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The 2010 Season BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2010 WOMEN’S SOCCER

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BGSU WOMEN’S SOCCER 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS The 2010 Season Rosters & Pronunciations 3 Roster Breakdown 4 The Coaching Staff Head Coach Andy Richards Assistant Coach Scott Gloden Assistant Coach Tiffany Hansen Assistant Coach Brianne Eisenhard Meet the Falcons The Seniors The Juniors The Sophomores The Freshmen

The MAC The Mid-American Conference MAC Standings & History Series Information/Results

UNIVERSITY/ATHLETIC DEPT.

School Bowling Green State University Location Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0030 Founded 1910 Enrollment 15,356 Nickname Falcons Colors Orange & Brown Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Mid-American (MAC) – East Div. Home Facility Cochrane Field Press Box Phone 419.372.0550 President Dr. Carol A. Cartwright Faculty Representative Dr. Lee Meserve Director of Athletics Greg Christopher Senior Associate AD/SWA Lesley Irvine Athletics Dept. Phone 419.372.2401

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Overall Record 2009 MAC Record Conference Finish MAC Tournament Letterwinners Returning / Lost Starters Returning / Lost

COACHING STAFF

5-12-3 (.325) 1-7-3 (.227) T-11th of 12 Did not qualify 17 / 8 8/3

Head Coach Andy Richards Alma Mater Sheffield City Polytechnic [England], 1989 Office Phone 419.372.9602 E-Mail arich@bgsu.edu Record at BGSU (years) 98-96-22 (10) MAC Record 53-49-12 Career Record (years) 98-96-22 (10) Assistant Coach Scott Gloden Alma Mater Michigan, 1998 Office Phone 419.372.9617 E-Mail sgloden@bgsu.edu Student Assistant Coach Tiffany Hansen Alma Mater BGSU, 2008 E-Mail thansen@bgsu.edu Student Assistant Coach Brianne Eisenhard Alma Mater BGSU, 2009 E-Mail brianne@bgsu.edu 2

HISTORY

First Year of Women’s Soccer 1997 All-Time Varsity Record 117-130-26 (.476) All-Time MAC Record 60-66-16 (.479) MAC Regular-Season Titles 1 (2005) MAC Tournament Appearances 9 (1998-2000-02-03-04-05-06-07-08) MAC Tournament Semifinal Appearances 8 (1998-2000-02-03-04-05-07-08) MAC Tourn. Championship Appearances 5 (2000-03-04-05-07) MAC Tournament Titles 2 (2004-05) MAC Tournament Record 11-6-5 (.614) NCAA Championships Appearances 2 (2004-05) NCAA Championships Record 0-2-0 (.000)

Falcon Women’s Soccer History Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Statistics Year-by-Year Team/Opp. Statistics Letterwinners Uniform Numerology Honors & Awards Cochrane Soccer Stadium Career Statistics Individual & Team Records

6-8 9 10 11 13-16 17-24 25-29 30-36 38-40 41-44 44-46 48-50 51-63 65 66 67 69-72 73-74 76-78 79-87

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Asst. AD/Director Jason Knavel Assistant Director (w.soccer) Mike Cihon Office Phone 419.372.0474 Office Fax 419.372.6015 E-Mail mjcihon@bgsu.edu Assistant Director Dave Meyer Graduate Assistant Ryan Gasser Mailing Address 247 Perry Stadium East Athletics Website BGSUFalcons.com

2010 MEDIA INFORMATION

• This 2010 Bowling Green State University Women’s Soccer Media Information is a production of the BGSU Athletic Communications Office, in conjunction with the BGSU Women’s Soccer Office • Information compiled, written and edited by women’s soccer SID Mike Cihon

• Photography by the BGSU Office of Marketing and Communications (Craig Bell and Brad Phalin), as well as Mike Cihon, Larry Clapper, Jeff Hall, Jason Knavel, Doug Sampson, Aaron Stevenson and Bruce Works.

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2010 BGSU ROSTERS & PRONUNCIATIONS NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

NAME (PRONUNCIATION) Laura Arnold * Becca Ison * Courtney Beinlich (BINE-lick) ** Alicia Almond ***# Amanda Nelson Sarah VonderBrink * Kaitlyn Tobin Jackie Tamerlano *** Emily Rothwell * Morgan Burgner Jenny Fowler Madeline Wideman Kailey Paszko (PASS-ko) Alyssa Zuccaro (zoo-KAR-oh) ** Ivi Casagrande (E-vee kah-sah-GRAND-ay) Megan Amann (AY-men) ** Lauren Livingston * Leah Johnson ** Brittany Hopkins ** Tracy Togba Keely Chandler * Katie Stephenson ***# Kelsey Kovacs ** Ashley Miller Alexa Arsenault (AR-suh-no) *** Kylie Briem (BREEM) Alyssa Carmack Katelyn Turner ** Matti Chappelle (shuh-PELL) Melissa Zeigler (ZIG-ler)

POS. GK GK M M D/M M/F M/F M/F D M D/M M/F M M/F M M/F M/F M/F D F M M M F GK D D F M D

CL./EL. So./So. Jr./So. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. So./So. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. 5/Sr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr.

HOMETOWN (H.S./PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Highland Heights, Ohio (Mayfield) Kettering, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Bellbrook, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Findlay, Ohio (Findlay) Overland Park, Kansas (St. Thomas Aquinas) Kettering, Ohio (Fairmont) Bay City, Mich. (John Glenn) North Royalton, Ohio (North Royalton) Collierville, Tenn. (Collierville) Wadsworth, Ohio (Wadsworth) Grove City, Ohio (Central Crossing) Troy, Mich. (Troy) Toledo, Ohio (Maumee) Mentor, Ohio (Mentor) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (The American School of Belo Horizonte) Troy, Mich. (Troy Athens) Lisle, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville South) Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville South) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) Orange Village, Ohio (Hawken) Ladera Ranch, Calif. (Rochester [Mich.] Adams) Lexington, Ohio (Lexington) Oregon, Ohio (St. Ursula Academy) Findlay, Ohio (Findlay) Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada (St. Theresa of Lisieux) Beavercreek, Ohio (Beavercreek) Miamisburg, Ohio (Miamisburg) Hamilton, Ohio (Lakota East) Sterling Heights, Mich. (Henry Ford II) Lodi, Ohio (Cloverleaf)

Head Coach: Andy Richards (Sheffield City Polytechnic [England], 1989) – 11th year * letters earned Assistant Coach: Scott Gloden (Michigan, 1998) – fourth year # 2010 Team Captains Student Assistant Coaches: Tiffany Hansen (BGSU, 2008) – third year; Brianne Eisenhard (BGSU, 2009) – second year

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. 3 15 0 25 2 26 9 27 14 21 29 10 19 1 17 23 16 24 4 12 8 22 7 6 20 28 5 11 30 13

NAME (PRONUNCIATION) Alicia Almond ***# Megan Amann (AY-men) ** Laura Arnold * Alexa Arsenault (AR-suh-no) *** Courtney Beinlich (BINE-lick) ** Kylie Briem (BREEM) Morgan Burgner Alyssa Carmack Ivi Casagrande (E-vee kah-sah-GRAND-ay) Keely Chandler * Matti Chappelle (shuh-PELL) Jenny Fowler Brittany Hopkins ** Becca Ison * Leah Johnson ** Kelsey Kovacs ** Lauren Livingston * Ashley Miller Amanda Nelson Kailey Paszko (PASS-ko) Emily Rothwell * Katie Stephenson ***# Jackie Tamerlano *** Kaitlyn Tobin Tracy Togba Katelyn Turner ** Sarah VonderBrink * Madeline Wideman Melissa Zeigler (ZIG-ler) Alyssa Zuccaro (zoo-KAR-oh) **

POS. M M/F GK GK M D M D M M M D/M D GK M/F M M/F F D/M M D M M/F M/F F F M/F M/F D M/F

CL./EL. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. So./So. 5/Sr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Jr./Jr. Jr./So. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr.

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HOMETOWN (H.S./PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Findlay, Ohio (Findlay) Troy, Mich. (Troy Athens) Highland Heights, Ohio (Mayfield) Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada (St. Theresa of Lisieux) Bellbrook, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Beavercreek, Ohio (Beavercreek) Wadsworth, Ohio (Wadsworth) Miamisburg, Ohio (Miamisburg) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (The American School of Belo Horizonte) Ladera Ranch, Calif. (Rochester [Mich.] Adams) Sterling Heights, Mich. (Henry Ford II) Grove City, Ohio (Central Crossing) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) Kettering, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville South) Oregon, Ohio (St. Ursula Academy) Lisle, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville South) Findlay, Ohio (Findlay) Overland Park, Kansas (St. Thomas Aquinas) Toledo, Ohio (Maumee) Collierville, Tenn. (Collierville) Lexington, Ohio (Lexington) North Royalton, Ohio (North Royalton) Bay City, Mich. (John Glenn) Orange Village, Ohio (Hawken) Hamilton, Ohio (Lakota East) Kettering, Ohio (Fairmont) Troy, Mich. (Troy) Lodi, Ohio (Cloverleaf) Mentor, Ohio (Mentor) BGSUFALCONS.COM

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2010 ROSTER BREAKDOWN

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (17) Name Alicia Almond * Megan Amann * Laura Arnold Alexa Arsenault * Courtney Beinlich Keely Chandler Brittany Hopkins Becca Ison Leah Johnson * Kelsey Kovacs * Lauren Livingston Emily Rothwell Katie Stephenson * Jackie Tamerlano * Katelyn Turner Sarah VonderBrink Alyssa Zuccaro *

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

Yr. Sr. Jr. So. 5-Sr. Jr. So. Jr. R-So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr.

MP/MS 20/20 20/16 6/3 18/17 5/0 20/10 1/0 4/0 20/20 20/12 7/0 6/0 20/12 20/16 19/2 15/4 20/20

G-A=Pts. 1-1=3 2-5=9 17 svs., 1.81 gaa 74 svs., 1.28 gaa in ’09, school-rec. 20 career shutouts 0-0=0 3-0=6 0-0=0 11 svs., 1.13 gaa 1-3=5 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-0=0 1-1=3 0-1=1 3-2=8 1-0=2 2-3=7

OTHERS RETURNING (1) Name Jenny Fowler

Pos. Yr. Notes D/M R-Fr. Sat out 2009 season due to injury; retains 4 seasons of eligibility

NEWCOMERS (12) Name Kylie Briem Morgan Burgner Alyssa Carmack Ivi Casagrande Matti Chappelle Ashley Miller Amanda Nelson Kailey Paszko Kaitlyn Tobin Tracy Togba Madeline Wideman Melissa Zeigler

Pos. D M D M M F D/M M M/F F M/F D

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (High School) Beavercreek, Ohio (Beavercreek) Wadsworth, Ohio (Wadsworth) Miamisburg, Ohio (Miamisburg) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (The American School of Belo Horizonte) Sterling Heights, Mich. (Henry Ford II) Findlay, Ohio (Findlay) Overland Park, Kansas (St. Thomas Aquinas) Toledo, Ohio (Maumee) Bay City, Mich. (John Glenn) Orange Village, Ohio (Hawken) Troy, Mich. (Troy) Lodi, Ohio (Cloverleaf)

LETTERWINNERS LOST (8) Name Amie Bannister Samantha Bland * Jen Czapka Kaitlyn Kobe * Colleen Kordan * Stacey Lucas Meagan Moran Carolyn Nesline

Pos. D D M D D F M/F M

Yr.^ Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

MP/MS 1/0 20/20 10/2 20/17 19/17 20/6 15/5 15/1

G-A=Pts. 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-1=1 2-2=6 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-0=0

* 2009 starters

^ denotes eligibility in 2009-10 academic year

FALCONS ... BY CLASS SENIORS (4)

Almond, Arsenault #, Stephenson, Tamerlano

JUNIORS (7)

Amann, Beinlich, Hopkins, Johnson, Kovacs, Turner, Zuccaro

SOPHOMORES (6) Arnold, Chandler, Ison *, Livingston, Rothwell, VonderBrink

FRESHMEN (13)

Briem, Burgner, Carmack, Casagrande, Chappelle, Fowler ^, Miller, Nelson, Paszko, Tobin, Togba, Wideman, Zeigler # 5th-year senior * redshirt sophomore ^ redshirt freshman

BY STATE/ COUNTRY OHIO (19)

Almond, Arnold, Beinlich, Briem, Burgner, Carmack, Fowler, Hopkins, Ison, Kovacs, Miller, Paszko, Stephenson, Tamerlano, Togba, Turner, VonderBrink, Zeigler, Zuccaro

MICHIGAN (4)

Amann, Chappelle, Tobin, Wideman

ILLINOIS (2)

Johnson, Livingston

BRAZIL (1) Casagrande

CALIFORNIA (1) Chandler

CANADA (1) Arsenault

KANSAS (1) Nelson

TENNESSEE (1) Rothwell

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ANDY RICHARDS HEAD COACH • 11TH SEASON SHEFFIELD CITY POLYTECHNIC (ENGLAND), 1989 98-96-22 OVERALL (53-49-12 MAC)

Andy Richards enters his 11th season as head coach of the Bowling Green State University women’s soccer program, having guided the Falcons to unprecedented heights during his first decade. Richards enters the 2010 season with a collegiate head coaching record of 98-96-22. Richards led the Falcons to the first Mid-American Conference Tournament title and NCAA Championships berth in school history in 2004, then guided the Brown and Orange to the first regularseason crown in BG annals in ‘05, along with a second-straight league tourney title and NCAA berth.

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Then-BGSU Director of Athletics Paul Krebs announced the hiring of Richards as the second coach in the program’s history on April 10, 2000. Richards, 44, came to BG after five seasons as assistant women’s soccer coach at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. In February of 2006, BGSU reached an agreement with Richards on a three-year contract, marking the first time in school history that a soccer coach had received a multi-year contract at Bowling Green. Then, in May of 2008, BGSU and Richards agreed on another multi-year extension. Richards’ teams have been at their best come MAC Tournament time. During his watch, the Falcons are 10-5-5 in league tourney matches, ranking him second among all coaches in conference history in MAC Tournament wins. No MAC coach has more trips to the league tournament’s title game than Richards, as the 2007 season marked the fifth time he had guided a BG squad to the championship match. Two of those appearances, as mentioned, resulted in MAC Tournament titles and trips to the NCAA Championships. In his first 10 years in BG, Richards has led the Falcons to the MAC Tournament on eight occasions, guiding his team to the semifinals seven times. The total of five trips to the championship match includes four in a six-year span. In 2008, Richards guided the Falcons to a 12-6-4 overall record, as BG had the fewest losses in a season in school history. The Brown and Orange went 6-3-2 in MAC action, the program’s fourth consecutive winning season in conference play, and set a school record with 14 shutouts in the 22 games. The 2008 team’s total of 12 wins tied for second on the BGSU list, and the Falcons’ .636 winning percentage was the second highest in the history of the program. The ‘08 senior class of Brianne Eisenhard, Susan Hunter, Kristin McDonald, Gina Rossi, Corbie Yee and Christy Zabek posted 46 wins, the highest four-year total in program history. Rossi, a fifth-year senior, was with the BG program for a total of 56 wins. In 2007, Richards led the Falcons to a 10-9-3 overall mark and a 6-5-0 MAC ledger. The Brown and Orange finished fourth in the MAC’s regular-season standings, and advanced all the way to the championship match of the conference tournament for the fourth time in five Novembers. The Falcons closed the 2007 season on a seven-match unbeaten streak.

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FALCON COACHING STAFF In 2006, with 12 newcomers on the 24-woman roster, Richards guided the Falcons to a 7-4-0 league record and a tie for third place in the conference standings. BGSU’s 10 wins all came by shutout, setting a school record for the second year in a row. In ‘05, Richards led the Brown and Orange to a 14-7-2 overall record, including a 9-2-0 league ledger, en route to MAC Coach-ofthe-Year honors. The ‘05 team set school records for most wins and fewest losses in a season, both overall and in MAC play, and also set a record with an 11-match unbeaten streak. That streak began in late September and took the Falcons all the way through the league tournament and into the NCAAs. The Falcons did not allow a single goal in the three MAC Tournament games, spanning 310 total minutes. Richards and the ‘05 Falcons swept the MAC’s specialty awards, as senior Samantha Meister was the league’s Player of the Year and Corbie Yee was named the MAC Freshman of the Year. Richards, in addition to being named the conference coach of the year, was runnerup for Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. Also in 2005, Ali Shingler became the first BGSU women’s soccer student-athlete ever to earn Academic All-America First-Team honors. In 2004, the Falcons were seeded eighth for the MAC Tournament, after finishing with a 5-5-2 record in league regular-season play. But, the Falcons downed top-seeded KSU on the road in the quarterfinal round, going on to defeat fourth-seeded Western Michigan in the semis before picking up a championship-game win over Central Michigan. In 2003, just as in `04, the Falcons finished league play at 5-5-2 to earn the eighth seed for the MAC Tournament. But, Richards guided the `03 Falcons to the tourney’s championship match. That fall, the Brown and Orange became the lowest-ever seed to win a first-round match, with a 2-1 road victory over top-seeded Eastern Michigan. Richards and the Falcons then advanced past CMU via PKs in the semifinals, before falling in the championship.

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In 2002, Richards performed one of the top coaching jobs in the MAC, if not the Midwest. The Falcons, picked to finish ninth in the MAC’s preseason poll, finished fourth in the loop with a 7-4-1 record. Overall, the Brown and Orange had a 12-8-2 mark, shattering the school records for both league and overall wins. Those records, of course, stood until 2005. Under his direction, the Falcons have had the MAC’s Newcomer of the Year three times, including in two consecutive seasons. Meister earned the honor in 2002, after Kristy Coppes had won the award in the 2001 campaign. In 2000, his first year at the helm, all Richards did was guide the seventh-seeded Falcons to the championship match of the MAC Tournament. That team was the lowest seed in MAC history to win a first-round match at the time. That fall, his inaugural BGSU squad set a school record with 10 victories, posting a 10-10-1 overall record. The Falcons doubled the win total of the previous season, and BGSU went 5-5-1 in MAC play to place seventh among the 12 league squads. When the MAC Tournament began, however, Richards and the Falcons -- beginning a trend that would continue throughout the years -- pulled a pair of upsets against higher-seeded teams to advance to the championship round. In the final, BG battled Miami through nearly 112 minutes of scoreless soccer before the RedHawks got an overtime goal to capture the tourney title. A native of Warwick, England, Richards brought to the Falcons a wealth of experience in not only intercollegiate soccer, but also in club, high school, and youth soccer. For the two years prior to coming to BG, Richards served as a member of the coaching staff for the Region IV Olympic Development Program. He was also the state coach for the 17-year-old age group of the Oregon Olympic Development Program. Richards was heavily involved with the Corvallis United Soccer Club his final four years there.

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ANDY RICHARDS – YEAR BY YEAR AT BGSU YEAR 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

OVERALL W-L-T PCT. 10-10-1 .500 7-10-2 .421 12-8-2 .591 8-12-3 .413 10-12-2 .458 14-7-2 .652 10-10-0 .500 10-9-3 .523 12-6-4 .636 5-12-3 .325 98-96-22 .505

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE W-L-T PCT. FINISH 5-5-1 .500 7th of 12 2-9-1 .208 12th of 13 7-4-1 .625 4th of 13 5-5-2 .500 8th of 13 5-5-2 .500 8th of 13 9-2-0 .818 FIRST of 12 7-4-0 .636 T-3rd of 12 6-5-0 .545 4th of 12 6-3-2 .636 4th of 12 1-7-3 .227 T-11th of 12 53-49-12 .518

MAC TOURNAMENT FINISH Advanced to Championship Did not qualify Advanced to Semifinals Advanced to Championship TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Advanced to Quarterfinals Advanced to Championship Advanced to Semifinals Did not qualify

1 MAC Regular-Season Title 2 MAC Tournament Titles

Prior to his appointment at Oregon State, Richards spent five years as the Regional Director for Goal Line Soccer Clinics in Oregon. Richards taught and coached at the high school level in England before moving to the United States. Richards’ enthusiasm was evident immediately, as he travelled cross-country to arrive in Bowling Green just four days after his hiring. The next day, he accompanied the Falcon team to the last competition of the spring season, a tournament at Kent. In all, Richards spent nearly two weeks with the Falcons before spring practice concluded, getting to know his new squad and evaluating the individual student-athletes. Richards earned his Bachelor of Education degree from Sheffield City Polytechnic, located in Sheffield, England, in 1989. He received his Master of Education from Oregon State in 1997.

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SCOTT GLODEN ASSISTANT COACH • FOURTH SEASON MICHIGAN, 1998

Scott Gloden enters his fourth season on the Bowling Green State University women’s soccer staff in 2010. Gloden, a native of Traverse City, Mich., was named an assistant coach in early May of 2007. In the 2008 season, Gloden helped head coach Andy Richards guide the Falcons to an overall record of 12-6-4. That edition of the Falcons set a new school record for fewest losses in a season. The team’s total of 12 wins tied for second on the BGSU list, and the Falcons’ .636 winning percentage is the second highest in the 13-year history of the program.

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BGSU finished with a MAC record of 6-3-2 in ‘08, placing fourth for the second consecutive year, and advanced to the semifinals of the MAC Tournament. Gloden has helped the Falcons post a total of 26 shutouts over the last three seasons, including a school-record 14 in the 2008 campaign. In his first year, Gloden helped the Falcons advance to the championship game of the 2007 MAC Tournament. BGSU went 10-9-3 in ‘07, finishing with a 6-5-0 MAC ledger. The Brown and Orange advanced to the final game of the conference tourney for the fourth time in five years. Gloden came to BGSU after spending three seasons as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pa. His tenure there saw the Red Flash post a combined record of 25-25-7, including a mark of 13-8-6 in Northeast Conference action. In 2005, SFU went 117-3 overall to set a school record for wins in a season. In 2006, the Red Flash finished the year with an 8-8-2 overall record and a 4-3-2 mark in NEC action. His last two seasons there saw the program post the first two .500 or better campaigns in school history, and the NEC mark gave the Red Flash three consecutive winning seasons in conference play, also a first for the program. Prior to heading to Saint Francis, Gloden spent three seasons (2001-03) as assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams at Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) College. The Pumas’ women’s team posted a 9-11-1 record in 2003, including a 6-4 mark in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. A 1998 graduate of the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in general studies, Gloden earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State in 2001. He has taken courses toward a second master’s degree, in education, at Saint Francis. Gloden has also served as a staff coach with the Pennsylvania West Olympic Development Program (ODP). While an undergraduate in Ann Arbor, he was a member of the U-M club soccer team from 1994-96, helping lead that team to a club national championship. Gloden currently holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National “B” license, which he earned in 2007.

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TIFFANY HANSEN ASSISTANT COACH • THIRD SEASON BOWLING GREEN, 2008

Tiffany Hansen embarks upon her third season on Andy Richards’ coaching staff at Bowling Green State University in 2010. Hansen joined the staff prior to the 2008 season, after earning two letters with the Falcons. A native of Lexington, Ohio, Hansen played two seasons at goalkeeper for the Falcons after spending two years at the University of Louisville. At BGSU, she was a team captain in her senior season of 2007. She helped the Falcon defense record a total of 17 shutouts in her two playing seasons, including a school-record 10 in 2006.

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In fact, in her four seasons with the program, Hansen has helped the Brown and Orange post 36 shutouts. BGSU had a school-record 14 shutouts in 2008, with Hansen working primarily with the goalkeepers. BGSU finished 12-6-4 in 2008, setting a school record for fewest losses in a season. The team’s total of 12 wins tied for second on the BGSU list, and the Falcons’ .636 winning percentage is the second highest in the 12-year history of the program. A 2007 team captain, Hansen saw action in four matches that fall, making one start. That start came in the game at nationally-ranked Purdue, where she made three saves in 45 minutes of action. On the season, Hansen had eight saves in 134:29 of work. Hansen played in 13 matches, starting all 13, in her first season at BGSU. She had a 5-8-0 record and a 1.74 goals-against average in that 2006 campaign, leading the Falcon ‘keepers in minutes played (1034:12) and saves (53). Hansen had five complete-match shutouts, including three in MAC action, that fall, and had a 3-3-0 record and a 1.40 GAA in conference matches. Her first win as a Falcon came in her first match at Cochrane Field, as she blanked Xavier for 105:38 in an overtime victory, making a career-high 10 saves in that win. She also had shutouts vs. Eastern Illinois, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan and Miami. Hansen recorded a GAA of 0.90 in home games that fall. Hansen has earned her NSCAA “D” License as well as her NSCAA State, Regional and National Goalkeeping Licenses. In addition to working with the Falcons, Hansen has coached with the Olympic Development Program. She has served as an ODP Region II Staff Coach, and also has been a goalkeeping coach and staff coach with the Ohio Youth Soccer Association North (OYSAN) ODP. A dietetics major, Hansen graduated in December of 2008 with a cumulative GPA of 3.89 during her undergraduate career at BGSU. She is pursuing a Master’s Degree in nutrition.

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BRIANNE EISENHARD ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND SEASON BOWLING GREEN, 2009

After a stellar four-year playing career at Bowling Green State University, Brianne Eisenhard enters her second season on the Falcon coaching staff in 2010. A native of West Chester, Ohio (Lakota West H.S.), Eisenhard earned four letters for the Falcons, playing in a total of 80 games. She made 59 starts in her career, scoring 14 points on five goals and four assists as a Falcon. As a senior in 2008, Eisenhard was a team co-captain, and was named the Falcons’ MVP in the midfield for a third consecutive season. Her four points on the season included a second-half goal in a 1-1, double-overtime tie at Ohio State. She also picked up assists in BG’s wins over Tennessee Tech and Xavier. Eisenhard also helped the BGSU defense post a school-record total of 14 shutouts on the year.

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In 2007, Eisenhard was one of just four Falcons to start every game. Her lone goal of the season was a big one, as she converted a first-half free kick to open the scoring in the MAC Tournament’s championship match vs. arch-rival Toledo. Eisenhard was chosen to the MAC’s AllTournament Team, and also was named to the Academic All-Ohio First Team by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association. In addition to her goal against the Rockets, she also had found the back of the net two days earlier, scoring during the penalty-kick phase of the Falcons’ league tourney semifinal match vs. Ball State, as BG advanced to the finals. As a sophomore in 2006, Eisenhard blossomed into one of the Falcons’ top players, finishing second on the team in scoring while helping the Brown and Orange to previously unprecedented success defensively. She played in all 20 of the Falcons’ matches, starting 16, and scored eight points, tying for the team lead with three goals. All eight of her points came in MAC play, tying her for the BG lead ... her biggest goal came in the second overtime of the final regular-season game, giving the Brown and Orange the win over UT. She also had a GWG against Miami, and scored her other goal vs. Akron. Both of her assists, vs. Western Michigan and Buffalo, came on match-winning goals. Eisenhard played in 19 matches as a freshman, as the Falcons won the MAC’s regular-season and tournament titles in 2005. She made a pair of starts that season, including the team’s home win over Buffalo and the MAC Tournament quarterfinal vs. UT. Eisenhard played in all 11 MAC regular-season matches, each of the three league tourney contests and the NCAA Championships first-round game vs. Michigan State. A four-year letterwinner and two-time team MVP at Lakota West (’05), Eisenhard was an All-Ohio First-Team selection in 2004 after earning all-state third-team honors as a junior. Also in 2004, she was named to the NSCAA/adidas High School Girls All-America Team, and she also was the city (Cincinnati) and league (Greater Miami Conference) Player of the Year as a senior. A sport enterprise major who had a 3.55 cumulative GPA, Eisenhard was part of a class that helped BGSU win 46 games, a school record for a four-year span.

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ALICIA ALMOND MIDFIELDER • 5-4 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ FINDLAY, OHIO (FINDLAY) 2010 BGSU CO-CAPTAIN

2010 A team co-captain. 2009 Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Third Team ... also named to the Academic All-MAC Team ... picked up two awards at the team banquet ... named the Falcons’ MVP - Midfield ... also earned the Leslie Dawley “Fighting Falcon” award ... the latter award is given to the player whose behavior most accurately reflects the program’s philosophy, ‘Today I gave all that I have, for everything I left behind is gone forever’ ... a mainstay in the BGSU lineup, as a defensive midfielder ... one of just four Falcons to start all 20 matches ... played 1728 of the team’s 1860 minutes, the second-highest total on the team ... scored three points on the year ... had a goal in the Miami game (Oct. 4), and assisted on Keely Chandler’s game-winning goal vs. Youngstown State (Sept. 13) ... played all 110 minutes in the doubleovertime tie vs. Kent State (Oct. 16), and played 99 minutes in another OT match, at Northern Illinois (Sept. 25) ... played all 90 minutes of no fewer than 10 matches, including the first four of the season ... after playing 92 minutes in the tie vs. Ohio (Oct. 9), played every second of the final five matches of the year.

Almond

2008 Played in 15 matches off the bench ... scored in the Falcons’ 2-0 road win over Akron (Oct. 5) ... the goal came on her first shot attempt of the season. 2007 Played in 12 games, making one start ... had two points, with her first collegiate goal coming in the MAC opener against Northern Illinois ... lone start of the season came at Murray State ... played in each of the first 12 games of the year before suffering a season-ending injury in the Eastern Michigan game (Oct. 7). HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Findlay (’07) for coach Kevin Veroneau ... was named to the AllOhio Third Team as a senior ... helped lead the Trojans to the Greater Buckeye Conference championship in each of her four seasons ... team also won three district titles in that time ... scored 36 goals, including 17 as a senior ... 30 career assists included 15 in that senior campaign ... earned All-GBC honors all four years, including being named to the first team as both a junior and senior ... also a four-year letterwinner in both softball and basketball ... a catcher, earned all-state second-team honors on the diamond. PERSONAL Alicia Ann Almond was born on April 21, 1989, in Cape Coral, Fla. ... a health science major at BGSU, with a 3.96 cumulative GPA through her first three years ... daughter of Nelson and Laura Almond ... the youngest of three children ... has two brothers ... has played club ball for both the Greater Toledo Soccer Club and Findlay Premier ... also was a member of the Ohio North ODP team in 2003.

ALICIA ALMOND - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2008................

15-0

1

0

2007................ 2009................ TOTAL...............

12-1

20-20 47-21

1 1 3

0 1 1

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Pts Shots Shot% 2

4

.250

3

14

.071

2 7

1 1.000

19

.158

SOG

SOG%

GW

1 1.000

0

2 4 7

.500 .286 .368

0 0 0

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

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ALEXA ARSENAULT

25

GOALKEEPER • 5-7 • 5/SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA (ST. THERESA OF LISIEUX)

2009 Played in 18 of BGSU’s 20 matches, starting 17 ... earned MAC Player-of-the-Week honors twice ... had a goals-against average of 1.28 and a total of 74 saves ... had three complete-game shutouts, giving her a school-record 20 clean sheets in her career ... had eight saves in each of three matches, against Ohio State (Aug. 21), UC Irvine (Sept. 20) and Kent State (Oct. 16) ... the eight stops vs. UCI came in just one half of play ... had shutouts in wins vs. IPFW (Sept. 6) and Buffalo (Oct. 18) and in a double-OT scoreless draw vs. KSU ... earned MAC Playerof-the-Week honors on Oct. 19 for her play in the KSU and UB matches ... also named a MAC P-O-W on Sept. 9, after two BGSU shutout wins over Detroit (Sept. 4) and IPFW ... played the first 66-plus minutes in the 4-0 win at UDM ... played the first half of the Falcons’ 2-0 blanking of Youngstown State (Sept. 13). 2008 Named to the All-MAC First Team ... started all 22 matches ... recorded a school-record 11 complete-game shutouts on the year ... that enabled her to tie the school’s career shutout record in just two seasons ... had a school-record shutout streak of 606:31 ... had a goals-against average of just 0.68 on the year, including GAAs of only 0.61 in the 11 MAC games and 0.42 in 2008 home games ... led the league in saves (113) and shutouts, and tied for first in shutouts per game (0.50) ... also ranked among the MAC leaders in save percentage (second; .883), GAA (third) and saves per game (sixth, 5.14) ... ranked among the top-three ‘keepers in the MAC in all six of those categories in league games only ... had five-straight shutouts vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 28), Ohio (Oct. 3), Akron (Oct. 5), Ball State (Oct. 10) and Miami (Oct. 12) ... first shutout of the year came in a double-OT tie at Oakland (Aug. 29) ... also had complete-match shutouts vs. Marshall (Sept. 14), Detroit (Sept. 19), Xavier (Sept. 21), Kent State (Oct. 24) and WMU again in the MAC Tournament (Nov. 2) ... had a personal shutout streak of 380:34 from Sept. 7-26, the longest of her career at the time ... gave up a pair of goals less than three minutes apart at Northern Illinois to end that streak, then proceeded to put together a school-record shutout streak of 606:31, blanking opponents until Oct. 17 ... had a career-high 12 saves in the season opener vs. Cincinnati (Aug. 22) ... also had a double-digit save total vs. WMU, with 10 stops in the regularseason win ... combined with Christy Zabek on three more shutouts, vs. IPFW (Sept. 5), Tennessee Tech (Sept. 12) and Buffalo (Oct. 26) ... played over 70 minutes in both the IPFW and UB contests ... was named MAC Player of the Week on Sept. 8, after making a total of 10 saves with a GAA of 0.48 in the IPFW and Ohio State (Sept. 7) games. 2007 Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... played in 14 matches, starting 13 ... started the last 11 games of the year, including all three MAC Tournament contests ... had a 7-3-3 record, six shutouts and a goals-against average of just 0.82

ALEXA ARSENAULT - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

2008................

22-22

1979:05

15

2007................ 2009................ TOTAL...............

14-13 18-17 54-52

1321:46 1402:08 4702:59

12 20 47

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63

lt u a n e s r A ... made 63 saves in 1321:46 ... led the team in all goalkeeping categories ... ranked 60th in the nation in GAA and 45th in save pct. (84.0) ... had an assist on the game-winning goal in overtime in the MAC Tournament quarterfinal vs. Eastern Michigan ... made her collegiate debut on the road against nationally-ranked Purdue, starting the second half in net ... made seven saves on eight Boilermaker shots on goal in her 45-minute stint ... shutouts came against Youngstown State, Kent State, Miami, Ohio, Akron and in the MAC Tournament semifinal vs. Ball State. 2006 Did not see match action ... was injured for much of the fall and was redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year starter for St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic H.S. ... helped her team to the York Region Championship ... also earned four basketball letters for the Lions. PERSONAL Alexa Katrina Arsenault was born March 14, 1988, in Richmond Hill, Ontario ... physical education teacher education major at BGSU ... daughter of Jacques and Helen Arsenault ... has an older brother ... a National Team of Canada (NTC) Program invitee ... has played club ball for the Unionville Strikers, helping that team to a league title in 2005 ... also played for Vaughan Azzurri.

W

L

T

Sho

6

4

11

10

20

7

0.68

113

12

0.90

250

23

1.28

74

4

3 10 19

3 3

6 3

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KATIE STEPHENSON

22

MIDFIELDER • 5-5 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ LEXINGTON, OHIO (LEXINGTON) 2010 BGSU CO-CAPTAIN

2010 A team co-captain. 2009 Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team for the second consecutive season ... earned third-team honors ... also was named to the Academic All-MAC Team, for the second consecutive year ... and, earned the team’s Leah Eggleson ‘Hustle’ award, for the third time in as many seasons ... played in all 20 matches, making 12 starts ... had three points on a goal and an assist ... the goal came in the win at Detroit (Sept. 4) ... assisted on Keely Chandler’s winner in the Youngstown State match (Sept. 13) ... started the first four games of the year as well as the last eight contests of the season ... played all 110 minutes in double-OT ties vs. Ohio (Oct. 9) and Kent State (Oct. 16), and played all 90 minutes in three other matches ... in her career, has played in 63 of BGSU’s 64 games since arriving on campus, making 32 starts ... has 16 points on five goals and six assists. 2008 Named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team ... also earned the Leah Eggleton ‘Hustle’ award for the second-straight season ... named the MAC’s Female ScholarAthlete of the Week on Sept. 25 ... played in all 22 games, starting 19 ... despite playing at a defender spot for much of the time, tied for fifth on the team in scoring ... had eight points in three goals and two assists ... helped the Falcon defense shatter the school record with 14 shutouts, including five in a row and nine in a 10-game span ... scored the GWG in 1-0 win at Western Michigan (Sept. 28) ... also had goals vs. Marshall (Sept. 14) and Xavier (Sept. 21) ... picked up the primary assist on OT winner vs. Ball State (Oct. 10) ... other assist came on GWG vs. Detroit (Sept. 19) ... earned her MAC S-A-O-W award after getting that assist vs. UDM, then scoring vs. XU ... has played in 43 games, starting 20, in her first two years ... now has 13 career points on four goals and five assists. 2007 Earned the team’s Leah Eggleton ‘Hustle’ award ... the award is given to the player who shows a consistent enthusiasm for the game and a tremendous work ethic, both at practice and during games ... played in 21 matches, making one start ... tied for sixth on the team in scoring ... had five points on a goal and three assists ... showed a flair for the dramatic, as she was involved in the scoring in each of the Falcons’ first two overtime wins of the season ... scored her first collegiate goal, a ‘Golden Goal,’ in win at Miami (Oct. 21) ... then, picked up the assist on Corbie Yee’s OT winner vs. Ohio (Oct. 26), with a pass that split two defenders and found an open Yee for a breakaway ... had an assist on another Yee goal, in the second half of the MAC Tournament’s championship match vs. Toledo

KATIE STEPHENSON - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2008................

22-19

3

2

2007................ 2009................ TOTAL...............

21-1

20-12 63-32

1 1 5

3 1 6

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20

.050

3

28

.036

8 16

21 69

.143 .072

n

so n e h p e t S

(Nov. 11) ... other assist on the season came at Kent State (Oct. 12) ... lone start came in the Purdue match (Sept. 16) ... scored a goal in the Falcons’ exhibition vs. Morehead State. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Lexington (‘07) under coaches Allison Mumaw and Bob Juengst ... started all four years ... a threetime selection to the All-Ohio Cardinal Conference first team ... also named to the All-Northwest District first team three times ... team won a pair of OCC championships and was the district runner-up in 2003 ... Minutemen advanced to the district semifinals in two other years ... completed her career as a participant in the NCOSSCA Senior All-Star Game, and was voted her school’s Outstanding Female Athlete ... also earned three letters in basketball ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Kathryn Lynnette Stephenson was born on Dec. 5, 1988, in Mansfield, Ohio ... a finance major at BGSU, with a 3.70 cumulative GPA through her first three years ... daughter of Brent Stephenson and Patricia Masi ... the eldest of three children ... has a brother and a sister ... has played club ball for Liederkranz Mid-Ohio United Soccer Club ... co-captained that team for four years, helping them to several titles.

SOG

SOG%

GW

8

.381

1

7 9

24

.350 .321 .348

1 0 2

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

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JACKIE TAMERLANO

7

F/MF • 5-8 • SR./SR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√√ NORTH ROYALTON, OHIO (NORTH ROYALTON)

2009 Played in all 20 matches, starting 16 ... started nine of the 11 MAC contests ... had one point on the season ... had the primary assist on Alyssa Zuccaro’s goal in the win over Indiana State (Aug. 28) ... played a season-high 82 minutes in the double-OT tie vs. Kent State (Oct. 16) ... saw over 70 minutes of action in four other matches ... has played in all 64 of BGSU’s matches in her first three seasons, starting 57 of those 64 contests ... has 13 career points on five goals and three assists. 2008 One of three field players to start all 22 games ... had a goal and an assist ... scored the gamewinning goal vs. Tennessee Tech (Sept. 12) ... had the primary assist on the GWG against Buffalo (Oct. 26) ... had a total of 25 shots on the year, with 12 of those on goal. 2007 Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... played in all 22 matches, making 19 starts ... came off the bench in three of the first five contests, but was in the starting lineup in each of the final 17 games of the year ... finished fourth on the team in scoring, with nine points ... tied for second on the Falcons with four goals ... recorded her first collegiate goal against Wright State (Sept. 14) ... had a two-goal game, including the game-winning goal, at Youngstown State (Sept. 23) ... also scored in the Western Michigan game (Sept. 30) ... picked up the first assist of her BGSU career against Akron (Oct. 28), on Corbie Yee’s GWG in a 1-0 Falcon win ... had 27 total shot attempts, with 13 on goal, on the season. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year starter at North Royalton (‘07) under coaches Kyle Dietrich and Mic Sedar ... a twotime All-Ohio selection who earned All-Pioneer Conference honors in each of her four years, including first-team selections in each of the last three ... also a four-time pick to the all-district team, including first-team honors as a junior and senior ... totalled 28 goals and 30 assists in her career ... helped the Bears to a 16-4-2 overall record and a conference championship as a senior ... also earned three letters in basketball, helping that team to a conference co-championship her senior year ... National Honor Society.

JACKIE TAMERLANO - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2008................

22-22

1

1

2007................ 2009................ TOTAL............... 16

22-19 20-16 64-57

4 0 5

1 1 3

Pts Shots Shot% 9

27

.148

1

11

.000

3 13

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.040 .079

o

n a l r e m a T

PERSONAL Jacquelyn Nicole Tamerlano was born on Aug. 30, 1989, in Mayfield, Ohio ... adolescent/young adult/secondary education major at BGSU ... has a 3.41 cumulative GPA through her first three years ... daughter of Nick and Kathy Tamerlano ... the second of four daughters ... sister, Jessie, played on the BGSU women’s basketball team in 2009-10 ... has played club soccer for the Cleveland Futbol Club beginning with the Under-12 team ... helped the club to the State Cup finals in 2005 ... has extensive ODP experience, having played with the State Team, attending the regional camp, and was a 2007 Super Y League National ODP Camp Invitee.

SOG

SOG%

GW

12

.480

1

13 8

33

.481 .727 .524

1 0 2

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

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MEGAN AMANN F/MF • 5-8 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √ √ TROY, MICH. (TROY ATHENS)

2009 Played in all 20 matches, making 16 starts ... led the team in scoring ... had nine points on two goals and five assists ... assist total also was best on the Falcons ... both of her goals were of the game-winning variety, tying her for the team lead in that category ... found the back of the net in home victories over Indiana State (Aug. 28) and IPFW (Sept. 6) ... had assists vs. Detroit (Sept. 4), Youngstown State (Sept. 13), Northern Illinois (Sept. 25), Ohio (Oct. 9) and Buffalo (Oct. 18) ... BGSU had a record of 5-0-2 when she scored a point ... played a season-high 89 minutes against Ohio, and saw 85 minutes of action vs. Kent State (Oct. 16). 2008 Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... also named BGSU’s Most Improved Player ... played in all 22 of BGSU’s matches, making 15 starts ... scored 12 points to tie for second on the team ... had a team-leading eight assists, just two shy of the school record ... ranked second in the MAC in assists and fourth in assists per game (0.36) ... tied for the BG lead with eight points in MAC games ... in league games only, was tied for seventh in the MAC in assists (four) and tied for eighth in APG (0.36) ... had a pair of two-assist games, vs. Tennessee Tech (Sept. 12) and Buffalo (Oct. 26), and had a three-game scoring streak to close the regular season ... named the MAC Player of the Week on Oct. 27, after being involved in the scoring of three of the Falcons’ four goals the previous weekend ... had the two assists vs. UB, two days after picking up the game’s only assist in a 1-0 win over Kent State (Oct. 24) ... had her first collegiate goal vs. Miami (Oct. 12), adding an assist for her first three-point game ... other assists had come vs. IPFW (Sept. 5) and Marshall (Sept. 14) ... the assist at IPFW, her first collegiate point, came less than two minutes after she had checked into the game ... scored the Falcons’ lone goal in the regular-season game vs. Toledo (Oct. 30). HIGH SCHOOL A four-year starter at Troy Athens (‘08) under coach Tim Storch ... an all-state second-team choice as a senior in the spring of 2008, scoring 15 goals and adding eight assists as the Red Hawks went 14-2-3 overall and won the Oakland Activities Association title ... an All-OAA, all-area and all-region first-team pick ... was the Daily Tribune Player of the Year in 2008 as well ... led team in both goals and assists in each of her last three years ... three-time all-district pick who earned all-league, all-area

MEGAN AMANN - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2009................

20-16

2

5

2008................ TOTAL...............

22-15 42-31

2 4

8 13

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18

.111

21

30

.133

9

12

.167

Amann and all-region honors twice ... team tied for the 2006 OAA title and won district crowns in both 2005 and ‘06 ... National Honor Society ... Phi Beta Kappa. PERSONAL Megan Marie Amann was born March 26, 1990, in Troy, Mich. ... health science major with a 3.50 GPA through her first two years at BGSU ... daughter of Joe and Kay Amann ... an only child ... played club ball for the Michigan Gators, helping that team to the 2005 State Cup championship ... also played club ball for Vardar ... also played in the ODP State Pool in both 2003 and 2005.

SOG

SOG%

GW

7

.583

2

11 18

.611 .600

0 2

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

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COURTNEY BEINLICH

2

MIDFIELDER • 5-5 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ BELLBROOK, OHIO (ARCHBISHOP ALTER)

2009 Played in five matches off the bench ... saw action in the Indiana State (Aug. 28), Youngstown State (Sept. 13), UC Riverside (Sept. 18), UC Irvine (Sept. 20) and Eastern Michigan (Oct 25) games ... played a season-high 57 minutes vs. UC Riverside.

Beinlich

2008 Saw action in six games off the bench ... the Falcons had a record of 4-1-1 in those six games, outscoring opponents, 18-3. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year starter at Archbishop Alter (’08) under coaches Jason Balogh and Sean Humenansky ... helped the Knights to a top-10 ranking in the state in each of her last three seasons ... helped the team win the first outright Greater Girls Catholic League (GGCL) title in program annals and advance to the regional semifinals ... team went 16-2-2 in her senior year and 40-163 over her final three seasons. PERSONAL Courtney Jo Beinlich was born on July 2, 1990, in Centerville, Ohio ... health science major with a stellar 3.96 GPA through her first two years at BGSU ... daughter of Steve and Jo Beinlich ... the oldest of three children ... has one sister and one brother ... has played club soccer for Ohio Galaxies F.C. Elite ... was a member of the Ohio South State ODP team from 2003-05.

COURTNEY BEINLICH - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

2008................ 2009................ TOTAL...............

18

GP-GS

G

A

5-0

0

0

6-0

11-0

0 0

0

Pts Shots Shot%

0

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0

.000

0

0

.000

0

0

.000

SOG

SOG%

GW

0

.000

0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

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

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BRITTANY HOPKINS

19

DEFENDER • 5-4 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ STRONGSVILLE, OHIO (STRONGSVILLE)

2009 Played in one match ... came off the bench to see action in the UC Irvine contest (Sept. 20). 2008 Saw action in nine games off the bench ... the Falcons went 8-1-0 in those nine games, outscoring the opposition, 29-3.

s

Hopkin

HIGH SCHOOL A two-year letterwinner at Strongsville (‘08) under coaches Jon Felton and Todd Church ... captained the Mustangs to a 21-1-2 record and an appearance in the state championship game as a senior ... named to the All-Greater Cleveland team that year ... also earned a pair of basketball letters ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Brittany Elizabeth Hopkins was born on Oct. 6, 1989, in Park Ridge, Ill. ... early childhood education major, with a perfect 4.00 cumulative GPA through her first two years at BGSU ... daughter of Mark and Lori Hopkins ... the third of five children ... has two brothers and two sisters (one older and one younger) ... has played club ball for Ohio Premier and CASA ... played with Ohio Premier for nearly a decade, helping the club to a state championship in 2005 and state final appearances in each of the next two years ... helped CASA to a trip to the state finals in 2008 ... has played for the Ohio North State ODP team.

BRITTANY HOPKINS - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

2008................ 2009................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS

G

A

1-0

0

0

9-0

10-0

0 0

0 0

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0

.000

0

0

.000

0

0

.000

SOG

SOG%

GW

0

.000

0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

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

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BECCA ISON GOALKEEPER • 5-9 • JR./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ KETTERING, OHIO (ARCHBISHOP ALTER)

NOTING ISON A redshirt sophomore in terms of eligibility. 2009 Played in four matches off the bench ... had 11 saves and a goals-against average of just 1.13 ... allowed two goals in nearly 159 total minutes of work ... played the second half of matches against Indiana State (Aug. 28), Youngstown State (Sept. 13) and UC Riverside (Sept. 18) ... had a season-high total of six saves vs. ISU, and made three stops vs. UCR ... was called upon to make one save in the second half of the shutout win over YSU ... played the final 23-plus minutes of the Falcons’ shutout win at Detroit (Sept. 4), with one save.

Ison

2008 Did not see match action and was redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL A three-year starter at Archbishop Alter (‘08) under coaches Jason Balogh and Sean Humenansky ... had 15 shutouts and a goals-against average of just 0.35 as the Knights went 16-2-2 and won the first outright Girls Greater Cincinnati League title in school history her senior year ... had 35 shutouts in her three seasons ... two-time All-GGCL First-Team selection after earning second-team honors as a sophomore ... team posted district runner-up finishes in both 2005 and 2006 before earning a regional runner-up finish in ‘07 ... first-team All Dayton South as a senior ... team earned top-10 rankings in the state in each of her three years. PERSONAL Rebecca Rae Ison was born on Feb. 27, 1990, in Kettering, Ohio ... adolescent/young adult/secondary education major with a 3.60 GPA through her first two years at BGSU ... daughter of John and Mary Ison ... has an older sister ... has played club soccer for Metro FC ... has extensive ODP experience, having played with the District and State Teams from 2003-07 ... played on the Region II Pool Team in 2005, and was a US Youth Soccer ODP U15/16 Camp Invitee the following year.

BECCA ISON - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

2008................ 2009................ TOTAL...............

20

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

158:51

2

Redshirted 4-0 4-0

158:51

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GaAvg Saves 1.13 1.13

11 11

W

L

T

Sho

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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LEAH JOHNSON F/MF • 5-2 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ WHEATON, ILL. (WHEATON WARRENVILLE SOUTH)

2009 Named to the Academic All-MAC Team ... also named the Falcons’ Defensive MVP ... one of four players to start all 20 matches ... had five points on a goal and three assists ... tied for second on the Falcons in assists ... led the team in minutes played, finding herself on the pitch for 1787 of the Falcons’ 1860 total minutes on the year ... lone goal of the year came in the win at Detroit (Sept. 4) ... had a career-high two assists in that match, and also set a personal standard for points in a game, with four ... also had an assist in BG’s win over Youngstown State (Sept. 13) ... played all 110 minutes in each of BGSU’s three double-overtime ties, and played all 90 minutes in 10 additional matches.

Johnson

2008 Named to the MAC’s All-Tournament Team ... played in 20 games, starting all of them ... had a total of three points on the season ... her first collegiate point came on an assist on what proved to be the game-winning goal at IPFW (Sept. 5) ... scored her first goal as a Falcon two weeks later, vs. Detroit (Sept. 19) ... after playing in more of an attacking role at the start of the season, settled into a starting role at a marking back position later in ‘08. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Wheaton Warrenville South (‘08) for coach Guy Callipari ... earned all-state honors as a senior ... three-time All-Dupage Valley Conference selection ... had 29 career goals, including a team-high 13 as a senior ... after three-straight second-place finishes, the Tigers won the DVC title in 2008, and went 19-2-1 overall ... team won three regional titles in her four years, advancing to the regional final in 2007 ... four-time academic all-conference selection ... Tigers went 61-18-13 overall and 21-3-4 in DVC action during her tenure. PERSONAL Leah Marie Johnson was born on June 29, 1990, in Winfield, Ill. ... has a perfect 4.00 cumulative GPA in business administration through her first two years at BGSU ... daughter of Jay and Brenda Johnson ... has a younger brother ... has played club ball for the Fox Valley Strikers ... also has played for the Illinois State ODP team.

LEAH JOHNSON - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2009................

20-20

1

3

2008................ TOTAL...............

20-20 40-40

1 2

1 4

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5

.200

8

13

.154

5

8

.125

SOG

SOG%

GW

4

.500

0

5 1.000 9

.692

0 0

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

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KELSEY KOVACS

23

MIDFIELDER • 5-5 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ OREGON, OHIO (ST. URSULA ACADEMY)

2009 Played in all 20 games, making 12 starts ... started five MAC matches ... played a season-high 89 minutes in the double-overtime tie at Northern Illinois (Sept. 25) in the MAC opener ... played 72 minutes on two occasions, against Youngstown State (Sept. 13) and Western Michigan (Sept. 27).

Kovacs

2008 Played in 15 games off the bench in her first collegiate season ... first point as a Falcon came on an assist in home win over Miami (Oct. 12). HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner, playing her final three seasons at St. Ursula Academy (‘08) under coaches Bruce Peterson and Mike Swemba ... Arrows won the City League and district titles in both 2005 and 2006 ... multiple-year all-league selection, including earning first-team honors as a freshman ... played her freshman year at Oregon Clay ... also competed in track during her high-school career. PERSONAL Kelsey Ann Kovacs was born on Aug. 30, 1989, in Oregon, Ohio ... a health science major at BGSU ... daughter of Michael and Debbie Kovacs ... has an older sister ... father wrestled collegiately at Toledo ... played club ball for the Internationals, helping that program to state championships in both 2006 and ‘07 ... team also earned a regional title in 2006, advancing all the way to the national championship ... also has played for Pacesetter Soccer Club ... has ODP experience with the Ohio North State team.

KELSEY KOVACS - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2009................

20-12

0

0

2008................ TOTAL...............

22

15-0

35-12

0 0

1

Pts Shots Shot%

1

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1 0 1

1

.000

17

.000

16

.000

SOG

SOG%

GW

8

.500

0

0 8

.000 .471

0 0

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KATELYN TURNER

28

FORWARD • 5-9 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ HAMILTON, OHIO (LAKOTA EAST)

2009 Played in 19 of BGSU’s 20 matches, starting two ... finished second on the team in scoring, with eight points ... tied for the team lead with three goals on the year ... led the Falcons with two goals in MAC games, tying for the lead in points (four) ... scored goals at Detroit (Sept. 4), Western Michigan (Sept. 27) and at home against Ohio (Oct. 9) ... had a three-point game at UDM, with an assist on Leah Johnson’s goal ... had the primary assist on Megan Amann’s winner in a 1-0 triumph vs. IPFW (Sept. 6) ... played a season-high 57 minutes against UC Irvine (Sept. 18) ... through two seasons, has played in 34 total matches, with two starts ... has 14 career points on six goals and a pair of assists.

Turner

2008 Played in a total of 15 games off the bench ... had three goals in her initial season, with all three coming at Cochrane Field ... first collegiate goal came in home win over Tennessee Tech (Sept. 12) ... also scored vs. Detroit (Sept. 19), with that goal proving to be the game winner ... other goal came in the Miami game (Oct. 12) ... had eight shot attempts, with six of those on goal ... was injured in the MAC Tournament quarterfinal game vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 2), and missed the semifinal contest at Toledo (Nov. 7). HIGH SCHOOL A two-year starter at Lakota East (‘08) under coach Tara Murray ... named to the All-Greater Miami Conference First Team as a junior, also earning all-state honorable mention ... missed her senior season due to injury ... a four-year member of the track team, competing in multiple events. PERSONAL Katelyn Michelle Turner was born on March 8, 1990, in Cincinnati, Ohio ... art major at BGSU ... daughter of Richard and Malana Turner ... the youngest of two daughters ... has played club soccer with Cincinnati United Premier, helping that team to several tournament championships.

KATELYN TURNER - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2009................

19-2

3

2

2008................ TOTAL...............

15-0 34-2

3 6

0 2

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14

8

.375

29

.207

21

.143

SOG

SOG%

GW

13

.619

0

6

19

.750 .655

1 1

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

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ALYSSA ZUCCARO

13

F/MF • 5-4 • JR./JR. • LETTERS EARNED - √√ MENTOR, OHIO (MENTOR)

2009 Named the team’s Offensive MVP for the second time in her two seasons ... one of four Falcons to start all 20 matches ... third on the team in scoring, with seven points ... tied for third on the Falcons with two goals, and deadlocked for second in assists, with three ... led the Falcons in shot attempts (38) and shots on goal (17) ... had a three-point game, contributing to both BG goals in a 2-1 win over Indiana State (Aug. 28) ... had a goal, then assisted on Megan Amann’s game winner ... also scored in the 1-1 tie at Northern Illinois (Sept, 25), in the MAC opener ... other assists came at Detroit (Sept. 4) and Western Michigan (Sept. 27) ... played a total of 1468 minutes, ranking sixth on the team ... saw a season-high 103 minutes of action in double-OT tie vs. Kent State (Oct. 16) ... played 91 minutes in another tie, against Ohio (Oct. 9) ... played all 90 minutes in the regulation win over ISU ... through her first two years, has 18 career points on seven goals and four assists ... has played in 41 of BG’s 42 games in that time, making 37 starts.

Zuccaro

2008 Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... also chosen as the Falcons’ MVP on offense after a stellar debut in the Brown and Orange ... played in 21 of BG’s 22 games, making 17 starts ... finished fourth on the team in scoring with a total of 11 points ... tied for second with five goals ... led the Falcons with three game-winning goals, tying her for fourth in the MAC ... her seven points in MAC play included three goals, tying her for the team lead ... first collegiate goal proved to be a game winner, at IPFW (Sept. 5) ... also had the GWG vs. both Miami (Oct. 12) and Kent State (Oct. 24) ... other goals came vs. Northern Illinois (Sept. 26), and against Western Michigan in the MAC Tournament (Nov. 2) ... lone assist on the season came in the Miami match, giving her the first three-point game of her BG career ... in league games only, tied for the MAC lead in GWG (two), and also ranked among the leaders in goals (T-ninth, three) and goals per game (T-10th, 0.27) ... wore uniform #27 in her first season at BGSU. HIGH SCHOOL A two-year letterwinner at Mentor (‘08) under coach Andy Dubeansky ... earned All-Ohio Second-Team honors as a senior ... saw her playing time reduced significantly by a pair of ACL injuries during her high-school career ... scored a team-high 20 goals in both her sophomore and senior seasons ... as a soph, helped the Cardinals to a 14-3-3 record and a regional appearance. PERSONAL Alyssa Katherine Zuccaro was born on Feb. 16, 1990 ... adolescent/young adult/secondary education major at BGSU ... has a 3.01 cumulative grade-point average through her first two years ... daughter of Anthony and Marlene Zuccaro ... has an older brother ... has played club soccer for CSA Impact, helping that team to a state title in 2003.

ALYSSA ZUCCARO - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

2009................

20-20

2

3

2008................ TOTAL...............

24

21-17 41-37

5 7

1 4

Pts Shots Shot% 11

43

.116

18

81

.086

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38

.053

SOG

SOG%

GW

17

.447

0

15 32

.349 .395

3 3

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LAURA ARNOLD GOALKEEPER • 5-11 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, OHIO (MAYFIELD)

2009 Played in a total of six matches, starting three ... had a 1-2-0 record, 17 saves and a goalsagainst average of 1.81 ... had a GAA of just 1.10 in MAC matches ... played all 90 minutes in the Falcons’ final game of the year, a 1-0 loss at Toledo (Oct. 29) ... had five saves to tie her season high ... also had five stops in the UC Irvine game (Sept. 20), allowing one goal in 45 minutes of second-half action ... started the Indiana State (Aug. 28) and Michigan State (Aug. 30) matches, playing the first half in each ... earned the win vs. ISU, making two saves while blanking the Sycamores in that opening half ... played 29 minutes of scoreless relief at Eastern Michigan.

Arnold

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Mayfield (’09) under coach Matt Lubin ... earned All-Ohio First-Team honors as a junior before being named to the second team in her final season ... a three-time All-Western Reserve Conference selection for the Wildcats ... also an All-Greater Cleveland Coaches honoree ... captained the team as a senior ... named to the honor roll in three years. PERSONAL Laura L. Arnold was born on May 6, 1991, in Highland Heights, Ohio ... a biology major at BGSU ... has a GPA of 3.13 through her first year ... daughter of Bill and Ann Arnold ... the youngest of two children ... has one brother ... has played club ball with the Cleveland Cobras Soccer Club ... prior to that, earned an OYSAN State Cup Championship in 2007 with her CASA U16 team ... has also played for Ohio Premier.

LAURA ARNOLD - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

2009................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS 6-3 6-3

Minutes

GA

299:01

6

299:01

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GaAvg Saves 1.81 1.81

17 17

W

L

T

Sho

1

2

0

0

1

2

0

0

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KEELY CHANDLER

21

MIDFIELDER • 5-6 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ LADERA RANCH, CALIF. (ROCHESTER [MICH.] ADAMS)

2009 Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... played in all 20 matches, making 10 starts ... drew a starting assignment in seven of the 11 MAC matches, including in six of the last seven regular-season contests ... tied for fourth on the team in scoring, with six points ... had three goals to deadlock for the BG lead in that category ... scored those three goals on a total of six shot attempts, for a team-leading 50.0 percent efficiency rating ... scored her first two collegiate goals in BG’s 2-0 home win over Youngstown State (Sept. 13) ... tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals, including the winner in another match at Cochrane Field, a 1-0 triumph vs. Buffalo (Oct. 18).

er l d n a h C

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year starter at Rochester Adams (’09) for coach Aaron Donaghy ... a three-time allleague (Oakland Activities Association) selection ... also a three-time all-district pick ... twice named to the all-county team ... was the Highlanders’ MVP as a senior in the spring of 2009 ... helped the team to a regional title and a state semifinal berth as a freshman ... team captain as a senior ... was the Valedictorian of her class. PERSONAL Keely Ann Chandler was born on Dec. 24, 1990, in Orlando, Fla. ... a biology (pre-medicine) major at BGSU ... has a perfect 4.00 grade point average through her first year on campus ... daughter of Chris and Colleen Chandler ... the middle of three children ... has an older brother and a younger sister ... mother swam collegiately at Michigan State Univ. ... has played club ball for West Coast FC (2003-05) and Vardar (2005-09) ... has been her team’s captain as well as leading scorer in each of the last five years.

KEELY CHANDLER - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

TOTAL...............

20-10

3

0

2009................

26

20-10

3

0

Pts Shots Shot%

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6 6

6 6

.500 .500

SOG

SOG%

GW

4

.667

2

4

.667

2

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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LAUREN LIVINGSTON

16

F/MF • 5-4 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ LISLE, ILL. (WHEATON WARRENVILLE SOUTH)

2009 Played in seven matches off the bench ... made her collegiate debut in the Michigan State contest (Aug. 30), playing a season-high 36 minutes ... played double-digit minutes against Detroit (Sept. 4), IPFW (Sept. 6) and Toledo (Oct. 29).

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to Livings

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Wheaton Warrenville South (’09) for coach Guy Callipari ... a unanimous All-DuPage Valley Conference selection as a senior ... helped the Tigers to the regional championship game in all four seasons, winning the regional title twice ... team won 57 games during her four years, including a 19-2-1 overall record and a DVC title in her junior season ... had career totals of 15 goals and 18 assists, including a team-leading 10 assists as a sophomore ... team captain as a senior ... four-time academic all-conference honoree ... also earned the HISA Scholastic Achievement Award all four years ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Lauren Taylor Livingston was born on Oct. 20, 1990, in Winfield, Ill. ... a mild/moderate intervention specialist major at BGSU ... has a perfect 4.00 grade point average through her first year ... daughter of Brad and Jenny Livingston ... the middle of three children ... the youngest of three daughters ... oldest sister, Brittany, was a four-year member of the gymnastics team at Ohio State ... sister, Brooke, is a senior on the women’s soccer team at MAC rival Miami Univ. ... has played club ball for America’s Soccer Club (ASC Eagles).

LAUREN LIVINGSTON - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

2009................ TOTAL...............

GP-GS

G

A

7-0

0

0

7-0

0

0

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Pts Shots Shot% 0 0

0 0

.000 .000

SOG

SOG%

GW

0

.000

0

0

.000

0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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EMILY ROTHWELL

8

DEFENDER • 5-3 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ COLLIERVILLE, TENN. (COLLIERVILLE)

2009 Played in six matches in her first season ... played a season-high 32 minutes in the final regularseason game, at arch-rival Toledo ... saw 18 minutes of action at Detroit and 11 against UC Riverside.

ll e w h t o R

HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Collierville (‘09) for coach Bill Gillespie ... a sweeper who captained her team as a senior, and received Defensive MVP honors in each of her last three years ... the Lady Dragons went 20-1-5 and advanced to the state finals for the second-straight year in 2007 ... that season, team was ranked #1 in the region and state, and #6 nationally ... CHS went 17-5-2 en route to state finals in ‘06 ... named to All-Tennessee All Metro teams in those three years ... Best of Preps all four years ... Who’s Who Among H.S. Students ... honor roll all four years. PERSONAL Emily Christine Rothwell was born on July 21, 1991, in Germantown, Tenn ... a mathematics major at BGSU ... has a 3.60 grade-point average through her first year on campus ... daughter of Richard and Jane Rothwell ... has an older sister ... has played club ball with 1991 Lady Lobos, captaining her teams in seven consecutive years ... part of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) state pool from 2003-05.

EMILY ROTHWELL - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

2009................ TOTAL...............

28

GP-GS

G

A

6-0

0

0

6-0

0

0

Pts Shots Shot%

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0 0

0 0

.000 .000

SOG

SOG%

GW

0

.000

0

0

.000

0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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SARAH VONDERBRINK

5

F/MF • 5-7 • SO./SO. • LETTERS EARNED - √ KETTERING, OHIO (FAIRMONT)

2009 Played in 15 matches in her initial season, making four starts ... was injured in the season opener at Ohio State (Aug. 21), and missed the next five contests ... returned to play in each of the final 14 matches of the year ... had two points, scoring her first collegiate goal at Western Michigan (Sept. 27) ... starts came against UC Irvine (Sept. 20), Ball State (Oct. 2), Miami (Oct. 4) and Toledo (Oct. 29) ... played a season-high 56 minutes in the final regular-season contest at UT, one game after playing 52 minutes vs. Eastern Michigan (Oct. 25) ... wore uniform #12 as a freshman.

rink B r e d n o V

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Kettering Fairmont (’09) for coach Jeff Kuns ... an All-Ohio Second-Team selection as a senior ... three-time all-league (Greater Western Ohio Conference choice) ... also earned All-Miami Valley honors on multiple occasions ... had a career total of 29 goals, including 12 as a senior ... had 21 career assists for the Firebirds ... also earned four letters in track and field, along with two letters in diving ... captained both the soccer and track teams as a senior ... National Honor Society ... United Student Body Commissioner. PERSONAL Sarah Marie VonderBrink was born on June 4, 1990, in Dayton, Ohio ... a communication disorders major at BGSU ... has a 3.50 grade-point average through her first year on campus ... daughter of Phil and Kathy VonderBrink ... the third of four children ... has an older brother, an older sister and a younger sister ... father played soccer collegiately at Ohio State ... played club soccer with Ohio Galaxies FC Elite.

SARAH VONDERBRINK - YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

TOTAL...............

15-4

1

0

2009................

15-4

1

0

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Pts Shots Shot% 2 2

4 4

.250 .250

SOG

SOG%

GW

3

.750

0

3

.750

0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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JENNY FOWLER DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-3 • SO./FR. GROVE CITY, OHIO (CENTRAL CROSSING)

NOTING FOWLER A redshirt freshman in terms of eligibility. 2009 Was injured in the preseason and did not see match action ... wore uniform #27 during the 2009 season. HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Central Crossing (’09) for coach Amy Martin ... earned All-Ohio Capital Conference honors three times ... garnered honorable mention as a freshman, secondteam laurels as a junior and first-team accolades as a senior ... missed the bulk of her sophomore season due to injury ... a two-time team MVP ... National Honor Society.

Fowler

PERSONAL Jennifer Marie Fowler was born on March 19, 1991, in Grove City, Ohio ... a biology (premedicine) major at BGSU ... has a perfect 4.00 grade point average through her first year on campus ... daughter of Robert and Julie Fowler ... the middle of three children ... has an older brother and a younger sister ... has played club ball for Ohio Premier ... additionally, has been a part of the Ohio South ODP program since the U13 level, and has also played in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL).

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KYLIE BRIEM DEFENDER • 5-7 • FR./FR. BEAVERCREEK, OHIO (BEAVERCREEK)

HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at Beavercreek H.S. (’10) ... an All-Ohio Second-Team selection in each of her final two seasons ... Beavers won Greater Western Ohio Conference titles in each of her years there ... Academic All-Ohio selection as a senior ... a three-time all-conference choice ... also a multi-year selection to the All-Dayton team. PERSONAL Kylie T. Briem was born on Oct. 25, 1991, in Oscoda, Mich. ... currently undecided upon a major at BGSU ... daughter of Brady and Vickie Briem ... the youngest of four girls ... has played club ball for the Dayton Soccer Academy ... also has extensive Olympic Development Program experience ... represented ODP Region II in 2008, and was invited to the Ohio South ODP Regional Pool in 2008 and the Ohio South ODP Regional Camp in ’09.

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MORGAN BURGNER

9

MIDFIELDER • 5-3 • FR./FR. WADSWORTH, OHIO (WADSWORTH)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Wadsworth H.S. (‘10) for coach Ron Mendel ... a two-time AllSuburban League First-Team selection after earning honorable mention as a sophomore ... twice earned All-Medina County and all-district honors ... her 14 career goals included six as a senior ... had 16 points in her senior campaign, leading the team in both assists (four) and points ... scored 13 points as a junior, as the Grizzlies went 13-4-1 overall ... played every game over her final three years ... a four-year Academic Award winner. PERSONAL Morgan Alyssa Burgner was born on July 3, 1992, in Canton, Ohio ... plans to major in physical therapy at BGSU ... daughter of Mark and Diane Burgner ... the second of three children ... has two brothers ... played club ball for Cleveland FC, captaining that team and helping it to a State Cup semifinal appearance.

Burgner

ALYSSA CARMACK

27

DEFENDER • 5-4 • FR./FR. MIAMISBURG, OHIO (MIAMISBURG)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner and two-time captain at Miamisburg H.S. (‘10) for coach Bob Bobbitt ... exploded for 14 goals and 20 assists as a senior, and was named the Greater Western Ohio Conference South Player of the Year ... was named to the All-GWOC South and All-Area South first teams that year ... named to the all-league second team and the all-area third team as both a sophomore and a junior ... had a goal and 13 assists as a junior ... scored two goals and recorded eight assists as a soph ... also earned one letter in bowling. PERSONAL Alyssa Jane Carmack was born on Nov. 22, 1991, in Miamisburg, Ohio ... plans to major in education at BGSU ... daughter of Scott and Stephanie Carmack ... has a younger brother ... father and grandfather (Ralph Pitzer) each played football collegiately at Bluffton ... has played club ball with Cincinnati United Soccer Gold, where she was a four-year team captain and part of the three-time Ohio South State Cup champion (2007-09).

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IVI CASAGRANDE

14

MIDFIELDER • 5-3 • FR./FR. BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL (THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF BELO HORIZONTE)

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from The American School of Belo Horizonte (‘10), where she played for three semesters for coach Eduardo Serafini ... had 10 goals and 16 assists for the Hawks as a senior ... attended three tournaments – ISSL (International Schools Soccer League) Seasons I and II and the Daquiprafora Soccer Cup (the first interscholastic soccer tournament involving local Brazilian schools in Belo Horizonte, Brazil) – and was named to the all-star team at each of the three ... also attended Colegio Santo Antonio and Izabela Hendrix prior to going to the American School of Belo Horizonte ... earned the Silver Medal for Academic Achievement in both 2008-09 and ‘09-10.

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n Casagra

PERSONAL Ivi Kubis Casagrande was born on Feb. 20, 1991 ... currently undecided upon a major at BGSU ... daughter of Jose Antonio Casagrande and Cynara Casagrande ... the oldest of four children ... has two brothers and a sister ... in 2007, was pre-selected for the Brazilian U17 National Team.

MATTI CHAPPELLE

29

MIDFIELDER • 5-4 • FR./FR. STERLING HEIGHTS, MICH. (HENRY FORD II)

HIGH SCHOOL Earned four letters at Henry Ford II (‘10) ... had 12 goals as a senior en route to all-district team honors for the Falcons ... also an all-district pick as a junior, when she scored 10 goals ... led team in assists all four seasons ... team captain as a senior, and was named team’s top offensive player ... Macomb Conference All-Academic Team in every year. PERSONAL Matti Eileen Chappelle was born on May 19, 1992 ... plans to major in applied health sciences at BGSU ... daughter of John and Linda Chappelle ... the youngest of three daughters ... father played college football at Northern Michigan and Saginaw Valley ... played club ball for Michigan Gators from U8 through U16, then played for the Bloomfield Force FC on the U17 and U18 teams ... advanced to state cup semifinals in both years with the latter club.

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ASHLEY MILLER FORWARD • 5-6 • FR./FR. FINDLAY, OHIO (FINDLAY)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Findlay H.S. (‘10) ... named the Trojans’ Offensive Player of the Year in each of her last two seasons ... earned All-Northwest Ohio First-Team honors in 2009 after being named to the second team in ‘08 ... FHS won a district title and earned a regional runner-up finish in 2009, after winning sectional crowns in each of the previous two seasons ... also lettered in basketball, and was an honorable-mention All-Greater Buckeye Conference selection in 2009-10 ... captained both the basketball and soccer teams as a senior ... earned Academic All-Ohio honors ... National Honor Society ... Spanish honor society as well.

Miller

PERSONAL Ashley Elizabeth Miller was born on April 22, 1992, in Findlay, Ohio ... plans to major in exercise science at BGSU ... daughter of Chris Miller and Linda Miller ... the second of three children ... has an older sister and a younger brother ... has played club ball for the Greater Toledo Futbol Club and the PSC Impact.

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AMANDA NELSON DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER • 5-7 • FR./FR. OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS (ST. THOMAS AQUINAS)

HIGH SCHOOL A two-time team MVP at Saint Thomas Aquinas H.S. (’10) ... an Eastern Kansas League honorable-mention selection as a senior, as the Saints went 15-4-1 and posted a state runner-up finish ... team won state titles in both 2006 and ’07 ... earned the school’s Senior Award, and also earned the Pax Cristi Award, given for four years of outstanding achievements, service and leadership ... won the Blake Mulvany Award (leadership award given to one male and one female in the senior class). PERSONAL Amanda Marie Nelson was born on Aug. 17, 1992, in Kansas City, Kansas ... plans to major in exercise science at BGSU ... daughter of Gene and Barbara Nelson ... has two older sisters ... played club ball for KCFC Alliance Intensity, helping that team to six consecutive Kansas State Cup championships and a pair of regional championships ... team qualified for nationals twice during her tenure.

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KAILEY PASZKO MIDFIELDER • 5-7 • FR./FR. TOLEDO, OHIO (MAUMEE)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Maumee H.S. (‘10) for coaches Steve Kikolski and Doug Everhart ... an All-Ohio performer for the Panthers ... a three-time all-district first-team selection ... had 40 career goals ... had nine goals and seven assists as a senior in 2009, earning first-team All-Northern Lakes League accolades for the third time in her career ... had 12 goals and nine assists in her junior year, en route to second-team all-state honors ... played in just 10 games as a sophomore, but scored six goals and earned all-league honorable mention ... had 13 goals and six assists as a freshmen, en route to All-NLL and all-district first-team honors ... an allacademic team selection in each of her four years ... team advanced to the sectional finals in all four seasons.

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PERSONAL Kailey Elizabeth Paszko was born on Nov. 5, 1991, in Toledo, Ohio ... undecided upon a major at BGSU ... daughter of Donald and Karen Paszko ... has a younger sister ... mother played tennis collegiately at Univ. of Toledo ... played club soccer with the Pacesetter program, helping that team to a State Cup finals appearance in 2006 ... was a member of the Ohio ODP from 2004-08, helping that team to the Region II finals in ’08 ... also has played club ball with Ohio Premier.

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KAITLYN TOBIN MIDFIELDER/FORWARD • 5-5 • FR./FR. BAY CITY, MICH. (JOHN GLENN)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at John Glenn H.S. (‘10) ... a two-time all-state first-team selection, and a four-year all-league first-team honoree for the Bobcats ... helped the team to four North East Michigan Conference titles ... Bobcats also won district titles and advanced to the regional finals in both her junior and senior seasons ... team went 73-15-8 during her four years, including a 44-6-4 mark over the last two years ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Kaitlyn Marie Tobin was born on Feb. 12, 1992, in Bay City, Mich. ... plans to major in psychology at BGSU ... daughter of Brian and Debbie Tobin ... the second of three children ... has an older brother and a younger sister ... has played club ball for Vardar North.

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TRACY TOGBA FORWARD • 5-4 • FR./FR. ORANGE VILLAGE, OHIO (HAWKEN)

HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner ... played her freshman season at Orange H.S. before attending Hawken School (‘10) ... a two-time all-state selection for the Hawks ... earned all-Chagrin Valley Conference and All-Cleveland honors three times each ... was the league MVP as a freshman ... missed her sophomore year due to injury ... as a junior, broke the Hawken single-season record with 33 goals ... earned her second-straight all-state honor as a senior in 2009 ... helped the Hawks to a berth in the district finals that year, after two consecutive trips to the district semifinals.

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PERSONAL Tracy Nehneh Togba was born on Sept. 28, 1992, in Monrovia, Liberia ... plans to major in biology at BGSU ... daughter of Dogba Bass and Marcia Gill-Bass ... has a younger sister ... played club soccer for the Cleveland Internationals.

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MIDFIELDER/FORWARD • 5-4 • FR./FR. TROY, MICH. (TROY)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Troy H.S. (‘10) ... was an all-state first-team selection as a senior for the Colts, leading the team in both goals (10) and assists (15) in the spring of 2010 ... also led Troy in each of those categories as a junior, with nine goals and 12 assists ... an all-state second-team pick as a junior ... team advanced to the state semifinals in 2009 and to the quarterfinals in ‘10 ... a three-time all-district and all-league choice ... also named to the all-region (twice) and all-county teams for the Colts ... a scholar-athlete in each of her four years ... National Honor Society ... graduated Summa Cum Laude ... Phi Beta Kappa.

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PERSONAL Madeline Marie Wideman was born on Sept. 19, 1992, in Pontiac, Mich. ... plans to major in physical therapy at BGSU ... daughter of Patrick and Kathleen Wideman ... has a younger sister ... played club ball for Bloomfield Force FC, helping that team to three-straight state quarterfinal appearances from 2007-09.

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DEFENDER • 5-6 • FR./FR. LODI, OHIO (CLOVERLEAF)

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Cloverleaf H.S. (‘10) under coaches Val Baughman and Jake Miracle ... a two-time Suburban League First-Team selection as the Colts won the league crown in both 2008 and ‘09 ... CHS went 50-11-10 in her four years, including 32-2-3 over her final two seasons ... named team’s Defensive MVP as a senior ... Colts were ranked seventh in the state and as high as 36th in the nation that season ... earned OHSAA Scholar Athlete award ... National Honor Society. PERSONAL Melissa Nicole Zeigler was born on April 5, 1992 in Westlake, Ohio ... plans to major in biology at BGSU ... daughter of Vince and Jennifer Zeigler ... the oldest of three children ... has two brothers ... has played club ball for Pennine United Soccer Club.

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE Providing leadership in education and diversity, the Mid-American Conference moves into its 64th year of service to the student-athlete. Since its inception in 1946, the MAC has progressively grown and developed into one of the most aggressive Division I conferences in the country. One of only 11 football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences, the MAC named Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher as its eighth commissioner in the 64-year history of the league in March of 2009. Steinbrecher came to the MAC after serving six years as the commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference. The league has grown its commitment to championships by expanding to six its number of neutral site post season events – football (Detroit’s Ford Field), volleyball (Toledo’s SeaGate Centre),

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men’s and women’s basketball (Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena), softball (Akron’s Firestone Stadium) and baseball (Chillicothe’s VA Memorial Stadium).

ing Green WR Freddie Barnes led the country in receptions and was one of three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the nation’s top wide receiver. Western Michigan QB Tim Hiller won The MAC tied a league record the 2009 Wuerffel Trophy, in 2009 with five schools better known as the Humaniparticipating in football bowl tarian Heisman, given annually MAC Commissioner games – Bowling Green, to one football student-athlete Jon Steinbrecher Central Michigan, Northern that showed excellence athIllinois, Ohio and Temple. This letically, academically and in marked the second consecutive season giving back to the community. This past for the MAC to send five schools to bowl April, five MAC players were selected appearances and only the third time in in the NFL Draft and over 20 more were conference history (2004, 2008, 2009). signed to free agent contracts. Finally the The 2009 season also witnessed Central National Football Foundation recognized Michigan ranked No. 23 in the AP poll 13 MAC student-athletes to the 2010 and No. 24 in the USA Today coaches Hampshire Honor Society with success poll at the end of the season following both athletically and academically with a a dramatic 44-41 2OT win over Troy 3.20 GPA or better. in the GMAC Bowl. Two more MAC teams defeated Big Ten opponents during In its partnership with ESPN, the MAC the regular season as Central Michigan will enter the second year of its eightdefeated Michigan State, 29-27 at East year rights agreement (through 2016Lansing, Mich., while Northern Illinois 2017 academic year) for football, as well rolled to a 28-21 win at Purdue in West as men’s and women’s basketball. The Lafayette, Ind. deal is the most extensive in the 64-year history of the conference. The agreeFor the first time in its 64-year history, ment calls for a minimum of 25 events the MAC will have five bowl relationannually to be produced and aired on an ships--three primary and two secondaryESPN platform including the men’s and -for the next four seasons (2010-2013). women’s basketball championships, a The three primary agreements are with regular-season MAC presence on ESPN, the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl (Detroit, the Marathon MAC Football ChampionMich.), GMAC Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) ship and a minimum of 11 regular-season and uDrove Humanitarian Bowl (Boise, football games. Idaho). Akron continued its dominance in men’s Several other milestones occurred in soccer and was ranked No. 1 in the counfootball last season. Central Michigan try through the entire year. The Zips won QB Dan LeFevour finished his career their 12th regular season championship with three MAC Championships and and fell to Virginia in the NCAA Colfour consecutive bowl appearances and lege Cup Championship Game. Akron completed his career with 150 total coach Caleb Porter was named National touchdowns--most in FBS history-- and Coach of the Year for NCAA Division I. is the MAC career leader in total offenUA striker Teal Bunbury received three sive yards, passing yards, completions, honors, including the 2009 Hermann attempts and passing touchdowns. Bowl- Trophy, the most prestigious honor in

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE intercollegiate soccer. Two Akron soccer players were selected in the top 10 of the MLS 2010 SuperDraft, including Bunbury (No. 4 overall to the Kansas City Wizards) and Blair Gavin (No. 10 overall to Chivas USA). Ohio’s men’s basketball team entered the MAC tournament as a No. 9 seed and defeated Akron in the MAC Championship game. The Bobcats went on and defeated No. 3 seed Georgetown in the opening round of the NCAA tournament before falling to Tennessee. In wrestling, Central Michigan won its ninth consecutive MAC championship, while the MAC sent 26 wrestlers to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship where six grapplers secured All-America honors. Eastern Michigan won its fourth consecutive championship in men’s swimming and diving, while Kent State won its 18th MAC title in men’s golf and received its 23rd NCAA appearance. Western Michigan made its fifth consecutive appearance to the NCAA Men’s Tennis Tournament. Women’s athletics continued to shine for the MAC this past year. For the first time in MAC history five basketball teams were invited to postseason tournaments. Bowling Green won the MAC tourney and received the invitation to the NCAA tournament, while Eastern Michigan, Kent State and Toledo all were invited to the WNIT and Akron received an invite to the Women’s Basketball Invitational.

earn All-America status. Both Central Michigan and Kent State competed at the NCAA Regional Championships in gymnastics, while KSU won its 12th consecutive women’s golf conference title and advanced to the NCAA championships. From two-time Super Bowl quarterback winning Ben Roethlisberger (Miami), NFL Defensive MVP James Harrison (Kent State), three NFL Pro Bowlers (Cleveland KR Josh Cribbs, San Diego TE Antonio Gates, Pittsburgh LB James Harrison), British Open winner Ben Curtis (Kent State), World Series winning manager Bob Brenly (Ohio) and Olympic bobsled team member Brock Kreitzburg (Toledo), the Mid-American Conference continues to excel in producing leaders in the world of athletics. Based in Cleveland since July 1999 following a 15-year stay in Toledo, Ohio, the MAC has established historic measurements in both football and men’s and women’s basketball since moving to Northeast Ohio. The MAC was founded as a five-school league on February 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State and Western Reserve admitted as charter members. The Mid-American Conference has 12 full-time schools and a 13th, Temple, for football only. Comprising the East Divi-

sion is the University of Akron (joined in 1992), Bowling Green State University (1952), University at Buffalo (1998), Kent State University (1951), Miami University (1947), Ohio University (1946) and Temple University (2007). The West Division members are Ball State University (1973), Central Michigan University (1971), Eastern Michigan University (1971), Northern Illinois University (1975-86, 1997), University of Toledo (1950) and Western Michigan University (1947). In 1946 men’s basketball was the first competitive sport in the MAC, which now sponsors a total 23 sports. Women’s sports were brought into the conference’s structure in 1980. For men, championships (11) are sponsored in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, golf and tennis. For women, championships (12) are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, gymnastics, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis. (Text and information courtesy MAC office)

In women’s soccer, Central Michigan won the MAC championship and defeated Purdue in its first NCAA tournament match in program history. Ohio won the MAC volleyball championship and defeated Notre Dame in the first round of the NCAA tournament. In women’s swimming and diving, Toledo won its first ever MAC championship, while Buffalo’s Meili Carpenter became the first swimmer in school history to

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The Falcons won the MAC Tournament title in both 2004 ...

The fall of 1997 marked the first season of competition for women’s soccer as a conference-sponsored sport. Eight MAC institutions fielded teams that fall. The first season of league women’s soccer sponsorship coincided with Bowling Green’s first year fielding a program at the varsity level. Buffalo, Central Michigan and Marshall joined the MAC women’s soccer ranks in 1998, and Ball State began competition in 1999. Akron started a women’s soccer program in 2001, bringing MAC membership in the sport to 13 schools. Marshall left the MAC at the end of the 2004-05 academic year, giving the conference 12 women’s soccer-playing schools. The Falcons have enjoyed their fair share of success in MAC action. The 2005 team won the regular-season title for the first time in school history, and BGSU won back-to-back conference tournament titles in ’04 and ’05. The Falcons have appeared in the MAC Tournament’s championship game five times in the last decade, including in three-straight title tilts from 2003-05 and again in 2007. The inaugural MAC Tournament, in 1997, included the top four regular-season finishers, and the tourney doubled in size for the 1998 season. In that ’98 tournament, BG advanced to the semifinal round before losing in overtime to eventual champion Northern Illinois. All six of BGSU’s MAC Tournament losses have come at the hands of the eventual tourney champion. Two years later (2000), the Falcons won a pair of tournament matches to advance to the championship contest for the first time. In that final, the Brown and Orange lost to Miami, again in overtime. In 2002, the Falcons were picked to finish ninth, but placed fourth in the regular-season standings. That BG squad hosted a MAC Tournament match for the first time in school history, and won that match before falling to MU on the RedHawks’ home field. The next season, the Falcons finished eighth in the 40

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regular-season standings, but downed the top seed in the first round of the tournament, and advanced all the way to the championship match. The 2003 team’s improbable run seemed hard to top, but Andy Richards’ 2004 team did just that. Again seeded eighth, the ’04 Falcons outscored opponents, 8-2, en route to three wins over higher-seeded teams and the first MAC Tournament title in school history. The 2005 BGSU squad returned to the championship match yet again, achieving several program firsts. Richards and the Falcons won the MAC’s regular-season title for the first time in school history, and earned the right to host the league tourney for the first time. The Brown and Orange did not allow a goal in three MAC Tournament matches, en route to a second-straight title and NCAA berth. The ’06 Falcons, despite losing seven starters from the previous year’s club, returned to the MAC Tournament for a fifth consecutive season. The Brown and Orange, with 12 newcomers on the 24-woman roster, saw their season end in the quarterfinal round. In 2007, the Falcons returned to the championship match of the conference tourney once again, for the fourth time in five Novembers. BGSU’s three tournament matches all went to overtime, with the last two requiring penalty kicks. The Falcons dispatched regular-season champion Ball State on the Cardinals’ home field in the semifinal round, before Toledo squeaked past the Brown and Orange via PKs in the final. The 2008 Falcons finished fourth in the MAC’s regular-season standings. BGSU downed Western Michigan in quarterfinal-round action at Cochrane, before falling at UT on a late goal in the semifinal round. Eight teams will qualify for the tournament again in 2010, with quarterfinal matches held Oct. 31 at the top four seeds. The semifinals and championship will be contested Nov. 5 and 7, respectively, at the site of the highest remaining seed after the quarterfinal round.

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MAC STANDINGS & HISTORY 1997 MAC STANDINGS 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team (Overall) Northern Ill. (12-8-1) Western Mich. (9-8-2) Eastern Mich. (11-7-1) Ohio (10-6-2) Toledo (9-6-2) Miami (7-13-0) Kent (3-14-2) Bowling Green (6-12-0)

W-L-T 6-1-0 4-2-1 4-2-1 4-2-1 4-3-0 2-5-0 1-5-1 1-6-0

Pts. 18 13 13 13 12 6 4 3

1997 MAC TOURNAMENT Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 7) #1 Northern Illinois 2, #4 Ohio 1 #3 Eastern Mich. 2, #2 Western Mich. 1

Championship (Sunday, Nov. 9) #1 Northern Ill. 3, #3 Eastern Mich. 2 (OT) (all matches held at Northern Illinois)

1998 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Ohio (16-6-0) Northern Ill. (14-7-0) 3. Eastern Mich. (13-7-1) 4. Kent (13-7-1) 5. Toledo (8-12-0) 6. Bowling Green (8-11-1) 7. Buffalo (10-6-2) 8. Western Mich. (6-10-2) 9. Miami (5-8-3) 10. Central Mich. (6-10-1) 11. Marshall (4-13-1)

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ALL-TIME MAC STANDINGS (REGULAR SEASON • 1997-2009)

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Team (Seasons) Eastern Mich. (13) Ohio (13) Central Mich. (12) Miami (13) Ball State (11) Toledo (13) Western Mich. (13) Kent State (13) Bowling Green (13) Buffalo (12) Northern Ill. (13) Akron (9) Marshall (7) #

Team (Years) Toledo (7) Northern Ill. (6) Miami (10) Bowling Green (9) Central Mich. (10) Ohio (11) Eastern Mich. (12) Ball State (8) Kent State (8) Western Mich. (11) Buffalo (6) Akron (1) Marshall (1) #

W 81 79 71 74 60 68 63 61 60 54 53 24 18

L 42 49 47 58 50 61 62 66 66 68 75 68 54

T 19 14 17 10 15 12 16 14 16 12 14 16 8

Pct. Titles .637 2& .606 3& .589 1 .556 1 .540 2 .525 1 .504 0 .482 2& .479 1 .448 1 .423 2& .296 0 .275 0

& Includes co-championships # no longer in the MAC Pts. 27 27 22 16 15 13 11 10 8 7 4

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1999 MAC TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 2) #1 Eastern Michigan 5, #8 Kent 0 #2 Central Michigan 2, #7 Northern Illinois 1 #3 Miami 1, #6 Western Michigan 0 (OT) #5 Ohio 2, #4 Buffalo 1 (2-OT) Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 5) #1 Eastern Michigan 1, #5 Ohio 0 #3 Miami 2, #2 Central Michigan 1

Championship (Sunday, Nov. 7) #1 Eastern Michigan 0, #3 Miami 0 *

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at EMU) * Eastern Michigan advances, 5-3, on penalty kicks

Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 3) #1 Ohio 3, #8 Western Michigan 2 #2 Northern Illinois 2, #7 Buffalo 0 #6 BGSU 1, #3 Eastern Michigan 0 #4 Kent 2, #5 Toledo 1

W L T Pct. Titles 8 2 4 .714 3 8 3 1 .708 2 15 6 1 .705 3 11 6 5 .614 2 10 8 2 .550 1 8 11 0 .421 0 7 11 1 .395 1 2 5 3 .350 0 3 7 2 .333 0 4 10 1 .300 1 1 6 0 .143 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0

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2000 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Buffalo (14-6-1) 2. Eastern Mich. (11-7-2) 3. Central Mich. (10-10-0) Miami (13-8-0) # Ohio (10-9-0) 6. Western Mich. (10-9-2) 7. Bowling Green (10-10-1) 8. Toledo (5-12-1) 9. Kent State (8-8-1) 10. Marshall (8-10-1) 11. Northern Illinois (4-14-1) Ball State (7-10-2)

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Pts. 25 24 21 21 21 17 16 13 12 10 7 7

Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 6) #2 Northern Illinois 2, #6 BGSU 1 (OT) #1 Ohio 1, #4 Kent 0 Championship (Sunday, Nov. 8) #2 Northern Ill. 2, at #1 Ohio 1 (3-OT)

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1999 MAC STANDINGS

Team (Overall) 1. Eastern Mich. (17-4-3) # 2. Central Mich. (14-6-1) Miami (17-3-1) 4. Buffalo (13-5-1) 5. Ohio (9-10-1) 6. Western Mich. (10-9-1) 7. Northern Ill. (5-14-0) Kent (10-9-0) Toledo (9-8-0) 10. Bowling Green (5-11-3) 11. Marshall (6-10-3) 12. Ball State (1-17-1)

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Pts. 26 24 24 21 19 16 15 15 15 9 8 1

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MAC STANDINGS & HISTORY 2000 MAC TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Oct. 31) #1 Buffalo 2, #8 Toledo 0 #7 Bowling Green 2, #2 Eastern Michigan 1 #6 Western Michigan 2, #3 Central Mich. 1 #4 Miami 1, #5 Ohio 0

Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 3) #7 Bowling Green 2, #6 Western Michigan 1 #4 Miami 2, #1 Buffalo 0 Championship (Sunday, Nov. 5) #4 Miami 1, #7 Bowling Green 0 (2-OT)

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Buffalo)

2001 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Ohio (12-9-0) 2. Eastern Mich. (15-6-0) 3. Miami (15-7-1) # 4. Central Mich. (12-9-1) 5. Marshall (11-7-1) 6. Buffalo (9-9-0) 7. Western Mich. (8-11-0) 8. Ball State (12-6-2) 9. Toledo (6-10-1) 10. Kent State (6-11-0) 11. Northern Illinois (3-14-1) 12. Bowling Green (7-10-2) 13. Akron (2-14-0)

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Pts. 30 27 25 24 22 21 18 17 16 15 9 7 0

2001 MAC TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 6) #1 Ohio 2, #8 Ball State 1 #2 Eastern Michigan 4, #7 Western Mich. 0 #3 Miami 7, #6 Buffalo 0 #4 Central Michigan 2, #5 Marshall 1

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Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 8) #3 Ohio 1, #2 Ball State 0 #1 Miami 3, #4 Bowling Green 0

Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 7) #8 Bowling Green 0, #5 Central Mich. 0 $ #3 Western Michigan 2, #7 Ohio 1

2003 MAC STANDINGS

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2003 MAC TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 5) #1 Miami 5, #8 Central Michigan 1 #2 Ball State 3, #7 Western Michigan 1 #3 Ohio 1, #6 Eastern Michigan 0 #4 Bowling Green 2, #5 Buffalo 1 (2-OT) %

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Miami) % match played on Wednesday, Nov. 6

Championship (Sunday, Nov. 11) #3 Miami 3, #4 Central Michigan 1

Team (Overall) 1. Miami (19-3-2) # 2. Ball State (14-6-1) 3. Ohio (15-5-2) 4. Bowling Green (12-8-2) 5. Buffalo (7-8-5) Eastern Mich. (9-10-2) 7. Western Mich. (7-10-1) 8. Central Mich. (5-9-5) 9. Toledo (8-8-2) 10. Northern Illinois (6-12-0) 11. Kent State (6-10-2) 12. Marshall (6-9-2) 13. Akron (5-11-1)

2002 MAC TOURNAMENT

Championship (Sunday, Nov. 10) #1 Miami 5, #3 Ohio 1

Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 9) #3 Miami 4, #2 Eastern Michigan 1 #4 Central Michigan 2, #1 Ohio 1 (4-OT)

2002 MAC STANDINGS

The 2004 Falcons became the first team in school history to win a MAC title and advance to the NCAA Championships. Seeded eighth for the conference tournament, BGSU rolled through the tourney with a trio of wins to earn the MAC’s automatic berth to the NCAAs.

Pts. 33 27 23 22 17 17 16 15 14 12 11 11 4

Team (Overall) 1. Eastern Mich. (9-9-3) Kent State (12-5-3) 3. Western Mich. (14-8-1) # 4. Ball State (11-7-2) 5. Central Mich. (9-8-3) Buffalo (11-8-1) Ohio (10-10-1) 8. Bowling Green (8-12-3) 9. Miami (7-9-2) 10. Akron (8-9-1) Toledo (8-11-0) 12. Marshall (2-15-1) 13. Northern Illinois (3-15-1)

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Pts. 26 26 24 22 19 19 19 17 16 15 15 6 4

Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 4) #8 Bowling Green 2, #1 Eastern Mich. 1 #7 Ohio 1, #2 Kent State 0 #3 Western Michigan 3, #6 Buffalo 0 #5 Central Michigan 2, #4 Ball State 0

Championship (Sunday, Nov. 9) #3 Western Michigan 4, #8 Bowling Green 1

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at WMU) $ BGSU advances, 4-3, on penalty kicks

2004 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Kent State (11-4-5) Ohio (9-7-3) 3. Central Mich. (10-8-3) Western Mich. (11-6-4) 5. Ball State (10-3-7) Miami (8-9-2) Eastern Mich. (10-7-3) 8. Bowl. Green (10-12-2) # 9. Buffalo (7-11-1) 10. Toledo (7-9-3) Northern Illinois (6-7-5) 12. Akron (3-12-2) 13. Marshall (3-13-3)

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Pts. 24 24 21 21 20 20 20 17 16 14 14 5 1

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MAC STANDINGS & HISTORY 2004 MAC TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 2) #8 Bowling Green 2, #1 Kent State 1 (2-OT) #2 Ohio 3, #7 Eastern Michigan 1 #3 Central Michigan 2, #6 Miami 1 #4 Western Mich. 2, #5 Ball State 2 (2-OT) $ Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 5) #8 Bowling Green 4, #4 Western Michigan 1 #3 Central Michigan 1, #2 Ohio 0 Championship (Sunday, Nov. 7) #8 Bowling Green 2, #3 Central Michigan 0

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Ohio) $ WMU advances, 4-3, on penalty kicks

2005 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Bowling Green (14-7-2) # 2. Ball State (15-3-2) 3. Western Mich. (10-8-1) 4. Miami (9-9-0) Eastern Mich. (8-11-1) 6. Central Mich. (7-10-3) Kent State (9-8-5) 8. Toledo (10-7-2) 9. Akron (5-11-2) Buffalo (5-11-2) 11. Northern Illinois (5-11-2) 12. Ohio (3-14-0)

W-L-T 9-2-0 8-2-1 8-3-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 5-4-2 5-4-2 5-5-1 3-7-1 3-7-1 3-8-0 1-10-0

Pts. 27 25 24 18 18 17 17 16 10 10 9 3

2005 MAC TOURNAMENT

2006 MAC STANDINGS

2007 MAC STANDINGS

$ Due to a weather cancellation (Toledo-Buffalo), the regular-season standings were decided on the basis of overall winning pct., rather than points

2007 MAC TOURNAMENT

Team (Overall) 1. Ball State (13-4-3) 2. Ohio (9-9-1) 3. Central Michigan (13-4-2) Bowling Green (10-10-0) 5. Toledo (9-9-4) # 6. Kent State (10-10-1) 7. Northern Illinois (8-11-2) Miami (8-10-2) 9. Buffalo (8-10-0) 10. Akron (11-7-0) 11. Eastern Michigan (6-10-2) 12. Western Michigan (3-15-1)

W-L-T Pct.$ 8-2-1 .773 7-3-1 .682 6-3-2 .636 7-4-0 .636 5-3-2 .600 6-5-0 .545 5-6-0 .455 4-5-2 .455 4-6-0 .400 4-7-0 .364 3-8-0 .273 2-9-0 .182

2006 MAC TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals (Sunday, Oct. 29) #8 Miami 2, #1 Ball State 1 #7 Northern Illinois 2, #2 Ohio 0 #6 Kent State 5, #3 Central Michigan 4 (2-OT) #5 Toledo 3, #4 Bowling Green 0 Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 3) #5 Toledo 1, #8 Miami 0 (OT) #7 Northern Illinois 1, #6 Kent State 0 Championship (Sunday, Nov. 5) #5 Toledo 2, #7 Northern Illinois 1

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Toledo)

Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 1) #1 Bowling Green 0, #8 Toledo 0 (2-OT) $ #7 Kent State 0, #2 Ball State 0 (2-OT) ^ #6 Central Michigan 1, #3 Western Michigan 0 #4 Miami 2, #5 Eastern Michigan 1

Team (Overall) 1. Ball State (13-5-2) 2. Toledo (14-6-3) # 3. Northern Ill. (10-5-5) 4. Bowling Green (10-9-3) 5. Eastern Mich. (7-8-4) 6. Ohio (5-11-3) 7. Kent State (7-11-1) 8. Miami (6-10-3) Buffalo (7-10-2) 10. Central Mich. (8-10-0) 11. Western Mich. (4-11-3) 12. Akron (6-7-6)

W-L-T 9-1-1 8-3-0 6-3-2 6-5-0 5-4-2 5-5-1 5-6-0 4-6-1 4-6-1 4-7-0 2-7-2 1-6-4

Quarterfinals (Sunday, Nov. 4) #1 Ball State 1, #8 Miami 0 #2 Toledo 4, #7 Kent State 3 #3 Northern Illinois 1, #6 Ohio 0 #4 Bowling Green 2, #5 Eastern Michigan 1 (OT) Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 9) #2 Toledo 0, #3 Northern Illinois 0 (2-OT) $ #4 Bowling Green 0, #1 Ball State 0 (2-OT) ^ Championship (Sunday, Nov. 11) #2 Toledo 2, #4 Bowling Green 2 (2-OT) !

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Ball State) $ Toledo advances, 4-3, on penalty kicks ^ BGSU advances, 3-0, on penalty kicks ! Toledo advances, 3-2, on penalty kicks

2008 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Toledo (16-5-1) # 2. Central Mich. (12-5-3) Eastern Mich. (13-5-5) 4. Bowling Green (12-6-4) 5. Western Mich. (7-11-1) 6. Northern Ill. (9-6-5) 7. Ball State (9-10-1) 8. Miami (6-12-1) 9. Ohio (5-10-3) 10. Kent State (6-11-1) 11. Akron (7-9-2) 12. Buffalo (4-10-4)

Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 4) #7 Kent State 1, #6 Central Michigan 0 (OT) #1 Bowling Green 2, #4 Miami 0

Championship (Sunday, Nov. 6) #1 Bowling Green 0, #7 Kent State 0 (2-OT) $

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at BGSU) $ BGSU advances, 3-2, on penalty kicks ^ KSU advances, 3-1, on penalty kicks

Pts. 28 24 20 18 17 16 15 13 13 12 8 7

W-L-T 8-2-1 6-2-3 6-2-3 6-3-2 6-4-1 5-4-2 5-5-1 5-6-0 4-5-2 3-7-1 2-7-2 0-9-2

Pts. 25 21 21 20 19 17 16 15 14 10 8 2

2008 MAC TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Sunday, Nov. 2) #1 Toledo 1, #8 Miami 0 #2 Central Michigan 1, #7 Ball State 0 #3 Eastern Michigan 2, #6 Northern Illinois 0 #4 Bowling Green 2, #5 Western Michigan 0

The Falcons celebrate after advancing via penalty kicks in the quarterfinal round of the 2005 MAC Tournament

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(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Toledo)

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MAC STANDINGS & HISTORY / SERIES INFORMATION 2009 MAC STANDINGS Team (Overall) 1. Central Mich. (17-4-3) # 2. Eastern Michigan (11-4-6) Akron (9-7-2) 4. Ohio (9-8-2) Toledo (11-6-4) 6. Miami (12-8-1) 7. Kent State (8-9-2) 8. Western Michigan (6-8-5) 9. Ball State (4-13-1) Buffalo (3-15-1) 11. Bowling Green (5-12-3) Northern Illinois (5-11-3)

W-L-T 9-0-2 6-1-4 7-3-1 6-3-2 6-3-2 6-4-1 4-5-2 3-4-4 2-8-1 2-8-1 1-7-3 1-7-3

Pts. 29 22 22 20 20 19 14 13 7 7 6 6

2009 MAC TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals (Sunday, Nov. 1) #1 Central Michigan 1, #8 Western Michigan 0 #2 Eastern Michigan 3, #7 Kent State 0 #6 Miami 2, #3 Akron 0 #5 Toledo 3, #4 Ohio 1 Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 6) #1 Central Michigan 0, #5 Toledo 0 (2-OT) $ #6 Miami 2, #2 Eastern Michigan 1 Championship (Sunday, Nov. 8) #1 Central Michigan 1, #6 Miami 0

(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team; semifinals and championship held at Central Mich.) $ Central Michigan advances, 4-2, on penalty kicks

NOTE: In regular-season standings from 19972005 and 2007-2009, teams earned three points for a win, one for a tie • in each year’s standings, teams are listed in order of seeding for MAC Tournament # NCAA Tournament participant

SERIES RECORDS Opponent

W-L-T GF GA

Opponent

Arizona State

0-1-0

5

Michigan State

Boise State

1-0-0

0

Murray State

1-0-0

1

0

UNLV

0-1-0

1

2

Akron

Ball State Bucknell Buffalo

UC Irvine

UC Riverside

Central Michigan Cincinnati

16

3-7-2

12 18

1-0-0 9-4-1 0-1-0 0-1-0

5-7-2

1-2-0

1

1 3

6

0

Missouri

2

Navy

2

Niagara

23 14 0

Miami

2

Northern Arizona

5

Oakland

8

Ohio

19 22

Northern Illinois

2

7-9-0

1-11-2 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0

1

Delaware

0-1-0

0

2

Pittsburgh

7

3

Robert Morris

9

9

St. Francis (Pa.)

1

Tennessee Tech

1-0-0

2

Valparaiso

3-0-0

Detroit

Duquesne

East Carolina

Eastern Illinois

Eastern Michigan Georgia

3-4-0 1-0-0

0-1-0

3-2-1

7-9-1

0-1-0

20 23 2

4

19 29 0

Purdue

Indiana State

1-0-0

2

1

West Virginia

IPFW

2-0-0

0

Western Michigan

Indiana

0-3-0 0-1-0

Kent State

9-3-4

Louisville

0-1-0

Kentucky

Marquette Marshall

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0

5

0

7-6-4 0-3-0

4

UW-Green Bay

2-0-0

4

Wright State

3-4-0

3

Youngstown State

0 0

1

Xavier

5 19

1-0-0

1

0

11

3

Western Illinois

UW-Milwaukee

2

12

11

19 10

1

2-0-0

1

5

2

0

2

1-0-0

4

0-1-0

2

3

1

0-1-0

Samford

0

Idaho

1-1-0

1-1-0

0-1-0

Hawai’i

2-8-3

St. Bonaventure

Toledo

1

1

5 12

11

2

0

1-5-1

0-2-1

2-0-0 0-2-0

10 36

28 34

Cleveland State Dayton

23 29

6-7-1

Ohio State

Iowa State

44

7-2-0

W-L-T GF GA

1-1-0

7-9-1

0-1-0

2-0-0

5-0-0

0

2

2

4

1

0

7

0

10

2

3

2

5

1

22 21 0 14

32 33 0

3

9 12 3

23

0

3

18 10

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SERIES RESULTS AKRON (7-2-0) Oct. 5, 2001 Sept. 27, 2002 Sept. 19, 2003 Oct. 3, 2004 Oct. 9, 2005 Oct. 8, 2006 Oct. 28, 2007 Oct. 5, 2008 Oct. 11, 2009

H A H A H A H A H

W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 1-2

ARIZONA STATE (0-1-0) Aug. 30, 2003 N (Honolulu, Hawai’i) L 1-5 BALL STATE (3-7-2) Oct. 1, 1999 A T 2-2 (2OT) Oct. 8, 2000 H W 3-0 Nov. 1, 2001 A L 0-3 Sept. 22, 2002 H L 1-2 Oct. 3, 2003 A W 2-0 Oct. 10, 2004 H L 1-2 Sept. 30, 2005 A L 0-3 Sept. 29, 2006 H L 0-2 Oct. 19, 2007 A L 2-3 (2OT) Nov. 9, 2007 A (MAC SF) # T 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 10, 2008 H W 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 2, 2009 A L 0-1 # BGSU advanced, 3-0, on PKs

Oct. 5, 2007 H Oct. 17, 2008 A Oct. 23, 2009 A & at Kalamazoo, Mich. # BGSU advanced, 4-3, on PKs % at Athens, Ohio

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

CINCINNATI (1-2-0) Oct. 8, 2002 A Sept. 14, 2003 H Aug. 22, 2008 A

L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-3

CLEVELAND STATE (2-0-0) Oct. 1, 2004 A Sept. 16, 2005 H

W 5-1 W 6-0

DAYTON (0-2-0) Sept. 3, 1997 Sept. 13, 1998

A H

L 0-5 L 2-3 (OT)

DELAWARE (0-1-0) Sept. 12, 2004 N (Annapolis, Md.) DETROIT (3-4-0) Oct. 27, 1998 Oct. 20, 1999 Sept. 6, 2000 Sept. 4, 2002 Sept. 17, 2003 Sept. 19, 2008 Sept. 4, 2009

L 0-2

A H A H A H A

L 4-6 L 0-6 L 3-6 W 5-2 L 0-3 W 4-0 W 4-0

BUCKNELL (1-0-0) Aug. 27, 2000 N (Kent, Ohio) W 3-2 (OT)

DUQUESNE (1-0-0) Aug. 27, 2004 H

W 7-3

BUFFALO (9-4-1) Oct. 24, 1997 Sept. 25, 1998 Sept. 26, 1999 Oct. 20, 2000 Sept. 23, 2001 Oct. 20, 2002 Nov. 6, 2002 Oct. 17, 2003 Oct. 17, 2004 Oct. 16, 2005 Oct. 15, 2006 Oct. 14, 2007 Oct. 26, 2008 Oct. 18, 2009

EAST CAROLINA (0-1-0) Sept. 5, 1999 N (Athens, Ga.)

BOISE STATE (1-0-0) Sept. 4, 2005 N (Flagstaff, Ariz.)

W 1-0

H W 2-1 H W 2-1 H L 0-3 A T 1-1 (2OT) H L 1-2 (OT) A W 2-1 (OT) H (MAC QF) W 2-1 (2OT) H L 2-3 (OT) A W 1-0 H W 4-0 N (Kent, Ohio) W 2-0 A L 0-1 H W 3-0 H W 1-0

UC IRVINE (0-1-0) Sept. 20, 2009 A (Riverside, Calif.)

L 0-2

UC RIVERSIDE (0-1-0) Sept. 18, 2009 A

L 0-2

CENTRAL MICHIGAN (5-7-2) Oct. 1, 1998 H W 4-3 Oct. 17, 1999 H L 1-2 Sept. 15, 2000 A W 3-1 Oct. 14, 2001 H L 1-4 Oct. 11, 2002 A W 2-0 Sept. 12, 2003 H T 2-2 (2OT) Nov. 7, 2003 N (MAC SF) # T 0-0 (2OT) Sept. 24, 2004 A L 0-1 Nov. 7, 2004 N (MAC Ch.) % W 2-0 Oct. 21, 2005 A W 2-1 Oct. 20, 2006 H L 1-3

EASTERN ILLINOIS (3-2-1) Sept. 8, 2002 A Sept. 5, 2003 H Sept. 5, 2004 A Sept. 11, 2005 H Sept. 10, 2006 A Sept. 2, 2007 H

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

EASTERN MICHIGAN (7-9-1) Sept. 28, 1997 A L 0-1 Sept. 20, 1998 A L 2-5 Nov. 3, 1998 A (MAC QF) W 1-0 Oct. 15, 1999 H L 2-4 Sept. 24, 2000 A W 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 31, 2000 A (MAC QF) W 2-1 Oct. 12, 2001 H L 0-3 Oct. 13, 2002 A T 2-2 (2OT) Sept. 7, 2003 H L 0-1 Nov. 4, 2003 A (MAC QF) W 2-1 Sept. 26, 2004 A L 2-3 Oct. 23, 2005 A W 2-1 Oct. 22, 2006 H W 1-0 Oct. 7, 2007 H L 0-2 Nov. 4, 2007 H (MAC QF) W 2-1 (OT) Oct. 19, 2008 A L 0-2 Oct. 25, 2009 A L 0-2 GEORGIA (0-1-0) Sept. 3, 1999 A

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A

L 0-4

IDAHO (0-1-0) Sept. 9, 2000

N (Las Vegas, Nev.)

L 0-2

INDIANA STATE (1-0-0) Aug. 28, 2009 H

W 2-1

INDIANA (0-3-0) Sept. 12, 1997 Oct. 24, 1999 Sept. 18, 2005

A H A

L 1-6 L 0-3 L 0-2

IPFW (2-0-0) Sept. 5, 2008 Sept. 6, 2009

A H

W 4-0 W 1-0

IOWA STATE (0-1-0) Sept. 21, 2001 N (Libertyville, Ill.)

L 1-4

KENT STATE (9-3-4) Aug. 29, 1997 A W 1-0 (OT) Oct. 17, 1997 H W 2-0 Sept. 27, 1998 H T 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 15, 1999 H W 2-0 Oct. 22, 2000 A L 1-3 Oct. 26, 2001 H L 0-1 (OT) Sept. 29, 2002 A W 1-0 Oct. 19, 2003 H T 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 15, 2004 A L 2-4 Nov. 2, 2004 A (MAC QF) W 2-1 (2OT) Oct. 14, 2005 H W 2-0 Nov. 6, 2005 H%# T 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 13, 2006 A W 1-0 (OT) Oct. 12, 2007 A W 3-0 Oct. 24, 2008 H W 1-0 Oct. 16, 2009 H T 0-0 (2OT) % MAC Ty. Champ. # BGSU advanced, 3-2, on PKs KENTUCKY (0-1-0) Sept. 7, 2007 A

L 0-4

LOUISVILLE (0-1-0) Aug. 31, 1997 H

L 0-1

MARQUETTE (0-1-0) Aug. 25, 2006 A

L 0-3

MARSHALL (5-1-2) Oct. 16, 1998 A Oct. 10, 1999 A Oct. 13, 2000 H Oct. 19, 2001 A Oct. 4, 2002 H Oct. 26, 2003 A Sept. 19, 2004 H Sept. 14, 2008 H

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

L 0-1

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SERIES RESULTS MIAMI (7-9-0) Oct. 11, 1997 A Oct. 30, 1998 H Oct. 3, 1999 A Oct. 6, 2000 H Nov. 5, 2000 N+ Oct. 28, 2001 A Sept. 20, 2002 H Nov. 8, 2002 A (MAC SF) Oct. 5, 2003 A Oct. 8, 2004 H Oct. 2, 2005 A Nov. 4, 2005 H (MAC SF) Oct. 1, 2006 H Oct. 21, 2007 A Oct. 12, 2008 H Oct. 4, 2009 A + MAC Ty. Champ. (Buffalo, N.Y.) MICHIGAN STATE (1-11-2) Oct. 29, 1997 H Oct. 21, 1998 A Aug. 27, 1999 H Oct. 29, 2000 H Sept. 2, 2001 A Sept. 1, 2002 H Oct. 15, 2003 A Sept. 3, 2004 H Sept. 9, 2005 A Nov. 11, 2005 N#^ Sept. 15, 2006 H Sept. 21, 2007 A Aug. 31, 2008 H Aug. 30, 2009 A # NCAA Champ’s First Round ^ at Notre Dame, Ind.

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

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

MISSOURI (0-1-0) Sept. 15, 2002 N (Columbus, Ohio) MURRAY STATE (1-0-0) Sept. 9, 2007 A

L 0-1 W 1-0

NAVY (0-1-0) Sept. 10, 2004

A

L 1-3

UNLV (0-1-0) Sept. 11, 2000

A

L 1-2

NIAGARA (1-0-0) Sept. 12, 1999 H

W 2-0

NORTHERN ARIZONA (1-0-0) Sept. 2, 2005 A NORTHERN ILLINOIS (6-7-1) Sept. 14, 1997 H Oct. 9, 1998 H Nov. 6, 1998 N% Sept. 18, 1999 A Sept. 29, 2000 H Sept. 28, 2001 A Oct. 27, 2002 H Oct. 12, 2003 A Oct. 22, 2004 H Sept. 23, 2005 A Sept. 22, 2006 H Sept. 28, 2007 H Sept. 26, 2008 A Sept. 25, 2009 A % MAC Ty. SF (Athens, Ohio)

46

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

OAKLAND (0-2-1) Oct. 12, 1998 A Aug. 26, 2005 H Aug. 29, 2008 A OHIO STATE (1-5-1) Sept. 6, 1997 A Oct. 27, 1999 H Sept. 18, 2001 A Oct. 31, 2003 H Nov. 12, 2004 A% Sept. 7, 2008 A Aug. 21, 2009 A % NCAA Champ’s First Round OHIO (2-8-3) Oct. 26, 1997 Oct. 18, 1998 Oct. 8, 1999 Oct. 15, 2000 Oct. 21, 2001 Oct. 6, 2002 Oct. 24, 2003 Sept. 17, 2004 Oct. 7, 2005 Oct. 6, 2006 Oct. 26, 2007 Oct. 3, 2008 Oct. 9, 2009

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

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

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

PITTSBURGH (1-1-0) Sept. 13, 2002 N (Columbus, Ohio) W 1-0 Aug. 29, 2004 H L 0-2 PURDUE (0-1-0) Sept. 16, 2007

A

L 0-4

ROBERT MORRIS (2-0-0) Oct. 31, 1997 A Sept. 6, 1998 H

W 3-1 W 9-2

ST. BONAVENTURE (1-1-0) Aug. 25, 2000 N (Kent, Ohio) Sept. 11, 2009 H

W 2-0 L 0-1

SAINT FRANCIS (PA.) (1-0-0) Sept. 7, 1997 H

W 5-0

SAMFORD (1-0-0) Sept. 7, 2001 H

W 2-0

TENNESSEE TECH (1-0-0) Sept. 12, 2008 H

W 7-0

TOLEDO (7-6-4) Sept. 20, 1997 Sept. 17, 1998 Oct. 30, 1999 Sept. 22, 2000 Sept. 9, 2001 Sept. 6, 2002 Sept. 28, 2003 Oct. 28, 2004 Oct. 28, 2005 Nov. 1, 2005

A (Glass Bowl) L 2-3 A W 2-1 H L 1-2 (OT) A W 2-1 H T 2-2 (2OT) A W 1-0 H L 0-1 (OT) A W 3-0 A W 3-2 H (MAC QF) # T 0-0 (2OT)

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Oct. 26, 2006 H W 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 29, 2006 H (MAC QF) L 0-3 Nov. 1, 2007 A W 2-1 Nov. 11, 2007 N!& T 2-2 (2OT) Oct. 30, 2008 H T 1-1 (2OT) Nov. 7, 2008 A (MAC SF) L 0-1 Oct. 29, 2009 A L 0-1 # BGSU advanced, 3-2, on PKs ! MAC Ty. Champ. (Muncie, Ind.) & UT advanced, 3-2, on PKs VALPARAISO (3-0-0) Sept. 1, 1998 A Aug. 29, 1999 H Oct. 18, 2002 H WEST VIRGINIA (0-3-0) Oct. 1, 1997 A Sept. 9, 1998 H Aug. 31, 2007 A WESTERN ILLINOIS (1-1-0) Sept. 5, 1998 H Sept. 3, 2006 H

W 2-1 W 5-1 W 3-0 L 0-4 L 0-6 L 0-4 W 3-0 L 0-2

WESTERN MICH. (7-9-1) Oct. 5, 1997 A L 2-4 Oct. 4, 1998 H L 2-4 Oct. 22, 1999 A L 1-4 Oct. 1, 2000 H L 1-2 Nov. 3, 2000 N (MAC SF) # W 2-1 Sept. 30, 2001 A L 0-1 Oct. 25, 2002 H W 7-0 Oct. 10, 2003 A L 0-2 Nov. 9, 2003 A (MAC Ch.) L 1-4 Oct. 24, 2004 H T 2-2 (2OT) Nov. 5, 2004 N (MAC SF) $ W 4-1 Sept. 25, 2005 A L 0-4 Sept. 24, 2006 H W 2-0 Sept. 30, 2007 H W 3-1 Sept. 28, 2008 A W 1-0 Nov. 2, 2008 H (MAC QF) W 2-0 Sept. 27, 2009 A L 2-3 # at Buffalo, N.Y. $ at Athens, Ohio UW-GREEN BAY (2-0-0) Oct. 27, 2000 H Aug. 31, 2001 A

W 3-1 W 2-0

UW-MILWAUKEE (0-1-0) Aug. 27, 2006 A

L 0-3

WRIGHT STATE (3-4-0) Oct. 9, 2001 H Nov. 1, 2002 A Sept. 21, 2003 H Oct. 30, 2004 A Aug. 28, 2005 H Sept. 17, 2006 A Sept. 14, 2007 H XAVIER (2-0-0) Sept. 1, 2006 Sept. 21, 2008

H A

YOUNGSTOWN ST. (5-0-0) Nov. 2, 1997 H Oct. 3, 2001 H Sept. 8, 2006 H Sept. 23, 2007 A Sept. 13, 2009 H

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

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR

ALL-TIME BGSU RECORDS YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

COACH Tom Piccirillo Tom Piccirillo Tom Piccirillo Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards Andy Richards

BGSU Totals

OVERALL

MID-AMERICAN W-L-T 1-6-0 4-5-1 2-6-3 5-5-1 2-9-1 7-4-1 5-5-2 5-5-2 9-2-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 6-3-2 1-7-3

PCT. .143 .450 .318 .500 .208 .625 .500 .500 .818 .636 .545 .636 .227

FINISH 8th of 8 6th of 11 10th of 12 7th of 12 12th of 13 4th of 13 8th of 13 8th of 13 1st of 12 T-3rd of 12 4th of 12 4th of 12 T-11th of 12

117-130-26 .476

60-66-16

.479

1 MAC Regular-Season Title, 2 MAC Tournament Titles

W-L-T 6-12-0 8-11-1 5-11-3 10-10-1 7-10-2 12-8-2 8-12-3 10-12-2 14-7-2 10-10-0 10-9-3 12-6-4 5-12-3

PCT. .333 .425 .342 .500 .421 .591 .413 .458 .652 .500 .523 .636 .325

Nov. 3 Nov. 6

1997

6-12-0 Overall 1-6-0 MAC (8th of 8)

Date Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 3 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 28 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 11 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 2

Opponent at Kent (OT) LOUISVILLE at Dayton at Ohio State ST. FRANCIS (PA) at Indiana NORTHERN ILLINOIS * at Toledo * at Eastern Michigan * at West Virginia at Western Michigan * at Miami * KENT * BUFFALO OHIO * MICHIGAN STATE at Robert Morris YOUNGSTOWN STATE

Result W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-5 L 0-3 W 5-0 L 1-6 L 0-6 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 0-4 L 2-4 L 2-3 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-4 L 1-2 W 3-1 W 7-2

1998

8-11-1 Overall 4-5-1 MAC (6th of 11) Date Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Oct. 27 Oct. 30

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Opponent at Valparaiso WESTERN ILLINOIS # ROBERT MORRIS # WEST VIRGINIA DAYTON (OT) at Toledo * at Eastern Michigan * BUFFALO * KENT * (2-OT) CENTRAL MICHIGAN * WESTERN MICHIGAN * NORTHERN ILLINOIS * at Oakland at Marshall * at Ohio * at Michigan State at Detroit MIAMI * (OT)

Result W 2-1 W 3-0 W 9-2 L 0-6 L 2-3 W 2-1 L 2-5 W 2-1 T 1-1 W 4-3 L 2-4 L 2-4 L 1-7 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 1-5 L 4-6 L 1-2

at Eastern Michigan % vs. Northern Illinois ^ (OT)

W 1-0 L 1-2

# Falcon Classic % MAC Tournament Quarterfinal ^ MAC Tournament Semifinal (Athens, Ohio)

1999

5-11-3 Overall 2-6-3 MAC (10th of 12) Date Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 30

Opponent MICHIGAN STATE (OT) VALPARAISO at Georgia vs. East Carolina $ NIAGARA KENT * at Northern Illinois * BUFFALO * at Ball State * (2-OT) at Miami * at Ohio * (2-OT) at Marshall * (2-OT) EASTERN MICHIGAN * CENTRAL MICHIGAN * DETROIT at Western Michigan * INDIANA OHIO STATE TOLEDO * (OT)

Result W 3-2 W 5-1 L 0-1 L 2-4 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-3 T 2-2 L 1-3 T 0-0 T 3-3 L 2-4 L 1-2 L 0-6 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 0-1 L 1-2

$ at Athens, Ga.

2000

10-10-1 Overall 5-5-1 MAC (7th of 12) Date Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 4

Opponent vs. St. Bonaventure $ vs. Bucknell $ (OT) at Detroit vs. Idaho # at UNLV at Central Michigan * at Toledo * at Eastern Michigan * (2-OT) NORTHERN ILLINOIS * WESTERN MICHIGAN * at Wright State – Ppd., lightning

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Result W 2-0 W 3-2 L 3-6 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 2-4 L 1-2

MAC TOURNAMENT Did not qualify Advanced to Semifinals Did not qualify Advanced to Championship Did not qualify Advanced to Semifinals Advanced to Championship Tournament Champion Tournament Champion Advanced to Quarterfinals Advanced to Championship Advanced to Semifinals Did not qualify

Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 Nov. 5

MIAMI * BALL STATE * MARSHALL * (OT) OHIO * at Buffalo * (2-OT) at Kent State * UW-GREEN BAY MICHIGAN STATE at Eastern Michigan & vs. Western Michigan % vs. Miami ^ (2-OT)

L W W L T L W L W W L

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

$ Kent Classic (Kent, Ohio) # at Las Vegas, Nev. & MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal (Buffalo, N.Y.) ^ MAC Tournament Championship (Buffalo, N.Y.)

2001

7-10-2 Overall 2-9-1 MAC (12th of 13) Date Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 1

Opponent at UW-Green Bay at Michigan State (2-OT) SAMFORD TOLEDO * (2-OT) at Ohio State vs. Iowa State $ BUFFALO * (OT) at Northern Illinois * at Western Michigan * YOUNGSTOWN STATE AKRON * WRIGHT STATE EASTERN MICHIGAN * CENTRAL MICHIGAN * at Marshall * at Ohio * KENT STATE * (OT) at Miami * at Ball State *

Result W 2-0 T 1-1 W 2-0 T 2-2 W 2-0 L 1-4 L 1-2 W 4-2 L 0-1 W 10-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 0-3 L 1-4 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-1 L 0-3 L 0-3

$ at Libertyville, Ill.

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12-8-2 Overall 7-4-1 MAC (4th of 13) Date Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Nov. 1 Nov. 6 Nov. 8

Opponent MICHIGAN STATE DETROIT at Toledo * at Eastern Illinois (2-OT) vs. Pittsburgh $ vs. Missouri $ MIAMI * BALL STATE * at Akron * at Kent State * MARSHALL * OHIO * (OT) at Cincinnati at Central Michigan * at Eastern Michigan * (2-OT) VALPARAISO at Buffalo * (OT) WESTERN MICHIGAN * NORTHERN ILLINOIS * at Wright State BUFFALO % (2-OT) at Miami &

2004 Result L 0-4 W 5-2 W 1-0 T 1-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-3 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 3-0 L 0-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 T 2-2 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 7-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 2-1 L 0-3

$ Ohio State Invitational (Columbus, Ohio) % MAC Tournament Quarterfinal & MAC Tournament Semifinal

2003

8-12-3 Overall 5-5-2 MAC (8th of 13) Date Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 Nov. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. 9

Opponent vs. Arizona State $ at Hawai’i $ EASTERN ILLINOIS EASTERN MICHIGAN * CENTRAL MICH. * (2-OT) CINCINNATI at Detroit AKRON * WRIGHT STATE TOLEDO * (OT) at Ball State * at Miami * at Western Michigan * at Northern Illinois * (OT) at Michigan State BUFFALO * (OT) KENT STATE * (2-OT) at Ohio * at Marshall * (OT) OHIO STATE (2-OT) at Eastern Michigan # vs. Central Michigan %^ (2-OT) at Western Michigan &

Result L 1-5 L 0-4 L 2-4 L 0-1 T 2-2 W 1-0 L 0-3 W 2-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-2 W 4-3 L 2-3 L 2-3 T 0-0 L 1-2 W 4-3 L 2-3 W 2-1 T 0-0 L 1-4

$ No Ka Oi Tournament (Honolulu, Hawai’i) # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal (Kalamazoo, Mich.) ^ BGSU advances, 4-3, on PKs & MAC Tournament Championship

10-12-2 Overall 5-5-2 MAC (8th of 13) MAC TOURN. CHAMPIONS NCAA FIRST ROUND Date Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Nov. 2 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 12

Opponent DUQUESNE ^ PITTSBURGH ^ MICHIGAN STATE at Eastern Illinois at Navy $ vs. Delaware $ OHIO * MARSHALL * (2-OT) at Central Michigan * at Eastern Michigan * at Cleveland State at Akron * MIAMI * BALL STATE * at Kent State * at Buffalo * NORTHERN ILLINOIS * WESTERN MICH. * (2-OT) at Toledo * at Wright State at Kent State # (2-OT) vs. Western Michigan % vs. Central Michigan & at Ohio State !

2005

Result W 7-3 L 0-2 L 0-3 L 0-2 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 0-2 T 1-1 L 0-1 L 2-3 W 5-1 W 3-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 2-4 W 1-0 W 2-1 T 2-2 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 4-1 W 2-0 L 0-2

^ Falcon Classic $ Navy Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal (Athens, Ohio) & MAC Tournament Champ. (Athens, Ohio) ! NCAA Championships First Round

14-7-2 Overall 9-2-0 MAC (1st of 12) MAC REG.-SEASON CHAMPIONS MAC TOURN. CHAMPIONS NCAA FIRST ROUND Date Aug. 26 Aug. 28 Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 11

Opponent OAKLAND WRIGHT STATE at Northern Arizona $ vs. Boise State $ at Michigan State EASTERN ILLINOIS (OT) CLEVELAND STATE at Indiana at Northern Illinois * at Western Michigan * at Ball State * at Miami * OHIO * AKRON * KENT STATE * BUFFALO * at Central Michigan * at Eastern Michigan * at Toledo * TOLEDO #^ (2-OT) MIAMI % KENT STATE &^ (2-OT) vs. Michigan State !

Result L 1-4 L 0-4 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 6-0 L 0-2 W 3-1 L 0-4 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-2 T 0-0 W 2-0 T 0-0 L 0-4

$ Mountain Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal & MAC Tournament Championship ! NCAA Championships First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.)

2006

10-10-0 Overall 7-4-0 MAC (T-3rd of 12) Date Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 26 Oct. 29

Co-captains Kasey Freeman and Carrie Richards helped the upstart Falcons, the MAC Tournament’s eighth seed, all the way to the championship match in 2003.

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Opponent at Marquette $ at UW-Milwaukee $ XAVIER (2-OT) WESTERN ILLINOIS YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Eastern Illinois MICHIGAN STATE at Wright State NORTHERN ILLINOIS * WESTERN MICHIGAN * BALL STATE * MIAMI * at Ohio * at Akron * at Kent State * (OT) vs. Buffalo *% CENTRAL MICHIGAN * EASTERN MICHIGAN * TOLEDO * (2-OT) TOLEDO #

Result L 0-3 L 0-3 W 1-0 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 0-3 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 1-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-3

$ Milwaukee Cup (Milwaukee, Wis.) % at Kent, Ohio # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

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FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR 2007

10-9-3 Overall 6-5-0 MAC (4th of 12) Date Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 Nov. 11

Opponent at West Virginia EASTERN ILLINOIS at Kentucky at Murray State WRIGHT STATE (OT) at Purdue at Michigan State (2-OT) at Youngstown State NORTHERN ILLINOIS * WESTERN MICHIGAN * CENTRAL MICH. * (2-OT) EASTERN MICHIGAN * at Kent State * at Buffalo * at Ball State * (2-OT) at Miami * (2-OT) OHIO * (2-OT) AKRON * at Toledo * EASTERN MICH. # (OT) at Ball State % (2-OT) vs. Toledo & (2-OT)

# MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal & MAC Tournament Championship (Muncie, Ind.)

2008 Result L 0-4 W 2-1 L 0-4 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 0-4 T 1-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 3-0 L 0-1 L 2-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 T 0-0 T 2-2

12-6-4 Overall 6-3-2 MAC (4th of 12) Date Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 30 Nov. 2 Nov. 7

Opponent at Cincinnati at Oakland (2-OT) MICHIGAN STATE at IPFW at Ohio State (2-OT) TENNESSEE TECH MARSHALL DETROIT at Xavier at Northern Illinois * at Western Michigan * at Ohio * (2-OT) at Akron * BALL STATE * (2-OT) MIAMI * at Central Michigan * at Eastern Michigan * KENT STATE * BUFFALO * TOLEDO * (2-OT) WESTERN MICHIGAN # at Toledo %

2009 Result L 1-3 T 0-0 L 0-3 W 4-0 T 1-1 W 7-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 T 0-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 4-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 3-0 T 1-1 W 2-0 L 0-1

# MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal & MAC Tournament Championship (Muncie, Ind.)

5-12-3 Overall 1-7-3 MAC (T-11th of 12) Date Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Aug. 30 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 13 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 29

Opponent at Ohio State INDIANA STATE at Michigan State at Detroit IPFW ST. BONAVENTURE YOUNGSTOWN STATE at UC Riverside $ vs. UC Irvine $ at Northern Illinois * (2-OT) at Western Michigan * at Ball State * at Miami * OHIO * (2-OT) AKRON * KENT STATE * (2-OT) BUFFALO * at Central Michigan * at Eastern Michigan * at Toledo *

Result L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-4 W 4-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 T 1-1 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 1-4 T 1-1 L 1-2 T 0-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-1

$ UCR Tournament (Riverside, Calif.) For all seasons: * Mid-American Conference match Home contests in CAPS

The 2008 senior class of (above - clockwise from left) Gina Rossi, Corbie Yee, Kristin McDonald, Brianne Eisenhard, Susan Hunter and Christy Zabek helped the Falcons win a total of 46 games, a school record for a four-year span. BGSU earned a top-four regular-season finish and hosted a MAC Tournament quarterfinal match in each of those four years. Rossi, a fifth-year senior in ‘08, actually was on the roster for no fewer than 56 victories. Eisenhard and Hunter (inset photo) were the co-captains of the 2008 team.

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1997 STATISTICS & RESULTS (6-12-0, 1-6-0 MAC) Player

MP/MS

Shots

SOG

G

A

Pts.

MWG

Kerry McKee

18/14

37

18

4

5

13

3

Krista Shamblin

18/12

36

14

6

0

12

1

Stephanie Heller

16/13

19

9

4

2

10

0

Paige Suhay

17/15

22

10

3

4

10

0

Janice Mentrup

18/18

37

9

2

6

10

1

Stefanie Sizemore

18/17

33

12

1

7

9

0

13/5

9

6

2

4

8

0

18/18

49

12

1

5

7

1

Michelle Lisy Emily Graham Jamie Eshleman Autumn Harris

18/6

18

8

2

1

5

0

14/14

14

4

1

1

3

0

Rachel Short

9/0

5

2

1

0

2

0

Ashley Enser

18/18

5

4

1

0

2

0

Christa Garver

9/0

3

2

0

1

1

0

Emily McCracken

13/0

8

3

0

1

1

0

Rachel Clark

16/8

7

3

0

1

1

0

Mackenzie Williams

16/10

7

2

0

0

0

0

Kit Gazley

0

14/11

0

0

0

0

0

Liz Robarge

12/6

0

0

0

0

0

0

Lynette Lasanen

11/7

0

0

0

0

0

0

Laura Harvey

11/6

0

0

0

0

0

0

Michelle Dorman

5/0

4

1

0

0

0

0

Kelly Thompson

5/0

4

1

0

0

0

0

BGSU

18

317

120

28

38

94

6

Opponents

18

375

176

46

33

125

12

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)

Min.

Svs

Kit Gazley (14/11)

994:26

76

24

2.29

3

Lynette Lasanen (11/7)

629:41

49

18

2.57

3

0-5-0

Michelle Lisy (3/0)

52:36

5

4

6.84

0

0-0-0

BGSU

1626:43

130

46

2.55

3

6-12-0

Opponents

1626:43

92

28

1.55

7

12-6-0

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 3 (Shamblin, Short, Suhay 1); Opp. 8 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 86, Opp. 95 • Fouls: BG 201, Opp. 265 • Offsides: BG 27, Opp. 40 • PK’s: BG 2/2 (Enser 1/1, Shamblin 1/1), Opp. 0/0 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 17 10 1 – Opp. 18 28 0 – Attendance Home Matches (8) Away Matches (10) All Matches (18)

Total 1,273 4,214 5,487

Total Avg. 28 1.65 46 2.56

Avg. 159.1 421.4 304.8

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS - matches started; SOG - shots on goal; MWG - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards

GA GAA SHO Record 6-7-0

Lasanen and Gazley combined for three shutouts

Date Opponent (Attend.) Result Aug. 29 at Kent (300) (OT) W 1-0 Aug. 31 LOUISVILLE (253) L 0-1 Sept. 3 at Dayton (250) L 0-5 Sept. 6 at Ohio State (250) L 0-3 Sept. 7 ST. FRANCIS (PA) (152) W 5-0 Sept. 12 at Indiana (394) L 1-6 Sept. 14 NORTHERN ILL. * (150) L 0-6 Sept. 20 at Toledo * (2,385) L 2-3 Sept. 28 at Eastern Michigan * (187) L 0-1 Oct. 1 at West Virginia (103) L 0-4 Oct. 5 at Western Michigan * (131) L 2-4 Oct. 11 at Miami * (106) L 2-3 Oct. 17 KENT * (268) W 2-0 Oct. 24 BUFFALO (50) W 2-1 Oct. 26 OHIO * (126) L 0-4 Oct. 29 MICHIGAN STATE (121) L 1-2 Oct. 31 at Robert Morris (108) W 3-1 Nov. 2 YOUNGSTOWN ST. (153) W 7-2 * Mid-American Conference match

BGSU Scoring McKee (Graham, Mentrup) – – – Mentrup (–); Heller (Clark, Graham); Suhay (–); Eshleman (Mentrup); Lisy (–) Shamblin (–) – Heller (Harris); Enser (PK) – – Harris (Mentrup, Sizemore); Heller (McKee) Suhay (Lisy, Garver); Shamblin (McKee, Heller) McKee (Suhay); Eshleman (Lisy, Mentrup) Lisy (Sizemore, Graham); Graham (Sizemore, Heller) – Mentrup (Sizemore, Lisy) Shamblin (Eshleman, Mentrup); Shamblin (PK); Shamblin (Sizemore, Graham) Sizemore (McKee); McKee (Sizemore, Lisy); McKee (Sizemore, Suhay); Suhay (Mentrup, McCracken); Short (Suhay); Shamblin (Graham, McKee); Heller (McKee, Suhay)

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1998 STATISTICS & RESULTS (8-11-1, 4-5-1 MAC) Player Tracy Gleixner Krista Shamblin Beth Wechsler Michelle Lisy Cari Combs Stephanie Heller Janice Mentrup Autumn Harris Michelle Hoyng Leah Rosner Desiree Erb Erin Incorvaia Ashley Enser Mandy Smith Mackenzie Williams Annmarie Aparo Leslie Buse Jamie Eshleman Emily McCracken Kristy Wolter Meredith Davis Sarah Gawel Leslie Hepfinger Sarah Marchant Liz Robarge BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Mandy Smith (1/0) Michelle Lisy (9/8) Sarah Marchant (7/3) Sarah Gawel (12/9) BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 19/18 18/4 20/20 20/20 18/18 20/20 20/20 20/17 20/19 14/2 20/4 15/0 20/20 14/1 11/2 3/0 6/1 6/3 8/2 3/0 13/1 12/9 19/16 7/3 3/0 20 20 Min. 0:28 759:15 334:32 785:32 1879:47 1879:47

Shots 49 34 31 18 24 29 49 17 16 6 23 5 7 12 4 1 1 3 6 1 0 0 4 0 1 341 302 Svs 0 50 15 56 121 134

SOG 27 13 7 9 10 14 17 10 9 3 14 3 4 5 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 176* 176

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A 5 4 6 3 6 3 5 1 7 2 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 53 47

Pts. 29 12 12 11 10 9 9 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 137 157

MWG 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 11

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 7 (Enser 2; Davis, Erb, Eshleman, Lisy, Mentrup 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 2 • CK: BG 86, Opp. 109 • Fouls: BG 156, Opp. 256 • Offsides: BG 16, Opp. 37 • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Enser 1/1), Opp. 1/1 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 17 25 0 0 Opp. 17 35 2 1 Attendance Home Matches (10) Away Matches (9) Neutral Matches (1) All Matches (20)

Total 2,141 1,627 200 3,968

Total Avg. 42 2.10 55 2.75

Avg. 214.1 180.8 200.0 198.4

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS - matches started; SOG - shots on goal; MWG - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards Gawel and Marchant combined for one shutout * Individual SOG totals do not include the Valparaiso match or the second NIU match

GA GAA SHO Record 0 0.00 0 0-0-0 16 1.90 2 2-4-1 11 2.96 0 3-1-0 28 3.21 0 3-6-0 55 2.63 3 8-11-1 42 2.01 2 11-8-1

Date Opponent (Attend.) Result Sept. 1 at Valparaiso (75) W 2-1 Sept. 5 WESTERN ILLINOIS # (124) W 3-0 Sept. 6 ROBERT MORRIS # (176) W 9-2 Sept. 9 WEST VIRGINIA (154) L 0-6 Sept. 13 DAYTON (243)(OT) L 2-3 Sept. 17 at Toledo * (154) W 2-1 Sept. 20 at Eastern Michigan * (257) L 2-5 Sept. 25 BUFFALO * (182) W 2-1 Sept. 27 KENT * (337)(2-OT) T 1-1 Oct. 1 CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (121) W 4-3 Oct. 4 WESTERN MICHIGAN * (373) L 2-4 Oct. 9 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (117) L 2-4 Oct. 12 at Oakland (78) L 1-7 Oct. 16 at Marshall * (121) W 2-0 Oct. 18 at Ohio * (317) L 0-2 Oct. 21 at Michigan State (321) L 1-5 Oct. 27 at Detroit (150) L 4-6 Oct. 30 MIAMI * (314) (OT) L 1-2 Nov. 3 at Eastern Michigan % (154) W 1-0 Nov. 6 vs. Northern Illinois ^ (200)(OT) L 1-2 * Mid-American Conference match % MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

G 12 4 3 4 2 3 2 3 0 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 55

BGSU Scoring Lisy (–); Williams (Mentrup) Wechsler (Heller, Lisy); Harris (–); Combs (–) Gleixner (Hoyng); Erb (Gleixner, Enser); Shamblin (Erb, Heller); Gleixner (–); Shamblin (Smith, Rosner); Aparo (Mentrup, McCracken); Incorvaia (Buse); Harris (Smith); Incorvaia (Wolter, Rosner) – Gleixner (Combs); Heller (Combs, Hoyng) Wechsler (Hoyng); Erb (Shamblin) Lisy (Gleixner, Combs); Shamblin (Combs) Heller (Lisy, Combs); Gleixner (Heller, Shamblin) Shamblin (–) Lisy (Hoyng, Gleixner); Enser (PK); Lisy (Wechsler); Gleixner (–) Gleixner (Mentrup); Mentrup (Wechsler, Shamblin) Wechsler (Gleixner, Mentrup); Gleixner (Wechsler, Smith) Rosner (Eshleman, Williams) Gleixner (Wechsler); Mentrup (Shamblin, Gleixner) – Heller (–) Gleixner (Hoyng, Wechsler); Gleixner (Mentrup, Enser); Gleixner (–); Harris (Lisy, Hoyng) Gleixner (Combs, Wechsler) Combs (Harris) Rosner (Hoyng)

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1999 STATISTICS & RESULTS (5-11-3, 2-6-3 MAC) Player

MP/MS

Shots

SOG

G

A

Pts.

MWG

Jill Conover

19/19

41

23

6

8

20

1

Michelle Lisy

19/17

50

15

8

3

19

2

Desiree Erb

18/12

18

12

3

3

9

0

Autumn Harris

19/16

25

8

3

2

8

0

Janice Mentrup

19/19

43

20

1

5

7

1

19/5

18

3

2

2

6

0

Mandy Smith Susan Wallace

19/7

12

4

2

1

5

0

Beth Wechsler

19/18

21

6

0

5

5

0

Ashley Enser

19/19

8

4

1

2

4

0

Stephanie Heller

19/18

18

5

1

2

4

0

Melissa Galitz

14/8

9

1

0

3

3

0

Jamie Eshleman

17/2

5

2

1

0

2

1

Leslie Hepfinger

19/18

11

5

0

2

2

0

Annmarie Aparo

15/6

4

2

0

1

1

0

Leslie Buse

11/2

2

1

0

1

1

0

Erika Flanders

17/17

0

0

0

0

0

0

Meredith Davis

12/2

3

1

0

0

0

0

Erin Incorvaia

6/1

2

0

0

0

0

0

Amy McIlwain

10/1

4

1

0

0

0

0

Sarah Gawel

4/2

0

0

0

0

0

0

Sara Carrasquillo

2/0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Leah Rosner

2/0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Heidi Williams

2/0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Kelly Archiable

1/0

0

0

0

0

0

0

BGSU

19

295

134 *

28

40

96

5

Opponents

19

325

154

43

39

125

11

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)

Min.

Svs

Beth Wechsler (1/0)

3:34

1

0

0.00

0

Sarah Gawel (4/2)

276:05

19

6

1.96

1

0-0-1

Erika Flanders (17/17)

1517:36

91

35

2.08

2

5-11-1

20:12

0

2

8.91

0

0-0-0

1817:27

111

43

2.13

3

5-11-3

Opponent Totals

1817:27

106

28

1.39

6

11-5-3

* Mid-American Conference match

Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 11 16 1 0 Opp. 18 24 1 0 Attendance Home Matches (11) Away Matches (7) Neutral Matches (1) All Matches (19)

Total 1,759 2,628 85 4,472

Total Avg. 28 1.47 43 2.26

Avg. 159.9 375.4 85.0 235.3

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS - matches started; SOG - shots on goal; MWG - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards * individual statistics do not include shots on goal from Georgia, East Carolina, Ohio and Marshall matches; team offsides totals do not include Georgia and East Carolina matches

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Opponent (Attend.) MICHIGAN STATE (174) (OT) VALPARAISO (203) at Georgia (1,142) vs. East Carolina (85) $ NIAGARA (116) KENT * (106) at Northern Illinois * (205) BUFFALO * (133) at Ball State * (282) (2-OT) at Miami * (287) at Ohio * (382) (2-OT) at Marshall * (252) (2-OT) EASTERN MICHIGAN * (187) CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (163) DETROIT (63) at Western Michigan * (78) INDIANA (213) OHIO STATE (177) TOLEDO * (244) (OT)

YC: BG 8 (Conover, Erb, Galitz, Hepfinger, Lisy, Smith, Wallace, Wechsler 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 2 • CK: BG 101, Opp. 80 • Fouls: BG 201, Opp. 242 • Offsides: BG 33, Opp. 83 • PK’s: BG 1/2 (Enser 1/1, Lisy 0/1), Opp. 0/0

GA GAA SHO Record

Michelle Lisy (1/0)

Date Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 30

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

Result W 3-2 W 5-1 L 0-1 L 2-4 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-3 T 2-2 L 1-3 T 0-0 T 3-3 L 2-4 L 1-2 L 0-6 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 0-1 L 1-2

BGSU Scoring Erb (Wechsler); Erb (Lisy, Conover); Lisy (Conover, Wechsler) Harris (Wechsler); Conover (Galitz, Erb); Wallace (Erb); Lisy (Wallace, Conover); Wallace (Conover) – Smith (Conover, Wechsler); Conover (–) Lisy (Heller); Harris (Heller) Eshleman (Galitz, Conover); Conover (Smith, Harris) Conover (Lisy, Hepfinger); Conover (Mentrup); Mentrup (Erb) – Conover (Mentrup); Harris (Mentrup) Lisy (Enser, Hepfinger) – Heller (Harris, Wechsler); Lisy (Galitz, Conover); Lisy (Enser, Smith) Lisy (Conover, Buse); Enser (PK) Lisy (Aparo) – Smith (Mentrup) – – Erb (Mentrup, Lisy)

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2000 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-10-1, 5-5-1 MAC) Player Jill Conover Tracy Gleixner Ashley Enser Janice Mentrup Michelle Lisy Stephanie Heller Leslie Hepfinger Beth Wechsler Susan Wallace Jamie Eshleman Mandy Smith Meredith Davis Sara Leary Erika Flanders Lindsay Enser Kasey Freeman Autumn Harris Annmarie Aparo Leslie Buse Adrienne Graessle Ashley Beel Heidi Williams Amy McIlwain BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Erika Flanders (20/20) Ashley Beel (3/1) BGSU Opponents

Date Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 Nov. 5

MP/MS 20/19 19/5 19/19 21/21 20/16 19/16 21/21 20/20 16/3 20/6 21/21 15/7 15/5 20/20 19/17 11/6 9/7 4/0 5/1 5/0 3/1 2/0 1/0 21 21 Min. 1834:23 134:24 1968:47 1968:47

Svs 118 6 125 * 139

SOG 18 12 9 14 6 12 6 10 3 5 7 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 171 ^ 159

G 6 5 3 2 4 2 2 2 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 34

A 9 3 5 7 2 2 2 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 23

Pts. 21 13 11 11 10 6 6 6 6 5 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 102 91

MWG 3 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 9 (Conover, A. Enser, Smith 2; Davis, Hepfinger, Wechsler 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 104, Opp. 108 • Fouls: BG 308, Opp. 283 & • Offsides: BG 38, Opp. 36 • PK’s: BG 2/3 (Wechsler 2/2, A. Enser 0/1), Opp. 2/3 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 13 16 2 1 Opp. 13 20 0 1 Attendance Home Matches (8) Away Matches (8) Neutral Matches (5) All Matches (21)

Total 1,565 1,699 543 3,807

Total Avg. 32 1.52 34 1.61

Avg. 195.6 212.4 108.6 181.3

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS - matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards & foul totals do not include the CMU match * BGSU save totals include one ball cleared off the goal line by Hepfinger vs. Ball State ^ Indiv. SOG totals do not include eight matches

GA GAA SHO Record 28 1.37 4 10-9-1 6 4.02 0 0-1-0 34 1.55 4 10-10-1 32 1.46 4 10-10-1

Opponent (Attend.) Result vs. St. Bonaventure $ (70) W 2-0 vs. Bucknell $ (210) (OT) W 3-2 at Detroit (100) L 3-6 vs. Idaho # (100) L 0-2 at UNLV (361) L 1-2 at Central Michigan * (100) W 3-1 at Toledo * (100) W 2-1 at Eastern Mich. * (190)(2-OT) W 1-0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (173) L 2-4 WESTERN MICHIGAN * (317) L 1-2 at Wright State – Postponed, lightning MIAMI * (103) L 1-4 BALL STATE * (174) W 3-0 MARSHALL * (124) (OT) W 1-0 OHIO * (158) L 0-1 at Buffalo * (135) (2-OT) T 1-1 at Kent State * (495) L 1-3 UW-GREEN BAY (193) W 3-1 MICHIGAN STATE (323) L 0-1 at Eastern Michigan & (218) W 2-1 vs. Western Michigan % (80) W 2-1 vs. Miami ^ (83) (2-OT) L 0-1

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Shots 47 25 21 47 23 30 23 23 11 11 34 0 3 0 6 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 314 296

BGSU Scoring Hepfinger (–); Wallace (–) Conover (Lisy); Lisy (A. Enser); Wallace (Conover, Davis) A. Enser (Mentrup, Smith); Conover (Mentrup, A. Enser); Gleixner (Wechsler, Leary) – Gleixner (–) Conover (–); Mentrup (Conover); Gleixner (Conover, A. Enser) Wechsler (PK); Heller (Conover) Gleixner (Conover, Mentrup) Wechsler (PK); Lisy (Eshleman) Smith (–) A. Enser (Hepfinger) Hepfinger (–); Mentrup (A. Enser, Gleixner); Heller (Hepfinger, Mentrup) Conover (Smith, Wechsler) – Lisy (Mentrup) Eshleman (Heller, Conover) Eshleman (Conover, A. Enser); Conover (Gleixner, Mentrup); Lisy (Conover, Heller) – A. Enser (Gleixner, Conover); Conover (–) Gleixner (Mentrup, Smith); Wallace (Lisy) –

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MP/MS 19/18 19/19 16/12 19/19 19/19 10/0 19/19 19/14 14/7 10/2 18/14 2/0 14/4 19/19 13/5 10/8 16/4 9/3 1/0 2/0 9/4 19/19 4/0 19 19 Min. 87:27 1692:05 1779:32 1779:32

Shots 38 18 30 21 34 6 15 11 14 2 3 0 8 4 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 213 315 Svs 3 127 130 73

SOG 22 10 17 11 10 4 7 5 4 1 2 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 101 153

G 12 4 3 3 3 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 34

A 2 6 6 3 1 0 2 6 2 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 36

Pts. 26 14 12 9 7 6 6 6 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 104

MWG 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 10

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 5 (Coppes, Flanders, Freeman, Hepfinger, Smith 1); Opp. 9 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 80, Opp. 95 • Fouls: BG 236, Opp. 277 • Offsides: BG 35, Opp. 35 • PK’s: BG 2/2 (Wechsler 2/2), Opp. 3/3 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 15 17 0 0 Opp. 16 16 2 0 Attendance Home Matches (9) Away Matches (9) Neutral Matches (1) All Matches (19)

Total 1,381 2,035 50 3,466

Total Avg. 32 1.68 34 1.79

Avg. 153.4 226.1 50.0 182.4

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS - matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards

GA GAA SHO Record 1 1.03 0 0-0-0 33 1.76 4 7-10-2 34 1.72 4 7-10-2 32 1.62 6 10-7-2

Date Opponent (Attend.) Result BGSU Scoring Aug. 31 at UW-Green Bay (100) W 2-0 Coppes (Wechsler); Sadler (–) Sept. 2 at Michigan State (415) (2-OT) T 1-1 Conover (Pucillo) Sept. 7 SAMFORD (146) W 2-0 Conover (Rieman); Coppes (Conover, Aparo) Sept. 9 TOLEDO * (243) (2-OT) T 2-2 Coppes (Smith, Wechsler); Wechsler (PK) Sept. 18 at Ohio State (330) W 2-0 Gleixner (Conover); Coppes (Wechsler, Piening) Sept. 21 vs. Iowa State $ (50) L 1-4 Coppes (Wallace) Sept. 23 BUFFALO * (176) (OT) L 1-2 Wechsler (–) Sept. 28 at Northern Illinois * (101) W 4-2 Smith (Rieman); Rieman (Freeman); Rieman (–); Aparo (Conover) Sept. 30 at Western Michigan * (156) L 0-1 – Oct. 3 YOUNGSTOWN STATE (96) W 10-1 Coppes (Pucillo); Smith (Conover, Piening); Coppes (Piening); Piening (Conover); Conover (–); Conover (Pucillo); Piening (Coppes, Pucillo); Gleixner (Richards); Gleixner (Richards); Coppes (Conover, Berlovan) Oct. 5 AKRON * (108) W 3-0 Piening (Aparo); Coppes (Piening, Pucillo); Coppes (Piening, Christensen) Oct. 9 WRIGHT STATE (104) W 2-1 Smith (Pucillo, Coppes); Wechsler (PK) Oct. 12 EASTERN MICHIGAN * (167) L 0-3 – Oct. 14 CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (174) L 1-4 Coppes (Berlovan) Oct. 19 at Marshall * (237) L 1-3 Coppes (Piening) Oct. 21 at Ohio * (228) L 0-3 – Oct. 26 KENT STATE * (167) (OT) L 0-1 – Oct. 28 at Miami * (257) L 0-3 – Nov. 1 at Ball State * (211) L 0-3 – * Mid-American Conference match

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2002 STATISTICS & RESULTS (12-8-2, 7-4-1 MAC) Player Kristy Coppes Julie Trundle Samantha Meister Jill Conover Britt Anderson Keeley Dayton Leslie Dawley Leah Eggleton Carrie Richards Susan Wallace Nikki Pucillo Katie Piening Ashley Wentzel Natalie Sampiller Beth Rieman Jenny Berlovan Erika Flanders Kasey Freeman Megan Rapp Molly Bremen Tracy Gleixner BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Erika Flanders (22/22) BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 22/18 22/22 15/8 22/3 19/12 20/5 18/6 17/15 22/7 18/8 22/15 20/0 19/3 20/17 21/21 22/19 22/22 22/22 19/12 16/7 3/0 22 22

Shots 43 21 29 10 25 12 15 20 8 7 17 13 6 7 18 2 0 9 6 1 1 270 345

Min. 2040:18 2040:18 2040:18

SOG 20 11 13 6 10 8 6 6 4 3 5 5 1 3 7 0 0 5 4 0 0 125 166

Svs 137 138 * 87

G 12 5 6 4 4 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 28

A 2 8 5 2 1 2 6 3 2 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 43 21

Pts. 26 18 17 10 9 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 119 77

MWG MWA 4 1 2 2 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 15 8

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 13 (Freeman, Team/Bench 3; Eggleton 2; Coppes, Meister, Piening, Sampiller, Wentzel 1); Opp. 7 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 98, Opp. 77 • Fouls: BG 327, Opp. 283 • Offsides: BG 33, Opp. 26 • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Trundle 1/1), Opp. 1/2 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 12 24 1 1 Opp. 11 16 1 0 Attendance Home Matches (10) Away Matches (10) Neutral Matches (2) All Matches (22)

Total 2,439 2,996 298 5,733

Total Avg. 38 1.73 28 1.27

Avg. 243.9 299.6 149.0 260.6

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards * BGSU save totals include one ‘team’ save (ball blocked on goal line by a defender)

GA GAA SHO Record 28 1.24 7 12-8-2 28 1.24 7 12-8-2 38 1.68 6 8-12-2

Date Opponent (Attend.) Result BGSU Scoring Sept. 1 MICHIGAN STATE (288) L 0-4 – Sept. 4 DETROIT (168) W 5-2 Eggleton (Wentzel); Coppes (Wallace, Flanders); Coppes (Wallace, Berlovan); Coppes (Meister, Eggleton); Wallace (–) Sept. 6 at Toledo * (647) W 1-0 Trundle (Richards, Eggleton) Sept. 8 at Eastern Illinois (76) (2-OT) T 1-1 Coppes (Pucillo) Sept. 13 vs. Pittsburgh $ (198) W 1-0 Conover (Dawley) Sept. 15 vs. Missouri $ (100) L 0-1 – Sept. 20 MIAMI * (232) L 0-3 – Sept. 22 BALL STATE * (229) L 1-2 Coppes (Trundle, Eggleton) Sept. 27 at Akron * (132) W 2-1 Trundle (Conover); Conover (Dawley, Anderson) Sept. 29 at Kent State * (190) W 1-0 Anderson (Richards) Oct. 4 MARSHALL * (122) W 3-0 Coppes (Sampiller); Coppes (Meister); Conover (–) Oct. 6 OHIO * (268) (OT) L 0-1 – Oct. 8 at Cincinnati (607) L 0-2 – Oct. 11 at Central Michigan * (128) W 2-0 Coppes (Meister); Meister (Piening) Oct. 13 at Eastern Mich. * (103) (2-OT) T 2-2 Meister (Dawley); Trundle (Wentzel) Oct. 18 VALPARAISO (143) W 3-0 Anderson (Trundle); Piening (Dayton, Trundle); Meister (Dawley) Oct. 20 at Buffalo * (112) (OT) W 2-1 Anderson (Trundle); Meister (Dawley, Coppes) Oct. 25 WESTERN MICHIGAN * (131) W 7-0 Pucillo (Dawley); Meister (Trundle); Anderson (Trundle); Richards (Dayton); Conover (Coppes); Coppes (Wentzel); Coppes (Conover) Oct. 27 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (158) L 2-3 Trundle (Sampiller); Dayton (Trundle) Nov. 1 at Wright State (327) W 3-1 Dayton (Meister); Coppes (Trundle); Meister (Rieman) Nov. 6 BUFFALO % (700) (2-OT) W 2-1 Coppes (Meister); Trundle (PK) Nov. 8 at Miami & (674) L 0-3 – * Mid-American Conference match $ Ohio State Invitational (Columbus, Ohio)

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2003 STATISTICS & RESULTS (8-12-3, 5-5-2 MAC) Player Samantha Meister Kristy Coppes Julie Trundle Britt Anderson Leah Eggleton Katie Piening Ashley Wentzel Carrie Richards Megan Rapp Keeley Dayton Lindsay Carter Beth Rieman Nikki Pucillo Jenny Berlovan Molly Bremen Natalie Sampiller Kasey Freeman Karen Brown Kylene Newell Jenny Matson Jenifer Kernahan Ali Shingler Allie Failor BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Allie Failor (1/0) Jenifer Kernahan (7/2) Ali Shingler (22/21) BGSU Opponents

Date Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 Nov. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. 9

MP/MS 23/23 23/19 21/19 23/18 17/14 22/2 23/17 21/6 17/5 23/22 21/1 23/23 18/9 19/5 22/6 21/18 23/23 7/0 2/0 1/0 7/2 22/21 1/0 23 23

Shots 50 33 28 37 30 19 13 5 4 8 10 18 6 2 6 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 277 372

Min. 10:25 261:54 1897:13 2169:32 2169:32

SOG 28 20 11 19 16 7 7 3 4 3 6 4 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 139 188

Svs 0 24 111 141 105

Opponent (Attend.) vs. Arizona State $ (65) at Hawai’i $ (634) EASTERN ILLINOIS (126) EASTERN MICHIGAN * (211) CENT. MICH. * (307) (2-OT) CINCINNATI (181) at Detroit (118) AKRON * (177) WRIGHT STATE (236) TOLEDO * (261) (OT) at Ball State * (103) at Miami * (383) at Western Michigan * (127) at Northern Illinois * (235) (OT) at Michigan State (203) BUFFALO * (179) (OT) KENT STATE * (277) (2-OT) at Ohio * (227) at Marshall * (200) (OT) OHIO STATE (207) (2-OT) at Eastern Michigan # (107) vs. Cent. Mich. % (259) (2-OT) at Western Michigan & (339)

G 10 10 3 3 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 47

A 6 1 7 3 4 3 5 1 2 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 42

Pts. 26 21 13 9 8 7 7 5 4 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 112 136

MWG MWA 3 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 10 12

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 14 (Dayton, Freeman, Meister, Piening 2; Berlovan, Bremen, Carter, Eggleton, Pucillo, Team/ Bench 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 100, Opp. 136 • Fouls: BG 302, Opp. 327 • Offsides: BG 33, Opp. 36 • PK’s: BG 0/0, Opp. 1/1 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 9 23 2 0 Opp. 21 23 0 1 Attendance Home Matches (10) Away Matches (11) Neutral Matches (2) All Matches (23)

Total 2,162 2,676 324 5,162

Total Avg. 34 1.48 47 2.04

Avg. 216.2 243.3 162.0 224.4

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards * Kernahan and Shingler combined on one shutout

GA GAA SHO Record 0 0.00 0 0-0-0 4 1.37 0 1-1-0 43 2.04 4 7-11-3 47 1.95 5 * 8-12-3 34 1.41 7 12-8-3

Result L 1-5 L 0-4 L 2-4 L 0-1 T 2-2 W 1-0 L 0-3 W 2-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-2 W 4-3 L 2-3 L 2-3 T 0-0 L 1-2 W 4-3 L 2-3 W 2-1 T 0-0 L 1-4

BGSU Scoring Coppes (Wentzel) – Piening (Coppes); Richards (Rapp) – Richards (Rieman, Eggleton); Meister (Pucillo, Richards) Coppes (Pucillo) – Meister (Carter); Wentzel (Trundle, Dayton) Coppes (Meister); Anderson (Trundle, Eggleton); Coppes (Berlovan) – Coppes (–); Meister (Wentzel, Dayton) Coppes (Anderson, Piening); Coppes (Piening, Carter); Trundle (–) – Meister (Rapp); Meister (Carter); Meister (Trundle); Meister (Trundle) Anderson (Meister, Rieman); Coppes (Meister, Anderson) Trundle (Meister, Wentzel); Anderson (Trundle) – Coppes (–) Piening (Wentzel); Trundle (Wentzel); Rapp (–); Meister (Anderson, Eggleton) Meister (Trundle); Eggleton (Meister, Piening) Eggleton (Meister, Dayton); Meister (Trundle) – Coppes (Eggleton, Dayton)

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2004 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-12-2, 5-5-2 MAC) Player Kristy Coppes Britt Anderson Molly Bremen Julie Trundle Gina Rossi Leah Eggleton Samantha Meister Tiernay Tilford Ashley Wentzel Lindsay Carter Nikki Pucillo Katie Piening Beth Rieman Keeley Dayton Natalie Sampiller Danielle Cygan Megan Rapp Janie Babich Denise Cygan Kylene Newell Rachael Ross Jenny Berlovan Samantha Martinez Jenifer Kernahan Ali Shingler BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Ali Shingler (21/21) Jenifer Kernahan (4/1) Samantha Martinez (2/2) BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 23/22 22/8 24/16 24/23 20/8 20/15 19/16 18/6 22/14 23/19 24/17 17/0 23/16 21/17 24/23 12/5 11/1 22/8 2/0 2/1 5/0 16/5 2/2 4/1 21/21 24 24

Shots 74 48 13 30 21 23 55 18 16 6 14 7 12 9 8 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 361 320

Min. 1858:03 225:49 135:00 2218:52 2218:52

SOG 40 22 7 15 8 10 19 10 6 4 8 5 3 2 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 166 166

Svs 111 15 7 137 139

G 18 4 2 1 3 0 4 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 37

A 2 6 6 8 3 9 0 4 5 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 31

Pts. 38 14 10 10 9 9 8 8 7 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 132 105

MWG MWA 6 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 12 12

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 14 (Team/Bench 3; Bremen, Carter, Meister, Trundle 2; Martinez, Rossi, Sampiller, Shingler, Tilford, Wentzel 1); Opp. 20 • RC: BG 1 (Anderson 1), Opp. 1 • CK: BG 156, Opp. 76 • Fouls: BG 296, Opp. 347 • Offsides: BG 49, Opp. 46 • PK’s: BG 0/1 (Trundle 0/1), Opp. 0/0 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 18 21 0 1 Opp. 15 22 0 0 Attendance Home Matches (9) Away Matches (12) Neutral Matches (3) All Matches (23)

Total 1,880 3,093 532 5,505

Total Avg. 40 1.67 37 1.54

Avg. 208.9 257.8 177.3 250.2

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards

GA GAA SHO Record 30 1.45 5 8-11-2 4 1.59 0 0-1-0 3 2.00 0 2-0-0 37 1.50 5 10-12-2 40 1.62 8 12-10-2

Date Opponent (Attend.) Result BGSU Scoring Aug. 27 DUQUESNE ^ (103) W 7-3 Coppes (Anderson); Coppes (Anderson); Meister (–); Coppes (Tilford); Coppes (Anderson, Dayton); Coppes (Tilford); Coppes (Bremen) Aug. 29 PITTSBURGH ^ (127) L 0-2 – Sept. 3 MICHIGAN STATE (161) L 0-3 – Sept. 5 at Eastern Illinois (125) L 0-2 – Sept. 10 at Navy $ (486) L 1-3 Tilford (Pucillo) Sept. 12 vs. Delaware $ (189) L 0-2 – Sept. 17 OHIO * (217) L 0-2 – Sept. 19 MARSHALL * (231) (2-OT) T 1-1 Coppes (Trundle, Rossi) Sept. 24 at Central Michigan * (130) L 0-1 – Sept. 26 at Eastern Michigan * (236) L 2-3 Bremen (Tilford, Eggleton); Meister (Tilford, Eggleton) Oct. 1 at Cleveland State (213) W 5-1 Coppes (Bremen, Dayton); Coppes (Trundle); Meister (Wentzel); Bremen (Rossi); Wentzel (Piening, Eggleton) Oct. 3 at Akron * (116) W 3-0 Coppes (Rossi, Bremen); Rossi (Wentzel); Tilford (Eggleton, Anderson) Oct. 8 MIAMI * (173) W 2-0 Rossi (Eggleton); Coppes (Bremen) Oct. 10 BALL STATE * (177) L 1-2 Anderson (–) Oct. 15 at Kent State * (214) L 2-4 Coppes (Eggleton); Anderson (Coppes, Wentzel) Oct. 17 at Buffalo * (50) W 1-0 Coppes (Eggleton) Oct. 22 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (153) W 2-1 Rieman (Pucillo, Trundle); Meister (Wentzel, Trundle) Oct. 24 WEST. MICH. * (538) (2-OT) T 2-2 Trundle (Wentzel, Anderson); Anderson (Bremen, Eggleton) Oct. 28 at Toledo * (243) W 3-0 Coppes (Da. Cygan); Carter (Trundle); Carter (Bremen) Oct. 30 at Wright State (362) L 0-1 – Nov. 2 at Kent State # (173) (2-OT) W 2-1 Coppes (Trundle, Carter); Anderson (Trundle) Nov. 5 vs. Western Michigan % (153) W 4-1 Coppes (Sampiller); Coppes (Rapp); Coppes (Anderson); Piening (–) Nov. 7 vs. Central Michigan & (190) W 2-0 Rossi (Coppes); Pucillo (Eggleton, Trundle) Nov. 12 at Ohio State ! (745) L 0-2 – * Mid-American Conference match ^ Falcon Classic # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal & MAC Tournament Champ. (Athens, Ohio)

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2005 STATISTICS & RESULTS (14-7-2, 9-2-0 MAC) Player Samantha Meister Britt Anderson Julie Trundle Corbie Yee Lindsay Carter Kristin McDonald Ashley Wentzel Leah Eggleton Danielle Cygan Molly Bremen Tiernay Tilford Amanda Campbell Susan Hunter Brianne Eisenhard Karie Sahly Natalie Sampiller Janie Babich Lisa Chalupa Rachael Ross Megan Rapp Christy Zabek Ali Shingler BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Christy Zabek (3/0) Ali Shingler (23/23) BGSU Opponents

Date Aug. 26 Aug. 28 Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 11

MP/MS 23/23 21/20 23/23 22/13 23/20 23/3 23/23 21/17 21/9 22/16 23/4 8/0 23/22 19/2 14/10 4/3 23/22 1/0 14/0 14/0 3/0 23/23 23 23

Shots 47 52 21 36 15 8 17 21 8 8 13 1 0 8 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 259 294

Min. 66:19 2052:44 2119:03 2119:03

Opponent (Attend.) OAKLAND (176) WRIGHT STATE (234) at Northern Arizona $ (542) vs. Boise State $ (123) at Michigan State (375) EASTERN ILL. (186) (2-OT) CLEVELAND STATE (137) at Indiana (341) at Northern Illinois * (172) at Western Michigan * (119) at Ball State * (208) at Miami * (452) OHIO * (219) AKRON * (268) KENT STATE * (224) BUFFALO * (258) at Central Michigan * (110) at Eastern Michigan * (273) at Toledo * (219) TOLEDO # (245) (2-OT) MIAMI % (477) KENT STATE & (317) (2-OT) vs. Michigan State ! (1,530)

SOG 23 20 12 15 8 6 8 8 4 6 4 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 119 142

Svs 1 109 112 83

G 8 5 3 6 4 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 30

A 6 7 10 3 2 1 3 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 23

Pts. 22 17 16 15 10 7 7 6 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 83

MWG MWA 3 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 % 13 7

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 6 (Eggleton 2; Carter, Meister, Tilford, Trundle 1); Opp. 13 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 1 • CK: BG 100, Opp. 118 • Fouls: BG 254, Opp. 335 • Offsides: BG 40, Opp. 33 • PK’s: BG 2/2 (Trundle 2/2), Opp. 0/0 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 22 13 1 0 Opp. 12 18 0 0 Attendance Home Matches (11) Away Matches (10) Neutral Matches (2) All Matches (23)

Total 2,741 2,811 1,653 7,205

Total Avg. 36 1.57 30 1.30

Avg. 249.2 281.1 826.5 313.3

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards * Shingler and Zabek combined on two shutouts BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves % MWG totals include one ‘own goal’

GA GAA SHO Record 0 0.00 0 0-0-0 30 1.32 7 14-7-2 30 1.27 9 * 14-7-2 36 1.53 8 7-14-2

Result L 1-4 L 0-4 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 6-0 L 0-2 W 3-1 L 0-4 L 0-3 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-2 T 0-0 W 2-0 T 0-0 L 0-4

BGSU Scoring Meister (Cygan) – McDonald (Eggleton); Trundle (–) Meister (Trundle) – Meister (Trundle, Anderson); Eggleton (Anderson, Meister) Anderson (–); Yee (Trundle); Carter (Meister); McDonald (Tilford); Anderson (Wentzel); Meister (Wentzel) – Meister (Trundle); Anderson (Trundle, Eggleton); Anderson (Trundle) – – Anderson (Meister); Yee (Trundle); Yee (Anderson) Yee (Meister); Trundle (PK) Wentzel (Carter) Meister (McDonald); Wentzel (Anderson) Team (Own Goal); Carter (Anderson, Trundle); McDonald (Tilford, Hunter); Eggleton (Campbell, Meister) Carter (Trundle); Carter (Anderson, Yee) Yee (Meister); Trundle (PK) Meister (Anderson, Yee); Bremen (Carter); Meister (Trundle) – Cygan (Yee); Yee (Wentzel) – –

* Mid-American Conference match Home contests in CAPS $ Mountain Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal – BGSU advances, 3-2, on PKs % MAC Tournament Semifinal & MAC Tournament Championship – BGSU advances, 3-2, on PKs ! NCAA Championships First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.)

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2006 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-10-0, 7-4-0 MAC) Player Danielle Cygan Brianne Eisenhard Corbie Yee Stacey Lucas Faith Juillerat Samantha Bland Lindsay Carter Kayleigh Zajaros Gina Rossi Colleen Kordan Janie Babich Karie Sahly Tiernay Tilford Kristin McDonald Rachael Ross Katie Kirkhoff Susan Hunter Jen Czapka Simone Toney Kaitlyn Kobe Renae Dietrich Tiffany Hansen Christy Zabek BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Christy Zabek (12/7) Tiffany Hansen (13/13) BGSU Opponents

Date Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 26 Oct. 29

MP/MS 20/19 20/16 20/16 20/15 17/4 16/13 20/20 18/8 20/5 20/18 20/16 14/14 20/20 15/1 15/0 4/0 20/14 10/1 4/0 8/0 2/0 13/13 12/7 20 20

Min. 803:39 1034:12 1837:51 1837:51

SOG 10 7 16 6 7 1 3 9 7 3 2 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 79 118

Svs 35 53 91 62

Opponent (Attend.) at Marquette $ (824) at UW-Milwaukee $ (403) XAVIER (176) (2-OT) WESTERN ILLINOIS (178) YOUNGSTOWN STATE (177) at Eastern Illinois (144) MICHIGAN STATE (204) at Wright State (512) NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (163) WESTERN MICHIGAN * (196) BALL STATE * (193) MIAMI * (251) at Ohio * (339) at Akron * (349) at Kent State * (242) (OT) vs. Buffalo % (77) CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (163) EASTERN MICHIGAN * (218) TOLEDO * (153) (2-OT) TOLEDO # (278)

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Shots 19 26 37 17 13 3 13 18 9 3 6 3 6 5 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 183 260

G 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 26

A 4 2 1 2 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 19

Pts. 10 8 7 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 71

MWG MWA 2 2 2 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 % 12 10

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 13 (Lucas 3; Eisenhard 2; Cygan, Kordan, Ross, Rossi, Sahly, Tilford, Zajaros, Team/Bench 1); Opp. 4 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 75, Opp. 79 • Fouls: BG 216, Opp. 234 • Offsides: BG 18, Opp. 41 • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Cygan 1/1), Opp. 0/1 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 7 7 1 2 Opp. 14 12 0 0 Attendance Home Matches (12) Away Matches (7) Neutral Matches (1) All Matches (20)

Total 2,350 2,813 77 5,240

Total Avg. 17 0.85 26 1.30

Avg. 195.8 401.9 77.0 262.0

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves % MWG totals include one ‘own goal’

GA GAA SHO Record 6 0.67 5 5-2-0 20 1.74 5 5-8-0 26 1.27 10 10-10-0 17 0.83 7 10-10-0

Result L 0-3 L 0-3 W 1-0 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 0-3 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 1-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-3

BGSU Scoring – – Zajaros (Carter, Cygan) – Lucas (Cygan) Team (Own Goal); Rossi (–) Lucas (Kordan) – Cygan (Sahly) Cygan (Lucas, Eisenhard); Juillerat (Yee) – Eisenhard (Lucas); Juillerat (–) – Eisenhard (Cygan) Yee (Carter) Yee (Eisenhard); Yee (Carter, Cygan) Cygan (PK) Bland (Kordan) Eisenhard (Babich, Bland) –

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2007 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-9-3, 6-5-0 MAC) Player Corbie Yee Stacey Lucas Meagan Moran Jackie Tamerlano Danielle Cygan Faith Juillerat Katie Stephenson Samantha Bland Tiernay Tilford Brianne Eisenhard Gina Rossi Alicia Almond Kristin McDonald Colleen Kordan Carolyn Nesline Jen Czapka Susan Hunter Alexa Arsenault Rachael Ross Sarah Haferkamp Kaitlyn Kobe Tiffany Hansen Christy Zabek BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Alexa Arsenault (14/3) Christy Zabek (8/8) Tiffany Hansen (4/1) BGSU Opponents

Date Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 Nov. 11

MP/MS 21/18 22/19 22/17 22/19 21/16 19/0 21/1 22/22 22/22 22/22 18/1 12/1 15/1 22/22 14/7 13/1 17/11 14/13 16/6 8/3 19/11 4/1 8/8 22 22

Shots 58 22 27 27 15 12 20 13 7 26 5 4 3 15 12 7 1 0 7 6 4 0 0 291 289

Min. 1321:46 652:02 134:29 2108:17 2108:17

Svs 63 32 8 107 114

SOG 26 15 14 13 8 7 7 4 4 9 3 2 1 10 3 5 0 0 6 3 2 0 0 142 139

G 4 5 4 4 3 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 32

A 5 2 4 1 1 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 27 33

Pts. 13 12 12 9 7 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 83 97

MWG MWA 3 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9 9

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 16 (Eisenhard 3; Bland, Haferkamp, Kobe, Kordan, Yee 2; Arsenault, Rossi, Stephenson 1); Opp. 13 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 1 • CK: BG 77, Opp. 107 • Fouls: BG 255, Opp. 282 • Offsides: BG 27, Opp. 20 • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Cygan 1/1), Opp. 0/2 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 9 16 1 2 Opp. 14 15 1 2 Attendance Home Matches (9) Away Matches (12) Neutral Matches (1) All Matches (22)

Total 2,412 3,997 124 6,533

Total Avg. 28 1.27 32 1.45

Avg. 268.0 333.1 124.0 297.0

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves

GA GAA SHO Record 12 0.82 6 7-3-3 14 1.93 1 3-5-0 6 4.02 0 0-1-0 32 1.37 7 10-9-3 28 1.20 6 9-10-3

Opponent (Attend.) Result at #15 West Virginia (736) L 0-4 EASTERN ILLINOIS (231) W 2-1 at Kentucky (668) L 0-4 at Murray State (190) W 1-0 WRIGHT STATE (279) (OT) L 1-2 at #22 Purdue (329) L 0-4 at Michigan State (385) (2-OT) T 1-1 at Youngstown State (100) W 3-0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (208) L 2-3 WESTERN MICHIGAN * (304) W 3-1 CENTRAL MICH. * (233) (2-OT) L 1-2 EASTERN MICHIGAN * (256) L 0-2 at Kent State * (249) W 3-0 at Buffalo * (157) L 0-1 at Ball State * (316) (2-OT) L 2-3 at Miami * (124) (2-OT) W 1-0 OHIO * (211) (2-OT) W 1-0 AKRON * (343) W 1-0 at Toledo * (231) W 2-1 EASTERN MICH. # (347) (OT) W 2-1 at Ball State % (512) (2-OT) T 0-0 vs. Toledo ^ (124) (2-OT) T 2-2

BGSU Scoring – Lucas (–); Lucas (Moran) – Juillerat (Lucas) Tamerlano (Tilford) – Rossi (Juillerat) Tamerlano (Yee); Tamerlano (Czapka); Moran (McDonald, Nesline) Lucas (–); Almond (Tilford) Tamerlano (Moran); Cygan (PK); Cygan (Yee, Tilford) Moran (McDonald, Yee) – Lucas (Moran); Cygan (Yee); Juillerat (Stephenson, Yee) – Bland (Lucas); Lucas (–) Stephenson (Kordan) Yee (Stephenson) Yee (Tamerlano, Hunter) Moran (Cygan); Moran (–) Bland (Moran); Yee (Arsenault) – Eisenhard (–); Yee (Stephenson)

* Mid-American Conference match Home contests in CAPS # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal % MAC Tournament Semifinal – BGSU advances, 3-0, on PKs ^ MAC Tournament Championship (Muncie, Ind.) – UT advances, 3-2, on PKs

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2008 STATISTICS & RESULTS (12-6-4, 6-3-2 MAC) Player Corbie Yee Gina Rossi Megan Amann Alyssa Zuccaro Katie Stephenson Colleen Kordan Kristin McDonald Katelyn Turner Brianne Eisenhard Jackie Tamerlano Stacey Lucas Leah Johnson Carolyn Nesline Kaitlyn Kobe Emily Merritt Alicia Almond Samantha Bland Jen Czapka Meagan Moran Faith Juillerat Kelsey Kovacs Susan Hunter Hannah Merritt Alexa Arsenault Brittany Hopkins Courtney Beinlich Christy Zabek BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Christy Zabek (4/0) Alexa Arsenault (22/22) BGSU Opponents

MP/MS 20/14 22/11 22/15 21/17 22/19 22/22 19/1 15/0 19/19 22/22 19/1 20/20 8/0 21/16 1/0 15/0 22/22 19/9 13/2 17/0 15/0 18/10 1/0 22/22 9/0 6/0 4/0 22 22

Shots 35 21 18 43 21 13 10 8 16 25 11 5 4 2 2 1 20 11 9 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 285 308

Min. 92:27 1979:05 2071:32 2071:32

SOG 17 14 11 15 8 9 7 6 6 12 8 5 2 1 1 1 11 5 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 147 139

Svs 6 113 124 109

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A 4 2 8 1 2 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 13

Pts. 16 12 12 11 8 8 7 6 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 43

MWG MWA 2 2 2 1 0 3 3 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12 6

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 17 (Bland, Eisenhard, Kordan, Zuccaro 2; Amann, Kovacs, Lucas, Rossi, Stephenson, Tamerlano, Turner, Yee, Team/Bench 1); Opp. 9 • RC: BG 1 (Team/Bench 1), Opp. 0 • CK: BG 104, Opp. 101 • Fouls: BG 228, Opp. 234 • Offsides: BG 33, Opp. 20 • PK’s: BG 3/3 (Kordan 3/3), Opp. 1/2 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 14 23 0 1 Opp. 9 6 0 0 Attendance Home Matches (10) Away Matches (12) Neutral Matches (0) All Matches (22)

Total 2,308 3,673 0 5,981

Total Avg. 38 1.73 15 0.68

Avg. 230.1 306.1 ----271.9

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves * Arsenault and Zabek combined on three shutouts

GA GAA SHO Record 0 0.00 0 0-0-0 15 0.68 11 12-6-4 15 0.65 14 * 12-6-4 38 1.65 6 6-12-4

Date Opponent (Attend.) Result Aug. 22 at Cincinnati (329) L 1-3 Aug. 29 at Oakland (139) (2-OT) T 0-0 Aug. 31 MICHIGAN STATE (314) L 0-3 Sept. 5 at IPFW (392) W 4-0 Sept. 7 at Ohio State (675) (2-OT) T 1-1 Sept. 12 TENNESSEE TECH (128) W 7-0 Sept. 14 MARSHALL (231) W 3-0 Sept. 19 DETROIT (166) W 4-0 Sept. 21 at Xavier (301) W 2-0 Sept. 26 at Northern Illinois * (112) L 1-2 Sept. 28 at Western Michigan * (198) W 1-0 Oct. 3 at Ohio * (406) (2-OT) T 0-0 Oct. 5 at Akron * (303) W 2-0 Oct. 10 BALL STATE * (157) (2-OT) W 1-0 Oct. 12 MIAMI * (271) W 4-0 Oct. 17 at Central Michigan * (223) L 0-2 Oct. 19 at Eastern Michigan * (188) L 0-2 Oct. 24 KENT STATE * (166) W 1-0 Oct. 26 BUFFALO * (221) W 3-0 Oct. 30 TOLEDO * (307) (2-OT) T 1-1 Nov. 2 WESTERN MICH. # (347) W 2-0 Nov. 7 at Toledo % (407) L 0-1 * Mid-American Conference match # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal

G 6 5 2 5 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 15

BGSU Scoring Rossi (–) – – Zuccaro (Johnson); Lucas (Amann); McDonald (–); Rossi (–) Eisenhard (Rossi) Tamerlano (Yee, Amann); Kordan (PK); Yee (–); Turner (Amann); Nesline (Juillerat, Eisenhard); Rossi (Kobe); E. Merritt (–) Kordan (PK); Stephenson (Kobe); Yee (Amann, Moran) Turner (Stephenson); Team (Own Goal); Johnson (–); McDonald (Yee, Czapka) Yee (Rossi); Stephenson (Eisenhard, Lucas) Zuccaro (Kordan) Stephenson (Rossi) – Rossi (–); Almond (–) Yee (Stephenson, Bland) Zuccaro (Amann); Yee (Kovacs); Amann (Zuccaro, McDonald); Turner (Nesline) – – Zuccaro (Amann) Rossi (Tamerlano, Yee); McDonald (Amann); Yee (Amann) Amann (Yee) Kordan (PK); Zuccaro (Kordan) –

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2009 STATISTICS & RESULTS (5-12-3, 1-7-3 MAC) Player Megan Amann Katelyn Turner Alyssa Zuccaro Keely Chandler Colleen Kordan Leah Johnson Katie Stephenson Alicia Almond Sarah VonderBrink Jackie Tamerlano Kaitlyn Kobe Meagan Moran Jen Czapka Kelsey Kovacs Samantha Bland Carolyn Nesline Stacey Lucas Amie Bannister Alexa Arsenault Brittany Hopkins Lauren Livingston Emily Rothwell Courtney Beinlich Becca Ison Laura Arnold BGSU Opponents Goalkeeper (MP/MS) Becca Ison (4/0) Alexa Arsenault (18/17) Laura Arnold (6/3) BGSU Opponents

Date Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Aug. 30 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 13 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 29

MP/MS 20/16 19/2 20/20 20/10 19/17 20/20 20/12 20/20 15/4 20/16 20/17 15/5 10/2 20/12 20/20 15/1 20/6 1/0 18/17 1/0 7/0 6/0 5/0 4/0 6/3 20 20

Shots 12 21 38 6 12 8 28 14 4 11 10 8 4 16 10 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 211 270

Min. 158:51 1402:08 299:01 1860:00 1860:00

Svs 11 74 17 106 91

Opponent (Attend.) at Ohio State (847) INDIANA STATE (173) at Michigan State (454) at Detroit (100) IPFW (234) ST. BONAVENTURE (219) YOUNGSTOWN STATE (196) at UC Riverside $ (259) vs. UC Irvine $ (59) at Northern Ill. * (102) (2-OT) at Western Michigan * (176) at Ball State * (411) at Miami * (168) OHIO * (196) (2-OT) AKRON * (279) KENT STATE * (197) (2-OT) BUFFALO * (273) at Central Michigan * (203) at Eastern Michigan * (223) at Toledo * (394)

* Mid-American Conference match $ UCR Tournament (Riverside, Calif.)

SOG 7 13 17 4 7 4 9 4 3 8 6 4 1 8 6 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 107 134

G 2 3 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 28

A 5 2 3 0 2 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 29

Pts. 9 8 7 6 6 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53 85

MWG MWA 2 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 12

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS

YC: BG 10 (Turner 4; Kovacs 2; Amann, Kordan, Lucas, Stephenson 1); Opp. 10 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 2 • CK: BG 118, Opp. 71 • Fouls: BG 187, Opp. 240 • Offsides: BG 18, Opp. 28 • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Kordan 1/1), Opp. 0/1 Scoring By Half 1 2 OT OT BGSU 8 8 0 0 Opp. 16 12 0 0 Attendance Home Matches (8) Away Matches (11) Neutral Matches (1) All Matches (20)

Total 1,767 3,337 59 5,163

Total Avg. 16 0.80 28 1.40

Avg. 220.9 303.4 59.0 258.2

Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves * Arsenault and Ison combined on two shutouts

GA GAA SHO Record 2 1.13 0 0-0-0 20 1.28 3 4-10-3 6 1.81 0 1-2-0 28 1.35 5 * 5-12-3 16 0.77 10 12-5-3

Result L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-4 W 4-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 T 1-1 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 1-4 T 1-1 L 1-2 T 0-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-1

BGSU Scoring – Zuccaro (Tamerlano, Kobe); Amann (Zuccaro) – Kordan (Amann); Johnson (Czapka, Turner); Stephenson (Johnson); Turner (Zuccaro, Johnson) Amann (Turner, Moran) – Chandler (Almond, Stephenson); Chandler (Amann, Johnson) – – Zuccaro (Amann) VonderBrink (Zuccaro); Turner (Kordan) – Almond (Kordan) Turner (Amann) Kordan (PK) – Chandler (Amann) – – –

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM/OPPONENT STATISTICS TEAM/OPPONENT COMPARISON Season 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Goals 28 / 46 42 / 55 28 / 43 32 / 34 32 / 34 38 / 28 34 / 47 40 / 37 36 / 30 17 / 26 28 / 32 38 / 15 16 / 28

Assists 38 / 33 53 / 47 40 / 39 38 / 23 35 / 36 43 / 21 44 / 42 52 / 31 39 / 23 17 / 19 27 / 33 34 / 13 21 / 29

Points 94 / 125 137 / 157 96 / 125 102 / 91 99 / 104 119 / 77 112 / 136 132 / 105 111 / 83 51 / 71 83 / 97 110 / 43 53 / 85

Shots 317 / 375 341 / 302 295 / 325 314 / 296 213 / 315 270 / 345 277 / 372 361 / 320 259 / 294 183 / 260 291 / 289 285 / 308 211 / 270

SOG 120 / 176 176 / 176 134 / 154 171 / 159 101 / 153 125 / 166 139 / 188 166 / 166 119 / 142 79 / 118 142 / 139 147 / 139 107 / 134

Corners 86 / 95 86 / 109 101 / 80 104 / 108 80 / 95 98 / 77 100 / 136 156 / 76 100 / 118 75 / 79 77 / 107 104 / 101 118 / 71

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING Season 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

All Games ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Games BG Goals (GPG) Opp. Goals (GPG) 18 28 (1.56) 46 (2.56) 20 42 (2.10) 55 (2.75) 19 28 (1.47) 43 (2.26) 21 32 (1.52) 34 (1.62) 19 32 (1.68) 34 (1.79) 22 38 (1.73) 28 (1.27) 23 34 (1.48) 47 (2.04) 24 40 (1.67) 37 (1.54) 23 36 (1.57) 30 (1.30) 20 17 (0.85) 26 (1.30) 22 28 (1.27) 32 (1.45) 22 38 (1.73) 15 (0.68) 20 16 (0.80) 28 (1.40) 273 409 (1.50) 455 (1.67)

YEAR-BY-YEAR W-L BREAKDOWN Season 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

Total MAC Home 6-12-0 1-6-0 4-4-0 8-11-1 4-5-1 4-5-1 5-11-3 2-6-3 4-7-0 10-10-1 5-5-1 3-5-0 7-10-2 2-9-1 4-4-1 12-8-2 7-4-1 5-5-0 8-12-3 5-5-2 3-5-2 10-12-2 5-5-2 3-4-2 14-7-2 9-2-0 7-2-2 10-10-0 7-4-0 7-5-0 10-9-3 6-5-0 5-4-0 12-6-4 6-3-2 8-1-1 5-12-3 1-7-3 4-2-2 117-130-26 60-66-16 61-53-11

Away Neut. 2-8-0 – 4-5-0 0-1-0 1-3-3 0-1-0 4-3-1 3-2-0 3-5-1 0-1-0 6-2-2 1-1-0 5-6-0 0-1-1 5-7-0 2-1-0 6-4-0 1-1-0 2-5-0 1-0-0 5-5-2 0-0-1 4-5-3 – 1-9-1 0-1-0 48-67-13 8-10-2

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1G 2-5 5-3 2-4 6-5 1-3 6-4 6-6 3-4 7-1 6-2 7-5 3-2 3-6 57-50

Fouls 201 / 265 156 / 256 201 / 242 308 / 283 236 / 277 327 / 283 302 / 327 296 / 347 254 / 335 216 / 234 255 / 282 228 / 234 187 / 240

Offsides 27 / 40 16 / 37 33 / 83 38 / 36 35 / 35 33 / 26 33 / 36 49 / 46 40 / 33 18 / 41 27 / 20 33 / 20 18 / 28

PKs 2-2 / 0-0 1-1 / 1-1 1-2 / 0-0 2-3 / 2-3 2-2 / 3-3 1-1 / 1-2 0-0 / 0-1 0-1 / 0-0 2-2 / 0-0 1-1 / 0-1 1-1 / 0-2 3-3 / 1-2 1-1 / 0-1

YC 3 / 8 7 / 11 8 / 11 9 / 11 5 / 9 13 / 7 14 / 11 14 / 20 6 / 13 13 / 4 16 / 13 17 / 9 10 / 10

RC 0/0 0/2 0/2 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/1 0/0 0/1 1/0 0/2

MAC Games ––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Games BGSU Goals (GPG) Opp. Goals (GPG) 7 8 (1.14) 21 (3.00) 10 18 (1.80) 23 (2.30) 11 16 (1.45) 25 (2.27) 11 16 (1.45) 17 (1.55) 12 12 (1.00) 27 (2.25) 12 23 (1.92) 13 (1.08) 12 20 (1.67) 20 (1.67) 12 19 (1.58) 16 (1.33) 11 22 (2.00) 13 (1.18) 11 12 (1.09) 10 (0.91) 11 16 (1.45) 13 (1.18) 11 14 (1.27) 7 (0.64) 11 7 (0.64) 16 (1.45) 142 203 (1.43) 221 (1.56)

2G 2-1 1-4 2-3 3-3 4-1 2-1 1-2 2-7 5-1 4-3 1-1 3-3 1-4 31-34

3G 0-1 1-1 0-3 1-2 1-6 3-2 1-2 3-1 0-2 0-5 2-0 2-1 0-1 14-27

4G 0-2 0-1 1-0 – – 0-1 0-2 2-0 1-3 – 0-3 3-0 1-1 8-13

5G 2-2 – – – – – – – – – – – – 2-2

6G 0-1 0-2 0-1 – – – – – 1-0 – – – – 1-4

7G – 1-0 – – – 1-0 – – – – – 1-0 – 3-0

9G – – – – 1-0 – – – – – – – – 1-0

OT 1-0-0 0-3-1 1-1-3 3-1-1 0-2-2 2-1-2 2-3-3 1-0-2 1-0-2 3-0-0 3-3-3 1-0-4 0-0-3 18-14-26

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Alicia Almond Megan Amann Britt Anderson Annmarie Aparo Laura Arnold Alexa Arsenault Janie Babich Amie Bannister Courtney Beinlich Jenny Berlovan Samantha Bland Molly Bremen Leslie Buse Lindsay Carter Keely Chandler Libby Christensen Rachel Clark Cari Combs Jill Conover Kristy Coppes Danielle Cygan Jen Czapka Meredith Davis Leslie Dawley Keeley Dayton Leah Eggleton Brianne Eisenhard Ashley Enser Lindsay Enser Desiree Erb Jamie Eshleman

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The 2004 Falcon senior class helped BGSU to the Mid-American Conference Tournament title and the school’s first-ever berth in the NCAA Championships. Left to right: Ali Shingler (a redshirt junior in 2004), Nikki Pucillo, Beth Rieman, Kylene Newell, Jenny Berlovan, Kristy Coppes, Katie Piening and Jenifer Kernahan.

Erika Flanders Kasey Freeman Melissa Galitz Christa Garver Sarah Gawel Kit Gazley Tracy Gleixner Adrienne Graessle Emily Graham Sarah Haferkamp Tiffany Hansen Autumn Harris Laura Harvey Stephanie Heller Leslie Hepfinger Brittany Hopkins Michelle Hoyng Susan Hunter Erin Incorvaia Becca Ison Leah Johnson Faith Juillerat Jenifer Kernahan Kaitlyn Kobe Colleen Kordan Kelsey Kovacs Lynette Lasanen Sara Leary Michelle Lisy Lauren Livingston Stacey Lucas Sarah Marchant Samantha Martinez Emily McCracken Kristin McDonald Amy McIlwain Kerry McKee Samantha Meister

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Janice Mentrup Emily Merritt Meagan Moran Carolyn Nesline Kylene Newell Katie Piening Nikki Pucillo Megan Rapp Carrie Richards Beth Rieman Liz Robarge Leah Rosner Rachael Ross Gina Rossi Emily Rothwell Jessica Sadler Natalie Sampiller Krista Shamblin Ali Shingler Rachel Short Stefanie Sizemore Mandy Smith Katie Stephenson Paige Suhay Jackie Tamerlano Tiernay Tilford Julie Trundle Katelyn Turner Sarah VonderBrink Susan Wallace Beth Wechsler Ashley Wentzel Mackenzie Williams Corbie Yee Christy Zabek Kayleigh Zajaros Alyssa Zuccaro

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Lynette Lasanen, 1997 Sarah Marchant, 1998 Erika Flanders, 1999 Ashley Beel, 2000 Ali Shingler, 2001-03-04-05 Christy Zabek, 2006-07-08 Laura Arnold, 2009

00 00

Allie Failor, 2003 Christy Zabek, 2005

01 01

Jenifer Kernahan, 2003-04

1 1

Kit Gazley, 1997 Sarah Gawel, 1998-99 Erika Flanders, 2000-01-02 Samantha Martinez, 2004 Tiffany Hansen, 2006-07 Becca Ison, 2009

2 2

Paige Suhay, 1997 Tracy Gleixner, 1998H-2000-01-02 Leah Eggleton, 2003-04-05 Carolyn Nesline, 2007 Courtney Beinlich, 2008-09

3 3

Autumn Harris, 1997-98-99-2000 Nikki Pucillo, 2001-02-03-04 Janie Babich, 2005-06 Alicia Almond, 2007-08-09

4 4

Ashley Enser, 1997-98-99-2000 Megan Rapp, 2002-03-04-05 Rachael Ross, 2006-07 Carolyn Nesline, 2008-09

5 5

Christa Garver, 1997 Erin Incorvaia, 1998 Melissa Galitz, 1999 Beth Rieman, 2001-02-03-04 Amanda Campbell, 2005 Colleen Kordan, 2006-07-08-09

6 6

Kerry Thompson, 1997 Stephanie Heller, 1997 * Michelle Lisy, 1997 * Janice Mentrup, 1997 * Mandy Smith, 1998 Sara Carrasquillo, 1999 Jenny Berlovan, 2001-02-03-04 Corbie Yee, 2005-06-07-08

7 7

Liz Robarge, 1997-98 Erin Incorvaia, 1999 Kasey Freeman, 2000-01-02-03 Rachael Ross, 2004-05 Renae Dietrich, 2006 Jackie Tamerlano, 2007-08-09

8 8

Leslie Buse, 1998-99-2000 Libby Christensen, 2001 Molly Bremen, 2002-03-04-05 Kayleigh Zajaros, 2006 Emily Rothwell, 2009

9 9

Emily McCracken, 1997-98 Stephanie Heller, 1997 * Leslie Hepfinger, 1999-2000-01 Ashley Wentzel, 2002-03-04-05 Stacey Lucas, 2006-07-08-09

20 20

Krista Shamblin, 1997 Desiree Erb, 1998-99 Sara Leary, 2000 Lindsay Carter, 2003-04-05-06 Faith Juillerat, 2007-08

10 10

Krista Shamblin, 1998 Mandy Smith, 1999-2000-01 Julie Trundle, 2002-03-04-05 Jen Czapka, 2006-07-08-09

11 11

Emily Graham, 1997 Beth Wechsler, 1998-99-2000-01 Natalie Sampiller, 2002-03-04-05 Kaitlyn Kobe, 2006-07-08-09

21 21

Rachel Short, 1997 Michelle Lisy, 1997 * Michelle Hoyng, 1998 Susan Wallace, 1999-2000 Kristy Coppes, 2001-02-03-04 Kristin McDonald, 2005-06-07-08 Keely Chandler, 2009

12 12

Janice Mentrup, 1997-98-99-2000 Michelle Hoyng, 2001 Leah Eggleton, 2002 Jenny Matson, 2003 Gina Rossi, 2004-06-07-08 Sarah VonderBrink, 2009

22 22

Mackenzie Williams, 1997-98 Meredith Davis, 1999-2000-01 Britt Anderson, 2002-03-04-05 Faith Juillerat, 2006 Katie Stephenson, 2007-08-09

13 13

Jamie Eshleman, 1997-98-99-2000 Susan Wallace, 2001-02 Janie Babich, 2004 Susan Hunter, 2005-06-07-08 Alyssa Zuccaro, 2009

23 23

Michelle Lisy, 1997-98-99-2000 Michelle Dorman, 1997 * Keeley Dayton, 2002-03-04 Katie Kirkhoff, 2006 Kelsey Kovacs, 2008-09

14 14

Laura Harvey, 1997 Kristy Wolter, 1998 Kelly Archiable, 1999 Adrienne Graessle, 2000-01 Samantha Meister, 2002-03-04-05 Samantha Bland, 2006-07-08-09

24 24

Leslie Hepfinger, 1998 Lindsay Enser, 2000 Jessica Sadler, 2001 Karen Brown, 2003 Denise Cygan, 2004 Lisa Chalupa, 2005 Simone Toney, 2006 Meagan Moran, 2007-08-09

15 15

Kerry McKee, 1997 Leah Rosner, 1998-99 Jill Conover, 2000 Katie Piening, 2001-02-03-04 Karie Sahly, 2005-06 Sarah Haferkamp, 2007 Megan Amann, 2008-09

25 25

Meredith Davis, 1998 Jill Conover, 1999-2001-02 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-08-09

26 26

Hannah Merritt, 2008

27 27

Tracy Gleixner, 1998A Alyssa Zuccaro, 2008

16 16

Stefanie Sizemore, 1997 Cari Combs, 1998 Amy McIlwain, 1999-2000 Kylene Newell, 2001-03-04 Brianne Eisenhard, 2005-06-07-08 Lauren Livingston, 2009

28 28

Katelyn Turner, 2008-09

29 29

Emily Merritt, 2008 Amie Bannister, 2009

17 17

Stephanie Heller, 1997-98-99-2000 Carrie Richards, 2001-02-03 Danielle Cygan, 2004-05-06-07 Leah Johnson, 2008-09

18 18

Michelle Dorman, 1997 Emily Graham, 1997 * Annmarie Aparo, 1998-99-2000-01 Leslie Dawley, 2002

19 19

Rachel Clark, 1997 Heidi Williams, 1999-2000-01 Tiernay Tilford, 2004-05-06-07 Brittany Hopkins, 2008-09

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HONORS & AWARDS MAC COACH OF THE YEAR Andy Richards, 2005

MAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Samantha Meister, 2005

ALL-MAC TEAM

FIRST TEAM Britt Anderson, 2005 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 Erika Flanders, 2002 Tracy Gleixner, 1998 Colleen Kordan, 2008 Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005 SECOND TEAM Samantha Bland, 2009 Kristy Coppes, 2004 Leah Eggleton, 2004 Ashley Enser, 2000 Julie Trundle, 2005 Beth Wechsler, 1998, 2000 Corbie Yee, 2006, 2007, 2008

MAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Kristy Coppes, 2001 Samantha Meister, 2002 Corbie Yee, 2005

MAC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Megan Amann, 2008 Alexa Arsenault, 2007 Keely Chandler, 2009 Susan Hunter, 2005 Colleen Kordan, 2006 Meagan Moran, 2007 Jackie Tamerlano, 2007 Corbie Yee, 2005 Alyssa Zuccaro, 2008

MAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Molly Bremen, 2004, 2005 Kristy Coppes, 2002, 2003, 2004 Brianne Eisenhard, 2007 Erika Flanders, 2000, 2002 Kasey Freeman, 2003 Stephanie Heller, 2000 Leah Johnson, 2008 Colleen Kordan, 2007, 2008 Michelle Lisy, 1998 Nikki Pucillo, 2004 Leah Rosner, 1998 Natalie Sampiller, 2003 Ali Shingler, 2005 Tiernay Tilford, 2007 Julie Trundle, 2005 Beth Wechsler, 2000 Ashley Wentzel, 2004 Corbie Yee, 2005

ACADEMIC ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM Alicia Almond, 2009 Annmarie Aparo, 2001 Janie Babich, 2005 Molly Bremen, 2005

Jill Conover, 2001 Keeley Dayton, 2004 Leah Eggleton, 2005 Erika Flanders, 2001 Leah Johnson, 2009 Michelle Lisy, 1998 Kristin McDonald, 2007 Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005 Ali Shingler, 2004, 2005 Katie Stephenson, 2008, 2009 Julie Trundle, 2005 Christy Zabek, 2006 HONORABLE MENTION Alicia Almond, 2008 Jen Czapka, 2008 Brianne Eisenhard, 2008 Ashley Enser, 1998 Kaitlyn Kobe, 2008 Michelle Lisy, 1997 Stacey Lucas, 2008 Kristin McDonald, 2008 Gina Rossi, 2008 Jackie Tamerlano, 2008 * Honorable Mention (from 1999-2007 and in 2009, only one Academic All-MAC Team was named)

Erika Flanders was the first AllGreat Lakes Region selection in school history, earning third-team honors in 2002

MAC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL Britt Anderson, 2004 Annmarie Aparo, 1999, 2000, 2001 Janie Babich, 2005, 2006 Jenny Berlovan, 2002, 2003, 2004 Molly Bremen, 2003, 2004, 2005 Lindsay Carter, 2004, 2005, 2006 Jill Conover, 2000, 2001, 2002 Keeley Dayton, 2003, 2004 Leah Eggleton, 2003, 2004, 2005 Brianne Eisenhard, 2006 Ashley Enser, 1999, 2000 Desiree Erb, 1999 Erika Flanders, 2000, 2001, 2002 Kasey Freeman, 2001, 2002, 2003 Sarah Gawel, 1999 Tracy Gleixner, 2000, 2001, 2002 Adrienne Graessle, 2001 Autumn Harris, 1999, 2000 Stephanie Heller, 1999, 2000 Erin Incorvaia, 1999 Michelle Lisy, 1999, 2000 Kristin McDonald, 2006 Samantha Meister, 2003, 2004, 2005 Janice Mentrup, 1999, 2000 Kylene Newell, 2002 Katie Piening, 2002 Nikki Pucillo, 2002, 2003, 2004 Carrie Richards, 2002, 2003 Beth Rieman, 2002, 2003, 2004 Rachael Ross, 2005, 2006 Gina Rossi, 2006 Karie Sahly, 2006 Ali Shingler, 2002, 2003, 2004 Julie Trundle, 2003, 2004, 2005 Susan Wallace, 2002 Christy Zabek, 2006

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HONORS & AWARDS NSCAA ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION SECOND TEAM Samantha Meister, 2005 THIRD TEAM Erika Flanders, 2002 Julie Trundle, 2005

SOCCER BUZZ ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION SECOND TEAM Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005 THIRD TEAM Kristy Coppes, 2004

MAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Samantha Meister earned a veritable plethora of honors during her four-year Falcon tenure

Krista Shamblin, after recording the first hat trick in BGSU women’s soccer history, was the program’s first-ever MAC Player of the Week

Krista Shamblin (Nov. 3, 1997) Tracy Gleixner (Nov. 3, 1998) Jill Conover (Sept. 21, 1999) Jill Conover (Sept. 18, 2000) Erika Flanders (Sept. 3, 2001) Kristy Coppes (Sept. 9, 2002) Kristy Coppes (Oct. 6, 2003) Samantha Meister (Oct. 13, 2003) Kristy Coppes (Aug. 30, 2004) Lindsay Carter (Nov. 1, 2004) Julie Trundle (Sept. 5, 2005) Lindsay Carter (Oct. 24, 2005) Samantha Meister (Oct. 31, 2005) Corbie Yee (Oct. 16, 2006) Corbie Yee (Oct. 29, 2007) Alexa Arsenault (Sept. 8, 2008) Colleen Kordan (Sept. 15, 2008) Corbie Yee (Oct. 13, 2008) Magan Amann (Oct. 27, 2008) Alexa Arsenault (Sept. 9, 2009) Alexa Arsenault (Oct. 19, 2009) ^ ^ Defensive P-O-W award (the MAC office began honoring an offensive and a defensive winner each week, beginning in mid-October of 2009)

MAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF WEEK Erika Flanders (Sept. 26, 2000) Erika Flanders (Oct. 22, 2002) Ali Shingler (Oct. 19, 2005) Ali Shingler (Nov. 10, 2005) Katie Stephenson (Sept. 25, 2008)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA * FIRST TEAM Ali Shingler, 2005

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT * FIRST TEAM Jill Conover, 2001 Keeley Dayton, 2004 Ali Shingler, 2005 Kristin McDonald, 2008 SECOND TEAM Jill Conover, 2002 Ali Shingler, 2004 Kristin McDonald, 2007 Katie Stephenson, 2008 THIRD TEAM Ali Shingler, 2003 Samantha Meister, 2005 Alicia Almond, 2009 Katie Stephenson, 2009 * currently sponsored by ESPN The Magazine, formerly sponsored by Verizon

NSCAA/ADIDAS TEAM ACADEMIC AWARD * Bowling Green, 2008-09 academic year * given to programs that achieved a minimum team GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

OCSA DIVISION I/II ALL-OHIO FIRST TEAM Beth Wechsler, 2000 Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005 $ Julie Trundle, 2005 Colleen Kordan, 2008 $ 2005 Ohio Midfielder of the Year SECOND TEAM Colleen Kordan, 2007 Corbie Yee, 2007 Britt Anderson, 2005 Kristy Coppes, 2004 Leah Eggleton, 2004 Ashley Enser, 2000 Erika Flanders, 2002 Tracy Gleixner, 1998 Beth Wechsler, 1998

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THIRD TEAM Jill Conover, 2000 Kristy Coppes, 2001, 2002 Ashley Enser, 1997 (Hon. Mention) Samantha Meister, 2002 Janice Mentrup, 1997 (Hon. Mention), 1998 Ali Shingler, 2005 (Hon. Mention) Julie Trundle, 2002 Beth Wechsler, 1999, 2001 BGSUFALCONS.COM


HONORS & AWARDS ACADEMIC ALL-OHIO FIRST TEAM Brianne Eisenhard, 2007 Erika Flanders, 2002

SECOND TEAM Stacey Lucas, 2007 * no information on the 2003, 2004 or 2005 teams available ... anyone with info. on those teams is encouraged to contact the BGSU Athletic Communications office

SOCCER AMERICA TEAM OF THE WEEK Erika Flanders (Sept. 4, 2001) Kristy Coppes (Oct. 8, 2003) Samantha Meister (Oct. 15, 2003) Julie Trundle (Nov. 9, 2005)

SOCCER BUZZ ELITE TEAM OF THE WEEK Erika Flanders (Sept. 4, 2001) Samantha Meister (Oct. 14, 2003) Kristy Coppes (Sept. 1, 2004) Ali Shingler (Nov. 12, 2004) Ali Shingler (Nov. 10, 2005)

SOCCER BUZZ GREAT LAKES REGION ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Kristy Coppes, 2001 Corbie Yee, 2005

SOCCER BUZZ FIRST-YEAR ALLNATIONAL TEAM Janice Mentrup, 1997 (Second Team) Stephanie Heller, 1997 (HM) Ashley Enser, 1997 (HM) Krista Shamblin, 1997 (HM)

SOCCER BUZZ TOP FIRST-YEAR PROGRAMS Bowling Green, 1997, ranked sixth (of 17)

TOP DRAWER SOCCER ALLROOKIE TEAM Samantha Bland, 2006 (Third Team)

IN-SEASON ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS FALCON CLASSIC, 1998 Cari Combs, Tracy Gleixner, Janice Mentrup, Beth Wechsler OHIO STATE TOURNAMENT, 2002 Leah Eggleton, Erika Flanders, Beth Rieman OHANA HOTELS & RESORTS NO KA OI, 2003 Britt Anderson, Kasey Freeman FALCON CLASSIC, 2004 Britt Anderson, Kristy Coppes, Tiernay Tilford

Tracy Gleixner was the first All-MAC First-Team selection in school history, earning the honor in 1998

NORTHERN ARIZ. TOURN., 2005 Ali Shingler, Most Valuable Goalkeeper Julie Trundle, Offensive MVP MILWAUKEE CUP, 2006 Brianne Eisenhard, Karie Sahly

OTHER SOCCER BUZZ AWARDS EXCELLENCE IN SPORTS INFO. • 14th in Nation, 1997 • 4th, Great Lakes Region, 1997 • 1st in Nation (1st-Year Programs), 1997 • 5th, Great Lakes Region, 1998 • 5th, Great Lakes Region, 2000 • 8th, Great Lakes Region, 2001 • 10th in Nation, 2002 • 2nd, Great Lakes Region, 2002 • 8th, Great Lakes Region, 2003 • 8th, Great Lakes Region, 2004

Susan Wallace

OUTSTANDING MEDIA GUIDES • 2nd in Nation (1st-Year Programs), 1997 • 7th, Great Lakes Region, 2000 • 3rd, Great Lakes Region, 2001

Kristy Coppes celebrates after scoring the tying goal in the Falcons’ 2002 MAC Tournament win over Buffalo. Coppes is BGSU’s lone three-time selection to the MAC’s AllTournament Team

OUTSTANDING WEB SITES • 2nd in Nation (1st-Year Programs), 1997 NOTE: Soccer Buzz has not listed any media guide or web site awards since the 2004 season

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HONORS & AWARDS

TEAM AWARDS

(since 2000) MVP - DEFENSE 2009 Leah Johnson 2008 Samantha Bland 2007 Samantha Bland & Colleen Kordan 2006 Samantha Bland 2005 Ashley Wentzel 2004 Ali Shingler 2003 Keeley Dayton 2002 Erika Flanders 2001 Beth Wechsler 2000 Beth Wechsler MVP - MIDFIELD 2009 Alicia Almond 2008 Brianne Eisenhard 2007 Brianne Eisenhard 2006 Brianne Eisenhard 2005 Molly Bremen 2004 Leah Eggleton 2003 Julie Trundle 2002 Julie Trundle 2001 Mandy Smith 2000 Janice Mentrup

MVP - OFFENSE 2009 Alyssa Zuccaro 2008 Alyssa Zuccaro 2007 Danielle Cygan 2006 Danielle Cygan 2005 Britt Anderson 2004 Kristy Coppes 2003 Samantha Meister 2002 Kristy Coppes 2001 Kristy Coppes 2000 Jill Conover MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 2009 Carolyn Nesline 2008 Megan Amann 2007 Kaitlyn Kobe 2006 Christy Zabek 2005 Corbie Yee 2004 Gina Rossi 2003 Ashley Wentzel 2002 Natalie Sampiller 2001 Jenny Berlovan 2000 Lindsay Enser

LEAH EGGLETON ‘HUSTLE’ AWARD * 2009 Katie Stephenson 2008 Katie Stephenson 2007 Katie Stephenson 2006 Lindsay Carter 2005 Leah Eggleton 2004 Leah Eggleton 2003 Leah Eggleton 2002 Susan Wallace 2001 Leslie Hepfinger 2000 Leslie Hepfinger * award was renamed to honor Eggleton, a threetime winner, after she completed her BGSU career LESLIE DAWLEY ‘FIGHTING FALCON’ AWARD * 2009 Alicia Almond 2008 Susan Hunter 2007 Tiernay Tilford 2006 Lindsay Carter 2005 Ashley Wentzel 2004 Julie Trundle 2003 Beth Rieman 2002 Kasey Freeman 2001 Erika Flanders 2000 Ashley Enser

* given to the team member who, through words and actions, most accurately reflects the program’s philosophy of ‘Today I gave all that I have, for everything I left behind is gone forever’ -- selected by coaching staff; all other team awards are the result of voting by the team members ... award was renamed to honor Dawley, who entered BGSU in the fall of 2002 and played with the team during that ‘02 season before passing away in November of that year

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COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM Although the Bowling Green State University women’s soccer program is only 13 years old, a rich soccer tradition already existed at the University upon the team’s debut in 1997. One of the many resources available to the women’s program is the opportunity to play on one of the Midwest’s finest fields. Mickey Cochrane Field, known nationally as one of the country’s outstanding soccer facilities, has become even better in recent years thanks in part to a three-phase project designed to enhance the current complex.

Just prior to the debut of the women’s team, an upgrade to the field saw the construction of 700 permanent seats on the west side of the main playing area. The stadium renovation project, financed entirely with private funds, was officially dedicated on Sept. 10, 1995, prior to the men’s soccer home opener. A spacious press box was finished a month later. With the addition of portable bleachers from the old grandstand, the complex can seat up to 1,500 spectators. Phase I of the plan, which was finished in 1993, consisted of the main playing field being completely enclosed with fencing, landscaped with shrubbery, and decorated with signage. New flag staffs and team benches were also added over the course of the season. Phase II began in 1994 with the installation of a new scoreboard and additional signage. The field renovation project was originally conceived in 1988 by former Falcon men’s head coach Gary Palmisano who passed away in December, 1994. Under his guidance, hard work, and patience, his vision became a reality with the initiation of Phase I. Cochrane Field, dedicated Oct. 11, 1980, in honor of BGSU’s first men’s varsity soccer coach, has been the home of the Falcon men since 1966 and has also been the site of the United States Youth Soccer Association’s Olympic Development Program Region II camps for nearly two decades. The field was also the home to the Ohio-North Camp for the first time in the summer of 1997. The Falcons definitely have an ideal situation for their players

Andy Richards (left) chats with Mickey Cochrane after another Falcon women’s soccer home victory during the 2008 season

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COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM FALCON FIRSTS FIRST WOMEN’S SOCCER MATCH –

August 29, 1997, at Kent

The Falcons took the field at Kent with Lynette Lasanen in goal; Autumn Harris (sweeper), Ashley Enser (left), Mackenzie Williams (right) and Emily Graham (stopper) in the back; Paige Suhay (center), Janice Mentrup (left) and Jamie Eshleman (right) in the midfield; and Stefanie Sizemore (striker), Krista Shamblin (left wing) and Rachel Clark (right wing) up front. Kit Gazley played the second half and the overtime in goal, while Kerry McKee, Emily McCracken and Kelly Thompson also saw action in the match for the Brown and Orange.

FIRST LINEUP –

FIRST WIN – In November of 2005, the Falcons hosted the MAC Tournament’s semifinal and championship rounds for the first time in school history. BGSU advanced past Miami and Kent State (above) at Cochrane Field to earn the MAC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Championships.

to improve their skills with the use of two full-size fields and a small-sided training practice area. The programs also utilize the Field House and its 90-yard indoor turf room and 200-meter track wing for winter conditioning. Prior to the 1997 campaign, a new practice field was added to the complex. That field was resodded and a sprinkler system was added in preparation for BGSU’s inaugural season of women’s soccer. The Sebo Athletic Center, located in the north end zone of Doyt L. Perry Stadium, provides all BGSU student-athletes, including the soccer teams, a place to reach their potential. The new building features an expanded sports medicine and rehabilitation facility as well as a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning area for student-athletes in all 18 varsity sports. In 2005, Cochrane Field was the home of the MAC Women’s Soccer Tournament’s semifinal and championship rounds for the first time. BGSU, after winning the regular-season title, advanced past Toledo in the tourney’s quarterfinal round to earn the right to host the subsequent rounds. After downing Miami in the semifinals, the Brown and Orange advanced past Kent State via penalty kicks in the regionally-televised championship match. In 2008, BGSU hosted a MAC Tournament quarterfinal-round game for the fourth consecutive year, defeating Western Michigan, 2-0. The Falcons are now 4-1-2 in conference tournament games at Cochrane.

1-0 at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997. Kerry McKee scored at the 96:43 mark to end the first match in school history. Emily Graham and Janice Mentrup, who had started the play with a give-and-go off a short corner kick, drew assists. The tally is believed to be the first “Golden Goal” (match-ending OT goal) in NCAA Division I women’s soccer history, as 1997 was the first season that a sudden-death overtime was instituted.

FIRST HOME WIN –

5-0 vs. Saint Francis (Pa.), Sept. 7, 1997. Five different Falcons found the back of the net, and freshman goalies Kit Gazley and Lynette Lasanen combined for the shutout.

FIRST ROAD WIN –

1-0 at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997

1-0 win at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997

McKee at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997

Graham and Mentrup at Kent

see First Hat Trick

Robert Morris, meet Krista Shamblin. Shamblin recorded all three of BG’s goals in a 3-1 win on the road (Oct. 31, 1997). Shamblin, who did not start the contest, played in just over half of the match (54 minutes). She scored at the 37:16 mark to erase a 1-0 RMC lead, then converted a penalty kick at the 71:41 mark for the first two-goal match by a Falcon. Eight minutes later, Shamblin again found the back of the net to complete the hat trick.

FIRST OVERTIME MATCH – FIRST GOAL –

FIRST ASSISTS –

FIRST MULTI-GOAL MATCH – FIRST HAT TRICK –

FIRST SHUTOUT –

1-0 at Kent. Lynette Lasanen played the first half and was called upon to make just one save. Kit Gazley played the second half and the OT, a total of 51:43. She made three stops en route to the win.

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ALL-TIME CAREER STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL SCORING (FOR ALL FALCON PLAYERS) PLAYER MP/MS Kristy Coppes 87/77 Samantha Meister 80/70 Jill Conover 80/60 Julie Trundle 90/87 Corbie Yee 83/61 Britt Anderson 85/58 Tracy Gleixner 51/23 Michelle Lisy 72/58 Janice Mentrup 78/78 Beth Wechsler 78/77 Stephanie Heller 74/67 Leah Eggleton 75/61 Katie Piening 75/14 Gina Rossi 80/25 Krista Shamblin 36/16 Ashley Wentzel 87/57 Megan Amann 42/31 Lindsay Carter 87/60 Danielle Cygan 74/49 Ashley Enser 76/76 Mandy Smith 73/46 Stacey Lucas 81/41 Alyssa Zuccaro 41/37 Autumn Harris 62/54 Colleen Kordan 83/79 Katie Stephenson 63/32 Kristin McDonald 72/6 Susan Wallace 66/23 Nikki Pucillo 83/55 Katelyn Turner 34/2 Brianne Eisenhard 80/59 Desiree Erb 38/16 Meagan Moran 50/24 Jamie Eshleman 61/17 Kerry McKee 18/14 Tiernay Tilford 83/52 Jackie Tamerlano 64/57 Molly Bremen 84/45 Keeley Dayton 64/44 Beth Rieman 86/79 Carrie Richards 45/13 Faith Juillerat 53/4 Cari Combs 18/18 Paige Suhay 17/15 Stefanie Sizemore 18/17 Leah Johnson 40/40 Samantha Bland 80/77 Leslie Hepfinger 68/59 Alicia Almond 47/21 Annmarie Aparo 36/13 Emily Graham 18/18 Michelle Hoyng 36/23 Keely Chandler 20/10 Leslie Dawley 18/6 Leah Rosner 16/2 Megan Rapp 61/18 Carolyn Nesline 37/8 Jenny Berlovan 75/43 Erin Incorvaia 21/1 Kaitlyn Kobe 68/44 Jen Czapka 52/13 Melissa Galitz 14/8 Natalie Sampiller 69/61 Mackenzie Williams 27/12 Sarah VonderBrink 15/4 Emily Merritt 1/0 76

Shots 188 181 116 100 166 162 81 100 176 96 96 94 69 56 70 52 30 44 44 41 98 53 81 59 43 69 26 30 48 29 76 41 44 37 37 44 63 28 29 63 13 29 24 22 33 13 46 38 19 20 49 17 6 15 6 10 22 7 7 16 23 9 20 11 4 2

Goals 52 28 20 12 19 16 20 18 7 8 10 5 7 10 10 4 4 6 7 6 6 8 7 7 5 5 6 6 2 6 5 5 4 5 4 2 5 3 2 3 3 4 2 3 1 2 3 2 3 2 1 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

Assists 7 17 25 33 13 17 8 12 23 16 9 18 11 5 4 16 13 9 7 9 9 5 4 4 7 6 4 4 11 2 4 4 6 3 5 9 3 6 8 5 5 2 6 4 7 4 2 4 1 3 5 7 0 6 2 3 2 4 0 4 3 3 3 1 0 0

Points 111 73 65 57 51 49 48 48 37 32 29 28 25 25 24 24 21 21 21 21 21 21 18 18 17 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2

MWG 14 8 7 5 9 5 5 2 3 2 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 1 4 0 1 3 3 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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MWA YC/RC 2 2/0 4 6/0 8 3/0 12 3/0 5 3/0 5 0/1 1 0/0 2 2/0 4 1/0 4 2/0 5 0/0 5 5/0 2 3/0 2 4/0 2 1/0 1 2/0 5 2/0 3 4/0 3 1/0 0 4/0 1 4/0 3 5/0 1 2/0 1 0/0 2 6/0 4 3/0 1 0/0 1 1/0 1 1/0 1 5/0 2 7/0 3 2/0 3 0/0 0 1/0 0 0/0 1 3/0 2 1/0 1 3/0 1 2/0 1 0/0 2 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 2 1/0 2 0/0 1 0/0 2 4/0 0 3/0 1 0/0 1 0/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 4 0/0 0 0/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 1 1/0 0 0/0 1 2/0 0 0/0 2 1/0 1 2/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0

Kristy Coppes

Samantha Meister

Jill Conover

Julie Trundle

Corbie Yee

Britt Anderson

Tracy Gleixner

Michelle Lisy

Janice Mentrup

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ALL-TIME CAREER STATISTICS PLAYER MP/MS Susan Hunter 78/57 Leslie Buse 22/4 Emily McCracken 21/2 Jessica Sadler 10/2 Rachel Short 9/0 Kayleigh Zajaros 18/8 Alexa Arsenault 54/52 Kelsey Kovacs 35/12 Janie Babich 65/46 Amanda Campbell 8/0 Libby Christensen 14/4 Rachel Clark 16/8 Meredith Davis 49/13 Erika Flanders 78/78 Kasey Freeman 75/70 Christa Garver 9/0 Sara Leary 15/5 Karie Sahly 28/24 Kristy Wolter 3/0 Laura Arnold 6/3 Courtney Beinlich 11/0 Brittany Hopkins 10/0 Becca Ison 4/0 Lauren Livingston 7/0 Emily Rothwell 6/0 Kelly Archiable 1/0 Amie Bannister 1/0 Ashley Beel 3/1 Karen Brown 7/0 Sara Carrasquillo 2/0 Lisa Chalupa 1/0 Denise Cygan 2/0 Renae Dietrich 2/0 Michelle Dorman 5/0 Lindsay Enser 19/17 Allie Failor 1/0 Sarah Gawel 16/11 Kit Gazley 14/11 Adrienne Graessle 7/0 Sarah Haferkamp 8/3 Tiffany Hansen 17/14 Laura Harvey 11/6 Jenifer Kernahan 11/3 Katie Kirkhoff 4/0 Lynette Lasanen 11/7 Sarah Marchant 7/3 Samantha Martinez 2/2 Jenny Matson 1/0 Amy McIlwain 11/5 Hannah Merritt 1/0 Kylene Newell 5/1 Liz Robarge 15/6 Rachael Ross 50/6 Ali Shingler 70/65 Kelly Thompson 5/0 Simone Toney 4/0 Heidi Williams 14/8 Christy Zabek 27/15 BGSU Totals Opponent Totals

253 253

Shots 7 6 14 2 5 18 0 17 12 1 8 7 3 0 19 3 3 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 9 0 4 0 8 0

Goals 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Assists 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3424 3801

393 ^ 427

460 360

1246 1214

MWG 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MWA YC/RC 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/0 0 1/0 1 1/0 0 3/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1 2/0 0 1/0 0 6/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 1 1/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 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 2/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/0 0 1/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0

112 ^ 125 118

Stephanie Heller

Leah Eggleton

Katie Piening

Gina Rossi

Krista Shamblin

Ashley Wentzel

Lindsay Carter

Danielle Cygan

Ashley Enser

Mandy Smith

125/2 127/7

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ALL-TIME BGSU/OPPONENT TOTALS

Shots on Goal: BGSU 1726, Opp’s 2010 • Fouls: BGSU 3167, Opp’s 3665. Offsides: BGSU 400, Opp’s 481 • Corner Kicks: BGSU 1285, Opp’s 1252. PKs: BG 17/20 (Kordan, Wechsler 4/4; Da. Cygan 2/2; Shamblin 1/1; A. Enser, Trundle 3/4; Lisy 0/1), Opp’s 9/16. BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2010 WOMEN’S SOCCER

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ALL-TIME CAREER STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING GOALKEEPER (MP/MS) Erika Flanders (78/78) Ali Shingler (70/65) Alexa Arsenault (54/52) Christy Zabek (27/15) Tiffany Hansen (17/14) Sarah Gawel (16/11) Kit Gazley (14/11) Michelle Lisy (13/8) Lynette Lasanen (11/7) Jenifer Kernahan (11/3) Sarah Marchant (7/3) Laura Arnold (6/3) Becca Ison (4/0) Samantha Martinez (2/2) Ashley Beel (3/1) Allie Failor (1/0) Beth Wechsler (1/0) Mandy Smith (1/0)

Minutes 7084:22 5895:27 4702:59 1614:27 1168:41 1061:37 944:26 832:03 629:41 487:43 334:32 299:01 158:51 135:00 134:24 10:25 3:34 0:28

SOGF 597 438 297 94 87 109 100 77 67 47 26 23 13 10 12 0 1 0

Saves 473 334 250 74 61 75 76 55 49 39 15 17 11 7 6 0 1 0

GA 124 104 47 20 26 34 24 22 18 8 11 6 2 3 6 0 0 0

GAA 1.58 1.59 0.90 1.11 2.00 2.88 2.29 2.38 2.57 1.48 2.96 1.81 1.13 2.00 4.02 0.00 0.00 0.00

BGSU Totals Opponent Totals

25497:41 25497:41

2028 1743

1573 1334

455 409

1.61 1.44

SHO 17 16 20 6 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Record 34-38-6 29-29-7 23-19-10 8-7-0 5-9-0 3-6-1 6-7-0 2-4-1 0-5-0 1-2-0 3-1-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0

Erika Flanders

79& 117-130-26 87 130-117-26

NOTES: & Individual totals do not include combined shutouts – Lasanen and Gazley combined for three shutouts in 1997; Gawel and Marchant combined for one shutout in 1998, Shingler and Kernahan combined for one shutout in 2003; Shingler and Zabek combined for two shutouts in 2005; Arsenault and Zabek combined for three shutouts in 2008; Arsenault and Ison combined for two shutouts in 2009 • BGSU/Opponent offsides totals do not include the Georgia or ECU matches from 1999 • Foul totals do not include the 2000 Central Michigan match • BGSU/Opponent save totals include ‘team saves’ (shots blocked off the line by defender, etc.)

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Alexa Arsenault

Erika Flanders (above), Alexa Arsenault (below) and Ali Shingler (right) hold nearly all of BGSU’s goalkeeping records

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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MATCHES PLAYED SEASON 24 Molly Bremen, 2004 24 Nikki Pucillo, 2004 24 Natalie Sampiller, 2004 24 Julie Trundle, 2004 23 19 times CAREER 90 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 87 Lindsay Carter, 2003-06 87 Ashley Wentzel, 2002-05 87 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 86 Beth Rieman, 2001-04 85 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 84 Molly Bremen, 2002-05 83 Colleen Kordan, 2006-09 83 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 83 Tiernay Tilford, 2004-07 83 Nikki Pucillo, 2001-04 81 Stacey Lucas, 2006-09 80 Samantha Bland, 2006-09 80 Brianne Eisenhard, 2005-08 80 Gina Rossi, 2004-08 80 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 80 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 CONSECUTIVE 87 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 78 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 76 Samantha Bland, 2006-09 76 Ashley Enser, 1997-2000 Longest Active Streaks: 64 Jackie Tamerlano 59 Katie Stephenson 42 Megan Amann

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Kristy Coppes (top) and Samantha Meister rank first and second, respectively, on the BGSU career scoring list

SEASON 23 Nine times (Samantha Meister, Julie Trundle, Ashley Wentzel, Ali Shingler, 2005; Natalie Sampiller, Julie Trundle, 2004; Kasey Freeman, Samantha Meister, Beth Rieman, 2003) CAREER 87 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 79 Colleen Kordan, 2006-09 79 Beth Rieman, 2001-04 78 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 78 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 77 Samantha Bland, 2006-09 77 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 77 Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001 76 Ashley Enser, 1997-2000 70 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 70 Kasey Freeman, 2000-03 67 Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000 65 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 CONSECUTIVE 78 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 76 Ashley Enser, 1997-2000 Longest Active Streaks: 32 Alyssa Zuccaro 31 Leah Johnson 20 Alicia Almond

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MATCH 6 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 4 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03 3 Krista Shamblin at Robert Morris, 10/31/97 3 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98 3 Kristy Coppes vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01 3 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 3 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 11/5/04 2 31 times SEASON 18 Kristy Coppes, 2004 12 Tracy Gleixner, 1998 12 Kristy Coppes, 2001 12 Kristy Coppes, 2002 CAREER 52 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 28 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 20 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 20 Tracy Gleixner, 1998-2002 19 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 18 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000 16 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 12 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 10 Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000 10 Krista Shamblin, 1997-98 10 Gina Rossi, 2004-08 CONSECUTIVE MATCHES 5 Samantha Meister, 10/11-25/02 4 Tracy Gleixner, 10/1/98-10/16/98 4 Kristy Coppes, 9/7/01-9/21/01 EARLIEST GOAL, START OF MATCH 0:19 Corbie Yee at Xavier, 9/21/08 1:00 Jill Conover at Northern Illinois, 9/18/99 1:40 Britt Anderson vs. Valparaiso, 10/18/02 2:58 Michelle Lisy vs. Central Mich., 10/1/98 3:02 Nikki Pucillo vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02 3:08 Molly Bremen at Eastern Mich., 9/26/04 3:09 Colleen Kordan vs. Marshall, 9/14/08 3:17 Britt Anderson vs. Cleveland State, 9/16/05

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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS 3:30 own goal vs. Buffalo, 10/16/05 3:52 Autumn Harris at Western Mich., 10/5/97 4:15 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 11/5/04 4:53 Alyssa Zuccaro vs. Indiana State, 8/28/09 4:55 Kristy Coppes at Buffalo, 10/17/04 EARLIEST GOAL, START OF HALF 0:19 Corbie Yee at Xavier, 9/21/08 (1st) 0:22 Jamie Eshleman vs. Kent, 10/17/97 (2nd) 0:22 Kristy Coppes at CMU, 10/11/02 (2nd) 0:29 Britt Anderson vs. Cleve. St., 9/16/05 (2nd) 0:42 Annmarie Aparo vs. Rob’t Morris, 9/6/98 (2nd) 0:45 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 (2nd) 0:58 Jill Conover vs. Pittsburgh, 9/13/02 (2nd) 1:00 Jill Conover at Northern Ill., 9/18/99 (1st) 1:15 Colleen Kordan vs. WMU, 11/2/08 (2nd) 1:32 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 (2nd) 1:37 Beth Wechsler vs. Western Ill., 9/5/98 (2nd) 1:40 Britt Anderson vs. Valparaiso, 10/18/02 (1st) LATEST GOAL 108:52 Britt Anderson at Kent State, 11/2/04 108:22 Tracy Gleixner at Eastern Mich., 9/24/00 106:48 Brianne Eisenhard vs. Toledo, 10/26/06 105:38 Kayleigh Zajaros vs. Xavier, 9/1/06 105:20 Julie Trundle vs. Buffalo, 11/6/02 104:53 Corbie Yee vs. Ohio, 10/26/07 101:50 Katie Stephenson at Miami, 10/21/07 101:32 Corbie Yee vs. Ball State, 10/10/08 99:46 Michelle Lisy vs. Michigan State, 8/27/99 99:14 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03 99:03 Leah Eggleton vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/11/05 98:45 Samantha Meister at Marshall, 10/26/03 96:43 Kerry McKee at Kent, 8/29/97 LATEST GOAL IN REGULATION 90:00 Faith Juillerat at Kent State, 10/12/07 89:54 Julie Trundle at East. Mich., 10/13/02 89:53 Meagan Moran at Youngstown St., 9/23/07 89:37 Meagan Moran at Toledo, 11/1/07 89:16 Ashley Wentzel vs. Akron, 9/19/03 89:13 Samantha Bland vs. East. Mich., 10/22/06 LATEST GOAL, FIRST HALF 44:59 Danielle Cygan vs. Northern Ill., 9/22/06 FASTEST TWO GOALS 0:17 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98 1:10 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 1:21 Meagan Moran at Toledo, 11/1/07 2:06 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 2:07 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02 2:52 Michelle Lisy at Marshall, 10/10/99 3:52 Kristy Coppes at Miami, 10/5/03 4:45 Erin Incorvaia vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 4:46 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 5:35 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03 6:18 Kristy Coppes vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01 FASTEST THREE GOALS 5:56 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 11:17 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98 18:50 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 21:07 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03 26:49 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 38:44 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 42:31 Krista Shamblin at Robert Morris, 10/31/97 FASTEST FOUR GOALS 34:36 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 46:31 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 55:28 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 59:05 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03

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MATCH-WINNING GOALS SEASON

6 Kristy Coppes, 2004 4 Kristy Coppes, 2002 3 Kerry McKee, 1997 3 Tracy Gleixner, 1998 3 Jill Conover, 2000 3 Kristy Coppes, 2003 3 Samantha Meister, 2003 3 Samantha Meister, 2005 3 Corbie Yee, 2007 3 Alyssa Zuccaro, 2008 CAREER 14 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 9 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 8 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 7 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 5 Tracy Gleixner, 1998-2002 5 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 5 Julie Trundle, 2002-05

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ASSISTS

MATCH 3 Julie Trundle at Northern Illinois, 9/23/05 3 Britt Anderson vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 3 Jill Conover vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 3 Nikki Pucillo vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01 3 Kerry McKee vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/97 3 Paige Suhay vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 2 35 times

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The Falcons celebrate after Julie Trundle’s overtime winner against Buffalo in the quarterfinal round of the 2002 MAC Tournament

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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

Above: Kasey Freeman Below: Beth Wechsler

SEASON 10 Julie Trundle, 2005 9 Leah Eggleton, 2004 9 Jill Conover, 2000 8 Megan Amann, 2008 8 Julie Trundle, 2004 8 Julie Trundle, 2002 8 Jill Conover, 1999 7 Britt Anderson, 2005 7 Julie Trundle, 2003 7 Janice Mentrup, 2000 7 Michelle Hoyng, 1998 7 Stefanie Sizemore, 1997 CAREER 33 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 25 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 23 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 18 Leah Eggleton, 2002-05 17 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 17 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 16 Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001 16 Ashley Wentzel, 2002-05 13 Megan Amann, 2008-SA 13 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 12 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000 11 Katie Piening, 2001-04 11 Nikki Pucillo, 2001-04 CONSECUTIVE MATCHES 5 Julie Trundle, 10/18/02-11/1/02 4 Leah Eggleton, 9/26/04-10/8/04 4 Leslie Dawley, 10/13/02-10/25/02 3 Six times

MATCH-WINNING ASSISTS SEASON 4 Jill Conover, 2000 4 Leslie Dawley, 2002 4 Julie Trundle, 2005 3 Megan Amann, 2008 3 Julie Trundle, 2004 3 Julie Trundle, 2003 3 Stephanie Heller, 1998 CAREER 12 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 8 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 5 Megan Amann, 2008-SA 5 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 5 Leah Eggleton, 2002-05 5 Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000 5 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 4 Katie Stephenson, 2007-SA 4 Leslie Dawley, 2002 4 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 4 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 4 Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001

6 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98 6 Krista Shamblin at Robert Morris, 10/31/97 5 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02 5 Susan Wallace vs. Valparaiso, 8/29/99 5 Tracy Gleixner vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 5 Paige Suhay vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 SEASON 38 Kristy Coppes, 2004 29 Tracy Gleixner, 1998 26 Samantha Meister, 2003 26 Kristy Coppes, 2002 26 Kristy Coppes, 2001 22 Samantha Meister, 2005 21 Kristy Coppes, 2003 21 Jill Conover, 2000 20 Jill Conover, 1999 19 Michelle Lisy, 1999 18 Julie Trundle, 2002 17 Britt Anderson, 2005 17 Samantha Meister, 2002 16 Corbie Yee, 2008 16 Julie Trundle, 2005 15 Corbie Yee, 2005 CAREER 111 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 73 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 65 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 57 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 51 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 49 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 48 Tracy Gleixner, 1998-2002 48 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000 37 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 32 Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001 29 Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000 28 Leah Eggleton, 2002-05 25 Katie Piening, 2001-04 25 Gina Rossi, 2004-08

POINTS

MATCH 12 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 8 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03 7 Jill Conover vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 7 Kristy Coppes vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01 7 Kerry McKee vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/97 6 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 11/5/04 6 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2010 WOMEN’S SOCCER

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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS CONSECUTIVE MATCHES 7 Julie Trundle, 10/13/02-11/6/02 5 Samantha Meister, 10/11/02-10/25/02 4 Corbie Yee, 9/12/08-9/21/08 4 Julie Trundle, 10/16/05-10/28/05 4 Molly Bremen, 9/26/04-10/8/04 4 Leah Eggleton, 9/26/04-10/8/04 4 Leslie Dawley, 10/13/02-10/25/02 4 Kristy Coppes, 10/7/01-10/21/01 4 Tracy Gleixner, 10/1/98-10/16/98 4 Krista Shamblin, 9/17/98-9/27/98

SHOT ATTEMPTS

MATCH 11 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02 11 Janice Mentrup vs. Niagara, 9/12/99 10 Emily Graham at Kent, 8/29/97 9 Kristy Coppes at Buffalo, 10/17/04 9 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 9 Katie Piening vs. Akron, 10/5/01 9 Autumn Harris vs. Niagara, 9/12/99 9 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98 SEASON 74 Kristy Coppes, 2004 58 Corbie Yee, 2007 55 Samantha Meister, 2004 52 Britt Anderson, 2005 50 Samantha Meister, 2003 50 Michelle Lisy, 1999 49 Tracy Gleixner, 1998 49 Janice Mentrup, 1998 49 Emily Graham, 1997 CAREER 188 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04 181 Samantha Meister, 2002-05 176 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000 166 Corbie Yee, 2005-08 162 Britt Anderson, 2002-05 116 Jill Conover, 1999-2002 100 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000 100 Julie Trundle, 2002-05 98 Mandy Smith, 1998-2001 96 Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001 96 Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000

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MATCHES STARTED SEASON 23 Ali Shingler, 2005 22 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 22 Erika Flanders, 2002 21 Ali Shingler, 2004 21 Ali Shingler, 2003 20 Erika Flanders, 2000 19 Erika Flanders, 2001 17 Alexa Arsenault, 2009 17 Erika Flanders, 1999 CAREER 78 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 65 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 52 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA 15 Christy Zabek, 2005-08 14 Tiffany Hansen, 2006-07 11 Sarah Gawel, 1998-99 11 Kit Gazley, 1997 8 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000

MINUTES PLAYED MATCH 120:00 120:00 120:00 120:00 120:00 120:00 120:00

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Above: Julie Trundle Below: Janice Mentrup

GOALKEEPING RECORDS MATCHES PLAYED SEASON 23 Ali Shingler, 2005 22 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 22 Ali Shingler, 2003 22 Erika Flanders, 2002 21 Ali Shingler, 2004 20 Erika Flanders, 2000 19 Erika Flanders, 2001 18 Alexa Arsenault, 2009 17 Erika Flanders, 1999 CAREER 78 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 70 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 54 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA 27 Christy Zabek, 2005-08 17 Tiffany Hansen, 2006-07 82

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Above: Beth Rieman Below: Stephanie Heller

SEASON 2052:44 Ali Shingler, 2005 2040:18 Erika Flanders, 2002 1979:05 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 1897:13 Ali Shingler, 2003 1858:03 Ali Shingler, 2004 1834:23 Erika Flanders, 2000 1692:05 Erika Flanders, 2001 1517:36 Erika Flanders, 1999 CAREER 7084:22 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 5895:27 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 4702:59 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA 1614:27 Christy Zabek, 2005-08 1061:37 Sarah Gawel, 1998-99 1168:41 Tiffany Hansen, 2006-07 944:26 Kit Gazley, 1997 CONSECUTIVE MINUTES PLAYED 2040:18 Erika Flanders (9/1/02-11/8/02) 1802:55 Ali Shingler (10/3/04-9/16/05) 1541:07 Erika Flanders (10/8/00-9/21/01) 1348:20 Alexa Arsenault (10/7/07-8/31/08) 1185:36 Alexa Arsenault (9/14/08-10/26/08) 750:00 Erika Flanders (9/3/99-10/3/99) 731:46 Ali Shingler (10/17/03-11/9/03) 670:00 Ali Shingler (10/21/05-11/11/05) 607:13 Christy Zabek (10/8/06-10/29/06) 581:57 Ali Shingler (9/5/04-9/26/04) 550:49 Alexa Arsenault (10/9/09-10/25/09) 528:49 Erika Flanders (9/9/00-9/29/00)

SHOTS ON GOAL FACED

MATCH 18 Erika Flanders at Michigan State, 9/2/01 17 Lynette Lasanen at West Virginia, 10/1/97 SEASON 165 Erika Flanders, 2002 160 Erika Flanders, 2001 154 Ali Shingler, 2003 146 Erika Flanders, 2000 141 Ali Shingler, 2004 139 Ali Shingler, 2005

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SAVES

MATCH 17 Erika Flanders at Michigan State, 9/2/01 14 Erika Flanders vs. Ohio State, 10/27/99 13 Lynette Lasanen at West Virginia, 10/1/97 13 Michelle Lisy at Eastern Michigan, 11/3/98 13 Erika Flanders vs. Buffalo, 9/23/01 SEASON 137 Erika Flanders, 2002 127 Erika Flanders, 2001 118 Erika Flanders, 2000 113 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 111 Ali Shingler, 2004 111 Ali Shingler, 2003 109 Ali Shingler, 2005 91 Erika Flanders, 1999 76 Kit Gazley, 1997 CAREER 473 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 334 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 250 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA 76 Kit Gazley, 1997 75 Sarah Gawel, 1998-99 74 Christy Zabek, 2005-08

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE

SEASON (MIN. 800 MINUTES) 0.67 Christy Zabek, 2006 0.68 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 0.82 Alexa Arsenault, 2007

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SAVES PERCENTAGE SEASON (MIN. 800 MINUTES) .883 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 .854 Christy Zabek, 2006 .840 Alexa Arsenault, 2007 .830 Erika Flanders, 2002 .808 Erika Flanders, 2000 .794 Erika Flanders, 2001 .787 Ali Shingler, 2004 .787 Alexa Arsenault, 2009 .784 Ali Shingler, 2005 .760 Kit Gazley, 1997 CAREER (MIN. 1500 MINUTES) .842 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA .792 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 .787 Christy Zabek, 2005-08 .763 Ali Shingler, 2001-05

VICTORIES

SEASON 14 Ali Shingler, 2005 12 Alexa Arsenault, 2008 12 Erika Flanders, 2002 10 Erika Flanders, 2000 8 Ali Shingler, 2004 7 Alexa Arsenault, 2007 7 Ali Shingler, 2003 7 Erika Flanders, 2001 6 Kit Gazley, 1997 5 Tiffany Hansen, 2006 5 Christy Zabek, 2006 5 Erika Flanders, 1999 CAREER 34 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 29 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 23 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA 8 Christy Zabek, 2005-08 6 Kit Gazley, 1997

CAREER 20 Alexa Arsenault, 2007-SA 17 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002 16 Ali Shingler, 2001-05 6 Christy Zabek, 2005-08 5 Tiffany Hansen, 2006-07 2 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES 606:31 Alexa Arsenault, 9/26/08-10/17/08 544:48 Christy Zabek, 9/16/05-10/20/06 432:19 Ali Shingler, 10/2/05-10/21/05 397:40 Ali Shingler, 10/28/05-11/11/05 380:34 Alexa Arsenault, 9/7/08-9/26/08 346:56 Alexa Arsenault, 10/21/07-11/1/07 340:24 Erika Flanders, 9/27/02-10/6/02 268:02 Ali Shingler, 9/26/04-10/10/04 266:55 Erika Flanders, 9/30/01-10/9/01 256:52 Alexa Arsenault, 10/30/08-11/7/08 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES TO BEGIN COLLEGIATE CAREER 544:48 Christy Zabek, 9/16/05-10/20/06

TEAM RECORDS SINGLE MATCH

MOST GOALS 10 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 9 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 7 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/12/08 7 vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 7 vs. Western Michigan, 10/25/02 7 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 MOST GOALS, HALF 5 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 (first) 5 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 (second) 5 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 (first) 5 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 (first) 4 Nine times

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SHUTOUTS (COMPLETEMATCH)

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FASTEST SEVEN GOALS 45:52 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 47:16 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/12/08 49:30 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 49:37 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 51:25 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 FASTEST EIGHT GOALS 51:00 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 54:42 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 63:16 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 63:32 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 FASTEST NINE GOALS 65:02 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 66:33 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 67:56 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 FASTEST 10 GOALS 71:13 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 9 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 7 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/12/08 7 vs. Western Michigan, 10/25/02 7 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 6 vs. Cleveland State, 9/16/05 5 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 5 vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 9/7/97 MOST GOALS ALLOWED 7 at Oakland, 10/12/98 6 Six times MOST GOALS ALLOWED, HALF 5 vs. Detroit, 10/20/99 (2nd) 5 vs. West Virginia, 9/9/98 (2nd) 5 at Indiana, 9/12/97 (2nd) LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 6 vs. Detroit, 10/20/99 6 at Oakland, 10/12/98 6 vs. West Virginia, 9/9/98 6 vs. Northern Illinois, 9/14/97 MOST ASSISTS 13 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 12 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 12 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 7 five times

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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS MOST POINTS 32 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 31 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 26 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 21 vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 21 vs. Western Michigan, 10/25/02 MOST TOTAL SHOTS 46 vs. Niagara, 9/12/99 42 at Kent, 8/29/97 38 at Robert Morris, 10/31/97 36 at Cleveland State, 10/1/04 35 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 35 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 MOST SHOTS ON GOAL 23 at Cleveland State, 10/1/04 20 at Northern Illinois, 10/12/03 19 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 19 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 17 vs. Kent, 8/29/97 17 vs. Niagara, 9/12/99 FEWEST TOTAL SHOTS 0 at Marquette, 8/25/06 2 vs. Michigan State, 9/1/02 2 at Indiana, 9/12/97 FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL 0 at Ohio State, 8/21/09 0 at Marquette, 8/25/06 0 at Ball State, 9/30/05 1 15 times MOST OPPONENT TOTAL SHOTS 44 by Indiana, 9/12/97 MOST OPPONENT SHOTS ON GOAL 21 by West Virginia, 9/9/98 19 by Indiana, 9/12/97 FEWEST OPPONENT TOTAL SHOTS 1 by Miami, 10/8/04 2 by Detroit, 9/4/09 2 by Akron, 10/3/04 2 by Western Michigan, 11/3/00 3 by Detroit, 9/19/08 3 by Cleveland State, 9/16/05

FEWEST OPPONENT SHOTS ON GOAL 0 by Miami, 10/8/04 1 seven times 2 11 times 3 13 times MOST SAVES 17 at Michigan State, 9/2/01 MOST CORNER KICKS 17 vs. Ohio, 9/17/04 17 vs. Western Illinois, 9/5/98 MOST FOULS 29 vs. Michigan State, 10/29/97 FEWEST FOULS 2 at Marquette, 8/25/06 3 four times MOST OPPONENT FOULS 31 by Michigan State, 10/29/97 FEWEST OPPONENT FOULS 1 by Western Illinois, 9/5/98

SEASON / ALL-TIME MOST WINS 14, 2005 12, 2008 12, 2002 FEWEST WINS 5, 1999 5, 2009 HIGHEST WINNING PCT. .652 (14-7-2), 2005 .636 (12-6-4), 2008 .591 (12-8-2), 2002 LOWEST WINNING PCT. .325 (5-12-3), 2009 .333 (6-12-0), 1997 MOST LOSSES 12, 2009 12, 2004 12, 2003 12, 1997

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FEWEST LOSSES 6, 2008 7, 2005 8, 2002 MOST HOME WINS 8, 2008 7, 2006 7, 2005 5, 2007 5, 2002 FEWEST HOME WINS 3, 2004 3, 2003 3, 2000 MOST ROAD WINS 6, 2005 6, 2002 FEWEST ROAD WINS 1, 2009 1, 1999 CONSECUTIVE WINS 8, 10/2/05-10/28/05 5, 10/21/07-11/4/07 4, 9/12/08-9/21/08 3, nine times CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS 7, 9/12/08-10/26/08 6, 9/11/05-10/16/05 4, 8/27/99-9/15/99 CONSECUTIVE ROAD WINS 4, 10/2/05-10/28/05 3, 9/15/00-9/24/00 CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 7, three times CONSECUTIVE HOME LOSSES 10, 9/21/99-10/6/00 CONSECUTIVE ROAD LOSSES 8, 9/3/97-10/11/97

UNBEATEN STREAK 11, 10/2/05-11/6/05 (9-0-2) 7, 10/21/07-11/11/08 (5-0-2) 6, 9/5/08-9/21/08 5, three times HOME UNBEATEN STREAK 11, 9/12/08-9/6/09 (10-0-1) 10, 9/11/05-9/1/06 (8-0-2) CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES 606:31 (9/26/08-10/17/08) 445:03 (10/2/05-10/21/05) 425:34 (9/7/08-9/26/08) 397:40 (10/28/05-11/11/05) 346:56 (10/21/07-11/1/07) 340:24 (9/27/02-10/6/02) 288:51 (10/8/06-10/20/06) 266:51 (10/1/04-10/10/04) 266:33 (10/6/00-10/15/00) 259:08 (9/3/06-9/15/06) CONSEC. SHUTOUT MINUTES, HOME 946:02 (9/11/05-9/3/06) 687:50 (8/31/08-10/30/08)

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ATTENDANCE RECORDS

LARGEST HOME CROWD 700 vs. Buffalo, 11/6/02 LARGEST ROAD CROWD 2,385 at Toledo, 9/20/97 LARGEST NEUTRAL-SITE CROWD 1,530 vs. Michigan State, 11/11/05 (NCAA Tournament at Notre Dame, Ind.)

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