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GENERAL INFORMATION Location..........................................................................................Iowa City, IA Founded.....................................................................................................1847 Enrollment...............................................................................................30,328 Nickname.......................................................................................... Hawkeyes Home Field/Capacity..............................................................Grant Field/1,000 Conference.............................................................................................Big Ten School Colors............................................................................ Black and Gold University President....................................................................... Sally Mason Director of Athletics..........................................................................Gary Barta Field Hockey Administrator.............................................................Paula Jantz Administrative Phone................................................................ (319) 335-9247 Administrative Fax..................................................................... (319) 335-9333 Academic Services Phone........................................................ (319) 335-7599 Athletic Training Phone............................................................. (319) 335-9393 COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach......................................................................... Tracey Griesbaum Alma Mater/Year.................................................................. West Chester/1989 Record at Iowa/Years.........................................................................124-73/10 Overall Record/Years......................................................................... 137-94/12 E-mail Address..................................tracey-griesbaum@iowafieldhockey.com Associate Head Coach.................................................................. Lisa Cellucci Alma Mater/Year........................................................... University of Iowa/1998 E-mail Address........................................... lisa-cellucci@iowafieldhockey.com Assistant Coach...................................................................... Caroline Nichols Alma Mater/Year..................................................................Old Dominion/2007 E-mail Address.....................................caroline-nichols@iowafieldhockey.com Volunteer Assistant Coach.........................................................Lauren Pfeiffer Alma Mater/Year...........................................................University of Iowa/2009 Undergraduate Assistant Coach...................................Meghan Beamesderfer Field Hockey Secretary............................................................. Kendra Wieditz Field Hockey Office Phone........................................................ (319) 335-9259

The mission of the Department of Athletics is to provide the administrative and coaching support, facilities, resources, and equipment necessary for student athletes to graduate from The University of Iowa while participating in broad based championship caliber athletic competition. The overall well-being of the participant and integrity of the program will be paramount in all that we do. The University of Iowa prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities. For additional information contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (319) 335-0705.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2008 Final Four............................................................................................ 2-5 Iowa Field Hockey - A Tradition of Excellence................................................ 6 Big Ten Tournament Champions..................................................................... 7 Hawkeyes in USA Field Hockey................................................................. 8-11 Head Coach - Tracey Griesbaum..............................................................12-13 Associate Head Coach - Lisa Cellucci.......................................................... 14 Assistant Coaches.......................................................................................... 15 2010 Schedule............................................................................................... 16 Roster.............................................................................................................17 Season Preview....................................................................................... 18-19 Meet The Hawkeyes.................................................................................20-29 Why Iowa?................................................................................................ 30-31 Grant Field..................................................................................................... 32 Facilities........................................................................................................ 33 Iowa Field Hockey Camp.............................................................................. 34 Hawkeyes in the Coaching Ranks................................................................. 35 Big Ten Conference....................................................................................... 36 Big Ten Network............................................................................................ 37 2010 Opponents.......................................................................................38-39 Academic Excellence.................................................................................... 40 Championship Teams............................................................................... 41-43 2009 Statistics/Results.............................................................................44-45 All-Time Letterwinners.................................................................................. 46 Hawkeye Records......................................................................................... 47 Hawkeye Honor Roll.................................................................................48-49 All-Time Series.............................................................................................. 50 Hawkeyes in the NCAA Tournament..............................................................51 All-Time Results....................................................................................... 52-56 University Section.................................................................................... 57-68 MEDIA INFORMATION Field Hockey SID.......................................................................... Patrick Sojka Sports Information Phone......................................................... (319) 335-9411 Sports Information Fax.............................................................. (319) 335-9417 E-Mail Address..........................................................patrick-sojka@uiowa.edu Press Box Phone...................................................................... (563) 299-0988 Web Address..................................................................... hawkeyesports.com PRACTICE ATTENDANCE - All practices are open to the media, and interviews may be conducted 15 minutes prior to or at the completion of practice. However, media must inform Patrick Sojka (319-335-9411) of their intention to attend practice. The Hawkeyes practice from 2:30-5 p.m. at Grant Field. PLAYER INTERVIEWS - All player interviews are coordinated through Patrick Sojka of the sports information office. Please contact Patrick (319-335-9411) so that he may set a time for an interview which does not interfere with the student-athlete’s academic or practice schedules. The University of Iowa field hockey media guide was written and designed by Patrick Sojka. Photographs provided by David Bress, Joe Faraoni, Shannon Guest, Walt Middleton, the University Relations Photo Unit and the UI Visual Center’s Photographic Services. Cover artwork designed by Mindy Heidgerken. Printing done by UI Printing in Iowa City, Iowa.

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2008 FINAL FOUR

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11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances


2008 FINAL FOUR

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2008 SEASON

Head Coach Tracey Griesbaum’s squad began the 2008 season with a bang at the seventh annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge in Winston-Salem, NC. After a narrow loss to open the season against No. 3 Wake Forest, the fifth-ranked Hawkeyes defeated top-ranked North Carolina. The victory over the defending national champion Tar Heels ended their 25-match winning streak. In the home opener at Grant Field, Griesbaum led her team to a 4-1 victory over 15th-ranked American University. The win over the Eagles marked the 500th victory in the history of the storied Hawkeye program. After a tough loss to No. 12 Duke, Iowa began an eight-game winning streak with a win at Stanford. The 3-2 victory marked the 100th for Griesbaum at the helm of the Hawkeye program. During the streak, Iowa dominated its opponents. The Hawkeyes outscored the opposing teams during the stretch 42-4 (Stanford 3-2, Pacific 8-0, Central Michigan 9-0, Boston University 5-1, Indiana 6-1, Louisville 1-0, Northwestern 2-0 and Missouri State 8-0). The streak ended with a tough loss at 13th-ranked Penn State. The Nittany Lions and Hawkeyes battled but Iowa found itself on the wrong end of a 2-1 score. Iowa rebounded the following day, topping 10th-ranked Virginia, 3-2. After a loss to Ohio State at home, the Hawkeyes regrouped and began one of the greatest runs in the history of Iowa field hockey. A week after the loss to the Buckeyes, Iowa won at No. 8 Michigan State, 4-3 in overtime. The hard-fought victory over the Spartans would spark a seven-game win streak that would propel the Hawkeyes to their third-straight Big Ten Tournament title and the NCAA Final Four. The win was also significant for Lauren Pfeiffer. The senior recorded two goals in the overtime victory against the Spartans and moved into tenth place on Iowa’s career goals list passing Kris Fillat. The all-American would end her career in ninth place on the storied list. Iowa’s next match was against Big Ten rival Michigan at Grant Field. The Hawkeyes closed out the regular season with a 3-0 victory over the Wolverines. The Black and Gold finished the regular season ranked eighth nationally with a record of 13-4 overall and 4-2 in Big Ten play. In addition, the squad finished 6-2 at Grant Field. Entering the Big Ten Tournament, the two-time defending champion Hawkeyes were paired with host-school Indiana in the first round and came away with a 5-2 victory. Iowa took down Michigan State for a second time on the season in round two of the tournament. It took overtime again but the Hawkeyes came away with another hard-fought victory, 3-2. With the victory, the Black and Gold advanced to their third-straight title game. The Hawkeyes found themselves with not only a chance to win a thirdstraight Big Ten Tournament title, but also with a chance to avenge a regular season loss at the hands of Ohio State. With the scored tied at one in overtime, senior Caroline Blaum found Pfeiffer who slammed home the game-winner for Iowa. The Black and Gold had won its third-straight Big Ten Tournament title, its ninth-straight Big Ten Tournament game and had captured an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. Pfeiffer was named tournament MVP and junior Tricia Dean was named to the all-tournament team.

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2008 Season

- - NCAA Final Four - - Big Ten Tournament Championship - - 3 All-Americans - - 6 West Region All-Americans - - 5 All-Big Ten Selections - - 6 Academic All-Big Ten Selections - - 2 NCAA All-Tournament Selections - - 18-5 overall record

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances


2008 SEASON

The Hawkeyes earned the fourth overall seed in the NCAA Tournament and headed to familiar East Lansing, MI, to face Louisville in the first round. Iowa took down the Cardinals like they did earlier in the year, 1-0, to advance to the second round. Iowa faced Michigan State for the third time on the 2008 campaign in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Playing on the Spartans’ home turf, the two teams battled in the first half. As the second half started, blizzard-like conditions met the teams. Officials were forced to switch to an orange ball, opposed to the standard white. In the 47th minute of regulation, the game was delayed in attempt to clear the snow off the playing surface. Officials then decided the game would be delayed. Play resumed the next day with 27:45 left in regulation. The stingy Hawkeye defense stopped an early Spartan scoring threat. Iowa then broke through in the 50th minute of play. Blaum found an open Sarah Pergine, who scored to give the Hawkeyes a 1-0 advantage. The Spartans were awarded a penalty corner in the final seconds. On the last play of the game, with no time remaining, senior goalkeeper Lissa Munley made a beautiful save to preserve the victory for Iowa. The Hawkeyes, winners of seven-straight and 16-of-18, had advanced to the NCAA Final Four for the 11th time in program history. Iowa had endured a tough stretch, winning its last four contests by one goal, including two in overtime. The Hawkeyes finished the season 9-4 in one goal games and 3-1 in overtime contests. Top-ranked Maryland awaited the Hawkeyes in the National Semifinals. Iowa and the top-seeded Terrapins faced off in Louisville, KY. The fourth-seeded Hawkeyes controlled much of the first half. Both teams enjoyed scoring opportunities in the opening minutes, but each defense held strong. Maryland would then notch a goal at the end of the first period to take a 1-0 lead into halftime. In the 55th minute, Iowa was awarded a penalty corner. Blaum found Pfeiffer, who scored to tie the semifinal matchup at one. The Hawkeyes controlled the tempo for the remainder of the second half. Both teams traded possessions in the opening minutes of overtime in the seven-on-seven format. Munley made a great save in the eighth minute of overtime to keep the game tied. The teams would keep the pressure on in the final minutes and the game was headed to double overtime. The Terrapins were awarded a penalty corner in the 89th minute of play. Susie Rowe found Katie O’Donnell, who scored to send eventual national champion Maryland to the title game. Pfeiffer and Roz Ellis were named to the NCAA all-Tournament team for their efforts. Iowa finished the season at 18-5 overall and defeated nine nationally ranked teams along the way.

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A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE

IOWA FIELD HOCKEY... ...A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE 11 NCAA Final Fours - Fourth Most All-Time Nationally

20 NCAA Tournament Appearances - Fourth Most All-Time Nationally

26 NCAA Tournament Victories - Fifth Most All-Time Nationally

12 Conference Championships - Most All-Time

4 Big Ten Tournament Championships

NCAA Tournament Appearances 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1999 2004 2006 2007 2008

NCAA Final Four Appearances 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

1992 1993 1994 1999 2008

- Tied-Most All-Time

1986 National Champions 10 Honda Award Nominees 79 National All-American Honorees 140 Regional All-Americans

Big Ten Championships 1982 1983 1986 1987 1989 1990

1991 1992 1995 1996 1999 2004

Big Ten Tournament Championships 1994 2006 2007 2008

148 All-Conference Honors 8 Olympians

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BIG TEN TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

2006, 2007, 2008 Big Ten Tournament Champs 2006 Big Ten Tournament Ann Arbor, MI First Round: Iowa 2, Michigan 1 Semifinals: Iowa 2, Ohio State 0 Finals: Iowa 2, Penn State 1

2007 Big Ten Tournament Columbus, OH First Round: Iowa 8, Indiana 2 Semifinals: Iowa 3, Mich. State 2 Finals: Iowa 4, Michigan 1

2008 Big Ten Tournament Bloomington, IN First Round: Iowa 5, Indiana 2 Semifinals: Iowa 3, Mich. State 2 Finals: Iowa 2, Ohio State 1

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HAWKEYES IN USA FIELD HOCKEY

Hawkeyes Representing The United States National Team

19 Hawkeyes have enjoyed the opportunity to represent the United States of America.

Caroline Blaum - 2009-2010 Deb Brickey - 1989-90 Lisa Cellucci - 1999 Natalie Dawson - 2001-03 Sarah Dawson - 2005-2010 Kris Fillat - 1990-93, ‘95-96, ‘99 Kristy Gleason - 1990, ‘93, ‘97-98 Kristen Holmes - 1995-98, 2000, ‘05 Mary Koboldt - 1987-90 Donna Lee - 1985-90

Diane Loosbrock - 1989-90 Melisa Miller - 1997 Marcia Pankratz - 1985-90, ‘95-96 Lauren Pfeiffer - 2009-present Erica Richards - 1990 Heather Schnepf - 2008-09 Liz Tchou - 1989-93, ‘95-96 Erin Walsh - 1990 Barb Weinberg - 2005-2010 Andrea Wieland - 1991-93, ‘95-96

The 1996 Olympians Kris Fillat, Marcia Pankratz, Andrea Wieland and Liz Tchou.

Barb Weinberg, Lauren Pfeiffer, Caroline Blaum, Sarah Dawson and Heather Schnepf traveled to Argentina with U.S. Field Hockey in May of 2008.

HAWKEYE OLYMPIANS

Kris Fillat 1996

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Mary Koboldt 1988

Donna Lee 1988

Marcia Pankratz 1988, 1996

Liz Tchou 1996

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Andrea Wieland 1996

Beth Beglin (Iowa Coach) 1980, ’84, ’88


HAWKEYES IN USA FIELD HOCKEY

ANDREA WIELAND (1987-91) • • • • • • • • •

1996 U.S. Olympic Team 1991-93, 1995-96 U.S. National Team 1994, 1998 U.S. World Cup Team 1991, 1995 U.S. Pan American Team 1990-91 U.S. Olympic Festival 1988-89 U.S. Junior National Team Two-Time First Team All-American Three-time All-Regional Two-time First Team All-Big Ten

“I never would’ve made the Olympic team had I gone somewhere else. I learned how to compete, and I developed the total package of skills (mental, physical, emotional, nutritional) needed to compete at the highest level. I often find myself relying on the attitudes, teamwork and leadership skills I developed as a player at Iowa. I had the greatest coaches and teammates in the country looking out for my best interest personally, socially and athletically.”

KRIS FILLAT (1988-92) • • • • • • • • • •

2000 U.S. Olympic Qualifying Team 1996 U.S. Olympic Team 1990-93, 95-96, 98-00 U.S. National Team 1991, 1995, 1999 U.S. Pan American Team 1990, 1994, 1998 U.S. World Cup Team Two-time first-team All-American Three-time All-Regional Two-time All-Big Ten 1992 NCAA All-Tournament Team 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival

“Being from California, I was hesitant about spending four years of my life in Iowa. As soon as I saw the campus and athletic facilities, there was no longer a doubt in my mind. Iowa was the perfect balance of community, academics and athletics. I was able to achieve my academic goals as well as my athletic ones.”

BARB WEINBERG (2000-04) • • • • • • • • •

2008 Olympic Team (alt.) 2008 Olympic Qualifying Team 2005-2010 U.S. National Team 2007-09 HPTC Midwest Region Team 2007 Chile Four-Nation Tournament 2006 World Cup Team 2006 World Cup Qualifying Team 2002 U.S. Under-23 Team (alt.) 2002 U.S. Under-23 Team South Africa Tour

“I chose Iowa because I knew it was the total package for me. I knew that by attending Iowa, I would reach my athletic and academic goals without question. The coaches truly care about each athlete, not only on the field, but in the classroom and socially as well. Iowa City felt like home the minute I stepped on campus. It has that comforting “college-town” feel. I can honestly say that I would not be where I am today without the support of my teammates, coaches, and administration at the University of Iowa.”

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HAWKEYES IN USA FIELD HOCKEY

MARCIA PANKRATZ (1982-86) • • • • • • • •

1988, 1996 U.S. Olympic Team 1985-90, 1995, U.S. National Team 1987, 1995 U.S. Pan American Team 1985, 1987, 1989 U.S. Olympic Festival 1986, 1994 U.S. World Cup Team 1985 U.S. Junior National Team First Team Big Ten All-Decade Team Two-time First Team All-American

LIZ TCHOU (1984-88) • • • • • • • •

1996 U.S. Olympic Team 1989-93, 1995 U.S. National Team 1991, 1995 U.S. Pan American Team 1985, 1989-90 U.S. Olympic Festival 1994 U.S. World Cup Team 1988 U.S National Reserve Team Only Hawkeye To Have Number Retired (3) Big Ten All-Decade Team (1981-91)

SARAH DAWSON (2001-04) • • • • • •

2005-2010 U.S. National Team 2006-2010 HPTC Team 2007 Champions Challenge 2006 World Cup Team First Team All-American (2004) Two-Time All-Big Ten

CAROLINE BLAUM (2004-08) • • • • •

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2009-2010 U.S. National Team 2007-10 HPTC Midwest Region Team 2006 EPTC Midwest Region Team 2005 U.S. Under-21 Team 2004 U.S. Under-21 Team (Alt.)

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances


HAWKEYES IN USA FIELD HOCKEY

HEAD COACH TRACEY GRIESBAUM • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

2008-09 Assistant Coach, HPTC Midwest Team 2009 FDIC Camp Coach 2008 Junior National Team Camp Coach 2005-06 Head Coach EPTC Midwest Team 2005-06 USA Elite Team Trials Coach 2000 USFHA National Coach of the Year 2001-04 Assistant Coach U.S. Under-21 Team 2000 Assistant Coach U.S. National Team 2000 Head Coach U.S. Under-21 Team 1999 Assistant Coach U.S. Under-20 Team 1998 Head Coach U.S. Under-23 Team 1997 and 1993 Assistant Coach U.S. Under-21 Team 2001-02 USFHA Board of Directors Member 1989-91, 1993 U.S. National Team Member 1999, 2001-2002 United Airlines Summer League

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH LISA CELLUCCI

Lisa Cellucci

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Caroline Nichols

2005-09 Asst. Coach HPTC Midwest Team 2009 Junior Olympic Coach 2008 Junior National Team Camp Coach 1999-00 U.S. National Team Member 1999 U.S. National Team Tour of England 1999 U.S. Pan American Team Alternate 1998 U.S. Under-23 Team Member 1993-95 Olympic Sports Festival 2000-04 A-Camp Coach 2000-04 B-Camp Coach 2005-06 USA Elite Team Trials Camp Coach 1998-2002 United Airlines Summer League

Tracey Griesbaum

ASSISTANT COACH CAROLINE NICHOLS • • • • • •

2006-present U.S. National Team 2008 U.S. Olympic Team 2010 World Cup Qualifier Team 2008 Pan American Cup Team 2007 Netherlands Tour Team 2006 U.S. World Cup Training Squad

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH LAUREN PFEIFFER • • • • • • •

2009-present U.S. National Team 2007-09 HPTC Midwest Region Team 2006-07 U.S. Under-21 Team 2006 U.S./Canada Challenge 2006 EPTC Midwest Region Team 2005 U.S. Under-21 Team 2005 Canada/America Challenge

Lauren Pfeiffer

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HEAD COACH TRACEY GRIESBAUM

Tracey Griesbaum Head Coach 11th Year West Chester Univ., 1989

Tracey Griesbaum is in her 11th season as head coach at the University of Iowa. She enters this season 124-73 at Iowa and 13794 overall. Griesbaum recorded her 100th career victory with a win at Fairfield in 2007. In addition, she recorded her 100th career victory as the head coach of the Hawkeyes with a win at Stanford in 2008. Two years ago, Iowa enjoyed its best season under Griesbaum. She led the Black and Gold to their third-straight Big Ten Tournament championship. Griesbaum also led the Hawkeyes to their 20th NCAA Tournament apperance. Iowa defeated Louisville and Michigan State to advance to the NCAA Final Four. The Hawkeyes fell to eventual national champion Maryland 2-1 in double overtime and finished the season with an 18-5 record. She was later named the 2008 NFHCA West Region Coach of the Year. Additionally, Griesbaum was inducted into the West Chester University Athletics Hall of Fame in February. In the first year of the Griesbaum era, the Hawkeyes fielded an extremely young team that finished with a respectable 12-8 record and a third place finish in the Big Ten. Year two, was better for the Hawkeyes. They finished with a record of 13-5, an appearance in the Big Ten Tournament Championship game and ended the season ranked No. 12 by the NFHCA. On their way to the Big Ten Tournament Championship game, Griesbaum led the Hawkeyes past the co-Big Ten regular season champions, Michigan State 3-2 in overtime.

Tracey Griesbaum 2008 West Region Coach of the Year

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In the third year under Griesbaum, the Hawkeyes finished with a 9-8 record and ranked No. 20 by the NFCHA. The Hawkeyes opened the season with a great shutout victory over eventual National Champion Wake Forest, 1-0. They closed the season with a 2-1, double overtime loss to the eventual national runner-up Penn State. Six of the Iowa losses came by only one goal. In 2003, the Hawkeyes finished 11-8 with a final ranking of 16th by STX/NFCHA. During the season, Iowa reached as high as No. 6 in the poll. Six of Iowa’s eight losses came from team ranked in the top ten. During Griesbaum’s fifth year, she directed the Hawkeyes to a 13-8 record and their 12th regular season Big Ten Championship with a 5-1 conference record. The Hawkeyes’ exceptional play earned them a trip to the NCAA Tournament for the 16th time in school history. Griesbaum was named Big Ten Coach of the Year and the Division I Coach of the Year by WomensFieldHockey.com for her efforts. In 2005, Iowa fielded a young team that resembled Griesbaum’s first Hawkeye squad in 2000. As in 2000, the ’05 team finished the year with a 12-8 record and a third place finish in the Big Ten. In 2006, Griesbaum guided the Hawkeyes to a 12-9 record, Big Ten Tournament Championship, an appearance in the NCAA Tournament and a final ranking of 14th in the STX/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Poll. Iowa had a preseason rank of 12, but a tough schedule with many close losses dropped the Hawkeyes’ rank. Six of Iowa’s nine losses came against teams ranked in the top five and only two of their losses were by more than one point. In 2007, Iowa finished 17-4, and ranked fifth nationally. The Hawkeyes also captured their second consecutive Big Ten Tournament championship. Additionally, the Hawkeyes advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 19th time in the program’s history. The Hawkeyes began the season ranked 10th, and at one point, were ranked as high as third. Griesbaum has a long history with the United States Field Hockey program. She has served in many capacities within the USFHA, including a full-time assistant and head coach for the U.S. Under-21 Team. She led the Under-21 team to a second-place finish at the Pan American Junior Championships and a spot in the 2001 Junior World Cup, where she served as an assistant coach. Her work was good enough to earn her the 2000 United States Field Hockey Coach of the Year award. Before leaving to accept her post with U.S.A. Field Hockey, Griesbaum was an assistant coach with the Hawkeyes for eight seasons. She helped Iowa win four Big Ten Championships, advancing to the NCAA Tournament six times and the Final Four four times. While Griesbaum worked for the United States Team in a full-time capacity for only one year, she has served the organization for 20 years as a coach. In 2006, Griesbaum was the head coach of the Midwest Region’s EPTC Program team, which placed second at the national tournament.

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HEAD COACH TRACEY GRIESBAUM

She also coached the Midwest in 2004 and attended the FIH Coaching Course held in conjunction with the Champions Challenge and coached at the Elite Team Trials. Griesbaum was head coach of the 2000 Super Camp and B Camp, and an assistant coach for the 1999 Under-20 Junior National Team which toured Canada and Argentina. During the summer of 1998, she worked with the USA Field Hockey program. She was the head coach for the USA Under-23 team that competed in the USFHA National Indoor Tournament, toured Holland playing various club teams and competed in Canada against the Canadian National and Under-23 squads. Griesbaum has also coached at the USFHA A-camp since 1995. In 1998, she was one of 38 international coaches selected to attend the International Field Hockey coaching course, held in conjunction with the 1998 World Cup in Holland. In the spring and summer of 1997, Griesbaum worked camps and coached the national teams throughout the country. She coached at the United States Field Hockey Association A-Camp and served as assistant coach for the United States Under-21 National Team that played in the Junior National World Cup Qualifying Tournament in January of 1997 (Santiago, Chile). Griesbaum participated in that same tournament as an assistant coach in Venezuela in the fall of 1992. In 1996, 1997, 1999, and 2001-04 she was a selector at the National Futures Tournament in Maryland. Those same summers Griesbaum was a coach at the USFHA B-Camp. Following B-Camp she coached the Under-18 team in a mini-tournament held in Boston (1996). During the summer of 1996, Griesbaum was the co-head coach of the U.S. Under-18 National Team which traveled to Montreal, Quebec to compete in the Montreal Cup. As the head coach at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA, during the 1990 and 1991 seasons, Griesbaum led her team to a 13-21-3 overall record. A 1989 graduate of West Chester University, Griesbaum earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts with a minor in health sciences and coaching. She was former Hawkeye coach Beth Beglin’s first recruit at West Chester University in 1984 and was a three-time regional AllAmerican and a two-time national All-American. In 1987 she was named the Pennsylvania Association Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (PAIAW) Field Hockey Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year. Griesbaum, a 1987 Honda Broderick Award Nominee, also has extensive international playing experience. She was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1989-91, 1993 and the U.S. National Reserve Team in 1988. Griesbaum played on the U.S. National team that competed in the 1993 Intercontinental Cup. She played in the 1991 Pan American Games, World University Games and Olympic Qualifying Tournament. In addition, she was a two-time U.S. Olympic Festival participant, winning the Gold Medal in 1989. In 2003, she played in the North American Premiere Indoor League for Philadelphia, and played three years in the USFHA Summer League.

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15 All-Americans 6 First Team 5 Second Team 4 Third Team 40 Regional All-Americans 39 All-Big Ten Conference Selections 20 First Team 19 Second Team 3 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year 2 Big Ten Freshman of the Year 1 Big Ten Regular Season Championship 3 Big Ten Tournament Championships 4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 1 NCAA Final Four Appearance

Griesbaum’s Year-By-Year Records at Iowa Year Record Pct. Big Ten 2000 12-8 .600 3-3 2001 13-5 .722 3-3 2002 9-8 .530 2-4 2003 11-8 .579 2-4 2004 13-8 .619 5-1 2005 10-8 .556 3-3 2006 12-9 .571 2-4 2007 17-4 .810 4-2 2008 18-5 .783 4-2 2009 9-10 .474 3-3

Overall Record 124-73 (.629)

Final Ranking NR 12th 20th 16th 11th 14th 14th 5th 6th NR

Big Ten Record 31-29 (.517)

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH LISA CELLUCCI

Lisa Cellucci

Associate Head Coach 11th Year University of Iowa, 1998 Lisa Cellucci is in her 11th season as a member of the Hawkeye coaching staff. She is the recruiting coordinator, director of the Iowa Field Hockey Camp and primarily works with the goalkeepers and the defense. In her 10 years at Iowa, the Hawkeyes have compiled a 124-73 record and have been consistently ranked in the NFHCA top 20. Hawkeye goalkeepers have enjoyed tremendous success during Cellucci’s time with Iowa. Barb Weinberg, a 2005 graduate, has become one of nation’s top goalkeepers and is currently part of the USA National Team. Under Cellucci’s guidance Weinberg became a two-time all-American, three-time all-Big Ten selection and three time all-region pick. In 2008, Cellucci was a crucial part of the Hawkeyes’ success. She coached senior goalkeeper Lissa Munley to eight shutouts, including matches against three nationally ranked opponents. Cellucci helped Munley rank first in Big Ten shutouts, second in goals against average and third in save percentage. In addition, Iowa’s goals against average ranked ninth-best in the country and helped lead Iowa to its thirdstraight Big Ten Tournament Championship, 20th NCAA Tournament appearance and 11th NCAA Final Four appearance. As a player, Cellucci was one of the greatest goalkeepers ever to don the Black and Gold. During her four years with Iowa, the Broomall, PA, native was a three-time all-American, four-time all-Big Ten selection and four-time regional all-American. In her playing days, Cellucci made an immediate impact for the

Hawkeyes. As a freshman, she earned first team all-Big Ten, first team regional all-American and third team NFHCA all-American honors as she helped Iowa to a 16-4 record. Her sophomore campaign was even more impressive, when she went 18-3 and was first team all-Big Ten and a regional all-American, along with being second team NFHCA AllAmerican. During her senior campaign, Cellucci became Iowa’s all-time saves leader by stopping her 494th shot in a 5-3 win over Ball State. She ended her career with 592 saves. A member of the U.S. National Team from 1999-2000, Cellucci has extensive experience with the U.S. program. She played on the 1998 U.S. Under-23 National Team and on the U.S. Under-18 National Team in 1994. Cellucci also participated in three U.S. Olympic Festivals (1993, 1994 and 1995) and won a gold medal at the 1993 Festival and a bronze medal at the 1995 Festival. She also has coaching experience at the national level, coaching at the 2003-2006 A-Camps and the 2000-2004 B-Camps and the USFHA Super Camp. During the summer of 2005, Cellucci coached in the U.S. EPTC program that finished second at the National Tournament and was a goalkeeping coach at the U.S. Elite Team Trials. In 2006, she joined Griesbaum on the staff of the EPTC Midwest team that placed third in the USA Field Hockey Championships in Virginia Beach, VA. Last summer, Cellucci was, once again, part of the High Performance Training Center (formerly known as EPTC) coaching staff. She was joined by six current and two former Hawkeye student-athletes at the National Tournament. There, the Midwest team finished second. Additionally, Cellucci coached the Junior National Team Camp in 2008. Before returning to Iowa as a coach, Cellucci was an assistant coach at James Madison, where she helped the Dukes to a 15-7 record and a spot in the NCAA Tournament in 1999. Cellucci graduated from the University of Iowa in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies.

The Cellucci File • 1998 U.S. Under-23 Team Member • 1999 Pan American Team (alternate) • 1999 U.S. National Team Tour of England • 1999-2000 U.S. National Team Member • 2003-2005 A-Camp Coach • 2005-2009 U.S. HPTC Coach • 2005-2006 Elite Team Trials Coach • 2006-2008 Junior National Team Camp Coach • All-time Saves Leader at Iowa (592) • Three-time NFHCA All-American • Four-time All-Big Ten Selection

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Caroline Nichols Assistant Coach First Year Old Dominion, 2007

Caroline Nichols is in her first season as a member of the Hawkeye coaching staff. She was named interim assistant coach June 18, 2010. “It is a complete honor to be joining the Iowa Hawkeye program,” said Nichols. “The tradition and history that surround Iowa field hockey is something I am so excited to become a part of. I look forward to working with and learning from two of the best coaches in the country. I cannot wait to contribute to such a driven team.” “We are thrilled to have Caroline Nichols join our staff,” said Griesbaum. “She was a decorated college student-athlete and has continued to leave her mark on the international level, representing the USA on the Women’s National Team. As an Olympian, she knows what it takes to excel as an elite level athlete. She is hard working, loyal, and passionate about coaching and competing.” Nichols, a four-year letterwinner at Old Dominion University from 2003-06, was a national all-academic team selection and an all-conference honoree from 2004-06. As a junior, she was named a NFHCA second team all-South Region selection and was named to the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) all-tournament team. In 2006, Nichols was recognized as a NFHCA first team all-American and NFHCA first team all-South Region honoree. Additionally, she was named CAA Player of the Year and CAA Defender of the Year, marking the first time in CAA history someone swept both honors in the same season. Nichols, a two-time member of the NCAA all-tournament team, also has a great deal of playing experience on the national scene. A member of the U.S. National Team, Nichols was a member of the 2008 Beijing Olympic team, the 2008 Olympic Qualifier team and the 2010 World Cup Qualifier Team. In 2006, she was named to the USA World Cup Training Squad and was a member of the Netherlands Tour team in 2007. In 2008, she was a member of the Pan American Cup team. Nichols earned her bachelor of science in biology with honors from Old Dominion University.

Meghan Beamesderfer

Undergraduate Assistant Coach Meghan Beamesderfer is in her first year as a member of the Hawkeye coaching staff. She has been a member of the Iowa field hockey program for the last four years as a student-athlete.

Lauren Pfeiffer Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Year University of Iowa, 2009

Lauren Pfeiffer is in her second season as a member of the Hawkeye coaching staff. Pfeiffer was a member of the Iowa field hockey program from 2005-08 as a student-athlete. “We are thrilled to have Lauren back so quickly,” said Griesbaum. “Her career as a student-athlete was phenomenal and we will be hard pressed to have anyone surpass her overall performance markers. As Lauren represents Team USA on the National Team, she will also be devoting her time to the coaching side of things. Lauren will be a great addition to our coaching staff; mainly helping with skill development and defensive schemes.” Pfeiffer was a two-time all-American and first team all-Big Ten honoree, helping lead Iowa to three-straight Big Ten Tournament championships and the 2008 NCAA Final Four. A two-time Big Ten Tournament MVP, the Mount Laurel, NJ, native started all 83 games of her Hawkeye career and helped the team to three Big Ten tournament titles. Her 53 career goals rank ninth on Iowa’s career goal list. She was a four-time National Field Hockey Coaches Association national academic squad member, and a three-time all-region honoree and academic all-Big Ten selection. During her senior season, Pfeiffer led the Big Ten in shots (129) and goals (20), and ranked second in points (44), for all games. She was named a 2008 Honda Sports Award finalist, and earned a slot on the NCAA all-tournament team after helping the Hawkeyes advance to the national semifinals. Pfeiffer also has a great deal of playing experience on the national scene. In June 2009, she was named to the 2009-2010 U.S. National Team. She recently competed with the National Team in a five-game test series in Argentina. Pfeiffer was also a member of the 2007 and 2008 HPTC Midwest Region Teams, the 2006 EPTC Midwest Region team and the 2005, 2006, and 2007 U.S. Under-21 squads. In addition, she competed at the 2006 U.S./Canada Challenge and the 2005 Canada/America Challenge. Pfeiffer graduated from the University of Iowa in 2009 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing. Beamesderfer, a native of Lititz, PA, started every game of her Hawkeye career, helping lead Iowa to three-straight Big Ten Tournament titles and the 2008 NCAA Final Four. She was a two-time allAmerican, a four-time regional all-American and a three-time all-Big Ten honoree. In 2006, she was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year. As a senior in 2009, she led the team in goals (10) and defensive saves (four) and was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year.

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2010 SCHEDULE

Schedule Date Aug. 28 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 18 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 2 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 30 Nov. 4-7 Nov. 13-14 Nov. 19-21

Opponent vs. Wake Forest at North Carolina Miami (OH) Brown vs. Stanford at Kent State Ball State at Michigan State* at Central Michigan at Penn State* at Lock Haven Michigan*! at Indiana* at Louisville Northwestern* Ohio State*! at Big Ten Tournament at NCAA Tournament at NCAA Championship

Location Chapel Hill, NC (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) Chapel Hill, NC (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) Iowa City, IA Iowa City, IA Kent, OH Kent, OH Iowa City, IA East Lansing, MI Mount Pleasant, MI University Park, PA Lock Haven, PA Iowa City, IA Bloomington, IN Louisville, KY Iowa City, IA Iowa City, IA Evanston, IL TBA College Park, MD

*Big Ten Conference Game ! - Televised by the Big Ten Network (HD) Bold = Home Games

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Time (CT) 1:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Noon Noon 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. Noon Noon 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA


ROSTER

Roster No. 1 2 4 5 8 9 12 14 16 17 18 20 22 24 28 31 49

Name Geena Lesiak Aubrey Coleman Becca Spengler Sarah Drake Jessica Barnett Kim Scraper Kelsey Mitchell Marike Stribos Sarah Pedrick Danielle Peirson Karli Johansen Hailey Chadbourne Sarah Pergine Chelsea Miller Kelsey Boyce Kathleen McGraw Niki Schultheis

Pos. MF MF/B F/MF F B F F/MF MF B B B F MF B GK GK B

Head Coach: Tracey Griesbaum Associate Head Coach: Lisa Cellucci Assistant Coach: Caroline Nichols

Sarah Pergine

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

Hometown (High School) Voorhees, NJ (Eastern Regional) Mickleton, NJ (Kingsway Regional) eton, NJ Lititz, PA (Warwick) Ann Arbor, MI (Pioneer) North Vancouver, Canada (Handsworth Secondary) West Vancouver, Canada (West Vancouver Secondary) Berlin, NJ (Eastern Regional) Brussels, Belgium (European School of Brussels III) New Castle, DE (Archmere Academy) Conestoga, PA (Lancaster Mennonite) North Vancouver, Canada (Handsworth Secondary) Pittston, ME (Gardiner Area) Collegeville, PA (Perkiomen Valley) Dallas, TX (Hockaday School) Califon, NJ (Voorhees) Atherton, CA (Saint Francis) Hamburg, Germany (Carl-von-Ossietzky Gymnasium Hamburg) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Lauren Pfeiffer Undergraduate Assistant Coach: Meghan Beamesderfer Head Athletic Trainer: Faye Thompson Strength and Conditioning Coach: Gabby Quiggle

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SEASON PREVIEW

The Iowa Field Hockey team will feature a different look in 2010 with the addition of seven newcomers. The Hawkeyes return seven starters from last year’s team and 10 letterwinners. “We are going to have a high level of competition at every position,” said Head Coach Tracey Griesbaum. “It is exciting to know that we have skilled players in every line. We have some holes to fill in our penalty corners due to graduation so that will be something we look to solidify right away in preseason. We will look to improve our game at a steady rate throughout the entire season.” Griesbaum is now in her 11th season at the helm of the storied program. She is joined by Associate Head Coach Lisa Cellucci, a former Hawkeye All-American, who is also in her 11th season. Caroline Nichols, a member of the U.S. National Team, is in her first season as a member of the coaching staff. Another former Hawkeye All-American and current U.S. National Team member, Lauren Pfeiffer, returns for her second season as the volunteer assistant coach. In addition, Meghan Beamesderfer, an All-American in 2009, will serve as undergraduate student assistant coach this fall. Gabby Quiggle is the team’s strength and conditioning coach. “I am thrilled to have such a talented, energetic and loyal coaching staff,” said Griesbaum. “Lisa returns for her 11th season as a member of the coaching staff. Lisa is in the upper echelon of goalkeeping coaches in the country. She was an All-American goalkeeper for the Hawkeyes and we are fortunate to have her expertise and enthusiasm. Caroline is the newest member of the Hawkeyes. Caroline is a stellar defender on the National Team. She will be actively involved in technical and tactical development of the team. Lauren will once again be our volunteer assistant coach. She will be in her second year on the sidelines after leading the 2008 Hawkeyes to the Final Four. Meghan will be the undergraduate student assistant as she finishes up her last semester before graduation. She is coming off a great senior campaign, earning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and All-American honors.”

FORWARDS “We are looking to improve our offensive production and we have to start by discussing the players who will be directly responsible for scoring goals,” said Griesbaum. “Rebecca Spengler and Sarah Drake will be returning to the forward line. Becca has a strong understanding of our defensive schemes and we will be looking to her for leadership on and off the field. Sarah is a feisty player. She will bring intensity and grit to our style of play.” Spengler, a team captain, and Drake will be the leaders on the front line. Spengler, a junior, has started 30 career games and her experience will be relied upon. Drake was outstanding in 2009, finishing third on the team with eight goals. The sophomore was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week twice a year ago. “Joining them on the forward line will be Hailey Chadbourne, and freshmen Kelsey Mitchell and Kim Scraper,” added Griesbaum. “Kelsey has great possession and elimination skills. Kim is a dynamic player in the open field and they both have the ability to draw penalty corners and score goals.”

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Chadbourne, a sophomore, saw action in 10 games in 2009. Mitchell, who holds the high school record for career goals in the state of New Jersey (171), and Scraper, will add depth to the forward position.

MIDFIELDERS “Sarah Pergine will be a solid presence in our midfield,” said Griesbaum. “Sarah has the most experience on the team and she will have the job of controlling the tempo of the game as well as keeping the field organized at all times. Geena Lesiak will contribute to our offensive production from both the forward and midfield line. Sarah and Geena have good field sense and will help with our overall production. Marike Stribos comes to the Hawkeyes with a lot of high level hockey experience. She is most comfortable playing in the midfield but her skill set will be valuable anywhere on the field. Aubrey Coleman will also be able to challenge for a spot in the midfield.” Pergine, a senior co-captain, owns the most experience of any Hawkeye returnee. She has started 36 career games and was a member of the 2008 Hawkeye team that advanced to the NCAA Final Four. Lesiak started 17 games as a freshman in 2009 and recorded four goals. They will be joined by freshmen Marike Stribos and Aubrey Coleman.

BACKS “Jessica Barnett and Chelsea Miller are our returning back field players,” said Griesbaum. “They will be called upon to make stops and initiate our attack. Sarah Pedrick is another returner who will add to our effectiveness. Niki Schultheis, Dani Peirson, Aubrey Coleman, and Karli Johansen also possess outstanding skills that will be beneficial in our backfield.” Senior Chelsea Miller, a team co-captain, returns for her final season with the Black and Gold. Miller has appeared in 40 career games and was a member of the Hawkeye team that advanced to the 2008 NCAA Final Four. Barnett had an outstanding freshman campaign, starting all 19 games. She was a main contributor on Iowa’s defensive penalty corner unit. Pedrick saw action in three contests as a freshman. This trio will be joined by freshmen Niki Schultheis, Dani Peirson, Aubrey Coleman and Karli Johansen.

GOALKEEPERS “Kathleen ‘Merty’ McGraw is returning with the most experience in goal,” said Griesbaum. “Merty is a powerful athlete and her skills are steadily improving. Kelsey Boyce is also a returner with some experience. As always, the goalkeeping position is the heart, soul, and mind of the defense. Merty and Kelsey will lead our defensive unit on a daily basis.” McGraw started 16 games as a freshman in 2009, including each Hawkeye victory. She ranked fifth in the Big Ten with 67 saves and third with two shutouts. Boyce saw action in one contest and did not allow a goal.

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MEET THE HAWKEYES

Chelsea Miller Senior Back Dallas, TX Hockaday School

#24

Hawk Item... Member of the 2009 HPTC Midwest Region team. 2009 as a Junior... Started all 19 games... named academic all-Big Ten... recorded two points on one goal... named to Dean’s List in spring. 2008 as a Sophomore... Played in 11 games, including five starts... scored her first career goal vs. Missouri State... was credited with one goal on three shots. 2007 as a Freshman... Started one of the ten games she has played in… letterwinner. High School… Futures Elite selection in 2005-06… member of the NFHCA High School National Academic Squad in 2006… participated in the National Futures Championships in 2004 and 2005… Penn Monto/ NFHCA High School all-Region team in 2006… first team all-Southwest Preparatory Conference in 2004-06… earned 12 varsity letters in three sports (field hockey, soccer and softball). Personal... Born July 29, 1988... daughter of David and Barbara Miller... studio art and interdepartmental studies health science major.

Miller’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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GS 1 5 19 25

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G 0 1 1 2

A 0 0 0 0

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Sarah Pergine Senior Midfielder Collegeville, PA Perkiomen Valley

#22

Hawk Items... Named ISAAC (Iowa Student Athlete Advisory Committee) Chair for 2010... was a member of the 2010 Midwest High Performance Tournament Team at the USA National Championships... member of the 2009 HPTC Midwest Region team. 2009 as a Junior... Started all 19 games... amassed 10 assists, which tied team-high... tied for fifth in Big Ten Conference in assists, in all games... ranked fifth on the team in total points (16) and sixth in goals (three)... scored one game-winning goal. 2008 as a Sophomore... Played in all 23 games, including 14 starts... started in Iowa’s national semifinal game against Maryland... ranked second on the team in assists (13), tied for first in game-winning goals (4), fourth in points (29) and tied for fourth in goals (8)... tied for third in the Big Ten in assists (13), in all games... six of her 13 assists came against Big Ten competition... scored on a team-best 44.4% of her shots on goal... recorded the game-winning goal and an assist vs. Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament... posted the game-winning goal over #10 Michigan State to send Iowa to the national semifinals... helped lead Iowa to back-to-back NCAA Regional victories over #13 Louisville and #10 Michigan State... started all three games in helping lowa claim its third-straight Big Ten Tournament title... was credited with two goals and an assist vs. Central Michigan... tallied first collegiate goal at Stanford, which was also the game-winner... registered 16 shots, 13 on goal (81.2%)... scored multiple points in four contests... her 0.59 assists per game rank 30th-best in the country. 2007 as a Freshman... Started three of 15 games... letterwinner… recorded first career assists against Sacred Heart… attempted six shots. High School… First team PAC-10 League in 2005-06… second team Philadelphia Inquirer all-southeastern, PA in 2006… Pottstown Mercury all-area and Norristown Times Herald all-area 2005-06… finished high school career with 50 goals and 46 assists… won team’s Top Offensive Player Award in 2005-06.

Pergine’s Career Statistics Year GP 2007 15 2008 23 2009 19 Totals 57

GS 3 14 19 36

SH 6 18 11 35

G 0 8 3 11

A 1 13 10 24

PTS 1 29 16 46

DS 0 0 0 0

Personal... Born on June 2, 1989... daughter of James and Melissa Pergine... communication studies and sociology major.

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Becca Spengler Junior Forward/Midfielder Lititz, PA Warwick

#4

Hawk Items... ISAAC representive... member of the 2009 HPTC Midwest Region squad. 2009 as a Sophomore... Academic all-Big Ten... named to NFHCA National Academic Squad... started all 19 games... recorded two total points on one goal... Iowa’s Field Hockey Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree... won the Nancy McLinden Carr Award. 2008 as a Freshman… Played in 11 games, including three starts at midfield... played in two of the three Big Ten Tournament games helping Iowa win its third-straight title... scored first career goal against Indiana in Big Ten Tournament... named to 2008 NFHCA National Academic Squad. High School… first team all-state as a senior... Lancaster Lebanon all-League team and Lancaster Lebanon first team all-Star in 2007... Junior Olympian in 2006... National Futures Championships participant in 2006... co-captain of high school team. Personal... Born January 15, 1990... daughter of Barry and Georgine Spengler... psychology major.

Spengler’s Career Statistics Year GP 2008 11 2009 19 Totals 30

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GS 3 19 22

SH 1 10 11

G 1 1 2

A 0 0 0

PTS 2 2 4

DS 0 0 0

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Jessica Barnett Sophomore Back North Vancouver, Canada Handsworth Secondary School

#8

2009 as a Freshman... Started all 19 games... was a main contributor on the defensive penalty corner unit... recorded one defensive save. High School… Three-sport athlete, excelling in field hockey, basketball and soccer... from 2004-07, named high school’s athlete of the year... member of the British Columbia Provincial field hockey team in 2007 and 2008... named a first team senior girls field hockey all-star in 2008 and 2009... member of the team that finished second at the Junior National Field Hockey Championships in 2008... member of the 2009 British Columbia Provincial basketball championship team and was named Most Outstanding Defensive Player of the 2009 British Columbia AAA Provincial basketball championship... named first team senior girls soccer all-star in 2008. Personal... Born June 5, 1991... daughter of Bruce and Sandra Barnett... communications major.

Barnett’s Career Statistics Year GP 2009 19 Totals 19

GS 19 19

SH 2 2

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

DS 1 1

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Kelsey Boyce

Hailey Chadbourne

2009 as a Freshman... Saw first career game action against Saint Louis, recording two saves.

2009 as a Freshman... Saw action in 10 games, recording two shots.

High School… Named first team all-conference, Star Ledger first team all-West Jersey, West Jersey Player of the Year and first team North Jersey Coaches Association as a senior... led her team to the Hunterdon/Warren County championship and the Skyland Conference championship in 2008... three-time AAU Junior Olympian and three-time National Futures Championship participant... member of the Xcalibur Club team that won gold medal at 2006 and 2007 National Hockey Festivals... member of the 2009-2010 USA Women’s Indoor National Team.

High School… Two-time NFHCA National High School all-American (2007, 2008) and two-time NFHCA Regional High School all-American (2007, 2008)... holds records for all-time goals, assists and points at Gardiner Area High School... named Miss Maine Field Hockey as a senior... was Wendy’s High School Heisman winner for the state of Maine in 2008... two-time Maine State Player of the Year... three-time all-state and all-conference honoree... Junior National Team camp selection... Olympic Development select participant... U-19 U.S. Field Hockey Tour team... three-time AAU Junior Olympian...six-time NFC selection... USFHA elite selection... team captain... ranked third in high school class... four-time Gardiner Scholar Athlete.

Sophomore Goalkeeper Califon, NJ Voorhees

Sophomore Forward Pittston, ME Gardiner Area

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Personal... Born May 31, 1991... daughter of John and Kathy Boyce... open major.

#20

Personal... Born March 1, 1990... daughter of Cindy and Skip Chadbourne... open major.

Boyce’s Career Statistics Year GP GS MIN 2009 1 0 35:00 Totals 1 0 35:00

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SV SV % GA GAA SHO 2 1.000 0 0.00 0 2 1.000 0 0.00 0

Chadbourne’s Career Statistics Year GP 2009 10 Totals 10

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Sarah Drake Sophomore Forward Ann Arbor, MI Pioneer

#5

Hawk Items... Member of the 2010 Midwest High Performance Tournament Team at the USA National Championships... selected to 2010 Junior National Team Camp. 2009 as a Freshman... Started every game... one of two Hawkeye freshmen to start every contest... named to NFHCA National Academic Squad... amassed eight goals, which ranked third on the team... recorded 17 points (eight goals, one assist), which tied for third most on the team... named Big Ten Freshman of the Week twice (Sept. 7 and Nov. 2)... team-high GPA for fall 2009... named to Dean’s List in both spring and fall. High School… Team MVP in 2008 at Pioneer High School... compiled 18 goals and 12 assists as a senior and was named the Detroit News Field Hockey Player of the Year... during her tenure at Pioneer, the team was crowned state champions three times... two-time Futures Elite participant, a two-time National Futures Championship participant and a two-time AAU Junior Olympian. Personal... Born March 14, 1991... daughter of Dee and Madeline Drake... health and human physiology interest and philosophy major.

Drake’s Career Statistics Year GP 2009 19 Totals 19

GS 19 19

SH 20 20

G 8 8

A 1 1

PTS 17 17

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Geena Lesiak

Sarah Pedrick

2009 as a Freshman... Saw action in all 19 games, starting 17... recorded eight total points on four goals... named to spring Dean’s List.

2009 as a Freshman... Saw action in three contests... named to Dean’s List in spring.

Sophomore Midfielder Voorhees, NJ Eastern Regional

Sophomore Back New Castle, DE Archmere Academy

#1

High School… Named an NFHCA National High School all-American and an NFHCA Regional all-American in 2008... high school team won the New Jersey state championship in 2008 for the 10th-straight year, breaking a state record for most consecutive championships... named first team all-state as a senior... two-time all-South Jersey selection... Junior National Team camp selection... member of U-16 National Team... two-year team captain... member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.

#16

High School… Two-time all-state honoree... threetime all-conference selection... two-time National Futures Championship selection... named a 2009 Futures Elite participant... four-time state champion soccer player... four-year honor roll student... 2008 cum laude student. Personal... Born June 18, 1991... daughter of Steve and Sandy Pedrick... integrative physiology and studio art major.

Personal... Born September 8, 1991... daughter of Michael and Cherri Lesiak... speech and hearing science major.

Lesiak’s Career Statistics Year GP 2009 19 Totals 19 26

GS 17 17

SH 24 24

G 4 4

A 0 0

PTS 8 8

Pedrick’s Career Statistics DS 0 0

Year GP 2009 3 Totals 3

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Kathleen McGraw Sophomore Goalkeeper Atherton, CA Saint Francis

#31

Hawk Items... Member of the Midwest High Performance Squad... selected to 2010 Junior National Team Camp. 2009 as a Freshman... Saw action in 17 games, including 16 starts... started in goal for each Hawkeye victory... ranked fifth in the Big Ten with 67 saves and third with two shutouts... named to NFHCA National Academic Squad... named to spring Dean’s List. High School… Named first team all-league in 2008... second team all-league in 2006-07... named Saint Francis High School’s Athlete of the Year in 2009... scholar athlete from 2005-09... team captain as a senior... three-year varsity starter... recorded 35 shutouts during high school career... competed at the varsity level in basketball, softball and track... member of the Central Cost Section Championship team in 2006 and 2007.

Aubrey Coleman Freshman Midfielder/Back Mickleton, NJ Kingsway Regional

#2

High School… Named Female Athlete of the Year and Field Hockey Player of the Year by the Gloucester County Times... three-time National Futures Championship participant... team captain as a senior... named first team All-South Jersey by the Star Ledger, Philadelphia Inquirer and the Courier Post in 2009... was a 2008 Junior Olympian... was a two-time state track champion (4x800 and distance medley)... member of National Honor Society... served as student council president. Personal... Born May 4, 1992... daughter of Tom and Rosemary Coleman.

Personal... Born June 27, 1991... daughter of John and Patricia McGraw... pre-business major.

McGraw’s Career Statistics Year GP GS MIN SV SV % GA GAA SHO 2009 17 16 1128:53 67 .670 33 2.63 2 Totals 17 16 1128:53 67 .670 33 2.63 2

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Karli Johansen Freshman Back North Vancouver, Canada Handsworth Secondary School

#18

High School… Named first team all-star in 2009 and second team all-star in 2008… also played soccer… named an honorable mention all-star in 2009… team won the Provincial Championships… named high school female athlete of the year in 2007… member of the British Columbia Provincial Field Hockey team in 2008 and 2009… member of the Adanacs field hockey squad from 2006-2009, placing first in pool in 2008 and 2009 at the Indio National Festival in California. Personal... Born March 26th, 1992... daughter of Lynn Punnett and Neil Johansen.

Kelsey Mitchell Freshman Forward/Midfielder Berlin, NJ Eastern Regional

#12

High School… Named New Jersey State Player of the Year twice... two-time NFHCA High School first team all-American... holds the high school record for career goals in the state of New Jersey (171)... 2010 Junior National Team Camp participant... member of the 2008 and 2009 United States U16 National Team that competed on the Holland Tour... three-time Eastern Regional High School Field Hockey Scholar Athlete. Personal... Born September 11, 1992... daughter of Chris and Sheri Mitchell.

Danielle Peirson Freshman Back Conestoga, PA Lancaster Mennonite

#17

High School… 2009 all-state selection and a 2009 PA LL League Section III All-Star... team captain as a senior, recording 19 goals and 12 assists... 2009 National Futures Championship participant and a 2008 National Futures Championship gold medalist. Personal... Born July 31, 1991... daughter of Donald and Beth Peirson.

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Niki Schultheis

Freshman Back Hamburg, Germany Carl-von-Ossietzky Gymnasium Hamburg

#49

High School… Member of club team that won 2009 outdoor and 2010 indoor Federal State of Hamburg Championships... club team finished second at both indoor and outdoor Championships in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 (outdoor), 2007 and 2008... member of club team that finished third at 2006 and 2009 indoor Federal State of Hamburg Championships... member of club team that also enjoyed success at German Championship, advancing to round of 16 in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008... team won the outdoor championship in 2009... member of school team that won both indoor and outdoor Federal State of Hamburg Championships from 2006-2010. Personal... Born July 16, 1992... daughter of Andreas and Kirsten Schultheis.

Kim Scraper

Freshman Forward West Vancouver, Canada West Vancouver Secondary

#9

High School… Two-time U19 Disney Gold champion, a two-time AAA High School Provincial Champion and a three-time AAA High School all-star... member of the Canadian National Team’s developmental squad and was a U18 Canada Cup champion in 2009... ice hockey and soccer standout. Personal... Born March 1, 1992... daughter of Gord and Autumn Scraper.

Marike Stribos

Freshman Midfielder Brussels, Belgium European School of Brussels III

#14

High School… Played for U15 Belgian National Team that competed at the Mannheim 4-Nations Tournament… member of the U16 Belgian National Team that played at 2008 European Cup… played for U18 Belgian National Team that competed at the RC Polo de Barcelona Tournament and the 2009 European Cup… member of U21 Belgian National Team… competed on three Belgian club teams. Personal... Born on August 7, 1992 in the Netherlands .. daughter of Hans Stribos and Janneke van der Meulen.

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WHY IOWA?

“When deciding on a college I had a checklist of qualities that I was looking for in a school. I wanted a school that had reputable science and math programs and had the option to do graduate work in the physical therapy field. I also wanted a school with a field hockey program that had dedicated coaches who love what they do, a team that was more like a family than a team, and lastly a program that was dedicated to helping me grow as a field hockey player and also as a person. When I came to The University of Iowa all the pieces of this puzzle seemed to fall right into place. The University of Iowa seemed like a home away from home, and the field hockey team seemed to be a family away from my family. Attending the University of Iowa and being a part of the field hockey team has been one of the biggest blessings of my life.”

Becca Spengler

Junior - Phoenixville, PA

“After visiting the University of Iowa, choosing a college was not a very hard decision to make. The atmosphere of this University is unlike any other. On my second visit to the school, walking onto Melrose Avenue before a football game in a sea of black and gold was unbelievable. The fan-base and the school spirit are incredible at not only the football games, but at every other event on campus, including field hockey games. The field hockey program here is very unique. The tradition, the pride, the work ethic, and the unity behind the team and the coaches is unmatched. The coaches challenge us to be better every day not only on the field, but in the classroom as well. Being a student before being an athlete is extremely important to our program, and the athletic staff makes sure we have every resource we could ever need to succeed in our academics.” Sarah Pedrick

Sophomore - New Castle, DE

“The moment I stepped on the University of Iowa campus I realized that Iowa was the place where I belonged. The University in its entirety rings with the feeling of great pride and integrity, from the buildings to the students, and that feeling is contagious. The team and coaches share this feeling as they support each other and work toward common goals, not merely as a group of people, but as a family who realize that they must work together in order to achieve great things. I am honored to have the opportunity to become a part of this Hawkeye tradition, as these hardworking student-athletes continue to support and encourage each other to meet the goals set for the classroom, the field and in life.”

Hailey Chadbourne

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WHY IOWA?

“I chose the University of Iowa because I wanted to be a HAWKEYE. But that’s not all, of course. While on my first visit to Iowa City I couldn’t help but be impressed with the amount of pride and excitement that filled this town in Iowa. Varsity athletics and their athletes were truly appreciated and taken particularly seriously. I knew the field hockey program would also share that respect. I chose the University of Iowa field hockey program because I wanted to be challeneged physically. I wanted to leave my college experience being the best possible athlete I could be. And I knew I would also be challenged academically. With Iowa’s nationally recognized medical and creative writing programs I felt comfortable that whatever field I decided to study I would come out educated. And as my Dad always told me, ‘Go big or go home, Drake’! I went big.”

Sarah Drake

Sophomore - Ann Arbor, MI

“When making the decision of which university would be the best fit for me, I knew that I wanted to be a part of a team that had tremendous pride in their program. The University of Iowa field hockey team not only has that, but they hold themselves to a higher standard than most of the other teams out there. Each person on the team is challenged to make a greater individual commitment for the betterment of the team, and the competitiveness that can be found at Iowa is unlike any other program that I have seen. Iowa provides the environment for a studentathlete not only to grow and progress within their sport, but as a person as well.”

Sarah Pergine

Senior - Collegeville, PA

“My commitment to play division one field hockey was an all or nothing decision. I knew that if I was going to dedicate a large sum of time to collegiate athletics I was going to pick a program that would allow me to reach my greatest potential as both an athlete and a student. Initially, Iowa Field Hockey’s tradition of success both in the Big Ten and the NCAA caught my eye as a prospective student-athlete. However, after learning more about University of Iowa and its pride and respect for women’s athletics it was clear that Iowa was where I would spend my next four years. The state-of-the-art training facilities coupled with nationally respected academic curriculum makes Iowa an exemplary place to be a collegiate athlete.”

Kathleen McGraw

Sophomore - Atherton, CA

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GRANT FIELD

The 2009 season marked the fifth year the Hawkeyes have played on the new Grant Field. Grant Field is one of the finest facilities in the nation with a state-of-the-art playing surface, permanent grandstand, concessions, rest rooms and a press box. Whether playing on the new Grant Field, or on the original facility that was introduced in 1989, opponents have usually left Iowa City unhappy. The Hawkeyes own an overall home record of 125-37, a conference record of 57-19 at home and an 11-2 record in NCAA Tournament games played in Iowa City. Originally named the Hawkeye Field Hockey Field, the facility was renamed in honor of former University of Iowa Women’s Athletics Director and founder of Iowa Field Hockey Dr. Christine Grant on Sept. 22, 1991. The new field was re-dedicated on Oct. 8, 2006. The Hawkeyes set a home attendance record Oct. 24, 1993 with 1,339 fans watching Iowa defeat No. 4 Penn State, 4-0. Iowa has gone undefeated on its home field in six separate seasons, including a 40-game home winning streak.

Year-By-Year Grant Field Records (New stadium beginning 2005)

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 Total

Overall 3-7 6-2 5-1 3-3 5-3 8-1 6-3 2-2 5-1 5-3 9-0 5-3 5-3 9-1 8-2 5-2 8-0 10-0 6-0 8-0 4-0 125-37

Big Ten 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-2 2-1 3-0 1-2 0-2 2-1 2-1 5-0 2-3 3-2 5-0 5-0 4-1 3-0 4-0 3-0 (MCFHC) 4-0 (MCFHC) 3-0 57-19

E M O

H E Y E K D E L W FIE TAG HA N A V D A MCFHC - Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey Conference

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What Others Are Saying About Grant Field “If I were a high school player looking to go to Iowa, I would take one step into that facility (Grant Field), and say ‘Where do I sign?’. What a great facility. This place is start-of-the-art for college field hockey.” Brent Stover (Big Ten Network) “It is the best facility in the Big Ten.” Kara Lentz (Big Ten Network)

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FACILITIES

Iowa Locker Room

Hawkeye Lounge

Athletic Training Room and Indoor Turf Facility

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IOWA FIELD HOCKEY CAMP

Grant Field is considered one of the top complexes in the country and participants have the advantage of state-of-the-art facilities. Campers also play alongside accomplished college players.

Each summer, field hockey players from around the nation come to Iowa City for the Iowa Field Hockey Camp.

Campers ages 13-18 participate in the camp led by the Hawkeye coaching staff as well as current and former Iowa players.

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HAWKEYES IN THE COACHING RANKS

Hawkeyes In The Coaching Ranks

One of the most definitive statements that reflects upon the quality of the Iowa field hockey program is the number of alumni that have chosen to enter the coaching profession and the number of Hawkeye assistants that have become head coaches. Below is a list of former Hawkeyes who have or are currently coaching at various levels. Name Joan Behrends Caroline Blaum Mary Casabian Lisa Cellucci Dawn Chamberlin Diane DeMiro Roz Ellis Amy Fowler Pattie Gillern Kristy Gleason Kristen Holmes Kerry Horgan Debbie Humpage Lesley Irvine Sue Lowley Michele Madison

Position School Years at Iowa HC White Plains H.S. 1982-86 AC Iowa (2009) 2004-08 AC Virginia (1999-2001) 1993-96 AHC Iowa 1994-98 HC Salisbury State 1981-85 AC West Essex H.S. 1993-96 VAC Wake Forest 2005-08 HC Dartmouth 1989-93 AC West Chester 2000-03 AC Iowa (2006) 1989-94 HC Princeton 1992-96 HC Kent State (1997-2005) 1988-91 HC Conn. College 1991-95 HC Stanford (2002-09) 1999 HC Bridgewater College (1996-99) 1981-83 HC Virginia 1982-89

Head Coach = HC

Associate Head Coach = AHC

Name Caitlin McCurdy Melisa Meccage Diane Monkiewicz Quan Nim Marcia Pankratz Annette Payne Emily Rinde-Thorsen Amy Robertson Saleema Rogers Heather Schnepf Kadi Sickel Liz Tchou Sarah Thorn Barb Weinberg Kara Zappone Jessica Zosky

Position School Years at Iowa VAC Stanford 2005-08 AC Princeton 1993-97 HC Mansfield Univ. 1981-84 AC William and Mary (2001-09) 1995-99 HC Michigan (1996-2004, 09-) 1982-86 HC Ball State (2003-09) 1994-97 HC Colby College 2000-02 HC Indiana 1989-92 AC Stanford (2005) 1999-02 AC Kent State 2003-06 AC Northeastern University 2004-07 HC Rutgers 1984-88 AHC American 1996-99 VAC Maryland 2000-04 AC Fairfield 2003-06 AC Lehigh 2000-03

Assistant Coach = AC

Volunteer Assistant Coach = VAC

Lisa Cellucci Class of 1998 Associate Head Coach - Iowa

Heather Schnepf Class of 2007 Assistant Coach - Kent State

Sarah Thorn Class of 1999 Associate Head Coach - American

Liz Tchou Class of 1988 Head Coach - Rutgers

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BIG TEN CONFERENCE

When people think of collegiate field hockey, their thoughts primarily go out east, where Atlantic Coast Conference and Big East schools are often seen as national powerhouses. The Big Ten though has quickly become one of the premier field hockey conferences in the nation. In the 26 years the conference has sponsored field hockey, Big Ten schools have advanced to the NCAA Tournament 71 times. The Iowa Hawkeyes lead the conference with 20 appearances, including three of the last four years. Last season, Ohio State, Indiana and Michigan Stare represented the conference in the national tournament field of 16 teams. It represented the tenth time in the last 11 years that the conference has had at least three or more representatives. In 2008, Iowa, Michigan State and Penn State all made the tournament. The Nittany Lions fell to Princeton in the first round. Michigan State defeated defending national champion North Carolina in the first round before falling to Iowa in the second. The Hawkeyes advanced to the NCAA Semifinals before falling to eventual champion Maryland. In 2007, Iowa, Penn State, Michigan and Michigan State all advanced to the tournament. Penn State fell to North Carolina in the national championship game. The Hawkeyes were defeated in double overtime against Boston during the first round. In 2004, Michigan State reached the Final Four, making it the fourth consecutive year the Big Ten has sent a team to the Final Four. The league record for consecutive years in the National Semifinals is eight, when either Iowa or Northwestern reached the Final Four every year from 1983-1990.

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In 2003, Michigan advanced to the Final Four for the third time in school history. In 2002, the Big Ten had a pair of teams in the Final Four for the secondconsecutve year when Michigan State and Penn State each won regional tournaments. The Nittany Lions advanced to the championship game and were the national runner-up. In 2001, the Big Ten ended the year with five of its seven teams ranked in the top 20 by the NFHCA. Both Michigan and Michigan State represented the conference in the Final Four. The Wolverines went on to become the second Big Ten School to win the National Championship. Iowa was the first in 1986. The Big Ten has been represented in the Final Four 22 times. The Hawkeyes lead the Big Ten Conference schools with 11 Final Four appearences. Individually, the Big Ten produces some of the top field hockey players in the nation. In the last six seasons, the conference has produced 57 NFHCA All-Americans, 20 of which were on the first team. The Big Ten Conference began sponsoring field hockey in 1981 with a conference tournament, then began full league play in 1982. From 1989-91, five conference teams competed in the Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey Conference along with the Northern Illinois Huskies. But when Penn State joined up with the Big Ten in 1991, the league resumed sponsoring a conference season. In conference play, each team plays each other once, with the season ending with the Big Ten Tournament. The site of the Big Ten Tournament is determined on a rotating basis. The 2010 championship will be held in Evanston, IL.

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BIG TEN NETWORK

The Big Ten Network is the first internationally distributed television network dedicated to covering one of America’s premier collegiate conferences. Considered to be one of the most successful launches in cable television history, the Big Ten Network became the first network in cable or satellite television history to reach 30 million subscribers within its first 30 days on the air. With more than 350 live sports events, and virtually all of them in high definition, the Big Ten Network is the ultimate destination for Big Ten fans and alumni across the country. The network is available up to an estimated 75 million households, and in all 50 states and Canada though agreements with more than 300 cable, satellite and telco affiliates. Customers of DIRECTV and DISH Network, have access to the network regardless of where they live, while Verizon and AT&T continue to roll out their FiOS and U-Verse services across the country. On cable, the network is available in 19 of the nation’s 20 largest media markets. To get the channel number specific to your area and provider, visit http://www.bigtennetwork.com/channelfinder. The network operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, showcasing a wide array of classic-to-current sports and televising more Olympic sporting events and women’s sports than has ever been aired on any other network. The Hawkeyes have been televised nine times over the last two seasons, three times by the network in 2009 and six times in 2008. The Big Ten Tournament semifinals and finals are televised each year. For more information regarding the Big Ten Network, visit www.bigtennetwork.com.

Above: Head Coach Tracey Griesbaum talks with the Big Ten Network’s Kara Lentz. Below: Iowa celebrates its third-straight Big Ten Tournament title on the Big Ten Network.

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2010 OPPONENTS

Wake Forest

Aug. 28 - Chapel Hill, NC Atlantic Coast Conference Head Coach: Jennifer Averill 2009 Record: 13-7 Series Record: 2-8 Last Meeting: ‘09, WFU (3-2) Official Website: wakeforestsports.com

North Carolina

Aug. 29 - Chapel Hill, NC Atlantic Coast Conference Head Coach: Karen Shelton 2009 Record: 20-2 Series Record: 3-19 Last Meeting: ‘09, UNC (5-0) Official Website: tarheelblue.com

Miami

Sept. 5 - Iowa City Mid-American Conference Head Coach: Jill Reeve 2009 Record: 13-10 Series Record: 8-0 Last Meeting: ‘98, Iowa (5-1) Official Website: muredhawks.com

Brown

Sept. 6 - Iowa City Ivy League Head Coach: Tara Harrington 2009 Record: 5-12 Series Record: N/A Last Meeting: First Official Website: brownbears.com

Stanford

Sept. 11 - Kent, OH NorPac Conference Head Coach: Tara Danielson 2009 Record: 17-5 Series Record: 12-3 Last Meeting: ‘09, Stanford (3-2, ot) Official Website: gostanford.com

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Kent State

Sept. 12 - Kent, OH Mid-American Conference Head Coach: Kathleen Schanne 2009 Record: 12-8 Series Record: 3-0 Last Meeting: ‘06, Iowa (5-1) Official Website: kentstatesports.com

Ball State

Sept. 18 - Iowa City Mid-American Conference Head Coach: Beth Maddox 2009 Record: 4-14 Series Record: 18-2 Last Meeting: ‘05, Iowa (6-1) Official Website: ballstatesports.com

Michigan State

Oct. 16 - East Lansing, MI Big Ten Conference Head Coach: Rolf van de Kerkhof 2009 Record: 18-4 Series Record: 45-11-1 Last Meeting: ‘09, MSU (5-1) Official Website: msuspartans.com

Central Michigan

Sept. 6 - Mount Pleasant, MI Mid-American Conference Head Coach: Cristy Freese 2009 Record: 8-13 Series Record: 5-0 Last Meeting: ‘08, Iowa (9-0) Official Website: cmuchippewas.com

Penn State

Oct. 18 - University Park, PA Big Ten Conference Head Coach: Charlene Morett 2009 Record: 7-13 Series Record: 23-17-1 Last Meeting: ‘09, Iowa (1-0) Official Website: gopsusports.com

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2010 OPPONENTS

Lock Haven

Oct. 3 - Lock Haven, PA Atlantic 10 Conference Head Coach: Pat Rudy 2009 Record: 18-5 Series Record: 2-0 Last Meeting: ‘86, Iowa (2-0) Official Website: www.lhup.edu/ sports/havensports

Michigan

Oct. 10 - Iowa City Big Ten Conference Head Coach: Marcia Pankratz 2009 Record: 7-14 Series Record: 39-14 Last Meeting: ‘09, Iowa (5-3) Official Website: mgoblue.com

Indiana

Oct. 15 - Bloomington, IN Big Ten Conference Head Coach: Amy Robertson 2009 Record: 14-7 Series Record: 13-5 Last Meeting: ‘09, Indiana (2-1) Official Website: iuhoosiers.com

Louisville

Oct. 17 - Louisville, KY Big East Conference Head Coach: Pam Bustin 2009 Record: 12-8 Series Record: 4-4 Last Meeting: ‘09, Louisville (2-0) Official Website: uoflsports.com

Northwestern

Oct. 24 - Iowa City Big Ten Conference Head Coach: Tracey Fuchs 2009 Record: 12-8 Series Record: 50-17-4 Last Meeting: ‘09, Iowa (1-0, ot) Official Website: nusports.com

Ohio State

Oct. 30 - Iowa City Big Ten Conference Head Coach: Anne Wilkinson 2009 Record: 13-7 Series Record: 41-12 Last Meeting: ‘09, OSU (2-0) Official Website: ohiostatebuckeyes.com

Iowa will play at historic Grant Field six times this season.

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Iowa Field Hockey is Tops on the Field AND in the Classroom 2009-10 Hawkeye Academic Record - Three Hawkeyes were recognized on the Fall Big Ten Academic Squad - 36% (5 out of 14) of the team had a 3.5 GPA or higher - Team cumulative GPA over 3.0 - Four Hawkeyes named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad

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Chelsea Miller


CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1982 Big Ten Regular Season Champions 21-2 Overall, 6-0 Big Ten Iowa’s first NCAA Tournament, Elite Eight

1986 NCAA Champions Big Ten Regular Season Champions 19-2-1 Overall, 9-1 Big Ten

1987 Big Ten Regular Season Champions 17-5-2 Overall, 8-0-2 Big Ten NCAA Tournament Final Four (Fourth Place) (Picture Unavailable)

1983 Big Ten Regular Season Co-Champions 19-3-2 Overall, 9-1 Big Ten NCAA Tournament Elite Eight 1988 NCAA Tournament Runner-up Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up 19-6 Overall, 6-2 Big Ten

1984 NCAA Tournament Runner-up Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up 17-5-3 Overall, 8-1-1 Big Ten

1989 MCFHC Regular Season Champions 19-2-2 Overall, 9-0-1 MCFHC NCAA Tournament Final Four 1986 National Champions

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CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

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1990 MCFHC Regular Season Champions 20-4 Overall, 9-1 MCFHC NCAA Tournament Final Four (Third Place)

1993 Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up 18-4 Overall, 8-2 Big Ten NCAA Tournament Final Four

1991 MCFHC Regular Season Champions 17-2-1 Overall, 10-0 MCFHC NCAA Tournament Elite Eight

1994 Big Ten Tournament Champions 15-8 Overall, 6-4 Big Ten NCAA Tournament Final Four

1992 NCAA Tournament Runner-up Big Ten Regular Season Champions 20-1 Overall, 10-0 Big Ten

1995 Big Ten Regular Season Champions 16-4 Overall, 10-0 Big Ten NCAA Tournament Elite Eight

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CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1996 Big Ten Regular Season Champions 18-3 Overall, 10-0 Big Ten NCAA Elite Eight

2006 Big Ten Tournament Champions 12-9 Overall, 2-4 Big Ten NCAA Tournament

1999 Big Ten Regular Season Champions 19-3 Overall, 9-1 Big Ten NCAA Final Four

2007 Big Ten Tournament Champions 17-4 Overall, 4-2 Big Ten NCAA Tournament

2004 Big Ten Regular Season Co-Champions 13-8 Overall, 5-1 Big Ten NCAA Tournament

2008 Big Ten Tournament Champions 18-5 Overall, 4-2 Big Ten NCAA Final Four

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2009 STATISTICS & RESULTS

2009 OVERALL STATISTICS

Scoring No. Player Yr 15 Meghan Beamesderfer Sr. 21 Tricia Dean Sr. 1 Geena Lesiak Fr. 5 Sarah Drake Fr. 13 Jess Werley Sr. 22 Sarah Pergine Jr. 4 Becca Spengler So. 19 Grace Dolfi Fr. 24 Chelsea Miller Jr. 20 Hailey Chadbourne Fr. 8 Jessica Barnett Fr. 25 Leslie Pyle So. 16 Sarah Pedrick Fr. Iowa Totals Opp. Totals

GP Shots Shot% G 19 73 .137 10 19 58 .155 9 19 24 .167 4 19 20 .400 8 19 16 .438 7 19 11 .273 3 19 10 .100 1 19 4 .250 1 19 3 .333 1 10 2 .000 0 19 2 .000 0 19 1 .000 0 3 0 .000 0 19 224 .196 44 19 205 .210 43

Goalkeeping No. 31 32 28

Player Kathleen Mcgraw Tori Garifo Kelsey Boyce

Yr Fr. So. Fr.

GP GS 17 16 3 3 1 0

Iowa Team Totals By Period 1 Goals Scored Shots Taken Saves Penalty Corners

A 2 10 0 1 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 28 32

Pts 22 28 8 17 17 16 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 116 118

DS GWG PS Meghan Beamesderfer 4 3 0-0 2009 All-American & Big 0 1 1-1 Ten Defensive Player of 0 1 0-0 the Year 0 1 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 6 9 1-1 3 10 1-1

Sv 67 10 2

GA Sho Sv% 33 2 .670 10 0 .500 0 0 1.000

2

22 21 111 111 33 44 67 69

OT Total 1 2 2 3

44 224 79 139

GAA Min 2.63 1128:53 5.13 175:20 0.000 35:00

Opponent Totals By Period

Goals Scored Shots Taken Saves Penalty Corners

1

20 105 51 52

2

22 97 39 51

OT Total 1 3 0 0

43 205 90 103

2009 SEASON RESULTS Date Opponent Site 8/29

W/L

Goals Scored Corners Iowa Opp. Iowa Opp.

Overall Big Ten Record Record Scorer Assists GK/Saves

#2 Wake Forest Iowa City, IA L 2 3 3 5 0-1 0-0 Pergine (Big Ten/ACC Challenge)

Dean Lesiak

Garifo/6 --

8/30 #4 North Carolina Iowa City, IA L 0 5 4 6 0-2 0-0 -- -- Garifo/1 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) Mcgraw/1 9/5 #17 Massachusetts Amherst, MA L 3 4 11 4 0-3 0-0 Drake - - Mcgraw/4 Drake - Werley Pergine 9/6 Boston University Amherst, MA W 3 1 2 4 1-3 0-0 Werley Drake Beamesderfer Mcgraw/4 Dean Drake 9/11 VCU Iowa City, IA L 2 3 10 4 1-4 0-0 Drake - - Mcgraw/4 Dolfi -9/13 Stanford Iowa City, IA L (OT) 2 3 7 4 1-5 0-0 Werley Pergine Garifo/3 Pergine --

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2009 RESULTS

Goals Scored Corners Overall Big Ten Date Opponent Site W/L Iowa Opp. Iowa Opp. Record Record Scorer Assists GK/Saves 9/19 Saint Louis Iowa City, IA W 12 0 10 2 2-5 0-0 Drake Beamesderfer McGraw/0 Werley Boyce/2 Dean Dean Penalty Stroke Dean Werley Werley Beamesderfer Beamesferder Lesiak Drake Spengler Werley 9/25 Michigan Ann Arbor, MI W 3 2 8 10 3-5 1-0 Beamesderfer Dean/Pergine McGraw/6 Werley Dean Beamesderfer Dean/Pergine 10/2 Indiana Iowa City, IA L 1 2 10 5 3-6 1-1 Beamesderfer Dean McGraw/5 10/4 California Iowa City, IA W 3 2 8 4 4-6 1-1 Dean - - McGraw/3 Miller - Dean Pyle 10/11 #20 Ohio State Columbus, OH L 0 2 5 6 4-7 1-2 -- - - McGraw/4 10/16 #18 Michigan State Iowa City, IA L 0 3 1 7 4-8 1-3 - - - - McGraw/6 10/18 Penn State Iowa City, IA W 1 0 6 7 5-8 2-3 Lesiak Dean McGraw/3 10/23 Northwestern Evanston, IL W (OT) 1 0 9 12 6-8 3-3 Dean Pergine McGraw/9 10/25 #14 Louisville Iowa City, IA L 0 2 13 8 6-9 3-3 - - - - McGraw/5 10/30 James Madison Washington, DC W 3 2 8 4 7-9 3-3 Beamesderfer Dean/Pergine McGraw/1 Drake Werley Pergine -10/31 American Washington, DC W 2 1 5 2 8-9 3-3 Drake Dean McGraw/5 Beamesderfer Dean/Pergine 11/5 Michigan East Lansing, MI W 5 3 11 4 9-9 3-3 Beamesderfer - - McGraw/4 (Big Ten Tournament) Dean Pyle/Pergine Beamesderfer Dean/Pergine Beamesderfer - Lesiak Werley 11/6 #8 Michigan State East Lansing, MI L 1 5 8 5 9-10 3-3 Dean Pergine McGraw/3 (Big Ten Tournament)

Kathleen McGraw

Sarah Drake

Jessica Barnett 1986 National Champions

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Amy Aaronson Mandy Abblitt Betsy Albert Pamela Asselmeier Jessica Barnett Carol Barr Carolyn Bartley Amy Baxter Meghan Beamesderfer Joan Behrends Debbie Birrell Caroline Blaum Sarah Jane Bowe Kelsey Boyce Deborah Brickey Holly Brock Susan Brooks Peggy Brown Heather Bryant Tiffany Bybel Suzanne Bury Jean Carlson Gina Carr Mary Casabian Lisa Cellucci Hailey Chadbourne Dawn Chamberlin Gesa Clasen Lindsay Coile Natalie Dawson Sarah Dawson Patricia Dauley Tricia Dean Barbara deKanter Bernadette Demers Diane DeMiro LeAnn Detwiler Wendy DeWane Kelly Dolan Grace Dolfi Sarah Drake Kelly Druley Karen Dowling Lindsey Duffy Adrienne Dybus Lauren Edwards Ellen Egan Susie Eldh Roz Ellis Jessica Enoch Sarah Fanjul Kris Fillat Nicole Fiorella Kelly Flanagan Tiffany Fodera Jennifer Foley Alycyn Freet Amy Fowler Cherie Freddie Tori Garifo Michelle Gaudette Gloria Gibson Susan Gibson Patricia Gillern Gina Glass Kristy Gleason

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1990-93 El Macero, CA 1993-96 Wilmington, DE 1978-79 Huntington Station, NY 1979-82 Glenn Ellyn, IL 2009- North Vancouver, CN 1979-83 Endwell, NY 1987-89 Cranbury, NJ 2007-08 Warrington, PA 2006-09 Lititz, PA 1982-86 Mahopac, NY 2002-05 Shelbyville, KY 2004-08 Wilkes-Barre, PA 1977-78 Fargo, ND 2009- Califon, NJ 1982-86 St. Louis, MO 1996 Rehoboth Beach, DE 1986-87 Cedar Rapids, IA 1977-78 Arlington, VA 1990-94 Northcrest, DE 1990-94 Millville, NJ 1979-83 Delcano, NJ 1977-79 Auburn, MA 1998-01 Milford, PA 1993-96 Bridgewater, MA 1994-98 Broomall, PA 2009- Pittston, ME 1981-85 North Hills, PA 1986-87 Hamburg, Germany 1994-95 Mountain Top, PA 1997-99 Berlin, NJ 2001-04 Berlin, NJ 1978-82 Endwell, NY 2006-09 Bear, DE 1987-88 Rotterdam, Neth. 1985-89 North Haverhill, NH 1993-96 North Caldwell, NJ 1981-85 Haddonfield, NJ 1978-82 Genesee, PA 1996-99 Lincoln, RI 2009 Chapel Hill, NC 2009- Ann Arbor, MI 1996-99 E. Falmouth, MA 1977-78 Bayshore, NY 2005-08 San Diego, CA 2005-07 St. Louis, MO 1999-02 Chatham, NJ 1979-84 Gibbsboro, NJ 1977-78 Westport, CT 2005-08 Lewisburg, PA 1992-95 Wayne, PA 1981-84 Haddonfield, NJ 1988-93 San Diego, CA 2008 Downington, PA 1977-78 Endicott, NY 1998-01 Allentown, NJ 1997 Falmouth, MA 1996-99 Palmyra, PA 1989-93 Voorhees, NJ 1986-90 San Diego, CA 2008-09 Red Lion, PA 1991-93 Hummelstown, PA 1980-82 Mt. Ayr, IA 1997-00 Newville, PA 2000-03 Medford, NJ 1977-78 Rockville, MD 1989-94 Amesbury, MA

Rebekah Heavrin Stephanie Height Megan Heise Melissa Helsel Kim Hermann Kelly Hondros Erica Houck Kristen Holmes Kerry Horgan Debbie Humpage Suzanne Humphrey Katelyn Hurton Lesley Irvine Theresa Kennedy Shirley Kessler Aimee Klapach Mary Koboldt Frederique Koch Mary Kraybill Leslie Krebs Jessica Krochmal Adria LaSovage Donna Lee Carolyn Lee Tiffany Leister Tammy Leister Geena Lesiak Kerry Lessard Diane Loosbrook Sue Lowley Paige Lowrey Browyn Markell Mitra Massih Beth McCracken Caitlin McCurdy Kathleen McGraw Kitty McLinden Nancy McLinden Margot McMahon Charlie McNally Silke Meier Maria Merluzzi Michelle Millang Anita Miller Chelsea Miller Lindsay Miller Melissa Miller Marcy Mills Diane Monkiewicz Courtney Moore Jane Morris Eileen Moyer Pam Moyer Lissa Munley Michelle Murgatroyd Karen Napoliatano Katie Naughton Maggie Neill Quan Nim Kristi Nohelty Kathy Nolan Julie Osborne Gina Palma Marica Pankratz Ann Pare` Tina Parrott

2000-02 Castle Rock, CO 1978-81 Owego, NY 2005 Chilliwack, B.C. 2005-08 Elizabethtown, PA 1982-86 Lake Forest, IL 2006 Columbus, OH 2003 Fleetwood, PA 1992-96 Raynham, MA 1988-91 Bradford, MA 1991-95 Cheshire, CT 1977-79 Slingerlands, NY 1996-97 Lynnfield, MA 1999 Northants, England 1990-91 Silver Springs, MD 1988-90 San Diego, CA 1990-94 Medford, NJ 1982-86 St. Louis, MO 1986-87 Soirle, Netherlands 1991-95 Bow, NH 1978-82 Winnetka, IL 1993-95 Bow, NH 1999-02 Ann Arbor, MI 1979-83 Mattapan, MA 1999-02 San Deigo, CA 1999-02 Oley, PA 2001-04 Oley, PA 2009- Voorhees, NJ 1995-98 Watertown, MA 1985-89 San Diego, CA 1981-83 Plainfield, IL 2007 Denver, CO 1983-84 Garden Grove, CA 1977-79 Council Bluffs, IA 1977-78 Dumont, IA 2005-08 Mountain Top, PA 2009- Atherton, CA 1994-95 Flossmoor, IL 1992-95 Flossmoor, IL 2000, 2002-04 St. Louis, MO 1977-78 Valley Cottage, NY 1987-88 Krefeld, West Germany 1998-01 Lehighton, PA 1977-78 Des Moines, IA 1998-99 Lititz, PA 2007- Dallas, TX 2000-03 Gap, PA 1994-97 Palmyra, PA 1978-82 Dayton, OH 1981-84 Collegeville, PA 2003 Virginia Beech, VA 1977-81 Glencoe, IL 1987-92 Collegeville, PA 1980-84 Palatine, IL 2005-08 Mountain Top, PA 1985-89 Pretoria, South Africa 1984-87 Selden, NY 2005-08 Goffstown, NH 2007 Ambler, PA 1995-99 Bayside, VA 1992-93 San Jose, CA 1977-79 Davenport, IA 1977-79 Morton Grove, IL 2000-03 New Faifield, CT 1982-86 Southboro, MA 1992-95 Southbury, CT 1985-89 San Jose, CA

Annette Payne 1994-97 St. Louis, MO Sarah Pedrick 2009- New Castle, DE Sarah Pergine 2007- Collegeville, PA Nancy Peters 1977-78 Richmond, VA Lauren Pfeiffer 2005-08 Mt. Laurel, NJ Leslie Pyle 2008-09 Lafayette Hill, PA Whitney Raffo 2004 Chatham, NJ Erica Richards 1986-90 Pennsauken, NJ Emily Rinde-Thorsen 2000-02 Newport, RI Deb Robertson 1985-89 Garden Grove, CA Katie Rhodes 2004 Emmaus, PA Shelby Roche 2002-05 Escondido, CA Leticia Rodriguez 1978-82 Iowa City, IA Jamie Rofrano 1989-93 Medford Lakes, NJ Saleema Rogers 1999-02 Oak Park, IL RosAnna Salcido 1983-87 Baldwin Park, CA Melanie Sanders 1986-87 Robesonia, PA Melissa Sanders 1986-90 Robesonia, PA Vicky Sax 1982-85 Vestal, NY Jennifer Schmidt 1996 Robesonia, PA Heather Schnepf 2003-06 Medford Lakes, NJ M.B. Schwarze 1977-82 Lake Bluff, IL Carol Scherbaum 1978-79 Woodstock, IL Jennifer Scott 1980-82 Oak Park, IL Carla Seltzer 1977-79 Schamburg, IL Cindy Skordas 1987-90 San Diego, CA Kadi Sickel 2004-07 Plaistow, NH Kelly Slattery 2003-05 St. Louis, MO Emily Smith 1992-96 Lakewood, CO Karen Smith 1977-78 Waterloo, IA Rachel Smith 1992-94 Plymouth, MA Susan Smith 1977-79 Davenport, IA Becca Spengler 2008- Lititz, PA Lynn Stadtmueller 1980-82 Rockford, IL Sarah Stark 2006 Nashotah, WI Sonia Steffler 1996-98 Fallbrook, CA Lauren Stiver 2001-04 Amherst, NY Linda Sutton 1977-80 Palm Beach Gardens, FL Lisa Sweeney 1988-92 San Antonio, TX Elizabeth Tchou 1984-88 Medford Lakes, NJ Anne-Marie Thomas 1979-83 Dorval, Quebec Sarah Thorn 1996-99 Audobon, PA Jibs Thorson 1988-92 Pataskala, OH Aileen Trender 1986-90 Harrington Park, NJ Patti Wanner 1983-87 West Lawn, PA Taylor Webb 2003 Port Murray, NJ Kim Webster 1983-84 Katonah, NY Meg Weir 2000 Oklahoma City, OK Caitlin Weller 2003-04 Oak Park, IL Barb Weinberg 2000-04 Louisville, KY Jess Werley 2006-09 Allentown, PA Laurie Westfall 1977-79 Austin, TX Lauren Whalen 2008 Phoenixville, PA Hope Whitcraft 1983-86 Gibbsboro, NJ Erin Walsh 1986-90 Virginia Beach, VA Andrea Wieland 1987-91 Atlanta, GA Arleen Wilser 1978-81 Poughkeepsie, NY Michelle Wilson 1994-98 St. Louis, MO Nicole Wilson 1994-96 Gibbsboro, NJ Patricia VanMeter 1980-82 Riverside, NJ Katherine Vella 2004 Sydney, Australia Karen Zamora 1978-79 Grimes, IA Kara Zappone 2003-06 Queensbury, NY Jessica Zosky 2000-03 Orefield, PA * Current Players in BOLD

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HAWKEYE RECORDS

Year-by-Year Goals Leaders

Year.....Player............................Goals 1979...... Kelly Flanagan.............................. 23 1980...... Anne-Marie Thomas..................... 23 1981...... Anne-Marie Thomas..................... 24 1982...... Anne-Marie Thomas..................... 28 1983...... Ellen Egan................(Led Nation) 42 1984...... Marcia Pankratz............................ 26 1985...... Marcia Pankratz............................ 25 1986...... Liz Tchou....................................... 15 RosAnna Salcido.......................... 15 1987...... Liz Tchou....................................... 30 1988...... Erica Richards.............................. 27 1989...... Kristy Gleason.............................. 27 1990...... Kristy Gleason.............................. 33 1991...... Heather Bryant.............................. 21 1992...... Kristy Gleason.............................. 39 1993...... Kristy Gleason.............................. 33 1994...... Debbie Humpage.......................... 14 1995...... Diane DeMiro................................ 18 1996...... Diane DeMiro................................ 19 1997...... Kerry Lessard............................... 25 1998...... Kerry Lessard............................... 23 1999...... Lesley Irvine.................................. 17 2000...... Tiffany Fodera............................... 10 2001...... Sarah Dawson.............................. 10 2002...... Pattie Gillern................................... 6 Tiffany Leister................................. 6 2003...... Pattie Gillern................................. 15 2004...... Sarah Dawson.............................. 12 2005...... Caitlin McCurdy.............................11 2006...... Caitlin McCurdy............................ 10 Lauren Pfeiffer.............................. 10 2007...... Lauren Pfeiffer.............................. 15 2008...... Lauren Pfeiffer.............................. 20 2009...... Meghan Beamesderfer................. 10

Career Goals

Rank....Player.............. Goals (Years) 1............ Kristy Gleason............132 (1989-93) 2............ Anne-Marie Thomas.....88 (1979-82) 3............ Marcia Pankratz............76 (1982-85) Erica Richards..............76 (1986-89) 5............ Liz Tchou.......................75 (1984-87) 6............ Ellen Egan....................68 (1980-83) 7. .......... Kerry Lessard...............64 (1995-98) 8............ Kelly Flanagan..............62 (1977-80) 9............ Lauren Pfeiffer..............53 (2005-08) 10.......... Diane DeMiro................48 (1993-96)

Individual Single Game

Goals Scored 6, Kerry Lessard vs. Pacific, 9-20-97 Assists 5, Lisa Sweeney vs. N. Illinois, 10-05-91 Goalkeeper Saves 25, Andrea Wieland vs. Old Dominion, 9-21-90 Points 12, Kerry Lessard vs. Pacific, 9-20-97

Year-by-Year Points Leaders

Year-by-Year Assists Leaders

Year.....Player........................... Points 1980...... Anne-Marie Thomas.......................55 1981...... Anne-Marie Thomas.......................57 1982...... Anne-Marie Thomas.......................66 1983...... Ellen Egan......................................93 1984...... Marcia Pankratz..............................57 1985...... Marcia Pankratz..............................55 1986...... RosAnna Salcido............................38 1987...... Liz Tchou.........................................65 1988...... Erica Richards................................57 1989...... Kristy Gleason................................58 1990...... Kristy Gleason................................69 1991...... Heather Bryant................................45 1992...... Kristy Gleason................................83 1993...... Kristy Gleason................................75 1994...... Debbie Humpage............................30 1995...... Diane MeMiro.................................46 1996...... Diane DeMiro..................................45 1997...... Kerry Lessard.................................56 1998...... Kerry Lessard.................................48 1999...... Lesley Irvine....................................47 2000...... Tiffany Fodera.................................20 2001...... Sarah Dawson................................23 2002...... Pattie Gillern...................................14 2003...... Pattie Gillern...................................32 2004...... Sarah Dawson................................34 2005...... Caitlin McCurdy..............................28 2006...... Caitlin McCurdy..............................22 Lauren Pfeiffer................................22 2007...... Lauren Pfeiffer................................38 2008...... Lauren Pfeiffer................................44 2009...... Tricia Dean.....................................28

Year.....Player......................... Assists 1980...... Anne-Marie Thomas........................ 9 1981...... Anne-Marie Thomas........................ 9 1982...... Anne-Marie Thomas...................... 10 1983...... Deb Brickey................................... 16 1984...... Deb Brickey................................... 20 1985...... Deb Brickey................................... 13 1986...... Michelle Murgatroyd...................... 10 1987...... Barbara deKanter.......................... 22 1988...... Erin Walsh/Michelle Murgatroyd.... 16 1989...... Aileen Trendler............................... 25 1990...... Kerry Horgan................................. 29 1991...... Lisa Sweeney................................ 24 1992...... Jamie Rofrano............................... 26 1993...... Mary Kraybill.................................. 26 1994...... Emily Smith.................................... 19 1995...... Ann Pare/Diane DeMiro................. 10 1996...... Kristen Holmes.............................. 11 1997...... Melisa Miller..................................... 9 1998...... Alycyn Freet................................... 14 1999...... Alycyn Freet................................... 14 2000...... Lauren Edwards............................... 9 2001...... Maria Merluzzi................................. 7 2002...... Lauren Edwards............................... 6 2003...... Lindsay Miller................................... 6 2004...... Sarah Dawson............................... 10 2005...... Debbie Birrell................................... 7 2006...... Kadi Sickel..................................... 12 2007...... Caroline Blaum.............................. 11 2008...... Caroline Blaum.............................. 15 2009...... Sarah Pergine/Tricia Dean............ 10

Career Assists

Year.....Player........................... Saves 1980...... Donna Lee................................... 185 1981...... Donna Lee................................... 173 1982...... Donna Lee................................... 134 1983...... Unavailable 1984...... Joan Behrends............................... 77 1985...... Unavailable 1986...... Karen Napolitano........................... 86 1987...... Andrea Wieland........................... 127 1988...... Andrea Wieland........................... 124 1989...... Eileen Moyer................................ 120 1990...... Andrea Wieland........................... 126 1991...... Eileen Moyer................................ 103 1992...... Andrea Wieland............................. 95 1993...... Jessica Krochmal........................... 77 1994...... Jessica Krochmal........................... 95 1995...... Lisa Cellucci................................. 135 1996...... Lisa Cellucci................................. 138 1997...... Lisa Cellucci................................. 153 1998...... Lisa Cellucci................................. 166 1999...... Kelly Druley.................................. 104 2000...... Saleema Rogers............................ 93 2001...... Barb Weinberg............................... 45 2002...... Barb Weinberg............................... 82 2003...... Barb Weinberg............................. 106 2004...... Barb Weinberg............................. 138 2005 ..... Lissa Munley.................................. 77 2006...... Lissa Munley.................................. 78 2007...... Lissa Munley.................................. 65 2008...... Lissa Munley.................................. 72 2009...... Kathleen McGraw.......................... 67

Rank....Player.................. Ast. (Years) 1............ Deb Brickey.................. 59 (1982-85) 2............ Michelle Murgatroyd..... 57 (1984-87) 3............ Jamie Rofrano.............. 51 (1989-92) 4............ Mary Kraybill................. 46 (1991-95) 5............ Kerry Horgan................ 45 (1988-91) 6............ Tiffany Bybel................. 41 (1990-93) 7............ Erin Walsh.................... 36 (1986-89) 8............ Alycyn Freet.................. 35 (1996-99) 9............ Anne-Marie Thomas..... 34 (1979-82) Lisa Sweeney............... 34 (1988-91)

Individual Single Season

Points 93, Ellen Egan, 1983 Goals 42, Ellen Egan, 1983 Assists 29, Kerry Horgan, 1990 Goalkeeper Victories 25, Donna Lee, 1981 Goalkeeper Shutouts 14, Jessica Krochmal, 1993 14, Eileen Moyer, 1989 Goalkeeper Saves 185, Donna Lee, 1980

Year-by-Year Saves Leaders

Single Season Team

Most Goals in a Season 91 in 1985 (24 games) Best Goals Scored Average in a Season 3.86 in 1992 (21 games, 81 goals) Best Goals Against Average in a Season 0.45 in 1993 (22 games, 10 goals against) Most Shutouts 16 in 1993 (22 games) Fewest Goals Allowed 10 in 1993 (22 games) Most Wins in a Season 25 in 1981 (31 games) Fewest Losses in a Season 1 in 1992 (21 games) Most Losses in a Season 10 in 1997 (18 games) 10 in 2009 (19 games) Most Opponent Shutouts in a Season 6 in 1994 (23 games) Fewest Opponent Shutouts in a Season 0 in 1984, 1991, 1996 Most Goals Allowed in a Season 43 in 2009 (19 games) Longest Winning Streak 20 in 1992 Most Consecutive Games Without a Loss 21 in 1989 Most Iowa Goals Scored in a Single Game 14 (14-0) vs. Michigan, 1985 Most Goals Allowed in a Single Game 10 vs. Bemidji State, 1977

Individual Career Records

Points 285, Kristy Gleason, 1989-1993 Goals 132, Kristy Gleason, 1989-1993 Assists 59, Deb Brickey, 1982-85 Goalkeeper Victories 79, Donna Lee, 1979-82 Goalkeeper Shutouts 48, Donna Lee, 1979-82 Goalkeeper Saves 592, Lisa Cellucci, 1995-98

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National Coach of the Year

Beth Beglin.............................. ‘92

womensfieldhockey.com National Coach of the Year

Tracey Griesbaum................... ‘04

Midwest/West Regional Coach of the Year

Beth Beglin.......... ‘90, ‘92, ‘94, ‘96 Tracey Griesbaum................... ‘08

All-Americans - First Team (NFHCA)

Caroline Blaum........................ ‘08 Deb Brickey.......................‘84, ‘85 Tiffany Bybel............................ ‘93 Sue Bury............................‘81, ‘82 Pat Dauley............................... ‘81 Sarah Dawson......................... ‘04 Diane DeMiro......................‘95,’96 Kelly Druley............................. ‘99 Ellen Egan............................... ‘83 Kris Fillat............................‘90, ‘92 Amy Fowler........................‘91, ‘92 Cherie Freddie...................‘88, ‘89 Kristy Gleason..........‘89, ‘90, ‘92, ‘93 Kim Herrmann......................... ‘84 Kristen Holmes...................‘94,’96 Mary Koboldt........................... ‘85 Donna Lee.........................‘81, ‘82 Tiffany Leister.......................... ‘02 Diane Loosbrock...................... ‘88 Melisa Miller............................. ‘97 Karen Napolitano..................... ‘86 Marcia Pankratz.................‘84, ‘85 Ann Pare`................................ ‘95 Lauren Pfeiffer......................... ‘08 Erica Richards...................‘88, ‘89 RosAnna Salcido..................... ‘86 Heather Schnepf...................... ‘06 Liz Tchou................................. ‘87 Jibs Thorson............................ ‘91 Aileen Trendler........................ ‘89 Andrea Wieland.................‘90, ‘92 Barb Weinberg......................... ‘04

All-Americans - Second Team (NFHCA)

Meghan Beamesderfer............ ‘09 Heather Bryant..................‘91, ‘93 Tiffany Bybel............................ ‘92 Lisa Cellucci............................ ‘96 Roz Ellis................................... ‘08 Jessica Enoch......................... ‘95 Amy Fowler.............................. ‘90 Debbie Humpage..................... ‘94 Mary Koboldt........................... ‘84 Kerry Lessard....................‘97, ‘98 Melisa Miller............................. ‘96 Quan Nim................................ ‘99 Lauren Pfeiffer......................... ‘07 Jamie Rofrano......................... ‘92 Heather Schnepf...................... ‘05 Lisa Sweeney.......................... ‘91

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All-Americans - Third Team (NFHCA)

Lisa Cellucci......................‘95, ‘98 Meghan Beamesderfer............ ‘07 Natalie Dawson....................... ‘00 Pattie Gillern............................ ‘03 Tiffany Leister.......................... ‘01 Sarah Thorn............................. ‘99

All-Americans Honorable Mention (NFHCA)

Heather Bryant........................ ‘92 Aimee Klapach........................ ‘93 Jessica Krochmal.................... ‘93 Karen Napolitano . .................. ‘85 Tina Parrott.............................. ‘88 Erica Richards......................... ‘87 Missi Sanders.......................... ‘89 Erin Walsh............................... ‘89

All-Region Team (NFHCA)

Mandy Abblitt........................... ‘95 Meghan Beamesderfer...‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Debbie Birrell.....................‘04, ‘05 Caroline Blaum..................‘07, ‘08 Heather Bryant..........‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Deb Brickey.......................‘84, ‘85 Tiffany Bybel.......... ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Gina Carr................................. ‘00 Mary Casabian............‘94, ‘95,’96 Lisa Cellucci...............‘95, ‘96, ‘98 Natalie Dawson....................... ‘00 Sarah Dawson......................... ‘04 Tricia Dean.............................. ‘09 Diane DeMiro...............‘94, ‘95,’96 Kelly Druley............................. ‘99 Roz Ellis.............................‘07, ‘08 Jessica Enoch............‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Kris Fillat.....................‘89, ‘90, ‘92 Tiffany Fodera...................‘00, ‘01 Amy Fowler.................‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Alycyn Freet.......................‘97, ‘99 Cherie Freddie............‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Pattie Gillern............................ ‘03 Kristy Gleason............‘89, ‘90, ‘92, ‘93 Kim Herrmann...................‘84, ‘85 Kristen Holmes............‘93, ‘94,’96 Kerry Horgan........................... ‘91 Debbie Humpage...............‘93, ‘94 Lesley Irvine............................ ‘99 Aimee Klapach..................‘92, ‘93 Mary Koboldt........................... ‘84 Mary Kraybill............................ ‘94 Jessica Krochmal.................... ‘93 Tiffany Leister.............‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Kerry Lessard....................‘97, ‘98 Diane Loosbrock................‘87, ‘88 Caitlin McCurdy.................‘05, ‘06 Nancy McLinden...................... ‘95 Anita Miller............................... ‘99 Melisa Miller ...............‘95,’96, ‘97 Lindsay Miller........................... ‘03

Eileen Moyer...............‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Lissa Munley............................ ‘08 Michelle Murgatroyd................ ‘86 Karen Napolitano...............‘85, ‘86 Katie Naughton........................ ‘08 Quan Nim...................‘95, ‘98, ‘99 Marcia Pankratz.................‘84, ’85 Ann Pare`...................‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Tina Parrott.............................. ‘88 Lauren Pfeiffer............‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Erica Richards............‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Deb Robertson..................‘86, ‘88 Jamie Rofrano...................‘91, ‘92 RosAnna Salcido...............‘85, ‘86 Missi Sanders....................‘88, ‘89 Heather Schnepf.........‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Emily Smith.............................. ‘94 Lauren Stiver....... ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Kadi Sickel.........................‘06, ‘07 Lisa Sweeney.......................... ‘91 Liz Tchou....................‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Sarah Thorn.......................‘98, ‘99 Jibs Thorson......................‘90, ‘91 Aileen Trendler.............. ‘88, 1989 Erin Walsh............................... ‘89 Patti Wanner............................ ‘85 Barb Weinberg............‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Jess Werley............................. ‘09 Andrea Wieland..........‘88, ‘90, ’92

National Academic Award (NFHCA)

Tricia Dean.......... ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Kelly Dolan.............................. ‘98 Sarah Drake............................ ‘09 Susan Gibson.......................... ‘98 Melissa Helsel......................... ‘05 Kelly Hondros.......................... ‘06 Tammy Leister...................‘03, ‘04 Kathleen McGraw.................. ’09 Lissa Munley...............‘05, ‘06, ‘08 Lauren Pfeiffer............‘05, ‘06, ‘08 Kelly Slattery...............‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Becca Spengler............... ‘08, ‘09

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District

Tricia Dean........................‘08, ‘09 Lauren Pfeiffer......................... ‘08

All-Big Ten Conference/ MCFHC First-Team

Meghan Beamesderfer......‘07, ‘09 Caroline Blaum..................‘07, ‘08 Deb Brickey................ ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Heather Bryant........................ ‘93 Sue Bury.................................. ‘82 Tiffany Bybel...............‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Mary Casabian.................‘95, ‘96 Lisa Cellucci......................‘95, ‘96 Dawn Chamberlain.................. ‘84 Natalie Dawson....................... ‘00 Sarah Dawson......................... ‘04 Tricia Dean.............................. ‘09

Diane DeMiro.....................‘95, ‘96 Lee Ann Detwiler..................... ‘84 Kelly Druley............................. ‘99 Ellen Egan............................... ‘83 Roz Ellis.............................‘07, ‘08 Jessica Enoch......................... ‘95 Kris Fillat............................‘90, ‘92 Tiffany Fodera......................... ‘01 Amy Fowler.................‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Cherie Freddie............‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Pattie Gillern............................ ‘03 Kristy Gleason...........‘89, ‘90, ‘92, ‘93 Kim Herrmann...................‘83, ‘85 Kristen Holmes............‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Debbie Humpage..................... ‘94 Mary Koboldt..............‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Donna Lee............................... ‘82 Tiffany Leister....................‘01, ‘02 Kerry Lessard....................‘97, ‘98 Diane Loosbrock................‘87, ‘88 Melisa Miller.......................‘96, ‘97 Quan Nim................................ ‘99 Karen Napolitano..................... ‘86 Marcia Pankratz.................‘84, ‘85 Ann Pare`................................ ‘95 Lauren Pfeiffer...................‘07, ‘08 Erica Richards............‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Deb Robertson..................‘86, ‘88 RosAnna Salcido..................... ‘84 Missi Sanders.......................... ‘88 Heather Schnepf................‘05, ‘06 Lisa Sweeney.......................... ‘91 Liz Tchou...............‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Anne-Marie Thomas................ ‘82 Sarah Thorn............................. ‘99 Jibs Thorson............................ ‘91 Aileen Trendler..................‘88, ‘89 Erin Walsh............................... ‘89 Patti Wanner............................ ‘86 Barb Weinberg.............‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Andrea Wieland.................‘90, ‘92

Second-Team

Mandy Abblitt.....................‘95, ‘96 Meghan Beamesderfer............ ‘08 Debbie Birrell.....................‘04, ‘05 Caroline Blaum........................ ‘05 Heather Bryant..................‘91, ‘92 Tiffany Bybel............................ ‘90 Gina Carr................................. ‘00 Lisa Cellucci......................‘97, ‘98 Diane DeMiro........................... ‘94 Natalie Dawson....................... ‘99 Sarah Dawson......................... ‘03 Kelly Dolan.............................. ‘99 Jessica Enoch......................... ‘94 Tiffany Fodera......................... ‘00 Alycyn Freet............................. ‘99 Kim Herrmann......................... ‘84 Kristen Holmes........................ ‘93 Lesley Irvine............................ ‘99 Aimee Klapach........................ ‘93 Mary Koboldt........................... ‘82 Mary Kraybill............................ ‘94 Kerry Lessard.......................... ‘96

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Bronwyn Markell...................... ‘83 Caitlin McCurdy.................‘05, ‘06 Nancy McLinden...................... ‘95 Lindsay Miller.....................‘02, ‘03 Melisa Miller............................. ‘95 Anita Miller............................... ‘99 Eileen Moyer............................ ‘91 Lissa Munley............................ ‘08 Michelle Murgatroyd.........‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Quan Nim................................ ‘98 Jamie Rofrano...................‘91, ‘92 Missi Sanders.......................... ‘89 Heather Schnepf...................... ‘04 Kadi Sickel.........................‘06, ‘07 Lauren Stiver........‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Lisa Sweeney.......................... ‘90 Deb Robertson........................ ‘85 Sarah Thorn............................. ‘98 Jibs Thorson............................ ‘90 Aileen Trendler........................ ‘87 Erin Walsh............................... ‘88 Andrea Wieland....................... ‘88

Honorable Mention Team

Joan Behrends........................ ‘85 RosAnna Salcido..................... ‘85 Patti Wanner............................ ‘85

Big Ten All-Tournament Team

Meghan Beamesderfer............ ‘09 Caroline Blaum........................ ‘07 Sue Bury.................................. ‘81 Pat Dauley.........................‘80, ‘81 Tricia Dean........................‘08, ‘09 Wendy DeWane....................... ‘81 Kelly Flanagan......................... ‘80 Lesley Irvine............................ ‘99 Tiffany Leister.......................... ‘01 Melissa Miller........................... ‘97 Quan Nim................................ ‘99 Lauren Pfeiffer............‘05, ‘06, ‘08 Anne-Marie Thomas..........‘80, ‘81 Heather Schnepf................‘04, ‘06 Kadi Sickel............................... ‘07 Kelly Slattery............................ ‘04 Lauren Stiver........................... ‘01 Sarah Thorn............................. ‘99

Big Ten Tournament MVP

Caroline Blaum........................ ‘07 Lauren Pfeiffer.................. ‘06, ‘08

Academic All-Big Ten

Carolyn Bartley..................‘88, ‘89 Tiffany Bybel............................ ‘93 Tricia Dean.................‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Kelly Dolan........................‘98, ‘99 Roz Ellis.............................‘07, ‘08 Jessica Enoch............‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Susan Gibson.............‘98, ‘99, ‘00 Patricia Gillern..... ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Rebekah Heavrin........‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Melissa Helsel......................... ‘06 Aimee Klapach...........‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Mary Kraybill............................ ‘94


HAWKEYE HONOR ROLL

Jessica Krochmal.......‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Adraia LaSovage..................... ‘00 Carloyn Lee................‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Tammy Leister............‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Tiffany Leister.......................... ‘00 Chelsea Miller................. ‘08, ‘09 Melisa Miller............................. ‘95 Maria Merluzzi............‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Lissa Munley...............‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Karen Napolitano..................... ‘86 Katie Naughton..................‘07, ‘08 Tina Parrott.............................. ‘88 Lauren Pfeiffer............‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Erica Richards......................... ‘89 Emily Rinde-Thorsen.........‘00, ‘02 Shelby Roche.......................... ‘05 Missi Sanders.............‘87, ’88, ‘89 Heather Schnepf.........‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Kadi Sickel............................... ‘07 Cindy Skordas............‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Kelly Slattery......................‘04, ‘05 Rachel Smith..............‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Becca Spengler...................... ‘09 Lisa Sweeney.............‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Liz Tchou................................. ‘86 Aileen Trendler..................‘88, ‘89 Barb Weinberg...................‘03, ‘04 Andrea Wieland..........‘88, ‘90, ‘92 Jessica Zosky........ ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03

Big Ten Coach of the Year

Beth Beglin.......... ‘92, ‘95, ‘96, ‘99 Tracey Griesbaum................... ‘04

Big Ten MVP

Kristy Gleason...................‘92, ‘93 Kristen Holmes........................ ‘96 Melisa Miller............................. ‘97

Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year

Kristy Gleason...................‘92, ‘93 Diane DeMiro ......................... ‘95

Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

Meghan Beamesderfer............ ‘09 Mary Casabian........................ ‘96 Amy Fowler.............................. ‘91 Tiffany Leister.......................... ‘99 Deborah Robertson................. ‘86 Heather Schnepf................‘05, ‘06

Big Ten Freshman Player of the Year

Meghan Beamesderfer............ ‘06 Tiffany Leister.......................... ‘99 Caitlin McCurdy....................... ‘05

Big Ten Medal of Honor

Karen Napoliatano........... 1986-87 Marcia Pankratz............... 1985-86 Lauren Pfeiffer................. 2008-09 Deb Robertson................ 1988-89 Erica Richards................. 1989-90 Heather Schnepf.............. 2006-07

Liz Tchou......................... 1987-88 Liz Tchou......................... 1988-89 Andrea Wieland............... 1992-93 Tricia Dean...................... 2009-10

Big Ten Sportsmanship Award

Lissa Munley......................‘07, ‘08 Becca Spengler...................... ‘09 Barb Weinberg......................... ‘04 Kara Zappone....................‘05, ‘06

Big Ten-Suzy Favor Athlete of the Year

Kristy Gleason................. 1993-94

NCAA Woman of the Year Iowa Winner

Andrea Wieland............... 1992-93

NCAA Woman of the Year Top Ten

Andrea Wieland............... 1992-93

NCAA Post-Graduate Award

Jessica Enoch......................... ‘95

NCAA All-Tournament Team

Quan Nim, forward.................. ‘99 Jessica Enoch, sweeper.......... ‘94 Tiffany Bybel, back.................. ‘93 Kristy Gleason, forward........... ‘93 Tiffany Bybel, back.................. ‘92 Ros Ellis, back......................... ‘08 Kris Fillat, forward.................... ‘92 Amy Fowler, defender.............. ‘92 Andrea Wieland, goalkeeper... ‘92 Amy Fowler, defender.............. ‘90 Kristy Gleason, forward........... ‘90 Andrea Wieland, goalkeeper... ‘90 Missi Sanders, forward............ ‘89 Erin Walsh, defender............... ‘89 Cherie Freddie, forward........... ‘88 Diane Loosbrock, back............ ‘88 Deb Robertson, midfielder....... ‘88 Missi Sanders, forward............ ‘88 Liz Tchou, forward................... ‘87 Karen Napolitano, goalkeeper.‘86 Deb Robertson, midfielder....... ‘86 Patti Wanner, midfielder.......... ‘86 Deb Brickey, forward............... ‘84 Kim Herrmann, midfielder........ ‘84 Mary Koboldt, midfielder.......... ‘84 Marcia Pankratz, forward......... ‘84 Lauren Pfeiffer, midfielder........ ‘08

AIAW All-Tournament Team

Ellen Egan, forward................. ‘81

U.S. Olympic/Sports Festival

Deb Brickey...........‘85-87, ‘89, ‘90 Heather Bryant...........‘91, ‘93, ‘94

Sue Bury.....................‘81, ‘82, ‘85 Tiffany Bybel......................‘91, ‘93 Lisa Cellucci....................... ‘93-95 Diane DeMiro.....................‘93, ‘94 Ellen Egan ........................‘82, ‘83 Kris Fillat.................................. ‘90 Amy Fowler.............................. ‘91 Kristy Gleason...................‘90, ‘91 Tracey Griesbaum. ...........‘89, ‘90 Kristen Holmes..................‘93, ‘94 Mary Koboldt............... ‘85, ‘86-90 Mary Kraybill............................ ‘91 Donna Lee............................... ‘89 Diane Loosbrock................‘89, ‘90 Melisa Miller............................. ‘95 Karen Napolitano..................... ‘86 Marcia Pankratz..........‘85, ‘87, ‘89 Tina Parrott........................‘89, ‘90 Erica Richards...................‘89, ‘90 Deb Robertson..................‘86, ‘89 RosAnna Salcido........‘86, ‘89, ‘90 Patty Shea..................‘85, ‘87, ‘89 Liz Tchou....................‘85, ‘89, ‘90 Jibs Thorson......................‘90, ‘91 Erin Walsh............................... ‘90 Andrea Wieland.................‘90, ‘91

United States Olympic Team

Beth Beglin ...............‘80, ‘84, ‘88 Kris Fillat.................................. ‘96 Kristen Holmes (alt.)................ ‘96 Mary Koboldt........................... ‘88 Donna Lee............................... ‘88 Marcia Pankratz.................‘88. ‘96 Patty Shea . ......................‘88, ‘96 Liz Tchou................................. ‘96 Barb Weinberg (alt.)................ ‘08 Andrea Wieland....................... ‘96

U.S. Pan American Team

Beth Beglin........................... 1987 Deb Brickey (alt.).................. 1987 Lisa Cellucci (alt.)................. 1999 Kris Fillat........... 1991, 1995, 1999 Kristy Gleason...................... 1991 Tracey Griesbaum ............... 1991 Mary Koboldt........................ 1987 Donna Lee............................ 1987 Karen Napolitano (alt.).......... 1987 Marcia Pankratz.......... 1987, 1995 Patty Shea.................. 1987, 1995 Liz Tchou.................... 1991, 1995 Andrea Wieland.. 1991 (alt.), 1995

U.S. Junior Pan American Team

heather Schnepf................... 2005

USA World Cup Team

Beth Beglin ................ 1982, 1986 Kris Fillat........... 1990, 1994, 1998 Kristy Gleason...................... 1998 Kristen Holmes..................... 1998 Marcia Pankratz.......... 1986, 1994 Erica Richards...................... 1990

Patty Shea.................. 1986, 1994 Liz Tchou.............................. 1994 Erin Walsh............................ 1990 Barb Weinberg...................... 2006 Andrea Wieland.. 1994, 1998 (alt.)

USA National Team

Beth Beglin...................... 1977-87 Caroline Blaum................ 2009-10 Deb Brickey..................... 1989-90 Lisa Cellucci......................... 1999 Natalie Dawson............... 2000-01 Sarah Dawson....... 2005, 2009-10 Kris Fillat.1990-93, 1995-96, 1999 Kristy Gleason................. 1991-92 Tracey Griesbaum.....1989-91, 1993 Kristen Holmes.1995-98, 2000, ‘05 Mary Koboldt................... 1987-90 Donna Lee....................... 1985-90 Diane Loosbrock.............. 1989-91 Melisa Miller.......................... 1996 Marcia Pankratz..... 1985-90, 1995 Lauren Pfeiffer................. 2009-10 Erica Richards...................... 1990 Patty Shea........1985-91, 1995-96 Liz Tchou............... 1989-93, 1995 Erin Walsh............................ 1990 Barb Weinberg.. 2005-08, 2009-10 Andrea Wieland .1991-93, 1995-96

USA Under-23 Team

Lisa Cellucci......................... 1998 Sarah Dawson (alt.).............. 2003 Lauren Edwards................... 2002 Tiffany Leister.................. 2002-03 Lindsay Miller................... 2002-03 Barb Weinberg...................... 2002

USA Under-21 Team

Caroline Blaum..................... 2005 Kristen Holmes........... 1992, 1994 Tiffany Leister.................. 2000-01 Caitlin McCurdy.................... 2007 Lauren Pfeiffer...................... 2005 Heather Schnepf.............. 2004-05 Kadi Sickel.................. 2005, 2006 Lauren Stiver........................ 2002

USA Under-20 Team

Lauren Stiver........................ 2003

USA Under-19 Team

Kelly Slattery......................... 2004 Lauren Stiver........................ 2002

USA National Reserve Team

Deb Brickey.......................... 1988 Tracey Griesbaum................ 1988 Kristen Holmes..................... 1995 RosAnna Salcido.................. 1988 Liz Tchou.............................. 1988

USA Junior National Team

Deb Brickey.......................... 1987 Heather Bryant..................... 1992 Ellen Egan ........................... 1983 Kris Fillat............................... 1989 Cherie Freddie................. 1988-89 Kristy Gleason.......1989 (a), 1990 Mary Koboldt........................ 1985 Karen Napolitano............. 1986-87 Marcia Pankratz.................... 1985 Deb Robertson..................... 1987 Missi Sanders....................... 1989 Aileen Trendler..................... 1989 Erin Walsh............................ 1989 Andrea Wieland............... 1988-89

Honda-Broderick Sports Award Nominees

Diane DeMiro................... 1995-96 Cherie Freddie................. 1989-90 Kristy Gleason..... 1992-93, 1993-94 Kristen Holmes................ 1996-97 Mary Koboldt........................ 1983 Marcia Pankratz............... 1985-86 Lauren Pfeiffer...................... 2008 Erica Richards................. 1988-89 Liz Tchou......................... 1987-88 Andrea Wieland.............. 1990-91

Honda-Broderick Sports Award Winner

Kristy Gleason................. 1993-94

Big Ten Conference AllDecade Team

(1981-91) First-Team.............Second-Team

Deb Brickey.................Pat Dauley Sue Bury......................Ellen Egan Cherie Freddie............... Kris Fillat Kristy Gleason....... Kim Herrmann Donna Lee............... Mary Koboldt Marcia Pankratz.Karen Napolitano Erica Richards...RosAnna Salcido Liz Tchou.............. Aileen Trendler Diane Loosbrock..Andrea Wieland

Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame

Player....................Year Inducted Donna Lee Chung................ 2002 Kristy Gleason...................... 2004 Marcia Pankratz.................... 2001 Erica Richards...................... 2007 Andrea Wieland.................... 2008 Judith Davidson (Coach)...... 2005 Beth Beglin (Coach)............. 2010 Current Player = BOLD

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All-Time Series Records Opponent American University Appalachian State Ball State Bemidji State Bentley College Boston University Brown California Cal State-Chico Carleton College Central Michigan Central Missouri Colgate Colorado Connecticut Davis and Elkins Delaware Duke Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Emporia State Fairfield Graceland College Grinnell Illinois State Indiana Indiana State Iowa Wesleyan James Madison Kansas Kent State LaSalle Lock Haven Louisville Luther College Maine Maryland Massachusetts Miami of Ohio Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Missouri State Missouri-St. Louis Morehead State Nebraska New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota

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Home Away 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 12-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 3-1 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 2-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-1 0-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 3-0 3-0-1 1-0 0-0 4-2 4-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-0 0-0-1 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 0-2 2-0 0-1-1 2-0 3-0 11-6 17-6 16-6 15-5 3-0 1-0 14-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 3-0 5-1-1 1-2 0-4 0-0 0-0

Neu. Over. 1st Yr. 1-1 3-1 1996 1-0 1-0 2005 6-0 18-2 1983 0-2 0-2 1977 1-0 1-0 1979 2-1 8-1 1991 0-0 0-0 2010 4-0 10-1 1983 1-0 2-0 1988 0-0 2-0 1978 1-0 5-0 1982 0-0 3-2 1977 2-0 2-0 1980 1-0 1-0 1982 1-3 1-4 1982 0-3 0-3 1979 0-1 3-2 1980 1-1 2-4 1986 1-1 1-1 1980 1-0 1-0 1982 1-0 1-0 1979 0-0 1-0 2007 3-0 5-0 1977 1-0 7-0-1 1977 0-0 1-0 1980 5-2 13-5 1977 2-0 3-0 1981 2-0 4-0 1977 3-0 4-1 1987 1-0 2-0 1977 0-0 3-0 1997 1-0 1-0 1995 2-0 2-0 1985 1-2 4-4 2000 0-0-1 2-0-2 1977 0-0 3-0 1990 2-4-1 3-8-1 1984 5-1 7-2-1 1979 3-0 8-0 1985 11-2 39-14 1979 14-0-1 45-11-1 1977 3-0 7-0 1979 9-4-1 23-4-1 1977 0-0 2-0 1979 0-1 0-1 1978 0-0 3-0 1977 3-0 11-1-1 1980 2-13 3-19 1984 2-0 2-0 1978

Opponent Home Away Northeastern 0-2 3-0 Northern Illinois 8-1 3-0-1 Northern Iowa 0-0-1 1-0 Northern Michigan 0-0 0-0 Northeast Missouri 1-0 0-0 Northwestern 23-5-2 21-11-2 Notre Dame 0-0 0-0 Ohio University 1-0 1-1 Ohio State 16-3 14-7 Old Dominion 0-0 1-3 Pacific 1-0 0-0 Penn State 11-1-1 5-9 Princeton 0-1 0-0 Principia College 1-0 0-0 Providence 2-0 1-0 Purdue 5-0 4-0 Quinnipiac 0-0 0-0 Richmond 1-0 1-0 Rutgers 1-0 2-0 Sacred Heart 0-0 0-0 Saint Louis 9-1 5-1-1 San Jose State 0-0 1-0 SE Missouri State 1-0 0-0 SIU-Carbondale 2-0 0-0 SIU-Edwardsville 0-0 0-0 Springfield College 0-0 1-0 Stanford 5-1 3-0 Syracuse 0-1 0-0 Temple 1-0 3-2-1 Toledo 0-0 1-0 Toronto (Canada) 0-0 1-0 Towson 0-0 0-0 Villanova 0-0 0-0 Virginia 1-0 0-0 Va. Commonwealth 1-1 1-0 Wake Forest 0-3 1-2 Washington State 0-0 0-0 Waterloo (Canada) 0-0 0-0 West Chester 0-0 2-0 Western Illinois 4-1 2-1 Western Michigan 0-0 0-0 Wheaton College 0-0 1-0 Wisconsin-Madison 1-0 0-0 Wisconsin-La Crosse 1-0 0-0 William & Mary 0-0 0-0 York 0-1 0-0 All-time

Neu. 2-0-1 4-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 6-1 1-0 2-0 11-2 0-8-1 4-0 7-7 0-0 0-0 2-0 5-1 1-0 0-0 1-0-1 1-0 1-3 3-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 4-2 1-0 2-0 3-0 0-0 2-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-3 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0-1 1-0 0-0-1

*2010 Opponents In Bold

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances

Over. 5-2-1 15-1-1 3-0-1 1-0 1-0 50-17-4 1-0 4-1 41-12 1-11-1 5-0 23-17-1 0-1 1-0 5-0 14-1 1-0 2-0 4-0-1 1-0 15-5-1 4-0 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 12-3 1-1 6-2-1 4-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 2-2 2-1 2-8 2-0 1-0 2-0 6-2 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0-1 1-0 0-1-1 525-185-22

1st Yr. 1981 1977 1977 1981 1977 1977 1979 1988 1980 1980 1997 1981 1996 1979 1989 1979 2004 1998 1982 2007 1977 1982 1977 1982 1980 1979 1983 2003 1984 1985 1981 1998 2006 1993 1993 2002 1981 1981 1988 1978 1981 1980 1977 1978 2007 1981


HAWKEYES IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

Overall Record: 26-21 1982 NCAA Regionals (Storrs, CT) 11/13 Massachusetts 11/14 Connecticut

W, 1-0 (2ot) L, 2-3 (2ot)

1983 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/13 Northwestern

L, 1-2

1984 NCAA Regionals (Evanston, IL) 11/11 San Jose State 11/12 Northwestern NCAA Final Four (Springfield, MA) 11/17 Temple 11/18 Old Dominion

W, 5-2 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-5

1989 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/12 Providence NCAA Final Four (Springfield, MA) 11/18 North Carolina 11/19 Northwestern 1990 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/8 Stanford NCAA Regional Finals (Evanston, IL) 11/11 Northwestern NCAA Final Four (Piscataway, NJ) 11/17 Old Dominion 11/18 Penn State

W, 5-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-2

W, 7-2 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 W, 3-0

1985 NCAA Regionals (Evanston, IL) 11/16 Stanford W, 3-0 11/17 Northwestern L, 2-3 (3ot)

1991 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/14 Stanford W, 5-0 NCAA Regional Final (College Park, MD) 11/17 Maryland L, 1-2

1986 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/16 Northwestern NCAA Final Four 11/22 Penn State 11/23 New Hampshire

1992 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/15 Ball State NCAA Final Four (Richmond, VA) 11/21 Massachusetts 11/22 Old Dominion

1987 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/15 Northwestern NCAA Final Four 11/21 Maryland 11/22 Massachusetts 1988 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/12 Cal State-Chico 11/13 Northwestern NCAA Final Four (Philadelphia) 11/19 Northeastern 11/20 Old Dominion

W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-1

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

W, 3-0 W, 4-3 (ot) W, 2-0 L, 1-2

1993 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/14 Northwestern NCAA Final Four (Piscataway, NJ) 11/20 Maryland

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

1996 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/17 Princeton 1999 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/12 Kent State 11/14 North Carolina NCAA Final Four 11/19 Maryland

L, 4-5 (ot)

W, 3-2 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 (2ot)

2004 NCAA Regionals (College Park, MD) 11/13 American L, 1-2 2006 NCAA Regionals (Winston-Salem, NC) 11/11 Virginia L, 0-1 2007 NCAA Regionals (Storrs, CT) 11/10 Boston University

L, 0-1 (2ot)

2008 NCAA Regionals (East Lansing, MI) 11/15 Louisville W, 1-0 11/16 Michigan State W, 1-0 NCAA Final Four (Louisville, KY) 11/21 Maryland L, 1-2 (2ot)

W, 2-1 L, 0-1

1994 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/10 California W, 3-2 NCAA Regional Finals (Norfolk, VA) 11/13 Old Dominion W, 3-2 (ot) NCAA Final Four (Boston, MA) 11/19 North Carolina L, 1-4 1995 NCAA Regionals (Iowa City) 11/12 Northeastern

L, 0-1

1986 National Champions

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

Margie Greenberg

Head Coach: 1977 Career Record: 17-5-3 1977 (17-5-3)

Nebraska W Kansas W Iowa Wesleyan W SE Missouri W Grinnell W Northern Illinois T Northwestern W NE Missouri W Luther W Northern Iowa T Iowa Wesleyan W Central Missouri L Graceland W Grinnell W Big Ten Tournament Indiana L Michigan State T Wisconsin W AIAW State Tournament Iowa Wesleyan W Luther W Graceland W Grinnell W Northern Iowa W AIAW Region 6 Tournament Bemidji State L Saint Louis L SW Missouri L

4-1 2-1 4-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 7-0 0-1 2-0 3-0 0-1 2-2 4-0 4-1 5-0 3-2 (OT) 2-0 1-0 0-10 1-3 0-1

Judith Davidson

Head Coach: 1978-87 Career Record: 185-50-16 1978 (12-9-4)

9/9 Western Illinois L 9/15 @ Graceland W 9/16 vs. SE Missouri L 9/16 @ Central Missouri L 9/22 @ Northern Iowa W 9/23 Northern Illinois L 9/27 @ Grinnell T 10/3 Luther T 10/6 vs. Wis.-La Crosse T 10/6 vs. North Dakota W 10/7 vs. Carleton W 10/13 Northwestern L 10/14 Kansas W 10/17 Grinnell W Big Ten Tournament, East Lansing, MI 10/20 vs. Wisconsin W

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0-2 5-0 1-3 0-1 4-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-0 6-5 (OT) 2-3 6-5 (OT) 3-0 1-0

10/20 vs. Indiana L 2-3 AIAW State Tournament, at Grinnell, IA 10/27 vs. Graceland W 1-0 10/27 vs. Iowa Wesleyan W 9-0 10/27 @ Grinnell W 2-0 10/28 vs. Luther T 0-0 10/28 vs. Northern Iowa W 2-0 AIAW Region 6 Tournament, at St. Louis, MO 11/9 vs. North Dakota W 6-0 11/9 vs. SW Missouri L 0-6 11/10 vs. Bemidji State L 0-1 11/10 vs. Morehead State L 1-2

1979 (17-8-1)

9/12 Minnesota W 4-3 (OT) 9/15 @ Nebraska W 7-0 9/15 vs. Emporia State W 6-0 9/15 @ Nebraska W 5-0 9/21 @ W. Illinois L 1-2 9/22 @ Missouri-SL W 1-0 9/22 vs. SW Missouri State L 2-4 9/23 @ St. Louis L 1-2 9/25 @ Grinnell W 2-0 9/28 Principia W 4-0 9/29 Central Missouri W 2-1 9/29 Graceland W 3-1 10/5 vs. Carleton W 3-2 10/6 vs. SW Missouri L 0-3 10/12 vs. Notre Dame W 3-0 10/12 vs. Michigan W 2-0 10/13 @ Northwestern W 2-1 10/16 Grinnell W 2-0 Big Ten Tournament, at Ann Arbor, MI 10/18 vs. Indiana W 2-1 (OT) 10/18 vs. Purdue L 1-4 11/3 vs. Bentley College W 3-2 11/4 @ Massachusetts T 1-1 AIAW Region 6, at Northfield, MN 11/9 vs. Minnesota W 2-0 11/10 vs. Saint Louis L 1-4 AIAW National Championship, at Princeton, NJ 11/28 vs. Davis & Elkins L 0-3 11/29 vs. Springfield L 3-4 (OT)

1980 (19-7-1)

9/12 vs. SW Missouri State W 9/13 @ Central Missouri W 9/13 vs. SIU-Edwardsville L 9/18 Ohio State W 9/19 Western Illinois W 9/20 Wis.-La Crosse W 9/21 Saint Louis L 9/23 Minnesota W 9/26 vs. Eastern Illinois W 9/27 @ Saint Louis T 10/3 vs. Colgate W 10/4 @ New Hampshire L 10/5 @ Springfield W 10/10 Northwestern W 10/11 Illinois State W 10/12 Wisconsin W 10/12 Missouri-SL W Big Ten Tournament, at Madison, WI 10/17 vs. Indiana W 10/17 vs. Purdue W 10/18 vs. Michigan State W

4-1 1-0 2-3 (OT) 1-0 2-0 6-1 0-2 4-0 2-0 3-3 4-3 (OT) 0-1 3-1 3-1 3-0 7-0 2-0 4-2 2-1 1-0

10/24 @ Wheaton W 6-1 10/25 @ Northern Illinois W 2-0 10/25 vs. Eastern Illinois L 0-2 AIAW Region 6 Tournament, at Grinnell, IA 11/7 vs. Minnesota W 1-0 11/8 vs. Saint Louis L 1-2 (OT) AIAW National Championship 11/19 vs. Delaware L 0-3 11/20 vs. Old Dominion L 0-1 (OT)

1981 (25-5-1, 3-0 Big Ten)

9/11 Purdue W 3-0 9/12 vs. Indiana State W 2-0 9/12 @ Northern Illinois W 5-1 9/18 @ New Hampshire W 2-1 9/19 vs. Northeastern W 2-1 9/20 vs. Penn State L 0-3 9/24 @ Northern Illinois W 7-0 9/26 vs. Western Michigan W 7-1 9/26 vs. Waterloo W 3-0 9/27 vs. Toronto W 1-0 9/28 @ York T 2-2 9/29 Western Illinois W 2-0 10/2 @ SW Missouri State W 3-2 (OT) 10/3 @ Michigan W 3-0 10/3 vs. Northern Michigan W 5-0 10/9 Minnesota W 6-0 10/9 Central Missouri W 4-2 10/10 Indiana W 3-1 10/11 York L 0-3 Big Ten Tournament, at Iowa City 10/16 Minnesota W 6-1 10/16 Indiana W 6-2 10/17 Purdue W 1-0 10/20 @ Western Illinois W 4-3 (OT) 10/23 @ Ohio State W 2-0 10/24 vs. Davis & Elkins L 1-2 10/31 vs. Saint Louis W 2-1 10/31 @ Northwestern W 1-0 AIAW Region 6 Tournament, at Grinnell, IA 11/7 vs. Minnesota W 3-0 AIAW National Champ., at Berkeley, CA 11/19 vs. Washington State W 2-1 (OT) 11/20 vs. Penn State L 1-4 11/21 vs. Davis & Elkins L 1-2

9/10 9/11 9/11 9/12 9/17 9/18 9/19 10/1 10/2 10/2 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/23 10/28 10/30

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances

1982 (21-2, 6-0 Big Ten)

Purdue Western Illinois Northern Illinois SW Missouri State @ Delaware vs. New Hampshire @ Rutgers vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Indiana State vs. Central Michigan Northwestern Michigan State @ Michigan vs. Ohio State SIU-Carbondale Northwestern St. Louis vs. Old Dominion vs. Washington State

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

2-1 8-0 4-0 3-0 3-1 1-0 2-1 (OT) 4-0 5-0 1-0 2-0 6-0 2-1 4-0 4-1 3-2 6-0 0-4 4-0


ALL-TIME RESULTS

10/30 vs. San Jose State W 2-1 11/5 vs. Colorado W 4-0 NCAA First Round Game, at Storrs, CT 11/13 vs. Massachusetts W 1-0 (2OT) NCAA Regional Final, at Storrs, CT 11/14 @ Connecticut L 2-3 (2OT)

1983 (19-3-2, 9-1 Big Ten)

9/9 @ Saint Louis 9/10 @ Indiana State 9/11 vs. SW Missouri State 9/11 vs. SIU-Carbondale 9/14 @ Western Illinois 9/16 Ball State 9/18 Northern Illinois 9/23 @ Ohio State 9/24 vs. Michigan State 9/30 @ New Hampshire 10/1 vs. Connecticut 10/2 vs. Penn State 10/7 vs. Stanford 10/8 @ Northwestern 10/9 vs. California 10/14 @ Purdue 10/15 vs. Michigan State 10/21 Michigan 10/23 Purdue 10/28 @ Michigan 10/29 vs. Ohio State 11/2 W. Illinois 11/5 Northwestern NCAA Regional Final, Iowa City 11/13 Northwestern

W W T W W W W W W W L T W W W W W W W W W W L

3-0 9-0 1-1 3-0 5-0 5-1 5-1 4-1 7-1 1-0 0-4 1-1 2-1 4-0 2-1 3-1 5-0 6-0 4-0 5-1 5-0 5-0 3-4 (OT)

L

1-2

1984 (17-5-3, 8-1-1 Big Ten)

9/7 @ Ball State W 9/8 vs. Maryland T 9/9 @ Northern Illinois W 9/14 @ San Jose State W 9/15 @ California W 9/16 vs. Stanford L 9/21 @ Temple L 9/22 @ North Carolina L 9/23 vs. Rutgers T 9/29 @ Northwestern L 10/5 @ Michigan State W 10/6 vs. Purdue W 10/12 Ohio State W 10/14 Michigan State W 10/17 @ Ohio State W 10/18 vs. Michigan W 10/19 vs. Penn State W 10/26 Northwestern T 10/28 SW Missouri State W 11/2 @ Michigan W 11/3 vs. Purdue W NCAA First Round, Evanston, IL 11/11 vs. San Jose State W NCAA Regional Final, Evanston, IL 11/12 @ Northwestern W NCAA Final Four, Springfield, MA 11/17 vs. Temple W 11/18 vs. Old Dominion L * NCAA Championship Game 9/7 9/8 9/13

2-0 0-0 9-0 2-0 3-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 5-0 3-0 2-0 6-0 5-1 9-2 2-1 (OT) 2-2 (2OT) 6-1 4-1 3-0

1985 (19-4-1, 9-1 Big Ten) vs. SW Missouri vs. Miami (Ohio) vs. Toledo

W W W

5-2 2-0 2-0 1-5*

5-0 7-1 3-1

9/14 vs. Ball State W 4-0 9/15 @ Northern Illinois W 6-0 9/19 vs. Massachusetts W 2-0 9/21 @ New Hampshire T 1-1 (2OT) 9/22 vs. Connecticut L 0-1 9/29 @ Northwestern L 0-1 (2OT) 10/4 @ Ohio State W 3-0 10/5 vs. Michigan W 14-0 10/6 vs. Lock Haven W 4-0 10/11 Ohio State W 6-1 10/12 Saint Louis W 4-0 10/13 Michigan State W 2-1 10/18 @ Purdue W 1-0 10/19 Michigan State W 6-0 10/26 Northwestern W 2-1 11/1 Michigan W 9-0 11/3 Purdue W 2-0 11/9 vs. Temple W 4-0 11/10 @ Old Dominion L 1-2 NCAA First Round Game, Evanston, IL 11/16 Stanford W 3-0 NCAA Regional Final, Evanston, IL 11/17 Northwestern L 2-3 (3OT)* * lost 2-1 in second stroke-off (three scoreless overtimes, 3-3 in first stroke-off)

1986 (19-2-1, 9-1 Big Ten)

9/5 @ Toledo 9/6 vs. Penn State 9/7 vs. Lock Haven 9/13 vs. Ball State 9/19 @ North Carolina 9/20 vs. Old Dominion 9/21 vs. Duke 9/26 @ Ohio State 9/27 vs. Michigan 10/3 Michigan State 10/5 Purdue 10/10 @ Purdue 10/11 vs. Michigan 10/18 Northwestern 10/25 @ Northwestern 10/31 @ Michigan State 11/1 vs. Ohio State 11/7 @ Rutgers 11/8 vs. Massachussetts NCAA Regional Final, Iowa City 11/16 Northwestern NCAA Final Four, at Norfolk, VA 11/22 vs. Penn State 11/23 vs. New Hampshire * NCAA Championship Game 9/4 9/6 9/11 9/14 9/18 9/19 9/20 9/25 9/26 9/27 10/2

W W W W L T W W W W W W W W L W W W W

12-0 3-1 2-0 2-0 1-4 2-2 6-0 3-0 2-0 4-0 3-0 1-0 4-1 4-2 0-1 2-0 6-0 3-0 3-1

W

2-1

W W

2-0 2-1*

1987 (17-5-2, 8-0-2 Big Ten) Miami (Ohio) Northern Illinois vs. Connecticut vs. New Hampshire vs. San Jose State vs. Toledo vs. Ball State @ Old Dominion vs. North Carolina vs. James Madison @ Purdue

W W L W W W W L L W W

6-0 6-0 2-3 (OT) 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 1-5 0-5 1-0 2-1

10/3 vs. Michigan W 10/9 Ohio State W 10/10 Saint Louis W 10/11 Michigan State W 10/17 Northwestern T 10/24 @ Northwestern T 10/30 @ Michigan State W 10/31 vs. Purdue W 11/6 Ohio State W 11/8 Michigan W NCAA Regional Final, Iowa City 11/15 Northwestern W NCAA Final Four, Chapel Hill, NC 11/21 Maryland L 11/22 Massachusetts L

3-2 (2OT) 8-0 5-0 5-0 0-0 (2OT) 1-1 (2OT) 4-0 1-0 10-1 4-0 1-0 1-2 1-3

Beth Beglin

Head Coach: 1988-1999 Career Record: 199-57-3 1988 (19-6, 6-2 Big Ten)

9/2 Ohio Univ. W 9/4 Northern Illinois W 9/10 @ Delaware L 9/11 vs. West Chester W 9/16 vs. SW Missouri State W 9/17 vs. Ball State W 9/18 @ Saint Louis W 9/22 @ North Carolina L 9/24 vs. Maryland W 9/25 vs. Old Dominion L 10/1 Northwestern L 10/7 @ Michigan State W 10/8 vs. Ohio State W 10/14 @ Northwestern L 10/15 vs. California W 10/21 Michigan W 10/22 James Madison W 10/23 SIU-Carbondale W 10/28 @ Michigan W 10/29 vs. Ohio State W 11/5 @ Michigan State W NCAA First Round Game, Iowa City 11/12 Cal State-Chico W NCAA Regional Final, Iowa City 11/13 Northwestern W NCAA FInal Four, Philadelphia, PA 11/19 vs. Northeastern W 11/20 vs. Old Dominion L * - NCAA Championship game 8/31 9/2 9/3 9/7 9/8 9/15 9/16

8-0 3-0 0-3 5-2 4-1 2-0 5-0 0-2 4-2 0-1 0-1 5-0 6-1 1-2 2-0 8-1 4-3 7-0 2-0 4-0 4-0 3-0 4-3 (OT) 2-0 1-2*

1989 (19-2-2, 9-0-1 Big Ten) @ Saint Louis vs. Toledo vs. SW Missouri vs. Northeastern vs. Ball State vs. Stanford vs. Cal State-Chico

1986 National Champions

W W W T W W W

3-0 5-0 4-0 2-2 (OT) 3-0 4-1 4-0

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

9/17 @ California W 9/22 Michigan State W 9/24 Michigan W 9/30 @ Northwestern T 10/6 @ Michigan State W 10/7 vs. Ohio State W 10/14 vs. Massachusetts W 10/15 @ New Hampshire W 10/20 @ Michigan W 10/21 vs. Northern Illinois W 10/28 Northwestern W 11/3 Ohio State W 11/5 Northern Illinois W NCAA Regional Final, at Iowa City 11/12 Providence W NCAA Final Four, at Springfield, MA 11/18 North Carolina L 11/19 Northwestern L

1990 (20-4, 9-1 MCFHC)

8/31 vs. Maine W 9/1 vs. SW Missouri State W 9/3 vs. Miami (Ohio) W 9/7 Ball State W 9/9 Massachusetts W 9/14 @ Michigan State W 9/15 vs. Ohio State W 9/21 @ Old Dominion L 9/23 vs. North Carolina L 9/28 Saint Louis W 9/30 Ohio State W 10/6 vs. California W 10/7 vs. James Madison W 10/11 @ Northern Illinois W 10/13 @ Northwestern L 10/19 Michigan State W 10/21 Michigan W 10/26 @ Michigan W 10/27 vs. Northern Illinois W 11/3 Northwestern W NCAA First Round Game, Iowa City 11/8 Stanford W NCAA Regional Final, Evanston, IL 11/11 @ Northwestern W NCAA Final Four, Piscataway, NJ 11/17 vs. Old Dominion L 11/18 vs. Penn State W

9/7 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/21 9/27 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/12 10/18 10/20 10/25 10/27 11/3 11/8 11/9

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6-0 12-0 3-1 2-2 (OT) 4-0 4-0 2-0 4-2 3-0 3-2 (OT) 2-0 7-1 2-0 5-0 0-1 1-2

6-0 3-1 5-1 4-0 1-0 3-0 4-0 0-1 (2OT) 1-2 2-1 3-0 7-0 3-0 2-0 0-1 6-0 3-1 5-0 2-1 3-2 (OT)

1991 (17-2-1, 10-0 MCFHC) vs. Miami (Ohio) vs. Ball State vs. Northeastern @ Boston Univ. Saint Louis New Hampshire @ Ohio State vs. Michigan State Northern Illinois @ Michigan vs. Michigan State @ Temple vs. Old Dominion Northwestern Michigan @ Northern Illinois @ Ohio State vs. Northwestern

W W W W W W W W W W W T L W W W W W

7-2 2-0 0-1 1-0

7-1 4-0 2-1 (OT) 3-2 (OT) 7-2 3-0 4-1 7-0 6-0 2-0 (OT) 4-0 2-2 (OT) 1-4 3-2 4-1 5-0 1-0 2-1

NCAA First Round Game, Iowa City 11/14 Stanford W Regional Final, College Park, MD 11/17 @ Maryland L

1992 (20-1, 10-0 Big Ten)

9/10 @ Rutgers 9/12-13 Temple Invitational (1st) 9/12 vs. North Carolina 9/13 @ Temple 9/18 Ball State 9/20 Boston Univ. 9/25 Northwestern 9/27 Maryland 10/3 vs. Ohio State 10/4 @ Penn State 10/9 vs. SW Missouri State 10/11 @ Northwestern 10/16 Penn State 10/18 Michigan 10/23 Michigan State 10/25 Saint Louis 10/31 Ohio State 11/7 vs. Michigan State 11/8 @ Michigan NCAA Regional Final, Iowa City 11/15 Ball State NCAA Final Four, Richmond, VA 11/21 vs. Massachusetts 11/22 vs. Old Dominion * NCAA Championship Game

W

5-0 1-2

7-0

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

4-1 4-1 4-0 5-2 2-0 3-0 6-2 2-1 2-0 2-0 3-2 (2OT) 7-1 4-0 7-0 4-1 5-1 2-0

W

5-1

W L

3-1 0-4*

1993 (18-4, 8-2 Big Ten)

Hawkeye Invitational (1st) 9/4 Virginia W 9/5 Ball State W 9/11 vs. Miami (Ohio) W 9/12 @ Saint Louis W 9/16 @ Northeastern W 9/18 vs. Maryland L 9/19 @ Boston Univ. W 9/25 Virginia Commonwealth W 9/26 New Hampshire W 10/2 vs. Michigan W 10/3 @ Penn State L 10/9 @ Northwestern L 10/10 SW Missouri State W 10/16 vs. Ohio State W 10/17 @ Michigan W 10/22 Michigan State W 10/24 Penn State W 10/30 Northwestern W 11/6 vs. Michigan State W 11/7 @ Ohio State W NCAA Regional Final, Iowa City 11/14 Northwestern W NCAA Final Four, Piscataway, NJ 11/20 vs. Maryland L

1994 (15-8, 6-4 Big Ten)

9/3 @ Ball State L 9/4 @ Miami (Ohio) W 9/8 @ Virginia Commonwealth W 9/10 vs. Maryland W 9/11 @ Virginia L 9/17-18 Hawkeye Invitational (2nd) 9/17 SW Missouri State W

6-0 4-0 7-0 7-0 2-0 1-2 2-0 4-0 5-0 2-0 0-1 0-2 7-0 1-0 (OT) 3-0 5-0 4-0 3-0 4-3 5-0 2-1 0-1

0-2 3-0 4-3 2-1 0-1 (2OT) 5-1

9/18 Northeastern L 0-2 9/23 Michigan State W 4-0 9/25 Michigan W 3-1 10/2 Northwestern W 3-2 10/7 @ Penn State L 0-2 10/9 @ Ohio State L 1-2 (2OT) 10/6 @ Northwestern L 0-4 10/21 @ Michigan W 3-2 (2OT) 10/23 @ Michigan State W 2-1 10/28 Ohio State W 6-0 10/30 Penn State L 0-2 11/4-6 Big Ten Tournament, Columbus, OH 11/4 Michigan State W 3-2 11/5 Penn State W 1-0 (OT) 11/6 Northwestern W 2-1* NCAA Tournament First Round, Iowa City 11/10 California W 3-2 NCAA Regional Final, Norfolk, VA 11/13 @ Old Dominion W 3-2 (OT) NCAA Final Four, Boston, MA 11/19 vs. North Carolina L 1-4 * won 3-1 in second stroke-off (two scoreless overtimes, 4-4 in first stroke-off)

1995 (16-4, 10-0 Big Ten)

9/2 Ball State W 2-1 9/4 SW Missouri State W 10-0 9/7 @ Boston Univ. W 1-0 Temple Invitational 9/9 vs. North Carolina L 3-4 9/10 vs. LaSalle W 6-0 Hawkeye Invitational (2nd) 9/16 Rutgers W 4-1 9/17 Maryland L 2-3* 9/22 @ Ohio State W 1-0 9/24 @ Penn State W 2-0 9/29 Michigan W 4-3 (OT) 10/1 Michigan State W 2-1 10/8 @ Northwestern W 2-0 10/13 @ Michigan State W 3-2 10/15 @ Michigan W 3-2 10/20 Penn State W 3-2 10/22 Ohio State W 3-0 10/28 Northwestern W 4-3 Big Ten Tournament, University Park, PA 11/4 vs. Ohio State W 2-1 11/5 @ Penn State L 1-4 NCAA Tournament, Iowa City 11/12 Northeastern L 0-1 *Penalty Strokes (two scoreless overtimes, 3-2 in first stroke-off)

1996 (18-3, 10-0 Big Ten)

8/30 SW Missouri State 9/1 Ball State 9/7 @ Northeastern 9/8 @ Boston Univ. Hawkeye Invitational (1st) 9/14 Saint Louis 9/15 Massachusetts @ Maryland Tournament (2nd) 9/21 vs. American University 9/22 Maryland 9/28 Northwestern 10/4 @ Penn State 10/6 @ Ohio State 10/11 Michigan

11 Final Fours • 12 Conference Championships • 20 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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10/13 Michigan State W 10/18 Ohio State W 10/20 Penn State W 10/27 @ Northwestern W 11/1 @ Michigan State W 11/3 @ Michigan W Big Ten Tournament, Evanston, IL 11/9 @ Northwestern W 11/10 vs. Penn State L NCAA Tournament, Iowa City 11/17 Princeton L

1997 (8-10, 4-6 Big Ten)

8/31 @ Ball State 9/1 @ Miami (Ohio) Temple Invitational (4th) 9/13 vs. North Carolina 9/14 @ Temple Hawkeye Invitational (1st) 9/20 Pacific 9/21 Kent State 9/26 @ Michigan 9/28 @ Michigan State 10/3 Ohio State 10/5 Penn State 10/11 vs. SW Missouri State# 10/12 @ Northwestern 10/17 Michigan State 10/19 Michigan 10/26 Northwestern 10/31 @ Ohio State 11/2 @ Penn State Big Ten Tournament, Iowa City 11/17 Michigan State # - at Evanston, Illinois

2-1 3-2 5-1 1-0 4-0 3-0 1-0 1-3 4-5 (OT)

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L L

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1998 (10-10, 4-6 Big Ten)

9/5 vs. Duke L 9/7 vs. North Carolina L 9/10 @ James Madison L 9/12 vs. Towson W 9/13 @ Richmond W Hawkeye Invitational (1st) 9/19 Miami (Ohio) W 9/20 Ball State W 9/25 @ Penn State L 9/27 @ Ohio State L 10/2 Michigan L 10/4 Michigan State L 10/9 Northwestern L 10/11 SW Missouri State W 10/16 Penn State W 10/18 Ohio State W 10/25 @ Northwestern W 10/30 @ Michigan State L 11/1 @ Michigan W Big Ten Tournament, East Lansing, MI 11/6 @ Michigan State W 11/7 vs. Penn State L

11-1 7-2 1-2 2-0 4-3 4-3 (2OT) 11-0 0-1 2-1 2-3 1-3 3-4 (OT) 1-7 1-3

1-2 1-2 2-4 5-0 1-0 5-1 5-3 1-6 0-1 (OT) 0-2 2-3 2-3 4-0 4-2 6-1 1-0 2-3 (OT) 3-0 3-1 2-3

1999 (19-3, 9-1 Big Ten)

Hawkeye Invitational (1st) 8/28 Maine 8/30 Ohio 9/3 @ Stanford 9/4 vs. Pacific 9/6 vs. California 9/19 @ Delaware

W W W W W W

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

9/24 vs. Ohio State W 9/26 vs. Penn State W 10/1 @ Northwestern W 10/2 vs. SW Missouri State W 10/8 @ Michigan L 10/10 @ Michigan State W 10/15 @ Ohio State W 10/17 @ Penn State W 10/22 vs. Michigan State W 10/24 vs. Michigan W 10/30 vs. Northwestern W Big Ten Tournament, Columbus, OH 11/6 at Ohio State W 11/7 vs. Michigan L NCAA Tournament, Iowa City 11/12 vs. Kent State W 11/14 vs. North Carolina W NCAA Final Four, Boston, MA 11/19 vs. Maryland L

6-1 2-0 2-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 3-2 3-2 3-1 1-0 3-2 3-0 1-2 3-2 2-0 1-2 (2OT)

Tracey Griesbaum

Head Coach: 2000-Pres. Career Record: 124-73 2000 (12-8, 3-3 Big Ten)

Hawkeye Invitational (3rd) 8/26 Louisville L 8/27 Richmond W 9/1 @ Saint Louis W 9/3 vs. Wake Forest L 9/4 vs. Stanford W 9/9 vs. North Carolina L 9/10 vs. Towson W Big East Challenge 9/16 Syracuse L 9/17 Delaware W 9/23 @ Penn State L 9/29 Michigan L 10/1 SW Missouri State W 10/8 Ohio State W 10/13 @ Michigan State L 10/15 @ Central Michigan W 10/21 @ Northwestern W 10/22 @ Indiana W 10/29 Northwestern W Big Ten Tournament, East Lansing, MI 11/3 at Michigan State W 11/4 vs. Penn State L

2001 (13-5, 3-3 Big Ten)

8/25 vs. Saint Louis Maine Invitational (1st) 8/31 at Maine 9/1 vs. Colgate 9/3 vs. New Hampshire 9/8 at Ball State 9/9 vs. Stanford 9/23 @ Ohio State 9/24 @ Ohio Univ. 9/28 @ Michigan 10/5 vs. Penn State 10/14 @ Northwestern

1-2 2-1 (OT) 5-0 1-2 2-1 (OT) 0-5 2-0 1-2 (OT) 6-1 1-4 0-4 2-0 2-1 1-2 6-0 1-0 5-0 1-0 2-0 1-3

10/19 Indiana W 10/21 SW Missouri State W 10/24 Northwestern W 10/26 Michigan State L Big Ten Tournament, Evanston, IL 11/2 vs. Penn State W 11/3 vs. Michigan State W 11/4 vs. Ohio State L

8-1 2-0 3-1 1-2 3-2 (OT) 3-2 (OT) 1-2

2002 (9-8, 2-4 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Chapel Hill, NC 8/31 vs. Wake Forest W 1-0 9/1 at North Carolina L 2-3 (OT) 9/7 @ Temple W 2-1 9/8 vs. Louisville L 1-3 Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge, Ann Arbor, MI 9/14 vs. Connecticut W 2-0 9/15 vs. Providence W 3-0 9/21 California L 2-3 9/22 Stanford W 1-0 (OT) 9/28 Northwestern W 4-1 10/9 @ Northwestern W 2-1 10/11 Michigan L 0-2 10/13 SW Missouri State W 1-0 10/19 @ Michigan State L 1-2 10/25 @ Indiana W 3-1 10/27 Ohio State L 0-1 (OT) 11/3 @ Penn State L 2-3 (2OT) Big Ten Tournament, Columbus, OH 11/8 at Ohio State L 0-2

2003 (11-8, 2-4 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Ann Arbor, MI 8/31 vs. Wake Forest L 0-1 (OT) 9/1 vs. North Carolina L 0-3 9/6 vs. Syracuse W 6-1 9/7 @ New Hampshire W 9-1 9/17 Northwestern W 1-0 9/19 Ball State W 2-0 9/21 Temple W 1-0 9/25 California W 2-1 (OT) 9/27 Penn State W 1-0 9/28 SW Missouri State W 5-0 10/4 @ Michigan L 0-1 10/5 Central Michigan W 3-2 10/11 Michigan State L 1-3 10/17 @ Ohio State L 1-2 10/19 @ Ohio Univ. W 2-1 (OT) 10/26 @ Northwestern W 2-0 10/31 Indiana L 2-3 (2OT) 11/2 Wake Forest L 0-4 Big Ten Tournament, State College, PA 11/7 at Penn State L 1-3

2004 (13-8, 5-1 Big Ten)

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Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Winston-Salem, NC 8/28 at Wake Forest L 2-3 8/29 vs. North Carolina L 0-5 9/4 vs. North Carolina L 0-1 9/5 @ Temple W 5-1 9/10 Stanford L 1-5 9/17 Ohio Univ. W 3-1 9/19 New Hampshire W 5-0 9/24 @ Northwestern L 0-1 (2OT) 9/26 @ Indiana W 4-1 10/7 Pacific W 2-1 (2OT) 10/9 Ohio State W 2-0

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

10/10 Michigan W 10/15 @ Penn State W 10/16 vs. Quinnipiac W 10/22 @ Michigan State L 10/29 Northwestern W 10/31 SW Missouri State W Big Ten Tournament, Evanston, IL 11/5 at Northwestern W 11/6 vs. Michigan State W 11/7 vs. Michigan L NCAA Tournament, College Park, MD 11/13 vs. American University L

4-3 (OT) 2-1 (2OT) 4-0 1-2 (OT) 3-2 5-2 3-2 (OT) 1-0 (OT) 2-3 1-2

2005 (10-8, 3-3 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Iowa City, IA 8/27 Wake Forest L 8/28 North Carolina L 9/2 @ Stanford W 9/3 @ California W 9/5 vs. Pacific W 9/9 Ball State W 9/11 Providence W 9/17 @ Duke L 9/18 vs. Appalachian State W 9/25 @ Ohio State L 10/1 Michigan State W 10/4 Northwestern W 10/8 Penn State L 10/14 @ Northwestern W 10/22 Indiana W 10/28 @ Michigan L 10/29 vs. Louisville L Big Ten Tournament, Iowa City 11/4 vs. Michigan L

0-2 0-1 3-1 2-1 8-1 6-1 5-0 2-3 7-1 2-4 3-2 3-2 0-4 3-1 2-1 (OT) 1-2 2-5 2-3w

2006 (12-9, 2-4 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Chapel Hill, NC 8/26 vs. Wake Forest L 0-6 8/27 @ North Carolina L 1-2 9/1 Kent State W 5-1 9/3 Duke L 2-3 (OT) 9/9 vs. Villanova L 1-5 9/10 @ West Chester W 2-0 9/13 Stanford W 2-1 9/16 vs. Boston Univ. W 4-2 9/17 @ Providence W 1-0 9/22 Michigan L 1-2 (OT) 9/24 Ohio State L 3-4 (OT) 9/29 @ Indiana L 1-2 10/8 Northwestern W 3-1 10/14 @ Michigan State W 2-1 (2OT) 10/22 @ Northwestern W 2-1 10/27 @ Penn State L 0-1 10/29 @ Louisville W 2-1 Big Ten Tournament, Ann Arbor, MI 11/3 at Michigan W 2-1 (OT) 11/4 vs. Ohio State W 2-0 11/5 vs. Penn State W 2-1 NCAA Tournament, Winston-Salem, NC 11/11 vs. Virginia L 0-1

2007 (17-4, 4-2 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Ann Arbor, MI 8/25 vs. #2 Wake Forest W 3-0 8/26 vs. #3 North Carolina L 2-5 9/2 @ #4 Duke W 2-0 9/3 vs. William & Mary W 1-0 9/7 #16 Louisville W 4-3 9/9 Missouri State W 6-1 9/15 vs. Sacred Heart W 6-0 9/16 @ Fairfield W 3-1 9/21 @ #12 Michigan L 2-3 (2OT) 9/23 @ Central Michigan W 3-0 9/30 Indiana W 2-1 (OT) 10/5 @ Northwestern W 5-1 10/6 vs. Providence W 3-1 10/14 @ Ohio State W 2-1 10/20 #9 Penn State W 2-1 (OT) 10/25 Northwestern W 3-1 10/27 #7 Michigan State L 0-1 Big Ten Tournament, Columbus, OH 11/1 vs. Indiana W 8-2 11/2 vs. Michigan State W 3-2 (OT) 11/4 vs. #5 Michigan W 4-1 NCAA Tournament, Storrs, CT 11/11 vs. #11 Boston Univ. L 0-1 (2OT)

10/11 vs. #10 Virginia W 10/19 Ohio State L 10/25 @ #8 Michigan State W 11/2 Michigan W Big Ten Tournament, Bloomington, IN 11/6 @ Indiana W 11/7 vs. #10 Michigan State W 11/9 vs. #17 Ohio State W NCAA Tournament, East Lansing, MI 11/15 vs. #13 Louisville W 11/16 at #10 Michigan State W NCAA Final Four, Louisville, KY 11/21 vs. #1 Maryland L

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5-2 3-2 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 1-0 1-0 1-2 (2OT)

2009 (9-10, 3-3 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Iowa City, IA 8/29 #2 Wake Forest L 8/30 #4 North Carolina L 9/5 @ #17 Massachusetts L 9/6 vs. Boston Univ. W 9/11 VCU L 9/13 Stanford L 9/19 Saint Louis W 9/25 @ Michigan W 10/2 Indiana L 10/4 California W 10/11 @ #20 Ohio State L 10/16 #8 Michigan State L 10/18 Penn State W 10/23 @ #19 Northwestern W 10/25 #14 Louisville L 10/30 vs. #11 James Madison W 10/31 @ American W Big Ten Tournament, East Lansing, MI 11/5 vs. Michigan W 11/6 @ #8 Michigan State L

2008 (18-5, 4-2 Big Ten)

Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Winston-Salem, NC 8/30 @ #3 Wake Forest L 8/31 vs. #1 North Carolina W 9/5 #15 American W 9/7 #12 Duke L 9/13 @ Stanford W 9/14 vs. Pacific W 9/19 Central Michigan W 9/21 Boston Univ. W 9/26 @ Indiana W 9/29 @ #11 Louisville W 10/3 Northwestern W 10/5 Missouri State W 10/10 @ #13 Penn State L

3-2 0-2 4-3 3-0

Roz Ellis

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HAWKEYE ADMINISTRATION

Gary Barta Director of Athletics

“Hope is not a strategy,” is a common refrain of the University of Iowa’s Gary Barta. So, as Barta enters his fifth year as the UI’s director of intercollegiate athletics – and his 24th year in athletics administration – he does so diligently working a plan that contributed to historic success for the Iowa Hawkeyes in 2009-10 and is setting the stage for more of the same in the years ahead. Competitively, two events stand alone at the top of the list of achievements by UI teams in 2009-10: Iowa’s dominating victory over Georgia Tech in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl and yet another national championship for the UI wrestling program. The victory over the Yellow Jackets in Land Shark Stadium in Miami was Iowa’s 11th of the college football season and its first in a Bowl Championship Series event since the Hawkeyes’ victory over California in the 1959 Rose Bowl. It was the final chapter in a season that opened with a school-record nine straight victories by Kirk Ferentz’s squad, a streak that electrified fans of the Hawkeyes and triggered another pilgrimage of fans of the team to their second BCS appearance under Ferentz. Tom Brands’ Iowa wrestling squad crowned three national champions and eight Hawkeyes earned all-America honors while leading the UI to its 23rd NCAA title in school history. The championship was the third straight under Brands and it came rather handily – Iowa finished 44.5 points ahead of its nearest competitor – and, as more often than not – after yet another Big Ten Conference championship. As inspiring as the achievements of Iowa’s football and wrestling teams were, they weren’t the alone. Iowa’s women’s basketball team overcame a series of injuries to secure 20 victories, reach the championship game of the post-season Big Ten Tournament, and advance to NCAA Tournament play for the third straight year. The Iowa men’s golf team used a second place finish at the 2010 Big Ten Conference Championship to secure an at-large invitation to NCAA Regional play where it finished tied for sixth and just one stroke shy of its second straight appearance in the national championship. First-year coach Katie Dougherty guided the UI’s women’s tennis team to its first NCAA post-season action since 2006. The squad was powered by the nationallyranked doubles team of Merel Beelen and Sonja Molnar. The Iowa baseball team won seven of its last eight regular season league games to advance to the Big Ten Tournament when the Hawkeyes marched to the championship game for the first time since the 1983 season. The Iowa men’s track and field team advanced 32 athletes to NCAA post-season competition after a fourth-place finish by the men’s squad at the Big Ten Championships. That finish was the Hawkeyes’ best since 2006 and was sparked by three individual champions. Barta and the UI Athletics Department also enjoyed historic success out of competition including, most notably, significant improvements to the facilities used by the more than 700 student-athletes who represent the UI in intercollegiate athletics competition. In September 2009, the University of Iowa and the UI Athletics Department dedicated the $7 million P. Sue Beckwith, M.D. Boathouse, a 20,000-square-foot facility built right on the bank of the Iowa River off of Dubuque Street in Terrill Mill Park. In November 2009, the UI broke ground on a multi-million dollar addition and renovation of Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the 28-year-old competitive home of the Hawkeye men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and volleyball programs. The Carver-Hawkeye Arena Revitalization Project will greatly improve the practice, strength training, and conditioning facilities for a myriad of sports programs in addition to providing new office space for the vast majority of Iowa’s administrative and coaching staffs in addition to new locker room and support facilities for Iowa’s men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and volleyball teams.

In fall 2010, Barta will join the campus community in celebrating the opening of the $69 million Campus Wellness and Recreation Center. The facility will provide unparalleled recreational opportunity for UI students, faculty and staff, and the greater Iowa City community in addition to being the new full-time home of the UI’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs. The UI also expects to break ground on an addition to the facilities used by the Iowa football program during the 2010-11 year. Funded entirely through private support, the project is an important next phase of the master facilities plan for Hawkeye football. The project will include the construction of a new indoor practice facility, upgraded and improved locker rooms, team rooms, strength and conditioning facilities, and spaces used for the day-to-day operation of the UI’s football program. The construction of the Ron and Margaret Kenyon Outdoor Practice Facility – a facility envied by many collegiate programs and NFL franchises – and the $89 million renovation of historic Kinnick Stadium were phases 1 and 2 of the master plan. While Iowa continues to move the facilities it makes available to student-athletes forward, the UI’s commitment to the academic piece of the student-athlete experience remains paramount – and successful. According to information released annually by the NCAA, the graduation rate for student-athletes who enrolled at the University of Iowa in the fall of the 2002-03 academic year was 70 percent, six percentage points better than the national average and two points better than a year ago. The graduation rate for UI student-athletes was also four percentage points better than the rate for all UI students. The football program at the UI - with a Graduation Success Rate of 74 - ranked second only to Cincinnati among the ten teams invited to participate in the five 2010 Bowl Championship Series events. Iowa also ranked third among the seven bowl-bound Big Ten Conference teams. The UI’s field hockey, softball and men’s cross country teams were among the NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics programs singled out by the NCAA for Academic Progress Reports (APR) in the top 10 percent of all teams in their specific sport. In fact, for the second straight year all 24 of Iowa’s teams exceeded the NCAA’s APR benchmark and compared favorably to their peers in the Big Ten and nationally. Barta’s involvement in the UI campus community extends well beyond intercollegiate athletics. He is a member of the cabinet comprised of vice presidents and other campus leaders that provides counsel to UI President Sally Mason. Barta also represents the UI and the Hawkeyes at the conference and national level as well. During his first four years at the UI, he has participated in the creation and implementation of the Big Ten Network, the expansion of the Big Ten Conference and realignment of athletics conferences nationally, and the Big Ten’s post-season bowl game agreements that go into effect this college football season. Nationally, Barta remains active in the Division IA Athletics Directors Association, the National Association of College Directors of Athletics, and currently serves on the NCAA Football Committee Board of Directors. As the director of athletics at the University of Wyoming for three years, seven different UW coaches were named Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He also spearheaded a fund-raising effort that netted the Cowboy athletics program $11 million in private support and $11 million in matching state fund. As the senior associate athletics director at the University of Washington, he directed the “Campaign for the Student-Athlete,” was a participant in the design, construction and/or renovation of several UW athletics facilities including Bank of America Arena and the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility. In addition to almost doubling the amount of annual private support received by UW, Barta also managed the department’s external affairs division, a task that included corporate sponsorship and radio contracts. The roots of his development experience extend to his first two positions: director of athletics development and external relations at the University of Northern Iowa and director of development at his alma mater, North Dakota State University. Barta earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communication and broadcast journalism from NDSU in 1987. He was an option quarterback for Bison football squads that won the Division II NCAA national championship in 1983, 1985 and 1986. Barta, and his wife, Connie, have a son, Luke (12) and a daughter, Madison (10). He was born September 4, 1963, in Minneapolis, MN.

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HAWKEYE ATHLETICS - A TOTAL PROGRAM

The UI Department of Athletics is under the direction of Gary Barta and is regarded as one of the top intercollegiate programs in the nation. Once again, the Hawkeyes enjoyed success both athletically and academically in 2009-10. Thirty-seven Hawkeyes earned all-conference accolades, while 15 were recognized as all-Americans. Hawkeye student-athletes excelled in the classroom, as well with 178 earning academic all-Big Ten laurels. The graduation rate of Iowa’s student-athletes has improved in each of the past 10 years and has consistently ranked above the graduation rate of all UI students. Paced by its men’s cross country and field hockey teams -- each with perfect APR scores of 1,000 for the second straight year -- all 24 of Iowa’s intercollegiate athletics programs achieved at a rate that surpasses the national benchmark established by the NCAA. Iowa’s men’s tennis, women’s golf, women’s tennis and volleyball all ranked in the upper 90 percent of its peers. The support of their efforts and attendance by Hawkeye fans ranks among the best across the country. While the Hawkeyes compete with the best in the nation in a variety of sports, Iowa boasts some of the most impressive athletic facilities in the nation, operated by one of the most respected departments. Several new projects are underway on the Iowa campus. Some of the latest additions to the UI campus include the completion of the new Campus Recreation and Wellness Center, which houses the swimming and diving teams, and the state-of-the-art $7 rowing boathouse. In addition to the brand new swimming and rowing facilities, the Roy G. Karro Athletics Hall of Fame and Visitors Center, the Russell and Ann Gerdin Athletic Learning Center and the Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Center completed construction in recent years. Furthermore, the UI is in the middle of a $43 million

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The 2010 Iowa Hawkeye wrestling team won its 23rd NCAA championship along with its 34th Big Ten title. Iowa crowned eight all-Americans en route to its third-straight national and league championships.

Carver-Hawkeye Arena renovation project that is expected to be completed the summer of 2011. Kinnick Stadium received a major up-grading and renovation that was completed just prior to the 2006 season. The $89 million project

included the replacing of the south end zone stands and building of a four-level press box that houses 47 guest suites. New scoreboards, video walls, concession stands and new rest rooms were also part of the project. Iowa athletes have been recognized as all-

The Iowa women’s basketball team finished runner-up at the Big Ten Tournament and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season.

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The Iowa football team boasted an 11-2 record a year ago, was ranked as high as fourth nationally, and recorded a dominating 24-14 Orange Bowl victory over Georgia Tech.

Americans in their sport on 268 occasions during the past 18 years, including 15 this past season. During the 2009-10 athletic year, the Hawkeyes continued their trend of success on the playing fields and in academic pursuits. Below are some examples of recent Hawkeye success. The Hawkeye wrestling team continued its dominance on the mat claiming its 23rd and thirdstraight NCAA national championship and its 34th and third-straight Big Ten title. Ten Hawkeyes earned all-American laurels en route to the team championship. Tom Brands was tabbed Big Ten Coach of the Year, while Matt McDonough was honored as the league’s top freshman. Iowa football continued its stellar play, winning 11 of its 13 games in 2009, and earned a national

ranking as high as fourth. The year culminated with a dominating 24-14 performance over Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl. The return trip to Miami marked Iowa’s sixth January bowl game in eight years. Kirk Ferentz was named Big Ten Coach of the Year, while Bryan Bulaga was honored as the conference’s Offensive Lineman of the Year. Iowa’s field hockey team has won the Big Ten Tournament championship three of the last four years and finished third nationally, advancing all the way to the Final Four in 2008. A total of 39 Hawkeyes have garnered all-Big Ten accolades under Head Coach Tracey Griesbaum. The Hawkeye baseball team surged last season, winning 11 of its last 14 games to finish third in the Big Ten and earn runner-up honors in the conference tournament. Three Hawkeyes and two incoming recruits were drafted in the Major League Draft following the season. The women’s basketball team had another outstanding season, finishing third in the league, earning runner-up honors at the Big Ten Tournament and advancing to the NCAA Second Round. Lisa Bluder, who was named Big Ten Coach of the Year for the third time, coached Kachine Alexander to honorable mention allAmerica status and Jamie Printy to Big Ten Freshman of the Year laurels. Under first-year Head Coach Katie Dougherty, the women’s tennis team ascended in the national rankings to 18th and earned a NCAA Tournament berth. Also, Iowa’s doubles team of Sonja Molnar and Merel Beelen ranked 14th nationally competed in the national tournament at the end of the year. Molnar is a two-time allBig Ten performer and was tabbed the league’s Freshman of the Year in 2009. Head Coach Mark Hankins continued to have his men’s golfers play at a high level. The Hawkeyes finished second, only three strokes from first, at the Big Ten Championships and was only one stroke from advancing to its secondstraight NCAA Championships when it placed sixth at Regionals this past spring. The aforementioned list of team and individual accomplishments are just a sampling of the recent excellence achieved in Iowa City. Whether it’s the top-notch athletic or academic performances, the outstanding community and fan support or the impressive facilities, it’s easy to understand why Iowa fans everywhere truly believe, “It’s great to be a Hawkeye.”

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ATHLETIC STUDENT SERVICES

Since its inception in 1979, Athletics Student Services has evolved from a two-person, academic support service to a broad-based, nationally prominent student support services operation. Its purpose is to offer academic and personal support services that will assist student-athletes in making timely progress toward their degrees while preparing to become tomorrow’s leaders. Athletics Student Services focuses on four important areas - academic counseling and monitoring, educational and support programs, retention programs and compliance education and services - when working with student-athletes. Following are descriptions of some of the programs, services and opportunities available in those areas. Gerdin Athletics Learning Center The $4.6 million Russell A. and Ann Gerdin Athletics Learning Center opened in August of 2003 and gives all Iowa student-athletes a state of the art facility to support their educational goals. The Athletics Learning Center is a 20,000 square foot facility which provides a computer lab, study lounges, seminar and meeting places for all Hawkeye studentathletes. The Learning Center features an auditorium that converts into two classrooms, separate study rooms for under and upperclass student-athletes with 28 study carrels, a computer lab, tutorial rooms, the book loan repository, offices for Iowa’s Student Services staff and a display area to recognize the academic and athletic accomplishments of Iowa’s student-athletes. Academic Counseling & Monitoring Athletics coordinators work closely with student-athletes and their university-assigned advisors from the time they arrive on campus until the time they leave the University. Along with focusing on academic planning matters such as goal-setting, plans of study, choosing majors and degree requirements, athletics coordinators also help student-athletes understand NCAA, Big Ten and University academic policies. They also solicit feedback from instructors on academic progress made by student-athletes.

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The $4.6 million Russell A. and Ann Gerdin Athletics Learning Center opened in August of 2003 and gives all Iowa student-athletes a state of the art facility to support their educational goals. Career Guidance & Development Planning a meaningful career and a fulfilling life is an ongoing process of expanding and narrowing choices, beginning when studentathletes arrive on campus and continuing throughout their college career and lifetime. The professional staff works with other career development professionals on campus to offer individual consultation, career development seminars, workshops, referrals to other campus offices and special events like the Senior Recognition Banquet for graduating studentathletes. Educational Programs A full menu of educational programs are offered to student-athletes to ensure their academic success and personal development as they grow from Today’s Hawkeyes to Tomorrow’s Leaders. Through collaboration with other University of Iowa student services offices, and in partnership with the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, programs address such quality of life issues as alcohol safety, healthy lifestyles, tolerance and respect, career development, professional conduct and leadership development.

Retention Through the retention program student-athletes, who may need tailored academic assistance and structure, are identified and receive individualized learning plans to help them succeed. Such plans may include daily and weekly planning sessions with athletics coordinators and retention staff, tutoring, study groups, mainstreaming into on-campus services like the writing center, math labs and services for students with learning disabilities. Transition Seminar All new student-athletes attend an eight-week transition seminar during the fall semester that is geared toward helping them make the transition from high school to college successfully. Seminar topics include time management skills, learning and study strategies, the culture and rules of the university and Division I Big Ten intercollegiate athletics, and personal leadership and life skills concerning alcohol safety, healthy relationships and intimacy, diversity and inclusion, tolerance, values and character.

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Minority Enrichment Program This program offers a culturally supportive environment in which minority student-athletes develop friendships and a support network in the university. A core focus group of students and staff coordinate programs such as guest speakers, holiday celebrations, community service activities with the local neighborhood centers, events with Cultural Centers and networking with minority faculty, staff, professional and business leaders. Leadership Development through Iowa SAAC Through the Iowa SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee), student-athlete representatives selected by their coaches and teammates represent the interests and concerns of their teams to Athletics Administrators. They meet regularly to plan community service, personal development, career education and social programs advised and supported by Athletics Student Services staff. They are consulted about emerging department policies and NCAA proposed legislation. SAAC representatives learn about and participate in the athletics governance structure by serving on department advisory committees. Tutoring Tutoring is available free of charge to all student-athletes. Tutors, who are graduate and professional students, current and former teachers, help with course content as well as study strategies and are available in virtually all general education program subjects. Compliance Education and Services Athletics Student Services administers a comprehensive compliance program to ensure that all staff and student-athletes act in accordance with NCAA, Big Ten Conference and University of Iowa regulations. Staff members oversee and assist with the recruiting of prospective student-athletes. They monitor the continuing eligibility of student-athletes. They oversee and administer student-athlete financial aid. They conduct rules education programs for coaches, staff, student-athletes and boosters. They monitor staff and student-athlete behavior to ensure conformity with the NCAA, Big Ten Conference, University of Iowa and Athletic Department policies and rules.

Compare the Numbers

Located near the Hillcrest, Slater, Quadrangle and Reinow residence halls, the Russell A. and Ann Gerdin Athletics Learning Center is easily accessible to Hawkeye student-athletes. Some of the facility’s features include a large computer lab, areas for group and independent study, and meeting rooms.

Iowa’s student-athletes have outperformed the University’s entire student population each year since the NCAA started requiring a report of student-athlete graduation rates.

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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

When student‑athletes consider their future, they should consider prospects beyond athletics. A list of all University of Iowa alumni who have distinguished themselves professionally would be difficult to assemble and could never be complete. However, some are truly outstanding in their area of expertise. Business Leland C. Adams, Former president, Amoco Production Co. John J. Balles, Former president, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Arthur A. Collins, Founder, Collins Radio (Rockwell Collins) Kathleen A. Dore, Executive vice president and general manager, Bravo Television Network & the Independent Film Channel John W. English, Former vice president and chief investment officer, Ford Foundation H. John Hawkinson, Former president and director of funds, Kemper Financial Services Inc. Richard O. Jacobson, President, Jacobson Warehouse Co. Bill Krause, President, Krause Gentle Corp. Richard Levitt, Chairman & CEO, Nellis Corporation John Pappajohn, Venture capitalist, entrepreneur; President, Equity Dynamics, Inc. Henry Tippie, Presiding director for Rollins, Inc.; Chairman of the Board, Dover Motorsports & Dover Downs Entertainment Education Joseph N. Crowley, President, University of Nevada at Reno and former NCAA president R. Wayne Duke, Former commissioner, Big Ten Conference E.F. Lindquist, Co‑founder, American College Testing (ACT) Program John B. McLendon, First black coach inducted into The Basketball Hall of Fame Eddie Robinson, Legendary football coach, Grambling State University Wilbur Schramm, International authority won communications and founder, Iowa Writers’ Workshop Richard Schultz, Executive Director, United States Olympic Committee; Former Executive Director, NCAA James Van Allen, Space Physicist Entertainment Diablo Cody, Oscar Award winning writer of “Juno” Simon Estes, International opera star John Falsey, Executive producer of television’s “Northern Exposure” & “I’ll Fly Away” Al Jarreau, Grammy Award‑winning singer Mark Johnson, Film producer and Oscar Award winner for Rainman Alex Karras, former NFL All‑Pro, Detroit Lions; actor, Victor, Victoria; Blazing Saddles; “Webster” Barry Kemp, television producer, creator of the hit series “Coach” Dave Keuning, guitarist, The Killers Shirley Rich Krohn, Casting director for Kramer vs Kramer, Three Days of the Condor, Taps, Saturday Night Fever Richard Maibaum, Writer of James Bond motion picture scripts Brandon Routh, Actor, Superman Returns Gene Wilder, Actor, Silver Streak, Young Frankenstein, Stir Crazy Government David Bonior, U.S. House of Representatives, Mt. Clemons, MI Terry Branstad, former Governor of Iowa General Charles A. Horner, Architect of the US air war against Iraq during the Persian Gulf War/Desert Storm Mary Louise Smith, noted political party leader and civil rights proponent Juanita Kidd Stout, First black woman elected to a state Supreme Court

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Tom Brokaw NBC News

Mark Shapiro Former ESPN Vice-President

Literature Mildred Wirt Benson, Author of 23 Nancy Drew mysteries and first woman to receive master’s degree in journalism at Iowa John Irving, Writer, The World According to Garp, The Cider House Rules W.P. Kinsella, Writer, Shoeless Joe Margaret Walker, Writer, Jubilee Media Alan Abelson, Editor, Barron’s Tom Brokaw, Former Anchorman, NBC News John Cochran, Correspondent, ABC News Paul Conrad, Political cartoonist and three-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize Wayne Drehs, General Assignment Writer, ESPN.com George Gallup, Founder, The Gallup Poll Charles Guggenheim, Documentary filmmaker, Peabody and Oscar award winner Bob Miller, Broadcaster, Los Angeles Kings Herbert Nipson, Executive Editor, Ebony Brian Ross, Correspondent, ABC News, NBC News; Peabody and Emmy award winner Carole Simpson, Anchor, ABC News Science and Medicine Dr. Nancy Andreasen, Psychiatrist renowned for her research on schizophrenia, as well as creativity Dr. Johann L. Ehrenhaft, Pioneer in field of open heart surgery Dr. Robert C. Hardin, Developed blood bank protocols during WW II based on seminal work on blood preservation Dr. Don H. O’Donoghue, sports medicine pioneer James Van Allen, World famous physicist and discoverer of two radiation belts (the Van Allen Belts) that surround the earth. Dr. Emory D. Warner, World recognized pathologist Pulitzer Prize Winners Marquis Childs, 1970, St. Louis Post Dispatch Rita Dove, 1987, Thomas and Beulah; U.S. Poet Laureate Jorie Graham, 1996, The Dream of the Unified Field; New and Selected Poems J. Tracy Kidder, 1982, The Soul of a New Machine James A. McPherson, 1978, Elbow Room Jane Smiley, 1992, A Thousand Acres Tennessee Williams, 1948, A Streetcar Named Desire; 1955, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

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STRENGTH TRAINING & SPORTS MEDICINE

Athletic Training & Sports Medicine

Continuing to set the standard in athletic training and Sports Medicine Service, The University of Iowa provides the studentathlete with exemplary medical care. Athletic Training Services is the largest component of the University of Iowa Sports Medicine program. UI Sports Medicine is a multidisciplinary healthcare team housed within the UI Sports Medicine Center, as part of University Hospitals & Clinics (UIHC), striving to provide exemplary everyday care for all student-athletes. The team consists of Athletic Training, Orthopaedics, Primary Care, Physician Assistants, Radiology, Physical Therapy, and Nursing. In addition, Athletic Training Services connect student-athletes to UIHC resources and specialty areas. Iowa’s staff of 12 full-time licensed athletic trainers and six graduate assistant licensed athletic trainers provide health care services within four athletic training rooms and other ancillary facilities, involving injury rehabilitation and prevention programs among other health care services. When injuries and illness occur Iowa’s athletic trainers provide treatment and rehabilitation programs to facilitate appropriate return to participation. Services from the UIHC, among the world’s largest university-owned teaching hospitals, support the efforts of the athletic trainers and other specialty sports medicine staff. Located next to Kinnick Stadium, the hospital offers a cutting-edge environment where staff physicians, sports medicine fellows, sports physical therapists, and athletic trainers care for student-athletes and produce successful outcomes. Dedicated research and education result in outstanding care. In October 2009, the Institute for Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (IOSMR) opened to further enhance the care for student athletes. This new facility houses the UI Sports Medicine Center. Athletic trainers form a team with orthopaedic and primary care physicians for every Hawkeye sport. Many of the physicians are fellowship trained in their specialty area and lecture locally, nationally, and around the world. In addition, each athlete has access to orthodontists, nutritionists, psychologists, and specialty physicians at the UIHC. Priority access to see physicians and other health care professionals provides expertise for comprehensive health care that returns the student-athlete to practice and competition promptly and safely.

The Hawkeye Strength Training Program

The University of Iowa Strength and Conditioning Department is committed to providing the ultimate training experience for each Hawkeye student-athlete. Our focus is the development of the complete student-athlete through the use of proven scientific methods for reducing the risk of injury, as well as maximizing each student-athletes’ athletic potential. Equally as important, our staff will foster a culture of relationship building in which we will seek to enhance the intangible character traits required for each Hawkeye to reach his or her championship potential on and off the playing stage.

Strength & Conditioning Philosophy

The philosophy of this program consists of two components. The first is to continually develop a scientifically sound program that will maximize strength, power and explosiveness in order to allow the athlete to get the utmost out of their genetic potential, and to reduce the chance of injury. This will primarily be accomplished through the use of ground based free weight exercises and the progressive incorporation of functional movements and plyometrics. The second is to establish a culture which will develop the discipline, character and mental toughness within each student-athlete and team as a whole so that they are able to make sacrifices in their training, leave their comfort zone and develop a Championship ATTITUDE. This will encourage them to make the most out of every situation and opportunity given to them in athletics and academics, so that they might know what it is to be fully committed to something. When these two converge, they are not only able to reach their full potential; they become champions on and off the playing field.

The Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Complex Athletic Training Room has excellent facilities to conduct evaluations, treatments, and rehabilitation for the student-athlete.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

An Exceptional Choice

U.S. News & World Report ranked The University of Iowa as the 26th best public university in the nation in 2009.

Since 1847, The University of Iowa has distinguished itself as a leader among public universities. Today its programs in health, business, engineering, education, law, the arts, communications, and the sciences are known worldwide for their excellence and innovation.

Outstanding Academic Opportunities

Iowa offers degrees in 11 colleges: Business, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Law, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, and the Graduate College. Undergraduates can choose from more than 100 areas of study.

A Fun Place to Call Home

Iowa City is a classic university town where learning and creating truly matter. The city blends the vibrant University campus and the natural beauty of the Iowa River with nearby shopping, entertainment, and residential areas.

Commanding Resources

The University operates one of the largest research library systems in the country. Iowa equips its classrooms and laboratories with the latest in computer technology. Students benefit from this technology-rich environment coupled with the high personal attention of University faculty and staff. Visit the University’s web site at www.uiowa.edu to about its multifaceted education, research and service programs.

More Than a Taste of the Arts

Although temporarily displaced from their buildings by a summer 2008 flood, Hancher Auditorium and the UI Museum of Art continue to offer performances, exhibits and special events in alternate venues. Premier works of art are displayed in most University buildings and plazas throughout campus. Students may participate in theater, music, and dance groups.

Time and Space to Play

Every year about 90 percent of Iowa’s students make use of the University’s recreational facilities. Each season offers a full schedule of intramural and club sports, ranging from rugby, tennis, and golf to volleyball, soccer, and swimming. Individual workouts are a part of many students’ daily routines. Students also make use of campus walking and running trails, bikeways, ski trails, golf courses, and canoe and sailboat rentals to relax and enjoy leisure time.

What Distinguishes an Iowa Education?

Success. Iowa’s philosophy is that if students meet the entrance requirements, the University is going to do everything it can to help students to graduate. An Iowa degree spells success in the job market, giving students the skills to continue learning and growing throughout their careers. Excellence. The faculty is stellar. Students are amazed not only at how much they know but at how enthused they are about sharing that knowledge and getting students excited about their subject.

Comfortable class sizes

Attending a large university does not necessarily mean having large class sizes. More than 30,000 students are enrolled at Iowa, but the UI has a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1. Large lecture halls host a few of the most popular undergraduate courses, with several hundred students in attendance. However, most lectures are complemented by classroom discussions among smaller groups. Altogether, 92 percent of undergraduate classes have fewer than 50 students in them; 80 percent have fewer than 30 students. Less than 4 percent of undergraduate classes have more than 100 students in them.

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Consider Iowa’s Advantages • According to the Fiske Guide to Colleges, the University of Iowa is a “Best Buy” for an outstanding, affordable education. • Iowa celebrates diversity—the University attracts students from 100 countries and all 50 U.S. states. • Iowa’s students and faculty have an enthusiasm for learning and for having fun. • Iowa is part of the Big Ten Conference, sharing academic and athletic traditions among a group of America’s leading universities. • Iowa’s faculty members not only offer a full range of academic offerings for students, they actively engage in innovative research projects within their specialty areas. • Students can easily travel a half day by car to a number of large American cities, including Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Omaha. • Iowa City holds a cosmopolitan charm all its own as a gathering place for the world’s writers, for world-renowned artists, and for noted visiting lecturers. • The University’s 400+ student organizations include fraternities, sororities, and many professional and cultural societies. • The University’s career and placement services match students with companies for internships and other professional experiences throughout their education. • The University’s graduates excel in their careers, often holding leadership positions within their professions and communities.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

The Colleges

Most freshmen who enroll at The University of Iowa are admitted to either the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or the College of Engineering. The General Education Program allows students to sample courses in more than 100 areas of study. At Iowa, students are required to take electives, major courses, and general education course work.

Liberal Arts & Sciences

Undergraduate Degrees Offered - Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Science (BS) in 58 major fields; Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Music (BM) and of Liberal Studies (BLS). Admission - Freshmen and transfer students are to meet the college’s admissions requirements.

Engineering

Undergraduate Degrees Offered - Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) in six majors- biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering. Admission - Students must meet the college’s high admissions requirements.

Business

Undergraduate Degrees Offered - Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in six majors: accounting, economics, finance, management, management information systems, and marketing. Admission - Usually requires two years of pre-business study in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Details at www.biz.uiowa.edu/upo/admissions/.

Education

Teacher Education Programs - Elementary Education, Art Education, English Education, Foreign Language Education, Mathematics Education, Music Education, Science Education, and Social Studies Education. Additional teaching minors in Coaching, ESL (English as a Second Language), Hearing Impaired, Journalism, and Talented and Gifted. Admission - Review all admission requirements and program guides at www.education.uiowa.edu/tess/

Nursing

The Tippie School of Management’s MBA program was recently ranked 20th best in the country by Forbes magazine.

Undergraduate Degrees Offered: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Admission: Students typically complete one year of pre-requisite courses in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and apply for admission during the second semester of the first year. The College of Nursing has competitive admission. The BSN requires three years of study once the student earns admission.

Pharmacy

Professional Degree Offered - Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD). Admission - Students must successfully complete required pre-pharmacy course work in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. These requirements may be met in two years but do not guarantee admission. Students must also complete the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT).

Graduate and Professional Degrees

Many student-athletes who have attended The University of Iowa and completed their undergraduate degrees continue their education at the University. Student-athletes who attend graduate or professional school must first complete course work toward a bachelor’s degree in their field of study. The University also offers undergraduates the opportunity to participate in research and overseas study programs, as well as internships that will help prepare them for graduate school.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

Housing

Each athletics team has its own rules regarding residence of incoming freshmen. Across the University, about 90 percent of freshmen choose to live on campus in one of the 10 residence halls. Most student-athletes live at least two years on campus. The residence halls have full-service dining rooms, study lounges, laundry facilities, recreational facilities, vending, and bank machines. Each room has high-speed computer connections for e-mail and Internet access, plus there are wireless networking hot spots in a variety of locations across campus. Iowa also offers wireless networking in 110 buildings and several outdoor areas, providing more than 2,000 access points across campus.

Safety

• 11:55 p.m. - 2:10 a.m.: Free SafeRide buses take students home Fridays and Saturdays during the fall and spring semesters. • Public Safety offers Nite Ride, a safe means of late night transportation for women only. Nite Ride operates 10 p.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. • Special telephones with blue lights are stationed across campus with a direct link to the UI Department of Public Safety. • University of Iowa Police personnel educate students on safety during summer orientation. • The Rape Victim Advocacy Program cooperates with the UI Department of Public Safety and participates in Sexual Crime Awareness Week.

Cambus

There are six primary bus routes throughout the Iowa campus. The University Cambus provides over three million free rides to class and to the dorms for students each year. Some routes run seven days a week, and some run until 2:30 a.m. Cambus also operates a specialized transportation service for persons with disabilities.

Health Services

The University of Iowa provides the student-athlete with the most up-todate and highest-quality medical care available. Students at Iowa can go to Student Health Service, which is open Monday through Friday. The service is supported by a fee paid by all full-time students. It offers students unlimited free office visits (there is a charge for other procedures done in the office, such as blood tests).

Libraries

The University of Iowa Libraries supports the academic achievement of all student-athletes with specialized courses, one-on-one consultations with librarians, 24/7 access to electronic resources through the web site (www.lib.uiowa.edu), and extended hours, which can accommodate complicated practice and travel schedules. UI Librarians help students find answers, whether they’re on a web site, in a book, journal, government document, or database. Librarians also plan and teach students how to find, evaluate, and use information from a variety of sources--skills they will use throughout their lives.

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Career Planning

Finding and pursuing a career takes careful planning. The Pomerantz Career Center is extremely valuable for student-athletes and can help identify stills that transfer from athletics to the workplace. The program suggests a timeline each student-athlete may follow throughout his or her stay at Iowa. The components of the program include: • • • • •

Individualized career advising Career education programs Summer job/internship opportunities Resume and cover letter development Preparing for life after college athletics

Computers

There are 26 Instructional Technology Centers all over the campus which are filled over 1,000 computers. These facilities are open at least 50 hours a week. Some are open 24 hours. Also, the Information Arcade in the Main Library provides a variety of specialized computing tools. The Computer Demo Center provides information for students who want to purchase computers and software.

Skills Labs & Support

Many academic departments offer skills labs to help students improve skills necessary to succeed at Iowa, such as writing, speaking, math, science, and foreign language. Assistance with skills such as note-taking, time-management, and test-taking are available through resources such as the College Transition Seminar (a credit-bearing course offered through University College), University Counseling Services, and Athletic Student Services staff.

Cultural Centers

Four cultural centers on campus provide a welcoming setting where students from various cultures can find cultural, academic, and personal support services: the Latino and Native American Cultural Center, the Afro American Cultural Center, the Asian Pacific American Cultural Center, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource and Education Center.

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IOWA CITY COMMUNITY

Iowa City is a diverse, highly cosmopolitan community of 60,000 set in the natural scenic beauty of Iowa’s rolling hills and woods along the tree-lined banks of the Iowa River. Iowa City has all the art galleries, ethnic foods, historic architecture and vibrant atmosphere of a much larger city, but with the compactness and friendly feeling of a small town. As a place to live, Iowa City keeps winning awards and accolades - Named one of the 10 most enlightened towns in the country by Utne Reader, listed in the book The 100 Best Small Art Towns in America and selected the number-one place to live in the nation by Editor & Publisher magazine. Economically, businesses such as Rockwell Collins, American College Testing and Procter & Gamble help keep the city booming. In Coralville, a branch office of Geico Auto Insurance has provided many residents with employment opportunities. Culturally, Iowa City is alive with concerts, art exhibits, readings, plays and art events of all kinds. Located on the University of Iowa campus, Hancher Auditorium is a nationally-known performance center that brings in the best of Broadway, classical and jazz music, dance and other performances. The University of Iowa Theatre Arts department also produces a full schedule of plays each year, featuring the work of student performers and directors. So whether you enjoy the arts as a spectator or as an outlet for your own creativity, Iowa City has the opportunities. Residents of Iowa City are not only economically and culturally enriched, they also take advantage of the numerous recreational facilities offered around town. The area’s more than 30 parks provide opportunities for year-round activities including boating, hiking, swimming, fishing and skiing. The city’s greatest charm, however, remains the sincere friendliness of its citizens, the cosmopolitan atmosphere and the successful partnership built between the community and the University.

Iowa City is located in eastern Iowa and is an easy trip to such cities as Des Moines (the capital of Iowa), Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, and Minneapolis. Also, Cedar Rapids, a city of more than 150,000, is just a short drive north of Iowa City. The Eastern Iowa Airport, which links residents to every major airport in the Midwest, nation and world, is only 20 minutes away.

Old Capitol

One of the most recognizable sites in Iowa City is the gold dome of the Old Capitol which is situated in the heart of downtown. Built in 1840, it is Iowa City’s most historic building. The Old Capitol was the site of the first governor inauguration as well as the first six Iowa General Assemblies. It is also where the state’s Constitution was drafted. When the capital was moved to Des Moines in 1857, the Old Capitol was dedicated to The University of Iowa, becoming the first building owned by the University.

Coralville Lake

Just north of Iowa City is Coralville Lake, an outdoor recreational area that offers a variety of opportunities for the public. Coralville Lake offers picnic shelters, biking, hiking, fishing, boating, swimming, hunting, camping, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, golf and disc golf.

For More Information Contact: Iowa City/Coralville Convention & Visitors Bureau 900 First Avenue, Coralville 52241; 319/337-6592 or 800/283-6592 www.iowacitycoralville.org

City Plaza

Located downtown and in walking distance of many of the University’s dormitories is the City Plaza. It is a perfect place to sit outside and study or hang out with friends. During the fall, spring and summer months there are concerts and art festivals in the “Ped” Mall.

Coral Ridge Mall

The Coral Ridge Mall is a 1.2-million-square-foot shopping center located just minutes from campus. The center combines a mix of over 120 specialty shops and strong department stores including Dillards, JC Penney, Sears, Target and Younkers. Coral Ridge also offers entertainment features such as an NHL-regulation-sized indoor ice arena, state-of-the-art 10-screen movie theatre and a large carousel along with a 1,000seat food court with sit-down restaurants. Specialty stores include Abercrombie & Fitch, Barnes & Noble, Gap, Old Navy, Scheels All Sports and Pier 1 Imports.

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HAWKEYE TRADITIONS

The Hawkeye Nickname

The University of Iowa borrowed its athletic nickname from the state of Iowa many years ago. The name Hawkeye was originally the name of the hero in the fictional novel, The Last of the Mohicans, written by James Fenimore Cooper. Cooper had the Delaware Indians bestow the name on a white scout who lived with them. In 1838, 12 years after the book was published, people in the territory of Iowa acquired the nickname, chiefly through the efforts of Judge David Rorer of Burlington and James Edwards of Fort Madison. Edwards, editor of the Fort Madison Patriot, moved his paper to Burlington in 1843 and renamed it the Burlington Hawkeye. The two men continued their campaign to popularize the name, and territorial officials eventually gave it their formal approval.

Herky The Hawkeye

The Hawkeye nickname gained a tangible symbol in 1948 when a cartoon character, later to be named Herky the Hawkeye was hatched. The creator was Richard Spencer III, instructor of journalism at Iowa. The impish Hawk was an immediate hit and acquired a name through a statewide contest staged by the athletic department. John Franklin, a Belle Plaine alumnus, was the man who suggested Herky. Since his birth more than 45 years ago, Herky has symbolized Iowa athletics and epitomized University life. He even donned a military uniform during the Korean War and became the insignia of the 124th Fighter Squadron. During the mid-1950s, Herky came to life at a football game as the Iowa mascot. Since that time, Herky has been a familiar figure at Iowa athletics events.

School Colors

For 40 years Iowa was without school colors, but in 1887 a group of 50 seniors met on the steps of the Old Capitol to decide what are now the school official colors. They chose Old Gold, the color of Iowa’s vast corn fields and Black, the color of the rich soil.

School Fight Song

The Iowa Fight Song was written in 1950 by Mason City, Iowa, native Meredith Willson. Best known as the creator of Broadway’s “The Music Man,” Willson was awarded a 1963 University of Iowa Alumni Association Distinguished Service Award for “setting the spirit of Iowa to music.” The lively cheer is sung hundreds of times during Iowa athletics events the year around. The word is Fight, Fight, Fight for IOWA Let every loyal Iowan sing; The word is Fight, Fight, Fight for IOWA Until the walls and rafters ring (Go Hawks!) Come on and cheer, cheer, cheer for IOWA Come on and cheer until you hear the final gun. The word is Fight, Fight, Fight for IOWA Until the game is won.

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