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Men’s & Women’s

Department of Athletics

Soccer

2011-2012

Fight Song Hail Loras Varsity Cheer them along the way, Onward to victory, We will win this game today. Let’s hear a cheer for the Varsity, Long may they reign supreme, Shout till the echoes ring, For the glory of our team! BE MORE. BE LORAS.

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Athletic and Wellness Center

Dear Duhawk Fans, Welcome to the Loras College Athletic Department and the Loras College 2011 Soccer Media Guide. The entire Loras community is thrilled that you are experiencing Loras College and “Duhawk Nation.” We hope you are able to visit Dubuque, Iowa, so you can experience our historic, beautiful and stateof-the-art facilities firsthand. Please always know that whether you visit for the first time or are able to see us regularly, you are welcomed by our athletic department, faculty and staff and, most importantly, our student body. The Loras College Athletic Department is constantly striving to extend the classroom for all of our student-athletes. Teachable moments occur for our coaches and studentathletes literally hundreds of times a day at practice and games. Traits like strength of character, sportsmanship, a solid work ethic and teamwork are taught and reinforced to produce Loras College alumni who will serve the world with integrity! As members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, another department goal is to compete at the highest level in all athletic venues. Our coaches are recruiting not only young men and women of character, but also athletically gifted and talented young people. It is my belief that you will see well-rounded student-athletes who demonstrate both integrity and athletic prowess as Duhawks. In the end, we hope you, like thousands before you, enjoy and experience the tradition and engaging personalities that make us all Duhawks. Thanks for your time and as always…Go Duhawks! Bob Quinn (’86) Director of Athletics

Loras College | 1450 Alta Vista Street | Dubuque, IA 52001 | 800-245-6727 | LORAS.EDU

The construction of the 74,189 square-foot athletic and wellness facility began in June 2006 and opened in November 2007. This newest structural addition to our campus includes: — A basketball/volleyball arena with maximum traditional seating for 1,732 spectators. The same venue for concerts/speakers provides seating capacity between 2,289 and 2,913. — A two-level fitness center overlooking lower campus provides 9,500 square-feet of strength and conditioning and cardiovascular space. — The locker room facilities support Loras students, visitors and comprehensive student-athlete needs. In addition, there are coaches’ offices, a concessions/ retail area, hospitality area, an athletic training room and storage.

Loras College Soccer Table of Contents

This is Loras College........................................ 2 Campus Map.................................................... 4 Team Duhawk................................................... 5 Athletic Support Staff........................................ 6 IIAC Conference............................................... 7 2012 Soccer Schedules.................................... 8 Head Soccer Coach......................................... 9 Coaching Staff................................................ 10 Loras Soccer Philosophy.................................11 Loras Men’s Varsity Roster............................. 12 Loras Men’s Reserve Roster.......................... 15 IIAC Men’s Reserve Wrap-Up........................ 19 IIAC Men’s Varsity Wrap-Up........................... 20 Men’s History Records, Stats, Results........... 21 Loras Women’s Varsity Roster....................... 30 IIAC Women’s Soccer Wrap-Up..................... 34 Women’s History Records, Stats, Results...... 35 Duhawks In The Postseason.......................... 43

Loras Quick Facts Location.................... Dubuque, IA (pop. 60,000) Enrollment................................................. 1,558 Nickname..............................................Duhawks Colors....................................... Purple and Gold Affiliation........ NCAA III, Iowa Conference (IIAC) Stadium......................... Rock Bowl (3,500 cap.) President..................................James E. Collins Athletics Director............................... Bob Quinn Associate Athletics Director......Denise Udelhofen Athletics Phone........................... (563) 588-7112 Athletics Fax...............................(563) 557-4087 Head Coach..................................... Dan Rothert Coach’s Phone...........................(563) 588-4936 SID.................................................. Jon Denham SID Phone..................................(563) 588-7407 SID E-mail..................... jon.denham@loras.edu SID Fax.......................................(563) 588-7983 Web Site.........................................LORAS.EDU Head Athletic Trainer.......................Chris Kamm Head Strength & Conditioning......Joshua Edwards Equipment Manager......................... Jeff Kilburg This book was written and designed by the Loras College Office of Sports Information, Jon Denham, director; and Helen Kennedy, Loras College Marketing Department. Cover designed by Mary Kay Mueller, Loras College Marketing Department. Photos courtesy of A2Z Sports Photography and the Loras College Sports Information Office.

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2011 Media Guide

This is Loras College Loras has a long-standing history of athletic success—athletes and fans are proud to be Duhawks! Loras offers 22 varsity sports – 11 for men and 11 for women. As an NCAA Division III school, Loras participates in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Student-athletes are widely successful: hundreds have been AllConference, All-American, All-Academic, Conference and National champion athletes. At Loras student-athletes are students first. Coaches go the extra mile to make sure students are athletically and academically successful. Football has been an important part of these athletes’ lives. Their academic and athletic experiences at Loras will help them to be winners for a lifetime.

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Loras College Highlights • At Loras, students choose from more than 40 majors and 13 preprofessional areas of study. As a liberal arts college, regardless of the major, students are exposed to a variety of subjects providing a wellrounded education. • Loras is ranked 13th among 371 Midwest baccalaureate colleges and universities in the 2012 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report. Loras’ affordability is further underscored by our continued inclusion in Barron’s Best Buys in Education, which recognizes only 240 colleges for affordability. Over 90% of our students studied abroad, participated in service trips or service learning, and worked internships in the 2010-2011 academic year. In 2011, The Corporation for National and Community Service again honored Loras College with a place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts and service to America’s communities. Approximately 1,200 Loras students engaged in 40,000 hours of community service, earning the College its fourth straight year of recognition; the second consecutive year Loras was honored with Distinction. Loras College is ranked #12 in the country among baccalaureate colleges and universities for students committed to service by Washington Monthly. Loras College has a more than 92% graduate placement rate. Within six months of graduation students are employed or enrolled in graduate school.

Established in 1839, Loras College is deeply rooted in the Catholic faith and the liberal arts tradition. Nestled high atop the majestic bluffs of the Mississippi River in Dubuque, Iowa, Loras College overlooks the states of Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa. Roughly a three-hour drive from the larger cities of Chicago, Des Moines and Milwaukee, opportunities for social, athletic and cultural events abound on campus, in Dubuque and beyond. Our Mission Loras, as a Catholic liberal arts college, creates a community of active learners, reflective thinkers, ethical decision-makers, and responsible contributors in diverse professional, social, and religious roles.

South Dakota

Minneapolis St.Paul

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LaCrosse Milwaukee Madison Cedar Falls

Loras is within reasonable driving distance from nearly every Midwest metropolitan area. Contact the Admissions Office at 563.588.7236, 800.245.6727 or admissions@loras.

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Cedar Rapids

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This is Loras College Enrollment 1,558 Students 1,471 Full-time

PROFILE 50.4% Male 49.4% Female

Student-to-Faculty Ratio 12 to 1 Average Class Size 16 Students Student Profile 43.0% Iowa Students 41.0% Illinois Students 6.7% Wisconsin Students 3.9% International & Multicultural Students Faculty 111 Full-time Faculty 31 Part-time Faculty 91% Hold highest degree in their field Academic Calendar Fall and Spring Semesters January-Term and Summer Sessions

Academic Majors, Minors and Pre-Professional Advising Areas Accounting Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Biological Research Business Chemistry Computing & Information Technology Management Science Criminal Justice Economics

Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Interpretation Applied Physics Art

Chiropractic Dentistry Law Medicine

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Undergraduate Majors Elementary Education K-6 Music Engineering Philosophy English Physical Education Literature Politics Creative Writing Psychology Finance Public Relations History Religious Studies Integrated Visual Arts Secondary Education International Studies Licensure: Management Biology Marketing Chemistry Mathematics English Media Studies (TV/Radio) History

Mathematics Music K-12 Physical Education K-12 Physics Social Sciences Spanish Social Work Sociology Spanish Sport Management Sport Science

Minors [distinct from above categories] Catholic Studies Iowa Coaching Gender Studies Irish Studies Greek and Roman Studies Journalism

Liturgical Music Publishing Theatre

Pre-Professional Mortuary Science Nursing Occupational Therapy

Physician’s Assistant Podiatry Veterinary Medicine

Advising Areas Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy

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Campus Map

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Team Duhawk

Hello From TEAM DUHAWK! We are embarking on a new academic and athletic year at Loras College. As Denise Udelhofen and I begin our second year of our administration of Duhawk Athletics, our goals remain the same. We want to teach our student-athletes to be great citizens and people through their involvement in athletics. We, also, always strive to compete at the highest level in the Iowa Conference and in the NCAA. While our season and year are new, our goals remain the same. Denise and I have worked extremely hard to rebrand what was once called the Duhawk Club. The Duhawk Club worked to financially benefit the entire department. In reorganizing this booster club, our discussions revolved around how we could move forward by garnering more support for our student-athletes and, at the same time, provide more benefits for our members. The true greatness of Loras College revolves around the people who make up this proud institution both past and present. We want to take advantage of these Duhawk relationships for our members. Our goal is to be more accessible, visible and provide more opportunity for members to celebrate and connect to Loras College Athletics. Denise, our coaching staff and I will be on the road to see and celebrate the Duhawks with our members. Consequently, we hope more alumni and friends of Loras College participate in this new program. We also hope that TEAM DUHAWK serves its members at a more beneficial level. Please consider becoming a member of TEAM DUHAWK! Serve the Duhawks, Support the Duhawks and Socialize with the Duhawks! As Always…GO Duhawks!

Bob Quinn (’86) Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Bob.quinn@loras.edu (563) 588-7736

Denise Udelhofen (’90) Associate Athletic Director Denise.udelhofen@loras.edu (563) 588-7742

“Support, Serve, Socialize” Loras College Soccer

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Athletic Support Staff

Bob Quinn

Denise Udelhofen

Director of Athletics

Associate Director of Athletics

Jon Denham

Chris Kamm

Director of Sports Information

Head Athletic Trainer

Jeff Kilburg

Joshua Edwards

Equipment Manager

Head Coach Strength & Conditioning Loras College Soccer

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IIAC Conference

222 Third Street SE, Suite 423 Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 Phone: (319) 366-4845 Fax: (319) 366-4911 www.iowaconference.com

Chuck Yrigoyen IIAC Commissioner

Founded in 1923 and recognized as one of the top NCAA III leagues in the nation, the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference consists of nine private, liberal arts institutions. The IIAC sponsors 15 intercollegiate championships in men’s and women’s sports. The IIAC has proven to be one of the nation’s most dominant conferences, annually having many of its teams finish highly at the NCAA III national level.

IIAC MISSION STATEMENT

The Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) consists of independent, regionally accredited, residential four-year, liberal arts colleges that share common academic philosophies and goals and that place primary emphasis on the academic progress of students. To that end the athletic programs of IIAC member institutions facilitate the intellectual, spiritual and physical development of all students, whether as participants or spectators. Members of the IIAC place highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience of our student-athletes and their successful completion of it. Therefore, the member colleges seek to provide an environment in which athletic activities are conducted as an integral part of our student-athletes’ educational experience. In that vein, intercollegiate competition is provided by the IIAC to develop participants’ skills in selfdiscipline, teamwork, fair play, sportsmanship and ethical conduct; it is not provided primarily to serve the entertainment needs of spectators nor the talent needs of professional sports teams. Student-athletes in the IIAC should experience growth of physical and mental skills as well as an appreciation for the rewards of adequate preparation and superior performance. They also should learn to work and play with others who are unlike themselves but who are talented and productive persons. They also should experience the pride of representing an organization, not just themselves, and the responsibility of proper conduct that comes with it. But primarily, they should have the opportunity to excel in their academic work as well as in their athletic endeavors; competitive events and practice sessions will be scheduled to minimize the potential conflict between academic and athletic excellence. In sum, athletic competition in the IIAC serves to encourage our students to participate in activities beyond the classroom, to enhance skills helpful to career success, and to assist them in their general development as human beings. Loras College Soccer

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2012 Soccer Schedules MEN August 25 vs Augustana TBA (Scrimmage) 31 vs.Bethel 7:00 p.m. September 2 vs. St. Mary’s (MN) 7:00 p.m. 4 vs. UW-Oshkosh 7:30 p.m. 7 @ Washington U. 7:00 p.m. (St. Louis, MO) 8 @ Webster TBA (St. Louis, MO) 12 vs. UW-Whitewater 8:00 p.m. 14 @ Augsburg 7:30 p.m. (Minneapolis, MN) 16 @ Macalaster TBA (St. Paul, MN) 19 vs UW-Platteville 7:30 p.m. 22 vs. Buena Vista* 7:00 p.m. 23 vs. UW- Superior 12:00 noon 25 vs. Wheaton 7:30 p.m. 29 @ Luther* 7:00 p.m. October 6 vs Central* (Senior Day) 10 @ Coe* 13 vs Wartburg* 14 vs. Dominican 20 @ Simpson* 24 vs. U of Dubuque*

WOMEN August 26 @ Upper Iowa 5:00 p.m. (Scrimmage) 31 @ Augustana 7:00 p.m. (Rock Island, IL) September 2 vs. St. Mary’s (MN) 4:30 p.m. 5 vs. UW-Platteville 7:30 p.m. 7 @ Washington U. 5:00 p.m. (St. Louis, MO) 8 @ Principia TBA (Elsah, IL) 12 vs. UW-Whitewater 5:30 p.m. 14 @ Augsburg 5:00 p.m. (Minneapolis, MN) 16 @ Macalaster TBA (St. Paul, MN) 22 vs. Buena Vista* 4:30 p.m. 23 vs. Dominican 2:30 p.m. 25 vs. Wheaton 5:00 p.m. 29 @ Luther* 5:00 p.m. October 3 @ UW-LaCrosse 7:00 p.m. (La Crosse, WI) 6 vs Central* (Senior Day) 1:00 p.m. 10 @ Coe* 2:00 p.m. 13 vs Wartburg* 3:30 p.m. 20 @ Simpson* 5:00 p.m. 24 vs. U of Dubuque* 6:00 p.m..

1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

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Head Soccer Coach Dan Rothert Head Soccer Coach Former Loras College soccer standout, Dan Rothert has been at the helm of the Duhawk men’s and women’s soccer programs since 1998. In 14 seasons, Rothert’s teams are regarded as some of the best in the country. This past season, both the men and women won the IIAC tournament championship, with the women winning the regular season title as well, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament where they both advanced to the 2nd Round. The men’s team finished 17-3-3 and with a final national ranking of #17; while the women finished with a school record of 18-3-1 and a final national ranking of #18. His men’s teams have advanced to the NCAA tournament seven consecutive seasons where they have had very successful runs at the national level-advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2005, 2009 and 2010 and the Final Four in 2007 and 2008. The women’s teams have won the Iowa Conference seven times and the IIAC Tournament nine times with eight NCAA appearances which were highlighted by runs to the Sweet 16 in 2003 and 2010. Rothert was named IIAC Coach of the Year for the women in 2011, has been awarded this honor 11 total times in his 14-year career and has been named Regional Coach of the Year three times. Rothert has amassed an impressive career record of 424-156-36 overall (214-82-17 with the men and 210-74-19 with the women) while at Loras and is one of only six NCAA soccer coaches to ever reach the 200 win plateau for both men and women.   Rothert’s teams have set records for winning percentage nearly every season he has coached the Duhawks. His teams have won or shared 13 Iowa Conference Championships (men in 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010; women in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010, 2011) and 13 Iowa Conference Tournament titles. Rothert’s studentathletes have received many honors both on the field and in the classroom during their careers. Notably, he has mentored six All Americans, four Academic All Americans and eight Iowa Conference MVPs. Rothert holds the highest soccer coaching licenses attainable. He has obtained the USSF “A” License, the NSCAA Premier Diploma, the NSCAA Goalkeeper National Diploma and US Soccer’s National Youth License. Prior to becoming the head coach at Loras, Rothert was the assistant women’s soccer and assistant women’s basketball coach at Plattsburgh State (NY) where the soccer team was the 1996 New York State Conference champion. Rothert served as the assistant coach at Loras in the 1997 season and was the head boy’s soccer coach at Dubuque Senior High School from 1997-2000, earning “Coach of the Year” honors in 1997. Rothert has both his undergraduate (‘96) and master’s (‘99) degrees from Loras in Physical Education. He and his wife Karen, a Loras graduate (‘98) and former volleyball studentathlete for the Duhawks, reside in Dubuque with their two sons, Danny and Jack, and daughter, Kate. Loras College Soccer

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Coaching Staff Dani Dodds

Assistant Coach

Danielle “Dani” (Gaydusek) Dodds completed her fourth season in 2011 as the top women’s assistant coach. She began her collegiate playing career at the University of South Dakota and transferred to Loras after her first year.  She was a studentathlete in the program for 3 seasons (2003-2006) and slid into a role as a student coach after battling injuries. Dodds scored 14 goals and tallied seven assists for the Duhawks as a center midfielder and helped lead the 2003 women’s team to the “Sweet 16”. While a student at Loras, Dodds began her coaching career as assistant soccer coach with the Wahlert High School girls’ soccer program for two seasons, helping them to an IGHSAU State Championship in 2005. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree in Physical Education (Teacher Education) from Loras College (‘06), Dodds completed her master’s degree in Kinesiology, with an emphasis in Sport Psychology, from Western Illinois University. She is also currently an adjunct professor for the Division of Physical Education and Sport Studies at Loras. Her professional coaching licenses include a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and USSF “D” license. Dodds, an Omaha, Nebraska native, resides in Dubuque with her husband, Mike (2003), and their son, Jude.

Matt Pucci

Assistant Coach

Matt Pucci is now in his second season in 2011 as the top assistant on the men’s soccer team. A four year member of the Loras varsity team from 2003-2007, Pucci played striker for two Iowa Conference Championship teams, three NCAA tournament teams, and was a captain of the 2007 Final Four team. That year, Pucci earned All-Conference and All-Region honors, putting together the fourth best offensive season in program history (17 G, 1 A). Pucci’s coaching career began during his time on the Duhawks roster with the boy’s high school teams at Hempstead and Wahlert. While the head coach with the Golden Eagles in 2008, the team won the IHSAA 1A State Championship and he was named the Mississippi Valley Conference Coach of the Year. Upon concluding his time in Dubuque, Pucci spent two seasons with Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania. The Cougars qualified for the NCAA Div. III Tournament in each of those two seasons, winning the Freedom Conference twice. Pucci earned his undergraduate degree from Loras College in Public Relations in 2008 and followed with his masters in Organizational Management from Misericordia University in May of 2010. His professional licenses include a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National Diploma. Pucci resides in Dubuque

Justin McCord

Men’s Reserve Team Coach Justin McCord has returned to the Loras soccer program to lead the men’s reserve program after graduating in 2010.  McCord was a four year player for the Duhawks and earned All-Conference accolades in both 2008 and 2010 as well as serving as captain his senior year.  McCord has also served as the assistant coach at Wahlert Catholic High School for two seasons and was just named Head Coach for the 2012 season.

Kelly Murphy

Asst. Student Coach

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Thomas Jennings Asst. Student Coach

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Jonathon Hartley

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Loras Soccer Philosophy The philosophy of the Loras College soccer program is one of empowerment, where a successful team will be developed through development of successful individuals. This will be accomplished by creating an environment that is disciplined – focusing on hard work and achievement of goal – and oriented towards the development of team unity. Each studentathlete will be allowed the opportunity to not only develop to his or her potential as a soccer player, but also as a student and a citizen. Furthermore, through constant communication among teammates and coaches, each individual will have the opportunity to have ownership in what is being done within the team structure. Thus, every member of the team will be valued for what role they assume within the team, who they are as individuals, and as involved decision makers. Finally, athletes in the Loras soccer program will be successful in the classroom and on the soccer field through the commitment of obtaining goals (individual and team) that in turn will lead to the ultimate goals of achievement and enjoyment.

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Loras Men’s Varsity Roster

DuBois 1 Nate SR GK

Quillin 2 Kyle SR D

Olson 3 Forrest JR F

Marxkors 4 Kyle JR D

Berkowitz 5 Erik SO D

Cosmopolis 6 Alejandro SO M/F

Garces 7 Camilo SR M

8 Malcolm Calbert

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Dylan Milkent

SO GK Wheaton, IL Glenbard South HS

Midlothian, IL Marist HS

Lima, Peru Colegio Carmelitas HS

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Lemont, IL Lemont HS

Florissant, MO Christian Brothers HS

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Onalaska, WI Aquinas HS

Racine, WI St. Catherine HS

SR D/M Stoughton, WI Stoughton HS

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9 Chris Comstock SR F Jacksonville, IL Jacksonville HS

Cole 10 Donald St. George 11 Tom SO M/D SR F Elm Grove, WI Brookfield East HS

Ann Arbor, MI Pioneer HS

Oswald 12 Louie JR F

Joiner 13 Brad JR M

Lewis 14 Sean JR D

Figura 15 Dan SO D

Pekovitch 16 Colin SR D

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Dubuque, IA Wahlert Catholic HS

St. Charles, IL St. Charles North HS

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Lemont, IL Lemont HS

Lincolnshire, IL Adlai Stevenson HS - 13 -

Evanston, IL Evanston Township HS

Johnny Rummelhart FR M Iowa City, IA Regina HS

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Olson 18 Dillon FR M

Fluegel 19 Tom FR M

Cavers 20 Kevin SO M

Langan 21 Pat SO M

Schneider 22 Ryan JR F

Van den berg 23 Tim FR M

Miller 24 Dan SR M/F

Venisse 25 Marc JR D

Midlothian, IL Marist HS

Wheaton, IL Wheaton North HS

Geneva, IL Geneva HS

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Rockton, IL Hononegah HS

Crestwood, IL Marist HS

Paulden, AZ Chino Valley HS - 14 -

Arlington Heights, IL St. Viator HS

Nijmegen, Holland W. Des Moines Valley HS

Andy Filipiak SR M Geneva, IL Geneva HS

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Loras Men’s Reserve Roster

Bitta 00 Andrew FR GK

Campagna 11 Danny FR D

Johnson 17 Ian SO M

Dao 24 Hong SO F

Hemmerle 25 Matt JR D/M

Garrido 26 Marcelo JR M/F

Perez 27 Juan SO M

Villacis 28 Jose SO F

Green Oaks, IL Libertyville HS

Hanoi, Vietnam Alleman HS

Cali, Colombia Colegio Bolivar HS

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Carol Stream, IL Glenbard North HS

Spring Grove, IL Richmond-Burton HS

Guayaquil, Ecuador Colegio Javier HS - 15 -

Sister Bay, WI Gibraltar Area HS

Cali, Colombia Colegio Bolivar HS

McCullough 29 Joe SO M Bartlett, IL Bartlett HS

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Loras Men’s Reserve Roster

Ryan 32 Conor FR M

Al-Qady 34 Sammy FR F

Falvey 35 Brian FR M

Walton 36 Andrew FR D

Cichon 38 Brian FR M

Joshi 39 Ayush JR D

Goerdt 42 Josh SO M

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Paravola 45 Mike FR M

Mokena, IL Lincoln-Way East HS

Bel Air, MD Geneva Community HS

Dyersville, IA Beckman Catholic HS

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Naperville, IL Neuqua Valley HS

Orland Park, IL Providence Catholic HS

Justin Tallard SO D Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS - 16 -

Lockport, IL Minooka HS

Kathmandu, Nepal Xavier Academy

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West 46 Zachary FR M

Smith 47 Coleman SO M

Pizzello 49 Mike FR D/M

Burgmeier 51 Mitch FR D

Elvert 52 Sean FR GK

Dargis 53 Matt FR M

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Noonan 56 Chris JR M

Burgmeier 57 Matt SO D

Bourbonnais, IL Lake Forest, IL Bradly Bourbonnais Comm. HS Lake Forest HS

Dubuque, IA Wahlert Catholic HS

Daniel Poveda

SO F Guayaquil, Ecuador Colegio Javier HS

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Naperville, IL Waubonsie Valley HS

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Elmhurst, IL Timothy Christian HS

Palos Park, IL Amos Alonzo Stagg HS

Dubuque, IA Wahlert Catholic HS 2011 Media Guide

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Hanna 58 Alex FR GK

Middletown, WI Madison Edgewood HS

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Miller 59 Austin FR D

Eldridge, IA North Scott HS

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IIAC Men’s Reserve Wrap-Up Duhawks Go Undefeated During Regular Season The Loras College Men’s Reserve team had another fantastic year, showing that the program has a very bright future for years to come. The Reserves had a great year going 11-0 during their undefeated regular season, with big wins against Ashford University and University of Iowa. Unfortunately, the team fell short during the Reserve Tournament hosted at Luther. The Duhawks were asked to split the roster into two teams because of a sudden withdrawal of another team. Both teams played very well, but by the last couple of games were down to playing just 11 players - many of them battling injuries. The coaching staff was very proud and impressed by the effort and determination showed by the entire team during the tournament and throughout the entire year. The Reserve team once again proved to be a great feeder program with players such as Mitch Burgmeier and Dillon Olson making their way to the varsity team. By the end of the year roughly 10 players had made their way to the varsity level while helping the team program gear up for the playoffs. With another great season in the books the Reserve team is very excited with the new talent sure to be added and the abilities within the current team.

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IIAC Men’s Varsity Wrap-Up Duhawks Win IIAC Tournament Title Reach NCAA III Second Round For Fifth Straight Year The 2011 Loras College Men’s Varsity soccer team finished 17-3-3, won the Iowa Conference Tournament, and reached at least the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championships for the fifth straight season. All told, the Duhawks outscored their opponents 75-18 with 23 different players scoring at least one goal for the purple and gold. No other team in Division III could boast that high of a number – as Loras regularly employed the ‘next man in’ mentality. A total of 17 Duhawks scored multiple goals and 12 different players were credited with game-winners. The Duhawks were second in the IIAC during the regular season at 6-1-1 and finished the regular season with a 14-2-3 record. In the 2011 IIAC Tournament, Loras knocked out Central College with a 2-0 win in the Rock Bowl (avenging the regular season 3-3 tie) and followed with a road win over Luther College in the championship game, 1-0. Johnny Rummelhart netted goals in each of the two games for Loras. Individually, Donald St. George led the team with eight goals, six assists and 22 points in 23 games. Brad Joiner was next with seven goals and seven assists in 20 games. Louie Oswald tied Joiner with seven goals. Senior goalkeeper Nate DuBois recorded nine complete shutouts and chipped in with four other split shutouts with Dylan Milkent. DuBois had 0.87 goals against average in 2011 and was the goalkeeper of record in all 17 wins. Postseason honors for the Duhawks included seven players on the All-Iowa Conference team. St. George, Cavers and Chris Comstock were first team selections. DuBois, Oswald, Joiner and Dan Figura were second team selections. Sophomore Kevin Cavers was also on the NSCAA All-North Region team following his team high 10 assists from the midfield. The 2011-12 senior class of DuBois, St. George, Comstock, Colin Pekovitch, Camilo Garces, Kyle Quillin (as well as Malcolm Calbert, Andy Filipiak and Dan Miller, who are eligible to return in 2012) won 73 games over the last four seasons. They combined for 14 shutouts, 24 goals and 18 assists in 2011.

2011 Men’s Soccer Standings Luther (14/15) Loras-z (19/17) Simpson Dubuque Wartburg Central Coe Buena Vista Cornell

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z - 2011 IIAC Tournament Champion (Rankings are NSCAA/D3soccer.com)

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|------- Overall -------| W L T 17 3 3 17 3 3 8 10 1 12 5 2 8 10 1 10 8 1 6 9 3 6 11 0 1 17 0

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Men’s Soccer History Thomas Jennings 2011 Records, Stats, ReDonald St. George 17-3-3, 6-1-1, IIAC 2nd, NCAA Rd. 2 Matt Lamale Kevin Cavers All-IIAC (1st) sults All-Region (2nd) Donald St. George Chris Comstock Nate DuBois Brad Joiner Dan Figura Lou Oswald

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

2010 16-7-1, 7-1, T-1st IIAC, NCAA Sweet 16 Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Miguel Bonilla All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) All-American (3rd) Thomas Jennings All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Malcolm Calbert All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Dan Wickman All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (3rd) Justin McCord All-IIAC (1st) Tom Strumpf All-IIAC (2nd) Kevin Cavers All-IIAC (HM) 2009 20-3-1 8-0, 1st IIAC, NCAA Sweet 16 Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Santiago Mejia All-IIAC (1st) IIAC MVP All-Region (1st) All-American (1st) Miguel Bonilla All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) All-American (3rd) Nate Minkel All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (3rd) Matt Splittgerber All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Nick Rizzo All-IIAC (1st) AJ Josephs All-IIAC (2nd) Tyler Hoyt All-IIAC (HM) Loras College Soccer

All-IIAC (HM) All-IIAC (HM) All-IIAC (HM)

2008 20-5-1, 7-1, 1st IIAC, NCAA Final Four Santiago Mejia All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) All-America (3rd) Miguel Bonilla All-IIAC (1st) IIAC MVP All-Region (1st) Sean Crosby All-IIAC (1st) Tyler Hoyt All-IIAC (1st) Nate DuBois All-IIAC (2nd) Nate Minkel All-IIAC (2nd) Nick Rizzo All-IIAC (2nd) Justin McCord All-IIAC (2nd) Matt Lamale All-IIAC (HM) 2007 23-0-2, 8-0, 1st IIAC, NCAA Final Four Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year West Region Coach of the Year Matt Brumfield All-IIAC (1st) IIAC MVP All-Region (1st) All-America (2nd) Santiago Mejia All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) All-America (2nd) Matt Pucci All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) Miguel Bonilla All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) Matt Splittgerber All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Mike Richter All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Nate DuBois All-IIAC (1st) Nate Minkel All-IIAC (2nd) Nick Rizzo All-IIAC (2nd) Matt Lamale All-IIAC (HM)

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Men’s Soccer History 2006 13-5-2, 7-1, T-1st IIAC, NCAA Rd. 1 Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Kevin Smerko All-IIAC (1st) Nick Anello All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Matt Splittgerber All-IIAC (1st) Santiago Mejia All-IIAC (1st) Mike Richter All-IIAC (2nd) All-Region (3rd) Kevin Burberry All-IIAC (2nd) 2005 18-4-1, 6-1-1, 3rd IIAC, NCAA Sweet 16 Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Matt Ochoa All-IIAC (1st) IIAC MVP All-Region (3rd) Kevin Smerko All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (3rd) Tony Stehn All-IIAC (1st) Nick Anello All-IIAC (1st) Nick Roe All-IIAC (2nd) 2004 13-6-3, 5-2-1, 3rd IIAC Dan Johnson Sean Moran Matt Ochoa Tony Stehn,

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

2003 17-4, 7-1, 1st IIAC Brad Johnson Sean Moran Matt Ochoa Andy Zimmer Rashad Dacus

All-IIAC (1st) IIAC MVP All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

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2002 11-6-2, 7-2, 5th IIAC Sean Moran Nick Sullivan Andy Zimmer

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

2001 13-8-1, 6-1-1, 2nd IIAC Brad Johnson Rashad Dacus Troy Neideen Sean Moran

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (HM)

2000 12-9, 7-2, 4th IIAC Brad Johnson Nick Williams Rashad Dacus Mike Mueller

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

1999 9-12-1, 7-2, 2nd IIAC Jason Woods Jason Berna Brad Johnson Steve Prior Zach Alumbaugh

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

1998 11-10, 8-3, 3rd IIAC Jason Woods Jason Berna Tim Stasiek

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

1997 9-9-1, 6-2-1, 2nd IIAC Jason Woods Jason Berna Javier Perez

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

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Men’s Soccer History 1996 12-11, 6-3, 3rd IIAC Misha Pryadilnkov Troy Thiele Andy McKinnon Mike Piehler

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

1995 6-11-3 Misha Pryadilnkov Javier Perez

All-IIAC Tourney All-Region All-IIAC Tourney

1994 10-10 Marcus Rezende Pedro Cortez Troy Thiele

All-IIAC Tourney All-IIAC Tourney All-IIAC Tourney

1993 11-8-1 Kris Keplinger Marcus Rezende Matt Blackford

All-IIAC Tourney All-IIAC Tourney All-IIAC Tourney

1987 4-10-2 1986 6-7-4 1985 7-8-2 NAIA District 15 Runners-Up 1984 8-8 Pete Jebson John Reilly Joe Raible Andy Fuller

NAIA All-District 15 NAIA All-District 15 NAIA All-District 15 NAIA All-District 15

1983 1-7 Pete Jebson John Reilly Joe Raible

NAIA All-District 15 NAIA All-District 15 NAIA All-District 15

1992 4-13-1 1991 ~ No Team~ 1990 4-9-1 1989 2-11-1 1988 9-6-2

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Men’s Team Records Wins 23 Losses 13

23-0-2, 2007 4-13-1, 1992

Most Goals

Match Opponent Both Season Opp. - Season

Fewest Goals

Allowed Scored

Miscellaneous

Shutouts Times Shutout Winning Streak Unbeaten Streak Losing Streak

Goals Scored

Match: Season: Career:

Assists

Match: Season: Career:

Points

Match: Season: Career:

Saves

Match: Season: Career:

Fewest Goals Against

Season: Career:

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19 10 19 79 62

vs. Clarke, 19-0, 1989 Marycrest, 0-10, 1990 vs. Clarke, 19-0, 1989 2003 1992

6 13

2007 1990

19 9 22 31 7

2007 1999 2007 2007-2008 1990

9 24 55

Mike Hobin, vs. Clarke, 1989 Kris Keplinger, 1993 Miguel Bonilla, 2007-2010

7 17 58

Brian Flaherty, vs. Clarke, 1989 Santiago Mejia, 2008 Santiago Mejia, 2006-09

18 52 133

Mike Hobin, vs. Clarke, 1989 Kris Keplinger (24G, 2A), 1993 Miguel Bonilla (55G, 23A) 2007-10

21 163 313

Jay Benton, vs. St. Mary’s, 1997 Justin Friske, 1996 Zach Alumbaugh, 1998-2001

3 42

Nate DuBois, Tom Richlak, (3 each) 2007 Nate DuBois, 2007-08, 2011 - 24 -

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Men’s Overall Team Stats All Games

Overall: 17-3-3

Conference: 6-1-1

Home: 10-1-2

Away: 6-2-1

LORAS

OPP

75-501 3.26 .150 21.8 63

18-226 0.78 .080 9.8 14

Corner Kicks

161

97

Penalty Kicks

4-5

2-3

4490 13/345 1/81

3330 9/370

Shot Statistics

Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots/Game Assists

Attendance Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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Neutral: 1-0-0

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Men’s Schedule Results 2011 Varsity Schedule Results Date Opponent Sept. 2 vs. North Central Sept. 3 at Wheaton Septs. 7 at UW-Whitewater Sept. 9 at St. Ambrose Sept. 11 MACALESTER Sept. 13 UW-PLATTEVILLE Sept. 17 NEB. WESLEYAN Sept. 18 ST. NORBERT Sept. 24 DUBUQUE* Sept. 30 AUGSBURG Oct. 1 at Buena Vista* Oct. 5 at Coe* Oct. 8 CENTRAL* Oct. 9 at Dominican Oct. 12 WARTBURG* Oct. 15 at Simpson* Oct. 19 at Luther* Oct. 23 WASHINGTON UNIV. Oct. 26 CORNELL* IIAC Nov. 2 CENTRAL Nov. 5 at Luther NCAA Nov. 11 MINN.-MORRIS Nov. 12 CALVIN * Iowa Conference

Results W, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 4-2 T, 0-0, 2OT W, 2-1 W, 4-2 W, 6-0 W, 7-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-1 T, 3-3, 2OT W, 5-0 W, 3-1 W, 4-0 L, 2-0 T, 0-0, 2OT W, 13-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 4-0

Caps=HOME

2011 Reserves Schedule Results Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 7 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 17 Oct. 20

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Opponent DUBUQUE* at Wartburg* at Ashford at St. Ambrose WARTBURG* MADISON TECH MCHENRY COUNTY ST. AMBROSE at Univ. of Iowa ASHFORD at Dubuque*

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Result W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 6-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 6-0 W, 3-1 W, 6-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1, OT W, 2-0

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Men’s Season Records Points

Name 1 Kris Keplinger 2 Miguel Bonilla 3 Miguel Bonilla 4 Matt Pucci Nick Roe 6 Kris Keplinger 7 Brad Johnson 8 Misha Prydilnkov 9 Brad Johnson 10 Troy Thiele Pedro Cortez Andy McKinnon Santiago Mejia

Goals

Name 1 Kris Keplinger 2 Miguel Bonilla 3 Miguel Bonilla 4 Matt Pucci 5 Kris Keplinger 6 Pete Jebson 7 Brad Johnson Brad Johnson Andy McKinnon 10 Pedro Cortez Troy Thiele Nick Roe

# 52 44 42 35 35 34 33 32 31 30 30 30 30

Year 1993 2009 2008 2007 2005 1992 2003 1995 2001 1995 1993 1996 2009

# 24 19 18 17 16 15 14 14 14 13 13 13

Year 1993 2009 2008 2007 1992 1984 2003 2001 1996 1993 1995 2005

Assists

Name 1 Santiago Mejia 2 Santiago Mejia 3 Santiago Mejia 4 Misha Prydilnkov 5 Joe Raible 6 Mike Richter Santiago Mejia Kevin Cavers 8 Jason Berna Nick Roe

Shutouts

Name 1 Nate Dubois 2 Nate Dubois 3 Dan Wickman 4 Nate Dubois Kevin Smerko 6 Adam Kelsch 7 Zach Alumbaugh Justin Friske 9 Dan Wickman 10 Nick Williams Kevin Smerko

Saves

Name 1 Justin Friske 2 Greg Salazar 3 Nick Williams 4 Matt Blackford 5 Zach Alumbaugh

Goals/Average Name 1 Nate DuBois 2 Tom Richlak 3 Dan Wickman 4 Dan Wickman 5 Adam Kelsch 6 Nate DuBois 7 Kevin Smerko 8 Nate DuBois 9 Nick Murray 10 Kevin Smerko Loras College Soccer

(900 Mins. Min.) # 0.20 0.29 0.45 0.76 0.81 0.83 0.85 0.87 0.90 1.02 - 27 -

Mins 1,337 936 989 2,117 1,228 2,265 1,902 1,867 1,597 1,768

# 17 16 15 12 11 10 10 10 9 9

Year 2008 2009 2007 1995 1986 2005 2006 2011 1999 2005

# 12.5 9 8 7 7 6.5 6 6 5.5 5 5

Year 2008 2011 2010 2007 2005 2009 1998 1996 2009 1997 2006

# 163 119 98 91 90

Year 1996 1992 1997 1994 2000

Year 2007 2007 2009 2010 2009 2008 2005 2011 2003 2006 2011 Media Guide

Men’s Career Records Points

Name 1 Miguel Bonilla 2 Brad Johnson 3 Santiago Mejia 4 Kris Keplinger 5 Misha Prydilnkov 6 Tony Stehn 7 Marcus Rezende 8 Mike Richter 9 Nick Roe 10 Joe Raible

Goals

Name 1 Miguel Bonilla 2 Brad Johnson 3 Kris Keplinger 4 Tony Stehn 5 Marcus Rezende Misha Prydilnkov Mike Richter Matt Pucci 9 Troy Thiele Andy Zimmer

# 133 99 98 86 76 74 71 70 64 63

Years 2007-10 1999-03 2006-09 1991-93 1994-96 2002-05 1992-94 2004-07 2002-05 1983-86

# 55 44 40 29 26 26 26 26 23 23

Years 2007-09 1999-03 1991-93 2002-05 1992-94 1994-96 2004-07 2004-07 1993-96 2002-05

Assists

Name 1 Santiago Mejia 2 Misha Prydilnkov 3 Miguel Bonilla 4 Jason Berna Joe Raible 6 Brian Flaherty Nick Roe 8 Marcus Rezende Andy Zimmer 10 Mike Richter

# 58 24 23 21 21 20 20 19 19 18

Years 2006-09 1994-96 2007-10 1996-99 1983-86 1987-90 2002-05 1992-94 2002-05 2004-07

Shutouts

(Min. 5) Name # Years 1 Nate DuBois 28.5 2007-08, 2011 2 Zach Alumbaugh 17 1998-01 3 Dan Wickman 13.5 2009-10 4 Kevin Smerko 13 2003-06 5 Kent Rustad 11 1984-87 6 Nick Murray 9 2001-04

Saves

Name 1 Zach Alumbaugh 2 Greg Salazar 3 Kevin Smerko 4 Nate DuBois 5 Justin Friske

# Years 313 1998-01 245 1991-95 217 2003-06 208 2007-08, 2011 163 1996

Goals/Average Name 1 Tom Richlak 2 Dan Wickman 3 Nate DuBois 4 Nick Murray 5 Kevin Smerko 6 Zach Alumbaugh 7 Kent Rustad 8 Greg Salazar 9 Matt Blackford 10 Tom Gilfillan Loras College Soccer

(2+ Seasons) # Mins 0.38 1,173 0.67 3206 0.69 5,468 1.04 3,449 1.06 5,311 1.31 6,056 2.10 4,187 2.16 2,578 2.18 1,320 2.58 1,012 - 28 -

Years 2004-07 2007-10 2007-08. 2011 2001-04 2003-06 1998-01 1984-87 1991-95 1994 1990-92 2011 Media Guide

Men’s Overall Individual Stats All Games

Overall: 17-3-3

Conference: 6-1-1

Home: 10-1-2

## Name GP-GS G 13 Brad Joiner 20-20 7 10 Donald St. George 23-23 8 20 Kevin Cavers 23-23 4 12 Louie Oswald 23-2 7 9 Chris Comstock 23-23 5 17 Johnny Rummelhart 23-0 4 19 Tom Fluegel 23-3 4 3 Forrest Olson 23-0 3 15 Dan Figura 23-23 4 8 Malcolm Calbert 5-5 4 22 Ryan Schneider 18-0 3 6 Alejandro Cosmopolis 23-18 2 21 Pat Langan 22-9 3 2 Kyle Quillin 20-1 3 7 Camilo Garces 23-23 1 23 Tim Van den Bergh 19-5 2 24 Dan Miller 12-0 2 18 Dillon Olson 19-0 2 14 Sean Lewis 23-0 1 11 Tom Cole 23-6 1 4 Kyle Marxkors 15-12 1 25 Marc Venisse 14-1 1 16 Colin Pekovitch 22-18 1 5 Erik Berkowitz 21-15 0 26 Mitch Burgmeier 1-0 0 1 Nate DuBois 22-22 0 0 Dylan Milkent 5-1 0 Total 23 75 Opponents 23 18 ## Name GP-GS 0 Dylan Milkent 5-1 1 Nate DuBois 22-20 TM TEAM Total 23 Opponents 23

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Away: 6-2-1

Neutral: 1-0-0

A Pts Sh Shot% YC-RC GW PK-ATT 7 21 37 .189 2-0 2 0-0 4 20 62 .129 3-0 2 1-2 10 18 44 .091 2-0 2 0-0 3 17 34 .206 1-0 2 1-1 4 14 44 .114 0-0 1 0-0 4 12 23 .174 2-0 1 0-0 3 11 15 .267 0-0 1 0-0 4 10 20 .150 4-0 1 0-0 0 8 13 .308 0-0 1 0-0 0 8 8 .500 1-1 0 0-0 2 8 12 .250 2-0 0 0-0 4 8 25 .080 0-0 0 0-0 1 7 35 .086 0-0 0 0-0 1 7 14 .214 0-0 0 1-1 5 7 20 .050 1-0 1 0-0 2 6 23 .087 0-0 1 0-0 1 5 7 .286 0-0 0 0-0 1 5 6 .333 1-0 0 1-1 2 4 25 .040 0-0 1 0-0 2 4 12 .083 3-0 0 0-0 1 3 12 .083 2-0 0 0-0 1 3 3 .333 0-0 0 0-0 0 2 6 .167 1-0 0 0-0 1 1 1 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 63 213 501 .150 25-2 17 4-5 14 50 226 .080 30-1 3 2-3

|--GOAL AVERAGE--| |----SAVES----| Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct 262:13 0 0.00 6 1.000 1867:47 18 0.87 58 .763 0:00 0 0.00 0 .000 2130:00 18 0.76 64 .780 2130:00 75 3.17 163 .685

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|-----RECORD----| W L T Sho 0 0 1 1 17 3 2 9 0 0 0 4 17 3 3 14 3 17 3 4

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Loras Women’s Varsity Roster

Vonachen 00 Michelle FR GK

Wilson 0 Hannah FR GK

Chambers 1 Katie SR GK

Murphy 2 Claire FR M/D

Nader 3 Amy JR D/M

DeVriese 5 Lynn SO F

Waltz 6 Lisa SR F/M

Schlader 7 Natalie SR M

Wilson 8 Hillary JR F

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Glen Ellyn, IL Glenbard West HS

Tinley Park IL Andrew HS

Deerfield, IL Deerfield HS

Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS

Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Lutheran HS

Dubuque, IA Wahlert Catholic HS

Sleepy Hollow, IL St. Edward HS

East Moline, IL Alleman Catholic HS

Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS

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Rieger 9 Rachel JR D Bartlett, IL Bartlett HS

Young 10 Kate SR F

Roscoe, IL Hononegah HS

Trump 11 Sarah SO D/M

Flossmoor, IL Marian Catholic HS

Kinnunen Mosca 12 Brittany 13 Frankie SO M SO M

Campbell 14 Kinsey SO D/M

Rooney 15 Brittan SR M/F

Kern 17 Jessica SR M/F

Lemont, IL Lemont HS

Peoria, IL Notre Dame HS

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Plainfield, IL Joliet Catholic HS

Lohmeyer 16 Tonya SR M Wilton, IA Wilton HS

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Greendale, WI Greendale HS

Elmhurst, IL Montini Catholic HS 2011 Media Guide

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Roe 18 Rosie JR F

Schmitt 19 Ali JR M

Maier 21 Abby FR M

Tumberger Tennant 22 Jaclyn 23 Madeline SO M SO M

Eslinger 24 Jayne JR M

Kittleson 25 Megan SO M

Crestwood, IL Marist HS

Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS

Chicago, IL St. Ignatius College Prep

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Cedar Rapids, IA Xavier HS

Arlington Heights, IL St. Viator HS

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Vujovic 20 Danielle FR M Elmhurst, IL York HS

Geneva, IL Geneva HS

Small 26 Sarah FR D Peoria, IL Richwoods HS

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Perkins 27 Shelby FR D

Leibforth 28 Jill FR F

Eggert 30 Alexa FR D

Frana 31 Erica JR D

Davenport, IA Davenport North HS

Tinley Park, IL Lincoln Way North HS

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Evergreen Park, IL Mother Macauley HS

Everding 29 Kristina FR M/F

Sumner, IA Waverly-Shell Rock HS

New Berlin, WI Nathan Hale HS

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IIAC Women’s Soccer Wrap-Up 2011 Includes 17-Game Unbeaten Streak Second Straight Trip to NCAA Round 2 The 2011 Loras College Women’s Soccer Team won the Iowa Conference’s regular season (7-0-1) and Tournament titles and hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championships. The Duhawks finished 18-3-1 on the year and were on a 17-game unbeaten streak when the season came to an end. Fourteen different players scored at least two goals for the Duhawks and four players logged at least eight assists. The purple and gold outscored their opponents 71-17 in 2011. Loras also posted 12 shutouts in their 18 wins. The offense was led by senior Kate Young’s 13 goals, eight assists and 34 points. She concludes her career as the second most decorated player in program history. Six other players scored at least five goals in 2011. Danielle Vujovic was second on the team with nine (and nine assists), followed by Jessica Kern and Tonya Lohmeyer with seven each, Lisa Waltz’s six and five apiece for Jayne Eslinger and Madeline Tennant. After the 2011 season came to end in the second round of the NCAA Division III Championships, the postseason honors started rolling in. Young, Kern, goalkeeper Katie Chambers and center back Kinsey Campbell each made the first team All-Iowa Conference list. Eslinger and Vujovic were on the second team. Honorable Mention went to Lohmeyer and Ali Schmitt, as well as defenders Lynn DeVriese and Sarah Trump. Head coach Dan Rothert was also named the 2011 IIAC Women’s Coach of the Year – the sixth such honor for Rothert and second in a row. The program’s most accomplished senior class leaves after tallying 66 wins over the last four seasons. Chambers, Young, Kern, Schmitt, Lohmeyer, Waltz, Brittan Rooney and Natalie Schlader wrapped up their careers in 2011 with multiple IIAC championships and NCAA appearances.

2011 Women’s Soccer Standings Loras - z (18/rv) Wartburg (20/nr) Simpson Luther Dubuque Central Buena Vista Coe Cornell

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|--------------- IIAC ---------------| W L T Pts. 7 0 1 22 7 0 1 22 5 3 0 15 5 3 0 15 4 3 1 13 3 4 1 10 1 7 0 3 1 7 0 3 1 7 0 3

z - 2011 IIAC Tournament Champion (Rankings are NSCAA/D3soccer.com)

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|------- Overall -------| W L T 18 3 1 17 2 3 13 6 2 10 9 1 9 8 1 10 7 1 8 10 1 4 11 2 5 14 0

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Women’s Soccer History 2011 2008 Results Records, Stats, 18-3-1, 7-0-1, 1 IIAC, NCAA Rd. 2 14-6-3, 6-1-1, 2nd IIAC st

Dan Rothert Kate Young Kinsey Campbell Katie Chambers Jessica Kern Jayne Eslinger Danielle Vujovic Tonya Lohmeyer Ali Schmitt Sarah Trump Lynn DeVriese

IIAC Coach of the Year All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (3rd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (HM) All-IIAC (HM) All-IIAC (HM) All-IIAC (HM)

2010 22-1-1, 8-0, 1st IIAC, NCAA Sweet 16 Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year North Region Coach of the Year Kate Young All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (1st) All-American (3rd) Jessica Kern All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Kelly Murphy All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) Katie Chambers All-IIAC (2nd) Sarah Trump All-IIAC (2nd) Tonya Lohmeyer All-IIAC (2nd) Jayne Eslinger All-IIAC (2nd) Jaclyn Tumberger All-IIAC (2nd) Ali Schmitt All-IIAC (HM) 2009 12-5-4, 5-1-2, 3rd IIAC Jessica Kern Kate Young Jayne Eslinger Holly Wilson Michelle Janosz Dolly Duffy Samantha Messacar Loras College Soccer

All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (2nd) All-IIAC (1st) All-Region (3rd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (HM)

Alex Clesen Jenna Kosek Samantha Messacar Torey Murray Holly Wilson Michelle Janosz Dolly Duffy

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-Region (3rd) All-IIAC (HM) All-IIAC (HM)

2007 14-7, 8-0, 1st IIAC Lauren Schaeflein Katie Ryan Katee Whitney Maria Prendergast Morgan Spencer Samantha Messacar Alex Clesen Torey Murray

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (HM)

2006 11-8-2, 7-1, 2nd IIAC Lauren Schaeflein Maria Prendergast Katee Whitney Katie Ryan

All-IIAC (1st) All-Region All-IIAC (1st) All-Region All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

2005 18-4, 8-0, 1st IIAC Julie Sapko Rodie Doar Lauren Schaeflein Jenna Kosek Katee Whitney

All-IIAC (1st) All-Region All-IIAC (1st) All-Region All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

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Women’s Soccer History 2004 18-2-2, 7-1, 2nd IIAC Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Michelle Wieser All-IIAC (1st) All-America Katie Brake All-IIAC (1st) All-Region Rodie Doar All-IIAC (1st) Lauren Schaeflein All-IIAC (1st) Erin Hall All-IIAC (2nd) Jenni Wilberding All-IIAC (2nd) 2003 20-2-1, 8-0, 1st IIAC Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Michelle Wieser All-IIAC (1st) All-Region IIAC MVP Fae Carroll All-IIAC (1st) Katie Brake All-IIAC (1st) Jenni Wilberding All-IIAC, (2nd) Erin Hall All-IIAC (2nd) Rodie Doar All-IIAC (2nd) 2002 18-5, 7-2, 1st IIAC Maggie Moore Michelle Wieser Fae Carroll Katie Brake Kerry Walsh

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

2001 16-5-2, 5-2-2, 1st IIAC Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Maggie Moore All-IIAC (1st) Michelle Wieser All-IIAC (1st) Sara Wieczorek All-IIAC (1st) Katie Brake All-IIAC (2nd) Becky Duffy All-IIAC (HM)

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2000 11-8-1, 4-4-1, 6th IIAC Maggie Moore Carrie Ring Rachel Kalb

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

1999 10-9-1, 3-5-1, 5th IIAC Nikki Papis Carrie Ring

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd)

1998 9-9-1, 6-5-1, 4th IIAC Dan Rothert IIAC Coach of the Year Megan Hayes All-IIAC (1st) Annie Sullivan All-IIAC (2nd) Carrie Ring All-IIAC (2nd) Sara Wieczorek All-IIAC (2nd) Rachel Kalb All-IIAC (2nd) 1997 4-12, 3-5, 6th, IIAC Julie O’Brien Megan Hayes Nikki Papis

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

1996 11-9-1, 5-1, 2nd IIAC Kristine Konen Staci Wilkes Megan Hayes Kelly Zezulak Kelly Stevens

All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (1st) All-IIAC (2nd) All-IIAC (2nd)

1995 5-9-5

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Women’s Team Records Wins Losses

Most Goals

Match Opponent Both Season Opp. - Season

Fewest Goals Allowed Scored

Miscellaneous

Shutouts Times Shutout Winning Streak Unbeaten Streak Losing Streak

22 12 13 11 13 102 58

2010 1997

15 9 19 20 7

2010 1998, 1999 2003 2003 1996, 1997

Match: 4 Season: 26 Career: 87 Match: Season: Career:

5 19 53

Points

Match: 10 Season: 68 Career: 227

Saves

Match: 26 Season: 171 Career: 450

Fewest Goals Against

Season 9 Career 35/47 Loras College Soccer

vs. Buena Vista, 13-0, 2001 vs. Coe, 2-11, 1997 vs. Buena Vista, 2001, vs. Coe, 1997 2002 1997

9 18

Goals Scored

Assists

22-1-1, 2010 4-12, 1997

Kristine Konen, vs. Wm. Penn, 1996 Maggie Moore, vs. Dubuque, 2002 Michelle Wieser, 2003 Michelle Wieser, 2001-04 Michelle Wieser, vs. Aurora, 2003 Michelle Wieser, 2002 Michelle Wieser, 2001-04 Kristine Konen, vs. Wm. Penn, 1996 Maggie Moore, vs. Dubuque, 2002 Michelle Wieser, 2003 Michelle Wieser, (87G, 53A) 2001-04 Julie O’Brien, vs. Luther, 1997 Carol Prettyman, vs. Mankato St. 1995 Carol Prettyman, 1995 Sara Wieczorek, 1998-01 Katie Chambers, 2010 / Erin Hall, 2002 Katie Chambers, 2009-11 (3 yrs.) / Erin Hall 2001-04 (4 yrs.) - 37 -

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Women’s Overall Team Stats All Games

Overall: 18-3-1

Conference: 7-0-1

Home: 12-1-1

Away: 5-1-0

LORAS

OPP

71-457 2.38 .155 20.8 58

17-150 0.38 .113 6.8 10

Corner Kicks

136

71

Penalty Kicks

3-3

0-0

4400 14/314 2/315

868 6/145

Shot Statistics

Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots/Game Assists

Attendance

Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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Neutral: 1-1-0

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Women’s Schedule Results 2011 Schedule Results

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 17 Sept. 18 Sept. 24 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 26

Opponent at Wheaton vs. DePauw at Whitewater at St. Ambrose MACALESTER NEB. WESLEYAN ST. NORBERT DUBUQUE* AUGUSTANA AUGSBURG at Buena Vista* at Coe* CENTRAL* WARTBURG* at Simpson* at Luther* WASHINGTON UNIV. CORNELL*

Results L, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-2 L, 4-1 W, 2-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 5-1 T, 1-1, 2OT W, 5-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 9-0

IIAC Nov. 2 Nov. 5

LUTHER WARTBURG

W, 2-0 W, 2-1

NCAA Nov. 12 Nov. 13

HANOVER ST. BENEDICT

W, 3-0 L, 2-1

* Iowa Conference

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Women’s Season Records Points

Name 1 Michelle Wieser 2 Michelle Wieser 3 Michelle Wieser 4 Maggie Moore 5 Maggie Moore 6 Michelle Wieser 7 Kate Young 8 Maggie Moore 9 Kristine Konen 10 Kate Young Kate Young

Goals

Name 1 Michelle Wieser 2 Michelle Wieser Maggie Moore 4 Michelle Wieser 5 Michelle Wieser 6 Maggie Moore 7 Julie Sapko Kristine Konen Kelly Stevens Kate Young

# 68 61 56 54 47 42 34 33 32 31 31

Year 2003 2002 2004 2002 2001 2001 2011 2000 1996 2009 2010

# 26 22 22 21 18 17 13 13 13 13

Year 2003 2004 2002 2002 2001 2001 2002 1996 1996 2011

Assists

Name 1 Michelle Wieser 2 Michelle Wieser 3 Jessica Kern 4 Rodie Doar 5 Maggie Moore 6 Michelle Wieser Holly Wilson 8 Katie Brake 9 Jenni Wilberding Maggie Moore

Shutouts

Name 1 Katie Chambers 2 Torey Murray 3 Torey Murray 4 Sara Wieczorek Kelly Zezulak 6 Torey Murray 7 Sara Wieczorek Sara Wieczorek 9 Katie Chambers 10 Erin Hall Erin Hall Taylor Hunsberger

Saves

Name 1 Carol Prettyman 2 Julie O’Brien 3 Sara Wieczorek 4 Sara Wieczorek 5 Kelly Zezulak

# 19 16 15 14 13 12 12 11 10 10

Year 2002 2003 2010 2005 2001 2004 2008 2003 2003 2002

# 13 10.5 8 7 7 6.2 6 6 6 5.2 5 5

Year 2010 2008 2006 1999 1996 2005 2001 1998 2011 2002 2004 2009

# 171 163 127 126 102

Year 1995 1997 2000 1998 1996

Goals/Average

(1,00 Mins. Min.) Name 1 Katie Chambers 2 Erin Hall 3 Katie Chambers 4 Torey Murray 5 Erin Hall 6 Torey Murray 7 Erin Hall 8 Torey Murray 9 Katie Chambers 10 Torey Murray Loras College Soccer

# 0.35 0.56 0.63 0.64 0.71 0.80 0.96 1.08 1.13 1.18 - 40 -

Mins 1,800 1,599 1428 1,546 1,261 1,570 1,772 1,993 1,353 1,603

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Women’s Career Records Points

Name # 1 Michelle Wieser 227 2 Maggie Moore 134 3 Kate Young 116 4 Katie Ryan 74 5 Holly Wilson 67 6 Jenni Wilberding 65 7 Katie Brake 63 8 Maria Prendergast 61 9 Carrie Ring 60 10 Rachel Kalb 58

Goals

Name 1 Michelle Wieser 2 Maggie Moore 3 Kate Young 4 Katie Ryan 5 Rachel Kalb Maria Prendergast 7 Jenni Wilberding Carrie Ring Alex Clesen 10 Julie Sapko

# 87 51 42 26 24 24 23 23 23 21

Assists

Years 2001-04 2000-02 2008-11 2004-07 2006-09 2002-04 2001-04 2004-07 1998-01 1998-00

Name 1 Michelle Wieser 2 Kate Young 3 Maggie Moore 4 Jessica Kern 5 Holly Wilson 6 Katie Brake 7 Katie Ryan 8 Rodie Doar 9 Jenni Wilberding 10 Katie Zurek

# 53 34 32 31 27 25 22 21 19 15

Years 2001-04 2008-11 2000-02 2008-11 2006-09 2001-03 2004-07 2002-05 2002-05 2001-04

Shutouts

Years 2001-04 2000-02 2008-11 2004-07 1998-00 2004-07 2002-04 1998-01 2005-08 2002-04

(Min. 5) Name # Years 1 Torey Murray 27.5 2005-08 2 Katie Chambers 22 2009-11 3 Sara Wieczorek 21 1998-01 4 Erin Hall 13 2001-04 5 Kelly Zezulak 7 1996 6 Carol Prettyman 5 1995-96 Taylor Hunsberger 5 2009-Pres.

Saves

Name 1 Sara Wieczorek 2 Torey Murray 3 Erin Hall 4 Carol Prettyman 5 Kelly Zezulak

# 450 304 206 195 102

Years 1998-01 2005-08 2001-04 1995-96 1996

Goals/Average Name 1 Katie Chambers 2 Erin Hall 3 Torey Murray 4 Sara Wieczorek 5 Carol Prettyman

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(2+ Seasons) # 0.66 0.72 0.94 1.40 2.28

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Mins 4736 4,883 6,713 7,026 1,890

Years 2009-11 2001-04 2005-08 1998-01 1995-96

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Women’s Overall Individual Stats

Overall: Conference: Home: Away: All Games

Overall: 18-3-1

Conference: 7-0-1

Home: 12-1-1

## Name GP-GS G 10 Kate Young 20 Danielle Vujovic 17 Jessica Kern 6 Lisa Waltz 16 Tonya Lohmeyer 19 Ali Schmitt 23 Madeline Tennant 24 Jayne Eslinger 8 Hillary Wilson 4 Jill Leibforth 15 Brittan Rooney 29 Kristina Everding 7 Natalie Schlader 13 Frankie Mosca 2 Claire Murphy 9 Rachel Rieger 22 Jaclyn Tumberger 5 Lynn DeVriese 11 Sarah Trump 25 Megan Kittleson 14 Kinsey Campbell 31 Erica Frana 21 Abby Maier 18 Rosie Roe 12 Sarah Small 3 Amy Nader 30 Alexa Eggert 27 Shelby Perkins 26 Brittany Kinnunen 1 Katie Chambers 00 Michelle Vonachen 0 Hannah Wilson Total Opponents

Away: 5-1-0

Neutral: 1-1-0

A Pts Sh Shot% YC-RC GW PK-ATT

22-22 13 8 22-22 9 9 22-22 7 8 22-1 6 5 22-22 7 1 22-22 3 9 21-20 5 3 22-22 5 2 21-0 2 4 15-0 3 1 21-1 2 2 21-0 2 1 22-0 2 0 10-1 2 0 10-0 1 1 21-1 1 0 19-0 0 2 22-18 0 1 22-22 0 1 7-0 0 0 21-20 0 0 5-0 0 0 12-2 0 0 9-0 0 0 7-0 0 0 10-2 0 0 9-0 0 0 9-0 0 0 4-0 0 0 19-19 0 0 5-3 0 0 7-0 0 0 22 71 58 22 17 10

34 92 .141 27 61 .148 22 61 .115 17 24 .250 15 26 .269 15 12 .250 13 21 .238 12 39 .128 8 21 .095 7 7 .429 6 9 .222 5 5 .400 4 11 .182 4 2 1.000 3 3 .333 2 13 .077 2 20 .000 1 14 .000 1 6 .000 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 200 457 .155 44 150 .113

0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-0 13-0

2 5 0 0 2 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 2

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

|---GOAL AVERAGE--| |---SAVES----| |----RECORD----| ## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 1 0 00

Katie Chambers 19-19 Hannah Wilson 7-0 Michelle Vonachen 4-2 Total 22 Opponents 22

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1428:06 282:24 289:30 2000:00 2000:00

10 1 6 17 72

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0.63 0.32 1.87 0.76 3.24

42 10 5 58 156

.808 16 2 .909 0 0 .455 2 1 .773 18 3 .684 3 18

1 6 0 0 0 1 1 12 1 0

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Duhawks In The Postseason NCAA TOURNAMENT 2011 Men **vs. Minn.-Morris, W, 2-0 **vs. Calvin, L, 4-0 Women **vs. Hanover, W, 3-0 **vs. St. Benedict, L, 2-1 2010 Men # vs. Greenville, W, 3-1 vs. Washington, T, 1-1 (2OT, Loras advanced on PKs) vs. Wisconsin-Oshkosh, L, 2-0 Women ** vs. Aurora, W, 3-1 ** vs. Wartburg, W, 2-0 *** vs. Otterbein, T, 0-0 (2OT, Otterbein advanced on PKs) 2009 Men ** vs. Webster, W, 3-1 ** vs. MacalesterW, 2-0 *** vs. Dominican, L, 1-0, OT 2008 Men ** vs. Greenville, W, 2-0 ** vs. Domincan, W, 1-0 *** vs. Augsburg, W, 2-1, OT *** vs. Ohio Northern, W, 4-1 vs. Messiah, L, 3-0 Women vs. St. Thomas, T, 1-1 (2OT, Loras advanced on PKs) vs. UW-Stevens Point, L, 2-0

2006 Men vs. Gustavus Adolphus, L, 0-1 Women vs. UW-Oshkosh, W, 1-0 vs. Washington, L, 0-3 2005 Men vs. Domincan, W, 1-0 vs. Macalester, W, 2-0 vs. Gustavus Adolphus, L, 0-3 Women vs. Illinois Wesleyan, W, 1-0 vs. Chicago, L, 0-3 2004 Women * vs. Macalester, L, 0-1 2003 Women ** vs. UW-Stevens Point, W, 3-1 ** vs. Puget Sound, L, 0-2 2002 Women vs. Aurora, W, 5-1 vs. UW-Stevens Point, L, 2-5 2001 Women vs. St. Thomas, L, 0-1 (2 OT) # opening round hosted at Loras * first round bye; 2nd round game at Loras ** NCAA Regional hosted at Loras *** NCAA Sectional hosted at Loras

2007 Men * vs. Wheaton, W, 1-0 vs. N.C. Wesleyan, W, 2-1 vs. Redlands, W, 3-1 vs. Middleburg, T, 0-0 (2 OT, Middlebury advanced, PKs)

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Duhawks In The Postseason IOWA CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 2011 Men vs. Central, W, 2-0 #@ Luther, W, 1-0 Women vs. Luther, W, 2-0 # vs. Wartburg, W, 2-1 2010 Men vs. U of Dubuque, W, 3-2 # vs. Wartburg, W, 2-1 Women vs. Luther, W, 2-0 # vs. Wartburg, W, 1-0 2009 Men vs. Simpson, W, 6-0 # vs. Wartburg, L, 2-1 (2OT) Women vs. Coe, W, 6-1 vs. U of Dubuque, T, 1-1 (2OT) (L, 7-6 on PKs)

2006 Men vs. Central, T, 1-1 (W, 7-6 on PK) # vs. Wartburg, L, 1-2 (2 OT)

2001 Men vs. Wartburg, W, 6-1 vs. Simpson, W, 1-0 # vs. Luther, L, 1-2 (OT)

Women vs. Luther, W, 2-1 # vs. Simpson, T, 0-0 (W, 3-1 on PK)

Women vs. Wartburg, W, 2-0 vs. Luther, W, 2-1 # vs. Cornell, W, 2-1

2005 Men vs. Buena Vista, W, 5-2 vs. Central, W, 2-1 # vs. Wartburg, W, 4-2

2000 Men vs. luther, L, 4-1 ## vs. Buena Vista, L, 1-2

Women vs. Simpson, W, 3-1 # vs. Wartburg, W, 4-0 2004 Men vs. Simpson, W, 4-1 vs. Luther, W, 2-1 # vs. Wartburg, L, 0-2 Women vs. Wartburg, W, 3-1

2008 Men vs. Dubuque, W, 6-0 # vs. Wartburg, L, 2-0

2003 Men vs. Simpson, W, 2-1 # vs. Wartburg, L, 2-3

Women vs. Luther, W, 2-0 # vs. Wartburg, T, 2-2 (W 4-3 on PK)

Women vs. Cornell, W, 4-1 # vs. Luther, T, 0-0 (advanced on PK 6-5)

2007 Men vs. Luther, W, 5-0 # vs. Wartburg, W, 1-0

2002 Men vs. Wartburg, L, 0-1

Women vs. Luther, W, 4-1 # vs. Wartburg, L, 1-0

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Women vs. Dubuque, W, 78-0 vs. Simpson, W, 3-0 # vs. Cornell, W, 2-1

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Women vs. Luther, L, 2-1 1999 Men vs. Simpson, T, 0-0 (advanced on PK 4-2) # vs. Luther, L, 0-2 1998 Men vs. Simpson, L, 2-3 ## vs. Buena Vista, W, 4-0 Women vs. Coe, L, 0-1 ## vs. Cornell, L, 0-1 1997 Men vs. Simpson, W, 1-0 # vs. Luther, L, 0-4 1996 Men vs. Wartburg, W, 9-1 vs. Luther, L, 0-4 ## vs. Central, W, 5-0 Women vs. Wartburg, W, 4-0 # vs. Luther, L, 0-1 # IIAC Championship Match ## IIAC Third Place match (discontinued in 2003)

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Welcome to Loras College!

Athletic and Wellness Center

Dear Duhawk Fans, Welcome to the Loras College Athletic Department and the Loras College 2011 Soccer Media Guide. The entire Loras community is thrilled that you are experiencing Loras College and “Duhawk Nation.” We hope you are able to visit Dubuque, Iowa, so you can experience our historic, beautiful and stateof-the-art facilities firsthand. Please always know that whether you visit for the first time or are able to see us regularly, you are welcomed by our athletic department, faculty and staff and, most importantly, our student body. The Loras College Athletic Department is constantly striving to extend the classroom for all of our student-athletes. Teachable moments occur for our coaches and studentathletes literally hundreds of times a day at practice and games. Traits like strength of character, sportsmanship, a solid work ethic and teamwork are taught and reinforced to produce Loras College alumni who will serve the world with integrity! As members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, another department goal is to compete at the highest level in all athletic venues. Our coaches are recruiting not only young men and women of character, but also athletically gifted and talented young people. It is my belief that you will see well-rounded student-athletes who demonstrate both integrity and athletic prowess as Duhawks. In the end, we hope you, like thousands before you, enjoy and experience the tradition and engaging personalities that make us all Duhawks. Thanks for your time and as always…Go Duhawks! Bob Quinn (’86) Director of Athletics

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The construction of the 74,189 square-foot athletic and wellness facility began in June 2006 and opened in November 2007. This newest structural addition to our campus includes: — A basketball/volleyball arena with maximum traditional seating for 1,732 spectators. The same venue for concerts/speakers provides seating capacity between 2,289 and 2,913. — A two-level fitness center overlooking lower campus provides 9,500 square-feet of strength and conditioning and cardiovascular space. — The locker room facilities support Loras students, visitors and comprehensive student-athlete needs. In addition, there are coaches’ offices, a concessions/ retail area, hospitality area, an athletic training room and storage.

Men’s & Women’s

Department of Athletics

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