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2010 SCHEDULE Date 8/14 8/20 8/22 8/27 8/29 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29 11/4-7 11/12

Opponent Time (PT) SAC STORM (Exhibition) 4:30 PM UC DAVIS 5:00 PM SAN DIEGO STATE 1:00 PM at San Jose State 7:00 PM at Pacific 6:00 PM at Long Beach State 1:00 PM NEVADA% 2:30 PM MENLO COLLEGE 3:30 PM FRESNO STATE% 3:30 PM vs. Cal State Bakersfield^ 3:30 PM at Seattle^ 1:30 PM MONTANA* 4:00 PM EASTERN WASHINGTON* 1:00 PM at Northern Arizona* 3:00 PM at Northern Colorado* 1:00 PM at Idaho State* 5:00 PM WEBER STATE* 1:00 PM at Portland State* 4:00 PM Big Sky Tournament TBA NCAA First Round TBA

* Big Sky Conference Matches % Doubleheader with men’s soccer ^ Seattle University Tournament

RETURNING STAT LEADERS GOALS Kelsey O’Donnell (4) Cori Shreve (3) ASSISTS Elece McBride (3) Cori Shreve (2) POINTS Kelsey O’Donnell (8) Cori Shreve (7) SHOTS Cori Shreve (34) Megan Burg (28) SAVES Savannah Abercrombie (75) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Savannah Abercrombie (0.70)

Quick Facts Location:............................. Sacramento, Calif. Founded:................................................ 1947 Enrollment:.......................................... 29,326 President:....................Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director.....................Dr. Terry Wanless Faculty Athletics Rep.................. Dr. Steve Perez Senior Women’s Administrator........ Lois Mattice Nickname:........................................... Hornets Colors:...................................... Green & Gold Media Relations Director................Brian Berger Assistant Director............................ Ryan Bjork Assistant Director (Soccer)...............Joe Waltasti Office Phone:............................916-278-6896 Fax Machine:............................916-278-5429 Cell Phone:...............................847-651-6441 E-mail:................................. waltasti@csus.edu Athletic Website:............ www.hornetsports.com

Women’s Soccer Information Conference:........................Big Sky Conference Affiliation:.............................. NCAA Division I Home Site:..............Hornet Soccer Field (1,500) Press Row Phone:......................847-651-6441 Head Coach:.............................. Randy Dedini. Alma Mater:........................ Sonoma State, ‘92 Record at Sacramento State:..............29-17-12. Experience................................. Fourth Season Overall Record:....................................... Same. Assistant Coach:...................Maureen Whitney Soccer Office Phone..................916-278-5281 2009 Overall Record:..............................8-5-5 2009 Big Sky Record:...................... 3-2-2 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:................. 14/10 Starters Returning/Lost:............................. 7/4 Newcomers:................................................. 9 Redshirts Returning........................................ 2

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. 00 Savannah Abercrombie GK 1 Shelby Tomasello GK 2 Jami Shimada MF 3 Jordan Carlberg F/MF 5 Cheyenne Hayden MF 6 Erin Tarantino F 9 Gabriela Trenton MF 10 Lauren Garcia D 11 Elece McBride F/MF 12 Shea Roberts D 13 Victoria Ramirez MF 14 Shelby Salvacion F/MF 15 Laura Bahno D/MF 17 Krystal Moreno F/MF 18 Kelsey O’Donnell F 19 Felicia Novoa D/MF 21 Jessica Castaño MF 22 Caitlin Pulver F/MF 23 Megan Burg MF 24 Paige Tucker D/MF 26 Leah Larot F 28 Danielle Hollister F 29 Ana Vazquez MF 30 Kimberly Mata GK 31 Cori Shreve D/MF

Ht. 5-10 6-0 5-2 5-4 5-5 5-2 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-2 5-9 5-2 5-9 5-7 5-3 5-5 5-6 5-9 5-1 5-6 5-0 5-8 5-8

Yr.-Exp. Hometown/Last School Jr.-2V Sacramento, Calif./El Camino HS Jr.-JC San Ramon, Calif./Ohlone JC Fr.-HS Bellevue, Wash./Newport HS So.-1V Turlock, Calif./Turlock HS Fr.-RS Winnetka, Calif./El Camino Real HS Sr.-3V Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande HS Fr.-HS SJ Capistrano, Calif./Capistrano Valley HS Fr.-HS Folsom, Calif./Folsom HS Jr.-2V Antelope, Calif./Oakmont HS Jr.-1V Folsom, Calif./UC Irvine So.-1V Sacramento, Calif./Valley HS Fr.-HS San Jose, Calif./Branham HS Jr.-1V Windsor, Calif./San Diego State Jr.-JC Anchorage, Alaska/Diablo Valley JC So.-1V El Dorado Hills, Calif./Oak Ridge HS Sr.-1V Sacramento, Calif./American River JC So.-1V Fremont, Calif./Washington HS Jr.-2V Roseville, Calif./Roseville HS So.-1V Elk Grove, Calif./Bradshaw Christian HS Jr.-2V Folsom, Calif./Folsom HS Sr.-3V San Jose, Calif./Evergreen Valley HS Fr.-HS Woodinville, Wash./Woodinville HS Fr.-HS Watsonville, Calif./Watsonville HS Fr.-HS Stockton, Calif./Saint Mary’s HS Sr.-3V Pleasanton, Calif./Foothill HS

Head Coach: Randy Dedini, Fourth Season (Sonoma State ‘93) Assistant Coach: Maureen Whitney, Eighth Season (Sacramento State, ‘01) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jennifer Lawrence, Second Season (Sacramento State, ‘08) Undergraduate Assistant Coach: Janet Long, First Season

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RANDY DEDINI FOURTH SEASON AS HEAD COACH SONOMA STATE, 1993

Randy Dedini, the 2007 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, returns for his fourth season at the helm of the Hornet program. With a career record of 29-17-12, Dedini has never had a losing season on the Hornet sidelines and has coached 13 first- or second-team all-Big Sky selections, including offensive player of the year, Katie McCoy, in 2007. Sacramento State went 8-5-5 in 2009 (3-2-2 Big Sky) in Dedini’s third season as head coach. The Hornets had the stingiest defense in the conference, allowing just 13 total scores in ‘09 while netting 20 goals on offense. Savannah Abercrombie was named three-time Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week and seven players were given all-conference honors, including a first-team selection for Cori Shreve. The Hornets produced their third straight winning season in 2008, the second straight with Dedini as head coach. The team finished with a 9-8-2 overall record, including a 3-3-1 mark inside of Big Sky play. Two Hornets, Kim Kemper and Kara Taylor, earned first team all-Big Sky honors, while Ashley Forbes, Sarah Howard, Shreve and Christina Trenton earned honorable mention honors. Kemper also became the second straight Hornet to win the Big Sky Golden Boot award, given to the league’s leading scorer. Under the guidance of Dedini in 2007, his first season as head coach, the Hornets made the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history after collecting their first-ever Big Sky Tournament title. The Hornets also won the Big Sky regular season title for the first time in school history, while posting a program-record 12 wins. For his efforts, Dedini earned conference coach of the year honors, becoming the first coach in program history to do so. Dedini oversaw nine Hornets who earned all-Big Sky honors during his first season, including Big Sky Offensive MVP Katie McCoy. McCoy was also named Big Sky Tournament MVP, and earned the conference’s Golden Boot award. As an assistant from 2004-06, Dedini oversaw the team’s ascension into the top of the Big Sky standings. During the fall of 2006, the women’s program reached the Big Sky Tournament championship game for the first time in program history. The team’s 10-7-4 record was also a then program-best until the 2007 team bettered that mark. In 2006, a highly-touted recruiting class made major contributions during the year. The program’s 30 goals during the season were fueled by Dedini’s aggressive offensive approach and the ability of the newcomers to contribute immediately. Sacramento State also outshot its opponents 172-106. Dedini began in 2004 with the Hornets, serving as the goalkeeper coach. During that year, freshman keeper Brittany Auernig was named Rookie of the Year after making eight starts and 59 saves. In 2005, Dedini made the move to top assistant. The Hornets’ recruiting efforts and change in their philosophy of play paid off with a then program-best second place finish in the conference standings and an 8-8-3 overall record. The team also advanced to the Big Sky Tournament for the first time since 2001. Dedini’s offensive approach meshed well with a young group of skilled players. In addition to assisting in all aspects of the women’s soccer program, Dedini was director of the women’s soccer summer camps his last two years as an assistant. Before coming to Sacramento State, Dedini spent five seasons as the assistant coach of the men’s varsity soccer team for Quaker Valley High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 2002, the team won the state championship. Dedini also spent five years playing with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the A-League, winning awards such as team MVP, Iron Man and the century award for breaking the 100-cap mark. He began his 11-year professional career after playing two years at Sonoma State as the starting goalkeeper and graduating with a B.S. in kinesiology. In 1993, he was an All-American, and in 1992 and 1993, he received all-conference honors. Dedini is a Northern California native, graduating from Vacaville High School in 1988 and playing for two seasons at American River College. He and his wife, Katie, have two daughters, Jordyn and Jaycie and one son, Jake.

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MAUREEN WHITNEY EIGHTH SEASON AS ASSISTANT COACH SACRAMENTO STATE, 2001

Maureen Whitney will begin her fourth season as the top assistant under head coach Randy Dedini. She is a familiar face to the women’s soccer program, with a previous stint as an assistant from 2000-03. She also served as the co-camp director of the Hornets’ summer soccer camps over those four years, a position she resumed from 2007-08. Whitney assists with the day-to-day duties of the women’s soccer program, including recruiting and on field coaching. In her eight seasons as an assistant coach, Whitney has helped coach Hornet players to 18 first- or secondteam all-Big Sky Conference selections, in addition to 26 honorable mentions. Whitney, who graduated from Sacramento State in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, was a two-sport athlete for the Hornets, competing from 1998-2000 in soccer and softball. As a defender for the women’s soccer team, she was named Defensive MVP following her senior season, and during her two-year career, played in 24 matches, recording two goals and two assists. She was an assistant coach on the under-18 National Championship squad at San Juan in 2006. All told, Whitney has spent the past seven years developing young talent throughout the local youth competitive soccer ranks. An accomplished athlete, Whitney has spent nine seasons playing for the California Storm of the Women’s Professional Soccer League. A fivetime all-star, Whitney has captained the Storm along with Brazilian soccer icon, Sissi, and has played alongside former and current national team players such as Brandi Chastain and Leslie Osborne. The Storm have reached the national championship match five times with Whitney on the field, winning the title twice, and in 2005, Whitney received the honor of WPSL MVP. Whitney did not begin playing soccer until the age of 19. Already a two-sport athlete at Walla Walla Community College playing basketball and softball, Whitney was asked to join the soccer program in its first year of existence. She completed her eligibility at Walla Walla as a two-time NWACC all-star. Whitney was also a three-sport athlete at Central Kitsap High School, graduating in 1995 after competing in volleyball, basketball and softball.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE SECOND SEASON AS VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT SACRAMENTO STATE, 2008

Jennifer Lawrence begins her second season as the volunteer assistant coach of the women’s soccer team after playing four seasons with the Hornets from 2005-08. Lawrence was a goalkeeper in her playing career and works with the current squad’s netminders in a coaching role. She completed her playing career in 2008 with 37 starts and 49 goals against in 3,522 minutes played. She started a career-high 19 games making 104 saves, the third highest total in school history, and tallying a 1.29 goals against average. A native of of Belmont, Calif. and graduate of Carlmont High School, Lawrence registered 183 career saves which ranks her third all-time in career stops for the Hornets.

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SAVANNAH ABERCROMBIE JUNIOR • GOALKEEPER • 5-10 Sacramento, Calif. (El Camino HS)

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Started all 18 matches in goal for the Hornets...earned second team all-Big Sky Conference honors after posting eight shutouts and a goals against average of 0.70...ranked in the top 40 in the nation in goals against and save percentage (.852)...collected 75 saves...became the first Hornet ever to earn three conference defensive player of the week honors in a season...earned the honor twice in a row after collecting a career-high 11 saves in the Hornets’ 1-0 upset victory over No. 10 Cal...has already set the school’s all-time shutout mark with 16 in two seasons...career 0.69 goals against average ranks number one in program history...is the only goalkeeper in school history with an under one goal a game average...boasts a career record in goal of 15-9-6. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in 13 matches, starting the final 12 in goal...collected a 7-4-1 record in those final 12 matches...posted a school-record 0.68 goals against average while producing eight shutouts, which were the second most in a single season in school history...the eight shutouts also rank fifth on the team’s career charts...stopped 55 shots on the season. 2007 SEASON Redshirted the 2007 season while gaining experience between the posts. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of El Camino HS in Sacramento, Calif...two-year striker for the Eagles in women’s soccer...scored five goals and added seven assists during her senior campaign...earned second team all-Capital Athletic League honors...spent two years in goal on the boy’s soccer team at El Camino...played club ball for the Sacramento United Storm as both a striker and a goalkeeper...led Storm to the title of the Copa Catalunya Championship in Spain in 2006...scored game-winning goal and stopped three penalty kicks in goal in the title game. PERSONAL Born July 15, 1989...parents are Robert & Cindy Abercrombie...major is business administration.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts 2008 (Freshman) 13-12 2009 (Sophomore) 18-18 Total 31-30

Minutes GA GA Avg Saves Save% W L T SO 1189:22 9 0.68 55 .859 7 4 1 8 1675:00 13 0.70 75 .852 8 5 5 8 2864:22 22 0.69 130 .855 15 9 6 16

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LAURA BAHNO

REDSHIRT JUNIOR • DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-9 Windsor, Calif. (San Diego State)

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2009 SEASON Redshirted season due to injury. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Saw action in 16 matches during her first season for the Hornets...started seven straight matches in the midfield during a stretch of non-conference action...tallied nine shots, putting four on frame. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played her first year of collegiate soccer at San Diego State...started 12 games and appeared in 17 for the Aztecs in 2007 on the defensive backline. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Ursuline HS in Santa Rosa, Calif...earned three varsity letters under coach John Gibson...earned first-team all-North Bay League and all-Empire honors as a junior and senior...led the Bears with 15 goals and seven assists in 2006...led Ursuline to the NBL title and the North Coast Section championship in 2005 and 2006...team was ranked No. 1 in the nation to start 2006...played club soccer with Santa Rosa United...led them to the 2005 State Cup title. PERSONAL Born May 15, 1989...parents are Anthony and Diane Bahno...a communication studies major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Sophomore (2008) 16-7 Junior (2009) Redshirt

Goals 0

Assists 0

Points 0

Shots 9

Shot% .000

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MEGAN BURG SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER • 5-6 Elk Grove, Calif. (Bradshaw Christian HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Exciting freshman who saw her role increase as the year progressed...appeared in all 18 matches and made 10 starts, which included nine of the last 10 matches...scored first career goal on Oct. 9 against Northern Arizona... ranked second on the team with 28 shots, putting 11 on frame. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Bradshaw Christian HS in Sacramento...played four years of soccer for head coach Mike Rangel and the Pride...four-time all-Sacramento Metropolitan Athletic League selection...earned first team allleague honors during her final three seasons...scored 32 goals and added nine assists during her senior season, where she was named Metro League MVP...led team to CIF Division VI Sac-Joaquin Section championship...scored both goals in the Pride’s 2-1 victory over Forest Lake Christian in the title game...teamed with fellow Hornet Jessica Gregory to lead the Pride to a league title in 2008...also a four year standout on the basketball team, earning first team all-league honors during her senior season. PERSONAL Born Jan. 22, 1991...parents are John and Shelly Burg...a liberal studies major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 18-10

Goals 1

Assists 0

Points 2

Shots 28

Shot% .036

Shots On Goal SOG% 11 .393

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JORDAN CARLBERG

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER • 5-4 Turlock, Calif. (Turlock HS)

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2009 SEASON Appeared in four matches, making two starts before suffering a season-ending foot injury...redshirted the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Became a valuable bench contributor for the Hornets, seeing time in 18 of the team’s 19 matches, all off the bench...collected her first career assist on Kayelyn Satkowski’s 73rd minute game-winner against Miami on Sept. 19...scored her first career goal, also a game-winner, on Oct. 2 against Nevada...finished the season with a goal and two asssts for four points...took 26 shots, putting 12 on goal. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Turlock HS in Turlock, Calif...four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs and coach Dennis Bishop...led team to the 2008 CIF Sac-Joaquin Section title game...scored 35 goals and tallied 10 assists during her senior campaign...was a two-time all-district selection by the Modesto Bee...was named the Central California Conference MVP in 2007 after leading the section in scoring with 40 goals and 15 assists...had a four-year high school total of 105 goals and 42 assists...played club soccer this past season for the San Juan Spirits. PERSONAL Born Dec. 22, 1989...parents Craig and Charlotte Carlberg...an undeclared major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2008 (Freshman) 18-0 1 2 4 26 .038 12 .462 2009 (Sophomore) RS 4-2 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 Total 22-2 1 2 4 30 .033 15 .500

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JESSICA CASTAÑO SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER • 5-3 Fremont, Calif. (Washington HS)

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Became a constant in the Hornet defensive midfield during her freshman campaign...appeared in all 18 matches, making 16 starts...collected 20 shots, putting five of those attempts on goal...an academic all-Big Sky Conference selection. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Washington HS in Fremont, Calif...two-time Mission Valley Athletic League honoree...led the league in scoring as a sophomore and junior, earning first team honors in 2008...did not compete during her senior season following ACL surgery...competed at the club level for the Mustang Mavericks, and is one of 13 players from the Mustang club system to earn a Division I scholarship in 2009. PERSONAL Born June 15, 1991...parents are Jesus and Norma Castaño...plans to major in pre-nursing.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 18-16

Goals 0

Assists 0

Points 0

Shots 20

Shot% .000

Shots On Goal SOG% 5 .250

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LEAH LAROT

SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-1 San Jose, Calif. (Evergreen Valley HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2009) Tied for third on the team with seven points...scored three goals and added one assist...appeared in all 18 matches, making seven starts...scored a pair of goals against Dominican on Sept. 4...tallied the game-winning goal against Albany on Aug. 28...assisted on Kelsey O’Donnell’s game-winning goal in the Hornets’ 1-0 upset win over 10th-ranked Cal...took 19 shots, putting 13 on goal. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) A speedy forward who possesses one of the conference’s quickest first steps...saw the pitch in all 19 matches as a sophomore, making 11 starts...collected two assists, which came in back-to-back games on Aug. 29 against Seattle and Sept. 5 against UC Riverside...took 16 shots in her second season with the team. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Started seven contests while appearing in all 21 games for the Hornets...scored four goals, with the biggest coming in the Big Sky Tournament semifinals against Portland State...that marked her first career game-winning goal. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Evergreen Valley HS in San Jose, Calif...was a three-year starter for the Cougars for head coach Michelle Sunseri...led the team to the Central Coast Section quarterfinals as a sophomore and was named sophomore of the year by the San Jose Mercury News...four time first team all-Blossom Valley Athletic League selection, including freshman, sophomore, and junior of the year honors in Evergreen Valley’s division...as a senior, scored lone goal of BVAL senior showcase game...played club soccer for the DeAnza Strykers...led team to the State Cup Finals in 2005...member of the 2006 ODP Cal-North State team. PERSONAL Born Aug. 26, 1989...parents are Linda & Daniel Larot...major is communication studies.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2007 (Freshman) 21-7 4 1 9 18 .222 11 .611 2008 (Sophomore) 19-11 0 2 2 16 .000 4 .250 2009 (Junior) 18-7 3 1 7 19 .158 13 .684 Total 58-25 7 4 18 53 .132 28 .528

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ELECE McBRIDE JUNIOR • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER • 5-7 Antelope, Calif. (Oakmont HS)

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Appeared in 14 matches and made three starts...tied for third on the team with seven points...scored points in each of the Hornets’ first four games...scored team’s first goal of the season in a 1-1 tie against rival UC Davis... tallied a goal and an assist against Dominican on Sept. 4...finished the season with 16 shots, putting seven on goal. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Saw action in 15 of the Hornets’ 19 matches, making two starts...tallied her first career assist on Jordan Carlberg’s game-winning goal against Nevada on Oct. 2...provided two assists in the Hornets’ next match on Oct. 5 against UC Santa Cruz, earning her Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week honors...scored her first career goal, a game winner in the 31st minute at Weber State on Oct. 25. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Oakmont HS in Roseville, Calif...a four-time all-league performer, including two all-Pioneer Valley League selections and two all-Sierra Foothill League honors...led the Vikings to the Division III Sac-Joaquin Section title in 2005 as a freshman after scoring the gamewinning goal with seven minutes remaining to defeat Roseville 2-1...was named PVL MVP her sophomore season after leading Oakmont to a perfect 12-0 record in league play...earned Sacramento Bee first team all-metro honors...tallied 10 goals during her junior season and 13 goals during her senior campaign...played her club ball with the San Juan Spirits. PERSONAL Born July, 13, 1990...parents are Jeff McBride and Laurie Kelley-McBride...majoring in criminal justice.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2008 (Freshman) 15-2 1 3 5 17 .059 6 .353 2009 (Sophomore) 14-3 2 3 7 16 .125 7 .438 Total 29-5 3 6 12 33 .091 13 .394

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FELICIA NOVOA

SENIOR • DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-7 Sacramento, Calif. (American River JC)

AS A JUNIOR (2009) Appeared in one match against Dominican on Sept. 4...played 31 minutes...posted one shot on goal. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons at American River Junior College...earned second team DIII All-American honors from the NSCAA after scoring nine goals and adding five assists...led team to a final national ranking of No. 11...also earned first team NSCAA All-Region and all-Big 8 honors...scored 9 goals and dished out 11 assists as a freshman in 2006 HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Kennedy High School in Sacramento...two-time first team all-Metro league and honorable mention all-metro honoree by the Sacramento Bee in 2005...scored nine goals and added an assist in 2005, and scored three goals with three assists in 2004...played club ball with Sac United. PERSONAL Born March 14, 1988...parents are William and Yolanda Novoa...majoring in sociology.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 (Junior)

Matches-Starts 1-0

Goals 0

Assists 0

Points 0

Shots 1

Shot% .000

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KELSEY O’DONNELL SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-9 El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oak Ridge HS)

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AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Standout freshman who played as both a forward and in the defensive backline...led the team in goals with four... honorable mention all-Big Sky Conference honoree...scored game-winning goal in the team’s 1-0 upset over No. 10 Cal on Oct. 2...recorded second game-winning goal of the season at Northern Colorado on Oct. 11...ranked second on the team in minutes played with 1,627...took 18 shots during the season, putting 10 on goal. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills, Calif...did not play high school soccer, competed exclusively for the San Juan Spirts...led the Spirits in goals in 2007 with 38 and 2008 with 47...led the team to four major tournament titles, the 2007 and 2008 California Cup and 2007 and 2008 Portland Cup championships...one of 12 members of the Spirits ‘91 to go on to play collegiately. PERSONAL Born July 20, 1991...parents Brian and Sharon O’Donnell...has one sister, Kristina...an undeclared major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 18-18

Goals 4

Assists 0

Points 8

Shots 18

Shot% .222

Shots On Goal SOG% 10 .556

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CAITLIN PULVER JUNIOR • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER • 5-5 Roseville, Calif. (Roseville HS)

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Appeared in 15 matches off the Hornet bench...scored first career goal against Dominican on Sept. 4...recorded her first career assist against Northern Arizona on Oct. 9, finding Megan Burg with a cross...recorded 12 shots, putting five on frame. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Saw the field in six matches off the Hornet bench...took her first career shot in her Hornet debut at Pacific on Aug. 22. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Roseville HS in Roseville, Calif...was a four-year varsity letterwinner, as well as a four-time all-conference selection for the Tigers...was named the Sierra Foothill League co-MVP after leading the team to the section playoffs..earned Sacramento Bee first team all-metro honors during her senior season...was an honorable mention all-league and honorable mention all-Metro performer during her junior campaign, while being named first team all-league and first team all-metro her sophomore year...was named first team all-league and honorable mention all-metro during her freshman campaign when she led her team with 29 goals and 22 assists...competed at the club level for Placer United...led team to the championship of the Pleasanton Rage College Showcase in 2006...scored 46 goals and had 32 assists during ‘06 season. PERSONAL Born Nov. 11, 1990...parents are Andrew and Denise Pulver...majoring in health science.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2008 (Freshman) 6-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 2009 (Sophomore) 15-0 1 2 4 12 .083 5 .417 Total 21-0 1 2 4 13 .077 5 .385

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VICTORIA RAMIREZ SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER • 5-5 Sacramento, Calif. (Valley HS)

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2009 SEASON Redshirted AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in six matches as a freshman...made first career start vs. Seattle on Aug. 29. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Valley HS in Sacramento...played three years of soccer for head coach David Christian and the Valley Vikings...scored two goals from the midfield during her junior season...played her club ball for Sacramento United and head coach Dave Rubio. PERSONAL Born Oct. 10, 1990...parents Réne Rafael and Lourdes Ramirez...a liberal studies major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts 2008 (Freshman) 6-1 2009 (R-Freshman) Redshirt

Goals 0

Assists 0

Points 0

Shots 0

Shot% .000

Shots On Goal SOG% 0 .000

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SHEA ROBERTS JUNIOR • DEFENDER • 5-8 Folsom, Calif. (UC Irvine)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Started all 18 matches in her first season in the Green and Gold...established herself as one of the top defenders in the Big Sky Conference...earned second team all-conference honors...scored first career goal at Fresno State on Sept. 27...tallied first career assist on Kim Kemper’s goal against Idaho State on Oct. 25. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Started all 19 games during her freshman seson at UC Irvine...played 1,614 minutes on the season, mostly at left-back, good for third on the team. HIGH SCHOOL 2008 graduate of Folsom HS in Folsom, Calif...four year letterwinner for Mike McBride aand the Bulldogs...earned first team all-Delta River League honors on two occasions...teamed with the Hornets’ Paige Tucker...earned co-MVP honors of the DRL in 2008, scoring 10 goals while leading the Bulldogs to an 11-3-4 record...earned first team all-metro honors from the Sacramento Bee...competed at the club level for the San Juan Spirits ‘90, playing alongside 11 other players who are currently in Division I soccer, including teammates Jordan Carlberg, Elece McBride, and Tucker, who all played for head coach John DeMartini. PERSONAL Born Jan. 22, 1991...parents are Troy and Kathy Roberts...majoring in business administration.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts 2009 (Sophomore) 18-18

Goals 1

Assists 1

Points 3

Shots 6

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SENIOR • DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-8 Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2009) A first team all-Big Sky Conference selection...started all 18 games...tied for the team lead in points with eight... scored three goals and added two assists from the midfield...scored first career game-winning goal against Fresno State on Sept. 27...scored other goals against Dominican on Sept. 4 and San Jose State on Oct. 4...led team with 34 shots, putting 11 on goal...ranked third on the team in minutes played with 1,605...aggressive ball winner in the midfield who is also an option to head the ball on set pieces. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Honorable mention all-Big Sky performer...saw action in all 19 games, making 14 starts...played both on the defensive backline and in the midfield over the course of the season...scored first career goal in Hornets’ 4-0 victory at Cal State Bakersfield on Sept. 26. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Appeared in seven matches, making one start during her freshman year. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Foothill HS in Pleasanton, Calif...was a four year letterwinner for the Falcons at the center back position...earned first team all-East Bay Athletic League honors during her senior season...led the Falcons to a 12-2-3 record and a 5-1-3 finish in the EBAL her senior season...played 11 years of club soccer with the Pleasanton Rage...played with six other current Division I soccer players. PERSONAL Born Dec. 18, 1989...parents are Susan and Ted Shreve...majoring in business.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2007 (Freshman) 7-1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 2008 (Sophomore) 19-14 1 0 2 13 .077 6 .462 2009 (Junior) 18-18 3 2 8 34 .088 11 .324 Total 44-33 4 2 10 48 .083 17 .354

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ERIN TARANTINO SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-2 Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande HS)

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AS A JUNIOR (2009) Appeared in 17 matches, making three starts during her junior campaign...scored her second career gamewinning goal in the Hornets’ 2-1 triumph over Northern Arizona...bended a blast from 15 yards out into the top right corner of the net to record one of top goals in the team’s recent history. AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Saw the pitch in 16 matches, making four starts during her sophomore campaign...scored the game-winning goal against Northern Colorado on Oct. 12...provided an assist on Oct. 5 against UC Santa Cruz. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Appeared in 15 matches for the Hornets, making three starts...recorded her first career goal against Menlo on Sept. 23...collected her first assist on Katie Burton’s golden goal in the 101st minute to defeat Weber State on Oct. 12...is a strong player with the ball who put half of her shots during the season on goal. 2006 SEASON Redshirted the season as she continued to recover from a knee injury. HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Casa Grande HS in Petaluma, Calif...possesses the ability to play in the forward line and in the midfield...a varsity starter since her freshman season, helped the Gauchos to the 2002 Sonoma County League championship...played three seasons for the Santa Rosa United Storm under head coach Paul Dixon...helped lead the Storm to the NorCal State championship and advancing to the Western Regional IV quarterfinals in 2004...in 2003, Tarantino was in the training pool for the Region IV ODP team and was also a member of the Cal State North team. PERSONAL Born July 3, 1988...parents are Gary and Laura Tarantino...a communication studies major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2007 (Freshman) 15-3 1 1 3 10 .100 5 .500 2008 (Sophomore) 16-4 1 1 3 8 .125 4 .500 2009 (Junior) 17-3 1 1 3 15 .067 6 .400 Total 48-10 3 3 9 33 .091 15 .455

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JUNIOR • DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-9 Folsom, Calif. (Folsom HS)

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Appeared in 10 matches, making three starts during her sophomore campaign...took two shots during the season, putting one on goal. AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Saw the pitch in 17 of the Hornets’ 19 matches, making 15 starts as a freshman in the defensive backfield...scored first career goal on Oct. 12 in the Hornets’ 4-0 victory over Northern Colorado...took 12 shots in her first season, six of which were on goal...strong, tall defender who is able to win balls away from opposing forwards in the air. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Folsom HS in Folsom, Calif...a two-time all-Delta River League selection...led the league in scoring in 2006 with 19 goals and 7 assists while being named Offensive MVP and earning first-team all-league honors...she spent her final two high school seasons as a defender, adding five goals and four assists in 2007 and three goals in 2008...played her club soccer with the San Juan Spirits...spent her final two years with the club as a center-mid and center-back for head coach John DeMartini. PERSONAL Born March 1, 1990...parents are Tom and Melinda Tucker...a communication studies major.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Matches-Starts Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% Shots On Goal SOG% 2008 (Freshman) 17-15 1 0 2 12 .083 6 .500 2009 (Sophomore) 10-3 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 Total 27-18 1 0 2 14 .071 7 .500

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LAUREN GARCIA FRESHMAN • DEFENDER • 5-5 Folsom, Calif. (Folsom HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Folsom HS in 2010…played three years of varsity soccer for the Bulldogs…was the team’s Rookie of the Year in 2008…helped lead Folsom to the playoffs all three years…played club soccer for the San Juan Soccer Club and the California Development Academy…won numerous tournaments with San Juan including the US Club Regionals, Disney Girls Champions Cup, Portland Cup and California Cup. PERSONAL Born June 9, 1992…has yet to declare a major…parents are Robert and Cathleen Garcia.

CHEYENNE HAYDEN REDSHIRT FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER • 5-5 Winnetka, Calif. (El Camino Real HS)

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2009 SEASON Appeared in one match before suffering a season-ending knee injury...redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of El Camino Real HS in Woodland Hills, Calif...three year letterwinner in soccer for coach Eric Choi...named the Conquistadores offensive MVP in 2009, while earning honorable mention all-West Valley League honors...scored seven goals and added three assists as a senior...competed at the club level for the Camarillo Eagles for eight seasons...member of California ODP program in 2003...participated in the prestigious NIKE/Manchester United Premier Cup in 2005...led Eagles to six tournament titles since 2006, including the 2006 Surf Cup title. PERSONAL Born July 20, 1991...parents are Bill and Patty Hayden...undeclared major...wants to become a psychologist.

DANIELLE HOLLISTER FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-6 Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Woodinville HS in 2010…was named first team all-Kingco 4A as a senior…earned second team honors as a sophomore…led the varsity team in scoring as a sophomore…played club soccer for the Eastside ’91 Red and Crossfire for six years…team advanced to the Surf Cup semifinals and the Washington State Cup finals in 2009. PERSONAL Born March 24, 1992…has yet to declare a major…parents are David and Simo Hollister.

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KIMBERLY MATA FRESHMAN • GOALKEEPER • 5-8 Stockton, Calif. (Saint Mary’s HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of St. Mary’s HS in Stockton, Calif…played four years as a midfielder and goalkeeper…earned all-state honors by ESPN/Rise…was a three-time all-Tri Counties Athletic League honoree at goalkeeper…posted 21 consecutive shutouts as a senior and finished with a goals against average of 0.14…team went 36-0 in her final three league seasons…played club soccer for the Stockton Jaguars. PERSONAL Born Oct. 7, 1992…has yet to declare a major…parents are Gilbert and Toni Mata.

KRYSTAL MORENO JUNIOR • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER • 5-2 Anchorage, Alaska (Diablo Valley JC)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif…was a two-time all-Big 8 Conference selection…played one season as a center midfielder and the other as a center back. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of College Park HS in Pleasant Hill, Calif…played four seasons of varsity soccer as a center mid…helped lead the team to the Diablo Valley Athletic League title in 2006…was a two-time all-DFAL selection. PERSONAL Born Aug. 10, 1989…majoring in communication studies and would like to work in public relations…parents are Gabriel and Esther Moreno.

SHELBY SALVACION FRESHMAN • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER • 5-2 San Jose, Calif. (Branham HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Branham HS in San Jose, Calif…played four years of soccer and ran one year of track for the Bruins…as a senior, she was named second team all-county by The Mercury-News and was the Blossom Valley Athletic League MVP after scoring 12 goals with eight assists…earned first team all-BVAL honors as a junior and was also an all-league selection during her first two seasons…played three years of club soccer for the MVLA Storm…team won the Pleasanton Rage Tournament in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL Born Feb. 6, 1992…majoring in business administration…father is Jose Salvacion.

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JAMI SHIMADA FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER • 5-2 Bellevue, Wash. (Newport HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Newport HS in Bellevue, Wash…competed in soccer, basketball and track for the Knights… earned first team all-Kingco 4A honors as a senior…was named to the Kingco 3A second team as a junior and was honorable mention following her sophomore season…earned the school’s outstanding athlete award as a senior…played club soccer for Eastide FC for eight years…team won the WYSA U-14 state title in 2006…also captured the WYSA Div I league titles in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL Born Sept. 20, 1991…has yet to declare a major…parents are Jon and Vickie Shimada…sister, Kelsey, was a pole vaulter at Washington from 2008-09.

SHELBY TOMASELLO JUNIOR • GOALKEEPER • 6-0 San Ramon, Calif. (Ohlone JC)

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PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons of soccer and softball for Ohlone College in Fremont, Calif…was a first team all-Coast Conference selection at goalkeeper as a sophomore…finished the year with a 1.20 goals against average and 84 saves. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of California HS in San Ramon, Calif…earned all-East Bay Athletic League honors in soccer, softball and water polo…posted 16 shutouts as a senior in 26 games with a GAA of 0.42…was a two-time scholar-athlete honoree. PERSONAL Born Nov. 20, 1990…majoring in early childhood development…parents are Tim and Karen Tomasello.

GABRIELA TRENTON FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER • 5-5 San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (Capistrano Valley HS)

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Capistrano Valley HS in Mission Viejo, Calif…played four years of varsity soccer for the Cougars…was the MVP of the Excalibur Tournament as a senior…played club soccer for Laguna Hills Eclipse… team competed in the premier level of the Coast Soccer League…helped lead the team to the league title in 2009 and also the Blues Cup championship. PERSONAL Born Jan. 13, 1992…majoring in computer engineering…parents are Bob and Ingrid Trenton…sister, Christina, played soccer for Sacramento State from 2006-09.

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ANA VAZQUEZ FRESHMAN • MIDFIELDER • 5-0 Watsonville, Calif. (Watsonville HS)

HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Watsonville HS…played four seasons of varsity soccer as a forward and defender…as a freshman, the team won the Monterey Bay League championship for the first time in school history. PERSONAL Born Jan. 7, 1992…majoring in communication studies…has four brothers…parents are Juan Vazquez and Maria Trevino.

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2009 Record

GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Shot% 18 O’DONNELL, Kelsey 18-18 1627 4 0 8 18 .222 31 SHREVE, Cori 18-18 1605 3 2 8 34 .088 26 LAROT, Leah 18-7 1063 3 1 7 19 .158 11 McBRIDE, Elece 14-3 498 2 3 7 16 .125 16 KEMPER, Kim 18-18 1376 1 3 5 22 .045 17 PULVER, Caitlin 15-0 372 1 2 4 12 .083 10 HOLLOWAY, Danielle 17-16 1084 1 1 3 16 .062 6 TARANTINO, Erin 17-3 785 1 1 3 15 .067 12 ROBERTS, Shea 18-18 1488 1 1 3 6 .167 23 BURG, Megan 18-10 1157 1 0 2 28 .036 9 FORBES, Ashley 17-8 549 1 0 2 11 .091 22 HOPPING, Katelin 17-17 1365 1 0 2 6 .167 7 CASTANO, Jessica 18-16 1333 0 0 0 20 .000 3 CARLBERG, Jordan 4-2 149 0 0 0 4 .000 21 ROSENBERY, Ashley 13-5 458 0 0 0 3 .000 24 TUCKER, Paige 10-3 551 0 0 0 2 .000 20 NOVOA, Felicia 1-0 31 0 0 0 1 .000 19 KARL, Kirsten 1-0 21 0 0 0 1 .000 27 KERWIN, Caitlin 2-0 65 0 0 0 0 .000 14 TRENTON, Christina 18-18 1533 0 0 0 0 .000 8 CRISTINO, Nicole 1-0 35 0 0 0 0 .000 5 HAYDEN, Cheyenne 1-0 35 0 0 0 0 .000 Total............... 18 - 20 14 54 234 .085 Opponents........... 18 - 13 8 34 217 .060

Overall: 8-5-5 Conf: 3-2-2 Home: 5-1-3 Away: 3-4-2 Neutral: 0-0-0

2009 Results DATE 8/23 8/28 8/30 9/4 9/11 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30

OPPONENT at UC Davis ALBANY UC SANTA BARBARA DOMINICAN% PACIFIC at Nevada at San Diego State at Pepperdine at Fresno State at No. 10 Cal SAN JOSE STATE NORTHERN ARIZONA* at Northern Colorado* at Montana* at Eastern Washington* WEBER STATE* IDAHO STATE* PORTLAND STATE*

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

* Big Sky Conference game All ties end after double overtime

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

## GOALTENDERS GP 1 TROJAN, Mandy 1-0 00 ABERCROMBIE 18-18 TM TEAM 0-0 Total............... 18 Opponents.......... 18

SAC 20-234 1.11 .085 100-234 .427 13.0 14 87 0-0 10 0 2315 9/257 0/0

OPP 13-217 0.72 .060 90-217 .415 12.1 8 75 2-3 13 1 3010 9/334

Minutes GA 45:00 0 1675:00 13 0:00 0 1720:00 13 1720:00 20

Avg 0.00 0.70 0.00 0.68 1.05

SOG SOG% GW 10 .556 3 11 .324 1 13 .684 1 7 .438 0 13 .591 1 5 .417 0 7 .438 0 6 .400 1 3 .500 0 11 .393 0 3 .273 1 1 .167 0 5 .250 0 3 .750 0 0 .000 0 1 .500 0 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 100 .427 8 90 .415 5

Save 1 75 5 81 81

Pct W L 1.000 0 0 .852 8 5 1.000 0 0 .862 8 5 .802 4 8

GOALS BY PERIOD Sacramento State Opponents

1st 12 6

2nd 8 7

OT 0 0

OT2 0 0

SHOTS BY PERIOD Sacramento State Opponents

1st 116 104

2nd 103 102

OT 7 6

OT2 8 5

Total 234 217

SAVES BY PERIOD Sacramento State Opponents

1st 32 40

2nd 46 35

OT 1 2

OT2 2 4

Total 81 81

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Sacramento State Opponents

1st 37 34

2nd 45 35

OT 2 3

OT2 3 3

Total 87 75

FOULS BY PERIOD Sacramento State Opponents

1st 94 97

2nd 86 94

OT 2 3

OT2 9 4

Total 191 198

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T Sho 0 0 5 8 0 1 5 9 5 7


2010 SACRAMENTO STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER 2009 BIG SKY FINAL STANDINGS Big Sky Matches Overall Record STANDINGS W L T PTS GF GA W L T GF GA Portland State#* 4-1-2 14 11 5 10-6-4 25 21 Eastern Washington* 4-2-1 13 7 9 7-9-2 26 33 Idaho State* 4-3-0 12 14 10 10-8-0 27 27 Northern Arizona$* 4-3-0 12 13 13 10-8-2 35 33 Sacramento State 3-2-2 11 7 6 8-5-5 20 13 Montana 2-4-1 7 7 10 4-13-1 15 36 Weber State 2-5-0 6 5 13 6-12-0 15 29 Northern Colorado 2-5-0 6 11 9 6-10-1 19 22 * Earned spot in Big Sky Tournament # Won the regular season title and hosted the Big Sky Tournament $ Won the Big Sky Tournament Chamiponship

BIG SKY TOURNAMENT RECAP 2009 BIG SKY TOURNAMENT Host: Portland State Portland, Ore. November 12-15, 2009

CHAMPIONSHIP - Sun., Nov. 15 Northern Arizona def. Idaho State 4-0 SEMIFINALS - Fri., Nov. 13 Idaho State def. Eastern Washington 2-1 Northern Arizona draw Portland State 1-1 (4-3 PKs)

THE BIG SKY CONFERENCE

The Big Sky Conference enters its 48th year of athletic competition in 2010-11. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally I-AA). For the fifth straight year, the Big Sky is a nine-team league. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. Northern Colorado is the newest member of the league, having joined the conference in 2006. The Big Sky Conference was established in

1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added

Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky spreads across eight states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky.

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MATCH RECORDS

GOALS 1. Paula Guarda (1994-97)........................ 35 2. Lisa Wrightsman (1999-02).................... 32 3. Katie McCoy (2004-07).......................... 27 4. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998-99)................ 20 5. Kim Kemper (2006-09).......................... 15

GOALS 1. Katie McCoy (2007)............................... 14 2. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998)..................... 13 3. Lisa Wrightsman (2000)......................... 12 Paula Guarda (1997)............................. 12 5. Paula Guarda (1996)............................. 11

ASSISTS 1. Katie McCoy (2004-07).......................... 22 2. Paula Guarda (1994-97)........................ 18 3. Maggie Murphy (2003-06)..................... 12 Lori Kerswell (1997-01).......................... 12 5. Kristin Hoffman (1997-01)...................... 11 Erin Harrington (1994-97)...................... 11

ASSISTS 1. Katie McCoy (2006 and 2007)................. 7 Kim Kemper (2007)................................. 7 3. Amanda Gray (2007).............................. 6 Maggie Murphy (2006)............................ 6 Katie McCoy (2005)................................. 6 Desirae Feria (2000)................................ 6 Paula Guarda (1997)............................... 6 Paula Guarda (1996)............................... 6

POINTS 1. Paula Guarda (4 goals, 1 assist)...............9. at Mills College – 10/25/94 2. Paula Guarda (3 goals, 1 assist)...............7 vs. UC Davis – 10/12/97 3. Lisa Wrightsman (3 goals)........................6 vs. Hawai’i – 9/30/01 Lori Kerswell (3 goals)..............................6 vs. Nevada – 8/27/00 Paula Guarda (3 goals)............................6 vs. Utah State – 9/26/97 Paula Guarda (2 goals, 2 assists)..............6. vs. Weber State – 9/15/96 7. Seven Players tied....................................5 Most Recent Instances: Danielle Holloway (2 goals, 1 assist)..........5 vs. Menlo - 9/23/07 Kim Kemper (2 goals, 1 assist)..................5 vs. Fresno State - 9/9/07 Katie McCoy (2 goals, 1 assist).................5 vs. Menlo - 9/23/07

POINTS 1. Paula Guarda (1994-97)........................ 86 2. Katie McCoy (2004-07).......................... 76 3. Lisa Wrightsman (1999-02).................... 55 4. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998-99)................ 47 5. Kim Kemper (2006-09).......................... 43 GAMES 1. Tiffany Fraser (2004-08)......................... 80 Sarah Howard (2005-08)....................... 80 Kara Taylor (2005-08)............................ 80 4. Erin Harrington (1994-97)...................... 76 Katie McCoy (2004-07).......................... 76 GAMES STARTED 1. Kara Taylor (2005-08)............................ 80 2. Sarah Howard (2005-08)....................... 77 3. Erin Harrington (1994-97)...................... 76 4. Katie McCoy (2004-07).......................... 72 5. Paula Guarda (1994-97)........................ 71 SHUTOUTS 1. Savannah Abercrombie (2008-pres.)...... 16 2. Stacy Himes (1994-97)........................ 13.5 3. Mandy Trojan (2006-Present).................. 11 4. Kristy Milanese (1998-99)...................... 10 5. Amy Seely (2000-03)............................ 8.5 GOALIE SAVES 1. Stacy Himes (1994-97)......................... 354 2. Amy Seely (2000-03)........................... 251 3. Jenny Lawrence (2005-08)................... 180 4. Kristy Milanese (1998-99).................... 172 5. Mandy Trojan (2006-09)...................... 135 6. Savannah Abercrombie (200-pres.)...... 130

POINTS 1. Katie McCoy (2007)............................... 35 2. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998)..................... 30 Paula Guarda (1997)............................. 30 4. Paula Guarda (1996)............................. 26 5. Lisa Wrightsman (2000)......................... 25 GAMES STARTED 1. Sarah Howard (2006 and 2007)............ 21 Kayelyn Satkowski (2006)...................... 21 Kara Taylor (2006 and 2007)................. 21 Katie McCoy (2007)............................... 21 Maggie Murphy (2006).......................... 21 SHUTOUTS 1. Mandy Trojan (2007)............................... 9 2. Savannah Abercrombie (2009)................ 8 Savannah Abercrombie (2008)................ 8 4. Stacy Himes (1996).................................. 7 5. Jenny Lawrence (2005)............................ 5 Kristy Milanese (1999)............................. 5 Kristy Milanese (1998)............................. 5 GOALIE SAVES 1. Stacy Himes (1996).............................. 123 2. Amy Seely (2001)................................ 108 3. Jenny Lawrence (2005)......................... 104 Stephanie Shaw (2003)........................ 104 5. Dawn Anderson (1995)........................ 103

ASSISTS 1. Amanda Gray vs. NCU (11/11/07).........3 Tisha Smith at Mills (10/25/94)................3 3. Several Players.........................................2 GOALS 1. Paula Guarda at Mills (10/25/94)............4 2. Lisa Wrightsman vs. Hawai’i (9/30/01)....3 Lori Kerswell vs. Nevada (8/27/00)..........3 Paula Guarda vs. UC Davis (10/12/97)....3 Paula Guarda vs. Utah State (9/26/97)....3 SAVES 1. Dawn Anderson vs. Pacific (9/20/95).....20. 2. Amy Seely vs. Saint Mary’s (10/2/01) ...14 Kristy Milanese at IdahoSt (10/22/99)....14. 4. Jenny Lawrence at WeberSt (10/29/05).13 5. Mandy Trojan at Stanford (11/16/07)....12 Stacy Himes at Chico State (10/22/94)...12

GOALS-AGAINST-AVERAGE 1. Savannah Abercrombie (2008)........... 0.68 2. Savannah Abercrombie (2009)........... 0.70 3. Mandy Trojan (2006).......................... 0.99 4. Mandy Trojan (2007).......................... 1.01 5. Danielle Reitnouer (1997).................... 1.04

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HORNET HONORS

SINGLE SEASON Matches......................................... 21, 2006 Most Wins...................................... 12, 2007 Least Wins.................... 3, 1995, 2002, 2004 Losses............................................. 17, 1995 Least Losses....................................... 4, 2007 Ties........................................ 5, 2007, 2009 Team Points .................................. 118, 2007 Most Goals Scored.......................... 42, 2007 Least Goals Scored.......................... 11, 2004 Most Assists.................................... 34, 2007 Goalie Saves................................ 159, 1995 Most Goals Against......................... 64, 1995 Fewest Goals Against...................... 13, 2009 Shutouts......................................... 10, 2007 Most Times Being Shutout................. 13, 2004 Goals Against Average................ 0.69, 2009

ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM 2009 Cori Shreve . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Gray . . . . . . . . . Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . (Offensive MVP) Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . (Co-Defensive MVP) 2001 Lisa Wrightsman . . . . . . . . 2000 Desirae Feria . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Wrightsman . . . . . . . . 1999 Jessica Mackiewicz . . . . . . 1998 Jessica Mackiewicz . . . . . . Kate Mathany . . . . . . . . . 1997 Paula Guarda . . . . . . . . .

GAME Most Goals Scored........................................ ...........................W, 8-0 at Mills (10/25/94) Most Goals Against....................................... .........................L, 8-0 at Stanford (11/2/95) Largest Margin of Victory.............................. ...........................W, 8-0 at Mills (10/25/94) Largest Margin of Defeat.. .........................L, 8-0 at Stanford (11/2/95) STREAKS Winning Streak................................. 5, 1998 Unbeaten Streak............................... 9, 2007 Losing Streak.................................. 11, 2004 Home Winning Streak................ 11, 2006-07 Home Unbeaten Streak........... 15, 2006-2008 Home Losing Streak...................... 6, 1995-96 Road Winning Streak........................ 3, 1994 Road Unbeaten Streak............. 3, 1994, 2007 Road Losing Streak....... 11,1995-97, 2003-04 Consecutive Shutouts......................... 4, 1994

ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM 2009 Shea Roberts . . . . . . . . . . Katelin Hopping . . . . . . . . Christina Trenton . . . . . . . Savannah Abercrombie . . 2007 Sarah Howard . . . . . . . . . 2006 Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Maggie Murphy . . . . . . . . 2004 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Amber Dragomir . . . . . . . 2000 Lori Kerswell . . . . . . . . . . .

So. . . MF Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Fwd So. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Def Jr.. . . Fwd So. . . Fwd Fr.. . . Def Jr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . MF So. . . Fwd Sr. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . MF Sr.. . . Fwd

So. . . Def Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def So. . . GK Jr.. . . MF Jr.. . . MF Jr.. . . MF Fr.. . . MF So. . . Def Jr.. . . Fwd

ALL-BIG SKY HONORABLE MENTION 2009 Kelsey O’Donnell . . . . . . . Fr.. . . Fwd Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . Sr. . . Fwd 2008 Ashley Forbes . . . . . . . . . . Jr.. . . Fwd Sarah Howard . . . . . . . . . Sr.. . . MF Cori Shreve . . . . . . . . . . . So. . . Def Christina Trenton . . . . . . . Jr.. . . Def 2007 Missy Matzen . . . . . . . . . . Jr.. . . Def Christina Trenton . . . . . . . Fr.. . . Def Mandy Trojan . . . . . . . . . . So. . . GK 2006 Beverly Goebel . . . . . . . . . Fr.. . . MF Sarah Howard . . . . . . . . . So. . . MF Kelly Novak . . . . . . . . . . . Sr.. . . Fwd Kayelyn Satkowski . . . . . . Jr.. . . Fwd Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . So. . . Def 2005 Sarah Howard . . . . . . . . . Fr.. . . MF Jenny Lawrence . . . . . . . . Fr.. . . GK Kelly Novak . . . . . . . . . . . Jr.. . . Fwd

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Mandi Siller . . . . . . . . . . . Natalia Romo . . . . . . . . . . Linda Sanchez . . . . . . . . . Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . Jenae Kee . . . . . . . . . . . . Maggie Murphy . . . . . . . . Linda Sanchez . . . . . . . . . Mandi Siller . . . . . . . . . . . Sela Suarez . . . . . . . . . . . Michelle Balzouman . . . . . Stacey Rowell . . . . . . . . . . Katie DeClercq . . . . . . . . . Summer Douglas . . . . . . . Naomi Ennis . . . . . . . . . . Lori Kerswell . . . . . . . . . . . Stacey Rowell . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Casey . . . . . . . . . . . . Summer Douglas . . . . . . . Stacey Rowell . . . . . . . . . . Mattea Stanger . . . . . . . . . Kate Mathany . . . . . . . . . Kristy Milanese . . . . . . . . . Kristy Milanese . . . . . . . . . Monica Almarez . . . . . . . . Stacy Himes . . . . . . . . . . .

ALL-BIG SKY TOURNAMENT 2007 Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Gray . . . . . . . . . Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . Missy Matzen . . . . . . . . . . Katie McCoy (MVP) . . . . . Mandy Trojan . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . Maggie Murphy . . . . . . . . Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Sarah Howard . . . . . . . . . 2001 Katie DeClercq . . . . . . . . . Lori Kerswell . . . . . . . . . . . Mattea Stanger . . . . . . . . . 1997 Paula Guarda . . . . . . . . . Kate Mathany . . . . . . . . . BIG SKY GOLDEN BOOT 2008 Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Jessica Mackiewicz . . . . . . SCHOLAR ATHLETE ALL-REGION First Team 2001 Lori Kerswell . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Stacey Riney . . . . . . . . . . Second Team 2008 Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . .

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Sr.. . . Def So. . . Def. Jr.. . . MF Fr.. . . Def Jr.. . . MF Fr.. . . MF So. . . MF So. . . Def Jr.. . . Def Fr.. . . GK Jr.. . . Def So. . . MF Sr.. . . MF Sr.. . . MF Sr.. . . Fwd So. . . Def Sr.. . . MF So. . . MF Fr.. . . Def Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . MF Sr.. . . GK Jr.. . . GK So. . . MF Sr.. . . GK

Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Fwd So. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Fwd So. . . GK Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . MF So. . . Def Fr.. . . MF So. . . MF Sr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Fwd So. . . Def

Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd

Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd


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WRIGHTSMAN 2000 Lori Kerswell . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Erin Harrington . . . . . . . . Third Team 2005 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Summer Douglas . . . . . . . Naomi Ennis . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Becky Powers . . . . . . . . . .

Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . MF So. . . Fwd Sr.. . . MF Sr.. . . MF Sr.. . . Def

LLOYD O. SNELSON AWARD 2001 Katie DeClercq . . . . . . . . . So. . . MF TEAM MVP 2009 Savannah Abercrombie . . 2008 Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Mandi Siller . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . Stephanie Shaw . . . . . . . . 2002 Stacey Rowell . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Mattea Stanger . . . . . . . . . 2000 Desirae Feria . . . . . . . . . . 1999 Kristy Milanese . . . . . . . . . 1998 Kate Mathany . . . . . . . . . 1997 Erin Harrington . . . . . . . . 1996 Jessica Smith . . . . . . . . . . 1995 Tisha Smith . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Stacy Himes . . . . . . . . . . .

So. . . GK Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Def Fr.. . . MF Fr.. . . Def Fr.. . . GK Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def Jr.. . . MF Sr.. . . GK Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . MF Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Fwd Fr.. . . GK

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 Kelsey O’Donnell . . . . . . . 2008 Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Kim Kemper . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Kayelyn Satkowski . . . . . . 2005 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Katie McCoy . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Maggie Murphy . . . . . . . . 2002 Lisa Wrightsman . . . . . . . . 2001 Lisa Wrightsman . . . . . . . . 2000 Lisa Wrightsman . . . . . . . . 1999 Jessica Mackiewicz . . . . . . 1998 Jessica Mackiewicz . . . . . . 1997 Paula Guarda . . . . . . . . . 1996 Paula Guarda . . . . . . . . . 1995 Tisha Smith . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Paula Guarda . . . . . . . . .

Fr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd So. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd So. . . Fwd Fr.. . . MF Fr.. . . MF Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd So. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Fwd Jr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Fwd Fr.. . . Fwd

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 Christina Trenton . . . . . . . Katelin Hopping . . . . . . . . 2008 Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Marissa Condren . . . . . . . 2004 Mandi Siller . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Mandi Siller . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Michelle Balzouman . . . . . 2001 Mattea Stanger . . . . . . . . . 2000 Mattea Stanger . . . . . . . . . 1999 Maureen Whitney . . . . . . . 1998 Becky Powers . . . . . . . . . .

Sr. . . Def Sr. . . Def Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def So. . . Def Sr.. . . Def Jr. . . . Def So. . . Def So. . . GK Sr.. . . Def Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def

1997 1996 1995 1994

Kate Mathany . . . . . . . . . Jessica Smith . . . . . . . . . . Jessica Smith . . . . . . . . . . Gina Herndon . . . . . . . . .

So. . . Util Sr.. . . Def Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . Def

ROOKIE AWARD 2009 Kelsey O’Donnell . . . . . . . 2008 Paige Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Leah Larot . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Beverly Goebel . . . . . . . . . 2005 Sarah Howard . . . . . . . . . 2004 Brittany Auernig . . . . . . . . 2003 Katie Burton . . . . . . . . . . . Stephanie Shaw . . . . . . . . 2002 Linda Sanchez . . . . . . . . . 2001 Katie DeClercq . . . . . . . . . 2000 Brittany Hijlkema . . . . . . . 1999 Lisa Wrightsman . . . . . . . . 1995 Jennifer Peterson . . . . . . .

Fr . . . Fwd Fr.. . . Def Fr.. . . Fwd Fr.. . . MF Fr.. . . MF Fr.. . . GK Fr.. . . Def Fr.. . . GK Fr.. . . MF Jr.. . . MF Jr.. . . MF Fr.. . . Fwd Sr.. . . Def

COACHES AWARD 2009 Shea Roberts . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Cori Shreve . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Missy Matzen . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Natalia Romo . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Kara Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Amber Dragomir . . . . . . . 2002 Kelly Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natalia Romo . . . . . . . . . .

Jr . . . Def So. . . Def Jr.. . . Def Sr.. . . MF Fr.. . . Def Jr.. . . Def Fr.. . . Util Fr.. . . Util

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER DIV-I ERA RESULTS 1994 9-10-1 Coach Sandra Asimos at San Francisco.............................. L, 4-0 ARIZONA..................................... W, 3-1 at San Francisco.............................. L, 4-0 COLORADO COLLEGE................... W, 3-1 HAWAI’I.......................................... L, 1-0 at UC Davis..................................... L, 4-3 GONZAGA................................... W, 2-1 MILLS COLLEGE......................... W, Forfeit at Stanford...................................... L, 3-0 SAN FRANCISCO............................ L, 5-0 at CS Hayward................................ T, 2-2 at Cal Poly....................................... L, 2-0 at Loyola Marymount....................... L, 2-1 PACIFIC........................................... L, 1-0 SAN FRANCISCO STATE................ W, 3-2 CHICO STATE................................ W, 1-0 at Mills College.............................. W, 8-0 at Pacific....................................... W, 1-0 at Cal Poly Pamona........................ W, 1-0 at UC Irvine..................................... L, 6-0 1995 4-16-0 Coach Sandra Asimos vs. Loyola Marymount...................... L, 6-3 at CS Fullerton................................. L, 5-2 OREGON STATE.............................. L, 1-0 HAWAI’I.......................................... L, 2-0 at California.................................... L, 3-1 at Pacific......................................... L, 3-0 FRESNO STATE................................ L, 5-1 at USC............................................ L, 7-0 at UC Santa Barbara...................... W, 2-1 CS HAYWARD............................... W, 5-0 WYOMING................................... W, 3-0 UC DAVIS........................................ L, 2-0 at Fresno State..........................L, 2-1 (OT) CAL POLY........................................ L, 5-0 UTAH.............................................. L, 1-0 SAN JOSE STATE........................... W, 3-1 vs. Montana..................................... L, 3-0 at Arizona....................................... L, 4-2 at Stanford...................................... L, 8-0 PACIFIC........................................... L, 3-0

1996 6-11-2 Coach Sandra Asimos UC SANTA BARBARA...................... L, 3-1 PACIFIC..................................T, 0-0 (2OT) at San Jose State.............................. L, 5-0 WEBER STATE*.......................T, 6-6 (2OT) CS NORTHRIDGE*......................... W, 1-0 at Saint Mary’s................................. L, 4-0 vs. Portland State*.......................... W, 2-0 at Oregon State............................... L, 3-1 WEBER STATE*.............................. W, 1-0 HAWAI’I.......................................... L, 1-0 FRESNO STATE.............................. W, 1-0 at CS Northridge*.....................L, 1-0 (OT) at Pepperdine.................................. L, 4-0 UC DAVIS........................................ L, 2-1 CS HAYWARD............................... W, 4-0 vs. North Texas................................ L, 4-1 vs. Oregon.................................... W, 5-0 MONTANA*.................................... L, 2-0 at Stanford...................................... L, 3-1 *Big Sky Conference game 1997 6-11-2 Coach Sandra Asimos vs. Auburn....................................... L, 3-2 at Hawai’i................................L, 1-0 (OT) SAN FRANCISCO............................ L, 2-1 ARIZONA...............................T, 0-0 (20T) OKLAHOMA STATE.................T, 2-2 (2OT) at Fresno State................................. L, 1-0 UTAH STATE.................................. W, 3-0 GONZAGA..................................... L, 1-0 at Portland State*........................... W, 2-0 at Oregon State............................. W, 2-1 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT................... L, 2-0 UC DAVIS...................................... W, 4-0 CS NORTHRIDGE*......................... W, 3-1 NORTHERN ARIZONA*................. W, 2-0 at Montana*.................................... L, 4-1 at Weber State*........................L, 2-1 (OT) at San Jose State.............................. L, 2-1 at Pacific......................................... L, 4-0 vs. Weber State#.............................. L, 4-0 *Big Sky Conference game # Big Sky Tournament 1998 9-9-0 (3-4-0) Coach Sandra Asimos PACIFIC........................................... L, 1-0 at San Francisco.............................. L, 2-0 OREGON STATE............................ W, 4-0

LONG BEACH STATE..................... W, 2-1 vs. Fairfield...................................... L, 2-1 SAN JOSE STATE........................... W, 2-1 at Saint Mary’s............................... W, 3-0 HAWAI’I........................................ W, 2-1 at UNLV........................................ W, 2-1 vs. Loyola Marymount...................... L, 1-0 at Northern Arizona*....................... L, 3-0 at CS Northridge*............................ L, 2-0 IDAHO STATE*............................... W, 2-0 at Weber State*............................... L, 3-0 FRESNO STATE (OT)......................... L, 2-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON*............. W, 3-0 MONTANA (OT)*............................ L, 2-1 PORTLAND STATE*......................... W, 2-0 *Big Sky Conference game 1999 8-8-1 (2-4-1) Coach Sandra Asimos GONZAGA................................... W, 3-0 at Pacific......................................... L, 3-0 at Portland State*............................. L, 2-0 at Oregon State............................. W, 2-1 at Saint Mary’s ................................ L, 3-0 vs. Kent......................................... W, 2-0 SAN FRANCISCO.......................... W, 3-0 HAWAI’I........................................ W, 1-0 DENVER........................................ W, 2-1 SAN JOSE STATE............................. L, 1-0 at Fresno State................................. L, 6-1 NORTHERN ARIZONA*................. W, 2-0 CS NORTHRIDGE*........................... L, 2-1 at Idaho State*.........................T, 1-1(2OT) WEBER STATE*................................ L, 2-0 at Eastern Washington*.................. W, 2-1 at Montana*.................................... L, 6-0 *Big Sky Conference game 2000 9-6-2 (4-3-0) Coach Sandra Asimos MEMPHIS...................................... W, 6-2 NEVADA....................................... W, 5-1 at San Jose State............................ W, 2-0 WYOMING............................T, 2-2 (2OT) EASTERN WASHINGTON*............. W, 4-3 PACIFIC..................................T, 0-0 (2OT) at Northern Arizona*....................... L, 2-0 at Arizona State............................... L, 2-0 at Fordham.................................... W, 1-0 at Stonybrook................................ W, 3-0 UC SANTA BARBARA...................... L, 3-2 MONTANA *..........................W, 3-2 (OT)

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1997 TEAM PORTLAND STATE*......................... W, 3-0 at Cal State Northridge*................... L, 3-1 IDAHO STATE*........................L, 2-1 (2OT) at Weber State*............................. W, 1-0 at Montana#.................................... L, 5-0 *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament 2001 5-9-4 (3-3-0) Coach Sandra Asimos MEMPHIS...................................... W, 6-2 at Hawai’i....................................... L, 2-1 at Pacific......................................... L, 2-0 CINCINNATI.................................... L, 1-0 at Eastern Washington*.................. W, 2-0 at Idaho.......................................... L, 3-0 UC RIVERSIDE................................ W, 1-0 HAWAI’I........................................ W, 4-1 at Saint Mary’s................................. L, 4-0 at UC Santa Barbara...............T, 1-1 (2OT) SAN FRANCISCO............................ L, 2-0 PORTLAND STATE*......................... W, 4-1 NORTHERN ARIZONA*................. W, 2-1 at Montana*.................................... L, 4-0 at Weber State*............................... L, 2-1 IDAHO STATE*................................. L, 1-0 OREGON STATE.............................. L, 2-1 SAN JOSE STATE....................T, 1-1 (2OT) at Weber State#............................... L, 2-0 *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament

2002 3-13-1 (1-5-0) Coach Karen Hanks PACIFIC........................................... L, 1-0 at San Francisco.............................. L, 3-2 at Utah State...........................T, 1-1 (2OT) Wyoming........................................ L, 4-1 Creighton........................................ L, 1-0 Idaho............................................ W, 2-2 Saint Mary’s.................................... L, 2-1 at UC Riverside................................ L, 1-0 CS Stansislaus.................................. L, 1-0 at Northern Arizona*....................... L, 3-2 Wake Forest.................................... L, 3-0 at Portland State*............................. L, 4-1 Eastern Wash.*................................ L, 1-0 Montana*........................................ L, 2-0 at Idaho State*................................. L, 3-0 Weber State*................................. W, 2-0 at San Jose State............................ W, 3-0 *Big Sky Conference game 2003 6-9-3 (0-4-2) Coach Karen Hanks NAVY.............................................. L, 2-1 UC DAVIS...................................... W, 3-1 at Fresno State................................. L, 2-0 OREGON........................................ L, 3-1 PRINCETON.................................... L, 3-1 at Nevada..................................... W, 2-1 CS NORTHRIDGE....................T, 1-1 (2OT) SAN FRANCISCO.......................... W, 4-2 UTAH............................................ W, 1-0 at Saint Mary’s................................. L, 2-0

at Portland State*....................T, 0-0 (2OT) SAN JOSE STATE........................... W, 3-1 NORTHERN ARIZONA*................... L, 2-1 WEBER STATE*.......................T, 0-0 (2OT) IDAHO STATE*................................. L, 2-1 UTAH VALLEY STATE....................... W, 4-3 at Eastern Washington*.................... L, 2-1 at Montana*.................................... L, 3-1 *Big Sky Conference game 2004 3-15-0 (1-5-0) Coach Katie Poynter at Long Beach State.......................... L, 2-1 at Cal State Northridge.................... L, 2-0 vs. Miami........................................ L, 2-0 vs. IUPUI........................................ W, 5-1 NEVADA.................................W, 2-1(OT) at Fresno State................................. L, 5-0 at San Francisco.............................. L, 2-0 at Cal Poly....................................... L, 2-0 at San Jose State.............................. L, 3-0 SAINT MARY’S................................ L, 1-0 PORTLAND STATE*........................... L, 1-0 COLORADO COLLEGE..................... L, 5-0 at Northern Arizona*....................... L, 2-0 UC DAVIS........................................ L, 2-0 at Idaho State*................................. L, 1-0 at Weber State*............................... L, 2-1 MONTANA*.................................. W, 2-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON*............... L, 4-0 *Big Sky Conference game

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER 2005 8-8-3 (4-2-0) Coach Katie Poynter at UC Davis................................... W, 1-0 UC RIVERSIDE.................................. L, 3-0 at Nevada....................................... L, 3-0 FRESNO STATE.............................. W, 1-0 at UTEP....................................L, 1-0 (OT) vs. Mississippi St.....................T, 0-0 (2OT) CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE................. L, 4-1 SAN JOSE STATE....................T, 2-2 (2OT) IDAHO.......................................... W, 2-1 at Pacific..................................L, 1-0 (OT) at Saint Mary’s................................. L, 2-1 EASTERN WASH.*..................T, 1-1 (2OT) MONTANA*.................................. W, 2-0 NO. ARIZONA*......................W, 2-1(OT) CAL STATE EAST BAY..................... W, 5-1 at Portland State*........................... W, 2-1 at Weber State*............................... L, 4-1 at Idaho State*............................... W, 2-0 vs. No. Arizona#............................. L, 2-1 *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament 2006 10-7-4 (4-2-1) Coach Katie Poynter NEVADA......................................... L, 2-0 SAINT MARY’S.....................W, 1-0 (2OT) UC DAVIS...................................... W, 2-1 at Idaho........................................ W, 6-0 at Washington State......................... L, 1-0 at San Jose State............................ W, 2-1 MENLO......................................... W, 3-2 at Fresno State................................. L, 2-0 at Air Force .................................. L, 1-0 at Colorado College................T, 1-1 (2OT) BOISE STATE...........................L, 4-3 (2OT) CAL POLY.............................W, 2-1 (2OT) at Weber State*............................. W, 1-0 at Idaho State*..........................L, 1-0 (OT) MONTANA*............................T, 1-1(2OT) EASTERN WASHINGTON*............. W, 2-1 NORTHERN COLORADO*......W, 2-1 (OT) at Northern Arizona*....................... L, 1-0 at Portland State*........................... W, 1-0 vs. Montana#..........................T, 2-2 (2OT) at Idaho State#.......................T, 2-2 (2OT) *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament

2007 12-4-5 (4-0-3) Coach Randy Dedini MOUNT ST. MARY’S...................... W, 4-0 SAN JOSE STATE........................... W, 2-0 FRESNO STATE.............................. W, 5-1 at Nevada..............................T, 3-3 (2OT) at UC Davis............................L, 3-2 (2OT) at Saint Mary’s................................. L, 2-0 MENLO......................................... W, 6-0 CS BAKERSFIELD............................ W, 2-0 UTEP......................................W, 1-0 (OT) at Pepperdine.........................T, 1-1 (2OT) at Loyola Marymount....................... L, 2-0 WEBER STATE*.....................W, 2-1 (2OT) IDAHO STATE*........................T, 1-1 (2OT) at Montana*...........................T, 0-0 (2OT) at Eastern Wash.*.......................... W, 4-0 at Northern Colo.*..................T, 1-1 (2OT) NORTHERN ARIZ.*........................ W, 2-0 PORTLAND STATE*......................... W, 1-0 vs. Portland State#......................... W, 2-1 vs. Northern Colo.#........................ W, 3-0 at #2 Stanford$............................... L, 7-0 *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament $NCAA Tournament 2008 9-8-2 (3-3-1) Coach Randy Dedini at Pacific......................................... L, 2-0 SEATTLE.................................T, 1-1 (2OT) at UC Riverside.............................. W, 1-0 at UC Santa Barbara........................ L, 2-0 UC DAVIS........................................ L, 1-0 at San Jose State.......................L, 1-0 (OT) MIAMI UNIVERSITY........................ W, 2-1 IONA............................................ W, 1-0 at CS Bakersfield............................ W, 4-0 at Fresno State................................. L, 2-0 NEVADA....................................... W, 2-0 UC Santa Cruz............................... W, 2-0 at Northern Arizona*....................... L, 2-0 NORTHERN COLORADO*............. W, 4-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON*............. W, 2-0 MONTAN*...................................... L, 1-0 at Idaho State*................................. L, 3-1 at Weber State*............................. W, 1-0 at Portland State*....................T, 0-0 (2OT) *Big Sky Conference game

2009 8-5-5 (3-2-2) Coach Randy Dedini at UC Davis .........................T, 1 - 1 (2OT) ALBANY ..................................... W, 1 - 0 UC SANTA BARBARA ................. W, 1 - 0 DOMINICAN............................... W, 6 - 0 PACIFIC ...............................T, 0 - 0 (2OT) at Nevada .................................... L, 0 - 2 at San Diego State ........................ L, 0 - 2 at Pepperdine ............................... L, 0 - 1 at Fresno State ............................ W, 2 - 0 at No. 10 Cal ............................. W, 1 - 0 SAN JOSE STATE .................T, 1 - 1 (2OT) NORTHERN ARIZONA* .............. W, 2 - 1 at Northern Colorado* ................ W, 1 - 0 at Montana* ........................T, 2 - 2 (2OT) at Eastern Washington* ................. L, 0 - 1 WEBER STATE* ............................. L, 0 - 2 IDAHO STATE* ............................ W, 2 - 0 PORTLAND STATE* ...............T, 0 - 0 (2OT) *Big Sky Conference game 2010 Coach Randy Dedini SACRAMENTO STORM (EX) ........ 4:30 PM UC DAVIS ................................... 5:00 PM SAN DIEGO STATE ..................... 1:00 PM at San Jose State ......................... 7:00 PM at Pacific .................................. 12:00 PM at Long Beach State ..................... 1:00 PM NEVADA .................................... 2:30 PM MENLO COLLEGE ....................... 3:30 PM FRESNO STATE ........................... 3:30 PM vs. Cal State Bakersfield^ ............. 3:30 PM at Seattle^ .................................. 1:30 PM MONTANA* ............................... 4:00 PM EASTERN WASHINGTON* .......... 1:00 PM at Northern Arizona* .................. 3:00 PM at Northern Colorado* ................ 1:00 PM at Idaho State* ............................ 5:00 PM WEBER STATE* ........................... 1:00 PM at Portland State ......................... 4:00 PM *Big Sky Conference game ^Seattle University Tournament

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Quick Facts • Sacramento State is one of the largest universities in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University recently completed an ambitious master plan (Destination 2010) that included 1.5 million square feet of new building space for additional housing and a recreation and wellness center. The initiative has resulted in new academic and student programs, partnerships with businesses, non-profit and public agencies, modernized classrooms and new facilities for students and faculty. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is available for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

Founded........................................ 1947 Location...................... Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size............................300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio................ 20:1 Enrollment............................... 29,241 Men........................................ 12,084 Women................................... 17,157 Undergraduate........................ 24,388 Graduate.................................. 4,853 Total Faculty.................................. 1,338 Total Staff...................................... 1,350 Degree Programs Undergraduate............................... 60 Graduate....................................... 40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions.......................... 278-3901 Campus Operator................ 278-6011 Housing.............................. 278-6655 Internet Address..............www.csus.edu

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER • Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in seven Colleges. The largest programs include teacher education, business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. Smaller class sizes and a focus on quality teaching promote faculty-student interaction.

• Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 24 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University generates more than $1 billion in activity for the statewide economy each year. • Sacramento State graduates about 6,000 students each year. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former cohost of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Houston Texans’ quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, 11-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time rushing champion Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.

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• The city of Sacramento (population 486,189) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s TripleA affiliate). • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.

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Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond. Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to

improve lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ eight-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 19-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last four years where the Hornets have combined to win 26 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed three straight Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 347 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. This past year (2009-10), the program finished 132nd in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, the second highest ranked team in the Big Sky Conference. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse was the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote also led to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and open in September of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and recently completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet 42 student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring asWOMEN’S well as academic counseling. SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

Over the last eight years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted over 2,200 term GPAs of 3.0 or above. At the conclusion of the 2010 spring semester, Hornet student-athletes combined for an overall GPA of 2.98, which is the highest mark since the program joined the Div. I ranks in 1991-92. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that have, and will continue to enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his eight years at Sacramento State, 25 teams and 145 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his eight years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughters Hadley and Leah, and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughters Elli and Scarlett. 2010 | BIG SKY CONFERENCE


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The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to student-athletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and

Paul Edwards

Brandon Padilla

Heather Farwig

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis

Shannon Hall

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Brandon Padilla, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every studentathlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, #200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

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workshops related to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Shannon Hall are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Brian Davis Dir. Of Sports Medicine UC Davis Med Center 4860 Y Street, #1700 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 734-5292

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283 Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851 Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882

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Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 9th Season

Reggie Christiansen Baseball 1st Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 2nd Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 4th Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 5th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 29th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 3rd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 6th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 22nd Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 8th Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 4th Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 19th Season

David Sutherland Golf 4th Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 3rd Season

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning

Rebekah Capel Travel Coordinator

Adam Craft Strength/Conditioning

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

Joe Gengler Technical Support

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Associate Athletics Director

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

Gigi Timpson Rose Welch Tina Westerhold Steve Tebbs Joe Waltasti Business Assistant Business Manager Stinger Athletic Facilities/Operations Assistant Media Foundation GUIDEDirector 2010 | BIG SKY CONFERENCE DirectorWOMEN’S SOCCER MEDIARelations

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