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Table of Contents Credits...................................................................................1 Quick Facts...........................................................................2 Media Information................................................................3 Roster................................................................................ 4-5 Season Preview................................................................. 6-7 Player Bios.................................................................... 10-32 Coaching Staff.............................................................. 34-36 2010 Opponent Information.......................................... 38-41 Series Record Versus Opponents.................................. 42-44 All-Time Record Versus Opponents...................................44 Season-By-Season Log................................................. 45-47

Lizzie Wilkens

Peoples Bank Field.............................................................48 2009 In Review............................................................. 50-53 All-KCAC Selections..........................................................54 NAIA All-Americans.................................................... 56-58 All-Region Selections.........................................................59 All-Time All-Conference Selections...................................60 Daktronic Scholar Athletes.................................................60 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District.......................60 All-Time Roster............................................................ 61-62 School Records............................................................. 63-64 Conference Championships.......................................... 65-67 Conference Tournament Championships............................67 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC)................68

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The Hull Center for Athletics..............................................70

Credits The 2010 Ottawa University women’s soccer media guide is a production of the Ottawa University Sports Information Office. Design, writing and editing by Sports Information Director Katie Tooley using a Dell PC with Adobe Indesign, 5.0. Editorial assistance provided by Nancy Tooley and the OU women’s soccer staff. Printed by MultiAd Sports of Peoria, Ill. Outside cover designed by Lara Rich-Boyd. Photos by the OU Athletic Department, OU Marketing Department, Sarah Blecha, Elliott Sutherland, and Matthew Hicks. ®

OU Coaching Staff..............................................................71 OU Administration........................................................ 72-73 OU Athletic Administration.......................................... 74-75 OU Sports Medicine...........................................................76

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................................Ottawa, Kan. Founded....................................................................................1865 Fall 2010 Enrollment..................................................................550 School Colors...........................................................Black and Gold Nickname...............................................................................Braves Affiliation................................................................................ NAIA Conference.............................................................................KCAC President................................................................Kevin C. Eichner Provost and Vice President................................... Dr. Dennis Tyner Director of Athletics.................................................. Arabie Conner Faculty Athletic Representative........................ Dr. Corkie Hedlund Athletics Website....................................... www.ottawabraves.com Ticket Office................................................. 785-242-5200, x 5420

SOCCER FACILITY Home Facility.....................................................Peoples Bank Field Capacity...................................................................................2,000 Opened......................................................................................2007 Suface ............................................................................ Fieldturf速

COACHES/SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach................................................................. Marc Gordon Record at OUTM........................................................................... 0-0 Overall................................................................................ 125-72-5 Year at OU................................................................................... 1st Assistant Coach.................................................... Jeremy McGinnis Year at OU................................................................................... 1st Graduate Assistant.........................................................Joe Nemzer Year at OU................................................................................... 1st Athletic Trainer.......................................................Jennifer Rayben Soccer Office Phone...................................... 785-242-5200, x 5409

2009 IN REVIEW Overall Record....................................................................... 16-5-0 KCAC Record.......................................................................... 9-0-0 KCAC Finish............................................................................ First Home........................................................................................ 6-2-0 Away........................................................................................ 8-3-0 Neutral...................................................................................... 2-0-0

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Soccer at Ottawa..................................................1996 All-Time Record................................................................ 132-96-5 Conference Titles........................................ 5 (2001, 03, 04, 05, 09) NAIA Postseason Appearances............ 6, (2002, 03, 04, 05, 07, 09) NAIA Postseason Record..................................................1-5 (.166)

2010 INFORMATION Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................19/6 Starters Returning/Lost..............................................................11/0 2009 Redshirts.....................................................1 (Morgan White) Newcomers.....................................................................................6

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RETURNING PLAYERS Player Kelsey Hanna Whitney Bowen Carley Bonnett Amanda Just Amber Webb Stephanie Segura *Morgan White Raechelle Sloan Lizzie Wilkens Amanda Talbott Tara Wood Nicole Radcliffe Kourtney Clark Kristi French Goalkeeper Nichole Bishop Lauren Peil

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

GP/GS G A Pts. Shots GW 11-7 3 2 8 27 1 21-14 12 8 32 74 5 17-0 0 0 0 4 0 21-17 7 5 19 60 1 21-18 1 2 4 39 0 21-17 3 2 8 22 0 17-14 4 2 10 19 1 21-19 1 6 8 20 0 21-21 2 0 4 33 1 21-2 1 0 2 23 0 15-10 1 0 2 5 0 20-0 3 3 9 15 0 16-5 0 0 0 8 0 21-5 0 1 1 14 0

GP/GS S GAA S% 6-6 14 1.21 .700 17-16 48 0.74 .800

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NEWCOMERS Player Theresa Crane Taylor Mays RS - Jessica Melton Alex Rivas RS - Kaitlyn Stinson Elizabeth Tapia

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Hometown Herriman, Utah Olathe, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Fresno, Calif. Davenport, Iowa Parris, Calif.

OU SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director................................................ Katie Tooley Office Phone......................................................... 785-242-5200, x 5401 Cell Phone......................................................................... 785-418-7234 Office Fax.......................................................................... 785-229-1028 E-mail............................................................... katie.tooley@ottawa.edu Mailing Address.......................................................................................

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ottawabraves.com For the most up to the minute coverage of Braves and Lady Braves athletics on the World Wide Web, click on www.ottawabraves.com, the official website of the Ottawa University® Athletic Department. In addition to updated results, statistics and games stories, you can find photos, player and coach biographies, schedule and roster information, and weekly releases. The OUTM athletic website includes infomation on all of OU’s 14 varsity athletic programs along with general athletic department information, including ticket, summer camps, special events, and online media guides. Links to several other websites, including KCACSPORTS.com and NAIA.org can also be found on the OU athletics homepage. Media Information The Ottawa University Sports Information Office is always interested in helping the local media with its coverage of the Braves and Lady Braves. Listed on this page are guidelines and services which the Sports Information Office provides to aid you as you do your job. Please feel free to contact Sports Information Director Katie Tooley for assistance. Media Credentials Please contact Sports Information Director Katie Tooley for media credentials to Ottawa University home athletic events. All media credential requests can be written to: Ottawa University Sports Information 1001 South Cedar Street, #7 Ottawa, KS 66067 Credentials may also be requested by calling Tooley at 785-242-5200, x 5401 or on her cell phone at 785-4187234. Any media planning to staff the games will require a credential to gain access to the press box and should contact Ottawa University Sports Information Office at least one week prior to the games. Photo Policy Only accredited photographers on assignment will be issued credentials. Copies of the game rosters will be available prior to the game. Phone Lines KCAC policy requires one courtesy phone line for the official radio station of visiting member schools. For non-conference opponents, the same phone line is available to the team’s official radio station.

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Katie Tooley Sports Information Director 785-242-5200, x 5401 Katie Tooley is in her fourth year as Sports Information Director at Ottawa University. Tooley covers all 14 OU athletic teams. She regularly updates the athletics website (www.ottawabraves.com), writes and distributes press releases to media outlets, compiles stats and archives team information. Tooley is a member of NAIA-SIDA and CoSIDA. She has had five publications earn NAIA-SIDA honors with her most recent being a fifth place finish with her 2009 football media guide. Tooley has earned two Citations for Excellents in Publications in Division C for her combined men’s and women’s basketball media guides. Her most recent was her 2009-10 guide finishing second. She was named KCAC SID of the Year for her work during the 2009-10 athletic season. Before taking the full-time position at OU, she spent the first five months of the 2006-2007 athletic year as an intern in the sports information department at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. At CU she was responsible for women’s soccer and baseball along with covering other CU sporting events such as men’s soccer and men’s and women’s basketball. Tooley is a former All-KCAC performer in basketball and track at OU and worked in the sports information department for three years during her time at Ottawa. She earned her Masters in Sports Administration from the University of Kansas in 2010.

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Numerical No. Name Pos. Ht. 0 Nichole Bishop GK 5-6 00 Lauren Peil GK 5-11 1 Elizabeth Tapia M 5-0 2 Kelsey Hanna F 5-5 3 Whitney Bowen F 5-3 4 Carley Bonnett D 5-4 5 Amanda Just M 5-3 6 Amber Webb M 5-5 7 Stephanie Segura M 5-4 8 Morgan White M 5-6 9 Raechelle Sloan M 5-4 10 Taylor Mays D 5-10 11 Elizabeth Wilkens D 5-5 12 Amanda Talbott M 5-6 14 Alex Rivas M 5-7 16 Tara Wood D 5-8 18 Theresa Crane F 5-4 24 Nicole Radcliffe F 5-5 25 Kourtney Clark D 5-8 33 Kristi French F 5-5 RS Kasey Craven M 5-6 RS Samantha Mayfield F 5-6 RS Jessica Melton F/M 5-5 RS Kaitlyn Stinson GK 5-7

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School Imperial Beach, Calif./Cuyamaca CC Haysville, Kan. /Campus Perris, Calif./ San Bernardino Valley College Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock Dallas, Texas/Duncanville Escondido, Calif./Escondido Andover, Kan./Andover Santee, Calif./Cuyamaca CC League City, Texas/Clear Creek Braselton, Ga./Young Harris CC League City, Texas/Clear Creek Olathe, Kan./Olathe South Davenport, Iowa/Davenport Assumption Escondido, Calif./Escondido Fresno, Calif./Fresno City College North Richland Hills, Texas/Fort Worth Christian Herriman, Utah/Barton County CC Olathe, Kan./DeSoto Burleson, Texas/Burleson Santee, Calif./Cuyamaca CC Acworth, Ga./Young Harris CC Midlothian, Texas/Midlothian St. Louis, Mo./McCluer South-Berkeley Davenport, Iowa/North

No. 0 4 3 25 18 RS 33 2 5 RS 10 RS 00 24 14 7 9 RS 12 1 6 8 11 16

Name..................................Pos. Nichole Bishop....................GK Carley Bonnett.......................D Whitney Bowen..................... F Kourtney Clark.......................D Theresa Crane........................ F Kasey Craven........................ M Kristi French.......................... F Kelsey Hanna......................... F Amanda Just.......................... M Samantha Mayfield................ F Taylor Mays...........................D Jessica Melton....................F/M Lauren Peil..........................GK Nicole Radcliffe..................... F Alex Rivas............................. M Stephanie Segura................... M Raechelle Sloan..................... M Kaitlyn Stinson...................GK Amanda Talbott..................... M Elizabeth Tapia...................... M Amber Webb......................... M Morgan White....................... M Elizabeth Wilkens..................D Tara Wood..............................D

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Elizabeth Wilkins Kasey Craven Kristi French Raechelle Sloan Kourtney Clark Amanda Just Samantha Mayfield Elizabeth Tapia

Sophomores (4) Carley Bonnett Amanda Talbott Freshmen (3) Taylor Mays Jessica Melton

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Just, Amanda.................................Andover Mays, Taylor....................................Olathe Peil, Lauren................................. Haysville Radcliffe, Nicole..............................Olathe

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Bowen, Whitney.............................. Dallas Clark, Kourtney............................ Burleson Hanna, Kelsey........................ Round Rock Mayfield, Samantha..................Midlothian Segura, Stephanie....................League City Sloan, Raechelle......................League City Wood, Tara................ North Richland Hills

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Stinson, Kaitlyn.........................Davenport Wilkens, Elizabeth.....................Davenport

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Craven, Kasey...............................Acworth White, Morgan............................ Braselton

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Bishop, Nichole.................. Imperial Beach Bonnett, Carley..........................Escondido French, Kristi...................................Santee Rivas, Alex.......................................Fresno Talbott, Amanda.........................Escondido Tapia, Elizabeth................................. Perris Webb, Amber...................................Santee

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Goalkeepers RETURNERS No. Name 0 Nichole Bishop 00 Lauren Peil

Class GP-GS Saves GAA Sr. 6-6 14 1.21 Jr. 17-16 48 0.74

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HEADLINES - OUTM returns both goalkeepers from last season, junior Lauren Peil and senior Nichole Bishop. Peil is a NAIA All-American and a twotime All-KCAC selection. - Peil has a career total of 20 shutouts which broke the school record of career shutouts (16) that was held by Stephanie Henderson. She holds the school record for career GAA (0.64) and is second all-time in career minutes played (3,235) and third in career saves (111). - Bishop’s 1.21 GAA is ranked fourth in single season GAA and her three shutouts are fifth all-time in single season shutouts in the OU record books.

Coach Gordon on the Goalkeepers “We have depth in goakeeping led by experince and maturity. Both goalkeepers the provide leadership for team success.”

Lauren Peil

Defenders RETURNERS No. Name 4 Carley Bonnett 11 Lizzie Wilkens 15 Casie Kultgen 16 Tara Wood 25 Kourtney Clark NEWCOMERS No. Name 10 Taylor Mays

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HEADLINES - Ottawa returns a veteran group with all of the starters coming back from last years team that was ranked seventh in total shutouts (12) and 10th in shutouts per game (0.5) in the NAIA. - Sophomore Carley Bonnett played in 17 matches and is a capable player who will look for more playing time. - Senior Lizzie Wilkens earned NSCAA NAIA Third Team All-American and was selected to the NSCAA All-Southwest Region team. She was also named KCAC Defensive Player of the Year. - Junior Tara Wood is a solid defensive player who scored her first collegiate goal versus Kansas Wesleyan University. - Junior Kourtney Clark played in 16 games last season. She will push for more playing tim in 2009. - The OU defense is joined this season by freshman Taylor Mays. She was a two-year letterwinner at Olathe South High School

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NEWCOMERS No. Name Class School 1 Elizabeth Tapia Jr. San Bernardino Valley College 18 Theresa Crane Jr. Barton County Community College

HEADLINES - OU returns three-time First Team All-KCAC selection Whitney Bowen at forward. She has has scored over 30 points for three straight seasons, including a career high eight assists last year to go along with 12 goals. - Junior Kelsey Hanna scored eight points, three goals and two assists with one game winning goal in 2009. - Sophomore Nicole Radcliffe played in 20 games last year and will push for more playing time this year. - Senior Kristi French is making the transition from defender to forward. She had one assist last season. - Transfer Theresa Crane scored 41 goals and tallied 41 assists in two years at Barton CC. She will be counted on to make a big impact in 2010. - Elizabeth Tapia was a honorable mention all-conference selection her sophomore season .

Coach Gordon on the Forwards “It ia a mix of returners and newcomers who will provide an added strength to the attack. This is a very dynamic group who have come together quickly.” Whitney Bowen

Midfielders RETURNERS No. Name 5 Amanda Just 6 Amber Webb 7 Stephanie Segura *8 Morgan White 9 Raechelle Sloan 12 Amanda Talbott

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NEWCOMERS No. Name 14 Alex Rivas

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HEADLINES - The Lady Braves return NAIA All-American and NSCAA All-SouthWest Region Team selection Amanda Just to a very talented midfield. She became OU’s first two-time NAIA All-American and earned the program’s first ESPN The Magazine second team District 7 honor. - Senior Amber Webb played in all 21 games for the Lady Braves, starting 18. She had four points on the season, one goal and two assists. - Sophomore Amanda Talbott will look to increase her playing time. She played in 20 contests, coming off of the bench in 18 games. - Stephanie Seguara appeared in all 21 games as a freshman, starting five. She scored three goals and tallied two assists. - Senior Morgan White returns for her senior season after redshirting in 2009. - Junior transfer Alex Rivas helped Fresno City College to a ranking of 10th. She earned second team all-conference honors.

Coach Gordon on the Midfielders “The midfield provides an excellent balance in teh attack and team defending. Their work rate is second to none.”

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#0Nichole Bishop

Goalkeeper 5-6 - Senior - 1L Imperial Beach, Calif. - Cuyamaca CC Getting to Know Nichole Nickname:.................................................Flying Squirrel Favorite Athlete:.................................. Spenser Augustine Favorite Movie:.......... One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest 2009: In her first season as a Lady Brave, Bishop started and played in six games in goal. She had a 4-2-0 record with 14 saves, a GAA (goals against average) of 1.21 and three shutouts. Her 1.21 GAA is ranked fourth in single season GAA and her three shutouts are fifth alltime in single season shutouts in the OU record books. Bishop started her first game of the season versus Saint Ambrose University (9/4) and had a season high seven saves versus the Queen Bees. She recorded her first shutout of the season versus Sterling College (10/14). Cuyamaca College: Bishop helped Cuyamaca to the 2008 Pacific Coast Conference Championship. She earned first team All-PCC in 2007 and 2008 and was named Defensive MVP. High School: At MarVista High, Bishop earned first team all-conference and MVP in 2006 and 2007. Personal: Daughter of Paul Bishop ... born November 10, 1989 ... exercise science major.

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Goalkeeper 5-11 - Junior - 2L Haysville, Kan. - Campus Getting to Know Lauren Nickname:.................................................. Lo Favorite Athlete:.....................Michael Jordan Favorite TV Show:................... The Mentalist Favorite Movie:.......................... Stepbrothers Favorite Book:..................A Cry in the Night Pre-game Superstitions: Roomie Handshake ... Get hair braided by Rae ... Rock out on iPod ... Pray at the line of committment.

(9/17) and Southwestern Assemblies of God (9/20) and had a career and season high 11 saves versus Benedictine College (9/24). High School: Peil earned athletic letters in soccer and basketball for the Campus Colts. She helped lead her high school team to a league championship and earned First Team All-AVCTL, All-Region and All-State during her junior season. In her sophomore season, Peil earned Second Team All-AVCTL, First Team All-Region and Second Team All-State. Personal: Daughter of Pam and Kelly Kennedy and Alan Peil ... born December 8, 1989 ... psychology major.

2009: In her sophomore season as a Lady Brave, Peil played in 17 games starting 16 in goal. She had a record of 12-3-0 with 48 saves, nine shutouts, a GAA (goals against average) of 0.74 and played 1,460 minutes on her way to earning second team All-KCAC. Peil earned KCAC Defensive Player of the Week honors for week seven. She started her first game of the season versus Manhattan Christian College and recorded her first shutout of the season versus the Crusaders (9/1). Peil had a season high eight saves versus Rogers State University in OU’s 4-0 win over the Hillcats (9/27). She has a career total of 20 shutouts, which broke the school record of career shutouts (16) that was held by Stephanie Henderson. She holds the school record for career GAA (0.64), is second all-time in career minutes played (3,235), and third in career saves (111). 2008: Peil started all 20 games in goal for the Lady Braves. She earned two KCAC Player of the Week honors and was named KCAC Goalkeeper of the Year as well as first team All-KCAC. Peil recorded her first career shutout versus Bellevue University (9/14). She holds the school record for single season GAA (goals against average) (0.55) and tallied 63 saves. Peil earned three straight shutouts versus Bellevue (9/14), Avila

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Forward 5-5 - Junior - 2L Round Rock, Texas - Round Rock Getting to Know Kelsey Nickname:.......................................Kels-Kels Favorite Athlete:.......................Terrell Owens Favorite TV Show:............................... Weeds Favorite Movie:....................................Gracie Favorite Book:....................... Don’t have one Pre-game Superstitions: Tape Whitney Bowen’s wrist and write “Score!” ... Put yellow pre wrap on by shin guards ... Take one for the team.

2009: Hanna played in 11 games, starting seven. She had eight points, three goals and two assists with one game-winning goal. Hanna scored her first goal of the season versus Rogers State University (9/27) and had her first multi-goal game of the season versus Sterling College (10/14). She had her first career game-winner versus Rogers State University (9/27). Hanna tallied her first assist of the season versus Avila University (9/9), and her first start of the season versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1). 2008: Hanna participated in all 20 contests starting 13. She led the KCAC in shots per game (4) and led OU in shots (80) and shots on goal (39). Hanna recorded the first assist of her college career versus Avila University (9/17). She scored her first collegiate goal and recorded her first career multi-goal game versus Southwestern Assemblies of God (9/20). Hanna earned KCAC Offensive Player of the Week honors for week two (9/22). 2007: Redshirted her freshman season at Ottawa University.

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Forward 5-3 - Senior - 3L Dallas, Texas - Duncanville Getting to Know Whitney Nickname:............................ Whitney Bowen Favorite Athlete:......................Sidney Crosby Favorite TV Show:.CSI Miami or Los Angeles Favorite Movie:... Lifetime Movies “Amish Grace” Favorite Book:................... Of Mice and Men Pre-game Superstitions: I call my Papa Bob and tell him I love him. He then tells me “Score a goal for me.” ... I always tape Kelsey Hanna’s wrist with a note ... SCORE! 2009: Bowen played in all 21 games, starting 14 for the Lady Braves. She was second on the team in points (31), second in goals scored (12), led in assists (8), tied for the team lead in shots on goal (34), and led OU in game winning goals (5). For the third straight season, Bowen was a First Team All-KCAC selection. She was named KCAC Offensive Player of the Week for week six. Bowen earned her first goal of the season versus Benedictine College (9/19), her first assist of the season versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1), and her first game-winning goal of the season versus MidAmerica Nazarene University (9/22). She had two multi-goal games which brings her career total to nine. The first game was versus Southwestern College (10/28) and the second was against Friends University (11/10). Bowen is first in the OU record books in career points (107), second in career goals (45), second in multi-goal games (9), second in career assists (17), first in shots on goal (110), and tied for first in hat tricks (5).

assists versus Northwood University (9/21). Bowen was second on the team in points (32), goals (13) and assists (6). 2007: Bowen started 20 games, scoring 20 goals and dishing out three assists in her freshman season. For her efforts, Bowen earned KCAC Player of the Week, First Team All-KCAC, KCAC Freshman of the Year, First Team AllRegion IV, and NAIA Honorable Mention All-American honors. Bowen also set a school record for shots on goal (46) and hat tricks in a season (4). She broke the Peoples Bank Field record for most points in a single game (9) and goals scored in a single game (4). High School: She was a four-year letterman in soccer and earned Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2006 and 2007. Bowen was also selected as Attacker of the Year in District 4-5A during the 2006-07 season. Personal: Daughter of Chris and Michelle Bowen ... born April 25, 1989 ... elementary education major.

2008: Bowen earned First Team All-KCAC for the second straight year, appearing in all 20 games, starting 17. She scored her first goal of the season versus Central Christian College (9/9). She tallied her seventh career multi-goal game with two goals versus the University of Saint Mary (11/1) and dished out a career high two

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Defender 5-4 - Sophomore - 1L Escondido, Calif. - Escondido Getting to Know Carley Nickname:...................................... Carley Be Favorite Athlete:................ Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite TV Show:............... Grey’s Anatomy Favorite Movie:................................... Grease Favorite Book:.................Harry Potter Series

2009: Bonnett played in 17 games for the Braves. She had two shots on goal. High School: Bonnett was a letter winner in soccer and softball for Escondido High School. She was named the Cougars’ MVP her freshman and sophomore seasons and was selected most spirited in soccer by her teammates in 2008. Bonnett helped the Cougar softball team to the CIF Championship in 2007. Personal: Daughter of Darlene Beebe ... born April 24, 1991 ... undecided in a major.

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Midfielder 5-3 - Junior - 2L Andover, Kan. - Andover Getting to Know Amanda Nickname:............................................Bobby Favorite Athlete:..... Michael Just - Track Star Favorite TV Show:....... That’s So Raven/Teen Mom Favorite Movie:..........................................Up Favorite Book:....Organic Chemistry 3rd Edition Pre-game Superstitions: Shin guards on opposite legs ... tie left shoe then right ... listen to Garth Brooks “Standing Outside the Fire” ... Sing the national anthem from “And the rockets’ red glare” ... Used to slepp in my cleats before every game ... Pray. 2009: Just played in all 21 games, starting 17. She earned her second straight First Team All-KCAC selection and became the program’s first back-to-back NAIA AllAmerican. Just was named to the NSCAA All-SouthWest Region Team. She earned the programs first ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District selection by earning second team District 7. Just finished tied for third on the team in points (19), fourth in goals scored (7), sixth in assists (5), third in shots on goal (31), had one game-winning goal, and was 1-for-1 in penalty kicks. Just had her first goal of the season versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1), the game-winner. She tallied her first assist of the season versus Benedictine College (9/19). Just had a season high six shots on goal versus Avila University (9/9). She is ranked third in the OU record books in career points (55), third in goals scored (23), third in career multi-goal games (3), fifth in assists (9), and second in shots on goal (60). 2008: Just played in all 20 games, starting 19 for OU. She led the Lady Braves in points (36), goals (16), and was fourth on the team in assists (4). Just earned her first career hat trick in OU’s 5-0 victory over Central Christian College (9/9). She scored her first career gamewinner versus previously unbeaten Bellevue University

(9/14) and was a two-time KCAC Offensive Player of the Week selection. Just scored a goal in five straight games; Central Christian, Bellevue, Avila Southwestern Assemblies of God, and Northwood University. High School: Just earned four letters in soccer, two in basketball and two in cross country for Andover High School Trojans. She helped her club team to three straight state appearances, playing in the championship game all three times. Just helped the Trojans to a fourth place finish in 2005 and a third place finish in 2006 in Kansas 5A State. Andover High School was the only 4A team participating in the Kansas 5A State Tournament. She is a three-time all-league and all-region selection for the Trojans. Just also earned second team all-state honors and was awarded her team’s MVP award. For her high school career, Just scored 50 goals and dished out 48 assists. Personal: Daughter of Don and Jamie Just ... born January 2, 1990 ... biology major.

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Midfielder 5-5 - Senior - 1L Santee, Calif. - Cuyamaca CC Getting to Know Amber Nickname:.................................................Bur Favorite Athlete:.................... Venus Williams Favorite TV Show:..... Desperate Housewives Favorite Movie:............................ Old School Favorite Book:.........................The Notebook Pre-game Superstitions: “Take one for the Team�

2009: Webb played in all 21 games for the Lady Braves, starting 18. She had four points, one goal, and two assists for the season. Webb earned her first start for the Lady Braves in the season opener versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1). She scored her goal versus Manhattan Christian (9/1) and tallied her first assist of the season versus Sterling College (10/14). Cuyamaca College: Webb was a two year letter winner for Cuyamaca and was a two-time first team all-conference performer. High School: At West Hills High School, Webb was a First Team All-CIF selection and earned first team allconference honors. She helped her team to a state cup, helped led them to the semifinals at nationals and was part of the team that won the CIF championship her freshman year. Personal: Daughter of Mary Webb ... born March 20, 1987 ... business administration major.

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Midfielder 5-4 - Sophomore - 1L League City, Texas - Clear Creek Getting to Know Stepehanie Nickname:...............................................Gura Favorite Athlete:..................Landon Donovan Favorite TV Show:...........The Amazing Race Favorite Movie:...........................Baby Mama Favorite Book:........... To Kill a Mockingbird Pre-game Superstitions: Call parents ... Pray

the 2008 Gulf Coast Classic All-tournament team, earned 2008 All-District 245A first team forward, and was named NSCAA/Adidas All-Region IV in 2008. Segura lead her team in scoring. Personal: Daughter of NoĂŠ and Nancy Segura ... born June 3, 1991 ... exercise science major.

2009: Segura appeared in all 21 games for OU, starting 17. She scored three goals and tallied two assists for eight points. Segura made her first collegiate start versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1). She scored her first career goal versus Rogers State University (9/27) and had her first career assist versus the Hillcats for a career high three points. High School: Segura was a four year varsity letterwinner for Clear Creek High School. She helped the Wildcats to the state playoffs in 2006, 2007 and again in 2008. Segura helped them to the 24-5A District Championship in 2007. She also spearheaded the number one ranked defense in the Houston, Texas area. Segura helped lead her team to the USYNC State Cup with a third place finish in 2004, a fourth place finish in 2005 and again in 2006. She earned 2006 CCHS Varsity Defensive Player of the Year, received First Team All-District 24-5A in 2006 and 2007, was her teams overall MVP in 2007, earned All-County second team defender in 2007, was a 2007 5A Girls All-Region selection, received the 2008 CCHS Varsity Offensive MVP in 2008, was selected to

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#8 Morgan White

Midfielder 5-6 - RedShirt Senior - 1L Braselton, Ga. - Young Harris CC Getting to Know Morgan Nickname:................................................. Mo Favorite Athlete:................... Serena Williams Favorite TV Show:..... Desperate Housewives Favorite Movie:........................Men of Honor Favorite Book:...................... The Lucky One Pre-game Superstitions: “Taking one for the team�

2009: White redshirted her senior season. 2008: White played in 17 games as a junior, starting 14. She scored her first goal in a Lady Brave uniform versus Central Christian College (9/9), which was also the game winner. For the season, White scored four goals and dished out two assists. Young Harris College: White earned two letters and was a two year starter. She was s a part of the 2006 National Championship Team. Personal: Daughter of Megan and Joe White ... May 25, 1988 ... elementary education major.

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Midfielder 5-4 - Senior - 3L League City, Texas - Clear Creek Getting to Know Raechelle Nickname:................................................ Rae Favorite Athlete:..................Lance Armstrong Favorite TV Show:............Too many to name Favorite Movie:................Dumb and Dumber Pre-game Superstitions: Call Memaw for a game quote ... Braid Lauren Peil’s hair ... Pray.

High School: She lettered one year in soccer and helped her club team to a third place finish at state. Personal: Granddaughter of William and Carol Sloan ... born May 5, 1989 ... elementary education major.

2009: Sloan played in all 21 games, starting 19 as a junior. She tallied eight points on the season, one goal and six assists. She recorded her first goal of the season, and the game winner, versus then 18th ranked Siena Heights University (9/4). Sloan had her first assist of the season versus Rogers State University (9/27). She is ranked third in the OU record books in career assists (16) and fourth in shots on goal (38). Her six assists rank her tied for 10th in single season assists. 2008: Sloan participated in all 20 games as a sophomore, starting 19. She led the team in assists with eight which ranks her fourth all-time in single season assists in the OU record books. Sloan tallied her first assist of the season versus Central Christian College (9/9) and had her first multi-goal game of the season versus McPherson (10/4). 2007: As a freshman, Sloan played in all 20 games, starting in 18 of them. She ended the season with two goals and two assists.

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Defender 5-5 - Senior - 3L Davenport, Iowa - Davenport Assumption Getting to Know Lizzie Nickname:..................................... Lizzie Lou Favorite Athlete:.....................Michael Jordan Favorite TV Show:.........Say Yes to the Dress Favorite Movie:............................Anchorman Favorite Book:........................................1984 Pre-game Superstitions: Eat a pagel and peanut butter every game day ... Listen to the same play list ... Wear hair the same way. 2009: Wilkens played and started in all 21 games for the Lady Braves on her way to earning NAIA AllAmerican honors. She earned NSCAA NAIA Third Team All-American and was selected to the NSCAA All-Southwest Region team. Wilkens earned First Team All-KCAC for the second straight year and was named KCAC Defensive Player of the Year. She earned KCAC Defensive Player of the Week for week five. Wilkens had a career high two goals including her first career game winner versus Bethany College (10/7). She scored her first goal of the season versus McPherson College (10/3). 2008: Wilkens earned First Team All-KCAC as a sophomore. She started 19 games for OU and played in all 20. Wilkens recorded the first goal of her college career versus Bethel College (10/25). It was also the gamewinner. She recorded her first assist of the season versus Central Christian College (9/9). 2007: As a freshman, Wilkens started all 20 games as a defensive midfielder. She earned a second team AllKCAC honors and was selected as team captain for the 2008 season.

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High School: Wilkens was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and helped Davenport Assumption High School to the state tournament semifinals in 2004, the quarter finals in 2005, the regional finals in 2006, and helped the Lady Knights to the state quarterfinals in 2007. Wilkens was selected by her teammates as MVP in 2006. Personal: Daughter of Mike and Peggy Ball ... born February 26, 1989 ... biology major.


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Midfielder 5-6 - Sophomore - 1L Escondido, Calif. - Escondido Getting to Know Amanda Nickname:........................................... Talbott Favorite Athlete:................ Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite TV Show:..................Chelsea Lately Favorite Movie:......Fogetting Sarah Marshall Favorite Book:.................................. Twilight Pre-game Superstitions: Talk on the phone with my dad before every game.

2009: Talbott played in all 21 games, starting two in her freshman season. She scored her first collegiate goal versus Southwestern College (10/28). Talbott started her first game versus Sterling College (10/14). High School: Talbott earned three varsity letters in soccer, and one in both cross country and track for Escondido High School. She helped her club team to the 2006 State Cup Championship. Personal: Daughter of Chris and Tammy Talbott ... born August 14, 1991 ... history major.

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#16 Tara Wood

Defender 5-8 - Junior - 2L North Richland Hills, Texas - Fort Worth Christian Getting to Know Tara Nickname:.................................................... T Favorite Athlete:.....................Michael Jordan Favorite TV Show:............................... House Favorite Movie:................................... Grease Favorite Book:...... To many to name just one Pre-game Superstitions: To stand in front of Christie Johnson while warming up.

2009: Wood played in 15 games, starting 10 in her second season as a Lady Brave. She scored her first career goal versus Kansas Wesleyan University (10/21). 2008: Wood started and played in 17 games as a freshman. She earned KCAC Defensive Player of the Week for week four. High School: Wood was Fort Worth Christian High School’s leading scorer and was selected as varsity Player of the Year. She was also selected team captain. Wood helped her select team to a second place finish in the Lake Highlands Division. She was also a member of her high school’s honor roll. Personal: Daughter of Sara and Scott Wood ... biology major.

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Forward 5-5 - Sophomore - 1L Olathe, Kan. - DeSoto Getting to Know Nicole Nickname:................................................ Red Favorite Athlete:....................Brandi Chastain Favorite TV Show:.............................. Heroes Favorite Movie:........................She’s the Man Favorite Book:.................................. Twilight

2009: Radcliffe played in 20 games in her freshman season at OU. She tallied nine points on the season, three goals and three assists. Radcliffe scored her first collegiate goal versus Bethel College (10/24) and earned her first career assist versus Benedictine College (9/19). She had her first multi-goal game versus Southwestern College (10/28). Radcliffe had a career high five shots on goal versus the Moundbuilders in OU’s 6-0 victory. High School: Radcliffe was a first team all-league and earned Honorable Mention All-Johnson County her senior year. She was named team Offensive Player of the Year, earned First Team All-League honors, was named honorable mention All-Johnson County, and earned Second Team All-State 5A-1A as a junior. During her sophomore season, Radcliffe was named Co-Offensive Player of the Year, earned Second Team All-League, and was named Honorable Mention All-Johnson County. As a freshman she earned Second Team All-League honors. Personal: Daughter of Don and Terry Radcliffe ... born August 1, 1989 ... undecided on a major.

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Defender 5-8 - Junior - 2L Burleson, Texas - Burleson Getting to Know Kourtney Nickname:...................................Kourt Kourt Favorite Athlete:..............................My Sister Favorite TV Shows:.... Lost, Weeds, Grey’sAnatomy Favorite Movie:.................................... Wallie Favorite Book:.................Harry Potter Series Pre-game Superstitions: Whenever the Black Eyed Peas song comes on “Tonight’s Gonna be a Good Night” I have to sing along and believe that it will be.

2009: Clark played in 16 games, starting five as a sophomore for the Lady Braves. 2008: Clark played in 14 games as a freshman, starting four. High School: Clark played four years of soccer for the Elks. She earned Honorable Mention All-District 4-5A honors at defender/midfielder for Burleson. Personal: Daughter of Rodney and Shawn Clark ... born November 13, 1989 ... exercise science major.

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Forward 5-5 - Senior - 1L Santee, Calif. - Cuyamaca CC Getting to Know Kristi Nickname:........................................................... Frenchy Favorite Athlete:.................................. Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite TV Show:..........Extremem Makeover:Home Edition/ ...................................................................... Family Guy Favorite Movie:.............................................Man on Fire Favorite Book:........................................ Breaking Dawn Pre-game Superstitions: I have to wear my sweatband on my left wrist with my friend’s initials who has passed away.

2009: French played in all 21 games, starting five for the Lady Braves. She earned her first start versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1) and French tallied her first assist versus Southwestern College (10/28). Cuyamaca College: French earned two letters in soccer and helped lead Cuyamaca to the Pacific Coast Conference Championship. Personal: Daughter of Kevin and Katie French ... born February 12, 1987 ... psychology major.

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Midfielder 5-6 - Senior - 2L Acworth, Ga. - Young Harris CC Getting to Know Kasey Nickname:....................................................................Kasey Favorite Athlete:.................................................. Mia Hamm Favorite TV Show:................................................. Nip/Tuck Favorite Movie:.........Harold and Kumar go to White Castle Favorite Book:......................................................... Twilight

2010: Craven is redshirting her senior season. 2009: Craven participated in 17 games as a junior for the Lady Braves. 2008: Craven played in 13 games as a sophomore, starting two. She earned her first start of the season versus Avila University (9/17). Young Harris Community College: Craven earned one letter and was a part of Young Harris College’s National Championship team in 2006. Personal: Daughter of Judy and Matt Craven ... born May 29, 1988 ... psychology major ... was a teammate of Morgan White’s at Young Harris Community College.

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Forward - RedShirt 5-6- Junior - 2L Midlothian, Texas - Midlothian Getting to Know Samantha Nickname:................................................................. Sam Favorite Athlete:............................................. Mia Hamm Favorite TV Show:......................................................CSI Miami Favorite Movie:........................................... Longest Yard Favorite Book:.........................................................None Pre-game Superstitions: I always pray that my grandma is watching over me ... I always step on the field with my right foot first.

High School: Mayfield earned four letters in soccer for Midlothian High School. She earned second team all-district honors as a senior for the Panthers. Personal: Daughter of Kelly and Stacey Mayfield ... born May 14, 19990 ... biology major

2010: Mayfield is redshirting her junior season. 2009: Mayfield played in all 21 games, starting five, on her way to earning Honorable Mention All-KCAC honors. She was second on the team in goals scored (8) and had three assists on the season. Mayfield had her first career hat trick and a career, high six points versus Bethany College (10/7) and her first career game-winner versus Bethel College (10/24). She recorded her first assist of the season versus Rogers State University (9/27) and her first goal of the season versus McPherson College (10/3). Mayfield received her first start of the season in the season opener versus Manhattan Christian College (9/1). She is ranked fourth in career goals (14) and fifth in shots on goal (36) in the OU record books. 2008: Mayfield participated in 18 games, starting 14 as a freshman. She was third on the team in goals (6) and recorded two assists. Mayfield scored her first career goal versus Avila University (9/17) and tallied her first career assist versus Southwestern Assemblies of God (9/20). She scored a season high three points versus Southwestern Assemblies of God (9/20) and repeated it versus Tabor College (10/18). Mayfield had her first multi-goal game versus Bethany College (10/8).

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#1ElizabethTapia

Forward 5-0 - Junior Perris, Calif. - San Bernardino Valley College San Bernardino Valley College: Tapia earned two letters in soccer and was named Honorable Mention All-Foothill Conference in 2009. She scored eight goals with four assists and finished tied for third on the team in total points with 20. This put her in the top tier of players in California. The 2009 season was notable because it was SBVC’s first undefeated regular season in Women’s Soccer in team history with a 17-0-4 record. The team was also undefeated and untied at home with a perfect 13-0-0 record. In addition, the sixth ranked SBVC Women’s Soccer team won its second straight Foothill Conference title another first for the team, who in 2008 won its first Conference title ever. As a freshman, during the 2008 season, she played for Mt. San Jacinto College where she led the team in goals with seven. Tapia was selected to play for the Southern California team in the 2009 Sophomore Showcase All-Star game at the soccer state championships at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento. Personal: Daughter of Maria and Javier Luna ... born March 20, 1989 ... human services major.

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Defender 5-10 - Freshman Olathe, Kan. - Olathe South Getting to Know Taylor Favorite Athlete:..................Landon Donovan Favorite TV Show:.............Saved By the Bell Favorite Movie:....................... Finding Nemo

High School: Mays earned two letters in soccer and three letters in volleyball for Olathe South High School. She was voted by her teammates as the Most Improved Player her junior season. During her sophomore season, Mays was junior varsity captain and voted Best JV Defender. Mays played club soccer for the Blue Valley Stars Barcelona and was coached by Nacole Neuendorf. She helped her team to the KCI Tournament finals, the MAG Tournament semifinals and to the Tulsa Thunder Friendship Cup Championship. Mays helped her volleyball team go to state in 2009 and 2007, finishing third in 2007. Personal: Daughter of Ron and Shari Mays ... born September 1, 1991 ... exercise science major.

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Midfielder 5-7 - Junior Fresno, Calif. - Fresno City College Getting to Know Alex Nickname:.....................................Alex Rivas Favorite Athlete:..................... Michelle Akers Favorite TV Show:................. CSI: Las Vegas Favorite Movie:.......................... The Goonies Favorite Book:............. Holes by Luis Sachar Pre-game Superstitions:.........................None

Fresno City College: Rivas lettered two years in soccer and one year in cross country for the Rams. She earned second team all-conference at FCC and helped the Rams to a final ranking of 10th in the nation. High School: At Edison High School, Rivas earned two letters in soccer, three in track and four in cross country. She was a second team all-conference selection for the Tigers. Personal: Daughter of Anna and Gerard Rivas ... born February 13, 1990 ... biology major.

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#18 Theresa Crane Forward 5-4 - Junior Herriman, Utah - Barton County CC

Getting to Know Theresa Nickname:.................................................... T Favorite Athlete:................ Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite TV Show:................ Criminal Minds Favorite Movie:........................The Hangover Favorite Book:......... One from my childhood ........................... called Froggy Gets Dressed Pre-game Superstitions: I always put my right cleat on first.

Barton County Community College: Crane was a two-year letterwinner for the Cougars. In 2009, Crane was a Second Team All-KJCCC selection at forward and a NJCAA All-Region VI Second Team selection. In 2008, she was a Second Team All-KJCCC selection at midfield and a NJCAA All-Region VI Second Team selection. As a sophomore, Crane scored 18 goals and had 24 assists and as a freshman she scored 23 goals and had 17 assists (41 goals, 41 assists). High School: At Riverton High School, Crane earned four letters in soccer for the Silver Wolves. Personal: Daughter of Scott and Donna Crane ... born Marcy 18, 1990 ... elemenatary education.

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Getting to Know Jessica Nickname:............................................. Jessie Favorite Athlete:....................... Lebron James Favorite TV Show:................. Bad Girls Club Favorite Movie:.................................. Enough

High School: Melton lettered in volleyball, track, soccer and dance for the Bulldogs of McCluer South-Berkeley. Personal: Daughter of VeRhonda and Brian Simmons ... born June 25, 1992 ... biology major

RSKaitlynStinson Goalkeeper 5-7 - RedShirt Freshman Davenport, Iowa - North

Getting to Know Kaitlyn Nickname:................................................Kait Favorite Athlete:....................David Beckham Favorite TV Show:................................... CSI Favorite Movie:.....Up and The Butterfly Effect Favorite Books:...Where the Red Fern Grows ...........................................The Scarlet Letter Pre-game Superstitions: I spit on my goalie gloves a lot before and during the game, expecially when they come closer and closer to the goal.

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High School: Stinson was an honorable mention all-state selection and was named first team All-MAC at goalkeeper in 2009. She was named MAC All-Academic in 2009 and in 2007. She was team MVP in 2009. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Jodi Stinson ... born January 2, 1992 ... biology major.


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Marc Gordon

Head Coach 1st Season Record at OU : 0-0-0 Overall Record: 125-72-5 TM

Marc Gordon was named as Women’s Head

Gordon spent 10 years at Bethany College in Lindsborg,

Soccer coach at Ottawa University in August

Kansas, where he had multiple titles and responsibilities

of 2010. Gordon brings nearly two decades of

in addition to leading the men’s soccer team. In 1992, he

coaching and athletic administration experience

initiated the Bethany men’s soccer program, as well as the

to the table.

women’s soccer program one year later. Named as Kansas

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Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Coach of the Year From 2003 to 2010, Gordon served as the head

in 1993 and 1999, Gordon led the Swedes to one league

coach of the Pride Soccer Club based in Colorado

title and seven playoff berths. Additionally, 47 of his play-

Springs, Colorado. There he worked with play-

ers were named All-KCAC, 11 were named All-District,

ers ages 8-18 on numerous soccer skills and prin-

and another seven All-Region.

ciples. As a collegiate player, Gordon was a four year All-KCAC

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Prior to that, Gordon was the athletic director and

forward for St. Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City,

head men’s soccer coach at Oakland, California-

Kansas. He also earned All-District 10 honors for three

based Holy Names University, where he led the

years and was All-Area and All-America Honorable Men-

upstart program to a 13-6 record in 2003. As ath-

tion. Gordon holds a BS in Physical Education and an MS

letic director, Gordon oversaw three budgets, each

in Sports Management/Administration. He holds multiple

exceeding over one million dollars, in addition to

licenses with the United States Soccer Federation and the

monitoring all compliance/eligibility issues for

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Assistant Coach 1st Season Allen Community College, 1998

Coach McGinnis is in his first year as the men’s and women’s assistant soccer coach at OU . He currently holds his national C and D licenses through USSF, advanced national diploma, and goal keeping level 1 and 2 through NSCAA. TM

Prior to coming to Ottawa University he spent four seasons as an assistant coach to both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Allen Community College. Before coaching at ACC Coach McGinnis was assistant coach for Topeka West men’s and women’s soccer teams, which made numerous appearances in the 5A state championships. McGinnis was also a head trainer and coach for Prodigy Soccer Club. He worked with both boys and girls teams - ranging from ages 9-17 and captured many tournament and league titles while with Prodigy.

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Graduate Assistant 1st Season Penn State Abington, 2009

Coach Nemzer is in his first year as a graduate assistant coach with the women’s soccer program at OU . TM

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Sept. 1 - Manahttan, Kan.

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Location...................Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment..................................... NA Nickname............................Crusaders Colors........................... Blue & White Conference......................Independent First Year of Soccer....................... NA

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Head Coach..................................... Eric Ingmir Record at School................................... 28-18-4 Career Record...........................................Same

Head Coach.................................... Greg Walter Record at School................................... 22-49-6 Career Record.............................................. NA Assistant Coaches.........................Bill Collman

2009 Record............................................ 10-5-2 2009 Conference Record.............................. NA Letterwinners Returing/Lost........................ NA Starters Returning/Lost................................ NA Newcomers.................................................. NA

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Sports Information Sports Information Director......Wade Steinlage Email........................ steinlagew@wmpenn.edu Office Phone................................ 641-673-1025 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ............................ www.statesmenathletics.com

Avila University

Doane College

Central Methodist University

Sept. 7 - Ottawa, Kan.

Sept. 11 - Crete, Neb.

Sept. 14 - Fayette, Mo.

Location..................Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment..................................1,800 Nickname.................................Eagles Colors.......................... Purple & Gold Conference.............................. HAAC First Year of Soccer.....................1994

Location........................... Crete, Neb. Enrollment.....................................969 Nickname................................. Tigers Colors....................... Orange & Black Conference............................... GPAC First Year of Soccer.....................1996

Location......................... Fayette, Mo. Enrollment..................................1,200 Nickname.................................Eagles Colors............. Hunter Green & Black Conference.............................. HAAC First Year of Soccer.....................1989

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Head Coach...............................Chris Clements Record at School................................... 15-16-4 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches..........................Marci Gans, ................................................Max Hasselquist

Head Coach................................... Greg Jarosik Record at School....................................... 9-8-1 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches.......... Nicole Loya-Hornung

Head Coach................................Dan Schmidlin Record at School................................... 16-19-1 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches......................... Adam Galla, ........................Robbie Murray, Franso Riviere, ........................ Natalie Rolph, Brandon Ousley

Team Information 2009 Record.............................................. 9-9-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 4-5-1 Letterwinners Returing/Lost........................ NA Starters Returning/Lost.................................4/7 Newcomers....................................................15

Sports Information Sports Information Director............. Bob Luder Email................................ bob.luder@avila.edu Office Phone................................ 816-501-2434 Athletics Dept. Web site.................................................. ....................................http://www.avila.edu/athletics

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Team Information 2009 Record.............................................. 9-8-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 7-4-1 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................12/4 Starters Returning/Lost...............................10/1 Newcomers......................................................8

Sports Information Sports Information Director.....Rick Schmuecker Email................... rick.schmuecker@doane.edu Office Phone................................ 402-826-8248 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... .......................http://www.doane.edu/Athletics/

Team Information 2009 Record............................................ 10-7-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 3-6-0 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................15/1 Starters Returning/Lost...............................10/1 Newcomers......................................................9

Sports Information Sports Information Director....Kelcey Zutavern Email...............kzutaver@centralmethodist.edu Office Phone................................ 660-248-6358 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... .......... http://www.centralmethodist.edu/cmathletics/


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MidAmerica Nazarene University Sept. 21 - Ottawa, Kan. Location......................... Olathe, Kan. Enrollment..................................1,200 Nickname..............................Pioneers Colors...................Blue, White & Red Conference.............................. HAAC First Year of Soccer.....................2001

Coaching Information

Coaching Information

Head Coach...............................Lincoln Roblee Record at School................................. 63-21-11 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coach............................Anne Schafer

Head Coach...................................Rocky Orton Record at School................................... 34-34-6 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coach...........................Staci Eastman

Team Information

Team Information

2009 Record............................................ 13-4-2 2009 Conference Record........................... 5-3-1 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................16/7 Starters Returning/Lost.................................5/6 Newcomers.................................................. NA

2009 Record.............................................. 8-9-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 4-5-0 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................15/1 Starters Returning/Lost...............................11/0 Newcomers......................................................4

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information Director............ Josh Pound Email..........................jpound@benedictine.edu Office Phone................................ 913-360-7634 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ................................... www.ravenathletics.com

Sports Information Director......... Chad Jenkins Email................................cwjenkins@mnu.edu Office Phone................................ 913-971-3457 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... .........................................www.mnusports.com

Rogers State University

Newman University (NCAA II)

Bethel College

Sept. 24 - Ottawa, Kan.

Sept. 27 - Wichita, Kan.

Oct. 2 - Ottawa, Kan.

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Location..................Claremore, Okla. Enrollment..................................4,300 Nickname............................... Hillcats Colors.....................Navy Blue & Red Conference..................................SAC First Year of Soccer.....................2007

Location....................... Wichita, Kan. Enrollment..................................2,500 Nickname......................................Jets Colors............................. Navy & Red Conference....... Heartland (NCAA II) First Year of Soccer.....................1989

Location.............North Newton, Kan. Enrollment.....................................550 Nickname............................Threshers Colors........................Maroon & Gray Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer.....................1996

Coaching Information

Coaching Information

Coaching Information

Head Coach.................................. Derek Larkin Record at School................................... 46-16-0 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches........................Shawn Slater, ................................................. Bryan Weygand

Head Coach................................ Derek Nichols Record at School................................. 33-31-10 Career Record..................................... 38-57-10 Assistant Coach......................... Jennifer Ermey

Head Coach................................... Jason Moore Record at School................................... 10-21-3 Career Record....................................... 18-31-5 Assistant Coaches.................Brennan Peacock, ................................................... Michelle Love

Team Information 2009 Record............................................ 13-7-0 2009 Conference Record........................... 5-5-0 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................17/5 Starters Returning/Lost.................................8/3 Newcomers.................................................. NA

Sports Information Sports Information Director........ Sara Williams Email................................... swilliams@rsu.edu Office Phone................................ 918-343-7989 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ........................................http://rsuhillcats.com/

Team Information 2009 Record.............................................. 8-7-4 2009 Conference Record........................... 6-4-2 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................12/8 Starters Returning/Lost.................................8/3 Newcomers......................................................8

Sports Information Sports Information Director............. Scott Nuss Email............................... nusss@newmanu.edu Office Phone.................... 316-942-4291 x 2435 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ...................................... www.newmanjets.com

Team Information 2009 Record.............................................. 8-9-2 2009 Conference Record........................... 5-3-1 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.........................8/8 Starters Returning/Lost.................................3/8 Newcomers....................................................12

Sports Information Sports Information Director.......Chad Schilling Email.................................chads@bethelks.edu Office Phone................................ 316-284-5263 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ..............................http://athletics.bethelks.edu/

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Oct. 9 - McPherson, Kan.

Coaching Information

Head Coach................................... Steve Moore Record at School................................... 22-29-4 Career Record...........................................Same

Head Coach...................................... Rob Talley Record at School................................... 32-17-8 Career Record..................................... 36-42-11 Assistant Coaches................. Reed Hardgraves, ................ Anthony Baldi, Armando Rodriguez

Team Information

Sports Information Sports Information Director....... Beth Cormack Email........................cormackb@bethanylb.edu Office Phone.................... 785-227-3380 x 8184 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ................................. www.bethanyswedes.com

Sterling College Oct. 13 - Sterling, Kan. Location....................... Sterling, Kan. Enrollment.....................................720 Nickname..............................Warriors Colors.... Blue, Silver & Crimson Red Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer....................... NA

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Location..................McPherson, Kan. Enrollment.....................................600 Nickname............................. Bulldogs Colors............................ Red & White Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer.....................1991

Coaching Information

2009 Record............................................ 6-11-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 1-8-0 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................11/4 Starters Returning/Lost.................................8/3 Newcomers......................................................9

Team Information 2009 Record............................................ 10-5-3 2009 Conference Record........................... 6-1-2 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................10/6 Starters Returning/Lost.................................5/6 Newcomers....................................................11

Sports Information Sports Information Director.......Alan Grosbach Email....................... grosbaca@mcpherson.edu Office Phone................................ 620-242-0431 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ........................... http://www.macbulldogs.com

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Tabor College

Southwestern College

Oct. 16 - Ottawa, Kan.

Oct. 20 - Winfield, Kan.

Location.....................Hillsboro, Kan. Enrollment.....................................618 Nickname..............................Bluejays Colors.............................Blue & Gold Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer....................... NA

Location...................... Winfield, Kan. Enrollment..................................1,850 Nickname................... Moundbuilders Colors........................ Purple & White Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer.....................1997

Coaching Information

Coaching Information

Coaching Information

Head Coach.................................. Justin Morris Record at School................................. 76-116-8 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches.......................Ki Thornberry

Head Coach.............................Grant Brubacher Record at School................................... 11-37-3 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coach............................... Silas Hibbs

Head Coach........................................Joe Wood Record at School................................. 33-37-11 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches.......................Suzie Hinmna

Team Information

Team Information

Team Information

2009 Record............................................ 3-13-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 0-8-1 Starters Returning/Lost.................................5/6 Newcomers......................................................9

2009 Record............................................ 3-11-3 2009 Conference Record........................... 1-6-2 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.........................5/8 Starters Returning/Lost.................................3/8 Newcomers....................................................12

2009 Record.............................................. 7-9-1 2009 Conference Record........................... 4-5-0 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.......................9/11 Starters Returning/Lost.................................7/4 Newcomers......................................................6

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information Director...Anthony Monson Email............................... anthonym@tabor.edu Office Phone.................... 620-947-3121 x 1603 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ....................................www.taborbluejays.com

Sports Information Director........ Jason Jeschke Email....................... jason.jeschke@sckans.edu Office Phone................................ 620-229-6299 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ...........................http://www.buildersports.com

Sports Information Sports Information Director...........Hans Nickel Email............................... hnickel@sterling.edu Office Phone................................ 620-278-4645 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ...................... http://www.sterling.edu/athletics

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Whitney Bowen

Kansas Wesleyan University Oct. 27 - Ottawa, Kan. Location..........................Salina, Kan. Enrollment.....................................852 Nickname.............................. Coyotes Colors.......................... Purple & Gold Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer.....................1996

Coaching Information

Coaching Information

Head Coach............................... Derek Mazeitis Record at School................................... 31-51-9 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches........................Justin Seever, ........................................................ Dylan Gaul

Head Coach.................................. Mike Dibbini Record at School................................... 80-20-8 Career Record...........................................Same Assistant Coaches.............DeeDee Sanguinetti, ................................................. BT Timmerman

Team Information

Team Information

2009 Record.............................................. 6-9-2 2009 Conference Record........................... 3-5-1 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.........................8/5 Starters Returning/Lost................................ NA Newcomers......................................................9

2009 Record............................................ 12-6-2 2009 Conference Record........................... 7-1-1 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.....................15/10 Starters Returning/Lost.................................7/4 Newcomers....................................................13

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information Director...... Michael Basler Email................................baslerm@stmary.edu Office Phone................................ 913-758-4339 Athletics Dept. Web site...... www.gospires.com

Sports Information Director.......... David Toelle Email................................ sportsinfo@kwu.edu Office Phone.................... 785-827-5541 x 3146 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... ...................................... www.kwucoyotes.com

Friends University Oct. 30 - Wichita, Kan. Location....................... Wichita, Kan. Enrollment..................................3,100 Nickname............................... Falcons Colors...........................Scarlet & Red Conference.............................. KCAC First Year of Soccer....................... NA

Coaching Information Head Coach...................... Victor Garcia-Bebek Record at School....................................... 8-7-4 Career Record...........................................Same

Team Information 2009 Record.............................................. 8-7-4 2009 Conference Record........................... 3-2-4 Letterwinners Returing/Lost.........................9/9

Sports Information Sports Information Director...... Scott Robinson Email..............sports_information@friends.edu Office Phone.................... 316-295-5000 x 5116 Athletics Dept. Web site..................................... .................................www.friendsathletics.com

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Bethel College (9-5-0)

Friends University (12-7-0)

9/12/96.................................................... L, 0-4 10/4/97.................................................... L, 2-4 9/25/98.................................................... L, 0-6 10/15/99.................................................. L, 2-4 10/25/00................................................. W, NA 9/18/01.................................................... L, 1-2 9/3/04..................................................... W, 4-1 9/8/05..................................................... W, 4-1 9/8/06...................................................... L, 0-3 9/10/07.................................................... L, 0-1 9/17/08................................................... W, 3-0 9/9/09............................................. W, 2-1 2OT

10/9/96.................................................... L, 0-4 11/5/96.................................................... L, 1-4 10/21/97.................................................. L, 0-4 9/12/98.................................................... L, 0-6 9/18/99.................................................... L, 0-1 10/10/00................................................. W, NA 10/27/01................................................. W, 3-0 9/12/03................................................... W, 3-0 10/28/03................................................. W, 2-1 9/23/04................................................... W, 4-0 9/29/05................................................... W, 8-0 10/20/07................................................. W, 2-0 10/25/08................................................. W, 4-0 10/24/09................................................. W, 2-0

Baker University (0-3-0)

Central Christian College (1-0-0)

9/27/04.................................................... L, 0-2 9/14/05.................................................... L, 0-1 9/13/06.................................................... L, 0-3

9/9/08..................................................... W, 5-0

10/26/96................................................ L, 0-12 10/14/97.................................................. L, 0-5 11/1/97.................................................... L, 1-4 9/16/98.................................................... L, 0-7 9/21/99.................................................... L, 0-2 10/7/00.................................................... L, NA 10/9/01............................................. W, 2-1 OT 9/22/03................................................... W, 3-2 11/1/03................................................... W, 3-1 10/16/04................................................. W, 3-1 11/3/04................................................... W, 4-1 10/15/05................................................. W, 2-1 10/28/05.................................................. L, 1-2 10/10/06................................................. W, 1-0 10/24/06.................................................. L, 0-2 10/6/07................................................... W, 2-0 10/23/07................................................. W, 1-0 10/11/08................................................. W, 1-0 10/10/09................................................. W, 2-0 11/10/09................................................. W, 3-0

Avila University (5-7-0)

Bellevue University (1-4-0) 11/5/05.................................................... L, 1-2 10/22/06.................................................. L, 0-1 10/31/07.................................................. L, 1-4 9/14/08................................................... W, 1-0 9/15/09.................................................... L, 0-2

Benedictine College (1-2-0) 9/28/98.................................................... L, 0-5 9/11/04................................................... W, 3-1 9/19/09.................................................... L, 2-4

Bethany College (7-8-0) 10/5/96.................................................... L, 0-7 11/2/96.................................................... L, 2-3 10/24/97.................................................. L, 1-6 9/19/98.................................................... L, 0-1 10/31/98.................................................. L, 1-2 9/15/99.................................................... L, 1-2 10/12/99.................................................. L, 0-3 9/30/00.................................................... L, NA 10/20/01................................................. W, 3-2 10/20/03................................................. W, 3-2 10/6/04................................................... W, 5-0 9/25/06................................................... W, 2-1 9/22/07................................................... W, 3-0 10/8/08................................................... W, 5-0 10/7/09................................................. W, 10-0

Central Methodist University (2-2-0) 9/30/99.................................................... L, 1-2 9/9/00..................................................... W, NA 9/5/01...................................................... L, 3-4 9/8/04..................................................... W, 4-0

College of Saint Mary (0-2-0)

10/24/97................................................. W, 3-0 9/23/00................................................... W, NA 9/20/01.................................................... L, 0-1

9/20/05.................................................... L, 1-3 9/20/06.................................................... L, 0-7

Hannibal LaGrange College (1-0-0)

Concordia University (1-3-0)

Iowa Wesleyan College (1-0-0)

10/13/01.................................................. L, 1-5 9/2/05..................................................... W, 3-2 9/2/06...................................................... L, 0-2 9/7/07...................................................... L, 0-2

9/1/03..................................................... W, 3-2

Culver-Stockton College (2-0-0) 10/23/04................................................. W, 3-1 10/10/05................................................. W, 2-1

Dana College (1-2-0) 9/11/01.................................................... L, 1-7 10/6/04................................................... W, 2-1 9/2/07...................................................... L, 0-2

Doane College (1-2-0) 10/17/98................................................. W, 2-0 9/28/99.................................................. L, 1-10 9/6/08...................................................... L, 0-1

Emporia State University (0-1-0) 9/3/01...................................................... L, 2-3

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10/2/01................................................... W, 2-1

Judson University (0-1-0) 10/21/99.................................................. L, 0-4

Kansas Wesleyan University (9-6-1) 10/2/96................................................... W, 4-0 10/30/96................................................. W, 3-1 9/18.97................................................... W, 1-0 9/30/98................................................... W, 3-2 10/5/99.................................................... L, 0-1 9/13/00.................................................... L, NA 10/30/01................................................. W, 2-0 9/27/03............................................ T, 0-0 2OT 10/21/04................................................. W, 1-0 10/24/05................................................. W, 3-1 10/18/06.................................................. L, 0-3 10/10/07.................................................. L, 0-4 10/22/08.................................................. L, 1-2 11/15/08.................................................. L, 0-1 10/21/09................................................. W, 3-0 11/14/09................................................. W, 3-2


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McPherson College (13-3-0) 9/18/96................................................... W, 3-1 10/19/96................................................. W, 2-0 9/20/97................................................... W, 2-0 9/22/98................................................... W, 2-1 10/24/98................................................. W, 5-0 10/8/99................................................... W, 6-0 10/18/00................................................. W, NA 10/7/03................................................... W, 7-0 10/2/04................................................... W, 1-0 10/4/05................................................... W, 4-1 10/5/06.................................................... L, 0-1 9/29/07.................................................... L, 0-2 10/26/07.................................................. L, 2-5 10/4/08................................................... W, 3-0 11/14/08................................................. W, 2-0 10/3/09................................................... W, 3-1

Manhattan Christian College (3-0-0) 10/4/03................................................. W, 10-0 10/9/04................................................... W, 6-0 9/1/09..................................................... W, 2-0

Mid America Nazarene University (1-0-0) 9/22/09................................................... W, 3-2

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Park University (0-3-0) 11/5/03.............................................. L, 3-4 OT 11/9/04.................................................... L, 1-3 10/7/06.................................................... L, 0-7

Presentation College (2-0-0) 9/9/03..................................................... W, 1-0 10/10/04................................................. W, 5-0

Rogers State University (1-0-0) 9/27/09................................................... W, 4-0

Saint Ambrose University (0-1-0) 9/4/09...................................................... L, 1-2

9/28/96................................................... W, 5-3 10/23/96................................................. W, 3-1 10/11/97................................................. W, 2-0 10/22/98................................................. W, 4-0 9/25/99.................................................... L, 3-5 10/4/00.................................................... L, NA 10/16/01................................................. W, 1-0 11/2/01.............................................. L, 1-2 OT 10/24/03................................................. W, 4-0 10/14/04................................................. W, 4-0 10/12/05................................................. W, 4-0 10/14/06......................................... W, 1-0 2OT 10/13/07................................................. W, 6-1 10/18/08................................................. W, 6-0 10/17/09................................................. W, 4-0

Southern Nazarene Unviersity (0-1-1) 9/29/08............................................ T, 1-1 2OT 9/25/09.................................................... L, 1-3

10/17/97.......................................... T, 1-1 2OT 10/1/98................................................... W, 2-1 10/18/99.................................................. L, 0-8 9/2/01.................................................... L, 1-10

SouthwesternAssemblies of God Uni. (1-0-0)

Missouri Valley College (1-3-0)

9/20/08................................................... W, 8-0

9/16/00.................................................... L, NA 9/15/01.................................................... L, 0-5 10/16/06.................................................. L, 0-1 9/22/07................................................... W, 3-1

Southwestern College (12-2-1)

9/6/03..................................................... W, 5-0

Mount St. Clare College (1-0-0) 9/3/03..................................................... W, 5-0

Northwestern Oklahoma St. Uni. (0-1-0) 9/17/03.................................................... L, 0-6

Northwood University (1-1-0) 10/15/00.................................................. L, NA 9/21/08................................................... W, 3-1

9/15/96.................................................... L, 0-2 10/12/96.................................................. L, 2-4 9/23/97.................................................... L, 2-3 10/7/97................................................... W, 4-3 10/27/98................................................. W, 3-0 9/11/99................................................... W, 2-0 10/22/99................................................. W, 4-2 9/6/00..................................................... W, NA 9/26/00................................................... W, NA 10/6/01................................................... W, 3-1 10/18/03................................................. W, 3-0 9/18/04................................................... W, 4-0 10/29/04................................................. W, 6-0 9/27/05................................................... W, 2-0 10/2/06.................................................... L, 2-4 10/2/07............................................. W, 3-2 OT 10/15/08................................................. W, 4-2 10/14/09................................................. W, 7-0

9/6/09..................................................... W, 1-0

9/3/07...................................................... L, 1-3

Mount Mary College (1-0-0)

Sterling College (14-4-0)

Tabor College (12-3-0)

Southwest Baptist University (1-2-1)

9/22/01.................................................... L, 0-5 9/22/05.................................................... L, 0-1

9/14/03................................................. W, 12-0

Sienna Heights University (1-0-0)

Midland Lutheran College (0-1-0) Missouri Baptist University (0-2-0)

Stephens College (1-0-0)

9/16/97................................................... W, 8-1 10/2/97................................................... W, 7-0 9/8/98..................................................... W, 4-1 10/6/98.................................................... L, 1-2 10/25/99................................................. W, 3-0 9/2/00..................................................... W, NA 10/28/00................................................. W, NA 9/25/01................................................... W, 5-1 10/15/03................................................. W, 6-2 9/15/04................................................... W, 4-0 10/22/05................................................. W, 3-1 10/21/06................................................. W, 1-0 10/17/07...................................................T, 0-0 10/29/08.................................................. L, 0-1 10/28/09................................................. W, 6-0

Trinity Christian College (0-1-0) 11/21/09.................................................. L, 0-1

University of Saint Mary (6-4-0) 9/7/98...................................................... L, 1-5 9/9/99...................................................... L, 1-3 10/21/00................................................. W, NA 10/23/01.................................................. L, 1-2 10/1/03................................................... W, 3-0 9/25/04................................................. W, 10-0 10/1/05................................................... W, 2-1 10/4/07.................................................... L, 0-1 11/1/08................................................... W, 4-0 10/31/09................................................. W, 3-0

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William Jewell College (1-6-0) 10/16/96............................................ L, 2-3 OT 9/13/97................................................... W, 2-1 10/8/98.................................................... L, 0-4 9/6/99...................................................... L, 1-2 9/8/01.....................................................L, 1-11 9/6/05...................................................... L, 0-4 9/5/06...................................................... L, 0-5

York College (0-0-1) 9/8/07.............................................. T, 0-0 2OT

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All-Time Records Versus Opponents Avila University (Mo.).....................................................................5-7-0 Baker University (Kan.).....................................................................0-3-0 Bellevue University (Neb.)................................................................1-4-0 Benedictine College (Kan.)..............................................................1-2-0 Bethany College (Kan.)....................................................................7-8-0 Bethel College (Kan.).......................................................................9-5-0 Central Christian College (Kan.).......................................................1-0-0 Central Methodist University (Mo.)...............................................2-2-0 College of St. Mary (Neb.)................................................................0-2-0 Concordia University (Neb.)..............................................................1-3-0 Culver Stockton College (Mo.)..........................................................2-0-0 Dana College (Neb.)..........................................................................1-2-0 Doane College (Neb.).......................................................................1-2-0 Emporia State University (Kan.)........................................................0-1-0 Friends University (Kan.)..............................................................12-7-0 Graceland University (Iowa)..............................................................2-1-0 Hannibal LaGrange College (Mo.)....................................................1-0-0 Iowa Wesleyan University.................................................................1-0-0 Judson University (Ill.)......................................................................0-1-0 Kansas Wesleyan University...........................................................9-6-1 McKendree University (Ill.)...............................................................0-1-0 McPherson College (Kan.)............................................................13-3-0 Manhattan Christian College (Kan.).............................................3-0-0 Mid America Nazarene University (Kan.).....................................1-0-0 Midland Lutheran College (Neb.)......................................................0-1-0 Missouri Baptist University ..............................................................0-2-0 Missouri Valley College.....................................................................1-3-0 Mount Mary College (Wis.)...............................................................1-0-0 Mount St. Clare (Iowa)......................................................................1-0-0 Newman University (Kan.)..............................................................0-0-0 Northwestern Oklahoma State University.........................................0-1-0 Northwood University (Texas)..........................................................1-1-0 Oklahoma Wesleyan University.........................................................3-1-0 Park University (Mo.)........................................................................0-3-0 Presentation College (S.D.)................................................................2-0-0 Rogers State University (Okla.)......................................................1-0-0 Saint Ambrose University (Iowa)......................................................0-1-0 Siena Heights University (Mich.)......................................................1-0-0 Southern Nazarene University (Okla.)...............................................0-1-1 Southwest Baptist University (Mo.)..................................................1-2-1 Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas).........................................1-0-0 Southwestern College (Kan.).........................................................12-2-1 Stephens College (Mo.).....................................................................1-0-0 Sterling College (Kan.)..................................................................14-4-0 Tabor College (Kan.)......................................................................12-3-0 Trinity Christian College...................................................................0-1-0 University of Saint Mary (Kan.).....................................................6-4-0 Washburn University (Kan.)..............................................................0-1-0 William Jewell College (Mo.)............................................................1-6-0 William Penn University (Iowa)........................................................0-0-0 York College (Neb.)...........................................................................0-0-1 Total Games.........................................................................................233 *All 2010 Opponents are in BOLD

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8-6-1 Opponent W-L Score William Jewell W 2-1 Southwestern W 8-1 Kansas Wesleyan W 1-0 McPherson W 2-0 Sterling L 2-3 Southwestern W 7-0 Avila L 2-4 Sterling W 4-3 Tabor W 2-0 Friends L 0-5 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) T 1-1 2 OT Bethel L 0-4 Graceland W 3-0 Bethany L 1-6 Friends L 1-4

1999 Date S6 S9 S11 S15 S18 S21 S25 S28 S30 O5 O8 O12 O15 O18 O21 O22 O25

4-13-0 Opponent W-L Score William Jewell L 1-2 Uni. of St. Mary L 1-3 Sterling W 2-0 Bethany L 1-2 Bethel L 0-1 Friends L 0-2 Tabor L 3-5 Doane (Neb.) L 1-10 Central Methodist L 1-2 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-1 McPherson W 6-0 Bethany L 0-3 Avila L 2-4 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) L 0-8 Judson Uni. (Ill.) L 0-4 Sterling W 4-2 Southwestern W 3-0

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Christie Singleton (1997-00) Head Coach: Tony Carbaugh Record: 12-23-0

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Kelly Grgas-Wheeler (1996-98)

8-10-0 Date Opponent W-L Score S7 Uni. of St. Mary L 1-5 S8 Southwestern W 4-1 S12 Bethel L 0-6 S16 Friends L 0-7 S19 Bethany L 0-1 S22 McPherson W 2-1 S25 Avila L 0-6 S28 Benedictine L 0-5 S30 Kansas Wesleyan W 3-2 O1 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) W 2-1 O6 Southwestern L 1-2 O8 William Jewell L 0-2 O10 Oklahoma Wesleyan L 0-4 O17 Doane (Neb.) W 2-0 O22 Tabor W 4-0 O24 McPherson W 5-0 O27 Sterling W 3-0 O31 Bethany L 1-2

Date S2 S6 S9 S13 S16 S20 S23 S26 S30 O4 O7 O10 O15 O18 O21 O25 O28

9-7-0 Opponent Southwestern Sterling Central Methodist Kansas Wesleyan Missouri Valley William Jewell Graceland Sterling Bethany Tabor Friends Bethel Northwood (Texas) McPherson Uni. of St. Mary Avila Southwestern

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2001 8-12-0 KCAC Regular Season Champions Date Opponent W-L Score S2 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) L 1-10 S3 Emporia State L 2-3 S5 Central Methodist L 3-4 S8 William Jewell L 1-11 S11 Dana (Neb.) L 1-7 S15 Missouri Valley L 0-5 S18 Avila L 1-2 S20 Graceland (Iowa) L 0-1 S22 Missouri Baptist L 0-5 S25 Southwestern W 5-1 O2 Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) W 2-1 O6 Sterling W 3-1 O9 Friends W 2-1 OT O13 Concordia (Neb.) L 1-5 O16 Tabor W 1-0 O20 Bethany W 3-2 O23 Uni. of St. Mary L 1-2 O27 Bethel W 3-0 O30 Kansas Wesleyan W 2-0 *N2 Tabor L 1-2 OT *KCAC Tournament

Erica DeSantiago (2004-05)

Head Coach: Chip Wiggins Record: 44-16-3

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2003 16-3-2 KCAC Regular Season Champions KCAC Tournament Champions Region IV Participant Date Opponent W-L Score S1 Iowa Wesleyan W 3-2 S3 Mount St. Clare (Iowa) W 5-0 S5 Washburn (Kan.) L 1-5 S6 Mount Mary (Wis.) W 5-0 S9 Presentation (S.D.) W 1-0 S12 Bethel W 3-0 S14 Stephens (Mo.) W 12-0 S15 Oklahoma Wesleyan W 3-2 S17 Northwestern Okla. L 0-6 S22 Friends W 3-2 S27 Kansas Wesleyan T 0-0 2 OT O1 Uni. of St. Mary W 3-0 O4 Manhattan Christian W 10-0 O7 McPherson W 7-0 O15 Southwestern W 6-2 O18 Sterling W 3-0 O20 Bethany W 3-2 O24 Tabor W 4-0 *O28 Bethel W 2-1 *N1 Friends W 3-1 ^N5 Park L 3-4 OT *KCAC Tournament ^Region IV Tournament

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2005 14-4-0 KCAC Regular Season Champions Region IV Participant Date Opponent W-L Score S2 Concordia (Neb.) W 3-2 S6 William Jewell L 0-4 S8 Avila W 4-1 S14 Baker L 0-1 S20 Coll. of St. Mary (Neb.) L 1-3 S22 Missouri Baptist L 0-1 S27 Sterling W 2-0 S29 Bethel W 8-0 O1 Uni. of St. Mary W 2-1 O4 McPherson W 4-1 O8 Bethany W 6-1 O10 Culver Stockton W 2-1 O12 Tabor W 4-0 O15 Friends W 2-1 O22 Southwestern W 3-1 O24 Kansas Wesleyan W 3-1 *O28 Friends L 1-2# ^N5 Bellevue (Neb.) L 1-2 *KCAC Tournament ^Region IV Tournament #Lost 2-0 on Penalty Kicks

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18-2-0 KCAC Regular Season Champions KCAC Tournament Champions Region IV Semifinalist Date Opponent W-L Score S3 Avila W 4-1 S8 Central Methodist W 4-0 S11 Benedictine W 3-1 S15 Southwestern W 4-0 S18 Sterling W 4-0 S23 Bethel W 4-0 S25 Uni. of St. Mary W 10-0 S27 Baker L 0-2 O2 McPherson W 1-0 O6 Bethany W 5-0 O9 Manhattan Christian W 6-0 O10 Presentation (S.D.) W 5-0 O14 Tabor W 4-0 O16 Friends W 3-1 O21 Kansas Wesleyan W 1-0 O23 Culver Stockton W 3-1 *O29 Sterling W 6-0 *N3 Friends W 4-1 ^N6 Dana (Neb.) W 2-1 ^N9 Park (Mo.) L 1-3 *KCAC Tournament ^Region IV Tournament

5-13-0 Date Opponent W-L Score S2 Concordia (Neb.) L 0-2 S5 William Jewell L 0-5 S8 Avila L 0-3 S13 Baker L 1-4 S16 Missouri Valley L 0-1 S20 Coll. of St. Mary (Neb.) L 0-7 S25 Bethany W 2-1 S27 Uni. of St. Mary L 1-4 S30 Bethel W 3-2 O2 Sterling L 2-4 O5 McPherson L 0-1 O7 Park (Mo.) L 0-7 O10 Friends W 1-0 O14 Tabor W 1-0 2 OT O18 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-3 O21 Southwestern W 1-0 O22 Bellevue L 0-1 *O24 Friends L 0-2 *KCAC Tournament


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2007 8-10-2 Region IV Participant Date Opponent W-L Score S2 Dana (Neb.) L 0-2 S3 Midland Lutheran (Neb.) L 1-3 S7 Concordia (Neb.) L 0-2 S8 York (Neb.) T 0-0 2 OT S10 Avila L 0-1 S12 Oklahoma Wesleyan W 5-0 S15 McKendree (Ill.) L 0-3 S22 Missouri Valley W 3-1 S26 Bethany W 3-0 S29 McPherson L 0-2 O2 Sterling W 3-2 OT O4 Uni. of St. Mary L 0-1 O6 Friends W 2-0 O10 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-4 O13 Tabor W 6-1 O17 Southwestern T 1-1# O20 Bethel W 2-0 *O23 Friends W 1-0 *O26 McPherson L 2-5 ^O31 Bellevue L 1-4 *KCAC Tournament ^Region IV Tournament #Didn’t play overtime period due to weather.

2009 16-5-0 KCAC Champions KCAC Tournament Champions NAIA National Tournament Date Opponent W-L Score S1 Manhattan Chri. W 2-0 S4 St. Ambrose L 1-2 S6 #19 Siena Heights W 1-0 S9 Avila W 2-1 2OT S15 Bellevue L 0-2 S19 #9 Benedictine L 2-4 S22 MidAmerica Naz. W 3-2 S25 Southern Naz. L 1-3 S27 Rogers State W 4-0 O3 McPherson W 3-1 O7 Bethany W 10-0 O10 Friends W 2-0 O14 Sterling W 7-0 O17 Tabor W 4-0 O21 Kansas Wesleyan W 3-0 O24 Bethel W 2-0 O28 Southwestern W 7-0 O31 Uni. of St. Mary W 3-0 *N10 Friends W 3-0 *N14 Kansas Wesleyan W 3-2 ^N21 Trinity Chrisitan L 0-1 *KCAC Tournament ^NAIA National Tournament

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2008 14-5-1 KCAC Tournament Finalist Date Opponent W-L Score S6 Doane College L 0-1 S9 Central Christian W 5-0 S14 Bellevue (Neb.) W 1-0 S17 Avila W 3-0 S20 SW Assemblies of God W 8-0 S21 Northwood (Texas) W 3-1 S24 Benedictine L 1-2 S27 Okla. Wesleyan W 4-0 S29 Southern Nazarene T 1-1, 2OT O4 McPherson W 3-0 O8 Bethany W 5-0 O11 Friends W 1-0 O15 Sterling W 4-2 O18 Tabor W 6-0 O22 Kansas Wesleyan L 1-2 O25 Bethel W 4-0 O29 Southwestern L 0-1 N1 University of Sain Mary W 4-0 *N14 McPherson W 2-0 *N15 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-1 *KCAC Tournament

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This is the Lady Braves fourth season of playing at Peoples Bank Field. Overall, the Lady Braves have a 20-6-2 record with a 11-2-1 KCAC record on the field. During the 2008 season Peoples Bank Field hosted the 2008 Men’s and Women’s KCAC Soccer Championships. Peoples Bank Field features Fieldturf®, a registered trademark of Fieldturf Tarkett. It has been installed on more than 1,800 fields world-wide, several in continuous use for almost a decade. The turf has received wide acclaim for its forgiving nature, durability and grass-like performance. Fieldturf® users have also documented a reduction of sports injuries in comparison to the carpet-like artificial turf of the past. The field features an eight lane track that is named the Bill “Bo” Boucek Track.

Record vs. This Season’s Opponents at Peoples Bank Field Opponent Record Manhattan Christian College 1-0-0 William Penn University 0-0-0 Avila University 1-0-0 Doane College 0-1-0 Central Methodist University 0-0-0 Benedictine College 0-1-0 MidAmerica Nazarene University 0-0-0 Rogers State University 0-0-0 Newman University 0-0-0 Bethel College 1-0-0 Bethany College 1-0-0 McPherson College 2-1-0 Sterling College 2-0-0 Tabor College 2-0-0 Southwestern College 1-0-1 University of Saint Mary 1-0-0 Kansas Wesleyan University 0-2-0 Friends University 4-0-0

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Single Game 9, Whitney Bowen vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Sept. 12, 2007 3 by Ashley Grimes, Sterling College, Oct. 12, 2007 18 (2x) last vs. Southwestern College, Oct. 28, 2009 9 by McKendree University, Sept. 15, 2007 Single Game 4, Whitney Bowen vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Sept. 12, 2007 1, (16x) last by Alyssa Lee, Trinity Christian College, Nov. 21, 2009 7, vs. Sterling College, Oct 14, 2009 4 by Benedictine College, Sept. 19, 2009 Single Game 2 (4x) last by Raechelle Sloan, Southwestern College, Oct. 28, 2009 1 (5x) last by Kayla Summers, Southwestern College, Oct. 17, 2007 6 vs. Southwestern College, Oct. 28, 2009 3 by McKendree University, Sept. 15, 2007 Single Game 17, Stephanie Henderson vs. McKendree University, Sept. 15, 2007 18, by Leah Stringer, Central Christian College, Sept. 9, 2008 17 (2x) last vs. Missouri Valley College (Henderson/Fisher) Sept. 22, 2007 18, Central Christian College, Sept. 9, 2008

Year-By-Year Record at Peoples Bank Field Year 2009 2008 2007 Overall

Overall 7-2-0 8-2-1 5-2-1 20-6-2

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Overall: 16-5-0 - Conference: 9-0-0 - Home: 6-2-0 - Away: 8-3-0 - Neutral: 2-0-0 Date Opponent 9/1 (H)Manhattan Christian College 9/4 (A)Saint Ambrose University 9/6 (N)Siena Heights University 9/9 (A)Avila University 9/14 (A)Bellevue University 9/19 (H)Benedictine College 9/22 (A)Mid America Nazarene University 9/25 (A)Southern Nazarene University 9/27 (A)Rogers State University *10/3 (H)McPherson College *10/7 (A)Bethany College *10/10 (H)Friends University *10/14 (H)Sterling College *10/17 (A)Tabor College *10/21 (A)Kansas Wesleyan University *10/24 (A)Bethel College *10/28 (H)Southwestern College *10/31 (A)University of Saint Mary ^11/10 (H)Friends University ^11/14 (N)Kansas Wesleyan University !11/21 (H)Trinity Chrisitan College *Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Games ^Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament Games !NAIA National Tournament Game Individual Statistics

Score W, 2-0 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 2OT L, 0-2 L, 2-4 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 W, 4-0 W, 3-1 W, 10-0 W, 2-0 W, 7-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 6-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-1

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## Name GP-GS G A Pts G/SH SH SOG SOG/SH YC RC GW PK-A 0 Nichole Bishop 6-6 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0-0 00 Lauren Peil 17-16 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0-0 1 Christie Johnson 21-21 0 1 1 .000 8 2 .250 0 0 0 0-0 2 Kelsey Hanna 11-7 3 2 8 .111 27 9 .333 0 0 1 0-0 3 Whitney Bowen 21-14 12 8 32 .162 74 34 .459 0 0 5 0-0 4 Carley Bonnett 17-0 0 0 0 .000 4 2 .500 0 0 0 0-0 5 Amanda Just 21-17 7 5 19 .117 60 31 .517 0 0 1 1-1 6 Amber Webb 21-18 1 2 4 .026 39 14 .359 0 0 0 0-0 7 Stephanie Segura 21-17 3 2 8 .136 22 7 .318 0 0 0 0-0 9 Raechelle Sloan 21-19 1 6 8 .050 20 7 .350 1 0 0 0-0 11 Lizzie Wilkens 21-21 2 0 4 0.61 33 12 .364 0 0 1 0-0 12 Amanda Talbott 21-2 1 0 2 .043 23 10 .435 0 0 0 0-0 13 Samantha Mayfield 21-5 8 6 19 .200 40 19 .475 0 0 2 0-0 15 Casie Kultgen 8-7 0 0 0 .000 3 2 .667 1 0 0 0-0 16 Tara Wood 15-10 1 0 2 .200 5 1 .200 0 0 0 0-0 17 Kelsey Meyer 20-8 0 6 6 .000 16 4 .250 0 0 0 0-0 19 Tiffany Gardenhire 14-0 2 1 5 .500 4 2 .500 0 0 0 0-0 20 Kasey Craven 17-0 0 0 0 .000 5 0 .000 0 0 0 0-0 21 Sheridan Horner 21-8 5 6 16 .200 25 9 .360 3 0 1 0-0 22 Joanne Glynn 21-16 13 7 33 .188 69 34 .493 0 0 3 0-0 23 Kayla Huitt 16-11 0 1 1 .000 5 1 .200 0 0 0 0-0 24 Nicole Radcliffe 20-0 3 3 9 .200 15 9 .600 0 0 0 0-0 25 Kourtney Clark 16-5 0 0 0 .000 8 2 .250 0 0 0 0-0 33 Kristi French 21-5 0 1 1 .000 14 5 .357 0 0 0 0-0 Totals 21 62 54 178 .119 521 217 .417 8 0 14 1-1 Opponents 21 18 12 48 .116 155 76 .490 7 0 5 0-0 ## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 0 Nichole Bishop 6-6 444:44 6 1.21 14 .700 4 2 0 3 Saves 1st 2nd OT1 OT2 Total 00 Lauren Peil 17-16 1460:00 12 0.74 48 .800 12 3 0 9 OU 37 24 0 0 61 TM 2 Opponents 105 50 0 0 155 Total 21 1904:44 18 0.851 56 .780 16 5 0 12 Opponents 21 1904:44 59 2.92 155 .724 5 16 0 1

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Sept. 1 - Ottawa, Kan.

Period Ottawa Manhattan Christian

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Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Amanda Just, (Bowen), 28:46 2. OU, Amber Webb, 53:25 Shots: OU 45, MCC 1 Shots on Goal: OU 11, MCC 0 Saves: OU 0 (Peil 0), MCC 9 (Regouby 9)

OU 2 vs. Avila 1 2OT 1 0 1

Period Ottawa Saint Ambrose

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2 1 1

Period Ottawa Bellevue

1 0 2

2 0 0

Shots: OU 26, AU 7 Shots on Goal: OU 16, AU 5 Saves: OU 4 (Bishop 4), AU 11 (Rudder 11)

Shots: OU 7, BU 11 Shots on Goal: OU 1, BU 6 Saves: OU 4 (Peil 4), BU 1 (Boone 1)

OU 3 vs. Mid America Naz. 2 Sept. 22 - Olathe, Kan.

F 3 2

Scoring Summary: 1. MNU, Rebecca McAndrew, 33:46 2. OU, Amanda Just, (Meyer), 50:22 3. MNU, Rebecca McAndrew (Lamar), 52:24 4. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Bowen), 72:12 5. OU, Whitney Bowen, 81:47 Shots: OU 18, MNU 10 Shots on Goal: OU 11, MNU 4 Saves: OU 2 (Peil 2), MNU 8 (Skillman 8)

Period Ottawa Siena Heights

1 1 0

2 0 0

F 0 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Raechelle Sloan, (Segura), 23:45 Shots: OU 19, SHU 10 Shots on Goal: OU 1, SHU 0 Saves: OU 3 (Peil 3), SHU 0 (Mancini 0)

Shots: OU 15, SAU 15 Shots on Goal: OU 10, SAU 9 Saves: OU 7 (Bishop 7), SAU 9 (Gunawan 4, Miney 5)

Scoring Summary: 1. BU, Jenna Pendley, 7:18 2. BU, Paige Wischmann (Pendley, Yancone), 21:27

2 3 1

F 1 2

#9 Benedictine 4 vs. OU 2

Sept. 14 - Omaha, Neb.

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Sept. 6 - Davenport, Iowa

Scoring Summary: 1. SAU, Kari Lyphout, 2:00 2. OU, Amanda Just, 56:00 3. SAU, Ashley Dexter, (Dresen), 61:00

Scoring Summary: 1. AU, Alex Jung, (Luster), 23:07 2. OU, Jo-anne Glynn (Bowen), 87:05 3. OU, Jo-anne Glynn (Hanna), 104:44

Period Ottawa Mid American Nazarene

OU 1 vs. #18 Siena Heights 0

Sept. 4 - Davenport, Iowa

Bellevue 2 vs. OU 0

Sept. 9 - Kansas City, Mo.

Period Ottawa Avila

St. Ambrose 2 vs. OU 1

Sept. 19 - Ottawa

F 0 2

Period Ottawa Benedictine

1 0 3

2 2 1

F 2 4

Scoring Summary: 1. BC, Whitney Danze, 7:02 2. BC, Kelsey Schieber, (Danze), 8:13 3. BC, Teal Swanson, 19:40 4. BC, Whitney Danz, (Parker), 52:39 5. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Just), 58:02 6. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Radcliffe), 69:38 Shots: OU 24, BC 14 Shots on Goal: OU 7, BC 8 Saves: OU 4 (Bishop 0, Peil 4), BC 4 (Gregory 4)

Southern Nazarene 3 vs. OU 1 Sept. 25 - Bethany, Okla.

Period Ottawa Southern Nazarene

1 1 0

2 0 3

F 1 3

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Amanda Just (PK), 28:00 2. SNU, Jackie Acevedo, (Beatriz), 46:47 3. SNU, Jackie Acevedo, (Beatriz), 57:24 4. SNU, De Cas Bruna, (Acevedo), 59:27 Shots: OU 10, SNU 13 Shots on Goal: OU 5, SNU 7 Saves: OU 4 (Peil 4), SNU 5 (Brown 5)

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Sept. 27 - Claremore, Okla.

Period Ottawa Rogers State

1 2 0

2 2 0

Period Ottawa McPherson

1 1 0

2 2 1

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Kelsey Hanna, (Sloan), 21:37 2. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Segura), 40:37 3. OU, Sheridan Horner, (Hanna), 53:52 4. OU, Stephanie Segura, (Mayfield), 88:10

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Huitt), 28:34 2. MC, Alexys Hendrickson, 72:32 3. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Sloan), 81:41 4. OU, Lizzie Wilkens, (Just), 89:23

Shots: OU 21, RSU 15 Shots on Goal: OU 11, RSU 9 Saves: OU 8 (Peil 8), RSU 7 (Lynn 7)

Shots: OU 25, MC 10 Shots on Goal: OU 12, MC 6 Saves: OU 5 (Peil 5), MC 9 (Swanson 9)

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1 4 0

2 6 0

F 10 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Lizzie Wilkens, (Just, Bowen), 7:30 2. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Sloan), 9:00 3. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, 19:30 4. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Glynn), 33:30 5. OU, Stephanie Segura, (Bowen), 47:00 6. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Horner), 73:00 7. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Horner), 76:00 8. OU, Tiffany Gardenhire, (Craven), 77:30 9. OU, Amanda Just, (Glynn), 82:00 10. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Horner), 88:00 Shots: OU 40, BC 3 Shots on Goal: OU 28, BC 0 Saves: OU 0 (Peil 0), BC 11 (Garlock 11, Meyer 7)

OU 2 vs. Friends 0

OU 7 vs. Sterling 0

Oct. 10 - Ottawa, Kan.

Period Ottawa Friends

1 1 0

2 1 0

OU 4 vs. Tabor 0

Oct.14 - Ottawa, Kan.

F 2 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Meyer), 32:59 2. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Meyer), 71:35 Shots: OU 22, FRND 1 Shots on Goal: OU 7, FRND 1 Saves: OU 1 (Peil 1), FRND 5 (Goldsmith 5)

Period Ottawa Sterling

1 2 0

2 5 0

Oct. 17 - Hillsboro, Kan. F 7 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Whitney Bowen, 19:36 2. OU, Kelsey Hanna, (Mayfield), 41:18 3. OU, Kelsey Hanna, 56:46 4. OU, Samantha Mayfield, 63:25 5. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Meyer), 74:23 6. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Meyer), 79:46 7. OU, Sheridan Horner, (Webb), 89:06 Shots: OU 49, SC 1 Shots on Goal: OU 17, SC 1 Saves: OU 1 (Bishop 1), SC 7 (Chrisope 7)

Period Ottawa Tabor

2 4 0

F 4 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Glynn), 63:26 2. OU, Stephanie Segura, (Mayfield), 79:42 3. OU, Amanda Just, (Glynn), 86:38 4. OU, Sheridan Horner, (Meyer), 87:05 Shots: OU 38, TC 16 Shots on Goal: OU 16, TC 0 Saves: OU 0 (Peil 0), TC 12 (Whitehorn 12)

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Oct. 21 - Salina, Kan.

Period Ottawa Kansas Wesleyan

1 3 0

2 0 0

F 3 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Bowen), 10:13 2. OU, Tara Wood, 13:38 3. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Just), 24:47

OU 3 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary 0 Oct. 31 - Leavenworth, Kan. 1 2 0

Shots: OU 26, USM NA Shots on Goal: OU 3, USM 3 Saves: OU 3 (Peil 1, Bishop 2), USM 14 (Baxter (14)

2 1 0

Period Ottawa Bethel

1 0 0

2 2 0

Oct. 28 - Ottawa, Kan.

F 0 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Horner), 62:13 2. OU, Nicole Radcliffe, (Horner), 74:09

Shots: OU 13, KWU 7 Shots on Goal: OU 7, KWU 5 Saves: OU 5 (Peil 5), KWU 4 (Albarran 4)

Period Ottawa University of Saint Mary

OU 6 vs. Southwestern 0

Oct. 24 - North Newton, Kan.

F 3 0

Shots: OU 17, BC 6 Shots on Goal: OU 7, BC 3 Saves: OU 3 (Peil 3), BC 5 (Rodriguez 5)

Period Ottawa Southwestern

1 4 0

2 2 0

F 6 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Sheridan Horner, (Webb), 20:01 2. OU, Nicole Radcliffe, (Bowen), 31:12 3. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Sloan), 33:06 4. OU, Amanda Talbott, (Radcliffe), 43:35 5. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Sloan), 63:34 6. OU, Nicole Radcliffe, (Gardenhire), 87:14 Shots: OU 46, SWC 0 Shots on Goal: OU 19, SWC 0 Saves: OU 0 (Peil 0), SWC 13 (Muth 13)

OU 3 vs. Friends 0

Nov. 10 - Ottawa, Kan. (KCAC Semifinals) Period Ottawa Friends

1 1 0

2 2 0

F 3 0

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Sloan), 8:44 2. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Johnson), 80:57 3. OU, Sheridan Horner, (Glynn), 82:44 Shots: OU 24, FRND 6 Shots on Goal: OU 11, FRND 1 Saves: OU 1 (Peil 1), FRND 6 (Goldsmith 6)

OU 3 vs. Kansas Wesleyan 2

Nov. 14 - Hillsboro, Kan. (KCAC Finals) Period Ottawa Kansas Wesleyan

1 3 2

2 0 0

F 3 2

Scoring Summary: 1. OU, Jo-anne Glynn, (Just), 14:47 2. OU, Whitney Bowen, (Sloan), 18:17 3. KWU, Megan Couch, (Muilenburg), 19:07 4. OU, Samantha Mayfield, (Bowen), 25:09 5. KWU, Brittnie Bernardino, (Kern), 40:49 Shots: OU 12, KWU 11 Shots on Goal: OU 10, KWU 5 Saves: OU 3 (Peil 3), KWU 7 (Albarran 7)

#15 Trinity Christian 1 vs. OU 0

Nov. 21 - Ottawa, Kan. (NAIA Playoffs) Period Ottawa Trinity Christian

1 0 0

2 0 1

F 0 0

Scoring Summary: 1. TCC, Alyssa Lee, 62:42 Shots: OU 23, TCC 12 Shots on Goal: OU 6, TCC 6 Saves: OU 4 (Peil 4), TCC 6 (Gonzales 6) Whitney Bowen battling against Trinity Christian College in the first round of the NAIA Playoffs at Peoples Bank Field on Nov. 21, 2009

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Ottawa University速 Kansas Wesleyan University McPherson College Bethel College Friends University Southwestern College University of Saint Mary Tabor College Bethany College Sterling College

KCAC Win% Overall

9-0-0 7-1-1 6-1-2 5-3-1 3-2-4 4-5-0 3-5-1 1-6-2 1-8-0 0-8-1

1.000 .833 .778 .611 .556 .444 .389 .222 .111 .056

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Goals Assists 18 13 34 22 19 3 45 35 29 22 62 54 12 7 22 13 25 7 25 18

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First Team Goals Allowed 46 41 13 15 17 18 32 61 57 43

GAA 2.56 2.28 0.68 0.75 0.94 0.86 1.78 3.59 3.35 2.53

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1. Jessica Burden, TC 15 19 2. Megan Schrock, BC 18 13 3. Whitney Bowen, OU 21 12 4. Kylie Yates, SC 17 13 5. Joanne Glynn, OU 21 13 6. Haley Cook, MC 17 9 7. Megan Xavier, BTHY 18 10 8. Emily Owen, USM 15 7 9. Hanna Kern, KWU 20 7 10. Samantha Mayfield, OU 21 8 Amanda Just, OU 21 7

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1. Courtney Allen, SC 17 2. Whitney Bowen, OU 20 3. Kelsie Wilson, BC 18 Kaylee Wiechman, BC 18 Jo-anne Glynn, OU 21 6. Kelsey Meyer, OU 20 Hannah Kern, KWU 21 8. Sheridan Horner, OU 21 Raechelle Sloan, OU 21 10. Whitney Williams, MC 18

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1. Jessica Burden, TC 2. Haley Cook, MC 3. Megan Xavier, BTHY 4. Whitney Bowen, OU 5. Kylie Yates, SC 6. Jo-anne Glynn, OU 7. Emily Owen, USM 8. Hannah Kern, KWU 9. Amanda Just, OU 10. Megan Schrock, BC

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Player..........................School.................... Position Andrea Swanson..........McPherson..................... GK Lizzie Wilkens............OU.................................... D Heather Mulenburg......Kansas Wesleyan............... D Anneliese Rotering.......McPherson........................ D Brittany Corcoran.........Kansas Wesleyan............... D Amanda Just...............OU................................... M Whitney Williams........McPherson....................... M Hannah Kern................Kansas Wesleyan.............. M Corina Villegas.............Kansas Wesleyan.............. M Jessica Burden..............Tabor..................................F Whitney Bowen..........OU.....................................F Joanne Glynn..............OU.....................................F Haley Cook..................McPherson.........................F

Second Team Player..................... School......................... Position Lauren Peil............ OU......................................GK Christie Johnson... OU......................................... D Lisa Nguyen............ Friends................................... D Lindsey Webb......... Southwestern......................... D Jessalyn Sadler........ University of Saint Mary....... D Michelle Love......... Bethel.................................... M Alyssa Cox.............. Friends.................................. M Emily Owen............ University of Saint Mary...... M Sheridan Horner... OU........................................ M Megan Shrock......... Bethel......................................F Kylie Yates.............. Sterling...................................F Megan Xavier.......... Bethany...................................F Ameenah Issa.......... Kansas Wesleyan ...................F

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1. Aubrey Whitehorn, TC 17 2. Holly Chrisope, SC 10 3. Sarah Garlock, BTHY 18 4. Rachel Muth, SWC 15 5. Lyndsey Baxter, USM 17 6. Sarah Goldsmith, FRND 19 7. Alix Rodriguez, BC 18 8. Karina Albarran, KWU 16 9. Andrea Swanson, MC 16 10. Lauren Peil, OU 17

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Player..................... School......................... Position Sarah Goldsmith...... Friends................................ GK Aubrey Whitehorn.. Tabor................................... GK Kaylee Weichman... Bethel..................................... D Rachelle Medina..... Kansas Wesleyan................... D Morgan Martin........ Sterling.................................. D Lindsey Koland....... Friends................................... D Nicole Mound......... Southwestern........................ M Breanna Jones......... McPherson............................ M Leanna Brown......... Kansas Wesleyan.................. M Amanda VanLoenen.. Bethany................................. M Samantha Mayfield.OU..........................................F Kelsie Wilson.......... Bethel......................................F Heather Lewis......... University of Saint Mary........F Abby Cunningham.. Friends....................................F


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Whitney Bowen All-Region IV 2007

NSCAA All-Region Lizzie Wilkens.................................................................2009 Amanda Just.....................................................................2009

Michele Chapman All-Region IV 2005 Amanda Just NSCAA All-Southwest Region 2009

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Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes Nominated by each institution’s head coach, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and have achieved junior academic status to qualify. Raechelle Sloan.................................................................. 2009 Erin Carl............................................................................. 2005 Erin Prudence..................................................................... 2005 Kristen Erickson................................................................. 2001 Lisa Miller.......................................................................... 2001 Brandy Shoemaker............................................................. 2001 Kari Moore......................................................................... 1999

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Current Lady Braves are in BOLD A Alba, Aurora...........................2005 Ambrose, Debra.....................1997 Appelhanz, Amy....................2001 Austin, Heather................ 2003-06 B Baker, Nicole.........................1997 Batson, Jessica.......................1996 Baumgartner, Lori..................2001 Bettis, Katherine....................2004 Bishop, Nichole................... 2009Bonnett, Carley.................. 2009Bowen, Whitney................. 2007Brown, Larissa................. 2003-06 C Cain, Kristin..................... 2001-03 Carl, Erinn........................ 2003-06 Chapman, Michele........... 2004-05 Clark, Kourtney................. 2008Cooke, Samantha...................2007 Coville, Jacquline...................2003 Craig, Richelle.......................2001 Crane, Theresa................... 2010Craven, Kasey.................... 2008D Davidson, Lauren...................2007 Davis, Abigail........................1997 DeSantiago, Erica............ 2004-05 E Erickson, Kristin.............. 1999-02 Evans, Abby...........................2006 F Fisher, Shannon................ 2004-07 Foster, Rylee..........................2003 Francis, Jamie........................2003 French, Kristi..................... 2009Frint, Tara......................... 2006-07 Fuller, Leah............ 2001-02, 2004

K Kepley, Carlie.................. 2003-04 Koenig, Virginia............... 2004-05 Kramer, Jordan.......................2005 Kultgen, Casie........................2009

Heather Austin (2003-06) G Galindo, Cynthia.............. 2007-08 Gardenhire, Tiffany................2009 Germain, Rebecca............ 2004-05 Gibbs, Jennier.................. 2000-03 Glynn, Joanne........................2009 Goodwin, Emilee............. 1999-02 Graska, Marissa......................2008 Gutierrez, Anna......................2005 Guzman, Candace............ 2007-08 H Hall, Allison..................... 2002-04 Hanna, Kelsey..................... 2008Henderson, Stephanie...2004-05, 2007 Hinckley, Tonia......................1996 Horner, Sheridan....................2009 House, Julie............................1998 Huitt, Kayla............................2009 Hull, Amber...................... 2000-03 Hull, Megan..................... 1999-01

L Laha, Randee.................... 2002-03 Landgraf, Jayme.....................2007 Lukin, Niki............. 2003-05, 2007 Lundgren, Julie................ 1996-98 M McCaslin, Janea.....................1998 McGinnis, Amber............. 2000-03 McIntosh, Shanda..................2007 McMillen, Erin.......................1999 McMillen, Heather.................1996 Magana, Andrea.....................2004

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Brandy Shoemaker (2001-02) Mathias, Jo Ellen....................1996 Mayfield, Samantha........... 2008Mays, Taylor....................... 2010Meditz, Jessica................. 2000-02 Melton, Jessica.................... 2010Meyer, Jenni..................... 1996-99 Meyer, Kelsey.................. 2008-09 Miller, Lisa....................... 1999-02 Mizener, Amanda...................2007 Mohn, Megan................... 2000-01 Moore, Kari...................... 1997-99 Moore, Shari.................... 1998-99

S Sack, Erin...............................2000 Sawyer, Deborah.............. 2002-03 Segura, Stephanie............... 2009Schreiber, Rebecca........... 2007-08 Shanabrook, Danielle....... 2005-07 Shoemaker, Brandy.......... 2001-02 Sikorski, Lisa.........................2004 Singleton, Christi............. 1997-00 Sloan, Raechelle.................. 2007Smith, Rebekah......................2008 Smith, Erin.............................2007 Sorensen-Shafer, Gabriel.......2005 Stice, Amy........................ 1996-99 Stinson, Kaitlyn.................. 2010T Talbott, Amanda................. 2009Tapia, Elizabeth.................. 2010-

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Individual Season Records Points in a Season Total 1. Erica DeSantiago 50 2. Erica DeSantiago 44 3. Whitney Bowen 43 4. Amanda Just             36     5. Joanne Glynn 33 6. Whitney Bowen 32 6. Whitney Bowen 32 6. Kelly Grgas-Wheeler 32 6. Christi Singleton 32 10. Christi Singleton 30 Goals in a Season Total 1. Erica DeSantiago 24 2. Erica DeSantiago 22 3. Whitney Bowen 20 4. Amanda Just 16 4. Jamie Francis 16 6. Joanne Glynn 13 7. Whitney Bowen 13 8. Whitney Bowen 12 9. Samantha Mayfield 8 10. Amanda Just 7 Assists in a Season Total 1. Michele Chapman 12 1. Christi Singleton 12 3. Kelly Wheeler 10 T-4. Raechelle Sloan 8 T-4. Whitney Bowen 8 T-6. Joanne Glynn 7 T-6. Torey Nicole 7 T-6. Danielle Shanabrook 7 T-6. Rebecca Germain 7 T-10. Raechelle Sloan 6 T-10. Kelsey Meyer 6 T-10. Sheridan Horner 6 T-10. Kristi Erickson 6 T-10. Michele Chapman 6 T-10. Whitney Bowen 6 T-10. Kelsey Meyer 6 Shots on Goal in a Season Total 1. Whitney Bowen 46 2. Kelsey Hanna 39 3. Whitney Bowen 34 3. Joanne Glynn 34 5. Amanda Just 31 6. Amanda Just 29 7. Whitney Bowen 25

*Players in BOLD are current players.

Year 2005 2004 2007 2008 2009 2009 2008 1997 1997 2000 Year 2005 2004 2007 2008 2003 2009 2008 2009 2009 2009 Year 2005 2000 1997 2008 2009 2009 2008 2007 2005 2009 2009 2009 2000 2004 2008 2008 Year 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008

Multiple Goal Matches in a Season Total 1. Erica DeSantiago 6 1. Erica DeSantiago 6 3.  Whitney Bowen 4 4. Joanne Glynn 4 4. Amanda Just 3 4. Whitney Bowen 3 7. Whitney Bowen 2 Hat Tricks in a Season Total 1. Whitney Bowen 4 2. Erica DeSantiago    3 3. Erica DeSantiago 2 4. Amanda Just 1 4. Whitney Bowen 1 4. Samantha Mayfield 1 Goalkeeping Victories in a Season Total 1. Stephanie Henderson 18 2. Jackie Coville 16 3. Lauren Peil 14 3. Stephanie Henderson 14 4. Lauren Peil 12 5. Lisa Miller 10 Saves in a Season Total 1. Shannon Fisher 130 2. Stephanie Henderson 90 3. Lauren Peil 63 4. Lauren Peil 48 Goals Against Average GAA 1. Lauren Peil 0.55 2. Nichole Bishop 0.7 3. Lauren Peil 0.8 4. Stephanie Henderson 0.93 5. Stephanie Henderson 1.35 6. Stephanie Henderson     1.8 7. Shannon Fisher 2.73 Shutouts in a Season Total 1. Stephanie Henderson 12 2. Lauren Peil 11 3. Lauren Peil 9 4. Jackie Coville 6 T-5. Nichole Bishop 3 T-5. Stephanie Henderson 3 Goalkeeping Minutes Played Total 1. Lauren Peil 1,775 2. Stephanie Henderson 1,760 3. Shannon Fisher 1,530 4. Stephanie Henderson 1,466 5. Lauren Peil 1,460 6. Stephanie Henderson 1,405 7. Shannon Fisher 1,376 8. Nichole Bishop 444

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Individual Career Records Points in a Career Total 1. Whitney Bowen 107 2. Erica DeSantiago 94 3. Amanda Just 55 4. Joanne Glynn 33 Goals in a Career Total 1. Erica DeSantiago 46 2. Whitney Bowen 45 3. Amanda Just 23 4. Samantha Mayfield 14 5. Joanne Glynn 13 Career Multi-Goal Games Total 1. Erica DeSantiago 12 2. Whitney Bowen 9 3. Joanne Glynn 4 4. Amanda Just 3 Assists in a Career Total 1. Michele Chapman 18 2. Whitney Bowen 17 3. Raechelle Sloan 16 4. Kelsey Meyer 12 5. Amanda Just 9 T-6. Joanne Glynn 7 T-6. Torey Nicole 7 T-6. Danielle Shanabrook 7 8. Rebecca Germain 7 Shots on Goal in a Career Total 1. Whitney Bowen 110 2. Amanda Just 60 3. Kelsey Hanna 48 4. Raechelle Sloan 38 5. Samantha Mayfield 36 6. Joanne Glynn 34 Hat Tricks in a Career Total T-1. Erica DeSantiago 5 T-1. Whitney Bowen 5 3. Amanda Just 1 4. Samantha Mayfield 1 Goalkeeping Victories in a Career Total 1. Stephanie Henderson 34 2. Lauren Peil 26 3. Jackie Coville 16 4. Shannon Fisher 13 5. Lisa Miller 10

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Erica DeSantiago is ranked first in career goals (46), first in career multi-goal games (12) and second in career points (94). She joined teammate Michele Chapman in 2005 as the program’s first NAIA All-Americans

Saves in a Career 1. Stephanie Henderson 2. Shannon Fisher 3. Lauren Peil Goals Against Average 1. Lauren Peil 2. Stephanie Henderson 3. Shannon Fisher Shutouts in a Career 1. Lauren Peil 2. Stephanie Henderson 3. Jackie Coville 3. Shannon Fisher Goalkeeping Minutes Played 1. Stephanie Henderson 2. Lauren Peil 3. Shannon Fisher

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8-12-0 KCAC Regular Season Champions Date Opponent W-L Score S2 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) L 1-10 S3 Emporia State L 2-3 S5 Central Methodist L 3-4 S8 William Jewell L 1-11 S11 Dana (Neb.) L 1-7 S15 Missouri Valley L 0-5 S18 Avila L 1-2 S20 Graceland (Iowa) L 0-1 S22 Missouri Baptist L 0-5 S25 Southwestern W 5-1 O2 Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) W 2-1 O6 Sterling W 3-1 O9 Friends W 2-1 OT O13 Concordia (Neb.) L 1-5 O16 Tabor W 1-0 O20 Bethany W 3-2 O23 Uni. of St. Mary L 1-2 O27 Bethel W 3-0 O30 Kansas Wesleyan W 2-0 *N2 Tabor L 1-2 OT *KCAC Tournament

16-3-2 KCAC Regular Season Champions KCAC Tournament Champions Region IV Participant Date Opponent W-L Score S1 Iowa Wesleyan W 3-2 S3 Mount St. Clare (Iowa) W 5-0 S5 Washburn (Kan.) L 1-5 S6 Mount Mary (Wis.) W 5-0 S9 Presentation (S.D.) W 1-0 S12 Bethel W 3-0 S14 Stephens (Mo.) W 12-0 S15 Oklahoma Wesleyan W 3-2 S17 Northwestern Okla. L 0-6 S22 Friends W 3-2 S27 Kansas Wesleyan T 0-0 2 OT O1 Uni. of St. Mary W 3-0 O4 Manhattan Christian W 10-0 O7 McPherson W 7-0 O15 Southwestern W 6-2 O18 Sterling W 3-0 O20 Bethany W 3-2 O24 Tabor W 4-0 *O28 Bethel W 2-1 *N1 Friends W 3-1 ^N5 Park L 3-4 OT *KCAC Tournament ^Region IV Tournament

2001 KCAC Champions

Not Pictured in This Order: Brandy Shoemaker, Lisa Miller, Kristen Cain, Beth Reser, Amy Appelhanz, Megan Hohn, Amber Hull, Megan Hull, Emilee Goodwin, Jessica Medita, Leah Fuller, Kristen Erickson, Missy Riemer, Miracle Ufford, Amber McGinnis, Lori Baumgartner and Jennifer Gibbs.

2003 KCAC Champions

Not Pictured in This Order: Megan Josephson, Erin Prudence, Tonya Wernette, Jackie Coville, Melissa Valenta, Jamie Francis, Heather Austin, Amber McGinnis, Jennifer Gibbs, Amber Hull, Rose Johnston, Kristin Cain, Carlie Kepley, Randee Layha, Abra Torgeson, Allison Hall, Rylee Foster, Erinn Carl, Nicki Lukin, Deb Sawyer, Larissa Brown and Jana Coville.

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Front Row - L-R: Assistant Coach Chris McNaughton, Head Coach Chip Wiggines, Assistant Coach Stephanie Wiggins. Second Row: Jennifer Johnson, Nicki Lukin, Larissa Brown, Ginny Koenig, Erica DeSantiago, Lisa Sikorski, Heather Austin, Kayla Ireland, Erinn Carl, Katherine Bettis, Andrea Magna. Third Row: Manager Brad Austin, Shannon Fisher, Tonya Wernette, Erin Prudence, Rosa Johnston, Alison Hall, Carlie Kepley, Michele Chapman, Rebecca Germain, Stephanie Henderson, Athletic Trainer Jennifer Raybern, Athletic Trainer Trevor Volkland.

2005 KCAC Champions

Front Row - L-R: Stephanie Henderson. Second Row: Erica DeSantiago, Gaby Shafer-Sorensen, Tonya Wernette, Aurora Alba, Larissa Brown, Anna Gutierrez, Erin Prudence, Niki Lukin. Third Row: Sarah Poncher, Erinn Carl, Anni Quarando, Heather Austin, Danielle Shanabrook, Rebecca Germain, Ginny Goenig, Michele Chapman, Shannon Fisher.

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KCAC Tournament Champions NAIA National Tournament Date Opponent W-L Score S1 Manhattan Chri. W 2-0 S4 St. Ambrose L 1-2 S6 #18 Siena Heights W 1-0 S9 Avila W 2-1 2OT S15 Bellevue L 0-2 S19 #9 Benedictine L 2-4 S22 MidAmerica Naz. W 3-2 S25 Southern Naz. L 1-3 S27 Rogers State W 4-0 O3 McPherson W 3-1 O7 Bethany W 10-0 O10 Friends W 2-0 O14 Sterling W 7-0 O17 Tabor W 4-0 O21 Kansas Wesleyan W 3-0 O24 Bethel W 2-0 O28 Southwestern W 7-0 O31 Uni. of St. Mary W 3-0 *N10 Friends W 3-0 *N14 Kansas Wesleyan W 3-2 ^N21 Trinity Chrisitan L 0-1 *KCAC Tournament ^NAIA National Tournament

2009 KCAC Champions

Front Row - L-R: Kelsey Hanna, Amber Webb, Raechelle Sloan, Lizzie Wilkens, Nicole Radcliffe, Kristi French. Second Row: Kourtney Clark, Jo-anne Glynn, Amanda Just, Carley Bonnett, Casie Kultgen, Nichole Bishop, Lauren Peil, Kelsey Meyer, Morgan White, Whitney Bowen, Stephanie Seguar. Third Row: Head Coach Craig Shaw, Amanda Talbott, Tara Wood, Kayla Huitt, Tiffany Gardenhire, Kasey Craven, Samantha Mayfield, Christie Johnson, Amanda Martinsen, Sheridan Horner, Assistant Coach Bob Casper.

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The present legal entity comes from a reorganization of the conference when the predecessor Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference formally disbanded on December 1, 1928 and a new conference was formed called the Kansas College Athletic Conference. The members were Baker, Bethany, KS Wesleyan, McPherson, Ottawa, and St. Mary’s colleges. At that time sportswriters quickly gave the KCAC league a nickname: the “Little Six,” in contrast to the Big 6 (which became the Big 8, now the Big 12) which also was organized in 1928. St. Mary’s College was discontinued in 1931. The College of Emporia returned to the fold in 1933, and Bethel was readmitted in 1939. Friends, a former member of the KIAC, was admitted in 1953. Sterling and Southwestern were approved for membership in 1958. In 1968 Tabor College and St. Mary of the Plains College were admitted to make twelve members in the conference, and the conference was organized into Northern and Southern divisions until 1970 – when Baker, College of Emporia, and Ottawa withdrew to join two separate Missouri-based conferences. In the mid-1970s the formal name was changed again to Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. In 1975 women’s intercollegiate athletics were incorporated into programs of the KCAC. Ottawa was readmitted in 1981, bringing the conference membership to 10. In 1992 St. Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City left the conference and eventually closed. In 1999 University of Saint Mary-Leavenworth joined to bring the KCAC membership to ten. Today the KCAC sponsors conference intercollegiate athletics in football, volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s indoor/outdoor track and field, baseball, softball, golf, and men’s and women’s tennis.

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OU’s KCAC Champions - Men’sTrack and Field: 1934, 1938, 1939, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953. 1956. 1957, 1958, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1981, 1982 - Women’s Track and Field: 1981, 1982 - Softball: 2007, 2010 - Baseball: 1995, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2010 - Women’s Soccer: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009 - Men’s Tennis: 1952, 1974 - Football: 1932, 1933, 1938, 1939, 1947, 1948, 1950, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1966, 2000, 2003, 2009 - Men’s Basketball: 1916, 1918, 1921, 1935, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1967, 1995, 2002, 2008 - Volleyball: 2001, 2004 - Men’s Cross Country: 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967 - Women’s Cross Country: 1991, 1992, 1993, 2003 - Men’s Golf: 1937, 1938, 1940, 1951, 1952, 1960

KCAC Staff Directory Commissioner: Scott Crawford KCAC SID: A. John Pearson KCAC Statistation: David Toelle

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KCAC Member Directory Bethany College (785 area code) Athletic Department.................... 227-3380 x 8184 Sports Information...................... 227-3380 x 8299 Location........................................Lindsborg, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................600 Website.......................... www.bethanyswedes.com Bethel College (316 area code) Athletic Department................................ 283-2500 Sports Information.................................. 284-5263 Location.................................North Newton, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................550 Website........................http://athletics.bethelks.edu Friends University (913 area code) Athletic Department................................ 295-5700 Sports Information.................................. 295-5116 Location........................................... Wichita, Kan. Enrollment......................................................2,800 Website..........................www.friendsathletics.com Kansas Wesleyan University (785 area code) Athletic Department................................ 827-5541 Sports Information...................... 827-5541 x 3146 Location..............................................Salina, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................864 Website............................... www.kwucoyotes.com McPherson College (620 area code) Athletic Department................................ 242-2501 Sports Information.................................. 242-0431 Location......................................McPherson, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................475 Website..............................www.macbulldogs.com Ottawa University (785 area code) Athletic Department.................... 242-5200 x 5420 Sports Information...................... 242-5200 x 5401 Location............................................ Ottawa, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................550 Website............................. www.ottawabraves.com Southwestern College (620 area code) Athletic Department................................ 229-6218 Sports Information.................................. 229-6259 Location.......................................... Winfield, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................750 Website................http://www.sckans.edu/athletics/ Sterling College (620 area code) Athletic Department................................ 278-4335 Sports Information.................................. 278-4324 Location........................................... Sterling, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................500 Website.............. http://www.sterling.edu/athletics/

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Tabor College (620 area code) Athletic Department.................... 947-3121 x 1308 Sports Information...................... 947-3121 x 1229 Location.........................................Hillsboro, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................550 Website.................. http://www.taborbluejays.com/ University of Saint Mary (913 area code) Athletic Department................................ 758-4340 Sports Information.................................. 758-4339 Location...................................Leavenworth, Kan. Enrollment.........................................................866 Website.......................... http://www.gospires.com/


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www.o Hull Center For Athletics On October 15, 2004, the University celebrated the completion of the Hull Center for Athletics with a dedication ceremony. The Hull Center became a reality through the generous gift of Jeff L. (’88) and Tracy J. Hull. The gift was made in honor of Jeff’s grandparents and parents, and represents the ongoing relationship between the Hull Family and Ottawa University. Jeff’s grandfather, Robert L. Hull, was the University’s superintendent of buildings and grounds for over twenty years. In addition to keeping the University’s physical plant running in top shape, Robert was also the general contractor in the construction of the Mabee Athletic Center. Richard L. Hull (’71), Jeff ’s father, attended OU on a football scholarship, while majoring in Biology. A four-year starter on Ottawa’s football team, he was captain of the 1970 KCAC championship team. After graduating from Ottawa, Richard completed medical school and set up a successful medical practice as a physician and surgeon in Iola, Kansas. Jeff came to Ottawa University on a football scholarship as well. He was a four-year starter for the Braves, earning numerous awards including two-time All-Conference, two-time NAIA Academic AllAmerican, and the College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award. He graduated with honors and distinction in 1988 with a major in accounting. He has gone on to have a successful career in business, serving as the chairman, president and CEO of Atrium Companies Inc. Jeff’s two other siblings, sister Cindy (’97) and brother Michael (’00), also left lasting marks on Ottawa University. Cindy (Hull) Stockton was an All-Conference player on the Lady Braves basketball team. When she finished her playing career at OU, she held various records including highest field goal percentage and most blocked shots in a season. She was also a member of Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Michael became OU’s first two-time NAIA First Team All-American football player and is second all-time in career receptions (156). The outstanding athletic talent and academic success represented by the Hull Family affirms a family philosophy that the two should go hand-in-hand. Indeed, the Latin inscription on the Hull Center, mens sana in corpore sano – a healthy mind in a healthy body – gives testimony to this belief.

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Kent Kessinger Football

Joe Reed Baseball

Wendell Smith M,W Golf

Tom Symons Volleyball

Bruce Tate Women’s Basketball

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Kirk Wren M,W Cross Country M,W Track and Field

Coaches and Staff................. Position.................................................................................. e-Mail “@ottawa.edu”......................................... Phone Bret Beachner......................... Graduate Asst. Football Coach............................................... bret.beachner................................. 785-242-5200 x5412 Brittany Broyles..................... Asst Women’s Basketball Coach............................................ brittany.broyles............................. 785-242-5200 x 5472 Ericka Bradford...................... Asst. Women’s Basketball Coach........................................... ericka.bradford............................. 785-242-5200 x 5756 Tim Byers............................... Asst. Cross Country/Track and Field Coach.......................... tim.byers....................................... 785-242-5200 x 5422 Matt Callaway........................ Graduate Asst. M,W Soccer Coach........................................ matt.callaway................................ 785-242-5200 x 5426 Andy Carrier.......................... Head Men’s Basketball Coach............................................... andy.carrier................................... 785-242-5200 x 1065 Eric Carter.............................. Asst. Men’s Basketball/Asst. Golf Coach.............................. eric.carter...................................... 785-242-5200 x 5429 Bob Casper............................. Head Men’s Soccer Coach..................................................... bob.casper..................................... 785-242-5200 x 5426 Justin Garrard......................... Graduate Asst. Cross Country/Track Coach........................... justin.garrard................................. 785-242-5200 x 5422 Marc Gordon.......................... Head Women’s Soccer Coach................................................ marc.gordon.................................. 785-242-5200 x 5409 Nick Davis............................. Graduate Asst. Football Coach............................................... nick.davis...................................... 785-242-5200 x 5412 Nolan Dietrich........................ Asst. Baseball Coach.............................................................. nolan.dietrich................................ 785-242-5200 x 5476 Tommy Fitzgerald.................. Asst. Baseball Coach.............................................................. tommy.fitzgerald........................... 785-242-5200 x 5820 Kathy Hinderliter................... Athletic Department Coordinator........................................... katherine.hinderliter..................... 785-242-5200 x 5420 Josh Homolka........................ Asst. Football Coach.............................................................. josh.homolka................................ 785-242-5200 x 5568 Tony Hurla............................. Graduate Asst. Baseball.......................................................... anthony.hurla................................ 785-242-5200 x 5820 Jay Kahnt............................... Head Softball Coach............................................................... jay.kahnt....................................... 785-242-5200 x 5473 Kent Kessinger....................... Head Football Coach.............................................................. kent.kessinger............................... 785-242-5200 x 5419 Beth Krysiak.......................... Graduate Asst. Softball Coach................................................ beth.krysiak.................................. 785-242-5200 x 5474 Jeremy McGinnis................... Asst. M,W Soccer Coach....................................................... jeremy.mcginnis........................... 785-242-5200 x 5426 Marianne McGoron................ Graduate Administration and Sports Informaiton.................. marianne.mcgoron........................ 785-242-5200 x 5426 Joe Nemzer............................. Graduate Asst. M,W Soccer coach......................................... joe.nemzer.................................... 785-242-5200 x 5426 Chris Poskey.......................... Asst. Athletic Trainer.............................................................. chris.poskey.................................. 785-242-5200 x 5418 Jennifer Raybern.................... Head Athletic Trainer............................................................. jennifer.raybern............................. 785-242-5200 x 5427 Kristin Schalk......................... Asst. Softball Coach............................................................... kristin.schalk................................. 785-242-5200 x 5474 Aaron Siebenthall................... Asst. Men’s Basketball Coach................................................ aaron.siebenthall........................... 785-242-5200 x 5425 Wendell Smith........................ Head M,W Golf Coach/Asst. Head Football Coach.............. wendell.smith............................... 785-242-5200 x 5424 Tom Symons.......................... Head Volleyball Coach........................................................... tom.symons.................................. 785-242-5200 x 5469 Tom Taldo.............................. Track and Field Coach............................................................ tom.taldo....................................... 785-242-5200 x 5861 Bruce Tate.............................. Head Women’s Basketball Coach.......................................... bruce.tate...................................... 785-242-5200 x 5441 Katie Tooley........................... Sports Information Director .................................................. katie.tooley................................... 785-242-5200 x 5401 Joe Reed................................. Head Baseball Coach.............................................................. joe.reed......................................... 785-242-5200 x 5415 Kirk Wren............................... Head M,W Track/Cross Country Coach.............................................kirk.wren....................................... 785-242-5200 x 5422 Administrative Staff.............. Position.................................................................................. E-Mail “@ottawa.edu”........................................ Phone Arabie Conner........................ Athletic Director..................................................................... arabie.conner................................ 785-242-5200 x 5428 Dr. Corkie Hedlund................ Faculty Athletic Representative.............................................. corkie.hedlund.............................. 785-242-5200 x 5416 Bruce Tate ............................. Asst. Athletic Director............................................................ bruce.tate...................................... 785-242-5200 x 5441 Tom Taldo.............................. Asst. Athletic Director............................................................ tom.taldo....................................... 785-242-5200 x 5861

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Kevin Eichner became the 21st president of Ottawa University in July of 2008 having served as a member of the OU Board

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Prior to his appointment to lead Ottawa University, Eichner served as president, CEO and vice chairman of Enterprise Financial Services Corporation, the parent company of Enterprise Bank & Trust, a $4.0 billion banking and wealth management trust company headquartered in St. Louis with operations in Kansas City and Phoenix. A co-founder of Enterprise, Eichner served as its CEO from 2002 through May of 2008 and oversaw its emergence as a NASDAQ-traded company recognized for its high growth and performance in the financial services industry.

Prior to his work at Enterprise, Eichner served as executive vice president and then CEO of General American/MetLife for five years. In 1983, he founded a successful consulting company, Collaborative Strategies, Inc., which provided consultation to a large number of management and strategic for-profit and not-for-profit organizations during his 14 year tenure prior to its acquisition by General American in 1997.

Eichner is a 1973 graduate of Ottawa University with a BA in social change. He went on to earn an MBA from the Harvard Business School in 1977. Firmly committed to lifelong learning, Eichner designed and launched Enterprise University for Enterprise Bank and Trust, which has enrolled over 5,000 executives and non-profit leaders in workshops aimed at enhancing their knowledge and skill sets. He has written business essays which have been regularly published. Eichner has taught workshops on numerous business and organizational topics over the past 25 years. He is known as an accomplished strategic planning facilitator, having served over 100 clients in this capacity.

Eichner and his wife Marylin, a 2000 graduate of OU-Kansas City, are the parents of three sons.

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Dr. Dennis Tyner is in his fourth year as the Vice President

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wa campus. Formerly the Dean of The David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont, Tyner came to Ottawa University in the spring of 2007. In his

brief three and one-half years here, Tyner and his team have helped to increase the College enrollment by more than 65 percent, and they are excited about the expected continued growth through the next decade.

Dr. Tyner and his wife Patty are the proud parents of eight children: Rikki, Katy, Kelli, Kristi, Kandi, David, Kevin, and Keith. Last year, both Patty and Kristi earned their BA degrees from Ottawa University - Patty completed her business degree in Ottawa’s on-line program and Kristi earned her degree in elementary education from the College. Three other members of the Tyner family are currently part of the Ottawa University student body. Kandi, a junior sociology major, and David, a sophomore business major, are full-time students at the College, while Kevin is a part-time student enrolled in courses that are supplementing his Ottawa High School education. Tyner and his family reside in Ottawa, Kansas.

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Arabie Conner begins her sixth year at the helm of Ottawa University’s athletic department. The previous five years have brought many accomplishments for the Braves: 115 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes, 29 NAIA All-Americans, 82 KCAC Players of the Week and 302 All-KCAC selections. Six coaches have been named KCAC Coach of the Year, two have been named KBCA College Coach of the Year and two have earned region of the year.

Under Conner, the athletic department started women’s golf during the 2007-08 season. The men’s and women’s basketball teams have each reached the ‘Sweet 16’ of the NAIA Division II National Tournament. The men’s team made back to back appearances at the national tournament (2006-07, 2007-08) for the first time in program history. Before being named AD Conner spent 11 years as the head women’s basketball coach at Ottawa University before resigning after a record breaking 2006-07 season. Conner finished as the all-time winningest coach in Lady Brave history with 162 victories. She earned the Kansas Basketball Coaches Associations Women’s College Basketball Coach of the Year award 2003-04 and again in 2006-07. In 2004, 2006 and 2007 Conner led the Lady Braves to the KCAC Basketball Tournament Championship and to the NAIA Division II National Tournament. She also helped OU to its first ‘Sweet 16’ appearance at the National Tournament in 2007. Conner is a graduated from William Jewell College in 1992 with a degree in health/exercise science and english. She was a four year letterwinner on the basketball court for the Cardinals, earning HAAC Player of the Year in 1991. Conner is fourth all-time in career scoring (1,893). Conner also played softball and soccer for WJC and after her playing days was an assistant coach on the women’s basketball team. She was named William Jewell Athlete of the Year twice for two different sports, basketball and softball and was inducted into William Jewell’s Hall-of-Fame in 2004. Conner earned a master’s degree in sports administration and sport psychology from the University of Kansas. She has been an associate professor in the Physical Education department, taught in the Liberal Arts Studies Program at OU and is the first femail athletic director in OU history. Conner resides in Ottawa with her husband, Tim, and their children Cole (10), Kylie (9), Zoey (7) and Brodie (6).

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Bruce Tate is in his sixth year as the assistant director of athletics at Ottawa University. Tate is in his third season as head coach for the Lady Braves basketball team, after spending nine years as an assistant coach. He was the head junior varsity coach.

BRUCE TATE ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

In addition to coaching basketball, Tate also serves as an instructor in physical education and is in charge of game day management. Tate graduated from OU in May of 2000 with a degree in physical education emphasizing in recreation administration and health and fitness. Tate earned a Masters of Science in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation from Emporia State University in 2005. Tom Taldo is in his third year as assistant athletic director at OU. He is dean of student affairs and an assistant track coach for the Braves track and field teams.

TOM TALDO

Before coming to OU, Taldo had spent six seasons with Beth- ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR any College in Lindsborg, Kan. coaching the defensive secondary, wide receivers, tight ends, and the offensive line. A 1999 graduate of Bethany, Taldo was part of the 1994, ’95, ’96 KCAC Championship teams as a player. Taldo was a three-year letter winner in football, and was a fouryear letter winner and named All-KCAC in track for the Swedes. Taldo completed his master’s degree in sports administration from Wichita State University in 2005. Taldo, his wife Gina, their two children Carter and McKenna and their dog Hugo, reside in Ottawa. Dr. Corkie Hedlund is in her eighth year as OU’s faculty athletic representative. Her responsibilities include monitoring the academic achievement of student-athletes and making certain they meet university, conference, and national association eligibility requirements.

DR. CORKIE HEDLUND ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE

Hedlund also serves as the division chair of Ottawa University’s physical education department.

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Jennifer Raybern is in her 13th year as head athletic trainer at Ottawa University. Raybern graduated from the University of Kansas in 1996 with a bachelor of science in exercise science with athletic training emphasis. She worked for two years as a student trainer at KU working primarily with the Jayhawk softball, football, women’s tennis, and swimming and diving teams. While getting her Masters of Science in Kinesiology and Sports Psychology at the University of Kansas, Raybern served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Baker University.

As head athletic trainer for the Braves, Raybern is responsible for the prevention, care and rehabilitation of injuries for 14 varsity athletic programs. She is a member of the faculty in the physical education department primarily teaching courses in the exercise science discipline including: sports medicine, kinesiology, psychology and sociology of sport, human anatomy of exercise science and essentials of strength training and personal training as well as supervising internships and practicums in athletic training and strength and conditioning. She is the program director for OU’s NSCA endorsed personal training and strength and conditioning programs. In addition to being a certified and licensed athletic trainer, Raybern is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and performance enhancement specialist and works with individuals and teams on performance enhancement programs. She supervises student athletic trainers as they help care for the sports medicine needs of Braves’ athletes.

CHRIS POSKEY

Chris Poskey is in his third year as assistant athletic trainer for Ottawa University. As an athletic trainer for OU, Chris is responsible for the prevention, care and rehabilitation of injuries for all 14 athletic teams.

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Poskey graduated from the University of Kansas in 2006 with a bachelor of science in athletic training. He worked for two years with the football, track and softball teams. Poskey then went on to graduate school at the University of Oregon. At Oregon he worked with the football, track and wrestling teams. Originally from Chase, Kan., Poskey graduated from Chase High School in 2002. He competed in football, basketball and track for all four years for the Kats.

Dr. John C. Gollier, MD is in his third season as team doctor for the Ottawa University sports teams. He earned his medical degree from The University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kan. in 1997. Gollier did his residency at the Baptist Medical Center/Gopper Family Care in Kansas TEAM DOCTOR City, Mo. in 2000. He earned his board certification through The American Board of Family Medicine. Gollier has memberships in the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Assocation and the Kansas Medical Society.

DR. JOHN GOLLIER

Dr. Gregory P. Lynch, MD has been a team doctor for the OU sports teams since 1999. He specializes in the treatment of athletic injuries of the knee and shoulder. Lynch received an undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas in 1988 and graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, TEAM DOCTOR Kansas City, Kan. in 1993. He did an intership in surgery at Boston University in 1994 and did his residency in orthopedic surgery at Boston University in 1998. Lynch did his fellowship training in sport medicine at the Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center in Minneapolis, Minn. in 1999. He earned his certification from the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery in 2002. Lynch has been an assistant team physician to the Minnesota Vikings (1998-1999), Minnesota Twins (1998-1999), Minnesota Timberwolves (1998-1999) and to the University of Minnesota football team (1998-1999).

DR. GREGORY LYNCH

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