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KALAMAZOO COLLEGE THE K-PLAN Kalamazoo College does more in four years so students can do more in a lifetime. It offers rigorous academic explorations in the liberal arts and integrates non-classroom experiences into a resume that gives students a leg-up for graduate school and employment. K develops the ability to think and solve problems, and it measures those outcomes. LOCATION Kalamazoo, Michigan; A college-centered community with a metropolitan population of 225,000 in scenic southwest Michigan, just 140 miles from Chicago and Detroit and 35 miles from Lake Michigan. ENROLLMENT 1,443 students from 43 states and 32 countries. CAMPUS Sixty-acre campus with 29 buildings of Georgian architecture located in a historic residential area near downtown Kalamazoo. FACULTY 90 percent hold a Ph.D. or terminal degree. The student/faculty ratio is 13–1. AFFILIATION

NCAA Division III

CONFERENCE Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association INFORMATION

Office of Admission 1200 Academy Street Kalamazoo, Michigan 49006

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TOLL FREE 800.253.3602 LOCAL 269.337.7166 EMAIL admission@kzoo.edu WEB kzoo.edu ATHLETICS

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KALAMAZOO COLLEGE THE K-PLAN Kalamazoo College’s distinctive approach to liberal arts education, the K-Plan, has four components:

• Depth and Breadth in the Liberal Arts • Learning Through Experience • International and Intercultural Experience • Independent Scholarship

Full engagement in the K-Plan helps students accomplish these learning outcomes: to know at least one field of inquiry in depth; to study a variety of fields of inquiry; to be able to engage in various cultural contexts in informed, meaningful, responsible, and respectful ways; to be able to learn effectively in a variety of settings; to be able to integrate theory and experiences through reflection; to respect personal and cultural differences;to be able to communicate effectively in both written and oral forms; to be proficient in at least one second language; and to be able to think critically, reason analytically, and solve problems skillfully. STRONG FOCUS ON EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION • More than two thirds of students complete an internship or externship • 70 percent of students participate in a meaningful, immersive international and intercultural experience—often characterized by home stays, an Integrative Cultural Research Project, and duration of three to nine months—in 41 programs in 24 countries on six continents • About two thirds of students participate in course-based or student-led co-curricular service-learning projects • All students engage in a Senior Individualized Project, an in-depth research or creative project done in the senior year MORE IN FOUR, MORE IN A LIFETIME • Outstanding performance on the nationwide Collegiate Learning Assessment, the best current measure of student outcomes in critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and writing • Ranked among the top among all U.S. institutions for graduates earning PhDs in physical sciences (9th), life sciences (11th), psychology (15th), and math and computer science (17th). • Named one of the Best Liberal Arts Colleges by U.S. News & World Report • One of the Colleges That Change Lives, book by Loren Pope, higher education expert and former New York Times education editor, describing a group of 40 dynamic colleges that excel at developing potential, values, and initiative and provide the foundation for success beyond college • Named one of the 44 “Best Buy” schools by Fiske Guide to Colleges BY THE NUMBERS • 1443 students from 43 states and 32 countries; 27 percent students of color • Class of 2020 mean ACT - 28 / mean SAT critical reading - 594 / mean SAT math - 624. Kalamazoo College is a test optional school. • More than 98 percent of students receive need-based and/or merit-based financial aid; 23 percent are Pell eligible • 13-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio

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COACHING STAFF Bryan Goyings • Head Coach bgoyings@kzoo.edu 269.337.5776

Bryan Goyings was named part-time head women’s soccer coach on April 12, 2008. On February 11, 2010, Goyings was named the program’s first full-time women’s soccer coach and athletic department recruiting coordinator. In addition to coaching, Goyings currently helps plan special events within the athletics department. In just his second season at the helm, Goyings led the Hornets to an 8-6-5 overall record (5-2-1 MIAA) in 2009, and the Hornets advanced to the MIAA Tournament Championship. The Hornets finished third in the MIAA during his third season and advanced to the MIAA Tournament Semifinals. The Hornets finished third in the MIAA for the third straight season in 2011 and competed in the MIAA Tournament Semifinals. Goyings led the team to a 14-5-2 overall record in 2014 before leading the team to an MIAA championship in 2016 (13-4-3 overall / 12-2-2 MIAA). A 2004 graduate of Kalamazoo College, Goyings joined the women’s soccer coaching staff in 2006 as an assistant coach and helped lead the team to a third-place finish in the MIAA in 2007. He took over as head coach in April of 2008. Originally from Jackson, Mich., Goyings is a graduate of Lumen Christi High School. He currently holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” License. Goyings also holds a National Youth License and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Premier Diploma and Advanced National Goalkeeping Diploma. Goyings has also been actively involved at various camps and working with the Olympic Development Program in Michigan, training and developing the highest level of youth soccer in the state. He is presently the head coach of the ‘01 ODP age group. As a student at Kalamazoo College, Goyings was a four-year letter winner for the Hornets (2000-03). He was a defender on three MIAA championship teams and two NCAA Division III tournament teams, and scored four goals his senior season. Following graduation from Kalamazoo College, Goyings became heavily involved as a coach in the local youth soccer scene including stints as the assistant boys’ varsity coach at Plainwell High School and time as a staff coach for the Portage Lightning Soccer Club.

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2017 ROSTER No. 0 1 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 26

Name Hannah Wolfe Maddie Odom Raechel Schmidt Sarah George Lillian Schmidt Julie Zabik Grace Karrip Allison Shaw Josie Sibley Joy Hunziker Madison Moote Rosella LoChirco Libby Munoz Ella Schodowski Christina Dandar Zoe Barnes Madison Vallan Amiee Hutton Jessica Wile Georgie Andrews

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

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

Hometown/High School West Bloomfield / Bloomfield Hills Bloomfield Hills / Detroit Country Day Frankenmuth / Frankenmuth Royal Oak / Marian Frankenmuth / Frankenmuth Kalamazoo / Loy Norrix Lake Orion / Lake Orion Clinton Twp. / Chippewa Valley Scotts / Portage Central Allegan / Allegan Rochester Hills / Rochester Rochester / Notre Dame Prep Leland / Leland Huntington Woods / Berkley Harrison Twp. / Warren Regina Grand Rapids / East Grand Rapids Grosse Pointe Farms / Grosse Pointe South Wayne / Wayne Memorial Schoolcraft / Schoolcraft Ann Arbor / Rudolf Steiner

Head Coach: Bryan Goyings (Kalamazoo ‘04) Assistant Coaches: Todd Wells, Ashleigh Carpentier Captains: Sarah George, Christina Dandar

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2017 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT Sept 1 vs. Hanover (at Aurora) 3 vs. Otterbein (at Aurora) 6 at Calvin* 9 SAINT MARY’S* 11 at Alma* 14 HOPE* 17 at Trine* 20 at Albion* 23 ADRIAN* 26 OLIVET* 28 THOMAS MORE Oct 3 CALVIN* 4 at Chicago 7 at Saint Mary’s* 10 ALMA* 14 at Hope* 18 TRINE* (Senior Night) 21 ALBION* (Homecoming) 24 at Adrian* 28 at Olivet*

TIME 3:00 1:00 5:00 12:00 4:00 7:00 12:00 7:00 3:00 7:00 5:30 5:00 5:00 12:00 7:00 12:00 7:00 12:00 7:00 2:30

Home games in CAPS All times are Eastern *Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association games

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AWARD WINNERS MIAA MVP’s 2000 Lydia Raburn 1999 Sandi Poniatowski 1998 Erin Killian 1993 Jennifer Russell 1992 Jennifer Russell 1991 Jennifer Russell 1990 Karen Carney 1989 Shelly Krisfalusi CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2016 Christina Dandar (3rd) 2014 Lucy Mailing (2nd) 2002 Kim Hartman (2nd) 2001 Lydia Raburn (2nd) All-Americans 1998 Erin Killian (2nd) 1997 Amy Burgardt (2nd) 1993 Jennifer Russell (2nd) 1992 Jennifer Russell (2nd) 1991 Karen Carney (2nd) 1990 Shelly Krisfalusi (1st) 1990 Amy Harris (2nd) 1988 Kim Paterson (1st) 1987 Kim Paterson 1986 Kim Paterson NCAA Tournament Appearances 1999 Regional Tournament at Ohio Wesleyan --Wheaton 2, Kalamazoo 1 (2 ot) 1998 Regional Tournament at Ohio Wesleyan --Ohio Wesleyan 3, Kalamazoo 2 1997 First Round --Kalamazoo 5, Wilmington (Ohio) 1 1997 Great Lakes Regional --Washington (Mo.) 2, Kalamazoo 1 1991 First Round --California Lutheran Univ. 3, Kalamazoo 0 1990 First Round --Kalamazoo 3, Mary Washington College 1 1990 Second Round --Methodist College 1, Kalamazoo 0

All-Region 2016 Christina Dandar (2nd) Paige Sambor (2nd) Grace Smith (3rd) 2015 Allie Brodsky (3rd) 2014 Lucy Mailing (3rd) Paige Sambor (3rd) 2011 Jackie Short (2nd) 2002 Kim Hartman (2nd) 2001 Lydia Raburn (1st) Kim Hartman (2nd) Stacey Nastase (3rd) 2000 Heather Pedersen (2nd) Stacey Nastase (3rd) Lydia Raburn (3rd) 1999 Amy Burgardt (1st) Megan Faurot (3rd) Stacey Nastase (3rd) Heather Pedersen (3rd) Sandi Poniatowski (2nd) 1998 Susie Anderson (3rd) Stacey Nastase (3rd) Sandi Poniatowski (3rd) 1997 Amy Burgardt (1st) Erin Killian (1st) Sandi Poniatowski (1st) 1996 Erin Killian (3rd) 1995 Susie Anderson (3rd) 1986 Cheryl Galindo (1st) Kim Paterson (1st) NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships 2017 Grace Smith 2003 Kim Hartman

1988 First Round --Kalamazoo 3, Univ. of Rochester 2 1988 Second Round --Methodist College 2, Kalamazoo 1

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All-MIAA HONOREES 2016 Christina Dandar - 1st Paige Sambor - 1st Grace Smith - 1st Sarah George - 2nd

2004 Monisha Berkowski - 1st Rachel Fedore - 2nd Jill Weatherhead - 2nd 2003 Jessie Geiger - 1st Adrienne Beller - 2nd Molly Danner - 2nd

2015 Allie Brodsky - 1st Madison Moote - 1st Grace Smith - 2nd Christina Dandar - 2nd

2002 Kim Hartman - 1st

2014 Allie Brodsky - 1st Lucy Mailing - 1st Paige Sambor - 1st Madison Moote - 2nd

2001 Jessie Geiger - 1st Kim Hartman - 1st Stacey Nastase - 1st Lydia Raburn - 1st Jessica Mueller - 2nd

2013 Jordan Meeth - 2nd

2000 Stacey Nastase - 1st Heather Pedersen - 1st Lydia Raburn - 1st Jessica Mueller - 2nd Lesley Williams - 2nd Heather White - 2nd Kim Hartman - 2nd

2012 Jackie Short - 1st Jordan Meeth - 2nd C.J. McCarthy - 2nd 2011 Jordan Meeth - 1st Jackie Short - 1st Megan Martinez - 2nd Rachel Pitzer - 2nd

1999 Amy Burgardt - 1st Megan Faurot - 1st Stacey Nastase - 1st Sandi Poniatowski - 1st Lydia Raburn - 2nd Heather Pedersen - 2nd Kristen Kobayashi - 2nd Laurie Tack - 2nd Kim Hartman - 2nd Heather White - 2nd Jessica Mueller - 2nd

2010 Jackie Short - 1st Maya Smolcic - 1st Megan Burns - 2nd Megan Martinez - 2nd 2009 Maya Smolcic - 1st C.J. McCarthy - 2nd Jackie Short - 2nd Anja Burk - 2nd

1998 Susie Anderson - 1st Megan Faurot - 1st Erin Killian - 1st Stacey Nastase - 1st Sandi Poniatowski - 2nd Meghan Smith - 2nd

2007 Monisha Berkowski - 1st Aliza Caplan - 1st Kelly Lepper - 1st Chelsea Smith - 2nd 2006 Kelly Lepper - 1st Jenn Russart - 1st

1997 Amy Burgardt - 1st Erin Killian - 1st Sandi Poniatowski - 1st Amy Wheeler - 2nd Meghan Smith - 2nd

2005 Monisha Berkowski - 2nd Jenn Russart - 2nd Sarah Arnosky - 2nd

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1996 Erin Killian - 1st Sandi Poniatowski - 1st Meghan Smith - 1st Megan Faurot - 2nd Amy Wheeler - 2nd 1995 Susie Anderson - 1st Erin Ascherman - 1st Erin Killian - 2nd Amy Wheeler - 2nd 1994 Erin Ascherman - 1st Felicia Paluzzi - 1st Jill Wojewuczki - 1st Laura Whiteley - 2nd Susie Anderson - 2nd Melissa Stucki - 2nd 1993 Kelly Allen - 1st Jennifer Russell - 1st Jill Wojewuczki - 1st Erin Bagozzi - 2nd Shannon Pinkava - 2nd 1992 Karen Carney - 1st Candice Jones - 1st Jennifer Russell - 1st Mia McGinty - 2nd Jennifer Hofmeister - 2nd Francesca Priebe - 2nd 1991 Karen Carney - 1st Jennifer Hofmeister - 1st Jennifer Russell - 1st Candice Jones - 2nd Shelly Krisfalusi - 2nd Mia McGinty - 2nd 1990 Karen Carney - 1st Shelly Krisfalusi - 1st Jennifer Russell - 1st 1989 Karen Carney - 1st Amy Harris - 1st Shelly Krisfalusi - 1st Leigh Clancy - 2nd Molly Wright - 2nd

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NCAA STATEMENT KALAMAZOO COLLEGE STATEMENT ON NCAA INFRACTIONS On March 22, 2016, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced Kalamazoo College had three major violations involving the awarding of financial aid, recruitment practices and failure to monitor NCAA financial aid regulations. The NCAA found there was no intent by Kalamazoo College to circumvent NCAA rules. The NCAA placed K on probation for a period of three years and placed a ban on postseason competition, including conference tournaments; regular season conference championship consideration; and NCAA championship opportunities, for any team whose roster contains one or more student-athletes who received financial aid impermissible according to NCAA rules. As of March 2016, all Hornet Athletics teams have at least one student-athlete who receives this type of financial aid. The College appealed the ban on postseason play and the ban on regular season conference championship consideration. According to the NCAA process, the postseason ban will be held in abeyance until the appeal process is completed. The NCAA will allow K to repackage the impermissible financial aid to maintain postseason play and championship consideration. As soon as K concluded NCAA infractions occurred, the College immediately corrected the process that led to the awarding of impermissible financial aid. Therefore, for students entering in the fall of 2015 and thereafter, the financial aid awards are compliant with NCAA regulations. In the admission process, Kalamazoo College considers a variety of indicators in addition to grades, including a broad assessment of extracurricular activities such as community service, student government, music and athletics. This admission process does not violate NCAA regulations. The awarding of financial aid violation occurred when extracurricular athletics activities included in the admission process also informed the financial aid process. NCAA rules prohibit the inclusion of athletic extracurricular activity in financial aid consideration. “The College’s admission process and financial aid policy place value on a holistic view of prospective students. Our intent was to treat all students—the musicians, the artists, the student leaders, the athletes—fairly,” said Provost Mickey McDonald. “The College made a mistake by failing to remove athletic participation in financial aid consideration­, a process which is not in alignment with NCAA rules.” The recruiting violation occurred when the baseball coach, who was new to the College at the time, incorrectly suggested to some prospective students that he could influence the financial aid process. As soon as the College became aware of the misrepresentation, it reported it to the NCAA and provided training for all K coaches. The third major violation relates to not having had in place appropriate policies and procedures and training for staff regarding NCAA financial aid rules. Since the investigation began in June 2014, Kalamazoo College has instituted the following changes: • • • •

Ceased including extracurricular activities of any kind when considering the amount of financial aid offered students Clarified the NCAA compliance responsibilities within athletics, provided training to those with these responsibilities, and restructured staffing to meet compliance responsibilities Provided ongoing, annual training for athletics, admission and financial aid staff Hired a consultant to conduct a compliance audit and to make additional recommendations

“All of the NCAA concerns have been corrected. Kalamazoo College is committed to complying with NCAA rules and regulations,” said McDonald. “We will continue to educate and train our staff and monitor our financial aid programs and recruiting practices so we can best serve our student-athletes and to provide the best athletic program we can.” The NCAA released a Public Infractions Report on March 22. The report is available online at NCAA.org.

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2017 WOMEN’S SOCCER DATE OPPONENT

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Sept Oct

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1 vs. Hanover (at Aurora) 3 vs. Otterbein (at Aurora) 6 at Calvin* 9 SAINT MARY’S* 11 at Alma* 14 HOPE* 17 at Trine* 20 at Albion* 23 ADRIAN* 26 OLIVET* 28 THOMAS MORE 3 CALVIN* 4 at Chicago 7 at Saint Mary’s* 10 ALMA* 14 at Hope* 18 TRINE* (Senior Night) 21 ALBION* (Homecoming) 24 at Adrian* 28 at Olivet*

3:00 1:00 5:00 12:00 4:00 7:00 12:00 7:00 3:00 7:00 5:30 5:00 5:00 12:00 7:00 12:00 7:00 12:00 7:00 2:30

Home games in CAPS All times are Eastern *Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association games

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