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Game Six

Game Seven

Wisconsin-Milwaukee - 2-2-2 Milwaukee, Wis.

Friday, Sept. 11 - 7:00 pm Engelmann Field

Marquette - 3-2-0 Milwaukee, Wis.

Sunday, Sept. 13 - 2:15 pm Date 08/21 08/28 08/30 09/04 09/06 09/11 09/13

09/18 09/18 09/20 09/20 09/24 09/27 10/01 10/04 10/01 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/06

11/13 11/15 11/20 11/27 12/04 12/06

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Opponent Time/Result (19) SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 4-0, W (17) at Georgia (16) 0-2, L (17) at Kennesaw State 1-0, W (19) Tennessee 0-0 O2, T (19) North Dakota State 4-0, W (23) at UW-Milwaukee 7:00 PM (23) at Marquette 2:15 PM Minnesota Gold Classic Montana vs. North Dakota 4:30 PM NEVADA 7:00 PM Nevada vs. North Dakota 10:30 AM MONTANA 12:30 PM IOWA * 7:00 PM at Illinois * 1:00 PM at Wisconsin * 7:00 PM SOUTH DAKOTA 1:00 PM at Purdue * 1:00 PM PENN STATE * 7:00 PM OHIO STATE * 1:00 PM at Michigan * 7:00 PM at Michigan State * 12:00 PM NORTHWESTERN * 7:00 PM INDIANA * 7:00 PM NCAA Tournament at NCAA 1st Round TBA at NCAA 2nd Round TBA at NCAA Sweet 16 TBA at NCAA Elite 8 TBA at NCAA College Cup TBA at NCAA College Cup TBA

All Times Central Schedule subject to change Home matches in ALL CAPS All home matches played at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium * Big Ten match () number in parentheses before is Minnesota Rank, after is opponent rank

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BORDER BATTLE The Golden Gophers are set for a tough stretch with a road trip to Milwaukee, Wis. this weekend. On Sept. 11, Minnesota takes on Wisconsin-Milwaukee at 7:00 p.m., and on Sept. 13 they match up with Marquette at 2:15 p.m. Each of the Golden Gophers neighbors to the east were NCAA Tournament participants last season.

THE RECORDS Wisconsin-Milwaukee is riding two straight losses and a 2-2-2 overall record into the weekend, while Marquette lost their last match and sits at 3-2-0 on the season. Before meeting Minnesota, Marquette will host WisconsinGreen Bay on Sept. 10.

THE SERIES The Golden Gophers and Panthers have met nine times in their history, and while Wisconsin Milwaukee is 1-0-1 in the last two match-ups, Minnesota leads all-time 5-2-2. The Golden Gophers and Marquette have met three times previously and Minnesota leads 2-0-1 all-time.

LAST MATCH-UP Minnesota last faced Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the 2002 season, and came away with a 2-2 tie on the road. All nine meetings between the two teams happened in the ten years prior, but they have not met since. Minnesota and Marquette ended a 14-year hiatus when they met for the first time since 1994 last season in the NCAA Tournament. Minnesota won the match by the 2-1 final.

WATCH LIVE Fans can watch live stats for each match this weekend, as well as a live video feed for the Marquette match. To access just visit Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s website at UWMPanthers.com and Marquette’s website at GoMarquette.com. LAST TIME OUT Last weekend the Golden Gophers went unbeaten with a tie and a win. First on Sept. 4, Minnesota played 110:00 scoreless minutes in a 0-0 2OT tie against Tennessee, but came back on Sept. 6 to put up a four-spot in a 4-0 win over North Dakota State.

NEXT UP Following their Milwaukee swing, the Golden Gophers return to Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium to host the annual Minnesota Gold Classic. Minnesota welcomes Montana, Nevada and North Dakota to the Classic, and will face off with Nevada and Montana on Sept. 18 and 20 respectively.

SCOUTING WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE - 2-2-2 on the season - Began season with two ties, before winning two, but have now lost their last two - Was held scoreless until their third match, when they scored a 6-0 win over Michigan - Went 18-3-2 overall in 2008 and fell it the first round of the NCAA Tournament - Posted a 7-1-0 Horizon League record to tie for first place - Won the Horizon League Tournament, outscoring opponents 13-3 in the tournament, including 6-2 in the championship match - Was a perfect 11-0-0 at home in 2008, and is 2-1-0 at home in 2009 - 2-0 home loss to Marquette this season was first home loss since late it the 2006 season - 2008 leading scorer Sarah Hagen (24G/6A) returns and has four points (1G/2A) in 2009 - Current leading scorer Kate Megna has seven points (2G/3A), and had 22 (5G/12A) last season

SCOUTING MARQUETTE - 3-2-0 on the season - Lost their opener and their most recent match, sandwiched around three striaght shutout wins - FIrst loss was to 1-2 in OT to Pepperdine, the first team outside the Top-25, and second loss was 0-1 to #5 Notre Dame - Last season went 11-8-3, and lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament - Posted a 6-3-2 record to finish in second place in the Big East in 2008 - Lost the 2008 Big East Championship match, 0-2 to Notre Dame, eventual National Runner-up - 2008 leading scorer Ashley Bares, who tallied 12 points (5G/2A), returns and has one point (0G/1A) in 2009 - 2009 leading scorer is Lindsey Page with four points (2G/0A) - 2-0-0 at home in 2009 and was 7-3-2 at home in 2008 Minnesota Soccer by The Numbers Inaugural Season 1993 Facility Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium (1,000) All-time record 182-125-20 (.587) Winning seasons 10 Home Record 97-39-9 Big Ten Record 66-68-8 Denney Wright’s Record 59-40-7 (.590) Winning seasons 3 Denney Wright at ELR 29-14-4 Denney Wright on the road 24-20-3 Denney Wright in the Big Ten 22-27-2 Denney Wright in the postseason 4-4 2008 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS


MINNESOTASOCCER BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Cat Parkhill was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Sept. 7 following her two-shutout performance in last weekend’s matches. This is the first Big Ten honor of Parkhill's career, and the first of the season for the Golden Gophers. BIG TEN LEADER Parkhill is also the Big Ten leader in shutouts with four on the season, sharing the lead with Lauren Robertson of Ohio State.

SHUTOUT STREAK The Golden Gophers are currently riding a threematch shutout steak, starting with the 1-0 win over Kennesaw State on Aug. 30. The record for consecutive shutouts is four, first set in the inaugural season of 1993. The record has been matched on three separate occasions, all coming last season. The most recent event came in a stretch from 10/26 to 11/7, and ended with the 1-2 loss to Penn State in the Big Ten Championship match.

23RD IN THE NATION Despite an unbeaten weekend the Golden Gophers continue to slip in the polls, this week falling to #23. The #23 ranking comes from the NSCAA poll while Minnesota is unranked in the Soccer Times and Soccer America polls. RECORD IN THE POLLS With their four straight week in the national polls this season, Minnesota continues to match the record set in 1995. That season the Golden Gophers went wire-to-wire in the national rankings, and 2009 is the only time since that they have opened a season ranked for four straight weeks.

7TH IN THE REGION For the second consecutive week, Minnesota lands as the #7 team in the Great Lakes Region. This week, the Golden Gophers are behind six Big Ten teams that grace the top of the poll. Currently, number one in the region is unbeaten Purdue. RANKED OPPONENTS The Golden Gophers have still faced just one ranked opponent, falling to then #16 Georgia on Aug. 28. The loss dropped Golden Gophers record to 2-12-0 against ranked teams under

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Name Cat Parkhill Katie Bethke Dana Tripp Molly Rouse Allie Phillips Shari Eckstrom Katie Shelander Marissa Price Josie Solie Sara Clancy Steph Brandt Olivia Bagnall Angie Olson Tamara Strahota Julie Rezac Kylie Kallman Katie Roberts Jennie Clark

Pos. GK F/M F F/M M M F/M M D F F M F/M F F/M D GK D

Ht. 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-7 6-0 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-10 5-8 5-7

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NEWS & NOTES

Mikki Denney Wright. Of teams currently ranked, four remain on Minnesota’s schedule in #7 Purdue, #11 Illinois, #24 Penn State and #25 Indiana.

IN THE TOURNAMENT This marks the first and only weekend this season that Minnesota matches up with two teams that played in the NCAA Tournament last season. Each of this weekend’s opponents fell in last year’s opening round. Minnesota is 1-1-1 this against last years playoff teams, beating South Dakota State, falling the Georgia, and tying Tennessee. 2008 tournament teams left to play include Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Marquette, Illinois, Penn State, and Michigan State.

SHOT ASSAULT The Golden Gophers fired off 24 shots against Kennesaw State, their highest total of the season and the most since another 24 shot performance last on 9/19/08. With six shots individually, Katie Bethke holds the second best mark in the Big Ten early in the season.

SHOOTER Katie Bethke is currently second in the Big Ten in both total shots with 19, and in shots per game with a 3.80 clip though five matches.

IN A LEAGUE OF HER OWN With two goals against North Dakota State, Molly Rouse joins eight others as the only players with a single-game high two goals this season. However, with her two assists in the season opener, she is the only player in the Big Ten this season with a two-goal match, and a two-assist match.

TOUGH TO BEAT AT THE ROBBIE Their record 13-match winning streak at Robbie Stadium came to an end with the tie to Tennessee, but after a win against North Dakota State, the Golden Gophers can still boast a 15match unbeaten streak at home. Their last home loss came on 11/8/07 to Illinois in the first round of the Big Ten tournament.

THAT IS NOT ALLOWED The Golden Gophers have allowed just two goals this season, tied with Indiana and Ohio State for second in the Big Ten. Michigan State has allowed just one goal, which leads the league.

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Hometown Apple Valley, Minn. Eau Claire, Wis. White Bear Lake, Minn. Cambridge, Minn. Vadnais Heights, Minn. Brooklyn Park, Minn. Roseville, Minn. Apple Valley, Minn. Mahtomedi, Minn. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Rochester, Minn. Lakeville, Minn. Eagan, Minn. Burnsville, Minn. Eden Prairie, Minn. Woodbury, Minn. Apple Valley, Minn. Norwalk, Iowa

Head Coach: Mikki Denney Wright, 6th season (Minnesota, ‘96) Assistants: Jerrod Roh, Krystle Kallman, Kelsey Hood

2009 BIG TEN STANDINGS (thru 9/7) Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. 1. Indiana ...............0-0-0 .000..........5-0-0 1.000 Purdue ...............0-0-0 .000..........5-0-0 1.000 Michigan State ...0-0-0 .000..........3-0-1 .. .875 4. Minnesota .........0-0-0 .000..........3-1-1 .. .700 Ohio State..........0-0-0 .000..........3-1-1 .. .700 6. Illinois.................0-0-0 .000..........2-1-1 .. .625 7. Iowa ...................0-0-0 .000..........3-2-0 .. .600 8. Wisconsin...........0-0-0 .000..........2-2-1 .. .500 9. Michigan.............0-0-0 .000..........3-3-0 .. .500 10. Penn State .........0-0-0 .000..........2-3-0 .. .400 11. Northwestern......0-0-0 .000..........1-3-1 .. .300 TAKIN’ ATTENDANCE The Golden Gophers had their first crowd over 1,000 of the season, when 1,023 packed the Robbie Stadium stands to watch Minnesota play North Dakota State. After three home matches, the Golden Gophers average attendance is at 955, second only to Penn State at 1,782.

MYSA WEEKEND AT THE ROBBIE When the Golden Gophers return home on Sept. 18 and 20, it will be MYSA Weekend at Golden Gopher Women’s Soccer. All youth wearing soccer jerseys get in free, while their parents tickets are just one dollar. Also, bring a food donation in support of Second Harvest and receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win halftime prizes including a $100 gift certificate. GET SCORE UPDATES ON YOUR PHONE Fans can get scoring updates from all of Golden Gopher athletics through the Twitter page @GopherScores. Just find and follow @GopherScores, then set up your phone or mobile device to receive the text updates. If you are not already on Twitter, you will need to create an account. FACEBOOK/TWITTER Follow the Golden Gophers on Facebook and Twitter. On Facebook search “Golden Gopher Soccer” and on Twitter search @gophersoccer.

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PLAYER NOTES AND CAREER HIGHS

#1 Cat Parkhill: Has started all five matches and played every minute ... had first career perfect weekend with shutouts over Tennessee (9/4) and North Dakota State (9/6) ... tallied a career high three saves vs. Tennessee and played a career high 110:00 minutes ... allowed first career goal and suffered first career loss vs. Georgia ... led Minnesota to second straight opening day shutout on 8/21 ... became the first freshman to start the opener in goal for the Golden Gophers since Karli Kopietz in 2002 ... one of eight players to start every match this season.

#3 Katie Bethke: Has appeared in 47 career matches and started 44 ... played in each match this season, starting the last four ... leads Golden Gophers with three goals, and six points tie Molly Rouse for the team lead ... scored 12th career goal on 9/6 against North Dakota State ... Golden Gophers are 3-0 this season when she scores ... scored first career game-winner on 8/30 vs. Kennesaw State ... took a career high six shots on 8/30 and tied a career high with four shots on goal ... 36 career points, 12 career goals, and 48 career shots on goal are most among the current team, while 12 career assists is tied with Molly Rouse as the most ... one of five players with 40+ career starts.

#5 Dana Tripp: Has appeared in 16 career matches, including four this season ... fired off her first career shot against South Dakota State after making the move from defender to forward in the offseason.

#6 Molly Rouse: Has made 41 consecutive starts (43 overall) and appeared in all 50 matches the last three seasons ... scored two goals against North Dakota State on 9/6 for the first multi-goal game of her career ... four points on 9/6 also stand as a career high ... six points on the season are tied with Katie Bethke for the team lead ... did not tally a shot against Georgia (8/28) or Kennesaw State (8/30), being held without a shot in back-to-back matches for the first time in her career ... against South Dakota State (8/21) tallied two assists for her first career multiple assist match ... has five points in three career matches against SDSU ... 100 career shots is the most among the current team while 12 career assists is tied for the most with Katie Bethke ... has 28 career points, second among current players ... 50 career matches played, 49 career shots on goal, 28 career points and eight career goals are second best among the current team ... one of five players with 40+ career starts ... one of eight players to start every match this season. #7 Allie Phillips: Has appeared in four matches this season ... including first career start in the season opener ... tallied her first career shot against Kennesaw State, finishing with three and also notched two shots on goal ... one of two true freshman in the starting line-up in the opener ... joined Olivia Bagnall as the first true freshmen to start a season opener since Katie Bethke, Kylie Kallman and Julie Rezac all started the 2007 opener. #8 Shari Eckstrom: Has made 26 career appearances, including starting all five matches this season ... tallied one of the Golden Gophers three shots on goal against Tennessee (9/4) ... set a new career best with five shots against Kennesaw State (8/30) ... tied a career high with two shots on goal on 8/30 ... earned first career start in the season opener ... one of eight players to start every match this season.

#9 Katie Shelander: Made the 33rd appearance of her career, and second of the season, on 9/6 vs. North Dakota State ... recorded first shot and shot on goal of the season on 9/6 ... two shots on 9/6 tied a career high ... made second career start on 8/21 vs. South Dakota State.

#10 Marissa Price: Made first career start on 9/4 vs. Tennessee and started again on 9/6 vs. North Dakota State ... has appeared in all five matches this season ... took first career shot on 9/4, finishing with two ... recorded first career point with an assist on 9/6.

#11 Josie Solie: Has started every match this season and made 25 career appearances ... part of a defense to pitch four shutouts, allowing just 36 shots and only nine on goal ...on 8/21 held South Dakota State without a shot in the second half ... joined Jennie Clark and Kylie Kallman as the starting back three in each match this season ... made first career start on 8/21 ... one of eight players to start every match this season. #12 Sara Clancy: Has appeared in 57 career matches and two this season ... scored first goal of the season and second career game-winner on 9/4 vs. North Dakota State ... scored on a penalty kick, which

was first PK of her career ... one of three current players with multiple game-winners ... has played in more matches than any current player ... 28 career shots is tied for fourth most among current players.

#13 Steph Brandt: Has not appeared in a match.

#14 Olivia Bagnall: Has appeared in each match this season, and started four ... tallied first career shot on 8/30 against Kennesaw State, finishing with two on the day ... started first career match on 8/21 against South Dakota State ... one of two true freshman in the starting line-up ... joined Allie Phillips as the first true freshmen to start a season opener since Katie Bethke, Kylie Kallman and Julie Rezac all started the 2007 opener.

#16 Angie Olson: Has appeared in 40 career matches with eight starts, including all five this season ... tallied a career high four shots on 9/6 vs. North Dakota State ... notched first assist of the season on 9/6 ... against South Dakota State on 8/21 scored the first goal of the match, which was the first of her career ... score came just 4:10 into the match ... only one Minnesota goal last season came in less time (1:11 vs. SDSU, 11/16) ... goal also stood as the game-winner ... two points tied a career high ... started for the first time since Aug. 26, 2008, also against SDSU ... one of eight players to start every match this season.

#19 Tamara Strahota: Has appeared in every match the last two seasons ... has nine career starts, including three this season ... took four shots on 9/4 vs. Tennessee and two on 9/6 vs. North Dakota State ... in three matches this season has four or more shots, including a season high five on 8/30 ... 15 total shots are second on the the team ... eight shots on goal lead the team ... started on 8/28 against Georgia for the first time since 11/9/08 ... tied a career high on 8/30 with three shots on goal ... fired off a team-high four shots on 8/21 against South Dakota State, landing a team-high three on goal ... scored the third goal of the match, less than five minutes into the second half ... her sixth career goal, and first non-game winning goal after all five of her goals last season were game-winners ... score in season opener was third straight regular season match with goal ... 57 career shots, 23 career shots on goal, 15 career points and six career goals are third among current players.

#20 Julie Rezac: Has appeared in 49 career matches with 46 career starts ... has missed just one match the last three seasons ... has started 12 straight matches ... tallied on shot on 9/4 vs. Tennessee ... one of just three players to record a shot on 8/28 against Georgia ... finished the match with South Dakota State on 8/21 with one point ... assist was the sixth of her career ... seven career assists and 13 career points are third best marks among current players ... 28 career shots are tied with two others as the fourth best among current players ... one of five players with 40+ career starts ... one of eight players to start every match this season.

#21 Kylie Kallman: Has started all 50 matches the last five seasons ... only player with that distinction ... tied a season high with two shots against Tennessee on 9/4 ... scored the final goal against on 8/21, a header off a corner kick ... goal was the third of her career ... joined Jennie Clark and Josie Solie as the starting back three in each match this season ... part of a defense to pitch four shutouts, allowing just 36 shots and only nine on goal ...on 8/21 held South Dakota State without a shot in the second half ... has been in the starting line-up for the last 27 Minnesota shutouts ... one of five players with 40+ career starts and only one with 50 ... one of eight players to start every match this season. #28 Katie Roberts: Has not appeared in a match.

#41 Jennie Clark: Has appeared in 48 career matches and started the last 47 ... took first shot of the season on 8/30 against Kennesaw State, as Minnesota tallied a season high 24 ... joined Kylie Kallman and Josie Solie as the starting back three in each match this season ... part of a defense to pitch four shutouts, allowing just 36 shots and only nine on goal ...on 8/21 held South Dakota State without a shot in the second half ... has been in the starting line-up for the last 27 Minnesota shutouts ... one of five players with 40+ career starts ... one of eight players to start every match this season.

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Bagnall’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ..................................................................................X P ..................................................................................X Sh .........2 ....at Kennesaw State .....................08/30/09 SOG......1 ....vs. North Dakota State ...............09/06/09

Bethke’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....12x, last at North Dakota State...09/06/09 A ...........2 ....at Northeastern...........................09/23/07 P ...........4 ....at Northeastern...........................09/23/07 Sh .........6 ....at Kennesaw State .....................08/30/09 SOG......4 ....2x, last at Kennesaw State .........08/30/09

Brandt’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ..................................................................................X P ..................................................................................X Shots ...........................................................................X SOG ............................................................................X Clancy’s Career Highs G ...........2 ....vs. Northern Iowa .......................08/22/08 A ...........1 ....vs. Creighton ..............................09/07/08 P ...........4 ....vs. Northern Iowa .......................08/22/08 S ...........5 ....vs. Central Florida ......................08/31/07 SOG......2 ....4x, last vs. North Dakota State ...09/06/09

Clark’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....2x, last at Nevada.......................09/12/08 A ..................................................................................X P ...........2 ....2x, last at Nevada.......................09/12/08 Sh .........2 ....vs. Creighton ..............................09/07/08 SOG......1 ....4x, last vs. Wisconsin .................10/24/08

Eckstrom’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....3x, last vs. Penn State ................11/09/08 A ..................................................................................X P ...........2 ....3x, last vs. Penn State ................11/09/08 Shots.....5 ....at Kennesaw State .....................08/30/09 SOG......2 ....2x, last at Kennesaw State .........08/30/09 Kallman’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....3x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 A ...........1 ....3x, last at Ohio State ..................10/19/08 P ...........2 ....3x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 Shots.....3 ....vs. Providence ............................09/09/07 SOG......1 ....9x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 Olson’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....vs. South Dakota St....................08/21/09 A ...........2 ....vs. Northern Iowa .......................08/22/08 P ...........2 ....2x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 Sh .........4 ....vs. North DakotaState ................09/06/09 SOG......1 ....4x, last vs. North Dakota St. .......09/06/09

Parkhill’s Career Highs Min ........110:00 ..vs. Tennessee ......................09/04/09 GA (H)...2 ...........at Georgia ............................08/28/09 GA (L) ...0 ...........4x, last vs. No. Dakota St.....09/09/09 Svs........3 ...........vs. Tennessee.. ....................09/04/09

Phillips’ Career Highs Goals ...........................................................................X Assists .........................................................................X Points ..........................................................................X Shots.....3 ....at Kennesaw State .....................08/30/09 SOG......2 ....at Kennesaw State .....................08/30/09

Price’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ...........1 ....vs. North Dakota State ...............09/06/09 P ..................................................................................X Sh .........2 ....vs. Tennessee.............................09/04/09 SOG ............................................................................X Rezac’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....3x, last vs. Marquette..................11/14/08 A ...........1 ....7x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 P ...........2 ....3x, last vs. Marquette..................11/14/08 Sh .........3 ....at Dartmouth...............................09/09/07 SOG......3 ....at Dartmouth...............................09/09/07

Robert’s Career Highs Min...............................................................................X GA (H) .........................................................................X GA (L) ..........................................................................X Svs ..............................................................................X Rouse’s Career Highs G ...........2 ....vs. North Dakota State ...............09/06/09 A ...........2 ....vs. South Dakota State...............08/21/09 P ...........4 ....vs. North Dakota State ...............09/06/09 Sh .........9 ....at North Dakota State .................08/31/08 SOG......6 ....vs. Purdue ..................................10/10/08 Shelander’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....vs. Montana ................................09/16/07 A ...........1 ....2x, last vs. Boston University......09/21/08 P ...........2 ....vs. Montana ................................09/16/07 Sh .........2 ....2x, last vs. North Dakota State ...09/06/09 SOG......1 ....5x, last vs. North Dakota State ...09/06/09

Solie’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ..................................................................................X P ..................................................................................X Sh .........1 ....4x, last vs. Tennessee ................09/04/09 SOG......1 ....2x, last vs. Wisconsin .................10/24/08 Strahota’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....6x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 A ...........1 ....3x, last at Iowa............................10/31/08 P ...........3 ....vs. Northwestern.........................10/26/08 Sh .........7 ....vs. Northern Iowa .......................08/22/08 SOG......3 ....2x, last at Kennesaw St. .............08/30/09

Tripp’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ..................................................................................X P ..................................................................................X Sh .........1 ....vs. South Dakota St....................08/21/09 SOG ............................................................................X

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2009 GOLDEN GOPHER SOCCER STATISTICS - thru 9/6/09 RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Aug 21 Aug 28 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 06

Opponent SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at #16 Georgia at Kennesaw State TENNESSEE NORTH DAKOTA STATE

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

OVERALL 3-1-1 0-0 3-1-1 W L W To2 W

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

Att. 987 1506 287 856 1023

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2-36 0.40 .056 9-36 .250 7.2 12 0 0-0

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Bethke, Katie Rouse, Molly Olson, Angie Strahota, Tamara Kallman, Kylie Clancy, Sara Rezac, Julie Price, Marissa Eckstrom, Shari Phillips, Allie Bagnall, Olivia Shelander, Katie Clark, Jennie Solie, Josie Tripp, Dana Total Opponents

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Parkhill, Cat Total Opponents

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Saves by Period Minnesota Opponents

Corners by Period Minnesota Opponents Fouls by Period Minnesota Opponents

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OT2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

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2nd

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OT2

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2nd

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Total 9 2

1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1

W-L-T

3-1-1 3-1-1 1-3-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

Sho

4.0 4 2

Total 85 36 Total 7 26 Total 34 12 Total 45 46

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GOLDEN GOPHER SOCCER SEASON/CAREER STATISTICS - thru 9/6/09 SEASON

## Player

gp-gs

## Goalie

gp-gs

3 6 16 19 21 12 20 10 8 7 14 9 41 11 5

1

Bethke, Katie Rouse, Molly Olson, Angie Strahota, Tamara Kallman, Kylie Clancy, Sara Rezac, Julie Price, Marissa Eckstrom, Shari Phillips, Allie Bagnall, Olivia Shelander, Katie Clark, Jennie Solie, Josie Tripp, Dana Total Opponents

5-4 5-5 5-5 5-3 5-5 2-0 5-5 5-2 5-5 4-1 5-4 2-1 5-5 5-5 4-0 144 144

Parkhill, Cat Career totals Total Opponents

5-5 5-5 5 5

GK

F

08/21: South Dakota State

Parkhill

Rezac

08/30: Kennesaw State

Parkhill

Rezac

08/28: Georgia

09/04: Tennessee

09/06: North Dakota State 09/11: UW-Milwaukee

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Parkhill Parkhill Parkhill

g

3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2

a

0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3

pts

470:00 470:00 470:00 470:00

F

19 6 7 15 6 2 3 3 11 5 3 2 1 1 1 85 36

ga

2 2 2 9

sh%

.158 .333 .143 .067 .167 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .106 .056

gw pk-att

1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

gaavg saves

0.38 0.38 0.38 1.72

7 7 7 26

M

M

Bagnall

Eckstrom

Strahota

Bagnall

Bethke

Strahota

Bethke

Price

Strahota

Bagnall Bagnall

Eckstrom

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

pct

gp-gs

3 3 3 1

M

a

12 8 1 6 3 4 3 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0

l

1 1 1 3

M

pts

12 12 5 3 3 1 7 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

t sho

1 1 1 1

4.0 4.0 4 2

M

Shelander

Eckstrom

Rouse

Olson

Eckstrom

Olson Price

Rouse Rezac

Rezac

sh%

.132 .080 .050 .105 .107 .143 .107 .000 .125 .000 .000 .125 .286 .000 .000

gw pk-att

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

shotsfaced

Rouse

Eckstrom

sh

36 91 28 100 7 20 15 57 9 28 9 28 13 28 1 3 6 24 0 5 0 3 4 8 4 7 0 4 0 1

Olson

Bethke Olson

g

47-44 50-43 40-8 31-9 50-50 57-20 49-46 5-2 26-5 4-1 5-4 33-2 48-47 25-5 16-1

w

.778 .778 .778 .743

STARTING LINE-UPS

Phillips

Rezac Bethke

sh

6 6 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 7

minutes

CAREER

36 36 36 84

D

Clark

D

Solie

Kallman

Solie

Olson

Clark

Kallman

Rouse

Clark

Kallman

Rouse

Clark

Clark

D

Kallman

Kallman

Solie Solie

Solie

09/13: Marquette 09/18: Nevada

09/20: Montana 09/24: Iowa

09/27: Illinois

10/01: Wisconsin

10/04: South Dakota 10/11: Purdue

10/16: Penn State 10/18: Ohio State 10/23: Michigan

10/25: Michigan State 10/30: Northwestern 11/06: Indiana

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

NSCAA TOP-25 POLL - 9/8/09 School Pts. Prev. North Carolina (33) 825 1 Portland 781 3 Stanford 756 4 Florida State 726 5 Notre Dame 663 2 UCLA 646 9 Purdue 558 14 Wake Forest 521 17 Virginia 515 8 Boston College 465 16 Illinois 442 11 West Virginia 414 7 Texas A&M 365 10 Florida 340 6 Georgia 294 18 California 293 RV Rutgers 270 RV South Carolina 217 RV Oklahoma State 186 20 Colorado 183 15 San Diego 159 12 Kansas 152 RV Minnesota 135 19 Penn State 122 13 Indiana 114 NR

Number in parentheses indicates first place votes

POLLS

W-L-T 5-0-0 5-0-0 5-0-0 5-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-1 4-0-0 6-0-0 3-1-1 4-0-0 3-1-1 2-1-2 3-2-0 3-2-0 4-0-1 3-1-0 4-0-1 4-0-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-2-1 5-0-0 3-1-1 2-3-0 5-0-0

Also receiving votes: Pepperdine 98, Michigan State 53, Maryland 50, William & Mary 42, TCU 32, Ohio State 32, Santa Clara 28, Washington 28, Arizona State 27, UAB 25, Denver 20, St. John's 19, Missouri 17, Utah 16, Long Beach State 16, Duke 11, Memphis 10, Washington State 9, Georgetown 9, Villanova 9, Marquette 8, Dayton 7, North Carolina-Greensboro 6, Central Florida 4, BYU 3, Vanderbilt 1

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

SOCCER AMERICA TOP-25 POLL - 9/7/09 School W-L-T Prev. North Carolina 5-0-0 1 Stanford 5-0-0 2 Portland 5-0-0 3 Florida State 5-0-0 5 Boston College 4-0-0 6 UCLA 3-1-1 8 Notre Dame 3-1-0 4 Purdue 4-0-0 12 California 3-1-0 14 Wake Forest 6-0-0 17 Rutgers 4-0-1 NR Indiana 5-0-0 NR Kansas 5-0-0 NR Florida 3-2-0 7 West Virginia 2-1-2 9 Virginia 3-1-1 11 Georgia 4-0-1 25 Maryland 5-0-0 NR Michigan State 3-0-1 15 Illinois 3-1-1 16 Texas A&M 2-2-0 13 William & Mary 3-1-0 NR Penn State 2-3-0 10 UAB 6-0-0 NR Pittsburgh 5-0-0 NR South Carolina 4-0-0 NR Vanderbilt 5-0-0 NR

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9-T. 9-T. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

SOCCER TIMES TOP-25 POLL - 9/8/09 School W-L-T Pts. Prev. North Carolina (16) 5-0-0 400 1 Stanford 5-0-0 379 2 Portland 5-0-0 371 3 Florida State 5-0-0 353 5 UCLA 3-1-1 317 8 Boston College 4-0-0 311 7 Notre Dame 3-1-0 310 4 Purdue 5-0-0 249 15 Virginia 3-1-1 247 11 Wake Forest 6-0-0 247 14 California 3-1-0 239 16 West Virginia 2-1-2 205 9 Illinois 3-1-1 180 13 Texas A&M 3-2-0 171 10 Rutgers 4-0-1 168 21 Kansas 5-0-0 162 23 Florida 3-2-0 146 6 Brigham Young 3-1-1 83 22 Penn State 2-3-0 74 12 Colorado 3-2-0 69 17 Indiana 5-0-0 65 NR Michigan State 3-0-1 58 25 South Carolina 4-0-0 45 NR Oklahoma State 3-2-0 42 20 Georgia 4-0-1 40 NR

Dropped out: No. 18 Utah, No. 19 San Diego, No. 24 Missouri.

Others receiving votes: Maryland 37, San Diego 26, Ohio State 25, William & Mary 25, Washington 18, Central Florida 16, Arizona State 14, Utah 14, Denver 11, Vanderbilt 11, Michigan 9, Pepperdine 9, Missouri 8, Navy 8, Villanova 8, Duke 7, Alabama at Birmingham 6, Oregon 6, Connecticut 5, Long Beach State 5, Southern California 3, Marquette 2, Boston University 1, Georgetown 1.

NSCAA GREAT LAKES REGION POLL - 9/8/09 No. School Prev. W-L-T 1. Purdue 1 4-0-0 2. Illinois 2 3-1-1 3. Indiana 6 5-0-0 4. Michigan State 4 3-0-1 5. Penn State 3 2-3-0 5. Ohio State 9 3-1-1 7. Minnesota 7 3-1-1 8. Wisconsin-Milwaukee 5 2-2-2 9. Creighton 10 5-1-1 10. Toledo 8 2-1-1 2009 BIG TEN PRESEASON COACHES POLL Conf.(‘08) Overall(‘08) 1. Penn State ..............8-2-0.........................16-8-0 2. Michigan State ........5-4-1.........................14-7-3 3. Illinois......................5-5-0.........................12-9-2 4. Purdue ....................5-3-2.........................12-7-3 5. Minnesota ..............8-2-0.........................22-4-0 Ohio State...............5-5-0.........................8-10-2 7. Wisconsin ...............3-7-0...........................9-9-1 8. Indiana ....................3-6-1.........................8-10-1 9. Northwestern ..........5-5-0.........................10-9-1 10. Iowa ........................3-6-1.........................9-11-1 11. Michigan .................1-6-3.........................4-10-5

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GAME RESULTS

GAME 1 Aug. 21, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 987

South Dakota State (0-1-0) #19 MINNESOTA (1-0-0) SCORING South Dakota State Minnesota

1 0 2

2 0 2

Scoring: 04:10 - Minnesota: Olson/1 (Rouse) 17:02 - Minnesota: Bethke/1 (UA) 49:33 - Minnesota: Strahota/1 (Rezac) 52:43 - Minnesota: Kallman/1 (Rouse)

OT -

0 4 OT -

F 0 4

Shots: Minnesota 15, South Dakota State 2 SOG: Minnesota 8, South Dakota State 1 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 8, South Dakota State 2 Fouls: Minnesota 13, South Dakota State 8 Goalkeepers: South Dakota State: Rogers (90:00, 4 GA, 4 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 0 GA, 1 sv)

GAME 2 Aug. 28, 2009 • Athens, Ga. Turner Soccer Complex Attendance: 1506

#17 Minnesota (1-1-0) #16 GEORGIA (2-0-0) SCORING Minnesota Georgia

1 0 0

0 2

2 0 2

OT -

Scoring: 45:38 - Georgia: Perry/1 (Miller) 72:32 - Georgia: Falle/1 (Dreesen, Patterson)

OT -

F 0 2

Shots: Georgia 8, Minnesota 5 SOG: Georgia 3, Minnesota 2 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 6, Georgia 4 Fouls: Minnesota 9, Georgia 9

Goalkeepers: Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 2 GA, 1 sv) Georgia: Betos (90:00, 0 GA, 2 svs)

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GAME RESULTS

GAME 3

GAME 5

Aug. 30, 2009 • Kennesaw, Ga. KSU Soccer Complex Attendance: 287

Sept. 6, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 1,023

#17 MINNESOTA (2-1-0) Kennesaw State (1-2-0) SCORING Minnesota Kennesaw State

1 0 0

Scoring: 84:17 - Minnesota: Bethke/2 (UA)

2 1 0

1 0 OT -

OT -

F 1 0

Shots: Minnesota 24, Kennesaw State 3 SOG: Minnesota 11, Kennesaw State 1 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 6, Kennesaw State 2 Fouls: Kennesaw State 12, Minnesota 5

Sept. 4, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 856

Tennessee (1-2-1) #19 Minnesota (2-1-1)

Scoring: -

2 0 0

SCORING North Dakota State Minnesota

1 0 2

2 0 2

OT

Scoring: 42:55 - Minnesota: Clancy/1 (Penalty Kick) 43:38 - Minnesota: Rouse/1 (UA) 63:25 - Minnesota: Rouse/2 (Olson) 70:43 - Minnesota: Bethke/3 (Price)

0 4 OT

F 0 4

Goalkeepers: North Dakota State: Bertsch (73:30, 4 GA, 5 svs) North Dakota State: Stemple (16:30, 0 GA, 2 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 0 GA, 1 sv)

GAME 4

1 0 0

North Dakota State (2-2-1) #19 MINNESOTA (3-1-1)

Shots: Minnesota 22, North Dakota State 4 SOG: Minnesota 11, North Dakota State 1 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 8, North Dakota State 0 Fouls: North Dakota State 9, Minnesota 8

Goalkeepers: Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 0 GA, 1 sv) Kennesaw State: Pugh (90:00, 1 GA, 10 svs)

SCORING Tennessee Minnesota

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0 0 (O2) OT 0 0

OT 0 0

F 0 0

Shots: Tennessee 19, Minnesota 19 SOG: Tennessee 3, Minnesota 3 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 6, Tennessee 4 Fouls: Minnesota 10, Tennessee 8

Goalkeepers: Tennessee: Baird (110:00, 0 GA, 3 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (110:00, 0 GA, 3 svs)

2008 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

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