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2013 TEAM PHOTO

Front Row (L-R): Jordan Van Cleave, Charlotte Kirwan, Casten Farr, Jordan Yaukey, Lynnae Luettich, Emily Knapp, Sophia Tikson Middle Row (L-R): Lindsay Amador, Robbi Jensen, Jessi Stuart, Cristina Ceppi, Sarah Anderson, Dana Wetmore, Lane Flynn Back Row (L-R): Associate Head Coach Carrie Hanshue Austin, Assistant Coach Jenna Taylor, Caroline Phillips, Hanna French, Anna Copsey, Jordyn Warren, Laura Malinoski, Katie Minogue, Marissa O’Brien, Head Coach Brandi Alexander Kist, Athletic Trainer Lauren Ginnochio


2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey TABLE OF CONTENTS // QUICK FACTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts................................................................................ 1 2013 Schedule......................................................................... 2 2013 Roster............................................................................... 3 Season Preview.................................................................... 4 Head Coach Brandi Alexander Kist................................. 5 Assistant Coaches................................................................... 6 Meet the Mountaineers................................................. 7-17 Roster Breakdown.................................................................17 All-Time Roster...................................................................... 18 2013 Opponents....................................................................19 NorPac Conference.............................................................. 20 2012 Statistics................................................................. .......21 2012 Results............................................................................22 All-Conference Honorees.................................................. 23 Record Book........................................................................... 24 Academic Excellence.......................................................... 25 Dr. Jan Watson....................................................................... 26 Charlie Cobb........................................................................... 27

Appalachian State University................................... 28-35

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Location..........................................................................Boone N.C. Founded.....................................................................................1899 Enrollment............................................................................. 17,589 Nickname.................................................................Mountaineers Colors ......................................................................Black and Gold Conference................................................................NorPac (East) Chancellor.............................................. Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock Faculty Representative..................................... Dr. Alan Hauser Athletics Director.....................................................Charlie Cobb Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA.......................................Debbie Richardson Facility............................................................................Kidd Brewer Capacity.................................................................................. 24,050

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach....................................... Brandi Alexander Kist Alma Mater................................ Pennsylvania, 2003 Seasons............................................................ Eighth Record at Appalachian..................................23-115 Career Record ..............................................Same Office Phone...................................... (828)262-7238 Office Fax........................................... (828)262-4056 Email...............................alexanderb@appstate.edu Associate Head Coach...................Carrie Hanshue Austin Alma Mater........................................... West Chester, 2006 Email ......................................... hanshueca@appstate.edu Assistant Coach................................................ Jenna Taylor Alma Mater....................................... James Madison, 2013 Email ......................................................taylorjk@appstate.edu

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 Overall Record..............................................................3-15 2012 NorPac Record.............................................. 0-8/5th East Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................................... 14/3 Starters Returning/Lost.........................................................8/3 Newcomers..................................................................................... 7 Returning Starters....................................................................... 8 Other Returners...................................................................6 Letterwinners Lost..............................................................3 Megan High, Casey Lammando, Lesley Thomas

SPORTS INFORMATION

Field Hockey Contact......................................Kelsey Campbell Office......................................................... (828) 262-7166 Cell..............................................................(919) 412-1149 Email............................... campbellkm1@appstate.edu Asst. AD/Sports Information Director..................Mike Flynn Assistant SID................................................................ Ryan Bower Assistant SID.............................................................Jennifer Clark Intern ................................................................... Ben Winterrowd Mailing Address............................................................Box 32116 Boone, N.C. 28608 Overnight Address................................ 425 Jack Branch Drive Boone, N.C. 28608 Sports Information Fax........................................ (828) 262-405 Website............................................. www.appstatesports.com

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Credits

The 2013 Appalachian Field Hockey Media Guide is a production of App State Sports Information office. Editor: Kelsey Campbell Editorial Assistance: Ryan Bower, Mike Flynn Photography: Dave Mayo, Troy Tuttle (App State Creative Services), Lauren Hutchinson, Meghan Gay, App State Athletics Archives. 2013 Mountaineer Field Hockey

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey 2013 SCHEDULE Date

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Location

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Sun., Sept. 01 Mon., Sept. 02 Sun., Sept. 8 Sat., Sept. 14 Tues., Sept. 17 Sat., Sept. 21 Sun., Sept. 22 Sat., Sept. 28 Tues., Oct. 01 Sat., Oct. 05 Sun., Oct. 06 Fri., Oct. 11 Sun., Oct. 13 Fri., Oct. 18 Sun., Oct. 20 Fri., Oct. 25 Sun., Oct. 27 Fri., Nov 01 Nov. 7-9

Kent State Ball State Vermont Longwood* DAVIDSON * James Madison Rider Radford * WAKE FOREST Richmond VCU Davidson * Liberty * Temple Penn RADFORD * LIBERTY * LONGWOOD * NorPac Tournement

at Harrisonburg, Va. 11 a.m. at Harrisonburg, Va 11 a.m. at Davidson, N.C. 11:30 a.m. at Farmville, Va. 12 p.m. BOONE, N.C. 4:30 p.m. at Harrisonburg, Va. 1 p.m. at Harrisonburg, Va. 1 p.m. at Radford, Va 1 p.m. BOONE, N.C. 6:30 P.M. at Richmond, Va. 12 p.m. at Richmond, Va 1 p.m. at Davidson, N.C 6:30 p.m. at Lynchburg, Va. 3 p.m. at Philadelphia, Pa. 3 p.m. at Philadelphia, Pa 12 p.m. BOONE, N.C. 4 p.m. BOONE, N.C. 12 p.m. BOONE, N.C. 4:30 p.m at Lynchburg, Va. TBA

*- NorPac contests Home matches in GOLD CAPS All times are Eastern and subject to change Check appstatesports.com for the most up-to-date schedule

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey 2013 ROSTER No. Name

Pos. Class

00 Jordan Yaukey GK 1 Robbi Jensen F/M 3 Jessi Stuart F 4 Sophia Tikson F 5 Lindsay Amador F 6 Lynnae Luettich F 7 Lane Flynn F 9 Laura Malinoski D 10 Charlotte Kirwan M 12 Dana Wetmore M 14 Anna Copsey F 15 Katie Minogue F 17 Emily Knapp F 21 Jordan Van Cleave M 22 Hanna French F 23 Casten Farr F 24 Jordyn Warren F 25 Caroline Phillips F 26 Marissa O’Brien D 93 Cristina Ceppi GK 99 Sarah Anderson GK

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

Hometown /High School(Previous) Carlisle, Pa./Big Spring Ridgeway, Va. /Carlisle Middletown, Pa. /Lower Dauphin Worthington, Ohio/Thomas Worthington McLean, Va./Langley Belgrade, Maine/Messalonskee Silver Spring, Md./James Hubert Blake Easthampton, N.J./Rancocas Valley Regional (Ball State) Bethesda, Md. /WalterJohnson Bethlehem, Pa /Freedom Clemmons, N.C. /West Forsyth Chapel Hill, N.C./Carrboro Great Falls, Va. /Langley Louisville, Ky./Ballard Dayton, Ohio /Oakwood Virginia Beach, Va./ Frank W. Cox Allentown, Pa. /William Allen Delmar, Del. /Delmar Yorktown, Va./Tabb Vienna, Va. /James Madison Louisville, Ky. /Kentucky Country Day

Coaches Head Coach: Brandi Alexander Kist, Eighth Season (Pennsylvania, 2003) Associate Head Coach: Carrie Hanshue Austin, Seventh Season (West Chester, 2006) Asstistant Coach: Jenna Taylor, First Season (James Madison, 2013)

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey 2013 SEASON PREVIEW Appalachian State University field hockey brings a team with a mix of inexperience and upperclassmen into its 2013 campaign, returning thirteen players from last season, but also adding seven newcomers. App State will look to improve on its 3-15 record and fifth place finish in the Northern Pacific Field Hockey Conference (NorPac) East Division last season. Brandi Alexander Kist enters her eighth season at the helm and will depend on leadership from her two seniors to guide the team.

Dana Wetmore

GOALKEEPERS Senior Sarah Anderson will take the top spot between the pipes for the Black and Gold this season. The Louisville, Ky. native started all 18 matches last season, posting a .673 save percentage with 140 saves. OFFENSE The junior duo of Jessi Stuart and Dana Wetmore will be looked upon to lead the team offensively for the second year in a row. Stuart, a Middletown Pa. native, had three goals and three assists, while Wetmore, a Bethlehem, Pa. native, led the team with six goals on the season. Senior Emily Knapp, a Great Falls, Va. native, and junior Jordyn Warren, a Allentown, Pa. native, will use their experience to lead the team offensively. Knapp appeared in and started all 18 matches for the Mountaineers, recording three assists, while Warren scored three goals and appeared in all 18 matches. Sophomores Lindsay Amador, Anna Copsey, Hanna French and Caroline Phillips will build on their promising freshmen seasons, as they each appeared in all 18 matches.

DEFENSE Junior Laura Malinoski anchors the backline for the Apps. The Easthampton, N.J. native started 16 games last season, recording one defensive save. Appalachian will also rely on freshman Marissa O’Brien on defense. The Yorktown, Va. native holds her high school record for most defensive saves in a season.

Jordyn Warren

NEWCOMERS Appalachian State welcomes seven freshmen to this year’s squad. Alexander Kist brings in four forwards, one midfielder, one defensive player and one goalkeeper. Virginia Beach, Va. native, Casten Farr helped lead her team to a second place finish in the state championship during her senior season, while Lynnae Luettich finished her senior season with 16 goals and 10 assists at Massalonskee High School in Belgrade, Maine. Chapel Hill, N.C. native Katie Minogue was named all-conference her senior year, while fellow forward Sophia Tikson ended her prep career by being named first team all-Ohio at Thomas Worthington High School of Worthington, Ohio. Louisville, Ky. native, Jordan Van Cleave should provide a threat offensively for the Apps playing midfield while Marissa O’Brien will be expected to step up as the only defensive freshman. The lone freshman goaltender Jordan Yaukey, a native of Carlisle, Pa., recorded nine shut-outs and 108 saves her senior season.

Emily Knapp

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey MEET THE MOUNTAINEER COACHING STAFF

BRANDI ALEXANDER KIST

Head Coach Eighth Season at Appalachian Pennsylvania, 2003

Head coach Brandi Alexander Kist enters her seventh season at the helm of Appalachian State’s field hockey program in 2013. During the 2012 campaign Alexander Kist coached both Hanna French and Caroline Phillips to a NorPac Rookie of the Week award and Casey Lammando and Lesley Thomas to the all-conference team. In 2011 Alexander Kist coached one player to all-conference accolades, including Jessi Stuart who won four NorPac Rookie of the Week awards. Another hallmark of Alexander Kist’s seven previous squads at Appalachian has been excellence in the classroom. In seven seasons at the helm, Alexander Kist has had 85 NFHCA National All-Academic Team honorees, and recently posted a perfect 1000 multi-year Academic Progress Rate score for eligibility and retention of student-athletes. Prior to becoming head coach at Appalachian in 2006, Alexander Kist served as an assistant coach at Appalachian under Mandy Latz in 2005. Before her arrival in the High Country, Alexander Kist spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo. As a member of the staff at Lindenwood, Alexander Kist helped guide the team to a winning record in each of her two years. In 2003, the Lions claimed the KIT Conference Championship and followed that in 2004 with an appearance in the Independent Schools Postseason Tournament. Alexander Kist played collegiately at the University of Pennsylvania, where she was named the team’s Most Improved Player in 2001 and served as team captain in 2002. Alexander also participated with the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Alexander Kist graduated from Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in classical studies in 2003. She received a master’s degree in sports management from Lindenwood University in June 2005.

ALEXANDER’S HEAD COACHING RECORD YEAR-BY-YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

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.100 .167 .105 .286 .263 .100 .170

THE ALEXANDER KIST FILE Education Pennsylvania, 2003 B.A., Classical Studies Lindenwood, 2005 (St. Charles, Mo.) Master’s, Sport Management Playing Experience 1999-2002 Pennsylvania 2002 University of Technology (Sydney, Australia) Coaching Experience 2003-04 Lindenwood (graduate asst. coach) 2005 Appalachian State (asst. coach) 2006-pres. Appalachian State (head coach)

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey MEET THE MOUNTAINEER COACHING STAFF

CARRIE HANSHUE AUSTIN

Associate Head Coach Seventh Season at Appalachian West Chester, 2006

Carrie Hanshue begins her seventh season on the Mountaineers’ field hockey coaching staff. Working primarily with the goalkeepers the past six seasons, Hanshue helped Denise Adams to 162 saves in 2007 and Bridgette Street to 224 saves in 2009, 162 in 2010 and 147 saves in 2011. Under Hanshue’s tutelage, both Street and Adams rank in Appalachian’s top-10 for career saves and Street earned all-NorPac honors in the 2010 campaign. Prior to moving to the High Country, Hanshue coached at her alma mater West Chester University for one season. She has also coached in the U.S. Futures program from 2003-2007 and since 2009, where she serves as the head coach for the goalkeeping site. During the 2010 summer session, she served as the head coach and site director. Hanshue played collegiately at West Chester as a goalkeeper. She earned second team all-Mideast Region in 2004 and was the team’s MVP. She is the West Chester record holder for career saves, with 553. She won a gold medal in 2001 with the USA National Under-18 team at the Montreal Cup and participated with the USA Field Hockey camps from 2000-05. She works as the head goalkeeper coach at her alma mater’s summer camp as well. Hanshue graduated from West Chester in 2006 with a degree in political science.

JENNA TAYLOR

Assistant Coach First Season at Appalachian James Madison, 2013 Jenna Taylor will begin her first season as an assistant coach on the Appalachian State field hockey coaching staff after finishing a successful playing career at James Madison. Taylor joins the Mountaineer coaching staff after finishing up her senior season as a midfielder for the Dukes. During her career, Taylor was named first team all-CAA her junior and senior seasons. She tallied 16 assists and three goals in 75 appearances during her career. In her senior campaign, she earned second team NFHCA all-South Region honors, was selected to the NFHCA Division I senior game and a CAA Commissioner’s academic award recipient. Taylor graduated from JMU in 2013 with a degree in psychology.

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SARAH ANDERSON

REDSHIRT-SENIOR GOALKEEPER LOUISVILLE, KY. KENTUCKY COUNTRY

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2012: Started all 18 matches for the Mountaineers in the goal…posted 140 saves on the season for a .673 save percentage…named NorPac East Defensive Player of the Week two straight weeks…posted a career-high 18 saves against Wake Forest…earned her first career shut out against Ball State (Oct. 14). 2011: Made seven appearances as a reserve goalkeeper ... made a season-high six saves against Rider ... tallied three saves at Louisville and Davidson. 2010: Appeared in five games as a reserve goalkeeper ... posted a season-high four saves against Siena ... made two saves at Lock Haven ... earned NHFCA national academic honors. 2009: Did not see action as a true freshman. High School: Three-year letterman in field hockey at Kentucky Country Day ... named to the senior all-star team, All-Kentucky Select second team, and was a nominee for the Bunny Daughtery Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2008 ... also lettered four times in softball and three times in basketball.

EMILY KNAPP

SENIOR FORWARD GREAT FALLS, VA. LANGLEY

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2012: Appeared in and started all 18 matches for the Mountaineers…had three assists on the season, which tied for second on the team…recorded seven shots, putting four on goal…boasted a .571 shots on goal percentage… named to the NorPac All-Academic Team…posted one assist against VCU, Radford and Longwood. 2011: Made an appearance in all 20 games and started the final five games of the season ... recorded seven shots and four shots on goal. 2010: Played in all 19 games including seven starts, as a true freshman ... netted her first collegiate goal in the season-opener against Ball State ... earned NorPac East Division rookie player of the week honors for her two goals vs. Ball State ... recorded an assist against Limestone ... led the Mountaineer freshmen with five points. High School: Named first-team all-district as a senior after leading her high school team to the district finals ... led her squad in scoring as a senior with 15 goals and seven assists.

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LAURA MALINOSKI

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JUNIOR DEFENSE EASTHAMPTON, N.J. RANCOAS VALLEY REGIONAL/BALL STATE 2012: Saw action in 17 matches, starting 16…posted one assist on defense…had one shot on goal on the season…recorded one defensive save against Liberty…only assist came against Liberty (Oct. 26). 2011 (Ball State): Appeared in and started all 20 games as a true freshman...finished second on the team in goals and assists...ranked sixth in the nation for defensive saves. High School: Four year starter on both the field hockey and softball teams at Rancocas Valley Regional High School...received Rookie of the Year honors in her freshman season...named first team All-Liberty Division twice... was named to the second team All-Burlington Conference as a junior...earned first team All-Burlington Conference and first team All-South Jersey in her senior campaign...named team captain twice and voted team MVP in her senior season. Personal: Full name is Laura Elise Malinoski...daughter of Gary and Terri Malinoski...secondary education major.

JESSI STUART

JUNIOR FORWARD MIDDLETOWN, PA. LOWER DAUPHIN

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2012: Started all 18 matches for Appalachian in the 2012 season…had three goals, which was good for a tie for fourth on the team…posted three assists, which tied for second on the team…notched nine points on the season…put 19 shots on goal for a .655 shots on goal percentage…knotted a goal and an assist in the Apps victory over Penn (Sept. 9). 2011: Made 19 appearances including 11 starts ... named NorPac East Rookie of the Week three times ... led the team in points (13), goals (5), and assists (3) ... netted her first collegiate goal in the season-opener at VCU ... recorded a season-best four points at Davidson. High School: Was a four-time softball and three-time varsity-letter winner ... led Lower Dauphin to a state championship in 2009 ... was named all-star as a junior in softball. Personal: Full name is Jessi Deborah Stuart ... daughter of Ron and Julie Stuart.

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JORDYN WARREN

JUNIOR FORWARD ALLENTOWN, PA. WILLIAM ALLEN

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2012: Appeared in all 18 matches, starting one…scored three goals in the 2012 season…tallied six points with 18 shots, 14 of which were on goal for a team-high .778 shots on goal percentage…had three shots and one goal against Georgetown (Aug. 25). 2011: Did not see action as a freshman. High School: Was a three-time varsity-letter winner ... was a member of the Marojoka club team. Personal: Full name is Jordyn Nicole Warren ... daughter of John and Malissa Jean Warren.

DANA WETMORE

JUNIOR MIDFIELDER BETHLEHEM, PA. FREEDOM

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2012: Started all 18 matched for Appalachian in 2012…led the team with her six goals…had two assists on the season…put 14 shots on net, which was good for a .400 shots on goal percentage…ranked second on the team with 14 points on the season…received the Julie Nagel Extraordinary Teammate award…had one goal in the Mountaineers win over Ball State (Oct. 14). 2011: Appeared in all 20 games including 19 starts ... was named NorPac East Rookie of the Week for back-to-back weeks in Sept. ... netted her first collegiate goal at Delaware ... tied for second on the team with two assists. High School: Earned all-conference honors as a junior and senior ... named team most valuable player as a junior and senior ... was a four-year soccer and field hockey varsity-letter winner. Personal: Full name is Dana Robin Wetmore ... daughter of Don and Marilyn Wetmore ... plans to major in communications disorders.

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LINDSAY AMADOR

SOPHOMORE FORWARD/MIDFIELDER MCLEAN, VA. LANGLEY

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2012: Appeared in 18 matches, starting two for the Apps…scored one goal on the season…put 10-of-19 shots on goal for a .526 shots on goal percentage, ranking her fourth on the team…only goal of the season came against Longwood (Oct. 7). High School: Earned all-state honorable mention as she helped her team win the 2010 Colorado State Championship ... was named second team all-Liberty District as a senior ... finished her prep career with 13 goals and 12 assists. Personal: Full name is Lindsay Brewster Amador...daughter of Richard Amador...nursing major.

CRISTINA CEPPI

SOPHOMORE GOALKEEPER VIENNA, VA. JAMES MADISON

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2012: Came in off the bench in six matches for the Mountaineers…played 79:31 minutes between the pipes in her freshman season…made three saves in her time in net…made one save each against William and Mary, Miami and Longwood. High School: Earned U.S. Field Hockey Futures Elite selection as a senior ... was a member of the U.S. Field Hockey National Futures Championship as a sophomore and junior ... tabbed first-team all-district as a junior and senior ... was named all-state honorable mention as a senior ... tallied a career-best 120 saves as senior and made 110 stops as a junior. Personal: Full name is Cristina P. Ceppi...daughter of Ricardo and Darla Ceppi...health science major.

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ANNA COPSEY

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SOPHOMORE FORWARD CLEMMONS, N.C. WEST FORSYTH

2012: Appeared in all 18 matches, starting 12…did not have any shots in her freshman campaign…earned her first career start against Georgetown (Aug. 26). High School: Earned first-team all-conference as a senior ... was awarded four varsity-letters in field hockey and track and field, and also lettered twice in swimming ... played club field hockey for the N.C. Triad and was coached by Melissa Martin. Personal: Full name is Anna Rachel Copsey...daughter of Stephen and Sue Copsey.

LANE FLYNN

REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN FORWARD SILVER SPRINGS, MD. JAMES HUBERT BLAKE

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2012: Redshirted in the 2012 season. High School: Named second-team all-Burtonsville Gazette as a senior...earned scholar-athlete honors as a sophomore ... recorded 24 goals throughout her prep career ... tabbed team captain for her club team, Capitol Pegasus, under the direction of Lloyd Conyers. Personal: Full name is Lane Ann Flynn...daughter of Robert and Mary Flynn...exercise science major.

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HANNA FRENCH

SOPHOMORE FORWARD DAYTON, OHIO OAKWOOD

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2012: Started all 18 matches for the Apps…scored one goal and had one assist on the season…posted five shots with two on goal for a .400 shots on goal percentage...earned NorPac Rookie of the Week honors one time…had the game winning goal against Ball State (Oct. 14). High School: Named Wendy’s Field Hockey High School Heisman recipient ... earned first-team all-conference as a senior and second-team as a junior ... led the conference with 11 assists as junior and senior ... tabbed all-Ohio academic accolade from sophomore year through senior year ... was named to the East Coast all-tournament team as a freshman ... played club ball for the Columbus Coyotes and helped lead her team to a 2010 Keystone State Games championship ... was a four year varsity-letter winner in field hockey and track and field. Personal: Full name is Hanna Richters French...daughter of James and Leigh French.

ROBBI JENSEN

SOPHOMORE FORWARD RIDGEWAY, VA. CARLISLE

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2012: Saw action in 16 matches, starting two…had one shot on goal…earned first career start against Georgetown…only shot of the season came against Georgetown (Aug. 25). High School: Was a four-time all-conference honoree in field hockey and tennis ... earned all-state accolade as a sophomore, junior and senior ... recorded 24 goals, and 11 assists as a senior and 20 goals and 12 assists as a junior ... was named team most valuable player in all years with the tennis team. Personal: Full name is Robbi Elisabeth Jensen...daughter of Rob and Lisa Jensen...major is undecided.

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CHARLOTTE KIRWAN

SOPHOMORE MIDFIELDER BETHESDA, MD. WALTER JOHNSON

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2012: Appeared in seven matches off the bench for the Black and Gold…did not record a shot in her freshman season. High School: Scored eight goals as a senior ... was a varsity-letter winner in field hockey and lacrosse ... played club field hockey for the Jackals Field Hockey. Personal: Full name is Charlotte Ann Kirwan...daugher of Patrick and Karen Kirwan...education major.

CAROLINE PHILLIPS

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SOPHOMORE FORWARD DELMAR, DEL. DELMAR WALTER JOHNSON 2012: Appeared in all 18 matches as a freshman, starting 13…ranked third on the team with four goals and tied for second on the team with three assists…put nine shots on net for a .360 shots on goal percentage…ranked third on the team with her 11 points on the season…posted one game winning goal...garnered NorPac Co-Rookie of the Week honors one time…notched the game winning goal and notched two assists against Saint Louis (Sept. 3). High School: Earned first-team all-state as junior and senior ... tabbed all-conference and all-region accolades as a senior ... scored 31 goals and dished out 8 assists in her senior year ... earned first-team all-state honors in 2011 in softball ... named all-conference twice in softball. Personal: Full name is Caroline Elizabeth Philips...daughter of Robert and Lorie Philips...criminal justice major.

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LYNNAE LUETTICH

FRESHMAN FORWARD BELGRADE, MAINE MESSALONSKEE

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High School: Four-year letterman and starter in field hockey at Messalonskee High School … Named all-state and all-conference as a senior … played in the McNally Senior All-Star game … finished her senior season with 16 goals and 10 assists … was named to the all-conference rookie team as a freshman … played club ball for the Mid-Maine Majestix and qualified for the NIT tournament in 2012 and 2013 … was also a two-year letter winner in lacrosse … named all-conference rookie as a junior in lacrosse. Personal: Full name is Amy Lynnae Luettich … daughter of Amy and Scott Luettich.

KATIE MINOGUE

FRESHMAN FORWARD CHAPEL HILL, N.C. CARRBORO

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High School: Four-year letter winner in field hockey at Carrboro High School … named all-conference as a freshman and senior … named to the state all-star team as a sophomore and senior … was voted rookie of the year her freshman season … played club ball for Carolina All Star field hockey … also lettered three times in lacrosse. Personal: Full name is Katherine Laura Minogue … daughter of Mike and Valerie Minogue.

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CASTEN FARR

FRESHMAN FORWARD VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. FRANK W. COX

High School: Named all-beach district as a junior and senior … led her team to a second place finish in the state championship during her senior campaign … played club ball for the Saints Hockey Rocks and helped lead her team to a 2013 NIT tournament qualification … selected to the National Futures Tournament team in both 2011 and 2012 … earned varsity-letters in basketball and soccer. Personal: Full name is Casten Marie Farr…daughter of John and Angela Farr.

MARISSA O’BRIEN

FRESHMAN DEFENSE YORKTOWN, VA. TABB

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High School: Lettered four times in field hockey at Tabb High School … named all-state as a senior … was selected honorable mention all-state as a junior … named all-district and all-region during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons … holds the school record for most defensive saves in a season … played club ball for the Peninsula Youth Field Hockey Association … named team captain of her club team as a junior and senior … was also a four-year letter winner in soccer and track and field. Personal: Full name is Marissa Margaret O’Brien … daughter of Fred and Christine O’Brien.

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SOPHIA TIKSON

FRESHMAN FORWARD WORTHINGTON, OHIO THOMAS WORTHINGTON

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High School: Prepped at Worthington High School...named rookie of the year as a freshman...earned honorable mention all-conference as a junior...garnered first team all-Ohio, all-Ohio and to the all-star team in her senior campaign. Personal: Full name is Sophia Elizabeth Tikson...daughter of Scott and Susan Tikson...major is undecided

JORDAN VAN CLEAVE

FRESHMAN MIDFIELDER LOUISVILLE, KY. BALLARD

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High School: Four-year letter winner in field hockey at Ballard High School … named to the KY select 1st team and state all-tournament team as a senior … was voted to the all-star team during her junior and senior seasons … helped lead her team to district championships as a freshman and senior … was a two time captain … was selected as a Miss Kentucky Field Hockey nominee and an All-American nominee … played club ball for the International Field Hockey Club of Kentucky … also lettered three times in lacrosse … was a two time defensive player of the year in lacrosse. Personal: Full name is Jordan Leigh Van Cleave … daughter of Scott and Lisa Van Cleave.

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JORDAN YAUKEY

FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER CARLISLE, PA. BIG SPRING

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High School: Three-year letter winner in field hockey at Big Spring High School … named to the Mid Penn Colonial 1st team her junior and senior campaigns … was selected to the Patriot News Big 11 Harrisburg team and All Sentinel 1st team as a senior … was named defensive MVP as a junior and senior … helped lead her team to a Colonial League division championship as a senior ... recorded nine shut-outs and 108 saves her senior season … played club ball for Key State Field Hockey Club. Personal: Full name is Jordan Marie Yaukey … daughter of Dean and Katie Yaukey.

2013 MOUNTAINEERS - BY STATE/COUNTRY Pennsylvania (4) Jessi Stuart – Middletown Jordyn Warren – Allentown Dana Wetmore - Bethlehem Jordan Yaukey - Carlisle Virginia (6) Lindsay Amador - McLean Cristina Ceppi - Vienna Casten Farr - Virginia Beach Robbi Jensen - Ridgeway Emily Knapp – Great Falls Marissa O’Brien - Yorktown Maryland (2) Lane Flynn - Silver Springs Charlotte Kirwan - Bethesda

Kentucky (2) Sarah Anderson – Louisville Jordan Van Cleave - Louisville Ohio (2) Hanna French - Dayton Sophia Tikson - Worthington Delaware (1) Caroline Phillips - Delmar Maine (1) Lynnae Luettich - Belgrade New Jersey (1) Laura Malinoski - Easthampton

North Carolina (2) Anna Copsey - Clemmons Katie Minogue - Chapel Hill

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey ALL-TIME ROSTER Denise Adams............................................ 2006-09 Dana Albercio............................................ 1989-90 Robin Albertson...............................................1980 Wendy Albrecht...............................................1980 Kelly Allaband....................................... 2008-2010 Lindsay Amador...........................2012-Pres Barbara Anderson.................................... 1978-81 Sarah Anderson.......................... 2009-Pres Grace Angel.......................................................1978 Booke Angellella..............................................2011 Pat Arnette.........................................................1972 Laura Babineau......................................... 1988-89 Norena Baird.............................................. 1968-69 Liz Baldwin.................................................. 1980-83 Leigh Bass.................................................... 1993-94 Jennifer Beecher.................................. 1999-2002 Suzanne Bell............................................... 1980-82 Jeri Berg..............................................................1970 Ashley Bergeron...............................................2002 Rachel Bergman........................................ 1994-96 Jane Berrier................................................. 1970-72 Marisa Betts........................................... 1979-1980 Miki Bingham............................................. 1995-97 Kim Blackwell............................................. 1994-97 Pam Blum................................................... 2003- 06 Dona Bodine.............................................. 1980-83 Julie Bostick.......................................................1989 Amber Boot.................................2012-Pres. Georgia Boyd............................................. 1977-78 Cheryl Brewer...................................................1975 Jennifer Broderick.................................... 1993-96 Nara Brookes.............................................. 2000-03 Katy Brookman.......................................... 1993-94 Babs Brown................................................. 1981-82 Susan Brown............................................... 1977-79 Denise Bruce.............................................. 1979-82 Erin Budd............................................................2001 Bridgette Burkhardt................................. 2000-03 Jessica Burkhardt...................................... 2000-01 Cathy Busby................................................ 1973-74 Allison Butterworth........................................1982 Francie Callaway....................................... 1983-84 Dianne Campbell...................................... 1977-78 Lindsay Carman........................................ 2007-09 Lynn Carrino............................................... 1982-85 Kim Carter................................................... 1982-83 Gin Carver..........................................................1976 Cristina Ceppi.............................2012-Pres. Lisa Charney.......................................... 2009-2010 Anne Caverly.....................................................1975 Quantina Chau..................................... 2005-2008 Stephanie Childress............................ 2008-2011 Jodi Chrystal............................................... 1995-97 Renee Clemmons..................................... 1984-86 Barry Clyatt................................................. 1992-95 Janet Cochran...................................................1968 Colleen Colledge...................................... 1981-82 Connie Colozzi........................................... 1981-84 Anna Copsey...............................2012-Pres. Jan Corcoran.....................................................1968 Megan Corradino..................................... 1993-96 Caitlin Counts....................................... 2007-2010 Pat Cox.......................................................... 1969-70 Kathi Coy............................................................1982 Angie Coyne............................................... 1994-95 Carrie Crigler.....................................................1999 Debbie Crisp............................................... 1972-74 Allyson Culhane........................................ 1981-83 Jill Cummings...................................................1977 Chelsea Dailey.......................................1997,1999 Donna Daniels..................................................1970 Jenell Davis............................................ 2006-2008 Karen Davis........................................................1968 Kate Davis...........................................................1995 Sandra Davis............................................... 1968-69 Jeanne Decker........................................... 1968-70 Luann DeGroat.......................................... 1987-90 Jenn Delph............................. ...........................2011 Kate DeMarco............................................ 1992-95 Dianne Dennis........................................... 1970-71 Sharon Desch....................................................1968 Page Dillard.......................................................1977 Soyka Dobush............................................ 1979-81 Kelsey Dorset................................... 2008-Pres Pam Duncan......................................................1975 Patt Dunn.................................................... 1971-74 Jennifer Dutton......................................... 1992-93 Linda Eaton........................................................1969 Kara Eckert.........................................................2010

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Debra Edwards.................................................1968 Erin Elam............................................................1976 B. English............................................................1973 Pat Ernst..............................................................1976 Tammy Everhardt..................................... 1990-93 Dana Fabretti............................................. 1996-99 Tara Fachada.............................................. 1993-95 Glenda Farley....................................................1985 Sue Fawsett................................................. 1995-98 Barbara Felty.............................................. 1974-77 A. Fern..................................................................1972 Lil Fesperman............................................. 1971-73 Maria Fiordelino...............................................1981 Shannon Fitzpatrick.................................2003-06 Lane Flynn...................................2012-Pres. Mary Jo Forde...................................................1977 Rachel Fosnaugh.............................................1999 Annette Fortune....................................... 1969-71 Kathy Foster................................................ 1976-79 Penny Frazier.............................................. 1984-87 Hanna French..............................2012-Pres. Lisa Fromm................................................. 1990-92 Liz Fuller..............................................................1972 Linda Fullword........................................... 1969-71 Christy Funai.....................................................1991 Jean Gant............................................................1988 Kate Garnet................................................. 2007-09 Siobhan Garrison.............................................1998 Gin Garver..........................................................1975 Shea-la Gatz.......................................................2011 Adrienne Gerhart..................................... 2001-03 Heather Gleason....................................... 1995-98 Mistye Godsey..................................................1982 Alison Gradischer................................ 2004-2007 Sandra Grant.....................................................1968 Ashley Green.....................................................2005 Missy Greene.............................................. 1982-83 Margaret Greer.................................................1968 Heather Groves......................................... 1976-77 Regina Grubb....................................................1992 Fran Gunning............................................. 1969-72 Sandra Haag......................................................1968 Krista Hahn................................................. 1998-02 Megan Hall.................................................. 1984-85 Liz Hamilton......................................................1985 Vicki Hamilton..................................................1969 Cynthia Handrix...............................................1974 Trudy Harple......................................................1989 Jessica Harris......................................... 2004-2007 Jessie Harris................................................ 2006-09 Patti Hart...................................................... 1970-73 Jenny Hartwiger....................................... 1988-89 Claire Hawkins.......................................1974,1976 Kathy Heckel.............................................. 1985-88 Jenn Heiss.............................................. 2007-2010 Kim Helscel................................................. 2001-03 Heather Herrick................................................1990 Casey Hicks........................................................2000 Megan High................................................ 2010-12 Joyce Hill...................................................... 1992-95 Nancy Hilton.............................................. 1975-76 Linda Hoeffer....................................................1991 Sabra Holt............................................... 2005-2008 Claire Hopkins..................................................1976 Sara Hopkinson......................................... 1989-92 Mattie Jean Hunt...................................... 1991-93 Anne Horton.............................................. 1980-81 Candy Hutchins......................................... 1979-82 Nancy Idriso................................................ 1969-72 Cindy Ingram....................................................1979 Robbi Jensen...............................2012-Pres. Carrie Johnson........................................... 2002-05 Jennifer Johnson...................................... 1984-87 Kim Jones...........................................................1988 Lynn Kearney............................................. 1972-73 Joy Ketts....................................................... 1978-81 Dee King.............................................................1969 Kelly King............................................................1988 M. King................................................................1980 Joan Kirby.................................................... 1972-73 Lynne Kirkpatrick...................................... 1990-91 Charlotte Kirwan........................2012-Pres. Laura Kline.........................................................2002 Lauren Kloeppinger............................ 2008-2011 Emily Knapp............................... 2010-Pres. Mary Kresge................................................ 1972-74 Mary Ann Lahr........................................... 1973-75 Casey Lammando..................................... 2009-12 Caroline Lanford..............................................1989

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Peggy Langford......................................... 1969-70 Patty Lanier................................................. 1975-78 Susan Lapasnick........................................1968-70 Alicia Larkins...............................................2004-07 Micki Lawing..........................................1975,1977 Chanley Layton......................................... 1995-98 Andrea Lee.................................................. 2002-06 Sherri LeFever...................................................1980 Rebecca Leonard.............................................1970 Irene Lewis.................................................. 1968-70 Kristina Leskowitz..................................... 1993-94 C.J. Lindsey.........................................................1986 Ann Marie Long......................................... 2008-09 Anna Long.............................................. 2010-2011 Anne Lowdermilk............................................1977 Cathy Mahaffey......................................... 1976-78 Sandy Maharej........................................... 1981-83 Barbara Maier............................................. 1969-70 LauraMalinoski............................2012-Pres Vanessa Marsden...................................... 1985-88 Kathy Mayberry......................................... 1974-76 Colleen Martin........................................... 1994-96 Hannah Martin..................................... 2008-2011 Mandi Martin........................................ 1998-2001 Shannon Mayan........................................ 2002-03 Sheila McCarthy........................................ 1985-87 Beth Matherne........................................... 1996-99 Siobhan McCarthy...........................................1986 Gaye McConnell........................................ 1977-80 Leigh McCullough.............................. 1986,88-89 Elizabeth McHaffey.................................. 1975-78 Christi McKeown..............................................1988 Mo McKinney............................................. 1979-80 JoAnne McPhail...............................................1986 Libby McRainey......................................... 2006-07 Rachael Megee.......................................... 1992-94 Kasey Melton............................................. 1985-87 Annemieke Menkvel............................... 1997-98 Jennifer Meyer..................................................2005 Jeanette Miers...................................... 2006-2008 Alex Miller................................................ ......... 2011 Melissa Miller............................................. 1977-80 Becky Misner.............................................. 1985-87 Virginia Mohr....................................................1968 Elena Moore............................................... 1992-95 Mimi Moore................................................ 1973-76 Kathy Moran............................................... 1978-82 Nicole Morgan...................................... 2007-2010 Debbie Morey............................................ 1970-72 Lisa Murray.........................................................1987 Byron Morrisey.................................................1972 Erica Muschamp........................................ 2003-06 Julie Nagel................................................... 2004-05 Wanda Nash............................................... 1978-79 Melinda Neagle......................................... 1990-93 Ronnie Neuss............................................. 1978-79 Nina Norton.......................................................1971 Margaret O’Daherty................................ 1973-75 Pam O’Donohue....................................... 1977-80 Anna-Stina Ohlson..........................................1986 Teresa Outland.................................................1975 Ashley Patterson....................................... 2006-09 Laura Patterson................................................1991 Mikayla Pauson......................................... 2003-06 Kathryn Pearson........................................ 1995-97 Andrea Pelliccio........................................ 1994-97 Sandee Peltz......................................................1992 Pat Pennell.................................................. 1972-73 Leesa Pepper.............................................. 1979-82 Kimberly Perkins........................2012-Pres. Caroline Phillips.........................2012-Pres. Tammy Pickler............................................ 1978-79 Kathy Plumline.......................................... 1969-71 Pat Poole...................................................... 1983-84 Sherry Prestwood..................................... 1978-80 Katie Price............................................... 2007-2010 Irene Prue.................................................... 1984-85 Melissa Puckett.......................................... 1989-92 Eva Redfield................................................ 1980-81 Angie Reed................................................. 1986-89 Becky Reedy......................................................1998 Kathryn Reid......................................................2000 Jennifer Ridenoure.............................. 1998-2000 Lindsay Roberts......................................... 2002-05 Blair Robertson.......................................... 1985-86 Sandy Robinson...............................................1969 Robin Rogers.............................................. 1981-82 Kimberly Rohrs..................................... 1997-2000 Jennifer Roy................................................ 1992-93

Kate Ryno................................................2002-2005 Ginger Salley...............................................1978-81 Sherry Salyer.............................................. 1971-73 Becky Samuelson................................ 1992-1994 Amy Sarno.............................................. 1999-2002 Emma Schaufele.................................. 1999-2992 Nancy Schnepf.......................................... 1970-72 Allison Seigler............................................ 1982-83 Kiki Sekimachi............................................ 1982-85 Christina Settle..................................... 1998-2001 Graham Shannonhouse......................... 1987-88 Libba Shannonhouse.............................. 1987-90 Martha Shearburn...........................................1982 Brooklyn Shearer................................. 2010-2011 Winne Shelton........................................... 1984-85 Katie Shulzitksi..................................... 1997-2000 Rita Sigmon.......................................................1969 Carol Sizemore.......................................... 1975-77 Nancy Skripko............................................ 1982-85 Caroline Smith........................................... 2001-03 Erin Smith.................................................... 2003-05 Jeanne Smith....................................................1991 Shannon Smith.......................................... 1989-92 Dana Snyder......................................................2002 Alice Stafford.............................................. 1971-73 Ingrid Stamberg........................................ 1994-95 Elise Steuer................................................. 1990-91 Kathy Stevenson....................................... 1977-78 Bridgette Street.................................... 2008-2011 Jessi Stuart ................................ 2011-Pres. Kim Sullivan................................................ 1984-85 J. Sutton..............................................................1972 Diane Swanson.......................................... 1975-77 Amy Sylvester...................................................1980 Leigh Sumner............................................. 1979-80 Cindy Taylor................................................ 1986-89 Leigh Taylor................................................ 1990-91 Heather Templeton.................................. 1994-96 Amy Tharp..........................................................1989 Lesley Thomas........................................... 2009-12 Jessie Thompson................................. 2006-2008 Tracey Thompson..................................... 1984-87 Nancy Thrasher......................................... 1971-72 Jo Tice........................................................... 1974-76 Kathy Tilton........................................................1980 Donna Truit................................................. 1974-75 Cheryl Todd................................................ 1969-70 Lori Toole..................................................... 1980-83 Hannah Travlos.................................................2004 Michell Tuday............................................. 2001-03 Jessica Umstead........................................ 2000-01 Marzanne Venter...................................... 1998-99 Adelaide Verble......................................... 1972-73 Connie Wagoner..............................................1969 Jean Wagoner...................................................1970 Pat Walker.................................................... 1968-70 Emily Walls............................................. 1999-2002 Jayne Ward.................................................. 1986-88 Sue Ware.............................................................1988 Shorty Warmbroad.................................. 1975-77 Susan Warlick............................................. 1975-77 Jordyn Warren............................. 2011-Pres Lizzie Watson............................................. 2001-03 Emily Weer.................................................. 1997-99 Carol Wentworth...................................... 1969-71 Sandy Wesley....................................................1984 Dana Wetmore............................ 2011-Pres Carrie White.............................................. ..2001-01 Meredith White.................................... 1998-2000 Beverly Whitby.......................................... 1982-83 Denise Whyte............................................. 1992-93 Teresa Wigington.............................................1976 Vickie Wilkens............................................ 1971-72 Wendy Wilmont........................................ 1977-80 Alex Wise..................................................... 1998-99 Lisa Witkowski...................................... 2003-2006 Kim Wood.................................................... 1998-99 Lynn Wood........................................................ 1987 Carol Woodside................................................1981 Shebra Wortherly.............................................1979 Amanda Young..................................... 2006-2008 Christine Zanowicz............................. 2007-2010 Michelle Zarro...................................................1983 Theresa Zehnbauer.................................. 1981-84 Mary Zesk.................................................... 1994-97 Linda Zipf.................................................... 1971-73

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey OPPONENTS BALL STATE CARDINALS

DAVIDSON WILDCATS

JAMES MADISON DUKES

KENT STATE GOLDEN FLASHES

Location......................Muncie, Ind. Conference............Mid-American Head Coach.............Beth Maddox 2012 Record..............................4-14 SID...............................Jessica Souto Phone......................765-285-8242 Email.................jasouto@bsu.edu Web...............ballstatesports.com

Location................. Davidson, N.C. Conference.................NorPac East Head Coach... Ginny Sutton Turner 2012 Record..............................9-13 SID............................... Ashley Bailey Phone......................704-894-2931 Email....... asbailey@davison.edu Web..........davidsonwildcats.com

Location............ Harrisonburg, Va. Conference........................Colonial Head Coach..... Antoinette Lucas 2012 Record..............................11-8 SID........................... Devon Howard Phone......................540-568-6154 Email.......... howardbd@jmu.edu Web........................ jmusports.com

Location......................... Kent, Ohio Conference............Mid-American Head Coach.......... Kathleen Wiler 2012 Record..............................9-13 SID.........................Mollie Radzinski Phone......................330-672-8420 Email........... mradzin1@kent.edu Web............. kentstatesports.com

LIBERTY FLAMES

LONGWOOD LANCERS

PENN QUAKERS

RADFORD HIGHLANDERS

Location................. Lynchburg, Va. Conference....................NCAA Ind. Head Coach.............. Jodi Murphy 2012 Record..............................16-6 SID..............................Dwayne Groff Phone..........................................N/A Email............dsgroff@liberty.edu Web.................. libertyflames.com

Location.....................Farmville, Va. Conference.................NorPac East Head Coach.................... Iain Byers 2012 Record..............................8-13 SID...........................Ashley Robbins Phone......................434-395-2718 Email. robbinsas@longwood.edu Web..........longwoodlancers.com

Location..............Philadelphia, Pa. Conference...................Ivy League Head Coach................. Collen Fink 2012 Record................................9-8 SID..................................... Alex Faulk Phone......................215-898-1748 Email............................................N/A Web................. pennathletics.com

Location.......................Radford, Va. Conference.................NorPac East Head Coach..................Jeff Woods 2011 Record..............................2-19 SID............................... Brian Stanley Phone......................540-831-6884 Email... bmstanley@radford.edu Web................ ruhighlanders.com

RICHMOND SPIDERS

RIDER BRONCS

TEMPLE OWLS

VERMONT CATAMOUNTS

Location.................. Richmond, Va. Conference...................Atlantic 10 Head Coach................Gina Lucido 2012 Record..............................16-5 SID.............................. Kelly Shuman Phone......................804-289-8365 Email.kshuman@richmond.edu Web...........richmondspiders.com

Location.......... Lawrenceville, N.J. Conference............Metro Atlantic Head Coach............ Lori Hussong 2012 Record..............................15-6 SID............... Brian David Solomon Phone......................605-896-5135 Email........... bsolomon@rider.edu Web..........................gobroncs.com

Location..............Philadelphia, Pa. Conference.........................Big East Head Coach....... Amanda Janney 2012 Record..............................12-9 SID......................... Karen Auerbach Phone......................215-204-3850 Email....kauerbach@temple.edu Web.........................owlsports.com

Location..................Burlington, Vt. Conference...............America East Head Coach........Nicki Houghton 2012 Record..............................2-16 SID................................. Evan Roeser Phone......................802-238-9292 Email.......evan.roeser@uvm.edu Web...................uvmathletics.com

VCU RAMS

WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS

Location.................. Richmond, Va. Conference...................Atlantic 10 Head Coach................ Laura Baker 2012 Record..............................13-6 SID...................................... Scott Day Phone......................804-828-1727 Email.................... sdday@vcu.edu Web.....................vcuathletics.com

Location.......Winston-Salem N.C. Conference.............Atlantic Coast Head Coach..........Jennifer Averill 2012 Record..............................9-11 SID................................Nick Sebesta Phone......................336-758-5842 Email............... sebstnd@wfu.edu Web.......... wakeforestsports.com

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey NORPAC CONFERENCE Founded in 1982, the eight-member NorPac Conference competes at the NCAA Division 1 level in field hockey. At the end of the 2001 season, two NorPac teams were ranked in the NCAA top 20. Entering the 2008 season, the NorPac Conference is comprised of seven teams, Appalachian State, California, Davidson, Longwood, Pacific, Radford and Stanford. After fulfilling NCAA reclassification requirements, Longwood became eligible for its first conference tournament in 2007 and hosted the 2008 NorPac Championship Tournament.

In July 2008, the conference announced the addition of UC Davis as its newest member. The Aggies became eligible to compete in a full conference schedule, including the NorPac tournament, in 2009-10. In 2013, all eight institutions will compete in the NorPac Conference Championship Tournament at Liberty. The NorPac Tournament Champion will advance to an NCAA play-in game against the winner of the America East Conference, with the winner advancing to the NCAA tournament.

2012 NORPAC STANDINGS

2012 NORPAC AWARD WINNERS

EAST DIVISION

CONFERENCE OVERALL W L Pct. W L Liberty* 7 1 .875 14 5 Longwood 6 2 .750 7 12 Davidson 5 3 .625 8 11 Radford 2 6 .250 2 16 Appalachian State 0 8 .000 3 15

Division Players of the Year: East - Stacey de Grandhomme (Longwood) West - Becky Dru (Stanford)

Pct. .737 .368 .421 .111 .167

Offensive Players of the Year: East - Natalie Barr (Liberty) West - Lara Kruggel (California)

WEST DIVISION

CONFERENCE W L Pct. Stanford * # 6 0 1.000 UC-Davis 3 3 .500 California 2 4 .333 Pacific 1 5 .167

OVERALL W 12 7 6 5

L 6 11 11 12

Defensive Players of the Year: East - Sarah Fisher (Davidson) West - Kelsey Harbin (Stanford)

Pct. .667 .389 .353 .294

Maria Whitehead Rookie of the Year: Sarah Gipe (Liberty) Coach of the Year: Jodi Murphy (Liberty) Tara Danielson (Stanford)

# = Tournament Champion * = Division Champions

2012 TOURNAMENT

Thurs., Nov. 1 Gm. 1 Davidson vs. UC Davis Gm. 2 Liberty vs. Pacific Gm. 3 Stanford vs. Radford Gm. 4 California vs. Longwood

2-1 2-1(OT) 2-0 5-1

Fri. , Nov. 2 Gm. 5 UC Davis vs. Pacific Gm. 6 Liberty vs. Davidson Gm. 7 Stanford vs. California Gm. 8 Longwood vs. Radford

Sat., Nov. 3 Third Place Match Gm. 9 California vs. Davidson

6-1

Championship Match Gm. 10 Stanford vs. Liberty

3-0

5-2 3-1 6-2 2-1

2012 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS

East Division All-Conference: Stacey de Grandhomme (Longwood) Annie Evans (Davidson) Natalie Barr (Liberty) Finely Amato (Davidson) Casey Lammando (Appalachian State) Jessica Diaz (Longwood) Abbey Basom (Liberty) Alayna Versage (Radford) Lesley Thomas (Appalachian State) Sarah Fisher (Davidson)

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West Division All-Conference Lara Kruggel (California) Becky Dru (Stanford) Kelsey Harbin (Stanford) Emily Tregoning (Pacific) Alex McCawley (Stanford) Deanna Kennedy (California) Casey Wollbrinck (UC Davis) Maddie Secco (Stanford) Shannon Elmitt (California) Hope Burke (Stanford) Dulcie Davies (Stanford)

Sheryl Johnson Academic Excellence Award: Emily Trudeau (Pacific) Julie Nagle Extraordinary Teammate Award: Dana Wetmore (Appalachian State) NorPac All-Tournament Team: Becky Dru (Stanford) MVP Natalie Barr (Liberty) Lydia Brambila (UC Davis) Rachelle Comeau (California) Dulcie Davies (Stanford) Erin Dombach (Stanford) Stacey de Grandhomme (Longwood) Sidney Encarnacion (Radford) Annie Evans (Davidson) Kelsey Harbin (Stanford) Alex McCawley (Stanford) Ashlee Schlesier (Pacific)

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey 2012 STATISTICS ## Name

GP-GS G

INDIVIDUAL STATS A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PS-ATT DSV

27 Casey Lammando 18-18 5 6 12 Dana Wetmore 18-18 6 2 25 Caroline Phillips 18-13 4 3 3 Jessi Stuart 18-18 3 3 26 Megan High 18-11 3 1 24 Jordyn Warren 18-1 3 0 6 Amber Boot 18-16 2 2 13 Lesley Thomas 18-17 2 1 22 Hanna French 18-18 1 1 17 Emily Knapp 18-18 0 3 5 Lindsay Amador 18-2 1 0 9 Laura Malinoski 17-16 0 1 1 Robbi Jensen 16-2 0 0 99 Sarah Anderson 18-18 0 0 93 Cristina Ceppi 6-0 0 0 19 Kimberly Perkins 5-0 0 0 14 Anna Copsey 18-12 0 0 10 Charlotte Kirwan 7-0 0 0 Total........... 18 30 23

16 8 .625 6 .750 1 0-0 0 14 35 .171 14 .400 0 0-0 0 11 25 .160 9 .360 1 0-0 0 9 29 .103 19 .655 0 0-0 0 7 11 .273 8 .727 0 0-0 0 6 18 .167 14 .778 0 0-0 0 6 3 .667 2 .667 0 0-0 1 5 14 .143 9 .643 0 0-0 0 3 5 .200 2 .400 1 0-0 0 3 7 .000 4 .571 0 0-0 0 2 19 .053 10 .526 0 0-0 0 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 1 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 83 177 .169 98 .554 3 0-0 2

## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 99 Sarah Anderson 18-18 1214:13 68 5.04 140 .673 3 15 0 1.0 93 Cristina Ceppi 6-0 79:31 10 11.32 3 .231 0 0 0 0 TM Team - 0:00 0 0.00 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 Total...... 18 1293:44 78 5.43 145 .650 3 15 0 1 Opponent.... 18 1293:44 30 2.09 68 .694 15 3 0 3 TEAM STATS SHOT STATISTICS APP OPP GOALS BY PERIOD Goals-Shot attempts 30-177 78-315 Appalachian Goals scored per game 1.67 4.33 Opponents Shot pct. .169 .248 Shots on goal 98-177 223-315 SHOTS BY PERIOD SOG pct. .554 .708 Appalachian Shots/Game 9.8 17.5 Opponents Assists 23 46 PENALTY CORNERS 88 139 SAVES BY PERIOD PENALTY STROKES 0-0 0-0 Appalachian Opponents PENALTIES Green cards 11 8 PENALTY CORNERS Yellow cards 1 2 Appalachian Red cards 0 0 Opponents ATTENDANCE Total 596 977 Dates/Avg Per Date 5/119 7/140 Neutral Site #/Avg 6/81 appstatesports.com

1st 2nd OT OT2 TOTAL 16 13 1 0 30 35 42 0 1 78 1st 2nd OT OT2 TOTAL 74 97 6 0 177 158 151 3 3 315 1st 2nd OT OT2 TOTAL 70 72 1 2 145 21 45 2 0 68 1st 2nd OT OT2 TOTAL 36 48 4 0 88 72 63 1 3 139

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey 2012 RESULTS Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Conf. Attend Aug 25 vs Georgetown L 2-3 0-1-0 0-0-0 80 Aug 26 vs William and Mary L 2-7 0-2-0 0-0-0 86 Sep 01 vs Robert Morris L 1-3 0-3-0 0-0-0 79 Sep 03 vs Saint Louis W 3-2 1-3-0 0-0-0 58 Sep 09 vs Penn W-OT 3-2 2-3-0 0-0-0 86 Sep 14 at #13 Wake Forest L 0-8 2-4-0 0-0-0 203 Sep 16 vs VCU L 3-4 2-5-0 0-0-0 95 Sep 22 Delaware L 1-2 2-6-0 0-0-0 110 * Sep 23 Davidson L 3-5 2-7-0 0-1-0 117 * Sept 30 Radford L-2OT 2-3 2-8-0 0-2-0 119 * Oct 02 at Davidson L 0-4 2-9-0 0-3-0 102 * Oct 07 Longwood L 4-5 2-10-0 0-4-0 137 Oct 12 at Miami L 1-9 2-11-0 0-4-0 120 Oct 14 at Ball State W 2-0 3-11-0 0-4-0 * Oct 19 at Liberty L 1-8 3-12-0 0-5-0 175 * Oct 21 at Radford L 0-2 3-13-0 0-6-0 255 * Oct 26 Liberty L 1-3 3-14-0 0-7-0 113

Goals scored (assist) Jordyn Warren (unassisted) Megan High (Lammando) Amber Boot (unassisted) Megan High (Thomas) Jordyn Warren (unassisted) Caroline Phillips (Jessi Stuart) Casey Lammando (Phillips) Dana Wetmore (Phillips) Jordyn Warren (Jessi Stuart) Jessi Stuart (unassisted) Casey Lammando (unassisted) Jessi Stuart (unassisted) Dana Wetmore (Knapp; Boot) Caroline Phillips (unassisted) Dana Wetmore (Casey Lammando) Lesley Thomas (unassisted) Caroline Phillips (French) Megan High (Stuart) Dana Wetmore (Lammando;Knapp) Jessi Stuart (High) Lindsay Amador (Lammando) Casey Lammando (Wetmore) Casey Lammando (unassisted) Casey Lammando (Wetmore) Lesley Thomas (Phillips) Hannah French (Lammando) Dana Wetmore (unassited) Hanna French (Lammando) Dana Wetmore (unassisted) Amber Boot (Lammando) Dana Wetmore (Malinoski)

* Oct 28

Caroline Phillips (Boot;Knapp)

at Longwood

* - Conference

L

1-8

3-15-0

0-8-0

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey ALL-CONFERENCE HONOREES // YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS ALL-CONFERENCE HONOREES 1983 Lynn Carrino Soyka Dobush Nancy Skripko Leigh Sumner Michelle Zaro Terry Zehnbauer 1984 Lynn Carrino Kathy Heckel Sheila McCarthy Kasey Melton Irene Prue Kiki Sekimachi Winnie Shelton Nancy Stipko Kim Sullivan Tracey Thompson 1985 Lynn Carrino Irene Prue Kiki Sekamachi Winnie Shelton Tracey Thompson

1986 Luann Degroat Kathy Heckel Sheila McCarthy Siobhan McCarthy Kasey Melton Angie Reid

1989 Dana Aberico Laura Babineau Luann Degroat Libba Shannonhouse Shannon Smith

1990 1987 Dana Aberico Luann Degroat Lisa Fromm Kathy Heckel Sara Hopkinson Kasey Melton Melissa Puckett Angie Reid Libba Shannonhouse Libba Shannonhouse Shannon Smith Jayne Ward 1991 1988 Mattie Jean Hunt Luann Degroat Rachel Megee Kathy Heckel Melissa Puckett Vanessa Marsden Shannon Smith Graham Shannonhouse Elise Steuer Libba Shannonhouse Jayne Ward 1992 Barry Clyatt Mattie Jean Hunt Rachel Megee Melissa Puckett Shannon Smith Elise Steuer

1995 Jen Broderick Jodi Chrystal Barry Clyatt Tara Fachada 1996 Jen Broderick Jodi Chrystal Megan Cordino 1997 Miki Bingham Jodi Chrystal Dana Fabretti Andrea Pelliccio 1998 Suzanne Fawsette Heather Gleasam Chanley Layton Beth Matherne 1999 Dana Fabretti Beth Matherne Kim Rohrs Katie Shultzitski

2000 Meredith White

2007 Alison Gradischer

2001 Christina Settle Malia Swieconek Emily Walls

2008 Quantina Chau Amanda Young 2009 Jessie Harris Nicole Morgan

2002 Emily Walls Nara Brookes

2010 Nicole Morgan Lisa Charney Bridgette Street

2003 Nara Brookes Bridgette Burkhardt Adrienne Gerhardt Erica Muchamp Kate Ryno

2011 Brooklyn Shearer 2012 Casey Lammando Lesley Thomas

2004 Lizzie Watson 2005 Kate Ryno Erica Muschamp 2006 Erica Muschamp

ALL-TIME TEAM RESULTS Year Won Lost Tie 1968 12 1 1 1969 11 1 1 1970 10 2 1 1971 9 3 1 1972 8 2 4 1973 5 2 5 1974 12 4 2 1975 12 4 1 1976 8 5 3 1977 10 7 7 1978 14 4 4 1979 9 9 1 1980 8 5 0 1981 13 6 5 1982 11 4 0 1983 10 8 1 1984 11 8 1 1985 12 6 0 1986 8 10 0 1987 9 10 1 1988 10 12 0 1989 5 12 0 1990 8 12 1 1991 2 10 2 1992 7 10 0

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Pct. .857 .846 .769 .750 .571 .417 .667 .706 .500 .417 .636 .474 .615 .542 .733 .526 .550 .667 .444 .450 .455 .294 .381 .143 .412

Year Won Lost Tie 1993 5 11 1 1994 2 17 0 1995 3 13 0 1996 6 12 0 1997 11 8 0 1998 12 8 0 1999 4 15 0 2000 5 14 0 2001 8 13 0 2002 5 15 0 2003 12 8 0 2004 6 14 0 2005 4 13 0 2006 2 18 0 2007 3 18 0 2008 2 17 0 2009 6 15 0 2010 5 14 0 2011 2 18 0 2012 3 15 0 Totals 372 416 46

Pct. .294 .105 .188 .333 .579 .600 .211 .263 .381 .250 .600 .428 .308 .100 .167 .105 .286 .263 .100 .167 .474

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey RECORD BOOK OFFENSE

Career Goals 1. Lynn Carrino (1982-85) 2. Debbie Morey (1970-72) 3. Sheila McCarthy (1985-87) 4. Nara Brookes (2000-03) 5. Shannon Smith (1989-92) 6. Eva Redfield (1980-81) Susan Lapasnick (1968-70) 8. Mimi Moore (1973-76) 9. Melissa Miller (1977-80) 10. Cathy Mahaffey (1976-78)

49 41 38 35 30 29 29 28 27 25

Career Assists 1. Bridgette Burkhardt (2000-03) 2. Shannon Smith (1989-92) Nara Brookes (2000-03) 4. Sheila McCarthy (1985-87) 5. Emily Walls (1999-02) Jessie Harris (2006-09) 7. Nicole Morgan (2007-10) Kasey Melton (1985-87) Jessica Harris (2004-07) 9. Kim Blackwell (1994-97) Chanley Layton (1995-98)

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Nicole Morgan

Single-Season Goals 1. Eva Redfield (1982) 2. Susan Lapasnick (1968) 3. Jan Corcoran (1968) Nara Brookes (2003) 5. Lynn Carrino (1985) Sheila McCarthy (1987) 7. Lynn Carrino (1984) Mimi Moore (1975) 9. Sheila McCarthy (1986) Cathy Mahaffey (1977)

23 21 20 20 18 18 17 17 13 13

Single-Season Assists 1. Bridgette Burkhardt (2003) 2. Nara Brookes (2003) 3. Emily Walls (2001) Jessie Harris (2008) 5. Andrea Lee (2004) 6. Kim Blackwell (1997) Chanley Layton (1998) Kim Rohrs (2000) Meredith White (2000) Lauren Kloeppinger (2010) Jenn Heiss (2010)

12 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Single-Season Points 1. Nara Brookes (2003) 2. Eva Redfield (1981) 3. Susan Lapasnick (1968) 4. Sheila McCarthy (1987) 5. Lynn Carrino (1985) 6. Lynn Carrino (1984) 7. Mimi Moore (1975) 8. Sheila McCarthy (1986) 9. Shannon Smith (1990) 10. Cathy Mahaffey (1977)

48 46 42 40 37 35 34 30 29 26

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Career Points 1. Lynn Carrino (1982-85) 2. Sheila McCarthy (1985-87) 3. Nara Brookes (2000-03) 4. Debbie Morey (1970-72) 5. Shannon Smith (1989-92) 6. Eva Redfield (1980-81) Susan Lapasnick (1968-70) 8. Mimi Moore (1973-76) 9. Melissa Miller (1977-80) 10. Nicole Morgan (2007-10)

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Single-Season Save Percentage 1. Libba Shannonhouse (1990) 2. Mattie Jean Hunt (1993) 3. Winnie Shelton (1985) 4. Mattie Jean Hunt (1991) 5. Ingrid Stamberg (1993) 6. Ingrid Stamberg (1995) 7. Mattie Jean Hunt (1992) 8. Lisa Murphy (1987) 9. Libba Shannonhouse (1988) Ingrid Stamberg (1994)

.927 .901 .881 874 .863 .846 .844 .838 .834 .834

Single-Season Saves 1. Libba Shannonhose (1990) 2. Mattie Jean Hunt (1991) 3. Ingrid Stamberg (1995) 4. Ingrid Stamberg (1994) 5. Mattie Jean Hunt (1993) 6. Bridgette Street (2009) 7. Malia Sweiconek (2000) 8. Chelsea Dailey (1999) 9. Kate Ryno (2003) 10. Mattie Jean Hunt (1992)

381 327 259 247 246 224 179 174 170 168

Career Save Percentage 1. Mattie Jean Hunt (1990-93) 2. Libba Shannonhouse (1987-90) 3. Ingrid Stamberg (1994-95) 4. Winnie Shelton (1984-85) 5. Malia Swieconek (2000-01) 6. Kathryn Pearson (1995-97) 7. Becky Misner (1985-87) 8. Bridgette Street (2008-2011.) 9. Chelsea Dailey (1997-99)

.876 .867 .856 .844 .768 .760 .753 .738 .736

Bridgette Street

Career Saves 1. Libba Shannonhouse (1987-90) 2. Mattie Jean Hunt (1990-93) 3. Bridgette Street (2008-2011) 4. Ingrid Stamberg (1994-95) 5. Kate Ryno (2002-05) 6. Chelsea Dailey (1997-99) 7. Malia Sweiconek (2000-01) 8. Kathryn Pearson (1995-97) 9. Denise Adams (2007-09) 10. Winnie Shelton (1984-85)

776 741 603 588 497 382 334 317 208 202

Note: Records based on available stats from 1983-present Goal scoring records date back to 1986

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Appalachian State University field hockey not only takes pride in its accomplishments on the field, but for the performance of its student-athletes in the classroom as well. The Mountaineer program has established a tradition of academic success, and its scholastic achievements over the past 16 years rival that of any program in the country. Since 1994, Appalachian has placed 155 student-athletes on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) academic squad, including a recordtying 15 in 2011. And to be eligible for the squad, a student athlete must have a GPA of 3.30 or higher. The 2008, ‘09, and ‘10 squads were also honored with an NFHCA team award, in recognition of the team’s overall GPA above 3.0. Appalachian State University field hockey was honored in 2011-12 with an NCAA Public Recognition Award for its latest Academic Progress Rate (APR) score released by the NCAA. Teams honored by the NCAA earned multiple Academic Progress Report (APR) scores in the top 10 percent for the past four years. The most recent APR scores are multi-year rates based on the scores from the 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, and 2010-11 academic years. Appalachian was one of eight Southern Conference institutions to have a team honored with the Public Recognition Award . The APR is designed to provide a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the academic progress of each student-athlete. The APR includes eligibility, retention and graduation in the calculation and provides a clear picture of the academic culture in each sport. High performing teams recieving awards posted APR scores ranging from 965 to a perfect 1000.

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CFHCA/NFHCA NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD HONOREES

1994 Carolyn Bass Tara Fachada 1995 Tara Fachada

1996 Miki Bingham 1997 Miki Bingham Kathryn Pearson 1998 Siobahn Garrison Jennifer Ridenoure Kim Rohrs Alex Wise 1999 Chelsea Daily Krista Hahn Mandi Martin Kim Rohrs Alex Wise 2000 Jennifer Beecher Mandi Martin Jennifer Ridenoure Kim Rohrs Christina Settle Katie Shultzitski Malie Swieconek 2001 Erin Budd Krista Hahn Mandi Martin Christina Settle Malia Swieconek 2002 Krista Hahn Kim Helscel Carrie Johnson Laura Kline Andrea Lee Lindsay Roberts Kate Ryno Amy Sarno Dana Snyder 2003 Kim Helscel Michelle Tuday Carrie Johnson Lindsay Roberts Kate Ryno Shannon Fitzpatrick Erica Muschamp Andrea Lee Erin Smith 2004

Pam Blum Shannon Fitzpatrick Alison Gradischer Jessica Harris Kim Helscel Carrie Johnson Andrea Lee Erica Muschamp Julie Nagel Mikayla Paulson Lindsasy Roberts Kate Ryno Erin Smith Hannah Travlos Michelle Tuday 2005 Quantina Chau Shannon Fitzpatrick Alison Gradischer Jessica Harris Sabra Holt Carrie Johnson Andrea Lee Jennifer Meyer Erica Muschamp Mikayla Paulson Kate Ryno Erin Smith 2006 Quantina Chau Shannon Fitzpatrick Elise Goodrich Alison Gradischer Jessica Harris Jessie Harris Sabra Holt Andrea Lee Jeanette Miers Erica Muschamp Ashley Patterson Mikayla Paulson Jessica Thompson Lisa Witkowski 2007 Alison Gradischer Jess Harris Quantina Chau Kate Garnet Jessie Harris Jen Heiss Sabra Holt Libby McRainey Jeannette Miers Katie Price Jessica Thompson Christine Zanowicz 2008 Kelly Allaband Quantina Chau Stephanie Childress Kelsey Dorset

Kate Garnet Jessie Harris Sabra Holt Lauren Kloeppinger Hannah Martin Jeanette Miers Katie Price Bridgette Street Jessie Thompson Amanda Young Christine Zanowicz 2009 Stephanie Childress Kelsey Dorset Kate Garnet Jessie Harris Lauren Kloeppinger Casey Lammando Hannah Martin Lesley Thomas Christine Zanowicz 2010 Kelly Allaband Sarah Anderson Lisa Charney Stephanie Childress Kelsey Dorset Jenn Heiss Lauren Kloeppinger Emily Knapp Casey Lammando Anna Long Hannah Martin Christine Zanowicz 2011 Kelly Allaband Sarah Anderson Brooke Angellella Stephanie Childress Kelsey Droset Shea-la Gatz Megan High Lauren Kloeppinger Emily Knapp Anna Long Hannah Martin Alexandria Miller Jessi Stuart Jordyn Warren Dana Wetmore 2012 Lindsay Amador Sarah Anderson Amber Boot Cristina Cep Anna Copsey Lane Flynn Hanna French Megan High Emily Knapp Dana Wetmore

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey DR. JAN WATSON

ASU placed 57 players on the Deep South All-Star team during Watson’s tenure.

Field hockey was introduced at Appalachian State University in the fall of 1968. The first intercollegiate sport for the female population on campus, Appalachian’s field hockey program is one of the oldest in the state of North Carolina. The success of the field hockey program at Appalachian is a direct result of the hard work and dedication of Dr. Jan Watson. Dr. Watson served as head field hockey coach from the inaugural season in 1968 through 1972 and again from 1974 until 1983. Under Dr. Watson’s direction, Appalachian’s field hockey enjoyed an unparalleled level of success. In 15 years as head coach, she posted an impressive win-loss record of 157-65-32. Her 157 wins remain a school record.

Dr. Watson’s participation in college athletics goes far beyond her work at Appalachian. One of the most prominent advocates for the advancement of women’s athletics in the country, Watson co-founded the Deep South Field Hockey Association with Ruth Reid of Furman and also served as the association’s first president. Watson also served as treAppalachianrer of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women, which disbanded in 1983. Dr. Watson was inducted into the Appalachian Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008.

Watson’s Year-by-Year Records 1968 12-1-1 1969 11-1-1 1970 10-2-1 1971 9-3-1 1972 8-2-4 1974 12-4-2 1975 12-4-1 1976 8-5-3

1977 10-7-7 1978 14-4-4 1979 9-9-1 1980 8-5-0 1981 13-6-5 1982 11-4-0 1983 10-8-1 Total 156-65-32

The Dr. Jan Watson Endowed Scholarship In 1993, the Women’s Field Hockey Endowment was founded to provide a venue by which former players, friends, and supporters of the program could assist with the program’s scholarship efforts. In 1997, the endowment was renamed the Dr. Jan Watson Endowment for Field Hockey in recognition of the contributions Dr. Watson has made to the Field Hockey program at Appalachian. Currently, the endowment has a cash value of over $42,000 with an additional $30,000 in pledges resulting from the University’s “Campaign for the

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS CHARLIE COBB In his ninth year at Appalachian State University, director of athletics Charlie Cobb has spearheaded perhaps the most successful and ambitious period in the University’s decorated athletics history. Of Cobb’s many achievements in his nine years at Appalachian State, the most notable came in March when Appalachian accepted an invitation to join the NCAA Division I FBS Sun Belt Conference. For many of the University’s most ardent supporters, the announcement that Appalachian would join the Sun Belt on July 1, 2014 capped a years- and even decades-long quest for all 450-plus Mountaineer student-athletes to compete at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics. However, the Sun Belt invitation is just the tip of the iceberg with regards to Cobb’s many accomplishments at Appalachian State. The achievements enjoyed by Appalachian athletics during Cobb’s tenure also include: • Three NCAA Division I football national championships — marking the first time that any program has ever won three-consecutive NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS — formerly Division I-AA) titles and the first NCAA football championships ever won by a team from the state of North Carolina at any level. • Shattering football attendance records at Kidd Brewer Stadium with crowds surpassing “The Rock’s” permanent seating capacity for each of Appalachian’s 46 regular-season home games since Cobb’s arrival in 2005. • A 298-percent increase in football season-ticket sales. • Eight-consecutive Commissioner’s Cup championships — recognizing the top overall men’s sports program in the Southern Conference. • Four Germann Cup championships — recognizing the top overall women’s sports program in the SoCon. • Sweeping the Commissioner’s and Germann Cups in the same academic year four times — a feat never achieved by any other SoCon school. • Thirty-five percent of the athletics department’s students making the Academic Honor Roll (minimum GPA of 3.25). • Student-athletes achieving a combined 3.0 grade point average for both semesters of the 2012-13 academic year. • Seven of 20 varsity programs (football, men’s basketball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, field hockey, women’s indoor and outdoor track and field) earning public recognition awards, based on ranking among the top 10 percent nationally in their respective sports in Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. • The Yosef Club, which provides scholarship and facility support for student-athletes, setting fundraising records each of the past eight years. Annual Yosef Club donations, which never topped $700,000 prior to Cobb’s arrival, surpassed the $3 million mark for the first time in 2012-13. The most visible of Cobb’s many achievements at Appalachian State has been the addition of first-class facilities that give the Mountaineers the opportunity to be successful across the athletics spectrum for years to come. A wave of facility enhancements totaling $50 million were completed in 2009, headlined by the 120,000-square-foot Appalachian Athletics Center. The seven-story complex, located behind Kidd Brewer Stadium’s west stands, includes new football offices and locker room, a strength and conditioning center, training facilities, academic study space and computer lab for all student-athletes, as well as revenue-generating premium seating in the form of 600 club-level seats and 18 luxury suites. The facility enhancements also included other significant renovations to The Rock. A new ticket plaza, which serves as a grand entrance to the stadium, as well as ornamental fencing that replaced the chain-link barriers that used to surround the stadium and field were completed before the 2007 season, while a 4,400-seat upper deck on the stadium’s east side and substantial upgrades to the east and south concourses were completed prior to the ‘08 campaign. In addition to the renovations at Kidd Brewer Stadium, the campaign also produced new homes for Mountaineer baseball (Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium), softball (Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium) and soccer (at the Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex), as well as the Apps’ first-ever indoor practice facility (Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility) and renovations to Varsity Gym that have upgraded the facility to a premier practice and competition venue for Appalachian basketball, indoor track and field, volleyball and wrestling. With the $50 million in facilities enhancements, all 20 of Appalachian’s intercollegiate sports teams now practice and compete in facilities that have either been built or renovated since the turn of the millenium. While Cobb is quick to point out the “total team effort” put forth to achieve the many successes that have been enjoyed since he began his tenure as Appalachian State’s director of athletics on July 1, 2005, it is the experience, vision and work ethic of the 45-year-old Cobb that has steered the Moun-

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taineers to new heights. Cobb’s peers recognized him for his efforts when the National Collegiate Athletics Directors Association (NACDA) named him the NCAA Division I FCS Southeast Region Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year in 2011. He also serves on numerous NCAA and Southern Conference committees, most notably the NCAA Division I Football committee that he currently chairs. Prior to his arrival in Boone, Cobb was a member of the athletics department at North Carolina State University from 1998-2005. A four-year football letterwinner at NC State from 1987-90, Cobb served as the Wolfpack’s senior associate athletics director for external operations for the seven years prior to his arrival in Boone. In that role, he oversaw NC State’s marketing, ticket operations, media relations and student-athlete development operations, as well as serving on the department’s compact strategic planning initiative, gender equity and facilities committees. During his tenure, NC State increased football season-ticket sales by 87 percent and men’s basketball season-ticket sales by 121 percent. The combined ticket revenues accounted for an annual increase of over 86 percent for Wolfpack athletics, generating more than $6 million for the department. In addition, Cobb served as NC State’s administrator for baseball and women’s soccer, tournament manager for the 2004 NCAA men’s basketball first and second rounds at the RBC Center and the chair for the southeast region of the NCAA women’s soccer committee. Prior to returning to his alma mater in ‘98, Cobb spent six years in Atlanta, Ga., where he held positions with the Atlanta Sports Council, the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl and the Georgia Dome. As an assistant executive director for the Atlanta Sports Council and the Peach Bowl, he helped coordinate Atlanta’s bid for the 2002 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and handled all game and event operations for the Peach Bowl. As sales manager for the Georgia Dome from 1994-97, Cobb helped procure events such as the Southeastern Conference football championship, the SEC and Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournaments, NCAA men’s basketball championship events, Georgia High School Association football playoffs, major concerts and other college and amateur sporting events. Cobb graduated with honors with a B.A. in business administration from NC State in 1990. A second-team all-ACC honoree at center as a senior, Cobb was an academic all-ACC selection and collected the prestigious Jim Tatum Award, presented to the ACC football senior with the highest grade point average, and the Bob Warren Memorial Award, given to the Wolfpack football player that displays the highest integrity and sportsmanship. After receiving post-graduate scholarships from both the ACC and NFL Charities, Cobb earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1992. Cobb is married to the former Lindsay Brecher, who was an all-ACC goalkeeper for NCSU women’s soccer from 1988-90 and serves as an assistant coach for Appalachian’s women’s soccer program. The Cobbs have a 15-year-old son, Harrison, and a 12-yearold daughter, Branan.

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Who We Are Nestled in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Appalachian State University combines the best attributes of a small liberal arts college with those of a large research university. Known for its value and affordability, Appalachian enrolls more than 17,300 students and offers more than 150 undergraduate and graduate majors. Small classes and close interactions between faculty and students create a strong sense of community, which has become an Appalachian hallmark.

Points of Pride RELEVANT DEGREE PROGRAMS Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music, nursing, education and other careers. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the fields of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences. QUALITY ACADEMICS In its 2012 America’s Best Colleges Guide, U.S. News & World Report ranked Appalachian No. 3 among the top public master-degree granting universities in the South. Appalachian was also included in The Princeton Review’s 2011 “The Best 373 Colleges” publication based on academics as well as student surveys that praised the accessibility of the university’s faculty, quality of academic programs and value. VALUE AND AFFORDABILITY Appalachian consistently is named a best value by Forbes, The Princeton Review, Consumer’s Digest and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine for providing a high quality education at the lowest cost to students. Committed to making higher education affordable for every N.C. student, Appalachian offers the ACCESS scholarship program, which has supported students from the state’s lowest-income families by offering a debt-free, four-year university education. The university also includes a textbook rental program that saves a student hundreds of dollars during their undergraduate career.

OUTSTANDING FACULTY Ninety-nine percent of Appalachian’s full-time faculty hold doctorate, first professional degree, or other terminal degrees. SMALL CLASSES, PERSONAL ATTENTION Personal attention from faculty is a hallmark of the Appalachian experience. Classes average 25 students. This close-knit “community of learners” contributes to Appalachian having a freshman-to-sophomore retention rate of 87 percent. INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS With study abroad opportunities on nearly every continent, Appalachian students have access to approximately 200 foreign sites for semester and yearlong programs of study. CONTRIBUTORS TO KNOWLEDGE Appalachian encourages students to participate in undergraduate research alongside their professors and showcase this work at regional, national and international conferences. In 2012, 30 student abstracts – the most ever from Appalachian – were selected for presentation at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR), held at Utah’s Weber State University. This was a 50 percent increase in participation from the 2011 conference.

ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE CAMPUS Appalachian was included in The Princeton Review’s 2012 “Guide to 286 Green Colleges” as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible campuses, as well as Sierra Club Magazine’s 2011 list of 100 “Cool Schools,” a list of schools doing the most for the planet. The university has a STARS Gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System™ (STARS). Appalachian demonstrates its commitment through: • an electricity-generating wind turbine on campus • a biodiesel-powered public transportation system • research and academic degree programs that focus on issues related to energy, economics and the environment • a commitment to new buildings that are efficiently designed and LEED® certified and that use 100 percent green housekeeping supplies • hosting the Appalachian Energy Summit in July 2012 that brought together leaders from all UNC institutions to chart a sustainable energy strategic path to help achieve climate neutrality by 2050 PASSIONATE AND SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI Appalachian has more than 100,000 living alumni who are leaders in their communities and professions in North Carolina and around the world. They exemplify how Appalachian can and does make a difference in the world.


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Who We Are Nestled in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Appalachian State University combines the best attributes of a small liberal arts college with those of a large research university. Known for its value and affordability, Appalachian enrolls more than 17,300 students and offers more than 150 undergraduate and graduate majors. Small classes and close interactions between faculty and students create a strong sense of community, which has become an Appalachian hallmark.

Points of Pride RELEVANT DEGREE PROGRAMS Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts, communication, music, nursing, education and other careers. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the fields of energy-focused green technology and the health sciences. QUALITY ACADEMICS In its 2012 America’s Best Colleges Guide, U.S. News & World Report ranked Appalachian No. 3 among the top public master-degree granting universities in the South. Appalachian was also included in The Princeton Review’s 2011 “The Best 373 Colleges” publication based on academics as well as student surveys that praised the accessibility of the university’s faculty, quality of academic programs and value. VALUE AND AFFORDABILITY Appalachian consistently is named a best value by Forbes, The Princeton Review, Consumer’s Digest and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine for providing a high quality education at the lowest cost to students. Committed to making higher education affordable for every N.C. student, Appalachian offers the ACCESS scholarship program, which has supported students from the state’s lowest-income families by offering a debt-free, four-year university education. The university also includes a textbook rental program that saves a student hundreds of dollars during their undergraduate career.

OUTSTANDING FACULTY Ninety-nine percent of Appalachian’s full-time faculty hold doctorate, first professional degree, or other terminal degrees. SMALL CLASSES, PERSONAL ATTENTION Personal attention from faculty is a hallmark of the Appalachian experience. Classes average 25 students. This close-knit “community of learners” contributes to Appalachian having a freshman-to-sophomore retention rate of 87 percent. INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS With study abroad opportunities on nearly every continent, Appalachian students have access to approximately 200 foreign sites for semester and yearlong programs of study. CONTRIBUTORS TO KNOWLEDGE Appalachian encourages students to participate in undergraduate research alongside their professors and showcase this work at regional, national and international conferences. In 2012, 30 student abstracts – the most ever from Appalachian – were selected for presentation at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR), held at Utah’s Weber State University. This was a 50 percent increase in participation from the 2011 conference.

ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE CAMPUS Appalachian was included in The Princeton Review’s 2012 “Guide to 286 Green Colleges” as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible campuses, as well as Sierra Club Magazine’s 2011 list of 100 “Cool Schools,” a list of schools doing the most for the planet. The university has a STARS Gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System™ (STARS). Appalachian demonstrates its commitment through: • an electricity-generating wind turbine on campus • a biodiesel-powered public transportation system • research and academic degree programs that focus on issues related to energy, economics and the environment • a commitment to new buildings that are efficiently designed and LEED® certified and that use 100 percent green housekeeping supplies • hosting the Appalachian Energy Summit in July 2012 that brought together leaders from all UNC institutions to chart a sustainable energy strategic path to help achieve climate neutrality by 2050 PASSIONATE AND SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI Appalachian has more than 100,000 living alumni who are leaders in their communities and professions in North Carolina and around the world. They exemplify how Appalachian can and does make a difference in the world.


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Chancellor Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock

Athletics Representative Dr. Alan Hauser

Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became Appalachian State University’s sixth chancellor in July 2004. During his tenure, Appalachian has experienced significant growth in the overall quality of its academics and has launched new or enhanced initiatives in the areas of healthcare and the nexus of energy, the environment and economics. Prior to his appointment as chancellor, Dr. Peacock served at Appalachian as interim provost and executive vice chancellor. He joined the faculty in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business Department of Accounting in 1983 and served as dean of the college from 1992-2003. Previously, he taught at the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia and worked for the accounting firm of Price Waterhouse & Co. He received his undergraduate degree in accounting at Mars Hill College and his master’s and doctorate degrees in accounting at Louisiana State University. Chancellor Peacock serves on the American Council of Education’s Board of Directors, the NCAA Division I Presidential Advisory Group, Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors, Homes for Children Board of Directors and Leadership North Carolina Board of Directors. He chairs the North Carolina Campus Compact Executive Board and was named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

Dr. Alan J. Hauser is in his 27th year as Faculty Chairperson of Athletics at Appalachian State University. Appointed to the position in October 1986, Hauser has served on the Athletic Council since 1979. Hauser came to Appalachian as an assistant professor of philosophy and religion in 1972. He served as chairperson of Appalachian’s Philosophy and Religion Department from 1982 until 1997. A member of numerous committees since joining the faculty, Hauser served 12 years on the Faculty Senate, including two years as chairperson. He also chaired the Faculty Assembly for three years. A 1967 graduate of Concordia Teachers College, Hauser earned a master’s degree from Concordia Seminary in 1968 and his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 1972. Hauser currently chairs the NCAA Academics, Eligibility and Compliance cabinet and is also a member of its Degree Completion committee. He formerly served as the Southern Conference’s delegate to the NCAA Division I Management Council. Hauser and his wife Gail, who is the Assistant Director of Summer Sessions at Appalachian State, have four daughters: Debi, Staci, Elizabeth and Jacqueline.


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Appalachian Timeline 1899 1903

Dougherty brothers founded Watauga Academy

1921

North Carolina legislature authorized the Appalachian State Normal School two-year college program

1929

North Carolina legislature authorized the Appalachian State Teachers College four-year program

1948

North Carolina Commission on Higher Education authorized the ASTC Graduate School

1967

North Carolina legislature authorized Appalachian State University, with three undergraduate colleges

1971

University of North Carolina system created; Appalachian named one of its regional campuses

1982 1993 2001 2004 2005 2006

Enrollment exceeded 10,000 students

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Football team won NCAA Division I National Championship a third time

North Carolina legislature recognized The Appalachian Training School of Teachers as a state institution

Dr. Francis T. Borkowski became chancellor TIME Magazine named Appalachian a College of the Year Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became chancellor Football team won NCAA Division I-AA National Championship Enrollment exceeded 15,000; football team won NCAA Division I-AA National Championship a second time

Enrollment exceeded 16,000 State’s largest electricity-generating wind turbine installed on campus New College of Health Sciences opened New College of Education building opened

Appalachian Today Enrollment 17,344 students in Fall 2011 15,460 undergraduate 1,884 graduate Top Represented N.C. Counties Wake Mecklenburg Watauga Guilford Forsyth Catawba States most represented North Carolina Georgia Virginia Florida Tennessee South Carolina Academics College of Arts and Sciences Walker College of Business Reich College of Education College of Fine and Applied Arts College of Health Sciences Hayes School of Music University College Cratis D. Williams Graduate School More than 150 undergraduate and graduate majors, plus a doctoral program in educational leadership Fall 2011 Average Freshman SAT: 1141 Student/Faculty Ratio: 17-to-1 Estimated 2012-13 Undergraduate Expenses $12,428 for in-state students and $24,476 for out-of-state students. Includes tuition, fees, room, standard meal plan and textbook rental


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University Leadership CHANCELLOR Kenneth E. Peacock

PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR Lori Gonzalez

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Bradley T. Adcock CEO Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NC Durham, N.C.

Avery B. Hall, Sr. Senior Vice President/Business Banker Wachovia Bank Kernersville, N.C.

James M. Rose, Sr. CEO Leasing Services II, Inc. Shelby, N.C.

J. Edgar Broyhill Businessman Winston-Salem, N.C.

Martin H. Lancaster Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP Cary, N.C.

Michael A. Steinback Operating Partner Stonebridge Partners Asheville, N.C.

Helen A. Powers Trustee Emeritus Retired businesswoman Asheville, N.C.

G. A. Sywassink Chairman and CEO Standard Holding Corporation Hilton Head, S.C.

Alice G. Roess Real estate/mortgage investor/ community volunteer Blowing Rock, N.C.

Matthew J. Szulik Retired businessman Raleigh, N.C.

Jeannine Underdown Collins President Underdown and Associates Boone, N.C. Jake L. Cox President • Student Government Assoc. Boone, N.C. Frank A. Daniels, Jr. Former President Southern Newspaper Publishers Association / N.C. Press Association Raleigh, N.C.

Brenda White Wright Former President and CEO Girls Incorporated Kingsport, Tenn.

CONSTITUENCY REPRESENTATIVES (NON-VOTING) Andy M. Koch Faculty Senate Chair Department of Government & Justice Studies

Samuel H. Powers President Alumni Association

Katherine A. Sbarbaro Staff Senate Chair Department of Sociology

ASSISTANT SECRETARY Kathy B. Roark Office of the Chancellor


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Boone, North Carolina Boone lies in a small valley in the heart of the Southern Appalachians. It is named after the hunter and explorer Daniel Boone, who spent time in the region during the 1760s. Watauga County was formed in 1849 and the Town of Boone incorporated in 1872. Among its accolades are inclusion in National Geographic Adventure magazine’s “Best Places to Live and Play,” Norman Crampton’s “100 Best Small Towns in America,” USA Today’s “10 Great Small Towns with Huge Backyards” and U.S. News and World Report’s “10 Best Places to Retire in the U.S.” Boone is a college town, home to Appalachian State University. Originally Watauga Academy, the institution was formed to educate the mountain children and to ultimately prepare teachers for service through western North Carolina. It became Appalachian State Teachers College in 1929 and joined the University of North Carolina system in 1971. The university serves as a top economic driver followed by a combination of tourism, small business and residential home construction. The Boone area is characterized by mountain culture and casual living. Outdoor activities, cultural events, local dining and unique shops attract visitors from all over the world year-round. From breathtaking scenic views to Boone’s eclectic downtown area, known as King Street, there is something for everyone. One of the highlights of downtown Boone is the university’s Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. It features six gallery spaces and a community education and outreach program. Its exhibitions focus on a blend of recent and historically important artwork and feature nationally and internationally renowned artists as well as many of the finest artists of the region. A wide array of quality arts and cultural events enhance the Boone community. The university’s month-long celebration of performing and visual arts, known as An Appalachian Summer Festival, has brought notable performers such as Paul Taylor Dance Company, London City Opera, Charlie Daniels and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. During the academic year, Appalachian hosts the Performing Arts Series with artists such as Garrison Keillor and the National Symphony Orchestra. Boone offers an uncommon quality of life – that’s why many visitors come for a weekend and stay for a lifetime.

Boone At a Glance… • • • • •

The county seat of Watauga County Population: approximately 15,000 Incorporated in 1872 Named for its most famous seasonal visitor, Daniel Boone One of four North American Adventure Destinations – Adventure Sports magazine • Average summer temperature: 70 degrees • “Choose and Cut” Christmas tree industry sells approximately 13,000 Fraser Fir trees annually • One of the lowest annual unemployment rates in the Southeast

What’s Visible from Kidd Brewer Stadium

State’s Largest Wind Turbine – This community-scale, 100-kilowatt wind turbine stands 153 feet and feeds enough electricity directly to the grid to power 15 homes. It was paid for primarily through student funds and in partnership with the university-affiliated utility, New River Light and Power. Aside from producing clean energy, the turbine serves as an educational monument to Appalachian’s ethic of sustainability. Howard Knob – Located just a half mile from downtown Boone, this peak has an elevation of 4,420 feet. It was named for Benjamin Howard, a Revolutionary War loyalist who fled to a cave there to escape American patriots. Source: North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places Rich Mountain – One of 20 North Carolina mountains bearing this name, the Watauga County ridge extends northwest from Boone. It is named for its unusually fertile though rugged slopes. Source: North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places


2012 APPALACHIAN STATE VOLLEYBALL

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2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey Media Guide  

The 2013 Appalachian State Field Hockey Media Guide includes coach and player bios, complete record book, as well as a season outlook and ot...

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