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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 - THIS IS CONCORDIA COLLEGE CHICAGO SOCCER Table of Contents 2 Quick Facts 3 President Dr. Gard 4 History 4 Cougars Stadium 5 Atletic Department 6 Directions 9 Campus Map 9 Athletics Communication 9 2016 Schedule 10 2015 Stat Leaders 10 2016 Roster 11

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12 - MEET THE COUGARS E. Johnson | Benesch | Wagoner | Sanders Rainey | Schwab | Pojero | Killman Biga | Kruk | Anderson | Wozniak Hancock | Ellenwood | Stone | Lacost Weinhold | Scholtens | Walker | Kiotis Kreher | Albregts | Fuller Vasseur | Groen | Poor | A. Johnson Kroll | Krajnak

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18 - STAFF Head Coach Chris Brown Assistant Coach Michael Arango Athletic Trainer Amanda Miller

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22 - 2015 REVIEW Final Team Statistics 22 Results 23 NACC Final Team Statistics 23 NACC Results 23 NACC Final Individual Statistics 23 24 - RECORDS CUC Women’s Soccer History Team Records Individual Records All-Time Versus CUC Cosida’s Capital Onet Academic All-American Student Athletes NACC Scholar Athletes

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QUICK FACTS GENERAL

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach..................................................... Chris Brown (NIU 07, 11) Record at CUC ........................................................... (First Season) 7-11 NACC Record ............................................................... (First Season) 4-6 Overall Record Record .............................................. (One Season) 7-11 Assistant Coach...........................Michael Arango (Northeastern Illinois)

Location....................................................................River Forest, Illinois

Population .................................................................................. 11,210 Founded ............ 1864 (Formally Addison Lutheran Teachers Seminary)

Enrollment ................................................................................... 1,509

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Communications Graduate Assistant (WSOC Contact) ............CJ Selner Office Phone ................................................................. (708) 209-3314 Cell Phone .................................................................... (414) 305-3815 Email .......................................................... crf_selnercj@cuchicago.edu Sports Information Director .....................................................Jim Egan Office Phone ................................................................. (708) 209-3541 Website ...........................................................................cucougars.com Twitter ........................................................................ @cuchicagosports Mailing Address: ..................................... Concordia University Chicago ............................................................................... 7400 Augusta Street ............................................................................. River Forest, IL 60305

Colors ..........................................................................Maroon and Gold Conference.............................Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference President ..........................................................Rev. Dr. Daniel Lee Gard

Director of Athletics ............................................................... Pete Gnan

Compliance Director ........................................................ Janet Wolbert

Athletics Phone .............................................................. 708-209-3116

PROGRAM HISTORY Seasons of Soccer. ............................................................Entering 16th First Season of Soccer .................................................................... 2001

SOCIAL MEDIA

All time NACC Record (2001-Present) ........................................ 47-87-7

Website .................................. cucougars.com/index.aspx?path=wsoc& Twitter..................................................................................@CUCWSOC Facebook.....................................................Facebook.com/@CUCWSOC

NCAA Tournament Appearances ...........................................................0

NORTHERN ATHLETICS COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE

All- Time Record ....................................................................97-154-14 NACC Titles ............................................................................................0

Commissioner.....................................................................Steve Larson Media Relations................................................................... Josh Larson Email................................................................ jslarson@naccsports.org Office Phone.................................................................. (262) 993-8884 Office Fax....................................................................... (262) 349-9517 Twitter .............................................................................@NACC_sports Mailing Address.................................................................P.O. Box 1536 .................................................................. Waukesha, WI 53187-1536? Website............................................................................naccsports.org

TEAM INFORMATION 2015 Record ................................................................................ 7-11-0 2015 NACC Record ........................................................................ 4-6-0 2015 NACC Tournament Result ..................................................... None

Letterwinners returning ............................................................ 22 lost 6 Starters returning......................................................................lost 10/1

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Nickname ..................................................................................Cougars


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PRESIDENT OF CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO: DR. GARD

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The Rev. Dr. Daniel Lee Gard serves as the eleventh president of Concordia University Chicago since its founding in Addison, Illinois in 1864.

guidance to his parishioners.

During his time in the military, Gard notably served during the 9/11 Pentagon recovery operations in Washington, DC during Operation Iraqi Freedom and most recently at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In addition to his various military awards, Gard received the St. Martin of Tours Award in 2008 from the former LCMS Board for Mission Services, for his exceptionally meritorious service.

Gard previously served as Professor of Exegetical Theology and Dean of the Military Chaplaincy Programs at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, IN, where he had taught since 1989.

Nominated by U.S. President Barack Obama in 2013, Gard serves as Rear Admiral (Lower Half) and only months ago was nominated for and appointed to the position of Deputy Chief of Chaplains for Reserve Matters in the U.S. Navy. In these roles, Gard is responsible for overseeing military chaplain operations in Navy, Marine and Coast Guard Reserve units around the world.

Gard was awarded his B.A. in history from Carthage College, Kenosha, WI, and his Master of Divinity from Concordia Theological Seminary. He earned both his M.A. in Hebrew Bible and Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible/ Judaica with minors in New Testament and Liturgics from the University of Notre Dame.

Ordained by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) in 1984, Gard previously has served as pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Mishawaka, IN. He also has held several administrative positions at the Seminary including Dean of the Graduate School, and is an accomplished author and speaker. His experiences are broad and range from ministering to civilian and military personnel to teaching Hebrew to future LCMS pastors, and from comforting grieving families on 9/11 to providing spiritual

He and his wife Annette Kay Scheumann Gard have three children: Caleb, Rachel and Hannah, a current ConcordiaChicago junior.

The University celebrates 152 years and prominence in higher education, honoring a rich history as a Christian university of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. We move forward on this foundation with Rev. Dr. Gard’s leadership.

HISTORY

Concordia University Chicago traces its beginnings to 1864, when Addison Teachers Seminary was dedicated, and classes were begun in a three-story building in Addison, IL. Designed to educate men to become Lutheran schoolteachers, the seminary was chartered by Zion Lutheran Church in Addison (now in Bensenville, IL). Shortly after the turn of the previous century, the expanding seminary had outgrown its Addison campus, and on Oct. 12,

1913, a new facility named Concordia Teachers College in the University’s present River Forest location was dedicated before a crowd of more than 30,000 people. In 1938, Concordia became a coeducational institution and in 1957, Concordia’s first graduate program in education was established. By the early 1970s, the single-purpose institution expanded its mission of educating teachers and graduates for church professions by adding a liberal arts program. To reflect its broadened range of programs, the

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2016 WOMEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE institution’s name was changed from Concordia Teacher’s College to Concordia College in 1979. As more graduate programs and liberal arts majors continued to be added, the college changed its name in 1990 to Concordia University. In 2006, the University officially became known as Concordia University Chicago, reinforcing the University’s presence and programs in the greater Chicagoland area and providing recognition regionally, nationally and globally.

To date, more than 34,000 graduates form the long line of maroon and gold alumni. With deep roots in The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, vocation, faith and service remain the foundation of a Concordia University Chicago education today.

COUGAR STADIUM

Concordia Stadium was built in 2000 to accommodate the addition of Cougar women’s and men’s soccer teams, along with the Cougar football program. Field Turf was installed to replace the old natural grass surface, and new bleachers and a press box were constructed.

Concordia Stadium is the host for the annual Cougar Invitational, in which the CUC track and field team welcomes several of its local rivals for an exciting daylong competition. The stadium’s track is used by many local high schools during the spring. The annual Lutheran Sports Association Track & Field Championships in May is also a highly anticipated annual event.

The facility was officially dedicated on Sept. 1, 2001 as the Cougar football team hosted Trinity International University. Subsequent firsts for the Cougar soccer teams came on Sept. 4 for the women (University of St. Francis) and Sept. 5 for the men (Dominican University).

Outside soccer teams have also utilized the facility including the Chicago Red Stars’ professional women’s team. The Illinois High School Association has hosted playoff games on the CUC turf.

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True to its heritage, Concordia-Chicago continues to be a leader in educating teachers both for the Church and for the world. Concordia-Chicago is among those private colleges in Illinois which graduate the largest number of educators annually. The College of Business, established in 2007, currently offers an array of MBA programs and concentrations, both online and in classrooms, as well as unique programs for undergraduate business students. Through the College of Graduate and Innovative Programs, established in 2006, graduate students choose from more than 64 program offerings at the master’s and doctoral levels; and adult degree completion learners benefit from various accelerated degree offerings. For the past

six consecutive years, combined graduate and undergraduate enrollment has exceeded 5,000 students with expansion internationally throughout the world via the Center for Global Outreach. Since 2006, Concordia University Chicago has been named to the President’s Honor Roll for Service in recognition of extraordinary service and volunteerism by its students, faculty and staff. In addition, CUC is again named as a College of Distinction and a Christian College of Distinction in recognition of outstanding student engagement, teaching and academic excellence in undergraduate education. In addition, six CUC faculty members have been named Fulbright Scholars and taken part in the related international exchange. In 2014, eleven College of Education students were named as Golden Apple scholars, joining eight past winners. Thirteen alumni have also received Golden Apple Teacher Awards for their exemplary work in the classroom.


CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO - COUGARS regular season LMC championships in 1999 and 2004, and he was named the LMC Coach of the Year in both of those seasons. Gnan attended Concordia College in Seward, Nebraska from 197983 but earned his B.S. in physical education from Minnesota State University in 1987 and his Master’s degree in educational administration from Concordia Wisconsin in 1994. He and his wife Michele have three children; Nicholas, Courtney and Chelsea.

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF PETE

Gnan Director of Athletics

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Phone: (708) 209-3192 Email: Pete.Gnan@CUChicago.edu

JANET

Wolbert Assistant Director of Athletics, Senior Woman Administrator, Director of Compliance

Pete Gnan is in his tenth year as Director of Athletics at Concordia University Chicago. Gnan’s list of accomplishments during his tenure at Concordia is impressive. Heading the list is the increase in the number of student-athletes, from 220 in the 2006-07 athletics year to over 400 in recent years. The increased numbers have led directly to some of Concordia’s teams having banner years, including the baseball team making four regional appearance since 2009 while seeing three players selected in the Major League drafts of 2009 and 2011, and the football team smashing several records while recording a perfect 10-0 regular season in 2012 and hosting a first-round NCAA Division III playoff game. The women’s soccer program established season records for wins and goals scored in 2014, and the women’s basketball team recorded a 16-win season in 2014-15, third-highest in the program’s history. Other hallmarks of Gnan’s administration have included the hiring of additional full-time coaches, planning for improvements in athletic facilities and the launching of a new athletics website. Gnan stated upon his arrival at Concordia that “we want our athletes and our teams through their play to help raise the profile of the university but, more importantly, we want to bring in the type of student-athletes that reflect Concordia’s mission in all aspects of their lives, not just athletics. We want to do things in a first-class manner and represent Christ at all times.” Those aspects have been apparent through Cougar athletes’ participation in numerous campus and community service projects and a renewed focus on academic success – the latter no better demonstrated than 659 student-athletes named as Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Scholar-Athletes since the award’s inception in 2007. “I believe that, between the backing of the university’s administration and the great efforts of our coaches and athletics staff, we have made tremendous strides in recent years,” states Gnan. “I hope that the Lord will continue to bless our efforts as we look ahead to greater things.” Gnan (pronounced juh-NAN) came to Concordia from Oklahoma City where he served in 2005-06 as the executive director and head administrator in the start-up of Redeemer Lutheran Junior/ Senior High School. Prior to that, Gnan spent 15 years at sister school Concordia University in Mequon,Wisconsin where he worked in admissions for 10 years before taking over as the Director of Admissions from 2001-05. Gnan also coached the men’s basketball team at Mequon from 1996 to 2005, taking the Falcons from seven wins in his first season to a Lake Michigan Conference Tournament championship and an NCAA III tournament appearance in 2000. Gnan coached the team to two

Phone: (708) 209-3559 Email: Janet.Wolbert@CUChicago.edu

Concordia University Chicago Athletics Department is pleased to welcome back alumna Janet Wolbert ’96 as she becomes the Assistant Director of Athletics, beginning August 3. “I am excited about taking on this new challenge,” said Wolbert. “Working in athletics administration at the college level has intrigued me for a while, but it never entered my mind that I would be able to pursue it at my alma mater! I am thankful to the administration at Concordia-Chicago for giving me this opportunity.” Wolbert, a native of West Bend, WI but resident of Orlando, FL for much of her life, lettered in basketball for four years, appearing in 98 games between 1992-96. The best performances of her career came in January 1994 as she scored 19 points in a win over Illinois Institute of Technology, and recorded an 18-point, 14-rebound game against Illinois Benedictine College (now Benedictine University). Upon graduation, Wolbert began her professional career as an athletic director, basketball and volleyball coach, and teacher at Bethany Lutheran School in Houston, TX. In 1998, she returned home to Orlando, coaching basketball and teaching math at Oak Ridge High School. While at Oak Ridge, she was named Teacher of the Year in 2003-04, an honor for which she was both nominated and voted upon by her peers. Wolbert returned to subsequent positions in athletics administration as an assistant AD at Freedom High School in Orlando (2004-10) and Ocoee High School in Ocoee, FL (2010-12), and most recently as Athletic and Activities Director at University High School in Orlando. While at all three institutions, Wolbert maintained a math teaching role, and the combination of the two worlds was a perfect fit for her, or a “comfort thing” as Wolbert referred to it. “My whole professional life has revolved around math and athletics. Both areas have been about building relationships, whether with students or athletes. Starting with when I attended Concordia, the entire Division III environment has been a perfect theme for me. Now that I’m returning to CUC where the Christian faith is also a primary focus, it really represents the best of three worlds for me.” Wolbert’s duties at CUC will include Senior Woman Administrator, Director of Compliance, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and working with volleyball, cross-country, track & field and softball. Wolbert earned her BA in education/mathematics with a minor in exercise science in 1996. She earned her MBA in 2008 from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL.

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TINA

TERRI

Hynes

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Assistant Director of Athletics

Head Athletic Trainer

Phone: (708) 209-3116 Email: Tina.Hynes@CUChicago.edu

Phone: (708) 209-3120 Email: Terri.Woods@CUChicago.edu

Hynes came to CUC in 2003 as the athletic department’s administrative assistant after serving in a similar capacitry for 10 years at Lakeland College in Sheboygan. In her new position, Hynes continues to oversee operations of the department including budgeting, contracting and scheduling matters. Hynes is also responsible for facilities operations and event management. A native of Wausau, Wisconsin, she attended Newman Catholic High School and Concordia University Wisconsin. She earned her B.A. in paralegal studies from CUW and lettered four years in tennis. Hynes and her husband Jeff, Concordia’s Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students, live in Melrose Park with their three children - Madison, 21; Cooper, 17; and Kendall, 10.

SUE

Walsh Faculty Athletics Representative Phone: (708) 209-3533 Email: Sue.Walsh@CUChicago.edu

Sue Walsh has served as the Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) for Concordia-Chicago student-athletes since 2006. Walsh represents Concordia-Chicago in conference matters concerning eligibility and academic standards.

“I am pleased to assist our student-athletes through my position as FAR,” says Walsh. “My door is always open when it comes to helping them resolve any academic or athletic issues they may have.” Walsh came to Concordia in 2002 as an assistant professor of human performance where she has taught courses in anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, fitness and wellness, coaching, first aid and CPR.

Walsh earned her B.S. in psychology from Northeastern Illinois University and her M.S. in kinesiology and sports injury management from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to Concordia, Walsh coached softball and basketball at Notre Dame High School for Girls in Chicago, and softball at Huntington College in Indiana. She has also served as an educational program director and assistant athletic trainer at Olivet Nazarene University.

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Terri Woods, Head Athletic Trainer for Concordia University Chicago since 1984, earned her Bachelor of Science in education in 1982 from Central Missouri State University and her Master of Science degree in 1983 from Illinois State University. Upon coming to Concordia, she designed and established the University’s athletic training facilities. As an Assistant Professor, she taught courses in athletic training, standard first aid and fitness evaluation for the Human Performance Department for 16 years. Woods became the first full-time certified athletic trainer in Concordia’s history in 1999 and was inducted into the Cougar Sports Hall of Fame in 2003. Woods’ expertise in athletic training has extended to 1987 visits to the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and as a PAXI Volunteer Host Athletic Trainer for the 10th Pan-American Games in Indianapolis. Woods became a certified athletic trainer through NATABOC in 1984. She is licensed as an athletic trainer and basic emergency medical technician in the state of Illinois. Woods is a certified American Heart Association instructor. She is a member of the National, Great Lakes and Illinois Athletic Trainers’ Associations. Woods resides in Forest Park.

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Tina Hynes is the Assistant Director of Athletics and is responsible for athletics operations.


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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF...CONT.

DR. ARAVIND

Athiviraham

DR. SHERWIN

Team Physician

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Head Team Physician Head team physician at Concordia University Chicago since 1991, Dr. Sherwin Ho received his Bachelor of Arts in zoology in 1980 from the University of Hawaii, going on to receive his M.D. from the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine. He pursued orthopaedic surgery by completing a surgery internship and research residency at the University of Cincinnati as well as an orthopaedic residency at the University of Hawaii. Upon completing a sports medicine fellowship in 1992 at the University of Chicago, Dr. Ho became a faculty member and an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the section of Orthopaedic and Rehabilitative Medicine. He currently serves as Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery at the University of Chicago. Dr. Ho has given several presentations on orthopaedics, both nationally and internationally, and has done extensive research in the areas of sports medicine and rehabilitation. He observes Concordia football games from the sidelines and is accessible for other athletic events. During the academic school year, Dr. Ho also follows up with student-athletes at our Concordia injury clinic. We are truly blessed to have a team physician who contributes in so many ways to the Cougar community.

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A specialist in orthopaedic sports medicine, Aravind Athiviraham, MD cares for patients with athletic and overuse injuries of the knee and shoulder. He is skilled in minimally invasive and arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle. In addition, he has received advanced training in reconstructive procedures of the knee and shoulder. Dr. Athiviraham is a graduate of McGill University Faculty of Medicine in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Queen’s University Faculty of Medicine in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He subsequently completedf a fellowship in orthopaedic sports medicine at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH and a fellowship in Knee and Shoulder surgery at Insall Scott Kelly Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in New York, NY. Dr. Athiviraham is ABOS board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. An active contributor to medical literature, Dr. Athiviraham has presented and published numerous scientific articles and book chapters on ligament injuries and cartilage restorative procedures of the knee and shoulder. He has served as faculty at arthroscopic shoulder and knee courses organized by the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He is also a reviewer for the American Journal of Sports Medicine and member of the Editorial Board for the Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery. He is currentrly a member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Education Committee. In addition, he has served as a team physician for several professional and college sports teams. Dr. Athiviraham is dedicated to the care of his patients and stays up-to-date on the latest techniques in sports medicine. He enjoys getting to know his patients and working with them to choose the best treatment option by fostering a combined patient-physician decision-making approach.


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DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS

CAMPUS MAP

From the South

Take I-294 North to I-290 East (right past tollway). Take I-290 East to Harlem Avenue (Exit 21B). NOTE: This exit is on the LEFT side of the expressway. Turn left (north) on Harlem Avenue (2 miles) to Augusta. Turn left (west) on Augusta. Turn right (north) on Bonnie Brae to the parking garage on the left side of the street.

From the West

Take I-88 to I-290 East. Take I-290 East to Harlem Avenue (Exit 21B). NOTE: This exit is on the LEFT side of the expressway. Turn left (north) on Harlem Avenue (2 miles) to Augusta. Turn left (west) on Augusta. Turn right (north) on Bonnie Brae to the parking garage on the left side of the street.

From Downtown Chicago

Take I-290 West to Harlem Avenue (Exit 21B) NOTE: This exit is on the LEFT side of the expressway. Turn right (north) on Harlem Avenue to Augusta. Turn left (west) on Augusta.Turn right (north) on Bonnie Brae to the parking garage on the left side of the street.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Giiseman Gymnasium • River Forest, IL 60305

CONTACT INFO

Athletics Communication Office Phone: Athletics Web Site: Northern Athletics Conference Office Phone: NAAC Web Site:

From O’Hare Airport

JAMES

Take the I-190 East ramp towards Chicago Loop. Exit on South River Road, exit number 1B. Take River Road (stay in left lane) for approximately 5 miles to 1st Avenue. Turn right onto 1st Avenue. Take 1st Avenue to North Avenue. Turn left on North Avenue. Take North Avenue to Harlem. Turn right on Harlem. Take Harlem Avenue to Augusta. Turn right on Augusta. Turn right on Bonnie Brae to the parking garage on the left side of the street.

egan Sports Information Director Office #: 708-209-3541 Email: James.Egan@CUChicago.edu

GARRETT

Gajewski Graduate Assistant for Sports Information Office #: (708) 209-3313 Email: crf_gajewsg@cuchicago.edu

From Midway Airport

Turn left onto Cicero Avenue. Take Cicero to Flournoy Street. Turn left on Flournoy Street and then make a SLIGHT left to I-290 West. Take I-290 West to Harlem Avenue (Exit 21B) NOTE: This exit is on the LEFT side of the expressway. Turn right on Harlem Avenue to Augusta. Turn left on Augusta. Turn right on Bonnie Brae to the parking garage on the left side of the street.

(708) 209-3314 cucougars.com (262)993.8884 www.naccsports.org

CJ

selner Graduate Assistant for Sports Information Office #: (708) 209-3314 Email: crf_selnercj@cuchicago.edu

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From the North Take I-294 South to I-290 East. Exit on Harlem Avenue (Exit 21B) NOTE: This exit is on the LEFT side of the expressway. Turn left (north) on Harlem Avenue (2 miles) to Augusta. Turn left (west) on Augusta. Turn right (north) on Bonnie Brae to the parking garage on the left side of the street.


CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO - COUGARS HOME GAME AWAY GAME

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2016 SCHEDULE | STAT LEADERS 08.20.16

5:30 PM

VS. BELOIT COLLEGE (Exhibition)

08.27.16

7:00 PM

@ University Of Wisconsin-Whitewater (Exhibition)

09.01.16

5:00 PM

VS. ILLINOIS COLLEGE

09.03.16

2:00 PM

VS. SIMPSON COLLEGE - ROCKFORD, IL - SPORTS CORE II

09.07.16

4:00 PM

VS. NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE

09.10.16

3:30 PM

VS. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT

09.11.16

4:00 PM

@ Ripon College - Ripon, WI

09.13.16

4:00 PM

@ Maranatha Baptist University - Watertown, WI

09.18.16 1:00 PM

VS. MARIAN UNIVERSITY - NACC

(ALUMNI WEEKEND)

09.21.16 3:00 PM

VS. BENEDICTINE UNIVERSITY - NACC

09.28.16

4:00 PM

@ Dominican University - NACC

10.01.16

3:00 PM

@ Edgewood College - Madison, WI - NACC

10.05.16

3:00 PM

VS. WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE - NACC

(PINK OUT GAME)

10.06.16

7:00 PM

@ Illinois Institute Of Technology - Chicago, IL

10.08.16

1:00 PM

@ Lakeland University - Plymouth, Wi - NACC

10.12.16

7:00 PM

@ Illinois Wesleyan University - Bloomington, IL

10.16.16 2:30 PM

VS. ALVERNO COLLEGE (SENIOR NIGHT) - NACC

10.19.16

@ Aurora University - Aurora, IL - NACC

2:00 PM

10.20.16 3:00 PM

VS. GRINNELL COLLEGE

10.22.16

@ Concordia University (Wis.) - Mequon, WI - NACC

1:00 PM

10.26.16 2:30 PM

VS. MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING - NACC

NORTHERN ATHLETICS COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 10.29.16

TBA

NACC Quarterfinal

11.01.16

TBA

NACC Semifinal

11.05.16

TBA

NACC Final *** ALL GAMES TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE***

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2015 STAT LEADERS Goals Elizabeth Sanders...................................... 7 Natalie Weinhold...................................... 4 Sydney Fuller............................................. 4 Alisha Johnson.......................................... 2 Allison Kruk............................................... 2 Alexandra Daigle....................................... 2 Shawna Rembold...................................... 1 Gabby Garza.............................................. 1 Stephanie Brown....................................... 1 Kahla Walker............................................. 1 Assists Alisha Johnson.......................................... 6 Sarah Lacost............................................... 3 Elizabeth Sanders...................................... 2 Natalie Weinhold...................................... 2 Gabby Garza.............................................. 1 Christina Behlman..................................... 1 Nikki Anderson.......................................... 1 Alexandra Daigle....................................... 1 Kahla Walker............................................. 1 Sydney Fuller............................................. 1 Points Elizabeth Sanders....................................16 Natalie Weinhold....................................10 Alisha Johnson........................................10 Sydney Fuller............................................. 9 Alexandra Daigle....................................... 5 Allison Kruk............................................... 4 Gabby Garza.............................................. 3 Sarah Lacost............................................... 3 Kahla Walker............................................. 3 Shawna Rembold...................................... 2 Stephanie Brown....................................... 2 Christina Behlman..................................... 1 Nikki Anderson.......................................... 1 Shots Elizabeth Sanders....................................36 Natalie Weinhold....................................26 Alisha Johnson........................................25 Allison Kurk.............................................18 Sarah Lacost.............................................16 Kahla Walker...........................................16 Shots on Goal Elizabeth Sanders....................................19 Natalie Weinhold....................................13 Allison Kruk.............................................13 Sarah Lacost….....................................…10 Alisha Johnson........................................10 Saves Ally Krajnak .............................................44 Maddie Kroll............................................22


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Emily Johnson F Caycee Benesch D Gabriella Wagoner F/D Elizabeth Sanders M Sydney Rainey M/F Kelsey Schwab D Krista Pojero D Maci Killman M Katie Biga F/M Allison Kruk F Nikki Anderson M Samantha Wozniak M Abby Hancock M Sharice Ellenwood D/M Emma Stone D/M Sarah LaCost F Natalie Weinhold M/F Kara Scholtens D Kahla Walker M/F Christina Kiotis D Kayla Kreher M Megan Albregts D Sydney Fuller M Meghan Vasseur F/M Brittany Groen F/M Sara Browne D Sierra Poor M Alisha Johnson M/F Madeline Kroll GK Allyson Krajnak GK

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POS. HT. YR. 5-3 5-4 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-5 5-2 5-5 5-2 5-6 5-1 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-3 5-8 5-2 5-3 5-5 5-8 5-9 5-5 5-6 5-2 5-2 5-9 5-5 5-10

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

NAME POS. HT. YR. HOMETOWN HIGH SCHOOL Megan Albregts D 5-8 Sr. Romney, IN McCutcheon Nikki Anderson M 5-1 Sr. Montgomery, IL Oswego Caycee Benesch D 5-4 Jr. Hanover Park, IL Schaumburg Katie Biga F/M 5-2 Jr. Dayton, OH Centerville Sara Browne D 5-2 Fr. Tinley Park, IL. Andrew Sharice Ellenwood D/M 5-4 Sr. Streamwood, IL Streamwood Sydney Fuller M 5-9 So. Bristol, IN Northridge Brittany Groen F/M 5-6 Fr. Saint John, IN Illiana Christian Abby Hancock M 5-3 Fr. Mattawan, Mich. Mattawan Alisha Johnson M/F 5-9 Sr. Coal City, IL Coal City Emily Johnson F 5-3 Fr. Flint, MI. Carman-Ainsworth Maci Killman M 5-5 So. Sapulpa, Okla. Sapulpa Christina Kiotis D 5-3 Sr. Park Ridge, IL Maine South Allyson Krajnak GK 5-10 Jr. Griffith, IN Griffith Kayla Kreher M 5-5 So. Rotonda West, Fla. Lemon Bay Madeline Kroll GK 5-5 So. Geneva Ill. Geneva Allison Kruk F 5-6 Jr. Elgin, IL St. Edward Central Catholic Sarah LaCost F 5-8 Jr. Mount Prospect, IL Prospect Krista Pojero D 5-2 So. Neptune, N.J Neptune Sierra Poor M 5-2 Fr. Urbana, IL. Urbana Sydney Rainey M/F 5-4 Fr. Lafayette, IN. Harrison Elizabeth Sanders M 5-8 Sr. St. Louis, MO Parkway South Kara Scholtens D 5-8 So. Tinley Park, Ill. Victor S. Andrew Kelsey Schwab D 5-5 Sr. Grayslake, IL Warren Township Emma Stone D/M 5-4 So. St.Louis, Mo. Fort Zumwalt South Meghan Vasseur F/M 5-5 Fr. Spring Grove, IL. Richmond-Burton Gabriella Wagoner F/D 5-6 Fr. Sycamore, IL. Rosary Kahla Walker M/F 5-2 So. Peoria, Ill. Peoria Notre Dame Natalie Weinhold M/F 5-3 Sr. St. Peters, MO Lutheran St. Charles Samantha Wozniak M 5-3 Fr. Villa Park, IL. Willowbrook

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GABRIELLA

Wagoner

EMILY

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Johnson Position: Forward Year: Freshman | Height: 5-3 Hometown: Flint, MI High School: Carman-Ainsworth Club: Michigain Jaguars FC Major: Business

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HIGH SCHOOL: National Honor Society Member... Varsity leter freshman year.. Michigan Jaguar’s leading scorer for two years... PERSONAL: Daughter of Marianne and Jeff Johnson... Double major in business...

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters... Won regional championship in 2013 and 2014... Coaches award in 2014... Honorable mention Daily Herald all-area team 2014... Scholar athlete in 2015... IHSSCA honorable mention all-sectional team 2016... GCAC all-conference team 2016... PERSONAL: Daughter of Jack and Lydia Wagoner... Has two younger sibilings, one brother and one sister... Majoring in Biology...

CAYCEE

ELIZABETH

Benesch

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Sanders

Position: Defense Year: Junior | Height: 5-4 Hometown: Hanover Park, IL High School: Schaumburg Club: Club United & Revolution FC Major: Exercise Science

AS A SOPHMORE (2015): Appeared in 14 games for the Cougars while starting in three. She recorded a carrer high two shots on Sept. 9 against Beloit. AS A FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in 16 games for the Cougars while starting in two. Her first career start came on Oct.1 against Mount Mary. HIGH SCHOOL: Three years on varsity soccer...Two year captain of club team... Four year honor roll student... Academic letter winner... Dual Language honor society. PERSONAL: Daughter to Tom and Mary Benesch... One older brother and two younger sisters... Ultimately would like to become a neurological physical therapist or orthopedic surgeon. Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2014 16-2 485 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2015 14-3 394 0 0 0 5 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 30-5 879 0 0 0 5 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 2, at Beloit College, 09/09/15

Position: Forward/Defense Year: Freshman | Height: 5-6 Hometown: Sycamore, IL High School: Rosary Club: Team Chicago Major: Biology

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Position: Midfield Year: Senior | Height: 5-8 Hometown: St. Louis, MO High School: Parkway South Club: Ajax Elite FC Major: Political Science

JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 14 games for the Cougars while starting in three. She recorded a carrer high two shots on Sept. 9 against Beloit. SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared and started in 18 matches... Netted 17 total points including 7 goals and 3 assists. FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 19 matches while starting in 16... Netted 10 total points including 4 goals and 2 assists... First career goal Aug. 30 against Earlham... First career start Sept. 8 against Ripon... HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters... MVP in 2012... Best offensive player award in 2012 and 2013... Four year athlete academic honor recipient... National honor society member in 2012-2013... Member of the debate team in 2012... PERSONAL: Daughter of Todd and Kelli Sanders... Has four siblings one twin sister and three younger brothers... Majoring in political science... Season 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL

MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% 19-16 1442 4 2 10 35 .114 13 .371 18-18 1339 7 3 17 50 .140 21 .420 18-16 1061 7 2 16 36 .194 19 .528 55-50 3842 18 7 43 121 .149 53 .438

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 6, at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/07/15 Goals: 3, at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/07/15 Assists: 1, 7 times Shots: 7, vs Crown College, 08/29/14; at Alverno College, 09/30/14

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KRISTA

Rainey

Pojero

Position: Midfield/Foward Year: Freshman | Height: 5-4 Hometown: Lafayette, IN High School: Harrison Club: West Side United Major: Exploratory Studies

Position: Defense Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-2 Hometown: Neptune, NJ High School: Neptune Club: NJ Wildcats Major: Elementary Education

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four year varsity letter winner... Earned all-conference in 2012, 2014 and 2015... All-district in 2014 and 2015... All-area in 2013,2014 and 2015... Indiana Elite All Star 2014 and 2015... MVP in 2015... Sectional Champion in 2014 and 2015... PERSONAL: Daughter of Jeromy and Lorrie Rainey... One younger sister... Major undecided...

FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared and started in 17 matches... Named to the NACC AllFreshman team... HIGH SCHOOL: Four varsity letters... Two time captain... Recieved sportmanship and most valuable senior awards... PERSONAL: One older sister... Majoring in Elementary Education...

KELSEY

Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2015 17-17 1345 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 TOTAL 17-17 1345 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0

Schwab

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 1, Maranatha Baptist, 09/12/15

Position: Defense Year: Senior | Height: 5-5 Hometown: Grayslake, IL High School: Warren Township Club: Grayslake Galaxy & Lindenhurst Comets Major: Undecided

MACI

Killman

JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 4 matches... SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 11 matches... FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 10 matches... Netted 2 total points including one goal... First career goal Oct. 8 against Robert Morris... HIGH SCHOOL: MVP junior year... 2 varsity letters... PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Dawn Schwab... One sister and two brothers... Majoring in Psychology... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2013 10-0 212 1 0 2 2 .500 2 1.000 0 0-0 2014 11-0 213 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2015 4-0 67 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 25-0 279 1 0 2 2 .500 2 1.000 0 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13 Goals: 1, at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13 Shots: 2, at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13

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Position: Midfield Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-5 Hometown: Sapulpa, OK High School: Sapulpa Club: Tulsa Soccer Club Hurricane Major: Business Management

FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in 11 matches... First career shot on Oct.17 against Alverno... HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman... Captain senior year... All-State for East side of Oklahoma 2015... National Honor Society member... NHS vice president senior year...Two-year academic letterman... Inducted into Sapula Hall of Fame in 2015... PERSONAL: Daughter of Curtis and Linda Killman... One older sister Briana... Majoring in Marketing... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2015 11-0 244 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 11-0 244 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 1, at Alverno College, 10/17/15

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NIKKI

Anderson

KATIE

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Biga

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Position: Forward / Midfield Year: Junior | Height: 5-2 Hometown: Dayton, OH High School: Centerville Club: Ohio Galaxies F.C. & CUSA Major: Pre-Occupational Therapy

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SOPHOMORE (2015): Appeared in 17 matches while starting in 2... FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in 18 matches while starting in 1... Netted 4 total points on the season including one goal and two assists... First career goal on Sept. 3 against Beloit... First career start Oct. 12 against Lakeland... HIGH SCHOOL: Varsity letter 2014... Most “Explosive” player 2014... District runnerup 2014... Best buddies participant 2012-2014... PERSONAL: Daughter of Larry Biga and Susan Krapfel... Two older brothers... Majoring in Pre-Occupational Therapy... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2014 18-1 465 1 2 4 13 .077 8 .615 0 0-0 2015 17-2 637 0 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 TOTAL 35-3 1102 1 2 4 19 .053 11 .615 0 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 3, Beloit College, 09/03/14 Goals: 1, Beloit College, 09/03/14 Assists: 1, Beloit College, 09/03/14; Alverno College, 09/30/14 Shots: 4, at Alverno College, 10/17/15; Lakeland College, 10/12/14

SAMANTHA

Position: Forward Year: Junior | Height: 5-6 Hometown: Elgin, IL High School: St. Edward Central Catholic Major: Sports Management

Wozniak

MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18-13 909 10 2 22 33 .303 21 .636 4 0-0 17-10 673 2 0 4 18 .111 13 .722 1 0-0 35-23 1582 12 2 26 51 .235 34 .667 5 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 6, at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/18/14 Goals: 1, at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/18/14 Assists: 1, MacMurray College, 09/07/14; Lakeland College, 10/12/14 Shots: 3, at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/18/14

Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2013 9-1 242 0 1 1 4 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 2014 17-14 679 3 5 11 14 .214 7 .500 1 0-0 2015 17-9 849 0 1 1 14 .000 5 .357 0 0-0 TOTAL 43-24 1770 3 7 13 32 .094 13 .406 1 0-0

Points: 3, at Maranatha Baptist, 10/09/14 Goals: 1, Beloit College, 09/03/14; Mtount Mary, 10/01/14; at Maranatha Baptist, 10/09/14 Assists: 2, at Blackburn College, 08/30/14 Shots: 3, MacMurray College, 09/13/15

Kruk

Season 2014 2015 TOTAL

JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 17 matches while starting in 9... Had 1 assist on the season... SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 17 matches while starting in 14... Netted 11 total points on the season... First career goal on Sept. 3 against belot...Career high three points on Oct. 9 against Maranatha Baptist... FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 9 matches while starting in 1... First career start Aug.30 against Earlham... HIGH SCHOOL: All-Conference, all-sectional honorable mention and athletic scholar award in 2013... PERSONAL: Daughter of Kathy Smith, Carl Anderson... Two brothers and two sisters... Majoring in exercise science...

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

ALLISON

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Position: Midfield Year: Senior | Height: 5-1 Hometown: Montgomery, IL High School: Oswego Club: Midwest United Major: Exercise Science

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Position: Midfield Year: Freshman | Height: 5-3 Hometown: Villa Park, IL High School: Willowbrook Club: Lombard Firebirds SC Major: Elementary Education

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters... Earned Coach’s Award in 2015... Earned all-conference in 2015 and 2016... Academic all-conference in 2016... All-sectional honorable mention in 2015... All-sectional in 2016... MVP in 2016... 2016 most outstanding female athlete for Willowbrook High School... PERSONAL: Daughter of Bob and Jacqui Wozniak... Has one brother and one sister... Majoring in Elementary Education...

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2016 WOMEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE districts during senior year... 4 year honor roll student... PERSONAL: Daughter of Hal and Kelly Stone... Has an older sister Olivia, older brother Hal, and two younger sisters, Anna and Ella... Majoring in biology...

ABBY

Hancock

Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2015 17-13 1020 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 TOTAL 17-13 1020 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

Shots: 1, MacMurray College, 09/13/15; Edgewood College, 10/03/15; Ripon College, 10/14/15

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters... Attended Mattawan High School... PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Laurie Hancock... One older sister... Majoring in Hospital Administration...

SARAH

LaCost

SHARICE

Ellenwood

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Position: Defense / Midfield Year: Senior | Height: 5-4 Hometown: Streamwood, IL High School: Streamwood Club: Hawthorn Woods Major: Psychology

SOPHOMORE (2015): Appeared in nine matches... Took career high 10 shots on Oct.1 against Mount Mary... FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in 18 matches while starting 17... First career start Aug.30 against Earlham College... First career point Oct.7 against Maranatha Baptist... HIGH SCHOOL: Four year letterwinner... One time All-Conference and Honorable mention All-Area selection... PERSONAL: Daughter of Rudolph Trice and Terri Ellenwood... One sister... Majoring in Pyschology...

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Position: Forward Year: Junior | Height: 5-8 Hometown: Mount Prospect, IL High School: Prospect Club: Chicago Fire Juniors Major: Natural Science

SOPHOMORE (2015): Appeared in 13 matches while starting in five... Netted three points on the season... Played a season high 76 minutes on Oct.7 against Wisconsin Lutheran... FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in 18 matches while starting in five... Scored eight goals and had three assists... First career start on Aug.29 against Crown College...First and second career goals on Sept.3 against Beloit... First career hat-trick with three assists on Sept.7 agaisnt MacMurray... HIGH SCHOOL: Three varsity letters... First place Moline Invitational 2014... First place Knight’s Invite... Honor roll all eight semesters... All-Academic senior athlete 2014... Vice President of FCCLA... Two time national FCCLA gold medal winner (2013,2014)... National Technical Honor Society 2014... PERSONAL: Daughter of Greg and Kristy LaCost... Two sisters and a brother... Younger sister is playing soccer for Beloit College... Majoring in Natural Science...

EMMA

Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2014 18-5 676 8 3 19 37 .216 24 .649 1 0-0 2015 13-5 489 0 3 3 16 .000 10 .625 0 0-0 TOTAL 31-10 1165 8 6 22 53 .151 34 .642 1 0-0

Stone

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

Points: 6, MacMurray College, 09/07/14 Goals: 3, MacMurray College, 09/07/14 Assists: 1, 6 times Shots: 9, Mount Mary, 10/01/14

Position: Defense / Midfield Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-4 Hometown: St.Louis, MO High School: Fort Zumwalt South Club: Lou Fusz Soccer Club Major: Biology

FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in 17 matches while starting in 13... First career start came on Sept. 1. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned 3 varsity letters... won conference all three years... won

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Position: Midfield Year: Freshman | Height: 5-3 Hometown: Mattawan, MI High School: Mattawan Club: Kalamazoo Kingdom Major: Sports Management


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KAHLA

Walker

NATALIE

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Weinhold Position: Midfield / Forward Year: Senior | Height: 5-3 Hometown: St. Peters, MO High School: Lutheran St. Charles Club: Lou Fusz Major: Early Childhood Education

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JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 18 matches while starting in 14...Honorable mention All-NACC... Netted 10 total points on the season... Scored the game winning goal three separate times... SOPHOMORE (2014): Started in 17 matches... Honorable mention All-NACC... Played over 1000 minutes... Scored 8 goals and had 8 assists... Second on the team in points with 24... FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 19 matches while starting in 16... Second-team AllNACC selection... NACC All-freshman team selection... First career start on Aug.30 against Earlham... First career assist Aug. 31 against Anderson... First career goal and multi-goal game Sept. 8 against Ripon... HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-conference four years... First team all-state... Team MVP all four years... District and sectional champion... PERSONAL: Daughter of Richard and Julie Weinhold... Two brothers and one sister... Majoring in early childhood education... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL

19-16 1351 8 17-17 1068 8 18-14 882 4 54-47 3301 20

8 8 2 18

24 24 10 58

45 36 26 107

.178 .222 .154 .187

26 .578 18 .500 13 .500 57 .533

3 3 3 9

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in 17 matches while starting in six... Netted one goal and one assist... First career start on Sept.1 against North Park... First career goal on Oct.10 against Lakeland... First career assist Oct.17 against Alverno... Season high four shots on Oct.10 against Lakeland... HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters for soccer... Four-time Big 12 Conference champion... Four-time regional champion... Two-time sectional champion... Second team All-Conference 2012...All-Sectional honorable mention 2012...Wendy’s High School Heisman State finalist 2014...Third place IHSA State Tournament 2015...National Honor Society member... PERSONAL: Daughter of Ji and Meredith Walker... Older brother Dakota... Majoring in Nursing... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2015 17-6 578 1 1 3 16 .062 6 .375 1 0-0 TOTAL 17-6 578 1 1 3 16 .062 6 .375 1 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, Lakeland College, 10/10/15 Goals: 1, Lakeland College, 10/17/15 Assists: 1, at Alverno College, 10/17/15 Shots: 4, Lakeland College, 10/10/15

CHRISTINA

Kiotis

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 6, at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13 Goals: 2, 4 times Assists: 2, 4 times Shots: 6, vs Blackburn College, 08/30/14; at Anderson University, 08/31/13; Marian University, 10/13/13

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KARA

Scholtens

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Position: Midfield / Forward Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-2 Hometown: Peoria, IL High School: Peoria Notre Dame Club: John Gaspar Soccer Academy Major: Nursing

Position: Defense Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-8 Hometown: Tinley Park, IL High School: Victor S. Andrew Club: United Soccer Academy Major: Special Education

HIGH SCHOOL: 2012 freshman defensive player of the year... 2013 JV conference champions... 2013 JV defensive player of the year... 2013 varsity regional winner... PERSONAL: Daughter of Randy and June Scholtens... Two older brothers... Majoring in Special Education...

Position: Defense Year: Senior | Height: 5-3 Hometown: Park Ridge, IL High School: Maine South Club: Elite S.C. Major: Special Education

JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 16 matches while starting in 15... Second-team AllNACC... SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 17 matches while starting in 16... Netted one point including an assist... First career point Oct. 1 against Mount Mary... FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 19 matches while starting in 18.. HIGH SCHOOL: Three varsity letters... All-conference 2012 and 2013... MVP 2013... Captain 2011-2013... PERSONAL: Daughter of Miranda Kiotis... One younger sister... Majoring in special education..

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2016 WOMEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2013 19-18 1391 0 2014 17-16 1124 0 2015 16-15 1188 0 TOTAL 52-49 3703 0

0 1 0 1

0 1 0 1

13 .000 6 .462 0 0-0 19 .000 8 .421 0 0-0 7 .000 1 .143 0 0-0 39 .000 15 .385 0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: Mount Mary, 10/01/14 Assists: 1, Mount Mary, 10/01/14 Shots: 4, Alverno College, 10/02/13

Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att

Kreher

4 2 0 6

11 .091 5 .455 0 0-0 8 .125 4 .500 0 0-0 5 .000 2 .400 0 0-0 24 .083 11 .458 0 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, v. Crown College, 08/29/14; at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13 Goals: 1, v. Crown College, 08/29/14; at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13 Assists: 1, at Ripon College, 09/08/13; Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/20/13 Shots: 3, MacMurray College, 09/07/14; at RMU Lake County, 10/08/13

Position: Midfield Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-5 Hometown: Rotonda West, FL High School: Lemon Bay Club: Cape Coral Cyclones Major: Exercise Science

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SYDNEY

Fuller

FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in 18 matches while starting in 11... First career start Sept. 9 against Beloit... HIGH SCHOOL: All-area team selection all four years... Team MVP all four years... PERSONAL: Daughter of Maryann and Charles Kreher... One sister... Majoring in Exercise Science... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2015 18-11 1155 0 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 TOTAL 18-11 1155 0 0 0 6 .000 3 .500 0 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 2, Lakeland College, 10/10/15

MEGAN

Albregts

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Position: Midfield Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-9 Hometown: Bristol, IN High School: Northridge Club: Jr. Irish Major: Political Science

FRESHMAN (2015): Two sport athlete at CUC (Soccer and Lacrosse)... Appeared in 16 games while starting three...First career point an assist on Oct.7 against WLC... First career goal Oct.10 against Lakeland... Scored goals in four straight matches... First career start on Oct.11 against Simpson... HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity starter... Two time all-conference... Three time conference champions... 2013 NLC sectional champions... PERSONAL: Daughter of Cecilia Baltazar and Lawrence Fuller... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att

Position: Defense Year: Senior | Height: 5-8 Hometown: Romney, IN High School: McCutcheon Club: Hoosier FC Major: Pre-Occupational Therapy

2015 16-3 554 4 1 9 14 .286 7 .500 1 0-0 TOTAL 16-3 554 4 1 9 14 .286 7 .500 1 0-0 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 2, 4 times Goals: 1, 4 times Assists: 1, at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/07/15 Shots: 3, MacMurray College, 09/13/15; at Alverno College, 10/17/15

JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 18 matches while starting 16... Played 90+ minutes in three matches... Career high 98 minutes on Oct.23 against Concordia Wisconsin... SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 18 matches while starting in 14... Scored second career goal against Crown College on Aug.29... FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 19 matches while starting in 18... Netted one goal and had two assists... First career start Aug.30 against Earlham College... First career goal on Oct.8 against Robert Morris... First career assist Oct.20 against Wisconsin Lutheran... HIGH SCHOOL: Four varsity letters... Captain junior and senior year... MVP in 2011... David Ellison award winner 2013... Sectional champions 2013...

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2013 19-18 1390 1 2014 18-14 1250 1 2015 18-16 1137 0 TOTAL 55-49 3777 2

KAYLA

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Academic All-State all four years... All-Conference honorable mention 2013... National Honor Society Member... PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Louann Albregts... Older sister Michelle and younger brother Kyle... Majoring in Pre-Occupational Therapy...


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SIERRA

Poor

MEGHAN

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Vasseur

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Position: Forward / Midfield Year: Freshman | Height: 5-5 Hometown: Spring Grove, IL High School: Richmond-Burton Club: Chicago Kickers Major: Art Therapy

Position: Midfield Year: Freshman | Height: 5-2 Hometown: Urbana, IL High School: Urbana Club: Illinois FC Major: Natural Science

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four varsity letters...Big Northern Conference championships 20132014 and 2014-2015... First place in the 2013 Lakes Tournamnent... Scored a hat-trick during the 2015 Lakes tournament... Goal and assist in 2015 Regional final to advance to sectionals... Elite 8 in 2015... Honorable mention in 2016... All-Conference team in 2016... PERSONAL: Daughter of James and Linda Vasseur... Older brother Travis... Majoring in Art Therapy...

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters...Earned All-Area honorable mention 2013-2014... Big 12 Scholar Athlete 2013-2016... All-Area First Team 2015-2016... PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Sue Poor with a younger brother Alex... Majoring in Natural Science...

ALISHA

Johnson

BRITTANY

Position: Midfield / Forward Year: Senior | Height: 5-9 Hometown: Coal City, IL High School: Coal City Club: USSA Major: Biology

Groen

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Position: Forward / Midfield Year: Freshman | Height: 5-6 Hometown: Saint John, IN High School: Illiana Christian Major: Accounting

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four year varsity letters in soccer and cross-country... Sportsmanship award senior year...National Honor Society 2015-2016... AllConference performer in 2016... PERSONAL: Daughter of David and Cathy Groen... Youngest of five...

SARA

Browne

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Position: Defense Year: Freshman | Height: 5-2 Hometown: Tinley Park, IL High School: Andrew Club: Tinley Park Premier Major: Special Education

JUNIOR (2015): Appeared in 16 matches while starting in 7... Netted 10 total points on the season, including 2 goals and 6 assists.. SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 18 games while starting in 16... Led the team in goals with 8... Led the team in total points with 28... Netted one game winner... First career hat-trick on Sept. 3 against Beloit... FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 19 games while starting in 9...First career goal Oct. 2 against Alverno... First Career start Aug. 30 against Earlham... Netted 11 points including 3 goals and 5 assists... Netted one game winner... HIGH SCHOOL: Four year varsity letter winner... Three time all-conference... Spring sportswoman of the year in 2012... PERSONAL: Daughter of Brian and Beverly Johnson... Majoring in Biology... Season MP-MS Mins. Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2013 19-9 894 3 2014 18-16 917 8 2015 16-7 670 2 TOTAL 53-32 2481 13

HIGH SCHOOL: 2015 top defender of the year award... PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Karen Browne... Two older sisters... Majoring in Early Childhood Special Education...

5 12 6 23

11 28 .107 8 .286 1 0-0 28 31 .258 20 .645 1 0-0 10 25 .080 10 .400 0 0-0 49 84 .155 38 .452 2 0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 8, Beloit College, 09/03/14 Goals: 3, Beloit College, 09/03/14 Assists: 3, at Maranatha Baptist, 10/09/14; at Wisconsin Lutheran, 10/18/14 Shots: 6, at Marian University, 09/19/15

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ALLYSON

Kroll

Krajnak

35

38

FRESHMAN (2015): Started in eight matches...First career start on Sept.1 against North Park... First win and shutout Sept.13 against MacMurray... Finished with a 2-6 record and a 1.60 goals allowed average... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Geneva High School... PERSONAL: Daughter of Brian and Lisa Kroll... Younger brother Nathan... Majoring in Nursing... Season MP-MS

Mins.

GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L

T

Sho

2015 11-8 786:54 14 1.60 22 .611 2 6 0 1 TOTAL 11-8 786:54 14 1.60 22 .611 2 6 0 1 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Saves: 8, Dominican University, 09/30/15

Position: Goalkeeper Year: Junior | Height: 5-10 Hometown: Griffith, IN High School: Griffith Club: N.W. Indiana United Major: Mathematics

SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared and started in 10 matches... Second team All-NACC... Recorded a .772 save percentage... Recorded three straight shutouts from Oct.7 to Oct. 11... FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in 5 matches while starting in 1... First career start Oct. 1 against Mount Mary... HIGH SCHOOL: Four varsity letters... Attended Griffith High School... PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Catherine Krajnak... One older sister... Majoring in Mathematics... Season MP-MS

Mins.

GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L

T

Sho

2014 5-1 157:06 3 1.72 3 .500 1 0 0 0 2015 10-10 841:20 13 1.39 44 .772 5 5 0 1 TOTAL 15-11 998:26 16 1.44 47 .746 6 5 0 1 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Saves: 8, Dominican University, 09/30/15

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Position: Goalkeeper Year: Sophomore | Height: 5-5 Hometown: Geneva, IL High School: Geneva Club: FC Chicago Major: Nursing


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COACHING STAFF CHRIS

BROWN Head Women’s Soccer Coach Phone: (708) 209-3561

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Email: Christopher.Brown@CUChicago.edu

Chris Brown is entering his second season as head coach for the women’s soccer program. The sixth head coach in the history of the program. “I am very excited to come to Concordia University Chicago and have this opportunity to coach the women’s soccer program,” said Brown. “I would like to thank (director of athletics) Pete Gnan and the committee as well as the players who have put their trust in me to lead this program.” A native of Mesa, Arizona, Brown played collegiately at Chandler (AZ) Gilbert Community College for two seasons before transferring to Division I Northern Illinois University. The center back contributed to an eight-game turnaround in his first season at NIU as the Huskies went 12-6-0 and finished second in the MAC, their highest conference finish since 1990. Brown’s senior year in 2005 saw the Huskies go 11-6-2, a season that included a seven-match unbeaten streak. Brown remained at Northern Illinois following graduation to begin his collegiate coaching career. In 2007, he served as an assistant coach for the men’s program before moving to the women’s program and coaching the NIU goalkeepers for two seasons. Brown also worked as an assistant coach and director of soccer camps at Oregon State University during the 2010-11 season. In the summer of 2011, Brown’s return to the Chicagoland area resulted in his taking a position as a goalkeepers’ coach with the women’s soccer program at Dominican University. His time at Dominican gave him a very early preview of his new situation. “I was impressed by the level of play in the conference. There are a number of exciting and competitive teams here, and I look forward to leading the Cougars into this level of competition on a regular basis,” said Brown. Brown’s experience coaching soccer at the club level is equally extensive. Most recently, he was the Director of Coaching for the girls’ program at Campton United Soccer Club of St. Charles, Illinois that manages over 300 players and 17 teams. Brown was named the 2013 Illinois Youth Soccer Girls’ Competitive Coach of the Year and coached State Champions in both U16 Boys and U16 Girls in the Presidents Cup, which took place from the fall 2013 to the spring of 2014. Prior to that, Brown was a staff coach with Campton United from 2006-08 and a Director of Coaching for Northern Illinois FC in DeKalb from 2008 to 2010. The Olympic Development Program (ODP) has also benefited from Brown’s coaching in recent years. In 2011, he was part of the ODP Region IV staff in Oregon. Since 2013, he has been a staff coach for Illinois Youth Soccer Olympic Development, coaching both boys and girls.

Brown’s coaching credentials are solid (his certifications include a United States Soccer Federation National “A” License and NSCAA Regional and State Goalkeeping Diplomas), so is his commitment to education as evidenced by a BA in psychology and an MA in sports management from Northern Illinois University in 2007 and 2011 respectively. “I have been privileged to see several of my club players go on to college, and I think I have a good eye for what makes a good college soccer player, both athletically and academically. It is very important that when our players leave Concordia-Chicago, it will be with a degree in hand along with a great soccer playing experience.” Brown currently resides in Elgin, Illinois with his wife Caitlin and his son Brody.

MICHAEL

Arango Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Phone: (708) 209-3561 Email:

Michael Arango is entering his second season as an Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach here at Concordia University Chicago “It is an honor and privilege to have someone with Michael’s credentials as a part of our family here at CUC,” said Brown. “His wealth of knowledge, passion and ability to teach the game will not only motivate our players but also help CUC reach new heights as a program.” Arango comes to Concordia-Chicago from suburban Wilmette where he served as the Director of Coaching for the Wilmette Wings and was responsible for the U8 to U14 teams. Prior to Wilmette, Arango was the Boys Director of Coaching for Campton United SC in St. Charles, IL. While there, he helped create a comprehensive club curriculum, worked with coaches to create a philosophy and program style of play, led the boys’ program into the Midwest Developmental League (one of the tops in the country) and helped with the College Showcase event hosted by the club. The boys’ programs won multiple state titles, earned multiple regional berths and were two-time Disney College Showcase Finalists. Arango, who holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) A License, has been involved with the Illinois Youth Soccer Association (IYSA) Olympic Development Program as both a head and assistant coach since 2004 and is part of the USYSA Region II staff (ODP). He is certified to teach the USSF National D and E courses and is currently on the IYSA Coaching Education staff. In March of 2012, Arango was one of 40 coaches in the country to join the USSF for a coaching education trip to Spain. The group visited Barcelona, Real Madrid, Villareal and Athletico Madrid, going behind the scenes to see what the most successful clubs in the world value and how everything comes together. Locally, Arango coached at Team Evanston and FC United prior to his time at Campton. He is a graduate of Northeastern Illinois with a BA in elementary education. Arango resides in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago.

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AMANDA

Miller Women’s Soccer Athletic Trainer Phone: Email:

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Amanda Miller is a graduate assistant with the Athletic Training Staff who is working on her Master’s degree in applied exercise science with a concentration in sports nutrition. Miller did her undergraduate work at Lewis University and received her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2015. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association (GLATA). Miller is a licensed Athletic Trainer in the state of Illinois and is NATABOC certified. She is also First Aid/CPR and AED certified through the American Heart Association. Upon graduation from CUC, Miller plans to pursue her career in Athletic Training at the collegiate level.


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FINAL TEAM STATISTICS The Automated ScoreBook Concordia-Chicago Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 08, 2016) • All games

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RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 7-11 3-6 4-5 0-0 CONFERENCE 4-6 1-4 3-2 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 3-5 2-2 1-3 0-0 DATE

OPPONENT SCORE ATT.

## PLAYER

09/01/15 09/04/15 09/09/15 09/12/15 09/13/15 09/16/15 * 09/19/15 * 09/23/15 * 09/30/15 * 10/03/15 * 10/07/15 * 10/10/15 10/14/15 10/14/15 * 10/17/15 * 10/21/15 * 10/24/15 * 10/28/15

NORTH PARK UNIV. at UW-Stevens Point at Beloit College MARANATHA BAPTIST MACMURRAY COLLEGE at North Central at Marian University at Benedictine Univ. DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY EDGEWOOD COLLEGE at Wisconsin Lutheran LAKELAND COLLEGE at Simpson College RIPON COLLEGE at Alverno College AURORA UNIVERSITY CONCORDIA-WISCONSIN at Milwaukee Engr.

4 Sanders, Elizabeth 18 7 2 16 36 0.194 19 0.528 0 18 Weinhold, Natalie 18 4 2 10 26 0.154 13 0.500 3 32 Johnson, Alisha 16 2 6 10 25 0.080 10 0.400 0 25 Fuller, Sydney 16 4 1 9 14 0.286 7 0.500 1 19 Daigle, Alexandra 10 2 1 5 4 0.500 3 0.750 0 11 Kruk, Allison 17 2 0 4 18 0.111 13 0.722 1 21 Walker, Kahla 17 1 1 3 16 0.062 6 0.375 1 3 Garza, Gabby 15 1 1 3 8 0.125 4 0.500 0 17 LaCost, Sarah 13 0 3 3 16 0.000 10 0.625 0 13 Brown, Stephanie 18 1 0 2 9 0.111 4 0.444 0 1 Rembold, Shawna 14 1 0 2 8 0.125 4 0.500 1 12 Anderson, Nikki 17 0 1 1 14 0.000 5 0.357 0 5 Behlman, Christina 9 0 1 1 2 0.000 0 0.000 0 14 Wilson, Alex 10 0 0 0 10 0.000 5 0.500 0 22 Kiotis, Christina 16 0 0 0 7 0.000 1 0.143 0 23 Kreher, Kayla 18 0 0 0 6 0.000 3 0.500 0 10 Biga, Katie 17 0 0 0 6 0.000 3 0.500 0 24 Albregts, Megan 18 0 0 0 5 0.000 2 0.400 0 2 Benesch, Caycee 14 0 0 0 5 0.000 0 0.000 0 16 Stone, Emma 17 0 0 0 3 0.000 3 1.000 0 27 Campbell, Hillary 1 0 0 0 2 0.000 2 1.000 0 26 Ernst, Emily 13 0 0 0 2 0.000 2 1.000 0 9 Killman, Maci 11 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 8 Pojero, Krista 17 0 0 0 1 0.000 1 1.000 0 38 Krajnak, Ally 10 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 35 Kroll, Maddie 12 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 7 Schwab, Kelsey 4 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0

TEAM STATISTICS

L L L L W L W L L L W W W W W L Lot L

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

CUC

OPP

25-244

27-173

Goals scored per game

1.39

1.50

Shot pct.

0.102

0.156

120-244

94-173

SOG pct.

0.492

0.543

Shots/Game

13.6 9.6

CORNER KICKS

109

47

PENALTY KICKS

2-2

1-1

SHOT STATISTICS

Goals-Shot attempts

Shots on goal-Attempts

115 144 125 85 117 60 341 197 60 108 109 77 141 55 55 50 125 83

PENALTIES Yellow cards

9

9

Red cards

0

0

ATTENDANCE Total

792 1255

Dates/Avg Per Date

9/88

Neutral Site #/Avg

0/0

9/139

GP G A PTS SH SH% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT

Total Opponents

18 25 19 69 244 0.102 120 0.492 7 2-2 18 27 14 68 173 0.156 94 0.543 11 1-1

## GOALIE

GP

10 11

841:20 13 786:54 14

18 18

1628:14 27 1.49 1628:14 25 1.38

38 Krajnak, Ally 35 Kroll, Maddie Total Opponents

2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

MIN.

GOALS BY PERIOD Concordia-Chicago Opponents

GA GAAVG SAVES PCT

1.39 1.60

W-L-T SHO

44 0.772 5-5-0 1 22 0.611 2-6-0 1

67 0.713 7-11-0 5 95 0.792 11-7-0 5

1ST 2ND OT TOTAL 14 11 0 25 10 16 1 27

SHOTS BY PERIOD Concordia-Chicago Opponents

1ST 2ND OT TOTAL 117 126 1 244 74 96 3 173

CORNERS BY PERIOD Concordia-Chicago Opponents

1ST 2ND OT TOTAL 53 56 0 109 19 27 1 47

SAVES BY PERIOD Concordia-Chicago Opponents

FOULS BY PERIOD Concordia-Chicago Opponents

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1ST 2ND OT TOTAL 34 33 0 67 48 46 1 95

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2015 CONCORDIA-CHICAGO GAME RESULTS

Date

Opponent Score Overall

Conf

Att.

TEAM RECORD Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 7-11 4-6 3-6 4-5 0-0 0-1

Sanders, Elizabeth (Johnson, Alisha) Weinhold, Natalie (Johnson, Alisha) Weinhold, Natalie (unassisted) Brown, Stephanie (Sanders, Elizabeth;Weinhold, Natalie) Daigle, Alexandra (Behlman, Christina) Johnson, Alisha (Daigle, Alexandra) Garza, Gabby (unassisted) Kruk, Allison (unassisted) Kruk, Allison (unassisted) Sanders, Elizabeth (unassisted) Johnson, Alisha (LaCost, Sarah;Sanders, Elizabeth) Sanders, Elizabeth (unassisted) Rembold, Shawna (LaCost, Sarah) Sanders, Elizabeth (penalty kick) Sanders, Elizabeth (Fuller, Sydney) Sanders, Elizabeth (Weinhold, Natalie) Walker, Kahla (Johnson, Alisha) Fuller, Sydney (Anderson, Nikki) Fuller, Sydney (Johnson, Alisha) Fuller, Sydney (Johnson, Alisha) Weinhold, Natalie (Johnson, Alisha;Garza, Gabby) Weinhold, Natalie (unassisted) Fuller, Sydney (Walker, Kahla) Daigle, Alexandra (LaCost, Sarah) Sanders, Elizabeth (penalty kick) -

ATTENDANCE DATES TOTAL Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

18 9 9 0

2047 792 1255 0

AVG. 114 88 139 0

2015 NACC WOMEN’S SOCCER STANDINGS Conference Overall GP W-L-T PCT Pts GF GA GP W-L-T PCT GF GA L10 STRK 1 CONCORDIA WISCONSIN * 10 10-0-0 1.000 30 38 2 19 14-2-3 0.816 54 15 8-1-1 Tied 1 2 DOMINICAN 10 9-1-0 0.900 27 41 7 18 12-6-0 0.667 57 20 8-2 Lost 1 3 MSOE # 10 8-2-0 0.800 24 40 8 22 15-7-0 0.682 63 34 8-2 Lost 1 4 AURORA 10 7-3-0 0.700 21 42 12 21 12-8-1 0.595 63 36 6-3-1 Lost 1 5 BENEDICTINE 10 6-4-0 0.600 18 25 12 19 9-9-1 0.500 46 34 4-5-1 Lost 2 6 EDGEWOOD 10 5-5-0 0.500 15 29 10 18 8-10-0 0.444 42 22 5-5 Lost 3 CONCORDIA CHICAGO 10 4-6-0 0.400 12 15 16 18 7-11-0 0.389 25 27 5-5 Lost 3 MARIAN 10 3-7-0 0.300 9 20 24 19 7-12-0 0.368 32 53 4-6 Won 1 WISCONSIN LUTHERAN 10 2-8-0 0.200 6 7 50 19 2-16-1 0.132 10 98 2-8 Lost 8 LAKELAND 10 1-9-0 0.100 3 8 38 20 4-16-0 0.200 34 76 1-9 Lost 8 ALVERNO 10 0-10-0 0.000 0 0 86 18 2-16-0 0.111 8 118 1-9 Lost 4 *-Conference Champion #-Tournament Champion & Automatic Qualifier to NCAA Championship x-Clinched Tournament Berth (or number indicates seed) Glossary GP: Games Played | W-L-T: Win-Loss-Tie Record | PCT: Winning Percentage | Pts: Points GF: Goals Scored | GA: Goals Against | L10: Last 10 games | STRK: Current Streak

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09/01/15 NORTH PARK UNIV. L 0-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 115 09/04/15 at UW-Stevens Point L 1-2 0-2-0 0-0-0 144 09/09/15 at Beloit College L 1-5 0-3-0 0-0-0 125 09/12/15 MARANATHA BAPTIST L 0-1 0-4-0 0-0-0 85 09/13/15 MACMURRAY COLLEGE W 5-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 117 09/16/15 at North Central L 0-1 1-5-0 0-0-0 60 * 09/19/15 at Marian University W 2-1 2-5-0 1-0-0 341 * 09/23/15 at Benedictine Univ. L 1-3 2-6-0 1-1-0 197 * 09/30/15 DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY L 1-2 2-7-0 1-2-0 60 * 10/03/15 EDGEWOOD COLLEGE L 1-2 2-8-0 1-3-0 108 * 10/07/15 at Wisconsin Lutheran W 4-0 3-8-0 2-3-0 109 * 10/10/15 LAKELAND COLLEGE W 2-0 4-8-0 3-3-0 77 10/11/15 at Simpson College W 1-0 5-8-0 3-3-0 141 10/14/15 RIPON COLLEGE W 2-1 6-8-0 3-3-0 55 * 10/17/15 at Alverno College W 3-0 7-8-0 4-3-0 55 * 10/21/15 AURORA UNIVERSITY L 1-2 7-9-0 4-4-0 50 * 10/24/15 CONCORDIA-WISCONSIN LOT 0-1 7-10-0 4-5-0 125 * 10/28/15 at Milwaukee Engr. L 0-5 7-11-0 4-6-0 83

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CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO WOMEN’S SOCCER HISTORY Year

Record Conf.Record Coach

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

3-15-0 2-15-3 10-9-1 5-14-1 10-9-1 3-15-1 4-15-0 1-16-0 8-11-0 1-14-1 10-6-1 10-7-1 12-3-4 11-7-0 7-11-0

0-5-0 0-5-1 4-3-0 1-3-1 3-1-0 3-8-0 4-8-0 1-11-0 5-7-0 1-10-1 5-6-1 6-6-0 6-2-3* 4-6-0 4-6-0

George Mihalopoulos George Mihalopoulos George Mihalopoulos George Mihalopoulos Steve Moore Steve Moore Adam Nirenberg Marsha Panfil Marsha Panfil Marsha Panfil Thomas Goines Thomas Goines Thomas Goines Thomas Goines Chris Brown

1 Thomas Goines 2 George Mihalopoulos 3 Steve Morore 4 Marsha Panfil 5 Chris Brown 6 Adam Nirenberg CUC All Time Active Coach

43-23-6 (.597) 20-40-5 (.308) 13-24-2 (.333) 10-41-1 (.192) 7-11-0 (.389) 4-15-0 (.211) 97-154-14 (.366)

(4 Seasons) (4 Seasons) (2 Seasons) (3 Seasons) (1 Season) (1 Season)

*Conference Tournament Appearance 2013

*Quallified for NACC Tournament

TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

GAME Goals Assists Shots Shots Faced

14 Rockford 14 Robert Morris-Lake County 12 Robert Morris-Lake County 58 Mt Mary 58 Lakeland

SEASON Goals Assists Points Shots Shots Faced GK Saves Wins Losses Ties Shut outs Winning Streak Home Winning Streak Unbeaten Streak Unbeaten at Home Consecutive Games Scoring Streak

2006 2013 2013 2013 2002

58 2014 50 2014 166 2014 383 2003 552 2002 223 2002 12 2013 16 2008 4 2013 9 2013 5 2013 4 2013 11 (8-0-3) 2013 7 (5-0-2) 2013 9 2013

FIRSTS Game - Sept. 4, 2001 v. University of St. Francis, L 0-4 Starting Lineup - GK Jillian Prykop, D Tonya Fellows, D Stacy Hafner, D Andrea Kuca, Kristin Thompson, M Beth Drevlow, M Rachel Mierow, M Cindy Toms, M Martha Huls, F Lindsay Look, F Erika Willig Goal - Beth Drevlow, Sept. 25, 2001 v. Rockford (66:51) Assist - Rachel Mierow, Sept. 25, 2001 v. Rockford (Drevlow goal) Win - Oct. 3, 2001 v. Mount Mary (5-0) Game-Winning Goal - Stacy Hafner v. Mount Mary Tie - Sept. 28, 2002 v. Clarke (2-2)

GAME Goals 5 5 Assists 4 Points 10 (5g) 10 (5g) 10 (3g, 4a) Shots 17 GK Saves 23

Cheyenne Martinez-Trevino Alyssa Soulis Kristin Prange Cheyenne Martinez-Trevino Alyssa Soulis Kristin Prange Kari Zielke Maria Limon

Mount Mary Rockford Mount Mary Mount Mary Rockford Mount Mary MacMurray Manchester

2009 2011 2003 2009 2011 2003 2005 2003

SEASON Games Played Minutes Played Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Shots Game-Winning Goals GK Wins GK Saves GK Shut outs

20 1904 (20g) 23 12 55 4 4 129 6 12 195 8

several players Maria Limon Alyssa Soulis Alisha Johnson Alyssa Soulis Kristin Prange Alyssa Soulis Lisa Warner Alyssa Soulis Callie Hasselbring Maria Limon Callie Hasselbring

2003 2011 2014 2011 2003 2011 2003 2011 2011 2002 2013

CAREER Games Played Minutes Played Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Shots Game-Winning Goals GK Wins GK Saves GK Shut outs

79 6915 56 26 138 8 267 15 39 314 16

Maria Limon Tonya Fellows Alyssa Soulis Alyssa Soulis Alyssa Soulis Alyssa Soulis Kari Zielke Alyssa Soulis Callie Hasselbring Malika Manouzi Callie Hasselbring

2002-05 2001-04 2010-13 2010-13 2010-13 2010-13 2005-08 2010-13 2011-14 2004-07 2011-14

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AURORA AU LEADS SERIES 17-0-0 10-09-01 L 0 6 10-18-02 L 0 6 10-17-03 L 2 9 10-30-04 L 0 6 11-03-04 L 0 5 10-23-05 L 0 6 11-04-05 L 1 6 9-30-06 L 1 11 10-24-07 L 0 4 10-21-08 L 0 5 10-28-09 L 0 7 10-27-10 L 0 12 9-20-11 L 0 5 9-19-12 L 1 3 9-24-13 L 0 2 9-24-14 L 0 7 10-21-15 L 1 2

BENEDICTINE BU LEADS SERIES 11-3-2 9-15-01 L 0 10 10-08-02 L 1 8 9-16-03 L 1 2 10-30-03 L 0 1 10-12-04 L 3 7 10-26-05 W 9 0 10-07-06 L 1 2 10-02-07 L 1 2 10-01-08 L 0 1 10-07-09 L 1 2 10-05-10 L 0 5 10-26-11 T 1 1 OT2 10-23-12 W 1 0 10-16-13 T 1 1 OT2 10-14-14 W 3 1 9-23-15 L 1 3 CONCORDIA WISCONSIN CUW LEADS A SERIES 12-0-1 9-18-03 L 0 1 9-25-04 L 0 1 10-13-05 L 1 3 10-25-06 L 0 3 9-29-07 L 1 2 9-27-08 L 0 4 10-03-09 L 1 2 10-02-10 L 0 10 9-17-11 L 0 6 9-15-12 L 0 4 10-26-13 T 0 0 OT2 10-25-14 L 0 4 10-24-15 L 0 1 OT2 DOMINICAN DU LEADS SERIES 13-5-0 9-06-01 L 0 3

River Forest River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee Milwaukee Aurora River Forest Aurora River Forest Aurora Aurora Aurora Aurora River Forest Aurora River Forest Aurora River Forest Aurora Aurora River Forest River Forest River Forest Lisle River Forest Lisle Lisle River Forest Lisle River Forest Lisle River Forest Lisle River Forest Lisle Lisle River Forest Lisle River Forest Mequon River Forest River Forest River Forest Mequon River Forest Mequon River Forest Mequon River Forest Mequon River Forest River Forest - CUC

10-15-02 10-22-02 9-25-03 10-23-04 11-01-04 9-01-05 9-10-05 10-03-06 9-11-07 9-09-08 9-16-09 9-15-10 10-04-11 10-03-12 10-30-13 10-28-14 9-30-15

L L W W W W L L L L L L L L W L L

1 1 3 2 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1

4 7 2 OT2 1 2 0 3 4 8 5 2 8 1 OT2 3 0 1 2

EDGEWOOD EC LEADS SERIES 12-0-0 9-15-04 L 0 3 10-15-05 L 3 4 9-13-06 L 0 7 9-22-07 L 0 10 9-20-08 L 1 15 9-26-09 L 0 2 9-25-10 L 0 15 10-08-11 L 0 2 10-06-12 L 0 3 9-21-13 L 0 2 9-20-14 L 2 3 10-03-15 L 1 2 LAKELAND SERIES TIED 6-6-0 10-14-01 L 1 5 9-20-02 L 0 14 10-11-06 L 0 2 9-15-07 L 0 2 9-13-08 L 1 3 9-19-09 W 2 1 9-19-10 L 1 2 10-01-11 W 6 1 9-29-12 W 4 2 10-12-13 W 3 0 10-12-14 W 5 0 10-10-15 W 2 0

River Forest - DU River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - DU River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - DU River Forest - CUC River Forest - CUC Madison River Forest Madison River Forest Madison River Forest Madison River Forest Madison Madison River Forest River Forest River Forest Sheboygan River Forest Sheboygan River Forest Sheboygan River Forest Sheboygan River Forest Sheboygan River Forest River Forest

MARANATHA BAPTIST CUC LEADS SERIES 7-4-0 10-07-05 W 3 1 River Forest 10-17-06 L 2 3 Watertown 10-20-07 W 1 0 OT River Forest 10-18-08 L 0 7 Watertown 10-23-09 W 2 0 River Forest 10-23-10 L 1 4 Watertown 10-14-11 W 5 0 River Forest 10-12-12 W 6 3 Watertown 10-07-13 W 2 1 River Forest Non-NACC 10-09-14 W 6 3 Watertown Non-NACC 9-12-15 L 0 1 River Forest Non-NACC MARIAN MU LEADS SERIES 7-2-1 10-20-06 W 2 0 10-27-07 L 2 8 10-25-08 L 0 3 9-12-09 L 0 4 9-11-10 L 0 5 9-24-11 L 0 2 9-21-12 L 0 2 10-13-13 T 1 1 OT2 10-04-14 L 1 4

25

River Forest Fond du Lac River Forest Fond du Lac River Forest Fond du Lac River Forest River Forest Fond du Lac

9-19-15

W 2

1

MILWAUKEE ENGINEERING MSOE LEADS SERIES 8-4-0 9-27-01 L 0 2 10-17-01 W 3 0 9-12-04 W 6 2 9-20-05 W 5 2 10-13-07 L 0 1 OT 10-11-08 L 2 6 10-17-09 L 1 3 10-16-10 L 0 10 9-06-11 L 1 2 9-06-12 L 0 1 OT 9-28-13 W 1 0 9-27-14 L 0 3 10-28-15 L 0 5 ROCKFORD CUC LEADS SERIES 7-4-0 9-25-01 L 1 4 10-04-02 L 1 4 10-08-03 W 7 0 10-28-03 W 2 0 10-08-04 L 0 1 10-28-05 W 5 2 9-23-06 W 14 1 10-16-07 W 6 3 10-15-08 L 1 4 10-20-09 W 9 0 10-18-10 W 4 1 10-12-11 W 7 0 10-09-12 W 12 0 10-22-13 W 3 0

WISCONSIN LUTHERAN CUC LEADS SERIES 8-5-2 9-18-01 L 0 3 9-11-02 L 2 4 8-29-03 W 4 1 9-21-04 L 0 3 9-15-05 T 3 3 OT2 10-14-06 L 1 3 10-10-07 W 1 0 10-07-08 L 0 1 OT 10-14-09 W 1 0 10-13-10 T 2 2 OT2 10-18-11 W 4 0 10-17-12 W 1 0 OT2 10-20-13 W 3 1 10-18-14 W 4 1 10-07-15 W 4 0 NON-NACC OPPONENTS

ALBION AC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-08-07 L 0 5 ANDERSON CUC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 8-31-13 W 3 1 9-21-14 W 2 1 OT2

AUGUSTANA AC LEADS SERIES 4-0-0 10-02-02 L 1 3 10-14-03 L 0 7 8-31-07 T 0 11 8-30-08 L 0 10

Fond du Lac River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest River Forest Milwaukee Milwaukee River Forest Rockford River Forest River Forest Rockford River Forest River Forest Rockford River Forest Rockford River Forest Rockford River Forest Rockford River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest Milwaukee River Forest River Forest Milwaukee Milwaukee

Albion Anderson, IN River Forest River Forest Moline Moline River Forest

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ALVERNO CUC LEADS SERIES 10-1-1 10-06-02 T 0 0 OT2 9-23-04 W 7 0 9-16-06 W 9 3 9-18-07 W 6 1 9-17-08 W 4 1 9-22-09 W 4 1 10-25-10 L 2 8 9-28-11 W 1 0 9-25-12 W 2 1 10-02-13 W 4 0 9-30-14 W 4 1 10-17-15 W 3 0


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BELOIT CUC LEADS SERIES 3-1-0 9-01-11 W 3 0 8-31-12 W 2 0 9-03-14 W 12 0 9-09-15 L 1 5

River Forest Beloit River Forest Beloit

BLACKBURN CUC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-10-11 W 5 1 Carlinville 8-30-14 W 2 0 Wauwatosa, WI (Mount Mary) CARLETON CC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 10-22-06 L 0 2

CARTHAGE CC LEADS SERIES 3-0-0 9-12-01 L 0 9 9-03-03 L 0 6 10-20-04 L 1 5 CATHOLIC CU LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 10-12-03 L 0 3

CLARKE CUC LEADS SERIES 3-1-2 10-06-01 L 0 1 9-28-02 T 2 2 OT2 10-11-03 W 3 1 10-17-04 T 1 1 OT2 10-01-05 W 5 3 11-02-05 W 3 2 CONCORDIA ANN ARBOR CUAA LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-03-10 L 0 10

CORNELL CC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-18-05 L 0 5 9-09-06 L 0 6

River Forest Kenosha River Forest Kenosha River Forest Dubuque River Forest Dubuque River Forest Dubuque River Forest Ann Arbor River Forest Mount Vernon

CROWN CUC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 8-29-14 W 3 2 Wauwatosa, WI (Mount Mary) DUBUQUE UD LEADS SERIES 4-1-0 8-31-02 L 0 4 9-06-03 W 3 1 9-05-04 L 0 4 9-03-07 L 1 6 9-05-08 L 0 5 EARLHAM SERIES TIED 0-0-1 8-30-13 T 2

2 OT2

ELMHURST COLLEGE EC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-06-06 L 1 8 EUREKA CUC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-23-09 W 3 1 10-05-11 W 8 0 FINLANDIA CUC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 10-09-11 W 6 0 10-21-12 W 7 0

GREENVILLE GC LEADS SERIES 7-0-0 9-07-02 L 1 2 OT2

River Forest Dubuque River Forest River Forest Dubuque Earlham, IN Elmhurst River Forest River Forest River Forest Hancock, MI Greenville

9-01-04 10-17-05 9-11-06 9-10-07 10-03-08 10-05-09

L L L L L L

0 0 0 0 2 2

3 1 OT 2 3 3 3

ILLINOIS COLLEGE IC LEADS SERIES 2-1-0 9-04-09 L 1 2 9-15-13 W 1 0 9-13-14 L 0 1 IOWA WESLEYAN SERIES TIED 0-0-1 9-03-06 T 2

2 OT2

KNOX CUC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-13-11 W 3 1 9-09-12 W 5 1 LAKE FOREST LFC LEADS SERIES 7-0-0 10-05-04 L 0 7 9-27-05 L 0 4 9-19-06 L 1 2 OT 9-02-07 L 0 7 9-23-08 L 0 4 9-01-09 L 1 4 9-01-10 L 0 7

MACMURRAY CUC LEADS SERIES 3-1-1 10-13-02 T 3 3 OT2 9-18-04 L 1 4 9-03-05 W 3 0 9-07-14 W 8 0 9-13-15 W 5 0 MANCHESTER MC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-27-03 L 0 2

MILLIKIN MC LEADS SERIES 4-0-0 9-07-05 L 1 3 9-27-06 L 0 2 9-07-08 L 0 8 9-09-09 L 0 4

MOUNT MARY CUC LEADS SERIES 12-0-0 10-03-01 W 5 1 10-24-01 W 5 0 9-05-02 W 2 0 10-16-02 W 3 2 OT 9-30-03 W 7 2 10-24-03 W 9 0 10-26-04 W 10 0 10-19-05 W 5 1 9-14-09 W 7 1 9-30-09 W 6 1 9-18-13 W 7 0 10-01-14 W 7 0 NORTH CENTRAL NCC LEADS SERIES 3-2-0 10-19-01 L 0 3 9-25-02 L 0 1 9-10-03 W 3 2 10-10-05 W 3 2 OT 9-16-15 L 0 1

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River Forest River Forest River Forest River Forest River Forest River Forest River Forest River Forest Jacksonville River Forest Galesburg River Forest Lake Forest River Forest Lake Forest River Forest Lake Forest River Forest Lake Forest River Forest Jacksonville River Forest River Forest River Forest Manchester, IN Decatur River Forest River Forest Decatur Wauwatosa River Forest River Forest Wauwatosa Wauwatosa River Forest River Forest Wauwatosa River Forest Wauwatosa Wauwatosa River Forest Naperville River Forest Naperville River Forest Naperville

NORTH PARK NPU LEADS SERIES 5-0-0 10-13-01 L 0 4 9-30-02 L 0 1 10-04-03 L 0 1 9-29-04 L 0 2 9-01-15 L 0 1 NORTHLAND INTERNATIONAL CUC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 10-20-12 W 5 1 OLIVET (MI) OC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-03-04 L 0 5 9-07-07 L 2 4 PURDUE-CALUMET PUC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 10-07-12 L 1 4

RIPON CUC LEADS SERIES 2-0-1 10-14-12 T 1 1 OT2 9-08-13 W 4 2 10-14-15 W 2 1

ROBERT MORRIS LAKE COUNTY CUC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 10-08-13 W 14 0 ST. FRANCIS USF LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-04-01 L 0 4

SIMPSON CUC LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 10-11-15 W 1 0 TRINITY INTERNATIONAL TIU LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-20-01 L 0 9

UPPER IOWA SERIES TIED 1-1-0 9-13-02 L 1 3 9-20-03 W 4 0 VANGUARD VU LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-09-10 L 0 7 WARTBURG WC LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-08-01 L 0 6 9-14-02 L 1 5 WEBSTER WU LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 9-15-06 L 0 6 10-07-07 L 0 5

WISCONSIN/PARKSIDE UWP LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-29-10 L 0 13

WISCONSIN/PLATTEVILLE UWP LEADS SERIES 2-0-0 10-07-01 L 0 8 10-11-02 L 0 4 WISCONSIN/STEVENS POINT UWSP LEADS SERIES 1-0-0 9-04-15 L 1 2

WISCONSIN/SUPERIOR SERIES TIED 0-0-1 9-14-03 T 1 1 OT2

Chicago River Forest Chicago River Forest River Forest Dunbar, WI River Forest Olivet, MI River Forest River Forest Ripon, WI River Forest Waukegan River Forest Indianola, IA Deerfield Fayette River Forest River Forest River Forest Waverly, IA River Forest Fenton, MO Kenosha Platteville River Forest Stevens Point, WI River Forest


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COSIDA’S CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA STUDENT-ATHLETES All-District Second Team

So.

M

3.97

Early Childhood Education

2008-09 Kari Zielke

All-District First Team

Sr.

M

3.94

Elementary Education, Math

2007-08 Kari Zielke Kari Zielke

All-District Third Team All-District Second Team

Jr. So.

F F

3.94 3.97

Elementary Education Elemantary Education

2006-07 Kristin Prange

All-District Third Team

Sr.

F

3.92

Elemantary Education

NACC SCHOLAR ATHLETES 2015-2016 Megan Albregts Nikki Anderson Christina Behlman Emily Ernst Gabby Garza Alisha Johnson Christina Kiotis Ally Krajnak Kayla Kreher Maddie Kroll Allison Kruk Sarah LaCost Shawna Rembold Elizabeth Sanders Emma Stone Kahla Walker Natalie Weinhold

2014-15 Megan Albregts Nikki Anderson Elise Bicek Katie Biga Stephanie Brown Emily Ernst Haley Graner Callie Hasselbring Christina Kiotis Ally Krajnak Allison Kruk Sarah LaCost Shawna Rembold Anne Rockert Elizabeth Sanders Natalie Weinhold

2013-14 Megan Albregts Nikki Anderson Elise Bicek Callie Hasselbring Alisha Johnson Ashley Kugath Angela Powers Shawna Rembold Anne Rockert Elizabeth Sanders Natalie Weinhold Alex Wilson 2012-13 Elise Bicek Lauren Busch Blythe Harkenrider Callie Hasselbring Maggie Kucek Ashley Kugath Lilly Poor

Angela Powers Shawna Rembold Anne Rockert Alex Wilson Samantha Wolf 2011-12 Elise Bicek Samantha Bredeson Lauren Busch Kelly Engelking Blythe Harkenrider Callie Hasselbring Kathleen Herboth Maggie Kucek Angela Powers Stephanie Rivas Anne Rockert Samantha Wolf

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2008-09 Kelly Engelking Kyla Farquhar Kristin Gunnes Jennifer Haney Roxanne Kavanagh Shannon Kimes Allison Spring Kari Zielke Kristin Zielke 2007-08 Janin Huerta Tara Oetting Allison Spring Kari Zielke 2006-07 Kristen Gunnes Stacy Nowak Kristin Prange Allison Spring Kari Zielke

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