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Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s / M e d i a I n f o r m at i o n MEDIA A look at media policies and guidelines, as well as information about the Mike Rose Soccer Stadium, the University of Memphis, the American Athletic Conference and 2013 opponents.

Bios of Head Coach Brooks Monaghan, his assistants and the Lady Tigers soccer support staff.

MEET THE LADY TIGERS Rosters, bios, stats and inside information on this year’s Tigers squad.

2012 REVIEW Final statistics, superlatives, miscellaneous statistics and key player departures. Season Recap.............................................24 Statistics/Results.......................................25 C-USA Only Statistics.................................26 C-USA Review............................................27

Facts and figures of Memphis’ soccer history. Year-by-Year Results............................ 28-29 All-Time Series Records....................... 30-31 Record vs Opponents by Conference........32 Monaghan’s Record vs. Opponents...........32 All-Time Conference Standings.................33 All-Time Conference Tourn. Results..........34 All-Time Roster..........................................35 Year-by-Year Coaching...............................35 All-Time Jersey Roster...............................36 Record Book..............................................37 Record Book by Class.................................38 Last Time...................................................38 Honors & Awards................................ 39-40

CREDENTIALS Members of the media traveling with the team to Mike Rose Soccer Complex do not need a credential. Media not traveling with the team need to contact Mark Taylor in the University of Memphis Athletics Communications Office for press credentials. A pass list will be kept at the main gate area, which also serves as the media gate. Seating in the press area is limited and will be restricted to working press, radio and television representatives’ needs, according to NCAA regulations.

PARKING Media parking is located in the parking lot adjacent to the main gate. No parking pass is required.

STATISTICS The U of M Athletics Communications Office will provide game notes, statistics, rosters and media guides throughout the season to all media members. The U of M Athletics Communications Office will also provide complete game statistics to media members shortly after each contest.

PRACTICE/INTERVIEWS Lady Tigers soccer practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements may be made by contacting the Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours before practice time. All interviews are coordinated with head coach Brooks Monaghan through the Athletics Communications Office. The office staff can also set up interviews with coaches and players, which will be scheduled around the academic and practice schedules. Coaches and players are available for postgame interviews 10 minutes following the end of the game.

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PHOTOGRAPHERS Press and television photographers are requested to stay at least 10 feet from the playing surface. Photographers must have a working credential for access to the field. Photographers will be granted a credential through the University of Memphis Athletics

CREDITS The 2013 University of Memphis Women’s Soccer Media Guide is intended for the editorial use of media organizations covering the Tigers. Any reprinting, reproduction or other use of the contents for any commercial use is prohibited. EDITORS: Mark Taylor.

Admission is free to all 2013 Memphis women’s soccer home games. All regular season home games are played at the Mike Rose Soccer Complex.

TIGERS ON THE WEB The official website of the Memphis Athletics is www.gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as game notes, box scores, statistics, etc., all are available on the website.

AMERICAN WEBSITE Additional information about the American Athletic Conference and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.theamerican.org. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

ASSISTANCE: Brandon Kolditz (covers/layout design), Blake Barington, Ron Mears, Bob Winn, Lamar Chance and Tammy DeGroff. COVER PHOTOGRAPHY: Joe Murphy, Lance Murphey. PHOTOGRAPHY: Joe Murphy, Lindsey Lissau, Lance Murphey.

General Information School:.......... The University of Memphis Location:.........................Memphis, Tenn. Founded:..........................................1912 Enrollment:....................................22,365 Affiliation:........................ NCAA Division I Conference:....................... The American Nickname:...................................... Tigers Colors:...................................Blue & Gray Home Field:...Mike Rose Soccer Complex Surface:...........................................Grass Capacity:..........................................3,000 Interim President:............. R. Brad Martin Athletics Director:..................Tom Bowen Web Site:..............www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu History First Year of Soccer:..........................1995 All-Time Record:.................... 191-154-20 NCAA Tournaments/Last:............. 5/2011 Last Postseason Opponent:.......Louisville Result:....................L, 2-0 (Second Round) Coaching Staff Head Coach:............... Brooks Monaghan (University of Memphis, 1994) Overall Record (Yrs): .. 157-94-16 (13 yrs) Record at Memphis (Yrs):................ same Assistant Coach:...... Jonny Walker (4 yrs) Assistant Coach: ........ Jodi Grant (13 yrs) 2012 Team Information 2012 Overall Record:..................... 10-8-1 Home:.............................................. 7-3-0 Away:............................................... 3-4-1 Neutral:........................................... 0-1-0 2012 C-USA Record/Finish:....... 6-4-1/6th Home:.............................................. 4-2-0 Away:............................................... 2-2-1 Final 2012 Ranking:........................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost:....... 16/13 Starters Returning/Lost:..................... 9/2 Social Media Facebook:................@MemphisWSoccer @MemphisTigers Twitter:....................@MemphisWSoccer @TigersMedia YouTube:...........................@SIDMemphis Instagram:...............@MemphisWSoccer @MemphisAthletics FourSquare:...................... @TigersMedia Pinterest:.......................... @TigersMedia Tumblr:............................. @TigersMedia

MISSION STATEMENT The primary mission of the Department of Athletics is to provide a successful athletic program at the highest level of competition. Characterized by academic, athletic and moral excellence in a diverse collegiate environment, the program will abide by the spirit of the rules governing students and intercollegiate athletics and will be known for its good sportsmanship and integrity.

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The U of M is an equal opportunity/affirmative action university.

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Athletics Communications 203 Athletic Office Bldg./570 Normal St. Memphis, TN 38152 Main Number: 901-678-2337 Fax: 901-678-4134

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E-MAIL: mtylor16@memphis.edu

Communications Office and not the Mike Rose Soccer Complex. Photographers are not permitted to sell photos taken at U of M soccer matches without the written consent of the Athletics Communications Office.

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Head Coach Brooks Monaghan.................13 Assistant Coaches................................ 14-15 Support Staff.............................................15

SOCCER CONTACT O: 901-678-5108 C: 870-759-2074

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The 2013 edition of the Lady Tigers Soccer Media Guide is a comprehensive source of information with statistics and historical references for use by media covering Lady Tigers soccer. For additional information about Lady Tigers soccer, please call the University of Memphis Athletics Communications Office at 901-678-2337.

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Quick Facts..................................................1 Media Information......................................1 Mike Rose Soccer Complex..........................2 Interim University President........................3 Athletics Director.........................................4 University of Memphis................................5 City of Memphis..........................................6 Tigers Traditions..........................................7 The American Athletic Conference..............8 2013 Opponents.................................... 9-11 Tigers Versus 2013 Opponents..................12

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Since 2001, the Memphis women’s soccer program has been able to call one of the premier soccer facilities in the country its home. The Mike Rose Soccer Complex (MRSC), a world-class facility that features a 2,500-plus seat stadium, has assisted in the growth of women’s soccer at the University of Memphis. The Lady Tigers have five Conference USA Championships to their name and have recorded 10 seasons with 10 or more wins. The state-of-the-art facility sits on 136.17 acres and houses 16 FIFA dimension fields equipped with Bermuda-grass, superior-playing surfaces complete with underground drainage, sprinkler systems and lighted playing fields. Accompanying these fields are fully paved walkways, easily-accessible parking, restrooms, covered pavilions, picnic and recreation areas and a three-acre lake. MRSC is a definite asset to the Lady Tigers soccer program. Participant facilities within the main stadium structure include showers and locker rooms, a food court, corporate skybox, full media services, administrative offices and a conference room. “Being able to play at Mike Rose enables our program to compete with anyone

facility-wise,” said head women’s coach Brooks Monaghan. “There may be some facilities that are similar or close to Mike Rose, but I honestly don’t feel there are any better. As far as quality and atmosphere, Mike Rose is first class.” Located in southeast Shelby County, just east of the Memphis city limits, the MRSC has established itself as one of the premier soccer facilities in the Mid-South. In 2011, Memphis hosted the C-USA Women’s Soccer Championships for the first time in program history, with the Lady Tigers capturing their fifth-straight C-USA crown.

LADY TIGERS YEARLY HOME RECORDS Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

Overall 2-2-0 5-3-0 4-4-1 7-2-0 7-3-0 4-3-1 9-1-0 6-3-1 6-4-0 8-1-2 11-1-1 7-3-0 76-30-6

PCT .500 .625 .500 .778 .700 .563 .900 .650 .600 .818 .885 .700 .705

Directions from University of Memphis to MRSC

From the University of Memphis campus, head south on Getwell Road for two miles. Take I-240 East via the ramp on the left and continue east for 2.5 miles. Merge onto the Bill Morris Parkway/TN-385 East via exit No. 16 and continue east for approximately 8.4 miles. Then take the Forest Hill-Irene Road exit heading south for half a mile. Turn right onto East Shelby Drive and enter the Mike Rose Soccer Complex parking lot on the right at 9000 East Shelby Drive.

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Conf. 1-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 3-0-1 4-1-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 5-0-2 3-0-1 4-2-0 39-15-4

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interim University President - r. brad martin

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R. Brad Martin was named interim president of the University of Memphis effective July 1, 2013, by Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan. Martin is a 1976 graduate of the University of Memphis where he served as Student Government President. While a student at the University, he was elected as a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives, and holds the distinction of being the youngest person ever elected to the Tennessee General Assembly, where he served five terms. Martin has been involved with the U of M for over four decades. As a member of the House of Representatives, he created and sponsored the legislation which founded the Tennessee Earthquake Information Center at the University of Memphis. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Visitors of the University and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of Memphis Foundation. He has been a guest lecturer and speaker at the University on multiple occasions and has taught in the Department of Political Science. He and his family have provided significant financial support for academic and athletic programs at the University of Memphis. Martin has enjoyed a distinguished business career. He retired in 2007 from his role as Chairman and CEO of retailer, Saks Incorporated, having led that enterprise during an 18-year period of significant growth and value creation. He currently serves as Chairman of the private investment firm, RBM Venture Company, and is a member of the Board of Directors of FedEx Corporation, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, First Horizon National Corporation, and Pilot/Flying J. Martin is Chairman of the R. Brad Martin Family Foundation which provides philanthropic support to a number of important programs and institutions. Among the interests of the Foundation is the work of the Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence, housed at Presbyterian Day School in Memphis, which provides worldclass professional development opportunities for K-12 public and private school teachers. He is the co-author of FIVE STONES: Conquering Your Giants scheduled for release by Abingdon Press in August of 2013. He previously wrote the children’s book, MYLES’ PESKY FRIENDS. Martin holds an MBA degree from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University. Martin’s wife, Dina, also a U of M graduate, is active in a variety of University, community, and philanthropic programs. Martin is the father of five sons.

U OF M PRESIDENTS Name R. Brad Martin (interim) Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Ralph Faudree (interim) Dr. V. Lane Rawlins Dr. Thomas Carpenter Dr. Jerry Boone (interim) Dr. Billy M. Jones Dr. John Richardson (interim) Dr. C.C. Humphreys Dr. J. Millard Smith Lamar Newport (acting) Dr. J. Millard Smith Dr. Jennings B. Sanders Dr. Richard C. Jones Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Andrew A. Kincannon Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister

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At h l e t i c S D i r e c t o r - T O M B O W E N Tom Bowen took over as the University of Memphis Director of Athletics in June of 2012, and in only one year, he has the Tigers roaring into a new and exciting era. Bowen began his tenure with an athletics program poised to make a league move from Conference USA to the Big East. Despite the conference realignment carousel continuing to rotate nearly halfway into his first year, Bowen’s steady leadership helped Memphis become a charter member of The American Athletic Conference, which began its inaugural year July 1, 2013. The Memphis athletics leader played an integral role in the formation of The American Athletic Conference and was instrumental in bringing the league’s first men’s basketball tournament to the Bluff City in March of 2014. In addition to guiding Memphis through the conference move, Bowen placed his stamp on Tigers athletics. One of his first missions was to evaluate and restructure the athletics department. Bowen also came in with a plan to increase the department’s fundraising efforts to assist with facility upgrades. Under his direction, the Elma Roane Fieldhouse — home to Memphis women’s basketball and volleyball — improvements were completed with a state-of-the-art weight room, a four-lane training track, an elevated cardio platform, a players lounge and an enlarged training room with Grimm Tubshydroponic pools for injury rehabilitation. In November of 2012, Bowen received a gift of $2.6 million on behalf of the department from the Helen and Jabie Hardin Charitable Trust to support women’s athletics. The first phase in using the generous gift is underway with the redesign of the track and field complex on the University’s Park Avenue campus. The second construction phase is set to begin in the near future and includes a clubhouse for the Tigers softball program at its stadium. The new softball clubhouse plans include coaches offices, meeting and recruiting rooms, indoor pitching and batting areas, athletic training room, equipment room and laundry room. In the competition arena, Bowen’s first year proved a rather successful one. After a tough start, the Tigers football squad rebounded to close the campaign with three-straight victories and finished the year with four league wins, the most since 2008. The men’s basketball squad posted the sixth 30-win season in school history, swept the Conference USA regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament third round. The men’s tennis squad won the program’s first Conference USA championship and received a second-consecutive NCAA Championships berth. The Tigers won their first NCAA Regional with an upset over Ole Miss and advanced to the program’s first NCAA Championships Sweet Sixteen. The women’s tennis team also made history with its first

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NCAA Championships appearance as a team. The men’s golf squad earned an NCAA Regional berth for a third-straight year. The track and field squads closed out the athletic year by sending a school-record nine student-athletes to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, with five earning All-America honors. In the classroom, Memphis continued its strong performance in Bowen’s first year. Memphis led the league with 228 student-athletes on the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was second in the number of C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal recipients with 54. Memphis athletics also had a Conference USA-best four student-athletes receive the league’s Scholar-Athlete Award for their respective sports and had four of its programs earn C-USA Sport Academic Awards, the most of any in the league. Furthermore, Memphis athletics had four programs receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards for their exceptional Academic Progress Rate (APR). Prior to taking his current post, Bowen served as the athletics director at San Jose State University from 2004-12. While at San Jose State, the core of Bowen’s mission was building a “Culture of Champions” academically, athletically and in the community. He led the Spartan Foundation, the department’s fundraising component, through consistently challenging and uncertain economic conditions to unprecedented fiscal heights. The Spartans produced annual budget surpluses four-straight years and re-invested their gains back into their student-athletes and teams. In 2008, San Jose State was named as one of 12 Division I universities cited for Overall Excellence in Diversity in the most recent national study by Texas A&M University on behalf of the NCAA. Bowen’s proven administrative and managerial record at San Jose State resulted in national appointments in college athletics. He

served as one of eight Football Bowl Subdivision directors of athletics on the 24-member NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, an appointment that ended in 2011. In 2009, Bowen was one of 12 named to serve as a mentor to aspiring women and ethnic minority athletics administrators in the NCAA Fellows Leadership Program. He was the Tournament Director for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship first and second rounds games played in San Jose. Bowen joined the staff at San Jose State after serving three years as the Director of Community Affairs and the executive director of the 49ers Foundation for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. His Division I experience at the collegiate level includes athletics administration positions at the University of California and Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. The 1983 graduate of the University of Notre Dame majored in theology/sociology and spent six years studying for the priesthood with the Holy Cross Fathers. Bowen went on to earn a master’s degree in administration/education from the University of San Francisco in 1990. Active throughout the entire Bay Area, he was named to the San Jose Mercury News’ Top-25 Most Powerful Sports Figures in the Bay Area. Bowen served on the board of the San Jose Sports Authority, and he was an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Sports Management and at San Jose State University’s Department of Kinesiology, where he taught sports management classes. He is a Level 2 certified member of the College Athletic Business Management Association (CABMA) and has memberships in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He and his wife, Mia, are the parents of three children: sons, Andrew and Peter, and daughter, McKenna.

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University of Memphis

CAMPUS SIZE 239 buildings at eight sites, including the U of M Lambuth Campus ENROLLMENT (FOR FALL 2012) Total Undergraduate Graduate Doctoral Law School Full-time Part-time Men Women

22,139 17,647 3,089 1,023 380 67% 33% 40% 60%

ACCREDITATION The University of Memphis is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. WORKFORCE Approximately 2,500 employees including 935 full-time faculty

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COLLEGES & SCHOOLS • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education, Health and Human Sciences • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College DEGREES • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 250 areas of study • Master’s degrees in 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 23 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree)

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NAME CHANGES University of Memphis Memphis State University Memphis State College West Tennessee State Teachers College West Tennessee State Normal School

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Arts, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, Herff College of Engineering, the School of Public Health, University College, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Loewenberg School of Nursing, and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. For academically ambitious and talented students, the Helen Hardin Honors Program at the University of Memphis combines the best of a small liberal arts school with the wide-ranging opportunities of a large, nationally-recognized research university. With 1,848 students participating in fall 2012, the honors program, now entering its 40th year, is the largest honors program in the state of Tennessee. In addition to the main campus in the heart of East Memphis, the University of Memphis opened a campus in Jackson, Tenn., in fall 2011 at what was formerly Lambuth University. It also has offsite campuses in Bartlett, Collierville, Cordova, Covington, Dyersburg, Jackson, Millington and Whitehaven. One of the university’s strongest contributions to the community is its alumni. Many have become nationally and internationally renowned in their fields as corporate executives, elected officials, award-winning actors and best-selling authors. More than 65,000 U of M alumni live within a 40-mile radius of Memphis. As the university enters its second century, it will continue to build strong partnerships with alumni, friends and community leaders to empower the next generation of Dreamers. Thinkers. Doers. For more information on the University of Memphis, visit www.memphis.edu.

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For over 100 years, the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception in 1912 as a “normal school” dedicated to the education of public school teachers to its role today as an educator of technologically savvy, socially conscious graduates who face a complex world, the U of M has always been an integral component of the greater community. Exceptional students from 50 states and 82 countries choose the University of Memphis as their collegiate home. Approximately 23,000 students attend the U of M, including more than 2,200 first-time freshmen and 2,500 students who live in university housing. In 2013, U. S. News & World Report ranked the University of Memphis among the top 10 in the country for student internship placements and lauded it as one of the top 13 for its teacher preparation programs. Additionally, its graduate programs in audiology, speech-language pathology and rehabilitation counseling are consistently ranked among the top 20 in the nation by U.S. News. As a doctoral-granting metropolitan research university, the U of M is committed to excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education; in the discovery and dissemination of knowledge; in engaged scholarship to the community, state and nation; and in the preparation of a diverse student population for successful careers and meaningful participation in a global society. Ever forward looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. Having just celebrated its centennial anniversary, its faculty, staff, alumni and benefactors have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a lifelong impact. This was evidenced by the more than $256 million raised during the recent Empowering the Dream campaign. The university’s strategic plan states its goals. Foremost among these is the ability to recruit outstanding faculty, enroll motivated students and provide distinctive learning experiences so its students are prepared for successful and meaningful participation in a diverse society. Currently, the U of M offers 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 areas of study, master’s degrees in 55 subjects and doctoral degrees in 23 disciplines. It also offers a specialist’s degree in education and a juris doctorate in law. Degree programs at the University of Memphis are divided into ten colleges and schools – College of Arts and Sciences, Fogelman College of Business and Economics, College of Communication and Fine


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City of Memphis Considered the “Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll,” the city of Memphis’ musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, has big city amenities with a small-town feel. Whether you are a hardcore sports enthusiast, a history buff, a music aficionado, or you just like to relax and watch as boats travel the Mississippi River, Memphis has something for everyone. Downtown Memphis has continued to grow and thrive, and two of the most visible projects have been the construction of AutoZone Park and FedExForum. AutoZone Park is the home of the Memphis Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A club. The 14,320-seat stadium includes 1,500 club seats, 48 luxury suites and is located at the corner of Third Street and Union Avenue across from the world-famous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its more high-profile opponents in the top-notch facility. The city’s newest downtown project is FedExForum, an entertainment arena that houses both the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association and the University of Memphis men’s basketball team. The $250 million state-of-the-art arena features a 35,000-squarefoot outdoor plaza where fans of all ages can gather before an event. The arena has over 100 points of sale for concession stands and four full-service restaurants. FedExForum is located one block south of Beale Street. Memphis’ musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy, who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as the “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who have performed along Beale include Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Beale Street has rapidly become the entertainment center of Memphis, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the food and music offered in the various nightclubs. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekend-long event is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival, which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis, which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Across the street is the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located at the FedExForum, which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’ musical roots also include Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul music” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T.

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and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Stax Museum reopened on its original location at McLemore and Crump in the summer of 2003 and offers visitors a complete history of “Soulsville USA.” One of Hi-Records’ premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records’ most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and also boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its recording artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most-visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in the United States after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year. Also located downtown is the beautiful Orpheum Theater, which serves as a venue for performances by Ballet Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and traveling Broadway shows, as well as the Orpheum Classic Movies series and other concerts. The city’s location makes Memphis a major distribution hub with two interstate highways intersecting the city. Memphis is also home of FedEx, the nation’s largest package carrier which makes Memphis International Airport the world’s busiest cargo airport. Over 500 commercial passenger flights originate from Memphis International each day. Ranked by The Sporting News as one of the “Top 50 Sports Cities In the Country,” the city of Memphis is a large metropolitan city with a hometown feel. From its big-city industry such as FedEx and the Memphis International Airport to its family recreation areas such as Shelby Farms and the Memphis Zoo, the city boasts all the amenities one would expect in a city with over 1 million residents, while retaining the charm and down-to-earth feel of a small town.

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The home of The Pyramid, the third-largest pyramid in the world

Ranked by the travel industry as one of the top-20 destinations for an athletics event

T he nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market

The hardwood capital of the world

The home of the world’s largest cargo airport

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U OF M ALMA MATER

U OF M FIGHT SONG

Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach.

Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say --

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THE LOGO T. he University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson, from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. T. he original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.” SCHOOL COLORS T. he University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. T. he colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.

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Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free.

Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

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to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year.

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When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For over 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with a sheriff patrol escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through the preservation of one of the world’s most recognizable endangered species. The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM


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T H E A M E R I C A N AT H L E T I C C O N F E R E N C E

Not entirely unlike the nation that provides its namesake, the American Athletic Conference was born from an ideal in which members with ambitious goals are provided with the means to succeed in their quests for excellence. With roots that extend to three conferences, the American Athletic Conference membership in 2013 — its debut season — consists of 10 institutions: the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, the University of Connecticut, the University of Houston, the University of Louisville, the University of Memphis, Rutgers University, Southern Methodist University, the University of South Florida and Temple University. In 2014-15, East Carolina University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa come aboard. The 2015-16 season sees the U.S. Naval Academy join the ranks in football only. The American, which operated as the Big East Conference from 1979 to 2013, will immediately take a place at the forefront of Division I athletics, with schools that have played in a combined five Bowl Championship Series games, won four NCAA men’s basketball titles since 1999, and won eight NCAA women’s basketball championships since 1995. Among the league’s 2013 members, seven of The American’s 10 football teams have been ranked in the top 13 in the BCS since 2006. Eight of the 10 teams have been in the BCS top 25 in that span. The 2013-14 membership will also include the most recent NCAA men’s basketball (Louisville) and women’s basketball (UConn) champions.

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The 2013 season will mark the final year of a six-year arrangement with ESPN that gives The American national exposure on ABC television and the ESPN family of networks. ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC will carry a minimum of 19 American home football games each season. Championship Week in December includes three American games on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. At least four American games are featured on ESPN’s Thursday-night package. In addition, ESPN Regional Television will continue to produce and distribute its Game of the Week package to a nationally syndicated audience, reaching more than 30 million homes. Most of these games also will be available as part of the ESPN GamePlan subscription service. Finally, a minimum of five home games will be carried on ESPNU. Following the 2013 football season, the American Athletic Conference enters new television partnerships with ESPN and CBS Sports which will give the conference unprecedented national exposure. The football portion of the contract, which begins in the 2014 season, calls for nearly 90 percent of conference-controlled games on national broadcast or national cable platforms. The first American Athletic Conference Football Championship, which will be played in 2015, will be carried either on ABC or ESPN on Championship Saturday. In men’s basketball, the new television deal calls for all conference-controlled games to be televised, with more than 63 percent slotted for national broadcast or national cable - a minimum of 107 games. The entire postseason tournament will be

televised, including the championship game, which will be either on ABC or ESPN. Sixty percent of the American’s women’s basketball games will be carried on either national cable, regional sports networks or ESPN3. American Athletic Conference teams will have access to the pinnacle of college football’s postseason structure, both in the coming season and beyond. In 2013-14, the league champion will receive an automatic bid for the final edition of the Bowl Championship Series, including a spot in the VIZIO National Championship Game if it is ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS standings. Moving forward, The American champion would be chosen for the College Football Playoff semifinals if it is among the top four teams following the regular season. Otherwise, the league would place its champion in either the Cotton Bowl, Fiesta Bowl or Peach Bowl if it is ranked higher than the champions of Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference, the Mountain West Conference and the Sun Belt Conference. The American Athletic Conference administers to its membership from a state-of-the-art office located in Providence, R.I. The location of the conference headquarters — just steps from the city’s Amtrak station and 10 minutes from T.F. Green International Airport — gives the conference easy access to its member schools. The conference headquarters is equipped with a complete video production studio and small- and large-scale meeting rooms to accommodate the many coaches’ and administrators’ meetings held on-site each year.

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2013 Opponents GAME 1 • SAMFORD

GAME 2 • MISSOURI

GAME 3 • VANDERBILT

Aug. 25 • 1:00 p.m. CT Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex

Aug. 30 • 7:00 p.m. CT Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex

Location:...................................................................... Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment:.....................................................................................4,715 Conference:.............................................................................. Southern Nickname:................................................................................. Bulldogs Colors:................................................................................Red and Blue Stadium (Capacity):............. Samford Track and Soccer Stadium (1,200) Head Coach:......................................................................... Todd Yelton Record at Samford/Years:........................................ 135-60-30/11 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 11-7-2 2012 Southern Record:............................................................8-1-2/2nd Series Record:............................................................ Samflord leads 3-2 Last Meeting:......................Memphis 2, Samford 0 (2011; Birmingham)

Location:.......................................................................... Columbia, Mo. Enrollment:...................................................................................33,800 Conference:....................................................................... Southeastern Nickname:..................................................................................... Tigers Colors:............................................................................. Gold and Black Stadium (Capacity):........................... Audrey J. Walton Stadium (2,500) Head Coach:...........................................................................Bryan Blitz Record at Missouri/Years:...................................... 188-149-18/17 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 14-7-1 2012 Southeastern Record:.............................................. 8-5-0/4th East Series Record:.............................................................Missouri leads 2-0 Last Meeting:..........................Missouri 5, Memphis 1 (2012; Columbia)

Location:.........................................................................Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment:...................................................................................12,745 Conference:....................................................................... Southeastern Nickname:......................................................................... Commodores Colors:............................................................................. Black and Gold Stadium (Capacity):.......... Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex (2,400) Head Coach:......................................................................Derek Greene Record at Vanderbilt/Years:............................................... 5-10-5/1 year 2012 Record:................................................................................ 5-10-5 2012 Southeastern Record:.............................................. 2-7-4/7th East Series Record:................................................................... Series tied 2-2 Last Meeting:...............Memphis 2, Vanderbilt 1 (2ot) (2012; Nashville)

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Soccer Contact:....................................................................... Kate Lakin Office/Cell:................................................ 573-884-8519/573-356-6114 Email:................................................................... lakinke@missouri.edu

Soccer Contact:............................................................... Chris Weinman Office:............................................................................... 615-343-0019 Email:.................................................... chris.weinman@vanderbilt.edu

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

August 23......................................................................................Pacific August 25........................................................................ at Memphis August 30...................................................................................... SEMO September 1..............................................................................at UMKC September 6..................................................................................Baylor September 13...................................................................Eastern Illinois September 15........................................................................ at Portland September 20........................................................... at Mississippi State September 27............................................................................. Georgia September 29...............................................................................Florida October 4........................................................................... at Vanderbilt October 6.............................................................................. Texas A&M October 11....................................................................................at LSU October 18...................................................................... South Carolina October 20..................................................................................Auburn October 25........................................................................... at Kentucky October 27............................................................................. Tennessee October 31........................................................................... at Arkansas

August 23......................................................................................... UAB August 25...................................................................... Oklahoma State August 30........................................................................ at Memphis September 1..................................................................................... Rice September 6....................................................................... at Wisconsin September 8.......................................................................... Milwaukee September 13........................................................................ at Samford September 15.................................................................... Georgia State September 21....................................................................................LSU September 27........................................................................at Alabama September 29.................................................................... at Texas A&M October 4.................................................................................. Missouri October 6................................................................................. Kentucky October 11............................................................................ at Ole Miss October 18............................................................................... Arkansas October 20................................................................... Mississippi State October 25.................................................................. at South Carolina October 27..............................................................................at Auburn October 31............................................................................. Tennessee

GAME 5 • WESTERN KENTUCKY

GAME 6 • ALABAMA Sept. 13 • 7:00 p.m. CT Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex

Location:.................................................................Murfreesboro, Tenn. Enrollment:...................................................................................25,394 Conference:................................................................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................................................... Blue Raiders Colors:.................................................................. Royal Blue and White Stadium (Capacity):....Dean A. Hayes Track and Soccer Stadium (1,500) Head Coach:..................................................................... Aston Rhoden Record at Middle Tennessee/Years:........................ 131-74-21/11 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 14-5-1 2012 Sun Belt Record:............................................................ 8-1-1/T1st Series Record:........................................................... Memphis leads 3-1 Last Meeting:...........Memphis 3, Middle Tennessee 2 (2012; Memphis)

Location:.................................................................... Bowling Green, Ky. Enrollment:...................................................................................21,045 Conference:................................................................................Sun Belt Nickname:..........................................................................Lady Toppers Colors:............................................................................. Red and White Stadium (Capacity):.................................. WKU Soccer Complex (1,500) Head Coach:.......................................................................Jason Neidell Record at Western Kentucky/Years:........................ 140-75-23/12 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 12-5-3 2012 Sun Belt Record:............................................................. 6-1-3/4th Series Record:........................................................... Memphis leads 2-0 Last Meeting:.. Memphis 2, Western Kentucky 0 (2011; Bowling Green)

Location:........................................................................ Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment:...................................................................................31,747 Conference:....................................................................... Southeastern Nickname:..........................................................................Crimson Tide Colors:...................................................................... Crimson and White Stadium (Capacity):.............................Alabama Soccer Stadium (1,500) Head Coach:......................................................................Todd Bramble Record at Alabama/Years:........................................... 41-46-10/6 years 2012 Record:.................................................................................. 8-9-2 2012 Southeastern Record:............................................ 8-1-2/6th West Series Record:........................................................ Memphis leads 4-1-1 Last Meeting:....................... Memphis 1, Alabama 0 (2011; Tuscaloosa)

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Soccer Contact:.................................................................... Russell Luna Office/Cell:................................................ 615-898-5270/615-900-7837 Email:.............................................................. luna@goblueraiders.com

Soccer Contact:................................................................. Jeremy Brown Office/Cell:................................................ 270-745-5388/812-205-6229 Email:............................................................... jeremy.brown@wku.edu

Soccer Contact:.................................................................. Aaron Jordan Office/Cell:................................................ 205-348-5401/205-913-1979 Email:........................................................................ ajordan@ia.ua.edu

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

August 23........................................................................................ Utah August 30......................................................................................... Rice September 1.......................................................................Indiana State September 5......................................................................... Austin Peay September 8........................................................................ Memphis September 13.......................................................... at Western Carolina September 15..................................................................... at Tennessee September 20........................................................................ at Belmont September 22...........................................................................Lipscomb September 27.............................................................Louisiana-Monroe September 29........................................................... Louisiana-Lafayette October 6.......................................................................... at Texas State October 11....................................................................................... Troy October 13................................................................. at South Alabama October 18.................................................................. at Arkansas State October 20................................................................................. at UALR October 25........................................................................ Georgia State October 27.......................................................................... at Evansville

August 25........................................................................ at Wake Forest August 30.......................................................................... Georgia State September 1................................................................................ Mercer September 6......................................................................... vs Colorado September 8............................................................................ at Denver September 13.................................................................. at Memphis September 15................................................................................... UAB September 20...........................................................................at Florida September 27......................................................................... Vanderbilt September 29......................................................................... Tennessee October 4............................................................................... at Georgia October 6..........................................................................................LSU October 11.................................................................. at South Carolina October 18............................................................................ Texas A&M October 20............................................................................... Kentucky October 25............................................................... at Mississippi State October 27........................................................................ at Mississippi October 31..................................................................................Auburn

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2013 SCHEDULE August 25........................................................................... at UT Martin August 30.................................................................................Lipscomb September 1........................................................................ Memphis September 6..................................................................................at USF September 8................................................................................. at UCF September 13......................................................................... Tennessee September 15................................................................. Tennessee Tech September 20.................................................................. Alabama A&M September 27................................................................................... UAB September 29...............................................................Colorado College October 4................................................................... at Florida Atlantic October 6.............................................................................at Charlotte October 13.......................................................................Louisiana Tech October 18................................................................... at Old Dominion October 20............................................................................at Marshall October 25........................................................................... North Texas October 27............................................................. Florida International October 31..................................................................... at East Carolina

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2013 SCHEDULE August 23........................................................................ at Memphis August 25............................................................................... Tennessee August 30....................................................................................Auburn September 6............................................................................... at Texas September 8............................................................................... at UTSA September 13......................................................................... Vanderbilt September 17............................................................ at Kennesaw State September 20.................................................................... Georgia State September 27..............................................................Georgia Southern September 29........................................................................... Davidson October 3...................................................................................Wofford October 6............................................................................... at Furman October 11.............................................................. at Western Carolina October 13.............................................................at Appalachian State October 18............................................................................The Citadel October 20...................................................................... Francis Marion October 25................................................................................ at UNCG October 27...................................................................................at Elon October 30......................................................................... Chattanooga

Coaching Staff

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GAME 7 • OLE MISS

GAME 8 • FLORIDA GULF COAST

GAME 9 • FLORIDA ATLANTIC

Sept. 15 • 7:00 p.m. CT Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss Soccer Stadium

Sept. 20 • 6:00 p.m. CT Fort Myers, Fla. FGCU Soccer Stadium

Sept. 22 • 12:00 p.m. CT Boca Raton, Fla. FAU Soccer Stadium

Location:.............................................................................Oxford, Miss. Enrollment:...................................................................................21,528 Conference:....................................................................... Southeastern Nickname:.................................................................................... Rebels Colors:.........................................................Cardinal Red and Navy Blue Stadium (Capacity):............................. Ole Miss Soccer Stadium (1,500) Head Coach:.................................................................... Matthew Mott Record at Ole Miss/Years:.............................................. 15-19-5/2 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 13-9-0 2012 Southeastern Record:............................................ 5-8-0/5th West Series Record:......................................................... Ole Miss leads 8-6-1 Last Meeting:..........................Memphis 3, Ole Miss 0 (2011; Memphis)

Location:......................................................................... Fort Myers, Fla. Enrollment:...................................................................................13,000 Conference:..........................................................................Atlantic Sun Nickname:.....................................................................................Eagles Colors:...................................................Emerald Green and Cobalt Blue Stadium (Capacity):.................................. FGCU Soccer Stadium (1,500) Head Coach:.................................................................... Jim Blakenship Record at Florida Gulf Coast/Years:............................. 71-29-13/6 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 14-4-3 2012 Atlantic Sun Record:........................................................ 7-1-1/1st Series Record:.....................................................................First Meeting Last Meeting:......................................................................First Meeting

Location:........................................................................ Boca Raton, Fla. Enrollment:...................................................................................30,000 Conference:................................................................... Conference USA Nickname:....................................................................................... Owls Colors:................................................................................Blue and Red Stadium (Capacity):.................................... FAU Soccer Stadium (1,200) Head Coach:....................................................................... Patrick Baker Record at Florida Atlantic/Years:..........................................First Season 2012 Record:................................................................................ 5-13-0 2012 Sun Belt Record:............................................................. 3-8-0/8th Series Record:........................................................... Memphis leads 1-0 Last Meeting:............ Memphis 2, Florida Atlantic 1 (2002; Boca Raton)

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Soccer Contact:......................................................................Bill Bunting Office:............................................................................... 662-915-1083 Email:.................................................................wbunting@olemiss.edu

Soccer Contact:..........................................................................Mike Hill Office:............................................................................... 239-590-7064 Email:............................................................................. mhill@fgcu.edu

Soccer Contact:...........................................................Brandon Goodwin Office:............................................................................... 561-756-0653 Email:....................................................................... goodwinb@fau.edu

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

August 23................................................................. Louisiana-Lafayette August 25..................................................................................... at UAB August 30................................................................ Northwestern State September 1.......................................................................at Saint Louis September 6..................................................................................... USC September 8...................................................................... at Minnesota September 13............................................................ at Kennesaw State September 15...................................................................... Memphis September 20....................................................................... at Arkansas September 22................................................................................. UALR September 27...............................................................................Florida September 29..............................................................................Auburn October 4........................................................................... at Tennessee October 6............................................................................... at Georgia October 11............................................................................. Vanderbilt October 18....................................................................................at LSU October 20...................................................................... South Carolina October 25........................................................................ at Texas A&M October 27................................................................................Alabama November 1.................................................................. Mississippi State

August 13..........................................................................................USF August 16........................................................................Florida Atlantic August 23.................................................................................at Florida August 25..................................................................................... Albany August 30................................................................................. Davidson September 1................................................................. Mississippi State September 6....................................................... at Florida International September 13...............................................................vs Portland State September 15................................................................... vs Idaho State September 20...................................................................... Memphis September 22............................................................................... at UCF September 27....................................................................... Jacksonville September 29.................................................................... North Florida October 4............................................................. at Northern Kentucky October 6.............................................................................at Lipscomb October 11............................................................ East Tennessee State October 13.......................................................................... USC Upstate October 18.............................................................................. at Mercer October 20................................................................ at Kennesaw State October 26..............................................................................at Stetson

August 23..................................................................................... Albany August 25....................................................................................Arizona August 30.............................................................................vs Davidson September 1............................................................. vs Mississippi State September 8..................................................................................Miami September 13.......................................................vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff September 15...................................................................... vs Columbia September 19............................................................................... at USC September 22...................................................................... Memphis September 27............................................................................. at UTSA September 29..............................................................................at Tulsa October 4................................................................... Middle Tennessee October 6....................................................................................... UTEP October 13........................................................................Old Dominion October 18............................................................................at Marshall October 20..................................................................... at East Carolina October 25........................................................................................ FIU October 27...........................................................................at Charlotte October 31....................................................................................... UAB

GAME 10 • LOUISVILLE

GAME 11 • CINCINNATI

GAME 12 • RUTGERS

Sept. 27 • 6:00 p.m. CT Louisville, Ky. Cardinal Park

Sept. 29 • 12:00 p.m. CT Cincinnati, Ohio Gettler Stadium

Oct. 4 • 6:00 p.m. CT New Brunswick, N.J. Yurcak Field

Location:.............................................................................Louisville, Ky. Enrollment:...................................................................................22,293 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:................................................................................ Cardinals Colors:.............................................................................. Red and Black Stadium (Capacity):............................................... Cardinal Park (2,500) Head Coach:........................................................ Karen Ferguson-Dayes Record at Louisville/Years:..................................... 114-113-23/13 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 10-4-4 2012 BIG EAST Record:............................................................ 5-3-3/3rd Series Record:........................................................ Memphis leads 6-2-1 Last Meeting:.........................Louisville 2, Memphis 0 (2011; Memphis)

Location:........................................................................ Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment:...................................................................................42,421 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:................................................................................. Bearcats Colors:.............................................................................. Red and Black Stadium (Capacity):........................................... Gettler Stadium (1,400) Head Coach:........................................................................ Neil Stafford Record at Cincinnati/Years:..................................................First Season 2012 Record:................................................................................ 4-13-1 2012 BIG EAST Record:............................................ 1-10-0/8th National Series Record:.......................................................... Cincinnati leads 9-1 Last Meeting:...............Memphis 1, Cincinnati 0 (2ot) (2004; Memphis)

Location:................................................................. New Brunswick, N.J. Enrollment:...................................................................................58,788 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:....................................................................... Scarlet Knights Colors:.......................................................................................... Scarlet Stadium (Capacity):................................................. Yurcak Field (5,000) Head Coach:...................................................................... Glenn Crooks Record at Rutgers/Years:......................................... 142-99-31/13 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 13-8-1 2012 BIG EAST Record:.............................................. 5-5-1/5th National Series Record:.....................................................................First Meeting Last Meeting:......................................................................First Meeting

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Soccer Contact:...............................................................Kim Pemberton Office:............................................................................... 502-852-7711 Email:.............................................. kimberli.pemberton@louisville.edu

Soccer Contact:............................................................... Danielle Wright Office:............................................................................... 513-556-5181 Email:................................................................ danielle.wright@uc.edu

Soccer Contact:........................................................Anthony Hernandez Office:............................................................................... 732-445-4200 Email:.................................................. ahernandez@scarletknights.com

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

August 17................................................................................ at Purdue August 23...................................................................................... Butler August 25..................................................................................... Illinois August 30........................................................................... Virginia Tech September 1.................................................................... at Wake Forest September 6......................................................................... at Kentucky September 8.................................................................. at Miami (Ohio) September 13................................................................ Morehead State September 15................................................................................. UTSA September 21.....................................................................at Marquette September 27...................................................................... Memphis September 29..............................................................................Rutgers October 3.................................................................................... at SMU October 6.............................................................................. at Houston October 11........................................................................................USF October 13....................................................................................... UCF October 17.............................................................................. at Temple October 20...................................................................... at Connecticut October 25..........................................................................at Cincinnati

August 23................................................................................. at Miami August 25.............................................................................at Nebraska August 30................................................................................ at Dayton September 1..................................................................... UMass-Lowell September 6............................................................ at Long Beach State September 8............................................................at UC Santa Barbara September 13............................................................................at Xavier September 15......................................................................... Kent State September 20.............................................................................. Cornell September 22....................................................................at Providence September 27..............................................................................Rutgers September 29...................................................................... Memphis October 3.............................................................................. at Houston October 6.................................................................................... at SMU October 11....................................................................................... UCF October 13........................................................................................USF October 17...................................................................... at Connecticut October 20.............................................................................. at Temple October 25............................................................................... Louisville

August 23......................................................................................Drexel August 25................................................................................... at Army August 30.................................................................................Delaware September 1............................................................................. Fordham September 6............................................................................at Virginia September 8...............................................................at William & Mary September 13............................................................................... Bryant September 15.......................................................................... Princeton September 20........................................................................... Villanova September 27......................................................................at Cincinnati September 29....................................................................... at Louisville October 4............................................................................ Memphis October 10................................................................................ Houston October 13...................................................................................... SMU October 18................................................................................... at UCF October 20....................................................................................at USF October 24...........................................................................Connecticut October 27.................................................................................. Temple

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2013 Opponents GAME 13 • SMU

GAME 14 • HOUSTON

GAME 15 • USF

Oct. 13 • 1:00 p.m. CT Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex

Oct. 18 • 6:30 p.m. CT Tampa, Fla. Corbett Soccer Stadium

Location:..............................................................................Dallas, Texas Enrollment:...................................................................................10,893 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:............................................................................... Mustangs Colors:...........................................................Harvard Red and Yale Blue Stadium (Capacity):..............................................Westcott Field (4,000) Head Coach:....................................................................Chris Petrucelli Record at SMU/Years:.......................................................... 9-8-4/1 year 2012 Record:.................................................................................. 9-8-4 2012 C-USA Record:................................................................ 4-3-4/7th Series Record:........................................................ Memphis leads 5-1-2 Last Meeting:.............................Memphis 1, SMU 1 (2ot) (2012; Dallas)

Location:..........................................................................Houston, Texas Enrollment:...................................................................................39,820 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:.................................................................................. Cougars Colors:........................................................................ Scarlet and White Stadium (Capacity):................Carl Lewis International Complex (6,000) Head Coach:............................................................................Chris Pfau Record at Houston/Years:.................................................... 7-9-3/1 year 2012 Record:.................................................................................. 7-9-3 2012 C-USA Record:................................................................ 3-4-3/8th Series Record:................................................................Series tied 7-7-1 Last Meeting:.......................... Houston 1, Memphis 0 (2012; Memphis)

Location:................................................................................Tampa, Fla. Enrollment:...................................................................................46,167 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:....................................................................................... Bulls Colors:............................................................................Green and Gold Stadium (Capacity):...............................Corbett Soccer Stadium (2,000) Head Coach:..........................................................Denise Schilte-Brown Record at USF/Years:................................................... 50-45-20/6 years 2012 Record:................................................................................ 10-5-4 2012 BIG EAST Record:........................................... 6-2-2/2nd American Series Record:.....................................................................First Meeting Last Meeting:......................................................................First Meeting

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Soccer Contact:............................................................... Allison McClain Office/Cell:................................................ 713-743-9406/936-635-1129 Email:.............................................................ammcclai@central.uh.edu

Soccer Contact:................................................................... Sean Barows Office/Cell:................................................ 813-974-7099/561-312-9432 Email:.................................................................. sbarows@mail.usf.edu

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

August 23.................................................. at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi August 25................................................................................... Georgia August 30.................................................................... Stephen F. Austin September 6....................................................... at Cal State Northridge September 8...............................................................at San Diego State September 15............................................................ at Houston Baptist September 20........................................................... Louisiana-Lafayette September 26.......................................................................... at Temple September 29.................................................................. at Connecticut October 3................................................................................ Cincinnati October 6................................................................................. Louisville October 10............................................................................. at Rutgers October 13...................................................................... at Memphis October 18.................................................................................. at SMU October 24....................................................................................... UCF October 27........................................................................................USF

August 23................................................................. Arkansas-Pine Bluff August 25................................................................................... at Texas August 30.................................................................................. Clemson September 1................................................................................Niagara September 6......................................................Middle Tennessee State September 8...................................................................... North Florida September 12.............................................................. at South Carolina September 15...............................................................................Florida September 20................................................................. South Alabama September 27............................................................................... at UCF October 4.................................................................................... Temple October 6.............................................................................Connecticut October 11........................................................................... at Louisville October 13..........................................................................at Cincinnati October 18.......................................................................... Memphis October 20..................................................................................Rutgers October 24.................................................................................. at SMU October 27............................................................................ at Houston

GAME 17 • TEMPLE

GAME 18 • CONNECTICUT Oct. 27 • 1:00 p.m. CT Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex

Location:............................................................................. Orlando, Fla. Enrollment:...................................................................................59,785 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:................................................................................... Knights Colors:............................................................................. Black and Gold Stadium (Capacity):................... UCF Soccer and Track Complex (2,000) Head Coach:....................................................Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak Record at UCF/Years:................................................................ First Year 2012 Record:................................................................................ 17-5-2 2012 C-USA Record:................................................................ 8-3-0/3rd Series Record:........................................................ Memphis leads 8-4-1 Last Meeting:..................................... UCF 2, Memphis 0 (2012; El Paso)

Location:....................................................................... Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment:...................................................................................39,000 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:....................................................................................... Owls Colors:........................................................................ Cherry and White Stadium (Capacity):.................................. Ambler Sports Complex (n/a) Head Coach:............................................................... Seamus O’Connor Record at Temple/Years:........................................................... First Year 2012 Record:................................................................................ 5-12-3 2012 Atlantic 10 Record:..................................................... 2-6-1/T10th Series Record:.....................................................................First Meeting Last Meeting:......................................................................First Meeting

Location:............................................................................. Storrs, Conn. Enrollment:...................................................................................30,525 Conference:................................................................ American Athletic Nickname:.................................................................................. Huskies Colors:............................................................................ Blue and White Stadium (Capacity):......................... Joseph J. Morrone Stadium (4,407) Head Coach:........................................................................ Len Tsantiris Record at Connecticut/Years:................................ 500-171-50/32 years 2012 Record:.................................................................................. 9-8-2 2012 BIG EAST Record:............................................ 4-5-1/4th American Series Record:.....................................................................First Meeting Last Meeting:......................................................................First Meeting

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Soccer Contact:.................................................................. Jenna Marina Office/Cell:................................................ 407-823-2464/727-271-0227 Email:.............................................................jmarina@athletics.ucf.edu

Soccer Contact:......................................................................Steve Helm Office:............................................................................... 215-204-7446 Email:............................................................... steve.helm@temple.edu

Soccer Contact:.................................................................... Sagan Byrne Office:............................................................................... 860-486-4707 Email:...............................................................sagan.byrne@uconn.edu

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

August 23..................................................................................... at NJIT August 25................................................................... at Delaware State August 29................................................................ at Mount St. Mary’s September 1............................................................ at Loyola University September 6.............................................................................. Marshall September 8................................................................................... Rider September 13...................................................................... Binghamton September 15....................................................................... at Lafayette September 22...........................................................................Delaware September 26............................................................................ Houston September 29.................................................................................. SMU October 4......................................................................................at USF October 6..................................................................................... at UCF October 11...................................................................... at Connecticut October 17............................................................................... Louisville October 20.............................................................................. Cincinnati Ocotber 24...................................................................... at Memphis October 27............................................................................. at Rutgers

August 23............................................................................... Wisconsin August 25.................................................................................. Stanford August 28....................................................................at Boston College September 1............................................................ Central Connecticut September 6..................................................................................Maine September 8..............................................................................Syracuse September 13...........................................................................at Boston September 15........................................................................ Dartmouth September 19.............................................................................. La Salle September 22...................................................................... Georgetown September 26.................................................................................. SMU September 29............................................................................ Houston October 4..................................................................................... at UCF October 6......................................................................................at USF October 11.................................................................................. Temple October 17.............................................................................. Cincinnati October 20............................................................................... Louisville October 24............................................................................. at Rutgers October 27...................................................................... at Memphis

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2013 SCHEDULE August 23........................................................................ vs Washington August 25................................................................................ at Hawai’i August 30............................................................................... Tennessee September 1....................................................................at Florida State September 6.................................................................. vs North Florida September 8..................................................vs Middle Tennessee State September 13..............................................................................Stetson September 15............................................................................... Brown September 19..................................................................at Georgetown September 22............................................................. Florida Gulf Coast September 27....................................................................................USF October 4.............................................................................Connecticut October 6.................................................................................... Temple October 11..........................................................................at Cincinnati October 13........................................................................... at Louisville October 18..................................................................................Rutgers October 20.......................................................................... Memphis October 24............................................................................ at Houston October 27.................................................................................. at SMU

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2013 SCHEDULE August 23...................................................................Louisiana-Monroe August 25............................................................................. at Arkansas August 30........................................................................ Colorado State September 1..................................................................................Baylor September 6......................................................................... at Davidson September 8................................................................ at South Carolina September 12................................................................................... TCU September 16........................................................... Sam Houston State September 19...............................................................................DePaul September 26.................................................................. at Connecticut September 29.......................................................................... at Temple October 3................................................................................. Louisville October 6................................................................................ Cincinnati October 10...................................................................... at Memphis October 13............................................................................. at Rutgers October 18................................................................................ Houston October 24........................................................................................USF October 27....................................................................................... UCF

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Alabama W-4, L-1, T-1 Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Res L W T W W W

Houston W-7, L-7, T-1

Site Score Memphis 0-1 Tuscaloosa 2-0 Memphis 1-1/2ot Tuscaloosa 2-1 Memphis 4-0 Tuscaloosa 1-0

UM Record in Memphis: 1-1-1 UM Record in Tuscaloosa: 3-0 Monaghan vs Alabama: 4-1-1 Longest UM Win Streak: 3 (2009-11) Longest SAM Win Streak: 1 (2006)

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C i n c i n n at i W-1, L-9 Year 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2003 2004

Res L L L L L L L L L W

Site Memphis Cincinnati Charlotte Memphis Memphis Cincinnati Memphis Memphis Cincinnati Memphis

Score 0-6 1-5 1-2 2-3/ot 1-2 0-3 1-2 0-2 1-2 1-0/2ot

UM Record in Memphis: 1-5 UM Record in Cincinnati: 0-3 UM Record at Neutral: 0-1 Monaghan vs Cincinnati: 1-3 Longest UM Win Streak: 1  (2004) Longest UC Win Streak: 9 (1995-2003)

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Monaghan vs Connecticut: 0-0

Florida Atlantic W-1, L-0 Year 2002

Res Site Score W Boca Raton 2-1

UM Record in Memphis: 0-0 UM Record in Boca Raton: 1-0 Monaghan vs FAU: 1-0 Longest UM Win Streak: 1 (2002) Longest FAU Win Streak: 0

Monaghan vs FGCU: 0-0

Res L L L L L L W W W W W T W W L

Site Houston Memphis Houston Houston Memphis Houston Houston Memphis Houston Memphis Houston Memphis Orlando Houston Memphis

Score 0-2 1-3 0-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 2-0 3-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-1/2ot 1-0 2-1 0-1

UM Record in Memphis: 2-3-1 UM Record in Houston: 4-4 UM Record at Neutral; 1-0 Monaghan vs Houston: 7-5-1 Longest UM Win Streak: 5  (2004-09) Longest UH Win Streak: 6 (1998-03)

Louisville W-6, L-2, T-1 Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2011

Res L W W W W W L T L

Site Memphis Louisville Memphis Memphis Louisville Memphis Louisville Louisville Memphis

Score 0-1 2-1 2-0 6-0 2-1 6-2 0-1 1-1/2ot 0-2

Middle Tennessee W-3, L-1 Res W L W W

Res L L L T L W L W L L W W L W W

Site Oxford Memphis Oxford Memphis Oxford Memphis Oxford Oxford Memphis Oxford Memphis Oxford Memphis Oxford Memphis

Score 0-1 3-4/ot 0-6 1-1/ot 2-3 1-0 0-7 1-0 2-3 0-3 1-0 2-1 0-1 2-1 3-0

UM Record in Memphis: 3-3-1 UM Record in Oxford: 3-5 Monaghan vs Ole Miss: 6-4 Longest UM Win Streak: 2  (2007-08, 2010-11) Longest Miss. Win Streak: 3 (1995-97)

Missouri W-0, L-2

UM Record in Memphis: 3-2 UM Record in Louisville: 2-1-1 Monaghan vs Louisville: 1-2-1 Longest UM Win Streak: 5  (1996-2000) Longest UL Win Streak: 1 (3 Times)

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Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

SMU W-5, L-1, T-2

Site Memphis Memphis

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

UM Record in Memphis: 2-1 UM Record in Murfreesboro: 1-0 Monaghan vs Middle Tennessee: 3-1 Longest UM Win Streak: 2 (2005-12) Longest MTSU Win Streak: 1 (2004)

Year 2001 2012

Res Site L Columbia L Columbia

Score 2-3 1-5

UM Record in Memphis: 0-0 UM Record in Columbia: 0-2 Monaghan vs Missouri: 0-2 Longest UM Win Streak: 0 Longest MU Win Streak: 2 (2001-12)

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Samford W-2, L-3 Year 2005 2006 2007 2010 2011

Res L L L W W

Site Score Birmginham 1-2 Memphis 0-2 Birmingham 0-1 Memphis 3-0 Birmingham 2-0

UM Record in Memphis: 1-1 UM Record in Birmingham: 1-2 Monaghan vs Samford: 2-3 Longest UM Win Streak: 2 (2010-11) Longest SAM Win Streak: 3 (2005-07)

Year 2005 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012

Res L W W W W W T T

USF W-2, L-7

Site Dallas Memphis Dallas Memphis Dallas Dallas Memphis Dallas

Score 1-2 3-1 3-0 2-0 6-2 3-0 3-3/2ot 1-1/2ot

UM Record in Memphis: 2-0-1 UM Record in Dallas: 3-1-1 Monaghan vs SMU: 5-1-2 Longest UM Win Streak: 5  (2007-10) Longest SMU Win Streak: 1 (2005)

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Res L W L W L W W W T W W W L

Site Memphis Orlando Memphis El Paso Memphis Houston Orlando Dallas Memphis Orlando Orlando Memphis El Paso

Res L L L

V a n d e r b i lt W-2, L-2 Year 2000 2001 2011 2012

Res L L W W

Score 0-1 2-1 1-2/2ot 2-0 1-2/ot 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-1/2ot 1-0 3-0 2-1/ot 0-2

Site Memphis Tampa Tampa Memphis Memphis Memphis

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Site Nashville Memphis Nashville Nashville

Score 0-3 1-2 2-0 2-1/2ot

W e s t e r n K e n t u ck y W-2, L-0 Year 2009 2011

Res Site Score W Memphis 3-0 W Bowling Green 2-0

UM Record in Memphis: 1-0 UM Record in Bowling Green: 1-0 Monaghan vs Western Kentucky: 2-0 Longest UM Win Streak: 2 (2009-11) Longest WKU Win Streak: 0

USF W-2, L-7 Res W L L L L W

Score 0-2 0-1 0-4

UM Record in Memphis: 2-3 UM Record in Tampa: 0-4 Monaghan vs USF: 1-4 Longest UM Win Streak: 1  (2 Times) Longest USF Win Streak: 4 (1997-2000)

UM Record in Memphis: 1-3-1 UM Record in Orlando: 4-0 UM Record at Neutral; 3-1 Monaghan vs UCF: 8-4-1 Longest UM Win Streak: 3  (2 Times) Longest UCF Win Streak: 1 (4 Times)

Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Site Tampa Memphis Tampa

UM Record in Memphis: 0-1 UM Record in Nashville: 2-1 Monaghan vs Samford: 2-2 Longest UM Win Streak: 2 (2011-12) Longest VU Win Streak: 2 (2000-01)

UCF W-8, L-4, T-1 Year 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2012

Year 2002 2003 2004

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

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Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012

Mississippi W-6, L-8, T-1

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ALMA MATER Memphis, 1994 Bachelor’s degree in business management

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Three-year letterman at Memphis (1991-93)

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M e m p h i s , 1994 14 th S e a s o n

One-year letterman at Evansville (1990) Memphis All-Time Winningest Goalkeeper (38 Wins) Memphis Career Shutout Leader (24) 1992 All-Great Midwest Conference 1993 Great Midwest Conference Championship MVP U-20 U.S. National Team PROFESSIONAL CAREER 1995 New Orleans Gamblers (USISL) 1996 New Orleans Gamblers (USISL) 2002 Memphis Express COACHING EXPERIENCE 1995-99: Assistant coach at Memphis 2000-Pres.: Head coach at Memphis

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of the conference title. In 1993, Monaghan was the Defensive MVP of the league’s championship game, helping the Tigers to the tournament crown and their first NCAA Tournament appearance. His 38 goalkeeper wins still stand as the school record. A former prep standout at Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, Monaghan’s collegiate play earned him a spot on the U.S. U20 National Squad. Monaghan also played professionally, spending two seasons with the New Orleans Gamblers from 1995-96 and one with the Memphis Express in 2002. A Memphis native, Monaghan received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Memphis in 1994. He and his wife, Mary, reside in Collierville.

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COACHING HIGHLIGHTS 2007 and 2011 C-USA Coach of the Year C-USA Championship: 2007, 2008, 2011 C-USA Tournament Titles: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 School’s First Five NCAA College Cup Appearances 2009 C-USA SAAC Coaches Choice Award

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and I want to win. However, the foundation of our program is the student-athlete.” In 2012, Monaghan passed the 150-win plateau as the U of M posted a 10-8-1 record. The 10-win campaign gave Memphis its ninth-straight, 10-plus win season. The term “rebuilding year” could define the 2012 season, as 25 of the 30 players on the roster were underclassmen. The 2011 season went down as the best in school history. Memphis climbed as high as No. 3 in the national polls, the highest ranking for the program. The 2011 squad surged through the non-conference schedule with a 7-0 mark and won the C-USA title with a 10-0-1 record. The squad advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round, where it suffered its lone loss in a 22-1-1 season. A sign that a program is among the nation’s elite is its ability to win on the road, and under Monaghan’s direction, the Lady Tigers have done that in recent years. Monaghan has led Memphis to a 44-13-5 road mark the past seven seasons, helping the Lady Tigers putting their stamp on the national soccer scene. Prior to taking the head coaching duties, Monaghan served as the goalkeeping coach for former coach Les Szabo. Monaghan was a vital part of Szabo’s staff during the program’s first four seasons. When Monaghan became the Lady Tigers goalkeepers coach, he was already familiar with the demands of running a successful college soccer program, having enjoyed tremendous success during his playing career at Memphis. The former goalkeeper still holds school records for season (11) and career (24) shutouts. His 298 career saves rank second all-time, and he is second in season goalsagainst average (0.80). He was named All-Great Midwest Conference first team in 1992, after leading the Tigers to a share

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Thirteen seasons ago, Brooks Monaghan took over the Lady Tigers soccer program in hopes of taking it to new heights. Five league championships and 157 wins later, Monaghan has molded Memphis women’s soccer into a force to be reckoned with on a national level. Asked what his one lasting impression on the program would be and why in 2000, Monaghan responded: “I would like my student-athletes to know that I gave everything I had to make this program better. I would want the young ladies to leave here knowing that they not only grew as players, but also as people.” Monaghan, the 2007 and 2011 Conference USA Coach of the Year, has seen the Lady Tigers flourish on and off the field since his tenure began back in 2000. The program has claimed five-straight National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Awards, the 2009 C-USA Sport Academic Award, 14 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District IV selections and four NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-Americans. Since Monaghan’s first season in 2000, the team has not posted a composite gradepoint average below 3.1. On the field, team and individual success have become the norm in the Monaghan era. The Lady Tigers has won five C-USA Championships and has made five NCAA Tournament appearances (200711). Individually, Memphis has had 14 C-USA Player of the Year winners (5 Offensive/3 Defensive/2 Midfielder/4 Freshman), 34 All-C-USA picks, 16 AllC-USA Freshman Team selections, five All-Americans and one Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award honoree. “The most important thing we can do as coaches is try to prepare young people for success later in life,” Monaghan said. “Soccer is important to me,

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Y e a r -B y -Y e a r W i th B r o o ks M o n a g ha n Record 9-11-0 5-13-1 9-10-1 5-10-3 11-8-0 12-7-0 11-6-3 17-4-1 15-5-2 16-7-0 15-4-3 22-1-1 10-8-1 157-94-16

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Pct. .450 .289 .475 .361 .578 .631 .625 .795 .727 .696 .786 .938 .553 .618

Conf. Record 3-8-0 3-7-0 5-5-0 2-7-1 5-5-0 6-3-0 6-2-2 7-1-1 8-2-1 8-3-0 7-1-3 10-0-1 6-4-1 76-48-10

Conf. Finish 9th/12 (C-USA) T9th/14 (C-USA) T8th/14 (C-USA) 13th/14 (C-USA) 7th/14 (C-USA) 5th/12 (C-USA) 3rd/12 (C-USA) T1st/12 (C-USA) T1st/12 (C-USA) 3rd/12 (C-USA) 2nd/11 (C-USA) 1st/11 (C-USA) 6th/11 (C-USA)

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Year School 2000 Memphis 2001 Memphis 2002 Memphis 2003 Memphis 2004 Memphis 2005 Memphis 2006 Memphis 2007 Memphis 2008 Memphis 2009 Memphis 2010 Memphis 2011 Memphis 2012 Memphis Career Record


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ALMA MATER Louisville, 2007

PROFESSIONAL CAREER 2005 Columbus Crew Defensive Player of the Year

As a professional, Walker was a member of Universidad Catolica’s championship team in Chile’s first division in 2002, and he also played in multiple Copa Libertadores tournaments. He finished his South American career with Colo Colo, the only Chilean club to ever win Copa Libertadores. Walker’s final professional stop was with the MLS’s Columbus Crew, where he won the team’s 2005 Defensive Player of the Year Award after finishing second in MLS with a 1.12 goals-against average. From 2003-05, Walker played with MLS’s NY/NJ MetroStars, and in 2003, he became the third goalkeeper in MLS history to finish a season with a sub-1.00 goals-against average with a league-best 0.95 mark. In 2004, Walker started and played three matches for the U.S. National Team, including a 1-0 shutout victory over Mexico. Walker graduated from Louisville in 2007. He and his wife, Shauna, have two sons, Seth and Adam.

2004 U.S. National Team member 2000 Member of Universidad Catolica championship team 2001 Chilean Goalkeeper of the Year First American born soccer player to successfully play in South America (Chile) COACHING EXPERIENCE 2009-Pres.: Assistant coach at Memphis

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L o u i s v i l l e , 2007 F i fth S e a s o n Memphis native and longtime professional goalkeeper Jonny Walker joined Coach Brooks Monaghan’s staff in 2009. Walker brings with him more than a decade of record-setting professional experience, including becoming the first American soccer player to establish a successful professional career in South America (Chile) and completing two different stints in Major League Soccer (MLS). Walker has consistently groomed success in goalkeepers, as each of his four years on staff has produced at least one school record. In 2009, the trio of keepers combined for a record 12 shutouts. In 2010, the squad posted a second-straight, sub1.00 goals-against average, the first time that occurred in consecutive seasons in program history. The trend continued in 2011 as Elise KuharPitters posted records with 15 shutouts and a 0.46 goals-against average. Under Walker’s guidance, Kuhar-Pitters was an NSCAA All-American second team selection, becoming the first keeper to earn All-America honors in program history. In addition to his work with the goalkeepers, Walker has a large impact on the defensive unit.

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BORN September 13 Hometown - Memphis, Tenn.

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BORN August 15 Hometown - Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

Jodi Grant

ALMA MATER Memphis, 1999 Bachelor’s degree in exercise and sport science Master’s degree in student personnel services

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M e m p h i s , 1999 14 th S e a s o n

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS Four-year letterwinner at U of M (1995-99) C-USA All-Freshman Team (1995) All-C-USA Third Team (1997) M Club Hall of Fame (2003) COACHING EXPERIENCE 2000-Pres.: Assistant coach at Memphis

birth to a son, Hayden, in January of 2009 and a daughter, Katelyn, in March of 2011. The Grant family resides in Memphis.

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success in the classroom. In eight of the last nine seasons, Memphis was a recipient of the team academic award from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), and in the last five semesters, Memphis has had 24 or more players finish with a grade-point average above 3.0. The 2009 Lady Tigers combined to post a program-record 3.6 grade-point average. Grant earned her undergraduate degree in exercise and sport science from Memphis in 1999 and also earned a master’s degree in student personnel services from the U of M in 2002. Formerly Jodi Fisher, she married Memphis men’s soccer head coach Richie Grant in May of 2006. She gave

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Jodi Grant is every head coach’s wish. She is an assistant coach whose talent goes beyond any boundaries. Grant has been a part of the women’s soccer program since its inception in 1995. Along with head coach Brooks Monaghan, Grant has led the Lady Tigers program to five conference titles and five NCAA College Cup appearances. “This program would not be where it is without Jodi,” Monaghan said. “I look at her as a co-head coach. Jodi is irreplaceable, and she deserves as much credit as I do for our success.” A native of Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada, Grant is in her 14th season as a Lady Tigers assistant coach in 2013. Prior to that, she served as a graduate assistant coach for one season and as a volunteer assistant coach for a year. Grant has also been a great recruiter in her native country, as Memphis has brought in several Canadians over the past few years. Grant first came to the University of Memphis as a player on the inaugural Lady Tigers squad in 1995. In her four seasons wearing the Blue and Gray, Grant tallied 94 points, 33 goals and 26 assists, setting program records in points and goals. Grant’s records were passed by Kylie Hayes (2005-08). Grant is also the co-holder of the single-game assists record (4) and is second on the assists charts for both a season (11) and career (26). A 1997 All-C-USA third team selection as a junior, Grant also was named to the 1995 C-USA All-Freshman Team. She was recognized for her on the field success as the first women’s soccer student-athlete inducted into the M Club Hall of Fame in 2003. In addition to helping Monaghan with on-field coaching duties and recruiting, Grant also has played an instrumental part in the Lady Tigers’

Member of the inaugural Memphis women’s soccer team

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2013 Memphis Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 33 88

Name Christa Strickland Kelley Gravlin Alena Strnadova Elysia Masters Ginesha Pickersgill McKenzie Bricker Kylie Davis Diamond Simpson Val Sanderson Christabel Oduro Nugene Nugent Honeye Heydari Kaitlyn Atkins Nicole Zeidler Alex Craig Carly Cassady Jennifer Boudreau Marissa Duguay Danielle Tolmais Summer Schafer Christi Padgett Ashlynn Jones Lucy Cunningham Samantha Keane Emily Adamic Kayla Dowler Alison Holland Maryse Bard-Martel

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

Cl. So. r-Jr. r-Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. So. Fr Fr. Fr.

Ht. 5-7 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-1 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-7 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-8

Hometown/Last School Fayetteville, Ga./Whitewater HS St. Charles, Mo./Incarnate Word Academy Las Cruces, N.M./Las Cruces HS Burlington, Ontario, Canada/Nelson HS Kingston, Jamaica/Navarro College Collierville, Tenn./Collierville HS L’lle-Bizard, Quebec, Canada/John Rennie HS Mississaugua, Ontario, Canada/St. Joseph’s Secondary Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada/Ecole Des Sources Brampton, Ontario, Canada/St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary Amett Garden, Jamaica/Navarro College Jackson, Tenn./Mississippi State Overland Park, Kan./Olathe East HS Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Archbishop Jordan Catholic HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Longview, Texas/Longview HS Quispamsis, New Brunswick, Canada/Rothesay HS St. Louis, Mo./Lafayette HS Oak Brook, Ill./Downers Grove North HS Franklin, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Pickerington, Ohio/Pickerington North HS Formby, Liverpool/Range HS Keller, Texas/Keller HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Harry Ainlay HS Birmingham, Ala./Mountain Brook HS Troy, Mich./Troy HS Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada/Ecole Des Sources

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Brooks Monaghan (University of Memphis, 1994/14th Season) Assistant Coach: Jonny Walker (University of Louisville, 2007/Fifth Season) Assistant Coach: Jodi Grant (University of Memphis, 1999/14th Season)

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Alphabetical Roster 5 2 13 88 17 6 16 15 23 7 27 18 2 12 33 22 24 4 11 10 21 5 9 20 8 1 3 19 14

Emily Adamic Kaitlyn Atkins Maryse Bard-Martel Jennifer Boudreau McKenzie Bricker Carly Cassady Alex Craig Lucy Cunningham Kylie Davis Kayla Dowler Marissa Duguay Kelley Gravlin Honeye Heydari Alison Holland Ashlynn Jones Samantha Keane Elysia Masters Nugene Nugent Christabel Oduro Christi Padgett Ginesha Pickersgill Val Sanderson Summer Schafer Diamond Simpson Christa Strickland Alena Strnadova Danielle Tolmais Nicole Zeidler

M F/M GK D M/F D/M M D M/F M/F D/M M/D M/F GK F D D M/F F/M F/M D/M F F/M D/M GK M M/F F/D

Breakdown By Class SENIORS (1) Christabel Oduro JUNIORS (9) Kaitlyn Atkins, Carly Cassady, Alex Craig, Kylie Davis, Kelley Gravlin, Nugene Nugent, Ginesha Pickersgill, Alena Strnadova, Nicole Zeidler SOPHOMORES (9) Emily Adamic, Lucy Cunningham, Marissa Duguay, Honeye Heydari, Samantha Keane, Elysia Masters, Christi Padgett, Diamond Simpson, Christa Strickland

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FRESHMEN (9) Maryse Bard-Martel, Jennifer Boudreau, McKenzie Bricker, Kayla Dowler, Alison Holland, Ashlynn Jones, Val Sanderson, Summer Schafer, Danielle Tolmais

P r o n u n c i at i o n G u i d e Marse................................................................... muh-REESE CANADA (9) Adamic, Bard-Martel, Craig, Davis, Duguay, Masters, Oduro, Sanderson, Simpson TENNESSEE (3) Bricker, Heydari, Padgett KANSAS (2) Atkins, Cassady MISSOURI (2) Gravlin, Tolmais TEXAS (2) Boudreau, Keane

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ARIZONA (1) Zeidler GEORGIA (1) Strickland ILLINOIS (1) Schafer

Bard-Martel........................................................ Bard-Mar-tel Boudreau.................................................................BOO-droh Cassady.................................................................. cass-a-DEE Duguay..................................................................... DO-gway Honeye....................................................................... HON-ya

MICHIGAN (1) Holland

Heydari.............................................................. Huh-DARE-ee

OHIO (1) Jones

Oduro...................................................................... O-dur-OO

Keane...............................................................................Keen

NEW MEXICO (1) Strnadova

Strnadova.................................................. STRIN-uh-doe-vuh

ENGLAND (1) Cunningham

Zeidler.......................................................................... ZID-ler

Tolmais......................................................................TOL-may

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Prior to Memphis Honored nationally as a 2010-11 Wendy’s High School Heisman Award recipient ... Led her high school squad to two 5-5A district championships ... MVP of the 2008 Nike-Red Bull Invitational Showcase of Champions ... Played on the club level with the D’Feeters 93 squad ... Under the tutelage of Coach David Pfeil, the D’Feeters claimed the 2008 and 2010 USYS Region III Premiere League West Championships ... Member of the South Texas State ODP (2003-04), North Texas State ODP (2007-present) teams and the ODP Region III Pool (2008-present) ... Helped ODP Region III squad claim the 2009 ODP National Championship. Personal Daughter of Paul and Diana Wagner and Bill and Rachel Brown ... Enjoys traveling, watching TV, drawing, camping, horse riding, fishing and kayaking ... Also likes tennis, swimming, tubing, wake-boarding, skiing, surfing, hockey and anything outdoors.

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Personal Daughter of Holly Miller and Stuart Adamic ... Also a basketball point guard, volleyball setter and track and field participant ... Her grandfather won a gold medal for Canada in ice hockey at the 1952 Winter Olympics in Norway.

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18

7

0

0-0

#13

F o r wa r d / M i d f i e l d e r

K a i t l y n A tk i n s

History

J u n i o r • 2L 5-4 Overland Park, Kan. O l ath e E a s t HS M aj o r : T e ach i n g A l l L e a r n e r s

2012 (S o p h o m o r e ) Tied as squad’s third-leading scorer with 14 points (4 goals, 6 assists) ... Tied for second on team with six assists ... Tied as team’s fourth-leading goal scorer with four ... Saw action in all 19 contests and started 15 matches ... Scored first goal of the season against Arkansas State Aug. 31 ... Picked up an assist in the next match against Oklahoma State Sept. 2 ... Handed out three assists in a two-game weekend (Sept. 14-16) sweep of SEMO and Middle Tennesse ... Punched in a goal against Marshall on Sept. 30 ... Logged golden goal in win at Colorado College Oct. 5 ... Also assisted on a goal in Colorado College match ... Capped her season with a goal and an assist in a win at UAB Oct. 25.

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2011 (F r e s h m a n ) Saw action in all 24 contests and made seven starts ... Finished the season with five goals, including two game-winners, and five assists for 15 points ... Registered first career goal and added an assist for her first multi-point match against LSU in the season

Coaching Staff

Prior to Memphis A multi-sport letterwinner at Hairy Ainlay High School ... Voted by her teammates as the Titan Award winner, recognizing sportsmanship, dedication and character ... Earned wealth of playing experience for various Canadian Soccer Association teams, including the U13, U14 and U16 Alberta Soccer Association all-star teams ... Won bronze medals at the 2008 and 2010 Canadian Soccer Association All-Star Nationals ... A National Training Center participant since 2010 ... Helped her club squad, Victoria Soccer Club, to the 2011 provincial gold medal ... Her club team also won the bronze medal at Canadian Nationals.

Prior to Memphis Earned three varsity letters ... Scored the game-winning goal to lift Olathe East to the 2008 6A Kansas state championship ... A 2010 all-state first team selection ... Named the 2010 Sunflower League Offensive Player of the Year ... On the club level, competed for U17 Blue Valley Stars Mallorca ... Member of the 2008 ODP Region 2 Championship squad and participated in the 2009 ODP National Championship in Dallas, Texas ... Member of the Kansas ODP Team since 2004.

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Media

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Played in all 19 games and made 17 starts ... Finished the year with a goal and two assists (four points) ... Fired 18 shots, including seven on goal ... Notched first career goal against East Carolina Sept. 28 ... Logged first career assist versus SEMO Sept. 14 ... Registered second assist of season versus Middle Tennessee Sept. 16.

opener ... Notched an assist against UALR and added two more assists against Samford and Western Kentucky ... Scored her second goal in the 3-3 draw against SMU ... Provided all the scoring in the regular-season finale at UAB with two goals, both in the second half ... Had an assist against East Carolina in the C-USA Tournament ... Notched the game-winner in overtime of the C-USA Tournament final against UTEP.

K a i t ly n A tk i n s

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#17

C a r ly C a s s a dy

Defender

Jennifer Boudreau

Coaching Staff

Media

M ajor : H ealth & H uman

Prior to Memphis A four-year varsity defender for Longview High School ... Helped lead squad to 2010 and 2012 Texas UIL District Championships ... The 2010 squad was a Texas UIL Regional Finalist ... Picked up 2010 and 2011 all-district honors ... Member of the North Texas state ODP team the last three years ... Played club soccer for Solar Chelsea, a two-plus hour drive from Longview. Personal Daughter of George and Joanne Boudreau ... Enjoys photography, running and spending time at the beach or lake ... National Honor Society member ... Her father, George, started four years as a Division III college player ... Her father also played club hockey for the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point ... Her grandfather, Joe Gallo, was drafted by the Philadelphia Warriors in 1960 after scoring 1,053 points at St. Joseph’s University.

Players

#6

2012 Review

M i d f i e l d e r / F o r wa r d

M c K e n z i e B r i ck e r

M ajor : H ealth & H uman

History

F r e s h m a n • HS 5-6 Longview, Texas L o n g v i e w HS P erformance /E xercise S cience

F r e s h m a n • HS 5-4 Collierville, Tenn. C o l l i e r v i l l e HS P erformance /E xercise S cience

Prior to Memphis In 2012, opted out of her senior year of high school competition to play for the Ginnett Soccer Club ... Had two goals and a team-high eight assists in 17 games for the Elite Clubs National League ... As a junior in 2011, played for Collierville High School and scored 16 goals and handed out three assists ... Named a Commerical Appeal Best of the Preps finalist ... Honored as an ESPNHS/Tennessee All-Star on the ESPNHS Girls Soccer All-State teams ... Named to the 2011 Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State ... Helped Collierville advance to the Tennessee state tournament quarterfinals all three seasons ... Member of the Tennessee ODP squad since 2006 and member of the Region 3 ODP team in 2009 and 2011 ... Participated in the U.S. Women’s National Team training camp in February of 2012 ... Member of the U15 US National Team in 2009-10 ... Also played club soccer for the Lady Lobos of the Collierville Soccer Association ... Lobos advanced to the 2010, 2011 and 2012 state finals, winning championships in 2010 and 2012. Personal Daughter of Scott Bricker and the late Diane Bricker ... Enjoys playing guitar and listening to music, running, spending time at the lake and watching sporting events ... Member of FCA and Young Life ... Threeyear member of the Principal’s Honor Roll.

#16

#15

Defender/Midfielder

C a r ly C a s s a d y

M aj o r : E a r th

J u n i o r • 2L 5-5 Lenexa, Kan. S haw n e e M i s s i o n W e s t HS S c i e n c e /G e o g r a p h y

M ajor : H ealth

2012 (S o p h o m o r e ) Appeared in 15 matches and made 10 starts ... Helped defense to hold seven foes to one or fewer goals ... Had eight shots ... Logged her lone assist of the season against East Carolina Sept. 28. 2011 (F r e s h m a n ) Played in all 24 games and earned 23 starts at defender ... Helped the defense post single-season records for goals-against average, goals allowed and shutouts ... Scored three points on one goal and one assist ... Had nine shots, including five on goal ... Notched her first career goal against Charlotte ... Logged an assist in the NCAA Tournament win over UT Martin. Prior to Memphis Prepped at Shawnee Mission West High, where she earned both all-state first team and all-state honorable mention at midfield ... Also competed for Coach Huw Williams’ club team, KCFC Intensity ... Helped lead KCFC to six state championships ... A Kansas ODP Team member. Personal Daughter of Chuck and Pat Cassady ... Enjoys hanging out with friends, shopping, listening to music and playing with her dogs.

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C a s s a dy ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s

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Midfielder

Alex Craig

YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2011

24-23

1

1

3

9

5

0

0-0

2012

15-10

0

1

1

8

1

0

0-0

Total

39-33

1

2

4

17

6

0

0-0

J u n i o r • 2L 5-8 E d m o n t o n , A l b e r ta , C a n a n d a A r ch b i s h o p J o r d a n C ath o l i c HS & H uman P erformance /E xercise S cience

2012 (S o p h o m o r e ) Played in 11 matches ... Six of her 11 appearances came in league games ... Notched first career assist against Arkansas State Aug. 31. 2011 (F r e s h m a n ) Saw action in seven matches ... Six of her seven appearances came in conference games or postseason play. Prior to Memphis Received Rookie of the Year and MVP honors during her prep career ... Also spent time with the Edmonton Victoria Soccer Club under head coach Rick Haxby ... Member of the U13-U16 Alberta Soccer Association provincial teams from 2005-09 ... Played for the U18 Alberta, Canada, Summer Games Team ... Earned seven Alberta Provincial Championships with the Sherwood Park Rangers (U12-U16) ... With the Edmonton Victoria Soccer Club, won the 2010 Major League Provincial Championship ... Also earned the silver medal in the 2010 Women’s Major League National Championship ... Four-year member of the Canada Soccer Association National Training Centre-Prairies (2007-11) ... Current member of the Canadian U20 National Pool. Personal Daughter of Doug and Jennifer Craig ... Likes listening to music and watching sports ... Also enjoys working-out and skiing ... Ran track in high school.

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C r a i g ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2011

7-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

2012

11-0

0

1

1

4

1

0

0-0

Total

18-0

0

1

1

4

1

0

0-0

#23

Defender

L u c y C u n n i n g ha m

Personal Daughter of Joanne and Steve Davis ... Enjoys baking, reading and spending time with family ... Also likes running and golfing.

M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

Prior to Memphis Helped Range High School to the 2010 and 2011 league championships ... Range High School also won the 2010-11 Country Cup ... On the club level, played for the Everton F.C. reserves. Personal Daughter of Lisa Lasney and Martin Cunningham ... Enjoys walking her dogs, yoga, reading and hanging out with friends.

YR 2012

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

5-0

0

0

0

3

2

0

0-0

#7

F o r wa r d / M i d f i e l d e r

Kylie Davis

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2

5

9

45

19

1

0-0

2012

14-14

5

6

16

29

13

3

1-2

Total

38-32

7

11

25

74

32

4

1-2

#27

M i d f i e l d e r / F o r wa r d

K ay l a D o w l e r F r e s h m a n • HS 5-5 B i r m i n g ha m , A l a . M o u n ta i n B r o o k HS M aj o r : P sych o l o gy

Prior to Memphis Helped Mountain Brook High School to a 22-3-2 record and the 2013 Class 6A state championship ... Garnered state playoffs MVP honors after recording a goal in championship match ... Helped team advance to 2012 state quarterfinals and a 16-6-1 record ... Played club soccer for Birmingham United for four seasons and the Gwinnet Soccer Association for one year ... Alabama ODP state team member from 2007-10.

Prior to Memphis Named the 2010 New Brunswick Soccer Player of the Year ... Collected numerous honors throughout her career, including MVP of the 2011 Ottawa Fury U17 squad ... Three-year member of the Canadian National Training Centre-Atlantic ... Participated in the 2009 Summer Canada Games as the team’s youngest member ... Named to the 2012 Super Y-League National ODP team and went to the 2011 Select A Team Super Y-League ODP National Camp ... Earned provincial championships with U14 and U16 New Brunswick squads ... Earned letters at Rothesay High School in soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton and cross country. Personal Daughter of Roddie and Mariette Duguay ... Enjoys being with friends and listening to music, biking and skating ... A high honors student at Rothesay High School and a member of the Reach for the Top Club. D u g u ay ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2012

19-19

0

1

1

13

5

0

0-0

Personal Daughter of Mark and Michelle Dowler ... Enjoys reading, writing, art, scrapbooking and being outdoors ... Her grandfather played for the Green Bay Packers (1959-69) and Washington Redskins (1971).

History

2012 (S o p h o m o r e ) Named All-Conference USA first team ... An NSCAA All-Central Region second team pick ... Team’s second-leading scorer with 16 points (5 goals, 6 assists) ... Squad’s third-leading goal scorer with five ... Tied for second on team with six assists ... Started all 14 matches in which she played ... Missed five games due to injury ... Scored her first goal of season against Oklahoma State Sept. 2 ... Credited with assist in Sept. 6 win at Vanderbilt ... Scored a goal in four-straight games from September 14-23 (SEMO, Middle Tennessee, UCF, Southern Miss) ... Added an assist against Southern Miss ... Notched three assists against Marshall Sept. 30 ... Picked up her sixth assist of season at UAB Oct. 25.

G

24-18

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Started all 19 matches ... Helped a young defense post four shutouts and hold 10 opponents to one or fewer goals ... Recorded her first career point on her first career assist at UAB Oct. 25 ... Registered 13 shots, including on goal.

2012 Review

J u n i o r • 2L 5-6 L’ l l e -B i z a r d , Q u e b e c , C a n a d a J o h n R e n n i e HS M aj o r : B i o m e d i ca l E n g i n e e r i n g

GP-GS

2011

S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-9 Q u i s pa m s a s , N e w B r u n s w i ck , C a n a d a R o th e s ay HS M aj o r : B u s i n e s s E c o n o m i c s

Players

C u n n i n g ha m ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s

D av i s ’ C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

Defender/Midfielder

M a r i s s a D u g u ay

Coaching Staff

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Appeared in five matches ... Three of her five appearances came in league play ... Registered three shots, including two on goal.

#18

Media

S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-4 F o r m by , L i v e r p o o l , E n g l a n d R a n g e HS

Prior to Memphis Named the 2010 Quebec Female Player of the Year ... Helped the Renegades claim medals in 2007-10 play, including gold medal honors at the 2009 Provincial Championships ... On the club level, played for Coach Rudy Doliscat and the Lac-St-Louis Lakers ... Helped the U17 Canadian National Team claim the 2010 CONCACAF Championship ... Played in the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago.

2012 (C a n a d a U20) Member of the 2012 Canada U20 Women’s Team that played for the World Cup in Japan in August and September of 2012. 2011 (F r e s h m a n ) Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Played in all 24 matches and made 18 starts ... Scored nine points (2 goals, 5 assists) ... Tied for third on team with five assists ... Netted first career goal against UALR and added a second at Houston in the league opener ... Recorded first career assist at Vanderbilt.

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#2

Midfielder/Defender

Kelley Gravlin

Coaching Staff

Media

J u n i o r • 2L 5-4 S t . C ha r l e s , M o . I n ca r n at e W o r d A ca d e m y M aj o r : P r e -M e cha n i ca l E n g i n e e r i n g

2012 (S o p h o m o r e ) Moved to the center-back position and served as a team captain ... Injuries limited her to 13 appearances and 12 starts ... Had eight shots, including two on goal ... Logged lone assist of season on golden goal at Vanderbilt Sept. 6. 2011 (R e d s h i r t F r e s h m a n ) Coming off a redshirt season, played in all 24 games and earned 22 starts ... Finished year with four goals and four assists (12 points) ... Had 48 shots, including 21 on goal ... Notched first career goal, a game-winner, against LSU in the season opener ... In following game, registered first career assist versus UALR ... Recorded an assist against Western Kentucky ... Had a goal and assist against Charlotte ... Posted goals in wins over Colorado College and Southern Miss ... Had an assist in win at East Carolina.

2012 Review

Players

2010 (F r e s h m a n ) Redshirted. Prior to Memphis Earned three varsity letters at Incarnate Word Academy, which won 2008 and 2009 state championships ... Honorable mention selection to the ESPN Rise Spring Girls Soccer All-America Team in July 2009 ... A three-time all-conference pick ... Also named 2009 all-metro first team, 2009 all-state first team, 2009 all-star first team and all-metro honorable mention (twice) ... Named one of six Future Stars by the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame ... As a member of Saint Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club, won four state championships ... Member of the ‘92 national soccer pool in 2006 and 2007... Also a member of the Region 2 ODP Team since 2006 and the Missouri State ODP Team since 2006.

Personal Daughter of Bill and Patti Gravlin ... Hobbies include reading, swimming and hanging out with friends ... Enjoys playing pickle-ball, ping pong and sand volleyball when not playing soccer ... Member of the Incarnate Word Academy Student Council and National Honor Society ... Served as a student ambassador in high school.

Personal Daughter of Saeed and Maryam Heydari ... Also excelled on the track, earning all-state honors on the 2009 state title-winning 4x800-meter relay team. H e y d a r i ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s

G r av l i n ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2011

24-22

4

4

12

48

21

1

0-0

2012

13-12

0

1

1

8

2

0

0-0

Total

37-34

4

5

13

56

23

1

0-0

#12

of the Collierville Soccer Association ... Helped the Lobos to the Tennessee D1 state finals ... Scored 20 goals for the Lobos.

YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2012*

20-13

6

5

17

49

20

2

0-0

* at Mississippi State

#33

Goalkeeper

Alison Holland

M i d f i e l d e r / F o r wa r d

Honeye Heydari S o p h o m o r e • TR 5-7 J acks o n , T e n n . M i s s i s s i p p i S tat e M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

2012 (F r e s h m a n at M i s s i s s i p p i S tat e ) Played in all 20 matches and earned 13 starts ... The Bulldogs’ second-leading scorer with 17 points on six goals and five assists ... Her five assists led the team ... Placed 20-of-49 shots on goal ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week Sept. 4 after scoring three goals against Louisiana-Monroe and Georgia State (2) ... Two of her six goals were game -winners. Prior to Memphis Played her prep career at University School of Jackson ... Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors all four years of high school ... Broke school’s career scoring record with 328 points on 149 goals and 30 assists ... Helped squad to back-to-back state championships in her final two seasons ... Named the 2011 and 2012 Jackson Sun Player of the Year ... Had 36 goals and five assists her senior season ... Posted 30 goals and 14 assists in junior season ... Member of the Tennessee state ODP team in 2009 and 2010 ... Played on the club level for the Lobos

F r e s h m a n • HS 5-6 T r oy , M i ch . T r oy HS M aj o r : P r e -B i o m e d i ca l E n g i n e e r i n g

Prior to Memphis Helped Troy High School to the Division I state finals in her last two seasons ... Four-year letterwinner ... Picked up 2011 and 2012 all-state honors ... Named a 2013 ESPN Top 150 player ... Holds the school’s season shutouts record with 17 ... Had 17 shutouts in both 2010 and 2011 ... Played club soccer for the Michigan Hawks and helped the team to the 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012 state titles ... Club team advanced to the 2012 Elite Clubs National League National Championship ... Member of the Michigan state ODP team since 2008 and was in the Region II ODP pool in 2010 ... Allowed only one goal in State Cup pool play quarterfinal, semifinal and final games ... Participated in the U.S. Soccer Training Center in 2010. Personal Daughter of Dave and Kathy Holland ... Enjoys yoga, playing with her dogs and going to Starbucks ... Completed eight AP classes and plans to attend the Helen Hardin Honors program on campus. #22

F o r wa r d

A s h ly n n J o n e s History

F r e s h m a n • HS 5-7 P i ck e r i n g t o n , O h i o P i ck e r i n g t o n N o r th HS M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

Prior to Memphis Paced the Pickerington North High School squad to the 2010 and 2012 state semifinals ... The 2010 team advanced to the state championship game ... A 2012 all-state first team selection ... Also earned 2012 all-region and all-district accolades ... Holds school records for goals scored in regular season and postseason games ... Sat out the 2011 high school season to focus on club soccer ... On club level, played for Blast FC, which claimed the 2010 and 2012 state championships and finished runner-up in 2009 and 2011 ... Member of the Ohio state ODP team, the ODP regional team ... Invited to the ODP National Pool camp.

20

Personal Daughter of Thomas and Vonetta Jones ... Enjoys volunteering her time to help younger children in the community ... Likes to sled, fish and swim and spending time with her family ... Member of the Youth

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Connections Club and Nellies Club at Pickerington North High School. #24

C h r i s ta b e l O d u r o

Defender

S a m a n tha K e a n e S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-4 Keller, Texas K e l l e r HS M aj o r : B i o l o gy

Media

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Played in two matches ... Earned minutes against Southern Miss.

Coaching Staff

Prior to Memphis Missed the final two seasons of her Keller High School career due to injury ... On the club level, led the Dallas Texans to two runner-up finishes and two appearances at nationals ... Member of the Texas State ODP squad. Personal Daughter of Paul and Cindy Keane ... Enjoys watching movies, swimming, camping and water skiing ... Member of the Circle of Friends group at Keller High School ... Earned the Presidential Gold Award. K e a n e ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

#4

All-America honors in consecutive seasons (2011 first team; 2012 second team) ... Had multiple goals in seven games in 2012, including two hat tricks ... Scored five goals in a match against Paris Junior College Sept. 22 ... Member of the Jamaica U20 squad ... Competed in the 2012 CONCACAF Championships in Panama.

Defender

E ly s i a M a s t e r s

M aj o r : B i o m e d i ca l

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Played in four games ... Two of her four appearances came in league games ... Registered first collegiate shot on goal against SEMO Sept. 14.

Personal Daughter of David Masters and Heidi Bryck ... Enjoys reading, swimming, snowboarding and watching cooking shows. M a s t e r s ’ C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR 2012

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

4-0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0-0

#11

M i d f i e l d e r / F o r wa r d

Nugene Nugent J u n i o r • TR 5-7 A m e tt G a r d e n , J a m a i ca N ava r r o C o l l e g e M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

F o r wa r d / M i d f i e l d e r

C h r i s ta b e l O d u r o S e n i o r • 3L 5-3 B r a m p t o n , O n ta r i o , C a n a d a S t . T h o m a s A q u i n a s S e c o n d a ry M aj o r : S p o r t s M a n a g e m e n t

2013 (C a n a d a N at i o n a l T e a m ) Called up to the Canada Women’s National Team for the 2013 Cyprus Cup ... Has appeared in three camps for the full national squad. 2012 (J u n i o r ) Named the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year for the second-straight season ... Selected to All-C-USA first team ... Team leader in scoring (34 points), goals scored (13) and assists (8) ... Tied for team high with three game-winning scores ... Led C-USA in scoring and goals scored ... Played in 17 of 19 matches, missing one due to playing in the U20 Women’s World Cup ... Started 15 matches ... Scored a point in 13 of the 17 matches in which she played ... Had assist in win over Arkansas State Aug. 31 ... Netted her first goal of season at Vanderbilt Sept. 6 ... Scored four goals in a three-game span versus LSU (1), SEMO (1) and Middle Tennessee (2) ... Had two goals and assist in a win over Southern Miss ... Scored the game-winner against East Carolina Sept. 28 ... Had a goal and three assists in win over Marshall Sept. 30 for her second five-point game of the season

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2010 (F r e s h m a n ) Saw action in all 22 contests and started 13 ... Finished the season in the team’s top-five for goals scored, assists, shots-on-goal and points scored ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Conference USA Championship semifinal victory over Houston. Prior to Memphis A multi-sport athlete at St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School, playing point guard for the basketball team and outside hitter for the volleyball team and also running cross country ... A three-time Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROOPSSAA) champion in soccer ... The 2009 squad

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Prior to Memphis Scored 23 goals and added 19 assists for the 17-3-2 Navarro College team in 2012 ... Garnered National Junior College Athletic Aassociation (NJCAA)

#10

2011 (S o p h o m o r e ) An NSCAA All-American third team pick ... Earned the C-USA Offensive Player of the Year honor ... Named All-C-USA first team ... Selected the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week three times ... Appeared on Soccer America’s National Team of the Week twice ... Led team and C-USA in scoring (39 points) and goals scored (16) ... Second on team in assists (7) ... Opened season with a goal in win over LSU ... Netted the game-winner at Alabama ... Had a goal against Ole Miss ... Posted a goal and an assist versus Charlotte ... Had an assist in the win at Houston and the game-winning goal at Rice ... Scored goals in four-straight C-USA games and had two goals against UCF, including the game-winner ... Had a goal and an assist in the C-USA Championship game victory ... Earned C-USA Championship Offensive MVP honors ... Scored four goals and added an assist in NCAA Tournament win over UT Martin.

History

Prior to Memphis Started two seasons for the Nelson High School varsity squad ... Participated in the 2010 Disney Showcase Tournament ... Member of the Canadian National Training Camp ... Played club soccer for the Oakville Titans.

Personal Daughter of Marsha Bennett ... Enjoys watching TV and listening to music.

2012 (C a n a d a U20) Member of the 2012 Canada U20 Women’s Team that played for the World Cup in Japan in August and September of 2012.

2012 Review

S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-3 B u r l i n g t o n , O n ta r i o , C a n a d a N e l s o n HS Engineering

... Her scores against Colorado College and UTEP extended her goal-scoring streak to five games ... Had an assist at SMU ... Found the back of the net twice at UAB Oct. 25.

Players

2012


was a provincial finalist ... Also a member of the school’s ROOPSSAA championship squad ... On the club level, played for the Dixie Gladiators under the direction of Coach Ali Douha.

Diamond Simpson

Personal Daughter of Daneil and Vida Oduro ... Enjoys hanging out with friends, playing pick-up soccer games and shopping.

Media

O d u r o ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

2010

22-13

3

4

10

29

17

1

PK-ATT 0-0

2011

24-24

16

7

39

67

32

6

0-0

2012

17-15

13

8

34

42

30

3

0-0

Total

46-37

32

19

83

138

79

10

0-0

#21

F o r wa r d / M i d f i e l d e r

2012 Review

Players

Coaching Staff

Christi Padget

M ajor : H ealth & H uman

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Played in 10 games ... Eight of the 10 games in which she played were league matches ... Scored first career goal at SMU Oct. 21 ... Had six shots, including four on goal. Prior to Memphis Helped Ravenwood High School to two state titles and an appearance in the 2011 state final ... Earned all-state, all-district and all-region honors throughout her career ... Set region record for points among all girls and boys soccer players. Personal Daughter of Craig and Lilia Padgett ... Enjoys photography, being with family, outdoor activities, traveling and going to the beach ... Participated in volunteer activities with YoungLife, Dodge for a Cause and Make-A-Wish Foundation. P a d g e t ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR 2012

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

10-0

1

0

2

6

4

0

0-0

#5

History

S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-4 Franklin, Tenn. R av e n w o o d HS P erformance /E xercise S cience

Defender/Midfielder

G i n e s ha P i ck e r s g i l l J u n i o r • TR 5-1 K i n g s t o n , J a m a i ca N ava r r o C o l l e g e M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

Prior to Memphis Helped Navarro College to a 17-3-2 record in 2012 ... Tallied four goals and 10 assists (18 points) ... Played in 19 of 22 matches ... Recorded 15 shots ... Played alongside teammate Nugene Nugent at Navarro College.

#9

F o r wa r d

Val Sanderson F r e s h m a n • HS 5-7 Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada Ecole Des Sources M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

Prior to Memphis A Canadian U17 and U20 standout ... Played for U17 squad at the 2012 FIFA World Cup in Azerbaijian, scoring a goal before the side was eliminated in the quarterfinals ... In summer of 2012, helped U17 team to a silver medal at the CONCACAF Women’s Championship in Guatemala ... Helped Team Quebec to three silver medals and a bronze over the last four years ... Played club soccer for FC Boisbriand and earned championships in 2009 and 2011 ... Named Club Elite Player of the Year in 2009 ... Top goal scorer in 2009 and 2010. Personal Daughter of Kevin Sanderson and Catherine Marceau ... Originially signed as part of 2012 signing class, but didn’t enroll until spring 2013 semester after playing in FIFA U17 World Cup in fall of 2012 ... Enjoys listening to music, arts and crafts, swimming and skating. #20

F o r wa r d / M i d f i e l d e r

S u m m e r S chaf e r

Personal Daughter of Sharon Ellis ... Enjoys reading and swimming. M aj o r : M a r k e t i n g

F r e s h m a n • HS 5-4 O ak B r o o k , I l l . D o w n e r s G r o v e N o r th HS Management

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Prior to Memphis Attended Downers Grove North High School, but elected not to play high school soccer to focus on club soccer year-round ... Played for Eclipse Select ... Helped club to first place in Elite Clubs National

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League (ECNL) in 2010 ... Scored 13 goals in 2010 ... Attended National Camp in 2010 ... Regional ODP pool player in 2008 and 2009 ... Three-year member of the Illinois state ODP team ... Team won the 2011 Illinois State Cup. Personal Daughter of Steven and Susan Schafer ... Enjoys fishing ... A four-year honor roll member. #8

Defender/Midfielder

Diamond Simpson S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-3 M i s s i s s a u g a , O n ta r i o , C a n a d a S t . J o s e p h ’ s S e c o n d a ry M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) NSCAA All-Central Region second team ... AllConference USA second team ... C-USA All-Freshman Team ... Played in all 19 matches and made 18 starts ... Helped direct a young Memphis defense that limited 10 opponents to one or fewer goals and seven shutouts ... Notched her first career goal, a golden goal, at Vanderbilt Sept. 6 ... Added first career assist against Southern Miss Sept. 23. Prior to Memphis Member of the Canada U20 and U17 teams … Played with Memphis teammates Christabel Oduro and Kylie Davis on the U20 squad … Helped the U17 squad to a bronze medal at the 2008 CONCACAF Championship in Trinidad and Tobago … Led the U17 squad to qualification for the U17 World Cup in New Zealand … With the U17 squad, also earned gold at both the Brazil tournament and Guadalajara Olympics … With teammates Oduro and Davis, qualified with Canada U20 for the 2012 World Cup with a silver-medal finish at the CONCACAF Championships in Panama … Plays club soccer for Hamilton FC … Earned letters at St. Joseph’s Secondary School.

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Personal Daughter of Nicole and Chris Simpson … Enjoys horseback riding and playing volleyball when not playing soccer. S i m p s o n ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s

S t r i ck l a n d ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s

YR

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

2012

19-18

1

1

3

9

4

1

0-0

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listening to music, drawing and watching the Game Show Network (GSN) ... Also likes fishing, hiking and playing golf ... Member of FCA, Beta Club, National Honor Society and yearbook staff.

Goalkeeper

YR

GP

GA

GA AVG

SAVES

W-L-T

SHO.

2012

17

22

1.37

72

9-6-1

2

#3

S o p h o m o r e • 1L 5-7 F ay e tt e v i l l e , G a . W h i t e wat e r HS M aj o r : U n d e c l a r e d

G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

17-17

3

0

6

33

14

0

0-0

2011

Redshirt

2012

7-5

0

0

0

1

0

0

0-0

Total

24-22

3

0

6

34

14

0

0-0

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M aj o r : B i o l o gy

2012 (R e d s h i r t S o p h o m o r e ) Appeared in seven matches and made five starts ... Coming back from injury, appeared in three games early in the season ... Missed a month before playing the final four matches of the year ... Played a season-high 72 minutes at UAB Oct. 25. 2011 (S o p h o m o r e ) Redshirted. 2010 (F r e s h m a n ) One of two Lady Tigers to receive All-C-USA Freshman Team honors ... Scored six points on three goals ... Had 33 shots ... Fired three or more shots in six contests. Prior to Memphis Won four letters on the varsity soccer team at Las Cruces High School ... Three-time all-district first team honoree ... Two-time 5A All-State first team selection ... As a member of the LC Sharks, helped the squad claim two top-three finishes in New Mexico State Cup play ... Member of the 2006 New Mexico State ODP team ... Since 2007, a member of the U17 and U19 Czech Repbulic National Team.

M i d f i e l d e r / F o r wa r d

Danielle

tolmais

F r e s h m a n • HS 5-4 St. Louis, Mo. L afay e tt e HS M aj o r : G r a p h i c D e s i g n

Prior to Memphis A three-year letterwinner at Lafayette High School ... Helped squad to conference championship in 2010 .. Claimed district and conference championships in 2011 ... Two-time all-conference selection ... Played on club level for St. Louis Scott Gallagher ... Team’s leading scorer two seasons ... Named to the ODP Missouri state team and Region 2 pool ... Featured on ESPN.com after setting a juggling record of 10,380. Personal Daughter of Julie and Philippe Tolmais ... Enjoys art, playing piano and training youth at clinics ... Threeyear scholar athlete and four-year renaissance silver recipient. #14

F o r wa r d / D e f e n d e r

Nicole Zeidler J u n i o r • 2L 5-8 S c o tt s d a l e , A r i z . C ha pa r r a l HS

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Personal Daughter of Steve and Tammy Strickland ... Older sister, Jewelia, plays soccer at Kennesaw State ... Enjoys

GP-GS

2010

Players

Prior to Memphis Led Whitewater High School to runner-up finishes in the Georgia state tournament her final three seasons ... Two-time all-region performer (2011 first team; 2009 second team) ... Played for the AFC Lightning on the club level ... Named to the 2011 ESPN Rise Goalkeepers Watch List ... Member of the Georgia ODP team since 2007 ... Current member of the Region III Pool Team that earned a third-place finish at the ODP National Championships.

J u n i o r • 2L 5-6 L a s C r u c e s , N.M. L a s C r u c e s HS

S t r n a d o va ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

Coaching Staff

2012 (F r e s h m a n ) Made 16 starts between the posts ... Played in 17 of 19 matches ... Made 72 stops for a .766 save percentage ... Her 72 saves rank second among freshmen goalkeepers in program history ... Posted two shutouts and contributed to two others ... Finished freshman campaign with a 1.37 goals-against average, the third-best GAA for a freshman goalkeeper in program history ... Stopped a season-best 10 shots at SMU Oct. 21.

Midfielder

Alena Strnadova

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C h r i s ta S t r i ck l a n d

Personal Daughter of Jana and Ivan Strnadova ... Played with her sister, Vendula, on the Memphis soccer squad in 2010 ... Enjoys being outdoors and drawing when not playing soccer ... Member of Amnesty International and the National Honor Society ... Graduated in the top-five percent of her class at Las Cruces High School.

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History

2012 (S o p h o m o r e ) Played in 15 matches and earned her first two starts ... Registered 13 shots, including three on goal ... Played a season-high 46 minutes versus East Carolina Sept. 28 ... Both of her starts came in league play. 2011 (F r e s h m a n ) Appeared in one match ... Played a vital role in the team’s leadership. Prior to Memphis Competed at midfielder and forward for Chaparral High School ... Earned multiple varsity letters and served as team captain ... On the club level, led team SC Del Sol to state championships from 2004-10 ... Played for the Arizona ODP team in 2006 and 2007. Personal Daughter of Gideon and Sharon Zeidler ... Enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, spending time with family, running, swimming and wakeboarding. Z e i d l e r ’ s C a r e e r S tat i s t i c s YR

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G

A

PTS

SH

SOG

GW

PK-ATT

1-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

2012

15-2

0

0

0

13

3

0

0-0

Total

16-2

0

0

0

13

3

0

0-0

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GP-GS

2011


2012: Season in REview

Senior Salute The senior class of Averi Hallman, Taylor Isenhower, Christie Kline and Bailey Pembroke earned 63 wins in its four-year stint. The 63 wins were the 14th-most among NCAA Division I program from 2009-12. B a l a n c e d A ttack The Lady Tigers scored 42 goals in 19 matches, and 11 different players scored those goals. Six different players had three or more goals, and three players had five-plus goal seasons. Memphis had 40 assists from 15 different players, and four players had three or more helpers.

M o r e H a r d wa r e Junior Christabel Oduro was named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year for the second-consecutive season in 2012. Oduro led the Lady Tigers and C-USA in goals scored (13) and total points (34). Oduro became the third player to repeat as the league’s Offensive Player of the Year (Cincinnati’s Paulette Angilecchia in 1995-96; Charlotte’s Jill Currie in 1999-2000). Oduro is the sixth Lady Tiger to take home a league Player of the Year honor since 2005 (4 Offensive, 2 Defensive). W e ’ l l K e e p T hat Memphis has been home to a C-USA Player of the Year (Offensive and/or Defensive) since 2008, and four of the last five years, the Bluff City has been home to the league’s Offensive Player of the Year. A l l C-USA Led by C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Christabel Oduro, Memphis continued the recent trend of several players earning All-C-USA recognition. Oduro and midfielder Kylie Davis were All-C-USA first team picks, and defender

Diamond Simpson was named to the league’s second team. Simpson and Emily Adamic were C-USA All-Freshman Team selections. Diaper Dandies Expectations that come with a winning team — especially one that is the five-time C-USA defending champion — are high. But, the 2012 freshman class gained experience, as Memphis had seven or more underclassmen start in the 19 matches. Memphis had four or more freshmen start in every match, including five starters being freshmen in 10 of the 19 matches. Freshmen accounted for 14 of 42 goals, seven of 40 assists for 35 of 124 points. S u cc e s s U n d e r M o n a g ha n C o n t i n u e s Head coach Brooks Monaghan earned win No. 150 with the Lady Tigers’ 5-0 victory over SEMO in 2012. Monaghan has guided the program onto the national scene with an impressive 118-41-11 (.726) record since 2004. In the last five seasons, Memphis is 95-29-8 (.750). Monaghan possesses a career record of 157-94-16.

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2012 Review

Players

Coaching Staff

Media

Statistically, the second-youngest team in all of NCAA Division I women’s soccer, Memphis had some growing pains late in 2012. After running out to an 8-3 record at the start of October, Memphis finished 2-4-1 to close out the season.

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2 0 1 2 S tat i s t i c s Record All Games Conference Non-Conference

Overall 10-8-1 6-4-1 4-4

Home 7-3 4-2 3-1

Away 3-4-1 2-2-1 1-2

Neutral 0-1 0-0 0-1

I n d i v i d u a l S tat i s t i c s

TEAM STATISTICS

No. 33 29 1 TM

Goalkeeper McCall Gardner Christa Strickland Becca Brown Team Total Opponents

GP-GS Minutes 1-0 7:18 17-16 1448:47 5-3 293:48 0:00 19 1749:53 19 1749:53

A 8 6 6 6 1 0 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 21 GA 0 22 9 0 31 42

PTS 34 16 14 14 13 6 6 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 124 83

SH 42 29 32 23 24 19 7 34 18 9 6 1 13 8 8 4 0 13 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 301 217

AVG 0.00 1.37 2.76 0.00 1.59 2.16

Saves 0 72 11 3 83 99

Shot% .310 .172 .125 .174 .250 .158 .286 .059 .056 .111 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .140 .143

SOG 30 13 15 12 15 12 3 10 7 4 5 1 5 1 2 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 141 114

SOG% .714 .448 .469 .522 .625 .632 .429 .294 .389 .444 .667 1.000 .385 .125 .250 .250 .000 .231 .000 .667 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .468 .525

GW 3 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 8

PK-ATT 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

Pct .000 .766 .550 1.000 .728 .702

W 0 9 1 0 10 8

L 0 6 2 0 8 10

T 0 1 0 0 1 1

Sho 0.0 2.2 0.2 2.0 4 4

Date Aug 17 Aug 31

Opponent at Missouri ARKANSAS STATE

W/L L W

Score 1-5 4-0

Attend 1,169 681

Sep 2 Sep 6 Sep 10 Sep 14

#3 OKLAHOMA STATE at Vanderbilt at LSU SEMO

L W ot2 L W

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

453 757 534 801

Sep 16 Sep 21 Sep 23

MIDDLE TENNESSEE #6 UCF* SOUTHERN MISS*

W W ot W

3-2 2-1 5-2

647 853 747

Sep 28 Sep 30

EAST CAROLINA* MARSHALL*

W W

2-0 7-1

803 379

Oct 5 Oct 7 Oct 11 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 25

at Colorado College* at UTEP* RICE* HOUSTON* at Tulsa* at SMU at UAB*

W ot L L L L T ot2 W

2-1 1-4 0-2 0-1 0-3 1-1 4-0

258 420 979 470 188 483 201

Oct 31

vs UCF#

L

0-2

OPP 31-217 1.63 .143 114-217 .525 11.4 21 87 0-0 21

Penalties Yellow Cards Red Cards

Memphis 14 0

Opponents 8 0

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

Memphis 6,813 10/681 1/-

Opponents 4,010 8/501

Goals By Period Memphis Opponents

1st 18 7

2nd 21 24

OT 2 0

OT2 1 0

Total 42 31

Shots by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 150 94

2nd 145 110

OT 3 10

OT2 3 3

Total 301 217

Saves by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 41 51

2nd 39 47

OT 1 0

OT2 2 1

Total 83 99

Corner Kicks Memphis Opponents

1st 51 43

2nd 36 44

OT 2 0

OT2 1 0

Total 90 87

Fouls by Period Memphis Opponents

1st 66 68

2nd 96 93

OT 3 0

OT2 2 4

Total 167 165

CATEGORY LEADERS Points 10 Christabel Oduro 7 Kylie Davis 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 6 Taylor Isenhower

G 13 5 4 4

A 8 6 6 6

PTS 34 16 14 14

Goals 10 Christabel Oduro 17 Tine Schryvers 7 Kylie Davis 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 6 Taylor Isenhower

G 13 6 5 4 4

A 8 1 6 6 6

PTS 34 13 16 14 14

Assists 10 Christabel Oduro 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 7 Kylie Davis 6 Taylor Isenhower

G 13 4 5 4

A 8 6 6 6

PTS 34 14 16 14

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Lady Tiger Scorers (Assists) Schryvers (Hallman) Schryvers (Oduro), Atkins (Isenhower), Oyer (Schryvers), Schryvers (Craig, Oyer) Isenhower (Atikins), Davis (PK) Oduro (Isenhower, Davis), Simpson (Gravlin) Oduro (Unassisted) Davis (Adamic), Oduro (Unassisted), Daane (Atkins) Isenhower (Oduro), Gomez-Junco (Isenhower) Davis (Atkins), Oduro (Adamic), Oduro (Atkins) Daane (unassisted), Davis (Oduro) Isenhower (Simpson), Gomez-Junco (Oduro), Davis (Oyer) Oduro (Isenhower), Oduro (Davis) Oduro (Cassady), Adamic (Gomez-Junco) Schryvers (Oduro, Davis), Schryvers (Oduro), Oduro (Pembroke), Atkins (Unassisted), Isenhower (Davis, Oduro), Oyer (Davis), Schryvers (Hallman) Oduro (Atkins), Atkins (Isenhower) Oduro (Unassisted) NA NA NA Padget (Oduro) Oduro (Unassisted), Atkins (Isenhower), Daane (Atkins, Duguay), Oduro (Davis) NA

MEM 42-301 2.21 .140 141-301 .468 15.8 40 90 1-2 50

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G a m e -B y -G a m e B r e ak d o w n

Shot Statistics Goals-Shot Attempts Goals Scored Average Shot Pct. Shots on Goal-Attempts SOG Pct. Shots Per Game Assists Corner Kicks Penalty Kicks Offsides

2012 Review

G 13 5 4 4 6 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 31

Players

GP-GS 17-15 14-14 19-15 19-12 18-11 14-2 16-2 14-11 19-17 19-18 10-0 19-12 19-19 15-10 13-12 11-0 19-12 15-2 10-0 5-0 10-0 7-5 9-1 4-0 4-0 10-0 3-0 2-0 1-0 19 19

Coaching Staff

Name Christabel Oduro Kylie Davis Kaitlyn Atkins Taylor Isenhower Tine Schryvers Sarah Daane Madison Oyer Natalia Gomez-Junco Emily Adamic Diamond Simpson Christi Padget Averi Hallman Marissa Duguay Carly Cassady Kelley Gravlin Alex Craig Bailey Pembroke Nicole Zeidler Christie Kline Lucy Cunningham Brooke Oxentine Alena Strnadova Katie Donahue Elysia Masters Gisenia Utreras Brooke Oxentine Courtney Neville Samantha Keane Nicole Zeidler Total Opponents

Media

No. 10 7 13 6 17 5 12 9 25 88 21 23 18 16 2 15 22 14 3 26 20 19 11 4 28 20 27 24 14

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2 0 1 2 C - U S A O n ly S tat i s t i c s Record Conference

Overall 6-4-1

Home 4-2-0

Away 2-2-1

Neutral 0-0-0

History

2012 Review

Players

Coaching Staff

Media

I n d i v i d u a l S tat i s t i c s

TEAM STATISTICS

No. 10 7 13 6 17 5 9 12 25 21 16 18 88 23 22 14 2 15 3 26 19 11 28 27 24 20 4

Name Christabel Oduro Kylie Davis Kaitlyn Atkins Taylor Isenhower Tine Schryvers Sarah Daane Natalia Gomez-Junco Madison Oyer Emily Adamic Christi Padget Carly Cassady Marissa Duguay Diamond Simpson Averi Hallman Bailey Pembroke Nicole Zeidler Kelley Gravlin Alex Craig Christie Kline Lucy Cunningham Alena Strnadova Katie Donahue Gisenia Utreras Courtney Neville Samantha Keane Brooke Oxentine Elysia Masters Total Opponents

GP-GS 10-9 7-7 11-10 11-8 10-5 9-1 9-7 8-0 11-10 7-0 9-5 11-11 11-11 11-5 11-10 10-2 6-5 6-0 4-0 3-0 3-3 6-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 7-0 2-0 11 11

G 8 2 3 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 16

No. 33 29 1

Goalkeeper McCall Gardner Christa Strickland Becca Brown Total Opponents

GP-GS Minutes 1-0 7:18 11-11 990:38 1-0 19:57 11 1010:00 11 1010:00

A 6 5 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 13 GA 0 15 1 5 26

PTS 22 9 8 7 6 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71 45

SH 20 12 24 13 11 15 17 2 9 5 8 7 2 1 0 10 4 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 168 132

AVG 0.00 1.36 4.51 0.45 2.32

Saves 0 45 1 35 65

Shot% .400 .167 .125 .154 .273 .133 .059 .500 .111 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .143 .121

SOG 15 5 11 9 7 9 6 1 5 3 1 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 62

SOG% .750 .417 .458 .692 .636 .600 .353 .500 .556 .600 .125 .429 .500 1.000 .000 .100 .250 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .476 .470

GW 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct .000 .750 .500 .875 .714

W 0 6 0 10 0

L 0 4 0 0 10

T 0 1 0 1 1

Sho 0 2 0 8 0

G a m e -B y -G a m e B r e ak d o w n Date Sep 21 Sep 23

Opponent #6 UCF* SOUTHERN MISS*

W/L W ot W

Score 2-1 5-2

Attend 853 747

Sep 28 Sep 30

EAST CAROLINA* MARSHALL*

W W

2-0 7-1

803 379

Oct 5 Oct 7 Oct 11 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 25

at Colorado College* at UTEP* RICE* HOUSTON* at Tulsa* at SMU at UAB*

W ot L L L L T ot2 W

2-1 1-4 0-2 0-1 0-3 1-1 4-0

258 420 979 470 188 483 201

MEM 24-168 2.18 .143 80-168 .476 15.3 23 53 0-0 29

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OPP 16-132 1.45 .121 62-132 .470 12.0 13 58 0-0 11

Penalties Yellow cards Red cards

Memphis 9 0

Opponents 3 0

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

Memphis 4231 6/705 0/0

Opponents 1550 5/310

Goals By Period MEM Opponents

1st 11 3

2nd 11 13

OT 2 0

OT2 0 0

Total 24 16

Shots by Period MEM Opponents

1st 83 55

2nd 83 68

OT 2 6

OT2 0 3

Total 168 132

Saves by Period MEM Opponents

1st 19 29

2nd 25 27

OT 0 0

OT2 2 0

Total 46 56

Corner Kicks MEM Opponents

1st 30 30

2nd 22 28

OT 1 0

OT2 0 0

Total 53 58

Fouls by Period MEM Opponents

1st 44 40

2nd 68 60

OT 3 0

OT2 2 4

Total 117 104

CATEGORY LEADERS Points 10 Christabel Oduro 7 Kylie Davis 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 6 Taylor Isenhower 17 Tine Schryvers

G 8 2 3 2 3

A 6 5 2 3 0

PTS 22 9 8 7 6

Goals 10 Christabel Oduro 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 17 Tine Schryvers 5 Sarah Daane 6 Taylor Isenhower 7 Kylie Davis

G 8 3 3 2 2 2

A 6 2 0 0 3 5

PTS 22 8 6 4 7 9

Assists 10 Christabel Oduro 7 Kylie Davis 6 Taylor Isenhower 13 Kaitlyn Atkins

G 8 2 2 3

A 6 5 3 2

PTS 22 9 7 8

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Lady Tiger Scorers (Assists) Daane (unassisted), Davis (Oduro) Isenhower (Simpson), Gomez-Junco (Oduro), Davis (Oyer), Oduro (Isenhower), Oduro (Davis) Oduro (Cassady), Adamic (Gomez-Junco) Schryvers (Oduro, Davis), Schryvers (Oduro), Oduro (Pembroke), Atkins (Unassisted), Isenhower (Davis, Oduro), Oyer (Davis), Schryvers (Hallman) Oduro (Atkins), Atkins (Isenhower) Oduro (Unassisted) NA NA NA Padget (Oduro) Oduro (Unassisted), Atkins (Isenhower), Daane (Atkins, Duguay), Oduro (Davis)

Shot Statistics Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal - Attempts SOG pct. Shots per Game Assists Corner Kicks Penalty Kicks Offsides

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2012 Conference USA Review 2012 C o n f e r e n c e USA S ta n d i n g s W-L-T 8-2-1 8-2-1 8-3-0 6-2-3 6-3-2 6-4-1 4-3-4 3-4-3 3-7-1 3-8-0 1-8-0 1-10-0

Pts. 25 25 24 21 20 19 16 12 10 9 3 3

W-L-T 14-4-5 11-7-3 17-5-2 10-7-3 12-6-4 10-8-1 9-8-4 7-9-3 7-11-1 10-10-0 4-12-1 2-17-0

Pct. .717 .595 .750 .575 .636 .553 .524 .447 .395 .500 .265 .105

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

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

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

O ff e n s i v e P l ay e r o f th e Y e a r Christabel Oduro, Memphis

Most Goals

Rk

Team

GP

No.

Avg/G

Rk

Name (Team)

No.

6.

Colorado College

23

31

1.35

1.

Christabel Oduro (MEM)

13

20

20

1.00

2.

Nicolette Radovcic (UCF)

12

GP

No.

Avg/G

8.

Rice

21

20

0.95

3.

Holly Hargreaves (Rice)

10

1.

UCF

24

393

16.38

9.

Southern Miss

17

15

0.88

4.

Shelby Redman (SMU)

9

2.

Colorado College

23

352

15.30

10.

Houston

19

16

0.84

Lauren Hughes (Rice)

9

3.

Rice

21

350

16.67

11.

Marshall

19

15

0.79

Kenzie Scovill (SMU)

9

4.

Tulsa

22

318

14.45

12.

UAB

19

13

0.68

Jasmine Martinez (HOU)

8

5.

SMU

21

303

14.43

Tess Hall (UTEP)

8

6.

Memphis

19

301

15.84

Rebecca Handley (TLS)

8

7.

UTEP

20

292

14.60

Jennifer Martin (UCF)

8

8.

East Carolina

20

232

11.60

9.

Marshall

19

214

11.26

10.

UAB

19

205

10.79

11.

Southern Miss

17

194

11.41

12.

Houston

19

165

8.68

7.

Fewest Goals Allowed Rk

Team

GP

No.

Avg/G

1.

UCF

24

13

0.54

2.

Tulsa

22

17

0.77

3.

Colorado College

23

20

0.87

Rk

Name (Team)

No.

4.

Rice

21

21

1.00

1.

Courtney Smith (SMU)

10

5.

East Carolina

20

24

1.20

Tishia Jewell (UCF)

10

6.

Houston

19

27

1.42

3.

Tess Hall (UTEP)

9

7.

SMU

21

28

1.33

4.

Christabel Oduro (MEM)

8

Most Assists

Team

GP

No.

Avg/G

8.

Southern Miss

17

30

1.76

Claire Hulcer (TLS)

8

1.

UCF

24

164

6.83

9.

Memphis

19

31

1.63

Brittney Lyman (CC)

8

2.

Memphis

19

124

6.53

UTEP

20

31

1.55

Ashley Nicol (UCF)

8

3.

Colorado College

23

111

4.83

11.

Marshall

19

38

2.00

Mallory Baum (SMU)

7

4.

Tulsa

22

110

5.00

12.

UAB

19

51

2.68

Shelby Redman (SMU)

7

5.

SMU

21

104

4.95

Kylie Davis (MEM)

6

6.

UTEP

20

92

4.60

Kaitlyn Atkins (MEM)

6

7.

Rice

21

70

3.33

8.

Marshall

19

65

3.42

9.

East Carolina

20

58

2.90

Houston

19

58

3.05

Southern Miss

17

49

2.88

UAB

19

49

2.58

11.

Most Goals

8. 10.

Most Shutouts Rk

Team

GP

No.

Avg/G

Taylor Isenhower (MEM)

6

1.

UCF

24

15

0.62

Andrea Rodrigues (UCF)

6

2.

East Carolina

20

10

0.50

Colorado College

23

10

0.43

4.

Tulsa

22

9

0.41

Rk

Name (Team)

No.

5.

Rice

21

8

0.38

1.

Lianne Maldonado (UCF)

0.56

6.

SMU

21

5

0.24

2.

Hanna Berglund (CC)

0.57

7.

Houston

19

4

0.21

3.

Katie Bykowski (TLS)

0.58

Memphis

19

4

0.21

4.

Hayley Harryman (TLS)

0.86

Southern Miss

17

3

0.18

5.

Amy Czyz (Rice)

1.01

L o w e s t G o a l s -A g a i n s t A v e r a g e

Team

GP

No.

Avg/G

1.

UCF

24

54

2.25

2.

Memphis

19

42

2.21

Marshall

19

3

0.16

6.

Christiane Cordero (ECU)

1.02

3.

Colorado College

23

40

1.74

UTEP

20

3

0.15

7.

Kate Scheele (CC)

1.12

4.

Tulsa

22

37

1.68

UAB

19

1

0.05

8.

Lauren Boden (SMU)

1.27

5.

SMU

21

34

1.62

9.

Cami Koski (HOU)

1.34

6.

UTEP

20

31

1.55

10.

Christa Strickland (MEM)

1.37

7.

Marshall

19

25

1.32

8.

Rice

21

25

1.19

9.

Houston

19

21

1.11

10.

Southern Miss

17

17

1.00

11.

East Carolina

20

19

0.95

Rk

Name (Team)

No.

0.95

1.

Christabel Oduro (MEM)

34

2.

Nicolette Radovcic (UCF)

27

3.

Tess Hall (UTEP)

25

Shelby Redman (SMU)

25

5.

Tishia Jewell (UCF)

24

6.

Holly Hargreaves (Rice)

23

7.

Lauren Hughes (Rice)

21

8.

Kenzie Scovill (SMU)

20

Brittney Lyman (CC)

20

12.

UAB

19

18

Most Assists Rk

Team

GP

No.

Avg/G

1.

UCF

24

56

2.33

2.

Memphis

19

40

2.11

3.

SMU

21

36

1.71

4.

Tulsa

22

36

1.64

5.

UTEP

20

30

1.50

9.

12.

Individual

M o s t S av e s

Most Points

Rk

Name (Team)

No.

1.

Lindsey Schwaner (USM)

99

2.

Christiane Cordero (ECU)

90

3.

Cami Koski (HOU)

89

4.

Courtnie Northern (UAB)

88

5.

Amy Czyz (Rice)

86

6.

Lindsey Kerns (MAR)

84

7.

Christa Strickland (MEM)

72

8.

Sarah Dilling (UTEP)

67

Lianne Maldonado (UCF)

67

Lauren Boden (SMU)

63

10.

2013 Memphis Women’s Soccer Media Guide

M i d f i e l d e r o f th e Y e a r Jessie Ayers, Colorado College C o ach o f th e Y e a r Geoff Bennett, Colorado College A l l -C o n f e r e n c e USA F i r s t T e a m F: Brittney Lyman, Colorado College F: Christabel Oduro, Memphis F: Holly Hargreaves, Rice F: Nicolette Radovcic, UCF M: Jessie Ayers, Colorado College M: Kylie Davis, Memphis M: Quinney Truong, Rice M: Mallory Baum, Rice D: Hali Oughton, East Carolina D: Claire Hulcer, Tulsa D: Marissa Diggs, UCF GK: Christiane Cordero, East Carolina A l l -C o n f e r e n c e USA S e c o n d T e a m F: Lauren Hughes, Rice F: Shelby Redman, SMU F: Tishia Jewell, UCF M: Madison Whitehead, Colorado College M: Rikki Clarke, SMU M: Madison Barney, UCF D: Diamond Simpson, Memphis D: Lauren LaGro, Rice D: Azia Nicholson, UTEP GK: Cami Koski, Houston A l l -F r e s h m a n T e a m Lexi Long, M, Colorado College Haley Patsey, D, East Carolina Kendall Frey, F, East Carolina Erin Simmons, F/M, Marshall Diamond Simpson, D, Memphis Emily Adamic, M, Memphis Holly Hargreaves, F, Rice Lauren Hughes, F, Rice Roman Edwards, D, Tulsa Paige Hanks, M, UAB Sophie Howard, M, UCF

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Year

2012 Review

East Carolina

Team

th e

Players

7.

Rk

D e f e n s i v e P l ay e r o f Marissa Diggs, UCF

Coaching Staff

Most Assists

Most Points

Semifinals Tulsa 1, Colorado College 1 (2OT) PKs, 5-4 UCF 2, SMU 0

2012 C-USA AWARDS

2012 Conference USA Leaders

Most Shots

Quarterfinals #1 Colorado College 2, #8 Houston 1 #5 Tulsa 1, #4 East Carolina 0 (OT) #7 SMU 3, #2 Rice 1 #3 UCF 2, #6 Memphis 0

C ha m p i o n s h i p M atch UCF 2, Tulsa 0

X - C-USA regular season co-champions % - C-USA Tournament champion * - NCAA Tournament

Team

2012 C o n f e r e n c e USA T o u r n a m e n t R e s u lt s O ct o b e r 31-N o v e m b e r 4, 2012 El Paso, Texas.

Media

Team x-Colorado College* X-Rice %-UCF* East Carolina Tulsa Memphis SMU Houston Marshall UTEP Southern Miss UAB

2012 C-USA TOURNAMENT

Conference USA Pct. Home Away .773 3-1-0 5-1-1 .773 4-1-1 4-1-0 .727 5-1-0 3-2-0 .682 3-0-2 3-2-1 .636 4-1-0 2-2-2 .591 4-2-0 2-2-1 .545 2-0-2 2-3-2 .450 1-3-3 2-1-0 .318 1-3-0 2-4-1 .273 3-2-0 0-6-0 .100 1-5-0 0-4-0 .091 1-6-0 0-4-0

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Coaching Staff

Media

1995 9-2 9-4 9-10 9-13 9-15 9-16 9-22 9-26 9-30 10-1 10-6 10-8 10-14 10-15 10-20 10-22 10-25 10-27 11-2

Record: 5-14-0 • C-USA: 1-4-0 H: 4-5-0 • A: 1-7-0 • N: 0-2-0 Coach: Les Szabo at Charlotte* L at South Carolina L Louisville* L Ark.-Little Rock W at LSU L vs. Florida State L Evansville* W Rhodes L at Arkansas L at Tulsa L Mississippi State L Cincinnati* L South Alabama L Eastern Illinois W at Marquette* L at Loyola-Chicago W at Ole Miss L Christian Brothers W C-USA Tournament vs. Charlotte L

11-4 11-6 2-7 0-5 0-1 7-1 0-5 1-3 2-1 0-1 0-2 0-5 0-1 0-6 2-4 3-0 1-3 2-0 0-1 10-2 1-4

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1996 9-2 9-7 9-13 9-15 9-20 9-22 9-29 10-4 10-5 10-6 10-12 10-13 10-15 10-18 10-20 10-25 10-27 10-30 11-2 11-6 11-7

Record: 8-13-0 • C-USA: 3-6-0 H: 5-5-0 • A: 2-7-0 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Les Szabo at Mississippi State L 0-4 at Ark.-Little Rock L 1-3 Stephen F. Austin W 10-1 at Evansville L 1-3 Tulane* W 2-0 UAB* L 3-4 at Cincinnati* L 1-5 Charlotte* L 0-4 LSU L 0-4 USF* W 4-2 Arkansas L 2-3 Tennessee W 2-1 Ole Miss L ot 3-4 at Saint Louis* L 1-2 at Eastern Illinois W 1-0 at Marquette* L 1-3 at DePaul* L 1-3 Rhodes W 6-4 at Louisville* W 2-1 C-USA Tournament vs. DePaul W 5-1 vs. Cincinnati L 1-2

8-29 8-30 9-5 9-6 9-12 9-14 9-17 9-19 9-21 9-26 9-28 10-3 10-5 10-8 10-14 10-17 10-19 10-26 10-29 10-31

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1998 9-1 9-4 9-6 9-11 9-16 9-18 9-20 9-25 9-27 10-2 10-4 10-8 10-13 10-16 10-18 10-23 10-25 10-30

Record: 5-10-3 • C-USA: 2-8-1 H: 4-3-2 • A: 1-7-1 Coach: Les Szabo Rhodes W 2-0 Chattanooga W 4-1 at SMS L 1-2 at Oklahoma L 0-4 UT Martin W 9-0 at Southern Miss* L 3-6 at Tulane* L 1-2 DePaul* T ot 0-0 Marquette* L 0-3 at Charlotte* L 0-2 at USF* L 0-7 Ole Miss T ot 1-1 at Mississippi State T ot 1-1 at Saint Louis* W 1-0 at Houston* L 0-2 Louisville* W 6-0 Cincinnati* L 1-2 UAB* L 1-2

2001 8-31 9-2 9-8 9-9 9-17 9-21 9-23 9-26 9-28 9-30 10-3 10-10 10-12 10-14 10-19 10-21 10-26 10-28 11-4

9-1 9-3 9-5 9-10 9-17 9-19 9-22 9-23 9-25 10-1 10-3 10-10 10-12 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29

Record: 5-13-0 • C-USA: 1-10-0 H: 3-8-0 • A: 2-5-0 Coach: Les Szabo Rhodes W Toledo W Jacksonville State L SMS L Tulane* L Southern Miss* L Mississippi State W at Marquette* L at DePaul* L USF* L Charlotte* L at Ole Miss L at Belmont W Houston* L Saint Louis* L at Cincinnati* L at Louisville* W at UAB* L

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

2000 8-25 8-25 9-1 9-2 9-8 9-10 9-15 9-17 9-22 9-24 9-29 10-1 10-7 10-10 10-13 10-15 10-20 10-22 10-25 10-28

Record: 9-11-0 • C-USA: 3-8-0 H: 6-3-0 • A: 3-8-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Sacramento State L at San Francisco W UL-Monroe W Middle Tennessee W at SMS L SE Louisiana W at Charlotte* L USF* L DePaul* W Marquette* L at Tulane* W at Southern Miss* L at UAB* L at Mississippi State W Louisville* W Cincinnati* L at Saint Louis* L at Houston* L at Vanderbilt L Christian Brothers W

Record: 5-13-1 • C-USA: 3-7-0 H: 4-5-1 • A: 1-8-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Missouri L 2-3 SMS T ot 2-2 at Evansville L 0-2 UT Martin W 3-0 Ole Miss W 1-0 at Saint Louis* L 0-2 at Marquette* L 2-3 Vanderbilt L 1-2 DePaul* W 1-0 Cincinnati* L 0-2 Christian Brothers L 2-3 at Tennessee Tech L 0-1 Southern Miss* L 1-2 Tulane* L 0-1 at Houston* L 1-2 at TCU* W 1-0 at UAB* L 1-3 USF* W 3-0 at Mississippi State L 3-4

2002

1999

1997 Record: 11-10-1 • C-USA: 4-5-0 H: 8-3-1 • A: 2-6-0 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Les Szabo at Tennessee L 0-3 at Chattanooga W 1-0 SMS W 3-1 Brewton Parker W 4-0 at Tulane* L 0-1 at UAB* W 1-0 Mississippi State T ot 1-1 Louisville* W 2-0 Cincinnati* L ot 2-3 at Charlotte* L 0-2 Eastern Illinois L ot 0-1 Marquette* L 1-5 DePaul* W 4-1 at Ole Miss L 0-6 Ark.-Little Rock W 3-0 at USF* L 0-4 Saint Louis* W ot 3-2 Belmont W 4-2 Rhodes W 3-0 at Arkansas L 2-4

C-USA Tournament vs. DePaul W vs. Marquette L

8-30 9-1 9-6 9-13 9-15 9-20 9-22 9-27 9-29 10-4 10-7 10-11 10-13 10-18 10-20 10-25 10-27 10-30 11-2 11-6

Record: 9-10-1 • C-USA: 5-5-0 H: 5-3-0 • A: 4-7-0 • N: 0-0-1 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Florida Atlantic W 2-1 vs. Florida Int T ot 1-1 Northeastern W 3-0 Evansville L 2o 1-2 Mississippi State W ot 3-2 Saint Louis* L 0-4 East Carolina* W 3-2 at Louisville* L 0-1 at Charlotte* L 0-3 at UT Martin L 2o 2-3 at SMS W 2-1 at #23 Nebraska L 0-3 at USF* L 0-2 at Southern Miss* W 1-0 UAB* W 1-0 TCU* W 4-0 Houston* L 0-1 at Christian Brothers L 2o 1-2 at Tulane* W 4-0 C-USA Tournament vs. Charlotte L 0-2

2003 2-6 2-1 3-0 4-0 0-4 5-1 2-3 0-7 2-0 4-7 3-2 2-3 0-4 1-0 6-2 1-2 1-3 0-3 0-3 4-0

8-29 8-31 9-5 9-9 9-12 9-14 9-19 9-21 9-26 9-28 10-8 10-10 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29 11-3

Record: 5-10-3 • C-USA: 2-7-1 H: 4-4-1 • A: 1-6-2 Coach: Brooks Monaghan Mississippi State L 1-3 at Ole Miss L 0-7 at Evansville T 2o 0-0 SE Missouri State T 2o 1-1 SMS L 2-3 at Drury W 3-0 at Louisville* T 2o 1-1 at Cincinnati* L 1-2 DePaul* L ot 1-2 Marquette* L 0-1 UT Martin W 3-1 Alabama A&M W 5-1 at Houston* L 1-0 Tulane* W 4-0 Southern Miss* W 3-2 USF* L 0-1 at UAB* L 1-2 at TCU* L 1-2

2004 8-29 8-31 9-5 9-8 9-10 9-14 9-17 9-24 9-26 10-1 10-3 10-8 10-10 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29 11-3

Record: 11-8-0 • C-USA: 5-5-0 H: 7-2-0 • A: 4-5-0 • N: 0-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Alabama A&M W 4-0 at Ole Miss W 1-0 Middle Tenn. L 1-2 at UT Martin W 2-1 Tennessee Tech W 2-0 at Miss State L 0-2 Drury W 1-0 DePaul* W 2-1 Evansville W 1-0 at TCU* L 2o 0-1 at Houston* W 2-0 Charlotte* W 5-1 East Carolina* W 4-1 at USF* L 0-4 at UAB* L 1-2 Marquette* L 0-1 at Saint Louis* L 0-3 Cincinnati* W 2o 1-0 C-USA Tournament vs. UAB L 1-4

2005 8-28 9-2 9-4 9-7 9-11 9-13 9-16 9-18 9-25 9-30 10-2 10-9 10-14 10-19 10-21 10-23 10-28 10-30 11-2

Record: 12-7-0 • C-USA: 6-3-0 H: 7-3-0 • A: 4-3-0 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan Tennessee Tech W 7-0 at Samford L 1-2 vs. Evansville W 2-1 UT Martin W 3-0 Missouri State W 4-0 Ole Miss L 2-3 Mississippi State W 2-1 at Middle Tenn W 5-1 at SE Missouri State L 2o 0-1 Tulane* W 6-0 UTEP* L 2-3 at Marshall* W 2-1 UAB* W 1-0 at East Carolina* W ot 2-1 UCF* L 0-1 Southern Miss* W 5-1 at Tulsa* W 1-0 at SMU* L 1-2 C-USA Tournament vs. UTEP L 4-5

2006 8-25 8-27 9-2 9-4 9-8 9-10 9-14 9-17 9-22 9-29 10-1 10-6 10-8 10-13 10-15 10-20 10-22 10-27 11-1 11-3

Record: 11-6-3 • C-USA: 6-2-2 H: 4-3-1 • A: 6-3-1 • N: 1-0-1 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Tennessee Tech W 8-0 at UT Martin W 7-0 Alabama^ L 0-1 Samford^ L 0-2 at Ole Miss L 0-3 at Mississippi State W 2-0 SEMO W 2-0 Arkansas L 0-1 at Missouri State T 2o 0-0 East Carolina* T 2o 1-1 Marshall* W 8-0 at UCF* W 2-1 at Southern Miss* W 4-1 at Colorado College* L 0-1 at UTEP* L 1-4 Rice* W 4-3 Houston* W 3-0 at UAB* W 4-2 C-USA Tournament vs. East Carolina W 2-1 vs. UAB T 2o 0-0 ^ Lady Tigers Fall Tournament

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Y e a r - B y - Y e a r R e s u lt s 2007

11-16

2-0 2-0 4-1 0-1

2009 8-21 8-28 9-4 9-6 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-20 9/25 9-27 10-2 10-4 10-9 10-11 10-16 10-18 10-23 10-25 10-29 11-4 11-6 11-8 11-13

Record: 16-7-0 • C-USA: 8-3 H: 6-4-0 • A: 7-2-0 • N: 3-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at #25 LSU W 2-0 UALR W 4-0 Ole Miss L 0-1 Western Kentucky W 3-0 at Tennessee L 1-2 at Alabama W 2-1 Saint Louis L 0-2 Evansville W 4-0 at Southern Miss* W 2-0 at #20 UCF* W 1-0 UTEP* L 2-3 Colorado College* W 2-0 at Houston* W 2-0 at Rice* L 1-2 SMU* W 2-0 Tulsa* W 1-0 at Marshall* W 2-1 at East Carolina* W 2-1 UAB* L ot 1-2 C-USA Tournament at SMU W 6-2 vs Colorado College W 1-0 vs UCF W 3-0 NCAA Tournament vs #22 Texas A&M L 1-3

2010 8-20 8-22 8-27 9-3 9-5 9-10 9-12 9-17 9-24 9-26 10-1 10-3 10-8 10-10 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-28 11-5 11-7 11-12

Record: 15-4-3 • C-USA: 7-1-3 H: 8-1-2 • A: 6-2-1 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Saint Louis W 2-1 Samford W 3-0 LSU W 1-0 at #18 Oklahoma St L 1-2 at UALR W 6-0 Alabama W 4-0 at Ole Miss W 2-1 TCU L 0-3 at Colorado College* W 1-0 at UTEP* L 1-2 #18 UCF* T 2o 1-1 Southern Miss* W 2-0 East Carolina* W 2-0 Marshall* W 2-0 at Tulsa* T 2o 1-1 at SMU* W 3-0 Rice* W 1-0 Houston* T 2o 1-1 UAB* W 2-1 C-USA Tournament vs. Houston W 1-0 at #23 UCF W 1-0 NCAA Tournament vs. #15 Oregon State L 0-5

2011 8-19 8-21 8-26 8-28 9-4 9-9 9-11 9-15 9-23 9-25 9-30

Record: 22-1-1 • C-USA: 10-0-1 H: 11-1-1 • A: 11-0-0 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan LSU W UALR W at Alabama W at Samford W at Western Kentucky W Ole Miss W Charlotte W at Vanderbilt W at Houston* W at Rice* W at Marshall* W

3-1 3-1 1-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 6-2 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-0

10-2 10-7 10-9 10-14 10-16 10-21 10-23 10-27

at East Carolina* W SMU* T Tulsa* W UTEP* W Colorado College* W at Southern Miss* W at UCF* W at UAB* W C-USA Tournament 11-2 vs. Tulsa W 11-4 vs. East Carolina W 11-6 vs. UTEP W NCAA Tournament 11-12 vs. UT Martin W 11-18 vs. Louisville L

2-0 2o 3-3 4-0 3-0 2-1 3-0 3-0 2-0 ot 2-1 3-0 2o 2-1 7-0 0-2

2012 8-17 8-31 9-2 9-6 9-10 9-14 9-16 9-21 9-23 9-28 9-30 10-5 10-7 10-11 10-14 10-19 10-21 10-25 10-31

Record: 10-8-1 • C-USA: 6-4-1 H: 7-3-0 • A: 3-4-1 • N: 0-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan at Missouri L 1-5 Arkansas State W 4-0 #3 Oklahoma State L 2-3 at Vanderbilt W 2o 2-1 at LSU L 1-2 SEMO W 5-0 Middle Tennessee W 3-2 #6 UCF* W ot 2-1 Southern Miss* W 5-2 East Carolina* W 2-0 Marshall* W 7-1 at Colorado College* W ot 2-1 at UTEP* L 1-4 Rice* L 0-2 Houston* L 0-1 at Tulsa* L 0-3 at SMU* T 2o 1-1 at UAB W 4-0 C-USA Tournament vs. UCF L 0-2

* - Denotes Conference Match

2012 Review

8-22 8-29 9-5 9-7 9-12 9-14 9-19 9-26 9-28 10-3

Record: 15-5-2 • C-USA: 8-2-1 H: 6-3-1 • A: 6-1-1 • N: 3-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan UALR W 2-0 Alabama T 2o 1-1 at Ole Miss W 2-1 Miami L 0-3 Oklahoma W 3-0 Colorado L 1-2 at Mississippi State W 2-1 Southern Miss* W 2-0 #20 UCF* L ot 1-2 at UTEP* W 2-1

1-2 1-0 1-0 3-0 4-2 4-0 2o 3-3 2-1

Players

2008

at Colorado College* L Houston* W Rice* W at SMU* W at Tulsa* W Marshall* W at East Carolina* T at UAB* W C-USA Tournament 11-5 vs UAB W 11-7 vs #22 UCF W 11-9 vs East Carolina W NCAA Tournament 11-14 vs Illinois L

Coaching Staff

11-7 11-9 11-11

10-5 10-10 10-12 10-17 10-19 10-24 10-26 10-30

Media

8-31 9-2 9-6 9-8 9-16 9-18 9-21 9-23 9-30 10-5 10-12 10-14 10-19 10-21 10-26 10-28 11-2 11-4

Record: 17-4-1 • C-USA: 7-1-1 H: 9-1-0 • A: 5-1-1 • N: 3-2-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan UALR W 7-1 at Arkansas W 2o 2-1 vs LSU^ L 2-7 at Samford^ L 0-1 at Alabama W 2-0 UT Martin W 4-1 Ole Miss W 1-0 Mississippi State W 5-0 Missouri State W 2-0 UAB* W ot 2-1 at Houston* W 3-0 at Rice* T 2o 1-1 Tulsa* W 3-0 SMU* W 3-1 Southern Miss* W 4-0 UCF* L 2o 1-2 at Marshall* W 3-1 at East Carolina* W 2-1 C-USA Tournament vs Southern Miss W 6-0 at UTEP W 1-0 vs UCF W 2-0 NCAA Tournament vs UNC Greensboro L 0-1 ^ Long’s Electronics Samford Classic

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Media

Memphis leads 4-1-1 9-2-2006 H 9-16-2007 A 8-29-2008 H 9-13-2009 A 9-10-2010 H 8-26-2011 A

C ha r l o tt e L W T W W W

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A l a b a m a A&M Memphis leads 2-0-0 10-10-2003 H 8-29-2004 A

W W

5-1 4-0

Coaching Staff

A r ka n s a s -L i tt l e R o ck Memphis leads 7-1-0 9-13-1995 H 9-7-1996 A 10-14-1997 H 8-31-2007 H 8-22-2008 H 8-28-2009 H 9-5-2010 A 8-21-2011 H

W L W W W W W W

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

A r ka n s a s S tat e Memphis leads 1-0-0 8-31-2012 H

W

4-0

Players

W W

4-2 6-1

B r e wt o n P a r k e r Memphis leads 1-0-0 9-6-1997 H

Colorado College L L L L L L L L W W

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

C hatta n o o g a Memphis leads 2-0-0 8-30-1997 A 9-4-1998 H

W W

1-0 4-1

C h r i s t i a n B r o th e r s Series tied 2-2-0 10-27-1995 H 10-28-2000 H 10-3-2001 H 10-30-2002 A

W W L L

10-2 4-0 2-3 2o 1-2

C i n c i n n at i

Belmont Memphis leads 2-0-0 10-26-1997 H 10-12-1999 A

Charlotte leads 2-9-0 11-2-1995 N 10-4-1996 H 9-26-1997 A 10-2-1998 A 10-3-1999 H 9-15-2000 A 9-29-2002 A 11-6-2002 N 10-8-2004 H 9-11-2011 H

W

4-0

Cincinnati leads 1-9-0 10-8-1995 H 9-29-1996 A 11-7-1996 N 9-21-1997 H 10-25-1998 H 10-22-1999 A 10-15-2000 H 9-30-2001 H 9-21-2003 A 10-29-2004 H

L L L L L L L L L W

0-6 1-5 1-2 ot 2-3 1-2 0-3 1-2 0-2 1-2 2o 1-0

Colorado C ha r l o tt e L

2-7

Colorado leads 1-0-0 9-14-2008 H

L

1-2

Eastern Illinois L L W W W W W

0-1 1-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 ot 2-1

DePaul Memphis leads 6-3-1 10-27-1996 A 11-6-1996 N 10-5-1997 H 11-4-1997 N 9-25-1998 H 9-25-1999 A 9-22-2000 H 9-28-2001 H 9-26-2003 H 9-24-2004 H

L W W W T L W W L W

1-3 5-1 4-1 4-1 ot 0-0 1-2 2-0 1-0 ot 1-2 2-1

W W

3-0 1-0

East Carolina Memphis leads 11-0-2 9-22-2002 H 10-10-2004 H 10-19-2005 A 9-29-2006 H 11-1-2006 N 11-4-2007 A 10-26-2008 A 11-9-2008 N 10-25-2009 A 10-8-2010 H 10-2-2011 A 11-4-2011 H 9-28-2012 H

W W W T W W T W W W W W W

3-2 4-1 ot 2-1 2o 1-1 2-1 2-1 2o 3-3 4-1 2-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 2-0

Houston W W L

3-0 1-0 ot 0-1

W L L L T W W W

2-1 1-3 0-2 2o 1-2 2o 0-0 1-0 2-1 4-0

E va n s v i l l e Memphis leads 4-3-1 9-22-1995 H 9-15-1996 A 9-8-2001 A 9-13-2002 H 9-5-2003 A 9-26-2004 H 9-4-2005 N 9-20-2009 H

Memphis leads 1-0-0 8-30-2002 A

Illinois leads 1-0-0 11-14-2008 N

T W W L

2o 1-1 1-0 2-1 0-1

L

0-1

J acks o n v i l l e S tat e Jacksonville State leads 1-0-0 9-5-1999 H L 0-2 L o u i s i a n a -M o n r o e Memphis leads 1-0-0 9-1-2000 H

W

2-1

FIU T

ot 1-1

F l o r i d a S tat e Florida State leads 1-0-0 9-16-1995 N L

1-3

Houston Series tied 7-7-1 10-18-1998 A 10-15-1999 H 10-22-2000 A 10-19-2001 A 10-27-2002 H 10-15-2003 A 10-3-2004 A 10-22-2006 H 10-12-2007 A 10-10-2008 H 10-9-2009 A

Series tied 7-7-1 10-24-2010 H 11-5-2010 N 9-23-2011 A 10-14-2012 H Illinois

Florida Atlantic

Series tied 0-0-1 9-1-2002 N

D r u ry Memphis leads 2-0-0 9-14-2003 A 9-17-2004 H

Memphis leads 2-1-0 10-15-1995 H 10-20-1996 A 9-28-1997 H

L L L L L L W W W W W

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

W

3-0

L W W W W W L T L

0-1 2-1 2-0 6-0 2-1 6-2 0-1 2o 1-1 0-2

W

2-0

L L L W

0-5 0-4 2-7 2-0

Louisville Memphis leads 6-2-1 9-19-1995 H 11-2-1996 A 9-19-1997 H 10-23-1998 H 10-24-1999 A 10-13-2000 H 9-27-2002 A 9-19-2003 A 11-18-2011 H L oyo l a -C h i ca g o Memphis leads 1-0-0 10-22-1995 A LSU LSU leads 4-3-0 9-15-1995 A 10-5-1996 H 9-6-2007 N 8-21-2009 A

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Charlotte leads 2-9-0 9-2-1995 A

Memphis leads 5-2-0 10-13-2006 A 10-5-2008 A 10-4-2009 H 11-6-2009 N 9-24-2010 A 10-16-2011 H 10-5-2012 A

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A l l- T i m e S e r i e s R e s u lt s LSU LSU leads 4-3-0 8-27-2010 H 8-19-2011 H 9-10-2012 A

M i s s o u r i S tat e W W L

1-0 3-1 1-2

M a r q u e tt e L L L L L L L L L L

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

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

0-3

W L W W

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

0-3

Memphis leads 1-0-0 9-6-2002 H

Series tied 1-1-0 9-11-1998 A 9-12-2008 H

W

3-0

L W

0-4 3-0

Oklahoma State leads 2-0-0 9-3-2010 A #18 L 9-2-2012 H #3 L

1-2 2-3

O r e g o n S tat e 0-5

Rhodes 0-1 6-4 3-0 2-0 9-0

0-1 ot 3-4 0-6 ot 1-1 2-3 1-0 0-7 1-0 2-3 0-3 1-0 2-1 0-1 2-1 3-0

W T W L W W L

4-3 2o 1-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-0 0-2

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

0-1 0-4 ot 1-1 ot 1-1 4-0 1-0 3-4 ot 3-2 1-3 0-2 2-1 2-0 5-0 2-1

S ac r a m e n t o S tat e Sacramento State leads 1-0-0 8-25-2000 A L 2-6 Saint Louis Saint Louis leads 7-3-0 10-18-1996 A L 10-19-1997 H W 10-16-1998 A W 10-17-1999 H L 10-20-2000 A L 9-21-2001 A L 9-20-2002 H L 10-24-2004 A L 9-18-2009 H L 8-20-2010 A W

1-2 ot 3-2 1-0 0-1 1-3 0-2 0-4 0-3 0-2 2-1

Samford Samford leads 3-2-0 9-2-2005 A 9-4-2006 H 9-8-2007 A 8-22-2010 H 8-28-2011 A

L L L W W

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

Missouri Missouri leads 2-0-0 8-31-2001 A 8-17-2012 A

Memphis leads 1-0-0 8-25-2000 A

3-1 1-2 0-1

Memphis leads 5-1-2 10-30-2005 A 10-21-2007 H 10-17-2008 A

W

2-1

L W W

1-2 3-1 3-0

SMU

M i s s o u r i S tat e Series tied 4-4-2 9-5-1997 H 9-6-1998 A 9-10-1999 H

W L L

T L W W

2o 1-1 2o 0-1 2-0 5-0

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

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

W

10-1

W W L L L

1-0 4-0 1-2 2o 0-1 0-3

W L L

2-1 0-3 1-2

W W L W W W W W W

9-0 3-0 2o 2-3 3-1 2-1 3-0 7-0 4-1 7-0

TCU

Tennessee Tennessee leads 2-1-0 10-13-1996 H 8-29-1997 A 9-11-2009 A UT M a r t i n Memphis leads 8-1-0 9-16-1998 H 9-9-2001 H 10-4-2002 A 10-8-2003 H 9-8-2004 A 9-7-2005 H 8-27-2006 A 9-18-2007 H 11-12-2011 H

Memphis leads 3-1-0 10-10-2001 A 9-10-2004 H 8-28-2005 H 8-25-2006 A

Memphis leads 5-4-0 9-20-1996 H 9-12-1997 A 9-20-1998 A 9-17-1999 H 9-29-2000 A 10-14-2001 H 11-2-2002 A 10-17-2003 H 9-30-2005 H

W L L L W L W W W

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

L W W W

0-1 2-0 7-0 8-0

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Memphis leads 6-2-1 10-1-1995 A 10-28-2005 A 10-19-2007 H 10-19-2008 A 10-18-2009 H 10-15-2010 A 10-9-2011 H 11-2-2011 H 10-19-2012 A

L L W W

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

W W

3-0 2-0

V a n d e r b i lt Series tied 2-2-0 10-25-2000 A 9-26-2001 H 9-15-2011 A 9-6-2012 A W e s t e r n K e n t u ck y

Tulsa

S t e p h e n F. A u s t i n

TCU leads 3-2-0 10-21-2001 A 10-25-2002 H 11-3-2003 A 10-1-2004 A 9-17-2010 H

2-1

2-3 4-5 1-4 1-0 2-1 2-3 1-2 3-0 2o 2-1 1-4

L W W W W T W W L

0-5 1-0 3-0 4-2 1-0 2o 1-1 4-0 ot 2-1 0-3

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

3-4 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-4 1-3 1-0 1-2 1-2 1-4 1-0 4-2 2o 0-0 ot 1-0 2-1 2-0 ot 1-2 2-1 2-0 4-0

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

0-1 2-1 2o 1-2 2-0 ot 1-2 2-0 1-0 3-0 2o 1-1 1-0 3-0 ot 2-1 0-2

Memphis leads 2-0-0 9-6-2009 H 9-4-2011 A

*Rankings listed are at time of game

UAB Memphis leads 10-9-1 9-22-1996 H 9-14-1997 A 10-30-1998 H 10-29-1999 A 10-7-2000 A 10-26-2001 A 10-20-2002 H 10-29-2003 A 10-17-2004 A 11-3-2004 N 10-14-2005 H 10-27-2006 A 11-3-2006 N 10-5-2007 H 10-30-2008 A 11-5-2008 N 10-29-2009 H 10-28-2010 H 10-27-2011 A 10-25-2012 A UCF Memphis leads 8-4-1 10-21-2005 H 10-6-2006 A 10-28-2007 H 11-11-2007 N 9-28-2008 H #20 11-7-2008 N #22 9-27-2009 A #20 11-8-2009 N 10-1-2010 H #18 11-7-2010 A #23 10-23-2011 A 9-21-2012 H #6 10-31-2012 N UNC G r e e n s b o r o UNC Greensboro leads 1-0-0 11-16-2007 N L

0-1

USF USF leads 7-2 10-6-1996 H 10-17-1997 A 10-4-1998 A 10-1-1999 H 9-17-2000 H 10-28-2001 H 10-13-2002 A 10-24-2003 H 10-15-2004 A

W L L L L W L L L

4-2 0-4 0-7 1-2 0-7 3-0 0-2 0-1 0-4

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2-3 1-5

5-1

T e n n e s s e e T e ch

San Francisco L L

W

S o u th e r n M i s s

Memphis leads 1-0-0 9-13-1996 H

W

Toledo Memphis leads 1-0-0 9-3-1999 H

L L L W W L L W W L

History

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

Memphis leads 4-2-1 10-20-2006 H 10-14-2007 A 10-12-2008 H 10-11-2009 A 10-22-2010 H 9-25-2011 A 10-11-2012 H

0-5

S o u th e a s t M i s s o u r i

Memphis leads 11-4 9-18-1998 A 9-19-1999 H 10-1-2000 A 10-12-2001 H 10-18-2002 A 10-22-2003 H 10-23-2005 H 10-8-2006 A 10-26-2007 H 11-7-2007 N 9-26-2008 H 9-25-2009 A 10-3-2010 H 10-21-2011 A 9-23-2012 H

1-3

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L W W W W

2-4

S o u th e a s t L o u i s i a n a

Memphis leads 2-1-1 9-9-2003 H 9-25-2005 A 9-14-2006 H 9-14-2012 H

L

Tulane

S o u th C a r o l i n a

Memphis leads 1-0-0 9-10-2000 H

O k l ah o m a S tat e

Memphis leads 4-1-0 9-26-1995 H 10-30-1996 H 10-29-1997 H 9-1-1998 H 9-1-1999 H

S o u th A l a b a m a

South Carolina leads 1-0-0 9-4-1995 A L

N o r th e a s t e r n

Rice

M i s s i s s i p p i S tat e Memphis leads 7-5-2 10-6-1995 H 9-2-1996 A 9-17-1997 H 10-13-1998 A 9-22-1999 H 10-10-2000 A 11-4-2001 A 9-15-2002 H 8-29-2003 H 9-14-2004 A 9-16-2005 H 9-10-2006 A 9-23-2007 H 9-19-2008 A

L

2-0 6-2 3-0 2o 3-3 2o 1-1

UTEP UTEP leads 6-4-0 10-2-2005 H 11-2-2005 N 10-15-2006 A 11-9-2007 A 10-3-2008 A 10-2-2009 H 9-26-2010 A 10-14-2011 H 11-6-2011 H 10-7-2012 A

Players

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Mississippi Ole Miss leads 8-6-1 10-25-1995 A 10-15-1996 H 10-8-1997 A 10-8-1998 H 10-10-1999 A 9-17-2001 H 8-31-2003 A 8-31-2004 A 9-13-2005 H 9-8-2006 A 9-21-2007 H 9-5-2008 A 9-4-2009 H 9-12-2010 A 9-9-2011 H

Nebraska leads 1-0-0 10-11-2002 A #23

W W W T T

South Alabama leads 1-0-0 10-14-1995 H L

N e b r a s ka

Oregon State leads 1-0-0 11-12-2010 N #15 L

Middle Tennessee Memphis leads 3-1-0 9-2-2000 H 9-5-2004 H 9-18-2005 A 9-16-2012 H

0-4 ot 2-2 2-1 2-3 4-0 2o 0-0 2-0

T e x a s A&M Texas A&M leads 1-0-0 11-13-2009 N #22

Coaching Staff

W W W W W W W W

Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. leads 1-0-0 9-7-2008 H

L T W L W T W

O k l ah o m a

M a r s ha l l Memphis leads 8-0-0 10-9-2005 A 10-1-2006 H 11-2-2007 A 10-24-2008 H 10-23-2009 A 10-10-2010 H 9-30-2011 A 9-30-2012 H

SMU Memphis leads 5-1-2 10-16-2009 H 11-4-2009 A 10-17-2010 A 10-7-2011 H 10-21-2012 A

Media

Marquette leads 10-0-0 10-20-1995 A 10-25-1996 A 10-3-1997 H 11-6-1997 N 9-27-1998 H 9-23-1999 A 9-24-2000 H 9-23-2001 A 9-28-2003 H 10-22-2004 H

Series tied 4-4-2 9-8-2000 A 9-2-2001 H 10-7-2002 A 9-12-2003 H 9-11-2005 H 9-22-2006 A 9-30-2007 H

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Record vs Opponents by Conference A m e r i ca n A th l e t i c

Media

29-31-5 Cincinnati Houston Louisville SMU UCF USF

B i g 12 1-9 7-7-1 6-3-1 5-1-2 8-4-1 2-7

0-1 0-1

A t l a n t i c 10

Coaching Staff

3-7-0 Saint Louis

3-7

Big East 6-13-1 DePaul Marquette

6-3-1 0-10

Big Sky 0-1-0 Sacramento State

0-1

C o n f e r e n c e USA 70-39-6 Charlotte Colorado College East Carolina Florida Atlantic FIU Marshall Middle Tennessee Rice Southern Miss Tulane Tulsa UAB UTEP

0-1 0-1

Players

0-2-0 Illinois Nebraska

2-0-0 Drury

2012 Review

S o u th e a s t e r n (SEC) 2-2

M i d -A m e r i ca n (MAC) 1-0-0 Toledo

1-0

2-9 5-2 11-0-2 1-0 0-0-1 8-0 3-1 4-2-1 11-4 5-4 6-2-1 10-9-1 4-6

2-0

11-8-4 Evansville Loyola Chicago Missouri State SEMO

4-3-1 1-0 4-4-2 2-1-1

Ohio Valley

24-29-4 Arkansas LSU Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Vanderbilt

S u n B e lt 1-4 3-4 6-8-1 7-5-2 0-2 0-1 1-2 2-2

S o u th l a n d 2-0-0 Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin

11-2-0 Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State South Alabama Louisiana-Monroe Westerm Kentucky

2-0 2-1 0-1 3-1 8-1

4-4-0 Chattanooga Samford UNC Greensboro

1-0 1-0

1-0-0 San Francisco

0-2-0 Colorado Oregon State

0-1 0-1

S o u th e a s t e r n (SEC) 24-29-4 Alabama

2-0 2-3 0-1

S o u th e r n A th l e t i c 4-1-0 Rhodes College

P ac 12

4-1

S o u th e r n S tat e (NAIA) 1-0-0 Brewton Parker

23-19-5 Cincinnati Houston Louisville SMU UCF USF

C o n f e r e n c e USA 1-3 7-5-1 1-2-1 5-1-2 8-4-1 1-4

Atlantic Coast 0-1-0 Miami

0-1

A t l a n t i c 10 1-5-0 Saint Louis

1-0

4-1-1

3-1 0-4

0-1

0-1 0-1

1-0

C o n f e r e n c e USA 68-24-6 Charlotte Colorado College

8-5-4 Evansville Missouri State SEMO

10-2-0 Tennessee Tech UT Martin

2-2

S o u th l a n d 1-0-0 Southeastern Louisiana

1-0

S o u th e r n 2-4-0 Samford UNC Greensboro

2-3 0-1

2-0

1-2

9-0-0 Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Louisiana-Monroe Westerm Kentucky S o u thw e s t e r n A th l e t i c 2-0-0 Alabama A&M

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

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

2-0

West Coast 1-0-0 San Francisco

1-0

3-1 7-1

P ac 12 1-0 0-2 2-3 0-1

C o l o n i a l A th l e t i c A s s o c i at i o n 1-0-0 Northeastern

1-2-0 Christian Brothers

22-16-1 Vanderbilt

S u n B e lt

Ohio Valley

B i g 12 3-6-0 Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas A&M

2-0-0 Drury

Missouri Valley

Big Ten 0-2-0 Illinois Nebraska

11-0-2 1-0 0-0-1 8-0 3-1 4-2-1 11-2 4-1 6-1-1 9-6-1 4-6

G u l f S o u th C o n f e r e n c e

Big Sky 0-1-0 Sacramento State

S o u th e a s t e r n (SEC)

G r e at L ak e s V a l l e y 1-5

Big East 3-5-0 DePaul Marquette

68-24-6 East Carolina Florida Atlantic FIU Marshall Middle Tennessee Rice Southern Miss Tulane Tulsa UAB UTEP

2-3 5-2

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0-2-0 Colorado Oregon State

0-1 0-1

S o u th e a s t e r n (SEC) 22-16-1 Alabama Arkansas LSU Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri Tennessee

2-0

West Coast

S o u th e r n

15-4-0 Belmont Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech UT Martin

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

S o u thw e s t e r n A th l e t i c 2-0-0 Alabama A&M

Brooks Monaghan’s Record vs Opponents A m e r i ca n A th l e t i c

History

2-2-0 Christian Brothers

Missouri Valley 1-0

G r e at L ak e s V a l l e y Big Ten

32

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

C o l o n i a l A th l e t i c A s s o c i at i o n 1-0-0 Northeastern

Atlantic Coast 0-2-0 Florida State Miami

G u l f S o u th C o n f e r e n c e

3-7-0 Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas A&M

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

The University of Memphis

1-0


A l l- T i m e C o n f e r e n c e S ta n d i n g s 1995 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #Cincinnati #Louisville &Charlotte Evansville Marquette Memphis

League 4-1-0 4-1-0 2-2-1 2-2-1 1-4-0 1-4-0

1999 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Overall 10-9-2 9-9-0 13-7-2 9-12-1 8-11-2 5-14-0

1996 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Overall 16-6-1 15-5-3 12-6-2 9-9-2 10-9-2 12-7-1 8-13-0 6-11-1 7-13-0 2-16-0

1997 - C o n f e r e n c e USA League 7-1-1 7-1-1 6-1-2 5-4-0 4-4-1 4-4-1 4-5-0 3-6-0 2-7-0 0-9-0

Overall 14-2-4 15-4-1 16-5-3 8-10-2 11-5-3 10-6-1 11-10-1 7-13-0 5-14-1 2-16-2

1998 - C o n f e r e n c e USA League 9-0-2 7-2-2 8-3-0 8-3-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 4-7-0 4-7-0 3-7-1 1-6-4 2-8-1 0-11-0

Overall 15-1-3 15-6-3 11-8-0 12-8-2 15-5-2 10-10-1 7-12-1 7-12-0 6-10-2 2-12-4 5-10-3 0-17-1

1999 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #Saint Louis &Marquette Charlotte

League 8-1-2 8-2-1 8-2-1

Overall 14-3-3 16-7-2 14-7-1

League 10-0-1 8-0-3 9-2-0 8-2-1 6-5-0 5-5-1 5-6-0 4-6-1 3-8-0 2-8-1 2-9-0 0-11-0

Overall 20-3-1 13-5-3 16-6-0 12-9-1 9-8-0 9-9-1 8-11-0 6-10-1 9-11-0 3-14-2 3-14-0 1-18-1

2001 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #&Cincinnati Marquette Charlotte Tulane UAB East Carolina Houston Saint Louis Southern Miss TCU Memphis Louisville USF DePaul

League 10-0-0 8-2-0 7-2-1 7-3-0 7-3-0 6-4-0 6-4-0 5-4-1 3-7-0 3-7-0 3-7-0 2-8-0 1-8-1 0-9-1

Overall 20-4-0 16-6-0 9-7-4 9-8-0 11-9-0 10-8-1 8-9-1 8-10-1 9-7-0 7-11-0 5-13-1 4-13-0 4-13-2 6-12-1

2002 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #Charlotte &Cincinnati Saint Louis East Carolina Marquette Houston USF Memphis UAB Tulane DePaul

League 8-0-2 6-1-3 6-3-1 5-2-3 5-3-2 4-3-3 4-4-2 5-5-0 5-5-0 3-4-3 3-6-1

Overall 16-2-2 17-4-3 13-6-1 11-6-4 13-8-3 8-8-3 8-8-2 9-10-1 9-9-1 6-10-3 10-8-1

2-7-1 1-7-2 1-8-1

2006 - C o n f e r e n c e USA 6-10-1 2-13-5 5-12-1

2003 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #UAB TCU Marquette USF Saint Louis &DePaul Tulane Charlotte East Carolina Southern Miss Cincinnati Louisville Memphis Houston

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

Overall 13-5-1 9-8-2 11-8-1 8-8-2 14-5-3 14-7-2 11-7-2 7-11-2 7-7-5 9-7-3 5-13-1 7-9-2 5-10-3 3-13-2

2004 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #Saint Louis &UAB Marquette East Carolina Louisville Charlotte Memphis DePaul Tulane TCU USF Houston Cincinnati Southern Miss

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

Overall 15-6-1 16-6-1 12-8-1 8-9-2 12-5-3 5-12-2 11-8-0 9-9-2 7-10-2 6-11-1 5-9-2 5-14-0 5-11-0 4-14-0

2005 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #SMU UCF &UTEP Rice Memphis UAB Tulsa East Carolina Houston Southern Miss Tulane Marshall

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

Overall 15-5-2 12-10-0 13-7-1 20-4-1 12-7-0 8-10-1 8-12-1 8-7-3 9-9-2 4-9-2 1-11-0 2-16-0

Team #SMU UCF Memphis UTEP Colorado College East Carolina &UAB Tulsa Rice Houston Marshall Sourthern Miss

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

2009 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Overall 17-5-1 11-6-2 11-6-3 15-6-0 15-6-1 10-8-2 8-12-1 7-11-1 11-6-1 9-10-0 5-11-1 4-13-1

2007 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #&Memphis #UCF UTEP Rice Colorado College UAB East Carolina SMU Southern Miss Marshall Tulsa Houston

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

Overall 15-4-4 17-4-1 13-7-2 9-8-2 12-7-2 10-6-3 8-11-0 9-5-5 9-7-1 4-13-1 3-14-2 4-12-2

2008 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #&Memphis #East Carolina UCF UTEP Colorado College Rice UAB SMU Tulsa Houston Marshall Southern Miss

League 8-2-1 7-0-4 7-2-2 6-4-1 6-4-1 6-5-0 5-4-2 4-7-0 3-6-2 3-7-1 3-8-0 1-10-0

Overall 15-5-2 14-4-4 14-6-3 13-7-1 13-7-2 10-9-0 7-11-2 6-13-1 8-9-3 7-10-1 5-10-4 5-13-1

2009 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #UCF Colorado College &Memphis UTEP UAB SMU Marshall East Carolina

League 10-1-0 8-2-1 8-3-0 7-4-0 5-4-2 5-5-1 5-6-0 4-6-1

Overall 17-5-1 12-6-2 16-7-0 13-6-1 11-7-3 7-11-1 12-7-0 9-7-3

Rice Tulsa Houston Southern Miss

4-6-1 4-7-0 2-7-2 0-11-0

6-10-3 7-10-2 4-12-2 4-13-0

2010 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #UCF &Memphis Houston SMU Rice Marshall UAB Colorado College East Carolina UTEP Tulsa Southern Miss

League 8-1-2 7-1-3 6-2-3 6-4-1 5-3-3 5-5-1 4-5-2 4-6-1 4-6-1 4-7-0 3-6-2 0-10-1

Overall 16-5-3 15-4-3 12-5-4 11-7-4 8-8-4 7-9-3 8-9-2 8-7-4 9-9-1 11-8-0 8-9-2 3-14-2

2011 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #&Memphis Colorado College SMU UCF East Carolina Rice UTEP Tulsa Houston UAB Marshall Southern Miss

League 10-0-1 8-2-1 7-3-1 6-2-3 5-6-0 4-5-2 4-5-2 4-5-2 3-6-2 3-7-1 2-7-2 1-9-1

Overall 22-1-1 10-7-3 11-8-1 12-5-5 11-8-1 10-7-4 11-8-4 10-7-3 6-11-2 6-12-1 4-12-3 4-13-3

2012 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #Colo. College #Rice &UCF East Carolina Tulsa Memphis SMU Houston Marshall UTEP Southern Miss UAB

League 8-2-1 8-2-1 8-3-0 6-2-3 6-3-2 6-4-1 4-3-4 3-4-3 3-7-1 3-8-0 1-9-0 1-10-0

Overall 14-4-5 11-7-3 17-5-2 10-7-3 12-6-4 10-8-1 9-8-4 7-9-3 7-11-1 10-10-0 4-12-1 2-17-0

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Team #USF &Charlotte Houston UAB Marquette Cincinnati Saint Louis Tulane Southern Miss DePaul Memphis Louisville

2000 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Team #&Marquette Saint Louis Cincinnati Charlotte Southern Miss Houston Tulane USF Memphis UAB DePaul Louisville

Southern Miss TCU Louisville

Players

Team #Marquette #Charlotte #&Cincinnati UAB Saint Louis USF Memphis Louisville Tulane DePaul

2002 - C o n f e r e n c e USA 11-8-2 10-10-1 11-8-0 8-10-1 10-9-1 7-11-0 8-10-0 5-13-0 1-17-0

Coaching Staff

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

8-2-1 7-3-1 7-4-0 6-4-1 4-6-1 3-8-0 2-9-0 1-10-0 0-11-0

Media

Team #Marquette &Cincinnati Saint Louis Louisville Charlotte UAB Memphis USF Tulane DePaul

Houston UAB USF Cincinnati Southern Miss DePaul Tulane Memphis Louisville

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Meyers Field Cincinnati, Ohio First Round #3 Charlotte 4, #6 Memphis 1 #4 Evansville 1, #5 Marquette 0 Semifinals #3 Charlotte 4, #2 Louisville 0 #4 Evansville 3, #1 Cincinnati 0 Championship #3 Charlotte 1, #4 Evansville 0 (ot)

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1996 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Transamerica Field Charlotte, N.C. First Round #7 Memphis 5, #10 DePaul 1 #8 USF 3, #9 Tulane 0 Quarterfinals #3 Saint Louis 1, #6 UAB 1 (Saint Louis advances on PK, 5-4) #2 Cincinnati 2, #7 Memphis 0 #1 Marquette 3, #8 USF 0 #5 Charlotte 3, #4 Louisville 0 Semifinals #2 Cincinnati 2, #3 Saint Louis 0 #1 Marquette 2, #5 Charlotte 0 Championship #2 Cincinnati 4, #1 Marquette 2 (ot) 1997 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Anheuser-Busch Conference and Sports Centre Fenton, Mo. First Round #8 Louisville 1, #9 Tulane 0 #7 Memphis 4, #10 DePaul 0 Quarterfinals #4 UAB 1, #5 Saint Louis 1 (UAB advances on PK, 5-4) #1 Cincinnati 1, #8 Louisville 0 #2 Marquette 2, #7 Memphis 0 #3 Charlotte5 , #6 USF 2 Semifinals #1 Cincinnati 2, #4 UAB 2 (Cincinnati advances on PK, 4-3) #2 Marquette 3, #3 Charlotte 2

History

Championship #1 Cincinnati 1, #2 Marquette 0

Championship #4 Marquette 2, #2 Charlotte 1 (ot) 2000 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Mo. Quarterfinals #1 Marquette 2, #8 USF 1 (2ot) #4 Charlotte 2, #5 Southern Miss 0 #3 Cincinnati 4, #6 Houston 2 #2 Saint Louis 3, #7 Tulane 1 Semifinals #1 Marquette 4, #4 Charlotte 1 #3 Cincinnati 1, #2 Saint Louis 0 (2ot) Championship #1 Marquette 1, #3 Cincinnati 0 (2ot) 2001 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Valley Fields Milwaukee, Wis. Quarterfinals #1 Cincinnati 2, #8 Saint Louis 0 #5 UAB 3, #4 Tulane 0 #3 Charlotte 0, #6 East Carolina 0 (Charlotte advances on PK, 9-8) #2 Marquette 2, #7 Houston 1 (2ot) Semifinals #1 Cincinnati 2, #5 UAB 0 #2 Marquette 1, #3 Charlotte 0 Championship #1 Cincinnati 1, #2 Marquette 0 2002 - C o n f e r e n c e USA

2003 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Transamerica Field Charlotte, N.C. Quarterfinals #6 DePaul 2, #3 Marquette 1 (2ot) #7 Tulane 0, #2 TCU 0 (2ot) (Tulane advances on PK, 3-1) #5 Saint Louis 2, #4 USF 0 #1 UAB 0, #8 Charlotte 0 (2ot) (UAB advances on PK, 3-0) Semifinals #6 DePaul 2, #7 Tulane 0 #5 Saint Louis 3, #1 UAB 0 Championship #6 DePaul 1, #5 Saint Louis 1 (2ot) (DePaul wins on PK, 4-3) 2004 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Mo. Quarterfinals #2 UAB 4, #7 Memphis 1 #3 Marquette 2, #6 Charlotte 1 #5 Louisville 2, #4 East Carolina 1 #1 Saint Louis 3, #8 DePaul 1 Semifinals #2 UAB 2, #3 Marquette 0 #1 Saint Louis 1, #5 Louisville 0 Championship #2 UAB 2, #1 Saint Louis 1 2005 - C o n f e r e n c e USA

Transamerica Field Charlotte, N.C. Quarterfinals #2 Cincinnati 3, #7 USF 1 #3 East Carolina 2, #6 Houston 0 #5 Marquette 2, #4 Saint Louis 1 #1 Charlotte 2, #8 Memphis 0

Rice Soccer/Track Stadium Houston, Texas Quarterfinals #1 UCF 3, #8 Houston 2 #4 UTEP 5, #5 Memphis 4 #7 East Carolina 0, #2 SMU 0 (ECU advances on PK, 5-4) #3 Rice 1, #6 UAB 0

Semifinals #2 Cincinnati 2, #3 East Carolina 1 #5 Marquette 2, #1 Charlotte 1

Semifinals #3 Rice 2, #7 East Carolina #4 UTEP 5, #1 UCF 1

Championship #2 Cincinnati 2, #5 Marquette 1

Championship #3 Rice 3, #4 UTEP 0

Semifinals #1 UCF 1, #5 UAB 0 #3 Memphis 1, #2 Colorado College 0

2006 - C o n f e r e n c e USA SMU Soccer Stadium Dallas, Texas Quarterfinals #1 SMU 1, #8 Tulsa 0 #5 Colorado College 2, #4 UTEP 1 #7 UAB 2, #2 UCF 1 #3 Memphis 2, #6 ECU 1

Championship #3 Memphis 3, #1 UCF 0 2010 - C o n f e r e n c e USA UCF Track & Soccer Complex Orlando, Fla. Quarterfinals #3 Houston 3, #6 Marshall 0 #4 SMU 0, #5 Rice 0 (SMU advances on PK, 4-2)

Semifinals #5 Colorado College 4, #1 SMU 1 #7 UAB 1, #3 Memphis 1 (2ot) (UAB advances on PK, 4-3) Championship #7 UAB 3, #5 Colorado College 2

Semifinals #2 Memphis 1, #3 Houston 0 #1 UCF 2, #4 SMU 0

2007 - C o n f e r e n c e USA University Field El Paso, Texas Quarterfinals #1 UCF 2, #8 ECU 0 #5 Rice 1, #4 UAB 0 #3 UTEP 3, #6 Colorado College 2 (2ot) #2 Memphis 6, #7 ECU 0 Semifinals #1 UCF 1, #5 Rice 0 #2 Memphis 1, # 3 UTEP 0 Championship #2 Memphis 2, #1 UCF 0 2008 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Rice Soccer Stadium Houston, Texas Quarterfinals #1 ECU 1, #8 SMU 0 #5 Colorado College 1, #4 UTEP 0 #3 UCF 2, #6 Rice 1 #2 Memphis 2, #7 UAB 0 Semifinals #1 ECU 2, #5 CC 1 #2 Memphis 2, # 3 UCF 0 Championship #2 Memphis 4, #1 ECU 1 2009 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Westcott Field Dallas, Texas Quarterfinals #5 UAB 1, #4 UTEP 1 (UAB advances on PK, 3-0) #3 Memphis 6, #6 SMU 2

Championship #2 Memphis 1, #1 UCF 0 2011 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Mike Rose Soccer Complex Memphis, Tenn. Quarterfinals #7 UTEP 2, #2 Colorado College 1 #6 Rice 2, #3 SMU 1 (2ot) #5 East Carolina 2, #4 UCF 1 #1 Memphis 2, #8 Tulsa 1 (ot) Semifinals #7 UTEP 0, #6 Rice 0 (2ot) (UTEP advances on PK, 3-1) #1 Memphis 3, #5 East Carolina 0 Championship #1 Memphis 2, #7 UTEP 1 (2ot) 2012 - C o n f e r e n c e USA University Field El Paso, Texas Quarterfinals #1 Colorado College 2, #8 Houston 1 #5 Tulsa 1, #4 East Carolina 0 (ot) #7 SMU 3, #2 Rice 1 #3 UCF 2, #6 Memphis 0 Semifinals #5 Tulsa 5, #1 Colorado College 4 (PKs) #3 UCF 2, #7 SMU 0 Championship #3 UCF 2, #5 Tulsa 0

1998 - C o n f e r e n c e USA Cox Soccer Complex Farmers Branch, Texas Quarterfinals #2 Charlotte 2, #7 Saint Louis 0 #6 Cincinnati 2, #3 Houston 0 #1 USF 4, #8 Tulane 0 #5 Marquette 2, #4 UAB 0 Semifinals #2 Charlotte 2, #6 Cincinnati 1 #5 Marquette 2, #1 USF 1 Championship #2 Charlotte 0, #5 Marquette 0 (Charlotte advances on PK, 5-4) 1999 - C o n f e r e n c e USA

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Keane, Samantha Keating, Beth Kelley, Shannon Kelsall, Kim Kerr, Tarah Kline, Christie Konno, Yuiko Kubota, Asuka Kuhar-Pitters, Elise

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Laufenberg, Laura Leone, Maggie

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Newbern, Geneil Nielsen, Anja Nugent, Nugene

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Oduro, Christabel Olszewski, Amanda Ovrebo, Elin Oxentine, Brooke

Radcliffe,Stacey Raine, Jocelyn Rawe, Kari Robson, Kelsey Rozanska, Roma Ruiz, Veronica

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Sabet, Katie Sanderson, Valerie Savage, Melissa Scanniello, Carla Schafer, Summer Schwab, Emiko Sedgewick, Elaine Shelton, Mary Shute, Laurel Simon, Jennifer Simonin, Lizzy Simpson, Diamond Smart, Robyn Smith, Melissa Smith, Meridith Someya, Harumi Sorensen, Michelle Sparrow, Rebecca Spiniolas, Candace Stamper, Sherri Strickland, Christa Strnadova, Alena Strnadova, Vendula Strung, Brittany Sullivan, Halley Jo

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W-L-T 5-14-0 8-13-0 11-10-1 5-10-3 5-13-0 34-60-4

Pct. .263 .381 .523 .361 .278 .367

Conf. 1-4-0 3-6-0 4-5-0 2-8-1 1-10-0 11-33-1

Finish 6/6 7/10 7/10 11/12 11/12

Home 4-5-0 5-5-0 8-3-1 4-3-2 3-8-0 24-24-3

Road 1-7-0 2-7-0 2-6-0 1-7-1 2-5-0 8-32-1

Neutral 0-2-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-4-0

9-11-0 5-13-1 9-10-1 5-10-3 11-8-0 12-7-0 11-6-3 17-4-1 15-5-2 16-7-0 15-4-3 22-1-1 10-8-1 157-94-16 191-154-20

.450 .289 .457 .361 .579 .632 .625 .795 .727 .696 .750 .938 .553 .618 .551

3-8-0 3-7-0 5-5-0 2-7-1 5-5-0 6-3-0 6-2-2 7-1-1 8-2-1 8-3-0 7-1-3 10-0-1 6-4-1 86-48-10 97-71-11

9/12 T9/14 T8/14 13/14 7/14 5/12 3/12 T1/12 T1/12 3/12 2/12 1/12 6/12

6-3-0 4-5-1 5-3-0 4-4-1 7-2-0 7-3-0 4-3-1 9-1-0 6-3-1 6-4-0 8-1-2 11-1-1 7-3-0 84-36-7 108-60-10

3-8-0 1-8-0 4-7-0 1-6-2 4-5-0 4-3-0 6-3-1 5-1-1 6-1-1 7-2-0 6-2-1 11-0-0 3-4-1 61-50-7 69-82-8

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-1 3-2-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 12-8-2 14-12-2

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Gardner, Elizabeth Gardner, McCall Gjertsen, Jessica Gnaster, Lisa

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Vicky Brown Lisa Gnaster Anja Nielsen Jocelyn Raine Kate Murphy Kelley Gravlin

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Jennifer Vossen Becca Amrozowicz Beth Keating Geneil Newbern Lia Fannin Christie Kline Alena Strnadova

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Elin Overbo Lesley Zmurchuk Nicole Bates-Eamer Amy Ciezki Candace Halvorson Tori Dalton Rasheeda Ansari Elysia Masters

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Kim Kelsall 1995 Amy Fulbright 1996 Michele Meehan 1997-2000 Elaine Sedgewick 2004, 2006-07 Vendula Strnadova 2008-10 Sarah Daane 2011-12 Ginesha Pickersgill 2013

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Tiffany Marsh Jessica Gjertsen Leanne McGee Laura Pfeffer Carly Bykerk Taylor Isenhower McKenzie Bricker

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LaVonne Hill Jennifer Thiele Susannah Dawells Katy Booth Kelsey Bakker Kylie Davis

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Shannon Kelley Erin Dodd

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Jodi Fisher Roni Ruiz Caroline Barrett Brittany Baldwin Christabel Oduro

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Christy Caswell Alison Baker Melissa Savage Stacey Radcliffe Katie Sabet Emmaleigh Davis Katie Donahue Nugene Nugent

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Robin Waddell Suzanne Williams Kristan Wilson Isabel Briones Tara Telford Madison Oyer Honeye Heydari

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Jessica Buttermore Marcie Breton Rebecca Sparrow Carla Scanniello Alexandra Atkinson Vendula Strnadova Kelsey Robson Kaitlyn Atkins

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Kara Murphy Molly Danaher Jennifer Goff Courtnee Melton Laura Laufenberg Brittany Hance Nicole Zeidler

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Michelle Pierce Michelle Meduri Robyn Smart Maiko Higashiyama Laura Laufenberg Alex Craig

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Nicole Bates-Eamer Candice Spiniolas Susannah Wells

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Madison Cheek Maggie Leone Lizzy Hildebrandt Carly Cassady

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Shelly Heinz Lindley Harrison Tiffany Thompson Kristy Marr Shoko Mikami Harumi Someya Melissa Smith Tine Schryvers Jennifer Boudreau

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Lisa Zimmer Stephanie Vossen Mary Shelton Asuka Kubota Harumi Someya Amanda Olszweski Sam Watson Marissa Duguay

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Sherri Stamper Heather Chinnellato Angela Willoughby Yuiko Konno Joanna Alexopulos Brittany Baldwin Julia Ignacio Alena Strnadova Danielle Tolmais

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Jamie Feddema Jennifer Goff Annika Moller Emiko Schwab Lindsay Bell Brooke Oxentine Summer Schafer

Jennifer Thiele Erin Ferris Halley Jo Sullivan Lizzy Simonin Christi Padget

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Elizabeth Bellamy Meredith Smith Amy Thessen Heather Wilson Lindsey Joseph Laurel Shute Bailey Pembroke Ashlynn Jones

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Tori Winslett Laura Barse Kelsey Irish Sarah MacGregor Lia Fannin Averi Hallman Lucy Cunningham

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Catherine Brannon Monica Powell Lauren Everhart

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Tarah Kerr Kaisa Marshall Samantha Keane

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Meredith Smith Anna Thorsdottir Vicki Greenwell Chloe James Maiko Higashiyama Lizzy Hildebrandt Anna Butzlaff Emily Adamic

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Aika Young Eliza Wellford Krista Turner Olivia Borkenstein Lucy Cunningham

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Leslie Walker Aly Hancock Ashley Barksdale Courtney Neville Kayla Dowler

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Jocelyn Whitehead Katie Sabet Nikki Unland Gisenia Utreras

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Roma Rozanska Melissa Smith Carly Cassady Christa Strickland

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Jennifer Simon Chelsea Brooks Ashley Berra McCall Gardner Alison Holland

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2006 2007 2008-11 2012

2006 2007-10 2011 2012

1998 2006 2007-10 2011-12 2013

88

Diamond Simpson Maryse Bard-Martel

2012 2013

Bold indicates active players

1995 1996-99 2002 2003-04 2005-06 2007-08 2009-12 2013

1997-2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 2009-12 2013

1995-96 2001-04 2005

The University of Memphis


Record Book Career

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d

Most Points

Most Shutouts

Rk

Player

Min

Year

Rk

Player

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

7,043

2007-11

1.

2004-07

Lowest Goals Against Average Sho

Year

Rk

GAA

Year

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

15

2011

4.

0.87

2009

5.

0.93

2008

Rk

Player

Points

Year

2.

Isabel Briones

5,799

2.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

11

2009

1.

Kylie Hayes

102

2005-08

3.

Frances Currin

4,907 1995-97,1999

3.

Isabel Briones

10

2007

2.

Jodi Fisher

94

1995-98

4.

Katarina Wicksell

4,809

2000-02

4.

Isabel Briones

8

2006

3.

Christabel Oduro

83

2010-

5.

Heather Chinellato

2,784

1996-98

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

8

2010

4.

Ashley Berra

82

2007-10

5.

Shoko Mikami

77

2004-06

Rk

Player

Goals

Year

1.

Kylie Hayes

43

2005-08

2.

Jodi Fisher

33

1995-98

3.

Christabel Oduro

32

2010-

Ashley Berra

32

2007-10

Shoko Mikami

28

2004-06

5.

Rk

Player

Assists

Year

1.

Christy Caswell

32

1995-98

2.

Jodi Fisher

26

1995-98

3.

Shoko Mikami

21

2004-06

4.

Christabel Oduro

19

2010-

5.

Vendula Strnadova

17

2007-10

Most Shots Rk

Player

Year

1.

Vendula Strnadova

247

2007-10

2.

Kylie Hayes

196

2005-08

3.

Ashley Berra

192

2007-10

4.

Jodi Fisher

178

1995-98

5.

Alison Baker

166

1999-03

M o s t M u lt i p l e G o a l M atch e s Rk

Player

Matches

Year

1.

Kylie Hayes

7

2005-08

2.

Shoko Mikami

6

2004-06

Jessica Gjertsen

6

2000

Candice Spiniolas

6

1998-00

Meredith Smith

6

1996-99

Matches

Year

1.

Vendula Strnadova

88

2007-10

Taylor Isenhower

88

2009-12

3.

Ashley Berra

86

2007-10

4.

Kylie Hayes

83

2005-08

Averi Hallman

83

2009-12

Shoko Mikami

42

2005

2.

Jessica Gjertsen

40

2000

3.

Christabel Oduro

39

2011

4.

Ashley Berra

38

2009

5.

Christabel Oduro

34

2012

Player

Wins

Year

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

57

2007-11

2.

Isabel Briones

39

2004-07

3.

Katarina Wicksell

21

2000-02

4.

Frances Currin

16

1995-97,1999

5.

Heather Chinellato

15

1996-98

M o s t S av e s Rk

Player

Saves

Year

1.

Frances Currin

326

1995-97,1999

2.

Katarina Wicksell

259

2000-02

3.

Isabel Briones

252

2004-07

4.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

228

2007-11

5.

Heather Chinellato

168

1996-98

Lowest Goals Against Average ( m i n 2,500 m i n u t e s ) Rk

Player

GAA

Year

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.79

2007-11

2.

Isabel Briones

1.03

2004-07

3.

Heather Chinellato

1.68

1996-98

4.

Katarina Wicksell

1.82

2000-02

5.

Frances Currin

2.20

1995-97,1999

Most Shutouts Player

Sho

Year

1. 2.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

38

2007-11

Isabel Briones

25

2004-07

3.

Katarina Wicksell

13.5

2000-02

4.

Heather Chinellato

5.

Frances Currin

8

1996-98

6.5

1995-97,1999

Year

Name

Points

Date

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

2,172

2011

Shelley Heinz

9 vs. CBU

10/27/1995

2.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

1,990

2009

Christabel Oduro

9 vs. UT Martin 11/12/2011

3.

Isabel Briones

1,942

2007

4.

Isabel Briones

1,849

2006

5.

Katarina Wicksell

1,766

2002

Most Goals Name

Goals

Date

Shelley Heinz

4 vs. CBU

10/27/1995

Lesley Zmurchuk

4 vs. SFA

9/13/1996

Christabel Oduro

4 vs. UT Martin 11/12/2011

Most Assists

Goals

Year

Rk

Points

Year

Name

Jessica Gjertsen

18

2000

1.

171

2011

Catherine Brannon 4 vs. Rhodes

10/30/1996

2.

Christabel Oduro

16

2011

2.

157

2007

Jodi Fisher

10/30/1996

3.

Ashley Berra

15

2009

3.

152

2005

Shoko Mikami

15

2005

4.

147

1996

Kylie Hayes

14

2005

5.

130

2006

Name

Shots

6.

129

2009

Shelley Heinz

10 vs. CBU

7.

124

2012

Melissa Smith

Rk

Player

1.

5.

Most Assists Rk

Player

1. 3. 4. 5.

Ole Miss, 2-1

10/21/2011

at Southern Miss, 3-0

Saves

Melissa Smith

9

2011

2.

56

2007

Six Players

8

3.

50

2005

4.

48

2006

5.

47

1996

M o s t S av e s

Shots

Year

6.

45

2009

73

1995

7.

43

2008

Most Assists

Date

Game - Team

Opponent, Score

8/25/2000

San Francisco, 2-1

50

10/23/2005

Southern Miss, 5-1

32 vs. Stephen F. Austin

9/13/1996

100

9/25/2009

Southern Miss, 2-0

30 vs. UT Martin

9/16/1998

125

11/7/2010

#24 UCF, 1-0

30 vs. CBU

10/27/1995

150

9/14/2012

SEMO, 5-0

Assists

Year

Jessica Gjertsen

66

2000

1.

53

1996

Vendula Strnadova

66

2010

2.

52

2005

Natalia Gomez-Junco

66

2011

3.

47

2011

Goals

4.

45

2007

10 vs. Stephen F. Austin

9/13/1996

Date

5.

41

1997

10 vs. CBU

10/27/1995

Year

6.

40

2012

30 vs. CBU

10/27/1995

Jessica Gjertsen

6

2000

7.

39

2009

2.

Meredith Smith

4

1996

3.

Christabel Oduro

3

2012

Shoko Mikami

3

2005

Rk

Shots

Year

12 vs. UT Martin

9/16/1998

Kylie Hayes

3

2005

1.

445

2011

12 vs. Rhodes

10/30/1996

Candice Spiniolas

3

2000

2.

429

2007

12 vs. Stephen F. Austin

9/13/1996

Jennifer Vossen

3

1996

3.

386

2008

Shelley Heinz

3

1995

4.

381

2010

5.

364

2009

Shots

6.

358

2006

50 vs. Evansville

7.

339

1997

Most Assists Most Shots

Assists

Rk

Player

Wins

Year

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

22

2011

2.

Isabel Briones

16

2007

3.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

15

2009

Rk

Saves

Year

4.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

12

2010

1.

141

1996

5.

Isabel Briones

11

2006

2.

130

1995

Isabel Briones

11

2005

3.

129

2008

4.

113

1997

5.

110

2002

6.

358

2006

99

2002

7.

339

1997

2.

Frances Currin

96

1999

3.

Frances Currin

86

1996

4.

Katarina Wicksell

84

2001

Rk

Shutouts

Year

5.

Isabel Briones

83

2005

1.

15

2011

2.

12

2009

3.

11

2010

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.46

2011

Most Shots Date 9/20/2009

Saves

Year

Year

Date

M o s t S av e s M o s t S av e s

Saves

GAA

No.

Most Goals Scored

Matches

Player

UALR, 7-1

Date

Rk

Rk

Opponent, Score

9/13/1995

1

2011

Lowest Goals Against Average ( m i n 1,500 m i n u t e s )

Date

1

Date

Most Points Points

67

Katarina Wicksell

L e s S z a b o V i ct o r i e s No.

B r o o ks M o n a g ha n V i ct o r i e s

Christabel Oduro

1.

A l l -T i m e V i ct o r i e s

175

15 vs. Marquette 9/23/1999

Player

Program Milestones

UT Martin, 4-1

Name

M o s t S av e s

vs. UT Martin (11/12/2011)

9/12/2010

Frances Currin

Rk

1,018

150

Year

M o s t G o a l k e e p i n g V i ct o r i e s

vs. East Carolina (11/4/2011)

7.

10 vs. Evansville 9/20/2009

2011

1.

1,117

Northeastern, 3-0

62

Player

vs. Rhodes (10/30/1996)

6.

9/18/2007

Goals

Rk

1,203

100

Rk

M o s t M u lt i p l e G o a l M atch e s

vs. LSU (8/27/2010)

5.

10/27/1995

1.

2006

1,223

UALR, 7-1

1996

67

vs. Ole Miss (9/9/2011)

4.

9/6/2002

1996

Shoko Mikami

1,272

50

11

2009

vs. SMU (10/7/2011)

3.

Date

12

68

1,473

Opponent, Score

Christy Caswell

Vendula Strnadova

vs. UTEP (11/5/2011)

2.

9/13/1995

Jodi Fisher

Shelley Heinz

vs. Louisville (11/18/2011)

1,637

Date

2005

Player

Date

1,637

1

Most Shots

12

Most Goals Scored

Total

1.

No.

Shoko Mikami

1.

4.

4 vs. Rhodes

Year

Rk

3.

Date

Assists

Most Shots

2.

Assists

Rk

Most Shutouts

10

2007

5.

9

2008

Lowest Goals Against Average

2.

Isabel Briones

0.83

2007

3.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.90

2009

Rk

GAA

Year

4.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.91

2008

1.

0.53

2011

5.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.95

2010

2.

0.84

2007

0.84

2010

2013 Memphis Women’s Soccer Media Guide

10/17/2004

Miscellaneous M o s t M atch e s 24

2011

Most Wins 22

4.

Date

17 vs. UAB

2011

Fewest Losses 1

2011

B e s t W i n n i n g P e r c e n ta g e .937 2011

L o n g e s t W i n n i n g S t r e ak 12

2011

L o n g e s t H o m e W i n n i n g S t r e ak 11

37

Rk

Min

History

Rk

Player

Season - Team

vs Rhodes (9/1/1999)

Largest Home Crowds

Rk

Most Points

Most Goals Scored

M o s t G o a l k e e p i n g V i ct o r i e s 1.

Year

vs UT Martin (9/16/1998)

Game - Individual

2012 Review

Player

Points

1.

M o s t M atch e s P l ay e d Rk

Player

V i ct o ry

Players

Shots

Rk

of

vs Stephen F. Austin (9/13/1996)

Coaching Staff

Most Assists

Most Points

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d

Largest Margin 9

Most Points

2010-11

Media

Most Goals Scored

Season - Individual

L o n g e s t R o a d W i n n i n g S t r e ak 12

2006-07

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Record Book By Class Senior

Most Goals Scored

Coaching Staff

Media

Most Points

Rk

Player

1.

Players

Rk

Player

Shoko Mikami

15

2005

5.

Player

Points

Year

Ashley Berra

15

2009

1.

Shoko Mikami

32

2006

3.

Christabel Oduro

13

2012

2.

Jodi Fisher

21

1998

4.

Yuiko Konno

12

2003

3.

Melissa Smith

19

2011

5.

Kylie Hayes

11

2007

4.

Harumi Someya

18

2007

5.

Ashley Berra

17

2010

Lizzy Simonin

17

2011

Most Goals Scored

Most Assists Rk

Player

1. 2.

1,370

2004

Most Shots Rk

Player

Shots

Year

Assists

Year

1.

Natalia Gomez-Junco

66

2011

Christy Caswell

12

1996

2.

Lizzy Simonin

65

2008

Jodi Fisher

11

1996

3.

Kylie Hayes

59

2005

Rk

Player

1. 2.

2007

2005

4.

Asuka Kubota

7

2005

5.

Kaitlyn Atkins

50

2011

Christabel Oduro

8

2012

Christabel Oduro

7

2011

2009

8

1997

2.

Jodi Fisher

8

1998

Laura Laufenberg

7

2008

3.

Harumi Someya

7

2007

4.

Lizzy Simonin

6

2011

Ashley Berra

6

2010

Rk

Player

Kylie Hayes

6

2008

1.

Alison Baker

6

2002

2.

Most Shots

Most Shots Rk

Player

Shots

Year

Player

Total

Year

1.

Rasheeda Ansari

3

2010

1.

Shelly Heinz

73

1995

Kylie Hayes

3

2005

2.

Christabel Oduro

67

2011

Lizzy Simonin

3

2008

Year

3.

Vendula Strnadova

57

2008

Melissa Smith

3

2007

Vendula Strnadova

68

2009

4.

Kristy Marr

50

2002

Vendula Strnadova

3

2007

Shoko Mikami

65

2005

5.

Kylie Hayes

49

2006

6.

Seven Players

2

3.

Ashley Berra

63

2009

4.

Kylie Hayes

57

2007

5.

Alison Baker

53

2001

Total

Year

Rk

Player

Year

Melissa Smith

9

2011

2.

Shoko Mikami

8

2006

3.

Vendula Strnadova

7

2010

Rk

Player

Total

Year

4.

Taylor Isenhower

6

2012

1.

Shoko Mikami

4

2005

5.

Seven Players

5

Ashley Berra

4

2009

G a m e -W i n n i n g G o a l s

Christabel Oduro

3

2012

G a m e -W i n n i n g G o a l s Player

1.

Christabel Oduro

6

2011

1.

Katarina Wicksell

76

2000

2.

Kristy Marr

4

2002

2.

Christa Strickland

72

2012

Christy Caswell

4

1996

3.

Natalie Haerens

71

2004

Six Players

3

2007

4.

Frances Currin

65

1995

Sherri Stamper

65

1995

M o s t S av e s

Saves

Kylie Hayes

3

2007

Rk

Player

Jodi Fisher

3

1997

1.

Frances Currin

86

1996

Rk

Player

GAA

Year

67

2006

Yuiko Konno

3

2003

2.

Katarina Wicksell

84

2001

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.91

2008

Amanda Olszewski

3

2009

3.

Isabel Briones

83

2005

2.

Natalie Haerens

1.18

2004

4.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

61

2009

3.

Christa Strickland

1.37

2012

4.

Sherri Stamper

1.93

1995

5.

Katarina Wicksell

2.78

2000

Vendula Strnadova

66

2010

Alison Baker

64

2002

4.

Harumi Someya

43

2007

5.

Jodi Fisher

42

1998

M o s t S av e s Rk

Player

1.

Katarina Wicksell

Saves

Year

Lowest Goals Against Average

Saves

Year

99

2002

Rk

Player

GAA

Year

Heather Chinellato

79

1998

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.90

2009

Year

3.

Isabel Briones

78

2006

2.

Isabel Briones

1.21

2005

Rk

Player

Sho

Year

Melissa Smith

2

2011

4.

Frances Currin

76

1997

3.

Heather Chinellato

1.40

1997

1.

Natalie Haerens

6

2004

Alison Baker

2

2002

4.

Katarina Wicksell

1.65

2001

2.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

4

2008

Ashley Berra

2

2010

Katarina Wicksell

4

2000

Kylie Hayes

2

2008

Rk

Player

GAA

Year

4.

Jordan Boyle

3

2008

Shoko Mikami

2

2006

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.95

2010

Rk

Player

5.

Christa Strickland

2

2012

Harumi Someya

2

2007

2.

Isabel Briones

1.02

2006

1.

Vendula Strnadova

2

2010

3.

Katarina Wicksell

1.38

2002

Lesley Zmurchuk

2

1997

4.

Heather Chinellato

1.80

5.

Frances Currin

1.83

Player

1.

Lowest Goals Against Average

Year

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

11

2009

Amy Clunie

2

2003

2.

Isabel Briones

6

2005

Sherri Stamper

2

1995

1998

3.

Katarina Wicksell

4.5

2001

1997

4.

Heather Chinellato

3

1997

Most Shutouts

Rk

Player

Saves

Year

1.

Isabel Briones

68

2007

Rk

Player

2.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

66

2011

1.

3.

Kari Rawe

40

2003

Lowest Goals Against Average Rk

Player

GAA

Year

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

0.46

2011

2.

Isabel Briones

0.83

2007

3.

Kari Rawe

1.83

2003

Most Shutouts Player

Most Shutouts Sho

M o s t S av e s

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d Sho

Year

Rk

Player

Min

Year

Isabel Briones

8

2006

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

1,990

2009

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

8

2010

2.

Katarina Wicksell

1,746

2001

3.

Katarina Wicksell

5

2002

3.

Isabel Birones

1,642

2005

4.

Frances Currin

4

1997

4.

Frances Currin

1,287

1996

5.

Heather Chinellato

3

1998

Freshman

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d Rk

Player

Min

Year

1.

Isabel Birones

1,849

2006

2.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

1,617

2010

Rk

Player

Most Points Points

Year

Sho

Year

3.

Katarina Wicksell

1,610

2002

1.

Kylie Hayes

33

2005

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

15

2011

4.

Heather Chinellato

1,350

1998

2.

Meredith Smith

24

1996

2.

Isabel Briones

10

2007

5.

Frances Currin

1,277

1997

3.

Jodi Fisher

23

1995

3.

Natalie Haerens

1

2003

4.

Lizzy Simonin

22

2008

5.

Natalia Gomez-Junco

17

2011

Sophomore

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d Rk

Player

Min

Year

1.

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

2,172

2011

2.

Isabel Briones

1,942

2007

3.

Kari Rawe

1,181

2003

Junior

Most Goals Scored Most Points

Rk

Player

Goals

Year

Points

Year

1.

Kylie Hayes

14

2005

Christabel Oduro

39

2011

2.

Meredith Smith

11

1996

2.

Kylie Hayes

30

2006

3.

Lizzy Simonin

9

2008

3.

Shelly Heinz

29

1995

4.

Jodi Fisher

8

1995

4.

Jennifer Vossen

28

1996

Natalia Gomez-Junco

8

2011

5.

Jodi Fisher

27

1996

Jodi Fisher

8

1996

Goals

Year

Rk

Player

Assists

Year

1.

Christy Caswell

7

1995

Rk

Player

1.

Most Points Most Goals Scored

Most Assists

Rk

Player

Points

Year

1.

Shoko Mikami

42

2005

Rk

Player

2.

Ashley Berra

38

2009

1.

Christabel Oduro

16

2011

3.

Christabel Oduro

34

2012

2.

Kylie Hayes

12

2006

Jodi Fisher

7

1995

4.

Yuiko Konno

27

2003

Shelly Heinz

12

1995

Averi Hallman

7

2009

5.

Kylie Hayes

25

2007

Jennifer Vossen

10

1996

Krista Turner

6

2007

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4.

4.

5.

Frances Currin

870

1995

Most Shutouts

2. Total

Rk

2008

Lowest Goals Against Average

Year

2.

2000

1,190

Year

Shots

3.

1,370

Elise Kuhar-Pitters

M o s t S av e s

Rk

4.

Katarina Wicksell 4.

G a m e -W i n n i n g G o a l s Rk

Shots

Assists

G a m e -W i n n i n g G o a l s

38

Natalie Haerens

12 8

Rk

Year

2.

Shoko Mikami

Christy Caswell

Shoko Mikami

Most Assists

Min

2004

56

Ashley Berra

1.

1996

Player

6

Vicki Greenwell

Vendula Strnadova

Year

Player

8

Rk

4.

2006

Rk

Jodi Fisher

Year

1996

12

1.

2008

Assists

8

Goals

Player

8

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d

Player

Jennifer Vossen

Player

Rk

Vendula Strnadova

Rk

3.

Shoko Mikami

Most Assists

Year

Year

Rk

5.

Most Assists Goals

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Most Goals Scored Goals

M o s t GK M i n u t e s P l ay e d Rk

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2012

The Last Time The Last Time A Lady Tiger ... Scored Four Goals:.................................Christabel Oduro vs. UT Martin (2011) Scored Three Goals:..................................... Tine Schryvers vs. Marshall (2012) Scored Two Goals: ........................................... Christabel Oduro at UAB (2012) Recorded Four Assists:............................ Catherine Brannon vs. Rhodes (1996) Recorded Three Assists:.........Christabel Oduro/Kylie Davis vs. Marshall (2012) Recorded Two Assists:............Christabel Oduro/Kylie Davis vs. Marshall (2012) Recorded 10 or more Shots:......... Melissa Smith vs. Evansville (2009), 10 shots Recorded 15 or more Saves:......... Frances Curr vs. Marquette (1999), 15 saves Recorded 10 or more Saves:............. Christa Strickland vs. UCF (2012) 13 saves Recorded Back-to-Back Shutouts:.......Elise Kuhar Pitters at UCF/at UAB (2011) Scored Two Goals in Two Minutes:.......... Shoko Mikami vs. Tulane (2005), 1:40 Goalkeeper recorded an assist:.....................Elise Kuhar-Pitters vs. SMU (2009) The Last Time the Lady Tigers ... Scored 10 Goals in a Game:........................... vs. Stephen F. Austin (1996), 10-0 Scored Eight Goals in a Game:....................................... vs. Marshall (2006), 8-0 Scored Six Goals in a Game........................................... vs. Marshall (2012), 7-1 Scored Six Goals in a Half.................................... vs. Rhodes (1999), 6 (1st half) Scored Four Goals in a Half:........................................ vs. Marshall, 4 (2nd half) Scored Three Goals in a Half:...................................... vs. Marshall, 4 (2nd half) Notched 10 or more Assists in a Game:.......................vs. UT Martin (1998), 12 Notched Eight or more Assists in a Game:....................... vs. Marshall (2012), 8 Notched Five or more Assists in a Game: ........................ vs. Marshall (2012), 8 Attempted 50 or more Shots:........................................vs. Evansville (2009), 50 Attempted 40 or more Shots:........................................vs. Evansville (2009), 50 Attempted 30 or more Shots:.................................................. vs. SMU 2011, 31 Attempted 25 or more Shots:............................................... vs. Tulsa (2011), 30 Involved in a 0-0 Tie:.................................................................. vs. UAB (2006)

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Honored Tigers NATIONAL HONORS N S C A A A l l- A m e r i c a First Team 2011 Lizzy Simonin

N S C A A A l l- A m e r i c a Third Team 2010 Vendula Strnadova 2011 Christabel Oduro

Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award 2011 Lizzy Simonin

REGIONAL HONORS

NSCAA Central Region Coach of the year 2011 Brooks Monaghan S o c c e r B u z z A l l- C e n t r a l Region First Team 2005 Shoko Mikami 2006 Shoko Mikami 2007 Vendula Strnadova 2008 Vendula Strnadova S o c c e r B u z z A l l- C e n t r a l Region Second Team 2004 Leanne McGee 2007 Emiko Schwab S o c c e r B u z z A l l- C e n t r a l Region Third Team 2003 Yuiko Konno 2008 Kelsey Bakker 2008 Emiko Schwab

C-USA Freshman of the Year 2000 Jessica Gjertsen 2006 Maiko Higashiyama 2007 Vendula Strnadova 2008 Lizzy Simonin C-USA Coach of the Year 2007 Brooks Monaghan 2011 Brooks Monaghan A l l- C o n f e r e n c e U S A First Team 1995 Shelley Heinz - MF 1996 Shelley Heinz - MF 2000 Jessica Gjertsen - F 2003 Nicky McLeod - MF Yuiko Konno - F 2004 Leanne McGee - D 2005 Shoko Mikami - F 2006 Maiko Higashiyama - MF Shoko Mikami - F 2007 Vendula Strnadova - MF 2008 Vendula Strnadova - MF 2009 Ashley Berra - F Kelsey Bakker - D Vendula Strnadova - MF 2010 Lizzy Simonin - D Vendula Strnadova - MF 2011 Christabel Oduro - F Lizzy Simonin - D Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK 2012 Christabel Oduro - F Kylie Davis - MF A l l- C o n f e r e n c e U S A Second Team 1995 Christy Caswell - MF 1996 Jennifer Vossen - MF 1997 Christy Caswell - MF Shelley Heinz - D 1998 Christy Caswell - D 2002 Katarina Wicksell - GK 2005 Asuka Kubota - MF 2006 Kate Murphy - D 2007 Kylie Hayes - F Emiko Schwab - MF 2008 Kelsey Bakker - D Emiko Schwab - MF Lizzy Simonin - F 2009 Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK 2011 Lizzy Hildebrandt - MF 2012 Diamond Simpson - D

C-USA Tournament Offensive MVP 2007 Ashley Berra - F 2008 Laura Laufenberg - MF 2009 Taylor Isenhower - F 2010 Vendula Strnadova - MF 2011 Christabel Oduro - F C-USA Tournament Defensive MVP 2007 Kelsey Bakker - D 2008 Kelsey Bakker - D 2009 Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK 2010 Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK 2011 Lizzy Simonin - D C - U S A A l l- T o u r n a m e n t T e a m 2006 Kylie Hayes - F Emiko Schwab - MF 2007 Kelsey Bakker - D Caroline Barrett - D Ashley Berra - F Emiko Schwab - MF 2008 Kelsey Bakker - D Brittany Hance - D Laura Laufenberg - MF Vendula Strnadova - MF 2009 Tori Dalton - MF Lizzy Hildebrandt - MF Taylor Isenhower - F Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK 2010 Lizzy Hildebrandt - D Lizzy Simonin - D 2011 Christie Kline - D Christabel Oduro - F Lizzy Simonin - D Melissa Smith - F

WEEKLY HONORS C-USA Offensive P l ay e r o f t h e W e e k 1995 Jodi Fisher, 9/18 Shelley Heinz, 10/30 1996 Lesley Zmurchuk, 9/16 1997 Christy Caswell, 9/22 1998 Jodi Fisher, 10/26 2000 Jessica Gjertsen, 10/30

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S o c c e r B u z z A l l- C e n t r a l Region Freshman Team 2004 Natalie Haerens

C-USA Midfielder of the Year 2008 Vendula Strnadova 2010 Vendula Strnadova

C-USA Defensive P l ay e r o f t h e W e e k 1997 Frances Currin, 9/22 2002 Katarina Wicksell, 10/21 2004 Natalie Haerens, 9/7 Natalie Haerens, 9/13 Leanne McGee, 11/1 2005 Isabel Briones, 9/12 Isabel Briones, 10/24 2006 Isabel Briones, 8/28 2008 Kelsey Bakker, 10/13 2009 Elise Kuhar-Pitters, 9/28 2010 Lizzy Simonin, 9/1 Lizzy Simonin, 10/11 2011 Lizzy Simonin, 8/22 Christie Kline, 8/29 Elise Kuhar-Pitters, 9/5 Elise Kuhar-Pitters, 9/19 Lizzy Simonin, 10/24 Lizzy Simonin, 10/31

History

N S C A A A l l- C e n t r a l Third Team 2003 Yuiko Konno 2006 Shoko Mikami 2008 Lizzy Simonin 2009 Elise Kuhar-Pitters

C-USA Defensive P l ay e r o f t h e Y e a r 2009 Kelsey Bakker 2010 Lizzy Simonin 2011 Lizzy Simonin

C - U S A A l l- F r e s h m a n T e a m 1995 Christy Caswell - MF Jodi Fisher - F 1996 Meredith Smith - F 1997 Lisa Gnaster - D 1999 Rebecca Amrozowicz - F 2000 Jessica Gjertsen - F 2002 Nicky McLeod - MF 2004 Natalie Haerens - GK Carla Scanniello - F 2005 Kylie Hayes - F 2007 Vendula Strnadova - MF 2008 Lizzy Hildebrandt - MF Lizzy Simonin - F 2009 Averi Hallman - F Taylor Isenhower - F 2010 Rasheeda Ansari - F Alena Strnadova - MF 2011 Kylie Davis - MF Natalia Gomez-Junco - F 2012 Emily Adamic - MF Diamond Simpson - D

Yuiko Konno, 10/20 Shoko Mikami, 10/24 Shoko Mikami, 8/28 Geneil Newbern, 10/30 Melissa Smith, 9/2 Krista Turner, 10/21 Lizzy Simonin, 10/27 Vendula Strnadova, 8/24 Taylor Isenhower, 10/26 Rasheeda Ansari, 8/23 Taylor Isenhower, 9/13 Christabel Oduro, 9/26 Christabel Oduro, 10/17 Christabel Oduro, 10/24 Diamond Simpson, 9/10 Kylie Davis, 9/24 Christabel Oduro, 10/1 Christabel Oduro, 10/29

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N S C A A A l l- C e n t r a l Second Team 2004 Leanne McGee 2007 Emiko Schwab Vendula Strnadova 2008 Kelsey Bakker 2012 Kylie Davis Diamond Simpson

CONFERENCE HONORS C-USA Offensive P l ay e r o f t h e Y e a r 2005 Shoko Mikami 2008 Vendula Strnadova 2009 Ashley Berra 2011 Christabel Oduro 2012 Christabel Oduro

2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Players

N S C A A A l l- C e n t r a l First Team 2005 Shoko Mikami 2008 Vendula Strnadova 2009 Kelsey Bakker Ashley Berra Vendula Strnadova 2010 Lizzy Simonin Vendula Strnadova 2011 Elise Kuhar-Pitters Christabel Oduro Lizzy Simonin

Soccer Buzz Central Region Freshman of the Year 2007 Vendula Strnadova

A l l- C o n f e r e n c e U S A Third Team 1997 Jodi Fisher - F 2002 Alison Baker - MF 2004 Melissa Savage - MF Carla Scanniello - F 2010 Alena Strnadova - MF

Coaching Staff

Soccer Buzz Freshman A l l- A m e r i c a S e c o n d T e a m 2007 Vendula Strnadova

Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Simonin

Media

N S C A A A l l- A m e r i c a Second Team 2009 Ashley Berra 2011 Elise Kuhar-Pitters

2007 2008


Honored Tigers 2011 2012

Bailey Pembroke, 10/24 Marissa Duguay, 9/25

ACADEMIC HONORS

History

2012 Review

Players

Coaching Staff

Media

C a p i ta l O n e / C o S I D A A c a d e m i c A l l- A m e r i c a First Team 2007 Kate Murphy C a p i ta l O n e / C o S I D A A c a d e m i c A l l- A m e r i c a Second Team 2006 Shoko Mikami 2010 Vendula Strnadova C a p i ta l O n e / C o S I D A A c a d e m i c A l l- A m e r i c a Third Team 2009 Vendula Strnadova CoSIDA Academic A l l- D i s t r i c t F i r s t T e a m 2004 Robyn Smart 2005 Robyn Smart 2007 Kate Murphy 2009 Vendula Strnadova 2010 Vendula Strnadova CoSIDA Academic A l l- D i s t r i c t S e c o n d T e a m 2004 Annika Moller 2005 Melissa Savage 2007 Kylie Hayes 2008 Kylie Hayes Kate Murphy Vendula Strnadova 2009 Kelsey Bakker 2011 Lizzy Simonin Lizzy Hildebrandt CoSIDA Academic A l l- D i s t r i c t T h i r d T e a m 2005 Shoko Mikami 2010 Lizzy Hildebrandt NSCAA/Adidas Scholar A l l- A m e r i c a F i r s t T e a m 2010 Lizzy Simonin Vendula Strnadova 2011 Lizzy Simonin NSCAA/Adidas Scholar A l l- A m e r i c a S e c o n d T e a m 2009 Kelsey Bakker Vendula Strnadova N S C A A / A d i d a s S c h o l a r A l lSouth District First Team 2009 Kelsey Bakker Vendula Strnadova 2010 Lizzy Simonin Vendula Strnadova 2011 Lizzy Simonin

NSCAA/Adidas Scholar A l l- S o u t h D i s t r i c t Honorable Mention 2004 Annika Moller Robyn Smart 2006 Melissa Savage 2007 Halley Jo Sullivan 2008 Kylie Hayes 2009 Brittany Hance 2010 Laura Laufenberg NSCAA Team Academic Award 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 C - U S A A l l- A c a d e m i c First Team 2006 Shoko Mikami 2007 Kate Murphy 2008 Kate Murphy Vendula Strnadova 2009 Kelsey Bakker Brittany Hance Vendula Strnadova 2010 Lizzy Hildebrandt Vendula Strnadova 2011 Lizzy Hildebrandt Christie Kline Lizzy Simonin 2012 Kelley Gravlin Bailey Pembroke C - U S A A l l- A c a d e m i c Second Team 2008 Kelsey Bakker Laura Laufenberg 2010 Lizzy Simonin C-USA Scholar At h l e t e o f t h e Y e a r 2011 Vendula Strnadova C-USA Spirit of Service Award 2008 Kate Murphy 2011 Lizzy Simonin

INSTITUTION HONORS M Club Hall of Fame 2003 Jodi Fisher 2007 Christy Caswell

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N S C A A / A d i d a s S c h o l a r A l lSouth District Second Team 2006 Shoko Mikami 2008 Laura Laufenberg 2010 Lizzy Hildebrandt N S C A A / A d i d a s S c h o l a r A l lSouth District Third Team 2004 Courtnee Melton 2007 Kate Murphy 2008 Kate Murphy 2011 Christie Kline Lizzy Hildebrandt 2012 Bailey Pembroke

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1

2 C h r i s ta Strickland GK • So. • 5-7 Fayetteville, Ga. Whitewater HS

8

3 Kelley G r av l i n

M/D • r-Jr. • 5-4 Saint Charles, Mo. Incarnate Word Academy

9 Diamond Simpson

D/M • So. • 5-3 Mississauga, Ontario St. Joseph’s Secondary

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M • Jr. • 5-8 Edmonton, Alberta

Archbishop Jordan Catholic

22 A s h ly n n Jones

Alena S t r n a d o va

M • r-Jr. • 5-6 Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces HS

10 Valerie Sanderson

F • Fr. • 5-7 Boisbriand, Quebec Ecole Des Sources

16 Alex Craig

4

C a r ly C a s s a dy

D/M • Jr. • 5-5 Lenexa, Kan. Shawnee Mission West

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C h r i s ta b e l Oduro

F/M • Sr. • 5-3 Brampton, Ontario St. Thomas Aquinas

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D • So. • 5-3 Burlington, Ontario Nelson HS

Jennifer Boudreau

D • Fr. • 5-6 Longview, Texas Longview HS

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Nugene Nugent

M/F • Jr. • 5-7 Arnett Garden, Jamaica Navarro College

D • So. • 5-4 Formby, Liverpool Range HS

B r o o ks Monaghan

Jonny Walker

Jodi Grant

D • So. • 5-4 Keller, Texas Keller HS

Ginesha Pickersgill

D/M • Jr. • 5-1 Kingston, Jamaica Navarro College

Marissa D u g u ay

D/M • So. • 5-9 Quispamsis, New Brunswick

Rothesay HS

Honeye Heydari

M/F • So. • 5-7 Jackson, Tenn. Mississippi State

M • So. • 5-7 Edmonton, Alberta Hairy Ainlay HS

McKenzie Bricker

Kylie D av i s

M/F • Fr. • 5-4 Collierville, Tenn. Collierville HS

M/F • Jr. • 5-6 L’lle-Bizard, Quebec John Rennie HS

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K a i t ly n Atkins

Nicole Zeidler

F/M • Jr. • 5-4 Overland Park, Kan. Olathe East HS

F/D • Jr. • 5-8 Scottsdale, Ariz. Chaparral HS

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Danielle Tolmais

M/F • Fr. • 5-4 St. Louis, Mo. Lafayette HS

27 E m i ly Adamic

7

13

19

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F • Fr. • 5-7 Pickerington, Ohio Pickerington North HS

6

12

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Samantha Keane

Assistant Coach

E lys i a Masters

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L u cy Cunningham

Head Coach

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Summer Schafer

F/M • Fr. • 5-4 Oak Brook, Ill. Downers Grove North HS

33 K ay l a Dowler

M/F • Fr. • 5-5 Birmingham, Ala. Mountain Brook HS

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Alison Holland

GK • Fr. • 5-6 Troy, Mich. Troy HS

Christi Padget

F/M • So. • 5-4 Franklin, Tenn. Ravenwood HS

88 M a rys e B a r d -M a r t e l GK • Fr. • 5-8 Boisbriand, Quebec Ecole Des Sources

Assistant Coach

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