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2013 MEDIA GUIDE


2013 MIZZOU SOCCER TEAM

Front Row (L-R): Erin Webb, Kaysie Clark, Taylor Grant, Danielle Nottingham, Alyssa Diggs, Sarah Thune, Dominique Richardson, Brooke Williams, Lauren Flynn, Brittany Conley, Brittanee Randle and Lauren Selaiden.

Back Row: Jasmine Johnson, Macee Blanchard, Kaz James, Loudell Crumpler, McKenzie Sauerwein, Kristen Rivers, Candace Johnson, Jessica Herrman, Reagan Russell, Melanie Donaldson and KC Morris.


2013 INTRODUCTION Media Information ................................. 2 Quick Facts........................................... 3 Athletic Administration .......................... 4 Athletic Directory .................................. 5 University Administration ...................... 6 Soccer Terminology .............................. 7 Schedule............................................... 8 COACHING STAFF Bryan Blitz ..................................... 10-11 Brian Dooley / Katie Ely ...................... 12 Support Staff..................................13-14 2013 TIGERS 2013 Tigers ....................................16-17 Sarah Thune ....................................... 18 Alyssa Diggs ....................................... 19 Danielle Nottingham ........................... 20

Dominique Richardson ....................... 21 Brooke Williams .................................. 22 McKenzie Sauerwein .......................... 23 Kaysie Clark ....................................... 24 Taylor Grant ........................................ 25 Brittany Conley ................................... 26 Lauren Flynn....................................... 27 Brittanee Randle ................................. 28 Macee Blanchard................................ 29 Kaz James .......................................... 30 Candace Johnson............................... 31 Reagan Russell .................................. 32 Loudell Crumpler / Jessica Herrman .. 33 Melanie Donaldson / Rachel Hignett .. 34 Jasmine Johnson / KC Morris............. 35 Kristen Rivers / Lauren Selaiden ........ 36 Erin Webb ........................................... 37 Radio / TV Roster ............................... 38

2013 OPPONENTS Southeastern Conference................... 40 All-Time Series Records ................41-44 MIZZOU SOCCER 2012 in Review ..............................46-48 Career Records .............................49-50 Season Records ............................51-52 Team Records ...............................53-54 Year-by-Year Leaders ....................55-56 Individual Honors ...........................57-59 All-Time Letterwinners ........................ 60 All-Time Roster ................................... 61 NCAA History.................................62-64 Program History.............................65-73 Year-by-Year Results .....................74-76

CREDITS: The 2013 Mizzou Soccer Media Guide was written, designed and edited by Associate Director of Strategic Communications Kate Lakin. Covers designed by Kate Lakin. Photos provided by Clayton Hotze, Dak Dillon, Ben Walton and the Mizzou Strategic Communications archives. Printing provided by Walsworth Publishing with special assistance from Jenny Shoemaker.


MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIAL REQUESTS Direct all Missouri home game credential requests to Athletic Strategic Communications, University of Missouri, Box 677, Columbia, MO 65205. Media can also request credentials through e-mail, by sending a message to Associate Director of Media Relations Kate Lakin. Requests should be made at least one week prior to the game.

MISSOURI ATHLETIC STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

MEDIA RELATIONS The Media Relations offices are on the third floor of the Hearnes Center. Easiest access is through the West Entrance.

F.Y.I. The MU Strategic Communications Office will provide rosters and game notes and for the Tigers and for opponents (when available) at each home game. Starting lineups will be available in the Audrey J. Walton Track - Soccer Field - Stadium press box 10 minutes before game time.

CHAD MOLLER Associate AD Football, Department Spokesperson

DAVE REITER Assistant AD Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf

KATE LAKIN Associate Director Soccer, Tennis, Swimming & Diving

SHAWN DAVIS Assistant Director Volleyball, Baseball

PATRICK CRAWFORD Assistant Director Softball, Football

JENNY DEWAR Assistant Director Women’s Basketball, Gymnastics, Women’s Golf

INTERVIEWS Members of the 2013 Missouri soccer team and coaching staff will be available for interviews by appointment only. In consideration for the student-athletes and their schedules, please request player interviews at least one day in advance. During the week, interviews will primarily be conducted following practice. Please contact Kate Lakin in the Missouri Media Relations Office at (573) 882-2531 or lakinke@ missouri.edu for interview availability and practice times. University of Missouri policy prohibits the releasing of student-athletes’ home phone numbers to members of the media.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS Coach Blitz will conduct post-game interviews in a designated area after a brief cooling-off period. A list of requests for player interviews should be submitted 15 minutes before the completion of the game. Player interviews will be conducted immediately following Coach Blitz’s remarks. Only credentialed media personnel will be permitted onto the soccer field.

SEASON TICKET INFORMATION For information on how to purchase soccer season tickets, call the University of Missouri ticket office at 1-800-CAT-PAWS or 884PAWS in Columbia. Ticket order forms may also be obtained by visiting Mizzou’s official website at www.mutigers.com. Missouri soccer is expecting an exciting home slate, with non-conference games against Pacific, SEMO and Eastern Illinois. The Tigers also host Southeastern Conference foes Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Auburn and Tennessee.

MISSOURI ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Media Relations Main Phone 573-882-3241 Media Relations Fax 573-882-4720 Mailing Address: 260 Hearnes Center 600 Stadium Blvd.

Columbia, MO 65211

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2012 QUICK FACTS MISSOURI INFORMATION Location ____________________________________ Columbia, Mo. Founded __________________________________________ 1839 Enrollment ________________________________________ 33,800 Nickname_________________________________________ Tigers Colors ____________________________________ Gold and Black Home Arena (cap.) ___________ Audrey J. Walton Stadium (2,500) Affiliation __________________________________NCAA Division I Conference __________________________________Southeastern President (UM System) _____________________ Timothy M. Wolfe Chancellor ________________________________Dr. Brady Deaton Athletic Director _________________________________Mike Alden Senior Associate AD/SWA ____________________ Sarah Reesman Ticket Office Phone ________________________ 1-800-CAT-PAWS COACHING STAFF Head Coach___________________________________ Bryan Blitz Alma Mater ___________________________________Tulsa, 1987 Record at School ________________________ 188-149-18 (17 yrs) Career Record __________________________ 233-193-26 (22 yrs) Best Way To Contact __________________ through media relations Office Phone _______________________________(573) 884-7914 E-Mail ________________________________blitzb@missouri.edu Associate Head Coach _________________________Brian Dooley Alma Mater ________________________Nova Southeastern, 1987 Office Phone _______________________________(573) 884-7951 E-Mail _____________________________dooleydb@missouri.edu Assistant Coach__________________________________ Katie Ely Alma Matter _________________________________Fairfield, 2007 Office Phone _______________________________(573) 884-1346 E-Mail ________________________________elyka@missouri.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Record ______________________________________14-7-1 2012 SEC Record/Finish ____________________________ 8-5/5th Letterwinners Returning/Lost___________________________ 15/5 Starters Returning/Lost ________________________________ 8/3 Newcomers ___________________________________________ 7 PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Soccer __________________________________ 1996 Overall Record_________________________________188-149-18 NCAA Appearance/Last _____________________________ 5/2012 STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS - MEDIA Associate Director (soccer contact) _________________ Kate Lakin Office Phone _______________________________(573) 884-8519 Cell Phone _________________________________(573) 356-6114 E-Mail ______________________________ lakinke@missouri.edu Associate AD _________________________________ Chad Moller Assistant AD _________________________________ Dave Reiter Assistant Director ____________________________ Shawn Davis Assistant Director ____________________________ Jenny Dewar Assistant Director __________________________Patrick Crawford Graduate Assistant ____________________________ Sam Rinkus Office Fax _________________________________(573) 882-4720 Shipping Address_________________________________ Box 677 Hearnes Center 600 Stadium Blvd. Columbia, MO 65211

MISSOURI MEDIA OUTLETS Columbia Daily Tribune P.O. Box 798 Columbia, MO 65205 888-203-5572 FAX: 573-815-1701

The Maneater A047 Brady Commons University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211 573-882-5500 FAX: 573-882-5550

TELEVISION

Columbia Missourian P.O. Box 917 Columbia, MO 65205 573-882-5726 FAX: 573-882-5702

Associated Press 215 W. Pershing Road, #221 Kansas City, MO 64108 816-421-4846 FAX: 816-421-3590

KMIZ-TV (Ch. 17/ABC) 501 Business Loop 70 E. Columbia, MO 65201 573-449-0917 FAX: 573-875-7078

Kansas City Star 1729 Grand Kansas City, MO 64108 816-234-4355 FAX: 816-234-4360

Associated Press 900 Tucker St. Louis, MO 63101 314-241-2496 FAX: 314-421-1734

KRCG-TV (Ch. 13/CBS) P.O. Box 659 Jefferson City, MO 65102 573-896-5144 FAX: 573-896-5193

St. Louis Post Dispatch 900 N. Tucker St. Louis, MO 63101 314-340-8170 FAX: 314-340-3070

Springfield News-Leader 651 Boonville Springfield, MO 65806 417-836-1190 FAX: 417-837-1381

Fox Sports Midwest 700 St. Louis Union Station Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63103 314-421-0014 FAX: 314-421-2335

PRINT

KOMU-TV (Ch. 8/NBC) Highway 63 South Columbia, MO 65201 573.884.6397 FAX: 573-884-5353

RADIO

KBIA Radio (91.3 FM) 409 Jesse Hall The University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211 573-882-3431 KFRU/KPLA Radio (1400 AM/101.5 FM) 503 Old Highway 63 North Columbia, MO 65201 573-442-3116 FAX: 573-449-7770 KTGR Radio (1580 AM) 3215 LeMone Industrial Blvd. Columbia, MO 65201 573-875-1099 FAX: 573-875-2439 Tiger Network (MU Radio) Learfield Communications P.O. Box 104180, Jefferson City, MO 65110-4180 573-893-7200

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION Director of Athletics Michael Alden Mike Alden has been at the helm of Missouri athletics since 1998 and it’s no shock his tenure has produced the most comprehensive run of athletic and academic success in school history. History-making landmarks have occurred each year under Alden’s watch and while each event has been significant, few were as impactful as Missouri’s transition into the Southeastern Conference in July 2012. A former student-athlete, coach and current President of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics with family roots in Central Missouri, Alden has always understood the importance of Mizzou to the entire state of Missouri and helped usher in a new era with that move to the SEC, which has resulted in record-breaking facility growth, ticket sales and fan/alumni interest. In 2013-14 Missouri begins its second season in the SEC and comes after 14of-20 sport programs advanced to NCAA postseason play. While Mizzou maintained its competitive excellence on the field of competition, Tiger student-athletes continued to soar in the classroom ranking among Southeastern Conference leaders in both Graduation Success Rates and Academic Progress Rates. That surge is a stark contrast from how Missouri looked prior to Alden’s arrival in 1998. When the West Chicago, Ill., native took charge Mizzou ranked near the bottom of the league in on-field success, facility development and fund-raising. Since beginning his 16-year stint in Columbia however, Alden has seen several programs rise to the level of national championship contenders, highlighted by conference championships in football, men’s basketball, soccer, softball, baseball and wrestling, including three league titles in 2011-12. Last season the Tiger Wrestling squad won its first Mid-American Conference crown and the Tiger Softball team battled to the championship game of the SEC Tournament and advanced to NCAA Super Regional action for the sixth consecutive year. In

addition, Mizzou’s Women’s Basketball program advanced to postseason play for the first time since 2007 and Mizzou Basketball, one of college basketball’s winningest programs over the past five seasons now owns the longest active NCAA Tournament streak in the SEC. While conference affiliation fueled uncertainty for many institutions, Alden and his staff helped secure the second largest donation in the history of the University of Missouri, a $30 million gift in 2012 courtesy of the Kansas City Sports Trust, kick-starting an incredible $200 million facility improvement plan. The support and growth didn’t stop there. In 2013 Alden and his team also cultivated singular donations of $6.4M and $8.3M to continue moving Missouri Athletics into the next phase of its facility growth plan and the aggressive recruitment of supporters has the plan impacting nearly all of Missouri’s 20 varsity sports teams, including a renovation to Memorial Stadium, which will make the home of Tiger Football one of the finest in America. Through capital campaign efforts, Alden has overseen over $265 million in private gifts for Tiger Athletics. Alden has incorporated three core values into the mission of intercollegiate athletics at Missouri. The mission statement of “Preparing Champions for Life through Academic Integrity, Social Responsibility and Competitive Excellence” has guided Missouri in becoming one of America’s most wellregarded and visible athletics programs. Last season Missouri ranked No. 2 in the SEC in graduation and Academic Progress Rates, while the overall health of MU’s athletics programs is at an all-time high. Each year Missouri is able to tout the impressive classroom performances of its studentathletes and annually receives academic recognition from the NCAA. Socially, Missouri student-athletes have seen tremendous growth, from coach and student-athlete involvement with Big Brothers-Big Sisters and The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri , to local children’s hospitals and Habitat for Humanity. Missouri Athletics not only makes an impact on the playing fields, but in the lives of the community it serves. In addition, Mizzou Athletics is heavily involved in the United Way and prides itself on having 100% involvement from its department each fall. Athletically, it’s hard to argue Mizzou’s

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advancement on the national scene. The Tigers saw 14-of-20 sports have representation in postseason competition during 2012-13, highlighted by league championships, NCAA postseason success and All-America award winners. While Missouri set a school record with eight teams finishing among the Top 25 of their respective sports in 2009, Mizzou has enjoyed 78 Top 25 team finishes at NCAA Championships under Alden’s watch (an average of 5.2 per year). Prior to his arrival, the most Top 25 finishes for Missouri in a single season was just three. Alden’s legacy will transcend his program’s consistent success in the classroom, socially and in competition. Upon his appointment as Director of Athletics in 1998, Missouri faced an uncertain future as it entered the Big 12 Conference era. Competing with an annual budget of just $13.7 million at the time of his arrival, Alden has grown Missouri’s operating fortunes to a record $ 74 million and has added state-of-the art facilities and amenities at nearly every venue in the Sports Park at Mizzou. Overall, Alden has helped lead a record $233.2 million facility resurgence for MU athletics since his arrival and Mizzou is currently in the midst of a new $200 million facility project following the 2012 move into the SEC. Highly regarded by his peers, Alden’s success at Missouri has earned him national notoriety amongst the NCAA hierarchy. He has helped to drive policy that has not only shaped the current landscape of intercollegiate athletics, but has paved the way for the future growth of college sports as a whole. A few of Alden’s NCAA leadership committees include: • NCAA Leadership Council (Past Chair) • National Association of College Directors of Athletics (President) • Division I Athletic Directors Association Board of Directors ( Past President) • NCAA Management Council • NCAAChampionship/Competition Cabinet • NCAA Oversight and Monitoring Group Alden and his wife, Roxanne (Rockie), have a son, Jake (18) who is a freshman at Purdue University.


ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT Timothy M. Wolfe

CHANCELLOR Dr. Brady Deaton

BOARD OF CURATORS Wayne Goode St. Louis Chairman Don M. Downing Webster Groves Vice Chairman David R. Bradley St. Joseph Ann K. Covington Columbia Donald L. Cupps Cassville

ADMINISTRATION .......................................................................................................................PHONE (573) Director of Athletics: Michael Alden .................................................................882-2055 Deputy Athletic Director: Doug Gillin ...............................................................884-6428 Executive Associate AD/SWA: Sarah Reesman ..............................................884-6428 Executive Associate AD/Operations: Tim Hickman .........................................884-6428 Executive Associate AD/Student Services: Bryan Maggard ............................882-7337 Senior Associate AD/Compliance: Mary Austin ...............................................882-0706 Associate AD/Development: Sarah Baumgartner............................................882-5188 Associate AD/Academic Services: Tami Chievous ..........................................882-0707 Asociate AD/Compliance: Mitzi Clayton ..........................................................882-2284 Associate AD/Ticket Operations: Marty Finn ...................................................882-6160 Associate AD/External Operations & Content: Andrew Grinch ........................882-7826 Associate AD/Business: Kevin Hayward .........................................................884-1412 Associate AD/Athletic Performance: Pat Ivey ..................................................882-6791 Associate AD/Student-Athlete Development: Kim Lambert .............................882-7720 Associate AD/Facility Operations& Event Management: Colleen Lamond......882-2249 Associate AD/Strategic Communications: Chad Moller ...................................882-0712 Associate AD/Academic Services: Joe Scogin ................................................884-7921 Associate AD/Sports Medicine: Rex Sharp .....................................................884-0639 Assistant AD/Development: T.J. Leon .............................................................884-0580 Assistant AD/External Engagement: Carly Northup ........................................884-6475 Assistant AD/Marketing: Scott Orscheln ..........................................................882-0713 Assistant AD/Strategic Communications: Dave Reiter ....................................884-2437 Director of Development - Major Gifts: Brandon Barnes .................................882-7182 Director of Equipment Operations: Don Barnes ..............................................882-2065 Director of Production: Dave Bartlett ...............................................................884-8889 Director of Facilities and Events: Daryle Bascom............................................884-2412 Director of Strength & Conditioning: Scott Bird ...............................................884-0106 Director of Development - Annual Giving: Jon Burkett ....................................882-0176 Director of Event Management: Derek Doolittle ..............................................882-5909 Director of Sports Nutrition: Jana Heitmeyer ...................................................882-9820 Director of Human Resources: Dan Kerner .....................................................882-2065 Director of Sports Psychology: Rick McGuire..................................................882-0727 Director of Development - External Engagement: Ashley Moore ....................882-7138 Director of Enhanced Learning: Maria Moreno-Pardo .....................................882-2113 Director of Basketball Stength & Conditioning: Todor Pandov ........................884-7039 Director of Mizzou Network: Stan Silvey .........................................................884-6840 Director of Development - Capital Gifts/Major Gifts: Nico Yantko....................882-0921

Pamela Quigg Henrickson Jefferson City John R. Phillips Kansas City J. Michael Ponder Cape Girardeau David L. Steward St. Louis Amy Johnson UMKC Student Representative

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

Timothy M. Wolfe

Dr. Brady J. Deaton

President

Chancellor

Timothy M. Wolfe is the 23rd president of the four-campus University of Missouri System—one of the nation’s largest public research university systems with more than 75,000 students and nearly a half million alumni worldwide. Since joining the university in 2012, Mr. Wolfe’s top priorities have included increasing overall awareness of the role the system’s four campuses play in advancing the education, economy, health, innovation, arts, culture and the overall quality of life across the state of Missouri; leading the campuses in a strategic planning process that sets a clear strategy for success in the next five to ten years; finding and implementing opportunities for more efficiencies across the system; investing in the university’s human capital and expanding research and economic development initiatives. Part of his success in leading the university forward is due to Mr. Wolfe’s recognized leadership in recruiting, building and leading successful teams by creating innovative strategies and clear execution plans across complex enterprises. He has more than 30 years of experience in information technology, infrastructure software, consulting and sales leadership. He began his career in 1980 at IBM Corporation in Missouri, first as a sales representative in Jefferson City then as a manager in Kansas City. For the next 20 years, he assumed progressively more responsible management positions, leading to vice president and general manager of the global distribution sector. From 2000 to 2003, Mr. Wolfe served as executive vice president of Covansys, a global consulting and technology services company headquartered in Michigan. In 2003, he joined Novell, a leading provider of infrastructure software. As President of the Americas and as a member of the senior management team for the organization, he was responsible for more than 3,000 employees and partner firms in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Wolfe was influential in developing the company’s overall strategy, product development, mergers and acquisitions, marketing investments and community service initiatives. Mr. Wolfe grew up in Columbia, and is an alumnus of the University of Missouri-Columbia, graduating in 1980 with a BS from the Trulaske College of Business. In 1995, he graduated from Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. Mr. Wolfe serves on several academic and civic boards and is married to Molly Wolfe. They have twin teenagers, daughter, Madison, and son, Tyler.

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Chancellor Brady J. Deaton became the 21st chief executive officer of the University of Missouri-Columbia on October 4, 2004. With 41 years of experience in public higher education, Dr. Deaton brings an international perspective and a record of national leadership to his position. Dr. Deaton began his journey in higher education as a student at the University of Kentucky, where he graduated with a degree in agricultural economics in 1966. Growing up as the second of nine children of a hardworking farm family in Kentucky and furthered by his participation in 4-H, he developed a love of the land and a desire to study agriculture. His dedication deepened during a two-year tour as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nan, Thailand, from 1962-1964, where he taught vocational agriculture in the Thai language. After receiving his bachelor’s degree, Dr. Deaton pursued a master of arts in diplomacy and international commerce at the University of Kentucky, graduating in 1968. He went on to the University of Wisconsin where he earned a master of science in 1970 and a doctorate in 1972 in agricultural economics. Moving from the student to the faculty ranks, Dr. Deaton spent the next six years as an assistant and associate professor of agricultural economics and rural sociology at the University of Tennessee. During this time at Tennessee, he was appointed as staff director of the Special Task Force on Food for Peace for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. In 1978, Dr. Deaton took a professorship position at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the Department of Agricultural Economics, where he also served as coordinator of the rural development research and extension program. Dr. Deaton spent 12 years at Virginia Tech, the last four as associate director of the Office for International Development. In March of 1989, he joined the University of Missouri-Columbia as professor and chair in the Agricultural Economics Department and as Social Science Unit leader. He transitioned from faculty to administration in December 1993, when he was appointed chief of staff in the Office of the Chancellor. He became deputy chancellor in 1997. In January 1998, Dr. Deaton was appointed interim provost and was named to the permanent position in October of that year. His duties were expanded in 2001 when he also became the executive vice chancellor for academic affairs. A strong proponent of the University’s role on the global stage, Dr. Deaton was instrumental as the sponsor of the Big 12 Provosts’ delegation to the European Union. Chancellor Deaton and his wife, Dr. Anne Deaton, are the parents of four grown children and the grandparents of five grandsons and two granddaughters.


SOCCER TERMINOLOGY Kickoff: A place kick taken from the center spot to start the match and the second half or restart play after a goal has been scored. Opposing players must remain outside of the center circle until the ball is in play. A goal may be scored directly from a kickoff. Halfway Line: The line drawn across the center of the field, parallel with the goal line, and separating the attacking and defending zones. Also called the center line. Referee: The official in complete control of the soccer match who is assisted by two linesmen. Linesmen: The two officials who assist the referee. The linesmen patrol the touchlines and carry flags to signal the referee when a ball has gone out-of-bounds, an offside or a foul has been committed that the referee missed. Touchlines: The boundary lines at each side of the field. If a ball goes completely over the touchline, play is stopped and restarted by a throw-in from the place where it went out-ofbounds. Also called sidelines. Forward: Players who function primarily in the attacking third of the field and whose main responsibility is to score goals. Midfielder: Players who function primarily in the central part of the field and whose main responsibility is to link the defense and attack. There are three types of midfielders: defending, outside and attacking. Defender/Back: Players forming the last line of defense, immediately in front of the goalkeeper. Their main job is to stop attacks on goal. Also called fullbacks. Goalkeeper: A team’s last line of defense. Primary responsibility is to prevent the opponent’s ball from entering the goal. The only player allowed to use her hands, provided she is within the penalty area. Save: A successful effort by the goalkeeper to prevent a possible score by stopping or deflecting a ball aimed at the goal. Goal: The eight-yard wide by eight-foot-high area into which players must send the ball into in order to score. Two goalposts, a crossbar and netting form the goal.

Penalty Area: An 18-by-44-yard box located directly in front of each goal. The goalkeeper may handle the ball in this area. Penalty Kick: A direct free kick taken from the penalty spot. It is awarded to the attacking team if a defender commits a major offense within her own penalty area. Except for the goalkeeper, who must remain between the goalposts on the goal line when the kick is being taken, all players must be outside the penalty area until the ball is in play. Goal Kick: A place kick taken from the goal area by a member of the defending team when the ball goes out-of-bounds across the goal line and was last touched by the attacking team. All opposing players must stay outside the penalty area until the ball is in play. A goal cannot be scored directly from a goal kick. Free Kick: A place kick awarded to a team when a player of the opposing team is penalized. A free kick is either a direct kick, called for a serious offense, or an indirect free kick, called for a minor infraction. Players on the offending team must remain 10 yards away from the ball until it is put into play, unless they are on their own goal line between goal posts. Direct Free Kick: A free kick that may score a goal directly without the ball first being touched by another player. Also a specific penalty called for fouls and misconduct. Indirect Free Kick: A free kick that cannot score a goal without the ball first being touched by a player other than the kicker. Also a specific penalty called for a minor infraction. Corner Kick: A direct free kick taken from a corner area by a member of the attacking team after the ball goes out-of-bounds across the endline and was last touched by a member of the defending team.

Dropped Ball: Used to restart the game after a temporary stoppage of play due to an infraction other than a foul. The referee drops the ball onto the ground between two opposing players. Play restarts when the ball touches the ground. Obstruction: Deliberately impeding the progress of an opponent instead of playing the ball. Penalty is a indirect free kick. Offside: A player is offside when she is between her opponent’s goal line and the ball at the moment the ball is played unless she is in her own half of the field, at least two opponents (including the goalkeeper) are nearer their own goal line than she is or she received the ball directly from a corner kick, goal kick, throw-in or drop-ball situation. The penalty is an indirect free kick. Throw-In: The method of putting the ball back into play after it has gone out-of-bounds over the touchline. A member of the team defending the team that last touched the ball must throw it onto the field from over her head, using both hands and keeping a part of each foot on the ground either behind or on the touchline. The ball is thrown in from the point where it went out-of-bounds. A goal cannot be scored directly from a throw-in. Caution (Yellow Card): A disiplinary action taken by the referee, signaled with a yellow card and officially recorded, against a player guilty of misconduct. A second offense warrants ejection from the match (red card). Ejection (Red Card): Sending a player off the field. A disciplinary action taken by the referee, signaled with a red card and officially recorded, against a player guilty of a personal foul. Usually results in expulsion from at least one future match.

Wall: A human barrier used to aid the goalkeeper in defending against free kicks. Players may line up 10 or more yards from the ball to form a barrier between the kicker and the goal. Handball: A major violation, the intentional use of the hands other than by a goalkeeper. The penalty is a direct free kick.

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2013 SCHEDULE DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

SATURDAY

AUG. 17

SMU (EXHIBITION)

COLUMBIA, MO.

6:30 P.M.

FRIDAY

AUG. 23

PACIFIC

COLUMBIA, MO.

6:30 P.M.

Sunday

Aug. 25

at Memphis

Memphis, Tenn.

FRIDAY

AUG. 30

SEMO

COLUMBIA, MO.

6:30 P.M.

Sunday

Sept. 1

at UMKC

St. Louis, Mo.

6:30 p.m.

1 p.m.

Texas A&M Tournament Friday

Sept. 6

vs. Baylor

College Station, Texas

4 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 8

vs. San Diego

College Station, Texas

11 a.m.

FRIDAY

SEPT. 13

EASTERN ILLINOIS

COLUMBIA, MO.

7:30 P.M.

Sunday

Sept. 15

at Portland

Portland, Ore.

4:30 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 20

at Mississippi State*

Starkville, Miss.

FRIDAY

SEPT. 27

GEORGIA*

COLUMBIA, MO.

6:30 P.M.

SUNDAY

SEPT. 29

FLORIDA*

COLUMBIA, MO.

1 P.M.

Friday

Oct. 4

at Vanderbilt*

Nashville, Tenn.

7 p.m.

SUNDAY

OCT. 6

TEXAS A&M*

COLUMBIA, MO.

1 P.M.

Friday

Oct. 11

at LSU*

Baton Rouge, La.

7 p.m.

FRIDAY

OCT. 18

SOUTH CAROLINA*

COLUMBIA, MO.

6:30 P.M.

SUNDAY

OCT. 20

AUBURN*

COLUMBIA, MO.

1 P.M.

Friday

Oct. 25

at Kentucky*

Lexington, Ky.

SUNDAY

OCT. 27

TENNESSEE*

COLUMBIA, MO.

1 P.M.

Thursday

Oct. 31

at Arkansas*

Fayetteville, Ark.

7 p.m.

All times Central * Southeastern Conference Opponents

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7 p.m.

6:30 p.m.


COACHING STAFF


COACHING STAFF

BRYAN BLITZ Head Coach • 18th season Overall Record: 233-193-26 Mizzou Record: 188-149-18 Tulsa (1987) Bryan Blitz begins his 18th season at the helm of the Tigers soccer program and enters 2013 with a 188-149-18 record at Missouri since he was hired as the program’s first head coach in 1996. A dedicated coach, there is little time off the field when he is not working to improve his team. Making an immediate impact to the program with his stellar recruiting techniques, Blitz has set a standard by enlisting some of the nation’s top players each season. In the program’s first season in the Southeastern Conference, Blitz led the Tigers to a 14-7-1 season and their fifth NCAA Tournament berth. The squad’s 14 wins tie for the second-most in a single-season. Mizzou also recorded an 8-5 SEC mark and advanced to the semifinals of the SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. After a 7-10-2 season in 2010, Blitz led the Tigers to a 12-8-1 record in 2011 despite 13 players who were new to the program. Mizzou set a new program record for non-conference winning percentage (.909) during the year and tied the team’s consecutive wins record (seven). In 2009 Missouri reached new highs as the team claimed the Big 12 Regular Season title for the first time in school history. Blitz was honored as the Big 12 Coach of the Year for his work to mark the second time in his career he earned the honor. In 2008 when the Tigers had arguably their most successful season in program history. Blitz directed his team to a 16-5-2 mark, the Big 12 Conference Tournament championship and into the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season. Over the course of the year, Mizzou set school records with wins (16), fewest losses (five), shutouts (12), fewest goals allowed (19) and goals against average (0.80), among others. The Tigers advanced once again to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, an event Missouri hosted for the fourth time, but fell to Illinois in a penalty kick shootout after 110 minutes of play. In 2007, Blitz directed his young Mizzou squad to a 13-8-1 record and the third NCAA Tournament berth in program history. Playing once again at friendly Walton Stadium, Mizzou advanced to the second round of the tournament for just the second time after defeating Southeast Missouri State (SEMO) in a shootout. The Tigers came up just short in the second round, falling to eventual national champion USC, 1-0, in overtime. Over the course of the season, Missouri reached No. 5 in the national rankings, its highest-ever, and received unprecedented accolades from the Big 12 Conference. Freshman Alysha Bonnick became the first Tiger to earn a post-season award after winning Big 12 Rookie of the Year honors and Blitz was honored as the Big 12 Coach of the Year. Additionally, sophomore Kristin Andrighetto was just the second Missouri player to earn a spot on the All-Big 12 first team. Four Tigers were named to the second team and three players were

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selected to the All-Newcomer team. On the national level, Andrighetto earned All-America fourth team honors from Soccer Buzz and Bonnick was a Freshman All-America second team selection from two different publications. In his first year with Missouri, Blitz began putting his skills to the test during the inaugural season of Tiger women’s soccer. MU finished the year 6-14 and 4-5 in league play. The Tigers continued to improve under Blitz’s tutelage and logged a 7-12 record, going 3-7 in Big 12 play during the following season. Missouri’s second year also saw the national spotlight as Jennifer Kram was named to the Soccer America National Collegiate Team of the Week—MU’s first national recognition. The accolades would not stop there however as Mizzou placed two athletes, Nikki Thole (third team) and Kristin Boeker (honorable mention) to the Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America team. In 1998, Blitz led Missouri to its first winning season going 11-9-1 and 6-5 in the Big 12. The Tigers also placed Thole and Boeker to All-


COACHING STAFF Big 12 teams and had five athletes (Thole, Boeker, Jackie Adamec, Amy Timmermann and Erin Grimsley) honored as all-tournament team members. MU’s fourth season proved to be a record-setting campaign for the Tigers as Blitz led Missouri to a 14-8-1 season record and posted a 6-3-1 Big 12 mark in 1999. The Tigers also advanced to their first NCAA Tournament. The Tigers fell to Marquette in their national post-season debut, but put forth a strong showing as they took the Golden Eagles to a 3-2 quadruple overtime loss. Despite the loss, Blitz coached his athletes to an astounding season. Thole received All-America accolades from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), SoccerBuzz and College Soccer Online. By 2000, Blitz had conditioned his squad into a fine tuned machine. The Tigers earned their highest ranking in the NSCAA poll after defeating No. 18 ranked Florida State and No. 12 ranked Wake Forest in back-to-back games to win a 12th-place ranking. The Tigers split the season 10-10 with a 5-5 Big 12 record. In 2001, Blitz reloaded the Tiger program known for its physical intensity with nine newcomers. The young squad quickly made its mark going 13-8, with a 5-5 Big 12 mark, and set a new precedent with six shutouts on the season. In addition, the Tigers defended their first perfect game in school history outshooting Indiana State 34-0 on their way to a 4-0 victory. In 2002 the Tigers posted an 11-7-2 record with a 5-4-1 mark in the Big 12 to finish fourth in league standings. The season proved arduous as the Tigers played a record six overtime games during the year. Mizzou had two athletes named to the SoccerBuzz All-Central Region teams in Lacy Moore and Jennifer Nobis. Keeping stride in 2003, Blitz successfully navigated his squad through one of the toughest schedules in the country. Facing 10 opponents ranked in the nation’s top-25 at some point during the season, Mizzou made a late season rally advancing to both the Big 12 Tournament championship final and the NCAA second round. Highlighting the push, the Tigers overcame the odds to record an amazing come-from-behind victory over No. 4 ranked Texas A&M (5-4). Mizzou also picked up the program’s first win over No. 22 Nebraska rolling the Huskers ,3-2, during Big 12 Tournament play. Rounding out the season with a 12-11-1 record and an eighth-place Big 12 finish, the Tiger’s made history as the first No. 8 seed to claim a victory during Big 12 Tournament play. In 2004, Blitz led the Tigers to a sixth-place finish in the Big 12. Mizzou defeated two ranked teams in 2004, including then-No. 6 ranked Texas A&M, recording the program’s first-ever win in College Station, Texas. In 2005, under Blitz’s direction, the Tigers posted a 9-8-3 overall record and qualified for the Big 12 Tournamtent for the ninth time in the conference’s 10 year history. In 2006 he took the Tigers to a 7-0 start as the squad reeled off five straight shutouts to begin the season. Perhaps it is his constant contact with other collegiate and club coaches that has helped Blitz raise his reputation to the level it has. Maybe it could be his ability to get the most from his players on the field. Either way, he is widely considered one of the best recruiting and hardest working coaches in the nation. Blitz began his head coaching career at Butler University (Ind.) as the program’s inaugural head coach in 1991. In his fifth season, he took

BLITZ’S CAREER HEAD COACHING RECORD Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 22

School Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Butler (Ind.) Butler (Ind.) Butler (Ind.) Butler (Ind.) Butler (Ind.)

Wins 14 12 7 13 16 13 10 9 9 12 11 13 10 14 11 7 6 10 11 6 8 10 233

Losses 7 8 10 6 5 8 9 8 10 11 7 8 10 8 9 12 14 7 10 11 9 7 193

Ties 1 1 2 3 2 1 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 2 1 26

% .659 .595 .447 659 .739 .614 .526 .525 .475 .521 .600 .619 .500 .630 .548 .368 .300 .579 .524 .375 .473 .583 .544

the Bulldogs from obscurity to the national spotlight in an undefeated run through the Midwestern Collegiate Conference and the team’s first national ranking. Blitz earned the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year award for his work in the 1995 season and received an invitation to help coach the U.S. Women’s National Team. During his five years at Butler, he developed his beliefs in hard work and in intense scouting of the top soccer talent in the country. Propelled by that philosophy he was able to perform a minor miracle in his first two months on the job in 1991 getting the talented group of young women he did. Despite his early success, Blitz didn’t stop there however and has continued to bring in many impressive recruits over the past seven years. Now with the continued growth of the program, the future looks even brighter. Developing Blitz’s unique collegiate coaching perspective, he has worked and played in soccer communities around the world improving his knowledge and abilities. Blitz traveled to England to play for one year while he was in college. He returned to the states and to the University of Tulsa, where Blitz helped start the Golden Hurricane women’s program as an assistant coach in 1987. He took two years off from coaching to play in the Southwest Indoor Soccer League and the Northeast Super Soccer League (in Dallas and New York) before a desire to earn a master’s degree in business led him to Butler, where he met his wife, Alie. There, he became a graduate assistant for the men’s team and two years later took the reins as a women’s head coach for the first time.

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BRIAN DOOLEY

KATIE ELY

Associate Head Coach First season at Mizzou Nova Southeastern (1987)

Assistant Coach First Season at Mizzou Fairfield (2007)

In his first season as Associate Head Coach at Mizzou, Brian Dooley brings over 24 years of college experience to the Tiger sideline. “I am grateful to Bryan Blitz, Mike Alden, Tim Hickman, Joe Scogin and the staff for giving me this incredible chance to be a part of the Missouri family,” Dooley said. “It was apparent to me during this process that Missouri has everything in place for success on the field and in the classroom. I am looking forward to the challenge of competing in the SEC and contributing to our first championship.” Dooley spent the last 14 seasons as head coach at Florida Atlantic, where he accumulated a career record of 139-113, including seven 11-plus win seasons. He led the squad to Atlantic Sun Conference regular season titles in 2002, 2003 and 2005 and the 2005 team also claimed the Atlantic Sun Tournament title to earn the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. That season, Dooley was honored as the Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year. The following year, Florida Atlantic’s first in the Sun Belt Conference, the Owls led all Division I teams in shutout percentage (.762), holding opponents scoreless in 16 of 21 matches. Before his time at FAU, Dooley spent nine seasons at Barry (Fla.) University, as both head coach (1994-99) and assistant coach (1990-94). The Lady Bucs accumulated a record of 53-12-4 in his four seasons as head coach, including a trip to the NCAA Division II national championship game in 1995. While an assistant at Barry, the team earned the 1992 and 1993 Division II national titles. Dooley played collegiately at Florida International and was a midfielder on FIU’s 1982 NCAA Division II national championship team. He began his coaching career as an assistant women’s coach at FIU (1986-1990). Dooley received a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Nova Southeastern University in 1987. He and his wife, Marie, are the parents of three boys: Sean (23), Connor (20) and Ciaran (13).

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Katie Ely is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Mizzou program. “I am so excited to be a part of the Mizzou soccer family,” Ely said. “With the entrance into the SEC, this is a great time for the program. I look forward to being a part of their success in a new conference and on a national level. It’s an honor and privilege to be here.” Ely comes to Mizzou from Duke, where she served as the goalkeeper coach for the past two seasons. In her two years in Durham, Ely helped the Blue Devils advance to the NCAA College Cup both years. The squad played in the national championship game in 2011 and the final four in 2012. In her two years with the program, Duke compiled a record of 37-10-3, including program records of 22 wins and just four losses in 2011. Under Ely’s tutelage, the Blue Devil goalkeepers set single season records in shutouts (16), goals against average (0.48) in 2011. The keepers’ save percentage of .857 in 2011 also ranks second on Duke’s single-season list. Before her time at Duke, Ely spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Syracuse. With the Orange, she coached goalkeepers who set the career saves and shutouts records and earned AllBIG EAST Rookie Team honors. Ely, a 2007 graduate of Fairfield (Conn.) University, helped the Stags to the 2002 MAAC regular season title and the 2005 MAAC Tournament crown. She is still scattered throughout Fairfield’s career records list, as she ranks first in saves average, fifth in saves and sixth in wins, shutouts and goals against average. Ely holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Fairfield and a master’s degree in public administration from Syracuse. She holds a U.S.S.F. “B” coaching license and an NSCAA National Goalkeeper License.


SUPPORT STAFF

BEN BOEHNER

CARRIE PATTERSON

Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season at Mizzou Columbia College (2006)

Director of Operations Second Season at Mizzou Georgia (2010)

Ben Boehner is in his second year with the Mizzou soccer program and his first as the volunteer assistant coach. Last season he served as the team’s director of performance analysis and helped with the transition to the Southeastern Conference. As a volunteer assistant coach, Boehner is involved with implementing training sessions and scheduling. Before coming to Mizzou, Boehner spent two years at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Mo., where he helped the Vikings regain past successes. During his two seasons, Missouri Valley posted back-to-back winning seasons and an overall record of 18-13-6 in the powerful Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC). Boehner played collegiate soccer at Columbia College under John Klein from 2001-05. As a four-year started for the Cougars, Boehner helped push the program to new heights. The team posted a mark of 56-25-2 and an American Midwest Conference record of 23-3-1 during his playing days to establish the Cougars as one of the NAIA’s top men’s programs. During the summers, Boehner would also train with the Kansas City Brass of the Premier Development League in Kansas City. A native of Parkville, Mo., Boehner earned a degree in marketing from Columbia College in 2006 and is currently working towards an MBA.

Former All-American soccer player Carrie Patterson returns for her second season as Mizzou’s Director of Soccer Operations. In her role with the Tigers, Patterson helps with all facets of the day-to-day aspects of the program and spearheads the team’s travel and gameday operations. In addition to her work with the Tigers, Patterson also coaches at Sporting Columbia SC, where she is the competitive coach for the U-12 Academy team, an assistant coach with the U-18 Girls squad and provides private lessons. Patterson was an All-American player at Georgia from 2006-2009. She was a four-time All-Southeastern Conference first team selection and earned All-America second team honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Soccer Buzz in 2007. In 2006, Patterson took home SEC Freshman of the Year honors and was a Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American. She still stands as the Bulldogs’ all-time leader in points, goals and multiple goal games and ranks second in career assists. Following her collegiate playing days, Patterson was drafted by the Philadelphia Independence of Women’s Professional Soccer in 2010. She then signed with Vancouver Whitecaps FC of the W-League in 2011, where she helped the squad advance to the Final Four. Patterson came to Mizzou after a stint as the Social Media Manager at Atlanta Cycling. With the organization, she created educational and awareness campaigns designed to drive revenue and build brand presence. She also spent one year coaching at Atlanta’s Tophat Soccer Club, where Patterson played club soccer growing up. With Tophat, she was the Academy program’s game coach, conducted training sessions and gave private lessons. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Patterson earned a bachelor’s in marketing with a minor in Spanish from Georgia’s Terry College of Business in 2010. She is working toward a master’s degree from Mizzou.

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BARBARA MANINGAT

SAM LAWSON

Director of Multimedia Second Season at Mizzou Missouri (2012)

Director of Performance Analysis First Season at Mizzou University Campus Suffolk (2012)

Barbara Maningat enters her second year as the Mizzou soccer team’s Director of Multimedia. With the Tigers, Maningat oversees the team’s social media, video and branding efforts and assists with media relations duties. She has made the program’s twitter account, @MizzouSoccer, one of the top women’s soccer accounts in the nation and ranked first among all Southeastern Conference teams in number of followers. Since she began in 2012, she has increased the team’s Twitter and Facebook following by 61 percent and 29 percent, respectively. In addition to her work with the soccer program, Maningat also does marketing for Newsy Videos and is a MU Journalism Ambassador. At Newsy, she manages the social media accounts and previously worked as a reporter. Previously, Maningat served as The England Football Association’s first-ever intern with its video productions division FATV in London, UK. She has also spent time with MLS team Sporting Kansas City where she produced broadcast video packages for the Sporting KC Network and freelanced for the Fox Soccer Channel. A Platte City, Mo., native, Maningat graduated with honors from Mizzou with a bachelor of journalism with an emphasis in convergence journalism and minor in business in 2012. She is working toward a master of journalism in strategic communication.

Sam Lawson enters his first season at Mizzou as the Director of Performance Analysis. With the Tigers, Lawson handles game and practice film and coordinating video exchange. Lawson comes to Mizzou from New Zealand, where he served as Performance Analysis for the Napier City Rovers of the Central Premier League. Wtih the Rovers, he provided game and post-match analysis for players and coaches. He also spent time as a Performance Analyst with Hawkes Bay United in Napier, New Zealand from December 2012 - March 2013. Before his move to New Zealand, Lawson worked as the Academy Video Analyst at the Ipswich Town Football Club in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Lawson spent the first 16 years of his life in Germany before moving to the United Kingdom in 2007. He earned a degree in Sport and Exercise Science from University Campus Suffolk in 2012 and is working towards a master’s degree at Mizzou.

TRICIA ADAMCZYK

ADAM CLEMENS

RYAN DELL

KRISTA GRAY

Marketing Assistant

Team Manager

Team Manager

Academic Coordinator

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KATE LAKIN

BRYAN MANN

TARA MCCLELAND

Sports Psychologist

Associate Director of Strategic Communications

Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning

Athletic Trainer

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2013 TIGERS NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 44

Player y Yr. McKenzie Sauerwein RS-Jr. Dominique Richardson Sr. Brooke Williams Sr. Erin Webb Fr. Brittany Conley RS-So. Reagan Russell So. Danielle Nottingham Sr. Kaysie Clark Jr. Melanie Donaldson Fr. Lauren Flynn RS-So. Macee Blanchard So. Sarah Thune RS-Sr. Alyssa Diggs Sr. Kristen Rivers Fr. Kaz James So. Loudell Crumpler RS-Fr. Taylor Grant Jr. Rachel Hignett Fr. KC Morris Fr. Candace Johnson So. Jessica Herrman RS-Fr. Lauren Selaiden Fr. Jasmine Johnson Fr. Brittanee Randle RS-So.

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 12 9 5 17 14 10 11 18 24 19 16 23 26 20 8 44 2 15 6 1 25 13 4 3

Player y Yr. Macee Blanchard So. Kaysie Clark Jr. Brittany Conley RS-So. Loudell Crumpler RS-Fr. Alyssa Diggs Sr. Melanie Donaldson Fr. Lauren Flynn RS-So. Taylor Grant Jr. Jessica Herrman RS-Fr. Rachel Hignett Fr. Kaz James So. Candace Johnson So. Jasmine Johnson Fr. KC Morris Fr. Danielle Nottingham Sr. Brittanee Randle RS-So. Dominique Richardson Sr. Kristen Rivers Fr. Reagan Russell So. McKenzie Sauerwein RS-Jr. Lauren Selaiden Fr. Sarah Thune Jr. Erin Webb Fr. Brooke Williams Jr.

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

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

Hgt. g 5-9 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-0 5-8 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-3 5-1 5-8 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-7 5-6

Hgt. g 5-6 5-5 5-0 5-5 5-4 5-5 5-7 5-3 5-9 5-1 5-8 5-10 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-4

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Hometown North Richland Hills, Texas Fullerton, Calif. Liberty, Mo. Castle Rock, Colo. Marietta, Ga. Sugar Land, Texas Frisco, Texas Liberty, Mo. Florissant, Mo. Dardenne Prairie, Mo. Fort Worth, Texas Fontana, Wis. Coppell, Texas Lawrenceville, Ga. Pomona, Calif. Wichita Falls, Texas The Colony, Texas Llandough, Wales Elmhurst, Ill. Dallas, Texas Raytown, Mo. Carrollton, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Sammamish, Wash.

Hometown Fort Worth, Texas Liberty, Mo. Marietta, Ga. Wichita Falls, Texas Coppell, Texas Florissant, Mo. Dardenne Prairie, Mo. The Colony, Texas Raytown, Mo. Llandough, Wales Pomona, Calif. Dallas, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Elmhurst, Ill. Frisco, Texas Sammamish, Wash. Fullerton, Calif. Lawrenceville, Ga. Sugar Land, Texas North Richland Hills, Texas Carrollton, Texas Fontana, Wis. Castle Rock, Colo. Liberty, Mo.

TIGERS BY CLASS Seniors (5) Alyssa Diggs Danielle Nottingham Dominique Richardson Sarah Thune Brooke Williams Juniors (3) Kaysie Clark Taylor Grant McKenzie Sauerwein Sophomores (8) Macee Blanchard Brittany Conley Lauren Flynn Kaz James Candace Johnson Brittanee Randle Reagan Russell Freshmen (9) Loudell Crumpler Melanie Donaldson Jessica Herrman Rachel Hignett Jasmine Johnson KC Morris Kristen Rivers Lauren Selaiden Erin Webb

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE LOUDELL Crumpler - lew-DELL McKenzie SAUERWEIN - SOUR-wine Lauren SELAIDEN - sell-A-din Sarah THUNE - TOO-knee


2013 TIGERS Brittanee Randle Sammammish, Wash.

Sarah Thune Fontana, Wis.

Kaysie Clark Brooke Williams Liberty, Mo.

Erin Webb Castle Rock, Colo.

KC Morris Elmhurst, Ill.

Lauren Flynn Dardenne Prairie

Melanie Donaldson Florissant, Mo.

Loudell Crumpler Wichita Falls, Texas

Jasmine Johnson Los Angeles, Calif.

Kaz James Pomona, Calif. Dominique Richardson Fulleton, Calif.

Danielle Nottingham Frisco, Texas

Alyssa Diggs Coppell, Texas

Jessica Herrman Raytown, Mo. Brittany Conley Marietta, Ga.

Taylor Grant The Colony, Texas Candace Johnson Dallas, Texas

McKenzie Sauerwein North Richland Hills, Texas Macee Blanchard Fort Worth, Texas

Lauren Selaiden Carrollton, Texas

Kristen Rivers Lawrenceville, Ga.

Reagan Russell Sugar Land, Texas

Rachel Hignett Llandough, Wales

TIGERS BY STATE CALIFORNIA ((3)) Kaz James, Pomona Jasmine Johnson, Los Angeles Dominique Richardson, Fullerton COLORADO ((1)) Erin Webb, Castle Rock GEORGIA (2) ( ) Brittany Conley, Marietta Kristen Rivers, Lawrenceville ILLINOIS (1) ( ) KC Morris, Elmhurst

MISSOURI ((5)) Kaysie Clark, Liberty Melanie Donaldson, Florissant Lauren Flynn, Dardenne Prairie Jessica Herrman, Raytown Brooke Williams, Liberty TEXAS ((9)) Macee Blanchard, Fort Worth Loudell Crumpler, Wichita Falls Alyssa Diggs, Coppell Taylor Grant, The Colony Candace Johnson, Dallas Danielle Nottingham, Frisco Reagan Russell, Sugar Land McKenzie Sauerwein, North Richland Hills Lauren Selaiden, Carrollton

WASHINGTON ((1)) Brittanee Randle, Sammamish WISCONSIN ((1)) Sarah Thune, Fontana WALES ((1)) Rachel Hignett, Llandough

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SARAH THUNE Redshirt Senior • 5-9 • Defender Fontana, Wis. • Big Foot HS JUNIOR (2012) Saw action in 20 games during her redshirt junior season ... Recorded shots against Kentucky in the regular season and Arkansas ... Played a season high 37 minutes in Mizzou’s 2-0 win over Tennessee Tech ... Played 32 minutes against both Mississippi State and Arkansas ... Also notched 28 minutes in the season opener in Mizzou’s 5-1 win over No. 11 Memphis. SOPHOMORE (2011) Played in 14 games as a sophomore before suffering a season-ending injury ... Recorded six shots on the season, including two on goal ... Played a season high 47 minutes against Northern Arizona ... Also played 44 minutes against SIUE. REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2010) Played in 17 games for the Tigers...scored twice for Mizzou during the campaign...Took eight shots during the season, only putting two on net...The two put on net both resulted in goals...scored once against Wisconsin-Milwaukee from about 25-yards out. FRESHMAN 2009) Helped the Tiger defense hold off Rhode Island to secure the 7-1 victory...scored to seal the 4-1 victory over Missouri State in the spring season. PREP Fontana, Wis., native Thune comes to Mizzou from Big Foot High school ... Rock Valley Conference first team honoree as a freshman ... holds Big Foot’s record in the 400 meter dash ... also played basketball and was a Rock Valley Conference first team selection in 2007 and 2009 ... played club soccer for the FC Milwaukee Nationals ... club earned the state championship from 2004-2009 ... also part of a team that was a Region II semifinalist in 2006 ... chose Missouri over Wisconsin, Iowa, Marquette and UW-Milwaukee. PERSONAL Daughter of Mark and Sue Thune ... born November 20, 1990 .. majoring in general studies. CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 20-0 2 2011 16-0 6 2010 17-5 8 2009 1-0 0 Total 54-5 16

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SOG 0 2 2 0 4

G 0 0 2 0 2

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 4 0 4


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ALYSSA DIGGS

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Senior • 5-4 • Forward Coppell, Texas • Coppell HS

matches ... notched 1,078 minutes throughout the season... scored her first collegiate goal against Nebraska on October 10...notched two assists in a conference win over Texas Tech on October 24...recorded two goals and three assists in eighteen shots on the season.

HONORS All-SEC first team (2012) NSCAA All-South third team (2012) Capital One Academic All-District 6 first team (2012) All-Big 12 first team (2011) Academic All-Big 12 first team (2010) JUNIOR (2012) Named to the All-SEC first team ... Stands as only the third Tiger to earn two all-conference first team selections ... Earned a spot on the NSCAA All-South Region third team ... Led the Tigers in points (17) and goals (eight), to go along with one assist despite missing five games due to injury during her junior campaign ... Ranked sixth in the SEC in goals per game (0.47) ... During the season, earned SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week, CollegeSoccer360 Primetime Performer and College Sports Madness SEC Player of the Week honors ... Notched two goals in the season opener against No. 11 Memphis ... Scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, in Mizzou’s 2-1 overtime win over Kentucky ... Notched the game-winner over Kentucky in the first round of the SEC Tournament ... Also tallied the game-winner against Georgia ... Scored Mizzou’s first goal in a 2-1 win at Georgia ... Posted her only assist of the season at Florida ... Named to the Captial One Academic All-District 6 first team ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.

PREP Came to Missouri from Coppell High School in Coppell, Texas...played club soccer for the Dallas Texans Red 92...earned Best Offensive Player title three times in her high school career...earned ESPN Rise third team recognition, earned Forward of the Year honors...selected for the Golden Boot Award in 2008...participated on the All State Tournament Team in 2009...high school varsity team captain two consecutive seasons...team the earned USYS Region III, Premier League and Lake Highlands Girls Classic League Championship titles...honored as a Rotary Club Student of the Month...nominated to Coppell High School Student Leadership Team...chose Missouri over Baylor and Colorado College. PERSONAL Born November 25, 1991...Diggs is the daughter of Dallas Diggs and Sharon Mason-Diggs...brother, Chandler, played soccer at Georgetown University...majoring in health sciences.

SOPHOMORE (2011): Named to the All-Big 12 first team and was just one of four underclassmen to make the team ... Played in all 21 of Mizzou’s games and earned 18 starts at forward ... Notched 12 points on four goals and four assists ... Her four assists were tied for second on the team ... Notched the game-winning goal in Mizzou’s 1-0 win over TCU ... Posted a season high three points against UMKC ... Also scored goals against Eastern Illinois, Purdue and UMKC ... Posted assists in games against Northern Arizona, UMKC, SIUE and Oklahoma ... Recorded a shot-on-goal percentage of .548 ... Had 31 shots on the season and 17 on goal ... Also earned Academic All-Big 12 first team honors ... Scored three goals in the spring season. FRESHMAN (2010) Started in 16 matches as a freshman and appeared in all 19 of Missouri’s CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 17-13 33 2011 21-18 31 2010 19-16 18 Total 57-47 82

SOG 15 17 10 42

G 8 4 2 14

GWG 3 1 0 4

A 1 4 3 8

Pts. 17 12 7 36

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DANIELLE NOTTINGHAM

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Senior • 5-4 • Forward / Midfielder Frisco, Texas • Hebron HS HONORS Academic All-Big 12 first team (2011) JUNIOR (2012) Started all 20 games she played in during her junior season ... Played all year at left back after playing forward her first two seasons as a Tiger ... Played the third-most minutes (1,857) among all field players in 2012 ... Posted one goal and four assists for six points ... Scored her only goal of the season in the NCAA Tournament against Illinois ... Her tally tied the score at 1-1 in the second half ... Assisted on two game-winning goals, including one in overtime to defeat Kentucky ... Also notched assists against Memphis, California and Tennessee Tech ... Helped the Tiger defense record six shutouts throughout the season and allow just over one goal per game ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.

earned varsity awards for cross country, track and soccer...earned the MVP District 6-5A award in 2009 and 2010...played club soccer for Sting 92...the club attended the Texas State Cup five times and earned the Regional Title in 2008...Participated in the North Texas ODP as well as the Regional ODP...North Texas ODP earned the National title...traveled to Brazil with Regional to play soccer...chose to attend Missouri over Oklahoma State, Wake Forest and Texas A&M. PERSONAL Born November 22, 1991...Daughter of Darrin and Brenda Nottingham... Brother, DJ, played soccer for the United States Air Force Academy... health sciences major.

SOPHOMORE (2011) Saw action in all 21 games during her sophomore season and earned 19 starts at forward ... Led the Tigers with 13 points on the year, on five goals and three assists ... Posted 42 shots on the season to rank second on the team ... Played a season high 85 minutes at Texas Tech ... Scored game-winning goals against Purdue and Eastern Illinois ... Also had goals against SIUE, Baylor and Oklahoma ... Assisted on the game-winning goals against Texas A&M and Northern Arizona ... Also posted an assist in the season opener at San Diego ... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team ... scored two goals during the spring season. FRESHMAN (2010) Started every game this season for the Tigers...recorded three goals and four assists playing in the midfield...all three of her goals came against Big 12 competitors, two of which came against Texas Tech on October 24th and one serving as the game-winner...was recognized as Big 12 Newcomer of the Week by the Big 12 Conference on Oct. 26 after her three-goal weekend...earned recognition by Top Drawer Soccer as one of the Top 100 College Freshmen in the nation. PREP The Frisco, Texas, native came to Mizzou from Hebron High School... CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 21-21 14 2011 21-19 42 2010 19-19 37 Total 61-59 93

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SOG 5 19 14 38

G 1 5 3 9

GWG 0 2 1 3

A 4 3 4 11

Pts. 6 13 10 29


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DOMINIQUE RICHARDSON Senior • 5-6 • Midfielder Fullerton, Calif. • Fullerton Union HS HONORS All-SEC first team (2012) NSCAA All-South Region second team (2012) All-Big 12 second team (2011) Academic All-Big 12 first team (2011) Soccer America National Team of the Week (2011) CollegeSoccer360.com Prime Performer of the Week (2011) Big 12 All-Newcomer Team (2010)

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was recognized by Top Drawer Soccer as one of the Top 100 College Freshmen in the nation.

JUNIOR (2012) Named to the All-SEC first team ... Started all 22 games at midfield ... Recorded four goals and an assist for nine points during her junior season ... Led the Tigers with three game-winning goals ... Scored her first two goals of the season in a 4-1 win over Arizona State ... Her first goal against the Sun Devils was the ultimate game-winner, while her second came on a penalty kick ... Had a flair for the dramatics as her goals against South Carolina and Alabama were game-winners in the waning minutes ... Scored with just 2:02 left against the Gamecocks to give the Tigers a 1-0 win ... Against Alabama, tallied the game-winner with 1:09 left in regulation to give Missouri a 2-1 victory ... Also recorded an assist in a 2-0 win over Mississippi State ... Played every minute in Mizzou’s overtime win over Kentucky ... Played at least 80 minutes in six contests ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.

PREP Came to the University of Missouri from Fullerton Union High School in Fullerton, California...she ran cross country and played soccer and basketball for her high school...earned varsity letters for soccer and basketball all four years...earned MVP awards in both soccer and basketball...received first team All-Freeway League honors three years in a row...played in the division 3/4 All Star Game and earned the MVP award...earned second team all-CIF honors...named All-Freeway League attacking player of the year...named Fullerton High School’s Big F most inspirational athlete of the year, Fullerton high school athlete of the year and Freeway league athlete of the year...received Orange County Athlete of the Year accolades...played club soccer for Legends FC. PERSONAL Born October 18, 1992...Daughter of Michael and Ann Richardson ... Great-grandfather, Clem Crowe, played with the original four horsemen at Notre Dame ... health sciences major.

SOPHOMORE (2011) Earned a spot on the All-Big 12 second team ... Started all 21 games for the Tigers in the midfield ... Played every minute of nine games ... Scored a team high six goals in 2011 for 12 total points on the season ... Notched the game-winning goal against Ohio State, Northern Arizona and at Oklahoma ... Also notched goals against Purdue, UMKC and Baylor in the Big 12 Tournament ... Recorded goals in three consecutive games against Ohio State, Purdue and Northern Arizona ... Earned spots on Soccer America and CollegeSoccer360.com’s national teams of the week during the year ... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team. FRESHMAN (2010) Started each of the 19 games this year as a freshman...tallied up 1557 total minutes and scored three goals in her first season at the collegiate level...buried a free kick from 40 yards out against DePaul to tie the game up in the 80th minute...earned All-Big 12 newcomer team honors and

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 22-22 59 2011 21-21 33 2010 19-19 38 Total 62-62 130

SOG 21 16 17 54

G 4 6 3 13

GWG 3 3 0 6

A 1 0 3 4

Pts. 9 12 9 30

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BROOKE WILLIAMS

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Senior • 5-4 • Forward Liberty, Mo. • Missouri State HONORS Missouri Valley All-Freshman Team (2010) Missouri Valley Honorable Mention (2010)

was named to the all-district second team for her performance ... also led her club teams to the Kansas State Cup finals each of the last three years, winning the title in 2010.

JUNIOR (2012) Played in 15 games at forward during her junior season ... Earned an assist in Mizzou’s 4-1 win over Arizona State ... Played a season high 31 minutes against Arkansas ... Also played 30 minutes against Mississippi State, 27 against Tennessee Tech and 24 against Kentucky ... Recorded two shots against both Tennessee Tech and Mississippi State.

PERSONAL Williams is the daughter of Darren and Linda Williams ... Born July 29, 1991 ... majoring in health sciences.

SOPHOMORE (2011) Saw action in 19 games for the Tigers in her first year with the program ... Scored two goals on the season ... Notched the game-winning goal in Mizzou’s 1-0 win over Arizona ... Also tallied a goal against Northern Arizona ... Recorded 15 shots, including 11 on goal, for a team high .733 shot-on-goal percentage ... Played a season high 37 minutes against UMKC. FRESHMAN (2010 AT MISSOURI STATE) Started 18 games for the Bears ... Led Missouri State with 13 points on six goals and an assist on the year ... Named to the 2010 Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman and Honorable Mention teams. PREP Started all four seasons at forward for head coach Tom Rottjakob at Liberty High ... led the team to conference and district titles all four years ... scored 34 goals and tallied 17 assists while leading her squad to the state championship her senior year ... named to the all-conference, all-district and all-state first team while serving as team captain her final two seasons ... as a junior, was also named All-Western Missouri Class 3 first class ... scored 32 goals for the Blue Jays, lifting the team to the state quarterfinals ... as a sophomore, she scored 25 goals to lead the team to the state sectional finals ... earned all-conference and all-district first team, All-Western Missouri Class 2 second team and all-state third team accolades that year ... during Williams’ freshman year, tallied 15 goals in helping her team to the state quarterfinals ... CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 15-0 9 2011 19-0 15 2010* 19-18 33 Total 53-18 57 * at Missouri State

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SOG 4 11 23 38

G 0 2 6 8

GWG 0 1 2 3

A 1 0 1 2

Pts. 1 4 13 18


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MCKENZIE SAUERWEIN Redshirt Junior • 5-9 • Goalkeeper North Richland Hills, Texas • Nolan Catholic HS HONORS SEC All-Tournament Team (2012) Big 12 Player of the Week (2011) REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2012) Started all 22 games in goal and played every single minute of her redshirt sophomore campaign ... Posted a 14-7-1 record in net to go along with a 1.07 goals against average and a .795 save percentage ... Her 14 victories stand as the second-best single-season total in program history ... Posted six shutouts on the season ... Ranks third all-time at Mizzou in saves (105), shutouts (12), goals against average (1.18) and games started (41) and fourth in wins (26) and minutes in goal (3742:01) ... Earned shutouts over South Carolina, Auburn, UCSB, Tennessee Tech, Vanderbilt and Mississippi State ... Made a season high nine saves against Kentucky in the SEC Tournament ... Had eight saves in a 2-0 win over Auburn in the SEC opener ... Named to the SEC All-Tournament Team.

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All-District and All-State first team honors...played for the North Texas 92 State Team from 2006-2008...participated in Region III camp in 2006-07... team won the North Texas State, USYS Region III, Region III Premier League and Lake Highland Classic League titles ... chose Missouri over the University of Texas, Texas Christian University and the University of Notre Dame. PERSONAL Daughter of David and Ginna Sauerwein ... born May 13, 1992 ... her brother Dillon played Rugby and sister played soccer for Arkansas State ... Grandfather played football at Notre Dame ... health sciences major.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2011) Started 20 of 21 games in net for the Tigers ... Recorded a 12-8-1 record and had six shutouts ... Played all 90 minutes in goal 16 games ... Posted a 1.30 goals against average and an .818 save percentage after recording 112 saves on the season ... Many of her season stats rank in Mizzou’s single-season record book, including shutouts (second), saves (third), victories (third) and fewest goals allowed (fifth) .... Against Baylor in the Big 12 Tournament, saved a penalty kick and made Mizzou’s final attempt to send the Tigers to the semifinals ... Recorded at least 10 saves in three games, including a career high 15 against Kansas ... Posted shutouts over Ohio State, Arizona, Arizona State, UMKC, Texas A&M and SIUE ... Named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 13 after shutout victories over Arizona and Arizona State. FRESHMAN (2010) Redshirted the season. PREP Sauerwein is a native of North Richland Hills, Texas...she attended Nolan Catholic High School and played soccer for the Dallas Sting ‘92...earned high school honors for soccer and gold...earned TAPPS CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Min. 2012 22-22 2014:10 2011 21-19 1727:51 Total 43-41 3742:01

GA 24 25 49

Avg. 1.07 1.3 1.18

Sv. 93 112 205

Pct. W-L-T Sho. .795 14-7-1 6 .818 12-8-1 6 .807 26-15-2 12

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KAYSIE CLARK

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Junior • 5-5 • Midfielder Liberty, Mo. • Liberty HS HONORS Big 12 All-Newcomer Team (2011) Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (2011) SOPHOMORE (2012) Saw action in 19 games in 2012 and earned 17 starts at midfield ... Ranked fourth on the team with 11 points on four goals and three assists ... Had one game-winning goal ... Tallied Mizzou’s first-ever Southeastern Conference goal in a contest against Auburn ... The score against Auburn was also the game-winner ... Notched goals in consecutive games against LSU and Texas A&M ... Her tally against Texas A&M came with eight minutes and tied the score at 1-1 ... Also posted a goal against Arizona State ... Recorded assists on both goals in Mizzou’s 2-0 win over Vanderbilt ... Also earned an assist against Kentucky in the SEC Tournament ... Named to the College Sports Madness All-SEC second team following the season ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Earned NSCAA All-America honors during both her junior and senior seasons ... Also named a Parade All-American in 2010 ... Three time all-state first team selection ... Played for the U.S. U-17 National Team in 2010 ... Also a member of the U.S. U-20 National Team player pool in 2011 ... Helped Liberty to back-to-back Class 3 State Championship in 2010 and 2011 ... The 2011 squad posted a 27-3 record, while the Bluejays went 23-4 in 2010 ... 2009 Adidas ESP Camp All-Star ... Played for the KCFC Alliance Club team. PERSONAL Born Jan. 31, 1993 ... Majoring in health sciences.

FRESHMAN (2011) Started all 21 games in her inaugural year in a Tiger uniform ... Was a unanimous selection to the Big 12 All-Newcomer Team ... Posted nine points on two goals and a team high five assists ... Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over No. 17 Texas A&M ... Tallied a goal and dished out an assist in Mizzou’s 5-2 win over at Oklahoma ... Also recorded assists against Purdue, Texas, SIUE and Kansas ... Her assist against KU tied the game at 2-2 ... Posted a .513 shot on goal percentage throughout the year ... Played all 90 minutes of Mizzou’s games against Kansas, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M ... Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on Oct. 4 after scoring the game-winning goal over Texas A&M and notching an assist against Texas ... Called up to the U.S. U-20 National Team training camp following the season ... Netted a goal in the spring season. PREP Played high school soccer at Liberty High School ... Came to Mizzou ranked as the nation’s No. 15 recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com ...

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 19-17 45 2011 21-21 39 Total 40-38 84

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SOG 19 20 39

G 4 2 6

GWG 1 1 1

A 3 5 8

Pts. 11 9 20


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TAYLOR GRANT

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Junior• 5-3 • Forward / Midfielder The Colony, Texas • The Colony HS SOPHOMORE (2012) Played in all 22 games and earned 14 starts during her sophomore season ... Started eight consecutive games from Aug. 26 - Sept. 23 ... Recorded two assists on the year ... Assisted on the Mizzou’s gamewinning goal with just over a minute remaining in regulation to defeat Alabama 2-1 ... Also recorded an assist in the Tigers’ inaugural SEC win at Auburn ... Played a season high 63 minutes against Ole Miss and Kentucky ... Also played at least 60 minutes against Arkansas, LSU and Florida. FRESHMAN (2011) Played in 18 of Mizzou’s 21 games as a freshman ... Ranked tied for third on the team with four goals ... Posted eight points on the season ... Scored her first collegiate goal against Eastern Illinois ... Also tallied goals against Northern Arizona, TCU and Oklahoma ... Posted 16 shots on the year, including seven on goal ... Played a season high 46 minutes against both Northern Arizona and Baylor ... Also played at least 40 minutes against Ohio State and UMKC ... Scored a goal in the spring season. PREP Played high school soccer at The Colony High School ... Four-time alldistrict selection ... Played Club soccer for Dallas Texas 93 ... Claimed the 2008 USYSA national championship ... Was a club teammate of Alyssa Diggs.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 22-14 45 2011 18-0 16 Total 40-14 61

SOG 18 7 25

G 0 4 4

GWG 0 0 0

A 2 0 2

Pts. 2 8 10

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BRITTANY CONLEY Redshirt Freshman • 5-0 • Defender / Midfielder Marietta, Ga. • George Walton HS REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2012) Saw action in eight games during her redshirt freshman campaign ... Recorded shots against Kentucky and Mississippi State ... Played a season high 15 minutes against Tennessee Tech ... Also played 12 minutes against Mississippi State and 10 against Arizona State ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll. FRESHMAN (2011) Played in five games for the Tigers before suffering a season-ending injury ... Played a season high 40 minutes against Eastern Illinois ... Also played 32 minutes against No. 7 Ohio State ... Played a total of 148 minutes on the season. PREP Was a four-year starter forCoach Bruce Wade at Walton High School ... Led team to the state ifnals in 2009 and 2010 ... Selected to the Cobb County All-County Team ... Ranked 51st nationally by TopDrawerSoccer. com ... Won MVP honors in the 2011 Georgia All-Star Game ... Played for Concorde Fire Elite 11 on the club side ... Helped her club team to the quarterfinals of the Region III Club Championships in 2009 ... Was a four-time state cup finalist ... Chose Mizzou over Georgia, Kentucky, Georga Mason, UAB and Baylor. PERSONAL Daughter of Steve and Pam Conley ... Born June 2, 1993 ... Has one brother, Stefen ... Father played football at Georgia and mother played basketball at Emanuel College.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 8-0 2 2011 5-0 0 Total 13-0 2

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SOG 0 0 0

G 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

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LAUREN FLYNN

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Redshirt Freshman • 5-7 • Midfielder / Forward Dardenne Prairie, Mo. • St. Joseph’s Academy HONORS SEC Freshman of the Week (2012) REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2012) Started all 22 games at right back during her redshirt freshman season ... Named the SEC Freshman of the Week on Sept. 24 ... Played a team high 1,986 minutes among field players during the year ... Played every minute of 19 games, including four overtime contests ... Recorded a goal and an assist ... Scored the game-winning goal against Ole Miss ... Assisted on a game-tying goal against Illinois in the NCAA Tournament ... Helped the Tiger defense record six shutouts and allow just over one goal per game ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll. FRESHMAN (2011) Redshirted her first year with the program and will have four years of eligibility remaining ... Notched two goals in Mizzou’s spring season. PREP Helped St. Joseph’s to a 20-1 record as a junior before losing in the district championship ... Selected to the UMB Bank Senior All-Star Game following her senior season ... Played club soccer for St. Louis Scott Gallagher ... Helped her squad to the 2009 Missouri state championship and the 2009 Midwest Regional finals.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 22-22 14 Total 22-22 14

SOG 3 3

G 1 1

GWG 1 1

A 1 1

Pts. 3 3

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BRITTANEE RANDLE

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Redshirt Sophomore • 5-6 • Defender Sammamish, Wash. • Skyline HS REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2012) Returned to action after missing the 2011 season due to injury ... Played in seven games during her redshirt freshman campaign ... Logged a season high 23 minutes in Mizzou’s 2-0 win over UCSB ... Played 12 minutes against Tennessee Tech ... Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll. FRESHMAN (2011) Suffered an injury before the season and was forced to take a medical redshirt. PREP Helped Skyline to three consecutive 4A state titles and a third-place finish in 2010 ... Skyline was ranked as the No. 1 team in the nation her senior season and ended the year with a 19-1 record ... Named first team all-state and all-league as a senior ... Played club soccer for Eastside FC ... Helped her squad to championships in the 2007 Nike Cup Championship and the 2008 Colorado Showcase ... Also participated in the 2009 Nike Cup and 2009 and 2010 Region IV Championships.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 7-0 0 Total 7-0 0

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SOG 0 0

G 0 0

GWG 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0


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MACEE BLANCHARD

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Sophomore • 5-6 • Midfielder Fort Worth, Texas • Arlington Heights HS FRESHMAN (2012) Played in 14 games during her freshman season at Missouri ... Recorded two shots on the season, one each against Auburn and Georgia ... Played a season high 29 minutes in the season opener against No. 11 Memphis ... Logged 26 minutes in a 4-1 win over Arizona State ... Also played at least 22 minutes against Tennessee Tech (23) and California (22) ... Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. PREP Played at Arlington Heights High School, where she helped the school to a record of 81-19-5 in her career ... Posted 62 goals and 42 assists over her high school careeer ... Helped the squad to a 24-4 record as a senior ... Compiled 28 goals and 18 assists during her senior campaign and was named the school’s offensive player of the year ... Played in the 2009 Disney Soccer Showcase ... Won the 2008 Region III Premier League West Championship. PERSONAL Daughter of William and Beth Blanchard ... Born April 29, 1994 ... plans to study nutrition at Mizzou.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 14-0 2 Total 14-0 2

SOG 0 0

G 0 0

GWG 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

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KAZ JAMES

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Sophomore • 5-8 • Defender / Midfielder Pomona, Calif. • Diamond Ranch HS FRESHMAN (2012) Saw action in 12 games during her freshman year with the Tigers ... Played a season high 30 minutes during a 2-1 win at Alabama ... Logged 29 minutes of action against Mississippi State ... Recorded her only shot of the season against the Bulldogs ... Also played 26 minutes in a 5-1 upset of No. 11 Memphis in the season opener. PREP Played at Diamond Ranch High School ... Earned all-leage first team honors in 2012 ... Played club soccer for Legends FC and coach Josh Hodges ... Helped Legends FC to the 2010, 2011 and 2012 National Championship ... Chose Mizzou over Oregon State, Pepperdine, New Mexico and UCLA. PERSONAL Full name is Kasrum James ... Daughter of Russ Diaz and Sara James ... Born Nov. 27, 1993.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 12-0 1 Total 12-0 1

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SOG 0 0

G 0 0

GWG 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0


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CANDACE JOHNSON

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Sophomore • 5-10 • Defender Dallas, Texas • Ursuline Academy HONORS SEC All-Freshman Team (2012) SEC Freshman of the Week (2012) FRESHMAN (2012) Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... Played in 20 games and earned 19 starts at center back during her freshman season as a Tiger ... Played every minute of 16 games in 2012 ... Scored one goal on the season ... Tallied Mizzou’s first goal of the season in a 5-1 win over No. 11 in the season opener ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week honors following the first weekend of the year ... Also earned a spot on Soccer America’s Team of the Week ... Helped the Tiger defense record six shutouts and allow just over one goal per contest. PREP Attended Ursuline Academy and played high school soccer for Jaime Cantrell ... Helped Ursuline Academy to four Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) state championships ... Earned TAPPS 1-5A Offensive Player of the Year honors ... Named to the 2011 and 2012 TAPPS All-State and All-District teams ... Member of the Sting ‘94 club team and played for coach Kenny Medina. PERSONAL Daughter of Dwayne and Raquel Johnson ... Born Dec. 23, 1993.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 20-19 12 Total 20-19 12

SOG 4 4

G 1 1

GWG 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 2 2

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REAGAN RUSSELL

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Sophomore • 5-8 • Midfielder / Forward Sugar Land, Texas • Stephen F. Austin HS FRESHMAN (2012) Saw action in all 22 games during her inaugural season as a Tiger ... Key sub for Missouri at forward during the year ... Played a season high 50 minutes against California ... Played 41 minutes in a close 2-1 overtime loss at Texas A&M ... Also played 40 minutes against Vanderbilt ... Had a season high three shots on goal against Mississippi State ... Recorded two shots on goal at South Carolina ... Posted a season shot on goal percentage of .522. PREP Played at Stephen F. Austin High School as a senior three years at Simi Valley High School in Simi Valley, Calif. ... Named Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston first team and TASCO All-Region first team honors in 2012 ... Also named District 23-5A Newcomer of the Year as a senior ... Earned team offensive MVP honors in both 2011 (at Simi Valley) and 2012 (at Stephen F. Austin HS) ... Named the Girls Athlete of the Week by the Houston Chronicle on April 8, 2012 ... Played club soccer for Real So Cal and Challenge Soccer Club ... Chosen as one of the top players to watch by the LA Daily News in December, 2010 ... ... Chose Mizzou over Texas A&M, TCU, Tennessee and Rice. PERSONAL Daughter of Brandon and Laura Russell ... Born March 9, 1994 ... Plans to study business and communications ... Father played football at Northeast Louisiana (now Louisiana-Monroe).

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots 2012 22-0 23 Total 22-0 23

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SOG 12 12

G 0 0

GWG 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0


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LOUDELL CRUMPLER

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Redshirt Freshman • 5-5 • Midfielder Wichita Falls, Texas • Wichita Falls HS FRESHMAN (2012) Received a medical redshirt after suffering a season-ending injury.

PREP Played at Wichita Falls for coach Rob Woodard ... Earned 2011 NSCAA All-America and All-Region VI honors ... Named to the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches All-State first team and the Texas 9-4A All-District first team as a senior ... Helped Wichita Falls to the regional finals during her junior season ... Earned All-State second team honors by the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches as a junior ... Played club soccer for Solar Chelsea for coach Adrian Solca ... Also played volleyball and track and field for the Lady Coyotes ... Finished second in the pole vault in the 4-4A meet ... Chose Mizzou over Virginia, SMU, LSU and Texas Tech. PERSONAL Daughter of Brady Crumpler and Tambra Holcomb ... Born Feb. 17, 1994 ... Father was a professional bull rider.

JESSICA HERRMAN Redshirt Freshman • 5-9 • Forward Raytown, Mo. • Raytown HS

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FRESHMAN (2012) Received a medical redshirt after suffering a season-ending injury. PREP Attended Rayton High School and played for coach Roger Burris ... Set school records for most goals scored in a career (140) and season (49) ... Raytown posted a 74-7-24 record during her career ... As a senior, helped Rayton to a 23-0-7 record and scored 27 goals... Earned all-state honors in 2012 and 2011 ... Helped Rayton to 2009 and 2012 conference championships ... Played club soccer for KCFC and coach Gareth Pritchard ... Claimed the 2010 Kansas State Cup Championship ... Played in the 2009 Disney Soccer Showcase ... Chose Mizzou over Middle Tennessee State. PERSONAL Daughter of Tim and Leigh Herrman ... Born June 24, 1994 ... Plans to study physical therapy at Mizzou.

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MELANIE DONALDSON Freshman • 5-5 • Midfielder Florissant, Mo. • Incarnate Word Academy

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PREP Helped Lou Fusz qualify for the 2013 USYSA National Championships in July ... The team won the Missouri State Cup in 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 and were finalists in 2012 ... Also helped the team earn the US Youth Soccer Region II title in 2010 and to a semifinal finish in 2011 ... Two-time NSCAA All-Midwest Region honoree at Incarnate Word ... Also a three-time all-conference and a two-time all-metro selection ... Helped Incarnate Word to a 16-6-1 record in 2012 en route to the quarterfinals of the Class 3 State Tournament ... The Red Knights went 16-5-1 in 2011 and 15-5-1 in 2010. PERSONAL Melanie Donaldson is the daughter of David and Amanda Donaldson ... Chose Mizzou over Alabama and Indiana State.

RACHEL HIGNETT Freshman • 5-1 • Midfielder Llandough, Wales • St. Cyres School

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PREP Made her Welsh Senior National Team debut on Jan. 15, 2013, in a 3-0 win over Greece ... Has been a fixture on Wales’ U-17 and U-19 National Teams the past two seasons and captained the U-17 squad in 2012 ... Overall, she has four international caps with the Senior National Team, 19 with the U-19 squad and 12 with the U-17 team. ... Plays for Bristol Academy WFC and was moved up to its first time in March 2013 ... Attended St. Cyres School in Penarth. PERSONAL Rachel Hignett is the daughter of John and Jenny Hignett .. Has two brothers, James and Christopher ... Brother James plays tennis at New Mexico.

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JASMINE JOHNSON Freshman • 5-7 • Defemder Los Angeles, Calif. •Windward School

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PREP Played for Westside Breakers Club and coach Jason Kelly for the last six years ... Helped Westside in the West Coast Tournament two years in a row ... Attended the Windward School and played soccer for coach Beto Dos Santos ... Earned all-league first team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Also played on the softball team for Windward ... Two-time honor roll recipient. PERSONAL Jasmine Johnson is the daughter of Ronald and Sheila Johnson ... Has one sister, Jessica.

KC MORRIS Freshman • 5-8 • Midfielder Elmhurst, Ill. • Immacuate Conception HS

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PREP Helped Eclipse Select advance to the semifinals of the 2012 Dallas International Girls Cup, 2012 Ohio Elite Girls College Showcase and the 2011 Disney’s Soccer Showcase ... In 2011, the club also claimed third-place at the SYSA National League and were semifinalists at the Illinois State Cup and the Ohio Elite Girls College Showcase ... As a member of the U16 team, helped the squad to the 2010 NSR Gold Cup ... Member of the National Honor Society and is an honor roll student at Immaculate Conception High School. PERSONAL KC Morris is the daughter of Paul and Judy Morris ... Has one sister, Emily, and one brother, Trey ... Chose Mizzou over Louisville, Loyola and Miami (Ohio).

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KRISTEN RIVERS Freshman • 5-8 • Goalkeeper Lawrenceville, Ga. • Brookwood HS

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PREP Member of the Atlanta Fire United club team ... Club was a Georgia State Semi-Finalist in 2011 and 2010 ... The Atlanta Fire earned the US Club Region title and were Atlanta Cup semifinalists in 2010 ... Also advanced to the Georgia State semifinals in 2009 and were Georgia State Champions in 2008 ... Played for Brookwood High School ... In the top one percent of her class and earned State of Georgia Certificate of Merit Scholar accolades ... Also played volleyball as a freshman. PERSONAL Kristen Rivers is the daughter of Bryan and Michelle Rivers ... Has one brother, Chase, and one sister, Katie ... Chose Mizzou over Alabama, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Clemson and Furman.

LAUREN SELAIDEN Freshman • 5-9 • Midfielder Carrollton, Texas • Creekview HS

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PREP Helped the Sting to the 2011 and 2010 USYS National Championship ... The club also earned the ECNL National Championship, the ECNL Las Vegas Showcase title and the Region III crown ... Captain of the Creekview High School team all four years ... Named to the NSCAA AllRegion VI team as a senior ... Also earned all-district honors and Offensive Player of the Year accolades during her prep career ... Member of the National Honor Society and earned the Presidential Award. PERSONAL Lauren Selaiden is the daughter of Jim and April Selaiden ... Has a sister, Kristen, and a brother, Tyler ... Chose Mizzou over Texas Tech, TCU, Rice and Penn.

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ERIN WEBB Freshman • 5-4 • Defemder / Midfielder Castle Rock, Colo. • Rock Canyon HS

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PREP Played club soccer for Real Colorado, which earned the Far West Regional Championship and the regional finals ... Helped Rock Canyon High School advance to the state semifinals and a 13-4-2 record in 2012 ... Named to the All-Continental League first team in 2012 and was a second team selection in 2010 and 2010 ... An Academic All-State first team honoree as well ... Also competed on the track team and played basketball from 2009-11 ... Four-time Academic Honor Roll selection. PERSONAL Erin Webb is the daughter of Dexter and Dee Webb ... Has one brother, D.J. ... Chose Mizzou over Rice, Denver, Nevada and Harvard.

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2013 TIGERS

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McKenzie Sauerwein

Dominique Richardson

Brooke Williams

Erin Webb

Brittany Conley

Reagan Russell

RS-Jr. • GK • 5-9 North Richland Hills, Texas

Sr. • M • 5-6 Fullerton, Calif.

Sr. • F • 5-4 Liberty, Mo.

Fr. • D • 5-6 Castle Rock, Colo.

RS-So. • D/M • 5-0 Marietta, Ga.

So. • M/F • 5-8 Sugar Land, Texas

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Danielle Nottingham

Kaysie Clark

Melanie Donaldson

Lauren Flynn

Macee Blanchard

Sarah Thune

Sr. • F • 5-4 Frisco, Texas

Jr. • M • 5-5 Liberty, Mo.

Fr. • M • 5-5 Florissant, Mo.

RS-So. • D • 5-7 Dardenne Prairie, Mo.

So. • M • 5-6 Fort Worth, Texas

RS-Sr. • D/M • 5-9 Fontana, Wis.

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Alyssa Diggs

Kristen Rivers

Kaz James

Loudell Crumpler

Taylor Grant

Rachel Hignett

Sr. • F • 5-4 Coppell, Texas

Fr. • GK • 5-8 Lawrenceville, Ga.

So. • D/M • 5-8 Pomona, Calif.

RS-Fr. • M • 5-5 Wichita Falls, Texas

Jr. • F • 5-3 The Colony, Texas

Fr. • M • 5-1 Llandough, Wales

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KC Morris

Candace Johnson

Jessica Herrman

Lauren Selaiden

Jasmine Johnson

Brittanee Randle

Fr. • M • 5-8 Elmhurst, Ill.

So. • D • 5-10 Dallas, Texas

RS-Fr. • F • 5-9 Raytown, Mo.

Fr. • M • 5-9 Carrollton, Texas

Fr. • D • 5-7 Los Angeles, Calif.

RS-So. • D • 5-6 Sammamish, Wash.

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BIG 12 CONFERENCE

OPPONENTS


SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

“The purpose of the Southeastern Conference is to assist its member institutions in the maintance of programs of intercollegiate athletics which are compatible with the highest standards of education and competitive sports.” The Southeastern Conference, with its storied 80-year history of athletic achievements and academic excellence, has built perhaps the greatest tradition of intercollegiate competition of any league in the country since its inception in 1933. The 2012-13 academic year was another season to remember for the SEC as conference teams captured seven national titles and five national runner-up finishes. The SEC has won consecutive national championships in football, gymnastics, men’s indoor track & field and men’s outdoor track and field. Since 1990, the SEC has won 156 national team championships for an average of more than six per year. Alabama won the SEC’s first national title of the year with its win in the BCS National Championship Game in football. It is the SEC’s seventh consecutive football national title. Florida won the league’s third consecutive gymnastics title and 16th overall. The Auburn equestrian team brought home the national title in the sport’s first year in the SEC. Alabama won its first ever national championship in the sport of men’s golf. Arkansas won its 12th national title in men’s indoor track & field. Florida and Texas A&M shared the national title in men’s outdoor track and field after both squads recorded 53 points at the national meet. Georgia’s women’s swimming and diving team brought home their fifth national title.

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Overall, the SEC finished in the top two in 11 of its 21 sponsored sports and in the top five in 13 of the 21 sports. Nine SEC teams participated in football postseason bowls with Alabama winning BCS Championship. Three men’s basketball teams were invited to the NCAA Tournament and seven women’s basketball teams were also invited to the NCAA Tournament. The SEC had nine teams advance to postseason play in baseball with LSU and Mississippi State advancing to the College World Series. With 171 teams advancing to NCAA postseason competition, the SEC continued to solidify its place as the nation’s premier conference. In addition to the seven team championships, 93 SEC studentathletes garnered individual national championships, while 559 individuals were awarded with First-Team All-America Honors. Student-athletes around the league continued to excel in the classroom as well with more than 3,100 earning recognition on the SEC Academic Honor Roll. On the national all-sport level, 12 SEC schools placed in the top 50 of the NACDA Director’s Cup rankings. Florida led the league with a second-place finish. Texas A&M placed fifth while Georgia was 10th; LSU finished 19th, Arkansas 21st, Kentucky 25th, Alabama 26th, Auburn 33rd, Tennessee 37th, Vanderbilt 46th and Mississippi State 49th to round out the league’s top-50 finishes.


ALL-TIME SERIES Alabama (1-0) 10/14/12 W 2-1

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Alabama A&M (1-0) 10/29/04 W 5-2 Columbia, Mo. Arizona (2-1) 9/7/03 W 3-1 8/26/06 L 2-0 9/9/11 W 1-0

Columbia, Mo. Tuscon, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz.

Arizona State (2-0) 9/11/11 W 1-0 Tempe, Ariz. 8/31/12 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. Arkansas (3-1) 9/22/96 W 2-1 10/12/97 W 3-0 9/10/10 W 4-0 10/19 L 2-1

Fayetteville, Ark. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

Bowling Green (1-0) 9/15/02 W 1-0 Columbus, Ohio

Creighton (1-0) 8/25/00 W 4-1

Columbia, Mo.

Butler (1-0) 9/14/08 W 2-1

Columbia, Mo.

DePaul (0-1-0) 8/30/09 L 1-0 9/3/10 T 1-1

Columbia, Mo. Chicago, Ill.

Winston-Salem,

Drury (1-1) 9/6/96 L 2-1 9/17/01 W 6-1

Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

California (3-2-1) 11/2/00 L 2-1 (OT) N.C. 10/2/03 W 1-0 8/28/05 T 0-0 9/21/07 W 4-0 9/6/08 L 3-0 8/26/12 W 3-2

Columbia, Mo. Berkeley, Calif. Columbia, Mo. Berkeley, Calif. Berkeley, Calif.

Cal Poly-SLO (1-2) 9/20/98 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/17/99 W 3-1 Berkeley, Calif. 9/18/05 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo.

Arkansas-Little Rock (1-0) 10/28/01 W 12-0 Columbia, Mo.

Clemson (0-1) 8/31/97 L 2-1

Arkansas State (1-0) 9/8/05 W 7-0 Columbia, Mo.

College of Charleston (1-0) 9/16/05 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo.

Auburn (3-0) 8/29/08 W 1-0 9/11/09 W 2-1 9/14/12 W 2-0

Colorado (13-6-1) 10/27/96 L 2-1 Boulder, Colo. 9/26/97 L 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 11/1/98 W 6-1 Boulder, Colo. 8/29/99 W 6-2 Columbia, Mo. 11/3/99* W 5-3 San Antonio, Texas 10/6/00 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/12/01 W 2-0 Boulder, Colo. 9/29/02 T 2-2 Columbia, Mo. 11/7/02* L 1-0 (OT) San Antonio, Texas 9/21/03 L 3-2 Boulder, Colo. 11/6/03* W 2-0 San Antonio, Texas 10/3/04 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/3/04 L 2-1 (OT) San Antonio, Texas 10/14/05 L 3-2 Boulder, Colo. 10/13/06 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/21/07 W 2-0 Boulder, Colo. 10/3/08 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/9/09* W 1-0 San Antonio, Texas 10/9/09 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/8/10 W 1-0 Boulder, Colo.

Columbia, Mo. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala.

Baylor (11-7-1) 9/27/96 L 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/12/97 L 6-0 Waco, Texas 10/4/98 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/6/98* W 3-2 San Antonio, Texas 10/3/99 W 3-1 Waco, Texas 10/20/00 L 2-1 Waco, Texas 11/2/00* L 3-2 (OT) San Antonio, Texas 10/26/01 W 5-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/6/02 W 4-3 Waco, Texas 10/24/03 W 2-1 Waco, Texas 10/24/04 W 3-2 Waco, Texas 9/25/05 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/1/06 L 3-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/30/07 W 4-2 Waco, Texas 10/14/08 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/6/09 W 5-0 Waco, Texas 10/22/10 W 2-0 Waco, Texas 10/14/11 L 3-1 Waco, Texas 11/2/11 T 2-2 San Antonio, Texas

Lexington, Ky.

Duke (0-3) 8/27/99 L 9/21/01 L 8/27/10 L

2-1 3-2 3-1

Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C.

Eastern Illinois (5-0) 11/4/01 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/19/03 W 3-2 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 11/14/03^ W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/9/07 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. 8/21/11 W 4-1 Columbia, Mo. Eastern Washington (1-0) 9/7/08 W 3-0 Berkeley, Calif. Evansville (1-2) 10/6/96 L 4-0 10/31/97 L 2-1 11/14/08^ W 2-0

Evansville, Ind. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

Florida (0-4-1) 9/21/03 L 4-0 Gainesville, Fla. 9/12/04 T 2-2 Columbia, Mo. 9/16/11 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/12/12 L 2-1 Gainesville, Fla. 11/2/12! L 3-0 Orange Beach, Ala. Florida State (1-0-1) 9/1/00 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/6/02 T 2-2 Tallahassee, Fla. Francis Marion (1-0) 10/17/08 W 6-1 Columbia, Mo. Georgia (1-0) 9/28/12 W 2-1

Athens, Ga.

Colorado College (1-0) 10/23/05 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo.

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ALL-TIME SERIES Illinois (4-3-2) 10/30/98 L 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/12/99 W 3-2 Champaign, Ill. 8/31/02 W 2-1 (2OT) Columbia, Mo. 8/29/04 L 4-1 Champaign, Ill. 8/27/06 W 5-0 Columbia, Mo. 8/31/07 W 3-1 Champaign, Ill. 8/23/08 L 2-1 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 11/16/08^ T 1-1 Columbia, Mo. 11/12/12^ T 1-1 Columbia, Mo.

Kansas (9-10-1) 10/11/96 W 3-0 Lawrence, Kan. 10/15/97 L 8-2 Columbia, Mo. 9/8/98 L 1-0 Lawrence, Kan. 9/10/99 W 4-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/27/00 W 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 11/2/01 L 2-0 Lawrence, Kan. 11/8/018 W 1-0 (OT) San Antonio, Texas 11/1/02 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/12/03 L 2-0 Lawrence, Kan. 11/16/03^ L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/8/04 L 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/28/05 L 3-2 (2OT) Lawrence, Kan. 10/15/06 L 4-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/2/07 L 2-1 Lawrence, Kan. 10/31/08 W 6-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/7/08* T 1-1 (2OT) San Antonio, Texas 10/30/09 L 3-2 Lawrence, Kan. 11/4/09 W 3-2 (OT) San Antonio, Texas 9/24/10 W 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/21/11 W 3-2 Columbia, Mo.

Marquette (0-1) 11/10/99^ L 3-2

Columbia, Mo.

Maryland (0-1) 8/22/10 L 3-2

College Park, Md.

Memphis (2-0) 8/31/01 W 3-2 8/17/12 W 5-1

Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

Miami (1-0) 9/8/02 W 1-0

Tallahassee, Fla.

Michigan (1-2) 8/29/97 L 4-2 9/5/99 W 4-1 9/10/00 L 7-0

Lexington, Ky. Columbia, Mo. Ann Arbor, Mich.

Minnesota (1-0) 9/3/06 W 1-0

St. Paul, Minn.

Columbia, Mo. Iowa City, Iowa Columbia, Mo. Iowa City, Iowa Columbia, Mo. Iowa City, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Iowa City, Iowa

Kentucky (2-1-1) 9/18/98 T 1-1 Lexington, Ky. 9/17/04 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/5/12 W 2-1 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 10/31/12! W 2-1 Orange Beach, Ala.

Mississippi State (2-1) 9/20/02 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/12/03 L 1-0 Starkville, Miss. 10/7/12 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo.

Iowa State (10-6-1) 10/20/96 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/5/97 L 4-0 Ames, Iowa 10/16/98 W 7-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/15/99 W 4-3 Ames, Iowa 11/4/99* W 2-1 San Antonio, Texas 10/1/00 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/7/01 W 1-0 Ames, Iowa 10/18/02 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/31/03 W 4-3 Ames, Iowa 10/10/04 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/30/05 T 1-1 Ames, Iowa 10/27/06 W 2-1 (2OT) Ames, Iowa 10/26/07 L 1-0 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 9/26/08 W 3-0 Ames, Iowa 10/23/09 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/29/10 L 5-0 Ames, Iowa 10/23/11 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo.

Louisiana State (0-1) 10/21/12 L 3-1 Columbia, Mo.

Illinois State (1-0) 9/24/06 W 3-2 (OT) Columbia, Mo. Indiana (3-2) 10/4/96 L 5-1 Bloomington, Ind. 9/27/98 W 3-2 South Bend, Ind. 9/3/99 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/1/02 L 2-1 (2OT) Columbia, Mo. 9/2/05 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. Indiana State (1-0) 9/4/01 W 4-0 Columbia, Mo. Iowa (8-0) 9/7/01 W 8/29/03 W 9/5/04 W 9/11/05 W 8/25/06 W 9/7/07 W 9/19/08 W 8/21/09 W

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

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Long Beach State (0-1) 9/6/09 W 4-1 Columbia, Mo.

Loyola-Chicago (6-1) 10/26/97 L 3-0 Chicago, Ill. 9/5/98 W 7-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/26/99 W 6-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/22/00 W 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/20/02 W 5-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/19/04 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/10/06 W 3-2 Columbia, Mo. Loyola (Maryland) (1-0) 9/17/10 W 3-2 (2OT)Columbia, Mo. Loyola Marymount 9/18/09 L 1-0 Los Angeles, Calif.

Mississippi (1-2) 9/22/02 L 2-1 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 9/14/03 L 2-1 (OT) Oxford, Miss. 9/21/12 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo.

Missouri-Kansas City (1-0) 9/18/11 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. Missouri State (2-1) 9/19/96 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/19/97 W 2-1 Springfield, Mo. 9/11/98 W 7-1 Columbia, Mo. Nebraska (4-16) 10/18/96 L 8-2 Columbia, Mo. 11/9/968 L 2-1 St. Louis, Mo. 10/3/97 L 5-1 Lincoln, Neb. 10/18/98 L 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 11/7/98* L 4-0 San Antonio, Texas 10/17/99 L 5-1 Lincoln, Neb. 11/6/99* L 2-1 San Antonio, Texas 9/29/00 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/5/01 L 5-1 Lincoln, Neb. 9/27/02 L 4-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/28/03 L 3-1 Lincoln, Neb. 11/7/03* W 3-2 San Antonio, Texas 10/1/04 W 2-1 (2OT) Columbia, Mo. 10/2/05 L 3-0 Lincoln, Neb.


ALL-TIME SERIES Nebraska (continued) 9/22/06 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/28/07 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/28/08 L 3-2 (2OT) Lincoln, Neb. 10/25/09 W 5-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/10/10 L 4-2 Lincoln, Neb. 11/3/10 L 4-1 San Antonio, Texas North Carolina (0-2) 9/23/01 L 7-0 Durham, N.C. 8/29/10 L 6-1 Chapel Hill, N.C. Northern Iowa (1-0) 9/2/11 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. Northern Iowa (1-0) 9/25/09 W 8-0 Columbia, Mo. North Texas (1-0) 9/2/01 W 1-0

Columbia, Mo.

Northwestern (4-3-1) 8/31/96 L 4-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/24/97 L 2-1 Evanston, Ill. 8/31/98 L 4-2 Columbia, Mo. 8/31/03 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 8/27/04 W 2-1 (OT) Evanston, Ill. 9/1/06 W 4-0 Evanston, Ill. 8/28/09 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/5/10 T 1-1 Evanston, Ill. Northwestern State (1-0) 9/8/06 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. Ohio State (2-2) 9/8/00 L 3-2 (OT) Ann Arbor, Mich. 9/13/02 W 3-1 Columbus, Ohio 8/26/11 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/6/12 L 1-0 (OT) Columbus, Ohio Oklahoma (9-4-1) 10/19/97 W 4-2 10/9/98 W 5-1 10/8/99 W 2-0 9/24/00 W 1-0 9/30/01 L 2-1 10/11/02 L 2-0 10/5/03 L 2-1 (OT) 9/24/04 W 2-1 (OT) 10/7/05 T 1-1 10/6/06 L 3-2 10/12/07 W 3-0

Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo.

Oklaohma (continued) 10/10/08 W 2-0 Norman, Okla. 10/18/09 W 1-0 (2OT) Norman, Okla. 10/3/10 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/16/11 W 5-2 Norman, Okla.

Southeast Missouri State (0-0-1) 11/16/07^ T 1-1 (2-0 PK)Columbia, Mo.

Oklahoma State (9-8-1) 10/25/96 W 4-2 Stillwater, Okla. 10/17/97 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/11/98 W 3-2 Stillwater, Okla. 10/10/99 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. 9/22/00 W 2-0 Stillwater, Okla. 9/28/01 W 3-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/13/02 W 5-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/10/03 T 1-1 Columbia, Mo. 11/9/03* L 3-2 (2OT) San Antonio, Texas 9/26/04 L 3-1 Stillwater, Okla. 10/9/05 W 3-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/8/06 L 2-0 Stillwater, Okla. 10/14/07 L 2-1 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 10/12/08 L 3-2 (OT) Stillwater, Okla. 9/27/09 W 3-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/6/09 L 3-2 San Antonio, Texas 10/1/10 L 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/25/11 L 2-0 Stillwater, Okla.

South Carolina (1-0) 9/23/12 W 1-0 Columbia, S.C.

Oral Roberts (1-1) 11/3/96 L 2-1 Tulsa, Okla. 10/17/97 W 3-1 Columbia, Mo. Purdue (3-2) 10/29/99 L 5-1 West Lafayette, Ind. 8/27/00 L 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/5/03 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 9/4/05 W 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 8/28/11 W 4-2 Columbia, Mo. Rhode Island (1-0) 9/4/09 W 7-1 Columbia, Mo. Saint Louis (2-1) 9/8/96 L 2-0 11/2/97 L 3-1 9/15/98 W 2-0 San Diego (0-2) 9/19/99 L 2-1 8/19/11 L 2-1 Santa Clara (0-1) 9/16/07 L 2-1

Columbia, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Berkeley, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Stanford, Calif.

Southern California (0-1) 11/18/07^ L 1-0 (OT) Columbia, Mo.

Southern Illinois-Edwardsville (1-0) 10/7/11 W 4-0 Columbia, Mo. Stanford (0-1) 9/10/04 L 1-0 9/14/07 L 3-2

Columbia, Mo. Stanford, Calif.

Tennessee (0-1) 9/30/12 L 1-0

Knoxville, Tenn.

Tennessee Tech (1-0) 9/2/12 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. Texas (3-14-2) 9/13/96 W 1-0 Austin, Texas 9/5/97 L 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/25/98 L 1-0 Austin, Texas 11/5/98* W 5-1 San Antonio, Texas 10/24/99 T 0-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/13/00 L 4-1 Austin, Texas 10/19/01 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/9/01* L 1-0 (OT)San Antonio, Texas 10/27/02 L 2-1 (OT) Austin, Texas 10/17/03 L 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/17/04 L 6-0 Austin, Texas 10/21/05 L 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 10/20/06 L 1-0 Austin, Texas 10/19/07 L 3-2 (OT) Austin, Texas 10/26/08 L 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 11/5/08* W 3-1 San Antonio, Texas 10/2/09 T 1-1 Austin, Texas 10/15/10 L 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/2/11 L 2-1 Columbia, Mo. Texas A&M (6-13-1) 9/15/96 L 6-0 College Station, Texas 9/7/97 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 10/23/98 L 2-1 College Station, Texas 10/22/99 L 5-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/15/00 L 3-1 College Station, Texas 10/21/01 L 5-2 Columbia, Mo. 10/25/02 L 5-3 College Station, Texas 10/19/03 W 5-4 (OT) Columbia, Mo. 10/15/04 W 2-1 College Station, Texas 9/23/05 L 3-2 Columbia, Mo.

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ALL-TIME SERIES Oklaohma (continued) 11/1/05* L 3-1 San Antonio, Texas 10/22/06 L 4-2 College Station, Texas 9/28/07 W 3-2 (2OT) Columbia, Mo. 11/9/07* L 4-1 San Antonio, Texas 10/19/08 W 3-0 College Station, Texas 10/4/09 T 4-4 College Station, Texas 10/17/10 L 4-2 Columbia, Mo. 9/30/11 W 1-0 Columbia, Mo. 11/4/11 L 3-0 San Antonio, Texas 10/25/12 L 2-1 (OT) College Station, Texas Texas Christian (2-0) 9/23/07 W 6-2 Columbia, Mo. 9/4/11 W 2-0 Fort Worth, Texas Texas Tech (12-6) 9/29/96 L 3-1 11/8/96* W 3-2 9/14/97 10/3/98 10/1/99 10/8/00 10/14/01 10/4/02 10/26/03 10/22/04 10/16/05 9.29/06 10/5/07 11/7/07* 10/5/08 10/11/09 10/24/10 9/23/11

L W L W W W L W W L W W W W W L

Columbia, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.

2-0 Lubbock, Texas 5-3 Columbia, Mo. 4-1 Lubbock, Texas 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 4-1 Lubbock, Texas 5-1 Lubbock, Texas 3-1 Lubbock, Texas 4-1 Columbia, Mo. 4-1 Lubbock, Texas 3-1 Columbia, Mo. 2-0 Lubbock, Texas 4-3 (2OT)SanAntonio, Texas 2-0 Columbia, Mo. 2-1 Columbia, Mo. 5-2 Lubbock, Texas 1-0 Lubbock, Texas

Tulsa (1-2) 11/1/96 L 3-0 9/28/97 L 3-1 10/31/99 W 4-1

Tulsa, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

UCLA (0-1) 9/20/09 L 5-0 Los Angeles, Calif. UCSB (1-0) 8/19/12 W 2-0

Columbia, Mo.

Vanderbilt (2-0-1) 9/12/08 W 3-0 9/13/09 T 1-1 9/23/12 W 2-0

Columbia, Mo. Auburn, Ala. Columbia, Mo.

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Virginia Tech (1-0) 9/15/00 W 2-1 Winston-Salem, N.C. Wake Forest (1-1) 9/25/98 L 4-1 South Bend, Ind. 9/3/00 W 2-0 Columbia, Mo. Western Michigan 9/2/07 W 5-2 Columbia, Mo. Wisconsin (1-1) 9/3/04 L 2-1 9/15/06 W 2-1

Columbia, Mo. Madison, Wis.

UW-Milwaukee (0-2) 9/17/06 L 1-0 Madison, Wis. 9/19/10 L 3-2 Columbia, Mo. * Denotes Big 12 Tournament ! Denotes SEC Tournament ^ Denotes NCAA Tournament


MIZZOU PROGRAM HISTORY


2012 IN REVIEW The Mizzou soccer team had a lot to prove in 2012. The Tigers had to prove to their new Southeastern Conference foes that Missouri was a force to be reckoned with in league play. Missouri also had to prove to the NCAA selection committee that the squad was worth of a tournament berth after missing out the past two seasons. Thankfully, Mizzou followed its 2012 mantra and did “Prove It.” Under the direction of Head Coach Bryan Blitz, who concluded his 17th season on the Tiger sideline, Missouri went 14-7-1 overall and 8-5 in its first season in the SEC. Most importantly, Mizzou returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009 and the fifth time in school history. From the first game of the season Mizzou put the nation on notice to not overlook the Tigers. In the season opener, Missouri dismantled No. 11 Memphis 5-1 at home on Aug. 17. Freshman Candace Johnson scored Mizzou’s first goal of the season in the first half, while senior Taiwo Adeshigbin and junior Alyssa Diggs both tallied two second half goals to propel the Tigers to the victory. Following a 2-0 home win over Santa Barbara, Missouri jumped into the national rankings, including a No. 13 ranking from Soccer America. Now with a target on their backs, the Tigers traveled to Berkeley, Calif., to face No. 19 Cal on Aug. 26. The Bears struck first and entered halftime with a 1-0 advantage, but the Tigers responded in the second half. Adeshigbin and senior Haley Krentz each scored goals in the first 14 minutes of the half to give Mizzou a 2-1 lead. Cal tied the match in the 74th minute but sophomore Abi Raymer responded with a goal of her own less than two minutes later for a 3-2 Tiger win. The victory also moved the squad up to No. 10 in Soccer America’s national rankings. Missouri continued its hot start with back-to-back home victories over Arizona State (4-1) and Tennessee Tech (2-0) to improve the team’s record to 5-0. The start marked only the third time the Tigers started a season 5-0 and the first time since 2006.

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The Tigers put their perfect record on the line in the non-conference finale at Ohio State on Sept. 6. The two teams remained scoreless following 90 minutes of back-and-forth play so the contest went to overtime. The Buckeyes managed to find the back of the net less than a minute into the extra session to give Missouri its first loss of the year, 1-0. Missouri then traveled to Auburn, Ala., for its historic first-ever SEC contest. Sophomore Kaysie Clark tallied Mizzou’s first SEC goal, while Krentz added an insurance goal in the second half for a 2-0 Missouri victory. Two days later, the Tigers showcased Mizzou soccer on a nationally televised matchup with South Carolina. In the game broadcast live on ESPNU, neither team could break through until junior Dominique Bouchard one-timed a pass from sophomore Abi Raymer to put Mizzou ahead 1-0 with two minutes left in regulation. The Tigers continued their winning ways with two home wins the following weekend to improve to 9-1 overall and 4-0 in SEC play. On Sept. 21, Missouri came back from a halftime deficit to post a 2-1 win over Ole Miss. Against Vanderbilt on Sept. 23, the Tigers recorded a 2-0 victory while dominating the Commodores 39-6 in shots. Missouri made history following a 2-1 win at Georgia on Sept. 28. The Tigers’ 10-1 record marked the best start in program history, while the team was 5-0 in league action for the first time ever. The Tigers’ winning streak was snapped with a tight 1-0 loss at Tennessee but the squad got back to their winning ways against Kentucky on Oct. 5. Diggs notched both of Missouri’s goals, including the game-winner in overtime to give the team a 2-1 overtime win. Mizzou followed up the victory over the Wildcats with a 2-0 defeat of


2012 IN REVIEW Mississippi State two days later. Missouri took to the road again for a much anticipated matchup with No. 9 Florida. Adeshigbin put the Tigers head 1-0 with a goal in the first half but the Gators responded with two second half goals to claim a 2-1 victory. The Tigers rebounded two days later with a dramatic 2-1 win at Alabama. Diggs struck first to give Mizzou a 1-0 advantage but the Crimson Tide later tied the game at 1-1. With just over a minute remaining in regulation, sophomore Taylor Grant laced a pass up to Richardson, who tallied her third game-winner of the year for a 2-1 final. Following two tough losses to Arkansas and LSU, the Tigers closed the regular season with a matchup at No. 13 Texas A&M on Oct. 25. Action went back and forth throughout much of the exciting match. With Mizzou down 1-0 and just eight minutes left in regulation, Clark knotted the score at 1-1 with her fourth goal of the year. The contest went to overtime, where the home Aggies ultimately prevailed, 2-1. Following the season, Top Drawer Soccer named the match the seventh-best game of the season. Mizzou made its third trip to Alabama in just over a month for the 2012 SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. The Tigers advanced to the semifinals following a 2-1 win over Kentucky in the first round. Despite a loss to No. 11 Florida in the semifinals, the Tigers earned their fifth NCAA Tournament berth in program history when the selections were announced on Nov. 5. Mizzou’s first round matchup against Illinois on No. 10 was reminiscent of the team’s last NCAA game against the Fighting Illini in 2009. Illinois went ahead 1-0 in the first half but tied the match in the 53rd minute when junior Danielle Nottingham tallied her first goal of the season. The two teams were still tied after 110 minutes of play to force a penalty kick shootout. Unfortunately, The Fighting Illini proved victorious in the shootout (3-0) to end the Tigers’ season. Even though Mizzou’s season did not end the way the team envisioned it, the year was still a success. “To come out and have our first season in the SEC and to have the season we did is one of the highlights of my career,” senior Jessica Greer said following the NCAA Tournament game. “Coming out and play the way we did this year I think we proved a lot of people wrong.” Many Tigers were recognized on an individual level following the season. Richardson and Diggs were both honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), as Richardson was named to the All-South Region second team and Diggs to the third team. Additionally, Diggs and Richardson both earned spots on the All-SEC first team, with Diggs becoming just the third Tiger to earn multiple all-conference first team accolades. Johnson was named to the SEC All-Freshman team and senior Allison Hu claimed SEC CoScholar Athlete of the Year honors. In the classroom, Hu became the second Academic All-American in program history when she earned a spot on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s Soccer Second Team. Diggs was also honored for her work off the pitch after earning Capital One Academic All-District 6 accolades. Despite the loss of five seniors, Mizzou returns eight starters and a strong nucleus of players for the 2013 season. No longer the new kid on the block in the SEC, and with the recent NCAA bid under their belts, the Tigers will strive to reach new heights next year.

2012 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS • The Mizzou soccer team earned its fifth NCAA Tournament berth in program history and finished 2012 with a 14-7-1 record. • The Tigers were ranked in the national rankings for much of the season, including a high of 10 in early September. • Mizzou’s 10-1 record to begin the season marked the team’s best start in program history. The squad also started 5-0 in league play for the first time ever. • A 2-1 win over Auburn on Sept. 21 gave Missouri its first ever Southeastern Conference victory. • The Tigers advanced to the SEC Tournament semifinals with a 2-1 win over Kentucky in the quarterfinals. • Senior Allison Hu was selected as the SEC Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year. She also became the second Academic All-American in program history when she earned a spot on the Capital One Academic All-America Division I Women’s Soccer Second Team. • Richardson and Diggs were also named to the All-SEC first team. With her honor, Diggs became just the third Tiger to earn multiple all-conference first team accolades. • Freshman Candace Johnson also received accolades from the SEC with a place on the SEC All-Freshman Team. • In the classroom, 12 Tigers were named to Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll: Taiwo Adeshigbin, Kaysie Clark, Brittany Conley, Diggs, Lauren Flynn, Hu, Haley Krentz, Danielle Nottingham, Brittanee Randle, Abi Raymer and Richardson.

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2012 IN REVIEW 2012 SEASON STATISTICS Overall: 14-7-1 SEC: 8-5 ## 8 14 7 22 4 9 2 8 19 11 23 18 3 6 20 13 12 5 16 44 15

Name Nottingham, Danielle Diggs, Alyssa Adeshigbin, Taiwo Raymer, Abi Krentz, Haley Clark, Kaysie Richardson, Dominique Nottingham, Danielle Greer, Jessica Flynn, Lauren Johnson, Candace Grant, Taylor Williams, Brooke Russell, Reagan Mulcahy, Kelsey Thune, Sarah Blanchard, Macee Conley, Brittany James, Kaz Randle, Brittanee Hu, Allison Total Opponents

## 1 TM

Name Sauerwein, McKenzie TEAM Total. Opponents

GP-GS 21-19 17-13 21-17 22-22 22-22 19-17 22-22 21-21 22-9 22-22 20-19 22-14 15-0 22-0 19-1 20-0 14-0 8-0 12-0 7-0 21-21 22 22

Min 1264 969 1138 1523 1443 1350 1686 1857 1292 1986 1659 1079 273 722 429 319 196 59 162 60 1924 22140 GP-GS 22-22 22 22

G 5 8 7 7 3 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 24

A 3 1 2 2 10 3 1 4 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 26

Pts 13 17 16 16 16 11 9 6 5 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104 74

Min 2014:10 0:00 2014:10 2014:10

Home: 8-2-1 Away: 5-4 Neutral: 1-1 Sh 42 33 56 41 70 45 59 14 23 14 12 45 9 23 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 454 282

Shot% .119 .242 .125 .171 .043 .089 .068 .071 .087 .071 .083 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .084 .085

SOG 19 15 31 14 29 19 21 5 6 3 4 18 4 12 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 182 120 Sv 93 3 96 144

SOG% .452 .455 .554 .341 .414 .422 .356 .357 .261 .214 .333 .400 .444 .522 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .401 .426

YC-RC 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 27-1 9-0

GW 1 3 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 7

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 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 1-1 0-1

W 14 0 14 7

L 7 0 7 14

T 1 0 1 1

GA 24 0 24 38

Avg 1.07 0.00 1.07 1.70

Pct .795 1.000 .800 .791

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

Sho 6.0 0.0 6 3

Team saves: 3

GOALS BY PERIOD Missouri Opponents

1st 17 8

2nd 20 14

OT 1 2

OT2 0 0

Total 38 24

SHOTS BY PERIOD Missouri Opponents

1st 199 131

2nd 245 141

OT 7 8

OT2 3 2

Total 454 282

SAVES BY PERIOD Missouri Opponents

1st 50 65

2nd 44 77

OT 2 1

OT2 0 1

Total 96 144

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Missouri Opponents

1st 69 46

2nd 92 50

OT 0 1

OT2 3 0

Total 164 97

FOULS BY PERIOD Missouri Opponents

1st 119 81

2nd 118 83

OT 4 1

OT2 0 0

Total 241 165

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MU 7907 11/719 2/1104

OPP 10578 9/1175


CAREER RECORDS Nikki Thole (97-00) _______________ 7 6. Kristin Andrighetto (06-10) _________ 6 Karen Bauer (00-04) ______________ 6 8. Bree Thornton (06-10) ____________ 5 Melissa Peabody (01-04) __________ 5 10. Five players ____________________ 4

SHOTS

Mizzou’s most accomplished athlete, All-American Nikki Thole, holds the Tiger career records in points, goals, multiple-goal games, game-winning goals and hat tricks.

POINTS

GAME-WINNING GOALS

1. Nikki Thole (97-00) _____________ 151 2. Alysha Bonnick (07-10) __________ 99 3. Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) ________ 96 Adriene Davis (00-03)____________ 96 Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) ________ 96 6. Jennifer Nobis (02-05) ___________ 93 7. Erin Grimsley (98 99) ____________ 83 8. Melissa Peabody (01-04) _________ 76 Michelle Collins (06-09) __________ 76 10. Kristin Boeker (97-00)____________ 54

1. 2. 3. 4.

GOALS

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 9. 10.

Nikki Thole (97-00) ______________ 61 Alysha Bonnick (07-00) __________ 39 Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) ________ 38 Jennifer Nobis (02-05) ___________ 32 Adriene Davis (00-03)____________ 32 Erin Grimsley (98-99) ____________ 30 Melissa Peabody (01-04) _________ 29 Michelle Makasini (09) ___________ 29 Michelle Collins (06-09) __________ 27 Amber Swinehart (02-05) _________ 19 Kristin Boeker (97-00)____________ 19

MULTIPLE GOALS GAMES 1. Nikki Thole (97-00) ______________ 17 2. Adriene Davis (00-03)_____________ 7 Erin Grimsley (98-99) _____________ 7 4. Melissa Peabody (01-04) __________ 6 Alysha Bonnick (07-10) ___________ 6 6. Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) _________ 4 7. Kristen Heil (01-04)_______________ 3 8. Six Players _____________________ 2

Alysha Bonnick (07-10) __________ 14 Nikki Thole (97-00) ______________ 12 Melissa Peabody (01-04) _________ 11 Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) ________ 10 Michelle Makasini (09) ___________ 10 6. Jennifer Nobis (02-05) ____________ 9 7. Adriene Davis (00-03)_____________ 8 Michelle Collins (06-09) ___________ 8 9. Amber Swinehart (02-05) __________ 6 Erin Grimsley (98-99) _____________ 6

7. 8. 9. 10.

Adriene Davis (00-02)____________ 32 Nikki Thole (97-00) ______________ 29 Jennifer Nobis (02-05) ___________ 28 Erin Grimsley (98-99) ____________ 23 Karen Bauer (00-04) _____________ 22 Michelle Collins (06-09) __________ 22 Alysha Bonnick (07-10) __________ 21 Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) ________ 20 Amy Timmermann (97-00) ________ 19 Melissa Peabody (01-04) _________ 18

MULTIPLE ASSIST GAMES 1. Karen Bauer (00-04) ______________ 6 Michelle Collins (06-09) ___________ 6 2. Adriene Davis (00-03)_____________ 5 Nikki Thole (97-00) _______________ 5 4. Jennifer Nobis (02-05) ____________ 4 5. Erin Grimsley (98-99) _____________ 3 Amy Timmermann (97-00) _________3

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS 1. Jennifer Nobis (02-05) ____________ 9 Adriene Davis (00-03)_____________ 9 3. Mo Redmond (06-09) _____________ 7 Amy Timmermann (97-00) _________ 7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) _______ 379 Nikki Thole (97-00) _____________ 269 Melissa Peabody (01-04) ________ 268 Jennifer Nobis (02-05) __________ 263 Adriene Davis (00-03)___________ 196 Elyse Nikonchuk (03-06) ________ 190 Alysha Bonnick (07-10) _________ 178 Kristen Heil (01-04)_____________ 159 Amber Swinehart (02-05) ________ 153 Haley Krentz (09-12) ___________ 130 Dominique Richardson (10-Pres.) _ 130

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) _______ 165 Nikki Thole (97-00) _____________ 158 Melissa Peabody (01-04) ________ 127 Jennifer Nobis (02-05) __________ 123 Adriene Davis (00-03)___________ 103 Alysha Bonnick (07-10) _________ 100 Kristen Heil (01-04)______________ 80 Kristin Boeker (97-00)____________ 74 Amber Swinehart (02-05) _________ 69

SHOT ON GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Shea Swoboda (00-04) __________ 2. Heather Buchheit (96-99) _________ Kate Dwyer (96-99) _____________ 4. Amy Timmermann (97-00) _______ 5. Nikki Thole (97-00) _____________ 6. Erin Grimsley (98-99) ___________ 7. Jennifer Maunder (97-98) ________ 8. Adriene Davis (00-03) ___________ 9. Alyssa Diggs (10-PR) ___________ Kristen Heil (01-04) _____________

69% 63% 63% 61% 59% 57% 54% 53% 51% 51%

MOST HAT TRICKS Nikki Thole Melissa Peabody

4 2

1997-00 2000-03

ALL-TIME HAT TRICKS Nikki Thole Nikki Thole Nikki Thole Nikki Thole Melissa Peabody Melissa Peabody

v. Loyola v. SMU v. Texas Tech v. Iowa State v. Texas A&M v. Arkansas-LR

9/4/98 9/11/98 10/2/98 10/16/98 10/19/03 10/28/01

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CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED

MINUTES IN GOAL

1. Kristen Heil (01-04)______________ 91 2. Kristin Andrighetto (06-09) ________ 85 Kari Adam (07-10) ______________ 85 Alysha Bonnick (07-10) __________ 85 Kendra Collins (08-11) ___________ 85 6. Jessica Greer (09-12) ____________ 84 Mallory Stipetich (08-11) __________ 84 Janelle Cordia (05-08) ___________ 84 Amber Swinehart (02-05) _________ 84 Dyana Russell (98-01) ___________ 84

(Minimum 2,000 minutes in goal)

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

GAMES STARTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dyana Russell (98-01) ____________ 82 Crystal Wagner (06-09) __________ 81 Heather Buchheit (96-99) __________ 79 Alysha Bonnick (07-10) __________ 78 Suzy Probst (99-02) ______________ 77 Nikki Thole (97-00) _______________ 77 7. Mo Redmond (05-08) ________________ 76 Erica Pusch (02-05) ______________ 76 9. Kat Tarr (05-08) __________________ 75 10. Adriene Davis (00-03) _____________ 74

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Graham Watson (98-00) __________1.06 Tasha Dittamore (07-09) _________ 1.15 McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR) ______1.18 Megan Duncan (00-03) ___________1.41 Laura Buehrig (04-05) ____________1.47 Mallory Forst (05-08.) ____________1.49 Liz LaTour (96-99) _______________1.90 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) _______2.07 Jackie Adamec (97-99) ___________2.17

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

Jackie Adamec (97-99) ___________ 295 Megan Duncan (00-03) ___________ 275 McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR) ______ 205 Liz LaTour (96-99) _______________ 197 Tasha Dittamore (07-PR.) _________ 179 Laura Buehrig (04-05) ____________ 174 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) _______ 145 Mallory Forst (05-PR.) ____________ 110 Graham Watson (98-99) ___________ 28 Melissa Grinstead (1996) __________ 28

1. McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR) _______ 49 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) ________ 49 3. Laura Buehrig (04-05) _____________ 52 4. Liz LaTour (96-99) ________________ 58 5. Tasha Dittamore (07-PR.) __________ 63 6. Megan Duncan (00-03) ____________ 74 7. Jackie Adamec (97-99) ___________ 108

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

Tasha Dittamore (07-09) ___________ 35 Megan Duncan (00-03) ____________ 32 Jackie Adamec (97-00) ____________ 27 McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR) _______ 26 Laura Buehrig (04-05) _____________ 16 Mallory Forst (05-08) ______________ 16 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) ________ 12 Liz LaTour (96-00) ________________ 11 Graham Watson (98-00) ____________ 4 Melissa Grindstead (1996) __________ 2

W-L RECORD 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Tasha Dittamore (07-PR.) ______35-14-5 McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR) ___26-15-2 Megan Duncan (00-03) ________32-24-2 Mallory Forst (05-08) _________16-13-1 Jackie Adamec (97-99) ________27-23-2 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) ______ 12-14-1 Laura Buehrig (04-05) _________16-17-4

SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tasha Dittamore (07-09) ___________ 17 Megan Duncan (00-03) ____________ 14 McKenzie Sauerwein (07-09) _______ 12 Jackie Adamec (97-00) _____________ 8 Laura Buehrig (04-05) ______________ 7 Mallory Forst (05-08)_______________ 7 7. Liz LaTour (96-00) _________________ 5 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) _________ 4

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Tasha Dittamore (07-09) _______4945:05 Jackie Adamec (97-99) ________4837:19 Megan Duncan (00-03) ________4713:46 McKenzie Sauerwein (07-09) ___3742.01 Laura Buehrig (04-05) _________3405:18 Mallory Forst (05-08)__________2717:09 Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) ____2615:23 Liz LaTour (96-99) ____________2255:00 Graham Watson (99-00) ________391:00

GAMES PLAYED IN GOAL 1. Jackie Adamec (97-99) ___________ 57 Tasha Dittamore (07-09) __________ 57 3. Megan Duncan (00-03)___________ 56 4. McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR)______ 43 5. Laura Buehrig (04-05) ___________ 38 6. Mallory Forst (05-08) ____________ 38 7. Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) ______ 31 8. Liz LaTour (96-99) ______________ 30

GAMES STARTED IN GOAL 1. 2. 3. 4.

Tasha Dittamore (07-09) __________ 55 Jackie Adamec (97-99) ___________ 54 McKenzie Sauerwein (11-PR)______ 41 Laura Buehrig (04-05) ___________ 38 Megan Duncan (00-03)___________ 38 6. Liz LaTour (96-99) ______________ 36 7. Mallory Forst (05-08) ____________ 29 8. Stephanie Krawczyk (00-03) ______ 27


SEASON RECORDS 9.

20 tied at _____________ 1

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS 1.

5.

During her senior campaign in 2005, Jennifer Nobis posted 14 assists to set Mizzou’s singleseason mark and tied the record for game-winning assists in the season with five.

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

Nikki Thole ____________55 Nikki Thole ____________49 Erin Grimsley __________42 Erin Grimsley __________41 Kristin Andrighetto ______37 Adriene Davis _________37 Alysha Bonnick ________32 Michelle Collins ________30 Jennifer Nobis _________30 Adriene Davis _________30

GAME-WINNING GOALS ___ 1999 ___ 1998 ___ 1999 ___ 1998 ___ 2007 ___ 2001 ___ 2007 ___ 2007 ___ 2005 ___ 2002

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

9.

Nikki Thole ____________23 Nikki Thole ____________20 Erin Grimsley __________16 Kristin Andrighetto ______14 Erin Grimsley __________14 Michelle Collins ________12 Amber Swinehart _______12 Adriene Davis _________12 Kristin Andrighetto ______11 Alysha Bonnick ________11 Alysha Bonnick ________11

___ 1999 ___ 1998 ___ 1999 ___ 2007 ___ 1998 ___ 2007 ___ 2005 ___ 2001 ___ 2009 ___ 2008 ___ 2007

1. 3. 4.

8.

ASSISTS 1. 2. 4.

9.

MULTIPLE GOAL GAMES 1. 3. 4.

9.

Nikki Thole ____________ 6 ____ 2000 Nikki Thole ____________ 6 ____ 1999 Erin Grimsley __________ 4 ____ 1999 Adriene Davis _________ 3 ____ 2001 Nikki Thole ____________ 3 ____ 1997 Erin Grimsley __________ 3 ____ 1998 Karen Bauer __________ 3 ____ 2004 Kristen Heil ___________ 3 ____ 2004 12 tied at _____________ 2

Amber Swinehart _______ 6 ____ 2005 Nikki Thole ____________ 6 ____ 1999 Alysha Bonnick ________ 5 ____ 2008 Alysha Bonnick ________ 5 ____ 2007 Kristin Andrighetto ______ 4 ____ 2007 Adriene Davis _________ 4 ____ 2000 Melissa Peabody _______ 4 ____ 2001 Melissa Peabody _______ 4 ____ 2002 15 tied at _____________ 3 Jennifer Nobis _________14 ___ 2005 Adriene Davis _________13 ___ 2001 Erin Grimsley __________13 ___ 1998 Haley Krentz __________10 ___ 2012 Alysha Bonnick ________10 ___ 2007 Erin Grimsley __________10 ___ 1999 Amy Timmermann ______10 ___ 1999 Adriene Davis _________10 ___ 2002 Kristin Andrighetto ______ 9 ____ 2007 Nikki Thole ____________ 9 ____ 2000 Nikki Thole ____________ 9 ____ 1999 Nikki Thole ____________ 9 ____ 1998 Melissa Peabody _______ 9 ____ 2002

Mo Redmond __________ 5 ____ 2007 Jennifer Nobis _________ 5 ____ 2005 Adriene Davis _________ 5 ____ 2001 Amy Timmermann ______ 5 ____ 1999 Haley Krentz __________ 3 ____ 2012 Alysha Bonnick ________ 3 ____ 2007 Michelle Collins ________ 3 ____ 2007 Elyse Nikonchuk _______ 3 ____ 2006 Karen Bauer __________ 3 ____ 2003 Melissa Peabody _______ 3 ____ 2003 Nikki Thole ____________ 3 ____ 2000 Nikki Thole ____________ 3 ____ 1999

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

Kristin Andrighetto _____ 113 ___ 2009 Kristin Andrighetto _____ 105 ___ 2007 Melissa Peabody _______97 ___ 2002 Jennifer Nobis _________94 ___ 2005 Nikki Thole ____________93 ___ 1999 Kristin Andrighetto ______84 ___ 2008 Amber Swinehart _______78 ___ 2005 Kristin Andrighetto ______77 ___ 2006 Adriene Davis _________76 ___ 2001 Nikki Thole ____________76 ___ 2000

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Nikki Thole ____________55 Kristin Andrighetto ______47 Kristin Andrighetto ______45 Kristin Andrighetto ______44 Melissa Peabody _______43 Adriene Davis _________42 Nikki Thole ____________39 Jennifer Nobis _________38 Nikki Thole ____________36 Erin Grimsley __________36

___ 1999 ___ 2009 ___ 2007 ___ 2008 ___ 2002 ___ 2001 ___ 1998 ___ 2005 ___ 2000 ___ 1999

MULTIPLE ASSIST GAMES 1. 2.

Nikki Thole ____________ 3 ____ 1999 Jennifer Nobis _________ 2 ____ 2005 Erica Pusch ___________ 2 ____ 2005 Kristen Heil ___________ 2 ____ 2004 Karen Bauer __________ 2 ____ 2002 Adriene Davis _________ 2 ____ 2003 Adriene Davis _________ 2 ____ 2002 Erin Grimsley __________ 2 ____ 1999

Forward Amber Swinehart is tied with Nikki Thole with six career game-winning goals.

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SEASON RECORDS SHOT ON GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 10 shots on goal)

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

Shea Swoboda _______ .818 ___ Kendra Collins ________ .786 ___ Heather Buchheit ______ .737 ___ Brooke Williams _______ .733 ___ Amy Timmermann _____ .705 ___ Meggie Malm _________ .700 ___ Nikki Thole ___________ .682 ___ Heather Buchheit ______ .666 ___ Nikki Thole ___________ .661 ___ Krista Kruse __________ .655 ___

2003 2010 1997 2011 1999 2003 1997 1996 1998 2010

GAMES PLAYED 1.

5.

Karen Bauer __________24 Kristen Heil ___________24 Erica Pusch ___________24 Amber Swinehart _______24 19 tied at _____________23

4.

Karen Bauer _________ Kristen Heil __________ Erica Pusch __________ Heather Buchheit ______ Janelle Cordia ________ Tasha Dittamore ______ Mandy Pavlovits ______ Meghan Pfeiffer _______ Dyana Russell ________ Kat Tarr _____________ Nikki Thole ___________ Bree Thornton ________

___ 2003 ___ 2003 ___ 2003 ___ 2003

24 ____ 2003 24 ____ 2003 24 ____ 2003 23 ____ 1999 23 ____ 2008 23 ____ 2008 23 ____ 1999 23 ____ 2008 23 ____ 1999 23 ____ 2008 23 ____ 1999 23 ____ 2008

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

VICTORIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Jackie Adamec _______ 131 ___ 1999 Liz LaTour ___________ 127 ___ 1996 Jackie Adamec _______ 111 ___ 1998 Megan Duncan _______ 106 ___ 2001 Laura Buehrig ________ 103 ___ 2005 McKenzie Sauerwein ____93 ___ 2012 Tasha Dittamore _______80 ___ 2008 Laura Buehrig _________71 ___ 2004 Megan Duncan ________68 ___ 2002 Megan Duncan ________58 ___ 2003

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (Minimum 1,000 minutes in goal)

GAMES STARTED 1.

SAVES

Graham Watson_______ 0.00 ___ 1998 Tasha Dittamore ______ 0.79 ___ 2008 Liz LaTour ___________ 0.82 ___ 1999 McKenzie Sauerwein ___ 1.07 ___ 2012 Tasha Dittamore ______ 1.21 ___ 2007 McKenzie Sauerwein ___ 1.30 ___ 2011 Megan Duncan _______ 1.30 ___ 2003 8. Laura Buehrig ________ 1.34 ___ 2005 9. Megan Duncan _______ 1.39 ___ 2000 10. Megan Duncan _______ 1.46 ___ 2001

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

9.

Megan Duncan ________17 Tasha Dittamore _______18 Megan Duncan ________19 Mallory Forst __________20 McKenzie Sauerwein ____24 McKenzie Sauerwein ____25 Mallory Forst __________25 Stephanie Krawczyk ____25 Megan Duncan ________27 Laura Buehrig _________27

___ 2003 ___ 2008 ___ 2002 ___ 2007 ___ 2012 ___ 2011 ___ 2006 ___ 2003 ___ 2001 ___ 2005

W-L RECORD (Minimum four games)

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

Graham Watson __ Tasha Dittamore __ Megan Duncan ___ Megan Duncan ___ Tasha Dittamore __ McKenzie Sauerwein Tasha Dittamore __ 8. McKenzie Sauerwein Jackie Adamec ___ 10. Mallory Forst _____

3-1-0 ______ 2000 16-5-2 _____ 2008 7-3-0 ______ 2002 9-4-0 ______ 2003 6-3-0 ______ 2007 14-7-1 _____ 2012 13-6-3 _____ 2009 12-8-1 _____ 2011 12-8-1 _____ 1999 7-5-0 ______ 2007

Tasha Dittamore ______ 16 ____2008 McKenzie Sauerwein ___ 14 ____2012 Tasha Dittamore ______ 13 ____2009 McKenzie Sauerwein ___ 12 ____2011 Jackie Adamec _______ 12 ____1999 5. Megan Duncan _______ 11 ____2001 Jackie Adamec _______ 11 ____1998 7. Mallory Forst _________ 9_____2006 Laura Buehrig ________ 9_____2005 Megan Duncan _______ 9_____2003 10. Mallory Forst _________ 7_____2007 Laura Buehrig ________ 7_____2004 Megan Duncan _______ 7_____2002

MINUTES IN GOAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tasha Dittamore _____ 2060:27 __ 2008 Jackie Adamec ______ 2027:00 __ 1999 McKenzie Sauerwein _20:14.10 _ 2012 Tasha Dittamore _____ 1990:39 __ 2009 Jackie Adamec ______ 1820:57 __ 1998 Laura Buehrig _______ 1809:10 __ 2005 McKenzie Sauerwein _ 1727:51 __ 2011 Megan Duncan ______ 1662:50 __ 2001 Laura Buehrig _______ 1596:08 __ 2004 Mallory Forst ________ 1499:21 __ 2006

GAMES PLAYED IN GOAL

SHUTOUTS

Tasha Dittamore _______23 Jackie Adamec ________23 3. McKenzie Sauerwein ____22 Tasha Dittamore _______22 5. McKenzie Sauerwein ____21 Jackie Adamec ________21 7. Laura Buehrig _________20 8. Megan Duncan ________19 9. Laura Buehrig _________18 10. Mallory Forst __________17 Liz LaTour ____________17

1. 2.

GAMES STARTED IN GOAL

4.

7.

Tasha Dittamore _____ 10 _____ 2008 McKenzie Sauerwein ___6 _____ 2012 McKenzie Sauerwein ___6 _____ 2011 Laura Buehrig ________5 _____ 2005 Stephanie Krawczyk ___5 _____ 2003 Megan Duncan _______5 _____ 2001 Tasha Dittamore ______4 _____ 2009 Mallory Forst _________4 _____ 2006 Megan Duncan _______4 _____ 2003 Jackie Adamec _______4 _____ 1999

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1.

1.

Tasha Dittamore _______23 Jackie Adamec ________23 3. McKenzie Sauerwein ____22 Tasha Dittamore _______22 5. Jackie Adamec ________21 6. Laura Buehrig _________20 7. McKenzie Sauerwein ____19 Megan Duncan ________19 9. Laura Buehrig _________18 10. Mallory Forst __________17 Liz LaTour ____________17

___ 2008 ___ 1999 ___ 2012 ___ 2009 ___ 2011 ___ 1998 ___ 2005 ___ 2001 ___ 2004 ___ 2006 ___ 1996 ___ 2008 ___ 1999 ___ 2012 ___ 2009 ___ 1998 ___ 2005 ___ 2011 ___ 2001 ___ 2004 ___ 2006 ___ 1996


PROGRAM RECORDS GAME RECORDS

STREAKS

Goals _____________ 12 _____ v. Ark.-Little Rock ______ 10/28/01 Assists _____________9______ v. Arkansas State ________ 9/8/05 9______ v. Ark.-Little Rock ______ 10/28/01 Points_____________ 33 _____ v. Ark.-Little Rock ______ 10/28/01 Shots _____________ 41 _____ v. Northwest. State _______ 9/9/06 Shot % ___________100% ___ v. Nebraska____________ 11/6/99 SOG______________ 19 _____ v. Northern Iowa _______ 9/25/09 SOG % __________100% ____ three times Corner Kicks _______ 16 _____ v. Kansas _____________ 11/4/09 Penalty Kicks ________1______ 16 times Fouls _____________ 29 _____ v. Marquette (4OT) ______ 11/10/99 Saves_____________ 17 _____ v. Colorado ___________ 10/27/96 Goals Allowed _______8______ v. Nebraska____________ 10/1/96 Shots Allowed _______ 0 ______ v. Indiana State_________ 9/4/01

Wins_______________________7 _____ Aug. 21-Sept. 11, 2011 Aug. 25-Sept. 15, 2006 Home Wins _________________9 _____ Aug. 21-Oct. 25, 2009 Road Wins __________________5 _____ Aug. 21-Nov. 4, 2009 Losses _____________________4 _____ four times Home Losses________________2 _____ Aug. 28-Sept. 6, 2009 Road Losses ________________4 _____ three times Consecutive SHO ____________5 _____ Aug. 25- Sept. 8, 2006 Games w/o Being SHO _______ 20 _____ Sept. 7, 2008-Aug. 28, 2009

SEASON RECORDS Goals ___________________________ 61 ______________ 1999 Assists __________________________ 57 ______________ 1998 Points___________________________171 _____________ 1999 Shots ___________________________515 _____________ 2008 Shot % _________________________ .186 _____________ 1998 SOG____________________________234 _____________ 2008 SOG % ________________________ .613 _____________ 1997 Corner Kicks _____________________164 _____________ 2012 Penalty Kicks ______________________4 _________ 1999, 2011 Fouls ___________________________370 _____________ 1999 Saves___________________________182 _____________ 1996 Victories _________________________ 16 ______________ 2008 Shutouts ________________________ 12 ______________ 2008 GAA ___________________________ 0.80 _____________ 2008 GPG avg. ________________________ 2.7 ______________ 1999 PPG avg. _______________________ 7.43 _____________ 1999 Most Goals Allowed ________________ 38 ______________ 2004 Fewest Goals Allowed ______________ 19 ______________ 2008 Games Played ____________________ 24 ______________ 2003 Fewest Games Played _____________ 19 ______________ 1997

SEASON GAME RECORDS Win-Loss Record ______________16-5-2 ________________ 2008 Most Home Wins _______________ 10 __________________ 2008 Most Road Wins ________________5 _____________ 2007, 2012 Most Losses __________________ 14 __________________ 1996 Most Home Losses ______________7 __________________ 1996 Most Road Losses _______________6 ______________ 1996,1997 Margin of Victory _______________ 12 ______ v. Ark.-RL (10/28/01) Margin of Defeat ________________7 __________________ twice Highest Combined Score_________ 12 ______ v. Ark.-LR (10/28/01) Lowest Combined Score __________0 _______________ six times

OVERTIME GAMES Most Played _________________7 6 Most Wins __________________2 Most Losses ________________4 3 Most Ties after OT ____________3

_____________________ 2002 ___________ 2003, 2007, 2009 ___________ 2003, 2006, 2007 ________________ 2003, 2007 ________________ 2002, 2008 ________________ 2005, 2009

SEASON ATTENDANCE RECORDS Year

Attendance

Games

2012______________ 7,907 ______________11__________ 2011 ______________ 7,192 ______________11__________ 2010______________ 6,277 ______________ 8 __________ 2009______________ 5, 258 ______________10 _________ 2008______________ 7, 005 ______________13 _________ 2007______________ 7,037 ______________11__________ 2006______________ 6,245 ______________10 _________ 2005______________ 6,494 ______________11__________ 2004______________ 6,051 ______________11__________ 2003______________ 5,537 ______________10 _________ 2002______________ 4,149 ______________ 8 __________ 2001______________ 7,230 ______________12 _________ 2000______________ 4,783 ______________10 _________ 1999______________ 2,976 ______________ 9 __________ 1998______________ 1,829 ______________ 8 __________

Avg. 719 654 785 526 539 640 624 590 550 554 565 602 478 331 299

ATTENDANCE RECORDS Attendance Opponent Date 1,926 _______________ v. Memphis ___________________ 8/6/01 1,774 _______________ v. Oklahoma _________________ 10/7/05 1,545 _______________ v. Texas A&M ________________ 9/28/07 1,539 _______________ v. Ole Miss __________________ 9/21/12 1,288 _______________ v. Oklahoma _________________ 10/1/10 1,224 _______________ v. Texas A&M ________________ 9/30/11 1,169 _______________ v. Memphis __________________ 8/17/12 1,116 _______________ v. Kansas ___________________ 9/24/10 1,038 _______________ v. Texas A&M _______________ 10/17/10 1,105 _______________ v. Iowa State _________________ 10/1/00 1,065 _______________ v. Nebraska _________________ 9/22/06 1,044 _______________ v. Texas ___________________ 10/26/08 1,005 _______________ v. Nebraska _________________ 10/5/01 978 ________________ v. Northwestern ______________ 8/31/96 947_________________ v. Kansas __________________ 10/21/11

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PROGRAM RECORDS WALTON STADIUM RECORDS

OPPONENT GAME RECORDS

Game

Goals _____________12 ____ v. Ark.-Little Rock _______ 10/28/01 Assists ____________ 9 _____ twice Points_____________33 ____ v. Ark.-Little Rock _______ 10/28/01 Shots _____________41 ____ v. Northwestern State ______ 9/8/06 Shot % ___________ 37% ____ v.Texas A&M ___________ 10/19/04 SOG______________19 ____ v. Northern Iowa _________ 9/25/09 SOG % _________ 100% ___ v. Northwestern ___________ 1996 Corner Kicks _______15 ____ v. Vanderbilt ____________ 9/23/12 Penalty Kicks _______ 2 ____ v. Marquette (4OT) _______ 11/10/99 Fouls _____________29 ____ v. Marquette (4OT) _______ 11/10/99 Saves_____________15 ____ v. Kansas ___________ 10/21/2011 Goals Allowed ______ 8 ____ v. Nebraska ______________ 1996 Shots Allowed ______ 0 _____ three times

Season

Goals _________________________ 42 _________________ Assists ________________________ 40 _________________ Points________________________ 124 _________________ Shots ________________________ 307 _________________ SOG_________________________ 140 _________________ SOG % _____________________ 69.9% ________________ Corner Kicks ___________________ 93 _________________ Penalty Kicks ___________________ 3 __________________ Fouls ________________________ 188 _________________ Saves_________________________ 69 _________________ Victories _______________________ 10 _________________ Shutouts ______________________ 7 __________________ GAA _________________________ 0.60 ________________ GPG avg. ______________________4.6 _________________ PPG avg. _____________________ 13.7 ________________ Most Goals allowed ______________ 28 _________________

2001 2001 2001 2008 2001 1998 2012 1999 1999 1999 2008 2008 2008 2001 2001 1996

Goals ________________8 ____ Assists ______________ 11 ___ Points_______________ 24 ___ Shots _______________ 37 ___ Shot % _____________ 100% __ SOG________________ 20 ___ SOG % ____________ 60% ___ Corner Kicks _________ 15 ____ Penalty Kicks __________1 ____ Fouls _______________ 27 ____ Saves_______________ 16 ____ 14 ____ Goals Allowed _________0 ____

Nebraska ___________ 10/18/96 North Carolina ________ 9/28/01 North Carolina ________ 9/28/01 Nebraska _____________11/9/96 three times Northwestern _________ 8/21/01 twice in 2003 Texas ______________ 10/27/02 Oklahoma State ________11/9/03 many times Florida ______________ 9/12/04 Texas ______________ 10/24/99 Iowa ________________ 8/29/03 many times

OPPONENT SEASON RECORDS Goals __________________________ 51 ________________ 1996 Assists _________________________ 37 ________________ 1999 Points_________________________ 137________________ 1997 Shots _________________________ 369________________ 1996 Corner Kicks ____________________115 ________________ 1999 Penalty Kicks ____________________ 4_________________ 2007 Fouls _________________________ 272________________ 1999 Saves ________________________ 161________________ 2007 Shutouts _______________________ 5____________ 1996, 2004 GAA __________________________ 1.31 _______________ 1996 GPG avg. ______________________ 2.75 _______________ 1996 PPG avg. ______________________ 6.65 _______________ 1996 Most Goals Allowed _______________ 61 ________________ 1999 Fewest Goals Allowed _____________ 27 ________________ 1996 Win-Loss Record _______________ 14-6 _______________ 1996

INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT RECORDS Goals ______ 3 ____ Molly Cameron, Baylor____________ 9/25/96 3 ____ Isabelle Morneau, Nebraska ______ 10/18/96 3 ____ Lindsay Johnson, Texas A&M _____ 11/21/01 Assists _____ 3 ____ Bryn Blalack, Texas A&M __________ 9/15/96 Points______ 7 ____ Bryn Blalack, Texas A&M __________ 9/15/96 Goalkeeper Liz LaTour set the Missouri single-game and Walton Stadium r e c o r d making 17 saves against Colorado in 1997.

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Shots _____ 14 ____ Courtney Saunders, Baylor ________ 10/3/99 Saves_____ 16 ____ Holly Smith, Arkansas ____________ 9/22/96 16 ____ Cami Varnador, Texas ___________ 10/24/99 14 ____ Britta Vogele, Iowa _______________ 8/29/03


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS GOALS Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____

Player G Alyssa Diggs ______________ 8 Dominique Richardson ______ 6 Alysha Bonnick ____________ 9 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 11 Alysha Bonnick ___________ 11 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 14 Kristin Andrighetto __________ 6 Amber Swinehart __________ 12 Jennifer Nobis _____________ 9 Kristen Heil ______________ 10 Adriene Davis ____________ 10 Adriene Davis ____________ 12 Nikki Thole _______________ 10 Nikki Thole _______________ 23 Nikki Thole _______________ 20 Kristin Boeker _____________ 8 Nikki Thole ________________ 8 1996____ Sara Taylor________________ 6 Kate Dwyer _______________ 6

ASSISTS Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

Player A Haley Krentz _____________ 10 Kaysie Clark_______________ 5 Danielle Nottingham ________ 4 Michelle Collins ____________ 6 Michelle Collins ____________ 7 Alysha Bonnick ___________ 10 Ashley Hamblin ____________ 5 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 14 Kristen Heil _______________ 6 Karen Bauer_______________ 6 Jennifer Nobis _____________ 8 Adriene Davis ____________ 10 Adriene Davis ____________ 13 Nikki Thole ________________ 9 Amy Timmermann _________ 10 Erin Grimsley _____________ 10 Erin Grimsley _____________ 13 Kristin Boeker _____________ 6 Sara Taylor________________ 4 Heather Buchheit ___________ 4

POINTS Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____

Player P Alyssa Diggs _____________ 17 Danielle Nottingham _______ 13 Alysha Bonnick ___________ 21 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 27 Alysha Bonnick ___________ 26

2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000 ___ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

Kristin Andrighetto _________ 37 Ashley Hamblin ___________ 15 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 30 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 21 Kristen Heil ______________ 23 Adriene Davis ____________ 30 Adriene Davis ____________ 37 Nikki Thole _______________ 29 Nikki Thole _______________ 55 Nikki Thole _______________ 49 Kristin Boeker ____________ 22 Sara Taylor_______________ 16

SHOTS Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

Player Sh Haley Krentz _____________ 70 Abi Raymer ______________ 52 Alysha Bonnick ___________ 45 Kristin Andrighetto ________ 113 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 84 Kristin Andrighetto ________ 105 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 77 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 94 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 68 Melissa Peabody __________ 57 Kristen Heil ______________ 57 Melissa Peabody __________ 97 Adriene Davis ____________ 76 Nikki Thole _______________ 81 Nikki Thole _______________ 93 Nikki Thole _______________ 59 Kristin Boeker ____________ 48 Grace Blum ______________ 47

SHOTS ON GOAL Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____

Player SOG Taiwo Adeshigbin __________ 31 Kaysie Clark______________ 20 Alysha Bonnick ___________ 25 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 47 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 44 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 45 Kristin Andrighetto _________ 29 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 38 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 33 Jennifer Nobis ____________ 32 Melissa Peabody __________ 43 Adriene Davis ____________ 42 Nikki Thole _______________ 39 Nikki Thole _______________ 55 Nikki Thole _______________ 39 Kristin Boeker ____________ 30

GAME-WINNING GOALS Year Player GWG 2012____ Three players ______________ 3 2011 ____ Kelsey Blincow_____________ 3 Dominique Richardson ______ 3 2010____ Alysha Bonnick ____________ 2 Krista Kruse 2 2009____ Jessie Crabtree ____________ 3 2008____ Alysha Bonnick ____________ 5 2007____ Alysha Bonnick ____________ 5 2006____ Kristin Andrighetto __________ 3 2005____ Amber Swinehart __________ 6* 2004____ Jennifer Nobis _____________ 2 Melissa Peabody ___________ 2 2003____ Kristen Heil _______________ 3 2002____ Melissa Peabody ___________ 4 2001____ Melissa Peabody ___________ 4 2000____ Adriene Davis _____________ 4 1999____ Nikki Thole _______________ 6* 1998____ Erin Grimsley ______________ 3 1997____ Kate Dwyer _______________ 2 Nikki Thole ________________ 2 1996____ Heather Buchheit ___________ 2

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS Year Player SOG 2012____ Haley Krentz ______________ 3 2011 ____ Alyssa Diggs ______________ 2 Danielle Nottingham ________ 2 2010____ Four players _______________ 1 2009____ Three players ______________ 2 2008____ Four players _______________ 2 2007____ Mo Redmond ______________ 5 2006____ Elyse Nikonchuk ___________ 3 2005____ Jennifer Nobis _____________ 5 2004____ Karen Bauer_______________ 2 2003____ Karen Bauer_______________ 3 Melissa Peabody ___________ 3 2002____ three players ______________ 2 2001____ Adriene Davis _____________ 5 2000____ Nikki Thole ________________ 3 1999____ Amy Timmermann __________ 5 1998____ Nikki Thole ________________ 3 1997____ Kristin Boeker _____________ 2 Jennifer Kram _____________ 2 1996____ Liz Passanise______________ 2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS SAVES Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

SHUTOUTS

MINUTES IN GOAL

Player Svs McKenzie Sauerwein _______ 93 McKenzie Sauerwein ______ 112 Jessica Gwin _____________ 59 Tasha Dittamore___________ 78 Tasha Dittamore___________ 80 Mallory Forst _____________ 50 Mallory Forst _____________ 54 Laura Buehrig ___________ 103 Laura Buehrig ____________ 71 Megan Duncan ___________ 58 Megan Duncan ___________ 68 Megan Duncan __________ 106 Megan Duncan ___________ 43 Stephanie Krawczyk _______ 43 Jackie Adamec___________ 131 Jackie Adamec___________ 111 Liz LaTour _______________ 55 Liz LaTour ______________ 127

Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____

Player Vic. McKenzie Sauerwein ______ 14 McKenzie Sauerwein ______ 12 Paula Pritzen _____________ 4 Tasha Dittamore__________ 13 Tasha Dittamore__________ 16 Mallory Forst _____________ 7 Mallory Forst _____________ 9 Laura Buehrig ____________ 9 Laura Buehrig ____________ 7 Megan Duncan ___________ 9 Megan Duncan ___________ 7 Megan Duncan __________ 13 Megan Duncan ___________ 3 Stephanie Krawczyk _______ 3 Jackie Adamec___________ 12 Jackie Adamec___________ 11 Jackie Adamec____________ 4 Liz LaTour _______________ 4

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____

Player ShO McKenzie Sauerwein _______ 6 McKenzie Sauerwein _______ 6 Paula Pritzen _____________ 2 Tasha Dittamore___________ 4 Tasha Dittamore__________ 10 Tasha Dittamore___________ 3 Mallory Forst _____________ 3 Mallory Forst _____________ 4 Laura Buehrig ____________ 5 Laura Buehrig ____________ 2 Megan Duncan ___________ 4 Megan Duncan ___________ 2 Stephanie Krawczyk _______ 2 Megan Duncan ___________ 5 Megan Duncan ___________ 3 Jackie Adamec____________ 4 Jackie Adamec____________ 2 Liz LaTour _______________ 2 Jackie Adamec____________ 2

VICTORIES Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

Player GAA McKenzie Sauerwein _____ 1.07 McKenzie Sauerwein _____ 1.30 Jessica Gwin ___________ 2.22 Tasha Dittamore_________ 1.49 Tasha Dittamore_________ 0.79 Tasha Dittamore_________ 1.21 Mallory Forst ___________ 1.50 Laura Buehrig __________ 1.34 Laura Buehrig __________ 1.64 Megan Duncan _________ 1.30 Megan Duncan _________ 1.47 Megan Duncan _________ 1.46 Megan Duncan _________ 1.46 Jackie Adamec__________ 1.92 Jackie Adamec__________ 1.62 Liz LaTour _____________ 2.50 Liz LaTour _____________ 2.36

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Year 2012____ 2011 ____ 2010____ 2009____ 2008____ 2007____ 2006____ 2005____ 2004____ 2003____ 2002____ 2001____ 2000____ 1999____ 1998____ 1997____ 1996____

Player Min. McKenzie Sauerwein __ 2014:10 McKenzie Sauerwein __ 1727:51 Jessica Gwin ________ 1134:41 Tasha Dittamore______ 1990:39 Tasha Dittamore______ 2060:27 Mallory Forst ________ 1162:45 Mallory Forst ________ 1499:21 Laura Buehrig _______ 1809:10 Laura Buehrig _______ 1596.08 Megan Duncan ______ 1172:56 Megan Duncan ______ 1167:02 Megan Duncan ______ 1662:50 Megan Duncan _________ 740 Jackie Adamec_________ 2027 Jackie Adamec_________ 1,820 Jackie Adamec__________ 989 Liz LaTour ____________ 1,295


INDIVIDUAL HONORS SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE HONORS SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Allison Hu ________________________________________ 2012 FIRST TEAM Alyssa Diggs ______________________________________ 2012 Dominique Richardson ______________________________ 2012 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Candace Johnson __________________________________ 2012 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Haley Krentz ______________________________________ 2012 McKenzie Sauerwein ________________________________ 2012 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Lauren Flynn ______________________________________ 2012 Candace Johnson __________________________________ 2012 Alyssa Diggs ______________________________________ 2012

BIG 12 CONFERENCE HONORS DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Crystal Wagner ____________________________________ 2009 NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Alysha Bonnick ____________________________________ 2007 COACH OF THE YEAR Bryan Blitz ___________________________________ 2007, 2009 FIRST TEAM Kristin Andrighetto ________________________ 2007, 2008, 2009 Alysha Bonnick ____________________________________ 2008 Alyssa Diggs ______________________________________ 2011 Nikki Thole ______________________________ 1998, 1999, 2000 Crystal Wagner ____________________________________ 2009 SECOND TEAM Kristin Boeker _____________________________________ 1998 Alysha Bonnick ____________________________________ 2010 Michelle Collins _______________________________ 2007, 2009 Adriene Davis _____________________________________ 2001 Tasha Dittamore ___________________________________ 2009 Ashley Gibbs ______________________________________ 2004 Erin Grimsley ______________________________________ 1999 Elyse Nikonchuk ______________________________ 2004, 2005 Jennifer Nobis _____________________________________ 2004 Melissa Peabody ______________________________ 2002, 2003 Meghan Pfeiffer _______________________________ 2007, 2008 Erica Pusch _______________________________________ 2004 Mo Redmond ______________________________________ 2007 Dominique Richardson ______________________________ 2011 Dyana Russell ________________________________ 2000, 2001 Kat Tarr __________________________________________ 2007 Nikki Thole ________________________________________ 1997

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jackie Adamec ____________________________________ 1998 Kristin Andrighetto __________________________________ 2009 Karen Bauer ______________________________________ 2003 Kristin Boeker _____________________________________ 1998 Alysha Bonnick ____________________________________ 2008 Tasha Dittamore ___________________________________ 2008 Megan Duncan ____________________________________ 2001 Erin Grimsley ______________________________________ 1998 Kristen Heil _______________________________________ 2003 Elyse Nikonchuk ___________________________________ 2003 Melissa Peabody ___________________________________ 2003 Meghan Pfeiffer ____________________________________ 2008 Erica Pusch _______________________________________ 2003 Mo Redmond ______________________________________ 2008 Dyana Russell _____________________________________ 2001 Kat Tarr __________________________________________ 2008 Amy Timmermann __________________________________ 1998 Nikki Thole ______________________________ 1998, 1999, 2000 ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM Alysha Bonnick ____________________________________ Kaysie Clark ______________________________________ Kendra Collins _____________________________________ Adriene Davis _____________________________________ Tasha Dittamore ___________________________________ Katya Hessel ______________________________________ Jennifer Nobis _____________________________________ Dominique Richardson ______________________________

2007 2011 2008 2000 2007 2007 2002 2010

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Kari Adam ________________________________________ 2007 Kristin Andrighetto ________________________ 2006, 2007, 2009 Karen Bauer ______________________________________ 2004 Alysha Bonnick ____________________________________ 2007

BIG 12 ACADEMIC HONORS FIRST TEAM Karen Bauer ________________________ 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Kelsey Blincow ________________________________ 2009, 2010 Alysha Bonnick ________________________________ 2009, 2010 Steph Brennan_________________________________ 2000, 2001 Heather Buchheit ______________________ 1996, 1997 1998, 1999 Laura Buehrig ______________________________________ 2005 Kendra Collins ______________________________________ 2009 Janelle Cordia ____________________________ 2006, 2007, 2008 Jessie Crabtree ________________________________ 2009, 2010 Erin Cummins ______________________________________ 1996 Andrea Czarnik _____________________________________ 1998 Adriene Davis ______________________________________ 2002 Alyssa Diggs _______________________________________ 2011 Angela Doss __________________________________ 1996, 1997 Megan Duncan _____________________________________ 2003 Kate Dwyer ________________________________________ 1998 Kristin Gibbons _____________________________________ 2001 Jessica Greer ______________________________________ 2010

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS Melissa Grinstead ___________________________________ 1996 Lauren Grice _____________________________ 2004, 2005, 2006 Jessica Gwin _______________________________________ 2010 Kristen Heil ___________________________________ 2003, 2004 Aria Hudetz ________________________________________ 2004 Jennifer Kram ____________________________ 1997 1998, 1999 Stephanie Krawczyk _________________________________ 2002 Haley Krentz __________________________________ 2010, 2011 Liz LaTour _______________________________ 1996 1997, 1999 Meggie Malm _____________________________ 2004, 2005, 2006 Lindsay McCoy ___________________________ 2006, 2007, 2008 Laura McKenna _____________________________________ 1998 Lacy Moore ________________________________________ 2004 Danielle Nottingham _________________________________ 2011 Liz Passanise ______________________________________ 1999 Meghan Pfeiffer _____________________________________ 2009 Suzy Probst ________________________________________ 2001 Erica Pusch ______________________________ 2003, 2004, 2005 Kira Reyes _________________________________________ 2005 Dominique Richardson _______________________________ 2011 Sarah Sallee _______________________________________ 2000 Mallory Stipetich ____________________________________ 2011 Kelsey Stokes ______________________________________ 2008 Amy Timmermann ______________________________ 1998, 2000 Bree Thornton _________________________________ 2008, 2009 Crystal Wagner _____________________________________ 2009 Graham Watson _______________________________ 1999, 2000 Sarah Whiting ______________________________________ 1996 Kathleen Wiley______________________________________ 2000

HONORABLE MENTION Andrea Czarnik _____________________________________ 1997 Kate Dwyer ________________________________________ 1997 Jennifer Kram ______________________________________ 1996 Liz Passanise ______________________________________ 1998 Sara Taylor ________________________________________ 1996

ALL-CENTRAL REGION SECOND TEAM Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ Erin Grimsley _______________________________________ Dyana Russell ______________________________________

2007 2007 1999 2001

SECOND TEAM Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ 2007 Kelsey Blincow _____________________________________ 2011 Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2008 Kendra Collins ______________________________________ 2010 Michelle Collins ________________________________ 2008, 2009 Megan Duncan _____________________________________ 2001 Kate Dwyer ________________________________________ 1999 Mallory Forst __________________________________ 2007, 2008 Jessica Greer ______________________________________ 2011 Kristen Heil ________________________________________ 2002 Brittany Hopkins _______________________________ 2009, 2010 Aria Hudetz ___________________________________ 2005, 2006 Stephanie Krawczyk _________________________________ 2003 Jennifer Nobis ______________________________________ 2003 Meghan Pfeiffer _____________________________________ 2007 Mo Redmond _____________________________ 2006, 2007, 2008 Molly Sylvester _____________________________________ 2010 Mallory Stipetich _______________________________ 2009, 2010 Amber Swinehart ____________________________________ 2005 Amy Timmermann ___________________________________ 1999 Suzy Probst ________________________________________ 2000 Crystal Wagner ________________________________ 2007, 2008 Mandy Waters ______________________________________ 2000

ALL-CENTRAL REGION THIRD TEAM Kristin Andrighetto Michelle Collins _____________________________________ Tasha Dittamore ____________________________________ Meghan Pfeiffer _____________________________________ Mo Redmond _______________________________________ Dyana Russell ______________________________________ Nikki Thole _________________________________________ Crystal Wagner _____________________________________

2007 2008 2008 2007 1999 1998 2008

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NSCAA ALL-AMERICA Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 1999 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 1997 ALL-SOUTH REGION SECOND TEAM Dominique Richardson _______________________________ 2012 ALL-SOUTH REGION THIRD TEAM Alyssa Diggs _______________________________________ 2012 ALL-CENTRAL REGION FIRST TEAM Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 1999 Crystal Wagner _____________________________________ 2009

SOCCER AMERICA NATIONAL TEAM OF THE WEEK Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ 2007 Michelle Collins _____________________________________ 2007 Tasha Dittamore ____________________________________ 2008 Ashley Hamblin ________________________________ 2006, 2008 Candace Johnson ___________________________________ 2012 Dominique Richardson _______________________________ 2011 McKenzie Sauerwein _________________________________ 2011 Kat Tar ____________________________________________ 2007

COLLEGE SOCCER ONLINE ALL-AMERICAN Nikki Thole ________________________________________ 1999


INDIVIDUAL HONORS COSIDA ACADEMIC AWARDS ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Karen Bauer __________________________________ 2003, 2004 Allison Hu _________________________________________ 2012 ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Karen Bauer __________________________________ 2003, 2004 Alyssa Diggs _______________________________________ 2012 Allison Hu _________________________________________ 2012 Lauren Grice __________________________________ 2005, 2006 Meggie Malm __________________________________ 2005, 2006 Lindsay McCoy _____________________________________ 2007 Bree Thornton ______________________________________ 2009

SOCCER BUZZ ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 1999 THIRD TEAM Dyana Russel ______________________________________ 2001 FOURTH TEAM Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ 2007 Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2008 HONORABLE MENTION Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 2000 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA Second Team Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2007 THIRD TEAM Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 1997

THIRD TEAM Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2007 Adrienne Davis _____________________________________ 2001 Elyse Nikonchuk ____________________________________ 2004 Jennifer Nobis ______________________________________ 2004 Mo Redmond _______________________________________ 2007 Dyana Russel ______________________________________ 1999 ALL-CENTRAL REGION FRESHMAN TEAM Kristin Boeker ______________________________________ Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ Adrienne Davis _____________________________________ Katya Hessel _______________________________________ Jennifer Maunder____________________________________ Elyse Nikonchuk ____________________________________ Jennifer Nobis ______________________________________ Nikki Thole _________________________________________

1997 2007 2001 2007 1997 2003 2002 1997

ELITE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Lacy Moore ________________________________________ 2002 ELITE TEAM OF THE WEEK Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2007 Megan Duncan _____________________________________ 2002 Ashley Hamblin ________________________________ 2006, 2008 Lacy Moore ________________________________________ 2002 Melissa Peabody ____________________________________ 2003 Mo Redmond _______________________________________ 2008 Kat Tar ____________________________________________ 2007 Crystal Wagner _____________________________________ 2006

SOCCERTIMES.COM NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK Ashley Hamblin _____________________________________ 2006

TOPDRAWER SOCCER

HONORABLE MENTION Kristin Boeker ______________________________________ 1997 Adrienne Davis _____________________________________ 2001

HONORABLE MENTION TEAM OF THE SEASON Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ 2009 Crystal Wagner _____________________________________ 2009

CENTRAL REGION OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Nikki Thole _________________________________________ 1999

ALL-ROOKIE FIRST TEAM Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2007

ALL-CENTRAL REGION FIRST TEAM Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ 2007 Alysha Bonnick _____________________________________ 2008 Dyana Russel ______________________________________ 2001 Nikki Thole _______________________________ 1998, 1999, 2000

WOMEN’S COLLEGE TEAM OF THE WEEK Michelle Collins _____________________________________ Lindsay McCoy _____________________________________ Mallory Stipetich ____________________________________ Kat Tarr ___________________________________________ Crystal Wagner _____________________________________

SECOND TEAM Kristin Andrighetto ___________________________________ 2008 Kristin Boeker ______________________________________ 1998 Erin Grimsley _______________________________________ 1999 Lacy Moore ________________________________________ 2002 Crystal Wagner _____________________________________ 2008

2007 2007 2011 2008 2008

COLLEGESOCCER360.COM PRIMETIME PERFORMERS OF THE WEEK Michelle Collins _____________________________________ Alyssa Diggs _______________________________________ Allison Hu _________________________________________ Dominique Richardson _______________________________ Bree Thornton ______________________________________

2009 2012 2012 2011 2009

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS H

A

Adam, Kari _______________________ 2007-10 Adamec, Jackie ___________________ 1997-99 Adeshigbin, Taiwo __________________2011-12 Andrighetto, Kristin ________________ 2006-09

B

Bauer, Karen _____________________ 2001-04 Birch, Cat ___________________________ 2011 Macee Blanchard_____________________ 2012 Blincow, Kelsey ____________________2008-11 Blum, Grace_________________________ 1996 Boeker, Kristin __________________ 1997-2000 Bonnick, Alysha ___________________ 2007-10 Brennan, Stephanie ______________ 1998-2001 Buehrig, Laura ____________________ 2004-05 Buchheit, Heather _________________ 1996-99

C

Charlebois, Alex______________________ 2010 Clark, Kaysie ______________________2011-12 Collins, Kendra ____________________2008-11 Collins, Michelle___________________ 2006-09 Conley, Brittany ______________________ 2012 Cordia, Janelle____________________ 2005-08 Crabtree, Jessie __________________ 2008-10 Crossett, Carrie ___________________ 2001-02 Cummins, Erin _______________________ 1996 Czarnik, Andrea ___________________ 1996-98

D

Davis, Adriene ____________________ Diggs, Alyssa _____________________ Dittamore, Tasha __________________ DonMoyer, Michelle ________________ Doss, Angela ____________________ Duncan, Megan ___________________ Dwyer, Kate ______________________

2000-03 2010-12 2007-08 1998-99 1996-97 2000-03 1996-99

E Ellis, Tamisha___________________ 1999-2000

Hamblin, Ashley ___________________ 2005-08 Heil, Kristen ______________________ 2001-04 Hessel, Katya _______________________ 2007 Hibbert, Kim ______________________ 2001-03 Hopkins, Brittany __________________ 2007-10 Hu, Allison ________________________2011-12 Hudetz, Aria _______________________2003-06

J

James, Kaz _________________________ 2012 Johnson, Candace____________________ 2012

K

Kochen, Tamara _____________________ 2001 Kram, Jennifer ____________________ 1996-99 Krawczyk, Stephanie _______________ 2000-03 Krentz, Haley ______________________2009-12 Kruse, Krista ______________________2007-10

L

LaTour, Elizabeth __________________ 1996-99 Lewis, Jessica _______________________ 2006 Linas, Caitlin ________________________ 2007 Lind, Jena __________________________ 2004

M

Malm, Meggie ____________________ 2003-06 Makasini, Michelle ____________________ 2009 Maunder, Jennifer _________________ 1997-99 McKenna, Laura __________________ 1997-99 McCoy, Lindsay ___________________ 2005-08 McLellan, Melissa _________________ 2000-03 McMaster, Jennifer ___________________ 2000 Moore, Lacy ______________________ 2001-04 Mulcahy, Kelsey___________________ 2010-12 Murphy, Jennifer _____________________ 1996

N

Nikonchuk, Elyse __________________ 2003-06 Nobis, Jennifer____________________ 2002-05 Nottingham, Danielle _______________ 2010-12

F

Lauren Flynn ________________________ 2012 Forst, Mallory _____________________ 2006-08 Furin, Angela ________________________ 2002

G

Gavigan, Kellie ___________________ 2009-10 Gibbons, Kristin ___________________ 2000-01 Gibbs, Ashley ____________________ 2001-04 Grant, Taylor ______________________2011-12 Green, Sydnie _______________________ 2011 Greer, Jessica ____________________ 2009-12 Grice, Lauren _____________________ 2003-06 Grimsley, Erin ____________________ 1998-99 Grinstead, Melissa ____________________ 1996 Gwin, Jessica ____________________ 2009-10

R

Randle, Britanee _____________________ 2012 Raymer, Abi _______________________2011-12 Redmond, Mo ____________________ 2005-08 Reeb, Robyn _____________________ 1996-97 Richardson, Dominique _____________ 2010-12 Ruff, Candace ____________________ 2008-09 Russell, Dyana _________________ 1998-2001 Russell, Reagan _____________________ 2012

O

O’Donnell, Jennifer ___________________ 1996 O’Leary, Amy ________________________ 1999

P

Passanise, Elizabeth _______________ 1996-99 Paulsen, Becky _________________ 1997-2000 Pavlovits, Mandy _____________________ 1999 Peabody, Melissa _________________ 2001-04 Pfeiffer, Meghan __________________ 2006-09 Pohl, Carolina _______________________ 2005 Pritchett, Bianca _____________________ 2006 Pritzen, Paula _______________________ 2010 Probst, Suzy ___________________ 1998-2002 Pusch, Erica _____________________ 2002-05

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S

Sallee, Sarah ___________________ 1998-2000 Sauerwein, McKenzie _______________2011-12 Senkosky, Maddie ____________________ 2005 Smith, Laura ________________________ 1999 Stipetich, Mallory ___________________2008-11 Stokes, Kelsey ____________________ 2007-09 Swoboda, Shea ___________________ 2001-04 Swinehart, Amber _________________ 2002-05 Sylvester, Molly ______________________ 2010

T

Taylor, Sara _________________________ 1996 Tarr, Kat _________________________ 2005-08 Thole, Nikki ____________________ 1997-2000 Thornton, Breanna_________________ 2006-09 Thune, Sarah _____________________ 2010-12 Timmermann, Amy ______________ 1997-2000

V Lauren Vineyard __________________ 2004-05

W

Wagner, Crystal ___________________ 2006-09 Waters, Mandy _________________ 1997-2001 Watson, Graham ________________ 1999-2000 Wheeler, Beth _______________________ 2004 Wiley, Kathleen ______________________ 2000 Williams, Brooke ___________________2011-12

Y Young, Emma Kate ________________ 2001-02


ALL-TIME ROSTER 0 McKenzie Sauerwein ________________2010-11 Mariah McClain ______________________ 2012 1 Heather Arney _______________________ 1996 Dyana Russell __________________ 1998-2001 Kira Reyes _______________________ 2003-05 Mallory Forst ___________________ 2006-2008 Jessica Gwin _____________________ 2009-10 Caroline Stanley _____________________ 2011 McKenzie Sauerwein __________________ 2012 2 Nikki Thole _____________________ 1997-2000 Carrie Crossett ___________________ 2001-02 Mallory Ames _____________________ 2003-05 Bree Thornton ____________________ 2006-09 Dominique Richardson _________ 2010-Present 3 Grace Blum _________________________ 1996 Amy Timmermann _______________ 1997-2000 Dallas Bird __________________________ 2001 Breanah Glynn_______________________ 2002 Beth Wheeler _____________________ 2003-04 Meghan Pfeiffer ___________________ 2005-09 Edith Lopez _________________________ 2010 4 Jennifer Kram ____________________ 1996-99 Karen Bauer _____________________ 2000-04 Lindsay McCoy _________________ 2005-2008 Haley Krentz _________________ 2009-Present 5 Heather Buccheit __________________ 1996-99 Adriene Davis ____________________ 2000-03 Megen Smith ________________________ 2004 Anne Baxter ______________________ 2005-06 Kari Adam _______________________ 2007-10 Birtany Conley ________________ 2011-Present 6 Erin Cummins _______________________ 1996 Laura McKenna ___________________ 1997-98 Amy O’Leary ________________________ 1999 Kristin Gibbons ___________________ 2000-02 Jena Lind ___________________________ 2004 Casey Dreyfus _______________________ 2005 Mallory Stipetich ___________________2008-11 Reagan Russell ______________________ 2012 7 Melissa Bell _________________________ 1996 Amy Haines _________________________ 1997 Sarah Sallee ___________________ 1998-2000 Erica Pusch ______________________ 2002-05 Katya Hessel ________________________ 2007 Molly Sylvester ___________________ 2009-10 Taiwo Adeshigbin ______________ 2011-Present 8 Kate Dwyer ____________________ 1996-1999 Amanda Williams _____________________ 2000 Ashley Gibbs _____________________ 2001-04 Beth Warwick ________________________ 2005 Crystal Wagner ___________________ 2006-09 Danielle Nottingham ___________ 2010-Present 9 Stephanie Bodine ____________________ 1996 Mandy Waters __________________ 1998-2001 Jennifer Nobis ____________________ 2002-05

Krista Kruse ______________________ 2007-10 Kaysie Clark _________________ 2011-Present 10 Andrea Czarnik _________________ 1996-1998 Mandy Pavlovits _____________________ 1999 Colleen MacCarthy ________________ 2000-01 Amber Swinehart __________________ 2002-05 Bianca Pritchett ______________________ 2006 Jessie Crabtree ___________________ 2008-10 Sydnie Green________________________ 2011 11 Erin Waller __________________________ 1997 Whitney Blackmar ____________________ 1998 Suzy Probst ____________________ 1999-2002 Elyse Nikonchuk __________________ 2003-06 Alysha Bonnick ___________________ 2007-10 Lauren Flynn _________________ 2011 Present 12 Sharon Wirkus _______________________ 1996 Jennifer Maunder________________ 1997-1999 Tamisha Ellis ___________________ 1999-2000 Kristen Heil ______________________ 2001-04 Mo Redmond ___________________ 2005-2008 Kellie Gavigan ____________________ 2009-10 Cat Birch ___________________________ 2011 Macee Blanchard_____________________ 2012 13 Jamie Miller _________________________ 1996 Kristin Boeker __________________ 1997-2000 Lacy Moore ______________________ 2001-04 Janelle Cordia __________________ 2005-2008 Sarah Thune _________________ 2009-Present 14 Jennifer Murphy ______________________ 1996 Becky Paulsen __________________ 1997-2000 Kim Hibbert ______________________ 2001-04 Carolina Pohl ________________________ 2005 Michelle Collins ___________________ 2006-09 Alyssa Diggs _________________ 2010-Present 15 Robin Neumann______________________ 1996 Michelle Hindman ____________________ 1998 Laura Smith ____________________ 1999-2000 Angela Furin _____________________ 2001-02 Melissa Griggs _______________________ 2003 Laura Buehrig ____________________ 2004-05 Jessica Lewis _______________________ 2006 Tasha Dittamore __________________ 2007-09 Allison Hu ___________________ 2011-Present 16 Jennifer O’Donnell ____________________ 1996 Erin Grimsley ___________________ 1998-1999 Jennifer McMaster ____________________ 2000 Melissa Peabody __________________ 2001-04 Kristin Andrighetto _________________ 2006-09 Kaz James __________________________ 2012 17 Robin Reeb ____________________ 1996-1997 Kathleen Wiley__________________ 1999-2000 Kyle Wilson _________________________ 2002 Aria Hudetz ______________________ 2003-06 Caitlin Linas _________________________ 2007 Kelsey Blincow ____________________2008-11 Loudell Crumpler _____________________ 2012

18 Elizabeth Passanise _____________ 1996-1999 Melissa McLellan __________________ 2000-03 Maddie Senkosky _________________ 2004-06 Brittany Hopkins __________________ 2007-10 Taylor Grant __________________ 2011-Present 19 Angela Doss ___________________ 1996-1997 Michelle DonMoyer ______________ 1998-1999 Shea Swoboda ___________________ 2001-03 Kat Tarr _______________________ 2005-2008 Jessica Greer ________________ 2009-Present 20 Sara Taylor _________________________ 1996 Stephanie Brennan ______________ 1998-2001 Kylie Moorman_______________________ 2002 Casey Dreyfus _______________________ 2004 Ashley Hamblin _________________ 2005-2008 Kelsey Mulcahy _______________ 2009-Present 21 Sarah Whiting _______________________ 1996 Tamara Kochen ___________________ 2001-02 Meggie Malm _____________________ 2003-06 22 Emmakate Young _________________ 2001-02 Lauren Grice _____________________ 2003-06 Kelsey Stokes ____________________ 2007-09 Paula Pritzen ________________________ 2010 Abi Raymer __________________ 2011-Present 23 Melissa Grinstead ____________________ 1996 Jackie Adamec _________________ 1997-1999 Megan Duncan ___________________ 2000-03 Megan Shelley _______________________ 2004 Mallory Forst ________________________ 2005 Emily Zaler__________________________ 2007 Kendra Collins _____________________2008-11 Candace Johnson ____________________ 2012 24 Elizabeth LaTour ________________ 1996-1998 Graham Watson ________________ 1999-2000 Lauren Vineyard __________________ 2004-05 Liz Gayer ________________________ 2008-09 Jessica Herrman _____________________ 2012 25 Jessica Graczyk _____________________ 1996 Carey Patton ________________________ 2000 Annie Meredith ______________________ 2005 Candace Ruff______________________ 2008--0 26 Stephanie Krawczyk _______________ 2000-03 Stephanie Gilbert _____________________ 2009 27 Edith Lopez _________________________ 2009 Shelby Sonnefeldt ____________________ 2012 44 Brittanee Randle ______________ 2011-Present 55 Michelle Makasini ____________________ 2009

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NCAA HISTORY 1999 NCAA Tournament First Round Nov. 10, 1999 • Columbia, Mo. Marquette 3, Missouri 2 (4OT) • The Missouri Tigers have made the NCAA Tournament field five times in their history, with berths in 1999, 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2012. • Mizzou owns a 2-3-2 mark in NCAA Tournament games. • All seven of Missouri’s NCAA games have been played at the team’s home field of Walton Stadium. • Mizzou’s first-ever NCAA game, a 3-2 four overtime loss to Marquette in the 1999 first round, stands as Missouri’s longestever match. The game went 142 minutes. • The Tigers’ all-time leading scorer Nikki Thole tallied Mizzou’s first-ever NCAA Tournament goal in the game against Marquette. • Three of Missouri’s NCAA games, including the last two, have gone to penalty kicks following two overtime sessions. • Six different Tigers have scored in NCAA Tournament games: Michelle Collins, Kristen Heil, Danielle Nottingham, Candace Ruff, Mallory Stipetich and Nikki Thole. • Both Collins and Thole scored two goals in NCAA games. Both of Thole’s came against Marquette in 1999, while Collins scored one against SEMO in 2007 and the other against Evansville in 2008.

The 2007 team celebrates after advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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COLUMBIA, Mo. - The University of Missouri women’s soccer team was defeated Wednesday, Nov. 10 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament by Marquette, 3-2 in four overtimes. The match, which was the longest in both programs’ history, was decided in the 142nd minute when Marquette’s Amy Hnatow scored her first career goal. After 35 minutes of scoreless play, Marquete got on the board with a score from Kate Gordon, her ninth goal of the season. The score stayed 1-0 at halftime before Marquette added its second goal in the 54th minute. Erin Morgan netted her eighth of the season on a pass from Lannette Rossini and Marquette led the Tigers 2-0. Just over two minutes later, Nikki Thole put MU on the scoreboard when she knocked home a goalie deflection with a soft headshot. Thole’s 22nd of the season got Missouri back in the match and reenergized the Tigers. After she was hauled down in the penalty box, Thole scored the equalizer on a penalty kick that beat Marquette’s goalkeeper low right. From that point on, nearly a full match was played before the next goal was scored. Three full overtimes, and most of the day’s sunlight, came and went with the team’s trading opportunities in the extra periods. At 141:13, Hnatow placed a shot over Missouri goalkeeper Jackie Adamec’s head from the right side and Marquette had the victory.


NCAA HISTORY 2003

2007

NCAA Tournament First Round

NCAA Tournament First Round

Nov. 14, 2003 • Columbia, Mo.

Nov. 16, 2007 • Columbia, Mo.

Missouri 1, Eastern Illinois 0

Missouri 1, SEMO 1 (2-0 PK)

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Appearing in the first NCAA Tournament match in four years, the Mizzou Tigers continued their hard fought post-season rally defeating Eastern Illinois 1-0. The victory marks Mizzou’s first NCAA Tournament win in the history of the program. After a lack luster first half, Mizzou didn’t waste any time shining up the scoreboard during the second period. Just three minutes into play, Kristen Heil put Mizzou up 1-0 scoring her 10th goal of the season. Preparing the scoring play deep in the midfield, forward Melissa Peabody sliced a pass to Adriene Davis in the midfield circle. Onetouching a perfect pass to Heil at the top of the penalty box. Besting two EIU defenders and keeper Tiffany Groene, Heil deftly delivered the game-winner.

COLUMBIA, Mo. - The 23rd-ranked Missouri soccer team tied Southeast Missouri State (SEMO), 1-1, with the Tigers advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament on penalty kicks. The Tigers and Redhawks were scoreless through 67:36 of action before the game was decided, 2-0, on junior Kat Tarr and junior goalkeeper Mallory Forst’s shootout shots. This marks Missouri’s second time in the 12year history of the program in which the Tigers have advanced to the second round of the tournament and first since 2003. Sophomore Michelle Collins came up with Missouri’s first goal of the night, dribbling the ball in from the top of the box. Shooting from eight yards out, Collins beat the keeper to the right, scoring 16:26 into the game. The goal was Collins’ 12th of the year. After SEMO tied the game and a scoreless overtime session, five Tigers were selected from the lineup to take Missouri’s penalty shots. Tarr made Missouri’s first penalty kick attempt but SEMO missed all four of theirs before Forst stepped up and hit her shot to advance the Tigers to the second round.

NCAA Tournament Second Round

NCAA Tournament Second Round

Nov. 16, 2003 • Columbia, Mo.

Nov. 18, 2007 • Columbia, Mo.

Kansas 2, Missouri 0

USC 1, Missouri 0

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Riding through a roller coaster season, the Missouri soccer team ended the 2003 campaign with loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to No. 16-ranked Kansas, 2-0. Backed by solid defensive play, Mizzou’s offensive squad was able to concentrate its efforts on the KU net. Jennifer Nobis pulled out an exhilarating break away, but lost the ball to an aggressive play by Jayhawk keeper Meghan Miller. Mizzou’s defensive squad continued its valiant efforts, thwarting Kansas in the backfield. Unable to best the Tigers one-on-one, the Jayhawk offense finally found fruition in one of their nine cornerkicks. Lobbing a ball into the penalty box, the two teams batted the ball through the arcade of bodies until Smith caught a sharp foot on the ball and sailed it over the goal line. Down 1-0 with just 13 minutes ticking on the clock, Missouri frantically tried to even out the score. Despite several extraordinary attempts by Davis, the Tigers struggled to come back. The frenzy opened up KU’s second scoring play that dropped MU with a 2-0 deficit with just two minutes left to play. Kimberly Karfonta lofted a ball from midfield to Carmel Kaplinger who dribbled the ball to score.

COLUMBIA, Mo. - The eighth-ranked USC Trojans (16-3-2) defeated the 23rd-ranked Missouri Tigers (13-8-1), 1-0, in the second round of the NCAA Championship Sunday in Columbia, Mo. USC scored the game-winning goal on a header from less than five yards out by midfielder Ashley Nick with 5:12 remaining in the second overtime period. USC midfielder Megan Ohai tallied the assist off a throw-in. The first half ended scoreless, with Missouri out shooting the Trojans, 5-3. Missouri’s best scoring chance came just four minutes into the game. Alysha Bonnick delivered two shots from inside the box, both saved by USC goalkeeper Kristin Olsen. USC dominated the first overtime, out-shooting the Tigers, 5-2. Five minutes into overtime USC’s Amy Rodriguez ripped a shot from just inside the box that was saved by keeper Mallory Forst. Missouri’s only scoring chance came with 18 seconds left when Michelle Collins took a pass from midfielder Mo Redmond and had a break away. After a shifty move, Collins fired a shot to the near post from six yards out but the USC goalie smothered the shot.

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NCAA HISTORY 2008

2012

NCAA Tournament First Round

NCAA Tournament First Round

Nov. 14, 2008 • Columbia, Mo.

Nov. 11, 2012 • Columbia, Mo.

Missouri 2, Evansville 0

Illinois 1, Missouri 1 (3-0 PK)

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Michelle Collins and Candace Ruff each scored a goal in the first half to give Missouri a first-round victory and send them to the second round. With rain falling on the field and 14 mph winds coming from the northwest, the Missouri women decided to waste no time in securing their spot in Sunday’s regional championship game. For the first time this year the Tigers played in the rain and showed little struggle in earning their 12th shutout of the season. Michelle Collins started things early for Mizzou as she took a pass from Crystal Wagner and sent a shot past Evansville goalkeeper Theresa Bagby in the third minute of play. The goal marked Collins seventh on the season and gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead. The Aces weren’t able to keep Mizzou quiet. Just thirty minutes after Collins’ goal Ashley Hamblin passed one to Candace Ruff for the Tiger’s second score of the game and Ruff’s second career goal. Missouri recorded 16 shots in the first period while Evansville attempted just one.

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Following a 1-1 game after 110 minutes of play between Mizzou and Illinois in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the contest went to a penalty kick shootout, where Illinois advanced 3. The Tigers outshot the Fighting Illini 28-19 in the contest but had numerous shots hit off the post. Missouri concludes its season with a 14-7-1 record, while Illinois goes to 10-8-4. The Tigers could not convert on their first three penalty kicks, while the Fighting Illini made their first three attempts to advance. Illinois went up 1-0 in the 19th minute but Missouri battled back and used a goal from junior Danielle Nottingham to knot the score at 1-1 in the 53rd minute. Redshirt-freshman Lauren Flynn played a ball across the field to Nottingham, who was stationed outside the left corner of the box. Nottingham ripped a 20-yarder that sailed past Illinois’ goalie and into the upper left netting. The tally was Nottingham’s first of the season and ninth of her career. Flynn earned her first career assist on the play. Mizzou sent a flurry of six shots toward the goal in the final nine minutes of regulation but could not take the lead. With just seconds remaining in the second half Grant blasted a shot but it flew just wide left of the goal. Following a scoreless first overtime session, the Tigers again seemed likely to score in the second overtime. The home team managed to earn three corner kicks and got off three shots but again could not score to send the contest to a penalty kick shootout.

NCAA Tournament Second Round Nov. 16, 2008 • Columbia, Mo. Illinois 1, Missouri 1 (4-3 PK) COLUMBIA, Mo. - Missouri ended its season in a penalty kick shootout to the Illinois Fighting Illini 4-3 after a 1-1 game after two overtimes in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Freshman Kelsey Blincow, sophomore Alysha Bonnick and junior Bree Thornton all converted their penalty kicks against Illinois goalkeeper Alexandra Kapicka. The Illini made their fourth of five attempts and Kapicka made a save on senior Mallory Forst’s shot to send Illinois to the sweet sixteen. Illinois dominated early play in the second half and the Illini went up 1-0 in the 56th minute when Jackie Santacaterina flicked a ball up to Chichi Nweke. The forward fired a 14-yard shot past Dittamore and into the lower far post. Missouri responded in the 74th minute when junior Michelle Collins played a ball up to sophomore Alysha Bonnick, who sent a pass to a wide open Mallory Stipetich. The freshman one-timed a 15-yard shot to the left of Kapicka and into the net for a 1-1 game. Regulation ended with both teams tied at 1-1 so the contest went to overtime. With 12 seconds left in the second overtime, Missouri earned a free kick five yards past the box. Andrighetto floated a ball to the far post but Bonnick’s header few wide of the goal to thwart the scoring chance and send the game to a shootout.

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PROGRAM HISTORY 1996

1997

RECORD: 6-14 • BIG 12 RECORD: 4-5

RECORD: 7-12 • BIG 12 RECORD: 3-7

Launched the inaugural season of Missouri soccer ... first home game played on Aug. 31 when Kate Dwyer scored the first goal in team history in front of 978 fans ... the Tigers’ first victory on the season and in conference came on Sept. 13 at Texas, where Liz LaTour recorded her first shutout of the season ... Sarah Whiting scored the only goal at 38:24 ... Sept. 22 marked MU’s first overtime win with a non-conference comeback victory over Arkansas, 2-1 ... the Tigers’ offense continued its spurt with 27 shots on goal on Sept. 29 against Texas Tech in a losing effort and again on Oct. 11 with the team’s first win over archrival Kansas, 3-0, in Lawrence, followed nine days later by Missouri’s first home win, 3-1, vs. Iowa State ... the team also had a good showing in its first Big 12 tournament with a 3-2 first-round win over Texas Tech in Columbia.

Jennifer Kram added to the early success of the young program when she was named to Soccer America’s National Collegiate Team of the Week--the first national honor in team history ... A 6-3 win over Kansas on Oct. 15 set five new team records ... 16 total points ... six goals in a single game ... four goals in a single half ... and two assists in one game contributed by Kristin Boeker and Erin Walker ... Nikki Thole and teammate Boeker both finished the season with eight goals ... Oct. 20 brought Missouri’s first Big 12 honor when Boeker was named conference player of the week ... six days later, Boeker became MU’s single-season and all-time assists leader with a 3-0 win at Loyola of Chicago, where she netted her sixth assist of the season.

Player Taylor, Sara (Sr.) Dwyer, Kate (Fr.) Buchheit, Heather (Fr.) Blum, Grace (Fr.) Doss, Angela (Sr.) Bell, Melissa (Fr.) Miller, Jamie (So.) Passanise, Liz (So.) Whiting, Sarah (Fr.) O’Donnell, Jennifer (Fr.) Bodine, Stephanie (Fr.) Kram, Jennifer (Fr.) Grinstead, Melissa (So.) Reeb, Robyn (Fr.) Czarnik, Andrea (So.) Cummins, Erin (Fr.) Arney, Heather (Fr.) Wirkus, Sharon (Fr.) Neumann, Robin (Fr.) Murphy, Jennifer (Fr.)

GP-GS 20-19 19-19 16-16 20-20 17-17 20-10 12-1 20-14 20-20 18-17 14-0 19-19 6-1 19-7 18-1 18-18 13-0 8-0 7-1 7-0

G 6 6 4 5 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player Boeker, Kristin Thole, Nikki (Fr.) Maunder, Jennifer Waller, Erin Dwyer, Kate Kram, Jennifer Waters, Mandy Timmermann, Amy Doss, Angela Paulsen, Becky Czarnik, Andrea Buchheit, Heather McKenna, Laura O’Donnell, Jennifer Reeb, Robyn Passanise, Liz

GP-GS 19-19 17-17 19-18 19-16 19-17 19-19 19-16 19-19 17-16 15-0 14-0 19-19 18-0 16-9 18-4 14-2

Goalkeeper Adamec, Jackie LaTour, Liz

GP-GS 23-23 6-0

Goalkeeper LaTour, Liz (Fr.) Graczyk, Jessica (Fr.) Grinstead, Melissa (So.)

GP-GS 18-17 6-2 6-1

Min. 1295 309 256

A 4 2 4 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 127 27 28

Pts. 16 14 12 11 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GA 34 12 9

SH 45 40 42 47 12 11 2 6 14 12 5 3 0 8 8 3 3 1 0 0 GAA 2.36 3.49 3.16

GWG 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

G 8 8 6 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 6 2 1 5 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Min. 2027:22 110:04

Sv. 131 6

Pts. 22 18 13 9 6 5 4 4 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 GA 43 1

SH 48 41 38 27 24 5 35 0 7 2 5 38 4 2 1 1 GAA 1.91 0.82

GWG 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 4 2

Sho 2 0 0

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PROGRAM HISTORY 1999

1998 RECORD: 11-9-1 • BIG 12 RECORD: 6-5

RECORD: 14-8-1 • BIG 12 RECORD: 6-3-1

On Sept. 18 and 20, MU hosted its first tournament, the Nike Tiger Invitational, where the Tigers finished 0-1-1 ... Thole began a season full of accolades when she is named Big 12 Player of the Week on Oct. 5 ... MU upset top-seeded Baylor in the second round of the Big 12 tournament ... the Tigers lost to Nebraska, 4-0, in their first-ever conference tournament championship game ... Missouri earned its first all-tournament accolades with five members selected to conference championship team in Jackie Adamec, Kristin Boeker, Erin Grimsley, Amy Timmermann and Thole ... Thole received post-season recognition as a Soccer Buzz and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Central Region selection ... she was also named to the All-Big 12 first team ... Boeker was named to the Soccer Buzz All-Central Region team and was a second team All-Big 12 Conference pick.

Missouri won its first Tiger Invitational game topping Indiana 2-1 on Sept. 3 ... the Tigers went on to win the tournament championship with a 4-1 win over Michigan on Sept. 5 ... two weekends later MU went 1-1 in the California Classic with a 3-1 win over Cal Poly-SLO and a 2-1 loss to San Diego ... MU finished the season well with its second straight conference championship game appearance and second straight loss in that game to Nebraska, 2-1, on Nov. 6 ... advancing to its first NCAA tournament appearance in school history, Mizzou lost a 3-2 quadruple overtime game to Marquette at Walton Stadium ... the games set a new Mizzou record for longest match played.

Player Thole, Nikki (So.) Grimsley, Erin (Jr.) Boeker, Kristin (So.) Brennan, Stephanie Timmermann, Amy (So.) Dwyer, Kate (Jr.) Sallee, Sarah (Fr.) Maunder, Jennifer Czarnik, Andrea McKenna, Laura Buchheit, Heather (Jr.) Kram, Jennifer (Jr.) Russel, Dyana (Fr.) DonMoyer, Shelly (Fr.) Paulsen, Becky (So.) Passanise, Liz Blackmar, Whitney

GP-GS 21-20 21-20 21-21 21-21 21-14 21-16 20-15 21-21 16-1 13-1 21-21 20-19 20-18 17-1 14-0 14-2 4-0

G 20 14 7 4 3 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goalkeeper Adamec, Jackie (Jr.) LaTour, Liz (Jr.) Watson, Graham (Fr.)

GP-GS 21-21 4-0 1-0

Min. 1820 95 8

A 9 13 5 6 6 7 4 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 Sv. 111 9 0

Pts. 49 41 19 14 12 11 10 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 GA 34 2 0

SH 59 43 32 18 15 44 30 28 10 3 8 0 3 4 2 1 1 GAA 1.62 1.90 0.00

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GWG 2 4 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 2 1 0

Player GP-GS Thole, Nikki (Jr.) 23-23 Grimsley, Erin (Sr.) 22-21 Sallee, Sarah (So.) 14-13 Timmermann, Amy (Jr.) 23-20 Boeker, Kristin (Jr.) 22-15 Buchheit, Heather (Sr.) 23-23 Probst, Suzanne (Fr.) 23-22 Dwyer, Kate (Sr.) 14-6 Pavlovits, Mandy 23-23 Paulsen, Becky (Jr.) 22-10 Smith, Laura 9-0 Ellis, Tamisha 21-0 Passanise, Liz (Sr.) 21-6 Kram, Jennifer (Sr.) 18-1 Waters, Mandy (Jr.) 18-18 Russell, Dyana (So.) 23-23 Brennan, Stephanie (So.) 12-6 O’Leary, Amy 13-0 DonMoyer, Shelly (So.) 10-0 0 Goalkeeper GP-GS Adamec, Jackie (Sr.) 23-23 LaTour, Liz (Sr.) 6-0

G 23 16 6 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 2027:22 110:04

A 9 10 5 10 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Sv. 131 6

Pts. 55 42 17 16 10 6 5 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 GA 43 1

SH 93 69 32 17 38 24 28 17 16 10 6 8 12 4 4 2 7 3 0 GAA 1.91 0.82

GWG 6 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 4 2


PROGRAM HISTORY 2000

2001

RECORD: 10-10 • BIG 12 RECORD: 5-5

RECORD: 13-8 • BIG 12 RECORD: 5-5

The Tigers made their third consecutive appearance in the Big 12 Tournament falling to Baylor in a 4-3 overtime heart breaker…received its then-highest ranking in school history coming in 12th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll after defeating No. 18 Florida State and No. 12 Wake Forest in the Ellis Copy Tiger Invitational… Mizzou finished the season ranked ninth in the NSCAA and 10th in the Soccer Buzz Central Regions… senior Nikki Thole and junior Dyana Russell were named to the All-Big 12 preseason team…the Tigers rounded out the academic year with the hiring of two new assistant coaches in Mikki Denney and Manoj Khettry in the spring.

Mizzou hosted its first night game in program history welcoming a record crowd of 1,926 in its season opener against Memphis ... also hosted 1,005 fans when the Tigers faced Nebraska on Oct. 5 ... defender Dyana Russell became just the second All-American in program history being named to the Soccer Buzz second team ... goalkeeper Megan Duncan earned Soccer Buzz Elite Player of the Week accolades, along with a Big 12 Tournament team nod, after playing 258:16 minutes of scoreless play in two games during the league championship ... Russell and Adriene Davis were both named to the All-Big 12 second team while Russell was also a Big 12 all-tournament selection ... Davis set two Missouri assist records dishing out four assists in a single-game against Drury and 13 assists in a season ... Mizzou rewrote the recordbooks in a game against Arkansas-Little Rock. The Tigers defeated AULR 12-0 setting records for goals, points and assists per game ... the Missouri defensive line posted its first perfect game in history against Indiana State with a 34-0 shot margin in the 4-0 victory ... Missouri also set the season record for shutouts (six) while Duncan set the individual mark logging five shutouts.

Player GP-GS Thole, Nikki (Sr.) 18-17 Davis, Adriene (Fr.) 20-20 Timmermann, Amy (Sr.) 18-17 McMaster, Jennifer (Sr.) 19-18 McClellan, Stephanie (Fr.) 20-3 Brennan, Stephanie (Jr.) 19-15 Boeker, Kristin (Sr.) 19-18 Sallee, Sarah (Jr.) 20-4 Russell, Dyana (Jr.) 20-20 Waters, Mandy (Jr.) 20-20 Probst, Suzy (So.) 20-19 Paulsen, Becky (Sr.) 19-18 Wiley, Kathleen (So.) 17-2 Gibbons, Kristin (Fr.) 16-6 Smith, Laura (So.) 5-0 Ellis, Tamisha (So.) 13-2 McCarthy, Colleen (Fr.) 3-0 Williams, Amanda (Fr.) 5-0 Bauer, Karen (Fr.) 1-0

G 10 10 6 3 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goalkeeper GP-GS Duncan, Megan (Fr.) 10-4 Krawczyk, Stephanie (Fr.) 7-4 Watson, Graham (Jr.) 7-5 Patton, Carey (Fr.) 2-0

Min. 740:25 473:33 399:56 56:56

Player GP-GS Davis, Adriene (So.) 19Peabody, Melissa (Fr.) 20Bauer, Karen (RS-Fr.) 20McClellan, Melissa (So.) 21Heil, Kristen (Fr.) 21Kochen, Tamara 15Waters, Mandy (Sr.) 18Probst, Suzy (Jr.) 21 Moore, Lacy (Fr.) 21Brennan, Stephanie 19Swoboda, Shea (Fr.) 18Russell, Dyana (Sr.) 21Crossett, Carrie 21Bird, Dallas 7Hibbert, Kim (Fr.) 19Gibbons, Kristin 10Young, Emma Kate 10McCarthy, Colleen (So.) 5Krawczyk, Stephanie (So.) 7Furin, Angela 1-

A 9 4 1 4 1 4 1 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts. 29 24 13 10 9 8 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 43 36 28 2

GA 12 10 32 1

SH 81 49 28 34 28 16 27 19 0 6 12 4 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 GAA 1.46 1.90 1.72 1.58

GWG 1 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 3 0 1 0

Goalkeeper GP-GS Duncan, Megan (So.) 19Krawczyk, Stephanie (So.) 6-

G 12 9 6 6 3 2 2 3 3 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

A 13 2 5 2 3 4 4 1 1 5 0 3 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Min. 1662:50 305:26

Sv. 106 8

Pts. 37 20 17 14 9 8 8 7 7 7 6 5 4 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 GA 27 8

SH 76 73 44 41 34 8 4 25 24 16 20 3 4 4 3 2 5 2 0 0 GAA 1.46 2.36

GWG 2 4 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 5 1

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PROGRAM HISTORY 2002

2003

RECORD: 11-7-2 • BIG 12 RECORD: 5-4-1

RECORD: 12-11-1 • BIG 12 RECORD: 3-6-1

The Tigers rounded out the 2002 season with a 5-4-1 conference mark to finish fourth in the Big 12—their second-highest finish in league history ... Mizzou’s defense set a new team record allowing just 31 goals for an all-time season low ... Lacy Moore and Jennifer Nobis earned All-Region Soccer Buzz honors for their performances during the 2002 season, Moore was named to the second team and Nobis was named to the All-Freshman team ... Missy Peabody was named second team All-Big 12 after leading the league in shots and shots per game during the 2002 season ... Peabody set a new single-season shot record taking 95 aims on goal ... Adriene Davis established a new single-season record scoring in 13 consecutive matches ... the dynamic duo of Davis and Peabody paired up to score 45 percent of the Tigers’ overall scoring during the 2002 season. Davis assisted four of Peabody’s nine goals and Peabody assisted six of Davis’ 10 ... Missouri set a single-season record taking seven games into overtime ... the Tigers opened the year with three consecutive double-overtime games ... Mizzou earned its highest grade-point-average in program history with a 3.31.

Mizzou advanced to the NCAA Tournament for just the second time in program history ... the Tigers defeated Eastern Illinois 1-0 to pick up their first NCAA victory ... the Tigers advanced to the Big 12 Championship final after defeating No. 1 seeded Colorado (2-0) and No. 4 seeded Nebraska (3-2) – it was Mizzou’s first victory over the Cornhuskers ... Mizzou notched its first victory over Texas A&M with an amazing 5-4 come-from-behind victory. Missy Peabody earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors scoring three goals and an assist in the game, scoring a hat trick for the second time in her Mizzou career ... Adriene Davis established a new Mizzou career assist record taking her career tally to 32 ... Kristen Heil made the record books scoring a goal against Eastern Illinois, just 11 seconds into the match for Mizzou’s fastest goal ... six Mizzou athletes earned academic All-Big 12 applause. Karen Bauer, Megan Duncan, Heil and Erica Push were first team selections while Stephanie Krawczyk and Jennifer Nobis earned second team accolades ... Bauer was named to the 2003 CoSIDA Academic All-District and All-America teams ... All-Big 12 Tournament midfielder Elyse Nikonchuk ended the 2003 season as a U.S. Under-19 National team selection. After leading the Tigers in the half-field, including Soccer America Player of the Week accolades, Nickonchuk took her game to the international playing field in spring 2004.

Player GP-GS Davis, Adriene (Jr.) 20-20 Peabody, Melissa (So.) 20-20 Nobis, Jennifer (Fr.) 19-9 Swinehart, Amber (Fr.) 20-15 Bauer, Karen (So.) 20-15 Swoboda, Shea (So.) 20-8 Heil, Kristen (So.) 20-20 Moore, Lacy (So.) 20-20 Probst, Suzy (Jr.) 17-16 McClellan, Melissa (Jr.) 18-0 Pusch, Erica (Fr.) 18-12 Furin, Angela 15-1 Gibbs, Ashley (So.) 18-17 Young, Emmakate 8-0 Hibbert, Kim (So.) 19-13 Crossett, Carrie 20-14 Krawczyk, Stephanie (Jr.) 8-8 Duncan, Megan (Jr.) 12-12 Wilson, Kyle 3-0 Glynn, Breanah 1-0

G 10 9 8 6 2 3 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player Heil, Kristen (Jr.) Peabody, Melissa (Jr.) Nobis, Jennifer (So.) Nikonchuk, Elyse (Fr.) Davis, Adriene (Sr.) Bauer, Karen (Jr.) Swoboda, Shea (Jr.) Hudetz, Aria (Fr.) Gibbs, Ashley (Jr.) Hibbert, Kim (Jr.) Swinehart, Amber (So.) Malm, Meggie (Fr.) Grice, Lauren (Fr.) Moore, Lacy (Jr.) Pusch, Erica (So.) McClellan, Melissa (Sr.) Griggs, Melissa

Goalkeeper GP-GS Duncan, Megan (Jr.) 12-10 Krawczyk, Stephanie (Jr.) 8-7

Min. 1167:02 725:18

A 10 9 3 3 7 2 2 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 68 42

Pts. 30 27 19 15 11 8 6 5 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GA 19 12

SH 41 97 51 31 17 25 19 8 15 7 7 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 GAA 1.47 1.49

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GWG 0 4 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 2 2

GP-GS 24-24 21-18 22-20 19-18 22-18 24-24 21-2 22-15 23-22 21-15 24-18 21-11 14-0 6-5 24-24 18-6 4-0

Goalkeeper GP-GS Duncan, Megan (Sr.) 15-11 Krawczyk, Stephanie (Sr.) 12-8

G 10 8 7 5 2 2 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 1172:56 1012:16

A 3 6 8 0 5 4 1 4 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pts. 23 22 22 10 9 8 7 6 6 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 Sv. 58 52

GA 17 25

SH 57 57 50 38 32 6 11 37 13 3 22 10 3 4 4 3 0 GAA 1.30 2.22

GWG 3 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 4 1


PROGRAM HISTORY 2004

2005

RECORD: 10-9 • BIG 12 RECORD: 2-8

RECORD: 9-8-3 • BIG 12 RECORD: 3-5-2

Mizzou won its fifth-straight season opener, with a 2-1 win over Northwestern ... the Tigers defeated two Top 25 teams, taking victories over then No. 23 Colorado and then No. 6 Texas A&M ... the win over Texas A&M was also the first time that MU had defeated the Aggies in College Station, Texas ... Jennifer Nobis led the team with nine goals and 21 points ... Laura Buehrig started 18 of the 20 games in goal and finished the year with 71 saves and a 1.64 goals against average ... defenders Ashley Gibbs, Lauren Grice and Erica Pusch, midfielder Elyse Nikonchuk and forward Jennifer Nobis were all named to the All-Big 12 Conference second team ... Seven Tigers (Karen Bauer, Lauren Grice, Kristen Heil, Aria Hudetz, Meggie Malm, Lacy Moore and Erica Pusch) were named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team ... Bauer was named to the College Sports Information Director’s of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District and Academic All-America teams for the second-straight season ... Nobis and Nikonchuk were also named to the SoccerBuzz All-Central Region third team.

Junior Elyse Nikconchuk earned All-Big 12 Conference second team honors for the second consecutive season ... senior Jennifer Nobis set a new Missouri single-season record for assists in a season with 14 and ranked sixth nationally with 0.78 assists per game. She also tied the record for game-winning assists in a season with five ... the 1,774 fans who watched Missouri take on Oklahoma on Oct. 7 marked the second-largest crowd to attend a Tiger soccer match at Audrey J. Walton Stadium ... senior Amber Swinehart tallied six game-winning goals on the year to tie the single-season record and lead the Big 12 in that category ... sophomore Laura Buehrig posted five shutouts, including a 0-0 double-overtime tie against No. 17 California, to tie Mizzou’s single-season record ... Missouri broke into the Soccer Buzz National Top 30 Poll with a No. 29 ranking on Sept. 26, which marked the first time since 2000 that the Tigers were ranked in Soccer Buzz’s Top 30 ... Buehrig and freshmen Mo Redmond and Kat Tarr were named Big 12 Players of the Week in 2005 ... Malm and junior Lauren Grice were named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2005. Malm was a first team selection while Grice earned second team honors ... seven Tigers earned Academic All-Big 12 honors as Buehrig, Grice, Malm, Erica Pusch and Kira Reyes were named to the second team and Aria Hudetz and Amber Swinehart were second team selections.

Player Nobis, Jennifer (Jr.) Heil, Kristen (Sr.) Bauer, Karen (Sr.) Swoboda, Shea (Sr.) Peabody, Melissa (Sr.) Nikonchuk, Elyse (So.) Hudetz, Aria (So.) Gibbs, Ashley (Sr.) Pusch, Erica (Jr.) Moore, Lacy (Sr.) Swinehart, Amber (Jr.) Lind, Jenna (Fr.) Grice, Lauren (So.) Vineyard, Lauren (So.) Malm, Meggie (So.) Wheeler, Beth (Fr.) Dreyfus, Casey (Fr.) Senkosky, Maddie (Fr.) Hibbert, Kim (Sr.) Ames, Mallory (Fr.)

GP-GS 19-18 20-16 18-17 20-6 15-9 20-18 19-12 18-15 20-20 20-20 20-17 16-0 20-19 19-4 18-8 15-0 5-0 7-0 5-1 1-0

GWG 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player Nobis, Jennifer (Sr.) Swinehart, Amber (Sr.) Hudetz, Aria (Jr.) Redmond, Mo. (Fr.) Pusch, Erica (Sr.) Hamblin, Ashley (Fr.) Pohl, Carolina (Fr.) Vineyard, Lauren (Jr.) Nikonchuk, Elyse (Jr.) Baxter, Anne (So.) Cordia, Janelle (Fr.) Grice, Lauren (Jr.) Dreyfus, Casey (So.) Malm, Meggie (Jr.) Tarr, Kat (Fr.) Meredith, Annie (Fr.) Senkosky, Maddie (So.) Warwick, Beth (Fr.) McCoy, Lindsay (Fr.) Ames, Mallory (So.)

GP-GS 18-17 20-20 20-19 20-20 20-20 20-15 18-2 14-2 20-20 20-3 20-8 19-9 9-0 16-15 18-18 2-0 9-7 3-0 8-5 4-0

Goalkeeper Buehrig, Laura (Fr.) Reyes, Kira (Jr.)

GP-GS 18-18 3-2

Sho 2 0

Goalkeeper Buehrig, Laura (So.) Forst, Mallory (Fr.) Reyes, Kira (Sr.)

GP-GS 20-20 3-0 1-0

G 9 2 2 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 1596:08 264:02

A 3 6 6 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts. 21 10 10 9 7 6 6 4 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 71 12

GA 28 9

SH 68 49 23 24 41 39 17 6 12 5 22 7 9 14 13 7 1 0 0 0 GAA 1.58 3.07

G 8 12 6 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 14 2 4 1 6 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min. 1809:10 55:03 9:33

Sv. 103 3 0

Pts. 30 26 16 9 8 6 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 GA 27 0 0

SH 94 78 58 33 13 20 17 9 41 16 18 1 1 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 GAA 1.34 0.00 0.00

GWG 2 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 5 0 0

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PROGRAM HISTORY 2006

2007

RECORD: 10-9 • BIG 12 RECORD: 2-8

RECORD: 13-8-1 • BIG 12 RECORD: 6-4

Sophomore Ashley Hamblin was named the SoccerTimes.com National Player of the Week and to the Soccer America and Soccer Buzz national teams of the week after an eight-point weekend against Iowa and No. 13 Illinois ... the Tigers set a new program record with seven consecutive victories as the squad opened the 2006 season 7-0 with wins against Iowa, Illinois, Northwestern, Minnesota, Northwestern State, Loyola-Chicago and Wisconsin. The team also set a new mark with five consecutive shutout wins ... all 16 of Missouri’s field players contributed at least one point during the 19 games of the 2007 season ... freshman Crystal Wagner earned a spot on the Soccer Buzz National Elite Team of the Week on Sept. 7 for her play against Northwestern and Minnesota ... sophomore Mallory Forst posted four consecutive shutouts to start the season, which ties her for fourth in Mizzou history ... Hamblin and freshman Kristin Andrighetto were named Big 12 Players of the Week in 2006. Hamblin picked up Offensive Player of the Week honors, while Andrighetto earned Newcomer of the Week accolades ... seniors Meggie Malm and Lauren Grice were named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2006 ... six Tigers earned Academic All-Big 12 honors as Janelle Cordia, Lauren Grice, Meggie Malm and Lindsay McCoy were named to the first team and Aria Hudetz and Mo Redmond were second team selections.

Mizzou advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship and lost to eventual national champion USC, 1-0, in overtime ... Mizzou tied a program record with six Big 12 wins, tying them for third in the league. ... early in the season, the Tigers beat No. 4 Texas A&M in double overtime (Sept. 28) in front of more than 1,500 fans at Walton Stadium ... Mizzou was ranked as high as fifth in the Oct. 8 Soccer America poll, their highest ranking ever, before ending the year ranked 22nd ... Kristin Andrighetto was named to the Soccer Buzz All-America fourth team, becoming only the third Tiger to earn Soccer Buzz All-America honors ... Alysha Bonnick was selected to the Freshman AllAmerica second team, only the fourth Tiger to earn the honor ... Head Coach Bryan Blitz was named the Big 12 Coach of the Year ... Bonnick also earned the Big 12 Rookie of the Year award ... Andrighetto became only the second Tiger to be named to the All-Big 12 first team after leading the squad with 37 points ... Michelle Collins, Meghan Pfeiffer, Mo Redmond and Kat Tarr were named to the All-Big 12 second team while Bonnick, Tasha Dittamore and Katya Hessel earned Big 12 All-Newcomer team accolades ... Lindsay McCoy was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 second team ... seven Tigers were named to the Academic All-Big 12 teams as Janelle Cordia and McCoy were first team selections and Andrighetto, Mallory Forst, Pfeiffer, Redmond and Crystal Wagner were on the second team.

Player Hamblin, Ashley (So.) Andrighetto (Fr.) Thornton, Bree (Fr.) Cordia, Janelle (So.) Nikonchuk, Elyse (Sr.) Pfeiffer, Meghan (Fr.) Redmond, Mo. (So.) Collins, Michelle (Fr.) Hudetz, Aria (Sr.) Pritchett, Bianca (Fr.) Wagner, Crystal (Fr.) McCoy, Lindsay (So.) Grice, Lauren (Sr.) Malm, Meggie (Sr.) Tarr, Kat (So.) Senkosky, Maddie (Jr.) Forst, Mallory (So.) Baxter, Anne (Jr.)

GP-GS 9-9 19-17 19-19 19-13 19-17 19-12 17-15 17-10 17-7 19-2 16-15 19-18 19-3 19-19 19-14 9-0 19-17 2-0

Player Andrighetto, Kristin (So.) Bonnick, Alysha (Fr.) Collins, Michelle (So.) Redmond, Mo. (Jr.) Tarr, Kat (Jr.) Adam, Kari (Fr.) Hessel, Katya (Fr.) Forst, Mallory (Jr.) McCoy, Lindsay (Jr.) Pfeiffer, Meghan (So.) Kruse, Krista (Fr.) Cordia, Janelle (Jr.) Hamblin, Ashley (Jr.) Thornton, Bree (So.) Wagner, Crystal (So) Stokes, Kelsey (Fr.) Hopkins, Brittany (Fr.) Linas, Caitlin (Fr.) Dittamore, Tasha (So.)

GP-GS 22-17 22-20 22-20 22-21 22-20 22-2 21-19 22-12 22-22 22-22 20-4 22-16 22-1 7-7 22-22 22-3 11-3 20-1 18-10

G 14 11 12 2 4 3 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goalkeeper Forst, Mallory (So.) Lewis, Jessica (So.)

GP-GS 17-17 4-2

Goalkeeper Dittamore, Tasha (So.) Forst, Mallory (Jr.)

GP-GS 12-10 15-12

Min. 893:59 1162:44

G 5 6 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 1499:21 233:00

A 5 1 3 1 3 2 1 3 2 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 0

Pts. 15 13 13 9 9 8 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 Sv. 54 8

GA 25 4

SH 22 77 30 24 72 27 31 13 15 15 4 3 6 11 7 2 1 0 GAA 1.50 1.55

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GWG 1 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 4 1

A 9 10 6 7 0 1 3 3 4 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 Sv. 21 73

Pts. 37 32 30 11 8 7 7 5 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 GA 12 20

SH 105 34 45 58 14 34 53 9 8 22 16 14 26 7 1 9 6 5 0 GAA 1.21 1.55

GWG 4 5 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 3 3


PROGRAM HISTORY 2008

2009

RECORD: 16-5-2 • BIG 12 RECORD: 7-3

RECORD: 13-6-3 • BIG 12 RECORD: 7-1-2

Mizzou won its first Big 12 Tournament title with a 1-0 victory over No. 10 Colorado ... the squad qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time and second in as many seasons and advanced to the second round for the third time in program history ... sophomore Alysha Bonnick earned a spot on the Soccer Buzz All-America fourth team ... Bonnick was also named to the Soccer Buzz All-Central Region first team while juniors Kristin Andrighetto and Crystal Wagner earned a spot on the second team ... Bonnick was named to the NSCAA/adidas All-Central Region first team while Wagner and juniors Tasha Dittamore and Meghan Pfeiffer were selected to the third team ... Andrighetto and Bonnick earned All-Big 12 first team accolades, Pfeiffer was named to the second team and freshman Kendra Collins was selected to the Newcomer Team ... Dittamore was named the Big 12 Tournament Defensive MVP and Bonnick earned Offensive MVP honors while seniors Mo Redmond and Kat Tarr and Pfeiffer were named to the All-Tournament team ... the Tigers set numerous program records during the season, including wins (16), fewest loses (five), fewest goals allowed (19), home wins (10), shutouts (12), goals against average (0.80), shots (515), shots on goal (234) and corner kicks (161 ... Missouri ended the season in the midst of a 20-game streak without being shut out, also a program record ... Wagner represented the United States on the U-23 National Team in games against England in July.

Mizzou claimed its first Big 12 Conference regular season title with a 7-1-2 league mark ... Head Coach Bryan Blitz was named the Big 12 Coach of the Year, his second such honor in three seasons ... senior Crystal Wagner earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year honors ... Wagner was joined by senior Kristin Andrighetto on the All-Big 12 first team, while seniors Michelle Collins and Tasha Dittamore were named to the second team ... Wagner was named to the NSCAA All-Central Region first team and Andrighetto was selected to the third team ... the duo also earned spots on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s Team of the Season ... Missouri reeled off a 10-game unbeaten streak in the middle of the season, which set a new program record ... The Tigers scored 56 goals on the season, which was the highest total since the 1999 season ... Missouri led the Big 12 in points, goals and assists during conference play ... Blitz recorded his 150th career win at Mizzou during the year ... Andrighetto ended her career tied for second on Mizzou’s career points list (96) and second in goals (38) ... Dittamore left Columbia with career records in shutouts (17), minutes in goal (4945:05), victories (35), games played in goal (57) and games started in goal (55) despite just three years in a Tiger uniform.

Player Bonnick, Alysha (So.) Collins, Michelle (Jr.) Andrighetto, Kristin (Jr.) Redmond, Mo. (Sr.) Stipetich, Mallory (Fr.) Pfeiffer, Meghan (Jr.) Thornton, Bree (Jr.) Adam, Kari (So.) Hamblin, Ashley (Sr.) Kruse, Krista (So.) Ruff, Candace (Fr.) Tarr, Kat (Sr.) Blincow, Kelsey (Fr.) McCoy, Lindsay (Sr.) Collins, Kendra (Fr.) Cordia, Janelle (Sr.) Wagner, Crystal (Jr.) Crabree, Jessie (Fr.) Stokes, Kelsey (So.)

GP-GS 23-22 16-13 22-16 21-20 22-2 23-23 23-23 22-3 23-2 23-8 23-1 23-23 23-11 16-4 23-10 23-23 22-21 20-1 21-4

Goalkeeper Dittamore, Tasha (Jr.) Forst, Mallory (Sr.)

GP-GS 23-23 3-0

G 11 7 7 4 4 3 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 2060:27 81:01

A 4 7 5 4 1 3 3 1 5 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0

Pts. 26 21 19 12 9 9 9 7 7 5 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 Sv. 80 3

GA 18 1

SH 56 32 84 53 12 34 26 30 35 33 14 18 18 5 27 11 0 14 12 GAA 0.79 1.11

GWG 5 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player Andrighetto, Kristin (Sr.) Bonnick, Alysha (Jr.) Collins, Michelle (Sr.) Thornton, Bree (Sr.) Crabtree, Jessie (So.) Greer, Jessica (Fr.) Kruse, Krista (Jr.) Adam, Kari (Jr.) Collins, Kendra (So.) Makasini, Michelle (Sr.) Krentz, Haley (Fr.) Blincow, Kelsey (So.) Pfeiffer, Meghan (Sr.) Ruff, Candace (Jr.) Hopkins, Brittany (So.) Stipetich, Mallory (So.) Gavigan, Kellie (Fr.) Stokes, Kelsey (Sr.) Wagner, Crystal (Sr.) Mulcahy, Kelsey (Fr.) Gayer, Liz (So.)

GP-GS 22-20 22-18 19-16 22-22 22-8 22-4 21-21 22-3 22-4 18-1 22-2 22-14 19-19 13-4 20-11 22-21 20-10 8-0 22-22 2-0 4-0

Sho 10 0

Goalkeeper Dittamore, Tasha (Sr.) Gwin, Jessica (Fr.)

GP-GS 22-22 3-0

G 11 8 7 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 5 4 6 3 1 0 2 3 3 2 3 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

Min. 1990:39 65:43

Pts. 27 20 20 13 11 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Sv. 78 1

GA 33 0

SH 113 45 37 35 27 24 15 18 15 34 18 17 20 11 16 7 4 2 1 0 0 GAA 1.49 0.0

GWG 1 2 2 0 3 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 4 0

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PROGRAM HISTORY 2010

2011

RECORD: 7-10-2 • BIG 12 RECORD: 5-5

RECORD: 12-8-1 • BIG 12 RECORD: 3-5

Playing one of the most challenging schedules in the nation, the Tigers posted a 7-10-2 mark in 2010, including a 5-5 record in Big 12 Conference play ... Mizzou picked up wins over Arkansas, Loyola (Md.), Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Baylor and Texas Tech ... senior Alysha Bonnick earned a spot on the All-Big 12 second team, while freshman Dominique Richardson was selected to the All-Newcomer team ... senior Krista Kruse’s goal off a back heel pass from Bonnick against No. 7 Texas A&M was ranked No. 5 in ESPN SportCenter’s daily top 10 plays of the day on Oct. 18 ... Bonnick concluded her heralded Mizzou career ranked second in points (99) and goals (39) and first in gamewinning goals (14) ... senior goalkeeper Paula Pritzen earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 26 after recording a shutout against Baylor and six total saves against the Bears and Texas Tech ... freshman Danielle Nottingham was named Big 12 Newcomber of the Week after a seven-point weekend against Baylor and Texas Tech on three goals and an assist.

The Tigers finished the 2011 season with a 12-8-1 record, highlighted by wins over No. 7 Ohio State (1-0) and No. 24 Texas A&M (1-0) ... Mizzou set a program record with a non-conference winning percentage of .909 after posting a 10-1 record against non-league teams ... the Tigers also tied the program record with seven consecutive wins, recorded from Aug. 21 - Sept. 11 ... sophomore Alyssa Diggs was selected to the All-Big 12 first team, while sophomore Dominique Richardson was named to the second team and freshman Kaysie Clark was a unanimous selection to the All-Newcomer Team ... the Tigers claimed the Sun Devil Desert Classic title after wins over Arizona State and Arizona ... Richardson earned MVP of the Sun Devil Desert Classic, while redshirt-freshman McKenzie Sauerwein, freshman Abi Raymer and senior Mallory Stipetich were also named to the All-Tournament Team ... Mizzou pulled off an unbelievable comeback with the team scored three goals in the final six minutes of regulation to defeat Kansas 3-2 on Oct. 21 ... Clark was called up to train with the U.S. U-20 National Team following the season ... Head Coach Bryan Blitz was an assistant coach on the U.S. U-23 National Team in the Four Nations Cup in February.

Player GP-GS Bonnick, Alysha (Sr.) 18-18 Kruse, Krista (Sr.) 19-19 Nottingham, Danielle (Fr.) 19-19 Richardson, Dominique (Fr.) 19-19 Collins, Kendra (Jr.) 19-15 Diggs, Alyssa (Fr.) 19-16 Krentz, Haley (So.) 17-12 Adam, Kari (Sr.) 18-6 Thune, Sarah (Fr.) 17-5 Greer, Jessica (So.) 19-18 Crabtree, Jessie (Jr.) 18-16 Charlebois, Alex (Fr.) 18-0 Stipetich, Mallory (Jr.) 19-11 Blincow, Kelsey (Jr.) 16-5 Sylvester, Molly (So.) 14-0 Mulcahy, Kelsey (So.) 18-2 Hopkins, Brittany (Jr.) 11-0 Gavigan, Kellie (So.) 9-9 Lopez, Edith (So.) 3-0 Goalkeeper Gwin, Jessica (So.) Pritzen, Paula (Sr.)

GP-GS 13-12 8-7

G 9 8 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 1134:41 633:47

A 3 2 4 3 1 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Pts. 21 18 10 9 7 7 6 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 59 22

GA 28 16

SH 45 29 37 38 14 18 20 28 8 4 13 8 5 4 5 2 2 2 0 GAA 2.22 2.27

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GWG 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player GP-GS Nottingham, Danielle (So.) 21-19 Richardson, Dominique (So.)21-21 Diggs, Alyssa (So.) 21-18 Blincow, Kelsey (Sr.) 21-19 Raymer, Abi (Fr.) 21-21 Clark, Kaysie (Fr.) 21-21 Grant, Taylor (Fr.) 18-0 Collins, Kendra (Sr.) 21-8 Krentz, Haley (Jr.) 21-18 Williams, Brooke (So.) 19-0 Stipetich, Mallory (Sr.) 21-21 Mulcahy, Kelsey (Jr.) 20-0 Adeshigbin, Taiwo (Jr.) 13-2 Thune, Sarah (So.) 14-0 Birch, Cat (Fr.) 16-0 Greer, Jessica (Jr.) 21-20 Hu, Allison (Jr.) 21-21 Green, Sydnie (Fr.) 9-0 Walsh, Alison (Sr.) 1-1 Conley, Brittany (Fr.) 5-0

Sho 1 2

Goalkeeper GP-GS Sauerwein, McKenzie (Fr.) 21-19 Stanley, Caroline (So.) 4-2

G 5 6 4 4 3 2 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 1727.51 180:00

A 3 0 4 3 4 5 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 112 4

Pts. 13 12 12 11 10 9 8 7 5 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GA 25 0

SH 42 33 31 33 52 39 16 29 22 15 2 8 14 6 6 4 2 1 0 0 GAA 1.30 0.00

GWG 2 3 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 6 0


PROGRAM HISTORY 2012 RECORD: 14-7-1 • SEC RECORD: 8-5 The Mizzou soccer team earned its fifth NCAA Tournament berth in program history and finished 2012 with a 14-7-1 record ... The Tigers were ranked in the national rankings for much of the season, including a high of 10 in early September ... Mizzou’s 10-1 record to begin the season marked the team’s best start in program history. The squad also started 5-0 in league play for the first time ever ... The Tigers advanced to the SEC Tournament semifinals with a 2-1 win over Kentucky in the quarterfinals ... Juniors Dominique Richardson and Alyssa Diggs both earned honors from the National Soccer Coaches of America (NSCAA) following the season. Richardson was named to the second team, while Diggs earned a spot on the third team ... Senior Allison Hu was selected as the SEC Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year. She also became the second Academic All-American in program history when she earned a spot on the Capital One Academic All-America Division I Women’s Soccer Second Team ... Richardson and Diggs were also named to the All-SEC first team. With her honor, Diggs became just the third Tiger to earn multiple all-conference first team accolades ... Freshman Candace Johnson also received accolades from the SEC with a place on the SEC All-Freshman Team ... In the classroom, 12 Tigers were named to Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll: Taiwo Adeshigbin, Kaysie Clark, Brittany Conley, Diggs, Lauren Flynn, Hu, Haley Krentz, Danielle Nottingham, Brittanee Randle, Abi Raymer and Richardson.

Player GP-GS Diggs, Alyssa (Jr.) 17-13 Adeshigbin, Taiwo (Sr.) 21-17 Raymer, Abi (So.) 22-22 Krentz, Haley (Sr.) 22-22 Clark, Kaysie (So.) 19-17 Richardson, Dominique (Jr.) 22-22 Nottingham, Danielle (Jr.) 21-21 Greer, Jessica (Sr.) 22-9 Flynn, Lauren (Fr.) 22-22 Johnson, Candace (Fr.) 20-19 Grant, Taylor (So.) 22-14 Williams, Brooke (Jr.) 15-0 Russell, Reagan (Fr.) 22-0 Mulcahy, Kelsey (Sr.) 19-1 Thune, Sarah (Jr.) 20-0 Blanchard, Macee (Fr.) 14-0 Conley, Brittany (Fr.) 8-0 James, Kaz (Fr.) 12-0 Randle, Brittanee (Fr.) 7-0 Hu, Allison (Sr.) 21-21 Goalkeeper GP-GS Sauerwein, McKenzie (So.) 22-22

G 8 7 7 3 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Min. 2014:10

A 1 2 2 10 3 1 4 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sv. 93

Pts. 17 16 16 16 11 9 6 5 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GA 24

SH 33 56 41 70 45 59 14 23 14 4 45 9 23 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 GAA 1.07

GWG 3 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sho 6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1996

8/31 Northwestern 9/6 Drury 9/8 Saint Louis 9/13 @ Texas* 9/15 @ Texas A&M* 9/19 SMSU 9/21 @ Arkansas 9/27 Baylor* 9/29 Texas Tech* 10/4 @ Indiana 10/6 @ Evansville 10/11 @ Kansas* 10/18 Nebraska* 10/20 Iowa State* 10/25 @ Oklahoma State* 10/27 @ Colorado* 11/1 @ Tulsa 11/3 @ Oral Roberts 11/8 Texas Tech! 11/9 Nebraska! *Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

1997

8/29 Michigan% 8/31 Clemson% 9/5 Texas* 9/7 Texas A&M* 9/12 @ Baylor* 9/14 @ Texas Tech* 9/19 @ SMSU 9/26 Colorado* 9/28 Tulsa 10/3 @ Nebraska* 10/5 @ Iowa State* 10/12 Arkansas 10/15 Kansas* 10/17 Oklahoma State* 10/19 Oklahoma* 10/24 @ Northwestern 10/26 @ Loyola 10/31 Evansville 11/2 @ Saint Louis % @ Kentucky * Big 12 Game

9/5 9/8 9/11 9/15 9/18 9/20 9/25 9/27 10/3

1998

Loyola @ Kansas* SMSU Saint Louis @ Kentucky% Cal Poly% Wake Forest# Indiana# Texas Tech*

L, 2-4 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-6 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-5 L, 0-4 W, 3-0 L, 2-8 W, 3-1 W, 4-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-1

L, 2-4 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-6 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-5 L, 0-4 W, 3-0 L, 2-8 W, 3-1 W, 4-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 L, 1-3

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

10/4 Baylor* 10/9 @ Oklahoma* 10/11 @ Oklahoma State* 10/16 Iowa State* 10/18 Nebraska* 10/23 @ Texas A&M* 10/25 @ Texas* 10/30 Illinois 11/1 @Colorado* 11/5 Texas! 11/6 Baylor! 11/7 Nebraska! % Nike Tiger Invitational # Adidas Notre Dame Classic * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

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

1999

8/27 Duke L, 1-2 8/29 Colorado* W. 6-2 9/3 Indiana# W, 2-1 9/5 Michigan# W, 4-1 9/10 Kansas* W, 4-0 9/12 @ Illinois W, 3-2 9/17 vs. Cal Poly-SLO% W, 3-1 9/19 vs. San Diego% L, 1-2 9/26 Loyola-Chicago W, 6-0 10/1 @ Texas Tech* L, 1-4 10/3 @ Baylor* W, 3-1 10/8 Oklahoma* W, 2-0 10/10 Oklahoma State* W, 3-0 10/15 @ Iowa State* W, 4-3 10/17 @ Nebraska* L, 1-5 10/22 Texas A&M* L, 2-5 10/24 Texas* T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/29 @ Purdue L, 1-5 10/31 Tulsa W, 4-1 11/3 Colorado! W, 5-3 11/4 Iowa State! W, 2-1 11/6 Nebraska! L, 1-2 11/10 Marquette^ L, 2-3 (4OT) # Nike Invitational % California Classic * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament ^ NCAA Tournament

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22

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2000

Creighton W, 4-1 Purdue L, 1-2 Florida State% W, 2-1 Wake Forest% W, 2-0 Ohio State@ L, 2-3 OT Michigan@ L, 0-7 Virginia Tech^ W, 2-1 California^ L, 1-2 OT @ Oklahoma State* W, 2-0

9/24 @ Oklahoma* 9/29 Nebraska* 10/1 Iowa State * 10/6 Colorado * 10/ 8 Texas Tech * 10/13 @ Texas * 10/15 @ Texas A&M* 10/20 @ Baylor * 10/22 Loyola-Chicago 10/27 Kansas * 11/2 Baylor! % Ellis Copy Invitational @ Michigan Invitational ^ Wake Forest Invitational *Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

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

2001

8/31 Memphis W, 3-2 9/2 North Texas W, 1-0 9/4 Indiana State W, 4-0 9/7 Iowa W, 2-0 9/17 Drury W, 6-1 9/21 @ Duke^ L, 2-3 9/23 vs. North Carolina^ L, 0-7 9/28 Oklahoma State* W, 3-2 9/30 Oklahoma* L, 1-2 10/5 @ Nebraska* L, 1-5 10/7 @ Iowa State* W, 1-0 10/12 @ Colorado* W, 2-0 10/14 @ Texas Tech* W, 4-1 10/19 Texas* L, 0-1 10/21 Texas A&M* L, 2-5 10/26 Baylor* W, 5-2 10/28 Ark.-Little Rock W, 12-0 11/2 Kansas* L, 0-2 11/4 Eastern Illinois W, 3-1 11/8 Kansas! W, 1-0 OT 11/9 Texas! L, 0-1 OT ^ Duke Invitational * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

8/31 8/25 8/311 9/1 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4

2002

Memphis W, 3-2 Michigan (exh.) L, 1-2 Illinois# W, 2-1 (2OT) Indiana# L, 1-2 (2OT) @ Florida State^ T, 2-2 (2OT) @ Miami^ W, 1-0 @ Ohio State” W, 3-1 @ Bowling Green” W, 1-0 Mississippi State W, 3-1 Mississippi L, 1-2 (OT) Nebraska* L, 0-4 Colorado* T, 2-2 (2OT) @ Texas Tech* W, 5-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 10/6 @ Baylor* 10/11 @ Oklahoma* 10/13 Oklahoma State* 10/18 Iowa State* 10/20 Loyola-Chicago 10/25 @ Texas A&M* 10/27 @ Texas* 11/1 Kansas* 11/7 Colorado! # Nike Tiger Invitational ^ Florida State Classic “ Ohio State Invitational * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Championship

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

10/3 #17 Colorado * W, 1-0 10/8 #6 Kansas * L, 1-3 10/10 Iowa State * L, 0-2 10/15 @ #4 Texas A&M * W, 2-1 10/17 @ #4 Texas * L, 0-6 10/22 Texas Tech * W, 4-1 10/24 @ Baylor * W, 3-2 10/29 Alabama A&M W, 5-2 11/3 Colorado ! L, 1-2 (OT) ^ Nike Tiger Invitational * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

2005

2003

8/29 @ Iowa W, 3-0 8/31 Northwestern W, 2-0 9/5 Purdue^ W, 2-1 9/7 Arizona^ W, 3-1 9/12 @ Mississippi State L, 0-1 9/14 @ Mississippi L, 1-2 (OT) 9/19 Eastern Illinois W, 3-2 (OT) 9/21 @ Florida L, 0-4 9/23 @Colorado* L, 2-3 9/28 @ Nebraska* L, 1-3 10/3 California W, 1-0 10/5 Oklahoma* L, 1-2 (OT) 10/10 Oklahoma State T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/12 Kansas* L, 0-2 10/17 Texas* L, 1-2 10/19 Texas A&M* W, 5-4 (OT) 10/24 @ Baylor* W, 2-1 10/26 @ Texas Tech* L, 1-3 10/31 @ Iowa State* W, 4-3 11/6 Colorado! W, 2-0 11/7 Nebraska! W, 3-2 11/9 Oklahoma State! L, 2-3 (2OT) 11/14 Eastern Illinois~ W, 1-0 11/16 Kansas~ L, 0-2 ^ Nike Tiger Invitational * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament ~ NCAA Tournament

8/27 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1

2004

@ Northwestern W, 2-1 (OT) @ #10 Illinois L, 1-4 #16 Wisconsin ^ L, 1-2 Iowa ^ W, 1-0 #8 Stanford L, 0-1 #4 Florida T, 2-2 (OT) @ Kentucky L, 0-1 Loyola-Chicago W, 2-1 @ Oklahoma * W, 2-1 (OT) @ Oklahoma State * L, 1-3 #17 Nebraska * L, 1-2 (2OT)

8/26 @ #25 Arizona L, 2-0 8/28 @ #17 California T, 0-0 9/2 Indiana ^ W, 2-0 9/4 Purdue ^ W, 2-1 9/8 Arkansas State W, 7-0 9/11 @ Iowa W, 5-0 9/16 Coll. of Charleston W, 1-0 9/18 # 17 Cal-Poly L, 1-0 9/23 # 14 Texas A&M * L, 3-2 9/25 Baylor * W, 2-1 9/30 @ Iowa State * T, 1-1 10/2 @ #25 Nebraska * L, 3-0 10/7 Oklahoma * T, 1-1 10/9 Oklahoma State * W, 3-0 10/14 @ Colorado * L, 3-2 10/16 @ Texas Tech * W, 4-1 10/21 Texas * L, 4-1 10/23 Colorado College W, 1-0 10/28 Kansas L, 3-2 2OT 10/1 #10 Texas A$M ! L, 3-1 ^ Big 12 / Big 10 Challenge * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22

2006

Iowa ^ W, 2-0 #13 Illinois^ W, 5-0 @ Northwestern ! W, 4-0 @ Minnesota ! W, 1-0 Northwestern State W, 3-0 Loyola-Chicago W, 3-2 @ Wisconsin % W, 2-1 @ UW-Milwaukee % L, 0-1 Nebraska * L, 0-2 Illinois State W, 3-2 (OT) Texas Tech * L, 1-3 Baylor * L, 0-3 @ Oklahoma * L, 2-3 @ #13 Oklahoma St. * L, 0-2 #25 Colorado * W, 3-0 Kansas * L, 0-4 @ #14 Texas * L, 0-1 @ #7 Texas A&M * L, 2-4

1027 @ Iowa State W, 2-1 (2OT) ^ Big 12 / Big 10 Challenge * Big 12 Game

2007

8/31 @ #20 Illinois W, 3-1 9/2 Western Michigan W, 5-2 9/7 @ Iowa W, 2-0 9/9 Eastern Illinois W, 3-0 9/14 @ #1 Stanford^ L, 2-3 9/16 vs. #3 Santa Clara^ L, 1-2 9/21 Cal-Berkeley W, 4-0 9/23 TCU W 4-2 9/28 #4 Texas A&M* W, 4-3 (2OT) 9/30 @ Baylor* W, 4-2 10/5 @ Texas Tech* W, 10/12 Oklahoma* W, 3-0 10/14 Oklahoma State* L, 1-2 (OT) 10/19 @ #7 Texas* L, 2-3 (OT) 10/21 @ Colorado* W, 2-0 10/26 Iowa State* L, 0-1 (OT) 10/28 Nebraska* W, 3-1 11/2 @ Kansas* L, 1-2 11/7 Texas Tech! W, 4-3 (2OT) 11/9 #2 Texas A&M! L, 1-4 11/16 SEMO~ T, 1-1 11/18 #9 USC~ L, 0-1 (2OT) ^ Stanford Invitational * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament ~ NCAA Tournament

2008

8/23 #17 Illinois L, 1-2 (OT) 8/29 Auburn W, 1-0 9/6 @ #21 California L, 0-3 9/7 vs. Eastern Washington W, 3-0 9/12 Vanderbilt W, 3-0 9/14 Butler W, 2-1 9/19 Iowa W, 2-1 9/26 @ Iowa State* W 3-0 9/28 @ Nebraska* L, 2-3 (2OT) 10/3 Colorado* W, 1-0 10/5 Texas Tech* W, 2-0 10/10 @ Oklahoma* W, 2-0 10/12 @ #12 Okla. State* L, 2-3 (OT) 10/17 Francis Marion W, 6-1 10/19 @ #6 Texas A&M* W, 3-0 10/24 Baylor* W, 2-0 10/26 #10 Texas* L, 1-2 10/31 Kansas W, 6-0 11/5 vs. #9 Texas! W, 3-1 11/7 vs. Kansas! T, 1-1 (2OT) 11/9 vs. #10 Colorado W, 1-0 11/14 Evansville~ W, 2-0 11/16 Illinois~ T, 1-1 (2OT) * Big 12 Game

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2009

8/21 @ Iowa W, 3-2 8/28 Northwestern W, 2-0 8/30 Depaul L, 1-0 9/4 Rhode Island W, 7-1 9/6 Long Beach State L, 4-1 9/11 @ Auburn^ W, 2-1 9/13 vs. Vanderbilt^ T, 1-1 9/18 vs. Loyola Marymount$ L, 1-0 9/20 @ #4 UCLA$ L, 5-0 9/25 Northern Iowa W, 8-0 9/27 #12 Oklahoma State* W, 3-2 10/2 @ Texas* T, 1-1 10/4 @ #15 Texas A&M* T, 4-4 10/9 Colorado* W, 1-0 (OT) 10/11 Texas Tech* W, 2-1 10/16 @ Baylor* W, 5-0 10/18 @ Oklahoma* W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/23 Iowa State* W, 3-1 10/25 Nebraska* W, 5-0 10/30 @ Kansas* L, 3-2 11/4 vs. Kansas! W, 3-2 (OT) 11/6 vs. Oklahoma State! L, 3-2 ^ Auburn Tournament $ UCLA Invitational * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

2010

8/22 @ #16 Maryland L, 3-2 8/27 vs. #19 Duke^ L, 3-1 8/29 @ #1 North Carolina L, 6-1 9/3 @ Depaul T, 1-1 9/5 @ Northwestern T, 1-1 9/10 Arkansas W, 4-0 9/17 Loyola (Md.) W, 3-2 (2OT) 9/19 UW-Milwaukee L, 3-2 9/24 Kansas* W, 4-1 10/1 #8 Oklahoma State* L, 3-1 10/3 Oklahoma* W, 2-1 10/8 @ Colorado* W, 1-0 10/10 @ Nebraska* L, 4-2 10/15 Texas* L, 1-0 10/17 #7 Texas A&M* L, 4-2 10/22 @ Baylor W, 2-0 10/24 @ Texas Tech W, 5-2 10/29 @ Iowa State L, 5-0 11/3 vs. Iowa State! L, 4-1 ^ Carolina Nike Classic * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

2011

8/19 @ San Diego 8/21 Eastern Illinois 8/26 #7 Ohio State 8/28 Purdue 9/2 Northern Arizona 9/4 @ TCU 9/9 vs. Arizona^ 9/11 @ Arizona State^ 9/16 #8 Florida 9/18 UMKC 9/23 @ Texas Tech* 9/25 @ #2 Oklahoma State* 9/30 #24 Texas A&M* 10/2 Texas* 10/7 SIUE 10/14 @ Baylor* 10/16 @ Oklahoma* 10/21 Kansas* 10/28 Iowa State 11/2 vs. Baylor! 11/4 vs. #21 Texas A&M ^ Sun Devil Desert Classic * Big 12 Game ! Big 12 Tournament

2012

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

8/17 #11 Memphis W, 5-1 8/19 UCSB W, 2-0 8/26 @ #15 California W, 3-2 8/31 Arizona State W, 4-1 9/2 Tennessee Tech W, 2-0 9/6 @ Ohio State L, 1-0 (OT) 9/14 @ Auburn* W, 2-0 9/16 @South Carolina* W, 1-0 9/21 Ole Miss* W, 2-1 9/23 Vanderbilt* W, 2-0 9/28 @ Georgia* W, 2-1 9/30 @ Tennessee* L, 1-0 10/5 Kentucky* W, 2-1 (OT) 10/7 Mississippi State W, 2-0 10/12 @ #9 Florida* L, 2-1 10/14 @ Alabama* W, 2-1 10/19 Arkansas* L, 2-1 10/21 LSU* L, 3-1 10/25 @ #13 Texas A&M* L, 2-1 (OT) 10/31 vs. Kentucky! W, 2-1 11/4 vs. #11 Florida L, 3-0 11/10 Illinois^ T, 1-1 * SEC Game ! SEC Tournament ^ NCAA Tournament

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AUDREY J. WALTON STADIUM Audrey J. Walton Track-Soccer Stadium was opened in 1996 following a generous $1 donation from Mrs. Walton. Seating renovations were completed in 1998 bringing the complex maximum attendance to 2,500 fans per game. As the Tiger program grew in popularity, the stadium warranted another upgrade in a lighting project completed in 2001. Various supporters donated $160,000 to install a state of the art lighting system. Rejuvenating he facility in 2004, the Mizzou Athletic Department completed a field turf project replenishing the playing field with new Bermuda sod. The Audrey J. Walton Track-Soccer Stadium has played host to five NCAA soccer tournaments.


2013 SCHEDULE FRIDAY, AUG. 17 FRIDAY, AUG. 23 SUNDAY, AUG. 25 FRIDAY, AUG. 30 SUNDAY, SEPT. 1 FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 SUNDAY, SEPT. 8 FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 FRIDAY, SEPT. 20 FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 FRIDAY, OCT. 4 SUNDAY, OCT. 6 FRIDAY, OCT. 11 FRIDAY, OCT. 18 SUNDAY, OCT. 20 FRIDAY, OCT. 25 SUNDAY, OCT. 27 THURSDAY, OCT. 31

SMU (EXHIBITION) PACIFIC AT MEMPHIS SEMO AT UMKC VS. BAYLOR VS. SAN DIEGO EASTERN ILLINOIS AT PORTLAND AT MISSISSIPPI STATE* GEORGIA* FLORIDA* AT VANDERBILT* TEXAS A&M* AT LSU* SOUTH CAROLINA* AUBURN* AT KENTUCKY* TENNESSEE* AT ARKANSAS*

All Times Local * Denotes Southeastern Conference Game

COLUMBIA, MO. COLUMBIA, MO. MEMPHIS, TENN. COLUMBIA, MO. KANSAS CITY, MO. COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COLUMBIA, MO. PORTLAND, ORE. STARKVILLE, MISS. COLUMBIA, MO. COLUMBIA, MO. NASHVILLE, TENN. COLUMBIA, MO. BATON ROUGE, LA. COLUMBIA, MO. COLUMBIA, MO. LEXINGTON, KY. COLUMBIA, MO. FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.

6:30 P.M. CT 6:30 P.M. CT 1 P.M. CT 6:30 P.M. CT 6:30 P.M. CT 4 P.M. CT 11 A.M. CT 6:30 P.M. CT 2:30 P.M. PT 7 P.M. CT 6:30 P.M. CT 1 P.M. CT 7 P.M. CT 1 P.M. CT 7 P.M. CT 6:30 P.M. CT 1 P.M. CT 7:30 P.M. ET 1 P.M. CT 7 P.M. CT


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