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Women’s Soccer 2013 MediaGuide & Fact Book


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Table of Contents

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TableofContents Maps/Directions Quick Facts ACC/NCAATournamentInformation

SeasonPreview 6-9 10

SeasonPreview Roster

CoachingStaff 12-13 14 15 16

HeadCoachGregMiller MichaelBaker IleanaMoschos AnthonyJames

PlayerProfiles 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

RoosaArvas JaciBrown MarciCarter AlexCharlebois MikaylaChryst NicoleD’Agostino DanaDelleFemine ArielleFernandez TaylorFrancis KailaJenkins CarolineKeefer KatelynLippert

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JessicaMarini SiobhanMcDonough RilieghMcHugh AlyssaMeier EmilyPietrangelo JackiePoucel CarlySeneca MorganSharick MakenzieShearson EllaVanhanen TaylorWulf

History/Records 44 45-46 47 48-49 50 51 52-53 54 55 56 57

CoachingRecords Awards/Honors Points Leaders Goals Leaders Assists Leaders Shots Leaders GoalkeepingLeaders ParticipationLeaders TeamSeasonRecords Year-by-YearTeamStats TeamGameRecords

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Misc.ScoringRecords Opp.TeamGameRecords OppIndividualGameRecords Ambrose-UrbanicRecords All-TimeLetterwinners All-TimeNumericalRoster CareerIndividualStats All-Time Scores Overtime Records Pittvs.AllOpponents 2013 Schedule

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MediaInformation PressBoxPhoneNumber: (412) 624-6820

MediaInformation MEDIAINFORMATION Credentials Credentials for Pitt home women’s soccer games should be requested as early as possible. All credential requests should be directed to Greg Hotchkiss via e-mail at ghotchkiss@athletics.pitt. edu. Media Will Call/Entrance All media members must pick up credentials and enter the stadium at WIll Call. Pitt’s Will Call will open an hour prior to kickoff. Parking Parking passes may be obtained through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Parking is limited as all requests must be made at least one day in advance of the game. Parking will be in the IM Lot. Visiting Radio Broadcast The visitng radio broadcast crew will be issued space in the press box. As per ACC rules, one ISDN line and one analog phone line will be provided for broadcast. A facility representative will be available prior to the game to answer any questions and/or assist with technological needs.

MEDIAOUTLETS Wireless Access Wireless internet service is available at the Petersen Sports Complex. Press Services Members of the media are supplied with weekly updates containing statistics, game summaries and information regarding upcoming events. On game day, the media relations staff will distribute game programs, team and individual statistics and all post-game information. Interview Policy If a member of the media wishes to interview or photograph a Pitt women’s soccer player or coach, please contact the Athletic Media Relations Department in advance. Every attempt will be made to fulfill the request as efficiently and as quickly as possible. Interviews with student-athletes will be set up only by the Media Relations Office. Please allow at least one day’s notice. Student-athletes’telephone numbers will not be released to the media. Interviews with any of the coaches can be arranged by contacting them directly.

Associated Press, 11 Stanwix Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. (412) 281-3747. ap.org. Beaver County Times, 400 Fair Avenue, Beaver PA 15009. (724) 775-3200. timesonline.com. ROOT Sports, 323 North Shore Drive, Suite 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. (412) 316-3800. pittsburgh. rootsports.com. PSN/Pitt TV, 411 William Pitt Union, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. (412) 648-7990. wpts.pitt.edu. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 34 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. post-gazette.com. Scoreline: (412) 263-1621 or (412) 263-1926 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, D.L. Clark Building, 503 Martindale Street, Third Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. Scoreline: (888) 748-8742 or (412) 321-6460. Pitt Press Box Phone Number, (412) 624-6820

DIRECTIONS From Pittsburgh International Airport • Take I-376 East/I-279 toward Pittsburgh. Pass through the Fort Pitt Tunnel in the right lane. Bear right at the first ramp over the bridge, following signs for I-376. • Exit I-376 at the Oakland/Forbes Avenue exit (Exit 72A). • Turn left at the third traffic light (McKee Place). • Continue through light. • Take left at Allequipa Street (top of hill). • Take right onto Robinson Street. The Petersen Sports Complex is on your left. From Pennsylvania Turnpike (East) • Take the Pittsburgh/Monroeville Exit (Exit 57). Follow I-376 West toward Pittsburgh. • Take the Oakland Exit (Exit 73B). Bear right and proceed up the hill to the first traffic light. • Take a left at Boulevard of the Allies, then a right at Halket. • Proceed to Forbes Ave. and take a right. • Make the left after the light (McKee Place). • Continue through light. • Take left at Allequipa Street (top of hill). • Take right onto Robinson Street. The Petersen Sports Complex is on your left.

AMBROSE URBANIC FIELD -AmbroseUrbanicFieldisapartofPitt’sPetersenSportsComplexthatopenedin2011. -ThePetersenSportsComplexisalsohometoCharlesL.CostFieldandVartabedianField. -ThefieldiscomposedofFieldTurnSyntheticgrassandcanhostacapacitycrowdof735.

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From The North • Take I-79 South to I-279 South to I-579 South (across the Veterans Bridge) • Exit at the Bouldevard of the Allies (Exit 14) toward Monroeville/Oakland. • Turn left at Halket Street. • Turn right on Forbes Avenue. • Make the left at McKee Place. • Continue through light. • Take left at Allequipa Street. • Take right onto Robinson Street. The Petersen Sports Complex is on your left.


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2013 Pitt Women’s Soccer Quick Facts SCHOOLINFORMATION School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Playing Field: Capacity: Affiliation: Conference: Chancellor: Alma Mater/Year: Athletic Director: Alma Mater/Year: Athletic Department Phone: Ticket Office Phone:

University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15261 1787 28,823 Panthers Blue & Gold (PMS 289/PMS 4515) Ambrose Urbanic Field at Petersen Sports Complex 1,000 NCAA Division I Atlantic Coast Conference Mark Nordenberg Thiel College, ‘70 Steve Pederson Nebraska, ‘80 (412) 648-8230 (412) 648-7488 or (412) 648-PITT (Petersen Events Center)

ATHLETICMEDIARELATIONS Women’s Soccer Contact: Office Phone: SID Cell Phone: Email: SID Fax: Website: SID Mailing Address:

Greg Hotchkiss, Director of Media Relations (412) 648-8240 (412) 491-5296 ghotchkiss@athletics.pitt.edu (412) 648-8248 www.pittsburghpanthers.com Pitt Athletic Media Relations; P.O. Box 7436; Pittsburgh, PA 15213-0436 Overnight Address: Athletic Media Relations; Peterson Events Center; 3719 Terrace Street; Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Soccer Press Row Phone: (412) 624-6820

WOMEN’SSOCCERPROGRAMHISTORY First Year of Women’s Soccer: Program Years: Overall All-Time Record: Last Postseason Opponent: Result:

1996 17 96-187-31 at DePaul (10/28/10) Lost, 1-0 (Big East Tournament First Round)

HEADCOACH:GregMiller Alma Mater/Year: Record at Pitt (Years): Career Record (Years): Soccer Office Phone: Miller Cell Phone: Best time to reach coach: Assitant Coaches:

Xavier, ‘93 7-10-2 (beginning 2nd year) 7-10-2 (beginning 2nd year) (412) 648-8232 (614) 537-5320 Afternoons Michael Baker (2nd year), Ileana Moschos (2nd year), Anthony James (Volunteer, 2nd year) Athletic Trainer: Jennifer Csonka

2013TEAMINFORMATION Overall Record in 2012: 7-10-2 Conference Record/Finish: 2-6-2 Big East Conference (6th place American Division) Final Ranking Last Year: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2

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ACCInformation 2013 ACC Women’s Soccer Championship Campus Sites/WakeMed Soccer Park Cary, N.C. November 3; November 8 & 10 Sunday Nov. 3 Campus sites QuarterĮnals

Friday Nov. 8 WakeMed Soccer Park SemiĮnals

ACCInformation Amy Ufnowski, Associate Director of Communications Phone Number: (336) 369-1003 Fax Number: (336) 854-8797 Email: aufnowski@theacc.org ACC Championship Postgame Interview Policy Postgame interviews for head coaches and select student-athletes will be conducted in a designated area. Sports Information Directors from the individual schools will be responsible for directing coaches and athletes to the interview room.

Sunday Nov. 10 WakeMed Soccer Park Championship

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The winning coach will have a 10-minute “cooling off ” period, at which time the head coach and select players will enter the interview area. The losing coach and select players should proceed towards the interview area approximately 10 minutes after the winning coach begins. The interview order will be reversed for the championship game with the losing coach going first to the interview area and then the winning coach.

Match 1 TBD* 8. Match 5 TBD* TV: TBA

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Credential Request All requests for working press, radio and photographer credentials should be made through Amy Ulfnowski in the ACC Communications Office.

Match 2 TBD* 5. Match 7 TBD* TV: TBA

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Match 3 TBD* 6. Match 6 TBD* TV: TBA

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Match 4 TBD* 2.

Top 8 seeds from the regular season advance to ACC Championship play

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ACC Champion

ACCAnnualChampions Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Champion North Carolina NC State North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Virginia North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Wake Forest Florida State Virginia

Runner-Up NC State/Virginia North Carolina NC State Virginia NC State Duke Duke Duke Maryland Clemson Maryland Clemson Wake Forest Duke Florida State Clemson Florida State North Carolina Virginia Florida State Florida State Virginia Tech Florida State Maryland Wake Forest Maryland


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Season Preview 2013 Women’s Soccer The Pitt women’s soccer team will begin its 2013 season with a bright new perspective. Coming off a 7-10-2 (2-6-2 Big East) season in 2012, second year head coach Greg Miller will take his Panthers into the best women’s soccer conference in the country, the Atlantic Coast Conference. Even though the program welcomes back nine returning starters, 12 incoming freshmen will have the opportunity to compete for playing time immediately. Maintaining success in the top flight ACC under these conditions would be difficult for any team, but Miller, joined by assistant coaches Michael Baker, Ileana Moschos and Anthony James, is confident in his squad’s ability as long as the Panthers can preserve their identity.

“We want to establish ourselves as one of the most fit and hardworking teams out there,” Miller said. “We want that to be who we are at the core and if we can consistently show up with that as our identity, I think some of the talent that we have will enable us to compete in every game.” In preparation for the upcoming season, Miller’s goals throughout the spring season have been to not only to improve, but also to mix his returning players and his new signees. “Referring to last spring, when you are coaching only 12 players, you have a lot of time to layer things in and the opportunity to establish what you are trying to do,” Miller explained. “Part of our goal this spring was to get this group as prepared as we could be to be able to lead and adopt in these 12 new players. We had our current players constantly communicatingwithourincominggroup this spring to help bridge the gap and incorporate them into our family sooner” The leading process that Miller envi-

Senior forward Dana DelleFemine.

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sions for his team is supplied by team captains Morgan Sharick and Caroline Keefer. Their senior leadership will provide guidance and direction for the 12 new freshmen signees. Sharick, a senior, a catalyst in the Panthers’ strong backline, ranks first among 2012 returning players in minutes played (1737), tied for first in starts (19) and second in goals scored (four). Keefer, a senior midfielder, has started 54 of her 58 career games played. In losing two starters and 10 total players, Pitt has lost over a third of its minutes played last season. However, of the 19 goals and 18 assists recorded last year by the Panthers, 89% of the goals scored and 83% of the assist production returns to the program for the 2013 season. Pitt adds a 12-member recruiting class that Miller hopes will be ready for the challenge of the new season and the new conference. The youth at every position will be more of a positive than a negative.


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Season Preview ine. Charlebois led the team in goals scored (five) and game winning goals (two) last year. It marked her first season as a Panther after transferring in from Missouri. DelleFemine is making the transition from outside midfielder to forward this season, and Miller is excited about the prospect of seeing her make the score sheet more often this year, whether it’s contributing a goal or an assist.

Junior forward Alex Charlebois.

Several incoming players will also have the opportunity to compete for playing time. Those players include Carly Seneca and Emily Pietrangelo. Seneca is considered one of the top players in Pennsylvania and is a 2012 All-WPIAL selection. Emily Pietrangelo is a member of the Canadian Youth National Team and Under-17 World Cup and Miller expects her experience to provide a good background for the team’s transition to

the ACC. With the addition of these two young players, Miller believes Pitt will have more depth and a more dynamic and balanced scoring attack. MIDFIELD Junior Alyssa Meier, formerly a defensive player, will provide support in the midfield. Meier was one of only two players to start all 19 games last year. In Pitt’s final two games last year, Meier saw action in the midfield and sparked an offensive resurgence with a goal and an assist in leading Pitt to wins over Connecticut and Providence. Miller is hoping she can duplicate that success in the coming year. “We are moving Alyssa into the midfield full-time we want to be able to utilize her talents in that area of the field to help give us a little more presence and possession,” Miller said.

“We see this freshmen group heavily contributing to our team this year,” Miller said. “We really like the diversity and talent level of this class and it really is going to change who we are moving forward. There are so many competitors in this class, people that come from winning clubs and backgrounds. We expect them to bring that experience and winning mentality to our training environment and to our games.” Pitt’s first ACC women’s soccer season will feature eight matches against opponents who ranked among the nation’s top-25 teams last year. The Panthers open up their 2013 season on August 25th against Duquesne. Here is a position by position look at the 2013 Pitt women’s soccer team: FORWARDS Offensively, the Panthers return two experienced players in RS junior Alex Charlebois and senior Dana DelleFemSophomore midfielder Roosa Arvas.

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Senior midfielder Caroline Keefer.

Joining Meier in the midfield are three experienced players in senior co-captain Caroline Keefer, senior Katie Lippert and sophomore Roosa Arvas. Miller praises Lippert for her “ball-winning, set play abilities and overall midfield presence”. Arvas, a sophomore from Kuopio, Finland, led the Panthers in points (14), assists (8 – third in the Big East) and was named fourth team All-America. Arvas earned Big East Rookie of the Week award last year. Miller calls Roosa “an exciting player. She continues to adapt to the college game and we anticipate her being more of a complete player going into her sophomore season”. Miller sees this as an opportunity for the midfield to improve from last year. “The midfield was our most inconsistent line last year,” he said. “By moving Alyssa into the midfield to help Katie, Caroline and Roosa, we hope will provide some stability in our possession and in our attacking.” Also assisting the returnees in the midfield are freshmen Ella Vanhanen,

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Siobhan McDonough and Arielle Fernandez. “We add a completely different dynamic with the addition of Ella, Siobhan and Arielle from an athletic and talent standpoint,” said Miller. Vanhanen, a member of the Finnish National Team, possesses the ability to attack 1v1, and Miller described her as, “an explosive, athletic player with a solid tactical understanding of the game.” McDonough, who was a track and hockey standout, was a 2012 All-America selection from Governor’s Academy in Massachusetts. Fernandez played for one of the top-five best club teams, the Slammers, in the country in high school, and Miller described her by saying, “Her athleticism, strength and vision will give us added dynamic play to our midfield.” DEFENSE Defensively, the Panthers look to improve upon a strong backline, which Coach Miller credits with being “our strongest line last year, and we anticipate that continuing to be one of our stronger lines”. The Panthers have added depth and talent to an already impressive returning group. Three players return with a great deal of experience. Senior co-captain Morgan Sharick leads the group, along with juniors Jackie Poucel and Riliegh McHugh. Poucel had a stellar spring, according to Miller, and the team anticipates great things from her this year, after starting 18 of 19 games last year. McHugh, a transfer from Georgia who scored two goals as a forward last year, is one of Pitt’s more diverse players. She will contribute full-time on the defensive side of the ball this year. The other position in Pitt’s backline could be filled by one of the incoming freshmen. The candidates are Jaci Brown, Marci Carter, Kaila Jenkins JoJo Chryst and Jessica Marini. Brown played for the Slammers soccer club in high school, the best team in the nation in the ECNL (Elite Clubs National League). Carter was a two-time Tennessee All-State first team selection, Chryst

earned All-State honors in Wisconsin, Jenkins was a two-time All-State selection in New Jersey and Marini was a two-time second team All-State selection in Pennsylvania. Miller believes that these freshmen will add talent and depth to the backline. GOALKEEPER In goal, junior Nicole D’Agostino started all 19 games last year, and finished the year ranked third in the Big East in

Senior midfielder Katie Lippert.


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Season Preview saves (87) and fifth in save percentage. D’Agostino faced 290 shots in 2012, and had a 73.1 save percentage. She also concluded the season as a Big East Goalkeeper of the week selection. D’Agostino will be challenged by returning sophomore Makenzie Shearson and two incoming freshmen keepers: Taylor Wulf and Taylor Francis. Wulf is an athletic goalkeeper with soft hands, great reaction time and strong footwork. Francis also arrives with outstanding credentials. She is rated the 10th best goalkeeper in the nation in the Class of 2013, and ESPN had her ranked as the 135th best high school player in the country.

Senior defender Morgan Sharick.

Miller said of the goalkeeper situation, “It is Nicole’s job to lose, being the returning starter, although she will have other people really challenging her and pushing her for that spot. We expect that to be a daily fight”.

ReturningPlayers(11) DanaDelleFemine,Forward Caroline Keefer, Defender Katie Lippert, Midfielder Morgan Sharick, Defender Alex Charlebois, Forward Juniors: NicoleD’Agostino,Goalkeeper Riliegh McHugh, Defender Alyssa Meier, Midfielder Jackie Poucel, Defender Sophomores: Roosa Arvas, Midfielder MakenzieShearson,Goalkeeper Seniors: Junior goalkeeper Nicole D’Agostino.

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2013 Roster No. Name

Pos. Ht.

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00 0 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 33

5-6 5-10 6-0 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-8 5-6 D 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-3 5-1 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-7

Cary, N.C./Panther Creek Mission Viejo, Calif./Santa Margarita Clarendon Hills, Ill./Hinsdale Central London, Ontario/Missouri/Mother Teresa Catholic Ooltewah, Tenn./Baylor School Etters, Pa./Red Land Montclair, N.J./Montclair Tustin, Calif./Arnold O. Beckman Moon Township, Pa./Moon Monroeville, Pa./Gateway Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville Kuopio, Finland/Kuopio Klassillinen Lukio North Huntingdon, Pa./Norwin FR Pittsburgh, Pa./Madison Edgewood (Wis.) Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township Andover, Mass./The Governor’s Academy Long Beach, Calif./Long Beach Poly Toronto, Ontario/Loretto Abbey Secondary School Chadds Ford, Pa./Padua Academy (Del.) Kuopio, Finland/Kuopio Klassillinen Lukio Lower Burrell, Pa./Burrell Belle Vernon, Pa./Greensburgh Central Catholic Hershey, Pa./Georgia/Hershey

Taylor Francis GK Taylor Wulf GK Nicole D’Agostino GK Alex Charlebois F Marci Carter D Katie Lippert MF Kaila Jenkins D Jaci Brown D Caroline Keefer D Carly Seneca F/MF Alyssa Meier MF Roosa Arvas F/MF Dana DelleFemine F Mikayla Chryst Jackie Poucel D Siobhan McDonough F/MF Arielle Fernandez F/MF Emily Pietrangelo F/MF Jessica Marini D Ella Vanhanen F/MF Morgan Sharick D Makenzie Shearson GK Riliegh McHugh D

FR FR JR* JR* FR SR FR FR SR FR JR* SO SR 5-11 JR FR FR FR FR FR SR SO JR*

Hometown/High School

*denotes redshirt

2013 Coaching Staff Head Coach: Greg Miller (2nd season) Assistant Coaches: Michael Baker, Ileana Moschos Volunteer Assistant Coach: Anthony James Athletic Trainer: Jenny Csonka Student Managers: Lilian Lange Rosie Davidson

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PronunciationGuide Roosa Arvas: Alex Charlebois: Nicole D’Agostino: Dana DelleFemine: Kaila Jenkins: SiobhanMcDonough: Emily Pietrangelo: Ella Vanhanen: Arielle Fernandez:

Rosa Ar-Vas Charleb-WAH Dago-stino Dell-FEM-een Kay-La Cha-vahn Pa-trang-e-low Vân-hânen Are-ee-El


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Greg Miller Head Coach Xavier ‘93 • 2nd season at Pitt With the primary goal of changing the program’s culture upon entering the Atlantic Coast Conference, Greg Miller begins his second year as the University of Pittsburgh’s head women’s soccer coach.

amazing campus and the new on-campus soccer facility are just a few,” Miller said. “It is clear that Pitt is committed to taking the next step and I am confident in our new home in the ACC.

Already after one season, Miller has the Pitt program moving in the right direction. In his first season as head coach in 2012, he guided the Panthers to three times as many wins as in the previous year. Following the season, he went to work on the recruiting trail, immediately signing a 12-member recruiting class that includes players from three different countries and six different states. Most importantly, the incoming student-athletes all come from winning backgrounds.

Miller became the third head coach in the history of the Pitt women’s soccer program on Sunday, January 1, 2012. He spent the previous 11 seasons as an assistant at Ohio State University, including the last six as associate head coach, “defensive coordinator” and recruiting coordinator. In those 11 seasons, Miller helped guide the Buckeyes to three Big Ten Championships and seven NCAA Tournament berths.

“There are a host of things that attracted me to this job: the high academic reputation, the

“We are excited to have Greg Miller here at the University of Pittsburgh as our head women’s soccer coach. He has a long track record of success as a coach, including the consistent excellence established during his tenure at Ohio State,” said Pederson. “Greg’s experience in winning the Big Ten, regular appearances in the NCAA Tournament and a Final Four appearance in 2011 give him a unique set of qualifications. Not only has he proven his ability to recruit and coach the finest players in the country, but he will lead us into the ACC, the top soccer conference in the country. We are thrilled to have Greg and his family in Pittsburgh.” Sanft adds, “Pitt is a world class University with a beautiful campus and great athletics facilities. We have high aspirations for all of our teams, and I am confident Greg Miller

will provide the leadership to take our women’s soccer team to a nationally competitive level.” In 2010, Ohio State claimed one of its most successful seasons in program history. The Buckeyes finished 17-5-2 on their way to a Big Ten regular season championship and an appearance in their first-ever NCAA College Cup (Final Four). Under the tutelage of Miller, Cassie Dickerson was named the 2010 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. The Buckeyes won three major conference awards that season as Paige Maxwell was voted the Offensive Player of the Year and head coach Lori Walker was selected as the Coach of the Year. In 2012, Ohio State advanced to its second consecutive Sweet 16 with wins over Tennessee and Milwaukee in the first two rounds. The 2011 season marked the final year for a nine-member Scarlet and Gray senior class that compiled a school-record 51 victories. In total, Miller has coached five consen-

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sus All-America players, four freshman All-America honorees and 12 All-Big Ten first team selections. Miller has helped to mentor 75 student-athletes to academic All-Big Ten accolades and eight NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-Americans. With Miller on the coaching staff, the Buckeyes posted 10 or more wins on eight occasions and set the school record with 19 victories in 2004. OSU also set numerous records that season, including most goals (62), assists (63), shutouts (13) and goalsagainst average (0.67) and an appearance in the national quarterfinals. Ohio State, under Miller’s defensive guidance, had consistently been a difficult team for opponents’ to score on. He had helped direct the Buckeyes to their top four seasons for fewest goals allowed (17 in 2003, 18 in 2004, 13 in 2009 and 15 in 2010). Prior to Ohio State, Miller was an assistant coach at Butler University for two seasons (1999-2000). The Bulldogs tied for first in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1999. Miller’s coaching career began in Indianapolis when he accepted a position as junior varsity and assistant varsity coach of the Cathedral High School boy’s team. In five

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years as JV coach, Miller er compiled a 38-9-6 record, while the varsity ty team won multiple city and sectional honors. ors. A four-year member off the men’s soccer team at Xavier, Miller graduated from the university with a degree ee in psychology in 1993. With over 14 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience, Miller holds an “A” License from the U.S. Soccer occer Federation, a Premier Diploma from m the NSCAA and is a Region II Olympic Development evelopment Program staff coach. An active member of the NSCAA, he also served as a staff coach with the Ohio Premier Soccer Club in Dublin, Ohio. Miller coached four our years with the Indiana State OlympicDevelopment Program and the Indiana Youth Soccer Association. Miller, 41, is married to the former Amy Langhals. Amy, who served rved her alma mater - Ohio State - as an assistant istant golf coach was also a standout student-athlete udent-athlete on the women’s golf team. She e is a member of the school’s Hall of Fame me as a three-time All-Big Ten selection and d honorable mention All-American. The couple ple has a two-year old son, Colin.

FiveConsensusAll-Americanss FourFreshmanAll-Americans EightNSCAA/adidasScholarAll-Americans 12All-BigTenFirstTeamPlayers errs 75AcademicAll-BigTenstudent entathletes

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Michael Baker Assistant Coach Western Kentucky‘05 • 2nd season at Pitt Known for outstanding defensive performances, Michael Baker begins his second season on the University of Pittsburgh women’s soccer coaching staff. “I am very excited to have Mike on our staff,” head coach Greg Miller said. “He brings a good amount of experience from various programs along with a great work ethic. He has a real sense for the game, is an excellent coach, and a tireless recruiter with strong club ties all around the country,

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all of which will prove vital as we move into the ACC.” Baker has over seven years of NCAA Division I soccer coaching experience including stints at Middle Tennessee State (2009-11) and Northwestern State (2006-09). He also worked in the same capacity at Eckerd College, Fla. (2004-06) and Western Kentucky (2002-04). During his three seasons at Middle Tennessee State (2009-11), Baker helped guide the Blue Raiders to three straight winning seasons, including a Sun Belt Conference title and the program’s first NCAA Tournament bid in 2010. During the conference championship season in 2010, Baker coached a MTSU defensive unit that allowed a goal or fewer in 15 consecutive matches, including every game against Sun Belt opponents. The team’s 1.13 goals against average marked the program’s lowest total in three years. With the responsibility of training the goalkeepers, Baker played an integral role in the success of Rebecca Cushing, who was named the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player, as well as the National Goalkeeper of the Week, for her shutout performance against No. 15 Denver in the championship game

helped the team’s goalies turn in their best collective performance on record as they allowed just 19 goals all season and only six in conference play. During his three seasons on the staff, Northwestern State compiled a 29-25-6 record.

Baker’s success with collegiate goalkeepers began before his time with MTSU. Prior to joining the Blue Raiders, he spent three seasons at Northwestern State (2006-09). In just his first season with the Demons, he

Baker graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2005. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture with an emphasis in equine science, while also completing a minor in marketing.

Coaching Career University of Pittsburgh, 2012-Present Middle Tennessee State University, 2009-11 Northwestern State University, 2006-09 Eckerd College, 2004-06 Western Kentucky, 2002-04

Baker’s collegiate coaching experience also includes two seasons as the assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. from 2004-06 and two seasons as a volunteer assistant at his alma mater Western Kentucky from 2002-04. Baker’s coaching licenses include an NSCAA Regional Diploma, an NSCAA National Youth Diploma, an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, a USSF “C” license, and a Brazilian “D” license.


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Ileana Moschos Assistant Coach Wofford ‘98 • 2nd season at Pitt 11), Florida State (2006-07) and Iowa State (2004-06). At her most recent stop at Ball State in 2011, the Cardinals tallied nine victories and qualified for the MAC Tournament.

Known for professional goalkeeping ability and defensive knowledge, Ileana Moschos is set to begin her second season as an assistant coach with the Pitt women’s soccer program. “Ileana has been a wonderful addition to our Pitt women’s soccer family,” Miller said.”She has had a great deal of experience as an assistant coach at a number of institutions. She has a bright soccer mind, a real competitive drive, and is an organized, diligent recruiter.” Moschos is equipped with 12 years of collegiate coaching experience, including stints at Ball State (2011), Creighton (2007-

Before Ball State, Moschos spent four years as the top assistant at Missouri Valley Conference power Creighton, where she helped guide the Bluejays to a Missouri Valley Conference Tournament title and national tournament bid in her final season on the coaching staff (2010). That season, Creighton went 15-4-2 with 10 shutouts and a 0.83 goals against average. In Moschos’s four seasons as an assistant, Creighton had 35 shutouts, including a school-record 11 in 2009. The Bluejays had an all-conference goalkeeper in three of the four years with Moschos on the staff. Moschos began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant at the University of Wyoming in 1999. Following her one season with the Cowgirls, Moschos spent two seasons at North Texas, two seasons at Iowa State and one season at Florida State. She also spent time at Sacramento State and Davidson as well all before moving on to Creighton and then Ball State. From 2002-04, she coached in the Olympic Development Program as a member of the ODP staff in Dallas. During her tenure at Iowa State, Moschos played a vital role in ISU’s 2006 class ranking 26th in the nation. Under her guidance and coaching, Iowa State goalkeeper Joanna Haig was named to the Under-20 US Women’s National Team for the FIFA World Cham-

pionships in Russia. In 2005, Haig was named to the NSCAA All-Central Region Team and All-Big 12 Second Team selection. At Florida State, Moschos helped the Seminoles advance to the College Cup in 2006, and at Iowa State, she was part of the 2005 Big 12 Coaching Staff of the Year after the Cyclones earned a program-best second-place finish in the Big 12 and a first-time bid into the NCAA Tournament. After her collegiate playing career, Moschos was a member of the Greek National Team when it hosted the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics. She was named the Most Valuable Goalkeeper in the Women’s Professional Soccer League (WPSL) in 2002 while playing for the California Storm. She was also invited to the first-ever Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) combine and draft. Moschos earned her bachelor’s degree in business economics from Wofford College in 1998 after being a four-year letterwinner for the Terriers. A team captain, she earned All-Southern Conference Tournament accolades in 1997 and was an NSCAA All-South Region selection in 1996. Moschos has received her Premier, Advanced national and National diplomas from the NSCAA. She has been an NSCAA licensed goalkeeping coach since 2000, and holds an USSF “A” coaching license. In 2000, Moschos earned a master’s degree from Wyoming in physical and health education and kinesiology.

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Anthony James Volunteer Assistant Coach Wheeling Jesuit ‘94 • 2nd season at Pitt Anthony James begins his second season with the Pitt women’s soccer program as its Volunteer Assistant Coach. James joins the Pitt staff with a combined 19 years of women’s soccer coaching experience, including 11 years at the collegiate level. In previous appointments, he has served as the head coach at both Youngstown State (2004-08) and West Virginia Wesleyan (2000-04) and as a graduate assistant at his alma mater Wheeling Jesuit (1994-97). James currently works as the Director of Coaching and Player Development for the Soccer Vision Academy. He established the academy during the spring of 1998 in Wheeling, W.Va. Most recently, James spent time enhancing his coaching credentials with international trips to Spain and Brazil. While in both countries, James was able to study the youth academies of Real Madrid, Athletico Madrid and Getafe in Spain and Flamengo, Botafogo, Fluminense and Tigres FC in Brazil. Previously, James served as the head women’s soccer coach at Youngstown State for five seasons. In 2008, the Penguins experienced their most successful season at the NCAA Division I level while winning their first ever Horizon League postseason match. During his tenure, five of his players were named to Horizon League All-Conference teams. His 2007 squad, which showcased his most talented recruiting class, was honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for maintaining a team grade point average of 3.09. He is formerly an assistant coach with the United States Under-14 Girl’s National Team

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and is currently the head coach of the Ohio North 1997 Girl’s Olympic Development Program state team. Currently, James is also the assistant coach of the Region I U-13 Girl’s ODP team. In 2000, James became the head women’s soccer coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College where he guided the Bobcats to a 55-25-3 overall record along with two West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles. For his efforts, he received WVIAC Coach of the Year awards in both 2001 and 2003. In 2003, he led Wesleyan to a 16-3-2 record. During his four-year tenure, James also coached two All-Americans, two conference players of the year and two rookies of the year. James began his collegiate coaching career in 1994 as a graduate assistant at Wheeling Jesuit University. He later established himself as one of the elite high school coaches in West Virginia when he took over the Wheeling Park High School varsity program in the fall of 1997. He guided his teams to back-to-back state championships (1998 and 1999) and also experienced an undefeated season in 1999. For his efforts, he was honored as a two-time West Virginia High School Coach of the Year award winner. During his time in West Virginia, James worked at the state ODP level and joined the Region I staff in 1999 as a senior staff coach with the girl’s program. He was later named head coach of the U-13 girl’s program in 2004. In 2005 he was named to the Region I staff to take an ODP team to Barbados to compete internationally against teams from Barbados and other Caribbean countries.

Coaching Career University of Pittsburgh, 2012- Present Youngstown State University, 2004-08 WestVirginiaWesleyanCollege,2000-04 Wheeling Park H.S.(W.Va.), 1997-99

Recently, he was included on the Region I staff to participate in the U.S. Youth Soccer Regional ODP Girls 2012 event in Costa Rica with the 1997 Region I Girl’s ODP team. From 2005-08, James worked with the U.S. Soccer Under-14 Girls National Team pool camp in California James earned a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from Wheeling Jesuit in 1994. He earned a Masters of Business Administration in 1997. A native of Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, James holds a USSF “A” License, NSCAA Premier Diploma and USSF Youth License. He resides in Western Pennsylvania with his wife Andrea and their two sons Antoni and Arion.


Player Profiles RoosaArvas 18 JaciBrown 19 MarciCarter 20 AlexCharlebois 21 MikaylaChryst 22 NicoleD’Agostino 23 DanaDelleFemine 24 ArielleFernandez 25 TaylorFrancis 26 KailaJenkins 27 CarolineKeefer 28 Katie Lippert 29

JessicaMarini 30 SiobhanMcDonough 31 RilieghMcHugh 32 AlyssaMeier 33 EmilyPietrangelo 34 JackiePoucel 35 CarlySeneca 36 MorganSharick 37 MakenzieShearson 38 EllaVanhanen 39 TaylorWulf 40


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Roosa Arvas 13 MF • 5-8 • SO • 1L Kuopio,Finland/KuopionKlassillinenLukio QUOTING MILLER: “Roosa is an exciting player. She continues to adapt to the college game, and we anticipate her being more of a complete player going into her sophomore season. We look for her to be impacting our success either in the midfield or up front.” 2012: Named a Fourth Team All-American by College Sports Madness...Led Pitt in points (14), assists (eight) and corner kicks taken (46), ranked second on the team in shots (24) and third in goals scored (three)...Also recorded 29 shots, including 12 on goal and racked up 1,254 minutes of playing time...

Ranked third among Big East statistical leaders in assists and assists per game...Ranked No. 46 nationally in assists per game... Became only the third player in Pitt history to be named the Big East Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week on Aug. 27 after totaling one goal, five assists and seven points in wins over Robert Morris, St. Bonaventure and Duquesne...Also named the College Sports Madness Women’s Soccer Big East Player of the Week for her efforts...Saw action in all 19 games, including 17 starts as a freshman...Recorded three goals on the season including a career-high two at St.

Johns in a 2-2 tie (Oct. 7)...Notched a goal in a 3-1 win over Duquesne (Aug. 26)...Finished with a career-high two assists in two games: at St. Bonaventure (Aug. 24) and Duquesne (Aug. 26)...Totaled four points two different times: Duquesne (Aug. 26) and at St. John’s (Oct. 7). HIGH SCHOOL: Native of Kuopio, Finland who led her team to the girls Finnish Championship in 2010...Was named Finnish technique champion in 2008...Also played on both the U16 and U19 national teams, playing in 11 games and scoring two goals...Named 2012 team MVP. PERSONAL: Born October 27, 1993 in Kuopio, Finland...Daughter of Jarmo Arvas and Jaana Strengell...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 100, at St. John’s, 10/7/12. Goals: 2, at St. John’s, 10/7/12. Assists: 2, two times- Duquesne, 8/26/12; at St. Bonaventure, 8/24/12. Points: 4, two times- at St. John’s, 10/7/12; Duquesne, 8/26/12. Shots: 5, two times- at St. John’s, 10/7/12; Robert Morris, 8/22/12.

ArvasCareerStatistics Season GP-GS Min. 2012 19-17 1253 Totals 19-17 1253

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G 3 3

A 8 8

Pts. 14 14

Shots 29 29

Shot% SOG .103 12 .103 12

SOG% GW .414 1 .414 1

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0


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Jaci Brown 8 D/MF • 5-6 • FR • HS Tustin, Calif./Arnold O. Beckman

QUOTING MILLER: “Jaci comes from the extremely successful Slammers FC team in California where they expect nothing but your best. Coming off an ECNL National Championship, Jaci has risen above and beyond to make herself an excellent defender. She has the athleticism and tactical understanding as an outside back to be very dangerous in the attack but has the mindset to get back and defend quickly. We expect her to have an immediate impact.”

for nine years (2004-13)...Served as the team’s captain since 2005...Helped lead the Slammers to the ECNL Under-16 National Championship in 2012...The Slammers were named the top soccer club in the ECNL in 2012...Also led the Slammers to two Surf Cup championships (2010 and 2011), the Region 4 and National Cup Champions (California South) in 2011, the Nike Manchester Cup finals in 2010 and the 2008 CalSouth State Title...Invited to attend the 2008 and 2009 California Regional Training Camp.

August 24, 1995...Daughter of Charles and Lily Brown...Has one older sister Rachel... Uncle Eugene Brown wrestled at Springfield College...Uncle Maurice Brown ran track at NJIT...Has volunteered in her community feeding the homeless for two years...Passionate about fashion and design...Served on the Nordstrom BP Fashion Board from 2011-2013...Played on the FC Slammers Club team with fellow Pitt signee and California native Arielle Fernandez...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Business Administration.

PERSONAL: Born Jaci Mychele Brown on

HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Arnold O. Beckman High School in Irvine, Calif., where she played four years of varsity soccer for coaches Gordon Scott and Stacy Colon...Currently playing her senior season at Beckman...Four-year varsity starter... Two-time team captain...Three-time Orange County Varsity “Top Player to Watch” honoree...Four-year All-Pacific Coast Conference selection...First-team all-league as a junior... Two-time all-league selection as a freshman and sophomore...Helped guide the Lady Patriots to a California State Semifinalist finish and Regional finalist appearance as a freshman...Named team Rookie of the Year and received the team’s Scholar-Athlete Award... Three-time Scholar-Athlete award winner... Has played for the Slammers FC Club team

“Jaci has the athleticism and understanding as an outside back to be very dangerous in the attack but has the mindset to get back and defend.We expect her to have an immediate impact.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Marci Carter 4 D • 5-7 • FR • HS Ooltewah, Tenn./Baylor School QUOTING MILLER: “Marci is a smart and gifted athlete. She is a composed defender that has a huge competitive drive about her. She reads the game very well and has proven leadership qualities that will come in handy for us. We are expecting her to challenge for time at the center back spot.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn., where she played four years of varsity soccer for coaches Jimmy Weekly and Curtis Blair... Two-time Tennessee Division II Class 2A All-State First Team selection (senior and sophomore seasons)...Selected All-State by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association... Guided Baylor to back-to-back state championships in 2010 and 2011...Led the Lady Raiders to an 11-4-3 record as a senior... Led team to the 2011 Tennessee Division II Class 2A state title, a No. 3 national ranking by ESPN and a 19-1-0 record during her junior season...Helped lead Baylor to the state title and a 17-0-2 record during her sophomore year...Helped guide her squad to a Division II Class 2A state runner-up finish and 17-1-1 record as a freshman...Played for the Olympic Development state team from 2009-11...Played for Nashville’s FC Alliance from 2010-13 where she was coached by Josh Gray...Helped lead FC Alliance to the 2011 Tennessee state title, the 2012 Region 3

“Marci is a smart and gifted athlete. She is a composed defenderthathasahugecompetitivedriveabouther.She readsthegameverywellandhasprovenleadershipqualities that will come in handy for us.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Premier League Central championship and state finals appearance and 2013 Disney Showcase title...Four-year varsity basketball letterwinner...Two-year National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born Marci Michelle Carter on September 5, 1994...Daughter of Jack and Donna Carter...Has three older siblings: Brian, Jenny and Nathan...Brother Brian played soccer at Wofford College... Sister Jenny played soccer at Covenant College and was named a NSCAA First Team All-American in 2009...Hobbies and interests include reading, animals and rock climbing... Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity...Once attended a National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in Chicago in 2011...Plans to major in bioengineering and hopes to be an orthopedic surgeon one day.


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Alex Charlebois 3 F • 5-7 • JR • 1L London,Ontario/Missouri/MotherTeresaCatholic 2010-11: Spent two years at the University of Missouri...Played her freshman season at Missouri...Saw action in 18 games...Notched an assist in a conference win over Oklahoma (Oct. 3)...Tallied eight shots on goal during the year.

QUOTING MILLER: “Alex is a versatile player that could play either in the midfield or up top. Her work rate and athleticism will be key for us next year and we look to have Alex become a heavier contributor statistically.” CAREER: Enters her redshirt junior season at Pitt after leading the Panthers in scoring (five goals) and game-winning goals (two) as a redshirt sophomore...Transferred to Pitt after attending Missouri (2010-11). 2012: Started 15 of 19 games played on the year, while tallying a total of 1,170 minutes... Led Pitt with five goals and two game-winning goals and ranked second on the squad in points (12)...Tallied 13 shots on goal with a .619 shots on goal percentage...Also tallied two assists on the year...Named to the Big East Honor Roll on Oct. 15 after scoring three goals on the week, including a career-high two scores along with the game-winner against Connecticut (Oct. 11) and one against Providence (Oct. 14)...Two game winning goals on the year came against both Robert Morris (Aug. 22) and Connecticut (Oct. 11)...Notched two goals and a career-high four points against Connecticut (Oct. 11)...Scored a goal in a 3-1 win over Duquesne (Aug. 26)...Finished with assists against both Liberty (Sept. 7) and Villanova (Sept. 28)... Named a Big East Academic All-Star.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School in London, Ontario...In 2008, her team won the Women’s Canadian National silver medal and was both Ontario Cup Champions and Mid-American Champions...In 2007, was OYSL West Division Champions, Mid-America Champions and Ontario Cup Champions...In 2006, led team to the Pacesetter Championships, where they won first place, as well as the Ontario Cup Championship, the Mid-America Classic Gold Division Championship and the Canadian National Championship...Named 2006 Female Athlete of the Year...Nominated for Junior Athlete of the Year in 2007...Recipient of the Mother Teresa Soccer Award... Was also a very active skier, qualifying and competing at the provincial level on the slalom, giant slalom, and Super G events...Is a certified CSCF Level 2 coach in ski racing... Also played basketball and competed in track and field...Two-year honor roll student. PERSONAL: Born November 30, 1992 in Newmarket, Ontario...Daughter of Giles and Tara Charlebois...Has one sister, Brieanna... Majors in social sciences. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 85, at Michigan, 8/19/12. Goals: 2, Connecticut, 10/11/12. Assists: 1, two times- Villanova, 10/28/12; at Liberty, 9/7/12. Points: 4, Connecticut, 10/11/12. Shots: 4, Providence, 10/14/12.

CharleboisCareerStatistics Season GP-GS Min. 2012 19-15 1170 Totals 19-15 1170

G 5 5

A 2 2

Pts. 12 12

Shots 21 21

Shot% SOG .238 13 .238 13

SOG% GW .619 2 .619 2

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0

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Mikayla Chryst 15 D • 5-11 • FR • HS Pittsburgh,Pa./MadisonEdgewood(Wis.) QUOTING MILLER: “JoJo is an athletic, hardnosed defender. She is dominant in the air and competent technically, allowing her to be composed on the ball. She brings attitude, work ethic, tenacity and height to our back line.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Edgewood High School in Madison, Wis.... Completed her senior season in the spring at Edgewood where she competed for head coach Chris Martinelli...As a defender, scored two goals and contributed three assists during her senior year...Named threetime All-Area player by the Wisconsin State Journal and “Best of the Rest” honoree by the Wisconsin Coaches Association... Four-time unanimous All-Badger South Conference selection...Four-time All-City selection...Two-year soccer team captain... Helped guide the Crusaders to the 2011 state championship and Badger South Conference title as a sophomore...Team captured a conference title and appeared in the state semifinals during her freshman season... Competed for the Madison 56ers for head coaches Brian Feyrer and John Reddan (2006-12)...Four-year varsity letterwinner in basketball for head coach Lora Staveness... National Honor Society member...High Honor Roll student (2010-13).

“JoJo is dominant in the air and competent technically, allowinghertobecomposedontheball.Shebringsattitude, work ethic, tenacity and height to our back line.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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PERSONAL: Born Mikayla Jo Chryst on February 9, 1995...Daughter of Paul and Robin Chryst...Daughter of Pitt football coach Paul Chryst...Has an older sister Katy and younger brother Danny...Sister Katy is a sophomore at Pitt...The sisters were teammates at Edgewood...Nickname is JoJo...Stayed with her grandmother in Madison while completing her senior year in high school...Completed over 200 hours of community service during high school...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.


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NicoleD’Agostino1 GK • 6-0 • JR • 2L Clarendon Hills, Ill./Hinsdale, Central

QUOTING MILLER: “We’re excited to have Nicole back for her final year. She obviously did a great job for us last fall and had a really good spring. That hard work has got her fitness to a whole new level. Her game has also improved. We expect her to be fighting off the others for the starting goalkeeper spot.” CAREER: Enters her redshirt junior season after seeing action in 24 career games (21 starts) and 2,011 minutes as Pitt’s goalkeeper...Earned the starting goalkeeper role as a redshirt sophomore in 2012.

2012: Played in 1,696 minutes and started all 19 games at goalkeeper...Made 87 saves, totaled three shutouts, allowed only 1.70 goals per game and registered a .731 save percentage while facing 290 shots on the year...Ranked third overall in the Big East in saves (87) and fifth in saves per game (4.6)... Named the Big East Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper of the Week during the final week of the season (Oct. 15) after combining for 12 saves and allowing just one goal in wins over Connecticut and Providence...Recorded shutouts at Liberty (Sept. 7), at South Florida (Sept. 16) and vs. Providence (Oct. 14)... Finished with a career-high nine saves three different times: at Michigan (Aug. 19), vs. Miami (Aug. 31) and vs. Connecticut (Oct. 11)... Made seven saves in four different matches: Marquette (Sept. 13), at Notre Dame (Sept. 21), at DePaul (Sept. 23) and at St. John’s (Oct. 7). 2011: Played in five games, starting two matches...Logged 315 minutes in goal and posted a .500 save percentage...Made 15 saves.

2010: Redshirted first season at Pitt. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Hinsdale Central High School in Clarendon Hills, Ill... Led Hinsdale Central to the state championship, finishing the season ranked No. 11 nationally...Led her team to two conference titles (2007 and 2009) and regional championships (2008 and 2009)...Recorded nine shutouts during her junior season, leading her team to a 20-3-2 record and a state title... Recorded 116 saves in 19 games during her junior season...Allowed only 1.11 goals per game as a junior...Named Honorable All-Sectional twice for her play as a junior and senior...Recorded four shutouts during her sophomore year... Allowed 0.83 goals per game and recorded eight shutouts during her freshman season. PERSONAL: Born June 16, 1992...Daughter of Joseph D’Agostino and Vivian Busch... Has one older sister: Danielle...Majors in communication & economics.

D’AgostinoCareerStatistics Season 2011 2012 Totals

GP-GS 5-2 19-15 19-15

Min. 315:00 1694:57 2009:57

GA 15 32 47

GAAvg 4.29 1.70 2.10

Saves 15 87 102

Save% .500 .731 .685

W 1 7 8

L 3 10 13

T 0 2 2

Sho 0.0 3.0 3.0

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DanaDelleFemine14 F • 5-6 • SR • 3L North Huntingdon, Pa./Norwin QUOTING MILLER: “Dana is an exciting player whose speed and work rate will help us. We definitely hope that she can get on the score sheet a little more this year, whether that’s assisting or scoring goals.” CAREER: In three seasons with the Panthers, Dana DelleFemine has scored six goals and tallied two assists while appearing in 50 career games...Posted two multi-goal games during her career...Pitt is 4-0 in matches where she’s scored. 2012: Started all 17 games that she played in on year...Tallied one assist and three points on the year...Led Pitt in shots on goal with 14 and ranked third on the team in overall shots with 24...Racked up 1,016 minutes of playing

time...Lone goal of the season was the deciding goal in a 2-1 win at St. Bonaventure (Aug. 24)... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2011: Appeared in 19 games, starting in 15... Tallied two goals and four points...Ranked second on the team in goals, second in shots on goal (15) and third in shots (37)...Both goals on the season came in a 6-1 win over St. John’s (Oct. 9). 2010: Saw action in 14 games with five starts...An offensive threat at forward... Finished second on the team in goals (3) and fourth in points (7)...Started the first five games of the season before missing part of the season due to injury...Scored first two career goals including the game-winner in a 3-0 victory over Oakland (Aug. 29)... Added a goal in the Panthers 2-0 win against conference foe Providence...Tallied an assist in season opening victory over Buffalo (Aug. 20)...Fired 12 shots including 11 on goal to lead the squad with a .917 shots-on-goal percentage. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Norwin High School in North Huntingdon, Pa....A four-year varsity letterwinner at Norwin High School...Three-time All-Section Class 3A selection (2007-2009) and two-time All-WPIAL Class 3A honoree...Named to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette All-Star East Team in 2008 and 2009...Named the Fay-West Female Athlete of the Week following her senior season...Guided her team to a state semifinals appearance as a senior in 2009, a state quarterfinal berth in 2008 and a Section Class 3A championship in 2006...Also played for the Beadling Soccer Club travel team, which was ranked No. 3 in the nation and defeated the No. 1 team in 2009...Concluded

her varsity soccer career with 48 goals and 26 assists...Nominated as a Player to Watch on TopDrawerSoccer.com...Also competed and qualified for the PIAA state track and field championships in the mile relay and 400-meter dash...Her team placed sixth in the state...Four-time WPIAL team champions in the mile relay...Placed fourth in the WPIAL 400-meter dash in 2008...In 2009, captured WPIAL championship in the mile relay (3:56) and placed 10th overall in the state... In 2010, placed sixth in the 400-meter dash and second in the mile relay at the WPIAL championships...Other individual track and field times include: 100-meter dash (12.5 seconds), 200-meter dash (26.2 seconds), and 400-meter dash (57.9 seconds). PERSONAL: Born November 21, 1991... Daughter of Tony and Denise DelleFemine... Has two younger siblings: Rachel and Anthony...Majors in sociology. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, Rutgers, 9/23/11. Goals: 2, two times- St. John’s, 10/9/11; Oakland, 8/29/10. Assists: 1, two times- Duquesne, 8/26/12; Buffalo, 8/20/10. Points: 4, two times- St. John’s, 10/9/11; Oakland, 8/29/10. Shots: 5, at Connecticut, 10/14/11.

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GP-GS 14-5 19-15 17-17 50-37

Min. 551 1346 1015 2912

G 3 2 1 6

A 1 0 1 2

Pts. 7 4 3 14

Shots 12 36 24 72

Shot% .250 .056 .042 .083

SOG 11 15 14 40

SOG% .917 .417 .583 .556

GW 1 0 1 2

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ArielleFernandez18 F/MF • 5-5 • FR • HS Long Beach, Calif./Long Beach Poly Fernandez of Long Beach, Calif....Nickname is Ari...Mother competed in track and field at Cal-Berkeley...Established musician who has played the violin, clarinet/bass clarinet and tenor saxophone...Also would like to learn how to play the piano and guitar... Toured Europe with the All Southern California Ambassadors of Music, performing in England, France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria

and Germany...Hobbies and interests include the beach, traveling, dancing and listening to music...Played on the FC Slammers Club team with fellow Pitt signee and California native Jaci Brown...Intends to major in biology...Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

QUOTING MILLER: “Arielle comes from the same Slammers FC Club as Jaci. She has been able to make herself a quality technical player and has a knack for finding the goal from both the striker position as well as attacking mid. Her athleticism, strength and vision will give us added dynamic play to our frontline.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Long Beach Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, Calif....Helped guide the Slammers Football Club, coached by Walid Khoury, to tournament titles at the Manchester Cup (finalist, 2009), Surf Cup (champions, 2010), California State Cup (champions, 2011), USYSA Region 4 (champions, 2011), ECNL Nationals (champions, 2011), USYSA National Championships (4th place, 2012) and ECNL Nationals (first place, 2012)...The Slammers were named the top soccer club in the ECNL in 2012...Also competed for the Beach Football Club, coached by Dave Kelsey...Two-year varsity soccer letterwinner (freshman and sophomore seasons) at Long Beach Poly for head coach Teri Collins...National Honor Society member...Played ODP for Southern California in 2010. PERSONAL: Born Arielle Fernandez on October 31, 1995...Daughter of Maceo and Tanya

“Ariellehasbeenabletomakeherselfaqualitytechnicalplayer and has a knack for findingthegoalfrom boththe striker position as well as attacking mid.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Taylor Francis 00 GK • 5-6 • FR • HS Cary, N.C./Panther Creek QUOTING MILLER: “Taylor is a consistent and dependable goalkeeper who possesses the ability to change or take over a game in an instant. She is a big-time player that excels in big games as a result of her tireless preparation and deep competitiveness. She is technically and tactically sharp, which coupled with her leadership, makes her an all-around solid goalkeeper. We expect her to compete immediately for time in the goal.”

HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Panther Creek High School in Cary, N.C.... Ranked by TopDrawerSoccer as the 107th best recruit nationally, the No. 14 player in the South Atlantic Region and No. 10 goalkeeper in the nation in the Class of 2013...Ranked by ESPN-HS as the No. 135 player nationally...Two-time All-Tri-Nine Conference honorable mention selection... Two-time Academic All-Tri-Nine Conference selection...Two-time finalist for the Gatorade State Player of the Year Award...Among her individual club accomplishments are: led the Region 3 Premier League in save percentage in 2010 and was named the Most Valuable Player at the Super Y Nationals...Competed in the North Carolina Olympic Development Program (2007-12) and was a member of the Region III Olympic Development Team from 2008-10...Played for the CASL Chelsea Ladies for head coach Damon Nahas from 2011-13...Guided Chelsea to back-to-back National Championships and back-to-back Southeast Conference titles in the Under-17 and Under-16 age groups (2011 and 2012)... Played for the CASL Spartan Elite Black from 2007-11...Led team to the 2011 USYSA Region 3 Semifinals, North Carolina State Cup, the 2010 R3 Premier League championship, ECNL National Semifinals and the ECNL Southeast Conference title, USYSA Region 3 semifinals and 2009 USYSA National Championship finalist, and Region 3 title...Also guided team to the 2008 Super Y National Championship... Four-time North Carolina Cup State Champion...Competed at various US Soccer Training Centers in Winston-Salem, Greenville, S.C.; Greensboro, Richmond, Va.; Frisco, Texas; Montevallo, Ala.; and Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

“Taylor is a consistent and dependable goalkeeper who possesses the ability to change or take over a game in an instant.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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PERSONAL: Born Taylor Marie Francis on March 29, 1995...Daughter of Joe and Kellie Francis...Honor Roll student...Hobbies and interests include whitewater rafting, backpacking (has been to Europe) and dance... Plans to major in biology...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.


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Kaila Jenkins 7 D • 5-5 • FR • HS Montclair, N.J./Montclair

QUOTING MILLER: “Kaila is a player that brings a ton of speed and athleticism to our squad. Her competitive nature will separate her from most. She is a solid 1v1 defender who likes to get forward into the attack. We anticipate that she will compete for time in our backline.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Montclair High School in Montclair, N.J., where she was a four-year varsity starter in soccer...Named the New Jersey State Player of the Year as a senior...Two-time All-State selection (First Team as a senior and Second Team as a junior), three-time All-Conference, three-time All-Group selection and four-time All-County honoree...Played centerback, led the Mounties to the New Jersey group sectional title, an Essex County championship and 18-3-3 record and earned 13 shutouts as a senior in 2012...Also limited opponents to one goal or fewer in 20 of 24 matches as a senior...Scored a goal on a 40-yard free kick blast...Earned her team’s Matt Reisig

and Best Defender awards following her senior season...Led team to the New Jersey group sectional championship, Essex County regular season and tournament titles and 22-1-1 record as a junior...Played defender and helped lead team to a 12-6-0 record as a sophomore...Started in the midfield, scored six goals and guided her team to a 13-2-3 overall record and state final appearance as a freshman...Played for the Montclair United Bluehawks from 2003-07...Played with the SDFC Lynx...Helped guide the Lynx to a state cup, earned a trip to regionals, won the Jefferson Cup and earned a spot in the US Club nationals in Virginia Beach, Va....Also played varsity lacrosse and served as team captain...Scored eight goals and added two assists during her senior year in lacrosse. PERSONAL: Born Kaila J. Jenkins on February 24, 1995...Daughter of Mr. Glenn and Pamela Jenkins...Has three siblings: Tiffany, Erinn and Drew...Brother Drew plays lacrosse at Syracuse...Sister serves as Montclair High School field hockey coach... Father played football at Hampton University...Has volunteered with an organization called “Goals for Life,” which raises funds for breast cancer through an adult soccer match...Also involved with an organization called “Sisters on the Run,” which combats domestic violence against women...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

“Kaila is a player that brings a ton of speed and athleticism to our squad. Her competitive nature will separate her from most.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Caroline Keefer 9 D/MF • 5-5 • SR • 3L Moon Township, Pa./Moon QUOTING MILLER: “Caroline is a versatile player and one of our co-captains. She will play in the back or in the midfield for us in 2013. We will be counting on her leadership abilities and experience with so many young players.” CAREER: A three-year Big East Academic All-Star, has established herself as a defensive leader, starting 54 of her 58 career games played...Named to the All-Big East Rookie Team and the TopDrawerSoccer.com “100 Freshman to Watch” list as a freshman in 2010...In her three-year varsity career, has tallied 12 shots, including six on goal. 2012: Saw action in all 19 games, starting 15...Recorded seven shots with four on goal

on the year...As a defender, contributed to three shutouts...Tallied 1,128 minutes of playing times on the year... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2011: One of just four players to start all 19 games on the year...Helped lead the Pitt defense to a shutout in a 1-0 win over Delaware (Aug. 28)...Took lone shot of the season, in season opening 2-2 tie with Eastern Michigan (Aug. 19)...Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2010: As a freshman, started all 20 games for the Panthers in 2010...A solid defender, she led the team with 1,834 minutes played... Named to the All-Big East Rookie Team as well as TopDrawerSoccer.com “100 Freshman to Watch” list...Tallied four shots including two on goal...Named a Big East Academic All-Star. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Moon Area High School in Moon Township, Pa... Led her team to three section championships...Led her squad to the WPIAL quarterfinals in her senior season...Led her team to the state title game in her freshman season... Three-year captain of the Beadling Cup traveling team and six time state champions...Named a top 20 player in Pennsylvania by TopDrawerSoccer.com...Finished fourth all-time in career points at Moon with 184, including 64 goals and 56 assists...Led Moon to a 74-11-4 combined record in four years...Earned All-Section and All-District honors three times, and All-WPIAL twice... Named to the 2009 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review All-Star team, and the 2008 and 2009 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette West All-Star team... Selected to the 2009 All-state Pennsylvania team...Ranked among the top-10 WPIAL

goal scorers in 2007-08...Was a member of ODP PA West from 2006-2009, and served as captain in two of those years, and ODP invite to Developmental camp...Earned a four-year Scholar Athlete Award...Member of the varsity track and field team and the National Honor Society at Moon. PERSONAL: Born May 28, 1992...Daughter of Craig and Beje Keefer...Has two younger siblings: Matthew and Hayden...Mother, Beje, played soccer at UNC-Wilmington and father, Craig, played baseball at University of Pennsylvania...Enrolled in the College of Business Administration with an emphasis on marketing. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, six times- Rutgers, 9/23/11; USFW, 9/18/11; Colorado College, 9/2/11; Eastern Michigan, 8/18/11; at Syracuse, 10/10/10; Kent State, 9/12/10. Shots: 2, three times- Villanova, 9/28/12; at Eastern Michigan, 8/17/12; Akron, 9/10/10.

Keefer Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 Totals

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GP-GS 20-20 19-19 19-15 58-54

Min. 1834 1745 1127 4706

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0 0

Shots 4 1 7 12

Shot% .000 .000 .000 .000

SOG 2 0 4 6

SOG% .500 .000 .571 .500

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


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Katie Lippert 5 MF • 5-6 • SR • 3L Etters, Pa./Red Land game, a 4-1 victory over Buffalo (Aug. 20)... Finished 2010 with two points and 18 shots... Registered eight shots on goal...Tallied a season-high five shots against West Virginia (Sept. 28)...Named a Big East Academic All-Star.

QUOTING MILLER: “We’re excited to have Katie back for her senior season and we look forward to her being impactful as she was all of last year with her ball-winning, set-pieces and overall soccer presence.” CAREER: Over her three-year career, Katie Lippert has logged a significant amount of playing time, including seeing action in 44 games with 35 starts...During that time, she has tallied three goals, six points on 47 shots. 2012: Started all 18 games she played in as a defensive midfielder...Tallied 1,158 minutes of playing time, scored one goal, took eight shots with three on goal...Notched her one goal on the year against Villanova (Sept. 28)... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2011: Started in 11 of the 12 games she played...Took 21 shots on the season, including eight shots on goal...Scored lone goal of the season in a 2-2 tie with USF (Sept. 18)... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2010: Played in 16 games including five starts...Missed part of the season due to injury...Scored first career goal in first

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Red Land High School in Lewisberry, Pa....Four-year varsity letterwinner...First-team Mid-Penn All-Star in 2010...2009 and 2010 Mid-Penn Commonwealth Player of the Year...Earned an All-State selection in 2009 and 2010 and All-Region in 2010...Harrisburg Patriot News Big 11 First Team selection in 2009 and 2010... Accumulated 82 goals and 30 assists in four years at Red Land...Also a member of the CPYSL Alliance Boys Select Team from 20052007...Played for the Hershey Attack travel team from 2008-10, where she guided her squad to the 2009 Pa. State Cup Championship...Played four years of varsity basketball at Red Land. PERSONAL: Born September 13, 1991... Daughter of Scott and Darlene Lippert...Has one older sibling: Kelsey...Majors in health and physical activity/exercise science. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, four times- South Florida, 9/18/11; Colorado College, 9/2/11; Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11; at Syracuse, 10/10/10. Goals: 1, three times- Villanova, 9/28/12; South Florida, 9/18/11; Buffalo, 8/20/10. Assists: none. Points: 2, Buffalo, 8/20/10. Shots: 6, South Florida, 9/18/11.

Lippert Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP-GS 14-6 12-11 18-18 44-35

Min. 773 967 1157 2897

G 1 1 1 3

A 0 0 0 0

Pts. 2 2 2 6

Shots 18 21 8 47

Shot% .056 .048 .125 .064

SOG 8 8 3 19

SOG% .444 .381 .375 .404

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Jessica Marini 20 D • 5-1 • FR • HS ChaddsFord,Pa./PaduaAcademy(Del.) QUOTING MILLER: “Jessica was a late addition to this class, but a good one. She is a very solid technical soccer player who understands the game at a high level. Her simple play and hardworking mentality will add depth to our team.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of the Padua Academy in Wilmington, Del.... Will begin her senior soccer season in the

spring...Named team captain her senior year...Two-time Second Team All-State selection and First Team All-Catholic Conference honoree...Four-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Joe Brown...In her first three years of varsity soccer, led the Padua Academy to a 40-3-2 combined overall record...Led Padua Academy to the 2012 Delaware state championship with a 14-0-1 record...Guided team to a 13-1-1 record and state semifinal appearance as a sophomore and 13-2-0 record and state semifinal appearance as a freshman...Four-year cross country team letterwinner...National Honor Society member...Played on the Penn Fusion team from 2009-13...Helped guide the Penn Fusion to the 2009 EPYSA state titles...Played in the Delaware Olympic Development program from 2007-09...Played with the Concord Magic from 2003-09...Took advanced placement courses in several fields. PERSONAL: Born Jessica Marini on November 2, 1994...Daughter of Dan and Tracey Marini...Has two brothers, Dante and Max...Older brother Dante plays soccer at Northeastern University...Intends to major in biomedical engineering.

“Jessica is a very solid technical soccer player who understands the game at a high level. Her simple play and hardworking mentality will add depth to our team.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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SiobhanMcDonough17 F/MF • 5-5 • FR • HS Andover,Mass./TheGovernor’sAcademy

QUOTING MILLER: “Siobhan is an extremely versatile player who can play in any line and brings extreme athleticism and speed to the team. Having also been a hockey player, it has allowed her to bring a bit of grit to the pitch. Her competitiveness in everything she does will put her in a position to be on the field from day one.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of The Governor’s Academy in Byfield, Mass., where she was a four-year varsity starter for head coach Mike Karin...Earned NSCAA All-American honors, becoming just the second player in school history to earn such honors...Two-time Massachusetts All-State Prep Soccer Team selection...Named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team... Led the Govs to back-to-back New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class B championships (2011 and 2012)...Scored 11 goals with seven assists as a senior...Named the Independent School League’s Offensive Most Valuable Player and Team MVP as a senior while guiding her team to a state title and league championship...Two-year team captain...Led the Govs to a state and league title during her junior year...Earned league honorable mention honors after helping guide team to the New England quarterfinals as both a sophomore and freshman...Played with the New England Football Club Elite for coach Chris Hamblin from 2011-13...Led team to 2012 Jefferson Cup semifinals, the NEFC Preseason Tournament title and 2012 Massachusetts State Cup championship... Played for the Shooting Stars for coach Cesar Gilbert from 2005-2011...Presented with the Anne Marie Murphy Athletic Award, given to the senior woman who by her

example and achievements in athletics, has brought the greatest honor to her school during her playing career at The Governor’s Academy...All-around athlete who earned a combined 12 varsity letters...Also competed in track and field (four letters) and ice hockey (four letters)...In track and field, competed primarily in the 400-meter dash...Set a school-record in the 400-meter dash, setting her previous record twice (57.87), captured a conference title and earned five all-conference honors (400 and 4x400)...Earned Independent School All-League and All-New England Prep School honors for first place finishes in the 400-meter dash as a senior... Served as a senior captain and named team MVP as a sophomore...Also competed in the 4x400-meter relay...Named to the Independent School All-League team, served as a two-time team captain and earned coaches award while guiding her ice hockey team to back-to-back New England Prep School Athletic Conference Division II championships in 2010 and 2011 and a semifinal finish in 2012... Named ice hockey team MVP as a senior... High academic honor roll student.

time with family and running...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

PERSONAL: Born Siobhan Mary McDonough on August 16, 1995...Daughter of Bill and Kathy McDonough...Has an older sister Alanna and younger brother Liam...First name is pronounced Sha-vohn...Father Bill played ice hockey at Boston College (1980-84) and on the US Junior National Team...Sister Alanna competed in cross country and track and field and currently is attending Colby College (Maine)...Nickname is Shiv or Chevy...Stellar student who received High Academic Honors...Four-year volunteer with the Special Olympics of Massachusetts...Describes herself as a “sports junkie”...Enjoys spending

“Having also been a hockey player, it has allowed Siobhantobringabitofgrittothepitch.Hercompetitivenessineverythingshedoeswillputherinaposition to be on the field from day one.”- Head Coach, Greg Miller

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RilieghMcHugh33 D • 5-7 • JR • 2L Hershey, Pa./ Georgia /Hershey QUOTING MILLER: “Riliegh will move fulltime to our back line this fall. We look for her to not only impact us defensively but also be dangerous coming forward at times on the dribble in support of our attack.” CAREER: Begins her second year at Pitt after transferring from Georgia, where she played two seasons. 2012: Saw action in all 19 games on year including 12 starts...Recorded two goals and four points on year...Recorded a goal in a 2-1 over Eastern Michigan (Aug. 17)... Tallied the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Liberty (Sept. 7)...Notched 16 shots with five on goal...Took 10 corner kicks for the Panthers...As a defender, she started in all three shutout wins...Tallied 1,201 minutes of playing time.

2011 AT GEORGIA: Saw action in 14 games as one of Georgia’s top reserves...Played numerous positions...Finished year with one shot. 2010 AT GEORGIA: Did not see any game action in her first season at Georgia. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Hershey High School...Four-year starter...Guided team to state, district and Mid-Penn championships in 2010...Scored 19 goals as a senior in 2010...As a defender, led her team to a 21-3-1 record a junior...2007-08 Super Y ODP National Camp selection...Led her team to a school record 22-1 season as a sophomore...Invited to two United States Under-18 national camps in Caron, Calif....2008 adidas ESP participant...2007 Super Y-League North American National Finalists...2006 U.S. Youth

Soccer National Finalist...2006 U.S. Youth Soccer Region 1 champion...Led teams to the 2004, 2007 and 2009 Pennsylvania state cup titles and finalist finishes in 2005 and 2006...2004 and 2007 U.S. Youth Soccer Region 1 finalist...Played for the Hershey Attack Soccer Club for eight seasons...Led Hershey Attack to three state cup championships, one region 1 championship and two national title game appearances...2008 adidas ESP selection. PERSONAL: Born January 4, 1992...Daughter of Michael and Cindy McHugh...Has one sister, Courtney...Majors in media and professional communication. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, at St. John’s, 10/7/12. Goals: 1, two times- at Liberty, 9/7/12; at Eastern Michigan, 8/17/12. Assists: none. Points: 2, two times- at Liberty, 9/7/12; at Eastern Michigan, 8/17/12. Shots: 3, at Liberty, 9/7/12.

McHugh Career Statistics Season GP-GS Min. 2012 19-12 1200 Totals 19-12 1200

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G 2 2

A 0 0

Pts. 4 4

Shots 16 16

Shot% SOG .125 5 .125 5

SOG% GW .312 1 .312 1

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0


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Alyssa Meier 12 MF • 5-8 • JR • 2L Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville 2010: Redshirted season after suffering season-ending injury in first game...Participated in season opener against Buffalo, a 4-1 victory...Named a Big East Academic All-Star.

QUOTING MILLER: “We’re going to move Alyssa full-time into the midfield because we want to be able to utilize her talents in that area of the field. We look for her to be impacting our success each game.” CAREER: Three-time Big East Academic AllStar...Seen action in 39 career games with 38 starts, totaling one goal, one assist and 19 shots...Has made 38 consecutive starts. 2012: One of two players to start all 19 games in 2012...Concluded season with one goal, one assist and three points...Took 13 shots with seven on goal...Ranked second on the team in minutes played (1,635)...Scored her lone goal in a 2-0 win over Providence on a penalty kick (Oct. 14)...Tallied an assist in a 2-1 win over Connecticut (Oct. 11)...On defense, she helped Pitt to three shutout victories...Played majority of season in the backline before being moved to offense... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2011: One of four players to start in all 19 games...Helped lead the Pitt defensive effort in a 1-0 shutout over Delaware (Aug. 28)...Took six shots, including two on goal... Named a Big East Academic All-Star.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Strongsville High School in Strongsville, Ohio...Led her team to two state title game appearances...Named to ESPN RISE Fall All-America Third Team following her senior season... Selected a High School All-American and Greater Cleveland Coaches Association Player of the Year following her senior season...Scored eight goals and added 11 assists during her senior season...Two-time first team All-Conference and conference All-Academic award winner following her junior and senior seasons...Named team Rookie of the Year following her freshman season...Member of Cleveland Whitecaps indoor championship team...Member of the ODP Regional team in both 2008 and 2009... Member of the Super Y National team in 2006, and competed for the 2005 national championship Super Y squad...Also a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Born November 18, 1991... Daughter of Timothy and Robyn Meier...Has one younger sister Ashley, who plays soccer at Virginia Tech...Pittsburgh plays Virginia Tech on Oct. 20...Majors in communication science. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, four times- at South Florida, 9/16/12; Rutgers, 9/23/11; South Florida, 9/18/11; Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11. Goals: 1, Providence, 10/14/12. Assists: 1, Connecticut, 10/11/12. Points: 2, Providence, 10/14/12. Shots: 4, at St. John’s, 10/7/12.

Meier Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP-GS 1-0 19-19 19-19 39-38

Min. 22 1778 1634 3434

G 0 0 1 1

A 0 0 1 1

Pts. 0 0 3 3

Shots 0 6 13 19

Shot% .000 .000 .077 .052

SOG 0 2 7 9

SOG% .00 .333 .538 .474

GW 0 0 1 1

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

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EmilyPietrangelo19 F/MF • 5-3 • FR • HS Toronto,Ontario/LorettoAbbeySec.School QUOTING MILLER: “Emily is a very technical and speedy player with versatility to play in the middle and up front. Her Canadian Youth National Team and Under-17 World Cup experience will bode well in our transition to the ACC next year. We see her factoring in significantly to our team next fall.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School in Toronto, Ontario...Selected to compete for the Under-17 Team Canada squad, coached by Bryan Rosenfeld...Canada played three matches (vs. Korea, vs. host Azerbaijan and vs. Nigeria) at the 2012 Under-17 Women’s World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan and finished 1-1-1 in the event...Played two seasons with her club team, Erin Mills Mighty Eagles, coached by Cyprian McFarlane...Guided the Mighty Eagles to the Under-16 Canadian National Championship in 2011 while scoring 11 goals during the tournament... Her team finished as the runner-up at the 2011 Disney Soccer Showcase...Also led the Eagles to two Ontario Cup Championships (2010 and 2011), two OYSL Playoff titles (2010 and 2011), two OYSL West Division titles (2010 and 2011), the 2010 Ontario Indoor Cup championship and 2010 Ontario Summer Games Gold Medal...Selected to compete as a 14-year-old at the Under-15 Team Canada Camp, coached by David Benning...Led her Under-14 team to the Ontario National championship, coached by Ruben Flores... Scored three goals in the championship game...Named an Ontario Scholar Honor Roll student...Also competed in cross country, ice hockey, volleyball and softball...Earned Italian Heritage Foundation Scholarship.

“Emilyisaverytechnicalandspeedyplayerwithversatilitytoplayinthemiddleandupfront.HerCanadianYouth National Team and Under-17 World Cup experience will bode well in our transition to the ACC next year.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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PERSONAL: Born Emily Katherine Felicia Pietrangelo on August 23, 1995...Daughter of Mario and Theresa Pietrangelo...Father Mario played football at the University of Toronto...Has two brothers Adam and Daniel...Has a dog named Charlie...Hobbies and interests include knitting and baking... Proficient in trampoline and archery...Holds dual citizenship (Canada, Italy)...Interested in kinesiology...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.


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Jackie Poucel 16 D • 5-9 • JR • 2L Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township

QOUTING MILLER: “Jackie had a great spring. We’ve moved her full-time to the center back position, and we’re just looking for a little bit more consistency in terms of her decision making. But overall, we expect great things out of her.” CAREER: Emerged as a defensive leader in the backline for the Panthers...Played in 31 career games, making 26 starts on defense. 2012: As a sophomore, started 18 of 19 games that she played in...Notched one assist and one point on the year...Recorded three shots with one on goal...Racked up 1,468 minutes of playing time...Played a role in three shutouts on the season... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2011: Appeared in 12 games with eight starts...Attempted lone shot of the season against Providence (Oct. 16).

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 graduate of Manheim Township High School...Led high school team to Lancaster Lebanon Championship, District 3 Championship and Pennsylvania State Quarterfinalis in 2009...Section I leading goal scorer with 15 goals during her sophomore year...Lancaster Lebanon Section I First Team All-Star selection during sophomore, junior and senior years...Played for the Hershey Kick Kats club soccer team for four years, where they were ranked first in the state, fourth in Region I and No. 20 in the nation during her years on the team... Ranked fifth in `Top Players in Pennsylvania to Watch’ by TopDrawerSoccer.com...Was a 3v3 Soccer National Champion in 2005...Also played on the varsity volleyball team in high school. PERSONAL: Born September 18, 1993... Daughter of John and Cindy Poucel and Jill and Gary Gaissert...Has one sister, Jess, who played volleyball at Franklin and Marshall... Majors in the history of art and architecture. CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, two times- at St. John’s, 10/7/12; Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11. Goals: none. Assists: 1, at Eastern Michigan, 8/17/12. Points: 1, at Eastern Michigan, 8/17/12. Shots: 1, four times- Georgetown, 9/30/12; at DePaul, 9/23/12; Duquesne, 8/26/12; at Providence, 10/16/11.

Poucel Career Statistics Season 2011 2012 Totals

GP-GS 12-8 19-18 31-26

Min. 845 1467 2312

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts. 0 1 1

Shots 1 3 4

Shot% .000 .000 .000

SOG 0 1 1

SOG% .000 .333 .250

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Carly Seneca 10 F/MF • 5-5 • FR • HS Monroeville, Pa./Gateway QUOTING MILLER: “Carly is a striker with a bull-in-the-china-shop mentality. Her work ethic and desire to create chaos on the defensive line is incredible. She’s a player with a true striker’s mentality that brings a bit of savviness to her game and will bring a ton of energy to our front line.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Gateway High School in Monroeville, Pa.,

where she played four years of varsity soccer as a central midfielder for head coach Kevin Sanders and Chris Spudich... Three-time All-State selection and four-time All-WPIAL selection...Two-time Regional All-American...National All-American nominee following her senior season...Two-time Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review All-Area selection...Led the Gateway Gators to two sectional championships (2010 and 2012)...Concluded her four-year varsity career with 66 goals and 46 assists...Finished her senior season with 24 goals, 11 assists and 59 points...Led Gateway to the WPIAL Class 3A State Semifinals during her senior season, which was the farthest the school had ever advanced... Scored the game-winning penalty kick and the game tying goal in a WPIAL semifinal win over Canon-McMillan...Registered eight multi-goal games as a senior...Totaled a hat trick and one assist vs. Woodland Hills... Finished with two goals and two assists vs. Allderdice...Led the Gators in scoring during her senior, junior and sophomore seasons... Four-year starter...Scored 19 goals and finished with 16 assists as a junior...Played on the Beadling Soccer club team from 2004-2013 for head coach Weston Hawley... Six-time club state champion with Beadling... High Honor Roll student...Played varsity basketball her freshman year. PERSONAL: Born Carly Seneca on November 12, 1994...Daughter of Christopher and Denise Seneca...Has two siblings Kristian and Courtney...Uncle Paul Seneca played baseball at Pitt...Father Chris Seneca played basketball at Bucknell University...Committed to Pitt in April 2012...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

“Carlyisastrikerwithabull-in-the-china-shopmentality. Her work ethic and desire to create chaos on the defensive line is incredible.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Morgan Sharick 25 D• 5-7 • SR • 3L Lower Burrell, Pa./Burrell thers the 2-1 win (Aug. 17)...Played a key role in all three of Pitt’s shutout wins... Named a Big East Academic All-Star. 2011: Started in 10 games, including Panthers’ lone shutout of the season, a 1-0 win over Delaware (Aug. 28)...Recorded three shots, including one on goal...Named a Big East Academic All-Star.

QUOTING MILLER: “As one of our co-captains, we’re counting on Morgan to once again be one of the stalwarts in the center of our defense. We also anticipate her leadership abilities will impact all of our young players. We hope she can continue to be dangerous on set pieces.” CAREER: Emerged as a defensive leader in the Pitt backline...Has appeared in 49 career games with 47 starts...Defender who has played a role in 10 shutout wins...Recorded four goals off corner kicks during her junior year...Tallied three assists and 22 shots, including 13 on goal...Three-time Big East Academic All-Star. 2012: One of just two players to start all 19 games...Led team in minutes played (1,737)... Ranked second on team in goals scored (four) and third in points (10)...All four goals were on corner kicks...Also tallied two assists, eight shots with six on goal and recorded a .750 shots on goal percentage...Notched a goal in a 2-1 win over St. Bonaventure (Aug. 24)...Recorded a goal in a 3-1 win over Duquesne (Aug. 26)...Tallied Pitt’s only goal in a 5-1 loss to Marquette (Sept. 13)...Scored the game winning goal against Eastern Michigan to give the Pan-

2010: As a freshman, made an immediate impact, appearing in all 20 games and starting 18 contests...A strong defender that helped lead the Panthers to six shutout victories... Registered her first career point with an assist in a 3-0 victory over Villanova (10/17)... Registered 11 shots this year including four on goal ...Named a Big East Academic AllStar.

CAREER HIGHS: Minutes: 110, six times- at St. John’s 10/7/12; at South Florida, 9/16/12; Rutgers, 9/23/11; South Florida, 9/18/11; at Syracuse, 10/10/10; Kent State, 9/12/10. Goals: 1, four times- Marquette, 9/13/12; Duquesne, 8/26/12; at St. Bonaventure, 8/24/12; at Eastern Michigan, 8/17/12. Assists: 1, four times- Connecticut, 10/11/12; at St. Bonaventure, 8/24/12; Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11; Villanova, 10/17/10. Points: 3, at St. Bonaventure, 8/24/12. Shots: 3, two times- Villanova, 10/17/10; Oakland, 8/29/10.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Burrell High School in Lower Burrell, Pa...Four-year varsity soccer letterwinner...Three-time All-Section performer...Named Valley News Dispatch All-Star First Team following her senior season...Led her team to the Ambridge Tournament playoffs...Led Burrell HS team to the WPIAL playoffs during her freshman and sophomore seasons...Member of the Pennsylvania State Cup champion team and regional qualifiers in 2009...As a central defender in State Cup, led her team to five shutouts in five games...Also competed in varsity basketball and track and field at Burrell...Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Born June 10, 1992...Daughter of Brian and Stacie Sharick...Has two siblings, Jacob and Alexandra...Nickname is “Joe”... Chemical engineering major.

Sharick Career Statistics Season 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP-GS 20-8 10-10 19-19 49-47

Min. 1729 805 1736 4270

G 0 0 4 4

A 1 1 2 4

Pts. 1 1 10 12

Shots 11 3 8 22

Shot% .000 .000 .500 .182

SOG 4 2 6 12

SOG% .364 .667 .750 .545

GW 0 0 1 1

PK-Att. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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MakenzieShearson26 GK • 5-7 • SO • 1L BelleVernon,Pa./GreensburgCentralCatholic QUOTING MILLER: “The goalkeeping position is fairly open and Makenzie has an opportunity to enhance her role from a year ago. We hope that she continues to bring her competitive fire and intensity to the training environment as she has all along.” 2012: Did not appear in any games. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Greens-

burg Central Catholic in Belle Vernon, Pa.... Three-year team captain...As a four-year starter in goal, set school records for wins (65), shutouts (49), and save percentage (.900)...Four-time All-Section honoree (200811)...Two-time All-WPIAL (2010-11)...As a senior, led team to WPIAL Class A semifinals...Member of Victory Express club team from 2006-09 and served as a team captain all four years...Helped lead Victory Express to PA West State Cup finals...Team captain for WC Classics club team (2009-10) and led team to PA West State Cup semifinal finish... Guided FC Pittsburgh club team to the 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship finals...Honor roll student from 2010-12. PERSONAL: Born June 24, 1994...Daughter of Stephen and Maureen Shearson...Has one younger sister, Megan...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

“Thegoalkeepingpositionisfairlyopenand Makenziehasanopportunitytoenhanceher role from a year ago.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Ella Vanhanen 24 F/MF• 5-5 • FR • HS Kuopio,Finland/KuopianKlassillinenLukio PERSONAL: Born Ella Vanhanen on September 15, 1993...Daughter of Paivi Pennanen and Jari Vanhanen...Has an older sister Tuuli and younger brother Veikka...Played at same high school as Pitt sophomore Roosa Arvas...

Enjoys music and has played the drums for over seven years...Lived in Birmingham, England when she was five years old...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

QUOTING MILLER: “Ella is an explosive, athletic player with a solid tactical understanding of the game. Her Finnish Youth National Team experience has allowed her to play at the highest level, taking her technical ability to an elite status. She is creative and clean on the ball with a purposeful and accurate final pass. Her 1v1 attacking ability and dynamic play will bring much-needed help to our midfield and frontline.” HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Kuopion Klassillinen Lukio in Kuopio, Finland...Competed for the Finland National Team at the Cyprus Cup, March 3-14, 2013 in Nicosia and Larnaca, Cyprus and at the 2013 European Championships in Sweden...Helped lead her team to four straight Finnish national championships...Invited to the January and February Finnish National Team Camp... Played on the Finnish National Team at both the Under-17 and Under-19 levels...Has made six total appearances for Finland in the 2012 UEFA European Championships...Played in the Pallokissat League in 2012...Scored two goals in 26 games and 1,944 minutes for Naisten Liiga...Scored three goals in 25 games and 2,223 minutes for Naisten Liiga in 2011...In her career with Naisten Liiga, played in 75 games and 5,693 minutes, made 58 starts and scored five goals.

“Ellaiscreativeandcleanontheballwithapurposeful and accurate final pass. Her 1v1 attacking ability anddynamicplaywillbringmuch-neededhelptoour midfield and frontline.” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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Taylor Wulf 0 GK • 5-10 • FR • HS Mission Viejo, Calif./Santa Margarita QUOTING MILLER: “Taylor is an athletic goalkeeper with great size and soft hands. She has great reaction time and footwork, which makes it difficult for teams to get the ball by her consistently. She is a very hard worker who exudes excellence on and off the field. We are looking for her to come in this fall and immediately challenge for playing time.” HIGH SCHOOL: A June 2013 graduate of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarito, Calif., where she played four years of varsity soccer for coaches Chuck Morales and Eddie Huerta...As a senior, she made 57 saves, allowed 13 goals for a 2.43 goals-against average and finished with five shutouts for her 10-6-4 Eagles... Finished with 13 saves in her three-game CIF playoff run...Three-time Trinity League champions...Guided the Eagles to an 18-5-4 overall record, California Regional Division 2 championship, Trinity League title and Excalibur Semifinal finish as a junior...Finished her junior season with 12 shutouts and 64 saves in 27 matches played...Made a career-high 10 saves in a 3-0 win against Capistrano Valley...Helped lead Santa Margarita to a 21-4-2 record, Butch Lee Memorial Tournament title, Trinity League title and the CIF semifinals as a sophomore...Also competed in track and field and cross country...Scholar-athlete... Played nine years with the Southern California Blues team (2004-13) for coaches Chito Gebhart, Ali Malaekeh and Larry Draluck... Three-time team captain (2009-11)...Guided

“Taylorisanathleticgoalkeeperwithgreatsizeand soft hands. She has great reaction time and footwork, which makes it difficult for teams to get the ball by her consistently. ” - Head Coach, Greg Miller

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the Blues to the 2012 Puma USA Cup Championship, 2012 Surf Cup Finals, 2011 Blues Cup Championship, 2010 Nomads Showcase title and 2010 Coast League runner-up finish...Earned Scholar-Athlete Award and MUN Commendation Award. PERSONAL: Born Taylor Wulf on August 9, 1995...Daughter of Rainer and Lynda Wulf of Mission Viejo, Calif....Has one younger brother, Austin...Father Rainer played basketball at UC-Irvine and in Australia for the Lithgow Tornadoes...Hobbies and interests include painting and writing poetry...Trained in Sweden during the summer of 2012...Favorite player is Marissa Campbell and favorite team is the United States Women’s National Team...Favorite movies are the A-Team and The Blind Side...Has volunteered with special needs children...Interested in psychologyandbioengineering...Undeclared major and enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.


History/ Records CoachingRecords 42 Misc.ScoringRecords 56 Awards/Honors 43-44 Opp.TeamGameRecords 57 Points Leaders 45 Opp.IndividualGameRecords 58 Goals Leaders 46-47 Ambrose-UrbanicRecords 59 Assists Leaders 48 All-TimeLetterwinners 60-61 Shots Leaders 49 All-TimeNumericalRoster 61 GoalkeepingLeaders 50-51 CareerIndividualStats 62-64 ParticipationLeaders 52 All-Time Scores 65-67 TeamSeasonRecords 53 OvertimeRecords 68 Year-by-YearTeamStats 54 Pitt vs. All Opponents 69-71 TeamGameRecords 55 2013 Schedule 72


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Year-By-Year Records Year-By-YearResults Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total Pct.

Overall 3160 3123 8110 5121 6121 791 4150 5102 6101 4113 883 6102 7121 855 7112 2134 7102 9618731 .306

Home 350 360 410 261 451 531 360 241 340 142 423 541 531 413 641 144 430 596519 .413

Away 0100 062 490 150 270 160 180 261 251 360 360 161 180 442 171 090 352 2911310 .191

Neutral 010 001 010 210 000 100 010 100 110 011 100 000 110 000 000 100 020 892 .421

Conf.  281 570 141 150 240 060 141 271 362 362 182 461 335 461 182 262 359421 .233

Home  240 420 111 120 210 040 021 140 132 122 141 311 213 320 132 230 253913 .325

Away  041 150 030 030 030 020 120 131 230 240 041 150 122 141 050 032 10558 .137

Neutral  000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 .000

Coaching Records CoachingRecords Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

Overall 3160 3123 8110 5121 6121 791 4150 5102 6101 4113 883 6102 7121 855 7112 2134 7102 9618731

Conf. — 281 570 141 150 240 060 141 271 362 362 182 461 335 461 182 262 359421

Head Coach Roland Sturk Roland Sturk Roland Sturk Roland Sturk Roland Sturk Roland Sturk Roland Sturk SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin SueMoy Chin Greg Miller

Accomplishments Big East Tournament Quarterfinal

Big East Tournament Quarterfinal Big East Tournament Quarterfinal Big East Tournament Quarterfinal Big East Tournament Quarterfinal

Pitt’sHeadCoaches Coach Roland Sturk SueMoy Chin Tournament Greg Miller Totals

Tenure 19962002 200211 2012current

Overall WLT 36876 539023

League WLT 11342 225417

7102 9618731

262 359421

Postseason/Yearly Accomplishments 1998 BEC Tournament 2005 BEC Tournament; 2006 BEC Tournament; 2008 BEC Tournament; 2010 BEC

HomeFieldRecords Stadium, Location Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sewickley Academy, Sewickley, Pa. Morton Sports Complex, USC, Pa. Upper St. Clair High School, USC, Pa. North Allegheny High School, Wexford, Pa. Founders Field, Indianola,Pa. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa. Totals

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Tenure 199699 199899 199900 2008 2010 200111 2011current 19962012

Games 23 6 12 1 1 79 21 143

WLT 9131 330 561 010 001 392812 3144 596519

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Awards/Honors All-AmericaHonors NCAA WOODEN CITIZENSHIP TROPHY Jamie Pelusi, 2005 SOCCER BUZZ NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK Jennifer Kritch, Oct, 23, 2008 SOCCER BUZZ FRESHMAN ALLAMERICA Cande Ruiz, Honorable Mention, 1998 SOCCER BUZZ FRESHMAN ALLREGION Cande Ruiz, 1998 COLLEGE 360 PRIMETIME PLAYER OF THE WEEK Morie Kephart, Sept. 1420, 2009 Alison Finch, Sept. 24Oct. 4, 2009 Morie Kephart, Oct. 25, 2010 TOPDRAWER SOCCER FRESHMAN TO WATCH Caroline Keefer, 2010 COLLEGE SPORTS MADNESS Roosa Arvas, 2012 Fourth Team All-America

All-Region Honors NSCAA ALLNORTHEAST REGION Liz Carroll, Third Team, 2009

All-ConferenceHonors BIG EAST HONORS GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Rachel Brown, 2000 Rachel Brown, 2001 Jamie Pelusi, 2004 FIRST TEAM Rachel Brown, 2000 Rachel Brown, 2001 Jamie Pelusi, 2004 SECOND TEAM Jamie Pelusi, 2005 Katelyn Ruhe, 2011

THIRD TEAM Corina Sebesta, 2006 Liz Carroll, 2009 Katelyn Ruhe, 2009 Kat Weiler, 2009 Liz Carroll, 2010 Katelyn Ruhe, 2010 Ashley Cuba, 2011 BIG EAST ALLROOKIE TEAM Cande Ruiz, 1998 Kristin Gellatly, 1999 Ashley Cuba, 2009 Caroline Keefer, 2010 PRESEASON GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Rachel Brown, 2001

CarliBrill(2003-06)holdsPittrecordfor most assists as a defender (7) and has thefourthmostpointsasadefender(11).

PRESEASON ALLBIG EAST TEAM Rachel Brown, 2001 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Netta Agredano, Oct. 2, 2000 GOALKEEPER OF THE WEEK Rachel Brown, Sept. 17, 2001 Rachel Brown, Sept. 24, 2001 Morie Kephart, Oct. 25, 2010 Nicole D’Agostino, Oct. 15, 2012

KeeleyTobler (1997-2001) was a fourtimememberoftheBigEastAcademic Honor Roll.Tobler started 66 of the 74 games she played in for Pitt.

ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Brigid Handforth, Sept. 20, 1998 Cande Ruiz, Oct. 5, 1998 Netta Agredano, Sept. 25, 2000 Ashley Cuba, Sept. 22, 2009 Roosa Arvas, Aug. 27, 2012

2002 Ohio State Tournament Jacqueline Fix

DEFENDER OF THE WEEK Kat Weiler, Oct. 6, 2009

2006 Temple Tournament Carli Brill Meta Haley Ashley Habbel

PRESEASON HONORS GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Rachel Brown, 2001

All-TournamentHonors 1999 Maryland Fila Invitational Megan Beasley Keeley Tobler

2004 Bowling Green State Tournament Kristina Francois Rachel Vecchio

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2008 Illinois Tournament Liz Carroll Ashley Habbel 2011 James Madison Invitational Katie Lippert Katheryn Kunugi Katelyn Ruhe

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2011 Pitt Soccer Classic Ashley Cuba Alyssa Meier Katelyn Ruhe Kristina Rioux OTHER HONORS Rachel Brown, 2002 WSU Umbro AllStar

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AcademicHonors

MorieKephart(2007-10)ledthenationinsave percentagein2010.KephartisPitt’sall-time leader in save percentagae (.804), goalsagainstavg.(1.07),shutouts(19)andwins(19).

Corina Sebesta (2003-06) holds Pitt’s record for most points (15) as a senior. Sebesta is sixth on Pitt’s career goals list (12)andeightonthecareerpointslist(31).

BIG EAST ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1997 Rachel Bertges Charity Kriley Charity McClure Keeley Tobler 1998 Megan Beasley Andrea Graybill Charity Kriley Lori Krzeszewski Katrina Shibata 1999 Netta Agredano Jacqueline Fix Andrea Graybill Leah Greenspoon Kathryn Hughes Laura Marsh Katrina Shibata Kimberly Sturk Keeley Tobler

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2006

Melinda Beddo Andrea Graybill Leah Greenspoon Jacqueline Fix Kathryn Hughes Cara Kappler Laura Marsh Gretchen Ross Katrina Shibata Kimberly Sturk Emily Tipton Keeley Tobler Jacqueline Fix Cara Kappler Laura Marsh Emily Tipton Keeley Tobler Cara Kappler Geraldine Loveless Laura Marsh Jamie Pelusi Aimee Romasco Kimberly Sturk Emily Tipton Netta Agredano Carli Brill Kendall Enmark Kristina Francois Antoinette Koram Erin McFarling Jamie Pelusi Aimee Romasco Katie Surma Emily Tipton Carli Brill Stephanie Davis Jennifer DeLaHoz Sara Gutting Lailah Isaac Antoinette Koram Erin McFarling Jamie Pelusi Aimee Romasco Carli Brill Jennifer DeLaHoz Kendall Enmark Kristina Francois Kristy Fultz Sara Gutting Lailah Isaac Erin McFarling Erin Myers Jamie Pelusi Aimee Romasco Corina Sebesta Kylie Veverka Erica Wright Carli Brill

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Awards/Honors Stephanie Davis Kristina Francois Jenna Greenfield Ashley Habbel Corina Sebesta Katie Surma Kylie Veverka Megan Watson Erica Wright 2007 Laura Berbert Stephanie Davis Alison Finch Jenna Greenfield Ashley Habbel Classic, Feb. 9, 2002 Katheryn Kunugi Kylie Veverka Megan Watson Kat Weiler 2008 Laura Berbert Liz Carroll Alison Finch Ashley Habbel Morie Kephart Brittany Pfaff Kylie Veverka Kat Weiler 2009 Abby Baldys Laura Berbert Liz Carroll Alison Finch Ashley Habbel Morie Kephart Katheryn Kunugi Maura Lacey Kelsi Morris Emily Peters Brittany Pfaff Kristina Rioux Maura Romano Katelyn Ruhe 2010 Abby Baldys Laura Berbert Liz Carroll Alexandra Jaffe Caroline Keefer Morie Kephart Katheryn Kunugi Morgan Masci Alyssa Meier Emily Peters Kristina Rioux Katelyn Ruhe Morgan Sharick Kat Weiler

AshleyHabbel(2006-09)rankssecondon Pitt’s all-time career scoring list (19) and thirdonPitt’sall-timecareerpointslist(45).

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2011

2012

Abby Baldys Danielle Benner Ashley Cuba Kari Cunard Madison Gritsch Caroline Keefer Katheryn Kunugi Katelyn Lippert Alyssa Meier Hayley Neal Taylor Parisse Lyndsay Pierson Kristina Rioux Katelyn Ruhe Morgan Sharick Lauren Yobbi Abby Baldys Danielle Benner Alex Charlebois Ashley Cuba Dana DelleFemine Caroline Keefer Katelyn Lippert Alyssa Meier Taylor Parisse Jackie Poucel Kristina Rioux Morgan Sharick Lauren Yobbi

JenniferKritch(200508)ranksfifthonPitt’s all-timecareerpoints (35) and goals (13) lists.Kritchalsoranks sixthonPitt’sall-time career assists (9) list.

OnCampusAwardWinners BLUEGOLD AWARD Rachel Brown, 2001 Jamie Pelusi, 2006

PanthersinInternationalPlay Rachel Brown, 1996 England World Cup Qualifying (England) Rachel Brown, 199899 Under18 World Championships (England) Rachel Brown, 2007 World Cup (England)

NCAAStatisticalLeaders Morie Kephart, led nation in save percentage in 2010 Cande Ruiz, nationleading 10 points in 1998, 10 pts at Wagner, Sept. 11, 1998

Erin Hills (2002-05) played in 70 career games for the Panthers, compiling 21 points, seven goals and seven assists.

Rachel Brown (2000-01) has over 80capswiththeEnglishNationalTeam including the 2007 World Cup. Currently, she plays for theEvertonLadies. Brown was Pitt’s first ever selection to the Big East All-ConferenceFirst Team and named BigEastGoalkeeper of the Year in 2000 and2001.Sheholds Pitt’s single game saves record with 18 versus Penn State in 2001, and ranksfourthonPitt’s career saves list with 200.


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Points Leaders SingleGamePointsRecords POINTS 10 Cande Ruiz, at Wagner Sept. 11, 1998 8 Charity McClure, at Wagner Sept. 11, 1998 7 Netta Agredano, St. Francis, Pa. Oct. 16, 2011 7 Megan Beasley, St. Francis, Pa. Oct. 8, 1996 6 Ashley Cuba, Buffalo Sept. 8, 1996 6 Ashley Cuba, St. John’s Oct. 9, 2011 6 Jennifer Kritch, Binghamton Sept. 1, 2006 6 Cara Senger, Robert Morris Oct. 15, 2003 5 Anya BohunChudyniv, at Wagner Sept. 11, 1998 5 Ashley Cuba, St. Bonaventure Sept. 20, 2009 5 Brigid Handforth, Rutgers Sept. 20, 1998 5 Vanessa Madison, at Buffalo Sept. 27, 1996 5 Tracy Mascari, St. Francis, Pa. Oct. 8, 1996 5 Charity McClure, at St. John’s Sept. 13, 1998 5 Cande Ruiz, at Robert Morris Oct. 22, 1998 5 Cande Ruiz, Providence Oct. 4, 1998 4 Netta Agredano, Robert Morris Oct. 26, 2001 4 Roosa Arvas, Duquesne Aug. 26, 2012 4 Roosa Arvas, at St. John’s Oct. 7, 2012 4 Alex Charlebois, Connecticut Oct. 11, 2012 4 Ashley Cuba, at Ohio State Aug. 30, 2009 4 Ashley Cuba, Colorado College Sept. 2, 2001 4 Dana DelleFemine, Oakland Aug. 29, 2010 4 Dana DelleFemine, St. John’s Oct. 9, 2011 4 Jacqueline Fix, Air Force Aug. 25, 2010 4 Kristin Gellatly, Old Dominion Oct. 17, 1999 4 Sara Gutting, Virginia Commonwealth Oct. 20, 2002 4 Sara Gutting, vs. Jacksonville Sept. 1, 2003 4 Ashley Habbel, vs. Iowa State Aug. 31, 2008 4 Ashley Habbel, at Syracuse Sept. 24, 2006 4 Jennifer Kritch, West Virginia Sept. 1, 2005 4 AideeMia Mora, Wagner Sept. 23, 1996 4 Charity McClure, Rutgers Sept. 20, 1998 4 Cande Ruiz, at Georgetown Sept. 4, 1998 4 Cande ruiz, at Seto Hall Sept. 22, 2000 4 Lauren Sciocchetti, at Penn State Sept. 1, 2002 4 Renee Spampinato, at Wagner Sept. 11, 1998 4 Emily Tipton, vs. Jacksonville Sept. 1, 2003

AnnualPointsLeaders Year Player G A Points 1996............Megan Beasley .....................6 ...........5 ..........17 1997............Charity McClure ...................2 ...........2 ............ 6 1998............Cande Ruiz .......................... 10 ...........6 ..........26 1999............Kristin Gellatly ......................7 ...........1 ..........15 2000............Netta Agredano ...................5 ...........3 ..........13 2001............Netta Agredano ...................9 ...........1 ..........19 2002............Lauren Sciocchetti ..............7 ...........0 ..........14 2003............Cara Senger ...........................5 ...........0 ..........10 .....................Erin Hills ..................................3 ...........4 ..........10 2004............Kristina Francois ..................4 ...........4 ..........12 2005............Corina Sebesta .....................3 ...........0 ............ 6 .....................Jennifer Kritch ......................3 ...........0 ............ 6 2006............Corina Sebesta .....................6 ...........3 ..........15 2007............Ashley Habbel ......................5 ...........4 ..........14 2008............Ashley Habbel ......................6 ...........1 ..........13 2009............Ashley Cuba ..........................7 ...........4 ..........18 2010............Ashley Cuba ..........................6 ...........0 ..........12 2011............Ashley Cuba ..........................8 ...........0 ..........16 2012............Roosa Arvas ...........................3 ...........8 ..........14

Three-PlusPointGames CAREER 7 6 5 5 3 3 3

Cande Ruiz Ashley Habbel Ashley Cuba Netta Agredano Charity McClure Kristina Francois Jennifer Kritch

SEASON 4 Cande Ruiz 2 Many players

199801 200609 200912 200003 199798 200306 200508 1998

ClassRecords POINTS Freshman: 26, Cande Ruiz (10/6), 1998. Sophomore: 23, Charity McClure (7/9), 1998. Junior: 16, Ashley Cuba (8/0), 2011. Senior: 15, Corina Sebesta (6/3), 2006. POINTS PER MATCH Freshman: 1.37, Cande Ruiz (26/19), 1998. Sophomore: 1.21, Charity McClure (23/19), 1998. Junior: 0.84, Ashley Cuba (16/19), 2011. Senior: 0.79, Corina Sebesta (15/19), 2006.

SeasonRecords POINTS Total 26 23 19 18 17 16 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

Player (Goals/Assists) Cande Ruiz (10/6) Charity McClure (7/9) Netta Agredano (9/1) Ashley Cuba (7/4) Megan Beasley (6/5) Ashley Cuba (8/0) Kristin Gellatly (7/1) Corina Sebesta (6/3) Ashley Habbel (5/4) Lauren Sciocchetti (7/0) Roosa Arvas (3/8) Ashley Habbel (6/1) Brigid Handforth (5/3) Ashley Habbel (6/1) Netta Agredano (5/3) Alex Charlebois (5/2) Katelyn Ruhe (5/2) Kristina Francois (4/4) Ashley Cuba (6/0) Liz Carroll (2/7) Meta Haley (5/1) Katelyn Ruhe (1/9) AideeMia Mora (5/0) Cara Senger (5/0) Erin Hills (3/4) Morgan Sharick (4/2) Rachel Bertges (3/4)

POINTS PER MATCH PPM Player (Points/Matches) 1.37 Cande Ruiz (26/19) 1.30 Brigid Handforth (13/10) 1.21 Charity McClure (23/19) 1.12 Netta Agredano (19/17) 1.00 Ashley Cuba (18/18) 0.94 Megan Beasley (17/18) 0.91 AideeMia Mora (10/11) 0.87 Netta Agredano (19/15) 0.84 Ashley Cuba (16/19) 0.83 Kristin Gellatly (15/18) 0.79 Corina Sebesta (15/19) 0.79 Jennifer Kritch (12/14) 0.78 Ashley Habbel (14/18) 0.74 Lauren Sciocchetti (14/19) 0.74 Roosa Arvas (14/19) 0.68 Ashley Habbel (14/19) 0.67 Cara Senger (10/15) 0.67 Renee Spampinato (8/12) 0.67 Jennifer Kritch (12/18) 0.65 Ashley Habbel (13/20) 0.64 Rachel Vecchio (7/11) 0.60 Ashley Cuba (12/20) 0.60 Katelyn Ruhe (12/20)

CareerRecords Year 1998 1998 2001 2009 1996 2011 1999 2006 2007 2002 2012 2008 1998 2008 2000 2012 2008 2004 2010 2010 2006 2010 1996 2003 2003 2012 1996

POINTS Total 51 48 45 40 35 33 32 31 29 29 28 27 21 19 18 18 15 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12

Year 1998 1998 1998 2001 2009 1996 1996 2000 2011 1999 2006 2007 2007 2002 2012 2006 2003 1998 2006 2008 2004 2010 2008

POINTS PER MATCH (Minimum 20 matches) PPM Player (Points/Matches) Year 0.78 Charity McClure (29/37) 199798 0.69 Cande Ruiz (48/70) 199801 0.68 Ashley Cuba (51/75) 200912 0.67 Netta Agredano (40/60) 200003 0.60 Ashley Habbel (45/75) 200609 0.51 Jennifer Kritch (35/68) 200508 0.44 Liz Carroll (33/75) 200710 0.44 Corina Sebesta (31/71) 200306 0.42 Katelyn Ruhe (32/77) 200811 0.41 Meta Haley (13/32) 200407 0.41 Kristina Francois (28/69) 200306 0.40 Megan Beasley (29/72) 199699 0.38 Jacqueline Fix (27/71) 199902 0.35 AideeMia Mora (19/55) 199699 0.32 Rachel Bertges (11/34) 199699 0.30 Erin Hills (21/70) 200205 0.29 Kimberly Sturk (13/45) 200002 0.28 Dana DelleFemine (14/50) 201012 0.24 Morgan Sharick (12/49) 201012 0.24 Laura Berbert (15/63) 200710 0.23 Katrina Shibata (15/64) 199801 0.21 Klarissa Ames (8/39) 200810 0.21 Lisa Schulte (8/39) 2002-05

Player (Goals/Assists) Ashley Cuba (23/5) Cande Ruiz (18/12) Ashley Habbel (19/7) Netta Agredano (17/6) Jennifer Kritch (13/9) Liz Carroll (10/13) Katelyn Ruhe (7/18) Corina Sebesta (12/7) Charity McClure (9/11) Megan Beasley (11/7) Kristina Francois (8/12) Jacqueline Fix (10/7) Erin Hills (7/7) AideeMia Mora (9/1) Lauren Sciocchetti (8/2) Cara Senger (8/2) Laura Berbert (4/7) Kristin Gellatly (7/1) Katrina Shibata (5/5) Roosa Arvas (3/8) Dana DelleFemine (6/2) Kimberly Sturk (3/7) Meta Haley (6/1) Sara Gutting (3/6) Alex Charlebois (5/2) Renee Spampinato (5/2) Morgan Sharick (4/4)

Year 200912 199801 200609 200003 200508 200710 200811 200306 199798 199699 200306 199902 200205 199699 199902 200104 200710 1999 199801 2012 201012 200002 200407 200205 2012 199798 201012

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Goals Leaders SingleGameGoalsRecords GOALS 3 Netta Agredano, St. Francis, Pa. 3 Megan Beasley, St. Francis, Pa. 3 Ashley Cuba, Buffalo 3 Ashley Cuba, St. John’s 3 Jennifer Kritch, Binghamton 3 Charity McClure, at Wagner 3 Cande Ruiz, at Wagner 3 Cara Senger, Robert Morris 2 Netta Agredano, Robert Morris 2 Roosa Arvas, St. John’s 2 Anya BohunChudyniv, at Wagner 2 Alex Charlebois, Connecticut 2 Ashley Cuba, at Ohio State 2 Ashley Cuba, Colorado College 2 Ashley Cuba, St. Bonaventure 2 Dana DelleFemine, Oakland 2 Dana DelleFemine, St. John’s 2 Jacqueline Fix, Air Force 2 Megan Gellatly, Old Dominion 2 Sara Gutting, VCU 2 Ashley Habbel, vs. Iowa State 2 Ashley Habbel, at Syracuse 2 Brigid Handforth, Rutgers 2 Jennifer Kritch, West Virginia 2 Vanessa Madison, at Buffalo 2 Tracy Mascari, St. Francis, Pa. 2 AideeMia Mora, Wagner 2 Charity McClure, at St. John’s 2 Cande Ruiz, at Robert Morris 2 Cande Ruiz, Providence 2 Cande Ruiz, at Georgetown 2 Cande Ruiz, at Seton Hall 2 Lauren Sciocchetti, at Penn State 2 Emily Tipton, vs. Jacksonville 1 Many times with 1

Oct. 16, 2001 Oct. 8, 1996 Aug. 20, 2010 Oct. 9, 2011 Sept. 1, 2006 Sept. 11, 1998 Sept. 11, 1998 Oct. 15, 2003 Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 7, 2012 Sept. 11, 1998 Oct. 11, 2012 Aug. 30, 2009 Sept. 2, 2011 Sept. 20, 2009 Aug. 29, 2010 Oct. 9, 2011 Aug. 25, 2000 Oct. 17, 1999 Oct. 20, 2002 Aug. 31, 2006 Sept. 24, 2006 Sept. 20, 1998 Sept. 1, 2005 Sept. 27, 1996 Oct. 8, 1996 Sept. 23, 1996 Sept. 13, 1998 Oct. 22, 1998 Oct. 4, 1998 Sept. 4, 1998 Sept. 22, 2000 Sept. 1, 2002 Sept. 1, 2003

AnnualGoalsLeaders Year Player Goals Avg./M 1996............Megan Beasley .....................6 .................... 0.33 1997............Charity McClure ...................2 .................... 0.11 .....................Renee Spampinato .............2 .................... 0.11 .....................Megan Beasley .....................2 .................... 0.11 1998............Cande Ruiz .......................... 10 .................... 0.53 1999............Kristin Gellatly ......................7 .................... 0.39 2000............Netta Agredano ...................5 .................... 0.33 2001............Netta Agredano ...................9 .................... 0.53 2002............Lauren Sciocchetti ..............7 .................... 0.37 2003............Cara Senger ...........................5 .................... 0.33 2004............Kristina Francois ..................4 .................... 0.24 2005............Corina Sebesta .....................3 .................... 0.17 2006............Ashley Habbel ......................6 .................... 0.32 .....................Corina Sebesta .....................6 .................... 0.32 2007............Ashley Habbel ......................5 .................... 0.28 .....................Jennifer Kritch ......................5 .................... 0.36 2008............Ashley Habbel ......................6 .................... 0.30 2009............Ashley Cuba ..........................7 .................... 0.39 2010............Ashley Cuba ..........................6 .................... 0.30 2011............Ashley Cuba ..........................8 .................... 0.42 2012............Alex Charlebois ....................5 .................... 0.26

ClassRecords CAREER 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

GOALS Freshman: 10, Cande Ruiz, 1998. Sophomore: 9, Netta Agredano, 2001. Junior: 8, Ashley Cuba, 2011. Senior: 7, Lauren Sciocchetti, 2002. GOALS PER MATCH Freshman: 0.53, Cande Ruiz (10/19), 1998. Sophomore: 0.53, Netta Agredano (9/17), 2001. Junior: 0.43, Ashley Cuba (8/19), 2011. Senior: 0.37, Lauren Sciocchetti (7/19), 2002.

GOALS Total 10 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Player Cande Ruiz Netta Agredano Ashley Cuba Ashley Cuba Kristin Gellatly Lauren Sciocchetti Charity McClure Ashley Habbel Ashley Cuba Corina Sebesta Megan Beasley Ashley Habbel Jennifer Kritch Cara Senger Katelyn Ruhe Brigid Handforth AideeMia Mora Meta Haley Ashley Habbel Netta Agredano Alex Charlebois Liz Carroll Morgan Sharick Jennifer DeLaHoz Tracy Macari Kristina Francois Jacqueline Fix Cande Ruiz

GOALS PER MATCH GPM Player (Goals/Matches) 0.53 Netta Agredano (9/17) 0.53 Cande Ruiz (10/19) 0.50 Brigid Handforth (5/10) 0.45 AideeMia Mora (5/11) 0.42 Ashley Cuba (8/19) 0.39 Kristin Gellatly (7/18) 0.39 Ashley Cuba (7/18) 0.37 Charity McClure (7/19) 0.37 Lauren Sciocchetti (7/19) 0.36 Jennifer Kritch (5/14) 0.33 Cara Senger (5/15) 0.33 Netta Agredano (5/15) 0.32 Ashley Habbel (6/19) 0.32 Corina Sebesta (6/19) 0.30 Ashley Habbel (6/20) 0.28 Ashley Habbel (5/18) 0.27 Rachel Vecchio (3/11) 0.26 Meta Haley (5/19) 0.26 Alex Charlebois (5/19)

Ashley Cuba Netta Agredano Megan Beasley Jennifer Kritch Charity McClure Cande Ruiz Cara Senger

200912 200003 199699 200508 199798 199801 200104

Note: No Pitt player has registered more than one hat trick in a season.

SeasonRecords

GAME WINNING GOALS Total Player 5 Ashley Cuba 4 Cande Ruiz 3 Ashley Habbel 3 Ashley Habbel 3 Kristina Francois 2 14 with 2

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CareerRecords Year 1998 2001 2011 2009 1999 2002 1998 2006 2010 2006 1996 2008 2007 2003 2008 1998 1996 2006 2007 2000 2012 2008 2012 2003 1996 2004 2000 2000 Year 2001 1998 1998 1996 2011 1999 2009 1998 2002 2007 2003 2000 2006 2006 2008 2007 2004 2006 2012 Year 2009 1998 2007 2008 2004

GOALS Total 23 19 18 17 13 12 11 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Player Ashley Cuba Ashley Habbel Cande Ruiz Netta Agredano Jennifer Kritch Corina Sebesta Megan Beasley Liz Carroll Jacqueline Fix Charity McClure AideeMia Mora Kristina Francois Cara Senger Lauren Sciocchetti Kristin Gellatly Erin Hills Katelyn Ruhe Dana DelleFemine Meta Haley Laura Marsh Renee Spampinato Katrina Shibata Alex Charlebois Brigid Handforth

Year 200912 200609 199801 200003 200508 200306 199699 200710 199902 199798 199699 200306 200104 199902 1999 200205 200811 201012 200407 199902 199798 199801 2012 1998

GOALS PER MATCH (Minimum 20 matches) GPM Player (Goals/Matches) Year 0.31 Ashley Cuba (23/75) 200912 0.28 Netta Agredano (17/60) 200003 0.26 Cande Ruiz (18/70) 199801 0.25 Ashley Habbel (19/75) 200609 0.24 Charity McClure (9/37) 199798 0.19 Jennifer Kritch (13/68) 200508 0.17 Corina Sebesta (12/71) 200306 0.17 Renee Spampinato (5/30) 199798 0.16 AideeMia Mora (9/55) 199699 0.15 Megan Beasley (11/72) 199699 0.14 Jacqueline Fix (10/71) 199902 0.13 Cara Senger (8/60) 200104 0.13 Liz Carroll (10/75) 200710 0.13 Lauren Sciocchetti (8/63) 199902 0.12 Dana DelleFemine (6/50) 201012 0.12 Kristina Francois (8/69) 200306 0.10 Erin Hills (7/70) 200205 0.09 Katelyn Ruhe (7/77) 200811 0.09 Rachel Bertges (3/34) 199698 GAME WINNING GOALS Total Player 9 Ashley Habbel 8 Ashley Cuba 5 Netta Agredano 5 Cande Ruiz 4 Jacqueline Fix 4 Kristina Francois 3 Liz Carroll 3 Katrina Shibata 3 Charity McClure 2 14 with 2

Year 200609 200912 200003 199801 199902 200306 200710 199801 199798


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Goals Leaders FirstGoalsInAGame CAREER 10 Ashley Cuba 9 Ashley Habbel SEASON 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Ashley Cuba Ashley Habbel Ashley Cuba Ashley Habbel Liz Carroll Meta Haley Kristina Francois Vanessa Madison Charity McClure Megan Beasley Brigid Handforth Kristin Gellatly Netta Agredano Cande Ruiz Lauren Sciocchetti Emily Tipton Netta Agredano Corina Sebesta Katelyn Ruhe Ashley Cuba Liz Carroll Morgan Sharick

CornerKickGoals

200912 200609 2009 2007 2011 2008 2008 2006 2004 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 2001 2001 2002 2003 2003 2006 2008 2010 2010 2012

GameTyingGoals CAREER xx Corina Sebesta SEASON 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

AideeMia Mora Cande Ruiz Kristin Gellatly Laura Marsh Netta Agredano Lauren Sciocchetti Corina Sebesta Jennifer Kritch Corina Sebesta Many others with 1

SEASON 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

AideeMia Mora Andrea Kerzner Charity McClure Megan Beasley Kara Kunkle Netta Agredano Kimberly Sturk Netta Agredano Meta Haley Katelyn Ruhe Ashley Habbel Ashley Cuba Katie Caslin

CAREER 4 3 2 1

Morgan Sharick Netta Agredano Alex Charlebois Many others

201012 200003 2012

SEASON 4 2 2 1

Morgan Sharick Alex Charlebois Netta Agredano Many others

2012 2012 2001

HeaderGoals CAREER 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

Morgan Sharick Alex Charlebois Netta Agredano Katie Surma Liz Carroll Cande Ruiz Corina Sebesta

SEASON 3 2 2 2 2

Morgan Sharick Alex Charlebois Netta Agredano Cande Ruiz Lauren Sciocchetti

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1996 1996 1997 1997 1999 2000 2000 2001 2006 2008 2008 2009 2009

CAREER 22 22 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 01

Lauren Sciocchetti Megan Beasley Laura Berbert Kristin Gellatly Katrina Shibata AideeMia Mora Liz Carroll Corina Sebesta Jennifer DeLaHoz Alyssa Meier Ashley Habbel Netta Agredano

199902 199699 200710 1999 199801 199699 200710 200306 200205 201012 200609 200003

SEASON 1 13 times 201012 2012 200003 200306 200710 199801 200306 2012 2012 2001 1998 2002

CareerOffensiveStats-Defender 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2005 2005 2006

OvertimeGoals CAREER 2 Netta Agredano 1 12 others with 1

PenaltyKickGoals

CAREER POINTS 27 Jacqueline Fix 15 Laura Berbert 12 Morgan Sharick 11 Carli Brill

199902 200710 201012 200306

CAREER GOALS 10 Jacqueline Fix 4 Morgan Sharick 4 Laura Berbert

199902 201012 200710

CAREER ASSISTS 7 Jacqueline Fix 7 Carli Brill 7 Laura Berbert 5 Kat Weiler 4 Rebecca Fraser 4 Abby Baldys 4 Morgan Sharick 3 Jacqueline Reuter

199902 200306 200710 200710 200709 200912 201011 200105

Multi-goalGames CAREER 5 5 2 2 2 2 2

Ashley Cuba Cande Ruiz Netta Agredano Dana DelleFemine Ashley Habbel Jennifer Kritch Charity McClure

SEASON 4 2 2 2 2

Cande Ruiz Ashley Cuba Ashley Cuba Charity McClure Ashley Habbel

200912 199801 200003 201012 200609 200508 199798 1998 2011 2009 1998 2006

Ashley Cuba is Pitt’s all-time leading scorer with 23 careergoalsand51careerpointsfrom2009-12.Shewas named to the 2009 Big East All-RookieTeam and 2011 Big East All-Conference Third Team.

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Assist Leaders SeasonRecords

SingleGameAssistRecords ASSISTS 4 Cande Ruiz, at Wagner 2 Roosa Arvas, at St. Bonaventure 2 Roosa Arvas, Duquesne 2 Laura Berbert, at Akron 2 Rachel Bertges, St. Francis, Pa. 2 Carli Brill, Rutgers 2 Liz Carroll, at Xavier 2 Kristina Francois, Binghamton 2 Sara Gutting, vs. Jacksonville 2 Charity McClure, at Wagner 2 Charity McClure, Rutgers 2 Katelyn Ruhe, Buffalo 2 Katelyn Ruhe, Oakland 2 Katelyn Ruhe, St. Bonaventure 2 Renee Spampinato, at Wagner 2 Kimberly Sturk, Robert Morris 1 Many times with 1

Sept. 11, 1998 Aug. 24, 2012 Aug. 26, 2012 Aug. 22, 2008 Oct. 8, 1996 Oct. 2, 2005 Sept. 6, 2009 Sept. 1, 2006 Sept. 1, 2003 Sept. 11, 1998 Sept. 20, 1998 Aug. 20, 2010 Aug. 29, 2010 Sept. 20, 2009 Sept. 11, 1996 Oct. 26, 2001

ClassRecords ASSISTS Freshman: 8, Roosa Arvas, 2012. Sophomore: 9, Charity McClure, 1998. Junior: 9, Katelyn Ruhe, 2010. Senior: 7, Liz Carroll, 2010. ASSISTS PER MATCH Freshman: 0.42, Roosa Arvas (8/19), 2012. Sophomore: 0.47, Charity McClure (9/19), 1998. Junior: 0.45, Katelyn Ruhe (9/20), 2010. Senior: 0.37, Liz Carroll (7/19), 2010.

Multi-assistGames CAREER 3 Katelyn Ruhe 2 Roosa Arvas 2 Charity McClure

200811 2012 199798

SEASON 2 Roosa Arvas 2 Charity McClure 2 Katelyn Ruhe

2012 1998 2010

ASSISTS Total 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Player Charity McClure Katelyn Ruhe Roosa Arvas Liz Carroll Kimberly Sturk Cande Ruiz Jennifer Kritch Megan Beasley Kristina Francois Sara Gutting Erin Hills Katelyn Ruhe Jacqueline Fix Rachel Bertges Ashley Cuba Kristina Francois Anya BohunChudyniv Liz Carroll Ashley Habbel

ASSISTS PER MATCH APM Player (Assists/Matches) 0.47 Charity McClure (9/19) 0.45 Katelyn Ruhe (9/20) 0.42 Roosa Arvas (8/19) 0.37 Liz Carroll (7/19) 0.35 Kimberly Sturk (6/17) 0.33 Jennifer Kritch (6/18) 0.32 Cande Ruiz (6/19) 0.30 Brigid Handforth (3/10) 0.29 Sara Gutting (5/17) 0.28 Megan Beasley (5/18) 0.28 Kristina Francois (5/18) 0.25 Anya BohunChudyniv (4/16) 0.24 Erin Hills (4/17) 0.24 Kristina Francois (4/17) 0.22 Ashley Habbel (4/18) 0.22 Liz Carroll (4/18) 0.22 Ashley Cuba (4/18) 0.21 Katelyn Ruhe (4/19) 0.21 Jacqueline Fix (4/19) 0.21 Rachel Bertges (4/19) 0.20 Netta Agredano (3/15)

CareerRecords Year 1998 2010 2012 2010 2001 1998 2006 1996 2006 2003 2003 2011 2002 1996 2009 2004 1998 2009 2007 Year 1998 2010 2012 2010 2001 2006 1998 1998 2003 1996 2006 1998 2003 2004 2007 2009 2009 2011 2002 1996 2000

ASSISTS Total 18 13 12 12 11 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

Player Katelyn Ruhe Liz Carroll Kristina Francois Cande Ruiz Charity McClure Jennifer Kritch Roosa Arvas Jacqueline Fix Erin Hills Carli Brill Ashley Habbel Laura Berbert Megan Beasley Corina Sebesta Kimberly Sturk Netta Agredano Sara Gutting Andrea Graybill Katrina Shibata Rachel Bertges Kat Weiler Ashley Cuba

Year 200811 200710 200306 199801 199798 200508 2012 199902 200205 200306 200609 200710 199699 200306 200002 200003 200205 199801 199801 199698 200710 200912

ASSISTS PER MATCH (Minimum 20 matches) APM Player (Assists/Matches) Year 0.30 Charity McClure (11/37) 199798 0.23 Katelyn Ruhe (18/77) 200811 0.17 Kristina Francois (12/69) 200306 0.17 Liz Carroll (13/75) 200710 0.17 Cande Ruiz (12/70) 199801 0.16 Kimberly Sturk (7/45) 200002 0.15 Rachel Bertges (5/34) 199698 0.13 Jennifer Kritch (9/68) 200508 0.11 Laura Berbert (7/63) 200710 0.10 Erin Hills (7/70) 200205 0.10 Netta Agredano (6/60) 200003 0.10 Corina Sebesta (7/71) 200306 0.10 Carli Brill (7/71) 200306 0.10 Jacqueline Fix (7/71) 199902 0.10 Rebecca Fraser (4/41) 200709 0.10 Megan Beasley (7/72) 199699 0.10 Sara Gutting (6/63) 200205 0.09 Ashley Habbel (7/75) 200609

AnnualAssistLeaders Year Player A Avg./M 1996............Megan Beasley .....................5 .................... 0.28 1997............Charity McClure ...................2 .................... 0.11 1998............Charity McClure ...................9 .................... 0.47 1999............Cande Ruiz .............................2 .................... 0.12 .....................Andrea Graybill ....................2 .................... 0.12 2000............Netta Agredano ...................3 .................... 0.20 2001............Kimberly Sturk......................6 .................... 0.35 2002............Jacqueline Fix .......................4 .................... 0.21 2003............Sara Gutting ..........................5 .................... 0.29 2004............Kristina Francois ..................4 .................... 0.24 2005............Carli Brill..................................3 .................... 0.17 2006............Jennifer Kritch ......................6 .................... 0.33 2007............Ashley Habbel ......................4 .................... 0.22 2008............Laura Berbert ........................2 .................... 0.10 .....................Maura Caslin .........................2 .................... 0.10 .....................Christina Nicassio ................2 .................... 0.13 .....................Katelyn Ruhe.........................2 .................... 0.10 .....................Jennifer Kritch ......................2 .................... 0.11 .....................Kat Weiler ...............................2 .................... 0.10 2009............Liz Carroll................................4 .................... 0.22 .....................Ashley Cuba ..........................4 .................... 0.22 2010............Katelyn Ruhe.........................9 .................... 0.45 2011............Katelyn Ruhe.........................4 .................... 0.21 2012............Roosa Arvas ...........................8 .................... 0.42

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Above:MeganBeasley(1996-99)rankssecondonPitt’s all-timelistforcareergamesstarted(72).Shealsoranks seventhonPitt’sall-timescoringlistwith11careergoals. Left: Liz Carroll ranks second on Pitt’s all-time list for career assists (13). She also ranks eighth on Pitt’s alltime scoring list with 10 career goals.


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Shots Leaders SeasonRecords

SingleGameShotsRecords SHOTS 10 Netta Agredano, at Robert Morris 10 Charity Kriley, at Providence 10 Charity McClure, Georgetown 10 Cande Ruiz, at Wagner 9 Ashley Cuba, Buffalo 9 Ashley Cuba, St. John’s 9 Corina Sebesta, South Florida 8 Cande Ruiz, Providence 7 Netta Agredano, St. Francis, Pa. 7 Netta Agredano, Robert Morris 7 Meta Haley, South Florida 7 Ali Matisse, South Florida 7 Charity McClure, at Robert Morris 7 Cande Ruiz, Villanova 7 Cande Ruiz, Duquesne 7 Cande Ruiz, vs. Wyoming

Sept. 17, 2000 Oct. 12, 1997 Oct. 31, 1997 Sept. 11, 1998 Aug. 20, 2010 Oct. 9, 2011 Oct. 7, 2005 Oct. 4, 1998 Oct. 16, 2001 Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 7, 2005 Sept. 18, 2011 Oct. 22, 1998 Oct. 1, 2000 Oct. 22, 2000 Sept. 17, 2000

Six-plusShotGames CAREER 7 6 5 3 2 1

Cande Ruiz Netta Agredano Ashley Cuba Charity McClure Corina Sebesta Many others with 1

SEASON 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 1

Netta Agredano Cande Ruiz Ashley Cuba Netta Agredano Cande Ruiz Charity McClure Corina Sebesta Many times with 1

199801 200003 200912 199798 200306

2001 2000 2011 2000 1998 1998 2005

ClassRecords SHOTS Freshman: 56, Cande Ruiz, 1998. Sophomore: 52, Netta Agredano, 2001. Junior: 55, Cande Ruiz, 2000. Senior: 50, Liz Carroll, 2010. SHOTS ON GOAL Freshman: 36, Cande Ruiz, 1998. Sophomore: 34, Netta Agredano, 2001. Junior: 30, Cande Ruiz, 2000. Senior: 25, Corina Sebesta, 2006.

AnnualShotsLeaders Year Player Shots Avg./M 1996............Megan Beasley .................. 27 .................... 1.50 1997............Charity Kriley ..................... 30 .................... 1.76 1998............Cande Ruiz .......................... 56 .................... 2.95 1999............Kristin Gellatly ................... 47 .................... 2.61 2000............Cande Ruiz .......................... 55 .................... 3.06 2001............Netta Agredano ................ 52 .................... 3.06 2002............Lauren Sciocchetti ........... 36 .................... 1.89 2003............Erin Hills ............................... 35 .................... 2.06 2004............Erin hills ............................... 27 .................... 1.59 2005............Corina Sebesta .................. 43 .................... 2.39 2006............Corina Sebesta .................. 37 .................... 1.95 2007............Ashley Habbel ................... 26 .................... 1.44 .....................Liz Carroll............................. 26 .................... 1.44 2008............Katelyn Ruhe...................... 40 .................... 2.00 2009............Liz Carroll............................. 46 .................... 2.56 2010............Liz Carroll............................. 50 .................... 2.63 2011............Ashley Cuba ....................... 47 .................... 2.47 2012............Ashley Cuba ....................... 36 .................... 2.00

SHOTS Total 56 55 52 50 49 47 47 46 43 43 40 40 40 38 37 37 36 36 36 35 35 34

Player Cande Ruiz Cande Ruiz Netta Agredano Liz Carroll Ashley Cuba Kristin Gellatly Ashley Cuba Liz Carroll Corina Sebesta Charity McClure Katelyn Ruhe Katelyn Ruhe Netta Agredano Ashley Habbel Corina Sebesta Katelyn Ruhe Ashley Cuba Dana DelleFemine Lauren Sciocchetti Ashley Cuba Erin Hills Meta Haley

CareerRecords Year 1998 2000 2001 2010 2010 1999 2011 2009 2005 1998 2010 2008 2000 2008 2006 2011 2012 2011 2002 2009 2003 2006

SHOTS PER MATCH SPM Player (Shots/Matches) 3.06 Netta Agredano (52/17) 3.06 Cande Ruiz (55/18) 2.95 Cande Ruiz (56/19) 2.67 Netta Agredano (40/15) 2.63 Liz Carroll (50/19) 2.61 Kristin Gellatly (47/18) 2.56 Liz Carroll (46/18) 2.47 Ashley Cuba (47/19) 2.45 Ashley Cuba (49/20) 2.39 Corina Sebesta (43/18) 2.31 Meta Haley (30/13) 2.26 Charity McClure (43/19) 2.25 Netta Agredano (27/12)

Year 2001 2000 1998 2000 2010 1999 2009 2011 2010 2005 2005 1998 2003

SHOTS ON GOAL SOG Player 36 Cande Ruiz 34 Netta Agredano 31 Kristin Gellatly 30 Cande Ruiz 29 Charity McClure 25 Corina Sebesta 23 Lauren Sciocchetti 22 Corina Sebesta 22 Ashley Cuba 21 Ashley Cuba 20 Charity Kriley 20 Ashley Cuba 20 Meta Haley 20 Katelyn Ruhe 19 Rachel Bertges 19 Ashley Habbel

Year 1998 2001 1999 2000 1998 2006 2002 2005 2010 2011 1997 2009 2006 2008 1996 2007

SHOTS ON GOAL PER MATCH SOGPM Player (SOG/Matches) 2.00 Netta Agredano (34/17) 1.84 Cande Ruiz (36/19) 1.72 Kristin Gellatly (31/18) 1.67 Cande Ruiz (30/18) 1.53 Charity McClure (29/19) 1.32 Corina Sebesta (25/19) 1.27 AideeMia Mora (5/11) 1.22 Corina Sebesta (22/18) 1.21 Lauren Sciocchetti (23/19) 1.18 Charity Kriley (20/17) 1.13 Netta Agredano (17/15) 1.11 Ashley Cuba (20/18) 1.11 Ashley Cuba (21/19) 1.10 Ashley Cuba (22/20) 1.10 Brigid Handforth (11/10)

Year 2001 1998 1999 2000 1998 2006 1996 2005 2002 1997 2000 2009 2011 2010 1998

SHOTS Total 167 153 153 150 144 113 113 83 82 80 77 72 69 68 67 67 64 60 57 54 53

Player Ashley Cuba Cande Ruiz Liz Carroll Katelyn Ruhe Netta Agredano Corina Sebesta Ashley Habbel Erin Hills Megan Beasley Jennifer Kritch Lauren Sciocchetti Dana DelleFemine Kristina Francois Charity McClure Katie Caslin Jacqueline Fix Meta Haley Katrina Shibata Kimberly Sturk Laura Marsh Sara Gutting

Year 200912 199801 200710 200811 200003 200306 200609 200205 199699 200508 199902 201012 200306 199798 200609 199902 200407 199801 200002 199902 200205

SHOTS PER MATCH (Minimum 20 matches) SPM Player (Shots/Matches) 2.40 Netta Agredano (144/60) 2.23 Ashley Cuba (167/75) 2.19 Cande Ruiz (153/70) 2.04 Liz Carroll (153/75) 2.00 Meta Haley (64/32) 1.95 Katelyn Ruhe (150/77) 1.84 Charity McClure (68/37) 1.59 Corina Sebesta (113/71) 1.51 Ashley Habbel (113/75) 1.44 Dana DelleFamine (72/50) 1.27 Kimberly Sturk (57/45) 1.22 Lauren Sciocchetti (77/63) 1.19 Erin Hills (83/70) 1.18 Jennifer Kritch (80/68)

Year 200003 200912 199801 200710 200407 200811 199798 200306 200609 201012 200002 199902 200205 200508

SHOTS ON GOAL SOG Player 90 Cande Ruiz 76 Netta Agredano 72 Ashley Cuba 62 Corina Sebesta 61 Ashley Habbel 58 Katelyn Ruhe 53 Liz Carroll 52 Megan Beasley 49 Jennifer Kritch 48 Lauren Sciocchetti 45 Charity McClure 41 Erin Hills 40 Dana DelleFemine 40 Katie Caslin 38 AideeMia Mora

Year 199801 200003 200912 200306 200609 200811 200710 199699 200508 199902 199798 200205 201012 200609 199699

SHOTS ON GOAL PER MATCH (Minimum 20 matches) SOGPM Player (SOG/Matches) Year 1.29 Cande Ruiz (90/70) 199801 1.27 Netta Agredano (76/60) 200003 1.22 Charity McClure (45/37) 199798 0.97 Meta Haley (31/32) 200407 0.96 Ashley Cuba (72/75) 200912 0.87 Corina Sebesta (62/71) 200306 0.81 Ashley Habbel (61/75) 200609 0.80 Dana DelleFemine (40/50) 201012 0.76 Lauren Sciocchetti (48/63) 199902 0.75 Katelyn Ruhe (58/77) 200811 0.72 Megan Beasley (52/72) 199699 0.72 Jennifer Kritch (49/68) 200508 0.71 Liz Carroll (53/75) 200710 0.69 AideeMia Mora (38/55) 199699 0.59 Rache Bertges (20/34) 199698 0.59 Erin Hills (41/70) 200205

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GoalkeepingLeaders SeasonRecords SAVES Total 139 133 122 117 115 114 104 100 96 87 87 85 83 81 75 69 64 46 37 25

Player Jamie Pelusi Sarah Stout Nicole Bashor Jamie Pelusi Rachel Brown Nicole Bashor Jamie Pelusi Kristina Rioux Jamie Pelusi Nicole D’Agostino Morie Kephart Rachel Brown Morie Kephart Alison Finch Nicole Bashor Morie Kephart Alison Finch Ilene Ravich Jen Huzvar Gretchen Ross

Year 2002 1996 1998 2005 2000 1997 2003 2011 2004 2012 2009 2001 2010 2006 1999 2008 2007 1997 1997 2001

SAVES PER MATCH Total Player (Saves/Matches) 8.14 Nicole Bashor 7.32 Jamie Pelusi 7.18 Nicole Bashor 7.00 Sarah Stout 6.54 Rachel Brown 6.50 Jamie Pelusi 6.21 Morie Kephart 6.12 Jamie Pelusi 5.88 Kristina Rioux 5.77 Nicole Bashor 5.75 Ilene Ravich 5.65 Jamie Pelusi 4.60 Alison Finch 4.58 Nicole D’Agostino 4.26 Alison Finch 4.15 Morie Kephart 4.11 Jen Huzvar

Year 1997 2002 1998 1996 2001 2003 2009 2003 2011 1999 1997 2004 2009 2012 2006 2007 1999

SAVE PERCENTAGE Total Player (GA/Saves) .926 Morie Kephart (7/87) .819 Jamie Pelusi (23/104) .818 Jamie Pelusi (26/117) .814 Nicole Bashor (26/117) .793 Rachel Brown (30/115) .780 Jamie Pelusi (27/96) .777 Nicole Bashor (35/122) .769 Morie Kephart (25/83)

Year 2009 2003 2005 1997 2000 2004 1998 2010

.763 .759 .758 .744 .743 .731 .725 .723 .721 .596

Kristina Rioux (31/100) Rachel Brown (27/85) Morie Kephart (22/69) Alison Finch (22/64) Jamie Pelusi (48/139) Nicole D’Agostino (32/87) Jen Huzvar (14/37) Alison Finch (31/81) Nicole Bashor (29/75) Sarah Stout (90/133)

2011 2001 2008 2007 2002 2012 1999 2006 1999 1996

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Total Player (GA/Minutes) 0.47 Morie Kephart (7/1352) 1.14 Morie Kephart (22/1738) 1.22 Morie Kephart (25/1840) 1.32 Jamie Pelusi (23/1563) 1.43 Jamie Pelusi (26/1637) 1.59 Alison Finch (31/1751) 1.62 Jamie Pelusi (27/1499) 1.65 Alison Finch (22/1200) 1.70 Nicole D’Agostino (32/1695) 1.79 Rachel Brown (30/1505) 1.89 Jen Huzvar (14/666) 1.91 Nicole Bashor (26/1222) 1.91 Morie Kephart (10/470) 2.03 Rachel Brown (27/1196) 2.22 Nicole Bashor (26/1222) 2.55 Jamie Pelusi (48/1693) 2.55 Nicole Bashor (29/1022) 4.66 Sarah Stout (90/1740)

Year 2009 2008 2010 2003 2005 2006 2004 2007 2012 2000 1999 1997 2007 2001 1998 2002 1999 1996

SHUTOUTS Total Player 8.0 Morie Kephart 6.0 Morie Kephart 4.0 Alison Finch 4.0 Jamie Pelusi 4.0 Morie Kephart 4.0 Jamie Pelusi 3.0 Nicole D’Agostino 3.0 Jamie Pelusi 3.0 Nicole Bashor 3.0 Nicole Bashor 3.0 Jen Huzvar 3.0 Rachel Brown

Year 2009 2010 2007 2004 2008 2005 2012 2003 1997 1999 1999 2001

SHOTS FACED Total Player 334 Jamie Pelusi 312 Sarah Stout 290 Nicole D’Agostino 287 Nicole Bashor

Year 2002 1996 2012 1998

266 253 249 243 231 221 214 211 203 201

Jamie Pelusi Kristina Rioux Rachel Brown Morie Kephart Jamie Pelusi Jamie Pelusi Rachel Brown Nicole Bashor Morie Kephart Nicole Bashor

2005 2011 2000 2010 2003 2004 2001 1999 2009 1997

WINS Total 8 8 7 7

Player Nicole Bashor Alison Finch Morie Kephart Nicole D’Agostino

Year 1998 2006 2010 2012

LOSSES Total 16 15 11 11 11 11

Player Sarah Stout Jamie Pelusi Morie Kephart Jamie Pelusi Morie Kephart Rachel Brown

Year 1996 2002 2008 2005 2010 2000

TIES Total 4 4 3 3 3

Player Kristina Rioux Morie Kephart Jamie Pelusi Alison Finch Nicole Bashor

Year 2011 2009 2005 2006 1997

GOALKEEPER MINUTES Total Player (MP) 1839 Morie Kephart 1813 Alison Finch 1740 Sarah Stout 1738 Morie Kephart 1695 Nicole D’Agostino 1692 Jamie Pelusi 1637 Jamie Pelusi 1563 Jamie Pelusi 1504 Rachel Brown 1499 Jamie Pelusi 1475 Kristina Rioux 1417 Nicole Bashor

Year 2010 2006 1996 2008 2012 2002 2005 2003 2000 2004 2011 1998

PERCENTAGE OF GOALKEEPER MINUTES PLAYED Total Player (MP/Potential MP) Year 100% Morie Kephart (1839/1839) 2010 100% Sarah Stout (1740/1740) 1996

SingleGameSavesRecords SAVES 18 Rachel Brown, Penn State 16 Rachel Brown, Richmond 16 Rachel Brown, at Notre Dame 16 Sarah Stout, at Penn State 15 Jamie Pelusi, at Providence 14 Jamie Pelusi, at Georgetown 14 Jamie Pelusi, Rutgers 14 Jamie Pelusi, West Virginia 13 Nicole Bashor, Old Dominion 13 Nicole Bashor, at Connecticut 13 Jamie Pelusi, at Notre Dame 13 Kristina Rioux, Penn State 13 Sarah Stout, at Navy

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Oct. 28, 2001 Aug. 27, 2000 Sept. 24, 2000 Sept. 13, 1996 Oct. 11, 2002 Oct. 14, 2005 Oct. 12, 2003 Sept. 18, 2002 Oct. 17, 1999 Oct. 18, 1998 Oct. 4, 2002 Sept. 4, 2011 Sept. 7, 1996

12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Nicole Bashor, at St. John’s Sept. 13, 1998 Rachel Brown, at Bucknell Sept. 3, 2000 Morie Kephart, at Connecticut Oct. 25, 2009 Jamie Pelusi, Virginia Commonwealth Oct. 20, 2002 Kristina Rioux, West Virginia Oct. 21, 2011 Kristina Rioux, South Florida Sept. 18, 2011 Nicole Bashor, Virginia Commonwealth Nov. 2, 1997 Nicole Bashor, at Syracuse Nov. 4, 1998 Nicole Bashor, Buffalo Oct. 17, 1997 Nicole Bashor, Connecticut Oct. 24, 1999 Nicole Bashor, at Boston College Oct. 8, 1997 Nicole Bashor, at Air Force Sept. 25, 1998 Jen Huzvar, Notre Dame Oct. 10, 1999 Morie Kephart, at Marquette Sept. 27, 2009

11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Jamie Pelusi, at Syracuse Jamie Pelusi, West Virginia Jamie Pelusi, Rutgers Ilene Ravich, at UCIrvine Kristina Rioux, at Marquette Nicole Bashor, at Providence Nicole Bashor, Boston College Nicole Bashor, Georgetown Rachel Brown, Auburn Jamie Pelusi, at Connecticut Jamie Pelusi, vs. Kennesaw State Jamie Pelusi, at Ohio State Sarah Stout, at Notre Dame

Oct. 1, 2004 Sept. 1, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 19, 1997 Sept. 15, 2011 Oct. 12, 1997 Oct. 2, 1998 Oct. 31, 1997 Sept. 23, 2001 Oct. 22, 2004 Sept. 11, 2005 Sept. 15, 2002 Sept. 6, 1998


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GoalkeepingLeaders AnnualSavesLeaders Year Player Saves Saves/M 1996.............Sarah Stout .......................133 .................... 7.00 1997.............Nicole Bashor...................114 .................... 8.14 1998.............Nicole Bashor...................122 .................... 7.18 1999.............Nicole Bashor..................... 75 .................... 5.77 2000.............Rachel Brown ...................115 .................... 6.39 2001.............Rachel Brown ..................... 85 .................... 6.54 2002.............Jamie Pelusi ......................139 .................... 7.32 2003.............Jame Pelusi .......................104 .................... 6.12 2004.............Jamie Pelusi ........................ 96 .................... 5.65 2005.............Jamie Pelusi ......................117 .................... 6.50 2006.............Alison Finch ........................ 81 .................... 4.26 2007.............Alison Finch ........................ 64 .................... 4.57 2008.............Morie Kephart ................... 69 .................... 3.45 2009.............Morie Kephart ................... 87 .................... 6.21 2010.............Morie Kephart ................... 83 .................... 4.15 2011.............Kristina Rioux ...................100 .................... 5.88 2012.............Nicole D’Agostino ............ 87 .................... 4.58

AnnualSavePercentageLeaders Year Player GA/Saves SavePct. 1996.............Sarah Stout ................ 90/133 .................... .596 1997.............Nicole Bashor............ 26/114 .................... .814 1998.............Nicole Bashor............ 35/122 .................... .777 1999.............Nicole Bashor...............29/75 .................... .721 2000.............Rachel Brown ............ 30/115 .................... .793 2001.............Rachel Brown ...............27/85 .................... .759 2002.............Jamie Pelusi ............... 48/139 .................... .743 2003.............Jamie Pelusi ............... 23/104 .................... .819 2004.............Jamie Pelusi ..................27/96 .................... .780 2005.............Jamie Pelusi ............... 26/117 .................... .818 2006.............Alison Finch ..................31/81 .................... .723 2007.............Alison Finch ..................22/64 .................... .744 2008.............Morie Kephart .............22/69 .................... .758 2009.............Morie Kephart ............... 7/87 .................... .926 2010.............Morie Kephart .............25/83 .................... .769 2011.............Kristina Rioux ............ 31/100 .................... .763 2012.............Nicole D’Agostino ......32/87 .................... .731

AnnualGoalAgainstAvg.Leaders Year Player GA/Min. GAA 1996.............Sarah Stout ..............90/1740 .................... 4.66 1997.............Nicole Bashor..........26/1222 .................... 1.91 1998.............Nicole Bashor..........35/1417 .................... 2.22 1999.............Jen Huzvar ................. 14/666 .................... 1.89 2000.............Rachel Brown ..........30/1505 .................... 1.79 2001.............Rachel Brown ..........27/1196 .................... 2.03 2002.............Jamie Pelusi .............48/1693 .................... 2.55 2003.............Jamie Pelusi .............23/1563 .................... 1.32 2004.............Jamie Pelusi .............27/1499 .................... 1.62 2005.............Jamie Pelusi .............26/1637 .................... 1.43 2006.............Alison Finch .............31/1751 .................... 1.59 2007.............Alison Finch .............22/1200 .................... 1.65 2008.............Morie Kephart ........22/1738 .................... 1.14 2009.............Morie Kephart .......... 7/1352 .................... 0.47 2010.............Morie Kephart ........25/1840 .................... 1.22 2011.............Kristina Rioux ..........31/1475 .................... 1.89 2012.............Nicole D’Agostino .32/1695 .................... 1.70

MinutesInGoalLeaders Year Player GP/GS Min. 1996.............Sarah Stout ...................19/19 .............1740:00 1997.............Nicole Bashor...............14/14 .............1222:24 1998.............Nicole Bashor...............17/17 .............1417:17 1999.............Nicole Bashor...............13/13 .............1022:09 2000.............Rachel Brown ...............18/18 .............1504:59 2001.............Rachel Brown ...............13/13 .............1196:14 2002.............Jamie Pelusi ..................19/19 .............1692:52 2003.............Jamie Pelusi ..................17/17 .............1563:00 2004.............Jamie Pelusi ..................17/17 .............1499:14 2005.............Jamie Pelusi ..................18/18 .............1636:54 2006.............Alison Finch ..................19/18 .............1751:24 2007.............Alison Finch ..................14/14 .............1200:95 2008.............Morie Kephart .............20/18 .............1738:01 2009.............Morie Kephart .............14/14 .............1351:53 2010.............Morie Kephart .............20/20 .............1839:43 2011.............Kristina Rioux ...............17/17 .............1475:00 2012.............Nicole D’Agostino ......19/19 .............1694:57

CareerRecords SAVES Total 456 311 262 200 175 159 104 102 46 38 37

Player Jamie Pelusi Nicole Bashor Morie Kephart Rachel Brown Alison Finch Sarah Stout Kristina Rioux Nicole D’Agostino Ilene Ravich Gretchen Ross Jen Huzvar

Year 200205 199799 200710 200001 200609 199698 200812 201012 199697 200001 199799

SAVES PER MATCH (Minimum 20 matches) SPM Player (Saves/Matches) 7.07 Nicole Bashor (311/44) 6.45 Rachel Brown (200/31) 6.42 Jamie Pelusi (456/71) 5.89 Sarah Stout (159/27) 4.38 Alison Finch (175/40) 4.37 Morie Kephart (262/60) 4.25 Nicole D’Agostino (102/24)

Year 199799 200001 200205 199698 200609 200710 201012

SAVE PERCENTAGE Total Player (GA/Saves) .804 Morie Kephart (64/262) .786 Jamie Pelusi (124/456) .778 Rachel Brown (57/200) .776 Nicole Bashor (90/311) .748 Kristina Rioux (35/104) .729 Alison Finch (65/175) .685 Nicole D’Agostino (47/102) .596 Sarah Stout (108/159)

Year 200710 200205 200001 199799 200812 200609 201012 199698

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Total Player (GA/Minutes) 1.07 Morie Kephart (64/5400) 1.69 Alison Finch (65/3461) 1.75 Jamie Pelusi (124/6392) 1.90 Rachel Brown (57/2701) 2.04 Kristina Rioux (35/1544) 2.10 Nicole D’Agostino (47/2010) 2.21 Nicole Bashor (90/3662) 4.67 Sarah Stout (108/2080) SHUTOUTS Total Player 19.0 Morie Kephart 13.0 Jamie Pelusi 8.0 Alison Finch 8.0 Nicole Bashor 3.3 Rachel Brown 3.0 Nicole D’Agostino 3.0 Jen Huzvar SHOTS FACED Total Player 1052 Jamie Pelusi 699 Nicole Bashor 689 Morie Kephart 463 Rachel Brown

Year 200710 200609 200205 200001 200812 201012 199799 199698 Year 200710 200205 200609 199799 200001 201012 199799 Year 200205 199799 200710 200001

416 396 363 263

Alison Finch Sarah Stout Nicole D’Agostino Kristina Rioux

200609 199698 201012 200812

WINS Total 19 19 15 14 11 8 3

Player Morie Kephart Jamie Pelusi Alison Finch Nicole Bashor Rachel Brown Nicole D’Agostino Sarah Stout

Year 200710 200205 200609 199799 200001 201012 199698

LOSSES Total 46 28 27 18 18 17 13 10

Player Jamie Pelusi Morie Kephart Nicole Bashor Sarah Stout Rachel Brown Alison Finch Nicole D’Agostino Kristina Rioux

Year 200205 200710 199799 199698 200001 200609 201012 200812

TIES Total 8 6 5 4 3

Player Morie Kephart Jamie Pelusi Alison Finch Kristina Rioux Nicole Bashor

Year 200710 200205 200609 200812 199799

GOALKEEPER MINUTES Total Player (MP) 6392 Jamie Pelusi (71) 5399 Morie Kephart (68) 3661 Nicole Bashor (44) 3460 Alison Finch (41) 2701 Rachel Brown (31) 2080 Sarah Stout (28) 2009 Nicole D’Agostino (24) 1543 Kristina Rioux (21)

Year 200205 200710 199799 200609 200001 199698 201012 200812

GOALKEEPER STARTS Total Player (MP) 71 Jamie Pelusi (71) 56 Morie Kephart (68) 44 Nicole Bashor (44) 38 Alison Finch (41) 31 Rachel Brown (31) 21 Nicole D’Agostino (24) 21 Sarah Stout (28)

Year 200205 200710 200710 200609 200001 201012 199698

PERCENTAGE OF GOALKEEPER STARTS Total Player (MS/GP) 100% Jamie Pelusi (77/77) 100% Nicole Bashor (44/44) 100% Rachel Brown (31/31) 93% Alison Finch (38/41) 86% Nicole D’Agostino (21/24) 82% Morie Kephart (56/68)

Year 200205 199799 200001 200609 201012 200710

Jamie Pelusi (2002-05) holds school records for saves (456) and wins (19). She was awarded the 2005 NCAA WoodenCitizenshipTrophyandwasnamedthe2004Big East Goalkeeper of the Year.

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Participation Leaders Cautions CAREER 7 6 5 4 4 4

Liz Carroll Jennifer Kritch Courtney Wrightson Carli Brill Katheryn Kunugi Katelyn Ruhe

SEASON 4 Liz Carroll 3 Jacqueline Reuter 3 Sara Gutting 2 Rebecca Brown 2 Heather Ferguson 2 Rachel Brown 2 Jamie Pelusi 2 Janean Gardner 2 Carli Brill 2 Aimee Romasco 2 Sara Gutting 2 Courtney Wrightson 2 Jennifer Kritch 2 Megan Watson 2 Carli Brill 2 Molly Griganavicius 2 Ashley Habbel 2 Liz Carroll 2 Alexandra Jaffe 2 Liz Carroll 2 Jennifer Kritch 2 Katelyn Ruhe 2 Ashley Cuba 2 Katheryn Kunugi Note: Only three players in school history have been charged with a red card.

SeasonRecords 200710 200508 200306 200306 200711 200811 2010 2003 2003 1996 1998 2000 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2010 2011 2011

CareerRecords

GAMES PLAYED Total Player 20 Maura Caslin 20 Kat Weiler 20 Katelyn Ruhe 20 Ashley Habbel 20 Ashley Cuba 20 Katelyn Ruhe 20 Morie Kephart 20 Kat Weiler 20 Morgan Sharick 20 Alexandra Jaffe 20 Morie Kephart 20 Caroline Keefer 20 Liz Carroll 20 Laura Berbert 20 Alexandra Jaffe 19 Many others

Year 2008 2010 2008 2008 2010 2010 2008 2008 2010 2008 2010 2010 2008 2008 2010

GAMES STARTED GS Player 20 Ashley Habbel 20 Katelyn Ruhe 20 Kat Weiler 20 Liz Carroll 20 Caroline Keefer 20 Morie Kephart 20 Laura Berbert 20 Katelyn Ruhe 20 Kat Weiler 19 Many others

Year 2008 2008 2008 2008 2010 2010 2008 2010 2010

MINUTES PLAYED (Minutes kept starting in 2007) MP Player Year 1835 Kat Weiler 2008 1834 Caroline Keefer 2010 1795 Laura Berbert 2008 1778 Alyssa Meier 2011 1777 Katelyn Ruhe 2010 1750 Abby Baldys 2010 1745 Katelyn Ruhe 2010 1745 Caroline Keefer 2011 1736 Morgan Sharick 2012 1736 Kat Weiler 2009 1731 Kat Weiler 2010 1729 Morgan Sharick 2010 1726 Abby Baldys 2009 1693 Katelyn Ruhe 2011

GAMES PLAYED Total Player 77 Katelyn Ruhe

Year 200811

76 75 75 75 75 74 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 70 70 70 70 69 69 69

Kat Weiler Ashley Habbel Katie Caslin Ashley Cuba Liz Carroll Keeley Tobler Megan Beasley Carli Brill Corina Sebesta Jamie Pelusi Jacqueline Fix Aimee Romasco Jacqueline Reuter Jennifer DeLaHoz Andrea Graybill Cande Ruiz Erin Hills Vanessa Madison Kristina Francois Abby Baldys

200710 200609 200609 200912 200710 199701 199699 200306 200306 200205 199902 200205 200105 200205 199801 199801 200205 199699 200306 200912

GAMES STARTED GS Player 77 Katelyn Ruhe 76 Kat Weiler 72 Megan Beasley 71 Jamie Pelusi 70 Carli Brill 69 Corina Sebesta 68 Jacqueline Fix 68 Abby Baldys 67 Cande Ruiz 66 Keeley Tobler 64 Vanessa Madison 64 Aimee Romasco 63 Liz Carroll 62 Ashley Habbel 56 Laura Berbert 56 Morie Kephart 55 Jennifer Kritch 54 Ashley Cuba 54 Katie Surma 54 Caroline Keefer

Year 200812 200710 199699 200205 200306 200306 199902 200912 199801 199701 199699 200205 200710 200609 200710 200710 200508 200912 200306 201012

MINUTES PLAYED (Minutes kept starting in 2007) MP Player Year 6923 Kat Weiler 200710 6833 Katelyn Ruhe 200811 6266 Abby Baldys 200912 5301 Liz Carroll 200710 5062 Laura Berbert 200710

KatelynRuhe(2008-11)isPitt’sall-timeleaderinassists (18)andgamesstarted(77).Shewasnamedtothe2011 BigEastAll-ConferenceSecondTeamandthe2010Big East All-Conference Third Team.

Kat Weiler (2007-10) holds the Pitt all-time record for minutesplayed(6923)andrankssecondingamesstarted (76).Shewasnamedtothe2009BigEastAll-Conference Third Team.

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Team Season Records POINTS 1. ..........104 (35g 34a) .......... 1998 2. ..........83 (29g 25a) ............. 2006 3. ..........70 (22g 26a) ............. 2001 4. ..........66 (21g 24a) ............. 2010 5. ..........59 (21g 17a) ............. 2008 .............59 (21g 17a) ............. 2003 7. ..........58 (22g 14a) ............. 1996 8. ..........57 (20g 17a) ............. 2007 .............57 (17g 23a) ............. 2009 10.........56 (21g 14a) ............. 2000 .............56 (19g 18a) ............. 2012 12.........54 (20g 14a) ............. 2002 13.........48 (16g 16a) ............. 2004 14.........41 (17g 7a) ............... 1999 15.........38 (14g 10a) ............. 2011 16.........30 (11g 8a) ............... 2005 17.........18 (7g 4a) .................. 1997 POINTS PER MATCH 1. ..........5.47 (19 GP) .............. 1998 2. ..........4.37 (19 GP) .............. 2006 3. ..........4.12 (17 GP) .............. 2001 4. ..........3.47 (17 GP) .............. 2003 5. ..........3.30 (20 GP) .............. 2010 6. ..........3.17 (18 GP) .............. 2007 .............3.17 (18 GP) .............. 2009 8. ..........3.05 (19 GP) .............. 1996 9. ..........2.95 (20 GP) .............. 2008 10.........2.95 (19 GP) .............. 2012 .............2.95 (19 GP) .............. 2000 12.........2.84 (19 GP) .............. 2002 13.........2.82 (17 GP) .............. 2004 14.........2.28 (18 GP) .............. 1999 15.........2.00 (19 GP) .............. 2011 16.........1.67 (18 GP) .............. 2005 17.........1.00 (18 GP) .............. 1997 GOALS 1. ..........35................................. 1998 2. ..........29................................. 2006 3. ..........22................................. 2001 .............22................................. 1996 5. ..........21................................. 2000 .............21................................. 2010 .............21................................. 2003 .............21................................. 2008 9. ..........20................................. 2002 .............20................................. 2007 11.........19................................. 2012 12.........17................................. 2009 .............17................................. 1999 14.........16................................. 2004 15.........14................................. 2011 16.........11................................. 2005 17..........7 .................................. 1997 GOALS PER MATCH 1. ..........1.84 (19 GP) .............. 1998 2. ..........1.53 (19 GP) .............. 2006 3. ..........1.29 (17 GP) .............. 2001 4. ..........1.24 (17 GP) .............. 2003 5. ..........1.16 (19 GP) .............. 1996 6. ..........1.11 (18 GP) .............. 2007 7. ..........1.11 (19 GP) .............. 2000 8. ..........1.05 (19 GP) .............. 2002 9. ..........1.05 (20 GP) .............. 2010 .............1.05 (20 GP) .............. 2008 11.........1.00 (19 GP) .............. 2012 12.........0.94 (18 GP) .............. 2009 .............0.94 (18 GP) .............. 1999 14.........0.94 (17 GP) .............. 2004 15.........0.74 (19 GP) .............. 2011 16.........0.61 (18 GP) .............. 2005 17.........0.39 (18 GP) .............. 1997 GAMEWINNING GOALS 1. ..........8 ................................... 1998 .............8 ................................... 2009 3. ..........7 ................................... 2012 .............7 ................................... 2008 .............7 ................................... 2001

..............7 ....................................... 2010 7. ..........6 ....................................... 2000 ..............6 ....................................... 2004 ..............6 ....................................... 2007 ..............6 ....................................... 2006 11.........5 ....................................... 2003 ..............5 ....................................... 1999 13.........4 ....................................... 2005 ..............4 ....................................... 2002 15.........3 ....................................... 1996 ..............3 ....................................... 1997 17.........2 ....................................... 2011 ASSISTS 1. ..........34..................................... 1998 2. ..........26..................................... 2001 3. ..........25..................................... 2006 4. ..........24..................................... 2010 5. ..........23..................................... 2009 6. ..........18..................................... 2012 7. ..........17..................................... 2003 ..............17..................................... 2008 ..............17..................................... 2007 10.........16..................................... 2004 11.........14..................................... 2000 ..............14..................................... 1996 ..............14..................................... 2002 14.........10..................................... 2011 15.........8 ....................................... 2005 16.........7 ....................................... 1999 17.........4 ....................................... 1997 ASSISTS PER GAME 1. ..........1.79 (19 GP) .................. 1998 2. ..........1.53 (17 GP) .................. 2001 3. ..........1.32 (19 GP) .................. 2006 4. ..........1.28 (18 GP) .................. 2009 5. ..........1.20 (20 GP) .................. 2010 6. ..........1.00 (17 GP) .................. 2003 7. ..........0.95 (19 GP) .................. 2012 8. ..........0.94 (18 GP) .................. 2007 9. ..........0.94 (17 GP) .................. 2004 10.........0.85 (20 GP) .................. 2008 11.........0.74 (19 GP) .................. 1996 ..............0.74 (19 GP) .................. 2000 ..............0.74 (19 GP) .................. 2002 14.........0.53 (19 GP) .................. 2011 15.........0.44 (18 GP) .................. 2005 16.........0.39 (18 GP) .................. 1999 17.........0.22 (18 GP) .................. 1997 SHOTS ATTEMPTED 1. ..........288 (21g) ....................... 2000 2. ..........266 (21g) ....................... 2010 3. ..........239 (29g) ....................... 2006 4. ..........237 (17g) ....................... 2009 5. ..........226 (22g) ....................... 2001 6. ..........225 (14g) ....................... 2011 7. ..........218 (35g) ....................... 1998 8. ..........210 (21g) ....................... 2008 9. ..........200 (21g) ....................... 2003 10.........197 (20g) ....................... 2002 11.........195 (19g) ....................... 2012 12.........187 (11g) ....................... 2005 13.........178 (20g) ....................... 2007 14.........172 (17g) ....................... 1999 15.........158 (7g) ......................... 1997 16.........146 (22g) ....................... 1996 17.........139 (16g) ....................... 2004 SHOTS PER GAME 1. ..........15.16 (19 GP) ............... 2000 2. ..........13.30 (20 GP) ............... 2010 3. ..........13.29 (17 GP) ............... 2001 4. ..........13.17 (18 GP) ............... 2009 5. ..........12.58 (19 GP) ............... 2006 6. ..........11.84 (19 GP) ............... 2011 7. ..........11.76 (17 GP) ............... 2003 8. ..........11.47 (19 GP) ............... 1998 9. ..........10.50 (20 GP) ............... 2008 10.........10.39 (18 GP) ............... 2005 11.........10.37 (19 GP) ............... 2002

12.........10.26 (19 GP) ............... 2012 13.........9.89 (18 GP) .................. 2007 14.........9.56 (18 GP) .................. 1999 15.........8.78 (18 GP) .................. 1997 16.........8.18 (17 GP) .................. 2004 17.........7.68 (19 GP) .................. 1996 SHOTS ON GOAL 1. ..........138 (29g) ....................... 2006 2. ..........133 (22g) ....................... 2001 3. ..........132 (21g) ....................... 2000 4. ..........129 (35g) ....................... 1998 5. ..........110 (17g) ....................... 2009 6. ..........107 (21g) ....................... 2010 7. ..........106 (20g) ....................... 2002 8. ..........100 (11g) ....................... 2005 9. ..........98 (7g)............................ 1997 10.........96 (22g) ......................... 1996 11.........95 (20g) ......................... 2007 12.........93 (17g) ......................... 1999 13.........92 (21g) ......................... 2008 14.........89 (19g) ......................... 2012 ..............89 (14g) ......................... 2011 16.........83 (21g) ......................... 2003 17.........67 (16g) ......................... 2004 SHOTS ON GOAL PER MATCH 1. ..........7.82 (17 GP) .................. 2001 2. ..........7.26 (19 GP) .................. 2006 3. ..........6.95 (19 GP) .................. 2000 4. ..........6.79 (19 GP) .................. 1998 5. ..........6.11 (18 GP) .................. 2009 6. ..........5.58 (19 GP) .................. 2002 7. ..........5.56 (18 GP) .................. 2005 8. ..........5.44 (18 GP) .................. 1997 9. ..........5.35 (20 GP) .................. 2010 10.........5.28 (18 GP) .................. 2007 11.........5.17 (18 GP) .................. 1999 12.........5.05 (19 GP) .................. 1996 13.........4.88 (17 GP) .................. 2003 14.........4.68 (19 GP) .................. 2012 ..............4.68 (19 GP) .................. 2011 16.........4.60 (20 GP) .................. 2008 17.........3.94 (17 GP) .................. 2004 PENALTY KICKS MADE 1. ..........2 ....................................... 2010 ..............2 ....................................... 2000 ..............2 ....................................... 1996 4. ..........1 ....................................... 2003 ..............1 ....................................... 1999 ..............1 ....................................... 1997 ..............1 ....................................... 2007 ..............1 ....................................... 2012 ..............1 ....................................... 2002 ..............1 ....................................... 2005 PENALTY KICK ATTEMPTS 1. ..........2 ....................................... 1996 ..............2 ....................................... 2010 ..............2 ....................................... 2000 ..............2 ....................................... 2003 5. ..........1 ....................................... 2012 ..............1 ....................................... 2005 ..............1 ....................................... 2007 ..............1 ....................................... 1997 ..............1 ....................................... 1999 ..............1 ....................................... 2002 SAVES 1. ..........164 (46 GA, 164 sv).... 1997 2. ..........144 (52 GA, 144 sv).... 1998 3. ..........141 (49 GA, 141 sv).... 2002 4. ..........133 (90 GA, 133 sv).... 1996 5. ..........128 (41 GA, 128 sv).... 2000 6. ..........119 (27 GA, 119 sv).... 2005 7. ..........116 (46 GA, 116 sv).... 2011 8. ..........112 (43 GA, 112 sv).... 1999 9. ..........111 (11 GA, 111 sv).... 2009 10.........110 (34 GA, 110 sv).... 2001 11.........105 (23 GA, 105 sv).... 2003 12.........97 (29 GA, 97 sv)......... 2004

13.........93 (36 GA, 93 sv)......... 2012 14.........89 (32 GA, 89 sv)......... 2007 15.........85 (32 GA, 85 sv)......... 2006 16.........84 (25 GA, 84 sv)......... 2010 17.........79 (30 GA, 79 sv)......... 2008 SAVES PER MATCH 1. ..........9.11 (18 GP) .................. 1997 2. ..........7.58 (19 GP) .................. 1998 3. ..........7.42 (19 GP) .................. 2002 4. ..........7.00 (19 GP) .................. 1996 5. ..........6.74 (19 GP) .................. 2000 6. ..........6.61 (18 GP) .................. 2005 7. ..........6.47 (17 GP) .................. 2001 8. ..........6.22 (18 GP) .................. 1999 9. ..........6.18 (17 GP) .................. 2003 10.........6.17 (18 GP) .................. 2009 11.........6.11 (19 GP) .................. 2011 12.........5.71 (17 GP) .................. 2004 13.........4.94 (18 GP) .................. 2007 14.........4.89 (19 GP) .................. 2012 15.........4.47 (19 GP) .................. 2006 16.........4.20 (20 GP) .................. 2010 17.........3.95 (20 GP) .................. 2008 SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. ...........910 (11 GA, 111 sv)... 2009 2. ...........820 (23 GA, 105 sv)... 2003 3. ...........815 (27 GA, 119 sv)... 2005 4. ...........781 (46 GA, 164 sv)... 1997 5. ...........771 (25 GA, 84 sv) ..... 2010 6. ...........770 (29 GA, 97 sv) ..... 2004 7. ...........764 (34 GA, 110 sv)... 2001 8. ...........757 (41 GA, 128 sv)... 2000 9. ...........742 (49 GA, 141 sv)... 2002 10..........736 (32 GA, 89 sv) ..... 2007 11..........735 (52 GA, 144 sv)... 1998 12..........726 (32 GA, 85 sv) ..... 2006 13..........725 (30 GA, 79 sv) ..... 2008 14..........723 (43 GA, 112 sv)... 1999 15..........721 (36 GA, 93 sv) ..... 2012 16..........716 (46 GA, 116 sv)... 2011 17..........596 (90 GA, 133 sv)... 1996 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. ..........0.57 (11 GA, 1735m) . 2009 2. ..........1.22 (25 GA, 1840m) . 2010 3. ..........1.32 (23 GA, 1570m) . 2003 4. ..........1.45 (30 GA, 1864m) . 2008 5. ..........1.46 (27 GA, 1665m) . 2005 6. ..........1.59 (32 GA, 1814m) . 2006 7. ..........1.68 (29 GA, 1550m) . 2004 8. ..........1.71 (32 GA, 1685m) . 2007 9. ..........1.84 (36 GA, 1764m) . 2012 10.........1.93 (34 GA, 1582m) . 2001 11.........2.06 (41 GA, 1788m) . 2000 12.........2.29 (43 GA, 1688m) . 1999 13.........2.31 (46 GA, 1790m) . 2011 14.........2.42 (46 GA, 1713m) . 1997 15.........2.57 (49 GA, 1719m) . 2002 16.........2.74 (52 GA, 1710m) . 1998 17.........4.66 (90 GA, 1740m) . 1996 MOST WINS 1. ..........8 (855) ....................... 2009 ..............8 (883) ....................... 2006 ..............8 (8110)..................... 1998 4. ..........7 (791) ....................... 2001 ..............7 (7112)..................... 2010 ..............7 (7102)..................... 2012 7. ..........6 (6121)..................... 2000 ..............6 (6101)..................... 2004 ..............6 (6121)..................... 2008 10.........5 (5102)..................... 2003 ..............5 (592) ....................... 2007 ..............5 (5121)..................... 1999 13.........4 (4113)..................... 2005 ..............4 (4150)..................... 2002 15.........3 (3123)..................... 1997 ..............3 (3160)..................... 1996 17.........2 (2134)..................... 2011

MOST LOSSES 1. ..........16 (3160) .................. 1996 2. ..........15 (4150) .................. 2002 3. ..........13 (2134) .................. 2011 4. ..........12 (6121) .................. 2000 ..............12 (5121) .................. 1999 ..............12 (3123) .................. 1997 ..............12 (6121) .................. 2008 8. ..........11 (7112) .................. 2010 ..............11 (4113) .................. 2005 ..............11 (8110) .................. 1998 11.........10 (5102) .................. 2003 ..............10 (7102) .................. 2012 ..............10 (6101) .................. 2004 14.........9 (791) ....................... 2001 ..............9 (592) ....................... 2007 16.........8 (883) ....................... 2006 17.........5 (855) ....................... 2009 MOST TIES 1. ..........5 (855) ....................... 2009 2. ..........4 (2134)..................... 2011 3. ..........3 (3123)..................... 1997 ..............3 (883) ....................... 2006 ..............3 (4113)..................... 2005 6. ..........2 (592) ....................... 2007 ..............2 (7112)..................... 2010 ..............2 (7102)..................... 2012 ..............2 (5102)..................... 2003 10.........1 (791) ....................... 2001 ..............1 (6101)..................... 2004 ..............1 (6121)..................... 2000 ..............1 (6121)..................... 2008 ..............1 (5121)..................... 1999 MOST SHUTOUTS 1. ..........10..................................... 2009 2. ..........6 ....................................... 2010 ..............6 ....................................... 1999 4. ..........5 ....................................... 2004 ..............5 ....................................... 2007 6. ..........4 ....................................... 1997 ..............4 ....................................... 2005 ..............4 ....................................... 2008 9. ..........3 ....................................... 2001 ..............3 ....................................... 2012 ..............3 ....................................... 2006 ..............3 ....................................... 2003 13.........2 ....................................... 2000 ..............2 ....................................... 2011 ..............2 ....................................... 2002 ..............2 ....................................... 1998 17.........1 ....................................... 1996 GAMES PLAYED 1. ..........20..................................... 2010 ..............20..................................... 2008 3. ..........19..................................... 2002 ..............19..................................... 2006 ..............19..................................... 2012 ..............19..................................... 1998 ..............19..................................... 1996 ..............19..................................... 2000 ..............19..................................... 2011 10.........18..................................... 2005 ..............18..................................... 1997 ..............18..................................... 2007 ..............18..................................... 1999 ..............18..................................... 2009 15.........17..................................... 2004 ..............17..................................... 2003 ..............17..................................... 2001 MINUTES PLAYED (Since 2007) 1. ..........20431 ............................. 2008 2. ..........20193 ............................. 2010 3. ..........19643 ............................. 2011 4. ..........19375 ............................. 2012 5. ..........19055 ............................. 2009 6. ..........18580 ............................. 2007

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Year-By-Year Team Statistics Year

Team

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

Shot%

CK

Fouls

Minutes

GA GaAvg Saves

1996

Pitt Opp.

19 19

22 90

14 50

58 230

146 344

.151 .262

96 223

.658 .648

3 16

22 22

61 103

186 205

1740:00 1740:00

90 22

4.66 1.44

1997

Pitt Opp.

18 18

7 46

4 40

18 132

158 340

.044 .135

98 210

.620 .618

3 12

11 22

74 107

156 187

1712:38 1712:38

46 7

1998

Pitt Opp.

19 19

35 52

34 43

104 147

218 358

.161 .145

129 196

.592 .547

8 11

00 00

65 105

208 158

1710:00 1710:00

1999

Pitt Opp.

18 18

17 43

7 39

41 125

172 310

.099 .139

93 155

.541 .500

5 12

11 00

63 116

162 123

2000

Pitt Opp.

19 19

21 42

14 36

56 118

288 317

.073 .129

132 168

.458 .530

6 12

22 44

114 118

2001

Pitt Opp.

17 17

22 34

26 34

70 102

226 273

.097 .125

133 144

.588 .527

7 9

00 11

2002

Pitt Opp.

19 19

20 49

14 40

54 138

197 341

.102 .144

106 190

.538 .557

4 15

2003

Pitt Opp.

17 17

21 23

17 15

59 61

200 235

.105 .098

83 128

.415 .545

2004

Pitt Opp.

17 17

16 29

16 18

48 76

139 228

.115 .127

67 126

2005

Pitt Opp.

18 18

11 27

8 19

30 73

187 281

.059 .096

2006

Pitt Opp.

19 19

29 32

25 30

83 94

239 224

2007

Pitt Opp.

18 18

20 32

17 31

57 95

2008

Pitt Opp.

20 20

21 30

17 27

2009

Pitt Opp.

18 18

17 11

2010

Pitt Opp.

20 20

2011

Pitt Opp.

2012

Pitt Opp.

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SOG SOG%

GW PKAtt

Save%

W

L

T

ShO

133 74

.596 .771

3 16

16 3

0 0

1.0 10.0

2.42 0.37

164 91

.781 .929

3 12

12 3

3 3

4.0 11.0

52 35

2.74 1.84

144 94

.735 .729

8 11

11 8

0 0

2.0 7.0

1687:54 1687:54

43 17

2.29 0.91

112 76

.723 .817

5 12

12 5

1 1

6.0 6.0

200 185

1787:39 1787:39

41 21

2.06 1.06

128 110

.757 .840

6 12

12 6

1 1

2.0 8.0

94 82

154 163

1582:15 1582:15

34 22

1.93 1.25

110 111

.764 .835

7 9

9 7

1 1

3.0 8.0

11 00

85 81

169 173

1719:11 1719:11

49 20

2.57 1.05

141 86

.742 .811

4 15

15 4

0 0

2.0 7.0

5 10

12 22

53 62

184 236

1570:00 1570:00

23 21

1.32 1.20

105 62

.820 .747

5 10

10 5

2 2

3.0 8.0

.482 .553

6 10

00 55

39 83

297 259

1550:00 1550:00

29 16

1.68 0.93

97 51

.770 .761

6 10

10 6

1 1

5.0 5.0

100 146

.535 .520

4 11

11 11

57 80

197 228

1664:39 1664:39

27 11

1.46 0.59

119 89

.815 .890

4 11

11 4

3 3

4.0 11.0

.121 .143

138 118

.577 .527

6 7

00 00

86 78

188 221

1813:55 1813:55

32 29

1.59 1.44

85 107

.726 .787

8 8

8 8

3 3

3.0 3.0

178 218

.112 .147

95 121

.534 .555

6 10

11 22

58 75

165 205

1684:30 1684:30

32 20

1.71 1.07

89 75

.736 .789

6 10

10 6

2 2

5.0 5.0

59 87

210 213

.100 .141

92 109

.438 .512

7 12

00 00

101 77

198 187

1863:41 1863:41

30 21

1.45 1.01

79 71

.725 .772

6 12

12 6

1 1

4.0 8.0

23 14

57 36

237 267

.072 .041

110 122

.464 .457

8 5

00 00

96 76

140 142

1735:29 1735:29

11 17

0.57 0.88

111 93

.910 .845

8 5

5 8

5 5

10.0 8.0

21 25

24 19

66 69

266 246

.079 .102

107 109

.402 .443

7 11

22 22

103 76

188 202

1839:43 1839:43

25 21

1.22 1.03

84 86

.771 .804

7 11

11 7

2 2

6.0 8.0

19 19

14 46

10 39

38 131

225 327

.062 .141

89 162

.396 .495

2 13

00 01

89 106

159 139

1790:00 1790:00

46 14

2.31 0.70

116 75

.716 .843

2 13

13 2

4 4

2.0 13.0

19 19

19 36

18 36

56 108

195 303

.097 .119

89 129

.456 .426

7 10

11 11

66 100

173 132

1763:37 1763:37

36 19

1.84 0.97

93 70

.721 .787

7 10

10 7

2 2

3.0 8.0


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Team Game Records MOST POINTS 1. 33 at Wagner, Sept. 11,1998 2. 17 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 8,1996 17 Robert Morris, Oct. 26,2001 4. 16 at Robert Morris, Oct. 22,1998 5. 15 St. John’s, Oct. 9, 2011 15 vs. Jacksonville, Sept. 1,2003 15 Duquesne, Sept. 3,2004 8. 14 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 16,2001 9. 13 Buffalo, Aug 20, 2010 10. 12 at Xavier, Sept. 6,2009 12 St. Bonaventure, Sept. 20, 2009 12. 11 at Temple, Aug. 27, 2006 11 vs. Iowa State, Aug. 31, 2008 11 Robert Morris, Oct. 15, 2003 11 Villanova, Oct. 17, 2010 11 Villanova, Oct. 1, 2000 11 at St. John’s, Sept. 13,1998 18. 10 Oakland, Aug. 29, 2010 10 VCU, Oct. 20, 2002 10 at Syracuse, Sept. 24, 2006 10 Pennsylvania, Sept. 5,2008 10 UMBC, Sept. 6, 2003 10 Wagner, Sept. 23,1996 LEAST POINTS 1. 0 133 times MOST GOALS 1. 11 at Wagner, Sept. 11, 1998 2. 6 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 8, 1996 6 at Robert Morris, Oct. 22, 1998 6 St. John’s, Oct. 9, 2011 5. 5 Robert Morris, Oct. 26, 2001 5 vs. Jacksonville, Sept. 1, 2003 7. 4 Buffalo, Aug. 20, 2010 4 at Temple, Aug. 27, 2006 4 vs Iowa State, Aug. 31, 2008 4 Robert Morris, Oct. 15, 2003 4 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 16, 2001 4 at Syracuse, Sept. 24, 2006 4 Duquesne, Sept. 3, 2004 4 at St. John’s, Sept. 13, 1998 4 St. Bonaventure, Sept. 20, 2009 4 Wagner, Sept. 23, 1996 4 at Rutgers, Sept. 24, 1999 LEAST GOALS 1. 0 133 times MOST ASSISTS 1. 11 at Wagner, Sept. 11, 1998 2. 7 Robert Morris, Oct. 26, 2001 7 Duquesne, Sept. 3, 2004 4. 6 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 16, 2001 6 at Xavier, Sept. 6, 2009 6. 5 Buffalo, Aug. 20, 2010 5 Villanova, Oct. 17, 2010 5 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 8, 1996 5 Villanova, Oct. 1, 2000 5 vs. Jacksonville, Sept. 1, 2003 11. 4 Oakland, Aug. 29, 2010 4 VCU, Oct. 20, 2002 4 at Robert Morris, Oct. 22, 1998 4 Pennsylvania, Sept. 5, 2008 4 UMBC, Sept. 6, 2003 4 St. Bonaventure, Sept. 20, 2009 LEAST ASSISTS 1. 0 172 times MOST SHOTS 1. 36 at Wagner, Sept. 11, 1998 2. 32 at Robert Morris, Sept. 17, 2000 3. 31 Robert Morris, Oct. 15, 2003 4. 27 Robert Morris, Oct. 26, 2001 27 Wyoming, Sept. 17, 2000 6. 26 at Robert Morris, Oct. 22, 1998 26 Akron, Sept. 10, 2010 26 South Florida, Sept. 18, 2011 9. 25 Central Arkansas, Aug. 25, 2006

25 25 12. 24 13. 23 23 23 23 17. 22 22

Providence, Oct. 15, 2000 at Kent State, Sept. 16, 2007 South Florida, Oct. 7, 2005 Eastern Michigan, Aug. 19, 2011 Robert Morris, Nov. 6, 1996 Sacred Heart, Oct. 13, 2000 at Fairfield, Oct. 21, 2001 Buffalo, Aug. 20, 2010 at Duquesne, Sept. 28, 2003

LEAST SHOTS 1. 0 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 0 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998 3. 1 Notre Dame, Oct, 10, 1999 1 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 1998 1 at Notre Dame, Oct. 1, 2006 1 at South Florida, Sept. 16, 2012 7. 2 at Providence, Oct. 16, 2011 2 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2000 2 Georgetown, Sept. 30, 2012 2 Notre Dame, Sept. 12, 1997 2 at Colorado, Sept. 18, 2005 2 at Penn State, Sept. 13, 1996 2 at Connecticut, Oct. 22, 2004 14. 3 Charlotte, Sept. 7, 2008 3 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 3 vs. Indiana, Sept. 8, 196 3 at Cornell, Nov. 3, 1996 3 at UCIrvine, Sept. 19, 1997 3 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 3 at Notre Dame, Oct. 4, 2002 3 at Lehigh, Sept. 12, 2003 3 at Hofstra, Sept. 21, 2003 3 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2004 3 Penn State, Sept. 4, 2011 MOST SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 22 at Robert Morris, Oct. 22, 1998 2. 21 at Wagner, Sept, 11, 1998 3. 19 Robert Morris, Oct. 26, 2001 4. 15 at St. Francis, Pa., Aug. 30, 2002 5. 14 Lehigh, Sept. 8, 2002 14 at Robert Morris, Sept. 17, 2000 7. 13 South Florida, Oct. 7, 2005 13 Canisius, Sept. 21, 1996 13 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 16, 2001 13 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 13 at Fairfield, Oct. 21, 2001 13 at Eastern Michigan, Aug. 17, 2012 13. 12 DePaul, Oct. 2, 2009 12 Eastern Michigan, Aug. 19, 2011 12 Robert Morris, Nov. 6, 1996 12 Wyoming, Sept. 17, 2000 12 at Duquesne, Sept. 28, 2003 LEAST SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 0 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 0 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998 0 Connecticut, Oct. 24, 1999 0 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2000 0 at Connecticut, Oct. 12, 2007 0 Central Michigan, Sept. 9, 2011 7. 1 West Virginia, Oct. 16, 1996 1 Boston College, Oct. 2, 1998 1 Rutgers, Sept. 23, 2011 1 Boston College, Oct. 6, 2000 1 Georgetown, Oct. 2, 2011 1 at Providence, Oct. 16, 2011 1 at Michigan, Aug. 19, 2012 1 at South Florida, Sept. 16, 2012 1 Charlotte, Sept. 7, 2008 1 West Virginia, Sept. 18, 2009 1 at Marquette, Sept. 27, 2009 1 Marquette, Sept. 26, 2010 1 Georgetown, Oct. 15, 2010 1 at Notre Dame, Oct. 4, 2002 1 at Hofstra, Sept. 21, 2003 1 West Virginia, Oct. 6, 2004 1 Villanova, Oct. 24, 2004 1 at Colorado, Sept. 18, 2005 1 at Notre Dame, Oct. 1, 2006

1

Notre Dame, Oct. 10, 1999

MOST SAVES 1. 18 Penn State, Oct. 28, 2001 2. 16 Richmond, Aug. 27, 2000 16 Notre Dame, Sept. 12, 1997 16 at Penn State, Sept. 13, 1996 16 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2000 6. 15 at Providence, Oct. 11, 2002 15 at Boston College, Oct. 8, 1997 8. 14 at Georgetown, Oct. 14, 2005 14 Rutgers, Oct. 12, 2003 14 West Virginia, Sept. 18, 2002 11. 13 at Notre Dame, Oct. 4, 2002 13 Old Dominion, Oct. 17, 1999 13 at Connecticut, Oct. 18,1998 13 Penn State, Sept. 4, 2011 13 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 16. 12 at Connecticut, Oct. 25, 2009 12 VCU, Oct. 20, 2002 12 West Virginia, Oct. 21, 2011 12 at Bucknell, Sept. 3, 2000 12 at St. John’s, Sept. 13, 1998 12 South Florida, Sept. 18, 2011 LEAST SAVES 1. 0 Robert Morris, Nov. 6, 1996 0 Robert Morris, Aug. 22, 2012 3. 1 Sacred Heart, Oct. 13, 2000 1 Georgetown, Oct. 3, 1999 1 at Bowling Green, Aug. 29, 2004 1 Georgetown, Oct. 19, 2008 1 at Marquette, Oct. 26, 2008 1 at Louisville, Oct. 30, 2008 1 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 1 Georgetown, Oct. 15, 2010 1 St. Bonaventure, Aug. 24, 2012 MOST CORNER KICKS 1. 16 at Robert Morris, Sept. 17, 2000 2. 13 Villanova, Oct. 1, 2000 13 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 4. 12 at Fairfield, Oct. 21, 2001 12 vs. Oregon State, Sept. 22, 1997 6. 11 at Drexel, Sept. 11, 2009 11 Duquesne, Aug. 26, 2012 11 at Oakland, Sept. 11, 2011 11 at Cincinnati, Oct. 3, 2010 11 Akron, Sept. 10, 2010 11 Oakland, Aug. 29, 2010 11 Providence, Oct. 20, 2006 11 Marshall, Sept. 8, 2006 14. 10 vs. Dayton, Aug. 29, 2008 10 Robert Morris, Oct. 13, 1999 10 at Akron, Aug. 22, 2008 10 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 16, 2001 18. 9 at Niagara, Sept. 7, 1997 9 vs. Xavier, Sept. 14, 2007 9 Ohio, Oct. 25, 2002 LEAST CORNER KICKS 1. 0 Many times 2. 1 Many times MOST FOULS 1. 29 at Wagner, Sept. 11, 1998 2. 21 Georgetown, Oct. 19, 2008 3. 20 Georgetown, Oct. 31, 1997 20 vs. Wyoming, Sept. 17, 2000 20 Air Force, Aug. 25, 2000 6. 19 Seton Hall, Oct. 8, 1999 19 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2004 8. 18 Syracuse, Oct. 11, 1998 18 vs. Dayton, Aug. 29, 2008 10. 17 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 8, 1996 17 at Villanova, Sept. 26, 1997 17 Syracuse, Sept. 25, 2005 17 South Florida, Oct. 28, 2007 14. 16 vs. Indiana, Sept. 8, 1996 16 Penn, Sept. 10, 1999 16 at Connecticut, Oct, 23, 2005

16 16 16 16 16 16 16 24. 15 15

West Virginia, Sept. 21, 2007 Kent State, Sept. 12, 2010 Notre Dame, Sept. 28, 2001 Auburn, Sept. 23, 2001 at Providence, Oct, 16, 2011 Connecticut, Oct. 5, 2003 at Hofstra, Sept. 21, 2003 Marshall, Sept. 8, 2006 Villaonva, Sept. 28, 2012

LEAST FOULS 1. 1 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 1998 1 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 3. 2 at UNCGreensboro, Sept. 9, 2001 2 at Providence, Oct. 23, 2009 5. 3 Baylor, Sept. 12, 1999 3 at Duquesne, Aug. 30, 1997 3 Buffalo, Oct. 17, 1997 3 Penn State, Oct. 31, 1999 3 West Virginia, Oct. 4, 2000 3 Robert Morris, Oct. 26, 2001 3 at Lehigh, Sept. 12, 2003 3 Syracuse, Sept. 28, 2007 3 at Villanova, Oct. 19, 2007 3 at James Madison, Aug. 26, 2011 15. 4 at VCU, Oct. 26, 1996 4 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2000 4 West Virginia, Sept. 18, 2002 4 at Georgetown, Sept. 27, 2002 4 at Xavier, Sept. 6, 2009 4 St. Bonaventure, Sept. 20, 2009 4 at Notre Dame, Sept. 21, 2012 4 at Syracuse, Oct. 4, 2012 4 Buffalo, Aug. 20, 2010 4 Providence, Oct. 20, 2006 4 at Cincinnati, Oct. 3, 2010 4 at St. John’s, Oct. 8, 2010 MOST YELLOW CARDS 1. 4 Syracuse, Sept. 25, 2005 4 Marshall, Sept. 8, 2006 3. 3 at Duquesne, Sept. 28, 2003 3 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2004 3 at Central Florida, Aug. 30, 2003 3 at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2000 3 at Cincinnati, Oct. 3, 2010 3 at Providence, Oct. 16, 2011 9. 2 at West Virginia, Oct. 23, 2003 2 vs. Old Dominion, Sept. 12, 2004 2 at Rutgers, Oct. 17, 2004 2 South Florida, Sept, 18, 2011 2 at Connecticut, Oct, 14, 2011 2 at Notre Dame, Oct. 1, 2006 2 at Marshall, Oct. 6, 2006 2 at Louisville, Oct. 26, 2006 2 at Kent State, Sept. 16, 2007 2 at St. John’s, Sept. 30, 2007 2 Charlotte, Sept. 7, 2008 2 at Ohio State, Aug. 30, 2009 2 Ohio State, Aug. 27, 2010 2 Kent State, Sept. 12, 2010 2 Providence, Oct. 22, 2010 2 Wyoming, Sept. 17, 2000 2 Air Force, Aug. 25, 2000 2 at Georgetown, Sept. 4, 1998 LEAST YELLOW CARDS 1. 0 Many times MOST MINUTES PLAYED 1. 120 Georgetown, Oct. 3, 1999 120 Wagner, Sept. 23, 1996 120 Providence, Oct. 15, 2000 120 Auburn, Sept. 23, 2001 5. 119 Villanova, Oct. 1, 2000 6. 115 Georgetown, Oct. 31, 1997 7. 111 Central Florida, Oct. 1, 1999 LEAST MINUTES PLAYED 1. 86 at Connecticut, Oct. 23, 2005 2. 88 at Providence, Oct. 21, 2005

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Miscellaneous Scoring Records ALLTIME PITT GOALS SCORED IN THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 1:22 Cande Ruiz, Central Michigan Aug. 31, 2001W 2,1 1:42 Brigid Handforth, Rutgers Sept. 20, 1998 W, 32 1:45 Christina Nicassio, Providence Oct. 22, 2010 W, 20 2:35 Ashley Habbel, vs. Iowa State Aug. 31, 2008 W, 41 2:55 Jacqueline Fix, Robert Morris Oct. 13, 19992L,O (1T) 3:10 Vanessa Madison, at Buffalo Sept. 27, 1996 W, 63 3:11 Brigid Handforth, Providence Oct. 4, 1998W 3,2 3:39 Emily Tipton, vs. Jacksonville Sept. 1, 2003 W, 51 3:45 Hayley Neal, Villanova Oct. 17, 2010 W, 30 3:59 Cara Kappler, Ohio Oct. 25, 2002 L, 41 4:05 Megan Beasley, at Baylor Aug. 30, 1996 L, 122 5:17 Ashley Cuba, Buffalo Aug. 20, 1020 W, 41 5:36 Cande Ruiz, Robert Morris Oct. 26, 2001 W, 51 5:36 Laura Marsh, West Virginia Sept. 18, 2002 L, 42 5:41 N. Agredano, St. Francis, Pa. Oct. 16, 2001 W, 40 5:49 Ashley Habbel, Youngstown St. Aug. 31, 2007W 2,0 6:33 Charity McClure, Rutgers Sept. 20, 1998 W, 32 6:35 Emily Tipton, vs. Jacksonville Sept. 1, 2003 W, 51 ALLTIME OPPONENT GOALS SCORED IN THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 0:15 Carol Finch, at Texas Sept. 1, 1996 L, 120 0:24 Kimberly Dimitroff, Kent State Sept. 16, 2007W 2,1 0:24 Ingrid Wells, at Georgetown Oct. 2, 2011 L, 60 0:34 Shannon Nagle, Rutgers Sept. 29, 2000 L, 32 1:05 Amy Knobel, at Syracuse Nov. 1, 1996 L, 60 1:17 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown Sept. 30, 2012L8,0 1:59 Mary Gaurino, at Boston College Oct. 8, 1997L2,0 2:03 Heidi Drummond, at Penn State Sept. 1, 2002L7,2 2:24 Nikki Hales, at Baylor Aug. 30, 1996 L, 122 2:55 Laina Ceddia, Boston College Sept. 26, 2004L4,1 2:55 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown Sept. 30, 2012L8,0 2:59 Kirsi Cronk, at Richmond Oct. 25, 1996 L, 30 3:15 Camille Trujillo, at Georgetown Oct. 2, 2011L6,0 3:30 Candace Chapman, Notre Dame Sept. 28, 2001L4,0 3:30 Carley Piagentini, at Seton Hall Oct. 6, 2002L3,1 3:35 Gina Lewandowski, at Lehigh Sept. 12, 2003L2,0 3:42 Abby Leonard, Ohio Oct. 25, 2002 L, 41 4:02 Britany Hensler, at Toledo Oct. 21, 2008 L, 21 4:12 S. McMorrow, at Providence Oct. 11, 2002 L, 20 4:27 Megan Mills, Penn State Oct. 31, 1999 L, 71 4:37 Nicole DePalma, Georgetown Oct. 27, 2004 L, 40 4:41 Sara Jordan, at Georgetown Oct. 21, 2007 L, 42 4:54 Katlyn Ritter, Seton Hall Sept. 25, 2011 L, 30 PITT MOST GOALS DOWN TO WIN Deficit Opponent Date Result 2 Wagner (trailed 20) Sept. 23, 1996W, 42 (OT) 1 DePaul (trailed 10) Oct. 2, 2009W, 21 (OT) 1 at Eastern Michigan (trailed 10) Aug. 17, 2012W 2,1 1 Providence (trailed 10) Oct. 12, 2008W, 21 (OT) 1 Georgetown (trailed 10) Oct. 19, 2008W,21 (2OT) 1 Xavier (trailed 10) Sept. 14, 2007 W, 21 1 Kent State (trailed 10) Sept. 16, 2007 W, 21 1 Central Arkansas (trailed 10) Aug. 25, 2006W 2O (1,T) 1 at Temple (trailed 10) Aug. 27, 2006 W, 41 1 West Virginia (trailed 10) Sept. 1, 2005 W, 21 1 at Georgetown (trailed 10) Oct. 14, 2005 W, 21 1 at Georgetown (trailed 10) Sept. 26, 2003 W, 21 1 VCU (trailed 10) Oct. 20, 2002 W, 32 1 Georgetown (trailed 10) Sept. 21, 2001 W, 21 1 at Miami, Fla. (trailed 10) Oct. 12, 2001 W, 21 1 Air Force (trailed 10) Aug. 25, 2000 W, 32 1 Arizona (trailed 10) Sept. 8, 2000 W, 21 1 Villanova (trailed 21) Oct. 1, 2000W, 32 (2OT) 1 at Georgetown (trailed 10) Sept. 4, 1998 W, 21 1 at Wagner (trailed 10) Sept. 11, 1998W, 111 1 at St. John’s (trailed 10, 21) Sept. 13, 1998W 4,3 OPPONENT MOST GOALS DOWN TO WIN Deficit Opponent Date

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at Penn (trailed 10) Sept. 13, 2009W, 21 (OT) Akron (trailed 10, 21) Aug. 22, 2008 W, 62 St. Bonaventure (trailed 10) Sept. 14, 2008 W, 21 Connecticut (trailed 10) Oct. 10, 2008 W, 21 Cincinnati (trailed 10) Oct. 5, 2007W, 21 (2OT) at Providence (trailed 10) Oct. 14, 2007 W, 21 at West Virginia (trailed 10) Sept. 15, 2006 W, 41 at South Florida (trailed 10) Oct. 8, 2006W, 21 (OT) Connecticut (trailed 10, 21) Oct. 22, 2006W 4,2 at Notre Dame (trailed 10) Sept. 24, 2004 W, 31 at Central Florida (trailed 10) Aug. 30, 2003W 3,1 Seton Hall (trailed 10) Oct. 10, 2003 W, 21 West Virginia (trailed 10) Sept. 18, 2002 W, 42 Villanova (trailed 10) Sept. 20, 2002W, 21 (OT) at Boston College (trailed 10) Oct. 13, 2002W 3,1 Robert Morris (trailed 10) Oct. 16, 2002 W, 21 Syracuse (trailed 10) Oct. 27, 2002 W, 31 Seton Hall (trailed 10) Sept. 22, 2000 W, 32 St. John’s (trailed 10) Sept. 14, 1997 W, 41 at Buffalo (trailed 10) Sept. 27, 1996 W, 63 Seton Hall (trailed 10) Oct. 6, 1996 W, 21 Niagara (trailed 21) Oct. 12, 1996 W, 42

MOST GOALS DOWN TO TIEPITT Deficit Opponent Date Result 2 South Florida (trailed 20) Oct. 7, 2005T, 22 (OT) 1 Marshall (trailed 10) Sept. 8, 2006T, 11 (2OT) 1 at Syracuse (trailed 10) Oct. 1, 2004T, 11 (2OT) 1 at St. John’s (trailed 10) Sept. 19, 2003T,11(2OT) 1 Providence (trailed 10) Oct. 15, 2000T, 11 (2OT) 1 vs. Oregon State (trailed 10) Sept. 22, 19971T2(,1OT) MOST GOALS DOWN TO TIEOPPONENTS Deficit Opponent Date Result 2 Colorado College (trailed 20) Sept. 2, 20112T2(,2OT) 1 West Virginia (trailed 10) Sept. 18, 2009T,11(2OT) 1 St. John’s (trailed 10) Sept. 22, 2006T,11(2OT) 1 Georgetown (trailed 10) Oct. 13, 2006T, 11 (2OT) 1 at Providence (trailed 10) Oct. 12, 1997T, 11 (2OT) PITTLATEST GOAL TO WIN (REGULATION) Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 89:55 Jacqueline Fix, Central Michigan Aug. 31, 2001 W, 21 89:52 Jenna Greenfield, Kent State Sept. 16, 2007 W, 21 87:49 Dana DelleFemine, at SBU Aug. 24, 2012 W, 21 87:02 Rita Massot, Seton Hall Oct. 10, 2003 W, 21 86:57 Alex Charlebois, Connecticut Oct. 11, 2012W 2,1 85:18 Kristin Gellatly, vs. Penn Sept. 10, 1999 W, 10 84:31 Cande Ruiz, at Georgetown Sept. 4, 1998 W, 21 83:29 Katrina Shibata, at Miami, Fla.Oct. 12, 2001 W, 21 82:31 Jacqueline Reuter, at St. Francis Aug. 30, 2002 W, 21 80:27 Lisa Schulte, at Georgetown Sept. 26, 2003 W, 21 79:06 Renee Spampinato, West Virginia Oct. 8 ,1997 W, 10 78:28 Ashley Cuba, at Ohio State Aug. 30, 2009 W, 21 LATEST GOAL TO WINOPPONENTS (REGULATION) Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 89:50 Katie Barnes, at West Virginia Oct. 10, 2001 L, 10 89:40 Anna Cunningham, SBU Sept. 14, 2008 L, 21 89:37 Meghan Moore, Boston College Oct. 2, 1998L1,0 89:02 Diana Ginley, Toledo Sept. 4, 2005 L, 21 86:03 Dana Blom, Rutgers Sept. 22, 2002 L, 10 84:28 Julie Morrissey, at Cincinnati Oct. 3, 2010 L, 21 84:07 Megan Farrell, Bucknell Sept. 2, 2001 L, 10 83:11 Nikki Keller, at Colorado Sept. 18, 2005 L, 10 83:08 Mangal Gisselle, at Louisville Oct. 30, 2008 L, 10 82:22 Nicole Hoffman, Penn State Oct. 19, 1997 L, 21 82:15 Erin McKane, at Duquesne Aug. 30, 1997 L, 10 81:49 Caysie Gusman, at Rutgers Oct. 3, 2008 L, 10 81:18 Christina Ordonez, at Michigan Aug. 19, 2012L1,0 PITTLATEST GOAL TO TIE (REGULATION) Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 77:10 Katie Surma, at Syracuse Oct. 1, 2004T, 11 (2OT)

63:29 Corina Sebesta, South Florida Oct. 7, 2005T, 22 (2OT) 60:59 Jennifer DeLaHoz, at St. John’s Sept. 19, 2003T, 11 (2OT) LATEST GOAL TO TIEOPPONENTS (REGULATION) Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 89:50 Cara Cutaia, Eastern Michigan Aug. 19, 2011T, 22 (2OT) 89:40 Anna Cunningham, SBU Sept. 14, 2008 L, 21 88:50 Jessacca Gironda, Kent State Sept. 12, 2010T, 11 (2OT) 88:38 Jenna Rickan, at Syracuse Oct. 10, 2010T, 11 (2OT) 80:20 Susan Byrne, St. John’s Sept. 22, 2006T, 11 (2OT) LATEST GOAL SCORED IN REGULATIONPITT Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 89:52 Jenna Greenfield, Kent State Sept. 16, 2007 W, 21 89:47 Erin Hills, at Duquesne Sept. 28, 2003 W, 30 89:25 Ashley Cuba, Buffalo Aug. 20, 2010 W, 41 89:16 Ashley Habbel, Providence Oct. 20, 2006 W, 32 88:33 Carli Brill, vs. Jacksonville Sept. 1, 2003 W, 51 88:00 Sarah Freeburn, Old Dominion Oct. 17, 1999W 3,0 87:38 Corina Sebesta, Eastern Michigan Aug. 27, 2004L2,1 87:24 Kat Weiler, at Toledo Oct. 21, 2008 L, 21 87:17 Jennifer Kritch, Marquette Oct. 26, 2007 L, 21 87:08 Kim Sturk, Lehigh Sept. 8, 2002 W, 30 LATEST GOAL SCORED IN REGULATIONOPPONENTS Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 89:59 Melanie McGovern, at ODU Oct. 25, 1998 L, 30 89:50 Katie Barnes, at West Virginia Oct. 10, 2001 L, 10 89:50 Cara Cutaia, Eastern Michigan Aug. 19, 2011T, 22 (2OT) 89:48 Deven Beachum, at UNCG Sept. 10, 2004 L, 20 89:38 Jill Camburn, Providence Oct. 20, 2006 W, 32 89:18 Courtney Roarty, Rutgers Oct. 2, 2005 L, 62 88:52 Shari Pickett, at Penn State Sept. 13, 1996 L, 80 88:50 Jessacca Gironda, Kent State Sept. 12, 2010T, 11 (2OT) 88:48 Taylor Patterson, at South Florida Sept. 23, 2010L2,0 88:38 Jenna Rickan, at Syracuse Oct. 10, 2010T, 11 (2OT) 88:30 Danielle Dellcorna, at Fairfield Oct. 21, 2001L3,0 88:11 Jen Luccone, at Connecticut Oct. 18, 1998 L, 60 88:08 Katie Barnes, West Virginia Oct. 4, 2000 L, 20 EARLIEST GAME WINNING GOALPITT Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 1:42 Brigid Handforth, Rutgers Sept. 20, 1998 W, 32 1:45 Christina Nicassio, Providence Oct. 22, 2010 W, 20 2:35 Ashley Habbel, vs. Iowa State Aug. 31, 2008 W, 41 3:11 Brigid Handforth, Providence Oct. 4, 1998 W, 32 3:39 Emily Tipton, vs. Jacksonville Sept. 1, 2003 W, 51 3:45 Hayley Neal, Villanova Oct. 17, 2010 W, 30 5:17 Ashley Cuba, Buffalo Aug. 20, 2010 W, 41 5:36 Cande Ruiz, Robert Morris Oct. 26, 2001 W, 51 5:41 Netta Agredano, St. Francis, Pa. Oct. 16, 2001 W, 40 5:49 Ashley Habbel, Youngstown State Aug. 31, 2007W 2,0 7:32 Kristina Francois, at BGSU Aug. 29, 2004 W, 20 7:45 Ashley Cuba, St. John’s Oct. 9, 2011 W, 61 8:19 Netta Agredano, UMBC Sept. 6, 2003 W, 31 8:22 Megan Watson, at DePaul Sept. 29, 2006 W, 10 EARLIEST GAMEWINNING GOALOPPONENT Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date Result 0:15 Carol Finch, at Texas Sept. 1, 1996 L, 120 0:24 Ingrid Wells, at Georgetown Oct. 2, 2011 L, 60 0:34 Shannon Nagle, Rutgers Sept. 29, 2000 L, 32 1:05 Amy Knobel, at Syracuse Nov. 1, 1996 L, 60 1:17 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown Sept. 30, 2012L8,0 1:59 Mary Guarino, at Boston CollegeOct. 8, 1997 L, 20 2:03 Heidi Drummond, at Penn State Sept. 1, 2002L7,2 2:59 Kirsi Cronk, at Richmond Oct. 25, 1996 L, 30 3:30 Candace Chapman, Notre Dame Sept. 28, 2001L4,0 3:35 Gina Lewandowski, at Lehigh Sept. 12, 2003 L, 20 4:02 Brittany Hensler, at Toledo Oct. 21, 2008 L, 21 4:12 Shannon McMorrow, at Prov. Oct. 11, 2002 L, 20 4:27 Megan Mills, Penn State Oct. 31, 1999 L, 71


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OpponentTeam Game Records MOST POINTS 1. 32 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 2. 30 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 3. 28 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 4. 23 Georgetown, Sept. 30, 2012 5. 22 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 22 at Arizona State, Sept. 10, 2000 7. 21 at Villanova, Sept. 26, 1997 8. 20 at Penn State, Sept. 13, 1996 20 Penn State, Oct. 31, 1999 20 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2002 11. 19 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2000 19 at James Madison, Aug. 26, 2011 19 Penn State, Oct. 28, 2001 14. 18 at Georgetown, Oct. 2, 2011 15. 17 at Syracuse, Nov. 1, 1996 17 at Akron, Aug. 22, 2008 17 Marquette, Sept. 13, 2012 17 Notre Dame, Oct. 10, 1999 16. 16 at VCU, Oct. 26, 1996 16 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 1998 16 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998 16 at Georgetown, Sept. 27, 2002 20. 15 at Buffalo, Sept. 27, 1996 15 Notre Dame, Sept. 12, 1997 15 West Virginia, Oct. 6, 2004 15 at Notre Dame, Oct. 1, 2006 24. 14 Connecticut, Oct. 24, 1997 14 Seton Hall, Oct. 26, 1997 14 at West Virginia, Sept. 29, 1999 14 at Villanova, Oct. 5, 2001 14 at Notre Dame, Oct. 4, 2002 14 Rutgers, Oct. 2, 2005 14 at DePaul, Sept. 23, 2012 LEAST POINTS 1. 0 65 times MOST GOALS 1. 12 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 12 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 3. 9 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 9 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 5. 8 at Penn State, Sept. 13, 1996 8 Georgetown, Sept. 30, 2012 7. 7 Penn State, Oct. 31, 1999 7 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2002 7 at Arizona State, Sept. 10, 2000 10. 6 at Buffalo, Sept. 27, 1996 6 at VCU, Oct. 26, 1996 6 at Syracuse, Nov. 1, 1996 6 at Villanova, Sept. 26, 1997 6 Seton Hall, Oct. 26, 1997 6 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998 6 at James Madison, Aug. 26, 2011 6 at Georgetown, Oct. 2, 2011 6 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2000 6 Penn State, Oct. 28, 2001 6 at Georgetown, Sept. 27, 2002 6 West Virginia, Oct. 6, 2004 6 Rutgers, Oct. 2, 2005 6 at Akron, Aug. 22, 2008 LEAST GOALS 1. 0 65 times MOST ASSISTS 1. 10 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 2. 9 at Villanova, Sept. 26, 1997 3. 8 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 8 at Arizona State, Sept. 10, 2000 5. 7 at James Madison, Aug. 26, 2011 7 Notre Dame, Oct. 10, 1999 7 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2000 7 Penn State, Oct. 28, 2001 7 Georgetown, Sept. 30, 2012 7 Marquette, Sept. 13, 2012 11. 6 at Georgetown, Oct. 2, 2011 6 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 6 at Penn State, Sept.1, 1998 6 Penn State, Oct. 31, 1999 6 at DePaul, Sept. 23, 2012

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LEAST ASSISTS 1. 0 99 times MOST SHOTS 1. 40 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 2. 38 Notre Dame, Sept. 12, 1997 3. 34 Marquette, Sept. 13, 2012 34 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 34 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 6. 33 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998 33 Notre Dame, Oct. 10, 1999 8. 32 at Notre Dame, Oct. 4, 2002 9. 31 West Virginia, Sept. 18, 2002 31 at Notre Dame, Oct. 1, 2006 10. 30 at Hartford, Sept. 18, 1999 30 at West Virginia, Oct. 10, 2001 30 Penn State, Oct. 28, 2001 30 at Villanova, Oct. 19, 2007 14. 29 at James Madison, Aug. 26, 2011 29 Richmond, Aug. 27, 2000 29 at Georgetown, Oct. 14, 2005 16. 28 Penn State, Sept. 4, 2011 28 at Rutgers, Sept. 28, 1997 18. 27 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2000 27 at West Virginia, Sept. 15, 2006 20. 26 at Marquette, Sept. 27, 2009 26 Connecticut, Oct. 24, 1997 26 at Penn State, Sept. 13, 1996 26 at Georgetown, Sept. 27, 2002 26 at Providence, Oct. 11, 2002 26 at West Virginia, Oct. 23, 2003 26 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2004 LEAST SHOTS 1. 2 Sacred Heart, Oct. 13, 2000 2. 3 Robert Morris, Nov.6, 1996 3 Robert Morris, Oct. 15, 2003 3 Oakland, Aug. 29, 2010 3 Kent State, Sept. 17, 2006 3 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 3 at Xavier, Sept. 6, 2009 8. 4 Akron, Sept. 10, 2010 4 at Robert Morris, Sept. 17, 2000 4 Saint Francis, PA, Oct. 19, 2004 4 Western Michigan, Sept. 3, 2006 4 Georgetown, Oct. 13, 2006 4 Providence, Oct. 20, 2006 4 Syracuse, Oct. 11, 2009 4 Youngstown State, Aug. 31, 2007 15. 5 Georgetown, Oct. 19, 2008 5 at Marshall, Aug. 28, 2005 5 vs. Cent. Arkansas, Aug. 25, 2006 5 Buffalo, Aug. 20, 2010 5 at St. Bonaventure, Aug. 24, 2012 20. 6 at Niagara, Sept. 7, 1997 6 Lehigh, Sept. 8, 2002 6 at Rutgers, Oct. 17, 2004 6 at Eastern Michigan, Aug. 17, 2012 6 Providence, Oct. 12, 2008 6 Louisville, Oct. 7, 2007 6 at Providence, Oct. 14, 2007 6 Robert Morris, Aug. 22, 2012 MOST SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 24 at Penn State, Sept. 13, 1996 24 Penn State, Oct. 28, 2001 3. 22 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 4. 21 Notre Dame, Sept. 12, 1997 21 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 6. 20 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 7. 19 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 19 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998

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LEAST SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 0 Robert Morris, Nov. 6, 1996 2. 1 Georgetown, Oct. 3, 1999 1 Sacred Heart, Oct. 13, 2000 1 at Bowling Green, Aug. 29, 2004 1 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 1 Robert Morris, Aug. 22, 2012 6. 2 Oakland, Aug. 29, 2010 2 Akron, Sept. 10, 2010 2 Georgetown, Oct. 15, 2010 2 Georgetown, Oct. 19, 2008 2 at Liberty, Sept. 7, 2012 2 at St. Bonaventure, Aug. 24, 2012 2 at South Florida, Oct. 24, 2008 2 at Louisville, Oct. 30, 2008 2 at Xavier, Sept. 6, 2009 2 Robert Morris, Oct. 15, 2003 2 Western Michigan, Sept. 3, 2006 2 Kent State, Sept. 17, 2006 MOST SAVES 1. 16 at Robert Morris, Oct. 22, 1998 2. 14 Robert Morris, Oct. 28, 2001 3. 13 at Fairfield, Oct. 21, 2001 13 at St. Francis, PA, Aug. 30, 2002 5. 12 Canisius, Sept. 21, 1996 12 Wyoming, Sept. 17, 2000 12 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 8. 11 at Eastern Michigan, Aug. 17, 2012 11 at Bucknell, Sept. 3, 2000 11 at Robert Morris, Sept. 17, 2000 11 at South Florida, Oct. 7, 2005 12. 10 Eastern Michigan, Aug. 19, 2011 10 St. John’s, Sept. 14, 1997 10 Georgetown, Oct. 31, 1997 10 Robert Morris, Nov. 6, 1996 10 at Wagner, Sept. 11, 1998 10 Providence, Oct. 15, 2000 10 Duquesne, Oct. 22, 2000 10 Bucknell, Sept. 2, 2001 10 at Robert Morris, Oct. 16, 2002 10 at St. John’s, Sept. 23, 2005 10 at Providence, Oct. 21, 2005 10 at South Florida, Oct. 8, 2006 10 DePaul, Oct. 2, 2009 10 at Cincinnati, Oct. 3, 2010 LEAST SAVES 1. 0 Connecticut, Oct. 24, 1997 0 at Texas, Sept. 1, 1996 0 at Connecticut, Oct. 18, 1998 0 Connecticut, Oct. 24, 1999 0 at Notre Dame, Sept. 24, 2000 0 Connecticut, Oct. 11, 2012 0 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2002 0 West Virginia, Oct. 6, 2004 0 Villanova, Oct. 24, 2004 0 at Connecticut, Oct. 12, 2007 0 at Georgetown, Oct. 21, 2007 0 West Virginia, Sept. 18, 2009 0 Marquette, Sept. 26, 2010 0 at Central Michigan, Sept. 9, 2011

MOST CORNER KICKS 1. 15 at Syracuse, Nov. 4, 1998 15 Notre Dame, Sept. 12, 1997 3. 14 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 1998 14 at Syracuse, Oct. 1, 2004 14 at UCIrvine, Sept. 19, 1997 6. 12 Notre Dame, Oct. 10, 1999 12 at St. John’s, Sept. 19, 1999 12 at Notre Dame, Sept. 21, 2012 12 at Arizona State, Sept. 10, 2000 12 Marquette, Sept. 13, 2012 12 Colorado College, Sept. 2, 2011 12 at Georgetown, Oct. 16, 2009 13. 11 Providence, Oct. 15, 2000 11 Villanova, Oct. 1, 2000 15. 10 Dayton, Aug. 29, 2008 10 at Marquette, Oct. 6, 2006 10 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 18. 9 at Cornell, Nov. 3, 1996 9 Wagner, Sept. 23, 1996 9 at Penn State, Sept. 1, 2002 9 at Bowling Green, Aug. 29, 2004 9 at Villanova, Oct. 19, 2007 9 at Marquette, Sept. 27, 2009 9 at DePaul, Sept. 29, 2006 9 at Ohio State, Aug. 30, 2009 9 at Louisville, Oct. 1, 2010 9 at West Virginia, Sept. 28, 2010 LEAST CORNER KICKS 1. 0 Robert Morris, Oct. 15, 2003 0 Georgetown, Oct. 27, 2004 0 Akron, Sept. 10, 2010 0 Buffalo, Aug. 21, 2009 0 at Xavier, Sept. 6, 2009 0 Binghamton, Sept. 1, 2006 0 Western Michigan, Sept. 3, 2006 0 Kennesaw State, Sept. 17, 2006 0 at Robert Morris, Sept. 17, 2000 0 Virginia Tech, Sept. 29, 2002 0 St. Francis, Pa., Oct. 8, 1996 MOST FOULS 1. 27 Duquesne, Sept. 3, 2004 2. 25 Rutgers, Oct. 12, 2003 25 at Kent State, Sept. 16, 2007 4. 23 at Navy, Sept. 7, 1996 5. 22 at Providence, Oct. 21, 2005 22 at St. John’s, Sept. 19, 2003 7. 21 at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2000 8. 20 at Syracuse, Nov. 1, 1996 20 Connecticut, Oct. 22, 2006 20 at DePaul, Sept. 29, 2006 11. 19 Georgetown, Oct. 31, 1997 19 St. John’s, Sept. 14, 1997 19 Notre Dame, Sept. 28, 2001 19 at Notre Dame, Oct. 4, 2002 19 at UMBC, Oct. 10, 2004 19 Boston College, Sept. 26, 2004 19 Syracuse, Sept. 25, 2006 18. 18 Villanova, Sept. 18, 1998 18 vs. Iowa State, Aug. 31, 2008 20. 16 West Virginia, Sept. 18, 2009 16 Kent State, Sept. 12, 2010 16 at Villanova, Oct. 5, 2001 LEAST FOULS 1. 0 at Seton Hall, Oct. 16, 1998 0 at Baylor, Aug. 30, 1996 3. 1 at Xavier, Sept. 6, 2009 4. 2 Duquesne, Sept. 6, 2002 2 Robert Morris, Aug. 22, 2012 2 Navy, Sept. 5, 1999 2 at Buffalo, Sept. 27, 1996 2 at Hartford, Sept. 18, 1999 2 at Syracuse, Oct. 20, 2000 2 St. Bonaventure, Sept. 20, 2009 11. 3 at Michigan, Aug. 19, 2012 3 vs. Penn State, Sept. 2, 2102 3 at Syracuse, Oct. 4, 2012 3 Connecticut, Oct. 24, 2010 3 West Virginia, Oct. 4, 2000

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OpponentIndividualGameRecords POINTS 12 Christina Kenney, at VCU (6G, 0A) Oct. 26, 1996 12 Molly Cameron, at Baylor (5G, 2A) Aug. 30, 1996 11 Daphne Carboz, Georgetown (5G, 1A)Sept. 30, 2012 10 Kelly Smith, Seton Hall (4G, 2A) Oct. 26, 1997 9 Carol Finch, at Texas (4G, 1A) Sept. 1, 1996 8 Kelly Smith, at Seton Hall (4G, 0A) Oct. 16, 1998 8 Kaitlin Brenn, Georgetown (2G, 4A) Sept. 30, 2012 8 Melissa Lash, St. Francis, Pa. (4G, 0A) Oct. 8, 1996 7 Patrice Feulner, at Arizona State (3G, 1A)Sept. 10, 2000 7 Anne Makinen, at Notre Dame (2G, 3A)Sept. 6, 1998 7 Jamie Mingoia, at Syracuse (3G, 1A) Nov. 1, 1996 6 Christie Welsh, Penn State (3G, 0A) Oct. 28, 2001 6 Britni Back, at Akron (2G, 2A) Aug. 22, 2008 6 Joanna Lohman, at Penn State (2G, 2A) Sept. 1, 2002 6 Elizabeth Eng, at Connecticut (2G, 2A)Oct. 12, 2007 5 Katie Baruth, at Texas (1G, 3A) Sept. 1, 1996 5 Michelle Nance, at Navy (2G, 1A) Sept. 7, 1996 5 Lisa Kaczmarski, St. John’s (2G, 1A) Sept. 14, 1997 5 Shannon Nagel, at Rutgers (2G, 1A) Sept. 28, 1997 5 C. Landan, Connecticut (2G, 1A) Oct. 24, 1997 5 Shannon Boxx, at Notre Dame (2G, 1A) Sept. 6, 1998 5 Margaret Tietjen, at Connecticut (2G, 1A)Oct. 18, 1998 5 Jen Henley, at Old Dominion (2G, 1A)Oct. 25, 1998 5 Nikki Hales, at Baylor (2G, 1A) Sept. 12, 1999 5 Katie Barnes, at West Virginia (2G, 1A)Sept. 29, 1999 5 Jenny Streiffer, Notre Dame (2G, 1A) Oct. 10, 1999 5 Jenny Heft, Notre Dame (2G, 1A) Oct. 10, 1999 5 Kristie Simon, at Bucknell (2G, 1A) Sept. 3, 2000 5 Christie Welsh, at Penn State (1G, 3A) Sept. 1, 2002 5 Jenny Maurer, Boston College (2G, 1A)Sept. 26, 2004 5 Ashley Banks, at West Virginia (2G, 1A) Sept. 15, 2006 5 Brittany Tegeler, Connecticut (2G, 1A)Oct. 22, 2006 5 Kay Harbrueger, at Georgia State (2G, 1A)Sept. 7, 2007 5 Ashley Banks, West Virginia (2G, 1A) Sept. 21, 2007 GOALS 6 Christina Kenney, at VCU 5 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown 5 Molly Cameron, at Baylor 4 Kelly Smith, at Seton Hall 4 Kelly Smith, Seton Hall 4 Melissa Lash, St. Francis, Pa. 4 Alison Finch, at Texas 3 Abby Ryan, vs. Indiana 3 Jamie Mingoia, at Syracuse 3 Patrice Feulner, at Arizona State 3 Christie Welsh, Penn State 3 Elizabeth Eng, at Connecticut

Oct. 26, 1996 Sept. 30, 2012 Aug. 30, 1996 Oct. 16, 1998 Oct. 26, 1997 Oct. 8, 1996 Sept. 1, 1996 Sept. 8, 1996 Nov. 1, 1996 Sept. 10, 2000 Oct. 28, 2001 Oct. 12, 2007

ASSISTS 4 Kaitlin Brenn vs. Georgetown 3 Joanna Lohmann, Penn State 3 Jen Grubb, at Notre Dame 3 Anne Makinen, at Notre Dame 3 Christie Welsh, at Penn State 3 Jacqueline Weisen, at VCU 3 Katie Baruth, at Texas 2 Molly Cameron, at Baylor 2 Britt Talley, at Baylor 2 Anne Johnson, vs. Indiana 2 Rachel Hoffman, at Penn State 2 Kelly Dugan, St. Francis, Pa. 2 Tyla Brennan, at Syracuse 2 Roosa Arvas, Duquesne 2 Shannon Boxx, Notre Dame 2 Jaime Clark, St. John’s 2 Lauren Sellers, at Villanova 2 Molly Bushman, at Villanova 2 Stephanie Shields, at Villanova 2 Kelly Smith, Seton Hall 2 Kristy Bergen, at St. John’s 2 Christie Welsh, at Penn State 2 Emily Schwimmer, at Arizona State

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Jenica Bridges, Rutgers Nicole DePalma, at Georgetown Sarah Rahko, at Boston College Hedda Gardsjord, VCU Janessa Jeltema, at Villanova Ashley Weimer, West Virginia Jamie Weist, Villanova Sara Jordan, Georgetown Suzi Siwinski, Toledo Kristin Edmonds, Rutgers Lauren Weber, Marquette Kerri Hanks, at Notre Dame Caitlin King, at Auburn Raelynne Lee, at St. John’s Melissa Bigg, Cincinnati Kasey Richards, at Connecticut Ingrid Wells, at Georgetown

Sept. 29, 2000 Sept. 27, 2002 Oct. 13, 2002 Oct. 20, 2002 Oct. 25, 2003 Oct. 6, 2004 Oct. 24, 2004 Oct. 27, 2004 Sept. 4, 2005 Oct. 2, 2005 Oct. 9, 2005 Oct. 1, 2006 Sept. 9, 2007 Sept. 30, 2007 Oct. 5, 2007 Oct. 12, 2007 Oct. 21, 2007

SHOTS 14 Amanda Guertin, at Notre Dame Oct. 4, 2002 13 Christina Kenney, at VCU Oct. 26, 1996 12 Monica Gerardo, Notre Dame Sept. 12, 1997 11 Jamie Mingoia, at Syracuse Nov. 1, 1996 11 Chrissy Skogen, at Georgetown Oct. 14, 2005 10 Carol Finch, at Texas Sept. 1, 1996 9 Chrissie Abbott, West Virginia Sept. 18, 2002 9 Jen Leaverton, St. Johns Oct. 8, 2010 8 Kelly Smith, Seton Hall Oct. 26, 1997 8 Molly Cameron, at Baylor Aug. 30, 1996 8 Courtney Saunders, at Baylor Aug. 30, 1996 8 Jamie Craft, at Louisville Oct. 26, 2006 8 Lisa Kaczmarski, at St. John’s Sept. 13, 1998 8 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown Sept. 30, 2012 8 Katie Barnes, at West Virginia Oct. 10, 2001 8 Christie Welsh, Penn State Oct. 28, 2001 8 Kerry O’Malley, at Providence Oct. 11, 2002 7 Tia Hernandez, at St. Francis, Pa. Aug. 30, 2002 7 Jen Carlson, Connecticut Oct. 24, 1997 7 Rachel Sloan, Marquette Sept. 27, 2009 7 Melissa Lash, St. Francis, Pa. Oct. 8, 1996 7 Chelsea Klotz, South Florida Sept. 23, 2010 7 Kara Blosser, North Carolina State Sep. 03, 2010 7 Christina Ordonez at Michigan Aug. 19, 2012 7 Sharla Passariello, at South Florida Sept. 16, 2012 7 Demi Stokes, at South Florida Sept. 18, 2011 7 Courtney Sanders, at Baylor Sept. 12, 1999 7 Stacey Tullock, at Arizona State Sept. 10, 2000 7 Katie Barnes, West Virginia Oct. 4, 2000 7 Sarah Popper, at Connecticut Oct. 19, 2001 7 Joanna Lohman, at Penn State Sept. 1, 2002 7 Laura Johnson, Villanova Sept. 20, 2002 7 Katie Herr, at Seton Hall Oct. 6, 2002 7 Katherine Holloran, at Boston College Oct. 13, 2002 7 Carli Lloyd, Rutgers Oct. 12, 2003 7 Mary Boland, Notre Dame Oct. 19, 2003 7 Laura Kane, at West Virginia Oct. 23, 2003 7 Kerri Hanks, at Notre Dame Oct. 1, 2006 SAVES 16 Sara Bianchi, at Robert Morris 14 Shana Berardi, Robert Morris 13 Dan Comuniello, at Fairfield 13 Allison Tidball, at St. Francis, Pa. 12 Amanda Vandervort, Wyoming 12 Amy Coron, Buffalo 12 Jennifer Silata, Canisius 11 Shana Berardi, at Robert Morris 11 Laurie Purse, at Bucknell 11 Jenna O’Dell, Eastern Michigan 11 Casey Garrett, South Florida 10 Casey Garrett, at South Florida 10 Laura Elfers, at Providence 10 Natalie Glugno, Georgetown 10 Claire Hanold, DePaul

Oct. 22, 1998 Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 21, 2001 Aug. 30, 2002 Sept. 17, 2000 Aug. 21, 2009 Sept. 21, 1996 Sept. 17, 2000 Sept. 3, 2000 Aug. 17, 2012 Oct. 7, 2005 Oct. 8, 2006 Oct. 21, 2005 Oct. 31, 1997 Oct. 2, 2009

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Sherry Reill, St. John’s Rachel Rye, Eastern Michigan Ashley Daniels, Cincinnati Jennifer McGinity, at Wagner Caroline Haines, Providence Kristin Scarphorn, Duquesne Laurie Purse, Bucknell Jess MacLean, at Ohio Jessica Laning, Western Michigan Michelle Meglaughlin, Ohio Chrissy Dolan, Villanova Christine Caldwell, at Rutgers Elizabeth Quiney, Central Michigan Shayna Ross, at Providence Jill Schott, at Penn State Nicole Sinclair, vs. Drexel Bridget Frank, at Youngstown State Ellen Conway vs. St. Johns Nicole McClue, South Florida Sara Keane vs. West Virginia Janel Schillig, at Villanova Jeny Wolbert vs. Akron Kristen Dularski, vs. Oregon State Rebecca Capinera, at St. John’s Laura Elfers, Providence Kris Nelson, at Kent State Andrea Kaminski, Cincinnati

Sept. 14, 1997 Aug. 19, 2011 Oct. 3, 2010 Sept. 11, 1998 Oct. 15, 2000 Oct. 22, 2000 Sept. 2, 2001 Sept. 10, 2006 Sept. 3, 2006 Oct. 25, 2002 Sept. 20, 2002 Oct. 7, 2001 Aug. 31, 2001 Oct. 12, 1997 Oct. 23, 2009 Sept. 11, 2009 Sept. 15, 1996 Oct. 7, 2012 Sept. 18, 2011 Oct. 21, 2011 Sept. 26, 1999 Sept. 10, 2010 Sept. 22, 1997 Sept. 23, 2005 Oct. 20, 2006 Sept. 16, 2007 Oct. 5, 2007

Netta Agredano (2000-03) is fourth on Pitt’s all-time career goals (17) and points (40) list. In addition, she ranks second on Pitt’s season goals record list with nine in 2001.


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Ambrose-Urbanic Field Records PittIndividualHighs Points

Goals

Assists Shots

Shots on goal

Saves

6 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 9 7 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 2 13 12 12 9 7

OpponentIndividualHighs

Ashley Cuba, St. John’s, 10/9/11 Alex Charlebois, Connecticut, 10/11/12 Roosa Arvas, Duquesne, 8/26/12 Dana DelleFemine, St. John’s, 10/9/11 Ashley Cuba, St. John’s, 10/9/11 Dana DelleFemine, St. John’s, 10/9/11 Ashley Cuba, Colorado College, 9/2/11 Alex Charlebois, Connecticut, 10/11/12 Many times Roosa Arvas, Duquesne, 8/26/12 Many times Ashley Cuba, St. John’s, 10/9/11 Ali Matisse, South Florida, 9/18/11 Ashley Cuba, Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Roosa Arvas, Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Many times Ashley Cuba, St. John’s, 10/9/11 Ali Matisse, South Florida, 9/18/11 Lyndsay Pierson, Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11 Dana DelleFemine, Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Many times Kristina Rioux, Penn State, 9/4/11 Kristina Rioux, West Virginia, 10/21/11 Kristina Rioux, South Florida, 9/18/11 Nicole D’Agostino, Connecticut, 10/11/12 Nicole D’Agostino, Marquette, 9/13/12

Points

Goals Assists Shots

Shots on goal

Saves

PittTeamHighs&Lows Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low

15 0 6 0 3 0 26 2 12 1 13 0 11 1 15 3

Opponent West Virginia (18) Penn State Duquesne Colorado College South Florida Villanova

St. John’s, 10/9/11 six times, last Georgetown, 9/30/12 St. John’s, 10/9/11 six times, last Georgetown, 9/30/12 two times last, Duquesne, 8/26/12 six times, last Georgetown, 9/30/12 South Florida, 9/18/11 Georgetown, 9/30/12 Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11 two times, last Georgetown, 9/30/12 Penn State, 9/4/11 Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Duquesne, 8/26/12 Georgetown, 9/30/12 Villanova, 9/28/12 Syracuse, 10/7/11

Date Oct. 21, 2011 Sept. 9, 2011 Aug. 26, 2012 Sept. 9, 2011 Sept. 18, 2011 Sept. 28, 2012

Daphne Corboz, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Kaitlin Brenn, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Maya Hayes, Penn State, 9/4/11 Maya Hayes (Penn State vs. N.C. State), 9/2/11 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Maya Hayes, Penn State, 9/4/11 Several times Kaitlin Brenn, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Christine Nairn (Penn State vs. N.C. State), 9/2/11 Mady Vicker, Marquette, 9/13/12 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Demi Stokes, South Florida, 9/18/11 Kelly Maegan, Marquette, 9/13/12 Taylor Madigan, Marquette, 9/13/12 Kate Schwindel, West Virginia, 10/21/11 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Demi Stokes, South Florida, 9/18/11 Kate Schwindel, West Virginia, 10/21/11 Blake Miller, West Virginia, 10/21/11 Kaitlin Brenn, Georgetown, 9/30/12 Rachel Rye, Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11 Sara Keane, West Virginia, 10/21/11 Nicole McClure, South Florida, 9/18/11 Chelsea De Jager, Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Kelsey Quinn, Villanova, 9/28/12 Erin McNulty (Penn State vs. N.C. State), 9/2/11

OpponentTeamHighs&Lows

Top-6MostAttendedGames Att. 644 493 472 459 374 365

11 8 6 5 5 3 2 4 2 2 8 7 7 6 6 8 6 4 4 4 10 8 8 7 6 6

Points Goals Assists Shots Shots on goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low

23 0 8 0 7 0 34 6 16 1 10 0 12 1 11 2

Georgetown, 9/30/12 two times, last Providence, 10/14/12 Georgetown, 9/30/12 two times, last Providence, 10/14/12 two times, last Georgetown, 9/30/12 six times, last Providence, 10/14/12 Marquette, 9/13/12 Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Penn State, 9/4/11 Robert Morris, 8/22/12 Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11 Connecticut, 10/11/12 two times, last Marquette, 9/13/12 two times, last Duquesne, 8/26/12 three times, last Connecticut, 10/11/12 Robert Morris, 8/22/12

MiscellaneousRecords Score L, 01 L, 03 W, 31 T, 22 T, 22 L, 12

Total Seasons of Operation: 2 (first year in 2011). Total Games Played: 16. Overall Record (2 seasons): 574. Overtime Games: 4. Two Overtime Games: 4. First match: vs. Eastern Michigan, August 19, 2011. First goal: Angela Vultaggio from Cara Cutaia, Eastern Michigan, 69:29, Aug. 19, 2011. First assist: Cara Cutaia, Eastern Michigan, 69:29, Aug. 19, 2011. First shot: Chelsea Detrick, Eastern Michigan, 3:34, Aug. 19, 2011. First save: Rachel Rye, Eastern Michigan, 9:03, Aug. 19, 2011. First corner kick: Katelyn Lippert, Pitt, 2:08, vs. Eastern Michigan, Aug. 19, 2011. First Pitt goal: Katelyn Ruhe from Morgan Sharick, vs. Eastern Michigan, 73:01, Aug. 19, 2011. First Pitt assist: Morgan Sharick, vs. Eastern Michigan, 73:01, Aug. 19, 2011. First Pitt win: St. John’s, 61, Oct. 9, 2011. Consecutive wins: 3, Aug. 22Sept. 13, 2012. Largest Crowd: 644, vs. West Virginia, Oct. 21, 2011.

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All-TimeLetterwinners Player

Years Years Pos.

Agredano, Netta 200003 Ames, Klarissa 200810 Armstrong, Callie 2002 Arvas, Roosa 2012 Bakanowsky, Kate 2006 Baldys, Abby 200912 Bashor, Nicole 199799 *Beasley, Megan 199699 Beddo, Melinda 199902 Beiter, Jennifer 199798 Benner, Danielle 200912 Berbert, Laura 200710 Bertges, Rachel 199698 Betancourt, Cassie 2012 Boehm, Laura 2001 BohunChudyniv, Anya 1998 Boivin, Iris 2007 Born, Alexa 2002 Bradley, Patricia 1998 Brill, Carli 200306 Brown, Janna 2012 Brown, Megan 1997 Brown, Rachel 200001 Brown, Rebecca 1996 Burgan, Jessica 2000 Butzlaff, Hannah 2012 Calpin, Meghan 1999 Carberry, Michelle 1998 Carroll, Liz 200710 Caslin, Katie 200609 Caslin, Maura 200609 Chaney, Aldorian 199801 Charlebois, Alex 2012 Clinton, A’idah 200608 Cody, Shannon 200809 Coler, Martha 1996 Conta, Kristen 1996 Cuba, Ashley 200912 Cunard, Kari 201112 D’Agostino, Nicole 201012 Davis, Stephanie 200407 DeLaHoz, Jennifer 2002-05 DelleFemine, Dana 201012 Dovichow, Kristy 1996 Enmark, Kendall 2002-05 Engel, Lauren 2005 *Ferguson, Heather 199699 Finch, Alison 200609 Fix, Jacqueline 199902 Fox, Danielle 199900 Francois, Kristina 200306 Fraser, Rebecca 200709 Freeburn, Sarah 199900 Fultz, Kristy 2005 Gablehouse, Kim 1996 Gardner, Janean 200407 Gellatly, Kirstin 1999 Graor, Lane 2001 Graybill, Andrea 199801 Greenfield, Jenna 200607 Greenspoon, Leah 199903 Griganavicius, Molly 200609 Gritsch, Madison 201112 Gutting, Sara 2002-05 Habbel, Ashley 200609 Haley, Meta 200407 Handforth, Brigid 1998 Heald, Dorie 200809 Hills, Erin 2002-05 Hirahara, Tammy 1997 Horner, Olivia 2012 Howard, Carrie 1998 Hughes, Kathryn 199902 Huzvar, Jennifer 199799 Issac, Lailah 200205 Jaffe, Alexandra 200710

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

F F/MF D MF GK D/MF GK MF D D D MF MF GK MF F F D F D MF F GK D MF MF MF MF F/MF MF D F F D D D D F F GK D F F MF MF D D GK D D F D F MF D F F MF MF F MF D D/MF F F F F D MF D D F D GK GK MF

Hometown/High School Tucson, Ariz./Tucson Magnet Rio Rancho, N.M./Rio Rancho Ithaca, N.Y./Ithaca Kuopio, Finland/Kuopion Klassillinen Lukio Gibbsboro, N.J./Eastern South Williamsport, Pa./S. Williamsport Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin East Longmont, Colo./Longmont Herndon, Va./Oakton Exton, Pa./Bishop Shanahan Willow Grove, Pa./Upper Moreland Germantown, Md/Seneca Valley Erie, Pa./McDowell Syosset, N.Y./Syosset South Park, Pa./South Park Silver Spring, Md./John F. Kennedy Pittsburgh, Pa/Upper St. Clair York, Pa./York Suburban Philadelphia, Pa./Nazareth Academy Lancaster, Pa./Penn Manor West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin South Williamsport, Pa./S. Williamsport Burnley, England/St. Christopher’s Canton, Mich./Plymouth Canton Clifton, N.J./Clifton White Bear Lake, Minn./Concordia Acad. West Pittston, Pa./Wyoming Area Rye Beach, N.H./Phillips Exeter Academy Alexandria, Va./Bishop O’Connell Commack, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Commack, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Marietta, Ga./Lassiter London, Ont./Missouri/Mother Theresa Littleton, Colo./Heritage Novi, Mich./Novi Wadsworth, Ohio/Wadsworth Hershey, Pa./Hershey Poland, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Annapolis, Md./South River Claredon Hills, Ill./Hinsdale Central Olney, Md./Sandy Spring Amawalk, N.Y./Somers North Huntingdon, Pa./Norwin Erie, Pa./Villa Maria Sterling Heights, Mich./Henry Ford II Pittsburgh, Pa./UNH/Chartiers Valley Littleton, Colo./Columbine Pittsburgh, Pa./Bethel Park Center, Pa./Center Athens, Ga./Cedar Schoals Springfield, Va./Paul VI Baltimore, Md/Institute of Notre Dame Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin Westerville, Ohio/Westerville South Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay Broadview Hts., Ont./BrecksvilleBroadview Spring Grove, Pa./Spring Grove New Hope, Pa./New Hope Bala Cynwyd, Pa./Lower Merion Elmhurst, Ill./York Lodi, Calif./Lodi Erie, Pa./McDowell Phoenixville, Pa./Phoenixville Sewickley, Pa./Quaker Valley Dowingtown, Pa./Bishop Shanahan West Chester, Pa./West Chester Burke, Va./James W. Robinson Boise, Idaho/Centennial Upper Arlington, Ohio/Upper Arlington Finley, Ohio/Clements Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks West Carmel, Ind./Carmel Monroeville, Pa./Gateway Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair

James, Krystian Jochmann, Julianne *Johnson, Michele Kacsuta, Kaitlyn Kamm, Allison Kappler, Cara Keefer, Caroline Kephart, Morie Kerzner, Andrea Kirkland, Lucy Koram, Antoinette Kriley, Charity Kritch, Jennifer Krzeszewski, Lori *Kunkle, Kara Kunugi, Katheryn Lacey, Maura Lippert, Katelyn Lobb, Ashley Loveless, Geraldine *Madison, Venessa Marsh, Laura Mascari, Tracy Masci, Morgan Matisse, Ali Mays, Holly McClure, Charity McCullagh, Deirdre McFarling, Erin McGeehin, Molly McHugh, Riliegh Meier, Alyssa Moore, Caitlin *Mora, AideeMia Morris, Kelsi Myers, Erin Neal, Hayley Nicassio, Christina Parisse, Taylor Pelusi, Jamie Peters, Emily Pfaff, Brittany Pheley, Shannon Pierson, Lyndsay Pilbeam, Kristy Pilch, Rene Pilsner, Alison Poucel, Jackie Ravich, Ilene Regney, Sam Reuter, Jacqueline Rioux, Kristina Risch, Brianna Rivera, Amanda Romano, Maura Romasco, Aimee Ross, Gretchen Ruhe, Katelyn Ruiz, Cande Ryan, Jane Schroeck, Libby Schulte, Lisa Sciocchetti, Lauren Sebesta, Corina Senger, Cara Sharick, Morgan Shearson, Makenzie Shibata, Katrina Simpson, Courtney Smith, Eden Smith, Melissa Spampinato, Renee Spertzel, Cortney Stapleton, Emma Stiles, Nicole Stout, Sarah Strayer, Shannon Sturk, Kimberly Surdick, Rachel

2001 2002 199699 2008 2000 2000-02 201012 200710 1996 200405 200304 199799 200508 199799 199699 200711 200810 201012 199900 200102 199699 199902 1996 2010 2011 199798 199798 199799 2002-05 200809 2012 201012 2006 199699 200809 2005 200911 200710 201112 200205 200910 200810 1996 200911 200003 200607 2002 201112 199697 2007 200105 200812 200003 2001 2009 2002-05 200001 200811 199801 200506 199697 2002-05 199902 200306 200104 201012 2012 199801 1996 2012 199801 199798 2011 2006 201112 199698 200203 200002 1996

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

D D D MF D D D GK F MF D/MF MF MF MF D D/MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF F D MF D D F/MF F D F F/MF D/F D GK F F F MF MF GK F D/MF GK F D/MF GK D/MF D F MF GK MF F MF MF F MF MF F D GK MF F MF F F F GK D GK D MF MF

Las Vegas, Nevada/Cimmaron Memorial Moon Township, Pa./Moon High Bridge, N.J./Voorhees Pittsburgh, Pa./Carlow University Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park Moon Township, Pa./Moon State College, Pa./State College Cleveland, Ohio/Strongsville Bethesda, Md./Walt Whitman Ann Arbor, Mich./Ann Arbor Boise, Idaho/Meridian Northville, Mich./Northville Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep New Holland, Pa./Ephrata Madison, Wis./Memorial McMurray, Pa./Peters Township Etters, Pa./Red Lands Lancaster, Pa./Manheim Township Manassas, Va./Thomas Jefferson Bonita, Calif./Bonita Vista Stroudsburg, Pa./Stroudsburg Allison Park, Pa./North Allegheny Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel Mechanicsburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Sinking Spring, Pa./Wilson Asheville, N.C./Asheville Allentown, Pa./Bethlehem Catholic Atlanta, Ga./Paideia School Macungie, Pa./Emmaus Hershey, Pa./Georgia/Hershey Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville Landisville, Pa./Hempfield Chyla Vista, Calif./Hilltop Bowie, Md./Bowie Kensington, Md./Walter Johnson Owings, Md./Northern Pittsburgh, Pa./Plum Canonsburg, Pa./Canon McMillan Pittsburgh, Pa./Hampton State College, Pa./State College South Park, Pa./South Park Hayward, Ca./Hayward Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy Grand Rapids, Mich./Kentwood Peckville, Pa./Archbald Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt Lancaster Pa./Manheim Township Lawndale, Calif./North Monaca, Pa./Quigley Catholic Chalfont, Pa./Central Bucks West Montreal, Quebec/ShattuckSt. Mary’s Redmond, Wash./Redmond Oklahoma City, Okla./Westmore Pittsburgh, Pa./ North Allegheny Moon Township, Pa./Moon Glenshaw, Pa/Shaler Area Frederick, Md./Ijamsville Oxnard, Calif./Santa Clara Catonsville, Md./Mount de Sales Academy Erie, Pa./Harbor Creek Jefferson Hills, Pa./Thomas Jefferson Wallingford, Pa./Strath Haven Catasauqua, Pa./Catasauqua Pittsburgh, Pa./Oakland Catholic Lower Burrell, Pa./Burrell Belle Vernon, Pa./Greensburg Cent. Catholic Lakewood, Calif./Mayfair Allentown, Pa./Parkland Summit, N.J./St. John’s (Waterloo, Belgium) Lakewood, Colo./Bear Creek Rochester, N.Y./Irondequoit New Cumberland Pa./Mansfield Grove City, Pa./Grove City West Chester, Pa./Unionville Dayton, N.J./South Brunswick Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair Bethel Park, Pa./Bethel Park Pittsburgh, Pa./Seton LaSalle


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All-TimeLetterwinners Surma, Katie Swenda, Julia Swiderski, Megan Tipton, Emily Tobler, Keeley Toy, Jennifer Trusky, Taylor Valeski, Megan Vander Mallie, Keley Vecchio, Rachel Veverka, Kylie Vivian, Brittany Walters, Niki Watson, Megan Watt, Kimberly

200306 199798 2009 200003 199701 1996 2012 2007 2004 200407 200508 1997 2006 200607 1999

4 2 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 2 1

D/MF MF D F D F D D F MF/F D D GK MF D

Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown Troy, Mich./Troy Athens Fort Collins, Colo./Rocky Mountain Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County Grosse Ille, Mich./Grosse Ille Palmyra, Pa./Palmyra Wyoming, Del./Caesar Rodney Penfield, N.Y./Penfield Hudson, Ohio/Hudson North Huntingdon, Pa./Norwin Moon Township, Pa./Moon Baltimore, Md./Mercy Hockessin, Del./St. Mark’s Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead

Weiler, Kat Weimer, Lyn Weinkauf, Stacy Williams, Katie Wizzard, Kristen Wright, Erica Wrightson, Courtney Yobbi, Lauren Zastrow, Jill

200710 1996 1996 200001 200203 200506 200306 201112 2000

4 1 1 2 2 2 4 2 1

D D MF D D MF D MF MF

Fairfax Station, Va./Lake Braddock Pittsburgh, Pa./Bethel Park Carson City, Nevada/Galena Venetia, Pa./Peters Township Export, Pa/PennTrafford Bethesda, Md./Walt Whitman Landisville, Pa./Hempfield Pittsburgh, Pa./South Park Minnetonka, Minn./Minnetonka

*denotes firstever fouryear letterwinners in women’s soccer history

All-Time Numerical Roster 00 Sarah Stout, 199698 Jen Huzvar, 1999 Gretchen Ross, 200001 Jamie Pelusi, 200305 Katelyn Bakanowsky, 2006 Megan Valeski, 2007 Kristina Rioux, 200812

Cande Ruiz, 199801 Jennifer DeLaHoz, 200205 Maura Caslin 200609 Danielle Benner, 201012

0 Cassie Betancourt, 2012

7 Charity Kriley, 199799 Cara Kappler, 200002 Kristy Fultz, 2005 Liz Carroll, 200710 Kari Cunard, 201112

1 Nicole Bashor, 199799 Rachel Brown, 200001 Jamie Pelusi, 2002 Lailah Isaac, 200305 Alison Finch, 200609 Nicole D’Agostino, 201012

8 Kara Kunkle, 199699 Kathryn Hughes, 200002 Antoinette Koram, 200304 Meta Haley, 200607 Kelsi Morris, 200809 Taylor Parisse, 201112

2 Stacy Weinkauf, 1996 Renee Spampinato, 199798 Jacqueline Fix, 1999 Ashley Lobb, 2000 Lauren Sciocchetti, 200102 Janean Gardner, 200407 Klarissa Ames, 200810 Hannah Butzlaff, 2012

9 Vanessa Madison, 199699 Netta Agredano, 200003 Meta Haley, 2005 Katie Caslin, 200609 Caroline Keefer, 201012

3 Traci Mascari, 1996 Tammy Hirahara, 1997 Andrea Graybill, 199801 Jacqueline Reuter, 200205 A’idah Clinton, 200608 Alexandra Jaffe, 200910 Alex Charlebois, 2012 4 Heather Ferguson, 199699 Katrina Shibata, 200001 Cara Senger, 200204 Jennifer Kritch, 200508 Ashley Cuba, 200912 5 AideeMia Mora, 199699 Brianna Risch, 2000 Krystian James, 2001 Kristen Wizzard, 200203 Rachel Vecchio, 200407 Shannon Cody, 200809 Katie Lippert, 201012 6 Shannon Pheley, 1996 Brittany Vivian, 1997

10 Megan Beasley, 199699 Kimberly Sturk, 200002 Katelyn Ruhe, 200811 Janna Brown, 2012 11 Rachel Bertges, 1996 Charity McClure, 199798 Lauren Sciocchetti, 1999 Sarah Freeburn, 2000 Kendall Enmark, 200105 Ashley Habbel, 200609 Alyssa Meier, 2010 Lauren Yobbi, 201112 12 Lyn Weimer, 1996 Rachel Bertges, 199798 Melinda Beddo, 199902 Kristina Francois, 200306 Kat Weiler, 200710 Alyssa Meier, 201112 13 Andrea Kerzner, 1996 Jen Huzvar, 199798 Danielle Fox, 1999 Kristy Pilbeam, 200103 Megan Watson, 200607 Megan Swiderski, 2009

Roosa Arvas, 2012 14 Kristy Dovichow, 1996 Lori Krzeszewski, 199799 Aimee Romasco, 200205 Rebecca Fraser, 200709 Dana DelleFemine, 201012

21 Patricia Bradley, 1998 Sarah Freeburn, 1999 Emily Tipton, 200003 Stephanie Davis, 200407 Maura Lacey, 200810 Courtney Spertzel, 2011 Taylor Trusky, 2012

15 Kristin Conta, 1996 Deidre McCullagh, 199799 Jacqueline Fix, 200002 Katie Surma, 200306 Christina Nicassio, 200710 Ali Matisse, 2011

22 Allison Kamm, 1999 Lauren Sciocchetti, 2000 Liz Potts, 2001 Carli Brill, 200306 Kathryn Kunugi, 200711 Olivia Horner, 2012

16 Rachel Surdick, 1996 Holly Mays, 199798 Leah Greenspoon, 199903 Erin Myers, 2005 Laura Berbert, 200710 Jackie Poucel, 201112

23 Michelle Carberry, 1998 Kathryn Hughes, 1999 Lisa Schulte, 200205 Kaitlyn Kacsuta, 200708 Abby Baldys, 200912

17 Courtney Simpson, 1996 Keeley Tobler, 199701 Geraldine Loveless, 2002 Kelley VanderMallie, 2004 Iris Boivin, 200607 Brittany Pfaff, 200810 Nicole Stiles, 201112 18 Michele Johnson, 199699 Brianna Risch, 200103 Niki Walters, 2006 Morie Kephart, 200710 Eden Smith, 2012 19 Libby Schroeck, 199697 Melissa Smith, 199801 Erin McFarling, 200205 Erica Wright, 2006 Emily Peters, 200910 20 Jennifer Toy, 1996 Julia Swenda, 199798 Kimberly Watt, 1999 Jacqueline Reuter, 2001 Julianne Jockman, 2002 Corina Sebesta, 200306 Molly McGeehin, 200809 Madison Gritsch, 201112

24 Martha Coler, 1996 Jennifer Beiter, 199798 Katrina Shibata, 1999 Laura Marsh, 200002 Courtney Wrightson, 200306 Dee Abasute, 2007 Dorie Heald, 200809 Morgan Masci, 2010 25 Brigid Handforth, 1998 Aldorian Chaney, 1999 Callie Armstrong, 2002 Lucy Kirkland, 200405 Caitlin Moore, 2006 Alexandra Jaffe, 200708 Maura Romano, 2009 Morgan Sharick, 201012

Danielle Benner, 2009 28 Johnny Lamb, 1998 Meghan Calpin, 1999 Aldorian Chaney, 200001 Alexa Born, 2002 Kylie Veverka, 200608 Lyndsay Pierson, 200911 29 Aldorian Chaney, 1998 Kimberly Sturk, 1999 Lane Graor, 2001 Alison Pilsner, 2002 Jane Ryan, 200506 Sam Regney, 2007 Hayley Neal, 200911 30 Rebecca Brown, 1996 Megan Brown, 1997 Anya BohunChudyniv, 1998 Laura Marsh, 1999 Cara Senger, 2001 Sara Gutting, 200205 Jenna Greenfield, 200607 31 Katie Williams, 2001 Shannon Strayer, 200203 Renee Pilch, 200607 32 Never worn 33 Riliegh McHugh, 2012 55 Ilene Ravich, 199697

26 Katrina Shibata, 1998 Ashley Lobb, 1999 Laura Boehm, 2001 Lauren Engel, 2005 Molly Griganavicius, 200609 Makenzie Shearson, 2012 27 Carrie Howard, 1998 Kirstin Gellatly, 1999 Geraldine Loveless, 2001 Erin Hills, 200205 Emma Stapleton, 2006

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Career Individual Statistics FieldPlayers Player

Year

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

YCRC

GWG

PKAtt

AGREDANO, Netta AMES, Klarissa ARMSTRONG, Callie ARVAS, Roosa BAKANOWSKY, Katelyn BALDYS, Abby BASHOR, Nicole BEASLEY, Megan BEDDO, Melinda BEITER, Jennifer

200003 200810 2002 2012 2006 200912 199799 199699 199902 199798

60 39 3 19 2 69 44 72 42 18

53 18 0 17 0 68 0 72 16 14

17 3 0 3 0 0 0 11 0 0

6 2 1 8 0 4 0 7 1 0

40 8 1 14 0 4 0 29 1 0

144 24 0 29 0 18 0 82 9 1

.118 .125 .000 .103 .000 .000 .000 .134 .000 .000

76 15 0 12 0 9 0 52 4 0

.528 .625 .000 .414 .000 .500 .000 .634 .444 .000

00 00 00 00 00 10 00 10 00 00

5 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

01 00 00 00 00 00 00 22 00 00

BENNER, Danielle BERBERT, Laura BERTGES, Rachel BOEHM, Laura BOHUNCHUDYNIV, Anya BOIVIN, Iris BORN, Alexa BRADLEY, Patricia BRILL, Carli BROWN, Janna

200912 200710 199698 2001 1998 2007 2002 1998 200306 2012

34 63 34 5 16 6 1 16 71 17

3 56 22 0 9 0 0 7 70 5

0 4 3 0 2 1 0 2 2 0

2 7 5 0 4 0 0 2 7 0

2 15 11 0 8 2 0 6 11 0

7 49 25 0 15 1 0 9 47 9

.000 .082 .120 .000 .133 1.000 .000 .222 .043 .000

5 25 20 0 6 1 0 4 27 4

.714 .510 .800 .000 .400 1.000 .000 .444 .574 .444

00 10 00 00 00 00 00 00 40 00

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

00 11 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

BROWN, Megan BROWN, Rachel BROWN, Rebecca CALPIN, Meghan CARBERRY, Michelle CARROLL, Liz CASLIN, Katie CASLIN, Maura CHANEY, Aldorian CHARLEBOIS, Alex

1997 200001 1996 1999 1998 200710 200609 200609 199801 2012

1 31 12 1 4 75 75 57 24 19

1 0 10 0 1 63 30 42 5 15

0 0 0 0 0 10 4 0 0 5

0 1 0 0 0 13 3 3 0 2

0 1 0 0 0 33 11 3 0 12

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.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .065 .060 .000 .000 .238

0 0 0 0 0 53 40 6 3 13

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .346 .597 .429 .375 .619

00 20 20 00 00 70 00 10 00 10

0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 2

00 00 00 00 00 11 00 00 00 00

CLINTON, A’idah CODY, Shannon COLER, Martha CONTA, Kristin CUBA, Ashley CUNARD, Kari D’AGOSTINO, Nicole DAVIS, Stephanie DELAHOZ, Jennifer DELLEFEMINE, Dana

200608 200809 1996 1996 200912 201112 201012 200407 200205 201012

28 1 13 4 75 35 24 36 70 50

14 1 11 2 54 4 1 16 47 37

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0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 3 2

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.000 .000 .000 .000 .138 .000 .000 .000 .093 .083

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.625 .000 .667 .000 .431 .083 .000 .500 .395 .556

00 00 00 00 20 10 00 10 10 00

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00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 11 00

DOVICHOW, Kristy ENGEL, Lauren ENMARK, Kendall FERGUSON, Heather FINCH, Alison FIX, Jacqueline FOX, Danielle FRANCOIS, Kristina FRASER, Rebecca FREEBURN, Sarah

1996 2005 200105 199699 200609 199902 199900 200306 200709 199900

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.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .149 .000 .116 .000 .000

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.000 .000 .389 .625 .000 .552 .000 .478 .353 .667

00 00 00 20 00 10 10 00 11 00

0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

FULTZ, Kristy GABLEHOUSE, Kimberly GARDNER, Janean GELLATLY, Kristin GRAOR, Lane GRAYBILL, Andrea GREENFIELD, Jenna GREENSPOON, Leah GRIGANAVICIUS, Molly GRITSCH, Madison

2005 1996 200407 1999 2001 199801 200607 199903 200609 201112

3 3 58 18 12 70 24 50 31 25

1 1 18 16 0 33 8 16 12 5

0 0 2 7 0 1 1 0 1 1

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1 0 12 31 2 15 10 3 2 1

1.000 .000 .387 .660 .500 .417 .455 .188 .250 .200

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0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0

00 00 00 11 00 00 00 00 00 00

GUTTING, Sara HABBEL, Ashley HALEY, Meta HANDFORTH, Brigid HILLS, Erin HIRAHARA, Tammy HORNER, Olivia HUGHES, Kathryn

200205 200609 200407 1998 200205 1997 2012 199902

63 75 32 10 70 10 10 52

39 62 24 9 50 9 0 36

3 19 6 5 7 0 0 1

6 7 1 3 7 0 0 0

12 45 13 13 21 0 0 2

53 113 64 14 83 1 0 12

.057 .168 .094 .357 .084 .000 .000 .083

28 61 31 11 41 0 0 7

.528 .540 .484 .786 .494 .000 .000 .583

30 30 00 00 00 00 00 10

1 9 2 1 1 0 0 0

00 11 00 00 00 00 00 00

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HUZVAR, Jen ISSAC, Lailah JAFFE, Alexandra JAMES, Krystian JOCKMANN, Julianne JOHNSON, Michele KAPPLER, Cara KEEFER, Caroline KEPHART, Morie KERZNER, Andrea

199799 200205 200710 2001 2002 199699 200002 201012 200710 1996

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25 1 20 0 0 7 27 54 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

0 0 4 0 0 0 6 0 1 2

0 0 28 0 1 3 17 12 3 5

.000 .000 .036 .000 .000 .000 .118 .000 .000 .200

0 0 10 0 0 1 10 6 2 2

.000 .000 .357 .000 .000 .333 .588 .500 .667 .400

01 00 30 00 00 00 00 10 00 00

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

KIRKLAND, Lucy KORAM, Antoinette KRILEY, Charity KRITCH, Jennifer KRZESZEWSKI, Lori KUNKLE, Kara KUNUGI, Katheryn LACEY, Maura LIPPERT, Katelyn LOBB, Ashley

200405 200304 199799 200508 199799 199699 200711 200810 201012 199900

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1 6 37 55 14 51 35 0 35 0

0 0 4 13 0 2 1 0 3 0

0 0 1 9 1 2 1 0 0 0

0 0 9 35 1 6 3 0 6 0

3 1 48 80 12 39 29 1 47 2

.000 .000 .083 .162 .000 .051 .034 .000 .064 .000

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.333 .000 .646 .613 .417 .333 .379 .000 .404 .500

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0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

LOVELESS, Geraldine MADISON, Vanessa MARSH, Laura MASCARI, Tracy MASCI, Morgan MATISSE, Ali MAYS, Holly McCLURE, Charity McCULLAGH, Deirdre MCFARLING, Erin

200102 199699 199902 1996 2010 2011 199798 199798 199799 200205

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0 3 5 4 0 1 0 9 0 1

1 3 1 1 0 1 1 11 0 1

1 9 11 9 0 3 1 29 0 3

0 36 54 13 1 32 0 68 0 7

.000 .083 .093 .308 .000 .031 .000 .132 .000 .143

0 22 27 11 1 12 0 45 0 5

.000 .611 .500 .846 1.000 .375 .000 .662 .000 .714

00 00 00 00 00 10 00 10 00 10

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

McGEEHIN, Molly McHUGH, Riliegh MEIER, Alyssa MOORE, Caitlin MORA, AideeMia MORRIS, Kelsi MYERS, Erin NEAL, Hayley NICASSIO, Christina PARISSE, Taylor

200809 2012 201012 2006 199699 200809 2005 200911 200710 201112

1 19 39 1 55 17 1 35 63 18

0 12 38 0 34 7 0 13 33 0

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0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 3 0

0 4 3 0 19 1 0 4 9 0

0 16 19 0 51 0 0 12 41 4

.000 .125 .053 .000 .176 .000 .000 .083 .073 .000

0 5 9 0 38 0 0 8 13 3

.000 .312 .474 .000 .745 .000 .000 .667 .317 .750

00 00 10 00 10 00 00 10 00 00

0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0

00 00 11 00 11 00 00 00 00 00

PELUSI, Jamie PFAFF, Brittany PHELEY, Shannon PIERSON, Lyndsay PILBEAM, Kristy PILCH, Renee PILSNER, Alison POUCEL, Jackie RAVICH, Ilene REGNEY, Sam

200205 200810 1996 200911 200003 200607 2002 201112 199697 2007

71 16 19 24 12 2 3 31 8 11

0 5 15 8 2 0 0 26 0 9

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

1 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 2

0 0 6 17 0 0 0 4 0 4

.000 .000 .000 .118 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 2 9 0 0 0 1 0 1

.000 .000 .333 .529 .000 .000 .000 .250 .000 .250

20 10 00 00 00 00 00 10 00 00

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

REUTER, Jacqueline RIOUX, Kristina RISCH, Brianna RIVERIA, Amanda ROMANO, Maura ROMASCO, Aimee ROSS, Gretchen RUHE, Katelyn RUIZ, Cande RYAN, Jane

200105 200812 200003 2001 2009 200205 200001 200811 199801 200506

71 21 20 2 10 71 13 77 70 1

69 0 3 0 5 64 0 77 67 0

1 0 0 0 1 1 0 7 18 0

3 0 0 0 1 1 0 18 12 0

5 0 0 0 3 3 0 32 48 0

21 0 5 1 2 10 0 150 153 0

.048 .000 .000 .000 .500 .100 .000 .047 .118 .000

5 0 1 0 1 6 0 58 90 0

.238 .000 .200 .000 .500 .600 .000 .387 .588 .000

30 10 00 00 00 20 00 40 01 00

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

SCHROEK, Elizabeth SCHULTE, Lisa SCIOCCHETTI, Lauren SEBESTA, Corina SENGER, Cara SHARICK, Morgan SHIBATA, Katrina SIMPSON, Courtney SMITH, Eden SMITH, Melissa

199697 200205 199902 200306 200104 201012 199801 1996 2012 199801

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.000 .143 .104 .106 .163 .182 .083 .000 .000 .095

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SPAMPINATO, Renee SPERTZEL, Cortney STILES, Nicole STOUT, Sarah STRAYER, Shannon

199798 2011 201112 199698 200203

30 1 8 28 6

14 0 4 0 1

5 0 0 0 0

2 0 1 0 0

12 0 1 0 0

23 0 2 0 0

.217 .000 .000 .000 .000

16 0 0 0 0

.696 .000 .000 .000 .000

00 00 00 00 10

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STURK, Kimberly SURDICK, Rachel SURMA, Katie SWENDA, Julia TIPTON, Emily TOBLER, Keeley TOY, Jennifer TRUSKY, Taylor VALESKI, Megan VANDERMALLIE, Kelley

200002 1996 200306 199798 200003 199701 1996 2012 2007 2004

45 11 60 1 49 74 6 11 2 7

39 2 54 0 19 66 0 0 0 0

3 0 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

7 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

13 0 7 0 8 2 0 0 0 0

57 4 15 0 45 30 1 3 0 2

.053 .000 .200 .000 .067 .033 .000 .000 .000 .000

23 2 7 0 23 14 0 1 0 1

.404 .500 .467 .000 .511 .467 .000 .333 .000 .500

10 00 30 00 30 10 00 00 00 00

2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

VECCHIO, Rachel VEVERKA, Kylie VIVIAN, Brittany WALTERS, Niki WATSON, Megan WATT, Kimberly WEILER, Kat WEIMER, Lyn WEINKAUF, Stacy WILLIAMS, Katie

200407 200508 1997 2006 200607 1999 200710 1996 1996 200001

44 63 14 1 34 3 76 6 16 14

21 50 12 0 31 0 76 0 10 13

3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0

3 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 0

9 0 0 0 6 0 7 0 0 0

12 2 3 0 35 0 28 0 7 4

.250 .000 .000 .000 .057 .000 .036 .000 .000 .000

9 1 3 0 19 0 9 0 3 1

.750 .500 1.000 .000 .543 .000 .321 .000 .429 .250

00 00 00 00 20 00 10 00 00 00

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

WIZZARD, Kristen WRIGHT, Erica WRIGHTSON, Courtney YOBBI, Lauren

200203 200506 200306 201112

16 32 61 32

11 11 49 9

0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 2 0 0

9 16 12 8

.000 .062 .000 .000

5 9 4 4

.556 .562 .333 .500

00 00 50 10

0 0 0 0

00 00 00 00

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BAKANOWSKY, Katelyn BASHOR, Nicole BROWN, Rachel D’AGOSTINO, Nicole FINCH, Alison HUZVAR, Jen ISSAC, Lailah

2006 199799 200001 201012 200609 199799 200205

2 44 31 24 41 42 13

1 44 31 21 38 5 0

62:31 3661:50 2701:13 2009:57 3460:45 665:45 111:50

1 90 57 47 65 14 4

1.44 2.21 1.90 2.10 1.69 1.89 3.22

2 311 200 102 175 37 4

.667 .776 .778 .685 .729 .725 .500

0 14 11 8 15 2 0

0 27 18 13 17 2 0

0 3 1 2 5 1 0

0.0 8.0 3.3 3.0 8.0 3.0 0.0

5 699 463 363 416 98 22

KEPHART, Morie PELUSI, Jamie PILCH, Renee RAVICH, Ilene RIOUX, Kristina ROSS, Gretchen STOUT, Sarah

200710 200205 200607 199697 200812 200001 199698

68 71 2 8 21 13 28

56 71 0 4 17 5 21

5399:37 6392:00 14:25 442:29 1543:40 668:41 2080:28

64 124 0 19 35 18 108

1.07 1.75 0.00 3.86 2.04 2.42 4.67

262 456 0 46 104 38 159

.804 .786 .000 .708 .748 .679 .596

19 19 0 0 1 2 3

28 46 0 4 10 3 18

8 6 0 0 4 1 0

19.0 13.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.3 1.0

689 1052 0 117 263 108 396

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History/Records

All-Time Scores

1996

3-16-0Overall

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date Opponent W/L Score 8/30 at Baylor L 212 9/1 at Texas L 012 Navy Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) 9/7 at Navy L 19 9/8 vs. Indiana L 05 9/13 at Penn State (21) L 08 9/15 at Youngstown State L 01 9/21 CANISIUS L 15 9/23 WAGNER W (OT) 42 9/27 at Buffalo L 36 10/3 DUQUESNE L 02 10/6 SETON HALL L 12 10/8 ST. FRANCIS, PA. W 64 10/12 NIAGARA L 24 10/16 WEST VIRGINIA L 02 10/25 at Richmond L 03 10/26 at Virginia Commonwealth L 06 11/1 at Syracuse L 06 11/3 at Cornell L 01 11/6 ROBERT MORRIS W 20

Att. 227 570 — 57 463 — 179 — — 141 103 106 125 115 179 — 412 — —

All home games played at Pitt Stadium

1997

5-10-2 Overall 1-4-1 Big East

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date 8/30 9/1 9/7 9/12 9/14

Opponent W/L Score at Duquesne L 01 YOUNGSTOWN STATE — FFT at Niagara T (2OT) 00 NOTRE DAME* (2) L 05 ST. JOHN’S* L 14 UCIrvine Nike Tournament (Irvine, Calif.) 9/19 at UCIrvine L 03 9/20 vs. Oregon State T (2OT) 11 9/26 at Villanova* L 06 9/28 at Rutgers* L 04 10/4 at Syracuse* L 05 10/8 WEST VIRGINIA* W 10 10/11 at Boston College* L 02 10/12 at Providence* T (2OT) 11 10/17 BUFFALO W (OT) 10 10/19 PENN STATE L 12 10/24 CONNECTICUT* (5) L 05 10/26 SETON HALL* L 06 10/31 GEORGETOWN* W (2OT) 10 11/2 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH L 01

Att. 252 — 125 376 38 337 89 120 307 985 110 — — 75 110 52 38 90 75

*Big East Conference match All home games played at Pitt Stadium

1998

8-11-0 Overall 5-7-0 Big East

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date Opponent W/L Score 9/1 at Penn State (25) L 15 9/4 at Georgetown* W 21 9/6 at Notre Dame* (2) L 19 9/11 at Wagner W 111 9/13 at St. John’s* W 43 9/18 VILLANOVA* W 10 9/20 RUTGERS*^ W 32 USAFA Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 9/25 at Air Force L 02 9/27 vs. Wyoming L 02 10/2 BOSTON COLLEGE* L 01 10/4 PROVIDENCE*^ W 32

Att. 328 275 658 121 112 128

200 50 203 —

10/4 PROVIDENCE*^ W 32 — 10/7 DUQUESNE W 10 89 10/11 SYRACUSE*^ L 14 32 10/16 at Seton Hall* L 14 206 10/18 at Connecticut* (4) L 06 1983 10/22 at Robert Morris W 63 — 10/25 at Old Dominion L 03 325 10/31 at West Virginia* L 02 263 Big East Tournament Quarterfinal (Syracuse, N.Y.) 11/4 at Syracuse L 02 367 *Big East Conference match ^played at Sewickley Academy, Sewickley, Pa. All home matches played at Pitt Stadium

1999

5-12-1 Overall 1-4-1 BigEastMid-Atlantic

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date 8/29 9/1 9/10 9/12 9/18 9/19 9/24 9/26 9/29 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/13 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/31

Opponent W/L Score Att. at Duquesne W 10 1611 NAVY# L 12 150 Maryland Fila Invitational (College Park, Md.) vs. Pennsylvania W 10 178 vs. Baylor (24) L 13 303 at Hartford& (7) L 04 225 at St. John’s L 12 — at Rutgers* L (OT) 45 311 at Villanova* L 02 205 at West Virginia* L 15 111 CENTRAL FLORIDA^ W (OT) 10 85 GEORGETOWN*$ T (2OT) 00 125 SETON HALL*$ W 10 207 NOTRE DAME*^ (6) L 05 168 ROBERT MORRIS$ L (OT) 12 120 OLD DOMINION# W 30 312 MIAMI, Fla.$ L 02 165 CONNECTICUT^ (8) L 04 103 PENN STATE^ (5) L 17 126

*Big East MidAtlantic match ^played at Sewickley Academy, Sewickley, Pa. #played at Morton Sports Complex, Upper St. Clair, Pa. $played at Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pa. &match rescheduled to Sept. 18 because of Hurricane Floyd

2000

6-12-1 Overall 1-5-0 BigEastMid-Atlantic

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date 8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/4 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22

Opponent AIR FORCE RICHMOND at Penn State (4) at Bucknell at Arizona at Arizona State (19) WYOMING at Robert Morris at Seton Hall* at Notre Dame* (1) RUTGERS* VILLANOVA* WEST VIRGINIA* BOSTON COLLEGE (16) at Georgetown* SACRED HEART PROVIDENCE at Syracuse DUQUESNE

W/L Score W 32 L 01 L 06 L 03 W (OT) 21 L 07 L (OT) 01 W 32 L 23 L 01 L 23 W (OT) 32 L 02 L 02 L 12 W 20 T (2OT) 11 L 12 W 10

Att. 178 162 721 135 696 325 133 457 225 827 157 103 75 96 300 75 103 519 311

*Big East MidAtlantic match All home matches played at the Morton Sports Complex, Upper St. Clair, Pa.

2001

7-9-1 Overall 2-4-0 Big East

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date 8/31 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/10 10/12 10/16 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28

Opponent W/L Score CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 21 BUCKNELL L 01 adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) vs. Western Carolina W 32 at UNCGreensboro L 13 ST. JOHN’S* Ppd. — ARIZONA Cancelled — GEORGETOWN* W 21 AUBURN (21) T (2OT) 00 NOTRE DAME* (4) L 04 SETON HALL* W (2OT) 10 at Villanova* L 04 at Rutgers* L 03 at West Virginia* L 01 at Miami, Fla. (24) W 21 ST. FRANCIS, PA. W 40 at Connecticut (15) L 03 at Fairfield L 03 ROBERT MORRIS W 51 PENN STATE (4) L 26

Att. 90 161 — 295 — — 120 82 561 83 211 495 341 387 35 926 75 143 223

*Big East MidAtlantic match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2002

4-15-0 Overall 0-6-0 Big East

Roland Sturk, Head Coach Date 8/30 9/1 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/18 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/16 10/20 10/25 10/27

Opponent W/L Score at St. Francis, Pa. W 21 at Penn State (6) L 27 DUQUESNE W 20 LEHIGH W 30 Ohio State Tournament (Columbus, Ohio) vs. Bowling Green State L 01 at Ohio State L 01 WEST VIRGINIA* (11) L 24 VILLANOVA* L (OT) 12 RUTGERS* L 01 at Georgetown* L 06 VIRGINIA TECH L 02 at Notre Dame* L 05 at Seton Hall L 13 at Providence L 02 at Boston College L 13 at Robert Morris L 12 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH W 32 OHIO L 14 SYRACUSE* L 13

Att. 250 815 103 115 198 457 108 115 110 221 225 730 150 100 125 55 155 89 230

*Big East MidAtlantic match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2003

5-10-2 Overall 1-4-1 Big East

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date

Opponent W/L Score Att. Central Florida Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 8/30 at Central Florida L 13 321 9/1 vs. Jacksonville W 51 45 9/6 MARYLANDBALTIMORE COUNTY W 31 135 9/12 at Lehigh L 02 271 9/14 at St. Francis, Pa. L 01 215 9/19 at St. John’s T (2OT) 11 374 9/21 at Hofstra L 02 262 9/26 at Georgetown* W 21 — 9/28 at Duquesne W 30 527

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MIAMI, Fla. CONNECTICUT (10) SETON HALL* RUTGERS* ROBERT MORRIS NOTRE DAME* (2) at West Virginia* (7) at Villanova*

History/Records

L L L T (2OT) W L L L

01 03 12 00 40 01 12 02

427 389 89 190 140 200 387 587

*Big East Conference match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2004

6-10-1 Overall 2-7-1 Big East

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date

Opponent W/L Score Att. Bowling Green State Tournament (Bowling Green, Ohio) 8/27 vs. Eastern Michigan L 12 75 8/29 at Bowling Green State W 20 127 9/3 DUQUESNE W 41 150 UNCGreensboro Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 9/10 at UNCGreensboro L 02 338 9/12 vs. Old Dominion W 10 75 9/24 at Notre Dame* (1) L 13 2087 9/26 BOSTON COLLEGE L 14 103 9/29 PROVIDENCE W 10 99 0/1 at Syracuse T (2OT) 11 349 10/6 WEST VIRGINIA* (20) L 16 153 10/10 at MarylandBaltimore County L 01 312 10/15 at St. John’s L 01 279 10/17 at Rutgers* W 10 401 10/19 ST. FRANCIS, PA. W 10 178 10/22 at Connecticut L 01 697 10/24 VILLANOVA* L 13 215 10/27 GEORGETOWN* L 04 100 *Big East Conference match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2005

4-11-3 Overall 3-6-2 Big East

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date

Opponent W/L Score Att. Marshall Tournament (Huntington, W.Va.) 8/26 vs. Jacksonville cancelled — — 8/28 at Marshall W 10 190 9/01 WEST VIRGINIA* (10) W 21 478 9/4 TOLEDO L 12 278 Georgia Nike Tournament (Athens, Ga.) 9/09 at Georgia L 02 1916 9/11 vs. Kennesaw State T (2OT) 00 71 Colorado Soccer Classic (Boulder, Colo.) 9/16 vs. Denver L 02 — 9/18 at Colorado L 01 456 9/23 at St. John’s* L 01 336 9/25 SYRACUSE* T (2OT) 00 232 9/30 SETON HALL* L 02 191 10/02 RUTGERS* L 26 193 10/07 SOUTH FLORIDA* T (2OT) 22 112 10/09 MARQUETTE* (9) L 02 239 10/14 at Georgetown* W 21 243 10/16 at Villanova* L 01 711 10/21 at Providence* W 10 227 10/23 at Connecticut* L 01 974 Big East Tournament Quarterfinal (Piscataway, N.J.) 10/27 at Rutgers L 03 227 *Big East Conference match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2006

8-8-3 Overall 3-6-2 Big East

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Opponent W/L Score Temple Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.)

10/26

Att.

vs. Central Arkansas W (OT) 21 300 at Temple W 41 300 BINGHAMTON W 31 127 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 20 123 MARSHALL T (2OT) 11 157 at Ohio L (2OT) 12 410 at West Virginia* (7) L 14 779 KENT STATE W 10 167 ST. JOHN’S* T (2OT) 11 218 at Syracuse* W 42 — at DePaul* W 10 222 at Notre Dame* (1) L 05 2681 at Marquette* L 12 496 at South Florida* L (OT) 12 322 GEORGETOWN* T (2OT) 11 100 VILLANOVA* (23) L 02 101 PROVIDENCE* W 32 121 CONNECTICUT* L 24 220 Big East Tournament Quarterfinal (Louisville, Ky.) at Louisville (25) L (2OT) 01 213

*Big East Conference match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2007

6-10-2 Overall 1-8-2 Big East

8-5-5 Overall 3-3-5 Big East

2009

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date 8/21 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/11 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/24 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25

Opponent BUFFALO at Ohio State at Kent State at Xavier at Drexel at Pennsylvania WEST VIRGINIA* (25) ST. BONAVENTURE SOUTH FLORIDA* at Marquette* DEPAUL* NOTRE DAME* (10) ST. JOHN’S* (22) SYRACUSE* at Georgetown* at Villanova* at Providence* at Connecticut*

W/L Score Att. W 10 253 W 21 361 W 10 165 W 30 234 L 01 50 L (OT) 12 100 T (2OT) 11 437 W 40 167 T (2OT) 00 211 T (2OT) 00 — W (OT) 21 143 T (2OT) 00 324 L 01 173 W 10 169 L 03 572 T (2OT) 00 173 L 01 209 W (OT) 10 1058

*Big East Conference match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date 8/31 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/26

Opponent YOUNGSTOWN STATE NIAGARA at Georgia State at Auburn XAVIER at Kent State WEST VIRGINIA* (15) OHIO SYRACUSE* at St. John’s CINCINNATI* LOUISVILLE* at Connecticut* (17) at Providence* at Villanova* at Georgetown* MARQUETTE* SOUTH FLORIDA*

W/L Score Att. W 20 302 W 30 186 L 14 95 L 03 398 W 21 211 W 21 — L 13 340 W 10 144 W 21 222 L 14 301 L (2OT) 12 171 L (OT) 01 288 L 04 1026 L 12 227 T (2OT) 00 201 L 24 267 L 12 208 T (2OT) 00 155

*Big East Conference match All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2008

7-12-1 Overall 4-6-1 Big East

7-11-2 Overall 4-6-1 Big East

2010

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date 8/20 8/22 8/27 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/23 9/26 9/28 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24

Opponent W/L Score Att. BUFFALO W 41 173 OHIO L 02 197 OHIO STATE L 02 306 OAKLAND W 30 174 at North Carolina State L 04 731 at Charlotte L 12 673 AKRON W 10 103 KENT STATE& T (2OT) 11 228 at South Florida* L 02 709 MARQUETTE* L 12 123 at West Virginia* L 03 426 at Louisville* W 20 344 at Cincinnati* L 12 383 at St. John’s* L 01 701 at Syracuse* T (2OT) 11 337 GEORGETOWN* L 01 124 VILLANOVA* W 30 139 PROVIDENCE* W 20 142 CONNECTICUT* W 10 168 Big East Tournament Quarterfinal (Chicago, Ill.) at DePaul L 01 223

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach

10/28

Date 8/22

*Big East Conference match &played at North Allegheny High School, Wexford, Pa. All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/25 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/30

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22

Opponent W/L Score Att. at Akron L 26 176 Illinois Tournament (Champaign, Ill.) vs. Dayton L (2OT) 23 — vs. Iowa State W 41 — PENNSYLVANIA W 31 223 CHARLOTTE L 01 312 KENT STATE W 10 91 ST. BONAVENTURE& L 12 127 at West Virginia* (14) L 04 565 at Toledo L 12 129 at Syracuse* L 01 92 ST. JOHN’S* W 10 148 at Rutgers* L 01 1011 at Seton Hall* L 01 220 CONNETICUT* L 12 232 PROVIDENCE* W (OT) 21 266 VILLANOVA* T (2OT) 00 192 GEORGETOWN* (19) W (2OT) 21 218 at South Florida* W 10 780 at Marquette* L 02 — Big East Tournament Quarterfinal (Louisville, Ky.) at Louisville L 01 —

*Big East Conference match &played at Upper St. Clair High School, Upper St. Clair, Pa. All home matches played at Founders Field, Indianola, Pa.

2011

2-13-4 Overall 1-8-2 Big East

SueMoy Chin, Head Coach Date 8/19 8/21 8/26 8/28 9/2 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/15 9/18 9/23 9/25 9/30 10/2

Opponent W/L Score Att. EASTERN MICHIGAN T (2OT) 22 163 at Ohio L 02 303 James Madison Invitational (Harrisonburg, Va.) at James Madison L 06 492 vs. Delaware W 10 50 Pitt Soccer Classic (Pittsburgh, Pa.) COLORADO COLLEGE T (2OT) 22 459 PENN STATE L 03 493 at Central Michigan L 02 510 at Oakland L 03 250 at Marquette* (8) L 03 308 SOUTH FLORIDA* T (2OT) 22 374 RUTGERS* T (2OT) 00 258 SETON HALL* L 03 230 at Villanova* L 13 411 at Georgetown* L 06 427


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SYRACUSE* ST. JOHN’S* at Connecticut* at Providence* WEST VIRGINIA* (18)

History/Records

L W L L L

03 319 61 193 01 1807 03 263 01 644

*Big East Conference match All home matches played at Ambrose Urbanic Field at the Petersen Sports Complex

2012

7-10-2 Overall 2-6-2 Big East

Greg Miller, Head Coach Date 8/17

Opponent at Eastern Michigan

W/L Score W 21

Att. 148

8/19 8/22 8/24 8/26

at Michigan ROBERT MORRIS at St. Bonaventure DUQUESNE

L W W W

01 21 21 31

579 293 132 472

8/31 9/2

WVU 90 Minute Classic (Morgantown, W.Va.) vs. Miami, Fla. L (OT) 01 735 vs. Penn State (3) L 03 702

9/7 9/9 9/13 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/4

at Liberty W at Virginia Commonwealth L (OT) MARQUETTE* (24) L at South Florida* T (2OT) at Notre Dame* L at DePaul* L VILLANOVA* L GEORGETOWN* (11) L at Syracuse* L

10/7 10/11 10/14

at St. John’s* CONNECTICUT* PROVIDENCE*

T (2OT) W W

22 21 20

393 323 261

*Big East Conference match All home matches played at Ambrose Urbanic Field at the Petersen Sports Complex

10 473 01 187 15 267 00 681 12 1345 04 126 12 365 08 172 02 338

Matches Vs. Ranked Opponents Date 9/13/96 9/12/97 10/24/97 9/1/98 9/6/98 10/18/98 9/12/99 9/18/99 10/10/99 10/24/99 10/31/99 9/1/00 9/10/00 9/24/00 10/6/00 9/23/01 9/28/01

Opponent W/L Score Att. at Penn State (21) L 08 463 NOTRE DAME* (2) L 05 376 CONNECTICUT* (5) L 05 52 at Penn State (25) L 15 328 at Notre Dame* (2) L 19 658 at Connecticut* (4) L 06 1983 vs. Baylor (24)+ L 13 303 at Hartford& (7) L 04 225 NOTRE DAME*^ (6) L 05 168 CONNECTICUT^ (8) L 04 103 PENN STATE^ (5) L 17 126 at Penn State (4) L 06 721 at Arizona State (19) L 07 325 at Notre Dame* (1) L 01 827 BOSTON COLLEGE (16) L 02 96 AUBURN (21) T (2OT) 00 82 NOTRE DAME* (4) L 04 561

10/12/01 10/19/01 10/28/01 9/1/02 9/18/02 10/5/03 10/19/03 10/23/03 9/24/04 10/6/04 9/01/05 10/09/05 9/15/06 10/1/06 10/15/06 10/26/06 9/21/07 10/12/07 9/18/08

at Miami, Fla. (24) at Connecticut (15) PENN STATE (4) at Penn State (6) WEST VIRGINIA* (11) CONNECTICUT (10) NOTRE DAME* (2) at West Virginia* (7) at Notre Dame* (1) WEST VIRGINIA* (20) WEST VIRGINIA* (10) MARQUETTE* (9) at West Virginia* (7) at Notre Dame* (1) VILLANOVA* (23) at Louisville (25)^ WEST VIRGINIA* (15) at Connecticut* (17) at West Virginia* (14)

W L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L (2OT) L L L

21 387 03 926 26 223 27 815 24 108 03 389 01 200 12 387 13 2087 16 153 21 478 02 239 14 779 05 2681 02 101 01 213 13 340 04 1026 04 565

10/19/08 9/18/09 10/4/09 10/9/09 9/15/11 10/21/11 9/2/12 9/13/12 9/30/12

GEORGETOWN* (19) WEST VIRGINIA* (25) NOTRE DAME* (10) ST. JOHN’S* (22) at Marquette* (8) WEST VIRGINIA* (18) vs. Penn State (3) MARQUETTE* (24) GEORGETOWN* (11)

W (2OT) T (2OT) T (2OT) L L L L L L

21 11 00 01 03 01 03 15 08

218 437 324 173 308 644 702 267 172

+Maryland Fila Invitational, College Park, Md. ^Big East Tournament Quarterfinal, Louisville, Ky. &WVU 90 Minute Classic, Morgantown, W.Va.

Attendance Records Top 20 Most Attended Games 1. Oct. 1, 2006 at Notre Dame 2,681 2. Sept. 24, 2004 at Notre Dame 2,087 3. Oct. 18, 1998 at Connecticut 1,983 4. Sept. 9, 2005 at Georgia 1,916 5. Oct. 14, 2011 at Connecticut 1,807 6. Aug. 29, 1999 at Duquesne 1,611 7. Sept. 21, 2012 at Notre Dame 1,345 8. Oct. 25, 2009 at Connecticut 1,058 9. Oct. 12, 2007 at Connecticut 1,026 10. Oct. 3, 2008 at Rutgers 1,011 11. Oct. 4, 1997 at Syracuse 985 12. Oct. 23, 2005 at Connecticut 974 13. Oct. 19, 2001 at Connecticut 926 14. Sept. 24, 2000 at Notre Dame 827 15. Sept. 1, 2002 at Penn State 815 16. Oct. 24, 2008 at South Florida 780 17. Sept. 15, 2006 at West Virginia 779 18. Aug. 31, 2012 vs. Miami, Fla. 735 19. Sept. 3, 2010 at NC State 731 20. Oct. 4, 2002 at Notre Dame 730

Top 20 Most Attended Home Games 1. Oct. 21, 2011 West Virginia 644 2. Sept. 28, 2001 Notre Dame 561 3. Sept. 4, 2011 Penn State 493 4. Sept. 1, 2005 West Virginia 478 5. Sept. 2, 2011 Colorado College 459 6. Sept. 18, 2009 West Virginia 437 7. Oct. 3, 2003 Miami, Fla. 427 8. Oct. 5, 2003 Connecticut 389 9. Sept. 12, 1997 Notre Dame 376 10. Sept. 18, 2011 South Florida 374 11. Sept. 28, 2012 Villanova 365 12. Sept. 21, 2007 West Virginia 340 13. Oct. 4, 2009 Notre Dame 324 14. Oct. 11, 2012 Connecticut 323 15. Oct. 7, 2011 Syracuse 319 16. Oct. 17, 1999 Old Dominion 312 17. Sept. 7, 2008 Charlotte 312 18. Oct. 22, 2000 Duquesne 311 19. Aug. 27, 2010 Ohio State 306 20. Aug. 31, 2007 Youngstown State 302

Top 20 Most Attended Road Games 1. Oct. 1, 2006 at Notre Dame 2,681 2. Sept. 24, 2004 at Notre Dame 2,087 3. Oct. 18, 1998 at Connecticut 1,983 4. Sept. 9, 2005 at Georgia 1,916 5. Oct. 14, 2001 at Connecticut 1,807 6. Aug. 29, 1999 at Duquesne 1,611 7. Sept. 21, 2012 at Notre Dame 1,345 8. Oct. 25, 2009 at Connecticut 1,058 9. Oct. 12, 2007 at Connecticut 1,026 10. Oct. 3, 2008 at Rutgers 1,011 11. Oct. 4, 1997 at Syracuse 985 12. Oct. 23, 2005 at Connecticut 974 13. Oct. 19, 2001 at Connecticut 926 14. Sept. 24, 2000 at Notre Dame 827 15. Sept. 1, 2002 at Penn State 815 16. Oct. 24, 2008 at South Florida 780 17. Sept. 15, 2006 at West Virginia 779 18. Aug. 31, 2012 vs. Miami, Fla. 735 19. Sept. 3, 2010 at NC State 731 20. Oct. 4, 2002 at Notre Dame 730

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OvertimeRecords Date 9/23/96 9/7/97 9/20/97 10/12/97 10/17/97 10/31/97 9/24/99 10/1/99 10/3/99 10/13/99 9/8/00 9/15/00 10/1/00 10/15/00 9/23/01 9/30/01 9/20/02 9/19/03 10/12/03

Opponent

W/L Score WAGNER W (OT) at Niagara T (2OT) 00 vs. Oregon State T (2OT) 11 at Providence* T (2OT) BUFFALO W (OT) GEORGETOWN*W (2OT) at Rutgers* L (OT) 45 CENTRAL FLORIDA^ W (OT) 10 GEORGETOWN*$ T (2OT) 00 ROBERT MORRIS$ L (OT) at Arizona W (OT) 21 WYOMING L (OT) 01 VILLANOVA* W (OT) 32 PROVIDENCE T (2OT) AUBURN (21) T (2OT) 00 SETON HALL* W (2OT) 10 VILLANOVA* L (OT) 12 at St. John’s T (2OT) 11 RUTGERS* T (2OT)

Att. 42— 125 89 11— 1057 1009 311 85 125 12021 696 133 103 11301 82 83 115 374 00091

Date 10/1/04 9/11/05 9/25/05 10/07/05 8/25/06 9/8/06 9/10/06 9/22/06 10/8/06 10/13/06 10/26/06 10/5/07 10/7/07 10/19/07 10/26/07 8/29/08 10/12/08 10/17/08 10/19/08

Opponent at Syracuse vs. Kennesaw State SYRACUSE* SOUTH FLORIDA* vs. Central Arkansas MARSHALL at Ohio ST. JOHN’S* at South Florida* GEORGETOWN* at Louisville (25) CINCINNATI* LOUISVILLE* at Villanova* SOUTH FLORIDA* vs. Dayton PROVIDENCE* VILLANOVA* GEORGETOWN* (19)

W/L Score T (2OT) 11 T (2OT) 00 T (2OT) 00 T (2OT) 22 W (OT) 21 T (2OT) 11 L (2OT) 12 T (2OT) 11 L (OT) 12 T (2OT) 11 L (2OT) 01 L (2OT) 12 L (OT) 01 T (2OT) 00 T (2OT) 00 L (2OT) 23 W (OT) 21 T (2OT) 00 W (2OT) 21

Att. 349 71 232 112 300 157 410 218 322 100 213 171 288 201 155 — 266 192 218

Date 9/13/09 9/18/09 9/24/09 9/27/09 10/2/09 10/4/09 10/18/09 10/25/09 9/12/10 10/10/10 8/19/11 9/2/11 9/18/11 9/23/11 8/31/12 9/9/12 9/16/12 10/7/12

Opponent W/L Score Att. at Pennsylvania L (OT) 12 100 WEST VIRGINIA* (25) T (2OT) 11 437 SOUTH FLORIDA* T (2OT) 00 211 at Marquette* T (2OT) 00 — DEPAUL* W (OT) 21 143 NOTRE DAME* (10) T (2OT) 00 324 at Villanova* T (2OT) 00 173 at Connecticut* W (OT) 10 1058 KENT STATE& T (2OT) 11 228 at Syracuse* T (2OT) 11 337 EASTERN MICHIGAN T (2OT) 22 163 COLORADO COLLEGE T (2OT) 22 459 SOUTH FLORIDA* T (2OT) 22 374 RUTGERS* T (2OT) 00 258 vs. Miami, Fla. L (OT) 01 735 at Virginia CommonwealthL (OT) 01 187 at South Florida* T (2OT) 00 681 at St. John’s* T (2OT) 22 393

All-Time Overtime Records ALLTIME PITT SUDDEN DEATH WINS Time Goal Scorer, Opponent 119:23 Kim Sturk, Villanova 114:16 Charity McClure, Georgetown 112:51 Netta Agredano, Seton Hall 111:18 Kara Kunkle, Central Florida 109:56 Ashley Habbel, Georgetown 98:36 Ashley Cuba, DePaul 98:22 Megan Beasley, Buffalo 95:40 Katelyn Ruhe, Providence 95:23 Meta Haley, vs. Central Arkansas 93:29 Netta Agredano, at Arizona 93:20 Katie Caslin, at Connecticut

Date Oct. 1, 2000 Oct. 31, 1997 Sept. 30, 2001 Oct. 1, 1999 Oct. 19, 2008 Oct. 2, 2009 Oct. 17, 1997 Oct. 12, 2008 Aug. 25, 2006 Sept. 8, 2000 Oct. 25, 2009

Result W, 32 (2OT) W, 10 (2OT) W, 10 (2OT) W, 10 (OT) W, 21 (2OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 10 (OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 10 (OT)

ALLTIME SUDDEN DEATH LOSSES Time Goal Scorer, Opponent 109:04 Kendall Loggins, Cincinnati 107:22 Rachael Goulding, at Ohio 106:33 Jamie Craft, at Louisville 104:47 Anne Maddock, Wyoming 103:59 Kelly Blumenshein, vs. Dayton 100:15 Katie Dugan, Robert Morris 99:23 Blake Stockton, vs. Miami, Fla.

Date Oct. 5, 2007 Sept. 10, 2006 Oct. 26, 2006 Sept. 17, 2000 Aug. 29, 2008 Oct.13, 1999 Aug. 31, 2012

Result L, 21 (2OT) L, 21 (2OT) L, 10 (2OT) L, 10 (OT) L, 32 (2OT) L, 21 (OT) L, 10 (OT)

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99:11 96:21 95:30 95:26 94:01 93:33

Laura Johnson, Villanova Jamie Jandasek, at Rutgers Courtney Conrad, at VCU Shannon Smyth, Louisville Lindsay Brauer, at South Florida Marin McDermott, at Penn

Sept. 20, 2002 Sept. 24, 1999 Sept. 9, 2012 Oct. 7, 2007 Oct. 8,2006 Sept. 13, 2009

ALLTIME PITT OVERTIME/DOUBLE OVERTIME GOALS Time Goal Scorer, Opponent Date 96:13 Aidee Mia Mora, Wagner Sept. 23, 1996 115:26 Andrea Kerzner, Wagner Sept. 23, 1996 98:22 Megan Beasley, Buffalo Oct. 17, 1997 114:16 Charity McClure, Georgetown Oct. 31, 1997 111:18 Kara Kunkle, Central Florida Oct. 1, 1999 93:29 Netta Agredano, at Arizona Sept. 8, 2000 119:23 Kim Sturk, Villanova Oct. 1, 2000 112:51 Netta Agredano, Seton Hall Sept. 30, 2001 95:23 Meta Haley, vs. Central Arkansas Aug. 25, 2006 95:40 Katelyn Ruhe, Providence Oct. 12, 2008 109:56 Ashley Habbel, Georgetown Oct. 19, 2008 98:36 Ashley Cuba, DePaul Oct. 2, 2009 93:20 Katie Caslin, at Connecticut Oct. 25, 2009

L, 21 (OT) L, 54 (OT) L, 10 (OT) L, 10 (OT) L, 21 (OT) L, 21 (OT) Result W, 42 (2OT) W, 42 (2OT) W, 10 (2OT) W, 10 (2OT) W, 10 (OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 32 (2OT) W, 10 (2OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 21 (2OT) W, 21 (OT) W, 10 (OT)


2013PittWomen’sSoccer

History/Records

Pitt vs. All Opponents Opponent

Overall WLT

Home WLT

Away WLT

Neutral WLT

First Meeting

Last Meeting

Air Force Akron Arizona Arizona State Auburn Baylor Binghamton Boston College Bowling Green State Bucknell Buffalo UCIrvine Canisius Central Arkansas Central Florida Central Michigan Charlotte Cincinnati Colorado Colorado College Connecticut Cornell Dayton Delaware Denver DePaul Drexel Duquesne Eastern Michigan Fairfield Georgetown Georgia Georgia State Hartford Hofstra Indiana Iowa State Jacksonville James Madison Kennesaw State Kent State Lehigh Liberty Louisville Marquette Marshall MarylandBaltimore County Miami, Fla. Michigan Navy Niagara UNCGreensboro North Carolina State Notre Dame Oakland Ohio Ohio State Old Dominion Oregon State Penn Penn State Providence Richmond Robert Morris Rutgers Sacred Heart St. Bonaventure St. Francis, Pa. St. John’s Seton Hall South Florida Syracuse Temple Texas Toledo Villanova Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Wagner West Virginia Western Carolina Western Michigan Wyoming Xavier Youngstown State

110 110 100 010 011 020 100 050 110 020 310 010 010 100 110 110 020 020 010 001 3110 010 010 100 010 220 010 720 111 010 682 010 010 010 010 010 100 100 010 001 401 110 100 130 071 101 110 130 010 020 111 020 010 0101 110 140 120 210 001 210 090 742 020 620 282 100 210 410 373 290 125 393 100 010 020 3103 130 010 200 2131 100 100 020 200 110

100 100 000 000 001 000 100 030 000 010 300 000 010 000 100 100 010 010 000 001 160 000 000 000 000 100 000 500 001 000 332 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 201 100 000 010 040 001 100 020 000 010 110 000 000 041 100 120 010 100 000 100 040 601 010 410 132 100 110 300 221 250 004 231 000 000 010 341 110 010 100 261 000 100 010 100 100

010 010 100 010 010 010 000 020 100 010 010 010 000 000 010 010 010 010 010 000 250 010 000 000 000 120 010 220 100 010 350 010 010 010 010 000 000 000 010 000 200 010 100 120 031 100 010 100 010 010 001 020 010 060 010 020 110 010 000 010 040 141 010 210 150 000 100 110 152 040 121 162 100 010 010 062 020 000 100 070 000 000 000 100 010

000 000 000 000 000 010 000 000 010 000 000 000 000 100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 010 100 010 000 000 000 010 000 000 000 000 000 000 010 100 100 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 010 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 100 001 100 010 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 100 000 010 000 000

L, 02 (9/25/98) L, 26 (8/22/08) W, 21 (9/8/00) L, 07 (9/10/00) T, 00 (9/23/01) L, 212 (8/30/96) W, 31 (9/1/06) L, 02 (10/11/97) L, 01 (9/13/02) L, 03 (9/3/00) L, 36 (9/27/96) L, 03 (9/19/97) L, 15 (9/21/96) W, 21 (8/25/06) W, 10 (10/1/99) W, 21 (8/31/01) L, 01 (9/7/08) L, 12 (10/5/07) L, 01 (9/18/05) T, 22 (9/2/11) L, 05 (10/24/97) L, 01 (11/3/96) L, 23 (8/29/08) W, 10 (8/28/11) L, 02 (9/16/05) W, 10 (9/26/06) L, 01 (9/11/09) L, 02 (10/3/96) L, 12 (8/27/04) L, 03 (10/21/01) W, 10 (10/31/97) L, 02 (9/9/05) L, 14 (9/7/07) L, 04 (9/18/99) L, 02 (9/21/03) L, 05 (9/8/96) W, 41 (8/31/08) W, 51 (9/1/03) L, 06 (8/26/11) T, 00 (9/11/05) W, 10 (9/17/06) W, 30 (9/8/02) W, 10 (9/7/12) L, 01 (102606) L, 02 (100905) W, 10 (8/28/05) W, 31 (9/6/03) L, 02 (102299) L, 01 (8/19/12) L, 19 (9/7/96) L, 24 (10/12/96) L, 13 (9/9/01) L, 04 (9/3/10) L, 05 (9/12/97) W, 30 (8/29/10) L, 14 (10/25/02) L, 01 (9/15/02) L, 03 (10/25/98) T, 11 (9/20/97) W, 10 (9/10/99) L, 08 (9/13/96) T, 11 (10/12/97) L, 03 (10/25/96) W, 20 (11/6/96) L, 04 (9/28/97) W, 20 (10/13/00) L, 12 (9/14/08) W, 64 (10/8/96) L, 14 (9/14/97) L, 12 (10/6/96) T, 22 (10/07/05) L, 06 (11/1/96) W, 41 (8/27/06) L, 012 (9/1/96) L, 12 (9/4/05) L, 06 (9/26/97) L, 06 (10/26/96) L, 02 (9/29/02) W, 42 (9/23/96) L, 02 (10/16/96) W, 32 (9/7/01) W, 20 (9/3/06) L, 02 (9/27/98) W, 21 (9/14/07) L, 01 (9/15/96)

W, 32 (8/25/00) W, 10 (9/10/10) W, 21 (9/8/00) L, 07 (9/10/00) L, 03 (9/9/07) L, 13 (9/12/99) W, 31 (9/1/06) L, 14 (9/26/04) W, 20 (8/29/04) L, 01 (9/2/01) W, 41 (8/20/10) L, 03 (9/19/97) L, 15 (9/21/96) W, 21 (8/25/06) L, 13 (8/30/03) L, 02 (9/9/11) L, 12 (9/5/10) L, 12 (10/3/10) L, 01 (9/18/05) T, 22 (9/2/11) W, 21 (10/11/12) L, 01 (11/3/96) L, 23 (8/29/08) W, 10 (8/28/11) L, 02 (9/16/05) L, 04 (9/23/12) L, 01 (9/11/09) W, 31 (8/26/12) W, 21 (8/17/12) L, 03 (10/21/01) L, 08 (9/30/12) L, 02 (9/9/05) L, 14 (9/7/07) L, 04 (9/18/99) L, 02 (9/21/03) L, 05 (9/8/96) W, 41 (8/31/08) W, 51 (9/1/03) L, 06 (8/26/11) T, 00 (9/11/05) T, 11 (9/12/10) L, 02 (9/12/03) W, 10 (9/7/12) W, 20 (10/1/10) L, 15 (9/13/12) T, 11 (9/8/06) L, 01 (10/10/04) L, 01 (8/31/12) L, 01 (8/19/12) L, 12 (9/1/99) W, 30 (9/2/07) L, 02 (9/10/04) L, 04 (9/3/10) L, 12 (9/21/12) L, 03 (9/11/11) L, 02 (8/21/11) L, 02 (8/27/10) W, 10 (9/12/04) T, 11 (9/20/97) L, 12 (9/13/09) L, 03 (9/2/12) W, 20 (10/14/12) L, 01 (8/27/00) W, 21 (8/22/12) T, 00 (9/23/11) W, 20 (10/13/00) W, 21 (8/24/12) W, 10 (10/19/04) T, 22 (10/7/12) L, 03 (9/25/11) T, 00 (9/16/12) L, 02 (10/4/12) W, 41 (8/27/06) L, 012 (9/1/96) L, 12 (9/21/08) L, 12 (9/28/12) L, 01 (9/9/12) L, 02 (9/29/02) W, 111 (9/11/98) L, 01 (10/21/11) W, 32 (9/7/01) W, 20 (9/3/06) L, 01 (9/15/00) W, 30 (9/6/09) W, 20 (8/31/07)

9618731

596519

2911310

892

N/A

N/A

Totals

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Pitt vs. All Opponents Date Opponent W/L Score Att. AIR FORCE (110) 9/25/98 A^ L 02 200 8/25/00 H W 32 178 ^USAFA Tournament, Colorado Springs, Colo. AKRON (110) 8/22/08 A 9/10/10 H

L W

26 10

176 103

ARIZONA (100) 9/8/00 A W (OT)

21

696

ARIZONA STATE (010) 9/10/00 A (19) L

07

325

AUBURN (011) 9/23/01 H (21) T (2OT) 9/9/07 A L

00 03

82 398

BAYLOR (020) 8/30/96 A L 212 227 9/12/99 N+ (24) L 13 303 +Maryland Fila Invitational, College Park, Md. BINGHAMTON (100) 9/1/06 H W

31

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BOSTON COLLEGE (050) MP: 5; H: 030; A: 020; N: 000. OT: 000; 2OT: 000. Most GoalsPitt: 1, two times. Most GoalsBC: 4 (9/26/04). Largest Pitt win: N/A. Largest BC win: 3 (41, 9/26/04). Longest Pitt win streak: N/A. Longest BC win streak: 5 (10/11/97current). 10/11/97 A* 10/2/98 H* 10/6/00 H (16) 10/13/02 A 9/26/04 H

L L L L L

02 01 02 13 14

— 203 96 125 103

BOWLING GREEN STATE (110) 9/13/02 N^ L 01 8/29/04 A& W 20

198 127

EASTERN MICHIGAN (111) 9/12/03 A L 02 271 8/27/04 N^ L 12 75 8/19/11 H T (2OT) 22 163 LIBERTY (100) 8/17/12 A W 21 148 9/7/12 A W 10 473 ^BowlingGreenStateTournament,BowlingGreen,Ohio COLORADO (010) 9/18/05 A^ L 01 456 LOUISVILLE (130) FAIRFIELD (010) ^Colorado Soccer Classic, Boulder, Colo. 10/26/06 A (25)$ L (2OT) 01 213 10/21/01 A L 03 75 10/7/07 H* L (OT) 01 288 COLORADO COLLEGE (001) 10/30/08 A$ L 01 — GEORGETOWN (682) 9/2/11 H^ T (2OT) 22 459 10/1/10 A W 20 344 MP: 16; H: 332; A: 350; N: 000. ^Pitt Soccer Classic, Pittsburgh, Pa. $Big East Tournament Quarterfinal, Louisville, Ky. OT: 100; 2OT: 102. Most GoalsPitt: 2, six times. CONNECTICUT (3110) MARQUETTE (071) Most GoalsGeorgetown: 8 (9/30/12). MP: 14; H: 160; A: 250; N: 000. 10/09/05 H* (9) L 02 239 Largest Pitt win: 1, six times. OT: 100; 2OT: 000. 10/6/06 A* L 12 496 Largest Georgetown win: 8 (80, 9/30/12). Most GoalsPitt: 2, two times. 10/26/07 H* L 12 208 Longest Pitt win streak: 2 (10/31/9710/3/99). 10/26/08 Most GoalsUConn: 6 (10/18/98). A* L 02 — Longest Georgetown win streak: 4 Largest Pitt win: 1, three times. 9/27/09 A* T (2OT) 00 — (10/16/99current). Largest UConn win: 6 (60, 10/18/98). 9/26/10 H* L 12 123 Longest Pitt win streak: 2 (10/25/0910/14/11). 9/15/11 A* (8) L 03 308 10/31/97 H* W (OT) 10 90 Longest UConn win streak: 10 9/13/12 H* (24) L 15 267 9/4/98 A* W 21 275 (10/24/9710/25/09). 10/3/99 H*$ T (2OT) 00 125 MARSHALL (101) 10/8/00 A* L 12 300 10/24/97 H* (5) L 05 52 8/28/05 A W 10 190 9/21/01 H* W 21 120 10/18/98 A* (4) L 06 1983 9/8/06 H T (2OT) 11 157 9/27/02 A* L 06 221 10/24/99 H^ (8) L 04 103 ^Marshall Tournament, Huntington, W.Va. 9/26/03 A* W 21 — 10/19/01 A (15) L 03 926 10/27/04 H* L 04 100 10/5/03 H (10) L 03 389 MARYLANDBALTIMORE COUNTY (110) 10/14/05 A* W 21 243 10/22/04 A L 01 697 9/6/03 H W 31 135 10/13/06 H* T (2OT) 11 100 10/23/05 A* L 01 974 10/10/04 A L 01 312 10/21/07 A* L 24 267 10/22/06 H* L 24 220 10/19/08 H* (19) W (2OT) 21 218 10/12/07 A* (17) L 04 1026 MIAMI, FLA. (130) 10/16/09 A* L 03 572 10/10/08 H* L 12 232 10/22/99 H L 02 165 10/15/10 H* L 01 124 10/25/09 A* W (OT) 10 1058 10/12/01 A (24) W 21 387 10/2/11 A* L 06 427 10/24/10 H* W 10 168 10/3/03 H L 01 427 9/30/12 H* (11) L 08 172 10/14/11 A* L 01 1807 8/31/12 N+ L (OT) 01 735 10/11/12 H* W 21 323 +WVU 90 Minute Classic, Morgantown, W.Va. GEORGIA (010) 9/09/05 A^ L 02 1916 CORNELL (010) MICHIGAN (010) ^Georgia Nike Tournament, Athens, Ga. 11/3/96 A L 01 — 8/19/12 A L 01 579 CINCINNATI (020) 10/5/07 H* L (2OT) 10/3/10 A* L

12 12

DAYTON (010) 8/29/08 N^ L (2OT) 23 ^Illinois Tournament, Champaign, Ill.

171 383

^Ohio State Tournament, Columbus, Ohio

DELAWARE (100) 8/28/11 N^ W 10 50 ^James Madison Invitational, Harrisonburg, Va.

BUCKNELL (020) 9/3/00 A 9/2/01 H

DENVER (010) 9/16/05 N^ L 02 — ^Colorado Soccer Classic, Boulder, Colo.

&Bowling Green StateTournament, Bowling Green, Ohio

L L

03 01

135 161

BUFFALO (310) 9/27/96 A L 10/17/97 H W (OT) 8/21/09 H W 8/20/10 H W

36 10 10 41

— 75 253 173

UCIRVINE (010) 9/19/97 A^ L 03 337 ^UCIrvine Nike Tournament, Irvine, Calif. CANISIUS (010) 9/21/96 H

L

15

179

CENTRAL ARKANSAS (100) 8/25/06 N^ W (OT) 21 300 ^Temple Tournament, Philadelphia, Pa. CENTRAL FLORIDA (110) 10/1/99 H^ W (OT) 10 85 8/30/03 A^ L 13 321 ^Central Florida Tournament, Orlando, Fla. CENTRAL MICHIGAN (110) 8/31/01 H W 21 9/9/11 A L 02

90 510

CHARLOTTE (020) 9/7/08 H 9/5/10 A

312 673

70

L L

01 12

GEORGIA STATE (010) 9/7/07 A

L

14

HARTFORD (010) 9/18/99 A& (7) L 04 &rescheduled to Sept. 18 because of Hurricane Floyd HOFSTRA (010) 9/21/03 A

L

02

95

10/3/96 8/30/97 10/7/98 8/29/99 10/22/00 9/6/02 9/28/03 9/3/04 8/26/12

H A H A H H A H H

L L W W W W W W W

02 141 01 252 10 89 10 1611 10 311 20 103 30 527 41 150 31 472

NIAGARA (111) 10/12/96 H L 9/7/97 A T (2OT) 9/2/07 H W

JAMES MADISON (010) 8/26/11 A^ L 06 492 ^James Madison Invitational, Harrisonburg, Va. KENNESAW STATE (001) 9/11/05 N^ T (2OT) 00 71 ^Georgia Nike Tournament, Athens, Ga. KENT STATE (401) 9/17/06 H W 10 167 9/16/07 A W 21 — 9/12/08 H W 10 91 9/4/09 A W 10 165 9/12/10 H& T (2OT) 11 228 &played at North Allegheny High School, Wexford, Pa. W

30

24 00 30

125 125 186

262

INDIANA (010) 9/8/96 N^ L 05 ^Navy Invitational, Annapolis, Md.

LEHIGH (110) 9/8/02 H

— 150

225

57 DEPAUL (220) 9/29/06 A* W 10 222 IOWA STATE (100) 10/2/09 H* W (OT) 21 143 8/31/08 N^ W 41 — 10/28/10 A% L 01 223 ^Illinois Tournament, Champaign, Ill. 9/23/12 A* L 04 126 %Big East Tournament Quarterfinal, Chicago, Ill. JACKSONVILLE (100) 9/1/03 N^ W 51 45 DREXEL (010) ^Central Florida Tournament, Orlando, Fla. 9/11/09 A L 01 50 DUQUESNE (720) MP: 9; H: 500; A: 220; N: 000. OT: 000; 2OT: 000. Most GoalsPitt: 4 (9/3/04). Most GoalsDU: 2 (10/3/96). Largest Pitt win: 3, two times. Largest DU win: 2 (20, 10/3/96). Longest Pitt win streak: 7 (10/7/98current). Longest DU win streak: 2 (10/3/9610/7/98).

NAVY (020) 9/7/96 A^ L 19 9/1/99 H# L 12 ^Navy Invitational, Annapolis, Md.

115

UNCGREENSBORO (020) 9/9/01 A^ L 13 295 9/10/04 A& L 02 338 &UNCGreensboro Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. ^adidas/Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. NORTH CAROLINA STATE (010) 9/3/10 A L 04

731

NOTRE DAME (0101) MP: 11; H: 041; A: 060; N: 000. OT: 000; 2OT: 001. Most GoalsPitt: 1, three times. Most GoalsND: 9 (9/6/98). Largest Pitt win: N/A. Largest ND win: 8 (91, 9/6/98). Longest Pitt win streak: N/A. Longest ND win streak: 9 (9/12/9710/4/09). 9/12/97 H* (2) L 9/6/98 A* (2) L 10/10/99 H*^ (6) L 9/24/00 A* (1) L 9/28/01 H* (4) L 10/4/02 A* L 10/19/03 H* (2) L 9/24/04 A* (1) L 10/1/06 A* (1) L 10/4/09 H* (10) T (2OT) 9/21/12 A* L

05 376 19 658 05 168 01 827 04 561 05 730 01 200 13 2087 05 2681 00 324 12 1345


2013PittWomen’sSoccer

History/Records

Pitt vs. All Opponents OAKLAND (110) 8/29/10 H 9/11/11 A OHIO (140) 10/25/02 9/10/06 9/23/07 8/22/10 8/21/11

W L

30 03

174 250

H L A L (2OT) H W H L A L

14 12 10 02 02

89 410 144 197 303

OHIO STATE (120) 9/15/02 A^ L 01 457 8/30/09 A W 21 361 8/27/10 H L 02 306 ^Ohio State Tournament, Columbus, Ohio OLD DOMINION (210) 10/25/98 A L 03 325 10/17/99 H# W 30 312 9/12/04 N& W 10 75 &UNCGreensboro Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. OREGON STATE (001) 9/20/97 N^ T (2OT) 11 89 ^UCIrvine Nike Tournament, Irvine, Calif. PENN (210) 9/10/99 N^ W 10 178 9/5/08 H W 31 223 9/13/09 A L (OT) 12 100 ^Maryland Fila Invitational, College Park, Md. PENN STATE (090) MP: 9; H: 040; A: 040; N: 010. OT: 000; 2OT: 000. Most GoalsPitt: 2, two times. Most GoalsPSU: 8 (9/13/96). Largest Pitt win: N/A. Largest PSU win: 8 (80, 9/13/96). Longest Pitt win streak: N/A. Longest PSU win streak: 9 (9/13/96current).

Most GoalsPitt: 2 (9/22/00). Most GoalsSHU: 6 (10/26/07). Largest Pitt win: 1, two times. Largest SHU win: 6 (60, 10/26/97). Longest Pitt win streak: 1, two times. Longest SHU win streak: 5 (10/6/02current).

OT: 010; 2OT: 000. Most GoalsPitt: 6 (10/22/98). Most GoalsRMU: 3 (10/22/98). Largest Pitt win: 4, two times. Largest RMU win: 1, two times. Longest Pitt win streak: 2, three times. Longest RMU win streak: 2, two times. 11/6/96 10/22/98 10/13/99 9/17/00 10/26/01 10/16/02 10/15/03 8/22/12

H A H$ A H A H H

W W L (OT) W W L W W

20 63 12 32 51 12 40 21

— — 120 457 143 55 140 293

RUTGERS (282) MP: 12; H: 132; A: 150; N: 000. OT: 010; 2OT: 002. Most GoalsPitt: 4 (9/24/99). Most GoalsRutgers: 6 (10/2/05). Largest Pitt win: 1, two times. Largest Rutgers win: 4, two times. Longest Pitt win streak: 1, two times. Longest Rutgers win streak: 4 (9/24/9910/12/03). 9/28/97 A* L 04 307 9/20/98 H*^ W 32 — 9/24/99 A* L (OT) 45 311 9/29/00 H* L 23 157 10/7/01 A* L 03 495 9/22/02 H* L 01 110 10/12/03 H* T (2OT) 00 190 10/17/04 A* W 10 401 10/02/05 H* L 26 193 10/27/05 A$ L 03 227 10/3/08 A* L 01 1011 9/23/11 H* T (2OT) 00 258 $Big East Tournament, Piscataway, N.J.

10/6/96 10/26/97 10/16/98 10/8/99 9/22/00 9/30/01 10/6/02 10/10/03 9/30/05 10/5/08 9/25/11

H L H* L A* L H*$ W A* L H* W (2OT) A L H* L H* L A* L H* L

12 06 14 10 23 10 13 12 02 01 03

103 38 206 207 225 83 150 89 191 220 230

SOUTH FLORIDA (125) 10/07/05 H* T (2OT) 10/8/06 A* L (OT) 10/26/07 H* T (2OT) 10/24/08 A* W 9/24/09 H* T (2OT) 9/23/10 A* L 9/18/11 H* T (2OT) 9/16/12 A* T (2OT)

22 12 00 10 00 02 22 00

112 322 155 780 211 709 374 681

SYRACUSE (393) MP: 15; H: 231; A: 162; N: 000. OT: 000; 2OT: 003. Most GoalsPitt: 4 (9/24/06). Most GoalsSU: 6 (11/1/96). Largest Pitt win: 2 (42, 9/24/06). Largest SU win: 6 (60, 11/1/96). Longest Pitt win streak: 2 (9/24/069/25/08). Longest SU win streak: 6 (11/1/9610/1/04).

11/1/96 A L 06 412 10/4/97 A* L 05 985 10/11/98 H*^ L 14 32 11/4/98 A& L 02 367 SACRED HEART (100) 9/13/96 A (21) L 08 463 10/20/00 A L 12 519 10/13/00 H W 20 75 10/19/97 H L 12 110 10/27/02 H* L 13 230 9/1/98 A (25) L 15 328 10/1/04 A T (2OT) 11 349 ST. BONAVENTURE (210) 10/31/99 H^ (5) L 17 126 9/25/05 H* T (2OT) 00 232 9/14/08 H& L 12 127 9/1/00 A (4) L 06 721 9/24/06 A* W 42 — 9/20/09 H W 40 167 10/28/01 H (4) L 26 223 9/28/07 H* W 21 222 8/24/12 A W 21 132 9/1/02 A (6) L 27 815 A* L 01 92 &played at Upper St. Clair High School, Upper St. Clair 9/25/08 9/4/11 H^ L 03 493 10/11/09 H* W 10 169 9/2/12 N (3)+ L 03 702 10/10/10 A* T (2OT) 11 337 ST. FRANCIS, PA. (410) +WVU 90 Minute Classic, Morgantown, W.Va. 10/7/11 H* L 03 319 10/8/96 H W 64 106 ^Pitt Soccer Classic, Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/4/12 A* L 02 338 10/16/01 H W 40 35 &Big East Tournament Quarterfinal, Syracuse, N.Y. 8/30/02 A W 21 250 PROVIDENCE (742) 9/14/03 A L 01 215 MP: 13; H: 601; A: 141; N: 000. TEMPLE (100) 10/19/04 H W 10 178 OT: 100; 2OT: 002. 8/27/06 A^ W 41 300 Most GoalsPitt: 3, two times. ^Temple Tournament, Philadelphia, Pa. ST. JOHN’S (373) Most GoalsPC: 3 (10/16/11). MP: 13; H: 221; A: 152; N: 000. Largest Pitt win: 2, two times. TEXAS (010) OT: 000; 2OT: 003. Largest PC win: 3 (10/16/11). 9/1/96 A L 012 570 Most GoalsPitt: 6 (10/9/11). Longest Pitt win streak: 3 (9/29/0410/14/07). Most GoalsSJU: 4, two times. Longest PC win streak: 1, four times. TOLEDO (020) Largest Pitt win: 5 (10/9/11). 9/4/05 H L 12 278 Largest SJU win: 3, two times. 10/12/97 A* T (2OT) 11 — 9/21/08 A L 12 129 Longest Pitt win streak: 1, three times. 10/4/98 H*^ W 32 — Longest SJU win streak: 2, two times. 10/15/00 H T (2OT) 11 103 VILLANOVA (3103) 10/11/02 A L 02 100 MP: 16; H: 341; A: 062; N: 000. 9/14/97 H* L 14 38 9/29/04 H W 10 99 OT: 110; 2OT: 003. 9/13/98 A* W 43 112 10/21/05 A* W 10 227 Most GoalsPitt: 3, two times. 9/19/99 A L 12 — 10/20/06 H* W 32 121 Most GoalsVU: 6 (9/26/97). 9/19/03 A T (2OT) 11 374 10/14/07 A* L 12 227 Largest Pitt win: 3 (30, 10/17/10). 10/15/04 A L 01 279 10/12/08 H* W (OT) 21 266 Largest VU win: 6 (60, 9/26/97). 9/23/05 A* L 01 336 10/23/09 A* L 01 209 Longest Pitt win streak: 1, three times. 9/22/06 H* T (2OT) 11 218 10/22/10 H* W 20 142 Longest VU win streak: 6 (10/5/0110/19/07). 9/30/07 A L 14 301 10/16/11 A* L 03 263 9/28/08 H* W 10 148 10/14/12 H* W 20 261 9/26/97 A* L 06 120 10/9/09 H* (22) L 01 173 9/18/98 H* W 10 128 10/8/10 A* L 01 701 RICHMOND (020) 9/26/99 A* L 02 205 10/9/11 H* W 61 193 10/25/96 A L 03 179 10/1/00 H* W (OT) 32 103 10/7/12 A* T (2OT) 22 393 8/27/00 H L 01 162 10/5/01 A* L 04 211 9/20/02 H* L (OT) 12 115 SETON HALL (290) ROBERT MORRIS (620) 10/25/03 A* L 02 587 MP: 11; H: 250; A: 040; N: 000. MP: 8; H: 410; A: 210; N: 000. 10/24/04 H* L 13 215 OT: 000; 2OT: 100.

10/16/05 10/15/06 10/19/07 10/17/08 10/18/09 10/17/10 9/30/11 9/28/12

A* L H* (23) L A* T (2OT) H* T (2OT) A* T (2OT) H* W A* L H* L

01 02 00 00 00 30 13 12

711 101 201 192 173 139 411 365

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH (130) 10/26/96 A L 06 11/2/97 H L 01 10/20/02 H W 32 9/9/12 A L (OT) 01

— 75 155 187

VIRGINIA TECH (010) 9/29/02 H WAGNER (200) 9/23/96 H 9/11/98 A

L

02

225

W (OT) W

42 111

— 121

WEST VIRGINIA (2131) MP: 13; H: 261; A: 070; N: 000. OT: 000; 2OT: 001. Most GoalsPitt: 2, two times. Most GoalsWVU: 6 (10/6/04). Largest Pitt win: 1, two times. Largest WVU win: 5 (61, 10/6/04). Longest Pitt win streak: 1, two times. Longest WVU win streak: 7 (10/31/989/1/05). 10/16/96 10/8/97 10/31/98 9/29/99 10/4/00 10/10/01 9/18/02 10/23/03 10/6/04 9/01/05 9/15/06 9/21/07 9/18/08 9/18/09 9/28/10 10/21/11

H L H* W A* L A* L H* L A* L H* (11) L A* (7) L H* (20) L H* (10) W A* (7) L H* (15) L A* (14) L H* (25) T (2OT) A* L H* (18) L

02 10 02 15 02 01 24 12 16 21 14 13 04 11 03 01

115 110 263 111 75 341 108 387 153 478 779 340 565 437 426 644

WESTERN CAROLINA (100) 9/7/01 N^ W 32 — ^adidas/Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. WESTERN MICHIGAN (100) 9/3/06 H W

20

123

WYOMING (020) 9/27/98 N^ L 02 50 9/15/00 H L (OT) 01 133 ^USAFA Tournament, Colorado Springs, Colo. XAVIER (200) 9/14/07 H 9/6/09 A

W W

21 30

211 234

YOUNGSTOWN STATE (110) 9/15/96 A L 01 8/31/07 H W 20

— 302

71


Pittsburgh Panthers Soccer 2013 Women’s Schedule VIRGINIA*

at Kentucky (exh.)

Sunday, September 22 · 1 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Friday, August 16 · 11 a.m. Lexington, Ky.

NORTH CAROLINA*

at Duquesne

Thursday, September 26 · 7 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Sunday, August 25 · 3 p.m. Pittsburgh, Pa.

at Ohio State

at Notre Dame*

Wednesday, August 28 · 7 p.m. Columbus, Ohio

Sunday, September 29 · 1 p.m. South Bend, Ind.

BUCKNELL

SYRACUSE*

Friday, August 30 · 5 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Sunday, October 6 · 1 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

at Miami*

Sunday, September 1 · Noon Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Thursday, October 10 · 7 p.m. Coral Gables, Fla.

at Robert Morris

at Florida State*

Wednesday, September 4 · 5 p.m. Moon Township, Pa.

Sunday, October 13 · 1 p.m. Tallahassee, Fla.

TOLEDO

VIRGINIA TECH* Sunday, October 20 · 1 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Friday, September 6 · 6 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

BOSTON COLLEGE*

at Wake Forest*

Thursday, September 12 · 7 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Thursday, October 24 · 7 p.m. Winston-Salem, N.C.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE* Sunday, September 15 · 1 p.m. Ambrose Urbanic Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

at Duke* Sunday, October 27 · 1 p.m. Durham, N.C.

at Maryland*

at Clemson*

Thursday, October 31 · 7 p.m. College Park, Md.

Thursday, September 19 · 7 p.m. Clemson, S.C.

2013 ACC Tournament November 3-10 Campus sites, Cary, N.C. * - denotes ACC matches · Home matches in Bold · All times are Eastern Time Zone


2013 Pitt Women's Soccer Media Guide