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Front Row (L-R): Ally Titsworth, Cynthia Cervantes, Meagan Thornton, Vickie Rich, Brooke Santerre, Mary Gibson, Jessica Cardenas, Mary Bowers, Jessica O’Leary, Alex Trujic, Mary Dorn. Back Row: MaryBeth Sullivan, Katy McGee, LeeAnn Sullivan, Samantha Arendt, Mary Biehner, Kaitlyn Briggs, Alicia Pierson, Lauren Griffin, Monica Young, Ariana Smith, Emily Jones, Kaitlyn Kerrigan.

The 2011 Lees-McRae Bobcats

General Information

2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer

Staff Directory

Quick Facts

Position Athletic Director Assistant Athletic Director Assistant Athletic Director Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance Sports Information Director Community Relations Manager Faculty Athletic Representative Athletic Operations

Phone 828-898-2483 828-898-8897 828-260-6698 828-898-8783 828-898-3510 828-898-8725 828-898-8870 828-898-8725

Athletic Training Rita Smith Joe Hawkins Bradley Huff Michael Nyquist Jill Sparrow

Position Director of Athletic Training/SWA Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer

Phone 828-898-8768 828-898-8892 828-898-3193 828-898-8892 828-898-8892

M. Basketball Scott Polsgrove Steve Hardin Gordon Polsgrove

Position Head Men's Basketball Coach Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

Phone 828-898-8897 828-898-8855 828-898-8897

W. Basketball Sebastian Wild Tasha Taylor Nicole Jackson

Position Head Women's Basketball Coach Assistant Women's Basketball Coach Student Assistant Coach

Phone 828-898-2482 828-898-3431

M/W Cross Country Thomas Cason

Position Head Cross Country Coach

Phone 828-898-8967

Cycling Luke Winger

Position Head Cycling Coach

Phone 828-898-3432

M. Lacrosse Brendan Arthur

Position Head Men's Lacrosse Coach

Phone 828-898-2480

W. Lacrosse Nick Wagner

Position Head Women's Lacrosse Coach

Phone 828-898-2538

M. Soccer Lee Squires Jim Hart Adam Burden

Position Head Men's Soccer Coach Assistant Men's Soccer Coach Student Assistant Coach

Phone 828-898-8801 828-898-8801

W. Soccer Cally Morrill Nick Whiting

Position Head Women's Soccer Coach Assistant Women's Soccer Coach

Phone 828-898-8771 828-898-8927

Softball Merritt Yackey

Position Head Softball Coach

Phone 828-260-6698

M/W Tennis Keith Turner

Position Head Men's Tennis Coach

Phone 828-898-2547

M/W Track and Field Ley Fletcher Jeff Watson Thomas Cason

Position Head Men's Track and Field Coach Assistant Coach/Throws Assistant Coach/Distance

Phone 828-898-2562 828-898-8783 828-898-8967

M. Volleyball James Goodridge

Position Head Men's Volleyball Coach

Phone 828-898-8891

W. Volleyball Wes Schneider

Position Head Women's Volleyball Coach

Phone 828-898-8714

Credits The 2011 Lees-McRae College Women’s Soccer Media Guide is published by the LMC Sports Information Office, Whitney Noble, Director. Written, compiled, and edited by: Whitney Noble, Phillip Greene, Craig McPhail, Cally Morrill, and Nick Whiting. Principle photography by: Phillip Greene and Jeff Watson. About the Cover: This year’s cover features seniors (from left) Mary Gibson, Mary Dorn, Brooke Santerre, Vickie Rich, Jessica O’Leary. Cover Design by: Whitney Noble using Adobe Photoshop. Photography by Phillip Greene. Printing: Pulp Printing, Bristol, Tenn.

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School...................................... Lees-McRae College Location.................................Banner Elk, NC 28604 Founded........................................................... 1900 Enrollment......................................................... 700 President........................................ Dr. Barry Buxton Director of Athletics........................... Craig McPhail Senoir Woman Administrator..................Rita Smith Faculty Athletic Representative.... Dr. James Carson Nickname.....................................................Bobcats School Colors..........................Green (Pantone 626) & Gold (Pantone 123) Stadium..................................................... Tate Field Capacity............................................................. 700 Religious Affiliation..................... Presbyterian, USA National Affiliation......................... NCAA Division II Conference............................. Conference Carolinas Head Athletic Trainer........................... Joe Hawkins Coaching Staff Head Coach...........................................Cally Morrill Alma Mater...................................... Alabama, 2007 Record at Lees-McRae (Yrs.)........... 14-6 (One year) Career Record (Yrs.)........................ 14-6 (One year) Women’s Soccer Office Phone.........(828) 898-8771 Email........................................... morrillc@lmc.edu Assistant Coach....................................Nick Whiting Alma Mater................................ West Florida, 2007 2010 Overall Record.......................................... 14-6 2010 Conference Record.................................... 8-2 Starters Returning/Lost......................................9/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost................................16/6 Sports Information Director............................................ Whitney Noble Alma Mater..........................................Tampa, 2008 Office Phone....................................(828) 898-3510 Cell Phone........................................(813) 957-7546 Fax....................................................(828) 898-8742 Email............................................ noblew@lmc.edu

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2011 Team Photo....................... Front Inside Cover Quick Facts............................................................ 1 Table of Contents.................................................. 1 About the Cover.................................................... 1 Credits................................................................... 1 College Administration......................................... 2 LMC Staff............................................................... 3 Head Coach Cally Morrill...................................... 4 Assistant Coach Nick Whiting............................... 4 Assistant AD Merritt Yackey.................................. 5 Assistant AD Jeff Watson...................................... 5 Sports Information Dir. Whitney Noble................ 5 Community Relations Mgr. Phillip Greene............ 5 2011 Roster........................................................... 6 Pronunciation Guide............................................. 6 Roster Breakdown................................................. 6 2011 Preview........................................................ 7 Player Profiles.................................................. 8-13 2010 Review....................................................... 14 2010 Statistics..................................................... 15 2010 Results....................................................... 16 Conference Carolinas.......................................... 17 2010 Conference Review.................................... 18 Bobcat Honor Roll............................................... 19 Record Book................................................... 20-21 Year-By-Year Results....................................... 22-23 The College......................................................... 24 Athletic Facilities......................... Back Inside Cover 2011 Schedule.......................................Back Cover

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Administration Craig McPhail Scott Polsgrove Merritt Yackey Jeff Watson Whitney Noble Phillip Greene Dr. James Carson David Shervington

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2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer Barry M. Buxton

Craig McPhail

President

Director

The Board of Trustees of Lees-McRae College announced the appointment, effective June 1, 2010, of Barry M. Buxton as president of Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, North Carolina. Dr. Buxton officially became the fifteenth president in the 110-year history of the four-year liberal arts college during the inauguration ceremony on October 2, 2010. Before coming to Lees-McRae College, Buxton most recently served as Vice President for Special Projects at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he was responsible for major gift solicitation, leadership development, and foundation relations. He also served as executive liaison to the Savannah, Atlanta, and European Boards of Visitors. A native of Blowing Rock, North Carolina, Dr. Buxton has a long history of involvement with non-profit organizations in Appalachia. During the decade of the 1980s, he served as Executive Director of the sixteen-member Appalachian Consortium. In this capacity, he worked with faculty on research projects, scholarly conferences, and publications related to Appalachia. In 1987, he received a distinguished service award from the Blue Ridge Parkway in recognition of the historic studies he conducted of Mabry Mill, Moses H. Cone Estate, Davey Farm, and Brinegar Cabin. Dr. Buxton has served as president of science and history museums in North Carolina, Texas, and Georgia. In Houston, he worked with former President and First Lady George and Barbara Bush and the Harris County Medical Society to establish the Museum of Health and Medical Science. He was vice president of the North Carolina Grass Roots Science Museums and a co-founder of the Houston Museum District Association. An award-winning author who has written and edited over a dozen books, his centennial history of Blowing Rock, A Village Tapestry, was recognized as the best local history book in North Carolina in 1989. In a diverse career spanning 35 years, he has been a teacher, researcher, publisher, editor, and community leader with extensive international experience. He has served as a consultant to such diverse organizations as the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Tennessee State Board of Regents, National Endowment for the Humanities, and Texas A&M University. Dr. Buxton is a past member of the North Carolina Humanities Council and the Nebraska Humanities Council. Buxton holds two degrees from Appalachian State University, where he received his teacher certification and was an E.F. Lovill Fellow. His Ph.D. is from the University of Nebraska, and his dissertation was titled “Job Satisfaction of College and University Presidents.” Throughout his career, Dr. Buxton has received high marks for rolling up his sleeves and getting involved in community projects. He was the first non-hospitality professional to be chosen to serve as Chairman of Savannah’s powerful Convention and Visitors Bureau. He was also a member of the Chamber of Commerce executive committee and served on the boards of Bethesda Home for Boys, YMCA, the Lucas Theatre, Historic Savannah Foundation, and the Savannah Economic Development Authority. In North Carolina, he was statewide Chairman of Project Assist (a smoking cessation initiative), and a board member of United Way and the Asheville Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Buxton is married to artist Deborah Keyes Buxton and they have two sons: Loren, a technology executive in Nebraska, and Peter, who lives in New York City and works in television and commercial production. Dr. Buxton’s avocational interests include tennis, bicycling, and landscape architecture.

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Craig McPhail is in his third year as Director of Athletics at Lees-McRae College. McPhail oversees all day-to-day operations of the Lees-McRae athletic department and the 18 sports the college sponsors. In his first year the athletic teams had great success, with the men’s soccer program competing for the national championship, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s tennis and men’s track and field reaching the NCAA Division II tournaments. The Bobcats’ success on the field rivaled what they did in the classroom as 159 student-athletes made the Presidential Honor Roll for athletics, the second-most in Conference Carolinas. Several key areas were improved in his first year as the department received a full-time NCAA Director of Compliance, added banners to the gym documenting the department’s NCAA success, upholstery of weight room equipment complete with signage and banners, window decals, painting of the front entryway and asphalt seal coating. Renovated softball facilities, outdoor tennis complex, press box, reintroduction of the Hall of Fame and a Bobcat Club have also each been a part of his short time at the helm. McPhail previously served as the assistant athletic director at Lees-McRae, working with community service projects, managing the awards banquets, handling the publicity and marketing of the athletic department and monitoring the overall experience of the studentathletes at Lees-McRae. He has served on several committees within the College for retention, judicial review, graduation and community service. He has also represented the College as a member of CoSIDA, United States Cross Country/Track Coaches Association, USA Track and Field, Conference Carolinas chair for both cross country and track and field and recently finished his appointment as chair of the NCAA Division II Cross Country/Track and Field committee. As the head men’s and women’s cross country coach for 11 years, his teams had great success in and out of the classroom with 13 conference championships in men’s and women’s cross country, as well as track and field, a program whose re-instatement he was an integral part of. He has coached 73 all-Conference student-athletes, 31 of those gaining all-Region honors, while watching them regularly receive Academic AllAmerica honors over the past decade. McPhail’s peers have voted him Conference Coach of the Year 11 times, and he has also garnered Regional Coach of the Year three times. Additionally, he has guided 38 Lees-McRae student-athletes to NCAA Division II National Championships. McPhail’s time in the community has been well served with numerous organizations, including the local Young Life organization, the Special Olympics torch run, the Banner Elk Christian Fellowship Church, as well as a Lees-McRae Mountain Day athletic coordinator, Wooly Worm Road Race organizer, Turkey Trot organizer, and as a caddy at Diamond Creek Golf Club. He graduated from Winthrop University with a degree in mass communications (journalism) and a minor in interpersonal speech. McPhail also has a Master’s degree in sport management from Georgia Southern University. McPhail is married to the former Jill Clawson. They are the proud parents of 10-month old son Elijah Boggs McPhail.

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Athletics Staff

2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer

Dr. James Carson Faculty Athletic Representative

Thomas Cason M/W Cross Country Head Coach M/W Track & Field Asst. Coach/Distance

Ley Fletcher M/W Track & Field Head Coach

James Goodridge Men’s Volleyball Head Coach

Phillip Greene Community Relations Manager

Steve Hardin Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Jim Hart Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Joe Hawkins Head Athletic Trainer

Bradley Huff Assistant Athletic Trainer

Craig McPhail Director of Athletics

Cally Morrill Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Whitney Noble Sports Information Director

Michael Nyquist Assistant Athletic Trainer

Gordon Polsgrove Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Scott Polsgrove Assistant Athletic Dir. Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Wes Schneider Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

David Shervington Athletic Operations Director of Camps

Rita Smith Director of Athletic Training SWA

Jill Sparrow Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lee Squires Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Tash Taylor Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Keith Turner M/W Tennis Head Coach

Nick Wagner Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Jeff Watson Asst. AD/Compliance M/W Track & Field Asst. Coach/Throws

Nick Whiting Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Sebastian Wild Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Merritt Yackey Softball Head Coach Assistant Athletic Dir.

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Brendan Arthur Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach

2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer

Coaching Staff

Cally Morrill

Lees-McRae Athletics: Success Elevated

Head Women’s Soccer Coach University of Alabama, 2007 Cally Morrill is in her second season as the head women’s soccer coach at Lees-McRae. Morrill came to Lees-McRae in December 2009, after serving three seasons as an assistant coach at nearby Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C. She took over the reins of a women’s soccer program which finished fifth in Conference Carolinas in 2009 with an 11-7-1 overall record. The University of Alabama graduate made an immediate impact in her first season, leading the Bobcats to a 14-6 finish, which marks the program’s best record since the 2000 campaign when LMC posted a 17-6 overall mark. Lees-McRae also posted its highest finish in the Conference Carolinas standings since the 2003 campaign, concluding the regular season with an 8-2 mark against league opponents en route to a semifinal berth in the conference tournament, and a tie for second in the final league standings. Under Morrill’s leadership, the Bobcats cracked the top 10 in the NSCAA/Hendrickcars.com NCAA Division II Southeast Region poll in back-to-back weeks, while also concluding the season ranked 10th in the nation in scoring offense. In addition to the team’s success in 2010, Morrill mentored five all-conference players, including Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region Second team selection MaryBeth Sullivan. Senior Brittany Bolton also earned a spot on the all-conference second team, while juniors Brooke Santerre and Mary Dorn joined Sullivan on the first team. Junior Vickie Rich also earned a spot on the all-conference second team. Morrill starred on the pitch for the University of Alabama from 2002-2005, where she was a four-year starter, served as a team captain as a senior, and earned team MVP honors. During her career at Alabama, Morrill also spent time interning as a strength and conditioning coach for the Alabama women’s volleyball and women’s soccer programs as part of her degree work in sports and exercise. Morrill spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Lenoir-Rhyne, where she was an integral part of the Bears’ success during the 2009 campaign when L-R posted an impressive 14-7-2 record. She also serves as an assistant coach for the 95’ girls’ North Carolina Olympic Development Program.

Nick Whiting Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach University of West Florida, 2007 Nick Whiting is in his second season at Lees-McRae as the assistant coach under head coach Cally Morrill. Whiting helped guide Lees-McRae to one of the best seasons in program history in 2010, as the Bobcats posted the school’s highest win total since 2000 with a 14-6 overall record. Lees-McRae also posted its highest finish in the Conference Carolinas standings since the 2003 campaign, concluding the regular season with an 8-2 mark against league opponents en route to a semifinal berth in the conference tournament, and a tie for second in the final league standings. Whiting spent the 2009 season at Catawba College, where he helped the Indians to a 13-5-2 record, a sixth-place ranking in the NSCAA Southeast Regional poll and a trip to the South Atlantic Conference semifinals. Whiting’s primary responsibility at Catawba was recruiting, where he helped the Indians sign seven players on National Signing Day. He also served as the goalkeepers coach, guiding the Indian net minders to nine shutouts and a goals against average of 0.86. In 2008, Whiting was a graduate-assistant coach at Western Carolina University during their Southern Conference championship season. His primary responsibilities included game day operations and recruiting. 
Prior to his time at WCU, Whiting spent a year at Jacksonville University as a media relations assistant for both the men and women’s soccer teams, as well as several other sports. 
Whiting also coached the U-11 FCCA Rowan Revolution while working at Catawba. He has previously worked summer soccer camps at Austin Peay, Western Carolina and Jacksonville. 
 A native of Panama City, Fla., Whiting is a 2007 graduate of the University of West Florida, having earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in communications with a specialization in public relations.

Year-by-Year/Coaching Records Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

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Overall Record 17-3 14-2-1 19-3 16-3 13-5 15-6 13-5-3 19-3 16-6-2 13-8 9-10 6-13 12-9-1 17-6 12-7-1 14-6-1 11-6-3 4-13-3 3-12-2 6-11-1 5-15 11-9 11-8-1 14-6 224-164

Winning Percentage 0.850 0.853 0.848 0.842 0.722 0.714 0.690 0.864 0.708 0.619 0.474 0.316 0.568 0.739 0.625 0.690 0.625 0.275 0.235 0.361 0.250 0.550 0.575 0.700 0.577

Conference Record 8-0 8-0 6-1 5-1 n/a n/a 2-1-1 5-1 6-3-1 8-2 5-4 3-7 7-3-1 10-1 7-3-1 7-3-1 7-1-2 2-6-2 2-8-1 3-7-1 3-8 3-8 7-4 8-2 95-72

Winning Percentage 1.000 1.000 0.857 0.833 n/a n/a 0.625 0.833 0.650 0.800 0.556 0.300 0.682 0.909 0.682 0.682 0.800 0.300 0.227 0.318 0.273 0.273 0.636 0.800 0.569

Conference Finish 1st 1st 1st 1st n/a n/a 2nd 2nd 4th T-2nd T-4th 8th T-4th T-1st 5th T-4th 2nd 8th 10th 8th 9th 10th 5th T-2nd 5 titles

Conference Tournament n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Champions T-3rd Champions T-3rd T-5th T-5th T-5th T-3rd Champions T-5th T-3rd T-5th Runner-Up n/a T-5th n/a n/a T-3rd T-3rd 3 titles

National Tournament Region Champions Region Champions Region Champions Region Runner-Up n/a District Playoffs n/a District Playoffs District Playoffs n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 7 appearances

Head Coach Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Reid Estus Tracey Leipold Tracey Leipold Tracey Leipold Tracey Leipold Renee Lopez Renee Lopez Renee Lopez Renee Lopez Renee Lopez Cally Morrill 4 coaches

Coach’s Coach’s Overall Record Conf. Record 199-82-8 73-24-3

41-32-8

23-13-6

36-55-4

18-35-2

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Support Staff

2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer

Merritt Yackey Assistant Athletic Director External Operations Merritt Yackey is in his second season as the assistant athletic director for external operations at Lees-McRae. Yackey assists with fundraising efforts and special projects within the Bobcat athletic department and its 17 intercollegiate sports. Yackey is also in his second year as the Bobcats’ head softball coach, taking the reins of a program that finished the 2009 season with a 23-19 overall record, which marked the school’s first winning campaign in 10 years. In his first season with the Bobcats, Yackey led the program to a 12-32 record and a 5-13 mark in Conference Carolinas play. He took the Bobcats to new heights in 2010, leading Lees-McRae to a 26-27 overall record and the program’s first-ever winning season in conference play with a 10-8 mark against league opponents. For his efforts, Yackey was named the Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year, as the Bobcats placed four on the all-conference teams. Yackey brings over 25 years of experience in higher education. He was Director of Development/Special Giving at Albion College from 1988-1993, Director of Development at Converse College from 1995-1996, Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving at Catawba College from 1997-2000, Special Assistant to the President/Campaign Director at Limestone College from 2000-2002, Vice President for Development at Mansfield University from 2002-2004 and Vice President for Advancement at Lees-McRae College from 2004-2007. Yackey also served as the head softball coach at local Avery High School from 2007-2009.

Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance Anderson University (S.C.), 2006 Jeff Watson is in his third year as the Director of Compliance, and first as an assistant athletic director for the Lees-McRae athletic department. During the 2009-2010 school year, Watson represented Lees-McRae and Conference Carolinas in Anaheim, Calif. as the recipient of the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association/NCAA Division II Grant. Watson, a graduate of Anderson University, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and a minor in public relations. At Anderson, Watson was a member of the men’s track and field team and named the team’s MVP in 2003. During his career, he finished in the top ten of every meet in which he competed. He also set school records in the shot-put and discus.

Whitney Noble Sports Information Director University of Tampa, 2008 Whitney Noble is in his second year as the Sports Information Director in the Lees-McRae athletic department. Noble is responsible for all sports information needs of Lees-McRae’s 18 intercollegiate sports. Noble joins the Bobcats from nearby Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn., where he served as the Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations for two years. While at Tusculum, Noble served as the primary contact for the Pioneer men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball, cross country, and men’s and women’s tennis programs. A native of Boxborough, Mass., Noble completed his Bachelor’s of Science degree in sport management from the University of Tampa in May 2008. Noble worked in the Spartans’ sports information office as a student assistant from 2004-07, before being named to the assistant director post prior to the 2007-08 academic year. During his undergraduate years at Tampa, Noble covered 13 of UT’s 16 athletic teams in various capacities, serving as the primary contact for men’s soccer in 2006 and 2007, as well as baseball in 2008. While at Tampa, he helped write and design several media guides for soccer, baseball, basketball, and volleyball, as well as being the primary designer of the 2008 baseball media guide. The 2006 Tampa Men’s Soccer media guide, which he helped produce, was selected third in the nation (Division B) by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Noble brings a tremendous amount of championship experience with him, having been an integral part of the sports information staff at a number of NCAA Tournament events throughout his career, including serving as the primary statistician and media contact for the 2008 NCAA Division II Southeast Region Men’s Soccer Tournament, which was hosted by Tusculum. In 2007-08, he also served on the statistics staff for the NCAA Division III Soccer National Championship in Orlando, Fla. and the NCAA II South Regional Baseball Tournament, hosted by Tampa. In 2007, he also worked with ESPN with the Arena Football Playoffs in Tampa.

Phillip Greene Community Relations Manager Milligan College, 2002 Phillip Greene is in his second season as the Community Relations Manager for the Lees-McRae Athletic Department. Greene spent the previous year as the sports editor and photographer for The Avery Post, a local newspaper in Newland, N.C., and as a youth minister at Elk Park Christain Church in Elk Park, N.C. Greene wears multiple hats for the Lees-McRae Athletic department including: managing the department’s travel schedule, game day set up, community events during athletic contests and assisting the sports information director with feature stories, photos, public relations and Lees-McRae Honors Night. Greene is a graduate of Milligan College where he majored in communications with a minor in youth ministry.

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The Roster

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No. 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 26

Name Alicia Pierson Mary Biehner Ally Titsworth Mary Gibson Meagan Thornton Cynthia Cervantes Katy McGee Mary Dorn Brooke Santerre Vickie Rich Ariana Smith Alex Trujic Kaitlyn Kerrigan Samantha Arendt MaryBeth Sullivan Emily Jones Lauren Griffin Jessica O’Leary Monica Young LeeAnn Sullivan Kaitlyn Briggs Mary Bowers Jessica Cardenas

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

Ht. 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-3 5-11 5-5 5-5 5-2 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-8 5-10 5-6 5-4

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

Hometown/Previous School Brooksville, Fla./Nature Coast HS Wilmington, N.C./Cape Fear Academy Holmes Beach, Fla./Manatee HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Pope John Paul II HS Millville, N.J./Millville HS El Paso, Texas/Bel Air HS Hudson, Fla./Hudson HS Shallotte, N.C./Appalachian State University Port Republic, Md./Calvert HS Arlington Heights, Ill./Buffalo Grove HS Jackson, N.J./Jackson Memorial HS Venice, Fla./Venice HS Lakewood Ranch, Fla./Lakewood Ranch HS Franklinton, N.C./Franklinton HS Greensboro, N.C./UNC Charlotte Leonardtown, Md./Leonardtown HS Kernersville, N.C./East Forsythe HS Millbury, Mass./Marianapolis Prep School Supply, N.C./West Brunswick HS Greensboro, N.C./Meredith College Oviedo, Fla./Hagerty HS Alexandria, Va./Bishop O’Connell HS Bakersfield, Calif./Liberty HS

Pronunciation BEE-ner

Suh-ANN-terr TRU-juh-IC

Cuh-arr-DEE-nuh-uss

Head Coach: Cally Morrill Assistant Coach: Nick Whiting

Muh-ORR-ull White-ing

Alphabetical

Front Row (L-R): Ally Titsworth, Cynthia Cervantes, Meagan Thornton, Vickie Rich, Brooke Santerre, Mary Gibson, Jessica Cardenas, Mary Bowers, Jessica O’Leary, Alex Trujic, Mary Dorn. Back Row: Assistant Athletic Trainer Michael Nyquist, Head Coach Cally Morrill, MaryBeth Sullivan, Katy McGee, LeeAnn Sullivan, Samantha Arendt, Mary Biehner, Kaitlyn Briggs, Alicia Pierson, Lauren Griffin, Monica Young, Ariana Smith, Emily Jones, Kaitlyn Kerrigan, Assistant Coach Nick Whiting.

Roster Breakdown By Class Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

7 5 6 5

By State/Country California Florida Illinois Maryland Massachusetts New Jersey North Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia

1 6 1 2 1 2 7 1 1 1

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By Position Goalkeeper 3 Defender 8 Midfielder 12 Forward 6 *Five players listed at Multiple positions By Height 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-10 5-11

1 1 6 2 8 3 1 1

By Major Accounting Athletic Training Business Administration Criminal Justice Elementary Education English History International Studies Pre-Professional Biology Psychology Sports Science Undeclared Wildlife Biology * Two Double Majors

2 4 2 1 2 1 1 1 6 1 2 1 1

Birthdays by Month January February March April May June July August September October November December

1 1 1 3 4 2 2 2 1 3 1 2

No. 14 1 25 22 26 5 7 3 18 17 13 6 19 00 9 8 10 21 15 4 2 11 20

Name Samantha Arendt Mary Biehner Mary Bowers Kaitlyn Briggs Jessica Cardenas Cynthia Cervantes Mary Dorn Mary Gibson Lauren Griffin Emily Jones Kaitlyn Kerrigan Katy McGee Jessica O’Leary Alicia Pierson Vickie Rich Brooke Santerre Ariana Smith LeeAnn Sullivan Mary Beth Sullivan Meagan Thornton Ally Titsworth Alex Trujic Monica Young

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Season Preview

FORWARDS MaryBeth Sullivan returns to the attacking third for the Bobcats after a tremendous rookie campaign, leading LMC with 14 goals and 37 points last season while also dishing out nine assists. The Greensboro, N.C. native will be joined by a trio of gifted returners, as well as a pair of promising newcomers, to give the Bobcats a deep and talented attacking corps. Rich returns for her senior season with a chance to cement her name among the program’s all-time greats, needing just 25 points to move into a tie for fifth on the school’s career points list. The Arlington Heights, Ill. native posted another solid Sophomore MaryBeth Sullivan campaign for the Bobcats 2010 Daktronics all-Southeast Region last season, totaling 11 goals, eight assists, and 30 points, while ranking second in the conference with six match-winners. Fellow senior Jessica O’Leary (Millbury, Mass.) returns with high expectations for her final campaign after a solid junior season, in which she posted three goals, three assists, and nine points in 18 starts. Junior Mary Bowers (Alexandria, Va.) is expected to compete for playing time after sitting out last season, and making 12 appearances during her freshman campaign. The Bobcats also welcome a pair of exciting and talented freshmen into the fold this season, as Meagan Thornton (Millville, N.J.) and Samantha Arendt (Franklinton, N.C.) join the program to provide two new attacking options for coach Morrill. Thornton comes to the Bobcats from Millville Senior High School in Millville, N.J., where she was a three-time all-conference performer. Arendt joins LMC from Franklinton High School in Franklinton, N.C., where she was a two-time all-region and four-time all-conference honoree, as well as earning a spot on four consecutive academic all-conference teams. MIDFIELDERS The Bobcat midfield is once again expected to be one of the team’s biggest strengths, with Santerrre, Kaitlyn Kerrigan (Lakewood Ranch, Fla.), and Emily Jones (Leonardtown, Md.) returning to anchor the middle of the park for LMC. Santerre enjoyed a breakout season in 2010, posting career highs in goals (eight), assists (seven), and points (23) en route to a first-team all-conference selection. Kerrigan and Jones return for their junior seasons after putting together solid sophomore campaigns in the Green and Gold. A native of Lakewood Ranch, Fla., Kerrigan made a tremendous impact in all areas of the pitch last season, posting four goals as well as a team-best 11 assists, concluding the campaign ranked 12th in the nation in helpers per match (0.58). Jones put together a fine season of her own, totaling four goals and four assists for the Bobcats.

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Lauren Griffin is back in the fold for her junior season with the Bobcats after making seven appearances last fall, and will be expected to compete for playing time in the center of the park. Joining the veteran presence in the midfield will be a pair of promising freshmen, as Cynthia Cervantes (El Paso, Texas) and Alex Trujic (Venice, Fla.) joins the Bobcats Senior Brooke Santerre after successful careers at 2010 all-Conference Carolinas First Team the prep level. Cervantes starred for Bel Air High School in El Paso, Texas, earning team MVP honors on three occasions while leading her club team to backto-back appearances in the region finals. Trujic comes to LMC from Venice High School in Venice, Fla., where she was a two-time Defensive MVP after garnering all-state, all-league, and all-county honors while attending Pompton Lakes High School, located in Pompton Lakes, N.J., in 2007. DEFENDERS Seniors Mary Gibson (Hendersonville, Tenn.) and Dorn return to anchor the Bobcat backline, fresh off a season in which LMC held opponents to 22 goals in 20 matches, including six shutouts. Gibson led the Bobcats in minutes played last season, logging over 1,700 minutes while recording one assist. Dorn once again provided a veteran and calming presence in her second season in the Green and Gold, making 16 starts and logging nearly 1,400 minutes while adding a goal. Jessica Cardenas (Bakersfield, Calif.) and Monica Young (Supply, N.C.) return for their junior campaigns with the Bobcats after providing much needed depth along the backline last season. Cardenas appeared in 14 matches last fall, including seven starts, while logging over 800 minutes in her sophomore season at LMC. Young took the pitch in nine matches last season, totaling one goal and one assist in limited action. Sophomore Katy McGee (Hudson, Fla.) returns after a solid rookie season in which she totaled three goals, one assist, and seven points while logging nearly 1,700 minutes and starting every match for the Bobcats. Fellow sophomore LeeAnn Sullivan (Greensboro, N.C.) Senior Mary Gibson is back in the fold after 2010 team leader in minutes played red-shirting last season following her transfer from Meredith College in Raleigh, N.C. The Bobcats also welcome a pair of promising freshmen into their defending corps, as Ariana Smith (Jackson, N.J.) and Ally Titsworth (Holmes Beach, Fla.) come to LMC following stellar prep careers. Smith joins the Bobcats from Jackson Memorial High School in Jackson, N.J., where she led her team to back-to-back NJ Central Jersey Group IV state championships, as well as back-to-back appearances in the overall state semifinals. Titsworth comes to LMC from Manatee High School in Bradenton, Fla., where she was a four-year letter-winner and recipient of both the Coaches’ and Captain’s Award. GOALKEEPERS The Bobcats will have a new face spending the bulk of the time between the pipes this season with the departure of Bolton. There is expected to be stiff competition for minutes in LMC’s six-yard box, with junior Mary Biehner (Wilmington, N.C.) contending with sophomore Alicia Pierson (Brooksville, Fla.) and freshman Kaitlyn Briggs (Oviedo, Fla.) for the starting nod. Biehner has yet to take the pitch for the Bobcats in her career, but provides a critical locker room presence and is a vital component in the chemistry of the team. Pierson is ready to prove herself at the college level after limited playing time in her freshman season, appearing in three matches and logging just over 60 minutes, while stopping the only shot she faced. Briggs joins the Bobcats from Hagerty High School in Oviedo, Fla., where she garnered all-conference honors in each of the last three seasons, while earning a spot on the FACA all-Star team as a senior. OUTLOOK With a battle-tested corps of veterans and a promising group of newcomers, the Bobcats look to utilize their depth to full effect and take advantage of an envious blend of youth, talent, and experience to build on the success of last season. Coach Morrill’s squad will face a demanding schedule and loftier expectations, as the Bobcats hope to continue their rise and return the program to the glory it once enjoyed.

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Lees-McRae Athletics: Success Elevated

The Lees-McRae women’s soccer program opens the 2011 campaign with high hopes, charging into head coach Cally Morrill’s second year at the helm following one of the most successful seasons in school history. With the return of 16 letter-winners, a strong core of veteran seniors, and one of the most talented recruiting classes in recent memory, the Bobcats look primed to build upon their second-place finish in the conference last season and challenge for the program’s second Conference Carolinas crown. Lees-McRae put together an impressive debut season for coach Morrill, posting a 14-6 overall record while going 8-2 in conference play en route to the program’s first top-four finish in the Senior Vickie Rich league standings since 2009 Daktronics All-American 2003. The Bobcats showed tremendous improvement in all facets of the game last season, registering decisive victories over Limestone, King (Tenn.), Brevard, and Coker. Lees-McRae advanced to the semifinal round of the conference tournament for the second straight year, nearly upsetting top-seeded and regular season champion Belmont Abbey before the Abbey netted a last-minute winner to break the Bobcats’ hearts and end their season. Several Bobcats garnered individual recognition last season, including freshman MaryBeth Sullivan (Greensboro, N.C.), who earned a spot on the Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region Second Team, as well as the allConference Carolinas First Team. Joining Sullivan on the all-conference first team were Brooke Santerre (Port Republic, Md.) and Mary Dorn (Shallotte, N.C.), while Vickie Rich (Arlington Heights, Ill.) and Brittany Bolton (Roanoke, Va.) each earned a spot on the second team.

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Career Highs Cat. Goals Points Shots

No. 1 2 2

Date 9.4.10 9.4.10 10.28.09

Opponent Milligan Milligan Milligan

Mary Dorn’s Career Statistics Year MP 2009 19 2010 16 TOTAL 35

MS 18 16 34

Min. 1359 1361 2720

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 2 2

Shots 4 5 9

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Senior ∙ Defender ∙ 5-5 Shallotte, N.C. Appalachian State University As a junior (2010): AllConference Carolinas First team…Appeared and started in 16 matches… Scored her first career goal at Milligan (Sep. 4)... As a sophomore (2009): All-Conference Carolinas Second team…Appeared in 19 matches, including 18 starts…Recorded four shots...Previous school (2008): Attended Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C...High School: Graduated from West Brunswick High School in South Brunswick, N.C… Coached by Tripp Smith…Four-time all-conference selection…Three-time all-region honoree…Played club soccer for Cape Fear ’90 Wave...Personal: Born on April 5, 1990 in Supply, N.C…Daughter of Leonard and Paula Dorn…Has one brother, Will…Majoring in accounting…Plans to attend graduate school…Member of Sigma Beta Delta Business Honor Society, Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society...More about Mary: Favorite book: “She’s Come Undone”…Favorite midnight snack: Popcorn…Favorite movie: “The Basketball Diaries”…Favorite musical artist: Modest Mouse…Favorite sports team: Notre Dame football…Favorite athletes: Former LMC cyclist Carla Swart and former US Olympic soccer player Michelle Akers…Favorite color: Red… Favorite food: Pizza…Favorite sports other than soccer: Surfing and snowboarding…When Mary was a kid, she tried to be like: Mike.

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MWG 0 0 0

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As a junior (2010): Appeared and started in all 20 matches…Led the team in minutes played (1714)…Played the full 90 minutes in all but three matches…Tallied an assist at St. Andrews (Oct. Cat. No. Date Opponent 23)…Season-high four shots at Erskine (Oct. 26). Goals 1 10.27.08 Southern Va. As a sophomore (2009): Appeared in 20 matches, Assists 1 10.23.10 St. Andrews including 19 starts…Played at least 80 minutes Points 2 10.27.08 Southern Va. in all but one match...As a freshman (2008): Shots 4 10.26.10 Erskine Appeared in 19 matches, including 16 starts… Played at least 80 minutes in all but four matches… Tallied one goal and one assist…Notched her first career assist against Columbia (Sep. 11)…Scored her first career goal against Southern Virginia (Oct. 27)...High School: Graduated from Pope John Paul II High School in Hendersonville, Tenn…Coached by Mike McLaren…Second team all-county in 2006… First team all-county in 2007…Played club soccer for Brentwood Pride…Coached by Mark Champion. Personal: Born on Feb. 12, 1990 in Hendersonville, Tenn…Daughter of Thomas and Cheryl Gibson… Has one brother, Andrew, and one sister, Ashley… Majoring in athletic training with a minor in physical education…Plans to attend graduate school for occupational therapy...More about Mary: Favorite book: “Thirteen Reasons”…Favorite midnight snack: Chips…Favorite movie: “Harry Potter”…Favorite musical artist: Keith Urban… Favorite song: “Sweet Thing” by Keith Urban… Favorite sports teams: Nashville Predators and Tennessee Titans…Favorite athlete: Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid…Favorite saying by Coach Morrill: “Don’t leave anything behind! Give it your all”…Mary can’t imagine a week without: Food…Mary’s advice to kids: “Don’t ever give up on your dreams”…Favorite color: Lime green… Favorite food: Sushi…Favorite sport other than soccer: Hockey…Person Mary most admires: Her sister, Ashley…Best advice Mary has ever been given: “Don’t give up and push through anything”…What people don’t know about Mary: She loves to cook…When Mary was a kid, she tried to be like: Her father…When people first meet Mary, they think: She’s very shy.

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Senior ∙ Midfield/Forward ∙ 5-4 Millbury, Mass. Marianapolis Prep School

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As a junior (2010): Appeared in 20 matches, areer ighs including 18 starts…Posted three goals and a career-high three assists to equal her Cat. No. Date Opponent personal-best of nine points…Opened the Goals 1 Several times season with a goal against North Georgia (Sep. Assists 1 Several times 2)…Scored in back-to-back matches against Points 3 9.08.10 Mars Hill Mars Hill (Sep. 8) and Limestone (Sep. 11)… Shots 6 9.29.10 Montreat Assisted on the match-winner against Mars Hill...As a sophomore (2009): Appeared in 20 matches, including 14 starts…Recorded two goals…Scored in back-to-back matches against Belmont Abbey (Oct. 6) and Trevecca Nazarene (Oct. 13)...As a freshman (2008): Appeared in 20 matches, including 11 starts…Fourth on the team in goals (four) and fifth in points (nine)… Scored the match-winner in her collegiate debut at Ferrum (Sep. 2)…Notched her second goal of the season against Brevard (Sep. 8)… Tallied the match-winner at St. Andrews (Sep. 13)…Posted her first career assist against Southern Virginia (Oct. 27)...High School: Graduated from Marianapolis Preparatory School in Thompson, Conn…Coached by Esad Darman…Four-time all-league selection… Two-time all-conference honoree…Two-time team MVP…Boston Globe All-Star in 2006… School career and single-season record-holder for most goals and points…Played club soccer for Delta FC…Coached by Andrew Hush...Personal: Born on July 10, 1990 in Worcester, Mass…Daughter of Thomas and Nancy O’Leary…Cousin Steve Perhoda played lacrosse at Hartford University…Majoring in business administration and international studies…Plans to participate in a study abroad internship and pursue a master’s degree in international relations…Conference Carolinas all-Academic team...Member of Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society...More about Jessica: Favorite book: “The Five People You Meet in Heaven”…Favorite musical artist: Citizens Cope…Favorite song: “Mr. Jones” by Counting Crows…Favorite sports team: Arsenal…Favorite athlete: Carlos Tevez of Manchester City….Jessica can’t imagine a week without: Exercise…Jessica’s advice to kids: “Always try new things”…Favorite color: Red…Favorite food: Sushi…Favorite sport other than soccer: Equestrian…People Jessica most admires: Her parents…Best advice Jessica has ever been given: “Never quit”…When Jessica was a kid, she tried to be like: Former US Olympic soccer player Julie Foudy.

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Jessica O’Leary’s Career Statistics Year MP 2008 20 2009 20 2010 20 TOTAL 60

MS Min. 11 575 14 926 18 1323 43 2824

G 4 2 3 9

A 1 0 3 4

Pts. 9 4 9 22

Shots 30 32 36 98

Shot % .133 .062 .083 .092

MWG 2 0 0 2

Mary Gibson’s Career Statistics Year MP 2008 19 2009 20 2010 20 TOTAL 59

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MS 16 19 20 55

Min. 918 1498 1714 4130

G 1 0 0 1

A 1 0 1 1

Pts. 3 0 1 4

Shots 12 0 6 18

Shot % .083 .000 .000 .056

MWG 0 0 0 0

The Bobcats’ 2011 Senior Class From Left to Right: Mary Gibson, Mary Dorn, Brooke Santerre, Vickie Rich, Jessica O’Leary

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Senior ∙ Midfield/Forward ∙ 5-2 Arlington Heights, Ill. Buffalo Grove HS

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Vickie Rich’s Career Statistics Year MP 2008 20 2009 20 2010 20 TOTAL 60

MS 19 18 20 57

Min. 925 1279 1547 3751

G 5 15 11 31

A 3 7 8 18

Pts. 13 37 30 80

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Shots 51 58 69 178

Shot % .098 .259 .159 .174

MWG 1 5 6 12

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Senior ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-5 Port Rebuplic, md. Calvert HS

In the Record Book: Tied for fourth in program areer ighs history in career assists per match (0.22)... Seventh in match-winners (four)…Tied for Cat. No. Date Opponent ninth in career assists (13)...As a junior Goals 3 9.27.10 Converse (2010): All-Conference Carolinas First team… Assists 2 9.27.10 Converse Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (Sep. Points 8 9.27.10 Converse 28)…Appeared and started in all 20 matches… Shots 8 9.27.10 Converse Ranked sixth in the conference in points (23)…Tied for eighth in goals (eight)…Tied for seventh in assists (seven)…Third on the team in goals and points…Tied for fourth in assists… Career highs in goals, assists, and points… Five-match points streak (Sep. 18-29)…Backto-back match-winners at King (Sep. 22) and Barton (Sep. 25)…Notched two goals and one assist at Barton…Season-high three goals, two assists, and eight points against Converse (Sep. 27)…Tallied a goal and an assist against Brevard (Oct. 15)...As a sophomore (2009): Appeared in 20 matches, including 19 starts…Posted one goal and three assists…Tallied a goal and an assist against St. Andrews (Oct. 3)...As a freshman (2008): Tied for second on the team in assists (three)…Tied for fifth in goals (three) and points (nine)…Scored her first collegiate goal in her debut at Ferrum (Sep. 2)...Tallied the match-winner against Converse (Sep. 17)… Notched an assist and the match-winner against Southern Virginia (Oct. 27)...High School: Graduated from Calvert High School in Port Republic, Md...Personal: Born on Aug. 22, 1990 in Port Republic, Md…Daughter of Charles and Mary Santerre…Has four brothers, Luke, Brady, Duncan, and Gavin…Has one sister, Mallory…Majoring in psychology with a minor in sociology…Plans to go to graduate school for occupational therapy with a specialization in autism…ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District III Second team in 2010 first selection in program history...Conference Carolinas all-Academic team...Alpha Chi Honor Society…Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society…Recipient of the Psychology Department Award in 2011...More about Brooke: Favorite book: “The Kite Runner”…Favorite midnight snack: Anything with chocolate…Favorite musical artists: Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney…Favorite song: “Mmmbop” by Hanson…Favorite athletes: Former US Olympic soccer player Michelle Akers and Steven Gerrard of Liverpool FC… Favorite color: Green…Favorite sports other than soccer: Tennis and swimming…People Brook most admires: Her parents…Best advice Brooke has ever been given: “Just do it”.

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Brooke Santerre’s Career Statistics Year MP 2008 20 2009 20 2010 20 TOTAL 60

MS 20 19 20 59

Min. 921 1412 1601 3934

G 3 1 8 12

A 3 3 7 13

Pts. 9 5 23 37

Shots 32 12 61 105

Mary Biehner Junior ∙ Goalkeeper ∙ 5-6 Wilmington, N.C. Cape Fear Academy

Shot % .094 .083 .131 .114

MWG 2 0 2 4

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High School: Graduated from Cape Fear Academy in Wilmington, N.C…Coached by Meade McFarlane…Back-to-back team MVP in 2008 and 2009…second team all-region in 2008…third team all-area in 2009...Recipient of her high school’s Wendy’s Heisman honor in 2008...Personal: Born on April 24, 1991 in Norfolk, Va…Daughter of Barbara Biehner…Mother Barbara played tennis at Emory University…Majoring in athletic training…Plans to pursue a career as an athletic trainer with a professional sports team...More about Mary: Favorite book: “Ender’s Game”… Favorite movie: “Bad Boys II”….Favorite musical artist: Linkin Park…Favorite song: “Rise Above This” by Seether…Favorite sports team: New England Revolution…Favorite athlete: Kasey Keller of Seattle Sounders FC…Favorite saying by Coach Morrill: “I can’t wait to see you play”…Mary can’t imagine a week without: Music…Mary’s advice to kids: “You can never learn too much”…Favorite colors: Blue, green, and brown…Favorite food: Anything healthy…Favorite sport other than soccer: Field hockey…Person Mary most admires: Her mother…Best advice Mary has ever been given: “Don’t give up”.

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In the Record Book: Second in career matchareer ighs winning goals (12)… Third in career assists per match (0.30)…Fourth in career goals Cat. No. Date Opponent per match (0.52)…Fifth in career points Goals 3 Two times per match (1.33)…Tied for seventh in Assists 2 Four times career assists (18)…Eighth in career goals Points 8 10.13.09 Trev. Naz. (31)…Ninth in career points (80)...As a Shots 10 9.04.10 Milligan junior (2010): All-Conference Carolinas Second team…Appeared and started in all 20 matches…Led the team and fourth in program history with six match-winners… Second in goals (11) and points (30)…Third in assists (eight)… Third in the conference in goals (11)…Sixth in assists (eight)…Scored the deciding goal in three straight matches (Sep. 4-11)…Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (Sep. 14)…Notched a goal in five of the first seven matches of the season, including four match-winners…Delivered the winner from the penalty spot against Mount Olive (Sep. 18)…Posted one goal and a season-high two assists against Converse (Sep. 27)…Added two assists at Montreat (Sep. 29)…Scored the match-winner at St. Andrews (Oct. 23)…Season-high two goals against Coker (Oct. 30)…Posted one goal and one assist in the conference tournament semifinal at Belmont Abbey (Nov. 4)...As a sophomore (2009): Daktronics NCAA Division II All-America Third team…Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region First team…All-Conference Carolinas First team…Fourth in program history in single-season points per match (1.85) and fifth in goals per match (0.75)…Sixth in match-winners (five)…Appeared in 20 matches, including 18 starts…Ranked 36th in NCAA II in points per match (1.75)…47th in goals per match (0.70)…Led the conference in points (37), goals (15), and assists (seven)… Led the team in goals (15), assists (seven), points (37), and match-winners (five)… Scored a goal in six straight matches (Sep. 5-28)…Tallied the match-winner against Erskine (Sep. 12)…Scored two goals, including the winner, against Ferrum (Sep. 22)… Notched a hat trick at Coker (Sep. 26), including the match-winner…Two goals against St. Andrews (Oct. 3)…Season-high three goals, two assists, and eight points against Trevecca Nazarene (Oct. 13)...Notched two assists at Mount Olive (Oct. 17)...As a freshman (2008): Appeared in 20 matches, including 19 starts…Second on the team in assists (three) and points (13), and third in goals (five)…Notched at least one point in each of her first three collegiate matches…Scored her first career goal against Columbia (Sep. 11)…Tallied a goal in back-to-back matches against Pikeville (Sep. 23) and Barton (Sep. 27)…Season-high three points at Barton…First career matchwinner against Anderson (Oct. 25)...High School: Graduated from Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Ill…Coached by Pat Duddle…Played club soccer for the Arlington Aces Academy…Coached by Stein Garcia…Two-year captain...Personal: Born on Nov. 21, 1989 in Melrose Park, Ill…Daughter of Michael and Rosanna Rich… Has one brother, Vincent, and one sister, Lidia…Majoring in accounting with a minor in psychology…Plans to attend graduate school and pursue a career as a certified public accountant...More about Vickie: Favorite books: “Twilight” series…Favorite midnight snack: Cookies and milk…Favorite musical artist: Coldplay…Favorite song: “The Show Goes On” by Lupe Fiasco…Favorite sports teams: Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, and Chicago Fire…Favorite athlete: Former US Olympic soccer player Mia Hamm…Vickie can’t imagine a week without: Her dog, Humphrey… Vickie’s advice to kids: “Don’t care what other people think of you”…Favorite color: Red…Favorite food: Her grandmother’s gnocchi…Favorite sports other than soccer: Basketball, volleyball, snowboarding, or rollerblading…Person Vickie most admires: Her grandmother… What people don’t know about Vickie: She’s super strong…When Vickie was a kid, she tried to be like: Former US soccer player Mia Hamm…When people first meet Vickie, they think: She’s either mean or shy.

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Junior ∙ Forward ∙ 5-6 Alexandria, Va. Bishop O’Connell HS

As a sophomore (2010): Did not play... areer ighs As a freshman (2009): Appeared in 12 matches…Recorded three shots...High School: Cat. No. Date Opponent Graduated from Bishop O’Connell High School Shots 2 9.19.09 Limestone in Arlington, Va…Coached by Alberto Starace… Played club soccer for SYC Patriots…Coached by Chuck Markson…Served as captain of her club squad...Personal: Born on Sep. 30, 1991 in Washington, D.C…Daughter of Mike and Susi Bowers…Has one brother, Will, and one sister, Jessi…Majoring in elementary education with a minor in psychology…Plans to pursue a career teaching either first or second grade...More about Mary: Favorite midnight snack: “Special K” cereal…Favorite movies: “The Hangover” and “Anchorman”…Favorite musical artists: Sublime, Kid Cudi, SOJA, and Rebelution…Favorite sports team: Washington Capitals…Favorite athletes: Brooks Laich of the Washington Capitals and David Beckman of Los Angeles Galaxy… Favorite color: Green…Favorite foods: Anything with cheese, pita bread and hummus… Favorite sport other than soccer: Hockey…People Mary most admires: Her parents.

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Junior ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-6 Kernersville, N.C. East Forsyth HS

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Mary Bower’s Career Statistics Year MP 2009 12 2010 TOTAL 12

MS Min. 0 308 0

308

G 0 0

A Pts. Shots 0 0 3 Did Not Play 0 0 3

Jessica Cardenas Junior ∙ Defender ∙ 5-4 Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty HS As a sophomore (2010): Appeared in 14 matches, including seven starts…Recorded three shots. As a freshman (2009): Appeared in 13 matches, including seven starts…Recorded an assist against Johnson Bible College (Sep. 7)... High School: Graduated from Liberty High School in Bakersfield, Calif...Personal: Full name is Jessica Marie Cardenas…Born on Mar. 15, 1991 in Bakersfield, Calif…Daughter of Jose Manuel Cardenas, Jr. and Maria Rivera…Has one brother, Jose Cardenas III…Majoring in preprofessional biology…Plans to attend medical school following graduation...More about Jessica: Favorite midnight snack: Ben & Jerry’s Strawberry Cheesecake ice cream…Favorite movie: “Beerfest”…Favorite sports teams: FC Barcelona and Manchester United…Jessica can’t imagine a week without: Food…Favorite color: Yellow…Favorite foods: Pepperoni pizza, bean and cheese burritos…Best advice Jessica has ever been given: “Don’t be afraid to try something new; you never know where it might take you”…What people don’t know about Jessica: She’s afraid of heights, but she doesn’t let it stop her…When people first meet Jessica, they think: She’s shy.

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Cat. Assists Points Shots

No. Date Opponent 1 9.28.09 Johnson Bible 1 9.28.09 Johnson Bible 1 Several times

MS Min. 7 528 7 804 14 1332

G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

Pts. 1 0 1

Shots 1 3 4

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MWG 0 0 0

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No. Date Opponent 1 Several times

Lauren Griffin’s Career Statistics Year MP 2009 14 2010 7 TOTAL 21

MS Min. 2 439 0 149 2 588

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

Shots 3 1 4

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Jessica Cardneas’ Career Statistics Year MP 2009 13 2010 14 TOTAL 27

As a sophomore (2010): Appeared in seven matches…Recorded one shot at St. Andrews (Oct. 23)...As a freshman (2009): Appeared in 14 matches, including two starts…Recorded three shots...High School: Graduated from East Forsyth High School in Winston-Salem, N.C… Coached by Chad Lorentz…All-conference and all-region selection…Named her team’s Best Defensive Player…Played club soccer for Twin City Soccer…Coached by Paul Forester...Personal: Born on Oct. 11, 1991 in Winston-Salem, N.C… Daugther of Marty and Jennifer Griffin…Has one sister, Morgan…Majoring in pre-professional biology…Plans to attend graduate school...More about Lauren: Favorite books: “Twilight” series… Favorite midnight snack: Yogurt…Favorite movie: “Love & Basketball”…Favorite musical artist: Trey Songz…Favorite quote by Coach Morrill: “Every day, every way”…Favorite color: Blue… Favorite food: Chicken…Favorite sport other than soccer: Rugby…Person Lauren most admires: Her grandmother…Best advice Lauren has ever been given: “Never back down”…When Lauren was a kid, she tried to be like: Her mother…When people first meet Lauren, they think: She’s intimidating.

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Junior ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-6 Leonardtown, Md. Leonardtown HS

Shot % .000 .000 .000

MWG 0 0 0

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As a sophomore (2010): Appeared and started in 20 matches…Tied for fourth on the team in goals (four)…Sixth in assists (four) and points (12)… Scored a goal against Mars Hill (Sep. 8)…Had a Cat. No. Date Opponent goal and an assist at Montreat (Sep. 29)…Scored Goals 1 Several times in back-to-back matches at Queens (Oct. 9) and Assists 2 10.30.10 Coker Wingate (Oct. 12)…Notched the match-winner Points 3 Two times against Queens…Season-high two assists against Shots 6 9.29.10 Montreat Coker (Oct. 30)...As a freshman (2009): Appeared in 19 matches, including 17 starts…Tied for third on the team in goals (three)…Fifth in points (seven)…First collegiate assist against Erskine (Sep. 12)…Scored her first career goal against Ferrum (Sep. 22)…Notched a goal against St. Andrews (Oct. 3)…Scored a goal against Queens (Oct. 26)... High School: Graduated from Leonardtown High School in Leonardtown, Md…Coached by Jennifer Henderson…Member of 2008 state champion team, of which she was a captain…Recipient of the Coaches’ Award in 2007…Basketball Highest Scorer and Coaches’ Award in 2009…Basketball Best Defensive Player in 2008…Played club soccer for Southern Maryland FC Alliance…Coached by Adam Ritchie...Personal: Born on May 12, 1991 in Canada...Daughter of Ken and Heather Jones… Has one brother, Andrew…Majoring in preprofessional biology with a minor in psychology… Plans to attend graduate school…Member of the dean’s list…Community service while at LMC includes volunteering at an area nursing home... More about Emily: Favorite book: “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”…Favorite midnight snack: Chocolate…Favorite movie: “Baby Mama”…Favorite musical artist: Lady Antebellum…Favorite song: “Halo” by Beyonce…Favorite sports teams: Phoenix Suns and University of Connecticut women’s basketball…Favorite athletes: Steve Nash of the Phoenix Suns, Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx, and professional volleyball player Misty May…Emily’s advice to kids: “Work hard, play harder”…Favorite color: Yellow…Favorite food: Subway…Favorite sport other than soccer: Basketball…People Emily most admires: Her parents…Best advice Emily has ever been given: “Be nice”…What people don’t know about Emily: She’s Canadian…When Emily was a kid, she tried to be like: One of the guys…When people first meet Emily, they think: She’s quiet.

Career Highs

Emily Jones’ Career Statistics Year MP 2009 19 2010 20 TOTAL 39

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Min. 1091 1450 2541

G 3 4 7

A 1 4 5

Pts. 7 12 19

Shots 28 35 63

Shot % .107 .114 .111

MWG 0 1 1

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Player Profiles Monica Young Junior ∙ Defender/Midfield ∙ 5-6 Suppy, N.C. West Brunswick HS

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Monica Young’s Career Statistics Year MP 2009 2 2010 9 TOTAL 11

MS Min. 0 67 0 133 0 200

G 0 1 1

A 0 1 1

Pts. 0 3 3

Shots 1 5 6

Shot % .000 .200 .167

MWG 0 0 0

Sophomore ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-6 Lakewood Ranch, Fla. Lakewood Ranch HS

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In the Record Book: Third in single-season assists areer ighs per match (0.58)…Ninth in single-season assists (11)...As a freshman (2010): Ranked 12th in Cat. No. Date Opponent NCAA II in assists per match (0.58)…14th in Goals 1 Four times total assists (11)…Appeared in 19 matches, Assists 2 9.11.10 Limestone including 17 starts…Led the team and second in Points 3 10.30.10 Coker the conference in assists…Fourth on the team Shots 6 Two times and 10th in the conference in points (19)… Tied for fourth on the team in goals (four)… Posted two four-match point streaks…Tallied at least one assist in each of her first four collegiate matches…Season-high two assists against Limestone (Sep. 11)…First career goal against Mount Olive (Sep. 18)…Scored a goal in back-to-back matches, including the deciding strike at Erskine (Oct. 26)…Season-high three points (goal and an assist) against Coker (Oct. 30)...High School: Graduated from Lakewood Ranch High School in Lakewood Ranch, Fla… Coached by Guy Virgilio…Most Improved in 2007…Midfield MVP in 2008 and 2009…Team MVP in 2010…Captain in 2009-2010 season… Played club soccer for FC Sarasota…Coached by Jamie Brester and Billy Unzicker...Personal: Born on December 31, 1991 in Indianapolis, Ind…Daughter of Tim and Rachael Kerrigan… Has two sisters, Nikki and Camryn…Majoring in sports science with a minor in psychology… Plans to attend graduate school for physical therapy and pursue a collegiate coaching career...More about Kaitlyn: Favorite books: “19 Minutes” and “Because of Winn Dixie”… Favorite midnight snacks: Popcorn or ice cream…Favorite movies: “Dumb and Dumber”, “Despicable Me”, “The Grinch”, and “Jurassic Park 1 and 3”…Favorite musical artists: Mumford and Sons, The Maine, Glee Cast, Britney Spears, and Lady Antebellum…Favorite song: Any cover by the cast of Glee…Favorite sports teams: Tampa Bay Rays, Indianapolis Colts, Buffalo Sabres, Manchester United, and Celtic FC…Favorite athletes: David Beckham of Los Angeles Galaxy, US Olympic soccer player Carli Lloyd, Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers, Kaka of Real Madrid, and Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers…Favorite saying by Coach Morrill: “Every day, every way”…Kaitlyn can’t imagine a week without: Laughing or her friends…Kaitlyn’s advice to kids: “Stand up for what you believe in and never give up on your dreams”…Favorite colors: Orange, green, and purple…Favorite foods: Ice cream or anything spicy…Favorite sports other than soccer: Hockey and football…Best advice Kaitlyn has ever been given: “Just be yourself and never give up”…What people don’t know about Kaitlyn: She secretly has Bieber Fever…When people first meet Kaitlyn, they think: “Well, not everyone can be normal”.

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Kaitlyn Kerrigan’s Career Statistics Year MP 2010 19 TOTAL 19

MS Min. 17 1344 17 1344

G 4 4

A 11 11

Pts. 19 19

Shots 47 47

Shot % .085 .085

MWG 1 1

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As a sophomore (2010): Appeared in areer ighs nine matches…Scored her first collegiate No. Date Opponent goal against Converse (Sep. 27)…Notched Cat. Goals 1 9.27.10 Converse her first career assist against Coker (Oct. Assists 1 10.30.10 Coker 30)...As a freshman (2009): Appeared in Points 2 9.27.10 Converse Shots 2 9.27.10 Converse two matches...High School: Graduated from West Brunswick High School in South Brunswick, N.C…Coached by Tripp Smith… All-Conference, all-region, and all-state second team selection…Captain...Played club soccer for Cape Fear ’91 Wave… Coached by Peter Broadly...Personal: Born on Oct. 24, 1991 in Wilmington, N.C… Daughter of Greg and Becky Young…Has three brothers, Alex, Elijah, and Micah… Has one sister, Marie…Aunt Cyndi Rudchich swam at Ohio State University…Uncle Chris Young played football at Otterbien College…Grandfather David Young played football for the Dayton Triangle…Majoring in English and history…Plans to attend law school after graduation…Academic awards while at LMC include the dean’s list, Honor’s College, and Alpha Chi Honor Society...More about Monica: Favorite book: “A Widow for One Year”… Favorite movie: “Gladiator”…Favorite musical artist: Counting Crows…Favorite song: “Hangin’ Around” Counting Crows…Favorite sports team: Cleveland Browns…Favorite athletes: Joshua Cribbs of the Cleveland Browns and Steve Nash of the Phoenix Suns…Monica’s advice to kids: “Always try your best”…Favorite color: Red…Favorite food: Mashed potatoes…Favorite sport other than soccer: Football…Person Monica most admires: Her father…Best advice Monica has ever been given: “If you are worried about something, try to fix it. If you cannot fix it, do not worry about it”…When Monica was a kid, she tried to be like: Her father… When people first meet Monica, they think: She’s outgoing.

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Player Profiles

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sophomore ∙ Defender ∙ 5-11 Hudson, Fla. Hudson HS

As a freshman (2010): Appeared and started in areer ighs all 20 matches…Tied for seventh on the team in goals (three)…Tied for eighth in points Cat. No. Date Opponent (seven)…Posted three goals and one assist… Goals 1 Three times Scored her first collegiate goal in her debut Assists 1 11.04.10 Belmont Abbey against North Georgia (Sep. 2)…Notched a goal Points 2 Three times at Montreat (Sep. 29)…Scored her third goal of Shots 4 10.23.10 St. Andrews the season at St. Andrews (Oct. 23)…Notched her first career assist in the semifinal round of the conference tournament at Belmont Abbey (Nov. 4)...High School: Graduated from Hudson High School in Hudson, Fla… Coached by Stephen Jones…Back-to-back firstteam all-conference selections in 2009 and 2010…Played club soccer for FCFC…Coached by Chris Swezey...Personal: Full name is Katy Lynn McGee…Born on April 22, 1992 in Jacksonville, Fla…Daughter of Gary and Terri McGee…Has two sisters, Shelby and Logan… Aunt Gina played volleyball at Pasco-Hernando Community College in New Port Richey, Fla… Father Gary played baseball at Jacksonville University…Majoring in pre-professional biology with a minor in psychology…Plans to go to graduate school and pursue a career as a pediatrician...More about Katy: Favorite books: “Harry Potter” series…Favorite midnight snack: Animal crackers…Favorite movie: “Soul Surfer”…Favorite musical artist: “Christina Aguilera”…Favorite song: “Come on Over” by Christina Aguilera…Favorite sports teams: Atlanta Braves, Manchester United, Tampa Bay Lightning, and the Dallas Cowboys…Favorite athletes: Chipper Jones of the Atlanta Braves, former US Olympic soccer player Mia Hamm, and Landon Donovan of Los Angeles Galaxy…Favorite quote by Coach Morrill: “Every day, every way”…Katy’s advice to kids: “Always fight for what you believe in”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Bacon… Favorite sport other than soccer: Volleyball…People Katy most admires: Her parents…Best advice Katy has ever been given: “Believe in yourself”…When Katy was a kid, she tried to be like: Her mother…When people first meet Katy, they think: She’s shy.

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Sophomore ∙ Defender ∙ 5-8 Greensboro, N.C. Meredith College

Previous School: Attended Meredith College in Raleigh, N.C… Garnered all-conference honorable mention recognition...High School: Graduated from Page High School in Greensboro, N.C…Coached by Zack Osbourne…Personal: Born on June 8, 1991 in Raleigh, N.C…Daughter of Ed and Arlene Sullivan…Has one brother, Bennett, and one twin sister, MaryBeth…Sister MaryBeth also plays soccer for the Bobcats…Majoring in pre-professional biology with a minor in art… Plans to attend graduate school...More about LeeAnn: Favorite books: “Harry Potter” series…Favorite midnight snack: Cook Out…Favorite movie: “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”…Favorite musical artist: Sugarland…Favorite sports team: USA women’s national team…Favorite athlete: Ali Krieger of the USA women’s national team…LeeAnn can’t imagine a week without: Chick-fil-A…Favorite color: Orange…Favorite food: Chick-fil-A… Favorite sport other than soccer: Dodge ball.

MaryBeth Sullivan Sophomore ∙ Midfield/Forward ∙ 5-7 Greensboro, N.C. UNC CHarlotte

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As a freshman (2010): Appeared in three matches, logging 61 minutes and making one save while allowing no goals...High School: Graduated from Nature Coast Technical High School in Brooksville, Fla…Coached by Lisa Brown…Back-to-back recipient of the Coaches Award as a junior and senior…Named team MVP as a senior…Most Improved as a sophomore…Played club soccer for Hernando Heat…Coached by John Salazar...Personal: Born on May 14, 1992 in Spring Hill, Fla… Daughter of James Pierson and Debbie Jolley…Has one brother, James, and two sisters, Krista and Tamera…Majoring in athletic training…Plans to pursue a career as an athletic trainer at either the collegiate or professional level, and coach goalkeepers on the side... More about Alicia: Favorite athletes: US Olympic goalkeeper Hope Solo and Natasha Kai of the Philadelphia Independence…Alicia’s advice to kids: “Pursue your dreams”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite sport other than soccer: Football…Best advice Alicia has ever been given: “You can do anything”.

In the Record Book: First in program history areer ighs in career shots per match (3.80)…Second in career points (1.85), assists (0.45), and goals Cat. No. Date Opponent per match (0.70)…Third in single-season Goals 3 10.30.10 Coker shots per match (3.80)…Fourth in single- Assists 2 Two times 8 10.30.10 Coker season points (1.85) and assists per match Points 10 9.29.10 Montreat (0.45)…Seventh in single-season goals per Shots match (0.70)…Tenth in single-season assists (nine)...As a freshman (2010): Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region Second team…All-Conference Carolinas First team…Conference Carolinas Player of the Week (Nov. 2)…Appeared and started in all 20 matches… Ranked 26th in NCAA II in total points (37)…34th in points per match (1.85)…35th in assists per match (0.45)…39th in goals per match (0.70)… Second in the conference in goals (14) and points (37)…Tied for third in assists (nine)… Led team in goals and points…Second in assists…First career goal and assist against Limestone (Sep. 11)…Four-match points streak (Sep. 22-29)…Two goals at Barton (Sep. 25)…Season-high two assists against Converse (Sep. 27)…Ended season with five-match goals streak…Season-high three goals (including the match-winner), two assists, and eight points against Coker (Oct. 30)...Scored in both matches of conference tournament against Mount Olive(Nov. 1) and Belmont Abbey (Nov. 4)... High School: Graduated from Page High School in Greensboro, N.C…Three-time all-conference selection…Played club soccer for Greensboro United…Coached by Bob Singer...Personal: Born on June 8, 1991 in Greensboro, N.C…Daughter of Ed and Arlene Sullivan…Has one brother, Bennett, and a twin sister, LeAnn, who plays soccer at LMC …Majoring in business administration with a concentration in marketing...More about MaryBeth: Favorite book: “The Giver”…Favorite midnight snack: Pizza…Favorite movie: “Hercules”…Favorite musical artist: The Avett Brothers…Favorite song: “Time to Say Goodbye” by Emile Pandolfi…Favorite sports teams: FC Barcelona and Chelsea FC…Favorite athlete: Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona…MaryBeth can’t imagine a week without: Cook Out…MaryBeth’s advice to kids: “Play together, win together”…Favorite color: Purple…Favorite food: Cook Out…Person MaryBeth most admires: Her brother, Bennett…What people don’t know about MaryBeth: She can juggle.

Alicia Pierson’s Career Statistics

MaryBeth Sullivan’s Career Statistics

Katy McGee’s Career Statistics Year MP 2010 20 TOTAL 20

MS Min. 20 1693 20 1693

G 3 3

A 1 1

Pts. 7 7

Shots 11 11

Shot % .273 .273

Alicia Pierson sophomore ∙ Goalkeeper ∙ 5-6 Brooksville, Fla. Nature Coast HS

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GAA 0.00 0.00

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L 0 0

MWG 0 0

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MS Min. 20 1490 20 1490

G 14 14

A 9 9

Pts. 37 37

Shots 76 76

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Shot % .184 .184

MWG 1 1

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Player Profiles Samantha Arendt Freshman ∙ Midfield/Forward ∙ 5-8 Franklinton, N.C. Franklinton HS

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Kaitlyn Briggs Freshman ∙ Goalkeeper ∙ 5-10 Oviedo, Fla. Hagerty HS

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High School: Graduated from Hagerty High School in Oviedo, Fla… Coached by Rodney Kenney…FACA all-Star team and first team allconference in 2011…Second team all-conference selection in 2009 and 2010…Played club soccer for FSA Freedom…Coached by Bobby Hurring...Personal: Born on Oct. 30, 1992 in Fort Knox, Ky…Daughter of Ralph and LuAnn Briggs…Has two sisters, Bethany and Kylie… Majoring in athletic training…Plans to pursue a career as a physician’s assistant...More about Kaitlyn: Favorite book: “Soul Surfer”…Favorite midnight snack: Chocolate milk… Favorite movie: “Never Back Down”…Favorite musical artist: Jack Johnson…Favorite sports teams: Real Madrid and the Pittsburgh Steelers…Favorite athletes: Iker Casillas of Real Madrid and Gareth Bale of Tottenham Hotspur…Favorite color: Red…Favorite food: Fruit…Favorite sport other than soccer: Surfing…People Kaitlyn most admires: Aline Reis and Danielle Dos Santos, Central Florida women’s soccer…What people don’t know about Kaitlyn: She has a black belt in Karate…When Kaitlyn was a kid, she tried to be like: Simba from The Lion King.

Cynthia Cervantes Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-3 El Paso, Texas Bel Air HS

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High School: Graduated from Bel Air High School in El Paso, Texas… Coached by Tod Hansen…Three-time team MVP…Two-time team MVP in cross country…Played club soccer for El Paso Juventus FC…Coached by Alejandro Martin del Campo…Member of back-to-back regional finalist team...Personal: Born on July 23, 1993…Daughter of Enrique and Martha Cervantes...More about Cynthia: Favorite book: “The Crossing”…Favorite midnight snack: Oreo cookies and milk…Favorite movie: “Goal! The Dream Begins”…Favorite musical artist: Chicago…Favorite song: “I Don’t Wanna Live Without Your Love” by Chicago…Favorite athlete: Former US soccer player Mia Hamm…Cynthia can’t imagine a week without: Running and training…Cynthia’s advice to kids: “Never give up, even if you have failed more than once”…Favorite color: Pink…Favorite food: Chinese…Favorite sport other than soccer: Running…People Cynthia most admires: Her parents…What people don’t know about Cynthia: She loves to write… When Cynthia was a kid, she tried to be like: The Power Puff Girls…When people first meet Cynthia, they think: She’s shy and quiet.

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Freshman ∙ Defender ∙ 5-8 Jackson, N.J. Jackson Memorial HS

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High School: Graduated from Jackson Memorial High School… Coached by Drew Gibson…Team MVP as a freshman…Member of Shore Conference championship team in 2007…A-South champions in 2009 and 2010…NJ Central Jersey Group IV state champions in 2009 and 2010…NJ overall state semifinalists in 2009 and 2010…Played club soccer for Matchfit-Chelsea…Coached by Julio Vacacela... Personal: Born on Jan. 17, 1993 in Freehold, N.J…Daughter of George and Pilar Smith…Has one brother, George…Brother George played lacrosse at Fairleigh Dickinson University… Majoring in pre-professional biology…Plans to attend veterinary school...More about Ariana: Favorite book: “The Outsiders”…Favorite midnight snack: Cereal…Favorite movie: “Space Jam”…Favorite musical artists: Sublime and Eminem…Favorite sports teams: New York Rangers and the Spanish national soccer team…Favorite athletes: Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid and Brandon Dubinsky of the New York Rangers…Ariana can’t imagine a week without: Talking…Ariana’s advice to kids: “Have fun and stay young”…Favorite color: Yellow…Favorite foods: Sushi and her mother’s ham and cheese sandwiches…Favorite sport other than soccer: Beach volleyball...People Ariana most admires: Her family…The toughest opponent Ariana has ever played against: Her brother…What people don’t know about Ariana: She wants to take a ballroom dancing class…When Ariana was a kid, she tried to be like: Her brother…When people first meet Ariana, they think: She’s fun, easy going, and always happy.

Meagan Thornton Freshman ∙ Forward ∙ 5-4 Millville, N.J. Millville HS

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High School: Graduated from Millville Senior High School in Millville, N.J…Coached by Brian Sloan…Second team all-conference in 2007… First team all-conference in 2009…First team all-conference in 2010...Personal: Born on May 9, 1993 in Halleyville, N.J…Daughter of Paul and Annette Thornton…Has one brother, Paul Thornton, Jr…Majoring in elementary education...More about Meagan: Favorite color: Yellow…Favorite food: Pizza…Favorite sport other than soccer: Track & field.

Ally Titsworth Freshman ∙ Defender/Midfield ∙ 5-4 Holmes Beach, Fla. Manatee HS

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High School: Graduated from Manatee High School in Bradenton, Fla…Coached by George Ameres…Four-year letter-winner… Defensive MVP…Coaches Award…Captain’s Award…Played club soccer for Braden River Rage…Coached by Rick Ponto...Personal: Full name is Ally Jean Titsworth…Born on May 18, 1993 in Bradenton, Fla…Daughter of Steve and Judy Titsworth…Has one brother, Jack, and one sister, Lauren…Majoring in wildlife biology...More about Ally: Favorite book: Anything by Jodi Picolt…Favorite midnight snack: Ice cream…Favorite movie: “Pirates of the Caribbean”…Favorite song: “La Mar” by The Ocean…Favorite sports team: Tampa Bay Lightning…Favorite athlete: Ryan Malone of the Tampa Bay Lightning…Ally can’t imagine a week without: Food…Favorite color: Teal…Favorite food: Pizza…Favorite sport other than soccer: Hockey…People Ally most admires: Her parents…Best advice Ally has ever been given: “Pain is temporary, pride is forever”.

Alex Trujic Freshman ∙ Midfielder ∙ 5-4 Venice, Fla. Venice HS

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High School: Graduated from Venice High School in Venice, Fla… Coached by Sheldon Chamberlain…Two-time Defensive MVP… Previously attended Pompton Lakes High School in Pompton Lakes, N.J., where she garnered all-state, all-league, and all-county honors in 2007…Played club soccer for Naples Elite…Coached by Chris Palumbo...Personal: Full name is Alexsandra Trujic…Born on Dec. 28, 1992…Daughter of Robert and Zora Trujic…Has three sisters, Tanya, Tina, and Vicki…Sister Tina plays soccer at the University of Central Floria…Majoring in criminal justice…Plans to attend law school following graduation...More about Alex: Favorite books: “Twilight” series…Favorite midnight snack: Chocolate…Favorite movie: “Forrest Gump”…Favorite musical artist: Lil Wayne…Favorite sports teams: New England Patriots and Boston Celtics…Favorite athlete: Former French soccer player Zinedine Zidane…Alex can’t imagine a week without: Her cell phone…Alex’s advice to kids: “Stay out of trouble”… Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Spaghetti…Favorite sports other than soccer: Football and basketball…People Alex most admires: Her friends and family…Best advice Alex has ever been given: “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog”…When Alex was a kid, she tried to be like: Former US soccer player Mia Hamm... When people first meet Alex, they think: She’s fun.

November 21.................................................................................................Vickie Rich

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High School: Graduated from Franklinton High School in Franklinton, N.C…Two-time all-region honoree…Four-time all-conference selection…Four-time academic all-conference player…Played club soccer for Carolina Soccer Club…Coached by Godfrey Miller...Personal: Full name is Samantha Jean Arendt… Born on Aug. 4, 1992 in Raleigh, N.C…Daughter of Chris Arendt and Nancy Boggs…Has one brother, Cole Arendt, and one sister, Bella Arendt…Father Chris played football for Duke University, Dallas Cowboys, and the Denver Broncos…Mother Nancy played professional tennis on the WTA Tour…Brother Cole played soccer at Wingate University…Majoring in sport science with a minor in nutrition...More about Samantha: Favorite midnight snack: Pineapple popsicles…Favorite movie: “Drumline”…Favorite musical artists: Shinedown, Sick Puppies, Creed, and Staind…Favorite sports teams: Los Angeles Lakers, FC Barcelona, and Duke Blue Devils…Favorite athletes: Former US soccer player Mia Hamm and Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers…Samantha can’t imagine a week without: Sleep… Favorite colors: Blue and purple…Favorite food: Raspberries…Favorite sports other than soccer: Tennis, snowboarding…People Samantha most admires: Her brother, parents, and grandparents…Best advice Samantha has ever been given: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart”…What people don’t know about Samantha: She collects decks of cards…When Samantha was a kid, she tried to be like: Mia Hamm…When people first meet Samantha, they think: She’s shy.

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The Bobcats outperformed even the loftiest expectations in 2010, finishing the regular season tied for second in Conference Carolinas after being picked seventh in the preseason poll prior to Cally Morrill’s first year at the helm. Behind the exceptional play of a talented recruiting class and a seasoned group of upperclassmen, the Bobcats stormed out of the gate with eight wins in their first 10 matches, including a 2-1 win at Milligan on Sep. 4 to give Morrill her first victory as a head coach. The Bobcats continued their strong play with a 3-0 clean sheet against conference rival Limestone on Sep. 11, defeating the Saints behind a breakout performance by freshman MaryBeth Sullivan, who delivered a goal and two assists on the afternoon. After suffering a 1-0 setback to eventual league champion Belmont Abbey, responded with a pivotal 2-1 victory against Mount Olive on Sep. 18, thanks to a controversial penalty kick by Vickie Rich late in the match. The win over Mount Olive proved to be a trend-setter, propelling the Bobcats on a five-match winning streak that included impressive away victories over King (Tenn.) and Barton. All good things must come to an end, as the Bobcats’ streak came to a heartbreaking halt with a 1-0 defeat on their home pitch against Pfeiffer on homecoming weekend. Morrill’s squad responded, traveling to Charlotte and stealing a 1-0 victory over Queens, jumping back into the race for the conference MaryBeth Sullivan crown with a 5-2 mark in league play entering the home stretch. The Bobcats suffered a pair of one-goal setbacks over the next three matches, 2010 Daktronics All-Southeast Region Second Team falling at Wingate and North Greenville before registering a 4-0 victory over St. Andrews on Oct. 23 to clinch a top-half finish. Lees-McRae then traveled to Erskine for a pivotal conference showdown, coming away with a 4-1 victory to guarantee the program’s best league record since 2003. The Bobcats closed out the regular season in style, defeating Coker by a score of 8-1 on senior day while finishing in a tie for second place in the conference standings with Queens and Pfeiffer. Due to tiebreakers, the Bobcats were awarded the fourth seed and a home match against Mount Olive in the quarterfinal round of the Conference Carolinas Tournament. The Bobcats did not waste the opportunity, defeating the Trojans by a score of 2-1, as senior Abby White netted the winner late in the first half following a sensational strike from distance by Sullivan. With the victory in the quarterfinals, the Bobcats advanced to the semifinal round against regular season champion Belmont Abbey, who handed LMC its first conference loss of the season on Sep. 14. The Bobcats refused to admit a repeat was inevitable, battling back from a pair of one-goal deficits to knot the score at 2-2 on Sullivan’s 14th goal of the season less than four minutes into the second half. The Abbey responded as championship teams often do, netting the eventual winner less than three minutes later and holding off a ferocious string of Bobcat attacks over the final half hour to advance to the conference final. The Bobcats enjoyed one of the program’s best award seasons in 2010, placing five on the all-Conference Carolinas team, including first-team selections Brooke Santerre, Mary Dorn, and Sullivan. Rich and senior goalkeeper Brittany Bolton also garnered second team recognition as Sullivan earned a spot on the all-tournament team. Santerre also made program history for the Bobcats, becoming the school’s Brooke Santerre first-ever selection to the ESPN/CoSIDA Academic all-District III women’s soccer team. Sullivan then joined Rich as the second player in program history to garner 2010 all-Conference Carolinas First Team Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region honors, earning a spot on the second team. The Bobcats also earned a pair of prestigious team awards, earning the program’s third straight NSCAA Team Academic Award, while also being recognized by the NSCAA for their sportsmanship and ethical play with the Silver Award, presented to all teams that accumulate no red cards and a maximum of five cautions during the season.

The 2010 Lees-McRae Bobcats Front Row (L-R): Jessica Cardenas, Erica Mason, Caitlin Smith, Aleeshia Fisher, Katelyn Custer, Jessica O’Leary, Mary Gibson, Kaitlyn Kerrigan, Rachel Wojcicki, Abby White, Vickie Rich. Back Row: Head Coach Cally Morrill, Brooke Santerre, MaryBeth Sullivan, Lauren Griffin, LeAnn Sullivan, Monica Young, Stacy Swezey, Brittany Bolton, Alicia Pierson, Nicole Rogers, Katy McGee, Sarah Sims, Mary Bowers, Emily Jones, Mary Dorn, Assistant Coach Nick Whiting.

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2010 Statistics

2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer

Overall: 14-6-0 Confernce Carolinas: 8-2-0 Home: 7-2-0 Away: 7-4-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Name MP-MS Min MaryBeth Sullivan 20-20 1490 Vickie Rich 20-20 1547 Brooke Santerre 20-20 1601 Kaitlyn Kerrigan 19-17 1344 Katelyn Custer 18-9 1013 Emily Jones 20-20 1450 Jessica O’Leary 20-18 1323 Katy McGee 20-20 1693 Abby White 13-0 327 Monica Young 9-0 133 Mary Dorn 16-16 1361 Mary Gibson 20-20 1714 Sarah Sims 13-1 326 Jessica Cardenas 14-7 804 Rachel Wojcicki 16-12 999 Lauren Griffin 7-0 149 Erica Mason 6-0 82 Nicole Rogers 2-0 11 Caitlin Smith 5-0 58 Aleeshia Fisher 2-0 32 Brittany Bolton 20-20 1695 Alicia Pierson 3-0 61 Total 20 Opponents 20

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Name GP-GS Min GA Alicia Pierson 3-0 60:35 0 Brittany Bolton 20-18 1739:25 22 TEAM 0:00 0 Total 20 1800:00 22 Opponents 20 1800:00 56

A Pts Sh Shot% SOG 9 37 76 .184 35 8 30 69 .159 47 7 23 61 .131 33 11 19 47 .085 22 7 15 28 .143 18 4 12 35 .114 16 3 9 36 .083 25 1 7 11 .273 6 1 7 7 .429 5 1 3 5 .200 3 0 2 5 .200 1 1 1 6 .000 2 0 0 7 .000 5 0 0 3 .000 1 0 0 3 .000 2 0 0 1 .000 1 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 53 165 400 .140 222 11 55 138 .159 77 Avg Saves 0.00 1 1.14 54 0.00 0 1.10 55 2.80 166

Pct 1.000 .711 .000 .714 .748

SOG% MWG PK-ATT .461 1 0-0 .681 6 1-1 .541 2 1-1 .468 1 0-0 .643 2 0-0 .457 1 0-0 .694 0 0-0 .545 0 0-0 .714 1 0-0 .600 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .714 0 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .667 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .555 14 2-2 .558 6 0-0

W L 0 0 14 6 0 0 14 6 6 14

T Sho Faced 0 0.0 1 0 5.0 137 0 1.0 0 0 6 138 0 3 393

Team saves: 0 GOALS BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 27 13

2nd 29 9

Total 56 22

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1st Lees-McRae 55 Opponents 31

2nd 53 31

Total 108 62

SHOTS BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 213 76

2nd 187 62

Total 400 138

FOULS BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

2nd 63 71

Total 124 122

SAVES BY PERIOD Lees-McRae Opponents

1st 30 95

2nd 25 71

Total 55 166

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY LMCW Total 1834 Dates/Avg Per Date 9/204 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0

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2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer Date Opponent WL Score Overall Conf Attend Sep 02 NORTH GEORGIA L 2-5 0-1-0 0-0-0 123 Sep 04 at Milligan W 2-1 1-1-0 0-0-0 223 Sep 08 MARS HILL W 3-1 2-1-0 0-0-0 138 Sep 11 LIMESTONE * W 3-0 3-1-0 1-0-0 123 Sep 14 at Belmont Abbey * L 0-1 3-2-0 1-1-0 100 Sep 18 MOUNT OLIVE * W 2-1 4-2-0 2-1-0 178 Sep 22 at King W 4-1 5-2-0 2-1-0 113 Sep 25 at Barton * W 3-1 6-2-0 3-1-0 136 Sep 27 CONVERSE * W 7-0 7-2-0 4-1-0 127 Sep 29 at Montreat W 4-0 8-2-0 4-1-0 211 Oct 02 PFEIFFER * L 0-1 8-3-0 4-2-0 340 Oct 09 at Queens * W 1-0 9-3-0 5-2-0 160 Oct 12 at Wingate L 2-3 9-4-0 5-2-0 125 Oct 15 BREVARD W 3-0 10-4-0 5-2-0 107 Oct 20 at North Greenville L 0-1 10-5-0 5-2-0 60 Oct 23 at St. Andrews * W 4-0 11-5-0 6-2-0 225 Oct 26 at Erskine * W 4-1 12-5-0 7-2-0 78 Oct 30 COKER * W 8-1 13-5-0 8-2-0 459 Nov 01 MOUNT OLIVE $ W 2-1 14-5-0 8-2-0 239 Nov 04 at Belmont Abbey & L 2-3 14-6-0 8-2-0 100

2010 Match Results Goals scored Katy McGee (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Jessica O'Leary (Brooke Santerre) Mary Dorn (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Vickie Rich (unassisted) Emily Jones (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Vickie Rich (Jessica O'Leary) Jessica O'Leary (Vickie Rich) Vickie Rich (MaryBeth Sullivan) Jessica O'Leary (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) MaryBeth Sullivan (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Kaitlyn Kerrigan (Brooke Santerre) Vickie Rich (penalty kick) MaryBeth Sullivan (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Brooke Santerre (MaryBeth Sullivan) Brooke Santerre (penalty kick) Vickie Rich (Brooke Santerre) MaryBeth Sullivan (Katelyn Custer) Brooke Santerre (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) MaryBeth Sullivan (Jessica O'Leary;Katelyn Custer) Vickie Rich (Brooke Santerre) Brooke Santerre (MaryBeth Sullivan) MaryBeth Sullivan (Brooke Santerre) Brooke Santerre (MaryBeth Sullivan;Katelyn Custer) Katelyn Custer (Vickie Rich) Brooke Santerre (Vickie Rich) Monica Young (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Katelyn Custer (Brooke Santerre;Vickie Rich) Katy McGee (Vickie Rich) Emily Jones (Katelyn Custer;MaryBeth Sullivan) MaryBeth Sullivan (Emily Jones) Emily Jones (MaryBeth Sullivan;Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Emily Jones (Vickie Rich) MaryBeth Sullivan (Emily Jones) Katelyn Custer (MaryBeth Sullivan;Brooke Santerre) Brooke Santerre (unassisted) Kaitlyn Kerrigan (Katelyn Custer) Vickie Rich (unassisted) Brooke Santerre (Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Katy McGee (unassisted) MaryBeth Sullivan (Mary Gibson) Vickie Rich (unassisted) Kaitlyn Kerrigan (unassisted) MaryBeth Sullivan (Jessica O'Leary) Abby White (Katelyn Custer) MaryBeth Sullivan (Katelyn Custer) MaryBeth Sullivan (Emily Jones) Vickie Rich (Emily Jones) Vickie Rich (MaryBeth Sullivan) Katelyn Custer (MaryBeth Sullivan;Kaitlyn Kerrigan) Kaitlyn Kerrigan (Abby White) MaryBeth Sullivan (Vickie Rich) Abby White (Monica Young) MaryBeth Sullivan (unassisted) Abby White (unassisted) Vickie Rich (Katy McGee) MaryBeth Sullivan (Vickie Rich)

* Conference Carolinas Match $ Conference Carolinas Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. & Conference Carolinas Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

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2011 Bobcat Women’s Soccer

Conference Carolinas is a NCAA Division II athletic conference made up of 11 teams from North Carolina and South Carolina. These institutions consist of: Barton College, Belmont Abbey College, Coker College, Converse College, Erskine College, Lees-McRae College, Limestone College, Mount Olive College, Pfeiffer University, Queens University of Charlotte, and St. Andrews Presbyterian College. For the upcoming 2011-12 academic year King College (Bristol, TN) and North Greenville University (Tigerville, SC) will join as full Conference Carolinas league members. The league supports eighteen season-ending conference championship tournaments with nine women's and nine men's sports. Sports that are sponsored with NCAA automatic qualifications include: Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Women's Tennis, Men's Tennis, Men's Golf, Women's Soccer, Women's Cross Country, Men's Cross Country, and Women's Volleyball. NCAA regional and national selection opportunities in Men's Soccer, Men's Lacrosse, Women's Lacrosse, Men's Outdoor Track & Field, Women's Outdoor Track & Field, Women's Golf and Men's Volleyball are also available based on end of year regional rankings and/or season results.

History Conference Carolinas has a rich tradition in roots that date back to its early initial inception on December 6th, 1930. The conference was formed then as an athletic association "for the greater advantage of the small colleges in North Carolina". The official name given back then was the North State Intercollegiate Conference but known informally as the Old North State Conference. The birthplace was the Washington Duke Hotel in Durham, NC and the seven charter members were Appalachian, Atlantic Christian (now Barton College), Catawba, Guilford, Elon, High Point, and Lenoir-Rhyne. The conference followed a policy of expansion for a period of time. Western Carolina became a member in 1933, East Carolina in 1947, Pfeiffer in 1960, Newberry in 1961, and Presbyterian in 1964, followed closely by Mars Hill. With the acceptance of the first member from South Carolina in Newberry College, a name change became necessary. Thus on May 20, 1961 the official name of the conference was changed to the Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAC) but commonly known less formerly as the Carolinas Conference. East Carolina resigned in 1962 to join the Southern Conference and Appalachian and Western Carolina followed. Football sponsorship in the Carolinas Conference was dropped in 1973 when Lenoir-Rhyne, Newberry, Presbyterian, and Mars Hill joined the South Atlantic Conference. Pembroke State University became a first-time member in 1976 followed by Wingate College in 1979, and Lenoir-Rhyne rejoined in 1984. While Guilford College withdrew in 1988, St. Andrews and Mount Olive were added that same year. The 1989-90 academic year started a new era as Catawba, Elon, Lenoir-Rhyne and Wingate all withdrew to compete in the first year that the South Atlantic Conference would provide championships in all sports, not just football. The Carolinas Conference then added Belmont Abbey in 1989, Coker College in 1991, and Lees-McRae in 1993. The 1993-94 academic year brought a change to the conference national affiliation. The conference entered dual membership into both the NAIA DI and NCAA DII affiliation. The 1995-96 year brought dramatic change to the conference. First, full membership into NCAA Division II was acquired and NAIA affiliation dropped. Thus, this was the first official year of full competition and championship play for the conference in NCAA DII status. Secondly, this was also the same year that Erskine, Longwood, & Queens were accepted as full members of the conference. With Longwood becoming the first Virginia member, another name change occurred and the Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference (known more universally as the ‘CVAC') was born. Following the 1997 academic year High Point resigned to join the NCAA DI ranks while in 1998 Limestone soon joined and were quickly followed by Anderson in 1999. In 2003, Longwood University left the conference to explore possibilities in NCAA Division I. Then in 2005 the CVAC added Converse College as an affiliate member before becoming a full member the following year. With the lone Virginia school in Longwood leaving, the league decided to go back to their roots and change their name to Conference Carolinas in 2007 and currently still remain one of the elite NCAA DII conferences in the nation. Many institutions have been members of the league during its rich history including Anderson, Appalachian, Atlantic Christian (now Barton College), Belmont Abbey, Catawba, Coker, Converse, East Carolina, Erskine, Guilford, Elon, High Point, Lees-McRae, Lenoir-Rhyne, Limestone, Longwood, Mars Hill, Mount Olive, Newberry, Pembroke State, Pfeiffer, Presbyterian, Queens, St. Andrews, Western Carolina and Wingate. Barton is the only remaining charter member followed in longevity by Pfeiffer's membership in 1960 and then Mount Olive's and St. Andrews both joining in 1988.

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Conference Commissioner, Dr. Alan Patterson about the conference says, "Conference Carolinas is recognized regionally and nationally as a premier NCAA Division II conference which champions scholarship athletics working in concert with student athlete's committed to academic success."

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2010 Conference Season

2010 Conference Carolinas Standings School Belmont Abbey Lees-McRae Pfeiffer Queens (N.C.) Mount Olive Limestone Erskine St. Andrews Converse Coker Barton

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

Overall 17-2-3 14-6 13-6-2 10-8 10-8-1 7-8-2 5-13 3-16 2-15-1 1-14-2 2-13

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Review

2010 Conference Carolinas Awards

Points 28 24 24 24 18 16 9 9 4 4 3

Freshman of the Year: Sarah Porter, Mount Olive Player of the Year: Anna Donaldson, Belmont Abbey Coach of the Year: Robert Lane, Belmont Abbey Women’s Soccer Scholar Athlete: Sara McCormack, Pfeiffer Regular Season Champions: Belmont Abbey

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2010 All-Conference Carolinas Teams First Team

Third Team

Second Team

Sarah Porter, Mount Olive - Forward MaryBeth Sullivan, Lees-McRae - Forward Connie Axiotis, Belmont Abbey - Forward Alyssa Wombwell, Pfeiffer - Midfielder Nicole Voets, Belmont Abbey - Midfielder Brooke Santerre, Lees-McRae - Midfielder Kristin Voirin, Belmont Abbey - Defender Carly Kensinger, Belmont Abbey - Defender Mary Dorn, Lees-McRae - Defender Sara McCormack, Pfeiffer - Defender Anna Donaldson, Belmont Abbey - Goalkeeper

Madi Dulisse, Limestone - Forward Kristen Wright, Queens - Forward Vickie Rich, Lees-McRae – Forward Kelsey Howard, Queens - Midfielder Ashley Alderin-Fleagle, Limestone - Midfielder Megan Reaves, Pfeiffer -Midfielder Casey Craft, Erskine - Midfielder Anna Decker, Queens - Defender Kristin Foster, Belmont Abbey - Defender Lauren Vawter, Queens - Defender Brittany Bolton, Lees-McRae - Goalkeeper

Lindsey Stanley, Mount Olive - Forward Sami Striano, Queens - Forward Jana Gentry, Converse - Forward Rebecca Mateo, Belmont Abbey - Forward Jessica Moulton, Pfeiffer - Midfielder Cara Paxson, Mount Olive - Midfielder Vannessa Jarrett, Limestone -Midfielder Patrice Clarke, Mount Olive - Defender Tia Rose, Mount Olive - Defender Caroline Smith, Mount Olive - Defender Kristin Alderin-Fleagle Limestone - Goalkeeper

2010 Conference Carolinas Statistical Leaders SHOTS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Nicole Voets-BACW 22 79 3.59 2. MaryBeth Sullivan-LMCW 20 76 3.80 3. Vickie Rich-LMCW 20 69 3.45 4. Sarah Porter-MOCW 19 64 3.37 5. Brooke Santerre-LMCW 20 61 3.05 6. Lindsey Stanley-MOCW 19 60 3.16 7. Alyssa Wombwell-PUW 21 54 2.57 8. Kaitlyn Kerrigan-LMCW 19 47 2.47 9. Madi Dulisse-LCWS 17 44 2.59 10. Connie Axiotis-BACW 22 43 1.95

ASSISTS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Lindsey Stanley-MOCW 19 13 0.68 2. Kaitlyn Kerrigan-LMCW 19 11 0.58 3. Becky Sanzsole-MOCW 17 9 0.53 MaryBeth Sullivan-LMCW 20 9 0.45 Kristin Foster-BACW 22 9 0.41 6. Vickie Rich-LMCW 20 8 0.40 7. Ash. Alderin-Fleagle-LCWS 17 7 0.41 Katelyn Custer-LMCW 18 7 0.39 Brooke Santerre-LMCW 20 7 0.35 Megan Weston-PUW 21 7 0.33

SAVE PERCENTAGE ## Player-Team MP Saves GA Pct ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Anna Donaldson-BACW 22 61 13 .824 2. Amanda Wemple-PUW 11 41 9 .820 3. Kr. Alderin-Fleagle-LCW 17 105 27 .795 4. Jamie Alcala-PUW 13 65 18 .783 5. Michelle Landry-QUW 12 39 11 .780 6. Lyndsey McIntyre-MOCW 16 52 16 .765 7. Ashley Mercuri-CONV 16 164 52 .759 8. Si’Ara Washington-ECW 17 110 39 .738 9. Brittany Bolton-LMCW 20 54 22 .711 10. Megan Hirschy-QUW 9 18 8 .692

POINTS ## Player-Team MP G A Pts. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Sarah Porter-MOCW 19 20 5 45 2.37 2. MaryBeth Sullivan-LMCW 20 14 9 37 1.85 3. Lindsey Stanley-MOCW 19 10 13 33 1.74 4. Vickie Rich-LMCW 20 11 8 30 1.50 5. Alyssa Wombwell-PUW 21 9 6 24 1.14 6. Brooke Santerre-LMCW 20 8 7 23 1.15 7. Connie Axiotis-BACW 22 10 2 22 1.00 8. Kristen Wright-QUW 15 9 3 21 1.40 9. Cara Paxson-MOCW 19 8 4 20 1.05 10. Kaitlyn Kerrigan-LMCW 19 4 11 19 1.00

MATCH-WINNING GOALS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Sarah Porter-MOCW 19 7 0.37 2. Vickie Rich-LMCW 20 6 0.30 3. Rebecca Mateo-BACW 22 4 0.18 4. Vanessa Jarrett-LCW 17 3 0.18 Madi Dulisse-LCW 17 3 0.18 Alyssa Wombwell-PUW 21 3 0.14 Connie Axiotis-BACW 22 3 0.14 Emily Archer-BACW 22 3 0.14

SAVES ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Ashley Mercuri-CONV 16 164 10.25 2. Becca Knott-SAPCW 19 149 7.84 3. Si’Ara Washington-ECW 17 110 6.47 4. Kr. Alderin-Fleagle-LCW 17 105 6.18 5. Carrie Hudnell-COKERW 16 77 4.81 6. Jamie Alcala-PUW 13 65 5.00 7. Anna Donaldson-BACW 22 61 2.77 8. Brittany Bolton-LMCW 20 54 2.70 9. Mileika Miki-BCW 13 53 4.08 10. Lyndsey McIntyre-MOCW 16 52 3.25

GOALS ## Player-Team MP No. Avg/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Sarah Porter-MOCW 19 20 1.05 2. MaryBeth Sullivan-LMCW 20 14 0.70 3. Vickie Rich-LMCW 20 11 0.55 4. Lindsey Stanley-MOCW 19 10 0.53 Connie Axiotis-BACW 22 10 0.45 6. Kristen Wright-QUW 15 9 0.60 Alyssa Wombwell-PUW 21 9 0.43 8. Vanessa Jarrett-LCWS 17 8 0.47 Cara Paxson-MOCW 19 8 0.42 Brooke Santerre-LMCW 20 8 0.40

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GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team MP GA Min GAA ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Anna Donaldson-BACW 22 13 2040:00 0.57 2. Amanda Wemple-PUW 11 9 940:17 0.86 3. Megan Hirschy-QUW 9 8 689:31 1.04 4. Lyndsey McIntyre-MOCW 16 16 1360:03 1.06 5. Michelle Landry-QUW 12 11 904:42 1.09 6. Brittany Bolton-LMCW 20 22 1739:25 1.14 7. Kr. Alderin-Fleagle-LCW 17 27 1575:00 1.54 8. Jamie Alcala-PUW 13 18 1002:13 1.62 9. Si’Ara Washington-ECW 17 39 1537:46 2.28 10. Mileika Miki-BCW 13 39 1142:57 3.07

SHUTOUTS ## Player-Team MP SO Sho/G ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Anna Donaldson-BACW 22 13 0.59 2. Amanda Wemple-PUW 11 7 0.64 3. Lyndsey McIntyre-MOCW 16 6 0.38 4. Brittany Bolton-LMCW 20 5 0.25 5. Kr. Alderin-Fleagle-LCW 17 3 0.18 Si’Ara Washington-ECW 17 3 0.18 7. Michelle Landry-QUW 12 2 0.17 8. Becca Knott-SAPCW 19 1 0.05 Megan Robeson-MOCW 4 1 0.25 Megan Hirschy-QUW 9 1 0.11 Jamie Alcala-PUW 13 1 0.08 Carrie Hudnell-COKERW 16 1 0.06

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Honor Roll Daktronics NCAA Division II All-America 2009 Vickie Rich (3rd team) NAIA All-America 1993 Stacy Lamb (Honorable Mention) 1994 Kama Roberts (1st team) 1994 Stacy Lamb (2nd team) NJCAA All-America 1988 Shannon Johnson (2nd team) 1988 Merri Justice (2nd team) 1989 Julie Crews (1st team) NSCAA All-America 1989 Jeanne Cobbe (2nd team) 1990 Tracy Donahue (1st team) 1990 Shannon Webber (1st team) 1990 Deanne Santer (2nd team) 1993 Kama Roberts (2nd team) 1995 Stacy Lamb (1st team)

NAIA All-Region 1993 Kama Roberts (1st team) 1993 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1993 Leigh Smith (2nd team) 1993 Dena Moyer (2nd team) 1994 Kama Roberts (1st team) 1994 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1994 Heather Bowman (2nd team) 1994 Tonya Nauman (2nd team) 1994 Ashley Rogers (2nd team) 1995 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1995 Ashley Rogers (1st team) 1995 Alana Smith (2nd team) All-NAIA District 26 1992 Allison McDonald 1992 Karen Van Wert 1993 Stacy Lamb 1993 Dena Moyer 1993 Kama Roberts NSCAA All-Region 1989 Jeanne Cobbe 1990 Tracy Donahue 1990 Shannon Webber 1990 Deanne Santer 1992 Allison McDonald 1992 Karen Van Wert 1992 Kama Roberts 1992 Maris Ethridge NJCAA All-Region X 1987 Chrissy Adams 1987 Netha Valder 1987 Christine LaStella 1987 Chip Wulff 1987 Beth Loesch 1988 Shannon Johnson 1988 Merri Justice 1988 Christine LaStella 1988 Chip Wulff 1988 Kiki Kalevas 1988 Amber Caldwell 1988 Julie Crews 1988 Cathy Howard 1989 Shannon Johnson 1989 Tracy Donahue 1989 Julie Crews 1989 Cathy Howard NAIA Academic All-America 1993 Leigh Smith 1994 Alana Hill 1994 Erica Pratt 1994 Kama Roberts CoSIDA Academic All-District 2010 Brooke Santerre (2nd team)

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NJCAA Region X All-Tournament Team 1988 Shannon Johnson 1988 Chip Wulff 1988 Christine LaStella 1988 Amber Caldwell 1988 Julie Crews 1989 Cathy Howard 1989 Tracy Donahue 1989 Jeanne Cobbe 1989 Julie Crews (MVP) NJCAA Region X Player of the Year 1987 Chrissy Adams 1988 Shannon Johnson All-Western Carolinas Junior College Conference 1987 Chrissy Adams 1987 Netha Valder 1987 Christine LaStella 1987 Chip Wulff 1987 Beth Loesch 1988 Shannon Johnson 1988 Merri Justice 1988 Christine LaStella 1988 Chip Wulff 1988 Kiki Kalevas 1988 Amber Caldwell 1988 Julie Crews 1988 Cathy Howard 1989 Shannon Johnson 1989 Tracy Donahue 1989 Julie Crews 1989 Cathy Howard All-Carolinas Independent Athletic Conference 1992 Allison McDonald (1st team) 1992 Julia Callarman (1st team) 1992 Alana Hill (1st team) 1992 Kama Roberts (1st team) 1992 Karen Van Wert (Honorable Mention) 1992 Maris Ethridge (Honorable Mention) Conference Carolinas All-Tournament Team 1994 Ashley Rogers 1994 Stacy Lamb 1994 Kama Roberts 1995 Stacy Lamb 1995 Lyndsay Sherry 1996 Lyndsay Sherry 1999 Heather Sakaduski 1999 Carrie Crossett 2000 Carrie Crossett (MVP) 2000 Heather Sakaduski 2000 Eileen Workman 2000 Cameron Goodwin 2002 Cameron Goodwin 2004 Anita Hekman 2004 Dottie Brown 2004 Heather Klaus 2009 Brittany Bolton 2010 MaryBeth Sullivan All-Conference Carolinas 1993 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1993 Dena Moyer (1st team) 1993 Kama Roberts (1st team) 1993 Leigh Smith (1st team) 1994 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1995 Alana Hill (1st team) 1995 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1995 Tina Tsironis (1st team) 1995 Ashley Rogers (2nd team) 1996 Stacy Lamb (1st team) 1996 Kim Herrmann (1st team) 1996 Ashley Rogers (2nd team) 1996 Lyndsay Sherry (2nd team) 1997 Lyndsay Sherry (1st team) 1997 Kim Herrmann (1st team) 1997 Murrell Timmons (2nd team) 1998 Michelle Beckner (1st team) 1998 Lyndsay Sherry (2nd team) 1999 Heather Sakaduski (1st team) 1999 Carrie Crossett (Honorable Mention) 1999 Courtney Rogers (Honorable Mention) 2000 Heather Sakaduski (1st team) 2000 Carrie Crossett (2nd team) 2000 Courtney Rogers (Honorable Mention) 2001 Heather Sakaduski (1st team) 2001 Tera Reisner (2nd team) 2002 Heather Sakaduski (1st team)

2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Tera Reisner (2nd team) Adrienne Sansing (1st team) Jaime Workman (1st team) Heather Klaus (2nd team) Heather Klaus (2nd team) Amanda Caron (2nd team) Anita Hekman (1st team) Maribeth Novak (2nd team) Vickie Rich (1st team) Mary Dorn (2nd team) Aerial Gregston (3rd team) Maribeth Novak (3rd team) MaryBeth Sullivan (1st team) Brooke Santerre (1st team) Mary Dorn (1st team) Vickie Rich (2nd team) Brittany Bolton (2nd team)

Conference Carolinas Player of the Year 1996 Ashley Rogers Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year 1993 Stacy Lamb 1994 Jamie Parr 1999 Heather Sakaduski Conference Carolinas Player of the Week 1999 Heather Sakaduski 1999 Carrie Crossett 2000 Heather Sakaduski 2001 Heather Sakaduski 2002 Heather Sakaduski 2003 Heather Klaus 2007 Christine Calvert 2007 Tiffany Rodman 2009 Vickie Rich (twice) 2010 Vickie Rich 2010 Brooke Santerre 2010 MaryBeth Sullivan Carolinas Independent Athletic Conference Player of the Year 1992 Allison McDonald Carolinas Junior College Conference Championships 1988, 1989, 1990 Carolinas Conference Tournament (NAIA) Championships 1992, 1994 Conference Carolinas Championships 2000 Conference Carolinas Tournament Champions 2000 Conference Carolinas Runner-ups 2003, 2010 Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year 2009 Renee Lopez NJCAA Region X Coach of the Year 1987 Reid Estus 1988 Reid Estus 1989 Reid Estus NAIA Mid-South Region Coach of the Year 1994 Reid Estus NJCAA Region X Champions 1987, 1988, 1989 NJCAA Region X Runner-Ups 1990 NJCAA District Champions 1989 NAIA District 26 Playoffs 1992, 1994, 1995

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Daktronics NCAA II All-Southeast Region 2009 Vickie Rich (1st team) 2010 MaryBeth Sullivan (2nd team)

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Records Snapshot

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Individual Career Records Goals: 91, Heather Sakaduski, 1999-2002 Assists: 54, Stacy Lamb, 1993-1996 Points: 200, Heather Sakaduski, 1999-2002 Match-Winning Goals: 19, Heather Sakaduski, 1999-2002 Matches Played: 87, Alana Hill, 1992-1995 Goals Against Avg. (min. 1500 minutes): 0.69, Sharon Morgan, 1990-1991 Saves: 541, Anita Hekman, 2003-2006 Wins: 33, Cathy Howard, 1988-1989 Shutouts: 21, Sharon Morgan, 1990-1991 Individual Single-Season Records Goals: 43, Chrissy Adams, 1987 Assists: 24, Merri Justice, 1988 Points: 104, Chrissy Adams, 1987 Match-Winning Goals: 8, Heather Sakaduski, 2000 Goals Against Avg. (min. 750 minutes): 0.53, Sharon Morgan, 1990 Wins: 19, Cathy Howard, 1989 Saves: 187, Amanda Caron, 2002 Shutouts: 13, Sharon Morgan, 1990

Individual Match Records Goals: 6; Chrissy Adams, 10/23/87 Assists: 4; several times, last by Stacy Lamb, 1995 Points: 13; Chrissy Adams, 9/24/87 Saves: 23; Cheryl Stofka, 1997 Team Season Records Wins: 19; 1989 & 1994 Losses: 15, 2007 Ties: 3; 1993, 2003 & 2004 Won-Lost-Tie Percentage: .864 (19-3), 1994 Conference Wins: 10, 2000 Conference Losses: 8; 2005, 2007, & 2008 Conference Ties: 2, 2004 Goals: 98, 1987 Assists: 80, 1989 Points: 273, 1987 Saves: 210, 1999 Goals Against Average: 0.53, 1990 Shutouts: 14, 1990

Individual Career Records Points Rank 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

Name Heather Sakaduski Stacy Lamb Ashley Rogers Allison McDonald Shannon Johnson Karen VanWert Chrissy Adams Michelle Beckner Vickie Rich Merri Justice

Pts. 200 160 123 108 105 105 104 82 80 73

Years 1999-2002 1993-1996 1993-1996 1989-1992 1988-1989 1989-1992 1987 1995-1998 2008-present 1988-1989

Points Per Match (min. 20 matches) Rank Name Pts./M 1 Chrissy Adams 5.20 2 Netha Valder 2.90 3 Shannon Johnson 2.62 4 Heather Sakaduski 2.35 5 Stacy Lamb 2.00 6 MaryBeth Sullivan 1.85 7 Merri Justice 1.83 8 Ashley Rogers 1.60 9 Tera Reisner 1.58 10 Carrie Crossett 1.55

Years 1987 1987 1988-1989 1999-2002 1993-1996 2010-present 1988-1989 1993-1996 2001-2002 1999-2000

Goals Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10

Goals 91 55 53 46 43 38 36 36 31 27

Years 1999-2002 1993-1996 1993-1996 1988-1989 1987 1989-1992 1989-1992 1995-1998 2008-present 2001-02

Goals Per Match (min. 20 matches) Rank Name Goals/M 1 Chrissy Adams 2.15 2 Shannon Johnson 1.15 3 Heather Sakaduski 1.07 4 Netha Valder 0.95 5 Ashley Rogers 0.71 6 MaryBeth Sullivan 0.70 7 Tera Reisner 0.68 8 Stacy Lamb 0.66 9 Christine LaStella 0.57 10 Merri Justice 0.52 Vickie Rich 0.52

Years 1987 1988-1989 1999-2002 1987 1993-1996 2010-present 2001-2002 1993-1996 1987-1988 1988-1989 2008-present

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Years 1993-1996 1988-1992 1989-1992 1999-2000 1988-1991 1989-1992 1987-1988 1987 1987 1990-1993 1999-2002 2008-present

Name Heather Sakaduski Ashley Rogers Stacy Lamb Shannon Johnson Chrissy Adams Karen VanWert Allison McDonald Michelle Beckner Vickie Rich Tera Reisner

Name Stacy Lamb Allison McDonald Jeanne Cobbe Carrie Crossett Merri Justice Karen VanWert Chip Wulff Netha Valder Chrissy Adams Dena Moyer Heather Sakaduski Vickie Rich

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Asst. 54 36 33 32 31 29 24 20 18 18 18 18

Assists Per Match (min. 10 matches since 1998) Rank Name Asst/M Years 1 Netha Valder 1.00 1987 2 Chrissy Adams 0.90 1987 3 Merri Justice 0.77 1988-1989 4 Carrie Crossett 0.73 1999-2000 5 Stacy Lamb 0.68 1993-1996 6 Chip Wulff 0.65 1987-1988 7 Allison McDonald 0.45 1989-1992 MaryBeth Sullivan 0.45 2010-present 9 Jeanne Cobb 0.41 1989-1992 10 Karen Van Wert 0.37 1989-1992

Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Name Anita Hekman Courtney Rogers Brittany Bolton Amanda Caron Cheryl Stofka Heather Bowman Sharon Morgan Emma Juncadella Maris Ethridge Cathy Howard

Saves Years 541 2003-2006 300 1999-2000 296 2007-2010 187 2001-2002, 2004 169 1994-1996 156 1993-1995 151 1990-1991 150 2000-2001 146 1992-1993 146 1988-1989

Match-Winning Goals Rank Name MWG 1 Heather Sakaduski 19 2 Shannon Johnson 13 3 Vickie Rich 12 Allison McDonald 12 5 Ashley Rogers 10 Karen Van Wert 10 7 Cameron Goodwin 8 Stacy Lamb 8 9 Netha Valder 7 Tera Reisner 7 Shots Attempted (Incomplete) Rank Name Shots 1 Stacy Lamb 303 2 Heather Sakaduski 270 3 Ashley Rogers 230 4 Michelle Beckner 200 5 Vickie Rich 178 6 Lyndsay Sherry 173 7 Jaime Parr 169 8 Maribeth Novak 123 9 Brooke Santerre 105 10 Jessica O’Leary 98

Years 1999-2002 1988-1989 2008-present 1989-1992 1993-1996 1989-1992 1999-2002 1993-1996 1987 2001-02

Save Percentage Rank Name 1 Amanda Caron 2 Sharon Morgan 3 Courtney Rogers 4 Maris Ethridge 5 Anita Hekman 6 Emma Juncadella 7 Heather Bowman 8 Cathy Howard 9 Cheryl Stofka 10 Katie Brock

Sv Pct. Years .899 2001-2002, 2004 .858 1990-1991 .838 1999-2000 .830 1992-1993 .828 2003-2006 .824 2000-2001 .821 1993-1995 .816 1988-1989 .793 1994-1997 .740 1998-2001

Years 1993-1996 1999-2002 1993-1996 1995-1998 2008-present 1995-1998 1994-1997 2006-09 2008-present 2008-present

Wins Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Shots per Match (min. 20 matches - Incomplete) Rank Name Shots/M Years 1 MaryBeth Sullivan 3.80 2010-present 2 Stacy Lamb 3.79 1993-1996 3 Heather Sakaduski 3.18 1999-2002 4 Ashley Rogers 2.99 1993-1996 5 Vickie Rich 2.97 2008-present 6 Christine Calvert 2.95 2008 7 Michelle Beckner 2.47 1995-1998 8 Lyndsay Sherry 2.16 1995-1998 9 Murrell Timmons 2.14 1996-1997 10 Tiffany Rodman 2.13 2007-08 Goals against average (min. 1500 minutes) Rank Name GAA Years 1 Sharon Morgan 0.69 1990-1991 2 Maris Ethridge 0.76 1992-1993 3 Tricia Davies 0.80 1987 4 Cathy Howard 0.82 1988-1989 5 Amanda Caron 1.05 2001-02, 2004 6 Cheryl Stofka 1.17 1994-1997 7 Heather Bowman 1.18 1993-1995 8 Emma Juncadella 1.19 2000-01 9 Anita Hekman 1.53 2003-06 10 Brittany Bolton 1.72 2007-10

Name Cathy Howard Brittany Bolton Sharon Morgan Cheryl Stofka Maris Ethridge Anita Hekman Heather Bowman Tricia Davies Amanda Caron Emma Juncadella

Wins Years 33 1988-1989 31 2007-2010 29 1990-1991 28 1994-1997 27 1992-1993 24 2003-2006 19 1993-1995 17 1987 13 2001-2002, 2004 11 2000-2001

Shutouts Rank Name Shutouts 1 Sharon Morgan 21 2 Cathy Howard 18 Anita Hekman 18 4 Cheryl Stofka 16 5 Maris Ethridge 15 Brittany Bolton 15 7 Tricia Davies 9 8 Heather Bowman 8 9 Marissa Middleton 7 Amanda Caron 7 Courtney Rogers 7

Years 1990-91 1988-89 2003-06 1994-96 1992-93 2007-10 1987 1993-1995 2007-08 2001-04 1999-2000

Matches Played Rank Name 1 Alana Hill 2 Erica Pratt 3 Heather Sakaduski Jessica Stiles 5 Kristi DeMeritte Michelle Beckner 7 Jeanne Cobb Eileen Norton Lyndsay Sherry Cameron Goodwin Julia Callarman Jaime Parr Stacy Lamb Allison McDonald

Years 1992-1995 1992-1995 1999-2002 1999-2002 1992-1995 1995-1998 1989-1992 1999-2002 1995-1998 1999-2002 1989-1992 1994-1997 1993-1996 1989-1992

MP 87 86 85 85 81 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80

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Individual Single-Season Records

Goals Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Year 1987 1988 1999 2002 1987 1988 1994 2000 1993 1995 Year 1987 1988 1988 2002 1987 1999 1994 1994 1993 1990

Name Goals Chrissy Adams 43 Shannon Johnson 28 Heather Sakaduski 27 Heather Sakaduski 26 Heather Sakaduski 23 Ashley Rogers 20 Netha Valder 19 Karen VanWert 18 Shannon Johnson 18 Stacy Lamb 18

Year 1987 1988 1999 2002 2000 1994 1987 1990 1989 1993

Goals Per Match (min. 10 matches since 1998) Rank Name Goals/M 1 Chrissy Adams 2.15 2 Shannon Johnson 1.65 3 Heather Sakaduski 1.30 4 Heather Sakaduski 1.23 5 Heather Sakaduski 1.00 Ashley Rogers 1.00 7 Netha Valder 0.95 Karen Van Wert 0.95 9 Ashley Rogers 0.88 Merri Justice 0.88

Year 1987 1988 2002 1999 2000 1994 1987 1990 1995 1988

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10

Year 1988 1987 1994 1987 2000 1987 1990 1992 1999 1995

Name Asst. Merri Justice 24 Netha Valder 20 Stacy Lamb 19 Chrissy Adams 18 Carrie Crossett 17 Chip Wulff 17 Allison McDonald 16 Jeanne Cobbe 15 Carrie Crossett 15 Stacy Lamb 14

Assists Per Match (min. 10 matches since 1998) Rank Name Asst/M 1 Merri Justice 1.41 2 Netha Valder 1.00 3 Chrissy Adams 0.90 4 Stacy Lamb 0.86 5 Chip Wulff 0.85 6 Allison McDonald 0.84 7 Jeanne Cobb 0.75 8 Carrie Crossett 0.74 9 Carrie Crossett 0.71 Stacy Lamb 0.71

Year 1988 1987 1987 1994 1987 1990 1992 2000 1999 1996

Match-Winning Goals Rank Name MWG 1 Heather Sakaduski 8 2 Shannon Johnson 7 Netha Valder 7 4 Vickie Rich 6 Kama Roberts 6 Stacy Lamb 6 Shannon Johnson 6 Chrissy Adams 6 9 Heather Sakaduski 5 Vickie Rich 5 Ashley Rogers 5 Ashley Rogers 5

Year 2000 1988 1987 2010 1991 1993 1989 1987 1999 2009 1995 1996

Shots Attempted (Incomplete) Rank Name Shots 1 Heather Sakaduski 152 2 Stacy Lamb 138 3 Stacy Lamb 122 4 Heather Sakaduski 118 5 Ashley Rogers 88 6 MaryBeth Sullivan 76 7 Ashley Rogers 72 8 Ashley Rogers 70 9 Michelle Beckner 69 Vickie Rich 69 Jaime Parr 69

Year 1999 1994 1995 2002 1995 2010 1994 1996 1998 2010 1994

Shots per Match (min. 10 matches - Incomplete) Rank Name Shots/M Year 1 Heather Sakaduski 6.91 1999 2 Stacy Lamb 6.27 1994 3 Heather Sakaduski 5.90 2002 4 Stacy Lamb 5.30 1995 5 Ashley Rogers 5.18 1995 6 MaryBeth Sullivan 3.80 2010 7 Ashley Rogers 3.68 1996 8 Michelle Beckner 3.63 1998 9 Ashley Rogers 3.60 1994 10 Jaime Parr 3.45 1994 Vickie Rich 3.45 2010

Goals against average (min. 1250 minutes) Rank Name GAA 1 Sharon Morgan 0.53 2 Cathy Howard 0.64 3 Maris Ethridge 0.75 4 Maris Ethridge 0.78 5 Tricia Davies 0.80 6 Sharon Morgan 0.88 7 Heather Bowman 0.92 8 Anita Hekman 0.94 9 Cathy Howard 0.95 10 Anita Hekman 1.01 Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Wins Rank 1 2 3 4 5 7 9 Shutouts Rank 1 2 3 5 8 10

Year 1990 1988 1992 1993 1987 1991 1994 2005 1989 2003

Name Saves Amanda Caron 187 Courtney Rogers 173 Anita Hekman 170 Anita Hekman 142 Courtney Rogers 127 Anita Hekman 126 Emma Juncadella 119 Brittany Bolton 113 Cheryl Stofka 103 Anita Hekman 103

Year 2002 1999 2006 2004 2000 2005 2001 2007 1996 2003

Name Wins Cathy Howard 19 Tricia Davies 17 Sharon Morgan 16 Maris Ethridge 15 Brittany Bolton 14 Cathy Howard 14 Amanda Caron 13 Sharon Morgan 13 Cheryl Stofka 12 Maris Ethridge 12 Heather Bowman 12

Year 1989 1987 1990 1992 2010 1988 2002 1991 1996 1993 1994

Name Shutouts Sharon Morgan 13 Cathy Howard 10 Maris Ethridge 9 Tricia Davies 9 Sharon Morgan 8 Cathy Howard 8 Cheryl Stofka 8 Anita Hekman 7 Amanda Caron 7 Brittany Bolton 6 Anita Hekman 6 Maris Ethridge 6

Year 1990 1988 1992 1987 1991 1989 1995 2003 2002 2009 2006 1993

Team Season Records Points Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Points 273 260 255 207 195 188 183 179 165 154

Year 1987 1989 1990 1988 1994 2002 1995 1992 2010 2001

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 10

Goals Rank 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

Goals 98 90 88 77 72 72 69 65 58 56

Year 1987 1989 1990 1988 1994 2002 1995 1992 1993 2010

Match-Winning Goals Rank MWG 1 19 19 3 17 4 16 5 15 6 14 7 13 13 13 13

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Assists 80 79 77 53 53 51 49 46 46 45

Year 1989 1990 1987 1988 2010 1994 1992 2001 1999 1995

Goals Against Average Rank GAA 1 0.53 2 0.60 0.60 4 0.80 0.80 6 0.88 7 0.93 8 0.94 9 0.98 10 1.03

Year 1990 1988 1994 1987 1992 1991 1993 2005 2003 2002

Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Saves 210 188 176 170 165 153 147 142 126 120

Year 1999 2002 2006 2000 1997 1998 2007 2004 2005 2001

Year 1994 1989 1987 1990 1995 2010 1993 1996 1988 1991

Fewest Goals Conceded Rank GC 1 10 2 11 3 13 4 15 15 6 16 7 17 8 20 9 21 21

Year 1990 1988 1994 1991 2005 1987 1992 2003 1993 2002

Wins Rank 1 3 5 7 8

Wins 19 19 17 17 16 16 15 14 14 14

Year 1989 1994 1987 2000 1990 1995 1992 1988 2010 2002

Shutouts Rank 1 2 3 4 7 9

Sho 14 11 10 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

Year 1990 1995 1988 1987 2000 1992 1991 2008 1994 1989 1993 2002 2003 2009

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Lees-McRae Athletics: Success Elevated

Points Rank Name Pts. 1 Chrissy Adams 104 2 Shannon Johnson 63 3 Heather Sakaduski 60 4 Heather Sakaduski 58 Netha Valder 58 6 Merri Justice 54 7 Stacy Lamb 51 8 Heather Sakaduski 49 9 Stacy Lamb 47 10 Stacy Lamb 46 Points Per Match (min. 10 matches) Rank Name Pts./M 1 Chrissy Adams 5.20 2 Shannon Johnson 3.71 3 Merri Justice 3.18 4 Heather Sakaduski 2.90 Netha Valder 2.90 6 Heather Sakaduski 2.73 7 Stacy Lamb 2.32 8 Ashley Rogers 2.25 9 Stacy Lamb 2.24 10 Karen Van Wert 2.21

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1987 (17-3, 8-0 WCJCC)

Final NJCAA Rank: 7 WCJCC Champions NJCAA Region X Champions Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/13 at Appalachian State W 4-1 9/16 Guilford W 2-0 9/19 at Brevard * W 7-1 9/20 Anderson * W 5-0 9/24 at North Greenville * W 12-0 9/26 at Warren Wilson W 7-0 9/29 at Salem W Forfeit 10/2 at Spartanburg Meth. * W 4-1 10/7 at Anderson * W 6-0 10/8 at Warren Wilson W 5-0 10/11 at Guilford L 1-2 10/13 Spartanburg Methodist* W 3-0 10/23 North Greenville * W 9-1 10/25 Appalachian State W 2-1 10/27 Salem W 11-0 10/31 Brevard * W 8-1 11/6 vs. North Greenville % W 8-2 11/7 at Brevard % W 3-2 11/20 vs. Essex ^ L 0-2 11/23 vs. Mercer ^ L 0-2 * WCJCC Match % Region X Championships, Brevard, N.C. ^ NJCAA National Tournament, Trenton, N.J.

1988 (14-2-1, 8-0 CJCC)

Final NJCAA Rank: 7 CJCC Champions NJCAA Region X Champions Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/13 Warren Wilson T 1-1 9/17 North Greenville * W 7-1 9/21 at Brevard * W 7-0 9/24 at Anderson * W 11-2 9/28 Spartanburg Methodist* W 6-1 10/2 Brevard * W 6-0 10/7 at Warren Wilson W 2-0 10/10 at St. Andrews W 4-0 10/13 at Maryville W 6-0 10/15 at Spartanburg Meth.* W 5-0 10/17 at Appalachian State W 1-0 10/26 Anderson * W 6-0 10/29 at North Greenville * W 5-0 11/4 vs. Anderson % W 4-1 11/5 vs. Spartanburg Meth.% W 4-0 11/16 vs. Mercer ^ L 1-2 11/18 vs. SUNY-Farmingdale ^ L 1-3 * CJCC Match % Region X Championships, Tigerville, S.C. ^ NJCAA National Tournament, Princeton, N.J

1989 (19-3-1, 6-1 CJCC)

Final NJCAA Rank: 7 CJCC Champions NJCAA Region X Champions Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/9 Anderson * W 2-1 9/10 Andrew W 1-0 9/12 at Presbyterian W 6-0 9/16 at Spartanburg Meth.* W 6-0 9/20 Warren Wilson W 10-0 9/23 at Brevard * L 1-3 9/25 at Appalachian State W 3-2 10/1 St. Andrews W Forfeit 10/4 Spartanburg Methodist* W 3-0 10/6 at Furman W 8-0 10/8 Tennessee W 4-1 10/11 at Warren Wilson W 4-0 10/13 at Maryville W 1-0 10/16 Brevard * W 2-1 10/26 Appalachian State W 5-1 10/28 at Anderson * W 3-0 10/29 at Truett-McConnell W Forfeit 11/2 Anderson % W 5-1 11/4 Brevard % W 2-1 11/11 Andrew & W 11-1 11/15 Schoolcraft (Mich.) ^ L 2-5 11/17 Ann-Arundel (Md.) ^ L 2-4 * CJCC Match % Region X Championships, Banner Elk, N.C. & District Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ NJCAA National Tournament, Princeton, N.J.

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Year-By-Year Results

1990 (16-3, 5-1 CJCC)

CJCC Champions NJCAA Region X Runner-Up Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/4 at Warren Wilson W 10-0 9/8 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 6-0 9/12 Appalachian State W 3-0 9/15 at Spartanburg Meth.* W 10-0 9/17 at Tusculum W 4-0 9/22 Brevard * W 2-1 9/26 Maryville W 2-0 9/29 Anderson * W 3-0 10/3 East Tenn. State W 9-0 10/4 at Catawba W 10-0 10/6 Spartanburg Methodist* W 10-0 10/7 at Appalachian State W 2-1 10/10 at Brevard * L 0-2 10/14 Furman W 6-0 10/16 at East Tenn. State W 8-0 10/27 at Anderson * W 3-1 10/28 Schoolcraft L 0-2 11/1 vs. Anderson % W 3-0 11/3 vs. Brevard % L 0-3 * CJCC Match % Region X Championships, Spartanburg, S.C.

1991 (13-5)

First Season as Four-Year School Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/4 at Carson-Newman W 4-0 9/7 at Maryville L 1-2 9/10 Tusculum W 3-0 9/14 at Erskine W 3-2 9/18 Presbyterian W 2-1 9/21 Tennessee Wesleyan W 4-0 9/23 Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-1 9/27 Catawba W 3-0 10/1 Wingate W 4-0 10/6 Methodist W 2-0 10/7 at Gardner-Webb W 4-0 10/11 Queens (N.C.) W 3-1 10/12 at Coker L 0-1 10/17 at La Grange (Ga.) W 6-0 10/19 at Huntington (Ga.) L 1-3 10/20 at Savannah (Ga.) W Forfeit 10/27 St. Andrews L 0-1 11/2 at Berry (Ga.) L 0-3

1992 (15-6)

CIAC Tournament Champions NAIA District 26 Playoffs Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/8 at Tennessee Wesleyan W 4-0 9/10 at Univ. of Charleston W 6-1 9/13 Coker L 0-1 9/17 Carson-Newman W 8-0 9/19 LaGrange (Ga.) W 5-1 9/20 Berry (Ga.) L 0-1 9/26 at Catawba W 1-0 9/28 High Point W 6-1 9/30 at Queens (N.C.) W 5-0 10/2 Erskine W 5-0 10/5 at Tusculum W 9-2 10/8 Gardner-Webb W 3-1 10/11 at Presbyterian W 3-1 10/15 vs. Florida Atlantic L 0-2 10/17 at Lynn L 0-3 10/18 at St. Thomas W 5-1 10/24 at St. Andrews W 2-0 10/25 at Methodist L 0-1 10/27 vs. St. Andrews % W 3-0 10/29 vs. Coker % W 3-0 11/4 vs. Elon ^ L 1-2 % Carolinas Ind. Athletic Confer. Tournament ^ NAIA District 26 Playoffs

1993 (13-5-3, 2-1-1 CIAC)

Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T 9/3 at Centre W 9/4 at Lindsay Wilson W 9/9 at Gardner-Webb T OT 9/12 Tusculum W 9/15 at Carson-Newman W 9/17 Tennessee Wesleyan W 9/19 at Lynn L 9/20 at Berry L 9/23 Wingate W 9/25 St. Andrews * W 9/26 Chowan W 9/29 Queens (N.C.) L 10/2 at La Grange (Ga.) W 10/3 at Huntington (Ga.) T OT 10/7 High Point * T OT 10/9 Pfeiffer * W 10/13 at Coker * L 10/20 at Erskine W 10/23 Univ. of Charleston W 10/29 vs. High Point % W 10/30 vs. Coker % L OT * CIAC Match % CIAC Tournament

Score 3-0 2-1 1-1 5-0 5-2 4-0 0-3 1-5 4-0 1-0 7-1 1-4 7-0 1-1 0-0 9-0 0-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-2

1994 (19-3, 5-1 CIAC)

CIAC Tournament Champions NAIA District 26 Playoffs Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/4 at Lindsay Wilson L 0-2 9/5 at Tusculum W 2-0 9/9 at Tennessee Wesleyan W 2-0 9/10 at Covenant W 4-0 9/14 Piedmont W 5-1 9/17 Erskine W 1-0 9/20 at Pfeiffer * W 3-0 9/23 Lincoln Memorial W 4-0 9/24 Barton * W 8-0 9/27 at Wingate W 4-0 10/1 at St. Andrews * W 1-0 10/2 at Chowan W 5-0 10/9 La Grange (Ga.) W 6-0 10/11 at Mars Hill W 2-0 10/15 Coker * L 1-2 10/18 Belmont Abbey * W 6-0 10/27 High Point * W 2-1 10/30 vs. Belmont Abbey % W 7-0 11/4 vs. St. Andrews % W 2-1 11/5 vs. Coker % W 4-2 11/11 Wheeling Jesuit ^ W 3-2 11/12 Midway ^ L 0-1 * CIAC Match % CIAC Tournament ^ NAIA Mid-South Region Tournament

1995 (16-6-2, 6-3-1 CVAC)

NAIA District 26 Playoffs Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/2 at Lincoln Memorial W 2-1 9/4 at Clayton State W 9-0 9/6 Pfeiffer * W 2-0 9/9 Longwood * L 2-3 9/13 at Erskine * W 5-0 9/16 Covenant W 5-1 9/18 Tusculum W 2-0 9/20 Mount Olive * W 4-0 9/23 St. Andrews * W 6-1 9/26 Mars Hill W 1-0 9/30 at Barton * W 5-2 10/7 Piedmont W 3-0 10/10 at High Point * L 0-1 10/11 at Queens * L 0-2 10/13 at Belmont Abbey * W 7-0 10/14 at Coker * T 0-0 10/19 at Barry L 1-2 10/22 at Lynn L 1-11 10/24 vs. Coker % W 2-0 10/28 vs. Queens & T OT 3-3 11/3 vs. Spalding ^ W Forfeit 11/4 vs. Lambuth ^ W 5-0 11/10 vs. Lindsay Wilson # W 4-2 11/12 vs. Midway # L OT 1-2 * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament & CVAC Tournament Semifinal (QUC advances on PK’s, 6-5) ^ NAIA Mid-South Independents Tournament # NAIA Mid-South Region Tournament

1996 (13-8, 8-2 CVAC)

Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T 9/1 Wingate W 9/13 Charleston Southern L 9/14 Erskine * W 9/18 Carson-Newman W 9/21 Lynn $ L 9/22 Barry $ L 9/25 at Limestone W 9/28 at St. Andrews * W 9/30 High Point * W 10/2 at Tusculum W 10/5 Belmont Abbey * W 10/6 Clayton State W 10/7 at Mars Hill L OT 10/9 Queens (N.C.) * L 10/16 at Piedmont L 10/19 Coker * W 10/20 at Pfeiffer * W 10/23 at Mount Olive * W OT 10/24 vs. Longwood * L 10/26 Barton * W 10/29 Erskine % L * CVAC Match $ Unknown Neutral Site % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C.

Score 3-1 0-3 2-0 2-1 0-5 0-3 9-0 4-1 3-1 6-1 3-0 2-0 1-3 1-2 0-2 2-1 1-0 2-1 0-1 2-0 1-2

1997 (9-10, 5-4 CVAC)

Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T 8/31 at Wingate L 9/3 King (Tenn.) W 9/6 Longwood * W 9/7 Limestone W 9/10 Pfeiffer * W 9/13 at Charleston Southern L 9/17 at Carson-Newman L 9/20 at Barton * L 9/23 at Erskine * L 9/27 St. Andrews * W 9/30 at High Point L 10/4 Mount Olive * W 10/5 USC Aiken W 10/8 at Queens (N.C.) * L 10/11 at Coker * W 10/12 Lenoir-Rhyne L 10/14 Tusculum W 10/28 Belmont Abbey * L 11/4 at Belmont Abbey % L * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

Score 1-2 6-1 2-0 3-1 3-2 0-3 1-4 0-1 0-7 3-2 1-3 5-0 6-0 1-5 4-3 1-4 3-1 0-1 0-3

1998 (6-13, 3-7 CVAC)

Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score 9/2 Limestone * W 3-2 9/5 Charleston Southern L 0-4 9/7 at USC Aiken L 1-5 9/15 at King (Tenn.) W 1-0 9/19 Barton * L 2-7 9/20 Converse W 5-0 9/22 High Point W 2OT 3-2 9/26 at Mount Olive * W 4-0 9/30 Erskine * L 2-3 10/6 Queens (N.C.) * L 1-4 10/10 Coker * L 1-2 10/12 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-4 10/15 at Anderson * W 3-1 10/17 at Clayton State L 0-4 10/21 Belmont Abbey * L 1-4 10/24 Longwood * L 1-5 10/28 Montreat L OT 2-3 10/29 at Pfeiffer * L 0-2 11/3 at Belmont Abbey % L 0-5 * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

1999 (12-9-1, 7-3-1 CVAC)

Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score Palm Beach Atlantic L 2-4 at Montreat W 7-3 Limestone * W 3-1 at Converse W 3-1 Lenoir-Rhyne L 2-3 Clayton State W 3-0 Anderson * W 5-1 at Barton * L 1-3 at High Point L 0-4 Mount Olive * W 7-0 at Erskine * W 4-0 at Longwood * L 0-3 at Queens (N.C.) * W 4-3 St. Andrews * W 5-0 at Charleston Southern L 1-5 at Belmont Abbey * L 0-5 at Coker * W 4-1 King (Tenn.) W 2-0 Milligan L 0-7 Pfeiffer * T 2OT 1-1 11/2 at Barton % T 2OT 0-0 11/5 at Belmont Abbey ^ L 1-6 * CVAC Match % CVAC Tournament Quarterfinal, Wilson, N.C. (LMC advances on PK’s, 3-1) ^ CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

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Year-By-Year Results 2000 (17-6, 10-1 CVAC)

2001 (12-7-1, 7-3-1 CVAC) Date 8/24 8/30 9/8 9/9 9/12 9/15 9/19 9/22 9/23 9/28 10/3 10/6 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/19 10/20 10/23 10/27 10/30

Coach: Tracey Leipold Opponent W-L-T Converse W Belmont Abbey * L at Francis Marion L vs. North Florida # W at Carson-Newman W Barton * T 2OT at Limestone * W St. Andrews * W Lander W Longwood * L Lenoir-Rhyne L Erskine * W at Pfeiffer * L at Mount Olive * W at USC Spartanburg L at Montreat W at Coker * W at Anderson * W Queens (N.C.) * W at Pfeiffer % L

Score 3-0 1-2 1-4 3-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 6-1 4-1 1-2 1-2 5-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 3-1 3-2 3-1 6-1 0-2

* CVAC Match # Florence, S.C. % CVAC Tournament, Misenheimer, N.C.

2002 (14-6-1, 7-3-1 CVAC) Coach: Tracey Leipold Results Not Available

2003 (11-6-3, 7-1-2 CVAC) Coach: Tracey Leipold Results Not Available

2004 (4-13-3, 2-6-2 CVAC)

Coach: Tracey Leipold Date Opponent W-L-T Score 8/26 at Francis Marion L 0-4 8/28 vs. North Florida # L 0-5 9/8 Converse W 4-0 9/10 Queens (N.C.) * L 0-5 9/13 at Belmont Abbey * L 0-1 9/21 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-2 9/24 Coker * W 2-1 9/28 Milligan L 0-2 10/1 Anderson * T 2OT 1-1 10/4 at Carson-Newman L 0-4 10/8 at Erskine * L 1-2 10/12 Limestone * W 2-0 10/15 at Barton * L 1-2 10/22 at St. Andrews * T 2 OT 0-0 10/24 Pfeiffer * L 2-3 10/26 at Concord L 1-3 10/29 Mount Olive * L 0-1 11/2 at Belmont Abbey % T 2OT 1-1 11/5 vs. Barton ^ W 1-0 11/6 vs. Mount Olive ^ L 1-3 * CVAC Match # Florence, S.C. % CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C. (LMC advances on PK’s) ^ CVAC Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

2005 (3-12-2, 2-8-1 CVAC) Date 8/24 8/26 9/6 9/9 9/13 9/16 9/19 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/11 10/14 10/20 10/21 10/25 10/28

Coach: Renee Lopez Opponent W-L-T Score at Converse * W 2OT 1-0 at Milligan L 0-3 King (Tenn.) W 2-0 at Coker * L 0-1 Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-1 at Pfeiffer * L OT 0-1 Brevard T 2OT 0-0 Barton * L 0-1 Concord L 0-1 Erskine * L 0-1 at Carson-Newamn L 0-8 Queens (N.C.) * L 0-1 at Anderson * T 2OT 1-1 at Limestone * L 0-2 at Mount Olive * L 0-2 Belmont Abbey * L 0-2 St. Andrews * W 2-1

2006 (6-11-1, 3-7-1 CVAC)

Coach: Renee Lopez Date Opponent W-L-T 8/24 Brevard W 8/29 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 9/4 Converse * W 9/6 North Georgia L 9/8 at Palm Beach Atlantic L 9/9 vs. Warner Southern # W 9/16 at Queens (N.C.) * L 9/23 Coker * W 9/26 at Anderson * L 9/30 at St. Andrews * L 10/3 Limestone * T 2OT 10/7 Mount Olive * L 10/9 Pfeiffer * L 10/11 Bluefield W 10/14 at Erskine * L 10/19 at Belmont Abbey * L 10/21 at Barton * W 10/24 at Queens (N.C.) % L * CVAC Match # Lantana, Fla. % CVAC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C.

2009 (11-8-1, 7-4 CC)

2007 (5-15, 3-8 CC)

Coach: Renee Lopez Date Opponent W-L-T 8/25 at Brevard L 8/29 King (Tenn.) L 9/2 at Randolph-Macon L OT 9/4 at Trinity Christian W 9/8 Erskine * W 9/15 at Anderson * L 9/16 vs. Flagler # L 9/19 at Limestone * L 9/22 Barton * L 9/24 Queens (N.C.) * L 9/27 Milligan W 9/29 at Coker * W OT 10/3 Southern Wesleyan L 10/6 St. Andrews * L 10/11 at Converse * W 10/13 at Pfeiffer * L 10/18 Cumberland (Tenn.) L 10/20 at Mount Olive * L 10/24 Belmont Abbey * L 10/26 at South Carolina St. L * Conference Carolinas Match # Rock Hill, S.C.

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

2008 (11-9, 3-8 CC)

Coach: Renee Lopez Date Opponent W-L-T 8/30 at North Greenville W 9/2 at Ferrum W 9/8 Brevard W 9/11 Columbia W 9/13 at St. Andrews * W 9/17 Converse * W 9/20 Coker * L 9/23 Pikeville W 9/27 at Barton * L OT 9/30 Warren Wilson W 10/4 Pfeiffer * L 10/7 Limestone * L 10/10 Mount Olive * L 10/12 Randolph Macon W 10/15 at Queens (N.C.) * L 10/18 at Erskine * L 10/22 at Milligan L 10/25 Anderson * W 10/27 Southern Virginia W 11/1 at Belmont Abbey * L * Conference Carolinas Match

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

Score 2-0 0-4 7-3 0-6 0-6 1-0 1-3 2-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-4 5-0 0-4 0-4 2-0 2-4

Date 8/29 9/1 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/19 9/22 9/26 9/30 10/3 10/6 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/22 10/26 10/28 10/31 11/2 11/5

Coach: Renee Lopez Opponent W-L-T North Greenville L Brevard L OT vs. Clayton State # L at Johnson Bible W Erskine * W at Limestone * W OT Ferrum ! W at Coker * W Barton * L St. Andrews * W Belmont Abbey * L Trevecca Nazarene W at Mount Olive * W at Converse * W at Anderson * L Queens (N.C.) * W Milligan ! T 2OT at Pfeiffer * L at Queens (N.C.) % W at Belmont Abbey ^ L

Score 0-1 3-4 1-3 5-0 1-0 2-1 3-0 6-1 0-2 5-0 2-4 6-3 2-1 1-0 0-2 2-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-3

* Conference Carolinas Match # Spartanburg, S.C. ! Avery High School, Newland, N.C. % Conference Carolinas Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. ^ Conference Carolinas Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

2010 (14-6, 8-2 CC) Date 9/2 9/4 9/8 9/11 9/14 9/18 9/22 9/25 9/27 9/29 10/2 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/20 10/23 10/26 10/30 11/1 11/4 * # % ^

Coach: Cally Morrill Opponent W-L-T North Georgia L at Milligan W Mars Hill W Limestone * W at Belmont Abbey * L Mount Olive * W at King (Tenn.) W at Barton * W Converse * W at Montreat # W Pfeiffer * L at Queens (N.C.) * W at Wingate L Brevard W at North Greenville L at St. Andrews * W at Erskine * W Coker * W Mount Olive % W at Belmont Abbey ^ L

Score 2-5 2-1 3-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 4-1 3-1 7-0 4-0 0-1 1-0 2-3 3-0 0-1 4-0 4-1 8-1 2-1 2-3

Conference Carolinas Match Owen High School, Black Mountain, N.C. Conference Carolinas Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. Conference Carolinas Tournament, Belmont, N.C.

All-Time Series Records Opponent W-L Anderson (S.C.).................16-3-2 Andrew.................................. 2-0 Ann-Arundel (Md.)................ 0-1 Appalachian State.................. 7-0 Barry...................................... 0-2 Barton.............................. 7-8-2 Belmont Abbey............... 5-16-1 Berry...................................... 0-3 Bluefield................................. 1-0 Brevard.............................11-5-1 Coker.............................. 13-8-1 Carson-Newman.................. 5-3 Catawba.............................. 3-0 Central Oklahoma.................. 0-1 Centre.................................... 1-0 Charleston (W.Va.)................. 2-0 Charleston Southern.............. 0-5 Chowan.................................. 2-0 Clayton State......................... 3-2 Columbia............................... 1-0 Concord................................. 0-2 Converse............................ 11-0 Covenant............................... 2-0

First Met 1987 1989 1989 1987 1995 1994 1994 1991 2006 1987 1991 1991 1990 2000 1993 1992 1996 1993 1995 2008 2004 1998 1994

Last Met 2009 1989 1989 1990 1996 2010 2010 1993 2006 2010 2010 2005 1992 2000 1993 1993 2000 1994 2009 2008 2005 2010 1995

Opponent W-L Cumberland (Tenn.)............... 0-1 East Tennessee State............. 2-0 Elon........................................ 0-1 Erskine............................... 12-7 Essex...................................... 0-1 Ferrum................................... 2-0 Flagler.................................... 0-1 Florida Atlantic...................... 0-1 Francis Marion....................... 0-2 Furman.................................. 2-0 Gardner-Webb....................2-0-1 Guilford.................................. 1-1 High Point...........................5-3-1 Huntington..........................0-1-1 Johnson Bible......................... 1-0 King (Tenn.)......................... 6-1 LaGrange................................ 4-0 Lambuth................................ 1-0 Lander.................................... 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne......................... 4-6 Limestone......................... 9-3-1 Lincoln Memorial................. 2-0 Lindsay Wilson....................... 2-1

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First Met 2007 1990 1992 1991 1987 2008 2007 1992 2001 1989 1991 1987 1992 1991 2009 1997 1991 1995 2001 1990 1996 1994 1993

Last Met 2007 1990 1992 2010 1987 2009 2007 1992 2004 1990 1993 1987 1999 1993 2009 2010 1994 1995 2001 2006 2010 1995 1995

Opponent W-L Longwood.............................. 3-5 Lynn....................................... 0-4 Mars Hill.............................. 3-1 Maryville (Tenn.).................... 3-1 Mercer................................... 0-2 Methodist.............................. 1-1 Midway.................................. 0-2 Midwestern State.................. 0-1 Milligan...............................2-5-1 Montreat............................... 4-1 Mount Olive...................... 10-6 North Florida......................... 1-1 North Georgia...................... 0-2 North Greenville.................. 6-2 Palm Beach Atlantic............... 0-2 Pfeiffer........................... 6-11-1 Piedmont............................... 2-1 Pikeville.................................. 1-0 Presbyterian.......................... 3-0 Queens (N.C.)................. 9-10-2 Randolph-Macon................... 1-1 SUNY-Farmingdale................. 0-1 Salem..................................... 2-0

First Met 1995 1992 1994 1988 1987 1991 1994 2000 1999 1998 1995 2001 2006 1987 1999 1993 1994 2008 1989 1991 2007 1988 1987

Last Met 2001 1996 2010 1991 1988 1992 1995 2000 2010 2010 2010 2004 2010 2010 2006 2010 1996 2008 1992 2010 2008 1988 1987

Opponent W-L Savannah............................... 1-0 Schoolcraft (Mich.)............... 0-2 South Carolina State.............. 0-1 Southern Virginia................... 1-0 Southern Wesleyan............... 0-1 Spalding................................. 1-0 Spartanburg Methodist......... 9-0 St. Andrews.................... 17-3-1 St. Thomas (Fla.).................... 1-0 Tennessee.............................. 1-0 Tennessee Wesleyan.............. 4-0 Trevecca Nazarene................. 1-0 Trinity Christian...................... 1-0 Truett-McConnell................... 1-0 Tusculum............................. 8-0 USC Aiken.............................. 1-1 USC Spartanburg.................... 0-2 Warner Southern................... 1-0 Warren Wilson....................7-0-1 Wheeling Jesuit..................... 1-0 Wingate................................. 4-2

First Met 1991 1989 2007 2008 2007 1995 1987 1988 1992 1989 1991 2009 2007 1989 1990 1997 2000 2006 1987 1994 1991

Last Met 1991 1990 2007 2008 2007 1995 1990 2010 1992 1989 1994 2009 2007 1989 1997 1998 2001 2006 2008 1994 2010

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CVAC Co-Champions Coach: Reid Estus Date Opponent W-L-T Score Converse W 1-0 at Belmont Abbey * W 1-0 USC Spartanburg L 1-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 2-1 Montreat W 3-0 Coker * W 2-0 at King (Tenn.) W 2-1 at Barton * W 2-0 at St. Andrews * W 2-1 at Erskine * W 2-1 at Longwood * W 1-0 Charleston Southern L 0-1 Mount Olive * W 1-0 Pfeiffer * L 0-5 at Midwestern State L 1-3 vs. Central Oklahoma # L 0-5 Anderson * W 7-0 at Milligan L 2-3 at Queens (N.C.) * W 4-3 Limestone * W 6-0 Queens (N.C.) % W 2-1 vs. Longwood ^ W 2OT 3-2 vs. Pfeiffer ^ W 1-0 * CVAC Match # Wichita Falls, Texas % CVAC Tournament, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ CVAC Tournament, Wilson, N.C.

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Mission A Presbyterian-affiliated institution founded in 1900 to serve the educational needs of the Southern Appalachian region, LeesMcRae College continues to provide a quality, values-based education in an ecumenical environment, inspiring and enabling individuals to contribute to a changing society with integrity and civic responsibility. Through a curriculum rooted in a liberal arts core and emphasizing leadership and service, graduates obtain knowledge, skills, and a holistic understanding of themselves and the world.

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College History “Banner’s Elk,” as the village was once called, is said to have been settled around 1850. By the end of the century, the Presbyterian Church was becoming established in the area and in the summer of 1895 Concord Presbytery sent a young student from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia to organize a church at Banner Elk. In 1897, newly ordained, the Reverend Edgar Tufts returned as pastor of the church and remained to serve the community until his death in 1923. In the winter of 1899, concerned with the limited offering of the district school which was supplemented only by summer school work conducted by the church, Mr. Tufts took some of the young people of the neighborhood into his study for further instruction. This small group, called the Class of 1900, marks the beginning of Lees-McRae College. Mr. Tufts saw, however, that this effort was not enough and that there was a need for a boarding school, especially for the girls of the mountain region. A small amount of money was raised at a prayer meeting and the promise of lumber and labor made possible the opening in 1900 of a frame dormitory for fourteen girls and one teacher. One of the summer school teachers was Elizabeth A. McRae, originally of South Carolina, who had been sent to Banner Elk by Fayetteville Presbytery. Knowing the devoted character of her work, Mr. Tufts, named the institute for her. A few years later, after a boys' department had been opened at Plumtree, he added the name of Mrs. McRae’s friend, Mrs. S.P. Lees of Kentucky and New York, who had been a generous benefactor. The schools were chartered by the state in 1907 as the Lees-McRae Institute. In 1927 Lees-McRae became coeducational when the boys unit was moved to Banner Elk after the buildings at Plumtree had been destroyed by fire. Lees-McRae Institute became Lees-McRae College in 1931, gradually eliminating the high school department to form an accredited, coeducational junior college. In 1987 the Board of Trustees of Lees-McRae College voted to seek senior college status. In June of 1990 the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools granted Lees-McRae status as a senior (four-year) college. Over a hundred years after its founding, Lees-McRae College continues in the vision of the Rev. Tufts meeting the educational needs of the Southern Appalachian region and beyond. The college continues to fulfill its motto, in the mountains, of the mountains, and for the mountains while extending its ministry of education and service to diverse populations. Today, Lees-McRae is a small, private, four-year, coeducational liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. with over 900 students from more than 20 states and countries. Lees-McRae offers 22 outcomes-based, learner-focused major programs of study and several minor programs of study, providing a quality, values-based education in an ecumenical environment, inspiring and enabling individuals to contribute to a changing society with integrity and civic responsibility. Through a curriculum rooted in a liberal arts core to educate the mind, body and spirit, combined with an emphasis on leadership and service, graduates obtain knowledge, skills, and a holistic understanding of themselves and the world.

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