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WOME N'S SOCCER General Information..........................1-4 Table of Contents...........................................1 Quick Facts.....................................................1 Program History..............................................1 Coaching Staff................................................1 Media Information..........................................1 Athletic Media Relations................................1 Roster..............................................................2 Head Coach Lindsey Vandserspiegel............3 Assistant Coaches..........................................4

SHOOTING AT EAGLE FIELD Any media wishing to shoot still photography or video of a Georgia Southern soccer match is welcome to do so. However, all photographers are required to stay off the field of play as well as outside of both team areas. It is recommended that photographers stand several yards off the sideline to reduce the risk of injury. Also, no children are allowed near the field of play, including the track.

Meet The Eagles................................. 5-18 Player Profiles........................................... 6-18

PLAYER INTERVIEWS All student-athlete interviews must be coordinated through the athletics media relations office at least one day in advance. For reporters unable to staff a practice session, student-athlete phone interviews can be arranged by contacting the GSU Athletics Media Relations Office no later than 2:00 p.m. on the day an interview is requested.

2011 season in review................... 19-22 2010 Overall Statistics................................20 2010 Conference Only Statistics................21 2010 Southern Conference Recap.............22 record book and history............. 23-35 All-Time Honors............................................24 Individual Career Records...........................25 Individual Game Records............................26 Individual Season Records..........................27 Team Records...............................................28 Annual Leaders............................................29 Series Records....................................... 30-31 Year-by-Year Results...............................32-34 Year-by-Year Records....................................34 All-Time Letterwinners.................................35 ABOUT GEORGIA SOUTHERN.............. 36-40 The Southern Conference............................36 This is Georgia Southern.............................37 Iron Works.....................................................38 Sports Medicine...........................................39 Academic Services.......................................39 Dr. Brooks A. Keel........................................40 Sam Baker....................................................40

INTERVIEWS WITH COACH Please contact the AMR office if you desire an interview with coach Vanderspigel. PRACTICE COVERAGE Any media member wishing to cover practice sessions is welcome to do so. The AMR office appreciates advance notice when you are planning to attend in order to provide maximum service. CREDITS The 2011 Georgia Southern Women’s Soccer Media Guide is a production of the GSU Athletic Media Relations Office, and was written, designed and edited by AJ Henderson. Cover was designed by Henderson. Special thanks to Torye Hurst, Rose Carter, Barrett Gillham and head men’s soccer coach Kevin Kennedy for editing services. Photography provided by GSU Photographic Services, Frank Fortune, Suzanne Oliver, Willis Glassgow, SoCon photos and GSU Athletic Media Relations.

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AJ Henderson Asst. Media Relations Director (W Soccer)

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QUICK FACTS Location...........................Statesboro, Georgia Founded...................................................1906 Enrollment............................................19.086 Nickname.............................................. Eagles Colors.......................................Blue and White Home Field.....................................Eagle Field Capacity..................................................... 500 Affiliation..................................NCAA Division I Conference........................................Southern President............................ Dr. Brooks A. Keel Athletics Director............................Sam Baker Senior Woman Administrator..... Cathy Beene Faculty Ath. Rep................Dr. Chris Geyerman Website.....www.GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Soccer.................................1993 Overall All-Time Record................145-180-16 Overall Conference Record.................64-87-7 SoCon Tournament App./Last......... 10/2006 2010 Record..........................................5-12-1 2010 SoCon Record................................ 2-8-1 2010 SoCon Finish.................................. 12th 2010 Final Ranking...................................N/A COACHING STAFF Head Coach.................Lindsey Vanderspiegel Alma Mater (yr)....... William & Mary (2004) GSU Record (yrs)...........................First Year Career Record (yrs)............................ Same Office Phone...................... (912) 478-0270 Assistant Coach.......................Brian Dunleavy Alma Mater (yr) ................... Hofstra (2004) Office Phone...................... (912) 478-1146 Athletic Media Relations Asst. AD / Media Relations........................TBA Office Phone........................ 912-478-0352 Asst. AMR/Women’s Soccer..... AJ Henderson Office Phone.........................912-478-5071 Cell Phone............................912-678-5052 E-mail.ajhenderson@georgiasouthern.edu Interim AMR Director..............Barrett Gillham Office Phone........................ 912-478-5448 Fax............................................ 912-478-0046 Mailing Address..........................PO Box 8085 ....................... Georgia Southern University ................................ Statesboro, GA 30460 Overnight Address.....Ga. Southern University ...................................... Hanner Fieldhouse ................................................... Suite 1300 ................................ Statesboro, GA 30460

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2011 Eagle roster NO. NAME POS. HT. CL. HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) 0 Katie Merson GK 5-7 So. Albuquerque, N.M. (Eldorado) 1 Kailey Kiefus GK 5-8 So. North Tustin, Calif. (Gonzaga) (Foothill) 2 Kyrstin Smith M 5-2 Sr. Acworth, Ga. (Tennessee) (Harrison) 3 Carlee Storey M 5-7 Jr. Medford, Ore. (Samford) 4 Kaitlin Payne F/M 5-2 So. Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholz) 6 Laine Hobbs M 5-8 Sr. Dublin, Ga. (Middle Georgia College) 7 Zoe Van Gorder D 5-9 Jr. Park City, Utah (Utah) (Park City) 8 Alanna Rudd F/M 5-7 So. Hampton, England (Kingston College) 9 McKenna Storey M 5-10 So. Medford, Ore. (North Medford) 10 Morgan Springer M 5-6 Jr. Mandeville, La. (Northlake Christian) 11 Christine Watts M 5-6 Jr. Duluth, Ga. (South Carolina) (Peachtree Ridge) 12 Paige Grant D 5-7 So. Albuquerque, N.M. (Eldorado) 13 Sydney Keer D 5-6 So. Gambrills, Md. (Arundel) 14 Lindsey Vasher F/M 5-6 Fr. Richmond Hill, Ga. (Richmond Hill) 15 Courtney Collins M/F 5-7 Jr. Mason, Ohio (William Mason) 16 Lindsay Hammer M 5-5 So. Evans, Ga. (Greenbrier) 17 Sara Oland F 5-4 Sr. Evans, Ga. (Greenbrier) 18 Alex Murphy F 5-6 So. Cincinnati, Ohio (Finneytown) 19 Candace Marshall F 5-2 Sr. Bridgewater, Mass. (Bridgewater-Raynham Regional) 20 Nicole Heiser D 5-6 Fr. Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) 21 McKenzie Stanford D 5-5 Fr. Norcross, Ga. (Wesleyan School) 23 Katy Phillips M 5-2 So. Ocala, Fla. (Trinity Catholic) 24 Holly Dyer F/M 5-4 Jr. Auburn, Ga. (Apalachee) 25 Sammie Norman D 5-5 So. Annapolis, Md. (Broadneck) 26 Emily Archer F/M 5-6 So. Cornelius, N.C. (Belmont Abbey) (North Mecklenburg) 29 Sydnie Van Curen M/F 5-3 Fr. Rincon, Ga. (Effingham County) Head Coach: Lindsey Vanderspiegel (William & Mary, 2004), First Season Assistant Coach: Brian Dunleavy (Hofstra, 2004), First Season Graduate Assistant Coach: Ryan Lewis (Coker College, 2010), First Season Operations Director: Erica Lippitt (North Florida, 2009), Second Season By Position Goalkeepers (2): Katie Merson, Kailey Kiefus Forwards (7): Emily Archer, Holly Dyer, Candace Marshall, Alex Murphy, Sara Oland, Alanna Rudd, Lindsey Vasher Midfielders (9): Courtney Collins, Lindsay Hammer, Katy Phillips, Krystin Smith, Morgan Springer, Carlee Storey, McKenna Storey, Sydnie Van Curen, Christine Watts Defenders (6): Zoe Van Gorder, Paige Grant, Nicole Heiser, Sydney Keer, Sammie Norman, McKenzie Stanford

By Class Seniors (3) Candace Marshall, Sara Oland, Krystin Smith Juniors (6) Courtney Collins, Holly Dyer, Zoe Van Gorder, Morgan Springer, Carlee Storey, Christine Watts Sophomore (12) Emily Archer, Lindsay Hammer, Paige Grant, Sydney Keer, Kailey Kiefus, Katie Merson, Alex Murphy, Sammie Norman, Kaitlin Payne, Katy Phillips, Alanna Rudd, McKenna Storey Sophomore (4) Nicole Heiser, McKenzie Stanford, Sydnie Van Curen, Lindsey Vasher

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Lindsey vanderspiegel HC

Head Coach // First Season // William & Mary (2004)

An assistant coach for the Hofstra women’s soccer program for the last four seasons, Lindsey Vanderspiegel has been named the new women’s soccer coach for the Eagles, as announced by Georgia Southern Director of Athletics Sam Baker. Vanderspiegel helped lead the Pride to its most successful seasons in school history and two NCAA second-round championship appearances. Vanderspiegel joined Hofstra in 2007 as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator and helped guide the Pride to a 58-21-3 record over four years. Hofstra captured the Colonial Athletic Association tournament in 2007 and regular season championship in 2010, with victories in the NCAA postseason tournament both years. The Pride registered an 11-0 mark in league play in 2010, the first CAA team to post an unbeaten and untied record since 1998. Hofstra also earned its first national ranking in school history this past season with a ranking as high as 18th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. A 2004 William & Mary graduate, Vanderspiegel earned numerous accolades as a midfielder for the Tribe. A three-time selection to the NSCAA All-Region team and 2000 Freshman All-America team member, she was the Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Soccer Player of the Year in 2002, 2001 CAA tournament MVP and 2000

CAA Rookie of the Year. Vanderspiegel was a first-team pick all four seasons and she owns championship rings as a member of three conference title teams during her career. The CAA bestowed another honor upon Vanderspiegel in August 2009 when she was named to the league’s 25th Anniversary Women’s Soccer Team in conjunction with its Silver Anniversary celebration. While at Hostra, Vanderspiegel coached the girls U-11 Long Island FC team and had previously coached the Beach FC Soccer Club, leading the U-14 team to a Hampton Roads Girls Soccer Association championship in 2005. Vanderspiegel has continued to play competitively after her collegiate career as a member of the New York Athletic Club, Long Island Rough Riders and Hampton Road Piranhas of the W-League. Vanderspiegel holds an undergraduate degree in sociology and is pursuing a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy studies.

California (1) Kailey Kiefus England (1) Alanna Rudd Florida (1) Katy Phillips Georgia (9) Holly Dyer, Lindsay Hammer, Sara Oland, Kyrstin Smith, McKenzie Stanford, Lindsey Vasher, Christine Watts, Sydnie Van Curen Louisiana (1) Morgan Springer Maryland (2) Sydney Keer, Sammie Norman Massachusetts (1) Candace Marshall New Mexico (2) Paige Grant, Katie Merson North Carolina (1) Emily Archer Ohio (3) Courtney Collins, Alex Murphy, Nicole Heiser Oregon (2) Carlee Storey, McKenna Storey Utah (1) Zoe Van Gorder

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Assistant Coach // First Season // Hofstra (2004)

Brian joins the Eagles after a two-year coaching stint at Saint Leo University in Dade City, Fla. working with the men’s soccer program. While at Saint Leo, the Lions, who compete in the Division II Sunshine State Conference, posted a 15-15 overall record. He oversaw the development of the Lions defenders and the SLU defensive strategy. Before coming to Saint Leo, Dunleavy was the head men’s soccer coach at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, an NCAA Division III institution in the Bronx, NY where he spent a year directing the Dolphins. Prior to his stint in the Bronx, he spent two years as a staff coach for the Long Island Rough Riders in the Professional Development League’s Youth Academy located in Long Island, NY which came after he served four years as an assistant coach at Hofstra University. While at Hofstra, Dunleavy was responsible for both administrative tasks and on field coaching. Dunleavy also assisted in team travel planning for trips and aided in community outreach programs as well as with fund raising efforts with alumni and the community. Dunleavy also oversaw the academic progress of student-athletes by overseeing weekly study halls. On the field, he assisted the head coach with the organization and execution of practice sessions and also organized game day video for the team. Dunleavy graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in English and American Literature from the Hofstra University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. A native of Levittown, NY, Dunleavy currently resides in Statesboro.

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Volunteer Goalkeepers Coach 1st Season // Coker College (2010)

Operations Director 2nd Season // North Florida (2009)

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Ryan Lewis, a 2010 graduate of Coker College joins the Eagle coaching staff for the 2011 season as goalkeepers coach for both the men’s and women’s programs. Lewis worked with the Cobra keepers during the 2011 spring semester before joining the Eagles and a graduate assistant. He appeared in 29 career matches over four seasons at Coker. Over that time, he made 102 career saves and was credited with seven wins between the pipes. A native of Satellite Beach, Fla., Lewis went to Satellite High School. His hobbies include surfing, wakeboarding and fishing. Lewis now resides in Statesboro.

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Erica Lippitt is in her second season with the Eagles coaching staff as graduate assistant coach. The Marietta, Ga., native brings four years of coaching experience to Statesboro, working with the First Coast Soccer Association from 2008 through 2010. She also coached at Providence School during the 2009-10 season. Lippitt played goalkeeper for two seasons at the University of North Florida, after transferring from Drexel University. Following her collegiate career, Lippitt played professionally for two seasons. In 2008, she played with the Bradenton Athletics of the W-League and spent the 2009 with the Thomasville Dragons of the Women’s Premier Soccer League. She was a four-year letterwinner at Pope High School in Marietta, Ga. As a freshman, she led her team to the 2002 state championship, and was selected to the Senior All-Star Game in 2005. Lippitt earned a bachelor’s degree in sport management from North Florida in 2009. She has a class C coaching license from the United State Soccer Federation, and a goalkeeping diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

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F // SR // 5-2 // Bridgewater, Mass. // Bridgewater-Raynham Regional the Sport Management program...Favorite professional team is the New England Patriots...Favorite pre-game meal is pasta...Has not yet declared a major.

JUNIOR (2010) - Played in four games with three starts before suffering a season-ending injury. SOPHOMORE (2009) - Started 12 games with appearances in 17 contests...Took seven shots with two on frame, forcing a save against Georgetown (8-30) and The Citadel (10-8)...Played entire game against Georgia State (9-13). FRESHMAN (2008) - Appeared in nine games...Recorded a shot on goal against Georgia State...Appeared in seven straight games (97:10-3)...Played a season high 71 minutes at Mercer (9-12). HIGH SCHOOL - Played for the New England Eagles and South Coast Scorpions...An honor roll student and a three-year letterwinner for the Bridgewater-Raynham Trojans, she received several local, league and regional accolades, including being named to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald and Brockton Enterprise all-star teams...As a senior and team captain, was league’s leading scorer, and helped pace the Knights to Old Colony League titles as a junior and senior. PERSONAL - Born Candace Roiale Marshall on September 11, 1989 in Boston, Massachusetts to Jennifer and Roy Marshall...Lists her favorite hobbies: soccer, shopping and spending time with friends... Three people she would like to invite to dinner are Rodney Harrison, Teddy Bruschi and Mia Hamm...Chose Georgia Southern because of

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GP-GS

SH

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A

GW

PTS

2008

9-0

1

0

0

0

0

2009

17-12

7

0

0

0

0

2010

4-3

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

30-15

8

0

0

0

0

2

MF // SR // 5-2 // Acworth, Ga. // Univ. of Tennessee // Harrison

JUNIOR (2010) - Stated five games and played in nine matches... Scored second career goal (unassisted) in the 3-2 victory over Charleston Southern (9-5) took eight shots with five on goal. SOPHOMORE (2009) - Started 10 games with appearances in 15 contests...Scored a goal against Charleston Southern (8-22)...Took 10 shots, placing six on frame...Played full 90 minutes against Georgetown (8-30) and Wofford (10-18). TENNESSEE (2007-2008) - Redshirted in 2007... Appeared in one game in 2008...Team won the 2008 SEC Tournament Championship... Appeared against Florida...Recorded seven minutes of game action. HIGH SCHOOL - A varsity letterwinner in soccer at Harrison High School...Helped the Hoyas to three straight regional championships (2005-07)...Reached the state finals in 2006 and the state semifinals in 2007...Also lettered in cross country as a freshman at Harrison...An ODP regional pool member for five years...Played in the Olympic Development Program (ODP) nationals in 2004...Played on the same club team as fellow freshman Kelsey Troutman...GSA ‘89 Phoenix Red finished third in the nation in 2003. PERSONAL - President of the Bully Prevention Program at Harrison...Member of the AVID program which aims to prepare students for four-year college eligibility...Traveled to 20 different states with her club

and ODP teams...Reaching club nationals in 2003 is her biggest thrill in soccer to date...Admires and models herself on the field after Michael Jordan...Goal is to win a national championship...Born Feb. 26, 1989, in Atlanta, Ga., to Phil and Kitty Smith.

SMITH’s CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2009

15-10

10

1

0

0

2

2010

9-5

8

1

0

0

2

TOTAL

24-15

18

2

0

0

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F // SR // 5-4 // Evans, Ga. // Greenbrier

JUNIOR (2010) - Led the Eagles in scoring while starting all 18 games and playing over 1,400 minutes...Scored nine goals and made one assist in junior season...Ranked sixth in the Southern Conference in goals scored, one goal shy of leading the league...Scored gamewinning goals against Charleston Southern (9-5), Coastal Carolina (919) and Wofford (9-24)...Scored twice in the 3-0 victory over Wofford (9-24)... Took team-high 37 shots with 23 on goal. SOPHOMORE (2009) - Started 16 games with appearances in all 18 matches...Led the team with seven points and scored a team-high three goals...Scored against The Citadel (10-8), Davidson (10-31), and scored the first goal of the 3-2 win over Wofford (10-18)...Also had an assist on the game winner against Wofford...Took 17 shots with six on goal...Played a season-high 86 minutes against Furman (10-16). FRESHMAN (2008) - Appeared in 14 games off the bench... Scored a goal in her first career game played (8-22)...Recorded nine shots with five coming on goal. HIGH SCHOOL - A three-year letterwinner at Greenbrier HS, she was named to all-county and all-region teams...A member of the National Honor Society, she helped lead the Wolfpack to two regional championships in 2004 and 2006, while also leading basketball and softball to similar success at GHS, including a softball state champi2011 MEDIA GUIDE

onship in 2004. PERSONAL - Born Sara Renee Oland on January 17, 1990 in Denver, Colorado to Mark and Leonora Oland...Hobbies include: soccer, basketball, softball and spending time with friends...Favorite place on campus is the RAC...Chose Georgia Southern because of the campus, coaches and teammates...Favorite sports figure is Alex Rodriguez and favorite pro sports team is the New York Yankees...Majoring in education.

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YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2008

14-0

9

1

0

0

2

2009

18-16

17

3

1

0

7

2010

18-18

37

9

1

3

19

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50-34

63

13

2

3

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MF-F // JR // 5-7 // Mason, Ohio // William Mason

SOPHOMORE (2010) - Started all 18 games... Ranked third on the team in points with five...Scored first career goal against Chattanooga (10-22)...Assisted on three goals including the game winning goal against Coastal Carolina (9-19)...Took 15 shots with seven on goal. FRESHMAN (2009) - Started two games with appearances in all 18 contests...Took nine shots with four on frame...Had three shots on goal in last four matches...Played a season-high 84 minutes against Chattanooga (10-25). HIGH SCHOOL - Played for coach Katie Barnes at William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio...Member of the National Honors Society...Received Law and Criminal Justice Award...Team captain three seasons... Earned All-City First Team honors during her senior year... Named to the All-Southwest District and All-State teams... Led Greater Miami Conference in points and selected to the GMC first team...Won GMC Championship her senior season...Played for Ohio Elite and CUP club teams. PERSONAL - Born Courtney Lee Collins on July 9, 1991 in St. Louis, Mo...Daughter of Sherry and Scott Kane and David Collins... Father David Collins played baseball for a number of Major League Baseball teams...Mother Sherry Kane ran cross country for Ohio State

University...Chose Georgia Southern because, “I felt it is a great atmosphere where I can grow not only as an athlete but also as a student.”...Has not yet declared a major.

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2009

18-2

9

0

0

0

0

2010

18-18

15

1

3

0

5

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36-20

24

1

3

0

5

MF // JR // 5-6 // Mandeville, La. // Northlake Christian

SOPHOMORE (2010) - Started all 18 games... Scored one goal and made one assist...Scored first career goal with game winning effort against Elon (10-3)...Assist came against Charleston Southern (9-5) on the game-winning goal...Recorded six shots with two on goal...Played 1,460 minutes overall. FRESHMAN (2009) - Started eight games with appearances in all 18 matches...Led team with two assists, one against Jacksonville (9-6) and one against Wofford (10-18)...Took nine shots with a season-high three against Mercer (9-18)...Had two shots on goal...Played 90 minutes against Georgetown (8-30). HIGH SCHOOL - Played for coach Nick Chetta at Northlake Christian School in Covington, La...Named offensive MVP of Northlake Christian School three times...Led the team in scoring three out of four seasons... Named All-District and All-State First Team... Named team captain... Selected as the Female Wendy’s High School Heisman for Northlake Christian...Played club soccer for the MSC Lakers... Club highlights include, four state championships and a USYSA Region III semifinals appearance...Also received letters in track & field and tennis. PERSONAL - Born Morgan Lane Springer on May 11, 1991 in Covington, La...Daughter of Rick and Lisa Springer...Served as Student Senate Treasurer...Father played soccer at Morrisville State...Grandfather

played minor league baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals organization... Lists hobbies as running, wakeboarding and being outside... One word that describes her is “Adventurous”...The biggest influence on her life has been her coaches...Majoring in exercise science.

SPRINGER’s CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2009

18-8

9

0

2

0

2

2010

18-18

6

1

1

1

3

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1

3

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SOPHOMORE (2010) - Played in 15 games with 10 starts in first season at Georgia Southern...Logged two assists in league play against Wofford (9-24) and Furman (9-26)...Took seven shots with three on goal. Samford (2009) - Played in six games, averaging 10 and a half minutes per contest...Took one shot...Team finished 18-4-4. High School - Four-year letterwinner for Coach Jerry North at Phoenix High School in Phoenix, Ore....Four-time all-league selection... Named Rookie of the Year as a freshman...Most Valuable Player and Offensive MVP each of her last three seasons...Led the team in both goals scored and assists as a sophomore, junior and senior...Earned All-State honors after her junior and senior campaigns...Team captain for three seasons...Led team to conference championship in 2006 and 2008...Also earned four letters in softball...Was a three-time allconference selection and earned All-State honors as a senior...Played club soccer for the Phoenix Flame from 2003-08...Led the team in goals scored and assists. Personal - Born Carlee Rebecca Storey on Aug. 7, 1990 in Grants Pass, Ore....Daughter of Bill Storey and Laura Ward...Sister, McKenna, also plays for the Eagles...Father and uncle both played college football and baseball at Azusa Pacific University and semi-pro

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football for the California Razorbacks and the San Gabriel Saints... Hobbies include whitewater rafting, fishing, camping, sports and kayaking...Would want Jennifer Anniston to play her in a movie...Craziest ambition is to compete as a kayaker...Favorites: Pro team - Manchester United; Sports figure - Wayne Rooney; Pregame ritual - Talk to her dad; Ice cream - Sherbet...Majoring in promotion of fitness and health with a minor in nutrition.

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GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

15-10

7

0

2

0

2

TOTAL

15-10

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0

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F-MF // R-SO // 5-4 // Auburn, Ga. // Apalachee

SOPHOMORE (2010) - Redshirted FRESHMAN (2009) - Started two games with appearances in 17 matches...Took 13 shots with seven on goal to rank second on team... Season-high two shots on goal in 3-2 win against Wofford (10-18) and against Samford (10-23)...Played a season-high 67 minutes in the win over Wofford. HIGH SCHOOL - Played for coach Scott Bates at Apalachee High School in Auburn, Ga...Received All-Region honors...Received Northeast Georgia Mountain Cup All-Tournament honors...Set school single season goals scored record...Also lettered in cross country and basketball... Played club soccer for NSA Fury...Led the team in scoring twice. PERSONAL - Born Holly Megan Dyer on November 8, 1990 in Lawrenceville, Ga...Daughter of William and Jennifer Dyer...Would want Hayden Panettiere to play her in a movie...Craziest ambition is to become an award winning doctor...Wears 24 because it has brought her luck...Chose Georgia Southern because of the team, coaches and the beautiful campus...Has not yet declared a major.

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GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2009

17-2

13

0

0

0

0

2010

-

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL

17-2

13

0

0

0

0

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played 17 games with seven starts as a freshman for the Eagles...Scored a goal and an assist for three total points...Scored first collegiate goal against UNCG (10-1)...Assisted on the game winning goal against Elon (10-3)...Took three shots and scored on only shot on goal...Played 633 total minutes. HIGH SCHOOL - Four-year letterwinner at Greenbrier High School in Evans, Ga....Played under Alex Heider for first three seasons before finishing her high school career under the direction of Wes Kendrick... Played defender, midfielder and forward for the Wolfpack...Led Greenbrier to region championships all four seasons...Three-time All-Region selection...Played club soccer for Columbia County Patriots in 2007 and Augusta Arsenal in 2008, leading both teams to a second-place league finishes...Led Columbia United (S.C.) to a state final in 2009. PERSONAL - Born Lindsay Taylor Hammer on Jan. 29, 1992 in Tucson, Ariz....Daughter of Andrew Hammer and Ashley McCarroll...Father played soccer at Drexel and Arizona as well as lacrosse at Arizona...Hobbies include going to the beach, pool, and spending time with friends...Would want Jennifer Garner to play her in a movie...Craziest ambition is to go sky diving...Favorites: Pro team - Denver Broncos; TV show - Desperate Housewives; Movie - Remember the Titans; Sports figure - David Beckham...Plans to major in education.

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HAMMER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

17-7

3

1

1

3

3

TOTAL

17-7

3

1

1

3

3

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D // SO // 5-7 // Albuquerque, N.M. // Eldorado

FRESHMAN (2010) - Started all 18 games for the Eagles in defense...Scored first collegiate goal against Wofford (9-24)...Took three shots during the season with two on target...Played 1,550 minutes for the season. HIGH SCHOOL - Two-year letterwinner under Coach Tom Hirschman as a defender at Eldorado High School in Albuquerque, N.M....High school teammate of Katie Merson...Led the Eagles to the 5A State Championship as a senior after a runner-up finish as a junior.. Eldorado won the district championship in each of her two seasons.. Named Second Team All-State and All-District Honorable Mention as a senior...Played club soccer from 2000-2010, playing the last three seasons with Elite F.C., leading the team to runner-up finishes in the state tournament in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL - Born Paige Nichole Grant on Sept. 13, 1991 in Albuquerque, N.M....Daughter of Fred II and Jayne Grant...Hobbies include swimming and being outdoors...Would want Courtney Cox to play her in a movie...Craziest ambition is to surf in every ocean...In 10 years she hopes to have her own family and continue playing soccer...Favorites: Pro team - Dallas Cowboys; Musical artists - Blink-182 and Rascal Flatts; Non-sports figure - Eleanor Roosevelt; Sports announcer - Andres Cantor...Major is undecided.

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GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

18-18

3

1

0

0

2

TOTAL

18-18

3

1

0

0

2

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D // SO // 5-6 // Gambrills, Md. // Arundel

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played in 15 matches with six starts in the Eagle defense...Saw 810 total minutes of game action in debut season at Georgia Southern. HIGH SCHOOL - Three-year letterwinner at Arundel High School in Gambrills, Md....Earned All-State, All-Baltimore Metro and All-DC Metro honors as a senior...Three-time Coaches All-County and All-Anne Arundel County selection...Team MVP as a junior and senior...Led team to regional finals in junior and senior seasons, as well as a county championship as a junior...Earned four letters in varsity track, one letter in indoor track and one letter in swimming...Led the Maryland 92 ODP to a regional championship in 2008-09...Led the Laurel Lightning to a No. 1 ranking in Maryland in 2009-10. PERSONAL - Born Sydney Michelle Keer on Jan. 16, 1992 in Baltimore, Md....Daughter of Ken and Beth Keer...Hobbies include soccer and photography...Would want Jessica Biel to play her in a movie...Moment in history she would like to have seen is Woodstock, 1969...In 10 years she sees herself living on the beach with her family, working as a physical therapist and a photographer...Favorites: Pro team - Cincinnati Bengals; Musical artist - Michael Jackson; TV shows - Friends and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia; Pre-game meal - Bagel and cream cheese... Plans to major in exercise science.

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YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

15-6

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

15-6

0

0

0

0

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sammie norman

katie merson 0

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GK // SO // 5-7 // Albuquerque, N.M. // Eldorado

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played in all 18 games with 16 starts as a freshman... Played 1330 total minutes between the pipes...Made 60 saves at a .652 clip...Faced 183 shots...Allowed 32 goals at a 2.16 goals agaisnt average...Was part of three team shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three varsity letters for Coach Tom Hirschman at Eldorado High School in Albuquerque, N.M....High school teammate of Paige Grant...Started for the varsity squad as a sophomore, junior and senior...Earned First Team All-State honors as a junior and senior, and was a three-time All-District selection... Team Co-Captain as a junior and senior...Led the Eagles to the state championship as a senior, recording three shutouts in four tournament games...Finished her senior campaign with a 0.59 goals against average and a .830 save percentage...Led Eldorado to a runner-up finish in the state tournament as a junior, recording a 1-0 win over the No. 1-seed in the semifinals...Played two years of club soccer for the Rio Vista FC 92G, leading the team to the State Championship both seasons...Two-time member of the New Mexico ODP team. PERSONAL - Born Katie Merson on April 1, 1992 in Albuquerque, N.M....Daughter of John and Sheila Merson...Has a younger brother, Thomas...Hobbies include swimming, crafts, and outdoor activities... Would want Julia Roberts to play her in a movie...Would trade places

with the GS track coach so she could have her hair for a day...Three people she would invite to dinner are Jesus, Josh Turner and Jason Aldean...Favorites: Pro team - Minnesota Vikings; Sports figure - Jared Allen; Non-sports figure - Randy Travis; Movie - Forever Strong...Plans to major in nursing.

merson’s CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP-GS

SAVES

GA

SHO

MIN

GAA

2010

18-16

60

32

0

1330:26

2.16

TOTAL

18-16

60

32

0

1330:28

2.18

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played in 12 games with one start...Took one shot during the season...Played 223 total minutes. HIGH SCHOOL - Four-year letterwinner for Coach John Camm at Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Md....Named Second Team All-State as a senior and earned All-State Honorable Mention as a junior...First Team All-County selection as a senior and junior, and Second Team All-County selection as a sophomore...Two-time Broadneck Defender of the Year...Co-Captain as a senior...Freshmen Scholar and NSCAA All-American Scholar...Led the Freestate Phoenix to a US Club Soccer Regional Championship in 2010 in the U18 league...Helped the U17 Freestate Sharks advance to the Maryland State Cup finals in 2009...Her U15 Severna Park White Lightning finished undefeated in 2006. PERSONAL - Born Samantha Lynn Norman on Jan. 17, 1992 in Washington D.C....Daughter of Scott and Brenda Norman...Hobbies include spending time with friends, going to the beach and working out...Would want Jennifer Aniston to play her in a movie...Three people she would invite to dinner are Shaun White, David Beckham and Angelina Jolie...Favorites: Pro team - Pittsburgh Steelers; Ice cream rocky road; Movie - Boondock Saints; TV shows - NCIS and CSI...Plans to major in exercise science.

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Cincinnati, Ohio...Daughter of Jim and Vicki Murphy...Hobbies include soccer, working out, Steelers football, watching ESPN, camping and community service...Would want Reese Witherspoon to play her in a movie...Craziest ambition is to kick field goals for the Pittsburgh Steelers...Would want to switch places with the football coach because “The feeling of winning games inside Paulson Stadium gives you such a rush.”...Favorites: Pro team - Pittsburgh Steelers; Sports figure - Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger; Non-sports figure - Mom and Dad; Sports announcer - Chris Berman...Plans to major in justice studies and criminology.

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NORMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

12-1

1

TOTAL

12-1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

katy phillips

F // SO // 5-6 // Cincinnati, Ohio // Finneytown

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played in all 18 games, starting five contests... Scored two goals and made two assists...Ranked second on the team with six points...Scored first collegiate goal and GSU’s first goal of the season against USC Upstate (8-28) with the game winner... Also scored in the win over Elon (10-3)...Took 17 total shots to rank second on the team with 10 on goal...Played 856 total minutes for the season. HIGH SCHOOL - Four-year letterwinner and varsity starter for Coach Ron Makstaller at Finneytown High School in Cincinnati, Ohio... Set school records for career goals (63), career assists (21) and goals in a season (24 as a senior), and tied the school record with four goals in a game...Named Hilltop Newpaper Sports Woman of the Year as a senior...Three-time Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star Team Honorable Mention...Named Varsity Forward of the Year as a junior and senior...Threetime All-Cincinnati Hills League First Team selection...Earned All-City/ All-District (Southwest) honors as a junior and senior...CHL All-Academic selection as a freshman...Scored at least 10 goals all four seasons (14, 10, 15, 24)...Played club soccer with the Ohio Elite Soccer Academy and earned selections to the Ohio South Girls ODP state team in 2007 and the Ohio South Girls ODP England Tour squad in 2008. PERSONAL - Born Alexandra Morgan Murphy on June 2, 1991 in

D // SO // 5-5 // Annapolis, Md. // Broadneck

YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

18-5

17

2

2

1

6

TOTAL

18-5

17

2

2

1

6

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MF // SO // 5-2 // Ocala, Fla. // Trinity Catholic

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played in six matches with two starts as a freshman for the Eagles...Assisted on a goal against The Citadel (1014)...Played 314 total minutes. HIGH SCHOOL - Three-year letterwinner for coach Blehndel Elias at Trinity Catholic High School in Ocala, Fla....Played freshman season at Forest High School in Ocala...Earned All-State honors all three seasons at Trinity...Won four district championships, and won regional championship with Trinity in 2009...Named Marion County/Ocala Star Banner Player of the Year as a junior...Runner-up for Florida Player of the Year as a junior...First Team All-Area selection as a sophomore and junior...Led Trinity in assists all three seasons (29, 29, 32), and scoring as a sophomore (27)...Scored 36 goals as a junior...Finished career with 88 goals and 100 assists...Team captain all three years at Trinity...Member of the National Honor Society and French Honor Society...First Honors all four years and First Honors in Merit French III...Played club soccer with the First Coast Kyx in Jacksonville, Fla.... Led team to US Club National Cup Region C Championship and National Semifinals at the U16 level, and the Disney Soccer Showcase Championship at the U17 level after advancing to the semifinals the year before. PERSONAL - Born Katherin Lea Phillips on Oct. 12, 1991 in Oca-

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la, Fla....Daughter of Kay and Jody Phillips...Hobbies include painting, kayaking, traveling and drawing...Would want Kate Hudson to play her in a movie...Three people she would invite to dinner are Denzel Washington, Khloe Kardashian and Sarah Palin...People would be surprised to know she is afraid of heights...Favorites: Pro team - New Orleans Saints; Non-sports figure - Sandra Bullock; TV show - Private Practice; Sports announcer - Lou Holtz... Plans to major in biology/pre-med.

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13

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

6-2

2

0

1

0

1

TOTAL

6-2

2

0

1

0

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emily archer

alanna rudd 8

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F-MF // SO // 5-7 // Hampton, England // Kingston College

FRESHMAN (2010) - Played 16 matches and started three as a freshman for the Eagles...Took eight shots with five on goal...Played 582 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Kingston College in Surrey, England... Played two seasons for the Chelsea Ladies Academy...Was team captain her second season with Chelsea...Played U18 club soccer with the Wimbledon Town Girls...Led Wimbledon to the Challenge Cup Championship and was the leading goal scorer on the team...Played for the Kew Park Rangers from 2003-09...Led the team in scoring three times...Toured in Iceland in 2006 and Italy in 2007...Team captain from 2004-09. PERSONAL - Born Alanna Suzanne Rudd on March 17, 1992 in London, England...Daughter of Chris and Sue Rudd...Sister, Cerian, competed in gymnastics for Wales in the 2002 Commonwealth Games, and sister, Aislinn, played field hockey for Wales...Hobbies include shopping, spending time with friends and listening to music...Three people she would invite to dinner are Joe Cole, John Terry and David Beckham...One moment in history she would like to have seen is England winning the World Cup...People would be surprised to know that she went to the same school as Keira Knightley...Favorites: Pro team - Chelsea FC; Pre-game ritual - Listening to music...Major is undecided.

rudd’s CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

16-3

8

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

16-3

8

0

0

0

0

F-MF // SO // 5-7 // Cornelius, N.C. // Belmont Abbey // N. Mecklenburg

BELMONT ABBEY (2010) - Posted seven goals and four assists for the Crusaders...Ranked nationally for total points as Belmont Abbey reached the NCAA Division II Tournament with a 17-2-3 overall record. HIGH SCHOOL - Played two seasons at North Mecklenburg High School for Head Coach Neil Roberts...Captured the 2010 North Carolina 4-A State Championship for the Vikings...Also played two seasons at The Cannon School earning team MVP honors as a freshman and sophomore as well as All-State honors as a sophomore...Two-year team captain at Cannon School...Graduated with honors and from the International Baccalaureate program at North Meclenburg. PERSONAL - Born Emily Anne Archer on Nov. 22, 1991 in Upland, Calif....Daughter of Jodi and Larry Archer...Brother, Jay Gomez, played soccer at University of Washington...Hobbies include wakeboarding, surfing and coin collecting...Favorite movies include Million Dollar Baby and Stepbrothers...Favorite Georgia Southern tradition is Erk Russell’s “One More Time!”...Majoring in marketing with a minor in public relations.

kaliey kIefus

mckenna storey 9

GK // SO // 5-8 // North Tustin, Calif. // Gonzaga // Foothill

GONZAGA (2010) - Picked up an overtime victory in first collegaite match in goal for the Zags...Made three saves without allowing a goal in 96 minutes of action off the bench against Eastern Washington. HIGH SCHOOL - Four-year letterwinner at Foothill High School for Head Coach Steve Patterson...Set school record for saves in a season with 15 as a senior...made 248 career saves...Named SeaView League and team Most Valuable Player as a senior...team captain for two seasons. PERSONAL - Born Kailey Marie Kiefus on December 19, 1991 in Long Beach, Calif. ...Daughter of Jim and Elene Kiefus, has a younger sister named Mallery...Favorite athletes are Hope Solo, Kobe Bryant and Lamar Odum...Plans to major in Business.

FRESHMAN (2010) - Started 15 matches and appeared in 16 for the Eagles... Took 12 shots with half of them (six) on frame...Played 1,158 total minutes. HIGH SCHOOL - Four-year letterwinner for Coach Rich Garcia at North Medford High School in Medford, Ore....Skyline Conference Champions in 2008...Team advanced to playoffs all four years...Team Captain as a junior and senior...Voted Most Inspirational as a junior... Also earned four letters in softball, earning First Team All-State honors...Softball team won the state championship in 2009...Member of the National Society of High School Scholars and Torch Honor Society...Honor Roll student...Played club soccer for the Lake Oswego Dynasty...Led the team to the 2010 College Showcase Tournament Championship. PERSONAL - Born McKenna Colene Storey on Feb. 4, 1992 in Grants Pass, Ore....Daughter of Bill Storey and Laura Ward...Sister, Carlee, plays for the Eagles...Hobbies include softball, reading, music, spending time with friends and learning to play guitar...Would want Rachel McAdams to play her in a movie...Craziest ambition is to have an afro...Favorites: Pro team - Dallas Cowboys; Sports figure - Peyton Manning; Movie - Mulan; Sports announcer - Scottish announcers on FSC... Plans to major in international studies with a minor in French. 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

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storey’s CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

14

GP-GS

SH

G

A

GW

PTS

2010

16-15

12

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

16-15

12

0

0

0

0

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2011 Georgia Southern WOMen’s SOCCER

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Zoe Van Gorder 7

D // JR // 5-9 // Park City, Utah // Utah // Park City

UTAH (2009-10) - Scored three goals as a freshman for the Utes as Utah posted a 10-10-2 record...Started 19 matches and appeared in 31 for the Utah defense. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Park City High School for head coach Chip Cook...Captured Utah Class 3-A title as a freshman and reached the state title game as a junior and a senior...Played basketball for two seasons and ran one year of track. PERSONAL - Born Zoe Marika Van Gorder on September 17, 1990 in Park City, Utah...Daughter of Thomas and Athena Van Gorder...Has three siblings, Kia Van Gorder, Autumn Van Gorder and Jenny Broadbent...Father (Thomas) was a collegiate gymnast at Colorado State... Hobbies include swimming, cooking, skiing and snowboarding...Favorite athletes include Michelle Aekers, Mia Hamm, Derek Jeeter and Lionel Messi...Majoring in Education.

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HIGH SCHOOL - Played four years at Strongsville High School for Head Coach Jon Felton...Mustangs finished the season ranked fifth in the nation while reaching state final four...Started all 21 games as a senior with 11 shutouts and just 10 total goals...All-District, All-Conference and Greater Cleveland All-Star selection as a senior...Played in defense for 2009 National Champion Super Y Team...Also ran Track for two seasons and played two years of Basketball. PERSONAL - Born Nicole Marie Heiser on January 31, 1993 in Middleburg Heights, Ohio...Daughter of Jim and Susan Heiser...Has two siblings, Rene and Greg...Hobbies include swimming and running...Favorite athlete is Mia Hamm...Favorite movie is Miracle...Favorite Georgia Southern Tradition is the school busses...Plans to major in Education with a minor in Athletic Coaching.

christine watts 11

MF // JR // 5-6 // Duluth, Ga. // South Carolina // Peachtree Ridge

SOUTH CAROLINA (2009-10) - Played two seasons at South Carolina, winning the SEC Championships in 2009...Earned Freshman Academic Honor Roll honors with a goal and two assists in 2009... Started all 25 matches in 2010 and scored a goal with six assists in over 2,000 minutes of action. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Peachtree Ridge High School for Head Coach Bill Holleman...Was a four-time All-Region honoree and twice named as a Georgia “Super Six” selection (2007, 2009)...Led GHSAA Class 5-A in points for the 2008 season and a seven-time Georgia ODP team selection. PERSONAL - Born Christine Marie Watts on September 6th, 1990 in Duluth, Ga... Daughter of Barbara and John Watts...Has four siblings, Amanda Watts, Karley Watts, Justin Watts and Dianne Watts...Father Jim Watts played defensive back for Tennessee and was a captain of the 1974 squad...Mother Barbara Watts was a gymnast at Georgia...Hobbies include shopping, going to the beach and music...Favorite athletes are Peyton Manning, Landon Donovan and Abby Wombach...Plans to major in Business.

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D // FR // 5-5 // Alpharetta, Ga. // Wesleyan School

HIGH SCHOOL - Four year letterman at Wesleyan School for Head Coach Lacy Gilbert...Scored 24 goals in first two seasons...Three-time All-Gwinnett Coutny honoree...Served two seasons as team captain, reaching state playoffs as a junior and a senior...Super Y national team selection...also ran one season of cross country. PERSONAL - Born Kathlerine McKenzie Stanford on Jan. 3, 1993 in Atlanta, Ga....Daughter of Trey and Tracy Stanford...Has one brother, Jake Stanford...Favorite movie is The Blind Side...Favorite athlete is Ronaldo...Plans to major in Journalism with a minor in Psychology.

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MF-F // FR // 5-3 // Rincon, Ga. // Effingham County

2011 Georgia Southern WOMen’s SOCCER

2010 season in review

HIGH SCHOOL - Four year letterwinner at Effingham County High School for Head Coach Natalie Pippin...Four-time offensive player of the year and leading scorer on the team...Selected to all-region team in all four seasons and reached the state playoffs as a junior and a senior...Scored nine goals in one match and posted 53 career goals. PERSONAL - Born Sydnie Kay Van Curen on March 29, 1993 in Wheeling, W.Va....Daughter of Rebecca Rush and Wayne Van Curen... Has two siblings, Korie Van Curen and Haylie Rush...Hobbies include going to the beach and giving swim lessons...Favorite athletes include Abby Wambach, Sergio Ramos and Roddy White.

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F-MF // FR // 5-6 // Richmond Hill, Ga. // Richmond Hill

HIGH SCHOOL - Four year letterman at Richmond Hill High School for Head Coach Steve Kollman...Led wildcats to three regional championships while scoring 144 career goals...Named Savannah Morning News Player of the Year in 2011 and a four-time All-Greater Savannah selection...Set school record in every goal scoring category at Richmond Hill... Scored 39 goals as a senior with 22 assists and tallied 38 as a junior with 26 assists...Set school record with 45 goals and 27 assists as a sophomore and scored 22 in first season of High School... Team captain as a freshman and sophomore...Graduated with honors and was a Wendy’s High School Heisman Nominee...Also ran Cross Country and played Volleyball at Richmond Hill. PERSONAL - Born Lindsey Janet Vasher on Sept. 22, 1992 in Saginaw, Mich....Daughter of Brendan and Sandy Vasher...Has an older sister, Brittany Vasher...Hobbies include waterskiing and wakeboarding...Favorite athlete is Landon Donovan...Would like to see the Detroit Lions play in the Super Bowl one day...Favorite GSU tradition is the “Who’s House” chant...Plans to major in pre-nursing.

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RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

* * * * * * * * * * *

Date Aug 22 Aug 28 Sep 03 Sep 05 Sep 10 Sep 12 Sep 19 Sep 24 Sep 26 Oct 01 Oct 03 Oct 08 Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Oct 22 Oct 24 Oct 28

Opponent at Mercer at USC Upstate GEORGIA STATE CHARLESTON SOUTHERN vs Tennessee Tech vs Kennesaw State COASTAL WOFFORD FURMAN at #25 UNCG at Elon at Western Carolina at Appalachian State CITADEL at Coll. of Charleston CHATTANOOGA SAMFORD DAVIDSON

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Sh o t s / G a m e GOAL BREAKDOWN Penalty Unassisted Over tim e CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE To t a l Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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OVERALL 5-12-1 2-8-1 3-4 Score 0-4 3-0 0-3 3-2 0-2 1-2 1-0 3-0 1-3 1-5 2-1 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-4 0-3 1-1

L W L W L L W W L L W L L L L L L To2

HOME 3-5-1 1-4-1 2-1

Att. 216 173 178 189 100 101 258 320 214 312 132 822 206 136 182 120 122 127

GSU

OPP

18-145 1.00 .124 77-145 .531 8.1

37-216 2.06 .171 114-216 .528 12.0

0 6 0 41 0-0

1 9 0 90 1-1

5 0

6 0

1664 9/185 2/100

2043 7/292

##

17 18 15 10 16 2 11 12 3 14 7 23 9 8 25 21 19 13 6 5 4 1 0

##

1 0

Player

Sara Oland Alex Murphy Courtney Collins Morgan Springer Lindsay Hammer Kyrstin Smith Elena Karakizis Paige Grant Carlee Storey Jenny Anderson Danae Kaimuloa Katy Phillips McKenna Storey Alanna Rudd Sammie Norman Sydney Pietrykowski Candace Marshall Sydney Keer Laine Hobbs Ashley Sepaniak Kaitlin Payne Missy Meyer Katie Merson Total Opponents Goalie

Missy Meyer Katie Merson Total Opponents

AWAY 2-5 1-4 1-1

Min. GA 309:34 5 1330:26 32 1640:00 37 1640:00 18

Goals by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

Shots by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

Saves by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

Corners by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

Fouls by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

20

NEUTRAL 0-2 0-0 0-2

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

gp g a pts sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att 18 9 1 19 37 .243 23 .622 3 0-0 18 2 2 6 17 .118 10 .588 1 0-0 18 1 3 5 15 .067 7 .467 0 0-0 18 1 1 3 6 .167 2 .333 1 0-0 17 1 1 3 3 .333 1 .333 0 0-0 9 1 0 2 8 .125 5 .625 0 0-0 15 1 0 2 4 .250 3 .750 0 0-0 18 1 0 2 3 .333 2 .667 0 0-0 15 0 2 2 7 .000 3 .429 0 0-0 18 0 1 1 11 .000 4 .364 0 0-0 15 0 1 1 11 .000 3 .273 0 0-0 6 0 1 1 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 16 0 0 0 12 .000 6 .500 0 0-0 16 0 0 0 8 .000 5 .625 0 0-0 12 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 7 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 15 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 13 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 7 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 18 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 18 18 13 49 145 .124 77 .531 5 0-0 18 37 33 107 216 .171 114 .528 12 1-1 GP 7 18 18 18

10 15

2nd

8 22

2nd

71 72 99 117 33 32 13 36 65 60

2010

2nd

44 27

2nd

28 53

2nd

75 70

OT

0 0

OT

0 0

OT

0 0

OT

0 1

OT

1 1

GAAvg Saves

1.45 2.16 2.03 0.99

OT2

0 0

OT2

2 0

OT2

0 0

OT2

0 0

OT2

0 1

16 60 77 59

Pct

.762 .652 .675 .766

W-L-T

1-1-0 1-7-0 5-9-0 9-5-1

* * * * * * * * * * *

Sho

0 0 3 7

Total 18 37

Date Sep 24 Sep 26 Oct 01 Oct 03 Oct 08 Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Oct 22 Oct 24 Oct 28

Opponent WOFFORD FURMAN at #25 UNCG at Elon at Western Carolina at Appalachian State CITADEL at Coll. of Charleston CHATTANOOGA SAMFORD DAVIDSON

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Sh o t s / G a m e GOAL BREAKDOWN Penalty Unassisted Over tim e CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE To t a l Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

Total 145 216 Total 77 59 Total 41 90 Total 141 132

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OVERALL 2-8-1 2-8-1 0-0 Score 3-0 1-3 1-5 2-1 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-4 0-3 1-1

W L L W L L L L L L To2

HOME 1-4-1 1-4-1 0-0

Att. 320 214 312 132 822 206 136 182 120 122 127

GSU

OPP

10-82 0.91 .122 46-82 .561 7.5

24-140 2.18 .171 72-140 .514 12.7

0 2 0 17 0-0

0 3 0 60 0-0

3 0

4 0

1039 6/173 0/0

1654 5/331

##

Player

17 15 18 16 10 12 3 14 23 9 7 8 2 25 11 21 13 6 5 4

Sara Oland Courtney Collins Alex Murphy Lindsay Hammer Morgan Springer Paige Grant Carlee Storey Jenny Anderson Katy Phillips McKenna Storey Danae Kaimuloa Alanna Rudd Kyrstin Smith Sammie Norman Elena Karakizis Sydney Pietrykowski Sydney Keer Laine Hobbs Ashley Sepaniak Kaitlin Payne Total Opponents

##

Goalie

1 0

Missy Meyer Katie Merson Total Opponents

AWAY 1-4 1-4 0-0

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 11 5 1 11 1 2 11 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 0 11 1 0 8 0 2 11 0 1 5 0 1 11 0 0 8 0 0 11 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 0 8 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 0 7 0 0 2 0 0 11 10 9 11 24 24 GP 2 11 11 11

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

11 21 4 9 3 6 3 3 2 4 2 3 2 3 1 7 1 2 0 7 0 7 0 6 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 82 72 140

Min. GA 110:00 1 900:00 23 1010:00 24 1010:00 10

.238 .111 .167 .333 .250 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .122 .171

15 4 4 1 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 72

GAAvg Saves

0.82 2.30 2.14 0.89

7 40 48 36

Goals by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 10 24

Shots by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 82 140

Saves by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 48 36

Corners by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 17 60

Fouls by Period Georgia Southern Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 83 78

21

6 10

39 62 20 21 6 24

37 31

4 14

41 78 28 15 11 35 45 45

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

.714 .444 .667 .333 .500 .667 .667 .429

1.000

.429 .286 .667

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .561 .514 Pct

.875 .635 .667 .783

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8

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Avg/G 0.50 0.50 0.48 0.45 0.45 0.50 0.50 0.41 0.35 0.32 0.32

ASSISTS ## Player-Team GP 1. Cat Barnekow-UNCG 22 2. Allison Drutchas-DAV 20 3. Nikki Siebert-WOF 19 Dee Makris-FUR 20 5. Lauren Wilson-UTC 19 Rachel Shelnutt-FUR 20 Martha Hall-FUR 20 Brittany Hallberg-ELON 21 K. Schmidbauer-UNCG 22 10. Eight Tied

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Avg/G 0.64 0.45 0.37 0.35 0.32 0.30 0.30 0.29 0.27

POINTS ## Player-Team GP 1. R. Shelnutt-FUR 20 Martha Hall-FUR 20 Schmidbauer-UNCG 22 4. T. Padgett-UNCG 22 5. C. Barnekow-UNCG 22 6. Mariana Garcia-CIT 21 Trine Taule-SAM 22 8. D. Henry-UTC 18 9. Sara Oland-GSU 18 10. B. Hallberg-ELON 21 Lauren Hein-UNCG 22 Partenheimer-UNCG 22

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SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. Martha Hall-FUR 2. Partenheimer-UNCG 3. Sarah Schaidle-COFC 4. Donna-Kay Henry-UTC 5. Mariana Garcia-CIT 6. Vanessa Aponte-CIT 7. Nikki Siebert-WOF 8. Nicole Levermann-CIT Rachel Shelnutt-FUR 10. K. Schmidbauer-UNCG Michelle Moll-SAM Tabitha Padgett-UNCG GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team 1. Kelsey Kearney-UNCG 2. Alyssa Whitehead-SAM 3. Kimberly Cohn-WOF 4. Caroline Clarke-ASU 5. Jessica Smith-FUR 6. Jessie Baxa-DAV 7. Katie Tate-COFC 8. Caitlin Williams-WCU 9. Kristen Haney-ELON 10. Whitney Nave-CIT SAVES ## Player-Team 1. Jessica Smith-FUR 2. Caitlin Williams-WCU 3. Taylor Mangrum-UTC 4. Caroline Clarke-ASU 5. Alyssa Whitehead-SAM 6. Jessie Baxa-DAV 7. Whitney Nave-CIT 8. Kristen Haney-ELON 9. Katie Merson-GSU 10. Kelsey Kearney-UNCG

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No. Avg/G 75 3.75 63 2.86 62 3.10 60 3.33 53 2.52 52 2.74 50 2.63 48 2.53 48 2.40 45 2.05 45 2.05 45 2.05

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GF GA 47 13 38 18 37 37 33 31 32 30 37 23 19 26 31 27 11 19 19 24 20 41 18 37

GOALS ## Team 1. UNCG 2. Samford 3. Furman The Citadel 5. Coll. of Charleston 6. Elon 7. Wofford 8. Chattanooga 9. Western Carolina Davidson 11. Georgia Southern 12. Appalachian State

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No. Avg/G 47 2.14 38 1.73 37 1.85 37 1.76 33 1.65 32 1.52 31 1.63 20 1.05 19 1.00 19 0.95 18 1.00 11 0.61

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GOALS ALLOWED ## Team 1. UNCG 2. Samford 3. Appalachian State 4. Furman 5. Western Carolina 6. Davidson 7. Wofford 8. Elon 9. Coll. of Charleston 10. Georgia Southern The Citadel 12. Chattanooga

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All-Time Honors All-Southern Conference Amanda Bernard..........................2001-02-03 Jodi Berto................................................. 1997 Tara Chaisson......................... 1996-97-98-99 Morgan Cox..............................................1995 Lindsey Grossman............................. 1996-98 Debbie Hensley................................. 1994-95 Danae Kaimuloa.....................................2008 Jackie Kinsey...........................................2002 Janis Milne...............................................2000 Christine Nipaver............................... 2002-03 Mary Perry............................................... 1997 Amanda Sandling....................................1995 Robin Thirsk............................ 1997-98-99-00 Rachel Tolliver..............................1994-95-96 Ashley Toussaint...........................2006-07-08 Vanessa Vickrey......................................1998 Genevieve Ward......................................2002 Tanya Woehr............................................ 2001 Katy Znosko............................................. 2001 All-Southern Conference Tournament Jodi Barnes..............................................1999 Christina Beam........................................1994 Jodi Berto........................................... 1996-97 Kelly Burrell.............................................1998 Tara Chaisson.................................... 1996-98 Megan Cox...............................................1994 Lindsey Grossman...................................1995 Janis Milne...............................................1999 Christie Nipaver....................................... 2001 Megan Pinkston......................................1995 Lauren Santos.........................................2006 Laura Smith.............................................2006 Robin Thirsk............................................. 1997 Rachel Tolliver.........................................1996 Genevieve Ward...................................... 2001

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Points 1 161........Tara Chaisson................... 1996-99 2 112........Robin Thirsk...................... 1997-00 3 107........Debbie Hensley................ 1993-95 4 86........Amanda Bernard.............. 1999-02 5 70........Ashley Toussaint............... 2005-08 6 67........Rachel Tolliver.................. 1994-96 7 56........Jackie Kinsey.................... 1999-02 56........Vanessa Vickery............... 1995-98 56........Ally Hood........................... 1993-96 10 52........Genevieve Ward............... 2000-03 52........Katy Znosko...................... 2001-04 Goals 1 2 3 4 6 8 10

59........Tara Chaisson................... 1996-99 42........Debbie Hensley................ 1993-95 37........Robin Thirsk...................... 1997-00 30........Amanda Bernard.............. 1999-02 30........Ashley Toussaint............... 2005-08 21........Rachel Tolliver.................. 1994-96 21........Katy Znosko...................... 2001-04 18........Katie Szeghalmi............... 2000-03 18........Vanessa Vickery............... 1995-98 17........Amber Wilson................... 1995-98 17........Ally Hood........................... 1993-96

Assists 1 43........Tara Chaisson................... 1996-99 2 38........Robin Thirsk...................... 1997-00 3 32........Jackie Kinsey.................... 1999-02 4 30........Ashley Toussaint............... 2005-08 5 26........Amanda Bernard.............. 1999-02 6 25........Rachel Tolliver.................. 1994-96 7 23........Shannon Todd.................. 1995-98 8 22........Ally Hood........................... 1993-96 9 20........Genevieve Ward............... 2000-03 20........Vanessa Vickery............... 1995-98 SHOTS 1 279........Tara Chaisson................... 1996-99 2 186........Amanda Bernard.............. 1999-02 3 171........Debbie Hensley................ 1993-95 171........Ashley Toussaint............... 2005-08 5 165........Rachel Tolliver.................. 1994-96 6 158........Robin Thirsk...................... 1997-00 158........Katy Znosko...................... 2001-04 8 148........Vanessa Vickery............... 1995-98 9 134........Jackie Kinsey.................... 1999-00 10 127........Ally Hood........................... 1993-96

Lauren Santos owns the school record with 340 career saves between 2006 and 2009.

Tara Chaisson is Georgia Southern’s all-time leading goal scorer with 59 career goals. She also tallied 43 career assists for 161 career points between 1996 and 1999. SHOTS FACED 1 934........Lauren Santos.................. 2006-09 2 512........Laura-Ashley Harris.......... 2004-07 3 490........Mary Perry..................1996-97, 99 4 478........Amanda Sandling............. 1994-95 5 450........Tanya Woehr..................... 2000-03 6 417........Kari Gast........................... 2000-03 7 392........Vanessa Bales.................. 1996-00 8 340........Megan Macdonald........... 2004-05 9 134........Angie Harkins.........................1993 10 133........Erin Scott................................1993

GAA (Min. 100 shots FACED ) 1 1.08........Tanya Woehr..................... 2000-03 2 1.36........Kari Gast........................... 2000-03 3 1.44........Mary Perry..................1996-97, 99 4 1.62........Lauren Santos.................. 2006-09 5 1.82........Vanessa Bales.................. 1996-00 6 1.88........Amanda Sandling............. 1994-95 7 2.07........Laura-Ashley Harris.......... 2004-07 8 2.51........Megan Macdonald........... 2004-05 9 2.82........Angie Harkins.........................1993 10 4.72........Erin Scott................................1993

SAVES 1 340........Lauren Santos.................. 2006-09 2 206........Laura-Ashley Harris.......... 2004-07 3 203........Kari Gast........................... 2000-03 4 197........Tanya Woehr..................... 2000-03 5 180........Amanda Sandling............. 1994-95 6 119........Megan Macdonald........... 2004-05 7 118........Mary Perry..................1996-97, 99 8 92........Vanessa Bales.................. 1996-00 9 60........Katie Merson..........................2010 10 55........Missy Meyer...................... 2008-10

SHUTOUTS 1 16........Tanya Woehr..................... 2000-03 2 13........Mary Perry..................1996-97, 99 3 10........Kari Gast........................... 2000-03 4 9........Vanessa Bales.................. 1996-00 5 6........Amanda Sandling............. 1994-95 6 5........Lauren Santos.................. 2006-09 7 4........Laura-Ashley Harris.......... 2004-07 8 2........Angie Harkins.........................1993

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Points 1 50.....Tara Chaisson..................................1998 2 45.....Robin Thirsk.....................................2000 3 43.....Tara Chaisson..................................1999 4 37.....Tara Chaisson..................................1996 37.....Debbie Hensley...............................1994 6 36.....Debbie Hensley...............................1995 7 35.....Tara Chaisson..................................1996 8 34.....Amanda Bernard.............................2000 34.....Debbie Hensley...............................1993 10 32.....Robin Thirsk.....................................1998

POINTS 10 Amber Wilson.................. at Chattnooga................................09-27-1998 8 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. VCU........................................... 09-25-1998 8 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. Appalachian State................... 10-06-1996 7 Katy Znosko..................... vs. The Citadel...............................10-14-2001 7 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. Mercer..................................... 10-30-1998 7 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Jacksonville............................. 10-03-1995 7 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Coll. of Charleston................... 09-30-1994 7 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Brewton-Parker.........................10-10-1993 GOALS 4 Amber Wilson.................. at Chattanooga..............................09-27-1998 3 Katy Znosko..................... vs. The Citadel...............................10-14-2001 3 Robin Thirsk..................... vs. Stephen F. Austin.................... 09-10-2000 3 Katie Szeghalmi.............. vs. Georgia State.......................... 08-30-2000 3 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. Mercer..................................... 09-22-1999 3 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. Mercer..................................... 10-30-1998 3 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. VCU........................................... 09-25-1998 3 Tara Chaisson.................. at Appalachian State.................... 10-06-1996 3 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Brewton-Parker.........................10-10-1993

GOALS 1 17.....Robin Thirsk.....................................2000 17.....Tara Chaisson..................................1999 17.....Tara Chaisson..................................1998 4 15.....Debbie Hensley...............................1994 15.....Debbie Hensley...............................1993 6 14.....Tara Chaisson..................................1996 7 13.....Ashley Toussaint..............................2008 8 12.....Debbie Hensley...............................1995 9 11.....Katy Znosko.....................................2001 11.....Tara Chaisson..................................1997

ASSISTS 5 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Jacksonville............................. 10-03-1995 4 Vanessa Vickrey.............. vs. Jacksonville............................. 10-03-1995 3 Colleen Znosko................ vs. Charleston So.......................... 09-30-2003 3 Stephanie Todd............... vs. VCU........................................... 09-25-1998 3 Ally Hood.......................... vs. Furman.................................... 10-09-1996 3 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Coll. of Charleston................... 09-30-1994

ASSISTS 1 16.....Tara Chaisson..................................1998 2 15.....Shannon Todd.................................1998 3 12.....Amanda Bernard.............................2000 12.....Robin Thirsk.....................................1998 12.....Debbie Hensley...............................1995 6 11.....Robin Thirsk.....................................2000 11.....Jackie Kinsey...................................2000 11.....Kelly Burrell.....................................1998 9 10.....Melissa Cox.....................................1999 10.....Ally Hood..........................................1996 10.....Rachel Tolliver.................................1994

Laura-Ashley Harris made 97 saves in the 2004 season. SHOTS 1 83.....Tara Chaisson..................................1998 2 79.....Tara Chaisson..................................1999 3 70.....Debbie Hensley...............................1995 4 64.....Tara Chaisson..................................1996 5 59.....Amanda Bernard.............................2000 6 57.....Rachel Tolliver.................................1996 7 56.....Rachel Tolliver.................................1995 56.....Ashley Toussaint..............................2008 9 54.....Robin Thirsk.....................................2000 10 53.....Tara Chaisson..................................1997 53.....Debbie Hensley...............................1994

SHOTS 11 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. Georgia State.......................... 10-23-1996 8 Ashley Toussaint.............. vs. Northern Iowa......................... 08-29-2008 8 Ashley Toussaint.............. vs. The Citadel...............................09-19-2007 8 Katie Szeghalmi.............. vs. Coll. of Charleston................... 09-20-2000 8 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. Chattanooga............................ 10-03-1999 8 Tara Chaisson.................. vs. East Tennessee St.................. 10-18-1998 8 Debbie Hensley............... vs. Appalachian St........................ 09-16-1995 8 Ashley Toussaint.............. vs. Northern Iowa......................... 08-29-2008

GAA (Min. 50 shots) 1 0.53.....Kari Gast..........................................2000 2 0.80.....Tanya Woehr....................................2002 3 0.98.....Tanya Woehr....................................2001 4 1.16.....Tanya Woehr....................................2000 5 1.28.....Mary Perry....................................... 1997 1.28.....Vanessa Bales................................. 1997 7 1.36.....Lauren Santos.................................2006 8 1.40.....Lauren Santos.................................2007 9 1.47.....Kari Gast..........................................2002 10 1.48.....Tanya Woehr....................................2003

SAVES 16 Kari Gast.......................... at Appalachian State.................... 10-03-2003 15 Kari Gast.......................... at Georgia...................................... 09-22-2002 14 Laura-Ashley Harris......... vs. Georgia State.......................... 09-19-2004 13 Laura-Ashley Harris......... vs. Coastal Carolina...................... 09-24-2004 13 Amanda Sandling............ vs. Georgia.................................... 09-06-1995 12 Laura-Ashley Harris......... at Georgia...................................... 08-26-2005 12 Amanda Sandling............ at Wake Forest.............................. 09-12-1995 11 Nine players

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SHOTS FACED 1 295.....Lauren Santos.................................2008 2 293.....Lauren Santos.................................2006 3 254.....Amanda Sandling............................1995 4 231.....Mary Perry.......................................1996 5 228.....Megan Macdonald..........................2005 6 224.....Amanda Sandling............................1994 7 221.....Vanessa Bales.................................1998 8 216.....Laura-Ashley Harris.........................2005 9 199.....Kari Gast..........................................2003 10 192.....Lauren Santos.................................2009 SAVES 1 104.....Amanda Sandling............................1995 2 103.....Lauren Santos.................................2006 3 100.....Lauren Santos.................................2008 4 97.....Laura-Ashley Harris.........................2004 5 89.....Kari Gast..........................................2003 6 78.....Vanessa Bales................................. 1997 7 76.....Amanda Sandling............................1994 8 73.....Mary Perry.......................................1996 9 71.....Megan Macdonald..........................2005 10 69.....Laura-Ashley Harris.........................2005

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Shutouts 1 7.....Tanya Woehr....................................2001 2 5.....Mary Perry....................................... 1997 5.....Mary Perry.......................................1996 4 4.....Kari Gast..........................................2000 4.....Tanya Woehr....................................2002 4.....Vanessa Bales.................................1998 7 3.....Lauren Santos.................................2006 3.....Kari Gast..........................................2002 3.....Tanya Woehr....................................2000 3.....Amanda Sandling............................1995 3.....Amanda Sandling............................1994

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Te am Game Records POINTS 43 vs. Jacksonville........................... 10-03-1995 33 at Chattanooga........................... 09-27-1998 31 vs. South Carolina State............. 10-05-1999 28 vs. Charleston Southern............. 10-15-1998 27 vs. The Citadel............................ 10-14-2001 27 at Mercer..................................... 10-30-1998 26 at Troy State................................ 09-16-1997 24 at East Tennessee State............ 09-21-1997 24 vs. College of Charleston............09-30-1994 21 at Wofford.................................... 09-17-1995 GOALS 13 vs. Jacksonville........................... 10-03-1995 11 at Chattanooga........................... 09-27-1998 9 vs. The Citadel............................ 10-14-2001 9 vs. South Carolina St.................. 10-05-1999 8 vs. Charleston Southern............. 10-15-1998 8 at Mercer..................................... 10-30-1998 8 at East Tennessee State............ 09-21-1997 8 at Troy State................................ 09-16-1997 8 vs. College of Charleston............09-30-1994 7 at Wofford.................................... 09-17-1995 7 vs. Piedmont............................... 10-23-1993 7 vs. Brewton-Parker...................... 10-10-1993

ASSISTS 17 vs. Jacksonville........................... 10-03-1995 13 vs. South Carolina State............. 10-05-1999 12 vs. Appalachian State.................11-03-1998 12 vs. Charleston Southern............. 10-15-1998 11 at Mercer..................................... 10-30-1998 11 at Chattanooga........................... 09-27-1998 10 at Troy State................................ 09-16-1997 9 vs. The Citadel............................ 10-14-2001 8 vs. Nova Southeastern............... 09-27-1997 8 at East Tennessee State............ 09-21-1997 8 at Chattanooga.......................... 09-24-1996 8 vs. College of Charleston............09-30-1994

SAVES 19 at Western Carolina.................... 10-31-2004 16 at Appalachian St.......................10-03-2003 15 at Georgia....................................09-22-2002 14 vs. Georgia State........................09-19-2004 14 vs. Coastal Carolina.................... 09-24-2004 13 vs. Georgia..................................09-06-1995 12 at Georgia....................................08-26-2005 12 at UNC Greensboro..................... 10-16-2005 12 at Marshall..................................09-11-2005 12 at Western Carolina....................09-20-2002 12 at East Tennessee State............ 09-21-2001 12 at Wake Forest............................09-12-1995

SHOTS 41 vs. Georgia State........................ 10-23-1996 39 vs. Chattanooga.......................... 10-19-1996 38 vs. Chattanooga.......................... 10-25-1997 37 vs. Jacksonville........................... 10-03-1995 34 vs. Stephen F. Austin..................09-10-2000 33 at Chattanooga........................... 09-24-1996 33 vs. Brewton-Parker...................... 10-10-1993 32 vs. Chattanooga.......................... 10-03-1999 31 at Oral Roberts............................09-01-2006 31 vs. Appalachian St...................... 10-28-1997 31 at East Tennessee State............ 09-21-1997

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Most Wins 1..................... 14.......................2000 2..................... 13.......................1996 3..................... 12.......................2002 ....................... 12.......................2001 ....................... 12....................... 1997 ....................... 12.......................1995 7..................... 10.......................1999 ....................... 10.......................1998 ....................... 10.......................1994 10................... 8..........................2006

SHOTS 1..................... 374......................1996 2..................... 367..................... 1997 3..................... 340.....................1998 4..................... 325.....................2000 5..................... 323.....................1995 6..................... 305.....................1999 7..................... 281.....................2001 8..................... 254.....................1994 9..................... 253.....................2002 10................... 194.....................2006

SHOTS FACED 1..................... 445.....................2005 2..................... 333.....................2006 3..................... 314.....................2003 4..................... 303.....................2004 5..................... 297.....................2009 6..................... 295.....................2008 7..................... 268.....................1993 8..................... 266.....................1998 9..................... 261.....................1995 10................... 254.....................2002

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1..................... 0.95....................2000 2..................... 1.13....................2002 ....................... 1.13....................2001 4..................... 1.28....................1997 5..................... 1.31................... 2006 6..................... 1.43....................1996 7..................... 1.50....................1995 8..................... 1.51....................2007 9..................... 1.60....................2003 10................... 1.79....................1999

Fewest Losses 1..................... 5..........................2002 ....................... 5..........................2000 3..................... 6..........................2001 4..................... 7.......................... 1997 ....................... 7..........................1995 6..................... 8..........................1996 7..................... 9..........................1999 ....................... 9..........................1993 9..................... 10.......................1998 ....................... 10.......................1994

GOALS 1..................... 65.......................1998 2..................... 58.......................2000 3..................... 50....................... 1997 4..................... 48.......................1995 5..................... 45.......................1996 6..................... 44.......................1999 7..................... 43.......................2001 ....................... 43.......................1994 9..................... 38.......................2002 10................... 32.......................1993

SAVES 1..................... 149.....................2004 2..................... 147.....................2005 3..................... 126.....................2003 4..................... 117.....................2006 5..................... 116.....................2002 6..................... 112.....................2009 7..................... 110.....................1995 8..................... 108.....................2008 9..................... 102.....................2007 ....................... 102..................... 1997

SHUTOUTS 1..................... 9..........................2001 2..................... 8..........................2000 ....................... 8.......................... 1997 4..................... 7..........................2002 5..................... 6..........................1998 ....................... 6..........................1996 7..................... 5..........................2006 8..................... 4..........................2003 ....................... 4..........................1999 ....................... 4..........................1995

WINNING PERCENTAGE 1..................... .737....................2000 2..................... .684....................2002 3..................... .658....................2001 4..................... .632....................1995 5..................... .619.................... 1997 ....................... .619....................1996 7..................... .525....................1999 8..................... .500....................1998 ....................... .500....................1994 10................... .438....................1993

ASSISTS 1..................... 99.......................1998 2..................... 70.......................2000 3..................... 65....................... 1997 4..................... 57.......................2001 ....................... 57.......................1996 6..................... 53.......................1995 7..................... 52.......................1999 8..................... 42.......................2002 9..................... 32.......................1993 10................... 29.......................1994

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Points 2010....... Sara Oland...................................19 2009....... Sara Oland.....................................7 2008....... Ashley Toussaint..........................30 2007........ Ashley Toussaint..........................12 2006....... Ashley Toussaint..........................18 2005....... Ashley Toussaint..........................10 2004....... Katy Znosko...................................9 2003....... Katie Szeghalmi...........................13 2002....... Amanda Bernard..........................24 2001....... Katy Znosko.................................25 2000....... Robin Thirsk.................................45 1999....... Tara Chaisson..............................43 1998....... Tara Chaisson..............................50 1997....... Tara Chaisson..............................31 1996....... Tara Chaisson..............................37 1995....... Debbie Hensley............................36 1994....... Debbie Hensley............................37 1993....... Debbie Hensley............................34

SHOTS 2010....... Sara Oland...................................37 2009....... Chelsea Kephart..........................19 2008....... Ashley Toussaint..........................56 2007....... Ashley Toussaint..........................48 2006....... Ashley Toussaint..........................26 2005....... Ashley Toussaint..........................41 2004....... Katy Znosko.................................46 2003....... Katy Znosko.................................39 2002....... Amanda Bernard..........................46 2001....... Genevieve Ward...........................48 2000....... Amanda Bernard..........................59 1999....... Tara Chaisson..............................79 1998....... Tara Chaisson..............................83 1997....... Tara Chaisson............................. 53 1996....... Tara Chaisson............................. 64 1995....... Debbie Hensley............................70 1994....... Debbie Hensley............................53 1993....... Debbie Hensley............................48

GAA (MIN. 50 SHOTS ) 2010....... Katie Merson........................... 2.16 2009....... Lauren Santos.......................... 1.90 2008....... Lauren Santos.......................... 1.83 2007....... Lauren Santos.......................... 1.40 2006....... Lauren Santos.......................... 1.36 2005....... Megan Macdonald................... 1.45 2004....... Laura-Ashley Harris................. 2.13 2003....... Tanya Woehr............................. 1.48 2002....... Tanya Woehr............................. 0.80 2001....... Tanya Woehr............................. 0.98 2000....... Kari Gast.................................. 0.53 1999....... Mary Perry................................ 1.54 1998....... Vanessa Bales......................... 1.88 1997....... V. Bales / M. Perry................... 1.28 1996....... Mary Perry................................ 1.52 1995....... Amanda Sandling.................... 1.56 1994....... Amanda Sandling.................... 2.21 1993....... Angie Harkins........................... 2.82

Goals 2010....... Sara Oland.....................................9 2009....... Sara Oland.....................................3 2008....... Ashley Toussaint..........................13 2007....... Ashley Toussaint............................5 2006....... Ashley Toussaint............................8 2005....... Toussaint/Boardman.....................4 2004....... Katy Znosko...................................3 2003....... Katy Znosko...................................5 2002....... Amanda Bernard..........................10 2001....... Katy Znosko.................................11 2000....... Robin Thirsk.................................17 1999....... Tara Chaisson..............................17 1998....... Tara Chaisson..............................17 1997....... Tara Chaisson..............................11 1996....... Tara Chaisson..............................14 1995....... Debbie Hensley............................12 1994....... Debbie Hensley............................15 1993....... Debbie Hensley............................15

SHOTS FACED 2010....... Katie Merson............................ 183 2009....... Lauren Santos........................... 192 2008....... Lauren Santos........................... 295 2007....... Lauren Santos........................... 154 2006....... Lauren Santos........................... 293 2005....... Megan Macdonald.................... 228 2004....... Laura-Ashley Harris.................. 191 2003....... Kari Gast................................... 199 2002....... Kari Gast....................................141 2001....... Tanya Woehr.................................90 2000....... Tanya Woehr.............................. 125 1999....... Vanessa Bales.......................... 118 1998....... Vanessa Bales.......................... 221 1997....... Mary Perry..................................177 1996....... Mary Perry................................. 231 1995....... Amanda Sandling..................... 254 1994....... Amanda Sandling..................... 224 1993....... Angie Harkins............................ 134

SHUTOUTS 2010...............................................................0 2009...............................................................0 2008....... Lauren Santos................................1 2007....... Lauren Santos................................1 2006....... Lauren Santos................................3 2005....... M. Macdonald / L.A. Harris...........1 2004....... Laura-Ashley Harris.......................2 2003....... T. Woehr / K. Gast.........................2 2002....... Tanya Woehr...................................4 2001....... Tanya Woehr...................................7 2000....... Kari Gast........................................4 1999....... Vanessa Bales...............................2 1998....... Vanessa Bales...............................4 1997....... Mary Perry......................................5 1996....... Mary Perry......................................5 1995....... Amanda Sandling..........................3 1994....... Amanda Sandling..........................3 1993....... Angie Harkins.................................2

Assists 2010....... Courtney Collins.............................3 2009....... Morgan Springer............................2 2008....... Ashley Toussaint............................4 2007....... Smith/Toussaint............................2 2006....... Heather Smith................................3 2005....... Ashley Toussaint............................2 2004....... K. Znosko/J. Boykin.......................3 2003....... Mary-Kate Talbott..........................7 2002....... Jackie Kinsey.................................9 2001....... G. Ward / J. Kinsey........................9 2000....... Amanda Bernard..........................12 1999....... Melissa Cox..................................10 1998....... Tara Chaisson..............................16 1997....... T. Chaisson / R. Thirsk..................9 1996....... Allyson Hood................................10 1995....... Debbie Hensley............................12 1994....... Rachel Tolliver..............................10 1993....... Madi Gatherer................................8

SAVES 2010....... Katie Merson...............................60 2009....... Lauren Santos..............................71 2008....... Lauren Santos........................... 100 2007....... Lauren Santos..............................66 2006....... Lauren Santos........................... 103 2005....... Megan Macdonald.......................71 2004....... Laura-Ashley Harris.....................97 2003....... Kari Gast......................................89 2002....... Kari Gast..................................... 64 2001....... Tanya Woehr.................................68 2000....... Tanya Woehr.................................47 1999....... Vanessa Bales.............................35 1998....... Vanessa Bales.............................51 1997....... Mary Perry....................................78 1996....... Mary Perry....................................73 1995....... Amanda Sandling..................... 104 1994....... Amanda Sandling........................76 1993....... Angie Harkins...............................48

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Alabama Series tied 1-1-0 9-7-1994 A L 9-17-1996 H W

1-4 2-0

Appalachian State GSU leads 12-10-1 10-7-1994 A L 10-15-1994 A W 9-16-1995 H W 10-29-1995 A W 10-6-1996 A W 11-2-1996 H W 9-19-1997 A L 10-28-1997 H W 10-3-1998 H W 11-3-1998 H W 9-11-1999 A W 10-13-2000 H W 9-23-2001 A T 11-9-2001 N W 10-27-2002 H W 10-3-2003 A L 9-26-2004 H L 10-30-2005 A L 10-22-2006 H L 10-21-2007 A L 10-19-2008 H L 9-25-2009 A L 10-14-2010 A L

0-1 5-0 4-0 2-0 5-0 4-1 1-2 4-1 4-0 6-1 1-0 4-1 0-0 3-1 4-0 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-3 0-1

American GSU trails 0-1-0 8-28-2009 N L Auburn Series tied 1-1-0 10-7-1993 H W 9-27-1994 A L Belmont GSU leads 1-0-0 9-8-2000 N W Brewton-Parker GSU leads 2-0-0 10-10-1993 H W 9-20-1994 H W Butler GSU trails 0-1-0 9-20-1998 A L Campbell GSU trails 0-1-0 9-10-1993 A L Charleston Southern GSU leads 8-6-0 9-4-1993 H L 9-22-1993 A L 10-17-1994 H L 10-12-1995 A W 9-7-1996 H L 10-7-1997 A W 10-15-1998 H W 10-11-1999 A W 9-12-2000 H W 11-2-2002 A W 9-30-2003 H W 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

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7-1 5-1

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1-4 1-8 1-2 2-1 1-3 2-0 8-1 2-1 6-0 2-1 4-0

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L L W

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Davidson GSU trails 7-18-1 10-1-1993 H L 9-10-1994 H L 10-21-1994 A L 11-6-1994 N L 9-10-1995 H L 10-21-1995 H W 11-4-1995 A L 9-21-1996 H L 10-26-1996 A L 11-10-1996 A L 9-13-1997 A W 9-12-1998 H W-OT 9-29-1999 A L 11-6-1999 N L 10-1-2000 H W 10-21-2001 A W 10-14-2002 H W 10-12-2003 A L 10-9-2004 H L 10-2-2005 A L 9-24-2006 H L 10-31-2006 A W 11-1-2007 A L 10-30-2008 H L-OT 10-31-2009 A L 10-28-2010 H T-2OT

Chattanooga GSU leads 10-6-1 9-24-1996 A W 6-1 10-19-1996 H W 3-0 10-25-1997 H W 3-2 9-27-1998 A W 11-0 10-3-1999 H W 4-2 10-22-2000 A W 5-0 9-30-2001 H W 1-0 10-5-2002 A W 2-1 10-19-2003 H L 0-2 10-15-2004 A L 0-2 10-9-2005 H L 0-2 10-1-2006 A W 1-0 9-30-2007 H T-2OT 2-2 10-3-2008 H W-OT 3-2 10-25-2009 A L-OT 0-1 10-22-2010 H L 1-4 The Citadel GSU leads 7-3-0 10-14-2001 H W 9-12-2002 A W 10-15-2003 H W 10-6-2004 A W 10-5-2005 H W 9-29-2006 A W 9-19-2007 H W 10-10-2008 A L 10-8-2009 H L 10-14-2010 H L

9-0 6-1 4-0 3-2 3-0 4-1 6-0 1-2 1-2 1-2

Coastal Carolina GSU leads 2-1-0 9-24-2004 H W 9-15-2005 A L 9-19-2010 H W

1-0 1-3 1-0

College of Charleston Series tied 9-9-0 9-16-1993 A W 10-3-1993 H W 9-30-1994 H W 9-20-1995 A W-OT 10-6-1998 H W 10-20-1999 A L 9-20-2000 H W 11-3-2001 A W 9-25-2002 H W 11-8-2002 N L 10-24-2003 A L 10-17-2004 H L 10-13-2005 A L 10-5-2006 H W-2OT 10-4-2007 A L 10-12-2008 H L 10-11-2009 A L 10-17-2010 A L

5-2 1-0 8-1 1-0 5-0 3-5 4-1 3-0 4-0 0-1 0-1 0-3 1-4 2-1 0-2 1-2 0-1 0-2

Columbia GSU trails 0-1-0 9-7-2001 N L Creighton GSU trails 0-1-0 9-7-1998 N L

East Carolina GSU trails 0-2-0 9-29-1996 N L 9-3-2004 A L

0-2 0-2

East Tennessee State GSU leads 7-1-0 9-21-1997 A W 10-18-1998 H W 9-25-1999 A W 10-15-2000 H W 9-21-2001 A W-OT 10-25-2002 H W 10-5-2003 A L-2OT 10-1-2004 H W-OT

8-0 3-0 3-0 4-1 3-2 3-0 2-3 2-1

Elon GSU trails 3-6-0 9-16-2000 N W 11-2-2003 A L-OT 10-28-2004 H L 10-23-2005 A L 10-15-2006 H W 10-14-2007 A L 10-26-2008 A L 10-2-2009 H L 10-3-2010 A W Evansville Series tied 1-1-0 9-18-1998 N L 9-7-2002 N W

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Florida Atlantic Series tied 1-1-0 10-15-1995 H W 8-31-2001 A L

0-3

Florida State GSU leads 1-0-0 9-25-1995 A W

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Furman GSU trails 8-16-0 10-8-1994 A W 10-26-1994 H W 11-5-1994 N W 10-1-1995 H W 10-18-1995 A L-OT 9-10-1996 A W-OT 10-9-1996 H W 11-9-1996 N W 10-15-1997 H W 10-9-1998 A L 11-7-1998 A L 10-15-1999 H L 10-8-2000 A L 10-28-2001 H L-OT 10-18-2002 A L 9-18-2003 H L 10-22-2004 A L 10-20-2005 H L 10-12-2006 A L 11-3-2006 N L 10-11-2007 H L 9-28-2008 A L-OT 10-16-2009 H L 9-26-2010 H L Gardner-Webb GSU leads 1-0-0 8-22-2008 A W Georgetown GSU trails 0-1-0 8-30-2009 A L Georgia GSU trails 0-5-0 9-6-1995 H L 9-3-1996 A L 9-22-2002 A L 9-28-2003 A L 8-26-2005 A L

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

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Georgia State GSU trails 5-9-2 9-17-1994 A W 10-23-1996 H W-OT 8-30-1997 A W 9-2-1998 H L-OT 9-1-1999 A L-OT 8-30-2000 H W 10-5-2001 A W 10-30-2002 H T-2OT 9-10-2003 A L 9-19-2004 H T-2OT 9-23-2005 A L 9-15-2006 H L 9-9-2007 A L 9-19-2008 H L-OT 9-13-2009 A L 10-3-2010 H L

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3-1 0-2

High Point GSU trails 0-1-1 9-23-2007 A L 9-21-2008 H T-2OT

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Jacksonville GSU trails 3-5-0 10-4-1995 A W

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W L L W-OT L-OT L L-OT

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

New Hampshire GSU leads 1-0-0 8-30-2002 N W North Florida GSU trails 1-2-0 8-28-2005 H W 8-27-2006 A L 9-4-2009 N L

2-1

1-0 1-2 1-4

Jacksonville State GSU trails 0-1-1 10-29-1999 A T 9-26-2000 H L

0-0 0-1

Kennesaw State GSU trails 0-1-0 9-12-2010 N L

Northern Illinois Series tied 1-1-0 9-3-2000 N W 8-31-2008 A L

1-2

Lehigh GSU leads 1-0-0 9-2-2001 N W

Northern Iowa GSU leads 1-0-0 8-29-2008 N W-2OT 2-1

2-1

Longwood GSU trails 0-1-0 9-12-2004 N L

0-1

Marshall GSU trails 1-2-0 9-5-1998 N W 9-11-2005 A L 9-21-2007 H L Mercer GSU leads 10-5-1 10-28-1994 A L 10-8-1995 A W 10-29-1996 A W 9-24-1997 H W 10-20-1998 A W 9-22-1999 H W 9-2-2000 A W 9-18-2001 H W 9-17-2002 A W 9-22-2003 H W 8-31-2005 H L 8-25-2006 A W-OT 9-14-2007 H L-2OT 9-12-2008 A T-2OT 9-18-2009 H L 8-22-2010 A L Miami (Ohio) GSU trails 0-1-0 9-6-2002 A L

3-0 0-1 0-2

0-4 3-1 2-1 2-0 8-1 4-2 1-0 4-0 4-0 2-1 1-4 2-1 1-2 1-1 0-2 0-4

0-1

Middle Tennessee State GSU leads 1-0-0 10-30-1999 N W 2-1 Mississippi State Series tied 1-1-0 9-15-2000 N W 9-2-2007 N L

3-0 1-2

Moorehead State Series tied 0-0-1 9-9-2005 N T-2OT

0-0

Navy GSU trails 0-1-0 9-9-2001 A L

1-3

South Florida GSU leads 1-0-0 8-31-1996 H W

5-0 0-2

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Southeastern Louisiana GSU leads 1-0-0 9-10-2004 N W 1-0

USC Upstate GSU leads 1-0-0 8-28-2010 A W

3-0

Southern Miss GSU leads 1-0-0 9-29-1997 H W

3-0

Vanderbilt GSU trails 0-1-0 10-4-1996 A L

0-4

5-0

Vermont GSU leads 1-0-0 8-31-2002 A W

1-0

Stephen F. Austin GSU leads 1-0-0 9-10-2000 N W

Northwestern State GSU leads 1-0-0 8-31-2003 N W 2-0

Stetson Series tied 2-2-0 9-12-1993 H L 10-20-1993 A W 9-3-1994 A W 9-2-1995 A L-OT

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

Nova Southeastern GSU leads 1-0-0 9-27-1997 H W

4-0

Tennessee Tech Series tied 1-1-0 9-10-2010 N L

0-2

0-0

Texas Tech GSU trails 0-1-0 10-4-1997 N L

0-4

7-2

Troy GSU leads 1-0-0 9-16-1997 A W

8-1

Tulsa GSU trails 0-1-0 9-3-2006 A L

0-5

UAB GSU trails 0-1-0 9-14-2003 A L-OT

1-2

UNC Asheville Series tied 1-1-1 10-14-1993 A L 10-18-1994 H W 9-7-1997 H T

0-4 3-1 1-1

UNC Charlotte GSU trails 0-1-0 10-2-1994 H L

1-3

Oral Roberts Series tied 0-0-1 9-1-2006 N T-2OT Piedmont GSU leads 1-0-0 10-23-1993 H W Radford Series tied 1-1-0 9-25-1993 A L 9-11-1994 H W

0-7 5-3

Samford GSU trails 0-5-2 9-15-1997 A T 8-28-1999 H L 9-12-2003 N L-2OT 8-31-2007 A L 10-5-2008 H L 10-23-2009 A L 10-24-2010 H L

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

South Alabama GSU trails 1-3-0 10-3-1994 H L 9-24-1995 A L 10-13-1996 H W 10-3-1997 A L

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

South Carolina GSU trails 1-5-0 10-27-1995 H W 10-16-1996 A L 10-10-1997 H L 9-30-1998 A L 9-6-1999 H L 9-26-2003 N L

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

UNC Greensboro GSU trails 3-12-0 10-21-1997 H L 10-23-1998 A L 10-24-1999 H W 11-2-1999 A W 9-30-2000 H L 10-19-2001 A L 10-12-2002 H W 10-31-2003 A L 10-24-2004 H L 10-16-2005 A L 10-8-2006 H L 10-7-2007 A L 10-24-2008 A L 10-4-2009 H L 10-1-2010 A L

South Carolina State GSU leads 2-0-0 10-5-1999 H W 9-0 9-10-2006 H W 4-0

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UNC Wilmington GSU trails 0-1-0 9-5-2004 A L

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Virginia Commonwealth GSU leads 1-0-0 9-25-1998 H W 6-1 Virginia Tech GSU trails 1-2-0 9-11-1993 N L 9-27-1993 A L 10-26-1993 H W

0-4 1-5 2-1

Wake Forest GSU trails 0-1-0 9-12-1995 A L

1-3

Western Carolina GSU trails 3-9-2 9-12-1999 A W-OT 10-20-2000 A L-OT 11-3-2000 A L 9-28-2001 H W 11-10-2001 N L 9-20-2002 A T-2OT 10-26-2003 H L 10-31-2004 A L 10-28-2005 H L 10-20-2006 A W-2OT 10-19-2007 H T-2OT 10-17-2008 H L 9-27-2009 A L 10-8-2010 A L

2-1 1-2 1-3 1-0 1-2 2-2 0-1 1-6 0-2 3-2 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-2

Winthrop GSU trails 1-2-0 9-3-2005 A L 1-3 9-17-2006 H L 0-1 9-28-2007 A W-2OT 1-0 Wofford GSU leads 8-7-1 9-17-1995 H W 9-11-1996 A W 10-18-1997 H L 11-1-1997 N L 10-11-1998 A L 9-19-1999 H L 10-16-2000 A W 10-26-2001 H W 10-6-2002 A L 10-10-2003 H T-2OT 10-3-2004 A L 9-29-2005 H W 10-27-2006 A L 10-25-2007 H W 9-26-2008 A W 10-18-2009 H W 9-24-2010 H W

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1993 7-9 Tom Norton 9-4 H Charleston Southern L 1-4 9-10 A# Campbell L 0-8 9-11 N# Virginia Tech L 0-4 9-12 H Stetson L 1-5 9-16 A College of Charleston W 5-2 9-22 A Charleston Southern L 1-8 9-25 A Radford L 0-7 9-27 A Virginia Tech L 1-5 10-1 H Davidson L 1-5 10-3 H College of Charleston W 1-0 10-7 H Auburn W 2-1 10-10 H Brewton-Parker W 7-1 10-14 A UNC Asheville L 0-4 10-20 A Stetson W 3-0 10-23 H Piedmont W 7-2 10-26 H Virginia Tech W 2-1 # Campbell Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.) 1994 10-10-0 (3-3-0 2nd) Tom Norton 9-3 A Stetson W 9-7 A Alabama L 9-10 H Davidson* L 9-11 H Radford W 9-17 A Georgia State W 9-20 H Brewton-Parker W 9-27 A Auburn L 9-30 H College of Charleston W 10-2 H UNC Charlotte L 10-3 H South Alabama L 10-7 A Appalachian State* L 10-8 A Furman* W 10-15 A Appalachian State* W 10-17 H Charleston Southern L 10-18 H UNC Asheville W 10-21 A Davidson* L 10-26 H Furman* W 10-28 A Mercer L 11-5 N+ Furman W 11-6 N+ Davidson L * SoCon Match + SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

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

1995 12-7-0 (4-2-0, 2nd) Tom Norton 9-2 A Stetson L-OT 1-3 9-6 H Georgia L 1-2 9-10 H Davidson* L 1-5 9-12 A Wake Forest L 1-3 9-16 H^ Appalachian State* W 4-0 9-17 H^ Wofford W 7-2 9-20 A College of Charleston W-OT 1-0 9-24 A South Alabama L 0-1 10-1 H Furman* W 0-2 10-4 A Jacksonville W 13-1 10-8 A Mercer W 3-1 10-12 A Charleston Southern W 2-1 10-15 H Florida Atlantic W 3-1 10-18 A Furman* L-OT 0-2 10-21 H Davidson* W 2-1 10-27 H South Carolina W 3-2 10-29 A Appalachian State* W 2-0 11-4 A+ Davidson L 0-4 * SoCon Match ^ Reebok Eagle Invite. (Statesboro, Ga.) + SoCon Tournament (Davidson, N.C.)

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1996 13-8-0 (6-2-0, 2nd) Tom Norton 8-31 H South Florida W 2-0 9-3 A Georgia L 2-3 9-7 H Charleston Southern L 1-3 9-10 A Furman* W-OT 5-4 9-11 A Wofford W 2-1 9-17 H Alabama W 2-0 9-21 H Davidson* L 1-2 9-24 A Chattanooga* W 6-1 9-29 N! East Carolina L 0-2 10-4 A^ Vanderbilt L 0-4 10-6 A Appalachian State* W 5-0 10-9 H Furman* W 4-2 10-13 H South Alabama W 1-0 10-16 A South Carolina L 0-1 10-19 H Chattanooga* W 3-0 10-23 H Georgia State W-OT 3-2 10-26 A Davidson* L 1-3 10-29 A Mercer W 2-1 11-2 H Appalachian State* W 4-1 11-9 N+ Furman W 1-0 11-10 A+ Davidson L 0-1 * SoCon Match ! UNCA-Puma Classic (Asheville, N.C.) ^ Vanderbilt Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.) + SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

1998 10-10-0 (5-3-0, T-3rd) Tom Norton 9-2 H Georgia State L-OT 1-2 9-5 N$ Marshall W 3-0 9-7 N$ Creighton L 0-3 9-9 A Jacksonville L 1-5 9-12 H Davidson* W-OT 1-0 9-18 N# Evansville L 0-2 9-20 A# Butler L 0-3 9-25 H Virginia Commonwealth W 6-1 9-27 A Chattanooga* W 11-0 9-30 A South Carolina L 1-5 10-3 H Appalachian State* W 4-0 10-6 H College of Charleston* W 5-0 10-9 A Furman* L 1-3 10-11 A Wofford* L 2-3 10-15 H Charleston Southern W 8-1 10-18 H East Tennessee State* W 3-0 10-23 A UNC Greensboro* L 3-4 10-30 A Mercer W 8-1 11-3 H! Appalachian State W 6-1 11-7 A+ Furman L 1-3 * SoCon Match $ Powertel-UAB Invite. (Birmingham, Ala.) # Nike-Butler Invitational (Indianapolis, Ind.) ! SoCon Tourn. First Round (Statesboro, Ga.) + SoCon Tournament (Davidson, N.C.)

1997 12-7-2 (4-3-0, T-3rd) Tom Norton 8-30 A Georgia State W 1-0 9-7 H UNC Asheville T 1-1 9-10 H Jacksonville W 2-1 9-13 A Davidson* W 2-1 9-15 A Samford T 0-0 9-16 A Troy State W 8-1 9-19 A Appalachian State* L 1-2 9-21 A East Tennessee State* W 8-0 9-24 H Mercer W 2-0 9-27 H Nova Southeastern W 4-0 9-29 H Southern Mississippi W 3-0 10-3 A^ South Alabama L 3-4 10-4 N^ Texas Tech L 0-4 10-7 A Charleston Southern W 2-0 10-10 H South Carolina L 2-3 10-15 H Furman* W 1-0 10-18 H Wofford* L 3-4 10-21 H UNC Greensboro* L 0-3 10-25 H Chattanooga* W 3-2 10-28 H! Appalachian State W 4-1 11-1 N+ Wofford L 0-1 * SoCon Match ^ South Alabama Jaguar Invite (Mobile, Ala.) ! SoCon Tourn. First Round (Statesboro, Ga.) + SoCon Tournament (Davidson, N.C.)

1999 10-9-1 (5-4-0, T-6th) Tom Norton 8-28 H Samford L 1-2 9-1 A Georgia State L-OT 4-5 9-6 H South Carolina L 0-1 9-11 A Appalachian State* W 1-0 9-12 A Western Carolina* W-OT 2-1 9-19 H Wofford* L 1-2 9-22 H Mercer W 4-2 9-25 A East Tennessee State* W 3-0 9-29 A Davidson* L 0-3 10-3 H Chattanooga* W 4-2 10-5 H South Carolina State W 9-0 10-8 H Jacksonville L 1-2 10-11 A Charleston Southern W 2-1 10-15 H Furman* L 0-3 10-20 A College of Charleston* L 3-5 10-24 H UNC Greensboro* W 4-2 10-29 A# Jacksonville State T 0-0 10-30 N# Middle Tennessee State W 2-1 11-2 A+ UNC Greensboro W 2-1 11-6 N+ Davidson L 1-4 * SoCon Match # Jacksonville St. Tourn. (Jacksonville, Ala.) ^ Vanderbilt Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.) + SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

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2000 14-5-0 (6-3-0, T-3rd) Tom Norton 8-30 H Georgia State W 6-0 9-2 A Mercer W 1-0 9-3 N% Northern Illinois W 5-0 9-8 N# Belmont W 3-1 9-10 N# Stephen F. Austin W 5-0 9-12 H Charleston Southern W 6-0 9-15 N$ Mississippi State W 3-0 9-16 N$ Elon W 3-0 9-20 H College of Charleston* W 4-1 10-1 H Davidson* W 3-2 10-6 A Wofford* W 2-1 10-8 A Furman* L 2-3 10-13 H Appalachian State* W 4-1 10-15 H East Tennessee State* W 4-1 10-20 A Western Carolina* L-OT 1-2 10-22 A Chattanooga* W 5-0 11-3 A+ Western Carolina L 1-3 * SoCon Match # Jacksonville St. Tourn. (Jacksonville, Ala.) ^ Vanderbilt Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.) + SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 2001 12-6-1 (7-2-1, 4th) Tom Norton 2001 12-6-1 (7-2-1, 4th) Tom Norton 8-31 A# Florida Atlantic L 0-2 9-2 N# Lehigh W 2-1 9-7 N$ Columbia L 1-3 9-9 A$ Navy L 1-3 9-18 H Mercer W 4-0 9-21 A East Tennessee State* W-OT 3-2 9-23 A Appalachian State* T 0-0 9-28 H Western Carolina* W 1-0 9-30 H Chattanooga* W 1-0 10-5 A Georgia State W 4-2 10-9 A Jacksonville W-OT 1-0 10-14 H The Citadel* W 9-0 10-19 A UNC Greensboro* L 0-3 10-21 A Davidson* W 3-0 10-26 H Wofford* W 5-0 10-28 H Furman* L-OT 1-2 11-3 A College of Charleston* W 3-0 11-9 N+ Appalachian State W 3-1 11-10 N+ Western Carolina L 1-2 * SoCon Match # Florida Atlantic Tourn. (Boca Raton, Fla.) $ U.S. Naval Acad. Tourn. (Annapolis, Md.) + SoCon Tournament (Greenville, S.C.)

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2002 12-5-2 (7-2-1, 3rd) Tom Norton 8-30 N# New Hampshire W 2-1 8-31 A# Vermont W 1-0 9-6 A$ Miami (Ohio) L 0-1 9-7 N$ Evansville W 1-0 9-12 A The Citadel* W 6-1 9-17 A Mercer W 4-0 9-20 A Western Carolina* T-2OT 2-2 9-22 A Georgia L 0-5 9-25 H College of Charleston* W 5-0 10-5 A Chattanooga* W 2-1 10-6 A Wofford* L 1-2 10-12 H UNC Greensboro* W 3-2 10-14 H Davidson* W 2-0 10-18 A Furman* L 0-4 10-25 H East Tennessee State* W 3-0 10-27 H Appalachian State* W 4-0 10-30 H Georgia State* T-2OT 1-1 11-2 A Charleston Southern W 2-1 11-8 N+ College of Charleston L 0-1 * SoCon Match # Vermont-Adidas Tourn. (Burlington, Vt.) $ Miami (Ohio) Tournament (Oxford, Ohio) +SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 2003 5-14-1 (1-9-1, 11th) Tom Norton 8-29 N# Tennessee Tech W 8-31 N# Northwestern State W 9-10 A Georgia State L 9-12 N$ Samford L-2OT 9-14 A$ UAB L-OT 9-18 H Furman* L 9-22 H Mercer W 9-26 N! South Carolina L 9-28 A! Georgia L 9-30 H Charleston Southern W 10-3 A Appalachian State* L 10-5 A East Tennessee State* L-2OT 10-10 H Wofford* T-2OT 10-12 A Davidson* L 10-15 H The Citadel* W 10-19 H Chattanooga* L 10-24 A College of Charleston* L 10-26 H Western Carolina* L 10-31 A UNC Greensboro* L 11-2 A Elon L-OT * SoCon Match # Mercer Tournament (Macon, Ga.) $ UAB-Nike Classic (Birmingham, Ala.) ! Georgia Tournament (Athens, Ga.)

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2004 4-12-1 (2-9-0, 11th) Ashley Hart 9-3 A East Carolina L 0-2 9-5 A UNC Wilmington L 1-6 9-10 N# Southeastern Louisiana W 1-0 9-12 N# Longwood L 0-1 9-19 H Georgia State T-2OT 2-2 9-24 H Coastal Carolina W 1-0 9-21 H Davidson* L 1-2 9-24 A Chattanooga* W 6-1 9-29 N! East Carolina L 0-2 10-4 A^ Vanderbilt L 0-4 10-6 A Appalachian State* W 5-0 10-9 H Furman* W 4-2 10-13 H South Alabama W 1-0 10-16 A South Carolina L 0-1 10-19 H Chattanooga* W 3-0 10-23 H Georgia State W-OT 3-2 10-26 A Davidson* L 1-3 10-29 A Mercer W 2-1 11-2 H Appalachian State* W 4-1 11-9 N+ Furman W 1-0 11-10 A+ Davidson L 0-1 * SoCon Match ! UNCA-Puma Classic (Asheville, N.C.) ^ Vanderbilt Invitational (Nashville, Tenn.) + SoCon Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 2005 3-15-1 (2-8-0, 10th) Ashley Hart 8-26 A Georgia L 0-6 8-28 H North Florida W 1-0 8-31 H Mercer L 1-4 9-3 A Winthrop L 1-3 9-9 N# Moorehead State T-2OT 0-0 9-11 A# Marshall L 0-1 9-15 A Coastal Carolina L 1-3 9-20 H Jacksonville L-OT 0-1 9-23 A Georgia State L 1-4 9-29 H Wofford* W 2-1 10-2 A Davidson* L 0-3 10-5 H The Citadel* W 3-0 10-9 H Chattanooga* L 0-2 10-13 A College of Charleston* L 1-4 10-16 A UNC Greensboro* L 0-3 10-20 H Furman* L 0-5 10-23 A Elon* L 1-5 10-28 H Western Carolina* L 0-2 10-30 A Appalachian State* L 0-1 * SoCon Match # Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W. Va.)

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2006 8-11-1 (5-5-0, 7th) Ashley Hart 8-25 A Mercer W-OT 2-1 8-27 A North Florida L 1-2 9-1 N# Oral Roberts T-2OT 0-0 9-3 N# Tulsa L 0-5 9-8 A Jacksonville L 0-1 9-10 H South Carolina State W 4-0 9-15 H Georgia State L 0-1 9-17 H Winthrop L 0-1 9-24 H Davidson* L 1-3 9-29 A The Citadel* W 4-1 10-1 A Chattanooga* W 1-0 10-5 H College of Charleston* W-2OT 2-1 10-8 H UNC Greensboro* L 0-1 10-12 A Furman* L 0-3 10-15 H Elon* W 1-0 10-20 A Western Carolina* W-2OT 3-2 10-22 H Appalachian State* L 0-1 10-31 A^ Davidson W 1-0 11-3 N+ Furman L 0-2 * SoCon Match # Tulsa Invitational (Tulsa, Okla.) ^ SoCon Tourn. First Round (Davidson, N.C.) + SoCon Tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) 2007 3-12-2 (2-6-2, 9th) Ashley Hart 8-31 A# Samford L 0-1 9-2 N# Mississippi State L 1-2 9-9 A Georgia State L 0-2 9-14 H Mercer L-2OT 1-2 9-19 H The Citadel* W 6-0 9-21 H Marshall L 0-2 9-23 A High Point L 0-1 9-28 A Winthrop W-2OT 1-0 9-30 H Chattanooga* T-2OT 2-2 10-4 A College of Charleston* L 0-2 10-7 A UNC Greensboro* L 0-3 10-11 H Furman* L 1-3 10-14 A Elon* L 0-1 10-19 H Western Carolina* T-2OT 1-1 10-21 A Appalachian State* L 1-2 10-25 H Wofford* W 2-1 11-1 A Davidson* L 0-2 * SoCon Match # Samford Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

2008 4-11-3 (2-8-1, 10th) Ashley Hart 8-22 A Gardner-Webb W 2-0 8-29 N# Northern Iowa W-2OT 2-1 8-31 A# Northern Illinois L 0-2 9-7 H Charleston Southern L 1-2 9-12 A Mercer T-2OT 1-1 9-19 H Georgia State L-OT 0-1 9-21 H High Point T-2OT 4-4 9-26 A Wofford* W 2-1 9-28 A Furman* L-OT 3-4 10-3 H Chattanooga* W-OT 3-2 10-5 H Samford* L 0-1 10-10 A The Citadel* L 1-2 10-12 H College of Charleston* T-2OT 1-1 10-17 H Western Carolina* L 1-2 10-19 H Appalachian State* L 0-1 10-24 A UNC Greensboro* L 1-5 10-26 A Elon* L 0-3 10-30 H Davidson* L-OT 1-2 * SoCon Match # NIU Tournament (DeKalb, Ill.) 2009 1-17-0 (1-10-0, 12th) Ashley Hart 8-22 A Charleston Southern L 8-28 N# American L 8-30 A# Georgetown L 9-4 N& North Florida L 9-6 A& Jacksonville L-OT 9-13 A Georgia State L 9-18 H Mercer L 9-25 A Appalachian State * L 9-27 A Western Carolina * L 10-2 H Elon * L 10-4 H UNC Greensboro * L 10-8 H The Citadel * L 10-11 A College of Charleston * L 10-16 H Furman * L 10-18 H Wofford * W 10-23 A Samford * L 10-25 A Chattanooga * L-OT 10-31 A Davidson * L * SoCon Match # D.C. Invitational (Washington D.C.) & Coaches for a Cure (Jacksonville, Fla.)

2010 5-12-1 (2-8-1, 12th) Ashley Hart 8-22 A Mercer L 8-28 A USC Upstate W 9-3 H Georgia State L 9-5 H Charleston Southern W 9-10 N# Tennessee Tech L 9-12 N# Kennesaw State L 9-19 H Coastal Carolina W 9-24 H Wofford * W 9-26 H Furman * L 10-1 A UNC Greensboro * L 10-3 A Elon * W 10-8 A Western Carolina * L 10-10 A Appalachian State * L 10-14 A The Citadel * L 10-17 A College of Charleston * L 10-22 H Chattanooga * L 10-24 H Samford * L 10-28 H Davidson * T-2OT * SoCon Match # at Birmingham, Ala.

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A-A-A Jenny Anderson.................................2007-09 B-B-B Mary Babington...................................... 1994 Leigh Bailey.......................................1993-94 Vanessa Bales.............................. 1996-2000 Jodi Barnes........................................1996-99 Kathy Barron........................................... 1994 Christina Beam....................................... 1994 Erin Behm..........................................1995-96 Michelle Berard.................................2007-08 Amanda Bernard...............................1999-02 Jodi Berto........................................... 1994-97 Kate Boardman.................... 2005-06, 08-09 Sandy Bonfim....................................1993-96 Elissa Botts........................................2007-08 Tonya Bowden........................................ 1996 Jenni Boykin......................................2004-07 Audrey Brown.....................................2005-08 Kelly Burrell.......................................1995-98 C-C-C Michelle Carlson......................... 2005-07, 09 Jamie Carraway.................................2005-06 Tara Chaisson....................................1996-99 Whitney Christen.................................... 1995 Tracey Christiansen................................ 2009 Emily Churchill...................................2002-03 Courtney Collins..................................... 2009 Kim Conner........................................ 1996-97 Vikki Corbitt.......................................2002-04 Melissa Cox............................................ 1998 Morgan Cox........................................1994-96 Shannon Cromwell............................ 1997-98 Lauren Crossan...................................... 2006 Lindsey Cummings....................... 1999-2002

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D-D-D Colleen Deignan......................... 2004-05, 07 Jonelle Demko...................................1994-95 Autumn D’Ornellas................................. 2000 Lauren Drury......................................2000-01 Holly Dyer................................................ 2009

Lindsey Grossman.............................1995-98 Nadine Guediri..................................2000-03 H-H-H Angie Harkins......................................... 1993 Laura-Ashley Harris...........................2004-07 Debbie Hensley.................................1993-95 Shea Hickey.......................................2004-07 Ally Hood............................................1993-96 Jenny Howell...................................... 1997-98

R-R-R Camilla Ray........................................2000-02 Allison Reed............................................ 2006 Becky Rice.................................... 1999-2002 Jessica Rice.......................................2002-05 Susanne Rogers................................2005-07 Kristie Rohrer......................................... 1994 Christina Ruta....................................2000-03 Caroline Rutledge.............................. 2008-XX

I-I-I Kassia Ishmael..................................2003-04

S-S-S Amanda Sandling..............................1994-95 Lauren Santos...................................2006-09 Brooke Satterwhite................................ 1996 Caroline Scales....................................... 2009 Erin Scott................................................ 1993 Ashley Sepaniak..................................... 2009 Nicola Sharp........................................... 1993 Ellen Shuler.......................................2003-04 Amron Skowronski..................................1997 Heather Smith...................................2006-07 Laura Smith.......................................2006-09 Kyrstin Smith.......................................... 2009 Morgan Springer.................................... 2009 Mallory Springfield............................2006-07 Stephanie Stein.................................2000-01 Shelly Strong........................................... 1993 Kelly Suter................................................2007 Katie Szeghalmi................................2000-03

J-J-J Liesl Jenkins........................................... 2006 Faith Joslin.........................................2002-03 K-K-K Danae Kaimuloa...............................2008-09 Chelsea Kephart...............................2008-09 Jackie Kinsey................................ 1999-2002 Tera Kudrasovs..................................2000-03 L-L-L Lisa Lamb..........................................1993-96 Niki Lepper............................................ 2006Lisa Littlejohn............................... 1997-2000 Jill Logue............................................1994-95 M-M-M Megan Macdonald............................2004-05 Candace Marshall.............................2008-09 Missy Meyer............................................ 2009 Janis Milne.................................... 1997-2000 Stacy Moore.......................................2003-04 Mandy Morris....................................1998-99 Kelly Mothorpe............................. 1999-2001 Jennifer Myers...................................2000-03 N-N-N Christy Naife......................................2008-09 Molly Nepote......................................2007-08 Christie Nipaver.................................2001-04 Tene North.........................................1993-94

E-E-E Cassie Elrod............................................ 2009

O-O-O Sara Oland.........................................2008-09

F - F -F Sarah Farrer............................... 2001-02, 04 Holli Finneren....................................2005-08 Jaclyn Flock.......................................1996-99 Seebie Fountain..................................... 1998 Carol Furness.................................... 1994-97

P-P-P Dayna Passarella..............................1998-01 Mary Perry.........................................1996-99 Katie Petroski......................................... 2005 Lindsay Pharr.......................................... 2004 Andrea Pfeiffer............................. 1998-2001 Megan Pickett........................................ 2005 Sydney Pietrykowski............................... 2009 Megan Pinkston................................ 1994-97 Morgan Pinkston.................................... 1999 Veronica Pitt........................................... 2002 Andrea Plichta...................................1993-94

G-G-G Kari Gast............................................2000-03 Madi Gatherer........................................ 1993 Susan George......................................... 1996 Karla Gilmore....................................2005-06 Jennifer Godfrey................................2007-09 Katie Gosnell.....................................2004-07 Jordan Griffis.......................................... 2004 Amelia Grisaffe....................................... 2002 Christie Grisaffe........................... 1999-2002

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T-T-T Mary-Kate Talbott..............................2000-03 Allison Tetrault...................................1993-96 Robin Thirsk.................................. 1997-2000 Nancy Thomas........................................ 1993 Amanda Thompson................................ 1998 Shannon Todd...................................1995-98 Stephanie Todd.................................1996-99 Rachel Tolliver...................................1994-96 Ashley Toussaint................................2005-08 Angie Turner.......................................1993-95 Jenny Tyre............................................... 1993 V-V-V Misty Vanlandingham.......................1994-95 Vanessa Vickrey................................1995-98 Gretchen VonDuyke............................... 1993 W-W-W Genevieve Ward................................2000-03 Abby Wheeler.....................................2005-08 Tanya Woehr......................................2000-03 Amber Wilson....................................1995-98 Z-Z-Z Colleen Znosko..................................2003-04 Katy Znosko.......................................2001-04

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THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE The Southern Conference The Southern Conference, which began its 91st season of intercollegiate competition in 2011, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on Capital One Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too

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large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on January 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda which has improved competition, upgraded compliancerelated matters, launched the conference’s Hall of Fame and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 20012005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C., to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts.

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men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball. Coaches and Administrators The Southern Conference has also been a breeding ground for some of college athletics’ most recognized coaches and administrators. Legendary basketball coaches Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and Everett Case of North Carolina State both worked the sidelines in the Southern Conference. Rupp guided the Wildcats to a 30-5 mark during the 1931 and 1932 seasons. Yet, for all his coaching accomplishments, Rupp never led Kentucky to a Southern Conference tournament championship. Case mentored the Wolfpack to six consecutive Southern Conference Tournament championships from 1947 through 1952. Lefty Driesell coached Davidson to three Southern Conference Tournament championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969. Driesell also won the league’s Coach of the Year award four straight times from 1963 through 1966. Former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins earned league Coach of the Year honors three times in the late ’70s and early ’80s while at Appalachian State and is now the head coach at the College of Charleston. Terry Holland saw his basketball coaching career take off at Davidson when he returned to his alma mater in 1970. Holland was honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year for three consecutive seasons from 1970-72 and led the Wildcats to the conference tournament title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1970. J. Dallas Shirley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, spent 21 years as the assistant to the commissioner and supervisor of officials in the Southern Conference. He also served as president of the International Association Basketball Officials and the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. The legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant got his coaching start in the Southern Conference as he guided the Maryland Terrapins in 1945. Another famous Southern Conference football coach is the late Frank Howard of Clemson, who guided the Tigers as a league member from 1940-52. The incomparable Howard won 69 Southern Conference games. The Southern Conference has been represented on the sidelines at five Super Bowls in recent years. Bobby Ross, who piloted the San Diego Chargers to the 1996 Super Bowl, was the head coach at The Citadel from 1973-77. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy directed William & Mary from 1964-68. He was succeeded at William & Mary by Lou Holtz. William & Mary competed in the Southern Conference from 1936-77.

As the largest and most comprehensive research institution in southeast Georgia, Georgia Southern University continues to set the bar for academic excellence. During the past decade, Georgia Southern has shown growth in size and scope that has led to recognition by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top five most popular universities in the nation. Georgia Southern continues to be one of the top choices in the state for new freshmen and HOPE scholars, with a record enrollment of approximately 20,000 students, celebrating a diverse population from 49 U.S. states and nearly 100 nations from around the world. The University offers more than 115 degree programs at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels through eight colleges, as well as a variety of online classes in business, education, liberal arts, science, technology and healthcare, including an array of advanced degree programs. Without a doubt, Georgia Southern boasts one of the most picturesque and iconic college campuses in the country. Among the magnolias and classic Southern red brick buildings, you will find relaxing parks, lakes and the Pedestrium, a walkway that stretches through the heart of the nearly 700-acre campus. During the past decade, almost $300 million in construction and renovation projects have been completed, including state-of-the-art classroom and recreation facilities and a number of modern apartment-style residence halls like the upscale housing at Centennial Place, which includes Cold Stone Creamery, Einstein Bros. Bagel restaurant and more. The University recently celebrated the groundbreaking of a new $37 million Biological Sciences Building that will open in Spring 2013. As a Carnegie Doctoral-Research University, Georgia Southern’s hallmarks focus on teaching, an increasing emphasis on research and a studentcentered approach that give the University the feel of a much smaller private college. Students are at the center of everything Georgia Southern does, and the University has created an environment where students can thrive, learn, and prepare for their future.

From the moment students step on campus, they are immediately challenged by the academic curriculum, while also having the opportunity to take part in an incredible amount of activities that rival larger universities. The University Honors Program attracts high-achieving students and the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement encourages students to make leadership a part of their college resumes. Students are engaged in community volunteerism, campus theatre productions, academic organizations and recreational athletics, just to name a few of the opportunities offered in this well-rounded collegiate atmosphere.

Championship History The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From its humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10

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The University has received recent national recognition from Forbes Magazine and The Princeton Review, setting Georgia Southern apart from its peers. Georgia Southern has once again been recognized as one of America’s Best Colleges and one of the “Best 301 Business Schools” in the nation. The University’s business and nursing programs have also been recognized among 2012’s Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News and World Report. Additionally, Georgia Southern has been recognized as one of Forbes’ top universities in the nation for minority science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Georgia Southern continues to focus on its future as a national comprehensive institution and is adding new degree programs that are attracting interest from around the world. This fall, the University began offering bachelor’s degrees in civil, mechanical and electrical engineering providing another in-state option for engineering. As a center for learning and discovery, Georgia Southern also provides unique opportunities through its’ public outreach facilities – the Botanical Garden, the Georgia Southern Museum, the Center for Wildlife Education and Lamar Q Ball, Jr. Raptor Center, the Nessmith-Lane Continuing Education Building and the Performing Arts Center. Every day, someone, somewhere in the world is touched by the work of a Georgia Southern student, alumnus, staff, or faculty member — making the reach of this University truly global. With nearly 70,000 alumni, the Eagle Nation features a strong network that continues to grow with each graduating class. Dan Cathy, President and COO of Chick-fil-A, country music singer Luke Bryan, former Metlife Principal of the Year Molly Howard, business and healthcare professionals, professional athletes and more are all graduates of Georgia Southern. No matter the field, the University is increasingly becoming the first choice for the next generation of leaders. For more information, visit www.georgiasouthern.edu.

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Away from the playing fields, the cameras, and the excitement exists Iron Works, the heart of GSU’s strength and conditioning for all 15 intercollegiate teams. There, athletes enhance their physical capabilities through the training leadership of certified coaches, and the ending results are usually displayed in the win column. Built in 1989, the recent Iron Works renovation included the addition of offices and the total rehab of the entrance and interior. Nearly $50,000 worth of new weight equipment including multi-squat racks, two Olympic platforms complete with bumpers plates and bars, free weights, hammer machines and body weight scale were added. The biggest addition is a Mondo surface track 9x60 feet running down the middle of Iron Works for warm-up and agility work. Already at 5,400 square feet, the addition of nearly 1,000 square feet – including storage areas and modernized reception area previously not available – makes Iron Works a premier workout facility. Georgia Southern Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Tom Melton, who re-joined the GSU staff with the dual title of assistant athletics director/athletic performance in the spring of 2004, provides a direct strength training leadership role to the Eagle football program while coordinating and supervising off-season and in-season applications for the remaining 14 GSU teams. Thanks to donations received from former Georgia Southern football athletes, Iron Works is also home to two Vertimax Jump Trainers.

The GSU SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER underwent an impressive re-modeling phase in 1998 within its Hanner Fieldhouse location and features state-of-the-art equipment for the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. Thirteen athletic trainers work with all 15 Eagle teams to prevent and rehabilitate injuries. The facility incorporates the latest advances and resources in sports medicine technology, including a complete hydra-therapy area and a large collection of student-athlete treatment stations. Brandy Petty Clouse

John Erwin

Director of Sports Medicine

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Robbie Jackson

Justin Matlage

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

ACADEMIC SERVICES CONE HALL is the home to the Academic Enhancement Center in the Office of Student-Athlete Services.

TOM MELTON Assistant A.D./Strength and Conditioning

BRANDON HOWARD Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

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The Division provides academic servcies for all 15 Eagle teams. The facility provides individual and group study areas, a computer lab, meeting rooms for tutorial work, a lecture room and offices for support staff. In the 2008-09 academic year, five Georgia Southern sport programs recorded a perfect 1,000 Academic Progress Rate (APR), a measure of academic success by the NCAA.

Daryl Evans Academic Advisor

SKYLER PYLES

Lauren DeLuca

Matt Lombardi

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Academic Advisor

AcadeSmic Advisor

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dr. BROOKS A. KEEL

sam baker

president

director of athletics

Brooks A. Keel, Ph.D. began his tenure as the 12th President of Georgia Southern University on January 4, 2010.

development.

The Augusta, Ga. native, a self-described product of the education system of Georgia, returns to his home state to lead Georgia Southern University with significant experience in the top ranks of academia, research, and economic

Prior to his arrival at Georgia Southern this past year, Keel served as the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development, and professor of Biological Sciences at Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge since 2006. From 2002 to 2006, he was a professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and associate Vice President for Research at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. Keel’s professional career began in 1985 at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, where he served in a variety of positions including the Daniel K. Roberts Distinguished Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1995-2001), President of the Women’s Research Institute (1993-2001), and Director of Reproductive Medicine Laboratories (1994-2002). Since joining Georgia Southern, Keel has been focused on expanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities whether through research, creative or community-based educational experiences. In addition, he has been working to increase Georgia Southern’s research and economic development opportunities. The University is already beginning to attract interest through its Renewable Energy Lab and Public Health Core Research Lab. Keel earned his Ph.D. in reproductive endocrinology from the Medical College of Georgia in 1982 and a Bachelor of Science in biology and chemistry from Augusta College (now Augusta State University) in 1978. He has completed postdoctoral work at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston and at the University of South Dakota School of Medicine, Vermillion. He is a member of the Society for the Study of Reproduction, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, among others. Keel has served on numerous boards related to his discipline, including the American Board of Bioanalysis, the American Association of Bioanalysts Board of Registry, the Oak Ridge Associated Universities, the Southeastern Universities Research Association and the Executive Committee of the Council on Research Policy and Graduate Education of APLU. Keel is married to Dr. Tammie Schalue, an accomplished scientist and scholar. Dr. Schalue currently serves as the director of laboratories at the Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine and the associate administrator for the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB). Both are certified SCUBA diving instructors.

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Building a strong future for the Georgia Southern sports programs in his 15 years as Director of Athletics, Sam Baker has positioned the Eagles for success with new or renovated facilities, a foundation of financial stability and decisions to ensure the best for the student-athlete. An integral component of this ideology is the commitment to “Rings and Diplomas,” as the Athletics Department provides the opportunity for every Georgia Southern student-athlete to win a championship ring and earn a diploma. The emphasis on the “student” in studentathlete is one trademark of the Georgia Southern athletics program as Baker promotes the initiative and continued support for excellence in the classroom. Following the spring semester 2010, 156 student-athletes posted grade point averages of 3.0 or better with all 15 sports teams represented on the list. All 15 also had members of their teams on the Dean’s List for GPAs of 3.5 to 3.99 and 26 student-athletes achieved perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the semester. Numerous student-athletes have earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors with six named to the prestigious Academic All-America list. The most recent honoree was Eagle softball player Nina Iduate, who was voted to the national first team in June 2010. Continuing to add to the lengthy list of accomplishments for the program, the Athletics Department has now captured 27 Southern Conference championships and made 23 appearances in NCAA postseason play. The most acclaimed is the Eagle Football program, accounting for seven SoCon titles, eight NCAA playoff appearances (Division I FCS) and back-to-back NCAA FCS titles in 1999 and 2000, two of the nation’s-best six FCS national championships, during the Baker tenure. A primary focus of Baker’s efforts has been facility improvements for fans and student-athletes. The second phase of the softball stadium was completed in 2008 with the construction of stadium seating, team locker rooms and public rest rooms. Aesthetic changes to the north concourse at Paulson Stadium in summer 2008 matched the improvements made the previous season on the south side. The Gene Bishop Field House opened in the fall 2006, providing the home and visiting team with new locker rooms and a social meeting place upstairs for Athletic Foundation members. In the same time period, the Bennett-Ramsey Golf Center was completed, providing Eagle Golf with one of the top all-around practice facilities the nation. Building and renovations were completed for several projects including the renovation of J.I. Clements Baseball Stadium, the construction of a Track/ Soccer Stadium, renovation and expansion of Iron Works (Georgia Southern’s athletic performance center) and Men’s Basketball Locker Room (donated by Michael and Katrina Curry). In addition, other team locker rooms, sports medicine treatment center, equipment room, and coaches’ offices in Hanner Fieldhouse have undergone renovation and upgrades. Baker also served as the driving force behind the Dan J. Parrish, Sr., Football Building, the Herring Pavilion, football practice field renovation and the Troy Cowart Building (home to the Athletic Foundation and Athletics Ticket Office). As a leader in his profession, Baker has been active in his service to the Southern Conference and the NCAA. From May 2000 to May 2002, he served as chair of the SoCon Athletics Directors Association. As Georgia Southern Athletics Director, he served as a member of the NCAA Special Events, Olympic Liaison and Division I Football Issues Committees. In June 2009, he was honored with recognition as the NACDA Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision’s Southeast Region. Baker, a native of Front Royal, Virginia, joined the Georgia Southern management team after five years as Director of the College Football Marketing Corporation, a subsidiary of the College Football Association (CFA). Baker’s responsibilities with the CFA included securing title sponsorship for and administration of its “Promise of Tomorrow” scholarship program. A four-year agreement with Hitachi awarded $1.3 million in scholarships to aid individuals involved in intercollegiate football with the means to pursue careers in the field of education. From 1986-90, he was associate athletic director for financial development at Vanderbilt, where he oversaw the National Commodore Club. In the two years before moving to Nashville, Baker was associate athletic director for external affairs at the University of Oregon, the institution where he served as director of athletic marketing from January 1983 to May 1984. Baker entered the field of intercollegiate athletics at the College of William & Mary, where he spent seven years (1976-82) as director of athletic promotions. Baker holds a 1976 master’s degree in Sports Administration from Ohio University and a 1974 B. A. in Communication Arts from James Madison University. He and his wife of 34 years, Ann, are the parents of three children: Zeb, Elizabeth Ann and Josie.

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