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SOCCER 2009

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FOR RELEASE: OCT. 8, 2009

MINNESOTA - 9-2-2, 2-0-1

Game 14

#9 Purdue - 7-2-3, 2-0-2 West Lafayette, Ind.

Sunday, Oct. 11 - 1:00 p.m. Varsity Soccer Complex

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 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/06

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

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 3-2, W (23) at Marquette 0-1, L Minnesota Gold Classic Montana vs. North Dakota

Nevada

Nevada vs. North Dakota

Montana Iowa * at Illinois * at Wisconsin * SOUTH DAKOTA at Purdue (9) * PENN STATE * OHIO STATE * at Michigan * at Michigan State * NORTHWESTERN * INDIANA * NCAA Tournament at NCAA 1st Round at NCAA 2nd Round at NCAA Sweet 16 at NCAA Elite 8 at NCAA College Cup at NCAA College Cup

Mont. 4 - N.D. 1

THE RECORDS Purdue enters the week with a 7-2-3 overall record and a 2-0-2 mark in the Big Ten, putting them in first place. Minnesota on the season is 9-2-2 overall and 2-0-1 in the Big Ten, leaving the Gophers in second place, just a point behind the Boilermakers.

THE SERIES The Gophers trail the Boilermakers 5-7-0 alltime, with the first meeting coming in 1998. The series has been written by streaks as Minnesota won the first three meetings, before Purdue ripped off all seven of their wins. Last season, the Gophers snapped the seven game losing streak, and with another win in the Big Ten Tournament have now won two straight in the series.

SCOUTING PURDUE - Currently 7-2-3 on the season and unbeaten since 9/13 - Top ranked team in the Great Lakes Region and #9 in the nation - Only two losses came to #3 Stanford and Santa Clara in Santa Clara, Calif. - Opened season with five straight wins, including 3-2 over #6 Texas A&M - Returned 10 starters from a 12-7-3, 5-3-2 team in 2008 - Big Ten leader in shots (18:75/game) and goals allowed (0.50/game) - Second in the Big Ten in goals (1.25/game) - Jenny Bradfish is the Big Ten leader GAA (0.45) - Kellie Phillips is the Big Ten leader in shots (4.0/game) - 4-0-2 at home this season, and 7-2-1 at home in 2008 - Out scoring opponents15-to-5 in the first half - Boast three players with 10+ points and four with 4+ goals - Home of five Big Ten weekly award winners

LAST MATCH-UP In the Big Ten tournament semifinals last sea-

4-1, W son, the Gophers posted a 1-0 win over the

Nev. 3 - N.D. 1

1-0, W 1-0, W 2-2 O2, T 2-1 OT, W 9-0, W 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 12:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Boilermakers off a goal from Claire Grimwood. It was Minnesota’s second 1-0 win over Purdue last season, as earlier Tamara Strahota scored the game-winner in double overtime to hand Purdue their first Big Ten loss. FOLLOW ALONG Fans can follow the Gophers and Boilermakers from West Lafayette through live stats, courtesy of PurdueSports.com. To access, go to the soccer page, and then the schedule. LAST TIME OUT Last week the Gophers went 2-0 for the second time on the season, beating Wisconsin 21 and South Dakota 9-0. Katie Bethke knocked in an overtime penalty kick to top the Badgers, and then Bethke and Olivia Bagnall combined for six scores in a 9-0 over South Dakota.

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LONE RANGER The Golden Gophers play just once this week, returning to Big Ten action. On Sunday, Oct. 11, Minnesota travels to face ninth ranked Purdue in a 1:00 p.m. match-up.

The Gophers return home next weekend for just their second and third Big Ten games this season at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium. In a big weekend, Minnesota hosts Penn State on Rock the Robbie Night, Oct. 16 in a rematch of the 2008 Big Ten Co-champions, before hosting #25 Ohio State on Oct. 18.

Minnesota Soccer by The Numbers Inaugural Season 1993 Facility Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium (1,000) All-time record 188-126-21 (.593) Winning seasons 10 Home Record 101-39-9 Big Ten Record 68-68-8 Denney Wright’s Record 65-41-8 (.605) Winning seasons 3 Denney Wright at ELR 32-14-4 Denney Wright on the road 26-21-4 Denney Wright in the Big Ten 24-27-3 Denney Wright in the postseason 4-4 2008 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS


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NEWS & NOTES

LOTS-A-SHOTS In conference games only, the Gophers are currently third in the Big Ten in shots with 54, but second in shots per game at 18.00. Sundays opponent, Purdue, leads the league with 75 and 18.75 respectively. Team (conf. games) 1. Purdue 2. Indiana 3. Minnesota 4. Wisconsin 5. Illinois

GP 4 4 3 4 3

Shots 75 67 54 44 42

Avg/G 18.75 16.75 18.00 11.00 14.00

NINE IS FINE The 9-0 win over South Dakota on 9/4, is tied as the fourth highest scoring game in Gopher history, matching a 9-0 victory over St. Cloud State in 1993. The highest scoring game is a 12-0 win over St. Thomas in the inaugural season in 1993.

ALRIGHT, ALRIGHT YOU BROKEN RECORD Several single-game records were matched in the Gophers 9-0 win over South Dakota. With four goals, Katie Bethke tied the mark set by Erin Hussey on 8/31/96, and Bethke’s 10 points also tied the mark set by Hussey in the same game. With three assists Katie Shelander tied the school record, set six times previously. AND HERE’S THE APPROACH Katie Bethke’s 12 points over the weekend vaulted her into top-10 career charts for points, goals and assists. She is currently ninth in each category, just midway through her junior season. Career Points 1. Jennifer Walek 7. Lindsey Schwartz 8. Corinne Bolder 9. Katie Bethke Career Goals 1. Jennifer Walek 6. Erin Hussey 7. Lindsey Schwartz 8. Corrine Bolder 9. Katie Bethke

Career Assists 1. Jennifer Walek 7. Lindsey Schwartz 8. Alison Rackley 9. Katie Bethke

## 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 19 20 21 28 41

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

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GP 89 83 87 55 GP 89 82 83 87 55 GP 89 83 76 55

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

P 162 76 75 56

G 60 29 28 25 20 A 42 20 19 16

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

CAREER YEAR Bethke’s career year keeps getting better, as she continues to put up the best numbers of her tenure in Maroon and Gold. Her 12 points over the weekend propelled her to a new career high in points with 26, while also doubling her past career best for goals. Year 2007 2008 2009

GP 19 23 13

G 5 4 11

A 10 2 4

P 20 10 26

Sh 40 32 49

SOG 24 17 25

PLAYER OF THE WEEK Katie Bethke was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on 10/5, following her fivegoal, two-assist performance the preceding week. She becomes the second Gopher this season to earn Big Ten weekly honors, joining Cat Parkhill. Date Player Honor 09/07 Cat Parkhill Fresh. 10/05 Katie Bethke Off.

Stats 200:00 min., 0 GA, 4 svs 5 goals, 2 asst.

THE REGION’S BEST Another week, another top opponent from the Great Lakes Region. Purdue enters the week sporting a #1 ranking in the region, a post they hold for the second straight week.

TEAM NATIONAL RANKINGS The Gopher scoring offense is currently ranked 27th in the Nation at 2.38 goals per game while Minnesota’s goal’s against average is 35th in the NCAA at 0.665. The Gophers also rank among the nation’s top-40 in winning percentage at 32nd (.769) and in shutout percentage at 40th (.538).

2009 BIG TEN STANDINGS (thru 10/04) Conf. Pts Overall 1. Purdue ...............2-0-2............ 8 ..............7-2-3 2. Minnesota .........2-0-1............ 7 ..............9-2-2 Wisconsin...........2-1-1............ 7 ..............6-5-2 4. Michigan State ...1-1-1.............4 ..............7-1-3 Northwestern......1-1-1............ 4 ..............4-6-2 Indiana ...............1-2-1.............4 ..............9-3-1 7. Ohio State..........1-1-0.............3 ..............8-2-1 Penn State .........1-1-0.............3 ..............5-5-1 9. Illinois.................0-1-2.............2 ..............5-4-3 10. Michigan.............0-1-1.............1 ..............5-6-1 11. Iowa ...................0-2-0.............0 ..............8-4-0 ALL-TIME SERIES

PURDUE (5-7-0) Home: 3-3-0  Away: 1-3-0  Neutral: 1-1-0 1998 9/13 W 4-2 H W 4-0 H 1999* 10/10 2000* 10/6 W 2-0 A L 0-3 H 2001* 10/7 2002* 9/20 L 0-1 A 2003* 9/19 L 0-2 H 2004* 9/19 L 0-1 A L 1-2 H 2005* 9/23 2006* 9/24 L 0-1(OT) A L 1-3 A 2007* 10/14 2008* 10/10 W 1-0 (2OT) H 2008# 11/7 W 1-0 N

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2009 ROSTER

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

Previous School Pronunciation Eastview H.S. Eau Claire Memorial H.S. beth-KEY White Bear Lake H.S. Cambridge-Isanti H.S. Raus Mounds View H.S. Champlin Park H.S. Roseville Area H.S. SHE-lan-der Eastview H.S. Mahtomedi H.S. SOE-lee Xavier H.S. Century H.S. Lakeville South H.S. BAG-nall Eagan H.S. Burnsville H.S. Tam-ra stra-HOE-tah Eden Prairie H.S. REE-zak Woodbury H.S. Apple Valley H.S. Norwalk H.S.

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MORE NEWS & NOTES

QUALIFYIN’ MARKS Cat Parkhill has played 1151:14 minutes this year, and if the season ended today her 0.70 goals against average would stand as the second best single season in program history. She sits behind the record 0.45 put up last season by Lindsey Dare.

team left on the docket from the 2008 NCAA tournament is Penn State on Oct. 16.

GOOOAAAAL! Through three conference games, the Gophers are second in the Big Ten in both goals and goals per game. Their five goals scored is tied with Purdue in second behind Wisconsin while their 1.67 goals per game is second behind Penn State.

BIG TEN BESTS In their 9-0 win over South Dakota, the Gophers offense not only posted some of the best numbers in school history, but the best in the Big Ten this season. Katie Bethke’s 10 points and four goals are each the best single-game in the league this season, and Katie Shelander’s three assists put her on top as the best single-game assist performance in 2009.

Year 2008 2009 2005

Plyr Lindsey Dare Cat Parkhill Molly Schneider

Goals (Conf.) 1. Wisconsin 2. Minnesota Purdue 4. Michigan State Indiana Penn State

Goals per Game (Conf.) 1. Penn State 2. Minnesota 3. Wisconsin 4. Michigan State Purdue

GA 12 8 17

GP 4 3 4 3 4 2 GP 2 3 4 3 4

Min. 2378:19 1151:14 1818:58

GAA 0.45 0.70 0.84

No. 6 5 5 4 4 4

Avg/G 1.50 1.67 1.25 1.44 1.00 2.00

No. 4 5 6 4 5

Avg/G 2.00 1.67 1.50 1.44 1.25

ONE IS THE LONELIEST NUMBER For the second time on the season, the Gophers allowed just one shot to their opponent, when they kept South Dakota without an attempt until late in the second half on 10/4. The South Dakota game matches the Montana match-up from 9/20 where they also held the opponent to one shot. In each game the defense also allowed no shots on goal.

TOUGH TO BEAT AT THE ROBBIE The Golden Gophers extended their unbeaten streak at the Robbie to 19 matches with their victory over South Dakota. The Golden Gophers are now 18-0-1 in their last 18 home contests. They last lost at the Robbie on 11/8/07, falling 3-4 on penalty kicks, after tying Illinois 2-2 in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.

IN THE TOURNAMENT After six games this season against last year’s NCAA qualifiers, Minnesota is 2-2-2. The only

Date

Aug 21 Aug 28 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 06 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 20 Sep 24 Sep 27 Oct 01 Oct 04 Totals

Opponent

RANKED OPPONENTS #9 Purdue will become the second ranked opponent the Gophers will face this season. The first was then #16 Georgia on Aug. 28, who better Minnesota 2-0. The loss dropped their record to 212-0 against ranked teams under Mikki Denney Wright. The only currently ranked team remaining on the schedule is #25 Ohio State.

INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL RANKINGS Katie Bethke ranks in the NCAA Top-20 in both goals per game (16) with a .846 mark and points per game (18) with a 2.0 mark. Cat Parkhill’s goals against average of .704 ranks her at 43rd at the nation.

NCAA BESTS Bethke’s performance against South Dakota also stands with the best in the NCAA this season. She becomes just the second player in the nation this season to tally 10 points in a single game, and the 10th player with a four-goal game.

DO YOU NEED MY ASSISTANCE With two assists though the first three games of the Big Ten season, Shari Eckstrom is tied with three others for the Big Ten lead.

Plyr (Conf.) 1. Eckstrom-MINN Heyboer-MSU Lam-Feist-WIS Ibewuike-PUR 5. Kallman-MINN Bethke-MINN 17 others tied

GP 3 3 4 4 3 3

A 2 2 2 2 1 1

highest attendance mark in stadium history, bettered only by the record 1,751 the was on had for Minnesota-Purdue matchup on Sept. 23, 2005. The Golden Gophers are averaging 946 fans per home-game on the season, which stands third in the league begin Penn State and Illinois. Team 1. Penn State 2. Illinois 3. Minnesota 4. Ohio State 5. Michigan

Att. 9098 5822 6622 4382 4182

Avg/G 1516 970 946 730 697

SHUT ‘EM OUT, SHUT ‘EM OUT Cat Parkhill collected her sixth shutout of the season against Iowa, already giving her the sixth most shutouts in a single season in Golden Gopher history. Her seventh shutout will move her into a tie for the fifth best single season in team history. Plyr 1. Lindsey Dare 2. Teresa O’Hearn 3. Dana Larson 4. Dana Larson 5. Molly Schneider 6. Cat Parkhill

Year 2008 1995 1997 1999 2005 2009

ShO 17 11 10 8 7 6

GAA LEADERS Cat Parkhill’s goals against average of 0.91 through three conference games, ranks fourth currently, just 0.01 behind third place Emily Moran of Iowa. Jenny Bradfisch of Purdue is the Big Ten leader at 0.45. Plyr 1.Bradfisch-PUR 2.Campbell-IND 3.Moran-IOWA 4.Parkhill-MINN 5.Robertson-OSU

GA 2 2 2 3 2

Min 400:00 290:00 200:00 298:06 180:00

GAA 0.45 0.62 0.90 0.91 1.00

BIG TEN LEADER Katie Bethke is the Big Ten leader in both goals and points, in all games played. Her 11 goals lead lead second place Lauren Hill of Michigan State who has eight, and her 26 points Laura Heyboer, also of Michigan State, who was 19.

TAKIN’ ATTENDANCE The Golden Gophers had one of their best crowds in team history when they played Nevada on Sept. 18. The 1,670 that packed into Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium represented the second

MINNESOTA/OPPONENT COMPARISON GAME-BY-GAME - thru 10/4/09

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Georgia Kennesaw State TENNESSEE NORTH DAKOTA STATE Milwaukee Marquette NEVADA MONTANA IOWA Illinois Wisconsin SOUTH DAKOTA

HGP 6 6 7 6 6

Score

4-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 4-0 3-2 0-1 4-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 2-1 9-0 31-9

Goals

4/0 0/2 1/0 0/0 4/0 3/2 0/1 4/1 1/0 1/0 2/2 2/1 9/0 31/9

Assists

3/0 0/3 0/0 0/0 2/0 2/2 0/1 4/0 1/0 1/0 3/1 0/0 9/0 25/7

Shots

On Goal Corners CKgoals

15/2 8/1 5/8 2/3 24/3 11/1 19/19 3/3 22/4 11/1 12/22 5/12 9/12 4/5 23/5 13/5 31/1 11/0 17/8 9/3 16/11 9/5 21/8 10/3 26/1 19/0 240/104 115/42

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

8/2 6/4 6/2 6/4 8/0 3/6 5/7 15/2 10/1 4/1 11/7 8/8 10/1 100/45

1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/1 1/0 4/1

Fouls

13/8 9/9 5/12 10/8 8/9 16/11 8/13 9/14 1/0 6/3 17/9 8/11 0/1 110/108

YC

0/0 0/0 1/0 0/1 0/0 1/1 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 2/0 1/0 0/0 5/4

RC

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/2 2008 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS


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PLAYER NOTES

#1 Cat Parkhill: Has started all 13 matches ... currently her 0.70 GAA ranks as the second best single season in team history ... six shutouts are sixth best season in team history ... has played more minutes than any goalkeeper in the Big Ten this season ... has three or more saves in six matches this season ... earned her eighth and ninth wins on 10/1 and 10/4 ... made three stops and earned her second career tie on 9/27 vs. Illinois ... made three saves in 1-0 win over Iowa on 9/24 ... made three saves on 9/18 ... tallied her fifth career shutout on 9/20 in the 1-0 win ... tallied a career high 10 saves on 9/11 ... four saves on 9/13 are the second best mark of her career ... named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on 9/7 after a posting her first perfect weekend with shutouts on 9/4 and 9/6 and 200:00 minutes played ... first Golden Gopher to earn Big Ten honors in 2009 ... played a career high 110:00 minutes in 0-0 2OT tie on 9/4 ... allowed first career goal and suffered first career loss vs. Georgia on 8/28 ... 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 six players to start every match this season.

#3 Katie Bethke: Has appeared in 55 career matches and started 52 ... played in each match this season, starting the last 12 ... leads Minnesota with 11 goals, 26 points and 49 shots, while her four assists are tied for the team lead ... currently first in the Big Ten with 11 goals and 26 points and second with 49 shots ... has yet to go two consecutive matches without a point ... only Minnesota player with a shot in every match this season ... holds the Big Ten’s best marks with fours goal and 10 points on 10/4 ... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on 10/5 after a 12-point, five goal, two-assist week ... tied school records with four goals and 10 points on 10/4 against South Dakota ... scored game-winner on a OT penalty kick against Wisconsin ... took three shots and earned her second assist of the season on 9/27 vs. Illinois ... took two shots on 9/24, including one on goal ... had a career game on 9/20 firing off nine shots and four on goal, each career highs ... scored the second game-winner of her career ... nine shots is the second best mark in the Big Ten this season ... tallied her first assist of the season on 9/18 in the 4-1 win over Nevada ... notched first career multigoal match on 9/11 with two in the 3-2 win ... 11 goals and 26 points are career highs ... Golden Gophers are 7-0 when she scores a goal, and 8-0-1 when she records a point ... scored first career game-winner on 8/30 vs. Kennesaw State ... took then a career high six shots on 8/30 and tied a career high with four shots on goal ... 56 career points, 20 career goals, 16 career assists and 121 career shots, are most among the current team ... one of five players with 50+ career starts.

#5 Dana Tripp: Has appeared in 21 career matches, including nine this season ... made the move from defender to forward prior to the season ... scored her second career goal on 10/4 against South Dakota ... scored her first career goal and registered her first career points on 9/18, netting the game-winner in the 4-1 win over Nevada ... took only one shot in the match, her first since 8/21 ... fired off her first career shot against South Dakota State on 8/21. #6 Molly Rouse: Has made 49 consecutive starts (51 overall) and appeared in all 58 matches the last three seasons ... eight points and three goals are each tied for second on the team ... has taken at least one shot in 10-of-13 matches this season, including the last seven ... fired off three shots, landing two on goal against South Dakota ... took one shot against Wisconsin on 10/1 ... took three shots on 9/27 against Illinois ... on 9/24 vs. Iowa, scored the game winner and led the team with a season high four shots ... scored the 30th point of her career and her third career game-winner ... took two shots and landed both on goal on 9/18 ... tied a season high with four shots on 9/20 as Minnesota put up a season high 31 ... was held without a shot on 9/11 but fired off three on 9/13, which led the team ... scored two goals on 9/6 for the first multi-goal game of her career ... four points on 9/6 also stand as a career high ... did not tally a shot on 8/28 or 8/30, being held without a shot in back-to-back matches for the first time in her career ... on 8/21 tallied two assists for her first career multiple assist match ... 120 career shots, 30 career points, 12 career assists, 30 career points and nine career goals are second among the current team ... one of five players with 50+ career starts ... one of six players to start every match this season.

#7 Allie Phillips: Has appeared in 11 matches this season, including first career start in the season opener ... tallied first career points with a goal and an assist against South Dakota on 10/4 ... took shots in back-toback games on 9/18 and 9/20 ... 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 33 career appearances, including 12 starts this season ... has tallied at least one shot in 8-of-13 matches this season ... tied for the team lead with four assists ... 19 shots on the season are a new career high ... took two shots on 10/1 vs. Wisconsin ... netted her fourth assist of the season on 9/27 ... tallied her third assist of the season and her career on the game-winner vs. Iowa on 9/24 ... tied for the team lead with three assists ... garnered her second point of the season with an assist on 9/18 in the 41 win over Nevada ... also took two shots in the match ... collected first career assist on 9/11 in the 3-2 win over Wisconsin-Milwaukee ... tallied one of the Golden Gophers three shots on goal on 9/4 ... set a new career best with five shots on 8/30 ... tied a career high with two shots on goal on 8/30 ... earned first career start in the season opener.

#9 Katie Shelander: Has appeared in 40 career matches and nine this season ... made third start of the season on 10/4 against South Dakota ... tied a school record and set a new Big Ten high with three assists on 10/4 ... fired off one shot on 9/20 as Minnesota put up a season high 31 ... shot was her first since 9/6 ... 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: Has appeared in all 13 matches this season, with two starts ... made second career start on 10/4 vs. South Dakota and fired off three shots ... took two shots against Wisconsin on 10/1 and drew the foul call that led to the game-winning penalty kick in overtime ... took one shot on 9/27 against Illinois ... scored first career goal on 9/18 in the 4-1 win over Nevada, marking her second career game with at least a point ... made first career start on 9/4 and tallied first career shot, finishing with two ... tallied first career points on 9/6 with an assist in the 4-0 win over North Dakota State.

#11 Josie Solie: Has started every match this season and made 33 career appearances ... part of a defense to pitch seven shutouts, allowing just nine goals on the season ... grabbed her first career points with an assist against South Dakota on 10/4 while the defense allowed just one shot and none on goal ... held Wisconsin to only three shots on goal on 10/1 ... held Illinois to only five shots on goal, and none in the final overtime to preserve the tie ... did not tally a shot as the defense pitched their sixth shutout on 9/24 vs. Iowa ... took second shot of the season on 9/20 as Minnesota put up a season high 31 ... defense held Montana on 9/20 to just one shot, including none in the second half ... held Nevada on 9/18 to no shots in the first half ... took first shot of the season on 9/4 ... on 8/21, defense 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 six players to start every match this season.

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#12 Sara Clancy: Has appeared in 60 career matches and five this season ... scored her second goal of the season on 9/18, making good on her only shot of the game ... one of four players with multiple goals this season ... scored first goal of the season and second career game-winner on 9/4 ... scored on a penalty kick, which was first PK of her career ... has played in more matches than any current player. #13 Steph Brandt: Has not appeared in a match.

#14 Olivia Bagnall: Has appeared in each match this season, and started 12 ... part of a defense to pitch seven shutouts, allowing just nine goals on the season ... notched her first career two-goal game with her second and third career goals on 10/4 against South Dakota ... scored her first career goal on 9/27 against Illinois, scoring the Gophers first goal of the game ... did not fire a shot at the defense pitched its sixth shutout on 9/24 ... took first shot in four games and tallied a career high three on 9/20 as Minnesota put up a season high 31 ... part of a defense that allowed just one shot on 9/20 ... did not start on 9/6 but tallied first career shot on goal ... 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 lineup ... 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 47 career matches with 15 starts, including 12 this season ... eight points are tied for second on the team ... scored the Gophers first goal in the 2-1 OT win at Wisconsin ... took two shots, landing each on goal on 9/24 vs. Iowa ... scored her second career goal on 9/18 vs. Nevada at the 3:45 mark ... has scored Minnesota two fastest goals this season, also scoring in the fifth minute on 8/21 ... grabbed second assist on the season in the 3-2 win over Wisconsin-Milwaukee on 9/11 ... on 9/13 was held without a shot for the first time in four matches ... tallied a career high four shots on 9/6 ... 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 ... 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. #19 Tamara Strahota: Has appeared in every match the last two seasons ... has 16 career starts, including 10 on the season ... has taken at least two shots in 11-of-13 matches this season ... has taken four or more shots eight times ... has taken a shot in six straight games ... 42 total shots and 21 shots on goal are second on the the team ... Gophers are 7-0-1 in her career when she scores ... took a game high five shots, and scored her third goal of the season on 10/4 against South Dakota ... took a game high four shots in the 2-1 OT win at Wisconsin on 10/1 ... took a game-high five shots against Illinois on 9/27 and scored her second goal of the season ... took two shots against Iowa on 9/24 ... tied a season high and led the team with five shots on 9/18 ... added four more shots on 9/20 as Minnesota put up 31 ... fired off two shots on 9/11 but was held without a shot on goal for the first time in three matches ... was held without a shot on 9/13, snapping a four-match streak ... took four shots on 9/4 and two on 9/6 ... 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 ... score in season opener was third straight regular season match with goal ... 84 career shots, eight career goals and 19 career points are third among current players.

#20 Julie Rezac: Has appeared in 57 career matches with 53 career starts ... has missed just one match the last three seasons ... has started 20 straight matches ... tied for the team lead with four assists ... tallied one assist as Minnesota beat South Dakota on 10/4 ... put a team high three shots on goal on 10/1 ...was held without a shot against Illinois on 9/27 for the first time since 9/6, breaking a string of five straight matches... tied a career high with three shots and a team high two on goal against Iowa on 9/24 ... has taken at least one shot in 8-of-11 games this season ... tallied three shots in four-of-five matches from 9/11 to 9/24 ... earned assists in back-to-back matches on 9/18 and 9/20 ... now has nine assists in her career ... first time this season with points in back-to-back matches, and just the second time in her career ... tied a season and career high with three shots on 9/20 as Minnesota fired off a season high 31 ... scored her first goal of the season as the game-winner on 9/11 against Wisconsin-Milwaukee and tied a career high with three shots ... took three shots for the second straight match on 9/13 ... game-winner was the second of her career ... tallied one shot on 9/4 ... one of just three players to record a shot on 8/28 ... finished the opener on 8/21 with one point ... 10 career assists are third best among current players while 18 career points and 46 career shots are fourth ... one of five players with 50+ career starts ... one of six players to start every match this season. #21 Kylie Kallman: Has started all 58 matches the last five seasons, only player with that distinction ... ... part of a defense to pitch seven shutouts, allowing just nine goals on the season ... defense allowed just one shot and none on goal against South Dakota on 10/4 ... allowed just three shots on goal and none in OT as Minnesota came back to beat Wisconsin on 10/1 ... posted career highs in 9/27 vs. Illinois with three shots and two on goal and grabbed her second assist of the season ... held Illinois to only five shots on goal, and none in the final overtime to preserve the tie ... took one shot on 9/24 against Iowa as the defense pitched their sixth shutout ... earned first assist of the season the fourth of her career on 9/18 ... tied a season high with two shots on 9/18 ... defense held Montana on 9/20 to a season low one shot, including none in the second half ... held Nevada on 9/18 to no shots in the first half ... tied a season high with two shots 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 ... on 8/21 held South Dakota State without a shot in the second half ... has been in the starting line-up for the last 30 Minnesota shutouts ... one of five players with 50+ career starts ... one of six players to start every match this season. #28 Katie Roberts: Made first career appearance on 10/4 vs. South Dakota, playing the final 66:52 and preserving the shutout.

#41 Jennie Clark: Has appeared in 56 career matches and started the last 55 ... part of a defense to pitch seven shutouts, allowing just nine goals on the season ... tallied first points of the season with an assist against South Dakota on 10/4 while the defense allowed just one shot and none on goal ... allowed just three shots on goal and none in OT as Minnesota came back to beat Wisconsin on 10/1 ... held Illinois to only five shots on goal, and none in the final overtime to preserve the tie ... landed her only shot on goal against Iowa on 9/24, while the defense pitched their sixth shutout of the season ... took a career high three shots against Montana on 9/20 as Minnesota racked up a season high 31 ... landed a career high two shots on goal against Nevada on 9/18 ... defense held Montana to a season low one shot, including none in the second half ... held Nevada without a shot in the first half ... took first shot of the season on 8/30 ... joined Kylie Kallman and Josie Solie as the starting back three in each match this season ... on 8/21 held South Dakota State without a shot in the second half ... has been in the starting line-up for the last 30 Minnesota shutouts ... one of five players with 50+ career starts ... one of six players to start every match this season.

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14 BAGNALL,OL

MINNESOTASOCCER

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

Bethke’s Career Highs G ...........4 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 A ...........2 ....2x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09 P ...........10 ..vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Sh .........9 ....vs. Montana ................................09/20/09 SOG......4 ....4x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09

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

12 CLANCY,SAR

Brandt’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ..................................................................................X P ..................................................................................X Shots ...........................................................................X SOG ............................................................................X

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

11 SOLIE,JOSI

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

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

10 PRICE,MARI

Clark’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....2x, last at Nevada.......................09/12/08 A ...........1 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 P ...........2 ....2x, last at Nevada.......................09/12/08 Sh .........3 ....vs. Montana ................................09/20/09 SOG......2 ....vs. Nevada..................................09/18/09

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

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0

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

41 CLARK,JENN 21 28 KALLMAN,KY ROBERTS,KA

W L W t W W L W W W t W W

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

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

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

20 REZAC,JULI 19 STRAHOTA,T 16 OLSON,ANGI

Aug 21 Aug 28 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 06 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 20 Sep 24 Sep 27 Oct 01 Oct 04

4-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 4-0 3-2 0-1 4-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 2-1 9-0

Score Date

SDSU at UG at KSU TN NDSU at UWM at MARQ NEV UM IOWA at ILL at WIS USD

4-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 4-0 3-2 0-1 4-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 2-1 9-0 Aug 21 Aug 28 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 06 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 20 Sep 24 Sep 27 Oct 01 Oct 04 SDSU at UG at KSU TN NDSU at UWM at MARQ NEV UM IOWA at ILL at WIS USD

Opponent

W L W t W W L W W W t W W

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

1-0-2 0-0-0 1-0-2 0-0-0 1-0-2 2-0-4 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-2 4-2-10

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

5 TRIPP,DANA 3 BETHKE,KAT

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

6 ROUSE,MOLL

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-1-3

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP

8 ECKSTROM,S 7 PHILLIPS,A

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-3-3

9 SHELANDER,

Eckstrom’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....3x, last vs. Penn State ................11/09/08 A ...........1 ....4x, last at Illinois .........................09/27/09 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

1 PARKHILL,C Score Date Opponent

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Bagnall’s Career Highs G ...........2 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 A ..................................................................................X P ...........4 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Sh .........3 ....vs. Montana ................................09/20/09 SOG......2 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09

Kallman’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....3x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 A ...........1 ....5x, last at Illinois .........................09/27/09 P ...........2 ....3x, last vs. South Dakota St. ......08/21/09 Shots.....3 ....2x, last st Illinois .........................09/27/09 SOG......2 ....at Illinois......................................09/27/09

Olson’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....3x, last at Wisconsin...................10/01/09 A ...........2 ....vs. Northern Iowa .......................08/22/08 P ...........2 ....4x, last vs. at Wisconsin .............10/01/09 Sh .........4 ....vs. North DakotaState ................09/06/09 SOG......2 ....3x, last at Wisconsin ....................10/01/09

Parkhill’s Career Highs Min ........110:00 ..2x, last at Illinois...................09/27/09 GA (H)...2 ...........3x, last at Illinois.......................09/27/09 GA (L) ...0 ...........7x, last vs. South Dakota .....10/04/09 Svs........10 .........at Wisconsin-Milwaukee.......09/11/09 Phillips’ Career Highs Goals ....1 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Assists ..1 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Points....3 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Shots.....3 ....at Kennesaw State .....................08/30/09 SOG......2 ....2x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09

Price’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....vs. Nevada..................................09/18/09 A ...........1 ....vs. North Dakota State ...............09/06/09 P ...........2 ....vs. Nevada..................................09/18/09 Sh .........3 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 SOG......1 ....3x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09

Rezac’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....4x, last at Wisconsin-Milwaukee ....09/11/09 A ...........1 ....10x, last vs. South Dakota..........10/04/09 P ...........2 ....3x, last vs. Marquette..................11/14/08 Sh .........4 ....at Wisconsin ...............................10/01/09 SOG......3 ....2x, last at Wisconsin...................10/01/09

Robert’s Career Highs Min ........66:52 .....vs. South Dakota ................10/04/09 GA (H)...0 ............vs. South Dakota ................10/04/09 GA (L) ...0 ............vs. South Dakota ................10/04/09 Svs........0 ............vs. South Dakota ................10/04/09 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 ...........3 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 P ...........3 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Sh .........2 ....2x, last vs. North Dakota State ...09/06/09 SOG......1 ....6x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09

Solie’s Career Highs G..................................................................................X A ...........1 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 P ...........1 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 Sh .........1 ....6x, last at Wisconsin...................10/01/09 SOG......1 ....3x, last vs. Montana....................09/20/09 Strahota’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....8x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09 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......4 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09

Tripp’s Career Highs G ...........1 ....2x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09 A ..................................................................................X P ...........2 ....2x, last vs. South Dakota............10/04/09 Sh .........2 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09 SOG......2 ....vs. South Dakota ........................10/04/09

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2009 GOLDEN GOPHER SOCCER STATISTICS - thru 10/4/09 RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Aug 21 Aug 28 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 06 Sep 11 Sep 13 % Sep 18 % Sep 20 * Sep 24 * Sep 27 * Oct 01 Oct 04

Opponent SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at #16 Georgia at Kennesaw State TENNESSEE NORTH DAKOTA STATE at Milwaukee at Marquette NEVADA MONTANA IOWA at Illinois at Wisconsin SOUTH DAKOTA

OVERALL 9-2-2 2-0-1 7-2-1 W L W To2 W W L W W W To2 Wot W

Score 4-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 4-0 3-2 0-1 4-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 2-1 9-0

Att. 987 1506 287 856 1023 427 502 1670 753 682 2347 173 651

% = Minnesota Gold Classic 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

MINN

OPP

31-240 2.38 .129 115-240 .479 18.5 100 4 2-2

9-104 0.69 .087 42-104 .404 8.0 45 1 1-1

110 5 0

108 4 2

6622 7/946 0/0

5242 6/874

HOME 6-0-1 1-0 5-0-1 ##

3 6 16 19 14 20 12 5 21 8 10 7 9 41 11 28 1

Player

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

## Goalie 28 Roberts, Katie 1 Parkhill, Cat

Total Opponents

Goals by Period Minnesota Opponents Shots by Period Minnesota Opponents

Saves by Period Minnesota Opponents

Corners by Period Minnesota Opponents Fouls by Period Minnesota Opponents

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

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 13 11 4 13 3 2 12 3 2 13 3 0 13 3 0 13 1 4 5 2 0 9 2 0 13 1 2 12 0 4 13 1 1 11 1 1 9 0 3 13 0 1 13 0 1 1 0 0 13 0 0 13 31 25 13 9 7

GP 1 13 13 13

pts

sh

Min. 66:52 1151:14 1218:06 1218:06

GA

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

13 2

17 7

110 118 31 63 9 35

52 18 46 69

20 43 45 24 56 37

sh%

sog sog% gw pk-att

26 49 .224 25 .510 8 26 .115 13 .500 8 14 .214 9 .643 6 42 .071 21 .500 6 11 .273 6 .545 6 21 .048 9 .429 4 4 .500 4 1.000 4 4 .500 3 .750 4 15 .067 5 .333 4 19 .000 6 .316 3 11 .091 3 .273 3 9 .111 4 .444 3 4 .000 2 .500 1 8 .000 4 .500 1 3 .000 1 .333 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 87 240 .129 115 .479 25 104 .087 42 .404

0 9 9 31 1 0 9 4

3 5 1 0 3 1

GAAvg Saves

0.00 0.70 0.66 2.29

0 0 3 6

1 1 2 3 5 1

0 32 33 84

Total 31 9

Pct

.000 .780 .786 .730

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

W-L-T

0-0-0 9-2-2 9-2-2 2-9-2

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

Sho

0.0 6.0 7 3

Total 240 104 Total 33 84

Total 100 45

Total 110 108

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##

Player

gp-gs

3 6 16 19 14 20 12 5 21 8 10 7 9 41 11 28 1

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

13-12 13-13 12-12 13-10 13-12 13-13 5-0 9-0 13-13 12-12 13-3 11-1 9-3 13-13 13-13 1-0 13-13 144 144

##

Goalie

gp-gs

28

1

Roberts, Katie Career totals Parkhill, Cat Career totals Total Opponents

1-0 1-0 13-13 13-13 13 13 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 Parkhill

g

11 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 31 9

a

4 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 4 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 25 7

pts

minutes

66:52 66:52 1151:14 1151:14 1218:06 1218:06 F

sh%

ga

0 0 9 9 9 31

.224 .115 .214 .071 .273 .048 .500 .500 .067 .000 .091 .111 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .129 .087

gaavg

0.00 0.00 0.70 0.70 0.66 2.29

gw pk-att

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

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

saves

0 0 32 32 33 84

M/F

M

Bagnall

Eckstrom

Strahota

Bagnall

Bethke

Bethke

Price

Rezac

Rezac

Bagnall Bagnall

Strahota

Strahota

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

pct

gp-gs

0 0 9 9 9 2

M

l

0 0 2 2 2 9 M

pts

16 12 6 3 0 10 1 0 5 4 1 1 5 1 1 0 0

t

0 0 2 2 2 2

sho

0.0 0.0 6.0 6.0 7 3 M

Eckstrom

Rouse

Olson

Eckstrom

Olson Olson

Eckstrom

Rezac Price

Olson

sh%

.165 .075 .111 .095 .273 .087 .167 .500 .081 .094 .091 .111 .100 .143 .000 .000 .000

gw pk-att

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

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

shots faced

Shelander

Rouse

sh

56 121 30 120 12 27 19 84 6 11 18 46 11 30 4 4 11 37 10 32 3 11 3 9 7 10 5 14 1 6 0 0 0 0

Rouse

Eckstrom

Bagnall

a

20 9 3 8 3 4 5 2 3 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0

Olson

Bethke

Eckstrom

g

55-52 58-51 47-15 39-16 13-12 57-54 60-20 21-1 58-58 33-12 13-3 11-1 40-4 56-55 33-13 1-0 13-13

w

.000 .000 .780 .780 .786 .730

STARTING LINE-UPS

Phillips

Strahota

Bethke

sh

26 49 8 26 8 14 6 42 6 11 6 21 4 4 4 4 4 15 4 19 3 11 3 9 3 4 1 8 1 3 0 0 0 0 87 240 25 104

Rezac Bethke

CAREER

1 1 101 101 102 238 D

Clark

D

Solie

Kallman

Solie

Olson

Clark

Kallman

Rouse

Clark

Kallman

Rouse

Rouse

Clark

Clark

Clark

D

Kallman

Kallman

Kallman

Solie Solie Solie

Solie

09/13: Marquette

Parkhill

Bethke

Rezac

Strahota

Bagnall

Eckstrom

Olson

Rouse

Clark

Kallman

09/20: Montana

Parkhill

Bethke

Rezac

Bagnall

Eckstrom

Olson

Rouse

Shelander

Clark

Kallman

Solie

Bagnall

Eckstrom

Olson

Rezac

Rouse

Clark

Kallman

Solie

09/18: Nevada 09/24: Iowa

09/27: Illinois

10/01: Wisconsin

10/04: South Dakota 10/11: Purdue

Parkhill Parkhill Parkhill Parkhill

Parkhill

Bethke

Rezac

Bethke

Strahota

Bethke

Strahota

Bethke Bethke

Strahota Strahota

Strahota Bagnall Bagnall Bagnall

Bagnall

Eckstrom Eckstrom Price

Eckstrom Olson Olson

Rezac

Olson

Rezac Rezac

Rouse

Rouse

Rosue Rouse

Shelander

Clark Clark Clark

Clark

Kallman Kallman Kallman Kallman

Solie Solie Solie Solie

Solie

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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NSCAA TOP-25 POLL - 10/6/09 School Pts. Prev. Stanford (32) 800 1 North Carolina 739 2 UCLA 728 3 Portland 724 4 Florida State 689 5 Boston College 571 6 South Carolina 548 8 Notre Dame 515 10 Purdue 470 12 Rutgers 440 13 Wake Forest 427 9 Virginia Tech 402 RV LSU 366 23 Florida 323 7 Santa Clara 318 11 Central Florida 295 21 Texas A&M 289 16 Georgia 235 22 Maryland 232 24 Arizona State 231 19 California 126 14 St. John's 125 17 USC 107 RV Connecticut 104 RV Ohio State 103 15

POLLS

W-L-T 11-0- 0 10-1-1 9-1-1 11-1-0 10-1-0 11-2-0 11-0-1 8-3-1 7-2-3 9-1-3 9-2-1 10-2-0 8-2-2 8-4-1 8-4-1 8-3-1 7-4-1 10-1-1 9-2-0 7-1-2 6-3-1 9-2-1 8-3-0 9-3-0 8-2-1

Number in parentheses indicates number of first place votes

Also receiving votes: BYU 100, Indiana 92, Charlotte 70, Michigan State 69, Virginia 53, Washington State 45, Dayton 16, San Diego 14, Mississippi 11, Oregon 7, Kansas 6, Memphis 5, Washington 3, Oregon State 2, Hofstra 2, Illinois 1

GOLDEN GOPHERS IN THE NSCAA TOP-25 Date Rank 08/11 19 08/25 17 09/01 19 09/09 23 09/15 RV 09/22 -09/29 -10/06 --

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SOCCER AMERICA TOP-25 POLL - 9/5/09 School W-L-T Prev. Stanford 11-0-0 1 Portland 11-1-0 3 North Carolina 10-1-1 2 UCLA 9-1-1 4 Florida State 10-1-0 5 Virginia Tech 10-2-0 NR Boston College 9-2-0 6 South Carolina 11-0-1 7 Notre Dame 8-3-1 8 Michigan State 7-1-2 9 St. John's 9-2-1 12 Rutgers 9-1-3 13 Connecticut 9-3-0 17 USC 8-3-0 19 LSU 8-2-2 20 Georgia 9-1-1 21 Maryland 9-2-0 22 BYU 10-2-1 24 California 6-3-1 10 Santa Clara 8-4-1 11 Wake Forest 9-2-1 18 Purdue 7-2-3 NR Texas A&M 7-4-1 NR Mississippi 8-3-0 NR Oregon 8-2-1 14

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SOCCER TIMES TOP-25 POLL - 10/5/09 School W-L-T Pts. Prev. Stanford (16) 11-0-0 400 1 North Carolina 10-1-1 366 2 Portland 11-1-0 364 4 UCLA 9-1-1 362 3 Florida State 10-1-0 343 5 Boston College 10-2-0 313 6 South Carolina 11-0-1 282 7 Notre Dame 8-3-1 241 10 Wake Forest 9-2-1 229 9 Louisiana State 8-2-2 212 17 Rutgers 9-1-3 205 12 Virginia Tech 10-2-0 182 NR Brigham Young 10-2-1 168 20 Texas A&M 7-4-1 149 15 Santa Clara 8-4-1 143 13 Georgia 10-1-1 135 22 Florida 8-4-1 129 8 Purdue 7-2-3 120 21 Southern California 8-3-0 102 NR Virginia 6-3-2 99 11 Ohio State 8-2-1 81 18 California 6-3-1 78 14 Michigan State 7-1-3 76 16 St. John's 9-2-1 71 23 Central Florida 8-3-1 65 25-T

Dropped out: No. 19 Kansas, No. 24 Illinois, No. 25t Washington.

Others receiving votes: Washington State 62, Maryland 50, Connecticut 41, Arizona State 31, Kansas 28, Indiana 18, Oregon 18, Washington 14, Mississippi 12, Penn State 10, Illinois 6, Mississippi State 5, Oregon State 3, Dayton 2, Missouri 1, New Mexico 1.

NSCAA GREAT LAKES REGION POLL - 10/5/09 No. School Prev. W-L-T 1. Purdue 1 7-2-3 2. Indiana 4 9-3-1 3. Michigan State 3 7-1-3 4. Ohio State 2 8-2-1 5. Minnesota 5 9-2-2 6. Illinois 6 5-4-3 7. Wisconsin 7 6-5-2 8. Penn State NR 5-5-1 9. Creighton 9 9-3-1 10. Iowa 8 8-4-0 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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NCAA WOMEN’S SOCCER RPI - 10/4/09 Name Conf North Carolina Atlantic Coast Stanford Pacific-10 Florida St. Atlantic Coast Portland West Coast UCF Conference USA South Carolina Southeastern Virginia Tech Atlantic Coast UCLA Pacific-10 Boston College Atlantic Coast Arizona St. Pacific-10 Connecticut Big East Georgia Southeastern Santa Clara West Coast LSU Southeastern Texas A&M Big 12 Wake Forest Atlantic Coast Southern California Pacific-10 Oregon Pacific-10 Florida Southeastern Maryland Atlantic Coast Oregon St. Pacific-10 Washington St. Pacific-10 Notre Dame Big East Penn St. Big Ten UAB Conference USA Miami (FL) Atlantic Coast Indiana Big Ten Memphis Conference USA Ohio St. Big Ten Purdue Big Ten Auburn Southeastern St. John's (NY) Big East Washington Pacific-10 Villanova Big East BYU Mountain West Michigan St. Big Ten Illinois Big Ten Dayton Atlantic 10 Colorado Col. Conference USA California Pacific-10 San Diego St. Mountain West Colorado Big 12 Minnesota Big Ten Vanderbilt Southeastern Mississippi Southeastern West Virginia Big East Kansas Big 12 North Carolina St. Atlantic Coast Wisconsin Big Ten Marquette Big East Tennessee Southeastern Texas Tech Big 12 New Mexico Mountain West Rutgers Big East Alabama Southeastern Georgetown Big East Charlotte Atlantic 10 Samford Southern William & Mary Colonial Virginia Atlantic Coast Mississippi St. Southeastern Pepperdine West Coast Duke Atlantic Coast St. Mary's (CA) West Coast

W-L 10-1-1 11-0-0 10-1-0 11-1-0 8-3-1 11-0-1 10-2-0 9-1-1 10-2-0 7-1-2 9-3-0 10-1-1 8-4-1 8-2-2 7-4-1 9-2-1 8-3-0 8-2-1 8-4-1 9-2-0 8-2-1 7-3-0 8-3-1 5-5-1 8-4-0 6-6-0 9-3-1 8-4-0 8-2-1 7-2-3 5-4-3 9-2-1 8-2-1 8-3-2 10-2-1 7-1-3 5-4-3 8-0-4 7-4-1 6-3-1 7-3-3 7-6-0 9-2-2 7-4-1 8-3-0 5-4-4 8-4-1 7-4-1 6-5-2 8-4-1 6-5-1 8-4-1 9-1-2 9-1-3 5-4-1 8-3-2 10-2-0 7-1-2 9-3-0 6-3-2 8-2-2 6-4-0 4-5-3 8-5-0

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GAME 1

GAME 4

GAME 6

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

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

Sept. 11, 2009 • Milwaukee, Wis. Englemann Field Attendance: 427

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

SCORING Tennessee Minnesota Scoring: -

1 0 0

2 0 0

0 0 (O2) OT 0 0

OT 0 0

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

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

2 0 2

0 2 OT -

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

OT -

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)

F 0 2

0 4 OT

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

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

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)

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

OT

OT

F 3 2

Goalkeepers: Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 2 GA, 10 svs) Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Deebach (45:00, 1 GA, 1 sv) Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Forbes (45:00, 2 GA, 1 sv)

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

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

2 2 2

3 2

Shots: Wisconsin-Milwaukee 22, Minnesota 12 SOG: Wisconsin-Milwaukee 12, Minnesota 5 Corner Kicks: Wisconsin-Milwaukee 6, Minnesota 3 Fouls: Minnesota 16, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 11

GAME 5

GAME 2

1 1 0

Scoring: 04:56 - Minnesota: Bethke/4 (UA) 52:52 - Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Talbert/1 (Megna, Hagen) 59:44 - Minnesota: Bethke/5 (Eckstrom) 66:07 - Minnesota: Rezac/1 (Olson) 67:29 - Wisconsin-Milwaukee/2 (Penalty Kick)

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

Goalkeepers: South Dakota State: Rogers (90:00, 4 GA, 4 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 0 GA, 1 sv)

#23 MINNESOTA (4-1-1) Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2-3-2) SCORING Minnesota Wisconsin-Milwaukee

F 0 0

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

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

SCORING Minnesota Georgia

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

F 0 4

GAME 7 Sept. 13, 2009 • Milwaukee, Wis. Valley Fields Attendance: 502

#23 Minnesota (4-2-1) MARQUETTE (5-2-0) SCORING Minnesota Marquette

1 0 0

Scoring: 48:10 - Marquette: Ryan/2 (Victor)

0 1

2 0 1

OT

OT

F 0 1

Shots: Marquette 12, Minnesota 9 SOG: Marquette 5, Minnesota 4 Corner Kicks: Marquette 7, Minnesota 7 Fouls: Marquette 13, Minnesota 8 Goalkeepers: Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 1 GA, 4 svs) Marquette: Kulla (90:00, 0 GA, 4 svs)

GAME 3 Aug. 30, 2009 • Kennesaw, Ga. KSU Soccer Complex Attendance: 287

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

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GAME 8

GAME 10

GAME 13

Sept. 18, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota Gold Classic Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 1,670

Sept. 24, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 682

Oct. 4, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 651

Nevada (2-6-0) MINNESOTA (5-2-1) SCORING Nevada Minnesota

1 0 2

1 4 2 1 2

OT

OT

Scoring: 03:45 - Minnesota: Olson/2 (Bethke) 41:24 - Minnesota: Tripp/1 (Rezac) 49:54 - Minnesota: Price/1 (Eckstrom) 70:33 - Nevada: Erickson/3 (UA) 87:01 - Minnesota: Clancy/2 (Kallman)

SCORING Iowa Minnesota

F 1 4

OT

OT

F 0 1

SCORING Minnesota Illinois

1 1 1

2 2 (O2) 2 1 1

South Dakota (3-7-1) MINNESOTA (9-2-2) SCORING South Dakota Minnesota

1 0 4

0 9 2 0 5

OT 0 0

Scoring: 10:16 - Minnesota: Bagnall/2 (Bethke, Rezac) 14:42 - Minnesota: Bagnall/3 (Bethke) 15:51 - Minnestoa: Bethke/8 (Shelander) 37:00 - Minnesota: Strahota/3 (Clark) 46:58 - Minnesota: Bethke/9 (Shelander) 55:33 - Minnesota: Bethke/10 (Solie) 59:02 - Minnesota: Bethke/11 (UA) 63:15 - Minnesota: Phillips/1 (UA) 65:50 - Minnesota: Tripp/2 (Shelander, Phillips)

OT 0 0

F 0 9

Shots: Minnesota 26, South Dakota 1 SOG: Minnesota 19, South Dakota 0 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 10, South Dakota 1 Fouls: South Dakota 1, Minnesota 0

Minnesota (7-2-2) Illinois (5-3-2)

0 1

Goalkeepers: Montana: Fisher (45:00, 1 GA, 4 svs) Montana: Harris (45:00, 0 GA, 6 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 0 GA, 0 svs)

F 0 1

Sept. 27, 2009 • Champaign, Ill. Illinois Soccer and Track Stadium Attendance: 2,347

Montana (2-7-0) MINNESOTA (6-2-1)

Shots: Minnesota 31, Montana 1 SOG: Minnesota 11, Montana 0 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 10, Montana 1 Fouls: Montana 1, Minnesota 0

OT

GAME 11

Sept. 20, 2009 • St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota Gold Classic Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium Attendance: 753

Scoring: 18:11 - Minnesota: Bethke/6(Rezac)

OT

Goalkeepers: Iowa: Moran (90:00, 1 GA, 8 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 0 GA, 3 svs)

GAME 9

2 0 0

2 0 1

Shots: Minnesota 17, Iowa 8 SOG: Minnesota 9, Iowa 3 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 4, Iowa 1 Fouls: Minnesota 6, Iowa 3

Goalkeepers: Nevada: Moreno (90:00, 4 GA, 9 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (90:00, 1 GA, 3 svs) Minnesota: Team (00:00, 0 GA, 1 sv)

1 0 1

1 0 0

0 1

Scoring: 83:43 - Minnesota: Rouse/3 (Eckstrom)

Shots: Minnesota 23, Nevada 5 SOG: Minnesota 13, Nevada 5 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 15, Nevada 2 Fouls: Nevada 14, Minnesota 9

SCORING Montana Minnesota

Iowa (7-3-0) MINNESOTA (7-2-1)

OT 0 0

Scoring: 16:27 - Illinois: Sahly/2 (Hilbrands) 34:42 - Minnesota: Bagnall/1 (Kallman, Bethke) 45:42 - Minnesota: Strahota/2 (Eckstrom) 48:23 - Illinois: Santacaterina/1 (UA)

OT 0 0

Goalkeepers: South Dakota: Truba (90:00, 9 GA, 10 svs) Minnesota: Parkhill (23:08, 0 GA, 0 svs) Minnesota: Roberts (66:52, 0 GA, 0 svs)

F 2 2

Shots: Minnesota 16, Illinois 11 SOG: Minnesota 9, Illinos 5 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 11, Illinois 7 Fouls: Minnesota 17, Illinois 9

Goalkeepers: Minnesota: Parkhill (110:00, 2 GA, 3 svs) Illinois: Kapicka (110:00, 2 GA, 7 svs)

GAME 12 Oct. 1, 2009 • Madison, Wis. McClimon Soccer Complex Attendance: 173

MINNESOTA (8-2-2) Wisconsin (5-5-2) SCORING Minnesota Wisconsin

1 0 1

2 1 (OT) 2 1 0

Scoring: 23:07 - Wisconsin: Flannery/2 (corner) 49:10 - Minnesota: Olson/3 (UA) 98:06 - Minnesota: Bethke (penalty kick)

OT 1 0

OT 0 0

F 2 1

Shots: Minnesota 21, Wisconsin 8 SOG: Minnesota 10, Wisconsin 3 Corner Kicks: Minnesota 8, Wisconsin 8 Fouls: Wisconsin 11, Minnesota 8

Goalkeepers: Minnesota: Parkhill (98:06, 1 GA, 2 svs) Wisconsin: Dalton (98:06, 2 GA, 8 svs)

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