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Located f Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Enrollment f 11,510

Class Size f Small classes with 98 percent of courses having fewer than 50 students

Academic Programs f More than 200 areas of study including business, education, nursing, agriculture, science and technology, visual and performing arts

Athletics f 15 NCAA Division I Teams


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Intro to Redhawk Soccer Media Information..................................2-3 Houck Stadium.......................................4-5 Sports Medicine......................................... 6 Strength & Conditioning........................... 7 Success Center.........................................8-9 Community Service.................................. 10 Redhawks and Nike.................................. 11 President Kenneth W. Dobbins...........12-13 Director of Athletics Mark Alnutt......14-15 Mission Statement................................... 16 Season Preview Section Season Outlook...................................18-19 Roster....................................................... 20 TV/Radio Roster...................................... 21 Roster Breakdown.................................... 22 Coaching Staff Section Head Coach Heather Nelson..............24-25 Associate Head Coach Paul Nelson......... 26 Assistant Coach Lindsey Pickering.......... 27 Southeast Soccer by the Numbers............ 28 Southeast Athletics Staff.......................... 29 40 Years of Title IX.................................. 30

Year in Review Section 2011 Final Stats...................................56-57 2011 Box Scores..................................58-60 Opponents Section 2012 Opponents..................................62-66 Records & History Section Honors & Awards...............................68-69 Single Season Records.............................. 70 Career Records......................................... 71 Team Records........................................... 72 All-Time Results.................................73-75 All-Time vs. Opponents Records............. 76 2012 Opponent Series History............77-78 OVC/NCAA Tournament History............ 79 All-Time Letterwinners............................. 80

Table of Contents

Credits The 2012 Southeast Missouri Soccer Guide was written, edited and designed by Assistant Sports Information Director Chad Twaro. Cover design and additional graphics assistance provided by Tonya Wells and Krista Mayfield. Photography by Marcus Painton, Marc Mahnke, Keith Hente, Pat Patterson, Fred Lynch and Bill Barrett. Special thanks to opposing sports information directors for contributing information and images for the opponents section of this guide.

This is the OVC About the OVC...................................82-86 OVC Map................................................ 87 2011 OVC Stats..................................88-90 This is Southeast Section University Guide.................................92-98

Player Profiles Section Returnees.............................................32-46 Returnee Statistics...............................47-51 Newcomers..........................................52-54

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Media Information

Credentials Credentials are required for entrance to the press box or access to the field (for photographers). To request season or single-game credentials, please contact the Southeast Missouri Sports Information Office by phone at (573) 651-2933 or e-mail at ctwaro@semo.edu. Credentials can be picked up at the ticket booth on the south side of Houck Stadium. Photographers Please observe NCAA regulations and shoot from the designated areas. Photographers are not permitted to stand between the 25-yardlines and must display their credentials at all times. Gameday Parking There is no media parking at Houck Stadium. Radio and television affiliates should contact the Southeast Missouri Sports Information Office for unloading information. Postgame Procedure The Southeast Missouri sports information staff will make requested studentathletes available to the media at the conclusion of each game. Coach Samuel’s first postgame responsibility after meeting with the team is his live radio show. Samuel and selected student-athletes will address the media in the Houck Field House conference room. For interviews with

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opposing coaches and players, please make arrangements with the visiting sports information director before the end of the game. Soccer E-Mail List If you would like to be added to the Redhawk soccer e-mail list to receive breaking news about the team, please e-mail Chad Twaro. The official website, GoSoutheast.com, is the best source for up-to-date information about the team. Interviews During the Week Practice is generally open to the public and student-athletes are available during the week from Monday to Wednesday. Please let the sports information office know if you plan to attend practice. Houck Stadium Press Box Press facilities are in the Houck Stadium Press Box located on the top of the south side of the stadium. The press box is a twolevel facility, so please use caution when walking up and down the stairs. KFVS WebCast KFVS12 will provide live webcasting for select Southeast Missouri’s home soccer matches this season. Fans can watch all webcasts free of charge online at KFVS12.com.

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Media Information Southeast Missouri Sports Information

Follow the Redhawks on the World Wide Web

One University Plaza MS 0200 Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 Phone: (573) 651-2294 | Fax: (573) 651-2810 Press Box: (573) 651-2191 Website: GoSoutheast.com

Jeff Honza Director

Chad Twaro Assistant Director

Nick Seeman Assistant

2012-13 Sport Assignments Jeff Honza, Director Football, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis Office: (573) 651-2933 Cell: (618) 528-1145 E-Mail: jhonza@semo.edu Chad Twaro, Assistant Director Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Gymnastics, Outdoor Track & Field Office: (573) 651-2937 Cell: (573) 979-4307 E-Mail: ctwaro@semo.edu Nick Seeman, Assistant Volleyball, Indoor Track & Field, Baseball Office: (573) 651-2294 Cell: (612) 741-0550 E-Mail: nseeman@semo.edu Sean Stevenson, Student Assistant Cross Country, Softball Office: (573) 651-2294 E-Mail: spstevenson1s@semo.edu

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Houck Stadium

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hen soccer was first introduced at Southeast, the team played its home matches at the Intramural Fields on the north end of campus with hopes of eventually moving to Houck Stadium. On Oct. 10, 1999, Southeast hosted its first home soccer game at Houck Stadium vs. Tennessee Tech. The match marked the beginning of a successful history at the current home of the Redhawks. Southeast has experienced great success in more than 11 seasons at Houck Stadium, posting a 50-15-4 record there. The stadium also played host to Southeast’s shootout victory over Samford in 2007, which secured the Redhawks second-straight OVC Tournament crown and NCAA Women’s Soccer Cup berth. Houck Stadium has also served as host to the 2001, 2002, 2007 and 2011 OVC Women’s Soccer Championships. Houck Stadium underwent a huge makeover, as a new Field Turf playing surface, state-of-the-art Daktronics video scoreboard and new lighting were installed prior to the 2011 season. The facility was also re-painted, giving the home to Redhawk Football a dazzling look. The facility was built in 1930 at a cost of $150,000 and it remains a beautiful and picturesque stadium today.

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Houck Stadium was constructed on the site of an old rock quarry and was purchased in 1925 for $11,000 at the recommendation of then-college President Joseph A. Serena. Ten thousand bags of Portland Cement, 23,000 feet of Oregon Fir seat lumber and 150,000 feet of Yellow Pine Form lumber were used in the construction, according to an ad in the Houck Stadium dedication program. The original stadium included 5,240 seats on the south side of the field.

The field and stadium were named in honor of Louis Houck, who served 39 years as a Regent for the University and President of the Board for all but three of those years. Seating on the north side of the stadium was added prior to the 1963 season. The press box was later constructed on the south side in 1979. Approximately 400 chairback seats were added to a center section on the south side of the stadium in 1992.

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Houck Stadium In 2000, the initial Field Turf playing field was added and the exterior of the facility was resurfaced. Improvements were also made to the press box. More upgrades took place in the fall of 2005. Those included a paved parking area adjacent to the east end zone and new parking and landscaping areas surrounding the outside of the stadium. A state-of-the-art dormitory was added to the west end of Houck Stadium within the last three years. The ground floor of that building houses a locker room and athletic training room which the football program uses on gamedays.

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Sports Medicine

revention. Treatment. Rehabilitation. Education. Those are the four primary phases of athletic training, and the Southeast Missouri athletic training staff strives to fulfill all of those areas when working with student-athletes on a daily basis. Southeast student-athletes are offered the best care possible by the athletic training staff. Head Athletic Trainer Alfred Castillo directs the Sports Medicine department which includes four full-time athletic trainers, six graduate assistants and several student assistants. The staff serves student-athletes around-the-clock at numerous facilities on campus. The athletic trainers begin treatments and rehabilitation starting as early as 6 a.m., and are available until the last student-athlete is through. There are currently four athletic training facilities on campus. The staff treats out of the Rosengarten Athletic Complex, where the primary training room is located. There are two other satellite athletic training rooms, including one at Houck Field House and one at the Show Me Center. The Southeast athletic training rooms are equipped with stationary bikes, hand weights, therapeutic modalities and the latest physical therapy equipment. Each component is strategically designed to not

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only give the student-athlete the best care, but also to aid in returning to competition as quickly as possible. Southeast Athletic Training has strong working relationships with local physicians and two hospitals in Cape Girardeau. It is from these hospitals that the Athletic Training department is assisted by four orthopedic physicians. The Southeast Athletic Training program prides and commits itself to provid-

ing the best comprehensive, personalized and efficient healthcare to its student-athletes. Delivery of healthcare focuses on the prevention and management of athleticrelated injuries or illnesses, while adhering to the National Athletic Trainers’ Board of Certification Standards of Professional Practice. Our high quality of athletic healthcare is provided in combination with the education of athletic training students.

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outheast Missouri’s Strength and Conditioning program is committed to developing the total studentathlete through their experiences within a competitive training environment. This will be accomplished by focusing on reducing the risk of injury and maximizing athletic potential through individual evaluation and program design. Training Principles for Southeast Athletes:

run and how high they can jump. 2. Three-Dimensional Movements • Athletes must be able to stabalize themselves in all planes of movement. A fancy way of saying we use free weights (barbells/ dumbbells vs. machines). 3. Multi-Joint Movements • Very rarely in sport do athletes

isolate one single joint at a time. Athletes can train more muscle mass at the same time. The Southeast Missouri Strength and Conditioning program is under the direction of Ryan Johnson. Redhawk student-athletes use various training facilities located inside the Student Recreation Center South.

1. Reduce the risk of injuries • If a student-athlete is injured, he/she will not be able to compete at practice or games. 2. Maximize athletic ability • We challenge each athlete, both physically and mentally, in order to achieve optimal results. Exercises for Southeast Athletes are based on the following Principles: 1. Ground Based Movements • Athletes compete with their feet on the ground, and therefore, should train that way. The ability to produce force against the ground determines how fast athletes can

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Success Center

he Redhawk Success Center offers Southeast Missouri student-athletes a place to study and develop as students and campus leaders. It is located in the Student Recreation Center, just south of Houck Stadium. The Redhawk Success Center offers a computer lab with 18 work terminals, study areas and rooms for group meetings. The area is under the guidance of Associate Director of Athletics Brady Barke, with assistance from Director of Academic Services Sharon Burgard, Assistant Natalie Williams and Graduate Assistants Emily Matthews and Kelly Benacka. The beautiful facility has enhanced the outstanding work in the classroom already enjoyed by Southeast student-athletes. Last year, a school record 62.2 percent of Southeast’s student-athletes achieved a 3.0 or better grade point average. Eleven of the Redhawks 15 intercollegiate athletic teams recorded a team GPA over 3.0. The gymnastics team posted the best overall mark with a 3.82. In all, 19 student-athletes recorded a perfect 4.0 GPA. Tutors are available for all student-athletes as needed. In addition, both attendance and academic progress is monitored through regular checks with faculty. A special course is required for all first time student-athletes at Southeast. The

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course, which offers three credit hours, is part of a comprehensive program developed to address study skills and life skills topics, and thus, enhance retention and academic success for student-athletes. Entering student-athletes are evaluated for academic preparedness and assigned to appropriate categories. Student-athletes can also receive individualized academic programs which include meeting with a mentor bi-weekly to discuss academic

progress. The Success Center staff works to get athletes involved in campus and community projects, as well. This is done to provide a support structure and greater opportunity for academic success. Through the NCAA’s CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, the Success Center gives student-athletes personal and professional skills in order to facilitate successful and productive futures.

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Success Center Recent Academic Highlights 8 A school record 62.2 percent of

Southeast Missouri student-athletes achieved a 3.0 or higher grade point average during the 2011-12 academic year. Nineteen student- athletes had a perfect 4.0.

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intercollegiate athletic teams recorded a team GPA over 3.0. The Redhawk gymnastics team had the best overall mark with a 3.82 GPA.

8 The Redhawk men’s cross country

and women’s gymnastics teams received NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate Public Recognition Awards. Both programs registered scores of 1,000 for the 2010-11 academic year.

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of Athletics earned a number of quality rankings in the NCAA’s last Academic Progress Rate (APR) report. The Redhawk men’s cross country, gymnastics, baseball, volleyball, women’s tennis and softball teams exceeded the national average in the multi-year APR.

8 Thirty-Eight student-athletes were

part of the largest graduating class in the history of Southeast Missouri State University last spring. A total of 1,322 students -- 1,052 undergraduates and 270 graduate students -- received degrees.

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named the 2011 Academic National Champion by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/ Women. The achievement marked the third time in four years that the team has garnered the coveted honor. The Redhawks team grade point average was an impressive 3.91 during the 2010-11 academic year. It tied the highest GPA for a team in the history of the award.

8 Three Redhawk student-athletes

earned Academic All-District honors during the 2011-12 season. Volleyball’s Paige Dossey also garnered Third-Team Capital One Academic All-American accolades. In addition, the men’s and women’s cross country teams each finished among the top-10 teams in the country in grade point average.

Twenty two Southeast Missouri soccer players earned Southeast Scholar-Athlete awards for maintaining a grade-point average of 3.0 or better in 2011-12.

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tudent-athletes and coaches at Southeast Missouri are dedicated to giving back to the community that so generously supports them. Redhawk soccer student-athletes have opportunities to participate in a variety of community service activities each year. Community involvement helps provide a support structure and greater opportunity for academic success. We are proud of the level of commitment shown by our student-athletes and always encourage them to participate in community service projects here at Southeast.

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Redhawks and Nike

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he Southeast Missouri Department of Athletics entered into a five-year agreement with Nike on Oct. 6, 2010 -- the leading brand in collegiate athletics -- to be the official uniform, apparel and footwear provider for the Redhawks 15 sport programs. Included in the deal are new home and away uniforms. The Redhawks wear the same model uniforms worn by Ohio State, Florida, Missouri and other Bowl Championship (BCS) Nike programs. Southeast donned its new uniforms for the first time in 2010. The Beaverton, Ore. based company provides uniforms, practice and training gear, headwear and footwear for all Redhawk sports. This agreement provides a mid-six figure savings for the Southeast Department of Athletics over five academic years. LIDS Team Sports administers the agreement. “LIDS Team Sports is thrilled to have the opportunity to share its vision of quality, competitive pricing and unmatched customer service to Southeast Missouri State University through this agreement,” said Paul Brunelle, Director of LIDS Team Sports Impact U. “We value this relationship and are honored to be partnered with the Redhawks.” NIKE, Inc., based near Beaverton, Ore.,

is the world’s leading designer, marketer and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities. Since 1999, Nike has owned the top spot in the Collegiate Licensing Company’s (CLC) collegiate apparel and royalties rankings. The high-quality performance product provided by Nike gives Redhawk teams a competitive advantage.

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President Kenneth W. Dobbins

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r. Kenneth W. Dobbins became the seventeenth president of Southeast Missouri State University on July 1, 1999 after serving as the University’s Vice President of Finance and Administration from 1991 to 1993, and Executive Vice President from 1993 until his appointment as president. He previously held several positions in higher education administration at Kent State University in Ohio. During his tenure at Southeast, academic programs have been enhanced including the establishment of the College of Science, Technology, and Agriculture and the Earl and Margie Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts which opened in Fall 2007 on the new River Campus. A comprehensive review of all academic and non-academic programs has been accomplished to maintain quality and minimize student fee increases in the face of significant state appropriation reductions. Southeast continues to be recognized nationally for many of its outstanding accredited academic programs. For the eighth year in a row, Princeton Review recognized the Master of Business Administration program on its list of “Best Business Schools.” GetEducated.com listed Southeast #1 on the list of “Top 10 Ranked Best Values Online MBAs-AACSB-Accredited”; Southeast is recognized in the top tier of the Midwest best regional universities in U.S. News Best Colleges for 2012; and Southeast was again named among the “Best in the Midwest” by Princeton Review. Additionally, StateUniversity.com ranked Southeast the safest public college campus in Missouri,

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Militaryfriendlyschools.com lists Southeast among the top schools that embrace veterans as students, and recent freshmen survey data indicate that new students applied only to Southeast at a rate three times the national average. Enrollment has increased significantly since a 20-year-low in 1994 when some 7,900 students attended Southeast. In Fall 2005, enrollment topped 10,000 for the first time, and stood at more than 11,500 in 2011. Additionally, record enrollments in higher education have occurred in the University’s 25-county service region during his tenure due to the establishment of new regional campuses in Sikeston and Kennett and a higher education center at Perryville serving place-bound students in and near those rural communities. During Dr. Dobbins’ presidency, more than $300 million in capital construction and building improvement projects have enhanced the University. The Seabaugh Polytechnic Building and the $58 million River Campus were constructed. Additionally, The Douglas C. Greene Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to promote entrepreneurship and enhance the region’s economy opened on the campus in 2005; Southeast dedicated its new, state-of-the-art David M. Barton Agriculture Research Center in 2009; two new 300-bed residence halls were constructed in 2002 and 2009; and the University

currently is in the midst of more than $90 million in capital renovation for maintenance and repair projects including the renovation of the historic 106-year-old Academic Hall, the remodeling and upgrades to the Magill and Rhodes sciences complex and a new residence hall. Dr. Dobbins has served a two-year term as president of the Missouri Council on Public Higher Education (COPHE), the organization for presidents and chancellors of Missouri’s public colleges and universities, and is the senior member of the organization. In 2007, he was selected to serve a three-year term on the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) Board of Directors, an organization which represents over 420 U.S. public college and university members and more than 3.7 million students or 56 percent of the enrollment at all public four-year institutions. He was elected Secretary-Treasurer of the organization in 2008, chaired the organization in 20102011, and currently serves on the executive committee as past chair of the AASCU Board. Also, for the past eight years, he has served as one of four faculty members for the week-long AASCU New Presidents’ Academy, and currently chairs the Finance Committee of the American Academic Leadership Institute. He previously served three years as president of the Ohio Valley Conference and is currently a member of

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the Conference finance subcommittee. In addition, he is a vice president of the executive board of the Greater St. Louis Council, Boy Scouts of America, and in 2010, he was awarded the Silver Beaver Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a Boy Scout volunteer by a council. He earned his B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Akron (Ohio) in 1971 and served as a commissioned officer and civilian executive in the U.S. Air Force for almost 10 years. He received the M.B.A. degree in 1979 from Old Dominion University (Virginia), and the Ph.D. in higher education administration in 1987 from Kent State, where in 2011, he was awarded the Alumni Leadership Award for the College of Education, Health and Human Services Annual Hall of Fame Awards. He is also a Certified Public Accountant in Ohio. Dr. Dobbins and his wife, Jeanine Larson Dobbins, Founder and Director Emeritus of the Missouri Statewide Early Literacy Intervention Program based at Southeast, have a son, Paul, and a daughter-in-law, Stacey, who are both Southeast graduates, and a grandson, Lincoln Kenneth Dobbins.

Donald “Brad” Bedell President

Board of Regents

James P. Limbaugh Vice President

Doyle L. Privett

President Kenneth W. Dobbins

Daren K. Todd

Tom M. Meyer

Kendra Neely-Martin

Kevin J. Magnan Student Representative

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Director of Athletics Mark Alnutt

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ark Alnutt, senior associate director for administration at the University of Missouri, was named director of athletics at Southeast Missouri State University. The announcement was made April 19 during a news conference in the Aleen Wehking Alumni Center at Southeast. Alnutt participated in an off-campus interview April 12 in St. Louis and was on campus for final interviews the day he was introduced as the Redhawks new director of athletics. He was among two finalists for the position following a national search conducted by a search committee including representatives from the Board of Regents, faculty, staff and the community. Alnutt began his new duties at Southeast on May 21. He replaced John Shafer who retired last June. Cindy Gannon served as interim director of athletics since that time. “Mark brings with him a tremendous breadth of experience and the caliber of credentials to move our program forward and into the future,” said Kenneth W. Dobbins, president of Southeast Missouri State University. Alnutt served as senior associate athletics director for administration at the University of Missouri after spending three years as the associate athletics director for administration. Mike Alden, director of athletics at the University of Missouri, said, “I think Southeast Missouri State University is getting a terrific leader in Mark Alnutt. We will miss him here, but our loss is Southeast’s gain and all of us here are very proud of Mark and all that he has

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accomplished.” In his previous role, Alnutt served as the administrative liaison for football; supervised track and field, cross country, gymnastics and golf; spearheaded the department’s project management team; served as the primary point person for the Athletic Department, overseeing all aspects of facility project master planning, development, management and implementation; and was involved with external department operations, including development, game operations, marketing, media relations, Mizzou Sports Properties and ticket operations. Alnutt also managed postseason travel arrangements for each of the University of Missouri’s 20 intercollegiate sport programs. He was in charge of Missouri’s Nike contract, the Big Wheels and Flying Tiger programs and the department’s relationship with Old Hawthorne Golf Club. In 2009, he oversaw a $5 million video board project through the University of Missouri Sports Complex with the centerpiece being a new board at Faurot Field. He also oversaw the design and construction of the new Golden Girls/Gymnastics

practice facility completed last fall. Additionally, Alnutt was actively involved in the solicitation and stewardship efforts of capital gift giving. Alnutt spent the previous six years at the University of Missouri as director of football operations, adding an assistant athletic director title prior to the 2005-06 season. In that role, his duties included coordinating the team’s travel plans, oversight of the football budget, handling compliance issues, scheduling of facilities, assisting with the recruiting operations and managing the day-to-day operations of the football program. He coordinated public relations and community service events for football, and oversaw all organizational aspects for the University of Missouri’s trips to the 2003 and 2005 Independence Bowl games played in Shreveport, La. He also represented the football program as part of the design team that planned the $16 million expansion and renovation project which turned the Tom Taylor Building into the Missouri Athletics Training Complex. Alnutt was a three-year letterman for the University of Missouri as a linebacker

Mark Alnutt was introduced as Southeast Missouri’s new director of athletics on April 19, 2012.

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and tight end from 1993-1995 and was voted the team’s champion of the year as a senior. He earned a degree in sociology in 1995 and went to work for Major Brands as a senior salesman in Kansas City from February 1996 to August 1997. Alnutt returned to the University of Missouri to pursue a master’s degree in public administration with an emphasis on sports psychology. He joined the Missouri football staff in 1998 as an administrative/ video graduate assistant. Alnutt completed his master’s degree in May 2000 and took over as director of football operations that August. A native of Kansas City, Alnutt served as president of the board of directors for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Boone County and was selected to participate in the 2002-2003 NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Males. In June 2005, he was recognized by Columbia Business Times as one of Columbia’s 40-Under-40 business leaders for his work in the community. He has participated in the Division I-A Athletic Director’s Institute, attended the NACDA Mentoring Institute and was

Director of Athletics Mark Alnutt

chair of the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics committee. In 2010, he was the recipient of an Outstanding Chancellor’s Staff recognition and the Barbara S. Uehling Award for Administrative Excellence at the University of Missouri. Alnutt and his wife, the former Kate Hankins, are the parents of four children, Jaren, Kinleigh, Mason and Aidan.

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Mission Statement

he Southeast Missouri State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is an integral part of the University community and accordingly adheres to Southeast Missouri State University’s overall institutional mission, one of providing a quality education and college experience for the students and communities we serve. The mission of the

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Department of Athletics is to enhance the collegiate experience for all students through the development and operation of a sound intercollegiate athletics program. The Athletics Department is a NCAA Division I program, and therefore is committed to the highest standards of integrity in athletic and academic achievement. The athletic teams of the University

are committed to compete at the highest possible level in the Ohio Valley Conference or other conference affiliations. The Department of Athletics is committed to the principles of equitable access, diversity, student welfare, sportsmanship, ethical conduct, rules compliance, and the prudent management of resources in all endeavors.

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Season Outlook

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he 2011 season saw the Southeast Missouri soccer program move back to its familiar perch atop the Ohio Valley Conference standings. Southeast captured its fourth regular season OVC title, posting an 8-1-0 conference record, while finishing with a 12-6-1 overall mark. The Redhawks were the OVC’s highest scoring team (2.33 goals per game) in conference play and posted the league’s best goals against average (0.84) overall. In total, the Redhawks 12 victories were the most since the 2007 season and their eight OVC wins tied for the highest in the 13-year history of the soccer program. Six Southeast players earned All-OVC honors, five of which were first-team all-conference selections. The Redhawks boasted the OVC’s Offensive Player of the Year (Jessie Crabtree), Freshman of the Year (Erin Shulman) and Coach of the Year (Heather Nelson). The season ended on a sour note, however. After running away with the regular season title and hosting the OVC Tournament, Southeast suffered a heartbreaking semifinal loss to Morehead State. The Eagles rallied back from a 1-0 second-half

deficit and scored the game-winning goal with 52 seconds left to send the Redhawks season to a bitter end. As players report to camp in the fall, the mood is undoubtedly to get the taste of last season’s finale out of their mouths and continuing to be the standard of the OVC. “Success can be fairly cyclical in the OVC,” Southeast associate head coach Paul Nelson said. “We were blessed with six great seniors last year after going through a rebuilding phase for a few seasons. I thought we were getting it last year, the players worked hard and we were fortunate to add some good freshmen to the mix that helped it all come together.” Six starters return for the Redhawks this fall, each with higher expectations to develop as soccer players and as leaders. The Redhawks will be breaking in several new faces, with 11 newcomers making up the largest roster Southeast has ever had. “Having more bodies helps as long as players realize that they may not play all the time,” Nelson said. “There are several things that happen throughout a season that allows players a chance to play. When you have a lot of players, they have to

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realize they need to step it up when they do get that opportunity to step on the field. The other benefit with those numbers is that you can organize a lot of 11-v-11 situations. When you look at teams that click well, it’s because they can create those situations in practice.” Goalkeeper The Redhawks defense was the best in the conference last season, posting a goals against average of 0.84, the only OVC school to allow less than one goal per contest. Those numbers occurred primarily with Ashton Aubuchon serving as Southeast’s last line of defense, allowing her to post some of the best numbers in program history as a sophomore. Aubuchon went 12-5-1 with a 0.78 goals against average, eight shutouts and an .827 save percentage. She joined the record-setting Lindsay Pickering as the only Southeast keeper to post eight shutouts in a season. Her shutout total and save percentage each rank third in Southeast history while her wins and goals against average rank fourth on the single-season lists. Aubuchon’s season totals led to a well-earned first-team All-OVC accolade. Aubuchon started all but one of Southeast’s matches a year ago, but there is reason to believe the goalkeeper spot will be much deeper this season. Joining the mix in goal is senior Renee Kertz, a former high school standout at Notre Dame High School who starred for four seasons at third base and shortstop on the Southeast softball team, tying the school record with 132 career RBI. “Ashton was dominant last year,” Nelson said. “After a couple departures, we were left without a backup. Renee was a goalkeeper in high school and is a real specimen of an athlete. She is tall, quick, strong and agile. With some help from (assistant coach) Lindsey (Pickering), I think she could help us by pushing Ashton to perform at an even higher level.” Defense Southeast hopes new blood and lineup shuffling can effectively replace departed seniors Nikki Edwards (firstteam All-OVC) and Shona Goodwin

(OVC All-Tournament Team) on what was the OVC’s top defense a year ago. Edwards left the school as the program’s all-time leader in starts (69) and minutes played (5,924) after playing a team-high 1,725 minutes. Goodwin started 17 contests last fall. While two accomplished players left the defensive backfield, the Redhawks bring two senior starters back in Hayley Abbott and Meg Herndon. Abbott earned first-team All-OVC honors in 2009 and 2010 while also landing a spot on the OVC All-Tournament Team a year ago. She has started all 55 matches in her career and she will break the school’s career minutes played record if she matches or surpasses last year’s 1,536 minutes. Herndon was one of four Redhawks to start all 19 contests last fall and logged 1,498 minutes while helping Southeast post 10 shutouts. Those numbers were all career highs for Herndon, who also chipped in two assists offensively. “Both Megan and Hayley combine an awful lot of experience and determination,” Nelson said. “They are prototypical defenders. They will do anything they can to win a ball and stop the opposition from attacking. They are both pretty confident on the ball and make good decisions when distributing to the attack. They both bring a grittiness and hardness to the back line.” In an effort to add experience to the back line, Southeast moved senior Ali Bauer from midfield to defense during the spring season. Bauer started 15 matches at midfield a year ago, where she tallied two goals and four assists. During the month-long spring exhibition season, Bauer showed the aptitude to give the coaching staff full confidence in her ability to help anchor the defense. “We moved Ali to center back because she is very good in the air and has no problem generating an attack from that position,” Nelson said. “In the spring, she proved to us that there would be no problem at all with playing that spot.” With seniors at three of the back positions, Southeast has a couple options for the right side. Junior Rachel Compton has starting experience and freshman Amy Harrington is also getting a close look for that spot.

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


Season Outlook “We have a lot of experience at three of the starting spots,” Nelson said. “Rachel entered camp a little banged up. Amy can play the right side and she is in line to get significant minutes there at the moment.” The Redhawks also have sophomore Ellie Hight along with freshmen Storm French and Paige Luehmann to battle for minutes. Hight played in one match in 2011 while French won Missouri Defensive Player of the Year twice in high school. Freshman Tenealle Hay, while primarily a midfielder, also has the ability to move to the backfield. Midfield The Redhawks have several players capable of playing midfield and they will be asked to replace two accomplished starters, first-team AllOVC performer Lauren Bozesky and second-team All-OVC pick Vanessa Hart. In addition to those two losses, senior Ali Bauer will move to the back line to help Southeast’s defense, leaving sophomore Torey Byrd as the lone returning starter at this spot. Byrd started 18 of 19 matches during her freshman campaign last fall, tallying seven points on two goals and three assists. Her 1,555 minutes played were the second most of all Redhawks and the most among all returners. Joining Byrd is her sister, Taylor, who started 11 contests as a freshman in 2010 but missed all of last season due to injury. The lineup will also be bolstered by the return of junior Stephanie Palmer, who has seen significant playing time in her first two seasons, including a four-goal freshman campaign in 2010. “We will be very competitive at center midfield,” Nelson said. “We have two returning players who played at that spot in Torey and Stephanie. Torey’s sister, Taylor, is coming to camp supremely fit already and nobody works harder than her.” Also in line for minutes are Australian newcomers Jenna Collingridge and Tenealle Hay, who both boast national team experience down under. Senior Sarah Uptmor, who appeared in eight matches a year ago, will bolster the lineup depth at midfield.

Forward Up front, the Redhawks return OVC Freshman of the Year Erin Shulman. The dynamic freshman was a nightmare for opposing back lines and tied for the team lead with nine goals despite missing five matches due to injury. She will once again be counted on to be that consistent force on the attack. Southeast lost leading scorer and OVC Offensive Player of the Year Jessie Crabtree, who tallied nine goals and 22 points in her one season with the Redhawks. The task of replacing Crabtree up top won’t come from any one player, but a collection of Redhawks expected to pick up the slack. Senior Courtney Luehmann, a first-team All-OVC selection in 2010, is likely to move up front, where the Redhawks hope she can recapture her junior year form. Luehmann scored five goals in 2010, but was slowed by an injury early last season. The Redhawks have three more returners who could make a significant impact up front in juniors Jacey Boyko and Amy Ward, and sophomore Kasey Crowden. Boyko finished fourth on the team in scoring with eight points last year and Ward saw action in 10 matches. Crowden, who also played 10 matches, was one of the team’s most improved players in the spring exhibition season. “We probably lost the most up front because of the experience we had in the lineup there,” Nelson said. “However, we have Erin returning and I don’t think she will fall into any kind of sophomore slump. We have Jacey, who got significant minutes last year and is a completely different player than her freshman year. Both of them have tons of pace to their games. We also have Kasey, who was very good for us in the spring and is probably the biggest surprise for us up top. Then, there’s Amy Ward, who is going into her junior year and has progressed to the stage where she is in the mix for a starting spot.” The Redhawks also have a talented freshman in Ashley Geist, who has the potential to break into the starting lineup as well. “Ashley plays with the pace of Erin and is a very strong player on the ball,” Nelson said. “She’ll give us great work rate and grittiness up top.” While she won’t be able to break

Erin Shulman into the lineup this year due to transfer rules, Southeast may have gotten ahold of another gem in Breana Beine. Beine was named the Missouri Valley Conference’s Freshman of the Year in 2010 and will have two years of eligibility when she finally takes the field in 2013. Schedule Last season, the Redhawks challenged themselves with a nonconference schedule which featured four opponents that finished the season in the top 100 of the NCAA RPI rankings, a slate that included a win over Missouri Valley Conference Champion Illinois State. Those difficult matchups paid dividends for the Redhawks in conference play, allowing them to get off to a strong start and finish atop the regular season standings. Southeast will once again pit itself against some of the top teams in the country during its non-conference schedule. The Redhawks face four teams who qualified for the NCAA Tournament last fall, including defending Missouri Valley Conference Champion Illinois State (Aug. 17), Round of 16 qualifier Louisville (Aug. 31), defending Conference

USA Champion Memphis (Sept. 14) and defending OVC Tournament Champion UT Martin (Sept. 16). The Redhawks also face Kentucky (Sept. 2) and Nebraska (Sept. 8), who both finished 2011 ranked in the top 100. The 2012 season starts with four-straight home matches on Aug. 17. Eleven home contests highlight the loaded 20-match slate. With the addition of Belmont, there are a conference record 11 teams in the Ohio Valley Conference, which will give Southeast a school-record 10 conference matches this fall. “I was impressed by our play this spring,” Nelson said. “We played without several key players from last year for a large portion of the games, but we played very well. I think that will carry over this year. We have a few freshmen that will contribute a huge amount to the squad. It will be difficult to replace what we lost, but we will be a very competitive team this year.” The regular season OVC Champion will host every match of the 2012 OVC Tournament, which takes place Nov. 1-4. The winner of the tournament earns an automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament.

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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Roster Numerical No. Name

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Renee Kertz Ashton Aubuchon Meg Herndon Erin Shulman Ali Bauer Ellie Hight Courtney Luehmann Torey Byrd Breana Beine Tenealle Hay Stephanie Palmer Amy Ward Paige Luehmann Jenna Collingridge Ashley Geist Sarah Uptmor Jacey Boyko Amy Harrington Rachel Compton Kasey Crowden Taylor Byrd Hayley Abbott Storm French Ashley Brendel Breck Robinson

Alphabetical No. Name

22 1 4 8 16 24 21 7 18 13 19 23 14 17 9 2 5 0 6 12 10 26 3 15 11

Hayley Abbott Ashton Aubuchon Ali Bauer Breana Beine Jacey Boyko Ashley Brendel Taylor Byrd Torey Byrd Rachel Compton Jenna Collingridge Kasey Crowden Storm French Ashley Geist Amy Harrington Tenealle Hay Meg Herndon Ellie Hight Renee Kertz Courtney Luehmann Paige Luehmann Stephanie Palmer Breck Robinson Erin Shulman Sarah Uptmor Amy Ward

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

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

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

Hometown Last School St. Louis, Mo. Notre Dame Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood West Fenton, Mo. Rockwood Summit Bloomington, Ill. Normal Community St. Charles, Mo. St. Dominic Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty Charleston, Mo. Notre Dame Columbia, Ill. Columbia St. Peters, Mo. Evansville New South Wales, Australia Picton Marion, Ill. Marion Hazelwood, Mo. Hazelwood West Granite City, Ill. Granite City New South Wales, Australia Cootamundra St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood West Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Central O’Fallon, Mo. St. Dominic Granite City, Ill. Granite City Edwardsville, Ill. Edwardsville Jackson, Mo. Jackson Columbia, Ill. Columbia Narooma, Australia Hills Sports Perryville, Mo. St. Vincent St. Louis, Mo. Nerinx Hall Tucson, Ariz. Ironwood Ridge

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

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

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

Hometown Last School Narooma, Australia Hills Sport Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood West St. Charles, Mo. St. Dominic St. Peters, Mo. Evansville O’Fallon, Mo. St. Dominic St. Louis, Mo. Nerinx Hall Columbia, Ill. Columbia Columbia, Ill. Columbia Edwardsville, Ill. Edwardsville New South Wales, Australia Cootamundra Jackson, Mo. Jackson Perryville, Mo. St. Vincent St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood West Granite City, Ill. Granite City New South Wales, Australia Picton Fenton, Mo. Rockwood Summit Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty St. Louis, Mo. Notre Dame Charleston, Mo. Notre Dame Granite City, Ill. Granite City Marion, Ill. Marion Tucson, Ariz. Ironwood Ridge Bloomington, Ill. Normal Community Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Central Hazelwood, Mo. Hazelwood West

Breakdown by Class Total Squad Members.....................................25 Seniors...............................................................6 Juniors...............................................................6 Sophomores.......................................................5 Freshmen...........................................................8 Breakdown by State/Country Arizona..............................................................1 Australia............................................................3 California..........................................................1 Illinois...............................................................7 Missouri..........................................................13 Breakdown by Position Defenders..........................................................8 Forwards............................................................8 Goalkeepers.......................................................2 Midfielders........................................................7 Pronunciation Guide Ashton Aubuchon.....................ah-BOO-shawn Ali Bauer...............................................BOW-er Jacey Boyko........................................ Boy-COE Tenealle Hay.....................................Tuh-NEEL Ellie Hight.............................................. Height Courtney Luehmann...........................LAY-man Paige Luehmann.................................LAY-man

Head Coach: Heather Nelson, 14th Season (Saskatchewan, 1992) Associate Head Coach: Paul Nelson, 14th Season Assistant Coach: Lindsay Pickering, Fifth Season (Southeast Missouri, 2008)

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OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


Meet the Redhawks

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Renee Kertz GK • 5-9 • Sr. St. Louis, Mo.

Ashton Aubuchon GK • 5-11 • Jr. Florrisant, Mo.

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Courtney Luehmann F/MF • 5-8 • Sr. Charleston, Mo.

12 Paige Luehmann D/MF • 5-1 • Fr. Granite City, Ill.

18 Rachel Compton D • 5-5 • Jr. Edwardsville, Ill.

Torey Byrd MF • 5-7 • So. Columbia, Ill.

13 Jenna Collingridge MF • 5-4 • Fr. New South Wales, Australia

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2 Meg Herndon D • 5-4 • Sr. Fenton, Mo.

8 Breana Beine F • 5-6 • Jr. St. Peters, Mo.

14 Ashley Geist F • 5-4 • Fr. St. Louis, Mo.

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Erin Shulman F • 5-1 • So. Bloomington, Ill.

Ali Bauer D • 5-11 • Sr. St. Charles, Mo.

Ellie Hight D • 5-1 • So. Bakersfield, Calif.

9 Tenealle Hay MF/D • 5-6 • Fr. New South Wales, Australia

15 Sarah Uptmor MF • 5-7 • Sr. Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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10 Stephanie Palmer MF • 5-2 • Jr. Marion, Ill.

16 Jacey Boyko F • 5-7 • Jr. O’Fallon, Mo.

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Kasey Crowden F • 5-5 • So. Jackson, Mo.

Taylor Byrd MF • 5-5 • So. Columbia, Ill.

Hayley Abbott D • 5-8 • Sr. Narooma, Australia

Storm French D/MF • 5-8 • Fr. Perryville, Mo.

Heather Nelson Head Coach 14th Season

Paul Nelson Associate Head Coach 14th Season

Lindsay Pickering Assistant Coach Fifth Season

Maria Dominguez Athletic Trainer

11 Amy Ward F • 5-7 • Jr. Hazelwood, Mo.

17 Amy Harrington D • 5-1 • Fr. Granite City, Ill.

24 Ashley Brendel F • 5-11 • Fr. St. Louis, Mo.

26 Breck Robinson MF • 5-4 • Fr. Tucson, Ariz.

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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Team Photo/Roster Breakdown

Australia (3) Narooma.................... Hayley Abbott New South Wales.........Tenealle Hay Picton...................Jenna Collingridge Arizona (1) Tucson...................... Breck Robinson California (1) Bakersfield...................... Ellie Hight Illinois (7) Bloomington............... Erin Shulman Columbia........................Taylor Byrd Torey Byrd Edwardsville........... Rachel Compton Granite City............Amy Harrington Paige Luehmann Marion...................Stephanie Palmer Missouri (13) Cape Girardeau...........Sarah Uptmor Charleston....... Courtney Luehmann Fenton.........................Meg Herndon Florissant............. Ashton Aubuchon Amy Ward Jackson......................Kasey Crowden

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O’Fallon..........................Jacey Boyko Perryville......................Storm French St. Charles.......................... Ali Bauer St. Louis.................... Ashley Brendel Ashley Geist Renee Kertz St. Peters.......................Breana Beine

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OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


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F F A ST IN THIS SECTION . . . 8 Head Coach Heather Nelson 8 Associate Head Coach Paul Nelson 8 Assistant Coach Lindsey Pickering 8 Southeast Soccer by the Numbers 8 Southeast Athletics Staff 8 Celebrating 40 Years of TItle IX


Coaching Staff Head Coach

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HEATHER NELSON

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eather Nelson is the only hand that has guided the Southeast Missouri soccer program since it began competing in 1999. In 13 years, Nelson has reeled off 10 winning seasons and has compiled a 130-7826 record at Southeast. Beyond the overall record, she led the Redhawks to four Ohio Valley Conference regular-season championships (2001, 2002, 2007, 2011) and a pair of OVC Tournament crowns (2006, 2007). Nelson also led Southeast to NCAA Women’s Soccer Cup appearances in 2006 and 2007. Nelson’s Redhawks are coming off an immensely successful 2011 season in which they claimed their fourth OVC regular season title with a 12-6-1 record and an 8-1-0 mark in the OVC. The eight league wins tied the conference record which Southeast and Samford set back in 2007. Nelson was named OVC Coach of the Year for a record

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fourth time in her career while Jessie Crabtree earned OVC Offensive Player of the Year in her lone season at Southeast and Erin Shulman claimed OVC Freshman of the Year honors. After the program’s inaugural season in 1999, Nelson guided Southeast to 10 wins the next year, a figure that was matched or surpassed in each of the next eight seasons and nine times total in the following 12 years. By year three, she helped guide Southeast to back-to-back OVC regular-season championships (2001, 2002), which saw the Redhawks go undefeated in conference play during each of those years. In 2001, Southeast stormed onto the scene when it went 16-2 overall and 5-0 in league play. The Redhawks posted a .889 winning percentage, which currently stands as the best in school history. That team, which claimed the program’s first-ever OVC title, boasted the nation’s lowest goals against average (0.44) and the country’s top shutout percentage (0.72). The Redhawks allowed only eight goals and posted 13 shutouts in 18 matches. Not to mention, Southeast also ranked 10th in the nation with 2.67 points per game. The Redhawks set conference records for wins in a season and goals allowed (zero in OVC matches only), as well. Southeast repeated as the league’s regular-season champion in 2002. The Redhawks posted an overall record of 14-4-2 and 6-0-0 in conference play, while leading the league in shots, goals allowed, goals against and shutouts. Nine players earned All-OVC honors from the 2002 squad, including Valerie Henderson and Jenny Hamilton, who were named OVC Player and Defender of the Year, respectively. Despite the dominant records and accolades, an OVC Tournament title eluded the Redhawks in those seasons as Eastern Illinois pulled off upsets in the tournament championship match of both seasons. The Redhawks finally broke through in postseason play during the 2006 OVC Tournament. After a fourth-place regular season finish, Southeast knocked off top-seeded Samford and shutout Morehead State in the OVC Tournament finals to secure its first NCAA Tournament berth in 2006. The Redhawks drew nationally-ranked Illinois in their first NCAA Tournament game and stifled the Illini offense for much of the first period, before falling by a score of 2-0. Southeast turned that momentum from the 2006 run into a memorable 2007 season that saw Southeast go 12-2-4 and an unbeaten 8-0-1 in OVC play. The Redhawks won their second consecutive OVC Tournament, blanking

UT Martin in the semifinals and outlasting Samford in penalty kicks to return to the NCAA Tournament. Southeast returned to postseason play against in-state rival Missouri. The Redhawks made history in the 43rd minute of that clash when Courtney Alexander scored the program’s first goal in an NCAA Tournament. The contest went to penalty kicks where Missouri advanced and ended Southeast’s run. Nelson earned her third OVC Coach of the Year honor in 2007, marking the most of any women’s soccer coach in league history. The Redhawks swept the OVC postseason awards that year with Alexander claiming OVC Player of the Year, Lindsay Pickering earning OVC Defensive Player of the Year and Ashley Runion nabbing the program’s first OVC Freshman of the Year award. In her 13 seasons at Southeast, Nelson has coached four OVC Players of the Year, four OVC Defensive Players of the Year and two OVC Freshman of the Year winners. Additionally, Nelson has coached 61 players which have earned either OVC First-Team, Second-Team, Third-Team, Honorable Mention or All-Newcomer accolades since 1999. Nelson’s teams have also performed extremely well in the classroom. Her studentathletes have earned CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII honors on seven occasions. She has also coached 21 OVC Medal of Honor recipients. Nelson’s 2011 team won the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Academic Award with a 3.45 grade point average. Prior to building the Redhawks soccer program, Nelson coached at Florida State from 1995-98, helping lay the foundation for the Seminoles in an extremely competitive Atlantic Coast Conference. Nelson’s 1996 and 1997 FSU teams finished with the ACC’s secondhighest GPA. Nelson coached the 1986 age group Missouri Olympic Development Program (ODP) team to the 2003 Midwest Region II Championship and represented Region II at the 2004 ODP National Championship. A former member of Canada’s national team pool, Nelson was a four-year starter at the University of Saskatchewan. After earning her Physical Education degree in 1992, Nelson went on to get her “B” license and coaching diploma at the National Coaching Institute at the University of Victoria in 1993. At the time, Nelson held the distinction of being one of only five Canadian female coaches qualified to coach at the national team level. Nelson, and her husband, Southeast associate head coach Paul Nelson, have four children, Jordan (14), Taylor (10), Justi (6) and Chase (3).

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


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Year-by-Year Records

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

School Conference Overall Pct. Florida State Atlantic Coast 4-14-1 .237 Florida State Atlantic Coast 12-7-1 .625 Florida State Atlantic Coast 8-12-0 .400 Florida State Atlantic Coast 7-11-3 .405 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 4-8-1 .346 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 10-6-1 .618 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 16-2-0 .889 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 14-4-2 .750 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 10-5-5 .625 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 11-6-2 .632 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 13-6-1 .675 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 10-8-2 .550 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 12-2-4 .778 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 2-9-3 .250 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 8-7-3 .528 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 8-9-1 .472 Southeast Missouri Ohio Valley 12-6-1 .658 Career Record 17 Seasons 161-122-31 .562 Record at Southeast 13 Seasons 130-78-26 .611 Record at Florida State Four Seasons 31-44-5 .419

Conf. Pct. 0-7-0 .000 2-5-0 .286 0-7-0 .000 1-5-1 .214 2-2-1 .500 2-3-0 .400 5-0-0 1.000 6-0-0 1.000 4-3-1 .563 3-3-2 .500 5-3-1 .611 4-3-2 .556 8-0-1 .944 1-5-2 .250 2-3-3 .438 4-3-1 .563 8-1-0 .889 57-53-15 .516 54-29-14 .629 3-24-1 .125

Fin. 8th 8th 8th 7th 3rd t3rd 1st 1st 5th t5th t3rd 4th 1st 9th 7th 2nd 1st - - -

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Personal Information

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Hometown: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Education: University of Saskatchewan, 1992 - B.S. Physical Education University of Victoria, 2003 - M.A. Coaching Science Family: Husband - Paul; Daughters - Jordan (14), Taylor (10), Justi (6); Son - Mitchell “Chase” (3)

Awards

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• 1999 OVC Coach of the Year • 2001 OVC Coach of the Year • 2007 OVC Coach of the Year

Championship Seasons

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• 2001 OVC Regular-Season Champions • 2002 OVC Regular-Season Champions • 2006 OVC Tournament Champions • 2007 OVC Regular-Season and OVC Tournament Champions

Milestone Victories

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Win 1 50 100

Date Sept. 7, 1995 Sept. 20, 2002 Sept. 25, 2005

Opponent West Florida Arkansas State Memphis

Score 5-1 1-0 1-0OT

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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Coaching Staff Associate Head Coach

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aul Nelson enters his 14th season with the Southeast Missouri soccer program and his sixth as the team’s associate head coach. Nelson has drawn on his extensive playing and coaching experience from every level -- juniors to professional -- providing plenty of valuable guidance along the way. He helped lead the Redhawks to Ohio Valley Conference regular season championships in 2001, 2002, 2007 and 2011. Southeast also registered back-toback OVC

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Tournament titles and NCAA Women’s Soccer Cup appearances in 2006 and 2007. Prior to Southeast, Nelson spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Florida State and two years at the Canadian western-based National Training Center. In addition, he was an assistant coach for Canada’s Olympic team in 1994. Nelson first entered the professional ranks in 1977 and enjoyed 13 competitive seasons at that level. He played in the once-heralded North American Soccer League (NASL) during both the indoor and outdoor seasons, and competed in the Irish Premier Division. Nelson signed with the NASL’s Vancouver Whitecaps at the age of 18, where he had the opportunity to play with and against some of the best players in the world, including Pele, Beckenbauer and Cryuff. In 2011, Nelson and his teammates

and staff from the Whitecaps were inducted into The Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum as the 1979 Whitecaps earned the 2011 Team of Distinction Award. The Whitecaps went 20-10 that season and claimed the NASL’s Soccer Bowl with a 2-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rowdies in front of 66,843 fans at Giants Stadium in New York. As a staff coach for British Columbia Soccer, Nelson boasted one of the best amateur soccer coaching records in Canada. His coaching successes have included two gold medals, the first in the 1991 Western Canadian Championships and the second in the 1993 Canada Matches. In 1999, Nelson served as coach of the American Soccer League’s Vancouver 86ers reserve team.

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


Coaching Staff Assistant Coach

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LINDSAY PICKERING

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fter rewriting the Southeast Missouri record books as a player, Lindsay Pickering has helped maintain the Redhawks’ standard of excellence in goal for the past four seasons. Pickering, who was a three-year starting goalkeeper at Southeast, works with that position. She also assists with several administrative responsibilities, including travel, recruiting and academic progress. Last fall, Pickering’s tutelage led to sophomore Ashton Aubuchon earning firstteam All-Ohio Valley Conference honors

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after leading the OVC with a 0.78 goals against average and eight shutouts. As a team, the Redhawks posted a league-best 0.82 goals against average and recorded a conference-high 10 shutouts. In 2009, Pickering led the Redhawk goalkeepers to a 0.84 goals against average. That mark ranked second in the Ohio Valley Conference and 55th in the nation. Pickering was a two-time OVC Defensive Player of the Year and FirstTeam All-Conference selection (2005, 2007). In addition, she earned SecondTeam All-OVC honors in 2006. She finished her playing career ranked first at Southeast in career shutouts (28), wins (34), goals against average (0.72), saves (228), matches in goal (58) and time in goal (5236:05). Pickering garnered additional coaching experience as the goalkeeping trainer

for the Southeast Missouri Soccer Club. Additionally, she worked as a student assistant with the Redhawks during the 2008 spring semester. A native of St. Charles, Mo., Pickering was also a four-year starting center fielder for Southeast’s softball team. She earned Second-Team All-OVC honors in 2006 and made the league’s All-Tournament Team twice. Pickering, a former Southeast ScholarAthlete and OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree, graduated from Southeast with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and concentration in Physical Education in December, 2008. She also completed her Master of Arts in Higher Education in May, 2012.

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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By the Numbers

1999 2 2 4 130 .611 54 74 .714

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FIRST YEAR OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI WOMEN'S SOCCER

NCAA WOMEN'S SOCCER CUP APPEARANCES (2006, 2007)

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS (2006, 2007)

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE REGULAR-SEASON TITLES (2001, 2002, 2007, 2011)

TOTAL VICTORIES

ALL-TIME WINNING PERCENTAGE

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE VICTORIES

HOME VICTORIES

ALL-TIME WINNING PERCENTAGE AT HOUCK STADIUM

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


Athletics Staff

Cindy Gannon Senior Associate AD Senior Woman Administrator

Brady Barke Interim Associate AD Compliance & Eligibility

Joyce Penny Ticket Manager Student Accountant

Marcia Hendrix Assistant Ticket Manager Insurance

Sharon Burgard Director of Academic Services

Kent Phillips Coordinator of Facilities and Event Management

Alfred Castillo Head Athletic Trainer

Barb Kinsey Athletic Development

Rachel Blunt Compliance Assistant

Nate Saverino Coordinator of Marketing and Promotions

Ricky Zum Mallen Graduate Assistant Marketing

Chloe Tubbs Special Events Coordinator Administrative Assistant

Dr. Beth Easter Faculty Athletics Representative

Ryan Johnson Strength & Conditioning Coach

Robby Rasco Equipment Manager

Natalie Williams Academic Services Assistant

Kelly Benacka Graduate Assistant Academic Services

Emily Obergoenner Graduate Assistant Academic Services

Adam Miller Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning

Megan Rottler Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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Because Pioneers Lead The Way Those They Lead Are Limitless

Dr. Kala Stroup

Cindy Gannon

Lana Richmond

14th President Southeast Missouri State University

Senior Associate Director of Athletics & Senior Woman Administrator Southeast Missouri State University

Head Softball Coach Southeast Missouri State University

Georganne Syler

Linda Wells

Former Faculty Athletics Representative & Registered Dietitian Southeast Missouri State University

Former Olympic Coach, Six-Time Hall of Fame Inductee and Southeast Missouri State University Alumnae

CelebratinG 40 Years ofTitle IX


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Returners Defender

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Narooma, Australia

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Has started every game of her Southeast career.

HAYLEY ABBOTT

2011: Started all 19 matches on defense … named to the OVC All-Tournament team … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … played the entire match eight times …posted a total of 12 shots with eight on goal … finished second among all Southeast field players with 1,536 minutes … helped the team post a league-leading 10 shutouts and a 0.82 goals against average … scored one goal, which came in the regular season finale against Tennessee Tech (10/30) … placed on the Tropical Smoothie Invitational All-Tournament team for her defensive play against Butler (9/9) and Kentucky (9/11) … attempted a season-high two shots at Saint Louis (9/16), Eastern Illinois (9/30) and Tennessee Tech (10/30) … recorded her first goal against Tennessee Tech (10/30). 2010: First-team All-OVC selection for the second-straight year … named to the ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District Team … named to the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll … Southeast Scholar-Athlete … started all 18 matches … recorded eight shots, including two on goal … had a season-high three shots vs. Morehead State (10/10) … led the team with 1,596 minutes played … logged 90 or more minutes in 11 of her starts.

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2009: First-team All-OVC and All-Newcomer selection … led all Defenders with two goals, one assist and five points … tied for third on the team with 26 shots … had three or more shots in five matches … started all 18 matches … led the team with Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 18 18 19 55

GS 18 18 19 55

Goals 2 0 1 3

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Hills Sports

1,672 minutes played … averaged 1.44 shots per game … Finished with 10 shots on goal and a .385 shot on goal percentage … recorded her first collegiate goal and assist en route to a season-high three points vs. Alabama A&M (8/28) … scored game-winning goal vs. Northern Illinois (8/30) … finished with four shots vs. Evansville (8/23) … named OVC Defensive Player of the Week (9/1) … Southeast ScholarAthlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Prep/Club: Three-year member of the New South Wales (NSW) Institute of Sport women’s soccer program … participated in three international tours with the Australian School Girls team, making trips to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Japan and South Korea … two-time captain and Player of the Tour … captain of the NSW State Age team for five-consecutive years … led Hills Sports High School to the state championship three-straight seasons … earned the highest NSW State School Sports Award and garnered outstanding state and national recognition in women’s soccer during the 2007 campaign. Personal: Born Nov. 14, 1990 … majoring in Sport Management … daughter of John and Vicki Abbott.

Abbott’s Single-Game Highs at Southeast Missouri Goals....1, 3x, last vs. Tennessee Tech (10/30/11) Assists................... 1, vs. Alabama A&M (8/28/09) Points..................... 3, vs. Alabama A&M (8/28/09) Shots..................... 6, vs. Alabama A&M (8/28/09) Shots on Goal.2, 7x, last vs. Eastern Illinois (9/30/11) Minutes............ 110, 7x, last at Saint Louis (9/16/11)

Abbott’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 1 5 26 .077 10 0 0 8 .000 2 0 2 12 .083 8 1 7 46 .065 20

SOG% .385 .250 .667 .435

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 1 0 0 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Returners Goalkeeper

ASHTON AUBUCHON

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2011: Started 18 matches in goal … named first-team All-OVC after leading the league with a 0.78 goals against average in 1620:32 in net … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … improved her goals against average to 0.44 in conference play … stopped 67 shots for an .827 save percentage, third best in the OVC … finished with a 12-5-1 overall record … recorded eight solo shutouts (most in the OVC) … made a season-high eight saves at Iowa (8/21) … turned aside both shots she faced in a shutout victory over Arkansas State (8/28) … made two saves to post her first solo shutout of the season against Butler (9/9) … placed on the Tropical Smoothie Invitational All-Tournament team after allowing only two goals total against Butler and Kentucky (9/11) … turned aside three shots in 110 minutes for a shutout at Saint Louis (9/16) … named OVC Goalkeeper of the Week on three occasions; Sept. 13, Sept. 27 and Nov. 1 … made seven saves in a shutout win at Eastern Kentucky (10/9). 2010: Named to the OVC All-Newcomer Team … garnered a spot on the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was a

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Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

G GS 16 15 18 17 34 32

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Jr.

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Florissant, Mo.

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Southeast Scholar-Athlete … started 15 matches in goal … registered a team-high 54 saves … went 8-7-1 with six shutouts as the Redhawks starting goalkeeper her rookie year … ranked ninth in the OVC in saves, averaging 3.38 per game … did not allow a goal in three-consecutive matches (Sept. 26-Oct. 8) … had six or more saves four times, including a season-high seven at Arkansas State (9/19) … ranked third in the conference in shutouts and fifth in goals against average (1.23) … earned OVC Goalkeeper of the Week honors (9/21) Prep/Club: First-Team All-Suburban North Conference selection at Hazelwood West High School … honorable mention All-State honoree … earned Second-Team All-Metro accolades … went 16-1 as her team’s starting goalkeeper in 2010 … Registered a 0.45 goals against average, allowing only seven goals all season … finished the year with 11 shutouts … Hazelwood West went 25-2 overall and ranked as high as No. 31 in the nation that year … was prep teammates with fellow Redhawks Amy Ward and Chelsea Ballard … also garnered All-Conference honors in softball and basketball … honor roll student who graduated after her junior year … played for Roger Uphoff as a member of the JB Marine Soccer Club.

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Hazelwood West

Personal: Born Jan. 29, 1993 … majoring in Education … daughter of Kim Aubuchon.

Aubuchon’s Single-Game Highs at Southeast Missouri Saves 8, at Iowa (8/21/11) Minutes...... 110:00, 3x, last at Saint Louis (9/16/11)

Aubuchon’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Minutes GA GAAvg Saves W 1459:53 20 1.23 54 8 1620:32 14 0.78 67 12 3080:25 34 0.99 121 20

L 7 5 12

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

T 1 1 2

Sho 6 8 14

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5-11

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Sr.

St. Charles, Mo.

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St. Dominic

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2011: Started in 15 of 19 matches at midfield … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … attempted 13 shots, placing five on goal … tallied eight points on two goals and four assists … earned her season-high playing time of 82 minutes in a shutout victory over Arkansas State (8/28) … scored her first goal of the season in a win at Austin Peay (9/23) … other goal came at Morehead State (10/7) … recorded her first assist of the season against Murray State (9/26) … aided in the only goal against UT Martin (10/21) … had a season high two assists against Jacksonville State (10/28).

ALI BAUER

2010: Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Southeast ScholarAthlete … Started 16 games … wcored three points on one goal and one assist … ranked third on the team with eight shots on goal … finished second on the team in shot on goal percentage (.444) … scored her only goal vs. Stetson (9/10) … registered two shots in a game on six occasions … played a season-high 101 minutes vs. UT Martin (10/24).

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her first career goal and assist against UMKC (9/6) … also finished with three points vs. the Kangaroos … scored a goal vs. Western Kentucky (9/13) and recorded assists at Washington University (9/25) and vs. Jacksonville State (10/16) … posted a season-high six shots and two shots on goal vs. Evansville (8/23) … played a season-high 101 minutes vs. Austin Peay (10/2). Prep/Club: Two-time first-team allstate pick, who also earned first-team all-conference honors at St. Dominic High School … garnered second-team All-Metro honors … named Outstanding Senior Female Athlete by the St. Charles County Amateur Sports Hall of Fame … was the Suburban Journal’s 2008 Athlete of the Year … led her team to a state title in 2007 … also played volleyball, where she was a first-team all-state honoree her senior year … member of the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club … played with current Redhawk teammates Jacey Boyko and Rachel Compton at either the prep or club level.

Personal: Born Sept. 10, 1990 … ma2009: Southeast Scholar-Athlete … joring in Exercise Science … daughter played in 17 games and made 15 of Tim and Amy Bauer. starts … started the first 14 games of the season … tied a team-high and ranked 10th in the OVC with three assists … scored two goals and tied for fourth on the team Bauer’s Single-Game Highs at with seven points … finished Southeast Missouri the year with 24 shots, including Goals........1, 5x, last at Morehead State (10/7/11) 13 on goal … averaged 1.41 Assists........... 2, vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) shots per game and registered Points................................... 3, vs. UMKC (9/6/09) a .542 shots on goal average Shots............................6, vs. Evansville (8/23/09) … logged 90 or more minutes Shots on Goal...2, 6x, last at Morehead State (10/7/11) in five games and tallied 1,140 minutes for the season … had Minutes.......... 101, 2x, last vs. UT Martin (10/24/10)

Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 17 16 19 52

GS 15 16 15 46

Goals 2 1 2 5

Bauer’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% 3 7 24 .083 1 3 18 .056 4 8 13 .154 8 18 55 .091

SOG 13 8 5 26

SOG% .542 .444 .385 .473

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Returners Forward

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5-7

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8

Jr.

8

O’Fallon, Mo.

St. Dominic

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2011: Played all 19 matches at Forward, starting five of them … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … recorded eight points on two goals and four assists … scored one goal at Iowa (8/21) … recorded a season-high three points on a goal and an assist against Jacksonville State (10/28) … dished out an assist at Evansville (9/2) and Morehead State (10/7) … made first start of the season and played 58 minutes at Eastern Kentucky (10/9) … recorded her third assist for the season at UT Martin (10/14) … played a season high of 79 minutes against UT Martin (10/21).

straight AAA title her senior campaign … registered team-highs of 15 goals and 21 assists for 51 points as a junior … also had two game-winning goals … three-year varsity letterwinner … was prep teammates with Ali Bauer … member of the school’s dance team, which she led to a state title in 2009 … was selected to play in the 2010 Missouri Athletic Club North-South Senior All-Star Game. Personal: Born April 3, 1992 … majoring in Interior Design … daugher of John and Bridget Boyko … her sister, Jenny, plays soccer at Quincy University.

JACEY BOYKO

2010: Southeast Scholar-Athlete and OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection … played in all 18 games, while making four starts … had 14 shots, five of which came over her first two games of the season … took a season-high three shots vs. Alabama A&M (8/27), where she scored her only goal … finished with two points in that game … made first career start vs. Belmont (8/22) … played a season-high 65 minutes at Western Kentucky (9/17) and vs. Quincy (10/27).

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Prep/Club: Two-time all-state and first-team All-Conference honoree at St. Dominic High School … Boyko’s Single-Game Highs at two-time All-Metro selection … Southeast Missouri led her team with 61 points as a Goals.1, 3x, last vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) senior … recorded team-highs Assists.1, 4x, last vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) of 24 goals and 21 assists … Points............. 3, vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) Shots............. 4, vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) led the team with eight gameShots on Goal... 3, vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) winning goals … St. Dominic went 21-5-2 and won its fourth- Minutes........................ 79, vs. UT Martin (10/21/11) Year 2010 2011 Total

G 18 19 37

GS 4 5 9

Goals 1 2 3

Boyko’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 0 2 14 .071 3 4 8 14 .143 9 4 10 28 .107 12

SOG% .214 .643 .429

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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8

5-5

So.

8

8

Columbia, Ill.

Columbia

8

2011: Redshirted due to injury … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 2010: OVC Medal of Honor recipient and member of the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Southeast Scholar-Athlete … saw action in 18 games and started 11 … tied for sixth on the team with 17 shots … scored two points on two assists, including one vs. Alabama A&M (8/27) and one at Murray State (10/22) … recorded three shots on goal … played the full 90 minutes in four games … had a season-high two shots vs. Washington (Mo.) (9/1).

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Personal: Born November 17, 1991 … majoring in Nursing … daughter of Robert and Jan Byrd … sister of Torey Byrd, who is also on the Southeast soccer team.

Prep/Club: Attended Columbia High School, where she was a two-time All-Sectional performer … named to the Belleville News Democrat All-Area twice during her prep career … twotime all-metro pick … 2008 Belleville News Democrat Player of the Year … named Monroe County Journal Athlete of the Year as a senior … recorded 17 goals, seven assists and a teamhigh 41 points as a senior … led her team to a third-place finish at the state tournament as a sophomore … named Metro East Player of the Year as a sophomore … Bi-State Shootout MVP … finished with a hat trick in the quarterfinal game of the 2008 State Tournament … two-time St. Louis Cardinals Athlete of the Week Byrd’s Single-Game Highs at pick … four-year varsity starter Southeast Missouri and three-time team captain … Goals....................................................................member of the cross country and Assists.........1, 2x, last at Murray State (10/22/10) girls basketball teams … led the Points...........1, 2x, last at Murray State (10/22/10) cross country team to three state Shots......................... 3, vs. Austin Peay (11/5/10) berths … finished 10th at the Shots on Goal....1, 3x, last vs. Austin Peay (11/5/10) Minutes........90, 4x, last vs. Austin Peay (11/5/10) state cross country meet as a

TAYLOR BYRD

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sophomore … all-conference honoree in cross country … won the Columbia Athletics three-sport Athlete of the Year Award as a senior … member of the U.C. United Soccer Club.

Year 2010

G 18

GS 11

Goals 0

Byrd’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 2 2 17 .000 3

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

SOG% .176

GW 0

PK-Att 0-0


Returners Midfielder

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5-7

8

So.

8

8

Columbia, Ill.

Columbia

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TOREY BYRD

Started 18 of 19 matches at midfield … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … played the entire match in nine contests, including four straight from Sept. 2-16 … played a total of 1555 minutes … tallied seven points on two goals and three assists (tied for the team lead) … recorded points in three-straight contests from Aug. 28-Sept. 9 … assisted on the game-winning goal against Arkansas State (8/28) and Butler (9/9) … scored the game-winning goal at Evansville (9/2) … also scored in the regular season finale against Tennessee Tech (10/30). Four-year starter at Columbia High School … registered 42 goals and 23 assists in her prep career … two-time team captain … garnered honorable mention all-metro honors as a junior and first-team all-metro accolades as a sophomore … scored 16 goals and finished with 13 assists for 45 points her junior season … led her team to a third-place finish at the IHSSCA State Soccer Championships as a freshman … four-year letterwinner on the cross country and basketball teams … fourtime state qualifier in cross country … all-conference cross country pick … 2010 Illinois State Scholar and National Honor Society member … ranked third in her graduating class … competed in the JB Marine Soccer Club … helped club team to three Missouri State Cup runner-up finishes. Born Feb. 16, 1993 … majoring in Physical Therapy … daughter of Byrd’s Single-Game Highs at Robert and Jan Byrd … younger Southeast Missouri sister of current Southeast Goals....1, 2x, last vs. Tennessee Tech (10/30/11) women’s soccer player Taylor Assists..................... 1, 3x, last vs. SIUE (10/2/11) Byrd. Points....2, 2x, last vs. Tennessee Tech (10/30/11)

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Shots............................ 5, at UT Martin (10/14/11) Shots on Goal..2, 3x, last vs. Tennessee Tech (10/30/11) Minutes........................110, at Saint Louis (9/16/11)

Year 2011 TOTAL

G 19 19

GS 18 18

Goals 2 2

Byrd’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 3 7 20 .100 9 3 7 20 .100 9

SOG% .450 .450

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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5-5

8

Jr.

8

8

Edwardsville, Ill.

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Edwardsville

2011: Started twice and played in 14 matches … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … tied for the gamehigh with two assists in a win over Arkansas State (8/28) … attempted two shots, both on goal, at Saint Louis (9/16)…played a season high of 77 minutes against Iowa State (10/16). 2010: Southeast Scholar-Athlete … Played in eight games and made one start as a true freshman … First career start was at Tennessee Tech (10/15) … Played a season-high 68 minutes at Arkansas State (9/19).

RACHEL COMPTON

Prep/Club: All-state, all-conference and all-sectional selection at Edwardsville High School … named to the Belleville News Democrat All-Area Team … landed a spot on the Bi-State Shootout All-Tournament Team … scored 12 goals and dished out eight assists for 32 points … led her team to three-straight regional titles … fouryear varsity letterwinner … two-time team captain … also played volleyball and softball … member of the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club. Personal: Born Oct. 14, 1991 … majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration … daughter of Roger and Debra Compton.

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Compton’s Single-Game Highs at Southeast Missouri Goals....................................................................Assists.................. 2, vs. Arkansas State (8/28/11) Points.................... 2, vs. Arkansas State (8/28/11) Shots............................ 2, at Saint Louis (9/16/11) Shots on Goal............... 2, at Saint Louis (9/16/11) Minutes.......................77, vs. Iowa State (10/16/11)

Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 7 14 22

GS 1 2 3

Goals 0 0 0

Compton’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 0 .000 0 2 2 4 .000 4 2 2 5 .000 5

SOG% .000 1.000 1.000

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0 0

Minutes PK-Att 0-0 0-0


Returners Forward

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5-5

8

8

So.

8

Jackson, Mo.

8

Jackson

2011: Played in 10 matches … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … made collegiate debut against Arkansas State (8/28) … logged a season-high 45 minutes against UT Martin (10/21) … recorded a season high of two shots against Tennessee Tech (10/30) .

KASEY CROWDEN

Prep/Club: Attended nearby Jackson High School … was rated among the Top 2011 Missouri Girls Soccer Recruits, according to Get in the Game Saint Louis Magazine … second-team Class 3 All-State Midfielder … second-team Missouri Soccer Coaches Class 3 All-State pick … 2010 Girls Class 3 All-Southeast Player of the Year … scored five of her team’s six goals vs. Cape Central High School. Personal: Born June 16, 1993 … majoring in Elementary Education … daughter of James and Karla Crowden.

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Crowden’s Single-Game Highs at Southeast Missouri Goals....................................................................Assists..................................................................Points....................................................................Shots................ 2, vs. Tennessee Tech (10/30/11) Shots on Goal.......................................................Minutes........................ 45, vs. UT Martin (10/21/11)

Year 2011 Total

G 10 10

GS 0 0

Goals 0 0

Crowden’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 5 .000 0 0 0 5 .000 0

SOG% .000 .000

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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5-4

8

8

Sr.

Fenton, Mo.

8

8

Rockwood Summit

MEG HERNDON

2011: Started all 19 matches on defense … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … played a total of 1498 minutes on the season … recorded two assists for her two points on the season … played all 90 minutes in six contests including the OVC semifinals against Morehead State (11/4) … played all 90 minutes in a shutout win over Butler (9/9) … logged a season-high 101 minutes at Saint Louis (9/16) … helped the Redhawks post three consecutive shutouts from Sept. 26 – Oct. 2 … recorded both of her assists for the year in the regular season finale against Tennessee Tech (10/30). 2010: Garnered a spot on the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Southeast Scholar-Athlete … played in 16 games and made 12 starts … had four shots, including one on goal … registered a season-high two shots vs. Eastern Illinois (10/3) … her only shot on goal was vs. Quincy (10/27) … logged a season-high 110 minutes vs. UT Martin (10/24).

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Austin Peay (10/2) … member of the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Southeast Scholar-Athlete. Prep/Club: Attended Rockwood Summit High School … earned second-team all-state honors as a senior … first-team all-conference and was named the Suburban South Conference Player of the Year … second-team all-metro selection and team MVP … first-team Suburban South All-Conference pick as a junior … also earned 110% Award that year … received the Regent’s Scholarship at Southeast … member of Vardar Soccer Club. Personal: Born July 23, 1991 … majoring in Nursing … daughter of Ian and Cindi Herndon.

2009: Saw action in 13 games and made one start … recorded one assist … registered five shots, including three shots on goal … finished with a .600 shots on goal percentage … had a season-high three Herndon’s Single-Game Highs at shots and two shots on goal vs. Southeast Missouri Evansville (8/23) … recorded Goals....................................................................first career assist and had two Assists........... 2, vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) shots vs. Alabama A&M (8/28) Points............. 2, vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) … made first career start at Shots............................3, vs. Evansville (8/23/09) UT Martin (10/11) … registerd Shots on Goal...............2, vs. Evansville (8/23/09) Minutes...................... 110, vs. UT Martin (10/24/10) a season-high 67 minutes vs. Year 2009 2010 2011 Total

G 13 16 19 48

GS 1 12 19 32

Goals 0 0 0 0

Herndon’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 1 1 5 .000 3 0 0 4 .000 1 2 2 1 .000 1 3 3 10 .000 5

SOG% .600 .250 1.000 .500

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Returners Defender

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5-1

8

So.

8

8

Bakersfield, Calif.

Liberty

8

ELLIE HIGHT

Played one match on defense … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … made collegiate debut with 12 minutes off the bench against Arkansas State (8/28). Four-year starter and letterwinner at Liberty High School … first-team all-conference selection as a senior … missed her junior year with an injury … led her team in goals, assists and points as a sophomore … attended Wasco High School during her sophomore campaign … two-time team captain … honor roll student … member of the Bible and choir clubs who competed in several choral competitions … was president of the spirit club … played under Simon Tobin and Nicole Van Dyke as a member of the Bakersfield Gunners club team. Born Jan. 18, 1993 … majoring in Historical Preservation … daughter of Berkeley and Cynthia Hight … her sister, Hillarie is also enrolled at Southeast.

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Hight’s Single-Game Highs at Southeast Missouri Goals....................................................................Assists..................................................................Points....................................................................Shots....................................................................Shots on Goal.......................................................Minutes....................8, vs. Arkansas State (8/28/11)

Year 2011 TOTAL

G 1 1

GS 0 0

Goals 0 0

Hight’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0

SOG% .000 .000

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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COURTNEY LUEHMANN

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5-8

8

8

Sr.

Charleston, Mo.

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2011: Missed the first four matches due to injury … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … played in 15 matches, starting five … made season debut against Butler (9/9) … made first start against SIU Edwardsville (10/2) where she played 65 minutes while attempting one shot … played a season high of 68 minutes and scored the game-winning goal at UT Martin (10/14) … logged a season high of 100 minutes in a double overtime match against UT Martin (10/21).

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Notre Dame

the team with two assists … recorded seven shots, including five on goal … boasted a .714 shots on goal percentage … played a season-high 110 minutes in her season-opening start vs. Indiana State (8/21) … first career assist and point came vs. Alabama A&M (8/28) … her other assist was at UT Martin (10/11) … finished with a season-high two shots at Murray State (10/29) … member of the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Southeast Scholar-Athlete.

Prep/Club: Earned all-region, all-dis2010: First-Team All-OVC selection trict and all-conference accolades at … earned ESPN/CoSIDA Academic Notre Dame High School … recorded All-District honors … named to the 14 goals and nine assists in two OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … seasons of varsity soccer … was also Southeast Scholar-Athlete … started a member of the swim team … played all 18 games … tied for second on for the Southeast Missouri Sweepers the team in scoring with 10 points Soccer Club … scored 32 goals and … ranked second on the team with recorded 15 assists over the last four five goals … led the team with three years … team captain, who led her game-winning goals, including one club squad to a 62-10-4 record. each at Arkansas State (9/19), vs. Eastern Illinois (10/3) and vs. Eastern Personal: Born Aug. 31, 1990 … maKentucky (10/8) … ranked third on joring in Pre-Occupational Therapy … the team with 34 shots and tied for daughter of Greg and Susan Luehmsecond with 10 shots on goal … tied ann … cousin, Paige, is a freshman for third in the OVC in game-winning on the Southeast soccer team. goals … posted a season-high four shots vs. Washington (Mo.) (9/1) and vs. Eastern Illinois (10/3) … played a season-high 102 minutes vs. Ball State (9/5) … logged 90 or more Luehmann’s Single-Game Highs at minutes in 11 of her starts. Southeast Missouri 2009: Started 17 of 18 games … ranked fourth on the team with 1,400 minutes played … exceeded 90 minutes in two games … tied for second on

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Year 2009 2010 2011 Total

G 18 18 15 51

GS 17 18 5 40

Goals 0 5 1 6

Goals................1, 6x, last at UT Martin (10/14/11) Assists..............1, 2x, last at UT Martin (10/11/09) Points................2, 5x, last at UT Martin (10/14/11) Shots........ 4, 2x, last vs. Eastern Illinois (10/3/10) Shots on Goal......2, 3x, last at Eastern Ky. (10/9/11) Minutes................... 110, vs. Indiana State (8/21/09)

Luehmann’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 2 2 7 .000 5 0 10 34 .147 10 0 2 10 .100 5 2 14 51 .118 20

SOG% .714 .294 .500 .392

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 3 1 4

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Returners Forward

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5-2

8

8

Jr.

8

Marion, Ill.

Marion

8

STEPHANIE PALMER

2011: Played in all 19 matches and started five at Forward … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … totaled 19 shots with nine being on goal for the season… made her first start of the season against Morehead State (10/7) … logged 681 minutes of playing time … netted first goal of the year against Arkansas State (8/28) … has a total of four points on the season … tied for third on the team with two assists.

vs. Carbondale … had 15 goals and 10 assists as a junior … added 21 goals and 19 assists her sophomore season … four-year varsity starter and two-time team captain … member of the National Honor Society … member of the Missouri Olympic Development and AFA Independence Club Teams. Personal: Born Aug. 6, 1992 … majoring in Business Administration … daughter of Richard and Mary Palmer.

2010: Named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and earned Southeast Scholar-Athlete accolades … played in 18 games with 11 starts … tied for second on the team in scoring with 10 points … ranked third on the team in goals (4) and tied for third in assists (2) … had 17 shots, seven of which were on goal … scored her first career goal vs. Belmont (8/22) … scored the game-winning goal vs. Washington (Mo.) (9/1) … recorded a season-high three points vs. Alabama A&M (8/27) … also had a season-high five shots in that match … played a season-best 77 minutes vs. Stetson (9/10) … earned OVC Defensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 7. Prep/Club: Two-time IHSSCA AllSectional selection at Marion High School … was her conference’s Palmer’s Single-Game Highs at Player of the Year as a senior Southeast Missouri … three-time all-conference Goals........1, 5x, last vs. Arkansas State (8/28/11) pick … scored 40 goals as a Assists..................... 1, 4x, last vs. SIUE (10/2/11) senior … added 15 assists and Points..................... 3, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10) registered a total of 95 points … Shots.5, 2x, last vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) led the Wildcats to their first-ever Shots on Goal........ 3, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10) regional title … scored four goals Minutes........................ 81, vs. UT Martin (10/21/11)

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Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 18 19 37

GS 11 5 16

Goals 4 1 5

Palmer’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 2 10 17 .235 7 2 4 19 .053 9 4 14 36 .139 16

SOG% .412 .474 .444

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 1 0 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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8

5-1

8

Bloomington, Ill.

8

Normal Community

8

ERIN SHULMAN

2011: Started 12 and played in 14 matches up front … named first-team All-OVC and OVC Freshman of the Year … named a Southeast ScholarAthlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … ranked second on the team with nine goals and 18 points (fourth in the OVC) … ranked second in the conference with 1.29 points per game … fired 38 shots, 23 of which were on goal … led Southeast with four game-winning goals … scored in three-straight matches, all Southeast victories, from Aug. 28-Sept. 9 … scored two goals, including the game-winner, against Arkansas State game (8/28) … scored the match’s only goal in both win’s against Butler (9/9) and Eastern Illinois (9/30) … scored two goals in a 2:17 span to lift Southeast past Austin Peay (9/23) … named OVC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 27 after totaling three goals in wins at Austin Peay and Murray State (9/26).

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So.

8

goals as a sophomore … played for the St. Louis Gallagher Soccer Club … led her 2005 and 2007 club teams to Illinois State Cup Championships. Personal: Born Dec. 17, 1992 … undecided on her major … daughter of Dave and Carolyn Shulman … her sister, Kelly, plays soccer at Indiana State.

Prep/Club: Three-time Bloomington Pantagraph Intercity Player of the Year … led the intercity in assists for the third-consecutive year with 14 and her 20 goals were only one shy of the lead … had at least one goal or assist in 18 of 25 games, helping her intercity championship team to a 22-1-2 record in 2011 and an 86-10-3 mark for her career … named Shulman’s Single-Game Highs at Normal Community High School Southeast Missouri Most Valuable Player and Goals.............. 2, 2x, last at Austin Peay (9/23/11) garnered all-state honors twice Assists..................................................................in her career … four-time Big 12 Points.............. 4, 2x, last at Austin Peay (9/23/11) Conference selection … scored Shots........ 6, 3x, last vs. Eastern Illinois (9/30/11) 24 goals and had 26 assists as Shots on Goal........... 4, vs. Eastern Illinois (9/30/11) a junior … led her team with 27 Minutes........................107, at Saint Louis (9/16/11) Year 2011 Total

G 14 14

GS 12 12

Goals 9 9

Shulman’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 0 18 38 .237 23 0 18 38 .237 23

SOG% .605 .605

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 4 4

PK-Att 0-0 0-0


Returners Midfielder

8

5-7

8

Sr.

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

8

8

Cape Central

2011: Appeared in eight matches off the bench … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … recorded three shots on the season … made season debut against Arkansas State (8/28), attempting one shot in 23 minutes … played a season high of 29 minutes against UT Martin (10/21). 2010: Did not see game action.

SARAH UPTMOR

Spring Hill College: Appeared in 16 matches with 15 starts in 2009 … finished with two goals, seven assists and one game-winning goal as a freshman. Prep/Club: First-Team all-region, all-district and all-conference selection at Cape Central High School … fourtime all-tournament Team honoree … graduated with academic honors in the top-10 percent of her class. Personal: Born Nov. 7, 1990 … majoring in Biology … daughter of Lawrence Uptmor and Cynthia Bleichroth.

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Uptmor’s Single-Game Highs at Southeast Missouri Goals....................................................................Assists..................................................................Points....................................................................Shots.1, 3x, last vs. Jacksonville State (10/28/11) Shots on Goal.......................................................Minutes........................ 29, vs. UT Martin (10/21/11)

Year 2011

G 8

GS 0

Goals 0

Uptmor’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 0 0 3 .000 0

SOG% .000

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0

PK-Att 0-0

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Returners Forward 85-7 8Jr. 8Hazelwood, Mo. 8Hazelwood West

8

2011: Appeared in 10 matches off the bench … named a Southeast Scholar-Athlete … OVC Medal of Honor recipient and member of the OVC Commissioner’s honor roll … scored first goal of the year against SIU Edwardsville (9/30) … played a season high of 39 minutes against UT Martin (10/21) … played a total of 205 minutes. 2010: Southeast Scholar-Athlete and OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree … played in 10 games … Scored two goals and finished with a season-high six points vs. Alabama A&M (8/27) … took six shots, including four on goal in that game … played a season-high 57 minutes vs. Quincy (10/27).

AMY WARD

Prep/Club: Second-team all-state selection and three-time allconference pick at Hazelwood West High School … all-metro honoree who tallied 15 goals, 12 assists and 42 points as a senior … led the team in game-winning goals … led Hazelwood West High to a 25-2 record and No. 31 national ranking … member of the AFA Independence Club Team … was selected to play in the 2010 Missouri Athletic Club North-South Senior AllStar Game. Personal: Born Aug. 27, 1991 Ward’s Single-Game Highs at … majoring in Mechanical & Southeast Missouri Manufacturing Systems … daughter of Goals..................... 2, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10) Terry and Patricia Ward. Assists................... 2, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10)

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Points..................... 6, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10) Shots..................... 6, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10) Shots on Goal........ 4, vs. Alabama A&M (8/27/10) Minutes............................ 57, vs. Quincy (10/27/10)

Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 10 10 20

GS 0 0 0

Goals 2 1 3

Ward’s Career Totals at Southeast Missouri Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG 2 6 7 .286 4 0 2 2 .500 2 2 8 9 .333 6

SOG% .571 1.000 .667

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0


Returner Statistics Hayley Abbott 2009 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/21 Indiana State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 110 8/23 Evansville* 0 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 0-0 90 8/28 Alabama A&M* 1 1 3 6 .100 2 .400 0 0-0 69 8/30 Northern Illinois* 1 0 2 2 .167 1 .417 1 0-0 90 9/4 vs. Western Mich.* 0 0 0 0 .167 0 .417 0 0-0 90 9/6 vs. UMKC* 0 0 0 0 .167 0 .417 0 0-0 81 9/11 at Northwestern St.* 0 0 0 1 .154 1 .462 0 0-0 90 9/13 Western Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .154 0 .462 0 0-0 90 9/25 at Washington U* 0 0 0 1 .143 0 .429 0 0-0 90 9/27 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 3 .118 1 .412 0 0-0 110 10/02 Austin Peay* 0 0 0 2 .105 2 .474 0 0-0 110 10/11 at UT Martin* 0 0 0 0 .105 0 .474 0 0-0 90 10/16 Jacksonville State* 0 0 0 0 .105 0 .474 0 0-0 90 10/18 Tennessee Tech* 0 0 0 3 .091 1 .455 0 0-0 90 10/23 at Morehead State* 0 0 0 3 .080 0 .400 0 0-0 110 10/25 at Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .080 0 .400 0 0-0 90 10/29 at Murray State* 0 0 0 0 .080 0 .400 0 0-0 90 10/30 at SIU Edwardsville* 0 0 0 1 .077 0 .385 0 0-0 92 Totals 2 1 5 26 .077 10 .385 1 0-0 1672 2010 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/22 Belmont* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 110 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 52 8/29 vs. South Florida* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 9/1 Washington U* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 9/5 Ball State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 102 9/10 Stetson* 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 90 9/17 at Western Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .500 0 0-0 84 9/19 at Arkansas State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .500 0 0-0 90 9/24 at Jacksonville St.* 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .333 0 0-0 86 9/26 at Austin Peay* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .333 0 0-0 90 10/3 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .333 0 0-0 90 10/8 Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .333 0 0-0 90 10/10 Morehead State* 0 0 0 3 .000 0 .167 0 0-0 87 10/15 at Tennessee Tech* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 .286 0 0-0 81 10/22 at Murray State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .286 0 0-0 83 10/24 UT Martin* 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .250 0 0-0 110 10/27 Quincy* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .250 0 0-0 81 11/5 vs. Austin Peay* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .250 0 0-0 90 Totals 0 0 0 8 .000 2 .250 0 0-0 1596 2011 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/19 at Illinois State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 8/21 at Iowa* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 82 8/28 Arkansas State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 78 9/2 at Evansville* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 90 9/9 vs Butler* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 90 9/11 at Kentucky* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 90 9/16 at Saint Louis* 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .800 0 0-0 110 9/23 at Austin Peay* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .800 0 0-0 90 9/26 at Murray State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .800 0 0-0 84 9/30 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 2 .000 2 .857 0 0-0 90 10/2 SIU Edwardsville* 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .750 0 0-0 70 10/7 at Morehead State* 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .667 0 0-0 81 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .667 0 0-0 90

10/14 10/16 10/21 10/28 10/30 11/4

at UT Martin* Iowa State* UT Martin* Jacksonville State* Tennessee Tech* Morehead State* Totals

0 0 0 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 2

0 0 0 0 2 1 12

.000 .000 .000 .000 .091 .083 .083

0 0 0 0 1 1 8

.667 .667 .667 .667 .636 .667 .667

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 90 0-0 30 0-0 77 0-0 58 0-0 66 0-0 80 0-0 1536

Ashton Aubuchon 2010 Min GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho 8/22 Belmont* 110:00 1 0.82 3 .750 1 0 0 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M* 57:32 1 1.07 2 .714 2 0 0 8/29 vs. South Florida* 90:00 4 2.10 5 .625 2 1 0 9/1 Washington U* 90:00 0 1.55 3 .684 3 1 0 1 9/5 Ball State* 102:21 3 1.80 6 .679 3 2 0 9/17 at Western Ky.* 90:00 1 1.67 6 .714 3 3 0 9/19 at Arkansas State* 90:00 0 1.43 7 .762 4 3 0 1 9/24 at Jacksonville St. 90:00 2 1.50 3 .745 4 4 0 9/26 at Austin Peay* 90:00 0 1.33 0 .745 5 4 0 1 10/3 Eastern Illinois* 90:00 0 1.20 1 .750 6 4 0 1 10/8 Eastern Kentucky* 90:00 0 1.09 3 .765 7 4 0 1 10/10 Morehead State* 90:00 3 1.25 4 .741 7 5 0 10/15 at Tennessee Tech* 90:00 1 1.23 2 .738 7 6 0 10/22 at Murray State* 90:00 1 1.21 0 .726 8 6 0 10/24 UT Martin* 110:00 0 1.12 6 .750 8 6 1 1 11/5 vs. Austin Peay* 90:00 3 1.23 3 .730 8 7 1 Totals 1459:53 20 1.23 54 .730 8 7 1 6 2011 Min GA GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho 8/19 at Illinois State* 90:00 2 2.00 3 .600 1 0 0 8/21 at Iowa* 90:00 2 2.00 8 .733 1 1 0 8/28 Arkansas State* 81:36 0 1.38 2 .765 2 1 0 9/2 at Evansville* 78:56 0 1.06 4 .810 3 1 0 9/9 vs Butler* 90:00 0 0.84 2 .826 4 1 0 1 9/11 at Kentucky* 90:00 2 1.04 5 .800 4 2 0 9/16 at Saint Louis* 110:00 0 0.86 3 .818 4 2 1 1 9/23 at Austin Peay* 90:00 1 0.87 6 .825 5 2 1 9/26 at Murray State* 90:00 0 0.78 6 .848 6 2 1 1 9/30 Eastern Illinois* 90:00 0 0.70 1 .851 7 2 1 1 10/2 SIU Edwardsville* 90:00 0 0.64 2 .857 8 2 1 1 10/7 at Morehead State* 90:00 2 0.75 2 .830 8 3 1 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky* 90:00 0 0.69 7 .850 9 3 1 1 10/14 at UT Martin* 90:00 1 0.71 2 .841 10 3 1 10/16 Iowa State* 90:00 2 0.80 4 .826 10 4 1 10/28 Jacksonville State* 90:00 0 0.75 1 .829 11 4 1 1 10/30 Tennessee Tech* 90:00 0 0.71 4 .838 12 4 1 1 11/4 Morehead State* 90:00 2 0.78 5 .827 12 5 1 Totals 1620:32 14 0.78 67 .827 12 5 1 8 Chelsea Ballard 2010 G 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M 0 8/29 vs. South Florida 0 9/1 Washington U. 0 9/5 Ball State 0 9/17 at Western Kentucky* 0 9/19 at Arkansas State 0

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 70 55 5 18 25 8

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Returner Statistics 9/24 at Jacksonville State 9/26 at Austin Peay 10/10 Morehead State 10/22 at Murray State 10/27 Quincy 11/5 vs. Austin Peay Totals

0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 56 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 18 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 29 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 45 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 333

2011 8/19 at Illinois State 8/28 Arkansas State 9/11 at Kentucky 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/16 Iowa State 10/21 UT Martin 10/28 Jacksonville State 10/30 Tennessee Tech 11/4 Morehead State Totals

G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 12 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 9 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 20 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 25 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 37 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 26 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 10 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 144

Ali Bauer 2009 8/21 Indiana State* 8/23 Evansville* 8/28 Alabama A&M* 8/30 Northern Illinois* 9/4 vs. Western Mich.* 9/6 vs. UMKC* 9/11 at Northwestern St.* 9/13 Western Kentucky* 9/25 at Washington U* 9/27 Eastern Illinois* 10/2 Austin Peay* 10/11 at UT Martin* 10/16 Jacksonville State* 10/18 Tennessee Tech* 10/23 at Morehead State 10/25 at Eastern Kentucky 10/29 at Murray State* Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 7 24

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .083 1 .077 1 .133 2 .125 1 .100 2 .100 0 .095 1 .095 0 .087 0 .087 0 .087 0 .083 0 .083 13

SOG% GW .000 0 .333 0 .375 0 .444 0 .400 0 .417 0 .462 0 .533 0 .562 0 .550 0 .550 0 .571 0 .571 0 .522 0 .522 0 .522 0 .542 0 .542 0

PK-A Min 0-0 79 0-0 90 0-0 58 0-0 70 0-0 78 0-0 60 0-0 86 0-0 57 0-0 28 0-0 94 0-0 101 0-0 62 0-0 37 0-0 58 0-0 71 0-0 50 0-0 61 0-0 1140

2010 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/22 Belmont* 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 100 8/29 vs. South Florida* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 82 9/1 Washington U* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 9/5 Ball State* 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 85 9/10 Stetson* 1 0 2 2 .167 1 .333 0 0-0 90 9/17 at Western Kentucky* 0 0 0 1 .143 0 .286 0 0-0 81 9/19 at Arkansas State* 0 0 0 1 .125 0 .250 0 0-0 36 9/24 at Jacksonville State* 0 0 0 2 .100 2 .400 0 0-0 77 9/26 at Austin Peay* 0 0 0 1 .091 1 .455 0 0-0 60 10/3 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 2 .077 2 .538 0 0-0 86 10/8 Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 1 .071 0 .500 0 0-0 66 10/10 Morehead State* 0 0 0 1 .067 0 .467 0 0-0 75 10/15 at Tennessee Tech* 0 0 0 0 .067 0 .467 0 0-0 42 10/22 at Murray State* 0 0 0 0 .067 0 .467 0 0-0 80 10/24 UT Martin* 0 0 0 1 .062 0 .438 0 0-0 101

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11/5 vs. Austin Peay* Totals

0 1

0 1

0 3

2 18

2011 8/19 at Illinois State* 8/21 at Iowa* 8/28 Arkansas State* 9/2 at Evansville* 9/9 vs Butler* 9/11 at Kentucky* 9/16 at Saint Louis* 9/23 at Austin Peay* 9/26 at Murray State* 9/30 Eastern Illinois* 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/7 at Morehead State 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky 10/14 at UT Martin* 10/16 Iowa State* 10/21 UT Martin* 10/28 Jacksonville State* 10/30 Tennessee Tech* 11/4 Morehead State* Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 13

.056 .056

1 8

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .167 1 .167 0 .167 0 .167 0 .222 2 .200 1 .200 0 .200 0 .200 0 .154 1 .154 0 .154 0 .154 5

.444 .444

0 0

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .167 0 .167 0 .167 0 .167 0 .333 0 .400 0 .400 0 .400 0 .400 0 .385 0 .385 0 .385 0 .385 0

0-0 90 0-0 1241 PK-A Min 0-0 56 0-0 46 0-0 82 0-0 46 0-0 79 0-0 55 0-0 74 0-0 58 0-0 46 0-0 60 0-0 48 0-0 54 0-0 64 0-0 48 0-0 81 0-0 54 0-0 45 0-0 43 0-0 43 0-0 1082

Jacey Boyko 2010 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/22 Belmont* 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 49 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M 1 0 2 3 .200 1 .200 0 0-0 57 8/29 vs. South Florida 0 0 0 0 .200 0 .200 0 0-0 32 9/1 Washington U 0 0 0 1 .167 0 .167 0 0-0 36 9/5 Ball State 0 0 0 1 .143 0 .143 0 0-0 32 9/10 Stetson 0 0 0 1 .125 1 .250 0 0-0 35 9/17 at Western Kentucky 0 0 0 2 .100 0 .200 0 0-0 65 9/19 at Arkansas State 0 0 0 0 .100 0 .200 0 0-0 59 9/24 at Jacksonville State* 0 0 0 0 .100 0 .200 0 0-0 58 9/26 at Austin Peay* 0 0 0 1 .091 1 .273 0 0-0 61 10/3 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 1 .083 0 .250 0 0-0 45 10/8 Eastern Kentucky 0 0 0 0 .083 0 .250 0 0-0 17 10/10 Morehead State 0 0 0 0 .083 0 .250 0 0-0 48 10/15 at Tennessee Tech 0 0 0 0 .083 0 .250 0 0-0 50 10/22 at Murray State 0 0 0 0 .083 0 .250 0 0-0 36 10/24 UT Martin 0 0 0 0 .083 0 .250 0 0-0 14 10/27 Quincy 0 0 0 1 .077 0 .231 0 0-0 65 11/5 vs. Austin Peay 0 0 0 1 .071 0 .214 0 0-0 16 Totals 1 0 2 14 .071 3 .214 0 0-0 775 2011 8/19 at Illinois State 8/21 at Iowa 8/28 Arkansas State 9/2 at Evansville 9/9 vs Butler 9/11 at Kentucky 9/16 at Saint Louis 9/23 at Austin Peay 9/26 at Murray State

G 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Shot% SOG .000 0 1.000 1 1.000 0 .333 0 .250 1 .200 0 .200 0 .200 0 .167 1

SOG% GW .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .333 0 .500 0 .400 0 .400 0 .400 0 .500 0

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 36 38 51 37 11 17 13 16 24


Returner Statistics 9/30 Eastern Illinois 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/7 at Morehead State 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky* 10/14 at UT Martin* 10/16 Iowa State* 10/21 UT Martin* 10/28 Jacksonville State* 10/30 Tennessee Tech 11/4 Morehead State Totals

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

Taylor Byrd 2010 G 8/22 Belmont* 0 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M* 0 8/29 vs. South Florida* 0 9/1 Washington U* 0 9/5 Ball State* 0 9/10 Stetson 0 9/17 at Western Kentucky 0 9/19 at Arkansas State* 0 9/24 at Jacksonville State* 0 9/26 at Austin Peay 0 10/3 Eastern Illinois 0 10/8 Eastern Kentucky 0 10/10 Morehead State 0 10/15 at Tennessee Tech 0 10/22 at Murray State* 0 10/24 UT Martin* 0 10/27 Quincy* 0 11/5 vs. Austin Peay* 0 Totals 0 Torey Byrd 2011 8/19 at Illinois State* 8/21 at Iowa* 8/28 Arkansas State* 9/2 at Evansville* 9/9 vs Butler* 9/11 at Kentucky* 9/16 at Saint Louis* 9/23 at Austin Peay* 9/26 at Murray State* 9/30 Eastern Illinois* 10/2 SIU Edwardsville* 10/7 at Morehead State* 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky* 10/14 at UT Martin* 10/16 Iowa State* 10/21 UT Martin* 10/28 Jacksonville State* 10/30 Tennessee Tech 11/04 Morehead State* Totals

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 8

0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 0 0 14

A Pts Sh 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 2 17

.167 .167 .167 .167 .125 .125 .100 .143 .143 .143 .143

0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 9

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000 3

.500 .500 .500 .500 .500 .500 .600 .643 .643 .643 .643

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .250 0 .200 0 .200 0 .200 0 .167 0 .167 0 .167 0 .125 0 .125 0 .111 0 .100 0 .083 0 .083 0 .143 0 .176 0 .176 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

24 31 41 58 51 42 79 41 34 7 651

PK-A Min 0-0 87 0-0 90 0-0 44 0-0 71 0-0 51 0-0 38 0-0 52 0-0 90 0-0 43 0-0 52 0-0 37 0-0 10 0-0 16 0-0 28 0-0 79 0-0 73 0-0 90 0-0 90 0-0 1041

G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 75 1 0 2 1 .500 1 .500 1 0-0 90 0 1 1 0 .500 0 .500 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 0 .500 0 .500 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 1 .333 1 .667 0 0-0 110 0 0 0 2 .200 0 .400 0 0-0 85 0 0 0 0 .200 0 .400 0 0-0 45 0 0 0 0 .200 0 .400 0 0-0 90 0 1 1 1 .167 0 .333 0 0-0 68 0 0 0 0 .167 0 .333 0 0-0 82 0 0 0 0 .167 0 .333 0 0-0 67 0 0 0 5 .091 2 .364 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 0 .091 0 .364 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 3 .071 1 .357 0 0-0 107 0 0 0 4 .056 2 .389 0 0-0 67 1 0 2 2 .100 2 .450 0 0-0 75 0 0 0 0 .100 0 .450 0 0-0 54 2 3 7 20 .100 9 .450 1 0-0 1555

Rachel Compton 2010 9/19 at Arkansas State 10/8 Eastern Kentucky 10/10 Morehead State 10/15 at Tennessee Tech* 10/22 at Murray State 10/24 UT Martin 11/5 vs. Austin Peay Totals

G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 68 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 29 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 47 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 57 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 24 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 29 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 23 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

2011 8/19 at Illinois State* 8/21 at Iowa* 8/28 Arkansas State 9/2 at Evansville 9/9 vs Butler 9/11 at Kentucky 9/16 at Saint Louis 9/26 at Murray State 9/30 Eastern Illinois 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky 10/14 at UT Martin 10/16 Iowa State 10/21 UT Martin Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 2 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 4

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 71 54 50 24 52 43 47 26 14 45 47 38 77 47 635

Kasey Crowden 2011 8/28 Arkansas State 9/2 at Evansville 9/26 at Murray State 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky 10/14 at UT Martin 10/16 Iowa State 10/21 UT Martin 10/28 Jacksonville State 10/30 Tennessee Tech Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 5

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 12 18 13 8 8 15 33 45 23 16 191

Meg Herndon 2009 G 8/23 Evansville 0 8/28 Alabama A&M 0 8/30 Northern Illinois 0 9/4 vs. Western Michigan 0 9/25 at Washington U 0 9/27 Eastern Illinois 0 10/2 Austin Peay 0 10/11 at UT Martin* 0 10/16 Jacksonville State 0 10/18 Tennessee Tech 0 10/23 at Morehead State 0 10/25 at Eastern Kentucky 0 10/30 at SIU Edwardsville 0

A Pts Sh 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shot% SOG .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

SOG% GW .667 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0 .600 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 22 41 20 12 28 63 67 24 34 13 9 21 29

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1

5

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3

.600

0

0-0 383

2010 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/22 Belmont 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 22 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 58 9/1 Washington U 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 15 9/5 Ball State 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 43 9/17 at Western Kentucky 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 65 9/19 at Arkansas State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 82 9/24 at Jacksonville State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 67 9/26 at Austin Peay* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 75 10/3 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 10/8 Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 10/10 Morehead State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 76 10/15 at Tennessee Tech* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 85 10/22 at Murray State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 84 10/24 UT Martin* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 110 10/27 Quincy* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 90 11/5 vs. Austin Peay 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .250 0 0-0 67 Totals 0 0 0 4 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 1119 2011 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 8/19 at Illinois State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 73 8/21 at Iowa* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 74 8/28 Arkansas State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 78 9/2 at Evansville* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 82 9/9 vs Butler* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 9/11 at Kentucky* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 81 9/16 at Saint Louis* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 101 9/23 at Austin Peay* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 9/26 at Murray State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 9/30 Eastern Illinois* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 76 10/2 SIU Edwardsville* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 77 10/7 at Morehead State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 56 10/14 at UT Martin* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 52 10/16 Iowa State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 78 10/21 UT Martin* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 63 10/28 Jacksonville State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 76 10/30 Tennessee Tech* 0 2 2 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 81 11/4 Morehead State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 90 Totals 0 2 2 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 1498 Courtney Luehmann 2009 8/21 Indiana State* 8/23 Evansville* 8/28 Alabama A&M* 8/30 Northern Illinois* 9/4 vs. Western Mich.* 9/6 vs. UMKC* 9/11 at Northwestern St.* 9/13 Western Kentucky* 9/25 at Washington U 9/27 Eastern Illinois* 10/2 Austin Peay* 10/11 at UT Martin*

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G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 110 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 59 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 90 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 63 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 79 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 82 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 38 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 53 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 85 0 1 1 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 75

10/16 Jacksonville State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 90 10/18 Tennessee Tech* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 90 10/23 at Morehead State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0-0 80 10/25 at Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 44 10/29 at Murray State* 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .667 0 0-0 90 10/30 at SIU Edwardsville* 0 0 0 1 .000 1 .714 0 0-0 92 Totals 0 2 2 7 .000 5 .714 0 0-0 1400 2010 G 8/22 Belmont* 0 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M* 1 8/29 vs. South Florida* 0 9/1 Washington U* 0 9/5 Ball State* 0 9/10 Stetson* 0 9/17 at Western Kentucky* 0 9/19 at Arkansas State* 1 9/24 at Jacksonville State* 0 9/26 at Austin Peay* 0 10/3 Eastern Illinois* 1 10/8 Eastern Kentucky* 0 10/10 Morehead State* 0 10/15 at Tennessee Tech* 0 10/22 at Murray State* 0 10/24 UT Martin* 0 10/27 Quincy* 0 11/5 vs. Austin Peay* 1 Totals 5

A Pts Sh 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 10 34

Shot% SOG .000 1 .333 1 .200 0 .111 0 .091 0 .071 1 .062 0 .118 1 .105 0 .105 0 .130 2 .148 2 .148 0 .143 0 .138 0 .133 1 .121 0 .147 1 .147 10

SOG% GW .500 0 .667 0 .400 0 .222 0 .182 0 .214 0 .188 0 .235 1 .211 0 .211 0 .261 1 .296 1 .296 0 .286 0 .276 0 .300 0 .273 0 .294 0 .294 3

PK-A Min 0-0 101 0-0 45 0-0 90 0-0 85 0-0 102 0-0 90 0-0 90 0-0 90 0-0 86 0-0 68 0-0 70 0-0 82 0-0 90 0-0 90 0-0 84 0-0 101 0-0 90 0-0 90 0-0 1544

2011 G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A Min 9/9 vs Butler 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 11 9/11 at Kentucky 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 35 9/16 at Saint Louis 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 40 9/23 at Austin Peay 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 32 9/26 at Murray State 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 44 9/30 Eastern Illinois 0 0 0 1 .000 1 .667 0 0-0 30 10/2 SIU Edwardsville* 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .500 0 0-0 65 10/7 at Morehead State* 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .500 0 0-0 59 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky* 0 0 0 2 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 53 10/14 at UT Martin 1 0 2 2 .125 1 .625 1 0-0 68 10/16 Iowa State* 0 0 0 0 .125 0 .625 0 0-0 64 10/21 UT Martin* 0 0 0 1 .111 0 .556 0 0-0 100 10/28 Jacksonville State 0 0 0 0 .111 0 .556 0 0-0 45 10/30 Tennessee Tech 0 0 0 1 .100 0 .500 0 0-0 47 11/4 Morehead State 0 0 0 0 .100 0 .500 0 0-0 10 Totals 1 0 2 10 .100 5 .500 1 0-0 703 Stephanie Palmer 2010 G 8/22 Belmont 1 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M* 1 8/29 vs. South Florida 0 9/1 Washington U* 1 9/5 Ball State* 1 9/10 Stetson* 0 9/17 at Western Kentucky* 0 9/19 at Arkansas State* 0

A Pts Sh 0 2 3 1 3 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shot% SOG .333 1 .250 3 .250 0 .300 1 .364 1 .333 0 .333 0 .333 0

SOG% GW .333 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 1 .545 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0

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PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 62 62 32 49 70 77 65 34


Returner Statistics 9/24 9/26 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/22 10/24 10/27 11/5

at Jacksonville State at Austin Peay* Eastern Illinois* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* at Tennessee Tech at Murray State UT Martin Quincy* vs. Austin Peay Totals

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 10 17

.308 .308 .308 .267 .267 .267 .267 .250 .235 .235 .235

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

2011 8/19 at Illinois State 8/21 at Iowa 8/28 Arkansas State 9/2 at Evansville 9/9 vs Butler 9/11 at Kentucky 9/16 at Saint Louis 9/23 at Austin Peay 9/26 at Murray State 9/30 Eastern Illinois 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/7 at Morehead State* 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky 10/14 at UT Martin 10/16 Iowa State 10/21 UT Martin* 10/28 Jacksonville State* 10/30 Tennessee Tech* 11/4 Morehead State* Totals

G 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 4 19

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .500 1 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .167 2 .125 1 .111 1 .100 1 .100 0 .091 0 .062 1 .053 2 .053 0 .053 9

Erin Shulman 2011 8/19 at Illinois State* 8/21 at Iowa* 8/28 Arkansas State* 9/2 at Evansville* 9/9 vs Butler* 9/11 at Kentucky* 9/16 at Saint Louis* 9/23 at Austin Peay* 9/26 at Murray State* 9/30 Eastern Illinois* 10/2 SIU Edwardsville* 10/28 Jacksonville State 10/30 Tennessee Tech 11/4 Morehead State* Totals

G 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 9

A Pts Sh 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 4 6 0 2 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 6 0 2 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 18 38

Sarah Uptmor 2011 8/28 Arkansas State 9/2 at Evansville 10/2 SIU Edwardsville

G A Pts Sh 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.462 .462 .462 .467 .467 .467 .467 .438 .412 .412 .412

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

28 55 34 37 22 10 36 34 48 19 774

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .556 0 .600 0 .600 0 .545 0 .438 0 .474 0 .474 0 .474 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 40 32 44 37 0 14 26 5 21 24 50 41 41 35 46 81 78 66 73 754

Shot% SOG .333 3 .200 1 .273 3 .286 2 .333 1 .333 0 .263 1 .280 5 .308 1 .281 4 .281 0 .265 1 .250 0 .237 1 .237 23

SOG% GW 1.000 0 .800 0 .636 1 .643 0 .667 1 .667 0 .579 0 .640 1 .654 0 .656 1 .656 0 .647 0 .611 0 .605 0 .605 4

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 71 72 54 71 90 73 97 90 77 73 15 49 34 90 956

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 23 8 8

10/9 at Eastern Kentucky 10/16 Iowa State 10/21 UT Martin 10/28 Jacksonville State 10/30 Tennessee Tech Totals

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 0 3

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0

Amy Ward 2010 8/22 Belmont 8/27 vs. Alabama A&M 8/29 vs. South Florida 9/1 Washington U 9/5 Ball State 9/10 Stetson 9/19 at Arkansas State 10/22 at Murray State 10/27 Quincy 11/5 vs. Austin Peay Totals

G 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 2 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 7

Shot% SOG .000 0 .333 4 .333 0 .333 0 .333 0 .286 0 .286 0 .286 0 .286 0 .286 0 .286 4

2011 9/23 at Austin Peay 9/26 at Murray State 10/2 SIU Edwardsville 10/7 at Morehead State 10/9 at Eastern Kentucky 10/14 at UT Martin 10/16 Iowa State 10/21 UT Martin 10/28 Jacksonville State 10/30 Tennessee Tech Totals

G 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

A Pts Sh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Shot% SOG .000 0 .000 0 1.000 1 1.000 0 .500 1 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 0 .500 2

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

17 2 29 12 15 114

SOG% GW .000 0 .667 0 .667 0 .667 0 .667 0 .571 0 .571 0 .571 0 .571 0 .571 0 .571 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 27 52 32 19 20 8 26 4 57 9 254

SOG% GW .000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0

PK-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Min 5 6 14 9 16 20 28 39 34 34 205

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8 Breana Beine Forward 85-6 8Jr. 8 St. Peters, Mo. 8 Evansville 8

Transfer from Evansville who will sit out this fall. 2010-11 (Evansville): Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year and first team All-Missouri Valley Conference pick in 2010… finished sixth in the MVC with 0.37 goals per match and seventh with 0.84 points per match … scored twice in a 4-1 win over Northern Iowa … also scored goals against Middle Tennessee, Miami, Drake, Loyola and in the MVC Tournament quarterfinal win at Drake … led the Aces in goals (7), points (16), shots (33), shots on goal (19) and game-winning goals (2) … tallied seven points on three goals and an assist in 2011.

High School/Club: Second team allstate… second team all-metro … first team all-conference and GAC Player of the Year … scored 23 goals in 2009 … played club soccer for St. Louis Scott Gallagher … team competed in MRL and National Red Bull League … 2008 and 2009 state finalist … Missouri ODP State Team 2007 … Missouri ODP Regional Pool Player 2007 … honored as Saint Louis Soccer Hall of Fame “Future Soccer Star” in 2009.

Midfielder 85-4 8Fr. 8 New South Wales, Australia 8 Cootamundra 8

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Forward 85-11 8 St. Louis, Mo. 8 Nerinx Hall

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High School/Club: Played club ball for WC St. Louis under coaches Rob Doebber and Mike Deane … lettered four times in soccer. Personal: Parents are Tom Brendel and Elaine Johnson … born on Feb. 26, 1994.

Personal: Breanna Renee Beine … born March 12, 1992 in St. Louis, Mo … daughter of Don Beine and Donna Harris.

13 Jenna Collingridge

High School/Club: Competed for the New South Wales Country team from 2007-10 … NSW Country team won the U15 national tournament in 2008 … claimed a spot on the New South Wales Combined High Schools team for the 2010-11 seasons … won two national tournaments in her time with the combined high schools team … named an all-star in 2010 … earned a spot on the Select 11 team in 2007 … also played for the Western NSW Panthers, which competed in the premier league of the U14 and U16 age groups in 2008.

24 Ashley Brendel

Personal: Born Jan. 1, 1994 … daughter of Paul and Kathy Collingridge.

23 Storm French Defender/Forward 85-8 8Fr. 8 Perryville, Mo. 8 St. Vincent

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High School/Club: Lettered all four years in soccer … tallied seven goals and a team-high 13 assists for 27 points while leading her team to a 19-5-1 record and a No. 1 state ranking in 2012 … named first-team all-region, first-team all-district, firstteam all-conference and all-state as a senior … named Missouri State Class 1 Defensive Player of the Year and AllSoutheast Player of the Year in 2011 and 2012 … tabbed Defensive Player of the Year in the Southeast region … helped lead team to three state

final four appearances, including a state championship as a freshman in 2009 … three-time all-state performer who earned first-team honors in 2010 and 2011 … tallied 48 goals and 129 points through her junior season … helped lead club team to Missouri Youth Soccer Association State Cup titles in 2010 and 2011. Personal: Born March 29, 1994 … parents are Mike and Lesli French.

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Newcomers

14 Ashley Geist

17 Amy Harrington

Forward 85-4 8Fr. 8 St. Louis, Mo. 8 Hazelwood West

Defender 85-1 8Fr. 8 Granite City, Ill. 8 Granite City

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High School/Club: Selected to play in the North-South Senior All-Star game … named first-team all-conference and second-team all-metro … tallied 45 goals and totaled 126 career points through her junior season … named team captain as a junior and senior … led squad to a 25-2 record as a junior … tabbed second-team all-state as a junior and named honorable mention all-state as a sophomore … earned first-team all-conference honors three-straight seasons … high school teammate of current Redhawks

Ashton Aubuchon and Amy Ward. Personal: Born Jan. 29, 1994 … daughter of Kathy and Jeff Geist.

9 Tenealle Hay Midfielder/Defender 85-6 8Fr. 8 New South Wales, Australia 8 Picton 8

High School/Club: Two-year member of the New South Wales Institute of Sport Premier League … took two international tours with Australian girls team, playing tournaments in England, China, Ireland and Japan … participated in nationals with her team winning twice in her three years … tabbed all-county and all-metro … earned school’s regional blue award. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1994 … parents are Shane and Melissa Hay.

8

High School/Club: Tabbed a four-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com … led St. Louis Scott Gallagher club team to four Missouri State Cup titles … club team won the 2009 Midwest League title and the 2010 US National League title … club team placed second at 2011 US National Championships … lettered four times in soccer … led team to a state title as a junior … placed on the Illinois all-sectional team as a junior. Personal: Born Jan. 14, 1994 … daughter of Joe and Stacey Harrington.

0 Renee Kertz Goalkeeper 85-9 8 St. Louis, Mo. 8 Notre Dame 8

College (Softball): Started all 214 games in her four seasons, 164 of which were at shortstop … drove in a team-high 45 runs as a senior, fourth most in the Ohio Valley Conference … named second-team All-OVC after hitting .328 with a school-record 48 RBI as a junior … helped lead team within one victory of an NCAA Tournament berth in 2011. High School/Club: Earned two varsity letters in soccer while also playing softball and basketball … led team

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two-straight state final four appearances, including a runner-up finish as a senior … played in the North/South High School All-Star Game … named team MVP in basketball and softball … basketball team finished fourth in the state as a senior. Personal: Born May 9, 1990 … majoring in Exercise Science and PrePhysical Therapy … daughter of Tim and Sandy Kertz.

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12 Paige Luehmann Defender/Midfielder 85-1 8Fr. 8 Granite City, Ill. 8 Granite City 8

High School/Club: Cousin of Southeast Midfielder Paige Luehmann … led club team to four Missouri State Cup titles … club team won the 2009 Midwest League title and the 2010 US National League title … club squad also placed second at the 2011 US National Championships … guided team to a state title as a junior … tabbed Madison County Female Athlete of the Year as a senior … named second-team all-conference as a senior … also garnered academic all-conference … received the Granite

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City Scholar-Athlete Award. Personal: Born April 5, 1994 … daughter of Carl and Janine Luehmann … cousin, Courtney, is a senior on the Redhawks.

#26 Breck Robinson Midfielder 85-4 8Fr. 8 Tucson, Ariz. 8 Ironwood Ridge 8

High School/Club: Named Player of the Tournament in the 2011 State Titles Tournament … captained Queensland Schools State Team at nationals … team finished third in the Queensland School State Titles Tournament and finished runner-up at nationals … selected for the Australian Schoolgirls team that went undefeated during its tour of England, Wales and Ireland … played for the Gap Football club of the Premier League the past two seasons … selected to train with the Queensland Academy of Sport Squad in 2012.

Personal: Born Aug. 18, 1994 … parents are Warwick and Karen Ward … also has two sisters, Sophie and Jenna.

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2011 Final Statistics 2011 Schedule/Results Record All Games Conference Non-conference Date Aug 19, 2011 Aug 21, 2011 Aug 28, 2011 Sep 02, 2011 Sep 09, 2011 Sep 11, 2011 Sep 16, 2011 Sep 23, 2011 Sep 26, 2011 Sep 30, 2011 Oct 02, 2011 Oct 07, 2011 Oct 09, 2011 Oct 14, 2011 Oct 16, 2011 Oct 21, 2011 Oct 28, 2011 Oct 30, 2011 Nov 04, 2011

Team Statistics Overall 12-6-1 8-1-0 4-5-1

Opponent at Illinois State at Iowa Arkansas State at Evansville vs Butler # at Kentucky # at Saint Louis at Austin Peay * at Murray State * EASTERN ILLINOIS * SIU EDWARDSVILLE * at Morehead State * at EKU * at UT Martin * IOWA STATE UT MARTIN JACKSONVILLE STATE * TENNESSEE TECH * MOREHEAD STATE !

Home Away Neutral 5-3-0 6-3-1 1-0-0 4-0-0 4-1-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 2-2-1 1-0-0 W/L Score W 3-2 L 1-2 W 4-0 W 3-0 W 1-0 L 0-2 T O2 0-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 4-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 2-1 L 0-2 L O2 1-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 1-2

Attend 259 150 483 181 1313 442 296 330 115 602 297 480 151 126 296 287 212 203 427

# = Tropical Smoothie Inv. (Lexington, Ky.) ! = OVC Tournament (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) * = OVC Match

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Goals by Period Southeast Missouri Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 17 18 0 0 35 6 9 0 1 16

Shots by Period Southeast Missouri Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 120 136 3 1 260 104 144 2 5 255

Saves by Period Southeast Missouri Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 33 40 0 2 75 45 57 0 1 103

Corner Kicks by Period Southeast Missouri Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 30 41 2 1 74 32 47 1 4 84

Fouls by Period Southeast Missouri Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 80 85 0 4 169 76 89 1 1 167

Shot Statistics SEMO OPP Goals-Shot attempts...........................................................35-260 16-255 Goals scored per game........................................................1.84 0.84 Shot pct.................................................................................135 .063 Shots on goal-Attempts.....................................................138-260 91-255 SOG pct.................................................................................531 .357 Shots/Game..........................................................................13.7 13.4 Goal Breakdown Penalty.................................................................................... 1 0 Unassisted............................................................................. 10 3 Overtime................................................................................. 0 1 Corner Kicks............................................................................ 74 84 Goals off corners.................................................................... 0 0 Penalty Kicks...........................................................................1-1 0-1 Offsides................................................................................... 27 9

Penaltis Fouls..................................................................................... 169 167 Yellow cards........................................................................... 14 16 Red cards............................................................................... 0 0

Attendance Total..................................................................................... 2807 2530 Dates/Avg Per Date.............................................................8/351 10/253 Neutral Site #/Avg...............................................................1/1313

Jessie Crabtree

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


2011 Final Statistics Offense Statistics

Overall: 12-6-1 OVC: 8-1-0 Home: 5-3-0 Away: 6-3-1 Neutral: 1-0-0 No. Player GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% YC-RC GW PK-Att FG OT Hat GTG Foul 17 Jessie Crabtree ..................18-18 1418 9 4 22 52 .173 33 .635 6-0 3 1-1 3 0 0 1 3 Erin Shulman.......................14-12 956 9 0 18 38 .237 23 .605 3-0 4 0-0 3 0 0 1 23 Lauren Bozesky...................19-19 1453 7 3 17 44 .159 23 .523 0-0 3 0-0 4 0 0 1 16 Jacey Boyko.........................19-5 651 2 4 8 14 .143 9 .643 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 4 Ali Bauer..............................19-15 1082 2 4 8 13 .154 5 .385 0-0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1 7 Torey Byrd...........................19-18 1555 2 3 7 20 .100 9 .450 0-0 1 0-0 1 0 0 0 10 Stephanie Palmer.................19-5 754 1 2 4 19 .053 9 .474 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 8 Vanessa Hart.......................16-16 1305 0 3 3 15 .000 4 .267 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 22 Hayley Abbott......................19-19 1536 1 0 2 12 .083 8 .667 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 Courtney Luehmann.............15-5 703 1 0 2 10 .100 5 .500 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 0 0 11 Amy Ward.............................10-0 205 1 0 2 2 .500 2 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 18 Rachel Compton...................14-2 635 0 2 2 4 .000 4 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 9 Shona Goodwin...................19-17 1370 0 2 2 4 .000 2 .500 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Meg Herndon.......................19-19 1498 0 2 2 1 .000 1 1.000 3-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 14 Nikki Edwards......................19-19 1725 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 19 Kasey Crowden....................10-0 191 0 0 0 5 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 15 Sarah Uptmor........................8-0 114 0 0 0 3 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 12 Taylor Thomas.......................9-1 155 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 20 Chelsea Ballard.....................9-0 144 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 5 Ellie Hight..............................1-0 12 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Ashton Aubuchon................18-18 1620 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 00 Jessica Grindstaff..................2-1 54 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Total....................................... 19 19209 35 30 100 260 .135 138 .531 14-0 12 1-1 12 0 0 5 Opponents............................. 19 - 16 15 47 255 .063 91 .357 16-0 6 0-1 6 1 0 2 No. Player GP-GS 1 Ashton Aubuchon 18-17 0 Abby Jordan 2-0 00 Jessica Grindstaff 2-1 TEAM Total............... 19 Opponents........... 19

Goalkeeper Statistics

Minutes GA GaAvg Saves SavePct W L T Shutouts 1620:32 14 0.78 67 .827 12 5 1 8 72:48 1 1.24 4 .800 0 1 0 0 53:24 1 1.69 2 .667 0 0 0 0 0:00 0 0.00 2 1.000 0 0 0 2 1746:44 16 0.82 75 .824 12 6 1 10 1746:44 35 1.80 103 .746 6 12 1 3

Shots Faced 234 14 4 0 252 255

Erin Shulman

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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2011 LINE SCORES Match 1 Southeast Missouri 3, Illinois State 2 August 19, 2011 at Normal, Ill. • Attendance: 259 Southeast Illinois State Goal 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1 1 1

2 2 1

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 3 2

Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 11:57 ILS Rachel Tejada Heather Sterling 16:10 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Lauren Bozesky 55:59 ILS Rachel Bostick Kristin Cooley 56:49 SEMO Erin Shulman 60:04 SEMO Jessie Crabtree (Penalty Kick)

Match 2 Iowa 2, Southeast Missouri 1 August 21, 2011 at Iowa City, Iowa • Attendance: 150 Southeast Iowa Goal 1. 2. 3.

1 1 1

Time 6:27 40:13 45:51

2 0 1

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 1 2

Team Goal Scorer Assists IOWA Katie Nasenbenny Morgan Showalter SEMO Jacey Boyko Nikki Edwards IOWA Katie Nasenbenny

Match 3 Southeast Missouri 4, Arkansas State 0 August 28, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 483 Arkansas State Southeast

1 0 2

2 0 2

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 0 4

Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 12:05 SEMO Erin Shulman Vanessa Hart/ Torey Byrd 2. 19:39 SEMO Erin Shulman Vanessa Hart 3. 52:39 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Rachel Compton 4. 86:21 SEMO Stephanie Palmer Rachel Compton

Match 4 Southeast Missouri 3, Evansville 0 September 2, 2011 at Evansville, Ind. • Attendance: 181 Southeast Evansville Goal 1. 2. 3.

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Time 29:58 48:51 74:30

1 1 0

2 2 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Match 5 Southeast Missouri 1, Butler 0 September 9, 2011 at Lexington, Ky. • Attendance: 1,313 Butler Southeast Goal 1.

1 0 0

2 0 1

OT 0 0

O2 0 0

Score 0 1

Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 48:34 SEMO Erin Shulman Torey Byrd

Match 6 Kentucky 2, Southeast 0 September 11, 2011 at Lexington, Ky. • Attendance: 442 Southeast Kentucky Goal 1. 2.

1 0 0

2 0 2

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 0 2

Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 64:50 UK Molly Huber Kelsey Hunyadi 86:42 UK Natalie Horner Kelsey Hunyadi

Match 7 Southeast Missouri 0, Saint Louis 0 September 16, 2011 at St. Louis, Mo. • Attendance: 296 Southeast Saint Louis Goal

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT 0 0

O2 0 0

Score 0 0

Time Team Goal Scorer Assists

Match 8 Southeast Missouri 3, Austin Peay 1 September 23, 2011 at Clarksville, Tenn. • Attendance: 330 Southeast Austin Peay Goal 1. 2. 3. 4.

Time 10:06 35:24 50:08 52:25

1 1 1

2 2 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 3 1

Team Goal Scorer Assists SEMO Ali Bauer Lauren Bozesky APSU Morgan Zigelsky SEMO Erin Shulman SEMO Erin Shulman

Score 3 0

Team Goal Scorer Assists SEMO Torey Byrd Jacey Boyko SEMO Lauren Bozesky SEMO Erin Shulman

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


2011 LINE SCORES Match 9 Southeast Missouri 3, Murray State 0 September 26, 2011 at Murray, Ky. • Attendance: 115 Southeast Murray State

1 2 0

2 1 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 3 0

Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 26:06 SEMO Lauren Bozesky Jessie Crabtree 2. 27:31 SEMO Erin Shulman Vanessa Hart/ Jessie Crabtree 3. 81:43 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Ali Bauer

Match 10 Southeast Missouri 1, Eastern Illinois 0 September 30, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 602 Eastern Illinois Southeast Goal 1.

1 0 0

2 0 1

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 0 1

Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 81:31 SEMO Erin Shulman Stephanie Palmer

Match 11 Southeast Missouri 4, SIU Edwardsville 0 October 2, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 150 SIUE Southeast Goal 1. 2. 3. 4.

1 0 2

Time 18:58 42:51 68:32 81:06

2 0 2

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 0 4

Team Goal Scorer Assists SEMO Lauren Bozesky SEMO Jessie Crabtree Stephanie Palmer SEMO Lauren Bozesky SEMO Amy Ward Torey Byrd

Match 12 Morehead State 2, Southeast Missouri 1 October 7, 2011 at Morehead, Ky. • Attendance: 480 Southeast Morehead State Goal 1. 2. 3.

Time 25:02 40:26 74:24

1 1 1

2 0 1

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 1 2

Team Goal Scorer Assists MOR Brittany Kiracofe SEMO Ali Bauer Jacey Boyko MOR Lindsey Oettle

Match 13 Southeast Missouri 1, Eastern Kentucky 0 October 9, 2011 at Richmond, Ky. • Attendance: 151 Southeast Eastern Kentucky Goal 1.

1 0 0

2 1 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 1 0

Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 55:12 SEMO Lauren Bozesky Shona Goodwin

Match 14 Southeast Missouri 2, UT Martin 1 October 14, 2011 at Martin, Tenn. • Attendance: 126 Southeast UT Martin Goal 1. 2. 3.

Time 2:21 35:21 44:48

1 2 1

2 0 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 2 1

Team Goal Scorer Assists SEMO Lauren Bozesky SEMO Courtney Luehmann Jacey Boyko UTM Brooke Robertson Melissa Govea

Match 15 Iowa State 2, Southeast Missouri 0 October 16, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 296 Iowa State Southeast

1 0 0

2 2 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 2 0

Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 53:48 ISU Mary Kate McLaughlin Emily Goldstein 2. 87:13 ISU Emily Goldstein Megan Long/ Brittany Morgan

Match 16 UT Martin 2, Southeast Missouri 1 (2OT) October 21, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 287 UT Martin Southeast

1 1 0

2 0 1

OT 0 0

O2 1 0

Score 2 1

Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 42:46 UTM Lucy Pater Hannah McGowen 2. 86:13 SEMO Lauren Bozesky Ali Bauer 3. 106:44 UTM Midori Sera Kendyl Wilson

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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2011 Line Scores Match 17 Southeast Missouri 3, Jacksonville State 0 October 28, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 212 1 2 OT O2 Score Jacksonville State 0 0 - - 0 Southeast 2 1 - - 3 Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 0:26 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Shona Goodwin/ Ali Bauer 2. 13:15 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Jacey Boyko 3. 54:42 SEMO Jacey Boyko Ali Bauer/ Jessie Crabtree

Match 18 Southeast Missouri 3, Tennessee Tech 0 October 30, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 203 Tennessee Tech Southeast

1 0 1

2 0 2

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 0 3

Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 9:49 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Meg Herndon 2. 52:54 SEMO Hayley Abbott 3. 77:45 SEMO Torey Byrd Jessie Crabtree/ Meg Herndon

Match 19 Morehead State 2, Southeast Missouri 1 November 4, 2011 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 427 Morehead State Southeast

1 0 1

2 2 0

OT - -

O2 - -

Score 2 1

Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists 1. 20:51 SEMO Jessie Crabtree Lauren Bozesky 2. 55:39 MOR Jillian Birchmeier Holly Tilley 3. 89:08 MOR Paige Weber Devan Jordan/ Brittany Kiracofe

Nikki Edwards

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2011 Honors & Awards All-OVC

Hayley Abbott, All-Tournament Team Ashton Aubuchon, First-Team Lauren Bozesky, First-Team Jessie Crabtree, First-Team/All-Newcomer Team Nikki Edwards, First-Team All-Tournament Team Vanessa Hart, First-Team Erin Shulman, First-Team/All-Newcomer Team

National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Academic Award Southeast Missouri, 3.45 GPA

OVC Medal of Honor Nikki Edwards Amy Ward

OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll Hayley Abbott Ashton Aubuchon Ali Bauer Jacey Boyko Torey Byrd Kasey Crowden Nikki Edwards Shona Goodwin Meg Herndon Ellie Hight Courtney Luehmann Stephanie Palmer Erin Shulman Sarah Uptmor Amy Ward

Southeast Scholar-Athletes Haley Abbott Ashton Aubuchon Chelsea Ballard Ali Bauer Jacey Boyko Lauren Bozesky Taylor Byrd Torey Byrd Rachel Compton Jessie Crabtree Kasey Crowden Nikki Edwards Shona Goodwin Vanessa Hart Meg Herndon Ellie Hight Courtney Luehmann Stephanie Palmer Erin Shulman Taylor Thomas Sarah Uptmor Amy Ward

Howard’s Team MVP Jessie Crabtree

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


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S T EN IN THIS SECTION . . . 8 Opponents


2012 Opponents Illinois State Redbirds

8

Friday, August 17

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location..............................Normal, Ill. Enrollment................................22,080 Nickname...............................Redbirds Colors.......................... Red and White Conference.................. Missouri Valley President..................... Dr. Al Bowman Athletic Director........... Gary Friedman

Saint Louis Billikens

8

Sunday, August 19

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location.........................St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment................................14,073 Nickname................................Billikens Colors............... Royal Blue and White Conference......................... Atlantic 10 President................ Lawerence Biondi Athletic Director...................Chris May

UMKC Kangaroos

8

Friday, August 24

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location.................... Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment................................14,221 Nickname............................Kangaroos Colors........................... Blue and Gold Conference.................Summit League President...........................Leo Morton Athletic Director......................Tim Hall

Drake Bulldogs

8

Sunday, August 26

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location.................. Des Moines, Iowa Enrollment..................................5,348 Nickname............................... Bulldogs Colors..........................Blue and White Conference.................. Missouri Valley President......................David Maxwell Athletic Director........Sandy Hatfield Clubb

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Coaching Staff Head Coach......................... Drew Roff Career Record (Yrs.)......... 81-46-9 (7) Record at School (Yrs.)..... 55-32-8 (5) Assistant Coaches.......Jim Schneiderhahn Katie Baumgardner

Sports Information Contact.......................Casey Richards Office Phone............... (309) 438-3249 E-Mail.......................cjricha@ilstu.edu Fax.............................. (309) 438-5634 Website..................... GoRedbirds.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................13-6-0 Conference Record/Finish.....5-1-0/1st Starters Returning/Lost...................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......... N/A Coaching Staff Head Coach..........................Kat Mertz Career Record................. 49-39-19 (5) Record at School........................... N/A Assistant Coaches..........Katie Shields Ralph Richards

Sports Information Contact...........................Mickey Smith Office Phone............... (314) 977-3463 E-Mail................... msmit145@slu.edu Fax.............................. (314) 977-3178 Website.................... SLUBillikens.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................5-10-3 Conference Record/Finish... 3-5-1 (10th) Starters Returning/Lost.................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......18/10 Coaching Staff Head Coach.......................Chris Cisell Career Record............. 173-51-15 (12) Record at School................... 8-8-4 (1) Assistant Coaches.............Erica Millay Lizzy Simonin

Sports Information Contact.................... Benjamin Bullock Office Phone............... (816) 235-1053 E-Mail............. bebvg@mail.umkc.edu Fax.............................. (816) 235-1034 Website............ UMKCKangaroos.com

Team Information 2011 Record................................8-8-4 Conference Record/Finish...6-2-1 (t-3rd) Starters Returning/Lost...................9/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........22/2 Coaching Staff Head Coach.................Lindsay Horner Career Record.........................31-36-4 Record at School........................Same Assistant Coach...........Michael Regan

Sports Information Contact......................... Sean Palchick Office Phone............... (515) 271-4147 E-Mail.........sean.palchick@drake.edu Website.............goDrakeBulldogs.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................4-11-4 Conference Record/Finish..... 2-4-0 (4th) Starters Returning/Lost.................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........14/6

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


2012 Opponents Louisville Cardinals

8

Friday, August 31

8

4:00 p.m., CT

8

Lexington, Ky.

General Information Location......................... Louisville, Ky. Enrollment................................22,000 Nickname..............................Cardinals Colors...........................Red and Black Conference.............................Big East President...............Dr. James Ramsey Athletic Director..................Tom Jurich

Kentucky Wildcats

8

Sunday, September 2

8

1:30 p.m., CT

8

Lexington, Ky.

General Information Location........................ Lexington, Ky. Enrollment................................28,000 Nickname............................... Wildcats Colors..........................Blue and White Conference.....................Southeastern President................... Dr. Eli Capilouto Athletic Director............Mitch Barnhart

Nebraska Cornhuskers

8

Saturday, September 8

8

1 p.m., CT

8

Lincoln, Neb.

General Information Location..........................Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment................................24,610 Nickname.........................Cornhuskers Colors.................... Scarlet and Cream Conference.............................. Big Ten President................... Harvey Perlman Athletic Director............. Tom Osborne

Evansville Purple Aces

8

Tuesday, September 11

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Coaching Staff Head Coach....Karen Ferguson-Dayes Career Record (Yrs.)........104-109-19 (12) Record at School (Yrs.)..............Same Assistant Coaches.............Kyle Singer Natalie Cocchi

Sports Information Contact.............................Garrett Wall Office Phone............... (502) 852-3088 E-Mail.................g.wall@louisville.edu Fax Number................ (502) 852-7401 Website.......................UofLsports.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................14-7-3 Conference Record/Finish.....8-1-2/1st Starters Returning/Lost...................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........16/4 Coaching Staff Head Coach........................Jon Lipsitz Career Record............. 129-57-16 (10) Record at School............... 28-24-8 (3) Assistant Coaches.... Michelle Rayner, Aaron Rodgers

Sports Information Contact...........................John Hayden Office Phone............... (859) 257-8429 E-Mail.............. john.hayden@uky.edu Fax.............................. (859) 323-4310 Website......................UKAthletics.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................13-7-1 Conference Record/Finish....... 6-5-0/5th Starters Returning/Lost...................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........18/2 Coaching Staff Head Coach..................... John Walker Career Record........... 256-108-23 (18) Record at School........................Same Assistant Coaches........... Dan Bassett Marty Everding

Sports Information Contact..........................Jeremy Foote Office Phone............... (402) 472-7778 E-Mail................. jfoote@huskers.com Fax.............................. (402) 472-2005 Website........................... Huskers.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................7-10-1 Conference Record/Finish..... 4-7-0/10th Starters Returning/Lost...................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........14/8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location.......................Evansville, Ind. Enrollment..................................2,471 Nickname..........................Purple Aces Colors........ Purple, White and Orange Conference.................. Missouri Valley President............. Dr. Thomas Wandel Athletic Director.............. John Stanley

Coaching Staff Head Coach............ Krista McKendree Career Record................... 28-42-7 (4) Record at School........................Same Assistant Coach............Grant Williams Team Information 2011 Record..............................4-12-4 Conference Record/Finish.....2-4-0/4th Starters Returning/Lost...................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........10/5

Sports Information Contact...........................Lizzie Barlow Office Phone................(812) 488-1152 E-Mail..............eb153@evansville.edu Fax Number................ (812) 488-2090 Website................. GoPurpleAces.com

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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2012 Opponents Memphis Tigers

8

Friday, September 14

8

7:00 p.m., CT

8

Memphis, Tenn.

General Information Location......................Memphis, Tenn. Enrollment................................22,725 Nickname................................... Tigers Colors...........................Blue and Gray Conference............... Conference USA President................ Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director................ Tom Bowen

UT Martin Skyhawks

8

Friday, September 21

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location.......................... Martin, Tenn. Enrollment..................................8,400 Nickname.............................Skyhawks Colors..............Navy Blue and Orange Conference........................Ohio Valley President........... Dr. Thomas A. Rakes Athletic Director................... Phil Dane

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs

8

Sunday, September 23

8

12:00 p.m., CT

8

8

Friday, September 28

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location............................. Murray, Ky. Enrollment................................10,416 Nickname..................................Racers Colors.......................... Navy and Gold Conference........................Ohio Valley President................... Dr. Randy Dunn Athletic Director..................Allen Ward

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Sports Information Contact............................. Mark Taylor Office Phone............... (901) 678-5108 E-Mail...............mtyler@memphis.edu Website...................... goTigersgo.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................22-1-1 Conference Record/Finish...10-0-1/1st Starters Returning/Lost...................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......14/12 Coaching Staff Head Coach................ Phil McNamara Career Record............. 168-58-11 (12) Record at School............... 22-15-4 (2) Assistant Coach....... Leslie Marcouiller Team Information 2011 Record..............................14-7-2 Conference Record/Finish........ 5-3-1/t-2nd Starters Returning/Lost...................8/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........13/7

Sports Information Contact.........................Ryne Rickman Office Phone............... (731) 881-7632 E-Mail....................rrickman@utm.edu Fax.............................. (731) 881-7624 Website...................... UTMSports.com

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location.............................Ruston, La. Enrollment................................ 11,500 Nickname.....................Lady Techsters Colors............................ Red and Blue Conference................ Western Athletic President................Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletic Director...Bruce Van De Velde

Murray State Racers

Coaching Staff Head Coach............Brooks Monaghan Career Record............. 147-86-15 (12) Record at School........................Same Assistant Coaches......... Jonny Walker Jodi Grant

Coaching Staff Head Coach.................... Kevin Sherry Career Record............. 120-69-25 (11) Record at School............. 47-40-11 (5) Assistant Coaches......Kat McCullough Bini Keleta

Sports Information Contact.........................Kane McGuire Office Phone............... (318) 257-5071 E-Mail............... kmcguire@latech.edu Fax.............................. (318) 257-3757 Website.................. LATechSports.com

Team Information 2011 Record................................8-8-4 Conference Record/Finish.......1-6-0 (t-7th) Starters Returning/Lost...................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........10/9 Coaching Staff Head Coach.................. Beth Acreman Career Record (Yrs.)....... 50-52-16 (6) Record at School (Yrs.)..............Same Assistant Coach................ Claire Ward Tara Isbell

Sports Information Contact......................... Kevin DeVries Office Phone............... (270) 809-7051 E-Mail............................................ N/A Fax Number................ (270) 809-6814 Website........................ GoRacers.com

Team Information 2011 Record................................7-9-3 Conference Record/Finish.....4-3-2/4th Starters Returning/Lost...................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........13/6

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


2012 Opponents Austin Peay Lady Govs

8

Sunday, September 30

8

1:00 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau

General Information Location....................Clarksville, Tenn. Enrollment................................10,873 Nickname........Governors (Lady Govs) Colors.......................... Red and White Conference........................Ohio Valley President................................Tim Hall Athletic Director..................Dave Loos

SIU Edwardsville Cougars

8

Friday, October 5

8

7:00 p.m., CT

8

8

Sunday, October 7

8

1:00 p.m., CT

8

8

Friday, October 12

8

6:30 p.m., CT

8

Coaching Staff Head Coach....................Derek Burton Career Record................. 76-62-11 (9) Record at School............... 22-34-4 (4) Assistant Coach.........Alaina Schlaefer Team Information 2011 Record................................6-9-1 Conference Record/Finish.......4-5-0 (t-6th) Starters Returning/Lost...................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........18/2

Sports Information Contact...................................Joe Pott Office Phone............... (618) 650-2860 E-Mail..........................jpott@siue.edu Fax.............................. (618) 650-2545 Website.................. SIUECougars.com

Charleston, Ill.

General Information Location........................Charleston, Ill. Enrollment................................ 11,630 Nickname...............................Panthers Colors................Blue, Gray and White Conference........................Ohio Valley President.............. Dr. William L. Perry Athletic Director............Barbara Burke

Eastern Kentucky Colonels

Team Information 2011 Record................................9-8-1 Conference Record/Finish.....3-5-1/8th Starters Returning/Lost................. 11/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......... N/A

Sports Information Contact........................... Colby Wilson Office Phone............... (931) 221-6562 E-Mail....................wilsonc@apsu.edu Fax.............................. (931) 221-7562 Website...............APSUGovenors.com

Edwardsville, Ill.

General Information Location..................... Edwardsville, Ill. Enrollment................................14,235 Nickname............................... Cougars Colors.......................... Red and White Conference........................Ohio Valley President.............Dr. Julie Furst-Bowe Athletic Director...... Dr. Bradley Hewitt

Eastern Illinois Panthers

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................ Kelly Guth Career Record.....................64-106-19 Record at School........................ same Assistant Coaches......Jeremy Sullivan

Coaching Staff Head Coach................ Summer Perala Career Record................. 19-29-12 (3) Record at School........................Same Assistant Coach..............Jason Cherry Team Information 2011 Record..............................5-12-2 Conference Record/Finish......... 4-5-0/t-6th Starters Returning/Lost...................5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........14/7

Sports Information Contact................ Greg Lautzenheiser Office Phone............... (217) 581-7020 E-Mail........... glautzenheiser@eiu.edu Fax.............................. (217) 581-6434 Website....................EIUPanthers.com

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location........................Richmond, Ky. Enrollment................................16,200 Nickname...............................Colonels Colors.....................Maroon and White Conference........................Ohio Valley President................ Dr. Doug Whitlock Athletic Director................Mark Sandy

Coaching Staff Head Coach.............Lindsay Basalyga Career Record.......................29-65-14 Record at School...................29-65-14 Assistant Coach........... Brenton Saylor Team Information 2011 Record..............................7-10-2 Conference Record/Finish........4-4/5th Starters Returning/Lost...................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........14/7

Sports Information Contact...............................Steve Fohl Office Phone............... (859) 622-1253 E-Mail.................. steve.fohl@eku.edu Fax.............................. (859) 622-5108 Website...................... EKUSports.com

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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2012 Opponents Morehead State Eagles

8

Sunday, October 14

8

1:00 p.m., CT

8

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

General Information Location........................Morehead, Ky. Enrollment..................................8,842 Nickname..................................Eagles Colors........................... Blue and Gold Conference........................Ohio Valley President.........Dr. Wayne D. Andrews Athletic Director........Brian Hutchinson

Belmont Bruins

8

Friday, October 19

8

6:00 p.m., CT

8

Nashville, Tenn.

General Information Location......................Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment..................................5,936 Nickname...................................Bruins Colors........Navy Blue, Red and White Conference........................Ohio Valley President............. Dr. Robert C. Fisher Athletic Director...........Mike Strickland

Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles

8

Friday, October 26

8

3:00 p.m., CT

8

8

Sunday, October 28

8

1:00 p.m., CT

8

Jacksonville, Ala.

General Information Location....................Jacksonville, Ala. Enrollment..................................9,504 Nickname..........................Gamecocks Colors.......................... Red and White Conference........................Ohio Valley President..........Dr. William A. Meehan Athletic Director........... Warren Koegel

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Sports Information Contact......................... Lindsey Olsen Office Phone............... (606) 783-2500 E-Mail........................................... TBA Fax.............................. (606) 783-2550 Website..................... MSUEagles.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................11-8-1 Conference Record/Finish.....4-4-1/5th Starters Returning/Lost.................. N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost......... N/A Coaching Staff Head Coach...............Heather Henson Career Record........... 117-163-27 (17) Record at School................... 8-8-1 (1) Assistant Coach.............. Travis Fravel Team Information 2011 Record................................8-8-1 Conference Record/Finish.....5-3-1/4th Starters Returning/Lost...................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........20/7

Sports Information Contact................... Kenisha L. Rhone Office Phone............... (615) 460-5990 E-Mail....kenisha.rhone@belmont.edu Fax.............................. (615) 460-5584 Website.................BelmontBruins.com

Cookeville, Tenn.

General Information Location....................Cookeville, Tenn. Enrollment................................ 11,385 Nickname..................... Golden Eagles Colors........................Purple and Gold Conference........................Ohio Valley President................ Dr. Phillip Oldham Athletic Director............... Mark Wilson

Jacksonville State Gamecocks

Coaching Staff Head Coach....................Warren Lipka Career Record...................214-161-38 Record at School.....................32-22-8 Assistant Coach...........Jeremy Groves ...........................................Bingy Lara

Coaching Staff Head Coach.................. Daniel Brizard Career Record..................... 9-25-2 (2) Record at School........................Same Assistant Coach.............Rachel Yepez Corey Byrd

Sports Information Contact......................... Kate Nicewicz Office Phone............... (931) 372-3883 E-Mail.............. knicewicz@tntech.edu Fax...............................(931) 372-3114 Website.......................TTUSports.com

Team Information 2011 Record..............................5-13-1 Conference Record/Finish.....2-7-0/9th Starters Returning/Lost.................. N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost........19/1 Coaching Staff Head Coach.......... Julie Davis Carlson Career Record............... 39-108-13 (9) Record at School............. 35-80-13 (7) Assistant Coach..................Andy Swift Team Information 2011 Record..............................2-13-4 Conference Record/Finish.......1-4-4 (10th) Starters Returning/Lost...................9/3

Sports Information Contact.......................... Tony Schmidt Office Phone............... (256) 782-5377 E-Mail.................... aschmidt@jsu.edu Fax.............................. (256) 782-5958 Website...... JSUGamecocksports.com

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


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IN THIS SECTION . . . 8 Honors and Awards 8 Season Records 8 Career Records 8 Team Records 8 All-Time Results 8 All-Time vs. Opponents 8 2012 Opponent Series Histories 8 Postseason History 8 All-Time Letterwinners


Honors and Awards Soccer Buzz Magazine All-National Team (First-Year Programs) 1999 Nichole Thiele Soccer Buzz Magazine All-Central Region Third-Team 2001 Beth Guccione Jenny Hamilton 2002 Jenny Hamilton Valerie Henderson Soccer Buzz Magazine Central Region All-Freshman Team 2007 Vanessa Hart CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America 2004 Jen Cross, Second-Team CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VII 2001 Nichole Thiele 2002 Jen Cross 2003 Jen Cross 2004 Jen Cross 2006 Jessi Wuellner 2007 Courtney Alexander 2010 Hayley Abbott 2010 Courtney Luehmann

OVC Coach of the Year 1999 Heather Nelson 2000 Heather Nelson 2007 Heather Nelson 2011 Heather Nelson OVC Player of the Year 2001 Beth Guccione 2002 Valerie Henderson 2007 Courtney Alexander 2011 Jessie Crabtree OVC Defensive Player of the Year 2001 Jenny Hamilton 2002 Jenny Hamilton 2005 Lindsay Pickering 2007 Lindsay Pickering OVC Freshman of the Year 2007 Ashley Runion 2011 Erin Shulman All-OVC First-Team Selections 1999 Stephanie Bleau Beth Guccione Jenny Hamilton Nichole Thiele 2000 Valerie Henderson Nicole Thiele Erica Todd

BETH GUCCIONE

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2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Valerie Henderson Nicole Thiele Erica Todd Marla Gianino Beth Guccione Jenny Hamilton Erin Slattery Jenny Hamilton Valerie Henderson Heather Reding Marla Gianino Erin Hartmann Lindsay Pickering Lisa Schweppe Courtney Alexander Lindsay Pickering Margie Schaeffler Casey Kraft Hayley Abbott Ashley Runion Hayley Abbott Courtney Luehmann Ashton Aubuchon Lauren Bozesky Jessie Crabtree Nikki Edwards Erin Shulman

All-OVC Second-Team Selections 2000 Stephanie Bleau Jenny Hamilton 2001 Nicole Thiele 2002 Marla Gianino Erin Slattery 2003 Heather Reding 2004 Megan Hejlek Heather Reding 2006 Casey Kraft Lindsay Pickering Margie Schaeffler Jessi Wuellner 2007 Vanessa Hart Ashley Runion 2008 Kristi Frick 2009 Ashley Runion 2011 Vanessa Hart

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


Honors and Awards All-OVC Third Team Selections 2002 Laura Hauskins Erika Todd Amanda Wrzos 2003 Ashley DeRoy Jessi Wuellner Honorable Mention All-OVC 1999 Jen Unrein 2000 Jen Cross 2001 Erika Todd OVC All-Newcomer Team 2005 Casey Kraft Lindsay Pickering 2006 Courtney Alexander 2007 Vanessa Hart Ashley Runion 2008 Mabel Velarde 2009 Hayley Abbott Bobbi Jo Schlick 2010 Ashton Aubuchon Lauren Bozesky OVC All-Tournament Team 1999 Beth Guccione Nicole Thiele 2001 Katie Huelsing Diana Poovey Julie Wunderlich

2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2010 2011

Jenny Hamilton Megan Hejlek Erin Slattery Laura Hauskins Marla Gianino Erin Hartmann Megan Hejlek Casey Kraft (MVP) Lindsay Pickering Margie Schaeffler Jessi Wuellner Vanessa Hart Alaina Lacopo Lindsay Pickering Ashley Runion (MVP) Nikki Edwards Ashley Runion Hayley Abbott Shona Goodwin

Beth Guccione Goals Against Average 2002 Amanda Wrzos Goals Against Average 2005 Lindsay Pickering Goals Against Average 2007 Alaina Lacopo Assists/Game Lindsay Pickering Save Percentage Goals Against Average

3rd (0.44) 17th (0.73) 14th (0.58) 18th (0.5) 6th (.882) 20th (0.63)

NCAA Statistical Team Champions 2001 Shutout Percentage 0.72 2001 Goals Against Average 0.44

NCAA Individual Final Statistical Rankings 1999 Beth Guccione Saves/Game 11th (8.25) 2000 Nichole Thiele Goals/Game 30th (0.76) Erika Todd Points/Game 21st (2.06) Goals/Game 24th (0.81) 2001 Marla Gianino Assists/Game 25th (0.50)

HEATHER NELSON

ERIN SLATTERY

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Singles-Season Records

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Points 1. Erika Todd (13g, 7a), 2000 2. Nichole Thiele (13g, 5a), 2000 3. Marla Gianino (9g, 9a), 2001 Ashley Runion (11g, 5a), 2007 5. Erin Slattery (10g, 4a), 2001 Courtney Alexander (9g, 6a), 2007

33 31 27 27 24 24

Goals 1. Nichole Thiele, 2000 Erika Todd, 2000 3. Ashley Runion, 2007 4. Erin Slattery, 2001 5. Seven Tied With

13 13 11 10 9

Game-Winning Goals 1. Lisa Schweppe, 2005 2. Erika Todd, 2000 Nichole Thiele, 2000 4. Ashley Runion, 2007 Bobbi Jo Schlick, 2009 Erin Shulman, 2011

6 5 5 4 4 4

Assists 1. Alaina Lacopo, 2007 Marla Gianino, 2001 3. Marla Gianino, 2003 Alaina Lacopo, 2004 Alaina Lacopo, 2005 Erika Todd, 2000

9 9 7 7 7 7

Shots Attempted 1. Nichole Thiele, 2000 2. Erika Todd, 2000 Valerie Henderson, 2002 4. Courtney Alexander, 2007 5. Courtney Alexander, 2006

81 71 71 65 62

Shots On Goal 1. Lisa Schweppe, 2005 2. Courtney Alexander, 2006 Valerie Henderson, 2002 4. Courtney Alexander, 2007 5. Jessie Crabtree, 2011

38 35 35 34 33

Saves 1. Beth Guccione, 1999 2. Lindsay Pickering, 2006 Amanda Wrzos, 2003 4. Lindsay Pickering, 2007 5. Tami Hebert, 2000

100 89 89 82 79

Save Percentage 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2007 2. Beth Guccione, 2001 3. Ashton Aubuchon, 2011 4. Lindsay Pickering, 2005 5. Amanda Wrzos, 2003 Lindsay Pickering, 2006

.882 .869 .827 .826 .824 .824

Goals Against Average 1. Beth Guccione, 2001 2. Lindsay Pickering, 2005 3. Lindsay Pickering, 2007 4. Ashton Aubuchon, 2011 5. Amanda Wrzos, 2003

0.44 0.58 0.63 0.78 0.90

Wins 1. Beth Guccione, 2001 2. Lindsay Pickering, 2005 Amanda Wrzos, 2002 4. Ashton Aubuchon, 2011 5. Lindsay Pickering, 2007

16 13 13 12 11

Shutouts 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2005 2. Lindsay Pickering, 2006 3. Lindsay Pickering, 2007 Ashton Aubuchon, 2011 5. Kristen Starkey, 2009 Current Players in Bold

NICHOLE THIELE

11 9 8 8 7

LISA SCHWEPPE

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


Career Records Points 1. Erika Todd (27g, 17a), 2000-03 2. Nichole Thiele (29g, 10a), 1999-01 3. Ashley Runion (23g, 14a), 2007-10 4. Alaina Lacopo (14g, 28a), 2004-07 5. Lisa Schweppe (19g, 13a), 2002-05 Marla Gianino (14g, 23a), 2001-04

71 68 60 56 51 51

Goals 1. Nichole Thiele, 1999-01 2. Erika Todd, 2000-03 3. Ashley Runion, 2007-10 4. Lisa Schweppe, 2002-05 5. Valerie Henderson, 2000-03 Courtney Alexander, 2006-07 Casey Kraft, 2005-08

29 27 23 19 18 18 18

Game-Winning Goals 1. Lisa Schweppe, 2002-05 2. Ashley Runion, 2007-10 3. Alaina Lacopo, 2004-07 Molli Beard, 2003-05, 2007 Nichole Thiele, 1999-01 Ashley Runion, 2007-09

10 8 6 6 6 6

Assists 1. Alaina Lacopo, 2004-07 2. Marla Gianino, 2001-04 3. Erika Todd, 2000-03 4. Ashley Runion, 2007-10 5. Lisa Schweppe, 2002-05 6. Valerie Henderson, 2000-03 Nichole Thiele, 1999-01 Ashley Runion, 2007-09

28 23 17 14 13 10 10 10

Shots Attempted 1. Lisa Schweppe, 2002-05 2. Ashley Runion, 2007-10 3. Nichole Thiele, 1999-01 4. Valerie Henderson, 2000-03 5. Erika Todd, 2000-03

185 183 177 174 171

Shots On Goal 1. Lisa Schweppe, 2002-05 2. Ashley Runion, 2007-10 3. Diana Poovey, 2001-04 4. Marla Gianino, 2001-04 5. Courtney Alexander, 2006-07

99 88 76 71 69

Casey Kraft, 2005-08

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Saves 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2005-07 2. Amanda Wrzos, 2002-04 3. Beth Guccione, 1999-01 4. Ashton Aubuchon, 2010-present 5. Tami Hebert, 2000

228 221 153 121 79

Save Percentage 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2005-07 2. Beth Guccione, 1999-01 3. Amanda Wrzos, 2002-04 4. Tami Hebert, 2000

.844 .836 .825 .814

Goals Against Average 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2005-07 2. Amanda Wrzos, 2002-04 3. Beth Guccione, 1999-01 4. Tami Hebert, 2000

0.72 0.89 0.98 1.03

Wins 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2005-07 2. Amanda Wrzos, 2002-04 3. Beth Guccione, 1999-01 4. Ashton Aubuchon, 2010-present 5. Tami Hebert, 2000

34 33 20 20 10

Shutouts 1. Lindsay Pickering, 2005-07 2. Beth Guccione, 1999-01 3. Ashton Aubuchon, 2010-present 4. Amanda Wrzos, 2002-04

28 16 14 10

Matches Played 1. Lisa Schweppe, 2002-05 2. Jessi Wuellner, 2003-06 Megan Hejlek, 2002-05 4. Heather Reding, 2001-04 5. Marla Gianino, 2001-04

79 78 78 77 76

Matches Started 1. Nikki Edwards, 2008-11 2. Jessi Wuellner, 2003-06 3. Megan Matter, 2004-07 Margie Schaeffler, 2004-07 5. Heather Reding, 2001-04

69 66 60 60 58

Minutes Played 1. Nikki Edwards, 2008-11 2. Jessi Wuellner, 2003-06 3. Lindsay Pickering, 2005-07 4. Megan Matter, 2004-07 5. Margie Schaeffler, 2004-07

5924 5424 5094 5034 4850

Current Players in Bold

ASHLEY RUNION

LINDSAY PICKERING

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Team Records Single-Match and Single-Season Records Southeast Missouri Most Goals Fewest Goals Most Shots Fewest Shots Most Assists Most Points Most Corners Fewest Corners Most Penalty Kicks Most Fouls Fewest Fouls Most Shutouts Consecutive Shutouts Goals Against Average Most Wins Most Home Wins Most Road Wins Most Losses Most Home Losses Most Road Losses Margin of Victory Margin of Defeat

Match 12 (Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 9-16-06) 0 (46 times) 47 (Lipscomb, 10-12-02) 1 (Illinois State, 9-6-99) 14 (Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 9-16-06) 38 (Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 9-16-06) 14 (Arkansas St., 9-20-01) 0 (10 times) 1 (11 times) 32 (Drake, 9-27-02) 0 (Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 9-10-05) - - - - - - - - - 12 (Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 9-16-06) 5 (Mississippi, 9-28-03)

Individual Match Records Season 48 2001 9 2008 389 2002 146 1999 33 2001 129 2001 142 2001 29 2008 2 2001, ’05 342 2002 92 1999 13 2001 6 2001 0.44 2001 16 2001 10 2001 6 2002, ’11 9 2008 4 2008 7 1999 - -

Opponents Match Season Most Goals 5 (Missouri State, 8-29-99) 26 1999 Fewest Goals 0 (103 times) 8 2001, 09 Most Shots 29 (Two times) 247 2010 Fewest Shots 0 (Six times) 101 2001 Most Assists 5 (DePaul, 9-8-06) 15 1999 Most Points 13 (Missouri State, 8-29-99) 67 1999 Most Corners 23 (Memphis, 9-14-06) 94 1999 Fewest Corners 0 (Three times) 43 2001 Most Penalty Kicks 1 (Six times) 2 2001, ‘07 Most Fouls 22 (Two times) 284 2002 Fewest Fouls 1 (Tennessee Tech, 10-18-09) 134 1999 Most Shutouts - 7 2008 Consecutive Shutouts - 4 2008 Goals Against Average - 0.61 2008 Fastest Goal 1:27 Julie Williford (Arkansas, Sept. 6, 2002) Back-to-back goals 1:47 Debbie Stark & Rachelle Smith (Mo. State, Aug. 29, 1999)

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Goals 3 Fastest Goal 0:26 Back-to-back goals 0:13 Games with a Goal 7 Assists 4 Points 10 Shots 12 Saves 14

9x, last by Ashley Runion (08-27-10) by Jessie Crabtree (10-28-11) by Blair Schuppan & Nicole Bussman (09-15-06) by Nichole Thiele (two times) (Nov. 6, 1999 - Sept. 11, 2000) (Oct. 23, 2000 - Sept. 20, 2001) by Erika Todd (09-02-01) by Casey Kraft (09-10-05) by Nichole Thiele (10-23-00) by Beth Guccione (10-31-99)

Streaks Longest Winning Home Winning Road Winning Neutral Winning Longest Losing Home Losing Road Losing Neutral Losing Games with a Goal

9 13 6 3 5 2 5 1 33

Aug. 31, 2001 - Oct. 7, 2001 Oct. 17, 2000 - Nov. 11, 2001 Oct. 6, 2000 - Oct. 5, 2001 Nov. 6, 1999 - Oct. 27, 2000 Aug. 27, 1999 - Sept. 26, 1999 2x, last Aug. 29, 2008 - Sept. 12, 2008) Aug. 27, 1999 - Sept. 26, 1999 Oct. 27, 2000 - Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 6, 2000 - Sept. 27, 2002

The 2001 Southeast Missouri team holds 10 different single-season records. The Redhawks won their first-ever Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title that year.

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007


All-Time Results 1999 4-8-1 Overall, 2-2-1 OVC (t-3rd) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 27 at Drury Aug. 29 at Southwest Missouri Sept. 6 at Illinois State Sept. 19 at Western Illinois Sept. 24 at Tennessee Tech* Sept. 26 at Middle Tennessee* Oct. 3 Morehead State* Oct. 10 Tennessee Tech* Oct. 19 UT Martin Oct. 23 at Arkansas- Little Rock Oct. 31 at Eastern Illinois* Nov. 5 vs. Morehead State# Nov. 6 at Eastern Illinois#

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

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

# - OVC Tournament (Charleston, Ill.) Leading Scorer: Nichole Thiele 2000 10-6-1 Overall, 2-3-0 OVC (3rd) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 25 Northern Iowa T Sept. 1 vs. Western Illinois W Sept. 3 vs. Youngstown State W Sept. 8 Drury L Sept. 11 at Arkansas State W Sept. 17 Western Illinois W Sept. 22 Southwest Missouri L Sept. 29 at Tennessee Tech* L Oct. 3 at Murray State* L Oct. 6 at Morehead State* W Oct. 8 at Georgetown College W Oct. 13 Eastern Illinois* L Oct. 15 at Central Arkansas W Oct. 17 UT Martin* W Oct. 21 Middle Tennessee W Oct. 23 Lipscomb W Oct. 27 vs. Morehead State# L # - Charleston, Ill. Leading Scorer: Erika Todd

1-12OT 4-1 9-0 1-2 5-0 3-2OT 0-3 0-2 0-2 2-0 4-0 1-3 5-0 2-0 2-0 4-0 1-2

2001 16-2-0 Overall, 5-0-0 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 31 Belmont Sept. 2 Jacksonville State Sept. 7 Arkansas-Little Rock Sept. 9 Central Arkansas Sept. 20 Arkansas State Sept. 23 Creighton Sept. 28 at Tulsa Sept. 30 at Oral Roberts Oct. 5 at Eastern Illinois* Oct. 7 at Western Illinois Oct. 13 Tennessee Tech* Oct. 19 Morehead State* Oct. 21 at Lipscomb Oct. 24 at UT Martin* Oct. 26 vs. Creighton (St. Louis) Nov. 4 Murray State* Nov. 9 Murray State # Nov. 11 Eastern Illinois #

Nov. 8 Nov. 10 W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W L

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

# - OVC Tournament (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) Leading Scorer: Marla Gianino 2002 14-4-2 Overall, 6-0-0 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 25 Indiana State Sept. 1 Belmont Sept. 6 at Arkansas Sept. 8 at Southwest Missouri Sept. 13 at Arkansas State Sept. 15 Indiana Sept. 20 at Kentucky Sept. 22 Oral Roberts Sept. 27 at Drake Sept. 29 at Creighton Oct. 4 Eastern Illinois* Oct. 7 Memphis Oct. 11 at Tennessee Tech* Oct. 12 Lipscomb Oct. 18 at Morehead State* Oct. 25 Austin Peay* Oct. 27 UT Martin* Oct. 30 at Murray State*

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

2-0 8-0 1-2 3-0 2-0 0-2 2-1 3-0 0-02OT 1-2 1-0 1-2 2-1 3-0 3-1 2-0 3-0 2-1

Tennessee Tech# Eastern Illinois #

W 2-1 T 2-22OT

# - OVC Tournament (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) Leading Scorer: Erika Todd 2003 10-5-5 Overall, 4-3-1 OVC (5th) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 29 Ohio Aug. 31 Oakland Sept. 5 at Auburn Sept. 9 at Memphis Sept. 12 IUPUI Sept. 14 Southwest Missouri Sept. 18 at Evansville Sept. 21 at Indiana State Sept. 23 Austin Peay* Sept. 28 at Ole Miss Oct. 3 at Louisville Oct. 5 at Morehead State* Oct. 10 Samford* Oct. 12 Jacksonville State* Oct. 17 at UT Martin* Oct. 19 at Murray State* Oct. 24 Eastern Illinois* Oct. 31 Tennessee Tech* Nov. 4 at UT Martin # Nov. 7 at Samford#

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

2-1 0-0 0-2 1-1 4-1 2-1OT 1-0 0-0 5-0 0-5 3-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 2-1 0-1OT 0-3 2-1 2-0 0-02oT

# - OVC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.) Leading Scorers: Beard, Poovey, Slattery 2004 11-6-2 Overall, 3-3-2 OVC (t-5th) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 27 Arkansas Aug. 29 Evansville Sept. 3 No. 14 Illinois Sept. 5 Xavier Sept. 12 at Northwestern Sept. 17 Air Force Sept. 19 Arkansas State Sept. 24 at Tennessee Tech* Sept. 26 at Austin Peay* Oct. 3 Morehead State*

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

W W L W L W W T W W

3-2 1-0 0-2 3-2 0-12OT 2-1 4-0 2-2 2OT 1-0 2-1

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All-Time Results Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 28 Oct. 31 Nov. 2

at Samford* at Jacksonville State* UT Martin* Murray State* at Eastern Illinois* Texas Tech SIU Edwardsville Alabama A&M at Murray State#

L T W L L W W W L

0-1 0-02OT 1-0 0-12OT 1-22OT 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-1

# - OVC Tournament (Murray, Ky.) Leading Scorer: Molli Beard 2005 13-6-1 Overall, 5-3-1 OVC (t-3rd) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 28 vs. IUPUI W 2-0 Sept. 2 Saint Louis L 0-1 Sept. 5 SIU Edwardsville W 3-0 Sept. 10 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 11-0 Sept. 16 at Evansville L 0-1 Sept. 18 Iowa W 2-1 Sept. 23 Eastern Illinois* T 0-02OT Sept. 25 Memphis W 1-02OT Sept. 30 Austin Peay* W 4-0 Oct. 2 Tennessee Tech* W 1-02OT Oct. 7 at Morehead State* L 0-2 Oct. 9 at Eastern Kentucky* W 1-0 Oct. 14 Jacksonville State* W 2-1 Oct. 16 Samford* L 1-3 Oct. 21 at Murray State* W 2-1OT Oct. 23 at UT Martin L 0-1 Oct. 26 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 Oct. 28 South Dakota State W 2-0 Nov. 1 Jacksonville State# W 1-0 (Cape Girardeau) Nov. 4 at Eastern Illinois# L 0-1 # - OVC Tournament (Charleston, Ill.) Leading Scorer: Lisa Schweppe 2006 10-8-2 Overall, 4-3-2 OVC (4th) Head Coach: Heather Nelson \Aug. 25 Arkansas-Little Rock Sept. 3 Missouri State

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W 1-0 L 0-1

Sept. 9 at DePaul Sept. 10 Troy Sept. 14 at Memphis Sept. 16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Sept. 18 at Saint Louis Sept. 24 UT Martin* Sept. 26 Murray State* Sept. 29 at Eastern Illinois* Oct. 6 at Austin Peay* Oct. 8 at Tennessee Tech* Oct. 13 Morehead State* Oct. 15 Eastern Kentucky* Oct. 21 at Jacksonville State* Oct. 23 at Samford* Oct. 31 Austin Peay # (Cape Girardeau) Nov. 3 vs. Samford # Nov. 5 vs. Morehead St. # Nov. 10 vs. No. 17 Illinois $

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

2-3 3-0 0-2 12-0 1-2 1-0 2-0 1-2 0-1OT 5-1 0-02OT 2-0 0-2 0-02OT 3-0

W 3-22OT W 2-0 L 0-2

$ - NCAA Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) # - OVC Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.) Leading Scorer: Courtney Alexander

2007 12-2-4 Overall, 8-0-1 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 31 Northwestern State Sept. 2 at Missouri State Sept. 9 DePaul Sept. 11 at Evansville Sept. 14 at Saint Louis Sept. 16 vs. Air Force (St. Louis, Mo.) Sept. 28 at Morehead State* Sept. 30 at Eastern Kentucky* Oct. 5 Austin Peay* Oct. 7 Tennessee Tech* Oct. 12 Eastern Illinois * Oct. 19 at Murray State* Oct. 21 at UT Martin* Oct. 26 Jacksonville State* Oct. 28 Samford* Nov. 9 vs. UT Martin# Nov. 11 vs. Samford# Nov. 16 at No. 23 Missouri $

W L W T L W

1-0 0-1 4-1 1-12OT 1-3 2-0

W W W W W W T W W W T T

3-2 9-0 2-0 3-0 4-2 3-2 0-0 2OT 1-0 1-02OT 1-0 1-12OT 1-12OT

$ - NCAA Tournament (Columbia, Mo.) # - OVC Tournament (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) Leading Scorer: Ashley Runion 2008 2-9-3 Overall, 1-5-2 OVC (9th) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 29 Missouri State L Sept. 7 vs. Army (St. Louis, Mo.) L Sept. 12 SIU Edwardsville L Sept. 19 at Northern Illinois L Sept. 22 Evansville T Sept. 26 Murray State * L Sept. 28 UT Martin * T Oct. 3 at Jacksonville State* L Oct. 5 at Alabama A&M W Oct. 10 Morehead State* T Oct. 12 Eastern Kentucky* L Oct. 17 at Austin Peay* W Oct. 19 at Tennessee Tech* L Oct. 26 at Eastern Illinois* L

0-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-1 2OT 0-1 1-12OT 1-2 2-1 0-02OT 0-1 2-0 1-2 1-2

Leading Scorer: Casey Kraft 2009 8-7-3 Overall, 2-3-3 OVC (t-6th) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 21 Indiana State Aug. 23 Evansville Aug. 28 Alabama A&M Aug. 30 Northern Illinois Sept. 4 vs. Western Michigan Sept. 6 vs. UMKC Sept. 11 at Northwestern State Sept. 13 Western Kentucky Sept. 25 at Washington (Mo.) Sept. 27 Eastern Illinois* Oct. 2 Austin Peay* Oct. 11 at UT Martin* Oct. 16 Jacksonville State* Oct. 18 Tennessee Tech* Oct. 23 at Morehead State* Oct. 25 at Eastern Kentucky* Oct. 29 at Murray State* Oct. 30 at SIUE

OVC Champions • 2001, 2002, 2007, 2011 | NCAA Tournament • 2006, 2007

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

1-0 0-1 10-0 1-0 1-2 3-1 0-2 2-0 1-4 1-12OT 0-02OT 1-2 1-0 1-0 1-12OT 0-1 0-1 1-0


All-Time Results Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Nov. 4

Leading Scorer: Bobbi Jo Schlick 2010 8-9-1 Overall, 4-3-1 OVC (t-2nd) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 22 Belmont Aug. 27 vs. Alabama A&M Aug. 29 vs. South Florida Sept. 1 Washington (Mo.) Sept. 5 Ball State Sept. 10 Stetson Sept. 17 at Western Kentucky Sept. 19 at Arkansas State Sept. 24 at Jacksonville State* Sept. 26 at Austin Peay* Oct. 3 Eastern Illinois* Oct. 8 Eastern Kentucky* Oct. 10 Morehead State* Oct. 15 at Tennessee Tech* Oct. 22 at Murray State* Oct. 24 UT Martin* Oct. 27 Quincy Nov. 11 Austin Peay#

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

2-12OT 9-1 0-4 1-0 2-32OT 2-3 0-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 0-1 2-1 0-02OT 0-2 1-3

Iowa State UT Martin Jacksonville State* Tennessee Tech* Morehead State#

L L W W L

0-2 1-22OT 3-0 3-0 1-2

# - OVC Tournament (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) Leading Scorer: Ashley Runion

# - OVC Tournament (Morehead, Ky.) Leading Scorer: Ashley Runion 2011 12-6-1 Overall, 8-0-1 OVC (1st) Head Coach: Heather Nelson Aug. 19 at Illinois State Aug. 21 at Iowa Aug. 28 Arkansas State Sept. 2 at Evansville Sept. 9 vs. Butler Sept. 11 at Kentucky Sept. 16 at Saint Louis Sept. 23 at Austin Peay* Sept. 26 at Murray State* Sept. 30 Eastern Illinois* Oct. 2 SIU Edwardsville* Oct. 7 at Morehead State* Oct. 9 at Eastern Kentucky* Oct. 14 at UT Martin*

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

3-2 1-2 4-0 3-0 1-0 0-2 0-02OT 3-1 3-0 1-0 3-0 1-2 The 2007 Southeast Missouri team won was the first Redhawk squad to capture both the OVC 1-0 regular season and tournament titles. 2-1

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All-Time Record vs. Series Records vs. All Opponents (2012 Opponents in Bold) Air Force................................................................2-0 Alabama A&M........................................................4-0 Arkansas................................................................1-1 Arkansas-Little Rock..............................................4-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff...............................................2-0 Arkansas State......................................................4-1 Army......................................................................0-1 Auburn...................................................................0-1 Austin Peay...................................................... 9-2-1 Ball State...............................................................0-1 Belmont................................................................3-0 Butler.....................................................................1-0 Central Arkansas...................................................2-0 Creighton...............................................................2-1 Depaul...................................................................1-1 Drake................................................................. 0-0-1 Drury......................................................................0-2 Eastern Illinois................................................. 5-9-3 Eastern Kentucky................................................5-2 Evansville......................................................... 3-2-2 Georgetown College..............................................1-0 Illinois.....................................................................0-1 Illinois State.........................................................1-1 Indiana...................................................................0-1 Indiana State..................................................... 2-0-1 Iowa.......................................................................1-1

Iowa State..............................................................0-1 IUPUI.....................................................................2-0 Jacksonville State........................................... 6-3-2 Kentucky..............................................................1-1 Lipscomb...............................................................3-0 Louisville..............................................................1-0 Louisiana Tech................................... First Meeting Memphis........................................................... 1-2-1 Middle Tennessee.............................................. 1-0-1 Missouri............................................................. 0-0-1 Missouri-Kansas City..........................................1-0 Missouri State........................................................2-5 Morehead State................................................ 8-5-3 Murray State.........................................................8-6 Nebraska............................................ First Meeting Northern Illinois......................................................1-1 Northern Iowa.................................................... 0-0-1 Northwestern.........................................................0-1 Northwestern State................................................2-0 Oakland............................................................. 0-0-1 Ohio.......................................................................1-0 Ole Miss.................................................................0-1 Oral Roberts..........................................................2-0 Quincy...................................................................0-1 Saint Louis....................................................... 0-3-1 Samford............................................................. 2-4-2

South Dakota State...............................................1-0 South Florida.........................................................0-1 SIU Edwardsville..................................................4-1 Stetson..................................................................0-1 Tennessee Tech............................................... 9-5-1 UT Martin........................................................ 10-3-3 Texas Tech.............................................................1-0 Troy.......................................................................1-0 Tulsa......................................................................1-0 Washington (Mo.)..................................................1-1 Western Illinois......................................................2-2 Western Kentucky.................................................1-1 Western Michigan..................................................0-1 Xavier....................................................................1-0 Youngstown State..................................................1-0

The 2011 Redhawks tied a school record with eight OVC victories en route to their fourth regular season league title.

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2012 Opponent Series History Austin Peay

Oct. 25, 2002 Sept. 23, 2003 Sept. 26, 2004 Sept. 30, 2005 Oct. 6, 2006 Oct. 31, 2006 Oct. 5, 2007 Oct. 17, 2008 Oct. 2, 2009 Sept. 26, 2011 Nov. 11, 2011 Sept. 23, 2011

9-2-1 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Clarksville, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Clarksville, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo.# Cape Girardeau, Mo. Clarksville, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Clarksville, Tenn. Murray, Ky.# Clarksville, Tenn.

Oct. 9, 2011 W, 2-0 W, 5-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 L, 0-1 (OT) W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-1

Belmont

Aug. 31, 2001 Sept. 1, 2002 Aug. 22, 2011

3-0-0 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo.

W, 3-0 W, 8-0 W, 2-1 (2OT)

Drake

Sept. 27, 2002

0-0-1 Des Moines, Iowa

T, 0-0 (2OT)

Eastern Illinois

Oct. 31, 1999 Nov. 6, 1999 Oct. 13, 2000 Oct. 5, 2001 Nov. 11, 2001 Oct. 4, 2002 Nov. 10, 2002 Oct. 24, 2003 Oct. 22, 2004 Sept. 23, 2005 Nov. 4, 2005 Sept. 29, 2006 Oct. 12, 2007 Oct. 26, 2008 Sept. 27, 2009 Oct. 3, 2011 Sept. 30, 2011

5-9-3 Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill.# Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo.# Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo.# Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill.# Charleston, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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

Eastern Kentucky Oct. 9, 2005 Oct. 15, 2006 Sept. 30, 2007 Oct. 12, 2008 Oct. 25, 2009 Oct. 8, 2011

5-2-0 Richmond, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Richmond, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Richmond, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo.

W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 9-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 W, 1-0

Richmond, Ky.

W, 1-0

Evansville

Sept. 18, 2003 Aug. 29, 2004 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 11, 2007 Sept. 22, 2008 Aug. 23, 2009 Sept. 2, 2011

3-2-2 Evansville, Ind. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Evansville, Ind. Evansville, Ind. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Evansville, Ind.

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

Illinois State

Sept. 6, 1999 Aug. 19, 2011

1-1-0 Normal, Ill. Normal, Ill.

L, 0-4 W, 3-2

Jacksonville State Sept. 2, 2001 Oct. 12, 2003 Oct. 10, 2004 Oct. 14, 2005 Nov. 1, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006 Oct. 26, 2007 Oct. 3, 2008 Oct. 16, 2009 Sept. 24, 2011 Oct. 28, 2011

6-3-2 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Jacksonville, Ala. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo.# Jacksonville, Ala. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Jacksonville, Ala. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Jacksonville, Ala. Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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

Kentucky

Sept. 20, 2002 Sept. 11, 2011

1-1-0 Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky.

W, 2-1 L, 0-2

Louisville

Oct. 3, 2003

1-0-0 Louisville, Ky.

W, 3-1

Memphis

Oct. 7, 2002 Sept. 9, 2003 Sept. 25, 2005 Sept. 14, 2006

1-2-1 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. 8-5-3 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Charleston, Ill.# Morehead, Ky. Charleston, Ill.#

Cape Girardeau, Mo. Morehead, Ky. Morehead, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Morehead, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Morehead, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Morehead, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Morehead, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo.#

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

Murray State

Oct. 3, 2000 Nov. 4, 2001 Nov. 9, 2001 Oct. 30, 2002 Oct. 19, 2003 Oct. 17, 2004 Nov. 2, 2004 Oct. 21, 2005 Sept. 26, 2006 Oct. 19, 2007 Sept. 26, 2008 Oct. 29, 2009 Oct. 22, 2011 Sept. 26, 2011

8-6-0 Murray, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo.# Murray, Ky. Murray, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Murray, Ky.# Murray, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Murray, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Murray, Ky. Murray, Ky. Murray, Ky.

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

SIU Edwardsville

4-1-0 (H: 3-1-0, A: 1-0-0, N: N/A) Date Location Oct. 28, 2004 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Sept. 5, 2005 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Sept. 12, 2008 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 30, 2011 Edwardsville, Ill. Oct. 2, 2011 Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Result W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0

Saint Louis

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

Morehead State

Oct. 3, 1999 Nov. 5, 1999 Oct. 6, 2000 Oct. 27, 2000

Oct. 19, 2001 Oct. 18, 2002 Oct. 5, 2003 Oct. 3, 2004 Oct. 7, 2005 Oct. 13, 2006 Sept. 28, 2007 Oct. 10, 2008 Oct. 23, 2009 Oct. 10, 2011 Oct. 7, 2011 Nov. 4, 2011

0-3-1 (H: 0-1-0, A: 0-2-1, N: N/A) Date Location Result Sept. 2, 2005 Cape Girardeau, Mo. L, 0-1 Sept. 18, 2006 St. Louis, Mo. L, 1-2 Sept. 14, 2007 St. Louis, Mo. L, 1-3 Sept. 16, 2011 St. Louis, Mo. T, 0-0 (2OT)

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

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9-5-1 (H: 7-1-0, A: 2-4-1, N: N/A) Date Location Result Sept. 24, 1999 Cookeville, Tenn. L, 0-2 Oct. 10, 1999 Cape Girardeau, Mo. L, 0-1 Sept. 29, 2000 Cookeville, Tenn. L, 0-2 Oct. 13, 2001 Cape Girardeau, Mo. W, 2-0 Oct. 11, 2002 Cookeville, Tenn. W, 2-1 Nov. 8, 2002 Cape Girardeau, Mo.# W, 2-1 Oct. 31, 2003 Cape Girardeau, Mo. W, 2-1 Sept. 24, 2004 Cookeville, Tenn. T, 2-2 (2OT) Oct. 2, 2005 Cape Girardeau, Mo. W, 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 8, 2006 Cookeville, Tenn. W, 5-1 Oct. 7, 2007 Cape Girardeau, Mo. W, 3-0 Oct. 19, 2008 Cookeville, Tenn. L, 1-2 Oct. 18, 2009 Cape Girardeau, Mo. W, 1-0 Oct. 15, 2011 Cookeville Tenn. L, 0-1 Oct. 30, 2011 Cape Girardeau, Mo. W, 3-0

UMKC

1-0-0 (H: N/A, A: N/A, N: 1-0-0) Date Location Sept. 6, 2009 Cedar Falls, Iowa

UT Martin

10-3-3 (H: 6-1-2, A: 4-2-1, N: N/A) Date Location Oct. 19, 1999 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 17, 2000 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 24, 2001 Martin, Tenn. Oct. 27, 2002 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 17, 2003 Martin, Tenn. Nov. 3, 2003 Martin, Tenn.# Oct. 15, 2004 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 23, 2005 Martin, Tenn. Sept. 24, 2006 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 21, 2007 Martin, Tenn. Nov. 9, 2007 Cape Girardeau, Mo.# Sept. 28, 2008 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 11, 2009 Martin, Tenn. Oct. 24, 2011 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Oct. 14, 2011 Martin, Tenn. Oct. 21, 2011 Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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

Result W, 3-1

Jessie Crabtree’s lone season at Southeast was memorable, she won OVC Offensive Player of the Year with nine goals and 22 points in 2011

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Postseason History Ohio Valley Conference Tournament (9-7-3) 1999 - Charleston, Ill. (1-1-0) First Round No. 4 Southeast Missouri 2, No. 5 Morehead State 0 Semifinals No. 1 Eastern Illinois 2, No. 4 Southeast Missouri 1 (OT) 2000 - Charleston, Ill. (0-1-0) First Round No. 4 Morehead State 2, No. 5 Southeast Missouri 1 2001 - Cape Girardeau, Mo. (1-1-0)

Semifinals No. 1 Southeast Missouri 2, No. 4 Murray State 0 Championship No. 2 Eastern Illinois 1, No. 1 Southeast Missouri 0 2002 - Cape Girardeau, Mo. (1-0-1) Semifinals No. 1 Southeast Missouri 2, No. 4 Tennessee Tech 1 Championship No. 2 Eastern Illinois 2, No. 1 Southeast Missouri 2 (2OT) (Eastern Illinois advances on penalty kicks) 2003 - Birmingham, Ala. (1-0-1) First Round (Campus Sites) No. 5 Southeast Missouri 2, No. 4 UT Martin 0

2007 - Cape Girardeau, Mo. (1-0-1) Semifinals No. 1 Southeast Missouri 1, No. 4 UT Martin 0 Championship No. 1 Southeast Missouri 1, No. 2 Samford 1 (Southeast Missouri advances on penalty kicks) 2010 - Morehead, Ky. (0-1-0)

Semifinals No. 3 Austin Peay 3, No. 2 Southeast Missouri 1 2011 - Cape Girardeau, Mo. (0-1-0) Semifinals No. 5 Morehead State 2, No. 1 Southeast Missouri 1

NCAA Tournament (0-1-1) 2006 - St. Louis, Mo. (0-1-0) No. 17 Illinois 2, Southeast Missouri 0 2007 - Columbia, Mo. (0-0-1) No. 23 Missouri 1, Southeast Missouri 1 (Missouri advances on penalty kicks)

OVC Tournament Breakdown W-L-T Records by Location Home................................................................. 5-2-2 Away.................................................................. 2-3-1 Neutral............................................................... 2-2-0 W-L-T Records by Opponent Austin Peay....................................................... 1-1-0 Eastern Illinois................................................... 0-3-1 Eastern Kentucky.................................................N/A Jacksonville State.............................................. 1-0-0 Morehead State................................................. 2-2-0 Murray State...................................................... 1-1-0 Samford*........................................................... 1-0-2 Tennessee Tech................................................ 1-0-0 UT Martin........................................................... 2-0-0 All-Time Penalty Kick Results (1-3) Nov. 10, 2002 (OVC Championship) Eastern Illinois 4, Southeast Missouri 3 Nov. 7, 2003 (OVC Semifinals) Samford 4, Southeast Missouri 1 Nov. 11, 2007 (OVC Championship) Southeast Missouri 5, Samford 3 Nov. 16, 2007 (NCAA Tournament) Missouri 2, Southeast Missouri 0

Semifinals No. 1 Samford 0, No. 4 Southeast Missouri 0 (2OT) (Samford advances on penalty kicks) 2004 - Birmingham, Ala. (0-1-0) First Round (Campus Sites) No. 3 Murray State 1, No. 6 Southeast Missouri 0 2005 - Charleston, Ill. (1-1-0) First Round (Campus Sites) No. 3 Southeast Missouri 1, No. 6 Jacksonville State 0 Semifinals No. 2 Eastern Illinois 1, No. 3 Southeast Missouri 0 2006 - Birmingham, Ala. (3-0-0) First Round (Campus Sites) No. 4 Southeast Missouri 3, No. 5 Austin Peay 0 Semifinals No. 4 Southeast Missouri 3, No. 1 Samford 2 (2OT) Championship No. 4 Southeast Missouri 2, No. 2 Morehead State 0

Nikki Edwards is Southeast’s all-time leader with 69 starts and 5,924 minutes played.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Hayley Abbott--------2009-present Abbie Albietz-----------------------2009 Courtney Alexander--------- 2006-07 Ashton Aubuchon---2010-present Chelsea Ballard------2010-present Ali Bauer---------------2009-present Molli Beard-------------------- 2003-07 Jessica Beckham------------ 2007-08 Carolyn Behnen-------------- 2000-01 Lorie Bittle--------------------------2000 Stephanie Bleau------------- 1999-02 Lauren Bozesky---------------2010-11 Jacey Boyko----------2010-present Courtney Britt----------------------1999 Nicole Bussman-------------- 2005-08 Cassie Brown----------------------2006 Taylor Byrd------------2010-present Torey Byrd------------- 2011-present Rachel Compton-----2010-present Lauren Costello-------------- 2004-07 Jessie Crabtree------------------- 2011 Jen Cross---------------------- 2000-04 Ashley DeRoy---------------- 2002-05 Dana Eakins-----------------------1999 Nikki Edwards-----------------2008-11 Gabrielle Eisenberg--------- 2007-08 Lauren Fabbro---------------------2002 Kristi Frick--------------------- 2007-08 Michelle Frossard------------ 2001-04 Amber Garner---------------- 2006-07 Marla Gianino----------------- 2001-04 Kelly Goehring----------2009-present Shona Goodwin---------------2008-11 Beth Guccione---------------- 1999-01 Ashley Grindstaff--------------2010-11 Jenny Hamilton--------------- 1999-02 Melanie Hamilton-----------------2001 Erin Hartmann---------------- 2002-05 Rachel Harrington----------- 2006-08 Vanessa Hart------------------2007-11 Lauren Hauskins------------- 2001-04 Tami Hebert------------------- 1999-00 Megan Hejlek----------------- 2002-05 Valerie Henderson----------- 2000-03 Meg Herndon-----------2009-present Rachel Hessenkemper----------1999 Caitlin Huber------------------ 2003-06 Katie Huelsing---------------------2001 Christine Keim---------------------2003 Jessica Kaiz------------------- 2005-07

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Mary Kalinowski-------------- 2002-05 Casey Kraft-------------------- 2005-08 Shayna Kremer--------------- 2007-08 Alaina Lacopo---------------- 2004-07 Lauren Lacopo--------------- 2006-09 Courtney Luehmann--2009-present Emily Knowlton--------------------2000 Stephanie Kulavic----------- 2006-09 Kori Marchi-------------------- 1999-02 Angela Martinez-------------- 1999-00 Megan Matter----------------- 2004-07 Dee Mayer--------------------------2003 Megan McGrath-------------- 2005-08 Nicole Monks----------------------2006 Becky Naeger----------------- 1999-00 Brooke Nett-------------------- 1999-00 Emily Newsham-------------------2004 Stephanie Palmer---2010-present Lindsay Pickering------------ 2005-07 Diana Poovey----------------- 2001-04 Heather Reding-------------- 2001-04 Trisha Rhomberg-----------------1999 Ashley Runion---------------- 2007-10 Margie Schaeffler------------ 2004-07 Bobbi Jo Schlick-------2009-present Karen Schmitt----------------- 2000-02 Blair Schuppan--------------- 2005-07 Brigette Schuppan----------------2009 Lisa Schweppe--------------- 2002-05 Erin Shulman--------- 2011-present Erin Slattery------------------- 2001-04 Katie Snelson----------------- 2008-09 Carina Souza----------------------2004 Kristen Starkey---------2009-present Nichole Thiele-------------- 1999-2001 Taylor Thomas-----------------2008-11 Erika Todd--------------------- 2000-03 Jennifer Unrein--------------- 1999-02 Melissa Vallera--------------- 1999-00 Mabel Velarde---------------- 2008-09 Amy Ward -------------2010-present Jessi Wuellner---------------- 2003-06 Julie Wunderlich-------------- 2000-03 Amanda Wrzos--------------- 2002-04 Lauren Zacheis--------------------2001

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About the OVC

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ow in its 65th year, the Ohio Valley Conference continues to build on the success that has made it the nation’s eighth-oldest NCAA Division I conference. In May 2011 the Conference expanded for the second time in four years, adding Belmont University which begins competition in the 2012-13 academic year. The addition of Belmont gives the OVC 12 members, the most the league has had at one time in its illustrious history. The move added a second team in the city of Nashville and was the first addition to the league since Southern Illinois University Edwardsville joined in 2008. The 2009-10 school year saw a change in leadership as Beth DeBauche was named the seventh full-time Commissioner in league history on July 28, 2009. She is currently one of just five females to be the head of a Division I conference, and one of just eight to lead a Division I conference all-time. The last three commissioners of the OVC have moved onto jobs as the commissioner of the Big Ten, Big 12 and the Mid-American Conferences. The OVC’s proud history dates back to 1948, but seeds for the new league were actually planted in 1941. It was then that Roy Stewart, the athletics director at Murray State, Charles “Turkey” Hughes, the athletics director at Eastern Kentucky, and Kelly Thompson, the public relations director at Western Kentucky, first broached the idea of forming a new conference. Discussions were put on hold by World War II, but reemerged Feb. 27-28, 1948 at the Kentucky Hotel in Louisville as the three original institutions combined with Morehead State, Louisville and Evansville to form the OVC. In the 1950s, the OVC became a pioneer on a much more significant scale socially. During times of racial segregation, league member Morehead State became one of the first non-traditionally black mid-southern institutions to accept a black student. In 1958, Marshall Banks earned athletically-related aid at Morehead, which signed a second black athlete, Howard Murphy, a year later. In 1961, Murphy earned all-conference recognition as a halfback in football. With racial barriers broken, the rest of the institutions in the league began to provide educational and athletic opportunities to AfricanAmericans. Through the past 64 years, 15 teams have won or shared the league’s football title. The list is led by Eastern Kentucky, winner of 21 outright or shared football crowns (including sharing the title in 2011), 8

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which is tied for the most in Football Championship Subdivision history (with Massachusetts). Among OVC teams, former member Middle Tennessee is next with 11 titles, followed by Tennessee Tech with 10, and Murray State and former member Western Kentucky with eight apiece. Eastern Illinois has claimed five football crowns and Jacksonville State has three, while Morehead State, Tennessee State and former members Evansville and East Tennessee State have captured two apiece. Austin Peay, Southeast Missouri (which captured its first crown in 2010), UT Martin and former member Youngstown State have one title apiece. Murray State and Evansville tied for the initial football championship, and the Racers participated in the first-ever bowl game by an OVC team, tying Sul Ross State 21-21 in the 1948 Tangerine Bowl. From 1948 to 1975, OVC teams played in 15 bowl games, winning eight of them. Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky were also participants in the NCAA Division II playoffs in the early and mid-1970s prior to the NCAA’s reclassification of football programs into Division I-AA. The term “I-AA” lasted until the end of the 2006 season when it was changed to Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). The first Division I-AA/FCS football playoff was held in 1978 with only four teams, which is the only year through present day that the OVC did not field a playoff representative. In 1979, four of the nation’s top teams were invited to the playoffs, and two of them - Eastern Kentucky and Murray State - were from the OVC. Murray dropped its semifinal game to Lehigh, but the Colonels nipped Nevada-Reno in double overtime and claimed the national championship a week later with a 30-7 victory over Lehigh. EKU was coached by former All-America quarterback Roy Kidd, who was in his 16th year at the helm of his alma mater and who skippered the Colonels to a second national title three years later. Following the 2002 season, Kidd retired after 39 years at EKU; upon retirement, he ranked sixth all-time among Division I coaches with 315 victories, earning him a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame. EKU’s 20 FCS playoff appearances are the second for the most all-time (behind only Montana). In addition to Kidd, other coaching legends in the OVC include Charles “Bubber” Murphy, who coached at Middle Tennessee from 1947-1968, Western Kentucky’s Jimmy Feix (1968-83), Wilburn Tucker (1954-67) and Don Wade (1968-82) of Tennessee Tech, Bill Ferguson (1967-77) of Murray State, Guy Penny (1959-67) of Morehead State and

Boots Donnelly (1977-78 at Austin Peay; 1979-1998 at Middle Tennessee). Following the 2011 season Eastern Illinois head coach Bob Spoo retired following 25 years at the school (the last 16 as members of the OVC). In his time as an OVC coach he compiled 92 total victories (fifth-most in league history) and 68 OVC wins (fourth-most in league history) and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2012. A sampling of former OVC football stars, some of whom were All-Americans during their collegiate careers before achieving stardom at the professional ranks, include Jim Youngblood and Larry Schreiber (Tennessee Tech), Phil Simms (Morehead State), Virgil Livers and Dale Lindsey (Western Kentucky), Myron Guyton and Chad Bratzke (Eastern Kentucky), Cortland Finnegan (Samford) and Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois). In 2008, former Tennessee State standout Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie became just the fourth NFL First Round draft pick in OVC history when he was selected 16th overall by the Arizona Cardinals. He would break into the starting lineup halfway through his rookie season and started at cornerback for the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. The OVC has had at least one former player named a NFL Pro Bowl selection in four of the past six seasons. The 2007 season marked a return to scholarship football and the OVC for the Austin Peay Governors. Following the 1996 season the Governors dropped scholarship football and competed as both an independent (1997-00, 2006) and as a member of the Pioneer Football League (2001-05). The 2007 season also brought new vernacular to the Ohio Valley Conference and the division formerly known as I-AA. Beginning with the 2006 National Championship game the term I-AA was changed to NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in a decision by the Division I Board of Directors. The new label was chosen to communicate in a positive and clear manner the unique differences between Division I football categories (chiefly, the post-season opportunity) while still defining them within the Division I experience. The FCS includes programs that compete in an effort to participate in the NCAA championship postseason structure (one of 89 NCAA national championships) as opposed to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) which competes in an effort to participate in the postseason bowl system (the 35 NCAA-licensed events which includes the Bowl Championship Series). In 2010 Southeast Missouri State, picked to finish seventh in the preseason poll, compiled a 7-1 Con-

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About the OVC ference record on the way to its first OVC Championship since joining the league in 1991. Overall the Redhawks were 9-2 during the regular season and earned a berth in the FCS Playoffs, its first playoff berth at any level in the program’s 104-year history. Southeast would lose to eventual national champion Eastern Washington in the second round of the playoffs. Head coach Tony Samuel capped the year by winning the Sports Network’s Eddie Robinson Award, given to the National Coach of the Year. Samuel was the second OVC coach to win the award (joining Murray State’s Houston Nutt who won the award in 1995). For only the second time in league history in 2011, three teams shared the OVC football championship, as Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State and Tennessee Tech finished with 6-2 records. The only other time in league history more than two champions were crowned at the end of the year was 1962 (when four teams shared the crown). Football wasn’t the only sport in which the OVC was quickly gaining respect. In 1955, the OVC became only the second six-member league nationally to earn an automatic bid to the prestigious NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which, at that time, was limited to only 24 participants. The Conference quickly proved worthy of that bid, as Morehead State defeated Marshall (107-92) and Wayne State (9584) in the 1956 tournament. Fifteen years later, former OVC member Western Kentucky became the first and only Conference team to reach the Final Four. The Hilltoppers defeated Jacksonville, Kentucky and Ohio State before losing to Villanova in double overtime in the national semifinals. WKU went on to finish in third place after beating Kansas 77-75 in the consolation game. Since that time, the OVC has recorded some of the biggest upsets in the history of the NCAA Tournament. Perhaps the most famous moment came in 1987, when Austin Peay came from fourth place in the regular season to win the OVC Tournament and earn the league’s automatic bid. The Governors drew powerful Illinois, and were such big underdogs, that ESPN broadcaster Dick Vitale promised to stand on his head if APSU won the game. After a 68-67 victory over the Illini, and a narrow 90-87 overtime loss to eventual Final Four participant Providence in the second round, Vitale made good on his promise in a visit to Clarksville two months later. Murray State added to the OVC’s string of upsets in 1988 when it knocked off 14th-ranked North

Carolina State, 78-75. The Racers’ M&M Boys - Jeff Martin and Don Mann - combined for 39 points in the win. MSU nearly went on to the Sweet 16 that year, losing to eventual national champion Kansas, 61-58. A bank shot by Mann that would’ve given the Racers a one-point lead rolled off the rim with three seconds left. In 1990 as a No. 16 seed, Murray State took No. 1 seed Michigan State into overtime before falling 75-71; that game still marks the closest a No. 16 seed has come to knocking off a No. 1 in men’s tournament action. More recently, Murray State has dominated the OVC Tournament, reaching the championship game every year in the 1990’s. The Racers’ 15 OVC Tournament Championships are the most among all OVC schools. After former member Middle Tennessee State won a first round game in 1989, the league had a drought as no other OVC team won a NCAA Tournament game for the next 19 years. But Morehead State, coming off a thrilling double overtime OVC Tournament victory over Austin Peay, topped Alabama State 58-43 in the Opening Round game at Flyer Arena in Dayton, Ohio. The game was played in front of an Opening Round record crowd of 11,346; that crowd included many MSU fans who made the three-hour drive from Morehead for the game. The Eagles season would come to an end three days later when they lost to No. 1 overall seed Louisville, despite playing the Cardinals close for a majority of the game. In 2009-10, Murray State made OVC history by winning a record 31 games (31-5) on its way to the league’s regular season and tournament championships. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the No. 13 seed Racers topped Vanderbilt in thrilling fashion when senior Danero Thomas hit a jumper as time expired to lift MSU to a 66-65 victory. It marked the first OVC team to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament since 1989, and snapped a skid of 71-straight loses to Southeastern Conference foes (dating back to 2000-01). In the second round the Racers pushed eventual national runner-up Butler to the brink before losing 54-52. In 2010-11 Morehead State would make it three NCAA Tournament wins in as many years for the league and got a bit of revenge for the 2009 tournament loss to Louisville in the process. After finishing second in the regular season and winning the OVC Tournament Championship, the No. 13 seeded Eagles were shipped to Denver to play the in-state foe Cardinals. MSU jumped out to a 15-2 advantage but were down four points (61-57) with just over a

minute to play in regulation. After two free throws from two-time OVC Player of the Year Kenneth Faried, the Eagles held for one final shot attempt and senior Demonte Harper pulled up off a crossover dribble to nail a 3-pointer with 4.3 seconds left that gave Morehead State a 62-61 lead. UofL had one last attempt but Faried blocked the Cardinals last shot, giving MSU the win, its first over Louisville since the 1956-57 season. In 2011-12 Murray State put together one of the greatest seasons in OVC history, beginning the year 23-0 (an all-time OVC best) and being ranked as high as No. 7 in the coaches poll on Feb. 6. The squad was the first OVC team to be nationallyranked since Murray State was ranked in 1997-98; in addition the top 10 ranking was the first for an OVC team since the 1970-71 campaign (WKU). The Racers would top nationally-ranked Memphis and Saint Mary’s during the season and win the league’s regular season and tournament championships. MSU earned a No. 6 seed in NCAA Tournament, the highest-ever seed for an OVC team since the NCAA began seeding the field in 1979. The Racers would top Colorado State 58-41 in the second round before falling to Marquette in the third round. Murray State would win 31 games overall, tying the OVC all-time record the Racers set in 2009-10. The OVC has now won NCAA Tournament games in four-straight seasons, something that has never happened in league history (three-game winning streaks from 1960-62 and 1987-89 had been the previous best streaks). Over that time period (2009-12) the OVC is one of just nine conferences nationally to win a NCAA Tournament game in each season and one of only three non-BCS leagues (joining the Atlantic 10 and WCC) to do so. During the 2010-11 year Faried, the nation’s leading rebounder during the season, became the NCAA’s Modern Era (since 1973) career rebounding leader, totaling 1,673 rebounds which passed Tim Duncan for the record (he is 11th all-time in NCAA history). Faried also finished his career with 86 double-doubles, second all-time to only Duncan. He is one of only six players in NCAA history to finish with 2,000-plus career points (2,009) and 1,600-plus career rebounds. Faried was drafted 22nd overall by the Denver Nuggets in the 2011 NBA Draft, becoming the first OVC player selected in the first round since Tennessee State’s Carlos Rogers 1994. Through its 64 years, 12 teams have won or shared the league’s regular season men’s basketball 8

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About the OVC title. Murray State heads the list with a Conferencerecord 23 outright or shared basketball crowns. Other past champions include former member Western Kentucky (19), Morehead State (9), Austin Peay (8), Eastern Kentucky (6), Tennessee Tech (5), former member Middle Tennessee (5), Tennessee State (2), former member East Tennessee State (2), Southeast Missouri State (1), UT Martin (who won its first in 2008-09) and former member Akron (1). Among the coaching greats in men’s basketball have been Western Kentucky’s E.A. Diddle, who retired with 759 victories and 10 OVC titles; John Oldham, who was a member of the very first All-OVC squad and went on to win seven OVC crowns during his coaching tenure at Tennessee Tech and Western Kentucky; Paul McBrayer, who guided Eastern Kentucky to 219 wins and three OVC crowns; and Cal Luther, who is the only person in Conference history to win men’s basketball Coach of the Year honors at two league schools - Murray State and UT Martin. Current Austin Peay head coach Dave Loos became the winningest coach in OVC history in 2009-10, netting his 319th victory and passing Luther on the all-time list. Loos enters the 2012-13 season with 363 victories. There have been an equal number of great players including Western Kentucky’s Clem Haskins, who is the only three-time OVC Player of the Year. Several players have won OVC Player of the Year honors twice: Western Kentucky’s Jim McDaniels (1969-70 and 1970-71), Murray State’s Les Taylor (1971-72, 1972-73), Jeff Martin (1987-88, 1988-89), Popeye Jones (1989-90, 1990-91) and Marcus Brown (1994-95, 1995-96), Austin Peay’s Otis Howard (1976-77, 1977-78), Middle Tennessee’s Jerry Beck (1980-81, 1981-82), Akron’s Joe Jakubick (1982-83, 1983-84), Tennessee State’s Carlos Rogers (1992-93, 1993-94), UT Martin’s Lester Hudson (2007-08, 2008-09) and Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried (2009-10, 2010-11). The OVC also has the honor of being the only conference to boast the nation’s leaders in scoring, rebounding and assists all in one season. That feat was accomplished in 1991-92 by Morehead State’s Brett Roberts (28.1 ppg), Murray State’s Popeye Jones (14.4 rpg) and Tennessee Tech’s Van Usher (8.8 apg). In 2007-08, UT Martin guard Lester Hudson became the first men’s Division I player to record a quadruple-double in a game, when he registered 25 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals 8

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in a victory over Central Baptist College. Hudson, who ranked fourth in scoring nationally as a junior, returned for his senior season in 2008-09 and was second nationally in scoring (behind Davidson’s Stephen Curry) at 27.5 points a contest. Hudson earned numerous honors (including OVC Player of the Year and OVC Male Athlete of the Year in each 2008 and 2009 and All-American status from several outlets) before being drafted by the Boston Celtics with the No. 58 pick of the 2009 NBA Draft. In the late 1970s, women’s athletics began somewhat of a rebirth on the national scene as the NCAA began sponsoring and marketing women’s sports. Recognizing the need to provide increased opportunities for female athletes, the OVC established women’s championships in the sports of basketball, tennis and track in 1977, with cross country and volleyball added over the next four years. Those sports were initially governed by the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), but the overall strength of women’s programs in the league was demonstrated by the automatic bids the OVC instantly received when the NCAA became the governing body in 1982. Women’s basketball in the OVC has been dominated by Tennessee Tech, which has won or shared 17 regular-season titles and owns nine OVC Tournament crowns. In fact, the Golden Eagles have reached the championship game of the OVC Tournament 21 times in the past 31 years. Although Tennessee Tech remains the standard-bearer, five other teams have won 13 of the last 19 OVC Tournaments. UT Martin became the latest program to add its name to the list, capturing its first OVC Tournament title in 2011 and repeating as champions in 2012. Austin Peay leads the group with seven crowns including four-straight from 2000-03 and back-to-back titles in 2009 and 2010, while Tennessee State, Eastern Kentucky, Murray State and Southeast Missouri each have won titles during that span. Several coaches have made their mark in the relatively short history of OVC women’s basketball. Former Tennessee Tech coach Marynell Meadors posted an amazing 363-139 (72.3%) record at Tech, becoming the first woman in NCAA or AIAW history to win 300 games at the same institution, while former Tennessee State skipper Teresa Phillips earned National Coach of the Year honors from USA Today in 1990 for turning around the Lady Tigers’ program before going on to lead TSU to the NCAA Tournament in 1994 and 1995. Tennessee Tech coach Bill

Worrell capped a stellar 20-year career in 2005-06 and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2007; he compiled a 408-190 record while leading the Golden Eagles to an unprecedented 16 OVC regular-season titles and eight NCAA Tournament appearances, including five straight from 1989-93. Larry Joe Inman, who retired at the conclusion of the 2007-08 season and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2009, won more than 100 games at both Middle Tennessee and Eastern Kentucky, and earned OVC Coach of the Year honors a record eight times - five times at EKU and three at MTSU. Inman came out of retirement to take the Tennessee State job and will be in his first year with the TSU program in 2012-13. Many great players have graced the hardwood over the years, including former OVC Players of the Year Brooke Armistead and Gerlonda Hardin from Austin Peay, Pam Chambers, Jerilynn Harper, Cheryl Taylor, Angela Moorehead, Roschelle Vaughn, Diane Seng, Janet Holt and Emily Christian from Tennessee Tech; Morehead State’s Donna Murphy, Priscilla Blackford and Chynna Bozeman; Eastern Kentucky’s Kim Mays; Southeast Missouri’s Gray C. Harris; and Murray State’s Ashley Hayes. Bozeman finished her collegiate career in 2010-11 by winning her second consecutive OVC Player of the Year award. Her 2,170 points ranks her eighth all-time in OVC history, her 377 made career 3-pointers is first in OVC history and sixth in NCAA history and her 1,096 career 3-point attempts ranks first in OVC history and second in NCAA history. Morehead State center Brittany Pittman set new school, league and NCAA standards for blocked shots in 2008-09. Pittman swatted 164 shots during the season, setting a new NCAA single-season record (which has since been broken). During the campaign, only her second with the Eagles, she also set career block records for both Morehead State and the OVC (287). The league also had another historical moment in November 2008 when the NCAA awarded Nashville the 2014 NCAA Women’s Division I Final Four. The OVC will serve as the host of the prestigious event, which is one of the biggest sporting events the city of Nashville can host. The event will be held at Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville. Over its 64 years, OVC teams have garnered national championships and bowl games in football, along with national team or individual titles in the sports of rifle, cross country, track and golf. The OVC has also produced several Olympic

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About the OVC athletes, including Murray State’s Morgan Hicks, who was a member of the 2004 United States Olympic Rifle Team and Morehead State’s Brian Shimer who competed in five Winter Olympics in bobsled (winning a bronze medal in 2002) and coached the 2010 United States bobsled team to its first gold medal since 1948. In addition, some of the greatest players in professional sports were educated at OVC institutions. The list includes former greats such as football’s Phil Simms (Morehead State), basketball’s Clem Haskins (Western Kentucky) and Bubba Wells (Austin Peay) and two-sport star Steve Hamilton (Morehead State) to present-day standouts like basketball player Trenton Hassell (Austin Peay), football player Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois) and baseball players George Sherrill (Austin Peay) and Jon Rauch (Morehead State). Hamilton is the only athlete to ever play in the NCAA Basketball Championship, a Major League Baseball World Series (New York Yankees) and a NBA Championship Series (Los Angeles Lakers). The OVC’s first volleyball tournament was held in 1981, the same year Eastern Kentucky began a string of six straight tournament crowns. Former EKU skipper Dr. Geri Polvino compiled a 627-439 record in 32 seasons as head coach of the Colonels, earning OVC Coach of the Year honors eight times. More recently, former Austin Peay coach Cheryl Holt and former Southeast Missouri skipper Cindy Gannon also earned their peers’ recognition multiple times with four awards each. Throughout the last 29 years, 10 different teams have won an OVC regular-season or tournament volleyball crown. Since joining the league in 1991, Southeast Missouri has dominated the scene, winning seven of its eight regular-season titles during the 1990’s, including five straight from 1993-97. The Redhawks have also won five tournament crowns (1994, 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000). Jacksonville State won back-to-back OVC Tournament Championships (2005, 2006) including going through the OVC undefeated (16-0) in 2006 and winning a NCAA Tournament match in 2010, the league’s first NCAA victory since 2000. Following the 2007 season, Jacksonville State’s Abbey Breit was named the OVC Offensive Player of the Year for the third-straight season, becoming the first player in OVC history to accomplish that feat. Four other individuals - Eastern Kentucky’s Angela Boykins (1985-86), Morehead State’s Dayle Hammontree (1988-89), Southeast Missouri’s Tuba

Meto (1996-97) and Morehead State’s Amy Almond (2001-02) – were back-to-back winners of the award. In 2007, Eastern Kentucky’s Jacob Korir won his fourth straight Conference cross country title becoming just the third OVC student-athlete and 13th athlete nationally to accomplish that feat. Korir was a three-time All-American in cross country, earning two top-10 finishes at the NCAA Cross Country Championship. The Nairobi, Kenya, native was also named a track and field All-American twice during his career, was selected as the OVC Male Athlete of the Year in 2006-07 and received the NCAA post graduate scholarship in 2008. In 2011 the Eastern Kentucky men’s cross country earned a national ranking in the USTFCCCA poll, climbing to as high as No. 17; the ranking was the highest for an OVC team since the polls began in the early 1980s. The EKU men would win its record 20th OVC Championship and later qualify for the NCAA Championship, becoming the first OVC team to reach the national championship meet since 1980. Eastern Kentucky finished 26th overall at the event as junior Soufiane Bouchikhi finished 47th in a field of 252 runners. On the women’s side Eastern Kentucky senior Lydia Kosgei became the first EKU woman to ever qualify for the NCAA Championship and went on to finish 37th at the national meet, marking the second-highest finish for a female in OVC history, and also earning All-American honors. In 2007 the Conference had two teams in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament for the first time in league history, as former OVC member Samford earned an at-large selection while Southeast Missouri was the Conference’s automatic bid. In 2009 it was OVC softball that accomplished several firsts as UT Martin (tournament champion) and Jacksonville State (at-large) were each selected for the NCAA Championship. Jacksonville State would take it a step farther by winning the Knoxville Regional (beating No. 13 national seed Tennessee along the way) to become the first OVC softball program to advance to a Super Regional. Jax State would fall to No. 4 Alabama in that Super Regional but finished the season 43-16 (19-2 OVC) and ranked 21st nationally in the ESPN.com/USA Softball poll and 24th nationally in the USA Today/ NFCA poll. The league’s baseball presence has continued to evolve since its inception. The OVC baseball tournament moved to a neutral site for the first time

in 2001 with Paducah, Ky. and Brooks Stadium hosting the tournament in front of raucous crowds. The success of the tournament led to Jackson, Tenn. and Pringles Park – the home of the Seattle Mariner’s Class AA affiliate – hosting the event for the first time in 2010. The OVC also has made a statement in the NCAA Baseball Championship in recent years, with its teams involved in several memorable contests in the last decade. Tennessee Tech surprised Wake Forest in the opening round of the 2001 tournament and Southeast Missouri stunned host Alabama in the opening round of the 2002 championship. Five years later, Austin Peay captured the collegiate baseball world’s attention by taking Vanderbilt, the 2007 No. 1 overall seed, to extra innings. Eastern Illinois pushed host Nebraska to the limit in 2008 followed by Tennessee Tech’s memorable contest against host Clemson in 2009. After not making the OVC Tournament field in either 2009 or 2010, Austin Peay, who was picked to finish seventh in the preseason poll, won the regular season and tournament championships to garner its fourth NCAA Tournament appearance. In the first game of NCAA Regional play the Govs knocked off host and No. 1 seed Georgia Tech 2-1. In 2012 Austin Peay completed a “repeat squared” (back-to-back regular season and tournament championships) for the first-time in OVC history. The Govs would go on to top Indiana State and Cal State Fullerton at the Eugene Regional, before falling to host Oregon in the regional final. In marked the first-time since the 2000 season (Middle Tennessee) that an OVC team had won multiple NCAA Tournaments games in the same season. Overall OVC teams have won at least one game in the NCAA regional round in four of the last six years. A first in the OVC occurred in 2008, when the league had a first round draft pick in both the NFL (Tennessee State’s Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie) and Major League Baseball (Eastern Kentucky’s Christian Friedrich) Drafts in the same school year. A year later (2009) the league had a Major League Baseball First Round Compensation Round pick (Eastern Illinois’ Tyler Kehrer who was No. 48 overall) and NBA Second Round pick (UT Martin’s Lester Hudson) in the same season. In 2010 a record 13 OVC baseball players were selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft. The playing field is not the only place where OVC 8

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About the OVC athletes are working hard. The league also recognizes excellence in the classroom. Six ScholarAthlete Awards are presented yearly to male and female athletes, while others are commended for their academic success by being Medal of Honor recipients or earning a spot on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Additionally, the league annually presents one institutional Academic Achievement Award, as well as separate team awards in each Conference-sponsored sport. Since the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America program began, the Ohio Valley Conference has had 211 student-athletes honored with the award, including 32 over the last three years (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12). Through the early years of the league, administrators wrestled with fan behavior due to the close proximity of the Conference members and the intense rivalries which developed. Just as it did decades ago, the OVC took the leadership role on what has become a national issue. In 1995, the OVC implemented a first-of-its-kind “Sportsmanship Statement,” a policy which promotes principles of fair play, ethical conduct and respect for one’s opponent. The statement has become a model for others to follow across the nation, and has answered the challenge of the NCAA Presidents Commission to improve sportsmanship in collegiate athletics. Additionally, the OVC annually presents the Steve Hamilton Sportsmanship Award, in honor of the former Morehead State student-athlete, coach and athletics director, to a junior or senior studentathlete with significant athletic contributions who best exemplifies the characteristics of sportsmanship and citizenship. Most recently, the Conference has also implemented the OVC Institutional and Team Sportsmanship Awards, which are presented to one institution and 18 sport-specific teams voted by their peers to have best exhibited the standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct as outlined by the OVC and NCAA. The vision of leadership demonstrated by the Founding Fathers in 1948 remains alive today as the Ohio Valley Conference prepares for the future. One example is in regard to the current trend in collegiate athletics administration for increased involvement of university presidents in setting policies and making rules. The presidents of OVC institutions, however, have always governed the Conference, long before presidential governance became a national theme. 8

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The Ohio Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis and track for men, and basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball for women. In addition, the OVC also sponsors the combined men’s and women’s sport of rifle. Now in its seventh decade of competition, the Ohio Valley Conference has grown significantly from its humble beginnings while increasing the number of athletics opportunities it provides for students. Current league representatives include charter members Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University and Murray State University, along with Austin Peay State University, Belmont University, Eastern Illinois University, Jacksonville State University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee at Martin.

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2011 OVC Stats 2011 Standings

OVC Pts. Pct. Southeast Missouri# 8-1-0 24 .889 Eastern Kentucky 5-3-1 16 .611 UT Martin* 5-3-1 16 .611 Murray State 4-3-2 14 .556 Morehead State 4-4-1 13 .500 SIUE 4-5-0 12 .444 Eastern Illinois 4-5-0 12 .444 Austin Peay 3-5-1 10 .389 Jacksonville State 1-4-4 7 .333 Tennessee Tech 2-7-0 6 .222 # - OVC Regular-Season Champion * - OVC Tournament Champion

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GF 21 9 14 10 12 6 7 10 5 6

GA 4 7 9 9 9 11 7 17 11 16

Overall 12-6-1 7-10-3 14-7-2 7-9-3 11-8-3 6-9-1 5-12-2 9-8-1 2-13-4 5-13-1

Pct. .658 .425 .652 .447 .568 .406 .316 .528 .211 .289

GF 35 18 43 22 33 17 14 44 10 18

GA 16 28 31 25 27 24 24 25 28 32

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

Away 6-3 4-4 4-3 4-1 4-4 2-5 1-7 4-5 1-9 3-7

SHOTS 1. UT Martin 2. Morehead State 3. Murray State Austin Peay 5. Southeast Missouri 6. Eastern Kentucky 7. SIUE 8. Jacksonville State 9. Eastern Illinois 10. Tennessee Tech

GP 23 22 19 18 19 20 16 19 19 19

No. 383 356 281 281 260 247 221 199 192 191

Avg/G 16.65 16.18 14.79 15.61 13.68 12.35 13.81 10.47 10.11 10.05

GOALS PER GAME 1. Austin Peay 2. UT Martin 3. Southeast Missouri 4. Morehead State 5. Murray State 6. SIUE 7. Tennessee Tech 8. Eastern Kentucky 9. Eastern Illinois 10. Jacksonville State

GP 18 23 19 22 19 16 19 20 19 19

No. 44 43 35 33 22 17 18 18 14 10

Avg/G 2.44 1.87 1.84 1.50 1.16 1.06 0.95 0.90 0.74 0.53

GOALS ALLOWED 1. Southeast Missouri 2. SIUE Eastern Illinois 4. Austin Peay Murray State 6. Morehead State 7. Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State 9. UT Martin 10. Tennessee Tech

GP 19 16 19 18 19 22 20 19 23 19

POINTS 1. UT Martin 2. Austin Peay 3. Southeast Missouri 4. Morehead State 5. Murray State 6. SIUE 7. Eastern Kentucky 8. Tennessee Tech 9. Eastern Illinois 10. Jacksonville State

GP 23 18 19 22 19 16 20 19 19 19

No. 120 114 100 95 62 50 47 45 37 25

Avg/G 5.22 6.33 5.26 4.32 3.26 3.12 2.35 2.37 1.95 1.32

ASSISTS 1. UT Martin 2. Southeast Missouri 3. Morehead State 4. Austin Peay 5. Murray State 6. SIUE 7. Eastern Kentucky 8. Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech 10. Jacksonville State

GP 23 19 22 18 19 16 20 19 19 19

No. 34 30 29 26 18 16 11 9 9 5

Avg/G 1.48 1.58 1.32 1.44 0.95 1.00 0.55 0.47 0.47 0.26

GA AVERAGE 1. Southeast Missouri 2. Morehead State 3. Eastern Illinois 4. Murray State 5. UT Martin 6. Austin Peay 7. Eastern Kentucky 8. Jacksonville State 9. SIUE 10. Tennessee Tech

GP GA Minutes GAA 19 16 1746:44 0.82 22 27 2069:39 1.17 19 24 1763:35 1.22 19 25 1772:46 1.27 23 31 2150:26 1.30 18 25 1673:55 1.34 20 28 1869:14 1.35 19 28 1843:50 1.37 16 24 1481:18 1.46 19 32 1766:54 1.63

GOALS 1. Austin Peay 2. UT Martin 3. Southeast Missouri 4. Morehead State 5. Murray State 6. Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech 8. SIUE 9. Eastern Illinois 10. Jacksonville State

GP 18 23 19 22 19 20 19 16 19 19

No. 44 43 35 33 22 18 18 17 14 10

Avg/G 2.44 1.87 1.84 1.50 1.16 0.90 0.95 1.06 0.74 0.53

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Southeast Missouri 2. UT Martin 3. Austin Peay 4. Morehead State 5. SIUE 6. Murray State 7. Eastern Kentucky 8. Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois 10. Jacksonville State

GP 19 23 18 22 16 19 20 19 19 19

No. 30 34 26 29 16 18 11 9 9 5

Avg/G 1.58 1.48 1.44 1.32 1.00 0.95 0.55 0.47 0.47 0.26

SAVES 1. Jacksonville State 2. Eastern Illinois 3. UT Martin 4. Tennessee Tech 5. Eastern Kentucky 6. Morehead State 7. Murray State 8. Southeast Missouri 9. Austin Peay 10. SIUE

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Neutral 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-3 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1

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No. 16 24 24 25 25 27 28 28 31 32

Saves 163 123 110 105 94 93 84 75 73 67

Avg/G 0.84 1.50 1.26 1.39 1.32 1.23 1.40 1.47 1.35 1.68

Avg/G 8.58 6.47 4.78 5.53 4.70 4.23 4.42 3.95 4.06 4.19


2011 OVC Stats SHUTOUTS 1. Southeast Missouri 2. Murray State UT Martin 4. Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Morehead State 7. SIUE 8. Jacksonville State 9. Eastern Kentucky 10. Tennessee Tech

GP 19 19 23 18 19 22 16 19 20 19

No. 10 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 3 2

Avg/G 0.53 0.37 0.30 0.33 0.32 0.27 0.31 0.21 0.15 0.11

CORNERS 1. UT Martin 2. Morehead State 3. SIUE 4. Eastern Kentucky 5. Austin Peay 6. Southeast Missouri 7. Murray State 8. Eastern Illinois 9. Tennessee Tech 10. Jacksonville State

GP 23 22 16 20 18 19 19 19 19 19

No. 111 103 85 84 77 74 73 59 52 50

Avg/G 4.83 4.68 5.31 4.20 4.28 3.89 3.84 3.11 2.74 2.63

FOULS 1. Morehead State 2. Murray State 3. UT Martin 4. SIUE 5. Tennessee Tech 6. Jacksonville State 7. Southeast Missouri 8. Eastern Kentucky 9. Eastern Illinois 10. Austin Peay

GP 22 19 23 16 19 19 19 20 19 18

No. 236 230 215 198 189 182 169 160 138 112

Avg/G 10.73 12.11 9.35 12.38 9.95 9.58 8.89 8.00 7.26 6.22

OFFSIDES 1. UT Martin 2. Murray State 3. Austin Peay 4. Eastern Illinois 5. Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State 7. Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech 9. Morehead State 10. SIUE

GP 23 19 18 19 20 19 19 19 22 16

No. 41 37 35 33 32 32 27 27 24 22

Avg/G 1.78 1.95 1.94 1.74 1.60 1.68 1.42 1.42 1.09 1.38

SHOTS GP No. 1. LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 79 2. MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 78 3. JORDAN, Devan-MOR 20 54 4. CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 52 5. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 51 6. AUER, Michelle-SIUE 16 48 CURTIS, Alyssa-UTM 23 48 8. SERA, Midori-UTM 22 46 9. BOZESKY, Lauren-SEMO 19 44 10. MURDOCH, Jocelyn-APSU 17 42

Avg/G 3.43 4.11 2.70 2.89 2.83 3.00 2.09 2.09 2.32 2.47

SHOTS PER GAME GP No. 1. MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 78 2. LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 79 3. AUER, Michelle-SIUE 16 48 4. CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 52 5. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 51 6. SHULMAN, Erin-SEMO 14 38 7. JORDAN, Devan-MOR 20 54 8. ARIZA, Natalia-APSU 16 41 9. MURDOCH, Jocelyn-APSU 17 42 10. HARGREAVES, Sophie-MUR 17 40

Avg/G 4.11 3.43 3.00 2.89 2.83 2.71 2.70 2.56 2.47 2.35

POINTS GP G A P A vg/G 1. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 16 7 39 2.17 2. CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 9 4 22 1.22 LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 9 4 22 0.96 4. SHULMAN, Erin-SEMO 14 9 0 18 1.29 MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 8 2 18 0.95 KIRACOFE, Brittany-MOR 22 7 4 18 0.82 7. BOZESKY, Lauren-SEMO 19 7 3 17 0.89 8. MCGOWEN, Hannah-UTM 23 3 10 16 0.70 9. PERKINS, Emily-APSU 18 7 1 15 0.83 10. ARIZA, Natalia-APSU 16 5 4 14 0.88 WICKER, Shauna-MUR 19 7 0 14 0.74 POINTS PER GAME GP G A P A vg/G 1. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 16 7 39 2.17 2. SHULMAN, Erin-SEMO 14 9 0 18 1.29 3. CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 9 4 22 1.22 4. LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 9 4 22 0.96 5. MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 8 2 18 0.95 6. BOZESKY, Lauren-SEMO 19 7 3 17 0.89 7. ARIZA, Natalia-APSU 16 5 4 14 0.88 8. PERKINS, Emily-APSU 18 7 1 15 0.83 9. KIRACOFE, Brittany-MOR 22 7 4 18 0.82 10. PULTZ, Claire-APSU 13 5 0 10 0.77

YELLOW CARDS 1. Murray State 2. Jacksonville State 3. SIUE 4. UT Martin Southeast Missouri 6. Tennessee Tech 7. Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois 9. Morehead State 10. Austin Peay

GP 19 19 16 23 19 19 20 19 22 18

No. 22 18 17 14 14 10 9 9 8 6

Avg/G 1.16 0.95 1.06 0.61 0.74 0.53 0.45 0.47 0.36 0.33

GOALS GP No. 1. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 16 2. SHULMAN, Erin-SEMO 14 9 CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 9 LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 9 5. MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 8 6. PERKINS, Emily-APSU 18 7 WICKER, Shauna-MUR 19 7 BOZESKY, Lauren-SEMO 19 7 KIRACOFE, Brittany-MOR 22 7 10. PULTZ, Claire-APSU 13 5 ARIZA, Natalia-APSU 16 5 GERMANN, Kristin-EIU 19 5 BIRCHMEIER, Jillian-MOR 22 5 CURTIS, Alyssa-UTM 23 5

Avg/G 0.89 0.64 0.50 0.39 0.42 0.39 0.37 0.37 0.32 0.38 0.31 0.26 0.23 0.22

GOALS PER GAME GP No. 1. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 16 2. SHULMAN, Erin-SEMO 14 9 3. CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 9 4. MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 8 5. LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 9 6. PERKINS, Emily-APSU 18 7 7. PULTZ, Claire-APSU 13 5 8. WICKER, Shauna-MUR 19 7 BOZESKY, Lauren-SEMO 19 7 10. KIRACOFE, Brittany-MOR 22 7

Avg/G 0.89 0.64 0.50 0.42 0.39 0.39 0.38 0.37 0.37 0.32

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2011 OVC Stats ASSISTS GP No. 1. MCGOWEN, Hannah-UTM 23 10 2. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 7 3. GILDEHAUS, Stephanie-MOR 22 6 WILSON, Kendyl-UTM 23 6 5. THOMAS, Devon-SIUE 16 5 QUICENO, Andy-APSU 17 5 CUNNINGHAM, Jenelle-MUR 17 5 8. ARIZA, Natalia-APSU 16 4 CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 4 BAUER, Ali-SEMO 19 4 BOYKO, Jacey-SEMO 19 4 HAWKSFORD, Ali-MOR 22 4 KIRACOFE, Brittany-MOR 22 4 PHILLIP, Sarah-MOR 22 4 LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 4

Avg/G 0.43 0.39 0.27 0.26 0.31 0.29 0.29 0.25 0.22 0.21 0.21 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.17

ASSISTS PER GAME GP No. 1. MCGOWEN, Hannah-UTM 23 10 2. ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 7 3. THOMAS, Devon-SIUE 16 5 4. QUICENO, Andy-APSU 17 5 CUNNINGHAM, Jenelle-MUR 17 5 6. GILDEHAUS, Stephanie-MOR 22 6 7. WILSON, Kendyl-UTM 23 6 8. ARIZA, Natalia-APSU 16 4 9. CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 4 10. BAUER, Ali-SEMO 19 4 BOYKO, Jacey-SEMO 19 4

Avg/G 0.43 0.39 0.31 0.29 0.29 0.27 0.26 0.25 0.22 0.21 0.21

GAME-WINNING GOALS GP No. 1. SHULMAN, Erin-SEMO 14 4 ARIZA, Tatiana-APSU 18 4 3. IFFRIG, Meagan-SIUE 16 3 Hargreaves, Sophie-MUR 17 3 CRABTREE, Jessie-SEMO 18 3 BOZESKY, Lauren-SEMO 19 3 MOONEY, Julie-MUR 19 3 CURTIS, Alyssa-UTM 23 3 LOZA, Rosaelia-UTM 23 3

Avg/G 0.29 0.22 0.19 0.18 0.17 0.16 0.16 0.13 0.13

GA AVG GP GA Minutes GAA 1. AUBUCHON, Ashton-SEMO 18 14 1620:32 0.78 2. DU, Yi-MUR 17 17 1389:23 1.10 3. BLEVINS, Katie-MOR 22 27 2069:39 1.17 4. TALDONE, Jessica-EIU 18 20 1494:35 1.20 5. KLENKE, Mariah-UTM 16 15 1119:46 1.21 6. WICKETT, Annie-EKU 20 25 1807:42 1.24 7. LOVERCHECK, Claire-SIUE 14 15 1 038:44 1.30 8. MACKENZIE, Lauren-UTM 15 16 1 030:40 1.40 9. Katelyn Geddings-JSU 19 26 1655:58 1.41 10. SHOAFF, Haylee-APSU 16 21 1284:18 1.47

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SAVE PERCENTAGE GP Saves GA Save% 1. GEDDINGS, Katelyn-JSU 19 139 26 .842 2. TALDONE, Jessica-EIU 18 106 20 .841 3. AUBUCHON, Ashton-SEMO 18 67 14 .827 4. MACKENZIE, Lauren-UTM 15 61 16 .792 5. DU, Yi-MUR 17 63 17 .788 6. WICKETT, Annie-EKU 20 85 25 .773 7. BLEVINS, Katie-MOR 22 91 27 .771 8. KLENKE, Mariah-UTM 16 48 15 .762 9. TOLER, Becca-TTU 19 99 32 .756 10. LOVERCHECK, Claire-SIUE 14 46 15 .754 SAVES GP No. 1. GEDDINGS, Katelyn-JSU 19 139 2. TALDONE, Jessica-EIU 18 106 3. TOLER, Becca-TTU 19 99 4. BLEVINS, Katie-MOR 22 91 5. WICKETT, Annie-EKU 20 85 6. AUBUCHON, Ashton-SEMO 18 67 7. SHOAFF, Haylee-APSU 16 64 8. DU, Yi-MUR 17 63 9. MACKENZIE, Lauren-UTM 15 61 10. KLENKE, Mariah-UTM 16 48

Avg/G 7.32 5.89 5.21 4.14 4.25 3.72 4.00 3.71 4.07 3.00

SAVES PER GAME GP No. 1. GEDDINGS, Katelyn-JSU 19 139 2. TALDONE, Jessica-EIU 18 106 3. TOLER, Becca-TTU 19 99 4. WICKETT, Annie-EKU 20 85 5. BLEVINS, Katie-MOR 22 91 6. MACKENZIE, Lauren-UTM 15 61 7. SHOAFF, Haylee-APSU 16 64 8. AUBUCHON, Ashton-SEMO 18 67 9. DU, Yi-MUR 17 63 10. LOVERCHECK, Claire-SIUE 14 46

Avg/G 7.32 5.89 5.21 4.25 4.14 4.07 4.00 3.72 3.71 3.29

SHUTOUTS GP Sho 1. AUBUCHON, Ashton-SEMO 1 8 8.0 2. DU, Yi-MUR 17 6.0 BLEVINS, Katie-MOR 22 6.0 4. TALDONE, Jessica-EIU 18 5.0 5. LOVERCHECK, Claire-SIUE 1 4 4.0 GEDDINGS, Katelyn-JSU 19 4.0 7. MACKENZIE, Lauren-UTM 15 3.0 WICKETT, Annie-EKU 20 3.0 SHOAFF, Haylee-APSU 16 3.0 10. TOLER, Becca-TTU 19 2.0 KLENKE, Mariah-UTM 16 2.0

Sho/G 0.44 0.35 0.27 0.28 0.29 0.21 0.20 0.15 0.19 0.11 0.12

SHUTOUTS PER GAME GP Sho 1. AUBUCHON, Ashton-SEMO 18 8.0 2. DU, Yi-MUR 17 6.0 3. LOVERCHECK, Claire-SIUE 1 4 4.0 4. TALDONE, Jessica-EIU 18 5.0 5. BLEVINS, Katie-MOR 22 6.0 6. GEDDINGS, Katelyn-JSU 19 4.0 7. MACKENZIE, Lauren-UTM 15 3.0 8. SHOAFF, Haylee-APSU 16 3.0 9. WICKETT, Annie-EKU 20 3.0 10. KLENKE, Mariah-UTM 16 2.0

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Sho/G 0.44 0.35 0.29 0.28 0.27 0.21 0.20 0.19 0.15 0.12


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