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WHAT’S INSIDE 2011 SOCCER QUICK FACTS School Information Location ___________________ Honolulu, O’ahu Enrollment _________________________ 20,000 Founded _____________________________1907 Conference _________________ Western Athletic Colors __________ Green, Black, Silver & White Nickname__________________ Rainbow Wahine Chancellor _________________ Virginia Hinshaw Athletics Director _______________ Jim Donovan SWA__________ Marilyn Moniz Kaho‘ohanohano

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Media Services _____________________________ 2 Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium ______________ 3

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RAINBOW WAHINE COACHES

Head Coach Michele Nagamine _______________ 4 Assistant Coaches ___________________________ 5

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2010 Season Review _________________________ 6 2011 Season Outlook________________________ 7 Roster Breakdown __________________________ 8 TV/Radio Roster ___________________________ 9 Player Profiles __________________________ 12-17 Newcomer Profiles _______________________ 18-19

20 THE OPPONENTS

2010 Opponents ________________________ 20-23 WAC Tournament History __________________ 23 Versus The Conferences _____________________ 23 All-Time Opponent Results __________________ 24 All-Time Series History _____________________ 25

26 2010 IN REVIEW

Results __________________________________ 26 Individual & Team Statistics _________________ 26 WAC Review _____________________________ 27

28 RECORDS

Career Leaders __________________________ 28-29 All-Time Assistant Coaches __________________ 29 Single-Season Leaders_______________________ 30

Si Single-Match l M hR Records d ______________________ Year-by-Year Leaders _______________________ Conference Records ________________________ Team and Individual Streaks _________________ Overtime and Nationally-Ranked Matches ______ Attendance Records and Year-by-Year Breakdown _ Miscellaneous Records ______________________

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38 HISTORY

All-Time Honor Roll _____________________ 38-40 All-Time Roster _________________________ 41-43 Geographic Roster _________________________ 44 All-Time Results ________________________ 45-46 Western Athletic Conference _________________ 47

48 THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

Hawai‘i - The 50th State ____________________ 48 Board of Regents & Government Leadership _____ 49 The University of Hawai‘i _________________ 50-53 University Administration ___________________ 52 Athletics Administration ____________________ 54 Head Coaches & Athletics Directory ___________ 55 ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue ____________________ 56-57 Circle of Honor ___________________________ 58 Soccer Booster Program _____________________ 59 Letterwinners Club ________________________ 60 Academic Services _________________________ 61 Student-Athlete Development ________________ 62 Compliance ______________________________ 63 Athletic Training __________________________ 64 Strength & Conditioning ____________________ 65 Athletic Facilities __________________________ 66

UH MANOA POLICY ON GENDER EQUITY IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Gender equity in athletics extends the doctrine of fairness to all areas of athletic activity at the University level. It is activated by a sense of moral obligation that exceeds any specific duty to comply with legal requirements, although it also recognizes the necessity of observing the tenets of Title IX, Patsy Mink Act. Its desired effect is to offer women and men equal opportunities to participate in sports for which there is demonstrated interest among athletes in Hawai‘i and to provide equitable levels of support for coaching, travel, scholarships, operating expenses and facilities used. Beyond these specific goals, gender equity also fosters an attitude and establishes an environment in which men’s and women’s sports are encouraged in comparable ways. Those who support gender equity are willing to cooperate in frequent self-evaluations and to implement change so that all student-athletes can have the same opportunity to realize the highest level of their abilities. A copy of the plan titled “Believe It, Achieve It” is available in the Senior Woman Administrator’s Office.

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Coaching Staff Head Coach ______________ Michele Nagamine Alma Mater (Year) _________ Santa Clara (1990) Career Record (Years) _______________ First year Record at Hawai‘i (Years) _______________ Same Assistant Coaches (Alma mater, year) ________________ Kathy Carey (Stanford, 1980) ____________ Mike Herman (Saint Mary’s, 2007) ______________ Marc Fournier (UH-Hilo, 2008) Soccer Office Phone ___________ (808) 956-4525 E-Mail ________________ wmsoccer@hawaii.edu Facility Stadium ______ Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium Capacity ____________________________ 4,500 Press Box Phone _______________________ N/A History 2010 Overall Record _________________ 3-14-3 2010 WAC Record (Place) __________ 1-5-2 (8th) Best Season Record_____________ 15-5-2 (2007) All-Time Record (Years) _______ 142-157-30 (17) NCAA Tournament Appearances _______ 1 (2007) Starters Returning/Lost __________________ 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost_____________ 18/9 Newcomers ____________________________11 Media Relations Media Relations Director ________ Derek Inouchi Assistant Director/Soccer Contact __Neal Iwamoto E-Mail ________________ niwamoto@hawaii.edu Office ______________________ (808) 956-9748 Cell _______________________ (808) 375-6819 Fax ________________________ (808) 956-4470 Address______________ 1337 Lower Campus Rd. _______________________ Honolulu, HI 96822 Website ________________ HawaiiAthletics.com ON THE COVER: Seniors Brittani Lum, Coleen Burns and Kaylee Kihara. CREDITS: The 2011 University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Wahine Soccer Media Guide was produced by the University of Hawai‘i Sports Media Relations Office. All rights reserved. Derek Inouchi, Director; Neal Iwamoto, John Barry, Kara Nishimura, and Jay Metzger, Assistant Directors; Troy Yamamoto, Internet Specialist; Kainoa Andrade, Kaui Awong, Dean Kramp, Bree Nidds and Ryan Rose, Student Assistants. Layout and design by Neal Iwamoto and Kara Nishimura. Cover designs by Kainoa Andrade. Photography by CW Pack Sports, METZ Photography, University Relations, Ralph Omoto and Robyn McNeill, ISI Photos. An online version of this media guide is available at HawaiiAthletics.com.

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MEDIA SERVICES SPORTS MEDIA RELATIONS 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Main Office Number: (808) 956-7523 Fax Number: (808) 956-4470 E-mail: mediarel@hawaii.edu Website: HawaiiAthletics.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook: www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube: www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

DEREK INOUCHI Media Relations Director Work: (808) 956-4478 Cell: (808) 954-0234 E-mail: inouchi@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996 Sport Assignments: Football, C Cross C Country/Track /T & Field, M/W Golf, Men’s Volleyball

NEAL IWAMOTO Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-9748 Cell: (808) 375-6819 E-mail: niwamoto@hawaii.edu Alma Maters: Santa Clara, 1995, Hawai‘i, 1998 Sport Assignments: Secondary Football, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, M/W Tennis, Sailing, Water Polo

KARA NISHIMURA Assistant Director/ Graphic Designer Work: (808) 956-5087 Cell: (808) 497-0638 E-mail: karakn@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Purdue, 1993 S Sport A Assignment: Women’s Basketball, Softball

JOHN BARRY Assistant Director/ Work: (808) 956-7506 Cell: (808) 292-1462 E-mail: jbarry@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Lafayette College, 1998 Sport Assignment: Women’s V Volleyball, ll b ll B Baseball, b ll M/W Swimming & Diving

SUPPORT STAFF JAY METZGER Multimedia Specialist Work: (808) 956-4479 Cell: (808) 295-4353 E-mail: jmetzger@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Menlo, 1995

The 2011 Rainbow Wahine Soccer Media Guide has been produced to assist the media in the coverage of Rainbow Wahine Soccer. The Sports Media Relations Office will follow-up with weekly press releases during the fall season to keep the media informed about the Rainbow Wahine soccer team. Please direct all inquiries to the UH Sports Media Relations Office at (808) 9567523. We look forward to working with you throughout the season!

Interview Policy All player and coaching staff interviews must be made through soccer sports media relations director Neal Iwamoto at least one day in advance to assure a time slot. Players and coaches are not available for prematch interviews. Interviews may be conducted after the match, following a 10-minute “cooling off” period. Interviews of both players and coaches are to be conducted in front of the team benches. If you wish to interview a particular player at a specific time, in person or by telephone, arrangements should be made through the Sports Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. Every effort will be made to accommodate your requests, but players will not be asked to miss class, study hall, practices or medical treatment to conduct interviews. Players’ cellular or home numbers will not be released by the Sports Media Relations Office. The best time to reach Head Coach Michele Nagamine is between noon and 2 p.m. weekdays. To schedule interviews, contact the Sports Media Relations Office at (808) 956-7523.

2011 TV SCHEDULE UH begins the first year of its television partnership with Oceanic Time Warner Cable. This year’s schedule includes six matches, beginning with UH’s season opener versusWashington State on Aug. 19. Aug. 19 Sept. 11 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 14 Oct. 16

Washington State Hawai‘i Pacific Utah State Nevada Fresno State San Jose State

7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m.

Waip‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium All UH home matches and tournaments are held at the Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium in Waipahu, O‘ahu, approximately 16 miles from Waikiki and the UH Manoa campus. For detailed directions to the facility, see page 3. Media parking is available behind the staduim press box. Free parking is available to the general publc in the lot adjacent to the stadium.

Services Rosters and pregame notes will be distributed prior to each game. A complete box score will be printed out following the conclusion of the soccer match.

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Press Credentials Requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials for 2011 home soccer matches should be made in writing on company letterhead at least two weeks prior to the match. Direct all requests to Neal Iwamoto, Asst. Sports Media Relations Director by email at niwamoto@hawaii.edu; via fax to (808) 956-4470; or by mail to 1337 Lower Campus Rd., Honolulu, HI 96822. Credentials should be used for professional use only. Individuals who abuse the use of their credential will lose their future privileges.

Photographers Photo passes are available for accredited news media and should be ordered in the same manner as press credentials. In accordance with NCAA and WAC rules, photographers must wear their credentials and are NOT permitted in either team’s bench area. Individuals violating sideline policies may be required to surrender their credentials and be removed from the stadium. For additional questions regarding photography guidelines, please contact Multimedia Specialist Jay Metzger at jmetzger@hawaii.edu.

The UH Athletics website (HawaiiAthletics.com) features a video component, photo galleries and online media guides in addition to the existing player and coach biographies, press releases, schedules and everything else you need to know about UH Athletics. In addition, a .pdf version of every UH media guide will now be available on the website.

UH’S SOCIAL MEDIA SITES In order to broaden its reach to fans worldwide, UH Athletics has entered the online world of social networking with the launch of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. Twitter page is available at twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook page is available at www.facebook.com/pages/University-ofHawaii-Athletics/57508869704 YouTube channel is available at www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

TROY YAMAMOTO Internet Specialist Work: (808) 956-9647 E-mail: troyy@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996

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WHAT’S AN ‘OKINA? Q: Ever wondered what that punctuation mark in the word Hawai‘i is? A: In the Hawaiian language, it’s called an ‘okina, which translated literally in English means separator. Phonetically it is referred to as a glottal stop, similar to the sound that would be made in the English oh-oh. The ‘okina is actually a letter in the Hawaiian language and typed out looks like a backwards apostrophe. The practice of the UH Sports Media Relations Office is to use the ‘okina in all Hawaiian words in which they occur.

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WAIPI‘O PENINSULA SOCCER STADIUM

Home of the Rainbow Wahine

DIRECTIONS TO WPSS

The University of Hawai‘i women’s soccer team will open its 2011 campaign on the familiar turf of the Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium (WPSS), one of the top college soccer venues in the nation. This year marks the 12th season of Rainbow Wahine soccer at the stadium, where they have proven to be a tough team to beat. The Rainbow Wahine have won 65 percent of its conference matches since moving into the WPSS in 2000, including 26 of its 42 matches. UH’s home dominance has helped them claim three Western Athletic Conference titles in 2003, ‘05 and ’07. Located in West O‘ahu, the stadium boasts a seating capacity of 4,500 and is a far cry from the early days of the soccer program, spent shuttling between Kapiolani Park and Ala Wai Field, both public fields. Along with a quality facility, the Rainbow Wahine have enjoyed an enthusiastic home crowd which has regularly been among the best in the country. Hawai‘i has ranked in the top 40 nationally in average attendance in 10 of 11 seasons at WPSS, including three seasons in the top 10. In 2005, the program ranked ninth in the country as soccer fans came out to watch UH make its second WAC championship run. The Rainbow Wahine drew three of its top eight crowds ever in 2005 and, in its season-finale, played before a school-record 3,175 fans.

From Areas East of Waipahu • Take H-1 West and get off at Waipahu exit • Off-ramp takes you to Farrington Highway • Turn left on Waipi‘o Point Access Road, just after Waipahu High School From Areas West of Waipahu • Take H-1 East and get off at WAIPAHU exit • Turn RIGHT on Kamehameha Highway • Stay to right and exit onto Farrington Highway • Turn left on Waipi‘o Point Access Road, just after Waipahu High School

The Complex The Waipi‘o Soccer Complex is the first and only soccer facility of its kind in the state of Hawai‘i with 21 regulation fields, including the 4,500-seat Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium with lights for evening events. Located in West O‘ahu, just 20 minutes from downtown Honolulu, the complex covers 288 acres and is designed to serve nearly 30,000 soccer players on O‘ahu and the numerous others who travel to the island for both national and international tournaments. Aside accommodating thousands of spectators, WPSS also boasts two main locker rooms, two training rooms, concession booths and administrative offices.

The Mecca of Hawai‘i Soccer Since opening in 2000, the complex has played host to numerous events, from the Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association state soccer championships to international soccer matches featuring teams from as far as Korea and Germany. In 2004, the stadium served as the site of the Western Athletic Conference Championship, marking the first time UH has hosted the event. Seven years ago, thousands of players and fans made the facility their home for a week as the 2003 Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Regionals were conducted, with champions being crowned in 16 age groups. AYSO also hosted its UH Record/Attendance At Waipi‘o Stadium nationals at the site in 2008.

Practice Facility Aside from the stadium, UH has the luxury of practicing on a top-notch soccer field. George Toma, the National Football League field guru who was hired to re-surface the Warrior football practice field, also renovated Rainbow Wahine soccer’s practice field on UH’s lower campus.

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Year Overall Conf Total Att 2000 5-4-3 1-1-2 12,892 2001 4-2-0 3-1-0 6,776 2002 7-3-2 4-0-0 7,749 2003 6-3-1 3-1-0 8,208 2004 6-2-2 4-0-0 10,300 2005 6-3-1 3-1-0 12,890 2006 6-4-1 1-2-0 7,356 2007 11-0-1 4-0 10,446 2008 3-3-1 2-1 6,561 2009 4-6-1 1-3 9,127 2010 1-8-1 0-3-1 6,547 Totals 59-38-14 26-13-3 98,852

Avg Att 1,074 1,129 646 821 1,030 1,289 669 870 937 830 655 891

NCAA Rk 9th 10th 27th 20th 13th 9th 38th 27th 25th 31st 51st -

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

TOP 20 CROWDS Att Opponent 3,175 Fresno State 2,488 SMU 2,151 Boise State 2,010 Nevada 1,772 Oregon State 1,672 Pacific 1,620 Pacific 1,563 UTEP 1,532 Pepperdine 1,495 Duke 1,437 Brigham Young 1,429 Nevada 1,396 SMU 1,364 Nevada 1,357 Hawai‘i Pacific 1,352 George Mason 1,346 Nevada 1,336 Cent. Wash. 1,332 Winthrop 1,250 Kansas

Date Result 10/30/05 L, 1-0 10/21/01 L, 3-1 10/17/04 W, 1-0 10/28/05 W, 3-0 9/3/00 L, 2-1 8/20/11 L, 0-1 9/7/07 T, 2-2 10/19/01 W, 5-1 9/2/05 L, 2-0 9/10/04 L, 2-0 10/27/03 T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/27/02 W, 5-0 10/22/00 T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/8/00 W, 4-0 10/29/00 W, 2-0 8/26/05 W, 2-1 (OT) 10/15/04 W, 3-2 (OT) 10/6/00 W, 3-1 9/3/06 W, 3-0 8/31/07 W, 4-0

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HEAD COACH MICHELE NAGAMINE

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NAGAMINE H Head Coach 1st Season Santa Clara (1990) S Mi h l N Michele Nagamine i begins her first season as head women’s soccer coach at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. Nagamine is just the second coach in the 17-year history of the soccer program. “Michele is someone who is driven, passionate and a proven winner on every level she has competed” UH Athletics Director Jim Donovan said. “She’s been integral in the development of soccer in the state of Hawai‘i and understands its importance to the community. I believe she’s a perfect fit for the University of Hawai‘i and someone who will bring much success to our soccer program.” “The University of Hawai‘i is the pinnacle of women’s soccer in Hawai‘i,” Nagamine said. “I am beyond excited in starting the next chapter in this program. I’m very honored that Jim has placed so much trust in me and the vision I have for the team. I hope to make a positive impact not only in the Hawai‘i soccer community, but also nationally and regionally as well.” Nagamine, 42, has made her mark on the club, high school and collegiate levels with a reputation as a program builder. She has been named a conference coach of the year, won numerous state titles in high school and has guided the one of the elite club programs in the West region. Nagamine spent the last three years as the head women’s soccer coach at Hawai‘i Pacific University where she turned a losing program into a conference contender. She inherited a team that won just three games in 2007 and by her second year lifted the team to a 10-8-1 record and a third-place finsh in the PacWest Conference. For her efforts she was named the 2009 PacWest Coach of the Year. This past season, the Division II Lady Sea Warriors finished with their second straight winning record and were the only team in the nation during the regular-season to defeat BYU-Hawai‘i, ranked No. 1 in the West region, While at the helm of the Lady Sea Warrior soccer program she recruited a conference goalkeeper of the year, a conference newcomer of the year and six all-conference players. She also oversaw academic improvement as the team increased its GPA to above a 3.0. Prior to joining HPU, Nagamine established herself as one of the most successful coaches in all of Hawai‘i high school athletics. As the head coach of the Kamehameha School girls soccer team since 1991, she won five Hawai‘i state championships and six Interscholastic League of Honolulu titles. Nagamine was named ILH Coach of the Year a league-record seven times and was a five-time selection as state coach of the year. 4

PERSONAL Seasons at UH First Hometown Honolulu, Oahu Alma Mater Santa Clara University (1990)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Santa Clara University, 1986-89 Nagamine also received national recognition for her work at Kamehameha. She has been named state coach of the year five times and Far COACHING EXPERIENCE West Region coach of the year two times by the Hawai‘i (Head Coach), National Soccer Coaches Association of America, 2010-present the governing body of United States soccer coachHawai‘i Pacific University (Head Coach), es. In 2007 she was named the NSCAA National 2008-10 High School Coach of the Year after guiding the Kamehameha Schools (Head Coach), Warriors to an undefeated (11-0-2) season and a 1991-2010 second consecutive Hawai‘i state championship. Leahi Soccer Club (Technical Director), Nagamine has also displayed a golden touch 2002-10 on the club level. As the Technical Director for Le‘ahi Soccer Club since 2002, she has overseen the direction and operation of Hawai‘i largest and COACHING HIGHLIGHTS PacWest Coach of the Year (2009) most competitive girls’ soccer club. During that NSCAA National High School span she helped grow the club from four teams to Coach of the Year (2007) 26 teams. By creating a competitive travel schedTwo-time NSCAA Far West Region High School ule for premier teams, she helped more than 100 Coach of the Year (1995, 2007) players obtain athletic or academic scholarships in numerous college programs. Five-time Hawaii State High School Nagamine also boast extensive business expeCoach of the Year rience. She was the owner of her own marketing Five state high school championship group as well a soccer retail store. Since 2001, Seven-time Intersholastic League of Honolulu she has been the Director of Sports Marketing Coach of the Year & Sales for Outrigger Hotels and Resorts, where Six ILH championships she oversees the operations of all sports bookings within all Outrigger properties. COACHING CREDENTIALS The Honolulu native is a 1990 graduate of United States Soccer Federation “B” Santa Clara University in California where she License was the captain of the 1990 Bronco women’s NSCAA Regional Diploma soccer team that reached the NCAA semifinals. National Youth License Nagamine replace Pinsoom Tenzing, who retired in November after heading the UH women’s soccer program during its first 17 years of existence.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

KATHY K C CAREY

MIKE M H HERMAN

MARC M

A Assistant Coach 18th Season 1 Stanford (1980) S

A Assistant Coach 1st Season 1 Saint Mary’s (2007) S

A Assistant Coach 1st Season 1 UH-Hilo (2008) U

Kathy Carey has been with the University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Wahine soccer program every step of the way. From the program’s humble beginnings as a club squad through its first 16 years as a Division I sport, Carey has been there. She is involved in all aspects of the program, both on and off the field, and her tireless work behind the scenes has been vital in UH soccer’s rise to prominence, including its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2007. Along the way, Carey has helped the Rainbow Wahine earn three Western Athletic Conference titles (2003, ’05, ’07), one WAC Tournament championship and an NCAA Tournament berth. In 2007, UH set more than 30 school records, including winning a record 15 games. Raised in Hawai‘i, Carey began her soccer career in the 1970s at Punahou School. She attended Stanford University from 1975-80, where she lettered in soccer and racquetball. In 1980, Carey graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications. She continued her education at Santa Clara and earned her master’s in business administration in 1982. Carey’s association with the game of soccer has been a remarkable one, having assisted in the development of three soccer programs. As a prepster at Punahou, Carey played for the varsity boy’s team. The season after her graduation, a varsity girl’s squad was introduced to the school. At Stanford, Carey helped initiate the women’s soccer program after playing on the Cardinal men’s team. And now, Carey has again displayed a golden touch, helping to initiate and nurture the Rainbow Wahine program from its start as a club squad to its introduction as a Division I sport in 1994. Carey is a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and holds the United States Soccer Federation National “A” license. Carey became the first female in Hawai‘i, and one of a handful of women in the nation, to earn an “A” license. Before accepting the assistant coaching post at Hawai‘i, Carey coached part-time at Punahou School for 12 years. She has also coached with the Hawai‘i Olympic Development Program and the American Youth Soccer Organization. Carey and her husband, David, have four children—Jessica, Connor, Maverick and Shannon. Carey continues to remain active playing the sport she loves on the club level.

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Mike Herman who spent the last three season as an assistant at the University of San Francisco, begins his first year with the UH women’s soccer team. In his last three seasons an assistant at the University of San Francisco, Herman proved an integral part of the Don’s success. He guided a group of goalkeepers who lowered their goals against average in each season and helped the team achieve a winning record for the first time since 2004. After the 2009 season the team was ranked as one of the top 25 most improved teams in the country. In 2010 he led a pair of goalkeepers to the lowest amount of goals allowed in conference in program history, while also posting two shutouts in conference for the first time in more 10 years. Herman also helped guide his players to academic success as the team grade point average rose from 2.92 to a 3.3 during his tenure. Herman started his coaching career at Pinole Valley High School in 2006 as the head coach for the girl’s varsity soccer team. He then spent one season as an assistant coach at Contra Costa Community College and also worked with the Bay Oaks Soccer Club as head coach of its U18 girls team (2007-2009) and U15/16 teams (2009-2011). In the spring of 2007 he served as a goalkeeper coach at San Francisco State, helping lay the foundation for a Gator team that posted 13 shutouts that fall. Herman is a 2007 graduate of Saint Mary’s College where he earned a degree in Spanish. He played one season as goalkeeper for the Gaels before taking a year off due to injury. He then transferred to Holy Names University for one season of action, before injury ended his collegiate playing days for good. Herman holds an NSCAA Premier Diploma, USSF “C” License and an NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping Diploma.

FFOURNIER Marc Fournier begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Rainbow Wahine. Fournier, who spent the last two seasons as a graduate assistant for the Hawai’i Pacific men’s team, is the second new addition to head coach Michele Nagamine’s staff, joining Mike Herman, who was hired in February 2011. Fournier, 30, has coached on the collegiate, high school and club levels in Hawai’i. Fournier first worked with Nagamine in the fall of 2009 when he helped train the goalkeepers at Kamehameha Schools. He also developed and trained girls U14 and over for the Le’ahi Soccer Club. For the last two year’s Fournier served as the goalkeepers coach for the men’s program at HPU. In 2009, he mentored all-conference keeper Matt Terry, who was rated as the nation’s 14th-ranked keeper with a goals against average of 0.75. Terry also posted four shutouts while surrendering 10 goals in 14 matches. In an addition to his on-field duties, Fournier also assisted in recruiting, travel, fund raising and recruiting for the Sea Warriors. Fournier played collegiate soccer for two seasons at UH-Hilo and was a member of the inaugural team in 2006. As a senior for the Vulcans in 2007, he posted 53 saves in 18 games. He averaged 2.94 saves per match and halted 58 shots on goal, earning PacWest Conference second-team honors in the process. Fournier, a native of the Bordeaux region in France, is set to earn his master’s in human resource management from HPU this spring. He graduated from UH-Hilo with a BA in geography and also holds a degree in marketing, management and sales from the University of Bordeaux.

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2010 SEASON REVIEW 2010 Record: 3-14-3 WAC Record (Place): 1-5-2 (8th) Home Record: 1-8-1 Road Record: 1-6-1 Neutral Record: 1-0

2010 RESULTS Date Opponent Time OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout Aug. 20 Pacific L, 0-1 Aug. 22 Wagner W, 4-0

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The University of Hawai‘i women’s soccer team entered the 2010 season with an array of new faces and question marks as to who would provide the scoring punch. Things looked good early on as UH bagged a 4-0 win with four OHANA Hotels and Resorts No Ka Oi Aug 27 Cal Poly L, 1-2 different players scoring. UH scored three goals in its Aug 29 Long Island L, 0-1 (OT) second win of the season vs. San Francisco on Sept. 3. But soon after the Rainbow Wahine had difficulty finding the Cal Invitational ( Berkeley, CA ) back of the net going scoreless in six consecutive matches Sept. 3 San Francisco W, 3-2 fueling an eight-match winless streak. Sept. 5 at California L, 1-8 The Rainbow Wahine further suffered a serious blow at Sept. 7 at Saint Mary’s L, 0-3 the beginning of league play when co-captain Mari Punzal was lost for the season after incurring a knee injury late in Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Soccer Classic UH’s loss to Idaho on Oct. 3. Punzal was leading the team Sept. 17 Washington State L, 0-3 with eight points (3 goals, 2 assists). UH’s steadiest player, Sept. 19 Pepperdine L, 0-2 she was recognized in all four preseason tournaments, including MVP of the OHANA Hotels Shootout Sept. 23 at #2 Stanford L, 0-9 UH rallied in the absence of its senior co-captain. The Sept. 26 at Pacific T, 0-0 (2OT) team finally snapped its eight-match winless streak its very Oct. 1 Boise State* L, 0-4 next match with a 1-1 tie against San Jose State on Oct. 8. Oct. 3 Idaho* L, 1-3 The Rainbow Wahine then followed that up with its first Oct. 8 at San Jose State* T, 1-1 (2OT) and only WAC win of the year as Skye Shimabukuro’s goal Oct. 10 at Fresno State* W, 1-0 lifted UH to a 1-0 win over Fresno State. Oct. 12 at CSU Bakersfield L, 2-3 (2OT) UH was unable to record any more wins in its remainOct. 22 Louisiana Tech* L, 0-3 ing five matches but remained extremely competitive with Oct. 24 New Mexico State* T, 2-2 (2OT) Oct. 29 at Nevada* L, 1-2 (2OT) three matches decided in double-overtime. The Rainbow Wahine concluded the year with a 4-0 Oct. 31 at Utah State L, 0-4 * conference game loss at Utah State. The loss put an end to a disappointing season for the Rainbow Wahine, who showed signs of hope during league play, but ultimately tied the 1996 squad for most losses in a season. UH finished eighth in the league standings and missed the WAC Tournament for the second UH captures the season-opening OHANA Hotels straight year. Following the conclusion of the season, head and Resorts Shootout with a 4-0 win over Wagner coach Pinsoom Tenzing retired after a career in which he The Rainbow Wahine claim road wins vs. San led the team to three WAC championships and served as Francisco and at Fresno State the only coach in the program’s 17-year history.

2010 HIGHLIGHTS

Six student-athletes earn all-WAC academic honors Seniors Chelsea Deptula and Mari Punzal conclude their careers ranked among the top 10 in goals and points Punzal earns honors in all four tournaments participated by UH CONFERENCE AWARDS Preseason All-WAC Team Mari Punzal WAC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 11) Kanani Taaca Academic All-WAC Team Rachel Domingo, Lauren Ho, Tiffany Ikeda-Simao, Breeanna Locquaio, Karli Look, Mari Punzal, Skye Shimabukuro, Christy Watanabe

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Home At Waipio: UH played its 11th season at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. The Rainbow Wahine endured its toughest season to date at the venue, going 1-8-1, including a school record seven-match home losing streak. UH is 59-38-14 (.595) all-time at the facility, including a 26-13-3 (.654) mark in conference play. Back In The WAC: UH completed its 15th season in the Western Athletic Conference. The Rainbow Wahine have captured three regular-season titles and the 2007 WAC Tournament during their membership. UH is 51-48-6 all-time in regular-season matches, including a 30-19-4 home mark and 21-29-2 road record. Senior Capsules: Four Rainbow Wahine seniors played their final seasons in a UH uniform...Chelsea Deptula started all but one of her 79 career matches at UH...was the 2007 WAC Tournament MVP as a true freshman...ranks 9th all-time in goals scored (13)...Laura

PUNZAL

Euers competed in 10 career matches, including four matches this year...native of Australia...Mari Punzal had her senior year abbreviated with a knee injury...a twotime all WAC selection....10th all-time in points scored (32)...Caycie Gusman appeared in 11 matches with two starts...an all-Big East player at Rutgers before returning home to Hawaii to attend law school.

Tenzing Retires: Pinsoom Tenzing, the program’s first and only head coach, retired after the end of the 2010 season. Tenzing helped established the program at the club level in 1992 and stepped in as the school’s first head coach as the team made the leap into Division I soccer in 1994. During his 17 seasons as head coach, his teams compiled an overall record of 142-157-30 and 51-48-6 in the Western Athletic Conference. His teams won three WAC championships (2003, ’05, ’07) and captured the 2007 WAC Tournament title to earn the program’s first and only NCAA Tournament bid.The two-time WAC Coach of the Year guided more than 30 all-conference selections including one All-American and five WAC players of the year. During his tenure, UH was among the conference leaders in scholar-athletes and had numerous regional and national academic honorees.

Streaks & Milestones: Chelsea Deptula scored the program’s 500th all-time goal 10 minutes into UH’s 3-2 win over San Francisco (Sept. 3)...following that win the Rainbow Wahine soon after went into a scoreless funk that lasted a school record 626:47 and spanning more than six matches...Chelsea Deptula’s streak of 67 straight starts since her freshman season came to end when she came of the bench in UH’s 3-0 loss to Washington State (Sept. 17)..UH lost a school record seven straight home matches, before snapping the steak with a 2-2 tie to New Mexico State in the team’s home finale...the Rainbow Wahine UH suffered its first loss to Louisiana Tech in six all-time meetings with a 3-0 setback on Oct. 22. Records Set Single-Match Goals allowed: 9 at Stanford (9/23/10) Goals allowed, first half: 5 at Stanford (9/23/10) Points allowed: 26 at Stanford (9/23/10) Margin of defeat: 9 (9-0) at Stanford (9/23/10) Margin of defeat, home: 4 (4-0) vs. Boise State (10/1/10)(tied) Single-Season Losses: 14 (tied) Home losses: 8 Consecutive home losses: 7 Opponent shutouts: 10 Opponent points: 152 Opponent goals: 53 Opponent sssists: 46 Consecutive scoreless minutes: 626:47 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


2011 SEASON OUTLOOK 2011 SCHEDULE Date Aug. 19

TAACA

PRESEASON NOTES UH will be under the leadership of first-year head coach Michele Nagamine, just the second head coach in the 17-year history of the program The Rainbow Wahine look to rebound from a 2010 campaign in which it tied a school mark for losses in a season (14) UH also looks to return to the WAC Tournament after failing to qualify in each of the last two seasons UH loses just three starters from last season, however two of those players are all-WAC players Mari Punzal and Chelsea Deptula The Rainbow Wahine return eight starters from last year, including senior defender Brittani Lum, the team’s third-leading scorer in 2010 (three goals, one assist) UH welcomes 11 new players to the roster hailing from Hawai‘i, California, Colorado and New Zealand Hawai‘i will play its final season in the Western Athletic Conference, before joining the Big West in 2012.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN Pos D D M GK M D M M/D

Ht 5-8 5-7 5-2 5-6 5-2 5-7 5-2 5-3

Cl Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. So.

GP-GS 20-20 20-20 20-20 19-18 20-20 14-11 19-15 19-12

G A Pt Sh 0 0 0 5 3 1 7 23 0 2 2 15 67 saves, 2.39 GAA, 2 sho 0 1 1 11 0 0 0 16 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 3

Ht 5-5 5-3 5-4 5-3 5-0 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-3

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So.

GP-GS 19-9 10-1 17-0 17-9 15-0 12-3 8-1 1-0 8-3

G 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Pt 6 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

Sh 24 4 9 1 5 4 0 0 4

STARTERS LOST (3) No Player 12 Mari Punzal 9 Chelsea Deptula 24 Lauren Ho

Pos M D M/F

Ht 5-6 5-8 5-5

Cl Sr. Sr. Sr.

GP-GS 13-13 19-18 19-14

G 3 4 1

A 2 1 1

Pt 8 9 3

Sh 30 21 18

OTHER LETTERWINNERS LOST (6) No Player 23 Laura Euers 1 Kristina Ehrett 5 Braina Garcia 3 Caycie Gusman 19 Saeko Nagano 6 Ashley Chavez

Pos M GK D F M M/D

Ht 5-10 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-3 5-6

Cl Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. So.

GP-GS 4-0 7-1 1-0 11-2 17-9 2-0

G A Pt 0 0 0 14 saves, 3.22 GAA 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

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

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

Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 11

at UC Irvine at Long Beach State at St. Mary’s Hawaii Pacific

6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

UNLV Nike Classic ( Las Vegas, NV ) Sept. 16 UNLV 4:30 p.m. Sept. 18 San Diego State 1:00 p.m. Sept. 25

Alumnae Game

1:00 p.m.

Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 28 Oct. 30

Utah State* Nevada* at Idaho* at Seattle Fresno State* San Jose State* at New Mexico State* at Louisiana Tech*

7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

WAC Tournament (Fresno, CA) Nov. 3 Quarterfinals Nov. 4 Semifinals Nov. 6 Finals

TBA TBA TBA

* conference game

OTHER LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (9) No Player Pos 7 Skye Shimabukuro F 22 Chelsea Goo M 20 Michelle Nakasone M 16 Tiffany Ikeda-Simao M 13 Christy Watanabe M 10 Bree Locquiao M 27 Alyssa Simbahon D 15 Erika “Storm” Nana D 26 Tarra Gabriel D

Newcomers (11) No Player 1 Elke Zeuner 2 Amber Fuller 3 Ashley Haruki 5 Olivia Stanford 6 Madison Kaminski 9 Krystal Pascua 12 Tiana Fujimoto 19 Alexis Colacchio 23 Sarah McCallum 28 Zhané Santiago 30 McKenzie McGoldrick

Time 7:00 p.m.

OHANA Hotels and Resorts No Ka Oi Aug. 26 Cal vs North Dakota St. 7:00 p.m. Aug. 27 North Dakota State 7:00 p.m. Aug. 28 California 5:00 p.m.

LOOK

STARTERS RETURNING (8) No Player 14 Colleen Burns 4 Brittani Lum 18 Kaylee Kihara 00 Kanani Taaca 17 Karli Look 8 Chelsea Miyake 21 Rachel Domingo 25 Crystal Fresquez

Opponent Washington State

Cl Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

Hometown Ft. Collins, CO Pearl City, O‘ahu Mililani, O‘ahu Henderson, CO San Clemente, CA Waipahu, O‘ahu Honolulu, O‘ahu Aliso Viejo, CA Taupo, New Zealand Ha‘ula, O‘ahu Redondo Beach, CA

Sh 1 0 6 6 0

Last School/Club Team Fossil Ridge HS/Colorado Storm Hawai‘i Pacific University/ Lē‘ahi SC Hawai‘i Baptist Academy/Hawaii Rush Prairie View HS/Colorado Storm San Clemente HS/West Coast FC Iolani School/ Lē‘ahi SC Moanalua HS/Ka‘oi Express Aliso Niguel HS/West Coast FC St. Paul’s Collegiate/Taupo Amazons Kahuku HS/Hawai‘i Rush Rio Hondo College/ San Diego Surf

2011 WAC PRESEASON POLL Rk. Team (1st place votes) Points 1. San Jose State (3) ______________ 42 Utah State (3) _________________ 42 3. Fresno State (2) _______________ 38 4. Idaho _______________________ 33 5. Louisiana Tech ________________ 20 6. Nevada ______________________ 18 7. Hawai’i _____________________ 17 8. New Mexico State _____________ 11 2011 PRESEASON ALL-WAC TEAM Chelsea Small, Jr., F, Idaho Kelsey Lord, Jr., F, San Jose State Kayla Santacruz, So., F, San Jose State Shantel Flanary, Sr., F, Utah State Jill Flockhart, Jr., MF, Idaho Lauren Sanchez, Sr., MF, San Jose State Chandra Salmon-Christensen, Sr., MF, Utah State Kendall VanDine, Sr., D, Fresno State Jessica Ingram, Sr., D, San Jose State Natalie Norris, Jr., D, Utah State Liz Boyden, Sr., GK, Idaho Preseason Players of the Year Offensive: Chelsea Small, Jr., F, Idaho Defensive: Jessica Ingram, Sr., D, San Jose State

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ROSTERS NUMERICAL ROSTER No 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 30 35

Player Kanani Taaca (kah-NAH-nee Tah-AH-ka) Elke Zeuner (EL-kee ZOO-ner) Amber Fuller Ashley Haruki (ha-ROO-kee) Brittani Lum Olivia Stanford Madison Kaminski Skye Shimabukuro (shee-ma-BOO-koo-row) Chelsea Miyake (mee-YAH-kay) Krystal Pascua Bree Locquiao (low-key-ow) Ashlyn Ubongen (oo-bong-en) Tiana Fujimoto (foo-GEE-mo-toe) Christy Watanabe (wah-tah-NAH-bay) Colleen Burns Erika “Storm” Nana Tiffany Ikeda-Simao (ee-KAY-dah see-MOW) Karli Look Kaylee Kihara (kee-hah-rah) Alexis Colacchio Michelle Nakasone (nah-KA-so-nay) Rachel Domingo Chelsey Goo Sarah McCallum Crystal Fresquez Tarra Gabriel (TAHR-ah) Alyssa Simbahon Zhané Santiago (zah-NAY) McKenzie McGoldrick Keisha Kanekoa

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Name Pos Colleen Burns D Alexis Colacchio M/D Rachel Domingo M Crystal Fresquez M/D Tiana Fujimoto F Amber Fuller M Tarra Gabriel M/D Chelsey Goo M Ashley Haruki M Tiffany Ikeda-Simao D Madison Kaminski M Keisha Kanekoa GK Kaylee Kihara M Bree Locquiao M Karli Look M Brittani Lum D Sarah McCallum F McKenzie McGoldrick M/F Chelsea Miyake D Michelle Nakasone M Erika “Storm” Nana D Krystal Pascua M F Zhané Santiago Skye Shimabukuro F Alyssa Simbahon D Olivia Stanford M Kanani Taaca GK Ashlyn Ubongen M Christy Watanabe M Elke Zeuner GK

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

Cl Jr Fr Jr Fr Sr Fr Fr Jr So Fr Jr Fr Fr Jr Sr So Sr So Sr Fr Jr Sr Jr Fr So So Sr Fr So Sr

Exp 2L HS TR HS 3L HS HS 2L 1L HS 2L RS HS 2L 3L 1L 3L 1L 3L HS 2L 3L 2L HS 1L 1L 2L HS JC HS

Hometown (Last School) Wai‘anae, O‘ahu (Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama) Ft. Collins, CO (Fossil Ridge HS) Pearl City, O‘ahu (Hawai‘i Pacific University) Mililani, O‘ahu (Hawai‘i Baptist Academy) Folsom, CA (St. Francis HS) Henderson, CO (Prairie View HS) San Clemente, CA (San Clemente HS) Kalāheo, Kaua‘i (Kaua‘i HS) Mililani, O‘ahu (Mililani HS) Waipahu, O‘ahu (‘Iolani School) Mililani, O‘ahu (Mililani HS) Lāwa‘i, Kaua‘i (Kaua‘i HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Moanalua HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Roosevelt HS) Coronado, CA (Coronado HS) Waipahu, O‘ahu (‘Iolani School) Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i (Kaua‘i HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Punahou School) Kula, Maui (King Kekaulike HS) Aliso Viejo, CA (Aliso Niguel HS) Wahiawā, O‘ahu (Leilehua HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Roosevelt HS) Mililani, O‘ahu (Mililani HS) Taupo, New Zealand (St Paul’s Collegiate) Downey, CA (Downey HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama) Kapolei, O‘ahu (University of San Francisco) Hau‘ula, O‘ahu (Kahuku HS) Redondo Beach, CA (Rio Hondo College) Honoka‘a Hawai‘i (Honoka‘a HS)

COACHING STAFF

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # 14 19 21 25 12 2 26 22 3 16 6 35 18 10 17 4 23 30 8 20 15 9 28 7 27 5 00 11 13 1

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

Cl Sr Fr. Sr So Fr Jr So. Jr Fr Sr Fr Sr Sr Jr So Sr Fr So So Jr So Fr Fr Jr Sr Fr Jr Fr Jr Fr

Head Coach Michele Nagamine 1st year (University of Santa Clara, 1990) Assistant Coaches Kathy Carey, 18th year (Stanford, 1980) Mike Herman, 1st year (St. Mary’s, 2007) Marc Fournier, 1st year (UH-Hilo, 2009)

GEOGRAPHIC ROSTER Hawai‘i (21) O‘ahu (16): Rachel Domingo (Honolulu), Tiana Fujimoto (Honolulu), Amber Fuller (Pearl City), Tarra Gabriel (Honolulu), Chelsey Goo (Mililani), Ashley Haruki (Millilani), Bree Locquiao (Mililani), Karli Look (Honolulu), Chelsea Miyake (Mililani), Michelle Nakasone (Wahiawā), Erika “Storm” Nana (Waipahu), Krystal Pascua (Waipahu), Zhane Santiago (Ha‘ula), Alyssa Simbahon (Kapolei), Kanani Taaca (Wai‘anae), Christy Watanabe (Honolulu); Hawai‘i (1): Keisha Kanekoa Kaua‘i (3): Tiffany Ikeda-Simao (Līhu‘e), Skye Shimabukuro (Kalāheo), Ashley Ubongen (Lāwa‘i); Maui (1): Kaylee Kihara (Kula) California (6): Colleen Burns (Coronado), Alexis Colacchio (Aliso Viejo), Crystal Fresquez (Downey), Madison Kaminski (San Clemente), McKenzie McGoldrick (Redondo Beach), Brittani Lum (Folsom) Colorado (2): Olivia Stanford (Henderson) Elke Zeuner (Ft. Collins) New Zealand(1): Sarah McCallum (Taupo)

BY CLASS Seniors (7) 14 Colleen Burns D 21 Rachel Domingo M 16 Tiffany Ikeda-Simao D 35 Keisha Kanekoa GK 18 Kaylee Kihara M 4 Brittani Lum D 27 Alyssa Simbahon D Juniors (7) 2 Amber Fuller M 22 Chelsey Goo M 10 Bree Locquiao M 20 Michelle Nakasone M 7 Skye Shimabukuro F 00 Kanani Taaca GK 13 Christy Watanabe M Sophomore (6) 25 Crystal Fresquez M/D 26 Tarra Gabriel M/D 17 Karli Look M

30

McKenzie McGoldrick

19 Erika “Storm” Nana 8 Chelsea Miyake Freshmen (10)

M/F D D

19

Alexis Colacchio

12

Tiana Fujimoto

M/D

3 6 23 9 28 5 11 1

Ashley Haruki M Madison Kaminski M Sarah McCallum F Krystal Pascua M Zhane Santiago F Olivia Stanford M Ashlyn Ubongen M Elke Zeuner GK

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Elke ZEUNER

1

Amber FULLER

2

Ashley HARUKI

3

Britanni LUM

Madison 6 KAMINSKI

Skye

7

SHIMABUKURO

Chelsea MIYAKE

8

Krystal PASCUA

9

Bree 10 LOCQUIAO

Ashlyn UBONGEN

Tiana 12 FUJIMOTO

Christy 13 WATANABE

Colleen BURNS

14

15

Tiffany 16 IKEDA-SIMAO

Karli LOOK

Kaylee KIHARA

18

Alexis 19 COLACCHIO

Michelle 20 NAKASONE

Chelsey GOO

22

Sarah 23 MCCALLUM

Lauren HO

24

Crystal 25 FRESQUEZ

TARRA GABRIEL

Zhané SANTIAGO

28

McKenzie 30 MCGOLDRICK

Kanani TAACA

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Erika NANA

Rachel DOMINGO

21

Alyssa 27 SIMBAHON

4

Olivia 5 STANFORD

11

17

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PLAYER PROFILES

COLEEN C

RACHEL R

14

BURNS B

M Midfielder 5 5-2 Senior H Honolulu, O‘ahu

D Defender 5 5-8 Senior C Coronado, CA Coronado HS

2010 (Junior): Started and played in every game…one of just four players to start every game…led the team in minutes played (1,852)…played the duration in all but two matches…anchored the team’s backline that tallied three shutouts against Wagner (Aug. 22), Pacific (Sept. 26), and Fresno State (Oct. 10)…tallied five shots on the season...named to the OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout all-tournament team. 2009 (Sophomore): Played 16 games at defender and made 11 starts…assisted both goals in UH’s 2-0 win over Detroit-Mercy (Sept. 26)...helped UH defense post a shutout against nationally ranked Brigham Young (Aug. 21) as well as back-to-back shutouts against Detroit-Mercy (Sept. 24 & 26). 2008 (Freshman): Started in four of 11 matches played as a true freshman…scored her first career goal against Idaho (Nov. 2), helping UH defeat the Vandals 2-1… fired three shots with two on goal…played all of her games as a defender. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Coronado High School in California...four-year letterwinner for Coronado...named team’s Rookie of the Year in 2005, while helping team to CIF championship...member of Albion Soccer Club...helped team to semifinals of State Cup in 2006...also played for Nado Select, leading team to semifinal and one finals appearance in the State Cup...also lettered in lacrosse...member of numerous volunteer clubs. Personal: Born in Virginia Beach, Va...major is undeclared...has two brothers and one sister...parents are Anne Raymond Burns and Joe Burns of Coronado, Calif.

10

G-GS 11-4 16-11 20-20 47-35

SH 3 2 5 10

SOG 2 1 2 5

G 1 0 0 1

A 0 2 0 2

PTS 2 2 0 4

Roosevelt HS

2010 (Junior): Played in 19 games in the midfield…started in 15 of those games… named to the ‘OHANA Hotels & Resorts Shootout all-tournament after helping lead team to the season-opening tournament title… scored lone goal of the year in double-overtime tie against New Mexico State (Oct. 24)…tallied six shots on the season, including four on goal…named to the academic all-WAC team…a UH Scholar-Athlete. 2009 (Sophomore): Started first five games of the sesaon at midfield…scored a goal in the second half against No. 2 Stanford (Aug. 23)…had an assist against Hawai‘i Pacific (Aug. 30)...named to the Outrigger Hotels & Resorts all-tournament team... sidelined the final 14 matches of the season due to injury. 2008 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games playing at midfielder…scored her first career goal in UH’s 4-2 win over Louisiana Tech (Oct. 26) and had one assist playing against USF (Sept. 14), tallying three points for her first season…fired five shots with two on goal...named part of academic all-WAC first-year team. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Roosevelt High School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...a four-year starter for the Rough Riders...a three-time all-league selection...earned all-state mention as a junior and senior...scored nine goals as a senior while leading her team to a league title and an appearance in the 2008 Division II state finals...earned two letters in volleyball, garnering all-league honors and leading team to league title as a junior...also lettered in track...member of student government, peer education and the marching and symphonic bands...graduated magna cum laude. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...a history major...has one older brother and one older sister...sister is former UH soccer standout Jessica Domingo...parents are Trish and Willie Domingo of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

BURNS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Totals

21

DOMINGO D

GWG GWA 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

DOMINGO’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Totals

G-GS 13-0 5-5 19-15 37-20

SH 5 4 6 15

SOG 2 2 4 8

G 1 1 1 3

A 1 1 0 2

PTS 3 3 2 8

GWG GWA 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

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CRYSTAL C

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FFRESQUEZ

TTARRA

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GABRIEL G

M Midfielder/Defender 5 5-3 Sophomore D Downey, CA Downey HS

M Midfielder/Defender 5-3 5 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu H Kamehameha Schools

2010 (Freshman): Played in 19 games and started in 12…played in the backline as well as outside mid…tallied three shots for the season…part of a defense that shutout Fresno State (Oct. 10) to secure the team’s lone conference win…played all 110 minutes in double-overtime tie at Pacific (Sept. 26).

2010 (Freshman): Played in eight matches and started three at defender…started the season-opener against Pacific (Aug. 20) and tallied three shots in 40 minutes of action…posted one shot against Wagner (Aug. 22)… played a season-high 77 minutes against Pepperdine (Sept.19).

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Downey High School in California...earned four varsity letters in soccer...team captured league championship in each of her four seasons... helped lead squad to CIF Southern Section Division V finals in 2007...earned backto-back league player of the year awards as junior and senior as well as offensive MVP accolades...twice named Press Telegram Dream Team honorable mention...a CIF Southern Section Division V all-star...team captain her junior and senior seasons...named most inspirational player as a senior...played club soccer for San Diego Surf SC...founder and editor-and-chief of The Downey Legend, her high school’s student-run online newspaper.

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu, O‘ahu...earned four varsity letters in soccer…started final three seasons at defender and midfielder… a three-time all-state selection, including first-team honors as a sophomore and junior…also a three-time all-league selection…helped lead team to back-to-back state titles in 2007 and ’08 and a pair of league titles in 2007 and ’09…played club soccer for Le‘ahi SC…teammate of fellow UH recruit Karli Look…part of U19 that captured the 2008 Surf Cup…also claimed 2007 and ’09 state championships with Le‘ahi…starting place kicker for the Warrior football team her senior season…named all-state honorable mention…part of Warrior football squad that captured league and state titles in 2009…member of the Surfers Give Back Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Personal: Born in Downey, Calif...intends to major in kinesiology...has two older brothers and one older sister...parents are Armando and Maria Fresquez of Downey, Calif.

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in civil engineering...has two sisters…parents are Terry and Aileen Gabriel of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

FRESQUEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010

G-GS 19-12

SH 3

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SOG 0

G 0

A 0

PTS 0

GWG GWA 0 0

GABRIEL’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010

G-GS 8-3

SH 4

SOG 1

G 0

A 0

PTS 0

GWG GWA 0 0

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CHELSEA C

22

GOO G

M Midfielder 5 5-3 Junior M Millilani, O‘ahu

Mililani HS

2009 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 of 19 matches at midfielder…took six shots, including four on goal...took a career-high three shots, while playing a season-high 77 minutes against Hawai‘i Pacific (Aug. 30)...made first career start in UH’s seasonfinale win at Idaho (Nov. 1). Prep: A 2009 graduate of Mililani High School in Mililani, O‘ahu…a fouryear letterwinner in soccer and team captain…helped lead her team to the OIA Red Championship three times…finished third in the Division I HHSAA State Tournament in 2008 and ’09…scored 17 goals during her senior season…was named first team all-OIA Red West…first-team all-State selection by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin…played for the Lē‘ahi Soccer Club…teammate of Kaitlyn Holt and Bree Locquiao at Mililani HS. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences...has two younger brothers and one older sister…parents are Wendy and Darrin Goo of Mililani, O‘ahu.

GOO’S CAREER STATISTICS G-GS 16-1 10-1 26-2

SH 6 4 10

SOG 4 3 7

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kaua‘i HS

2010 (Junior): Played in 17 games and started nine at outside back…also saw time in the midfield…had one assist against San Francisco (Sept. 3) to help UH to a 3-2 win…took one shot against Nevada (Oct.29)…part of the defense that shutout Fresno State (Oct. 10) in its only conference win…played 96 minutes against New Mexico State (Oct.24)…named to the academic all-WAC team for the second straight year. 2009 (Sophomore): Played 16 games at defender with eight starts…started in each of the final four matches of the year as UH went 2-2...took one shot on goal at New Mexico State (Oct. 18)…named to the academic all-WAC team. 2008 (Freshman): Did not play. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Kaua‘i High School in Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i…four-year letterwinner in soccer and track and field…helped her team win the soccer league championship in 2006 and the track and field league championships in 2005, ’06, ’07 and ’08…was named a league all-star defender in 2006 and ’07 and a league all-star utility player in 2008…named to the 2008 HHSAA Division II all-tournament team… set the league record in the 100-meter, triple jump and 4x100-meter relay in track and field at Kaua‘i High School…played one year with the Real Futbol Club. Personal: Born in Lihue, Kaua‘i…majoring in kinesiology and rehabilitation science…has three younger brothers…parents are Sandi Ikeda and Daniel Simao of Lihue, Kaua‘i.

IKEDA-SIMAO’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

12

16

IIKEDA-SIMAO M Midfielder 5 5-3 Senior L Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i

2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in 10 matches at midfield…started one game against Washington State (Sept.17) and played 45 minutes…tallied four shots on the season with three on goal.

YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

TTIFFANY

G-GS 16-8 17-9 33-17

SH 1 1 2

SOG 1 0 1

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

PTS 0 1 1

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0

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KAYLEE K

KIHARA K

BREE B

M Midfielder 5 5-2 Senior K Kula, Maui King Keakaulike HS

M Midfielder 5 5-2 Junior M Mililani, O‘ahu

2010 (Junior): Played and started in every game of the season…one of just four players to start all 20 games…a consistent performer in the midfield…third on the team in minutes played (1,706)...posted two assists and 15 shots on the year… provided assist on Mari Punzal’s game-winning goal against San Francisco (Sept. 3)… also registered an assist in a loss to Idaho (Oct. 3)…named to the OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi and Cal Invitational all-tournament teams. 2009 (Sophomore): Played 16 games at midfielder, making 11 starts…posted 10 shots on the year, including three on goal...played the entire match...took a seasonhigh two shots against Fresno State (Oct. 4)...played the full duration in five matches with four resulting in wins, including UH’s season finale at Idaho (Nov. 1). 2008 (Freshman): Played in 13 matches and started one against San Francisco (Sept. 14) as a true freshman at midfielder…fired five shots with one in goal…made academic all-WAC first-year team. Prep: A 2008 graduate of King Kekaulike High School in Pukalani, Maui…fouryear letterwinner in soccer and three-year letterwinner in basketball…helped her team win the league titles in 2006 and ’07…named the league Player of the Year in 2007…played club soccer for Rip Girlz and Na Kolohe.

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LLOCQUIAO Mililani HS

2010 (Sophomore): Played in 12 matches with three starts … tallied a total of four shots on the season… posted lone goal of the season in second match of the season against Wagner (Aug. 22)…recorded two shots, while scoring a goal in the last 10 seconds of the match…started against Fresno State (Oct. 10) and played a career high 85 minutes at forward to secure the team’s lone conference win of the season (Oct.10)…. also started against Cal State Bakersfield (Oct. 12) and Louisiana Tech (Oct. 22)…named to the academic all-WAC team…a UH Scholar Athlete. 2009 (Freshman): Played in two games at midfielder…took one shot against Hawai‘i Pacific (Aug. 30)…played a career-high 18 minutes against Hawai‘i Pacific... also appeared in UH’s 2-0 win ove Detroit-Mercy (Sept. 26). Prep: A 2009 graduate of Mililani High School in Mililani, O‘ahu…a three-year starter in soccer…named all-state honorable mention three times...a two-time allleague selection...scored a goal to lift Mililani to the 2009 OIA Red championship… played two years for Miliani Soccer Club and four years for the the Real Hawai‘i Futbol Club…teammate of Chelsey Goo and Chelsea Miyake at Mililani...also lettered in basketball...graduated summa cum laude. Personal: Born in Moanalua, O‘ahu…a pre-nursing major…has one younger brother…parents are Jean and Cirry Locquiao of Mililani, O‘ahu.

Personal: Born in Wailuku, Maui…intends to major in psychology...has one older brother and one older sister…parents are Fran and Kevin Kihara of Kula, Maui.

LOCQUIAO’S CAREER STATISTICS

KIHARA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Totals

G-GS 13-1 16-11 20-20 49-32

SH 5 10 15 30

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SOG 1 3 10 14

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 2

PTS 0 0 2 2

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

G-GS 2-0 12-3 14-3

SH 1 4 5

SOG 0 2 2

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 2 2

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0

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KARLI K

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LLOOK

M Midfielder 5-2 5 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu H

Punahou School

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Punahou School on O‘ahu...earned four varsity letters in soccer and two each in track and cross country…a four-year starter in soccer… tallied 24 goals and 14 assists during her career while playing in the midfield… a three-time all-state selection, including first-team honors as a junior and senior…also a two-time all-league pick…named state player of the year in 2010 by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin...also named league defensive player of the year…honored by team in senior season as team captain, most inspirational player and recipient of the athletic award of honor…helped lead team to three straight state championship game appearances, including back-to-back titles in 2009 and ’10…named to the HHSAA state girls soccer all-tournament team three years straight, including most outstanding player honors in 2010…played club soccer with Lē‘ahi SC… part of U19 squad that captured the 2008 Surf Cup…also claimed 2009 state championships with Lē‘ahi…teammate of fellow UH recruit Tarra Gabriel… a member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team and selected to the Region IV ODP U17 player pool…member of 2010 state champion track team for Punahou…also helped team to two league titles in track…part of cross country squad that captured league and state championships in 2007 and ’09…made dean’s list all four years at Punahou…received 2010 scholar athlete achievement award and 2009 recognition award in physics…graduated with honors. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in biology...has two older sisters...sister Kelsie played four seasons for UH soccer (2006-09)...parents are Leland and Alison Look of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

LOOKS’S CAREER STATISTICS G-GS 20-20

SH 11

SOG 4

G 0

A 1

PTS 1

GWG GWA 0 1

2010 (Junior): Put together a consistent junior campaign, starting all 20 matches at defender…one of just four players to start in every match...second on the team in minutes played (1,779)…recorded 23 shots, third most on the team…scored three goals, tied for second best on the team...scored two of those goals in the final three matches...proved to be a clutch scorer from the backline…all three of her goals—at San Jose State (Oct.8), versus New Mexico State (Oct.24), and at Nevada (Oct.29)—were scored in the second half to help send each of those matches into overtime…had one assist against Cal State Bakersfield (Oct. 12)… key part of defense that posted shutouts against Wagner (Aug. 22), Pacific (Sept. 26), and Fresno State (Oct. 10). 2009 (Sophomore): Started all 19 games at defender…one of just three players to start in every match...had one assist against Hawai‘i Pacific (Aug. 30)…recorded 15 shots on the year and attempted a season-high four shots against Nevada (Oct. 23)…helped UH defense post a shutout against nationally ranked Brigham Young (Aug. 21) as well as back-to-back shutouts against Detroit-Mercy (Sept. 24 & 26)... named to the academic all-WAC team. 2008 (Freshman): Named to academic all-WAC first-year team…started in 18 of 19 matches as a true freshman at defender…helped UH record four shutouts, including two of seven conference matches…fired two shots on the season, both on goal. Prep: A 2008 graduate of St. Francis High School in Sacramento, Calif...a threeyear varsity letterwinner in soccer...plays both midfield and defender...a three-time all-league and all-metro selection...helped lead team to three league championships and two sectional titles...named metro MVP after anchoring a Troubadours team that ended the 2008 season with 11 consecutive shutouts...plays club soccer for the Capital Athletic Boca Jr’s...member of squad that won two club national championships (2004, ’06) in three years...team also was regional champs those seasons...a participant in the Super Y ODP national camp in 2006 and ’07...two-time all-league performer on her school’s cross country team..two-time winner of the Excellence Award in Latin. Personal: Born in Sacramento, Calif...nickname is “Britt”...majoring in biology...has one younger sister...parents are Lori and Joseph Lum of Folsom, Calif.

LUM’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Totals

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LLUM

D Defender 5-7 Senior 5 Folsom, CA St. Francis HS F

2010 (Freshman): Enjoyed a solid freshman campaign and made an immediate impact in the midfield….started and played in all 20 games on the season…one of four players to start every game…had the game-winning assist in UH win at Fresno State (Oct. 10)…recorded 11 shots on the year… named to the OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi and the Outrigger Soccer Classic all-tournament teams…a UH scholar-athlete.

YEAR 2010

BRITTANI B

G-GS 19-18 19-19 20-20 58-57

SH 2 15 23 40

SOG 2 8 11 21

G 0 0 3 3

A 0 1 1 2

PTS 0 1 7 8

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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CHELSEA C

MICHELLE M

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MIYAKE M

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NAKASONE N M Midfielder 5-4 5 Sophomore Wahiawa, O‘ahu W

M Midfielder/Defender 5 5-7 Sophomore M Mililani, O‘ahu Mililani HS

Leilehua HS

2010 (Freshman): Saw significant playing time as a true freshman primarily in the midfield…also saw time at defender…..appeared in 14 games and started 11 games tallied 16 shots, including seven on goal, for the season …made first career start against Cal Poly (Aug. 27)…played all 110 minutes in double-overtime tie at San Jose State (Oct. 8) …started against Fresno State (Oct. 10) and recorded three shots in helping the team secure lone conference win… played the duration against New Mexico State (Oct.24) and tallied one shot on goal in a double-overtime tie.

2010 (Sophomore): Played in 17 matches at outside midfielder…had nine shots with a career-high of two against Wagner (Aug. 22) and Washington State (Sept. 17)…played 17 minutes in conference win against Fresno State (Oct. 10) …played a season-high 51 minutes against New Mexico State and posted one shot on goal (Oct. 24) in a double-overtime tie…a UH scholar-athlete.

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Mililani High School on O‘ahu...a four-year starter for the Trojans while playing midfielder and defender...a three-time all-state first team selection...also earned all-league honors three times...helped lead team to back-to-back league titles...anchored a defense that shutout opponents in the OIA Tournament after allowing just three goals during the 2009 regular season...as a senior, helped lead team to state runner-up finish...team went a perfect 17-0 before falling in 2010 state title game...played club soccer for Real Hawai‘i Rush …helped squad capture Region V championship…earned First 11 honors for Rush in 2010…named Rush Player of the Year in 2009...club teammate of fellow UH recruits Karli Look and Ashlyn Ubongen and current players Michelle Nakasone and Skye Shimabukuro.

Prep: A 2009 graduate of Leilehua High School in Wahiawa, O‘ahu…was a threeyear letterwinner in soccer…was named the 2009 team most valuable player…played club soccer for eight years with Real Hawai‘i Futbol Club.

Personal: Born in Miami, Fla...major is undeclared...has one brother and three sisters...parents are Grant Miyake and Barbara Linnett of Mililani, O‘ahu.

2009 (Freshman): Played one game at midfielder against Hawai‘i Pacific (Aug. 30).

Personal: Born in Wahiawa, O‘ahu…enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences…has one brother…parents are Renette and Norman Nakasone of Wahiawā, O‘ahu.

NAKASONE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 Total

G-GS 1-0 17-0 18-0

SH 1 9 10

SOG 0 3 3

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIYAKE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010

G-GS 14-11

SH 16

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SOG 7

G 0

A 0

PTS 0

GWG GWA 0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES

EERIKA “STORM”

ALYSSA A

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NANA N

D Defender 5 5-3 Junior K Kapolei, O‘ahu

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in one game at defender against Wagner (Aug.22) in the ‘OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout...a UH scholar-athlete. Prep: A 2009 graduate of ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, O‘ahu... a three-year starter at defender… played club soccer for Real Hawai‘i Rush … club teammate of fellow UH recruits Chelsea Miyake and Ashlyn Ubongen and current players Michelle Nakasone and Skye Shimabukuro… also earned one varsity letter in track at Iolani.

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SIMBAHON S

D Defender 5-4 Sophomore 5 Waipahu, O‘ahu W ‘Iolani School

University of San Francisco

2010 (Junior): Played in eight games and started in one aat Nevada as a center back (Oct.29)… played a career-high of 109 minutes in the double overtime loss to the Wolf Pack…part of a defense that shut out Wagner (Aug.22) to help capture the season-opening OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout… team’s top scholar-athlete.

2009 (Sophomore): Played in six games at defender with two starts…started against Stanford (Aug. 23) and against Idaho (Nov. 1)...played a season-high 61 minutes against Hawai‘i Pacific (Aug. 30)...part of defense that posted a shutout against Personal: Born in Waipahu, O‘ahu...intends to major in computer science...has two Detroit-Mercy (Sept. 26). younger brothers...parents are Vitalino and Elma Nana of Waipahu, O‘ahu. Prior To UH: Played one season at the University of San Francisco…appeared in 12 games and started seven for USF…was named to the West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll…named a USF scholar-athlete and gold honors recipient.

NANA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010

G-GS 1-0

SH 0

SOG 0

G 0

A 0

PTS 0

Prep: A 2008 graduate of ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, O‘ahu…was a three-year letterwinner in soccer and a two-year letterwinner in track and field…was named the James Pott Athletic Award recipient her senior year at ‘Iolani…played club soccer for three years with Le‘ahi Soccer Club.

GWG GWA 0 0

SKYE S

7

SHIMABUKURO S F Forward 5-5 Sophomore 5 Kalaheo, Kaua‘i Kaua‘i HS K

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…nickname is “Simba”…a Spanish major…has one older brother...parents are Lori and John Simbahon of Kapolei, O‘ahu.

SIMBAHON’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 Total

G-GS 6-2 8-1 14-3

SH 0 0 0

SOG 0 0 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0

2010 (Sophomore): Played in 17 matches at outside midfielder…had nine shots with a career-high of two against Wagner (Aug. 22) and Washington State (Sept. 17)…played 17 minutes in conference win against Fresno State (Oct. 10) …played a season-high 51 minutes against New Mexico State and posted one shot on goal (Oct. 24) in a double-overtime tie…a UH scholar-athlete. 2009 (Freshman): Played in 17 matches with three starts at forward…started two games in a row at Pepperdine (Sept. 13) and Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 16)…also started season finale at Idaho (Nov. 1)...tallied an assist in loss against No. 2 Stanford (Aug. 23)…played a career-high 90 minutes at Pepperdine…attempted five shots on the season...named to academic all-WAC first-year team. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kaua‘i High School in Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i…helped her team win the KIF championship in 2009…was named to the Division II HHSAA alltournament team for three straight years…led her team to a third-place finish in the Division II HHSAA State Championships in 2008 and ’09…scored 20 goals her senior season…was the team captain her junior and senior seasons. Personal: Born in Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i…majoring in kinesiology…has one younger brother…parents are Shari and Scott Shimabukuro of Kalāheo, Kaua‘i.

SHIMABUKUROS CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 Total

G-GS

SH

SOG

G

A

PTS

17-3 19-9

5 24

0 12

0 3

1 0

1 6

GWG GWA

0 1

0 0

36-12

29

12

3

1

7

1

0

Shimabukuro

16

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KANANI K

TTAACA

G Goalkeeper 5-6 5 Sophomore Wai‘anae W Kamehameha-Kapalama

ASHLYN A

00

2010 (Sophomore): Played 19 matches at keeper and started in all 19…tallied 67 saves overall, including a career-high nine saves in a 0-0 tie at Pacific (Sept. 26)… recorded a 3-13-2 record including two shutouts against Pacific (Sept. 26) and Fresno State (Oct.10)...posted a 2.39 goals against average…named to the ‘OHANA Hotels & Resorts Shootout all-tournament team after only giving up one goal in the tournament against Pacific (Aug.20)…named WAC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 11) after posting a shutout against Fresno State (Oct.10) to lock up UH’s lone conference win of the season…tied for 6th in saves in the WAC rankings. 2009 (Freshman): Played 14 games at keeper, making 11 starts…made two saves in her first career game and combined with Kristina Ehrett to shutout nationally ranked Brigham Young (Aug. 21)…posted a 4-6-0 record including consecutive shutout wins over Detroit-Mercy (Sept. 24 & 26)...tallied 42 saves overall, including a career-high eight saves in a 2-1 loss at New Mexico State (Oct. 18)...posted a 1.32 goals against average.

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UBONGEN U

M Midfielder 5-2 5 Freshman Lāwa‘i, Kaua‘i L Kaua‘i HS

2010: Redshirted Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kaua‘i High School in in Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i …a three-year starter at forward and midfield…a two-time all-state pick and three-time all-league selection…league leader in goals for three seasons, including a total of 25 goals during her junior season…team captain as a junior…earned HHSAA all-tournament honors in 2008 and ’09…sat out senior season…teammate of current Rainbow Wahine players Tiffany Ikeda-Simao and Skye Shimabukuro…played club soccer for Real Hawai‘i Rush …helped squad capture Region V championship…earned First 11 honors for Rush…teammate of fellow UH recruits Karli Look and Chelsea Miyake…member of the state ODP team (2005-07). Personal: Born in Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i…intends to major in kinesiology…has one younger brother…parents are Karl and FlorindaUbongen of Lāwa‘i, Kaua‘i.

2008: Redshirted.

CHRISTY C

Prep: A 2008 graduate of Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu, O‘ahu....four-year letterwinner for the Warriors...starting goalkeeper for the three state championship squads...state tournament MVP two straight years...picked up second straight MVP award after notching three straight shutouts during championship run...also named Honolulu Advertiser Athlete of the Week (Feb. 5) for her performance...a member of the Hawai‘i ODP team and selected to the ODP Region IV pool...a first-team allconference and all-state selection as a junior...plays club soccer for Lē‘ahi Premier.

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WATANABE W M Midfielder 5-0 5 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu H

Roosevelet HS

Personal: Born in Wai‘anae, O‘ahu...majoring in kinesiology...has one brother... parents are Bernie and Leo Taaca of Wai‘anae, O‘ahu.

TAACA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 Total

G-GS MIN 14-11 1088:08 19-19 1583:42 33-30 2671:50

SV 42 67 109

GA 16 42 58

SHO 2 2 4

GAA 1.32 2.39 1.95

W-L-T 4-6-0 3-13-2 6-19-2

2010 (Sophomore): Played 19 matches at keeper and started in all 19…tallied 67 saves overall, including a career-high nine saves in a 0-0 tie at Pacific (Sept. 26)… recorded a 3-13-2 record including two shutouts against Pacific (Sept. 26) and Fresno State (Oct.10)...posted a 2.39 goals against average…named to the ‘OHANA Hotels & Resorts Shootout all-tournament team after only giving up one goal in the tournament against Pacific (Aug.20)…named WAC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 11) after posting a shutout against Fresno State (Oct.10) to lock up UH’s lone conference win of the season…tied for 6th in saves in the WAC rankings. 2009 (Freshman): Played four games at midfielder…started one game against Fresno State (Oct. 4)…took one shot on goal at Cal State Northridge (Sept. 18). Prep: A 2009 graduate of Roosevelt High School in Honolulu, O‘ahu…was a fouryear letterwinner in soccer and a one-year letterwinner in track and field…her team won the OIA Division II championship in 2008…was named second team Red Conference East Division her senior year…named second team White Conference her junior year and named first team White Conference her sophomore season…was an honor roll student…played club soccer for two seasons with 808 ‘Ohana. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences… parents are Cindy Konno-Figueroa of Waipahu, O‘ahu and Guy Watanabe of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

WATANABE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 Total

G-GS 4-1 15-0 19-1

SH 1 3 4

SOG 1 2 3

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0

Taaca

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PLAYER PROFILES - NEWCOMERS

ALEXIS A

COLACCHIO C

19

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Aliso Niguel High School in Aliso Viejo, Calif…a fouryear letterwinner in soccer… helped lead team to second round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs before falling to eventual champion Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy… a member of the West Coast Futbol Club…led team to the finals of the prestigious West Coast Classic and Surf Cup tournaments… played for same club as fellow UH recruit Madison Kaminski…also participated in track in high school, earning team MVP honors as a sprinter and hurdler. Personal: Born in Newport Beach, Calif…nickname is “Lex”…intends to major in dental hygiene…has two younger brothers…parents are Bernie and Jennifer Colacchio of Aliso Viejo, Calif.

AMBER A

2

FFULLER Hawai’i Pacific University

Prior To UH: Played two seasons for Hawai‘i Pacific University in Honolulu…a two-time All-PacWest selection at center midfielder, including first-team honors as a sophomore…competed in 34 career games and notched 13 goals…as a sophomore, registered three assists and five goals, including three game-winners…eight goals as a freshman en route to second-team all-conference honors. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kamehameha-Kapālama in Honolulu...lettered four years in soccer….part of a team that won four league titles and three state championships…a two-time all-state selection…played for the Lē‘ahi Soccer Club …has played for coach Michele Nagamine on the club, high school, and collegiate levels. Personal: Born in Honolulu...intends to major in biology…has three sisters and one brother...older sister Meghan was a teammate on HPU soccer team…parents are Stan and Julie Fuller of Pearl City, O‘ahu.

TTIANA

FFUJIMOTO F Forward 5 5-0 Freshman Honolulu, O’ahu H

12

Moanalua HS

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Moanalua High School in Honolulu, O‘ahu…a four-time all-state player, including first-time honors three straight seasons…the state’s top goal scorer in back-to-back seasons…scored 23 goals as a senior and 30 goals as junior… selected as a Gatorade Player of the Year finalist in both of those seasons…three-time OIA East Player of the Year…led Moanalua to a pair of OIA East Red Division titles as senior and sophomore…team captain and MVP in each of her four seasons… named to the ESPN Rise all-state team as a senior...also selected as the school’s female athlete of the year and a Hall of Fame inductee in 2011…an ODP Region IV Pool Player…played club soccer for Ka‘oi Express…led Ka‘oi to four USYS Hawaii State Cup titles. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…nickname is “T”…intends to major in kinesiology…has one older borther…parents are Rod and Sabrina Fujimoto of Honolulu, O‘ahu. 18

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HARUKI H M Midfielder 5-1 Freshman 5 Mililani, O‘ahu M

M Midfielder/Defender 5-3 5 Freshman Aliso Viejo, CA A Aliso Niguel HS

M Midfielder 5-5 Junior 5 Pearl City, O‘ahu P

ASHLEY A

Hawai’i Baptist Academy

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Hawaii Baptist Academy in Honolulu, O‘ahu…earned four varsity letters for the Pac-Five soccer team…twice named all-state honorable mention…also a three-time all-league selection, including first-team honors as a senior…helped lead Pac-Five to back-to-back league and state Division II titles… named to the 2010 HHSAA All-Tournament Team…played club soccer for Hawai‘i Rush…member of numerous title-winning squads, including the 2004 US Club Soccer national champions…also helped lead team to the 2005 USYS Far West Region finals…was the leading scoring in the 2011 MISO Women’s League spring season. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…nickname is “Muki”…intends to major in kinesiology…has one older brother…parents are Alan and Denise Haruki of Mililani, O‘ahu.

MADISON M

KAMINSKI K M Midfielder 5-4 Freshman 5 San Clemente, CA S

6

San Clemente HS

Prep: A 2011 graduate of San Clemente High School in California…a four-year letter winner in soccer… part of a Tritons program that became the first county team ever to play in four consecutive CIF title matches…helped lead San Clemente to the CIF Southern Section championship in 2008 and ’09 and runner-up finishes in 2010 and ’11… member of two league championship teams…part of the 2009 team that captured league, CIF and state championships…played club soccer for West Coast Futbol Club…played for same club as fellow UH recruit Alexis Colocchio… an honor roll student and scholar-athlete.

Personal: Born in Mission Viejo, Calif…nickname is “Maddie”…intends to major in biology…has two brothers and one sister…parents are Robert and Amy Kaminski of San Clemente, Calif.

SARAH S

MCCALLUM M F Forward 5-7 5 Freshman Taupo, New Zeland T

23

St. Paul’s Collegiate

Prep: A 2010 graduate of A graduate of St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton, New Zealand…lettered two years in soccer… led St. Paul’s to the Wakatio Secondary School Division I league title in 2009 and ’10…served as team captain both years… earned MVP and Coaches Cup honors…named most outstanding player at the player of the Maurice Hulme Tournament…played club soccer for the Taupo Amazons…also a track standout… runner-up in the 4x100 meter relay and fifth in the 100 meters at the New Zealand National Secondary School’s Athletics championship…UH’s first-ever recruit from New Zealand. Personal: Born in Rotorua, New Zealand…intends to major in civil engineering… has two brothers and two sisters…parents are William and Heather McCallum of Taupo, New Zealand.

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MCKENZIE M

MCGOLDRICK M M Midfielder/ Forward 5-5 5 Sophomore Redondo Beach, CA R

30

SANTIAGO S F Forward 5-8 Freshman 5 Hau'ula, O'ahu H

28

Kahuku HS

Rio Hondo College

Prior to UH: Was part of the nation’s seventh-ranked recruiting class after signing with the University of Michigan...injured her knee the summer prior and did not play for the Wolverines…played one season at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, Calif…earned second-team all-league honors despite still recovering from a torn ACL. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, Calif… earned four varsity letters in soccer… a three-time all-league and two-time all-CIF selection…was named league MVP, all-CIF and all-area first-team as a junior after scoring 25 goals….led her team to the league title as well as CIF Division IV semifinal and regional appearances…. was an all-league and all-CIF first-team selection as a sophomore after helping lead team to the CIF Division IV finals…made all-league second team as a freshman…served as team captain as a junior and senior…graduated magna cum laude...played club soccer for San Diego Surf-North…helped team to a national semifinal appearance…named MVP of the Cal Summer Soccer camp. Personal: Born in Torrance, Calif…nickname is “Kenz”…intends to major in marine biology…father played baseball for Long Beach State…parents are Dennis and Ellen McGoldrick of Redondo Beach, Calif.

KRYSTAL K

PASCUA P M Midfielder 5-8 5 Freshman Waipahu, O‘ahu W

ZZHANÉ

9

‘Iolani School

Prep: A 2011 graduate of ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, O‘ahu…earned four letters in soccer…named the 2011 state player of the year for…led the Raiders with 11 goals in league play with four more in post season play as ‘Iolani finished as state runnerups...named the HHSAA State Tournament MVP and league co-offensive player of the year for her efforts…also earned first-team all-state honors as a junior after leading the Raiders to a second-place league finish and state tournament berth for the first time in a decade…a four-time all-league selection…a two-year team captain… played club soccer for Lē‘ahi Soccer Club…helped team attain a ranking as high as 17th nationally and sixth regionally…an ODP regional pool selection. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…major is undecided…has four brothers and two sisters…parents are Brian and Ginger Pascua of Waipahu, O‘ahu.

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Kahuku High School on O‘ahu…four-year letterwinner in both soccer and track…a two-time all-state player at striker…four-time OIA East all-star as a striker, including first-team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior… led team in scoring as just a freshman...member of the 2006 AYSO U12 national championship team…played club soccer for Lē‘ahi and Hawai‘i Rush…also enjoyed a stellar track career at Kahuku…a four-time state champion in the 100-meter hurdles…set a new state record in the event as a junior (14.61)…also a multiple state champion in the long jump and triple jump…won state titles in the 300 hurdles, 100 hurdles and triple jump as just a freshman…named the 2008 Gatorade Female Track Athlete of the Year for Hawai‘i for her efforts….a 2011 HHSAA Hall of Honor inductee. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…intends to major in kinesiology…nickname is “Né”…has two sisters and one brother…father, Louis, and uncles Walter and Lane Santiago played football at UH…parents are Louis and Anue Santiago of Hau‘ula, O‘ahu.

OLIVIA O

STANFORD S M Midfielder 5-6 Freshman 5 Henderson, CA H

5

Praire View HS

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Prairie View High School in Henderson, Colo…earned one varsity letter in soccer…helped lead team to 2009 conference championship…a first-team all-league and second-team all-state selection…an honor roll student...created Club IMPACT, a school environmental club…played club soccer for Colorado Storm Copa. Personal: Born in San Diego, Calif…nickname is “Ollie”…intends to major in environmental engineering…has one younger brother…parents are Brian Derek Stanford and Amy Stanford of Henderson, Colo.

EELKE

1

ZZEUNER G Goalkeeper 6 6-1 Freshman Fort Collins, CO F

Fossil Ridge HS

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Fossil Ridge High School in Ft. Collins, Colo… a threeyear letterwinner…earned all-conference honors as a senior goalkeeper when she recorded 93 saves, six shutouts and two assists in 1,200 minutes played…an honors student…member of Young Life and the Key Club…played club soccer for the Fort Collins Arsenal Royal and Colorado Storm North. Personal: Born in San José, Costa Rica…intends to major in kinesiology…has one older brother and one younger sister…parents are Wilfred Zeuner and Imke Backens of San José, Costa Rica.

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2011 OPPONENTS WASHINGTON STATE

NORTH DAKOTA

CALIFORNIA

Non Conference Aug. 19 7:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

OHANA Hotels No Ka ‘Oi Aug. 27 7:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

OHANA Hotels No Ka ‘Oi Aug. 28 5:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

GAME 1 General Information Location ______________________________ Pullman, WA Founded_____________________________________ 1890 Enrollment __________________________________20,060 President _____________________________ Elson S. Floyd Athletics Director ___________________________Bill Moos Nickname _________________________________ Cougars Colors _____________________________ Crimson & Gray Conference __________________________________ Pac-12

General Information Location _________________________________Fargo, ND Founded_____________________________________ 1890 Enrollment __________________________________14,407 President Dean Bresciani Athletics Director ________________________ Gene Taylor Nickname ___________________________________ Bison Colors ____________________________ Yellow and Green Conference ___________________________ Summit League

General Information Location ______________________________ Berkeley, CA Founded ____________________________________ 1868 Enrollment _________________________________33,000 Chancellor __________________________Robert Birgeneau Athletics Director ______________________Sandy Barbour Nickname _____________________________ Golden Bears Colors _______________________________ Blue and Gold Conference _______________________________Pacific-12

Facility Information Stadium __________________________ Lower Soccer Field Capacity _____________________________________2,000 Press Box Phone ________________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium _________________________Ellig Sports Complex Capacity _____________________________________3,500 Press Box Phone ________________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium _______________ Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field Capacity ___________________________________22,000 Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Sports Information Soccer Contact _________________________ Craig Lawson Office _______________________________ (509) 335-0265 Cell _______________________________ (509) 432-9063 Email _______________________________ craigl@wsu.edu Website _____________________________wsucougars.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact ___________________________ Jenny Beam Office _______________________________ (701) 231-8047 Cell ________________________________ (701) 799-1432 Email ________________________ jennifer.beam@ndsu.edu Website _________________________________________

Sports Information Soccer Contact___________________ Anna Oleson-Wheeler Phone ______________________________ (510) 643-5846 Fax_________________________________ (510) 643-7778 Email ________________________ aowheeler@berkeley.edu Website __________________________ www.CalBears.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach _________________________________ Matt Potter Alma Mater ____________________________West London Career Record (Years) ____________________ 76-62-22 (8) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (509) 335-0343

Coaching Staff Head Coach ____________________________ Pete Cuadrado Alma Mater ______________________________ TCU 2000 Career Record (Years) ____________________ 78-58-16 (8) School Record (Years) __________________________ same Office Phone _________________________ (701) 231-9471

Coaching Staff Head Coach___________________________ Neil McGuire Alma Mater _______________________Augusta State, 1997 Career Record (Years) _________________ 113-105-17 (12) School Record (Years) _____________________ 45-29-8 (4) Office Phone _________________________ (510) 643-2536

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 7-13-0 Conference Record (Place) ____________________ 2-7 (9th) Letterwinners R/L _____________________________13/14 Starters R/L ____________________________________7/4 Newcomers ___________________________________ N/A

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 12-5-6 Conference Record (Place) __________________ 6-2-1 (2nd) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________17/6 Starters R/L ____________________________________8/3 Newcomers ____________________________________ 11

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 9-6-5 Conference Record (Place)__________________ 4-4-1 (5th) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________21/6 Starters R/L ____________________________________7/4 Newcomers ____________________________________ 10

Series Series Record _________________________ WSU leads, 3-0 Last Meeting __________________________Sept. 17, 2010 Result _______________________________ WSU 3, UH 0 Streak _____________________________________ WSU, 3

Series Series Record ___________________________________0-0 Last Meeting __________________________________ N/A Result _______________________________________ N/A Streak ________________________________________ N/A

Series Series Record ___________________________Cal leads, 2-0 Last Meeting ___________________________Sept. 5, 2010 Result _________________________________ Cal 8, UH 1 Streak ______________________________________ Cal, 2

GAME 4

GAME 2

UC IRVINE

LONG BEACH STATE

Non Conference Sept. 2 6:00 PM PT Irvine, CA

Non Conference Sept. 4 1:00 PM PT Long Beach, CA

GAME 5

General Information Location _________________________________ Irvine, CA Founded_____________________________________ 1962 Enrollment __________________________________11,000 Chancellor ______________________ Dr. Michael V. Drake Athletics Director ___________________________ Mike Izzi Nickname ________________________________ Anteaters Colors ________________________________ Blue & Gold Conference ________________________________ Big West

General Information Location ___________________________ Long Beach, CA Founded ____________________________________ 1949 Enrollment _________________________________33,419 President _______________________ Dr. F. King Alexander Athletics Director _______________________ Vince Cegles Nickname ___________________________________ 49ers Colors _______________________________ Blue and Gold Conference _______________________________ Big West

Facility Information Stadium ____________________________Anteater Stadium Capacity _____________________________________2,500 Press Box Phone ________________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium ___________________________George Allen Field Capacity ____________________________________1,000 Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Sports Information Soccer Contact ________________________________ TBA Phone_______________________________ (949) 824-8934 Fax _________________________________ (949) 824-5260 Email _______________________________________ TBD Website ______________________ www.ucirvinesports.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact__________________________ Andrea Ohta Office ______________________________ (562) 985-8569 Cell ________________________________ (562) 505-1297 Email ______________________________ aohta@csulb.edu Website ______________________www.longbeachstate.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ____________________________ Scott Juniper Alma Mater _________________ University of Bristol, 1998 Career Record (Years) _____________________ 50-26-8 (4) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (949) 824-1095

Coaching Staff Head Coach________________________ Mauricio Ingrassia Alma Mater __________________ Cal State Fullerton, 1995 Career Record (Years) ____________________ 78-48-16 (7) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (562) 985-1858

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 19-3-2 Conference Record (Place) ____________________ 8-0 (1st) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________10/3 Starters R/L ____________________________________7/4 Newcomers ____________________________________ 11

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 14-6-2 Conference Record (Place)__________________ 5-2-1 (2nd) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________18/7 Starters R/L ____________________________________6/5 Newcomers _____________________________________ 8

Series Series Record __________________________UCI leads, 2-0 Last Meeting __________________________Sept. 27, 1995 Result ___________________________ UC Irvine 3, UH 0 Streak ______________________________________UCI, 2

Series Series Record ____________________________ Tied, 2-2-1 Last Meeting __________________________ Aug. 24, 2008 Result _______________________________ LBSU 4, UH 3 Streak ____________________________________ LBSU, 1

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2011 OPPONENTS

GAME 6

SAINT MARY’S

HAWAII PACIFIC

UNLV

Non Conference Sept. 6 4:00 PM PT Moraga, CA

Non Conference Sept. 11 5:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

UNLV Nike Classic Sept. 16 4:30 PM PT Las Vegas, NV

GAME 7

GAME 8

General Information Location _______________________________Moraga, CA Founded ____________________________________ 1863 Enrollment __________________________________3,840 President ________________ Brother Ronald Gallagher, FSC Athletics Director __________________________Mark Orr Nickname ___________________________________ Gaels Colors _____________________________ Navy, Red, Silver Conference _____________________________ West Coast

General Information Location ___________________________ Honolulu, O‘ahu Founded ____________________________________ 1965 Enrollment __________________________________8,000 President ________________________________________ Athletics Director ________________ Darren Vorderbruegge Nickname _____________________________ Sea Warriors Colors ______________________________ Blue and Green Conference ________________________________ PacWest

General Information Location _____________________________ Las Vegas, NV Founded ____________________________________ 1957 Enrollment _________________________________29,000 President __________________________ Dr. Neal Smatresk Athletics Director ______________________ Jim Livengood Nickname __________________________________ Rebels Colors _______________________________Scarlet & Gray Conference __________________________ Mountain West

Facility Information Stadium ________________________ Saint Mary’s Stadium Capacity ____________________________________5,500 Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium ______________________________ Atherton Field Capacity _____________________________________ N/A Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium ______________________ Johnann Memorial Field Capacity ____________________________________2,500 Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Sports Information Soccer Contact_________________________Mark Oshidari Office ______________________________ (925) 631-8722 Cell ________________________________ (925) 247-4393 Email __________________________ mko2@stmarys-ca.edu Website ________________________ www.SMCGaels.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact___________________________Brent Curry Phone ______________________________ (808) 544-0220 Fax__________________________________________ N/A Email ______________________________ bcurry@hpu.edu Website _______________________www.goseawarriors.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact___________________________Mark Wasik Office ______________________________ (702) 895-3208 Cell ________________________________ (702) 528-0289 Email _________________________ mark.wasik@unlv.edu Website _____________________ www.UNLVRebels.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach____________________________ Kai Edwards Alma Mater ______________________ Sonoma State, 2003 Career Record (Years) _____________________ 17-18-4 (2) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (925) 631-4415

Coaching Staff Head Coach____________________________ Gina Brewer Alma Mater ________________________Washington, 2002 Career Record (Years) _______________________ First Year School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (808) 356-5214

Coaching Staff Head Coach___________________________ Jennifer Klein Alma Mater ___________________________ Arizona 2006 Career Record (Years) ______________________ 11-8-1 (2) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________(702) 895-4176

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 8-7-4 Conference Record (Place)__________________ 2-4-1 (7th) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________16/4 Starters R/L ____________________________________7/4 Newcomers _____________________________________ 8

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 9-8-0 Conference Record (Place)__________________ 9-5-0 (T-3) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________ N/A Starters R/L ___________________________________ N/A Newcomers ___________________________________ N/A

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 11-8-1 Conference Record (Place)__________________ 2-4-1 (5th) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________19/5 Starters R/L ____________________________________6/5 Newcomers _____________________________________ 6

Series Series Record _________________________ SMC leads, 7-1 Last Meeting ___________________________Sept. 7, 2010 Result ________________________________ SMC 3, UH 0 Streak _____________________________________ SMC, 4

Series Series Record __________________________ UH leads, 9-0 Last Meeting __________________________ Aug. 30, 2009 Result ________________________________ UH 4, HPU 1 Streak ______________________________________ UH, 9

Series Series Record ________________________UNLV leads, 1-0 Last Meeting __________________________ Oct. 18, 1998 Result ______________________________ UNLV 3, UH 0 Streak ____________________________________UNLV, 1

GAME 9

SAN DIEGO STATE

UTAH STATE

NEVADA

UNLV Nike Classic Sept. 18 1:00 PM PT Las Vegas, NV

Western Athletic Conference Sept. 30 7:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

Western Athletic Conference Oct. 1 5:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

GAME 10

GAME 11

General Information Location ____________________________ San Diego, CA Founded ____________________________________ 1897 Enrollment _________________________________32,396 President _______________________ Dr. Stephen L. Weber Athletics Director __________________________ Jim Sterk Nickname __________________________________ Aztecs Colors _____________________________ Scarlet and Black Conference __________________________ Mountain West

General Information Location _______________________________ Logan, Utah Founded_____________________________________ 1888 Enrollment _________________________________ 23, 925 President ______________________________Stan Albrecht Athletics Director _________________________Scott Barnes Nickname __________________________________ Aggies Colors _________________________ Navy Blue and White Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

General Information Location _________________________________ Reno, NV Founded_____________________________________ 1874 Enrollment __________________________________17,000 President _____________________________ Marc Johnson Athletics Director _________________________ Cary Groth Nickname _______________________________ Wolf Pack Colors ______________________________ Blue and Silver Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

Facility Information Stadium __________________________ SDSU Sports Deck Capacity ____________________________________1,000 Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium ______________Chuck and Gloria Bell Soccer Field Capacity ______________________________________ 500 Press Box Phone _______________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium ____________________________ Mackay Stadium Capacity ___________________________________ 29, 993 Press Box Phone _______________________ (775) 784-6545

Sports Information Soccer Contact__________________________ Darin Wong Phone ______________________________ (619) 594-5547 Fax_________________________________ (619) 582-6541 Email __________________________ dwong@mail.sdsu.edu Website __________________________www.GoAztecs.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact ___________________________ Kara Fisher Office _______________________________ (435) 797-1361 Cell ________________________________ (435) 757-8184 Email ___________________________ kara.irving@usu.edu Website _________________________UtahStateAggies.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact ______________________ Nick Saccomanno Phone_______________________________ (775) 682-6985 Cell ________________________________ (775) 784-4386 Email _________________________ nsaccomanno@unr.edu Website _________________________ nevadawolfpack.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach____________________________ Mike Friesen Alma Mater _________________________Sonoma St. 1996 Career Record (Years) ____________________ 38-32-14 (4) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone ________________________ ( 619) 594-3749

Coaching Staff Head Coach ____________________________ Heather Cairns Alma Mater ___________________________ Canisius, 1994 Career Record (Years) ____________________ 75-70-17 (8) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (435) 797-0343

Coaching Staff Head Coach _______________________ Melissa (Missy) Price Alma Mater ___________________________Maryland, 1999 Career Record (Years) _______________________ 7-9-3 (1) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (775) 682-6934

Outlook 2010 Overall Record __________________________ 8-10-3 Conference Record (Place)__________________ 5-2-0 (3rd) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________14/6 Starters R/L ____________________________________7/4 Newcomers ______________________________________

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 9-7-5 Conference Record (Place) _________________ 5-2-1 (T 1st) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________14/5 Starters R/L ____________________________________9/2 Newcomers _____________________________________ 9

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 7-9-3 Conference Record (Place) __________________ 2-5-1 (6th) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________9/10 Starters R/L ____________________________________4/7 Newcomers ____________________________________ 12

Series Series Record _________________ San Diego State leads, 5-0 Last Meeting ___________________________ Oct. 1, 2005 Result _______________________ San Diego State 2, UH 1 Streak _____________________________San Diego State, 5

Series Series Record _____________________ Utah State leads, 5-2 Last Meeting __________________________ Oct. 31, 2010 Result ___________________________ Utah State 4, UH 0 Streak _________________________________ Utah State, 1

Series Series Record __________________________ UH leads, 7-6 Last Meeting __________________________ Oct. 29, 2010 Result ________________________ Nevada 2, UH 1 (2OT) Streak ___________________________________ Nevada, 4

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2011 OPPONENTS

GAME 12

IDAHO

Seattle

FRESNO STATE

Western Athletic Conference Oct. 7 4:00 PM PT Moscow, ID

Non Conference 1:00 PM PT Oct. 9 Seattle, WA

Western Athletic Conference Oct. 14 7:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

GAME 13

GAME 14

General Information Location _______________________________ Moscow, ID Founded_____________________________________ 1889 Enrollment __________________________________12,302 President ___________________________Dr. Duane Nellis Athletics Director _______________________ Dr. Rob Spear Nickname _________________________________ Vandals Colors ________________________ Silver and Vandal Gold Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

General Information Location ________________________________ Seattle, WA Founded_____________________________________ 1891 Enrollment ___________________________________7,900 President ___________________ Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletics Director ______________________ William Hogan Nickname _______________________________ Redhawks Colors ______________________________ Red and White Conference _____________________________ Independent

General Information Location ________________________________ Fresno, CA Founded_____________________________________ 1911 Enrollment __________________________________21,389 President ____________________________ Dr. John Welty Athletics Director _______________________ Thomas Boeh Nickname ________________________________ Bulldogs Colors __________________________ Bulldog Red & Blue Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

Facility Information Stadium ____________________________ Guy Wicks Field Capacity ______________________________________ 500 Press Box Phone ________________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium _________________________ Chmapionship Field Capacity ______________________________________ 650 Press Box Phone ________________________________ N/A

Facility Information Stadium ____________________________ Bulldog Stadium Capacity ____________________________________41,031 Press Box Phone _______________________ (559) 278-5951

Sports Information Soccer Contact ________________________ Spencer Farrin Office _______________________________ (208) 885-7065 Cell ________________________________ (208) 310-9610 Email ___________________________spencerf@uidaho.edu Website ______________________________uiathletics.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact _______________________ Diana Chamorro Phone_______________________________ (206) 296-5915 Fax _________________________________ (206) 296-2154 Email _________________________ chamorro@seattleu.edu Website ____________________________ GoSeattleU.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact _________________________ Jennifer Jones Phone_______________________________ (559) 278-2509 Fax _________________________________ (559) 278-4689 Email ___________________________jjones@csufresno.edu Website _____________________________ gobulldogs.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach _____________________________ Peter Showler Alma Mater _________________________ Sunderland, 1994 Career Record (Years) _____________________ 32-78-5 (6) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (208) 885-5047

Coaching Staff Head Coach ____________________________Julie Woodward Alma Mater _____________________________ Seattle, 1993 Career Record (Years) __________________ 194-73-25 (14) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (206) 296-5482

Coaching Staff Head Coach ____________________________ Brian Zwaschka Alma Mater __________________________Grandview, 1992 Career Record (Years) _____________________ 15-22-5 (3) School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (559) 278-8101

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 14-7-0 Conference Record (Place) __________________ 5-3-0 (3rd) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________16/4 Starters R/L ___________________________________11/0 Newcomers _____________________________________ 9

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 12-5-2 Conference Record (Place) ________________________ N/A Letterwinners R/L ______________________________18/4 Starters R/L ____________________________________9/2 Newcomers ___________________________________ N/A

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 9-9-5 Conference Record (Place) __________________ 3-3-2 (6th) Letterwinners R/L _______________________________7/9 Starters R/L ____________________________________4/7 Newcomers ______________________________________

Series Series Record __________________________ UH leads, 6-1 Last Meeting ____________________________ Oct. 3, 210 Result _______________________________ Idaho 3, UH 1 Streak _____________________________________Idaho, 1

Series Series Record ___________________________First Meeting Last Meeting __________________________________ NA Result ________________________________________ NA Streak ________________________________________ NA

Series Series Record __________________________FS leads, 8-7-2 Last Meeting __________________________ Oct. 10, 2010 Result _________________________________ UH 1, FS 0 Streak ______________________________________ UH, 1

GAME 15

SAN JOSE STATE

NEW MEXICO STATE

LOUISIANA TECH

Western Athletic Conference Oct. 16 7:00 PM Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium

Western Athletic Conference Oct. 28 7:00 PM MT Las Cruces, NM

Western Athletic Conference Oct. 30 5:00 PM Ruston, LA

GAME 16

GAME 17

General Information Location _______________________________ San Jose, CA Founded_____________________________________ 1857 Enrollment __________________________________26,796 President _______________________Mohammad Qayoumi Athletics Director ________________________ Tom Bowen Nickname _________________________________Spartans Colors __________________________ Gold, White & Blue Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

General Information Location ____________________________ Las Cruces, NM Founded_____________________________________ 1888 Enrollment __________________________________16,428 President ___________________________ Barbara Couture Athletics Director _________________ Dr. McKinley Boston Nickname __________________________________ Aggies Colors ___________________________Crimson and White Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

General Information Location ________________________________ Ruston, LA Founded_____________________________________ 1894 Enrollment __________________________________10,600 President _________________________ Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletics Director ___________________Bruce Van De Velde Nickname ____________________________Lady Techsters Colors ________________________________Red and Blue Conference __________________________ Western Athletic

Facility Information Stadium _________________ Spartan Stadium/Spartan Field Capacity ________________________________ 30,456/500 Press Box Phone ___________________ (408) 924-1234/NA

Facility Information Stadium _______________________ Soccer Athletic Facility Capacity ______________________________________ N/A Press Box Phone _______________________ (575) 646-2700

Facility Information Stadium ____________________ Lady Techster Soccer Field Capacity ______________________________________ N/A Press Box Phone ________________________________ N/A

Sports Information Soccer Contact __________________________ Mark Rivera Office _______________________________ (408) 924-1211 Cell ________________________________ (209) 534-8592 Email ___________________________mark.rivera@sjsu.edu Website ___________________________SJSUSpartans.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact _______________________ Tiffany Franklin Office _______________________________ (575) 646-3929 Cell ________________________________ (575) 642-2168 Email _____________________________ tfrank@nmsu.edu Website _________________________ NMStateSports.com

Sports Information Soccer Contact ________________________Phillip Pongratz Office _______________________________ (318) 257-5071 Cell ________________________________ (931) 446-4001 Email ___________________________ pongratz@latech.edu Website ____________________________ latechsports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ____________________________ Jeff Leightman Alma Mater ________________________ Binghamton, 1995 Career Record (Years) ___________________130-90-30(13) School Record (Years) _____________________ 28-24-9 (3) Office Phone _________________________ (408) 924-1718

Coaching Staff Head Coach ______________________________ Blair Quinn Alma Mater __________________________ Rockhurst 2005 Career Record (Years) __________________________ 0-0-0 School Record (Years) __________________________ Same Office Phone _________________________ (575) 646-7925

Coaching Staff Head Coach ______________________________Kevin Sherry Alma Mater ____________________Bangor University, 1985 Career Record (Years) __________________ 112-61-21 (10) School Record (Years) _____________________ 39-32-7 (4) Office Phone _________________________ (318) 257-4111

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 12-7-2 Conference Record (Place) _________________ 5-1-2 (T-1st) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________16/4 Starters R/L ___________________________________10/1 Newcomers ___________________________________ N/A

Outlook 2010 Record _________________________________ 7-8-3 Conference Record (Place) __________________ 1-6-1 (9th) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________7/10 Starters R/L ____________________________________7/4 Newcomers ____________________________________ 10

Outlook 2010 Record ________________________________ 15-6-0 Conference Record (Place) __________________ 5-3 (T-3rd) Letterwinners R/L ______________________________15/1 Starters R/L ___________________________________10/1 Newcomers ____________________________________ 14

Series Series Record _________________________UH leads, 8-6-2 Last Meeting ___________________________ Oct. 8, 2010 Result _________________________ UH 1, San Jose State 1 Streak _______________________________________ None

Series Series Record _______________________ NMS leads, 1-0-1 Last Meeting __________________________ Oct. 24, 2010 Result __________________________ NMS 2, UH 2 (2OT) Streak ___________________________________ NMSU, 1

Series Series Record __________________________ UH leads, 5-1 Last Meeting __________________________ Oct. 22, 2010 Result _______________________ Louisiana Tech 3, UH 0 Streak _______________________________________ LT, 1

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2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


WAC TOURNAMENT/VERSUS THE CONFERENCES 2011 WAC TOURNAMENT BRACKET

2011 WAC Soccer Tournament Nov. 3,4 & 6 G Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium G Fresno, Calif.

UH ALL-TIME IN THE WAC TOURNAMENT OVERALL RECORD: 4-7-1 (.375), NINE APPEARANCES Year Location Opponent Score 1996 Provo DNQ 1997 Dallas DNQ -

Round -

#2 Seed

Match 1 Friday, Nov. 4 12:00 p.m.

#3 Seed

1998

Provo

DNQ

-

-

1999 2000 2001

Dallas Fresno Dallas

SMU DNQ Boise State

L, 2-1(3OT) W, 7-1

Semifinal Quarterfinal

Rice

W, 2-0

Semifinal

L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 4-1 T, 1-1* L, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-1 -

Final Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Final Quarterfinal -

-

-

Match 1 Thursday, Nov. 3 12:00 p.m.

Championship Match Match 5 Sunday, Nov. 6 1:00 p.m.

#6 Seed

WAC Champion (NCAA Automatic Qualifier)

#1 Seed

Match 1 Friday, Nov. 4 2:30 p.m.

#4 Seed

Match 2 Thursday, Nov. 3 2:30 p.m.

#5 Seed

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Houston Dallas Honolulu Boise Reno Boise

2008 2009

Reno Boise

SMU Rice Rice Tulsa Fresno State Nevada Utah State Fresno State Nevada DNQ

2010

Ruston

DNQ

DNQ -did not qualify

* Tulsa advanced on penalty kick

All Times Pacific/Subject to Change

HAWAI‘I VERSUS THE CONFERENCES Conference Atlantic 10 Atlantic Coast Big East Big Sky Big South Big West Big 12 Colonial Athletic Assoc. Conference USA Horizon Independent Ivy Mid-American Mid Continent Missouri Valley Mountain West Northeast Ohio Valley Pacific-10 Southeastern Southland Sun Belt West Coast Western Athletic^ Division II Division III NAIA

W-L-T 2-0 0-2 1-0 13-8-3 1-0 9-19-6 3-1 1-0 1-1-1 3-0-1 10-11 1-1 3-0 1-2 1-0 3-2-4 3-1 2-0 3-22 1-1-1 1-1 0-1 9-26-5 56-57-9 8-0 0-1 6-0

Pct. 1.000 .000 1.000 .604 1.000 .353 .750 1.000 .500 .750 .476 .500 1.000 .333 1.000 .556 .750 1.000 .120 .500 .500 .000 .288 .496 1.000 .000 1.000

Strk. W2 L2 W1 T2 W1 T1 L1 W1 L1 W3 L1 W1 W3 L2 W1 T2 L1 W2 L3 W1 L1 L1 L2 L2 W8 L1 W6

*records reflect matches played at the time of conference affiliations

2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

Last Meeting (Year) Hawai‘i 2, Duquesne 0 (2007) Duke 2, Hawai‘i 0 (2004) Hawai‘i 3, Villanova 2 (1998) Hawai‘i 1, Portland State 1 (2008) Hawai‘i 3, Winthrop 0 (2006) Hawai‘i 0, Pacific 0 (2010) Colorado 2, Hawai‘i 0 (2007) Hawai‘i 2, George Mason 1 (2005) UAB 2, Hawai‘i 0 (2009) Hawai‘i 2, Detroit-Mercy 0 (2009) Hawai‘i 2, Cal State Bakersfield 3 (2010) Hawai‘i 1, Cornell 0 (2006) Hawai‘i 3, Kent State 0 (2006) Oral Roberts 1, Hawai‘i 0 (2003) Hawai‘i 4, Drake 3 (2008) Hawai‘i 0, Bringham Young 0 (2009) Hawai‘i 0, Long Island 1 (2010) Hawai‘i 3, Tennessee-Martin (2007) Stanford 9, Hawai‘i 0 (2010) Hawai‘i 2, Auburn 1 (2007) Stephen F. Austin 2, Hawai‘i 0 (2001) Denver 2, Hawai‘i 1 (2008) Pepperdine 2, Hawai‘i 0 (2010) Hawai‘i 0, Utah State 4 (2010) Hawai‘i 4, Hawai‘i Pacific 1 (2009) UC San Diego 3, Hawai‘i 0 (1997) Hawai‘i 2, Texas Wesleyan 1 (1999)

Alyssa Simbahon

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT RESULTS Air Force (0-1) 10/31/96 L, 1-2 (OT)

A

Arizona (0-1) 9/10/06 L, 0-1

A

Arizona State (0-1) 8/30/03 L, 0-4 Arkansas (0-1) 9/15/00 L, 0-1 Auburn (1-0-1) 9/1/97 T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/3/07 W, 2-1 (OT) Boise State (7-4-1) 8/25/00 T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/26/01 L, 0-3 11/7/01 W, 7-1 10/25/02 W, 5-1 10/12/03 W, 1-0 10/17/04 W, 1-0 10/9/05 W, 3-0 10/8/06 L, 2-3 11/2/07 W, 5-0 10/31/08 W, 2-1 10/30/09 L, 1-2 10/1/10 L, 0-4 Bowling Green (1-0) 8/31/03 W, 4-0

H

H H

H A N H A H H A H A A H

H

A H A H A H H

Butler (0-0-1) 9/23/05 T, 1-1 (2OT)

H

California (0-2) 10/1/01 L, 0-4 9/5/10 L, 1-8

A A

H

Cal Poly (0-2) 11/3/94 L, 0-6 8/27/10 L, 1-2

A H

Cal State Bakersfield (1-1) 9/20/09 W, 2-1 10/12/10 L, 2-3 (2OT)

A A

Cal State Dominguez Hills (1-0) 10/5/97 W, 2-1 A Cal State Fullerton (2-5) 11/6/94 W, 2-1 9/15/96 L, 1-2 9/17/97 L , 0-3 9/22/00 L, 1-2 9/29/05 L, 0-3 9/30/08 W, 3-2 9/16/09 L, 0-1 Cal State Hayward (1-0) 10/11/99 W, 4-1 Cal State Northridge (2-5) 9/19/97 L, 0-2 9/5/98 W, 2-0 9/24/00 L, 1-2 9/22/01 L, 2-3 9/5/03 W, 2-0 9/25/06 L, 1-2 9/21/07 L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/18/09 L, 0-1

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H

Idaho State (2-0) 9/25/98 W, 3-1 10/13/03 W, 2-0

Colorado (1-1) 11/2/96 W, 3-2 11/16/07 L, 0-2

A A

Kansas (1-0) 8/31/07 W, 4-0

H

Colorado College (1-1) 10/29/96 L, 0-1 9/25/97 W, 2-1

A H

Kent State (1-0) 9/1/06 W, 3-0

H

H

Brigham Young (0-4-3) 10/26/96 L, 0-7 10/11/97 L, 0-3 10/9/98 L, 0-7 10/27/03 T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/27/04 T, 0-0 (2OT) 8/29/05 L, 0-1 (2OT) 8/21/09 T, 0-0 (2OT)

Cal Lutheran (1-0) 10/19/98 W, 3-0

Central Washington (1-0) 10/6/00 W, 3-1

A A A A A A A

A

A H A H A H A A

Cornell (1-1) 9/20/03 L, 0-2 9/15/06 W, 1-0 Denver (0-1) 9/1/08 L, 1-2 Detroit (3-0) 9/21/06 W, 2-1 9/24/09 W, 1-0 9/26/09 W, 2-0

H H

H H H

N

Duke (0-1) 9/10/04 L, 0-2

H

Duquesne (2-0) 9/14/07 W, 5-2 9/16/07 W, 2-0

H H

Eastern Michigan (1-0) 9/4/05 W, 3-0

H

Eastern Washington (1-1) 10/3/99 W, 2-0 9/10/01 L, 1-2 (OT)

N A

Fresno State (7-8-2) 10/13/96 T, 0-0 (OT) 10/26/97 L, 0-1 10/25/98 W, 2-0 10/8/99 L, 0-3 10/1/00 L, 1-4 11/3/01 W, 3-1 11/3/02 W, 1-0 (OT) 10/17/03 W, 3-0 10/22/04 L, 0-2 10/30/05 L, 0-1 11/4/05 L, 1-2 10/27/06 L, 0-1 10/14/07 W, 2-1 11/11/07 W, 1-0 10/12/08 T, 0-0 10/04/09 L, 0-1 10/10/10 W, 1-0

H A H A A H A H A H N A H N A H A

George Mason (1-0) 8/26/05 W, 2-1 (OT)

H

Gonzaga (3-0) 10/24/95 W, 3-2 9/9/01 W, 1-0 9/26/04 W, 3-0

A A N

Idaho (6-1) 9/7/01 10/7/05 10/6/06 11/4/07 11/2/08 11/01/09 10/3/10

W, 2-1 (OT) W, 4-0 W, 4-0 W, 7-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-3

Long Beach State (2-2-1) 9/23/02 T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/7/03 W, 1-0 9/13/04 W, 1-0 9/12/05 L, 2-4 8/27/08 L, 3-4

H A H A H

Long Island (1-1) 9/19/02 W, 6-1 8/29/10 L, 0-1 (OT)

H H

Louisiana Tech (5-1) 10/14/05 W, 3-0 10/13/06 W, 1-0 10/28/07 W, 5-0 10/26/08 W, 4-2 10/16/09 W, 2-1 10/22/10 L, 0-3

A H A H A H

Loyola Marymount (2-5-1) 11/2/94 W, 4-2 9/26/95 T, 1-1 (OT) 10/7/95 L, 1-2 9/20/97 L, 1-2 9/17/00 L, 0-1 9/5/04 W, 2-1 (OT) 10/3/06 L, 0-2 10/4/07 L, 0-2

A A H A H A A A

Maryland (0-1) 9/1/96 L, 0-1

H

Montana (0-2-1) 10/6/95 L, 0-3 10/25/95 L, 1-3 9/18/08 T, 0-0

H A H

Morehead State (1-0) 9/14/03 W, 8-0

H

Nevada (7-6) 10/8/00 W, 4-0 10/28/01 W, 4-1 10/27/02 W, 5-0 10/10/03 W, 4-1 10/15/04 W, 3-2 (OT) 10/28/05 W, 3-0 10/27/06 L, 0-5 11/2/06 L, 0-3 10/12/07 W, 3-0 10/10/08 L, 0-1 11/6/08 L, 1-2 10/23/09 L, 1-2 10/29/10 L, 1-2 (2OT)

H A H A H H A A A A A H A

New Mexico (1-1-1) 9/15/94 L, 1-3 9/24/04 W, 1-0 9/9/08 T, 3-3

A N A

New Mexico State (0-1-1) 10/18/09 L, 1-2 (OT) 10/24/10 T, 2-2 (2OT)

A H

H

Drake (1-0) 9/7/08 W, 4-3

Hawai‘i Pacific (9-0) 10/10/95 W, 4-1 10/20/96 W, 2-0 11/2/97 W, 1-0 11/1/98 W, 1-0 9/3/99 W, 4-1 10/29/99 W, 1-0 10/29/00 W, 2-0 9/30/07 W, 11-0 8/30/09 W, 4-1

N A

H H H H H H H H H

A H A H A A H

Northern Arizona (2-0) 9/1/00 W, 2-1 9/12/06 W, 2-1

H A

Oklahoma (1-0) 8/28/06 W, 1-0

H

Oral Roberts (1-2) 9/17/99 W, 3-0 10/17/00 L, 0-4 9/29/03 L, 0-1

H A A

Oregon (1-0) 9/18/98 W, 2-1

A

Oregon State (0-3) 10/22/95 L, 1-5 9/3/00 L, 1-2 9/6/02 L, 0-1

A H A

Pacific (2-5-4) 9/13/94 W, 1-0 (OT) 9/13/95 L, 0-2 10/6/96 L, 1-3 9/12/97 W , 2-1 8/29/04 T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/8/06 T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/7/07 T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/12/08 L, 1-2 9/6/09 L, 2-3 8/20/10 L, 0-1 9/26/10 T, 0-0 (2OT)

A A A H H N N A H H A

Pepperdine (0-6-1) 9/19/96 L, 1-2 9/26/97 L, 1-3 9/8/00 L, 1-5 9/2/05 L, 0-2 10/7/07 T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/13/09 L, 0-2 9/19/10 L, 0-2

A H A H A A H

Portland (0-1) 9/26/99 L, 0-1

A

Portland State (2-0-1) 9/24/99 W, 1-0 9/19/04 W, 3-1 9/26/08 T, 1-1

A H A

Rice (4-3) 10/14/01 11/8/01 10/13/02 11/7/02 9/26/03 11/7/03 10/1/04

A N H A A N H

L, 2-3 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 L, 1-4 W, 1-0

Robert Morris (1-0) 9/25/05 W, 2-0

H

Sacramento State (5-3) 9/12/94 W, 1-0 9/12/95 W, 2-0 10/5/96 W, 1-0 (OT) 8/31/97 W, 1-0 9/27/98 L, 1-2 10/1/99 L, 0-1 8/31/01 W, 2-1 (OT) 9/30/01 L, 1-4

A A A H A A H A

Saint Mary’s (1-7) 9/4/95 L, 0-3 9/3/96 L, 2-4 (OT) 8/29/97 L , 0-1 9/6/98 W, 4-1 9/5/99 L, 0-1 9/28/01 L, 1-4 8/27/04 L, 0-1 9/7/10 L, 0-3

H H H H H A H A

San Diego (1-1) 9/20/98 W, 2-0 10/1/06 L, 2-4

H A

San Diego State (0-5) 9/29/95 L, 0-4 10/18/96 L, 2-3 10/17/97 L, 1-5 10/16/98 L, 1-2 10/1/05 L, 1-2 San Francisco (2-6-3) 9/10/94 L, 0-3 9/9/95 L, 1-4

A H A H A

A A

11/5/95 10/2/96 10/28/97 9/13/99 9/14/02 10/26/04 9/17/06 9/14/08 9/3/10

L, 1-2 T, 1-1 (OT) L, 1-5 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 2-3 L, 0-1 T, 0-0 W, 5-0 W, 3-2

H A A H H A H N N

San Jose State (8-6-2) 9/15/95 L, 2-3 10/11/96 L, 0-2 10/24/97 L, 2-3 10/23/98 L, 1-3 10/10/99 W, 2-1 9/28/00 T , 1-1 (2OT) 11/1/01 W, 2-1 (OT) 11/1/02 W, 4-0 10/19/03 W, 5-0 10/24/04 W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/21/05 W, 2-0 10/22/06 L, 2-4 10/21/07 W, 1-0 10/19/08 W, 2-1 10/02/09 L, 0-1 10/8/10 T, 1-1 (2OT)

A H A H A H H A H A A H H H H A

Southeast Louisiana (1-0) 9/9/98 W, 2-0

A

SMU (0-8-1) 10/22/99 L, 0-2 11/4/99 L, 1-2 (3OT) 10/22/00 T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/21/01 L, 1-3 11/10/01 L, 0-2 10/20/02 L, 0-4 10/3/03 L, 3-4 10/8/04 L, 2-3 9/7/10 L, 0-3

A A H H A A H A A

Stanford (0-4) 8/30/96 L, 0-1 9/9/99 L, 1-3 8/23/09 L, 2-6 9/23/10 L, 0-9

H H H A

Stephen F. Austin (0-1) 10/15/01 L, 0-2

A

TCU (3-1) 9/14/97 10/24/99 10/19/00 10/21/02

H A H A

W , 5-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 (OT)

Tennessee-Martin (1-0) 9/9/07 W, 3-0

H

Texas Wesleyan (1-0) 10/25/99 W, 2-1

A

Tulsa (5-1-1) 10/15/99 W, 1-0 10/16/00 L, 3-4 10/12/01 W, 2-1 10/11/02 W, 6-0 9/28/03 W, 3-0 10/3/04 W, 2-0 11/4/04 T, 1-1 (2OT)

H A A H A H H

UAB (0-1-1) 8/30/02 T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/4/09 L, 0-2

H H

UC Irvine (0-2) 9/3/95 L, 1-3 9/27/95 L, 0-3

H A

UC Riverside (0-1-1) 9/8/02 L, 2-3 9/8/03 T, 2-2 (2OT)

A A

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES HISTORY UC San Diego (0-1) 10/19/97 L, 0-3

A

UC Santa Barbara (3-3) 10/31/94 L, 1-2 10/3/97 W, 1-0 9/10/00 L, 0-2 9/1/04 W, 2-1 (OT) 9/14/05 L, 1-3 9/21/08 W, 2-1

A A A A A H

UCLA (0-5) 9/16/94 9/22/96 10/4/98 9/15/02 9/23/07

N A H H A

L, 0-1 (OT) L, 0-2 L, 1-4 L, 0-2 L, 0-6

UNLV (1-0) 10/18/98 W, 3-0

H

USC (2-1) 11/5/94 9/17/96 9/3/04

A A A

W, 2-0 L, 0-6 W, 2-1

Utah (0-3-1) 9/23/95 T, 3-3 (OT)

10/24/96 10/9/97 10/11/98

L, 0-3 L, 0-2 L, 1-4

A H A

Utah State (2-5) 10/16/05 L, 1-2 10/16/06 L, 1-2 10/26/07 L, 2-3 11/9/07 W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/24/08 L, 1-2 10/25/09 W, 3-1 10/31/10 L, 0-4

A H A N H H A

Utah Valley State (2-0) 9/13/03 W, 5-2 10/17/05 W, 1-0

H A

UTEP (3-3) 10/17/99 10/13/00 10/19/01 10/18/02 10/5/03 10/10/04

H A H A H A

W, 3-1 L, 0-1 W, 5-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-2

Villanova (1-0) 10/2/98 W, 3-2

H

Wagner (1-0) 8/22/10 W, 4-0

H

Washington (0-2) 8/25/06 L, 0-1 9/28/08 L, 1-2

H A

Washington State (0-3) 9/18/94 L, 0-2 10/27/95 L, 0-3 9/17/10 L, 0-3

N A H

Weber State (4-2-1) 10/3/96 W, 1-0 10/13/98 L, 0-1 (OT) 9/11/99 W, 1-0 9/27/02 L, 2-3 9/29/02 W, 4-0 9/10/05 T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/28/07 W, 1-0

N A H H H N H

Winthrop (1-0) 9/3/06 W, 3-0

H

Wyoming (2-0) 8/27/00 W, 2-0 9/1/02 W, 5-2

H H

N

Rachel Domingo

OPPONENT SERIES HISTORY Opponent Record Air Force 0-1 Arizona 0-1 Arizona State 0-1 Arkansas 0-1 Auburn 1-0-1 Boise State 7-4-1 Bowling Green 1-0 Brigham Young 0-4-3 Butler 0-0-1 California 0-2 Cal Lutheran 1-0 Cal Poly-SLO 0-2 Cal State Bakersfield 1-1 Cal State Dominguez Hills 1-0 Cal State Fullerton 2-5 Cal State Hayward 1-0 Cal State Northridge 2-6 Central Washington 1-0 Colorado 1-1 Colorado College 1-1 Cornell 1-1 Denger 0-1 Detroit 3-0 Drake 1-0 Duke 0-1 Duquesne 2-0 Eastern Michigan 1-0 Eastern Washington 1-1 Fresno State 7-8-2 George Mason 1-0 Gonzaga 3-0 Hawai‘i Pacific 9-0 Idaho 6-1 Idaho State 2-0 Kansas 1-0 Kent State 3-0 Long Beach State 2-2-1 Long Island 1-1 Louisiana Tech 5-1 Loyola Marymount 2-5-1 Maryland 0-1-0 Montana 0-2-1 Morehead State 1-0 Nevada 7-6 New Mexico 1-1-1 New Mexico State 0-1-1 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

Home 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-0-1 4-1-1 1-0 0-2-2 0-0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 3-0 0-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-0 4-2-1 1-0 0-0 9-0 2-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-1-1 1-0 2-1 0-2 0-1 0-1-1 1-0 5-1 0-0 0-0-1

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

Neut. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0

GF-GA 1-2 0-1 0-4 0-1 4-3 29-17 4-0 2-20 1-1 1-12 3-0 1-8 4-4 2-1 7-14 4-1 9-12 3-1 3-4 2- 2 1-2 1-2 5-1 4-3 0-2 7-2 3-0 3-2 15-17 2-1 7-2 30-3 23-7 5-1 4-0 3-0 8-9 6-2 15-6 9-13 0-1 1-6 8-0 29-19 5-6 3-4

Opponent Northern Arizona Oklahoma Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pepperdine Portland Portland State Rice Robert Morris Sacramento State Saint Mary’s (CA) San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State Southeastern Louisiana SMU Stanford Stephen F. Austin TCU Tennessee-Martin Texas Wesleyan Tulsa UAB UC Irvine UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UCLA UNLV USC Utah Utah State Utah Valley State UTEP Villanova Wagner Washington Washington State Weber State Winthrop Wyoming Totals

Record 2-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 0-3 2-5-4 0-6-1 0-1 2-0-1 4-3 1-0 5-3 1-7 1-1 0-5 2-6-3 8-6-2 1-0 0-7-1 0-4 0-1 3-1 1-0 1-0 5-1-1 0-0-2 0-2 0-1-1 0-1 3-3 0-5 1-0 2-1 0-3-1 2-5 2-0 3-3 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-3 4-2-1 1-0 2-0 142-157-30

Home Away 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-2 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-2-2 1-3-1 0-3 0-2-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-0-1 2-0 1-2 1-0 0-0 2-0 3-3 1-5 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-2-2 0-4-1 3-4-1 5-2-1 0-0 1-0 0-2-1 0-5 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 3-0-1 2-1 0-0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 2-3 0-2 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-2 1-2 0-3 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-3 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 78-57-17 49-95-10

Neut. GF-GA 0-0 4-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-5 0-0 2-1 0-0 2-8 0-0-1 10-15 0-0-0 4-15 0-0 0-1 0-0 5-2 1-1 9-9 0-0 2-0 0-0 9-8 0-0 7-18 0-0 4-4 0-0 5-16 2-0 14-21 0-0 28-21 0-0 2-0 0-0 7-20 0-0 3-19 0-0 0-2 0-0 9-2 0-0 3-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 18-6 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-6 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-3 0-0 7-9 0-1 1-15 0-0 3-0 0-0 4-7 0-0-1 4-12 1-0 9-14 0-0 6-2 0-0 14-8 0-0 3-2 0-0 4-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-8 1-0-1 9-4 0-0 3-0 0-0 7-2 12-5-3 511-520

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2010 RESULTS & STATISTICS 2010 RESULTS Overall: 3-14-3

WAC: 1-5-2

Home: 1-8-1

Date

Opponent

W-L-T

Score

Aug. 20

PACIFIC $

L

0-1

1672

Aug. 222

WAGNER $

W

4-0

572

Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sep. 03

CAL POLY % LONG ISLAND % vs. USF #

L L (OT) W

1-2 0-1 3-2

487 480 91

Sep. 05 Sep. 07 Sep. 17 Sep. 19 Sep. 23 Sep. 26 Oct. 01 Oct. 03 Oct. 08 Oct. 10 Oct. 12

at California # at St. Mary’s (California) WASHINGTON STATE ^ PEPPERDINE ^ at #2 Stanford at Pacific BOISE STATE* IDAHO* at SJSU* at Fresno State* at CSU Bakersfield

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

1-8 0-3 0-3 0-2 0-9 0-0 0-4 1-3 1-1 1-0 2-3

379 206 520 650 544 277 416 750 417 526 311

Oct. 22 Oct. 24

LOUISIANA TECH* NEW MEXICO STATE*

L T (2OT)

0-3 2-2

463 537

Oct. 29 Oct. 31

at Nevada* at Utah State*

L (2OT) L

1-2 0-4

281 317

Road: 1-6-2

Att.

Neutral: 1-0

Overtime: 0-2-3

UH Goals (Assists); GAME WINNERS

SAEKO NAGANO (unassisted) Mari Punzal (Chelsea Deptula) Skye Shimabukuro (unassisted) Bree Locquiao (Briana Garcia) Mari Punzal (unassisted) Chelsea Deptula (Mari Punzal) Chelsea Deptula (Tiffany Ikeda-Simao) MARI PUNZAL (Kaylee Kihara) Chelseas Deptula (Mari Punzal) Lauren Ho (Kaylee Kihara) Brittani Lum (unassisted) SKYE SHIMABUKURO (Karli Look) Skye Shimabukuro (unassisted) Chelsea Deptula (Brittani Lum) Rachel Domingo (Lauren Ho) Brittani Lum (unassisted) Brittani Lum (unassisted) -

$ = OHANA Hotels & Resorts Shootout (Honolulu) %= OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) ^= Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) * = Western Athletic Conference match

# = Cal Invitational (Berkeley, California)

2010 STATISTICS No 9 12 4 7 24 21 19 10 18 17 16 5 8 20 3 14 26 22 25 13 23 27 15 6 1 00

Player Chelsea Deptula Mari Punzal Brittani Lum Skye Shimabukuro Lauren Ho Domingo, Rachel Saaeko Nagano Bree Locquiao Kaylee Kihara Karli Look Tiffany Ikeda-Simao Briana Garcia Chelsea Miyake Michelle Nakasone Caycie Gusman Colleen Burns Tarra Gabriel Chelsey Goo Crystal Fresquez Christy Watanabe Laura Euers Alyssa Simbahon Erika “Storm” Nana Ashley Chavez Kristina Ehrett Kanani Taaca

GP/GS 19/18 13/13 20/20 19/9 19/14 19/15 17/9 12/3 20/20 20/20 17/9 1/0 14/11 17/0 11/2 20/20 8/3 10/1 19/12 15/0 4/0 8/1 1/0 2/0 7/1 19/19

G 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pt 9 8 7 6 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Overall Sh 21 30 23 24 18 6 6 4 15 11 1 0 16 9 6 5 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

20 20

17 53

10 46

44 152

210 262

Totals Opponents Overall Goalkeeper Stats (WAC) No Player GP/GS 00 Kanani Taaca 19/19 (8/8) 1 Kristina Ehrett 7/1 (2/1) TM TEAM 20 GOALS BY PERIOD Hawai‘i Opponents

Minutes 1583:42 (734:07) 307:35 (45:00) 1891: 17

1st 6 27

2nd 11 23

OT 0 1

OT2 0 2

Tot 17 53

SHOTS BY PERIOD 1st Hawai‘i 109 Opponents 117

2nd 90 129

OT 5 9

OT2 6 7

Tot 210 262

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GA 42 (18) 11 (1) 53

SOG 8 10 11 12 7 4 3 2 10 4 0 0 7 3 6 2 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GP-GS 7/7 2/2 8/8 8/6 8/5 8/7 6/2 6/2 8/8 8/8 7/2 8/8 7/0 6/2 8/8 4/0 8/4 7/0 2/0 3/1 1/0 -

G 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

A 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

95 139

3 14

8 8

6 19

3 16

GAA 2.39 (2.21) 3.22 (2.00) .252

SAVES BY PERIOD 1st Hawai‘i 34 Opponents 35 CORNERS BY PERIOD1st Hawai‘i 28 Opponents 41

2nd 41 38 2nd 30 44

Saves 67(29) 14 (3) 86 OT 6 2 OT 1 3

OT2 5 3 OT2 1 1

Save% .615 (617) .560 (.750) .619 Tot 86 78 Tot 60 89

WAC Pt 0 0 6 2 3 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 54 W-L-T 3-13-2 (1-5-2) 0-1-0 (0-0-0) 3-14-2

Sh 4 4 15 11 10 2 1 2 6 5 1 14 4 2 2 2 1 3 1 0 0 -

SOG 1 0 9 7 4 2 0 1 4 2 0 6 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 -

GWG 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

90 109

43 52

1 5

Sho 2 (1) 0 (0) 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

Shots Faced ---

FOULS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Tot Hawai‘i 66 90 8 5 169 Opponents 98 115 8 4 225 ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HAWAI‘I OPP Total 6,547 3,258 Dates/Avg Per Date 10/655 9/362 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/91 --

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2010 WAC REVIEW 2010 FINAL STANDINGS

2010 ALL-WAC SELECTIONS Team

FIRST TEAM Player Kelsey Lord Shantel Flanary Shannon Saxton Chelsea Small Jill Flockhart Cheyenne Jones Chandra Salmon Scotti Culton Jessica Ingram Natalie Norris Kaitlyn Revel

Team San Jose State Utah State Boise State Idaho Idaho Boise State Utah State Louisiana Tech San Jose State Utah State Fresno State

Pos F F F F MF MF MF D D D GK

Cl So Jr Sr So Sr Sr Jr Jr Jr So Sr

SECOND TEAM Kiav Gresham Lauren Hansen Rachel King Crystal Burns Cristen Drummond Nicole Duff Lauren Sanchez Malia Hendrix Lauren Layton Summer Tillotson Liz Boyden

Louisiana Tech Utah State Louisiana Tech NM State Nevada Fresno State San Jose State Boise State Idaho Utah State Idaho

F F F MF MF MF MF D D D GK

Sr Sr Jr So Sr Sr Jr Sr So Jr Jr

Offensive Player of the Year Chelsea Small, So, F, Idaho Defensive Player of the Year Natalie Norris, So, D, Utah State Freshman of the Year Kayla Santacruz, Fr, F, San Jose State Coach of the Year Pete Showler, Idaho OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Aug. 23 Shantel Flanary, Utah State Aug. 30 Yolanda McMillion, New Mexico St. Sept. 6 Rachel King, Louisiana Tech Sept. 13 Shantel Flanary, Utah State Sept. 20 Crystal Burns, New Mexico St. Sept. 27 Taylor Dennis, Louisiana Tech Oct. 4 Chelsea Small, Idaho Oct. 11 Chelsea Small, Idaho Oct. 18 Kiva Greshman, Louisiana Tech Oct. 25 Kayla Santacruz, San Jose State Nov. 1 Lauren Hansen, Utah State DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Aug. 23 Caitlin Updyke, Louisiana Tech Aug. 30 Molli Merrill, Utah State Sept. 6 Liz Boyden, Idaho Sept. 13 Mikaela Bitner, New Mexico St. Sept. 20 Marie Cove, Nevada Sept. 27 Meghan Maiwald, San Jose State Oct. 4 Molli Merrill, Utah State Oct. 11 Kanani Taaca, Hawai’i Oct. 18 Molli Merrill, Utah State Oct. 25 Liz Ruiz, Boise State Nov. 1 Natalie Norris, Utah State

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WAC

San Jose State ^ Utah State ^ Louisiana Tech ^ Idaho ^ Boise State ^ Fresno State ^ # $ Nevada ^ Hawai‘i New Mexico State

Pct.

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

^ WAC Tournament Participant

.668 .668 .625 .625 .625 .500 .312 .250 .188

Pts

Overall 16 16 15 15 14 11 7 5 4

12-7-2 9-7-5 15-6 14-7 8-10-3 9-9-5 7-9-3 3-14-3 7-8-3

# WAC Tournament Champion

Pct.

Home

.619 .548 .714 .667 .452 .500 .447 .225 .472

Away

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

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

Neut. 3-0 1-1 0-0 3-1 1-3 4-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

$ NCAA Tournament Participant

2010 CONFERENCE STATISTICAL LEADERS TEAM LEADERS

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS POINTS ALL Kiva Gresham, Louisiana Tech WAC Kayla Santacruz

32 19

POINTS ALL Louisiana Tech WAC San Jose State

143 66

POINTS PER GAME ALL Kiva, Gresham, Louisiana Tech WAC Kayla Santacruz, San Jose State

1.52 2.38

GOALS ALL Louisiana Tech WAC San Jose State

53 21

GOALS ALL Rachel King, Louisiana Tech Chelsea Small, Idaho WAC Kayla Santacruz, San Jose State

13 13 8

GOALS PER GAME ALL Rachel King, Louisiana Tech Chelsea Small, Idaho WAC Kayla Santacruz, San Jose State ASSISTS ALL Kelsey Lord, San Jose State WAC Kelsey Lord, San Jose State ASSISTS PER GAME ALL Kelsey Lord, San Jose State WAC Kelsey Lord, San Jose State GAME-WINNING GOALS ALL Chelsea Small, Idaho WAC Chelsea Small, Idaho SHOTS ALL Chelsea Small, Idaho WAC Chelsea Small, Idaho GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE ALL Kaitlyn Revel, Fresno State WAC Liz Ruiz, Boise State GOALIE SAVES ALL Liz Ruiz, Boise State WAC Meghan Maiwald, San Jose State SOLO SHUTOUTS ALL Kaitlyn Revel, Fresno State Caitlin Updyke, Louisiana Tech Molli Merrill, Utah State WAC Molli Merrill, Utah State

0.62 0.62 1.00

11 8

0.55 1.00

8 4

121 58

0.91 0.55

118 43

7 7 7 5

GOALS PER GAME ALL Louisiana Tech WAC San Jose State

2.52 2.62

ASSISTS ALL San Jose State WAC San Jose State

39 24

ASSISTS PER GAME ALL San Jose State WAC San Jose State

1.86 3.00

SHOTS ALL Louisiana Tech WAC Idaho

347 132

(LEAST) GOALS ALLOWED ALL Louisiana Tech WAC Utah State

21 6

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE ALL Fresno State WAC Utah State

0.93 0.73

SAVES ALL Boise State WAC New Mexico State

126 48

SHUTOUTS ALL Utah State Fresno State WAC Utah State

9 9 5

CORNER KICKS ALL Utah State WAC Utah State

109 43

FOULS ALL Boise State WAC New Mexico State

230 102

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CAREER LEADERS

Arlene Devitt

Natasha Kai

POINTS 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 3. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 4. Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 5. Veronica Flores (1998-2001) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) 7. Kelli-Anne Chang (2006-08) 8. Tricia Nishikawa (1996-98) 9. Nicki Arakawa (1994-96) 10. Mari Punzal (2007-10)

162 96 81 74 47 47 42 36 34 32

GOALS 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 3. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 4. Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 5. Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) Kelli-Anne Chang (2005-08) 7. Veronica Flores (1998-2001) 8. Tricia Nishikawa (1996-98) 9. Chelsea Deptula (2007-10) 10. Nicki Arakawa (1994-96)

72 36 30 27 18 18 17 15 13 12

ASSISTS 1. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 2. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 3. Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 4. Joelle Sugai (2001-04) 5. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 6. Jessica Domingo (2004-07) 7. Megan Lytle (1997-2000) 8. Veronica Flores (1998-2001) 9. Robyn deHay (2003-04) 10. Koren Takeyama (2004-07) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001)

24 21 20 19 18 17 14 13 12 11 11

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 3. Ambree Ako (2006-09) Kelli-Anne Chang (2005-08) 5. Veronica Flores (1998-2001) 6. Tricia Nishikawa (1996-98) Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08)

23 9 7 7 6 5 5

28

Joelle Sugai

8. Chelsea Deptula (2007-10) Mari Punzal (2007-10) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001)

4 4 4

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS 1. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 2. Jessica Domingo (2004-07) Arlene Devitt (2000-03) Natasha Kai (2002-05) 5. Joelle Sugai (2001-04) 6. Wendy Miyashiro (1996-99) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) 8. Koren Takeyama (2004-07) Kalena Eaton (2000, ’02-04) Robyn deHay (2003-04) Adria Campbell (2005)

8 7 7 7 6 5 5 4 4 4 4

SHOTS 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 3. Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 4. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 5. Veronica Flores (1998-2001) 6. Kelli-Anne Chang (2005-08) 7. Koren Takeyama (2004-06) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) 9. Megan Lytle (1997-2000) 10. Mari Punzal (2007-10)

446 240 211 187 130 108 105 105 103 102

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 3. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 4. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 5. Veronica Flores (1998-2001) 6. Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) 7. Britta Bourne (2009) 8. Kelli-Anne Chang (2006-08) 9. Koren Takeyama (2003-07) 10. Megan Lytle (1997-2000)

205 109 94 85 73 50 47 45 43 41

MULTIPLE-GOAL MATCHES 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 3. Ambree Ako (2006-09) 4. Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 5. Kelli-Anne Chang (2005-08) 6. Britta Bourne (2009) Veronica Flores (1998-2001) 8. Chelsea Deptula (2007-10) Tehane Higa (2005-08) Vanessa Bailey (2006-08) Robyn deHay (2003-04) Liz Lusk (2000-01, ’03-04) Erin Quattromani (2002) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) Dawn Dasher (1997-2000) Kelly Keohen (1998-2000) Tricia Nishikawa (1996-98) Lara Anzai (1994-97) Jami Kaneshiro (1994-95)

20 10 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULTIPLE-ASSIST MATCHES 1. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) 2. Adria Campbell (2005) 3. Ambree Ako (2006-09) Gabrielle Bohlman (2004-05) Nicki Arakawa (1994-96) Erin Quattromani (2002)

5 3 2 2 2 2

OVERTIME GOALS 1. Natasha Kai (2002-05) 2. Arlene Devitt (2000-03) Kelli-Anne Chang (2005-08) Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 5. Ambree Ako (2005-08) Koren Takeyama (2004-07) Jessica Domingo (2004-07) Krisha Kai (2003-05) Erin Quattromani (2002) Tiffany Makue (1999-2001) Nicki Arakawa (1994-96) Jami Kaneshiro (1994-95) Chelsea Deptula (2007-08)

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

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Natalie Groenwoud MATCHES PLAYED 1. Natalie Groenewoud (2001-03, ’05) Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) 3. Liz Lusk (2000-01, ’03-04) Joelle Sugai (2001-04) 5. Kori Lu (2005-08) 6. Chelsea Deptula (2007-10) Koren Takeyama (2004-07) 8. Megan Lytle (1997-2000) Wendy Miyashiro (1996-99) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001)

82 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 78 78

GOALKEEPER SAVES 1. Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 2. Kori Lu (2005-08) 3. Amanda Paterson (1996-98) 4. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 5. Jennifer Churchill (2001-02) 6. Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 7. Erin Chow (2001-04) 8. Kristina Ehrett (2009-10) 9. Lindsay Wellnitz (1995) 10. Nani Cedillos (1995)

MATCHES STARTED 1. Joelle Sugai (2001-04) 2. Kori Lu (2005-08) 3. Megan Lytle (1997-2000) 4. Chelsea Deptula (2007-10) Koren Takeyama (2004-07) 6. Krystalynn Ontai (2001-04) 7. Jessica Domingo (2004-07) Erin Schremser (1998-2001) 9. Ambree Ako (2006-09) Tui Moe (1995-98)

81 78 77 76 76 75 73 73 72 72

GOALKEEPER SOLO SHUTOUTS 1. Kori Lu (2005-08) Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 3. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 4. Erin Chow (2001-04) 5. Amanda Paterson (1996-98) 6. Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 7. Jennifer Churchill (2001-02) 8. Nicole McClure (2007-08) Patricia Estler (1994) 10. 4 tied w/

GOALKEEPER MINUTES 1. Kori Lu (2005-08) 2. Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 3. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 4. Amanda Paterson (1996-98) 5. Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 6. Jennifer Churchill (2001-02) 7. Erin Chow (2001-04) 8. Kristina Ehrett (2009-10) 9. Lindsay Wellnitz (1995) 10. Nicole McClure (2007-08)

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Demarre Sanchez

Kori Lu

6476:10 4290:12 4116:45 3738:01 2671:50 1953:29 1872:43 964:16 859:28 686:53

302 239 238 221 110 109 68 51 50 44

MATCHES PLAYED IN GOAL 1. Kori Lu (2005-08) 2. Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 3. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 4. Amanda Paterson (1996-98) 5. Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 6. Erin Chow (2001-04) 7. Jennifer Churchill (2001-2002) 8. Nicole McClure (2007) Kristina Ehrett (2009-10) 10. Lindsay Wellnitz (1995)

80 55 54 47 33 32 26 16 16 14

12 10 9 7 7 4 3 2 2 1

MATCHES STARTED IN GOAL 1. Kori Lu (2005-08) 2. Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 3. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 4. Amanda Paterson (1996-98) 5. Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 6. Jennifer Churchill (2001-2002) 7. Erin Chow (2001-04) 8. Lindsay Wellnitz (1995) 9. Brandy McKeague (1994-95) Kristina Ehrett (2009-10)

78 47 45 40 29 20 18 9 7 7

GOALKEEPER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 1000 minutes played) 1. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 1.09 2. Kori Lu (2005-08) 1.17 3. Erin Chow (2001-04) 1.20 4. Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 1.32 5. Jennifer Churchill (2001-02) 1.66 GOALKEEPER WINS 1. Kori Lu (2005-08) 2. Mahie Atay (2002-05) 3. Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) 4. Amanda Paterson (1996-98) 5. Jennifer Churchill (2001-2002) 6. Erin Chow (2001-04) 7. Nicole McClure (2007-08) Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 9. Kristina Ehrett (2009-10) Brandy McKeague (1994-95) Stephanie Pearson (1999)

34 24 21 14 12 9 6 6 3 3 3

ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES Bob Barry (2003) Gina Brewer (2008-09) Kathy Carey (1994-current) Josh Fouts (2002-07) Taryn Fukuroku (2009) Derick Kato (1997, 2004-07) Jon Kiester (2010) Andie Masanda (1998-99) Wendy Miyashiro (2000-02) Lois Tiedemann (1994-96) Romy Trigg-Smith (2008) Hee-Yong Woo (1998-2001) Vanessa Works (2010)

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SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS POINTS 1. Natasha Kai (2003) 2. Natasha Kai (2002) 3. Natasha Kai (2005) 4. Ambree Ako (2007) 5. Taryn Fukuroku (2007) 6. Natasha Kai (2004) Arlene Devitt (2001) 8. Arlene Devitt (2002) 9. Britta Bourne (2009) Veronica Flores (1999) Tricia Nishikawa (1998)

62 37 34 32 31 29 29 28 23 23 23

GOALS 1. Natasha Kai (2003) 2. Natasha Kai (2002) 3. Natasha Kai (2005) 4. Ambree Ako (2007) Taryn Fukuroku (2007) Natasha Kai (2004) Arlene Devitt (2001) 8. Britta Bourne (2009) Arlene Devitt (2002) Veronica Flores (1999)

29 16 15 12 12 12 12 10 10 10

ASSISTS 1. Jessica Domingo (2007) Adria Campbell (2005) 3. Erin Quattromani (2002) 4. Ambree Ako (2007) Robyn deHay (2003) Arlene Devitt (2003) Arlene Devitt (2002) 8. Taryn Fukuroku (2007) 9. Five players tied w/

10 10 9 8 8 8 8 7 6

SHOTS 1. Natasha Kai (2004) 2. Natasha Kai (2005) 3. Natasha Kai (2002) 4. Natasha Kai (2003) 5. Britta Bourne (2009) 6. Arlene Devitt (2002) 7. Taryn Fukuroku (2006) 8. Arlene Devitt (2001) 9. Taryn Fukuroku (2008) 10. Taryn Fukuroku (2007)

130 118 105 93 87 78 71 67 62 61

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. Natasha Kai (2003) 2. Natasha Kai (2005) 3. Natasha Kai (2002) 4. Britta Bourne (2009) 5. Natasha Kai (2004) 6. Taryn Fukuroku (2006) 7. Jennifer Hamm (1997) 8. Taryn Fukuroku (2008) 9. Taryn Fukuroku (2007) 10. Arlene Devitt (2002)

56 53 52 47 44 39 36 32 31 28

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Natasha Kai (2004) Natasha Kai (2003) 3. Natasha Kai (2002) 4. Six players tied w/

7 7 5 4

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GAME-WINNING ASSISTS 1. Jessica Domingo (2007) Ambree Ako (2006) Adria Campbell (2005)

4 4 4

SAVES 1. Amanda Paterson (1996) 2. Demarre Sanchez (1999) 3. Demarre Sanchez (2000) 4. Jennifer Churchill (2001) 5. Mahie Atay (2002) 6. Mahie Atay (2003) 7. Kori Lu (2005) 8. Kanani Taaca (2010) 9. Kori Lu (2008) 10. Amanda Paterson (1997)

118 109 91 88 78 77 71 67 64 63

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 810 minutes) 1. Mahie Atay (2004) 2. Kori Lu (2007) Demarre Sanchez (1999) 4. Erin Chow (2004) 5. Kori Lu (2005) 6. Mahie Atay (2003) 7. Kanani Taaca (2009) 8. Kori Lu (2006) 9. Mahie Atay (2002) 10. Kori Lu (2008)

0.64 0.96 0.96 1.04 1.14 1.20 1.32 1.34 1.36 1.42

SHUTOUTS (SOLO) 1. Kori Lu (2006) Erin Chow (2004) Mahie Atay (2003) 4. Demarre Sanchez (2000) 5. Kori Lu (2007) Nicole McClure (2007) Kori Lu (2005) Demarre Sanchez (1999) Amanda Paterson (1996) 10. Seven players tied w/

5 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 2

MINUTES IN GOAL 1. Kori Lu (2006) 2. Kori Lu (2008) 3. Amanda Paterson (1996) 4. Kanani Taaca (2010) 5. Jennifer Churchill (2001) 6. Mahie Atay (2003) 7. Kori Lu (2005) 8. Demarre Sanchez (1999) 9. Kori Lu (2007) 10. Mahie Atay (2002)

1881:52 1773:30 1770:00 1583:42 1534:48 1427:00 1415:48 1405:09 1405:00 1390:45

WINS 1. Mahie Atay (2003) 2. Jennifer Churchill (2001) 3. Kori Lu (2007) Kori Lu (2005) Demarre Sanchez (1999) 6. Kori Lu (2005) Mahie Atay (2002) Kori Lu (2008) 9. Erin Chow (2004) 10. Nicole McClure (2007) Amanda Paterson (1998)

11 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 6 6

SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS TEAM HIGHS Points _______________________ 174 (2007) Goals ________________________ 59 (2007) Assists _______________________ 56 (2007) Shots _______________________ 377 (2002) Fouls _______________________ 322 (2001) Corner Kicks _________________ 105 (2000) Goalkeeper Saves ______________ 146 (2000) Goalkeeper Shots Faced ________ 354 (1996) Goalkeeper Shutouts ____________ 12 (2007) Goals Against Average __________2.52 (1995) TEAM LOWS Points ________________________ 29 (1994) Goals ________________________ 12 (1994) Assists_________________________ 5 (1994) Shots _______________________ 125 (1994) Fouls _______________________ 127 (1994) Corner Kicks __________________ 51 (1994) Goalkeeper Saves _______________ 59 (1994) Goalkeeper Shots Faced _________ 137 (1994) Goalkeeper Shutouts _____________ 1 (1995) Goals Against Average __________0.87 (2004) OPPONENT HIGHS Points ______________________ 152 (2010) Goals ________________________ 53 (2010) Assists _______________________ 46 (2010) Shots Allowed ________________ 377 (2002) Fouls _______________________ 297 (2000) Corner Kicks _________________ 113 (1996) Goalkeeper Saves ______________ 116 (2006) Goals Against Average __________2.61 (2007) OPPONENT LOWS Points _______________________ 44 (1999) Goals ________________________ 18 (1999) Assists ________________________ 8 (1999) Shots _______________________ 137 (1994) Fouls _______________________ 121 (1994) Corner Kicks __________________ 55 (1994) Goalkeeper Saves _______________ 59 (1994) Goals Against Average __________0.74 (1996) MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Matches ______________________ 22 (2007) Wins ________________________ 15 (2007) Losses _______________ 14, 2x (1996, 2010) Ties __________________________ 4 (2008) Conference Wins ________________ 7 (2003) Conference Losses _ 5, 5x (1996, ‘97, ‘06, ‘09, ‘10) Home Wins ___________________ 11 (2007) Home Losses ___________________ 8 (2010) Road Wins _____________________ 7 (2003) Road Losses ____________________ 9 (1996) Shutouts ______________________ 12 (2007) Home Shutouts _________________ 8 (2007) Road Shutouts __________________ 6 (2003) Opponent Shutouts _____________ 10 (2010) Overtime Matches _______________ 9 (2008)

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SINGLE-MATCH RECORDS INDIVIDUAL Points ______________________________ 11 Natasha Kai vs. Morehead State (9/14/03) (Five goals, one assist) Goals _______________________________ 5 Natasha Kai vs. Morehead State (9/14/03) Assists_______________________________ 3 Alexis Choi at Louisiana Tech (10/28/07) Jessica Domingo vs. Duquesne (9/16/07) Adria Campbell vs. Eastern Michigan (9/4/05) Robyn deHay vs. Bowling Green (8/31/03) Erin Quattromani vs. Tulsa (10/11/02) Tiffany Makue vs. Nevada (10/28/01) Shots ______________________________ 16 Natasha Kai at Louisiana Tech (10/14/05) Goalkeeper Saves _____________________ 18 Demarre Sanchez vs. SMU (10/22/00) Goalkeeper Shots Faced ________________ 36 Amanda Paterson at BYU (10/26/96)

TEAM HIGHS Points ______________________________ 33 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07)

Goals in a defeat ___________________ 3, 2x last vs. SMU (10/3/03) Goals Allowed, victory __________________ 3 vs. Drake (9/7/08) Margin of Victory ____________________ 11 11-0 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Margin of Victory, shutout _____________ 11 11-0 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Margin of Victory, home _______________ 11 11-0 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Margin of Victory, road _________________ 5 5-0 at Louisiana Tech (10/28/07) Margin of Victory, neutral _______________ 6 7-1 vs. Boise State (11/7/01) Margin of Defeat ______________________ 9 9-0 at Stanford (9/23/10) Margin of Defeat, shutout _______________ 9 9-0 at Stanford (9/23/10)

Goals ______________________________ 11 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07)

Margin of Defeat, home______________ 4, 3x 4-0 vs. Boise State (10/1/10) 6-2 vs. Stanford (8/23/09) 4-0 vs. Arizona State (8/30/03)

Assists______________________________ 11 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07)

Margin of Defeat, road _________________ 9 9-0 at Stanford (9/23/10)

Shots ______________________________ 54 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07)

Margin of Defeat, neutral _______________ 3 4-1 vs. Rice (11/7/03)

Fouls ______________________________ 27 vs. San Diego (9/20/98)

TEAM LOWS

Corner Kicks ________________________ 18 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Goalkeeper Saves _____________________ 18 vs. SMU (10/22/00) Goalkeeper Shots Faced ________________ 36 at Brigham Young (10/26/96) Goals, first half________________________ 4 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Goals, second half _____________________ 7 last vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Goals Allowed ________________________ 9 at Stanford (9/23/10) Goals Allowed, first half _________________ 5 at Stanford (9/23/10) Goals Allowed, second half ______________ 6 at Brigham Young (10/26/96)

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Points _______________________________ 0 last at Utah State (10/31/10) Goals _______________________________ 0 last at Utah State (10/31/10) Assists_______________________________ 0 last at Utah State (10/31/10) Shots _______________________________ 0 vs. Stanford (8/30/96) Fouls _______________________________ 2 last at Stanford (9/23/10) Corner Kicks _________________________ 0 last at San Jose State (10/8/10) Goalkeeper Saves ______________________ 0 last vs. Wagner (8/22/10) Goalkeeper Shots Faced _________________ 0 vs. Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07)

INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT HIGHS Points ____________________________ 7, 3x last by Lauren Hansen, Utah State (10/31/10)* (Three goals, one assist) Goals ___________________________ 3, 10x last by Lauren Hansen, Utah State (10/31/10)* Assists_______________________________ 3 Kaleen Kassis, Cal Poly (9/3/94) Shots ______________________________ 10 Jessica Kellogg, Oral Roberts (9/29/03) Saves ___________________________ 15,2x last by Chrissy Haisler, Louisiana Tech (10/14/05)*

OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS Points _____________________________ 26 by Stanford (9/23/10)* Goals _______________________________ 9 by Stanford (9/23/10)* Assists____________________________ 9, 2x last at UCLA (9/23/07)* Shots ______________________________ 39 by SMU (10/22/00) Fouls ______________________________ 25 by San Diego State (10/18/96) Corner Kicks _____________________ 12, 2x by Stanford (9/23/10)* and (Pacific (10/6/96)* Goalkeeper Saves __________________ 15, 2x last by Louisiana Tech (10/14/05)* Goalkeeper Shots Faced _______________ 30 by Hawai‘i Pacific (10/20/96)

OPPONENT TEAM LOWS Points ___________________________ 0, 96x last by Fresno State (10/10/10) Goals ___________________________ 0, 96x last by Fresno State (10/10/10) Shots _______________________________ 0 by Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Fouls ____________________________ 1, 4x last by Hawai‘i Pacific (9/30/07) Corner Kicks _________________________ 0 last by Wagner (8/22/10) Saves _______________________________ 0 last by Stanford (9/23/10) *denotes road match

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS & TEAM STATS POINTS 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

GAME-WINNING GOALS

N. Arakawa, J. Kaneshiro Nicki Arakawa Nicki Arakawa Jennifer Hamm Tricia Nishikawa Veronica Flores Arlene Devitt Arlene Devitt Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Taryn Fukuroku Ambree Ako Taryn Fukuroku Britta Bourne Chelsea Deptula

9 16 9 9 23 23 17 29 37 62 29 34 22 32 17 23 9

GOALS 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

GOALKEEPER SAVES

N. Arakawa, J. Kaneshiro Regina Heidal Four tied w/ Jennifer Hamm Tricia Nishikawa Veronica Flores A. Devitt, K. Eaton Arlene Devitt Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Kelli-Anne Chang Ambree Ako Chelsea Deptula Britta Bourne Three tied with

2 2 1 2 4 4 2 4 5 7 7 4 4 4 2 3 1

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

SHOTS

N. Arakawa, J. Kaneshiro N. Arakawa, L. Anzai Nicki Arakawa Tricia Nishikawa Tricia Nishikawa Veronica Flores Arlene Devitt Arlene Devitt Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai T. Fukuroku; K. Chang T. Fukuroku; A. Ako T. Fukuroku; A. Ako Britta Bourne Chelsea Deptula

4 5 3 4 9 10 7 12 16 29 12 15 8 12 6 10 4

ASSISTS 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

29 50 118 63 57 109 91 88 78 77 44 71 56 78 64 42 67

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

Jami Kaneshiro Nicki Arakawa Nicki Arakawa Jennifer Hamm Tricia Nishikawa Veronica Flores Arlene Devitt Arlene Devitt Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Taryn Fukuroku Taryn Fukuroku Taryn Fukuroku Britta Bourne Mari Punzal

39 28 36 58 35 47 41 67 105 93 130 118 71 61 62 87 30

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

GOALKEEPER MINUTES

Five tied with Nicki Arakawa Nicki Arakawa J. Hamm, V. Marciel Megan Lytle Three tied with V. Flores, M. Lytle Five tied with Erin Quattromani R. deHay, A. Devitt Joelle Sugai Adria Campbell Taryn Fukuroku Jessica Domingo Taryn Fukuroku Ambree Ako Two tied with

Brandy McKeague Lindsay Wellnitz Amanda Paterson Amanda Paterson Paterson, Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Jennifer Churchill Mahie Atay Mahie Atay Mahie Atay Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kanani Taaca Kanani Taaca

Tricia Estler Lindsay Wellnitz Amanda Paterson Demarre Sanchez Paterson, Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Jennifer Churchill Mahie Atay Mahie Atay Mahie Atay Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kanani Taaca Kanani Taaca

1.56 2.20 1.98 1.48 1.52 0.96 1.49 1.70 1.36 1.20 0.64 1.14 1.34 0.96 1.42 1.32 2.39

GOALKEEPER SHUTOUTS

Tricia Estler Lindsay Wellnitz Amanda Paterson Amanda Paterson Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Jennifer Churchill Mahie Atay Mahie Atay Erin Chow Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kanani Taaca Kanani Taaca

576:00 859:28 1770:00 1139:01 829:30 1405:09 1324:53 1534:48 1390:45 1427:00 1120:04 1415:48 1881:52 1405:00 1773:30 1088.08 1583:42

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tricia Estler Nani Cedillos Amanda Paterson Demarre Sanchez Amanda Paterson Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Jennifer Churchill Mahie Atay Mahie Atay Erin Chow Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu, Nicole McClure Kori Lu Kanani Taaca Kanani Taaca

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

TEAM YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS YEAR 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS 32

GP 11 18 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 21 20 21 22 19 19 20 339

G 12 21 16 22 32 28 24 38 49 51 27 30 25 59 36 24 17 511

A 5 18 9 17 31 27 24 38 53 44 31 28 27 56 25 21 10 462

PTS 29 60 41 61 95 83 72 114 151 146 85 88 77 174 97 69 44 1486

SH 125 178 196 238 223 252 262 279 377 340 300 342 297 327 238 293 210 4477

SOG 101 134 127 114 122 115 164 153 115 140 141 148 109 133 95 1911

GWG 5 3 4 7 11 12 5 10 10 13 12 9 8 15 8 7 3 142

GWA 2 3 1 4 10 15 6 11 12 8 16 11 7 15 5 6 2 134

CK 51 64 72 87 78 64 105 75 80 77 70 78 78 96 71 63 60 1269

F 127 198 206 207 243 215 271 322 301 259 245 164 193 202 226 157 169 3705

YC 4 9 12 7 11 3 29 23 27 23 9 4 5 5 12 4 11 198

GA 20 47 42 38 28 18 34 38 28 22 19 22 30 22 30 29 53 520

GAA 1.71 2.52 1.94 1.83 1.52 0.89 1.62 1.84 1.36 1.08 0.87 1.06 1.37 0.97 1.47 1.49 2.52 1.62

SV 58 109 122 108 118 133 146 105 111 105 80 98 61 78 66 79 86 1663

SHO 3 1 4 4 7 8 4 2 6 11 8 9 8 12 3 3 3 96

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CONFERENCE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL POINTS Match 8, Natasha Kai at Nevada (10/10/03)(4 g) Season 30, Natasha Kai (2003)(14 g, 2a) Career 84, Natasha Kai (2002-05)(37 g, 10a) GOALS Match Season Career

4, Natasha Kai at Nevada (10/10/03)* 14, Natasha Kai (2003)* 37, Natasha Kai (2002-05)

GAME-WINNING GOALS Season 4 , Natasha Kai (2002) Career 11, Natasha Kai (2002-05) ASSISTS Match 3, Erin Quattromani vs. Tulsa (10/11/02) Tiffany Makue vs. Nevada (10/28/01) Alexis Choi at La. Tech (10/28/07) Season 7, Erin Quattromani (2002)* Career 11, Arlene Devitt (2000-03)

CORNER KICKS Match(H) 12, vs. Nevada (10/12/07) Match(L) 0, 3x (last at San Jose State, 10/8/10) Season(H) 37 (2002) Season(L) 16 (1999) SAVES Match(H) Match(L) Season(H) Season(L)

22 vs. SMU (10/22/00) 0, 2x (last at UTEP, 10/10/04) 61 (2000) 18 (2007)

GOALS ALLOWED Match(H) 7, 2x at BYU (10/26/96, 10/9/98) Match(L) 0, 37x (last at Fresno State, 10/10/10) Season(H) 19 (2010) Season(L) 3 (2005) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season(H) 2.80 (1997) Season(L) 0.43 (2005)

MARGIN OF VICTORY/DEFEAT SHOTS Match Season Career

16, Natasha Kai at La. Tech (10/14/05)* 58, Natasha Kai (2005)* 190, Natasha Kai (2002-05)

GOALKEEPER SAVES Match 18, Demarre Sanchez vs. SMU (10/22/00)* Season 56, 2x, Demarre Sanchez (1999, 2000) Career 167, Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season 0.25 (1 G, 360 min), Kori Lu (2005) Career 0.89, Mahie Atay (2002-05)

Margin of victory __________________________ 7 (7-0) vs. Idaho (11/4/07) Margin of victory, shutout ___________________ 7 (7-0) vs. Idaho (11/4/07) Margin of victory, home ____________________ 7 (7-0) vs. Idaho (11/4/07) Margin of victory, road _____________________ 5 (5-0) at Louisiana Tech (10/28/07) Margin of defeat___________________________ 7 (7-0) at BYU (10/26/96), (10/9/98)

TEAM POINTS Match(H) Match(L) Season(H) Season(L) GOALS Match(H) Match(L) Season(H) Season(L)

Margin of defeat, shutout____________________ 7 (7-0) at BYU (10/26/96), (10/9/98) 22 vs. Idaho (11/4/07) 0, 22x (last vs. Utah State (10/31/10) 74 (2002) 7 (1996)

Margin of defeat, home _____________________ 4 (4-0) vs. Boise State 10/1/10)

HAWAI‘I IN THE WAC BY THE NUMBERS Years ___________________________________ 15 Regular-Season Record ____________ 51-48-6 (.514) Home Record __________________ 30-19-4 (.604) Road Record ___________________ 21-29-2 (.423) WAC Tournament Record __________ 4-7-1 (.375) Regular-Season Titles ___________ 3 (2003, ’05, ’07) Tournament Titles ___________________ 1 (2007) WAC Player of the Year Selections _____________ 7 WAC Freshman of the Year Selections___________ 2 WAC Coach of the Year Selections _____________ 2 All-WAC First-Team Selections _______________ 24 All-WAC Second-Team Selections _____________ 24 Academic Team Selections __________________ 100 Player of the Week Awards __________________ 40 All-Tournament Selections___________________ 12 All-Time Regular-Season Finishes 1996_____________________________ 6th (0-4-1) 1997_______________________________ 6th (0-5) 1998_____________________________ T4th (2-4) 1999_____________________________ T2nd (4-2) 2000_____________________________ 7th (1-4-2) 2001_____________________________ T2nd (5-3) 2002_____________________________ T2nd (6-2) 2003______________________________ T1st (7-1) 2004_______________________________ 4th (5-3) 2005_______________________________ 1st (5-2) 2006_______________________________ 6th (2-5) 2007_______________________________ 1st (6-1) 2008_____________________________ 3rd (4-2-1) 2009_______________________________ 7th (3-5) 2010______________________________8th (1-5-2) Longest regular-season win streak______________ 7 Began: 10/5/03 Ended: 10/8/04 Consecutive conference losses _______________ 11 Began: 10/18/96 Ended: 10/18/98

Margin of defeat, road ______________________ 7 (7-0) at BYU (10/26/96),(10/9/98) 7 vs. Idaho (11/4/07) 0, 22x (last vs. Utah State, 10/31/10) 25, (2007) 3, 2x (1996, ’97)

Margin of victory, WAC Tournament __________ 6 (7-1) vs. Boise State (11/7/01) Margin of defeat, WAC Tournament __________ 3 (4-1) vs. Rice (11/7/03)

ASSISTS Match(H) Match(L) Season(H) Season(L)

8 vs. Idaho (11/4/07) 0, 32x (last vs. Utah State, 10/31/10) 26 (2002) 1 (1996)

SHOTS Match(H) Match(L) Season(H) Season(L)

38 at Louisiana Tech (10/14/05) 1, 2x (last at Fresno State, 10/1/00) 160, 2x (2002, ’05) 42 (1996)

FOULS Match(H) Match(L) Season(H) Season(L)

25 at Tulsa (10/15/00) 2, 4x (last at Stanford, 9/23/10) 123 (2001) 28 (1997)

* denotes Western Athletic Conference record

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STREAKS CONSECUTIVE MATCHES WITH A GOAL Rk No Player Dates 1. 9 Natasha Kai Sept. 28-Oct. 27, 2003 2. 4 Taryn Fukuroku Sept. 7-Sept. 16, 2007 4 Natasha Kai Oct. 1-14, 2005 4 Natasha Kai Sept. 13-26, 2004 4 Natasha Kai Oct. 25-Nov. 3, 2002 6. 3 Ambree Ako Oct. 18-25, 2009 3 Britta Bourne Sept. 20-26, 2009 3 Taryn Fukuroku Oct. 28-Nov. 4, 2007 3 Taryn Fukuroku Oct. 19-26, 2008 3 Ambree Ako Oct. 7-14, 2007 3 Ambree Ako Aug. 31-Sept. 7, 2007 3 Tehane Higa Sept. 9-16, 2007 3 Kelli-Anne Chang Oct. 13-22, 2006 3 Taryn Fukuroku Sept. 21-Oct. 1, 2006 3 Gabrielle Bohlman Sept. 1-5, 2004 3 Natasha Kai Sept. 1-5, 2004 3 Natasha Kai Sept. 9-14, 2003 3 Mia Moe Sept. 27-Oct. 11, 2002 3 Natasha Kai Sept. 19-Oct. 11, 2002 3 Arlene Devitt Oct. 28-Nov. 7, 2001 3 Veronica Flores Oct. 10-15, 1999 3 Jennifer Hamm Sept. 1-12, 1997 3 Nicki Arakawa Nov. 5, 1994-Sept. 3, 1995

Goals 17 5 6 4 7 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 9 3 6 5 4 3 3

CONSECUTIVE MATCHES WITH A POINT Rk No Player Dates 1. 9 Natasha Kai Sept. 28-Oct. 27, 2003 2. 8 Ambree Ako Oct. 7-Nov. 4, 2007 3. 6 Tricia Nishikawa Oct. 16-Nov. 1, 1998 6 Natasha Kai Oct. 1-28, 2005 5. 5 Koren Takeyama Oct. 26-Nov. 9, 2007 5 Erin Quattromani Oct. 21-Nov. 3, 2002 5 Ambree Ako Sept. 9-28, 2008 8. 4 Ambree Ako Oct. 16-25, 2009 4 Taryn Fukuroku Sept. 7-14, 2008 4 Natasha Kai Sept. 13-26, 2004 4 Natasha Kai Oct. 25-Nov. 3, 2002 4 Nicki Arakawa Oct. 7-22, 1995 4 Jennifer Hamm Aug. 31-Sept. 14, 1997 4 Veronica Flores Oct. 10-17, 1999 4 Wendy Miyashiro Sept. 5-18, 1998

Points 36 22 11 21 6 10 8 9 8 9 16 8 7 10 5

CONSECUTIVE MATCHES PLAYED Rk No Player Dates 1. 82 Taryn Fukuroku 2005-08 2. 81 Liz Lusk 2001-02, ’03-04 81 Joelle Sugai 2001-04 4. 78 Jennifer Starsiak 1998-2001 78 Megan Lytle 1997-2000 78 Wendy Miyashiro 1996-99 7. 67 Wanette Miyashiro 1998-2002 67 Chelsea Deptula 2007-10 9. 62 Koren Takeyama 2004-06 62 Natalie Groenewoud 2001-04 62 Erin Schremser 1999-2001

Starts 64 81 81 71 77 58 59 66 62 46 58

CONSECUTIVE MATCHES WITH AN ASSIST 4 by Koren Takeyama (Oct. 26-Nov. 4, 2007) 4 by Erin Quattromani (Oct. 25-Nov. 3, 2002)

WINNING STREAKS Winning streak .....................................................................................7 Began: 11/2/97 Ended: 9/27/98 Unbeaten streak .............................................................................. 7, 3x Began: 9/13/04 Ended: 10/3/04 Began: 10/5/03 Ended: 10/27/03 Began: 11/2/97 Ended: 9/27/98 Consecutive home wins.........................................................................9 Began: 9/9/07 Consecutive home matches w/o a loss .................................................12 Began: 8/31/07 Consecutive road wins ..........................................................................6 Began: 10/10/03 Ended: 9/27/04 Consecutive road wins (including neutral) ............................................5 Began: 9/1/04 Ended: 9/27/04 Consecutive road matches w/o a loss.....................................................7 Began: 10/10/03 Ended: 10/8/04 Consecutive road matches w/o a loss (including neutral) ......................6 Began: 9/1/04 Ended: 10/8/04 Consecutive conference wins .................................................................7 Began: 10/5/03 Ended: 10/8/04 Consecutive conference home wins .....................................................10 Began: 10/5/03 Ended: 10/30/05 Consecutive conference road wins .........................................................6 Began: 11/1/02 Ended: 10/8/04 Consecutive wins to start the season......................................................6 Began: 9/5/98 Ended: 9/27/98 Consecutive matches w/o a loss to start season ................................. 6, 2x Began: 8/31/07 Ended: 9/21/07 Began: 9/5/98 Ended: 9/27/98

LOSING STREAKS Losing Streak ......................................................................................10 Began: 10/25/95 Ended: 10/2/96 Winless streak .....................................................................................11 Began: 10/25/95 Ended: 10/3/96 Consecutive home losses .......................................................................7 Began: 8/27/10 Ended: 10/22/10 Consecutive home matches w/o a win...................................................8 Began: 8/27/10 Ended: 10/24/10 Consecutive road losses .........................................................................9 Began: 11/4/99 Ended: 9/7/01 Consecutive road matches w/o a win ....................................................9 Began: 11/4/99 Ended: 9/7/01 Consecutive road losses (including neutral) ...........................................9 Began: 11/4/99 Ended: 9/7/01 Consecutive conference losses .............................................................11 Began: 10/18/96 Ended: 10/18/98 Consecutive conference home losses......................................................4 Began: 10/18/96 Ended: 10/18/98 Consecutive conference road losses .......................................................9 Began: 10/24/96 Ended: 10/10/99 Consecutive losses to start the season ....................................................7 Began: 8/30/96 Ended: 10/2/96 Consecutive matches w/o a win to start season ....................................8 Began: 8/30/96 Ended: 10/3/96

SCORING STREAKS Consecutive matches with a goal .........................................................10 Began: 10/7/07 Ended: 11/16/07 Consecutive shutouts posted .......................................................... 5, 2x Began: 9/24/04 Ended: 10/8/04 Began: 10/28/07 Ended: 11/16/07 Consecutive scoreless matches ..............................................................6 Began: 9/7/10 Ended: 10/3/10 Consecutive scoreless minutes ......................................................579:26 Began: 9/7/10 Ended: 10/3/10 *denotes current streak

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES Mahie Atay, 533:00 (Sept. 10, 2004-Oct. 16, 2005) 34

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OVERTIME & RANKED TEAMS ALL-TIME OVERTIME MATCHES 1994 Date S 13 S 16 1995 S 23 S 26 1996 S3 O2 O5 O 13 O 31 1998 O 13 O 16 1999 S9 N4 2000 A 25 S 28 O 22 2001 A 31 S7 S 10 O 14 N1 2002 A 30 S 23 O 21 N3 2003 S8 O 27 2004 A 29 S1 S5 S 27 O 15 O 24 N4 2005 A 26 A 29 S 10 S 23 2006 S8 S 10 S 12 S 15 S 17 O 29 2007 S3 S7 S 21 O7 N9 2008 A 27 S7 S9 S 18 S 21 S 26 S 28 O 12 O 19 2009 A 21 O 18 2010 A 29 S 26 O8 O 12 O 24 O 29

Team at Pacific vs. UCLA

HAWAI‘I VERSUS RANKED TEAMS

Score W, 1-0 L, 0-1

Golden Goal Jami Kaneshiro

Time 104:00

T, 3-3 T, 1-1

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L, 2-4 T, 1-1 W, 1-0 T, 0-0 L, 1-2

-Nicki Arakawa --

-116:00 --

at Weber State San Diego State

L, 0-1 L, 1-2 (2OT)

Lisa Anthony Susan Mendez

96:30 105:01

San Francisco at SMU

T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 1-2 (3OT)

-Sarah Harvey

-122:09

Boise State San Jose State SMU

T, 2-2 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 0-0 (2OT)

----

----

W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 W, 2-1

Arlene Devitt Tiffany Makue Liz Hail Sarah Yoder Arlene Devitt

95:29 105:00 110:26 94:10 101:00

UAB Long Beach State at TCU at Fresno State

T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 1-0

--Erin Quattromani Natasha Kai

--90:50 103:36

at UC Riverside Brigham Young

T, 2-2 (2OT) T, 2-2 (2OT)

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T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 2-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 3-2 W, 1-0 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT)

-Natasha Kai Natasha Kai -Natasha Kai Jessica Domingo --

-90:53 92:17 -93:25 102:29 --

W, 2-1 L, 0-1 (2OT) T, 0-0 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT)

Krisha Kai Charlene Lui ---

T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 0-1 W, 2-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 0-1

Auburn Pacific at Cal State Northridge at Pepperdine vs. Utah State Long Beach State vs. Drake at New Mexico Montana UC Santa Barbara at Portland State at Washington at Fresno State San Jose State

Date 1996 Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Oct. 26

Rk Opponent

W/L/T

Score

Rec.

5 8 20

Stanford Maryland at Brigham Young

L L L

0-1 0-1 0-7

0-1 0-2 0-3

1997 Oct. 11

11

Brigham Young

L

0-3

0-4

1998 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 16

17 21 8

UCLA at Brigham Young San Diego State

L L L

1-4 0-7 1-2

0-5 0-6 0-7

1999 Sept. 9 Oct. 22 Nov. 4

18 24 21

Stanford at SMU SMU

L L L

1-3 0-2 1-2

0-8 0-9 0-10

2000 Oct. 22

21

SMU

T

0-0

0-10-1

2001 Oct. 1

6

at California

L

0-4

0-11-1

2002 Sept. 15

5

UCLA

L

0-2

0-12-1

2003 Aug. 29

9

Arizona State

L

0-4

0-13-1

2004 Sept. 10 Oct. 8

30 27

Duke at SMU

L L

0-2 2-3

0-14-1 0-15-1

96:21 109:27 ---

2005 Sept. 5 Sept. 29

18 25

Pepperdine at Cal St. Fullerton

L L

0-2 0-3

0-16-1 0-17-1

-Gianna DeSaverio Taryn Fukuroku Kelli-Anne Chang -Antonea Lugo

-97:46 108:33 99:58 -90:27

2007 Aug. 31 Sept. 23

26 7

Kansas at UCLA

W L

4-0 0-6

1-17-1 1-18-1

W, 2-1 T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 2-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 1-0

Ambree Ako -Faith Murphy -Koren Takeyama

94:42 -102:37 -100:39

2008 Sept. 1 Sept. 21 Sept. 28

23 23 21

Denver UC Santa Barbara at Washington

L W L

1-2 2-1 (ot) 1-2 (ot)

1-19-1 2-19-1 2-20-1

L, 3-4 W, 4-3 (2OT) T, 3-3 (2OT) T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 2-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 2-1

Kim Silos Kelli-Anne Chang --Chelsea Deptula -Jenna Robison -Taryn Fukuroku

93:16 103:26 --98:35 -98:36 -92:45

2009 Aug. 21 Aug. 23

25 2

Brigham Young Stanford

T L

0-0 (2ot) 2-6

2-20-2 2-21-2

2010 Sept. 5 Sept. 23

21 2

at California at Stanford

L L

1-8 0-9

2-22-2 2-23-2

Brigham Young at New Mexico State

T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 1-2

-Jazim Cardosa

-99:27

Long Island at Pacific at San Jose State at Cal State Bakersfield New Mexico State at Nevada

L, 0-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-3 (2OT) T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 1-2 (2OT)

Jessica Sexton -

90:18 -

Sam Pena

101:52

Ellie Stott

109:07

vs. Utah at Loyola Marymount Saint Mary’s at San Francisco at Sacramento State Fresno State at Air Force

Sacramento State at Idaho at Eastern Washington at Rice San Jose State

Pacific at UC Santa Barbara at Loyola Marymount at Brigham Young Nevada at San Jose State Tulsa George Mason Brigham Young vs. Weber State Butler vs. Pacific at Arizona at Northern Arizona Cornell San Francisco at Fresno State

All-time record: 19-18-29 (.508) Home record: 8-5-16 (.552) Road record: 9-12-10 (.452)

All-time vs. ranked teams: 2-23-2 All-time vs. Top 10: 0-9 At home: 2-12-2 On the road: 0-11-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Longest losing streak: 10, Aug. 30, 1996 to Nov. 4, 1999 Last win vs. ranked team: 2-1, #23 UCSB (9/21/08) Last loss vs. ranked team: 0-9, vs. #2 Stanford (9/23/10) Last tie vs. ranked team: 0-0, vs. #25 Brigham Young (8/21/09) rankings according to Soccer Buzz from 1996-2007 rankings according to NSCAA beginning in 2008

Neutral record: 2-1-3 (.583)

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ATTENDANCE RECORDS & MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS HAWAI‘I WHEN... Leading at half _____________________ 84-12-4 Trailing at half _____________________ 9-100-7 Tied at half ______________________ 49-45-19

Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium

UH scores first ____________________ 122-18-9 Opponent scores first ______________ 19-140-10 Shutout by opponent ________________ 0-82-11 Scoring at least one goal ____________ 142-75-19 Scoring at least two goals ____________ 110-22-8 Scoring at least three goals _____________ 62-3-2

HOME MATCH ATTENDANCE

OVERALL MATCH ATTENDANCE

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

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

Att 3,175 2,488 2,151 2,010 1,772 1,672 1,620 1,563 1,532 1,495

Opponent Fresno State SMU Boise State Nevada Oregon State Pacific Pacific UTEP Pepperdine Duke

Date 10/30/05 10/21/01 10/17/04 10/28/05 9/3/00 8/20/10 9/7/07 10/19/01 9/2/05 9/10/04

Att 3,175 2,488 2,368 2,151 2,010 1,945 1,772 1,672 1,660 1,620

Opponent Fresno State SMU at Fresno State Boise State Nevada at Fresno State Oregon State Pacific at Washington Pacific

Date 10/30/05 10/21/01 10/26/97 10/17/04 10/28/05 10/29/06 9/3/00 8/20/10 9/28/08 9/7/07

SEASON AVERAGE ATTENDANCE ROAD MATCH ATTENDANCE Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Att 2,368 1,945 1,660 1,553 1,335 1,288 1,079 1,062 1,058 1,030

Opponent Fresno State Fresno State Washington Fresno State New Mexico State Portland Fresno State UCLA Fresno State New Mexico

Date 10/26/97 10/29/06 9/28/08 10/22/04 10/18/09 9/24/99 11/3/02 9/23/07 10/1/00 9/9/08

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

Avg 1,289 1,129 1,074 1,030 937 870 830 821 669 646

Year 2005 2001 2000 2004 2008 2007 2009 2003 2006 2002

NCAA Rk 9th 10th 9th 13th 25th 27th 31st 20th 38th 27th

Site WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS WPSS

HAWAI‘I AT HOME Ala Wai Field (1995-98) UH Lower Campus (1999) Waipi‘o Soccer Stadium (2000-10)

16-17-2 6-2-1 59-38-14

Shutting out opponent _______________ 85-0-11 Allowing at least one goal ___________ 57-157-19 Allowing at least two goals ___________ 13-124-8 Allowing at least three goals ____________ 1-73-1 Conference games __________________ 51-48-6 Conference home games _____________ 30-19-4 Conference road games ______________ 21-29-2 Conference tournament games ___________ 4-7-1 Non-conference home games _________ 51-38-12 Non-conference road games ___________ 28-61-8 Non-conference neutral games ___________ 8-3-3 Season-openers _______________________ 5-9-3 First home match of the year ____________ 5-8-3 First road match of the year ____________ 6-10-1 WAC-openers _______________________ 7-7-1 First WAC home match of the year _______ 8-6-1 First WAC road match of the year _________ 6-9 In August __________________________ 9-11-4 In September _____________________ 56-65-17 In October ________________________ 59-71-8 In November ______________________ 18-10-1 Overtime ________________________ 19-18-28 Home Overtime _____________________ 8-5-16 Road Overtime _____________________ 9-12-9 Neutral Overtime _____________________ 2-1-3 Versus ranked teams__________________ 2-23-2 Home versus ranked__________________ 2-12-2 Road versus ranked ___________________ 0-11 Neutral versus ranked___________________ 0-0

WPSS = Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium

All-time score _____________________ 511-522

HAWAI‘I YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals 36

Overall 5-6-0 3-13-2 4-14-2 7-12-1 11-7-0 12-7-1 5-12-3 10-10-0 10-8-2 13-5-2 12-6-3 9-9-2 8-11-2 15-5-2 8-7-4 7-11-1 3-14-3 142-157-30

Pct. .455 .222 .250 .375 .611 .625 .325 .500 .550 .700 .643 .500 .429 .727 .526 .368 0.225 .477

Conference 0-4-1 0-5-0 2-4-0 4-2-0 1-4-2 5-3-0 6-2-0 7-1-0 5-3-0 5-2-0 2-5-0 6-1-0 4-2-1 3-5-0 1-5-2 51-48-6

Pct. .100 .000 .333 .667 .286 .625 .750 .875 .625 .714 .286 .857 .642 .625 0.188 .514

Place 6th 6th t4th t2nd 7th t2nd t2nd t1st 4th 1st 6th 1st 3rd 7th 8th 8th

Home Away 0-0-0 5-4-0 1-5-0 2-8-1 1-5-1 2-9-1 5-4-1 2-8-0 9-3-0 1-4-0 6-2-1 5-5-0 5-4-3 0-8-0 4-2-0 4-8-0 7-3-2 3-5-0 6-3-1 7-1-1 6-2-2 4-4-1 6-3-1 3-5-0 6-4-1 2-7-0 11-0-1 2-5-1 3-3-1 3-3-3 4-6-1 3-5-0 1-8-1 1-6-2 81-57-17 49-95-10

Neutral 0-2-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-1 2-0-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 1-0 12-5-3

Home Field Ala Wai Field Ala Wai Field Ala Wai Field Ala Wai Field UH Lower Campus Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium Waipi‘o Stadium

Coach Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing Pinsoom Tenzing

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS ALL-TIME HAT TRICKS (CHRONOLOGICALLY) Goals 3 3 3 3 5 4 3 3 3 3 3

Player Veronica Flores Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Vanessa Bailey Kelli-Anne Chang Britta Bourne

Opponent vs. Boise State vs. Tulsa vs. Boise State vs. Utah Valley State vs. Morehead State at Nevada vs. Fresno State vs. Nevada vs. Hawai‘i Pacific vs. Idaho at Idaho

Date 11/7/01 10/11/02 10/25/02 9/13/03 9/14/03 10/10/03 10/17/03 10/28/05 9/30/07 11/4/07 11/1/09

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

Time 0:08 0:16 0:18 1:14 1:37 2:25 2:28 2:30 2:35 2:56

Player Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Melissa Moore Natasha Kai Natasha Kai Megan Lytle Natasha Kai Jennifer Starsiak Natasha Kai Tui Moe

Opponent Morehead State at SMU at Pacific Tulsa Robert Morris at Tulsa Fresno State Saint Mary’s Nevada at Idaho State

Date 9/14/03 10/8/04 10/6/96 10/11/02 9/25/05 10/15/00 10/17/03 9/6/98 10/27/02 9/25/98

Robyn McNeill, ISI Photos.

QUICKEST GOALS, START OF MATCH

Natasha Kai 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist With US National Team 2009 WPS Champion With Sky Blue FC 2011 Member of WPS’ Philadelphia Independence

ALL-TIME TEAM MVPS

QUICKEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Time 0:36 0:51 1:28 1:35 1:39 1:41 1:45 1:50 1:58 2:05

First Goal Natasha Kai Taryn Fukuroku Koren Takeyama Taryn Fukuroku Natasha Kai Ambree Ako Ambree Ako Arlene Devitt Own Goal Kalena Eaton

Second goal, opponent Date Koren Takeyama, E. Michigan 9/4/05 Taryn Fukuroku, Idaho 11/4/07 Natasha Kai, Portland St. 9/19/04 own goal, Boise State 11/2/07 Natasha Kai, E. Michigan 9/4/05 Taryn Fukuroku, Nevada 10/12/07 Kelli-Anne Chang, SJSU 10/22/06 Natasha Kai, Long Island 9/19/02 Adria Campbell, LBSU 9/12/05 Natalie Groenewoud, SJSU 10/19/03

Jodi Makiya, Defender 1994

Tui Moe, Midfielder 1997

Mia Moe, Defender 2002

Erin Quattromani, Midfielder 2002

Natasha Kai, Forward 2003, ’04, ’05

Jessica Domingo, Midfielder 2006

QUICKEST GOAL, OVERTIME 0:50, Erin Quattromani at TCU (10/21/02)

QUICKEST GOAL, SECOND HALF 0:17, Ambree Ako vs. Denver (9/1/08) 0:29, Natasha Kai vs. Boise State (10/25/02)

QUICKEST GOAL, OPPONENT START OF MATCH 0:58, Althea Graham, BYU (10/11/97)

QUICKEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS, OPPONENT 0:13, Patty Geesmon and Allison Murphy, Cal Poly (11/3/94)

QUICKEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS, BOTH TEAMS Time 0:08

First Goal, team Tasha Hagan, UH

Second goal, team Rosette Rough, Long Island

Date 9/19/02

FRESHMAN SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points _______________________________ 37 by Natasha Kai (2002) Goals ________________________________ 16 by Natasha Kai (2002) Assists_______________________________ 6 by Carmen Calpo (2002) Shots _______________________________ 105 by Natasha Kai (2002) Goalkeeper Minutes ____________ 1770:00 by Amanda Paterson (1996) Goalkeeper Saves __________________ 118 by Amanda Paterson (1996) Goalkeeper Wins ___________________________ 9 by Kori Lu (2005) 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

Tehane Higa, Defender 2007

Mari Punzal, Midfielder 2009

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ALL-TIME HONOR ROLL NATIONAL/REGIONAL Hermann Award (National Player of the Year) 2004 Natasha Kai, F, Semifinalist All-America 2003 Natasha Kai, F, Soccer Buzz Third Team All-Region 1996 Amanda Paterson, GK NSCAA/Umbro All-West Third Team 2003 Natasha Kai, F, Soccer Buzz All-West First Team 2004 Natasha Kai, F, Soccer Buzz All-West Second Team 2007 Tehane Higa, D, Soccer Buzz All-West Third Team Freshman All-America 1997 Jennifer Hamm, F, Soccer Buzz Honorable Mention 2002 Natasha Kai, F, Soccer Buzz Third Team Freshman All-Region 1997 Jennifer Hamm, F, Soccer Buzz All-West First Team 2002 Natasha Kai, F, Soccer Buzz All-West First Team Soccer America Team of the Week 2003 Natasha Kai (Oct. 15) 2004 Natasha Kai (Sept. 8) 2005 Natasha Kai (Nov. 2) Soccer Buzz Team of the Week 2002 Natasha Kai (Oct. 29) 2003 Natasha Kai (Oct. 14) 2004 Natasha Kai (Sept. 8) Jessica Uecker (Oct. 6) 2007 Ambree Ako (Sept. 5, Oct. 16) Chelsea Deptula (Nov. 12)

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE WAC Player of the Year 2002 Natasha Kai, F 2003 Natasha Kai, F 2005 Natasha Kai, F

WAC Coach of the Year 2005 Pinsoom Tenzing 2007 Pinsoom Tenzing

2009 Mari Punzal, First Team Ambree Ako, Second Team Britta Bourne, Second Team

All-WAC 1999 Veronica Flores, F, First Team Demarre Sanchez, GK, First Team Wendy Miyashiro, M/D, Second Team 2000 Arlene Devitt, F, Second Team Camille Kalama, D, Second Team Leila Wai, D, Second Team 2001 Arlene Devitt, F, First Team Carmel Hurley, D, Second Team 2002 Natasha Kai, F, First Team Erin Quattromani, M, First Team Mahie Atay, GK, Second Team Arlene Devitt, F, Second Team Noelle Takemoto, D, Second Team 2003 Natasha Kai, F, First Team Robyn deHay, F, First Team Joelle Sugai, M, Second Team 2004 Natasha Kai, F, First Team Joelle Sugai, M, First Team Robyn deHay, F, Second Team Krystalynn Ontai, M, Second Team 2005 Jessica Domingo, M, First Team Natasha Kai, F, First Team Koren Takeyama, D, First Team Adria Campbell, F, Second Team Krisha Kai, D, Second Team Kori Lu, GK, Second Team 2006 Taryn Fukuroku, F, First Team Jessica Domingo, M, Second Team Koren Takeyama, D, Second Team 2007 Ambree Ako, F, First Team Jessica Domingo, M, First Team Taryn Fukuroku, F, First Team Tehane Higa, D, First Team Nicole Mikula, D, First Team Chelsea Deptula, D, Second Team Kori Lu, GK, Second Team 2008 Taryn Fukuroku, First Team Nicole Mikula, First Team Mari Punzal, First Team Ambree Ako, Second Team

All-WAC Pacific Division 1996 Amanda Paterson, GK, First Team Denise Tsukada, D, Second Team 1997 Jennifer Hamm, F, Second Team Amanda Paterson, GK, Second Team 1998 Tricia Nishikawa, F, First Team WAC Offensive Player of the Week 1998 Dawn Dasher (Sept. 6) 1999 Veronica Flores (Oct. 18) 2000 Veronica Flores (Oct. 9) 2001 Arlene Devitt (Sept. 10; Oct. 22) 2002 Natasha Kai (Sept. 5; Oct. 14; Oct. 28) 2003 Natasha Kai (Sept. 15; Oct. 6; Oct. 13) 2004 Natasha Kai (Sept. 6, Sept. 27) 2005 Natasha Kai (Aug. 29, Oct. 10, Oct. 31) 2006 Kelli-Anne Chang (Sept. 18) 2007 Mari Punzal (Sept. 3) Ambree Ako (Oct. 15, Nov. 5) 2008 Taryn Fukuroku (Sept. 15, Oct. 20) Chelsea Deptula (Nov. 3) 2009 Ambree Ako (Nov. 2) Britta Bourne (Sept. 28, Nov. 2) WAC Defensive Player of the Week 1999 Demarre Sanchez (Oct. 25) 2002 Mahie Atay (Sept. 23) Jessica Uecker (Oct. 14) 2003 Mahie Atay (Sept. 8; Oct. 20) Erin Chow (Oct. 6) Krystalynn Ontai (Oct. 13) 2004 Jessica Uecker (Oct. 6) 2005 Krisha Kai (Oct. 10) 2006 Kelly McCloskey (Sept. 25) 2007 Tehane Higa (Sept. 10) Kori Lu (Oct. 15) 2008 Kori Lu (Sept. 22) 2010 Kanani Taaca (Oct. 11)

WAC Offensive Player of the Year 2007 Ambree Ako, F 2008 Taryn Fukuroku, F WAC Defensive Player of the Year 2007 Tehane Higa, D 2008 Nicole Mikula, D WAC Freshman of the Year 1996 Amanda Paterson, GK (Pacific Division) 2002 Natasha Kai, F

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ALL-TIME HONOR ROLL ACADEMIC National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas Academic All-America 2002 Noelle Takemoto, D, Third Team CoSIDA Academic All-America 2004 Joelle Sugai, M, Third Team NSCAA/adidas All-Region Scholar-Athlete 1999 Megan Lytle, M 2001 Wanette Miyashiro, M, Second Team Erin Schremser, D, Third Team 2002 Noelle Takemoto, D, First Team Wanette Miyashiro, M, First Team 2003 Joelle Sugai, M, Third Team NSCAA Scholar-Athlete 1999 Camille Kalama, Megan Lytle Erin Schremser, Leila Wai 2001 Wanette Miyashiro, Erin Schremser Noelle Takemoto CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII 2001 Erin Schremser, D 2003 Joelle Sugai, M, First Team 2004 Joelle Sugai, M, First Team 2005 Emily Rose, D, Second Team 2006 Taryn Fukuroku, F, Second Team Jessica Domingo, M, Third Team 2007 Taryn Fukuroku, F, Third Team Academic All-WAC Team 1996 Nicki Arakawa, Linh Fee, Denise Tsukada 1997 Denise Tsukada 1998 Camille Kalama, Megan Lytle , Valerie Marciel, Leila Wai 1999 Camille Kalama, Megan Lytle, Wanette Miyashiro, Wendy Miyashiro, Erin Schremser, Leila Wai, Lea Wakabayashi Liane Watanabe 2000 Camille Kalama, Megan Lytle, Wanette Miyashiro, Amanda Orand, Demarre Sanchez, Erin Schremser, Noelle Takemoto, Leila Wai, Lea Wakabayashi 2001 Wanette Miyashiro, Erin Schremser, Noelle Takemoto 2002 Wanette Miyashiro, Noelle Takemoto Krystalynn Ontai, Joelle Sugai 2003 Krystalynn Ontai, Joelle Sugai, Kimi Tiampo, Jessica Uecker, Seline Williams 2004 Jessica Domingo, Krystalynn Ontai, Joelle Sugai, Koren Takeyama, Jessica Uecker, Seline Williams, Wendi Young 2005 Gabrielle Bohlman, Jessica Domingo, Natalie Groenewoud, Taryn Fukuroku, Emily Rose, Koren Takeyama, Aimee Watanabe, Lehua Wood 2006 Jessica Domingo, Taryn Fukuroku, 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

2007

2008

2009

2010

Tehane Higa, Kelsie Look, Kristen Oshiro, Koren Takeyama, Lehua Wood Ambree Ako, Larilyn Alota, Jessica Domingo, Taryn Fukuroku, Tehane Higa, Kelsie Look, Kristen Oshiro, Koren Takeyama, Lehua Wood Ambree Ako, Vanessa Bailey, KellieAnne Chang, Taryn Fukuroku, Tehane Higa, Kelsie Look, Kristen Oshiro, Mari Punzal, Kristyn Shapka Ambree Ako, Vanessa Bailey, Britta Bourne, Tiffany Ikeda-Simao, Kelsie Look, Brittani Lum, Mari Punzal, Kristyn Shapka, Julia Siljestrom Rachel Domingo, Tiffany Ikeda-Simao Bree Locquaio, Mari Punzal, Skye Shimabukuro, Christy Watanabe

Academic All-WAC First-Year Team 1997 Megan Lytle, Leila Wai 1999 Amanda Orand 2008 Rachel Domingo, Kaylee Kihara, Brittani Lum 2009 Skye Shimabukuro 2010 Lauren Ho, Karli Look WAC Scholar-Athletes 1997 Lara Anzai, Megan Lytle, Melissa Moore Denise Tsukada, Leila Wai 1998 Carrie Buckingham, Carmel Hurley Megan Lytle, Valerie Marciel, Erin Schremser, Leila Wai, Lea Wakabayashi 1999 Megan Lytle 2000 Malia Beter, Camille Kalama, Megan Lytle, Demarre Sanchez, Leila Wai, Lea Wakabayashi

TOURNAMENTS Western Athletic Conference 1999 Wendy Miyashiro (M), Demarre Sanchez (GK) 2001 Veronica Flores (F), Arlene Devitt (F), Liz Lusk (D), Carmel Hurley (D) 2004 Joelle Sugai (M) 2007 Ambree Ako (F), Taryn Fukuroku (F), Jessica Domingo (M), Koren Takeyama(M) MVP: Chelsea Deptula (D) No Ka ‘Oi Soccer Tournament 1999 Veronica Flores (F), Carmel Hurley (D), Camille Kalama (D), Tiffany Makue (D), Wendy Miyashiro (M), Jennifer Starsiak (F), MVP: Demarre Sanchez (GK) 2000 Demarre Sanchez (GK), Erin Schremser (D), Camille Kalama (D), Tiffany Makue (M), Kalena Eaton (M), Malia Beter (M) 2002 Sasha Araya-Schraner (M), Arlene Devitt (F), Natasha Kai (F), Joelle Sugai (M)

2003 Robyn deHay (F), Natasha Kai (F), Mia Moe (M), Krystalynn Ontai (D), Jessica Uecker (D) 2004 Jessica Domingo (M), Natasha Kai (F), Krystalynn Ontai (D), Koren Takeyama (F) 2005 Koren Takeyama (D), Krisha Kai (D), Natasha Kai (F), Kori Lu (GK) 2006 Ambree Ako (F), Jessica Domingo (M), Koren Takeyama (D), Lehua Wood (D) 2007 Jessica Domingo (M), Tehane Higa (D), Kori Lu (GK), Mari Punzal (M) MVP: Ambree Ako (F) 2008 Ambree Ako (F), Kristen Oshiro (M), Taryn Fukuroku (F) 2010 Kaylee Kihara (M), Karli Look (M), Mari Punzal (M/F) Outrigger Soccer Classic 2002 Arlene Devitt (F), Mia Moe (M), Jessica Uecker (D), Krystalynn Ontai (D) 2003 Mahie Atay (GK), Liz Lusk (D), Jessica Uecker (D), Natalie Groenewoud (M), Robyn deHay (F) MVP: Natasha Kai (F) 2004 Gabrielle Bohlman (M), Robyn deHay (F), Jessica Uecker (D) 2005 Adria Campbell (M), Tehane Higa (D), Krisha Kai (D), Natasha Kai (F) 2006 Kelli-Anne Chang (M), Alexis Choi (M), Taryn Fukuroku (F), Tehane Higa (D) MVP: Jessica Domingo (M) 2007 Alexis Choi (M), Chelsea Deptula (D), Taryn Fukuroku (F), Nicole Mikula (D) MVP: Tehane Higa (D) 2008 Kori Lu (GK), Taryn Fukuroku (F), Chelsea Deptula (D), Nicole Mikula (D), Kristyn Shapka (M) 2009 Ambree Ako (F), Rachel Domingo (M), Mari Punzal (M) 2010 Karli Look (M), Mari Punzal (M/F) OHANA Hotels & Resorts Shootout 2002 Mahie Atay (GK), Natasha Kai (F), Jessica Uecker (D), Krystalynn Ontai (D), Mia Moe (M), Natalie Groenewoud (M) 2005 Gabina Bohlman (M), Jessica Domingo (M), Shawn Higa (D), Kori Lu (GK), Koren Takeyama (D) MVP: Natasha Kai 2006 Kelli-Anne Chang (M), Jessica Domingo (M), Taryn Fukuroku (F), Tehane Higa (D), Kori Lu (GK) 2010 Coleen Burns (D), Chelsea Deptula (D), Rachel Domingo (M), Skye Shimabukuro (F), Kanani Taaca (GK), MVP: Mari Punzal (M/F)

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ALL-TIME HONOR ROLL Outrigger Invitational 2000 Erin Schremser (D), Camille Kalama (D), Tiffany Makue (M), Malia Beter (M), MVP: Arlene Devitt (F) 2006 Taryn Fukuroku (F), Tehane Higa (D), Kori Lu (GK), Kelly McCloskey (D) Outrigger Soccer Festival 2000 Veronica Flores (GK), Erin Schremser (D), Liz Lusk (D), Tiffany Makue (M), Malia Beter (M) 49er Classic 2005 Adria Campbell (F), Tehane Higa (D), Kelly McCloskey (MF) Cal Invitational 2010 Mari Punzal (F), Kaylee Kihara (MF)

TEAM Most Valuable Player 1994 Jodi Makiya 1995 No Award 1996 No Award 1997 Tui Moe 1998 No Award 1999 No Award 2000 No Award 2001 No Award 2002 Mia Moe, Erin Quattromani 2003 Natasha Kai 2004 Natasha Kai 2005 Natasha Kai 2006 Jessica Domingo 2007 Tehane Higa 2008 None 2009 Mari Punzal 2010 None Most Inspirational Player 1994 Jodi Makiya 1995 Oryn Baum 1996 Denise Tsukada 1997 Wendy Miyashiro 1998 Wendy Miyashiro 1999 Wendy Miyashiro 2000 Wanette Miyashiro 2001 Wanette Miyashiro 2002 Erin Chow, Wanette Miyashiro 2003 Krisha Kai 2004 Joelle Sugai 2005 Koren Takeyama 2006 Kelly McCloskey 2007 Koren Takeyama 2008 Taryn Fukuroku 2009 Rachel Domingo 2010 None

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Most Outstanding Striker 1994 Jami Kaneshiro 1995 Laura Anzai 1996 No Award 1997 Tricia Nishikawa 1998 Tricia Nishikawa 1999 Veronica Flores 2000 Veronica Flores 2001 Arlene Devitt 2002 Natasha Kai 2003 Natasha Kai 2004 Natasha Kai 2005 Natasha Kai 2006 Taryn Fukuroku 2007 Ambree Ako 2008 Taryn Fukuroku 2009 Ambree Ako 2010 None Most Outstanding Midfielder 1994 Joni Abel 1995 Jami Kaneshiro 1996 No Award 1997 Jennifer Hamm 1998 Tui Moe 1999 Kammie Aguada 2000 Malia Beter 2001 Joelle Sugai 2002 Joelle Sugai 2003 Mia Moe 2004 Jessica Domingo 2005 Jessica Domingo 2006 Jessica Domingo 2007 Jessica Domingo 2008 Mari Punzal 2009 Mari Punzal 2010 None

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Lindsay Wellnitz No Award Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Demarre Sanchez Jennifer Churchill Mahie Atay No Award Erin Chow Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu Kori Lu None None

Team Captains 1994 Jami Kaneshiro, Jodi Makiya 1995 Oryn Baum, Jami Kaneshiro 1996 N. Arakawa, O. Baum, D. Tsukada 1997 Tui Moe, Denise Tsukada 1998 Wendy Miyashiro, Tui Moe 1999 C. Kalama, We. Miyashiro, L. Wai 2000 C. Kalama, D. Sanchez, L. Wai 2001 V. Flores, E. Schremser, We. Miyashiro 2002 Wa. Miyashiro, K. Ontai, J. Sugai 2003 Krystalynn Ontai, Joelle Sugai 2004 K. Eaton, K. Ontai, J. Sugai 2005 J. Domingo, N. Kai, S. Williams 2006 J. Domingo 2007 J. Domingo, T. Higa 2008 T. Higa, T. Fukuroku 2009 A. Ako, K. Shapka 2010 C. Deptula, M. Punzal

Most Outstanding Defender 1994 Jodi Makiya 1995 Sharon Ige 1996 No Award 1997 Tui Moe 1998 Camille Kalama 1999 Camille Kalama 2000 Carmel Hurley 2001 Carmel Hurley 2002 Krystalynn Ontai, Jessica Uecker 2003 Krystalynn Ontai 2004 Krystalynn Ontai 2005 Koren Takeyama 2006 Tehane Higa 2007 Tehane Higa 2008 Nicole Mikula 2009 Kanani Taaca 2010 None Most Outstanding Goalkeeper 1994 Brandy McKeague

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player (Pos., Uniform #, Hometown/HS/Last School) Abel, Joni (D, #8/16, Tigard, OR/Tigard) Aguada, Kammie (M, #4, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/Iolani) Aiwohi, Brittney (GK, #00, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Sacred Hearts Academy) Ako, Ambree (F, #8, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/ ‘Aiea) Alota, Larilyn (D, #5, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/ Roosevelt) Amaya, Liza (M, #12, Centennial, CO/Cherry Creek) Anzai, Lara (F, #10/15, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Arakawa, Nicki (F, #9, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Araya-Schraner, Sasha (M, #2, San Diego, CA/Mt. Carmel) Asano, Jennifer (M, #20, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani) Atay, Mahie (GK, #00, Wailuku, Maui/Baldwin)

Years 1994-95 1998-99 2006 2006-09 2006-09 2005-06 1994-97 1994-96 2001-04 1994-95 2002-05

GP/GS G A 28/25 3 2 33/17 2 0 See Goalkeeper Stats 77/71 30 21 11/1 0 0 14/4 0 0 57/53 11 5 49/48 12 10 69/21 2 5 29/14 2 1 See Goalkeeper Stats

Pts 8 4

Bailey, Vanessa (M, #15, Northville, MI/Northville) Barnett, Estrella (M, #24, Princeville, Kaua‘i/Kapa‘a) Baum, Oryn (D, #21, Haleiwa, O‘ahu/Waialua) Beruan, Jennifer (M/F, #23, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/‘Aiea) Beter, Malia (D, #21, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani) Bohlman, Gabrielle (M/F, #25, San Anselmo, CA/Sir Francis Drake) Bourne, Britta (F #24, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Montana) Brauher, Elizabeth (M, #4, Kurtistown, Hawai‘i/Waiakea) Buckingham, Carrie (M, #17, Ben Lomond, CA/San Lorenzo Valley/DeAnza JC) Burns, Colleen (D, #14, Coronado, CA/Coronado)

2006-09 2001 1994-96 1998 1997-2000 2004-05 2009 2005 1996-97 2008-10

59/8 1/0 40/40 2/0 75/52 33/32 18/17 5/2 17/6 47/35

14 0 4 0 9 16 23 0 0 4

Calpo, Carmen (F, #10, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Campbell, Adria (M/F, #3, Kailua, O‘ahu/Punahou/SMU) Cedillos, Nani (GK, #00, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kaiser) Chaffin, Ashley (D, #17, Elk Grove, CA/St. Francis) Chang, Kelli-Anne (M, #7, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/‘Aiea) Chavez, Ashley (MF, #6, Los Angeles, CA / Marymount HS Choi, Alexis (M, #20, Wahiawa, O‘ahu/Mililani) Chow, Erin (GK, #0, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Moanalua) Chun, Emily (F/D, #18, Portland, OR/Wilson) Churchill, Jennifer (GK, #1, Gilroy, CA/Live Oak/DeAnza JC) Cohen, Aimee (F, #11, Penngrove, CA/Rancho Cotate) Cook, Amy (M, #8, Agoura Hills, CA/Orange Coast College) Cornett, K.C. (M/F, #6, Edmond, OK/Edmond Memorial) Costa, Nicole (M, #2, Fremont, CA/Mission San Jose/Ohlone JC)

2002 2005 1995 2002-05 2005-08 2010 2005-08 2001-04 2006 2001-2002 2005 1994 1999-2000 1999-2000

20/18 4 6 18/17 4 10 See Goalkeeper Stats 14/3 0 0 72/37 18 6 2/0 0 0 68/54 3 7 See Goalkeeper Stats 15/5 0 1 See Goalkeeper Stats 7/6 0 0 8/1 0 0 31/3 4 2 13/1 0 0

14 18

Daite, Raenelle (D, #19, Ewa Beach, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Dasher, Dawn (F, #12, Lakeside, CA/El Capitan) deHay, Robyn (F, #3, Haleiwa, O‘ahu/Kamehameha/Stanford) Deptula, Chelsea (D, #9, Mililani, O‘ahu/Punahou School) Devitt, Arlene (F, #16, Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i/Kapa‘a) Domingo, Jessica (M, #26, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Domingo, Rachel (M, #21, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Roosevelt)

1996-1997 1997-2000 2003-04 2007-10 2000-03 2004-07 2008-10

3/0 73/43 37/35 79/78 66/61 76/73 37/20

0 24 26 29 96 27 8

Eaton, Kalena (M, #20, Kahului, Maui/Baldwin) Edwards, Michelle (D, #13, Fremont, CA/Mission San Jose/Ohlone JC) Ehrett, Kristina (GK, #1, Brookfield, WI/Brookfield East) Eldredge, Denise (#7, M, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Punahou) Estler, Patricia (GK, #23, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Sacred Hearts Academy) Euers, Laura (M, #23, Churchpoint, Australia/Brigidine College)

2000, ’02-04 1999 2009-10 1995 1994 2007-10

76/34 6 5 2/0 0 0 See Goalkeeper Stats 11/10 0 1 See Goalkeeper Stats 10/0 0 1

17 0

Fee, Linh (D, #2, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Flores, Veronica (F/GK, #9, Mount Vernon, WA/Mount Vernon)

1994-96 1998-2001

0 47

Fong, Pam (F, #22, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Fresquez, Crystal (M/D, #25, Downey, Calif. / Downey HS) Fuentes, Priscilla (M, #18, Los Angeles/Bishop Montgomery) Fukuroku, Taryn (M/F, #2, Wailuku, Maui/Maui) Fukushima, Doreen (GK, #33, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/Mid-Pacific Institute)

2001-04 2010 1994 2005-08 2000

42/4 0 0 72/40 17 13 See Goalkeeper Stats 67/10 5 3 19/12 0 0 2/0 0 0 82/64 27 19 See Goalkeeper Stats

Gabriel, Tarra (D, #26, Honolulu, O’ahu / Kamehameha) Garcia, Briana (M, #5, Phoenix, AZ / Phoenix College) Gonzales, Rachael (M, #13, Kailua, O‘ahu/Kailua) Goo, Chelsea (M, #22, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani) Groenewoud, Natalie (M, #6, N. Vancouver, Canada/Handsworth Sec.) Gusman, Caycie (F, #3, Honolulu, O’ahu / Rutgers University)

2010 2010 2004 2009-10 2001-03, ‘05 2010

8-3 1/0 1/0 26/2 82/66 11/2

0 0 0 0 6 0

0 1 0 0 8 0

0 1 0 0 20 0

Hagan (Rowe), Tasha (F, #8, Boulder City, NV/Boulder City) Hamm, Jennifer (F, #9, Albuquerque, NM/Sandia) Heidal, Regina (F, #23, Federal Way, WA/Decatur)

2001-03 1997 1995

14/0 15/15 9/0

3 3 3

0 3 0

6 9 6

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0 8 7 13 36 5 3

2 0 0 0 3 6 3 0 0 2

0 8 12 3 24 17 2

81 0 0 27 34 9 5

0 42 0 13 1 0 0 10 0

1 1

13 0 0 73

ALL-TIME NUMERICAL ROSTER 00 Brittney Aiwohi (2006) Mahie Atay (2002-04) Nani Cedillos (1995) Nicole McClure (2007) Amanda Paterson (1996) Demarre Sanchez (1997-2000) Kanani Taaca (2009-10) 0 Erin Chow (2001-04) Nicole McClure (2007-08) 1 Jennifer Churchill (2001-02) Kristina Ehrett (2009-10) Kori Lu (2005-08) Brandy McKeague (1994-95) Heather Mendez (1997) Dana Ong (2000) Amanda Paterson (1997-98) Stephanie Pearson (1999) Lindsay Wellnitz (1995) Hina Williamson (1995-96) 2 Sasha Araya-Schraner (2001-04) Nicole Costa (1999-2000) Linh Fee (1994-96) Taryn Fukuroku (2005-08) Jessica Marote (2009-10) Helene Miura (1998) 3 Adria Campbell (2005) Robyn deHay (2003-04) Caycie Gusman (2010) Carmel Hurley (1997, 1999-2001) Erin Quattromani (2002) 4 Kammie Aguada (1998-99) Elizabeth Brauher (2005) Brittani Lum (2008-10) Liz Lusk (2000-01, ‘03-04) Dayna Omiya (2006) 5 Larilyn Alota (2006-09) Briana Garcia (2010) Sharon Ige (1994-96) Natasha Kai (2002-05) Leila Wai (1997-2000) 6 Ashley Chavez (2010) K.C. Cornett (1999-2000) Natalie Groenewoud (2001-03, ‘05) Cory Perry (1995-96) Melissa Philbrook (1997-98) Julia Siljestrom (2006-09) 7 Kelli-Anne Chang (2005-08) Denise Eldredge (1995) Tricia Nishikawa (1996-98) Amanda Orand (1999-2000) Skye Shimabukuro (2009-10) Wendi Young (2001-04)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player (Pos., Uniform #, Hometown/HS/Last School) Higa, Shawn (M/D, #14, Wahiawa, O‘ahu/Leilehua) Higa, Tehane (D, #22, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/‘Aiea) Ho, Lauren (M/F, #24, Kailua, O`ahu / University of Washington) Hurley, Carmel (D, #3, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu/Kamehameha)

Years GP/GS 2004-07 60/33 2005-08 72/58 2010 19/14 1997, 1999-2001 75/57

G 0 8 1 3

A 4 3 1 4

Pts 4 19 3 10

Ige, Sharon (D, #5, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Ikeda-Simao, Tiffany (M, #16, Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i/Kaua‘i)

1994-96 2008-10

48/47 33/17

0 0

1 1

1 1

Joiner, Ali (D, #25, Boulder, CO/Alexander Dawson)

2003

3/0

0

0

0

Kai, Krisha (F, #10, Kahuku, O‘ahu/Kahuku) Kai, Natasha (F, #5, Kahuku, O‘ahu/Kahuku) Kalama, Camille (D, #18, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Kamakura, Nikki (F, #22, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Moanalua) Kaneshiro, Jami (F, #12, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Keahiolalo, Kimela (GK, #30, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Keohen, Kelly (M, #11, Claremont, CA/Claremont) Kihara, Kaylee (M, #18, Kula, Maui/King Kekaulike)

2003-05 2002-05 1998-2000 1998 1994-95 1999 1998-2000 2008-10

43/14 6 1 13 72/66 72 18 162 56/48 3 2 8 17/0 3 1 7 29/29 5 3 13 See Goalkeeper Stats 41/1 4 3 11 49/32 0 2 2

Lamebull, Melissa (F, #18, Anchorage, AK/East Anchorage) Larson, Lindsay (M, #23, Sand Point, ID/Sand Point/Idaho) Locquiao, Bree (M, #10, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani) Look, Karli (M, #17, Honolulu, Hawai’i / Punahou School) Look, Kelsie (M, #17, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Punahou) Lu, Kori (GK, #1, San Clemente, CA/Santa Margarita) Lum, Brittani (D, #4, Folsom, CA/St. Francis) Lusk, Liz (D/GK, #4, San Diego, CA/El Capitan)

1995-97 2000 2009-10 2010 2006-09 2005-08 2008-10 2000-01, ’03-04

Lytle, Megan (M, #8, Sutton, MA/Sutton)

1997-2000

8/0 0 0 4/0 0 0 14/3 1 0 20/20 0 1 63/19 1 5 See Goalkeeper Stats 58/57 3 2 81/63 5 5 See Goalkeeper Stats 78/77 6 14

Makepa-Foley, Emma (F/D, #11, Koloa, Kaua‘i/Kaua‘i) Makiya, Jodi (D, #3, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kaiser) Makue, Tiffany (M, #15, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Mamitsuka, Aimee (M, #13, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Marciel, Valerie (F/D, #13, Makawao, Maui/Maui) Marote, Jessica (F, #2, Hilo, Hawai‘i/Kamehameha-Hawai‘i) Maughan, Mallory (M/F, #18, Granite Bay, CA/Granite Bay) McCloskey, Kelly (M/D, #21, Santa Cruz, CA/Aptos) McClure, Nicole (GK, #0, Jamaica, NY/Cardoza) McKeague, Brandy (GK, #25, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani) Medeiros, Tia (M, #18, Kahului, Maui/Baldwin) Mendez, Heather (F, #2, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu/Wai‘anae) Mikula, Nicole (D, #10, Richboro, PA/Council Rock North Miura, Helene (M, #2, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu/Waianae) Miyake, Chelsea (D, #8, Mililani, O’ahu / Mililani HS) Miyashiro, Wanette (M, #19, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/‘Aiea) Miyashiro, Wendy (M, #20, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/‘Aiea) Moe, Mia (M, #13, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Punahou/Loyola Marymount) Moe, Tui (M, #16, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Punahou) Moore, Melissa (M, #15, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Hawai‘i Baptist/Loyola Marymount) Murata, Taryn (M, #1, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani) Musser, Shauna (M, #11, Scottsdale, AZ)

2006-07 1994 1999-2001 1994-96 1996-98 2009-10 2007 2002, ’04-06 2007-08 1994-95 2001-04 1997 2007-08 1998 2010 1999-2002 1996-99 2002-03 1995-98 1995-97 2000-’02 2009

27/7 3 2 11/11 0 0 55/41 3 10 27/8 0 0 52/35 0 4 3/1 0 0 9/0 1 0 58/37 3 4 See Goalkeeper Stats See Goalkeeper Stats 69/20 2 2 4/0 1 0 41/41 4 7 4/0 0 0 14/11 0 0 75/62 2 6 78/58 5 10 31/31 4 6 74/72 8 4 56/42 5 2 18/0 0 1 15/10 0 0

6 2 15 0 0 10 20 14 20 12 1 0

Nagano, Saaeko (M, #19, Okayama, Japan / Okayama Hosen HS) Nagareda, Blythe (M, #6, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Nakasone, Michelle (M, #20, Wahiawa, O‘ahu/Leilehua) Nana, Erika “Storm” (D, #15, Waipahu, O’ahu / Iolani School) Nishikawa, Tricia (F, #7, Mililani, O‘ahu/Mililani/Hawai‘i Pacific) Norr, Brandy (F, #23, Kailua, O‘ahu/Kaiser)

2010 1994 2009-10 2010 1996-98 1997

17/9 10/0 18/0 1/0 56/52 10/0

2 0 0 0 36 0

Oda, Terri (#19, M, Honolulu, O‘ahu/McKinley) Omiya, Dayna (#4, M, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Gonzaga) Ong, Dana (GK, #1, Waipahu, O‘ahu/Pearl City/Pacific University) Ontai, Krystalynn (D, #12, Mililani, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Orand, Amanda (M/F, #7, Salem, OR/South Salem) Oshiro, Kristen (M, #27, San Diego, CA/Mira Mesa)

1994 2006 2000 2001-04 1999-2000 2005-08

3/0 0 0 4/1 0 0 See Goalkeeper Stats 77/75 1 8 29/3 0 0 58/50 2 6

Paresa, Poliala (M, #14, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Paterson, Amanda (GK, #00, #1, Sydney, Australia/Caringbah) Pearson, Stephanie (GK, #1, Los Gatos, CA/Los Gatos) Perry, Cory (D, #6, Burke, VA/Lake Braddock/George Mason) Philbrook, Melissa (D, #6, Sutton, MA/Sutton) Punzal, Mari (M, #12, Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i/Kamehameha)

1994-97 1996-98 1999 1995-1996 1997-98 2007-10

68/54 4 3 See Goalkeeper Stats See Goalkeeper Stats 38/30 0 1 18/0 0 0 71/71 11 10

42

1 0 0 0 15 0

0 0 0 0 6 0

0 0 2 1 7 8 15 26 8 0 16 0 4 0 2 10

0 0 10 0 10 11

0 0 32

8 Joni Abel (1995) Ambree Ako (2006-09) Amy Cook (1994) Tasha (Rowe) Hagan (2001-03) Megan Lytle (1997-2000) Chelsea Miyake (2010) Emily Rose (2004-05) 9 Nicki Arakawa (1994-96) Chelsea Deptula (2007-10) Veronica Flores (1998-2001) Jennifer Hamm (1997) Seline Williams (2002-04) 10 Lara Anzai (1994-97) Carmen Calpo (2002) Krisha Kai (2003-05) Bree Locquiao (2009-10) Nicole Mikula (2007-08) Jennifer Starsiak (1998-2001) Jill Teruya (1994) 11 Aimee Cohen (2005) Kelly Keohen (1998-2000) Emma Makepa-Foley (2006-07) Shauna Musser (2009) Joelle Sugai (2001-04) Denise Tsukada (1994-97) 12 Liza Amaya (2005-06) Dawn Dasher (1997-2000) Jami Kaneshiro (1994-95) Krystalynn Ontai (2001-04) Mari Punzal (2007-10) 13 Michelle Edwards (1999) Rachael Gonzales (2004) Aimee Mamitsuka (1994-96) Valerie Marciel (1996-98) Mia Moe (2002-03) Aimee Watanabe (2005-07) Christy Watanabe (2009-10) Maris van der Lee (2008) 14 Colleen Burns (2008-10) Shawn Higa (2004-07) Taryn Murata (2000-02) Poliala Paresa (1994-97) Liane Watanabe (1998-99) 15 Vanessa Bailey (2006-08) Tiffany Makue (1999-2001) Melissa Moore (1995-97) Erika ‘Storm” Nana (2010) Kimi Tiampo (2003, ‘05) 16 Joni Abel (1994) Arlene Devitt (2000-03) Tiffany Ikeda-Simao (2008-10) Tui Moe (1995-98) Lehua Wood (2004-07) 17 Carrie Buckingham (1996-97) Ashley Chaffin (2002-05) Karli Look (2010) Kelsie Look (2006-09) Erin Schremser (1998-2001) Stacy Shanning (1995) 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


ALL-TIME ROSTER Player (Pos., Uniform #, Hometown/HS/Last School) Quattromani, Erin (M, #3, St. Louis, MO/Lindbergh/Stanford)

Years 2002

GP/GS 18/11

G 4

A 9

Pts 17

Rose, Emily (D, #8, Petaluma, CA/Laramie/Santa Rosa JC)

2004-05

18/4

0

0

0

Sanchez, Demarre (GK, #00, Albuquerque, NM/Eldorado) Schremser, Erin (D, #17, Kingston, WA/Central Kitsap) Scott, Jessica (F, #27, Spokane, WA/Gonzaga Preparatory) Shanning, Stacy (F, #17, Liverpool, NY/Liverpool) Shapka, Kristyn (M, #25, St. Albert, Alberta, Canada/Montana) Shimabukuro, Skye (F, #7, Kalaheo, Kaua‘i/Kaua‘i) Siljestrom, Julia (D, #6, Cocoa Beach, FL/Satellite Beach) Simbahon, Alyssa (D, #27, Kapolei, O‘ahu / University of San Francisco) Starsiak, Jennifer (F, #10, Quincy, MA/Notre Dame Academy) Sugai, Joelle (M, #11, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/‘Aiea)

1997-2000 1998-2001 2004 1995 2008-09 2009-10 2006-09 2009-10 1998-2001 2001-04

See Goalkeeper Stats 77/73 2 6 1/0 0 0 17/2 0 2 38/34 2 1 36/12 3 1 37/4 0 2 14/3 0 0 78/71 18 11 81/81 2 19

Taaca, Kanani (GK), #00, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Tabar, Carla (M, #7, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Takazono, Cindy (GK, #21, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Takemoto, Noelle (D, #25, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Punahou) Takeyama, Koren (F/M/D, #19, Wailuku, Maui/Baldwin) Teruya, Jill (#10, D, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Thompson, Tiffany (F, #27, Grand Junction, CO/Grand Junction/Mesa State) Tiampo, Kimi (M/GK, #15, Irvine, CA/Irvine/Seton Hall)

2009-10 1994 1994 1999-2002 2004-07 1994 1999 2003, ‘05

1 25 0 0 2

Toyama, Jodie (M, #25, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/Portland) Tsukada, Denise (D, #11, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Mid-Pacific Institute)

2006 1994-97

See Goalkeeper Stats 11/8 0 0 See Goalkeeper Stats 47/21 0 1 79/76 7 11 4/0 0 0 1/0 0 0 17/1 0 2 See Goalkeeper Stats 4/1 0 0 59/59 2 1

Uecker, Jessica (D, #23, Rapid City, SD/Rapid City Stevens/South Carolina)

2002-04

61/59

5

Wai, Leila (M/D, #5, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kaiser) Wakabayashi, Lea (M/F, #24, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Watanabe, Aimee (M, #13, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle/Western Oregon) Watanabe, Christy (M, #13, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Roosevelt HS) Watanabe, Liane (M, #14, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle) Wellnitz, Lindsay (GK, #1, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Moanalua) Williams, Seline (M/D, #9, Mililani, O‘ahu/Kamehameha) Williamson, Hina (GK, #1, Kapolei, O‘ahu/Iolani) Wood, Lehua (D, #16, Honolulu, O‘ahu/Kamehameha)

1997-2000 1997-2000 2005-07 2009-10 1998-99 1995 2002-04 1995-96 2004-07

71/26 1 1 48/7 2 2 26/8 0 2 19/1 0 0 20/1 0 2 See Goalkeeper Stats 55/24 0 4 See Goalkeeper Stats 64/51 0 3

3 6 2 0 2

Yamamoto, Mandy (M,#26, Pearl City, O‘ahu/Pearl City) Yates, Jizelle (D, #24, Kailua-Kona, Hawai‘i/Hawai‘i Prep) Young, Wendi (F, #7, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Hawai‘i Baptist)

1999 2002-04 2001-04

2/0 7/0 11/0

0 0 3

GOALKEEPER STATISTICS Player Brittney Aiwohi Mahie Atay Nani Cedillos Erin Chow Jennifer Churchill Chelsea Deptula Kristina Ehrett Patricia Estler Veronica Flores Doreen Fukushima Kimela Keahiolalo Kori Lu Liz Lusk Nicole McClure Brandy McKeague Dana Ong Amanda Paterson Stephanie Pearson Demarre Sanchez Kanani Taaca Cindy Takazono Kimi Tiampo Lindsay Wellnitz Hina Williamson

GP/GS 4/0 54/45 9/6 32/18 26/20 2/2 16-7 8/6 5/3 1/0 1/0 80/78 3/2 16/2 7/7 1/0 47/40 8/4 55/47 33/29 2/0 1/0 14/9 4/3

Saves 1 221 44 68 110 0 51 27 27 1 2 239 12 26 38 2 238 16 302 109 2 1 50 10

Minutes 84:52 4116:45 542:50 1872:43 1953:29 5:11 964:16 576:00 376:21 17:28 70:00 6476:10 125:40 687:43 552:00 45:38 3738:01 342:00 4290:12 2671:50 92:00 27:18 859:28 287:42

GA 2 50 17 25 36 0 24 10 7 0 0 89 3 9 15 2 79 3 63 58 1 0 21 6

GAA 2.12 1.09 2.82 1.20 1.66 0.00 2.24 1.56 1.67 0.00 0.00 1.11 2.15 1.24 2.45 3.94 1.90 0.79 1.32 1.95 0.98 0.00 2.20 1.88

SO 0 9 1 7 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 13 0 3 1 0 7 1 10 4 0 0 0 1

0

0 0 1

5

0 0 1

10 0 2 5 7 2 0 47 23

0

0 4

4 3

Record 0-0-0 24-17-6 1-5-0 9-8-1 12-7-0 0-0-0 3-6-1 2-4-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 34-28-10 0-1-0 6-1-0 3-4-0 0-0-0 14-24-2 3-0-0 21-22-5 6-19-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-5-2 1-2-0

18 Emily Chun (2006) Priscilla Fuentes (1994) Camille Kalama (1998-2000) Kaylee Kihara (2008-10) Melissa Lamebull (1995-97) Mallory Maughan (2007) Tia Medeiros (2001-04) 19 Raenelle Daite (1997) Wanette Miyashiro (1999-2002) Saaeko Nagano (2010) Terri Oda (1994) Koren Takeyama (2004-07) 20 Jennifer Asano (1994-95) Alexis Choi (2005-08) Kalena Eaton (2000, ‘02-04) Wendy Miyashiro (1996-99) Michelle Nakasone (2009-10) 21 Oryn Baum (1994-96) Malia Beter (1997-2000) Rachel Domingo (2008-10) Kelly McCloskey (2002, ‘04-06) Cindy Takazono (1994) 22 Pam Fong (2001-04) Chelsea Goo (2009-10) Tehane Higa (2005-08) Yvette Ikari (1995) Nikki Kamakura (1998) 23 Jennifer Beruan (1998) Laura Euers (2007-10) Regina Heidal (1995) Lindsay Larson (2000) Brandy Norr (1997) Jessica Uecker (2002-04) 24 Estrella Barnett (2001) Britta Bourne (2009) Lauren Ho (2010) Lea Wakabayashi (1997-2000) Jizelle Yates (2002-04) 25 Gabrielle Bohlman (2004-05) Crystal Fresquez (2010) Ali Joiner (2003) Brandy McKeague (1994-95) Kristyn Shapka (2008-09) Noelle Takemoto (1999-2002) Jodie Toyama (2006) 26 Jessica Domingo (2004-07) Tarra Gabriel (2010) Mandy Yamamoto (1999) 27 Kristen Oshiro (2005-08) Jessica Scott (2004) Alyssa Simbahon (2009-10) Tiffany Thompson (1999) 30 Kimela Keahiolalo (1999) 33 Doreen Fukushima (2000)

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GEOGRAPHIC ROSTER In its 17 years of existence, the University of Hawai‘i Rainbow Wahine soccer program has sported one of the most geographically diverse rosters around. While the majority of players are homegrown Hawai‘i products, the UH recruiting network has stretched throughout the mainland with players from 20 different states, representing nearly every region of the country. Players from Australia, Canada and Japan have also graced the Rainbow Wahine roster. The following is a list of states represented by UH’s all-time letterwinners, followed by the number of players from each state. Alaska (1) Melissa Lamebull (Anchorage) Arizona (2) Briana Garcia (Phoenix) Shauna Musser (Scottsdale) California (25) Sasha Araya-Schraner (San Diego) Gabrielle Bohlman (San Anselmo) Carrie Buckingham (Ben Lomond) Colleen Burns (Coronado) Ashley Chaffin (Elk Grove) Ashley Chavez (Los Angeles) Jennifer Churchill (Gilroy) Aimee Cohen (Penngrove) Amy Cook (Agoura Hills) Nicole Costa (Fremont) Dawn Dasher (Lakeside) Michelle Edwards (Fremont) Crystal Fresquez (Downey) Priscilla Fuentes (Los Angeles) Kelly Keohen (Claremont) Kori Lu (San Clemente) Brittani Lum (Folsom) Liz Lusk (San Diego) Mallory Maughan (Granite Bay) Kelly McCloskey (Santa Cruz) Kristen Oshiro (San Diego) Stephanie Pearson (Los Gatos) Emily Rose (Petaluma) Kimi Tiampo (Irvine) Colorado (3) Lisa Amaya (Centennial) Ali Joiner (Boulder) Tiffany Thompson (Grand Junction) Hawai‘i (101) O‘ahu (87) Kammie Aguada (‘Aiea) Brittney Aiwohi (Honolulu) Ambree Ako (‘Aiea) Larilyn Alota (‘Aiea) Lara Anzai (Pearl City) Nicki Arakawa (Pearl City) Jennifer Asano (Mililani) Oryn Baum (Hale‘iwa) Jennifer Beruan (‘Aiea) Maila Beter (Mililani) Carmen Calpo (Wai‘anae) Adria Campbell (Kailua) Nani Cedillos (Honolulu) Kelli-Anne Chang (‘Aiea) Alexis Choi (Wahiawa) Erin Chow (Honolulu) Raenell Daite (Ewa Beach) Robyn deHay (Hale‘iwa) Chelsea Deptula (Mililani) Jessica Domingo (Honolulu) 44

Rachel Domingo (Honolulu) Denise Eldredge (Honolulu) Patricia Estler (Honolulu) Linh Fee (Kane‘ohe) Pam Fong (Pearl City) Doreen Fukushima (‘Aiea) Tarra Gabriel (Honolulu) Rachael Gonzales (Kailua) Chelsey Goo (Mililani) Caycie Gusman (Honolulu) Shawn Higa (Wahiawa) Tehane Higa (‘Aiea) Lauren Ho (Kailua) Carmel Hurley (Wai‘anae) Sharon Ige (Kane‘ohe) Krisha Kai (Kahuku) Natasha Kai (Kahuku) Camille Kalama (Honolulu) Nikki Kamakura (Honolulu) Jami Kaneshiro (Kane‘ohe) Kimela Keahiolalo (Honolulu) Karli Look (Honolulu) Kelsie Look (Honolulu) Bree Locquiao (Millilani) Jodi Makiya (Honolulu) Tiffany Makue (Pearl City) Aimee Mamitsuka (Kane‘ohe) Brandy McKeague (Mililani) Heather Mendez (Wai‘anae) Helen Miura (Wai‘anae) Chelsea Miyake (Mililani) Wanette Miyashiro (‘Aiea) Wendy Miyashiro (‘Aiea) Mia Moe (Honolulu) Tui Moe (Honolulu) Melissa Moore (Honolulu) Taryn Murata (Mililani) Blythe Nagareda (Kane‘ohe) Michelle Nakasone (Wahiawa) Erika “Storm” Nana (Waipahu) Tricia Nishikawa (Mililani) Brandy Norr (Kailua) Terri Oda (Honolulu) Dayna Omiya (Pearl City) Dana Ong (Waipahu) Krystalynn Ontai (Mililani) Poliala Poresa (Honolulu) Alyssa Simbahon (Kapolei) Joelle Sugai (‘Aiea) Kanani Taaca (Wai‘anae) Carla Tabar (Kane‘ohe) Cindy Takazono (Kane‘ohe)

Missouri (1) Erin Quattromani (St. Louis)

Noelle Takemoto (Honolulu) Jill Teruya (Kane‘ohe) Jodie Toyama (‘Aiea) Denise Tsukada (Honolulu) Leila Wai (Honolulu) Lea Wakabayashi (Pearl City) Aimee Watanabe (Kane‘ohe) Christy Watanabe (Honolulu) Liane Watanabe (Kane‘ohe) Lindsay Wellnitz (Honolulu) Seline Williams (Mililani) Hina Williamson (Kapolei) Lehua Wood (Honolulu) Mandy Yamamoto (Pearl City) Wendi Young (Kane‘ohe)

Nevada (1) Tasha (Rowe) Hagan (Boulder City) New Mexico (2) Jennifer Hamm (Albuquerque) Demarre Sanchez (Albuquerque) New York (2) Nicole McClure (Jamaica) Stacy Shanning (Liverpool) Oklahoma (1) K.C. Cornett (Edmond)

Kaua‘i (5) Estrella Barnett (Princeville) Arlene Devitt (Kapa‘a) Tiffany Ikeda-Simao (Līhu‘e) Emma Makepa-Foley (Koloa) Mari Punzal (Kapa‘a) Skye Shimabukuro (Kalaheo)

Oregon (3) Joni Abel (Tigard) Emily Chun (Portland) Amanda Orand (Salem) Pennsylvania (1) Nicole Mikula (Richboro)

Maui (7) Mahie Atay (Wailuku) Kalena Eaton (Kahului) Taryn Fukuroku (Wailuku) Kaylee Kihara (Kula) Valerie Marciel (Makawao) Tia Medeiros (Kahului) Koren Takeyama (Wailuku)

South Dakota (1) Jessica Uecker (Rapid City) Virginia (1) Cory Perry (Burke) Washington (4) Veroncia Flores (Mt. Vernon) Regina Heidal (Federal Way) Erin Schremser (Kingston) Jessica Scott (Spokane)

Hawai‘i (3) Elizabeth Brauher (Kurtistown) Jessica Marote (Hilo) Jizelle Yates (Kailua-Kona)

Wisconsin (1) Kristina Ehrett (Brookfield)

Florida (1) Julia Siljestrom (Cocoa Beach)

FOREIGN COUNTRIES Australia (2) Laura Euers (Church Point) Amanda Paterson (Sydney)

Idaho (1) Lindsay Larson (Sand Point) Massachusetts (3) Megan Lytle (Sutton) Melissa Philbrook (Sutton) Jennifer Starsiak (Quincy)

Canada (2) Natalie Groenewoud (N. Vancouver) Kristyn Shapka (St. Albert, Alberta)

Michigan (1) Vanessa Bailey (Northville)

Japan (1) Saaeko Nagano (Okayama)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

1994

1997

5-6 INDEPENDENT

SS 3 %! Hawai‘i Pacific W 2-0 S 4 %! Kaua‘i Select W 1-0 S 5 %! Maui Select W 1-0 S 10 at San Francisco L 0-3 S 12 at Sacramento State W 1-0 S 13 at Pacific (OT) W 1-0 S 15 # at New Mexico L 1-3 S 16 # vs. UCLA (OT) L 0-1 S 18 # vs. Washington State L 0-2 O 8 % Hawai‘i Pacific W 3-2 O 31 at UC Santa Barbara L 1-2 N 2 at Loyola Marymount W 4-2 N 3 at Cal Poly-SLO L 0-6 N 5 at USC W 2-0 N 6 at Cal State Fullerton W 2-1 ! Rainbow Wahine Soccer Festival (Honolulu, O‘ahu) # Mama Lena’s/Tomato Cafe Soccer Showcase (Albuquerque, NM) % exhibition

1995

3-13-2 INDEPENDENT

S2 ! UC Irvine S 4 ! St. Mary’s (CA) S 9 at San Francisco S 12 at Sacramento State S 13 at Pacific S 15 at San Jose State S 23 vs. Utah (OT) S 26 at Loyola Marymount (OT) S 27 at UC Irvine S 29 at San Diego State O 6 # Montana O 7 # Loyola Marymount O 10 Hawai‘i Pacific O 22 at Oregon State O 24 at Gonzaga O 25 at Montana O 27 at Washington State N 5 San Francisco ! Soccerama Wahine Festival (Honolulu, O‘ahu) # Discoverer’s Day Shootout (Honolulu, O‘ahu)

1996

L L L W L L T T L L L L W L W L L L

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

4-14-2 0-4-1 WAC (6th)

$ No Ka ‘Oi Tournament (Honolulu, O‘ahu) A 30 ! #5 Stanford L S1 ! #8 Maryland L S3 ! St. Mary’s (CA) (OT) L S 15 at Cal State Fullerton L S 17 at USC L S 19 at Pepperdine L S 22 at UCLA L O2 at San Francisco (OT) T O3 vs. Weber State W O5 at Sacramento State (OT) W O6 at Pacific L O 11 * San Jose State L O 13 * Fresno State (OT) T O 18 * San Diego State L O 20 Hawai‘i Pacific W O 24 * at Utah L O 26 * at #20 Brigham Young L O 29 at Colorado College L O 31 at Air Force (OT) L N2 7 at Colorado W ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Soccer Festival (Honolulu,) * Western Athletic Conference match

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

A 29 ! St. Mary’s (CA) L A 31 ! Sacramento State W S 1 ! Auburn T S 12 # Pacific W S 14 # TCU W S 17 at Cal State Fullerton L S 19 at Cal State Northridge L S 20 at Loyola Marymount L S 25 $ Colorado College W S 26 $ Pepperdine L O 3 at UC Santa Barbara W O 5 at CS Dominguez Hills W O 9 * Utah L O 11 * #11 Brigham Young L O 17 * at San Diego State L O 19 at UC San Diego L O 24 * at San Jose State L O 26 * at Fresno State L O 28 at San Francisco L N 2 Hawai‘i Pacific W ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Soccer Festival (Honolulu,) # Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Shootout (Honolulu) $ Outrigger Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu)

1998

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

2-0 4-1 2-0 2-1 2-0 3-1 1-2 3-2 1-4 0-7 1-4 0-1 1-2 3-0 3-0 1-3 2-0 1-0

* Western Athletic Conference match S 3 # Hawaii Pacific W S 5 # St. Mary’s (CA) L S 9 ! #18 Stanford L S 11 ! Weber State W S 13 ! San Francisco (2 OT) T S 17 Oral Roberts W S 24 at Portland State W S 26 at Portland L O 1 $ at Sacramento State L O 3 $ vs. Eastern Washington W O 8 * at Fresno State L O 10 * at San Jose State W O 11 at Cal State Hayward W O 15 * Tulsa W O 17 * UTEP W O 22 * #24 at SMU L O 24 * at TCU W O 25 at Texas Wesleyan W O 29 Hawai‘i Pacific W N 4 % #21 at SMU (3OT) L # Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Soccer Opener (Honolulu) ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Shootout (Honolulu) $ Sacramento State Tournament (Sacramento, CA) * Western Athletic Conference match % WAC Championships (Dallas, TX)

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

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

10-10 5-3 WAC (T2nd)

* Western Athletic Conference match A 31 Sacramento State (OT) S 7 at Idaho (OT) S 9 at Gonzaga S 10 at E. Washington (OT) S 22 Cal State Northridge S 28 at St. Mary’s (CA) S 30 at Sacramento State O 1 at #6 California O 12 * at Tulsa O 14 * at Rice (OT) O 15 at Stephen F. Austin O 19 * UTEP O 21 * SMU O 26 * at Boise State O 28 * at Nevada N 1 * San Jose State (OT) N 3 * Fresno State* N 7 % Boise State N 8 % Rice N 10 % at SMU * WAC match % WAC Championships (Dallas, TX)

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

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

A 30 # UAB (2OT) T S 1 # Wyoming W S 6 at Oregon State L S 8 at UC Riverside L S 14 ! San Francisco L S 15 ! #5 UCLA L S 19 $ Long Island W S 23 $ Long Beach State (2OT) T S 27 Weber State L S 29 Weber State W O 11 * Tulsa W O 13 * Rice W O 18 * at UTEP L O 20 * at SMU L O 21 at TCU (OT) W O 25 * Boise State W O 27 * Nevada W N 1 * at San Jose State W N 3 * at Fresno State (OT) W N 7 % at Rice L # OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) $ OHANA Hotels & Resorts Shootout (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match % WAC Championships (Houston, TX)

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

2002

12-7-1 4-2 WAC (T2nd)

5-12-3 1-4-2 WAC (7th)

A 25 ! Boise State (2OT) T A 27 ! Wyoming W S 1 # Northern Arizona W S 3 # Oregon State L S 8 at Pepperdine L S 10 at UC Santa Barbara L S 15 $ Arkansas L S 17 $ Loyola Marymount L S 22 at Cal State Fullerton L S 24 at Cal State Northridge L S 28 * San Jose State (2OT) T O 1 * at Fresno State L O 6 Central Washington W O 8 * Nevada W O 13 * at UTEP L O 16 * at Tulsa L O 17 at Oral Roberts L O 19 * TCU L O 22 * #21 SMU (2OT) T O 29 Hawai‘i Pacific W ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Soccer Opener (Honolulu) # Outrigger Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Festival (Honolulu)

2001

11-7 2-4 WAC (T4th)

* Western Athletic Conference match S 5 ! Cal State Northridge W S 6 ! St. Mary’s (CA) W S 9 at SE Louisiana W S 18 # Oregon W S 20 # San Diego W S 25 $ vs. Idaho State W S 27 $ at Sacramento State L O 2 % Villanova W O 4 % #17 UCLA L O 9 * #21 at Brigham Young L O 11 * at Utah L O 13 at Weber State (OT) L O 16 * #8 San Diego State (2 OT) L O 18 * UNLV W O 19 Cal Lutheran W O 23 * San Jose State L O 25 * Fresno State W N 1 Hawai‘i Pacific W ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Soccer Festival (Honolulu) # Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Wahine Shootout (Honolulu) $ Sacramento State Tournament (Sacramento, CA) % Outrigger Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu)

1999

2000

7-12-1 0-5 WAC (6th)

10-8-2 6-2 WAC (T2nd)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

2003

A 30 ! #9 Arizona State L A 31 ! Bowling Green W S 5 at Cal State Northridge W S 7 at Long Beach State W S 8 at UC Riverside (2OT) T S 13 # Utah Valley State W S 14 # Morehead State W S 20 Cornell L S 26 * at Rice W S 28 * at Tulsa W S 29 at Oral Roberts L O 3 * SMU L O 5 * UTEP W O 10 * at Nevada W O 12 * at Boise State W O 13 at Idaho State W O 17 * Fresno State W O 19 * San Jose State W O 27 Brigham Young (2OT) T N 7 % Rice L ! OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) # Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match % WAC Championships (Dallas, TX)

2004

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

9-9-2 5-2-0 WAC (1st)

A 26 # George Mason (OT) W A 29 # Brigham Young (2OT) L S 2 ! #18 Pepperdine L S 4 ! Eastern Michigan W S 10 $ vs. Weber State (2OT) T S 12 $ at Long Beach State L S 14 at UC Santa Barbara L S 23 ^ Butler (2OT) T S 25 ^ Robert Morris W S 29 at #25 Cal State Fullerton L O 1 at San Diego State L O7 * Idaho W O9 * Boise State W O 14 * at Louisiana Tech W O 16 * at Utah State L O 17 at Utah Valley State W O 21 * at San Jose State W O 28 * Nevada W O 30 * Fresno State L N 4 % vs. Fresno State L # OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) $ 49er Classic (Long Beach, CA) ^ Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Soccer Shootout (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match % WAC Championships (Boise, ID)

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

12-6-3 5-3-0 WAC (4th)

A 27 ! St. Mary’s (CA) L A 29 ! Pacific (2OT) T S 1 at UC Santa Barbara (OT) W S 3 at USC W S 5 at Loyola Marymount (OT) W S 10 $ #30 Duke L S 13 $ Long Beach State W S 19 Portland State W S 24 # vs. New Mexico W S 26 # vs. Gonzaga W S 27 at BYU (2OT) T O 1 * Rice W O 3 * Tulsa W O 8 * at #27 SMU L O 10 * at UTEP L O 15 * Nevada (OT) W O 17 * Boise State W O 22 * at Fresno State L O 24 * at San Jose State (2OT) W O 26 at San Francisco L N 4 % Tulsa (2OT) T !OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) $ Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) #Montana Fall Classic (Missoula, Mont.) * Western Athletic Conference Match %WAC Championships (Honolulu)

2005

2006

13-5-2 7-1 WAC (T1st)

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

8-11-2 2-6-0 WAC (6th)

A 25 # Washington L A 28 # Oklahoma W S 1 ! Kent State W S 3 ! Winthrop W S 8 $ Pacific (2OT) T S 10 $ at Arizona (OT) L S 12 at Northern Arizona (2OT) W S 15 ^ Cornell (OT) W S 17 ^ San Francisco (2OT) T S 21 ! Detroit W S 25 ! Cal State Northridge L O1 at San Diego L O3 at Loyola Marymount L O6 * at Idaho W O8 * at Boise State L O 13 * Louisiana Tech W O 16 * Utah State L O 22 * San Jose State L O 27 * at Nevada L O 29 * at Fresno State (OT) L N 2 % at Nevada L # OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) ! Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) $ CATS Classic (Tucson, AZ) ^ Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Soccer Shootout (Honolulu) ! OHANA Hotels & Resorts Soccer Invitational (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match % WAC Championships (Reno, NV)

2007

15-5-2 6-1 WAC (1st)

A 31 # #26 Kansas W S 3 # Auburn (OT) W S 7 & Pacific (OT) T S 9 & Tennessee-Martin W S 14 Duquesne W S 16 Duquesne W S 21 at CS Northridge (OT) L S 23 at #7 UCLA L S 28 Weber State W S 30 Hawai‘i Pacific W O 4 at Loyola Marymount L O 7 at Pepperdine (OT) T O 12 * Nevada W O 14 * Fresno State W O 21 * at San Jose State W O 26 * at Utah State L O 28 * at Louisiana Tech W N 2 * Boise State W N 4 * Idaho W N 9 % vs. Utah State (OT) W N 11 % vs. Fresno State W N 16 @ at Colorado L # OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka ‘Oi (Honolulu) & Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match & WAC Championships (Boise, ID) @ NCAA Tournament (Boulder, CO)

2008 A 27 S1 S7 S9 S 12 S 14 S 18 S 21 S 26 S 28 S 30 O 10 O 12 O 19 O 24 O 26 O31 N2 N6

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

4-0 2-1 2-2 3-0 5-2 2-0 1-2 0-6 1-0 11-0 0-2 1-1 3-0 2-1 1-0 2-3 5-0 5-0 7-0 1-0 1-0 0-2

8-7-4 4-2-1 WAC (3rd)

Long Beach State (OT) #23 Denver vs. Drake (OT) at New Mexico (2OT) at Pacific vs. San Francisco Montana (2OT) #23 UC Santa Barbara (OT) at Portland State (2OT) at #21 Washington (OT) at CS Fullerton * at Nevada * at Fresno State (2OT) * San Jose State (OT) * Utah State * Louisiana Tech * at Boise State * at Idaho % at Nevada

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$ OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi (Honolulu) & New Mexico State Classic (Albuquerque, N.M.) # Pacific Fall Tournament (Stockton, Calif.) ^ Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match % WAC Championships (Reno, Nev.)

2009

7-11-1 3-5 WAC (7th)

A 21 $ #25 Brigham Young (OT2) T A 23 $ #2 Stanford L A 30 & Hawai‘i Pacific W S4 ^ UAB L S6 ^ Pacific L S 13 at Pepperdine L S 16 at Cal State Fullerton L S 18 at Cal State Northridge L S 20 at CSU Bakersfield W S 24 # Detroit-Mercy W S 26 # Detroit-Mercy W O2 * San Jose State L O4 * Fresno State L O 16 * at Louisiana Tech W O 18 * at New Mexico State (OT) L O 23 * Nevada L O 25 * Utah State W O 30 * at Boise State L N1 * at Idaho W $ OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi (Honolulu) & Outrigger Hotels “Hawai’i College Soccer Showcase” (Honolulu) ^ Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) # OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match

2010

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

3-14-3 1-5-2 WAC (8th)

A 20 $ Pacific L 0-1 A 22 $ Wagner W 4-0 A 27 & Cal Poly L 1-2 A 29 & Long Island (OT) L 0-1 S3 # vs. San Francisco W 3-2 S5 # at #21 California L 1-8 S 13 at Saint Mary’s L 0-3 S 17 ^ Washington State W 0-3 S 19 ^ Pepperdine W 0-2 S 23 at #2 Stanford L 0-9 S 26 at Pacific (2OT) T 0-0 O1 * Boise State L 0-4 O3 * Idaho L 1-3 O8 * at San Jose State (2OT) T 1-1 O 10 * at Fresno State W 1-0 O 12 at CSU Bakersfield (2OT) L 3-2 O 22 * Louisiana Tech L 0-3 O 24 * New Mexico State (2OT) T 2-2 O 29 * at Nevada (2OT) L 1-2 O 25 * at Utah State L 0-4 $ OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout (Honolulu) &OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi (Honolulu) #Cal Invitational (Berkeley, CA) ^ Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Soccer Classic (Honolulu) * Western Athletic Conference match rankings according to Soccer Buzz 1996-2007; NCSAA 2008-09

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

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WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE In its nearly 50 years of existence, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best intercollegiate competition. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the nine schools in the WAC to advance their KARL BENSON programs to contend at the Commissioner top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success. The WAC has sent a total of 31 teams to bowl games since 2001, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five teams. Boise State has won 102 football games since joining the conference, the most in the nation during that time span (2001-09). The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games in three of the last four seasons as Boise State made a repeat appearance with a victory in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl this past year following Hawai‘i’s 2008 Sugar Bowl and Boise State’s unforgettable victory in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 27 seasons. Every current school in the WAC has competed in the NCAA Tournament since 1990. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003 including Fresno State’s College World Series victory in 2008. In women’s sports, Fresno State softball has competed in every NCAA Tournament ever held while Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three. In 2009, Hawai‘i made its fourth trip to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four since 2000. Current WAC alums have made their presence felt as well. David Carr (Fresno State) was the first player selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. Cheryl Ford (Louisiana Tech) was named the WNBA Rookie of the Year and helped the Detroit Shock win the league’s championship in 2003. In 2004, the United States’ softball team won the Olympic gold medal with former Fresno State players Laura Berg and Lovie Jung. Jeff Weaver (Fresno State) earned the win in the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series clinching victory in 2006. Quarterback Colt Brennan (Hawai‘i) finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy voting, and in 2008, Natasha Kai (Hawai‘i) helped the United States to a gold medal in soccer at the Olympics in Beijing. In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. An extension was signed in 2008 that guarantees over 300 regular season WAC contests and 45 championship events will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, gymnastics, softball and baseball. The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008. Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. The current membership was established on July 1, 2005, when Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. The WAC has had just five commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94) and Karl Benson (1994-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

WAC FACTS Founded: 1962 Address: 9250 E. Costilla Ave., Suite 300; Englewood, CO 80112-3662 Affiliations (Year Joined WAC): Boise State (2001), Fresno State (1992), Hawai‘i (1979), Idaho (2005), Louisiana Tech (2001), Nevada (2000), New Mexico State (2005), San Jose State (1996), Utah State (2005) Men’s Sports Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Tennis Women’s Sports Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Volleyball Phone: (303) 799-9221 Website: wacsports.com Commissioner: Karl Benson Assoc. Commissioner (Media Relations): Dave Chaffin Director of Media Relations: Jason Erickson

UH HISTORY IN THE WAC WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS Football 1992, 1999, 2007 Men’s Basketball Tournament: 1993-94, 2000-01, 2001-02 Regular Season: 1996-97, 2001-02 Women’s Basketball Regular Season: 1997-98 Baseball Playoff Winner: 1980, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1992 Tournament: 2010 Southern Division: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984 Western Division: 1987 Regular Season: 1991, 1992 Women’s Volleyball Tournament: 1998, 2001, 2002,

2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Regular Season: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Soccer Tournament: 2007 Regular Season: 2003, 2005, 2007 Softball Regular Season: 2003, 2007, 2010 Tournament: 2010 Women’s Swimming and Diving Tournament: 2006 Men’s Tennis Tournament: 2008, 2009, 2010 Regular Season: 2010

WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS HOSTED Women’s Volleyball 2008

Track and Field 2006

Women’s Soccer 2004

Baseball 1980, 1982, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2009

Women’s Softball 2008

Men’s Golf 1986, 2002

Men’s and Women’s Tennis 1984, 2005, 2009 Women’s Golf 2003, 2010 (in Arizona)

Cross Country 1992, 2001

COMMISSIONER’S CUP Awarded to the school that performs the best in all WAC-sponsored sports Season 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Finish (Teams) 6th (9) 7th (9) 3rd (9) 4th (9)

Season 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03

Finish (Teams) t5th (9) 7th (10) 8th (10) 7th (10)

JOE KEARNEY AWARD Awarded to the top male and female athlete in the WAC 2009-10 Amber Kaufman, Volleyball/Track

2005-06 Kanoe Kamana‘o, Volleyball

2007-08 Emma Friesen, Diving

2003-04 Kim Willoughby, Volleyball

2006-07 Colt Brennan, Football Kanoe Kamana‘o, Volleyball

2002-03 Kim Willoughby, Volleyball/ Basketball

STAN BATES AWARD Awarded to the top male and female student-athlete in the WAC 2006-07 1992-93 Jason Elam, Football Lauri Hakala, Men’s Volleyball 2004-05 Tracie Uchima, Softball

1980-81 Blane Gaison, Football

1996-97 Angelica Ljungquist, Women’s Volleyball

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The University of Hawai‘i Athletics Department Extends A Mahalo To Its 2010 -11 Corporate Partners

KOA ESPN 1420 Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa KAIMANA Muscle Milk Phiten USA UH Federal Credit Union KULA Hawaii Advanced Imaging Hawaii Army National Guard InVision Imaging Jiffy Lube Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts NAPA, C.W. Carter, RedLine Peterson Sign Company Servco Pacific Starwood Hotels & Resorts State Farm Insurance

MAKANA AllState Insurance Big City Diner The Cab Finance Factors First Insurance Hawaii USA FCU Hawaii Self Storage Hickam Federal Credit Union Humana Island Air Island Insurance Monarch Insurance Papa John’s Pizza Hawaii Sprint UH Alumni Association

OHANA A&E Rentals Ala World Travel Burger King Island Movers Kelly Eisenberg KFC Hawaii Ko‘olau Golf Club L.H. Gamble Love’s Bakery McDonald’s Menehune Water Company Olomana Golf Links Pearl Country Club Safety Systems Shred-it Hawaii Sodexo Turtle Bay Resort Watanabe Floral


HAWAI‘I

The 50th State

“The Aloha State” Quick Facts State Gem

Black Coral

State Flower

Yellow hibiscus

State Tree

Kukui (Candlenut)

State Bird

Nene (Hawaiian goose)

State Marine Mammal

Humpback whale

State Fish

Humuhumunukunukuapua‘a

Date of Statehood

Aug. 21, 1959

Highest peak

13,796 feet (Mauna Kea)

Population

1,211,537 (50% male, 50% female)

All-time high temp.

100o F (Pahala, Hawai‘i, April 27, 1931)

All-time low temp.

1.4o F (Mauna Kea summit, Jan. 20, 1970)

Average daily temp. at sea level

85o F (summer) 78o F (winter)

State Anthem

“Hawai‘i Pono‘i” written by King David Kalakaua and Henri Berger in 1874

State Motto

Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness”

Rainfall

Low: 5.7 inches (Puako on the Big Island) High: 486 inches (Mt. Wai‘ale‘ale on Kaua‘i, the “world’s wettest spot”)

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The Hawaiian Islands Ni‘ihau

O‘ahu Kaua‘i Honolulu

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Moloka‘i Maui

Population: 1.2 million Area: 6,421 square miles

Lana‘i Kaho‘olawe

Hawai‘i

Ni‘ihau “The Forbidden Island” Population: 160 Area: 72 square miles

Lana‘i “The Pineapple Island” Population: 3,193 Area: 140 square miles

Kaua‘i “The Garden Island” Population: 58,303 Area: 552 square miles

Maui “The Valley Island” Population: 117,664 Area: 727 square miles

Moloka‘i “The Friendly Island” Population: 7,404 Area: 260 square miles

Kaho‘olawe “The Sacred Island” Population: Uninhabited Area: 45 square miles

O‘ahu “The Gathering Place” Population: 576,156 Area: 597 square miles

Hawai‘i “The Orchid Island” Population: 148,677 Area: 4,028 square miles 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


UH Board of Regents & Government Leadership BOARD OF REGENTS

ERIC MARTINSON CHAIR Honolulu County Term ends 2014

CARL A. CARLSON JR. VICE CHAIR Hawai‘i County (West) Term ends 2011

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

JAMES H.Q. LEE VICE CHAIR Honolulu County Term ends 2014

NEIL ABERCROMBIE

BRIAN SHATZ

Governor

Lt. Governor

Senate Leadership

SHAN TSUTSUI

Senate President

ARTEMIO C. BAXA Maui County Term ends 2013

MICHAEL A. DAHILIG At Large Term ends 2013

DAVID Y. IGE

Ways & Means Committee Chair

RAMON DE LA PENA Kaua‘i County Term ends 2012

JILL TOKUDA

Education Committee Chair

MICHELLE KIDANI

Ways & Means Committee Education Committee Vice-Chair

HAWAI‘I

The University of Hawaii Athletics Department extends a warm mahalo to Gov. Neil Abercrombie, Lt. Gov. Brian Shatz and the Hawaii State Legislature, who have been exceedingly supportive of the endeavors of UH Athletics in funding appropriations for first-class athletic facilities on the Manoa campus. In 2008, UH Athletics was appropriated $3 million which resulted in the completion of the new football coaches offices (completed and dedicated in April 2010). In addition, the renovation of the existing coaches offices was completed in May of 2011. Additionally, the State Legislature appropriated an additional 2.6 million dollars to fund the complete renovation of the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatics Complex women’s locker rooms completed in July 2011. $386,000 for the renovation of the Les Murakami Stadium Training Room completed in October 2010, and 1.2 million for the turf replacement at the Clarence T.C. Ching Complex (completed and dedicated in Feb. 2009). In 2009, UH was appropriated $9.5 million, $5 million towards the installation of seating, locker rooms, storage, and offices at the new Clarence T.C. Ching Complex. The balance of $4.5 million will be used for the refurbishment of the existing Women’s Athletic locker room and the expansion of the Nagatani Academic Center. In 2010, UH was appropriated an additional $2 million for the replacement of the Stan Sheriff Center’s video message board. This project is currently in construction and will be completed August 21, 2011 and unveiled at the first Rainbow Wahine volleyball game on August 26, 2011.

Committee on Higher Education

CHUCK Y. GEE Honolulu County Term ends 2010

DENNIS I. HIROTA Honolulu County Term ends 2012

JOHN C. HOLZMAN Honolulu County Term ends 2014

SUZANNE CHUN OAKLAND

CLARENCE K. NISHIHIRA

BRIAN T. TANIGUCHI

SAM SLOM

House Leadership

CORALIE CHUN MATAYOSHI Honolulu County Term ends 2016

SAEDENE OTA

Maui County Term ends 2015

TEENA M. RASMUSSEN

At Large Seat Term ends 2012

CALVIN SAY

House Speaker

MARCUS R. OSHIRO

Finance Committee Chair

MARILYN B. LEE ROY M. TAKUMI Finance Committee Vice-Chair

Education Committee Chair

DELLA AU BELATTI

Higher Education Committee Vice-Chair

Committee on Higher Education

HENRY J.C. AQUINO

JAN NAOE SULLIVAN

Honolulu County Term ends 2016

KAREN L. AWANA JERRY L. CHANG

FAYE P. HANOHANO

JOHN M. MIZUNO

MARK M. NAKASHIMA

JESSICA WOOLEY

GEORGE R. FONTAINE

AARON LING JOHANSON

MATTHEW WILLIAMS Student Seat Term ends 2010

SCOTT Y. NISHIMOTO 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

SCOTT K. SAIKI

K. MARK TAKAI

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

Thee University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is the th flagship campus of the UH system, which is comprised of three universities and seven community colleges. UH Mānoa enjoys recognized national and international standing—one of only 13 entities holding the distinction of being a landgrant, sea-grant and space-grant research institution. Its Honolulu-based campus and facilities span the mountains to the sea, while world-class astronomy facilities in Hawai‘i County are on the same island as a fiery, still-erupting volcano. UH Mānoa’s schools and programs are considered leaders in the perpetuation of the Hawaiian language and pursuit of Hawaiian studies. They range from the Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, one of the largest schools of indigenous knowledge in the nation, to the medical school’s Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence, to the law school’s Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law.

A DISTINGUISHED HISTORY UH Mānoa, founded in 1907, is the oldest, largest and most well-known campus in the University system. With the support of the Morrill Act, the school began as a land-grant college of agriculture and mechanic arts. In 1920, the campus added the College of Arts and Sciences to become the University of Hawai‘i. Later, to distinguish itself from other schools in the growing statewide UH system, the campus changed its name to the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE There are more than 20,000 students enrolled in various degree-granting programs at UH Mānoa. The University has been recognized as the premier institution to study the fields of oceanography, astronomy, Asian and Pacific Island studies, linguistics, cancer research and genetics, among others. In addition, UH Mānoa offers instruction in more languages than any American institution outside of the U.S. State Department. Its newest addition is an award-winning film school, the Academy of Creative Media, whose students’ works are being shown at film festivals around the world. A LEADER IN RESEARCH Classified by the Carnegie Foundation as having “very high research activity,” UH Mānoa is ranked among the top 30 public universities in federal research funding for engineering and science, and 49th overall by the National Science Foundation (NSF). In 2008 alone, the campus received more than $273.8 million in research awards. April 2009 saw the groundbreaking of a Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, one of 17 NSF Centers of Science and Technology in the U.S. The merger of the new land-based laboratory with world-class sea-going support vessels will help position UH Mānoa on the world map as a leader in oceanography research. University scientists have been credited with breakthrough research, including the first successful cloning of multiple generations of a mammal, first successful cloning of a male mammal, and first use of freeze-dried sperm to fertilize an egg. The Institute for Astronomy is internationally known for its astronomy education, research, and the development and management of observatories on the summits of Haleakala and Mauna Kea. AWARDS AND ACCOLADES UH Mānoa continues to be widely recognized for its excellence in education. Graduate programs at the Shidler College of Business, College of Education, and in Library and Information Sciences, were recognized among the best in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools 2010.” The William S. Richardson School of Law and John A. Burns

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School of Medicine are among the nation’s leaders in diversity among faculty and students—mirroring that of Hawai‘i’s population and allowing for a more enriched learning environment. Meanwhile, UH Mānoa faculty members continue to receive national and international recognition—ranging from Raymond Yeh, a professor and former dean of the School of Architecture, being named one of the nation’s Most Admired Educators of 2009 by DesignIntelligence, to The Rev. Masatoshi Shamoto, a longtime music lecturer, being conferred the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays by the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, and having an audience with the Emperor of Japan in May 2009. A MAJESTIC LOCATION The campus is centrally located in Mānoa Valley, a tranquil residential neighborhood that is part of metropolitan Honolulu. Students are just a few minutes away from famed Waikīkī Beach, as well as all of the cultural, commercial and recreational activities in a cosmopolitan city. UH Mānoa also has a trio of unique off-campus facilities: Lyon Arboretum and Botanical Garden, the only university botanical garden located in a tropical rainforest in the United States; Waikīkī Aquarium, the third oldest aquarium in the country that has been designated a Coastal Ecosystem Learning Center for the Pacific Island Region of the Coastal America Partnership; and the Hawai‘i Institute for Marine Biology on Coconut Island, which is surrounded by 64 acres of coral reef, and designated by the state as the Hawai‘i Marine Laboratory Refuge. VIBRANT STUDENT LIFE Outside of class, students may choose to join any of the school’s 230 Registered Independent Organizations (RIOs) and can tap into a variety of on-campus services—from the Student Development Center to University Health Services. Many choose to live in eight residential complexes that house more than 3,000 students, giving them an opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow classmates, while being close to classrooms, campus jobs and numerous on-campus events. Hawai‘i’s exceptional climate makes it possible to enjoy outdoor activities all year round. Restaurants and cafés showcase cuisines from around the world, while various city events offer cultural diversions that complement academic pursuits. Intellectual rigor is balanced by a wide range of leisure activities that include campus concerts, cookouts, theatrical performances, recitals, ethnic performances, art exhibits, debates, fairs and celebrations. It’s no wonder students from across the nation and the world come to UH Mānoa—for its unique research opportunities, diverse community, nationally ranked Division I athletics program, and beautiful natural setting. 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I DID YOU KNOW? UH Mānoa was named a “Best Western College” and an “America’s Best Value College” by Princeton Review. The Shidler College of Business undergraduate program ranks 19th in International Business in U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Colleges 2009.

The Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work ranks 60th among the nation’s 191 graduate social work programs in U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2009.

U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2010 ranks the Shidler College of Business graduate program in international business 21st in the nation.

The National Science Foundation ranks UH Mānoa in the top 30 public universities for federal research funding in engineering and science.

FAST FACTS

PROGRAMS OFFERED

Island ........................ O‘ahu ACADEMICS AT A GLANCE Location ............... Honolulu Total.............................. 292 Established ................ 1907 Bachelor’s ...................... 92 Master’s ......................... 84 ENROLLMENT Doctoral ..........................51 Total Enrollment .....20,337 1st Professional ...............3 Undergraduate .......13,912 Post Baccalaureate ..........3 Graduate ................. 6,425 Undergrad. Certificate .. 30 Student:Faculty Ratio ..16:1 Graduate Certificate .... 29

Academy for Creative Media* Accounting Aging American Studies Animal Sciences Anthropology Apparel Product Design & Merchandising Architecture Art Art History Asian Studies Bioengineering Biology Botany Business, General Chemistry Civil Engineering Classics Communication Computer Science Dance Dance Theatre Dental Hygiene East Asian Languages & Literature – Chinese – Japanese – Korean Economics Electrical Engineering Elementary Education English English as a Second Language Environmental Studies Ethnic Studies Ethnobotany Family Resources Finance Food Science & Human Nutrition French Geography Geology Geology & Geophysics German Global Environmental Science Hawaiian Hawaiian Studies Health, Exercise Science & Lifestyle Management History Human Resources Management Indo-Pacific Languages & Literatures – Hindi – Indonesian – Khmer

AREAS OF EXCELLENCE Nationally Competitive Top-25 programs include environmental law, eastern philosophy, international business, second language studies and athletics. Research UH Mānoa ranks among the major research universities in the U.S. Location Beautiful Mānoa Valley is a rainbow-filled neighborhood just minutes from Waikīkī and other O‘ahu attractions. Opportunity UH Mānoa leads the nation in minority students earning graduate degrees. Values Shared values of the UH system include aloha, collaboration, respect, intellectual rigor, integrity, service, access, affordability, diversity, fairness, leveraged technology, innovation, accountability and sustainability. International Advantage Hawai‘i’s position between east and west, in the middle of the Pacific, creates opportunities for international leadership and influence. Asia/Pacific expertise permeates campus activities.

NOTABLE UH ALUMNI INCLUDE Neil Abercrombie, MA ’64, PhD ’74, former U.S. Congressman, Hawai‘i Governor Robyn Ah Mow-Santos, ’96, USA Volleyball Team member and former Olympian Daniel Akaka, BEd ’52, MEd ’66, U.S. Senator Angela Perez Baraquio, BEd ’99, MEd ’04, Miss America 2001 Rich Ellerson, BA ‘77, U.S. Army head football coach Mazie Hirono, BA ’70, U.S. Congresswoman Daniel Inouye, BA ’50, U.S. Senator Patsy Mink, BA ’48, former U.S. Congresswoman Ken Niumatalolo, BA ’90, U.S. Naval Academy head football coach Richard D. Parsons, BA ’68, Chairman of Citigroup • Jay Shidler, BBA ’68, entrepreneur and benefactor of the Shidler College of Business Charles Nainoa Thompson, BA ’86, navigator and trustee of Kamehameha Schools

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The Library and Information Science program school library media specialization ranks among the top 10 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2010.

– Malay – Philippine Language & Literature (Filipino or Ilokano) – Samoan – Sanskrit – Thai – Vietnamese Information & Computer Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies** International Business Journalism Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science - Athletic Training - Health/Exercise Science & Lifestyle Management - Physical Education - Recreation/Leisure Science Linguistics Management Management Information Systems Marine Biology Marketing Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Meteorology Microbiology Music Natural Resources & Environmental Management Nursing Pacific Islands Studies Peace Studies Philosophy Physical Education Physics Plant & Environmental Biotechnology Plant & Environmental Protection Sciences Political Science Psychology Religion Russian Secondary Education Second Language Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Speech Theatre Travel Industry Management Tropical Plant & Soil Sciences Women’s Studies Zoology

* Available through Interdisciplinary Studies ** Students can receive a BA in interdisciplinary studies, a wide variety of individualized BA programs including but not restricted to: astronomy, aquaculture, biography, creative media, cognitive science, conflict resolution, criminology, English as a second language, developmental disabilities, environmental studies, future studies, human relations in organizations, international studies, linguistics, Pacific Islands studies, peace studies, pre-law, pre-medicine, pre-physical therapy, and women’s studies.

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President & Chancellor

An internationally known researcher and nationally recognized leader in higher education, M.R.C. Greenwood became the 14th president of the University of Hawai‘i in August 2009. She unites strong belief in the exM.R.C. GREENWOOD ceptional caliber of the UH PRESIDENT University of Hawai‘i System with determination System to develop the university’s voice as a national leader in higher education. The first woman to serve as UH’s chief executive officer, Greenwood brings experience as both a campus and university system leader. As provost and senior vice president– academic affairs for the University of California system, the system’s second highest position, she led task forces on long range planning and graduate and professional education, supported a new science and math initiative and worked to rebalance the university’s academic portfolio and make admissions procedures more transparent.

As chancellor of UC Santa Cruz 1996– 2004, she led the campus through a period of great growth, opening the UC system’s first new residential college in 30 years, expanding academic programs by 52 percent, hiring 250 new faculty members, more than doubling extramural research support and constructing nearly a million assignable square feet in academic buildings. Major accomplishments included launching the campus’s first professional school, securing National Science Foundation and private support for the Center for Adaptive Optics, establishing a UC Silicon Valley Center; and developing the nation’s first NASA University Affiliated Research Center. A national leader on science and technology policy and an expert on higher education policy issues, Greenwood served as associate director and consultant to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and chairs the National Academies Policy and Global Affairs Division. As a member of state and national committees and councils, she has tackled issues from writing in America’s schools and biomedical careers for women to national

security and ethics of the information society. She is past-president and fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, fellow of the American Academies of Arts and Sciences, member of the Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences and former member of the National Science Board. An expert on obesity and diabetes, Greenwood most recently served as director of the Foods for Health Initiative, chair of the Graduate Group in Nutritional Biology and distinguished professor of nutrition and internal medicine at UC Davis. She has published extensively, received numerous scientific awards and been president of the Obesity Society and the American Society of Clinical Nutrition, chair of the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine and fellow of the American Society for Nutrition. Greenwood graduated summa cum laude from Vassar College and received her PhD from The Rockefeller University. A self-described voracious and eclectic reader, she also enjoys volunteer work, hiking, sailing and being a “soccer grandma.”

When she’s not in her office at historic Hawai‘i Hall, Chancellor Virginia S. Hinshaw might well be found at a UH Athletics event, cheering on Warrior studentathletes as they strive for excellence on the field, court VIRGINIA S. or track. “It’s a privilege and HINSHAW joy to serve as chancellor at CHANCELLOR University UH Mānoa and to be part of Hawai‘i—Manoa of this campus community,” says Hinshaw, who assumed the role of chief executive officer of the UH system’s flagship campus in July 2007. Responsible for providing both administrative and academic leadership to UH Mānoa, Hinshaw is a renowned scientist with expertise in microbiology. Her work over the past 25 years has aided in the understanding of the influenza virus and new approaches to vaccines—knowledge that became invaluable

when the first cases of the H1N1 flu (swine flu) hit Hawai‘i in spring 2009. She has conducted research at a number of hospitals and universities, including the University of California Berkeley, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Harvard Medical School. UH Mānoa’s number-one football fan is no stranger to college powerhouses. Hinshaw grew up in Tennessee, attended high school in Alabama and graduated from Auburn University (all of which explains her delightful Southern accent). At Auburn, she received her bachelor’s degree in laboratory technology in 1966, a master’s degree in microbiology in 1967, and a doctoral degree in microbiology in 1973. Prior to joining UH Mānoa, Hinshaw served as the provost and executive vice chancellor at the University of California at Davis. Before that, she was the former dean of the Graduate School and the vice chancellor for research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Hinshaw’s enthusiastic love of outdoor activities, especially walking, is a natural fit for Hawai‘i. “Snorkeling, swimming, hiking, fishing, golf, canoeing—they all provide wonderful ways to enjoy nature,” she says. Other favorite activities of the lifelong learner and avid reader include word games, movies, mentoring, listening to music and playing her Native American flute. The breast cancer survivor and thriver is also an enthusiastic advocate for breast cancer research, doing whatever she can to help raise money for the cause. And Hinshaw is always the first to roll up her sleeves at Mānoa Makeover projects, during which civic-minded, green-thumbed students, faculty, staff and vol-

unteers band together to beautify the campus and surrounding community. She is married to her high school sweetheart, Bill, who serves as Associate to the Chancellor, and who is definitely another enthusiastic UH Athletics fan and Mānoa Makeover volunteer. They have two sons (Bill and Louis), two daughters-inlaw (Keri and Molly) and four grandchildren (Audrey, Louis, Kai and Ronan). The next time you see Hinshaw at Aloha Stadium, the Stan Sheriff Center or anywhere else in public, she hopes that UH Mānoa fans and friends will come up to say hello. “You will often see me out and about on the campus and in the community—I always wear a nametag, so I encourage you to introduce yourself and share your views,” says Hinshaw. “My efforts are focused on fulfilling the goals and maintaining the values of UH Mānoa—and each one of you is part of that endeavor.”

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I THE RAINBOW

THE COLORS

Before 1923, UH teams were nicknamed the “Deans.” Then in the final game of the 1923 season, UH head coach Otto Klum’s squad upset Oregon State, 7-0, at Mo‘ili‘ili Field. During the game, a rainbow appeared over the field. Reporters started calling UH teams “the Rainbows,” and the tradition began that Hawai‘i would not lose a game if a rainbow appeared. Rainbows, however, had magical powers long before football came to the islands. Hawaiian chiefs considered them sacred and used them as signs of a chief ’s presence. A rainbow hovering over a newborn child indicated that he was of a god-like rank. The rainbow was part of the official logo at the UH Athletics Department from 1982-2000.

Green and white became the official UH colors when a group of faculty wives were deciding on decoration and color schemes for the school’s social calendar. At the time, materials took weeks to be shipped to the islands, making materials of many colors scarce. The wives reasoned that basic white would always be available and green decorations could constantly be provided by Hawai‘i’s lush growth of tropical plants. As it turns out, green is the color of Lono, the ancient Hawaiian god of agriculture. In addition, the use of green represents not only the richness of Mānoa, but also spiritual prosperity and success. The UH Mānoa campus itself is located in the heart of the rich and fertile Mānoa Valley. Green is also the color of the ti leaf, a symbol of good omen and an emblem of divine power. White, meanwhile, was associated with Hawaiian royalty and is symbolized with the best and the finest. With the creation of the new athletics logo in 2000, the Athletics Department incorporated black and silver into its color scheme. For many cultures in Hawai‘i, black is a color that is respected. For Hawaiians, it takes them back to the “kumulipo,” the chant of creation, referring to the symbolism “from out of the darkness.” The hidden meaning states that there is a new birth, or one cleanses to start anew. Silver comes from the shimmering reflection of rainfall as it creates a blanket of mist over Mānoa and a symbol of hope and victory. It ultimately forms a bow or arc of prismatic color, the rainbow that is frequently seen over the valley.

THE WARRIOR The Warrior holds an honored place in Hawaiian history, for it was the warrior who united the Hawaiian Islands under Kamehameha the Great. The Hawaiians expected the warrior to display great strength, skill and a fighting spirit. Although it wasn’t until 1974 that the UH football team adopted the nickname “Rainbow Warriors,” the use of the name goes back a number of years. One reason for using the nickname is the tremendous amount of support of the UH scholarship fundraising organization, ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue—the Order of the Rainbow Warrior. Since its inception in 1966, this organization has provided a tremendous amount of support to Hawai‘i’s student-athletes.

THE RAINBOW WĀHINE In 1972, Dr. Donnis Thompson, a professor in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department, with the assistance of the men’s Athletics Department, created the first women’s athletics program. The men’s program was known as the “Rainbows” and so Dr. Thompson called the women’s athletics program the “Rainbow Wāhine.” The Hawaiian word “wahine” is translated in English as woman, and the pluralized word “wāhine” (with the macron over the “a”), means women, hence the name Rainbow Wāhine. She also created a new logo based on the Rainbow in a rounded version and added the name “wāhine.” Dr. Thompson became the first women’s athletics director and served until 1981.

THE SEAL The original University of Hawai‘i seal, adopted in 1921 by the Board of Regents and amended in 1946, contains a torch and book titled “Malamalama” (“the light of knowledge”) surrounded by the state motto, “Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono” (“the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness”). In 2006, the seal was updated to modernize it in a manner that reflects its history, spirit and global perspective while providing a readable version for modern print, electronic and product applications. The motto, inscribed in both the Hawaiian and English languages on Founders’ Gate at the entrance to the Mānoa Campus on University Avenue, is “Maluna a‘e o na lahui o pau ke ola ke kanaka,” (“above all nations is humanity”). 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

THE “NEW” LOGO The UH Athletics Department unveiled a new logo in 2000. The theme of the new logo and identity is “pupukahi i holomua,” translated into English as “unite and move forward as one.” Although the “H” outwardly represents Hawai‘i, it also carries the significance of the Hawaiian expression and meaning of “ha.” In Hawaiian culture, “ha” means “breath”—the spirit of life passed on from one person to another, generation to generation, with its lessons and success. Although the patterns on the logo are inspired by the renaissance of the use of Hawaiian kapa designs, they are decorative. They represent the characteristics of the different people who have come together to obtain knowledge, success and efficient skills. The triangles are universally symbolic. The three points represent the balance of the individual: the body, mind and spirit. Ancient Hawaiians believed that each entity with these values could not stand strong without the other two. This is the significance to the specific three triangles within the “H.” FIGHT SONG: “Co-ed” Here’s to our dear Hawai‘i Here’s to our Green and White Here’s to our Alma Mater Here’s to the team with fight Rah! Rah! Rah!

Here’s to old warriors calling Here’s to old battles won Here’s to Hawai‘i’s victory Here’s to each valiant one.

ALMA MATER In green Manoa Valley our Alma Mater stands Where mountain winds and showers refresh her fertile lands; The flag of freedom beckons above her shining walls, To larger truth and service our Alma Mater calls. Hawai‘i, we have gathered within thy wide-flung doors, As sons and daughters claiming her freely offered stores; Our loyal praise we tender, and pledge to hold thy aim, Till ocean’s far horizons shall hear thy honored name. 53


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Athletics Administration EXECUTIVE TEAM

ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the University of Hawai‘i Athletics Department is to operate dynamic sports programs encouraging student-athletes in their pursuit of excellence in the realms of academic achievement and athletic competition at the highest levels. The Athletics Department will provide equal opportunities to male and female students of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and will develop sportsmanship and ethical conduct. With aloha, we dedicate ourselves to earning the trust and loyalty of our fans and community through exemplary sports programs.

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR JIM DONOVAN

Donovan Up Close Age: 52 Hometown: Honolulu, O‘ahu Alma Maters: University of Hawai‘i Executive Master’s in Business Administration, 1996 Bachelor of Arts, 1983 Sports Management Institute (SMI), 2000 ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE 2002-08 (m2c, Inc.) President and CEO Executive Director, Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl 1983-2002 (University of Hawai‘i) Associate Athletics Director (1996-2002) Assistant Athletics Director for Administrative Services (1994-96) Director, Sports Marketing (1988-94) Baseball Stadium Manager (1985-88) Graduate Assistant Football Coach (1983-85) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS University of Hawai‘i Alumni Association Board of Directors University of Hawai‘i Letterwinners Club Past President, Founder Beta Gamma Sigma Member Hawai‘i Bowl Foundation Board of Directors Shidler College of Business Administration Association Past Board of Directors National Collegiate Marketers Association Charter member, inactive UH Alumni Association Ex Officio Board of Directors Salary Commission City and County of Honolulu 54

With a resume that includes student-athlete, graduate assistant, baseball stadium manager, marketing director, and assistant athletics director, Jim Donovan has come full circle in the University of Hawai‘i Athletics Department after he was announced as the 20th Director of Athletics in school history in March 2008. In three years at the helm of the state’s only Division I athletics program, Donovan has hired seven head coaches (women’s waterpolo, sand volleyball, women’s soccer, men’s volleyball, women’s golf, and men’s and women’s basketball), secured a partnership with ESPN Regional Television, Inc., for the creation of the Diamond Head Classic basketball tournament, and worked tirelessly with the Hawai‘i State Legislature and private sector to fund various athletics facility improvement projects. More than $29 million in construction projects have been funded since Donovan has been named Director of Athletics, including a $5 million donation by the Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation – the largest in athletics history – towards the building of a new football/track complex. In addition, Donovan negotiated a contract with Oceanic Time Warner Cable and KFVE-TV on a new television partnership which will bring in more than $14 million to the athletics department over a six-year period. He also implemented a restructured football parking plan at Aloha Stadium which has brought in nearly $650,000 in incremental revenue to ‘Ahahui Koa Ānuenue. Meanwhile, UH’s Corporate Partner Program generated more than $3 million in cash and trade value this past year to help offset the department’s operating expenses. On the playing field, UH has continued to compete at a high level. Four teams went on to participate in the NCAA Tournament in 2009-10, including women’s volleyball reaching the NCAA semifinals and softball reaching the Women’s College World Series for the first time in school history. Individually, Amber Kaufman, won the NCAA high jump championship. Success came in the classroom with nearly 200 scholar athletes and the continued rise of the school’s Academic Progress Rate. Donovan, 52, spent 17 years in athletics administration at UH prior to a five-and-a-half year hiatus as the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl’s Executive Director from 2002-08. The Anaheim, Calif., native began his tenure with the UHAD as manager of the Rainbow Stadium (1985-88), before becoming sports marketing director for the next six years. In 1994, he was named assistant athletics director for administrative services and, two years later, became the associate athletics director for nine years. During his tenure, Donovan helped negotiate contracts and assisted with the recruitment of former football coach June Jones and current coach Mike Trapasso (baseball) and Bob Coolen (softball). He also

CARL CLAPP Associate A.D. Administrative Services

MARILYN MONIZ- JOHN McNAMARA Associate A.D. KAHO‘OHANOHANO Associate A.D. Senior Woman Administrator

TERI CHANG Assistant A.D. Facilities & Events Management

External Affairs

VINCE BALDEMOR President ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue

negotiated contracts UH’s television and radio contracts, the Stan Sheriff Center and Aloha Stadium scoreboard advertising packages, and the MBNA affinity credit card. Donovan was directly responsible for creating the Rainbow Fun Run, Midnight ‘Ohana, the UH Letterwinners Club, the Athletic Director’s Club, the Paradise in the Pacific Golf Tournament and UHAD Corporate Sponsor Golf Tournament. He also helped launch the department’s website and implemented new ticket operation improvements which included computerized ticketing; credit card, phone and internet sales; and establishing third-party ticketing network with remote outlets. Donovan also served on the Gender Equity Subcommittee and was the department’s spokesperson for matters involving the Hawai‘i state legislature, UH Board of Regents, Athletic Advisory Board, Aloha Stadium Authority, NCAA Certification Committee and various community organizations. In addition to serving as founder of the UH Letterwinners Club, Donovan has also served on the board of directors for the UH Alumni Association, Hawai‘i Bowl Foundation and Shidler College of Business Alumni Association. In 2002, Donovan started the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl from the ground up. In six years, he secured conference affiliations with the Western Athletic Conference, Conference USA and Pac-10. The game consistently ranked among the highest-rated non-BCS games and achieved profitability in five of the six years. Donovan also served as president and CEO of m2c, Inc., a business consulting company that provides leadership and strategic direction in event management. Some of his clients included ESPN Regional Television, Panda Travel and Sodexo Food Services. Donovan’s first arrived on the Manoa campus as an offensive lineman for the UH football team from 1981-82, where he earned honorable mention all-WAC honors as a senior. Following his playing career, he was a graduate assistant for former coach Dick Tomey from 1983-85. Donovan earned his bachelors of arts degree in geography and executive master’s degree in business administration from UH. He is married to the former Tracy Orillo and they have two children, Jacqueline and Joshua. 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


Head Coaches & Directory

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I HEAD COACHES

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY MAILING ADDRESS University of Hawai‘i Athletics Department 1337 Lower Campus Rd., Honolulu, HI 96822-9937 All extensions begin with (808) 956-_ _ _ _ Athletics Director (FAX - x4637) x7301 Jim Donovan, A.D. Associate A.D./Administrative Services x6523 Carl Clapp, Associate A.D. Associate A.D./External Affairs x9630 John McNamara, Associate A.D. Associate A.D./SWA x4498 Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano, Associate A.D. Business Office x6505 Tiffany Kuraoka, Assistant A.D. Compliance (FAX - x5042) x4508 Amanda Paterson, Director Facilities (FAX - x9477) x7419 Teri Chang, Assistant A.D. Corporate Sales/Sports Marketing x0192 Sports Media Relations (FAX - x4478) x7523 Derek Inouchi, Media Relations Director Student Affairs (FAX - x5042) x6580 Daniel Arakaki, Director of Student Affairs Ticket Office (FAX - x3403) x4482 Walter Watanabe, Ticket Manager Academic Services x4526 Jennifer Matsuda, Department Chair ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue (FAX - x4598) x6511 Vince Baldemor, President Stan Sheriff Center (FAX - x8906) x6955 Rich Sheriff, Manager Les Murakami Stadium x7404 Glenn Nakaya, Manager Duke Kahanamoku Pool x6889 Aquatics Coordinator Alexander Waterhouse Training Facility x7882 Tommy Heffernan, Strength Coach Makai Training Room x7144 Eric Okasaki, Head Trainer Equipment Room x7818 Ken Fujimura, Equipment Manager Computer Services x4529 Chris Kumagai, Computer Specialist

ATHLETIC PROGRAMS Baseball (Director of Operations) Men’s Basketball (Bobbie Omoto, Secretary) Women’s Basketball (Lindsey Baker, Dir. of Ops) Cheerleading Football (Bianca Tokumoto, Admin. Asst.) Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Sailing Women’s Soccer Softball Swimming & Diving Men’s Tennis Women’s Tennis Track & Field Men’s Volleyball Women’s Volleyball Women’s Water Polo

x6247 x6501 x8185 x4503 x6508 x4527 x4333 x5177 x4525 x4506 x5377 x4512 x3655 x2143 x4505 x6229 x4462

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GIB ARNOLD

MIKE BAKER

LORI CASTILLO

MAUREEN COLE

BOB COOLEN

JUN HERNANDEZ

CARMYN JAMES

ANDY JOHNSON

GREG McMACKIN

RONN MIYASHIRO

DAVE SHOJI

DANA TAKAHARA-DIAS

MIKE TRAPASSO

Men’s Basketball 2nd Year

Cheerleading 9th Year

Women’s Tennis 6th Year

Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field 11th Year

MICHELLE NAGAMINE

JOHN NELSON

Women’s Soccer 1st Year

CHARLIE WADE Men’s Volleyball 3rd Year

Women’s Golf 4th Year

Sailing 22nd Year

Men’s Tennis 9th Year

Women’s Volleyball 37th Year

VICTOR WALES

SCOTT WONG

Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving 7th Year

Women’s Water Polo 1st Year

Football 4th Year

Women’s Basketball 3rd Year

Softball 21st Year

Men’s Golf 13th Year

Baseball 10th Year

Sand Volleyball 1st Year

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‘Ahahui Koa Ānuenue

2010-11 ‘AHAHUI KOA ‘ĀNUENUE BOARD OFFICERS

MARK POLIVKA Chairman

BONNY AMEMIYA Treasurer

AL CHEE

RAY ONO

Secretary

Vice Chairman/ Chairman-Elect

STAFF

VINCE BALDEMOR

CAROL GOUVEIA

DAVID ESTERMANN

PRESIDENT

DIRECTOR Preferred Seating and Parking Program

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Preferred Seating and Parking Program

DIRECTORS Robert Akinaka

Henry Katsuda

Dustin Sellers

Bob Barlow

Bert T.Kobayashi Jr.

Nate Smith

Carolyn Berry

Chris Kobayashi

Jessica Stacy

Stanley Ching

Cathy Luke

Donn Takaki

Randall Chung

David Matlin

Nick Teves Jr.

Don Clephane

Greg McMackin

Tyler Tokioka

Jim Donovan

Don Murphy

Ray Vara

John Fink

Peter Nicholson

Donna Vuchinich

Lissa Guild-Eveleth

Ernie Nishizaki

Jim Walters

Virginia Hinshaw

Patrick Oki

Adam Wong

Peter Ho

Ray Ono

Ryan Yamamoto

Al Hoffman

Kurt Osaki

Gary Yoshioka

Howard Ikeda

Jim Pappas

Hugh Yoshida

Robert Iopa

John Reed

HOW TO REACH ‘AHAHUI KOA ĀNUENUE 1337 Lower Campus Road Honolulu, HI 96822 Phone (808) 956-6500 Fax (808) 956-4598

KELVIN SHOJI

WAYNE VIEIRA

JOYCE LAU

DIRECTOR Development

DIRECTOR New Ticket Sales

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Website: KoaAnuenue.org Email: contactAKA@KoaAnuenue.org

SUPPORTING ALL UH STUDENT-ATHLETES SINCE 1967

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

WHO WE ARE

Former Governor John A. Burns

‘Ahahui Koa Ānuenue--translated to “Society of the Rainbow Warrior�-serves as the athletics fundraising organization for the UH Manoa Athletics Department. Established in 1967 as a registered 501c3 by then Gov. John A. Burns, AKA is an integral partner with UH athletics in managing the state’s only Division I athletics program.

INVESTING IN THE FUTURE Participation in sports prepares today’s student-athletes to become tomorrow’s leaders. Passion, commitment, patience, self-discipline, teamwork and integrity are essential in developing a winning attitude on and o the ďŹ eld. As student-athletes master the mental and physical challenges posed by competition and education, they gain the experience and conďŹ dence to make a positive dierence at home, at work and in society. Donations help create tomorrow’s leaders and continue the tradition of success.

STUDENTATHLETES

HAWAI‘I

“Bridging Hawai‘i and Student-Athletes Together.

RAISING THE BAR In any community, raising enough money to support a Division I program is a daunting task. In a state as small as Hawai‘i, the challenge is even greater. ‘Ahahui Koa Ä€nuenue’s fundraising eorts make it possible for our student-athletes to have the resources they need to eectively compete at a national level. ‘AHAHUI KOA ‘ĀNUENUE HAS THREE ROLES 1)‘Ahahui Koa Ä€nuenue funds scholarships for all athletic department programs. Our Preferred Seating and Parking programs are the backbone of scholarship funding for UH Athletics, raising more than $35 million since its inception. This program oers season-ticket holders a variety ofopportunities to receive prime seating, preferred parking and other beneďŹ ts at our athletic events at home and on the road.

2) ‘Ahahui Koa Ä€nuenue oversees and supports the athletic booster programs, including our largest and most visible organization, Na Koa Football Club. These groups provide sport-speciďŹ c needs such as equipment, travel, recruiting, summer school tuition and more.They accomplish these goals through their membership drives, fundraisers and activities. 3) ‘Ahahui Koa Ä€nuenue develops, supports and maintain stop-notch athletic facilities.Working in collaboration with the University of Hawaii Foundation, we nurture relationships between UHM and the many individuals, corporations and community leaders who not only enjoy the experience of a great athletics contest,but more importantly, understand the long-term beneďŹ ts of investing in our athletics program. We work closely with donors to arrange estate and planned gifts, endowments and public-private partnerships.

HOW TO REACH ‘AHAHUI KOA ĀNUENUE 1337 Lower Campus Road  Honolulu, HI 96822  Phone (808) 956-6500  Fax (808) 956-4598 Website: KoaAnuenue.org  Email: contactAKA@KoaAnuenue.org

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

Sports Circle of Honor

The University of Hawai‘i Sports Circle of Honor is now in its 29th year. What originally began as the UH Sports Hall of Honor in 1982 has found a new home and a new name on the inner concourse of the University’s 10,300-seat Stan Sheriff Center, overlooking the court. Over the years, a total of 93 members and 10 teams have been inducted into the Circle of Honor, including many former football players and three football teams: the 1924 and ’25 squads which outscored opponents, 606-29, and the 1955 team which recorded one of the biggest upsets in UH football history. The head coach of the “Wonder Teams,” the late Otto “Proc” Klum, was also inducted in 1982. Robyn Ah Mow: Women’s Volleyball (1993-96); Inducted 2005 Terry Albritton: Men’s Track and Field, Strength Coach 1979-85; Inducted 2009 Gary Allen: Football (1978-81); Inducted 1998 Dr. Charles Araki: Football (1952-55); Inducted 1990 Jimmy Asato: Football, Baseball, Football & Baseball (1962-64); Inducted 1989 Charlie Bessette: Football, Basketball, Baseball; Inducted 2007 Don “Spud” Botelho: Football (1954-57); Inducted 2000 Heather Bown: Women’s Volleyball (1998-99); Inducted 2008 Gov. John A. Burns: Founder of ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue; Inducted 1982 Anthony “AC” Carter: Men’s Basketball (1996-97); Inducted 2010 Jeanne Childs: Swimming (1981-83); Inducted 2002 Deitre Collins: Volleyball & Basketball (1980-84); Inducted 1989 Paul Durham: UH Athletics Director (1968-75); Inducted 1996 Jason Elam: Football (1989-92); Inducted 2002 Leah Bennett Ferris: Track & Field; Inducted 1983 Richard Furtado: Football, Track & Field (1935); Inducted 2010 Fred Furukawa: Basketball (1952-54); Inducted 1999 Blane Gaison: Football (1976-80); Inducted 1999 May Kealohikikaupea Gay: Three-sport athlete, first female P.E. instructor at UH in the 1920’s; Inducted 1982 Eugene “Luke” Gill: Men’s Basketball Coach (1930-41), Inducted 1987 Vince Goo: Women’s Basketball Head Coach (1987-2004); Inducted 2009 Dr. Herbert Hata: UH’s first volunteer team physician (1970s-86); Inducted 1987 Charles Hemenway: Inducted 1987 Tom Henderson: Basketball (1972-74); Inducted 1995 Jyun “Curly” Hirota: Football, Baseball (1940’s); Baseball Head Coach (1963, ‘65); Inducted 2009 Ivanelle Hoe: Swimming; Inducted 1994 Dave Holmes: Football Coach (1968-73); Inducted 1989 John “Jack” Johnson: Football, swimming, water polo, soccer (1932-34); Inducted 2008 Joyce Kapua‘ala Ka‘apuni: Volleyball (1973, ‘76, ‘82-83); Inducted 2000 Harry “Clown” Kahuanui: Football, Basketball, Boxing (1946-49); Inducted 1984 Yuval Katz: Men’s Volleyball (1995-96); Inducted 2010 Bobby Kau: Basketball; Inducted 1988 Solomon “Sol” Kaulukukui: Football & Baseball; Inducted 2004 Thomas Kaulukukui: Football, Basketball, Baseball; Inducted 1982 Les Keiter: Sports Broadcaster; Inducted 1999 Otto “Proc” Klum: Football Head Coach (1921-39); Inducted 1982 Harold Kometani: Football & Basketball (1938-41), Head Football Head Coach 1943-45, ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue Charter member; Inducted 1986 Dr. Roy Kuboyama: Boxing; Inducted 1994 Chuck Leahey: “Voice of the Rainbows,” Inducted 1985 Willie Lee: Basketball (1951-54); Inducted 1999 Angelica Ljungquist: Women’s Volleyball (1993-96); Inducted 2005 Gwen Loud: Track & Field (1982-84); Inducted 1999 Dr. Richard Mamiya: Football; Inducted 1982 Beth Mclachlin: Volleyball (1974-75); Inducted 1986 Herbert Minn: Boxing Coach (1949-58); Inducted 1998 Anthony “Tony” Morse: Football, Basketball, Track; Inducted 1987 Judy Mosley: Basketball (1987-90); Inducted 1997 Les Murakami: Baseball Head Coach (1971-2000); Inducted 2001 Toshio “Bob” Nagatani: Chief Statistician; Inducted 2006 Ray Nagel: Athletics Director (1976-83); Inducted 2008 Seiji Naya: Boxing; Inducted 1984 58

Theodore “Ted” Nobriga: Baseball (Three-sport athlete); Inducted 1984 Moses Ome: Track & Field, Track Head Coach (1947-72); Inducted 1984 Joe Onosai: Football (1983-86), Inducted 2006 Maynard “Buster” Piltz: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball; Inducted 1995 Larry Price: Football (1961-64), Head Football Coach 1974-76; Inducted 1994 Dr. Allen Richardson: Volunteer Team Physician for Women’s Volleyball Team 1979-2004; Inducted 2003 Red Rocha: Head Coach Men’s Basketball (1963-73); Inducted 1986 Dr. Alvin Saake: Head Coach Men’s Basketball (1957-63); Inducted 1991 Dr. Shunzo Sakamaki: Professor/Supporter; Inducted 1998 Soichi Sakamoto: Head Coach Swimming; Inducted 1982 Jesse Sapolu: Football (1979-82); Inducted 2000 Jim Schwitters: Men’s & Women’s Tennis Head Coach (1966-2003); Inducted 2009 Theodore “Pump” Searle: Football (1924-25); Inducted 1982 Stan Sheriff: Athletics Director (1983-93); Inducted 1993 Larry Sherrer: Football, Track & Field (1969-71); Inducted 2005 Noelle Smith: Football; Inducted 1992 Clay Stanley: Men’s Volleyball (1997, 99); Inducted 2008 Levi Stanley: Football (1969-71); Inducted 1995 Toku Tanaka: Baseball, Head Coach Baseball; Inducted 2005 Larry Tanimoto: Golf, UH Board of Regents, Na Koa; Inducted 2003 Ma‘a Tanuvasa: Football (1990-92); Inducted 2007 Derek Tatsuno: Baseball (1977-79); Inducted 1985 Dr. Donnis Thompson: Women’s Athletics Director (1972-81); Inducted1988 Dick Tomey: Football Head Coach (1977-86); Inducted 2005 Charles Ushijima: Baseball Booster; Inducted 1992 George Uyeda: Track & Field; Inducted 2002 Hank Vasconcellos: Football Head Coach, Athletics Director 1952-60; Inducted 1985 Bob Wagner: Football Head Coach (1987-95); Inducted 2007 Alexander C. Waterhouse: Founder, Chairman, Na Koa & ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue; Inducted 1997 Jeris White: Football (1970-73); Inducted 1994 Teee Williams: Volleyball (1987-89); Inducted 1998 William “Doggie” Wise: Football; 1983 Art Woolaway: ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue; Inducted 1988 Mackay Yanagisawa: Founder Hula Bowl, ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue Charter Member; Inducted 1987 1979 Rainbow Wahine Volleyball Team: AIAW National Champions (Inducted: 1990) 1982 & ‘83 Rainbow Wahine Volleyball Teams Back-to-Back NCAA Champions (Inducted: 1997) 1987 Rainbow Wahine Volleyball Team NCAA Championship Team (Inducted: 2004) 1971 & ‘72 “Fab Five” Basketball Teams Inducted: 1982 1980 Rainbow Baseball Team WAC Champions, College World Series Runner-up (Inducted: 1996) 1924 & ‘25 Football “Wonder Teams” Inducted: 1982 1955 Football Team Inducted: 2006 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER


Rainbow Wahine Soccer Booster Club

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

SUPPORT THE RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER PROGRAM NOW AND BECOME A MEMBER OF THE TEAM! YOUR DONATION WILL HELP THE SOCCER TEAM TO AN OUTSTANDING SEASON Fans and volunteers are the heart and soul of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Athletics, and in order to continue the history of success and remain competitive with our mainland rivals, we need your participation more than ever. Donations received are used for summer school scholarships, equipment, recruitment and various other needs in support of the coaches and more than 400 student-athletes in the Athletics Department. The greatest benefit of supporting the women’s soccer booster program is the pride that comes from the knowledge that you are supporting the mission of the team and Athletics Department; creating good stewards in the community both on and off the court. To make a gift to the women’s soccer program or for additional information, please contact:

Rainbow Wahine Soccer Booster Club University of Hawai‘i / ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue Office of Intercollegiate Athletics 1337 Lower Campus Road Honolulu, HI 96822 Phone: (808) 225-3300 Email: TomIshiiJr@hotmail.com Give on-line at: www.KoaAnuenue.org

Dear Rainbow Wahine Soccer Fans, As head coach of the Rainbow Wahine soccer team, I have the special honor of cultivating many young athletes in pursuit of excellence. While working toward their degrees, these student-athletes maintain very strict schedules during competition. As coaches, we know that in order for our student-athletes to perform at their best, they not only need support from our department, but also family, friends, and our valuable Hawai‘i athletics ‘ohana. We welcome your support and look forward to having you as part of our program. Aloha, A lo oh ha,

Michele Michel le Nagamine ne Head Coach, Rainbow Wahine hi Soccer

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

Letterwinners Club

OFFICERS PRESIDENT Mitch Ka‘aiali‘i, Football ’89-’91 1ST VICE PRESIDENT K. Mark Takai, Swimming ’85-’89 2ST VICE PRESIDENT Taryn Kumamoto, Cheerleading ‘93-‘94,’95-‘98 SECRETARY Leanna Lui, Cheerleading ’94-‘99 TREASURER Andy Lachman, Swimming ’00-‘03 PAST PRESIDENTS Don Weir, Football ’72-’73 MaryAnn Sacharski, Cheerleading Coach ’78-’82 Jim Donovan, Football ’81-’82 Wes Kimura, Baseball ’79-’82 Charles Araki, Football, Track ’52-’56 Riley Mende, Baseball ’72-’75 Artie Wilson, Basketball, Baseball ’70-’74 BOARD MEMBERS Daniel Arakaki, Swimming ’78-’82 Charles Araki, Football, Track ’52-’56 Erika Buder-Nakasone, Cheerleading ’94-‘97 Brian Derby, Football ’81- ’85 Ed Gayagas, Basketball, Track ’57-‘60 Wes Kimura, Baseball ’79-’82 Daniel Lau, Baseball, Track’40-’41 Tim Lyons, Football ’79-’81 Les Matsubara, Baseball ’55-’59 Riley Mende, Baseball ’72-‘75 Rich Miano, Football ’80-’85 Sam Moku, Football ’83-’86 Kenneth Nagatani, Track ’53-’55 Amanda Paterson, Soccer ’96-’98 Eugene Price, Football ’76-’80 MaryAnn Sacharski, Cheerleading Coach ’78-’82 Cliff Sanchez, Basketball ’76-’81 Gordon Scruton, Track ’54-’55 Tom Shimabuku, Boxing ’51-’55 Douglas Vaioleti, Football ’90-‘92 Don Weir, Football ’72-’73 Artie Wilson, Basketball, Baseball ’70-’74 Ross Yamasaki, Football ’89

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The UH Letterwinners Club was formed in 1997 in order to promote pride and fellowship amongst letterwinners and to provide assistance to past and present athletes. The LWC holds receptions at the clubhouse on the UH Manoa campus. At these gatherings, former athletes have the opportunity to get together and reminisce about their playing days. Aside from enjoying the company of former athletes, the LWC moves beyond socialization by giving back to current student-athletes by donating laptop computers to the Nagatani Academic Center. With the help of these computers, student-athletes on the road are able to keep up with the demands of school while traveling. Some current lifetime members include former UH football head coach June Jones; radio personality Larry Price (football, men’s volleyball, track); former dean of the UH College of Education, Dr. Charles Araki (football, track); UH men’s basketball color analyst Artie Wilson (men’s basketball, baseball); chairman of the board and director of the Finance Factors family of companies, Daniel Lau (baseball, track); former UH men’s basketball head coach Bob Nash (men’s basketball); Mahina Eleneki Hugo (women’s volleyball), head of La Pietra School for Girls in Honolulu; and current University of Hawai‘i associate athletics director, Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano (women’s volleyball), and UH women’s basketball head coach Dana Takahara-Dias (women’s basketball). The sole requirement of joining the LWC is to have been listed for at least one year on a roster of any sport recognized by the Athletics Department. LWC benefits include a 50% discount on one season ticket for the sport of your choice, exclusive e-mails, and tickets to designated receptions and games in Honolulu. The LWC has recently become a chapter of the UH Alumni Association and LWC members can receive UHAA benefits as well.

For more information on the UH Letterwinners Club, log onto HawaiiAthletics.com/lwc or contact: Letterwinners Club Office at uhletwin@hawaii.edu or call (808) 956-6523.

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Academic Services

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

ACADEMIC STAFF

RON CAMBRA

Asst. Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education

JENNIFER MATSUDA Department Chair Student-Athlete Academic Servies

KARI AMBROZICH

GARRETT CLANIN

JULIE TERLAJE

COURTNEY TSUMOTO

Advisor

Advisor

Advisor

Advisor

SARA NUNES-ATABAKI Advisor

BRANDY KAWASAKI

Admin. & Fiscal Assistant

STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES Academic and athletics go hand-in-hand for student-athletes at UH Manoa. To be successful in both areas, students must learn to balance the various demands in their everyday college life. Student-Athlete Academic Services, part of the Office of the Assistant Vice-Chancellor for Undergraduate Education, provides the academic support that student-athletes often need to maintain and fine-tune this balancing act. The SAAS advisors (assigned as team advisors) get to know their student-athletes well, assisting them in their academic and personal development. They help studentathletes register for appropriate classes each semester, choose a major, set goals and develop an academic plan towards graduation. SAAS staff also provide special programs and services to meet individual needs, including tutoring and academic mentoring to the approximately 500 student-athletes that participate in UH’s 19 intercollegiate sports. SAAS advisors are specialist faculty who work closely with Dr. Ron Cambra, Asst. ViceChancellor for Undergraduate Education, and the Athletics Department staff in a collaborative effort to support student-athletes academically.

ALL-TIME CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1970-71 1996-97 2002-03 Tony Nakazawa Angelica Ljungquist Costas Theocharidis Football, 2nd team W Volleyball, 2nd team M Volleyball, 1st team* Carl English 1971-72 1997-98 M Basketball, 3rd team Don Satterlee Chris Shinnick * - selected At-Large Football, 2nd team Football, 1st team Team Member of the Year 1977-78 Rick Wagner Football, 2nd team 1987-88 William Bell Football, 2nd team 1992-93 Tracy Loo Softball, 1st team Jason Elam Football, 2nd team

2001-02 Dejan Miladinovic M Volleyball, 1st team Costas Theocharidis M Volleyball, 2nd team Predrag Savovic M Basketball, 3rd team

2004-05 Joelle Sugai W Soccer, 3rd team 2006-07, 2007-08 2008-09 Annett Wichmann Track & Field, 3rd, 2nd and 1st team

2003-04 Michael Kuebler M Basketball, 1st team 2010-11 Lily Kahumoku Kealoha Pilares W Volleyball, 2nd team Football, 1st team Kurt Boehm Jonas Umlauft M Swimming, 3rd team M Volleyball, 2nd team

NAGATANI ACADEMIC CENTER The Nagatani Academic Center (NAC), funded by the late Bob Nagatani, was constructed in 1999. The NAC is equipped with two computer labs and remains open an average of 70 hours each week. The center also serves as a space for study halls and tutoring sessions, and it houses the offices of SAAS, Student Services and Compliance staff. 2011 RAINBOW WAHINE SOCCER

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I CHAMPS/ Life Skills

Student-Athlete Development

• Commitment to Academic Excellence: To support the academic progress of the student-athlete towards intellectual development and graduation. (Nagatani Academic Center) • Commitment to Athletic Excellence: To build philosophical foundations for the development of athletic programs that are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to the well-being of the student-athlete. (Teams, Coaches, Trainers, Staff, Equipment, Facilities)

CINDY ROTE

Director of StudentAthlete Development

• Commitment to Personal Development: To support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes, encouraging emotional well-being, leadership, personal growth and decision-making skills. (SAAC Leadership Retreat, Drug, Alcohol, Nutrition and Mental Training Workshops)

• Commitment to Career Development: To encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue career and life goals. (Launch a Rainbow, career fairs, resume and interview workshops) • Commitment to Service: To engage the student-athlete in service to his or her campus and surrounding communities through C.A.R.E (Collegiate Athletes Reaching Everywhere).

UH STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT MISSION STATEMENT

SAAC: STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Builds leadership skills and enhances interpersonal relationships. SAAC provides an on-going vehicle for communication between student-athletes and the intercollegiate athletics department on issues of mutual interest at the local and national levels. SAAC members contribute valuable input on how to continually improve the experience of the UH student-athlete and the athletic program as a whole, two student-athletes from each athletic team are appointed to serve on SAAC. UH SAAC Chairs represent the university in the WAC SAAC, which meets monthly via teleconference. Annually, the WAC SAAC meets in person to address student-athlete issues. This year, UH student-athlete Jessica Stacy (swimming) will represent Hawai‘i and the WAC on the 2010-11 NCAA SAAC Board. Jessica is the first UH student-athlete to have this honor.

The mission of the NCAA is to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the campus educational program and the athlete as an integral part of the student body. At the University of Hawai‘i, we believe that the development of the whole student-athlete (athletically, academically and personally) is crucial to their success in college and, more importantly, in life once their sport participation is over. We strive to help all student-athletes achieve an overall commitment to excellence by fostering individual development and providing an environment of total support.

LIFE SKILLS The Life Skills program enables the studentathletes to take part in interactive classes, programs, workshops and community service projects • Use Athletics as a learning tool for achievement in everyday life. • Support students towards intellectual development and their educational experiences. • Help student-athletes explore and pursue career opportunities. • Promote responsibility in student-athletes’ personal and social lives. • Enable student-athletes to make meaningful contributions to the community. • Foster growth in decision-making and planning. • Build leadership skills and enhance interpersonal relationships.

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Compliance WHO IS AN ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETE?

COMPLIANCE

AMANDA PATERSON

Director of Compliance

CHRISTAL CUADRA

Compliance and Eligibility Assistant

The UHM Compliance Office is dedicated to a comprehensive program that educates its student-athletes, prospective student-athletes, staff, community members and boosters about the importance of adhering to NCAA, WAC and institutional rules and ensures and promotes institutional control over the Athletics Department. We implore all students, coaches, staff, community members and boosters to be diligent in adhering to these rules. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask first before you act. Amanda Paterson Director of Compliance University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Phone: (808) 956-4501 Email: apaterso@hawaii.edu

WHO IS A BOOSTER (OR “REPRESENTATIVE OF UH ATHLETICS INTERESTS”)? Under NCAA rules, you are a booster if: • You have been a member of a booster organization that supports UHM Athletics; • You have made any financial donation to UHM Athletics; • You have been a season-ticket holder; • You have provided benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their relatives or friends. Also remember: once a booster, always a booster—for life.

WHO IS A PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETE? A prospective student-athlete is any individual who has begun classes for the ninth grade, regardless of his or her athletic participation. In men’s basketball, a prospective student-athlete is anyone who has started classes in the seventh grade. It is possible for younger students to be prospects if the individual is provided financial assistance or other benefits that are not provided to prospective students generally.

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An individual becomes an enrolled studentathlete, and is no longer a prospect, upon his or her first participation in official practice activities or attendance at the first day of classes at UHM during the regular academic year, whichever occurs first. The individual retains the status of enrolled student-athlete for so long as he or she remains a member of a team while attending UHM as a full-time student.

DO’S & DON’T—BOOSTERS & PROSPECTS Under NCAA rules, a booster MAY: • Attend events where prospects are present. • Continue normal contacts with prospects with whom they have a pre-established relationship. • Arrange employment for a prospect after he or she has completed high school. • Notify UHM coaches of prospects who may be strong additions to UHM athletic teams. Under NCAA rules, a booster may NOT: • Contact prospects or be involved in the recruitment of prospects in any way. • Contact a prospect’s coach, principal or counselor in an attempt to evaluate a prospect. • Visit the prospect’s institution to pickup films or transcripts to assist in UHM’s evaluation of the prospect. • Make arrangements for a prospect or a prospect’s family or friends to receive money or financial aid of any kind. • Provide a prospect or a prospect’s family or friends with free or reduced-price tickets to attend an athletics event. • Arrange employment for a prospect’s family member or friends. • Provide a prospect or the prospect’s family or friends with a gift or benefit of any kind, including clothing, free or reduced-cost housing, use of a car, equipment, apparel, meals and transportation. • Provide a loan to, or co-sign a loan for, a prospect or a prospect’s family or friends. • Entertain a high school, prep school or twoyear college coach.

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I DO’S & DON’TS…BOOSTERS & ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETES Under NCAA rules, a booster MAY: • Provide an enrolled student-athlete with an occasional meal (maximum 3 times per year) as long as:  It is reported to the Compliance Office before the meal occurs; It takes place in the locale of UHM; It is provided in the booster’s home (i.e., no restaurants); and It is restricted to infrequent or special occasions. • Employ an enrolled student-athlete as long as: The student completes and submits the work approval form to the Compliance Office; The student is compensated only for work actually performed at the going rate in that locale for similar services; The student is not hired based on publicity, reputation or fame obtained due to athletics ability; The student is not provided with any benefits not enjoyed by all other employees. • Have contact with an enrolled student-athlete. • Contribute money or make donations in-kind. A booster may contribute money to an athletics team, provided the funds benefit the team in general and are not earmarked for a particular student-athlete. In addition, a booster may make donations in-kind for the benefit of a team (e.g., equipment, practice/competition apparel). Under NCAA rules, a booster may NOT: • Provide an enrolled student-athlete with any extra benefit. The general rule is if the benefit is available to all students, then a student-athlete can also accept the benefit. • The list of impermissible benefits for enrolled student-athletes includes, but is not limited to: —Providing cash or loans in any amount. —Co-signing a loan. —Providing gifts of any kind, including birthday or holiday gifts. —Providing free or reduced-cost housing. —Providing meals (except for occasional home meals as noted above), clothing, transportation, or the use of an automobile. —Providing special discounts for goods or services (e.g., discount car repairs, legal services, haircuts). —Providing an honorarium for a speaking engagement. • Involve student-athletes in commercial advertising. NCAA rules do not permit a student-athlete’s name, picture, or appearance to be used to advertise, recommend or promote the sale or use of a commercial product or service of any kind. Under certain specified conditions, however, a studentathlete may be involved in charitable, educational and non-profit promotional activities. Any such activities require the prior approval of the Athletics Department. If you would like a UHM student-athlete to be involved in a community service program, please contact Cindy Rote, Director of Student Services, at (808) 956-4325. 63


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Athletic Training

ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF

Head Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

JAYSON GOO

TAKASHI MORIBE

LYN NAKAGAWA

RENAE SHIGEMURA

BRIAN WONG

ERIC OKASAKI

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Justine Hamer Carol Hernandez Sienna Handegard Kohhei Ohnishi

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Richard Wu

MEDICAL CONSULTANTS

DR. JOHN AOKI

DR. ROBERT ATKINSON

DR. SPENCER CHANG

DR. KIMO HARPSTRITE

DR. ELIZABETH IGNACIO

DR. BYRON IZUKA

DR. ROBERT KAGAWA

DR. DARRYL KAN

DR. JAY MARUMOTO

DR. CALVIN OISHI

DR. GEOFF REYNOLDS

DR. RON REYNOLDS

DR. DANIEL SINGER

DR. KIM WISCHMAN

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Serving nearly 500 student-athletes in 19 intercollegiate programs at the University of Hawai‘i Athletics Department is all in a day’s work for the UH athletic training staff. Eric Okasaki, an athletic trainer at UH for over 30 years, heads the staff. He has seen the department grow by leaps and bounds. Okasaki was the athletic trainer for the 1980 Rainbow baseball team and the 2010 Rainbow Wahine softball team who both advanced to their respective College World Series. Okasaki oversees and services all the other UH sports in between. Okasaki is assisted by five veteran assistant athletic trainers in Jayson Goo, Takashi Moribe, Lyn Nakagawa, Renae Shigemura and Brian Wong. In addition, certified graduate assistants and athletic training students help in the overall operation of the athletic training facility. The athletic training staff also includes a medical staff, comprised of team physicians and a number of consultants from throughout the community. They attend most UH-hosted events to provide assistance to the athletic training staff. The medical staff conducts general physicals and orthopedic examinations on each studentathlete to ensure they meet the minimum requirements necessary to compete in Division I athletics.

The athletic training staff is responsible for the care, prevention, evaluation and rehabilitation for each of the student-athletes in their respective athletic programs. All graduate assistants and full-time staff are certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and travel with various athletics programs. The Saake Athletic Training Room features treatment and taping areas, walk-in hot and cold therapy pools, and offices for the team physician and staff. There are also four other athletic training rooms on the UH lower campus: the Mauka Athletic Training Room and facilities at the Les Murakami Stadium, the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium and Stan Sheriff Center. Each are equipped with the latest technological resources on injury prevention and rehabilitation. Isokinetic and cardiovascular machines, electrical modalities and X-ray units are available. The athletic training staff also works with the Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences (KRS) program in providing a clinical setting for athletic training students to work on their master’s degrees at the University and towards NATA certification.

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STRENGTH STAFF

TOMMY HEFFERNAN

GRANT STEEN

Strength Coach

Assistant Strength Coach

Strength Training Staff (sitting from left): Grant Steen (Assistant Strength Coach); Tommy Heffernan (Director of Strength and Conditioning); Ian Hasegawa (Student Assistant). Back row: James Chassin (Graduate Assistant); Kamalei Magnani (Graduate Assistant); Mike Johnson (Graduate Assistant).

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Strength & Conditioning

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

Since its construction in 1994, the Alexander C. Waterhouse Physiology Research and Training Facility has provided University of Hawai‘i student-athletes the tools to excel with quality strength training in their respective sports. Strength and conditioning coach Tommy Heffernan heads the staff along with assistant Grant Steen and graduate assistants Kamaki Magnani, Mike Johnson, and James Chassin. Heffernan and his team provide guidance and observe approximately 450 UH student-athletes for optimal performance and injury prevention. The student-athletes are granted the opportunity to utilize various strength, flexibility and conditioning methods, along with an education in body-type testing and nutrition for the athletes to develop optimal individual performance and injury prevention. From the moment the student-athletes enter UH, the staff keeps records to chart each one’s career progression. The 10,000-square-foot facility is named after the late Alexander C. Waterhouse, who was inducted to the UH Circle of Honor in 1997. Waterhouse, a lifelong supporter of Hawai‘i athletics, was the founder and chairman of the Na¯ Koa Football Booster Club and a member of the ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue Board of Directors. Before his passing in March 1999, Waterhouse presented the University with a $300,000 contribution to establish one of the finest training facilities in the country.

ALEXANDER C. WATERHOUSE TRAINING FACILITY QUICK FACTS 10,000 square feet of room More than $300,000 worth of high-tech strength and conditioning equipment The late

23,000 pounds of free ALEC WATERHOUSE weights from YORK Barbell molded with custom UH logos 18 Werksan Olympic sets of plates 6 Open Olympic platforms HAMMER STRENGTH machines used by NFL and NBA teams BEAR machines for squatting and jump training SAMSON Power Racks

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I 1. Aloha Stadium Home of the Warrior football team since 1975. The 50,000-seat stadium has also served as home to NFL’s Pro Bowl and the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl. This season the Warriors will be playing on newly installed Field Turf (2011).

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2. Athletics Complex Houses athletic administration, staff and coaches’ offices. Also features two practice gyms, academic center, locker, equipment and training rooms. 3. Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex The Clarence T. C. Ching Field, the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa’s only on-campus, all-purpose track and field, football, soccer and recreational facility, will be transformed into the Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex to more fully realize its potential as a center of intercollegiate, student and community events. The complex is slated to be built in 2012.

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4. Les Murakami Stadium Home to the baseball team and renamed in 2002 after the former coach who guided the Rainbows for 31 years. The LMS seats 4,312. 5. Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex Home to the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams and women’s water polo team. Named after the great Hawaiian Olympic swimmer and surfer, the DKAC seats 2,000.

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6. Alexander Waterhouse Training Facility The 10,000-square-foot facility features state-ofthe-art training equipment. 7. Practice Fields Two grass practice fields for the football and women’s soccer teams. 8.Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium Home to the women’s soccer team since 2000. Located off the shores of Pearl Harbor, the WPSS seats 4,500. 9. Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium Home to the softball team. Renovated to seat 1,200 in 1998 and in 2008 a clubhouse and athletic training room was added behind the first base dugout. 10. UH Tennis Complex Home to the men’s and women’s tennis teams. Underwent major renovation in 2004. Seats approximately 1,000. 11. Stan Sheriff Center Home to the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams since 1994. The facility seats 10,300 and has hosted the 1998 & 2004 NCAA men’s volleyball championships and the 1999 NCAA women’s volleyball championship. A new $2 million Daktronics scoreboard will be unveiled at the women’s volleyball season opener in August 2011.

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2011 University of Hawai'i Women's Soccer Media Guide  

2011 University of Hawai'i Women's Soccer Media Guide