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2013 WOMEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE 2013 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time (PT) Aug. 16 at Santa Clara (EXH) 7 PM Aug. 18 SAC STORM (EXH) 5 PM Aug. 23 at UC Davis 5 PM Aug. 30 at Cal Poly 7 PM Sept. 1 at CSU Bakersfield 1 PM Sept. 6 UNLV # 2:30 PM Sept. 8 SAN JOSE STATE # 3:30 PM Sept. 11 FRESNO PACIFIC 5 PM Sept. 15 at Nevada 5 PM Sept. 20 FRESNO STATE 4 PM Sept. 22 at Pacific 1 PM Sept. 27 NORTH DAKOTA * 4 PM Sept. 29 NORTHERN COLORADO * 1 PM Oct. 4 at Montana * 2 PM Oct. 6 at Eastern Washington * 11 AM Oct. 11 NORTHERN ARIZONA * 4 PM Oct. 13 SOUTHERN UTAH * 1 PM Oct. 17 at Idaho State * 3 PM Oct. 19 at Weber State * 11 AM Oct. 25 PORTLAND STATE * 2:30 PM Nov. 7-10 Big Sky Championship TBA HOME MATCHES Played at Hornet Soccer Field # Doubleheader with Sac State Men’s Soccer * Big Sky Conference Match

2012 RESULTS (5-9-4, 3-4-2) Date Opponent Result Aug. 19 NEVADA W, 2-1 Aug. 24 UC DAVIS T, 0-0 Aug. 26 CAL POLY L, 4-1 Aug. 31 at San Francisco L, 4-1 Sept. 7 at UNLV L, 2-0 Sept. 9 vs. Indiana State T, 0-0 Sept. 14 UC SANTA CRUZ W, 4-0 Sept. 16 PENN L(2OT), 3-2 Sept. 21 at North Dakota * W, 1-0 Sept. 23 at Northern Colorado * L, 2-0 Sept. 28 EASTERN WASH. * T, 1-1 Sept. 30 MONTANA * W, 2-0 Oct. 5 at Southern Utah * W, 3-1 Oct. 7 at Northern Arizona * T, 0-0 Oct. 12 WEBER STATE * L, 2-0 Oct. 14 IDAHO STATE * L, 2-1 Oct. 19 at Portland State * L, 3-1 Oct. 21 at San Jose State L, 2-1 * Big Sky Conference Match

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Assistant Media Relations Director/Women’s Soccer Contact: Andrew Tomsky • Phone: 916-278-6896 • E-Mail: tomsky@csus.edu

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Location Sacramento, Calif. Founded 1947 Enrollment 29,000 Nickname Hornets Colors Green & Gold Home Facility Hornet Field Capacity 1,500 Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Big Sky Years in Conference 18th Season President Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Years at Sacramento State 11th Year Athletics Director Dr. Terry Wanless Years at Sacramento State 12th Year Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Steve Perez Athletics Department Phone (916) 278-6481 Ticket Office Phone (916) 278-2222 Press Row Phone (916) 278-7531

WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF

Head Coach Randy Dedini Alma Mater (Yr.) Sonoma State, 1993 Years at Sacramento State Seventh Season Overall Record at Sacramento State 49-45-19 Overall Head Coaching Record Same Big Sky Record at Sacramento State 19-15-10 Assistant Coach Marisha Schumacher-Hodge Alma Mater (Yr.) Boston University, 2009 Years at Sacramento State First Season Volunteer Assistant Coach Bryan Oliver Alma Mater (Yr.) Sacramento State, 2013 Years at Sacramento State First Season Soccer Office Phone (916) 278-5281

MEDIA INFORMATION

Assistant Director (WSOC Contact) Andrew Tomsky Office Phone (916) 278-6896 Cell Phone (619) 606-6166 Office Fax (916) 278-5429 E-mail tomsky@csus.edu Media Relations Director Brian Berger E-mail bwberger@csus.edu Assistant Director Ryan Bjork E-mail rbjork@csus.edu Mailing Address Athletics Center Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6099

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 Overall Record 5-9-4 2012 Big Sky Record 3-4-2 (Eighth) 2012 Postseason None Starters (Min. 10 Starts) Returning/Lost 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 15/8 Returning Redshirts 6 Newcomers 5 Goals (20) Returning/Lost 9/11 (45%/55%) Assists (16) Returning/Lost 5/11 (31%/69%) Shots (268) Returning/Lost 110/158 (41%/59%) Saves (95) Returning/Lost 18/77 (19%/81%) Big Sky Championships (16 Seasons) 2 (2007, 2010) NCAA Div. I Tournament Appearances 2 (2007, 2010) Year Joined Division-I 1994

2012 STARTERS RETURNING (5) No. Player 5 Jessica Small 8 McKenna Swanson 9 Gabriela Trenton 14 Shelby Salvacion 16 Kassidy Kellogg

Cl. Pos. G Jr. MF 0 So. D 0 Sr. D 0 Jr. F 1 So. F/D 2

A 0 0 1 0 1

Min 1412 1570 1269 941 1503

2012 STARTERS LOST (6) No. Player 1 Shelby Tomasello No. Player 3 Jordan Carlberg 11 Elece McBride 13 Victoria Ramirez 21 Jessica Castano 23 Megan Burg

Cl. Pos. GAA Saves W-L-T Sr. GK 1.33 77 3-7-4 Cl. Pos. G A Min Sr. F 1 3 1329 Sr. F 4 2 1182 Sr. MF 4 3 1269 Sr. MF 1 1 938 Sr. MF 1 2 1232

2012 OTHER LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (11) No. Player 2 Jami Shimada 4 Briana Linares 7 Jordyn Rolling 10 Lauren Garcia 12 Kassi Anast 15 Maggie Pleis 19 Kristen Bridges 25 Raylene Larot 26 Josie Jogwe 28 Alyssa Anderson No. Player 30 Kimberly Mata

Cl. Pos. G A Min Sr. MF 0 0 627 So. D 0 0 18 Sr. D 0 1 726 Jr. D 0 0 343 Jr. D 0 0 285 So. F 0 1 238 Jr. F 0 0 165 Sr. MF 2 0 797 So. F 1 0 302 So. F 3 1 652 Cl. Pos. GAA Saves W-L-T Jr. GK 1.75 18 2-2-0


NUMERICAL ROSTER

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION

Forwards (10) Alyssa Anderson, Kristen Bridges, Adaurie Dayak, Alexa Heinzer, Emily Hooper, Josie Jogwe, Kassidy Kellogg, Maggie Pleis, Shelby Salvacion, Presley Strother Midfielders (6) Lydia Bowman, Ashley Cella, Raylene Larot, Jennifer Lum, Jami Shimada, Jessica Small Defenders (8) Kassi Anast, Lauren Garcia, Melissa Gomez, Rachel Leonard, Jordyn Rolling, McKenna Swanson, Kylie Tierney, Gabriela Trenton Goalkeepers (2) Hannah Gendron, Kimberly Mata

BY CLASS

Seniors (5) Melissa Gomez, Raylene Larot, Jordyn Rolling, Jami Shimada, Gabriela Trenton Juniors (7) Kassi Anast, Kristen Bridges, Lauren Garcia, Kimberly Mata, Shelby Salvacion, Jessica Small, Presley Strother Sophomores (5) Alyssa Anderson, Josie Jogwe, Kassidy Kellogg, Maggie Pleis, McKenna Swanson Freshmen (9) Lydia Bowman, Ashley Cella, Adaurie Dayak, Hannah Gendron, Alexa Heinzer, Emily Hooper, Rachel Leonard, Jennifer Lum Kylie Tierney

BY STATE

California (20) Nevada (1) Oregon (1) Utah (1) Washington (3)

PRONUNCIATIONS

Kassi Anast – ANN-ist Ashley Cella – CHELL-ah Adaurie Dayak – ah-DAR-ee DYE-ack Hannah Gendron – JEN-dron Alexa Heinzer – HINZE-er Josie Jogwe – JOG-way Raylene Larot – LUH-rot Maggie Pleis – Plize Shelby Salvacion – Sal-VAY-tion

No. 0 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name Hannah Gendron Jami Shimada Alexa Heinzer Jessica Small Adaurie Dayak Jordyn Rolling McKenna Swanson Gabriela Trenton Lauren Garcia Jennifer Lum Kassi Anast Emily Hooper Shelby Salvacion Maggie Pleis Kassidy Kellogg Lydia Bowman Kristen Bridges Rachel Leonard Ashely Cella Kylie Tierney Raylene Larot Josie Jogwe Melissa Gomez Alyssa Anderson Presley Strother Kimberly Mata

Pos. GK MF F/D MF F D D D D MF D F F F F/D MF F D MF D MF F D F F GK

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

Ht. 5-10 5-2 5-4 5-3 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-9 5-4 5-2 5-5 5-10 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-4 5-1 5-11 5-4 5-2 5-6 5-8

Exp. RS 3V RS 1V HS 2V 1V 3V 2V RS 2V HS 2V 1V 1V RS 2V HS RS HS 1V 1V TR 1V TR 1V

Hometown/Previous School Davis, Calif. / Davis HS Bellevue, Wash. / Newport HS Carmichael, Calif. / Rio Americano HS Sacramento, Calif. / Cal State Northridge Tracy, Calif. / Kimball HS Las Vegas, Nev. / VCU Duvall, Wash. / Cedarcrest HS San Juan Capistrano, Calif. / Valley HS Folsom, Calif. / Folsom HS Folsom, Calif. / St. Francis HS Santa Ana, Calif. / Foothill HS Wilsonville, Ore. / Wilsonville HS San Jose, Calif. / Branham HS Carnation, Wash. / Cedarcrest HS Sandy, Utah / Brighton HS Malibu, Calif. / Agoura HS Clovis, Calif. / Buchanan HS Livermore, Calif. / Granada HS Santa Rosa, Calif. / Montgomery HS Davis, Calif. / Davis HS San Jose, Calif. / Nevada Costa Mesa, Calif. / Newport Harbor HS Sacramento, Calif. / Cosumnes River JC Santa Rosa, Calif. / Montgomery HS Pleasanton, Calif. / Ohlone College Stockton, Calif. / Saint Mary’s HS

Head Coach: Randy Dedini (Seventh Season) Assistant Coaches: Marisha Schumacher-Hodge, Bryan Oliver

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 12 28 17 19 22 6 10 0 27 3 13 26 16 25 21 11 30 15 7 14 2 5 29 8 23 9

Name Kassi Anast Alyssa Anderson Lydia Bowman Kristen Bridges Ashely Cella Adaurie Dayak Lauren Garcia Hannah Gendron Melissa Gomez Alexa Heinzer Emily Hooper Josie Jogwe Kassidy Kellogg Raylene Larot Rachel Leonard Jennifer Lum Kimberly Mata Maggie Pleis Jordyn Rolling Shelby Salvacion Jami Shimada Jessica Small Presley Strother McKenna Swanson Kylie Tierney Gabriela Trenton

Pos. D F MF F MF F D GK D F/D F F F/D MF D MF GK F D F MF MF F D D D

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

Ht. 5-9 5-2 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-8 5-5 5-10 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-11 5-10 5-1 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-5 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-5

Exp. 2V 1V RS 2V RS HS 2V RS TR RS HS 1V 1V 1V HS RS 1V 1V 2V 2V 3V 1V TR 1V HS 3V

Hometown/Previous School Santa Ana, Calif. / Foothill HS Santa Rosa, Calif. / Montgomery HS Malibu, Calif. / Agoura HS Clovis, Calif. / Buchanan HS Santa Rosa, Calif. / Montgomery HS Tracy, Calif. / Kimball HS Folsom, Calif. / Folsom HS Davis, Calif. / Davis HS Sacramento, Calif. / Cosumnes River JC Carmichael, Calif. / Rio Americano HS Wilsonville, Ore. / Wilsonville HS Costa Mesa, Calif. / Newport Harbor HS Sandy, Utah / Brighton HS San Jose, Calif. / Nevada Livermore, Calif. / Granada HS Folsom, Calif. / St. Francis HS Stockton, Calif. / Saint Mary’s HS Carnation, Wash. / Cedarcrest HS Las Vegas, Nev. / VCU San Jose, Calif. / Branham HS Bellevue, Wash. / Newport HS Sacramento, Calif. / Cal State Northridge Pleasanton, Calif. / Ohlone College Duvall, Wash. / Cedarcrest HS Davis, Calif. / Davis HS San Juan Capistrano, Calif. / Valley HS

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2012 STATISTICS 2012 Sacramento State Women's Soccer Sacramento State Combined Team Statistics (Final Season Stats) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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Date Aug 19 Aug 24 Aug 26 Aug 31 Sep 07 Sep 09 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 21 Sep 23 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 05 Oct 07 Oct 12 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21

Opponent NEVADA UC DAVIS CAL POLY at San Francisco Dons at UNLV vs Indiana State UC SANTA CRUZ PENN at North Dakota at Northern Colorado EASTERN WASHINGTON MONTANA at Southern Utah at Northern Arizona WEBER STATE IDAHO STATE at Portland Stae at San Jose State

OVERALL 5-9-4 3-4-2 2-5-2 Score 2-1 0-0 1-4 1-4 0-2 0-0 4-0 2-3 1-0 0-2 1-1 2-0 3-1 0-0 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-2

W To2 L L L To2 W Lo2 W L To2 W W To2 L L L L

Att. 292 327 292 108 401 101 291 682 78 168 192 278 220 462 269 782 315 244

* Big Sky Conference Game ^ UNLV Nike Invitational TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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SAC

OPP

20-268 1.11 .075 135-268 .504 14.9 68 1 0-0 24

27-249 1.50 .108 124-249 .498 13.8 78 2 1-1 15

7 0

7 0

3405 9/378 1/101

1996 8/250

HOME 3-4-2 1-2-1 2-2-1 ##

Player

13 11 28 16 3 25 23 21 14 26 9 7 15 5 2 18 10 19 12 8 4

Ramirez, Victoria McBride, Elece Anderson, Alyssa Kellogg, Kassidy Carlberg, Jordan Larot, Raylene Burg, Megan Castano, Jessica Salvacion, Shelby Jogwe, Josie Trenton, Gabriela Rolling, Jordyn Pleis, Maggie Small, Jessica Shimada, Jami Gomez, Christina Garcia, Lauren Bridges, Kristen Anast, Kassi Swanson, McKenna Linares, Briana Total Opponents

Goalie 1 Tomasello, Shelby 30 Mata, Kimberly ##

Total Opponents Goals by Period Sacramento State Opponents Shots by Period Sacramento State Opponents

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

NEUTRAL 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1

gp g a 17 4 3 18 4 2 12 3 1 18 2 1 18 1 3 17 2 0 18 1 2 18 1 1 18 1 0 10 1 0 17 0 1 14 0 1 8 0 1 18 0 0 18 0 0 7 0 0 13 0 0 8 0 0 8 0 0 18 0 0 1 0 0 18 20 16 18 27 25 GP 14 4 18 18

Min. 1351:15 360:00 1711:15 1711:15

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

11 45 .089 24 .533 10 51 .078 26 .510 7 18 .167 11 .611 5 11 .182 3 .273 5 38 .026 21 .553 4 8 .250 6 .750 4 15 .067 5 .333 3 6 .167 3 .500 2 28 .036 14 .500 2 11 .091 6 .545 1 8 .000 4 .500 1 7 .000 3 .429 1 3 .000 1 .333 0 9 .000 2 .222 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 56 268 .075 135 .504 79 249 .108 124 .498 GA

20 7 27 20

GAAvg Saves

1.33 1.75 1.42 1.05

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

9 7

11 19

0 0

0 1

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

114 135 98 131

14 9

5 11

Saves by Period Sacramento State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

32 52

56 54

5 5

4 4

Corners by Period Sacramento State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

40 40

26 35

2 1

0 2

Fouls by Period Sacramento State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

75 64

76 84

8 5

9 3

77 18 97 115

Total 20 27 Total 268 249 Total 97 115 Total 68 78 Total 168 156

2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 9

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

.794 .720 .782 .852

3-7-4 2-2-0 5-9-4 9-5-4

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2012 BIG SKY REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS BIG SKY CONFERENCE WLT Idaho State*^$ 6-2-1 Portland State* 6-2-1 Montana* 6-2-1 Weber State 5-3-1 Northern Colorado 4-2-3 Eastern Washington 3-3-3 Northern Arizona 3-3-3 Sacramento State 3-4-2 Southern Utah 1-7-1 North Dakota 0-9-0

Big Sky Matches PTS PCT. GF GA WLT 19 .722 15 8 11-6-3 19 .722 17 5 9-8-2 19 .722 13 5 12-6-3 16 .611 10 5 7-10-2 15 .611 13 5 6-7-5 12 .500 8 12 6-8-4 12 .500 7 8 5-9-5 11 .444 9 11 5-9-4 4 .167 6 13 3-11-2 0 .000 3 29 2-13-1

Overall Record PCT. GF .625 32 .526 26 .643 25 .421 19 .472 20 .444 19 .395 15 .389 20 .250 15 .156 15

GA 25 18 18 21 22 29 28 27 26 48

* Co-Big Sky Regular Season Champions ^ Big Sky Championship Host $ Won Big Sky Conference Tournament title and earned the league’s automatic NCAA Tournament bid.

2012 BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIP 2012 BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIP Host: Idaho State Pocatello, Idaho Nov. 2 & 4, 2012

CHAMPIONSHIP - Sun., Nov. 4 No. 1 Idaho State 0, No. 3 Montana 0 (ISU wins shootout, 4-3) SEMIFINALS - Fri., Nov. 2 No. 1 Idaho State 1, No. 4 Weber State 1 (ISU wins shootout, 4-3) No. 3 Montana 3, No. 2 Portland State 2

THE BIG SKY CONFERENCE

The Big Sky Conference is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally I-AA). The Big Sky celebrates its 51st year of athletic competition in 2013-14. After spending six years as a nine-team league, the league expanded to 11 teams last season. North Dakota and Southern Utah joined the league in all sports while Cal Poly and UC Davis became affiliates for football only, making the Big Sky a 13-team football league. There are 10 soccer-playing schools in the conference as Montana State does not field a team. In addition to the new schools, the Big Sky includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona,

Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. Northern Colorado was the newest member of the league, having joined the conference in 2006. The Big Sky 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 league 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 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 nine 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, North Dakota and Colorado. Of the eight westernmost states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky.

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2012 BIG SKY TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS

2012 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS POINTS GP G A P Avg. 1. Ellsworth, A.-ISU 20 9 5 23 1.15 2. Strawn, Rachel-ISU 20 10 1 21 1.05 3. Craig, Erin-UM 21 7 5 19 0.90 4. Black, Cassie-EWU 18 8 2 18 1.00 5. Crompton, C.-WSU 19 5 6 16 0.84 6. Howie, Amanda-PSU 16 6 1 13 0.81 7. Dunn, Brittany-NC 18 4 4 12 0.67 8. Solis, Daniela-PSU 15 4 3 11 0.73 Ramirez, Victoria-SAC 17 4 3 11 0.65 10. Ten Players Tied 10

POINTS 1. Idaho State 2. Montana 3. Portland State 4. Northern Colorado 5. Sacramento State 6. Weber State 7. Eastern Washington 8. Northern Arizona 9. North Dakota 10. Southern Utah

Games No. 20 85 21 73 19 70 18 59 18 56 19 54 18 49 19 43 16 41 16 38

Avg. 4.25 3.48 3.68 3.28 3.11 2.84 2.72 2.26 2.56 2.38

FOULS 1. Idaho State 2. Portland State 3. Northern Arizona 4. Weber State 5. Sacramento State 6. Southern Utah 7. North Dakota 8. Montana 9. Eastern Washington 10. Northern Colorado

Games No. Avg. 20 218 10.90 19 185 9.74 19 176 9.26 19 170 8.95 18 168 9.33 16 164 10.25 16 158 9.88 21 155 7.38 18 127 7.06 18 120 6.67

GOALS 1. Idaho State 2. Portland State 3. Montana 4. Northern Colorado Sacramento State 6. Eastern Washington Weber State 8. North Dakota Northern Arizona Southern Utah

Games No. 20 32 19 26 21 25 18 20 18 20 18 19 19 19 16 15 19 15 16 15

Avg. 1.60 1.37 1.19 1.11 1.11 1.06 1.00 0.94 0.79 0.94

YELLOW CARDS 1. Portland State 2. North Dakota 3. Southern Utah Weber State 5. Idaho State 6. Montana Northern Colorado Sacramento State Northern Arizona 10. Eastern Washington

Games 19 16 16 19 20 21 18 18 19 18

No. 20 15 13 13 12 7 7 7 7 5

Avg. 1.05 0.94 0.81 0.68 0.60 0.33 0.39 0.39 0.37 0.28

GOALS Games No. 1. Strawn, Rachel-ISU 20 10 2. Ellsworth, Amanda-ISU 20 9 3. Black, Cassie-EWU 18 8 4. Craig, Erin-UM 21 7 5. Howie, Amanda-PSU 16 6 6. Brinkman, Stacey-SUU 16 5 Crompton, Chansi-WSU 19 5 Wheeler, Paytyn-UM 21 5 9. Ramirez, Victoria-SAC 17 4 McBride, Elece-SAC 18 4 Four Other Players Tied 4

ASSISTS 1. Montana 2. Idaho State 3. Northern Colorado 4. Portland State 5. Sacramento State Weber State 7. Northern Arizona 8. Eastern Washington North Dakota 10. Southern Utah

Games No. 21 23 20 21 18 19 19 18 18 16 19 16 19 13 18 11 16 11 16 8

Avg. 1.10 1.05 1.06 0.95 0.89 0.84 0.68 0.61 0.69 0.50

GOALS ALLOWED 1. Portland State Montana 3. Weber State 4. Northern Colorado 5. Idaho State 6. Southern Utah 7. Sacramento State 8. Northern Arizona 9. Eastern Washington 10. North Dakota

Games 19 21 19 18 20 16 18 19 18 16

No. 18 18 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 48

Avg. 0.95 0.86 1.11 1.22 1.25 1.62 1.50 1.47 1.61 3.0

ASSISTS Games No. Avg. 1. Crompton, Chansi-WSU 19 6 0.32 2. Ellsworth, Amanda-ISU 20 5 0.25 Craig, Erin-UM 21 5 0.24 4. Dutra, Amanda-PSU 15 4 0.27 Martin, Megan-PSU 16 4 0.25 Schmieder, Demi-NAU 17 4 0.24 Dunn, Brittany-NC 18 4 0.22 Akins, Mackenzie-UM 21 4 0.19 Makris, Mary-UM 21 4 0.19 10. Eight Players Tied 3

SHOTS 1. Montana 2. Portland State 3. Sacramento State 4. Weber State 5. Idaho State 6. Northern Colorado 7. Northern Arizona 8. Southern Utah 9. Eastern Washington 10. North Dakota

Games No. Avg. 21 321 15.29 19 293 15.42 18 268 14.89 19 253 13.32 20 239 11.95 18 226 12.56 19 216 11.37 16 199 12.44 18 198 11.00 16 190 11.88

SAVES 1. Northern Arizona 2. Eastern Washington 3. Southern Utah 4. North Dakota 5. Sacramento State 6. Weber State 7. Northern Colorado 8. Idaho State 9. Portland State 10. Montana

Games No. 19 126 18 120 16 108 16 104 18 97 19 92 18 83 20 82 19 77 21 67

Avg. 6.63 6.67 6.75 6.50 5.39 4.84 4.61 4.10 4.05 3.19

GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. Hoon, Kristen-UM 2. Hulsizer, Lainey-PSU 3. Waldman, Ryann-WSU 4. D’Adamio, Natalie-NC 5. Weaver, Lauren-NAU 6. Hapsic, Sheridan-ISU 7. Schwery, Nathalie-EWU 8. Tomasello, Shelby-SAC 9. Booth, Charly-SUU 10. Walker, Jamie-EWU

CORNER KICKS 1. Montana 2. Idaho State 3. Portland State 4. Northern Colorado 5. Weber State 6. Sacramento State 7. Southern Utah 8. Northern Arizona 9. Eastern Washington 10. North Dakota

Games 21 20 19 18 19 18 16 19 18 16

SHUTOUTS 1. Montana 2. Northern Arizona 3. Portland State 4. Sacramento State Northern Colorado Idaho State 7. Eastern Washington Weber State 9. Southern Utah 10. North Dakota

Games No. 21 12 19 8 19 7 18 6 18 6 20 6 18 5 19 5 16 2 16 1

Avg. 0.57 0.42 0.37 0.33 0.33 0.30 0.28 0.26 0.12 0.06

SAVES Games No. Avg. 1. Booth, Charly-SUU 16 105 6.56 2. Hestdalen, Kristi-UND 16 97 6.06 3. Weaver, Lauren-NAU 16 90 5.62 4. Waldman, Ryann-WSU 18 82 4.56 D’Adamio, Natalie-NC 18 82 4.56 6. Tomasello, Shelby-SAC 14 77 5.50 7. Hulsizer, Lainey-PSU 19 73 3.84 8. Hapsic, Sheridan-ISU 18 67 3.72 9. Walker, Jamie-EWU 12 66 5.50 10. Hoon, Kristen-UM 21 65 3.10

No. 123 88 85 81 69 68 67 62 57 55

Avg. 5.86 4.40 4.47 4.50 3.63 3.78 4.19 3.26 3.17 3.44

GA 18 18 18 22 17 18 9 20 26 20

Min. 1937:56 1727:46 1609:03 1720:00 1321:29 1375:34 682:00 1351:15 1502:14 1018:00

Avg. 0.50 0.45 0.44 0.33 0.38 0.31 0.26 0.24 0.24 0.22

GAA 0.84 0.94 1.01 1.15 1.16 1.18 1.19 1.33 1.56 1.77

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COACHING STAFF

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HEAD COACH RANDY DEDINI Experience: Seventh Season Alma Mater: Sonoma State, 1993 Career Record: 49-45-19 (19-15-10 Big Sky)

Randy Dedini is in his seventh season as head coach of the Sacramento State women’s soccer team. Dedini, who took over the squad in 2007, has guided the Hornets to unprecedented success, including two NCAA Tournament appeareances and two conference titles, both firsts in school history. Dedini, who enters the 2013 season with a career record of 49-45-19 (19-15-10 Big Sky), has guided Sacramento State to winning conference records in four of his first six seasons, including a regular season title in 2007. The Hornets also won the Big Sky Conference Tournament title in 2007 and again in 2010 to earn the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Dedini has mentored 24 first or second team all-Big Sky selections, including offensive player of the year Katie McCoy in 2007 and conference Golden Boot (point leader in conference games) winners McCoy (2007) and Kim Kemper (2008). McCoy and Elece McBride were named Big Sky Tournament MVPs in 2007 and 2010, respectively. The team had eight all-Big Sky selections in 2012, including a first team honor for senior Victoria Ramirez and a second team accolade for freshman Kassidy Kellogg. Dedini, a former goalkeeper at Sonoma State, helped mold local product Savannah Abercrombie into one of the top goalies the Big Sky has ever seen. Abercrombie tacked on six shutouts as a senior in 2011, pushing her career total to 29, both a conference and school record. Abercrombie finished her stellar four-year career with a 30-28-9 record, 282 saves and a sparkling 0.92 goals against average. Overall, the Hornets went 6-9-2 in 2011 and 5-9-4 in 2012, but will have a veteran squad in 2013 with five starters and 20 total players returning from the 2012 roster. Dedini took home Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2010 and capped off his fourth season at the helm of the Sacramento State program with his second conference championship. Dedini and the Hornets defeated No. 1 seed and host Northern Arizona, 1-0, in the tournament championship game to clinch their second league title in four seasons. The Hornets posted a 9-10-1 record in 2010, capping off a late-charging season with wins over Portland State in the semifinals and NAU in the championship match of the Big Sky Conference Tournament. The Hornets met No. 1 ranked Stanford in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament, losing 3-0. Sacramento State, which had the top offense in the conference with 34 goals scored, was the No. 3 seed in the Big Sky Tournament after going 4-3-0 in conference play during the regular season. Leah Larot was named first team all-conference and the Golden Boot winner after leading the Hornets and the conference with 10 goals. 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 while netting 20 goals. Abercrombie was three times named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week and seven players were given all-conference honors, including a first-team selection for defender Cori Shreve. The team finished the 2008 campaign with a 9-8-2 overall record, including a 3-3-1 mark in Big Sky Conference play. Two Hornets, Kemper and Kara Taylor, earned first team all-Big Sky honors, while four others earned honorable mention accolades. Kemper also became the second straight Hornet to win the Big Sky Golden Boot award, given to the league’s scoring leader. In his first season as head coach, Dedini guided the Hornets to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history after collecting their first-ever Big Sky Conference Tournament title. The Hornets also won the Big Sky regular season title in 2007 for the first time in school history while posting a program-record 12 wins. For his efforts, Dedini earned Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year honors - the first head man in program history to do so. Dedini oversaw nine Hornets who earned all-Big Sky honors during his first season, including McCoy, the Big Sky Offensive MVP. McCoy was also named Big Sky Tournament MVP, and earned the conference’s Golden Boot award for leading the league in goals. 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 9


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 win total. 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 outshot its opponents 172-106. Dedini first started as the goalkeepers coach for the Hornets in 2004. During that year, freshman keeper Brittany Auernig was named rookie of the year after making eight starts and 59 saves. Dedini made the move to top assistant in 2005. The Hornets’ improved recruiting efforts and change in philosophy 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. In his own playing career, Dedini competed at American River JC before transferring to Sonoma State. Dedini had two standout seasons for the Seawolves as the starting goalkeeper and graduated with a degree in kinesiology. A second team All-American in 1993, Dedini posted a schoolrecord 13 shutouts that season, leading Sonoma State to a 17-3-2 record. He currently ranks second in school history with 21 shutouts and his career goals-against-average of 0.75 is by far the best in school history. The Seawolves inducted Dedini into the Sonoma State Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008 and he is widely regarded as the best keeper in school history. After graduation, Dedini played in Major League Soccer for the Colorado Rapids and the Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting KC). After his MLS career, Dedini spent five years playing with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the A-League (now United Soccer Leage), earning honors such as team MVP, Iron Man and the century award for breaking the 100-cap mark. In all, Dedini played professional soccer for 11 seasons. While playing for the Riverhounds, Dedini served as the assistant coach for the men’s varsity soccer team at Quaker Valley High School in Pittsburgh, Pa., helping the squad to the 2002 state championship. Dedini is a Northern California native, having graduated from Vacaville High School in 1988. He and his wife, Katie, have two daughters, Jordyn and Jaycie, and one son, Jake.

MARISHA SCHUMACHER-HODGE Assistant Coach Experience: First Season Alma Mater: Boston University, 2009 Marisha Schumacher-Hodge enters her first season as an assistant coach for the Sacramento State women’s soccer program. Schumacher-Hodge has played and coached in a variety of locations around the world since completing her collegiate playing career at Boston University in 2009. Schumacher-Hodge most recently served as the head coach/player at Durham University in England and led her team to a second place finish at the British University National Championship last fall. She also has coaching experience as the head boy’s varsity coach at Animo Venice Charter High School, as an assistant coach with the Westside Breakers U13 and U15 teams in Los Angeles, and as a coach and trainer for other club teams. An extensive post-graduate playing career brought Shumacher-Hodge to professional teams in Iceland, Finland, and Sweden. She also played for several American teams including the Atlanta Beat of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS). Schumacher-Hodge was a three-time all-America East first team selection at Boston University, leading the Terriers to three conference championships and four NCAA Tournament appearances. She was named the America East Midfielder of the Year in 2006 and 2008 and was a two-time NSCAA all-Northeast Region honoree. She also shined in the classroom, earning a spot on the NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-America third team and the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic all-District second team in 2008. Schumacher-Hodge graduated with a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Boston University in 2009 and is completing a master’s in education from Durham University. 10


MEET THE HORNETS

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Click HERE for Kassi’s Full Bio

KASSI ANAST Position: Defender Height: 5-9 Class: Junior

Click HERE for Alyssa’s Full Bio

Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --

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Experience: 2V Hometown: Santa Ana, Calif. Previous School: Foothill HS

Career Stats Goals: 3 Assists: 1 Points: 7

ALYSSA ANDERSON Position: Forward Height: 5-2 Class: Sophomore

Shots: 3 Shots on Goal: -Games Played: 23

Shots: 18 Shots on Goal: 11 Games Played: 12

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Experience: 1V Hometown: Santa Rosa, Calif. Previous School: Montgomery HS

Click HERE for Lydia’s Full Bio

LYDIA BOWMAN Position: Midfielder Height: 5-7 Class: Redshirt Freshman

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Experience: RS Hometown: Malibu, Calif. Previous School: Agoura HS


Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --

Click HERE for Kristen’s Full Bio

Shots: 9 Shots on Goal: 5 Games Played: 20

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KRISTEN BRIDGES Position: Forward Height: 5-8 Class: Junior

Experience: 2V Hometown: Clovis, Calif. Previous School: Buchanan HS

Click HERE for Ashley’s Full Bio

ASHLEY CELLA

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Position: Midfielder Height: 5-5 Class: Redshirt Freshman

Click HERE for Adaurie’s Full Bio

ADAURIE DAYAK Position: Forward Height: 5-8 Class: Freshman

Experience: RS Hometown: Santa Rosa, Calif. Previous School: Montgomery HS

6 Experience: HS Hometown: Tracy, Calif. Previous School: Kimball HS

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Click HERE for Lauren’s Full Bio

LAUREN GARCIA Position: Defender Height: 5-5 Class: Junior

Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --

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Experience: 2V Hometown: Folsom, Calif. Previous School: Folsom HS

Click HERE for Hannah’s Full Bio

HANNAH GENDRON Position: Goalkeeper Height: 5-10 Class: Redshirt Freshman

Click HERE for Melissa’s Full Bio

MELISSA GOMEZ Position: Defender Height: 5-4 Class: Senior

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Shots: 2 Shots on Goal: 1 Games Played: 28

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Experience: RS Hometown: Davis, Calif. Previous School: Davis HS

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Click HERE for Alexa’s Full Bio

ALEXA HEINZER Position: Forward/Defender Height: 5-4 Class: RS Freshman

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Experience: RS Hometown: Carmichael, Calif. Previous School: Rio Americano HS

Click HERE for Emily’s Full Bio

EMILY HOOPER Position: Forward Height: 5-4 Class: Freshman

Click HERE for Josie’s Full Bio

JOSIE JOGWE Position: Forward Height: 5-11 Class: Sophomore

13 Experience: HS Hometown: Wilsonville, Ore. Previous School: Wilsonville HS

Career Stats Goals: 1 Assists: -- Points: 2

Shots: 11 Shots on Goal: 6 Games Played: 10

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Experience: 1V Hometown: Costa Mesa, Calif. Previous School: Newport Harbor HS

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Click HERE for Kassidy’s Full Bio

Career Stats Goals: 2 Assists: 1 Points: 5

KASSIDY KELLOGG Position: Forward/Defender Height: 5-10 Class: Sophomore

Click HERE for Raylene’s Full Bio

RAYLENE LAROT Position: Midfielder Height: 5-1 Class: Senior

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Experience: 1V Hometown: Sandy, Utah Previous School: Brighton HS

Career Stats Goals: 2 Assists: 0 Points: 4

Experience: 1V Hometown: San Jose, Calif. Previous School: Nevada

RACHEL LEONARD

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Shots: 8 Shots on Goal: 6 Games Played: 17

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Click HERE for Rachel’s Full Bio

Position: Defender Height: 5-8 Class: Freshman

Shots: 11 Shots on Goal: 3 Games Played: 18

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Experience: HS Hometown: Livermore, Calif. Previous School: Granada HS


Click HERE for Jennifer’s Full Bio

JENNIFER LUM Position: Midfielder Height: 5-7 Class: Redshirt Freshman

Click HERE for Kimberly’s Full Bio

KIMBERLY MATA Position: Goalkeeper Height: 5-8 Class: Junior

Click HERE for Maggie’s Full Bio

MAGGIE PLEIS Position: Forward Height: 5-5 Class: Sophomore

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Career Stats Saves: 18 Record: 2-2-0 GAA: 1.75 Shutouts: 1 Save %: .720 Games Played: 4

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Experience: 1V Hometown: Stockton, Calif. Previous School: Saint Mary’s HS

Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: 1 Points: 1

Shots: 3 Shots on Goal: 1 Games Played: 8

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Experience: 1V Hometown: Carnation, Wash. Previous School: Cedarcrest HS

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Click HERE for Jordyn’s Full Bio

Career Stats Goals: 3 Assists: 1 Points: 7

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JORDYN ROLLING Position: Defender Height: 5-5 Class: Senior

Click HERE for Shelby’s Full Bio

Experience: 2V Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev. Previous School: VCU

Career Stats Goals: 1 Assists: 0 Points: 2

SHELBY SALVACION Position: Forward Height: 5-2 Class: Junior

Click HERE for Jami’s Full Bio

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Shots: 29 Shots on Goal: 14 Games Played: 22

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Experience: 2V Hometown: San Jose, Calif. Previous School: Branham HS

Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --

JAMI SHIMADA Position: Midfielder Height: 5-2 Class: Senior

Shots: 43 Shots on Goal: 17 Games Played: 31

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Shots: 14 Shots on Goal: 8 Games Played: 52

Experience: 3V Hometown: Bellevue, Wash. Previous School: Newport HS


Click HERE for Jessica’s Full Bio

JESSICA SMALL Position: Midfielder Height: 5-3 Class: Junior

Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --

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Shots: 9 Shots on Goal: 2 Games Played: 18

Experience: 1V Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Previous School: CS Northridge

Click HERE for Presley’s Full Bio

PRESLEY STROTHER Position: Forward Height: 5-6 Class: Junior

Click HERE for McKenna’s Full Bio

Experience: JC Hometown: Pleasanton, Calif. Previous School: Ohlone College

Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --

McKENNA SWANSON Position: Defender Height: 5-9 Class: Sophomore

29 Shots: -Shots on Goal: -Games Played: 18

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Experience: 1V Hometown: Duvall, Wash. Previous School: Cedarcrest HS

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Click HERE for Kylie’s Full Bio

KYLIE TIERNEY Position: Defender Height: 5-4 Class: Freshman

Click HERE for Gabriela’s Full Bio

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Experience: HS Hometown: Davis, Calif. High School: Davis HS

Career Stats Goals: 0 Assists: 2 Points: 2

GABRIELA TRENTON Position: Defender Height: 5-5 Class: Senior

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Shots: 16 Shots on Goal: 9 Games Played: 46

Experience: 3V Hometown: San Juan Capistrano, Calif. High School: Valley HS


HISTORY & RECORD BOOK

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RECORD BOOK

KATIE McCOY CAREER RECORDS GOALS 1. Paula Guarda (1994-97) 2. Lisa Wrightsman (1999-02) 3. Katie McCoy (2004-07) 4. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998-99) 5. Leah Larot (2007-10)

35 32 27 20 17

ASSISTS 1. Katie McCoy (2004-07) 2. Paula Guarda (1994-97) 3. Jordan Carlberg (2008-12) 4. Maggie Murphy (2003-06) Lori Kerswell (1997-01)

22 18 13 12 12

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

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86 76 55 47 43

GAMES 1. Tiffany Fraser (2004-08) Sarah Howard (2005-08) Kara Taylor (2005-08) 4. Jordan Carlberg (2008-12) Leah Larot (2007-10)

80 80 80 77 77

GAMES STARTED 1. Kara Taylor (2005-08) 2. Sarah Howard (2005-08) 3. Erin Harrington (1994-97) 4. Katie McCoy (2004-07) 5. Paula Guarda (1994-97)

80 77 76 72 71

SHUTOUTS 1. Savannah Abercrombie (2008-11) 2. Stacy Himes (1994-97) 3. Mandy Trojan (2006-09) 4. Kristy Milanese (1998-99) 5. Amy Seely (2000-03)

29 13.5 11 10 8.5

POINTS 1. Katie McCoy (2007) 2. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998) Paula Guarda (1997) 4. Paula Guarda (1996) 5. Lisa Wrightsman (2000)

35 30 30 26 25

GOALIE SAVES 1. Stacy Himes (1994-97) 2. Savannah Abercrombie (2008-11) 3. Amy Seely (2000-03) 4. Jenny Lawrence (2005-08) 5. Kristy Milanese (1998-99)

354 271 251 180 172

GAMES STARTED 1. Sarah Howard (2006, 2007) Kayelyn Satkowski (2006) Kara Taylor (2006 and 2007) Katie McCoy (2007) Maggie Murphy (2006)

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SEASON RECORDS GOALS 1. Katie McCoy (2007) 2. Jessica Mackiewicz (1998) 3. Lisa Wrightsman (2000) Paula Guarda (1997) 5. Paula Guarda (1996) ASSISTS 1. Katie McCoy (2006, 2007) Kim Kemper (2007) 3. Amanda Gray (2007) Maggie Murphy (2006) Katie McCoy (2005) Desirae Feria (2000) Paula Guarda (1997) Paula Guarda (1996)

14 13 12 12 11

7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

SHUTOUTS 1. Mandy Trojan (2007) 2. Savannah Abercrombie (2009) Savannah Abercrombie (2008) 4. Savannah Abercrombe (2010) Stacy Himes (1996)

9 8 8 7 7

GOALIE SAVES 1. Stacy Himes (1996) 2. Amy Seely (2001) 3. Jenny Lawrence (2005) Stephanie Shaw (2003) 5. Dawn Anderson (1995)

123 108 104 104 103

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

0.68 0.70 0.99 1.01 1.04


RECORD BOOK

MAGGIE MURPHY MATCH RECORDS POINTS 1. Paula Guarda (4 goals, 1 assist) at Mills College – 10/25/94 2. Paula Guarda (3 goals, 1 assist) vs. UC Davis – 10/12/97 3. Lisa Wrightsman (3 goals) vs. Hawai’i – 9/30/01 Lori Kerswell (3 goals) vs. Nevada – 8/27/00 Paula Guarda (3 goals) vs. Utah State – 9/26/97 Paula Guarda (2 goals, 2 assists) vs. Weber State – 9/15/96 7. 10 Players tied with Most Recent Instances: Alyssa Anderson (2 goals, 1 assist) at Southern Utah - 10/5/12 Victoria Ramirez (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. The Master’s College - 8/26/11 Victoria Ramirez (1 goal, 3 assists) vs. Menlo - 9/12/10 Danielle Holloway (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. Menlo - 9/23/07 Kim Kemper (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. Fresno State - 9/9/07 Katie McCoy (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. Menlo - 9/23/07 ASSISTS 1. Victoria Ramirez vs. Menlo (9/12/10) Amanda Gray vs. NCU (11/11/07) Tisha Smith at Mills (10/25/94) 4. Several Players

GOALS 1. Paula Guarda at Mills (10/25/94) 2. Lisa Wrightsman vs. Hawai’i (9/30/01) Lori Kerswell vs. Nevada (8/27/00) Paula Guarda vs. UC Davis (10/12/97) Paula Guarda vs. Utah State (9/26/97)

4 3 3 3 3

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SAVES 1. Dawn Anderson vs. Pacific (9/20/95) 2. Amy Seely vs. Saint Mary’s (10/2/01) Kristy Milanese at IdahoSt (10/22/99) 4. Jenny Lawrence at WeberSt (10/29/05) 5. Mandy Trojan at Stanford (11/16/07) Stacy Himes at Chico State (10/22/94)

20 14 14 13 12 12

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TEAM RECORDS

9 7 6 6 6 6

5 5 5 5 5

3 3 3 2

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

GAME Most Goals Scored W, 9-0 vs. Menlo College (9/12/10) Most Goals Against L, 8-0 at Stanford (11/2/95) Largest Margin of Victory W, 9-0 vs. Menlo College (9/12/10) Largest Margin of Defeat L, 8-0 at Stanford (11/2/95) STREAKS Winning Streak Unbeaten Streak Losing Streak Home Winning Streak Home Unbeaten Streak Home Losing Streak Road Winning Streak Road Unbeaten Streak Road Losing Streak Consecutive Shutouts

5, 1998 9, 2007 11, 2004 11, 2006-07 15, 2006-2008 6, 1995-96 3, 1994 3, 1994, 2007 11,1995-97, 2003-04 4, 1994

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AWARDS AND HONORS ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM 2012 Victoria Ramirez 2011 Shea Roberts 2010 Leah Larot Cori Shreve 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-Densive MVP) 2001 Lisa Wrightsman 2000 Desirae Feria Lisa Wrightsman 1999 Jessica Mackiewicz 1998 Jessica Mackiewicz Kate Mathany 1997 Paula Guarda

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

MF D F MF MF F D D F F F

Jr. Jr. So. Fr.

D F F D

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

F MF F F F MF F

ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM 2012 Kassidy Kellogg 2011 Savannah Abercrombie Caitlin Pulver 2010 Savannah Abercrombie Shea Roberts Laura Bahno Megan Burg 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

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

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

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

Elece McBride Victoria Ramirez Kelsey O’Donnell Kim Kemper Ashley Forbes Sarah Howard Cori Shreve Christina Trenton Missy Matzen Christina Trenton Mandy Trojan Beverly Goebel Sarah Howard Kelly Novak Kayelyn Satkowski Kara Taylor Sarah Howard Jenny Lawrence Kelly Novak 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 HONORABLE MENTION 2012 Alyssa Anderson Megan Burg Jessica Castaño Elece McBride Jessica Small McKenna Swanson 2011 Laura Bahno Jessica Castaño Jordan Carlberg Jordyn Rolling 2010 Erin Tarantino

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

F MF MF F MF D D MF F F D

ALL-BIG SKY TOURNAMENT 2010 Elece McBride (MVP) Leah Larot Savannah Abercrombie Caitlin Pulver Laura Bahno Cori Shreve 2007 Katie Burton Amanda Gray Kim Kemper Missy Matzen Katie McCoy (MVP)

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

F MF F F F MF D D D D GK MF MF F F D MF GK F D D. MF D MF MF MF D D GK D MF MF MF F D MF MF D D MF GK GK MF GK

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

F F GK MF D MF D F F D F

Mandy Trojan So. GK 2006 Katie McCoy Jr. F Maggie Murphy Sr. MF Kara Taylor So. D 2005 Sarah Howard Fr. MF 2001 Katie DeClercq So. MF Lori Kerswell Sr. F Mattea Stanger Sr. D 1997 Paula Guarda Sr. F Kate Mathany So. D BIG SKY GOLDEN BOOT (CONF. POINT LEADER) 2008 Kim Kemper Jr. F 2007 Katie McCoy Sr. F 1998 Jessica Mackiewicz Jr. F SCHOLAR ATHLETE ALL-REGION First Team 2001 Lori Kerswell 1997 Stacey Riney Second Team 2008 Kim Kemper 2006 Katie McCoy 2000 Lori Kerswell 1997 Erin Harrington Third Team 2005 Katie McCoy 2001 Summer Douglas Naomi Ennis 1998 Becky Powers

Sr. Jr.

F F

Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

F F F MF

So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

F MF MF D

LLOYD O. SNELSON AWARD 2001 Katie DeClercq

So.

MF

TEAM MVP 2012 Victoria Ramirez 2011 Shea Roberts 2010 Shea Roberts 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

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

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


LEAH LAROT TEAM OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Elece McBride Sr. 2011 Caitlin Pulver Sr. 2010 Leah Larot Sr. 2009 Kelsey O’Donnell Fr. 2008 Kim Kemper Jr. 2007 Kim Kemper So. 2006 Kayelyn Satkowski Jr. 2005 Katie McCoy So. 2004 Katie McCoy Fr. 2003 Maggie Murphy Fr. 2002 Lisa Wrightsman Sr. 2001 Lisa Wrightsman Jr. 2000 Lisa Wrightsman So. 1999 Jessica Mackiewicz Sr. 1998 Jessica Mackiewicz Jr. 1997 Paula Guarda Sr. 1996 Paula Guarda Jr. 1995 Tisha Smith Sr. 1994 Paula Guarda Fr. TEAM DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Shelby Tomasello Sr. 2011 Laura Bahno Sr. 2010 Erin Tarantino Sr.

F F F F F F F F MF MF F F F F F F F F

GK D D

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

Christina Trenton Katelin Hopping Kara Taylor Katie Burton Kara Taylor Marissa Condren Mandi Siller Mandi Siller Michelle Balzouman Mattea Stanger Mattea Stanger Maureen Whitney Becky Powers Kate Mathany Jessica Smith Jessica Smith Gina Herndon

TEAM ROOKIE AWARD 2012 McKenna Swanson 2011 Kristen Bridges 2010 Jami Shimada 2009 Kelsey O’Donnell 2008 Paige Tucker 2007 Leah Larot

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

D D D D D D D D GK D D D D Util D D D

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

D F MF F D F

2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1995

Beverly Goebel Sarah Howard Brittany Auernig Katie Burton Stephanie Shaw Linda Sanchez Katie DeClercq Brittany Hijlkema Lisa Wrightsman Jennifer Peterson

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

MF MF GK D GK MF MF MF F D

COACHES AWARD 2012 Megan Burg 2011 Jessica Castaño 2010 Victoria Ramirez 2009 Shea Roberts 2008 Cori Shreve 2007 Missy Matzen 2006 Natalia Romo 2005 Kara Taylor 2004 Amber Dragomir 2002 Kelly Law Natalia Romo

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

MF MF D D D D MF D D Util Util

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NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES NOV. 16, 2007 @ #1 STANFORD STANFORD, Calif. - The Sacramento State women's soccer team fell to top seeded Stanford, 7-0, on Friday, Nov. 16 at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. With the loss, the Hornets finish the season with a record of 12-4-5, while the Cardinal improve to 15-2-4. Stanford will move on to the second round of the tournament, facing rival Cal, who defeated Santa Clara 2-0 in the day's earlier match, on Sunday afternoon. Stanford took control from the opening whistle, scoring less than a minute in, as Christen Press found the back of the net just 37 seconds into the contest to make the score 1-0. Stanford extended the lead in the 8th minute, as Kelley O'Hara found the back of the net to extend the margin to 2-0. The Hornets were then credited with an own goal in the 27th minute, putting Sacramento State down 3-0 at the half.

KATIE McCOY TOOK TWO SHOTS BUT THE HORNETS COULD NOT SLOW A POTENT STANFORD OFFENSE, LOSING 7-0.

The Cardinal continued to pour it on, scoring four goals in the second half of play, which two goals in the final 5:08 of gametime, to

post the final margin of 7-0. Stanford outshot the Hornets 31-8, with Hornet sophomore 'keeper Mandy Trojan collected a career best 12 saves, which is the fifth best single game save performance in school history. Senior Katie McCoy and sophomore Danielle Holloway led the Hornets with two shots apiece. The NCAA Tournament match, which marked the first NCAA appearance by a Hornet women's soccer team, was the final game action in the Green and Gold for seniors Katie Burton, Amanda Gray, and Katie McCoy. All three players were named first team all-Big Sky this season, with McCoy being named Offensive MVP and Conference Tournament MVP. All told, they played a combined 203 matches at Sacramento State, including 150 starts. McCoy ends her career tied with Erin Harrington (1994-97) for the most matches played in a career with 76, while becoming the second Hornet in history to average 1.0 points per game or above, tallying 76 for her career.

NOV. 12, 2010 @ #1 STANFORD STANFORD, Calif. - The Sacramento State women’s soccer team hung tough with the No. 1 ranked team in the nation and it was scoreless at halftime, but the Hornets lost 3-0 to Stanford in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament on Friday, Nov. 12, in front of 1,808 fans at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. The Hornets finished the 2010 season with a 9-10-1 record while the Cardinal improved to 19-0-2 with the victory. The Cardinal blasted a whopping 19 shots in the first half compared to just two by the Hornets, but junior keeper Savannah Abercrombie kept Stanford off the board in the opening period with five saves. The Sacramento native grabbed six saves in the second half, but the Cardinal took another 23 shots in the second half and connected on three of them to propel the No. 1 overall seeded Cardinal into the second round against Santa Clara. The Hornets held Stanford scoreless for nearly 65 minutes but in the 66th minute Sydney Payne took a crossing pass and flicked it backwards into the net.

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Payne would assist on the Cardinal’s next two goals, setting up Taylor McCann in the 82nd minute and Nina Watkins in the 87th minute. Stanford’s prolific scorer, senior Christen Press, who came into the game with 23 goals and seven assists on the season, did not register a point against the Hornets despite 15 shot attempts and five shots on goal. Sacramento State took three total shots in the game, with Victoria Ramirez, Jessica Castaño and Caitlin Pulver attempting to score against the Cardinal. Stanford took 15 corner kicks to just one by Sacramento State. Only 12 total fouls were whistled, with seven on Sacramento State. Megan Burg was issued the game’s only yellow card. The Hornets wrapped up the season with 34 goals on the season while limiting their opponents to just 24 and taking 139 shots compared to 109 by their opponents.

SAVANNAH ABERCROMBIE TIED A CAREER HIGH WITH 11 SAVES AGAINST STANFORD BUT THE HORNETS LOST, 3-0.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS 1994 Coach Sandra Asimos at San Francisco ARIZONA at San Francisco COLORADO COLLEGE HAWAI’I at UC Davis GONZAGA MILLS COLLEGE at Stanford SAN FRANCISCO at Cal State Hayward at Cal Poly at Loyola Marymount PACIFIC SAN FRANCISCO STATE CHICO STATE at Mills College at Pacific at Cal Poly Pamona at UC Irvine 1995 Coach Sandra Asimos vs. Loyola Marymount at Cal State Fullerton OREGON STATE HAWAI’I at California at Pacific FRESNO STATE at USC at UC Santa Barbara Cal State HAYWARD WYOMING UC DAVIS at Fresno State CAL POLY UTAH SAN JOSE STATE vs. Montana at Arizona at Stanford PACIFIC 1996 Coach Sandra Asimos UC SANTA BARBARA PACIFIC at San Jose State WEBER STATE* Cal State NORTHRIDGE* at Saint Mary’s vs. Portland State* at Oregon State

9-10-1 L, 4-0 W, 3-1 L, 4-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-0 L, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, Forfeit L, 3-0 L, 5-0 T, 2-2 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 W, 8-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 6-0 4-16-0 L, 6-3 L, 5-2 L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 5-1 L, 7-0 W, 2-1 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 (OT) L, 5-0 L, 1-0 W, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 4-2 L, 8-0 L, 3-0 6-11-2 (2-2-1) L, 3-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 5-0 T, 6-6 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 4-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-1

WEBER STATE* HAWAI’I FRESNO STATE at Cal State Northridge* at Pepperdine UC DAVIS Cal State HAYWARD vs. North Texas vs. Oregon MONTANA* at Stanford *Big Sky Conference game

W, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 (OT) L, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 4-0 L, 4-1 W, 5-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-1

1997 Coach Sandra Asimos vs. Auburn at Hawai’i SAN FRANCISCO ARIZONA OKLAHOMA STATE at Fresno State UTAH STATE GONZAGA at Portland State* at Oregon State LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UC DAVIS Cal State NORTHRIDGE* NORTHERN ARIZONA* at Montana* at Weber State* at San Jose State at Pacific vs. Weber State# *Big Sky Conference game # Big Sky Tournament

6-11-2 (3-2-0)

1998 Coach Sandra Asimos PACIFIC at San Francisco OREGON STATE LONG BEACH STATE vs. Fairfield SAN JOSE STATE at Saint Mary’s HAWAI’I at UNLV vs. Loyola Marymount at Northern Arizona* at Cal State Northridge* IDAHO STATE* at Weber State* FRESNO STATE (OT) EASTERN WASHINGTON* MONTANA (OT)* PORTLAND STATE* *Big Sky Conference game

9-9-0 (3-4-0)

L, 3-2 L, 1-0 (OT) L, 2-1 T, 0-0 (20T) T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 4-1 L, 2-1 (OT) L, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 4-0

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

1999 Coach Sandra Asimos GONZAGA at Pacific at Portland State* at Oregon State at Saint Mary’s vs. Kent SAN FRANCISCO HAWAI’I DENVER SAN JOSE STATE at Fresno State NORTHERN ARIZONA* Cal State NORTHRIDGE* at Idaho State* WEBER STATE* at Eastern Washington* at Montana* *Big Sky Conference game

8-8-1 (2-4-1)

2000 Coach Sandra Asimos MEMPHIS NEVADA at San Jose State WYOMING EASTERN WASHINGTON* PACIFIC at Northern Arizona* at Arizona State at Fordham at Stonybrook UC SANTA BARBARA MONTANA * PORTLAND STATE* at Cal State Northridge* IDAHO STATE* at Weber State* at Montana# *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament

9-6-2 (4-3-0)

2001 Coach Sandra Asimos MEMPHIS at Hawai’i at Pacific CINCINNATI at Eastern Washington* at Idaho UC RIVERSIDE HAWAI’I at Saint Mary’s at UC Santa Barbara SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND STATE* NORTHERN ARIZONA*

5-9-4 (3-3-0)

W, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 6-1 W, 2-0 L, 2-1 T, 1-1(2OT) L, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 6-0

W, 6-2 W, 5-1 W, 2-0 T, 2-2 (2OT) W, 4-3 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 3-2 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 5-0

W, 6-2 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-1 L, 4-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-0 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 27


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Montana* at Weber State* IDAHO STATE* OREGON STATE SAN JOSE STATE at Weber State# *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament 2002 Coach Karen Hanks PACIFIC at San Francisco at Utah State WYOMING CREIGHTON IDAHO SAINT MARY’S at UC Riverside CAL STATE STANISLAUS at Northern Arizona* WAKE FOREST at Portland State* EASTERN WASHINGTON* MONTANA* at Idaho State* WEBER STATE* at San Jose State *Big Sky Conference game

3-13-1 (1-5-0)

2003 Coach Karen Hanks NAVY UC DAVIS at Fresno State OREGON PRINCETON at Nevada CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE SAN FRANCISCO UTAH at Saint Mary’s at Portland State* SAN JOSE STATE NORTHERN ARIZONA* WEBER STATE* IDAHO STATE* UTAH VALLEY STATE at Eastern Washington* at Montana* *Big Sky Conference game

6-9-3 (0-4-2)

2004 Coach Katie Poynter at Long Beach State at Cal State Northridge vs. Miami 28

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

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

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

3-15-0 (1-5-0) L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 2-0

vs. IUPUI NEVADA at Fresno State at San Francisco at Cal Poly at San Jose State SAINT MARY’S PORTLAND STATE* COLORADO COLLEGE at Northern Arizona* UC DAVIS at Idaho State* at Weber State* MONTANA* EASTERN WASHINGTON* *Big Sky Conference game

W, 5-1 W, 2-1(OT) L, 5-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 5-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 4-0

2005 Coach Katie Poynter at UC Davis UC RIVERSIDE at Nevada FRESNO STATE at UTEP vs. Mississippi St. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE SAN JOSE STATE IDAHO at Pacific at Saint Mary’s EASTERN WASHINGTON* MONTANA* Northern Arizona* CAL STATE EAST BAY at Portland State* at Weber State* at Idaho State* vs. Northern Arizona# *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament

8-8-3 (4-2-0)

2006 Coach Katie Poynter NEVADA SAINT MARY’S UC DAVIS at Idaho at Washington State at San Jose State MENLO at Fresno State at Air Force at Colorado College BOISE STATE CAL POLY at Weber State* at Idaho State*

W, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 (OT) T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 4-1 T, 2-2 (2OT) W, 2-1 L, 1-0 (OT) L, 2-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-0 W, 2-1(OT) W, 5-1 W, 2-1 L, 4-1 W, 2-0 L, 2-1

10-7-4 (4-2-1) L, 2-0 W, 1-0 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 6-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 4-3 (2OT) W, 2-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 1-0 (OT)

MONTANA* EASTERN WASHINGTON* NORTHERN COLORADO* at Northern Arizona* at Portland State* vs. Montana# at Idaho State# *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament

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

2007 Coach Randy Dedini MOUNT ST. MARY’S SAN JOSE STATE FRESNO STATE at Nevada at UC Davis at Saint Mary’s MENLO CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD UTEP at Pepperdine at Loyola Marymount WEBER STATE* IDAHO STATE* at Montana* at Eastern Washington* at Northern Colorado* Northern Arizona* PORTLAND STATE* vs. Portland State# vs. Northern Colorado# at #2 Stanford$ *Big Sky Conference game #Big Sky Tournament $NCAA Tournament

12-4-5 (4-0-3)

2008 Coach Randy Dedini at Pacific SEATTLE at UC Riverside at UC Santa Barbara UC DAVIS at San Jose State MIAMI UNIVERSITY IONA at Cal State Bakersfield at Fresno State NEVADA UC Santa Cruz at Northern Arizona* NORTHERN COLORADO* EASTERN WASHINGTON* MONTANA* at Idaho State* at Weber State*

9-8-2 (3-3-1)

W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 5-1 T, 3-3 (2OT) L, 3-2 (2OT) L, 2-0 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 (OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-0 W, 2-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 4-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 7-0

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Portland State* *Big Sky Conference game

T, 0-0 (2OT)

2009 Coach Randy Dedini at UC Davis ALBANY UC SANTA BARBARA DOMINICAN PACIFIC at Nevada at San Diego State at Pepperdine at Fresno State at No. 10 California SAN JOSE STATE NORTHERN ARIZONA* at Northern Colorado* at Montana* at Eastern Washington* WEBER STATE* IDAHO STATE* PORTLAND STATE* *Big Sky Conference game

8-5-5 (3-2-2) T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 6-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 1-0 T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 1-0 L, 2-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 (2OT)

2010 9-10-1 (4-3-0) Coach Randy Dedini UC DAVIS L, 1-0 SAN DIEGO STATE L, 2-1 at San Jose State W, 2-1 (2OT) at Pacific L, 1-0 at #24 Long Beach State T, 0-0 (2OT) NEVADA L, 4-3 MENLO COLLEGE W, 9-0 FRESNO STATE W, 2-0 vs. Cal State Bakersfield^ L, 2-1 at Seattle^ L, 3-2 (2OT) MONTANA* W, 3-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W, 1-0 at Northern Arizona* L, 3-2 at Northern Colorado* W, 2-0 at Idaho State* L, 1-0 WEBER STATE* W, 3-1 at Portland State* L, 1-0 vs. Portland State# W, 2-1 vs. Northern Arizona# W, 1-0 at #1 Stanford$ L, 3-0 *Big Sky Conference game # Big Sky Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ NCAA Tournament ^Seattle University Tournament 2011 Coach Randy Dedini SEATTLE at Long Beach State THE MASTER’S COLLEGE at UC Davis

PACIFIC at Fresno State SAN FRANCISCO CREIGHTON SAN JOSE STATE at Nevada PORTLAND STATE* at Montana* at Eastern Washington* NORTHERN ARIZONA* NORTHERN COLORADO* IDAHO STATE* at Weber State* *Big Sky Conference game

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

2012 5-9-4 (3-4-2) Coach Randy Dedini NEVADA W, 2-1 UC DAVIS T, 0-0 (2OT) CAL POLY L, 4-1 at San Francisco L, 4-1 at UNLV L, 2-0 vs. Indiana State (Las Vegas, Nev.) T, 0-0 (2OT) UC SANTA CRUZ W, 4-0 PENN L, 3-2 (2OT) at North Dakota* W, 1-0 at Northern Colorado* L, 2-0 EASTERN WASHINGTON* T, 1-1 (2OT) MONTANA* W, 2-0 at Southern Utah* W, 3-1 at Northern Arizona* T, 0-0 (2OT) WEBER STATE* L, 2-0 IDAHO STATE* L, 2-1 at Portland State* L, 3-1 at San Jose State L, 2-1 *Big Sky Conference game

6-9-2 (2-3-2) L, 2-1 (OT) L, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-0 29


UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS LEADERSHIP Attending Sacramento State offers a lifechanging opportunity. We will prepare you not only for a career, but to be a leader in your profession and in your community. ACADEMICS Sacramento State offers a vibrant intellectual environment with a multicultural student body of 29,000. We graduate 6,500 students each year who take their pick from 58 undergraduate, 41 graduate, six post-baccalaureate certificates and two doctoral programs. CAMPUS We’re particularly proud of our beautiful 300-acre campus, with its lush landscaping and 3,000 trees. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby American River Parkway, linking campus and student housing with areas such as Folsom Lake and downtown Sacramento. ACTIVITIES More than half the University’s students join at least one of 276 student organizations, and

SACRAMENTO STATE STUDENTS Enrollment: 29,000

Top: A new bookstore opened on campus in 2007. Below: There is late-night study space in the AIRC.

Men: 42% Women: 58% Undergraduate: 77% Graduate: 22%

SACRAMENTO STATE STUDENT ETHNICITY African American: 6% American Indian: 1% Asian/Pacific: 21% Latino/Latina: 19% Caucasian: 40% International: 2% Other: 11%

more than 5,000 participate in the intramural sports program. There are arts programs, speeches, debates, comedy shows and concerts throughout the year. VALUE Sacramento State remains one of the nation’s best higher education values, with student fees among the lowest in the nation. About one-third of our students receive some form of financial assistance.

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA Sacramento is one of the state’s most affordable big cities, and offers dozens of stylish restaurants, galleries and boutiques within minutes of campus. The region’s parks, rivers and nearby recreation areas make it popular with outdoor enthusiasts.


CAMPUS

ATHLETICS CENTER


THE WELL Sacramento State opened its state-of-the-art 151,000 square-foot recreation and wellness center, the WELL, prior to the 2010-11 school year and it has already become a hub for students. The facility, which is open year-round, features four basketball courts, a track, a climbing wall, a multi-purpose sport court for indoor soccer and volleyball, racquetball courts, expansive weight-training and cardio areas and full locker rooms. There are also exercise studios where trainers lead classes in everything from yoga and zumba to cycling boot camps and cardio kickboxing. Personal trainers are also available. In addition, The WELL is the home base for Sacramento State’s intramurals program, student health center and the Peak Adventures organization. Peak Adventures is an outdoor program that provides recreational and educational opportunities through guided outdoor trips and ropes course programs plus clinics and classes on many outdoor subjects. Peak Adventures also boasts a full-service bike shop and equipment rentals to prepare students for any journey.

Top: The exterior of the WELL lit up at night.

The WELL sponsors great events for students

Above: Huge climbing walls are near the entrance.

throughout the year. Check out photos from

Below: The WELL’s four basketball courts.

some of them HERE.


RESIDENCE HALLS Sacramento State utilizes six residence hall complexes to house students. American River Courtyard, the newest - completed in 2009, houses upperclassmen in apartment style dorms while Sutter Hall, Sierra Hall, Draper Hall, Jenkins Hall and Desmond Hall feature traditional style dorms for freshmen. All of the residence halls are located on the north edge of campus along the American River, with three buildings on each side of the dining commons. Living on campus can have a significant impact on academic success and personal growth. The Residence Halls are not only comfortable and convenient, but they also offer ample opportunities to make new and lasting friendships and to be involved with floor, hall, and campus-wide activities. Residence halls are staffed by live-in professionals and trained student Resident Advisors. Staff help organize a variety of programs and social activities, and serve as a source of campus information.

Click HERE for Residence Hall Virtual Tours

Top: Sacramento State opened up the American River Courtyard dorms in 2009. Above: Residence halls include large common areas for studying and relaxation. Below: Bunk beds are common in the freshmen dorms.


MAJORS, MINORS & CERTIFICATES AFRICAN STUDIES: Minor, Certificate ANTHROPOLOGY: BA, Minor ART: BA, Minor ASIAN STUDIES: BA, Minor ASTRONOMY: Minor BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: BA, BS, Honors, Minor, Certificate BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: BS, Business Honors, Minor, Certificate CALIFORNIA STUDIES: Minor CAREER & TECHNICAL STUDIES: BS CHEMISTRY: BA, BS, Minor CHICANA/O LATINA/O STUDIES: Minor CHILD DEVELOPMENT: BA, Minor CHINESE: Minor COMMUNICATION STUDIES: BA, Minor COMPUTER SCIENCE: BS, Minor, Certificate CRIMINAL JUSTICE: BS, Minor ECONOMICS: BA, Minor, Certificate EDUCATION: Minor EDUCATION - BILINGUAL: Minor EDUCATION - SPECIAL EDUCATION, REHABILITATION, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY, & DEAF STUDIES: BA, Minor, Certificate EDUCATION — TEACHER EDUCATION: Minor ENGINEERING: Minor ENGINEERING — CIVIL: BS, Certificate ENGINEERING — COMPUTER: BS ENGINEERING — CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: BS-Minor in Business Administration

ENGINEERING — ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC: BS ENGINEERING — MECHANICAL: BS ENGLISH: BA, Minor, Certificate ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES: BA, Minor ETHNIC STUDIES: BA, Minor, Certificate FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES: BA, Minor FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION: Certificate FILM: BA, Minor (Film Studies)

Top: The North entrance to campus. Above: There are many outdoor study spaces.

FRENCH: BA, Minor GEOGRAPHY: BA, Minor, Certificate GEOLOGY: BA, BS, Minor GERMAN: Minor GERONTOLOGY: BS, Minor GOVERNMENT: BA, Minor GRAPHIC DESIGN: BS HEALTH SCIENCE: BS, Minor HELLENIC STUDIES: Minor HISTORY: BA, Minor HUMANITIES & RELIGIOUS STUDIES: BA

INTERIOR DESIGN: BA ITALIAN: Minor JAPANESE: Minor JOURNALISM: BA, Minor KINESIOLOGY: BS, Minor, Credential, Certificate LABOR STUDIES: Minor LATIN: Minor LIBERAL STUDIES: BA MATHEMATICS: BA, Minor, Credential MIDDLE EAST/ISLAMIC STUDIES: Minor MILITARY STUDIES: Minor MUSIC: BA, BM, Minor NURSING: BS PEACE & CONFLICT RESOLUTION: Minor PHILOSOPHY: BA, Honors Program, Minor PHOTOGRAPHY: BA PHYSICAL SCIENCE: BA PHYSICS: BA, BS, Minor, Certificate PORTUGUESE: Minor PSYCHOLOGY: BA, Minor, Certificate RECREATION, PARKS, & TOURISM ADMINISTRATION: BS, Minor RUSSIAN: Minor SOCIAL SCIENCE: BA SOCIAL WORK: BA, Minor SOCIOLOGY: BA, Minor SPANISH: BA, Minor SPECIAL MAJOR: BA, BS, Minor SPEECH PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY: BS THEATER & DANCE: BA, Minor WOMEN’S STUDIES: BS, Minor


SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS


FACILITIES SACRAMENTO STATE FACILITIES Hornet Stadium: Football, Track and Field John Smith Field: Baseball Shea Stadium: Softball Hornet Field: Men’s and Women’s Soccer The Nest: Volleyball, Gymnastics and Basketball Sacramento State Aquatic Center: Rowing Rio Del Oro RC: Men’s and Women’s Tennis Spare Time Indoor TC: Men’s and Women’s Tennis Empire Golf, Valley Hi CC, Del Paso CC, Morgan Creek CC, Winchester CC and Sierra View CC : Golf Broad Fieldhouse: Weight Room, Training Room

Top: Hornet Stadium had state-of-the-art Field Turf installed prior to the 2010 season. Above: Shea Stadium, home of the softball team, is the finest facility in the conference. Below: The Sacramento State volleyball team, along with men’s and women’s basketball, plays at The Nest. Left: The Nest is also home for gymnastics meets.


THE BROAD FIELDHOUSE The newest athletics facility on the Sacramento State campus, the Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse, was completed in 2008.

The facility, located on the south end of Hornet Stadium, provides large meeting rooms that can be divided for small groups.

The facility features locker rooms and coaches offices for the Sacramento State football and track & field programs as well as a new weight room. The Broad also houses an equipment room and training room.

The strength and conditioning staff is housed in the Broad with all teams executing customized workout programs in the 6,000 square-foot weight room.

Top: The main entrance of the Broad Fieldhouse on the south end of Hornet Stadium. Above: One of many stations in the Broad Fieldhouse weight room. Left: All Sacramento State teams receive specialized weight training in the Broad Fieldhouse.


ATHLETICS CENTER The new Athletics Center was renovated in 2011 with coaches and staff moving in over winter break. The building features two floors, with coaches offices, a kitchen and deck on the top floor plus staff offices and a large lobby on the bottom level. The building is located next to Yosemite Hall, which houses the gym, locker rooms and a training room. The Athletics Center features many study areas for student-athletes and the fastest wireless internet on campus. It is a great place for Hornets to relax between classes. Top: The main entrance to the Athletics Center features the Hornet logo proudly displayed above. Above: The lobby has study areas and a donor wall featuring names of endowed scholarships. Below: Ticket windows are located in the lobby of the new athletics center. Left: Women’s basketball head coach Jamie Craighead’s office on the second floor.


ATHLETICS EXCELLENCE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (LAST 4 YEARS) 2012-13 WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 2011-12 BASEBALL - Western Athletic Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S GOLF - America Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 2010-11 MEN’S SOCCER - Mountain Pacific Sports Federation WOMEN’S SOCCER - Big Sky Conference MEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 2009-10 MEN’S SOCCER - Mountain Pacific Sports Federation WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference

Top: Women’s outdoor track and field won a Big Sky record fifth straight championship in 2013. Above: Men’s tennis won its fifth consecutive and 11th overall Big Sky title last season. Below: The women’s tennis team has won an incredible 105 consecutive Big Sky matches over 12 years.


ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Dr. Alexander Gonzalez

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR Dr. Terry Wanless

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.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ 11-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 22year Division I history.

As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. 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. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s degree 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 the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. 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. Click here to read more about President Gonzalez

His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last seven years where the Hornets have earned 43 conference titles. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during the 200607, 2007-08 and 2010-11 academic years. In addition, the program won the Big Sky Conference’s all-sports points championship in 2010-11 and finished second among the 11 league institutions in 2012-13. Academically, Sacramento State athletics recently posted its highest graduation rates in the Div. I era. Additionally, four programs finished among the top 10 percent nationally in their sport in NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) requirements in two of the last three years. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and most recently completed terms as a member of the NCAA FCS 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. Click Here to read more about Dr. Wanless


STUDENT-ATHLETE RESOURCE CENTER The Student-Athlete Resource Center was created in March 2006 in an effort to combine three very important Student Affairs’ programs that provide valuable services to Hornet student-athletes, coaches, and staff. The programs of Athletic Academic Services, Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development, and NCAA Compliance and Financial Services combine to provide student-athletes with the support to develop as independent and successful

Life Skills Mark McGushin 916-278-5297

young adults and the skills to achieve their academic goals, to persist towards graduation, and to meet all NCAA eligibility requirements. The SARC staff helps student-athletes navigate through many of the campus’ academic procedures and policies, understand NCAA rules compliance and eligibility requirements, and provide services that place student welfare and the development of the whole student as a top priority.

Compliance Katherine Zedonis 916-278-4537

Compliance Kylee Keroher 916-278-2644

Director Paul Edwards 916-278-7796

Academic Services Laurie Dahlberg 916-278-5440

Football Advisor Bob Shook 916-278-2306

Admissions Shannon Hall 916-278-6309


SPORTS MEDICINE The Sports Medicine Team at Sacramento

We intend to fulfill our purpose by:

and student athletic trainer maintains a pleasant,

State provides quality health care to all

• Creating a comfortable and caring environment

caring, and professional attitude consistent with

student-athletes. This is done through the

within the athletic training facility.

the National Athletic Trainers Association Code

following domains: risk management and injury prevention, pathology of injuries and illnesses, assessment and evaluation, acute care of injury and illness, pharmacology, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, nutritional aspects of injury and illness and psychosocial intervention and referral.

of Professional Practice. • Assuring that our emergency procedures are safe, efficient, and expedient.

• Maintaining and operating our athletic training facility in an organized and efficient manner.

• Providing care for student-athletes regardless of ability, race, color, sex, age, religion, national

• Assuring that each athlete is carefully counseled

origin or sport.

regarding their injury or illness and options are explained when appropriate.

• Assuring that each physician, staff member • Philosophically providing all athletes with the opportunity to see a physician if he or she makes this request to a certified staff member. • Insuring that student athletic trainers are properly trained and knowledgeable regarding basic care and treatment of injuries. • Insuring that each athlete has the best possible Director of Training Brandon Padilla (ATC)

Athletic Trainer Heather Swanson (ATC)

Athletic Trainer Joe Ramos (ATC)

opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics in a physically healthy environment.


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING The strength and conditioning program has the following goals for our student-athletes: • To be the best physically prepared team each game. • To be the best mentally prepared team each game. • To ready for each contest by matching workout tempo to pace of a game. • To emphasize ground based exercises: applying maximum amount of force through the ground as fast as possible to move quicker, run faster, jump higher, get stronger and be more explosive. • Decrease the chance of injury. • To learn to compete under adversity. • To be winners on and off the field as a team and individually. The three principles used by the strength and conditioning staff:

Director Jared Nessland

Assistant Erin White

Assistant Tom DiStasio

Assistant Kyle Aber

• HOW TO - Proper technique. • HOW FAST - Speed after great technique. • HOW MUCH - Load, frequency, time, weight, reps, distance and work-rest ratio. The Sacramento State strength and conditioning staff utilizes both the Broad Fieldhouse weight room plus the Hornet Stadium turf and track to conduct workouts. The Broad features 10 Olympic platforms, a large dumbbell area, and numerous machine weights to help strengthen studentathletes and is large enough for 50 student-athletes to work in a circuit. The facility also has equipment used for rehabilitation purposes. Becoming a champion and winning championships is a 52-week commitment. There is no offseason. We always strive to get better.


HEAD COACHES

Reggie Christiansen Baseball Fourth Season

Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 12th Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball Fifth Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer Seventh Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis Eighth Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 32nd Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball Sixth Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis Ninth Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 25th Season

Lori Perez Softball First Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 11th Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football Seventh Season

David Sutherland Golf Seventh Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball Sixth Season

SUPPORT STAFF Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Tod Bannister Associate AD External Affairs

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Bobby Biggs Director of Cheerleading

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Cheryl Boyes Community Relations Director

Natalie Cunningham Nelligan Sports Properties

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

Angeliza Fontillas Marketing Green Army

Kylie Hurn Business Assistant

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Ryan Maddox Nelligan Sports Properties

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Senior Woman Administrator

Missy Matzen Development Assistant Director

Scott Moak Public Address Announcer

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Tracy Ralls Public Address Announcer

Dr. Clay Redfield Associate Director of Bands

Jolie Roberts Dance Team Director

Will Schilling Public Address Announcer

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

John Smith Special Assistant to the Athletic Director

Bob Solorio Staff Photographer

Chris Soriano Marketing Graphic Designer

Steve Tebbs Facilities and Operations Director

Andrew Tomsky Assistant Media Relations Director

Rose Welch Business Manager

Becca Whitman Nelligan Sports Properties


GET TO KNOW SACRAMENTO

The famous Tower Bridge connects the Capitol to West Sacramento and Raley Field.


THE CAPITOL BUILDING The California State Capitol is home to the government of California. The building houses the bicameral state legislature and the office of the governor. The Neoclassical structure was completed between 1861 and 1874 at the west end of Capitol Park, which is framed by L Street to the north, N Street to the south, 10th Street to the west, and 15th Street to the east. The Capitol and grounds were listed on the office of the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, and listed as a California Historical Landmark during 1974, with a re-dedication on January 9, 1982 to commemorate the close of the bicentennial restoration project.

HISTORIC CALIFORNIA CAPITAL LOCATIONS 1. Monterey September 9, 1849 - October 13, 1849 2. Pueblo de San Jose December 15, 1849 - May 1, 1851 3. Vallejo January 5, 1852 - January 12, 1852 4. Sacramento January 16, 1852 - November 2, 1853 5. Vallejo January 3, 1853 - February 4, 1853 6. Benicia Top: The Capitol building is the heart of downtown. Above: A stained glass state seal at the Capitol.

February 11, 1853 - February 25, 1854 7. Sacramento February 28, 1854 - present day

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The California Senate chamber seats its 40 members in a large chamber room decorated in red, which is a reference to the British House of Lords, also the upper house of a bicameral legislature. The Latin phrase “Senatoris est civitatis libertatem tueri” [“It is the duty of a Senator to protect the liberty of the people”] lines a wall in the chamber.

The California Assembly chamber is located at the opposite end of the building. Its green tones are based on those of the British House of Commons, the lower house. The dais rests along a wall shaped like an “E”, with the central projection housing the rostrum. Along the cornice appears a quotation from Abraham

Lincoln in Latin: legislatorum est justas leges condere (“It is the duty of legislators to pass just laws”). Public tours are conducted daily, on the hour, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For tour information, call (916) 324-0333.


MIDTOWN Going to school and living in an urban area has its advantages. Midtown is a perfect example of that.

Top: Sacramento’s midtown neighborhood features many restaurants and shops. Left: There are a myriad of old Victorian homes that have been renovated into apartments in midtown.

The neighborhood, bordered by R Street on the South, J Street on the North, 16th Street on the West and 30th Street on the East, is home to many Hornets.

Below: Tree-lined streets and wide sidewalks make midtown an inviting place to live.

A large number of Sacramento State students live in Midtown due to the area’s fun and vibrant atmosphere and the numerous public transportation options available. Students can take both bus and light rail to get to campus. It is a largely residential community with treelined streets and old Victorians. It is also the center of Sacramento’s art, music, and cultural scene. Boutiques, bars, clubs plus upscale and casual dining abound and Midtown has the only winery located in the greater urban area.

Midtown hosts the famous “Second Saturday” street fair on the second Saturday of each month, which attracts thousands of visitors. Midtown is known for being pedestrianfriendly and bike-friendly with continuous marked bike-lanes throughout the neighborhood and a bike path connecting to the American River Parkway which extends to campus and beyond to Folsom.


OLD SACRAMENTO In 1853, a mammoth project was proposed to raise the city above the flood level. The ambitious and expensive proposal was not fully accepted until another devastating flood swept through the city in 1862. Within a few years, thousands of cubic yards of earth were brought in on wagons and the daring scheme to raise the street level began. The original street level can be seen throughout Old Sacramento under the boardwalks and in basements.

In 1839, John Sutter arrived on the shore of the American River near its confluence with the Sacramento River. With the promise of a Mexican land grant, Sutter and his landing party established Sutter's Fort. As the settlement grew and became permanent, it attracted other businessmen looking for opportunities. Sutter and the people he attracted created a commercial center in the area, but it was the Gold Rush in 1848 that created the City of Sacramento. When gold was discovered in the nearby foothills by James Marshall, local merchant Sam Brannan rushed to open a store near the Sacramento River to take advantage of the convenient waterfront location. What was then called Sutter’s Embarcadero was soon known as the City of Sacramento and now Old Sacramento. The city rapidly grew into a trading center for miners outfitting themselves for the gold fields. Early Sacramento’s waterfront location was

Top: The Old Sacramento area of downtown Above: Sutter’s Fort is now a downtown park

prime for commercial success, but was prone to severe flooding. The city also fell victim to repeated fires engulfing its hastily constructed buildings composed mainly of wood and canvas. In 1850 the new city experienced its first devastating flood, and in 1852, the city was again wiped out by high water. It was apparent that drastic measures would have to be taken if it was to be saved.

In the mid-1960’s, a plan was set forth to redevelop the area and through it, the first historic district in the West was created. Today, with 53 historic buildings, Old Sacramento has more buildings of historic value condensed into its 28 acres than most areas of similar size in the west. Today, “Old Sac” has flourished and is once again a thriving commercial center. Many restaurants, shops, clubs and a comedy club line the wooden sidewalks of a popular hangout for Sacramento locals and tourists alike.


PROFESSIONAL SPORTS Sacramento is home to a wide variety of professional sports - from basketball to baseball and soccer. The highlight of that group is the Sacramento Kings. The local NBA franchise features players such as DeMarcus Cousins, Ben McLemore, Jimmer Fredette, and Greivis Vasquez. The Kings play in Natomas, a neighborhood north of downtown Sacramento. The Sacramento River Cats - the AAA affiliate of the Oakland Athletics - play home games from April through early September at Raley Field in West Sacramento. The local professional sports scene also features a new soccer team, Sacramento Republic FC, that is slated to open play in the United Soccer League (USL) in 2014. The Folsom Rodeo is a popular event each summer, as well as the Tour of California bike race and many local golf tournaments.

Top: The Sacramento Kings play at Sleep Train Arena, just 15 minutes from campus. Above: The Sacramento River Cats - the Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics - play games at Raley Field.


SACRAMENTO INTL. AIRPORT Unlike many universities around the country, Sacramento State is just 15 minutes away from an international airport. Student-athletes benefit with easy travel schedules to road games. Sacramento International Airport (SMF), Northern California’s gateway to the world, is served by 12 airlines offering nonstop direct flights to cities throughout North America and beyond. On October 6, 2011, SMF opened Central Terminal B, a new, state-of-the art terminal and concourse featuring an exciting mix of local and national retail and restaurant brands. Aeromexico, Alaska, American, Frontier, Hawaiian, Horizon, Jet Blue and Southwest serve passengers from Central Terminal B. Continental, Delta, United and US Airways serve passengers from Terminal A. Please see www.smf.aero for more information about the airport or follow them on Twitter and Facebook (SacIntlAirport).

Top: The Sacramento International Airport is just a 15 minute drive from campus. Above: A new state-of-the-art terminal opened last year.


PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION The Sacramento Regional Transit District operates 64 bus routes and 37.5 miles of light rail 365 days a year using 76 light rail vehicles, 182 buses and 11 shuttle vans. Buses operate daily from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. every 15 to 75 minutes, depending on the route. Light rail trains begin operation at 4 a.m. Blue Line and Gold Line trains operate until 10:30 p.m. The Gold Line’s University/65th station is just two blocks away from the Sacramento State campus. Students receive a free ride pass. The Hornet Express Shuttle bus also runs from the 65th street station and other locations near campus. During the school year, the Hornet Night Shuttle provides free taxi service backand-forth from campus. An Amtrak rail line also runs into downtown Sacramento, with the station serving the California Zephyr Line, the Coast Starlight Line, the San Joaquin Line, and the Capitol Corridor Line.

Top: One of the trains in the Sacramento Regional Transit Light Rail System. Above: The Sacramento State campus is just two blocks from the University/65th Street station.


NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Sacramento is centrally located to all the best Northern California has to offer.

Above: One of the many waterfalls located in

A 90-minute drive west is the San Francisco Bay Area, a beautiful, bustling metropolitan area of 7.4 million people. Also tless than two hours away, to the east of campus, is pristine Lake Tahoe (below), which offers world class skiing and snowboarding in the winter plus watersports and beaches in the summer.

Yosemite National Park. Left: The Golden Gate bridge and the San Francisco Bay Area is less than a two-hour drive from campus. Below: Recreation opportunities abound

A three hour drive south of Sacramento is the famous Yosemite National Park, home of three 2,000+ foot waterfalls (above).

during all four seasons at Lake Tahoe.



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