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2011 Idaho State Soccer Media Guide History and Records

Table of Contents................................................................................................1

Laura Perez..............................................................................................Page 31

Idaho State Quick Facts....................................................................................2

Alishia Cairl..............................................................................................Page 32

Game Records................................................................................................... 60

About Idaho State..........................................................................................3-4

Carly Hutchings......................................................................................Page 33

Season Records................................................................................................ 61

Academic Services.............................................................................................5

Kiley Godfrey...........................................................................................Page 34

Career Records................................................................................................. 62

Athletic Training and Injury Prevention.....................................................6

Liv Zabka..................................................................................................Page 35

Goalkeeper Records....................................................................................... 63

Jared Allen Strength and Conditioning Center.......................................7

Tara Bice....................................................................................................Page 36

Miscellaneous Records.................................................................................. 64

Idaho State Soccer Tradition....................................................................8-10

Allyson Stainbrook................................................................................Page 37

Honors...........................................................................................................65-66

Davis Field.......................................................................................................... 11

Laura Benson/Lanie Ward..................................................................Page 38

All-Time Results..........................................................................................67-69

Lia Margolis/Mikaela Carrillo.............................................................Page 39

All-Time Series History.............................................................................70-73

Lexi Smith/Madeline Gochnour.......................................................Page 40

Governor’s Cup Results/All-Time Roster.................................................. 74

Head Coach Allison Gibson.......................................................................... 13

Amanda Ellsworth/Taylor McBride.................................................Page 41

ISU Coach Career Records............................................................................ 75

Coach Gibson’s Record at ISU................................................................14-15

Maria Dela Cruz/Mckenzie Adams..................................................Page 42

Assistant Coaches......................................................................................16-17

Allysa Kenney..........................................................................................Page 43

2011 Outlook 2011 Season Preview...............................................................................18-20 2011 Bengal Roster...................................................................................21-22

2011 Bengals Taylor Powell...........................................................................................Page 24 Alex Hansen.............................................................................................Page 25

Administration and Media

Bengal Life...............................................................................................Page 44

President............................................................................................................. 77

All-Time Jersey Numbers............................................................. Page 45-46

Director of Athletics........................................................................................ 78

2011 Opponents

Administration/Staff.................................................................................79-81 PAWS/S.A.A.C.................................................................................................... 82

Opponents...................................................................................................48-50

Notable ISU Alumni........................................................................................ 83

2011 ISU Soccer Schedule............................................................................ 51

Bengal Champions.......................................................................................... 84

2010 Review

Idaho State Ring of Honor............................................................................ 85 ISU Sports Hall of Fame................................................................................. 86

Megan Stainbrook................................................................................Page 26

2010 Review...................................................................................................... 53

Staff Directory................................................................................................... 87

Anna Pingree..........................................................................................Page 27

2010 Statistics................................................................................................... 54

Media Directory............................................................................................... 88

Ashley Jones............................................................................................Page 28

Big Sky Conference......................................................................................... 55

Media Information....................................................................................89-90

Rachel Strawn.........................................................................................Page 29

2010 Box Scores.........................................................................................56-58

Morgan Olson.........................................................................................Page 30

Credits The 2010 Idaho State University Soccer Media Guide was compiled and written by Katie Ware. Design and layout was by Ware using Adobe InDesign software. Permission is granted to quote, in whole or part, any material in this guide. The guide was edited by Ware. All photographs are credited to ISU Photographic Services unless otherwise noted.

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2011 Coaching Staff


Idaho State Soccer QuickFacts COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Allison Gibson (Sonoma State, 1995) Record at ISU: 36-45-13 (.452) - 6th Year Career Record: Same Phone: 208-282-2925 Email: gibsalli@isu.edu Assistant Coach: Stephanie Beall Phone: 208-282-4263 Email: bealstep@isu.edu Graduate Assistant Coach: Jessie Goodell Head Athletic Trainer: Jodi Wotowey

ISU QUICK FACTS

Founded: 1901 Location: Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment: 14,489 Nickname: Bengals Colors: Orange and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Sky Conference President: Dr. Arthur C. Vailas Athletic Director: Jeff Tingey Assoc. Athletic Director: Nancy Graziano Athletic Phone: 208-282-4668 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Dr. Scott Benson

Assistant Sports Info Director (Soccer Contact): Katie Ware Cell Phone: 208-406-3910 Office Phone: 208-282-3651 E-mail: zigakath@isu.edu Sports Information Director: Steve Schaack Cell Phone: 208-406-3570 Office Phone: 208-406-2621 Email: schaste4@isu.edu Web Site Address: www.isubengals.com FAX/PRESS BOX/TICKETS Athletic Department FAX 282-4063 Ticket Information 282-FANS

SOCCER HISTORY

First Year of Soccer: 1998 (13 years) Overall All-Time Record: 102-114-28 (.475) Conference All-Time Record: 42-44-12 (.499) NCAA Tournament History: Four appearances (2001, 2002, 2003, 2006) 2001-First Round 2002-First Round 2003-Second Round 2006-First Round Big Sky Tournament History: Six appearances (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009) 2000-First Round 2001-Tournament Champions 2002-Tournament Champions 2003-Tournament Champions 2006-Tournament Champions 2009-Championship Round

QUICK FACTS

Big Sky Regular Season Titles: Two (2002, 2006)

Why the Bengals?

How did Idaho State’s athletic teams become the Bengals, when there just aren’t any to be found in the region? A good question. Originally, when the school was the Academy of Idaho in 1902, the school’s athletic teams were dubbed “Bantams”, and it stayed that way until 1917, when J.A. Fogt became head football coach. Now Idaho Tech, the team’s nickname was changed to “Tigers”, in part due to Ralph Hutchinson, who was the Director of Physical Education and Athletics. Hutchinson was a graduate of Princeton (the Tigers), so he founded the school’s first booster club, the “I” Club, and brought the “Tiger” mascot with him. When the school became the University of Idaho-Southern Branch in 1927, the nickname switched to “Bengals”, although many newspaper and yearbook accounts refer to the team by both “Bengals” and “Tigers”. The freshman teams during this time suffered the unfortunate distinction of the nickname “Kittens”. As a branch of the University of Idaho, the school’s colors were black and gold, just like the Vandals, and although the official colors switched to black and orange sometime in the 1940s, the football team wore black jerseys with gold trim through the 60s. The squad also used red numerals for a while in the late 1940s, and the squads’ 1970 home jerseys were more red than orange. It wasn’t until 1971 that a truly orange jersey was used by the football team for the first time. The school’s official colors are black and orange (PMS 165), and the trim color is gold (PMS 137), a small remembrance to harken back to ISU’s rich history.

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SPORTS INFORMATION

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About Idaho State University This view of the quad was taken from the Pond Student Union Building, and it showcases the beauty of both Idaho State and Pocatello. The trees located in the center of the picture are part of ISU’s Arbor Walk, and the mountains that border Pocatello to the east majestically watch over the campus. Idaho State University is the state’s designated leader for education in the health professions and trains healthcare professionals in fields ranging from dental hygiene and dietetics to nursing, physical therapy and radiology, as well as offering a residency for physicians specializing in family practice.

In January 2011, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching announced that Idaho State University had received the prestigious classification of “research UniversityHigh status, a designation enjoyed by less than 5 percent of the nation’s more than 4,400 higher academic institutions. The designation is testament to the University’s ability to meet the growing demand for higher-education services by providing innovation and opportunity through more than 280 top-flight certificate and degree programs thru the colleges of Arts & Letters, Business, Education, Science & Engineering, Technology, Graduate School, and the Division of Health Sciences.

The columns on Red Hill are a Pocatello landmark. They are atop of Red Hill, which overlooks Davis Field, which is home to Idaho State’s track and soccer programs. The Main Entrance of the Rendezvous Center. every county in Idaho.

The clock tower is one of the newer additions to the Pond Student Union Building, which houses ISU’s official bookstore, several dining options, a game room, a billiards hall, and a bowling alley.

Current enrollment is 15,575 students with students attending the main campus in Pocatello as well as outreach centers in Idaho Falls, Twin Falls, Meridian-Boise, and Coeur d’Alene. ISU draws students from 48 states, 59 countries and

The Pocatello campus is a short distance from several prominent recreation areas, foremost among them Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, and Sun Valley. ISU students enjoy unrivaled outdoor activities, from skiing to backpacking, bicycling, river- running, and fishing in Idaho’s famous blueribbon trout streams.

The newest addition to the campus is the Rendezvous Center, which will house apartment-style student housing, a dining hall, and classrooms, and the building is seen as a bridge between the upper and lower campuses.

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The main campus is in the midst of a major renovation of the Pond Student Union. Construction is underway on a new, expanded food court to be completed by the end of Fall Semester. A more expansive variety of food options, including Einstein Bros. Bagels, Mandalay Express, as well as gourmet burgers from Grille Nation will help satisfy student appetites.

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ABOUT IDAHO STATE

The Idaho Accelerator Center at ISU’s research park allows for researchers and national laboratories to utilize special nuclear facilities.


The ISU Credit Union has just completed construction of a new high technology branch in the Pond Student Union to serve the University. This branch features a unique service philosophy, ‘dialogue banking’, that eliminates teller lines and allows members to actually see and participate in transactions on their account by working side by side with Credit Union team members.

ABOUT IDAHO STATE

Idaho State University prides itself on innovation and opportunity. The Veterans’ Sanctuary at ISU is the first transition and support program of its kind in the United States, providing first-class service to military veterans of all eras attending the University. A support team provides assistance with G.I. Bill benefits and offers guidance on campus from the moment student veterans arrive until they graduate. The “one-stop-shop” approach allows vets to access all campus services through a single office. The Veterans’ Sanctuary is ISU’s response to the urgent need for veterans’ services expressed by veterans’ groups throughout the country.

Homecoming gathering prior to the annual bonfire at Holt Arena.

The view from the ISU quad leading to the Pond Student Union Building.

One of the identifying marks of A panorama of the Idaho State University Campus including Holt Arena. the Idaho State University is the beauty of the physical campus and surrounding area. Thanks to the generosity of Jack and Mary Lois Wheatley, who have long supported scholarships at ISU, the campus is embarking on an aggressive beautification program, including landscaping improvements and new entrance signage. The L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center, a $34 million structure built primarily with private funding is one of the most acoustically perfect concert halls in the United States. This unique, a state-of-the art facility has three theatrical venues for presenting a variety of musical, dramatic and dance performances.

The Reed Gymnasium expansion in 2010 includes a brand new weight lifting facility.

The Stephens Performing Arts Center is the jewel of Southeast Idaho. Universally lauded for its design and acoustics, the building is the premiere concert hall in Idaho.

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The Swanson Arch is one of the oldest pieces of architecture on campus. Incoming freshmen enter the campus through the arch, and they exit after graduation. The arch is also on the official university seal for Idaho State.


Academic Services 2010 All-Big Sky Soccer Academic Honorees

Bengal Soccer All-Academic Honors

The Bengal soccer program had a record setting 12 Bengals named to the Big Sky 2010 All-Academic Team in 2010 by the conference office. Under Head Coach Allison Gibson 47 players have earned all-academic honors. The twelve Bengals named to the all-academic team include: Laura Benson, Andrea Beseris, Tara Bice, Alishia Cairl, Alex Hansen, Karissa Henage-Fisher, Lauren Ryan, Allyson Stainbrook, Megan Stainbrook, Rachel Strawn, Bailey Williams and Liv Zabka.

Idaho State Academic Services

Andrea Beseris

Tara Bice

Alishia Cairl

Undeclared

Undeclared

Undeclared

Undeclared

Alex Hansen

Lauren Ryan

Allyson Stainbrook

Secondary Education

Karissa Henage-Fisher

Sports Management

Undeclared

Megan Stainbrook

Rachel Strawn

Bailey Williams

Liv Zabka

Exercise Science

Early Childhood Education

Mass Communications

Undeclared

Health Education

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Nancy Graziano

Matt Steuart

Quinton Freeman

ACADEMIC SERVICES

Laura Benson

Every academic institution’s first responsibility is to prepare its students for the best opportunity to graduate with their fullest potential. Idaho State understands this responsibility very well and instituted the Student-Athlete Support Center for its student-athletes, to enable them to balance the time requirements for both academics and athletics with the ultimate goal of obtaining their degree. Under the direction of Nancy Graziano, and assisted by a strong and caring staff, the Student-Athlete Support Center provides a variety of services with that in mind. The center’s function begins even before a student-athlete sets foot on campus with transcript evaluation, and continues in helping the newcomer make the transition from high school or junior college to college. “When they arrive at ISU we want it to be a positive experience,” Graziano says. The Student-Athlete Support Center serves as a liaison for the student-athlete to all services available to the student population as a whole, including but not limited to career counseling, the counseling and testing office, the academic skills center, the registrar, financial aid, the placement office, postgraduate scholarships, and any other student services. The office also provides tutoring, helps the student-athlete stay on track for graduation and NCAA eligibility, provides advising on general education courses until a major course of study is selected, and helps with career choices with the idea in mind that a college education can be more meaningful when a career is decided on. The office also makes presentations on drug and alcohol awareness available to the studentathletes. “Even though our graduation rates are good, we are constantly striving to improve them,” Graziano says. “The creation of the Student-Athlete Support Center is a positive step in that improvement.” The refurbished Student-Athlete Support Center was dedicated in 2003 and is located on the south side of Holt Arena. As part of the refurbishment, student computers and additional space for academic counseling were added, bringing added benefits to the students. The department continues to grow, as in 2008, an expanded study center in Turner Hall was opened. The new center was funded with a $40,000 grant obtained by Matt Steuart from the NCAA. The new study area features over a dozen computer stations, a quiet room, and has available tutoring for the student-athletes.


Athletic Training and Injury Prevention IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY TEAM PHYSICIANS

(Offices located in the ISU Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center)

Dr. Aaron Altenberg Team Physician

Dr. Steven Coker Team Physician

INJURY PREVENTION

Dr. Sandra Hoffman

Dr. Vernon Esplin Team Physician

Team Physician

Dr. Chris Johnson Team Physician

Dr. M.R. Mickelson

Dr. Ken Newhouse

Team Physician

Team Physician

Idaho State Sports and Orthopaedic Center

Idaho State’s athletic facilities had already boasted of the first domed stadium capable of housing both football and basketball ever constructed on a college campus, as well as America’s fastest indoor board track. With the June 1994 opening of the Sports & Orthopaedic Center at ISU, they include the premier weight training facility in the Big Sky ­Conference. The 25,000-foot Center includes a 6,800-foot stateof-the-art weight training area that is reserved strictly for Idaho State’s student-athletes. The area has weight lifting stations, stationary bicycles, and aerobics equipment, as well as an on-site strength and conditioning coach. The Center also houses the offices of Drs. Tony Joseph, M.R. Mickelson, ISU’s team physician, Steve Coker, Kenneth E. Newhouse, the offices of The Pocatello Physical Therapy Clinic with physical therapists Ric Benedetti and Dan DesFosses, and an alumni, recruitment and educational center with meeting and classrooms. It was built at a cost of $2.5 million. The Center is a joint venture of ISU and the Portneuf Medical Center and was 14 months in construction. It is a major milestone for ISU in fulfilling its mission as the state’s lead in­stitution for health care education. It serves as an educational and training facility for health sciences students, faculty, area health care providers, and the community. The Center is beneficial for ISU’s student-athletes in numerous ways, aside from the enormous benefit of the area’s premier weight training facility being next door to Holt Arena. First and foremost, student-athletes have immediate access to physi­cians and therapists as well as the equipment used in treatment and rehabilitation. The Center was built at no cost to the public. The privately-financed structure will be leased to PMC and after the two 20-year land leases have expired, ownership is transferred back to Idaho State University.

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Jodi Wotowey Head Athletic Trainer 8th Season

Jodi Wotowey enters her fifth year as the head athletic trainer for Idaho State athletics. She enters her eighth season as an athletic trainer at Idaho State as well as with the ISU women’s basketball team. She oversees every sport at Idaho State. Before coming to Idaho State, Wotowey spent six years at Texas A&M University as an athletic trainer for the women’s soccer and softball programs. Wotowey then left Texas A&M to take a position at Texas Christian University, where she was the athletic trainer for the men’s and women’s soccer teams, as well as the baseball team. After three years at TCU, Wotowey then returned to Texas A&M to work with fall baseball, softball, volleyball, and football teams. Wotowey received a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis in athletic training at Saint Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City, Kansas. Wotowey also played volleyball for Saint Mary of the Plains College. She then received a master’s degree in exercise physiology and kinesiology at the University of Texas at Tyler. Wotwey was born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.


Jared Allen Strength and Conditioning Center

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach 7th Season

Mark Campbell has been a strength and conditioning coach for 23 years. He has 10 national certifications and has trained athletes of all ages and all sports. Coach Campbell played linebacker under coach Kyle Whittingham, was the defensive Player of the Year at Idaho State his senior year and tried out for the NFL and CFL. He started his career teaching, coaching and training in Hawaii at Punahou High School. While working at Punahou, Campbell started his first of two personal training companies. In addition, many of his high school clients have earned college scholarships. Campbell moved back to Pocatello in 1997 where he has coached at several schools in southeast Idaho. He joined Idaho State University in 2005. He became the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2007. His certifications are: CSCS,ACSM,ACE,AFAA,YMCA (5), and battling ropes certified.

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a good facility for our athletes to train. When I was in Pocatello last spring I started talking to Donna Hays about a project for the athletic department,” said Allen, who had his number retired on November 7, the day he was inducted into the ISU Sports Hall of Fame and the Ring of Honor. “I thought it would be awesome to update the weight room. I spend a lot of time working out and know how important it is for our athletes to have the best equipment available. Donna and I have been working out all of the details for the upgrade and I’m excited that we can announce that the plans are finalized and we are moving forward.” Mark Campbell, ISU’s strength and conditioning coach, feels that having not only a revamped weight room will be a source of pride for ISU’s athletes, but having some of the newest and best equipment will benefit everyone as well. “Because of the great generosity that Jared Allen has shown, we will be able to take our strength and conditioning program to another level. The quality and variety of the equipment we will be getting will allow all the athletes of all sports to benefit and improve their athletic performance,” said Campbell. As a player at Idaho State, Allen was twice named AllAmerica, including consensus first team honors in 2003, a year in which he broke the Idaho State single season and career sack records, leading the nation in sacks, tackles for loss, and forced fumbles. All was honored at the end of his senior season by being named the 2003 winner of the Buck Buchanan Award from the Sports Network as the I-AA Defensive Player of the Year. He has since gone on to star in the National Football League, first with the Kansas City Chiefs, and for the last two years with the Minnesota Vikings.

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Mark Campbell

The beginning of 2010 marked a new era in Idaho State’s ability to train and compete when Jared Allen donated $200,000 to renovate the ISU weight room. The newly remodeled center was named in honor of Allen and has been dubbed The Jared Allen Strength and Conditioning Center at the Idaho Orthopaedic and Sports Center. Allen’s contribution includes the replacement of all of the current strength and conditioning equipment, all-new rubber flooring, and a new paint job as well. Allen, who had his jersey retired along with earning Hall of Fame and Ring of Honor status in November of 2009, will have his retired jersey framed and hung in the Allen Center. . While Allen has contributed in the past, most notably with the purchase of ISU’s new football uniforms and the ISU football locker room renovation, this gives back not just to football, but to all programs at ISU. Idaho State has 15 varsity sports that compete in the Big Sky Conference or the Pacific Coast Softball Conference. The donation is the second-largest ever received by ISU athletics, behind only the donation of land valued at over $1 million in Driggs, Idaho by Sylvia Papenberg and her late husband Don which will go toward Miller Ranch Stadium (softball) and Papenfield Field, ISU’s outdoor practice field. The contribution does top the $150,000 donation for ISU’s new video board by the Idaho Potato Commission. The renovation of the “Jared Allen Strength & Conditioning Center” will begin in mid December, and it will be in full working order for the studentathlete’s spring semester of competition. The project is set to be completed on Sunday, January 10, 2010. “The weight room at Idaho Orthopaedic has always been


Idaho State Soccer Tradition

2009 Head Coach Allison helped Idaho State achieve its sixth winning season and its first season without a tie in school history with a 10-8 overall record ... Gibson earned her second Big Sky Coach of the Year Honor ... Idaho State captured a winning record during the non-conference season with a 6-5 run including highlight victories over Wyoming and Utah State, both on the road ... The Bengals held a four-game winning streak during the season overcoming Wyoming, Utah Valley, Utah State and Montana ...The Bengals captured its first victory over Wyoming in ISU history defeating the Cowgirls 2-1 on the road ... Idaho State opened Big Sky play with a dominate 3-1 victory over Montana at Davis Field where freshman Ashley Jones set the single-game all-time assists in a half record for Idaho State when she posted three assists in the first period ... Senior Annamarie Hofstetter set the Big Sky all-time career assists record with 23 when she assisted on ISU’s fourth goal in its 4-2 victory over Northern Arizona at Davis Field, she holds the Big Sky all-time assist record with 25 when she ended her career in 2009 ... The Bengals posted a 5-1 record at home overcoming Utah Valley, Montana, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado and Weber State ... Idaho State posted three shutouts during the season with a 1-0 victory over Utah State to end the non-conference season as well as a 2-0 win over Northern Colorado and a 4-0 sweep over Weber State to end the Big Sky season ... The Bengal defense was solid at home allowing just eight shots on goal at Davis Field ... Idaho State made its sixth Big Sky Tournament appearance advancing to the championship round where ISU fell 4-0 to Northern Arizona in Portland.

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First-year Head Coach Allison Gibson helps restore the Idaho State soccer tradition in Pocatello ... The Bengals non-conference schedule is highlighted by a sweep of Boise State and Idaho in Boise to claim the Governor’s Cup title in Boise ... Idaho’s Governor Risch even made a special stop in Pocatello to present the team the cup ... The Bengals tough non-conference schedule, which included stops at Brigham Young, Boise State, San Jose State, UC Davis, and Wyoming, helps the team prepare for the Big Sky season ... Bengals defeat Hor nets for Despite a tough overtime loss at home to Portland State to open first Big Sky title since 2003 league play, Idaho State bounces back to pick up five straight wins to clinch the Big Sky Conference regular season crown ... Gibson renews con Chantal Kim makes her senior season even more memorable fidence with a school-record three goals in the regular season home finale against Eastern Washington ... Kim becomes the first player in ISU history to record the hat trick ... ISU hosts the Big Sky inside Quick Hits Tournament for just the second time in team history, and wins the On tHe title in stellar fashion, advancing past Sacramento State in a penalty kick 4-3 ... ISU led #11 Utah 2-1 blOthriller, g www.idahostatejourna with 30 seconds remaining in the first-round NCAA College Cup match in Saltl.com Lake, but ends up dropping a heart-breaking 3-2 decision in double overtime ... Gibson is named Big Sky Coach of the Year. By Dan Thompso n

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POCATELLO — outplayed Saturday The Bengals were be an inferior team by what appeared to going in. The Hornets, however, proved one two things: Either Sacramento State of truly deserves its 4-3 conference record, Idaho State truly deserves or its 1-5 Big Sky mark. Both, perhaps, are true. Either way, it wasn’t game for most aspects even a mediocre team, and the same of the ISU football problems keep cropping up.

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Selection Show: Rushing Defense: POCATELLO — A+ traced the rapidly Lyndsay Gensler 1 p.m. today on ESPN News The Hornets ran with her eyes. She approaching ball knew yards. And not just for less than zero on the line. She knew the game was out.” the season was The Bengals’ front minus-5. Minus-20. hanging in the balance. Lucky for Gensler, seven She knew a much she didn’t get the pride of this team, continues to be berth in the NCAA say in and for that firstyear defensive line for grabs. She knewTournament was up slapped on the the matter. She was it was heading low back, jumped on deserves enormous coach Will Plemons and to the right. and praised for her credit. He began the clutch year with the most efforts that Reacting quickly, helped put Idaho inexperienced group she dove with State soccer back on the team and molded arms out, met the on the map. it into the most complete. Same whacked it away to ball in midair and After a two-year goes for linebacker hiatus, the Bencoach Stacy Collins ible 4-3 penalty-kic preserve an incred- gals are back and his all-America s k on top of the Big candidates in the middle. n mento State, Sunday victory over Sacra- and headed Sky to the NCAA Tournamen afternoon at Davis Field. Where they will go t. ISU goalie Lyndsay Journal photo by and who they will Special Teams: A But to Idaho State’s Bill Schaefer play won’t be announced Gensler makes State’s shot to send the final stop of until 1 p.m. er, that was the easy senior goalkeep- today on ESPN Sacramento her team to the News, but it doesn’t NCAA tourname All season, punter After practicing part. really matter who nt. Dan Zeidman Idaho State draws preached to himself that type of crucialall week for exactly this point. at In that regard, he “change the field.” confident she could situation, she was By downing had his most efficient pull off the three Sacramento State, day on amazing blocks Saturday, the Bengals completed averaging 56 yards By Dan Thompson she delivered at a dramatic midseapunt, including the end of the Big Sky Journal Sports Writer a personal-record per tournament’s cham- son turnaround that saw them improve care of themselves.” yarder. Granted, 82pionship game. But from a dreadful he got some friendly POCATELLO — So they did. Every bounces, but the results The to prepare herself she never bothered ence champion 4-7 record to a conferplayer on this soccer team exceeded even Idaho State soccer team said Allison for are what matter. that won seven of And Branden Jones its loftiest preseason followed her heroic the onslaught that final eight games. Gibson made them their expectations by winning passionate about soccer. bounce an onside sure knows how to Rising up from saves. the Big Sky Tour- — And They fought kick. nament on Sunday. practices, community not just games Davis Field, she saw the cold grass of goal losses, theythrough a series of oneservice and It is something all 21 of her teamsuffered while referees Coaching: Dits fellow fall Bengals’ es, too. With essentially the same classmates sprinting straight made questionab teams couldn’t do roster as last year’s 4-12-1 le calls against them at her in a mad on dash ready to congratula squad, Gibson led the and they made or the Reed Gym floors,the Holt Arena turf Bengals to an The NCAA well-deserved mugging. te her with a key moment it past every meaningful back-to-back timeouts Tournament berth a new catalyst at the and all it took was and, perhaps more of the last month. hurt. The two plays with just 10 men “It was unreal,” “We’ve been whole new attitude. top that affected a of the university, importantly to the rest climbing this mounwas just a miscommuon the field perhaps drew tournament’s MVP. said Gensler, the tain all year,” nication. But what “(After last season) ISU coach Allison More than 800 fans to Davis Field. about the goal line what to do because “I didn’t know said. “We’re Gibson ISU students, faculty, set to make a coaching we felt we needed parents and Pocatellans finally standing on Sac State’s zone — on third down inside change,” ISU Athletic ning at me. I didn’t everyone was run- it. It’s a great top of turned out to with no cornerbacks Director Paul Bubb feeling.” watch the Bengals want to get taken all to cover the two at game now; that’s said. “They love the on penalty kicks, defeat the Hornets, 4-3 See CHAMPS, B3 that’s a miscommu wide receivers? Now what I wanted to and players raved about nication. Also, why see. When they have that, the risk of a fumble run the other things take the support. and kneel the ball at end of the first half? the See GIBSON, B3

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five extra laps because of a late caution, and often so far ahead that he appeared was to be all by himself on the track. FORT WORTH, Texas Most of the action was (AP) — While the tense well behind him, where battles of NASCAR’s Jimmie Johnson quietly Chase for grabbed away the point the championship rage from Matt Kenseth by lead ATLANTA (AP) — With on, Tony 17 points with a second-placea trophy in hand, Adam Stewart is driving in a place finish. Stewart easily can now call Scott world of his own. straight victory and third raced away to his second was missing this his best year. His most consistent season in the eight Chase races only a PGA Tour victory, and so far this year. It just so happens that run that Sunday Scott took care of Stewin the final event, art’s world is way out “I thought capture the Tour Championship closing with a 4-under 66 to we had the perfect car in front of all day,” Stewart by three shots over Jim Furyk. all the drama. said. “It was just an unbelievable Scott turned the season day. I’ve been racing for 27 years and I can Having fun and driving mistake-free golf at East finale into a snoozer, playing count for Lake until it no longer mattered. wins — not a championship of times I’ve had a car like on my hands the number The 26-year-old that.” Australian — Stewart overpowered The race tightened up stroke lead, and he never made the turn with a threethe field Stewart the championship let anyone Sunday at Texas Motor , with get any closer. Johnson, Kenseth, Dale Speedway, His goal was to be in Earnhardt Jr., rookie Denny contention and he made this one look Hamlin and Kevin Harvick separated by just 105 points he accomplished that with nine top more often, and too easy: “Smoke” led almost with two races remaining. 10s, six of those 278 of 339 laps, including All of them finished among finishes no worse than third. the the top 12 Sunday. A: Hollie Christensen.

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2003 The Bengals finish with a 10-9-2 record, including a 4-2-0 mark in Big Sky play ... The team wins its third-straight Big Sky Conference Tournament title, defeating Montana 1-0 in the championship game in Ogden, Utah ... Idaho State then picks up its biggest win in team history, defeating 14th-ranked Utah in the first round of the NCAA College Cup ... After taking Utah to a 0-0 tie through two overtimes, Idaho State advanced past the Utes 5-4 on penalty kicks as Heather Hunt-Jones put in the deciding penalty kick after a Shannon Boyle save in goal for ISU ... The Bengals dropped a 2-0 decision to Brigham Young in the second round of the tournament ... Hunt-Jones led the Bengals with 14 points on the season, including three goals and eight assists ... Shawna Park led the team with five goals, while Boyle fronted the Bengals in goal with 97 saves ... Gordon Henderson was named the Big Sky Coach of the Year for a third time ... Hollie Christensen’s defensive efforts earned her the Big Sky Tournament MVP award ... Christensen was also named to the NSCA All-Region Team.

The Bengals earn the Big Sky title for the third straight year in 2003.

Idaho State wins 13 matches, the most in team history, finishing the season with a 13-7-1 overall record and a 5-1-0 mark in league play... ISU wins its first regular season Big Sky Conference title, and earns the rights to host the league tournament... The Bengals didn’t disappoint the hometown Pocatello crowd as Stacey Peterson scored the game-winning overtime goal in the 95th minute to help ISU defeat Portland State 1-0 in the championship game... Peterson finishes the season with a team-high 27 points, including 11 goals and five assists... The 27 points and 11 goals stand to this day as ISU all-time single season records... Peterson also had six game-winning goals during the season, which also stands as an ISU single season record... Shannon Boyle led ISU in goal with 79 saves... Brooke Alton was named the Big Sky Conference Defensive MVP and Boyle was named the Big Sky Tournament’s MVP. Idaho State posts back-to-back Big Sky Titles in 2002.

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2001 The Bengals cruise to an 11-7-2 overall record, including a 4-1-1 Big Sky mark ... The team makes its second appearance at the Big Sky Tournament, and defeats Montana 1-0 in the semifinal match, sending the team to its first-ever Big Sky Tournament Championship game ... ISU wins its first-ever Big Sky Conference title, defeating Weber State 1-0 in Ogden, Utah ... The win sends the Bengals to their first-ever NCAA College Cup, where they fall 5-0 to national powerhouse Portland ... Stacey Peterson tallies a team-best 16 points with seven goals and two assists ... Holly Emery leads the team in goal with 66 saves ... Head Coach Gordon Henderson was named the Big Sky’s Coach of the Year for a secondstraight year ... Brooke Alton was named the Big Sky Tournament MVP ... Alton also received NSCA All-Region Team honors.

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2000

Idaho State wins its first-ever Big Sky Tournament title in 2001.

Idaho State recorded its first winning record in school history with a 12-5-2 season ... The Bengals opened the season with a 3-3 double overtime time with Utah before posting a four-game wining streak including a sweep of Boise State and Idaho in the Governor’s Cup in which Idaho State hosted for the first time ... The Bengals opened its Big Sky season with a 2-1 overtime home victory defeating Weber State that snowballed into a three-game home winning streak including a 3-2 victory over Gonzaga and a 4-1 victory over UNLV, both ISU’s only victories over the programs ... The Bengals went on to post a 5-1-1 Big Sky record including solid victories over Northern Arizona in a 3-1 decision, Eastern Washington 3-0, Sacramento State 2-1 in double overtime and Portland State in a 4-1 decision ... The Bengals advanced to their first Big Sky Conference Tournament but fell in a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to Northern Arizona in Missoula ... Head Coach Gordon Henderson was named Big Sky Coach of the Year for his and Idaho State’s first honor.

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Davis Field DAVIS FIELD FAST FACTS

Ammenities include athletic offices, weight room, athletic training room, laundry facilities, public restrooms, snack bar, outdoor track, and locker rooms.

Seating Capacity: 4,000 Dimensions: 76’x118’ Average Soccer Crowds: Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Originally named the Spud Bowl and constructed in 1936 Davis Field was renamed after William E. “Bud” Davis, ISU President, 1965-1975. Davis Field is an outdoor stadium used for track and field events, intramurals, and the ISU womens soccer team. The field itself is very narrow at 76 feet wide and 118 feet long. The seating capacity is 4,000. The home for Bengal soccer since it’s inception in 1998, Davis Field has provided one of the best home field advantages in the region. In the summer of 2002, a new irrigation system was added. In 2009, the Bengals saw a newly decorated locker room with a new paint job complete with Bengal pawprints on the floor. In its 13 years at the facility, Idaho State has posted an impressive 58-24-15 record---a winning percentage of .675. In 2007, the Bengals posted the first undefeated home season in Idaho State history with a 6-0-2 record. In 2009, the Bengals remained undefeated in Big Sky Play with a 4-0-0 record, the team was 5-1-0 for the season at Davis Field. Davis Field played host to the Big Sky Conference Tournament in 2002 after ISU finished the season at home with an 8-1-0 record. The Bengals outscored their opponents 20-7 in setting the school record for home wins in a season in 2002. Idaho State also hosted the Big Sky Tournament in 2006. The home field advantage earned from the regular season helped the Bengals to their fourth Big Sky title. ISU enjoyed its highest attendance in its ten-year history in 2007, averaging 691 fans per game. The single game recordhigh of 1,540 saw ISU battle Sacramento State on Oct. 7, 2006 for the Championship Title. This season Idaho State hosts nine games at home in 2011. Among those coming to the “friendly confines” of Davis Field will be Northwest Nazarene, Nevada, Brigham Young, New Mexico State, Utah Valley, Weber State, Eastern Washington, Montana and Portland State. Brigham Young is making its first appearance at Davis Field under Head Coach Allison Gibson.

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DAVIS FIELD HISTORY

Avg. 350 371 401 318 408 238 399 440 679 691 364 429 466 428


Coaches and Season Outlook

COACHES/SEASON OUTLOOK

Head Coach Allison Gibson................................Page 13 Coach Gibson’s Record at ISU...................... Page 14-15 Assistant Coaches............................................ Page 16-17 Season Preview................................................ Page 18-20 2011 Roster........................................................ Page 21-22

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Allison Gibson Idaho State Head Coach Sonoma State, 1995 Sixth Season

2009, Idaho State’s sixth appearance in history, where three Bengals were named to the All-Tournament Team: Annamarie Hofstetter, Kacey Ball and Karissa Henage-Fisher. In 2009, Idaho State had three players named to All-Conference Teams, including freshman Ashley Jones who was named Big Sky Newcomer of the Year. Senior Hofstetter and junior Henage-Fisher earned First Team Honors while Jones earned Second Team. Four Bengals earned Honorable Mentions. In her first season with the Bengals in 2006, Gibson reestablished the soccer tradition at Idaho State, leading the Bengals to both a Big Sky Conference regular season title and a tournament championship. The tournament title earned the Bengals an automatic bid to the NCAA College Cup, where the team nearly upset the Big Sky Tournament championship. Over her career she has made Davis Field a huge home field 11th-ranked Utah on its home field, falling 3-2 in double overtime. advantage for the Bengals. Since 2006, Gibson has led the Bengals to Gibson earned her first Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year for her accomplishments during the 2006 season and had one of her players, a 22-8-7 record. Last season Gibson led the Bengals to a 6-11-2 overall record. Lyndsay Gensler, earn Big Sky Tournament MVP. Under Gibson’s direction, 16 Bengals have landed spots on During the 2009 season she led the Bengals to a 10-8-0 season record, her best overall record at Idaho State, as well as ISU’s first ever season the Big Sky All-Conference First and Second teams in addition to without a tie. Idaho State posted a 4-3-0 Big Sky record capturing 15 earning honorable mention honors. Eight Bengals have earned a perfect 4-0-0 record in league play at home on Davis Field. The places on the Big Sky All-Tournament team. She places emphasis on Bengals held its opponents to eight shots on goal at home and scored academic achievement and on her watch, 39 Bengals also received 13 goals at Davis Field including a 4-2 victory over Northern Arizona Big Sky All-Academic honors with a program record 12 athletes earning all-academic honors during the 2010 season. and a 4-0 victory over Weber State. During the 2007 season Gibson posted a 7-5-6 record. Gibson Gibson made her second Big Sky Tournament appearance in tied the record for the fewest losses in a season. Unfortunately a string of ties, that set the record for most tied games in a season, kept the Bengals from the Big Sky Conference tournament by one point. Gibson is the only coach in Idaho State history to have an undefeated home season in 2007 and posts the longest home undefeated streak in ISU history with 13 games from 2006-08. Gibson also serves the soccer community in numerous roles outside of college athletics. She served as the head coach of the U-17 Olympic Development Program team marking the seventh year that the coach has been involved in the program. Gibson came to Idaho State after a five-year stint as the top assistant at the University of San Francisco of the West Coast Conference, considered one of the nation’s best soccer conferences. While serving as an assistant for the Dons, Gibson also served as a head coach in the Region IV Olympic Development Program, for the past seven years. At USF, Gibson handled all matters of coaching, including practice planning, travel, scouting, recruiting and USF summer camps. She also developed a leadership workshop for student-athletes.

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USF’s best season was the 2004 campaign, where the Dons went 10-7-3 despite a schedule that included regional and national powerhouses such as the University of Portland and Utah. Gibson has definitely seen the best the nation has to offer, as in her last year San Francisco played the nation’s toughest schedule, facing 10 teams that qualified for the NCAA College Cup in 2005, including national champion Portland and North Carolina. Gibson is highly decorated as a player, leading Sonoma State University to a pair of NCAA College Cup appearances, including the Final Four in 1992, and a Final Eight appearance in 1993. She led the Cossacks to a pair of Northern California Athletic Conference championships, earning NCAC Player of the Year both in 1992 and 1993, while leading SSU to a 31-9 composite record. She also earned All-America honors both years from the National Soccer Coaches Association of American. In 2000, Gibson was inducted into Sonoma State’s Hall of Fame. She then became an assistant coach at SSU, helping the Cossacks to a 29-6-1 record over the next two seasons, and two more postseason trips. Ironically, SSU’s volunteer coach for the 1995 season was Gordon Henderson, who served as Idaho State very first head coach from 1998-2003. Gibson later went on to play professionally in Japan for three seasons with the Fujita Mercury before returning to the United States, where she worked as the Director of Coaching of the Youth Girls for the Colorado Rush Soccer Club in Denver. Gibson graduated from Sonoma State in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, and she earned her master’s in 2004 from the University of San Francisco in organization and leadership. She holds a United States Soccer Federation “A” coaching license.

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Allison Gibson enters her sixth season as the head coach at Idaho State University. Gibson was honored with her second coach of the year award during the 2009 season after leading Idaho State to a third place tie for the regular season and a second place finish in


Head Coach Allison Gibson’s Record at ISU Allison Gibson’s Coaching Record

Season 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Record 10-9-1 7-5-6 3-12-4 10-8-0 6-11-2 36-45-13

Pct. Big Sky .525 5-2-0 .556 2-2-3 .263 1-5-1 .556 4-3-0 .368 1-5-1 .452 13-17-5

Pct. .714 .500 .214 .571 .214 .443

BSC Finish 1st 5th 8th t3rd 8th ...

Home 4-3-0 6-0-2 2-2-3 5-1-0 5-2-2 22-8-7

Pct. .571 .875 .500 .833 .667 .689

Away 5-6-1 1-4-3 1-9-1 4-5-0 1-8-0 12-32-5

Pct. .458 .313 .136 .444 .111 .296

Neutral 1-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 2-5-1

Pct. 1.000 .250 .000 .333 .000 .313

Non-Conference 5-7-1 5-3-3 2-7-3 6-5-0 5-6-1 23-28-8

Pct. .423 .591 .292 .545 .458 .458

Honors Under Gibson Big Sky All-Conference 2010 Karissa Henage-Fisher (HM) Lauren Hough (HM) Megan Stainbrook (HM) 2009 Annamarie Hofstetter (First Team*) *Unanimous Selection

Karissa Henage-Fisher (First Team) Ashley Jones (Second Team) Christina Beseris (HM) Morgan Olson (HM) Lauren Hough (HM) Kacey Ball (HM)

COACHES

2008 Kilee Quigley (First Team) Karissa Henage (First Team) Annamarie Hofstetter (Second Team) Jana Davis-Boehler (HM) Bailey Williams (HM) 2007 Chelsea Cox (First Team) Kilee Quigley (First Team) Jill Christofferson (Second Team) Natalie Graham (Second Team) Maren Eves (HM) Lauren Hough (HM) Jana Boehler (HM)

2006 Jennifer Loo (First Team) Kilee Quigley (First Team) Lyndsay Gensler (Second Team) Jill Christofferson (Second Team) Chantal Kim (Second Team) Annamarie Hofstetter (Second Team) Natalie Graham (HM) Michelle Okumura (HM) Chelsea Cox (HM) Big Sky Tournament MVP 2006: Lyndsay Gensler Big Sky All-Tournament Team 2006 Lyndsay Gensler Natalie Graham Jill Christofferson Jennifer Loo Chantal Kim 2009 Annamarie Hofstetter Karissa Henage-Fisher Kacey Ball Big Sky All-Academic 2006 Kim Crosbie

Jenny Ford Annamarie Hofstetter Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo Kalie McGuire Tia Peterson-Burns Ali Zikratch 2007 Jana Boehler Jill Christofferson Kim Crosbie Jenny Ford Karissa Henage Annamarie Hofstetter Michelle Okumura 2008 Kacey Ball Jana Davis-Boehler Alex Hansen Karissa Henage Annamarie Hofstetter Ellen Larsen Katie Miller Lauren Ryan Megan Stainbrook Noelle Sanders Bailey Williams

2009 Kacey Ball Alishia Cairl Alex Hansen Karissa Henage-Fisher Annamarie Hofstetter Lauren Ryan Megan Stainbrook Rachel Strawn 2010 Laura Benson Andrea Beseris Tara Bice Alishia Cairl Alex Hansen Karissa Henage-Fisher Lauren Ryan Allyson Stainbrook Megan Stainbrook Rachel Strawn Bailey Williams Liv Zabka Academic All-District 2006 Tia Peterson-Burns Chantal Kim

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ESPN The Magazine 2007 Annamarie Hofstetter: Third Team Academic All-America District VIII 2008 Annamarie Hofstetter: Third Team Academic All-America District VIII 2009 Annamarie Hofstetter: First Team Academic All-America District VIII Big Sky Coach of the Year 2006: Allison Gibson 2009: Allison Gibson (three-way tie) Big Sky Newcomer of the Year 2009: Ashley Jones


* Big Sky Conference Game + Big Sky Conference Tournament < NCAA College Cup # Governor’s Cup $ UNLV Adidas Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) ~Idaho State Classic (Pocatello, Idaho) % Wolf Pack Invitational (Reno, Nev.)

AIR FORCE Overall: 2-0, Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0 ~ 09/23/07 H W 08/29/08 A W

COLLEGE OF IDAHO Overall: 1-0, Home: 1-0 08/27/10 H W

4-1

COLORADO COLLEGE Overall: 0-1, Away: 0-1 08/31/08 A L

1-2

EASTERN WASHINGTON Overall: 2-3-1, Home: 1-0-1, Away: 0-3, Neutral: 1-0 * 10/22/06 H W * 10/28/07 A L * 10/09/08 H T(2OT) * 10/11/09 A L + 11/06/09 N W * 10/15/10 A L

1-0 1-0

ARIZONA STATE Overall: 0-1, Neutral: 0-1 $ 08/31/07 N L

0-1

BOISE STATE Overall: 3-2, Home: 2-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-1 # 09/03/06 A W # 09/07/07 H W # 09/05/08 N L # 09/06/09 A L # 09/05/10 H W(OT)

1-0 5-2 1-2 1-2 1-0

BRIGHAM YOUNG Overall: 0-3, Away: 0-3 08/29/06 A L(OT) 09/13/08 A L No. 12 09/29/10 A L

1-2 0-2 0-4

CAL STATE FULLERTON Overall: 0-0-1, Neutral: 0-0-1 $ 09/02/07 N T(2OT)

1-1

5-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 0-2

GONZAGA Overall: 0-0-2, Home: 0-0-1, Away: 0-0-1 09/28/07 A T(2OT) 10/03/08 H T(2OT)

1-1 0-0

IDAHO Overall: 2-3, Home: 1-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 1-1 # 09/01/06 N W # 09/09/07 H W # 09/07/08 A L # 09/04/09 N L # 09/03/10 H L

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

LOYOLA CHICAGO Overall: 1-0, Away: 1-0 08/22/10 A W

2-1

MARQUETTE Overall: 0-1, Away: 0-1 No. 22 08/20/10 A L

0-5

MAINE Overall: 0-1, Home: 0-1 08/30/09 H L

0-2

MONTANA Overall: 3-2, Home: 2-0-0, Away: 1-2 * 10/19/06 A W * 10/26/07 H W * 10/12/08 A L * 10/08/09 H W * 10/17/10 A L

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

NEW MEXICO Overall: 0-1, Away: 0-1 08/21/09 A L

0-2

NEW MEXICO STATE Overall: 1-0, Away: 1-0 08/23/09 A W(2OT)

2-1

NORTHERN ARIZONA Overall: 2-2-2, Home: 1-0-2, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-1 * 10/13/06 A W(2OT) * 10/18/07 H T(2OT) * 10/19/08 A L * 10/15/09 H W + 11/08/09 N L * 10/07/10 H T

2-1 0-0 0-1 4-2 0-4 0-0

NORTHERN COLORADO Overall: 2-2-1, Home: 1-1-1, Away: 1-1, * 10/15/06 A W * 10/20/07 H T(2OT) * 10/17/08 A L * 10/17/09 H W * 10/09/10 H L

3-0 0-0 2-6 2-0 1-3

NEVADA Overall: 0-1, Away: 0-1 % 10/16/10 A L

0-2

PEPPERDINE Overall: 0-1, Away: 0-1 09/26/08 A L

0-6

PORTLAND STATE Overall: 0-5, Home: 0-2, Away: 0-3 * 10/05/06 H L(OT) * 10/12/07 A L * 10/25/08 H L * 10/23/09 A L * 10/24/10 A L

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

SACRAMENTO STATE Overall: 3-1-2, Home: 3-0-1, Away: 0-1-0 * 10/07/06 H W(2OT) + 11/05/06 H T(4-3 PKs) * 10/14/07 A T(2OT) * 10/23/08 H W * 10/25/09 A L * 10/21/10 H W

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

SAN DIEGO Overall: 0-1, Away: 0-1 No. 21 09/28/08 A L

0-6

SAN JOSE STATE Overall: 1-2, Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-1 09/08/06 A L 09/21/07 H W % 09/18/10 N L

1-2 2-1 1-4

SEATTLE Overall: 1-0, Home: 1-0 09/09/10 H W

2-1

SOUTHERN UTAH Overall: 4-0, Home: 2-0, Away: 2-0 08/27/06 H W 10/06/07 A W 08/28/09 A W 09/12/10 H W

6-1 7-1 2-1 4-3

UC DAVIS Overall: 0-2, Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1 09/10/06 A L ~ 09/19/08 H L

0-1 1-2

UTAH Overall: 0-3, Home: 0-1, Away: 0-2 09/22/06 H L < 11/09/06 A L(2OT) 09/14/07 A L(OT)

1-3 2-3 2-3

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UTAH STATE Overall: 2-2-1, Home: 1-1-1, Away: 1-1 08/25/06 H L 09/16/07 A L(OT) 08/22/08 H W(2OT) 10/01/09 A W 08/29/10 H T (2OT)

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

UTAH VALLEY (prev. UVSC) Overall: 2-1-1, Home: 1-0, Away: 1-1-1 09/30/06 A W 09/11/08 A T(2OT) 09/23/09 H W 09/23/10 A L

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

WASHINGTON STATE Overall: 0-0-1, Away: 0-0-1 No.18 09/30/07 A T(2OT)

1-1

WEBER STATE Overall: 3-3, Home: 3-0, Away: 0-3 * 10/28/06 A L(OT) + 11/03/06 H W * 11/03/07 H W * 11/01/08 A L * 10/31/09 H W * 10/29/10 A L

1-2 1-0 2-0 0-2 4-0 0-2

WYOMING Overall: 1-1-1, Home, 0-0-1, Away: 1-1-0 09/24/06 A L ~ 09/21/08 H T(2OT) 09/13/09 A W

0-1 1-1 2-1

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COACHES

Assistant Coach San Francisco, 2004 Second Season

Stephanie Beall begins her second season with Idaho State after being promoted to top assistant in July 2011. Beall works primarily with the goalkeepers and defensive line and is responsible for film, overall game preparation and running sessions. Beall, affectionally named “Kramer” for her wild hair, directed the Bengal goalkeepers who recorded 106 saves and four shutouts between two keepers in 2010. Working with Head Coach Allison Gibson was not a new experience for Beall as she helped coach at the Idaho State soccer camps for the last three years. The goalkeeper coach comes to ISU having attained three years of Division I coaching experience. Beall spent the last two seasons working as an assistant coach with the University of Idaho. At Idaho, she helped train goalkeepers as well help with recruiting duties, film review, film breakdown and highlight videos. She also helped plan and organize youth and High School camps. In 2009, she helped Idaho keeper Liz Boyden post an 8-8-0 record with three shutouts. Boyden also received All-Academic Honors. During her time with the Idaho Beall also served as the Head Coach of the Moscow United Soccer Club for U-12 girls for the 2009 season. She also worked as a goalkeeper coach for the University of San Francisco’s soccer team during the 2006 season. Prior to the goalkeeping coach position Beall worked as a USF women’s soccer camp assistant director which involved assisting the director in planning daily schedules, overseeing daily camp activities, training an advanced group session and various other administratice duties. At that time she also served as the Head Coach for the Navato Youth Soccer League for U-9 and U-10 girls. Beall collected her playing experience at San Francisco as a goalkeeper for The Dons from 2000-04. During her career she recorded a 21-6 record including 13 shutouts. She holds the record for most minutes played in a single season as well as the most wins in a season in 2004. She was named team captain as a senior and earned the Green and Gold Club Loyalty Award. She also assisted the strength coach during her senior season. She continued her personal fitness training by working as a club manager at the Fit-Lite by 24 Hour Fitness where she did personal traiing and supervised general club operations. She later went on to work as a personal trainer for the Koi Fitness Systems providing outdoor group fitness training. She designed training sessions for individuals as well as groups of 25 people. Beall holds a National “C” License from the United States Soccer Federation. She earned a B.A. in Exercise and Sports Science from San Francisco in 2004. She went on to earn an M.S. in Leadership in Recreation and Physical Activity from Idaho in 2010.

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Jessie Goodell Graduate Assistant Coach Oregon, 2009 First Season

Jessie Goodell begins her first season as a graduate assistant with Idaho State. She comes to the Bengals after serving as an undergraduate coach at the University of Oregon during the 2009 season where she mentored and advised players as well as worked with the alumni program. Prior to helping out with the soccer program at Oregon in the fall she worked as an assistant coach at the Eugene Metro Futball Club in the spring of 2009. There she facilitated team practiced by organizing drills, planning the practice schedule and training the athletes. During the summers of 2006-09, Goodell worked as a summer soccer camp coach at Oregon, Nebraska and Fort Lewis College where she instructed athletes and helped improve their technical skills.

Among her hobbies she enjoys SCUBA diving and earned an Advanced PADI certification level from Advanced Open Water to Dive Master when she worked at Blue Seasons in Bali, Indonesia in the summer of 2010.

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Goodell comes from a strong player background as well. She competed for Nebraska for two years before transferring to Oregon where she became a team captain her senior season in 2008. She earned all-academic honors with the Pac-10 and the Big 12 during her career.


2011 Season Preview

SEASON PREVIEW

Speed is the word being used to describe Idaho State’s 2011 soccer program. The Bengals will be playing a traditional 4-3-3 system but with a few tweaks lending itself to be more offensive-minded. “This offense will give our players more freedom on the offensive side of the ball,” said Head Coach Allison Gibson. FORWARDS It is a good time for the Bengals to push their forward line-up as ISU returns four well established players and brings in three freshmen. Idaho State’s returning forwards Taylor Powell, Rachel Strawn, Kiley Godfrey and Laura Perez scored a combined nine goals and had nine assists last season alone. “It’s the most excited I have been for this group in a long time. Tons of speed and a lot of experience,” said Gibson about her forwards. “I am really excited. We have key players in key positions on the forward line. We play with speed on outside and hold strong in the middle. I think it’s going to be a really strong group. There is a lot of depth at this position” Powell, ISU’s lone senior forward, is a speed demon on the field. However, due to previous injuries she will be seen as a blast of energy into the game instead of a 90 minute player. “She’s that player that we’re just going to try and get on the field as much as we can. Her experience, her drive, her passion, her commitment is all in the right place,” said Gibson. “We are just going to try and keep her healthy as best we can. We are looking to get 20-25 minutes a half from her. What she can bring in that short period of time is lethal.” Coach Gibson likened Powell to that of an Alex Morgan from the U.S. World Cup Team stating that the professional athlete did a tremendous job for the World Cup team coming off the bench because she knew her role. “(Morgan) was okay with not being a starter. She knew coming off the bench she was going to surprise people and that’s what we’d like her (Powell) to do.” The quick and speedy player can also be found in junior Rachel Strawn who has scored four goals and posted nine assists over her career. During the 2011 spring session Strawn worked even harder on finishing and led the Bengals with three goals.

“We’re going to look for her to score goals plain and simple,” said Gibson. “We’re developing her into a 90 minute player. We are going to get her fitness up so she can blow by people more and more. She’s got that great gift of speed and it’s really about taking those players on, getting services and getting herself to the box and getting her shots off.” The Bengals also return its leading scorer in the forward position with sophomore Kiley Godfrey. Godfrey scored three goals, tying midfielder Ashley Jones last season. However, Godfrey also posted two assists. Her game continues to get better as shown during the spring season. “I think Kiley came into her own this spring. I think she was still learning how to balance a lot of things last year as far as a new college environment, academics, and the whole transition. I think she has figured that out so when it comes time for soccer she can really focus on soccer,” said Gibson. The Bengals knows when Kiley is ready to pounce she can be deadly and they are looking to use her strengths in their offense. “For her we will look for her to get into the box. If we can get her runs off the ball in the right place at the right time we are going to find her a lot behind defenses and just release her and show her the green light is on for her to go to the goal.” Finally, the Bengals return steady standout Laura Perez. The junior has become a consistent player on the field gaining experience year after year playing the tough back-to-goal position. “She has come a long way from her freshman year,” said Gibson about Perez. “She’s learning how to distribute balls and drop balls and how to spin and get out. We will look for her to get on the end of more crosses. We’re going to look for her to really battle in there.” With four strong experienced forwards, the Bengals will only be added in strength by the incoming freshmen Taylor McBride, Amanda Ellsworth and Mckenzie Adams. McBride and Adams are expected to compete at the left and right wing positions while Ellsworth looks to share time with Perez. Idaho State’s emphasis for the season is being the best role player they can be; for each player to know their job or

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role in the team system and compete to their best ability. “We are going to work a lot on making sure everyone knows their role in our system and that everyone knows our system. This is your job and you show up and do your job well there is a reward,” said Gibson. “I as a coach have to make sure that everyone knows their role from an individual standpoint and as a team. If you don’t then we come in here and we work through it until you are up to speed,” said Gibson. “We need to hold each other accountable every day whether it is on the field, in the classroom, or off the field. We all know what piece we hold in this huge puzzle.” MIDFIELDERS One of the positions where your strongest players, both physically and mentally, need to be in the center of your operation is the midfield. Overall, the midfield is about winning and tackling balls defensively and being the overall quarterbacks of the team by distributing the ball when in possession to push an attack. The Bengals return five players to the midfield including 2009 Big Sky Newcomer of the Year Ashley Jones. Jones, a junior, is joined by seniors Alex Hansen and Anna Pingree as well as sophomore Allyson Stainbrook and Laura Benson. ISU also welcomes two freshmen midfielders: Madeline Gochnour and Alyssa Kenney. Idaho State’s midfield will be filled with solid experience and some youth giving Gibson the ability to see growing opportunities for the players. Overall, she sees a stronger combination in the midfield. “With Alex, Ping (Anna Pingree) and A.J. (Ashley Jones) being a junior I think we have some good veteran players in there who understand our system and understand what we are asking of our players. I think the veterans will help the new players develop into those roles,” said Gibson. Jones, Idaho State’s top scorer for the last two seasons is holding down the midfield for the Bengals. “I think if she comes in with the mindset that she wants to be a 90 minute impact player that’s exactly what she can be. She has the ability,” said Gibson of Jones. “I trust that she’s

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going to come in and have a huge year and be a big impact for us. I’m going to lean on her a lot especially in that midfield and be the leader of that whole group.” Throughout her career, Jones has scored eight goals and has had five assists. In her freshman season, she set the school record for assists in a half when she had three against Montana in the first period. Already she holds the third best points per game career record average at 61.8 percent. “She is a great person that she has that type of personality that she can step in and be a leader on the field. She has what it takes to back her up to ask people to do what she’s doing,” said Gibson. Another junior midfielder for the Bengals is Pingree who has competed in the Big Sky under Montana and Idaho State. Last season she played in 14 games as she learned the Bengals system and really developed throughout the year. “She has the right mindset. She wants to be a big player on this team and have a big role. She has put in a lot of hard work this summer. When she plays in the right mindset she is one of the best players in this conference there is no question,” said Gibson of Pingree. “When she finds her zone that kid is unbelievable.” Sophomores Benson and Allyson Stainbrook carry a year of experience into the new season. Benson played in all 19 of ISU’s games while Allyson Stainbrook competed in 16 last season. “That kid is all heart and soul. She leaves absolutely everything on the field,” said Gibson of Benson. “I think she is a player that when she comes in she can step the game up or really hold the level of the game at where it is. She just brings that heart and passion mentality and I love that about her. “With Allyson she has played well in spurts so we are looking for more consistency out of her,” said Gibson. “I think she will benefit from shedding the freshman butterflies and identifying herself with her teammates as I’m here to play now. I think once she knows her role and is ready to execute it she will do a really good job. “Those guys have a big role especially with playing three in the midfield,” said Gibson. “We’re excited for the players we have there and for the depth we have in that position. It will help challenge players to step into that role. Competition

breeds success and there is going to be a lot of camaraderie On the outside back position Megan Stainbrook will not in that role because they have such a big part of making us only be a defensive rock but an offensive threat at the senior successful.” will have the freedom to move up the field. Her heart and As speed is the defining word for the Idaho State determination will serve her as an overall leader of the team. women’s soccer forwards; communication is the essential “She is one of those players that if you literally cut them word for the Bengal backline. open you would just see orange and black,” said Gibson of Megan Stainbrook. “I know that’s a corny statement but that DEFENDERS kid has given her heart and soul to this program. She would lay “I think our defensive line and our goal keepers are going down her life for this team. She would be the kid that brides to be a partnership. They are going to be the most important the gap, lays herself down so that you could walk to the other on our team. They have to work hard together and be on the side. She is a leader through and through. She wants nothing same page all the time. Our defense and goalkeepers can more than this team to succeed.” solve a lot of their problems through communication. That is Alishia Cairl, played in all 19 games for the Bengals and going to be the critical piece for us,” said Gibson. was the first player to score a goal for the Bengals last season The Bengals will have plenty of players to choose in ISU’s 2-1 victory over Loyola Chicago on the road. from at defender positions as ISU has five returners: Megan “If you could bottle what she has I could be rich. She has Stainbrook, Morgan Olson, Alishia Cairl, Liv Zabka and Tara everything you want in a kid,” said Gibson of Cairl. “She’s got Bice. ISU also has three newcomers including Lia Margolis the drive, the passion, the work ethic, the work grade, she who competed with ISU in the last spring session along puts in the time. She does everything you want her to do. I with sophomore transfer Lanie Ward from New Mexico and think she has the ability to make an impact she just needs to freshman Mikaela Carrillo. find the consistency in her game to translate all the special Gibson already has an idea of who she thinks will fill the qualities into becoming a great player. I think she is getting outside back positions and one of the center back spots in closer and closer to that.” the 4-3-3 system. Liv Zabka and Tara Bice both competed in 15 games for “We are going to look for Morgan (Olson) to really step the Bengals as freshmen. Bice scored her first goal as a Bengal up into a leadership role. Keep everyone on task and being on a header off a cross in ISU’s 4-1 victory over the College of preventative. We are going to have some youth back their Idaho. Both players look to increase their time on the field. but I think that the leadership of Morgan and Smalls (Megan Another player fans could almost call a returner but Stainbrook) in the back line it’s going to be big. The middle has never played for Idaho State during the regular season back opposite Morgan is the one position I’m really going to is sophomore transfer Lia Margolis. Margolis transferred to need to sort out. I have ideas but I don’t have anyone set in ISU from Oregon State and played with the Bengals in the that position yet.” spring. Olson, a 2009 Big Sky all-conference honorable mention, “I think Lia has shown to be a tremendous player for us will hold down the center back position. Gibson is looking to in the spring. She was a huge get for us from Oregon State,” the junior to step up her leadership role on the squad. said Gibson. “Her ability to come out of the back has been “She’s got to step up and be a leader, make herself as big tremendous. She comes with a ton of experience. She stepped as possible on the line and in our team. ” said Gibson. “She has in this spring and was a breath of fresh air for this team. She the respect of her teammates and she is playing the biggest is maybe the fittest player on the team and she takes great leadership position, center back, but I think she has the right pride in that.” mindset. She has a phenomenal attitude. We’re going to build The Bengals backline contains heart and talent which holds the key to a successful combination. The only piece on her passion, her attitude and her leadership.”

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2011 Season Preview


2011 Season Preview

SEASON PREVIEW

left for the Bengals not just as defenders, but as a team, is to communicate the direction they wish to go and move there in unison. “I think talent wise we have what it takes; I think it’s just making sure we are all headed in the right direction on the same day,” said Gibson. “If we can do that, be on the same page, being accountable for one another, being in this together, going in that direction. If we can take everything we have and move forward in the same direction together I love our chances.” GOALKEEPERS Idaho State’s final line of defense is wide open. The goalkeeper position is wide open to the best keeper on the team and Gibson is keeping her eyes open for which player that will be in 2011. “What’s great about our goalkeeper situation is it is wide open. If anyone had an advantage it would be Carly (Hutchings) because she has a year under her belt and the rest are freshman,” said Gibson. “Maybe on paper it’s Carly who gets the starting nod, but it’s still how did they train, how do they come in, how they work with the backline, are they directing things: all things I’m going to have my eyes wide open for in the preseason to make sure our goalkeepers are spot on for what our system is calling for.” Carly Hutchings the only returning keeper from last season played 483:23 minutes for the Bengals as a freshman. She made 29 saves and posted a 1-3-0 record earning a shutout against Sacramento State in ISU’s 1-0 victory over the Hornets. She allowed just nine goals holding a 1.68 goals against average. “I think Carly comes in with a little bit of experience, especially this spring she was able to get a lot of minutes under her belt. She always works hard,” said Gibson. The two freshmen joining the Bengals are Lexi Smith and Maria Dela Cruz. Smith is a 5’10” keeper from Jordan High School and was a member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) for five years. She joins sophomore midfielder Laura Benson as the tallest players on the Bengal team. “Lexi brings good size and good experience. I think she will come in strong and fit and ready to challenge for the

keeper position,” said Gibson. “She has a great deal of youth experience and is primed and ready to make the jump to college soccer. She will compete right away for time in goal.” Dela Cruz is on the shorter end of the height spectrum. Standing at 5’4” and coming to ISU from Granite Bay High School her size is nothing to be nervous about. “Maria is a little bit smaller of a goal keeper, but like her coach said if she was one to two inches taller she would have been gone two years ago,” said Gibson. “However, she has great athleticism and covers the entire goal. She has strengths that some other goalkeepers don’t, such as she’s willing to go right into traffic to get a ball, these are some strengths that maybe a bigger keeper doesn’t have.” As a team, Gibson is pleased with the experience her returners bring to the table and believes they will teach the newcomers the 4-3-3 system her program has put into place effectively. Learning curve aside Gibson expects her players to compete and win every single game. “My goal for this team is to win every single game. We are not in a game unless we are there to win it. We are going to do everything we can to prepare for that,” said Gibson. “We are going to make sure we are at the top of all the components necessary to win. “Our focus is to be able and willing to step in and compete and win every single game one at a time. Not looking forward, not looking backward; working on right now. That’s what I’m looking forward to with this team. Do right now, the right way. Everything else will take care of itself.”

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2011 Bengal Numerical Roster Name Maria Dela Cruz Carly Hutchings-Maloney Alex Hansen Taylor Powell Anna Pingree Liv Zabka Megan Stainbrook Laura Perez Lanie Ward Taylor McBride Amanda Ellsworth Ashley Jones Allyson Stainbrook Madeline Gochnour Mikaela Carrillo Tara Bice Rachel Strawn Mckenzie Adams Morgan Olson Kiley Godfrey Allyssa Kenney Lexi Smith Lia Margolis Alishia Cairl Laura Benson

Nickname Tay Ping Smalls A.J. Ally Mo A.C.

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

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Tara Bice: “rhymes with rice”

Lia Margolis: Lee-uh Mar-GO-lis

Alishia Cairl: Carol

Anna Pingree: PIN-gree

Mikaela Carrillo: Mih-KAY-la Car-REE-yo

Lanie Ward: Lane-EE

Maria Dela Cruz: DEL-lah Cruise

Liv Zabka: Zahb-kuh

Madeline Gochnour: GOCK-nuhr

Ht. 5-4 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-2 5-4 5-3 5-5 5-6 5-10 5-4 5-2 5-10

Cl. FR SO SR SR JR SO SR JR SO FR FR JR SO FR FR SO JR FR JR SO FR FR SO JR SO

Exp. HS 1VL 3VL 3VL 1VL 1VL 3VL 2VL TR HS HS 2VL 1VL HS HS 1VL 2VL HS 2VL 1VL HS HS TR 2VL 1VL

Hometown (HS/Previous School) Roseville, Calif. (Granite Bay HS) Centerville, Utah (Viewmont HS) Wellsville, Utah (Mountain Crest HS) Davis, Calif. (Davis HS) Boise, Idaho (Walla Walla CC/Montana/Timberline HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (Skyline HS) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham HS) North Las Vegas, Nev. (Cheyenne HS) Sandy, Utah (Waterford HS) Logan, Utah (Mountain Crest HS) Roseville, Calif. (Roseville HS) Draper, Utah (Alta HS) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (East HS) San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS) Broomfield, Colo. (Legacy HS) Roy, Utah (Roy HS) Orem, Utah (Timpanogos HS) Logan, Utah (Logan HS) Seal Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos HS) Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon HS) Riverton, Utah (Jordan HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (Oregon State/Park City HS) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) Sandy, Utah (Skyline HS)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION

Goalkeepers (3) - Dela Cruz, HutchingsMaloney, Smith

Forwards (6) - Adams, Ellsworth, Godfrey, Perez, Powell, Strawn

Defenders (9) - Bice, Cairl, Carrillo, Margolis, McBride, Olson, Megan Stainbrook, Ward, Zabka

Midfielders (7) - Benson, Gochnour, Hansen, Jones, Kenney, Pingree, Allyson Stainbrook

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No. 00 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28


2011 Bengal Alphabetical Roster No. 19 28 17 25 6 00 11 15 21 3 1 12 22 24 10 20 8 5 4 23 14 7 18 9 6

Name Mckenzie Adams Laura Benson Tara Bice Alishia Cairl Mikaela Carrillo Maria Dela Cruz Amanda Ellsworth Madeline Gochnour Kiley Godfrey Alex Hansen Carly Hutchings-Maloney Ashley Jones Allyssa Kenney Lia Margolis Taylor McBride Morgan Olson Laura Perez Anna Pingree Taylor Powell Lexi Smith Allyson Stainbrook Megan Stainbrook Rachel Strawn Lanie Ward Liv Zabka

Nickname A.C. A.J. Mo Ping Tay Ally Smalls

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

Ht. 5-4 5-10 5-5 5-2 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-3 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-10 5-7 5-6 5-2 5-8 5-7

Cl. FR SO SO JR FR FR FR FR SO SR SO JR FR SO FR JR JR JR SR FR SO SR JR SO SO

Exp. HS 1VL 1VL 2VL HS HS HS HS 1VL 3VL 1VL 2VL HS TR HS 2VL 2VL 1VL 3VL HS 1VL 3VL 2VL TR 1VL

Hometown (HS/Previous School) Orem, Utah (Timpanogos HS) Sandy, Utah (Skyline HS) Broomfield, Colo. (Legacy HS) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS) Roseville, Calif. (Granite Bay HS) Roseville, Calif. (Roseville HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (East HS) Seal Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos HS) Wellsville, Utah (Mountain Crest HS) Centerville, Utah (Viewmont HS) Draper, Utah (Alta HS) Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (Oregon State/Park City HS) Logan, Utah (Mountain Crest HS) Logan, Utah (Logan HS) North Las Vegas, Nev. (Cheyenne HS) Boise, Idaho (Walla Walla CC/Montana/Timberline HS) Davis, Calif. (Davis HS) Riverton, Utah (Jordan HS) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham HS) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham HS) Roy, Utah (Roy HS) Sandy, Utah (Waterford HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (Skyline HS)

ROSTER

Bengal Roster Breakdown BY CLASS

BY STATE

BY HEIGHT

Freshman (8) - Adams, Carrillo, Dela Cruz, Ellsworth, Gochnour, Kenney, McBride, Smith Sophomore (8) - Benson, Bice, Godfrey, Hutchings-Maloney, Margolis, Allyson Stainbrook, Ward, Zabka Junior (6) - Cairl, Jones, Olson, Perez, Pingree, Strawn Senior (3) - Hansen, Powell, Megan Stainbrook

California (6) - Dela Cruz, Carrillo, Ellsworth, Godfrey, Kenney, Powell Colorado (1) - Bice Idaho (2) - Cairl, Pingree Nevada (1) - Perez Utah (15) - Adams, Benson, Gouchnour, Hansen, HutchingsMaloney, Jones, McBride, Margolis, Olson, Smith, Strawn, Allyson Stainbrook, Megan Stainbrook, Ward, Zabka

5-2 (2) - Cairl, Strawn 5-3 (2) - McBride, Olson 5-4 (4) - Adams, Dela Cruz, Margolis, Powell 5-5 (2) - Bice, Godfrey 5-6 (2) - Kenney, Megan Stainbrook 5-7 (4) - Hutchings-Maloney, Gochnour, Allyson Stainbrook, Zabka 5-8 (7) - Carrillo, Ellsworth, Hansen, Jones, Pingree, Perez, Ward 5-10 (2) - Benson, Smith

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Taylor Powell............................................................Page 24 Alex Hansen..............................................................Page 25 Megan Stainbrook.................................................Page 26 Anna Pingree...........................................................Page 27 Ashley Jones.............................................................Page 28 Rachel Strawn..........................................................Page 29 Morgan Olson..........................................................Page 30 Laura Perez...............................................................Page 31 Alishia Cairl...............................................................Page 32 Carly Hutchings-Maloney....................................Page 33 Kiley Godfrey............................................................Page 34 Liv Zabka...................................................................Page 35 Tara Bice.....................................................................Page 36 Allyson Stainbrook.................................................Page 37 Laura Benson/Lanie Ward...................................Page 38 Lia Margolis/Mikaela Carrillo..............................Page 39 Lexi Smith/Madeline Gochnour........................Page 40 Amanda Ellsworth/Taylor McBride..................Page 41 Maria Dela Cruz/Mckenzie Adams...................Page 42 Allysa Kenney...........................................................Page 43 Bengal Life................................................................Page 44 All-Time Jersey Numbers.............................. Page 45-46

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MEET THE BENGALS

Meet the Bengals


Taylor Powell Senior • Forward • 5-4 Davis, Calif. • Davis HS Exercise Science

Career Statistics for Taylor Powell

Year 2007 2008 2010 Totals

GP-GS 14-2 15-9 19-13 48-24

Idaho State: (2010) Started in 13 of her 19 games played ... Scored two goals earning four points for the year ... had 16 shots with six on goal ... had a shot on goal percentage of .400 and a shot percentage of .133 ... scored the game-winning goal, her first, at Loyola Chicago in ISU’s 2-1 victory (8/22) ... scored a goal in the 4-3 win over Southern Utah (8/12). (2009) Redshirted due to injury. (2008) Started in nine of the 15 games she played ... opened her season assisting a goal in the 2-1 win over Utah State (8/22) at home ... made two goals over the season ... made a goal against Boise State (9/5) at the 29:11 mark ... made the game-tying goal against Eastern Washington (10/9) at the 87:20 mark ... had eight games where she unleashed at least one shot with four games where she had two ... had 12 shots during the season with seven on goal for a .583 shots on goal percentage.

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(2007) Powell started two of the 14 games she played ... made a goal against Southern Utah (10/6) at 78:58 in the game and was assisted by teammate Jenny Ford ... Powell earned a point for her assist to Kilee Quigley against Weber State (11/3) in the final match of the season ... made three shot attempts in the season. High School: Was the starting varsity forward for Davis Senior High ... received All-League honors as both a sophomore and junior ... helped team to back-to-back Monticello-Empire League titles ... received AllTournament honors at the 2006 St. Mary’s Tournament ... recorded 22 goals with 20 assists as a junior ... Helped club team to the two premiere league titles ... also won the 2005 regional and made it to the finals in 2006. Personal: Parents are Dean and Laura Powell ... has two sisters, Camille and Victoria ... majoring in exercise science ... full name is Emily Taylor Powell ... also enjoys playing the piano.

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Shots 3 12 15 30

SOG 2 7 6 15

Goals 1 2 2 5

Asst 1 1 0 2

Pts 3 5 4 12

GW 0 0 1 1


Alex Hansen

Senior • Forward • 5-8 Wellsville, Utah • Mountain Crest HS Secondary Education

Career Statistics for Alex Hansen

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 19-11 18-10 17-4 54-25

Shots 14 17 7 38

SOG 3 4 2 9

Goals 0 0 0 0

Asst 1 1 1 3

Pts 1 1 1 3

GW 0 0 0 0

Idaho State: (2010) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors ... played in 17 games and started in four ... had seven shots with two on goal for a shot on goal percentage of .286 ... had one assist in the 4-3 win over Southern Utah (9/12) at Davis Field ... recorded two shots against Idaho (9/3) and at Montana (10/17). (2009) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors … played in all 18 games for the Bengals, started in 10 contests … made an assist on the game-winning goal of Idaho State’s 2-1 victory over Eastern Washington in the semifinals of the Big Sky Conference tournament (11/6) … posted a season-high three shots twice, the first at New Mexico State (8/23) and again at Eastern Washington (10/11) … posted a season-high two shots on goal against Northern Colorado (10/17) in ISU’s 2-0 victory … recorded 17 shots with four on goal for a .235 shots on goal percentage for the season.

High School: Lettered in both soccer and basketball at Mountain Crest High School ... was her team’s offensive MVP as a senior ... was an Honorable Mention All-State pick by The Deseret News ... recorded eight goals and seven assists for 23 points, second on Mountain Crest’s team, as the Mustangs went 9-6-2 during her senior year ... was named First Team All-Valley ... helped Mountain Crest to three 4A state playoff appearances in both soccer and basketball ... won a region basketball title in 2007. Personal: Parents are Tom and Sheri Hansen ... birthday is September 12, 1989 ... majoring in secondary education ... full name is Alexandria Hansen ... father Tom was an outside linebacker for Utah State.

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MEET THE BENGALS

(2008) Played in all 19 games for the Bengals and started in 11 as a freshman ... earned All-Academic Honors ... made an assist in her first contest as a Bengal using her flip-throw to inbound the ball for the game-winning goal in the 2-1 defeat of Utah State (8/22) in Idaho State’s season opener ... posted 14 shots during the season with a streak of at least one shot each game for five straight contests ... had three on goal shots for a .214 shots on goal percentage for the season.


Megan Stainbrook Senior • Defender • 5-6 South Jordan, Utah • Bingham HS Exercise Science

Career Statistics for Megan Stainbrook

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 19-13 18-17 19-19 56-49

Idaho State: (2010) Earned Big Sky All-Academic ... started in all 19 games played ... had 16 shots with five on goal ... held a shot on goal percentage of .312 ... posted a season-high six shots at Eastern Washington (10/15) ... posted two shots, both on goal, at Nevada (9/16) ... averaged 0.84 shots per game. (2009) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors … played in all 18 games for the Bengals starting in 17 contests … scored two goals and made two assists for six points during the season … her first goal of the season was ISU’s first goal against Wyoming (9/13) that helped the Bengals to a 2-1 victory over the Cowgirls … scored her first gamewinning goal of her career in ISU’s 2-0 victory over Northern Colorado (10/17) at home … had two assists, both at home, her first against Montana (10/8) and her second against Northern Arizona (10/15) … posted 14 shots for the season with a .143 shot percentage … she recorded four shots on goal to hold a .286 shot on goal percentage … posted a season-high three shots at Portland State (10/23).

MEET THE BENGALS

(2008) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors ... played in all 19 games for the Bengals starting in 13 games ... made her first assist as a Bengal in the first goal against Wyoming (9/21) a game the Bengals would tie at 1-1 ... had seven shots in the season, with a two shot streak over two games ... had two shots against Idaho (9/7) followed by two against Utah Valley (9/11) ... had two on goal shots for a .286 shots on goal percentage for the season. High School: Graduated from Bingham High School in 2008 with a 3.835 GPA ... four-year letterman in soccer ... awarded Most Inspirational her senior season ... was a member of the Region 3 Champions state runners-up team her freshman year and was a state semi finalist of the Region 3 Champions her sophomore and junior year ... was a member of the State Cup champion team from 2003-04 and 2006-07 in club soccer ... Was a member of the State Cup finalist team in 2005 and 2008 ... played for the Avalanche Premier and Celtic Storm Premier club soccer teams ... was a member of the Utah State ODP team from 2005-07 ... made the honor roll all four years. Personal: Parents are Greg and Debbie Stainbrook ... birthdate is November 26th, 1989 ... major is exercise science ... cousin Nathan Krull was the kicker for the Sioux Falls Storm a professional indoor football team ... aunt Cathy Carpenter ran track at Brigham Young and cousin Scott Fraser played football for the University of Southern California ... has five siblings, four sisters and one brother: Brittany, Allyson, Caitlyn, Heather and Matthew ... sister Allyson Stainbrook plays soccer for the Idaho State Bengals.

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Shots 7 14 16 37

SOG 2 4 5 11

Goals 0 2 0 2

Asst 1 2 0 3

Pts 1 6 0 7

GW 0 1 0 1


Anna Pingree

Junior • Midfielder • 5-8 • Boise, Idaho Walla Walla CC/Montana/Timberline HS Sociology

Career Statistics for Anna Pingree Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 14-7 14-7

Shots 4 4

SOG 1 1

Goals 0 0

Asst 0 0

Pts 0 0

GW 0 0

Idaho State: (2010) Started in seven of her 14 games played ... had four shots with one on goal for a .250 shot on goal percentage ... recorded two shots at Eastern Washington (10/15) ... had one shot, on goal, in the 4-1 win over College of Idaho (8/27) at Davis Field ... had one shot in the 0-0 double overtime tie with Utah State (8/29) at Davis Field. Walla Walla CC: (2009) Helped team capture the 2009 NWAACC and East Region NWAACC Championships ... the NWAACC East Region Championship Title was WWCC’s seventh straight title ... helped WWCC post a 21-1-0 record for the season and an undefeated 15-0-0 record in the East Region ... scored three goals for the Warriors ... scored her first goal for the Warriors in the 66th minute against Eastern Oregon in a 3-0 victory (9/1/09) ... scored two goals in the 28th and 57th minute against Olympic (9/12/09) in Walla Walla CC’s 7-0 victory ... sustained a season ending injury after Olympic contest causing her to redshirt the season.

High School: Lettered in soccer for four seasons and basketball for one season … in 2005, named Female Athlete of the Year as a freshman … in 2006, named 5A Honorable Mention South Idaho All-Conference … in 2007, named 5A First Team SIC and awarded Timberline Defensive Player honor … was the Timberline team captain in 2007 … competed in the Olympic Development Program in 2007 … made the State Playoffs three season in a row from 2005-07 and helped Timberline to the 5A State Championship in 2007 … helped the Boise Capital Soccer Club to two straight State Championships … named 5A Second Team SIC in 2008 … was the Team Captain for the Boise Capital Soccer Club for two seasons. Personal: Parents are Mark and Louisa Pingree … has one brother, Micky who competed for Everett, the University of Illinois Chicago and Lewis and Clark State College in baseball … brother Micky was an NAIA 2008 National Champion … father Mark played baseball in at Lewis and Clark State and was drafted by the New York Mets in 1980 in the 21st round … will major in sociology.

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MEET THE BENGALS

Montana: (2008) Named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention … was one of five player to start in all 19 contests for the Griz … helped Montana advance to the Big Sky tournament … scored a goal and made an assist for three points during the season … her only goal for the season was a game winner against Idaho in a 2-0 victory (10/5/08) … she made an assist on the first goal of Montana’s 2-1 overtime victory over Wyoming (9/7/08) … posted 11 shots with three on goal for a .273 shot on goal percentage.


Ashley Jones Junior • Midfielder • 5-8 Draper, Utah • Alta HS Nursing

Career Statistics for Ashley Jones

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 18-18 17-17 35-35

Idaho State: (2010) Started in all 17 games played ... Tied with Kiley Godfrey in leading the Bengals in goals scored with three ... led the team with a season-high two goals in one game ... scored two goals against Southern Utah including the game-winning penalty kick in the second period to secure a 4-3 victory over Southern Utah (9/12) at Davis Field ... went one for one in penalty kicks for the season ... took 16 shots with five on goal ... posted a season-high three shots against Southern Utah (9/12) and against Sacramento State (10/21) ... posted two shots, both on goal, at Montana (10/17) ... posted a .312 shot on goal percentage ... scored a goal against Idaho (9/3) in the Governor’s Cup at Davis Field.

MEET THE BENGALS

(2009) Named Big Sky Newcomer of the Year her freshman season … named Second Team All-Big Sky Conference … named Most Valuable Player at the Bennion Banquet … played and started in all 18 of ISU’s contests … tied with senior Annamarie Hofstetter in leading the Bengals in goals (5), assists (5) and points (15) … tied with Bengal Hofstetter for third most points in the Big Sky for the season … recorded three assists in a half to set the single-game all-time record in program history in ISU’s Big Sky opening 3-1 victory over Montana (10/8) which earned the Bengal her first Big Sky Player of the Week award … a strong offensive presences she posted four first goals of her five scored for the season … scored her first career goal and game-winner, in ISU’s 2-1 victory at New Mexico State (8/23) … scored the first goal in ISU’s 2-1 victory at Southern Utah (8/28) … scored a goal against Idaho (9/4) at the Governor’s Cup … scored the first goal in ISU’s 4-2 victory over Northern Arizona (10/15) at Davis Field … scored the first goal in ISU’s 4-0 shutout of Weber State (10/31) at Davis Field .. posted an assist on ISU’s game-winning goal against Utah Valley (9/23) in ISU’s 2-1 victory … made an assist in ISU’s 2-0 victory over Northern Colorado (10/17) at Davis Field … posted the third most shots for the Bengals with 36 and recorded the second most shots on goal with 20 for the season … averaged a .139 shot percentage and a .556 shots on goal percentage, the second best mark for the Bengals. High School: Graduated from Alta High School in 2009 with a 3.0 GPA ... lettered in Soccer for four years ... was a three-time Utah State champion from 2006-08 ... was named All-State First Team in 2007 and 2008 ... posted the most assists on her team in 2007 ... named ESPN National Player of the Week on Sept. 17, 2008 ... scored four goals during the four tournament games of the 2008 State competition. Personal: Birthdate is January 5, 1991 ... parents are Greg and Wendy Jones ... has two brothers Alex and Drew and one sister Sydney ... major is in nursing.

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Shots 36 16 52

SOG 20 5 25

Goals 5 3 8

Asst 5 0 5

Pts 15 6 21

GW 2 1 3


Rachel Strawn Junior • Forward • 5-2 Roy, Utah • Roy HS Early Childhood Education

Career Statistics for Rachel Strawn Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 18-9 19-19 37-28

Shots 22 26 48

SOG 13 13 26

Goals 2 2 4

Asst 4 5 9

Pts 8 9 17

GW 2 1 3

Idaho State: (2010) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors ... named Most Improved Player at the Bennion Athletic Award Banquet ... started in all 19 games played ... led the Bengals with nine points scoring two goals and having five assists ... assisted on the game-winning goal in ISU’s 2-1 victory at Loyola Chicago (8/22) ... scored her first goal of the season and posted an assist for three points in ISU’s 4-1 victory over the College of Idaho (8/27) ... scored the game-winning goal in ISU’s 1-0 victory over Boise State (9/5) in the Governor’s Cup at Davis Field ... assisted the game-winning goal in ISU’s 2-1 victory over Seattle (9/9) ... also had an assist against Northern Colorado (10/9) and Sacramento State (10/21) ... posted the second most shots on the team with 26 and the second most shots on goal with 13 ... posted a .500 shot on goal percentage.

High School: Graduated from Roy High School in 2009 with a 3.8 GPA ... lettered in soccer ... led her team in assists and was the second leading scorer at Roy High School ... earned Honorable Mention All-Area in 2005 ... was named second team All-Area in 2006 and 2008 ... earned Athletic Academic Honors in 2005, 2006 and 2008 ... helped team to state playoffs as a freshman ... was a member of the Park City Black Diamond Soccer Club ... was a member of the Utah 91 ODP State Team from 2005-08 ... was a member of the Region IV ODP Pool in 2005 ... was a Utah State Champion in 2004 and 2006 ... Helped her team to State Finalists in 2003 and 2007 ... was a member of the Far West Regional Quarter finalist in 2006 with the Utah Avalanche ... helped the US Club Soccer team to National Semi-Finalists and Regional Championship ... high honor roll member from 2005-08 ... Roy High School English Essay Winner ... prom queen nominee ... was a Utah State Softball Champion in 2004 with the Utah Thunder. Personal: Birthdate is July 5, 1991 ... parents are Mark and Terri Strawn ... has two brothers, Tyler and Ethan, and one sister Kristen ... major is early childhood education.

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MEET THE BENGALS

(2009) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors … competed in 18 games and started in nine for the Bengals her freshman year … scored two goals, both game winners, to tie for the most game winners for Idaho State during the season … recorded four assists on the year … recorded eight points for the season, the third best point total for the Bengals … worked her way up recording four assists before her two goals … posted an assist in ISU’s 2-1 victory at New Mexico State (8/23) … posted an assist in three straight games: against Idaho (9/4), at Boise State (9/6) and in ISU’s 2-1 victory at Wyoming (9/13) … posted her first goal as a Bengal to give ISU a 2-1 victory over Utah Valley (9/23) at Davis Field … posted her second goal and game winner in ISU’s 4-2 victory over Northern Arizona (10/15) at Davis Field … recorded 22 shots, 13 of which were on goal … posted a .091 shot percentage and a .591 shot on goal percentage … averaged 1.22 shots per game.


Morgan Olson Junior • Defender • 5-3 Logan, Utah • Logan HS Accounting

Career Statistics for Morgan Olson Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 18-17 19-19 37-36

Idaho State: (2010) Started in all 19 games played ... led the Bengal backline ... posted three shots with one on goal ... had a shot against Idaho (9/3) ... had a shot in ISU’s 2-1 victory over Seattle (9/9) at Davis Field ... had one shot, on goal, at Utah Valley (9/23).

MEET THE BENGALS

(2009) Named Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention … named Rookie of the Year at the Bennion Athletic Awards Banquet … competed in 18 games for the Bengals as a defender and started in 17 as a freshman, all but the season opener … helped ISU hold its opponents to eight shots on goal at home for the season on Davis Field … broke through the backlines to post three shots … recorded a season-high two shots in ISU’s 2-1 victory over New Mexico State (8/23) … posted a shot in ISU’s contest at Boise State (9/6) in the Governor’s Cup. High School: Graduated from Logan High in 2009 with a 3.8 GPA ... lettered in soccer for four years ... made the 2008-09 First Team All-State ... was named MVP and team captain for soccer ... participated in the state quarterfinals for the 2005-06 and 2006-07 season ... made a semi-final appearance for state in 2008-09 ... played basketball for four years, lettering for three ... Was the MVP and team captain for basketball ... was the student body secretary. Personal: Birthdate is October 18, 1990 ... parents are Rolan and Stefani Olson ... has three sisters, McCall, Amanda, Alexis and one brother Devin ... major is accounting.

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Shots 3 3 6

SOG 0 1 1

Goals 0 0 0

Asst 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0


Laura Perez

Career Statistics for Laura Perez

Junior • Forward • 5-8 North Las Vegas, Nev. • Cheyenne HS Political Science Idaho State: (2010) Played in 18 games and started in two ... scored two goals and had two assists ... posted an assist in ISU’s 2-1 victory at Loyola Chicago (8/22) ... earned three points by scoring a goal and making an assist in ISU’s 4-1 victory over the College of Idaho (8/27) at Davis Field ... posted 11 shots with six on goal ... held a nine game shot streak from Aug. 22 to Sep. 18 and held a four game shot on goal streak from Sept. 9 to Sept. 18 ... held a .545 shot on goal percentage.

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 17-3 18-2 35-5

Shots 12 11 23

SOG 5 6 11

Goals 2 2 4

Asst 0 2 2

Pts 4 6 10

GW 0 0 0

#8

High School: Graduated from Cheyenne High School in 2009 with a 3.8 GPA ... lettered in soccer ... named 2006 Rookie of the Year ... Was the Team Captain for two seasons, 200708 ... helped FC Las Vegas soccer club earn state champions three times ... was named Student of the Month in February 2008 ... was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Parents are Osyaldo Perez and Elizabeth Arias ... has one brother Andrew Perez ... major is political science ... birthdate is Nov. 12, 1991.

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MEET THE BENGALS

(2009) Played in 17 games and started in three … scored two goals for four points on the season … scored her first career goal against Montana (10/8) in ISU’s 3-1 victory at Davis Field … scored her second goal of the season against Northern Colorado (10/17) in ISU’s 2-0 victory at Davis Field … she posted 12 shots with five on goal … she recorded a .167 shot percentage and a .417 shots on goal percentage … posted a season-high two shots in three different contests.


Alishia Cairl

Junior • Defender • 5-2 Meridian, Idaho • Meridian HS Dietetics

Career Statistics for Alishia Cairl

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 15-0 19-4 24-4

Shots 2 2 4

Idaho State: (2010) Earned Big Sky AllAcademic Honors .. played in 19 games and started in four ... scored ISU’s first goal in it’s 2-1 victory at Loyola Chicago (8/22) ... had two shots, both on goal for a 1.000 shot on goal percentage ... had one shot on goal at Loyola Chicago (8/22) and one shot on goal at Weber State (10/29). (2009) Earned Big Sky All-Academic Honors … Competed in 15 games for the Bengals as a freshman … Recorded two shots for the season … Recorded a shot at New Mexico (8/21) … Recorded a shot at Eastern Washington (10/11).

MEET THE BENGALS

High School: Graduated from Meridian High School in 2009 with a 3.75 GPA ... Earned three varsity letters in soccer and two varsity letters in track and field ... Named to Second Team ... Helped team to State playoffs in 2008 ... Was on the Honor Roll from 2006-08. Personal: Birthdate is September 12, 1990 ... Parents are Scott and Denise Cairl ... Has one sister, Thiriza Cairl, and one brother Cole Cairl ... major is dietetics.

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SOG 0 2 2

Goals 0 1 1

Asst 0 0 0

Pts 0 2 2

GW 0 0 0


Carly Hutchings-Maloney Sophomore • Goalkeeper • 5-7 Centerville, Utah • Viewmont HS Undeclared

Idaho State: (2010) Played in nine games and started in four ... was in goal 483:23 minutes ... made 29 saves for a .763 save percentage ... led the Bengals with a season-high 12 saves at Portland State (10/24) ... allowed nine goals to hold a 1.68 goals against average ... recorded first career shut-out against Sacramento State (10/21) ... posted a 1-3-0 record.

Personal: Parents are Steve and Jody Hutchings … has two brothers Cameron and Chase … married to Jake Maloney ... birthdate is December 2, 1991 … undeclared major.

Career Statistics for Carly Hutchings-Maloney Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS Min 9-4 483:23 9-4 483:23

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GA Avg. 1.68 1.68

Saves 29 29

Save % Record Shutouts .763 1-3-0 1 .763 1-3-0 1

MEET THE BENGALS

High School: Lettered in soccer for four years at Viewmont High School … named Defensive MVP and awarded the Outstanding Leadership Honor ... earned Academic All-State … helped Viewmont to the State semifinals in 2006 and 2009 … helped Viewpoint reach the State quarterfinals in 2008 … held a 4.0 GPA.


Kiley Godfrey

Sophomore • Forward • 5-5 Seal Beach, Calif. • Los Alamitos HS Undeclared

Career Statistics for Kiley Godfrey Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 19-3 19-3

MEET THE BENGALS

Idaho State: (2010) Played in 19 games and started in three ... scored three goals and had two assists for eight points, for the second best mark on the team ... posted three points in ISU’s 4-1 victory over the College of Idaho (8/27) scoring her first career goal and making an assist ... assisted the game-winning goal in ISU’s 1-0 victory over Boise State in the Governor’s Cup (9/5) ... scored the game-winning goal in ISU’s 2-1 win over Seattle (9/9) ... scored a goal against San Jose State (9/18) at the Wolfpack Invitational hosted by Nevada ... posted eight shots with four on goal for a .500 shot on goal percentage ... had a season-high three shots against the College of Idaho (8/27). High School: Lettered in soccer for four years and track and field for two years at Los Alamitos High School … helped her team earn the 2009 Aliso Cup Championship ... scored the game-winning goal to send Los Alamitos to the finals at the 2009 Division I Southern Section CIF … was a member of the Sunset League Champions for three straight seasons from 2006-09 … Was named Second Team All-County of the Sunset League in 2009 … helped Los Alamitos capture the 2007 North Orange County Classic Championship … as a member of the Slammers North GU19 FC Premier Club soccer team was a Surf Cup Semi-Finalist in 2007 and captured second place in the U16 Gold Division Coast Soccer League … in 2008, was a participant in the Surf Cup, was a Texas Shoot out College Showcase participant and was a member of the U17 Premier Division Coast Soccer League … under the Slammers in 2009 she helped her team earn the GU18 Championship and the GU19 Surf Cup College Tournament Championship … in 2009, she was also a participant of the Las Vegas College Showcase, was a PDA College Showcase participant, and a Texas Shoot out College Showcase participant, as well as a member of the U19 Premier Division Coast Soccer League. Personal: Parents are Robert and Dianne Cravens ... has three brothers, Justin Godfrey and Charles and Matt Cravens … birthdate is May 30, 1992 … major is undeclared.

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Shots 8 8

SOG 4 4

Goals 3 3

Asst 2 2

Pts 8 8

GW 1 1


Liv Zabka

Sophomore • Defender • 5-7 Salt Lake City, Utah • Skyline HS Undeclared

Career Statistics for Liv Zabka Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 15-4 15-4

Shots 6 6

SOG 1 1

Goals 0 0

Asst 0 0

Pts 0 0

GW 0 0

Idaho State: (2010) Played in 15 games and started in four ... as a defender had six shots with one on goal for a .167 shot on goal percentage ... posted a seasonhigh two shots against Utah State (8/29) ... posted a shot in the 2-1 win at Loyola Chicago (8/22) ... posted a shot on goal against Northern Colorado (10/9).

Personal: Full name is Sarah Olivia Zabka … mother is Lori Schmidt ... has one brother Tim Schmidt ... father is Milan Zabka … birthdate is February 18, 1992 … major is undeclared.

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MEET THE BENGALS

High School: Lettered in soccer for four years at Skyline High School … named 5A First Team All-State and First Team All-Region in 2009 … named Team MVP and team captain her senior season … in 2008, named Second Team All-Region … was the Utah Rush Competition Team Captain … helped Skyline achieve a 5A Region II Championship in 2009 … made two State playoff appearances … was a Utah State Cup quarter finalist for Utah Rush in 2008 … was a member of the National Honor Society … was named Academic All-Region Award … was given an Academic Excellence Award … was given the Principals Award for Outstanding Academic Citizenship and Leadership.


Tara Bice

Sophomore • Defender • 5-5 Broomfield, Colo. • Legacy HS Undeclared

Career Statistics for Tara Bice Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 15-2 15-2

Idaho State: (2010) Played in 17 games and started in two ... scored the game-winning goal against the College of Idaho (8/27) on a header ... made six shots with two on goal for a .333 shot on goal percentage ... held a .167 shot percentage ... had three games where she recorded two shots: against the College of Idaho (8/27) at Nevada (9/16) and at Utah Valley (9/23). High School: Graduated from Legacy High School in 2010 ... lettered in soccer for four years and basketball for two years ... was a four year starter ... helped Legacy HS advance to second roun dof state playoffs her sophomore and junior seasons ... helped her club team earn a state cup championship, a state cup runner-up and made a far west regional’s semi-finalist appearance.

MEET THE BENGALS

Personal: Parents are Kevin and Patty Jo Bice ... has one sister Jocelyn ... birthdate is February 28, 1992 ... major is undeclared.

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Shots 6 6

SOG 2 2

Goals 1 1

Asst 0 0

Pts 2 2

GW 1 1


Allyson Stainbrook Sophomore • Midfielder • 5-7 South Jordan, Utah • Bingham HS Undeclared

against Northern Colorado (10/9).

Career Statistics for Allyson Stainbrook Year 2010 Totals

GP-GS 16-2 16-2

Shots 10 10

SOG 4 4

Goals 1 1

Asst 1 1

Pts 3 3

GW 1 1

Idaho State: (2010) Played in 16 games and started in two ... scored one goal and had one assist ... assisted the game-winning goal in ISU’s 1-0 victory over Boise State (9/5) in the Governor’s Cup at Davis Field ... scored the game-winning goal, her first career goal, in ISU’s 1-0 victory over Sacramento State (10/21) ... posted 10 shots with four on goal for a .400 shot on goal percentage ... posted two shots on goal against Idaho (9/3) ... posted two shot against Idaho (9/3) and

High School: Lettered in soccer for four years … named all-region first team in 2008 and 2009 … was led the team in scoring in 2009 with 34 points from nine goals and 16 assists … Named Most Inspirational in 2009 … named academic all-region in 2009 … was Bingham HS team captain in 2008 and 2009 … named All-Region Honorable Mention in 2007 … was a member of the High School Region Three Champions her freshman and senior seasons … was a State semi-finalist her freshman season … member of the State Cup Champion team in 2006 … was a State Cup finalist in Club soccer from 2004-05 and 2007-09 … played for the Utah Avalanche Premier and La Roca Northern Premier club teams … was a member of the Utah State Olympic Development Program team from 2005-08 … was on the honor roll for four years. Personal: Parents are Greg and Debbie Stainbrook … has four sisters, Brittany, Megan, Caitlyn and Heather and one brother Matthew … sister Megan is a current member of the Idaho State soccer team … cousin Nathan Krull was a kicker for the Sioux Falls Storm professional indoor football team … cousin Scott Fraser played football for Southern California … aunt Cathy Chipman-Carpenter ran track for Brigham Young … birthdate is August 19, 1992 … major is undeclared.

Megan Stainbrook 2008-Present, #7 - Defender

Allyson Stainbrook and Megan Stainbrook became the second pair of sisters to compete together at Idaho State. The first pair of sisters was Stacey Peterson-Allen and Tia Peterson-Burns when their careers overlapped in 2003 before Tia Peterson married in 2006. Stacey played for the Bengals from 2000-03 and Tia competed from 2003-06. Seven years later, on Aug. 29, 2010 the Stainbrook’s took the field in ISU’s double overtime Allyson Stainbrook tie. 2010-Present, #14 - Midfield

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MEET THE BENGALS

Bengal Soccer Sister Tradition


Laura Benson

Lanie Ward

Sophomore • Forward • 5-10 Sandy, Utah • Skyline HS Undeclared

Idaho State: (2010) Competed in 19 games and started in three ... recorded two shots with one on goal for a .500 shot on goal percentage ... recorded a shot against Utah State (8/29) ... posted a shot on goal at Utah Valley (9/23).

High School: Graduated from Waterford High School in 2009 with a 3.57 GPA ... lettered in soccer for four years under Head Coach Scott Stewart ... helped Waterford HS earn two state championships in 2006 (2A) and 2008 (3A) ... named first team all-state in 2006 and second team all-state in 2007 and 2008 ... advanced to quarter finalist of Far West Region tournament in 2006 ... received the National Charity League Mother Daughter Award in 2006 and 2007 ... earned academic high honors for two terms, academic scholar for two terms as well as earning academic honors for eight terms ... played club soccer for Utah State Cup Champion Utah Avalanche in 2006 and 2008 ... club team also won the 2008 Las Vegas Coaches Classic in 2008.

MEET THE BENGALS

Personal: Father is Matt Ward ... brother Matt played soccer for Hamline University ... born on Feb. 20, 1991 in Salt Lake City, Utah ... fullname is Melanie Ward ... major is undeclared ... summer of 2010 spent three weeks in Kenya working at the Ngala school for the deaf in Nakuru, Kenya and building an orphanage in Ngata, Kenya working through RaFIKis a nonprofit organization ... worked in all of RaFIKis charity events to help raise money to build the orphanage.

Personal: Parents are Robert and Anne Benson ... has one sister Melissa and two brothers Jeff and Daniel ... birthdate is July 28, 1992 ... major is undeclared.

Career Statistics for Laura Benson GP-GS 19-3 19-3

Shots 2 2

SOG 1 1

Goals 0 0

#9

Previous School (New Mexico): Attended New Mexico from 2009-11 ... redshirted 2009 season and did not compete in 2010 ... was a member of the Mountain West Conference Championship team in 2010 that advanced to the first round of the NCAA tournament where the Lobos were overcome by the eventual tournament champion Notre Dame.

High School: Graduated from Skyline High School in 2010 ... lettered in soccer for two years and basketball for three years ... named second team all-state ... scored six goals and maintained a .350 scoring average ... helped Skyline HS make three state playoff appearances ... made four state playoff appearances with basketball and helped her team win the 2008 5A state title ... three year honor roll student ... member of the National Honor Society ... homecoming queen nominee.

Year 2010 Totals

Sophomore • Defender • 5-8 Sandy, Utah • Waterford HS Undeclared

Asst 0 0

Pts 0 0

GW 0 0

Head Coach Gibson on Ward: “I had actually worked with Lanie before in the ODP camps and had started to recruit her but our needs as a program took us in a different direction. She went to New Mexico. She’s a very good player but I haven’t seen her compete in a long time. Right now she’s out of the country doing volunteer work.”

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Lia Margolis

Mikaela Carrillo

Salt Lake City, Utah • Park City HS/Oregon State

San Clemente, Calif. • San Clemente HS

Freshman • Defender • 5-8

Sophomore • Defender • 5-4

Undeclared

Nursing

#24

High School: Graduated from Park City High School with a 3.8 GPA … lettered in soccer for three years and cross country for two years … named class 3A first team all-state for defender her senior year and honorable mention her sophomore year … helped her team win the regional championships all three years she competed … made a play-off appearance three years in a row capturing second in state her senior year and led her team to a state championship her freshman season … was on the honor roll four years running. Personal: Parents are Dan and Lynne Margolis … has one brother Brian and one sister Brynne … born on June 6, 1991 … will major in nursing.

Head Coach Gibson on Margolis: “Lia is a huge pick up for us in her transfer from the top 20 Oregon State Beavers. A solid and experienced defender, she has the ability to step in right away and make a difference in our back line. Her fitness level is already at the top of the team which shows her commitment and dedication to her development.”

High School: Graduated from San Clemente High School in 2011 with a 3.8 GPA … lettered in soccer for four years and volleyball for two years … named defensive MVP her freshman year … named scholar athlete in 2009 … earned honorable mention all-league in 2010 … recipient of the pursuing victory with honor award in 2010 … was the team captain from 2010-11 … helped San Clemente HS capture the 2009 state and CIP championships and were ranked No. 1 in the nation by the ESPN rise … received first proclamation of distinction award in the city of San Clemente … In 2010, was a finalist in state and CIF competitions, ranked No. 5 in the nation by ESPN rise … member of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) … earned principals honor roll all four years. Personal: Parents are Mark and Tiffany Carrillo … has one sister Marlee … mother Tiffany Carrillo played volleyball at Loyola Marymount … born on January 23, 1993 … major is undeclared.

Head Coach Gibson on Carrillo: “Mikaela is a very smart and solid defensive player who will bring depth to our back line. She comes from a very good club background, the same as previous Bengal Lauren Hough, and we are excited about the knowledge and experience she will bring to our team.”

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Previous School (Oregon State): Was a member of the Oregon State women’s soccer team redshirting her freshman year in due to injury. Her team advanced to the NCAA tournament Sweet 16 in 2009 and round 32 in 2010 … was on the winter term dean’s list in 2010.

#16


Lexi Smith

Madeline Gochnour Freshman • Midfielder • 5-7 Salt Lake City, Utah • East HS Undeclared

Freshman • Goalkeeper • 5-10 Riverton, Utah • Jordan HS Undeclared

#15

#23

High School: Graduated from Jordan High School in 2011 with a 3.75 GPA … lettered in soccer for three years from 2008-10 after transferring from Riverton High school … lettered in basketball for the 2010-11 season … helped her team to the first round of state playoffs in 2010 … was voted the varsity team leader in 2010 … was a member of the Utah state Olympic Development Program (ODP) team for five years and a member of the region camp for three years … was a four year captain for the Sparta United Club … held a .03 goals allowed per game in 2009 … member of the honor roll from 2007-2011. Personal: Parents are Chris and Sarah Smith … has one brother Andrew and one sister Allison … father Chris Smith played football for Brigham Young and was a two-time All-American … father Chris was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals and played for the NFL team for one year … mother Sarah Smith was an all-state CIP player … fullname is Alexandra Smith... born May 5, 1993 … major is undeclared.

High School: Graduated from East High School in 2011 with a 3.75 GPA … lettered in soccer and track and field for three years and cross country for one year … In soccer, earned first team and second team all-state recognitions during her career … was the team captain … averaged .58 goals per game her senior season recording 11 goals over her three year career … helped her team to a 47-5-1 record from her sophomore to senior season … earned Lindsay Wilkinson Award … helped her team to the state playoffs and state quarter finals her sophomore season, state quarterfinals her junior season and state semifinals her senior season … helped East HS earn the soccer regional championship all three seasons … participated in the state track and field meets three straight seasons and participated in the junior Olympics track and field for the mile following her sophomore season … helped East HS earn the regional championship and captured the individual title as a freshman … was the homecoming second attendant her senior year … was named winter royalty her sophomore year … was a member of the Health Professions Academy (HPA).

MEET THE BENGALS

Personal: Parents are Scott and Robin Gochnour … has one sister Victoria and one brother David … Katie Larkin, a second cousin, competed for Brigham Young in soccer and was a USA National team and a member of the Women’s Professional Soccer League … born on March 16, 1993 … major is undeclared.

Head Coach Gibson on Smith: “Lexi is a very talented goalkeeper out of Utah. She has a great deal of youth experience and is primed and ready to make the jump to college soccer. With great size and strength, Lexi will compete right away for time in goal.”

Head Coach Gibson on Gochnour: “Madeline comes to us from a very strong club in the Park City Black Diamonds. Madeline brings a strong presence to our midfield position and we will look for her to step in and make an immediate impact for us at that position.”

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Amanda Ellsworth

Taylor McBride

Freshman • Forward • 5-8 Roseville, Calif. • Roseville HS Undeclared

Freshman • Defender • 5-3

Logan, Utah • Mountain Crest HS Undeclared

#11

Personal: Parents are David and Linda Ellsworth … has one sister Kayla … born on February 1, 1993 … major is undeclared.

Head Coach Gibson on Ellsworth: “Amanda is a strong and savvy forward from Northern California. She has a knack for the goal and has the strength to be a great target player as well as a take on artist from the front line. She will add a great deal of depth to our front line.”

High School: Graduated from Mountain Crest High School in 2011 with a 3.89 GPA … lettered in soccer for three years and track and field for two years … named all-valley honorable mention as a sophomore and all-valley defender as a senior … was a team captain her senior season … was on the honor roll all four years of high school … earned student of the month honor … received hope of America award … earned academic excellence award. Personal: Parents are Blake and Marty McBride … has one sister Kortney and one brother Rylee … born on September 26, 1991 … major is undeclared.

Head Coach Gibson on McBride: “Taylor is a very tenacious and talented defensive player with tons of attacking qualities in her game. She will compete immediately for time on the outside and we will look for her to use her speed and understanding of the game to add to our already talented roster.”

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High School: Graduated from Roseville High School with a 3.75 GPA … lettered in soccer and golf for three years and cross country for one year … named to the sierra foothill all-league soccer team two years running earning second team honors her sophomore season and first team honors her junior season … was a Sac Joaquin section finalist in cross country her freshman year … helped Roseville HS become a finalist in the 2009 San Joaquin Division II championships … led Roseville HS to the San Joaquin Division II championship in 2010 … earned the Roseville HS academic merit award her sophomore and junior seasons.

#10


Maria Dela Cruz

Mckenzie Adams

Roseville, Calif. • Granite Bay HS Undeclared

Orem, Utah • Timpanogos HS Undeclared

Freshman • Goalkeeper • 5-4

Freshman • Forward • 5-4

#00

High School: Graduated from Granite Bay High School in 2011 … lettered in soccer for four years and basketball for three years … in soccer, named team MVP as a freshman … named first team all-league … helped JV team earn SFL Championship … led varsity team to an undefeated SLF Championship in 2009 and was the 2011 SacJoaquin Section Champions … led Granite Bay HS to a 15-4-2 overall record and a 6-3-1 league record her senior season … recorded 12 shutouts and had a .623 goals against average her senior season … was a Junior AMA Award recipient … was a Senior AMA Award recipient … earned national scholar and athlete award from the United States Army Reserve.

MEET THE BENGALS

Personal: Parents are Lew and Evelyn Dela Cruz … full name is Maria Charizze Ina Dela Cruz … born in Cagayan De Oro City, Philippines … birthdate is Nov. 13, 1993 … major is undeclared.

Head Coach Gibson on Dela Cruz: ““Maria is a little bit smaller of a goal keeper, but like her coach said if she was one to two inches taller she would have been gone two years ago. However, she has great athleticism and covers the entire goal. She has some strengths that some other goalkeepers don’t, such as she’s willing to go right into traffic to get a ball, these are some strengths that maybe a bigger keeper doesn’t have.”

#19

High School: Graduated from Timpanogos High School in 2011 with a 3.0 GPA ... lettered in soccer for four years ... also competed in basketball for two years ... led her team to a region championship in 2008 and 2010 ... advanced to the state semi-finals in 2007 and 2008 ... helped her team capture the 2009 state championship and was a state runner-up in 2010 ... named 2009 state champion MVP ... earned first team all-state honors and first team all-region in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... named 2010 all-valley first team ... named KUTV athlete of the week in 2009 ... named 1280 AM “The Zone” athlete of the week ... was named to the all-city team four years in a row ... was the team captain ... scored 50-plus goals and assists in high school career ... led Timpanogos HS in assists in 2009 and 2010 ... was a member of student council ... was a two-year state story telling champion. Personal: Parents are Scott and Pam Adams ... has four brothers Britain, Jordan, Jantzen and Jayden and two sisters Shantae and Shayla ... sister Shantae played soccer at Utah Valley and Dixie State and was an all-american forward ... sister Shayla played soccer for one year at Dixie State ... birthdate is March 5, 1993 ... major is undeclared.

Head Coach Gibson on Adams: “Adding McKenzie Adams to this talented 2011 class is very exciting for our program. She is a proven goal scorer and she will compete right away to continue that trend for the Bengals. McKenzie brings speed and a scoring threat that we are looking forward to adding to the likes of Rachel, Kiley, and Taylor. The combination of this group will be the fastest front line we have had in my time at ISU.”

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Allyssa Kenney

Freshman • Midfielder • 5-6 Carlsbad, Calif. • La Costa Canyon HS

Undeclared

#22

High School: Graduated from La Costa Canyon High School in 2011 … lettered in soccer for three years … was a three-time all-league player and named defensive player of the year three times … was named to the all-tournament team for the Baron’s Cup … pushed La Costa Canyon HS to a 15-4-3 record during her senior season and a 4-0-2 league record … as a junior she scored one goal and had one assist … as a senior she scored two goals and one assist … played for Carlsbad Elite Club … led her team to the Division 1 CIF Championship … advanced to the semifinal state play-off … led her team to become the Avocado league champions.

Head Coach Gibson on Kenney: “She comes out of a very strong club in Carlsbad Elite. She’s a big strong player, very strong on tackles, very fit, just a really exciting find late in the 2011 class. Depending on how she comes in I would love to see her in a defensive midfield role right away if not in the middle of the season.”

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Personal: Parents are Phil and Pam Kenny … has one sister Megan and one brother Andrew … father Phil played college soccer at San Diego and sister Megan played at St. Mary’s college … birthdate is Oct. 29, 1993 … plans to major in health science.


BENGAL LIFE

Bengal Life

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All-Time Jersey Numbers

Maren Eves-Williams

GK

5 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

1

Kilee Quigley Kim Crosbie Jenna Jones Trish Bolander

MF F MF F

9 2006, 2007, 2008 2005 2002, 2003, 2004 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

Lauren Ryan Elizabeth Roberts Shawna Park Janel Graham-Smith Kimberley Christensen

6 Kathyrn Ford Michelle Harrison Lindsay Gensler Shannon Boyle Chrissy Nelson

GK GK GK GK GK

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

2 Natalie Graham Janel Smith Ashley May-Steel Alissa Minegar

F MF F D

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

3 Alex Hansen Kim Crosbie Stephanie Anderson Heather Beck Nikkie Hitchcock Stephanie Rhodehouse

F F MF D D MF

2008, 2009, 2010 2006, 2007 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 2001 1999 1998, 2000

4 Taylor Powell Chantal Kim Molly Downs

F F D

Liv Zabka Shauna Fleming Ashley Askwig Sunny Katsilometes Ashlee Maughan Stacey Peterson-Allen Shannon Blaker AdriAnn Jorgensen

2007, 2008, 2010 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002

D MF MF MF D F MF F

D MF D MF F

2010 2009 2008 2007 2004 2001, 2002, 2003 2000 1998

Donya Oliveira Kacey Ball Michelle Okumura Heather Arnell Ashley Beck Brooke Pollard-Roberts

F D F D D F MF MF

F D MF F MF F

2010 2008, 2009 2004, 2005, 2006, 20047 2003 2002 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

11 2008, 2009, 2010 2006, 2007 2004, 2005 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003 1998

Michelle Buhrle Jen Munro Jill Christofferson Amanda Rigby Krystal Saling

Korbie Underwood-Vaughan

8 Laura Perez Kascie Harris Jessie Bobert Kristi Renak Danielle Davies Stacey Peterson-Allen Brittany Thompson Shannon Blaker

2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2005, 2006 2003, 2004 2000, 2001, 2002 1999

10

7 Megan Stainbrook Chelsea Cox Ashli Kimenker Carissa Raveaux Rashell Tucker

MF MF MF MF MF

MF MF MF F F MF

2009 2008 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 2003 2002 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

12 2009, 2010 2006 2003, 2004 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

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MF F F MF D

2009, 2010 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2000 1998, 1999

ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS

0


13 Andrea Beseris Christina Beseris Jenny Ford Brooke Alton Sue Desmond

F D F MF MF

18 2010 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2005 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 1998

Rachel Strawn Noelle Sanders Kalie McGuire Elizabeth Roberts Emily Hubbard-Blanchard

14 Allyson Stainbrook Shailee Smith Ellen Larsen Ali Zikratch Anastasia Katsilometes Heather Hunt-Jones Amber Christensen Michelle Emery

MF D MF F MF F MF MF

D MF MF D MF

2010 2009 2008 2006 2004, 2005 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 1999 1998

Benicia Brogan Stephanie Schumacher Erin Dupont Chelsea Cox Jamie Meehan Stacey Proctor Camille Ray

ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS

F MF D F MF D

2010 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2005 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 1998, 1999

D F MF D MF D

2008, 2010 2007 2006 2005 2002, 2003 1999 1998

Bailey Williams Jamie Hatfield Jenna Jones

D MF MF MF MF

2009, 2010 2006 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 2001 1998, 1999, 2000

Lauren Hough Shawna Park Priscilla Muchaka

D MF MF

2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2002 2001

25 Alishia Cairl Crosby Joyner

D MF

2009, 2010 2007, 2008

Ashley May

Kiley Godfrey Jana Davis-Boehler Jenny Ford Esther Toronto Heather Beck Holly Emery

F F F GK GK GK

Karissa Henage-Fisher Mary Barrett Lacey Pearson Ashli Kimenker Tricia Adams Jill Schade Teah Beckman

D D F D D MF D

D

2010

27 2010 2009 2006, 2007 2003, 2004, 2005 2002 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

22 2010 2009 2007 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 2002 1998, 1999, 2000

2008, 2009, 2010 2005 2001

24

21 2010 2009 2007, 2008 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 1998

GK MF MF

26 Morgan Olson Jennifer Sander Carlie Tobiason Brittany Cox Shaleen Weston

17 Tara Bice Krisha Read Mackenzie Murdoch Jennifer Loo Lindsay Russell Tarragh Law

D MF MF MF MF F MF

20

16 Randi Kendrick Amber Worthen Katie Miller Tia Peterson-Burns Ilsa Gramer Julie McDonnell

2009, 2010 2008 2007, 2006, 2005 2004 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000

19

15 Kelsea Godfrey Annamarie Hoffstetter Kilee Quigley Holly Christensen Alicia Buchanan

F MF D D D

23

Anna Pingree

2010

28 Laura Benson

2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2006 2005 2002, 2003 2001 1999, 2000 1998

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MF

2010


Opponents

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SOUTHERN UTAH

NORTHWEST NAZARENE

BRIGHAM YOUNG

Location........................................................................ Cedar City, Utah Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.......................................................... The Summit League Facility/Capacity..............................Thunderbird Soccer Field/500 Nickname.......................................................................... Thunderbirds Colors.......................................................................... Scarlet and White Head Coach...........................................................................Brian Stock Record at Southern Utah.......................... 47-118-18 (11 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches...........................................................Jessica Brown 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 5-11-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish........................................ 2-7-0/8th Sports Information Director................................... Kyle Newhouse Email..............................................................kylenewhouse@suu.edu Phone Number................................................................801-336-8959 School Website................................................... www.suutbirds.com

Location............................................................................ Nampa, Idaho Affiliation......................................................................NCAA Division II Conference................................................ Great Northwest Athletic Facility/Capacity..............Northwest Nazarene Soccer Field/750 Nickname................................................................................. Crusaders Colors................................................................................. Red and Black Head Coach.....................................................................Jamie Lindvall Record at NNU.................................................39-103-10 (8 seasons) Career Record............................................... 65-132-14 (11 seasons) Assistant Coaches........................................................ Rachel Lindvall 2010 Overall Record........................................................................ 5-13 2010 Conference Record/Finish..........................................3-11/7th Sports Information Director................................ Craig Stensgaard Email..............................................................cmstensgaard@nnu.edu Phone Number................................................................208-467-8856 School Website................................................. www.nnusports.com

Location................................................................................. Provo, Utah Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.................................................... West Coast Conference Facility/Capacity...............................................South Stadium/3,200 Nickname.....................................................................................Cougars Colors...............................................................................Blue and White Head Coach...........................................................Jennifer Rockwood Record at Brigham Young...............................263-80-28 (15 years) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches................................ Chris Watkins, Aleisha Rose 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 16-3-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish..... 5-1-1/2nd (Mountain West) Sports Information Director........................Whitney Craft Jordan Email..................................................................... soccer_sid@byu.edu Phone Number................................................................801-422-8999 School Website.............................................www.byucourgars.com

GAME 1 Friday • August 19 • 5 pm MST Cedar City, Utah • Thunderbird Soccer Field

GAME 2 Tuesday • August 23 • 3 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

GAME 4 Tuesday • August 30 • 4 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

OPPONENTS

NEVADA

IDAHO

GAME 3 Friday • August 26 • 4 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

GAME 5 - GOVERNOR’S CUP Friday • September 2 • 4:30 pm MST Moscow, Idaho • Guy Wicks Field

Location................................................................................... Reno, Nev. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................. Western Athletic Facility/Capacity......................................... Mackay Stadium/29,993 Nickname..................................................................................Wolf Pack Colors.....................................................................Navy Blue and Silver Head Coach................................................................. Dr. Melissa Price Record at Nevada-Reno....................................... 7-9-3 (1st season) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches.............................Lauren McAdam, Kirk Nelson 2010 Overall Record.......................................................................7-9-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish........................................ 2-5-1/6th Sports Information Director.............................. Nick Saccomanno Email............................................................... nsaccomanno@unr.edu Phone Number................................................................775-682-6985 School Website.....................................www.nevadawolfpack.com

Location.......................................................................... Moscow, Idaho Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................. Western Athletic Facility/Capacity................................................. Guy Wicks Field/500 Nickname......................................................................................Vandals Colors................................................................ Silver and Vandal Gold Head Coach....................................................................... Pete Showler Record at Idaho....................................................32-78-5 (6 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches......................................................... Grant Williams 2010 Overall Record........................................................................ 14-7 2010 Conference Record/Finish............................................ 5-3/3rd Sports Information Director..................................... Spencer Farrin Email.................................................................. spencerf@uidaho.edu Phone Number................................................................208-310-9610 School Website................................................. www.govandals.com

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NEW MEXICO STATE GAME 8 Friday • September 16 • 4 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

UTAH VALLEY

GAME 10 Thursday • September 22 • 4 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

Location................................................................................ Boise, Idaho Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................. Western Athletic Facility/Capacity......................................Boas Sports Complex/750 Nickname..................................................................................... Broncos Colors.............................................................Blue (Royal) and Orange Head Coach..........................................................................Steve Lucas Record at Boise State....................................93-97-24 (11 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches....... Mark Hiemenz, Stephanie Wieger, Eric Simmonsen 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 7-11-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish... 4-2-2/5th (Western Athletic) Sports Information Director..............................................Doug Link Email................................................................... dlink@boisestate.edu Phone Number.............................................................. 208-426-1027 School Website...........................................www.broncosports.com

Location........................................................................ Las Cruces, N.M. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................. Western Athletic Facility/Capacity............................Soccer Athletic Complex/1,000 Nickname........................................................................................Aggies Colors.......................................................................Crimson and White Head Coach...........................................................................Blair Quinn Record at New Mexico State.......................................... First Season Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches..................................................... Cortney Sobrero 2010 Overall Record.......................................................................7-8-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish........................................ 1-6-1/9th Sports Information Director....................................Tiffany Franklin Email...........................................................................tfrank@nmsu.edu Phone Number................................................................575-642-2168 School Website.........................................www.nmstatesports.com

Location................................................................................. Orem, Utah Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.............................................................................Great West Facility/Capacity.......................................................Clyde Field/2,000 Nickname............................................................................... Wolverines Colors............................................................................Green and White Head Coach..................................................................Brent Anderson Record at Utah Valley.........................................43-49-6 (5 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches...................................................................Tasha Bell 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 10-9-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish......................................... 5-0-1/1st Sports Information Director............................................. Clint Burgi Email......................................................................clint.burgi@uvu.edu Phone Number................................................................801-362-1548 School Website...................................... www.wolverinegreen.com

UTAH STATE

UTAH

WEBER STATE

GAME 7 Sunday • September 11 • 1 pm MST Logan, Utah • Chuck and Gloria Bell Soccer Field

GAME 9 Sunday • September 18 • 1 pm MST Salt Lake City, Utah • Ute Field

GAME 11 Friday • September 30 • 4 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

Location................................................................................Logan, Utah Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................. Western Athletic Facility/Capacity.............Chuck and Gloria Bell Soccer Field/500 Nickname........................................................................................Aggies Colors....................................................................Navy Blue and White Head Coach....................................................................Heather Cairns Record at Utah State.............................................75-70-17 (8 years) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches...........Trevor Wachsman, Maria Nelson (G.A.) 2010 Overall Record.......................................................................9-7-5 2010 Conference Record/Finish........................................5-2-1/t1st Sports Information Director............................................ Kara Fisher Email......................................................................kara.irving@usu.edu Phone Number................................................................435-757-8184 School Website......................................www.utahstateaggies.com

Location.................................................................. Salt Lake City, Utah Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.....................................................................................Pac-12 Facility/Capacity...........................................................Ute Field/2,000 Nickname............................................................................................ Utes Colors.......................................................................Crimson and White Head Coach......................................................................Rich Manning Record at Utah.............................................. 110-63-19 (10 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches................................ Ryan Crabbe, Mariel Wilner 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 5-15-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish...... 3-3-1/4th (Mountain West) Sports Information Director............................................. Kyle Harris Email......................................................kharris@huntsman.utah.edu Phone Number................................................................801-580-4411 School Website.................................................... www.utahutes.com

Location...............................................................................Ogden, Utah Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity.....................................Wildcat Soccer Field/2,000 Nickname.................................................................................... Wildcats Colors...........................................................................Purple and White Head Coach.................................................................... Tim Crompton Record at Weber State.................................... 56-67-13 (7 seasons) Career Record...................................................................................same Assistant Coaches............. Meagan Thunell, Tom VudhiVadhana 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 3-15-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish.......................................2-4-1/t5th Sports Information Director.................................... Justin Johnson Email..........................................................justinjohnson@weber.edu Phone Number................................................................801-690-6891 School Website...................................www.weberstatesports.com

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OPPONENTS

BOISE STATE

GAME 6 - GOVERNOR’S CUP Sunday • September 4 • 11:00 am MST Moscow, Idaho • Guy Wicks Field


NORTHERN ARIZONA

EASTERN WASHINGTON

SACRAMENTO STATE

Location.............................................................................Flagstaff, Ariz. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity................................... Lumberjack Stadium/1,000 Nickname............................................................................Lumberjacks Colors..................................................................... Blue, Gold and Sage Head Coach.................................................................... Andre Luciano Record at Northern Arizona........................81-91-21 (10 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches...............................Holly Jones, Brady Flummer 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 12-4-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish......................................... 6-0-1/1st Sports Information Director.......................................Stayson Isobe Email.............................................................................. smi28@nau.edu Phone Number................................................................928-523-1017 School Website............................................. www.nauathletics.com

Location............................................................................Cheney, Wash. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity...........EWU Sports and Recreation Center/500 Nickname........................................................................................ Eagles Colors................................................................................ Red and White Head Coach............................................................... George Hageage Record at Eastern Washington..................58-121-5 (11 seasons) Career Record............................................... 61-152-15 (13 seasons) Assistant Coaches....................Julio Morales, Tamara B. Hageage 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 2-14-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish........................................ 2-5-0/7th Sports Information Director..................................... Cara Schlinger Email.....................................................................cschlinger@ewu.edu Phone Number................................................................509-359-6333 School Website....................................................... www.goeags.com

Location.....................................................................Sacramento, Calif. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity....................................................Hornet Field/1,500 Nickname..................................................................................... Hornets Colors..............................................................................Green and Gold Head Coach...................................................................... Randy Dedini Record at Sacramento State......................... 38-27-14 (4 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches...........................Mary Trigg, Jennifer Lawrence 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 9-10-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish.........................................4-3-0/3rd Sports Information Director...........................................Joe Waltasti Email..........................................................................waltasti@csus.edu Phone Number................................................................916-889-6643 School Website............................................www.hornetsports.com

NORTHERN COLORADO

OPPONENTS

GAME 12 Friday • October 7 • 7 pm MST Flagstaff, Ariz. • Lumberjack Stadium

GAME 14 Thursday • October 13 • 4 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

GAME 16 Thursday • October 20 • 5 pm MST Sacramento, Calif. • Hornet Field

GAME 13 Sunday • October 9 • 12 pm MST Greeley, Colo. • Jackson Stadium

MONTANA

GAME 15 Saturday • October 15 • 1 pm MST Pocatello, Idaho • Davis Field

PORTLAND STATE

Location............................................................................. Greeley, Colo. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity........................................... Jackson Stadium/1,860 Nickname.......................................................................................... Bears Colors.................................................................................Blue and Gold Head Coach.......................................................................... Tim Barrera Record at Northern Colorado...............109-101-13 (11 seasons) Career Record.......................................................................169-145-16 Assistant Coaches................................................. Simone Borucinski 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 10-6-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish........................................ 3-2-2/4th Sports Information Director.............................................Zach Bond Email...................................................... bond9697@bears.unco.edu Phone Number............................................................... 970-351-2522 School Website................................................... www.uncbears.com

Location.........................................................................Missoula, Mont. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity............................. South Campus Stadium/1,200 Nickname.....................................................................................Grizzlies Colors.........................................................................Maroon and Silver Head Coach..................................................................... Mark Plakorus Record at Montana........................................................... First Season Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches...................Sophie Clough, Lauren Robertson 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 3-12-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish.......................................2-4-1/t5th Sports Information Director.......................................... Joel Carlson Email......................................................... joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu Phone Number................................................................406-243-5414 School Website......................................................... www.gogriz.com

Location.............................................................................Portland, Ore. Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference....................................................................................Big Sky Facility/Capacity.........................................Hillsboro Stadium/7,600 Nickname.......................................................................................Vikings Colors...............................................................Green, White and Silver Head Coach........................................................................Laura Schott Record at Portland State...................................24-27-9 (3 seasons) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Assistant Coaches..................................................... Melanie Langley 2010 Overall Record.................................................................... 9-10-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish....................................... 5-2-1/2nd Sports Information Director..........................................Ryan McCall Email................................................................... ryan.mccall@pdx.edu Phone Number................................................................503-725-5744 School Website.........................................................www.goviks.com

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2011 Idaho State Soccer Schedule DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME (MST)

Sunday

Aug. 14

CARROLL COLLEGE (EXHIBITION)

Pocatello, Idaho

1:00 pm

Friday

Aug. 19

Southern Utah

Cedar City, Utah

5:00 pm

Tuesday

Aug. 23

NORTHWEST NAZARENE

Pocatello, Idaho

3:00 pm

Friday

Aug. 26

NEVADA-RENO

Pocatello, Idaho

4:00 pm

Tuesday

Aug. 30

BRIGHAM YOUNG

Pocatello, Idaho

4:00 pm

Friday

Sept. 2

Idaho#

Moscow, Idaho

4:30 pm

Sunday

Sept. 4

Boise State#

Moscow, Idaho

11:00 am

Sunday

Sept. 11

Utah State

Logan, Utah

1:00 pm

Friday

Sept. 16

NEW MEXICO STATE

Pocatello, Idaho

4:00 pm

Sunday

Sept. 18

Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

1:00 pm

Thursday

Sept. 22

UTAH VALLEY

Pocatello, Idaho

4:00 pm

Friday

Sept. 30

WEBER STATE*

Pocatello, Idaho

4:00 pm

Friday

Oct. 7

Northern Arizona*

Flagstaff, Ariz.

7:00 pm

Sunday

Oct. 9

Northern Colorado*

Greeley, Colo.

12:00 pm

Thursday

Oct. 13

EASTERN WASHINGTON*

Pocatello, Idaho

4:00 pm

Saturday

Oct. 15

MONTANA*

Pocatello, Idaho

1:00 pm

Thursday

Oct. 20

Sacramento State*

Sacramento, Calif.

5:00 pm

Sunday

Oct. 23

PORTLAND STATE*

Pocatello, Idaho

1:00 pm

Thursday-Saturday

Nov. 3-6

Big Sky Conference Tournament!

TBA

*Denotes Big Sky Conference game, Bold CAPS denotes home game at Davis Field, #Denotes Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup game, ! Denotes regular season champion hosts

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SCHEDULE

TBA


2010 IN REVIEW

2010 in Review

2010 in Review........................................................Page 53 2010 Statistics..........................................................Page 54 Big Sky Conference................................................Page 55 2010 Box Scores............................................... Page 56-58

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2010 Review

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

BIG SKY W L T Pts. 6 0 1 19 5 2 0 15 4 3 0 12 3 2 2 11 2 4 1 7 2 4 1 7 2 5 0 6 1 5 1 4

Northern Arizona^* Portland State* Sacramento State$* Northern Colorado* Montana Weber State Eastern Washington Idaho State

OVERALL W L T 12 4 3 9 10 1 9 10 1 10 6 3 3 12 3 3 15 1 2 14 1 6 11 2

*Clinched spot in Big Sky Tournament ^Regular Season Champion $ Big Sky Tournament Champion

CHAMPIONSHIP (November 7, 2010) (#3) Sacramento State def. (#1) Northern Arizona: 1-0

Name Savannah Abercrombie Lyndsey Martin Aundreaha Martinez Shea Roberts Laura Bahno Brittney Sparks Ariel Cook Jessie Baddley Amanda Dutra Eryn Brown Megan Burg Roxanne Tebbs

HONORABLE MENTION

NCAA COLLEGE CUP - FIRST ROUND (November 12, 2010) (#1) Stanford def. Sacramento State: 3-0

2010 Big Sky Tournament Team

* - Big Sky Tournament MVP

Name Tori Rocke Kristi Andreassen #* Tori Howe Toni Carnovale % Ari Wood Danielle Birdsall Frankie Ross % Leah Larot Kaitlyn Heinsohn Sam Monahan Kimmie Feidler Cori Shreve %

* Unanimous Selection, % Two-Time Selection # Three-Time Selection, $ Four-Time Selection

Position Goalkeeper Defenders Forwards Midfielders

Post Season

Elece McBride* – Sacramento State Leah Larot - Sacramento State Savannah Abercrombie - Sacramento State Laura Bahno - Sacramento State Cori Shreve - Sacramento State Caitlin Pulver – Sacramento State Jenna Samora – Northern Arizona Kristi Andreassen - Northern Arizona Tori Rocke - Northern Arizona Sam Monahan - Northern Arizona Kirstin Salminen - Northern Colorado Eryn Brown – Portland State

Position Goalkeeper Defenders Forwards Midfielders

SECOND TEAM

BIG SKY TOURNAMENT - SEMIFINALS (November 5, 2010) (#3) Sacramento State def. (#2) Portland State: 2-1 (#1) Northern Arizona def. (#4) Northern Colorado: 1-0

Special Awards

2010 Big Sky All-Conference

FIRST TEAM

Position Goalkeeper Defenders Forwards Midfielders

Name Kirstin Salminen Dashia Huff Karissa Henage-Fisher Lauren Hough Courtney Watson Georgia Foltz Olivia Deadmond Laura Wayland Esty Geiger Erin Tarantino Bailey Eames Whitney Brannan Erin Craig India Watne Jenna Samora Chelsea Bednarz Brittany Dunn Elece McBride Lauren Jacobsen Megan Stainbrook Frankie Brady Brenna Boise Brandy Carr Corie McGuire JJ Wykstra Brittany Knott Hannah Kimsey Victoria Ramirez

School Northern Arizona Northern Arizona Northern Arizona Portland State Weber State Northern Colorado Portland State Sacramento State Montana Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Sacramento State

Offensive MVP: Danielle Birdsall, Northern Colorado Defensive MVP: Kristi Andreassen, Northern Arizona Newcomer of the Year: Chelsea Bednarz, Northern Arizona Golden Boot Award: Danielle Birdsall, Northern Colorado (nine points) (player who lead the Big Sky in points collected during league play) Coach of the Year: Randy Dedini, Sacramento State

ISU Academic All-Big Sky Only Idaho State Players

School Sacramento State Eastern Washington Northern Colorado Sacramento State Sacramento State Eastern Washington Northern Colorado Weber State Portland State Portland State Sacramento State Weber State School Northern Colorado Eastern Washington Idaho State Idaho State Montana Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Colorado Portland State Sacramento State Weber State Eastern Washington Montana Montana Northern Arizona Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Sacramento State Eastern Washington Idaho State Montana Northern Arizona Northern Arizona Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Colorado Portland State Sacramento State

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Player Laura Benson Andrea Beseris Tara Bice Alishia Cairl % Alexandria Hansen # Karissa Henage-Fisher $ Lauren Ryan # Allyson Stainbrook Megan Stainbrook # Rachel Strawn Bailey Williams Sarah “Liv” Zabka

Class FR FR FR SO JR SR SR FR JR SO JR FR

Major Undeclared Undeclared Undeclared Undeclared Secondary Education Health Education Sports Management Undeclared Exercise Science Early Childhood Education Mass Communications Undeclared

% Two-Time Selection, # Three-Time Selection, $ Four-Time Selection NOTE: Idaho State’s 12 players named to the Academic All-Big Sky team is a program high.

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2010 REVIEW

Final 2010 Standings


2010 Statistics RECORD: OVERALL ALL GAMES 6-11-2 CONFERENCE 1-5-1 NON-CONFERENCE 5-6-1 Date Aug 20 Aug 22 Aug 27 Aug 29 #Sep 03 #Sep 05 Sep 09 Sep 12 %Sep 16 %Sep 18, Sep 23 Sep 29 *Oct 07 *Oct 09 *Oct 15 *Oct 17 *Oct 21 *Oct 24 *Oct 29

Opponent at #22 Marquette at Loyola Chicago COLLEGE OF IDAHO UTAH STATE IDAHO BOISE STATE SEATTLE SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada vs San Jose State at Utah Valley at #12 Brigham Young NORTHERN ARIZONA NORTHERN COLORADO at Eastern Washington at Montana SACRAMENTO STATE at Portland State at Weber State

HOME 5-2-2 1-1-1 4-1-1

AWAY NEUTRAL 1-8 0-1 0-4 0-0 1-4 0-1

W/L L W W T O2 L W OT W W L L L L T L L L W L L

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

Att. 376 137 639 571 461 453 211 421 128 41 494 2118 527 437 101 327 470 218 413

2010 STATISTICS

* Denotes Big Sky Game # Denotes Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup (Pocatello, ID) % Denotes Wolf Pack Invitational (Reno, NV)

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

ISU 17-195 0.89 .087 81-195 .415 10.3 73 1-1 21 0 4190 9/466 1/41

OPP 34-291 1.79 .117 140-291 .481 15.3 89 2-3

## 18 21 12 8 4 9 14 24 17 25 3 16 7 13 6 27 20 15 28 22 10 19 26 23

PLAYER Strawn, Rachel Godfrey, Kiley Jones, Ashley Perez, Laura Powell, Taylor Ryan, Lauren Stainbrook, Allyson Hough, Lauren Bice, Tara Cairl, Alishia Hansen, Alex Kendrick, Randi Stainbrook, Megan Beseris, Andrea Zabka, Liv Pingree, Anna Olson, Morgan Godfrey, Kelsea Benson, Laura Henage-FisherKarissa Oliveira, Donya Brogan, Benicia May, Ashley M. Williams, Bailey TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP 19 19 17 18 19 19 16 17 15 19 17 8 19 14 15 14 19 19 19 19 3 5 4 16 19 19

G 2 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 34

A 5 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 25

## 1 23

GOALKEEPERS Hutchings, Carly Williams, Bailey TOTALS OPPONENTS

GP 9 16 19 19

MIN. 483:23 1233:00 1716:23 1716:23

Pts 9 8 6 6 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 93 GA 9 25 34 17

Sh 26 8 16 11 15 35 10 9 6 2 7 0 16 11 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 195 291

Shot% .077 .375 .188 .182 .133 .029 .100 .111 .167 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .087 .117

GA AVG 1.68 1.82 1.78 0.89

SOG 13 4 5 6 6 14 4 5 2 2 2 0 5 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 81 140 SAVES 29 73 106 64

SOG% .500 .500 .312 .545 .400 .400 .400 .556 .333 1.000 .286 .000 .312 .636 .167 .250 .333 .333 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .415 .481 PCT .763 .745 .757 .790

GW 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 11

PK-AT 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-3

W-L-T 1-3-0 5-8-2 6-11-2 11-6-2

SHUTOUTS 1 3 4 10

GOALS BY PERIOD Idaho State Opponents

1st 8 12

2nd 8 22

OT 1 0

OT2 0 0

Total 17 34

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Idaho State Opponents

1st 31 42

2nd 38 46

OT 1 1

OT2 3 0

Total 73 89

12 0

SHOTS BY PERIOD Idaho State Opponents

1st 95 139

2nd 94 150

OT 5 0

OT2 1 2

Total 195 291

FOULS BY PERIOD Idaho State Opponents

1st 104 68

2nd 103 71

OT 1 3

OT2 2 2

Total 210 144

4312 9/479

SAVES BY PERIOD Idaho State Opponents

1st 56 34

2nd 49 30

OT 0 0

OT2 1 0

Total 106 64

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The Big Sky Conference

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Big Sky Address

P.O. Box 1459 2491 Washington Blvd., Suite 201 Ogden, UT 84401

Phone Numbers Phone: 801-392-1978 Fax: 801-392-5568

Website

“www.bigskyconf.com”

Staff

Commissioner........................................................Doug Fullerton dfullerton@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 10 Associate Commissioner............................................. Ron Loghry rloghry@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 14 Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations......................... Jon Kasper jkasper@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 16 Asst. Commissioner/Compliance........................ Jaynee Nadolski jnadolski@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 15 Marketing................................................................. Tanner Gooch tgooch@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 17 Asst. Media Relations............................................... Alyssa Askew aaskew@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 12 Administrative Assistant..................................... Janet Carpenter jcarpenter@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 10 Business Manager...................................................Christy Hatley chatley@bigskyconference.org 801-392-1978, Ext. 13

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BIG SKY CONFERENCE

The Big Sky Conference spanning from the Pacific Ocean enters its 49th year of to the Rocky Mountain Front. The athletic competition in Big Sky is represented along the 2011-12. The Big Sky entire west coast with schools in is an NCAA Division I Washington, Oregon and California. member in all sports, League schools also range up and with member institutions down the Rocky Mountains with classified in the institutions in Montana, Idaho, Football Championship Utah, Arizona and now Colorado. Subdivision (formally IOf the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only AA). The Big Sky returned one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. to a nine-team format in On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents 2006 with the addition of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name of the University of Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Northern Colorado after Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former spending five years as an Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the eight-member league. Treasure State, and Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review The current lineup called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State*, in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and and Weber State. The league has become one of the strongest Division I women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball conferences in the West and is a national leader in I-AA football. and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State* and Weber The 2007-08 season will mark the 20th year that the Big Sky Conference State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league with the addition of Eastern Washington. for both men and women. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 his 12th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, Boise State and Idaho replacing longtime left and at the same commissioner time the conference Ron Stephenson. added Portland Stephenson served State, Sacramento the league for State and Cal State 14 years. Steve Northridge. The Big Belko was the Sky maintained nine commissioner from teams for five years 1977-81 while John before Cal State Roning held the Northridge departed post from 1971in the spring of 2001. 77. The first league Doug Fullerton Ron Loghry Jon Kasper Jaynee Nadolski With the addition of commissioner was Commissioner Associate Asst. Commissioner/ Asst. Commissioner/ Northern Colorado, Jack Friel, who served Commissioner Media Relations Compliance the Big Sky spreads from 1963-71. across seven states


2010 Box Scores Marquette

Sh SOG 0

# Goalkeepers 23 Williams, Bailey 1 Hutchings, Carly TM TEAM Shots by period Idaho State Marquette

0

G -

A Min - 66 - 60 - 78 - 45 - 63 - 90 - 66 - 68 - 90 - 62 - 83

0

0

Min GA 66:09 3 23:51 2 0:00 0

Pos # gk 0 mf 2 d 3 mf 5 d 8 f 12 d 15 mf 17 f 18 d 25 mf 27

24 28 11 22 24 30 61

Saves 11 1 1

4 7 9 10 11 16 19 20 22 23 24 26 28

# 0

Player KULLA, Natalie VICTOR, Julia MILLER, Ally MALONE-POVOLNY, R. HISHMEH, Katie PAGE, Lindsey THUT, Lauren BROWN, Rachel SLOAN, Rachael McBRIDE, Kerry ACREE, Lauren -- Substitutes -KELLY, Maegen PHILBIN, Lisa JACOBSON, Cara REIGLE, Kate MADIGAN, Taylor JASKOWIAK, Megan JACOBSON, Emily LAURENZI, Kristi VICKER, Sam SMITH, Carly JANECEK, Emily TEDESCO, Erin BARES, Ashley Totals

Goalkeepers KULLA, Natalie

Total 0 5

Sh SOG 4 2 2 1 3 1 4 1 3 3 3 1 2 1

G 1 2 -

A Min - 90 - 48 - 49 1 51 - 73 - 42 2 62 - 31 - 53 1 73 - 40

1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 35

1 1 5

4

1 1 1 1 1 3 18

Min GA 90:00 0

1 0 21

2 0 14

Total 0 35

Saves by period Idaho State Marquette

1 9 0

2 4 0

Total 13 0

1 0 8

2 0 4

Total 0 12

Fouls Idaho State Marquette

1 7 3

2 2 4

Total 9 7

Corner kicks Idaho State Marquette

25 21 28 43 42 28 45 39 18 14 3 25 48

Saves 0

College of Idaho (Exhibition) vs. Idaho State (2-1, BSC 0-0) Date: Aug 27, 2010 • Attendance: 639 Weather: Sunny and warm

Goals by period College of Idaho Idaho State

College of Idaho

Idaho State

Player Sh SOG HARDEGREE-ULLMAN, K BIGELOW, Kayla EGERMAN, Macy 2 1 OLSON, Kirsten MOURITSEN, Erika 2 1 HEFFNER, Chelsea 1 1 REICHEL, Jamie AYALA, Jessica HAWKINS, Justine CULVER, Taylor PATTON, Jessica -- Substitutes -7 HUTTASH, Jordan 12 HICKS, Sarah 15 MORGAN, Devhan 18 BOYCE, Amanda Totals 5 3

Pos # gk 00 mf 2 f 3 d 4 f 5 mf 9 f 16 mf 17 d 20 mf 22 d 25

# 00

Goalkeepers HARDEGREE-ULLMAN, Ke

No.

Time Team 17:21 MARQ 55:43 MARQ

Goal scorer MALONE-POVOLNY, R. (1) SLOAN, Rachael (1)

Assist THUT, Lauren MALONE-POVOLNY, R.

3.

62:30 MARQ

SLOAN, Rachael (2)

McBRIDE, Kerry

4. 5.

69:13 MARQ 72:50 MARQ

MADIGAN, Taylor (1) REIGLE, Kate (1)

THUT, Lauren (unassisted)

1. 2.

2010 BOX SCORES

8 13 16 19 21 25

# 23

Player Williams, Bailey Powell, Taylor Zabka, Liv Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Godfrey, Kelsea Bice, Tara Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Benson, Laura -- Substitutes -Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Kendrick, Randi Brogan, Benicia Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Totals

1 1 5

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

1 1 3

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 61 - 90 - 90 - 57 - 90 - 73 1 78 - 90 - 53 - 60

1 2

1 2

header from corner kick far post rosie drew keeper out w/ a feed to sloan. Sloan knocked it in open net McBride on target where Sloan knocked it in on t post

Min GA 90:00 1

Saves 4

Pos # gk 1 2 6 8 10 11 13 18 22 24 33 7 9 14 16 19 23 27

# 1

Goalkeepers GROESCH, Katie

1 2 5

2 3 9

Total 5 14

Saves by period Idaho State Loyola Chicago

Corner kicks Idaho State Loyola Chicago

1 0 1

2 1 1

Total 1 2

Fouls Idaho State Loyola Chicago

No.

1 1 0

Player GROESCH, Katie STOKES, Chelsie ROUFUS, Allie PAPIERSKI, Kristin STONEBRAKER, Tricia STATON, Nikki BROWN, Alex DOE, Maggie HUBLY, Jessie OLSEN, Maggie FUNK, Ashley -- Substitutes -MICHELINI, Ana Claud MORAWSKI, Cara PONTICELLO, Leah PAPIERSKI, Lauren AMBROSE, Amelia WIESE, Claire KEHOE, Erin Totals

Shots by period Idaho State Loyola Chicago

Scoring summary: 1.

Time Team 42:34 ISU

Goal scorer Cairl, Alishia

Assist Perez, Laura

2. 3.

78:35 ISU 79:02 LUC

Powell, Taylor PAPIERSKI, Kristin (1)

Strawn, Rachel Penalty kick

# 23 1

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey Hutchings, Carly

1 1 2 2 1 2 1 13

1 1 1 4

1 1 4

1 2 1 1 1 7

Min GA 45:00 0 45:00 1 1 3 1

2 0 1

Total 3 2

Corner kicks College of Idaho Idaho State

1 3 8

2 1 2

Total 4 10

Fouls College of Idaho Idaho State

1 3 5

2 2 6

Total 5 11

45 45 38 27 41 36 46 37 52 32 14 42

Saves 1 1

Goals by period Idaho Idaho State

Idaho

Idaho State

Player Boyden, Liz San, Cassandra Breen, Chelsie Pimley, Amber Flockhart, Jill Small, Chelsea Wilson, Breanna Lopez, Megan Zuniga, Nitalia Layton, Lauren Hart, Erica -- Substitutes -3 Canite, Melissa 19 Boddie, Christina 25 Corney, Kelsey Totals

Pos # gk 4 mf 5 d 8 mf 9 mf 12 f 14 mf 16 mf 20 d 21 d 22 mf 24

# 4

Goalkeepers Boyden, Liz

Shots by period Idaho Idaho State Corner kicks Idaho Idaho State

Scoring summary:

Time Team 8:50 ISU 23:25 ISU 32:13 ISU 78:53 CI 87:50 ISU

Goal scorer Strawn, Rachel (1) Bice, Tara (1) Perez, Laura (1) EGERMAN, Macy (1) Godfrey, Kiley (1)

Assist Ryan, Lauren Strawn, Rachel Godfrey, Kiley (unassisted) Perez, Laura

1. 2. 3.

Description

5 yards out to the right of keeper off corner kick Header past keeper off a cross Scroed six yards out 20 yards out over keeper's head Cross from Perez

G 1 1 -

A Min - 90 - 90 - 90 - 90 1 90 - 90 - 69 - 64 - 90 - 90 - 40

1 14

2

1

10

Min GA 90:00 1

Pos # gk 23 f 4 d 6 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 mf 22 mf 27

26 12 59

Saves 4

3 8 13 14 16 17 21 24 25 28

# 23

Player Williams, Bailey Powell, Taylor Zabka, Liv Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -Hansen, Alex Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Kendrick, Randi Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Hough, Lauren Cairl, Alishia Benson, Laura Totals

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

2 0 0

Total 2 1

Sh SOG 1 2 1 2 1 1 -

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 59 - 18 - 74 - 56 - 54 - 84 - 38 - 73 - 64 - 28

2 1 2 2 1 14

1

0

1 2 5

Min GA 90:00 2

1 9 10

2 5 4

Total 14 14

Saves by period Idaho Idaho State

1 2 5

2 2 3

Total 4 8

1 0 4

2 0 0

Total 0 4

Fouls Idaho Idaho State

1 3 5

2 1 7

Total 4 12

Goal scorer Lopez, Megan (2) Jones, Ashley (1) Small, Chelsea (2)

Assist Flockhart, Jill (unassisted) (unassisted)

43 34 36 37 45 16 37 54 25 44

Saves 8

Seattle (4-3-0) vs. Idaho State (4-2-1) Date: Sep 09, 2010 • Attendance: 211 Weather: Cool, 65 degrees

Goals by period Seattle Idaho State

Seattle

Idaho State

Player Goverde, Madison Salisbury, Jordan Kuttler, Kara Riozzi, Kassandra Norquist, Carlee Hill, Nance Besagno, Julia Munechika, Lauren Escalera, Monique Levy, Emma Hill, Mary -- Substitutes -4 Thomas, Heather 5 Ames, Ava 6 Anderson, Shawna 9 Prati, Kat 23 Vandermause, Renee Totals

Pos # gk 0 d 1 f 3 mf 7 mf 8 d 10 mf 12 d 15 mf 16 f 21 d 22

# 0

Goalkeepers Goverde, Madison

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 90 - 39 - 47 - 77 - 90 - 90 - 32 - 74 - 32 - 90

1 1 1 13

1

1 1

1 1 1 8

Min GA 90:00 2

Pos # gk 23 f 4 d 7 f 9 mf 12 f 14 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24

55 58 39 16 72

Saves 0

3 6 8 13 16 17 21 25 27 28

# 23

1 0 1

Player Williams, Bailey Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Stainbrook, Allyson Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren -- Substitutes -Hansen, Alex Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Kendrick, Randi Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Pingree, Anna Benson, Laura Totals

2 1 1

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 8

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

1 1 2

Total 1 2

G -

A Min - 90 - 42 - 82 - 15 - 68 - 21 - 90 1 65 - 90 - 76 - 49

1 1 2

1 2

Min GA 90:00 1

Shots by period Seattle Idaho State

1 6 3

2 7 5

Total 13 8

Saves by period Seattle Idaho State

1 0 3

2 0 4

Total 0 7

Corner kicks Seattle Idaho State

1 6 2

2 2 1

Total 8 3

Fouls Seattle Idaho State

1 5 5

2 4 8

Total 9 13

Scoring summary:

Description

Sh SOG 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 -

No.

20 yards out, punch to top left corner. 35 yards out over keepers head. beat keeper 1 yard out, shot to the right.

1.

Time Team 42:50 ISU

Goal scorer Perez, Laura (2)

Assist Kendrick, Randi

2. 3.

62:19 SU 77:49 ISU

Salisbury, Jordan (1) Godfrey, Kiley (2)

Thomas, Heather Strawn, Rachel

27 39 30 42 15 20 40 21 26 44

Saves 7

Description off short pass from ISU's Kendrick over keeper's head shot to right of keeper, 2 yards out hit the crossbar, fell down and rolled into the goal.

Cautions and ejections: YC-UI #19 (89:03) Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #23 (85:38); YC-ISU #8 (86:14)

Win-Boyden, Liz (2-2-0). Loss-Williams, Bailey (2-2-1). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Jeff Arthurholtz; Asst. Referee: Mark Oliver; Alex Jones; Alt. Official: Jason Hutchinson; Timekeeper: Deividas Busma; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Idaho 2, Idaho State 3. Game 2 of Governor's Cup

Cautions and ejections: YC-CI #12 (29:24) Win-Williams, Bailey (2-1). Loss-HARDEGREE-ULLMAN, Ke (0-1). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Chris Watts; Asst. Referee: Alex Jones; Peter Stilling; Alt. Official: Bob Arnold; Timekeeper: Nicolette Dresback; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: College of Idaho 1, Idaho State 0.

Time Team 10:37 UI 14:44 ISU 22:56 UI

Sh SOG 7 6 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 -

1 2 1

Win-Williams, Bailey (4-2-1). Loss-Goverde, Madison (4-3-0). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Thomas Baker; Asst. Referee: Tim Jelke; Alex Jones; Alt. Official: Bob Arnold; Timekeeper: Nicolette Dresback; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Seattle 3, Idaho State 0. 100th Program Victory!

Official's signature

Official's signature

Official's signature

Official's signature

Loyola Chicago

28 20 8 29 34 57

Saves 3

A Min - 56 - 25 - 60 - 54 1 55 - 25 - 75 1 54 - 74 - 44 - 23

Saves by period College of Idaho Idaho State

Description

Goals by period Idaho State Loyola Chicago

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 -

1 3 8 10 13 17 19 21 24 25 26 27

G 1 -

Idaho (2-2-0) vs. Idaho State (2-2-1) Date: Sep 03, 2010 • Attendance: 461 Weather: Sunny and warm 74 degrees

No.

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Utah State vs Idaho State (Aug 29, 2010 at Pocatello, ID) 2 1 1

Sh SOG 1 3 3 3 4 2 -

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 90 - 90 - 81 - 79 - 52 - 61 - 90 - 52 - 56 - 90

1 1 1 14

1

0

5

Min GA 90:00 2 1 3 0

2 1 1

Total 4 1

1 11 2

2 10 4

Total 21 6

9 37 1 45 28 0 39

Saves 1

Utah State (2-0-1) vs. Idaho State (2-1-1) Date: Aug 29, 2010 • Attendance: 571 Weather: 57 degrees clear

Utah State Pos # gk 0 d 2 mf 3 f 7 f 15 f 17 d 19 d 20 mf 21 f 24 mf 33 5 6 13 16 22 23

# 0

Player Merrill, Molli Crosland, Katie Shiozaki, Stefani Flanary, Shantel Miyashiro, Mari Hansen, Lauren Norris, Natalie Tillotson, Summer Pond, Heather Sanchez, Marissa Salmon, Chandra -- Substitutes -Pemberton, Kendra Lundquist, Libby Montgomery, Kami Sperry, Chelsie Larsen, Ellen Hoskin, Jessica Totals

Goalkeepers Merrill, Molli

Goals by period Utah State Idaho State

Sh SOG 2 3 2 3 2 5 4 1 1 1 1 -

G -

A -

1 17

0

0

9

Min GA 110:00 0

1 0 0

Idaho State Min

Pos # gk 23 f 4 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 mf 27

110 110 94 110 87 85 110 110 82 93 110 35 28 0 10 8 28

3 6 8 13 14 17 21 25 28

Saves 2

Player Williams, Bailey Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -Hansen, Alex Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Benson, Laura Totals

# Goalkeepers 23 Williams, Bailey TM TEAM

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Boise State vs Idaho State (Sep 05, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

2 OT O2 0 0 0 0 0 0

received ball from top of box, scored from 10 yards out Received pass from #18 in box, beat GK far post

Total 0 0

Sh SOG 1 1 2 1 1 1 -

G -

A Min - 110 - 79 - 92 - 31 - 98 - 110 - 80 - 110 - 63 - 65 - 57

1 2 1 2 1 13

0

0

1 2

Min GA 110:00 0 0:00 0

43 63 25 40 29 35 45 9 27

Saves 7 2

Shots by period Utah State Idaho State

1 4 7

2 OT O2 11 0 2 2 3 1

Total 17 13

Saves by period Utah State Idaho State

1 2 2

2 OT O2 0 0 0 6 0 1

Total 2 9

Corner kicks Utah State Idaho State

1 1 1

2 OT O2 6 0 0 5 1 3

Total 7 10

Fouls Utah State Idaho State

1 3 3

2 OT O2 7 2 2 3 1 2

Total 14 9

Description

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team

Boise State (2-4-0) vs. Idaho State (3-2-1) Date: Sep 05, 2010 • Attendance: 453 Weather: Sunny, 66 degrees, bursts of strong wind

Goals by period Boise State Idaho State

Boise State

Idaho State

Pos # gk 1 mf 2 d 3 d 9 d 10 mf 12 f 16 mf 17 mf 20 d 24 d 25 5 6 14 18 19 26 27 29

Player Ruiz, Liz Walsh, Ashley Roberts, Lindsay Hickok, Lauren Nader, Mandy Wolverton, Rebe Parks, Erica Oehring, Katy Robinson, Chelsea Hendrix, Malia Favatella, Brianne -- Substitutes -Hughes, Tylyn Garcia, Gabby Neimann, Kallie Hall, Tiffany Montoya, Serena Lucas, Kati Harris, Ebie Hruby, Ashley Totals

Assist

Description

Utah State-Merrill, Molli (2-0-1). Idaho State-Williams, Bailey (2-1-1). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Alex Jones; Asst. Referee: Bob Arnold; Peter Stilling; Alt. Official: Mark Oliver; Timekeeper: Elizabeth Kidd; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Utah State 1, Idaho State 3.

1 1 8

1 4

G -

A Min - 94 - 53 - 94 - 94 - 78 - 44 - 75 - 54 - 85 - 70 - 54

0

0

Min GA 93:52 1 0:00 0

Pos # gk 23 f 3 f 4 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24

41 16 40 0 24 30 45 43

Saves 3 1

6 8 13 14 17 21 25 28

# 23

1 0 0

Player Williams, Bailey Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren -- Substitutes -Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Benson, Laura Totals

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Southern Utah vs Idaho State (Sep 12, 2010 at Pocatello, ID) 2 0 0

Total 0 1

Sh SOG 2 1 2 1 4 3 1 1 -

G 1 -

A Min - 94 - 53 - 56 - 94 - 72 - 75 - 94 - 75 - 79 - 78 - 69

1 1 13

1

1 1 2

1 5

Min GA 93:52 0

2 OT 2 0 8 2

Total 8 13

Saves by period Boise State Idaho State

1 0 3

2 OT 4 0 1 0

Total 4 4

Corner kicks Boise State Idaho State

1 1 0

2 OT 3 1 4 0

Total 5 4

Fouls Boise State Idaho State

1 5 6

2 OT 5 1 3 0

Total 11 9

1.

Time Team 93:52 ISU

Goal scorer Strawn, Rachel (2)

Assist Godfrey, Kiley Stainbrook, Allyson

Win-Williams, Bailey (3-2-1). Loss-Ruiz, Liz (2-4-0). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Robbie Burnett; Asst. Referee: Jeff Arthurholt; Alex Jones; Alt. Official: Peter Stilling; Timekeeper: Elizabeth Kidd; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Boise State 3, Idaho State 2. Fourth Game of Governor's Cup

19 49 49 51 10 4 6 6

Saves 4

1 6 3

Description #14 crossed, #21 settled, Strawn beat defender, scored lower right.

Cautions and ejections:

Official's signature

OT 0 1

Shots by period Boise State Idaho State

No.

Goal scorer

Sh SOG 1 1 1 2 2 2 -

# Goalkeepers 1 Ruiz, Liz TM TEAM

Scoring summary:

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #3 (95:07)

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #20 (28:01); YC-ISU #6 (44:34); YC-LUC #TM (88:58); YC-ISU #7 (88:58) Win-Williams, Bailey (1-1). Loss-GROESCH, Katie (0-2). Stadium: Loyola Soccer Park Officials: Referee: Peter Manikowski; Asst. Referee: Peter Balciunas; Ramiro Talevera; Scorer: Shaggy; Offsides: Idaho State 5, Loyola Chicago 0. *Loyola yellow card was on Assistant, Brian Rigby.

Total 2 1

GAME #4

GAME #2

Pos # gk 23 f 4 d 6 d 7 f 9 f 15 mf 17 f 18 d 20 d 22 mf 28

Min GA 90:00 4

22 26 55 31

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 -

Total 5 13

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Loyola Chicago (Aug 22, 2010 at Chicago, Ill.)

Idaho State

0

Player Williams, Bailey Powell, Taylor Zabka, Liv Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Benson, Laura -- Substitutes -Hutchings, Carly Hansen, Alex Perez, Laura Oliveira, Donya Beseris, Andrea Bice, Tara Brogan, Benicia Godfrey, Kiley Hough, Lauren Cairl, Alishia May, Ashley M. Pingree, Anna Totals

2 4 4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Cautions and ejections:

Idaho State (1-1-0) vs. Loyola Chicago (0-2-0) Date: Aug 22, 2010 • Attendance: 137 Weather: Sunny skies, high of 80

1

Pos # gk 23 f 4 d 6 d 7 f 9 mf 12 f 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 mf 28

Total 1 4

1 1 9

Scoring summary:

from 30 yards out far post

Win-KULLA, Natalie (1-0-0). Loss-Williams, Bailey (0-1-0). Stadium: Valley Fields Officials: Referee: Mahmood Darvish; Asst. Referee: Lance Reisen; Barrett Britt; Alt. Official: Eric Bertun; Timekeeper: Chris Gaulke; Scorer: Amy Ufnowski; Offsides: Idaho State 0, Marquette 0.

A Min - 90 - 90 - 43 - 90 - 80 - 70 - 64 - 71 - 90 - 54 - 90

2 1 1

Shots by period College of Idaho Idaho State

No.

Scoring summary:

G 1 -

1 0 3

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Seattle vs Idaho State (Sep 09, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

Official's signature

Goals by period Southern Utah Idaho State

Southern Utah (2-2-1) vs. Idaho State (5-2-1) Date: Sep 12, 2010 • Attendance: 421 Weather: Sunny and warm

Southern Utah Pos # gk 1 f 4 mf 5 f 6 f 7 mf 8 mf 9 mf 10 mf 11 d 16 d 17

GAME #8

1 8 13 16 19 21 25

Player Williams, Bailey Powell, Taylor Zabka, Liv Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Godfrey, Kelsea Bice, Tara Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Benson, Laura -- Substitutes -Hutchings, Carly Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Kendrick, Randi Brogan, Benicia Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Totals

2 0 4

GAME #6

GAME #1

Pos # gk 23 f 4 d 6 d 7 f 9 d 15 d 17 mf 18 d 20 d 22 f 28

1 0 1

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho vs Idaho State (Sep 03, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

GAME #7

Goals by period Idaho State Marquette

Idaho State

GAME #3

Idaho State (0-1-0) vs. Marquette (1-0-0) Date: Aug 20, 2010 • Attendance: 376 Weather:

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook College of Idaho vs Idaho State (Aug 27, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

GAME #5

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs #22 Marquette (Aug 20, 2010 at Milwaukee, Wis.)

2 12 14 19 20 23

# 1

Player Charly Booth McKenzie Hadley Elyse Alexander Missy Lazcano Stacey Brinkman Katie Saxton Morgan Bridge Riley Bassett Michelle Judd Rachel Krenzer Allyson Duda -- Substitutes -Nikki Packham Kally Barker Erin Wright Emily Belnap Sabrina Hernandez Shelby Ostler Totals

Goalkeepers Charly Booth

Shots by period Southern Utah Idaho State Corner kicks Southern Utah Idaho State

Scoring summary: No.

Sh SOG 3 2 3 2 5 1 -

G 1 1 -

A Min - 90 - 65 - 59 - 45 - 60 - 32 1 90 - 90 - 60 - 90 - 90

1 1 15

1 3

1

1 1 5

Min GA 90:00 4

Idaho State Pos # gk 23 f 3 f 4 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24

29 42 35 58 30 25

Saves 8

6 8 13 14 16 17 21 25 27 28

# 23

Player Williams, Bailey Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren -- Substitutes -Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Kendrick, Randi Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Pingree, Anna Benson, Laura Totals

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

2 0 11 Idaho S tate S occer MedIa Guide

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2 3 2

Total 3 4

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 4 3 3 2 2 1 2 2

G 1 2 1

A Min - 90 1 48 - 48 - 77 1 62 - 52 - 90 - 58 - 90 - 90 - 55

1 1 1 16

4

2

1 1 12

Min GA 90:00 3

1 5 11

2 10 5

Total 15 16

Saves by period Southern Utah Idaho State

1 6 0

2 2 2

Total 8 2

1 2 1

2 6 3

Total 8 4

Fouls Southern Utah Idaho State

1 3 6

2 4 10

Total 7 16

1. 2.

Time Team 5:30 ISU 8:21 ISU

Goal scorer Jones, Ashley (2) Powell, Taylor (2)

Assist Hansen, Alex Ryan, Lauren

3. 4. 5.

46:43 ISU 53:08 SUU 77:51 SUU

Hough, Lauren (1) Emily Belnap (1) McKenzie Hadley (1)

(unassisted) (unassisted) Morgan Bridge

6. 7.

78:51 ISU 85:56 SUU

Jones, Ashley (3) Riley Bassett (6)

Penalty kick Penalty kick

Description

28 24 35 34 5 19 31 14 24 18

Saves 2

Hansen flip throw, Jones header into goal Ryan's shot hit crossbar fell down, Powell finishes into goal off a defender 4 yards out 40 yards out deep beat defender and keeper, shot slipt between the two, shot to right

Cautions and ejections: YC-SUU #17 (54:53) Win-Williams, Bailey (5-2-1). Loss-Charly Booth (2-2-1). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Robert Burnett; Asst. Referee: Franz Hoogland; Hank Brotzman; Alt. Official: Alex Jones; Timekeeper: Deividas Busma; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Southern Utah 2, Idaho State 3.

Official's signature

1 0 2

Official's signature


2010 Statistics Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Nevada (Sep 16, 2010 at Reno, Nev.)

Nevada

GAME #9

Pos # gk 23 f 3 f 4 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 1 6 8 13 14 17 21 25 27 28

# 23 1

Player Williams, Bailey Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren -- Substitutes -Hutchings, Carly Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia Pingree, Anna Benson, Laura Totals

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey Hutchings, Carly

Sh SOG 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2

G -

A Min - 68 - 44 - 28 - 90 - 50 - 73 - 90 - 79 - 69 - 74 - 59

1 2 11

0

0

1 1 8

Min GA 68:16 2 21:44 0

Player Cove, Marie Smith, Erin Green, Danielle Allen, Annabelle Erickson, Jill Larot, Raylene Drummond, Cristen Ratnavira, Natalie Stott, Ellie Broome, Kesia Braman, Lauren -- Substitutes -2 Schmeda, Sarah 4 Voss, Sarah 6 Dominguez, Aleina 12 Crump, Chivon 17 Terranova, Joanne 26 Disarunfino, Kori Totals

Pos # gk 1 3 7 9 14 15 16 18 19 20 22

22 21 62 27 23 40 28 8 5 31

Saves 0 0

1 0 0

# 1

Goalkeepers Cove, Marie

2 0 2

Total 0 2

Sh SOG 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 -

G 1 1 -

A Min - 90 - 90 - 90 - 90 1 69 - 44 1 82 - 69 - 70 - 66 - 90

11

2

2

2

Min GA 90:00 0

Shots by period Idaho State Nevada

1 6 6

2 5 5

Total 11 11

Saves by period Idaho State Nevada

1 0 4

2 0 4

Total 0 8

Corner kicks Idaho State Nevada

1 3 3

2 5 2

Total 8 5

Fouls Idaho State Nevada

1 4 2

2 6 2

Total 10 4

38 24 43 13 3 16

Saves 8

Idaho State (5-5-1) vs. Utah Valley (3-5-0) Date: Sep 23, 2010 • Attendance: 494 Weather: Sunny, Breezy 70's

Goals by period Idaho State Utah Valley

Idaho State

Utah Valley

Pos # gk 23 7 9 12 14 15 18 20 21 22 24 3 4 8 13 17 25 27 28

# 23

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

Shots by period Idaho State Utah Valley

No.

Time Team 60:20 NEV 65:40 NEV

1. 2.

Goal scorer Larot, Raylene (1) Ratnavira, Natalie (1)

Assist (unassisted) Drummond, Cristen Erickson, Jill

Scoring summary:

Description

G -

A Min - 90 - 90 - 66 - 65 - 45 - 70 - 72 - 90 - 64 - 84 - 90

1 1 2 1 10

0

0

1 4

Min GA 90:00 2

Player Lauren Sack Camille Broderick Katey Turner Kendra Buchanan Lauren Bluth Regan Clifford Andi Bagdan Danielle Anderson Taryn Eldredge Nicole Spencer Brianne Larsen -- Substitutes -5 Whitney Fuller 7 Kaitlyn Thomas 8 Lexi Dunn 18 Sara Walker 20 Kelsey Cook 25 Ashley Burdett Totals

Pos # gk 1 2 3 4 6 11 13 14 15 17 23

15 32 18 24 35 7 10 24

Saves 3

# 1

# 1

Goalkeepers Maiwald, Meghan

Sh SOG 4 3 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1

G 1 1 1

A Min - 47 - 36 - 35 - 47 - 65 2 32 - 47 - 31 - 30 - 40 - 26

2 1 1 15

1 4

2

1 1 9

Min GA 90:00 1

Idaho State Pos # gk 23 f 3 f 4 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 mf 24

34 23 8 21 42 54 24 19 48 20 17

Saves 1

1 6 8 13 14 16 17 19 21 25 26 27 28

# 23 1

Player Williams, Bailey Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren -- Substitutes -Hutchings, Carly Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Kendrick, Randi Bice, Tara Brogan, Benicia Godfrey, Kiley Cairl, Alishia May, Ashley M. Pingree, Anna Benson, Laura Totals

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey Hutchings, Carly

2 3 1

1 1 2

Total 4 1

G -

A Min - 45 - 26 - 68 - 32 - 52 - 62 - 35 - 88 - 62 - 33 1 57

1 1

1

Min GA 45:00 1 45:00 3

Shots by period San Jose State Idaho State

1 6 3

2 9 2

Total 15 5

Saves by period San Jose State Idaho State

1 1 4

2 0 1

Total 1 5

Corner kicks San Jose State Idaho State

1 1 0

2 3 1

Total 4 1

Fouls San Jose State Idaho State

1 0 3

2 2 3

Total 2 6

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Time Team 2:47 SJSU 53:56 SJSU 60:12 ISU 61:01 SJSU 76:45 SJSU

Goal scorer Knopp, Katie (2) Sanchez, Lauren (2) Godfrey, Kiley (3) Ingram, Jessica (2) Molina, Megan (2)

Assist Lord, Kelsey Lord, Kelsey Hough, Lauren (unassisted) (unassisted)

Description

45 58 31 21 57 50 43 43 21 22 43 43 42

Saves 4 1

Pass inside six yard box, re-direction into net Header off corner kick Through ball, shot top left corner Shot from 51 yards, free kick Rebound, shot from ten yards

Cautions and ejections: YC-SJSU #19 (8:00); YC-ISU #15 (63:26) Win-Maiwald, Meghan (4-5-0). Loss-Williams, Bailey (5-4-1). Stadium: Mackay Stadium Officials: Referee: Ali Mohebbi; Asst. Referee: Shawn Stimpson; Scott Nelson; Alt. Official: Woody Wright; Timekeeper: Scott Saibini; Scorer: Nick Saccomanno; Offsides: San Jose State 1, Idaho State 5.

Min GA 90:00 0

2 3 2

Total 6 2

Fouls Idaho State Utah Valley

1 6 2

2 3 3

Total 9 5

1.

Time Team 4:57 UVU

Goal scorer Regan Clifford (1)

Assist Katey Turner

2.

89:53 UVU

Nicole Spencer (2)

(unassisted)

44 22 13 28 60 14

Saves 4

Description Turner break away and through ball to Clifford for finish. 17 up right side off takeaway, 10 yards out middl of goal

Official's signature

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs #12 Brigham Young (Sep 29, 2010 at Provo, UT)

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 1 5

1

1 3 0

Official's signature

Goals by period Idaho State Brigham Young

Idaho State (5-6-1) vs. Brigham Young (9-1-1) Date: Sep 29, 2010 • Attendance: 2118 Weather:

Idaho State Pos # gk 23 d 7 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 f 21 d 22 d 24 mf 25

GAME #12

3 4 5 10 15 17 20 21 22 23 27

Player Maiwald, Meghan Knopp, Katie Martin, Amanda Santoro, Angela Furner, Shanelle Lord, Kelsey Ingram, Jessica Jimenez, Alex Santacruz, Kayla Haughey, Michelle Sanchez, Lauren -- Substitutes -Johnston, Kim Fraser, Sarah Costan, Kelsey Bales, Stephanie Ng-Pinkerton, Lauren Molina, Megan Righetti, Stephanie Cullen, Krista Kute, Cheryl Phan, Helen Esquivias, Maria Totals

2

5

Total 3 4

Win-Lauren Sack (2-2-0). Loss-Williams, Bailey (5-5-1). Stadium: Clyde Field Officials: Referee: Alex Krelo; Asst. Referee: Hamed Sadeghi; Philip Parish; Alt. Official: Kory Parker; Timekeeper: Steve Percell; Scorer: Ryan Oaks; Offsides: Idaho State 0, Utah Valley 4.

Pos # gk 1 6 8 9 12 14 16 18 19 24 26

1 2 17

2 1 2

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #TM (25:42); YC-ISU #23 (83:15); YC-ISU #15 (86:24); YC-UVU #6 (87:18); YC-ISU #24 (87:48)

San Jose State

A Min - 90 - 90 1 65 - 62 - 64 - 53 - 60 - 90 - 57 - 70 - 90

1 2 2

Win-Cove, Marie (4-0-0). Loss-Williams, Bailey (5-3-1). Stadium: Mackay Stadium Officials: Referee: Matthew Buckman; Asst. Referee: Tyler Thew; Penny Burgess; Alt. Official: Roger Pagni; Timekeeper: Scott Saibini; Scorer: Nick Saccomanno; Offsides: Idaho State 0, Nevada 4.

1 1 0

G 1 1 -

Saves by period Idaho State Utah Valley

Missed clear by ISU, shot from 15 Rebound, six yards out

Goals by period San Jose State Idaho State

Sh SOG 1 3 1 1 1 1 7 3 1 -

Total 10 17

Cautions and ejections:

San Jose State (4-5-0) vs. Idaho State (5-4-1) Date: Sep 18, 2010 • Attendance: 41 Weather: Sunny

Goalkeepers Lauren Sack

Total 0 2

2 7 7

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook San Jose State vs Idaho State (Sep 18, 2010 at Reno, Nev.)

GAME #10

Sh SOG 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 -

2 0 1

1 3 10

Corner kicks Idaho State Utah Valley

No.

Scoring summary:

Player Williams, Bailey Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Stainbrook, Allyson Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Godfrey, Kiley Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren -- Substitutes -Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Perez, Laura Beseris, Andrea Bice, Tara Cairl, Alishia Pingree, Anna Benson, Laura Totals

1 0 1

1 3 4 6 8 10 13 14 16 17 26 27 28

Player Williams, Bailey Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Godfrey, Kiley Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Cairl, Alishia -- Substitutes -Hutchings, Carly Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Oliveira, Donya Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Kendrick, Randi Bice, Tara May, Ashley M. Pingree, Anna Benson, Laura Totals

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 1 5

# Goalkeepers 23 Williams, Bailey 1 Hutchings, Carly TM TEAM

1 1

G -

A Min - 57 - 84 - 26 - 71 - 90 - 64 - 72 - 52 - 44 - 84 - 47

0

0

Min GA 57:12 4 32:48 0 0:00 0

33 13 28 23 22 14 41 44 23 19 6 7 25

Saves 5 3 1

1 0 2

Brigham Young Pos # gk 32 mf 3 mf 6 f 7 d 8 f 9 d 13 d 18 f 21 mf 22 d 25 0 2 4 5 10 11 12 14 15 16 19 20 23

Player OLSON, McKinzie ANDERSON, Lauren MANNING, Rachel PAYNE, Carlee KONING, Mercede MARSHALL, Jennie BARTHOLOMEW, Stacy LISONBEE, Lindsi SHUMWAY, Kassidy RINGWOOD, Jessica GILLIAM, Nicole -- Substitutes -SNYDER, Katherine OLDROYD, Dana JENSEN, Cami FEREDAY, Megan R. KEENAN, Hallie ROYALL, Kyleigh BAZZARONE, Ashley HERCULES, Lynda WADSWORTH, Amber DORIA, Auna J. ERNST, Nicole JACKSON, Kristi DICKSON, Angelica Totals

# Goalkeepers 32 OLSON, McKinzie 0 SNYDER, Katherine TM TEAM

2 0 2

Total 0 4

Sh SOG 3 2 2 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 4 3 -

G 2 1 1 -

A Min - 77 - 49 - 62 - 71 - 76 - 49 - 51 1 84 1 64 1 64 - 81

1 1 1 18

4

3

1 1 1 13

Min GA 76:45 0 13:15 0 0:00 0

Shots by period Idaho State Brigham Young

1 2 10

2 3 8

Total 5 18

Saves by period Idaho State Brigham Young

1 5 1

2 4 0

Total 9 1

Corner kicks Idaho State Brigham Young

1 0 3

2 3 4

Total 3 7

Fouls Idaho State Brigham Young

1 6 4

2 9 7

Total 15 11

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Time Team 4:42 BY 18:48 BY 47:41 BY 54:21 BY

Goal scorer ANDERSON, Lauren PAYNE, Carlee RINGWOOD, Jessica ANDERSON, Lauren

Assist RINGWOOD, Jessica LISONBEE, Lindsi (unassisted) SHUMWAY, Kassidy

13 31 28 22 6 24 26 26 5 27 19 26 9

Saves 0 0 1

Description

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #25 (59:27); YC-ISU #12 (80:10) Win-OLSON, McKinzie (9-1-1). Loss-Williams, Bailey (5-2-1). Stadium: South Stadium Officials: Offsides: Idaho State 0, Brigham Young 2.

Official's signature

Official's signature

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Pg. 57

2010 BOX SCORES

Goals by period Idaho State Nevada

Idaho State

GAME #11

Idaho State (5-3-1) vs. Nevada (4-3-1) Date: Sep 16, 2010 • Attendance: 128 Weather: Sunny, Cool

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Utah Valley (Sep 23, 2010 at Orem, Utah)


2010 Box Scores

Sh SOG 1 1 1 3 3 2 -

GAME #13

# 1

1 8

Goalkeepers Rocke, Tori

1 5

G -

A Min - 73 - 73 - 73 - 61 - 47 - 73 - 55 - 73 - 73 - 73 - 20

0

0

Min GA 72:31 0

Idaho State

Player Williams, Bailey Stainbrook, Megan Perez, Laura Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Cairl, Alishia -- Substitutes -3 Hansen, Alex 4 Powell, Taylor 6 Zabka, Liv 13 Beseris, Andrea 14 Stainbrook, Allyson 21 Godfrey, Kiley 28 Benson, Laura Totals

Sh SOG 1 1 2 2 -

Pos # gk 23 d 7 f 8 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 mf 25

11 18 53 25

Saves 4

# 23

1 1 1 7

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

1 1 4

Total 0 0

G -

A Min - 73 - 59 - 43 - 73 - 55 - 73 - 63 - 73 - 73 - 73 - 25

0

0

Min GA 72:31 0

Shots by period Northern Arizona Idaho State

1 4 3

2 4 4

Total 8 7

Saves by period Northern Arizona Idaho State

1 2 3

2 2 2

Total 4 5

Corner kicks Northern Arizona Idaho State

1 0 3

2 2 0

Total 2 3

Fouls Northern Arizona Idaho State

1 4 4

2 6 0

Total 10 4

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team

Goal scorer

Assist

6 10 12 16 31 30 13

Saves 5

Idaho State

Player Williams, Bailey Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Cairl, Alishia Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -3 Hansen, Alex 4 Powell, Taylor 14 Stainbrook, Allyson 17 Bice, Tara 21 Godfrey, Kiley 28 Benson, Laura Totals

Pos # gk 23 7 9 12 15 18 20 22 24 25 27

# 23

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

GAME #14

2010 BOX SCORES

# 26

Goalkeepers Salminen, Kirstin

3

3

Min GA 90:00 1

Pos # gk 23 d 7 f 8 f 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 mf 25

27 4 18 4 46

Saves 3

3 4 6 14 17 21 28

# 23

1 1 0

Player Williams, Bailey Stainbrook, Megan Perez, Laura Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Cairl, Alishia -- Substitutes -Hansen, Alex Powell, Taylor Zabka, Liv Stainbrook, Allyson Bice, Tara Godfrey, Kiley Benson, Laura Totals

Goalkeepers Williams, Bailey

2 2 1

Total 3 1

Sh SOG 1 1 4 1 -

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 56 - 15 - 80 - 45 - 90 1 71 - 90 - 71 - 90 - 40

2 1 2 10

1

1

1 1 4

Min GA 90:00 3

1 10 3

2 11 7

Total 21 10

Saves by period Northern Colorado Idaho State

1 1 3

2 2 3

Total 3 6

Corner kicks Northern Colorado Idaho State

1 1 0

2 2 1

Total 3 1

Fouls Northern Colorado Idaho State

1 0 5

2 1 4

Total 1 9

No.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Time Team 24:25 NC 51:29 ISU 69:19 NC 82:47 NC

Goal scorer Wykstra, JJ (2) Ryan, Lauren (1) Knott, Brittani (3) Birdsall, Danielle (6)

2 7 11 12 15 16 17 21 26 27

Saves 3

# 0

Goalkeepers Walker, Jamie

G 1 1 -

A Min - 90 - 90 - 90 - 90 1 64 1 74 - 55 - 38 - 56 - 90 - 26

1 2 11

2

2

1 1 5

Min GA 90:00 0

1 12 4

2 10 7

Total 22 11

Saves by period Idaho State Eastern Washington

1 1 3

2 2 4

Total 3 7

1 3 1

2 2 1

Total 5 2

Fouls Idaho State Eastern Washington

1 7 5

2 1 5

Total 8 10

20 30 39 8 10 19 10 63 10 18

Saves 7

Sacramento State

Player Abercrombie, S. Tarantino, Erin McBride, Elece Roberts, Shea Ramirez, Victoria Bahno, Laura O'Donnell, Kelsey Castano, Jessica Burg, Megan Larot, Leah Shreve, Cori -- Substitutes -3 Carlberg, Jordan 19 Novoa, Felicia 22 Pulver, Caitlin 24 Tucker, Paige Totals

Pos # gk 00 f 6 f 11 d 12 mf 13 d 15 f 18 mf 21 mf 23 f 26 d 31

# 00

Assist Birdsall, Danielle Strawn, Rachel Kramer, Janelle Knott, Brittani

Goalkeepers Abercrombie, S.

1.

Time Team 22:20 EWU

Goal scorer Brannan, Whitney (8)

Assist Sparks, Brittany

2.

85:10 EWU

Sparks, Brittany (2)

Brannan, Whitney

30 68 28 41 19 45 22

Saves 6

Idaho State (5-9-2, 0-3-1 BSC) vs. Montana (2-11-2, 1-3-0 BSC) Date: Oct 17, 2010 • Attendance: 327 Weather: Sunny, calm, low 50s

Goals by period Idaho State Montana

Idaho State

Montana

Player Hutchings, Carly Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Godfrey, Kiley Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -3 Hansen, Alex 4 Powell, Taylor 6 Zabka, Liv 8 Perez, Laura 14 Stainbrook, Allyson 17 Bice, Tara 25 Cairl, Alishia 28 Benson, Laura Totals

Pos # gk 1 7 9 12 15 18 20 21 22 24 27

# 1

Goalkeepers Hutchings, Carly

Sh SOG 1 3 1 2 2 3 1 1 -

G -

A Min - 90 - 84 - 77 - 78 - 71 - 55 - 90 - 30 - 84 - 90 - 52

2 1 1 14

0

0

1 5

Min GA 90:00 1

Min GA 90:00 1

1 0 1

# Goalkeepers 00 McMillen, Kendra 1 Hoon, Kristen TM TEAM

2 0 0

Sh SOG 5 1 1 1 1 3 1 -

G 1 -

A Min - 63 - 73 - 72 - 90 - 77 - 90 - 63 - 39 - 87 - 90 - 90

1 12

1

1 1

2

Min GA 62:50 0 27:10 0 0:00 0

2 9 4

Total 14 12

Saves by period Idaho State Montana

1 1 3

2 0 2

Total 1 5

2 2 1

Total 2 4

Fouls Idaho State Montana

1 4 4

2 3 3

Total 7 7

Cautions and ejections: Win-Salminen, Kirstin (7-2-2). Loss-Williams, Bailey (5-7-2). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Rich Hottel; Asst. Referee: John Jacobson; John Hickcox; Alt. Official: Jeff Ladwig; Timekeeper: Cory O'Brien; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Northern Colorado 1, Idaho State 2.

Win-McMillen, Kendra (2-6-1). Loss-Hutchings, Carly (0-1-0). Stadium: South Campus Stadium Officials: Referee: Garth Trimble; Asst. Referee: Jim Carter; Scott Brown; Alt. Official: Jack Dockery; Offsides: Idaho State 0, Montana 1.

Official's signature

Goalkeepers Hutchings, Carly

1 1

1

1 4

Min GA 90:00 0 1 2 3

2 1 3

Total 3 6

Corner kicks Sacramento State Idaho State

1 3 1

2 0 1

Total 3 2

Fouls Sacramento State Idaho State

1 10 9

2 5 12

Total 15 21

Time Team 87:39 ISU

Goal scorer Stainbrook, Allyson (1)

Assist Strawn, Rachel

53 36 28 47 28 3

Saves 6

Idaho State Pos # gk 1 f 4 mf 7 mf 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 mf 27 3 6 8 10 13 14 16 19 21 23 25 26 28

# 1 23

Player Hutchings, Carly Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -Hansen, Alex Zabka, Liv Perez, Laura Oliveira, Donya Beseris, Andrea Stainbrook, Allyson Kendrick, Randi Brogan, Benicia Godfrey, Kiley Williams, Bailey Cairl, Alishia May, Ashley M. Benson, Laura Totals

Header off a throw in from Strawn.

Sh SOG 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 7

Goalkeepers Hutchings, Carly Williams, Bailey

Shots by period Idaho State Weber State

Description

Corner kicks Idaho State Weber State

Scoring summary: No.

1 3

G -

A Min - 45 - 24 - 31 - 57 - 32 - 90 - 37 - 78 - 90 - 90 - 27

0

0

Min GA 45:00 1 45:00 1

Weber State

Player Waldman, Ryann Davis, Kersey Wood, Ari Toomey, Alyssa Baddley, Jessie Sortor, Felicia Johnson, Kylie Eames, Bailey Freshman, Emily Tebbs, Roxy Simmons, Collette -- Substitutes -2 Amano, Alyssa 3 Anderson, Victoria 7 Ortgiesen, Lindsay 9 Mager, Sarah 13 Moore, Nicole 25 Wallis, Chelsea 27 Woodhead, Tiana Totals

Pos # gk 41 mf 4 d 6 d 8 f 10 f 11 mf 12 d 14 mf 15 mf 17 d 19

63 17 61 12 66 41 11 14 47 45 0 16 41

Saves 4 3

27 40 21 31 11 27

Saves 4 1 0

Goals by period Idaho State Portland State

Idaho State

Portland State

Player Hutchings, Carly Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -3 Hansen, Alex 8 Perez, Laura 14 Stainbrook, Allyson 21 Godfrey, Kiley 25 Cairl, Alishia 28 Benson, Laura Totals

Sh SOG 1 1 4 1 1 1 -

Pos # gk 1 f 4 m 7 m 9 m 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 m 27

# 1

1 1 9

Goalkeepers Hutchings, Carly

1 3

G -

A Min - 90 - 52 - 85 - 57 - 62 - 90 - 71 - 90 - 45 - 90 - 82

0

0

Min GA 90:00 1

8 5 26 42 29 28

Saves 12

Pos # gk 1 f 2 m 3 m 4 d 7 m 8 m 9 d 14 d 18 f 22 f 27 6 10 11 16 17 19

1 0 1

Player Lainey Hulsizer Kala Renard Amanda Dutra Michelle Hlasnik Toni Carnovale Esty Geiger Hannah Kimsey Emily Rohde Carlie Martin Frankie Ross Eryn Brown -- Substitutes -Amber Fenton Amanda Howie Melissa Trammell Teal Sigler Brittany Allen Megan Martin Totals

# Goalkeepers 1 Lainey Hulsizer TM TEAM

2 0 0

Total 0 1

Sh SOG 4 2 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 2

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 62 - 90 1 55 - 90 - 90 - 74 - 90 - 90 - 85 - 76

1 1 23

1

1 2

1 1 13

Min GA 90:00 0 0:00 0

Shots by period Idaho State Portland State

1 4 7

2 5 16

Total 9 23

Saves by period Idaho State Portland State

1 4 1

2 8 2

Total 12 3

Corner kicks Idaho State Portland State

1 1 2

2 3 5

Total 4 7

Fouls Idaho State Portland State

1 4 1

2 3 2

Total 7 3

Scoring summary:

Time Team 27:22 PSU

Goal scorer Hannah Kimsey (3)

Assist Michelle Hlasnik Melissa Trammell

Description Rebounded shot

Description 20 yards out from right wing

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #24 (50:51); YC-ISU #12 (62:20) Win-Lainey Hulsizer (4-3-1). Loss-Hutchings, Carly (1-2-0). Stadium: Hillsboro Stadium Officials: Referee: Ali Moebbi; Asst. Referee: Chris Koll; Farhad Dabkho; Alt. Official: Craig Angley; Timekeeper: Amanda Gleason; Scorer: Matt Scheerer; Offsides: Idaho State 0, Portland State 2.

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# 41

Goalkeepers Waldman, Ryann

2 0 1

Pg. 58

5 16 19 35 14 8

Saves 2 1

Total 0 2

Sh SOG 1 1 1 1 7 3 2 1 3 2 -

G 1 -

A Min - 90 - 76 - 39 - 90 1 65 - 57 - 79 - 90 - 67 1 90 - 76

2 1 1 19

1 2

2

1 1 9

Min GA 90:00 0

1 4 10

2 3 9

Total 7 19

Saves by period Idaho State Weber State

1 4 1

2 3 2

Total 7 3

1 1 3

2 1 1

Total 2 4

Fouls Idaho State Weber State

1 4 9

2 10 4

Total 14 13

1.

Time Team 6:26 WSU

Goal scorer Wood, Ari (3)

Assist Baddley, Jessie

2.

65:19 WSU

Moore, Nicole (1)

Tebbs, Roxy

Description

21 29 0 46 34 14 50

Saves 3

Cross deflected by GK, finish from 6yds to left post. Long ball to 1v1; chip over GK.

Cautions and ejections: YC-WSU #11 (25:29)

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Idaho State6-10-2 (1-4-1 BSC) vs. Portland State8-9-1 (4-2-0 BSC) Date: Oct 24, 2010 • Attendance: 218 Weather: 53 degrees, hard showers

1.

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #27 (60:19); YC-ISU #7 (62:50)

# 1

1 13

Saves by period Sacramento State Idaho State

No.

1.

Assist Tombelaine, Ashley

Saves 3

A Min - 90 - 55 - 50 - 90 - 62 - 90 1 53 - 90 - 90 - 90 - 34

Total 15 13

Win-Hutchings, Carly (1-1-0). Loss-Abercrombie, S. (6-8-1). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Karen Swanner; Asst. Referee: Alex Jones; Jeanette McMillan; Alt. Official: Bob Arnold; Timekeeper: Nicolette Dresback; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Sacramento State 0, Idaho State 1. Senior Day for Lauren Hough, Karissa Henage-Fisher & Lauren Ryan. First Big Sky victory of the season.

Total 0 1

1 0 3

Goal scorer Heinsohn, Kaitlyn (4)

44 3 29 64

G -

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Portland State (Oct 24, 2010 at Hillsboro, Ore.)

1 5 8

Time Team 36:14 UM

0

Sh SOG 2 6 3 3 1 -

Goals by period Idaho State Weber State

Idaho State (6-11-2; 1-5-1 BSC) vs. Weber State (3-15-1; 2-4-1 BSC) Date: Oct 29, 2010 • Attendance: 413 Weather: 65, Partly Cloudy

Win-Waldman, Ryann. Loss-Hutchings, Carly. Stadium: Wildcat Soccer Field Officials: Referee: Robert Baca; Asst. Referee: Alan Chapman; Justin Larsen; Alt. Official: Bruce Major; Offsides: Idaho State 1, Weber State 5.

Corner kicks Idaho State Montana

No.

0

6

Player Hutchings, Carly Powell, Taylor Stainbrook, Megan Ryan, Lauren Jones, Ashley Godfrey, Kelsea Strawn, Rachel Olson, Morgan Henage-FisherKarissa Hough, Lauren Pingree, Anna -- Substitutes -3 Hansen, Alex 8 Perez, Laura 14 Stainbrook, Allyson 21 Godfrey, Kiley 25 Cairl, Alishia 28 Benson, Laura Totals

Official's signature

Shots by period Idaho State Montana

Scoring summary:

1 1 15

Idaho State Pos # gk 1 f 4 d 7 mf 9 mf 12 d 15 f 18 d 20 d 22 d 24 mf 27

2 8 8

No.

Description cross from Strawn, scored by Ryan 3 yards out. off throw-in. one on one with keeper, shot over keeper's left shoulder.

A Min - 90 - 90 - 48 - 90 - 85 - 90 - 61 - 61 - 55 - 90 - 90

Total 0 1

Cautions and ejections: YC-SAC #13 (34:41); YC-ISU #8 (34:52); YC-SAC #11 (85:20)

9 played thru to 8, miscommunication b/w D and goalie keeper came out,8 recover,sent cross to 9,header to far post

Player McMillen, Kendra Craig, Erin Watne, India Costa, Lauren Kirts, Nawal Watson, Courtney Reyes, Carmen Huemann, Teresa Brady, Frankie Heinsohn, Kaitlyn Frey, Maddey -- Substitutes -1 Hoon, Kristen 4 Makris, Mary 6 McCreath, Lauren 8 Tombelaine, Ashley 9 Marone, Brandee 17 Dugoni, Charlotte Totals

Saves 1

G -

2 0 1

1 7 5

Scoring summary:

Description

Pos # gk 00 2 7 10 13 15 16 20 22 24 28

17 36 6 25 25 20 42 18

Sh SOG 4 3 2 3 3 1 3 -

1 0 0

Shots by period Sacramento State Idaho State

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Montana (Oct 17, 2010 at Missoula, Mont.)

Shots by period Northern Colorado Idaho State

Scoring summary:

12 51 27 17 35 8

Win-Walker, Jamie. Loss-Williams, Bailey. Stadium: EWU Sports & Rec Cen Officials: Referee: J.C. Plott; Asst. Referee: Saeed Askar; Greg Nay; Alt. Official: Dave Hamlin; Timekeeper: Jared Mumley; Scorer: Cara Schlinger; Offsides: Idaho State 3, Eastern Washington 2.

GAME #16

Goals by period Northern Colorado Idaho State

1 9

0

Sh SOG 1 3 2 1 1 2 1 -

1.

Official's signature

Idaho State

1 2 21

0

1 7

Player Walker, Jamie Hitchcock, Charlene Byrne, Sara Huff, Dashia Brannan, Whitney Sparks, Brittany von der Hofen, M. Fausko, Kirsten Jacobsen, Lauren Martin, Lyndsey Sitzman, Torri -- Substitutes -Hall, Amanda Schreiner, Lacey McNeill, Kasey Baker, Tanya Jones, Danielle Kreminski, Hannah Byers, Siara Kitsman, Melanie Scott, Hannah Mansfield, Aleigh Totals

Goals by period Sacramento State Idaho State

Sacramento State (6-9-2, 1-3-1 BSC) vs. Idaho State (6-8-1, 3-2-0 BSC) Date: Oct 21, 2010 • Attendance: 470 Weather: 64 degrees and clear

Cautions and ejections: YC-ISU #9 (16:43); YC-EWU #21 (33:09); YC-ISU #24 (34:43)

Northern Colorado

A Min - 90 1 77 - 90 1 87 - 90 - 63 - 57 1 86 - 82 - 79 - 90

1 1 22

Eastern Washington Pos # gk 0 3 4 5 8 9 10 14 18 19 24

Total 0 2

Corner kicks Idaho State Eastern Washington

No.

Northern Colorado (8-3-2, 1-0-1 BSC) vs. Idaho State (5-7-2, 0-1-1 BSC) Date: Oct 09, 2010 • Attendance: 437 Weather: 61 degrees and overcast G 1 1 1 -

A Min - 90 - 73 - 82 - 73 - 90 - 61 - 90 - 78 - 90 - 39 - 73

Min GA 90:00 2

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Northern Colorado vs Idaho State (Oct 09, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

Sh SOG 6 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 5 2 1 -

G -

2 0 1

Shots by period Idaho State Eastern Washington

Scoring summary:

Northern Arizona-Rocke, Tori (3-1-1). Idaho State-Williams, Bailey (5-6-2). Stadium: Davis Field Officials: Referee: Hamed Sadeghi; Asst. Referee: Jason Hutchinson; Alex Sloan; Alt. Official: Alex Jones; Timekeeper: Cory O'Brien; Scorer: Katie Zigars; Offsides: Northern Arizona 2, Idaho State 1. Game delayed 30 minutes due to lightning. The last time ISU had a game delayed due to lightning was in 1998. Later, the game was called on account of darkness.

Player Salminen, Kirstin Kramer, Janelle Feidler, Kimmie Birdsall, Danielle Martinez, Aundreaha Wykstra, JJ Borman, Katey Knott, Brittani Deadmond, Olivia Cook, Ariel Wayland, Laura -- Substitutes -3 Tynan, Kelly 11 Daniel, Eryn 14 Hopkins, Brandi 16 Lyons, Taylor 25 Dunn, Brittany Totals

Sh SOG 6 2 5 1 1 5 2 1 1 2 -

1 0 1

Description

Cautions and ejections: YC-NAU #22 (40:59); YC-NAU #9 (62:44); YC-ISU #18 (70:44)

Pos # gk 26 d 4 mf 5 mf 7 d 8 mf 9 d 12 mf 13 d 17 f 18 d 22

Goals by period Idaho State Eastern Washington

Idaho State (5-8-2, 0-2-1 Big Sky) vs. Eastern Washington (1-11-1, 1-2 Big Sky) Date: Oct 15, 2010 • Attendance: 101 Weather: Sunny 56 degrees, winds from W at 10 mph

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Weber State (Oct 29, 2010 at Ogden, UT)

GAME #19

Player Rocke, Tori Andreassen, Kristi Howe, Tori Boies, Brenna Samora, Jenna Monahan, Sam Bednarz, Chelsea D'Onofrio, Alana Mcguire, Corie Foltz, Georgia Cwiecowski, Ally -- Substitutes -5 Berry, Rebecca 13 Savage, Carolyn 22 Carr, Brandy 30 Marrapode, Ashley Totals

2 0 0

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Sacramento State vs Idaho State (Oct 21, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

GAME #18

Northern Arizona Pos # gk 1 d 3 d 4 mf 7 f 9 mf 10 f 16 d 19 mf 20 d 23 d 29

1 0 0

GAME #15

Goals by period Northern Arizona Idaho State

Northern Arizona (5-3-3, 0-0-1 BSC) vs. Idaho State (5-6-2, 0-0-1 BSC) Date: Oct 07, 2010 • Attendance: 527 Weather: 66 degrees, overcast, rained before contest

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Idaho State vs Eastern Washington (Oct 15, 2010 at Cheney, Wash.)

GAME #17

Soccer Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook Northern Arizona vs Idaho State (Oct 07, 2010 at Pocatello, ID)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS

Game Records..........................................................Page 60 Season Records.......................................................Page 61 Career Records........................................................Page 62 Goalkeeper Records..............................................Page 63 Miscellaneous Records.........................................Page 64 Honors................................................................. Page 65-66 All-Time Results................................................ Page 67-69 All-Time Series History................................... Page 70-73 Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup Results/All-Time Roster.........Page 74 ISU Coach Career Records...................................Page 75


Game Records --INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS--

total assists

Total Points

Total 1. 6 6 3. 5 5 5 5 7. 4

Name Opponent (Date) Chantal Kim Eastern Washington (10-22-06) Annamarie Hofstetter Southern Utah (8-27-06) Jill Schade Carroll (8-27-00) Stacey Peterson Belmont (9-28-01) Shawna Park Youngstown State (10-6-02) Stacey Peterson Southern Utah (9-1-02) 17 tied, last Ashley Jones Southern Utah (9-12-10)

Points in a half

Total 1. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Name Teah Beckman Trish Bolander Brooke Pollard-Roberts Heather Hunt Rissa Raveaux Shawna Park Stacey Peterson-Allen Jessie Bobert Michelle Okumura Jenny Ford Chantal Kim Michelle Okumura Jana Davis-Boehler

Opponent (Date) Albertson (9-12-98) IUPUI (10-3-99) Carroll (8-27-00) Northern Arizona (10-5-00) Southern Utah (9-1-02) Utah Valley State (8-29-03) Boise State (9-5-03) Boise State (9-5-03) Southern Utah (8-27-06) Northern Colorado (10-15-06) Eastern Washington (10-22-06) Eastern Washington (10-22-06) Eastern Washington (11-6-09)

Total Name Opponent (Date) 1. 3 Chantal Kim Eastern Washington (10-22-06) 2. 2 23 tied, last Ashley Jones Southern Utah (9-12-10)

GAME RECORDS

Total 1. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Name Teah Beckman Trish Bolander Brooke Pollard-Roberts Heather Hunt Stacey Peterson Rissa Raveaux Shawna Park Stacey Peterson-Allen Jessie Bobert Michelle Okumura Jenny Ford Chantal Kim Chelsea Cox Jana Davis-Boehler

assists in a half

Total Name 1. 3 Ashley Jones 2. 2 Jill Schade 2 Shannon Blaker 2 Heather Hunt-Jones 2 Jenny Ford 2 Annamarie Hofstetter 2 Annamarie Hofstetter 2 Ali Zikratch 2 Michelle Okumura 2 Annamarie Hofstetter 2 Lauren Ryan

Shots

Total Name 1. 12 Trish Bolander

Shots on goal

Total Name 1. 8 Trish Bolander

Total goals

Goals in a half

Total Name 1. 4 Annamarie Hofstetter 2. 3 Jill Schade 3 Michelle Okumura 3 Ashley Jones 4. 2 Tied 18 times, last Lauren Ryan

Opponent (Date) Albertson (9-12-98) IUPUI (10-3-99) Carroll (8-27-00) Northern Arizona (10-5-00) Youngstown State (9-7-01) Southern Utah (9-1-02) Utah Valley State (8-29-03) Boise State (9-5-03) Boise State (9-5-03) Southern Utah (8-27-06) Northern Colorado (10-15-06) Eastern Washington (10-22-06) Southern Utah (10-6-07) Eastern Washington (11-6-09)

2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent (Date) Southern Utah (8-27-06) Carroll (8-27-00) Eastern Washington (10-22-06) Montana (10-08-09) Sacramento State (10-23-08)

19 18 17 16

Most Shots Taken

Total 1. 55

MOST GOALS SCORED Opponent vs. Carroll College vs. Southern Utah vs. Southern Utah vs. Southern Utah

MOST ASSISTS

Total 1. 9 2. 8 3. 7 7

Opponent vs. Carroll College vs. Southern Utah vs. Eastern Washington vs. Boise State

MOST POINTS

Total Opponent 1. 23 vs. Carroll College

Total 1. 13 13

Eastern Washington/2nd half (10-13-00)

Boise State/2nd half (9-5-03) Northern Colorado/1st half (10-2-05)

Southern Utah/1st half (8-27-06) Southern Utah/2nd half (8-27-06) Northern Colorado/1st half (10-15-06) Eastern Washington/2nd half (10-22-06)

Southern Utah/1st half (10-6-07) Sacramento State/2nd half (10-23-08)

Opponent (Date) Sacramento State (10-22-99)

Opponent (Date) Sacramento State (10-22-99)

(Date) 8-27-00 10-6-07 9-1-02 9-18-03

(Date) 8-27-00 9-18-30 10-22-06 9-7-07

(Date) 8-27-00

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Most Corner Kicks

Opponent (Date) Montana/1st half (10-08-09) Carroll College/1st half (8-27-00)

--team GAME RECORDS- Total 1. 7 7 3. 6 6

vs. Southern Utah vs. Southern Utah vs. Eastern Washington vs. Southern Utah

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Name vs. Carroll College vs. Utah Valley

9-18-03 9-1-02 10-22-06 8-27-06

Date 8/27/00

Date 8/27/00 9/23/09


Season Records Total Points

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 11.

Total Name 27 Stacey Peterson 26 Jill Schade 19 Michelle Okumura 17 Brooke Pollard 16 Stacey Peterson 14 Chantal Kim 15 Trish Bolander 15 Rissa Raveaux 15 Heather Hunt-Jones 15 Jana Davis-Boehler 15 Annamarie Hofstetter 15 Ashley Jones 14 Heather Hunt-Jones

Points/Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Total Name 1.368 Jill Schade 1.268 Stacey Peterson .950 Michelle Okumura .895 Brooke Pollard .857 Rissa Raveaux .800 Stacey Peterson .833 Jana Davis-Boehler .833 Annamarie Hofstetter .833 Ashley Jones .789 Trish Bolander .789 Rissa Raveaux

Total Goals

1. 2. 4. 8. 10.

Total Name 11 Stacey Peterson 8 Brooke Pollard 8 Michelle Okumura 7 Jill Schade 7 Rissa Raveaux 7 Stacey Peterson 7 Chantal Kim 6 Trish Bolander 6 Jana Davis-Boehler 5 Ilsa Gramer 5 Heather Hunt 5 Brooke Pollard-Roberts 5 Trish Bolander 5 Shawna Park 5 Annamarie Hofstetter 5 Ashley Jones

Year 2002 2000 2006 1999 2001 2006 1999 2000 2002 2007 2009 2009 2003

Year 2000 2002 2006 1999 2002 2001 2007 2009 2009 1999 2000

Year 2002 1999 2006 2000 2000 2001 2006 1999 2007 2000 2000 2000 2001 2003 2009 2009

Goals/Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10 11.

Total .524 .429 .421 .400 .389 .389 .350 .350 .333 .315 .294

Name Stacey Peterson Rissa Raveaux Brooke Pollard Michelle Okumura Rissa Raveaux Jill Schade Stacey Peterson Chantal Kim Jana Davis-Boehler Trish Bolander Trish Bolander

Total Assists

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Total Name 12 Jill Schade 10 Ashley May 10 Annamarie Hofstetter 9 Shannon Blaker 8 Heather Hunt-Jones 7 Heather Hunt-Jones 6 Tarragh Law 6 Annamarie Hofstetter 5 Emily Hubbard 5 Ashley May-Steel 5 Janel Graham-Smith 5 Annamarie Hofstetter 5 Ashley Jones 5 Rachel Strawn

Assists/Game

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

Total Name .632 Jill Schade .526 Ashley May .500 Annamarie Hofstetter .474 Shannon Blaker .381 Heather Hunt-Jones .353 Tarragh Law .333 Heather Hunt-Jones .333 Annamarie Hofstetter .294 Janel Graham-Smith .278 Annamarie Hofstetter .278 Ashley Jones

Year 2002 2002 1999 2006 2000 2000 2001 2006 2007 1999 2001

Year 2000 1999 2006 2000 2003 2002 1998 2007 2001 2002 2003 2009 2009 2010

Year 2000 1999 2006 2000 2003 1998 2002 2007 2003 2009 2009

Game Winning Goals

1. 2. 5. 8.

Total Name 6 Stacey Peterson 4 Brooke Alton 4 Rissa Raveaux 4 Heather Hunt 3 Stacey Peterson 3 Chantal Kim 3 Jana Davis-Boehler 2 Heather Hunt-Jones 2 Heather Hunt-Jones 2 Janel Graham-Smith 2 Shawna Park 2 Jessie Bobert 2 Annamarie Hofstetter 2 Ashley Jones 2 Rachel Strawn

Hat Trick

1.

Name Chantal Kim

Opponent (Date) vs. Eastern Washington (10-26-06)

Most Minutes Played

1.

Total 1900:35

Shots

1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 10.

Total 69 60 52 49 46 46 46 44 44 43

Year 2002 2001 2000 2000 2001 2006 2007 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2009 2009 2009

Name Emily Hubbard

Year 2001

Name Jill Schade Trish Bolander Stacey Peterson Natalie Graham Jill Schade Heather Hunt-Jones Annamarie Hofstetter Heather Hunt Natalie Graham Annamarie Hofstetter

Year 2000 1999 2002 2007 1999 2002 2008 2000 2006 2009

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1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10.

Total 35 32 30 24 24 23 22 22 22 21 21

Name Jill Schade Trish Bolander Stacey Peterson Jill Schade Heather Hunt-Jones Annamarie Hofstetter Heather Hunt-Jones Jennifer Loo Kilee Quigley Brooke Pollard Michelle Okumura

Year 2000 1999 2002 1999 2002 2009 2000 2003 2007 1999 2006

misc. team Season REcords Category # Most Goals Scored: 41 Most Assists: 38 Most Points: 119 Most Shots Taken 333 Most Shots on Goal: 167 Most Corner Kicks: 89

Year 2000 2002 2000 2000 2000 2000

SEASON RECORDS

--INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS--


Career Records --INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS--

Total Points

Total 1. 53 2. 46 3. 37 4. 35 5. 34 34 7. 33 8. 32 9. 31 10. 29 11. 28 28

Name Stacey Peterson-Allen Heather Hunt-Jones Annamarie Hofstetter Ilsa Gramer Natalie Graham Jill Schade Trish Bolander Brooke Pollard-Roberts Ashley May-Steel Michelle Okumura Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo

Points/Game

Total Name 1. 1.06 Stacey Peterson-Allen 2. .868 Jill Schade 3. .618 Ashley Jones 4. .600 Trish Bolander 5. .567 Heather Hunt-Jones 6. .493 Natalie Graham .493 Annamarie Hofstetter 8. .489 Rissa Raveaux 9. .475 Michelle Okumura 10. .459 Rachel Strawn 11. .456 Shawna Park 12. .451 Brooke Pollard-Roberts

CAREER RECORDS

Total Goals

Total Name 1. 22 Stacey Peterson-Allen 2. 15 Brooke Pollard-Roberts 3. 14 Heather Hunt-Jones 4. 13 Ilsa Gramer 13 Natalie Graham 6. 12 Trish Bolander 12 Chantal Kim 12 Michelle Okumura 9. 10 Rissa Raveaux 10. 9 Jill Schade 9 Shawna Park 9 Jennifer Loo 9 Jana Davis-Boehler 14. 8 Janel Graham-Smith 8 Kilee Quigley 8 Ashley Jones

Years 2000-03 2000-03 2006-09 1999-02 2004-07 1999-00 1998-01 1998-01 1999-02 2004-07 2003-06 2003-06

Years 2000-03 1999-00 2009-pres. 1998-01 2000-03 2004-07 2006-09 1999-03 2004-07 2009-pres. 2002-04 2000-01

Years 2000-03 2000-01 2000-03 1999-02 2004-07 1998-01 2003-06 2004-07 1999-03 1999-00 2001-04 2003-06 2005-09 2000-03 2005-08 2009-pres.

Goals/Game

Total Name 1. .440 Stacey Peterson-Allen 2. .237 Jill Schade 3. .235 Ashley Jones 4. .222 Jessie Bobert 5. .218 Trish Bolander 6. .213 Rissa Raveaux 7. .211 Brooke Pollard-Roberts 8. .197 Michelle Okumura 9. .195 Shawna Park 10. .188 Natalie Graham 11. .167 Jana Davis-Boehler

Total Assists

Total 1. 25 2. 18 3. 17 4. 15 5. 11 11 11 11 9. 10 10

Name Annamarie Hofstetter Heather Hunt-Jones Ashley May-Steel Jill Schade Emily Hubbard-Blanchard Janel Graham-Smith Hollie Christensen Kilee Quigley Shannon Blaker Jennifer Loo

Assists/Game

Total Name 1. .395 Jill Schade 2. .333 Annamarie Hofstetter 3. .286 Shannon Blaker 4. .243 Rachel Strawn 5. .222 Heather Hunt-Jones 6. .215 Ashley May-Steel 7. .180 Stacey Peterson-Allen 8. .167 Tarragh Law 9. .164 Trish Bolander 10. .151 Kilee Quigley 11. .147 Ashley Jones 12. .145 Janel Graham-Smith

Years 2000-03 1999-00 2009-pres. 2003-04 1998-01 1999-03 2000-01 2004-07 2001-04 2004-07 2005-09

Years 2006-09 2001-03 1999-02 1999-00 2000-03 2000-03 2001-04 2005-08 1998, 2000 2003-06

Years 1999-00 2006-09 1998, 2000 2009-pres. 2000-03 1999-02 2000-03 1998-00 1998-01 2005-08 2009-pres. 2000-03

Game Winning Goals

Total Name 1. 10 Stacey Peterson-Allen 2. 9 Heather Hunt-Jones 3. 5 Rissa Raveaux 4. 4 Ilsa Gramer 4 Brooke Alton 4 Chantal Kim 4 Natalie Graham 4 Jana Davis-Boehler 9. 3 Janel Graham-Smith 3 Shawna Park 3 Annamarie Hofstetter 3 Ashley Jones 3 Rachel Strawn

Years 2000-03 2000-03 1999-03 1999-02 1999-02 2003-06 2004-07 2005-09 2000-03 2002-04 2005-09 2009-pres. 2009-pres.

Games Played

Total 1. 81 2. 79 79 4. 78 78 6. 76 7 75 75 75 10. 74 74

Name Heather Hunt-Jones Ilsa Gramer Ashley May-Steel Emily Hubbard-Blanchard Hollie Christensen Janel Graham-Smith Korbie Underwood-Vaughan Brooke Pollard-Roberts Annamarie Hofstetter Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo

Games Started

Total 1. 79 2. 78 3. 76 4. 74 74 6. 73 73 8. 72 72 10. 67 11. 64 64 64 14. 63 15. 62

Name Heather Hunt-Jones Hollie Christensen Ilsa Gramer Ashley May-Steel Annamarie Hofstetter Korbie Underwood-Vaughan Kilee Quigley Emily Hubbard-Blanchard Jennifer Loo Karissa Henage-Fisher Ashli Kimenker Chantal Kim Natalie Graham Lauren Hough Janel Graham-Smith

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Years 2000-03 1999-02 1999-02 2000-03 2001-04 2000-03 1998-01 1998-01 2006-09 2003-06 2003-06

Years 2000-03 2001-04 1999-02 1999-02 2006-09 1998-01 2005-08 2000-03 2003-06 2007-10 2002-05 2003-06 2004-07 2007-10 2000-03

Shots

Total 1. 145 2. 140 3. 137 4. 127 5. 115 6. 114 7. 105 105 9. 91 10. 85

Name Heather Hunt-Jones Natalie Graham Annamarie Hofstetter Trish Bolander Jill Schade Kilee Quigley Stacey Peterson Jennifer Loo Lauren Ryan Michelle Okumura

Shots On Goal

Total 1. 77 2. 68 3. 62 4. 60 60 6. 59 59 8. 45 9. 44 10. 42 11. 41

Name Heather Hunt-Jones Trish Bolander Natalie Graham Stacey Peterson Annamarie Hofstetter Jill Schade Kilee Quigley Ilsa Gramer Jennifer Loo Michelle Okumura Brooke Pollard-Roberts

Years 2000-03 2004-07 2006-09 1998-01 2000-01 2005-08 2000-03 2003-06 2007-10 2004-07

Years 2000-03 1998-01 2004-07 2000-03 2006-09 2000-01 2005-08 1999-02 2003-06 2004-07 1998-01


Goalkeeper Records total saves

Total 1. 18 2. 15 3. 12 12 12 12 12 8. 11 11 11 11. 10 10 10

Name Chrissy Nelson Lyndsay Gensler Chrissy Nelson Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Maren Eves Carly Hutchings Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Chrissy Nelson Lyndsay Gensler Bailey Williams

Opponent (Date) Brigham Young (9-19-98) Utah (11-9-06) Montana (10-11-98) CS Northridge (10-22-99) Utah (11-13-03) Utah State (9-16-07) Portland State (10-24-10) Montana (10-16-99) Brigham Young (9-14-02) Marquette (8-20-10) Six times Northern Colorado (10-15-06) Northern Arizona (10-19-08)

Wins

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

Total 37 27 26 26

Name Chrissy Nelson Bailey Williams Chrissy Nelson Chrissy Nelson

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

Opponent (Date) Brigham Young (9-19-98) Brigham Young (9-13-08) Montana (10-11-98) Portland State (10-17-98)

most goals allowed

Total Name 1. 6 Shannon Boyle 6 Maren Eves-Williams

Opponent (Date) Texas A&M (9-22-02) Pepperdine (9-26-08)

--SEASON GOALKEEPING RECORDS--

Goals Against Average (mIN. 5 GAMES)

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

Total 0.78 0.93 0.93 1.11 1.11 1.12 1.15 1.19 1.21 1.24

Name Maren Eves Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Shannon Boyle Holly Emery Lyndsay Gensler Chrissy Nelson Holly Emery Shannon Boyle Esther Toronto

Minutes Played

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Total 1933 1738 1699 1681 1638:08 1565 1554

Name Shannon Boyle Maren Eves Shannon Boyle Lyndsay Gensler Bailey Williams Chrissy Nelson Chrissy Nelson

Total 13 10 10 9 8 7 7 7 6 5 5

Shannon Boyle Holly Emery Bailey Williams

2004 2001 2010

Name Shannon Boyle Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Holly Emery Lyndsay Gensler Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Maren Eves Chrissy Nelson Holly Emery Bailey Williams

Year 2002 2003 2009 2001 2006 2000 2004 2007 1999 2000 2010

Total Saves

most shots faced

1. 2. 3.

8. 1450 9. 1361 10. 1233:00

Year 2007 2000 2004 2003 2000 2006 1999 2001 2002 2005

Year 2002 2007 2003 2006 2009 1999 1998

Total 132 101 97 93 91 79 73 69 66 56

Name Chrissy Nelson Maren Eves Shannon Boyle Chrissy Nelson Lyndsay Gensler Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Bailey Williams Holly Emery Shannon Boyle

Total Shutouts

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 11.

Total 8 7 6 6 5 4.5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2

Name Shannon Boyle Holly Emery Shannon Boyle Maren Eves Lyndsay Gensler Chrissy Nelson Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Bailey Williams Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams

Saves/Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Total 7.77 5.61 5.17 5.11 4.56 4.55

Name Chrissy Nelson Maren Eves Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Lyndsay Gensler

Year 1998 2007 2003 1999 2006 2002 2010 2009 2001 2004

Year 2002 2001 2003 2007 2006 1999 2000 2004 2009 2010 1998 2001 2008 Year 1998 2007 1999 2003 2010 2006

7. 8. 9. 10.

4.50 3.88 3.83 3.76

Bailey Williams Holly Emery Bailey Williams Shannon Boyle

2008 2001 2009 2002

Save Percentage (mIN. 5 GAMES)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Total .871 .823 .822 .812 .789 .771

Name Maren Eves Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Lyndsay Gensler Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams

Year 2007 1999 2003 2006 2004 2008

Longest Home Shutout Streak

1. 2.

Total 490:00 448:37

Name Maren Eves Holly Emery

Year 2007 2001

--GOALKEEPING Career RecordS--

Goals Against Average

(500 minutes min.)

1. 2. 3. 4.

Total 1.08 1.09 1.24 1.28

Name Holly Emery Shannon Boyle Lyndsay Gensler Chrissy Nelson

Years 1999-01 2001-04 2005-06 1998-00

Minutes Played

Total 1. 5624 2. 4295 3. 3858:04 4. 2776 5. 2245 6. 1889

Wins

Total 1. 32 2. 17 3. 15 15 5. 9 6. 8

Name Shannon Boyle Chrissy Nelson Bailey Williams Maren Eves-Williams Holly Emery Lyndsay Gensler

Years 2001-04 1998-00 2008-10 2004-08 1999-01 2005-06

Name Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Chrissy Nelson Holly Emery Maren Eves-Williams Lyndsay Gensler

Years 2001-04 2008-10 1998-00 1999-01 2004-08 2005-06

Total Saves

Total 1. 267 2. 263 3. 196 4. 158 5. 111 6. 102

Name Chrissy Nelson Shannon Boyle Bailey Williams Maren Eves-Williams Holly Emery Lyndsay Gensler

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Total Shutouts

Total 1. 19 2. 10.5 3. 9.5 4. 8 8 6. 5

Name Shannon Boyle Chrissy Nelson Holly Emery Maren Eves-Williams Bailey Williams Lyndsay Gensler

Years 2001-04 1998-00 1999-01 2004-08 2008-10 2005-06

Goals Against

(Min. 10 Career Starts)

Total 1. 21 2. 26 3. 27 4. 40 5. 43 6. 61 7. 68

Name Esther Toronto Lyndsay Gensler Holly Emery Shannon Boyle Maren Eves-Williams Chrissy Nelson Bailey Williams

Saves/Game

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Total 5.56 4.79 4.68 4.63 4.17 4.10 3.36

Name Chrissy Nelson Maren Eves-Williams Esther Toronto Lyndsay Gensler Bailey Williams Shannon Boyle Holly Emery

Years 2003-05 2005-06 1999-01 2001-04 2004-08 1998-00 2008-10 Years 1998-00 2004-08 2003-05 2005-06 2008-10 2001-04 1999-01

GOALKEEPER RECORDS

--SINGLE GAME GOALKEEPING RECORDS--


Miscellaneous Records --MISCellaneous RECORDS--

Fastest Goal from start of game

1. 2.

Total :36 :44

Name

Date 10/6/02 10/1/99

Stacey Peterson vs. Youngstown State

Brooke Pollard at Texas-El Paso

Fastest Consecutive Goals by ISU

1. 2. 3. 4.

Total :26 :38 :50 :58

Opponent ISU vs. Eastern Washington ISU at Boise State ISU vs. Portland State ISU vs. Carroll College

Date 10/22/06 9/5/03 10/21/00 8/27/00

Fastest Consecutive Goals by Individual

1.

Total :58

Name

Date

Brooke Pollard-Roberts vs. Carroll College

8/27/00

Fastest Consecutive Goals by ISU and Opposition

Total 1. :20 2. :42

Name Jessie Bobert (ISU) - 58:25 mark Annie Zwahlen (BYU) - 58:45 mark

Date 8/27/04 8/27/04

Korbie Underwood-Vaughn (ISU) - 8:36 mark Lisa Wrightsman (Sac. St.) - 9:18 mark

10/19/00 10/19/00

Longest Shutout Streak (Team)

1.

Total 396:46

Name ISU

Longest Shutout Streak (Individual)

1. 2.

Total 469:43 338:51

Name Holly Emery Shannon Boyle

Longest Home Shutout Streak (Individual)

Total SEASON 1. 490:00 2. 448:37 CAREER 521:34

Total 8 games

Name Jill Schade

Year

Maren Eves (Season) Holly Emery (Season)

2007 2001

Holly Emery (Career)

2000-01

Year 2000

Consecutive Games With a Goal (Team)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

Total 1. 9 games

Name ISU ISU

Year 2000 2006

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Name

Consecutive Point-Scoring Streak (Individual)

1.

Date 9/2-20/01

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Honors 2010

Karissa Henage-Fisher (Honorable Mention) Lauren Hough (Honorable Mention) Megan Stainbrook (Honorable Mention)

2009

Annamarie Hofstetter (First Team) Unanimous Selection

Karissa Henage-Fisher (First Team) Ashley Jones (Second Team) Christina Beseris (Honorable Mention) Morgan Olson (Honorable Mention) Lauren Hough (Honorable Mention) Kacey Ball (Honorable Mention)

2008

Kilee Quigley (First Team) Karissa Henage (First Team) Annamarie Hofstetter (Second Team) Jana Davis-Boehler (Honorable Mention) Bailey Williams (Honorable Mention)

2007

Chelsea Cox (First Team) Kilee Quigley (First Team) Jill Christofferson (Second Team) Natalie Graham (Second Team) Maren Eves (Honorable Mention) Lauren Hough (Honorable Mention) Jana Boehler (Honorable Mention)

2006

Jennifer Loo (First Team) Kilee Quigley (First Team) Lyndsay Gensler (Second Team) Jill Christofferson (Second Team) Chantal Kim (Second Team) Annamarie Hofstetter (Second Team) Natalie Graham (Honorable Mention) Michelle Okumura (Honorable Mention) Chelsea Cox (Honorable Mention)

2005

Jennifer Loo (First Team) Chantal Kim (Second Team) Kilee Quigley (Honorable Mention)

2004

Jennifer Loo (First Team)

Hollie Christensen (Second Team) Natalie Graham (Second Team) Shannon Boyle (Honorable Mention) Ashli Kimenker (Honorable Mention) Stephanie Anderson (Honorable Mention) Ashlee Maughan (Honorable Mention) Chantal Kim (Honorable Mention)

2003

Hollie Christensen (First Team) Heather Hunt-Jones (First Team) Shawna Park (First Team) Janel Graham-Smith (Second Team) Ashli Kimenker (Honorable Mention) Jennifer Loo (Honorable Mention) Chantal Kim (Honorable Mention)

2002

Brooke Alton (First Team) Ilsa Gramer (First Team) Stacey Peterson (First Team) Heather Hunt-Jones (Second Team) Shawna Park (Second Team) Janel Graham-Smith (Second Team) Ashley May-Steel (Second Team) Hollie Christensen (Honorable Mention)

2001

Brooke Alton (First Team) Janel Graham (First Team) Stacey Peterson (First Team) Holly Emery (Second Team) Ilsa Gramer (Second Team) Trish Bolander (Second Team) Heather Hunt (Second Team) Emily Hubbard (Honorable Mention)

2000

Chrissy Nelson (First Team) Jill Schade (First Team) Shannon Blaker (First Team) Heather Hunt (Second Team) Ilsa Gramer (Second Team) Rissa Raveaux (Second Team) Emily Hubbard (Honorable Mention)

1999

Chrissy Nelson (First Team) Trish Bolander (First Team) Brooke Roberts (Second Team)

Ashley May (Honorable Mention) Sarah Moravitz (Honorable Mention)

1998

Shannon Blaker (Second Team) Trish Bolander (Honorable Mention)

--Big Sky Player of the Week-2010

2002

Hollie Christensen - Defense Shannon Boyle - Defense Brooke Alton - Defense Heather Hunt-Jones - Offense Ilsa Gramer - Offense Stacey Peterson - Offense

2001

Emily Hubbard - Defense Holly Emery - Defense

Ashley Jones - Offense Bailey Williams - Defense

2000

2009

Lauren Ryan - Offense Ashley Jones - Offense Annamarie Hofstetter - Offense

Emily Hubbard - Defense Chrissy Nelson - Defense Jill Schade - Offense Shannon Blaker - Offense

2008

1999

Michelle Harrison - Defense Maren Eves-Williams - Defense

2007

Chrissy Nelson - Defense (twice)

1998

Chrissy Nelson - Defense

Jana Davis-Boehler - Offense Maren Eves - Defense Natalie Graham - Offense Chelsea Cox - Offense

--Big Sky Newcomer of the Year--

1999 2009

2006

Annamarie Hofstetter - Offense Tia Peterson-Burns - Offense Jenny Ford - Offense Lyndsay Gensler - Defense Chantal Kim - Offense Jennifer Loo - Defense

2002 2000

2005

2009 2006 2003 2001 2000

Michelle Okumura - Offense Lacey Pearson - Offense Esther Toronto - Defense

2004

--Big Sky Defensive MVP-Brooke Alton Chrissy Nelson

--Big Sky GOLDEN BOOT-Heather Hunt

--Big Sky Coach of the Year-Allison Gibson (3-way tie) Allison Gibson Gordon Henderson (Co-Coach) Gordon Henderson Gordon Henderson

--Big Sky Tournament MVP--

Natalie Graham - Offense Hollie Christensen - Defense Jennifer Loo - Offense

2006 2003 2002 2001

2003

Shannon Boyle - Defense Hollie Christensen - Defense Stacey Allen - Offense

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Ashley Steel-May Ashley Jones

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Lyndsay Gensler Hollie Christensen Shannon Boyle Brooke Alton

HONORS

--Big Sky All-Conference--


Honors --All-Big Sky Tournament Team-2009

Annamarie Hofstetter Karissa Henage-Fisher Kacey Ball

2006

Lyndsay Gensler Natalie Graham Jill Christofferson Jennifer Loo Chantal Kim

2003

Hollie Christensen Shannon Boyle Jennifer Loo Shawna Park Janel Graham-Smith

2002

2003

Chrissy Nelson named Second-Team All-West Region

1998

Chrissy Nelson & Shannon Blaker (All-National Second Team for First-Year Program)

--NSCA All-Region Team-2003 Hollie Christensen

2001

Brooke Alton

2009

--ESPN The Magazine--

Annamarie Hofstetter named to the First Team Academic All-America District VIII

Shannon Boyle Brooke Alton Stacey Peterson Ilsa Gramer

2008

2001

Annamarie Hofstetter named to the Academic All-District VII Third Team

Annamarie Hofstetter named to the Academic All-District VII Third Team

2007

--Big Sky All-Academic-2010

Laura Benson Andrea Beseris Tara Bice Alishia Cairl Alex Hansen Karissa Henage-Fisher Lauren Ryan Allyson Stainbrook Megan Stainbrook Rachel Strawn Bailey Williams Liv Zabka

2009

Kacey Ball Alishia Cairl Alex Hansen Karissa Henage-Fisher Annamarie Hofstetter Lauren Ryan Megan Stainbrook Rachel Strawn

2008

--NCAA Statistics--

2005

Annamarie Hofstetter - tied for #18 in the nation in assists per game with 0.50... She also tied for first with four assists in a single game.

Tia Peterson Chantal Kim

Kacey Ball Jana Davis-Boehler Alex Hansen Karissa Henage Annamarie Hofstetter Ellen Larsen Katie Miller Lauren Ryan Megan Stainbrook Noelle Sanders Bailey Williams

2002

2007

Brook Alton Hollie Christensen Trish Bolander Holly Emery

2000

2006

2000

--Academic All-District-2006

Tia Peterson-Burns Chantal Kim

Jill Schade

Jill Schade - tied for #14 in the nation in assists per game with 0.63

HONORS

--SoccerBuzz Magazine--

Stacey Peterson Ashley Steel

Jana Boehler Jill Christofferson Kim Crosbie Jenny Ford Karissa Henage Annamarie Hofstetter Michelle Okumura

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2006

Kim Crosbie Jenny Ford Annamarie Hofstetter Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo Kalie McGuire Tia Peterson-Burns Elizabeth Roberts Ali Zikratch

2005

Stephanie Anderson Jana Boehler Kim Crosbie Jamie Hatfield Anastasia Katsilometes Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo Michelle Okumura Tia Peterson Carlie Tobiason

2004

Stephanie Anderson Sarah Hobdey Anastasia Katsilometes Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo Tia Peterson Carlie Tobiason

2003

Shannon Boyle Sarah Hobdey Chantal Kim Jennifer Loo

2002

Stephanie Anderson Shannon Boyle Hollie Christensen Sarah Hobdey Ashley May-Steel Stacey Peterson

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2001

Shannon Boyle Molly Downs Holly Emery Heather Hunt Ashley May-Steel Stacey Peterson Brooke Pollard-Roberts Korbie Underwood-Vaughan

2000

Ilsa Gramer Chrissy Nelson Brooke Pollard-Roberts Rissa Raveaux Korbie Underwood-Vaughan Shaleen Weston

1999

Alicia Buchanan Holly Emery Sarah Moravitz Chrissy Nelson Brooke Pollard Rissa Raveaux Brittany Thompson Shaleen Weston

1998

Alicia Buchanan Sue Desmond AdriAnn Jorgensen Sarah Moravitz Brooke Pollard Shaleen Weston


All-Time Results

2-14-1 Overall; 1-6-0 Big Sky 2-2-0 Home; 0-9-1 Away; 0-3-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 9/1 at Utah State L 0-2 9/5 #at Boise State T 0-0 (2OT) 9/7 #vs. Idaho L 1-2 (2OT) 9/12 ALBERTSON W 5-0 9/19 at (#10) Brigham Young L 0-3 9/20 at UNLV L 0-1 9/25 $vs. Hawai’i L 1-3 9/27 at Oregon State L 0-1 10/4 at Fresno State L 1-2 (OT) 10/9 *at Eastern Washington L 0-1 10/11 *at Montana L 0-4 10/15 *at Sacramento State L 0-2 10/17 *at Portland State L 0-2 10/22 *NORTHERN ARIZONA W 2-1 (OT) 10/24 *CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE L 0-1 10/30 *WEBER STATE L 0-2 11/1 &vs. Denver L 1-2 *Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match (Boise, Idaho) $Sacramento, Calif. &Boise, Idaho

1999 (Gordon Henderson) 7-9-3 Overall; 2-3-2 Big Sky 4-1-2 Home; 1-6-1 Away; 2-2-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/27 at Utah L 2-3 8/29 UTAH STATE W 2-0 9/4 #at Idaho T 0-0 (2OT) 9/6 #vs. Boise State W 2-1 9/10 WESTERN ILLINOIS W 1-0 9/12 UC SANTA BARBARA L 1-2 9/17 $vs. Mississippi L 0-1 9/19 $vs. Long Beach State L 0-1

*Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match (Moscow, Idaho) $Stockton, Calif. &World Soccer Shootout (El Paso, Texas)

L 2-3 L 2-3 W 2-1 W 4-0 L 0-1 W 4-0 T 1-1 (2OT) T 1-1 (2OT) W 3-0 L 1-2 L 0-1 (OT)

2000 (Gordon Henderson) 12-5-2 Overall; 5-1-1 Big Sky 7-1-2 Home; 5-2-0 Away; 0-2-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/25 UTAH T 3-3 (2OT) 8/27 CARROLL W 7-1 9/3 #BOISE STATE W 2-1 9/4 #IDAHO W 2-0 9/ 8 $at Western Illinois W 2-0 9/ 9 $vs. Eastern Illinois L 1-2 9/13 *WEBER STATE W 2-1 (OT) 9/15 GONZAGA W 3-2 9/17 UNLV W 4-1 9/22 at UC Santa Barbara L 0-1 9/24 at Cal State Fullerton W 2-0 9/30 WYOMING L 0-2 10/5 *NORTHERN ARIZONA W 3-1 10/7 *CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE T 0-0 (2OT) 10/13 *at Eastern Washington W 3-0 10/15 *at Montana L 1-2 (2OT) 10/19 *at Sacramento State W 2-1 (2OT) 10/21 *at Portland State W 4-1 10/27 +vs. Northern Arizona L 0-1 *Big Sky Conference Game +Big Sky Tournament (Missoula, Mont.) #Governor’s Cup match (Pocatello, Idaho) $Westerwinds Classic (Macomb, Ill.)

2001 (Gordon Henderson) 11-7-2 Overall; 4-1-1 Big Sky 5-1-1 Home; 4-4-1 Away; 2-2-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 9/2 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 2-0 9/7 $YOUNGSTOWN STATE W 5-0 9/9 $AIR FORCE T 0-0 (2OT) 9/20 LONG BEACH STATE W 1-0 9/21 at Utah State L 1-4 9/25 #at Boise State L 0-1 (OT) 9/28 &vs. Belmont W 5-3 9/30 &vs. Loyola Chicago L 0-1 10/5 at Southern Utah W 2-1 10/6 ^vs. Valparaiso L 1-2 10/11 *EASTERN WASHINGTON W 3-2 (2 OT) 10/13 *MONTANA W 1-0 10/19 *at Northern Arizona T 2-2 (2 OT) 10/21 *at Portland State W 2-0 10/26 at UC Riverside L 0-2 10/28 *at Sacramento State W 1-0 11/3 *WEBER STATE L 1-3 11/8 +vs. Montana W 1-0 11/10 +at Weber State W 1-0 11/16 <at Portland L 0-5 *Big Sky Conference Game +Big Sky Conference Tournament (Ogden, Utah) <NCAA College Cup First Round (Portland, Ore.) $Bengal Classic (Pocatello, Idaho) #Governor’s Cup match (Boise, Idaho) &Creighton Bluejay Classic (Omaha, Neb.) ^Cedar City, Utah

2002 (Gordon Henderson) 13-7-1 Overall; 5-1-0 Big Sky 8-1-0 Home; 3-4-1 Away; 2-2-0 Neutral

Date Opponent 8/30 UTAH STATE 9/1 SOUTHERN UTAH 9/6 SIENA

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Result W, 3-1 W, 6-1 W, 1-0

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9/8 9/12 9/14 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/17 10/19 10/25 11/2 11/7 11/9 11/14

#BOISE STATE L, 1-3 at (#23) Utah L, 1-4 at Brigham Young W, 2-0 $ vs. Texas Tech W, 1-0 $at (#9) Texas A&M L, 0-6 at Gonzaga L, 0-1 #at Idaho T, 2-2 (2OT) %vs. St. Louis L, 0-1 %vs. Youngstown State W, 4-0 *at Montana L, 0-1 *at Eastern Washington W, 1-0 (OT) *PORTLAND STATE W, 2-1 *NORTHERN ARIZONA W, 1-0 *SACRAMENTO STATE W, 3-0 *at Weber State W, 2-1 +EASTERN WASHINGTON W, 2-1 +PORTLAND STATE W, 1-0 (OT) <vs.(#8) Portland L, 0-3

*Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match +Big Sky Conference Tournament (Pocatello, Idaho) <NCAA College Cup First Round (Provo, Utah) $Fazoli’s Soccer Classic (College Station, Texas) % Arizona Soccer Tournament (Tucson, Ariz.)

2003 (Gordon Henderson) 10-9-2 Overall; 4-2-0 Big Sky 3-4-1 Home; 5-4-1 Away; 2-1-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/29 UTAH VALLEY ST. COL. W, 3-1 9/5 #at Boise State W, 4-0 9/7 at Utah State W, 1-0 9/12 GONZAGA L, 1-2 9/14 #IDAHO T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/18 at Southern Utah W, 6-2 9/20 at (#21) Brigham Young L, 0-2 9/25 (#24) UTAH L, 0-2 10/3 at Washington State L, 0-2 10/5 at (#9) Washington L, 0-2 10/11 *WEBER SATE L, 0-2 10/13 HAWAI’I L, 0-2 10/16 *at Montana L, 0-3 10/18 *EASTERN WASHINGTON W, 2-1 10/24 *at Portland State W, 1-0 10/26 *at Sacramento State W, 2-1 (OT) 10/30 *NORTHERN ARIZONA W, 4-1

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1998 (Gordon Henderson)

9/24 at Air Force 9/26 at Wyoming 10/1 &at Texas El-Paso 10/3 &vs. IUPU-Indianapolis 10/9 *at Weber State 10/14 *EASTERN WASHINGTON 10/16 *MONTANA 10/22 *SACRAMENTO STATE 10/24 *PORTLAND STATE 10/29 *at Northern Arizona 10/31 *at Cal State Northridge


All-Time Results 11/6 11/8 11/13 11/15

+vs. Northern Arizona +vs. Montana <at (#14) Utah ~vs. Brigham Young

*Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match +Big Sky Conference Tournament (Ogden, Utah) <NCAA College Cup First Round (Provo, Utah) ~NCAA College Cup Second Round (Provo, Utah)

W, 1-0 W, 1-0 T, 0-0 (5-4PK) L, 0-2

2004 (Mark Salisbury)

7-6-3 Overall; 2-3-1 Big Sky 5-1-1 Home; 0-5-2 Away; 2-0-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/27 BRIGHAM YOUNG W, 3-1 8/29 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 2-1 9/3 vs. Nevada W, 3-1 9/5 vs. Northern Iowa W, 1-0 9/12 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/17 #at Idaho L, 1-2 9/19 at Gonzaga L, 1-2 9/26 #BOISE STATE W, 1-0 (OT) 9/30 at UNLV L, 0-1 10/2 at Utah Valley St. Col. T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/7 *at Weber State T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/15 *at Eastern Washington L, 0-1 10/17 *MONTANA L, 0-2 10/21 *SACRAMENTO STATE W, 1-0 10/23 *PORTLAND STATE W, 2-1 10/31 *at Northern Arizona L, 0-1 (OT)

ALL-TIME RESULTS

*Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match

2005 (Mark Salisbury)

4-12-1 Overall; 1-4-1 Big Sky 2-5-0 Home; 1-7-1 Away; 1-0-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/26 WASHINGTON STATE L, 1-2 8/28 GONZAGA L, 0-2

9/2 9/4 9/8 9/11 9/15 9/17 9/21 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/15 10/21 10/23 10/27 10/29

at Long Beach State L, 0-1 at Cal State Northridge L, 0-5 UTAH VALLEY ST. COL. W, 2-0 #IDAHO W, 3-1 at Southern Utah L, 0-2 at Utah State L, 0-2 #at Boise State L, 1-2 !at Air Force L, 0-3 !vs. Northern Colorado W, 2-0 *at Portland State T, 1-1 (2OT) *WEBER STATE L, 1-2 *at Montana L, 1-2 *at Eastern Washington W, 1-0 *SACRAMENTO STATE L, 0-2 *NORTHERN ARIZONA L, 1-2

*Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match (Boise, Idaho) ! Air Force Academy Nike Invitational Tournament (Portland, Ore.)

2006 (Allison Gibson)

10-9-1 Overall; 5-2-0 Big Sky 4-3-0 Home; 5-6-1 Away; 1-0-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/25 UTAH STATE L, 0-1 8/27 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 6-1 8/29 at Brigham Young L, 1-2 (OT) 9/1 #vs. Idaho W, 3-0 9/3 #at Boise State W, 1-0 9/8 at San Jose State L, 1-2 9/10 at UC Davis L, 0-1 9/22 UTAH L, 1-3 9/24 at Wyoming L, 0-1 9/30 at Utah Valley State W, 2-1 10/5 *PORTLAND STATE L, 0-1 (OT) 10/7 *SACRAMENTO STATE W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/13 *at Northern Arizona W, 2-1 (2OT) 10/15 *at Northern Colorado W, 3-0 10/19 *at Montana W, 1-0 10/22 *EASTERN WASHINGTON W, 5-1 10/28 *at Weber State L, 1-2 (OT) 11/3 +WEBER STATE W, 1-0 11/5 +Sacramento State T, 2-2 (4-3 PKs) 11/9 <at #11 Utah L, 2-3 (2OT) #Governor’s Cup match (Boise, Idaho) + Big Sky Conference Tournament (Pocatello, Idaho) <NCAA College Cup, First Round (Salt Lake City, Utah)

2007 (Allison Gibson)

7-5-6 Overall; 2-2-3 Big Sky 6-0-2 Home; 1-4-3 Away; 0-1-1 Neutral

Date 8/31 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/6 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/20 10/26 10/28 11/3

Opponent $vs. Arizona State $vs. Cal State Fullerton #BOISE STATE #IDAHO at Utah at Utah State ~SAN JOSE STATE ~AIR FORCE at Gonzaga at (#18) Washington State at Southern Utah *at Portland State *at Sacramento State *NORTHERN ARIZONA *NORTHERN COLORADO *MONTANA *at Eastern Washington *WEBER STATE

*Big Sky Conference Game $UNLV Adidas Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) #Governor’s Cup match (Pocatello, Idaho) ~Idaho State Classic (Pocatello, Idaho)

Result L, 0-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 5-2 W, 2-0 L, 2-3 (OT) L, 0-1 (OT) W, 2-1 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (O2) T 1-1 (O2) W, 7-1 L, 0-1 T, 1-1 (O2) T, 0-0 (O2) T, 0-0 (O2) W, 1-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-0

2008 (Allison Gibson)

3-12-4 Overall; 1-5-1 Big Sky 2-2-3 Home; 1-9-1 Away; 0-1-0 Neutral

Date 8/22 8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/11 9/13

Opponent UTAH STATE at Air Force at Colorado College #vs. Boise State #at Idaho at Utah Valley at Brigham Young

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Result W, 2-1 (O2) W, 1-0 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 T, 0-0 (O2) L, 0-2

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9/19 $UC DAVIS L, 1-2 9/21 $WYOMING T, 1-1 (O2) 9/26 at Pepperdine L, 0-6 9/28 at (#21) San Diego L, 0-6 10/3 GONZAGA T, 0-0 (O2) 10/9 *EASTERN WASHINGTON T, 1-1 (O2) 10/12 *at Montana L, 0-2 10/17 *at Northern Colorado L, 2-6 10/19 *at Northern Arizona L, 0-1 10/23 *SACRAMENTO STATE W, 3-1 10/25 *PORTLAND STATE L, 0-1 11/1 *at Weber State L, 0-2 *Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup Match (Moscow, Idaho) $ Idaho State Classic (Pocatello, Idaho)

2009 (Allison Gibson)

10-8-0 Overall; 4-3-0 Big Sky 5-1-0 Home; 4-5-0 Away; 1-2-0 Neutral

Date 8/21 8/23 8/28 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/13 9/23 10/1 10/8 10/11 10/15 10/17 10/23 10/25 10/31 11/6 11/8

Opponent Result at New Mexico L, 0-2 at New Mexico State W, 2-1 (O2) at Southern Utah W, 2-1 MAINE L, 0-2 #vs. Idaho L, 1-2 #at Boise State L, 1-2 at Wyoming W, 2-1 UTAH VALLEY W, 2-1 at Utah State W, 1-0 *MONTANA W, 3-1 *at Eastern Washington L, 0-1 *NORTHERN ARIZONA W, 4-2 *NORTHERN COLORADO W, 2-0 *at Portland State L, 1-4 *at Sacramento State L, 0-2 *WEBER STATE W, 4-0 +vs. Eastern Washington W, 2-1 +vs. Northern Arizona L, 0-4

*Big Sky Conference Game #Governor’s Cup match (Boise, Idaho) +Big Sky Conference Tournament (Portland, Ore.)


All-Time Results

2010 (Allison Gibson)

6-11-2 Overall; 1-5-1 Big Sky 5-2-2 Home; 1-8-0 Away; 0-1-0 Neutral

Date Opponent Result 8/20 at #22 Marquette L, 0-5 8/22 at Loyola Chicago W, 2-1 8/27 COLLEGE OF IDAHO W, 4-1 8/29 UTAH STATE T, 0-0 (O2) 9/3 #IDAHO L, 1-2 9/5 #BOISE STATE W, 1-0 (OT) 9/9 SEATTLE W, 2-1 9/12 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 4-3 9/16 %at Nevada L, 0-2 9/18 %vs San Jose State L, 1-4 9/23 at Utah Valley L, 0-2 9/29 at #12 Brigham Young L, 0-4 10/7 *NORTHERN ARIZONA T, 0-0 10/9 *NORTHERN COLORADO L, 1-3 10/15 *at Eastern Washington L, 0-2 10/17 *at Montana L, 0-1 10/21 *SACRAMENTO STATE W, 1-0 10/24 *at Portland State L, 0-1 10/29 *at Weber State L, 0-2

Photo by: Joe Kline, Idaho State Journal

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* Denotes Big Sky Conference Game # Denotes Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup game (Pocatello, Idaho) % Denotes Wolf Pack Invitational (Reno, Nev.)


ALL-TIME SERIES

All-Time Series History Air Force Albertson Arizona State Belmont Brigham Young Boise State CS Fullerton CS Northridge Carroll Central Washington College of Idaho Colorado College Denver Eastern Illinois Eastern Washington Fresno State Gonzaga Hawaiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;i Idaho IUPUI Long Beach State Loyola Chicago Maine Marquette Mississippi Montana Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Iowa Oregon State

2-2-1 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-6-0 7-5-1 1-0-1 0-3-2 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 9-5-1 0-1-0 1-4-2 0-2-0 4-5-3 1-0-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 6-8-1 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 7-6-3 3-2-1 1-0-0 0-1-0

Pepperdine Portland Portland State Sacramento State San Diego San Jose State Seattle St. Louis Siena Southern Utah Texas A&M Texas El-Paso Texas Tech UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV Utah Utah State Utah Valley (prev. UVSC) Valparaiso Washington Washington State Weber State Western Illinois Wyoming Youngstown State Totals

0-1-0 0-2-0 7-6-1 8-3-3 0-1-0 1-2-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 8-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 0-6-2 5-5-1 4-1-2 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-1 6-8-1 2-0-0 1-3-1 2-0-0 102-114-28

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--QUICK GLANCE RECORDS-All-Time Record 102-114-28 (.475) All-Time Home Record 58-24-14 (.677) All-Time Away Record 31-73-13 (.321) All-Time Neutral Record 19-17-1 (.527) All-Time Big Sky Record All-Time Big Sky Home Record All-Time Big Sky Away Record Big Sky Tournament Record NCAA First Round Record NCAA Second Round Record

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37-38-11 (.494) 24-11-7 (.655) 13-27-4 (.341) 8-2-1 (.772) 0-3-1 (.125) 0-1-0 (.000)


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AIR FORCE

Overall: 2-2-1, Home: 1-0-1, Away: 1-2-0 09/24/1999 A L % 09/09/2001 H T(2OT) 09/30/2005 A L % 09/23/2007 H W 08/29/2008 A W

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

(FORMERLY ALBERTSON’S COLLEGE OF IDAHO 1998)

ARIZONA STATE

5-0

Overall: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 08/31/2007 N L

0-1

BELMONT

Overall: 1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0, 09/28/2001 N W

5-3

BOISE STATE

Overall: 7-5-1, Home: 4-1-0, Away: 2-3-1, Neutral: 1-1-0 # 09/05/1998 A T(2OT) 0-0 # 09/06/1999 N W 2-1 # 09/03/2000 H W 2-1 # 09/25/2001 A L(OT) 0-1 # 09/08/2002 H L 1-3 # 09/05/2003 A W 4-0 # 09/26/2004 H W(OT) 1-0 # 09/21/2005 A L 1-2 # 09/03/2006 A W 1-0 # 09/07/2007 H W 5-2 # 09/05/2008 N L 1-2 # 09/06/2009 A L 1-2 # 09/05/2010 H W(OT) 1-0

BRIGHAM YOUNG

A A N H A A A

W L L W L(OT) L L

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

CAL STATE FULLERTON

COLLEGE OF IDAHO Overall: 1-0-0, Home: 1-0-0 09/12/1998 H W

09/14/2002 09/20/2003 11/15/2003 08/27/2004 08/29/2006 09/13/2008 09/29/2010

Overall: 2-6-0, Home: 1-0-0, Away: 1-5-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 09/19/1998 A L 0-3

Overall: 1-0-1, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-1 09/24/2000 A W 09/02/2007 N T(2OT)

2-0 1-1

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE

Overall: 0-3-2, Home: 0-1-2, Away: 0-2-0 * 10/24/1998 H L * 10/31/1999 A L(OT) * 10/07/2000 H T(2OT) 09/12/2004 H T(2OT) 09/04/2005 A L

CARROLL

Overall: 1-0-0, Home: 1-0-0 08/27/2000 H

0-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-5

7-1

CENTRAL WASHINGTON Overall: 1-0-0, Home: 1-0-0 09/02/2001 H

W

2-0

COLLEGE OF IDAHO Overall: 1-0-0, Home: 1-0-0 08/27/2010 H W

4-1

1-2

DENVER Overall: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 11/01/1998 N L

EASTERN ILLINOIS

Overall: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 09/09/2000 N

1-2

L

EASTERN WASHINGTON

H A H H A A H A H A N A

W(2OT) W(OT) W W L W W L T(2OT) L W L

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

Overall: 1-4-2, Home: 1-2-1, Away: 0-2-1 09/15/2000 H W 09/27/2002 A L 09/12/2003 H L 09/19/2004 A L 08/28/2005 H L 09/28/2007 A T(2OT) 10/03/2008 H T(2OT)

HAWAI’I

1-2

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

Overall: 0-2-0, Home: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 09/25/1998 N L 10/13/2003 H L

1-2

Overall: 9-5-1, Home: 5-0-1, Away: 3-5-0, Neutral: 10-0, Conference: 8-5-1, BSC Tournament: 2-0-0 * 10/09/1998 A L 0-1 * 10/14/1999 H W 4-0 * 10/13/2000 A W 3-0

1-3 0-2

Overall: 4-5-3, Home: 3-1-1, Away: 0-2-2, Neutral: 1-2-0 # 09/07/1998 N L(2OT) 1-2 # 09/04/1999 A T(2OT) 0-0 # 09/04/2000 H W 2-0 # 09/29/2002 A T(2OT) 2-2 # 09/14/2003 H T(2OT) 1-1 # 09/17/2004 A L 1-2 # 09/11/2005 H W 3-1 # 09/01/2006 N W 3-0 # 09/09/2007 H W 2-0 # 09/07/2008 A L 0-2 # 09/04/2009 N L 1-2 # 09/03/2010 H L 1-2

IUPU-INDIANAPOLIS

Overall: 1-0-0, Away: 1-0-0 10/03/1999 A W

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LOYOLA-CHICAGO

MARQUETTE

MAINE

MISSISSIPPI

0-1 1-0 0-1

Overall: 1-1-0, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 09/30/2001 N L 0-1 08/22/2010 A W 2-1

FRESNO STATE Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 10/04/1998 A L(OT)

LONG BEACH STATE

Overall: 1-2-0, Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-2-0 09/19/1999 A L 09/20/2001 H W 09/02/2005 A L

IDAHO

COLORADO COLLEGE Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 08/31/2008 A L

10/11/2001 10/13/2002 11/07/2002 10/18/2003 10/15/2004 10/23/2005 10/22/2006 10/28/2007 10/09/2008 10/11/2009 11/06/2009 10/15/2010

GONZAGA

W

* * + * * * * * * * + *

4-0

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 No. 22 08/20/2010 A L 0-5

Overall: 0-1-0, Home: 0-1-0 08/30/2009 H L Overall: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 09/17/1999 N L

0-2 0-1

MONTANA

Overall: 6-8-1, Home: 3-1-1, Away: 1-7-0, Neutral: 2-0-0, Conference: 4-8-1, BSC Tournament: 2-0-0 * 10/11/1998 A L 0-4 * 10/16/1999 H T(2OT) 1-1 * 10/15/2000 A L(2OT) 1-2 * 10/13/2001 H W 1-0 + 11/08/2001 N W 1-0 * 10/11/2002 A L 0-1 * 10/16/2003 A L 0-3 + 11/08/2003 N W 1-0 * 10/17/2004 H L 0-2 * 10/21/2005 A L 1-2 * 10/19/2006 A W 1-0 * 10/26/2007 H W 1-0 * 10/12/2008 A L 0-2 * 10/08/2009 H W 3-1 * 10/17/2010 A L 0-1

NEW MEXICO

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 08/21/2009 A L

NEW MEXICO STATE

0-2

Overall: 1-0-0, Away: 1-0-0 08/23/2009 A W(2OT) 2-1

ALL-TIME SERIES

--SERIES HISTORY--

* Big Sky Conference Game + Big Sky Conference Tournament Game < NCAA College Cup First Round $ NCAA College Cup Second Round # Governor’s Cup % Idaho State Bengal Classic & Wolfpack Invitational


NEVADA

Overall: 1-1-0, Away: 0-1-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 09/03/2004 N W 3-1 & 09/16/2010 A L 0-2

NORTHERN ARIZONA

Overall: 7-6-3, Home: 5-1-2, Away: 1-3-1, Neutral: 12-0, Conference: 6-4-3, BSC Tournament: 1-2-0 * 10/22/1998 H W(OT) 2-1 * 10/29/1999 A L 1-2 * 10/05/2000 H W 3-1 + 10/27/2000 N L 0-1 * 10/19/2001 A T(2OT) 2-2 * 10/19/2002 H W 1-0 * 10/30/2003 H W 4-1 + 11/06/2003 N W 1-0 * 10/31/2004 A L(OT) 0-1 * 10/29/2005 H L 1-2 * 10/13/2006 A W(2OT) 2-1 * 10/18/2007 H T(2OT) 0-0 * 10/19/2008 A L 0-1 * 11/15/2009 H W 4-2 + 11/08/2009 N L 0-4 * 10/07/2010 H T 0-0

NORTHERN COLORADO

Overall: 3-2-1, Home: 1-1-1, Away: 1-1-0, Neutral: 1-0-0, Conference: 2-2-1 10/02/2005 N W * 10/15/2006 A W * 10/20/2007 H T(2OT) * 10/17/2008 A L * 10/17/2009 H W * 10/09/2010 H L

NORTHERN IOWA

2-0 3-0 0-0 2-6 2-0 1-3

Overall: 1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 09/05/2004 N W

1-0

OREGON STATE Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 09/27/1998 A L

ALL-TIME SERIES

PEPPERDINE

0-1

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 09/26/2008 A L

0-6

PORTLAND

Overall: 0-2-0, Away: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 < 11/16/2001 A L < 11/14/2002 N L

0-5 0-3

PORTLAND STATE

Overall: 7-6-1, Home: 4-2-0, Away: 3-4-1 Conference: 6-6-1, BSC Tournament: 1-0-0 * 10/17/1998 A L 0-2 * 10/24/1999 H W 3-0 * 10/21/2000 A W 4-1 * 10/21/2001 A W 2-0 * 10/17/2002 H W 2-1 + 11/09/2002 H W(OT) 1-0 * 10/24/2003 A W 1-0 * 10/23/2004 H W 2-1 * 10/07/2005 A T(2OT) 1-1 * 10/05/2006 H L(OT) 0-1 * 10/12/2007 A L 0-1 * 10/25/2008 H L 0-1 * 10/23/2009 A L 1-4 * 10/24/2010 A L 0-1

SACRAMENTO STATE

Overall: 8-3-3, Home: 5-1-2, Away: 3-2-1 Conference: 8-3-2, BSC Tournament: 0-0-1 * 10/15/1998 A L 0-2 * 10/22/1999 H T(2OT) 1-1 * 10/19/2000 A W(2OT) 2-1 * 10/28/2001 A W 1-0 * 10/25/2002 H W 3-0 * 10/26/2003 A W(OT) 2-1 * 10/21/2004 H W 1-0 * 10/27/2005 H L 0-2 * 10/07/2006 H W(2OT) 1-0 + 11/05/2006 H T(4-3 PKs) 2-2 * 10/14/2007 A T(2OT) 1-1 * 10/23/2008 H W 3-1 * 10/25/2009 A L 0-2 * 10/21/2010 H W 1-0

SEATTLE

Overall: 1-0-0, Home: 1-0-0 09/09/2010 H W

ST. LOUIS

0-1

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 09/28/2008 A L

Overall: 1-2-0, Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-1-0 , Neutral: 0-1-0 09/08/2006 A L 1-2 % 09/21/2007 H W 2-1 & 09/18/2010 N L 1-4

SIENA

Overall: 1-0-0, Home: 1-0-0 09/06/2002 H W

SOUTHERN UTAH

Overall: 8-1-0, Home: 4-0-0, Away: 4-1-0 10/05/2001 A W 09/01/2002 H W 09/18/2003 A W 08/29/2004 H W 09/15/2005 A L(2OT) 08/27/2006 H W 10/06/2007 A W 08/28/2009 A W 09/12/2010 H W

TEXAS A&M

1-0

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

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 09/22/2002 A L

TEXAS EL-PASO Overall: 1-0-0, Away: 1-0-0 10/01/1999 A

W

0-6

TEXAS TECH

UC DAVIS

Overall: 1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 09/20/2002 N W

Overall: 0-2-0, Away: 0-2-0 09/10/2006 A L 09/19/2008 A L

0-6

UC RIVERSIDE

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 10/26/2001 A L

UC SANTA BARBARA

1-0

0-1 1-2

UNLV

1-2 0-1

Overall: 1-2-0, Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-2-0 09/20/1998 A L 09/17/2000 H W 09/30/2004 A L

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0-2

Overall: 0-2-0, Home: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 09/12/1999 H L 09/22/2000 A L

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UTAH

Overall: 0-6-2, Home: 0-2-1, Away: 0-4-1 08/27/1999 A L 08/25/2000 H T(2OT) 09/12/2002 A L 09/25/2003 H L < 11/13/2003 A T(5-4 PK) 09/22/2006 H L < 11/09/2006 A L(2OT) 09/14/2007 A L(OT)

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

UTAH STATE

Overall: 4-5-1, Home: 3-1-1, Away: 1-4-0 09/01/1998 A L 08/29/1999 H W 09/21/2001 A L 08/30/2002 H W 09/07/2003 A W 09/17/2005 A L 08/25/2006 H L 09/16/2007 A L(OT) 08/22/2008 H W(2OT) 10/01/2009 A W 08/29/2010 H T (2OT)

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

VALLEY UTAH (FORMERLY UTAH VALLEY STATE 2003-06)

2-1

2-1

Overall: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 10/04/2002 N L

SAN DIEGO

SAN JOSE STATE

0-1 4-1 0-1

Overall: 4-1-2, Home: 3-0-0, Away: 1-1-2 08/29/2003 H W 10/02/2004 A T(2OT) 09/08/2005 H W 09/30/2006 A W 09/11/2008 A T(2OT) 09/23/2009 H W 09/23/2010 A L

VALPARAISO

Overall: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-1-0 10/06/2001 N L

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

1-2

WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON STATE

Overall: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0 10/05/2003 A L

Overall: 0-2-1, Home: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-1 10/03/2003 A L 08/26/2005 H L 09/30/2007 A T(2OT)

0-2

0-2 1-2 1-1


WEBER STATE

Overall: 6-8-1, Home: 4-4-0, Away: 2-4-1 Conference: 4-8-1, BSC Tournament: 2-0-0 * 10/30/1998 H L * 10/09/1999 A L * 09/13/2000 H W(OT) * 11/03/2001 H L + 11/10/2001 A W * 11/02/2002 A W * 10/11/2003 H L * 10/07/2004 A T(2OT) * 10/15/2005 H L * 10/28/2006 A L(OT) + 11/03/2006 H W * 11/03/2007 H W * 11/01/2008 A L * 10/31/2009 H W * 10/29/2010 A L

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

WESTERN ILLINOIS

WYOMING

Overall: 2-0-0, Home: 1-0-0, Away: 1-0-0 09/10/1999 H W 09/08/2000 A W

1-0 2-0

Overall: 1-3-1, Home: 0-1-1, Away: 1-2-0 09/26/1999 A L 2-3 09/30/2000 H L 0-2 09/24/2006 A L 0-1 09/21/2008 H T(2OT) 1-1 09/13/2009 A W 2-1

Overall: 2-0-0, Home: 1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0 % 09/07/2001 H W 10/06/2002 N W

5-0 4-0

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YOUNGSTOWN STATE


Governor’s Cup Results/All-Time Roster idaho governor’s cup

All-Time Idaho Governor’s Cup Champions 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Boise State Idaho State Idaho State Boise State Idaho Idaho State Three-way Tie Boise State Idaho State Idaho State Boise State Idaho Idaho

GOVERNOR’S CUP/ALL-TIME ROSTER

Idaho State: 5 Time Champion Boise State: 4 Time Champion Idaho: 3 Time Champion Longest Championship Streak: Two-games (Idaho State: twice, Idaho: once)

All-Time Idaho Governor’s Cup Champions 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Boise, Idaho Moscow, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Boise, Idaho Pocatello, ID/Moscow, Idaho Boise, ID/Pocatello, Idaho Moscow, ID/Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello, ID/Boise, Idaho Pocatello, ID/Boise, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Moscow, Idaho Boise, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho

Idaho State All-Time Roster Brooke Alton.........................................................1999-02 Stephanie Anderson...........................................2002-05 Ashley Askwig.............................................................2008 Kacey Ball...............................................................2008-09 Mary Barrett.................................................................2006 Ashley Beck..................................................................2002 Heather Beck.........................................................2001-02 Teah Beckman............................................................1998 Laura Benson......................................2010-pres. Andrea Beseris............................................................2010 Christina Beseris...................................................2006-09 Tara Bice..............................................2010-pres. Shannon Blaker.............................................. 1998, 2000 Jessie Bobert.........................................................2003-04 Trish Bolander.......................................................1998-01 Shannon Boyle.....................................................2001-04 Benicia Brogan.....................................................2008-10 Alicia Buchanan...................................................1998-99 Michelle Buhrle..........................................................2009 Alishia Cairl.........................................2009-pres. Amber Christensen...................................................1999 Hollie Christensen...............................................2001-04 Kim Christensen.........................................................1999 Jill Christofferson.................................................2004-07 Chelsea Cox...........................................................2005-07 Kim Crosbie...........................................................2005-07 Danielle Davies...........................................................2001 Jana Davis-Boehler.............................................2005-09 Sue Desmond.............................................................1998 Molly Downs.............................................1998-99, 2002 Erin DuPont.................................................................2006 Holly Emery...........................................................1999-01 Michelle Emery...........................................................1998 Maren Eves-Williams..........................................2004-08 Shauna Fleming.........................................................2009 Kathryn Ford.........................................................2007-09 Jenny Ford..............................................................2005-07 Lyndsay Gensler...................................................2005-06 Kelsea Godfrey...........................................................2010 Kiley Godfrey......................................2010-pres. Janel Graham-Smith...........................................2000-03

Natalie Graham....................................................2004-07 Ilsa Gramer.............................................................1999-02 Alex Hansen . ......................................2008-pres. Kascie Harris................................................................2006 Michelle Harrison......................................................2008 Jamie Hatfield.............................................................2005 Karissa Henage-Fisher.......................................2007-10 Nikkie Hitchcock........................................................1999 Annamarie Hofstetter........................................2006-09 Sarah Hobdey.......................................................2001-04 Lauren Hough.......................................................2007-10 Emily Hubbard-Blanchard................................2000-03 Heather Hunt-Jones...........................................2000-03 Ashley Jones.......................................2009-pres. Jenna Jones...........................................................2001-04 AdriAnn Jorgenson...................................................1998 Crosby Joyner.......................................................2007-08 Anastasia Katsilometes......................................2004-05 Randi Kendrick...........................................................2010 Chantal Kim...........................................................2003-06 Ashli Kimenker.....................................................2002-05 Ellen Larsen..................................................................2008 Tarragh Law...........................................................1998-00 Jennifer Loo...........................................................2003-06 Ashlee Maughan........................................................2004 Ashley May.............................................................1999-00 Ashley M. May.............................................................2010 Kalie McGuire........................................................2005-07 Katie Miller.............................................................2007-08 Sarah Moravitz......................................................1998-99 Priscilla Muchaka.......................................................2001 Jen Munro....................................................................2008 Chrissy Nelson......................................................1998-00 Michelle Okumura...............................................2004-07 Donya Oliveira............................................................2010 Morgan Olson.....................................2009-pres. Shawna Park..........................................................2002-04 Lacey Pearson.............................................................2005 Laura Perez..........................................2009-pres. Stacey Peterson-Allen........................................2000-03 Anna Pingree......................................2010-pres.

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Kiley Godfrey......................................2010-pres. Taylor Powell.......................................2007-pres. Stacey Proctor.............................................................1999 Kilee Quigley.........................................................2005-08 Rissa Raveaux........................................................1999-03 Camille Ray..................................................................1998 Krisha Read..................................................................2009 Kristi Renak..................................................................2002 Brooke Roberts-Pollard.....................................1998-01 Stephanie Roadhouse................................. 1998, 2000 Liz Roberts.............................................................2004-06 Lindsay Russell...........................................................2002 Lauren Ryan...........................................................2007-10 Krystal Saling...............................................................2002 Noelle Sanders...........................................................2008 Jennifer Sandner........................................................2006 Jill Schade...............................................................1999-00 Shailee Smith..............................................................2009 Allyson Stainbrook.............................2010-pres. Megan Stainbrook..............................2008-pres. Rachel Strawn.....................................2009-pres. Jamie Meehan......................................................2002-03 Ashley May-Steel.................................................1999-02 Brittany Thompson...................................................1999 Carlie Tobiason.....................................................2002-05 Esther Toronto......................................................2003-05 Rashell Tucker.............................................................1998 Korbie Underwood-Vaughn............................1998-01 Bailey Williams......................................................2008-10 Shaleen Weston...................................................1998-00 Amber Worthen.........................................................2009 Liv Zabka.............................................2010-pres. Ali Zikratch...................................................................2006 BOLD Face indicates current player


Idaho State Coach Career Records Idaho State Coach Career Record Breakdown Seasons Gordon Henderson 1998-03 (6 years) Mark Salisbury 2004-05 (2 years) Allison Gibson 2006-pres (5 years) Totals 1998-pres (13 years)

W-L-T Big Sky Conference Home Away Neutral 55-51-11 (.517) 21-14-4 (.589) 29-10-6 (.711) 26-41-5 (.396) 8-12-0 (.400) 11-18-4 (.394) 3-7-2 (.364) 6-6-1 (.500) 5-11-3 (.342) 3-0-0 (1.000) 36-45-13 (.452) 13-17-5 (.443) 22-8-7 (.689) 12-32-5 (.296) 2-5-1 (.313) 102-114-28 (.475) 37-38-11 (.494) 57-24-14 (.674) 43-84-13 (.354) 13-17-1 (.435)

Coaching Streaks, info, awards and recognition

Longest Losing Streak Nine Games (1998, Henderson) - 9/19/98 to 10/17/98 *Notes: First year of the ISU soccer program Longest Home Winning Streak 12 Games (2006-08, Gibson) - 10/7/06 to 8/22/08 *Notes: Spans three seasons. Includes two tie games. Longest Non-Winning Streak 14 Games (2008, Gibson) - 8/31/08 to 10/19/08 *Note: Includes four tie games Longest Away Winning Streak Five Games (2003, Henderson) - 10/24/03 to 11/13/03 *Note: Ended with an advancement on penalty kicks (5-4) in a 0-0 tie with Utah at the NCAA College Cup First Round. Most Wins in a Season 13 Games, 13-7-1 (2002, Henderson)

Most Losses in a Season 14 Games, 2-14-1 (1998, Henderson) Most Ties in a Season Six Games, 7-5-6 (2007, Gibson) Most Tie Games in a Row Three Games (2007, Gibson) - 10/14/07 to 10/20/07 Undefeated Home Season 2007, Gibson (Eight Games) Undefeated Big Sky Home Season 1999, Henderson (Four Games, includes two-ties) 2002, Henderson (Three Games) 2007, Gibson (Four Games, includes two-ties) 2009, Gibson (Four Games) Coach of the Year Gordon Henderson (2000, 2001, 2003) Allison Gibson (2006, 2009)

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COACHES CAREER RECORDS

Longest Winning Streak Seven Games (2002, Henderson) - 10/13/02 to 11/9/02 *Note: Began and ended with a 1-0 overtime victory


Administration and Media

ADMINISTRATION AND MEDIA

President....................................................................Page 77 Director of Athletics...............................................Page 78 Administration/Staff....................................... Page 79-80 PAWS/S.A.A.C...........................................................Page 81 Bengal Life................................................................Page 82 Notable ISU Alumni...............................................Page 83 Bengal Champions.................................................Page 84 Idaho State Ring of Honor...................................Page 85 ISU Sports Hall of Fame........................................Page 86 Staff Directory..........................................................Page 87 Media Directory......................................................Page 88 Media Information.................................................Page 89

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Dr. Arthur C. Vailas, ISU President Arthur C. Vailas, Ph.D., became the 12th president of Idaho State University on July 1, 2006. President Vailas came to Idaho State University from the University of Houston, where he had held the dual role of vice president for research and intellectual property management, and vice chancellor for research of the University of Houston System. He also held a joint appointment at UH as tenured professor of mechanical engineering, and biology and biochemistry. He held a distinguished chair in the latter discipline. By the time he left UH, that university’s research productivity had grown 400 percent, and UH possessed an impressive intellectualproperty portfolio. His sk ill at developing successful collaborative initiatives helped him obtain funding to establish a number of interdisciplinary research and teaching centers of excellence. One example: the innovative Texas Learning and Computation Center, established with $5.3 million in state and federal funding. TLC2, as it is called, provides a forum in which diverse informationtechnology projects from across campus come together under a single roof. Its facilities are a fully integrated, state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure and learning complex where technology-based applications are developed and deployed. Dr. Vailas successfully negotiated an unprecedented affiliation agreement with the University of Houston, The Methodist Hospital—a major teaching and research hospital in Houston—and Cornell University Medical College. The agreement facilitates collaborative teaching and research among these institutions. A particularly important accomplishment was Dr. Vailas’s involvement in organizing the multistate, collaborative organization Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America

(RPSEA), and his appointment in 2002 to the RPSEA executive board. RPSEA works to help meet America’s need for technology to commercially develop its ultra-deepwater and unconventional onshore hydrocarbon resources in a safe and environmentally sensitive manner. RPSEA received $100 million in funding per year for 10 years from the U.S. Department of Energy. It is one of the largest national programs for oil and gas exploration and production. Among the important honors Dr. Vailas received while at the University of Houston was a congressional appointment to the national board of the nonprofit Mickey Leland National Urban Air Toxics Research Center. He was later elected vice chairman. The NUATRC, a research facility, gathers scientific information on the human-health effects caused by exposure to air toxics. The center’s research program, developed collaboratively by scientific experts from academia, industry and government, seeks to fill the gaps in scientific data that are required to make sound environmental-health public-policy decisions. In 2002, Texas Gov. Rick Perry appointed Dr. Vailas to the Texas Council on Environmental Technology. Prior to joining the University of Houston, Dr. Vailas held a succession of academic and administrative positions at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, advancing rapidly through the academic ranks. Within three years he was promoted from associate to full professor in the department of kinesiology in the College of Education. He received joint appointments as professor

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of surgery, in the College of Medicine Division of Orthopedic Surgery, and professor in the College of Agriculture’s department of poultry science. Throughout his time at Madison, 1988 – 1995, he also was director of the university’s Biodynamics Laboratory. He was a mentor to many master’s and doctoral students, an experience that deepened his commitment to putting students first. President Vailas’s successful academic career began at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1982. He was hired that year as assistant professor in the department of physiological science. He was promoted to associate professor in 1988. A personal milestone came for him and his wife, Laura, in 1984 with the birth of their daughter, Alexandra. President Vailas’s Ph.D. degree, from the University of Iowa, is in connective tissue physiology. He completed a three-year postdoctoral fellowship at Iowa that was funded by a National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award, and he was a research fellow of orthopedic surgery. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree magna cum laude in exercise physiology at the University of New Hampshire, which he attended on a football scholarship. President Vailas’s academic credentials include authorship of numerous peer-reviewed scientific articles and publications. He also has been principal investigator in many projects supported by federal grants. He has been a consultant to national health care-related businesses and institutions, and numerous national boards and advisory groups have benefited from his service. Over the course of his career, President Vailas has garnered numerous professional awards. Among them is the International Scholars Award from the University of Houston, and Outstanding Science Achievement Awards from NASA for COSMOS #2229, U.S.-Russian Space Program; and the U.S.-Russian Life Sciences Mission COSMOS #2044. Elected to the NASA Life Sciences Advisory Subcommittee, he served as study section chairman for the American Institute for the Biological Sciences on space biology. In 1988, the National Academy of Sciences Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems elected him to the National Research Council. The native of Manchester, New Hampshire, is the eldest of five sons and a daughter of Greek immigrants. Laura Vailas, Ph.D., is a former associate dean in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Houston.

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Administration


Administration

ADMINISTRATION

Jeff Tingey, Director of Athletics Jeff Tingey enters his fifth full year leading the Idaho State University athletic department, and his third as the Director of Athletics after spending a year as the interim director. Already, in a short amount of time he has already shown a keen knack for marketing and fundraising, and he has overseen several job openings at Idaho State, including spearheading the largest corporate gift in ISU athletics history, from the Idaho Potato Commission for a new video board in Holt Arena. He became the Interim Athletic Director after spending his first year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Corporate Sales. As the Director of Athletics, Tingey will oversee all aspects of Idaho State’s 15-sport athletic program, with specific tasks of raising Idaho State’s profile both in the Big Sky Conference, the West, and within and throughout Southeast Idaho. Already in his short tenure, Tingey has overseen the final aspects of a budget recovery plan that saw Idaho State recover from a near $800,000 deficit to hit the black heading into the 2008-09 season. He has also increased ISU’s marketing presence in the community, bringing in nearly $600,000 in corporate dollars to the athletic department, and expanding ISU’s influence in the region.

staying there for four years. While with the Wildcats, he was responsible for the marketing and promotions for women’s soccer, volleyball, and basketball, and he also handled a variety of special events for the Wildcats, including the football tailgate party and Big Sky Conference Tournaments. Tingey is a Pocatello native, having lettered in track and football at Highland High School. He then went to Ricks College where he played football and ran track before serving a two-year LDS Mission to Fresno, California. He and his wife Amber have a three-year old son, Ammon and twins Burklee and Kellan

He also has improved athletic department communication with the implementation of a “Coaches Cabinet”, and he has championed President Vailas’ mantra of transparency as well. Along with the video board, other capital improvements early in his tenure include a refurbishment of the ISU football locker room, getting rid of the old metal lockers for new oak lockers donated as part of the Bengal Locker Room Project. As the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Corporate Sales, Tingey oversaw all Bengal Sport Properties and ISU’s corporate partner program while providing leadership and oversight for marketing and promotions. In 2006-07, Tingey had spent year at Brigham Young, where he handled the marketing profile for football, coordinating game-day presentation, scripts, and pre and post-game activities for the football team. Jeff also oversaw the marketing profiles for men’s volleyball, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball, golf, cross country, and track and field. Tingey also coordinated many athletic department special events and trade accounts. Jeff graduated from Weber State University, where he ran track for two years, from 2000-2002. While there, he worked as an intern in the Weber State marketing department, and was then hired as the Assistant Jeff and Amber Tingey with children Ammon, Kellan and Burklee. Marketing Director after graduating,

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Administration Nancy Graziano

Associate Athletic Director for Student Support Services + Senior Woman Administrator Nancy Graziano enters her 26th year with the Idaho State University athletic department. After six years as an assistant women’s basketball coach, Graziano assumed the duties of Director of Student Support, and has served as ISU’s NCAA Compliance Coordinator. As the Associate Athletic Director for Student Support Services, she oversees academics, compliance, the training room, the weight room, and the equipment room. Graziano has served for the past 17 years as Idaho State’s Senior Women Administrator. Nancy has taught an introductory orientation class for all incoming freshman and transfer student-athletes. Nancy is the liaison between the student-athletes and academic resources at ISU. She advises and assists the student-athletes in achieving their academic goals. Nancy works with the Faculty Athletic Representative to monitor the Student Athlete’s progress toward graduation and their Big Sky Conference/NCAA academic eligibility. She also works with all coaches, keeping them informed of their student-athlete’s academic progress, and she handles all questions regarding

compliance and NCAA regulations. Nancy regularly holds rules education seminars for the athletic staff on compliance and rules education issues, and she keeps the athletic department updated on new issues and bylaws. She came to Idaho State in 1985 as an assistant women’s basketball coach after a highly successful prep coaching career. Graziano compiled a 284-43 basketball record in 15 years at Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California. Her Alemany softball teams were also 214-28 in 12 years, a total which included 12 league championships. A three-sport coach, Graziano’s volleyball teams were 165-75. Graziano was Girls’ Athletic Director at Alemany (1977-83), Director of Athletics (1983-85), and chaired the Department of Physical Education from 1975-85. Nancy completed her undergraduate work at Cal State Northridge, and earned her Master’s degree in Athletic Administration from Idaho State University in 1990. In 2006 she was honored as the Grand Marshall of the ISU Homecoming Parade.

Jim Kramer

Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Services Jim Kramer enters his seventh year with Idaho State University as the university’s first Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Services, coming to Pocatello from Indiana University-Purdue UniversityIndianapolis, where he served as the fiscal manager for the IUPUI Sport Complex. With Idaho State, Kramer oversees the athletic budget, and he assists all members of the athletic department with university purchasing policy and procedures. He coordinates all budgetary matters, including team and individual travel, equipment, and much of ISU’s scholarship allocation procedures. Jim was instrument in ISU turning an $800,000 deficit into the black, and he has instituted several new procedures to help streamline ISU’s fiscal procedures. At IUPUI, Kramer was responsible for a $2.3 million operating budget, and managed their accounts

payables and receivables and department payroll. Kramer also handled several facility issues including event ticket sales, overseeing the pro shop and management of the business office staff. Kramer also served for 10 years with the Indianapolis Star/News, contributing to area coverage of various high school, college, and professional events in the greater Indianapolis area. Jim earned his B.B.A in finance and marketing from The Ohio State University in 1986, and his master’s in business administration from the University of Akron in 1993. He and his wife Mary have three children Maura, Joseph, and Thomas.

Jay McMILLAN

Jay McMillin enters his 14th year with Idaho State University, and his third as Assistant Athletic Director for Development & Major Gifts after spending two years as the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation. Jay will also coach the women’s golf team for the end of 2009. As the Director of Major Gifts, McMillin will work with the ISU Development Office to identify and procure major gift contributions to the athletic department. Jay will concentrate much of his time towards raising funds for Bengal Village. Prior to his promotion, Jay was the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation, handling the day-today aspects of the largest and most visible arm of ISU’s fundraising efforts. He coordinated all Bengal Foundation activities, including membership drives, athlete-to-athlete phone-

a-thon, golf tournaments, and he also oversaw ISU’s priority seating campaign. No stranger to ISU athletics, Jay spent eight years on staff as an assistant men’s basketball coach, from 1998-2006. With the squad Jay coached ISU’s post players as well as overseeing academics. He graduated in 1988 with a bachelor’s in comprehensive social science from Nebraska Wesleyan University and his master’s in recreation in 1992 from the University of Idaho. Jay and his wife Alisha have four children; Lauren, Cooper, Madalyn, and Emersyn.

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Assistant Athletic Director for Development and Major Gifts


Administration Matt Steuart

Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services Matt Steuart enters his ninth year with Idaho State University, and his third as the athletic department’s Assistant Athletic Director for Academics. Steuart spent five years as the Director for Academics, after serving as Graduate Assistant for Compliance and Student Support for one year. Steuart aids the student support team in a variety of ways including compliance issues, personal and academic counseling with student-athletes, overseeing the athletic study table, meeting with recruits, distribution of the NCAA Special Assistance fund, and coordinating, planning and teaching the Life Skills for Student-Athletes course taught at ISU. In addition, Steuart serves as an advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and is the

sports supervisor for the ISU tennis program. Matt also serves as one of the voices of the Bengals. He is a broadcaster for the ISU women’s soccer team and the ISU women’s volleyball team. Steuart graduated from Idaho State with his bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in history in 1997, and he earned a master’s degree in 1999 in the field of mental health counseling. He also earned a second master’s degree in athletic administration from Idaho State in 2004.

James H. Yizar Jr.

Assistant Athletic Director for Student Success James H. Yizar Jr. (commonly known as Byrd) enters his second year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Student Success at Idaho State. Prior to working in the athletic administration offices Yizar has been employed at ISU since 1984 and ran track in college at Idaho State. In Yizar’s current role as Assistant Athletic Director he is currently responsible for providing services and programming activities for student-athletes regarding diversity, gender and studentathlete well-being issues throughout the University campus. He also coordinates weekly study sessions during the school year to help student-athletes improve study habits. Along with working with athletics, Yizar is also the Associate Director of the Student Success Center where he has the charge of improving retention university wide. Prior to assuming this position in 2010, he was the Associate Dean of Students from 2008-10 where he was second in command in the Division of Student Affairs. In this position he provided leadership to Student Affairs units in building and maintaining collaborative relations among university divisions. Yizar was the Ihe Interim Associate Dean of Students from 2006-08. From 2000-06, Yizar served as the Assistant Dean of Students where he coordinated leadership

services between Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, student organizations and community agencies. Prior to that position, he served at the TRIO Director from 1994-2006, the Assistant TRIO Director from 1990-94 and a counselor and learning specialist from 1984-90. During this time Yizar has been involved in many projects campus-wide. He served as a steering committee member for athletics NCAA Athletic Department certification process. He also coordinated the annual new freshman parent orientation program and was the acting director for University Housing in 2007. Other recent projects include being the Coordinator of New Student Orientation Program, Director of Diversity Resource Center, chair of the Multicultural Committee and chaired the Student Employee of the Year Committee. Yizar graduated from Idaho State with a Bachelor of Arts in secondary education in 1982. He received his master’s in counseling degree in 1990 with an emphasis in student personnel in higher education and then earned a management development program certificate from Harvard in 1998. In December of 2010 he will complete his Doctorate of Education degree with an emphasis in higher education administration from Idaho State.

Steve Schaack

ADMINISTRATION

Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Steve Schaack enters his second year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations at Idaho State after spending three years in the athletic communications department at Fresno State. Schaack was promoted to associate athletic communications director in July 2010 before moving on to the position at Idaho State. While at Fresno State, Schaack covered football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, women’s soccer and women’s lacrosse. Schaack also helped implement social media strategies such as Facebook, Twitter and the use of blogs to help promote Fresno State athletics. He also facilitated unprecedented coverage of the Bulldog women’s basketball program on ESPNU and ESPN.com. He also provided radio play-by-play for the Bulldog women’s basketball team. Prior to his tenure at Fresno State, Schaack was employed as an assistant sport information director at Utah Valley University from 2004-2007. At UVU, Schaack covered men’s basketball, track and field, cross country, baseball, wrestling, women’s basketball, women’s soccer, softball and vol-

leyball. As the assistant SID, Schaack helped to substantially increase national as well as in-state media coverage for Utah Valley athletics including the successful promotion of first-team All-District Eight Utah Valley basketball player Ronnie Price, who is currently a player for the Utah Jazz. On top of his experience in the media relations field, Schaack has nearly a decade of experience as a sport writer. Schaack has been a contributor for the Salt Lake Tribune, a beat writer for the Deseret Morning News and an Associated Press correspondent. He has also been a sport writer and photographer for the Utah County Journal and was the editor-in-chief for the Utah Valley State College Student Newspaper. Schaack graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Utah in 2004. He married his wife Alli in 2007. The couple has two daughters: Cami and Sophie.

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Staff

Allison Gibson Women’s Soccer

Bobby Goeltz M&W Tennis

Kellie Hooper Women’s Golf

Brian Jannsen M&W Cross Country

Mike Kramer Football

Dave Nielsen M&W Track & Field

Joe O’Brien Men’s Basketball

Seton Sobolewski Women’s Basketball

Chad Teichert Women’s Volleyball

Julie Wright Softball

TBA Ticket Manager

Mark Campbell Strength & Conditioning

George Casper Holt Arena Director

Bengal Foundation Director

KaLee Kopp Director of Marketing

Shanna Neeser Exec. Asst. to the A.D.

Scott Benson Faculty Athletic Representative

Matt Steuart Asst. A.D. Academic Services

Joel Vickery Compliance Officer

Will Yoder Equipment Manager

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Katie Ware Assistant Director of Sports Information

STAFF

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Donna Hays


PAWS/S.A.A.C. On June 9, 2005, Idaho State athletics unveiled P.A.W.S., Proud Athletes Working and Serving, which is ISU’s community outreach program. P.A.W.S. showcases ISU’s commitment to the communities of Southeast Idaho as an active participant. In the three years since the program’s inception, Bengal Athletics has been a part of numerous community projects, including the D.A.R.E. program, community roadside cleanup, the Special Olympics, Secret Santa, and other events.

2011-12 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Board

Alishia Cairl Soccer President

Phil Pleasant Football Vice President of Recruiting

Sam Berryman Track and Field Marketing

Lia Margolis Soccer Vice President of Finance

Karissa Leguax Volleyball Secretary

PAWS/S.A.A.C.

Mission Statement of the National SAACs “The mission of the National Collegiate Athletic Association StudentAthlete Advisory Committee is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare and fostering a positive student-athlete image.”

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Notable Idaho State Alumni

Director of Center for International Trade and Security

Ron Boone

Radio/TV Broadcaster for the Utah Jazz

Bill Byrne

Texas A & M University Athletic Director

John Foreman

Producer of the movie “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”

I. Herbert Gordon

Peabody Award Winner, former NBC Executive

Steve Hayes

10-Year Veteran of the National Basketball Association

Florence Bean James

Theatre Director

General Amos Jordan

Brigadier U.S. General and President and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Wally Kelly

President, Viacom Outdoor

Peter C. Kole

Chair of the New England Albanian Organization (NEARO)

Senator James McClure

U.S. Senator 1973-91, Namesake of The James A. McClure Federal Building and Courthouse in Boise

Lewis J. Neal

President of NOXSO Corporation

Bruce Nelson

CEO of Office Depot

Les Purce

President of Evergreen State College

Ed Sanders

Won the Olympic Gold Medal in heavyweight boxing for the United States in 1952

Major General Antonio Taguba

U.S. Army Major General who authored the investigative report about abuses of Iraqis at the Abu Ghraib prison at the hands of American soldiers.

Antonio Taguba

Taguba is the second-highest ranking FilipinoAmerican officer in the U.S. Army

David Thomas

World renowned dinosaur sculptor

Dr. Claude Zobell

Marine Microbiologist for the Scripps Oceanographic Institute

Michael C. Ruettgers (left) is the CEO of EMC Corporation, the second largest business in the United States. Stacy Dragila won the Olympic Gold Medal in the inaugural women’s pole vault in Sydney in 2000.

Merril Hoge is a reporter for ESPN, and host of the Edge/NFL Matchup.

Cincinnati Bengals

Relief

William Petersen is a veteran actor previously starred as Gil Grissom in the nation’s most popular show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Bill Byrne is the Athletic Director for Texas A& M University.

Jared Allen signed a free agent with the Minnesota Vikings in 2008, become the highest paid defensive lineman in the NFL.

Roger Williams

Marvin Lewis is the head coach for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Ed Sanders won the Olympic Gold Medal in heavyweight boxing for the U.S. is 1952.

Roger Williams is a world famous pianist, who has had 18 of his albums certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.

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Sue Ann Langdon starred on both stage and screen.

NOTABLE ALUMNI

Dr. Gary K. Bertsch

Associated Press

Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Education

Texas A&M

Terrel Bell

Sue Ann Langdon/David McClure

Cleaning Authority & Author

Associated Press

Don Aslett

Associated Press

World Famous Tenor

Associated Press

Other Notable Alumni Hans Gregory Ashbaker


Bengal Champions The Idaho State athletic department has a storied past sprinkled with Olympians, pro athletes, NCAA and Big Sky champions as well as AllAmericans.

CHAMPIONS

On the National Stage In the 100-plus year history of ISU athletics, the teams have totaled 29 NCAA post-season appearances and one AIAW showing. Probably the most visible of those appearances culminated in the Bengals winning the NCAA Division I football championship in 1981. Bengal athletes have also earned 18 NCAA individual championships, including 16 in boxing, a sport which was discontinued by the NCAA in 1961. One hundred Bengals have garnered national recognition in the form of All-America honors, since records were kept. Forty-seven footballers along with 51 individuals from the track and cross country programs have received the prestigious athletic award. One Bengal, Jared Allen, has also garnered ISU’s only National Player of the Year Award, as he was named the 2003 Buck Buchanan Award winner. In the Conference Idaho State has been successful on the conference level, tallying 71 Big Sk y post-season appearances including 38 championship titles. The Bengal track/cross country

program has nabbed 21 Big Sky team titles dating back to the 1963-64 season - the most of any ISU program. Before joining the Big Sky Conference, ISU also boasted 29 more postseason conference appearances, 12 in men’s basketball, nine in track and five in football as a member of the Rocky Mountain Conference as well as three in volleyball as a part of the Mountain West Athletic Conference. Of those 29 appearances, the Bengals took home 26 titles, nine each in men’s basketball and track, five in football and two in volleyball. Individual Bengal athletes have also found success on the Big Sky level, snagging 298 conference titles overall. ISU tracksters have garnered 276 of those titles, while men’s and women’s tennis athletes have contributed 20 to the total and men’s and women’s golf have one each to its credit. On Top of the World Idaho State’s reach has not ended with the college ranks as several ISU athletes have gone on to the professional and elite ranks in their respective sports. NBA teams have picked up 15 Idaho State hoopsters since 1963, while 39 Bengals have played, or are currently playing in the NFL. T h e A r e n a Fo o t b a l l L e a g u e has claimed several Bengals on its rosters while over 20 former ISU players

have suited up in the Canadian Football League. Idaho State players have also been well represented in the Indoor Pro Football League, the National Indoor Football League, the Arena Football League, and one Bengal even strapped on an XFL helmet. Over 10 Bengals have also played in AF2. B u t I S U ’s c re a m o f t h e c ro p athletes have made it to the highest level of competition in the world; the Olympic Games. Eleven Bengals beginning in the 1952 Games have

represented ISU and their respective countries at the Olympics. Four boxers, five track athletes and two coaches have competed for four different countries at eight different Olympic Games, highlighted by Stacy Dragila winning gold in the inaugural women’s pole vault in Sydney, Australia.

Bengal Champions National Tournament Appearences 13 Men’s Basketball 5 Women’s Basketball 4 Women’s Volleyball 4 Women’s Soccer 2 Football 2 Men’s Cross Country National Team Championships 2 Boxing 1 Football National Individual Championships 16 Boxing 1 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field 1 Men’s Cross Country All-Americans 47 Football 26 Outdoor Track and Field 21 Indoor Track and Field 6 Cross Country 2 Women’s Basketball

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Conference Team Championships 14 Men’s Basketball 12 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 7 Football 4 Men’s Indoor Track and Field 4 Women’s Soccer 3 Women’s Volleyball 3 Women’s Basketball 2 Men’s Tennis 1 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field 1 Women’s Golf 1 Women’s Tennis Conference Individual Champions 182 Outdoor Track and Field 106 Indoor Track and Field 15 Women’s Tennis 5 Men’s Tennis 1 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Golf 1 Women’s Cross Country


Idaho State Ring of Honor In January of 1999, the Idaho State athletic department instituted the ISU Ring of Honor. Encircling the top of Holt Arena, the Ring of Honor is for the truly outstanding men and women in Idaho State University history. On January 30, 1999, the first 16 individuals were enshrined in the Ring of Honor, along with Idaho State’s three national championship teams. In 2009, Idaho State inducted the 17 individual into the Ring of Honor as Jared Allen earned the nod and had his jersey retired. In order to earn induction into the Ring of Honor, a candidate must meet one of the following criteria: 1) Have his or her number retired 2) Have competed in the Olympic Games 3) Have brought fame and national attention to Idaho State University For teams to be inducted, they must win a national championship.

Ring of Honor Inductees

Inducted on January 30, 1999 unless otherwise noted

National Championship Team Inducted 1953 boxing team 1957 boxing team 1981 football team

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RING OF HONOR

Ed Bell, football Lawrence Butler, men’s basketball Babe Caccia, football, coach, athletic director Stacy Dragila, track Case deBruijn, football Merril Hoge, football Milton ‘Dubby’ Holt, football, coach, athletic director Tom Jewell, football, coach, athletic director Jim Killingsworth, coach Dave Kragthorpe, coach Mike Machurek, football Les Roh, men’s basketball Ed Sanders, boxing Dave Wagnon, men’s basketball Ellsworth ‘Spider’ Webb, boxing Amber Welty-Cnossen, track Jaren Allen, football (2009)


The ISU Sports Hall of Fame All-time greats and Bengal legends are inducted every year into the ISU Athletic Hall of Fame. The ISU Sports Hall of Fame was established in the 1960s by former athletic director John Vesser and other members of the athletic department staff. After moving from Reed Gym to Holt Arena, the Hall of Fame became inactive until 1977, when Bob Hilliard became president of the Alumni Board of Directors. Chaired by Hall of Famer Glenn Alford, the Hall has enshrined 162 athletes since 1977. In 1994, the Hall of Fame found a new home in the Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, where photographs of each member hang. The following guidelines have been established for admittance into the ISU Sports Hall of Fame: 1) A candidate must have attended the Academy of Idaho, Idaho Technical Institute, University of Idaho Southern Branch, Idaho State College, or Idaho State University for at least one year. 2) A candidate must have excelled in one of the intercollegiate sports programs. 3) A candidate must have been out of school for at least ten years. In addition, only members of the Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee are eligible to vote for induction, and consideration is given to nominees for recognition received, as well as contributions to the university, after leaving the institution.

HALL OF FAME

--Hall of Fame Members-Dave Abeyta, 1954-59, boxing Gary Aizawa, 1961-64, football Glenn Alford, 1967-98, sports information director Jack Allain, 1956-57, basketball, track Jared Allen, 2000-03, football Ray Allred, 1976-77, football Peter Amarteifio, 1974-77, track Jerry Armstrong, 1958-60, boxing Chick Atkinson, 1936-38, football, track, basketball Jon R. Austin, 1974-78, track Don Axtell, 1961-65, tennis Dan Axtman, 1957-58, boxing Arnie Bagley, 1979-83, wrestling, football Rick Bauer, 1951-55, basketball, track Samuel B. Beckham, 1952-54, basketball Ed ‘Flea’ Bell, 1967-69, football, track Trevor Bell, 1995-97, football Jerry Bellon, 1947-49, football Sam Bennion, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner John Berry, 1969-73, wrestling Gary E. Bills, 1966-69, track, James F. Blake, 1947-49, football D.W. ‘Bud’ Bliss, 1922-24, football, track, wrestling Kevin Bodily, 1968-73, swimming, water polo Anthony Bolden, 1974-77, track Mary ‘Charly’ Bond, 1977-80, basketball Ron Boone, 1965-68, basketball, track Larry D. Brackenbury, 1951-55, football, baseball John W. Briggs, 1964-67, track Ernie Brooks, 1935-37, football, track Wally Buono, 1968-71, football Bruce Burnett, 1970-74, wrestling Lawrence Butler, 1978-79, basketball

Craig Byington, 1971-74, track Mark Byrnes, 1988-89, track I.J. ‘Babe’ Caccia, 1936-38, football, wrestling John C. Caccia, 1970-72, wrestling Mike Calley, 1984-87, football Walt Carte, 1936-38, football, basketball Kristy Chatterley, 1988-91, volleyball Bob Conley, 1952-55, track Doran ‘Bus’ Connor, 1952-55, football, basketball, baseball Jeff Cook, 1974-78, basketball Dennis Critchfield, 1954-57, track and field Arthur M. Crump, 1960-64, basketball, track Dewey Cunningham, 1950-51, basketball Gary Cutright, 1964-67, swimming Courtney Davis, 1993-96, volleyball Case deBruijn, 1978-81, football Gerald Dellinger, 1934-36, football, basketball Dennis DeWitt, 1956-61, track Harry Dickson, 1946-49, football Sue Doucette, 1980-83, track Stacy Dragila, 1992-95, track and field Jerry C. Dunne, 1967-70, football, track Tim Dunne, 1966-69, track Bobby Dye, 1958, 60-62, basketball, Dale Dykman, 1940-42, basketball, football, track Ralph Leif Erickson, 1924-25, baseball, football, basketball Hal Espy, 1956-60, boxing Marlin Felton, 1950-54, football, track Timothy Fisher, 1969-73, wrestling Ev Fopma, 1971-73, basketball Chuck Forrestal, 1958-61 Jim & Su Fox, Lifetime Achievement Award Len ‘Buddy’ Frazier, 1964-66, basketball, track Gilbert French, 1931-33, football, track Kie Froman, 1983-84, tennis Dr. Laurence E. Gale, 1956-60, football Lem Galeai, 1981-83, football Greta Garver (Hannemann), 1987-91, women’s basketball Dr. P.R. ‘Paddy’ Garver, 1949-51, boxing Howard ‘Howdy’ Greaves, 1938-42, basketball Ronald ‘Hoot’ Hale, 1931-34, basketball Dale Hammond, 1947, boxing Leroy Harris, 1966-69, football, wrestling Lloyd Harris, 1954-56, 57-58, basketball Sherwood Dunn Hauck, 1928-29, wrestling Steve Hayes, 1974-77, basketball Billy Haynes, 1956-59, boxing Alice Heberlein, 1980-83, volleyball Mike Heberlein, 1968-71, football, tennis Lori Heeter (Thomas), 1989-92, volleyball, basketball Pat Herrington, 1979-82, track Robert W. Hilliard, 1947-49, football Boyd W. Hodson, 1925-26, football, track, basketball Merril Hoge, 1983-86, football Rod C. Hohnhorst, football, track Tom Hofmann, 1970-74, football Donn Holston, 1982-87, men’s basketball Milton W. ‘Dubby’ Holt, 1936-38, football, track Bill Horrocks, 1953-57, basketball, track, baseball Wiley Howell, 1938-40, football, boxing, wrestling Brad Humphreys, 1962-65, tennis Ralph Hutchinson, 1920-28, football, basketball, baseball coach

Nancy (Imhoff ) Jones, 1985-89, basketball Bill Ingram, 1966-68, football, baseball Marcus Jackson, 1993-96, football Tom Jewell, 1958-60, football Linda (Johnson) Barbour, 1975-79, track, volleyball, basketball Jerald Jones, 1972-76, track, cross country Lamont Jones, 1949-52, football Larry Kent, 1951-55, football Susie Ketchum (Johnson), 1989-93, volleyball Colonel David V.S. Kirkpatrick, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Albert D. Kirlan, 1947-50, basketball, football, track Vic Kobe, 1952-54, boxing Jim Koetter, 1959-61, football, track George Kom, 1956-58, football, track Charles “Chuck” Koval, 1952-55, basketball, track and field Dave Kragthorpe, Lifetime Achievement Award Steve Kuharski, 1963-67, baseball Ralph ‘Mutt’ Lacey, 1934-36, football, track Jim Lane, 1980-82, football Bernard ‘Jake’ LaRue, 1947-49, football, track, basketball Carl Lawson, 1970-74, track Dale Leatham, 1954-58, boxing, football Bobby Leute, 1931-33, football, basketball Larry Lewis, 1967-70, track Marvin Lewis, 1977-80, football Phil Luckey, 1960-65, cross country, track Buck MacGillivray, 1956-59, track Mike Machurek, 1980-81, football Dr. Theodore Maheras, 1948-50, boxing Woodie Marcus, 1960, boxing Debbie (Masak) Jenkins, 1987-90, volleyball John McCarthy, 1965-66, football Robert ‘Bobby’ McCullom, 1954-57, boxing Mike M. McMurtry, 1954-56, boxing M.R. “Mick” Mickleson, Lifetime Achievement Award Ben Miller, 1963-66, track John Miller, 1960-64, football Ray Millward, 1968-70, wrestling, football Stacey Ann (Wanczyk) Mortensen, 1989-91, basketball Dr. Lewis G. ‘Blinky’ Neal, 1952-55, boxing Don Neves, Lifetime Achievement Award Sandra D. Noakes, Lifetime Achievement Award Ed Norby, 1910-22, football, basketball, track, tennis, baseball Cyril Okamoto, 1957, boxing Harry Oliphant, 1967-68, wrestling Tom O’Riordan, 1957-61, track, cross country Tina Ostroot, 1980-82, track, cross country Don Papenberg, 1959-60, football Jay Paris, 1947-49, football Marci Payne-Morrison, 1984-88, track Stephanie Pemper, 1988-92, basketball Cal Percy, 1967-71, swimming, water polo Ken Peterson, 1954-58, football Richard H. ‘Dick’ Pettit, 1950-54, track Felix Plastino, 1923-24, football Earl R. Pond, 1946-49, football Jim Potter, 1991-95, basketball Steve Proniewych, 1968-73, baseball, football Clarence ‘Buddy’ Rausch, 1958-59, boxing Willis A. ‘Tuffy’ Reynolds, 1934-36, football Pete Richardson, 1948-49, football Ronald Rall, 1954-58, boxing

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Ginger Reid, 1973-77, basketball, softball Angela Roberts, 1993-95, volleyball Dr. Brand D. Robinson, 1975-79, basketball Les Roh, 1953-56, basketball John Roman, 1970-74, football Roger Rouse, 1955-57, boxing Ed Sanders, 1951-52, boxing, football Ben Sanford, 1961-63, football Billy Satterfield, 1967-69, baseball, football Art Scott, 1961-65, track, cross country Rick Scribner, 1975-76, football Dr. Leno Seppi, 1948-50, football Bill Shaw, 1961-64, football Walter ‘Cy’ Shepardson, 1957-59, boxing Robert ‘Dutch’ Sherman, 1946-48, basketball, football Debbie Shively-Hadley, 1984-87, volleyball Chris Shoemaker, 1978-81, softball, volleyball and track Gail Siemen, 1956-58, basketball, baseball Lyle Smith, 1933-35, football, basketball Margaret Smith-Raitt, 1984-87, volleyball Bill Snapp, 1979-82, football Ursal ‘Ginger Jack’ Snapp, 1941-43, boxing, football Tammy Sorenson, 1979-82, softball Steve (Amos R.) Stephens, 1928-30, football, wrestling Marie (Stielow) Andersson, 1984-86, volleyball Carlton I. Tanaka, 1968-69, wrestling, football William ‘Spud’ Tatro, 1926-27, football, track, baseball Pauline (Semons) Thiros, 1992-95, volleyball Ed Thompson, 1976-77, basketball F.G. ‘Brick’ Thompson, 1928-29, track Holly Togiai, Basketball, 1993-97 Tom Toner, 1968-72, football Paul Tripp, 1953-59, football Otto Tronowski, 1936-38, football Dick Tullock, 1973-78, track Ray W. Turner, 1939-40, basketball, football Wendell Twitchell, 1933-36, football, boxing, wrestling John M. Vesser, 1941-67, football coach, athletic director Dave Wagnon, 1964-66, basketball Jim Wagstaff, 1955-58, football Dave Walser, 1978-81, football Homer Watkins, Jr., 1958-60, basketball Ellsworth ‘Spider’ Webb, 1952-54, boxing, football Amber Welty, 1987-90, track and field Tom West, faculty athletic representative Jim Wharton, 1967-71, track Jason Whitmer, 1987-90, football Guy Wicks, 1931-41, football coach, basketball coach Paul D. Wilson, 1976-77, track & field Lynne Wingle-Colvin, 1983-84, track & field Lincoln Yamashita, 1963-66, swimming Rick Yeates, 1964-68, wrestling Nick Ysursa, 1970-74, baseball, basketball


Staff Directory Jeff Tingey......................................................................282-4064 Director of Athletics (tingjeff@isu.edu) Nancy Graziano............................................................282-4503 Associate A.D. for Student Support Services & Senior Woman Administrator (graznanc@isu.edu) Steve Schaack...............................................................282-2621 Assistant A.D. for Media Relations (schaste4@isu.edu) Jim Kramer.....................................................................282-2692 Assistant A.D. for Financial Services (kramjame@isu.edu) Jay McMillin...................................................................282-3733 Assistant A.D. for Development and Major Gifts (mcmijay@isu.edu) Shanna Neeser.............................................................282-4064 Executive Assistant to the A.D. (neesshan@isu.edu) Ted Gambles..................................................................282-4668 Administrative Assistant (gambted@isu.edu) Student Support Joel Vickery......................................................282-3332 Director of Compliance (vickjoel@isu.edu) Matt Steuart.....................................................282-2575 Director of Academic Services (steumatt@isu.edu) Crystal Ross....................................................................282-2972 Student Insurance Coordinator (rosscrys@isu.edu) Dr. Scott Benson..........................................................282-2860 Faculty Athletic Representative (bensscot@isu.edu) Development/External Jay McMillin.....................................................282-3733 Assistant A.D. for Development and Major Gifts (mcmijay@isu.edu) Donna Hays......................................................282-5773 Dir. of Bengal Foundation (haysdonn@isu.edu) KaLee Kopp......................................................282-5781 Director of Marketing, Promotions & Game Operations (koppkale@isu.edu) Jerry Miller.......................................................282-2688 Director of Broadcasting (milljerr@isu.edu) Trisha Ytuarte................................................... 282-2397 Volunteer Foundation Assistant(ytuatris@isu.edu@isu.edu) Susan Stanridge...............................................282-4528 Special Events Planner...............................(stansusa@isu.edu) Facilities and Operations George Casper.................................................282-3398 Director of Events (caspgeor@isu.edu) Darik Anderson................................................282-4093 Ticket Manager (andedari@isu.edu) Mike Dooley.....................................................282-4170

Concessions Manager (doolmike@isu.edu) Will Yoder........................................................................282-3373 Equipment Manager (yodewill@isu.edu) Lorilee Chandler..........................................................282-4931 Ticketing Administrative Assistant (chanlori@isu.edu) Paula Corbin..................................................................282-4952 Ticketing Administrative Assistant (corbpaul@isu.edu) Randy Dirikson................................................282-2505 Maintenance (dirirand@isu.edu) Business Operations Jim Kramer.....................................................................282-2692 Assistant A.D. for Financial Services (kramjame@isu.edu) Susan Fuger...................................................................282-3356 Financial Technician (fugesusa@isu.edu) Brenda Murphy................................................282-5349 Assistant Financial Technician (murpbren@isu.edu) Jorja Lewis........................................................282-3399 Holt Arena Financial Technician (lewijorj@isu.edu) Media Relations Steve Schaack...............................................................282-2621 Assistant A.D. for Media Relations (schaste4@isu.edu) Katie Ware.......................................................................282-3651 Asst. Media Relations Director (zigakath@isu.edu) Elizabeth Kidd..............................................................282-3651 Student Intern (ellekidd@hotmail.com) Athletic Training Jodi Wotowey................................................................282-3651 Head Athletic Trainer (wotojodi@isu.edu) Tom Brock.......................................................................282-3408 Assistant Athletic Trainer (brocthom@isu.edu) Ryan Cromie.....................................................282-3408 Assistant Athletic Trainer (cromryan@isu.edu) Brandy Crum.................................................................282-3408 Grad. Asst. Athletic Trainer (crumbran@isu.edu) Phil Luckey.....................................................................282-3408 Volunteer Athletic Trainer (luckphil@isu.edu) Strength & Conditioning Mark Campbell ................................................282-3035 Head Strength Coach (campmark@isu.edu) Kristin Kehrer ..................................................282-3035 G.A. Asst. Strength Coach (kehrkris@isu.edu) Idaho State Coaching Staffs Football (282-2779; 282-4388 FAX) Mike Kramer..................................................................282-4142 Head Coach (krammich@isu.edu) Don Bailey......................................................................282-2431

Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coord. (baildona@isu.edu) Derrick Roche................................................................282-3290 Assistant Coach/Offensive Line (rochderr@isu.edu) Mike Rigell......................................................................282-3767 Assistant Coach/Running Backs (rigemich@isu.edu) Matt Troxel.....................................................................282-4908 Assistant Coach/Tight Ends (troxmatt@isu.edu) Rudy Griffin....................................................................282-3124 Assistant Coach/Inside Linebackers (grifrudi@isu.edu) Todd Bates......................................................................282-4596 Assistant Coach/Defensive Line (batetodd@isu.edu) Ryan Smaha...................................................................282-3389 Assistant Coach/Outside Linebackers (smahrya2@isu.edu) Daniel Drayton.............................................................282-3908 Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs (draydani@isu.edu) Thomas Steiner................................................282-2704 Director of Operations (steithom@isu.edu) Quinton Freeman.............................................282-3562 Academic Advisors (freequin@isu.edu) Women’s Golf Kellie Hooper................................................................282-5469 Head Golf Coach.......................... (kelliejhooper@yahoo.com) Michael Erickson.........................................................282-5469 Assistant Golf Coach................................... (ericmic2@isu.edu) Men’s Basketball (282-4784 FAX) Joe O’Brien.....................................................................282-4492 Head Coach (obrijoe@isu.edu) Dean Martin...................................................................282-3286 Assistant Coach (martdean@isu.edu) Tim Walsh........................................................................282-3361 Assistant Coach (walstim@isu.edu) Jim Potter........................................................................282-5697 Graduate Assistant Coach (potts1414@hotmail.com) TBA.....................................................................................282-7049 Director of Basketball Operations Women’s Basketball (282-4784 FAX) Seton Sobolewski.......................................................282-3381 Head Coach (soboseto@isu.edu) Tony Gianotti.................................................................282-2801 Assistant Coach (giananth@isu.edu) Ashley Elliott.................................................................282-3623 Assistant Coach (elliashl@isu.edu) Kemie Nkele...................................................................282-3493 Graduate Assistant Coach (nkelnkem@isu.edu) TBA.....................................................................................282-7049

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Director of Basketball Operations Track & Field/Cross Country (282-3760 FAX) Dave Nielsen..................................................................282-3299 Head Cross Country Coach (nieldavi@isu.edu) Brian Janssen ...............................................................282-3297 Head Cross Country Coach (jansbria@isu.edu) Jackie Poulson..............................................................282-3299 Assistant Coach (pouljack@isu.edu) Women’s Soccer (282-2659 FAX) Allison Gibson..............................................................282-2925 Head Coach (gibsalli@isu.edu) Stephanie Beall............................................................282-4263 Assistant Coach (bealstep@isu.edu) Jessie Goodell...............................................................282-4263 Assistant Coach (goodjes2@isu.edu) Women’s Softball (282-2659 FAX) Julie Wright....................................................................282-5269 Head Coach (wrigjul3@isu.edu) Jessica Rogers...............................................................282-5269 Assistant Coach (rogejes2@isu.edu) Women’s Volleyball (282-4202 FAX) Chad Teichert................................................................282-4552 Head Coach (teicchad@isu.edu) David Hyte......................................................................282-4595 Assistant Coach (hytedavi@isu.edu) Ali Gorny..........................................................................282-4595 Assistant Coach (gornalis@isu.edu) Tennis (282-4202 FAX) Bobby Goeltz................................................................233-4742 Head Coach (rgoeltz508@yahoo.com) Mark Rodel.....................................................................406-3107 Assistant Coach (rodemark@isu.edu) Spirit Squads Misty Stucki...................................................................406-9483 Head Coach Bengal Dancers (stucmist@isu.edu) Thiriza Cairl....................................................................406-9483 Assistant Coach Bengal Dancers (tucklind@isu.edu)

STAFF DIRECTORY

Athletics Administration (208-282-2771; 282-4063 FAX) Holt Arena, P.O. Box 8173, Pocatello, ID 83209 Located in Holt Arena, South Side


Media Directory Print Media - Local Idaho State Journal 305 South Arthur Avenue P.O. Box 431 Pocatello, Idaho 83204 208-239-3131 Fax: 208-233-8007 Staff TBA Idaho Falls Post Register 333 Northgate Mile Idaho Falls, Idaho 83403 208-524-6772 Fax: 208-529-9683 Staff Jeff Pinkham (prsports@postregister.com) Blackfoot Morning News 34 North Ash Blackfoot, Idaho 83221 208-785-1100 Fax: 208-785-4239 Staff Mark High, editor (sports@cableone.net) The Bengal Idaho State University P.O. Box 8123 Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-282-4812 Fax: 208-282-4600 Staff Travis Smith (smittra2@isu.edu)

MEDIA DIRECTORY

Print Media - Regional Idaho Statesman P.O. Box 40 Boise, ID 83707 208-377-6419 Fax: 208-373-6505 Staff Mike Prater (mprater@idahostatesman.com) Chadd Cripe (ccripe@idahostatesman.com) Nick Jezierny (njezierny@idahostatesman.com) Idaho Press Tribune P.O. Box 9399 Nampa, ID 83652 208-467-9251 Fax: 208-467-9562 Staff:

Colin Howser (sports@idahopress.com) Phil Dailey (pdailey@idahopress.com) William Love (wlove@idahopress.com)

208-233-3333 208-523-8922 (Idaho Falls Office) Fax: 208-522-5103

Twin Falls - Times News P. O. Box 548 Twin Falls, Idaho 83303 800-658-3883 Fax: 208-734-5538 Staff: Mike Christensen (mike.christensen@lee.net) Brad Guire (brad.guire@lee.net)

KIFI TV-8 (ABC affiliate) 1915 N. Yellowstone Hwy Idaho Falls, ID 83401 208-233-8888 208-525-8888 (Idaho Falls Office) Fax: 208-233-8932 Staff Jeff Landers (jlanders@localnew8.com) Michelle Ludtka (mludtka@localnews8.com)

Print Media - National Associated Press - Seattle 3131 Elliot Avenue Suite 750 Seattle, Washington 98121 206-682-1812 Fax: 206-621-1948 Staff Tim Korte, editor (tkorte@ap.org) The Sports Network Suite 200 2200 Byberry Rd. Hatboro, PA 19040 800-583-5499 Fax: 800-583-6195 Staff Dave Coulson (dcoulson@sportsnetwork.com) Stats, Inc 2775 Shermer Rd. Northbrook, IL 60062 1-847-583-2100 Fax: 1-847-583-2600 Staff (sportsnews@stats.com)

Broadcast Media - Local KPVI TV-6 (NBC affiliate) 902 East Sherman Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-235-3155 Fax: 208-234-3650 Staff Matt Gittins (mgittins@kpvi.com) KIDK TV-3 (CBS affiliate) 214 East Center Street Pocatello, Idaho 83201

Radio - Regional KSEI 930 AM (Fox Sports Affiliate) 544 North Arthur Pocatello, Idaho 83204 208-233-2121 Fax: 208-234-0105 Staff Don Craig (doncraig@pacempire.com) KISU 91.1 FM Pond Student Union Box 8014 Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-282-3691 Staff Jerry Miller (milljerr@isu.edu)

KBCI TV-2 (ABC affiliate) 140 North 16th Street Boise, Idaho 83702 208-472-2203 Fax: 208-472-2211 Staff J Bates (jbates@kbcitv.com) Troy Oppie (toppie@kbcitv.com) KIVI TV-6 (ABC affiliate) 1866 East Chisholm Drive Nampa, Idaho 83661 208-381-6663 Fax: 208-381-6681 Staff Joe Hughes (hughes@journalbroadcastgroup.com) KTVB TV-7 (NBC affiliate) P.O. Box 7 Boise, Idaho 83707 208-375-5617 Fax: 208-375-7770 Staff Justin Corr (jcorr@ktvb.com) Zach Wolken (zwolken@ktvb.com)

Broadcast Media - National ESPN ESPN Plaza Bristol, Connecticut 06010 860-585-2000 Fax: 860-766-2422 (Breaking News) Fax: 860-766-7174 (ESPN.com)

KWIK 1240 AM 259 East Center Street Pocatello, Idaho 83204 208-233-1133 Fax: 208-232-1240

Broadcast Media - Regional KMVT TV-11 (CBS affiliate) 1100 Blue Lakes Road North Twin Falls, Idaho 83301 208-733-1100 Fax: 208-734-1074 Staff Travis Justice (travis@action3news.com) Matt Seigel (matt@action3news.com) KTRV (FOX affiliate) P.O. Box 1212 Nampa, Idaho 83652 208-466-1200 (ext. 210) Fax: 208-466-4861

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College Sports TV Chelsea Piers, Pier 62 New York, NY 10011 212-342-8700 Fax: 212-342-8899 Staff Dave Seigerman (pr@cstv.com) Eric Handler (pr@cstv.com) College Sports Online 2035 Corte Del Nogal, Suite 250 Carlsbad, CA 92009 760-431-8221 Fax: 760-431-8108 Allan May (amay@collegesports.com)


Media Information PRESS FACILITIES

PARKING & SERVICES

INTERVIEW POLICY

Limited space is available on press row at Davis Field for news media covering Idaho State soccer and its game opponent. Credentials are required, and must be requested 48 hours prior to the beginning of the game. Credential requests can be mailed, emailed or phoned in.

The following is the interview policy:

RADIO & TELEVISION

Parking is free and is on a first come first served basis. Idaho State sports information provides each credentialed media members with pregame statistics for each team and game programs. After the game, a sports information representative will take requests for ISU player interviews, which will take place on the field. Requests for visiting interviews must be made through the visiting team representative.

ISU will provide space and credentials for up to two radio members upon request. Each visiting radio station has one phone line for their use. Television broadcast facilities are available with prior arrangement through Jeff Tingey, Athletic Director, and the Athletic Director of the opposing team.

* ISU uses Stat Crew’s Automated Scorebook for Soccer, and provides the media with detailed stats. * The sports information office will be used for post game filing. There are several telephone jacks and a fax machine that are available. INTERNET

All of Idaho State’s information regarding rosters, schedules, news, and statistics can be found on the official home page of Idaho State athletics, www. isubengals.com, which is part of the Sidearm network. The site, which is best viewed through Mozilla Firefox, also contains downloadable weekly game notes in PDF format.

* Interviews for players and coaches MUST be requested through the sports information office. * After the game, a sports information representative will take requests for ISU player interviews, which will take place on Davis Field. Requests for visiting interviews must be made through the visiting team representative. * Calling student-athletes or coaches at home is strictly prohibited. * Interviews with Head Coach Allison Gibson are preferred to be conducted after practice. * Interviews with players are preferred to take place after practice. Interview requests should be given to Katie Ware 24 hours prior to the interview. This will allow the SID to make sure the players will be available at the requested time.

Idaho State’s statistics are updated right after games and posted on the internet at www.isubengals.com. A weekly media release is disseminated to the media and posted on the Internet on Monday nights. The release is also emailed to all media members on ISU’s email lists for soccer. To be added to the media list, please contact Assistant Media Relations Director, Katie Ware.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

* No game day interviews.

RELEASES & STATISTICS


Media Information MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION (208-282-2621, 282-3659 FAX) Holt Arena, P.O. Box 8173, Pocatello, ID 83209 Located on Holt Arena floor, South Side

Steve Schaack

Asst. A.D. for Media Relations FB, MBB, SB, GLF Email: schaste4@isu.edu Office: (208) 282-2621 Cell: (208) 406-3570

Katie Ware

Assistant Director of Media Relations SOC, VB, WBB, TN Email: zigakath@isu.edu Office: (208) 282-3651 Cell: (208) 406-3910

Elizabeth Kidd

MEDIA INFORMATION

Student Intern XC, T&F Email: ellekidd@hotmail.com Office: (208) 282-3651 Cell: (208) 208-431-5954

Katie Ware

Idaho State, 2007 Fourth Year Assistant Director of Media Relations

Katie Ware enters her fourth season as an Assistant Media Relations Director. She handles statistics and communications for soccer, volleyball, women’s basketball and men’s and women’s tennis and assists with other duties. She also begins her second season as a volunteer coach for the men’s and women’s tennis teams. For two months in the fall of 2010 she covered all 13 of Idaho State’s sports including football and men’s basketball during a rehiring phase for the Assistant A.D. of Media Relations position. Prior to her duties as the Assistant Media Relations Director, she worked as a graduate assistant in the media relations office handling the communications efforts for men’s and women’s track and cross country programs, as well as tennis and golf. She previously spent four years on the Idaho State women’s tennis team, formerly Katie Zigars, and worked in the media relations office as both a volunteer and as an intern. Ware was a four-year starter on the tennis team from 2004-07, earning Big Sky All-Academic honors in all four of her seasons. She moved up from a walk-on to a scholarship athlete and played No. 1 doubles as a junior and senior and No. 4 singles for the Bengals as a junior and senior. She was one of the best doubles performers for the Bengals over her four year career. She was honored at the 2007 Bennion Banquent with the ISU Athletic Advisory Boards Scholar-Athlete Award. Ware graduated in May of 2007 with a 3.92 grade point average in mass communication with an emphasis in advertising and public relations and a minor in marketing. Ware completed her masters in athletic administration at Idaho State in the spring of 2010. A native of Meridian, Idaho, she married Tyrell Ware in June 2011.

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2011 Schedule August 14, 2011 Carroll College (Exhibition) Pocatello • 1 p.m.

September 18, 2011 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah • 1 p.m.

August 19, 2011 Southern Utah Cedar City, Utah • 5 p.m.

September 22, 2011 Utah Valley Pocatello • 4 p.m.

August 23, 2011 Northwest Nazarene Pocatello • 3 p.m.

September 30, 2011 Weber State Pocatello • 4 p.m.

August 26, 2011 Nevada Pocatello • 4 p.m.

October 7, 2011 Northern Arizona Flagstaff, Ariz. • 7 p.m.

August 30, 2011 Brigham Young Pocatello • 4 p.m.

October 9, 2011 Northern Colorado Greeley, Colo. • Noon

Governor’s Cup September 2, 2011 Idaho Moscow • 5:30 p.m. September 4, 2011 Boise State Moscow • Noon

October 13, 2011 Eastern Washington Pocatello • 4 p.m.

September 11, 2011 Utah State Logan, Utah • 1 p.m.

October 20, 2011 Sacramento State Sacramento, Calif. • 5 p.m.

September 16, 2011 New Mexico State Pocatello • 4 p.m.

October 23, 2011 Portland State Pocatello • 1 p.m.

October 15, 2011 Montana Pocatello • 1 p.m.

Big Sky Tournament • November 3-6, 2011 All times are listed as mountain and subject to change


Idaho State 2011 Soccer Media Guide