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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT

 NATIONAL RANK INGS College Guidebooks, including The Princeton Review, the Fiske Guide to Colleges, and U.S. News and World Report rate Florida Southern among the nation’s best colleges and universities  ACCREDITATION The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) gave Florida Southern the highest form of reaccreditation that a college can attain in its most recent review in 2008  OUTSTANDING ALUMNI Approximately 94% of Florida Southern graduates are working full-time or enrolled in graduate school within six months of earning their degree, and more than 25,000 Florida Southern alumni live across the globe  FRANK LLOY D WRIGH T H ERITAGE Located on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern College is the only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed campus in the world, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places  ENV IABLE LOCATION Lakeland is home to over 94,000 people, is less than an hour’s drive from both Tampa and Orlando, along with attractions like Disney World and Busch Gardens, and is the Spring Training home to the Detroit Tigers  CH AMPIONSH IP ATH LETICS Competing in 19 NCAA sports, as well as water-skiing, the Florida Southern Moccasins have won 27 NCAA Division II National Championships and have produced over 500 All-Americans

Florida Southern College is committed to educational excellence and is a selective, comprehensive, private, United Methodist college with a strong liberal arts core and signature programs. The College enrolls a talented student body and includes an accomplished faculty who are dedicated to teaching excellence. Outstanding opportunities for engaged learning, student-faculty collaborative research and performance, service learning, study abroad, and honors study are distinctive features of the academic program at Florida Southern. The College offers exceptional student life programs, including a championship athletic program.


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................................. Lakeland, Florida Founded.......................................................................1883 Enrollment..................................................................2,185 President..................................................Dr. Anne B. Kerr Athletic Director .............................................. Pete Meyer Associate AD/SWA (Compliance) .............Marie Scovron Assistant AD (Marketing & Promotions) ............Al Green Nickname .......................................................... Moccasins Colors..................................................... Scarlet and White Affiliation..............................................NCAA Division II Conference .................................................. Sunshine State Home Field.............................Barnett Field (500 capacity) Athletic Trainers .............................. Al Green, Kelly Cox, Meghan Fornoff and Kevin McCarthy Sports Information Director ........................... Bill Turnage Sports Information Phone ..........................(863) 680-4256 SID Home Phone .......................................(863) 701-8437 Assistant Sports Information Director ........ Tim Carpenter Assistant Sports Information......................(863) 680-3955 Assistant SID Home Phone........................(863) 853-7030 Assistant SID email.................. tcarpenter@flsouthern.edu Sports Information Fax ..............................(863) 680-3953 Sports Information Hotline ........................(863) 680-3954 Toll-Free Hotline ................................... (800) 825-MOCS Athletic Department Phone........................(863) 680-4244 Athletic Department Fax............................(863) 680-4122 Athletic Web Page ............................... www.fscmocs.com SSC Web Page ........... www.sunshinestateconference.com

Florida Southern’s 2011 co-captains are senior Emily Griffith (#22), senior Martina Tangen Billing (#1), and junior Morgan Sammons (#11). Griffith and Tangen Billing have been a part of three NCAA Tournament teams in their Florida Southern careers, and Sammons has been part of the last two.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Moccasin Quick Facts................................................ 1 Dr. Anne Kerr, President............................................ 2 Pete Meyer, Athletic Director ..................................... 2 Support Staff and Coaches Directory ........................ 3 2011 Preview ............................................................4-5 Head Coach, Ben Strawbridge ............................... 6-8 Assistant Coaches ..................................................... 9 Player Bios .......................................................... 10-23 Florida Southern Honors and Awards................. 24-25 Single Game Records......................................... 26-27 Year-by-Year Leaders.............................................. 28 Single Season Records ...................................... 28-29 Career Records........................................................ 30 Miscellaneous Records.............................................. 31 All-Time Letter Winners ........................................... 32 2010 Final Statistics and Results............................. 33 Coaching History & Year-by-Year Records ............... 34 Florida Southern Soccer Series History................... 34 Sunshine State Conference Information.................. 35 2010 SSC Year-in-Review....................................... 36 Sunshine State Conference Hall-of-Fame ................. 37 Florida Southern Hall-of-Fame ................................ 38 Florida Southern Athletic Scholarships...................... 39 Florida Southern College General Info ............... 40-42 Barnett Field, Home of the Moccasins....................... 43 Florida Southern Athletic Scorecard .......................... 44 2011 Schedule ............................................ Back Cover

TEAM QUICK FACTS Head Coach ........................................... Ben Strawbridge Alma Mater ................................................Liberty (2002) Record at FSC ................................... 54-35-8 (five years) Career Record ................................... 54-35-8 (five years) Assistant Coaches ........... Jason Streets, Jonathan Streets, and Ricky Davis 2010 Record .......................... 10-5-4 (5-3, 3rd in the SSC) FSC All-Time Record ..................... 94-125-18 (13 years) Program Started ........................................................1998 Letterwinners Returning / Lost ..............................11 / 10 Starters Returning ...... 7 / 5 (12 started at least 11 games) 2010 MVP...............................................Jackie Bachteler Soccer Office Phone ................................ (863) 616-6455 Soccer Office E-Mail ........ bstrawbridge@flsouthern.edu Credits . . . The 2011 women’s soccer media guide was designed and written by Tim Carpenter, FSC Assistant Director of Sports Information. Individual photos by Andy Meng. Action photos by Wayne Koehler and Andy Meng.

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Anne B. Kerr, Ph.D. College President

Christoverson Humanities Building (all three designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern), the McKay Archives Center, the Blanton Nursing Building, the Rinker Technology Center, and TûTû’s Café (located in the Roux Library). Further improvements include the complete renovation of the student dining facility (Wynee’s Bistro), residence hall and campus-wide technology upgrades, and a campus beautification project featuring dozens of interconnected plazas and gardens. Dr. Kerr graduated from Mercer University and received her M.S. and Ph.D. from Florida State University. Prior to assuming the Presidency at Florida Southern, she served as Vice President for Advancement both at the University of Richmond and at Rollins College. She has held numerous volunteer leadership roles, and currently serves on the boards of SunTrust Bank, All Saints’ Academy, EarthLinked Technologies, Inc., the Polk Museum of Art, and the Florida Chamber of Commerce. She recently completed a two-year term as president of the Sunshine State Athletic Conference. Dr. Kerr and her husband, Roy, have a seventeen-year-old son, Ed, who plays baseball for All Saints’ Academy. Dr. Roy Kerr is a retired professor of Spanish and a baseball historian, whose recent publications include The Loving of the Game: a Baseball Memoir (2007); Sliding Billy Hamilton: the Life and Times of Baseball’s First Great Leadoff Man (2010), and Roger Connor: Home Run King of Nineteenth-Century Baseball (2011).

Since her appointment as Florida Southern College’s seventeenth president in 2004, Dr. Anne Kerr’s visionary leadership has enhanced the student experience on campus and increased the college’s national prominence. Under her direction, the institution has renewed its commitment to educate the whole person—academically, socially, spiritually and physically—in order to insure that students leave prepared to make a positive and consequential impact on our world. Early in her tenure, Dr. Kerr oversaw implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan for the College that was designed to enrich all facets of our student-centered culture. Opportunities for active learning and leadership were increased; innovative, engaged, and personalized instruction were prioritized; and the College’s scholar-athlete program became a national model for NCAA Division II athletic programs. Recent college improvements include ongoing restoration projects on the Frank Lloyd Wright campus and the construction of a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House for use as a Tourism and Education Center, which will be the first Wright design built since 1966. Other new construction includes the two-building Barnett Residential Complex and the

Pete Meyer Athletic Director

Named to the AD position February 21, 2008, he officially assumed his duties July 1, 2008, when Lois Webb retired. In the fall of 2008, Meyer was given the additional title of Dean of Wellness, putting the operation of the Hollis Wellness Center, as well as the water ski program and campus intramurals under his direction. Meyer, who has been at Florida Southern since 1998, also served as assistant athletics director for Webb from February of 2006 until his AD appointment. In his previous stint as baseball coach (2002-08), Meyer spent six full seasons as head coach, guiding the Moccasins to their ninth NCAA Division II national title in 2005 with a 51-11 record. His head coaching record at Florida Southern is 282-121-1, while his overall record as a head coach is 321-151-1. Thirty-eight Moccasin baseball players have been drafted or signed professional contracts during Meyer's tenure as head coach. Before officially assuming the reigns of head baseball coach in June of 2002, Meyer had served for over three years as Florida Southern's top assistant coach under Chuck Anderson. He also was the program's recruiting coordinator. Prior to joining the FSC coaching staff, Meyer spent five seasons at Valdosta State, working under legendary head coach Tommy Thomas. Before his stint at Valdosta State, Meyer was head baseball coach at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where he coordinated the start of the school's Division III program in 1991. His Oglethorpe teams won Eastern Division titles in the SCAC in each of his two seasons (1992-93). He served as a graduate assistant at Valdosta State from 198890, while earning his M. Ed. in physical education. A four-year baseball letterman at the College of Wooster in Ohio, Meyer graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in speech communication. Meyer is married to the former Julie Newnum. The couple has three children - 23-year old Ross, 21-year-old Mitchell, who is enrolled at FSC, and 20-year old Megan, who attends Trinity University in Texas.

Now in his fourth year (2011-12) as Director of Athletics at Florida Southern College, Pete Meyer saw Moccasin teams enjoy another successful year in 2010-11. The women’s golf team finished third at the NCAA Division II Championship; the swimming team claimed four individual event NCAA championships (Mary O’Sullivan – 200-yard freestyle and 200-yard backstroke, Jeb Halfacre – 200-yard backstroke, and the men’s 400-yard medley relay team); and twelve of FSC’s programs participated in NCAA postseason competition. FSC won Sunshine State Conference titles in men’s cross country (14th straight) and women’s basketball (regular season and SSC tournament), won the SSC women’s Mayors’ Cup, and tied for second in the men’s Mayors’ Cup. That success combined to give the Moccasins a 19th-place finish, tops among SSC schools, in the 2010-11 Learfield Sports/NACDA Cup standings and their 10th top-25 finish in the program's history. Meyer also returned to the coaching ranks in 2010-11, taking command of the baseball program 12 games into the season and guiding the Moccasins to a final season record of 32-15. In 2009-10, FSC won its 12th NCAA men’s golf title and 27th national title overall and produced its first national champion in swimming (Jeb Halfacre – 200-yard backstroke). Eleven programs were represented in NCAA postseason competition, with men’s golf, basketball and cross country teams capturing SSC titles. In Meyer's first year as AD (2008-09), Moccasin teams produced three SSC championships (men's cross country, men's basketball, softball) and a fifth-place national finish in women's golf. Eleven FSC teams went to NCAA postseason competition. 2


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide

Moccasin Head Coaching Staff

Chris Bellotto Softball

Linc Darner Men’s Basketball

Kara Reber Women’s Lacrosse

Trish Riddell Women’s Tennis

Robbie Davis Women’s Golf

Doug Gordin Men’s Golf

Hugh Seyfarth Men’s Soccer

Trey Heath Men’s Tennis

Duncan Sherrard Swimming

Pete Meyer Baseball

Jill Stephens Volleyball

Jamie Moreno CrossCountry Track & Field

Ben Strawbridge Women’s Soccer

Jarrod Olson Women’s Basketball

Marty Ward Men’s Lacrosse

Moccasin Administrative and Support Staff

Marie Scovron Associate AD/SWA NCAA Compliance

Al Green Assistant AD Head Athletic Trainer

Kelly Cox Athletic Trainer

Meghan Fornoff Athletic Trainer

Susan Sargeant Administrative Assistant

Micki Watson Athletic Business Manager

Bill Turnage Sports Information Director

Kevin McCarthy Athletic Trainer

Ronnie Akins Equipment Manager 3

Malcolm Manners Faculty Athletic Representative

Katie Kass Athletic Trainer

Cornelius Jackson Grounds

Brink Schoonmaker Grounds


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2011 Florida Southern Preview th

Some would say the mountain has come to Ben Straw bridge in 2011, and if that’s true, he’s stepping forward to greet it with arms wide open. It’s the same way he’s welcomed every other challenge in his six years as head coach of the Florida Southern women’ss soccer team, and so far, a whole lot of mountains have been climbed, moved, and generally pounded down into mole hills. In this case, the mountain is the departure of a senior class that would have to be considered the strongest in the program’s 14-year year history. Among them were five allconference players, two all-region selections, a two-time time MVP, the team’s all-time leading scorer,, and two defenders who helped the Moccasins record 26 shutouts and a 1.22 goals against average over the last four years. It sounds like a lot to replace, and it is, but Strawbridge won’t be facing the challenge alone. He’s got plenty of help from a group of players who are eager to leave their own legacy on the program, including some who already have. Overall, the Moccasins return 12 players from last year’s team, and seven of them started at least a dozen games. They may have lost their top two scorers, but the Mocs return the next four on the list; they may have lost two starting defenders, but they return two others, plus a 4-year starting goalkeeper; and they may have lost one of the best midfielders they’ve ever had, but they return so many others with so much experience, Strawbridge may have trouble getting them all on the field at the same time. Some of those midfielders will also be playing as forwards, just as they’ve done in the past, and that should ease much of the logjam at that position. With All-SSC forwards Princess Haley and Kerri-Ann Brown having graduated, the Moccasins will have to replace that offense from somewhere, and there’s a good chance much of it will come from the group of swing players who can play either up front or in the midfield. Replacing midfielder Jackie Bachteler is another issue, but Strawbridge says it’s not so much a question of replacement, as it is trying to emulate the things she did over the last four years. It’s also a call for the returning veterans to push their game to an even higher level than what they’ve shown in the past. Five of those players are seniors, and they’ve done a lot of scoring themselves over the last three years. Leading that group is Alex H oover, an AllSSC forward in 2009 who has 13 goals and 46 points in her career. She led the SSC in assists as a sophomore, and led the team again last year while playing both forward and midfield. She’ll give Florida Southern a goal-scoring threat no matter where she is in the lineup, and the Mocs will also be counting on her playmaking skills to set up others.

The same is true of 5 -year senior Adi Alvarado, who had three goals and two assists last year in her first season with the Moccasins. After putting up 16 goals and 16 assists as a sophomore in 2008 for one of the nation’s top junior college programs, she too has shown the ability to score when needed. Unlike Hoover and Alvarado, Emily Griffith has been used strictly as a midfielder in her career, but the Moccasins are still counting on her to supply a portion of the offense. She did that last year with three goals and three assists, after putting up three goals and four assists as a sophomore. H anna J ansson is another senior who has spent much of her time at Florida Southern floating between the midfield and forward lines, though midfield appears to be her position in 2011. She’s started a total of 14 games in her career and come off the bench in 39 others. The Mocs are also hoping H olly Bennett can re-assume a bigger role as she did in 2009, when her contributions to the defense helped her earn a spot as one of the team’s top reserves. While the midfield line is dominated by the large group of seniors, Florida Southern’s top scorer at that position last year was a freshman. Now in her second season, K ara Moore is expected to continue what she started last year when she scored four goals and 11 points. Her skill on set plays gives Florida Southern a legitimate chance to score every time a free kick or corner kick is taken. Sophomore Alyssa Abrahamsen is yet another versatile player who could end up anywhere on the field. Listed as a midfielder, Abrahamsen has been used at center back and at forward, and already has plenty of game experience with 19 appearances and five starts as a freshman. Sophomore Mandy Terbrueggen rounds out the returning midfielders, and the Moccasins are hoping to get her more game action in 2011. With so many veteran midfielders already on the roster, Strawbridge has the luxury of working the freshmen into the lineup when they’re ready. One of them may already have a leg up, as Amy Wheat graduated early from high school, and joined the Moccasins last spring. Wheat was an All-State selection at Lecanto her sophomore year when she had over 30 goals and 30 assists, but could be used on defense as well at Florida Southern. Marissa Maries spent her spring helping Steinbrenner High School in Tampa win a state championship in only its second year of existence, and scored in both the semifinals and championship game. Out-of-state products Sarah Mansager and Emmalisa Z apfe are also in the mix. Mansager helped South River High School in Maryland reach the regional semifinals as a senior and record 30 shutouts over her final three seasons there.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide Zapfe, meanwhile, helped Cherry Hill West High School come within one game of the state final four in New Jersey. Another freshman who will have a chance to make an impact right away is forward K irra Rainbow , a finalist for the 3A Player-of-the-Year award in 2010 with Melbourne Central Catholic, and a 2-time All-State selection. She also helped her club team win the state cup in 2007. Strawbridge is hoping Rainbow can pick up some of the slack on offense left by last year’s departed seniors, but she can also play in the back if needed. She was MCC’s defensive player-of-the-year as a sophomore, showing her ability to play both ends of the field. Playing both ends is something junior K ayla Wilhide will be attempting to do as well, perhaps even more dramatically. For the last two years, Wilhide served as Florida Southern’s backup goalkeeper, but this year she’s moving to forward where the Mocs hope she can provide support for their more established goal scorers. No player on the roster though, embodies the end-to-end concept more than junior Morgan Sammons. As a freshman in 2009, she started 12 games as a forward, and totaled five goals and 16 points. Last year as a sophomore, all of her starts came at center back until the NCAA Tournament when she moved up front again and scored Florida Southern’s only goal in the 1-1 tie with Florida Tech. For now, she’s projected to be in the middle of the Moccasin defense where she’ll have to assume more responsibility after the graduation of Ashlie Haas. What Sammons did for the defense last year is something Lex ie Bottomley has been doing for three years, and soon to be four. The senior has started every game in her career at outside back and seems to be at her best in the Mocs’ biggest games. There have been too many times to count over the last three seasons when Bottomley prevented a goal or snuffed out a scoring chance that either kept Florida Southern in the game, or in the lead. With half of last year’s back line now graduated, along with top reserve Anna Ott, Bottomley will be one of those seniors the Mocs may have to lean on even more. In addition to Haas, the Moccasins also graduated All-SSC defender Kristen Vollmer, who played the outside back position opposite Bottomley for most of the last three years. Strawbridge admitted losing both of them was big, but the Mocs will compensate by moving forward in a different way, and much of the preseason has been devoted to finding new starters at those positions. One of them could be sophomore Brooke Williams, who played her freshman year at Florida Gulf Coast University. She appeared in seven games for the Eagles, a team that knows

something about defense with 11 shutouts and only nine goals allowed in their 17 games last year. She’s also very familiar with what the Mocs like to do with their defense after playing club soccer for Strawbridge and current assistant coach Jason Streets with Real Salt Lake Florida. The Moccasins also landed junior college transfer Robin Loughry from the powerful Polk State program that also produced Vollmer, Alvarado, and Brown, as well as former AllSouth Region defender Renee Heacock. Loughry helped Polk State post eight shutouts in 16 games as a sophomore when the Vikings were ranked #1 in the country at one point, and th finished the year 6 in the national tournament. Freshman J ackie Metz will have a chance to earn a starting job too after leading Vero Beach High School to the 6A state championship game as a senior. A 3-time All-State selection, she can also play midfield, and her numbers from high school include seven goals and 16 assists as a senior. Redshirt freshman Elise Fisher has also played in Florida’s 6A state championship game, doing so in 2010 for Boca Raton Community High School. She was part of a defense that recorded 48 shutouts in her last three seasons, including 19 during the run to the title game her senior year. Like Metz, it means she’s played on the big stage in high school, helping prepare her for bigger things in college. Auburn Cherry is another freshman trying to crack the lineup after a stand-out career at Mitchell High School in New Port Richey. She was one of the top defenders in Pasco County during her prep career and helped Mitchell win two district titles during that time. Caitlyn Lopez completes the freshman class of defenders for Florida Southern, though she was an All-Pinellas County midfielder as a senior for East Lake High School. Like so many of the other recent recruits, Lopez has big game experience too, helping the Eagles reach the 5A state final four in 2008, and her club team reach Florida’s “elite eight” in both 2009 and 2010. The Moccasin defense wouldn’t be complete without senior goalkeeper Martina Tangen Billing, who’s started all 60 games over the last three years, and played all but 30 minutes. In every high-pressure game the Mocs have had, Tangen Billing has delivered, and the numbers bear that out. She’s been on the All-SSC Tournament Team all three years of her career so far, an unprecedented feat among league goalkeepers. Last year she turned in a career-best 1.11 goals against average with 80 saves. With Wilhide changing positions, freshman Erin Moseley figures to become the backup to Tangen Billing while prepping for a possible starting job in the future. Her résumé includes an appearance in the state cup final four in 2011 with her Jacksonville Fury club team, and the 2009 US Club Soccer Cup national championships with the First Coast Kyx.

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Head Coach Ben Strawbridge

Ben Strawbridge is in his sixth year as head women’s soccer coach at Florida Southern College after being hired on June 14, 2006. He is only the second head coach the program has had since it began play in 1998, and he’s guided the Moccasins to four straight 10-win seasons coming into 2011. Last year also marked the fourth year in a row Florida Southern has finished the year in the top six of the NCAA South Region rankings. Overall, Strawbridge has put together a 54-35-8 record in his first five seasons, which includes a 24-15-1 mark in the Sunshine State Conference, two appearances in the SSC Championship Game, and three straight trips to the NCAA Tournament from 2008-10. Both the SSC Championship Game and NCAA playoff appearances are the first in team history. Other firsts for the Moccasins under Strawbridge are their first national ranking (2008), their first win over a ranked opponent (2009), their first All-American (2007), and their first Academic All-American (2008). Strawbridge also earned a “first” for himself when he was voted the SSC Coach-of-the-Year in 2007. Over the last four years, Florida Southern has gone 48-24-8 for a .650 winning percentage overall, and 22-9-1 for a .703 winning percentage in SSC regular season play. The 22 conference wins are tied with Rollins for the most in the SSC during that span, and only Rollins at .766, has a better SSC winning percentage from 2007-10. Florida Southern and Rollins are also the only teams in the conference to have four straight 10-win seasons during that time. It’s an even more impressive feat considering the quality of play in the SSC, a league that has had six different teams play in the NCAA Tournament since 2007, and two of them advance to at least the national semifinals. All of that came with Strawbridge’s first ever recruiting class. Scheduling is a big reason why the Moccasins have achieved their recent success, with Strawbridge putting his team up against the best competition he can find. Since he arrived, Florida Southern has faced 22 nationally ranked opponents,

including five last year when the Mocs went 1-1-3 in those games. In each of the last two seasons, the Mocs have gone on the road to upset top-10 teams, earning a 2-1 overtime win at #9 Franklin Pierce (NH) in 2009, and a 3-2 overtime win at #2 West Florida in 2010. They also tied another team ranked #2 in the nation last year when they played to a scoreless draw at Columbus State. In addition to their games against ranked opponents, 2010 marked the third time in five years the Moccasins have played at least seven games against teams that went on to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. In all five of those years, the Mocs played one team that advanced to at least the national semifinals, and in 2007 and 2008, the Mocs took on the defending national champs. The 2011 schedule features a similar group, with seven of last year’s NCAA qualifiers on the docket for this year as well. Typical of how they’ve played under Strawbridge, the Moccasins were at their best in 2010 against the best teams on the schedule. En route to a 10-5-4 overall record, the Mocs defeated four teams that won conference regular season or tournament championships (West Florida, Abilene Christian, Nova Southeastern and Tampa), and tied another (Columbus State). They also played national semi-finalist Florida Tech to a tie on two different occasions, including once in the NCAA South Region Tournament where the Panthers needed penalty kicks to advance past Florida Southern. The Mocs even played seven of the top 16 scoring offenses in the nation in 2010, beating four of them and tying two others. Results such as that helped put Florida Southern into the NCAA Tournament for the third year in a row, equaling the longest current streak in the Sunshine State Conference. At the end of the season, four Moccasins were named to the All-SSC Team, led by Princess Haley, who became only the second player in team history to earn all-conference honors three years in a row. That brought the number of All-SSC selections under Strawbridge to 17 in five years, including 12 distinct players. 2010 also saw Florida Southern achieve its highest national ranking in program history when the Moccasins moved up to #12 in the NSCAA poll after defeating West Florida on

Top Teams in the Sunshine State Conference Since 2007 With SSC Regular Season Records During that Time Rollins

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide September 12. They spent the next six weeks ranked in the top20, and finished the regular season at #25. In the NCAA regional rankings, the Moccasins reached #1 for the first time ever on October 27, 2010. Strawbridge first arrived at Florida Southern in 2006, and had little time to prepare for his first college head coaching job. Hired on June 14, his first look at the Moccasins came just two months later, and six of his first nine games were against teams that qualified for that year’s NCAA Tournament. Florida Southern finished 6-11 that year, but even with that record, there were signs of things to come. In their first two games under Strawbridge, the Mocs took Peach Belt champion Columbus State to double overtime, and lost another one-goal decision to Armstrong Atlantic State, both of whom advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The following weekend saw Strawbridge earn his first career win with a 2-0 decision over Montevallo on September 1, as well as a 2-1 overtime victory against Alabama-Huntsville. The Mocs continued to improve throughout the season, and went 4-4 over the last eight games. By the time his rookie season ended, Strawbridge and the Moccasins had played seven games against NCAA Tournament teams, the most of any school in the Sunshine State Conference. The Mocs dropped two of those games in double overtime, lost another one in the final seconds, and battled national semifinalist Tampa evenly for more than 70 minutes. Along the way, there were plenty of highlights for Strawbridge in his first year. The Moccasins set a team scoring record in a 7-1 win over Warner Southern, earned their first ever win over national power Barry, and won three dramatic overtime games against South Region competition. In year two of the Strawbridge era, the Mocs picked up where they left off in 2006, as their 5-0 start included wins over Armstrong Atlantic State and Montevallo, two teams that went on to earn NCAA Tournament bids. The Mocs almost joined them, and finished the season ranked high enough in the final South Region poll, but were bumped in favor of an automatic qualifier that won the Gulf South Conference Tournament in upset fashion. Altogether, Florida Southern again faced seven teams that did make the NCAA Tournament, beating two and tying another (Nova SE). They also lost double overtime games to Saint Leo and national champion Tampa, and played an even game with 2006 national champion Metro State in Denver for 70 minutes. Games like that meant the Mocs’ record of 12-7-1 came against the most difficult schedule they’d ever faced to that point. In addition to seven games against NCAA qualifiers, the Mocs also faced 11 teams that won 10 or more games, and were the only team in the country to schedule both the 2006 and 2007 national champions. It also helped the Mocs reach their highest regional ranking ever at the time (#4), and receive votes in the national poll for the first time in team history. Not surprisingly, the Moccasins set numerous school records in their second year under Strawbridge. While the wins were the most

important of those, they also established new marks for longest winning streak, goals scored, goals per game, total points, shutouts, and fewest shots allowed, and had three players named First Team All-Sunshine State Conference. That was one more than they had in the previous nine years. Most of those records didn’t last long, however, as the Mocs turned right around and broke many of them again in 2008. The impact Strawbridge had was felt all over the field too. Up front, Linda Hoglund set school records with 33 points and 17 assists, and became the first Moccasin to lead the nation in any statistical category (assists per game). The back line saw Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck star as the SSC Defensive Player-ofthe-Year in her first season at that position, yet still lead the team in goals scored, and the nation in scoring by a defender. Meanwhile, Erin Hopkins set a school scoring record by a midfielder, first-year starting goalkeeper Sarah Furr set a record for shutouts, and a defense with three converted forwards allowed only 9.6 shots per game. After the season, ClampittHolsenbeck was honored as the team’s first Daktroncis AllAmerican, Hoglund and Hopkins were all-region selections, and Strawbridge was voted SSC Coach-of-the-Year. After coming up just short in their quest for an NCAA Tournament bid in 2007, the Moccasins made it in 2008, going 14-4-2 overall and 7-1 in the Sunshine State Conference. That earned the Mocs 2nd place in the SSC regular season standings, their best finish ever. After a 3-2, double-overtime win vs. Tampa in the SSC Tournament semifinals, the Mocs also played in their first SSC Championship Game, tying Saint Leo 1-1, before being edged in penalty kicks. One day later, the Mocs were awarded the #3 seed in the Division II South Region Tournament, where they battled conference rival Florida Tech to a 1-1 draw before the Panthers advanced on penalty kicks. While Florida Southern’s 14 wins were an impressive total, the way they were accomplished was equally so. The regular season schedule featured seven teams that played in the 2007 NCAA Tournament, two additional teams that qualified in 2008, and even a Division I program. At one point, beginning in midSeptember, Florida Southern reeled off 11 straight wins to set a school record for longest winning streak. Seven of those wins came in conference play, including a grueling 5-day stretch where the Mocs beat Nova Southeastern, Saint Leo and Tampa, the league’s top three teams from 2007. After beating Saint Leo on October 19, Florida Southern moved into the NSCAA national rankings for the first time ever at #24, and spent the next three weeks in the poll. They went 3-1-1 during that stretch, which included a pair of wins over defending national champion Tampa. Statistically, the Moccasins finished #12 in the country in scoring, averaging 2.75 goals per game with a school-record 55 goals. They were the only Division II team in the country to go through the entire season without being shut out, and one of only six to score on national runner-up West Florida. Along those lines, Strawbridge saw five of his players in 2008 record at least 20 points, led by midfielder Erin Hopkins (12 goals & 12 assists) and forward Princess Haley (15 goals & five assists). With 36 and 35 points respectively, 7


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide each of them broke the previous school scoring record and went on to earn First Team All-SSC honors. Along with Linda Hoglund (who set Florida Southern’s career scoring record), the Mocs also had three players named to the NSCAA All-South Region Team, and Hopkins became the first Moccasin ever to be named an NSCAA All-American, as well as an Academic All-American. In 2009, Strawbridge had the task of replacing three of his all-conference performers from the previous season, but he and the Moccasins came up with two new All-SSC players and went on to earn another trip to the NCAA Tournament. It wasn’t easy, as they started 0-2 and dropped their first four regional games to put themselves in a tough position just three weeks into the season. What followed was a remarkable nine-game, 26-day stretch that saw them go 7-1-1, with all of those games against regional opponents. The Mocs ended that run with a resounding 4-1 victory at Saint Leo, a win that vaulted them back into playoff position when a loss might have knocked them out. At the end of the year, Florida Southern’s 12-8-1 record included a 6-2 mark in conference play and two more wins in the SSC Tournament. That put them in the SSC Championship game for the second year in a row where they lost to 8th-ranked Rollins, 1-0. The championship game against Rollins was one of a school-record seven matches against nationally ranked teams. Earlier in the year the Moccasins beat one of them for the first time ever, a 2-1 overtime win at Franklin Pierce, a program with five national titles to its credit and ranked #9 at the time of the match. The Mocs then added to their list with a 2-0 win over #15 Florida Tech in the semifinals of the SSC Tournament. Though 2009 ended with a 3-2 loss to North Alabama in the NCAA South Region Tournament, Florida Southern had its third straight 12-win season and set a new school record with eight shutouts. The team’s 1.30 goals against average came against a schedule that featured seven games against the top 14 scoring teams in Division II, another indication of the type of schedule Strawbridge annually conceives. The Moccasins also had three players on the NSCAA All-South Region Team for the second year in a row. Prior to Florida Southern, Strawbridge was the assistant women's soccer coach at Division I Liberty University from 2002-05 under James Price. In his final season with the Flames, he helped Liberty win the 2005 Big South Conference championship, and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. The

Y ear 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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BEN STRAWBRIDGE Y EAR-BY GF GA SO SSC GF 26 34 1 2-6 8 46 24 7 4-3-1 15 55 27 7 7-1 22 41 28 8 6-2 18 34 22 4 5-3 16 202 135 27 24-15-1 79

Flames were 12-7-2 overall and 5-3 in the Big South, giving them a winning conference record in all four years Strawbridge was an assistant, including 2002 when they were undefeated in league play. Strawbridge also played at Liberty, where he started all 67 games from 1998-2001 as a defender. During that time, he established himself as one of the best players to ever wear a Flames uniform. He was two-time All-South Atlantic Region, and remains the only player in team history to earn First Team All-Big South honors three straight years. His play in 1999 helped Liberty goalkeeper Dean Short set a Big South Conference record with 10 shutouts. After his college career, Strawbridge went on to play two seasons with the Richmond Kickers in the USL A-League. He was also a third round draft pick by the Milwaukee Wave in the 2002 Major Indoor Soccer League draft. While he spent eight years in Lynchburg, Virginia as part of Liberty’s soccer program, Strawbridge began his soccer career in Lakeland, which made his arrival at Florida Southern in 2006 as more of a homecoming. He was a member of three state championship teams at Lakeland Christian in his prep career before signing with Liberty. Strawbridge earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Liberty in 2002, and his master’s in business administration in 2006. He and his wife, Kristy, have two daughters: 5-year old, Aslyn, and 4-year old Maryn, and 1year old Hackett.

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Assistant Coach Jason Streets

Now in his fourth year as assistant coach at Florida Southern is Jason Streets, and like head coach Ben Strawbridge, he’s a Lakeland native who graduated from both Lakeland Christian High School and Liberty University, where they were college teammates from 1998-2001. While at Liberty, Streets was a First Team All-Big South Conference selection in 1999, when he put together one of the best seasons ever by a member of the Flames. That year he became just the fifth player in school history with a 30-point season when he scored 14 goals and added two assists. His team-leading point total helped Liberty to a school-record 14 wins that season, and a runner-up finish in the Big South Conference Tournament. He was a member of the all-tournament team, helping the Flames defeat Elon and Winthrop before they were out-dueled in penalty kicks by Radford. Two years later as a senior, he notched nine assists to lead the Big South Conference in that category and equal the second most ever recorded by a Liberty player. He scored 27 goals with 11 assists in his career, finishing with 65 career points to rank 10th in team history. During his time at Liberty, the Flames were 18-8-1 in conference play, won two Big South regular season titles, and finished second in the Big South Tournament three times. In addition to his duties at Florida Southern, Streets is also head coach of the girls’ soccer team at Lakeland Christian, a title he’s held since 2004 when he debuted with a 23-4 record in his rookie season. His seven-year record stands at 122-37-15 for a .744 winning percentage, with seven appearances in the state playoffs. The Vikings have won the district title six times under Streets, including 2011, and finished as runner-up in the one year they didn’t win. Last year, Streets guided the Vikings to a 15-3-2 record, which included a spot in the region championship game for the sixth time in his career. While coaching in both high school and college, Streets is also a staff coach for the Brandon FC Elite Program, and is heavily involved in the Florida Youth Soccer Association where he has coached two state championship teams. Streets is not the only member of his family involved in coaching, or to be involved with the Florida Southern soccer program. His brother Grandy is the boys’ coach at Lakeland Christian, and his brother Jonathan played three years at Florida Southern from 2003-05, and is also a current assistant coach with the women’s team.

Assistant Coach Jonathan Streets

Returning for his second tour of duty with the Florida Southern women’s soccer team is Jonathan Streets, the younger brother of another Moccasin assistant, Jason Streets. Jonathan previously served as an assistant under Ben Strawbridge during the 2006 and 2007 seasons. A teammate of Strawbridge in both high school (Lakeland Christian) and college (Liberty University), much as his brother was, Streets was also a 3-year letterman for the Florida Southern men’s soccer team from 2003-05. After injuries allowed him to play in only nine games his sophomore year, he was named the Moccasins’ top midfielder as a junior when he scored two goals, led the team with five assists, and was third on the team with nine points in 13 games. As a senior, Streets started all but one game, and again tied for the team lead with five assists. At that point, he was only the third player in the program’s 50-year history to lead, or tie for the team lead, in assists during back-to-back seasons. Including his freshman year at Liberty, Streets finished his college career with five goals and 13 assists for 23 points. Prior to his days at Liberty and Florida Southern, Streets helped Lakeland Christian win state championships in 1996 and ’97. He was then a First Team All-State selection as a junior and senior, the 2000 Florida co-Player-of-the-Year for the state’s fall programs, and totaled 116 goals and 80 assists in his prep career. Streets graduated from Florida Southern in the spring of 2006 with a degree in marketing, and is married to former Florida Southern volleyball player Amanda Buchanan.

Assistant Coach Ricky Davis

New to the coaching staff in 2011 is Ricky Davis, who will serve as Florida Southern’s goalkeeping coach. Davis is also a coach with Brandon Area Youth Soccer in the boys’ elite program, and serves as club goalkeeping coach as well. The President of Premier Goalkeeper Training, he owns the NSCAA National Diploma and the NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma.

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As a freshman (2010)… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… One of eight players to appear in all 19 games, but one of only two freshmen… Three of her five starts came against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament, and another was against Saint Leo in the first round of the conference tournament… One of the Mocs’ top reserves for most of the season, and was the first or second player off the bench five times… Scored her first career goal in a 5-0 win over Nova Southeastern (Oct. 23)… Picked up her assist in the 4-0 win over Eckerd (Sept. 15)… Averaged 34 minutes per match… In high school… Joined the Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT Moccasins as a 2010 graduate of Highland High 2010 19 5 637 4 1 1 3 School in New York, where she played soccer for CAREER 19 5 637 4 1 1 3 coach Keith Walker… Selected to the NYSSWA Class B All-State Team and First Team All-Mid Hudson Athletic League as a junior (fall of 2008) when she scored four goals and had 23 assists… Played as a forward in 2007, and had 17 goals and 13 assists… Missed most of her senior season with a knee injury, scoring three goals with one assist in four games... Returned in the spring to play softball for Highland High School and was a First Team All-MHAL selection as an infielder… Also played basketball in her career at Highland High School… Played for the Highland United Soccer Club… Extra… Born 6/2/92… Daughter of Kai and Lucille Abrahamsen… Has one older brother (Erik) and one older sister (Nicole)… Human Movement & Performance major.

#24, ALYSSA ABRAHAMSEN 5-08, Sophomore, Midfielder H ighland, NY

As a 4th-year junior (2010)… #9, ADI ALVARADO Sunshine State Commissioner’s th Honor Roll… Started eight 5-09, 5 -Y ear Senior, Forw ard/ Midfielder games as a forward and four Frostproof, FL as a midfielder… First player off the bench in four of the five games she played as a reserve… Missed games against Columbus State and North Georgia due to commitments with the Florida Southern nursing program… Tied for fourth on the team with three goals and was fifth with eight points… Made her Moccasin debut against Georgia College and scored the game-winning goal early in the second half for a 2-1 victory (Sept. 3)… Picked up another game-winner at Abilene Christian Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT when she scored directly off the overtime kickoff 2009 Redshirt Season for a 3-2 Moccasin win (Sept. 18)… Also had an 2010 17 12 994 35 3 2 8 assist in that game for a season-high three points… CAREER 17 12 994 35 3 2 8 Averaged 58 minutes per match… As a junior (2009)… Sat out the season as a redshirt… In junior college (2007-08)… Spent two years at Polk Community College in Winter Haven where she played two seasons for coach Bill Read… One of five players from PCC who have played for the Mocs since 2008… Selected Second Team Junior College AllAmerican and All-South Region as a sophomore (2008) when she scored 16 goals with 16 assists for 48 points… Helped the Vikings finish 13-3-1 with a final national ranking of #7… Had one goal and five assists as a freshman (2007) when the Vikings went 20-3-1 to finish #6 in the final national poll… In high school… 2007 graduate of Frostproof High School… Played for coach George Wrye… Honorable Mention All-State in 2007 when the Bulldogs went 17-2-1 and won their third straight district title… Team went 54-5-2 in her final three years at Frostproof… Also ran crosscountry, was a member of the track team and was Frostproof’s place-kicker on the football team as a senior… Qualified for the state cross-country meet… Honors graduate and member of the National Honor Society… Also played for the Winter Haven Kicks from 2005-07… Extra… Born 5/25/88… Daughter of Humberto and Carolina Alvarado… Has four brothers and sisters… Nursing major. 10


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide As a junior (2010)… NCAA Division II Academic #27, HOLLY BENNETT Achievement Award winner… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Played in 5-03, Senior, Midfielder three games a reserve midfielder… Played most of Tallahassee, FL the second half of a 3-0 win at Thomas to help the Moccasins complete a shutout (Sept. 10)… Averaged 14 minutes per match… As a sophomore (2009)… NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award winner… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Saw her role expanded significantly from her freshman season, playing in a total of 12 games as a reserve… Helped the Moccasin defense allow only three shots, and none on goal, in a 3-0 win at Eckerd, playing the final 30 minutes of that match in the back (Sept. 22)… Also helped limit Thomas (GA) to only three shots while playing most of the second half in a 4-0 win (Sept. 11)… Averaged 14 minutes Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT per match… As a freshman (2008)… 2008 2 0 31 0 0 0 0 Sunshine State Conference 2009 12 0 163 2 0 0 0 Commissioner’s Honor Roll… 2010 3 0 42 1 0 0 0 Played in two games as a reserve midfielder, with her most extensive CAREER 17 0 236 3 0 0 0 time coming in 6-0 win over Eckerd (Oct. 6)… In high school… 2008 graduate of Lincoln High School where she played for coach Danny O’Donnell… Honorable Mention All-Big Bend as both a junior and senior… Named team’s most valuable midfielder as a senior… Scored 14 goals with 16 assists in her high school career… Also had a 1.14 goals against average in six games as a goalkeeper… Team captain in 2007 and ’08… Won several academic awards as a senior at Lincoln, and graduated Magna Cum Laude… Played club soccer for Tallahassee United FC and coach Alex Morris for five years… Extra… Born 2/27/90… Daughter of Brad and Lisa Bennett… Both parents also attended Florida Southern, as did a grandmother, grandfather, great grandmother, two aunts and one brother… Has two older brothers (Danny and Jake)… Has several former teammates now playing college soccer, including Charlotte Murrell at Rollins… President’s List student for five semesters and Dean’s List student for the other during her time at Florida Southern… Serves as president of the Florida Southern history club and is a member of Kappa Delta… Helped coach the Lakeland Sparks in 2008-09… Played with the Thomasville Dragons in the WPSL in 2009… History major.

Did You Know?

Holly Bennett is a 4th-generation Moccasin and one of nine members of her immediate family who have attended Florida Southern College. She’s the second student-athlete in recent years to represent four generations of the same family at Florida Southern, joining former Moccasin softball player Arden Mitchell, who graduated in 2008. Arden remained at the college, and is now Florida Southern’s Assistant Director of Admissions.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide Begins her senior year as one of two current Moccasins who have a chance to be 4-year starters (goalkeeper Martina Tangen Billing is the other)… Depending on the Mocs’ postseason success, could graduate as the school’s career leader in games started, a record currently held by Jackie Bachteler with 79 from 2007-10… As a junior (2010)… One of six Moccasins to start all 19 games, the third year in a row she started every game… All 60 of her career starts have come at outside back, helping the Moccasins compile a 1.23 goals against average with 19 shutouts over the Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT last three years… Helped the Florida Southern 2008 20 20 1822 1 0 1 1 defense record a 1.11 goals against average (the 2009 21 21 1858 0 0 2 2 second lowest in team history) and four shutouts overall, and a 0.87 GAA in the 2010 19 19 1716 2 0 1 1 postseason… Also helped the Mocs go through CAREER 60 60 5396 3 0 4 4 the entire season without allowing more than two goals in any game, the first time in team history that happened… Moccasins had eight games allowing 10 shots or less in 2010, something that’s now happened 27 times in her 60 career starts… Twice helped the Mocs hold an opponent to only two shots during the 2010 season… Starred in the Mocs 1-1 tie with #19 Armstrong Atlantic State with three big plays that kept the Pirates off the scoreboard early (Sept. 5)… Broke up a potential game-winning goal in the second overtime of a 0-0 tie with #2 Columbus State (Oct. 1)… Notched her only assist in a 5-0 win vs. Nova Southeastern (Oct. 23)… Both of her shots came in separate games against Florida Tech… Fourth on the team in minutes played, averaging over 90 with the aid of six overtime games… As a sophomore (2009)… One of nine Moccasins to start all 21 games in 2009, and one of four to start every game over the last two seasons… Helped Florida Southern set a school record in 2009 with eight shutouts, four of them coming in conference play with another one in the SSC Tournament… Team had nine games allowing 10 shots or less, including the SSC Championship Game vs. Rollins (Nov. 8) and the NCAA Tournament game vs. North Alabama (Nov. 13)… Made 2nd-half solo stops inside the box in back-to-back games against Tampa and Lynn that helped preserve shutout wins by the Moccasins… Picked up her two assists in a 4-0 win over Thomas (Sept. 11) and a 5-0 win over Flagler (Sept. 30)… Set up the Mocs’ first goal in a 3-2 overtime win vs. Barry, a serve into the box that created a penalty kick for Princess Haley… (Oct. 3)… Fourth on the team in minutes played with an average of 88… As a freshman (2008)… One of five Moccasins to start all 20 games and the only freshman to be a regular starter… Third on the team in minutes played with all of her time coming at outside back… Helped the Moccasins tie a team record at the time with seven shutouts while putting together a 1.29 goals against average… Part of a back line that set another school record by holding Eckerd without a shot in 6-0 win over the Tritons (Oct. 6)… Helped the defense hold seven opponents to a single digit shot total, and an eight-game stretch in the middle of the season where they allowed no more than one goal… Helped give the Mocs a 1-0 win over defending national champion Tampa by holding UT scoring leader Shelby Kuni to only two shots (Oct. 21)… Set up another win over Did You Know? Tampa in the SSC Tournament semifinals by winning possession in the Coming into the 2011 season, only two final minute of the second overtime (Nov. 7)… Picked up her only point with an assist in 4-0 win vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (Sept. 23)… Averaged players in team history have started 91 minutes per match… In high school… Graduated from North more games as a defender than Lexie Kingstown High School in 2008… Four-year starter for coach Kevin Bottomley. One of those, Ashlie Haas, Powers… Second Team All-State as a junior and senior… Also made graduated last year with 77. The other First Team All-Division as a sophomore… Twice named team MVP… Also ran indoor track at North Kingstown… Played club soccer for the is Jannah Leffel, who started 62 games Rhode Island Lady Rays and coach Kevin Kennedy… Extra… Born between 1999 and 2002. 9/3/89… Daughter of Gordon and Karen Bottomley… Has one older brother (Gordon)… Business Administration major.

#3, LEXIE BOTTOMLEY 5-03, Senior, Defender North K ingstow n, RI

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide 2011 graduate of J.W. #14, AUBURN CHERRY Mitchell High School in New Port Richey… Played 5-02, Freshman, Defender soccer for coach Karl New Port Richey, FL Kukec, helping the Mustangs go 74-15-8, and win two district titles in her career… First Team All-Suncoast Conference, First Team All-Pasco County by the Tampa Tribune, and named Mitchell’s 2011 defensive player-of-the-year, while scoring two goals with six assists as a senior… Scored seven goals in her high school career… 4-year member of school honor roll… Played club soccer for Hillsborough County United Black and coach Igor Gonzalez, and HCU Red and coach George Fotopolous… Extra... Born 5/26/93… Daughter of Tony and Kim Cherry… Has two younger sisters who are also named after universities (Baylor and Emory)… Former high school teammates Dani Schulman now plays at Florida Gulf Coast, and two others (Arie Anthony at Eckerd, and Jenny Karl at Tampa) play for rival schools in the SSC… Criminology major.

As a true freshman (2010)… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Roll… Dean’s List student both semesters… Chosen to represent Florida Southern, along with men’s soccer player James May, at the 2010 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in Orlando… In high school… 2010 graduate of Boca Raton Community High School where she played soccer for coach Rachael Grimes… Part of a defense that recorded 48 shutouts over the last three seasons while going 64-16-6 during that time… Led the Bobcats to a 23-5-2 record, 19 shutouts, district and regional championships, and the Class 6A state championship game as a senior… Team allowed only 18 goals in 30 games during the 2009-10 season… Helped Bobcats reach the region final in 2009 when they posted 14 shutouts and gave up only 19 goals in 29 games… 2-time All-Palm Beach County… Honor roll student all four years… Played club soccer for Team Boca from 2000-2010, also coached by Rachael Grimes… Helped Team Boca advance to the state final four in 2010… Extra… Born 8/22/92… Daughter of Karen Fisher… Former teammates Caitlin Woody (Georgia), and Kelly Costopolous (Emory) are all playing college soccer… Undecided on major.

#20, ELISE FISHER 5-07, Redshirt Freshman, Defender Boca Raton, FL

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide 2011 co-captain with Martina Tangen Billing and Morgan Sammons… As a junior (2010)… One of six Moccasins to start all 19 games, and started every game for the second year in a row… Tied for fourth on the team with three goals and was fourth with nine points… The Moccasins’ highest scoring regular midfielder… Scored the gamewinning goal in the 81st minute to snap a tie game and give the Mocs a 2-1 victory over Tampa (Oct. 5)… Had one goal and all three of her assists in conference play… Had six of her nine points in a 5game stretch during the middle of the year Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT that saw the Mocs go 4-1… One of those 2008 19 5 763 20 0 2 2 games was a 3-1 victory over Lynn where she 2009 21 21 1604 23 3 4 10 had one assist, giving her two goals and two 2010 19 19 1422 30 3 3 9 assists against the Knights in her career, with at least one point in all four of those games… CAREER 59 45 3789 73 6 9 21 Averaged 75 minutes per match, second among Florida Southern midfielders… As a sophomore (2009)… Sunshine State Conference All-Tournament Team… SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… One of nine Moccasins to start all 21 games in 2009… One of six to have at least 10 points, scoring three goals with four assists in her first season as a full-time starter… Had game-winning goals in 4-0 win over Thomas (GA) (Sept. 11) and in 3-2, double-overtime win over Lynn in the first round of the SSC Tournament (Nov. 3)… Game-winning goal against Lynn came 3:03 into second overtime period… Also scored against Lynn in 2-0 win during the regular season (Oct. 11)… Assisted the Moccasins’ other overtime goal in a 3-2 win vs. Barry (Oct. 3)… Three of her four assists came on game-winners, including one in a 1-0 win at Massachusetts-Lowell (Sept. 6)… Averaged 76 minutes per match… As a freshman (2008)… SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… The Moccasins’ top reserve midfielder who also started five games… Was the first or second player off the bench in the final seven games of the season, except for the October 31 game at Rollins in which she started… Picked up assists in conference wins over Eckerd and Lynn… Nearly won the game in overtime in the SSC semifinals vs. Tampa (Nov. 7) when her shot went off the crossbar, though the Mocs eventually won, 3-2… Averaged 40 minutes per match… In high school… 2008 graduate of Did You Know? Archbishop Spalding High School where she played for coach Bob In each of Florida Southern’s last two Dieterle… Had four goals and six assists as a senior when she also helped overtime wins at Barnett Field, Emily the Cavaliers post a 0.32 goals against average and 16 shutouts… Team went 18-2-1 and was ranked #1 in the country at one point by Griffith was involved in the game-winning Studentsports.com… Team won the IAAM A Conference championship goal. Both of those wins came in 2009, in 2006-07… Also played four years of basketball and one year of when she assisted Kerri-Ann Brown in a lacrosse… Played club soccer for the Freestate Vipers and Baltimore 3-2 win over Barry, and scored against Bays… Extra… Born 7/23/90… Daughter of Beth and George Griffith… Has one younger sister (Rachael)… Former high school teammates Lynn in the SSC Tournament for another Christine Nairn (Penn State) and Chelsea Allen (Wake Forest) are also 3-2 win. playing in college… Human Movement & Performance major.

#22, EMILY GRIFFITH 5-08, Senior, Midfielder Ellicott City, MD

Did You Know?

Florida Southern’s 3-2 overtime win at West Florida last year represented the highest ranked opponent the Moccasins have ever defeated. The Argonauts were ranked #2 in the NSCAA national poll at the time. Later in the season, Florida Southern played another team ranked #2, Columbus State, to a 0-0 tie. Prior to that, Florida Southern had been 0-7 all-time against teams that were ranked in the national top five. Only once have the Mocs faced the #1 ranked team in the country, losing to Barry in 2000 by a score of 6-0. 14


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide Begins her senior year tied for #8, ALEX HOOVER eighth in team history with 46 career points, the most among any 5-03, Senior, Midfielder/ Forw ard current player on the roster… West Palm Beach, FL Ranks third in team history with 20 career assists… As a junior (2010)… Started games as both a forward and midfielder, and was the first player off the bench in the five games she didn’t start… Missed games against Columbus State and North Georgia due to commitments with the Florida Southern nursing program… Led the team in assists for the second year in a row (5)… Scored her only goal of the season in 3-0 win at Thomas (Sept. 10)… Also had one assist in that game for a season-high three Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT points… Two of her five assists came 2008 20 3 853 27 8 4 20 during the postseason, with one in the 2-1 2009 21 15 1519 41 4 11 19 victory over Saint Leo in the first round 2010 17 12 972 15 1 5 7 of the SSC Tournament (Nov. 2), and CAREER 58 30 3344 83 13 20 46 the other in the 1-1 tie with Florida Tech in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 12)… That pushed her career postseason totals to one goal and four assists in nine games… Averaged 57 minutes per match… As a sophomore (2009)… Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference… Played in all 21 games, starting 15, and was the first player off the bench in the six she played as a reserve… Led the SSC with 11 assists, tied for the third most in school history, and was 25th in the country in assists per game… Third on the team with 19 points, just missing her second straight 20-point season… Ranked 11th in the SSC in total points… Tied a school record with three assists in 3-0 win at Eckerd (Sept. 22)… In so doing, joined former teammate Liz Gorman as the only Moccasins to ever have a 3-goal game and a 3-assist game in their careers… Had two other games with two assists, one of them a 5-0 win vs. Flagler in which she helped the Mocs score three times in the first 3½ minutes (Sept. 30)… Two of her four goals on the season came against Florida Tech, one of them a 68th minute game-winner in the SSC Tournament semifinals that helped beat the Panthers 2-0 (Nov. 6)… Had one goal and one assist off the bench in 4-1 win at Saint Leo that secured a spot in the NCAA Tournament (Oct. 17), the third time in her career she had one of each in the same game…Assisted one of the Florida Southern goals in its 3-2 loss to North Alabama in the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 13)… Averaged 72 minutes per match… As a freshman (2008)… SSC Offensive Player-of-the-Week for October 6… Florida Southern’s top reserve for most of the year, playing in all 20 games with three starts… One of five Moccasins with 20 or more points, and her 20 points were third in the SSC among freshmen… Tied the Florida Southern freshman scoring record with her 20 points, originally set by Mindy Dymon in 2001… Third on the team with eight goals… Scored her first college goal in 6-0 win at Thomas (Sept. 12)… Her second goal was the game-winner with 6:01 remaining in a 2-1 victory over Division I Liberty (Sept. 19), her first college start… Scored three goals in 5-1 win at Flagler (Sept. 30), then added another one in a 2-0 win at Florida Tech (Oct. 4) that helped her earn SSC Player-of-the-Week honors… Only the third freshman in school history with a hat trick… Had one goal and one assist in two different games… Started both games in the SSC Tournament and assisted the first goal in the 3-2 overtime semifinal win vs. Tampa (Nov. 7)… Averaged 43 minutes per match… In high school… 2008 graduate of Palm Beach Central High School… Played for coach Did You Know? Tom Dawkins her last three years at PBCHS… Scored 11 goals with 10 assists as a junior, and 17 goals with six assists as a senior… Set the Palm The Moccasins have had a total of nine Beach Central scoring record in only three years… First team allhat tricks, but Alex Hoover is the only conference as a sophomore, and first team all-county as both a junior and player to score three goals after coming senior… Second team all-area as a junior… Twice named team’s offensive player-of-the-year… Played club soccer for Palm Beach United off the bench. She did that as a and coach Brad Partridge, and Team Boca coached by Rachael Watkins… freshman in 2008, when she scored Also a member of the state ODP team in 2005… Extra… Born 4/13/90… three goals (on three shots) in the Daughter of Jeff and Valerie Hoover… Has two younger brothers (Jeff second half of a 5-1 win at Flagler. and Josh)… Former teammate with Team Boca, Katie Bolinsky, is now playing for Florida State… Nursing major.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide As a junior (2010)… Second Team Academic All-District… NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award winner… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… One of the Moccasins’ top reserves, though she started two games as a midfielder and two as a forward... Defensively, helped the Moccasins record four shutouts in her role as a midfielder… Averaged 17 minutes per match… As a sophomore (2009)… NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award winner… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Used as both a forward and midfielder, starting six games, GS MIN SH G A PT including all four during the postseason… First or 4 536 21 1 1 3 second player off the bench in 14 of the 15 games 6 786 24 4 2 10 she played as a reserve… One of six players on the 4 253 6 0 0 0 team with at least 10 points… Scored two goals as a reserve in the final 15 minutes to secure a 4-0 win 14 1575 51 5 3 13 over Thomas (Sept. 11)… Tallied the game-winning goal on a free kick at Saint Leo early in the second half, helping the Mocs rally from a 1-0 deficit for a 4-1 win (Oct. 17)… Picked up a goal and an assist in the 3-2, double-overtime win vs. Lynn in the first round of the SSC Tournament (Nov. 3)… Averaged 37 minutes per match, the most of any of Florida Southern’s regular reserves… As a freshman (2008)… SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Used as both a forward and midfielder, mostly as a reserve, but did make four starts… First or second player off the bench in four other games… Assisted game-winning goal in 2-0 win vs. South Carolina-Aiken in her first start (Sept. 1)… Scored the Mocs’ only goal in 3-1 loss to #5 West Florida, the first goal given up by the Argonauts in their Did You Know? first six games (Sept. 14)… Averaged 34 minutes per Hanna Jansson was one match… Prior to Florida Southern… Joined the of three Moccasins to Moccasins from Rudbeckianska Gymnasiet where she graduated in 2008… Attended the same school and earn Academic Allplayed for the same club team that produced former District honors in Moccasin Linda Hoglund… Played club soccer for 2010, the most in team Vasteras IK and coach Per Bergstrom from 1998-2005, history. and for Gideonsbergs IF and coach Ronne Zetterberg from 2005-08… Also played bandy (a game similar to both ice hockey and soccer) and golf and was on the national team in bandy… Extra… Born 7/20/89… Daughter of Hakan and Anita Jansson… Has one older brother (Henrik)… President’s List student at Florida Southern in five of her six semesters… Economics/Business Administration major.

#6, HANNA JANSSON 5-04, Senior, Midfielder V asteras, SWEDEN

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Comes to Florida Southern #15, CAITLYN LOPEZ as a 2011 graduate of East Lake High 5-07, Freshman, Defender School in Tarpon Oldsmar, FL Springs… Played for three different coaches during her 4-year career with the Eagles (freshman year for Raleigh Daves, sophomore and junior year for John Ore, and senior year for Derek Harrington)… As a freshman, helped East Lake win the district title and advance to the Class 5A state final four… Team reached at least the regional semifinals all four years… Honorable mention All-Pinellas County as a senior midfielder… Won academic letter all four years of her high school career… Played club soccer for the Countryside Lightning for three years (coached by Lindsay Webb and Mike Baker)… Also played for Hillsborough County United for three years (coached by Igor Gonzales and Scott Sims)… Advanced to the “Elite Eight” in the state cup in 2009-10… Extra... Born 10/10/92… Daughter of Jon and Claire Lopez… Has one older brother (John) and one younger sister (Mallory)… Nursing major.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide In junior college… Played #21, ROBIN LOUGHRY two years for coach Bill Read at Polk State College… Had 5-05, J unior, Defender two goals and one assist as a Pinellas Park, FL freshman (2008) when she was named the Vikings’ most improved player… Assisted three goals as a sophomore (2009) and helped the defense record eight shutouts in a 13-2-1 season… Helped Polk State earn the #1 ranking in the country at one point in 2009, win both the region and district championship, and finish 6th at the NJCAA National Tournament… In high school… 2008 graduate of Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg… 4-year letter winner for coach Darlene Lebo… Selected to play in the Pinellas-Hillsborough County Senior All-Star Challenge… Served as team captain as a senior and was honorable mention All-Pinellas County… Played club soccer for Pinellas Park from 2003-06, coached by Randy Villalba… Played for Strictly Soccer and coach Hans Burt from 2006-08… Helped Strictly Soccer advance to the final four of the state cup in 2007… Extra... Born 4/22/92… Daughter of Robert and Sharon Loughry… Has one older brother (Robert Jr.)… Has two former teammates now playing for Division II programs who the Mocs will face in 2011: Jill Maykut at Pfeiffer (NC) and Spencer Short at Saint Leo… Human Movement & Performance major.

2011 graduate of South River High School in Edgewater, Maryland… Four-year letter winner for coach John Sis… Helped the Seahawks to a 13-2-2 record and a spot in the region semifinals as a senior… Over the final three years of her high school career, helped South River go 41-7-4 and post 30 shutouts… Played club soccer for Freestate and coach Nicci Wright… Extra... Born 9/27/93… Daughter of Mike and Mindy Mansager… Has one younger brother (John)… Pre-Med major.

#4, SARAH MANSAGER 5-05, Freshman, Midfielder Riva, MD

#19, MARISSA MARIES 5-05, Freshman, Midfielder Odessa, FL Comes to Florida Southern from Steinbrenner High School in Lutz where she graduated in 2011 after playing two years for coach Teresa Patterson in the first two years of the school’s existence… Also attended Sickles High School as a freshman and sophomore… Helped Steinbrenner (21-2-2) win the 2011 Class 4A state title with a 2-1, overtime victory over Merritt Island, and scored the first goal of that match… Scored the only goal of the match in the Warriors’ 1-0 win over Harmony in the state semifinals… Had four goals and six assists for the season and helped the defense give up just seven goals in 25 games… As a junior, had four goals and 13 assists, helped the defense allow just seven goals, and helped the Warriors win the district title in their first season and finish the year 17-1-2… All-region as a junior… 2011 Pepsi Scholar-Athlete award winner… National Honor Society member and honors grad… Played club soccer for Hillsborough County United and coach Igor Gonzalez… Advanced to the round of eight at the state cup in 2010… Extra... Born 12/7/92… Daughter of David and Brenda Maries… Has two older brothers (Ryan and Brian)… Three former teammates are now playing in the Sunshine State Conference: Morgan Crescent at Eckerd, and both Carly Keene and Lauren Moore at Tampa… Nursing major. 17


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide Joins the Moccasins from Vero Beach High School where she played four years for coach Jose Gilbert… Selected All-Region by the NSCAA as a senior in 2011, and was a 3-time All-State selection… Led the Indians to the Class 6A state championship game as a senior captain, where the Indians fell to Oviedo in penalty kicks… Scored seven goals with 16 assists on the season… Team won its first district and regional championship… Had 13 goals and 12 assists as a junior when she was First Team All-State, first team all-area and all-region, team captain and team MVP… Scored seven goals with nine assists as a sophomore when she was Second Team All-State, first team all-area, the team’s midfield player-ofthe-year, and co-MVP… Won all of those awards after missing virtually all of her freshman year due to injury… Graduated with honors in the top 5% of her class… National Honor Society member… Played her club soccer for IRSA from 2002-07 (coached by Marty Rasmussen and Scott Deal), and for Melbourne Beach Tsunami/MEGU from 2008-11 (coached by Adrian Moo and Julie Williammee)… Club teammate of fellow Moccasin freshman Kirra Rainbow… Extra... Born 3/26/93… Daughter of Ray and Denise Metz… The third of five children in the family… Grandmother also attended Florida Southern in the 1950’s… Three of her former teammates signed with Nova Southeastern (Melissa Madden, Shadia Blair, and Kaitlyn Cauffman)… Pre-Physical Therapy major.

#17, JACKIE METZ 5-07, Freshman, Defender V ero Beach, FL

As a freshman (2010)… #16, KARA MOORE Played in all 19 games, starting 12 as either a 5-06, Sophomore, Midfielder midfielder or defender… Fleming Island, FL Third on the team in scoring with 11 points, and third with four goals… Tied for second on the team with three assists… Second on the team with 41 shots taken… Scored a goal in three of her first four games, including a game-tying goal in the 81st minute of a 1-1 tie with Armstrong Atlantic State (Sept. 5), the first goal of a 3-0 win at Thomas (Sept. 10), and the tying goal in the 80th minute of a 3-2 overtime win at West Florida (Sept. 12)… Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT Assisted both goals in a come-from-behind 2-1 2010 19 12 1047 41 4 3 11 win over Tampa (Oct. 5)… Assisted the gameth winner in the 65 minute of a 2-1 win over Saint CAREER 19 12 1047 41 4 3 11 Leo in the first round of the SSC Tournament… Started at center back for an injured Morgan Sammons against #6 Rollins and was part of a defense that limited the Tars to only six total shots in a 2-0 loss (Sept. 21)… Also played the second half at center back in a 2-1 win over Georgia College in her first college game, helping the Mocs rally from a 1-0 deficit with only two shots allowed during that time… Was Florida Southern’s leadoff shooter in the penalty kick tie-breaker against Florida Tech in the SSC semifinals, and in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, making both of those attempts… Averaged 55 minutes per match, tops among Moccasin freshmen… Dean’s List student… In high school… Graduated from St. Johns Country Day School in 2010 after playing varsity soccer for five years… Second Team All-First Coast by the Jacksonville Times-Union as a senior when she scored 12 goals and had 12 assists… Had 58 goals and 85 assists in her career, starting 125 games… Helped the Spartans reach the Class 2A state semifinals in 2010, after winning state titles in 2009 and 2007… Also a member of the track and field team for two years… Played club soccer for Clay County United from 2004-07 (coached by Daniel Villarreal), and Kyx Elite from 2007-10 (coached by Mike Walker)… Won state championship with Clay County in 2006 and ’07… National finalist with Kyx Elite in 2009… Extra… Born 9/25/91… Daughter of Fred and Lisa Moore… Has one older brother (Christopher) and one older sister (Lauren)… Event Planning major.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide Graduated from the Paxon #0, ERIN MOSELEY School for Advanced Studies in 2011 where she played 5-04, Freshman, Goalkeeper basketball and flag football, J acksonville, FL and ran cross-country… In basketball, led the team in scoring three of her four years, and was a 2-time MVP… All-Gateway Conference in both basketball and flag football… Played club soccer for the First Coast Kyx U12-U16 (coached by John Cicchino), the Jacksonville Fury U17 (coached by John McClelland), and Jacksonville United U18 (coached by Ian Bradley)… Helped Jacksonville United advance to the final four in the state cup in 2011… Helped the Kyx win the 2009 US Club Soccer Cup national championship… Extra... Born 6/6/93… Daughter of John and Becky Moseley… Has one younger brother, Tanner… Several of her former teammates are playing at NCAA Division II South Region schools, including Alex Givens and Victoria Ecker at Saint Leo, and Sarah Carey at Rollins… Computer Science major.

Comes to Florida Southern from Melbourne Central Catholic High School where she played four years for coach Mike Martin… Two-time All-State selection for the Hustlers, and a finalist for the 3A Player-of-theYear in 2010… Twice named First Team All-Space Coast… Team MVP as a junior and senior and rookie-of-the-year as a freshman in 2008… Selected as the Hustlers’ best defender in 2009… Also ran cross-country for four years, was a member of the track and field team for four years, and played two years of lacrosse… 3-time academic award letter winner… MCC’s Female Athlete-of-the-Year as a senior… Played club soccer for the Melbourne Beach Tsunami from 2004-09, and the Melbourne-Eau Gallie Fusion from 2009-11, coached by Julie Williammee with both teams… Club teammate of fellow Moccasin freshman Jackie Metz with the Tsunami, and helped that team win the state cup in 2007… Extra… Born 12/16/92… Daughter of Gordon and Donna Rainbow… Has one older sister (Brittany), one younger brother (Jaden), and one younger sister (Mylee)… Four of her former teammates have signed with Nova Southeastern in the Sunshine State Conference, and her sister Brittany is a senior All-SSC defender at Florida Tech… Nursing major.

#2, KIRRA RAINBOW 5-05, Freshman, Forw ard Melbourne Beach, FL

Did You Know?

Three field players have seen time as a goalkeeper for Florida Southern, including defender Ashlie Haas last year in the NCAA Tournament against Florida Tech. Haas played the second overtime period of the 1-1 tie but did not have to make a save before the game was decided by penalty kicks. In 2003, midfielder Danielle Zirkelbach started two games in goal at the end of the regular season when regular starter Kim Fish and backup Casey Mogford were both injured. Cassie Miller also started in goal for the Moccasins in 2001 against Thomas (GA). After keeping the Night Hawks off the scoreboard for more than 20 minutes, Miller returned to the field where she later snapped a 1-1 tie with the game-winning goal in a 3-1 victory. Ironically, she was assisted by Zirkelbach.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide 2011 co-captain with Martina Tangen Billing and Emily Griffith… As a sophomore (2010)… NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award winner… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Started all 15 games in which she played, missing four games in the middle of the season due to injury… First 14 starts came at center back, but started the Mocs’ NCAA Tournament game against Florida Tech at forward… Scored her only goal of the season in that game, which ended in a 1-1 tie before the Panthers advanced on penalty kicks… Helped the Florida Southern defense record a 1.11 goals against average (the second lowest in team history) and four shutouts overall… Also helped the Mocs go through the entire season without allowing more than two goals in any game, the first time in team history that happened… Twice helped the Mocs hold an opponent to only Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT two shots during the 2010 season… Returned from injury on October 5 2009 21 21 1808 33 5 6 16 against Tampa and helped the Mocs snap a 4-match winless streak by 2010 15 15 1351 3 1 0 2 holding the Spartans to only four shots in a 2-1 win… Ended the game against Saint Leo in the first round of the SSC Tournament by winning the CAREER 36 36 3159 36 6 6 18 ball in the box on a Lions’ corner kick, allowing the Mocs to run out the clock in a 2-1 win (Nov. 2)… Averaged just over 90 minutes per match while playing in five overtime games… As a freshman (2009)… Sunshine State Conference Offensive Player-of-the-Week for September 8… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… One of nine Moccasins to start all 21 games and the only freshman to do so… Third on the team with five goals, second with six assists and fourth with 16 points… Second in the SSC in scoring among freshman behind Barry’s Melissa Madrid, who had 25 points… Began the year playing on the Florida Southern back line but started the final 12 games at forward… Before moving forward, helped the Moccasin defense record its first four shutouts of the season… First defender in SSC history to be selected the league’s offensive player-of-the-week… Earned that award by scoring two goals in Florida Southern’s 2-1 overtime win at #9 Franklin Pierce, with those goals coming in the 85th and 92nd minutes (Sept. 4)… Scored those two goals on her only shots during the first four games… Also scored two goals in a 3-0 win at Tampa after moving to forward (Oct. 9)… Had one goal and one assist in 2-2 tie with Montevallo (Oct. 13)… Had two game-winning goals and assisted the game-winner on four other occasions… Averaged 86 minutes per match… In high school… 2009 graduate of Newsome High School where she played for coach Kelly Townsend… Second Team All-Western Conference and First Team All-Hillsborough County as a senior when she helped Newsome give up just 12 goals the entire season… Selected to play in the Senior Soccer Challenge, matching the top seniors from Hillsborough County and Pinellas County… Played club soccer with the Lakeland Lazers where one of her coaches was current Florida Southern assistant Jason Streets… Also played three years with Real Salt Lake Florida and won back-to-back state championships… Extra... Born 2/5/91… Daughter of George and Cindy Sammons… Has one older brother (Ryan)... Her father also attended Florida Southern and was part of the Moccasins’ 1978 national championship baseball team… Accounting major.

#11, MORGAN SAMMONS 5-07, J unior, Defender/ Forw ard Lithia, FL

Did You Know?

Of the six goals Morgan Sammons has scored in her career, five of them have either given Florida Southern the lead, or tied the game late in the second half to send it to overtime. She had one of each in a 2-1 win at 9th-ranked Franklin Pierce in 2009, making her one of only two Florida Southern defenders to score two goals in one game. The other is Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, who scored three in a 4-3 win at Montevallo in 2007.

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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide 2011 co-captain with Emily Griffith and Morgan #1, MARTINA TANGEN BILLING Sammons… Begins her senior year as one of two current Moccasins who have a chance to be 4-year 5-03, Senior, Goalkeeper starters (defender Lexie Bottomley is the other)… Uppsala, SWEDEN Depending on the Mocs’ postseason, could graduate as the school’s career leader in games started, a record currently held by Jackie Bachteler with 79 from 2007-10… Has held Florida Southern career records for goals against average and shutouts since the end of her sophomore year, and those totals stand at 1.24 and 18… Has started every game in her career, holds the team record for consecutive starts by a goalkeeper (60), and only Lacy Emmerling from 1999-2002 has started more games between the posts (71)… Ranks third in school history in career saves (228)… Only player in team history to be named to the Sunshine State Conference All-Tournament Team three Y EAR GP GS MIN GA SV Shots SH O GAA times, and one of only three players in SSC history overall… 2008 20 20 1873 27 82 217 6.0 1.30 Including SSC and NCAA Tournament games, has 54 career 2009 21 21 1923 28 66 231 8.0 1.31 postseason saves with a 1.17 goals against average… Has played 2010 19 19 1780 22 80 204 4.0 1.11 in 15 overtime games in her career, giving up just one goal in extra time… As a junior (2010)… SSC All-Tournament CAREER 60 60 5576 77 228 652 18.0 1.24 Team… SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Started every game for the third year in a row, playing all but 10 minutes… Her 1.11 goals against average was the second lowest in school history… Ranked fourth in the SSC in goals against average, fourth in saves (80) and fourth in saves per game (4.21)… Owned a 1.12 GAA in conference play… Had shutouts at Thomas, vs. Eckerd, at Columbus State and vs. Nova Southeastern… Shutout vs. Columbus State came against the #2 team in the country with six saves in a 0-0 tie… Made a career-high 10 saves in the semifinals of the SSC Tournament vs. Florida Tech (Nov. 5), a 1-1 tie that saw the Panthers advance on penalty kicks… Had eight saves in the SSC Tournament first round game vs. Saint Leo, a 2-1 win by the Moccasins (Nov. 2)… Added six more in the NCAA Tournament vs. Florida Tech, another 1-1 tie that was decided in PK’s, giving her 24 saves in three postseason games while allowing only three goals… Took one of Florida Southern’s penalty kicks in the tiebreaker vs. Florida Tech in the NCAA Tournament and made the attempt, though the Panthers eventually won the tie-breaker… As a sophomore (2009)… SSC All-Tournament Team… SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Started all 21 games in goal for the Moccasins, playing all but 16 minutes… Ranked third in the SSC with a 1.31 goals against average, and was also third with a schoolrecord eight shutouts… Tied for fourth in the league with 66 saves… Led the SSC in minutes played by a goalkeeper, and set a school record with 1,923… Had conference shutouts vs. Eckerd, Nova Southeastern, Tampa and Lynn, and added another against Florida Tech in the SSC Tournament… Posted a 0.99 goals against average in SSC regular season play and a 0.95 GAA in the SSC Tournament… Also had shutouts vs. Massachusetts-Lowell, Thomas and Flagler… Had a season-high seven saves on three different occasions, including back-to-back games against nationally ranked opponents West Florida (Sept. 13) and Florida Tech (Sept. 19)… Had seven more in a 2-0 win at Nova SE (Sept. 24)… Two of her saves vs. Florida Tech on Sept. 19 came on a break-away with three minutes to play in the second half, sending the game to overtime… Totaled eight saves in three SSC Tournament games and two more in the NCAA Tournament loss to North Alabama (Nov. 13)… Stopped a penalty kick in 3-2 overtime win vs. Barry (Oct. 3), giving her three saves on PKs in seven career opportunities (numbers include her junior year also)… Had a stretch of more than 307 consecutive scoreless minutes (307:38) from Sept. 4-13, the second longest in school history, and owns four of the five longest streaks in the Moccasin record book… As a freshman (2008)… SSC All-Tournament Team… SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Started all 20 games, playing all but four minutes… Set a new team record with 1,873 minutes between the posts… Had six solo shutouts, one shy of the school record at the time, though she later broke the record with eight as a sophomore… Had two of the three longest scoreless minute streaks in team history… Posted a 1.30 goals against average, third best in school history… Ranked second in the SSC with 82 saves, and third 4.10 per game… Tied for third with six shutouts… Had three full shutouts in SSC play and another game vs. Eckerd where she played 86 minutes of a combined shutout with Kim Adams… Allowed just eight goals during the team-record 11-game winning streak… Stopped two penalty kicks during the season, one against Florida Tech and one against Saint Leo (Liberty also missed one wide)… Made a season-high nine saves in a 5-1 loss at Rollins while facing a season-high 22 shots (Oct. 31)… Played perhaps her best game of the season in 1-0 win over defending national champion Tampa, making eight saves (Oct. 21)… Had another big game just before that with seven saves in a 2-1 double overtime win vs. Saint Leo (Oct. 19)… During the Mocs’ three postseason games, stopped a total of 20 shots, including seven in the NCAA Tournament vs. Florida Tech, which ended in a 1-1 tie before penalty kicks (Nov. 14)… Made three overtime saves in the 3-2 win over Tampa in the SSC semifinals… Had a 1.09 goals against average during those three games, along with an .833 save percentage… Prior to Florida Southern… 2008 graduate of Celsiusskolan… Played for Danmarks IF from 2004-08, and coach Max Andersson, and with them again in the summer of 2009… Also played for coach Magnus Wikman… Extra… Born 12/6/89… Daughter of Henrik and Ulla Billing, and Birgitta Tangen… Youngest of four children with 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2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide As a freshman (2010)… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Did not see any game action during the fall… In high school… 2010 graduate of Bishop Kenny High School where she played for coach Scott Thomas… Also ran cross-country and track… Had three goals and five assists as a senior when she was named to the all-region team and helped the Crusaders win the Class 4A, District 3 championship… Helped her team win three district titles in her 4-year high school career… Played club soccer for the JYSC Fury and coach Marc Osterberger for four years… Extra… Born 12/19/90… Daughter of Joseph and Rosemarie Terbrueggen… Has one older sister (Megan)… Former teammate Kasey Cooper now plays for Y EAR GP GS MIN SH G A PT Thomas University, and Whitney Roar plays 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 for Rollins… Undecided on major. CAREER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

#5, MANDY TERBRUEGGEN 5-03, Sophomore, Midfielder J acksonville, FL

Graduated from Lecanto #7, AMY WHEAT High School in December of 2010, and enrolled early 5-02, Freshman, Midfielder/ Defender at Florida Southern… Dunnellon, FL Played three years of soccer at Lecanto for coach Kevin Towne… Two-time all-county selection who helped the Panthers win the district title in 2007 and ’08… Had 33 goals and 34 assists as a sophomore when she was First Team All-State… Named the team’s best midfielder as a freshman and sophomore… Also a member of the track & field team, played golf for four years, and was the Panthers’ kicker on the football team for two years…Helped the track team win a district title as a freshman… Medalist in the county tournament as a junior and senior, and the 2010 Citrus County Player-of-the-Year in golf… Played club soccer for the GSA-Gainesville Glory from 2005-07, coached by Sarah Goldberg, and the Florida Krush from 2007-10, coached by Allie Goff… Finished as the state runner-up in both 2008 and 2009… Extra… Born 10/8/92… Daughter of Darrell and Ellen Wheat… Has one older brother (DJ), one older sister (Katie) and one younger sister (Matthew)… Former teammates Carleigh Williams (UCF) and Kim Sapeniza (Florida) are both playing for other 4-year schools in Florida… Criminology major.

WH Y MOCCASINS? Florida Southern first used the nickname Moccasins in 1926, shortly after the college’s move to Lakeland in 1922. The water moccasin, or cotton-mouth, mouth, was abundant in the nearby lakes and since the moccasin is one of the fiercest of all snakes, the college adopted the moniker for its athletic teams. A male water moccasin can grow up to 1.8 meters (74 inches) in length, and though its venom is considered relatively mild compared to other poisonous snakes, its bite is still extremely painful. 22


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide Moving from #32, KAYLA WILHIDE goalkeeper to forward this 5-04, J unior, Forw ard season… As a Grafton, MA sophomore (2010)… NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award winner… Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Florida Southern Athletic Director’s ScholarAthlete Award winner for women’s soccer… Did not see any game action in the fall while backing up Martina Tangen Billing… President’s List student at Florida Southern… As a freshman (2009)… SSC Commissioner’s Y EAR GP GS MIN GA SV Shots SH O GAA Honor Roll... Served as Florida 2009 2 0 16 0 0 1 0 0.00 Southern’s backup goalkeeper 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 behind Tangen Billing… Saw action in games against CAREER 2 0 16 0 0 1 0 0.00 Armstrong Atlantic State and Rollins, but faced only one shot… In high school… 2009 graduate of Grafton High School… 4-year letter winner and team captain as a senior, coached by Colin Gilmartin and Hussein Issa in her career… Played for FC Puma from 2007-09, coached by Robert Kody… Extra... Born 2/5/91… Daughter of Bill and Darlene Wilhide… Has one younger sister (Kelly)... Already has her NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma… Former teammate Kayla Leonardi now plays for Endicott College (MA)… Athletic Training major. Prior to Florida Southern… Played her freshman year at Florida Gulf Coast University… Played in seven games as a reserve, took one shot, and had one assist in a 6-0 win over Delaware State… Helped the Eagles go 11-4-2 in their final season in transition from NCAA Division II to Division I… In high school… 2010 graduate of Armwood High School… First Team All-Western Conference and honorable mention all-county as a junior… Named Armwood’s MVP three times and was the rookie-of-the-year as a freshman… Played club soccer for Real Salt Lake Florida for three years where she was coached by current Moccasin head coach Ben Strawbridge and assistant Jason Streets… Team advanced to the state finals in 2007, and was state champion in 2008 and 2009… Extra… Born 7/25/91… Daughter of Brent and Lora Williams… Has one older brother (Taylor)… Business major.

#10, BROOKE WILLIAMS 5-05, Sophomore, Defender Brandon, FL

Comes to Florida Southern #12, EMMALISA ZAPFE as a 2011 graduate of Cherry Hill West High 5-08, Freshman, Midfielder School in New Jersey… Cherry H ill, NJ 4-year letter winner for coach Marie O’Neill… Helped the Lions finish 12-8 as a senior and Southern Division Group 3 runner-up… Also a 4-year member of the track & field team… Played club soccer for CHUSA and FC Cherry Hill, coached by Bill Rowland… Extra... Born 9/5/92… Daughter of Reinhard and Susan Zapfe… Has one older brother (Erik) and one younger sister (Olivia)… Has already lived in Georgia, Tennessee and New Jersey… Has former teammates playing at York College and Holy Cross… Biology major.

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ALL-AMERICAN, ALL-REGION AND ALL-SSC HONORS NSCAA ALL-SOUTH REGION 2004.................................... Mindy Dymon (2nd) 2007......Linda Hoglund (1st), Erin Hopkins (2nd) 2008.......................................Erin Hopkins (1st) Princess Haley (2nd), Linda Hoglund (2nd) 2009................................Jackie Bachteler (2nd) Princess Haley (2nd), Renee Heacock (2nd) 2010.................................. Princess Haley (2nd) SSC COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 2007......................................Ben Strawbridge SSC DEFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR 2007.........................Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck ALL-SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 1998................................Noreen Drenthe (HM) 1999........................................Halie Clark (HM) 2001.................................... Mindy Dymon (2nd) 2002................................Joanie DeHaven (1st ) 2003.................................... Mindy Dymon (1st ) Joanie DeHaven (2nd), Samantha Drove (2nd) 2004...................................Mindy Dymon (2nd) Jenna Cleary (HM) 2005.................................... Jenna Cleary (HM) Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck (HM) 2006........................................Halie Clark (HM) Jenna Cleary (HM) 2007..................Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck (1st) Linda Hoglund (1st), Erin Hopkins (1st) 2008................................... Princess Haley (1st) Erin Hopkins (1st), Liz Gorman (2nd) Ashlie Haas (2nd), Linda Hoglund (2nd) 2009................................Jackie Bachteler (2nd) Princess Haley (2nd), Alex Hoover (2nd) 2010................................... Princess Haley (1st) Jackie Bachteler (2nd), Kerri-Ann Brown (2nd) Kristen Vollmer (2nd)

AMY CLAMPITT-H OLSENBECK 2007 Daktronics First Team All-American In 2007, Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck became Florida Southern’s first women’s soccer AllAmerican as the senior put together perhaps the best all-around season in school history. Not only was she voted the Sunshine State Conference Defensive Player-of-the-Year, she was also the team’s leading goal scorer and finished the season with nine goals and 20 points. Those were the highest totals for any defender in all of NCAA Division II. She helped the Mocs post a 1.18 goals against average, set a school record with seven shutouts and allow just 9.6 shots per game.

ERIN H OPK INS 2008 NSCAA Third Team All All-American In helping lead Florida Southern to its first ever NCAA Tournament, senior center midfielder Erin Hopkins set the school’s single season scoring points. She scored 12 goals with record with 36 points 12 assists, becoming the first player in team history to reach double figures in both those categories in the same season. She was also the first Moccasin to be named First Team All All-SSC in seasons. Hopkins was also an back-to-back back outstanding student at Florida Southern, and her list of 2008 awards included Second Team All-American. She was the first player Academic All history to achieve that honor. in the program’s h

ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTH REGION 2002.................................... Mindy Dymon (1st) Lacy Emmerling (2nd) 2003................................Joanie DeHaven (1st) Mindy Dymon (2nd) 2007.................Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck (2nd) Linda Hoglund (2nd) 2008.......................................Erin Hopkins (1st) 2009........................................Ashlie Haas (3rd) Renee Heacock (3rd) 2010............................... Hanna Jansson (2nd) Kristen Vollmer (2nd), Ashlie Haas (3rd) Jenna Cleary (right) was a 3-time All-SSC defender, 2-time Defensive Player-of-theWeek, and team MVP in 2005. Ashlie Haas (far right) was a 2-time Academic All-Region performer, and a 2-time Player-of-the-Week who started more games for the Florida Southern defense than any other player. 24


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MVP’S AND PLAYERS-OF-THE-WEEK FLORIDA SOUTHERN MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 1998 ......... Noreen Drenthe ........................... Forward .................. Freshman 1999 ......... Lacy Emmerling ............................. Goalkeeper ............. Freshman 2000......... Kristen Klaus ................................. Midfielder .............. Sophomore 2001 ......... Alicia Maloy ................................... Midfielder .............. Sophomore 2002......... Alicia Maloy ................................... Defender ................ Junior Lacy Emmerling ............................. Goalkeeper ............. Senior 2003......... Nicole Brant .................................. Defender ................ Junior 2004......... Mindy Dymon ................................. Midfielder .............. Senior 2005......... Jenna Cleary .................................. Defender ................ Junior 2006......... Kim Fish .......................................... Goalkeeper ............. Senior 2007......... Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck .......... Defender ................ Senior 2008......... Erin Hopkins .................................. Midfielder .............. Senior 2009......... Jackie Bachteler .......................... Midfielder .............. Junior 2010 ......... Jackie Bachteler .......................... Midfielder .............. Senior

SSC Players-of-the-Week 2000................................... Kristen Klaus (O) 2001....... Alicia Maloy (D), Mindy Dymon (O) 2002..................................... Nicole Brant (D) 2004.... Mindy Dymon (O), Jenna Cleary (D), Taylor Greene (O), Kim Fish (D) 2005...........................................Kim Fish (D) 2006............. Jenna Cleary (D), Kim Fish (D) 2007................................ Linda Hoglund (O), Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck (D) 2008.................... Princess Haley, (O, twice), Alex Hoover (O), Ashlie Haas (D), Liz Gorman (O) 2009........................ Morgan Sammons (O), Princess Haley (O), Kristen Vollmer (D) 2010.................... Princess Haley, (O, twice), Kerri-Ann Brown (O), Ashlie Haas (D),

Lacy Emmerling was a four-year starter for the Moccasins and a two-time MVP. She finished her career with 584 saves to rank sixth in NCAA Division II history and first in SSC history. Emmerling also set a league record with 156 saves as a freshman in 1999. Eckerd’s Cory Hawkins broke that record in 2007, with 183.

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Sunshine State Conference Career Save Leaders Player, School Saves Games Lacy Emmerling, Florida Southern 584 71 Kathy Atkins, Eckerd 337 68 Cory Hawkins, Eckerd 314 36 K im Fish, Florida Southern 311 53 Amber Ferrol, Saint Leo 300 54

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Jackie Bachteler was twice selected the Mocs’ MVP in her career (2007-10) and was also a 2-time All-SSC midfielder. Her 79 career starts are a school record. She now plays professionally in Finland.

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SINGLE GAME RECORDS (TEAM) GOALS: 7 - vs. Warner Southern ....................W ........7-1...........10/4/06 6 - vs. Fontbonne ..............................W ........6-0...........8/29/03 vs. Thomas (GA)..........................W ........6-0.............9/7/07 at Thomas (GA) ...........................W ........6-0...........9/12/08 vs. Eckerd ....................................W ........6-0...........10/6/08 5 - ten times, most recently vs. Nova Southeastern.................W ........5-0.........10/23/10

GOALS ALLOWED: 12 - at Barry .........................................L ...... 1-12......... 10/30/99 9 - at Lynn..........................................L ........ 0-9........... 11/6/99 8 - vs. Lynn ........................................L ........ 0-8........... 9/30/98 at Eckerd ......................................L ........ 0-8........... 10/9/98 $at West Florida ...........................L ........ 0-8........... 9/18/99 at Palm Beach Atlantic .................L ........ 1-8........... 9/23/00 at Lynn..........................................L ........ 2-8......... 10/14/01

ASSISTS: 9 - vs. Fontbonne ..............................W ........6-0...........8/29/03 7 - vs. Lincoln Memorial ....................W ........5-2.............9/1/01 at Thomas (GA) ...........................W ........6-0...........9/12/08 at Flagler......................................W ........5-1...........9/30/08 6 - six times, most recently vs. Nova Southeastern.................W ........5-1.........10/17/08

SHOTS ALLOWED: 53 - at Barry .........................................L ........ 0-6......... 10/14/00 51 - at Barry .........................................L ........ 0-4........... 9/24/02 45 - at Barry .........................................L ........ 0-6......... 10/30/99 40 - at Lynn..........................................L ........ 2-8......... 10/14/01 38 - at Lynn..........................................L ........ 0-9........... 11/6/99 FEWEST SHOTS ALLOWED: 0 - vs. Eckerd.................................... W........ 6-0........... 10/6/08 1 - vs. Clearwater Christian .............. W........ 4-0............. 9/8/05 2 - at Webber .................................... W........ 2-1........... 9/14/02 at Thomas (GA) ........................... W........ 6-0........... 9/12/08 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic............... W........ 4-0........... 9/23/08 at Thomas (GA) ........................... W........ 3-0........... 9/10/10 vs. Eckerd.................................... W........ 4-0........... 9/15/10 3 - vs. Warner Southern.................... W........ 4-1......... 10/28/00 vs. Fontbonne.............................. W........ 6-0........... 8/29/03 vs. Warner Southern.................... W........ 3-1............. 9/2/03 at Webber International ............... W........ 3-1........... 9/18/04 vs. Embry-Riddle ......................... W........ 4-0......... 10/23/07 vs. Thomas (GA) ......................... W........ 4-0........... 9/11/09 at Eckerd ..................................... W........ 3-0........... 9/22/09 4 - vs. Warner Southern.................... W........ 7-1........... 10/4/06 vs. Thomas (GA) ......................... W........ 6-0............. 9/7/07 at Eckerd ..................................... W........ 5-0........... 9/22/07

POINTS: 21 - vs. Fontbonne ..............................W ........6-0...........8/29/03 19 - vs. Warner Southern ....................W ........7-1...........10/4/06 at Thomas (GA) ...........................W ........6-0...........9/12/08 18 - vs. Thomas (GA)..........................W ........6-0.............9/7/07 vs. Eckerd ....................................W ........6-0...........10/6/08 17 - vs. Lincoln Memorial ....................W ........5-2.............9/1/01 at Flagler......................................W ........5-1...........9/30/08 16 - vs. West Georgia .........................W ........5-0.........10/17/04 vs. Nova Southeastern.................W ........5-1.........10/17/08 SHOTS: 51 40 33 32 -

vs. Clearwater Christian...............W ........4-0.............9/8/05 vs. Warner Southern ....................W ........7-1...........10/4/06 vs. Eckerd ....................................W ........6-0...........10/6/08 #vs. South Carolina-Aiken ...........W ........2-0.............9/1/08 vs. Eckerd ....................................W ........4-0...........9/15/10 31 - vs. West Georgia .........................W ........5-0.........10/17/04

SAVES: 23 - at Barry .........................................L ........ 0-6......... 10/14/00 20 - vs. North Florida ...........................L ........ 0-2............. 9/1/99 19 - vs. St. Anselm...............................L ........ 0-2........... 10/9/99 at Eckerd ......................................L ........ 1-7........... 10/5/99 18 - at Barry .........................................L ........ 0-4........... 9/24/02 17 - vs. Eckerd.....................................L ........ 1-3........... 11/1/00

CORNER KICKS: 16 - *vs. Florida Tech in NCAA Tourn. T.........1-1.........11/14/08 15 - vs. Warner Southern ....................W ........4-1.........10/28/00 vs. Barry.......................................W ........3-1...........10/6/07 vs. Thomas (GA)..........................W ........4-0...........9/11/09 14 - vs. Flagler .................................... L.........3-4.........10/24/99 *vs. Eckerd...................................W ........3-2...........9/26/06 at Montevallo................................W ........4-3.............9/2/07 13 - vs. Clearwater Christian...............W ........4-0.............9/8/05 12 - vs. South Carolina-Aiken .............W ........5-1...........9/11/04 vs. Warner Southern ....................W ........7-1...........10/4/06 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic ...............W ........4-0...........9/23/08 vs. Eckerd ....................................W ........6-0...........10/6/08 11 - five times, most recently %vs. Georgia College .................W ........2-1.............9/3/10

*-Overtime (NCAA Tournament vs. Fla. Tech played at Rollins) #-Match played in Savannah, GA $-Match played in Panama City, FL %Match played in Boca Raton

Did You Know?

Only one time has Florida Southern been involved in a game where each team scored four goals. In 1999, the Moccasins defeated Rollins at Barnett Field, 5-4, with the teams combining for five goals in the final 17 minutes, and the Tars scoring twice in the final six minutes to cut the gap to one. Liane Muise had two goals and one assist for the Mocs, while Alicia Milyak had a hat trick for Rollins. One year later, Rollins took things even further with a 9-7 loss to Tampa.

MARGIN OF VICTORY: 6 - vs. Fontbonne ..............................W ........6-0...........8/29/03 vs. Warner Southern ....................W ........7-1...........10/4/06 vs. Thomas (GA)..........................W ........6-0.............9/7/07 at Thomas (GA) ...........................W ........6-0...........9/12/08 vs. Eckerd ....................................W ........6-0...........10/6/08 5 - vs. West Georgia .........................W ........5-0.........10/17/04 at Eckerd......................................W ........5-0...........9/22/07 vs. Flagler ....................................W ........5-0...........9/30/09 vs. Nova Southeastern.................W ........5-0.........10/23/10 26


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN GAME RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) GOALS: 3 - Halie Clark, at Webber......................................................................11/2/99 Mindy Dymon, vs. South Carolina-Aiken ..........................................9/11/04 Amanda Wetherbee, at Florida Tech ..............................................10/22/04 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, vs. Warner Southern..............................10/4/06 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, at Montevallo ...........................................9/2/07 Princess Haley, vs. Thomas (GA).......................................................9/7/07 Erin Hopkins, at Thomas (GA) ..........................................................9/12/08 Alex Hoover, at Flagler ...................................................................9/30/08 Liz Gorman, at Lynn........................................................................10/28/08 ASSISTS: 3 - Jenna Cleary, vs. Clearwater Christian...............................................9/8/05 Therese Dahlskold, vs. Warner Southern.........................................10/4/06 Linda Hoglund, at Armstrong Atlantic State ......................................8/30/08 Liz Gorman, vs. Nova Southeastern...............................................10/17/08 Alex Hoover, at Eckerd...................................................................9/22/09 POINTS: 8 - Mindy Dymon, vs. South Carolina-Aiken ..........................................9/11/04 7 - Halie Clark, at Webber......................................................................11/2/99 6 - Amanda Wetherbee, at Florida Tech ..............................................10/22/04 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, vs. Warner Southern..............................10/4/06 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, at Montevallo ...........................................9/2/07 Princess Haley, vs. Thomas (GA).......................................................9/7/07 Erin Hopkins, at Thomas (GA) ..........................................................9/12/08 Alex Hoover, at Flagler ...................................................................9/30/08 Liz Gorman, at Lynn........................................................................10/28/08 5 - ten times, most recently, Princess Haley, vs. Nova Southeastern..10/23/10

Mindy Dymon holds the school record for most points in a match and is tied for third in career points with 68. She was a threetime All-SSC selection and the first Moccasin named All-South Region.

SHOTS: 11 - Heather Swadling, at Flagler.............................................................8/28/00 Kristen Klaus, vs. Webber...............................................................10/11/00 Princess Haley, vs. Eckerd ...............................................................9/15/10 10 - Amanda Wetherbee, vs. West Georgia ..........................................10/17/04 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, vs. Clearwater Christian ..........................9/8/05 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck, vs. Warner Southern..............................10/4/06 *Princess Haley, vs. Barry ................................................................10/3/09 9 - Becky McQuain, vs. Clearwater Christian...........................................9/8/05 Erin Hopkins, vs. South Carolina-Aiken (in Savannah).......................9/1/08 Princess Haley, at Flagler .................................................................9/30/08 Kerri-Ann Brown, at Palm Beach Atlantic .........................................9/25/09 8 - Julie Ouimette, vs. Webber.............................................................10/22/98 *Amanda Wetherbee, at Lynn...........................................................10/3/04 Amanda Wetherbee, vs. Eckerd .....................................................10/27/04 7 - most recently Princess Haley, at Thomas (GA) ................................9/10/10 SAVES: 23 20 19 18 17 -

Lacy Emmerling, at Barry................................................................10/14/00 Lacy Emmerling, vs. North Florida......................................................9/1/99 Lacy Emmerling, vs. St. Anselm .......................................................10/9/99 Lacy Emmerling, at Barry..................................................................9/24/02 Lacy Emmerling, vs. Eckerd .............................................................11/1/00 *-Overtime match 27

The only Moccasin with two career hat tricks, Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck is also the only defender with three goals in one game.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON RECORDS (TEAM) GOALS: 55 46 41 34 33 -

2008............................. 20 matches 2007............................. 20 matches 2009............................. 21 matches 2010............................. 19 matches 2003............................. 19 matches

ASSISTS: 60 - 2008............................. 20 matches 44 - 2007............................. 20 matches 41 - 2009............................. 21 matches 34 - 2003............................. 19 matches 30 - 2010............................. 19 matches POINTS: 170 - 2008............................. 20 matches 136 - 2007............................. 20 matches 123 - 2009............................. 21 matches 100 - 2003............................. 19 matches 98 - 2010............................. 19 matches SHOTS: 339 287 281 269 231 -

2008............................. 20 matches 2007............................. 20 matches 2009............................. 21 matches 2010............................. 19 matches 2003............................. 19 matches

GOALS ALLOWED: 80 - 1999............................. 18 matches 64 - 1998............................. 17 matches 48 - 2001............................. 18 matches 46 - 2000............................. 18 matches 39 - 2002............................. 19 matches GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: 1.10 - 2004............................. 15 matches 1.11 - 2010............................. 19 matches 1.18 - 2007............................. 20 matches 1.29 - 2008............................. 20 matches 1.31 - 2009............................. 21 matches SAVES: 196 - 1999............................. 18 matches 157 - 1998............................. 17 matches 151 - 2001............................. 18 matches 2002............................. 19 matches 147 - 2000............................. 18 matches 126 - 2003............................. 19 matches SHUTOUTS: 8 - 2009............................. 21 matches 7 - 2007............................. 20 matches 2008............................. 20 matches 4 - 2003............................. 19 matches 2010............................. 19 matches 3 - 2000............................. 18 matches 2004............................. 15 matches 2 - 2001............................. 18 matches 2005............................. 16 matches

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS: 3 - Oct. 20, 2007 – Oct. 27, 2007 2 - seven times, most recently Oct. 9, 2009 – Oct. 11, 2009 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS MINUTES 358:10 - Oct. 20, 2007 – Oct. 30, 2007 307:38 - Sept. 4, 2009 – Sept. 13, 2009 290:31 - Oct. 12, 2004 – Oct. 22, 2004 277:28 - Sept. 21, 2008 – Sept. 30, 2008 273:42 - Oct. 3, 2009 – Oct. 13, 2009 MOST TIMES SHUTOUT: 9 - 1999..............................18 matches 7 - 1998..............................17 matches 6 - 2000..............................18 matches 2002..............................19 matches 2004..............................15 matches 5 - 2001..............................18 matches 2005..............................16 matches 2006..............................17 matches LONGEST WINNING STREAK 11 - Sept. 19, 2008 – Oct. 28, 2008 6 - Oct. 20, 2006 – Sept. 7, 2007 (final game in 2006, first 5 in 2007) 5 - Nov. 5, 2002 - Sept. 5, 2003 (won final 2 in 2002, first 3 in 2003) 4 - Sept. 30, 2009 – Oct. 11, 2009 Sept. 10, 2010 – Sept. 18, 2010 Oct. 5, 2010 – Oct. 23, 2010 3 - Sept. 11, 2004 - Sept. 18, 2004 Oct. 14, 2004 - Oct. 22, 2004 Sept. 4, 2009 – Sept. 11, 2009 LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK 11-0 - Sept. 19, 2008 – Oct. 28, 2008 6-0 - Oct. 20, 2006 – Sept. 7, 2007 (final game in 2006, first 5 in 2007) 5-0-1 - Sept. 30, 2009 – Oct. 17, 2009 Sept. 3, 2010 – Sept. 18, 2010 5-0 - Nov. 5, 2002 - Sept. 5, 2003 (won final 2 in 2002, first 3 in 2003) 4-0-1 - Oct. 14, 2004 - Oct. 27, 2004 3-0-1 - Sept. 11, 2004 - Oct. 3, 2004 4-0 - Oct. 5, 2010 – Oct. 23, 2010 LONGEST LOSING STREAK 9 - Sept. 29, 1999 – Oct. 31, 1999 Oct. 5, 2002 – Nov. 2, 2002 7 - Sept. 30, 2000 – Oct. 8, 2000 6 - Sept. 22, 1998 – Oct. 11, 1998 LONGEST WINLESS STREAK 0-11-2 - Sept. 18, 2002 – Nov. 2, 2002 0-10-1 - Sept. 18, 1999 – Oct. 31, 1999 0-6-1 - Oct. 25, 1998 – Sept. 11, 1999 0-7 - Sept. 30, 2000 – Oct. 8, 2000

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Moccasin Year-by-Year Stat Leaders 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Goals Scored Noreen Drenthe ...................... 8 Halie Clark............................... 8 Heather Swadling ................... 7 Mindy Dymon.......................... 9 Joanie DeHaven ..................... 8 Joanie DeHaven ................... 11 Amanda Wetherbee................ 8 Halie Clark............................... 9 Linda Hoglund ........................ 6 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck..... 9 Princess Haley...................... 15 Princess Haley...................... 10 Princess Haley...................... 11

Assists Julie Ouimette ........................ 3 Liane Muise............................. 5 Heather Swadling ................... 5 Liane Muise............................. 4 Samantha Drove..................... 4 Kristen Klaus .......................... 4 Joanie DeHaven ..................... 4 Mindy Dymon.......................... 8 Mindy Dymon........................ 11 Mindy Dymon.......................... 5 Taylor Greene ......................... 5 Linda Hoglund ........................ 5 Brittany Bates......................... 7 Linda Hoglund ...................... 17 Erin Hopkins ......................... 12 Alex Hoover .......................... 11 Alex Hoover ............................ 5 Points Noreen Drenthe .................... 18 Halie Clark............................. 18 Heather Swadling ................. 11 Kristen Klaus ........................ 11 Mindy Dymon........................ 20 Joanie DeHaven ................... 18 Joanie DeHaven ................... 25 Amanda Wetherbee.............. 17 Halie Clark............................. 19 Linda Hoglund ...................... 17 Linda Hoglund ...................... 33 Erin Hopkins ......................... 36 Princess Haley...................... 24 Princess Haley...................... 25


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) GOALS: 15 - Princess Haley ........................ 2008 12 - Erin Hopkins............................ 2008 11 - Joanie DeHaven ..................... 2003 Princess Haley ........................ 2010 10 - Princess Haley ........................ 2009 9 - Mindy Dymon .......................... 2001 Halie Clark .............................. 2005 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck....... 2007 Kerri-Ann Brown...................... 2009

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: 0.97 - Kim Fish .................................. 2004 1.11 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2008 1.18 - Sarah Furr ............................... 2007 1.30 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2008 1.31 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2009 SAVES: 156 146 144 138 105 -

ASSISTS: 17 - Linda Hoglund......................... 2007 12 - Erin Hopkins............................ 2008 11 - Mindy Dymon .......................... 2003 Linda Hoglund......................... 2008 Alex Hoover ........................... 2009 9 - Liz Gorman ............................. 2008 8 - Mindy Dymon .......................... 2002 POINTS: 36 - Erin Hopkins............................ 2008 35 - Princess Haley ........................ 2008 33 - Linda Hoglund......................... 2007 25 - Joanie DeHaven ..................... 2003 Princess Haley ........................ 2010 24 - Princess Haley ........................ 2009 SHOTS: 75 71 69 60 56 -

Erin Hopkins............................ 2008 Princess Haley ........................ 2010 Princess Haley ........................ 2008 Kerri-Ann Brown...................... 2009 Amanda Wetherbee ................ 2001

GAME-WINNING GOALS 5 - Joanie DeHaven ..................... 2003 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck....... 2007 4 - Erin Hopkins............................ 2008 Princess Haley ........................ 2008 Princess Haley ........................ 2009 Princess Haley ........................ 2010 3 - Mindy Dymon .......................... 2001 Linda Hoglund......................... 2007

Lacy Emmerling ...................... 1999 Lacy Emmerling ...................... 2000 Lacy Emmerling ...................... 2002 Lacy Emmerling ...................... 2001 Kim Fish .................................. 2006

SAVE PERCENTAGE: .846 - Kim Fish .................................. 2004 .818 - Kim Fish .................................. 2005 .789 - Kim Fish .................................. 2003 .787 - Lacy Emmerling ...................... 2002 .784 - Kim Fish .................................. 2006 Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2010 Linda Hoglund led the nation in assists per game in 2007, when she set the school record with 17. She also holds the career assist record, and graduated as the Mocs’ all-time scoring leader with 78 points, a record surpassed last year.

Did You Know? Nicole Brant is the only field player to play every minute of every game in a season. She did so as both a junior (2003) and senior (2004) while starting in the center of Florida Southern’s defensive line. That stretch covered a total of 34 games.

SHUTOUTS: 8 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2009 7 - Sarah Furr ............................... 2007 6 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2008 4 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2010 3 - Lacy Emmerling ...................... 2000 Kim Fish .................................. 2003 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS MINUTES: 358:10 - Sarah Furr ............ 10/20 – 10/30/07 307:38 - Martina T. Billing ...... 9/4 – 9/13/09 277:28 - Martina T. Billing .... 9/21 – 9/30/08 273:42 - Martina T. Billing .. 10/3 – 10/13/09 255:29 - Martina T. Billing .. 9/30 – 10/17/08 MINUTES PLAYED (GK): 1923 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2009 1873 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2008 1827 - Sarah Furr ............................... 2007 1780 - Martina Tangen Billing.......... 2010 1778 - Lacy Emmerling ...................... 2002 Note: Lacy Emmerling played every minute during the 2002 season, and Sarah Furr did the same in 2007.

Sarah Furr was Florida Southern’s goalkeeper for only one season, but what a season it was. As a senior in 2007, she played every minute and set school records for shutouts and consecutive scoreless minutes, while posting a 1.18 goals against average that ranks third in school history. Despite playing only one year between the posts, her seven shutouts still rank second on the team’s career list. 29


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN CAREER RECORDS GOALS: 43 - Princess Haley .......................2007-10 29 - Joanie DeHaven.....................2001-04 21 - Mindy Dymon .........................2001-04 Halie Clark....................1999, 2005-07 20 - Linda Hoglund........................2005-08 19 - Erin Hopkins...........................2007-08

GAME-WINNING GOALS: 12 Princess Haley....................... 2007-10 9 - Joanie DeHaven .................... 2001-04 8 - Mindy Dymon......................... 2001-04 Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck ..... 2004-07 7 - Linda Hoglund........................ 2005-08 5 - Erin Hopkins .......................... 2008-09

ASSISTS: 38 - Linda Hoglund........................2005-08 26 - Mindy Dymon .........................2001-04 20 - Alex Hoover ..........................2008-10 16 - Erin Hopkins...........................2007-08 Princess Haley .......................2007-10 15 - Liane Muise............................1999-02

MATCHES: 80 - Jackie Bachteler .................... 2007-10 Princess Haley....................... 2007-10 78 - Ashlie Haas............................ 2007-10 74 - Danielle Zirkelbach ................ 2000-03 73 - Lacy Emmerling ..................... 1999-02 Kristen Klaus.......................... 1999-02 Jannah Leffel ......................... 1999-02 Alicia Maloy............................ 2000-03 Linda Hoglund........................ 2005-08 71 - Carolyn Seabury .................... 1998-01 Mindy Dymon......................... 2001-04 MATCHES STARTED: 79 - Jackie Bachteler .................... 2007-10 78 - Princess Haley....................... 2007-10 77 - Ashlie Haas............................ 2007-10 72 - Kristen Klaus.......................... 1999-02 71 - Lacy Emmerling ..................... 1999-02 Carolyn Seabury .................... 1998-01 Linda Hoglund........................ 2005-08

Princess Haley was a 3-time AllSouth Region forward who is Florida Southern’s career leader in goals and points. POINTS: 102 - Princess Haley .......................2007-10 78 - Linda Hoglund........................2005-08 68 - Joanie DeHaven.....................2001-04 Mindy Dymon .........................2001-04 54 - Erin Hopkins...........................2007-08 47 - Liane Muise............................1999-02 Halie Clark....................1999, 2005-07 SHOTS: 240 - Princess Haley .......................2007-10 158 - Mindy Dymon .........................2001-04 142 - Linda Hoglund........................2005-08 130 - Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck......2004-07 124 - Erin Hopkins...........................2007-08

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Minimum 2,000 minutes): 1.24 - Martina Tangen Billing ........ 2008-10 1.59 - Kim Fish................................. 2003-06 2.62 - Lacy Emmerling ..................... 1999-02 SHUTOUTS: 18 - Martina Tangen Billing ........ 2008-10 7 - Kim Fish................................. 2003-06 Sarah Furr................................... 2007 5 - Lacy Emmerling ..................... 1999-02 2 - Sarah Manville ....................... 2004-05 SAVES: 584 - Lacy Emmerling ..................... 1999-02 311 - Kim Fish................................. 2003-06 228 - Martina Tangen Billing ........ 2008-10 97 - Melissa Peeples.......................... 1998 72 - Sarah Manville ....................... 2004-05

Did You Know?

Kim Fish is the Mocs’ career record holder with an .802 save percentage, and ranks second in goals against average, shutouts and saves. She also had eight games with double digit saves, second only to Lacy Emmerling, who had 20. MATCHES (GK): 73 - Lacy Emmerling......................1999-02 60 - Martina Tangen Billing.........2008-10 53 - Kim Fish .................................2003-06 20 - Sarah Furr ...................................2007 18 - Sarah Corbett .........................1998-99 16 - Melissa Peeples ..........................1998 Sarah Manville........................2004-05 MATCHES STARTED (GK): 71 - Lacy Emmerling......................1999-02 60 - Martina Tangen Billing.........2008-10 48 - Kim Fish .................................2003-06 20 - Sarah Furr ...................................2007 16 - Melissa Peeples ..........................1998 14 - Sarah Manville........................2004-05 MINUTES (GK): 6359 - Lacy Emmerling ..................1999-02 4351 - Kim Fish ..............................2003-06 5576 - Martina Tangen Billing......2008-10 1827 - Sarah Furr ................................2007 1224 - Sarah Manville ....................2004-05

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Fastest Goal at the Start of a Match ..................................... 9/ 30/ 09 In a 5-0 win over Flagler in 2009, Princess H aley became the first (and so far, only) player in team history to score a goal in the first minute of the game. It came just 40 seconds after the opening kickoff, and though it had never happened before then, it nearly happened a second time in the same game. Just 28 seconds later, Renee H eacock scored again for the Moccasins for the second fastest goal in team history. The Mocs then added a third goal when Ashlie H aas gave them a 3-0 lead only 3:24 into the game. The only other time Florida Southern has scored a goal in the first two minutes of a game was in a 6-0 win over Thomas in 2007. Erin H opkins scored that one at the 1:28 mark. Defensively, Florida Southern has allowed a first-minute goal on two occasions, most recently in 2004, when Rollins scored 27 seconds into the game en route to a 3-0 win. The first time it happened was even faster, as Tampa’s Stephanie Keating needed just 14 seconds to score in 1999.

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A GOAL 5 - Princess Haley ..... Sept. 19, 2008 – Sept. 30, 2008 Princess Haley .........Sept. 22, 2009 – Oct. 3, 2009 4 - Heather Swadling... Sept. 8, 2000 – Sept. 23, 2000 Princess Haley .........Oct. 17, 2008 – Oct. 28, 2008 Kerri-Ann Brown.........Oct. 5, 2010 – Oct. 23, 2010 3 - accomplished 11 times, most recently Princess Haley ..... Sept. 12, 2010 – Sept. 18, 2010 CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A POINT 8 - *Linda Hoglund...... Aug. 30, 2008 – Sept. 23, 2008 7 - #Linda Hoglund ........Oct. 18, 2006 – Sept. 7, 2007 Princess Haley .......Sept. 22, 2009 – Oct. 11, 2009 6 - Mindy Dymon .........Oct. 31, 2001 – Sept. 18, 2002 Erin Hopkins...........Sept. 30, 2008 – Oct. 21, 2008 5 - accomplished five times, most recently Kerri-Ann Brown.........Oct. 5, 2010 – Oct. 27, 2010 *Streak occurred at the start of the season #Had at least one assist in every game CONSECUTIVE STARTS *71 - Carolyn Seabury ......Sept. 1, 1998 – Oct. 31, 2001 62 - Kristen Klaus ..............Sept. 1, 1999 – Oct. 1, 2002 Jackie Bachteler......Oct. 27, 2007 – Nov. 12, 2010 61 - Ashlie Haas ............ Aug. 24, 2007 – Nov. 13, 2009 60 - Lexie Bottomley ....... Aug. 30, 2008 – CURRENT Martina T. Billing ...... Aug. 30, 2008 – CURRENT 58 - Kristen Vollmer........ Sept. 7, 2008 – Nov. 12, 2010 53 - Joanie DeHaven........ Sept. 2, 2002 – Nov. 2, 2004 *started every game in her four-year career

Shortest Time Betw een Goals ............................................... 9/ 30/ 09 Considering the way last year’s game against Flagler started, it should come as no surprise that Princess H aley and Renee H eacock also set a school record for the shortest time between two goals. By scoring just 28 seconds apart, they broke the previous record of 34 seconds set in 1998 by Noreen Drenthe and V alerie K raj csik in a 4-1 win over Embry-Riddle. Shortest Time Betw een Goals by the Same Player ................ 10/ 4/ 06 Though she would later go on to be the 2007 SSC Defensive Player-of-the-Year, Amy Clampitt-H olsenbeck first put her name in the Florida Southern record book for something she did on offense. One year earlier, in a 7-1 win over Warner Southern, she became the first player to score two goals in less than a minute; those goals came 41 seconds apart and sent her on the way to the first of her two career hat tricks. Since then, one other player has managed to score two goals in less than a minute’s time. Liz Gorman joined her in that category by scoring 55 seconds apart in a 4-2 victory at Lynn in 2008. She too went on to score a third goal later in the game. 31

Did You Know? Only one freshman in team history has ever scored two goals in her college debut. It happened in 2003, when Taylor Greene came off the bench for two goals and one assist to lead the Moccasins to a 6-0 win over Fontbonne (MO). Four other freshmen have scored one goal in their first collegiate game, most recently Princess Haley in 2007.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ALL-TIME ROSTER NAME Aagaard, Ashlie Abrahamsen, Alyssa Adams, Kim Alfero, Kristin Alvarado, Adi Andrews, Jessee Armstrong, Patricia Bachteler, Jackie Bates, Brittany Bennett, Holly Bilodeau, Michelle Bottomley, Lexie Brant, Nicole Brown, Kerri-Ann Cameron, Tara Carter, Jen Chimienti, Lacey Clampitt-Holsenbeck, Amy Clark, Halie Cleary, Jenna Corbett, Sarah Crooks, Christina Dahlskold, Linda Dahlskold, Therese Dalton, Summer DeHaven, Joanie Delgado-Navarro, Maria Diamond, Melissa Dorado, Eina Drenthe, Noreen Drove, Samantha Dymon, Mindy Emmerling, Lacy Fish, Kim Furr, Sarah Giblin, Jessica Gorman, Liz Greene, Taylor Griffith, Emily Grimsley, Taryn Groom, Sarah Haas, Ashlie Haley, Princess Hall, Kristin Hasell, Cat Heacock, Renee Hetzel, Whitney Higdon, Kara Hoglund, Linda Holley, Lauren Hoover, Alex Hopkins, Erin Jackson, Kelly Jansson, Hanna Johnson, Tasha Kelly, Meghan Kelly, Melissa Kent, Judie Klaus, Kristen Knappman, Krista Koovackal, Lindsey Krajcsik, Valerie

YEARS 1998 20102008 2004 20102008 2000 2007-10 2004-06 20082004 20082001-04 2009-10 2000-03 1999-01 2004-07 2004-07 1999, 05-07 2003-06 1998-99 2006-08 2004, 06-07 2006-09 2008 2001-04 2000 2001-02 2004 1998 2000-03 2001-04 1999-02 2003-06 2004, 2007 2010 2007-08 2003-04 20082002-03 2004-06 2007-10 2007-10 2000-03 2010 2008-09 2005 2009 2005-08 2001 20082007-08 1999 20081998-99 2005, 2007 2005-08 20071999-02 1998-99 2007-08 1998-01

HOMETOWN Eustis, FL Highland, NY Winter Garden, FL Valhalla, NY Frostproof, FL Lakeland, FL West Alexandria, OH Southampton, MA Lakeland, FL Tallahassee, FL Sarasota, FL North Kingstown, RI Lakeland, FL Apopka, FL North Fort Myers, FL Kissimmee, FL Spring Hill, FL Winter Springs, FL Lakeland, FL Clarence Center, NY Cocoa, FL Stuart, FL Jarfalla, Sweden Jarfalla, Sweden Wooster, OH Palm Harbor, FL Lakeland, FL Valrico, FL Skokie, IL East Longmeadow, MA North Vancouver, BC Ware, MA Melbourne, FL Wakefield, RI Damascus, MD St. Petersburg, FL Bakersfield, CA New Port Richey, FL Ellicott City, MD Lakeland, FL Cumberland, ME Rockledge, FL Dallas, TX Lake Worth, FL Palm City, FL Titusville, FL Amherst, MA Bowling Green, KY Vasteras, Sweden Dover, FL West Palm Beach, FL Winter Haven, FL West Palm Beach, FL Vasteras, Sweden Lakeland, FL La Belle, FL La Belle, FL Viera, FL Erie, PA Shippensburg, PA Mulberry, FL Howell, NJ

NAME Leffel, Jannah L’heuruex, Anick Livingston, Nicole Magiera, Johnna Maloy (James), Alicia Manville, Sarah McClure, Amber McQuain, Becky Miller, Margo Mogford, Casey Moore, Kara Muise, Liane Murphy, Jennifer Naumec, Katie Nedelcovych, Brooke Nickerson, Kerri Nickerson, Lindsay O’Hair, Sydney Ott, Anna Ouimette, Julie Pari, Alicia Peeples, Melissa Pellett, Michelle Perry, Siobhan Pflieger (Miller), Cassie Phillips, Jayme Powell, Alexis Purdy, Stephanie Putz, Stephanie Rauckhorst, Caitlin Raymond, Amanda Robinson, Nicole Roddy, Mary Rogell, Angela Rosenberger, Nikki Ryerson, Elizabeth Sammons, Morgan Sandoval, Megan Seabury, Carolyn Sedin, Anna-Sara Smith, Etta Sneed, Erin Speed, Amy Stephany, Elizabeth Sundkvist, Emma Surrency, Keri Swadling, Heather Szabo, Brooke Tabin, Lynnette Tangen Billing, Martina Terbrueggen, Megan Vantine, Meghan Vollmer, Kristen Vulpis, Jeannie Walker, Tara Walters, Amanda Wampler, Morgan Wetherbee, Amanda Whelpley, Kristal Wilhide, Kayla Winokur, Sammie Wroten, Rebecca Zirkelbach, Danielle

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YEARS 1999-02 2000 2004 2009 2000-03 2004-05 2002 2002-05 1998 2003 20101999-02 1998 2008-10 2005 1998 2001 2009-10 2007-10 1998 2004 1998 2006 2003-04 1998-01 1999 2000-03 2006-07 2007 2007-08 2004 2000 1998 1998-01 1998 1998-99 20092010 1998-01 2005-06 1998-99 2008 2000 2003-06 2005 1998-99 1999-02 2000 2005-06 200820102000 2008-10 2000 2004-06 2002-05 20082001-04 1999 20092007 1998 2000-03

HOMETOWN Lakeland, FL Palm Beach Gardens, FL Boca Raton, FL Coventry, RI West Palm Beach, FL Chelsea, MI Kissimmee, FL Winchester, VA Coral Springs, FL Venice, FL Fleming Island, FL Palmer, MA Gainesville, FL Columbia, CT Great Falls, VA Satellite Beach, FL Endicott, NY Delton, FL Cocoa Beach, FL Danvers, FL North Providence, RI Lakeland, FL Casselberry, FL Brandon, FL Lakeland, FL Columbia, MO Dayton, OH Norton, OH Andover, MN Orange Park, FL Palm Coast, FL Beverly Hills, FL Lakeland, FL Satellite Beach, FL Grencastle, IN Winter Haven, FL Lithia, FL Panama City, FL Marcellus, NY Soberge, Sweden Green Bay, WI Leland, MI Lakeland, FL Erie, PA Vasteras, Sweden Plant City, FL Penfield, NY Spring Hill, FL Holyoke, MA Uppsala, Sweden Jacksonville, FL Beverly Hills, FL Zephyrhills, FL Spring Hill, FL Fort Pierce, FL Whitehouse, OH Winter Haven, FL Winter Haven, FL Auburndale, FL Grafton, MA Longwood, FL Lakeland, FL Palm Coast, FL


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2010 FINAL STATS AND RESULTS (10-5-4, 5-3) PLAYER

MP MS

C-E

MIN

SH

G

A PT

Princess Haley Kerri-Ann Brown

19 19 18 2

2-0 1785 1-0 836

71 24

11 7

3 25 2 16

Kara Moore Emily Griffith

19 12 19 19

0-0 1047 1-0 1422

41 30

4 3

3 11 3 9

Adi Alvarado

17 12

0-0

994

35

3

2

8

Akex Hoover

17 12

0-0

972

15

1

5

7

Jessica Giblin Alyssa Abrahamsen

18 11 19 5

0-0 0-0

993 637

17 4

2 1

1 1

5 3

Kristen Vollmer Morgan Sammons

19 19 15 15

0-0 1749 1-0 1351

6 3

0 1

3 0

3 2

Jackie Bachteler Sydney O’Hair

19 19 15 1

0-0 1691 1-0 254

11 1

0 0

2 2

2 2

Lexie Bottomley Ashlie Haas

19 19 17 16

0-0 1716 1-0 1545

2 1

0 0

1 1

1 1

Anna Ott

14

5

2-1

581

1

0

1

1

Hanna Jansson Holly Bennett

16 3

4 0

0-0 0-0

253 42

6 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

Megan Sandoval Cat Hasell

1 1

0 0

0-0 0-0

7 7

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0

0

0

0

Martina T. Billing (GK) 19 19

0-0 1780

FLA. SOUTHERN

19

9-1 1790 269

34 30 98

OPPONENTS

19

11-1 1790 206

22 19 63

GOALKEEPERS Ashlie Haas

MP MS 1

0

Min Shots

DATE OPPONENT 9/3 $vs. Georgia College

0

0

0

Martina Tangen Billing 19 19 1780

206

80

4 22 1.11

FLA. SOUTHERN

19

1790

206

81

4 22 1.11

OPPONENTS

19

1790

269 100

4 34 1.71

9/18

T, 0-0 2ot --L, 1-2 Griffith (O’Hair) W, 2-1 Brown (Moore) Griffith (Moore) 10/11 at Flagler CANCELLED 10/15 *at Lynn W, 3-1 Brown (unassisted) Haley (Vollmer) Brown (Griffith) 10/17 *at Barry W, 2-1 Brown (unassisted) OWN GOAL 10/23 *Nova Southeastern W, 5-0 Haley (Vollmer) Haley (Bottomley, Brown) Moore (unassisted) Abrahamsen (Haley) Brown (Griffith) 10/27 *Saint Leo L, 0-2 --10/30 *at Florida Tech L, 0-2 --11/2 #Saint Leo W, 2-1 Haley (Haas, Hoover) Haley (Moore) 11/5 #vs. Florida Tech T, 1-1 2ot Haley (Vollmer) 11/12 %vs. Florida Tech T, 1-1 2ot Sammons (Hoover)

0 0.00

Score by Halves FLA. SOUTHERN OPPONENTS

1

2 OT OT PK-A

12 20 11 11

2 0

0 0

CK

0-3 122 1-1 80

FLS Off. 137 182

at Columbus State ^vs. North Georgia *Tampa

9/15

Fla. Southern totals include one team save TEAM STATS

10/1 10/3 10/5

9/12

SV SH GA GAA

10

9/19 9/21 9/26

GOALS (ASSISTS) Haley (Ott, Hoover) Alvarardo (Haley) $vs. Armstrong Atlantic T, 1-1 2ot Moore (unassisted) at Thomas (GA) W, 3-0 Moore (unassisted) Brown (Hoover) Hoover (Alvarado) at West Florida W, 3-2 ot Haley (Hoover, Giblin) Moore (unassisted) Haley (Brown) *Eckerd W, 4-0 Giblin (Griffith) Brown (Abrahamsen, Haley) Haley (unassisted) Alvarado (O’Hair) at Abilene Christian W, 3-2 ot Haley (Bachteler, Alvarado) Giblin (Bachteler) Alvarado (unassisted) at Tex. A&M-Commerce L, 1-2 Griffith (unassisted) *at Rollins L, 0-2 --^vs. North Alabama CANCELLED

9/5 9/10

RESULT W, 2-1

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* Sunshine State Conference Match #SSC Tournament (semifinals and championship game at Nova SE) $Games played at Lynn ^Games played at Columbus State %NCAA South Region Tournament (at Rollins) Note 1: Florida Tech advanced on PKs in SSC semifinals, 3-1 Note 2: Florida Tech advanced on PKs in South Region Tourn., 4-3

Did You Know?

Adi Alvarado needed just seven seconds of overtime to score the gamewinning goal in a 3-2 victory at Abilene Christian last year. It was the fastest overtime goal in team history, and the second time they needed less than a minute of sudden death to win a game. In 2001, Joanie DeHaven scored 18 seconds into overtime to give the Mocs a 2-1 win over Bryant.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR AND SERIES RECORDS

1 2 1 4

Sunshine State W L T 0 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 9 2 2 5 4 2 2 1 7 2 6 4 3 1 7 1 6 2 5 3

GF 18 21 24 30 21 33 25 23 26 46 55 41 34

GA 64 80 46 48 39 37 17 36 34 24 27 28 22

SHUTOUTS FOR/AG'ST. 0/7 0/9 3/5 2/5 1/6 4/2 3/6 2/5 1/5 7/3 7/0 8/4 4/4

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

W 3 2 5 6 4 9 7 4 6 12 14 12 10

Overall L 13 14 13 11 13 10 6 10 11 7 4 8 5

13 years

94

125

18

35

57

5

397

502

42/61

Rizzieri Strawbridge

40 54

90 35

10 8

11 24

42 15

4 1

195 202

367 135

15/45 27/16

OPPONENT RECORD Abilene Christian............................1-0 Alabama-Huntsville........................3-0 Armstrong Atlantic State ............1-3-1 Barry .............................................5-8-1 Bryant ............................................1-0 Carson-Newman............................0-1-1 Central Arkansas ...........................1-1 Christian Brothers ..........................0-0-1 Clayton State .................................0-1 Clearwater Christian ......................1-0 Columbus State .............................0-1-1 Dowling ..........................................1-0 Eckerd...........................................7-8 Embry-Riddle .................................3-2-1 Findlay ...........................................0-1 Flagler...........................................4-2-1 Florida Tech .................................5-4-3 Fontbonne......................................1-0 Franklin Pierce...............................1-0 Georgia College.............................1-1 Green Mountain.............................0-1 Harding ..........................................0-1 Haverford.......................................0-1 Liberty............................................1-0 Lincoln Memorial............................1-1 Lynn ..............................................7-6-2

T 1 2 1 2 2 2

OPPONENT RECORD Massachusetts-Lowell ...................1-0 Metro State....................................0-1 Milligan ..........................................0-1 Missouri-St. Louis..........................0-1 Montclair State ..............................1-0 Montevallo .....................................4-3-2 North Alabama.............................0-2 North Florida..................................0-2 North Georgia................................0-1 Northwood (FL) .............................2-1 Nova Southeastern......................4-7-1 Palm Beach Atlantic....................4-5-1 Regis .............................................0-1 Rollins ..........................................2-19 St. Anselm .....................................0-1 St. Joseph’s (IN)............................1-0 Saint Leo ......................................6-7-2 St. Thomas (FL) ............................1-0 South Carolina-Aiken ....................2-0 Southern Connecticut State ..........0-1 Spring Hill (AL) ..............................0-1 Tampa...........................................4-12 Texas A&M-Commerce .................0-1 Thomas (GA).................................5-1 Truman State.................................0-1 Virginia Intermont ..........................0-1 Warner Southern ...........................3-0 Webber International .....................7-1 West Florida.................................1-10 West Georgia ................................1-1 34

COACH Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Christine Rizzieri Ben Strawbridge Ben Strawbridge Ben Strawbridge Ben Strawbridge Ben Strawbridge 8 years 5 years

Did You Know? On September 2, 2007, Florida Southern staged the greatest comeback win in team history, rallying from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Montevallo, 4-3. The only other time an SSC team came back to win from such a deficit was last year when Barry rallied for a 5-4 overtime win vs. North Alabama after trailing 4-1. • Moccasins trail 3-0 at halftime, getting out-shot 8-7 • 59:06 – Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck scores on PK after Erin Hopkins is fouled • 61:59 – Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck scores on a direct free kick • 74:44 – Princess Haley chips shot over GK from right wing on assist from Linda Hoglund • 82:10 – Amy Clampitt-Holsenbeck scores inside 6-yard box on cross from Linda Hoglund • 88:58 – Sarah Furr makes final save to preserve 4-3 win • Moccasins out-shoot Falcons 15-4 in the second half


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THE SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE SSC Member Schools

Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sport organization to the Division II “Conference of Champions”. Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. Sunshine State Conference member schools have won recent NCAA national titles (76 total) in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and Commissioner women’s golf, softball, men’s and Jay Jones women’s tennis, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball. The SSC is also nationally recognized in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s rowing and women’s basketball. The SSC sponsors championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, softball and women’s rowing. Last year saw the SSC add two more titles to the list when Nova Southeastern captured its third straight national championship in women’s golf, and Barry brought home the women’s tennis championship one year after its men won. For more information, please contact:

School

Location

Enrollment

Joined SSC

Barry University ...................Miami Shores ........8,242 .............. 1988 Eckerd College ....................St. Petersburg .......1,832 .............. 1975 Florida Southern College.....Lakeland................2,185 .............. 1975 Florida Tech.........................Melbourne .............8,985 .............. 1981 Lynn University ....................Boca Raton ...........2,109 .............. 1997 Nova SE University..............Davie .....................5,355 .............. 2002 Rollins College.....................Winter Park ...........1,759 .............. 1975 Saint Leo University.............Saint Leo ...............1,744 .............. 1975 University of Tampa.............Tampa ...................6,600 .............. 1981

Did You Know?

The Sunshine State Conference has produced five national champions in women’s soccer since 1988 when the sport was adopted by NCAA Division II. With three runner-up finishes as well, the SSC has been represented in the national championship game eight times in 21 years. 1988 1989 1992 1993 1995 1996 1998 2007

Jay Jones, Commissioner Kelly Harrison, Asst. Commissioner for Internal Relations Maryanne Simkulak, Asst. Commissioner, Membership Services 400 South Park Avenue, Suite 150 Winter Park, FL 32789 (321) 972-1803

SSC Teams in the National Championship Game Barry lost to Cal State-East Bay, 1-0 Barry defeated K eene State (NH ), 4-0 Barry defeated Adelphi (NY ), 3-2 Barry defeated Cal Poly, 2-0 Barry lost to Franklin Pierce (NH), 5-0 Lynn lost to Franklin Pierce (NH), 1-0 Lynn defeated Sonoma State, 3-1 Tampa defeated Franklin Pierce (NH ), 1-0 (pk’s)

Saint Leo

Rollins Florida Tech

Tampa Eckerd Florida Southern

Lynn Nova SE Barry

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2010 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE WRAP-UP FINAL SSC STANDINGS

TEAM Nova SE x-Florida Tech x-Fla. Southern x-Tampa x-Rollins Saint Leo Barry Lynn Eckerd

ALL 9-6-1 10-7-5 10-5-4 16-5-2 10-5-2 9-7-1 9-8-1 5-7-2 3-14-1

GF 25 32 34 43 21 46 55 15 12

GA 19 21 22 18 15 22 30 22 43

SSC GF 5-2-1 13 5-2-1 13 5-3 16 5-3 14 4-2-2 9 4-3-1 16 3-4-1 15 2-6 4 0-8 0

2010 SSC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

GA 12 5 9 7 6 5 15 12 29

POINTS ## Player, Team GP Goals Ast. Pts. Avg./G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Emma Karp, BU.................... 18........ 20........ 8.........48 ...........2.67 2. Pia Soesemann, SL.............. 17........ 19........ 4.........42 ...........2.47 3. Casey Lademann, FT........... 22........ 16........ 4.........36 ...........1.64 4. Melissa Madrid, BU .............. 17........ 14........ 7.........35 ...........2.06 5. Chrissy Darwell, SL .............. 16........ 10........ 5.........25 ...........1.56 Princess Haley, FSC........... 19........ 11........ 3.........25 ...........1.32 7. Alexis Hernandez, FT........... 16........ 10........ 1.........21 ...........1.31 8. Courtney Peffley, UT ............ 23.......... 2...... 14.........18 ...........0.78 9. Cassie Barbaresi, SL............ 17.......... 3...... 11.........17 ...........1.00 10. Karin Hedlund, SL ................ 16.......... 6........ 4.........16 ...........1.00 Kerri-Ann Brown, FSC ....... 18.......... 7........ 2.........16 ...........0.89 three other players with 16 points

x-Earned NCAA Tournament bid

SSC Tournament Results First Round (#3) Florida Southern 2, (#6) Saint Leo 1 (#4) Tampa 1, (#5) Rollins 0

GOALS ## Player, Team GP Goals Avg./G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Emma Karp, BU.................... 18........ 20......1.11 2. Pia Soesemann, SL.............. 17........ 19......1.12 3. Casey Lademann, FT........... 22........ 16......0.73 4. Melissa Madrid, BU .............. 17........ 14......0.82 5. Princess Haley, FSC........... 19........ 11......0.58 6. Alexis Hernandez, NSU........ 16........ 10......0.62 Chrissy Darwell, SL .............. 16........ 10......0.62 8. Brittan Spence, UT ............... 22.......... 8......0.36 9. Kerri-Ann Brown, FSC ....... 18.......... 7......0.39 Luana Miessa, UT ................ 23.......... 7......0.30

Semifinals (#2) Florida Tech 1, Florida Southern 1 (2ot) Fla. Tech advanced on penalty kicks, 3-1 Tampa 2, (#1) Nova Southeastern 0 Championship Game Tampa 1, Florida Tech 0

2010 ALL-SSC TEAM FIRST TEAM ALL-SSC F – Emma Karp, BU ................Fr. F – Casey Lademann, FT........ Jr. F – Pia Soesemann, SL........... Jr. M – Alexis Hernandez, NSU....Sr. M – Paula Lillsjo, FT ................ Jr. M – Charlotte Murrell, RC........ Jr. D – Ann-Marie Helgestad, FT.. Jr. D – Leah Hirsch, RC................Sr. D – Meagan Thomas, RC....... Sr. GK – Mist Eliasdottir, FT.......... Jr. AL - Princess Haley (F), FSC. Sr.

ASSISTS ## Player, Team GP Asts. Avg./G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Courtney Peffley, UT ............ 23........ 14......0.61 2. Cassie Barbaresi, SL............ 17........ 11......0.65 3. Malloree Enoch, SL .............. 15.......... 9......0.60 4. Emma Karp, BU.................... 18.......... 8......0.44 5. Melissa Madrid, BU .............. 17.......... 7......0.41 Silvia Lugo, BU..................... 18.......... 7......0.39 7. Lainie Ferring, BU ................ 18.......... 6......0.33 8. Chrissy Darwell, SL .............. 16.......... 5......0.31 Alex Hoover, FSC ............... 17.......... 5......0.29 Jasmine Johnson, SL ........... 17.......... 5......0.29

SECOND TEAM ALL-SSC F – Kerri-Ann Brown, FSC.... Sr. F – Melissa Madrid, BU ..........So. F – Melissa Ortiz, LU ............... Jr. M – Jackie Bachteler, FSC ...Sr. M – Cassie Barbaresi, SL........Jr. M – Courtney Peffley, UT ...... So. D – Aija Bent-Trinder, SL.........Jr. D – Jasmine Johnson, SL........Jr. D – Kristen Vollmer, FSC .....Sr. GK - Michelle Dillingham, RC ..Jr. AL – Samantha Kay (M), UT....Jr.

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE ## Player, Team GP GA Minutes Sho. GAA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Michelle Dillingham, RC ........... 15.........11 ..... 1443:06.........7 ........ 0.69 2. Leah Cesanek, UT ................... 23.........18 ..... 2168:54.......11 ........ 0.75 3. Mist Eliasdottir, FT.................... 22.........17 ..... 2008:37.........8 ........ 0.76 4. Martina Tangen Billing, FSC.. 19.........22 ..... 1780:00 ........4 ........ 1.11 5. Chrissy Hy, NSU....................... 16.........18 ..... 1419:28.........7 ........ 1.14 6. Mikaela Barboza, BU................ 11.........16 ..... 968:00.........3 ........ 1.49

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-SSC F – Chrissy Darwell, SL.........................Sr. M – Malloree Enoch, SL........................ Jr.

SAVES ## Player-Team GP SVS Avg./G --------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Kelly Zahorski, EC...................... 15.....106 ... 7.07 2. Kelsey Butler, LU........................ 14.......89 ... 6.36 3. Mist Eliasdottir, FT...................... 22.......86 ... 3.91 4. Martina Tangen Billing, FSC.... 21.......80 ... 4.21 5. Chrissy Hy, NSU......................... 16.......65 ... 4.06 Leah Cesanek, UT ..................... 23.......65 ... 2.83

PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Pia Soesemann, Saint Leo OFFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Pia Soesemann, Saint Leo DEFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Meagan Thomas, Rollins FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR: Emma Karp, Barry COACH-OF-THE-YEAR: Mike Goodrich, Nova SE

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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HALL-OF-FAME There are more members of the SSC Hall of Fame from Florida Southern than any other school in the league, and three more were inducted in 2011 to bring that total to 44. The most recent inductees are men’s golfer Steve Paramore, softball player Wanda Graham, and women’s basketball player Lucresia West (pictured from left to right). Nine Moccasin representatives were inducted into the inaugural class in 1991-92, and FSC has had at least one inductee in 16 of the 19 classes since the Hall’s inception. Of the 44 inductees, 30 have been student-athletes, while 10 have come from the coaching ranks, and four from administrative and staff positions.

CLASS OF 2002-03 Becky Thyhsen - volleyball Norm Benn - women’s basketball coach Rocco Mediate - men’s golf

CLASS OF 1991-92 Dana Cozine - volleyball John Ebeling - men’s basketball John Edwards - men’s basketball Tom Gleeton - men’s golf Sandy Hudson - volleyball Charley Matlock - men’s golf coach Tom Patri - men’s golf Hal Smeltzly - baseball coach / athletic director Lois Webb - volleyball coach

CLASS OF 2003-04 Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball CLASS OF 2004-05 Shelly Davis - softball Wayne Koehler - sports information director Shanna Nagy - women’s golf

CLASS OF 1992-93 Joe Arnold - baseball coach Lee Janzen - men’s golf

CLASS OF 2005-06 Lisa Cave - women’s golf Jeff Klauk - men’s golf James Vida - baseball

CLASS OF 1993-94 Ed Jeffries - women’s tennis coach Jerry Johnson - men’s basketball Dori Stankewitz - softball

CLASS OF 2006-07 Duane Hopkins - faculty athletics representative B.J. Leach - baseball Traci Wood - softball

CLASS OF 1994-95 Bill “Doc” Connors - trainer Kris Kearney - men’s basketball

CLASS OF 2007-08 Julianne Coleman - softball Buck Dawson - cross-country coach Jana Peterkova - women’s golf

CLASS OF 1995-96 Chuck Anderson - baseball coach Terry Gilmore - baseball Missey Crain - volleyball

CLASS OF 2008-09 Lisa Ball - women’s golf Wayne Raath - women’s golf

CLASS OF 1996-97 Hal Wissel - men’s basketball coach

CLASS OF 2010-11 Wanda Graham - softball Steve Paramore - men’s golf Lucresia West – women’s basketball

CLASS OF 1998-99 Kellie Robinson - softball CLASS OF 1999-00 Chris Bellotto - softball coach John Hudek – baseball

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ATHLETIC HALL-OF-FAME INAUGURAL CLASS OF 2002 Chuck Anderson - Baseball (1959-62) Baseball Coach (1984-2002) Chris Bellotto - Softball Coach (1982-present) John Ebeling - Men’s Basketball (1979-82) Ken Huebner - Baseball (1962-65) Lee Janzen - Men’s Golf (1983-86) Jerry Johnson - Men’s Basketball (1985-88) Floyd E. Lay - Men’s Basketball (1938-41) Charley Matlock - Men’s Golf Coach (1972-95) Greg Pryor - Baseball (1968-71) Kellie Robinson - Softball (1989-92) Charles Senger - Baseball/Basketball (1954-57) Hal Smeltzly - Baseball Coach (1958-1976) and Athletics Director (1977-2000) Lois Webb - Volleyball Coach (1977-2000) George Jenkins - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2003 Joe Arnold - Baseball Coach (1977-83) Kim Disbro - Women’s Basketball (1984-87) Fred Lapper - Men’s Basketball (1950-53) Justice Fred R. Lewis - Men’s Bsk. (1965-69) Andy McGaffigan - Baseball (1977-78) Rocco Mediate - Men’s Golf (1983-84) Jay Smith - Baseball (1971-73) Dori Stankewitz - Softball (1985-88) Dr. Hal Wissel - Men’s Bsk. Coach (1977-82) Jimmie Sikes - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2004 Norm Benn - Women’s Bsk. Coach (1985-97) Rodney Butcher - Men’s Golf (1989-92) Katy Cortelyou - Softball (1992-95) Terry Gilmore - Baseball (1984-87) Kris Kearney - Men’s Basketball (1985-89) Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball (1995-98) Tom Patri - Men’s Golf (1980-81) Becky Thyhsen - Volleyball (1989-91) Clarence “Blade” Kelley - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2005 Bob Bowman - Men’s Basketball (1963-67) Jim Bush - Men’s Soccer Coach (1957-80); Men’s Tennis Coach (1959-85); Women’s Tennis Coach (‘79-80) Missey Crain - Volleyball (1988-90) Shelly Davis - Softball (1993-96) John Edwards - Men’s Basketball (1973-76) Tom Gleeton - Men’s Golf (1977-79) Shanna Nagy - Women’s Golf (1996-99) Basil “Rocky” Pegg - Men’s Bsk. (1949-51) Marcus “Joker” Marchant - Honorary Member

The Class of 2011

The tenth class of the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame was enshrined in March of 2010. Front row (L-R): Lucresia West (women’s basketball, 2002-05), Sara Stewart (volleyball, 1997-00), and Lisa McNeley (softball, 1996-97). Back row (L-R): Robbie Davis representing Rachel Bell (women’s golf, 2001-02), Dave McCorkle (baseball, 1984-85), Cliff Dixon (men’s soccer, 1995-97), Bob Adams (honorary). CLASS OF 2006 Cris Allen - Baseball (1986-89) Frank Cacciatore - Baseball (1974-75) Lisa Cave - Women’s Golf (1997-2000) A.L. “Buck” Dawson - Cross Country Coach (1995-2006) Alan Grossman - Men’s Soccer (1971-74) Sandy Hudson - Volleyball (1981-82) Dr. Ed Jeffries - Women’s Tennis Coach (1981-99) Jeff Klauk - Men’s Golf (1997-2000) Frank Szabo - Administrator James Vida - Baseball (1994-95) CLASS OF 2007 Allison Avey - Women’s Tennis (1982-85) Robbie Davis - Women’s Golf Coach (1997present) Doug Gordin - Men’s Golf Coach (1996-present) Simon Harper - Men’s Basketball (1971-72) Wayne Koehler - Sports Info. Director (1983-95, 1999-2002) B.J. Leach - Baseball (1998-99) Mohammed Sabie - Men’s Soccer (1954) Traci Wood - Softball (1992-96) Jack Slayton - Honorary Member

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CLASS OF 2008 Alberto Bonfil - Men’s Tennis (1997-2000) Kelly Charron - Women’s Basketball (1992-95) Julianne Coleman - Softball (1996-99) Frank DeSavino - Men’s Basketball (1953-56) Jana Peterkova – Women’s Golf (2001-02) Wayne Raath – Men’s Golf (1997-2000) Steve Sokol - Men’s Golf (2001-02) Brett Tomko - Baseball (1995) George Hudson - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2009 Lisa Ball - Women’s Golf (2000-02) Kim Crawford - Volleyball (1993-94) Bob Gendron - Baseball (1981-82) Wanda Graham - Softball (1990-93) Joe Sickles - Baseball (1981-83) Jill Stephens - Volleyball (1991-1994) Chrissy Teresi - Softball (1991-92) Stacey Ungashick - Women’s Bsk. (1990-93) Jack Varasse - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2010 Brian Bain - Men’s Soccer (1966-69) Dana Cozine - Volleyball (1983-84) Marco Dawson – Men’s Golf (1982-85) Beith Greig - Softball (1986-87) Duane Hopkins – Faculty Athletic Rep. (1999-07) Steve Paramore – Men’s Golf (2000-03) Darron Stiles – Men’s Golf (1992-95) John Mack – Honorary Member


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS Florida Southern College is proud to be able to provide distinct scholarships for most of its varsity sports. Established by gifts from many generous donors, these named scholarships were created to recognize and honor an individual or were created as memorials. All of them reflect a donor’s love of sports, a desire to assist exceptional student-athletes, and a commitment to higher education. Florida Southern’s Athletic Department is extremely grateful for the support from these outstanding individuals. If you are interested in contributing to a current scholarship or establishing a new one, please call Florida Southern Athletic Director Pete Meyer at 863680-4264. WOMEN'S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Taylor Greene Memorial Scholarship

BASEBALL • Jim & Phyllis Adams Scholarship • Chuck Anderson Scholarship • John Cedarburg Scholarship • John & Rebecca Rodda Scholarship • Hal Smeltzly Scholarship

SOFTBALL • Chris Bellotto Scholarship • Stanley Gaines Scholarship • Mary Meloy Scholarship

MEN'S BASKETBALL • The Blade and The Blu Scholarship • Scott Kelly Scholarship • John P. & William P. Buckley Scholarship

MEN'S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL • Dick Goding Scholarship

WOMEN'S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

MEN'S & WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN'S TENNIS • David & Carol Walters Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN'S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Conner Janzen Scholarship • George Jenkins Scholarship • James "Jimmie" Sikes Scholarship • Leon "Pop" Sikes, Sr. Scholarship • Hal Sherron Fund

WOMEN'S TENNIS • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship VOLLEYBALL • Ruby Adams - Ellene Szabo Scholarship • Dorothy Cofrin Scholarship • Herman & Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Stephens Family Scholarship • Irene Wagner Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship • Lois Webb Scholarship

WOMEN'S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Nell W. Phelps Scholarship

GENERAL • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship

MEN'S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Dick Wells Fund

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Florida Southern College Frank Lloyd Wright's "Child of the Sun"

The Danforth Chapel is one of two chapels on campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Thad Buckner Building is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright “Child of the Sun” Visitor Center.

The Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center houses a fullsized basketball court, weight and aerobic rooms, and a student lounge and is adjacent to an NCAA regulation size swimming pool.

Florida Southern is home to the world’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed planetarium.

Frank Lloyd Wright often visited Florida Southern during his 20year relationship with the college. Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, completed in 1941, was the first of Wright's designs at Florida Southern College.

Founded by the United Methodist Church, Florida Southern College is one of the oldest private colleges in the state, tracing its beginnings to a small seminary in Orlando in 1885. The tie to its founding church has remained constant and is today, a proud part of the College's heritage and a bright beacon for the future. Florida Southern moved to Lakeland in the heart of Florida's citrus belt in 1922 and began the construction of a campus that would eventually become a national landmark. The beautiful 100-acre campus, on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, includes the world's largest collection of buildings by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Florida Southern’s West Campus, now known throughout the world, actually had its inception in the mind of Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of the college from 19251957.

In 1935 he conceived the idea of an ultra-modern campus, designed by the world's leading architect. Ground was broken two years later for the first building in the Wright collection, the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. What Frank Lloyd Wright created on the campus is amazing. His original work is still as modern and exciting as the newest buildings still on many architect's drawing boards. It is, perhaps, symbolic that the greatest concentration of his genius should be located at a small, private institution of higher learning. Perhaps he describes it best, "...out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun...the college of tomorrow." 40


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide As one of the four original buildings on the FSC campus, Joseph-Reynolds Hall (“JR”) offers one of the best views on campus. It sits atop a hill overlooking Lake Hollingsworth. Community life is big here - the women of JR form groups within the building as a whole and also within the “wings” and smaller hallways. JR and its companion hall, Spivey, are located in the center of campus between Edge Hall and Ordway and serve mainly as first-year female residence halls.

Florida Southern’s recently renovated Water Dome, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, made its premiere performance on October 25, 2007. The Water Dome features 74 jets powering streams of water 45-feet into the air. It took almost 260,000 gallons of water to fill the basin of the dome and at full power 4,800 gallons are water are pumped per minute.

Wesley Hall is one of two new twin residence halls at FSC, and opened in the fall of 2008. The second building, Nicholas Hall, opened in the fall of 2009. Each new residence hall includes 115 bedrooms with views of Lake Hollingsworth, meeting rooms, student lounges, kitchens, and study spaces.

All of Florida Southern College’s residence halls offer wireless access in the common lobby areas and every room offers cable TV and is wired for internet access. In addition, wireless hotspots on campus include the Roux Library, TûTû’s Cyber Cafe (which offers Starbucks products), Wynee’s Bistro (our cafeteria), and the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center and pool area.

A grouping of three residence halls, the Publix Commons are close to just about everything on the Florida Southern campus. All three buildings offer suitestyle living in which six students each have their own rooms and share a living area and bathroom. The Publix Commons also is home to Florida Southern’s Greek organizations. 41


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FSC’s FINISHES IN NACDA CUP

DIRECTIONS TO FSC

Sponsored by Learfield Sports and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, the NACDA Cup standings rank every NCAA Division II program based on their performances in the various national championships. Grand Valley State (MI) was the overall winner for the eighth consecutive year.

From Orlando… I-4 West to exit 33. Turn left off exit, and turn right at second stoplight. Continue to major intersection at Memorial Blvd and turn left. Go 1/2 mile to Ingraham Avenue and turn right. Go to McDonald and turn right. Parking lot is on the left, just past Barnett Field. From Orlando Airport… Take 417 South (toll road) to I-4 West and follow directions above.

SEASON .......................PLACE ......................... PTS th 1995-96............................13 .......................... 328.0 th 1996-97............................27 .......................... 283.5 th 1997-98.............................5 ........................... 320.0 th 1998-99.............................4 ........................... 320.0 th 1999-00.............................4 ........................... 473.0 th 2000-01............................30 .......................... 310.0 th 2001-02............................24 .......................... 344.0 th 2002-03............................40 .......................... 310.5 th 2003-04............................26 .......................... 385.5 th 2004-05............................13 .......................... 445.5 th 2005-06............................15 .......................... 404.0 th 2006-07............................10 .......................... 554.0 th 2007-08............................39 .......................... 351.5 th 2008-09............................36 .......................... 375.0 rd 2009-10............................23 .......................... 450.0 th 2010-11............................19 .......................... 456.0

From Tampa/St. Petersburg… Follow I-4 East to Exit 27 (570E, Polk Parkway exit). Go approximately 6.1 miles to Exit 7 (South Florida Avenue - toll: 50 cents). Turn left onto 37N (South Florida Avenue) and go to McDonald Street. Turn right on McDonald and go seven blocks to the campus. Barnett Field is the by the second parking lot on the right. From Palm Beach/Miami… Take Florida Turnpike north to Yeehaw Junction (Highway 60). Take Highway 60 to 98 North in Bartow, and 98 North into Lakeland. Watch for the Grove Park Shopping Plaza (on the left) and turn left at Crystal Lake Drive. Go to Lake Hollingsworth Drive, turn right and go around the lake to Ingraham Avenue. Turn right again, and go to stop sign (McDonald) and turn left. Parking lot will be on the left, just past Barnett Field.

FLORIDA SOUTHERN SECOND ON BOTH SIDES OF THE MAYORS’ CUP

MAJORS and FIELDS OF STUDY Florida Southern College offers a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree and also offers master’s degrees in business administration, education and nursing. For more information, call the FSC admissions office at (863) 680-4131 or 1-800-274-4131. The following is a list of undergraduate majors offered at Florida Southern:

The Mayors’ Cup recognizes competition in seven sports for men (soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming, golf, tennis and baseball), and nine sports for women (soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming golf, tennis volleyball, softball and rowing). Points in each sport are awarded by the number of schools sponsoring teams in the respective sports. Last year saw Florida Southern win the women’s Mayors’ Cup for the 11th time, largely on the strength of its SSC title in basketball, and 2nd-place finishes in volleyball, swimming and golf. Florida Southern has also won the men’s Mayors’ Cup 11 times, and nearly added to that total last year. The Mocs finished second to Barry by half a point.

Accounting Advertising Art Education Art History Art - Studio Art Athletic Training Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biology Broadcast Journalism Business Administration Chemistry Citrus Communication Computer Science Computer Science/Math. Criminology Economics Elementary Education Education – Secondary Education (certification programs) English Environmental Studies Finance Graphic Design History Horticulture Science Humanities Human Movement & Performance

Florida Southern Year-by-Year in the Mayors’ Cup Men’s Women’s Men’s Women’s Season Place Place Season Place Place 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

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Pre-Professional Studies Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Theological Pre-Veterinary Pre-Pharmacy Interdisciplinary Studies African-American Studies Information Tech. Mgt. International Studies Latin-American Studies Women’s Studies Graduate Programs Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Master of Education (M.Ed.) Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) Clinical Nurse Specialist Nurse Educator


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BARNETT FIELD, HOME OF THE MOCCASINS The Moccasins play all of their home games at Barnett Field, on the campus of Florida Southern College. The field is located behind Jenkins Field House, home of the Moccasin volleyball and basketball teams, on the corner of Ingraham Avenue and McDonald Street. Bleacher seating is available on one side of the pitch for approximately 500 fans. Barnett Field is the only home the Moccasins have ever known since men’s soccer was first played as an intercollegiate sport in 1957. Originally known as Pipkin Field, it was re-christened Barnett Field in 1990, in honor of longtime Florida Southern booster Hoyt Barnett. Lights were installed (nine polls at the cost of $100,000) in October of 1989, and the Moccasin men’s team played its first night game at Barnett Field in a 5-1, exhibition victory over Polk Community College in 1990. The first regular season night game was on September 8 of that year, a 2-0 loss to Flagler. The first intercollegiate soccer game at Pipkin/Barnett Field was on October 26, 1957, when the Mocs lost to Rollins College, 3-1. The women’s first game at Barnett Field was September 1, 1998 (the first game in the program’s history) and was a 5-2 loss to Tampa; the game was played in a steady rain throughout the night. Florida Southern eventually earned its first home win on September 17, 1998, defeating Embry-Riddle 4-1. In 13 years, the women’s soccer team has a 58-53-3 record on its home field.

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ALL-SPORTS SCORECARD NCAA National Championships 12 Men’s Golf 9 Baseball 4 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Basketball 1 Softball NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes NCAA National 3rd-Place Finishes NCAA National 4th-Place Finishes NCAA Regional Championships NCAA Postseason Appearances NCAA Individual Event National Champions NCAA Individual Postseason Appearances National Players of the Year All-American Certificates 209 1st Team All-Americans 92 2nd Team All-Americans 53 3rd Team All-Americans 82 Honorable Mention All-Americans 5 Freshman All-Americans 40 Academic All-Americans 111 All-American Scholars or All-Academic SSC Regular Season Championships SSC Postseason Tournament Titles SSC Female Athletes of the Year SSC Male Athletes of the Year SSC Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year SSC Male Scholar-Athletes of the Year All-Sunshine State Conference honorees 44


Front row (l-r): Auburn Cherry (14), Holly Bennett (27), Sarah Mansager (4), Mandy Terbrueggen (5), Alex Hoover (8), Amy Wheat (7), Kayla Wilhide (32), Marissa Maries (19). Middle row (l-r): Asst. Coach Ricky Davis, Elise Fisher (20), Kara Moore (16), Morgan Sammons (11), Martina Tangen Billing (1), Erin Moseley (0), Lexie Bottomley (3), Hanna Jansson (6), Caitlyn Lopez (15), Head Coach Ben Strawbridge. Back row (l-r): Asst. Coach Jonathan Streets, Robin Loughry (21), Kirra Rainbow (2), Jackie Metz (17), Adi Alvarado (9), Emily Griffith (22), Brooke Williams (10), Emmalisa Zapfe (12), Alyssa Abrahamsen (24), Assistant coach Jason Streets. No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 24 27 32

2011 Florida Southern College Moccasins Women’s Soccer Roster

Name Erin Moseley Martina Tangen Billing Kirra Rainbow Lexie Bottomley Sarah Mansager Mandy Terbrueggen Hanna Jansson Amy Wheat Alex Hoover Adi Alvarado Brooke Williams Morgan Sammons Emmalisa Zapfe Auburn Cherry Caitlyn Lopez Kara Moore Jackie Metz Marissa Maries Elise Fisher Robin Loughry Emily Griffith Alyssa Abrahamsen Holly Bennett Kayla Wilhide

Pos. GK GK For. Def. Mid. Mid. Mid. Mid./Def. For./Mid. For./Mid. Def. Def./For. Mid. Def. Def. Mid. Def./Mid. Def./Mid. Mid./Def. Def. Mid. Mid. Mid. For.

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Class Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. R-Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr.

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H igh School/ Previous School The Paxon School Celsiusskolan Melbourne Central Catholic North Kingstown South River Bishop Kenny Rudbeckianska Gymnasiet Lecanto Palm Beach Central Frostproof/Polk State College Armwood/Florida Gulf Coast U. Newsome Cherry Hill West Mitchell East Lake St. Johns County Day School Vero Beach Steinbrenner Boca Raton Community Lakewood/Polk State College Archbishop Spalding Highland Lincoln Grafton

Ben Strawbridge – Head Coach Jason Streets, Jonathan Streets & Ricky Davis – Assistant Coaches Kevin McCarthy – Athletic Trainer


2011 Florida Southern Women’s Soccer Schedule Thurs. Sept. 1 at Florida Tech Melbourne 4:30 pm Sun. Sept. 4 Armstrong Atlantic State University Lakeland 10:00 am Fri. Sept. 9 Palm Beach Atlantic University Lakeland 7:30 pm Sun. Sept. 11 University of West Florida Lakeland 2:30 pm Wed. Sept. 14 *at Eckerd College St. Petersburg 7:00 pm Sun. Sept. 18 vs. University of North Alabama Carrollton, GA 1:00 pm Wed. Sept. 21 *at Nova Southeastern University Fort Lauderdale 6:00 pm Fri. Sept. 23 *Lynn University Lakeland 7:00 pm Wed. Sept. 28 *Florida Tech Lakeland 5:00 pm Sat. Oct. 1 *Barry University Lakeland 7:00 pm Wed. Oct. 5 Flagler College Lakeland 5:00 pm Sun. Oct. 9 at Pfeiffer University Misenheimer, NC 1:00 pm Fri. Oct. 14 *at University of Tampa Tampa 7:00 pm Wed. Oct. 19 *at Saint Leo University Saint Leo 7:00 pm Wed. Oct. 26 *Rollins College Lakeland 7:00 pm Tue. Nov. 1 SSC Tournament First Round TBA TBA Fri. Nov. 4 SSC Tournament Semi-Finals TBA TBA Sun. Nov. 6 SSC Tournament Championship Game TBA TBA st nd NCAA Division II South Region Tournament 1 and 2 Round Games, Nov. 11-13 (site TBA) NCAA Division II South Region Championship Game and NCAA Quarterfinals, Nov. 18-20 (site TBA) NCAA Division II National Semifinals and Championship Game, Dec. 1 and 3 (in Pensacola, FL)

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