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WOMEN’S SOCCER 2016 MEDIA GUIDE 2015 NCAA Division II National Champions 2015 GLIAC Tournament Champions

2015 GLIAC Regular Season Champions


5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015

11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013,2014, 2015

9 GLIAC TOURNAMENT TITLES 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013,2014, 2015

7 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH APPEARANCES

2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013,2014, 2014

3 NSCAA NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 University Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 GVSU Soccer Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5

All In a Day’s Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66-67 2015 Match Box Scores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68-76

Coaches Building a Winning Tradition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13 Head Coach Jeff Hosler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-15 Assistant Coach Kristen Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Graduate Assistant Coach Annette Stromberg . . . . .17 Volunteer Assistant Coach Scott Modisher . . . . . . .17

Awards & Records NSCAA All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88-90 Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Single-Season Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93 NCAA Division II Individual Records . . . . . . . . . . . .94 NCAA Division II Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 National Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Regional Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97 Conference Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Academic Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 Year-by-Year Records & Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101-104 All-Time Series Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106-108 Series Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 Letterwinners by Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Letterwinners by Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111

2016 Preview Laker Soccer Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 2016 Laker Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 2016 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 2016 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-11

Player Profiles Class Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19 Senior Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21-27 On The Attack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29 Junior Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30-38 Sophomore Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-46 Freshmen Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47-50 2016 Opponents Opponent Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51-56 2016 GLIAC Tournament Information . . . . . . . . . . . .57 2016 NCAA Tournament Information . . . . . . . . . . . .58

2015 Season Review Season Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59-61 2015 Schedule & Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 2015 Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 2015 GLIAC Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64-65

History GVSU Soccer Timeline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77-78 Program History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 National Championship Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80-84 NCAA Tournament History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 NCAA Tournament Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87

Grand Valley State University Leadership President Thomas J. Haas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Athletic Director Keri Becker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114

Credits

The 2016 GVSU Soccer Media

Guide is published by the GVSU

Sports Information Department. Written, edited and designed by Kevin Meyer. Photographs courtesy of Albion College, Alma

College, Central Michigan Uni-

versity, Doug Witte, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-

ence (GLIAC) and National ColTop Row (L to R): Sara Stevens, Samantha Riga, Alexis Mencotti, Erika Bradfield, Tracey McCoy, Shannon Quinn,Gabriella Mencotti, Alexis Dandridge, Corey Sawall, Aunika Ortiz,Mackenzie Fox; Middle Row (L to R): Scott Modisher, Kristen Walker, Marti Corby, Clare Carlson, Kendra Stauffer, Jennifer Steinaway, Emily Maresh, Paige Pryson, Gabbie Guibord, Jayma Martin, Lindsay Ebeling, Annette Stromberg, Jeff Hosler; Bottom Row (L to R): Madz Ham, Dani Johnson, Marisa Pyden, Mia Gale, Kasey Codd, Charley Campbell, Tara Lierman.

legiate Athletic Association

(NCAA). Inside front and back

cover pages designed by Kevin Meyer. Printing courtesy of

Grandville Printing Company.

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Sports Information Office

The Grand Valley State University Sports Information Office is located in the GVSU Fieldhouse, Room 174. Members of the sports information department may be reached at the following telephone numbers or e-mail addresses: Kevin Meyer,Graduate Assistant (616) 331-3280 meyerk1@gvsu.edu

Tim Nott Associate AD/ Media Relations

Kevin Meyer Sports Information Assistant (Soccer Contact)

Sports Information Staff

Associate AD - Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Nott Assistant Sports Information Director . . . . . .DJ Foster Digital Media Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Doug Witte Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kevin Meyer Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tanner Mickey

Athletic Department Staff

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Keri Becker Associate AD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Associate AD - Compliance . . . . . . . . . .Walter Moore Associate AD - Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . .Doug Lipinski Assistant AD - Game Operations . . . . . .Garron Lucius Ticket & Retail Services Director . . . . . .Dan Glowinski Director of Laker Advising . . . . . . . . . . .Damon Arnold Head Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Stoessner Director of Athletic & Rec Facilities . . . . .Brad Wallace Administrative Assistant . . . . . . . . . .Sandra Jennings Office Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sharon Kowalcyzk

Print Media

Grand Rapids Press 155 Michigan Street NW Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Phone: (616) 222-5477 Holland Sentinel 54 West 8th Street Holland, MI 49423 Phone: (616) 546-4271

Grand Haven Tribune 101 North Third Street Grand Haven, MI 49417 Phone: (616) 842-6400 Muskegon Chronicle 981 Third Street Muskegon, MI 49443 Phone: (231) 725-6365

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Television

WGVU Radio & TV Eberhard Center Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Phone: (616) 771-6717 WXMI FOX 17 3117 Plaza Drive NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525 Phone: (616) 447-5127 WOOD NBC 8 120 College Avenue SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Phone: (616) 235-4317 WZZM ABC 13 P.O. Box Z Grand Rapids, MI 49501 Phone: (616) 559-1432

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Tim Nott, Associate Athletic Director, Media Relations (616) 331-3275 nottt@gvsu.edu Sports Information Fax (616) 331-3838

Press Credentials

Press passes will be available on a first come, first serve basis to working media who contact Kevin Meyer in the Sports Information Office at least two days in advance.

Interviews

All player and coach interviews must be arranged through Kevin Meyer in the Sports Information Department at 616331-3280 or meyerk1@gvsu.edu. Game-day interviews are not permitted prior to the game, unless special arrangements have been made. Post-game interviews will be held at the field after the team has been released from its postgame meeting. In general, Coach Hosler, his assistants and players will be available about 10 minutes after the game.

Practices

All practices, as a general rule, are open to the media. However, no interviews may be conducted during a practice. Interviews with players or coaches must be arranged in advance, and may be held before or after practice.

Media Services

Game notes and rosters will be distributed before matches or can be found on gvsulakers.com. Final box scores will be available in the press box following each match.

Phones/Faxing/E-Mail

Grand Valley State has telephones and telephone lines available for use before and after each game. The Grand Valley State sports information department will compile an opponent e-mail list following the game. The SID will also be e-mailed a complete box score following the game from meyerk1@gvsu.edu.

Conference

GLIAC Office 1110 Washington Avenue Bay City, MI 48708 Phone: (989) 894-2529

Commissioner (Interim) Jeff Ligney jligney@gliac.org

Director of Comm. Chris Roekle croekle@gliac.org Intern Marcus Thatcher intern@gliac.org


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Opportunity. Excellence. Confidence. Connections. Experience. Your passion. Grand Valley State University has what you're looking for from your college experience. And because those are the same things the world will look for from you in the future, they're what separate Grand Valley graduates from the pack. Grand Valley State University was chartered by the Michigan legislature in 1960 in response to the need for a public, four-year college in the state's second largest metropolitan region.

Grand Valley State University educates students to shape their lives, their professions, and their societies. The university contributes to the enrichment of society through excellent teaching, active scholarship, and public service.

Allendale, Michigan, is home to Grand Valley's main campus, established in 1960, situated on 1,322 acres 12 miles west of Grand Rapids. The 67-acre Robert C. Pew Campus in the heart of Grand Rapids is comprised of two separate sites with a total of 12 buildings including the CookDeVos Center for Health Sciences (CHS), John C. Kennedy Hall of Engineering, and the new L. William Seidman Center. Classes are also offered in the Meijer Campus in Holland, and at our regional locations in Muskegon and Traverse City.

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HOME RECORD 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004:

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5-5-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 5-3-0 7-2-1 2-6-1 6-2-1 8-1-1 8-1-0

2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013:

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2014: 10-1

2015: 14-0-0


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS The current soccer facility was built in 2001 south of West Campus Drive, across the street from The Meadows Golf Course. The playing surface is natural grass and an exterior fence was added in 2002 to completely enclose the facility. The most recent addition includes an enclosed press box that was constructed in 2006. The current soccer field was host to the Laker soccer team's first televised home match during the 2010-2011 season. In 2012, GVSU added the south building, giving the soccer team access to home and visitor locker rooms, a weight training area and an athletic training room all adjacent to the pitch. Since 2003, GVSU is 142-5-5 in home matches.

The GVSU Soccer Field has hosted 19 of the Lakers’ 46 NCAA Tournament matches and all eight GLIAC Tournament Championship matches.

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LAKER SOCCER QUICK FACTS University Information

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Allendale, Michigan Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lakers Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Blue, Black and White Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25,094 Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1960 President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thomas J. Haas, PhD Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Selgo Senior Associate Athletic Director . . . . . .Keri Becker National Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division II Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GLIAC

SID Information

Soccer SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kevin Meyer E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .meyerk1@gvsu.edu Office Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(616) 331-3280 Cell Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(616) 204-8975 Sports Information Fax Number . . . . .(616) 331-3838 Associate AD - Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Nott Office Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(616) 331-3275 Athletic Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.gvsulakers.com Conference Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.gliac.org

Support Staff

Head Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Stoessner Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(616) 331-3329 Assistant Trainer (Soccer) . . . . . . . . . .Allison Reddick Associate AD/Soccer Oversight . . . . . . .Walter Moore Assistant AD/Game Operations . . . . . . .Garron Lucius

Soccer Information

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jeff Hosler (Third Season) Alma Mater (Year) . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alma College (2002) Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . .136-58-15 (Ten Seasons) Assistant Coach . . . . . .Kristen Walker (Third Season) Alma Mater (Year) . . . . . . . . .Grand Valley State (2010) Graduate Assistant .Annette Stromberg (Third Season) Volunteer Assistant . . . .Scott Modisher (12th Season) Soccer Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(616) 331-3080

Team Information

2015 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23-1-1 2015 GLIAC Record/Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-0-0 1st 2015 GLIAC Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Champions Defeated Malone 6-0 Defeated Ohio Dominican 3-0 Defeated Ohio Dominican 5-0 2015 NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Champions Defeated Quincy 6-0 Defeated No. 4 Bellarmine 2-1 Defeated No. 8 Central Missouri 1-1 (3-2 PK) Defeated No. 2 Western Washington 3-2 Defeated No. 3 Columbus State 2-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21/7 Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9/2 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

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Inaugural Season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1996 All-Time Record . . . . . .322-78-26 (.786) (20 Seasons) All-Time GLIAC Record . . . . . . . . . . .160-39-10 (.789) GLIAC Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 (2005-15) GLIAC Tournament Championships . . . . .9 (2007-15) All-Time GLIAC Tournament Record . . . .21-0-1 (.954) NCAA Tournament Appearances . . . . . . .13 (2003-15) National Championships5 (2009, 2010, 2013,2014, 2015) All-Time NCAA Tournament Record . . . .36-8-6 (.780) NSCAA All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 GLIAC Offensive Players of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 GLIAC Defensive Players of the Year . . . . . . . . . . .10 GLIAC Goalkeepers of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 GLIAC Freshmen of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 All-GLIAC Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103

2015 Final NCAA Team Stats

Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 (1st) Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 (1st) Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .298 (1st) Saves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 (225) Goals-Against Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0.44(7th) Goals Allowed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 (t-7th) Shutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 (2nd)

Returning Stat Leaders

Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marti Corby(25) Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marti Corby(17) Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marti Corby(67) Shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marti Corby (169) Game-Winning Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marti Corby (9)

2016 Top Returnees

Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Senior, Midfielder Emily Maresh . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sophomore, Goalkeeper Gabbie Guibord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Senior, Midfielder Shannon Quinn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Junior, Defender Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Senior, Defender Kendra Stauffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Senior, Forward Gabriella Mencotti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Junior, Forward


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2016 LAKER ROSTER Numerical Roster

# Name Ht. Pos. Yr. Hometown (Last School) 0 Emily Maresh 5-10 GK So. Novi, Mich. (Northville) 1 Paige Pryson 5-6 GK Jr. Jackson, Mich. (Lumen Christi) 2 Lindsay Ebeling 5-3 F So. St. Joseph, Mich. (Lakeshore) 3 Gabbie Guibord 5-6 MF Sr. Northville, Mich. 5 Kendra Stauffer 5-4 F Sr. Alto, Mich. (Caledonia) 7 Clare Carlson 5-5 D Sr. Ada, Mich. (Forest Hills Central) 8 Tara Lierman 5-7 MF So. Holt, Mich. 9 Madz Ham 5-4 D So. Lake Orion, Mich. 10 Shannon Quinn 5-11 MF Jr. Grand Rapids, Mich. (Forest Hills Northern) 11 Sara Stevens 5-11 F Jr. Plainfield, Ill. (North) 12 Jayma Martin 5-3 F Sr. Pueblo, Colo.(Santa Monica C.C) 13 Marti Corby 5-8 MF Sr. Ada, Mich. (Forest Hills Central) 14 Mackenzie Fox 5-5 D So. Zeeland, Mich.(East) 15 Aunika Ortiz 5-4 MF So. Los Angeles, Caliornia(Center Enriched Stud) 16 Dani Johnson 5-3 MF Jr. Toledo, Ohio (Notre Dame Academy) 17 Erika Bradfield 5-8 F R-Jr. Rockford, Mich. 18 Corey Sawall 5-6 MF Fr. Portage, Mich. 19 Mia Gale 5-3 MF Fr. Ferndale, Mich. 20 Gabriella Mencotti 5-10 MF Jr. Novi, Mich. (Northville) 21 Alexis Mencotti 5-8 D RS Jr. Novi, Mich. (Northville) 22 Samantha Riga 5-8 F So. Plymouth, Mich. (Ladywood) 24 Tracey McCoy 5-10 D Jr. Aurora, Ill. (Metea Valley) 25 Charley Campbell 5-9 D So. Canton, Mich, (Plymouth) 27 Kasey Codd 5-4 D Fr. Brighton, Mich. 29 Alexis Dandridge 5-7 F Fr. Naperville, Ill. (North) 30 Jennifer Steinaway 5-7 GK Jr. Pinckney, Mich. Head Coach: Jeff Hosler (Thirdd Season) Assistant Coach: Kristen Walker (Third Season) Graudate Assistant: Annette Stromberg (Third Season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Modisher (11th Season)

Alphabetical Roster

# Name Ht. Pos. Yr. Hometown (Last School) 17 Erika Bradfield 5-8 F R-So. Rockford, Mich. 25 Charley Campbell 5-9 D So. Canton, Mich, (Plymouth) 7 Clare Carlson 5-5 D Jr. Ada, Mich. (Forest Hills Central) 27 Kasey Codd 5-4 D Fr. Brighton, Mich. 13 Marti Corby 5-8 MF Jr. Ada, Mich. (Forest Hills Central) 29 Alexis Dandridge 5-7 F Fr. Naperville, Ill. (North) 26 Lindsay Ebeling 5-3 F Fr. St. Joseph, Mich.(Lakeshore) 14 Mackenzie Fox 5-5 D So. Zeeland, Mich.(East) 19 Mia Gale 5-3 MF Fr. Ferndale, Mich. 3 Gabbie Guibord 5-6 MF Sr. Northville, Mich. 9 Madz Ham 5-4 D Fr. Lake Orion, Mich. 16 Dani Johnson 5-3 MF So. Toledo, Ohio (Notre Dame Academy) 8 Tara Lierman 5-7 MF Sr. Holt, Mich. 0 Emily Maresh 5-10 GK Fr. Novi, Mich. (Northville) 12 Jayma Martin 5-3 F Jr. Pueblo, Colo.(Santa Monica C.C) 24 Tracey McCoy 5-10 D So. Aurora, Ill. (Metea Valley) 21 Alexis Mencotti 5-8 D RS So. Novi, Mich. (Northville) 20 Gabriella Mencotti 5-10 MF So. Novi, Mich. (Northville) 15 Aunika Ortiz 5-4 MF Fr. Los Angeles, Caliornia(Center Enriched Stud) 1 Paige Pryson 5-6 GK So. Jackson, Mich. (Lumen Christi) 10 Shannon Quinn 5-11 MF So. Grand Rapids, Mich. (Forest Hills Northern) 22 Samantha Riga 5-8 F Fr. Plymouth, Mich. (Ladywood) 18 Corey Sawall 5-6 MF Fr. Portage, Mich. 5 Kendra Stauffer 5-4 F Jr. Alto, Mich. (Caledonia) 30 Jennifer Steinaway 5-7 GK So. Pinckney, Mich. 11 Sara Stevens 5-11 F So. Plainfield, Ill. (North) Head Coach: Jeff Hosler (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Kristen Walker (Third Season) Graudate Assistant: Annette Stromberg (Third Season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Modisher (11th Season)

Pronounciations Marti Corby Kor-BEE Gabbie Guibord GEE-bord Aunika Ortiz Ah-Nika Corey Sawall han Kendra Stauffer STOFF-er Jeff Hosler HAAS-ler Emily Maresh Mare-Ish Lindsay Ebeling EEBeling Lakers By Class Senior (6): Bradfield,Carlson, Corby,Guibord, Martin, Stauffer. Redshirt Junior(1): A. Mencotti Junior (7): Johnson, McCoy, G. Mencotti, Pryson,Quinn, Steinaway, Stevens Sophomore (7): Fox, Ebeling, Ham, Lierman, Maresh,Ortiz, Riga Freshman (5): Campbell, Codd, Dandridge, Gale, Sawall

Lakers By Position Goalkeepers (3): Maresh, Pryson, Steinaway Forward (7): Dandridge, Ebeling, Martin, G. Mencotti, Stauffer, Stevens, Riga Midfielder (7): Corby, Gale, Guibord, Johnson, Lierman, Ortiz,Sawall Defender (8): Bradfield, Campbell, Carlson, Codd, Fox, Ham, McCoy, A. Mencotti, Quinn, Woolley Lakers By Location Colorado (1): Martin Illinois (3): Dandridge, McCoy, Stevens Ohio (1): Johnson Michigan (20) Ada (2): Carlson, Corby Alto (1): Stauffer Brighton (1): Codd Ferndale (1): Gale Grand Rapids (1): Quinn Haslett (1): Campbell Holt (1): Lierman Jackson (1): Pryson Lake Orion (1): Ham Northville (1): Guibord Novi (3): A. Mencotti, G. Mencotti,Maresh Pinckney (1): Steinaway Plymouth (1): Riga Portage (1): Sawall Rockford (1): Bradfield St. Joseph (1): Ebeling Zeeland (1): Fox

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Date Day September

2016 SCHEDULE Opponent

Site

Time

Sep. 2 Sep. 4 Sep. 9 Sep. 11 Sep. 16 Sep. 18 Sep. 23 Sep. 25 Sep. 30

Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri.

at Cal State San Bernardino at Cal State Pomona at St. Cloud State at Minnesota State vs Saginaw Valley State* vs. Ohio Dominican * vs. Northern Michigan * vs. Michigan Tech * vs. Tiffin (Ohio)

San Bernardino,CA3:00 p.m. Pomona, CA 2:00 p.m. Mankato, Minn. 3:00 p.m. Mankato, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Allendale, Mich. 7:00 p.m. Allendale, Mich. 1:00 p.m. Marquette, Mich. 4:00 p.m. Houghton, Mich. 12:00 p.m. Allendale, Mich. 7:00 p.m.

Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 28

Sun. Wed. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri.

vs. Ashland University vs. Florida Tech * at Walsh * at Lake Erie * vs. Ohio Dominican* vs. Findlay vs. Northwood * vs. Saginaw Valley State * at Ferris State

Allendale, Mich. Allendale, Mich. Canton, Ohio Painesville, Ohio Allendale, Mich. Allendale, Mich. Allendale, Mich. Allendale, Mich. Big Rapids, Mich.

1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m

Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6

Tue. Fri. Sun.

GLIAC Quarterfinals GLIAC Semifinals GLIAC Championship

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Veteran Core Leads Way for Lakers in 2016 Season

By Kevin Meyer

Last season, the Grand Valley State women's soccer team became just the second program in NCAA history to win five national titles in women's soccer at the Division II level as they won their third consecutive national title and posted a 23-1-1 record. Returning many of the key pieces from last season's championship team, the Lakers are poised to continue their run of postseason success in the 2016 campaign.

Grand Valley State begins the season ranked No.1 in the NSCAA Preseason Poll, as well as being voted the favorites to win the GLIAC for the ninth straight year. GVSU completed an undefeated 12-0 conference season in 2015, winning their ninth straight GLIAC Tournament championship and 11th straight GLIAC regular season championship.

Anchoring the Lakers is a capable senior class featuring two-time NSCAA Player of the Year Marti Corby and fellow NSCAA All-American Clare Carlson. Corby led the Lakers with 67 points last season, scoring 25 goals and dishing out 17 assists, both career highs. Forward Kendra Stauffer returns after a breakout junior campaign in which she scored 15 goals and notched 11 assists, second only to Corby in both categories. Playing alongside Stauffer is senior forward Jayma Martin (10 goals, nine assists), who played in 23 games last season and scored pivotal goals in the NCAA Tournament last season. The first line of defense for the Lakers, holding midfielder Gabbie Guibord made 25 starts last season and will be back in that role this season as well. "I really like our group of five seniors this season", said GVSU head coach Jeff Hosler. "Each of them brings a different style of leadership to the team and they all understand what it takes to have a successful season."

In addition to the senior class, the Lakers have substantial depth and talent in the junior class as well. Redshirt juniors Alexis Mencotti and Erika Bradfield will both fill important roles on defense for the Lakers, while fellow defenders Shannon Quinn and Tracey McCoy figure to expand on their sophomore campaigns which saw them make 25 and 17 starts, respectively. Junior forward Gabrielle Mencotti put forth a solid 2015 season with 10 goals and nine assists and will be a capable goal scorer for the Lakers this season. Forward Sara Stevens will look to carve out more scoring opportunities this season after seeing action in 17 games a year ago, while midfielder Dani Johnson will continue to spell Guibord at the holding midfielder position as she did last season. GVSU scored a program record 104 goals last season in 25 games, including twelve games with at least five goals scored. Returning the majority of those goals in the players who scored them, Grand Valley State should continue it's high scoring ways in 2016 as the team finds new ways to improve their offense.

"We're looking to further instill our philosophy, looking to be creative on offense, mix up our looks and angles and have a total team concept in the attack", said Hosler.

Among the players that may be poised to make strides on offense for the Lakers are a pair of sophomores, forward Samantha Riga and midfielder Tara Lierman. Riga saw time in all 25 games last season, scoring nine goals and adding five assists in her freshman campaign. Lierman played in 23 games and scored four goals.

"In terms of personal improvements, Tara (Lierman) has been great", says Hosler. "She's more fit, more mobile, she has great vision and the added ability to execute better than ever before. Sam Riga has improved, we look for her to combine with others better in addition to continuing to be a goal scorer as center forwards need to be."

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In addition to Riga and Lierman, the sophomore class features a pair of defenders in Madz Ham and Mackenzie Fox. Both saw action in double digit games last season, led by Fox and her 25 appearances and 10 starts, and will factor into the healthy competition for the outside back positions. Converted defender Aunika Ortiz will join sophomore transfer Marisa Pyden in the midfield this season as well. "We've got some big competition at the winger positions, as well as a group of players competing to be the starting outside backs", Hosler said. "Our field player positions are not ones that are solidified and maintained, they have to continue to show improvement every day, every week to keep those roles."

The competition at the defensive positions for the Lakers this season will be a prevailing story line throughout the season. Last season, GVSU's defense held up well under pressure, surrendering just 11 goals on the season and shutting out 17 opponents. Improving on getting out to a strong start in on defense has been a focus of the coaching staff this season. We've been spending a lot more time this preseason on defending ideas and principles than we have in either of my two previous years", Hosler said. "I really like the depth we have in our defensive positions, as well as the leadership and talent we have back there. We've been focused on improving on the slow starts to the game, defensively, that we exhibited in games last season."

Joining the Laker program as freshman are five new players. Their impact remains to be seen, but some of them may factor into the team effort with substantial playing time. Forward Alexis Dandridge is a great vertical attacker who can make an impact immediately with her offensive skills, and is joined by a pair of midfielders in Mia Gale and Corey Sawall and two defenders, Kasey Codd and Charley Campbell. Starting the season off on the right foot is the key for Hosler and his squad, and a major reason why the third year coach has the opener against California State San Bernardino on his mind. The Lakers had a rough start to the 2015 season, dropping the opener at Quincy by a 3-0 margin, yet rebounded well and won 21 straight games after that. Aside from the September 2nd matchup with the Coyotes, the Lakers will face Cal. State- Pomona (Sept. 4th) in California, before traveling to Minnesota five days later for a weekend matchup with St. Cloud State (Sept. 9) and No. 8 Minnesota State-Mankato (Sep. 11). Those four non-conference foes will introduce GVSU to varying conditions and styles of play before the start of the GLIAC season.

"It's going to be a tough non-conference schedule", Hosler said. "It's not easy to travel across the country, it's going to be very hot. San Bernardino is familiar with us, having been here last year. They're familiar with our personnel, they are well coached and they have film on us to break down. We have a great group of four (nonconference) games to get us ready for the GLIAC season." With a very capable group of upperclassmen, the Lakers 2016 season will be one of veterans leading the way, having been in the big games, having face adversity and surged past it. With the chance to make history on the line, GVSU will nonetheless focus on one game a time, as is their motto. Success is not given, especially for those at the top, and Grand Valley State will look to prove that once again this season in their pursuit of postseason glory.

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Building A Winning Tradition

GVSU head coach Jeff Hosler discusses his first two seasons at the helm of the Lakers,the program’s winning culture, and the chance to make history with a sixth national title. By Kevin Meyer

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sports dynasty is not created overnight. Repeating a program’s success, both in wins and in championships, is the paramount concern for any head coach of one of the few college sports programs that have earned the moniker of dynasty. Enter Grand Valley State head women’s soccer coach Jeff Hosler, and the five-time national champion Laker program, which has cemented itself atop the world of Division II women’s soccer by winning back to back to back championships and is hungry for more. Plenty of coaches would be satisfied to be a one-time national champion in their coaching tenure, but Hosler’s drive for victory has been the calling card of his young but successful stint as head coach of the Lakers. After inheriting the program in 2013 following the departure of coaching guru Dave DiIanni, Hosler has won back to back championships and accumulated enough glory to satisfy some coaches, but not all. “I don’t know that I’m ever satisfied, we’re always looking for ways to grow the program”, said Hosler. “What Dave and (assistant coach) Erika Demers did here was truly remarkable in building the national power that exists today.

calculated and relentless attack on offense under Hosler, leading all of Division II in goals last season by a healthy margin, with 104 team goals. GVSU’s efficiency in the attacking third is always a source of improvement for the Lakers, as the coaching staff preaches the value of consistently “playing your best, every day”. “We really try to operate with the mindset that you have to be your best every day, and if you’re not working to be your best, then some one else is, and they’re going to beat you”, Hosler says. “We’re always going to get our opponents best shot, any opponent can beat us any day, they’re always lurking, and if we don’t maintain our philosophy everyday, then we’ll have more situations like the season opener last year.” The season opener in the 2015 season, a 3-0 loss at Quincy, was an indication of what can happen when the Lakers don’t come ready to play, and displays the sort of complacency that Hosler aims to dispel amongst his players. With a roster full of talented players that share his zeal for winning, the key for Hosler and his staff is to drive home the message that everything GVSU has and will have was earned, not given to them. “We try to drill our philosophy into our girls, that we have

For us, we’re always finding new ways to get better, or looking to get better. In it’s current state, I think the program is different today in terms of philosophies and how we approach the game.” If his predecessor Dave DiIanni deserves the credit for the Laker’s ascension to a soccer superpower, then Hosler has certainly grown that reputation, securing two of the Lakers five national titles in his first two seasons, accumulating a 45-3-3 record and sweeping the Great Lakers Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular season and tournament titles in both seasons at the helm. On the field, there are plenty of similarities between Hosler and his predecessor. Namely, the possession based style of soccer which allows the Lakers to control the pace of the game. Whereas DiIanni favored an emphasis on defense in his coaching approach, the Lakers have favored a

to compete against ourselves to have the right mentality and continue to grow our game”, Hosler said. ”Complacency is something we try to rid by that competitive culture.” Dynasty may not be the term used around the Laker program to describe themselves and what they have built, but that hasn’t stopped use of the term from those outside of the program. During Grand Valley State’s postseason run last season, Bellarmine University head coach Chris Tinius said the Lakers ‘may be the best dynasty going on par with—or ahead of – Alabama football and UConn women’s basketball’. Recent history seems to lend strength to the comparison, as the Lakers have won the national title five times and finished as the runner-up twice in the past ten years. Where others might shy away from the term “dynasty”

“A lot of programs, regardless of division, sell the idea of hope; WE SELL RESULTS,” says Hosler.

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and seek to shrug off the pressure that inherently comes championships, but that only happens if they help us coach with it, Hosler encourages his players to embrace the sucand bring others up to speed on what we need to do with cess of the program and use it as motivation for continued what is still a pretty young team”, said Hosler. ”They know success. how special this opportunity is, they can potentially win our “It’s a tremendous compliment for others to view our proprogram’s sixth national title, which would be the most of gram in that matter, because in every sport, a dynasty is any school in Division II. They enjoyed watching the D1 something truly special”, explains Hosler. ”So I appreciate women’s basketball final and watching UConn win four in a that other coaches would say that about us, but I don’t think row and having conversations about that feeling and how it’s anything that our girls would shy away from. We encour- they might be able to achieve it.” age them to embrace greatness and being their best, they know what the programs done and what they want to Looking to a team’s senior leadership to propel the team achieve moving forward. That may be the label that others throughout the season is cliché, but in this case rings true. want to use to define us, but we are defined by what we’ve This senior class features some of the best individual taldone mostly recently.” ents on the team, and have risen to and beaten any chalAs Hosler prepares for his third season at the helm for lenge thrown their way thus far. In this most pivotal of title the Lakers, he knows that future championships are won pursuits, that group will have the faith of their coach, the on a different battlefield; the field of recruiting. Recruiting legacy of their program and the support of Laker fans players that not only have the physical skills and strength, everywhere as they look to make history for themselves, but also the right competitive mentality to compete, work their program, and their coach, Jeff Hosler. hard and stay focused even in the face of high competition are necessary for any incoming Laker. Pitching the benefit of being able to play in a championship culture with a proven track record can help GVSU secure kids from unlikely sources and helps to stock the roster. “A lot of programs, regardless of division, sell the idea of hope; we sell results”, says Hosler. “We have a proven track record of results, we have a proven THE PLAYERS COACH Hosler and his staff track record as a program and staff, and we can prodemand the best from their players and each vide those opportunities at other to achieve their success on the field. this program if the player comes here focused and ready to work.” Despite having two championships under his belt already, Hosler nonetheless knows that the quest for the national title this season is a different animal entirely. In addition to having five seniors that could become just the second group to ever win a national title in each of their four years with the program (Franklin Pierce class of 199497), the Lakers could stand with the most national titles of any DII soccer program with a victory. Currently, GVSU is tied with Franklin Pierce (94’, 95’, 96’, 97’, 99’) as the only five time winners in history, but a sixth title would put the Lakers into territory without equal. This title is of paramount importance to the senior class for the Lakers, headlined by two-time NSCAA Player of the Year Marti Corby and fellow NSCAA All-American Clare Carlson.

“These kids have an opportunity to do something very, very rare, in compete for a chance at four straight national

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JEFF HOSLER

HEAD COACH Third Season | 11th Overall Alma College (2002)

Jeff Hosler is entering his third season as the Grand Valley State women's soccer head coach. He is the third coach in the program’s 20-year history. In two seasons with the Lakers, Hosler has led the team to two NCAA Division II National Championships, and posted a 45-3-3 overall record. He has also coached the Lakers to two consecutive GLIAC regular season titles and two straight GLIAC Tournament Championships.

Hosler’s second season at the helm of the Lakers earned the program it’s third consecutive-and fifth overall- Division II National Championship. The team also secured it’s 11th straight GLIAC regular season title outright, and captured it’s ninth straight GLIAC Tournament title. The team’s 23 wins were the second most in program history behind the 2013 campaign’s 24 wins. The Lakers prolific offense shattered the previous program single season goal record of 92, set by the 2010 squad. Grand Valley ranked first in the nation in total goals (104, total points (298), assists (90) and assists per game (3.60), while finishing second in goals per game (4.16) and points per game (11.92). The Lakers broke the previous program highs in goals, points and assists, each by substantial margins. Despite the offense leading the charge, the defense was nothing to scoff at for Grand Valley, as they registered 17 shutouts, 13 of which came against conference opponents, and five of which came in the postseason. Freshman goalkeeper Emily Maresh was 19-1-1 as a first year starter, and the Lakers finished seventh nationally in goals against average (0.436).

Hosler spent the past eight seasons in the NCAA Division III ranks at Alma College. Under his watch, the Scots amassed a 91-55-12 overall record, won their only Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) regular season title in 2010 and was the only team in the league to finish third or better each of the past six years. Alma also claimed the 2011 MIAA Tournament title to make its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance.

Prior to Hosler's arrival in 2006, Alma posted just three winning records - only one of which came after 1995 - and 90 all-time victories in the program's first 16 years of existence.

In his final two seasons, Alma combined to go 23-7-2 in conference play, 26-13-2 overall and claimed a pair of second-place finishes in the MIAA with relatively inexperienced rosters. Four of the Scots' top six point-getters in 2013 were either freshmen or sophomores.

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Hosler Year-By-Year Conference 2006 (Alma) 2-5-2 2007 (Alma) 3-5-1 2008 (Alma) 7-3-1 2009 (Alma) 5-2-1 2010 (Alma) 7-0-1 2011 (Alma) 12-3-1 2012 (Alma) 10-4-2 2013 (Alma) 13-3-0 Total (Alma) 59-25-9 2014 (GVSU) 10-1-1 2015 (GVSU) 12-0-0 Totals 81-26-10

Club this past May.

Overall 4-11-2 7-8-2 13-7-1 9-7-3 14-5-1 18-4-1 13-6-2 13-7-0 91-55-12 22-2-2 23-1-1 136-58-15

Pct. .294 .471 .643 .553 .725 .804 .667 .650 .611 .884 .940 .686

From September 2003 until March 2006, Hosler served as an assistant coach for the women's soccer program at East Lansing High School. During his time on staff, the Trojans won four Capital Area Activities Conference Blue titles, made three state semifinal appearances and captured the 2005 MHSAA Division 2 State Championship.

He holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National "B" License and USYSA National "Youth" License. Additionally, he has served as a clinician at Central Michigan (200001, 2006-08), Michigan State (2007-10, 2012) and Grand Valley State (2009-10) soccer camps.

The East Lansing, Michigan native earned a Bachelor of Arts in business from Alma College in May 2002. He and his wife, Rochelle, have two daughters, Charlie (5) and Kennedy (3), as well as a newborn son, Steven.

Hosler By the Numbers

77...MIAA All-Academic Honor Roll Selections 32...All-MIAA Selections 15...First Team Honorees 17...Second Team Honorees 18...Wins in 2011 (Alma school record) 8...NSCAA All-Central Region Selections 8...NSCAA Team Academic Awards 6...Consecutive Winning Seasons 6...Consecutive Top-Three Finishes in the MIAA Standings 1...MIAA Championship (regular season) 1...MIAA Tournament Title 1...NCAA Tournament Appearance (Division III)

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Head Coach Head Coach

2009-12

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2003-06

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‘99-’00 Girls (ODP) Alma College TNT/MI Rush/ CA United ‘95-’97 Girls (ODP) East Lansing HS

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KRISTEN WALKER ASSISTANT COACH Third Season | Fifth Overall Grand Valley State (2010)

Kristen Walker – formerly known as Kristen Eible – is entering her third season as the Grand Valley State women’s soccer assistant coach.

Walker spent the past two seasons in the NAIA ranks at Davenport University as an assistant to head coach Chris Allen. During her time with the Panthers, they went 36-6-2 overall and were 16-1-0 in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference matches. Davenport also won back-to-back WHAC Tournament and regular season titles, which it had never won prior to the 2012 season. The Panthers made a pair of NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship appearances during Walker’s two years on staff. In 2012, Davenport was ousted in the opening round. One year later, the Panthers defeated No. 19 Saint Ambrose (4-2) and No. 9 Cumberland (3-2, 2OT) to advance to the NAIA National Championship Quarterfinals. Fifth-ranked Westmont (Calif.) eliminated Davenport 1-0 in overtime of the quarterfinal match. In addition to her duties with the Panthers, Walker was the head varsity girls soccer coach at East Grand Rapids High School in 2012 and 2013. She has also been a staff coach for the Michigan Fire Juniors the past three seasons. The Grand Valley State alum was the assistant director of coaching for the girls side of the club.

The DeWitt, Michigan native is entering her second season as an assistant coach with the Michigan Olympic Development Program.

Following the conclusion of her four-year career as a player for the Lakers, Walker worked under former head coach Dave DiIanni as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2011 season. GVSU reached its third consecutive NCAA Championship match, but fell to Saint Rose. Before the start of her coaching career, Walker was a four-time All-GLIAC First Team midfielder at Grand Valley State from 2007 through 2010.

She captained the Lakers to back-to-back NCAA Division II national titles in 2009 and 2010, helped them win four GLIAC Tournament and regular season titles and compile an 87-7-3 overall record. In the GVSU record books, Walker ranks second in games started (93), seventh in games played (96) and tied for 10th in game-winning goals (9).

Walker was an NSCAA All-Midwest Region honoree and Scholar All-America Third Team selection in 2010. As a junior, she earned All-NCAA Tournament and Offensive Most Outstanding Player honors during the Lakers’ 2009 national title run. She was voted GLIAC Freshman of the Year in 2007 as well. Walker graduated with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education in 2010. She is pursuing a master’s degree in strategic management. 16

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ANNETTE STROMBERG GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH Third Season | Fifth Overall Alma College (2012)

Annette Stromberg is entering her third season as a graduate assistant coach for the Grand Valley State women's soccer team. Stromberg was an assistant coach at Alma College, under current Grand Valley State head coach Jeff Hosler for the 2012 and 2013 seasons.

Since the conclusion of her playing career, Stromberg earned a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Level 2 Goalkeeping License, United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National "D" License and a USYSA National Youth License. The North Muskegon High School product was also a staff coach with the TNT Dynamite Soccer Club and an evaluator for Michigan's ODP. In 2012-13, she helped the '99 girls club team reach the State Cup Final.

Prior to the start of her coaching career, she was a four-year varsity midfielder, and earned a bachelor’s degree in integrative psychology and health science, at Alma. During her time with the Scots, Stromberg played in 82 games and tallied 30 points. As a sophomore in 2010, Stromberg helped Alma capture its first-ever MIAA regular season title. The following season, she led the Scots to the 2011 MIAA Tournament crown and the program's only NCAA Tournament berth.

SCOTT MODISHER

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH 12th Season | 14th Overall Hope College (1995)

Scott Modisher is entering his 12th season behind the bench as a volunteer assistant coach for Grand Valley State. Modisher works primarily with the Lakers’ goalkeepers and helped Kristina Nasturzio, Chelsea Parise and Abbey Miller leave their mark all over the Division II career record book.

Modisher was also the varsity girl’s soccer coach at Cedar Springs High School for 10 years. Modisher, a two-time District Coach of the Year selection, started the program, claiming two district championships and reaching the finals once. He is entering his 18th year as a teacher at Cedar Springs.

Before venturing into high school soccer, Modisher spent two years as the assistant women’s soccer coach at his alma mater, Hope College. Modisher played three years of soccer for the Dutchmen, starting as a central defender. 2016 GVSU Soccer Media Guide

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MARTI CORBY

As a Junior (2015)

Senior | MF | 5-9 Ada, Michigan Forest Hills Central HS

Started in all 25 games, scoring 25 goals and dished out 17 assists...led the GLIAC in goals, assists and game winning goals....led Division II in assists and game-winning goals... finished third in Division II in goals (25), and second in points (67)....had five multi-goal games, including two hat tricks...won 2nd consecutive NSCAA National Player of the Year...named D2CCA Player of the Year....named HERO Sports Player of the Year....named GLIAC Offensive Player of the Year...received All-GLIAC First Team honors...named to D2CCA All-Midwest Region First Team....named to NSCAA All-Midwest Region First Team...honored as NSCAA All-American....named to NCAA All Tournament team and All-GLIAC Tournament Team...received Academic All- District and Academic All-American honors.

As a Sophomore (2014)

Appeared in 26 games, 25 of them starts...Tallied 37 points off of 12 goals and 13 assists....finished 2nd on the team in total assists....Voted NSCAA Division II player of the Year...helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a frontline that was 2nd in the nation with 79 goals.

As a Freshman (2013)

Appeared in all 25 games, making 18 starts ... named to Daktronics, Inc. All-America First Team, NSCAA All-America Second Team, NSCAA All-Midwest Region First Team and All-GLIAC First Team ... chosen to the AllGLIAC Tournament Team ... helped the Lakers win their third NCAA Division II national championship ... finished second in the GLIAC in goals (12), shots (109) and shots on goal (52) ... was third on the team and GLIAC with 31 points ... tied for fourth among all GLIAC players in assists (7) ... part of a Laker frontline that led the nation in goals (88), which tied second-highest scoring output in program history ... recorded her first collegiate point with an assist versus Columbus State (Sep. 8) ... scored two goals, including a pair of game-winners, in victories over Malone (Oct. 4) and Ferris State (Nov.8)

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A four-year member of the varsity squad at Forest Hills Central High School under head coach Jeremy Stacy ... a two-time All-Ottawa-Kent Conference Black Division and All-District selection ... earned two Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 1 AllState plaudits (2012-13), including a First Team laurel as a senior (2013) ... helped the Rangers to two O.K. Black championships, and a district and regional title in 2011 ... played club soccer for the Grand Rapids Crew ... also participated in golf, basketball and marching band.

Personal

Daughter of James and Julie Corby ... majoring in allied health sciences. Year 2013 2014 2015 Total

GP 25 26 25 76

Corby’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 12 7 31 109 52 .477 3 12 13 37 97 37 .381 2 25 17 67 169 86 .509 9 49 37 135 385 175 .454 14

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CLARE CARLSON

As a Junior (2015)

Senior | D | 5-5 Ada, Michigan Forest Hills Central HS

Appeared in 21 games, 19 of them starts....scored a career high five goals on the season as a defender, and added four assists....backline starter for a defensive unit that allowed just 11 goals on the season, and one goal in conference play and shut out 17 opponents....named GLIAC Defensive Player of the Year...named All-GLIAC First Team...named to D2CCA All-Midwest Region First Team and NSCAA All-Midwest Region First Team...earned Academic All-American and Academic All-District honors...earned GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week honors....became 23rd Laker in program history to be named an NSCAA All-American...helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...scored two goals, including the game winner against Tiffin on 9/25....scored goal vs #4 Minnesota-Mankato on 9/13.

As a Sophomore (2014)

Appeared in 20 games, 17 of them starts...scored a goal against Ferris State on Oct.17...helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship....Part of a defense that allowed just 12 goals all season, tied for 7th in the naton.

As a Freshman (2013)

Appeared in 21 games, making one start against Columbus State (Sep. 8) ... helped the program capture its third NCAA Division II national championship ... played a season-high 76 minutes at Armstrong Atlantic State (Sep. 6) ... scored first collegiate goal against Walsh (Oct. 6) ... fired two shots in a GLIAC Tournament Semifinal match versus Ferris State (Nov. 8).

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Four-year member of the Forest Hills Central High School squad under head coach Jeremy Stacy ... a two-time AllOttawa-Kent Conference Black Division selection ... earned All-District honors as a junior and led the Rangers to the 2012 MHSAA Division 1 State Semifinals ... participated in school newspaper, band and National Honor Society.

Personal

Daughter of Scott and Nancy Carlson ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Year 2013 2014 2015 Total

GP 21 20 21 42

Carlson’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 1 0 2 8 3 1 2 4 8 5 5 4 14 14 7 7 6 20 22 15

SOG% GW .375 0 .625 0 .500 1 .681 1


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Jayma Martin

As a Junior (2015)

Senior | F | 5-3 Pueblo, Colorado Santa Monica C.C

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Appeared in 23 games for Grand Valley, 13 of them starts....scored 10 goals and dished out nine assists, both career highs...tied for third on the team with 29 points...named All-GLIAC Honorable Mention....pivotal player on an offensive unit that set a program records for team goals in a season with 104... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...scored 4 goals in three games during the NCAA tournament...scored two goals in three games on the season....scored the equalizing goal in NCAA quarterfinal vs Central Missouri (11/22)...scored game winning goal in NCAA semifinal vs Western Washington (12/3)... named to NCAA All-Tournament Team.. name GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week...scored two goals and dished out an assist twice, against Lake Erie (9/20) and Malone (9/27)...played a season high 92 minutes in shootout victory over Central Missouri (11/22).

At Santa Monica Community College As a Sophomore (2014) All-Western State Conference First Team selection ... scored 16 goals and handed out nine assists, helping Santa Monica to a 18-2-3 overall record and into the second round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs ... ranked tied for fourth among WSC players in goals and points (41) ... also guided Santa Monica to an 11-0-3 mark in league play, finishing second in the WSC ... scored two goals and dished out two assists in the same match three different times. At Cal State Dominguez Hills As a Freshman (2013) Scored two goals and recorded two assists in 17 games, including nine starts ... tallied one gamewinning goal ... totaled 18 shots, nine of which were on goal.

High School Prepped at Pueblo (Colo.) South High School under head coach Katherine Harshman ... scored 99 goals in four varsity seasons ... two-time Denver Post Class 4A All-State First Team selection ... threetime All-South Central League First Team honoree (2011-13) ... two-time SCL Most Valuable Player (2012 & 2013) ... helped the Colts win four consecutive SCL titles ... also helped Pubelo South win the 2013 CHSAA Class 4A Girls Basketball State Championship.

Personal Daughter of Brian Martin and Gidget Ridgell ... enjoys exercising, dancing, cooking and cutting hair ... majoring in psychology. Year 2013 2014 2015 Total

Martin’s Career Statistics GP G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 24 11 10 32 41 29 .707 1 26 4 4 12 44 21 .417 1 23 10 9 29 41 17 .415 3 73 24 23 73 126 67 .531 5

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GABBIE GUIBORD

As a Junior (2015)

Senior | MF | 5-6 Northville, Michigan Northville HS

Appeared in all 25 games, all of them starts as a defensive midfielder....scored two goals and added three assists...part of a defensive unit that posted 17 shutouts and allowed just 11 goals all season... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...scored her second career game winning goal against Ashland on 10/9...had a goal and an assist against SVSU (9/22)....had assists vs. Findlay (9/18) and Michigan Tech (10/16).

As a Sophomore (2014)

Appeared in 24 games, 15 of them starts...tallied 11 points off four goals and three assists....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a frontline that was 2nd in the nation with 79 goals.

As a Freshman (2013)

Appeared in 24 games, starting two ... tallied two goals and three assists to finish with seven points ... helped the Lakers win a school record 24 games and their third NCAA Division II national championship ... made her first collegiate start against Columbus State (Sep. 8) ... handed out three assists, which matched the second-most by any GVSU player in a single game, against Walsh (Oct. 6) ... scored a pair of goals in a victory over Tiffin (Oct. 20) ... recorded a shot on goal in the NCAA Semifinal versus American International (Dec. 5).

High School

Member of head coach Eric Brucker's Northville High School squad with current GVSU teammates Alexis Mencotti and Emily Bush ... finished her junior season (2012) with three goals and three assists ... helped Northville to a district title in 2012 ... also helped lead the Mustangs to a Year 2013 2014 2015 Total

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Guibord’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 2 3 7 26 9 4 3 11 27 8 2 3 7 30 8 4 9 25 83 23

SOG% GW .346 0 .296 2 .267 1 .277 3

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KLAA Central title in 2012.

Personal

Daughter of Donald and Mary Guibord ... enjoys being outdoors ... pre-business major.


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

KENDRA STAUFFER Senior | F | 5-4 Alto, Michigan Caledonia HS

As a Junior (2015)

Appeared in 25 games for the Lakers, all of them starts...second on the team with 15 goals and 11 assists.... starter on an offensive unit that set a program record with 104 team goals in a season...named to All-GLIAC First Team.....named to D2CCA All-Midwest Region First Team.... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...named GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week...scored two goals in win over Findlay (9/18)...had one goal and two assists vs. Michigan Tech (10/16)....had one goal and three assists vs. Malone (11/3)....scored four goals and added an assist in win over NMU (10/18) for career high nine points...had one goal and one assist in NCAA Semifinal vs Western Washington (12/3)

As a Sophomore (2014)

Appeared in 26 games, 23 of them starts....Talled 12 points off four goals and 4 assists....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a frontline that was 2nd in the nation with 79 goals.

As a Freshman (2013)

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Tournament Championship match versus Michigan Tech (Nov. 10) ... tallied three assists and one goal in the last four games of the NCAA Tournament.

High School

Four-year varsity player at Caledonia High School for head coach Steve Sanxter ... was a three-time Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 1 All-State, All-Ottawa-Kent Conference Gold Division and All-Region selection (2011-13) ... led Caledonia to three O.K. Gold championships and a district title in 2013 ... scored 52 goals in her career ... ... also played basketball for two years.

Personal

Daughter of Ben Stauffer and Abbie Cutler ... radiologic and imaging sciences major. Year 2013 2014 2015 Total

Stauffer’s Career Statistics GP G A P SH SOG 24 11 10 32 41 29 26 4 4 12 44 21 25 15 11 41 62 41 75 29 25 85 147 91

SOG% GW .707 1 .417 1 .661 1 .619 3

Played in 24 games and made 16 starts ... named to the Daktronics, Inc. All-Midwest Region Second Team, NSCAA All-Midwest Region Second Team and All-GLIAC Second Team ... voted to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team and earned Most Outstanding Offensive Player honors ... helped the Lakers win a program-best 24 games and their third NCAA Division II national championship ... finished second among all GLIAC players in assists (10) and points (32) ... ranked third in the league in goals (11) ... part of a Laker offense that led the nation in goals (88), which was also the second-highest scoring output in program history ... made her first start against Columbus State (Sep. 8) ... scored her first collegiate goal versus Minnesota State (Sep. 15) ... recorded her first collegiate assist at Ashland (Sep. 20) ... tallied two goals and an assist for a seasonhigh five points at Northwood (Sep. 29) ... scored two goals in victories over Ferris State (Oct. 12) and Findlay (Oct. 18) ... scored a goal and handed out an assist in the GLIAC

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On The Attack

Kendra Stauffer is a dynamic playmaker for the top women’s soccer program in the nation. She discusses sharing the field with NSCAA Player of the Year Marti Corby and aspirations for 2016. By Kevin Meyer

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mall in stature, and soft spoken in conversation, Kendra Stauffer could easily be overlooked in a huddle or nestled between the seats of a team bus. On the field, however, the Laker senior forward is a dynamo with the ball in her hands, cutting through defenses and finding the back of the net with ruthless efficiency. Spurred on by a mixture of a desire to prove herself to coaches and teammates and a palpable aversion to losing, Stauffer has transformed herself into one of the top forwards in the region and beyond, and starts for the five time Division II National Champion Grand Valley State Lakers.

Playing alongside two-time NSCAA National Player of the Year Marti Corby, Stauffer’s 15 goals and 11 assists during the 2015 campaign may have gone unnoticed by some amidst the hype surrounding Corby. However the swift attacker from Alto, Michigan has made plentiful contributions towards the crafting of the Laker’s soccer dynasty in her own right, and plays second fiddle to no one while on the pitch.

player that responds well to people saying “challenge this player” and I’ll go do it, and a lot of those challenges come from either Marti or Clare (Carlson), who plays on my side and sees those opportunities from her position behind me.” Routinely challenging defenders who dwarf her in size, Stauffer utilizes rapid acceleration and one on one attacking skills to make mincemeat of larger players on her way to the goal, and is a great finisher once she gets close to the net. Her talent up top for GVSU has Laker coach Jeff Hosler giving a ringing endorsement of her skills. “Kendra had an All-American season last year”, said Hosler. “Statistically, she put up great numbers as a forward, and personally I’d take her over anyone else in the country up top, that’s how good she is. When she’s on her game, I don’t know if you can stop her, she has the ability to get to goal and bring others into the game. I think she’s just as dangerous to score as she is to set somebody else up.” This season, Stauffer is one of five seniors poised to bring Grand Valley State’s soccer “dynasty” to new heights. Currently tied with Franklin Pierce for the Division II women’s soccer lead with five national titles, the Lakers can stand

When she’s on her game, I DON’T THINK YOU CAN STOP HER. - GVSU head coach Jeff Hosler

Stauffer’s best season in a Laker uniform was a driving force towards the team’s capture of a third consecutive NCAA Division II National title in 2015, the fifth such title in program history. Her 15 goals and 11 assists were second to Corby in both the team statistics and on the Great Lakers Intercollegiate Athletics Conference leaderboard, and paced an offensive attack that broke the previous program record for goals in a season by scoring 104 in 25 games. Sharing the field with a playmaker like Corby has provided Stauffer with the opportunity to shine on the attack, and the two share a close bond. “Marti is such a talented player and a great player to play with”, said Stauffer. “She’s not shy, she’ll tell you where to run, where she wants you to go for a pass. When she’s out there working hard, it really makes me want to rise to that challenge and do something with the balls she plays to me, otherwise I feel like she made the run for nothing. I am a

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alone at the top if they can win the national championship in 2016. Additionally, if Stauffer and her talented squad can win it all, they will join the Franklin Pierce class of 1994-97 as the only Division II soccer athletes to win a national title in all four seasons. There is no debate on the potency of the Laker program in recent years. After making their national championship debut in the 2006 championship game, the Lakers have reached the title game in six of the nine seasons since, winning five of the six. Among the reasons for this dominant stretch of title runs? A culture of extreme competitive spirit among extremely talented players such as Stauffer are the raw materials that Hosler, and predecessor Dave DiIanni before him, molds into a finished product. There is more than a hope for victory that drives the Lakers, it is a need, a volatile distate for losing and all the feelings that come with it.


On the verge of a new season, the Lakers once again find themselves ranked number one in the NSCAA preseason rankings, putting the onus back on them to prove they have what it takes to accomplish what no other program has. Now a senior, Stauffer has the opportunity to rise to the challenge to make college soccer history, and forever make her part of a unique and privileged group to leave her college career a four time national champion.

TOP LEVEL TALENT Stauffer notched career highs in

goals with 15 and assists with 11 during the 2015 campaign, leading the Lakers to a third consecutive title.

A crushing defeat in the season opener last fall to Quincy threatened GVSU with an identity crisis; were they going to remain the far and away favorites to win a fifth national title, or were they destined to buckle under pressure and settle for far less than they imagined. Stauffer describes the range of sadness enveloping the players after the humiliating defeat.

“Honestly, when we lose it’s like every girl just got broken up with”, describes Stauffer. “We’ll all be so heartbroken, no one knows what to say and it’s just silent. We felt that we could’ve won that game and we let ourselves be beaten so badly. We took that night to think it over, and the next practice the seniors stood up and told us ‘this is not the end of the world, we’re turning around and let’s go, if we don’t turn around now, then this is how our whole season is going to go’. I think that motivated us all because we are all very competitive and want to win above all else.”

A desire to win above all else filters down into the way the Lakers view their individual accomplishments and statistics. Unselfish play yields the best results, and as a result of that unselfish play both Corby and Stauffer were not only the teams top goal scorers in 2015 but also the top two assisters, with 17 and 11 helpers apiece.

“We don’t have any selfish players on this team, we just want to win”, maintains Stauffer. “It doesn’t matter to us who gets the goals or how pretty of a goal it is, we just want to win.”

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ERIKA BRADFIELD Redshirt Junior | F | 5-8 Rockford, Michigan Rockford HS

As a Redshirt Sophomore (2015)

Appeared in nine games while making two starts‌returned from injury to play in nine of final 10 games, including action in four NCAA tournament games.

As a Sophomore (2014) Redshirted due to injury.

As a Freshman (2013)

Saw action in all 25 games, making 18 starts ... scored six goals and handed out seven assists to finish with 19 points ... helped the Lakers win a program-best 24 games and capture their third NCAA Division II national championship ... part of a GVSU frontline that led the nation with 88 goals, matching the second-highest scoring output in school history ... made first career start at Armstrong Atlantic State (Sep. 6) ... scored her first collegiate goal at Ashland (Sep. 20) ... recorded her first collegiate assist versus Malone (Oct. 4) ... tallied two assists against Findlay (Oct. 18) ... notched game-winning goals at Indianapolis (Oct. 9), versus Tiffin (Oct. 20) and in the NCAA Midwest Regional

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Semifinal against Rockhurst (Nov. 17) ... ranked third on the team in shots (46).

High School

Four-year varsity player at Rockford under head coach Steve Thomas ... two-time All-District selection, while also earning All-Ottawa-Kent Conference Red Division honors in 2012 ... scored 13 goals and dished out 12 assists en route to earning an Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 1 All-State Second Team as a senior (2013) ... led the Rams to three district finals.

Personal

Daughter of Dean and Jill Bradfield ... business general major. Year 2013 2015 Total

GP 25 9 34

Bradfield’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 6 7 19 46 26 .565 3 0 0 0 10 4 .400 0 6 7 19 56 30 .535 3


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

ALEXIS MENCOTTI

As a Junior (2015)

Redshirt Junior | D | 5-8 Novi, Michigan Northville HS

Redshirted due to injury.

As a Sophomore (2014)

Appeared in 22 games for the Lakers, including 11 starts....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a defense that allowed just 12 goals all season, tied for 7th in the naton.

As a Freshman (2013)

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District and All-Kensington Lakes Activities Association Central Division selection ... helped the Mustangs to a KLAA Central title in 2012 ... also played club soccer for the Michigan Rush and Michigan Hawks ... was teammates with current Lakers Gabbie Guibord and Emily Bush at Northville ... also played basketball and was active in Relay for Life.

Personal

Daughter of Anthony and Lisa Mencotti ... majoring in exercise science.

Redshirted due to injury.

High School

Member of the Northville High School squad under head coach Eric Brucker ... earned a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 1 All-State Honorable Mention accolade as a senior (2013) ... an AllYear 2014 Total

GP 22 22

Mencotti’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 0 0 0 2 1 .500 0 0 0 0 2 1 .500 0

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DANI JOHNSON Junior | MF | 5-3 Toledo, Ohio Notre Dame Academy

As a Sophomore (2015)

High School

As a Freshman (2014)

Personal

Appeared in all 25 games for the Lakers… recorded 1 assist… significant reserve on a defensive backline that posted 17 shutouts… pivotal role in Division II National Championship game where GVSU posted a 2-0 shutout… Named to All-GLIAC Tournament Team… helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title…recorded an assist vs. Tiffin (9/25)…season high for minutes played (67) in NCAA Division II National Championship game (12/5). Appeared in 26 games for the Lakers, nine of them starts....tallied five points off two goals, one assist....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship

Prepped under head coach Chip Smith at Notre Dame Academy ... tallied 37 goals and 32 assists over the course of four seasons with the Eagles ... guided Notre Dame Academy to a Three Rivers Athletic Conference title and district championship in 2013 ... garnered NSCAA All-Region IV, OHSAA Division I All-State First Team laurels in 2013 ... earned District and TRAC Player of the Year honors as a senior (2013) ... garnered an OHSAA Division I AllState Second Team plaudit in 2012 ... four-time All-TRAC, All-District and All-Academic selection. Daughter of Phil and Terri Johnson ... enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with friends and family ... undecided on a major. Year 2014 2015 Total

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GP 26 25 51

Johnson’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 2 1 5 20 6 .300 0 0 1 1 20 4 .200 0 2 2 6 40 10 .250 0


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

SARA STEVENS Junior | F | 5-3 Plainfield, Illinois Plainfield North HS

As a Sophomore (2015)

Appeared in 17 games for the Lakers...scored two goals and added an assist...played a season high 52 minutes and scored a goal vs Lake Erie (9/20)...played 32 minutes and scored a goal vs Cal State San Bernadino (9/11)...reserve player on an offensive unit that set a program record with 104 team goals in a season... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title.

As a Freshman (2014)

Appeared in 26 games....tallied seven points off three goals and an assist....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a frontline that was 2nd in the nation with 79 goals. Year 2014 2015 Total

GP 26 17 43

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High School

Played four seasons of varsity soccer under head coach Jane Crowe at Plainfield North High School ... ranks 13th in school history in goals and assists ... helped the Tigers claim three Southwest Prairie Conference titles and an IHSA Class 3A regional championship in 2013 ... also played club soccer for Team Chicago Santos.

Personal

Daughter of Brent and Susan Stevens ... enjoys listening to music and hanging out with friends and family ... intends to major in physical therapy.

Steven’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 3 1 7 15 8 .533 1 2 1 5 10 4 .400 0 5 2 12 25 12 .480 0

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TRACEY MCCOY Junior | D | 5-10 Aurora, Illinois Metea Valley HS

As a Sophomore (2015)

Appeared in 25 games, while making 17 starts for the Lakers… scored one goal and added four assists…frequent starter on a defensive backline that posted 17 shutouts… helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title… scored goal against Michigan Tech (10/16)…logged season high 82 minutes at Walsh (10/23)…started in three games in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

High School

Appeared in21 games for GVSU, two fo them starts...tallied three assists on the season...helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a defense that allowed just 12 goals all season, tied for 7th in the naton.

Daughter of Mark and Diana McCoy ... two-year member of the marching band at Metea Valley ... member of Peer Partners, an organization dedicated to helping special-needs children, since 2012 ... enjoys art and music ... intends to be a pre-medical major.

As a Freshman (2014)

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McCoy’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 0 3 3 9 4 .444 0 1 4 6 11 5 .455 0 1 7 9 20 9 .450 0

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Earned four varsity letters under head coach Pat Feulner at Metea Valley High School ... three-time All-Academic honoree ... helped guide the Mustangs a regional title and sectional runner-up finish as a senior (2014) ... part of Metea Valley's regional and Upstate Eight Conference championship team in 2012 ... aided the Mustangs during two runs to the regional finals (2011, 2013) ... also played club soccer for Team Chicago Santos.

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GABRIELLA MENCOTTI

As a Sophomore (2015)

Junior | MF | 5-10 Novi, Michigan Northville HS

Appeared in all 25 games for the Lakers, 24 of which were starts… Scored 10 goals and added 9 assists… tied for third in goals scored on team… primary starter on an offensive unit that set a program records for team goals in a season with 104…Named to All-GLIAC first team… AllGLIAC Tournament team selection… D2CCA All-Midwest Region first team… helped the Lakers win their third conYear 2014 2015 Total

GP 26 25 51

Mencotti’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 16 11 43 80 45 10 9 29 83 45 26 20 72 163 90

SOG% GW .562 6 .661 2 .522 8

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secutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title…scored two goals vs. Michigan Tech (10/16)…recorded a goal and two assists against Ashland in the GLIAC Tournament Championship game (11/8)…tallied an assist in NCAA Division II Semifinal Game vs. Western Washington (12/3).

As a Freshman (2014)

Started in all 26 games for the Lakers, tallying 43 points by scoring 16 goals and adding 11 assists...led all freshmen in the nation with 16 goals scored...led GVSU in total goals scored, including six game winners..helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship...Part of a frontline that was 2nd in the nation with 79 goals.

High School

Prepped under head coach Eric Brucker at Northville High School ... named to the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 1 All-State First Team as a senior (2014) ... led the Mustangs to the 2014 MHSAA Division 1 state championship ... earned All-Kensington Lakes Activities Association Central Division, All-District and team MVP honors in 2013 ... member of the Rush Select national team from 2011-12 ... also earned MVP and All-KLAA Central honors playing on the varsity women's basketball team.

Personal

Daughter of Anthony and Lisa Mencotti ... enjoys outdoor activities ... intends to major in accounting.

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

JENNIFER STEINAWAY

As a Sophomore (2015)

Junior | GK | 5-7 Pinckney, Michigan Pinckney Community HS

Redshirted due to injury.

As a Freshman (2014)

Appeared in game against Ferris State on Oct.15....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship.

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Personal

Daughter of Jeffrey and Jacqueline Steinaway ... enjoys playing sports ... intends to major in physical therapy.

High School

Four-year varsity goalkeeper and two-time captain under head coach Joel Lindblade at Pinckney Community High School ... named All-Kensington Lakes Activities Association West Division Honorable Mention in 2013 ... played club soccer for Alliance FC for two seasons ... also played three years of varsity basketball. Year 2014 Total

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Steinaway’s Career Statistics GP GA W-L-T SF S Save% SO 1 0 0-0-0 1 0 .00 0 1 0 0-0-0 1 0 .00 0


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

SHANNON QUINN

As a Sophomore (2015)

Junior | MF | 5-11 Grand Rapids, Michigan Forest Hills Northern HS

Appeared in 25 games, all of them starts...scored one goal and added three assists, both career highs...everyday starter on a defensive backline that posted 17 shutouts...played a full 90 minutes in ten matches on the season...named GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week...named to Academic All-District team and honored as Academic All-American..played a season high 110 minutes in shootout victory over Central Missouri (11/22)...played full 90 minutes of NCAA Division II National Championship game...helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...scored vs Ashland (10/9)....dished out two assists vs Malone (11/3).

As a Freshman (2014)

Appeared in 24 games, starting one...tallied two assists on the season...helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship.

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High School

Prepped under head coach Jamie Bogart at nearby Forest Hills Northern High School ... served as team captain for two seasons (2013-14) ... earned a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 2 AllState First Team plaudit as a senior (2014) ... was a MIHSSCA Division 2 All-State Honorable Mention in 2013 ... three-time All-Ottawa Kent Conference Bronze Division selection ... helped the Huskies win three O.K. Bronze titles and a district championship in 2013 ... named Academic All-State for the past three years (2012-14) ... earned team awards for top defender and midfielder in 2011 and 2012, respectively ... also earned three varsity letters on the FHN women's basketball team.

Personal

Daughter of Brian and Marie-Louise Quinn ... enjoys playing guitar and piano ... undecided on a major. Year 2014 2015 Total

GP 24 25 49

Quinn’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 0 2 2 9 3 .333 0 1 3 5 6 3 .500 0 1 5 7 15 6 .400 0

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PAIGE PRYSON Junior | GK | 5-6 Jackson, Michigan Lumen Christi HS

As a Sophomore (2015)

Appeared in five games, 3 of them starts...was a perfect 40 on the season....gave up one goal on 13 shots faced....made five saves and had an .833 save percentage...recorded one solo shutout against SVSU (10/2)....made four saves against SVSU (10/2)...had one save against Tiffin (9/25)...helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title

As a Freshman (2014)

Appeared in game against Ferris State on Oct.15....helped the Lakers achieve 22 wins and win the program’s fourth NCAA Division II national championship.

speciively ... earned a pair of All-Capital Area Activities Conference Gold Division selections (2013, 2014) ... named to the Jackson Citizen Patriot Dream Team as a senior (2014) ... captained the Titans to a district finals appearance as a senior (2014) ... three-time CAAC Gold AllAcademic honoree ... helped Lumen Christi win CAAC Gold and district titles in 2013 ... also spent four years on the Titan women's basketball team and two years on the volleyball team.

Personal

Daughter of Michael and Lori Pryson ... served on a mission trip in Jamaica during the spring of 2013 ... undecided major.

High School

Prepped under head coach Damon Havlicek at Lumen Christi High School ... earned a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association (MIHSSCA) Division 3 All-State Honorable Mention plaudit as a junior (2013) ... was also an All-Region and All-District honoree in 2013 and 2014, re-

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Pryson’s Career Statistics GP GA W-L-T SF S Save% SO 1 1 0-0-0 4 0 .00 0 5 1 4-0-0 13 5 .833 1 6 2 4-0-0 17 5 .772 0


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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

Emily Maresh

As a Freshman (2015)

Sophomore | GK | 5-10 Novi, Michigan Northville HS

Appeared in 21 games, all of them starts....went 19-1-1 in goal on the season.....conceded just 10 goals all season on 156 shots faced....made 69 saves and had a .873 save percentage...recorded 13 solo shutouts....made three saves in penalty kick shootout against Central Missouri in NCAA Quarterfinals...Named to D2CCA Midwest Region First Team....Named to NSCAA All-Midwest Region Third team....named to NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team....named to D2CCA All-America Third Team.... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...had seven saves against Michigan Tech (10/16) & Quincy (11/15).

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High School

Prepped at Northville High School under head coach Eric Brucker ... starting goalkeeper for the Mustangs' 2014 MHSAA Division I State Championship team, tallying 18 shutouts that season ... named Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association Division 1 All-State First Team as a junior (2014) ... also named All-Region, All-District and All-KLAA in 2014 ... helped Northville win Kensington Lakes Activities Assocation titles in 2012 and 2014.

Personal

Daughter of Ed and Debbie Maresh ... enjoys being outdoors, going to her cottage and baking ... intends to major in elementary education.


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Tara Lierman Sophomore | MF | 5-7 Holt, Michigan

As a Freshman (2015)

Appeared in 23 games for the Lakers, 2 of them starts...scored four goals and had one assist... rotation player for an offensive unit that set a program record with 104 team goals in a season... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title....scored two goals vs Cal. State San Bernardino (9/11)....scored goals vs Lake Erie (9/20) and Malone (9/27).

High School

Prepped at Holt High School under head coach Aaron Smith ... earned a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State Division 1 Honorable Mention laurel in 2014 ... named All-Region and All-District as a junior (2014) Year 2015 Total

GP 23 23

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... three-time All-Area, All-Capital Area Activities Conference Blue Division and All-Academic selection ... voted team MVP in 2013 and co-MVP in 2014 ... helped the Rams to the 2014 CAAC Blue championship ... also played varsity volleyball in 2011 and four seasons of varsity basketball.

Personal

Daughter of John and Susan Lierman ... three-year member of Teens Against Tobacco Use (2013-15) ... enjoys spending time with friends and family ... intends to major in nursing.

Lierman’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 4 1 9 15 10 .667 0 4 1 9 15 10 .667 0

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Mackenzie Fox

As a Freshman (2015)

Sophomore | D | 5-5 Zeeland, Michigan East HS

Appeared in all 25 games for GVSU, 10 of them starts… scored 1 goal and added 1 assist… primary reserve on a defensive backline that posted 17 shutouts… started in the NCAA D II National Championship game…helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title… recorded an assist vs. Northwood (10/4)…scored first career goal at Ohio Dominican (10/11)…played 74 minutes in Lakers 2-0 victory in NCAA Division II National Championship game (12/5).

High School

Prepped at Zeeland East High School under head coach

Barry Hutzel ... leading scorer in her first three varsity seasons, totaling 29 goals and 25 assists ... helped the Chix to their first district title game appearance in school history (2013) ... voted team MVP in 2012 and 2014 ... two-time All-District (2012 & 2013), All-Ottawa-Kent Conference Black Division (2013 & 2014) and All-Area First Team (2013 & 2014) selection ... three-time team captain (2012-14).

Personal

Daughter of Matt and Tamara Fox ... enjoys art, running, working out and music ... intends to major in exercise science.

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Fox’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 1 1 3 2 2 1 5 7 15 6

SOG% GW 1.000 0 1.000 0


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Madz Ham

Sophomore | D | 5-4 Lake Orion, Michigan As a Freshman (2015)

Appeared in 15 games, four of them starts...rotation player on a defense that allowed just 11 goals on the season, and one goal in conference play, shutting out 17 opponents... helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title...played a career high 80 minutes vs Lake Erie (9/20)...made starts vs Tiffin (9/25), Malone (9/27), SVSU (10/2) and Northwood (10/4).

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Coach's Award as a junior (2014) ... two-time All-Academic selection ... named team captain each of her final two seasons (2014 & 2015).

Personal

Daughter of Christopher and Jill Ham ... enjoys reading, being active and being outdoors ... intends to major in linguistics.

High School

Prepped at Lake Orion High School under head coach Randy McCoy ... four-year starter for the varsity team ... earned All-Oakland Area Activities Conference and All-District honors in 2014 ... also collected the Lake Orion Year 2015 Total

GP 15 15

Ham’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 4 1

SOG% GW .250 0 .250 0

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Aunika Ortiz

As a Freshman (2015)

Sophomore | MF | 5-4 Los Angeles, California Center for Enriched Studies

Appeared in 19 games for the Lakers… reserve player on an offensive unit that set a program records for team goals in a season with 104…saw significant minutes in GLIAC Tournament Championship game and in first round of Division II NCAA Tournament…helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title…played career high 55 minutes in 7-0 victory vs. Lake Erie (9/20)…Appeared in two games in the NCAA Division II Tournament against Quincy (11/15) and Central Missouri (11/22).

Year 2015 Total

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GP 19 19

Ortiz’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 1

SOG% GW .333 0 .33 0

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High School

Prepped for four years at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies under head coach Dave London ... led the Unicorns to back-to-back California Interscholastic Federation championships in 2012 and 2013 ... three-time team captain (2013-15).

Personal

Daughter of Johny Ortiz and Minerva Gomez ... enjoys drawing ... undecided on a major.


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Samantha Riga

As a Freshman (2015)

Sophomore | F | 5-8 Plymouth, Michigan Ladywood HS

Appeared in all 25 games and made 10 starts for the Lakers…Scored nine goals and added five assists… primary reserve on an offensive unit that set a program records for team goals in a season with 104… helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title…scored a pair of goals against Quincy (11/15) in opening round of NCAA Division II Tournament…scored first career goal vs. Tiffin (9/25)…recorded two goals against Malone (9/25) and Quincy (11/15)… scored at least one goal in four straight games (11/3-11/15).

High School

Prepped under head coach Ken Shingledecker at Ladywood High School ... scored 21 goals and recorded 10 asYear 2015 Total

GP 25 15

Riga’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG 9 5 23 64 39 0 0 0 4 1

sists in 2014 ... Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association Division 2 All-State First Team honoree as a junior (2014) named to the 2014 MLive.com Dream Team ... twotime All-District selection ... named team captain for the 2015 season ... helped the Blazers to a Catholic League title in 2012 ... guided Ladywood to a pair of district crowns (2012 & 2014) and a regional championship as a junior (2014).

Personal

Daughter of Scott and Teresa Riga ... enjoys working out, shopping, swimming and hanging out with friends ... intends to major in business.

SOG% GW .609 1 .250 0

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

Lindsay Ebeling

As a Freshman (2015)

Sophomore | MF | 5-3 St. Joseph, Michigan Lakeshore HS

Appeared in 15 games for the Lakers…tallied one goal and one assist… reserve player on an offensive unit that set a program records for team goals in a season with 104…… helped the Lakers win their third consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship, ninth straight GLIAC Tournament Title and eleventh straight regular season title… recorded an assist vs. Lake Erie (9/20)…scored first career goal at Malone (9/27).

High School

Prepped at Lakeshore High School under head coach Brian Samuel ... scored 59 goals, leading the team in scoring for three consecutive seasons, and tallied 21 assists in her first three years ... helped the Lancers to three consecutive district titles and a 2013 Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference championship ... garnered a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association Division 2 AllState First Team as a junior (2014), a second-team laurel as a sophomore (2013), and honorable mention as a freshman (2012) ... three-time All-Region, All-District and AllYear 2015 Total

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Ebeling’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 1 1 3 8 4 .500 0 1 1 3 8 4 .500 0

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SMAC honoree ... also a two-year starter for the varsity girls basketball team and was a 2013 MHSAA Division 2 Cross Country State Finals qualifier.

Personal

Daughter of Scott and Kristin Ebeling ... enjoys swimming, hiking, hanging out with friends and watching Netflix ... intends to major in education.


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Marisa Pyden

As a Freshman (2015)

Sophomore | MF | 5-5 Commerce Twp., Michigan Walled Lake Northern HS

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[at CMU] Appeared in just nine games due to injury...played a season high 25 minutes versus DePaul (Sep. 13).

High School

Named all-conference in 2013 ... received All-District Honors (2013-14) ... awarded All-Region Honorable Mention in 2013 ... earned Scholar Athlete Award in 2012 and 2013 ... received three letters in soccer, two in snowboarding and one in basketball.

Club

Played with Michigan Jaguars team that reach National Championships in 2014 and Region II Championships from 2012-16...competed in the US Youth Soccer National League in her final two seasons. Year 2015 Total

GP 9 9

Pyden’s Career Statistics G A P SH SOG SOG% GW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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LAKER FRESHMEN Kasey Codd Freshman | D | 5-6 Brighton, Michigan

High School

Prepped under head coach Chris Stevanovich at Brighton High School ... played four years of varsity soccer at Brighton...named First Team All-County in 2014...earned All-County, All-Conference and All-District Honors as a junior in 2015...helped Brighton become Conference Champion and KLAA League Finalist in 2015.

Personal

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Daughter of Timothy and Lisa Codd ... enjoys snowboarding, reading, traveling and fashion ... plans to major in business.

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Corey Sawall Freshman | MF | 5-6 Portage, Michigan

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High School

Prepped under head coach Tim Halloran at Portage High School ... earned a Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association Division 1 All-State Honorable Mention plaudit in 2013 and 2015 ... named All-District, All-Conference and All-Region in 2013 and 2015 as well ... 2015 team CoMVP...helped lead Portage ... named a team captain for senior season ... recorded 14 goals and nine assists in 2013, and eight goals and four assists in 2015.

Personal

Daughter of Robert and Noreen Sawall... enjoys reading, hiking and swimming, as well as watching the Premier League ... plans to major in exercise science.

Alexis Dandridge

High School

Freshman | MF | 5-7 Naperville, Ill. North HS

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Prepped under head coach Steve Goletz at Naperville North High School ... named team MVP as a freshman after scoring 21 goals on the season...earned Most Improved player as a sophomore while helping Naperville to become Conference and Regional Champions...scored 11 goals as a junior, guiding team to Regional Championship...earned Academic All-Conference in 2014...named as a varsity captain for final high school season.

Personal

Daughter of Daren and Pamela Dandridge ... enjoys reading, biking and baking. ... plans to major in exercise science.

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Charley Campbell Freshman | D | 5-6 Haslett, Michigan

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High School

Prepped at Haslett High School under head coach Dave Littleon ... named Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State in 2015 ... helped Haslett become District Champions and Regional Runner-Up in 2013 and 2014 ... also collected All-District, All-Region, All-Conference,AllAcademic and Lansing State Journal Dream Team honors as a junior (2015) ... has spent four seasons on the varsity team at Haslett...helped the Vikings become Gold Cup Champs in 2015.

Personal

Daughter of John and Anne Campbell ... enjoys running, lifting eights and watching sports... intends to major in athletic training.

Mia Gale

High School

Freshman | MF | 5-3 Ferndale, Michigan

Prepped under head coach Mike Kuzniar at Ferndale High School ...earned All-League honors as a freshman..named All-County, All-Conference, All-State and All-Academic as a senior...elected team captain and Most Valuable Player as a senior.

Personal

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Daughter of Ray Gale and Kelley Adams-Campos ... enjoys recycling, drawing,hanging out with friends and eating healthy...intends to major in Environmental Studies.

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322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Match No. 1 California State San Bernadino Coyotes Friday, Sep. 2 | 12:00 p.m. San Bernardino, CA. GVSU Leads Series 1-0-0

Location: San Bernardino, California Enrolloment: 18,952 Founded: 1965 Colors: Blue and Black Home Field: Mattke Field Conference: CCAA President: Tomas D Morales Athletic Director: Morgan Walker Soccer SID: Mark Reinhiller Office Phone: (909)537-3001 E-Mail: mrein@csusb.edu Website: csusbathletics.com Head Coach:LeBaron Holliman(2nd yr.) Record at CSB: 5-10-3 Career Record: 5-10-3 2015 Record: 5-10-3 CCAA Record/Finish: 4-7-1-0/9th CCAA Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Nicki Argentieri Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 18 GP, 15 starts 0 G- 1 A- 1 PTS Paige Kang Sr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 18 GP, 17 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

Gabby Evaristo So., Midfielder 2015 Season: 18 GP, 10 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS

Emily White Sr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 15 GP, 15 starts 1326 Minutes played- 20 GA- 65 saves- 2 shutouts

Match No. 2 California State Pomona Broncos Sunday, Sep. 4 | TBA Pomona, CA No previous matchups

Location: Pomona, California Enrolloment: 23,717 Founded: 1938 Colors: Green and Gold Home Field: Kellogg Field Conference: CCAA President: Soraya M. Coley Athletic Director: Brian Swanson Soccer SID: Greg Salvage Office Phone: (909) 869-2818 E-Mail: gmsalvage@cpp.edu Website: broncoathletics.com

Head Coach: Jay Mason (1st yr.) Record at Cal Poly Pomona: 0-0-0 Career Record: 0-0-0 2015 Record: 9-7-2 CCAA Record/Finish: 6-5-1/5th CCAA Tournament: NCAA Tournament:

Key Returners

Daisy Duran Jr., Forward 2015 Season: 13 GP, 7 starts 5 G- 0 A- 10 PTS Sydney Yates So., Forward 2015 Season: 18 GP, 7 starts 3 G- 3 A- 9 PTS

Hailey James Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 15 GP, 8 starts 3 G- 2 A- 8 PTS

Ricki Ives Jr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 1665 Minutes played- 25 GA- 49 saves- 4 shutouts

Match No. 3 St. Cloud State Huskies Sunday, Sep. 9 | 2:00 p.m. Mankato, MN. No previous matchups

Location: St. Cloud, Minnesota Enrolloment: 15, 461 Founded: 1869 Colors: Spirit red, white and black Home Field: Bulldog Soccer Park Conference: NSIC President: Ashish Vaidya Athletic Director: Heather Weems Soccer SID: Thomas Nelson Office Phone: (320) 308-5400 E-Mail: tcnelson@stcloudstate.edu Website: scsuhuskies.com

Head Coach: Gretta Arvesen (3rd yr.) Record at St. Cloud State: 15-17-4 Career Record: 277-101-42 (21 yrs.) 2015 Record: 9-6-3 NSIC Record/Finish: 8-4-3/5th NSIC Tournament: Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Maria Kass So., Forward 2015 Season: 18 GP, 17 starts 8 G- 2 A- 18 PTS Alexa Starr So., Midfielder 2015 Season: 13 GP, 3 starts 4 G- 2 A- 10 PTS

Sarah Benhart Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS

Mackenzie Winters Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS Kylie Cleary So., Forward 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

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Match No. 4 Minnesota State Mavericks Sunday, Sep. 11 | 12:00 p.m. Mankato, Minnesota The Pitch at Gage Towers GVSU Leads Series 3-1-3

Match No. 6 Ohio Dominican Panthers Sunday, Sep. 18 | 1:00 p.m. Allendale, Mich. GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 7-1-0

Location: Mankato, Minnesota Enrolloment: 15,409 Founded: 1868 Colors: Purple and Gold Home Field: Pitch at Gage Towers Conference: NSIC President: Dr. Richard Davenport Athletic Director: Kevin Buisman Soccer SID: Paul Allan Office Phone: (507) 389-2625 E-Mail: paul.allan@mnsu.edu Website: msumavericks.com

Location: University Center, Michigan Enrolloment: 10,245 Founded: 1963 Colors: Red and Blue Home Field: Robert C. Braddock Field Conference: GLIAC President: Donald Blanchard Athletics Director: Mike Watson Soccer SID: Eric Brookhouse Office Phone: (989) 964-4053 E-Mail: embrookh@svsu.edu Website: svsucardinals.com

Location: Columbus, Ohio Enrolloment: 2,660 Founded: 1911 Colors: Black and Gold Home Field: Panther Field Conference: GLIAC President: Dr. Peter Cimbolic Athletic Director: Jeff Blair Soccer SID: Aaron McPherson Office Phone: (614) 253-4843 E-Mail:mcphersa@ohiodominican.edu Website: ohiodominicanpanthers.com

Key Returners

Key Returners

Key Returners

Morgan Cottew So., Forward 2015 Season: 22 GP, 3 starts 9 G- 6 A- 24 PTS

Shelby Watts. Sr, Forward 2015 Season: 16 GP, 15 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS

Kelly Johnson Sr, Midfielder 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS

Head Coach: Brian Bahl (4th yr.) Record at Minnesota State: 57-6-4 Career Record: 121-48-21 (10 yrs.) 2015 Record: 18-2-2 NSIC Record/Finish: 14-0-1/1st NSIC Tournament: Semifinalist NCAA Tournament: Second Round

Kiana Nickel Sr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 22 GP, 22 starts 11 G- 7 A- 29 PTS

Dana Savino Sr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 3 G- 5 A- 11 PTS

Lexi Pszanka Jr., Forward 2015 Season: 21 GP, 21 starts 3 G- 4 A- 10 PTS Caitlin Foley Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 22 GP, 6 starts 0 G- 0 A- 20PTS

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Match No. 5 Saginaw Valley State Cardinals Friday, Sep. 16 | 7:00 p.m. Allendale GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 22-2-4

Head Coach: Michael O’Niell (3rd yr.) Record at SVSU: 17-14-3 Career Record: 17-4-3 2015 Record: 6-10 GLIAC Record/Finish: 4-8/10th GLIAC Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Ashley Henderson Sr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 16 GP, 15 starts 10 G- 4 A- 24 PTS

Samantha Dunn So., Defender 2015 Season: 14 GP, 12 starts 0 G- 2 A- 2 PTS Bria Spraggins Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 13 GP, 11 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

Claire Spleth Sr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 11 GP, 10 starts 15 GA- 802 MP- 1 shutout

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Head Coach: Jonathan Meade (6th yr.) Record at Ohio Dominican: 53-24-15 Career Record: 187-85-22 (12 yrs.) 2013 Record: 10-5-3 GLIAC Record/Finish: 7-4-1/T-4th GLIAC Tournament: Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Allison Pavlik Jr., Forward 2015 Season: 19 GP, 16 starts 6 G- 2 A- 14 PTS

Kethryn Mattingly Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 15 GP, 14 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS Amanda Fodor Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 0 G- 1 A- 1 PTS

Marissa Wierzbicki So. Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 11 GP, 18 starts 16 GA- 900 MP- 2 shutouts


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Match No. 7 Northern Michigan Wildcats Friday, Sep. 23 | 4:00 p.m. Marquette, Michigan NMU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 23-2-1

Location: Marquette, Michigan Enrolloment: 8,879 Founded: 1899 Colors: Forest Green and Gold Home Field: NMU Soccer Field Conference: GLIAC President: David Haynes Athletic Director: Forrest Karr Soccer SID: Jen Dobias Office Phone: (906) 227-1917 E-Mail: jedobias@nmu.edu Website: nmuwildcats.com

Head Coach: Matt Grandstand (12th yr.)

Record at NMU: 108-93-19 Career Record: 139-115-22 (14 yrs.) 2015 Record: 7-10 GLIAC Record/Finish: 7-5/5th GLIAC Tournament: Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Paula Hafner Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 start 4 G- 2 A- 10 PTS

Wynona Maravilla Sr..Midfielder 2015 Season: 14 GP, 14 starts 3 G- 2 A- 8 PTS Carmen Villaruel Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 3 G- 3 A- 9 PTS Allyssa Milam Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

Alexandra Simmons Sr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 16 GP, 12 starts 22 GA- 1364 MP- 4 shutouts

Match No. 8 Michigan Tech Huskies Sunday, Sep. 25 | 12:00 p.m. Houghton, Michigan GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 9-0-1

Match No. 9 Tiffin Dragons Friday, Sept. 30 | 7:00 p.m. Allendale, MI GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 13-0-1

Location: Houghton, Michigan Enrolloment: 6,979 Founded: 1885 Colors: Gold and Black Home Field: Sherman Field Conference: GLIAC President: Glenn D. Mroz Athletic Director: Suzanne Sanregret Soccer SID: TBA Office Phone: (906) 487-2350 E-Mail: TBA Website: michigantechhuskies.com

Location: Tiffin, Ohio Enrolloment: 3,498 Founded: 1888 Colors: Green and Gold Home Field: Paradiso Athletic Fields Conference: GLIAC President: Dr. Paul Marion Athletic Director: Lonny Allen Soccer SID: Shane O’Donnell Office Phone: (507) 389-2625 E-Mail: sodonnel@tiffin.edu Website: gotiffindragons.com

Key Returners

Key Returners

Head Coach: Michelle Jacob (6th yr.) Record at Michigan Tech: 64-39-8 Career Record: 96-63-9 (Nine yrs.) 2015 Record: 9-6-2 GLIAC Record/Finish: 6-5-1/6th GLIAC Tournament: Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ Jacqueline Mielke Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 start 10 G- 5 A- 25 PTS Madeline Faust Sr..Forward 2015 Season: 15 GP, 15 starts 3 G- 0 A- 6 PTS Kat Farkas Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS

Taylor Archibald Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS Kirsen Hudak Jr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 7 GP, 7 starts 8 GA- 585 MP- 2 shutouts

Head Coach: Melissa Bigg (3rd yr.) Record at Tiffin: 5-27-1 Career Record: 5-27-1 2015 Record: 3-11-2 GLIAC Record/Finish: 1-10-1/13th GLIAC Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ Jacqueline Mielke Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 start 10 G- 5 A- 25 PTS Madeline Faust Sr..Forward 2015 Season: 15 GP, 15 starts 3 G- 0 A- 6 PTS Kat Farkas Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS

Taylor Archibald Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS Kirsen Hudak Jr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 7 GP, 7 starts 8 GA- 585 MP- 2 shutouts

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

Match No. 10 Ashland Eagles Sunday, Oct. 2 | 1:00 p.m. Allendale, MI. GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 14-9-1

Location: Ashland, Ohio Enrolloment: 6,000 Founded: 1878 Colors: Purple and Gold Home Field: Ferguson Field Conference: GLIAC President: Dr. Frederick J. Finks Athletic Director: Al King Soccer SID: Rachel O’Connor Office Phone: (419) 289-5442 E-Mail: roconno3@ashland.edu Website: goashlandeagles.com

Head Coach: Dan Krispinsky (3rd yr.) Record at Ashland: 36-17-3 Career Record: 36-17-3 (Three yrs.) 2015 Record: 14-4-1 GLIAC Record/Finish: 9-3/3rd GLIAC Tournament: Runner-Up NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Location: Melbourne, Florida Enrolloment: 6,393 Founded: 1958 Colors: Crimson and Grey Home Field: Rick Stottler Field Conference: Peach Belt President: T. Dwayne McCay Athletics Director: Bill Jurgens Jr. Soccer SID: Jameson Carter Office Phone: (321) 674-8250 E-Mail: jcarter@fit.edu Website: floridatechsports.com

Head Coach: Dustin Smith (2nd yr.) Record at FTU: 10-5-2 Career Record: 10-5-2 2015 Record: 10-5-2 PBC Record/Finish: 5-7-0/T-7th PBC Tournament: Semifinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Key Returners

Kelsey McKernan Jr, Forward 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 7 G- 6 A- 20 PTS

Elin Svensson R-Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 2 G- 2 A- 6 PTS

Morgan Bittengle Jr., Forward 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 11 G- 6 A- 28 PTS

Deijah Swihart So., Forward 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 7 G- 4 A- 18 PTS

Bridget McEldowney Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS Courtney Barker Jr. Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 17 GP, 16 starts 23 GA- 1509 MP- 4 shutouts

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Match No. 11 Florida Tech Panthers Wednesday, Oct. 5 | 7:00 p.m. Allendale, MI. GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 1-0-0

Keira McCarthy So., Forward 2015 Season: 15 GP, 8 starts 11 G- 2 A- 24 PTS

Aubri Williamson R-Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 3 GP, 3 starts 4 G- 2 A- 10 PTS Mary Watson R-Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 14 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS

Madeleine Keenan So. Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 14 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS

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Match No. 12 Walsh Cavaliers Friday, Oct. 7 | 7:00 p.m. North Canton, OH Milazzo Field GVSU Leads Series 4-0-0

Location: North Canton, Ohio Enrolloment: 2,982 Founded: 1960 Colors: Crimson and Gold Home Field: Milazzo Field Conference: GLIAC President: Richard Jusseaume Athletics Director: Dale Howard Soccer SID: Logan Smith Office Phone: (330) 490-7254 E-Mail: lsmith@walsh.edu Website: walsh.edu/walsh-athletics

Head Coach: Dave Rennard (5th yr.) Record at Walsh: 36-26-9 Career Record: 36-26-9 (Four yrs.) 2015 Record: 6-8-3 GLIAC Record/Finish: 4-7-1/9th GLIAC Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Sarah Berger Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 16 GP, 16 starts 2 G- 0 A- 4 PTS Emma Mallets Sr, Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS

Corynne Swift So., Midfielder 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 1 G- 2 A- 4 PTS

Madison Strausbaugh Sr., MF 2015 Season: 17 GP, 15 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS

Sydney Santaguida So. Midfielder 2015 Season: 16 GP, 10 starts 0 G- 4 A- 4 points


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Match No. 13 Lake Erie Storm Sunday, Oct. 9 | 1:00 p.m. Painesville, Oh. Slattery Field GVSU Leads Series 6-0-0

Match No. 14 Ohio Dominican Panthers Friday, Oct. 14 | 7:00 p.m. GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 7-1-0

Match No. 15 Findlay Oilers Sunday, Oct. 16 | 1:00 p.m. Allendale, MI. GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 15-6-1

Location: Painesville, Ohio Enrolloment: 1,100 Founded: 1856 Colors: Forest Green and White Home Field: Slattery Field Conference: GLIAC President: Michael T. Victor Athletics Director: Reid Guarnieri Soccer SID: Keith Nadrah Office Phone: (440) 375-7475 E-Mail: knadrah@lec.edu Website: lakeeriestorm.com

Location: Columbus, Ohio Enrolloment: 2,660 Founded: 1911 Colors: Black and Gold Home Field: Panther Field Conference: GLIAC President: Dr. Peter Cimbolic Athletic Director: Jeff Blair Soccer SID: Aaron McPherson Office Phone: (614) 253-4843 E-Mail: mcphersa@ohiodominican.edu Website: ohiodominicanpanthers.com

Location: Findlay, Ohio Enrolloment: 3,600 Founded: 1882 Colors: Orange and Black Home Field: DeHaven Field Conference: GLIAC President: Katherine Fell Athletic Director: Steven Rackley Soccer SID: David Buck Office Phone: (419) 434-4727 E-Mail: buckd@findlay.edu Website: athletics.findlay.edu

Key Returners

Key Returners

Key Returners

Kelly Johnson Sr, Midfielder 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS

Megan Kupetz So. Midfielder 2015 Season: 17 GP, 16 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

Head Coach: Reni Lawrence (1st yr.) Record at Lake Erie: 0-0-0 Career Record: 0-0-0 2015 Record: 4-12-2 GLIAC Record/Finish: 2-8-2/11th GLIAC Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ Ashley Price Jr., Forward 2015 Season: 18 GP, 17 starts 7 G- 1 A- 15 PTS

Elizabeth Awuah Sr, Forward 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 5 G- 0 A- 10 PTS Alecia Dipre Jr., Defender 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS Emily Elkins So., Midfielder 2015 Season: 18 GP, 18 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS

Marissa Brannon So. Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 17 GP, 16 starts 39 GA- 1570 minutes played- 2 shutouts

Head Coach: Aimee Haywood (1st yr.) Record at Ohio Dominican: 0-0-0 Career Record: 0-0-0 2015 Record: 10-9 GLIAC Record/Finish: 8-4/4th GLIAC Tournament: Semifinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ Allison Pavlik Jr., Forward 2015 Season: 19 GP, 16 starts 6 G- 2 A- 14 PTS

Marissa Swindell So., Forward 2015 Season: 17 GP, 16 starts 6 G- 3 A- 15 PTS

Kethryn Mattingly Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 15 GP, 14 starts 1 G- 1 A- 3 PTS Amanda Fodor Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 19 GP, 19 starts 0 G- 1 A- 1 PTS

Head Coach: Crystal Dye (5th yr.) Record at Findlay: 24-37-9 Career Record: 56-59-10 (Nine yrs.) 2015 Record: 2-12-3 GLIAC Record/Finish: 1-9-2/12th GLIAC Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Niki Mikolcic So., Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 0 G- 0 A- 0 PTS

Marissa Wierzbicki So. Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 11 GP, 18 starts 16 GA- 900 MP- 2 shutouts

Kate Prewitt Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 17 GP, 17 starts 0 G- 2 A- 2 PTS

Bre Parrish Jr. Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 15 GP, 9 starts 30 GA- 1353 minutes played- 3 shutouts

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Match No. 16 Northwood Timberwolves Friday, Oct. 21 | 7:00 p.m. University Center, MI. Robert C. Braddock Field GVSU Leads Series 24-1-1

Location: Midland, Michigan Enrolloment: ---Founded: 1959 Colors: Dark Blue and Blue Home Field: Robert C. Braddock Field Conference: GLIAC President: Keith A. Pretty Athletics Director: Dave Marsh Soccer SID: Travis McCurdy Office Phone: (989) 837-4239 E-Mail: mccurdyt@northwood.edu Website: gonorthwood.com Head Coach: Dean Pappas (5th yr.) Record at NU: 27-50-5 Career Record: 27-50-5 2015 Record: 6-9-1 GLIAC Record/Finish: 6-6-0/7th GLIAC Tournament: Quarterfinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Location: University Center, Michigan Enrolloment: 10,245 Founded: 1963 Colors: Red and Blue Home Field: Robert C. Braddock Field Conference: GLIAC President: Donald Blanchard Athletics Director: Mike Watson Soccer SID: Eric Brookhouse Office Phone: (989) 964-4053 E-Mail: embrookh@svsu.edu Website: svsucardinals.com Head Coach: Michael O’Niell (3rd yr.) Record at SVSU: 17-14-3 Career Record: 17-4-3 2015 Record: 6-10 GLIAC Record/Finish: 4-8/10th GLIAC Tournament: DNQ NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Key Returners

Sara Lamphere. Jr, Midfielder 2015 Season: 16 GP, 14 starts 3 G- 1 A- 7 PTS

Shelby Watts. Sr, Forward 2015 Season: 16 GP, 15 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS

Jessica Flores Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 16 GP, 14 starts 7 G- 3 A- 17 PTS

Allison Carroll Sr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 16 GP, 16 starts 2 G- 0 A- 4 PTS Jessica Esser Sr., Forward 2015 Season: 16 GP, 16 starts 2 G- 0 A- 4 PTS

Samantha Cook Sr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 5 GP, 2 starts 10 GA- 254 MP- 0 shutouts

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Match No. 17 Saginaw Valley State Cardinals Friday, Oct. 23 | 12:00 p.m. Allendale GVSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 22-2-4

Ashley Henderson Sr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 16 GP, 15 starts 10 G- 4 A- 24 PTS

Samantha Dunn So., Defender 2015 Season: 14 GP, 12 starts 0 G- 2 A- 2 PTS Bria Spraggins Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 13 GP, 11 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

Claire Spleth Sr., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 11 GP, 10 starts 15 GA- 802 MP- 1 shutout

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Match No. 18 Ferris State Bulldogs Friday, Oct.. 28 | 6:00 p.m. Big Rapids, MI. FSU Soccer Field GVSU Leads Series 25-3-0

Location: Big Rapids, Michigan Enrolloment: 14,707 Founded: 1884 Colors: Crimson and Gold Home Field: FSU Varsity Soccer Field Conference: GLIAC President: David L. Eisler Athletic Director: Perk Weisenburger Soccer SID: Rob Bentley Office Phone: (231) 591-3821 E-Mail: bentleyr@ferris.edu Website: ferrisstatebulldogs.com Head Coach: Andy McCaslin (4th yr.) Record at Ferris State: 42-26-10 Career Record: 42-26-10(Four years) 2015 Record: 14-5-1 GLIAC Record/Finish:9-2-1/2nd GLIAC Tournament: Semifinalist NCAA Tournament: DNQ

Key Returners

Meredith Smith Sr., Defender 2015 Season: 16 GP, 15 starts 10 G- 4 A- 24 PTS

Carley Dubbert. So, Defender 2015 Season: 16 GP, 15 starts 2 G- 1 A- 5 PTS Rachel Fouts Jr., Midfielder 2015 Season: 14 GP, 12 starts 0 G- 2 A- 2 PTS Erica Bartlett So., Defender 2015 Season: 13 GP, 11 starts 1 G- 0 A- 2 PTS

Clarlee Coughlin So., Goalkeeper 2015 Season: 1 GP, 0 starts 0 GA- 8 MP- 0 shutout


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2016 GLIAC TOURNAMENT Tuesday-Sunday | November 1-6 Campus Sites No. 1 Seed No. 8 Seed No. 4 Seed No. 5 Seed

Semifinals GLIAC  Championship

No. 2 Seed No. 7 Seed No. 3 Seed No. 6 Seed

Semifinals

The 2015 GLIAC Tournament will begin on Tuesday, Nov. 1 and conclude on Sunday, Nov. 6. The tournament field will be made up of the top eight teams from the final regular season stadings.

Quarterfinal matches will be hosted by seeds No. 1-4. The semifinal and championship matches will all be hosted by the highest remaining seed from the quarterfinals. Semifinal matches are scheduled for Friday, Nov.6, while the championship is set for Sunday, Nov. 8. Since the GLIAC Tournament’s inception in 2007, Grand Valley State boasts a nearly unblemished 18-0-1 record and has won all eight championships. Additionally, the Lakers have hosted the semifinal and championship matches for each of the eight GLIAC Tournaments. Last season, GVSU defeated Malone, Ohio Dominican and Ashland by a combined score of 14-0 to claim the 2015 GLIAC Tournament title. Date November 1 November 4 November 6

Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

Host Campus Sites Highest Remaining Seed Semifinal Site

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2016 NCAA TOURNAMENT November 13-December 3 Campus Sites | Kansas City, MO

The 2016 NCAA Tournament will begin on Friday, Nov. 11 and conclude with the national championship match on Saturday, Dec. 3 in Kansas City, Missouri. The tournament field will feature 48 teams separated into eight regions.

First round, regional semifinal, regional championship and national quarterfinal matches will all take place at campus sites across the country.

Grand Valley State has hosted first round and regional semifinal matches every year since 2006. The Lakers also hosted regional championship and national quarterfinal matches in 2006, 2010 and 2012 and 2014. In NCAA Tournament matches played at the GVSU Soccer Field, the Lakers are 16-2-2. The national semifinals – also referred to as the Final Four – will be held at Swope Park, the largest park in Kansas City. Semifinal matches will take place Thursday, Dec. 1 and the national champion will be crowned on Saturday, Dec. 3. GVSU knocked off Quincy, #14 Bellarmine, #8 Central Missouri, #2 Western Washington and #3 Columbus State en route to the program’s fifrth national title in the 2015 NCAA Tournament.

More information on the Lakers’ NCAA Tournament history can be found on pages 78-82.

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Date November 11 November 13 November 18 November 20 December 1 December 3

Round First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Championships Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

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Host Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Kansas City, MO Kansas City, MO


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LAKERS CAPTURE Fifth NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Jeff Hosler’s second season at GVSU claims second national title A BAKER’S DOZEN

None of GVSU’s first 13 opponents were able to score a single goal. The Lakers’ 13 consecutive shutouts equaled the secondlongest streak in Division II history.

DEFENDING ALLENDALE

The Lakers finished the season 14-0 at home on the season, adding to the program’s impressive 174-33-8 record at home.

BEATING THE BEST

In addition to the program’s fifth national championship, GVSU claimed its ninth consecutive GLIAC Tournament title.

BACK TO BACK TO BACK

With a 2-0 shutout of No. 3 Columbus State, the Lakers won their third consecutive NCAA Division II national championship, and fifth title in program history.

CONFERENCE JUGGERNAUTS 

With a 1-0 win against Walsh on Oct. 23rd, the Lakers completed a 12-0-0 undefeated season against GLIAC foes, the fifth such season in program history.

OURS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

GVSU defeated Malone (6-0),Ohio Dominican (3-0) and Ashland (5-0) to claim its ninth straight GLIAC Tournament title. The Lakers are 21-0-1 all-time in the league’s postseason event since its inception in 2007 and have won every single GLIAC Tournament title.

THE DECEMBER WOMEN

The Lakers have advanced to seven consecutive NCAA Semifinals, six of which have been played in the month of December. Their current run is tied for the longest streak in Division II history since the tournament expanded to more than 16 teams in 2001.

NO NO NO, NOT TODAY!

The Lakers posted17 SHUTOUTS, which led the GLIAC in that category, The Lakers defense allowed only 11 goals on the season.

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MARK US DOWN FOR 20

For the ninth season in a row, GVSU won at least 20 matches, which is the longest active streak in all of Division II. Saint Rose (2008-13) and Metro State (2002-06) are the only other programs since 1997 to post at least five consecutive 20-win campaigns.

A TRADITION OF VICTORY

Head coach Jeff Hosler continued his winning ways, upping his career record to 136-58-15, by leading the Lakers to a 231-1 record.

GVSU was impressive against ranked opponents, going 5-0-1 on the season against ranked schools. GVSU defeated four ranked opponents in the NCAA tournament.

SAVE US A SPOT

GVSU has earned 13 CONSECUTIVE NCAA TOURNAMENT BERTHS. It is tied for the second-longest active streak and equal to the third-longest run in Division II history.

LOVING LIFE ON THE ROAD

The Lakers were undefeated in their final ten road matches.

AN UNRELENTING ATTACK

GVSU spent much of last season on the attack, evidenced by its 663-169 advantage in shots attempted.

SPREADING IT AROUND

Four GV players scored double digits goals on the season, and eight players scored at least five goals.

OFFENSE LEADS THE WAY

GVSU led the nation in total goals (104), assists (90) and points (298). Of the team’s 23 victories, 12 were by five goals or more.

NO COMEBACK FOR YOU!

The Lakers did not allow an equalizing goal in any of their 23 victories.

RIGHTING THE BOAT

After suffering a 0-3 loss on the road at Quincy to begin the season, the Lakers went undefeated the rest of the way, including a 6-0 victory over Quincy in the NCAA Tournament.

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Marti Corby (13) and Gabriella Mencotti (20) celebrate one of the Laker’s six goals in a 60 victory over Findlay at home on Sept. 18th.


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2015 Awards & Honors

NSCAA All-America Team Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team

NSCAA All-Midwest Region Team Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Katy Woolley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Kendra Stauffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Emily Mares. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Third Team

D2CCA. All-Midwest Region Team Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Katy Woolley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Gabriella Mencotti . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Kendra Stauffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Emily Maresh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Kate Klunder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team All-GLIAC Team Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Gabriella Mencotti . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Kendra Stauffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Katie Klunder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Katy Woolley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Gabbie Guibord . . . . . . . . . . .Second Team Jayma Martin . . . . . . . . .Honorable Mention All-NCAA Tournament Team Katy Woolley, Marti Corby, Jayma Martin, Emily Maresh D2CCA Midwest Region POTY Marti Corby

GLIAC Awards Clare Carlson . . . . . .Def. Player of the Year Marti Corby . . . . . . . . Off. Player of the Year

Academic All-America Team Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Team Shannon Quinn . . . . . . . . . . . . .Third Team

A TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW

The departing senior class posted an 89-5-7 record. The group won three national titles, lost just one match at GVSU Soccer Field, advanced to four NCAA Semifinals and finished with the second-most wins of any GVSU class.

SHARING IS CARING

Forward MARTI CORBY notched 17 assists in 2015, the top mark in the nation among Division II athletes.

EN FUEGO!

Forward JAYMA MARTIN tallied eight points on four goals (two GW goals) in GVSU’s run through the NCAA Tournament.

THE CLUTCH GENE

Forward MARTI CORBY scored nine game-winning goals, including one during the National Championship game, in 2015.

THE GLIAC’S BEST

Seven Lakers were named to AllGLIAC teams for the second straight season, and the Lakers swept GLIAC Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year honors as well.

THE GATEKEEPER

Goalkeeper EMILY MARESH was a stalwart in the net for the Lakers, allowing just 10 goals on the season, and posting an 87% save percentage. She logged 1,891 minutes in goal and did not concede a goal in 13 of the 21 starts she made.

NSCAA Scholar All-America Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

GLIAC Offensive Athlete of the Week Marti Corby . . . . . . . . . . .Sep. 22 & Oct. 12 Jayma Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sep. 29 Kendra Stauffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct. 20

GLIAC Defensive Athlete of the Week Clare Carlson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sep. 29 Shannon Quinn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nov. 3 Katy Woolley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oct. 12 NSCAA - National Soccer Coaches Association of America; MOP - Most Outstanding Player; POTY - Player of the Year

Emily Maresh makes a save in a 6-0 victory over Findlay at home on Sept. 18th. Maresh finished the season with a 19-1-1 record and posted 13 shutouts.

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Date

Sep. 4 Sep. 6 Sep. 11 Sep. 13 Sep. 18 Sep. 20 Sep. 22 Sep. 25 Sep. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 30

Record: 23-1-1, 12-0-0 GLIAC Home: 14-0-0, Away: 6-1-1, Neutral: 3-0-0 GLIAC Regular Season, GLIAC Tournament & NCAA Division II National Champions

GVSU NR Opp NR ---4 -------21 ------

vs. Quincy vs.Truman State vs. Cal State San B’dino vs. Minnesota State vs Findlay * vs Lake Erie* vs SVSU * vs. Tiffin * vs. Malone * at SVSU at Northwood * at Ashland * at Ohio Dominican * vs. Michigan Tech * vs. Northern Michigan * at Walsh vs Ferris State

0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 8-1-0 9-1-0 10-1-0 11-1-0 12-1-0 13-1-0 14-1-0 15-1-0 16-1-0

L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

0-3 4-0 5-1 2-1 6-0 7-0 6-1 4-0 10-0 2-0 5-1 5-0 3-0 7-0 7-0 1-0 2-0

1 1 1

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vs. Malone + vs Ohio Dominican + vs Ashland +

16-1-0 17-1-0 18-1-0

W W W

6-0 3-0 5-0

NCAA Tournament Nov. 15 Nov. 20 Nov. 22 Dec. 3 Dec. 5

1 1 1 1 1

-14 8 2 3

vs. Quincy # at Bellarmine @ at Central Missouri ^ at Western Washington & at Columbus State %

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Record Result Score

1 1 12 12 10 10 10 8 8 7 7 4 4 4 4 3 2

GLIAC Tournament Nov. 3 Nov. 6 Nov. 8

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W W T W W

6-0 2-1 1-1 (SO) 3-2 2-0


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2015 Grand Valley State Women’s Soccer Final Statistics

2015 GRAND VALLEY STATE SOCCER TEAM STATISTICS

Goals GVSU Opponents Saves GVSU Opponents

1st 51 6

1st 32 111

2nd 53 5

2nd 41 114

OT 0 0

OT 1 1

OT2 0 0

OT2 0 2

Total 104 11

Total 74 169

Shots GVSU Opponents

Corners GVSU Opponents

1st 301 77

1st 100 25

2nd 353 91

2nd 104 22

OT OT2 6 3 1 0

OT OT2 0 0 0 0

Total 663 169

Total 204 48

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2015 GLIAC Standings

Team GLIAC Pct. Grand Valley State*$# 12-0-0 1.000 Ferris State* 9-2-1 .792 Ashland* 9-3-0 .750 Ohio Dominican* 8-4-0 .667 Northern Michigan* 7-5-0 .583 Michigan Tech* 6-5-1 .542 Northwood* 6-6-0 .500 Malone* 5-7-0 .417 Walsh 4-7-1 .375 Saginaw Valley 4-8-0 .333 Lake Erie 2-8-2 .250 Findlay 1-9-2 .167 Tiffin 1-10-1 .125

Overall 23-1-1 14-5-1 14-4-1 10-9 7-10 9-6-2 6-9-1 7-12 6-8-3 6-10 4-12-2 2-12-3 3-11-2

Pct. .940 .725 .763 .526 .412 .588 .406 .368 .441 .375 .278 .206 .250

* - GLIAC Tournament Qualifier; $ - GLIAC Tournament Champion; # - NCAA Tournament Qualifier

2015 GLIAC Tournament Results Quarterfinals

No. 1 GVSU

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No. 8 Malone

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No. 4 Ohio Dominican

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No. 5 Northern Mich.

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No. 3 Michigan Tech

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No. 6 Ashland

No. 7 Northwood No. 2 Ferris State

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GVSU

Championship

3 GVSU

ODU

0 GVSU

Ashland

4 Ashland

1

4

5

Ferris St.

0

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Grand Valley State competes in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) and NCAA Division II. The GLIAC consists of sixteen colleges and universities located in Michigan and Ohio. The GLIAC was founded in 1972. During the two years prior to the GLIAC’s founding, several attempts were made to create a new NCAA College Division conference. In 1971, the Great Lakes Athletic Conference was formed, but plans for the new conference were put on hold and several of the participating schools subsequently withdrew their support. The idea for a new conference did not die, however, and since 1972-73 the GLIAC has been a leader in the advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for men and women. Grand Valley was a charter member of the GLIAC, joining Lake Superior State, Northwood and Saginaw Valley State to form the conference in 1972. Since then, the GLIAC has expanded throughout the Great Lakes Region adding Walsh and Malone in 2012. The GLIAC crowns champions in a total of 25 sports. In addition to women’s soccer, the GLIAC decides titles in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track, wrestling and volleyball. The GLIAC awards the President’s Cup every year for excellence in all GLIAC sponsored sports. The Lakers have won this cup for 17 consecutive years: 19981999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16.


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2015 GLIAC Statistics Leaders

Points No. Player 1 Marti Corby, GVSU 2 Kendra Stauffer, GVSU 3 Lexi Herrewig, MTU 4 Gabriella Mencotti, GVSU 5 Christina Najjar, Malone Goals No. Player 1 Marti Corby, GVSU 2 Kendra Stauffer, GVSU 3 Lexi Herrewig, MTU 4 Christina Najjar, Malone 5 Jessie Gearhart, Walsh

Assists No. Player 1 Marti Corby, GVSU 2 Kendra Stauffer, GVSU 3 Jayma Martin, GVSU Katie Klunder, GVSU Gabriella Mencotti, GVSU

P 67 40 31 29 28 G 25 15 13 12 11 A 17 10 9 9 9

Shots on Goal SOG No. Player 1 Marti Corby, GVSU 87 3 Lexi Herrewig, MTU 56 3 Gabriella Mencotti, GVSU 45 4 Morgan Bittengle, Ashland 43 5 Kendra Stauffer, GVSU 41 Saves SV No. Player 1 Maddie Haustein, FSU 159 2 Leah Rauscher, Malone 133 3 Marissa Brannon, LEC 120 4 Courtney Barker, Ashland 105 5 Michaella Stucky, Walsh 104 Save Percentage No. Player 1 Maddie Haustein, FSU 2 Emily Maresh, GVSU 3 Michaella Stucky, Walsh 4 Kirsten Hudak, MTU 5 Courtney Barker, AU

SV% .888 .857 .825 .822 .820

Goals-Against Average No. Player GAA 1 Emily Maresh, GVSU 0.52 2 Maddie Haustein, FSU 0.98 Kirsten Hudak, MTU 1.23 3 4 Michaella Stucky, Walsh 1.23 Kelsey Harris, ODU 1.33 5

Goals No. Team 1 Grand Valley State 2 Ferris State 3 Ashland 4 Ohio Dominican 5 Michigan Tech Assists No. Team 1 Grand Valley State 2 Ferris State 3 Ohio Dominican 4 Ashland 5 Michigan Tech Shots No. Team 1 Grand Valley State 2 Ohio Dominican 3 Michigan Tech 4 Ferris State 5 Ashland

G 104 36 35 31 29 A 90 31 27 22 21 SH 659 306 303 296 260

Goals Against No. Team 1 Grand Valley State 2 Ferris State 3 Walsh 4 Michigan Tech 5 SVSU

GA 12 20 22 23 26

Saves No. Team 1 Ferris State 2 Malone 3 Lake Erie 4 Ashland 5 Walsh

SV 159 136 133 110 104

Goals-Against Average No. Team GAA 1 Grand Valley State 0.48 2 Ferris State 0.98 1.23 3 Walsh 4 Michigan Tech 1.32 5 Ohio Dominican 1.49

Shutouts No. Team SHO 1 Grand Valley State 17 2 Ferris State 7 6 3 Ohio Dominican 4 Michigan Tech 5 5 Four tied at 4

GLIAC Postseason Awards Offensive Player of the Year Marti Corby, Grand Valley State

Defensive Player of the Year Clare Carlson, Grand Valley State Goalkeeper of the Year Maddie Haustein, Ferris State

Freshman of the Year Deijah Swihart, Ashland University Coach of the Year Andy McCaslin, Ferris State

All-GLIAC First Team Position Player, School Maddie Haustein, Ferris State GK Presley Tibbits, SVSU D Clare Carlson, Grand Valley State D Katy Woolley, Grand Valley State D Katie Klunder, Grand Valley State MF Marti Corby, Grand Valley State MF Lauren Pratt, Ohio Dominican MF Morgan Bittengle, Ashland F Lexi Herrewig, Michigan Tech F Gabriella Mencotti, Grand Valley State F Kendra Stauffer, Grand Valley State F

All-GLIAC Second Team Position Player, School Courtney Barker, Ashland GK Ashley Bradstreet, Ferris State D Jessica Gross, Ohio Dominican D Jessica Brown, Ashland D Erica Bartlett, Ferris State D Jessie Gearhart, Walsh MF Gabbie Guibord, Grand Valley State MF Brittany Ehlert, Ashland MF Ashley Henderson, Saginaw Valley F Svetlana Gudenkova, Tiffin F Christine Najjar, Malone F All-GLIAC Honorable Mentions Player, School Kelsey McKernan, Ashland Casey Shauman, Ferris State Kendall Kwiatowski, Findlay Brianna Smith Jayma Martin, Grand Valley State Marlena Lesniowski, Lake Erie Kat Farkas, Michigan Tech Allyssa Milam, NMU Julie Shielders, Northwood Summer Bourcier, Ohio Dominican Samantha Dunn, Saginaw Valley Adrianna Currie, Tiffin Kristen Conti, Walsh

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All in a day’s work

On the field, holding midfielder Gabbie Guibord is expected to lead by example, displaying good communication and a willingness to battle for each possession as though it were her last. By Kevin Meyer

On paper, Gabbie Guibord is a prime recruit in former GVSU women’s soccer coach Dave DiIanni’s program. The gritty midfielder from Northville, Michigan came to Grand Valley State with a strong soccer pedigree, and lives in the middle ground between finesse and physicality, a mix that has formed the backbone of her soccer career. Now entering her third season under the offense heavy philosophy of coach Jeff Hosler, Guibord no longer seems the perfect fit for the Laker program, at least not on paper The truth of the matter, known by Hosler and his team, is that Guibord’s hard-nosed play style is the fulcrum on which GVSU’s success tilts, and her role has never been more necessary than it is right now.

To become the player she is today, a player Hosler praises as ‘one of the most underrated players in the country’, Guibord had to possess both a strong mental approach to the game as well as finding the right balance of physical play that is allowed within the game. That combination of mental and physical toughness has been present with her throughout her soccer career. “My coaches have always described me as a warrior”, says Guibord. “My youth coach used to say ‘there’s artists, and there’s warriors. People that play around with the ball and paint pretty pictures, and those who get stuck into tackles, and are willing to play and battle for the team’. I’ve always had the warrior mentality, there’s just something about tackling and battling somebody for the ball that I like.” Playing the holding midfielder in high level soccer could easily be considered a less than glorious position. A great center midfielder is sometimes hard to spot unless one knows what to look for, due to the lack of opportunities to record stats from that position on the field. Guibord’s modest tally of two goals and three assists last season is more of an endorsement of her own flexibility on the attack than a promise that the holding midfielder position automatically grants statistical opportunities.

“Gabbie is a tough, gritty, highly skilled player”, said Hosler. “She has great touch on the ball, brings others into her game with her passing ability. Additionally, she’s dominant in the air, and a player that does so many things for us that don’t necessarily show up on the stat sheet, but one of the most valuable players in our program.”

Landing a player with all of the qualities Hosler credits Guibord with is a rare occurrence. Her flexibility as a player would allow the Lakers to slot her in at multiple positions on the field without a problem, but her game is best suited for the defensive midfielder position.

“To have the depth that she has as a player is pretty rare, normally you end up trading one of those attributes for another”, said Hosler. “A kid might be tough and a gritty player, but cant make the passing plays that Gabbie can. I think she’s one of the most underrated players in the country because of her ability to play the game with those attributes. We’re at our best with her at the holding midfielder position.”

Having played most of her career without being the focus, Guibord has long since gotten used to flying under the radar compared to her teammates. While deserving of more praise, Guibord takes the compliments from her coach in stride and defaults back to playing for the respect of her teammates, who are a second family to her.

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“I’ve never been one to get a lot of recognition, I’m not used to getting a lot of praise”, says Guibord. “I’ve always played on talented teams and have usually not received that sort of praise. It does motivate me to play better, play with more of an attitude, but at the same time you can’t let outside awards and praise dictate who you are as a player. At the end of the day, as long as my teammates respect me and can look up to me, that’s enough for me.”

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Guibord’s team has an absolute trust in her, as she willingly suits up in a position mostly devoid of praise and recognition, and seeks out the physical contact others may avoid. More than serving as a bruiser, however, Guibord recognizes communication as the most important quality she brings to the team. As the first line of defense, Guibord has the ability to collect an errant pass and immediately re-direct it forward for a counterattack, and communication with her forward players is just as much a part of that action as the pass that carries it out.

“Communication is always an asset and it’s essential on the soccer field”, says Guibord. “If you have poor communication, you can misplay a ball, turn it over and that’s a big mistake. For us to be playing our best, there should be constant communication, it should never be quiet on the field, and the coaches are always reminding us of that. As a senior as well, being a leader with communication on the team is huge.”

With no immediate plans to play organized soccer after college, Guibord is especially cognizant of what is at stake in this, her final season. She has sweat, bled and cried throughout her Laker career, and her approach has paid dividends with a national title in each of her previous three seasons. This season, Guibord and her fellow seniors have the opportunity to bring home a sixth national title, which would be the most of any Division II women’s soccer program, and in doing so they would become just the second class to win a national title in four straight years (Franklin Pierce class of 94’-97’).

WARRIOR ON THE FIELD Guibord’s physical play helps

“To win one championship was a childhood dream, the idea that I could possibly win four national championships is crazy, it’s mind blowing”, said Guibord. “I would never have expected it, but with the amount of work we put in here it’s definitely possible. We always have to stay focused, and we cannot afford to be complacent with where we’re at.”

the Lakers win 50/50 balls and play at their best. Guibord’s approach to helping her team this season is embracing her role and encouraging her teammates to stay confident in their skills all season.

“As a senior, your biggest role is to be a leader, whether that’s on or off the field. I think all five of us seniors possess tremendous qualities, and the experience we have is huge. One area where I think I’ll bring to the table as a leader is positivity, and being able to help the girls throughout the season with their confidence.”

Some of the lessons Guibord has had to learn along the way may not end up being pertinent to the current freshmen. After all, no two student athletes have the same experience in their careers. For Guibord, her breaking point came after the coach who recruited her, Dave DiIanni, departed before her sophomore season, leaving Guibord and others at an impasse.

“When you’re recruited for any sport in college, the relationship with the coaching staff is huge”, Guibord said. “When Dave left for Iowa, I got really upset about it, I didn’t come into sophomore year with an open mind. That’s where I learned that everything is in the mindset. If you come in with a negative mindset, you’re going to get negative things out of it, you’re not going to get what you want and you won’t enjoy the game. As soon as I started to open my mind to the remainder of my college career, I realized what was worth it, I stopped having a pity party for myself, and I worked through my issues and turn my game around.”

Turning her game around has worked out well for Guibord. After buying in to the philosophies of Hosler and his staff, Guibord posted her best season in 2015, starting all 25 games for the Lakers, and garnering All-GLIAC Second Team honors as a result. After securing her starting spot to start the 2016 season, Guibord is poised to have another strong year for the Lakers, who will benefit greatly from her presence on the field at all times. Her path to where she’s at now has not been as smooth as she might have liked, but Guibord has carved out a niche for herself, and in doing so has earned the respect of her teammates and coaches. If her past is any indicator of her future, 2016 GVSU Soccer Media Guide Guibord’s impact on this program could be capped off with making history, and marking her spot in the NCAA record books.

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#1 Grand Valley State Quincy

September 4, 2015 Legends Stadium Quincy, Ill. Attendance: 378 2 0 1

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Scoring: Quincy- Ashley Burton 5:13 Quincy Abby Pulliam 44:24 Quincy Maxine Peat 62:47 Goalkeeping: Q: Megan Swanson - 90:00 - 0 ga - 13 svs - T; GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 3 ga - 1 sv - L Grand Valley State Quincy

Shots 25 7

Shots on Goal 13 4

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Truman State

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#1 Grand Valley State Truman State

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Corner Kicks 4 1

Offsides 2 0

2 1 0

F 4 0

September 6, 2015 Bulldog Soccer Park Kirksville, Mo. Attendance: 140 ---

Scoring: GV: Madison Reynolvs 9’ ; GV: Corby 30’ ; Bounds 36:41’; Klunder 55:31 Goalkeeping: TS:Katie Mattingly- 45:00-3 ga - 2 svs- L Nicole Sparks - 45:00 - 1 ga - 2 svs -; GV: Emily Maresh -

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Shots 14 6

Shots on Goal 8 1

California State San B’Dino

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No. 12 Grand Valley State

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California State San B’Dino #12 Grand Valley State

1 0 2

Corner Kicks 2 0

Offsides 0 1

2 1 3

F 1 5

September 11, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 447 ---

Scoring: CSB: Denae Verdine- 72:34 :GV: Tara Lierman 36:48; GV: Marti Corby 40:45 GV:Sara Stevens 58:43

GV:Gabriella Mencotti- 74:32 GV: Tara Lierman- 80:35 Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 1 ga - 7 svs - W; CSB Emily Whyte - 90:00 - 5 ga - 10 svs - L

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No. 4 Minnesota State

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No. 12 Grand Valley State

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#4 Minnesoa State #12 Grand Valley State

September 13, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mi. Attendance: 537 2 1 0

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F 1 2

Scoring: MSU: Dana Savino 71:33 GV: Clare Carlson 4:47 GV: Marti Corby 38:58 Goalkeeping: MSU: Lauren Hoeppner - 90:00 - 2 ga - 8 svs - L; GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 1 ga - 6 svs - W Minnesota State Grand Valley State

Shots 13 16

Shots on Goal 7 10

Findlay

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No. 10 Grand Valley State

6 1 0 2

Findlay #10 Grand Valley State

Corner Kicks 2 2

Offsides 1 2

2 0 4

F 0 6

September 18, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Michigan Attendance: 368 ---

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 19:50 GV: Kendra Stauffer 29:28 GV:Marti Corby 57:49 GV:Gabriella Mencotti 58:24 GV:Kendra Stauffer 60:39 GV:Marti Corby 64:04

Goalkeeping: UF: Bre Parrish - 90:00 - 6 ga - 7 svs - L; GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 1 svs - W Findlay Grand Valley State

Lake Erie

Shots 3 28

Shots on Goal 1 13 0

No. 10 Grand Valley State Lake Erie #10 Grand Valley State

7 1 0 3

Corner Kicks 1 7

Offsides 0 6

2 0 4

F 0 7

September 20, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Michigan Attendance: 279 ---

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 26:07 GV: Jayma Martin 27:53 GV:Sara Stevens 39:22 GV: Clare Carlson 59:26

GV:Tara Lierman 63:59 GV: Marti Corby 65:55 GV: Jayma Martin 88:43 Goalkeeping: LE: Marissa Brannon - 90:00 - 7 ga - 16 svs - L; GV: Emily Maresh - 71:34 - 0 ga - 1 svs - W Paige Pryson 18:26

Lake Erie College Grand Valley State

Shots 3 40

Shots on Goal 1 23

Corner Kicks 0 13

Offsides 0 0

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Saginaw Valley State

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No. 10 Grand Valley State

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Saginaw Valley State #10 Grand Valley State

September 22, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Michigan Attendance: 276 2 0 2

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Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 2:50; GV: Marti Corby 8:05; GV: Kendra Stauffer 10:10; SVSU: Shelby Watts 22:01; GV: Marti Corby 36:19 GV: Katie Klunder 46:29 GV: Gabbie Guibord 87:26 Goalkeeping: SVSU: Claire Spieth- 90:00 - 6 ga - 6 svs; L GV: Emily Maresh- 90:00 - 1 ga - 2 svs - W

Saginaw Valley State Grand Valley State

Shots 6 25

Shots on Goal 3 12

Tiffin

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No. 8 Grand Valley State

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Tiffin #8 Grand Valley State

1 0 1

Corner Kicks 2 9

September 25, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 253 2 0 3

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Offsides 0 0

F 0 4

Scoring: GV: Clare Carlson 18:42; GV: Kendra Stauffer 49:37; GV: Clare Carlson 63:22; GV: Samantha Riga 66:38 Goalkeeping: GV: Paige Pryson- 68:52 - 0 ga - 1 svs - W GV: Sofia Sweier- 21:08 - 0 ga - 0 svs - TU: Samantha

Ortenzi - 90:00 - 4 ga - 15 svs - L

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#8 Grand Valley State Malone

September 27, 2015 Pioneer Field Canton, Ohio. Attendance: 125 2 6 0

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F 10 0

Scoring: GV: Jayma Martin 11:12; GV: Marti Corby 18:11; GV: Clare Carlson 21:20; GV: Tara Lierman 38:41; GV:

Jayma Martin 55:35 GV: Katie Klunder 63:42 GV: Gabriella Mencotti 71:58 GV: Lindsay Ebeling 78:13 GV: Samantha Riga 86:31 GV: Samantha Riga 87:50 Goalkeeping: GV: Paige Pryson - 60:28 - 0 ga - 0 svs - W; GV: Sofia Sweier 29:32 0 ga- 0 svs MU: Shannon Grimes - 23:48 - 4 ga - 1 svs - L; Leah Rauscher 66:12 - 6 ga - 9 svs

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Shots 39 0

Shots on Goal 20 0

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Saginaw Valley State

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#8 Grand Valley State Saginaw Valley State

1 1 0

Corner Kicks 7 0

Offsides 9 0

2 1 0

F 2 0

October 2, 2015 Braddock Fields University Center, Mi. Attendance: 50 ---

Scoring: GV: Kendra Stauffer 26:11 GV: Samantha Riga 63:26 Goalkeeping: SVSU: Claire Spieth - 68:13 - 2 ga - 6 svs - L; Kailey Naumcheff 21:47 0 ga- 1 svs GV: Paige Pryson

- 90:00 - 0 ga - 4 svs - W

Grand Valley State Saginaw Valley State

Shots 19 8

Shots on Goal 9 4

Corner Kicks 9 1

Offsides 1 0

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Northwood

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No. 7 Grand Valley State

5 1 1 2

Northwood #7 Grand Valley State

October 4, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 383 2 0 3

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F 1 5

Scoring: NW: Savannah King 40:52 GV: Katie Klunder 7:58; GV: Katie Bounds 24:15; GV:Marti Corby 61:23 GV:

Marti Corby 69:43 GV: Gabriella Mencotti Goalkeeping: GV: Paige Pryson - 66:57 - 1 ga - 0 svs - W; Sofia Sweier 23:03 0 ga- 0 svs NW: Julie Shieldsi 65:09 - 3 ga - 5 svs -; Samantha Cook 24:51 - 2 ga - 4 svs

Northwood Grand Valley State

Shots 2 25

Shots on Goal 1 14

No. 4 Grand Valley State

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Ashland

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#4 Grand Valley State Ashland

1 5 0

Corner Kicks 3 11

October 9, 2015 Ferguson Field Ashland, Ohio Attendance: 130 2 0 0

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Offsides 0 2

F 5 0

Scoring: GV:Gabbie Guibord 2:52; Kendra Stauffer 12:39; Shannon Quinn 15:41; Marti Corby 27:21; Katie Bounds 40:55

Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00- 0 ga - 3 svs - W; AU:Courtney Barker - 90:00 - 5 ga - 9 svs - L; Shots Shots on Goal Corner Kicks Offsides 29 17 8 0 Grand Valley State Ashland 6 3 1 0

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Ohio Dominican

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No. 4 Grand Valley State

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#4 Grand Valley State Ohio Dominican

October 11, 2015 Panther Stadium Columbus, Ohio Attendance: 317 2 3 0

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F 3 0

Scoring: GV: Katie Klunder 47:21 Mackenzie Fox 53:34 Marti Corby 54:23 Goalkeeping: ODU: Marissa Wierzbecki - 90:00 - 3 ga - 9 svs - L; GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 3 svs - W Grand Valley State Ohio Dominican

Shots 25 7

Shots on Goal 12 3

Michigan Tech

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No. 4 Grand Valley State

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Michigan Tech #4 Grand Valley State

1 0 4

Corner Kicks 6 3

October 16, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 273 2 0 3

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Offsides 2 0

F 0 7

Scoring: GV: Katie Klunder 5:26; GV: Gabriella Mencotti 10:22; GV: Marti Corby 12:22; GV: Jayma Martin 30:37; GV: Gabriella Mencotti 51:15; GV: Kendra Stauffer 55:48; GV: Tracey McCoy 75:51

Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 7 svs - W; MTU: Kirsen Hudak- 45:00 - 4 ga - 3 svs - L; Jenna

Phelps - 45:00 - 3 ga - 2 svs

Michigan Tech Grand Valley State

Shots 8 19

Shots on Goal 7 12

Corner Kicks 4 12

Offsides 0 1

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Northern Michigan

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No. 4 Grand Valley State

7 1 0 2

Northern Michigan #4 Grand Valley State

October 18, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 255 2 0 5

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F 0 7

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 4:39; GV: Katie Klunder 6:57; GV:Kendra Stauffer 46:35; GV:Kendra Stauffer 49:26; GV:Kendra Stauffer 57:12; GV:Kendra Stauffer 63:46

Goalkeeping: NM: Alexandra Simmons - 45:00 - 2 ga - 4 svs - L; Caroline Glantz - 45:00 - 5 ga - 5 svs GV: Emily

Maresh - 45:00 - 0 ga - 2 svs - W

Northern Michigan Grand Valley State

Shots 4 30

Shots on Goal 2 16

No. 3 Grand Valley State

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0 1 0 0

#3 Grand Valley State Walsh

Corner Kicks 0 2

Offsides 0 3

2 1 0

F 1 0

October 23, 2015 Milazzo Field North Canton, Ohio Attendance:110 ---

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 56:32 Goalkeeping: WU: Michaella Stucky - 90:00 - 1 ga - 11 svs - L; GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 1 sv - W Grand Valley State Walsh

Shots 23 5

Shots on Goal 12 1

Ferris State

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No. 2 Grand Valley State

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Ferris State #2 Grand Valley State

1 0 2

Corner Kicks 4 0

October 30, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 184 2 0 0

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Offsides 1 0

F 0 2

Scoring: GV: Gabriella Mencotti 35:04; Maddison Reynolds 42:17 Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 1 sv - W; FU: Maddie Haustein - 90:00 - 2 ga - 11 svs - L

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No. 1 Grand Valley State

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Malone #1 Grand Valley State

1 0 4

November 3, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Michigan Attendance: 208 2 0 2

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F 0 6

Scoring: GV: Katie Klunder 5:33; GV: Jayma Martin 7:31; GV: Marti Corby 34:03; GV: Gabriella Mencotti 35:16 GV:

Kendra Stauffer 59:09 GV: Samantha Riga 69:53 Goalkeeping: GV: Andrea Strauss - 90:00 - 0 ga - 3 svs - W; WU: Dani Shambaugh- 45:00 - 2 ga - 3 svs - L; Michaella Stucky - 45:00 -1 ga - 7 svs

Malone Grand Valley State

Shots 1 40

Ohio Dominican

Shots on Goal 0 21

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No. 1 Grand Valley State Ohio Dominican #1 Grand Valley State

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1 0 1

Corner Kicks 0 15

Offsides 0 3

2 0 2

F 0 3

November 6, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 343 ---

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 26:09; GV: Kendra Stauffer 47:22; GV: Samantha Riga 87:32; Goalkeeping: GV: Andrea Strauss - 90:00 - 0 ga - 3 sv - W; ; ODU: Kelsey Harris - 90:00 - 3 ga - 13 svs - L; Ohio Dominican Grand Valley State

Shots 6 37

Shots on Goal 3 16

Ashland

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No. 1 Grand Valley State

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Ashland #1 Grand Valley State

1 0 1

Corner Kicks 1 15

November 8, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 410 2 0 4

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Offsides 0 2

F 0 5

Scoring: GV: Gabriella Mencotti 38:55; GV: Samantha Riga 49:12; GV: Marti Corby 57:31; GV: Hannah Phom-

mavongsa 78:16; GV: Marti Corby 79:37 Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 2 sv - W; AU Courtney Barker - 90:00 - 5 ga - 13 svs

Shots Shots on Goal Ashland Grand Valley State

Corner Kicks 9 2 35 18

Offsides

0 7

0 2

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Quincy

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No. 1 Grand Valley State

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Quincy #1 Grand Valley State

1 0 3

November 15, 2015 GVSU Soccer Field Allendale, Mich. Attendance: 325 2 0 3

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F 0 6

Scoring: GV: Samantha Riga 21:26; GV: Samantha Riga 23:20 GV: Gabriella Mencotti - 39:33; GV: Kendra Stauffer 74:07; GV: Katie Bounds 83:14; GV: Maddison Reynolds 84:46

Goalkeeping: GV: Andrea Strauss - 90:00 - 1 ga - 2 svs - W; ODU: Laura Clarkr - 90:00 - 2 ga - 2 svs - L Quincy Grand Valley State

Shots 9 35

No. 14 Bellarmine

Shots on Goal 7 13 1

No. 1 Grand Valley State Bellarmine #1 Grand Valley State

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1 0 1

Corner Kicks 3 8

Offsides 0 0

2 1 1

F 1 2

November 20, 2015 Jennies Field Warrensburg, Mo. Attendance: 70 ---

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 26:28; GV: Jayma Martin 75:38 BU: Mary Beth Gorham 80:43 Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 1 ga - 6 svs - W; BU: Hanna Poteet- 90:00 - 2 ga - 3 sv - L Bellarmine Grand Valley State

Shots 12 16

Shots on Goal 7 5

No. 1 Grand Valley State

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No. 10 Central Missouri

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#1 Grand Valley State #8 Central Missouri

1 1 1

Corner Kicks 3 8

November 22, 2015 Jennies Field Warrenseburg, Mo. Attendance: 290 2 0 0

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F 1 (GV 3-2 PK) 1

Scoring: UCM: Jada Scott- 18:37; GV: Jayma Martin 45:49 Goalkeeping: GV: Andrea Strauss - 96:03 - 0 ga - 1 svs - W; WPU: Mallory, Geurts- 96:03 - 1 ga - 4 sv - L Central-Missouri Grand Valley State 75

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No. 2 Western Washington

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No. 1 Grand Valley State

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#2 Western Washington #1 Grand Valley State

1 1 2

December 3, 2013 Brosnaham Complex Pensacola, Fl. Attendance: NR 2 1 1

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F 2 3

Scoring: GV: Jayma Martin 6:12; GV: Kendra Stauffer 8:02; WW: Delanee Niles 41:06; GV: Jayma Martin 45:33;

WW: Gabriela Pelogi 74:40 Goalkeeping: GV: Andrea Strauss - 110:00 - 1 ga - 6 svs - W; SR: Ashley Homer - 110:00 - 1 ga - 7 svs - L

Western Washington Grand Valley State

Shots 10 10

Shots on Goal 6 7

No. 3 Columbus State

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No. 1 Grand Valley State

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#2 Columbus State #1 Grand Valley State

1 0 2

Corner Kicks 6 2

December 5, 2015 Brosnaham Complex Pensacola, Fl. Attendance: 443 2 0 0

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Offsides 0 2

F 0 2

Scoring: GV: Marti Corby 13:08; GV: Katie Bounds 43:49; Goalkeeping: GV: Emily Maresh - 90:00 - 0 ga - 4 svs - W; CSU: Maylyn Parsons - 90:00 - 2 ga - 2 svs- L Columbus State Grand Valley State

Shots 12 10

Shots on Goal 4 4

Corner Kicks 4 8

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GVSU Soccer Milestones

September 2, 1996 GVSU beats Hope 3-2 in the program’s first soccer match.

August 28, 1999 GVSU sets a new school record for goals in a 15-0 victory at IPFW.

October 20, 1999 Lakers top Northwood 1-0 to complete the program’s first winning season. January 27, 2003 Dave DiIanni named the second head coach in GVSU women’s soccer history.

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November 14, 2003 Lakers rout Wisconsin-Parkside 4-0 in its first-ever NCAA Tournament match.

January 9, 2004 Mirela Tutundzic becomes the program’s first NSCAA AllAmerican. She earned a second team plaudit.

November 5, 2005 GVSU clinches its first GLIAC regular season title with a 51 win over arch-rival Ferris State.

November 11 & 13, 2005 Lakers top SIU-Edwardsville 1-0 and Northern Kentucky 2-0 to claim their first Great Lakes Regional title.

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November 18, 2006 GVSU falls Metro State 1-0 in overtime in its first NCAA Division II Championship match. September 28, 2007 Ashley Elsass nets three goals in 1:09, breaking the NCAA Division II  record for the fastest three goals by the same player. November 4, 2007 Lakers roll Mercyhurst 4-0 to win the inaugural GLIAC Tournament.

November 18, 2007 GVSU tops Nebraska-Omaha 1-0 to earn its second straight Final Four berth.

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Sports & Pop Culture April 6, 1996 San Jose Clash defeat D.C. United 1-0 in the first-ever Major League Soccer (MLS) match.

September 29, 1996 Nintendo 64 is released in the United States. September 26, 1997 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone is released in the United Kingdom.

March 23, 1998 Titanic wins 11 Oscars, including one for Best Picture, at the 70th Academy Awards. September 4, 1998 Google is founded.

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September 30, 1998 Britney Spears’ hit single “...Baby One More Time” debuts. July 10, 1999 United States defeats China in penalty kicks to win the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

March 4, 2000 Playstation 2 is released. It goes on to become the highest-selling gaming console of all time. May 13, 2000 Millennium Force roller coaster opens at Cedar Point.

May 31, 2000 Survivor debuts on CBS.

April 8, 2001 Tiger Woods becomes the first golfer in history to simultaneously hold all four major championships.

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September 25, 2001 Michael Jordan comes out of retirement to join the Washington Wizards. He retired for good on April 16, 2003. May 30, 2003 Finding Nemo debuts.

June 26, 2003 LeBron James is drafted No. 1 overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers. October 27, 2004 Boston Red Sox win their first World Series title since 1918.

December 1, 2004 Tom Brokaw retires as NBC Nightly News anchor.


December 9, 2008 Katy Tafler earns her third NSCAA All-America honor in as many years.

December 5, 2009 Lakers defeat Cal State Dominguez Hills 1-0 in Tampa, Fla. to win the program’s first NCAA  Division II national title.

January 4, 2010 Irie Dennis becomes the first Laker to be named NSCAA  Player of the Year. December 4, 2010 GVSU dominates UC San Diego 4-0 to set an NCAA  Tournament record for goals scored (17) and repeat as NCAA Division II national champions.

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January 3, 2011 Jenna Wenglinski gives GVSU its second consecutive NSCAA Player of the Year. December 1, 2011 GVSU plays in its third straight NCAA Division II Championship match, but falls 2-1 to Saint Rose.

September 12, 2012 With a 1-0 win over Ferris State, Chelsea Parise notches her 47th shutout to become Division II’s alltime leader in career shutouts. November 18, 2012 Lakers best Minneosta State in penalty kicks to make fourth straight Final Four appearance.

October 25, 2013 GVSU tops Michigan Tech 2-1 and becomes the first program in GLIAC history to win nine consecutive regular season titles.

December 7, 2013 GVSU posts its 21st shutout of the season, matching the Division II record set by the 2010 squad, with a 2-0 win over West Florida to secure the program’s third national title. May 17, 2014 Dave DiIanni leaves GVSU for to take over as head coach at the University of Iowa. June 27, 2014 Jeff Hosler becomes the third head coach in the program’s 18year history.

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March 26, 2006 Eleventh-seeded George Mason upsets Connecticut to advance to the NCAA Final Four. July 15, 2006 Twitter is launched.

January 1, 2007 Mid-major heartthrob Boise State stuns Oklahoma 43-42 in the Fiesta Bowl.

July 21, 2007 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh and final novel in the series, is released. February 3, 2008 David Tyree’s catch helps the New York Giants derail the New England Patriots’ bid for perfection in Super Bowl XLII.

August 17, 2008 Michael Phelps wins his eighth gold medal at the Beijing Summer Olympics to break Mark Spitz’s record for the most gold medals in a single Olympiad. November 4, 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to be elected President of the United States.

February 22, 2009 Heath Ledger posthumously wins the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor at the 81st Academy Awards for his role as The Joker in The Dark Knight.

December 8, 2009 Usain Bolt sets world records in the 100-metres (9.58 sec.) and 200-metres (19.19 sec.) at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin. December 13, 2010 Brett Favre’s NFL record of 297 consecutive starts ends.

July 31, 2012 Michael Phelps wins the silver medal, the 19th Olympic medal of his career, in the 200-metre butterfly to surpass Larisa Latynina and become the most decorated Olympian in history. Phelps ended the 2012 Olympics with 22 career medals. September 26, 2013 Mariano Rivera, the MLB’s career save leader, retires.

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2009 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Season Recap

Despite never climbing to No. 1 in the NSCAA Top 25 until season’s end, the 2009 Grand Valley State Lakers posted an unbeaten 22-0-4 record en route to the program’s first NCAA Division II national championship. GVSU scored 88 goals, which tied the school record set by the 2007 club (the current single-season record is 92 goals), tallied 16 shutouts and went 11-0-1 in home matches. Following a season-opening draw against No. 6 Columbus State in Tampa, Fla., the Lakers rattled off 10 straight victories, two of which came against ranked opponents – No. 24 Tampa (4-0) and No. 25 Indianapolis (4-1). GVSU drew at Saginaw Valley State before it tallied eight consecutive wins to claim its fifth straight GLIAC title. After a 9-1 drubbing of Northern Michigan in the GLIAC Tournament Semifinals, SVSU played the Lakers to a 1-1 draw after two overtimes in the championship match. GVSU captured its third consecutive GLIAC Tournament title with a 3-0 sweep in penalty kicks. At season’s end, Irie Dennis became the first Laker to be named NSCAA Player of the Year. Dennis and Erin Mruz earned NSCAA All-America First Team plaudits, while Megan Brown and Natalja Stanski were voted onto the Daktronics, Inc. All-America First Team. GVSU placed 11 players on the All-GLIAC teams, the most in conference and program history. The Lakers also swept the league’s

individual player awards with Dennis taking home Offensive Player of the Year, Brown winning Defensive Player of the Year and Ashley Botts claiming Freshman of the Year.

NCAA Tournament Recap

Stanski’s game-winning penalty kick in the 84th minute allowed the Lakers to escape with a 1-0 wn over Bellarmine. The victory started what would eventually be a 31match home winning streak – the longest in school history. It took 110 minutes and a shootout for the GVSU to top No. 11 Northern Kentucky in Denver, but all five Lakers converted penalty kicks to send them into the NCAA Quarterfinals. Once there, GVSU easily dispatched of No. 21 Colorado Mines and went on to its third Final Four in four seasons with a 3-0 victory. In the NCAA Semifinals, No. 3 Saint Rose built a 2-0 lead in the opening 2:47, but Mruz’s goal in the 4th minute and Jaleen Dingledine’s goal in the 82nd minute gave the Lakers new life and sent the match to overtime. Kristen Eible drove home a pass from Dennis to finish the comeback. Botts netted the only goal of the NCAA Championship match in the 77th minute as the Lakers bested No. 15 Cal State Dominguez Hills for the national title. Botts, Dennis, Eible and Jenna Wenglinski all earned spots on the All-NCAA Tournament Team. Additionally, Eible was named Most Oustanding Offensive Player and Wenglinski was the Most Oustanding Defensive Player.


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Season Recap

Fresh off the program’s first national title, the Lakers practically rewrote the school and NCAA Division II record books to repeat as national champions. GVSU set the Division II record for shutouts (21) and posted the second-best shutout percentage (.840), thirdbest save percentage (.940) and fourth-best goals-against average (0.196) in history. The Lakers also set school records with 92 goals, 80 assists, 264 points and 330 shots on goal. Individually, goalkeeper Chelsea Parise’s 17 solo shutouts were tied for the most in Division II history. After racing out to a 5-0-1 start, a stunning 1-0 overtime loss at Northern Michigan kicked GVSU’s season into high gear. Over the next eight games, the Lakers outscored their opponents 39-0. An unexpected 1-1 draw at Tiffin ended the run of shutouts, but a 3-1 win over Findlay prior to its final regular season match would be the last time all year GVSU surrendered a goal. The slew of victories turned out to be the start of a 42-match unbeaten streak that continued through the 2011 campaign. A 6-0 victory against arch-rival Ferris State capped a 121-2 record in GLIAC play, which resulted in the Lakers’ sixth consecutive conference title. Shutouts of Findlay and TIffin one week later gave the program its fourth straight GLIAC Tournament crown. Jenna Wenglinski was named NSCAA Player of the Year,

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while Dave DiIanni was voted NSCAA National Coach of the Year. Ashley Botts and Erin Mruz joined Wenglinski on the NSCAA All-America First Team and Parise earned a second team plaudit. Nine Lakers were named to the AllGLIAC teams, Wenglinski claimed the league’s Defensive Player of the Year award and Tayler Ward was the conference’s Freshman of the Year.

NCAA Tournament Recap

Not even nation’s best teams could solve GVSU’s defense, or slow down its high-powered offense. A 3-0 win over Quincy kicked off the Lakers’ recordbreaking tournament run. Two goals in the opening half against No. 15 Wisconsin-Parkside and No. 3 Fort Lewis resulted in 3-0 and 5-0 routs, respectively. Unranked Florida Tech kept GVSU at bay longer than anyone in the NCAA Semifinal match, but Botts drove home goals in the 76th and 86th minute for a 2-0 win. The Lakers went on to dismantle No. 12 UC San Diego 4-0 in the NCAA Championship, which secured the program’s second consecutive national title. GVSU’s 17 goals were an NCAA Tournament record and it remains one of only three teams to post shutouts in at least five matches. Botts and Wenglinski were named Offensive and Defensive Most Outstanding Players, while Megan Brown and Jaleen Dingledine joined them on the All-NCAA Tournament Team.


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2013 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Season Recap

What could have very well been a rebuilding season for the Lakers ended with their third NCAA Championship in five years. Over the offseason, GVSU lost its top six point-getters from the 2012 club, which forced three freshmen to play vital roles in its 2013 starting lineup. The team’s 21 shutouts matched the 2010 squad’s Division II record, while its goals-against average (0.159) ranked second, shutout percentage (.840) tied for second and save percentange (.940) tied for third-best all-time. A season-opening 0-0 draw against No. 5 Armstrong Atlantic State would be the only blemish on the Lakers’ final record line (24-0-1). GVSU went on to win its next 12 matches, two of which came against No. 13 Columbus State and No. 4 Minnesota State, via shutout. The run of 13 consecutive shutouts tied the second-longest streak in Division II history. In the final seven matches of that stretch, GVSU outscored its opponents 48-0. Michigan Tech ended goalkeeper Abbey Miller’s run of consecutive shutout minutes at 1,228:08, only 105:12 short of the Division II record. Despite yielding one of the four goals it gave up all season, GVSU topped the Huskies 2-1 to clinch its ninth straight GLIAC regular season title. After five more shutouts, the Lakers bested Michigan Tech 2-0 to claim their seventh consecutive GLIAC Tournament crown. The victory also extended GVSU’s home unbeaten streak to 62 matches, which broke the Division II record.

Seven Lakers were voted onto the All-GLIAC First Team, including Jenny Shaba, Kayla Kimble and Miller, who took home the league’s Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and Goalkeeper of the Year awards. Head coach Dave DiIanni was named NSCAA National Coach of the Year for a third time, while Kimble earned an NSCAA All-America First Team plaudit. Shaba and Marti Corby were named to the Second Team.

NCAA Tournament Recap

GVSU’s NCAA Tournament run began with a 5-0 rout of Rockhurst in a torrential downpour and high winds. From there, the Lakers topped No. 8 Quincy and upstart underdog Minnesota Duluth in a pair of 2-1 matches in Duluth, Minn. With a goal less than three minutes into the second half of the NCAA Semifinals, No. 13 American International became just the second team to draw even with GVSU after falling behind. The Lakers stuck to their possession-based game plan, though, and wore down the Yellow Jackets in a 4-1 victory. Goals in the 58th and 76th minutes of the NCAA Championship match was all GVSU needed to top No. 3 West Florida and take home Division II’s top prize. Shaba, Juane Odendaal and Kendra Stauffer, the Most Outstanding Offensive Player, were all elected to the AllNCAA Tournament team.

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2014 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Season Recap

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For the second time in program history, the Lakers brought home consecutive Division II National Championships with a win n 2014. GVSU did not match the program best 24-0-1 record from the 2013 season, but still had a stellar 22-2-2 record in Jeff Hosler’s first season as head coach after replacing Dave DiIanni. The Lakers began the season 3-0 before suffering their first defeat of the season at the hands of No. 7 ranked Minnesota State-Mankato. Rebounding nicely over the next nine games, the Lakers thrashed their opponents by a 40-6 goal differential and won all nine games. A crushing 0-1 defeat to Ohio Dominican at home in their next game would deal the Lakers their second loss of the season, and snap their 69 game home winning streak. The streak had been tied as the fifth longest in NCAA history, and also included a 30 match winning streak in GLIAC play. After closing out the remainder of the regular season with three wins and a tie, the Lakers advanced to the GLIAC Tournament as the #2 seed behind Ohio Dominican. After a 4-0 and 5-0 rout of Ferris State and Michigan Tech, respectively, the Lakers faced #23 Ohio Dominican in the GLIAC title game for a shot at revenge. A pair of goals from Katie Bounds lifted the Lakers to a 2-1 victory and their eighth straight tournament title.

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Seven Lakers were named to the All-GLIAC teams, Juane Odendaal claimed the league’s Defensive Player of the Year award.Marti Corby was named the NSCAA National Player of the Year.

NCAA Tournament Recap

After drawing a matchup with Bellarmine in Allendale in the opening round of NCAA Tournament play, the Lakers were forced to defeat the Knights in the middle of a blizzard at GVSU Soccer Field. After doing so, the Lakers traveled to Somers, Wisconsin to face #3 Wisconsin-Parkside, advancing on a late goal by Kaely Schlosser and propelling the Lakers to their sixth straigh Midwest Region Championship.

Next up was a matchup with #10 Central Missouri, and a 31 Laker victory sent the team down to Louisville, Kentucky for the 2014 NCAA Semifinal. After a 1-1 draw with #6 Saint Rose, the Lakers won in the penalty shootout to advance tot he national title game. The Lakers went on to dismantle No. 8 Rollins College 3-0 in the NCAA Championship, which secured the program’s fourth national title. GVSU’s shutout of Rollins was their third NCAA Championship shutout in their four victories.


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2015 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Season Recap

Back to back to back.

If there was a term to describe the success of the 2015 campaign for Grand Valley State women’s soccer, that was it. The Lakers notched their fifth NCAA Division II National Championship title by winning their third straight championship in 2015. GVSU followed up a 22-2-2 record in Jeff Hosler’s first camapaign as head coach in 2014 with a 23-1-1 record last fall. The 23 wins were the second most of any team in program history, and the team registered the fifth undefeated home season in history. Tragedy struck in the season opener, as the defending champions were routed by Quincy 3-0 in Illinois. Rebounding efficiently, as always, the Lakers rampaged through 21 straight victories following the loss, reclaiming its No.1 ranking and allowing just five goals over that span.

Also included in the Lakers resurgence was an undefeated 12-0 run through the GLIAC schedule, culminating in a 2-0 defeat of rival Ferris State at home to close out the regular season. In the GLIAC Tournament, the Lakers made mincemeat of the competition, defeating Malone, Ohio Dominican and Ashland, in order, by a combined 14-0 margin to seize their

ninth consecutive GLIAC tournament title.

Seven Lakers were named to the All-GLIAC teams, while Marti Corby was named GLIAC Offensive Player of the year and Clare Carlson brought home Defensive POY honors.In addition, Corby repeated as NSCAA National Player of the Year, while Carlson was a fellow NSCAA All-American.

NCAA Tournament Recap

The Lakers opened the NCAA Tournament by hosting Quincy in a rematch from the season opener, and crushed the Hawks by a 6-0 tally. GVSU then traveled to Warrensburg, Missouri to face #14 Bellarminein the Midwest Region Championship, besting the Knights 2-1 and bringing home the program’s seventh straight Midwest Region Championship. Next up was a matchup with #8 Central Missouri, and the Lakers triumphed in a penalty shootout after the two teams failed to break a 1-1 tie. The Lakers went on to defeat No. 2 Western Washington 32 in the NCAA Semifinal in Pensacola, Florida, before defeating Columbus State 2-0 in the title game to win their third consecutive championship. GVSU’s shutout of Columbus State was their fourth NCAA Championship shutout in their five victories.

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Over the past 11 years, Grand Valley State has enjoyed more success in the NCAA Tournament than any other program in the country. The Lakers have appeared in six consecutive NCAA Semifinals, which is tied for the longest streak in history since the tournament expanded to more than 16 teams in 2001. In addition to its active streak, GVSU has appeared in seven of the past eight Final Fours. Only two other programs have been to the NCAA Semifinals more than twice since 2006. Walking away with a national title is something the Lakers have grown quite accustomed to as well. GVSU has won five of the last seven NCAA Championships, which ties it with Franklin Pierce for the most titles in Division II history. Franklin Pierce also has five national championships, but all of those came prior to 2000, when the tournament field consisted of 16 teams or less. All of GVSU’s 36 NCAA Tournament victories have come since 2003, when it made the first-ever appearance in program history. Now it only trails Franklin Pierce on the all-time NCAA Tournament wins list by six victories. An active streak of 13 consecutive NCAA Tournament berths has the Lakers quickly making up ground on the alltime leaders in this category. Barry and Franklin Pierce lead the way with 19 appearances, while Metro State boasts the third-most berths (13). Adelphi, Cal State Dominguez Hills, UC San Diego and West Florida are all tied for the fourth-most appearances with 12 apiece. Seven other schools have been to the NCAA Tournament 11 times. GVSU’s run of 11 straight appearances is tied for the third-longest in history. Franklin Pierce holds the alltime record with 19 in a row (1992-2010), while Metro State is riding a run of 12 consecutive berths. Seattle Pacific and West Chester are the only other programs with active streaks of at least 11 straight appearances. Barry also accomplished the same feat from 1995 through 2005. GVSU’s 2010 club was one of the best to ever compete in the NCAA Tournament. The Lakers set a new record for goals scored (17) and became one of just three teams to post shutouts in five or more matches during a single NCAA Tournament.

All-Time NCAA Tournament Appearances 1. Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Franklin Pierce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 3. Metro State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Grand Valley State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 4. Adelphi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Cal State Dominguez Hills . . . . . . . . . . .12 UC San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 West Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 9. Seven Others Tied With . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Consecutive NCAA Tournament Berths 1. Franklin Pierce . . . . . . . . .19 (1992-2010) 2. Grand Valley State . . . . . .13 (2003-2014) 3. Metro State . . . . . . . . . . . .12 (2002-2013) 4. Seattle Pacific . . . . . . . . . .11 (2003-2013) West Chester . . . . . . . . . . .11 (2003-2013) Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 (1995-2005)

All-Time NCAA Tournament Victories 1. Franklin Pierce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 2. Grand Valley State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 3. Metro State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 4. UC San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 5. Saint Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Consecutive NCAA Semifinal Appearances 1. Franklin Pierce . . . . . . . . .10 (1994-2003) 2. Grand Valley State . . . . . . .7 (2009-2015) Saint Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 (2008-2012) Keene State . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 (1988-1992) 5. Nebraska-Omaha . . . . . . . .4 (2002-2005) Sonoma State . . . . . . . . . . .4 (1990-1993)

NCAA Semifinal Appearances Since 2006 1. Grand Valley State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 2. Saint Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 3. West Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 4. Metro State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Seattle Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Tampa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 UC San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

NCAA Championships 1. Franklin Pierce . . .5 (‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘99) GVSU . . . . . . . . . .5 (‘09, ‘10, ‘13 ‘14 ‘ 15) 2. Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 (‘89, ‘92, ‘93 3. UC San Diego . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 (‘00, ‘01) Metro State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 (‘04, ‘06) NCAA Tournament Berths by the GLIAC 1. Grand Valley State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 2. Ashland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 3. Mercyhurst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 4. Tiffin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 5. Michigan Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Northern Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Saginaw Valley State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Notes: NCAA Tournament expanded to 24 teams in 2001, 32 teams in 2003 and 48 teams in 2007; Mercyhurst was a GLIAC member until 2007.

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LOCATION

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Allendale, Michigan

2004

Kenosha, Wisconsin

2005 2006

Wlider, Kentucky

Omaha, Nebraska

Allendale, Michigan Pensacola, Florida

2007

Allendale, Michigan Mankato, Minnesota

Gulf Shores, Alabama

2008

Allendale, Michigan

2009

Allendale, Michigan Denver, Colorado Tampa, Florida

2010

Allendale, Michigan Louisville, Kentucky

2011

Allendale, Michigan Golden, Colorado Pensacola, Florida

2012

2013

Allendale, Michigan Evans, Georgia

Allendale, Michigan Duluth, Minnesota Evans, Georgia

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Wisconsin-Parkside Northern Kentucky

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship

SIUE Northern Kentucky Nebraska-Omaha

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals

Wisconsin-Parkside

Quincy Indianapolis Nebraska-Omaha Tampa Metro State

Mercyhurst Drury Nebraska-Omaha Tampa

Quincy Wisconsin-Parkside

Regional Semifinals

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

W W L

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

T (3-0 PKs) W W L

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

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship

2-0 1-0

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals

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W W W W L

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Bellarmine Northern Kentucky Colorado School of Mines Saint Rose Cal State Dominguez Hills

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Championship

1-0 0-0 3-0 3-2 (OT) 1-0

W T (5-4 PKs) W W W

Wisconsin-Parkside Northern Kentucky Colorado School of Mines Chico State Saint Rose

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Championship

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

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Rockhurst Quincy Minnesota Duluth American International West Florida

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Championship

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

W W W W W

Quincy Wisconsin-Parkside Fort Lewis Florida Tech UC San Diego

Rockhurst Wisconsin-Parkside Minnesota State UC San Diego

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Championship

Regional Semifinals Regional Championship NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals

NCAA Tournament Record: 28-8-5 (.744) Round-by-Round Records: Regional Semifinals: 9-1-1 Regional Championship: 7-2-1 NCAA Quarterfinals: 5-1-2 NCAA Semifinals: 4-2-1 NCAA Championship: 3-2-0

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MIRELA TUTUNDZIC

SUE CHRISTENSON

2003 - NSCAA (2nd)

2007 - NSCAA (3rd)

#10 | Forward Wyoming, Mich. Played: 2002-2005

Career Accomplishments: -Tallied the second-most goals (75) and points (184), thirdmost game-winning goals (21) and fourth-most assists (34) in GVSU history -Her 14 assists and 58 points are tied for the second-most and third-most by any Laker in a single season -First NSCAA All-American in program history -2002 GLIAC Offensive Player of the Year -Four-time All-GLIAC First Team selection Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 Total

GP 18 21 20 22 81

G 17 22 21 15 75

A P 3 37 14 58 8 50 9 39 34 184

SH 70 96 58 55 279

SOG N/A 59 37 33 129

SOG% GW N/A 4 .615 7 .638 5 .600 5 N/A 21

#13 | Defender Livonia, Mich. Played: 2004-2007

Career Accomplishments: -Helped GVSU’s defense post 16 shutouts, tied for the fifth-most in program history, in 2006 -Earned an NSCAA All-Great Lakes First Team plaudit in 2007 and a Second Team laurel in 2006 -2007 NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team selection -2007 GLIAC Defensive Player of the Year -2004 GLIAC Freshman of the Year Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 Total

GP G 20 3 22 1 22 3 21 3 85 10

A 0 0 1 4 5

P 6 2 7 10 25

KATY TAFLER

Career Accomplishments: -Third in Division II history with 269 points and 114 goals -Tallied 85 points and 36 goals in 2007, which is tied for the sixth-most in the Division II single-season record book -One of three players with over 100 goals and 40 assists -Two-time Daktronics, Inc. Player of the Year -Three-time GLIAC Offensive Player of the Year -2008 NCAA Top XII Award recepient Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

GP 22 22 23 23 90

G 25 33 36 20 114

A P 8 58 7 73 13 85 13 53 41 269

SH 82 120 116 124 442

SOG 39 69 78 70 256

SOG% GW .476 7 .575 5 .672 8 .565 5 .579 25

SOG 10 2 5 7 24

SOG% GW .667 0 .500 0 .313 1 .412 0 .462 1

IRIE DENNIS

#9 | Forward Mississauga, Ont. Played: 2005-2008

2006 - NSCAA (1st) 2007 - NSCAA (1st) 2008 - NSCAA (2nd)

SH 15 4 16 17 52

#10 | Forward New Albany, Ohio Played: 2006-2009 2009 - NSCAA (1st); NSCAA Player of the Year

Career Accomplishments: -Ranks sixth in assists (30), tied for sixth in game-winning goals (12), eighth in goals (31) and ninth in points (92) in GVSU history -2009 GLIAC Offensive Player of the Year -Two-time All-GLIAC First Team selection -Three-time GLIAC All-Academic honoree -One of only two Lakers to be named NSCAA Player of the Year Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP G A 22 8 7 20 5 4 23 11 11 26 7 8 91 31 30

P 23 14 33 22 92

SH 39 30 52 60 181

SOG 19 20 35 34 108

SOG% GW .487 2 .666 2 .673 6 .567 2 .597 12

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ERIN MRUZ

CHELSEA PARISE

2009 - NSCAA (1st) 2010 - NSCAA (1st) 2011 - NSCAA (2nd)

2010 - NSCAA (2nd) 2011 - NSCAA (1st) 2012 - NSCAA (3rd)

#7 | Midfielder Gurnee, Ill. Played: 2007-2011

Career Accomplishments: -GVSU’s all-time leader in assists (45) -Ranks fourth in games played (99) and eighth in points (93) in GVSU history -Holds single-season school record for assists (15, 2011) -Helped 2010 team set program record for goals (92), assists (80), points (264) and shots on goal (330) -Four-time GLIAC All-Academic Team honoree Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP G A P SH SOG SOG% GW -----------------------Redshirted------------------------23 5 3 13 36 18 .500 1 26 3 14 20 71 26 .366 0 25 13 13 39 69 36 .522 2 25 3 15 21 62 36 .581 2 99 24 45 93 238 116 .487 5

ASHLEY BOTTS

#1 | Goalkeeper Warren, Mich. Played: 2008-2012

Career Accomplishments: -Division II’s all-time leader in solo shutouts (59) and minutes played (9,001:58), and ranks fourth in goals-against average (0.370) -Her 17 solo shutouts in 2010 tied Division II single-season record -2012 Daktronics, Inc. Midwest Region Player of the Year -2012 GLIAC Defensive Player of the Year -Two-time NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team honoree

Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

GP GA GAA SV SV% W L T SHO -----------------------Redshirted------------------------26 12 0.47 64 .842 22 0 4 13 25 5 0.21 76 .938 22 1 2 17 25 10 0.39 68 .872 20 1 4 14 25 10 0.41 74 .881 20 2 3 15 101 37 0.37 282 .884 84 4 13 59

JENNA WENGLINSKI #15 | Defender Portage, Mich. Played: 2007-2010

#4 | Forward Beloit, Wis. Played: 2009-2012

2010 - NSCAA (1st) 2011 - NSCAA (1st) 2012 - NSCAA (1st)

Career Accomplishments: -Tied for the most game-winning goals (25), tallied the third-most goals (67) and points (163) and seventh-most assists (29) and games started (82) in GVSU history -Her nine points (4g, 1a) against Northwood in 2011 are tied for the most by any Laker in a single match -Three-time All-NCAA Tournament selection and 2010 Most Outstanding Offensive Player -2012 NSCAA Scholar Athlete of the Year Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

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GP 26 19 25 25 95

G 15 14 20 18 67

P A 5 35 8 36 11 51 5 41 29 163

SH 97 68 123 102 390

SOG 44 44 59 57 204

SOG% GW .454 7 .647 6 .480 6 .559 6 .523 25

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GP 18 23 26 23 90

G 1 0 0 0 1

A 1 1 0 3 5

P 3 1 0 3 7

SH 2 6 5 12 25

SOG 1 3 3 7 14

SOG% GW .500 1 .500 0 .600 0 .583 0 .560 1


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

ALYSSA MIRA

#16 | Midfielder Livonia, Mich. Played: 2009-2012

#3 | Defender Livonia, Mich. Played: 2010-2013

2009 - NSCAA (3rd)

2013 - NSCAA (1st)

Career Accomplishments: -Tied for first in GVSU history, and third all-time among all Division II players, with 101 games played -Two-time NSCAA All-Midwest Region First Team honoree -2011 GLIAC Defensive Player of the Year -Two-time All-GLIAC First Team selection -2012 NSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team selection -Earned three GLIAC All-Academic Team plaudits Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

GP G 26 5 25 4 25 2 25 3 101 14

A 2 6 6 9 23

KAYLA KIMBLE

P 12 14 10 15 51

SH 28 41 29 51 149

SOG 9 17 14 25 65

SOG% GW .321 0 .415 2 .483 1 .490 0 .436 3

Career Accomplishments: -Part of the 2010 and 2013 GVSU defenses, which hold the Division II record for shutouts (21) in a single season -Helped the Lakers post 76 shutouts in four years -Part of a senior class that went 86-4-10 over four seasons -2013 Daktronics, Inc. Midwest Region Player of the Year -2013 GLIAC Defensive Player of the Year -Two-time All-GLIAC First Team selection Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total

GP 21 21 18 23 83

G 1 0 0 2 3

A 1 1 1 1 4

MARTI CORBY

Career Accomplishments: -Ranks ninth in GVSU history with 1.24 points per game -Had the sixth-most shots attempted (109) and 10th-most shots on goal by any Laker in a season as a freshman -Scored the game-winning goal in the 2013 NCAA Championship match -2013 All-GLIAC First Team selection -2013 Daktronics, Inc. All-America First Team honoree Year 2013 2014 2015 Total

GP 25 26 25 76

G 12 12 25 49

A P 7 31 13 37 17 67 37 135

SH 109 97 169 375

SOG 52 37 86 175

SOG% GW .477 3 .381 2 .509 9 .466 14

SH 14 8 2 6 30

SOG 5 1 1 4 11

SOG% GW .357 0 .125 0 .500 0 .667 1 .367 1

JENNY SHABA

#13 | Midfielder Ada, Mich. Played: 2013-Present 2013 - NSCAA (2nd) NSCAA PoTY (2014, 2015)

P 3 1 1 5 10

#11 | Forward West Bloomfield, Mich. Played: 2011-Present 2013 - NSCAA (2nd) Career Accomplishments: -Tied for the sixth-most shots on goal (57), had the fifthmost shots attempted (115) and tallied the 10th-most points (44) by any Laker in a season as a junior (2013) -Set a single-game GVSU record with four assists against Ferris State (Nov. 8, 2013) -2013 GLIAC Offensive Player of the Year -2013 All-NCAA Tournament Team selection -Two-time GLIAC All-Academic Team honoree Year 2011 2012 2013 Total

GP G A 21 0 4 25 7 0 25 16 12 71 23 16

P 4 14 44 62

SH 15 51 115 181

SOG 9 21 57 87

SOG% GW .600 0 .412 3 .496 5 .481 8

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CAREER RECORDS

Points

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Katy Tafler Mirela Tutundzic Ashley Botts Kayla Addison Marti Corby Shannon Carrier Ashley Elsass Jenny Shaba Jenny Swalec Erin Mruz

YEARS 2005-08 2002-05 2009-12 2009-12 2013-Pr 2003-06 2005-08 2011-14 2002-05 2007-11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Katy Tafler Mirela Tutundzic Ashley Botts Kayla Addison Marti Corby Shannon Carrier Jenny Swalec Ashley Elsass Jenny Shaba Irie Dennis

YEARS 2008-10 2002-05 2009-12 2009-12 2013-Pr 2003-06 2002-05 2005-08 2011-14 2006-09

G 114 75 67 58 49 39 37 36 35 31

NAME Erin Mruz Shannon Carrier Katy Tafler Marti Corby Mirela Tutundzic Ashley Elsass Jenny Shaba Irie Dennis Ashley Botts Jenny Swalec Kayla Addison

YEARS 2007-11 2003-06 2005-08 2013-Pr 2002-05 2005-08 2011-14 2006-09 2009-12 2002-05 2009-12

A 45 41 41 37 34 33 32 30 29 26 26

NAME 1. Katy Tafler Ashley Botts 3. Mirela Tutundzic 4. Kayla Addison 5. Ashley Elsass 6. Marti Corby 7. Shannon Carrier Irie Dennis 9. Cassie Teeple Jenny Swalec

YEARS 2003-06 2009-12 2002-05 2009-12 2005-08 2013-Pr 2003-06 2006-09 1999-00 2002-05

GW 25 25 21 16 15 14 12 12 10 10

Goals

Assists 1. 2.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Game-Winning Goals

Points Per Game

(Minimum of 50 games played) NAME YEARS 1. Katy Tafler 2005-08 2. Mirela Tutundzic 2002-05 3. Marti Corby 2013-Pr 4. Ashley Botts 2009-12 5. Shannon Carrier 2003-06 6. Kayla Addison 2009-12 7. Jenny Swalec 2002-05 8. Ashley Elsass 2005-08 9. Kendra Stauffer 2013-Pr 2011-14 10. Jenny Shaba

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G 114 75 67 58 49 39 36 35 37 24

P 269 184 135 163 119 142 100 105 85 102

A 41 34 29 26 37 41 33 32 26 45

GP 90 81 76 95 82 100 78 90 75 97

P 269 184 163 142 135 119 105 102 100 93

Games Played 1. 4. 5. 8.

10.

NAME Alyssa Mira Chelsea Parise Charlie Socia Kayla Addison Erin Mruz Tayler Ward Juane Odendaal Taylor Callen Katie Klunder Jenny Shaba

YEARS 2009-12 2008-12 2011-14 2009-12 2007-11 2010-13 2011-14 2010-13 2012-15 2011-14

GP 101 101 101 100 99 99 99 98 98 97

NAME YEARS Chelsea Parise 2008-12 Kristen Eible 2007-10 Katy Tafler 2005-08 Megan Brown 2008-11 Kristina Nasturzio 2005-08 Kayla Addison 2009-12 Ashley Botts 2009-12 Ashley Elsass 2005-08 Tayler Ward 2010-13 Meaghan Robinson 2005-08

GS 100 93 89 87 84 84 82 81 81 80

Games Started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

10.

Goals Against Average

(Minimum of 750 minutes played) NAME YEARS 1. Abbey Miller 2010-13 2. Kristina Nasturzio 2005-08 3. Chelsea Parise 2008-12 4. Andrea Strauss 2013-14 5. Emily Maresh 2015-Pr 6. Melissa Henson 2000-03 7. Erin Murphy 2003-06 8. Stephanie Nees 1999 9. Jessica Schmehl 2000-02 10. Kelli Mason 1996

Saves

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. PPG 2.99 2.27 1.77 1.72 1.45 1.42 1,28 1.17 1.13 1.05

NAME Chelsea Parise Kristina Nasturzio Melissa Henson Jessica Schmehl Tracie Renes Erica Dewberry Stephanie Nees Andrea Strauss Erin Murphy Emily Maresh

Save Percentage

(Minimum of 50 saves) NAME 1. Abbey Miller 2. Kristina Nasturzio 3. Chelsea Parise 4. Andrea Strauss 5. Emily Maresh 6. Stephanie Nees 7. Melissa Henson 8. Jessica Schmehl 9. Erin Murphy 10. Erica Dewberry

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YEARS 2010-13 2005-08 2008-12 2013-14 2015-Pr 1999 2000-03 2000-02 2003-06 1998-01

Solo Shutouts

NAME Chelsea Parise Kristina Nasturzio Melissa Henson Abbey Miller Andrea Strauss Emily Maresh Jessica Schmehl Stephanie Nees Erin Murphy Erica Dewberry

YEARS 2008-12 2005-08 2000-03 2010-13 2013-14 2015-Pr 2000-02 1999 2003-06 1998-01

SHO 59 45 18 16 16 13 9 8 7 3

NAME Chelsea Parise Kristina Nasturzio Melissa Henson Abbey Miller Andrea Strauss Emily Maresh Erin Murphy Stephanie Nees Jessica Schemhl 10. Tracie Renes

YEARS 2008-12 2005-08 2005-08 2010-13 2013-14 2015-Pr 2003-06 1999 2000-02 1997

W 84 77 27 24 22 19 14 10 10 5

1. 2. 3. 4.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Bold denotes active player

GAA 0.19 0.34 0.37 0.41 0.48 0.84 0.86 0.99 1.04 2.28 SV 282 226 224 159 132 104 94 83 82 69

SV% .930 .890 .884 .883 .873 .855 .852 .850 .788 .782

Chelsea Parise, a four-year starter at GVSU, is Division II’s all-time leader in shutouts (59) and minutes played by a goalkeeper (9,001:58).

Katy Tafler holds four GVSU career records and her 269 points rank third all-time in Division II.


Points

322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

NAME Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Marti Corby Mirela Tutundzic Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Ashley Botts Mirela Tutundzic Kayla Addison Ashley Elsass Jenny Shaba

YEAR 2007 2006 2015 2003 2005 2008 2011 2004 2010 2008 2013

NAME Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Marti Corby Mirela Tutundzic Mirela Tutundzic Katy Tafler Kayla Addison Ashley Botts Ashley Botts Mirela Tutundzic Ashley Elsass

YEAR 2007 2006 2005 2015 2003 2004 2008 2010 2011 2012 2002 2008

G 36 33 25 25 22 21 20 20 20 18 17 17

NAME Marti Corby Jenny Shaba Erin Mruz Mirela Tutundzic Erin Mruz Shannon Carrier Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Jaleen Dingledine Erin Mruz Marti Corby

YEAR 2015 2014 2011 2003 2009 2006 2007 2008 2010 2010 2014

A 17 16 15 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

NAME YEAR 1. Marti Corby 2015 2. Katy Tafler 2007 3. Mirela Tutundzic 2003 Katy Tafler 2005 Ashley Elsass 2007 Ashley Botts 2009 Kayla Addison 2010 8. Cassie Teeple 1999 Irie Dennis 2008 Ashley Botts 2010 Kayla Addison 2011 Ashley Botts 2011 Ashley Botts 2012 Charlie Socia 2013 Gabriella Mencotti 2014

GW 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1. 2. 3. 4..

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Game-Winning Goals

Shots Attempted

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

NAME Marti Corby Katy Tafler Ashley Botts Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Jenny Shaba Marti Corby Ashley Botts Ashley Botts Marti Corby

YEAR 2015 2008 2011 2006 2007 2013 2013 2012 2009 2014

G 36 33 25 22 25 20 20 21 20 17 16

A 13 7 17 14 8 13 11 8 9 11 12

SH 169 124 123 120 116 115 109 102 97 97

P 85 73 67 58 58 53 51 50 49 45 44

Shots On Goal

NAME Marti Corby Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Mirela Tutundzic Ashley Botts 7. Ashley Botts Jenny Shaba 9. Ashley Elsass Kayla Addison 10. Marti Corby

YEAR 2015 2007 2006 2005 2003 2011 2012 2013 2008 2010 2013

NAME Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Mirela Tutundzic Marti Corby Katy Tafler Mirela Tutundzic Katy Tafler Mirela Tutundizc Ashley Botts Ashley Elsass Kayla Addison

YEAR 2007 2006 2003 2015 2005 2004 2008 2002 2011 2008 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Points Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Goals Against Average

(Minimum of 500 minutes played) NAME YEAR 1. Abbey Miller 2013 2. Chelsea Parise 2010 3. Kristina Nasturzio 2008 4. Kristina Nasturzio 2005 Kristina Nasturzio 2007 6. Kristina Nasturzio 2006 Chelsea Parise 2011 8. Chelsea Parise 2012 9. Andrea Strauss 2014 10. Chelsea Parise 2009

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Tracie Renes Erica Dewberry Stephanie Nees Melissa Henson Meilssa Henson Jessica Schmehl Andrea Strauss Chelsea Parise Jessica Schmehl Chelsea Parise

Save Percentage

(Minimum of 30 saves) NAME 1. Melissa Henson Chelsea Parise 3. Abbey Miller 4. Kristina Nasturzio 5. Kristina Nasturzio 6. Kristina Nasturzio Chelsea Parise 8. Andrea Strauss 9. Emily Maresh 10. Chelsea Parise

Solo Shutouts

SOG 86 78 71 70 59 59 57 57 56 56 52

P 85 73 58 67 58 50 53 37 51 45 49

GP 23 22 21 25 22 20 23 18 25 23 25 GAA 0.17 0.21 0.23 0.37 0.37 0.39 0.39 0.41 0.42 0.47

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2002 2003 2000 2014 2010 2001 2012

SV 132 104 94 87 85 82 81 76 75 74

YEAR 2000 2010 2013 2008 2005 2007 2012 2014 2015 2011

SV% .938 .938 .937 .912 .897 .881 .881 .880 .873 .872

PPG 3.70 3.32 2.76 2.68 2.64 2.50 2.30 2.06 2.04 1.96 1.96

NAME YEAR 1. Chelsea Parise 2010 2. Abbey Miller 2013 Andrea Strauss 2014 4. Kristina Nasturzio 2008 Chelsea Parise 2012 6. Chelsea Parise 2011 7. Chelsea Parise 2009 Emily Marish 2015 9. Kristina Nasturzio 2005 10. Kristina Nasturzio 2006 Kristina Nasturzio 2007

SHO 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13 12 9 9

NAME YEAR 1. Abbey Miller 2013 2. Kristina Nasturzio 2008 Chelsea Parise 2009 Chelsea Parise 2010 Andrea Strauss 2014 6. Kristina Nasturzio 2007 7. Chelsea Parise 2011 Chelsea Parise 2012 8. Emily Marish 2015 9. Kristina Nasturzio 2005 Kristina Nasturzio 2006

W 24 22 22 22 22 21 20 20 19 1816

Wins

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Points 9 8

Cassie Teeple (at IPFW, Aug. 28, 1999) Ashley Botts (Northwood, Sep. 30, 2011) Kendra Stauffer (NMU, Oct. 18, 2015) Five players tied

Goals 4

Cassie Teeple (at IPFW, Aug. 28, 1999) Katy Tafler (SIUE, Sep. 2, 2007) Katy Tafler (at Ashland, Sep. 30, 2007) Katy Tafler (Mercyhurst, Oct. 5, 2007) Ashley Botts (Northwood, Sep. 30, 2011) Kendra Stauffer (NMU, Oct. 18, 2015)

Assists 4 3

Jenny Shaba (Ferris State, Nov. 8, 2013) 19 players tied

Shots 13 13 13 12

Katy Tafler (Southern Ind., Aug. 31, 2008) Marti Corby (Malone, Oct. 3, 2014) Marti Corby (at Quincy, Sept. 4, 2015) Katy Tafler (Northwood, Oct. 3, 2008)

Saves

23 Melissa Henson (at Ashland, Oct. 26, 2003) 15 Melissa Henson (Ashland, Nov. 3, 2002) Bold denotes active player

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

Goals

G YEAR 1. 104 .............. 2015 92 ................ 2010 3. 88 ................ 2007 88 ................ 2009 88 ................ 2013

Assists

3. 4. 5.

A 90 80 76 72 70

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

P 298 264 252 246 244

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 3. 4. 5.

YEAR ................ 2015 ................ 2010 ................ 2013 ................ 2014 ................ 2007

Points

YEAR .............. 2015 .............. 2010 .............. 2013 .............. 2007 .............. 2009

Shots On Goal SOG YEAR 332 2015 330 .............. 2010 326 .............. 2009 310 .............. 2013 306 .............. 2008

Shutouts

SHO YEAR 21 ................ 2010 21 ................ 2013 19 ................ 2008 18 ................ 2012 17 ................ 2015

Winning Streaks: Unbeaten Streaks:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TEAM RECORDS

Saves

SV YEAR 132 .............. 1997 112 .............. 2000 104 .............. 1998 98 ............... 2001 97 ............... 1996

Goals Allowed

GA YEAR 1. 4 .................. 2013 2. 5 .................. 2008 5 .................. 2010 4. 8 .................. 2006 5. 10 . ................ 2011 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goals Against Average

GAA YEAR 0.16 ............. 2013 0.20 ............. 2010 0.22 ............. 2008 0.36 ............. 2006 0.38 ............. 2011

W 1. 24 2. 23 3. 22 22 22 22 1. 3. 4. 5.

Wins

YEAR ................ 2013 ................ 2015 ................ 2008 ................ 2009 ................ 2010 ................ 2014

Shutout Percentage

SHO% YEAR .840.............. 2010 .840.............. 2013 .826.............. 2008 .727.............. 2006 .720.............. 2012

27 (2013-2014) 22, Two Times (2008, 2010)

42 (2010-11) 32 (2009-10)

Home Winning Streaks: 31 (2009-12) 27 (2005-07) Home Unbeaten Streaks: 69 (2009-14) 41 (2005-08)

Road Winning Streaks:

93

10, Two Times (2007, 2008) 9 (2013)

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

15 at IPFW, Aug. 28, 1999 13 Tiffin, Oct. 20, 2013 10 at Charleston (W.Va.), Sep. 25, 2005 Northwood, Oct. 3, 2008 Northwood, Oct. 8, 2010 at Malone, Sept. 27, 2015

Assists 15 12 11 10 9

Saint Joseph’s College, Oct. 15, 2003 Tiffin, Oct. 20, 2013 at Malone, Sep. 28, 2012 Northwood, Oct. 28, 2008 Three times

38 35 31 30 28

Tiffin, Oct. 20, 2013 at IPFW, Aug. 28, 1999 Saint Joseph’s College, Oct. 15, 2003 Northwood, Oct. 3, 2008 Northwood, Oct. 8, 2010

53 48 46 46 45 45

Malone, Oct. 3, 2014 Malone, Oct. 4, 2013 Lake Erie, Sep. 24, 2010 Walsh, Oct. 6, 2013 at Ferris State, Oct. 26, 2007 at Malone, Sep. 28, 2012

Points

Shots

Saves

23 at Ashland, Oct. 26, 2003 15 Ashland, Nov. 3, 2002 12 at Mercyhurst, Oct. 26, 2002 at SIUE, Sep. 5, 2004 10 Three times Road Unbeaten Streaks: 28 (2008-10) 16 (2010-11) GLIAC Winning Streaks: 37 (2006-09) 30 (2012-14)

GLIAC Unbeaten Streaks: 51 (2006-10) 32 (2010-12) Consecutive Shutouts:

13 (2013) 10, Two Times (2011, 2012)

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322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

POINTS (CAREER) No. Player 2. 3.

Missy Gregg Katy Tafler

NCAA DIVISION II INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Team

Christian Bros. GVSU

POINTS PER GAME (CAREER) No. Player Team 14. 15.

Sally Holmes Katy Tafler

GOALS (CAREER) No. Player 2. 3.

Paulina Miettinen Katy Tafler

1. 2. 3.

Chelsea Parise Lauren Liening Kristina Nasturzio

Team

Years

Franklin Pierce GVSU

Team

GVSU Northern Ky. GVSU

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (CAREER) No. Player Team 3. 4.

Kristina Nasturzio Chelsea Parise

Years

1999-00 2005-08

Katy Tafler GVSU Two others tied with

SHUTOUTS (CAREER) No. Player

2001-02 2005-08

Central Okla. GVSU

GOALS PER GAME (CAREER) No. Player Team 11.

Years

GVSU GVSU

1995-98 2005-08

19.

Chelsea Parise

GVSU

6. 10.

14. 24.

Two players tied with Alyssa Mira GVSU Brittany Godin Saint Rose Kayla Addison GVSU Erin Mruz GVSU Tayler Ward GVSU Three others tied with Kristen Eible GVSU Taylor Callen GVSU Nine others tied with Megan Brown GVSU Ashley Botts GVSU Five others tied with

PPG 3.00 2.99

G

122 114

GPG

Years

SHO

2005-08

2009-12 1998-00, 04 2005-08

Years

2005-08 2009-12

1.27 1.27 59 46 45

GAA

0.336 0.370

Min. 9,001:58 7,448:66

Year 2010

GAMES PLAYED BY POSITION PLAYER (CAREER) No. Player Team Years 1. 3. 4.

287 269

Years

GOALKEEPER MINUTES PLAYED (CAREER) No. Player Team Years 1. Chelsea Parise GVSU 2009-12 7. Kristina Nasturzio GVSU 2005-08

SHUTOUT PERCENTAGE (SEASON) No. Player Team

P

2009-12 2008-11 2009-12 2008-11 2010-13 2007-10 2010-13

2008-11 2009-12

PLAYERS WITH 40 GOALS AND 40 ASSISTS (26 TOTAL) Player Team Years G

SHO% .680

GP

102 101 100 100 99 97 97 96 96 96 95 95 95

A

Katy Tafler GVSU 2005-08 114 41 * one of only three players with 100-plus goals and 40-plus assists

POINTS (SEASON) No. Player 5. 6.

Renee Vinnedge Laura Hislop Katy Tafler

Team

Queens (N.C.) Franklin Pierce GVSU

Year

1998 2003 2007

P

92 85 85

GOALS (SEASON) No. Player 5. 6.

Team

Year

G

Renee Vinnedge Joanna DaSilva Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Six others tied with

Queens (N.C.) Wheeling Jesuit GVSU GVSU

1998 2000 2007 2006

Chelsea Parise Abbey Miller Aline Lopes Kristina Nasturzio

GVSU GVSU SW Baptist GVSU

2010 2013 2006 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10.

Hilary Smart Abbey Miller Kristy Kolschetzky Jeanette Smith Carilyn Hormilla Chelsea Parise Kristina Nasturzio

West Chester GVSU Notre Dame (OH) Franklin Pierce Barry GVSU GVSU

2005 2013 2013 1994 1989 2010 2008

0.144 0.167 0.176 0.179 0.184 0.205 0.229

1.

Chelsea Parise Two others tied with Lauren Piening Abbey Miller Kristina Nasturzio Chelse Parise Four others tied with Chelsea Parise 13 others tied with

GVSU

Year

SHO

15.

SAVE PERCENTAGE (SEASON) No. Player Team 6. 7. 14.

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (SEASON) No. Player Team

SOLO SHUTOUTS (SEASON) No. Player Team 4. 6. 12.

Northern Ky. GVSU GVSU GVSU GVSU

Year

Year

2010

1999 2013 2008 2012 2011

FASTEST THREE CONSECUTIVE GOALS, SAME PLAYER No. Player Team Year 1. 2. 3. 4.

Ashley Elsass Jelisa Guy Morgan Mitchell Katy Tafler

GVSU Mont. St-Billings Armstrong GVSU

3. 5.

Two Players Tied Katy Tafler GVSU Two others tied with Four players tied with Katy Tafler GVSU Seven others tied with

2007 2006 2012 2006

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH AT LEAST ONE GOAL No. Player Team Year 8. 12.

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES No. Player Team 1. 2. 5. 7. 13. 14. 15. 24.

Jamie Gillis Abbey Miller Chelsea Parise Chelsea Parise Kristina Nasturzio Chelsea Parise Kristina Nasturizo Chelsea Parise

2007 2006

41 36 36 33 33

SV% .938 .937 .912 .912

GAA

17 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14

Time 1:09 2:20 2:30 2:51

Games

13 11 11 10 9 9

Min. (Dates)

UMass Lowell 1,333:20 (9/9-10/24/09) GVSU 1,228:08 (9/6-10/25/13) GVSU 1,003:07 (9/30-11/13/11) GVSU 982:46 (9/2-10/12/12) GVSU 889:24 (9/10-10/17/08) GVSU 880:10 (10/24/10-9/2/11) GVSU 879:24 (9/10-10/17/08) GVSU 743:26 (9/24-10/22/10)

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GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (SEASON) No. Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State Barry Grand Valley State Franklin Pierce Saint Rose Grand Valley State

1. 2. 3.

Bridgeport Notre Dame (OH) Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Truman Grand Valley State

SAVE PERCENTAGE (SEASON) No. Team

10.

SHUTOUT PERCENTAGE (SEASON) No. Team 1. 2. 4. 5.

Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Barry Grand Valley State Saint Rose

SHUTOUTS (SEASON) No. Team 1. 3. 4. 6.

11. 20.

Grand Valley State Grand Valley State West Fla. Grand Valley State Saint Rose Grand Valley State Four others tied with Nine teams tied with Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Grand Valley State 19 others tied with

WINS (SEASON) No. Team 1. 4.

11.

Three teams tied with Grand Valley State Four others tied with Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Nine others tied with

CONSECUTIVE WINS No. Team 4.

5.

8.

10. 13.

95

Southern New Hampshire Grand Valley State Omaha Christian Brothers West Chester Seattle Pacific Grand Valley State Two others tied with Grand Valley State Five others tied with

NCAA DIVISION II TEAM RECORDS Year

GA

1994 2013 1989 2010 1995 2013 2008

Year

3 4 3 5 4 5 5

GA

2011 2013 2010 2013 2001 2008

5 4 5 4 8 5

Year 1994 2010 2013 1989 2008 2013

Year 2010 2013 2008 2008 2013 2012

2006 2009 2011

SV

106 64 79 63 83 52

SHO 16 21 21 15 19 18

Games 25 25 26 23 23 25

22 22 25

Year

GAA

0.158 0.159 0.161 0.196 0.200 0.213 0.217

SV% .955 .941 .940 .940 .912 .912

SHO% .842 .840 .840 .833 .826 .826

SHO 21 21 20 19 19 18 18 17 16 16 16 16

W

25 24 24 22 22 22 22

2013

2008 2009 2010

Wins (Dates)

27 (9/15/85-10/21/86) 24 (9/8/13-9/12/14) 26 (10/27/01-12/6/02) 24 (11/4/00-11/30/01) 23 (8/25-11/11/06) 23 (8/23-11/17/07) 22 (8/29-11/15/08) 22 20 (9/11-11/18/11) 20

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Games (Dates)

3. 4. 5.

Franklin Pierce Metro State Grand Valley State Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State

5. 6. 7. 12.

Saint Rose Southern New Hampshire Grand Valley State Grand Valley State

1. 8.

Grand Valley State Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State

69 (9/4/09-10/17/14) 41 (9/10/96-9/28/00) 41 (9/4/05-11/21/08)

Grand Valley State Saint Rose Central Missouri Grand Valley State Central Oklahoma West Florida Christian Brothers Grand Valley State

37 (10/6/06-10/2/09) 37 (10/1/08-9/6/11) 31 (10/17/09-9/16/12) 30 (10/14/12-10/17/14) 28 (10/21/05-11/4/07) 28 (10/3/08-11/7/10) 27 (10/17/99-9/26/03) 24 (10/23/10-9/21/12)

Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State Truman Seattle Pacific Ashland Grand Valley State

54 (9/25/94-10/19/00) 51 (10/1/06-9/17/10) 47 (9/29/02-10/8/05) 47 (9/28/02-9/28/06) 41 (10/19/00-10/16/05) 36 (9/24/10-10/6/12)

CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS No. Team

59 (9/10/96-12/4/98) 59 (9/5/04-9/29/06) 42 (9/24/10-12/1/11) 40 (9/6/94-9/8/96) 32 (8/28/09-9/17/10)

Wins (Dates)

39 (10/1/08-9/9/11) 36 (10/17/83-9/10/87) 31 (11/15/09-9/21/12) 27 (9/4/05-11/4/07)

CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES WITHOUT A LOSS No. Team CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE WINS No. Team 3. 5. 6. 7.

9. 10.

Games (Dates)

Wins (Dates)

CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE GAMES WITHOUT A LOSS No. Team Games (Dates) 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS No. Team 1. 2.

4. 5. 9. 11.

22.

Franklin Pierce Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State Lynn UMass Lowell Three teams tied with Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Two others tied with Grand Valley State 11 others tied with Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Eight others tied with

Bold denotes active streak or current season

Games (Dates)

15 (9/12-11/5/95) 13 (9/13-10/18/94) 13 (9/6-10/25/13) 12 (9/20-10/26/97) 12 (9/12-10/17/09) 11 10 (10/2-11/6/11) 10 (9/7-10/12/12) 10 9 (9/14-10/12/08) 9 8 (9/24-10/17/10) 8 (10/30-12/4/10) 8


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

NATIONAL SOCCER COACHES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (NSCAA) PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015

Marti Corby

2010

Jenna Wenglinski

2014 2009

Marti Corby

2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

2009 2008 2007 2006 2003

Marti Corby (1st) Clare Carlson (1st)

Marti Corby (1st) Juane Odendaal (2nd) Kayla Kimble (1st) Marti Corby (2nd) Jenny Shaba (2nd)

Ashley Botts (1st) Alyssa Mira (3rd) Chelsea Parise (3rd) Ashley Botts (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Erin Mruz (2nd)

Ashley Botts (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st) Chelsea Parise (2nd) Irie Dennis (1st) Erin Mruz (1st)

Katy Tafler (2nd)

Katy Tafler (1st) Sue Christenson (3rd) Katy Tafler (1st)

Mirela Tutundzic (2nd)

NSCAA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2013

Dave DiIanni

2006

Dave DiIanni

2010

Dave DiIanni

DAkTRONICS, INC. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015

Marti Corby

2006

Katy Tafler

2007

Katy Tafler

DAkTRONICS, INC. ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2015

2014

2013

Irie Dennis

NSCAA ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2015

NATIONAL AWARDS

Marti Corby (1st) Katy Woolley (1st) Kendra Stauffer (2nd) Katie Klunder (2nd) Clare Carlson (2nd) Emily Maresh (3rd)

2012 2011

2010

2009

2008 2007

2006

Marti Corby (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Gabriella Mencotti (2nd) Jenny Shaba (HM) Marti Corby (1st) Kayla Kimble (1st) Abby Miller (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Tayler Ward (2nd)

Chelsea Parise (1st) Ashley Botts (2nd) Alyssa Mira (3rd)

Ashley Botts (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Kayla Addison (2nd) Erin Mruz (2nd) Chelsea Parise (2nd) Alyssa Mira (3rd)

Kayla Addison (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st) Kristen Eible (3rd) Jaleen Dingledine (HM) Megan Brown (1st) Natalja Stanski (1st) Erin Mruz (3rd) Irie Dennis (HM)

Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Natalja Stanski (1st) Katy Tafler (1st)

Sue Christenson (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Kourtney Willert (1st)

2010

2009

2007 2006

Ashley Botts Megan Brown Jaleen Dingledine Jenna Wenglinski Ashley Botts Irie Dennis Kristen Eible Jenna Wenglinski Sue Christenson Katy Tafler

Sue Christenson Kristina Nasturzio Katy Tafler

NCAA TOuRNAMENT OFFENSIvE MOP 2014

Jenny Shaba

2010

Ashley Botts

2013 2009

Kendra Stauffer Kristen Eible

NCAA TOuRNAMENT DEFENSIvE MOP 2014

Andrea Strauss

2009

Jenna Wenglinski

2010 2006

Jenna Wenglinski Sue Christenson

Bold denotes active player MOP - Most Outstanding Player Background: Jenna Wenglinski (2010 NSCAA POTY)

Katy Tafler (1st) Sue Christenson (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Katie Ales (2nd)

ALL-NCAA TOuRNAMENT TEAM

2015

2014

2013 2011

Marti Corby Emily Maresh Jayma Martin Katy Woolley

Marti Corby Gabriella Mencotti Jenny Shaba Andrea Strauss Juane Odendaal Jenny Shaba Kendra Stauffer

Kayla Addison Ashley Botts Kayla Klosterman

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NSCAA ALL-MIDWEST REGION TEAM 2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008 2007

2006

2005

97

Clare Carlson (1st) Marti Corby (1st) Kendra Stauffer (1st) Katy Woolley (1st) Emily Maresh (3rd)

Marti Corby (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Gabriella Mencotti (2nd) Kaely Schlosser (2nd)

Marti Corby (1st) Kayla Kimble (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Kendra Stauffer (2nd) Kayla Addison (1st) Ashley Botts (1st) Alyssa Mira (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Erin Hilbert (2nd) Kayla Kimble (2nd) Kayla Addison (1st) Ashley Botts (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Alyssa Mira (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st)

Kayla Addison (1st) Ashley Botts (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st) Kristen Eible (2nd)

Megan Brown (1st) Irie Dennis (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Ashley Botts (2nd) Katie Johnson (2nd) Chelsea Parise (2nd) Jenna Wenglinski (3rd) Katy Tafler (1st)

Katy Tafler (1st) Sue Christenson (1st) Emily Berner (2nd) Kristina Nasturzio (2nd) Meaghan Robinson (2nd)

Shannon Carrier (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Sue Christenson (2nd) Meaghan Robinson (2nd)

2004

REGIONAL AWARDS Shannon Carrier (1st) Mirela Tutundzic (1st)

2010

NSCAA MIDWEST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2012

Dave DiIanni

2006

Dave DiIanni

2007

Dave DiIanni

2009

DAkTRONICS, INC. MIDWEST REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015

Marti Corby

2012

Chelsea Parise

2013

Kayla Kimble

2008

Katy Tafler

2007

Katy Tafler

2006

2008

Katy Talfer

DAkTRONICS, INC. ALL-MIDWEST REGION TEAM 2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

Jenny Swalec (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Mirela Tutundzic (1st) Shannon Carrier (2nd)

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Clare Carlson (1st) Marti Corby (1st) Katie Klunder (1st) Emily Maresh (1st) Gabriella Mencotti (1st) Kendra Stauffer (1st) Katy Woolley (1st)

Marti Corby (1st) Gabriella Mencotti (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Katie Bounds (2nd) Kaely Schlosser (2nd) Andrea Strauss (2nd)

2007

2006

Kayla Addison (1st) Jaleen Dingledine (1st) Kristen Eible (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st) Chelsea Parise (2nd)

Ashley Botts (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Irie Dennis (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Natalja Stanski (1st) Amber Bloem (2nd) Kristen Eible (2nd) Katie Johnson (2nd) Jenna Wenglinski (2nd)

Ashley Elsass (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Natalja Stanski (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Kristen Eible (2nd) Meaghan Robinson (2nd) Sue Christenson (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Kourtney Willert (1st) Katie Ales (1st) Sue Christenson (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Shannon Carrier (2nd)

Marti Corby (1st) Kayla Kimble (1st) Abbey Miller (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Tayler Ward (1st) Kendra Stauffer (2nd) Ashley Botts (1st) Alyssa Mira (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Kayla Addison (2nd) Erin Hilbert (2nd) Kayla Kimble (2nd) Juane Odendaal (2nd) Kayla Addison (1st) Ashley Botts (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Alyssa Mira (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Kayla Kimble (2nd)

Bold denotes active player Note: Great Lakes Region is Midwest Region effective 2008 Background: Kayla Kimble (2013 Daktronics, Inc. Midwest Region POTY)


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

GLIAC OFFENSIvE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015

Marti Corby

2011

Ashley Botts

2013

Jenny Shaba

2009

Irie Dennis

2007

Katy Tafler

2008 2006 2002

CONFERENCE AWARDS GLIAC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 2015

Katy Tafler Katy Tafler

Mirela Tutundzic

2014

GLIAC DEFENSIvE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015

Clare Carlson

2013

Kayla Kimble

2014 2012 2011

Juane Odendaal Chelsea Parise Alyssa Mira

2010

Jenna Wenglinski

2008

Natalja Stanski

2009 2007 2005

2013

Megan Brown

Sue Christenson Kate Duda

2012

GLIAC GOALkEEPER OF THE YEAR 2013

Abbey Miller

2010

Tayler Ward

2007

Kristen Eible

GLIAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2009 2006 2005 2004

Ashley Botts

Katie Johnson Katy Tafler

Sue Christenson

GLIAC COACH OF THE YEAR 2013

Dave DiIanni

2008

Dave DiIanni

2005

Dave DiIanni

2011

2007 2002

2011

Dave DiIanni

2010

Dave DiIanni Dago Cortes

2009

Background: Top left: Sue Christenson; Top right: Natalja Stanski; Bottom left: Irie Dennis; Bottom Right: Kristen Eible

Clare Carlson (1st) Marti Corby (1st) Katie Klunder (1st) Gabriella Mencotti (1st) Kendra Stauffer (1st) Katy Woolley (1st) Gabbie Guibord (2nd) Jayma Martin (HM) Marti Corby (1st) Gabriella Mencotti (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Kaely Schlosser (2nd) Charlie Socia (2nd) Andrea Strauss (HM) Marti Corby (1st) Kayla Kimble (1st) Abbey Miller (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Jenny Shaba (1st) Charlie Socia (1st) Tayler Ward (1st) Kendra Stauffer (2nd) Katy Woolley (HM) Ashley Botts (1st) Erin Hilbert (1st) Kayla Kimble (1st) Alyssa Mira (1st) Juane Odendaal (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Kayla Addison (2nd) Charlie Socia (2nd) Taylor Callen (HM)

Kayla Addison (1st) Ashley Botts (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Kayla Klosterman (1st) Alyssa Mira (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Maria Brown (2nd)

Kayla Addison (1st) Ashley Botts (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Jaleen Dingledine (1st) Kristen Eible (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st) Kayla Klosterman (2nd) Alyssa Mira (2nd) Ashley Botts (1st) Irie Dennis (1st) Kristen Eible (1st) Katie Johnson (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Amber Bloem (1st) Megan Brown (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st)

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002 2001 2000 1998

Chelsea Parise (1st) Erin Hilbert (2nd) Natalja Stanski (2nd)

Irie Dennis (1st) Kristen Eible (1st) Ashley Elsass (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Meaghan Robinson (1st) Elena Sobolic (1st) Natalja Stanski (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Jenna Wenglinski (1st) Joyce Rose (2nd) Emily Berner (1st) Sue Christenson (1st) Kristen Eible (1st) Ashley Elsass (1st) Katie Johnson (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Meaghan Robinson (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Kourtney Willert (1st)

Shannon Carrier (1st) Sue Christenson (1st) Katie Johnson (1st) Kristina Nasturzio (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Kourtney Willert (1st) Meaghan Robinson (2nd) Shannon Carrier (1st) Kate Duda (1st) Jenny Swalec (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Mirela Tutundzic (1st) Kourtney Willert (2nd)

Mirela Tutundzic (1st) Shannon Carrier (2nd) Sue Christenson (2nd) Jenny Swalec (2nd) Abby Gienapp (1st) Melissa Henson (1st) Mirela Tutundzic (1st) Rachel Bondy (2nd) Shannon Carrier (2nd) Jenny Swalec (2nd) Mirela Tutundzic (1st) Jenny Swalec (2nd)

Megan Laudenslager (2nd) Megan Laudenslager (1st) Cassie Teeple (2nd) Mackenzie Emmett (1st) Beverly Daugherty (2nd)

Bold denotes active player

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

NSCAA SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2012

Ashley Botts

2015

Clare Carlson (1st) Marti Corby (1st)

NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2012 2011 2010 2008 2007

Ashley Botts (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st) Alyssa Mira (2nd)

ACADEMIC AWARDS

GLIAC WOMEN’S SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2009

Katy Tafler

GLIAC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

2007

Ashley Botts (1st) Erin Mruz (1st) Chelsea Parise (1st)

Kristen Eible (3rd)

Katy Tafler (1st) Meaghan Robinson (2nd) Natalja Stanski (2nd) Sue Christenson (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Emily Berner (3rd)

2008

CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA OF THE YEAR 2011 2009 2008

Ashley Botts Natalja Stanski Katy Tafler

2015

Clare Carlson (1st) Marti Corby (1st) Shannon Quinn (3rd)

CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA TEAM

2014 2013 2012 2011

2007 2006

2009

Marti Corby (2nd) Andrea Strauss (3rd) Abbey Miller (2nd) Tayler Ward (2nd)

Chelsea Parise (1st) Ashley Botts (1st)

Sue Christenson (1st) Katy Tafler (1st) Emily Berner (3rd)

2010

Katy Tafler (3rd)

ELITE 88 AWARD 2009

Natalja Stanski

2008

Katy Tafler

2014 2013 2011 2009 2008

Andrea Strauss Tayler Ward Ashley Botts Natalja Stanski Natalja Stanski Katy Tafler Katy Tafler

NCAA TOP XIII AWARD GLIAC COMMISSIONER’S AWARD

2007

99

2011

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Emily Berner Sue Christenson Irie Dennis Ashley Elsass Colleen Hillgard Katie Johnson Lauren King Lindsey Klykken Kristina Nasturzio Jamie Radley Meaghan Robinson Elena Sobolic Natalja Stanski Katy Tafler Kourtney Willert Irie Dennis Jaleen Dingledine Kristen Eible Ashley Elsass Colleen Hillgard Katie Johnson Lauren King Erin Mruz Kristina Nasturzio Meaghan Robinson Elena Sobolic Natalja Stanski Katy Tafler Amber Bloem Caitlin Boyak Sam DeNio Irie Dennis Jaleen Dingledine Kristen Eible Richelle Hills Katie Johnson Lauren King Kayla Klosterman Lindsey Marlow Kylee Merino Erin Mruz Chelsea Parise Natalja Stanski Ashley Botts* Jaleen Dingledine Kristen Eible* Erin Hilbert Richelle Hills Kayla Klosterman Lindsey Marlow Kylee Merino Alyssa Mira Erin Mruz Chelsea Parise Erin Rappleye Molly Streeter* Ashley Botts* Sam Decker* Erin Hilbert Kayla Kimble Kayla Klosterman Michelle Marcus* Lindsey Marlow Abbey Miller Alyssa Mira Erin Mruz

2012

2013

2014

2015

Chelsea Parise Molly Streeter* Tayler Ward*

Ashley Botts* Taylor Callen Sam Decker* Kelsey Fiscus Shelby Humphries Autumn Jacobs* Kayla Kimble Abbey Miller Alyssa Mira Chelsea Parise Jenny Shaba Molly Streeter* Tayler Ward* Alyssa Wesley Cassandra Wiltshire

Taylor Callen Sam Decker* Holly Ellerbroek* Olivia Emery* Kelsey Fiscus Shelby Humphries Autumn Jacobs* Kayla Kimble Katie Klunder Abbey Miller Juane Odendaal Jenny Shaba Tayler Ward*

Erika Bradfield* Emily Bush* Clare Carlson* Marti Corby* Gabbie Guibord Katie Klunder Alexis Mencotti* Juane Odendaal Maddison Reynolds* Jenny Shaba Andrea Strauss* Alyssa Wesley Katy Woolley

Erika Bradfield* Clare Carlson* Marti Corby* Maria Farmer* Gabbie Guibord* Danielle Johnson Katie Klunder Tracey McCoy* Alexis Mencotti* Gabriella Mencotti* Paige Pryson* Shannon Quinn* Maddison Reynolds* Sara Stevens Katherine Woolley

* - Denotes Academic Exellence Team Background: Ashley Botts (2009-12)


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Points YEAR 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Coach Dago Cortes

Dave DiIanni

Jeff Hosler 20 Seasons Cortes DiIanni Hosler

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Overall GLIAC GLIAC W L T W L T Finish 7 8 0 3 4 0 5th 5 11 2 2 4 1 5th 6 10 0 3 6 0 7th 10 6 0 7 3 0 4th 9 8 1 2 6 1 T-8th 6 10 1 2 7 0 8th 13 4 1 6 2 1 T-2nd 17 2 2 6 0 2 2nd 15 5 0 6 2 0 2nd 19 3 0 7 1 0 1st 19 2 1 7 1 0 T-1st 21 1 1 8 0 0 1st 22 1 0 14 0 0 1st 22 0 4 13 0 1 1st 22 1 2 12 1 2 1st 20 1 4 15 0 0 1st 20 2 3 11 1 1 T-1st 24 0 1 12 0 0 1st 22 2 2 10 1 1 T-1st 23 1 1 12 0 0 1st 322 78 26 158 39 10 56 57 5 25 32 3 221 18 18 111 6 6 45 3 3 22 1 1

NAME Kristen Pietras Kristen Pietras Kristen Pietras Cassie Teeple Cassie Teeple Megan Laudenslager Mirela Tutundzic Mirela Tutundzic Mirela Tutundzic Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Ashley Botts Kayla Addison Ashley Botts Ashley Botts Jenny Shaba Gabriella Mencotti Marti Corby

Home W L T 5 5 0 3 5 0 4 5 0 5 3 0 7 2 1 2 6 1 6 2 1 8 1 1 8 1 0 9 1 0 10 0 0 11 0 1 12 1 0 11 0 1 15 0 0 10 0 0 13 0 2 11 0 0 10 1 0 14 0 0 174 33 8 32 28 3 118 4 5 24 1 0

Away W L T 2 3 0 2 6 1 2 5 0 5 3 0 2 6 0 4 4 0 6 1 0 9 1 1 7 4 0 9 2 0 8 1 1 8 0 0 10 0 0 7 0 1 4 1 2 8 0 3 6 1 1 9 0 1 8 1 1 6 1 1 122 40 13 23 28 1 85 10 10 14 2 2

Neutral W L T 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 26 5 5 1 1 1 18 4 3 7 0 1

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

G-A 10-2 7-4 9-2 13-3 9-2 5-0 17-3 22-14 21-8 25-8 31-7 36-13 20-13 15-5 20-9 20-11 18-5 16-12 16-11 25-17

P 22 18 20 29 20 10 37 58 50 58 69 85 53 35 49 51 41 44 43 67

Goals

YEAR 1996 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

NAME Kristen Pietras Kristen Pietras Kristen Pietras Cassie Teeple Cassie Teeple Megan Laudenslager Mirela Tutundzic Mirela Tutundzic Mirela Tutundzic Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Ashley Botts Kayla Addison Ashley Botts Ashley Botts Jenny Shaba Gabriella Mencotti Marti Corby

Bold denotes school record; Background: Dave DiIanni (Head Coach, 2003-13)

G 10 7 9 13 9 20 17 22 21 25 31 36 20 15 20 20 18 16 16 25

GLIAC Tournament ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions

Assists

YEAR 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

NCAA Tournament ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Regional Final Regional Semifinal NCAA Quarterfinal NCAA Runner-Up NCAA Semifinal Regional Final NCAA Champions NCAA Champions NCAA Runner-Up NCAA Semifinal NCAA Champions NCAA Champions NCAA Champions

NAME Kelli Schmidt Kerry Kuhlenschmidt Kristen Pietras Linda Sadowski Kelli Schmidt Cassoe Teeple Amy Vanderkooi Amanda Whitmyer Jordan Stevenson Jeanna Falduto Jordan Stevenson Mirela Tutundzic Shannon Carrier Mirela Tutundzic Shannon Carrier Katy Tafler Katy Tafler Erin Mruz Erin Mruz Jaleen Dingledine Erin Mruz Alyssa Mira Jenny Shaba Jenny Shaba Marti Corby

A 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 4 14 12 9 10 13 13 14 13 13 15 9 12 16 17

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

1996

Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 7-8-0, 3-4-0 GLIAC (5th) 9/2 Hope W, 3-2 9/7 Taylor W, 3-0 9/12 at Siena Heights W, 3-1 9/18 at Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) L, 3-0 9/21 Western Michigan L, 2-0 9/25 Lewis L, 8-1 9/28 Oakland* L, 4-0 9/29 Ashland* L, 2-1 10/5 at Gannon* L, 1-0 10/6 at Mercyhurst* L, 4-0 10/12 Northwood* W, 4-1 10/13 Northern Michigan* W, 2-0 10/17 Olivet L, 3-2 10/19 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 7-0 10/21 Aquinas W, 2-0 * - GLIAC Match

1997

Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 5-11-2, 2-4-1 GLIAC (5th) 8/30 at Lewis L, 5-0 9/3 Aquinas W, 2-1 9/6 Indiana Wesleyan L, 3-1 9/10 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) L, 2-1 9/17 Siena Hieghts W, 3-1 9/21 at Findlay* L, 2-1 9/28 at Ashland* L, 3-0 9/30 Indianapolis L, 3-1 10/4 Gannon* L, 1-0 10/5 No. 14 Mercyhurst* L, 4-0 10/9 at Western Michigan L, 3-1 10/12 at Northern Michigan* W, 1-0 10/18 Saginaw Valley State* W, 2-1 10/22 at Northwood* T, 1-1 10/25 at Oakland L, 9-0 10/26 at Olivet W, 2-1 10/31 at Wisconsin-Parkside L, 3-1 11/1 vs. Winona State T, 2-2 * - GLIAC Match

1998

Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 6-10-0, 3-6-0 GLIAC (7th) 9/1 at Indiana Wesleyan L, 3-1 9/3 at Aquinas W, 4-2 9/6 Oakland L, 6-0 9/11 Lewis L, 2-0 9/13 Kentucky Wesleyan W, 5-0 9/18 at IUPUI L, 5-1 9/20 Findlay* L, 3-1 9/26 Hillsdale* W, 5-0 9/27 No. 14 Ashland* L, 4-1 10/3 at Gannon* L, 3-0 10/4 at No. 25 Mercyhurst* L, 1-0 10/7 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 4-0 10/10 Northwood* L, 1-0 10/11 Northern Michigan* W, 3-1 10/18 at Westminster* L, 1-0 10/24 Alma W, 3-1 * - GLIAC Match

101

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1999

Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 10-6-0, 7-3-0 GLIAC (4th) 8/28 at IPFW W, 15-0 8/29 Indianapolis L, 1-0 9/1 at Valparaiso L, 2-0 9/4 No. 8 West Virginia Wesleyan L, 4-0 9/10 at Lewis W, 1-0 9/12 Wisconsin-Parkside W, 1-0 9/19 at Findlay* L, 2-0 9/25 at Hillsdale* W, 5-0 9/26 at No. 4 Ashland* L, 4-0 10/2 Gannon* W, 2-1 10/3 No. 22 Mercyhurst* L, 1-0 (2OT) 10/6 Saginaw Valley State* W, 2-0 10/10 at Northern Michigan* W, 8-0 10/16 Ferris State* W, 6-0 10/17 Westminster* W, 3-1 10/20 at Northwood* W, 1-0 * - GLIAC Match

2000

Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 9-8-1, 2-6-1 GLIAC (T-8th) 8/27 at Indianapolis L, 3-1 9/2 Lewis W, 3-0 9/3 Valparaiso W, 1-0 9/9 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 1-0 9/10 at West Virginia Wesleyan W, 3-1 9/16 Hillsdale* W, 4-1 9/17 No. 7 Ashland* L, 1-0 9/23 at Gannon* L, 1-0 9/24 at Mercyhurst* L, 3-0 9/27 at Saginaw Valley State* L, 1-0 9/30 Charleston (W.Va.) W, 2-0 10/1 Northern Michigan* T, 0-0 10/5 at Loyola-Chicago L, 1-0 10/14 No. 19 Wheeling Jesuit W, 1-0 (OT) 10/18 Northwood* W, 1-0 (OT) 10/25 IPFW W, 7-0 10/29 Findlay* L, 2-1 11/3 at Ferris State* L, 1-0 * - GLIAC Match

2001

Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 6-10-1, 2-7-0 GLIAC (8th) 8/24 Indianapolis L, 3-2 8/26 at Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) W, 1-0 8/31 Lewis T, 2-2 9/7 at Missouri-Saint Louis L, 2-0 (OT) 9/9 SIUE L, 2-0 9/14 at Charleston (W.Va.) W, 3-0 9/16 at Davis & Elkins W, 2-1 9/21 Aquinas W, 2-0 10/6 Saginaw Valley State* W, 5-2 10/12 at Northern Michigan* L, 2-0 10/14 at Northwood* W, 1-0 10/17 Hillsdale* L, 1-0 10/20 Mercyhurst* L, 1-0 10/21 Gannon* L, 1-0 10/27 at Findlay* L, 1-0 10/28 at No. 7 Ashland* L, 4-0 11/3 Ferris State* L, 1-0 * - GLIAC Match

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Coach: Dago Cortes Record: 13-4-1, 6-2-1 GLIAC (4th) 8/30 Indianapolis W, 3-0 8/31 Charleston (W.Va.) W, 3-0 9/2 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) W, 4-2 9/6 vs. Quincy $ W, 2-1 9/8 vs. Southern Indiana $ L, 1-0 9/15 Missouri-Saint Louis L, 2-1 9/20 at Lewis W, 4-0 9/21 at Aquinas W, 3-0 9/28 Davis & Elkins W, 7-2 10/15 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 1-0 10/18 Northern Michigan* W, 3-1 10/20 Northwood* W, 4-2 10/23 at Hillsdale* W, 5-0 10/26 at Mercyhurst* W, 3-1 10/27 at Gannon* W, 2-0 11/2 Findlay* T, 1-1 11/3 Ashland* L, 2-1 11/9 at Ferris State* L, 1-0 * - GLIAC Match $ - Indianapolis, Ind.

2003

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 17-2-2, 6-0-2 GLIAC (2nd) 8/30 at Quincy W, 1-0 9/4 at Chico State W, 2-0 9/5 at Dominican (Calif.) W, 9-0 9/7 at No. 18 San Francisco State L, 1-0 9/13 at West Virginia Wesleyan W, 3-2 9/14 at Charleston (W.Va.) W, 5-0 9/17 Aquinas W, 3-2 9/19 at Northern Kentucky W, 1-0 9/23 Saint Francis W, 3-0 10/4 Saginaw Valley State* W, 3-0 10/5 Lewis W, 4-1 10/11 at Northern Michigan* W, 4-1 10/12 at Northwood* W, 4-0 10/15 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) W, 8-0 10/18 Mercyhurst* T, 1-1 10/19 Gannon* W, 5-2 10/25 at Findlay* W, 5-1 10/26 at No. 12 Ashland* T, 2-2 11/8 Ferris State* W, 4-0 11/14 Wisconsin-Parkside # W, 4-0 11/16 No. 18 Northern Kentucky # L, 4-3 * - GLIAC Match # - NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Allendale, Mich.)


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

2004

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 15-5-0, 6-2-0 GLIAC (2nd) 8/27 Quincy W, 4-2 8/29 Southern Indiana W, 4-0 9/3 at Missouri-Saint Louis L, 2-1 9/5 SIUE W, 1-0 9/10 at No. 23 Wisconsin-Parkside L, 4-1 9/12 at Lewis W, 5-0 9/15 Indianapolis W, 4-0 9/22 at Aquinas W, 3-0 9/25 West Virginia Wesleyan W, 7-0 9/26 Charleston (W.Va.) W, 7-0 10/1 at Saginaw Valley State* L, 3-2 (OT) 10/8 Northern Michigan* W, 3-0 10/10 Northwood* W, 2-0 10/16 at Mercyhurst* W, 4-1 10/17 at Gannon* W, 2-0 10/20 at Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) W, 5-1 10/23 Findlay* W, 5-1 10/24 No. 12 Ashland* L, 2-1 (OT) 11/6 at Ferris State* W, 3-0 11/12 at No. 5 Wis.-Parkside # L, 1-0 * - GLIAC Match # - NCAA Great Lakes Regional Semifinal (Kenosha, Wis.)

2005

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 19-3-0, 7-1-0 GLIAC (1st) 8/26 Quincy W, 3-0 8/28 Southern Indiana W, 5-0 9/2 SIUE W, 4-0 9/4 Missouri-Saint Louis L, 3-1 9/10 at California (Pa.) W, 7-0 9/11 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 2-1 (2OT) 9/17 Lewis W, 6-1 9/18 No. 5 Wisconsin-Parkside W, 1-0 9/24 at West Virginia Wesleyan W, 7-0 9/25 at Charleston (W.Va.) W, 10-0 9/28 at Northwood* W, 2-0 10/2 at Northern Michigan* W, 3-0 10/8 Mercyhurst* W, 2-1 (OT) 10/9 Gannon* W, 4-0 10/15 at Findlay* W, 4-1 10/16 at Ashland* L, 1-0 10/19 at Indianapolis W, 3-0 10/29 Saginaw Valley State* W, 3-1 11/5 Ferris State* W, 5-1 11/11 vs. No. 21 SIUE # W, 1-0 11/13 at No. 6 Northern Ky. # W, 2-0 11/20 at No. 7 Nebraska-Omaha ^ L, 2-0 * - GLIAC Match # - NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Wilder, Ky.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Omaha, Neb.)

The 2007 Lakers captured the inaugural GLIAC Tournament title with a 4-0 victory over Mercyhurst in Allendale, Mich.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2006

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 19-2-1, 7-1-0 GLIAC (1st) 8/25 Tiffin W, 8-0 8/27 Southern Indiana W, 8-0 9/2 Wheeling Jesuit W, 6-0 9/6 at Lewis W, 7-0 9/9 at Charleston (W.Va.) W, 8-0 9/10 at Concord W, 4-0 9/17 at Morehead State W, 4-1 9/22 Northwood* W, 6-0 9/24 Northern Michigan* W, 4-1 9/29 at No. 20 Mercyhurst* L, 3-0 10/1 at Gannon* W, 5-0 10/6 Findlay* W, 4-0 10/8 Ashland* W, 2-0 10/13 at No. 16 Quincy W, 3-0 10/15 at SIUE T, 0-0 10/21 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 5-0 10/27 at Ferris State* W, 5-0 11/3 No. 25 Quincy # W, 2-1 11/5 No. 25 Indianapolis # W, 2-1 11/11 No. 1 Nebraska-Omaha ^ W, 1-0 11/16 vs. No. 5 Tampa & W, 2-0 11/18 vs. No. 12 Metro State % L, 1-0 (OT) * - GLIAC Match # - NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Allendale, Mich.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Allendale, Mich.) & - NCAA Semifinal (Pensacola, Fla.) % - NCAA Championship (Pensacola, Fla.)

2007

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 21-1-1, 8-0-0 GLIAC (1st) 8/24 at Colo. School of Mines W, 1-0 8/26 at Regis W, 1-0 8/31 Missouri-Saint Louis W, 3-0 9/2 SIUE W, 5-1 9/7 Indianapolis W, 3-1 9/12 Lewis W, 5-0 9/22 at Southern Indiana W, 9-0 9/25 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) W, 3-1 9/28 at Findlay* W, 9-1 9/30 at Ashland* W, 8-0 10/5 Mercyhurst* W, 4-0 10/7 Gannon* W, 4-0 10/12 Northwood* W, 7-0 10/14 Saginaw Valley State* W, 2-1 10/18 at Tiffin W, 2-1 (OT) 10/21 at Northern Michigan* W, 3-0 10/26 at Ferris State* W, 5-0 11/2 Northern Michigan + W, 3-0 11/4 No. 23 Mercyhurst + W, 4-0 11/11 Mercyhurst # T, 1-1 11/16 vs. Drury @ W, 4-1 11/18 vs. No. 23 Neb.-Omaha ^ W, 1-0 11/29 vs. No. 14 Tampa & L, 2-1 * - GLIAC Match + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) # - NCAA Great Lakes Regional Semifinal (Allendale, Mich.) -Advanced via penalty kicks (3-0) @ - NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship (Mankato, Minn.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Mankato, Minn.) & - NCAA Semifinal (Orange Beach, Ala.)

2008

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 22-1-0, 14-0-0 GLIAC (1st) 8/29 No. 1 Tampa W, 1-0 8/31 Southern Indiana W, 5-0 9/5 at Quincy W, 2-0 9/7 at Missouri-Saint Louis W, 1-0 9/10 at Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) W, 5-2 9/14 at Ferris State* W, 3-0 9/19 at Northern Michigan* W, 1-0 9/21 Ashland* W, 4-0 9/26 at Findlay* W, 3-0 9/28 at Tiffin* W, 1-0 10/3 Northwood* W, 10-0 10/5 Saginaw Valley State* W, 1-0 10/10 Northern Michigan* W, 2-0 10/12 at Ashland* W, 6-0 10/17 Findlay* W, 7-1 10/19 Tiffin* W, 7-0 10/24 at Northwood* W, 4-0 10/26 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 2-1 (OT) 11/1 Ferris State* W, 3-0 11/7 Ferris State + W, 3-0 11/9 Saginaw Valley State + W, 2-0 11/16 Quincy # W, 2-0 11/21 No. 8 Wisconsin-Parkside # L, 1-0 * - GLIAC Match + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) # - NCAA Midwest Regional (Allendale, Mich.)

2009

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 22-0-4, 13-0-1 GLIAC (1st) 8/28 vs. No. 6 Columbus State $ T, 0-0 8/30 at No. 24 Tampa W, 4-0 9/4 Missouri-Saint Louis W, 8-2 9/6 Quincy W, 2-0 9/13 Ferris State* W, 4-1 9/18 Northern Michigan* W, 4-0 9/20 at Ashland* W, 2-0 9/23 vs. No. 25 Indianapolis ! W, 4-1 9/25 Findlay* W, 1-0 9/27 Tiffin* W, 7-0 10/2 at Northwood* W, 8-0 10/4 at Saginaw Valley State* T, 1-1 10/9 at Northern Michigan* W, 4-1 10/11 Ashland* W, 5-0 10/16 at Findlay* W, 6-0 10/18 at Tiffin* W, 2-1 10/25 Saginaw Valley State* W, 2-0 10/28 Northwood* W, 8-0 10/30 at Ferris State* W, 2-1 11/6 Northern Michigan + W, 9-1 11/8 Saginaw Valley State + T, 1-1 11/15 Bellarmine # W, 1-0 11/20 vs. No. 11 Northern Ky. @ T, 0-0 11/22 vs. No. 21 Colorado Mines ^ W, 3-0 12/3 vs. No. 2 Saint Rose & W, 3-2 (OT) 12/5 vs. No. 15 Cal St. Dom. Hills % W, 1-0 $ - Tampa, Fla. * - GLIAC Match ! - Fort Wayne, Ind. + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) -Advanced via penalty kicks (3-0) # - NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal (Allendale, Mich.) @ - NCAA Midwest Regional Championship (Denver, Colo.) -Advanced via penalty kicks (5-4) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Denver, Colo.) & - NCAA Semifinal (Tampa, Fla.) % - NCAA Championship (Tampa, Fla.)

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2010

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 22-1-2, 12-1-2 GLIAC (1st) 9/3 Winona State W, 1-0 9/5 Minnesota State W, 4-0 9/8 at Ferris State W, 3-0 9/10 at Northwood W, 5-0 9/12 at Saginaw Valley State* T, 2-2 9/17 at Michigan Tech* W, 5-0 9/19 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-0 (OT) 9/24 Lake Erie* W, 7-0 9/26 Ashland* W, 3-0 9/28 vs. Indianapolis $ W, 3-0 10/3 Ohio Dominican* W, 6-0 10/8 Northwood* W, 10-0 10/10 Saginaw Valley State* W, 3-0 10/15 Northern Michigan* W, 2-0 10/17 Michigan Tech* W, 5-0 10/22 at Tiffin* T, 1-1 10/24 at Findlay* W, 3-1 10/30 Ferris State* W, 6-0 11/5 Findlay + W, 4-0 11/7 Tiffin + W, 2-0 11/14 Quincy # W, 3-0 11/19 No. 15 Wis.-Parkside # W, 3-0 11/21 No. 3 Fort Lewis ^ W, 5-0 12/2 vs. Florida Tech & W, 2-0 12/4 vs. No. 12 UC San Diego % W, 4-0 * - GLIAC Match $ - Fort Wayne, Ind. + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) # - NCAA Midwest Regional (Allendale, Mich.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Allendale, Mich.) & - NCAA Semifinal (Louisville, Ky.) % - NCAA Championship (Louisville, Ky.)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 20-1-4, 15-0-0 GLIAC (1st) 9/2 at No. 15 Winona State T, 1-1 9/4 at Minnesota State T, 1-1 9/11 Saginaw Valley State* W, 1-0 (2OT) 9/16 Michigan Tech* W, 4-0 9/18 No. 13 Northern Michigan* W, 2-0 9/20 vs. Indianapolis $ W, 2-1 9/23 at Lake Erie* W, 4-0 9/25 at Ashland* W, 5-0 9/28 Ferris State* W, 3-1 9/30 Northwood* W, 7-1 10/2 at Ohio Dominican* W, 1-0 10/7 at Northwood* W, 4-0 10/9 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 2-0 10/14 at Northern Michigan* W, 5-0 10/16 at Michigan Tech* W, 3-0 10/21 Tiffin* W, 4-0 10/23 Findlay* W, 2-0 10/29 at Ferris State* W, 1-0 11/4 Tiffin + W, 2-0 11/6 Ashland + W, 2-0 11/13 Wisconsin-Parkside # W, 3-1 11/18 vs. No. 9 Northern Ky. @ W, 3-1 11/20 at No. 8 Colorado Mines ^ T, 0-0 12/1 vs. Chico State & T, 1-1 12/3 vs. No. 10 Saint Rose % L, 2-1 * - GLIAC Match $ - Fort Wayne, Ind. + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) # - NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal (Allendale, Mich.) @ - NCAA Midwest Regional Championship (Golden, Colo.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Golden, Colo.) -Advanced via penalty kicks (4-2) & - NCAA Semifinal (Pensacola, Fla.) -Advanced via penalty kicks (3-2) % - NCAA Championship (Pensacola, Fla.)

Right: GVSU’s 2013 team celebrated the program’s third NCAA Championship victory. The club matched the NCAA Division II record for shutouts in a season (21) and never trailed in any of its 25 matches.

Background: Katy Tafler (‘08) and Kristen Eible (‘10).

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2012

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 20-2-3, 11-1-1 GLIAC (T-1st) 8/31 No. 3 Armstrong Atlantic State W, 3-1 9/2 Indianapolis W, 4-1 9/7 vs. Minnesota Duluth $ W, 5-0 9/9 at No. 24 Minnesota State T, 0-0 9/12 Ferris State W, 1-0 9/14 Ashland* W, 2-0 9/16 Ohio Dominican* W, 2-0 9/21 Saginaw Valley State* T, 0-0 9/23 Northwood* W, 3-0 9/28 at Malone* W, 8-0 9/30 at Walsh* W, 3-0 10/6 at Ferris State* W, 3-0 10/12 at Findlay* L, 3-2 10/14 at Tiffin* W, 2-0 10/19 Michigan Tech* W, 5-0 10/21 Northern Michigan* W, 8-0 10/26 at Lake Erie* W, 3-0 10/28 at Notre Dame (Ohio)* W, 2-0 10/30 Northwood + W, 6-1 11/2 Ferris State + W, 4-0 11/4 Saginaw Valley State + W, 4-0 11/11 Rockhurst # W, 3-1 11/16 Wisconsin-Parkside # W, 2-0 11/18 No. 17 Minnesota State ^ T, 2-2 11/29 vs. No. 5 UC San Diego & L, 2-1 $ - Mankato, Minn.; * - GLIAC Match + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) # - NCAA Midwest Regional (Allendale, Mich.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Allendale, Mich.) -Advanced via penalty kicks (5-4) & - NCAA Semifinal (Evans, Ga.)

2013

Coach: Dave DiIanni Record: 24-0-1, 12-0-0 GLIAC (1st) 9/6 at No. 5 Armstrong Atl. State T, 0-0 vs. No. 13 Columbus State $ W, 2-0 9/8 9/15 No. 4 Minnesota State W, 2-0 9/20 at Ashland* W, 2-0 9/22 at Ohio Dominican* W, 1-0 9/27 at Saginaw Valley State* W, 1-0 9/29 at Northwood* W, 5-0 10/4 Malone* W, 8-0 10/6 Walsh* W, 7-0 10/9 at Indianapolis W, 2-0 10/12 Ferris State* W, 6-0 10/18 Findlay* W, 7-0 10/20 Tiffin* W, 13-0 10/25 at Michigan Tech* W, 2-1 10/27 at Northern Michigan* W, 3-0 10/30 at Ferris State W, 1-0 11/1 Lake Erie* W, 1-0 11/5 Northwood + W, 1-0 11/8 Ferris State + W, 7-0 11/10 Michigan Tech + W, 2-0 11/17 Rockhurst # W, 5-0 11/22 vs. No. 8 Quincy @ W, 2-1 11/24 at Minnesota Duluth ^ W, 2-1 12/5 vs. No. 13 American Int’l & W, 4-1 12/7 vs. No. 3 West Florida % W, 2-0 $ - Savannah, Ga.; * - GLIAC Match + - GLIAC Tournament (Allendale, Mich.) # - NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal (Allendale, Mich.) @ - NCAA Midwest Regional Championship (Duluth, Minn.) ^ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Duluth, Minn.) & - NCAA Semifinal (Evans, Ga.) % - NCAA Championship (Evans, Ga.)

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Alma (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1998 W 3-1 H

American International (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2013 W 4-1 1 1-NCAA Semifinal, Blanchard Woods Park, Evans, Ga.

Aquinas (7-0-0)

H: 4-0-0 / A: 3-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 2-0 H 1997 W 2-1 H 1998 W 4-2 A 2001 W 2-0 H 2002 W 3-0 A 2003 W 3-2 H 2004 W 3-0 A

Armstrong Atlantic State (1-0-1)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-1 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2012 W 3-1 H 2013 T 0-0 A

Ashland (11-9-1)

H: 6-5-0 / A: 5-4-1 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 2-1 H 1997 L 3-0 A 1998 L 4-1 H 1999 L 4-0 A 2000 L 1-0 H 2001 L 4-0 A 2002 L 2-1 H 2003 T 2-2 A 2004 L 2-1 H 2005 L 1-0 A 2006 W 2-0 H 2007 W 8-0 A 2008 W 4-0 H 2008 W 6-0 A 2009 W 2-0 A 2009 W 5-0 H 2010 W 3-0 H 2011 W 5-0 A 2011 W 2-0 H 2012 W 2-0 H 2013 W 2-0 A

Bellarmine (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2009 W 1-0 H

California (Pa.) (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2005 W 7-0 A

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Cal State Dominguez Hills (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2009 W 1-0 1 1-NCAA Championship, Pepin Stadium, Tampa, Fla.

Charleston (W.va.) (7-0-0)

H: 3-0-0 / A: 4-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2000 W 2-0 H 2001 W 3-0 A 2002 W 3-0 H 2003 W 5-0 A 2004 W 7-0 H 2005 W 10-0 A 2006 W 8-0 A

Chico State (1-0-1)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-1 Year W/L/T Score Site 2003 W 2-0 A 2011 T 1-1* 1 *-Won via penalty kicks (3-2) 1-NCAA Semifinal, Brosnaham Park, Pensacola, Fla.

Colorado School of Mines (2-0-1)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-1 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2007 W 1-0 A 2009 W 3-0 1 2011 T 0-0* A *-Won via penalty kicks (4-2) 1-NCAA Quarterfinal, Auraria Field, Denver, Colo.

Columbus State (1-0-1)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-0-1 Year W/L/T Score Site 2009 T 0-0 1 2013 W 2-0 2 1-Pepin Stadium, Tampa, Fla. 2-Clash on the Coast, Savannah, Ga.

Concord (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2006 W 4-0 A

Davis & Elkins (2-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2001 W 2-1 A 2002 W 7-2 H

Dominican (Calif.) (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2003 W 9-0 A

Drury (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2007 W 4-1 1 1-NCAA Regional Final, The Pitch at Gage Towers,

Mankato, Minn.

Ferris State (21-3-0)

H: 12-1-0 / A: 9-2-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1999 W 6-0 H 2000 L 1-0 A 2001 L 1-0 H 2002 L 1-0 A 2003 W 4-0 H 2004 W 3-0 A 2005 W 5-1 H 2006 W 5-0 A 2007 W 5-0 A 2008 W 3-0 A 2008 W 3-0 H 2008 W 3-0 H 2009 W 4-1 H 2009 W 2-1 A 2010 W 3-0 A 2010 W 6-0 H 2011 W 3-1 H 2011 W 1-0 A 2012 W 1-0 H 2012 W 3-0 A 2012 W 4-0 H 2013 W 6-0 H 2013 W 1-0 A 2013 W 7-0 H

Findlay (13-6-1)

H: 7-2-1 / A: 6-4-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1997 L 2-1 A 1998 L 3-1 H 1999 L 2-0 A 2000 L 2-1 H 2001 L 1-0 A 2002 T 1-1 H 2003 W 5-1 A 2004 W 5-1 H 2005 W 4-1 A 2006 W 4-0 H 2007 W 9-1 A 2008 W 3-0 A 2008 W 7-1 H 2009 W 1-0 H 2009 W 6-0 A 2010 W 3-1 A 2010 W 4-0 H 2011 W 2-0 H 2012 L 3-2 A 2013 W 7-0 H

Florida Tech (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 2-0 1 1-NCAA Semifinal, Owsley B. Frazier Stadium, Louisville, Ky.

Fort Lewis (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 5-0 H

Gannon (7-5-0)

H: 4-2-0 / A: 3-3-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 1-0 A 1997 L 1-0 H 1998 L 3-0 A 1999 W 2-1 H 2000 L 1-0 A 2001 L 1-0 H 2002 W 2-0 A 2003 W 5-2 H 2004 W 2-0 A 2005 W 4-0 H 2006 W 5-0 A 2007 W 4-0 H

Hillsdale (4-1-0)

H: 2-1-0 / A: 2-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1998 W 5-0 H 1999 W 5-0 A 2000 W 4-1 H 2001 L 1-0 H 2002 W 5-0 A

Hope (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 3-2 H

Indiana (Pa.) (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2000 W 1-0 A

Indiana Wesleyan (0-2-0)

H: 0-1-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1997 L 3-1 H 1998 L 3-1 A

Indianapolis (10-4-0)

H: 5-3-0 / A: 2-1-0 / N: 3-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1997 L 3-1 H 1999 L 1-0 H 2000 L 3-1 A 2001 L 3-2 H 2002 W 3-0 H 2004 W 4-0 H 2005 W 3-0 A 2006 W 2-1 H 2007 W 3-1 H 2009 W 4-1 1 2010 W 3-0 1 2011 W 2-1 1 2012 W 4-1 H 2013 W 2-0 A 1-Fort Wayne (Ind.) Sport Club

IPFW (2-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1999 W 15-0 A 2000 W 7-0 H

IuPuI (0-1-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0

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kentucky Wesleyan (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1998 W 5-0 H

Lake Erie (5-0-0)

H: 2-0-0 / A: 2-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 7-0 H 2011 W 4-0 A 2012 W 3-0 A 2013 W 1-0 H 2014 W 3-1 A

Lewis (8-3-1)

H: 4-2-1 / A: 4-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 8-1 H 1997 L 5-0 A 1998 L 2-0 H 1999 W 1-0 A 2000 W 3-0 H 2001 T 2-2 H 2002 W 4-0 A 2003 W 4-1 H 2004 W 5-0 A 2005 W 6-1 H 2006 W 7-0 A 2007 W 5-0 H

Loyola-Chicago (0-1-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2000 L 1-0 A

Malone (3-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2012 W 8-0 A 2013 W 8-0 H 2014 W 5-0 H

Mercyhurst (5-7-2)

H: 3-3-2 / A: 2-4-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 4-0 A 1997 L 4-0 H 1998 L 1-0 A 1999 L 1-0 H 2000 L 3-0 A 2001 L 1-0 H 2002 W 3-1 A 2003 T 1-1 H 2004 W 4-1 A 2005 W 2-1 H 2006 L 3-0 A 2007 W 4-0 H 2007 W 4-0 H 2007 T 1-1* H *-Won via penalty kicks (3-0)

Metro State (0-1-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-1-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2006 L 1-0 1 1-NCAA Championship, Brosnaham Park, Pensacola, Fla.

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Michigan Tech (7-0-1)

H: 4-0-0 / A: 3-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 5-0 A 2010 W 5-0 H 2011 W 4-0 H 2011 W 3-0 A 2012 W 5-0 H 2013 W 2-1 A 2013 W 2-0 H 2014 T 0-0 A

Minnesota Duluth (2-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2012 W 5-0 1 2013 W 2-1 A 1-The Pitch at Gage Towers, Mankato, Minn.

Minnesota State (2-0-3)

H: 2-0-1 / A: 0-0-2 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 4-0 H 2011 T 1-1 A 2012 T 0-0 A 2012 T 2-2* H 2013 W 2-0 H *-Won via penalty kicks (5-4)

Missouri-Saint Louis (3-4-0)

H: 2-2-0 / A: 1-2-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2001 L 2-0 A 2002 L 2-1 H 2004 L 2-1 A 2005 L 3-1 H 2007 W 3-0 H 2008 W 1-0 A 2009 W 8-2 H

Morehead State (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2006 W 4-1 A

Nebraska-Omaha (2-1-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2005 L 2-0 A 2006 W 1-0 H 2007 W 1-0 1 1-NCAA Quarterfinal, The Pitch at Gage Towers, Mankato, Minn.

Northern kentucky (3-1-1)

H: 0-1-0 / A: 2-0-0 / N: 1-0-1 Year W/L/T Score Site 2003 W 1-0 A 2003 L 4-3 H 2005 W 2-0 A 2009 T 0-0* 1 2011 W 3-1 2 *-Won via penalty kicks (5-4) 1-NCAA Regional Final, Auraria Field, Denver, Colo. 2-NCAA Regional Final, CSM Soccer Stadium, Golden, Colo.

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Northern Michigan (22-2-1)

H: 12-0-1 / A: 9-2-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 2-0 H 1997 W 1-0 A 1998 W 3-1 H 1999 W 8-0 A 2000 T 0-0 H 2001 L 2-0 A 2002 W 3-1 H 2003 W 4-1 A 2004 W 3-0 H 2005 W 3-0 A 2006 W 4-1 H 2007 W 3-0 A 2007 W 3-0 H 2008 W 1-0 A 2008 W 2-0 H 2009 W 4-0 H 2009 W 4-1 A 2009 W 9-1 H 2010 L 1-0 A 2010 W 2-0 H 2011 W 2-0 H 2011 W 3-0 A 2012 W 8-0 H 2013 W 3-0 A 2014 W 7-0 H

Northwood (23-1-1)

H: 12-1-0 / A: 10-0-1 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 4-1 H 1997 T 1-1 A 1998 L 1-0 H 1999 W 1-0 A 2000 W 1-0 H 2001 W 1-0 A 2002 W 4-2 H 2003 W 4-0 A 2004 W 2-0 H 2005 W 2-0 A 2006 W 6-0 H 2007 W 7-0 H 2008 W 10-0 H 2008 W 4-0 A 2009 W 4-0 A 2009 W 8-0 H 2010 W 5-0 A 2010 W 10-0 H 2011 W 5-0 A 2011 W 7-1 A 2012 W 3-0 H 2012 W 6-1 H 2013 W 5-0 A 2013 W 1-0 H 2014 W 3-1 A

Notre Dame (Ohio) (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2012 W 2-0 A

Oakland (0-3-0)

H: 0-2-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 4-0 H 1997 L 9-0 A 1998 L 6-0 H

Ohio Dominican (4-1-0)

H: 2-0-0 / A: 2-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 6-0 H 2011 W 1-0 A 2012 W 2-0 H 2013 W 1-0 A 2014 W 0-1 H

Olivet (1-1-0)

H: 0-1-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 3-2 H 1997 W 2-1 A

Quincy (11-0-0)

H: 6-0-0 / A: 4-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2002 W 2-1 1 2003 W 1-0 A 2004 W 4-2 H 2005 W 3-0 H 2006 W 3-0 A 2006 W 2-1 H 2008 W 2-0 A 2008 W 2-0 H 2009 W 2-0 H 2010 W 3-0 H 2013 W 2-1 2 1-Indianapolis, Ind. 2-NCAA Regional Final, James S. Malosky Stadium, Duluth, Minn.

Regis (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2007 W 1-0 A

Rockhurst (2-0-0)

H: 2-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2012 W 3-1 H 2013 W 5-0 H

Saginaw valley State (20-2-4)

H: 12-0-2 / A: 7-2-2 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 7-0 A 1997 W 2-1 H 1998 W 4-0 A 1999 W 2-0 H 2000 L 1-0 A 2001 W 5-2 H 2002 W 1-0 A 2003 W 3-0 H 2004 L 3-2 A 2005 W 3-1 H 2006 W 5-0 A 2007 W 2-1 H 2008 W 1-0 H 2008 W 2-1 A 2008 W 2-0 H 2009 T 1-1 A 2009 W 2-0 H 2009 T 1-1* H 2010 T 2-2 A 2010 W 3-0 H 2011 W 1-0 H 2011 W 2-0 A 2012 T 0-0 H 2012 W 4-0 H 2013 W 1-0 A 2014 W 2015 W


322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Saint Francis (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2003 W 3-0 H

Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) (6-2-0)

H: 3-1-0 / A: 3-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 3-0 A 1997 L 2-1 H 2001 W 1-0 A 2002 W 4-2 H 2003 W 8-0 H 2004 W 5-1 A 2007 W 3-1 H 2008 W 5-2 A

Saint Rose (2-1-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-1-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2009 W 3-2 1 2011 L 2-1 2 2014 W 1-1 1-NCAA Semifinal, Pepin Stadium, Tampa, Fla. 2-NCAA Championship, Brosnaham Park, Pensacola, Fla.

San Francisco State (0-1-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2003 L 1-0 A

Siena Heights (2-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 3-1 A 1997 W 3-1 H

SIuE (4-1-1)

H: 2-1-0 / A: 1-0-1 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2001 L 2-0 H 2004 W 1-0 A 2005 W 4-0 H 2005 W 1-0 1 2006 T 0-0 A 2007 W 5-1 H 1-NCAA Regional Semifinal, NKU Soccer Stadium, Wilder, Ky.

Southern Indiana (5-1-0)

H: 4-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-1-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2002 L 1-0 1 2004 W 4-0 H 2005 W 5-0 H 2006 W 8-0 H 2007 W 9-0 A 2008 W 5-0 H

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Tampa (3-1-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 1-1-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2006 W 2-0 1 2007 L 2-1 2 2008 W 1-0 H 2009 W 4-0 A 1-NCAA Semifinal, Brosnaham Park, Pensacola, Fla. 2-NCAA Semifinal, City of Orange Sportsplex, Orange Beach, Ala.

Taylor (1-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 W 3-0 H

Tiffin (11-0-1)

H: 7-0-0 / A: 4-0-1 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2006 W 8-0 H 2007 W 2-1 A 2008 W 1-0 A 2008 W 7-0 H 2009 W 7-0 H 2009 W 2-1 A 2010 T 1-1 A 2010 W 2-0 H 2011 W 4-0 H 2011 W 2-0 H 2012 W 2-0 A 2013 W 13-0 H 2014 W 5-0 A

uC San Diego (1-1-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-1-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2010 W 4-0 1 2012 L 2-1 2 1-NCAA Championship, Owsley B. Frazier Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 2-NCAA Semifinal, Blanchard Woods Park, Evans, Ga.

valparaiso (1-1-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1999 L 2-0 A 2000 W 1-0 H

Westminster (1-1-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1998 L 1-0 A 1999 W 3-1 H

West virginia Wesleyan (4-1-0)

H: 2-1-0 / A: 2-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1999 L 4-0 H 2000 W 3-1 A 2003 W 3-2 A 2004 W 7-0 H 2005 W 7-0 H

Wheeling Jesuit (3-0-0)

H: 2-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2000 W 1-0 H 2005 W 2-1 A 2006 W 6-0 H

Winona State (1-0-2)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 0-0-1 / N: 0-0-1 Year W/L/T Score Site 1997 T 2-2 N 2010 W 1-0 H 2011 T 1-1 A

Wisconsin-Parkside (7-4-0)

H: 6-1-0 / A: 0-3-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1997 L 3-1 A 1999 W 1-0 H 2003 W 4-0 H 2004 L 4-1 A 2004 L 1-0 A 2005 W 1-0 H 2008 L 1-0 H 2010 W 3-0 H 2011 W 3-1 H 2012 W 2-0 H 2014 W 1-0 2

Walsh (3-0-0)

H: 1-0-0 / A: 1-0-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2012 W 3-0 A 2013 W 7-0 H 2014 W 3-0 H

West Florida (1-0-0)

H: 0-0-0 / A: 0-0-0 / N: 1-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 2013 W 2-0 1 1-NCAA Championship, Blanchard Woods Park, Evans, Ga.

Western Michigan (0-2-0)

H: 0-1-0 / A: 0-1-0 / N: 0-0-0 Year W/L/T Score Site 1996 L 2-0 H 1997 L 3-1 A

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

Alma American International Aquinas Armstrong Atlantic State Ashland Bellarmine California (Pa.) Cal State Dominguez Hills California State San B’Dino Central Missouri Charleston (W.Va.) Chico State Colorado School of Mines Columbus State Concord Davis & Elkins Dominican (Calif.) Drury Ferris State Findlay Florida Tech Fort Lewis Gannon Hillsdale Hope Indiana (Pa.) Indiana Wesleyan Indianapolis IPFW IUPUI Kentucky Wesleyan Lake Erie Lewis Loyola-Chicago Malone Mercyhurst Metro State Michigan Tech Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Missouri-St. Louis Morehead State Nebraska-Omaha Northern Kentucky Northern Michigan Northwood Notre Dame (Ohio) Oakland Ohio Dominican Olivet Quincy Regis Rollins Rockhurst Saginaw Valley State Saint Francis

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W-L-T % 1-0-0 1-0-0 7-0-0 1-0-1 14-9-1 3-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 7-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-1 2-0-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 25-3-0 15-6-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 7-5-0 4-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 11-4-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 6-0-0 8-3-1 0-1-0 5-0-0 5-7-2 0-1-0 9-0-1 2-0-0 3-1-3 3-4-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 3-1-1 23-2-1 24-1-1 1-0-0 0-3-0 7-1-0 1-1-0 12-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 22-2-4 1-0-0

1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 .604 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .750 .833 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .892 .704 1.00 1.000 .583 .800 1.000 1.000 .000 .733 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .708 .000 1.000 .429 .000 .950 1.000 .642 .429 1.000 .667 .700 .903 .942 1.000 .000 .875 .500 .923 1.000 1.000 1.000 .857 1.000

SERIES RECORDS

LAST MATCH

W, 3-1; 10/24/98 W, 4-1; 12/5/13 W, 3-0; 9/22/04 T, 0-0; 9/6/13 W, 5-0; 11/8/15 W, 2-1; 11/20/15 W, 7-0; 9/10/05 W, 1-0; 12/5/09 W, 5-1 9/11/15 T, 1-1; 11/22/15 W, 8-0; 9/9/06 T, 1-1; 12/1/11 T, 0-0; 11/20/11 W, 2-0; 12/5/15 W, 4-0; 9/10/06 W, 7-2; 9/28/02 W, 9-0; 9/5/03 W, 4-1; 11/16/07 W, 2-0; 10/30/15 W, 6-0; 9/18/15 W, 2-0; 12/2/10 W, 5-0; 11/21/10 W, 4-0; 10/7/07 W, 5-0; 10/23/02 W, 3-2; 9/2/96 W, 1-0; 9/9/00 L, 3-1; 9/1/98 W, 6-0; 10/1/14 W, 7-0; 10/25/00 L, 5-1; 9/18/98 W, 5-0; 9/13/98 W, 7-0; 9/20/15 W, 5-0; 9/12/07 L, 1-0; 10/5/00 W, 6-0; 11/3/15 T, 1-1; 11/11/07 L, 1-0; 11/18/06 W, 7-0; 10/16/15 W, 2-1; 11/24/13 W, 2-1; 9/13/15 W, 8-2; 9/4/09 W, 4-1; 9/17/06 W, 1-0; 11/18/07 T, 0-0; 11/22/09 W, 7-0; 10/18/15 W, 5-1; 10/4/15 W, 2-0; 10/28/12 L, 6-0; 9/6/98 W, 3-0; 11/6/15 W, 2-1; 10/26/97 L, 0-3; 9/4/15 W, 1-0; 8/26/07 W, 3-0; 12/6/14 W, 5-0; 11/17/13 W, 2-0; 10/2/15 W, 3-0; 9/23/03

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6-2-0 .750 1-1-1 .500 0-1-0 .000 2-0-0 1.000 4-1-1 .750 5-1-0 .833 Southwest Minnesota State 1-0-0 1.000 Tampa 3-1-0 .750 Taylor 1-0-0 1.000 Tiffin 13-0-1 .964 Truman State 1-0-0 1.000 UC San Diego 1-1-0 .500 Valparaiso 1-1-0 .500 Walsh 4-0-0 1.000 West Florida 1-0-0 1.000 Western Michigan 0-2-0 .000 Western Washington 1-0-0 1.000 Westminster 1-1-0 .500 West Virginia Wesleyan 4-1-0 .800 Wheeling Jesuit 3-0-0 1.000 Winona State 1-0-2 .500 Wisconsin-Parkside 7-4-0 .636 TOTAL 322-78-26 .786

W, 5-2; 9/10/08 T, 1-1; 12/4/14 L, 1-0; 9/7/03 W, 3-1; 9/17/97 W, 5-1; 9/2/07 W, 5-0; 8/31/08 W, 3-1; 9/12/14 W, 4-0; 8/30/09 W, 3-0; 9/7/96 W, 4-0; 9/25/15 W, 3-0; 9/7/14 L, 2-1; 11/29/12 W, 1-0; 9/3/00 W, 1-0; 10/23/15 W, 2-0; 12/7/13 L, 3-1; 10/9/97 W, 3-2 12/3/15 W, 3-1; 10/17/99 W, 7-0; 9/24/05 W, 6-0; 9/2/06 T, 1-1; 9/2/11 W, 1-0; 11/21/14


A

322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Aceto, Elizabeth: 2002-03 Addison, Kayla: 2009-12 Ales, Katie: 2003-06 Aukeman, Marcie: 1999 Avendt, Melanie: 1999-00

B

Bacyinski, Melissa: 1997-99 Bauer, Melissa: 2002-03 Berman, Jill: 2004 Berner, Emily: 2004-07 Binder, Jaclyn: 2004 Bloem, Amber: 2007-09 Bondy, Rachel: 2003-04 Botts, Ashley: 2009-12 Bounds, Katie: 2012Boyak, Caitlin: 2008-09 Bradfield, Erika: 2013Brown, Maria: 2009-12 Brown, Megan: 2008-11 Bush, Emily: 2013-

C

Callen, Taylor: 2010-13 Capoccia, Kelly: 2012 Carlson, Clare: 2013Caroselli, Andrea: 1999-01 Carrier, Shannon: 2003-06 Casper, Alex: 2004 Christenson, Sue: 2004-07 Corby, Marti: 2013-

D

Daugherty, Beverly: 1997-00 Decker, Sam: 2010-13 DeNio, Sam: 2007-09 Dennis, Irie: 2006-09 Dewberry, Erica: 1998-00 Dilly, Elizabeth: 1998 Dingledine, Jaleen: 2007-10 Duda, Kate: 2003-05

E

Eible, Kristen: 2007-10 Elenbaas, Danielle: 2003 Ellerbroek, Holly: 2013 Ellis, Sadie: 2003 Elsass, Ashley: 2005-08 Emery, Olivia: 2013 Emmett, Makenzie: 1997-98 Eppard, Carrie: 1996

F

Falduto, Jeanna: 2001-04 Finnerty, Courtney: 2004 Fiscus, Kelsey: 2010-13 Foote, Michelle: 2013 Farmer, Maria: 2014-15

G

Gaiser, Katherine: 2001-02 Gienap, Abby: 2000-03 Guibord, Gabbie: 2013-

H

LETTERWINNERS BY NAME

Haines, Lynn: 1996 Henson, Melissa: 2000-03 Hilbert, Erin: 2009-12 Hilker, Julie: 1998-99 Hillgard, Colleen: 2005-08 Hills, Richelle: 2009-10 Hooker, Lesley: 2002 Horter, Marcy: 1998 Hosfeld, Nicole: 1997 Humphries, Shelby: 2010-13 Hurlburt, Mackenzie: 2014

I

Ide, Melissa: 1996

J

Jacobs, Autumn: 2011-13 Johnson, Dani: 2014Johnson, Kara: 1998 Johnson, Katie: 2006-09 Jud, Molly: 2002 Junga, Jenny: 2002-05

K

Kimble, Kayla: 2010-13 King, Lauren: 2006-09 Kinzer, Kristina: 1998 Klosterman, Kayla: 2008-11 Klunder, Katie: 2012Krause, Katelyn: 2012 Klykken, Lindsey: 2004-07 Kuhlenschmidt, Kerry: 1996-97

L

Lange, Jaci: 2002-05 Lauderslager, Megan: 1999-02 Lee, Kristen: 1999-01 Leszczynski, Kristin: 2000-03 Locke, Kaitlin: 2000 Luther, Cheryl: 1999

M

Marcus, Michelle: 2010-11 Marion, Angie: 1998 Marlow, Lindsey: 2008-11 Mason, Kelli: 1996 Mayer, Ashleigh: 2004 Mazer, Madison: 2014 McCabe, Sarah: 1999 McCarthy, Megan: 2005-06 McCoy, Tracey: 2014McMillan, Casey: 2012 Mencotti, Alexis: 2014Mencotti, Gabriella: 2014Merino, Kylee: 2007-10 Miller, Abbey: 2010-13 Mira, Alyssa: 2009-12 Mohagheghpour, Vida: 2005 Morovich, Jennifer: 1996 Mruz, Erin: 2008-11 Murphy, Erin: 2003-06 Murphy, Shannon: 2005-06

N

Nasturzio, Kristina: 2005-08 Nees, Stephanie: 1999

O

Odendaal, Juane: 2011-14

P

Parise, Chelsea: 2009-2012 Pietras, Kristen: 1996-98 Pirlot, Sarah: 1999 Pitroff, Erika: 2007-10 Plum, Tricia: 1999-02 Pryson, Paige: 2014-

Q

Quinn, Shannon: 2014-

R

Radley, Jamie: 2005-08 Raiche, Danielle: 2001 Rappleye, Erin: 2009-10 Raynovich, April: 2003-04 Redmond, Andi: 2003-05 Renes, Tracie: 1997 Reynolds, Maddison: 2014Richards, Penny: 1996, 98-99 Richardson, Theresa: 1996 Ricketts, Jamie: 1996-97 Robinson, Meaghan: 2005-08 Rodriguez, Kara: 2001 Rose, Erica: 2003-06 Rose, Joyce: 2005-08 Rothermel, Kelsey: 2011 Rozum, Katie: 2002-04, 06

T

Tafler, Katy: 2005-08 Teeple, Cassie: 1999-00 Temby, Ashley: 2006 Trost, Jessica: 2010-11 Tutundzic, Mirela: 2002-05

V

Vanderberghe, Kristi: 2004 Vanderkooi, Amy: 1998-01 Versluis, Michelle: 2000-03

W

Ward, Tayler: 2010-13 Warner, Brooke: 1998 Warner, Sara: 1998 Weist, Danielle: 2001 Wenglinski, Jenna: 2007-10 Wesley, Alyssa: 2011-14 Whitmeyer, Amanda: 2000-01 Wilkins, Faith: 1998-99, 01 Willert, Kourtney: 2004-07 Wilson, Becky: 1999-01 Wiltshire, Cassandra: 2011-12 Williams, Natalie: 1998 Woolley, Katy: 2013-

Z

Zahn, Lindsey: 2009 Zbikowski, Sara: 2002-03

S

Sadowski, Linda: 1997 Schlosser, Kaely: 2014 Schmehl, Jessica: 2000-02 Schmidt, Kelli: 1996-98 Shaba, Jenny: 2011-14 Snow, Kate: 2002 Snow, Trisha: 1999-02 Sobolic, Elena: 2005-08 Socia, Charlie: 2011-14 Spika, Erin: 2002-03 Stacy, Tara: 2005 Stahr, Kristy: 1999 Stanski, Natalja: 2006-09 Stauffer, Kendra: 2013Steinaway, Jennifer: 2014Stevens, Sara: 2014 Stevenson, Jordan: 2000-03 Stout, Jennifer: 1996 Strauss, Andrea: 2013-14 Streeter, Molly: 2009-2012 Strom, Jodie: 1996 Swalec, Jenny: 2002-05 Swish, Sandy: 2004-05

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

Casper, Alex: 2004 Henson, Melissa: 2000-03

0

Hurlburt, Mackenzie: 2014 Marcus, Michelle: 2010-11 Parise, Chelsea: 2009 Nasturzio, Kristina: 2005-08 Marion, Angie: 1998

1

Pryson, Paige: 2014Ellerbroek, Holly: 2013 Parise, Chelsea: 2010-12 Klykken, Lindsey: 2004-07 Schmehl, Jessica: 2000-02 Nees, Stephanie: 1999 Dewberry, Erica: 1998 Renes, Tracie: 1997 Mason, Kelli: 1996

2

Klunder, Katie: 2012-15 Wesley, Alyssa: 2011 Fiscus, Kelsey: 2010 Bloem, Amber: 2007-09 McCarthy, Megan: 2005-06 Rozum, Katie: 2002-04 Lee, Kristen: 1999-01 Williams, Natalie: 1996

3

Guibord, Gabbie: 2014Kimble, Kayla: 2010-13 Johnson, Katie: 2008-09 Willert, Kourtney: 2004-07 Aceto, Elizabeth: 2003 Richards, Penny: 1996, 98-99

4

Woolley, Katy: 2013-15 Botts, Ashley: 2009-12 Robinson, Meaghan: 2005-08 Berman, Jill: 2004 Versluis, Michelle: 2000-03 Bacyinski, Melissa: 1997-99

5

Stauffer, Kendra: 2013Hilbert, Erin: 2010-12 King, Lauren: 2007-09 Ales, Katie: 2003-06 Jud, Molly: 2002 Raiche, Danielle: 2001 Avendt, Melanie: 1999-00 Haines, Lynn: 1996

6

Bounds, Katie: 2012-15 Klosterman, Kayla: 2008-10 Berner, Emily: 2006-07 Duda, Kate: 2003-05 Plum, Tricia: 1999-02 Warner, Sara: 1998 Ide, Melissa: 1996

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LETTERWINNERS BY NUMBER

Carlson, Clare: 2014Fiscus, Kelsey: 2012-13 Mruz, Erin: 2008-11 King, Lauren: 2006 Junga, Jenny: 2002-05 Locke, Kaitlin: 2000 Luther, Cheryl: 1999 Pietras, Kristen: 1998 Ricketts, Jamie: 1996-97

8

Wesley, Alyssa: 2012-14 Brown, Megan: 2008-11 Johnson, Katie: 2006-07 Berner, Emily: 2004-05 Bauer, Melissa: 2002-03 Dewberry, Erica: 1999-00 Hosfeld, Nicole: 1997 Morovich, Jennifer: 1996

9

Schlosser, Kaely: 2014 Emery, Olivia: 2013 Addison, Kayla: 2009-12 Tafler, Katy: 2005-08 Vanderberghe, Kristi: 2004 Gienap, Abby: 2000-03 McCabe, Sarah: 1999 Schmidt, Kelli: 1996-98

10

Quinn, Shannon: 2014Humphries, Shelby: 2010-13 Dennis, Irie: 2006-09 Tutundzic, Mirela: 2002-05 Whitmeyer, Amanda: 2000-01 Hilker, Julie: 1998-99 Sadowski, Linda: 1997 Richardson, Theresa: 1996

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Shaba, Jenny: 2011-14 Dingledine, Jaleen: 2009-10 Elsass, Ashley: 2005-08 Finnerty, Courtney: 2004 Spika, Erin: 2002-03 Wilkins, Faith: 1998-99, 01 Pietras, Kristen: 1996-97

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Stevens, Sara: 2014Callen, Taylor: 2010-13 Stanski, Natalja: 2006-09 Mohagheghpour, Vida: 2005 Mayer, Ashleigh: 2004 Leszczynski, Kristin: 2000-03 Dilly, Elizabeth: 1998 Eppard, Carrie: 1996

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Corby, Marti: 2013Brown, Maria: 2010-12 Boyak, Caitlin: 2008-09 Christenson, Sue: 2004-07 Elenbaas, Danielle: 2003 Snow, Kate: 2002 Vanderkooi, Amy: 1998-01 Kuhlenschmidt, Kerry: 1996-97

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Bush, Emily: 2013-14 Pitroff, Erika: 2007-10 Swalec, Jenny: 2002-05 Rodriguez, Kara: 2001 Kinzer, Kristina: 1998

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Odendaal, Juane: 2011-14 Wenglinski, Jenna: 2007-10 Murphy, Shannon: 2006 Swish, Sandy: 2004-05 Stevenson, Jordan: 2001-03 Daugherty, Beverly: 1997-00 Strom, Jodie: 1996

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Johnson, Dani: 2014 Bradfield, Erika: 2013 Mira, Alyssa: 2009-12 Murphy, Shannon: 2005 Zbikowski, Sara: 2002-03 Weist, Danielle: 2001 Teeple, Cassie: 1999-00 Horter, Marcy: 1998

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Decker, Sam: 2010-13 Hilbert, Erin: 2009 Hillgard, Colleen: 2005-08 Lauderslager, Megan: 1999-02 Emmett, Makenzie: 1997-98

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Reynolds, Maddison: 2014-15 Capoccia, Kelly: 2012 Marlow, Lindsey: 2009-11 Rose, Joyce: 2005-08 Rose, Erica: 2003-04 Gaiser, Katherine: 2001-02

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Guibord, Gabbie: 2013 McMillian, Casey: 2012 Fiscus, Kelsey: 2011 Zahn, Lindsey: 2009 Dingledine, Jaleen: 2007-08 Rose, Erica: 2005-06 Bondy, Rachel: 2003-04 Caroselli, Andrea: 1999-01 Stout, Jennifer: 1996

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Mencotti, Gabriella: 2014Carlson, Clare: 2013 Streeter, Molly: 2009-12 Radley, Jamie: 2005-08 Falduto, Jeanna: 2001-04 Stevenson, Jordan: 2000

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Mencotti, Alexis: 2014Krause, Katelyn: 2012 Trost, Jessica: 2010-11 Brown, Maria: 2009 Sobolic, Elena: 2005-08 Raynovich, April: 2003-04 Snow, Trisha: 1999-02 Johnson, Kara: 1998

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Mazer, Madison: 2014 Foote, Michelle: 2013 Rothermel, Kelsey: 2011 Hills, Richelle: 2009-10 Rozum, Katie: 2006 Lange, Jaci: 2002-05 Stahr, Kristy: 1999

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Socia, Charlie: 2011-14 Eible, Kristen: 2007-10 Carrier, Shannon: 2003-06 Pirlot, Sarah: 1999

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Wiltshire, Cassandra: 2011-12 Merino, Kylee: 2007-10 Stacy, Tara: 2005 Binder, Jaclyn: 2004 Aceto, Elizabeth: 2002 Wilson, Becky: 1999

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Farmer, Maria: 2014-15 Ward, Tayler: 2010-13 Marlow, Lindsey: 2008 Redmond, Andi: 2003-05 Hooker, Lesley: 2002 Wilson, Becky: 2000-01 Aukeman, Marcie: 1999

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McCoy, Tracey: 2014Jacobs, Autumn: 2011-13 Katie Cunningham: 2008 Ellis, Sadie: 2003

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Steinaway, Jennifer: 2014Miller, Abbey: 2010-13 DeNio, Sam: 2007-09 Murphy, Erin: 2003-06

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322 ALL-TIME VICTORIES | 24 NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS | 10 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

GRAND VALLEY STATE ATHLETICS

There are three fundamentals for success emphasized by the athletic department for all Lakers. 1. Create the best learning environment possible 2. Challenge our teams to competitive greatness 3. Commit the energy necessary for success

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5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 11 GLIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 9 FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Thomas J. Haas, PhD

President Thomas (Tom) Haas is Grand Valley State University’s fourth president. Prior to his appointment in 2006, he was president of the State University of New York Cobleskill. In addition to his appointment as president of Grand Valley, Haas has also been appointed professor of chemistry in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and is a member of the Grand Valley University Foundation. During the past 29 years, Haas has been a tenured faculty member, department chair, dean, vice president and president.

He is a 1973 honors graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. He then earned a Master of Science degree in chemistry and another in environmental health sciences from The University of Michigan. Haas also earned a master's degree in human resources management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, N.Y.) and a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Connecticut (Storrs, Conn.).

Fellowship experiences in higher education include Yale University Faculty Fellow and an American Council on Education Fellow at Western Michigan University. He completed executive leadership programs at Harvard University. He is a retired Captain after 23 years of commissioned service in the USCG. Haas is an internationally recognized expert in hazardous material transportation, strategic planning and higher education leadership, and has published numerous articles in a variety of journals. He is active in the community serving on the board for Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research Center, Grand Rapids Economic Club, Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce, and Grand Rapids Opera. He is a member of the Grand Rapids Rotary Club and a consultant and evaluator for North Central Association Higher Learning Commission.

Haas has professional and personal ties to Michigan. Haas is married to Marcia (Knapp) Haas, who is a native of Union City and a graduate of Albion College. They have three children and four grandchildren and have other family living in Grand Rapids.

Grand Valley State University attracts more than 24,400 students with academic excellence, first-rate faculty, and state-of-the-art facilities. Grand Valley is the master's comprehensive university for the state’s second largest metropolitan area and offers 85 undergraduate and 33 graduate degree programs. It has campuses in Allendale, Grand Rapids, and Holland and centers in Muskegon, Traverse City, and Detroit. The university’s focus on a strong liberal education fosters critical thinking, creative problem solving, and cultural understanding. Through personalized learning enhanced by active scholarship, Grand Valley accomplishes its mission of educating students to shape their lives, their professions, and their societies. 113

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Keri Becker

As Associate Athletic Director, Becker served as sport supervisor and oversees all aspects of the GVSU football, volleyball, softball, women's golf, men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's tennis, and women's lacrosse teams, as well as the Laker cheerleading group. In addition to sport supervision, Becker was responsible for cross campus collaborations, overseeing the financial aid aspect of NCAA compliance, completion of all required institutional reports, fundraising efforts, and assisting with game operations. She was also the Administrative Liaison for Grand Valley State's Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) and is the Chair of the Boand & Rowe Endowment for Advancement of Women in Sport/Physical Activity Committee.

Becker has been on a number of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) committees and has served as Tournament Director for eight GLIAC Championships, three NCAA Midwest Regional Championships, and a pair of NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field National Championships.

Prior to her time at Grand Valley State, Becker spent 15 years at Ferris State University in Big Rapids. She served in a number of roles at FSU, including the head softball coach from 1996 to 2011, compiling a record of 433-276 in her 14 seasons. Becker led the Bulldogs to the Division II College World Series in 1998, 1999 and 2008, while also winning three conference championships. She was a three-time GLIAC Coach of the Year.

Along with her coaching duties at Ferris State, Becker was also the Compliance Coordinator for 12 years, spent three years as the Senior Woman Administrator, and briefly served as the Interim Athletic Director. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Saginaw Valley State University in August 1995 before earning a Master of Business Administration degree from Ferris State in 2009.

Becker takes over arguably the top Division II athletics programs in the country. Grand Valley State has won the Learfield Sports/NACDA Directors' Cup (the Division II All-Sports Trophy) a record 10 times and has finished in either first or second place in the Directors' Cup standings for 14 consecutive years. GVSU has also won 17 straight GLIAC Presidents' Cup titles as the top athletic program in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and a record 22 such titles all-time. Since 2002, Grand Valley State has won 19 team NCAA Division II National Championships in the sports of football, volleyball, women's basketball, soccer, women's cross country, women's indoor track and field, and women's outdoor track and field. GVSU has also captured 55 individual NCAA Division II National Championships in its athletic history, won by 36 different individuals. 52 of those individual titles have come since 2001.

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