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Table of Contents

Table of Contents................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1 2011 Season Preview......................................................................................................................................................................................2-3

Meet The Vandals

Vandal Player Biographies

Liz Boyden / Alison Page.............................................................................................................................................................................8-9 Caroline Towles / Cassandra San........................................................................................................................................................10-11 Amber Pimley / Jill Flockhart................................................................................................................................................................12-13 Chelsea Small / Christine Leathem....................................................................................................................................................14-15 Megan Lopez / Lauren Layton.............................................................................................................................................................16-17 Erica Hart / Kristi Atkinson...................................................................................................................................................................18-19 Chelsie Breen / Mary Condon.............................................................................................................................................................20-21 Breanna Wilson / Christina Boddie...................................................................................................................................................22-23 Nitalia Zuniga......................................................................................................................................................................................................24

2011 Vandal Newcomers

Morgan Sullivan/Bailey Hewitt...................................................................................................................................................................25 Marissa Fehrman/Lilly Archer....................................................................................................................................................................26 Emily Ngan/Morgan Porter..........................................................................................................................................................................27 Annie Millard/Katie Baran............................................................................................................................................................................28 Nikki Adams........................................................................................................................................................................................................29

2010 In Review

2010 Season Recap............................................................................................................................................................................................30 2010 Season Statistics......................................................................................................................................................................................31

2011 Opponent Information

Games 1-8..............................................................................................................................................................................................................38 Games 9-16...........................................................................................................................................................................................................39 Games 17-20........................................................................................................................................................................................................40 Series Records vs. 2011 Opponents..........................................................................................................................................................40 Western Athletic Conference.......................................................................................................................................................................41

Vandal Athletics

Vandal Academic Services............................................................................................................................................................................42 Student-Athlete Services................................................................................................................................................................................43 Iverson Speed & Strength Center..............................................................................................................................................................44 Locker Room/Equipment Services...........................................................................................................................................................45 Administration....................................................................................................................................................................................................46 Idaho Head Coaches/Staff Directory.......................................................................................................................................................47

University of Idaho

Soccer 101

Pete’s Vocabulary Sheet...................................................................................................................................................................................56 Soccer 101.............................................................................................................................................................................................................57 Radio/TV Roster................................................................................................................................................................................................58

Why Vandals?

Don’t use your dictionary to find Idaho’s definition of a Vandal. Idaho’s studentathletes earned the nickname nearly a century ago by a basketball team coached by Idaho legend Hec Edmundson, whose teams played with such ferocity that area sports writers said they “vandalized” their opponents. In 1917, Harry Lloyd “Jazz” McCarty - a writer for the Argonaut, the student newspaper, wrote in a pre-game story, “The opening game with Whitman will mark a new epoch in Idaho basketball history, for the present gang of ‘Vandals’ have the best material that has ever carried the ‘I’ into action.” By 1921, McCarty and Edward Maslin Hulme, the dean of the College of Liberal Arts, succeeded in their push to have the name officially adopted as the nickname for all Idaho teams.

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Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record (Years) Record at Idaho Office Phone Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone

Pete Showler Sunderland (U.K.), ‘94 32-78-5 (6) Same (208) 885-5047 Grant Williams Linfield (Ore.), ‘07 (208) 885-9438 TBA (208) 885-9438

Idaho Soccer Information Home Field First Year of Competition All-Time Record (Years) 2010 Record 2010 WAC Record/Finish Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost 2011 Newcomers

Guy Wicks Field 1998 73-153-20 (14) 14-7 5-3/3rd 11/0 16/4 9

Athletics Media Relations

Asst. Director Spencer Farrin (MBB, SOC, XC, T&F) Office Phone (208) 885-7065 Cell Phone (208) 310-9610 E-mail spencerf@uidaho.edu Fax (208) 885-0255 Asst. AD/Media Relations Becky Paull (FB, Golf, S&D) Office Phone (208) 885-0245 E-mail bpaull@uidaho.edu Asst. Director Nick Heidelberger (VB, WBB, TEN) Office Phone (208) 885-0211 E-mail nheidelberger@uidaho.edu

Credits

The 2011 Idaho Soccer Information Book was written, designed and produced by Spencer Farrin of the University of Idaho Athletics Media Relations office, with assistance from Becky Paull and Nick Heidelberger. Action photography by Spencer Farrin, Larry Johnson, Bruce Mann, and Mark Planck. Head shot photos by Jonathan Billings (Archer Photography).

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State of Idaho.......................................................................................................................................................................................................48 City of Moscow...................................................................................................................................................................................................49 University of Idaho.....................................................................................................................................................................................50-51 A Legacy of Leading..................................................................................................................................................................................52-53 A Brief History....................................................................................................................................................................................................54 Student Recreation Center............................................................................................................................................................................55

Vandal Coaching Staff

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Idaho Soccer History

All-Time Coaching Records/Letter Winners.......................................................................................................................................32 Award Winners/Offensive Records..........................................................................................................................................................33 Goalkeeping Records.......................................................................................................................................................................................34 Team Records......................................................................................................................................................................................................35 Year-by-Year Results...................................................................................................................................................................................36-37

Location Moscow, Idaho Founded 1889 Enrollment 12,302 Nickname Vandals Colors Silver and Vandal Gold Conference Western Athletic (WAC) President Dr. Duane Nellis Director of Athletics Dr. Rob Spear Interim SWA Debbie Buchanan Athletics Phone (208) 885-0200 Athletics Fax (208) 885-2862 Web Site www.GoVandals.com Twitter @Idaho_Vandals Mailing Address Idaho Athletics PO Box 442302 Moscow, ID 83844-2302

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Head Coach Pete Showler............................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Vandal Staff............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Team Photo/Seniors........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 2011 Idaho Roster Information..................................................................................................................................................................... 7

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University of Idaho 2011 Idaho Soccer Preview

After setting school records for overall wins (14) and conference wins (5), qualifying for their first Western Athletic Conference Tournament and posting the best WAC finish in program history, there’s one simple task for head coach Pete Showler and the Idaho women’s soccer team. Do it all again – and then a little bit extra. “Our aim is to make the WAC Tournament and then to win it,” Showler said. “To do that, we’re playing some tougher opposition and hopefully it prepares us in the right way.” The cupboard isn’t exactly bare, either, as Idaho returns all 11 starters and 16 total letterwinners after graduating three players, Mel Canite, Jennifer Eugenio and Jenn Hull, who helped start the program’s turnaround. Idaho was within one victory of a regular-season WAC title and saw its season end in the quarterfinal round of the WAC tournament, and after getting a glimpse of the goal, each Vandal comes back in 2011 hungrier than ever. “We talk all the time about consistency,” Showler said. “The aim is to be consistent from day one through the rest of the season, and if we do that, then we’ll be okay. I expect to see those experienced players, even though they’re predominantly sophomores and juniors, bring that experience to the pitch every practice and every game.” Showler is entering his seventh-season at the helm of the Vandal program, and he integrates two new assistants into the staff in 2011. Grant Williams joined the team in the spring and will coach the team’s goalkeepers, while Ashley O’Brien joined the team in the fall after a standout playing career between the University of Connecticut and University of San Francisco. Volunteer assistant and Vandal soccer alum Jenny Springer also returns for her second season on staff. After a strong spring slate and an early August fall camp kickoff, Showler said the team is more than ready to get out on the pitch and prove themselves once again. “The girls worked hard over the summer and during the early part of practice, and

they’re just chomping at the bit to get out on the pitch, play someone other than themselves and show what we’re about,” Showler said. “There’s exciting times ahead.”

Forwards:

The discussion about Idaho’s forward position starts with junior Chelsea Small. The 2010 WAC Offensive Player of the Year and two-time first-team AllWAC honoree returns for her third season on the Vandal front line. She boasts the kind of production that makes opposing coaches and defenses shudder. In two seasons, Small has scored 21 goals and dished eight assists for 50 total points. She has 10 game-winners, including a WAC-best eight in 2010, and has attempted 222 shots through two seasons – and she did it all while being the focal point of every opposing defense. A handful of new faces will vie for the other spot on the frontline, including transfers Bailey Hewitt and Morgan Sullivan, and freshmen Nikki Adams, Lilly Archer and Morgan Porter. Sophomore Christina Boddie also split time last season between the forward and midfield spot, and she could slip into the front-line rotation as well. Hewitt will have a bit of a head-start over the other newcomers because she joined the team for 2010 spring play and scored a pair of goals in April competition, but Sullivan netted 22 goals in two seasons at Clarke University and the freshman group comes in with plenty of scoring accolades of its own. Boddie tied for second on the team last year with four goals and two game-winners, and attempted the second-most shots (37) among Vandal players last year.

Midfielders:

Idaho features a strong and diverse midfield with plenty of game experience and depth. Juniors Jill Flockhart and Megan Lopez have started every game for Idaho the last two seasons and are strong bets to earn similar nods this season. Fellow juniors Amber Pimley and Erica Hart played in every game last season and combined for 31 total starts, so they should strongly factor in to the mix, as well.

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While there are four strong candidates, that doesn’t mean the slots are all filled. Sophomore Kristi Atkinson, who redshirted 2010 after shoulder surgery, played very well during spring ball, as did sophomore Breanna Wilson, who started seven games for Idaho last season as a freshman. Figure Boddie to be in the mix as an attacking mid and just among the returners, Idaho is going to have a formidable crew in the middle.

Defenders:

Sophomore Mary Condon started four games and Alison Page, a senior with 15 career starts to her name, returns after redshirting 2010. Layton led the team and put together the third-best season in history with seven assists, while Zuniga scored one goal and assisted three more and Breen headed in one more goal last year as a freshman. First-year Vandal Emily Ngan will add depth to the Idaho back line early on. She was a first-team all-state pick in Oregon in

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Goalkeepers:

Senior Liz Boyden is the likely starter in goal after an outstanding junior season in which she tied the Idaho school record with six shutouts and posted a career-best 1.08 goalsagainst average, with 91 saves. She enters her fourth year poised to break nearly every career goalkeeping record at Idaho. Junior Caroline Towles is an athletic keeper who made several nice saves and performed very well for Idaho during spring play in 2009 and 2010. While she has no regular-season game experience, she has played many minutes during the spring season and is in her third year with the program. In freshman Marissa Fehrman, Idaho gets one of the region’s top goalkeepers. Between Faith Lutheran High School and the Neusport FC club team, Fehrman’s teams consistently won and she was recognized often. She was voted MVP Goalkeeper at the 2009 Summer Surf Cup, helped Neusport FC take four straight Nevada state titles, and helped lead FLHS to a 31-7-2 record over the last two seasons. While Boyden is the veteran starter, Showler says he still expects Towles and Fehrman to push for field time and to help increase the overall level of play in front of the goal.

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The 2010 Vandal back line helped the team post its best defensive regular season in history last year, and the entire group returns for this season. Sophomore Nitalia Zuniga started every game, junior Lauren Layton started 20 and sophomore Chelsie Breen started 18 games for Idaho last season. Junior Cassandra San started the team’s first 17 games before sustaining a leg injury at Utah State, then fellow junior Christine Leathem stepped in and played very well as a starter in the team’s final four matches.

Last year’s squad set a new standard for defense at Idaho after holding opponents to regular-season totals of 20 goals, 15 assists and 55 points, and a 1.00 goals-allowed average. Idaho opponents also posted just a .072 shooting percentage, which is the lowest in program history. The Vandal defense also held 14 of the team’s 21 opponents to fewer than two goals and posted six shutouts in 2010.

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Freshmen Katie Baran and Annie Millard are two freshmen who come to the team who possess impressive quickness and have reputations for gritty, hard-nosed play. Showler says he expects them to immediately challenge for playing time.

2009 and was voted Best Defender of her team two years running. At the club level, she also helped the Eastside United claim five Oregon state titles.

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Pimley and Lopez were regulars in the center mid spot, while Flockhart was a first-team All-WAC selection at outside mid. Hart split time between the midfield and the back line for Idaho, and has the versatility to step into either spot. That group of four combined for 10 goals and eight assists last season.


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University of Idaho

Head Coach

PETE SHOWLER

Seventh Season

** 2010 WAC Coach of the Year ** Entering his seventh season in charge of Vandal women’s soccer, Peter Showler is the longest-tenured coach in program history. He leads the team into the 2011 campaign coming off the best season in school history, during which the Vandals broke school records for total victories and conference victories and earned Showler the 2010 Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honor. Showler has resurrected an Idaho program and led the team to 23 victories in the past two seasons - the highest two-year win total in school history. His 2010 Vandals qualified for the program’s first conference tournament after tying for third in the WAC with a 5-3 record. That squad also reached unprecedented heights with four all-WAC selections, two first-teamers and two second-teamers, and the WAC Offensive Player of the Year, Chelsea Small, to go along with Showler’s Coach of the Year honor. Idaho’s 2010 group also reached a National Soccer Coaches Association of America West Region ranking for the first time in school history with a high spot of No. 9. The team was also featured in TopDrawerSoccer’s Tournament 64 Rankings during the year. The 2009 Vandals went 9-10 overall, and Small was named WAC Freshman of the Year and was voted first-team all-WAC - both of which were program firsts. That team also posted a 2-0 record against the state of Idaho to claim its second Governor’s Cup title since 1999. The 2010 Vandals then successfully defended the Cup with a 1-1 record against in-state competition. Showler has led Idaho to a 32-78-5 (.300) record through six seasons, and a .585 winning percentage in the last two years. Under his direction, Idaho is 22-3-1 when they score at least two goals, and the team opens the 2011 season with an active streak of 12 straight wins when scoring first. Showler’s coaching career began in 1989 at University of Sunderland. He was a player/coach for the Sunderland men’s first team - the equivalent of NCAA Division I - from 1989-94. In 1990, he started a women’s soccer program at the university and guided the team to a national title that same year. He was selected to serve as the English Universities Women’s National Team from 1992-94 That team was marked with success, with a Four Nations Cup during the 1993-94 season and an unbeaten record during his tenure. Showler has also worked with the men’s professional game at Everton FC, Sunderland AFC and Huddersfield Town FC. In 1999, Showler moved to Oregon, where he took on a variety of positions in the sport over the next five years. He began as Assistant Director for Goal-Line Soccer Camps and was an Academy Coach for the FC Willamette Soccer Club in Eugene through 2001. He also was the Head Coach and Director of Player Development for the Salem United Soccer Club until 2003. Showler’s work with the Olympic Development Program (ODP) and Oregon Youth Soccer Assocation (OYSA) began in 2000 as the ODP head coach. After leading his team to the 2001 regional crown, he was honored as the OYSA/Nike Coach of the Year. He worked with the Oregon ODP program through 2004. In 2002, Showler also served as a Staff Coach for the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) Region IV ODP team. The 2003 season marked Showler’s first foray into the NCAA ranks when he was hired as an assistant at Portland State University, which he helped claim a 2004 Big Sky Conference title. While coaching at PSU, Showler also filled his time as a team head coach for the New Mexico Youth Soccer Association ODP Program, as team head coach for the Lake Oswego Soccer Club, and as a USSF License Clinician. In 2005, Showler earned a position as a Region IV U19 Girls Assistant Coach and has since worked as Regional Head Coach for various age groups.

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Overall:

Showler Year-by-Year

Overall Conference WAC Finish 3-16-0 1-6-0 7th 0-17-2 0-5-2 7th 5-12-1 1-5-1 7th 1-16-2 0-6-1 8th 9-10-0 2-6-0 8th 14-7-0 5-3-0 3rd 32-78-5 (.300) 9-31-4 (.250)

GS GA 10 33 7 60 15 40 9 32 27 24 33 23 101 212

As a player, Showler most recently suited up for the Cascade Surge in the PDL division of the United Soccer League. He played college and semi-pro soccer in England before coming to the United States in 1999. He holds a USSF ‘A’ coaching license. Showler earned his Bachelor’s degree in Education from Sunderland in 1994. He and his wife, Melissa, were married in 2007. He has one daughter, Jemma (16).

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Assistant Coach

Volunteer Assistant

First Season

Second Season

GRANT WILLIAMS Williams’ hiring paid immediate dividends for the Phoenix on defense. After posting a 2.51 goals-against average in 2007 prior to his arrival, Green Bay’s goalkeepers had a 1.36 GAA with four shutouts in 2008, a 1.54 GAA in 2009 and in 2010, posted a 0.88 average with five shutouts. The team’s 15 total goals allowed in 16 games tied a school record and its .866 save percentage ranked 20th in the NCAA. Under his tutelage, Green Bay goalkeeper Maddie Drusch posted the school’s best career GAA (1.24) and led the Horizon League in 2010 with a 0.91 GAA and an .856 save percentage. She was a 2010 second-team all-Horizon League pick and was picked as the Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Month for September. The Phoenix were 12-27-11 (.350) during his time, and posted 13 shutouts. Green Bay allowed no more than one goal 34 times in 50 games while he was an assistant. Before his time at Green Bay, Williams was a men’s soccer assistant coach at Albion (Mich.) College for one season, in which the Britons posted a 1.18 GAA.

Jenny Springer joined Idaho as a volunteer assistant coach in 2010 and was part of an Idaho coaching staff that led the team to its best season in school history at 14-7. She re-joins the Vandal program, where she was a four-year letterwinner at forward from 2003-06. She scored nine career goals, with a high of four in 2005. Springer also netted the gamewinner in Idaho’s 3-1 victory over Long Beach State on Oct. 17, 2004. In her career, she started 45 games and played in 65. Her nine career goals rank eighth all-time at Idaho, while her 19 points are tied for ninth and her 71 career shots are 10th-most in program history. Springer is a 2008 graduate of the University of Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education and a history emphasis. She is originally from Yakima, Wash.

Athletic Trainer

MEGAN SHIFFLETT

Williams is a native of Newberg, Ore. He attended Linfield (Ore.) College, where he was a four-year starter for the Wildcat men’s soccer team. He led the team to a 16-3-1 record and an NCAA Division III Tournament berth in 2003. He was a two-time all-conference honoree, and holds school records for minutes and saves. He graduated in 2007 with a degree in Political Science.

Shifflett is in her first season as an Idaho Assistant Athletic Trainer. She joins the staff after a one-year stint as head athletic trainer with Norfolk High School at Norfolk, Neb.

ASHLEY O’BRIEN First Season

O’Brien was a three-sport athlete at both institutions, as she participated in indoor and outdoor track and field in addition to soccer. She was a 2009 Big East All-Tournament honoree at UConn and earned two letters from 2007-08. She appeared in 21 games in 2008 and dished out two assists and made five appearances in 2007. On the track, she competed in the middle distance events. At San Francisco, O’Brien appeared in 37 games with 36 starts in 2009 and 2010. She scored four goals and dished three assists in her two seasons. She scored one gamewinner and assisted one more for the Dons in 2010. In 2009, she was an NSCAA Second-Team All-West Region selection and earned all-West Coast Conference honorable mention. O’Brien left USF as the school’s record holder in the women’s 800m with a best time of 2:09.44 at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational in 2011. She graduated with honors from UConn in 2009 with her bachelor’s degree in Business, and earned her master’s in Sport Management from USF in 2011. She is originally from Broad Brook, Conn.

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Shifflett will be the primary trainer for the Vandal soccer and track and field squads in 2011. She spent the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant trainer at Idaho, where she worked with the Vandal volleyball team. Shifflett is a 2008 graduate of the University of Wyoming. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Athletic Training. She earned a master’s degree from Idaho in Recreation and Sports Management in 2010. She is originally from Laramie, Wyo.

Strength Coach

JOE HEROLD Fifth Season

Joe Herold is in his fifth season as a strength and conditioning coach for the University of Idaho. In addition to working with the Vandal soccer team, he also works with volleyball, women’s basketball and track and field and assists with men’s basketball and football. Herold is a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Assoc., is a USAW certified sports performance coach and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Prior to his time at Idaho, he served as a grad assistant, then Interim Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Belmont University from 2005-07 A native of Omaha, Neb., he earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from Peru State College in 2004 and his master’s in Sports Administration from Belmont in 2007.

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Ashley O’Brien joined Idaho in 2011 as an assistant coach. She comes to Idaho after a two-year playing stint at the University of Connecticut and two more years at the University of San Francisco.

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He also has experience coaching at the club level. He was director of goalkeeping for Michigan Rush Central Soccer (Northville, Mich.), for one year, and was a club coach for four years with Portland’s Southside Soccer Club. He holds a United States Soccer Federation ‘C’ license and an Advanced National Goalkeeping coaching certification.

Assistant Coach

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Grant Williams comes to Idaho from WisconsinGreen Bay, where he served for three seasons as assistant coach in charge of goalkeepers.

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Front Row (L-R): Nikki Adams, Emily Ngan, Megan Lopez, Marissa Fehrman, Liz Boyden, Caroline Towles, Christina Boddie, Breanna Wilson, Amber Pimley Middle Row (L-R): Kristi Atkinson, Annie Millard, Katie Baran, Erica Hart, Morgan Porter, Chelsea Small, Cassandra San, Jill Flockhart Third Row (L-R): Alison Page, Morgan Sullivan, Nitalia Zuniga, Mary Condon, Chelsie Breen, Christine Leathem, Bailey Hewitt, Lilly Archer, Lauren Layton Back Row (L-R): Ashley O’Brien, Megan Shifflett, Pete Showler, Grant Williams, Jenny Springer

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2011 Seniors Liz Boyden and Alison Page

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Vandal Soccer 2011 2011 Idaho Women’s Soccer Roster

No. Name

Marissa Fehrman Caroline Towles Lilly Archer Emily Ngan Liz Boyden Cassandra San Kristi Atkinson Alison Page Morgan Porter Amber Pimley Chelsie Breen Mary Condon Jill Flockhart Annie Millard Chelsea Small Morgan Sullivan Breanna Wilson Katie Baran Christine Leathem Christina Boddie Megan Lopez Nitalia Zuniga Lauren Layton Erica Hart Bailey Hewitt Nikki Adams

Pos

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

Ht

5-5 5-8 5-7 5-3 5-11 5-5 5-3 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-9 5-8 5-6 5-3 5-5 5-9 5-4 5-6 5-10 5-5 5-3 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-9 5-2

Yr

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

Hometown (Last School)

Las Vegas, Nev. (Faith Lutheran HS) Seattle, Wash. (Shorecrest HS) Portland, Ore. (Grant HS) Portland, Ore. (Cleveland HS) Spokane, Wash. (Ferris HS) Surrey, B.C., Canada (Holy Cross Regional) San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS) Horsham, England (Millais School) Seattle, Wash. (Nathan Hale HS) Camarillo, Calif. (Adolfo Camarillo HS) Cheney, Wash. (Cheney HS) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep) Salmon Arm, B.C., Canada (Salmon Arm Secondary) Spokane, Wash. (University HS) Solana Beach, Calif. (Torrey Pines HS) Pasco, Wash. (Clarke University) Bend, Ore. (Summit HS) Nine Mile Falls, Wash. (Lakeside HS) Surrey, B.C., Canada (Sullivan Heights Secondary) Port Orchard, Wash. (South Kitsap HS) Oceanside, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista HS) Ventura, Calif. (Buena HS) Spokane, Wash. (Mead HS) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep) Clark Fork, Idaho (Oregon State University) Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista HS)

Pete Showler Marissa Fehrman Caroline Towles Emily Ngan Cassandra San Amber Pimley

Returning Starters (11)

Pronunciations

“oh” not “ow” “FUR-man” “Tolls” “Non” “Sann” “PIM-lee”

“CON-dun” “Mill-ARD” “Baron” “LEE-thum” “BOH-dee” “Ni-TALL-ia ZOO-niga”

Roster Breakdown

*School Record

Returning Letterwinners (5)

Name (Yr) Pos GP-GS G A P Sh GW Breanna Wilson (So.) MF 13-7 0 0 0 10 0 Christine Leathem (Jr.) D 6-4 0 0 0 1 0 Mary Condon (So.) D 4-4 0 0 0 0 0 Alison Page (Sr.) D ** 2010 Redshirt ** Kristi Atkinson (So.) MF ** 2010 Redshirt **

Other Returner (1)

Pos GP-GS G A P Sh GW GK **Squad Experience**

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By Position:

Forward (6): Adams, Archer, Hewitt, Porter, Small, Sullivan Midfielder (9): Atkinson, Baran, Boddie, Flockhart, Hart, Lopez, Millard, Pimley, Wilson Defender (8): Breen, Condon, Layton, Leathem, Ngan, Page, San, Zuniga Goalkeeper (3): Boyden, Fehrman, Towles

By Class:

Senior (2): Boyden, Page Junior (10): Flockhart, Hart, Layton, Leathem, Lopez, Pimley, San, Small, Sullivan, Towles Sophomore (7): Atkinson, Boddie, Breen, Condon, Hewitt, Wilson, Zuniga Freshman (7): Adams, Archer, Baran, Fehrman, Millard, Ngan, Porter

By Home State/Province/Country:

Washington (11): Baran, Boddie, Boyden, Breen, Condon, Hart, Layton, Millard, Porter, Sullivan, Towles California (5): Atkinson, Lopez, Pimley, Small, Zuniga Canada (3): Flockhart, Leathem, San Oregon (3): Archer, Ngan, Wilson Arizona (1): Adams England (1): Page Idaho (1): Hewitt Nevada (1): Ferhman

Adams, Nikki Archer, Lilly Atkinson, Kristi Baran, Katie Boddie, Christina Boyden, Liz Breen, Chelsie Condon, Mary Fehrman, Marissa Flockhart, Jill Hart, Erica Hewitt, Bailey Layton, Lauren Leathem, Christine Lopez, Megan Millard, Annie Ngan, Emily Page, Alison Pimley, Amber Porter, Morgan San, Cassandra Small, Chelsea Sullivan, Morgan Towles, Caroline Wilson, Breanna Zuniga, Nitalia

Pos

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

Ht Yr

5-2 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-9 5-6 5-10 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-4 5-6

Active Career Leaders

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

Goals: Chelsea Small............................................................... 21 Jill Flockhart.....................................................................6 Erica Hart..........................................................................5 Christina Boddie............................................................4 Megan Lopez...................................................................4 Assists: Lauren Layton.............................................................. 11 Chelsea Small..................................................................8 Jill Flockhart.....................................................................5 Megan Lopez...................................................................5 Points: Chelsea Small............................................................... 50 Jill Flockhart.................................................................. 17 Megan Lopez................................................................ 13 Erica Hart....................................................................... 12 Lauren Layton.............................................................. 11 Game-Winning Goals: Chelsea Small............................................................... 10 Jill Flockhart.....................................................................4 Christina Boddie............................................................2 Erica Hart..........................................................................1 Shots: Chelsea Small.............................................................222 Megan Lopez................................................................ 59 Erica Hart....................................................................... 48 Jill Flockhart.................................................................. 40 Christina Boddie......................................................... 37 Amber Pimley.............................................................. 32 Games Played: Liz Boyden..................................................................... 53 Erica Hart....................................................................... 40 Megan Lopez................................................................ 40 Chelsea Small............................................................... 40 Lauren Layton.............................................................. 39 Amber Pimley.............................................................. 39 Goalkeeper Saves: Liz Boyden...................................................................252

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Name (Yr) Pos GP-GS G A P Sh GW Chelsea Small (Jr.) F 21-21 13* 4 30* 121* 8* Megan Lopez (Jr.) MF 21-21 4 2 10 31 0 Jill Flockhart (Jr.) MF 21-21 2 4 8 23 1 Nitalia Zuniga (So.) D 21-21 1 3 5 7 0 Lauren Layton (Jr.) D 20-20 0 7 7 4 0 Amber Pimley (Jr.) MF 21-18 1 0 2 20 0 Chelsie Breen (So.) D 19-18 1 0 2 6 0 Cassandra San (Jr.) D 17-17 0 0 0 1 0 Christina Boddie (So.) F 21-13 4 0 8 37 2 Erica Hart (Jr.) MF 21-13 3 2 8 21 1 Name (Yr) Pos GP-GS Min GA Avg. Sv SO Liz Boyden (Sr.) GK 21-21 1909* 23 1.08 91 6*

Name (Yr) Caroline Towles (Jr.)

Mary Condon Annie Millard Katie Baran Christine Leathem Christina Boddie Nitalia Zuniga

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2011 Vandal Staff

Head Coach: Pete Showler (Seventh Season) Sunderland, ‘94 Assistant Coach: Grant Williams (First Season) Linfield, ‘07 Assistant Coach: Ashley O’Brien (First Season) Connecticut, ‘09; San Francisco, ‘11 Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jenny Springer (Second Season) Idaho, ‘08 Athletic Trainer: Megan Shifflett (First Season) Wyoming, ‘08; Idaho, ‘10

Alphabetical Roster

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Senior Goalkeeper Spokane, Wash. Ferris High School

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2010: Boyden started all 21 games in goal and was voted Second Team All-WAC by the league’s coaches. She had 80 saves to bring her career total to 241 (third-most all-time) and make her the fourth Vandal keeper to record at least 200 saves. She registered an assist in the 1-0 win over Gonzaga on Sep. 17 - the first in Idaho history by a goalkeeper - after a quick goal kick spurred a breakaway late in the first half. She earned WAC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the week of Aug. 30 - Sep. 5 after leading Idaho to a pair of wins in the Governor’s Cup tournament. She ranked fifth in the WAC in saves and 92nd in the NCAA in goals-allowed average. She dropped her career GAA to 1.28, which is the best in Idaho history. 2009: Boyden started 16 games in goal for Idaho as a sophomore and compiled an 8-8 record. She held opponents to 19 goals on 71 shots faced for a .789 save percentage, which was tied for fourth in the conference. She had a 1.20 goals allowed average and shut out three opponents during the year. She held 11 opponents to fewer than two goals during the year. Boyden put together one of the best performances of her career on Oct. 2, when she made 10 saves in 109:44 in a 1-0 double-overtime win over Louisiana Tech, which entered the game as the nation’s top scoring team. She also held Montana scoreless with three saves in a 1-0 win on Sep. 6 and halted Weber State with seven saves in a 1-0 win on Sep. 27. She was honored as the WAC Defensive Player of the Week for the games of Sep. 4-6 after going 2-0 and allowing just one goal with seven saves. 2008: Boyden started 15 of Idaho’s 19 games as a freshman and led the team with 1455 minutes in goal. Her 90 saves on the year rank third in Idaho history, while her 1.61 goals-against average ranks fifth and her 26 goals allowed are tied for seventh. She led the Western Athletic Conference with a 5.62 saves-per-game average and ranked fifth in save percentage at .776. She earned her first career win and shutout in a 2-0 win over Idaho State. She stopped eight shots in 110 minutes in a 0-0 tie against Louisiana Tech on Oct. 12. She averaged 7.0 saves per game in WAC contests, including a career-high 10 against Hawai`i.At the end of the soccer season, she joined the Idaho women’s basketball team, where she played in 14 games and started one as a reserve player. She scored eight points and blocked two shots and helped the Vandal women put together one of the nation’s top turnarounds and finish a team-best third-place in the WAC. Personal: Liz is the daughter of Bruce and Anita Boyden. She has two sisters, Jennifer and Hillary. She is the cousin of New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss. Her major at Idaho is Resource Recreation and Tourism.

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GP GS Minutes Goals Allowed 16 15 1455 26 16 16 1428 19 21 21 1909* 23 53 52 4792 68

GAA Saves 1.61 90 1.20 71 1.08 91 1.28* 252

W L T Shutouts 1 14 1 2 8 8 0 3 14* 7 0 6 23 29 1 11*

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Senior Defender Horsham, England Millais School

2010: Page redshirted 2010 with a knee injury. 2009: Page sat out the 2009 season after sustaining a knee injury during preseason training.

2007: Page emerged as a standout defender for the Vandals before an ankle injury cut her season short. She played in 12 games, all starts, and managed three shots with one on goal. Her defensive help allowed the Vandals to get off to their best start in years and shut out three of their first four opponents.

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2008: Page started three games for Idaho and played in nine during her sophomore season. Playing primarily as a defender, Page helped the Vandals hold Louisiana Tech scoreless for 110 minutes and helped the team hold #23 Minnesota scoreless for 93 minutes during the season.2007: Page emerged as a standout defender for the Vandals before an ankle injury cut her season short. She played in 12 games, all starts, and managed three shots with one on goal. Her defensive help allowed the Vandals to get off to their best start in years and shut out three of their first four opponents.

Personal: She is the daughter of Peter and Denise Page. She was born July 28, 1988, at Crawley, England. She has one sister, Katie. She is majoring in Biology at Idaho.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2007 12 12 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 2008 9 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 2009 **Missed Season - Injured** 2010 **Missed Season - Redshirt** Totals: 21 15 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0

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University of Idaho

Caroline

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Junior Goalkeeper Seattle, Wash. Shorecrest High School

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Minutes Goals Allowed GAA Saves W L T Shutouts 2009 **Did Not Play** 2010 **Did Not Play** Totals: 0 0 - - - - - - - -

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Cassandra

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2009: San appeared in 17 games for Idaho and started eight as a true freshman. While splitting her time between the midfield and the back line, she took eight shots, six of which were on target, and helped the Idaho defense limit opponents to just 13.2 shots per game - the second-lowest average in school history. She earned her first career start on Aug. 23 at Seattle University. She attempted one penalty kick at SU, but didn’t convert. She was honored as a Governor’s Cup All-Tournament Team selection after helping lead Idaho to a 2-0 record and first Governor’s Cup Tournament title since 1998.

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2010: San started 17 games, primarily at center back, before sustaining a season-ending leg injury at Utah State. She earned Governor’s Cup All-Tournament Team honors after helping the Vandals to a 2-0 record at the tournament. Her teammates voted her Players’ Player of the Match three times during the season. She attempted one shot in the 2-1 overtime win over Weber State. She also helped lead an Idaho back line that held opponents to all-time low totals of 20 goals, 15 assists and 55 points during the regular season.

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Junior Defender Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Holy Cross Regional

Personal: She is the daughter of Joseph and Rita San. She has three siblings, Devon, Dalton and Jamie. She was an Honour Roll student at Holy Cross. Her major at Idaho is Business.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 17 8 0 0 0 8 .000 6 .750 0 2010 17 17 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 Totals: 34 25 0 0 0 9 .000 6 .667 0

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University of Idaho

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Junior Midfielder Camarillo, Calif. Adolfo Camarillo High School

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2010: Pimley saw action in 21 games and started 18 at center midfielder. She was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Redhawk Invitational, Sep. 24-26, for her performance in leading Idaho to a 2-0 win over Cal State Bakersfield and a 2-1 loss to host team Seattle. She took 20 shots, 5 which were on goal and notched one on the scoreboard at Seattle. Pimley was voted Players’ Player of the Match five times during the year and shared Players’ Player of the Year honors with fellow sophomore Chelsea Small. 2009: Pimley appeared in 18 games and started 16 for Idaho as a true freshman. She took 12 shots, six on goal, from her center mid position. As a primary defensive midfielder, she helped Idaho limit opponents to the second-fewest shot attempts (251) and third-lowest goals allowed average (1.24) in school history. Personal: She is the daughter of Bob and Hilda Pimley. She has one brother, Nicholas. She is a four-year Honor Roll member and three-time Scholar-Athlete award winner and had a perfect 4.0 high school grade-point average. Her major at Idaho is pre-Dentistry.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 18 16 0 0 0 12 .000 6 .500 0 2010 21 18 1 0 2 20 .050 5 .250 0 Totals: 39 34 1 0 2 32 .031 11 344 0

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FLOCKHART

2009: Flockhart started all 19 games for Idaho as a true freshman and finished fourth on the team in scoring with nine points. She netted four goals, three of which were game-winners, from her outside mid position. Her .235 shooting percentage was the best on the team, while her .588 SOG percentage was the best among Idaho players who attempted 15 or more shots. She earned her first career goal in the 1-0 win over Montana that clinched the 2009 Governor’s Cup tournament title. Flockhart scored back-to-back game-winners with one goal each against South Dakota and Weber State on Sep. 25 and 27, respectively, and added her fourth career goal in the season finale against Hawai’i. In all, she fired 17 shots, 10 of which were on goal. She also earned her first career assist in the 4-1 win over Eastern Washington on Sep. 18.

Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 19 19 4 1 9 17 .235 10 .588 3 2010 21 21 2 4 8 23 .087 11 .478 1 Totals: 40 40 6 5 17 40 .104 21 .525 4

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Personal: She is the daughter of Ron and Heather Flockhart. She has two brothers, Carson and Dallas. Her father, Ron, played in the National Hockey League for nine seasons, while her cousin, Stacey Irvine, is a track and field athlete at Montana State. She earned a Top All-Around Student award from Salmon Arm Secondary in 2006, as well as an Academic Distinction Award in 2008. Her major at Idaho is Environmental Science.

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2010: Flockhart was a First-Team All-WAC and NSCAA Third-Team All-Region pick at the outside midfielder position as a sophomore. She was tied for third on the team with eight points and started all 21 games for Idaho. She had a pair of goals, including the game-winner against Eastern Washington. She was fourth on the team with 23 shot attempts, 11 of which were on-target. Her ability to stretch the field made her dangerous, and she tallied four assists on the year. In the 2-1 win over San Jose State, she drew a penalty kick with less than seven minutes remaining that gave Idaho the deciding goal. Her teammates voted her Player of the Match twice during the season after the matches against UC Irvine and Eastern Washington.

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University of Idaho

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Junior Forward Solana Beach, Calif. Torrey Pines High School

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2010: Small picked up right where she left off as a true freshman. She was named WAC Offensive Player of the Year, First-Team All-WAC and NSCAA Second-Team All-Region, and was a CoSIDA First-Team Academic All-District and Second-Team Academic All-America honoree. She broke Idaho single-season school records for goals (13), points (30), shots (121) and game-winners (8). She also tied the Western Athletic Conference record for shots attempted in conference matches (58). With nine career game-winning goals, she also now holds that Idaho school record. She was twice honored as the WAC Offensive Player of the Week and also earned All-Tournament Team mention at the Redhawk Invitational and Governor’s Cup. She set an Idaho record with game-winning goals in four consecutive games between Sep. 28 and Oct. 10. She had four multi-goal games, and one multi-assist game. She had four assists, two of which led to game-winning goals at South Dakota and CSU Bakersfield. She was voted co-Players’ Player of the Year, along with midfielder Amber Pimley, by her teammates and Player of the Game five times during the season. 2009: Small was honored as the WAC Freshman of the Year and a first-team all-WAC selection after leading the conference in shots (101) and shots per game (5.32). She tied an Idaho freshman record with 20 points after scoring eight goals and passing out four assists. In addition to leading the WAC, Small’s 101 shots are also an Idaho single-season record. She started all 19 games for Idaho as a true freshman. Her eight goals ranked 25th among NCAA freshmen and led all WAC first-year players. She was the only freshman honored with first-team all-WAC accolades and is the first player in Idaho history to be so honored. She had her first career multi-goal game in the 3-0 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Sep. 13, then repeated the feat with a pair of scores in Idaho’s 3-1 win over Boise State on Oct. 18. She earned her first career game-winner on Aug. 30 in the 3-1 win over Utah Valley University. She earned Governor’s Cup All-Tournament Team honors after helping lead Idaho to its first Governor’s Cup title since 1998. She earned WAC Offensive Player of the Week honors for her efforts. Personal: She is the daughter of Donna and Joel Small. She has one brother, Zach. Her major at Idaho is Secondary Education.

Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 19 19 8 4 20 101 .079 42 .416 2 2010 21 21 13* 4 30 121* .107 62 .512 8* Totals: 40 40 21 8 50 222 .095 104 .468 10*

*School Record

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Junior Defender Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Sullivan Heights Secondary

2010: Leathem played in six games and started the final four of the season on the Vandal back line. She attempted one shot from her center back position and helped Idaho hold opponents to all-time regular-season lows of 20 total goals, 15 assists and 55 points during the 2010 season.

Personal: She is the daughter of Doug Leathem. She has one sister, Katie. She was an Honor Roll student every year of high school. She is undecided on a major.

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2009: Leathem started 18 games and played in 19 for Idaho as a true freshman in the middle of the Vandal back line. She moved forward to attempt three shots with two on goal, but her main accomplishment was helping the Idaho defense limit opponents to the second-lowest shot total (251) and third-lowest goal total (24) in Idaho history. She helped the Vandals hold 13 of 19 opponents to one or zero goals, including a team-record 11-game stretch without allowing a multi-goal game.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 19 18 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 2010 6 4 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 Totals: 25 22 0 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0

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University of Idaho

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Junior Midfielder Oceanside, Calif. Rancho Buena Vista High School

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2010: Lopez started all 21 games in 2010 at center midfielder. She was second on the team with 10 points, and tied for second with four goals on the season. She attempted 31 shots, with 14 on goal, and added two assists. Lopez scored her first career goal in the 3-2 win at Northern Colorado on Aug. 27. She was voted Players’ Player of the Match after Idaho’s win over San Jose State on Oct. 28. She assisted Idaho’s game-winning goal just 51 seconds into the match in the 2-0 victory against Louisiana Tech, as well as the team’s first goal in the 3-2 win over Portland State. In addition to kick-starting the team twice with early assists, she opened Idaho’s scoring early on against Idaho State and South Dakota. 2009: Lopez started all 19 games at the center mid position as a true freshman. She attempted 28 shots, with 15 on-target attempts, and sent out three assists. She earned her first career point on Sep. 6 when she found Jill Flockhart for the game-winner over Montana that clinched Idaho’s first Governor’s Cup title in 11 years. She added assists in consecutive games against Boise State on San Jose State on Oct. 18 and 23. Personal: She is the daughter of Matt and Bridget Lopez. She has one sister, Colleen, and one brother, Mathew. Her major at Idaho is Biology.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 19 19 0 3 3 28 .000 15 .536 0 2010 21 21 4 2 10 31 .129 14 .452 0 Totals: 40 40 4 5 13 59 .068 29 .492 0

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Lauren

LAYTON

2009: Layton started all 19 games as a freshman in 2009. She tied for the team lead with four assists, and attempted six shots on the year. She assisted the game-winner in Idaho’s 3-0 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Sep. 13, then sent in a cross that set up the game-winner against Boise State on Oct. 18. While her play as an outside back was crucial to the Vandal defense holding opponents to the second-fewest shots (251) and third-fewest goals (24) in school history, she was also a key offensive component, as she attempted most of Idaho’s 86 corner kicks on the year.

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2010: Layton was a second-team all-WAC selection at outside back in 2010. She started 20 of the team’s 21 games and tallied seven assists - the third-most in Idaho single-season history. She ranked fourth in the WAC and 61st in the NCAA in that category. Additionally, her 11 assists in just two years at Idaho put her at second all-time on the Vandal career list. She attempted four total shots, three of which were on target. Layton had one assist each in Idaho’s five consecutive wins over Portland State, Hawai’i, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State and Nevada between Sep. 28 and Oct. 15. On the defensive end, she led a back line that limited opponents to just 20 goals, 15 assists and 55 total points during the regular season.

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Junior Defender Spokane, Wash. Mead High School

Personal: She is the daughter of Tony and Kari Layton. She has one brother, A.J. Her father was an football player at Whitworth. She is a National Honor Society member, a four-year Honor Roll student, a 2007 WIAA Academic State Champion and KXLY Shining Star Award recipient. Her major at Idaho is Biology with a Pre-Medicine emphasis.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 19 19 0 4 4 6 .000 5 .833 0 2010 20 20 0 7 7 4 .000 3 .750 0 Totals: 39 39 0 11 11 10 .000 8 .800 0

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University of Idaho

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Junior Midfielder/Defender Spokane, Wash. Gonzaga Prep

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2010: Hart was Idaho’s most accurate shooter during the 2010 season. Her .143 shooting percentage was the best on the team among players attempting at least 20 shots. Her three goals were fourth-most on the team, and she added two more assists to give her eight total points, third-most on the team. She played in all 21 games for Idaho and started 13. She scored the game-winner in the 3-2 victory at Northern Colorado and both of her assists led to game-winning goals. She sent in the cross that led to Christina Boddie’s overtime game-winner at Weber State on Sep. 14, then a week later, assisted the game-winning goal in the 1-0 win against Eastern Washington on Sep. 21. 2009: Hart played in all 19 games and started three for Idaho in her freshman season. She attempted 27 shots, nine of which were on goal, and scored twice. In her second career start on Sep. 18 against Eastern Washington, she netted two goals on four shots in a 4-1 Idaho victory. She also started the team’s seasonopener at #21 Washington State and the Sep. 20 game at Gonzaga. Personal: She is the daughter of Craig and Andi Hart. She has one brother, Nick. Her major at Idaho is Education.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 19 3 2 0 4 27 .074 9 .333 0 2010 21 13 3 2 8 21 .143 7 .333 1 Totals: 40 16 5 2 12 48 .104 16 .333 1

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ATKINSON

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Sophomore Midfielder San Clemente, Calif. San Clemente High School

2010: Atkinson redshirted the 2010 season while rehabilitating a shoulder injury.

High School/Club: Atkinson was a two-sport athlete in soccer and track and field at San Clemente High School. She played all four years on the varsity squad and helped lead the Tritons to a 2008 California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section title with a 19-3-1 record, as well as South Coast League titles in 2007 and 2008. She competed with the Irvine Strikers in 2006 at the club level and helped lead the team to a U.S. Youth Soccer national title, a Far West Regional title and a California state title. She also helped the Strikers earn a Cal South National Cup title, Presidio Premier 1 U-19 title and a finals appearance at the Surf Cup. She also helped the San Diego Surf club team to a finals appearance at the 2008 Surf Cup.

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2009: Atkinson appeared in four games for Idaho as a true freshman. She attempted one shot on goal in the 1-0 loss at Seattle University on Aug. 23.

Personal: She is the daughter of Brian Atkinson and Debbie Carroll. She has two brothers, Sean Atkinson and Bryant Carroll, and one sister, Courtney Atkinson. She was named to the Quill & Scroll International Honor Society and Principal’s Honor Roll and was a Scholar-Athlete at San Clemente High School. Her major at Idaho is Journalism.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2009 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 2010 **Redshirted** Totals: 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0

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University of Idaho

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Sophomore Defender Cheney, Wash. Cheney High School

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2010: Breen appeared in 19 games and started 18 on the Idaho back line as a true freshman. She played her best game of the season in the 3-2 win over Portland State on Sep. 28, when she scored her first career goal and was voted Players’ Player of the Match by her teammates. At the end of the season, she earned the team’s Golden Shinnie Award as the player with the top defensive grade for the year. She also helped lead an Idaho back line that held opponents to all-time low totals of 20 goals, 15 assists and 55 points during the regular season. High School/Club: Breen was a three-time first-team all-Greater Northern League selection for Cheney High School. As a senior, she led the Blackhawks to a Washington 2A state runner-up finish and earned honorable mention all-state accolades in the process. She led CHS to four state tournament appearances, including a third-place finish in 2006 and quarterfinals appearances in 2007 and 2008. She was also a three-year varsity track and field competitor. As a member of the Spokane Shadow club team, Breen helped the Shadow 91 Navy to a 2007 Super Y League Northwest title and National Finals appearance, as well as Rimland Cup titles in 2005, 2007 and 2008, Pleasanton Rage Showcase titles in 2007 and 2008, a 2008 Portland Showcase title and a 2007 U.S. Club Soccer Region G Premier title. She was a member of the team for seven years and a team captain for two of them. She was joined on the squad by Vandal teammate, Mary Condon. Personal: She is the daughter of Jonathan and Deborah Breen. She has one brother, Benjamin. She was a fourtime first-team Academic All-State selection and carried an impressive 3.95 high school grade-point average. She is in the Pre-Physical Therapy program at Idaho.

Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2010 19 18 1 0 2 6 .167 2 .333 0 Totals: 19 18 1 0 2 6 .167 2 .333 0

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CONDON

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Sophomore Defender Spokane, Wash. Gonzaga Prep

2010: Condon started saw action in four games - all starts - as a defender for the Vandals in 2010, including the 3-2 victory at Northern Colorado on Aug. 27, and the WAC Tournament match against Fresno State on Nov. 3.

Personal: She is the daughter of Mark and Carole Condon. She has two sisters, Colleen and Katie. She was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Gonzaga Prep. She is undecided on a major.

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High School/Club: Condon was a three-year varsity starter for the Bullpups. She was a Washington 4A allstate honorable mention pick as a senior after leading Gonzaga Prep to a 6-4 record. As a junior, she earned first-team all-GSL honors after the team finished fourth in the league and earned a state tournament bid. She was a team captain for the Bullpups as a senior. She was also a high school teammate of current Vandal, Erica Hart. Condon helped lead the Spokane Shadow 91 Navy team to a 2007 Super Y League Northwest title and National Finals appearance, as well as Rimland Cup titles in 2005, 2007 and 2008, Pleasanton Rage Showcase titles in 2007 and 2008, a 2008 Portland Showcase title and a 2007 U.S. Club Soccer Region G Premier title. She was joined on the Shadow by Idaho teammate Chelsie Breen.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2010 4 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 Totals: 4 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0

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Sophomore Midfielder Bend, Ore. Summitt High School

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2010: Wilson played in 13 games and started seven in the midfield as a true freshman in 2010. She attempted 10 shots, five of which were on target. She had a career-high three shot attempts, two on-target, in the 2-1 victory at Idaho State on Sep. 3. High School/Club: Wilson was a second-team all-state and first-team all-Intermountain Conference honoree as a senior after leading Summit to 12-0-4 regular-season record and Oregon 5A state quarterfinal appearance. As a junior, she garnered second-team all-IMC accolades after leading the Storm to a 14-3-2 overall record, 5-2 IMC record and state semifinal appearance. She was also a strong track and field athlete, and was elected team captain for both soccer and track. In 2008, she helped the Summit girls 4x100m relay team to a state runner-up finish at the Oregon 5A championships. She was a member of the Nike Oregon Rush club team for two years and helped the team to a 2009 OYSA state semifinal appearance. Personal: She is the daughter of Steve Wilson and Brenda Audia. She has one brother, Michael, and one sister, Rachelle. Her major at Idaho is Psychology.

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Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2010 13 7 0 0 0 10 .000 5 .500 0 Totals: 13 7 0 0 0 10 .000 5 .500 0

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Christina

BODDIE

High School/Club: As a four-year varsity player for the Wolves, Boddie was a 2009 second-team all-state honoree, a 2009 all-area honoree, a two-time all-Kitsap selection and four-time all-Narrows League honoree. She led the team to a Washington 4A state quarterfinal appearance and Narrows League title in 2009 and was named co-MVP of the league. The team went 14-1-3, 7-0-3 in the Narrows League, and outscored opponents, 39-5 in 2009. As a junior in 2008, she led the team to a 12-5-1 overall record and 7-2-1 Narrows League record and fourth-place finish and earned first-team all-NL honors after outscoring opponents 40-12. She was a second-team all-NL honoree in 2007 after leading South Kitsap to an 11-4-1 overall record, 7-3 league record and fourth-place league finish. The team outscored opponents 30-8 that year. She was a second-team all-NL pick as a freshman when the team went 8-5-3 overall and 6-2-2 in Narrows League play, and outscored opponents 32-8 in a third-place league finish. She played with the Washington Premier FC club team for two seasons.

Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2010 21 13 4 0 8 37 .108 19 .514 2 Totals: 21 13 4 0 8 37 .108 19 .514 2

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Personal: She is the daughter of Tony and Susanne Boddie. She has two sisters, Chantal and Kylen, and one brother, Dominic. Her father played football at Montana State and professionally with the Denver Broncos of the NFL and the Los Angeles Express of the USFL. Her major is Chemistry with a Pre-Medical emphasis.

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2010: Boddie played in 21 games and started 11 between the midfield and the front line as a true freshman in 2010. She scored her first career goals in back-to-back matches at South Dakota and Weber State on Sep. 11 and 14, respectively, and both were game-winners. Boddie tied for second on the team with four goals and was second overall with 37 shot attempts. She netted the overtime game-winner in the 2-1 victory at Weber State, and had a career-high five shots with one goal scored in the 2-1 win against San Jose State. She was voted Players’ Player of the Game once during the season.

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Sophomore Midfielder/Forward Port Orchard, Wash. South Kitsap High School


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University of Idaho

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Sophomore Defender Ventura, Calif. Buena High School

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Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot Pct. SOG SOG Pct. Game-Winners 2010 21 21 1 3 5 7 .143 4 .571 0 Totals: 21 21 1 3 5 7 .143 4 .571 0

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Oregon State: Hewitt was a part of the Oregon State program for two years. She redshirted her freshman season at OSU in 2009. She was injured and did not play the 2010 season at Oregon State. High School: Hewitt was a four-sport standout in high school. She was a first-team all-Inland Empire League pick in basketball and track and field three times, and in volleyball twice. As a junior, she won four Idaho 1A state track and field titles to single-handedly give CFHS a fourth-place team finish at the state meet. Because CFHS didn’t offer soccer, Hewitt competed for Sandpoint High School’s soccer team her junior and senior seasons. She was a first-team all-IEL pick twice in 2007 and 2008, and was the 2008 IEL Most Valuable Player as a senior. She scored 33 goals in two seasons and helped lead SHS to two Idaho state tournaments. Personal: She is the daughter of Jeff and Pam Hewitt. She has two brothers, Clayton and Jesse. Her intended major at Idaho is Sport Science. Showler Says: “From her two seasons at OSU, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from the Pac-10 level, which is only going to help our team benefit on the attacking side of the ball. Competing at that level brings a steely-eyed determination, which I’m sure will transfer into her performances in practice and on the pitch.”

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High School/Club: Porter was a 2010 first-team all-Metro Sound Division honoree for the Washington 3A South Puget Sound League. She led the Metro Division in scoring, as she posted 11 goals and 19 assists for 41 points her senior season. She was also a three-year letterwinner in softball, with an honorable mention all-Metro honor to her name in 2009. Porter competed for the FC Alliance 92 Gold club soccer team for seven years. Personal: She is the daughter of Chuck Porter and Patty Sather. She has one sister, Emily Sather. She intends to major in Accounting at Idaho. Showler Says: “I was fortunate to see Morgan at a clinic and she excelled in possession and forward movement. She linked up with mids and forwards well, and she’ll be a strong addition to the attacking side of the ball.”

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High School/Club: Adams led her team to an Arizona 5A-I state playoff berth with a 16-8 overall record and third-place finish in the Fiesta Region in 2010. She helped lead the team to a 9-3 record as a junior in 2009-10. Adams played with the Sereno Soccer Club team from 2009-11 and was a regional and state Olympic Development Program selection in 2011. She helped the Sereno 94 White girls team to three straight Arizona state titles.

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University of Idaho 2010 Season in Review

The University of Idaho women’s soccer team met in the winter of 2009 after their breakout 9-win season and talked about enhancing the team bonds and increasing intrasquad competition. When they met again in the summer preceding the season, they came up with “One Team, One Dream” as their 2010 motto.

Junior goalkeeper Liz Boyden broke the school record for goalkeeper minutes played (1,909), tied the records for single-season and career shutouts at six and 11, respectively, and lowered her school-record career goals-allowed average to 1.28.

The Vandals wanted to focus on building chemistry and togetherness, while striving for their goal of earning a bid to the Western Athletic Conference Tournament and, eventually, qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, as well.

Balance and unselfishness were the keys to Idaho’s offensive success in 2010. While Small put up the gaudy goal numbers (13 total, eight game-winners), Idaho had 10 different goal-scorers this season and eight players who registered an assist. Five players accounted for Idaho’s 14 game-winning goals.

Judge the 2010 Idaho soccer season by that one goal alone, and it was a success, but it was the team’s many accomplishments along the way that head coach Pete Showler said really illustrated how well the Vandal women bought in to the group’s success.

“We had lots of people scoring and lots of people assisting goals, and it’s a product of being a good team,” Showler said. “They made up their minds to come together as a team, and they did it.”

In 2010, Idaho drew its first National Soccer Coaches Association of America West Region ranking, set a school record for victories (14), tied the school record for conference wins (5) and broke a school record with six consecutive wins, which the Vandals did twice during the season.

Another key to Idaho’s success was playing well in the clutch. In 2009, Idaho went 9-10, but was just 5-9 in games decided by one goal. In 2010, the Vandals were 9-4 in those close matches.

Idaho defended its Governor’s Cup crown to give the Vandals possession of instate bragging rights for consecutive years for the first time. Idaho players earned five total all-tournament honors and three WAC Athlete of the Week awards. In November, a program-best four Vandals were honored with all-WAC recognition, while sophomore Chelsea Small and Showler made history as the first Vandals to earn WAC Offensive Player of the Year and WAC Coach of the Year honors, respectively. “It’s a recognition of some individual performances, but really it’s a recognition of the team,” Showler said of the awards. “The team achieves things because of individual performances, but the individuals achieve things because of the team’s performance, so it’s a cyclical thing.”

At the team’s season-end banquet, the playervote award winners were announced. Small earned Offensive Player of the Year, while Boyden was the team’s Defensive Player of the Year. Sophomore goalkeeper Caroline Towles was voted Most Inspirational, while sophomore Jill Flockhart earned the team’s Unsung Hero Award. Small and sophomore midfielder Amber Pimley shared the Players’ Player of the Year honor. Small was also honored with the Golden Boot Award as the team’s top scorer, and freshman defender Chelsie Breen earned the Golden Shinnie Award for having the highest overall defensive grade.

Idaho soccer also defined the term “student-athlete” by posting a 3.46 cumulative grade point average, while two individuals, Small and sophomore Lauren Layton, were ESPN All-District honorees and Small was a second-team ESPN Academic All-American - another program first.

With the big step up into conference contention from a program that historically hasn’t had success, Showler said the most important focus for the team is to remember the work that got them to this point, and to keep striving for bigger goals.

Most importantly, the Idaho women went 5-3 in the WAC, and in the final weekend of the season, they were still in the running for the regular-season conference title. While they fell just short of that accomplishment, they took a No. 3 seed in the WAC Tournament and made history as the first Idaho team to qualify for a postseason conference tournament.

Showler recognized Idaho’s three outgoing seniors, Mel Canite, Jennifer Eugenio and Jenn Hull, for buying into the program as freshmen, and for pushing through adversity to help build team’s foundation.

“I think it’s testament to the hard work they’ve put in, on and off the field,” Showler said. “Traveling as much as we did, and winning on the road is a hard thing to do, and I’m very proud of what the girls achieved. “My staff worked tirelessly behind the scenes, and my assistant coaches don’t get the recognition they deserve, so I want to recognize them.” While Small and the Vandal offense grabbed most of the headlines, the Vandal defensive backfield put together the best statistical regular season in school history. In 20 regular-season games, Idaho allowed 20 total goals, 15 assists and just 55 points for a 1.00 goals-allowed average, all of which are the lowest totals in Idaho regular-season history. Idaho’s defense also held opponents to a measly .072 shooting percentage - the lowest in school history. In its 20 regular-season games, Idaho didn’t allow a single opponent to score more than two goals. Only six opponents managed to find the Vandal net more than once in 2010.

“It’s going to be tough to get 14 wins again, but that’s got to be our aim - and we’ve got to better it,” Showler said. “There will be ups and downs , just like there are every season, but the big difference right now is the self-belief, the chemistry and them working for and pushing each other.”

“Finishing on two really positive seasons is great for them, because they believed in this program when not a lot of other people did,” Showler said of the seniors. “There’s a great sense of pride about what they’ve achieved and been involved in, and they should take that away with them.” Canite, Eugenio and Hull were part of six wins in their first two seasons, but helped the team win 23 total games in their junior and senior campaigns. The team’s first-round exit at the hands of eventual WAC Tournament champion Fresno State still stings the Vandal women, but it also has the Vandals inspired. “They were very disappointed, because they feel they didn’t represent themselves as well as they could, but it was a new experience,” Showler said. “Next year, it won’t be new. Last year, winning nine games was a new experience for the program, and they got over that and built on it. “They’ve got to learn from it, and I have every confidence that they will, and that they’ll be stronger because of it.”

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2010 Statistics

Individual Statistics

UI OPP

33-309 23-321 1.56 1.08 .107 .072 149-309 116-321 .482 .361 14.7 15.3 24 20

CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES

77 86 1-1 0-0 29 30

PENALTIES Fouls Yellow cards Red cards

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ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

1430 6/238 4/439

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GOALS 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Idaho 19 13 0 1 33 Opponents 11 10 2 0 23 SHOTS 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Idaho 156 150 2 1 309 Opponents 160 159 2 0 321

2010 Results

Date Opponent Result 8/20 at UC Irvine L, 1-2 8/27 at Northern Colorado W, 3-2 8/29 at Wyoming L, 0-2 9/3 at Idaho State# W, 2-1 9/5 vs Utah Valley# W, 3-0 9/11 at South Dakota W, 2-1 9/14 at Weber State W, 2-1 (2OT) 9/17 GONZAGA W, 1-0 9/21 vs Eastern Washington$ W, 1-0 9/24 at Seattle University% L, 1-2 9/26 vs CSU Bakersfield% W, 2-0 9/28 PORTLAND STATE W, 3-2 10/3 at Hawaii* W, 3-1 10/8 LOUISIANA TECH* W, 2-0 10/10 NEW MEXICO STATE* W, 4-1 10/15 at Nevada* W, 1-0 10/17 at Utah State* L, 0-2 10/24 at Boise State* L, 0-1 (OT) 10/28 SAN JOSE STATE* W, 2-1 10/31 FRESNO STATE* L, 0-1 (OT) 11/4 vs Fresno State! L, 0-3 Home matches in BOLD CAPS # - Governor’s Cup (Pocatello, Idaho) $ - Game played at Joe Albi Stadium (Spokane, Wash.) % - Redhawk Invitational (Seattle, Wash.) * - Western Athletic Conference match ! - Western Athletic Conference Tournament (Ruston, La.)

2010 By The Numbers Overall WAC

W L T 14 7 0 5 3 0

SAVES 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Idaho 47 46 0 0 93 Opponents 57 58 1 0 116

At Guy Wicks Field Away Neutral

5 1 0 6 5 0 3 1 0

CORNER 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Idaho 39 36 1 1 77 Opponents 43 42 1 0 86

After a Win After a Loss After a Tie In Overtime

10 3 0 1

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FOULS 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Idaho 76 83 2 0 161 Opponents 104 99 1 0 204

When Outshooting Opponent When Outshot by Opponent When Shots are Equal

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Team Statistics

Conference Overall W L T PTS W L T 5 2 1 16 12 7 2 5 2 1 16 9 7 5 5 3 0 15 14 7 0 5 3 0 15 15 6 0 4 2 2 14 8 10 3 3 3 2 11 9 9 5 2 5 1 7 7 9 3 1 5 2 5 3 14 3 1 6 1 4 7 8 3

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## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 4 Boyden, Liz 21-21 1908:52 23 1.08 91 .798 14 7 0 6 Total............... 21 1908:52 23 1.08 93 .802 14 7 0 6 Opponents........... 21 1908:52 33 1.56 116 .779 7 14 0 5 Team saves: 2

WAC Standings

San Jose State Utah State Idaho Louisiana Tech Boise State Fresno State Nevada Hawai`i New Mexico State

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## Name GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 14 Small, Chelsea 21-21 13 4 30 121 .107 62 .512 8 1-1 20 Lopez, Megan 21-21 4 2 10 31 .129 14 .452 0 0-0 19 Boddie, Christina 21-13 4 0 8 37 .108 19 .514 2 0-0 24 Hart, Erica 21-13 3 2 8 21 .143 7 .333 1 0-0 12 Flockhart, Jill 21-21 2 4 8 23 .087 11 .478 1 0-0 22 Layton, Lauren 20-20 0 7 7 4 .000 3 .750 0 0-0 21 Zuniga, Nitalia 21-21 1 3 5 7 .143 4 .571 0 0-0 3 Canite, Melissa 21-3 2 0 4 14 .143 11 .786 2 0-0 25 Corney, Kelsey 9-3 1 1 3 6 .167 2 .333 0 0-0 9 Pimley, Amber 21-18 1 0 2 20 .050 5 .250 0 0-0 8 Breen, Chelsie 19-18 1 0 2 6 .167 2 .333 0 0-0 4 Boyden, Liz 21-21 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 16 Wilson, Breanna 13-7 0 0 0 10 .000 5 .500 0 0-0 17 Hull, Jenn 16-5 0 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 0-0 10 Eugenio, Jennifer 5-1 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 18 Leathem, Christine 6-4 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 5 San, Cassandra 17-17 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 11 Condon, Mary 4-4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Total............... 21 33 24 90 309 .107 149 .482 14 1-1 Opponents........... 21 23 20 66 321 .072 116 .361 7 0-0

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University of Idaho Idaho Coaching Records Larry Foster 1998-2001

Overall Record: 33-35-8

1998 1999 2000 2001

Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster

4-13-1 9-8-2 11-6-2 9-8-3

.250 .526 .632 .525

Arby Busey 2002-2004

Overall Record: 8-40-7

2002 2003 2004

Arby Busey Arby Busey Arby Busey

2-14-3 3-12-4 3-14-0

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Pete Showler 2005-Present

Overall Record: 32-78-5

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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All-Time Letterwinners Sarah April.................................. 2001-04 Britta Anderson................................1998 Christina Anderson...................... 1999-01 Alli Arnold...................................2006-08 Kristi Atkinson............................. 2009Sonja Baumgartner.....................2005-08 Sara Best.........................................1999 Brittney Beitel...................................2004 Christina Boddie..........................2010Liz Boyden.................................. 2008Chelsie Breen..............................2010Morgan Bunday...........................2003-04 Stephanie Burgmeier................... 2000-01 Joanna Byrne...................................2007 Melissa Canite............................ 2007-10 Kim Carey...................................2000-03 Mary Condon...............................2010Kayla Constable..........................2002-04 Ashley Cox.................................. 2001-04 Courtney Cross................................1998 Megan Cummings....................... 1998-01 Holly Davidson............................ 1998-01 Dee DeFord................................. 1998-00 Jessica Dinneen.......................... 1998-99 Tess Doherty....................................1998 Megan Dunn...............................2003-04 Anna Edmonds...........................2007-08 Dana Elwell.................................2003-04 Jennifer Eugenio......................... 2007-10 Amanda Findlay..........................2002-04 Jill Flockhart............................... 2009Jennifer Frazier............................ 1998-99 Aimee Goss.................................2005-08 Casey Hanrahan..............................1998 Erica Hart................................... 2009Tricia Haynes.............................. 1998-01 Danielle Hayward.............................2008 Hayley Henry..............................2005-08 Crystal Herzog............................ 1999-01 Katie Hess.......................................1998 Christa Hornbeck.............. 1999, 2001-02 Jennifer Hull............................... 2007-10 Desirae Hull................................2008-09 Laura Humphreys....................... 1999-02 Ashley Irish......................................2006 Tiffany Jensen............................. 1999-00 Michelle Jordan...........................2006-08 Adriane Kehl...............................2002-04 Caylee Ketchum...............................2006 Jenny Kiebel............................... 1999-02 Lindsey Kihm...................................2004 Andrea (Lee) King....................... 1998-00 Laura Lanting-Leonard................2000-02 Lauren Layton............................. 2009Christine Leathem....................... 2009-

Maegan Levinthal........................ 1998-01 Megan Lopez.............................. 2009Jamie Lewis................................2000-03 Maria Madeira..................................2005 Kelsey Manning...........................2005-08 Blair Marsden.............................2002-04 Sacha Martin...................................1998 Melissa Martinazzi....................... 2001-04 Mandy McAlexander....................2004-07 Nicole McAllister..........................2006-08 Maggie McCollum....................... 1998-99 Polley McCune............................ 1998-99 Sarah Melby.....................................2001 Jenell Miller................................. 1999-02 Casey Mills......................................1998 Mandi Mollerstuen...................... 1999-02 Shelby Moriguchi..............................2008 Sari Morrison..............................2006-09 Dawn Mueller.............................. 1998-01 Emily Nelson...............................2000-03 Julia Nygaard.................... 1998-99, 2001 Katie Quinn.................................2002-04 Alison Page................................. 2007Jaci Pelton.................................. 1998-01 Ashley Perez................................2006-09 Amber Pimley............................. 2009Cynthia Popich............................ 1998-99 Danielle Raczykowski........................2008 Heather Reifsnyder......................2003-04 Christine Rennick........................ 1998-01 Christie Richards..............................2008 Kelly Ridge.......................................2004 Lisa Rindt........................................1998 Kristi Robusto...................................2003 Britta Rustad...............................2005-08 Cassandra San........................... 2009Anna Sandman...........................2006-09 Andrea Schumacher.........................1999 Sarah Slingland................................1998 Chelsea Small............................. 2009Lindsay Smith.............................2002-04 Alyson South...............................2003-05 Jenny Springer............................2003-04 Katie Swajkoski........................... 2001-04 Erika Teixeira....................................2007 Caroline Towles........................... 2009Amanda Triller.............................2007-08 Mackie Watt.....................................2009 Courtney Wells.................................2004 Caitlyn Wicks...............................2002-04 Dana Windley..............................2006-07 Breanna Wilson............................2010Kristi Wirtz.......................................2009 Nitalia Zuniga..............................2010-

All-Time by Home State/Province/Country Washington...................................48 Oregon.......................................... 16 Idaho............................................ 13 California........................................8 British Columbia.............................6 Hawai’i...........................................3 Alaska.............................................2 Colorado.........................................2

Illinois.............................................2 Iowa................................................2 Brazil..............................................1 England..........................................1 Montana.........................................1 New Mexico....................................1 Pennsylvania...................................1 Switzerland.....................................1

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All-Time Vandal Award Winners NSCAA All-West Region Second Team

Chelsea Small (2010)

Third Team

Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Peter Showler (2010)

Offensive Player of the Year

Single-Season Goals

1. Chelsea Small (2010).........................................................13 2. Megan Cummings (1999)...............................................11 3. Emily Nelson (2000)............................................................ 9 3. Sara Best (1999)..................................................................... 9 5. Chelsea Small (2009)........................................................... 8 5. Jennifer Frazier (1999)........................................................ 8 7. Sari Morrison (2009)........................................................... 7 8. Jennifer Hull (2007).............................................................. 6 8. Emily Nelson (2003)............................................................ 6 8. Andrea King (2000)............................................................. 6

Chelsea Small (2010)

Freshman of the Year Chelsea Small (2009)

First-Team All-WAC Jill Flockhart (2010) Chelsea Small (2010) Chelsea Small (2009)

Second-Team All-WAC Liz Boyden (2010) Lauren Layton (2010)

Offensive Player of the Week

Defensive Player of the Week Liz Boyden (Sept. 6, 2010) Liz Boyden (Sept. 7, 2009) Anna Sandman (Sept. 24, 2007) Anna Sandman (Sept. 3, 2007)

Big West Conference

First-Team All-Big West Megan Cummings (2000) Emily Nelson (2000)

Second-Team All-Big West Megan Cummings (1999)

All-Big West Honorable Mention

Big West Player of the Week Christina Anderson (2000) Emily Nelson (2000)

Shots

1. Chelsea Small (2010)......................................................121 2. Chelsea Small (2009)......................................................101 3. Emily Nelson (2002)..........................................................70 4. Emily Nelson (2003)..........................................................57 5. Megan Cummings (1999)...............................................56 6. Megan Cummings (2001)...............................................54 7. Emily Nelson (2001)..........................................................52 8. Sara Best (1999)...................................................................50 9. Jennifer Hull (2007)............................................................49 9. Jennifer Frazier (1999)......................................................49

Points

1. Chelsea Small (2010).........................................................30 2. Megan Cummings (1999)...............................................26 3. Jennifer Frazier (1999)......................................................25 4. Sara Best (1999)...................................................................23 5. Chelsea Small (2009).........................................................20 5. Emily Nelson (2000)..........................................................20 7. Megan Cummings (2000)...............................................18 8. Sari Morrison (2009).........................................................16 9. Andrea King (2000)...........................................................15 10. Emily Nelson (2003)..........................................................14 10. Christina Anderson (2000).............................................14

Game-Winning Goals

1. Chelsea Small (2010)........................................................... 8 2. Sara Best (1999)..................................................................... 4 3. Jill Flockhart (2009).............................................................. 3 3. Sari Morrison (2009)........................................................... 3 3. Melissa Martinazzi (2001)................................................ 3 6. 13 Times by 11 Players........................................................ 2

Hat Tricks

Emily Nelson........................................vs. Nevada (9/22/00) Emily Nelson................................. vs. Weber State (9/2/00) Megan Cummings............................vs. Carroll (10/13/99) Megan Cummings.........vs. Eastern Washington (9/12/99)

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Goals

Emily Nelson (2000-03)...................................................24 Megan Cummings (1998-01)........................................22 Chelsea Small (2009-).......................................................21 Andrea King (1998-00).....................................................13 Jennifer Hull (2007-10).....................................................12 Jennifer Kiebel (1999-02).................................................11 Sara Best (1999-00)............................................................10 Jenny Springer (2003-06)................................................... 9 Four Players.............................................................................. 8

Assists

1. Megan Cummings (1998-01)........................................22 2. Lauren Layton (2009-)......................................................11 3. Jennifer Frazier (1998-99).................................................. 9 4. Jaci Pelton (1998-01)............................................................ 8 4. Andrea King (1998-00)....................................................... 8 6. Adriane Kehl (2002-05)...................................................... 7 6. Sara Best (1999-00).............................................................. 7 8. Britta Rustad (2005-08)...................................................... 6 8. Emily Nelson (2000-03)..................................................... 6 10. Six Players................................................................................. 5

Shots

1. Emily Nelson (2000-03)................................................224 2. Chelsea Small (2009-)....................................................222 3. Megan Cummings (1998-01).....................................195 4. Jennifer Hull (2007-10)..................................................136 5. Andrea King (1998-00)..................................................106 6. Jennifer Kiebel (1999-02)..............................................104 7. Jaci Pelton (1998-01)..........................................................91 8. Melissa Martinazzi (2001-04).......................................80 9. Adriane Kehl (2002-05)....................................................79 10. Jenny Springer (2003-06).................................................71

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

Points

Megan Cummings (1998-01)........................................66 Emily Nelson (2000-03)...................................................54 Chelsea Small (2009-).......................................................50 Andrea King (1998-00).....................................................34 Jennifer Hull (2007-10).....................................................29 Sarah Best (1999-00)..........................................................27 Jennifer Kiebel (1999-02).................................................25 Jennifer Frazier (1998-99)................................................25 Jenny Springer (2003-06).................................................19 Adriane Kehl (2002-05)....................................................19 Christina Anderson (1999-01)......................................19

Game-Winning Goals

1. Chelsea Small (2009-).......................................................10 2. Megan Cummings (2000-03).......................................... 6 3. Jill Flockhart (2009-)............................................................ 4 3. Emily Nelson (2000-03)..................................................... 4 3. Sara Best (1999-00).............................................................. 4 3. Andrea King (1998-00)....................................................... 4 7. Jennifer Hull (2007-10)....................................................... 3 7. Sari Morrison (2006-09).................................................... 3 7. Jennifer Kiebel (1999-02)................................................... 3 7. Melissa Martinazzi (2001-04)......................................... 3

Hat Tricks

1. Emily Nelson (2000-03)..................................................... 2 1. Megan Cummings (1998-01).......................................... 2

We are Vandals

Emily Nelson (2003) Jaci Pelton (2001) Andrea King (2000) Tiffany Jensen (2000) Jennifer Frazier (1999) Megan Cummings (1998)

Emily Nelson (2000)..........................................................10 Jennifer Frazier (1999)........................................................ 9 Lauren Layton (2010).......................................................... 7 Sara Best (1999)..................................................................... 5 Megan Cummings (1998)................................................. 5 Jill Flockhart (2010).............................................................. 4 Chelsea Small (2010)........................................................... 4 Lauren Layton (2009).......................................................... 4 Chelsea Small (2009)........................................................... 4 Britta Rustad (2007)............................................................. 4 Megan Cummings (1999)................................................. 4

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

This is Our Time

Chelsea Small (Oct. 11, 2010) Chelsea Small (Oct. 4, 2010) Chelsea Small (Oct. 19, 2009) Sonja Baumgartner (Sept. 11, 2005)

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6.

Assists

Career

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Jill Flockhart (2010)

Offensive School Records


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University of Idaho Goalkeeper School Records

Single-Season Saves

1. Anna Sandman (2007)..........................................................92 2. Liz Boyden (2010)...................................................................91 2. Lindsay Smith (2005).............................................................91 4. Liz Boyden (2008)...................................................................90 5. Lindsay Smith (2004).............................................................87 6. Tricia Haynes (1998).............................................................85 7. Jenell Miller (2002).................................................................79 8. Jenell Miller (2000).................................................................72 9. Liz Boyden (2009)...................................................................71 10. Lindsay Smith (2003).............................................................70 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

Goals Against (min 10 gms played)

Jenell Miller (1999)................................................................... 8 Jenell Miller (2000).................................................................11 Tricia Haynes (2001).............................................................12 Tricia Haynes (1999).............................................................14 Jenell Miller (2001).................................................................18 Liz Boyden (2009)...................................................................19 Anna Sandman (2008)..........................................................21 Liz Boyden (2010)...................................................................23 Liz Boyden (2008)...................................................................26 Jenell Miller (2002).................................................................26

Goals Against Average

1. Jenell Miller (1999)............................................................. 0.83 2. Jenell Miller (2000)............................................................. 0.90 3. Liz Boyden (2010)............................................................... 1.08 4. Tricia Haynes (2001)......................................................... 1.14 5. Liz Boyden (2009)............................................................... 1.20 6. Tricia Haynes (1999)......................................................... 1.38 7. Liz Boyden (2008)............................................................... 1.61 8. Lindsay Smith (2002)......................................................... 1.63 9. Jenell Miller (2001)............................................................. 1.68 10. Lindsay Smith (2005)......................................................... 1.72

Shutouts

1. Liz Boyden (2010)..................................................................... 6 1. Anna Sandman (2007)............................................................ 6 3. Jenell Miller (2000)................................................................... 4 4. Jenell Miller (1999)................................................................... 4 5. Tricia Haynes (2000)............................................................3.5 6. Liz Boyden (2009)..................................................................... 3 6. Jenell Miller (2001)................................................................... 3 6. Tricia Haynes (1998)............................................................... 3 9. Tricia Haynes (2001)............................................................2.5 10. Liz Boyden (2008)..................................................................... 2 10. Lindsay Smith (2005)............................................................... 2 10. Tricia Haynes (1999)............................................................... 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Minutes Played

Liz Boyden (2010)..............................................................1909 Lindsay Smith (2005)........................................................1730 Lindsay Smith (2004)........................................................1498 Anna Sandman (2007).....................................................1466 Liz Boyden (2008)..............................................................1455 Liz Boyden (2009)..............................................................1428 Tricia Haynes (1998)........................................................1255 Jenell Miller (2000)............................................................1096 Lindsay Smith (2003)........................................................1075

Career

Games Played

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7.

Lindsay Smith (2002-05)......................................................59 Liz Boyden (2008-).................................................................53 Jenell Miller (1999-02)..........................................................48 Tricia Haynes (1998-01).......................................................48 Anna Sandman (2006-09)...................................................35 Kim Carey (2000-03).............................................................14 Michelle Jordan (2005-08)..................................................13

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

Lindsay Smith (2002-05)......................................................53 Liz Boyden (2008-).................................................................52 Jenell Miller (1999-02)..........................................................42 Tricia Haynes (1998-01).......................................................39 Anna Sandman (2006-09)...................................................32 Michelle Jordan (2005-08)..................................................10 Kim Carey (2000-03)............................................................... 6

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

Lindsay Smith (2002-05)................................................... 302 Jenell Miller (1999-02)....................................................... 263 Liz Boyden (2008-).............................................................. 252 Tricia Haynes (1998-01).................................................... 219 Anna Sandman (2006-09)................................................ 179 Kim Carey (2000-03).............................................................66 Michelle Jordan (2005-08)..................................................53

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jenell Miller (1999-02)..........................................................63 Tricia Haynes (1998-01).......................................................64 Anna Sandman (2006-09)...................................................66 Liz Boyden (2008-).................................................................68 Lindsay Smith (2002-05)................................................... 109

Games Started

Saves

Miscellaneous Records Career

Games Played (Field)

1. Jaci Pelton (1998-01)..............................................................76 2. Emily Nelson (2000-03).......................................................75 2. Jennifer Kiebel (1999-02).....................................................75 2. Dawn Mueller (1998-01).....................................................75 2. Christine Rennick (1998-01)..............................................75 6. Megan Cummings (1998-01)............................................74 7. Jamie Lewis (2000-03)..........................................................73 8. Ashley Cox (2001-04)...........................................................72 8. Katie Swajkoski (2001-04)...................................................72 10. Aly South (2003-05)...............................................................71 10. Laura Humpherys (1999-02).............................................71

Games Started (Field)

1. Emily Nelson (2000-03).......................................................75 1. Jennifer Kiebel (1999-02).....................................................75 3. Dawn Mueller (1998-01).....................................................71 4. Megan Cummings (1998-01)............................................70 5. Jaci Pelton (1998-01)..............................................................68 6. Kelsey Manning (2005-08).................................................65 7. Christine Rennick (1998-01)..............................................64 8. Jamie Lewis (2000-03)..........................................................62 9. Melissa Martinazzi (2001-04)...........................................61 10. Megan Dunn (2003-06).......................................................56

Goals Against (min 30 gms played)

Goals Against Average (min 2500 minutes)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Liz Boyden (2008-)............................................................. 1.28 Jenell Miller (1999-02)...................................................... 1.46 Tricia Haynes (1998-01)................................................... 1.51 Lindsay Smith (2002-05).................................................. 1.91 Anna Sandman (2006-09)............................................... 1.99

1. 1. 1. 4. 5. 6.

Liz Boyden (2008-).................................................................11 Jenell Miller (1999-02)..........................................................11 Tricia Haynes (1998-01).......................................................11 Anna Sandman (2006-09)..................................................... 6 Lindsay Smith (2002-05)........................................................ 4 Kim Carey (2000-03)............................................................... 2

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7.

Lindsay Smith (2002-05).................................................5129 Liz Boyden (2008-)............................................................4793 Jenell Miller (1999-02).....................................................3886 Tricia Haynes (1998-01)..................................................3820 Anna Sandman (2006-09)..............................................2979 Kim Carey (2000-03).......................................................... 903 Michelle Jordan (2005-08)............................................... 805

Shutouts

Minutes Played

Anna Sandman

Kelsey Manning

Team Single-Game Records Goals

vs. Carroll College (10/13/99).................................................... 9

Assists

vs. Carroll College (10/13/99).................................................... 9

Shots

at South Dakota (9/11/10).........................................................36 vs. Portland State (9/17/00).......................................................36

Saves

at Cal Poly (11/2/03).....................................................................16

Fewest Shots Allowed

vs. Portland State (9/17/00)......................................................... 0

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Single-Season Team Records

1. 2010.................................................................14 2. 2000.................................................................11 3. 2009................................................................... 9 3. 2001................................................................... 9 3. 1999................................................................... 9

Goals Allowed

1. 2010.......................................... .667 (14-7-0) 2. 2000.......................................... .632 (11-6-2) 3. 1999............................................. .526 (9-8-2) 4. 2001.............................................. .525(9-8-3) 5. 2009.......................................... .474 (9-10-0)

1. 2000.................................................................21 2. 1999.................................................................22 3. 2010.................................................................23 4. 2009.................................................................24 5. 2001.................................................................30

1. 1999................................................................... 8 2. 2009................................................................... 7 2. 2000................................................................... 7 4. 2010................................................................... 5 5. 2001................................................................... 4

1. 2000............................................................. 1.03 2. 2010............................................................. 1.08 3. 1999............................................................. 1.10 4. 2009............................................................. 1.24 5. 2001............................................................. 1.39

Home Wins

Home Win Percentage

1. 2000............................................. .875 (7-1-0) 2. 1999............................................. .833 (7-1-1) 3. 2010............................................. .833 (5-1-0) 4. 2009............................................. .700 (7-3-0) 5. 2001............................................. .556 (4-3-2)

Goals

Goals Per Game

1. 1999............................................................. 2.11 2. 2000............................................................. 1.95 3. 2010............................................................. 1.57 4. 2009............................................................. 1.42 5. 2001............................................................. 1.40

Assists

1. 1999.................................................................35 2. 2000.................................................................30 3. 2010.................................................................24 4. 2001.................................................................21 5. 2009.................................................................18

Shots

Shots Per Game

1. 2009..........................................17.6 (334/19) 2. 1999..........................................16.7 (318/19) 3. 2001..........................................16.4 (328/20) 4. 2000..........................................15.3 (290/19) 5. 2010..........................................14.7 (309/21)

Shooting Percentage

1. 2000......................................... .128 (37/290) 2. 1999......................................... .126 (40/318) 3. 2003......................................... .114 (20/176) 4. 2010......................................... .107 (33/309) 5. 2004......................................... .087 (15/173)

Shots On Goal

Assists Allowed

1. 1999.................................................................16 2. 2000.................................................................18 3. 2010.................................................................20 4. 2009.................................................................22 4. 2001.................................................................22

Points Allowed

1. 2000.................................................................60 1. 1999.................................................................60 3. 2010.................................................................66 4. 2009.................................................................70 5. 2001.................................................................82

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(Sept. 21, 2001 - Oct. 5, 2001)

Consecutive Shutouts

4

(Sept. 9, 2000 - Sept. 22, 2000) (Sept. 23, 2001 - Sept. 30, 2001)

Consecutive Games With At Least One Goal

13

(Sept. 3, 2010 - Oct. 15, 2010)

Consecutive Wins

6

(Sept. 26, 2010 - Oct. 15, 2010) (Sept. 3, 2010 - Sept 21, 2010) (Oct. 26, 2001 - Sept. 4, 2002)

Consecutive Games Without a Loss 7 (5-0-2) (Sept. 17, 2001 - Oct. 5, 2001)

Consecutive Home Wins

6

1-0-0

Boise State (1998)

4-8-1

Bowling Green (2000)

1-0-0

Brigham Young (2011)

0-0-0

Cal Poly (1998)

1-6-0

Cal State Bakersfield (2007)

1-2-0

Cal State Fullerton (1998)

2-5-1

Cal State Northridge (2001)

1-4-0

Carroll College (1999)

1-0-0

Central Michigan (2003)

0-0-1

Colorado College (1998)

0-2-0

Denver (2004)

0-1-0

Depaul (2002)

0-1-0

Eastern Washington (1998)

9-5-0

Gonzaga (1998)

4-7-1

Fresno State (2005) Hawai`i (2001)

Idaho State (1998) Iowa (2002)

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

Louisiana Tech (2005)

3-0-3

Loyola Marymount (2007)

0-1-0

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(Oct. 3, 2010 - Oct. 15, 2010)

Minnesota (2008)

0-1-0

Montana (1998)

3-5-0

Nevada (2000)

1. 2010......................................... .072 (23/321) 2. 2000......................................... .084 (21/251) 3. 2009......................................... .096 (24/251) 4. 1999......................................... .099 (22/223) 5. 2008......................................... .103 (32/310)

Emily Nelson

1. 2000...................................... .857 (126/147) 2. 2001...................................... .803 (122/152) 3. 1999......................................... .802 (89/111) 4. 2010......................................... .802 (93/116) 5. 2009......................................... .791 (91/115)

0-2-0

New Mexico State (2009)

1-1-0

Niagara (2008)

0-0-1

North Dakota State (2007)

1-0-0

North Texas (1998)

0-2-0

Northern Arizona (2003)

0-0-1

Northern Colorado (2005)

2-1-0

Northwest Nazarene (1998)

2-0-0

Oregon (1999)

0-3-1

Oregon State (1998)

0-5-1

Pacific (1998)

1-5-1

Pepperdine (2004)

0-1-0

Portland State (1998)

5-2-0

Robert Morris (2008)

0-1-0

Sacramento State (2001)

1-3-0

San Diego (2006)

0-1-0

San Francisco (2002)

0-1-0

San Jose State (2002)

2-4-1

South Dakota (2009)

2-0-0

Southern Utah (2007)

1-0-0 1-6-1

UC Riverside (2001)

0-4-0

UNLV (2000)

0-1-0

Utah (2005) Utah State (1998)

1. 2000................................................................... 8 2. 2010................................................................... 6 2. 2007................................................................... 6 2. 2001................................................................... 6 2. 1999................................................................... 6

Utah Valley (2006) UTEP (2007)

Jenell Miller

0-3-0

UC Irvine (1998) UC Santa Barbara (1998)

Shutouts

3-5-0

New Mexico (2003)

Seattle University (2008)

Goalkeeper Save Pct.

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1-0-1

Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2009)

Consecutive Conference Wins

Opponent Shot Pct.

1. 2001.............................................................. 163 2. 1999.............................................................. 161 3. 2000.............................................................. 155 4. 2010.............................................................. 149 5. 2009.............................................................. 148

Record

Long Beach State (1998)

Shots Allowed

1. 2002.............................................................. 137 2. 2003.............................................................. 131 3. 2000.............................................................. 126 4. 2001.............................................................. 122 5. 2006.............................................................. 115

Air Force (2003)

(Aug. 30, 2009 - Sept. 27, 2009)

1. 1999.............................................................. 223 2. 2009.............................................................. 251 3. 2000.............................................................. 273 4. 2004.............................................................. 285 4. 1998.............................................................. 285

Goalkeeper Saves

Opponent (First Meeting)

1-6-0 0-1-0 1-12-0 2-2-0

0-1-0

Washington (2001)

0-1-0

Washington State (1999)

1-6-0

Weber State (2000)

4-1-0

Western Washington (2000)

1-0-0

Whitworth College (1999)

1-0-0

Wyoming (2008)

0-2-0

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1. 2009.............................................................. 334 2. 2001.............................................................. 328 3. 1999.............................................................. 318 4. 2010.............................................................. 309 5. 2000.............................................................. 290

*Goals allowed per 90 minutes of play

Consecutive Multi-Goal Games

This is Our Time

1. 1999.................................................................40 2. 2000.................................................................37 3. 2010.................................................................33 4. 2001.................................................................28 5. 2009.................................................................27

Goals Against Average*

Miscellaneous Records

I am Determined

Win Percentage

Points

1. 1999.............................................................. 115 2. 2000.............................................................. 104 3. 2010.................................................................90 4. 2001.................................................................77 5. 2009.................................................................72

All-Time Series Records


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University of Idaho Year-by-Year Schedules/Results 1998: 4-13-1

BWC: 0-9-0 (10th) Coach: Larry Foster

Date Opponent 9/1 at Portland State 9/5 #Eastern Washington 9/7 #Idaho State 9/11 Northwest Nazarene 9/13 at Gonzaga 9/19 &Colorado College 9/20 &Montana 9/25 UC Santa Barbara* 9/27 Cal Poly* 9/30 Oregon State 10/2 at Pacific* 10/4 at Long Beach State* 10/11 Boise State* 10/16 Utah State* 10/18 North Texas* 10/23 at Cal St. Fullerton* 10/25 at UC Irvine* 10/31 Eastern Washington

Score L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 (2OT) W, 4-0 T, 1-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-1 L, 0-6 L, 0-2 L, 0-8 L, 0-2 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-5 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 W, 1-0

# Governor’s Cup (Boise, Idaho) & University of Montana Tournament * Big West Conference Game

1999: 9-8-2

BWC: 2-6-1 (10th) Coach: Larry Foster

Date Opponent 9/1 Whitworth 9/4 #Idaho State 9/6 #Washington State 9/10 Northwest Nazarene 9/12 at Eastern Washington 9/17 at Oregon State 9/19 at Oregon 9/24 at Cal Poly* 9/26 at UC Santa Barbara* 10/1 Long Beach State* 10/3 Pacific* 10/7 Eastern Washington 10/10 at Boise State* 10/13 Carroll College 10/15 at North Texas* 10/17 at Utah State* 10/22 UC Irvine* 10/24 Cal St. Fullerton* 10/31 Gonzaga

Score W, 4-0 T, 0-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 (OT) L, 0-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-2 W, 9-0 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 W, 1-0 (OT) T, 2-2 W, 2-1

# Governor’s Cup (Moscow, Idaho) * Big West Conference Game

2000: 11-6-2

BWC: 4-2-2 (T-3rd) Coach: Larry Foster

Date Opponent 8/27 at Oregon 8/29 at Oregon State 9/2 #Weber State 9/4 #Idaho State 9/7 $UNLV 9/9 $Bowling Green State 9/17 Portland State 9/21 Eastern Washington 9/22 Nevada 9/28 Utah State* 10/1 Western Washington

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

10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/29 11/5

at Cal St. Fullerton* at UC Irvine* UC Santa Barbara* Cal Poly* at Pacific* at Long Beach State* Boise State* at Gonzaga

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

# Governor’s Cup (Pocatello, Idaho) $ UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) * Big West Conference Game

2001: 9-8-3

BWC: 3-5-1 (T-6th) Coach: Larry Foster

Date Opponent 8/31 at Boise State 9/1 vs. Weber State 9/5 Oregon 9/7 Hawai`i 9/9 at Washington 9/14 UNLV 9/17 at Portland State 9/21 Oregon State 9/23 Sacramento State 9/26 at Eastern Washington 9/28 Montana 9/30 at Nevada 10/5 at UC Irvine* 10/7 at Long Beach State* 10/12 Cal St. Fullerton* 10/14 UC Riverside* 10/19 at Cal Poly* 10/21 at UC Santa Barbara* 10/26 Cal St. Northridge* 10/28 Pacific* 11/4 at Utah State*

Score L, 2-4 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-4 canceled W, 1-0 T, 3-3 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 T, 2-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 L, 1-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-2

* Big West Conference Game

2002: 2-14-3

BWC: 0-8-1 (10th) Coach: Arby Busey

Date Opponent 8/31 at Boise State 9/4 Eastern Washington 9/8 at Washington State 9/13 at Iowa 9/15 at Depaul 9/20 at Sacramento State 9/22 at San Francisco 9/27 San Jose State 9/29 Idaho State 10/4 UC Irvine* 10/6 Long Beach State* 10/11 at Cal St. Fullerton* 10/13 at UC Riverside* 10/18 Cal Poly* 10/20 UC Santa Barbara* 10/25 at Cal St. Northridge* 10/27 at Pacific* 10/31 Gonzaga 11/3 Utah State*

Score W, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 T, 1-1 T, 2-2 L, 1-2 T, 2-2 L, 1-4 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-6 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-1 L, 0-3

2003: 3-12-4

BWC: 1-8-0 (10th) Coach: Arby Busey

Date Opponent 8/29 at Northern Arizona 8/31 vs. Central Michigan 9/5 Montana 9/7 at Oregon State 9/10 Portland State 9/12 Boise State 9/14 at Idaho State 9/19 at Gonzaga 9/21 New Mexico 9/26 Air Force 10/3 Pacific* 10/5 Cal St. Northridge* 10/12 at Utah State* 10/17 at UC Irvine* 10/19 at Long Beach State* 10/24 UC Riverside* 10/26 Cal St. Fullerton* 10/31 at UC Santa Barbara 11/2 at Cal Poly*

Score T, 2-2 T, 1-1 W, 4-2 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 1-4 L, 0-1 T, 1-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 L, 0-8 L, 0-3

* Big West Conference Game

2004: 3-14-0

BWC: 1-8-0 (10th) Coach: Arby Busey

Date Opponent 8/27 at Montana 8/29 vs. Denver 9/3 at Air Force 9/5 at Colorado College 9/15 at Eastern Washington 9/17 Idaho State 9/19 Pepperdine 9/24 at Boise State 10/1 at Pacific* 10/3 Cal St. Northridge* 10/8 Gonzaga 10/10 Utah State* 10/15 UC Irvine* 10/17 Long Beach State* 10/22 at UC Riverside* 10/24 at Cal St. Fullerton* 10/29 UC Santa Barbara* 10/31 Cal Poly*

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

* Big West Conference Game

* Big West Conference Game

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2005: 3-16-0

WAC: 1-6-0 (7th) Coach: Pete Showler

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

* Western Athletic Conference Game

2006: 0-17-2

Score L, 0-5 L, 0-4 L, 0-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-6 L, 0-3 L, 2-7 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-4 L, 0-1 L, 0-2 L, 1-5 T, 1-1 T, 1-1 L, 1-3

* Western Athletic Conference Game

Sari Morrison

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Date Opponent 8/31 at Gonzaga 9/7 vs Southern Utah# 9/9 at Idaho State# 9/13 Portland State 9/16 Cal St. Bakersfield 9/21 at UTEP^ 9/23 vs North Dakota State^ 9/28 at Loyola Marymount 9/30 at Oregon State 10/5 #25 Washington State 10/7 Eastern Washington 10/12 Utah State* 10/14 at Louisiana Tech* 10/21 at Boise State* 10/26 Nevada* 10/28 Fresno State* 11/2 at San Jose State 11/4 at Hawai’i

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

# Governor’s Cup (Pocatello, Idaho) ^ UTEP Border Shootout (El Paso, Texas) * Western Athletic Conference Game

2008: 1-16-2

WAC: 0-6-1 (8th) Coach: Pete Showler

Date Opponent 8/22 at Cal St. Bakersfield 8/29 Gonzaga 9/5 Seattle# 9/7 Idaho State# 9/12 Wyoming 9/14 vs. Minnesota$ 9/19 vs. Niagara^ 9/21 vs. Robert Morris^ 9/26 at Eastern Washington 9/28 at Washington State 10/3 at Utah Valley 10/5 at Montana 10/10 at Utah State* 10/12 Louisiana Tech* 10/19 Boise State* 10/24 at Nevada* 10/26 at Fresno State* 10/31 San Jose State* 11/2 Hawai`i*

# Governor’s Cup (Moscow, Idaho) $ Played at Reno, Nev. ^ UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) * Western Athletic Conference Game

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

# Governor’s Cup (Boise, Idaho) $ Holiday Inn Classic (Boise, Idaho) * Western Athletic Conference Game

2010: 14-7-0

WAC: 5-3-0 (3rd) Coach: Pete Showler

Date Opponent 8/20 at UC Irvine 8/27 at Northern Colorado 8/29 at Wyoming 9/3 at Idaho State# 9/5 vs. Utah Valley# 9/11 at South Dakota 9/14 at Weber State 9/17 Gonzaga 9/21 vs. Eastern Washington^ 9/24 at Seattle% 9/26 vs. Cal St. Bakersfield 9/28 Portland State 10/3 at Hawai`i* 10/8 Louisiana Tech* 10/10 New Mexico State* 10/15 at Nevada* 10/17 at Utah State* 10/24 at Boise State* 10/28 San Jose State* 10/31 Fresno State* 11/4 Fresno State!

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

# Governor’s Cup (Pocatello, Idaho) ^ Joe Albi Stadium (Spokane, Wash.) % Redhawk Invitational (Seattle, Wash.) * Western Athletic Conference Game ! WAC Tournament Quarterfinal (Ruston, La.)

We are Vandals

Date Opponent 8/25 at #20 Pepperdine 8/27 at #15 Cal St. Fullerton 9/1 vs. Idaho State 9/3 vs. Montana 9/8 Sacramento State 9/10 at San Diego 9/12 at Cal St. Northridge 9/15 Utah Valley 9/17 at Washington State 9/22 Gonzaga 9/24 at Oregon 10/3 at Eastern Washington 10/6 Hawai`i* 10/8 San Jose State* 10/13 at Fresno State* 10/15 at Nevada* 10/22 at Boise State* 10/27 Louisiana Tech* 10/29 Utah State*

2007: 5-12-1

WAC: 1-5-1 (7th) Coach: Pete Showler

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

This is Our Time

WAC: 0-5-2 (7th) Coach: Pete Showler

Jenny Springer

Date Opponent 8/21 at Washington St. 8/23 at Seattle 8/30 Utah Valley 9/4 Idaho State# 9/6 Montana# 9/11 Northern Colorado$ 9/13 Ark.-Pine Bluff$ 9/18 Eastern Washington 9/20 at Gonzaga 9/25 South Dakota 9/27 Weber State 10/2 at Louisiana Tech* 10/4 at New Mexico State* 10/9 Nevada* 10/11 Utah State* 10/18 Boise State* 10/23 at San Jose State* 10/25 at Fresno State* 11/1 Hawai`i*

I am Determined

Date Opponent 8/28 Washington State 9/2 at Portland State 9/4 at #22 Utah 9/9 Northern Colorado 9/11 at Idaho State 9/15 at Weber State 9/18 Montana 9/25 at New Mexico 9/27 at Sacramento State 9/30 at Gonzaga 10/2 Eastern Washington 10/7 at Hawai`i* 10/9 at San Jose State* 10/14 Fresno State* 10/16 Nevada* 10/18 at #25 Long Beach State 10/23 Boise State* 10/28 at Louisiana Tech* 10/30 at Utah State*

2009: 9-10-0

WAC: 2-6-0 (8th) Coach: Pete Showler


I am Determined

This is Our Time

We are Vandals

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University of Idaho Game 1:

UC Santa Barbara Gauchos Friday, Aug. 19 (6 p.m.) UNLV Rebel Classic Las Vegas, Nev.

Series: Last Meeting:

UCSB leads, 1-6 L, 0-1 (10/29/04)

Quick Facts Location: Santa Barbara, Calif. Enrollment: 20,587 Founded: 1949 Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Big West Chancellor: Dr. Henry T. Yang Athletic Director: Mark Massari Soccer Information Head Coach: Paul Stumpf Career Record: 112-90-27 (12 Years) Record at UCSB: Same 2010 Record: 8-9-2 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 3-5-0/5th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 6 Media Information Soccer SID: Bill Mahoney E-mail: bill.mahoney@athletics.ucsb.edu Phone: (805) 893-3428 Fax: (805) 893-4537 Web Site: www.ucsbgauchos.com

Game 5:

Idaho State Bengals

Friday, Sept. 2 (4:30 p.m.) Governor’s Cup Guy Wicks Field

Series: Last Meeting:

Idaho leads, 5-4-3 W, 2-1 (9/3/10)

Quick Facts Location: Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment: 15,041 Founded: 1901 Colors: Orange and Black Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. Arthur C. Vailas Athletic Director: Jeff Tingey Soccer Information Head Coach: Allison Gibson Career Record: 36-45-13 (Five Years) Record at ISU: Same 2010 Record: 6-11-2 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 1-5-1/8th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 6 Media Information Soccer SID: Katie Ware E-mail: zigakath@isu.edu Phone: (208) 282-3651 Fax: (208) 282-3659 Web Site: www.isubengals.com

Game 2:

UC Riverside Highlanders

Sunday, Aug. 21 (10:30 a.m.) UNLV Rebel Classic Las Vegas, Nev.

Series: Last Meeting:

UCR leads, 4-0 L, 1-2 (10/22/04)

Quick Facts Location: Riverside, Calif. Enrollment: 20,500 Founded: 1954 Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Big West Chancellor: Timothy P. White Athletic Director: Brian Wickstrom Soccer Information Head Coach: Veronica O’Brien Career Record: 125-130-32 (15 Years) Record at UCR: 83-82-25 (10 Years) 2010 Record: 1-14-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 0-7-1/9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 12 Media Information Soccer SID: John Maxwell E-mail: john.maxwell@ucr.edu Phone: (951) 827-5438 Fax: (951) 827-3569 Web Site: www.gohighlanders.com

Game 6:

Montana Lady Griz

Sunday, Sept. 4 (1:30 p.m.) Governor’s Cup Guy Wicks Field

Series: Last Meeting:

UM leads, 5-3-0 W, 1-0 (9/6/09)

Quick Facts Location: Missoula, Mont. Enrollment: 15,106 Founded: 1893 Colors: Maroon and Silver Conference: Big Sky President: Royce Engstrom Athletic Director: Jim O’Day Soccer Information Head Coach: Mark Plakorus Career Record: 0-0-0 (First Year) Record at UM: 0-0-0 (First Year) 2010 Record: 3-12-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 2-4-1/T-5th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Newcomers: 12 Media Information Soccer SID: Joel Carlson E-mail: joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu Phone: (406) 243-5414 Fax: (406) 243-6859 Web Site: www.gogriz.com

Game 3:

Game 4:

Seattle U Redhawks

Friday, Aug. 26 (4:30 p.m.) Guy Wicks Field

Series: Last Meeting:

SU leads, 3-0-0 L, 1-2 (9/24/10)

Quick Facts Location: Seattle, Wash. Enrollment: 7,900 Founded: 1891 Colors: Red and White Conference: Independent President: Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletic Director: William Hogan Soccer Information Head Coach: Julie Woodward Career Record: 194-73-25 (14 Years) Record at Seattle: Same 2010 Record: 12-5-2 2010 Conference Record/Finish: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 6 Media Information Soccer SID: Diana Chamorro E-mail: dchamorro@seattleu.edu Phone: (206) 296-2490 Fax: (206) 296-2154 Web Site: www.goseattleu.com

Game 7:

Sunday, Aug. 28 (6 p.m.) Portland, Ore.

Series: Last Meeting:

Idaho leads, 5-2 W, 3-2 (9/28/10)

Quick Facts Location: Portland, Ore. Enrollment: 27,000 Founded: 1946 Colors: Green, White and Silver Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. Wim Wiewel Athletic Director: Torre Chisholm Soccer Information Head Coach: Laura Schott Career Record: 24-27-9 (Three Years) Record at PSU: Same 2010 Record: 9-10-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 5-2-0/2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 9 Media Information Soccer SID: Ryan McCall E-mail: ryan.mccall@pdx.edu Phone: (503) 725-5744 Fax: (503) 725-5550 Web Site: www.goviks.com

Game 8:

Utah Valley Wolverines

Friday, Sept. 9 (1:30 p.m.) Montana Nike Cup Missoula, Mont.

Series: Last Meeting:

Portland State Vikings

Tied, 2-2 W, 3-0 (9/5/10)

Quick Facts Location: Orem, Utah Enrollment: 32,670 Founded: 1941 Colors: Green and White Conference: Great West President: Dr. Matthew S. Holland Athletic Director: Michael V. Jacobsen Soccer Information Head Coach: Brent Anderson Career Record: 43-49-6 (Five Years) Record at UVU: Same 2010 Record: 10-9-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 5-0-1/1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Newcomers: 12 Media Information Soccer SID: Clint Burgi E-mail: clint.burgi@uvu.edu Phone: (801) 863-8644 Fax: (801) 863-8813 Web Site: www.wolverinegreen.com

North Dakota State Bison

Friday, Sept. 11 (9:30 a.m.) Montana Nike Cup Missoula, Mont.

Series: Last Meeting:

Idaho leads, 1-0 W, 1-0 (9/21/07)

Quick Facts Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,407 Founded: 1890 Colors: Yellow and Green Conference: The Summit League President: Dean Bresciani Athletic Director: Gene Taylor Soccer Information Head Coach: Pete Cuadrado Career Record: 78-58-16 (Eight Years) Record at NDSU: Same 2010 Record: 12-5-6 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 6-2-1/T2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 11 Media Information Soccer SID: Jenny Beam E-mail: jennifer.beam@ndsu.edu Phone: (701) 231-8047 Fax: (701) 231-8022 Web Site: www.gobison.com

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Vandal Soccer 2011 Game 9:

Washington State Cougars

Sunday, Sept. 18 (1 p.m.) Guy Wicks Field

WSU leads, 6-1 L, 0-3 (8/21/09)

Brigham Young Cougars

Tuesday, Sept. 20 (6 p.m.) Provo, Utah BYU-TV

Series: Last Meeting:

Quick Facts Location: Provo, Utah Enrollment: 32,955 Founded: 1875 Colors: Blue and White Conference: West Coast President: Cecil O. Sameulson Athletic Director: Tom Holmoe Soccer Information Head Coach: Jennifer Rockwood Career Record: 263-80-28 (15 Years) Record at BYU: Same 2010 Record: 16-3-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 5-1-1/2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 7 Media Information Soccer SID: Whitney Craft Jordan E-mail: soccer_sid@byu.edu Phone: (801) 422-8999 Fax: (801) 422-0633 Web Site: www.byucougars.com

Game 13:

Fresno State Bulldogs

Friday, Sept. 30 (4 p.m.) Fresno, Calif.

FS leads, 7-0-0 L, 0-3 (11/4/10)

Quick Facts Location: Fresno, Calif. Enrollment: 21,000 Founded: 1911 Colors: Red and Blue Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. John D. Welty Athletic Director: Thomas Boeh Soccer Information Head Coach: Brian Zwaschka Career Record: 15-22-5 (Two Years) Record at FS: Same 2010 Record: 9-9-5 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 3-3-2/6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Newcomers: 11 Media Information Soccer SID: TBA E-mail: Phone: (559) 278-2509 Fax: (559) 278-4869 Web Site: www.gobulldogs.com

Game 14:

San Jose State Spartans

Sunday, Oct. 2 (1 p.m.) San Jose, Calif.

Series: Last Meeting:

SJSU leads, 4-2-1 W, 2-1 (10/28/10)

Quick Facts Location: San Jose, Calif. Enrollment: 26,796 Founded: 1857 Colors: Gold, White and Blue Conference: Western Athletic President: Mohammad Qayoumi Athletic Director: Tim Bowen Soccer Information Head Coach: Jeff Leightmann Career Record: 130-90-30 (13 Years) Record at SJSU: 28-24-9 (Three Years) 2010 Record: 12-7-2 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 5-2-1/T1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Newcomers: 8 Media Information Soccer SID: TBA E-mail: Phone: (408) 924-1211 Fax: (408) 924-1291 Web Site: www.sjsuspartans.com

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Game 12:

Gonzaga Bulldogs

Eastern Washington Eagles

Spokane, Wash.

Guy Wicks Field

Friday, Sept. 23 (4 p.m.)

Series: Last Meeting:

GU leads, 7-4-1 W, 1-0 (9/17/10)

Quick Facts Location: Spokane, Wash. Enrollment: 7,837 Founded: 1887 Colors: Blue, White and Red Conference: West Coast President: Dr. Thayne McCulloh Athletic Director: Mike Roth Soccer Information Head Coach: Amy Edwards Career Record: 63-48-7 (Seven Years) Record at Gonzaga: 16-23-1 (Two Years) 2010 Record: 8-11-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 3-4-0/4th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/5 Newcomers: 9 Media Information Soccer SID: Ricky Hoskin E-mail: hoskin@athletics.gonzaga.edu Phone: (509) 313-4227 Fax: (509) 313-5730 Web Site: www.gozags.com

Game 15:

Sunday, Sept. 25 (1 p.m.)

Series: Last Meeting:

Idaho leads, 9-5-0 W, 1-0 (9/21/10)

Quick Facts Location: Cheney, Wash. Enrollment: 10,750 Founded: 1882 Colors: Red and White Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletic Director: Bill Chaves Soccer Information Head Coach: George Hageage Career Record: 61-152-15 (13 Years) Record at EWU: 58-121-5 (11 Years) 2010 Record: 2-14-1 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 2-5-0/7th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Newcomers: 11 Media Information Soccer SID: Cara Schlinger E-mail: hoskin@athletics.gonzaga.edu Phone: (509) 359-6334 Fax: (509) 359-2828 Web Site: www.goeags.com

Game 16:

Hawai`i Rainbow Wahine

New Mexico State Aggies

Guy Wicks Field

Las Cruces, N.M.

Friday, Oct. 7 (4 p.m.)

Series: Last Meeting:

UH leads, 6-1-0 W, 3-1 (10/3/10)

Quick Facts Location: Honolulu, Hawai`i Enrollment: 20,000 Founded: 1907 Colors: Green, Black, Silver and White Conference: Western Athletic President: M.R.C. Greenwood Athletic Director: Jim Donovan Soccer Information Head Coach: Michele Nagemine Career Record: 0-0-0 (First Year) Record at UH: 0-0-0 (First Year) 2010 Record: 3-14-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 1-5-2/8th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 12 Media Information Soccer SID: Neal Iwamoto E-mail: niwamoto@hawaii.edu Phone: (808) 956-9748 Fax: (808) 956-4470 Web Site: www.hawaiiathletics.com

Friday, Oct. 14 (6 p.m.)

Series: Last Meeting:

Tied, 1-1 W, 4-1 (10/10/10)

Quick Facts Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Enrollment: 16,428 Founded: 1888 Colors: Crimson and White Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Barbara Couture Athletic Director: Dr. McKinley Boston Soccer Information Head Coach: Blair Quinn Career Record: 0-0-0 (First Year) Record at NMSU: 0-0-0 (First Year) 2010 Record: 7-8-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 1-6-1/9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 10 Media Information Soccer SID: Tiffany Franklin E-mail: tfrank@nmsu.edu Phone: (575) 646-3929 Fax: (575) 646-2168 Web Site: www.nmstatesports.com

We are Vandals

Series: Last Meeting:

First Meeting

Game 11:

This is Our Time

Quick Facts Location: Pullman, Wash. Enrollment: 20,060 Founded: 1890 Colors: Crimson and Gray Conference: Pac-12 President: Elson S. Floyd Athletic Director: Bill Moos Soccer Information Head Coach: Matt Potter Career Record: 76-62-22 (Eight Years) Record at WSU: Same 2010 Record: 7-13-0 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 2-7-0/9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/14 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 9 Media Information Soccer SID: Craig Lawson E-mail: craigl@wsu.edu Phone: (509) 335-0265 Fax: (509) 335-0267 Web Site: www.wsucougars.com

Game 10:

I am Determined

Series: Last Meeting:

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I am Determined

This is Our Time

We are Vandals

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University of Idaho Game 17:

Game 18:

Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters

Sunday, Oct. 16 (11 a.m.) Ruston, La.

Series: Last Meeting:

Idaho leads, 3-0-3 W, 2-0 (10/8/10)

Quick Facts Location: Ruston, La. Enrollment: 10,600 Founded: 1894 Colors: Red and Blue Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletic Director: Bruce Van De Velde Soccer Information Head Coach: Kevin Sherry Career Record: 112-61-21 (10 Years) Record at LTU: 39-32-7 (Four Years) 2010 Record: 15-6-0 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 5-3-0/T-3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/1 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Newcomers: 14 Media Information Soccer SID: Phillip Pongratz E-mail: pongratz@latech.edu Phone: (318) 257-5071 Fax: (318) 257-3757 Web Site: www.latechsports.com

Utah State Aggies

Nevada Wolf Pack

Friday, Oct. 21 (3 p.m.)

Boise State Broncos

Sunday, Oct. 23 (12 p.m.)

Guy Wicks Field

Series: Last Meeting:

Game 20:

Saturday, Oct. 29 (11 a.m.)

Guy Wicks Field

USU leads, 12-1-0 L, 0-2 (10/17/10)

Quick Facts Location: Logan, Utah Enrollment: 23,925 Founded: 1888 Colors: Navy Blue and White Conference: Western Athletic President: Stan Albrecht Athletic Director: Scott Barnes Soccer Information Head Coach: Heather Cairns Career Record: 75-70-17 (Eight Years) Record at USU: Same 2010 Record: 9-7-5 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 5-2-1/T1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 7 Media Information Soccer SID: Kara Fisher E-mail: kara.irving@usu.edu Phone: (435) 797-1361 Fax: (435) 797-2615 Web Site: www.utahstateaggies.com

Series: Last Meeting:

Boise, Idaho

Series: Last Meeting:

NEV leads, 5-3-0 W, 1-0 (10/15/10)

Quick Facts Location: Reno, Nev. Enrollment: 17,000 Founded: 1874 Colors: Navy Blue and Silver Conference: Western Athletic President: Marc Johnson Athletic Director: Cary Groth Soccer Information Head Coach: Dr. Melissa Price Career Record: 7-9-3 (One Year) Record at Nevada: Same 2010 Record: 7-9-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 2-5-1/6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Newcomers: 12 Media Information Soccer SID: Nick Saccomanno E-mail: nsaccomanno@unr.edu Phone: (775) 682-6985 Fax: (775) 784-4386 Web Site: www.nevadawolfpack.com

Series Record: 4-8-1 10/11/98 H L 0-1 10/10/99 A L 1-2 10/29/00 H W 2-0 8/31/01 A L 2-4 8/31/02 A W 2-1 9/12/03 H W 2-1 9/24/04 A L 0-1 10/23/05 H L 0-1 10/22/06 A T 1-1 10/21/07 A L 1-5 10/19/08 H L 0-1 10/18/09 H W 3-1 10/24/10 A L 0-1 (OT) 14-20

Brigham Young Series Record: 0-0-0 First Meeting

Goal Differential:

Series Record: 9-5-0 9/5/98 N W 10/31/98 H W 9/12/99 A W 10/7/99 H W 9/21/00 H W 9/26/01 A W 9/4/02 H W 9/15/04 A L 10/2/05 H L 10/3/06 A L 10/7/07 H L 9/26/08 A L 9/18/09 H W 9/21/10 N W

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

Goal Differential:

21-8

Fresno State

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

0-12

Gonzaga

Series Record: 4-7-1 9/13/98 A T 1-1 10/31/99 H W 2-1 11/5/00 A W 3-1 10/31/02 H L 0-1 9/19/03 A L 1-4 10/8/04 H L 1-2 (2OT) 9/30/05 A L 1-3 9/22/06 H L 0-3 8/31/07 A W 2-0 8/29/08 H L 1-3 9/20/09 A L 0-1 9/17/10 H W 1-0 Goal Differential:

Eastern Washington

Series Record: 0-7-0 10/14/05 H L 10/13/06 A L 10/28/07 H L 10/26/08 A L

10/25/09 A L 0-1 10/31/10 H L 0-1 (OT) 11/3/10 N L 0-3

13-20

Hawai`i

Series Record: 1-6-0 9/7/01 H L 10/7/05 A L 10/6/06 H L 11/4/07 A L 11/2/08 H L 11/1/09 H L 10/3/10 A W

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

Goal Differential:

0-12

Idaho State

Series Record: 5-4-3 9/7/98 N W 2-1 (2OT) 9/4/99 H T 0-0 9/4/00 A L 0-2 9/29/02 H T 2-2 9/14/03 A T 1-1 9/17/04 H W 2-1 9/11/05 A L 1-3 9/1/06 N L 0-3 9/9/07 A L 0-2 9/7/08 H W 2-0 9/4/09 N W 2-1

9/3/10

A W 2-1

Goal Differential:

14-17

Louisiana Tech

Series Record: 3-0-3 10/28/05 A W 2-0 10/27/06 H T 1-1 10/14/07 A T 0-0 10/12/08 H T 0-0 10/2/09 A W 1-0 (2OT) 10/8/10 H W 2-0 Goal Differential:

6-1

Montana

Series Record: 3-5-0 9/20/98 A L 9/28/01 H W 9/5/03 H W 8/27/04 A L 9/18/05 H L 9/3/06 N L 10/5/08 A L 9/6/09 N W

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

Goal Differential:

8-15

Nevada

Series Record: 3-5-0 9/22/00 H W 5-0 9/30/01 A W 2-0 10/16/05 H L 0-1 (2OT) 10/15/06 A L 1-5 10/26/07 H L 1-2 10/24/08 A L 0-2 10/9/09 H L 1-2 10/15/10 A W 1-0 Goal Differential:

12-11

New Mexico State

Series Record: 1-1-0 10/4/09 A L 2-3 10/10/10 H W 4-1 Goal Differential:

6-4

North Dakota State

Series Record: 1-0-0 9/23/07 N W 1-0 Goal Differential:

1-0

Portland State

Series Record: 5-2-0 9/1/98 A L 9/17/00 H W 9/17/01 A W 9/10/03 H L 9/2/05 A W 9/13/07 H W 9/28/10 H W

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

Goal Differential:

14-7

San Jose State

Series Record: 2-4-1 9/27/02 H T 10/9/05 A L 10/8/06 H L 11/2/07 A W 10/31/08 H L 10/23/09 A L 10/28/10 H W

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

Goal Differential:

5-8

Seattle U

Series Record: 0-3-0 9/5/08 H L 0-1 8/23/09 A L 0-1 9/24/10 A L 1-2 Goal Differential:

BSU leads, 8-4-1 L(OT), 0-1 (10/24/10)

Quick Facts Location: Boise, Idaho Enrollment: 19,993 Founded: 1932 Colors: Blue and Orange Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Robert W. Kustra Athletic Director: Gene Bleymaier Soccer Information Head Coach: Steve Lucas Career Record: 94-96-25 (11 Years) Record at BSU: Same 2010 Record: 8-10-3 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 4-2-2/5th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 7 Media Information Soccer SID: Casey Johnson E-mail: caseyjohnson2@boisestate.edu Phone: (208) 426-1226 Fax: (208) 426-1778 Web Site: www.broncosports.com

Series History vs. 2011 Opponents

Boise State

Goal Differential:

Game 19:

1-4

UC Riverside

Series Record: 0-4-0 10/14/01 H L 10/13/02 A L 10/24/03 H L 10/22/04 A L

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

Goal Differential:

1-7

UC Santa Barbara

Series Record: 1-6-0 9/25/08 H L 0-1

9/26/99 10/13/00 10/21/01 10/20/02 10/31/03 10/29/04

A L 0-1 (2OT) H W 3-1 A L 0-2 H L 0-6 A L 0-8 H L 0-1

Goal Differential:

3-20

Utah State

Series Record: 1-12-0 10/16/98 H L 1-2 10/17/99 A L 2-3 9/28/00 H L 0-1 11/4/01 A W 3-2 11/3/02 H L 0-3 10/12/03 A L 0-1 10/10/04 H L 0-3 10/30/05 A L 0-2 10/29/06 H L 1-3 10/12/07 H L 0-4 10/10/08 A L 0-4 10/11/09 H L 1-2 (2OT) 10/17/10 A L 0-2 Goal Differential:

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Utah Valley

Series Record: 2-2-0 9/15/06 H L 0-2 10/3/08 A L 1-2 (2OT) 8/30/09 H W 3-1 9/5/10 N W 3-0 Goal Differential:

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Washington State

Series Record: 1-6-0 9/6/99 H W 2-1 9/8/02 A L 0-2 8/28/05 H L 0-1 (OT) 9/17/06 A L 0-2 10/5/07 H L 0-4 9/28/08 A L 0-2 8/21/09 A L 0-3 Goal Differential:

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The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the past decade. The WAC has sent a total of 35 teams to bowl games since 2001, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five teams. The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games in three of the last five seasons including Hawai’i’s appearance in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 28 seasons. Every current school in the WAC has competed in the NCAA Tournament since 1990. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003 including Fresno State’s College World Series victory in 2008. In women’s sports, Fresno State softball has competed in every NCAA Tournament ever held while Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three. In 2009, Hawai’i made its fourth trip since 2000 to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four, and in 2010, the Rainbow Wahine earned a trip to the Softball College World Series.

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Now in its 50th year of existence, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best intercollegiate competition. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA.

Current WAC alums have made their presence felt as well. David Carr (Fresno State) was the first player selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. Cheryl Ford (Louisiana Tech) was named the WNBA Rookie of the Year and helped the Detroit Shock win the league’s championship in 2003. In 2004, the United States’ softball team won the Olympic gold medal with former Fresno State players Laura Berg and Lovie Jung. Jeff Weaver (Fresno State) earned the win in the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series clinching victory in 2006. Quarterback Colt Brennan (Hawai’i) finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy voting, and in 2008, Natasha Kai (Hawai’i) helped the United States to a gold medal in soccer at the Olympics in Beijing.

The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008.

The WAC has had just five commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94) and Karl Benson (1994-present).

WAC Soccer Tournament Fresno, Calif. Nov. 4-6, 2011

*Top six teams qualify

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Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports - eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

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Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai’i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai’i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. The current membership was established on July 1, 2005, when Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. For the 2012-13 season, the WAC will add Denver, UTSA, Texas State and Seattle to replace withdrawing members Boise State (2011), Fresno State (2012), Hawai’i (2012) and Nevada (2012).

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In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, gymnastics, softball and baseball.


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University of Idaho Vandal Soccer and Academic Services

Ana Tuiaea-Ruud

Director of Academic Services Ana Tuiaea-Ruud was promoted to Director of Academic Services in 2009 after spending two years as an Academic Coordinator at Idaho. She monitors academic progress for football, volleyball, women’s basketball, and soccer, while also supervising the assistance of other sports. In addition to her team duties, she also oversees the tutoring program for athletics, supervises the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and coordinates the fall new-student orientation and the yearly Scholar-Athlete Banquet. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Art in 2000 and her master’s degree in Athletic Administration in 2007, both from Central Washington. She married Jason Ruud in 1998 and they have one daughter, Malia.

Vandal Academic Support Services Mission Statement

The Vandal Academic Support Services office is dedicated to guiding student-athletes toward graduation through the collaboration of cross-campus resources to monitor and support student-athlete academic progress and NCAA eligibility. To fulfill this mission, we focus on nurturing study and social skills, and encouraging initiative, self-motivation, and accountability. Additionally, we strive to develop positive, meaningful relationships within the Vandal community and beyond, resulting in well-rounded, employable graduates.

Soccer Team GPAs By Semester

2006 Spring 3.41

2006 Fall 3.08

2007 Spring 3.26*

2007 Fall 3.29

2008 Spring 3.12

2008 Fall 3.22

2009 Spring 3.37

2009 Fall 3.58*

2010 Spring 3.46

2010 Fall 3.43

2011 Spring 3.44*

*Highest at Idaho The Vandal soccer team’s overall GPA has ranked in the top three among Idaho athletic teams in eight of the last 11 semesters, including each of the last five.

“Each individual player is a student-athlete, and there is a reason the term ‘student’ comes first. As a team, we strive to be the best we can be on the pitch and in the classroom. We want our student-athletes to win WAC titles, and to leave here with a degree in hand as a productive scholar and citizen.” -Head Coach Pete Showler

Idaho Academic Honorees

CoSIDA Academic All-America 2010

Chelsea Small (Second Team)

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2010

Chelsea Small (First Team) Lauren Layton (Second Team)

2007

Britta Rustad (First Team)

2006

Britta Rustad (First Team)

2000

Megan Cummings (Second Team)

Academic All-Big West 2002

Sarah April, Ashley Cox, Jennifer Kiebel, Jamie Lewis, Melissa Martinazzi, Emily Nelson, Katie Swajkoski

2003

Sarah April, Kayla Constable, Ashley Cox, Adriane Kehl, Jamie Lewis, Blair Marsden, Melissa Martinazzi, Emily Nelson, Katie Quinn, Lindsay Smith, Aly South, Katie Swajkoski, Caitlyn Wicks

2004

Sarah April, Kayla Constable, Ashley Cox, Dana Elwell, Melissa Martinazzi, Kelly Ridge, Lindsay Smith, Aly South, Jenny Springer, Katie Swajkoski, Caitlyn Wicks

WAC All-Academic 2005

Sonja Baumgartner, Kayla Constable, Megan Dunn, Courtney Evans, Amanda Findlay, Maria Madeira, Kelsey Manning, Mandy McAlexander, Katie Quinn, Britta Rustad, Lindsay Smith, Aly South, Jenny Springer, Eija Sumner, Caitlyn Wicks

2006

Sonja Baumgartner, Megan Dunn, Aimee Goss, Hayley Henry, Kelsey Manning, Mandy McAlexander, Britta Rustad, Jenny Springer, Eija Sumner

2007

Ali Buswell, Joanna Byrne, Melissa Canite, Anna Edmonds, Jennifer Eugenio, Hayley Henry, Jennifer Hull, Kelsey Manning, Mandy McAlexander, Alison Page, Ashley Perez, Britta Rustad, Dana Windley

2008

Alli Arnold, Sonja Baumgartner, Liz Boyden, Ali Buswell, Jennifer Eugenio, Danielle Hayward, Hayley Henry, Jennifer Hull, Kelsey Manning, Shelby Moriguchi, Sari Morrison, Alison Page, Ashley Perez, Britta Rustad, Anna Sandman

2009

Liz Boyden, Melissa Canite, Jennifer Eugenio, Jill Flockhart, Erica Hart, Jennifer Hull, Lauren Layton, Christine Leathem, Megan Lopez, Sari Morrison, Ashley Perez, Amber Pimley, Cassandra San, Chelsea Small

2010

Christina Boddie, Liz Boyden, Chelsie Breen, Melissa Canite, Mary Condon, Jill Flockhart, Erica Hart, Jennifer Hull, Lauren Layton, Megan Lopez, Amber Pimley, Cassandra San, Chelsea Small, Breanna Wilson

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Student-Athlete Services / Athletic Training

Barrie Steele

Director of Student-Athlete Services Head Athletic Trainer

Megan Shifflett

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Student-Athlete Support Services

With the number one goal being prevention, University of Idaho athletic services provides not only equipment, strength and conditioning and preventative athletic training measures, but coordinates with sports nutritionists and sports psychologists for the overall well-being of Vandal student-athletes. “We approach our jobs first from a prevention standpoint,” head athletic trainer Barrie Steele said. “But injuries do occur in athletics and when they do, we make sure our student-athletes receive the finest in immediate and follow-up care. When they return to competition, our goal is to have them in better condition than before the injury and with a reduced chance of re-injury.”

After the renovation, the equipment room nearly doubled in size. Totally new washer/dryer systems cut hours out of cleaning times, while a new ‘cubby’ equipment system greatly streamlines the equipment check-out process. The athletic training area was also expanded greatly, with new offices, larger work areas, and private exam rooms. Then enhancements have given Idaho’s athletic trainers more room to work with and have greatly expanded its capabilities for in-house treatment and rehab.

Idaho Athletic Training Philosophy Statement

The purpose of the Idaho athletic training room and its staff is for the prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. All student-athletes, regardless of sport affiliation, race or gender, have equal access to the training room and the services provided therein.

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Making the job easier for the Steele and the Idaho Student-Athlete Services staff was the total overhaul of the athletic training and equipment room areas over the summer of 2008. The locker rooms received a ‘facelift’ of new flooring and tiling, while two new individual team rooms, one new computer lab and one auditorium-style meeting room were also added.

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Shifflett is in her first season as an Idaho Assistant Athletic Trainer. She joins the staff after a one-year stint as head athletic trainer with Norfolk High School at Norfolk, Neb. Shifflett will be the primary trainer for the Vandal soccer and track and field squads in 2011. She spent the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant trainer at Idaho, where she worked with the Vandal volleyball team. Shifflett is a 2008 graduate of the University of Wyoming. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Athletic Training. She earned a master’s degree from Idaho in Recreation and Sports Management in 2010. She is originally from Laramie, Wyo.

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Barrie Steele has been the head athletic trainer at Idaho since 1986. He oversees a full staff of certified athletic trainers and works hand-in-hand with Idaho’s team physicians: Dr. Steve Pennington, Dr. David Rych and Dr. Ed Tingstad. Steele is a 2011 inductee into the National Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame.


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University of Idaho

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Iverson Speed and Strength Center

Weight Training Equipment:

The University of Idaho’s commitment to its student-athletes can be seen in the continuing enhancement and growth of its athletic training, and strength and conditioning services – the most notable the Norman and Becky Iverson Speed and Strength Center. The $3.3 million center was dedicated on April 30, 2004. “The Vandal Athletic Center is a huge bonus for our players,” Idaho soccer coach Pete Showler said. “The facility is second to none. That, combined with the experience of the Vandal Strength and Conditioning staff, gives us a great head start before we even step on the pitch. The players can work on improving stamina, power, flexibility, and core areas, as well as improving speed and agility; all key areas for our game.” The floor-to-ceiling glass that fronts the building and extends down the sides provides a spacious view of UI’s main campus. Inside, the Center is equipped with a full complement of strength-training equipment. As much as it has everything a student-athlete needs to remain in top condition, it has the best in rehabilitation equipment. Among the most notable is a hydrotherapy pool, which features a floor that can be raised and lowered depending on the need at the time. The 8,000 square foot facility was opened for student-athlete use on March 19, 2004. It is approximately three times as large as the previous training facility and includes a 7,000 square foot first floor used for day-to-day strength and conditioning needs. It also includes a 1,000 square foot mezzanine level filled with cardiovascular equipment used for warm-up, conditioning and rehabilitation.

· Five 9’ full cage squat racks · Five 9’ Olympic platform combo stations · Five 8’x 8’ Olympic platforms · Six 9’ half rack with adjustable benches · Eight adjustable benches · Two plate loaded reverse hyper stations · Three prone leg curl machines · Three dual-pulley pulldown machines · Two cable cross-over machines · One selectorized leg press · One plate loaded leg press · One 4-way hip machine · 16 York Olympic power bars · 10 York Olympic training bars · 10,000 lbs. of metal weights · 4,000 lbs. of bumper plates · 4,000 lbs. of dumbbells from 5 to 130 lb. · Two row stations · Two upper body endurance stations · One Woodway treadmill

Cardiovascular Equipment: · Six elliptical trainers · Six upright bikes · Four versa-climber stations · Two recumbent bikes

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Vandal Locker Room/Equipment Services Damien Garnett

Director of Athletic Equipment Operations

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Damien Garnett joined the University of Idaho staff as the Director of Athletics Equipment Operations and Services in 2009. Garnett came to Idaho after four years as the equipment manager for the Columbus Destroyers of the Arena Football League. Prior to working for the Destroyers, he was the Athletic Equipment Manager for Olympic Sports at the University of Cincinnati (2001-2005) and the Football Equipment Manager at Lehigh University (2000-01). Garnett is originally from Independence, Ky. He is a 2000 graduate of Wilmington College with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management. He and his wife, Jill, were married in 2011. They have two daughters, Katelyn and Maddyson.

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In addition to the locker and equipment room upgrades, the athletic training room was also significantly enhanced, a student-athlete computer lab and three new team meeting rooms with full video and projection equipment were also added. These improvements have greatly enhanced the student-athlete experience, and have made the affected areas work more efficiently on a day-to-day basis.

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The Idaho equipment and locker rooms were given a complete facelift in the summer of 2008. The locker rooms were given new flooring, tiling and other improvements. The equipment room nearly doubled in size, and a brand new washing and drying system was installed to greatly streamline the cleaning process. Also installed was a new “cubby” system of equipment distribution. Each student-athlete is assigned a lockable cabinet where his/her gear is placed after washing, which makes check-in and check-out of equipment a significantly more efficient process.


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University of Idaho

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

Administration

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

“Athletics is the front porch and highly visible dimension of the University.” - Dr. Duane Nellis 17th president University of Idaho

Dr. Duane Nellis M. Duane Nellis is the University of Idaho’s 17th president. He provides robust and engaging leadership for the University of Idaho by supporting its statewide land-grant mission of teaching, research and outreach. He also is guiding the institution to re-envision that mission for the 21st century by focusing on entrepreneurialism, engagement, global connections, sustainability, diversity and interdisciplinary synergies. Prior to and since his inauguration in October 2009, Nellis has engaged the state of Idaho to deepen the land-grant University’s presence and impact. His presidency is defined by that outreach, a characteristic that began when he became president and immediately embarked on a statewide listening tour – meeting more than 1,500 people along a 1,500-mile travel route. He is committed to maintaining and growing connections and relationships with stakeholders and decision-makers. Nellis has served with distinction in various regional and national leadership positions. He is a commissioner for the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and was appointed by Idaho Gov. C.L. ‘Butch’ Otter to serve on the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. He served as president of the Association of American Geographers, one of the largest professional geography organizations in the world. He is also past president of the National Council for Geographic Education; past president of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the International Geographic Honor Society, and he served as one of 10 members of the National Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Research Universities Committee. Nellis is recognized nationally and internationally for his research utilizing satellite data and geographic information systems to analyze various dimensions of the earth’s land surface. He is recognized for his research and teaching through numerous awards, such as receiving national honors from the Association of American Geographers in 2001, the AAG’s John Fraser Hart Award for Excellence in Research, and the Outstanding Contributions Award by the AAG’s Remote Sensing Specialty Group. Prior to his appointment at Idaho, Nellis served as provost and senior vice president of Kansas State University and at West Virginia University as dean of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, WVU’s largest academic college. A native of the Northwest, he met and married his wife, Ruthie, while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in earth sciences at Montana State University. He earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in geography at Oregon State University.

Dr. Rob Spear Rob Spear assumed the lead of the University of Idaho athletic department during a crucial juncture in its storied history. The Vandals were seeking solidification of their conference status and their facilities were in need of modernization. They needed a leader with vision and passion. Spear fit the bill. First was securing a home in the Western Athletic Conference, a league that preserves historic rivalries and offers the benefits of a Division I association. Next was rebuilding the Vandals’ home. He was on hand to oversee the final stages of the construction of the Iverson Speed and Strength Center. Next were the playing surfaces – inside and out. The Vandals now have a SprinTurf practice facility outdoors and RealGrass Pro inside the Kibbie Dome. The football, men’s and women’s basketball, and swimming locker rooms were renovated into modern, stylish facilities for the student-athletes. Last fall, the athletic training and equipment rooms were renovated and state-ofthe-art classrooms and meeting rooms came on line as part of a multi-million dollar facelift for the Kibbie Dome. Last fall, the first phase of a new-look Kibbie Dome debuted when the plywood on the west end wall was replaced with translucent panels. When the Vandals kickoff in 2011, not only will the east wall match the west but there will be a new club area with suites, loge boxes and a clubroom as well as premium seating and a new press box. Facilities are but one area where Spear has moved the department forward. He added to the support services staff to enhance the student-athlete experience. Computer labs and academic support staff are cornerstones of a successful department and the additions and upgrades in those areas are paying dividends. In the fall of 2007, the Idaho Athletics Hall of Fame was established with 100 individuals and five teams being inducted over a two-year period as part of the inaugural class. His involvement isn’t limited to the Idaho campus. He began a second term with the NCAA’s ‘Legislative Council – one of two top-tier governing bodies in the organization. “I am honored and excited to represent the Western Athletic Conference on this governing board,” Spear said at the time of his appointment. “It is a tremendous opportunity to make an impact on future NCAA legislation to ensure we continue to provide the best possible service to the student-athlete.” Spear’s ties with athletics are life-long. He was a standout high school athlete in his native Butte, Mont., before moving on to letter four times at the University of Great Falls. Next was a two-year professional basketball career with the Montana Golden Nuggets, at the time coached by George Karl. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Great Falls in 1980 and his MBA from the University of Montana in 1983. He accepted a position as an internal auditor with the University of Idaho in 1989. While working at Idaho, he also pursued his doctorate in education, which he completed in 1993. Prior to his appointment as director of athletics in 2003, Spear was the interim assistant financial vice president. He also spent time at Idaho as the Assistant Vice President for Outreach in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and in grants contracts. He and his wife, Sandy, have one daughter, Morgan – a junior at Idaho.

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Football

Jeff Beaman

Director of Tennis

Volleyball

Daniel Pollock Women’s Tennis

MAIN NUMBER......................... 208-885-0200 DEPARTMENTAL FAX.......... 208-885-2862

IDAHO VANDALS SPORTS PROPERTIES Morris, Tom.......................................208-882-8382 Ostermann, Josh...............................208-885-8382

KIBBIE DOME Drew, Tyson.......................................208-885-7353

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Women’s Golf

Pete Showler

Women’s Soccer

John Means Men’s Golf

Mark Sowa

Swimming & Diving

Staff Directory

MARKETING Popplewell, Nick...............................208-885-0276 MEDIA RELATIONS Farrin, Spencer..................................208-885-7065 Heidelberger,Nick............................208-885-0211 Paull, Becky........................................208-885-0245 NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE Hunt, Carl...........................................208-885-6932 SPEED AND STRENGTH Scharnhorst, Jake.............................208-885-4988 Barry, Nate..........................................208-885-4988 Herold, Joe..........................................208-885-4988 TICKET OFFICE Wallace, Scott....................................208-885-0733 VIDEO Childers, Matt...................................208-885-4404 FOOTBALL Akey, Robb.........................................208-885-0275 Axman, Steve.....................................208-885-0236 Carr, Luther........................................208-885-0228 Christoff, Rob....................................208-885-0232 Criner, Mark......................................208-885-0234 Ena, Eti.................................................208-885-0250 Finn, Dan.............................................208-885-0231 Libey, Patrick.....................................208-885-4690 Smith, Jonathan................................208-885-0237 Thielbahr, Jeremy.............................208-885-0233 Vaught, Mark.....................................208-885-0103 MEN’S GOLF Means, John.......................................208-885-5244 WOMEN’S GOLF Johnson, Lisa......................................208-885-5244

Jon Newlee

Women’s Basketball

Don Verlin

Men’s Basketball

MEN’S BASKETBALL Verlin, Don.........................................208-885-0275 Freeman, Mike..................................208-885-0275 Helbling, Chris..................................208-885-0275 Lopes, Ray...........................................208-885-0275 Murphy, Tim......................................208-885-0275 SOCCER Showler, Pete......................................208-885-5047 O’Brien, Ashley.................................208-885-9438 Williams, Grant................................208-885-9438 SWIMMING AND DIVING Sowa, Mark........................................208-885-0265 Jahn, Ashley........................................208-885-4970 Oates, Chelsea...................................208-885-4970 TENNIS Beaman, Jeff.......................................208-885-0247 Pollock, Daniel..................................208-885-0247 TRACK AND FIELD Phipps, Wayne..................................208-885-0210 Graham, Jason...................................208-885-5101 Taylor, Julie.........................................208-885-5105 Whyte, Angela..................................208-885-0210 VOLLEYBALL Buchanan, Debbie............................208-885-0238 Moritz, Moritz..................................208-885-0263 Whitaker, Steve.................................208-885-0246 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Newlee, Jon........................................208-885-0227 Green, Jordan....................................208-885-0239 Sanford, Christa................................208-885-4696 Zeller, Kristi........................................208-885-0203

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ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES Sanford,Tom.......................................208-885-0297 Tuiaea-Ruud, Ana............................208-885-0297 ADMINISTRATION Kleffner, Matt....................................208-885-0214 Spear, Rob...........................................208-885-0243 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS Henderson, Margaret.....................208-885-0224 Howard, Donna................................208-885-0243 McLam, Shelley................................208-885-0275 Sayler, Margaret................................208-885-2692 ATHLETIC TRAINING Bertman, Max...................................208-885-0225 Shifflett, Megan................................208-885-0256 Steele, Barrie......................................208-885-0212 COMPLIANCE Wallace, John.....................................208-885-0219 DEVELOPMENT Mooney, Tim.....................................208-885-0258 Robson, Shelly...................................208-651-7992 Reynolds, Nat....................................208-334-2087 Wang, Jeremy....................................208-885-0259 EQUIPMENT SERVICES Garnett, Damien..............................208-885-9260

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Wayne Phipps

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Debbie Buchanan

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University of Idaho State of Idaho Idaho was settled during the gold rush of the 1800s. Veins of silver and gold were found in the mountains of central Idaho and it wasn’t long before thousands of pioneers had settled all over the territory in an attempt to get rich. As the pioneers mined for gold, they happened upon a pleasant surprise. In addition to the silver and gold, Idaho was abundant in gems such as topaz and jade. Hence Idaho’s nickname: the Gem State. Idaho is one of the most scenic states in the nation. It holds claim to numerous world-famous sites. Here are just a few of the many wonders Idaho offers.

• Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in the U.S. – 8,000 feet deep at some points. • Shoshone Falls (36 feet taller than Niagara falls) • Soda Springs (largest man-made geyser) • The Sawtooth Mountains in central Idaho • The world famous Lava Hot Springs • The “Craters of the Moon” in south-central Idaho • Sun Valley Resort, where the movie stars play • Coeur d’Alene, playground of the Pacific Northwest • Bruneau Dunes, the largest sand dunes in North America Geographically, Idaho is one of the most diverse in the country. From the rolling deserts of southern Idaho and the forested mountains of central Idaho to the rolling plains of the Palouse, this state has it all. If you’re into river rafting, Idaho has the Salmon River, nicknamed “The River of No Return.” If you like water sports, Idaho has more than 2,000 lakes with names, and many more without. One of the most famous is Pend Oreille, which is more than 1,100 feet deep in some parts. The Navy has tested some of its submarines at Lake Pend Oreille. Idaho is an outdoorsman’s dream come true. The state offers thousands of miles of trails for backpackers. Hunting and fishing locales are abundant all over the state. Idaho is home to part of the famous Lewis and Clark Trail. You can learn first-hand how the expedition was saved from certain starvation by the Nez Pierce Indian tribe. Idaho is the 13th largest state in the nation, but is sparsely populated with 1.3 million residents. The benefit of this is low crime rates and a healthy lifestyle. Last but certainly not least, Idaho indeed does have great potatoes. In 1937, the Idaho Potato Commission was formed. The state-run agency’s responsibilities include researching and expanding the Idaho potato market.

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MOSCOW IS:

• One of the top 100 Small Arts Towns • Host of the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival • Largest of the 27 Moscows in the United States • A U.S. Small Arts Center • A “Gem Community”

MOSCOW MISCELLANEOUS Located in Latah County Settled in 1871 Elevation: 2,583 feet Land area: 6.2 square miles Nearest city with population of 100,000: Spokane, Wash. (84 miles) Nearest city with population of 1 million: Seattle, Wash. (298 miles)

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Moscow is the perfect example of the old adage: Don’t judge a book by its cover. Small though it may be, Moscow has plenty to offer. More than 130 years after it was settled, Moscow is a small yet vibrant community with a penchant for the arts and the University of Idaho. Every year people come from around the world to take part in events such as the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival or the Renaissance Fair. So much so, the city was named one of the top 100 small art towns in America. The city’s 22,000 residents are a bright and diverse group of people. The city offers many of the advantages of a big city while retaining its small town friendliness. Crime in Moscow is almost non-existent. For entertainment, choices abound whether they be indoor or out. Outdoor lovers might believe they’ve landed in paradise. Since Moscow is nestled between the rolling hills of the Palouse on one side and Moscow Mountain on the other, opportunities abound for outdoor entertainment. Camping, skiing, snowmobiling, hunting and fishing locales can all be found within a few short miles from town. If you’re the sort who prefers more urban forms of entertainment Moscow offers a broad assortment of activities typical of a small town influenced largely by its resident university. Add to those, a variety of theatrical presentations and concerts on the Idaho campus, and just about every choice of entertainment can be found. At 2,500 feet above sea level, Moscow has a mild climate despite it being located in the northern United States. Temperatures rarely drop below 24 degrees during the winter and the summer months won’t get much hotter than 87 degrees for a pleasant year-round climate.


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•Idaho provides enhanced executive education offerings, from the Legislative Energy Horizon Institute to the new Professional Science Master’s degree.

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•The University of Idaho offers the first-in-the-nation doctorate degree in athletic training.

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•The University of Idaho continues to have a record number of National Merit Scholars – only second amongst public institutions of higher education in the Northwest and more than all other Idaho institutions combined.

•Idaho is consistently recognized among the “top national, doctoralgranting universities” in the country by U.S. News & World Report. •The University was named by the Corporation for National and Community Service to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts—more than 3,800 students volunteered more than 150,000 hours to community and service-learning. This is the fifth consecutive year Idaho has earned this highest federal recognition for its commitment to service-learning and civic engagement.

•Idaho received nearly $100 million in research funding each year since 2003, and recently received a $10-million grant from the National Institutes of Health. •The University of Idaho was recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the “373 Best Colleges” in America in its 2011 edition. The Princeton Review also ranks U-Idaho as one of the nation’s top 286 environmentally responsible colleges. •Idaho attracts some of the best and brightest: the average GPA of high school students entering the University of Idaho in the fall 2010 was 3.43. •Idaho offers the only law program in Idaho, and one of the best in the West. •Idaho’s library is the largest in the state, with more than two million holdings. •Idaho’s outreach learning and research centers extend to Idaho’s 44 counties. •Idaho students participate in more than 200 student organizations – including 20 minority student groups and international student groups. •Idaho competes at the Division I level of intercollegiate athletics, and is a proud member of the Western Athletic Conference. •Idaho is ranked in the top 30 in the nation as “a great university to hit the books and backcountry” by Outside magazine.

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•Our students ... come from every state and 77 countries. We’re a top choice for top students – the freshmen class average GPA is 3.43. •Our faculty ... are at the forefront of research and they lecture at prominent organizations around the world. They are accomplished teachers who educate, inspire and guide you.

•Our campus life ... offers you more than 200 student organizations, more than 20 minority student groups, weekly activities and events, the renowned Lionel Hampton International Jazz Fest, Moscow’s active art scene, and the natural beauty that surrounds campus. You’ll always have plenty of fun things to do. •Our athletic teams ... are proud members of the Western Athletic Conference. Our Vandals compete in 16 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I sports. If you like to play as well as you like to cheer for your team, there are nearly three dozen intramural programs and club sports in which to participate.

Enrollment by campus: University of Idaho - Moscow: 11,180 Undergraduate and Nondegree: 9,330 Graduate and Professional: 1,850

University of Idaho - Coeur d’Alene: 513 Undergraduate and Nondegree: 320 Graduate and Professional: 193

University of Idaho - Boise: 393

Undergraduate and Nondegree: 121 Graduate and Professional: 272

University of Idaho - Idaho Falls: 326 Undergraduate and Nondegree: 198 Graduate and Professional: 128

University of Idaho - Twin Falls: 45 Undergraduate and Nondegree: 29 Graduate and Professional: 16

Enrollment by college:

Enrollment by ethnicity:

American Indian or Alaska Native: 111 Asian or Pacific Islander: 199 Black/African American: 139 Caucasian: 9,908 Hispanic: 760 International: 489 Other: 696

Student demographics:

489 international students 54.3 percent male 45.7 percent female Students from: 44 Idaho counties 50 states 73 countries

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Agricultural and Life Sciences: 1,250 Art and Architecture: 843 Business and Economics: 1,270 Education: 1,763 Engineering: 1,764 Graduate Studies: 115 Law: 349 Letters, Arts and Social Sciences: 3,420 Natural Resources: 737 Science: 1,016 WWAMI: 20

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•Our facilities ... create a dynamic and engaging learning environment. Facilities include the stunning Student Recreation Center, Kibbie Dome, Idaho Commons, Student Union and Prichard Art Gallery.

Demographics

Total Enrollment: 12,302

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The University of Idaho is leading the West by providing you access to exceptional learning opportunities, world-class facilities and an unparalleled residential community. Our campus in Moscow, Idaho, provides daily opportunities to share in our community and culture. Whether it’s through athletics, student government, research or other activities, at the University of Idaho you have the opportunity to make more out of your college experience than you ever thought possible. Here are some of the key ingredients to our distinctive campus community and culture:


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A Legacy of Leading

• Idaho leads regional team of researchers to better understand and plan for a changing climate in the Pacific Northwest, thanks to a $20 million grant from the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. • The University of Idaho was selected by NASA as one of nine organizations – under the University’s Idaho Space Grant Consortium – to host NASA’s 2011 Summer of Innovation Projects. • Idaho leads a network of nine Idaho colleges and Universities in the largest bio-medical research project in Idaho’s history. The Idea Network of Biomedical and Research Excellence – INBRE – creates new, stateof-the-art research facilities, providing greater research opportunities for faculty and students at every college and university in the state, and increasing Idaho’s competitiveness for federal biomedical research funding. • The University of Idaho initiated an annual University Innovation Awards ceremony for our top faculty, students and alumni who have moved technologies from their research labs into the marketplace via licenses or U.S. patents. • High-yield innovation and research enabled U-Idaho researchers to hold 22 disclosures of discovery and submit 10 patent applications, while another 10 were approved. • Idaho is ranked by Washington Monthly magazine’s College Guide as 68th in the nation among institutions that are America’s best in social mobility, research and service.

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• Sarah Heath Palin ’87 is the first woman to serve as Alaska’s governor. Palin was a candidate for vice president of the United States in the 2008 election. She earned a journalism degree from Idaho, and worked in media and the utilities industry before beginning her public service. • Idaho Extension reaches out to more than 12,000 Idaho youth through the Junior Master Gardener program. The science-based gardening curriculum aims to ignite a passion for learning. • The Operation Education Scholarship program is the first of its kind in the nation. The scholarship is available to veterans severely and permanently wounded as a result of service since Sept. 11, 2001. The spouses of wounded veterans also are eligible for the scholarship.

• Idaho ranks second in the Northwest for enrolling new National Merit Scholars. Fall 2008 enrollment included 26 new National Merit Finalist Scholars in the freshman class. There are now 67 National Merit Scholars enrolled at Idaho. • Outside magazine listed UI 29th on its list of Top 40 colleges offering the best in outdoor adventure. The magazine rated UI’s Outdoor Program and the Student Recreation Center’s climbing wall as outstanding.

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• The three mule clones born at Idaho are now five years old. Two of the mules, Idaho Gem and Idaho Star, are competing on the mule-racing circuit.

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• The University of Idaho’s Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President George W. Bush. It is the highest national honor an individual or arts organization can receive. The University of Idaho is the first public university to be named a recipient of the award since it was created by Congress in 1984.

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• John Clayton, artistic director of the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival at the University of Idaho, is a 2008 Grammy Award winner. Clayton was given the award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for his work as arranger on the song “I’m Gonna Live Till I Die” from Queen Latifah’s “Trav’lin’ Light” recording.


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University of Idaho A Brief History

The University of Idaho opened its doors on Oct. 3, 1892, when it welcomed about 40 students and one professor, John Edwin Ostrander. On June 11, 1896, the university graduated its first class when four students marched across a stage to receive their diplomas. Two years later, the university awarded its first graduate degree. By 1899, a growing body of University of Idaho alumni formed the Idaho Alumni Association. Alumni numbers weren’t all that grew in those early days. Over the next few years, the University of Idaho established its College of Agriculture, dedicated Ridenbaugh Hall and established the Pacific Northwest’s first Department of Domestic Science (later to be called Home Economics). The Administration Building fire in 1906 was a turning point in the university’s history. John Tourtellotte, a Boise architect who had designed the state’s capitol, designed a new Tudor Gothic structure to symbolize the university’s growth and maturity as a major institution of higher education. The Administration Building remains the centerpiece of campus. The hiring in 1908 of the nation’s premier landscape architects, Olmsted Brothers of Massachusetts whose firm’s founding father designed New York’s Central Park, led to the small-town New England look of the campus. President Theodore Roosevelt was the first U.S. president to visit the campus in 1911. He planted the first tree in Presidential Grove. Through the next 50 years, the campus continued to grow in size and academic offerings. Among the additions were Forney Hall, the School of Education, Science Hall, Hays Hall, the Music Building, the Library, the Student Union and outreach campus locations. In 1976 the new ASUI-Kibbie Dome won a national engineering structural achievement award. Its sound structure has withstood roaring cheers of Vandal fans (as well as the groans and wailings of rival teams) ever since. Today, the university is home to nearly 12,000 students and nearly 1,300 faculty and staff. It continues to be a leading place of learning in Idaho and the West, because although it is ever-responsive to the changing needs of its students and society, it never forgets its roots and traditions. Perhaps no better example of this distinct combination of rich history and innovative service is the Associated Students of the University of Idaho (ASUI). Today as vibrant as ever, ASUI has been a force on campus for more than 100 years.

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• Campus Recreation Main Office • Two Full-Size Gymnasiums

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With more than 10,000 square feet, the building features:

• Multi-Activity Court (MAC) • Two Fitness Activity Studios • Indoor Running Track (9 laps = 1 mile) • Locker Rooms with Saunas • Weight Training and Cardio Fitness Areas • Circuit Training Mezzanine • Classroom • Climbing Center Featuring 55’ Climbing Pinnacle • Outdoor Program and Rental Center

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• Fitness, Health & Safety Classes


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University of Idaho Pete’s Alternative English Soccer (Futbol) Vocabulary Guide

Pete’s Terminology

American Terminology

‘Boots’ Cleats ‘Pitch’ Field ‘Kit’ Uniform ‘Match’ Game ‘Fixture List’ Schedule ‘Shinnies’ Shin-guards ‘Squeeze on’ / ‘Squeeze up’ Push up the field quickly, closing down the opposition ‘Get at ‘em’ / ‘Get after ‘em’ Close down the opposition players as soon as possible ‘Spread it early’ Get the ball wide to the outside players as soon as possible ‘Strike it’ / ’Have a go’ Have a shot at goal ‘Send it’ / ‘Shift it’ Play the ball forward as quickly as possible (ie: with a long pass) ‘Bang it in’ Hit the ball into the opposition’s 18-yard area ‘Time’ You have time to control and settle the ball ‘Let the dog see the rabbit’ Run as fast as you can with a quick change of pace, with or without the ball (Reference is to greyhound racing and the dog coming out of the traps after the rabbit) ‘In front’ Try to get your body in front of your opponent before or as the ball arrives ‘Stick a heed on it’ Head the ball/win the ball in the air ‘Up and down like a fiddler’s elbow’ Player gets up and down the sideline very quickly and often ‘Keep it’ Keep possession of the ball, don’t just kick it away ‘Push ‘em wide’ / ‘Force ‘em wide Try to force your opponent wide with the ball, allowing more time for other teammates to get back to defend ‘Knock a diagonal’ Pass the ball diagonally across the field (usually a long, forward pass) ‘Hold it’ Keep possession of the ball until you have support from a teammate ‘Get on yer bike’ Run as quickly as you can, with or without the ball/Go at the defender 1v1 ‘Give it some welly’ Kick the ball as hard as you can up the field ‘Different gravy’ Special talents shown ‘Put it in the mixer’ Play the ball into the opposition 18-yard box (with many players in there!) ‘Bob’s your uncle’ Everything is OK/There we have it! ‘Hit the corners’ Play the ball to the corners of the opposition’s half of the field (toward the corner flag), allowing time for your teammates to recover their positions/shape ‘Gaffa’ Boss/Head Coach ‘Clear your lines’ Get the ball out of your defensive area as quickly as possible ‘Wey aye’ But of course! ‘Lovely Jubbly’ Fantastic/Everything is great! ‘Different class’ / ‘Top banana’ Showing tremendous skills/attributes ‘Ha’way the lasses’ Come on, let’s get going girls ‘She’s single-minded’ She’s very focused ‘Ta’ Thanks Peter Pete

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Soccer Term

Explanation

Offside:

Ball

OFFSIDE

Attacker in onside position

Ball

Attacker in offside position Second-to-last defender

Second-to-last defender

Shot on Goal:

A shot that is “on target.” A shot that, if untouched, would go into the goal. If a shot hits a crossbar or goalpost without being deflected by the goalkeeper or a defender and does not score, it is not considered a shot on goal. A shot on goal must result in either a save by the goalkeeper or a goal by the attacking team.

Save:

A save is officially awarded only when a goalkeeper or defender stops or deflects a shot on goal. To receive credit for a save, the goalkeeper must have stopped a shot that otherwise would have gone into the goal. A goalkeeper who stops an off-target shot or a cross is not credited with a save.

Cross:

Also called a “crossing pass,” a cross is a kick from a wide position on the field into the penalty area in front of the goal with the intent of setting up scoring opportunity for a teammate.

Assist:

A player is credited with an assist when she makes a pass that directly results in a goal. Each scoring play can result a maximum of two assists or none at all. A player is credited with an assist if she makes a pass to a teammate, who then scores a goal without losing possession or having to elude a defender. If a player takes a shot and misses, she can be awarded an assist if a teammate scores off the rebound, but only if the defense doesn’t gain possession before she shoots.

Direct Free Kick:

A direct free kick that is awarded at the spot of an infraction for a physical contact foul such as tripping, holding, pushing, tackling from behind and jumping into an opponent. It is also awarded after a hand ball infraction. A direct free kick can be scored by going directly into the goal and does not have to be touched by anyone other than the player kicking the ball.

Indirect Free Kick:

An indirect free kick is awarded at the spot of less serious, non-contact infractions like obstruction, as well as offside infractions. Indirect kicks must touch another player, offense or defense, before the ball goes into the net in order to be credited with a score.

Corner Kick:

A direct free kick that results from the defending team putting the ball out of bounds on the end line. The attacking team gets to kick the ball from the area around the corner flag and may score directly from the corner.

Yellow Card:

A player is shown a yellow card as a disciplinary action for minor offenses, such as unsporting behavior, delaying the game, persistently committing fouls, or deliberately leaving or entering the field without the referee’s permission. A second yellow card results in a red card, and the resulting ejection, for the player.

Red Card:

A player is shown a red card as a major disciplinary action. Actions that result in a red card include serious foul play, violent conduct, spitting at a player, being given two yellow cards or deliberately handing a ball or intentionally fouling another player to prevent a goal or goal-scoring opportunity. The player given the red card must immediately leave the playing area and may not be replaced by a substitute, leaving her team short-handed for the remainder of the match.

Substitutions:

In order to complete a substitution, a team must inform the referee in advance and must wait until a stoppage of play, like an out-of-bounds. A player who leaves the field during the first half may not re-enter the game until after halftime. A player who leaves in the second half is allowed one re-entry. Players subbed out in the two overtime periods are not allotted a re-entry. An injury forcing a player to leave the field does not count against her re-entry count. In the final five minutes of a match that is not tied, the clock will stop when the leading team makes a substitution, but not if the trailing team or both teams simultaneously make a substitution.

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An attempt that is taken with the intent of scoring a goal and is directed toward the goal.

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ONSIDE

A difficult rule to understand, offsides results when a player moves into a position where she is closer to the opponent’s goal than both the ball and the second-to-last opponent. Offside only becomes an infraction if the player’s team possesses the ball and she gains an advantage by being in that position. The charts below illustrate the penalty.


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University of Idaho Radio/TV Roster

#00 GK FR

#1 GK JR

#2 MF FR

#3 D FR

#4 GK SR

#5 D

JR

#6 MF SO

#7 D

SR

#8 F

FR

#9 MF JR

#10 D SO

#11 D SO

#12 MF JR

#13 MF FR

#14 F

JR

#15 F

JR

#16 MF SO

#17 F

#18 D

#19 MF SO

#20 MF JR

#22 D

#24 MF JR

Marissa Fehrman

Alison Page

Chelsea Small

Caroline Towles

Morgan Porter

Morgan Sullivan

#21 D SO

Nitalia Zuniga

Lilly Archer

Amber Pimley

Breanna Wilson

JR

Lauren Layton

Head Coach

Pete Showler

(Seventh Season)

Emily Ngan

Chelsie Breen

FR

Katie Baran

Erica Hart

Liz Boyden

Cassandra San

Mary Condon

JR

Jill Flockhart

Christine Leathem

#25 F SO

Bailey Hewitt

Christina Boddie

#27 F

Volunteer Assistant

Volunteer Assistant

(First Season)

(First Season)

(Second Season)

Ashley O’Brien

Annie Millard

Megan Lopez

FR

Nikki Adams

Assistant Coach

Grant Williams

Kristi Atkinson

Jenny Springer

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