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Media 8-9 Quick Facts.....................................................................................8 2012 Schedule................................................................................8 Media Information.........................................................................8 2012 Roster....................................................................................9 Pronunciation Guide.......................................................................9 TWITTER Coaches & Staff 10-11 Head Coach Brooks Monaghan................................................... 10 Assistant Coaches................................................................... 11-12 Support Staff............................................................................... 11 Meet the Tigers 13-21 Player Profiles......................................................................... 13-21

2011 Review 22-25 Season Recap............................................................................... 22 YOUTUBE Statistics/Results......................................................................... 23 Memphis Tigers C-USA Only Statistics................................................................... 24 C-USA Review.............................................................................. 25 FOURSQUARE History 26-36 Year-by-Year Results.................................................................... 26 All-Time Series Records.......................................................... 27-28 Monaghan’s Record vs. Opp........................................................ 28 All-Time C-USA Standings............................................................ 29 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results..................................................... 30 All-Time Roster............................................................................ 31 Year-by-Year Coaching................................................................. 31 All-Time Jersey Roster................................................................. 32 Record Book.............................................................................. 147 Record Book by Class.............................................................. 33-34 Last Time..................................................................................... 34 Honors & Awards................................................................... 35-36

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EDITORS: Mark Taylor, Brad Pope, Travis Chell, Blake Barington, Jared Brown LAYOUT/COVERS: Brandon Kolditz ASSISTANCE: Lamar Chance, Tammy DeGroff, Bob Winn, Ron Mears, Preston McClellan, Bryan McEldowney PHOTOGRAPHY: Photos were taken by professional sports photographers Joe Murphy, Lindsey Lissau, Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts University President - Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with approximately 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, some of the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the Living Learning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletics facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse.

Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in building productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the University. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus, and the establishment of the University of Memphis Lambuth Campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presiden-

tial Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group while also serving on the Board of Directors of Conference USA. She chaired C-USA and will become a member of the BIG EAST Governing Board in July of 2013. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bachelor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past five years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist. Dr. Raines has one son and two grandchildren.

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M Presidents 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 Dr. Seymour A. Mynders

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Tom Bowen was named the University of Memphis Director of Athletics in an Apr. 16, 2012, press conference in the Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame assembly room. Bowen officially started work on the U of M campus in June. Bowen leads the Athletics Department at the University of Memphis after serving as the Athletics Director at San Jose State University (SJSU) since December 2004. While at San Jose State, the core of Bowen’s mission was building a “Culture of Champions” academically, athletically and in the community. To reach that end, Bowen instilled a greater sense of purpose, commitment and execution from student-athletes, coaches, staff, alumni and friends. An integral member of the SJSU’s presidential staff, Bowen created and implemented short and long-term revenue streams for intercollegiate athletics. He led the Spartan Foundation — the department’s fundraising component — through consistently challenging and uncertain economic conditions to unprecedented fiscal heights at the university. The Spartans produced annual budget surpluses four-straight years under his direction and re-invested their gains back into their studentathletes and teams. In his first four football seasons (2005-08), San Jose State produced the most wins at the school since 1990-93. Last year, the Spartans were one of the most improved teams in the FBS with road wins at Colorado State and Fresno State and a home triumph in their first meeting with Navy. The 2006 through 2008 Spartans were the first three SJSU teams to post consecutive .500 or better records in the Western Athletic Conference football standings. The 2006 Spartans capped their finest season in many years, posting a 9-4 overall record and capturing the New Mexico Bowl championship. Recent athletics accomplishments add to his “Culture of Champions.” Women’s golf, women’s soccer, baseball and women’s swimming were the latest teams to win a Western Athletic Conference championship. Women’s water polo is a consistent top-10 national program. Women’s swimming finished 2008-09 with the longest dual meet winning streak in Division I. Women’s gymnastics is entrenched as a NCAA Regional Championship qualifying team. Men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s golf have produced measurable gains, particularly in conference competition.

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The Spartans have earned All-America honors in football, women’s golf, baseball and women’s water polo. San Jose State had its first women’s gymnastics individual NCAA Regional champion in 2009. Twelve student-athletes were honored nationally and more than 100 at the conference level for academic achievements in 2009-10. Bowen’s vision for student-athlete success and excellence led to the creation of a Student Success Services component. Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores, as measured by the NCAA, have risen steadily and strikingly under his watch and were at a then university-best in 2009 and were surpassed in the 2010 report. 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 has resulted in meaningful 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. He directed all of the team’s fundraising activities and was responsible for alumni and current player participation in the community. His Division I experience at

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the collegiate level includes athletics administration positions at the University of California and Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. As an assistant and associate director of athletics at California from July 2000 through September 2002, he was responsible for athletics fundraising. Bowen was credited with developing the first comprehensive planned giving program for the Golden Bears. At Saint Mary’s College, he was the Director of Foundations and Corporate Relations from May 1995 to January 1997, before being appointed to an associate director of athletics position by the president of the college. From January 1997 through April 2000, he managed the athletics department’s budget, directed a corporate sponsorship program and interacted with the academic senate, faculty and university personnel on student-athlete issues. His first professional leadership appointment in athletics was at De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif. From 1987 through 1995, he held the positions of athletics director and assistant football coach. 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’ Top25 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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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts University For the past 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 46 states and 99 countries choose the University of Memphis as their collegiate home. Approximately 23,000 students attend the U of M, including more than 2,400 first-time freshmen and 2,700 students who live on campus in university housing. As a doctoral-granting metropolitan research university, the University is committed to excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education; in the discovery and dissemination of knowledge; in engaged scholarship to the metropolitan 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. As the university continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary this year, 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. The University’s strategic plan addresses 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 25 disciplines. It also offers a specialist’s degree in education, a juris doctorate in law and 21 graduate certificates. Degree programs at the University of Memphis are divided into 10 colleges and schools – College of Arts and Sciences, Fogelman College of Business and Economics, College of Communication and Fine 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.

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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 more than 1,700 students participating in fall 2011, the honors program, now in its 39th 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 off-site campuses and teaching sites in Bartlett, Bolivar, Collierville, Cordova, Covington, Dyersburg, Humboldt, Jackson, Millington and Whitehaven. One of the University’s greatest contributions to the community is its alumni. Many have become nationally and internally renowned in their fields as corporate executives, elected officials, award-winning actors and best-selling authors. More than 64,000 U of M alumni live within a 40-mile radius of Memphis. As it enters its second century, the University will continue to build strong partnerships with alumni, friends and community leaders so that it may empower the next generation of Dreamers. Thinkers. Doers. For more information on the University of Memphis, visit memphis.edu.

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President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,607 acres and 237 buildings Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.43 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2010) Total......................................................... 22,725 Undergraduate........................................ 17,966 Graduate.................................................... 4,340 Law School.................................................... 419 Full-time....................................................... 68% Part-time...................................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees including 834 full-time faculty 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 50 areas of study and 70 concentrations • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • 21 graduate certificates • Online degree program

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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 smalltown 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 worldfamous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its more highprofile 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 fullservice 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

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studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul music” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. 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

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Memphis Is... • Named for its Egyptian sister city on the Nile • The largest city in Tennessee & the 17th largest city in the United States • Centered in the middle of the nation’s population • The Pork BBQ Capital of the world • 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 athletic event • Ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 convention centers and locations • The nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market • The hardwood capital of the world • The home of the world’s largest cargo airport • The third-largest rail center in the United States • The fourth-largest inland port in the United States • Home to the Memphis Zoo, one of only four zoos in the United States to exhibit giant pandas. • The 35th Best Sports City according to The Sporting News 2011 list.

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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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Tiger Traditions 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 nearly 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 police 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

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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. 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.

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 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

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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 -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!

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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. 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.

The Logo The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The 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 The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The 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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Media Quick Facts...................................... 8 2012 Schedule................................. 8 Media Information.......................... 8 2012 Roster..................................... 9 Pronunciation Guide........................ 9 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Brooks Monaghan..... 10 Assistant Coaches.....................11-12 Support Staff................................. 11 Meet the Tigers Player Profiles...........................13-21 2011 Review Season Recap................................. 22 Statistics/Results........................... 23 C-USA Only Statistics..................... 24 C-USA Review................................ 25 History Year-by-Year Results...................... 26 All-Time Series Records............27-28 Monaghan’s Record vs. Opp.......... 28 All-Time C-USA Standings.............. 29 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results....... 30 All-Time Roster.............................. 31 Year-by-Year Coaching................... 31 All-Time Jersey Roster................... 32 Record Book................................ 147 Record Book by Class................33-34 Last Time....................................... 34 Honors & Awards.....................35-36

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at Illinois State% Western Kentucky% at Missouri Arkansas State Oklahoma State at Vanderbilt at LSU SEMO Middle Tennessee UCF* Southern Miss* East Carolina* Marshall* at Colorado College* at UTEP* Rice* Houston* at Tulsa* at SMU* at UAB* C-USA Tournament

Normal, Ill. 1 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Columbia, Mo. 6:30 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Nashville, Tenn. 7 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Colorado Springs, Colo. 5 p.m. El Paso, Texas 2 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 7 p.m. Mike Rose Soccer Complex 1 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. 6 p.m. Dallas, Texas 2 p.m. Birmingham, Ala. 7 p.m. El Paso, Texas (UTEP) TBD

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Media Information 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. 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 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. Statistics The U of M Athletics Communications Office will provide game notes, statistics, rosters and media guides throughout the game 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 Memphis 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 women’s 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

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schedules. Coaches and players are available for postgame interviews 10 minutes following the end of the game. Tickets Tickets for Tigers and Lady Tigers soccer games are available at the U of M Ticket Office at the corner of Southern and Normal or by calling (901) 678-2331. Tickets are also available at the game. 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. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

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Quick Facts General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,725 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Home Field:..... Mike Rose Soccer Complex Surface:............................................. Grass Capacity:........................................... 3,000 President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletics Director:................... Tom Bowen Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu Women’s History First Year of Soccer:........................... 1995 All-Time Record:......................181-146-19 NCAA Tournaments/Last:.............. 5/2011 Last Postseason Opponent:........ Louisville Result:.....................L, 2-0 (Second Round) Women’s Coaching Staff Head Coach:................. Brooks Monaghan (University of Memphis, 1994) Overall Record (Yrs): ....147-86-15 (12 yrs) Record at Memphis (Yrs):................. same Assistant Coach:.........Jonny Walker (3 yrs) Assistant Coach: ...........Jodi Grant (12 yrs) Women’s Team Information 2011 Overall Record:.......................22-1-1 Home:...............................................11-1-1 Away:...............................................11-0-0 Neutral:..............................................0-0-0 2011 C-USA Record/Finish:....... 10-0-1/1st Home:.................................................3-0-1 Away:.................................................7-0-0 Final 2011 Ranking:...............................9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........ 14/12 Starters Returning/Lost:...................... 6/5 Athletics Communications Women’s Contact:................... Mark Taylor Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-5108 Mobile Phone:.................. (870) 759-2074 E-mail:................mtylor16@memphis.edu Fax:.................................... (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:................................................... facebook.com/MemphisWSoccer facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:............. twitter.com/UoMWSoccer twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 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 26 27 28 29 33 88

Name Becca Brown Kelley Gravlin Christie Kline Elysia Masters Sarah Daane Taylor Isenhower Kylie Davis Kaisa Marshall Natalia Gomez-Junco Christabel Oduro Katie Donahue Madison Oyer Kaitlyn Atkins Nicole Zeidler Alex Craig Carly Cassady Tine Schryvers Marissa Duguay Alena “Aja” Strnadova Brooke Oxentine Christi Padgett Bailey Pembroke Averi Hallman Samantha Keane Emily Adamic Lucy Cunningham Courtney Neville Gisenia Utreras Christa Strickland McCall Gardner Diamond Simpson

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Cl. R-Fr. R-So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr.

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

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

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Hometown/Last School Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine HS St. Charles, Mo./Incarnate Word Academy Leawood, Kan./Blue Valley North HS Burlington, Ontario, Canada/Nelson HS Newman, Ga./Northgate HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS L’lle-Bizard, Quebec, Canada/John Rennie HS Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood HS Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico/Prepa Tec Brampton, Onatrio, Canada/St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary Sachse, Texas/John Paul II HS Leo, Ind./Leo HS Overland Park, Kan./Olathe East HS Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Archbishop Jordan Catholic HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Zoersel, Antwerp, Belgium/Leonardo Lyceum Quispamsis, New Brunswick, Canada/Rothesay HS Las Cruces, N.M./Las Cruces HS Euless, Texas/Trinity HS Franklin, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Flower Mound, Texas/Edward S. Marcus HS Spokane, Wash./Mount Spokane HS Keller, Texas/Keller HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Harry Ainlay HS Formby, Liverpool, Canada/Range HS Oakdale, Minn./Tartan HS Brampton, Ontario, Canada/St. Marguerite d’Youville Fayetteville, Ga./Whitewater HS Duluth, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS Mississauga, Ontario/St. Joseph’s Secondary School University of Memphis, 1994/13th Season University of Louisville, 2007/Fourth Season University of Memphis, 1999/13th Season

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State/Country Indiana (1) Oyer Kansas (4) Atkins, Cassady, Isenhower, Kline Minnesota (1) Neville Missouri (1) Gravlin

Tennessee (1) Padgett

Canada (8) Adamic, Craig, Davis, Duguay, Masters, Oduro, Simpson, Utreras England (1) Cunningham

Mexico (1) Gomez-Junco

Arizona (1) Zeidler

Belgium (1) Schryver

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Name Emily Adamic Kaitlyn Atkins Becca Brown Carly Cassady Alex Craig Lucy Cunningham Sarah Daane Kylie Davis Katie Donahue Marissa Duguay McCall Gardner Natalia Gomez-Junco Kelley Gravlin Averi Hallman Taylor Isenhower Samantha Keane Christie Kline Kaisa Marshall Elysia Masters Courtney Neville Christabel Oduro Brooke Oxentine Madison Oyer Christi Padgett Bailey Pembroke Tine Schryvers Diamond Simpson Christa Strickland Alena “Aja” Strnadova Gisenia Utreras Nicole Zeidler

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

Class Breakdown Seniors (4) Averi Hallman, Taylor Isenhower, Christie Kline, Bailey Pembroke Juniors (1) Christabel Oduro Sophomore (10) Kaitlyn Atkins, Carly Cassady, Alex Craig, Kylie Davis, Katie Donahue, Natalia Gomez-Junco, Kelley Gravlin, Kaisa Marshall, Alena Strnadova, Nicole Zeidler Freshmen (16) Emily Adamic, Becca Brown, Lucy Cunningham, Sarah Daane, Marissa Duguay, McCall Gardner, Samantha Keane, Elysia Masters, Courtney Neville, Madison Oyer, Brooke Oxentine, Christi Padgett, Tine Schryver, Diamond Simpson, Christa Strickland, Gisenia Utreras

Pronunciation Guide Cassady.................................................... cass-a-DEE Daane......................................................... DAY-nee Duguay.......................................................DO-gway Kaisa................................................................. Ki-za Keane................................................................ Keen Gomez-Junco...............................................Hoon-co Oxentine.................................................ox-en-TEEN Oduro....................................................... O-dor-OO Aja...................................................................... I-ah Strnadova....................................STRIN-uh-doe-vuh Zeidler........................................................... ZID-ler Tine....................................................................Teen Schryver.................................................... SCH-ri-ver Gisenia................................................... GA-sin-e-ah Utreras................................................ ooh-TRAIR-us

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Head Coach Brooks Monaghan

Twelve seasons ago, Brooks Monaghan took over Lady Tigers soccer in hopes of taking the fifth-year program to new heights. After claiming its fifthstraight Conference USA Championship in 2011 and finishing the season ranked ninth nationally, the University of Memphis women’s soccer program is now 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 know-

ing 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 program flourish on and off the field since his tenure began back in 2000. The squad has claimed fivestraight 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 grade-point average below 3.1. The Lady Tigers have claimed five-straight C-USA Championships en route the program’s first five trips to the NCAA Tournament, 13 C-USA Player of the Year honorees, 31 All-C-USA honorees and 14 All-C-USA Freshman team selections. Under the guidance of Monaghan, the program has five All-Americans and a Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner. “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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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 22-1-1 147-86-15

Pct. Conf. Record .450 3-8-0 .289 3-7-0 .475 5-5-0 .361 2-7-1 .578 5-5-0 .631 6-3-0 .625 6-2-2 .795 7-1-1 .727 8-2-1 .696 8-3-0 .786 7-1-3 .938 10-0-1 .623 70-44-9

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and I want to win. However, the foundation of our program is the student-athlete.” In 2011, Memphis climbed as high as third 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 100-1 record. The squad advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round, suffering its lone loss of the season to stand at 181-14619 all-time entering the 2012 season. Monaghan reached the 125win plateau in 2010 with a 1-0 victory over No. 24 UCF in the C-USA Championship match. He sits at 147 career wins entering the 2012 season. A sign that a program is among the nation’s elite is its ability to win on the road, and under Monaghan’s guidance, the Lady Tigers have done just that in recent years. Monaghan has led Memphis to a 41-9-4 road mark the past six 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. As the primary goalkeepers coach, 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 single-season shutouts (11) and career shutouts (24). His 298 career saves rank second all-time, and he is second in single-season goals-against average (0.80).

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Brooks Monaghan Year at Memphis: ............................. 13th Birthdate: .....................................Aug. 10 Hometown: .................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ....................Memphis, 1994

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

College Highlights • • • • • • •

Memphis All-Time Winningest Goalkeeper (38 Career Wins) Memphis Career Shutout Leader (24 Shutouts) 1992 All-Great Midwest Conference 1993 Great Midwest Conference Championship MVP Three-Year Letterman at the University of Memphis (1991-93) One-Year Letterman at the University of Evansville (1990) U-20 U.S. National Team

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1995 New Orleans Gamblers (USISL) 1996 New Orleans Gamblers (USISL) 2002 Memphis Express

He was named first team All-Great Midwest Conference in 1992 after helping lead the Tigers to a share of a conference title. In 1993, Monaghan was the Defensive MVP of the league’s championship game, helping the Tigers to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. His 38 wins at goalkeeper still stand as the school record. “To be a part of Memphis from so many different angles — first as a player, then as an assistant and now as a head coach — has been wonderful,” Monaghan said. “I grew up here, and I’ve always loved the city and the school. Now I get to be a part of building a winning program at my alma mater, and that’s a dream come true.”

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 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 is single and resides in Collierville.

Assistant Coach Jonny Walker Jonny Walker Year at Memphis: ............................... 4th Birthdate: ....................................Sept. 13 Hometown: .................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: .................... Louisville, 2007 Wife: . ........................................... Shauna Children:................................. Seth, Adam

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Bridget VanLandeghem Academic Advisor

Sam Watson Manager

Jake Schwartz Marketing

Danielle Mayeaux Manager

Mark Taylor Athletics Communications

and a 0.46 goals-against average. Under Walker’s guidance, KuharPitters was named an NSCAA AllAmerican second team selection, the first goalkeeper in program history to be named an All-American honored. As a professional, Walker was a member of Universidad Catolica’s championship team in Chile’s first division in 2002, and 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 most recent 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 GAA. 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 GAA with a league-best 0.95 GAA. In 2004, Walker started and played

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Memphis native and longtime professional goalkeeping star 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). “We are extremely fortunate to have Jonny on our staff here at the University of Memphis,” Monaghan said. “His experience playing for teams in MLS, Chile, and the national teams is something that is very hard to find.” Walker has consistently groomed success in goalkeepers, as in each of the four years he 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, sub-1.00 goalsagainst average, the first time in program history. The trend continued as Elise Kuhar-Pitters posted records with 15 shutouts

2005 Columbus Crew Defensive Player of the Year 2004 U.S. National Team member Member of Universidad Catolica championship team in 2002 2001 Chilean Goalkeeper of the Year First American born soccer player to successfully play in South America (Chile).

three matches for the U.S. National Team, including a 1-0 shutout victory over Mexico. Prior to returning to the U.S. in 2003, Walker spent six months with Colo Colo in Chile’s First Division. From 1997-2002, Walker broke numerous national records for Universidad Catolica in Chile’s First Division. In 2002, Walker was named Best Goalkeeper of the Chilean Apertura National Championship after Universidad won the National Championship. That year, Walker set a club record, 708 scoreless minutes played, a record broken again in 2008. In 2001, Walker won the Chilean Goalkeeper of the Year. In 1998, on loan from Catolica, Walker played for Club Hauchipato and was named the team’s MVP. Prior to going overseas, Walker played one season with the Dallas Burn of the MLS in 1996. He began his professional career with the Memphis Jackals of the United States Indoor Soccer League. Walker is also very involved with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, giving free soccer clinics to kids that raise the most money through their soccer clubs for the Soccer Kicks for Cancer program. In 2005, Walker was named the Ambassador for the State of Tennessee for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Walker graduated from Louisville in 2007. He and his wife, Shauna, have two sons, Seth and Adam.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Assistant Coaches Assistant Coach Jodi Grant Jodi Grant Year at Memphis: ............................. 13th Birthdate: .....................................Aug. 15 Hometown: ..... Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

Alma Mater: ....................Memphis, 1999 Husband: ........................................ Richie Children:..........................Hayden, Katelyn

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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-straight Conference USA championship titles and its first 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 13th season as a Lady Tigers assistant coach in 2012. 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

Member of the inaugural Memphis women’s soccer team 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)

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Second in points (94) Second in goals (33) Second in assists (26) Fourth in shots (178)

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 have since been passed by recentlygraduated forward Kylie Hayes (2005-08). Grant is also the coholder of the record for most assists in a game (4) and is second all-time in school history in assists in a season (11) and career (26). A third team All-C-USA selection as a junior in 1997, Grant was also named to the C-USA AllFreshman Team in 1995. 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 has also played an instrumental

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model for all of the players and really understands where they are coming from.” 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 birth to a son, Hayden, in January of 2009 and a daughter, Katelyn, in March of 2011. The Grant family resides in Memphis.

Strength Coach Josh Medler

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part in the Lady Tigers’ success in the classroom. In seven of the last eight 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. “Jodi is a great tactician on the field, but she’s just as good in teaching the kids off the field,” Monaghan said. “She is great role

Year at Memphis: ............................... 6th Birthdate: .....................................May 14 Hometown: ............................ Berne, Ind. Alma Mater: .........Hanover College, 2002

Josh Medler is in his sixth year working on the Tigers strength and conditioning staff since returning to the university in the summer of 2007. He is responsible for the men’s and women’s soccer teams and the men’s and women’s track sprinters, as well as assisting with football and baseball. Prior to his return in 2007, Medler was the head strength and conditioning coordinator for Union Public Schools in Tulsa, Okla. As the first-ever Union system strength coach, Medler was in charge of building a training program for all freshman, junior varsity and varsity athletics teams.

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Medler first came to Memphis in the summer of 2004 as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach, working with football, baseball, softball, and the track sprinters. Medler graduated with his master’s degree in human movement sciences from the University in the spring of 2006. He began his professional career as a strength and conditioning coach at Anderson University, a liberal arts NCAA Division III school in Indiana. While at Anderson, Medler was responsible for training the football team and coaching the defensive line. As a native of Berne, Ind., Medler was a four-year football letterman at Hanover College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology in 2002.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts #25 EMILY ADAMIC

#13 KAITLYN ATKINS

Freshman • Midfield 5-7

Sophomore • F/MF 5-4 Overland Park, Kan. Olathe East HS

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Hairy Ainlay HS

Major: Health & Human Performance/Exercise Science

Prior to Memphis A multi-sport letterwinner at Hairy Ainlay High School ... Voted by her varsity soccer teammates as winner of the Titan Award, 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 Canadian Soccer Association All-Star Nationals in 2008 and 2010 ... A participant in the National Training Center since 2010 ... Helped her club squad, Victoria Soccer Club, to the provincial gold medal in 2011 ... Her club team also won the bronze medal at Canadian Nationals. 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.

#1 BECCA BROWN r-Freshman • Goalkeeper 5-7 Colleyville, Texas Grapevine HS Major: Undeclared

Major: Human Development/ Instruction & Curriculum Leadership

2011 - Freshman Saw action in all 24 contests and made seven starts ... Registered first career goal against LSU in the season opener and added an assist for her first multi-point match ... 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 and notched the game-winner in overtime of the C-USA Tournament final against UTEP ... Finished season with five goals and five assists along with two game-winners.

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2011 - Freshman Redshirted.

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 for 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 Team (2003-04), North Texas State ODP Team (2007-present), ODP Region III Pool (2008-present) ... Helped ODP Region III squad claim the ODP National Championship Prior to Memphis Earned three varsity letters and scored the in 2009. game-winning goal to lift Olathe East to the 2008 6A Kansas state championship ... A 2010 Personal all-state first team selection, was named the Daughter of Paul and Diana Wagner and Bill 2010 Sunflower League Offensive Player of and Rachel Brown ... Enjoys traveling, watchthe Year ... On the club level, competed for ing TV, drawing, camping, horse riding, fishing U17 Blue Valley Stars Mallorca ... Member and kayaking ... Also likes tennis, swimming, of the ODP Region 2 Championship squad in tubing, wake-boarding, skiing, surfing, hock2008 and participated in the ODP National ey and anything outdoors. Championship in Dallas, Texas, in 2009 ... Brown’s Career Stats Member of the Kansas ODP Team since 2004. GP 2011

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P l ay e r B i o s #16 CARLY CASSADY Sophomore • MF/D 5-5 Lenexa, Kan. Shawnee Mission West HS

Major: Earth Science/Geography

2011 - Freshman Made an immediate impact, playing in all 24 games and earning 23 starts at defender ... Notched her first career goal against Charlotte and logged an assist in the NCAA Tournament win over UT Martin ... Helped the Memphis defense post single-season records for goals-against average, goals allowed and shutouts. 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 ... During her time with KCFC, led the squad to six state championships ... Member of the Kansas ODP Team. Personal Daughter of Chuck and Pat Cassady ... Enjoys hanging out with friends, shopping, listening to music and playing with her dogs.

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 and played for the U18 Alberta, Canada, Summer Games Team ... Earned seven Alberta Provincial Championships with the Sherwood Park Rangers (U12U16) ... With the Edmonton Victoria Soccer Club, won the Major League Provincial Championship in 2010 ... Also earned the silver medal in the Women’s Major League National Championship in 2010 ... Four-year member of the Canada Soccer Association National Training Centre-Prairies (2007-11) ... Current member of the Canadian U20 National Pool.

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r-Freshman • MF/D 5-9 Newman, Ga. Northgate HS Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Redshirted.

Prior to Memphis A four-year letterwinner and all-state midfielder at Northgate High ... On the club level, spent time with club team GSA Phoenix Red that won six state championships ... Also a member of the Georgia ODP State Team and Region III Team ... Played with current teamPersonal mate McCall Gardner with the GSA Phoenix Daughter of Doug and Jennifer Craig ... Likes Red squad. listening to music and watching sports ... Also enjoys working-out and skiing ... Ran track in Personal high school. Daughter of Peter and Kari Daane ... Enjoys playing and watching other sports.

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#5 SARAH DAANE

Prior to Memphis Helped Range High School to league championships in 2010 and 2011 ... The Range High School squad also won the Country Cup in 2010-11 ... On the club level, played for the Everton F.C. reserves.

Personal 2011 - Freshman Saw action in seven matches ... Six of her sev- Daughter of Lisa Lasney and Martin Cunningen appearances came in conference games or ham ... Enjoys walking her dogs, yoga, reading postseason play, earning her valuable experi- and hanging out with friends. ence for 2012.

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#7 KYLIE DAVIS Sophomore • F/MF 5-6 L’lle-Bizard, Quebec, Canada

John Rennie HS

Major: Biomedical Engineering

2012 - Canada U20 Member of the 2012 Canada U20 Women’s Team that will play for the World Cup from Aug. 19 to Sept. 8 in Japan. 2011 - Freshman An integral part of the team’s success in 2011, played in all 24 matches and made 18 starts ... Scored first career goal against UALR and added a second at Houston in the league opener ... Recorded first career assist at Vanderbilt and finished season with five helpers ... Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team.

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P l ay e r B i o s r-Freshman • Goalkeeper 5-6 Duluth, Ga. Peachtree Ridge HS Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Redshirted. Prior to Memphis Earned four varsity letters at Peachtree Ridge High for her efforts in the box ... Also competed for the Gwinnett Soccer Association club team under the direction of Coach Campbell Chapman ... Club team won six state championships ... A member of the 2007 U.S. Olympic Development Program Georgia state team ... Teammate of current Lady Tiger Sarah Daane with the GSA hoenix Red squad.

Personal Daughter of Guy and Theresa Gardner ... Enjoys being on the lake, hanging out with Sachse, Texas friends, photography, listening to country Personal John Paul II HS music and cooking. Daughter of Roddie and Mariette Duguay ... Major: Undeclared Enjoys being with friends and listening to music, biking and skating ... A high honors stuGardner’s Career Stats dent at Rothesay High School and member of 2011 - Freshman GP GA GA AVG. SAVES W-L-T SHO. Appeared in four matches in her first colle- the Reach for the Top Club. 2011 Redshirt Season giate season ... Two of the four matches were in conference or postseason play ... Notched first collegiate assist against UALR.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s #9 NATALIA GOMEZ-JUNCO

#2 KELLEY GRAVLIN

Sophomore • MF/F 5-6

r-Sophomore • Midfield

Monterrey, Nuevo Le�n, Mexico

5-4 St. Charles, Mo.

Major: Civil Engineering

Major: Pre-Mechanical Engineering

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2011 - Redshirt Freshman Coming off a redshirt season, played in all 24 games and earned 22 starts ... Finished year with four goals and four assists ... Notched first career goal, a game-winner, against LSU in the season opener ... One game later, registered first career assist versus UALR ... Added assist against Western Kentucky and had a goal and assist against Charlotte ... Had two goals versus Colorado College and Southern Miss and one assist at East Carolina in league play.

2011 - Freshman Played in all 24 matches and made 10 starts ... Registered first career goal at Samford ... Scored goals in back-to-back games against Charlotte and Vanderbilt ... Collected the program’s first hat trick since 2007 against Tulsa in regular-season play ... Added a goal against UCF and the golden goal against Tulsa in the C-USA Tournament ... Notched first assist 2010 - Freshman in the NCAA Tournament match against UT Redshirted. Martin ... Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team. Prior to Memphis Earned three varsity letters at Incarnate Word Prior to Memphis Academy, which won state championships in A standout midfielder for the Mexico U20 2008 and 2009 ... Honorable mention selecNational Team in the World Cup in 2010 ... tion to the ESPN Rise Spring Girls Soccer AllScored a goal in the quarterfinals against Ko- America Team in July 2009 ... A three-time allrea ... A six-time all-state selection in Nuevo conference, 2009 all-metro first team, 2009 León ... Her Prepa Tec squad claimed two first team all-state, 2009 first team all-star national championships (2008/2010) and and a two-time all-metro honorable mention earned third-place finishes in the 2007 and selection ... Named one of six Future Stars by 2009 ... Her school won first place in the na- the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame ... As a memtional tournament of private high schools in ber of Saint Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club, 2009 ... Named the MVP of that tournament. won four state championships ... Member of the ‘92 national soccer pool in 2006 and Personal 2007... Also a member of the Region 2 ODP Daughter of Bernardo Gomez-Junco and Ve- Team since 2006 and the Missouri State ODP ronica Esteva ... Enjoys watching movies, be- Team since 2006. ing with friends and playing tennis. Personal G o m e z - J u n c o ’ s C a r e e r S tat s Daughter of Bill and Patti Gravlin ... Hobbies GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT include reading, swimming and hanging out 2011 24-10 8 1 17 66 28 2 0-0 with friends ... Enjoys playing pickle-ball, ping pong and sand volleyball when not playing soccer ... Member of the Incarnate Word Academy Student Council, National Honor Society and served as a student ambassador in high school.

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Pts Sh 12 48

SOG GW PK-ATT 21 1 0-0

#23 AVERI HALLMAN Senior • Defender 5-4 Spokane, Wash. Mount Spokane HS

Major: Communication

2011 - Junior Played in 19 of 24 matches ... Notched assist against Ole Miss ... Scored a pair of goals against UT Martin in the NCAA Tournament ... Played much of the season as a defender and helped the Memphis defense post single-season records for goals-against average, goals allowed and shutouts. 2010 - Sophomore Gritty defender who helped anchor Memphis’ defensive efforts in all 22 contests ... A vital part of Memphis’ backfield which helped the Lady Tigers to a team 0.84 GAA. 2009 - Freshman Saw action in all 23 matches, starting 11 contests ... Converted the first goal of her collegiate career in the 2-1 victory at Alabama ... Credited with her first career assist versus Western Kentucky ... Recorded two assists at Houston ... Finished the campaign with two goals and seven assists ... Named to the CUSA All-Freshman Team. Prior to Memphis Won four varsity letters for soccer at Mount Spokane High School under Coach Ryan Campanella ... Also earned four letters for basketball and two for track and field ... Earned allstate first team honors in 2008 and all-state honorable mention in 2007 ... A three-time all-league first team honoree from 2006-08 and the 2008 league most valuable player ... Set her high school records for career goals and assists, notching 38 goals and 41 assists ... Her U18 Spokane Shadow club team won the Washington state championship in 2007 and 2009.

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G 2 0 2 4

A 7 0 1 8

Pts 11 0 5 16

Sh 19 0 7 26

SOG 6 0 5 11

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

#6 TAYLOR ISENHOWER Senior • Forward 5-9 Lenexa, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Major: Logistics/ Supply Chain Management

Prior to Memphis Earned four letters at Shawnee Mission Northwest High school under Coach Todd Boren ... Selected to the Kansas 6A All-State Team ... Also named to the All-Sunflower League first team ... Named the 2008 All-Sunflower Offensive Player of the Year ... Earned all-metro first team, All-Sun offensive first team honors and Johnson County All-Star first team honors ... A member of the Kansas Olympic Development Program (ODP) from 2003-08 ... An ODP Region II Pool alternate in 2007 and a Region II Pool team member in 2008 ... On the club level, was a teammate of current Lady Tiger Christie Kline ... Her KC Metro Dynamos squad earned four Kansas State Cup championships in 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008 ... Team was Kansas State Cup finalists in 2003 and 2006 ... The KC Dynamos were Region II semifinalists in 2005 and 2007.

Personal Daughter of Jerry and Kim Isenhower ... 2011 - Junior Appeared in all 24 matches and finished with Member of the honor roll. seven points ... Notched her first goal of the Isenhower’s Career Stats season against UALR and added another against Western Kentucky ... Had assist in the GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT win over Ole Miss ... Added her third goal, 2009 23-12 6 3 15 31 17 2 0-0 0-0 a game-winner, of the season in the league 2010 22-18 5 3 13 36 18 3 2011 24-0 3 1 7 11 6 1 0-0 opener at Houston. Total 69-30 14 7 35 78 41 6 0-0 2010 - Sophomore Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week and TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week honoree Sept. 6 ... Scored two game winners to help Memphis sweep a pair of matches against SEC foes Ole Miss and Alabama ... Accounted for five goals and a team-high three game-winners ... Notched an impressive .500 shot-on-goal percentage on 18 attempts.

Freshman • Defender 5-4 Keller, Texas Keller HS Major: Biology Prior to Memphis Missed the last two seasons of her prep 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 and earned the Presidential Gold Award.

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Senior • Defender 5-8 Leawood, Kan. Blue Valley North HS

Major: Marketing Mgmt

2011 - Junior Played in all 24 matches and made starts in 22 of those contests ... Notched her first career goal, a game-winner, at Samford ... Had an assist in the 3-3 draw against SMU ... Helped the Memphis defense post single-season records for goals-against average, goals allowed and shutouts ... Named to the 2011 C-USA All-Tournament Team ... C-USA Defensive Player of the Week in week two of the season ... Earned a spot on the C-USA All-Academic Team. 2010 - Sophomore Saw action in a total of 16 contests at defender ... Added depth in the backfield ... Accounted for one assist and one point ... Tallied two shots versus Southern Miss and Houston. 2009 - Freshman Saw action in four matches at defender ... Registered two shots against Evansville in what resulted in a team single-game, schoolrecord 50 shots. Prior to Memphis Lettered four years at Blue Valley North... Coached by Tim Wiseman ... In 2008, selected as an All-EKL first team member ... Was a All-EKL second team pick in 2007 ... In 2006, was All-EKL honorable mention ... Named AllSun Johnson County first team in 2007 and Kansas City Star All-Johnson County Kansas City Metro second team in 2007 and 2008 ... Helped her high school to a state title in the 6A Kansas State Cup championship in 2007 and a third-place finish in 2008 ... On the club level, was a teammate of current Lady Tiger Taylor Isenhower ... Her U18 KC Metro Dynamos squad earned four Kansas State Cup championships in 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008 ... Team was Kansas State Cup finalists in 2003 and 2006 ... The KC Dynamos were Region II semifinalists in 2005 and 2007.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s #4 ELYSIA MASTERS

Personal Daughter of Rich and Carrie Kline ... Threeyear member of the honor roll ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Enjoys playing soccer, running and swimming.

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A 0 1 1 2

Pts 0 1 3 4

Sh 2 2 7 11

SOG 0 0 1 1

GW PK-ATT 0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0

#8 KAISA MARSHALL Sophomore • Forward 5-4 Kingwood, Texas Kingwood HS Major: Psychology 2011 - Freshman Appeared in six matches ... Gained valuable experience in four conference matches as well as the NCAA Tournament contest versus UT Martin.

Junior • MF/F 5-3

Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Brampton, Ontario, Canada St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary

Prior to Memphis Started two seasons on 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 David Masters and Heidi Bryck ... Enjoys reading, swimming, snowboarding and watching cooking shows.

#27 COURTNEY NEVILLE

Prior to Memphis Led the Mustangs to three district championships and two regional finals ... In the process, earned all-region, offensive MVP and NSCAA Scholar-Athlete honors ... Spent her summers with club team Eclipse 93 Black, leading the squad in goals scored in 2009 and 2010 ... Member of the Texas State ODP and Regional Pool.

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Freshman • MF 5-5 Oakdale, Minn. Tartan HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Named an all-state, all-conference and allsection honoree throughout her four-year career at Tartan High School ... Participated in the Senior Classic All-Star Game ... Earned the Minnesota State High School Coaches Academic Excellence Award ... Played club soccer for the Minnesota Thunder Academy and Personal appeared in four-straight state cup finals and Daughter of John and Lisa Marshall ... Enjoys claimed two cup titles. traveling, learning Italian, watching movies and playing recreational tennis and volleyball. Personal Daughter of Doug and Michelle Neville ... EnM a r s h a l l ’ s C a r e e r S t a t s joys watching Disney movies, doodling, going to the beach in the summer and listening to GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT rap ... Member of the National Honor Society, 2011 6-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Link Crew and Relay for Life.

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#10 CHRISTABEL ODURO

2012

Major: Sports Mgmt

2012 - Canada U20 Member of the 2012 Canada U20 Women’s Team that will play for the World Cup from Aug. 19 to Sept. 8 in Japan. 2011 - Sophomore NSCAA All-American third team ... Had a spectacular season with 16 goals and seven assists for 39 points ... Opened season with goal in win over LSU and followed with goal, the game-winner, at Alabama two games later ... Had a goal against Ole Miss and posted a goal and an assist versus Charlotte ... Had an assist in the win at Houston and the gamewinner 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 and earned Tournament Offensive MVP honors ... Scored four goals and added an assist in NCAA Tournament win over UT Martin ... Named C-USA Offensive Player of the Week three times ... Earned C-USA Offensive Player of the Year honors ... Appeared on the Soccer America National Team of the Week twice. 2010 - Freshman Speedy freshman who found her way into the starting lineup early in the season ... Saw action in all 22 contests, starting 13 ... Finished the season in the team’s top-five for goals, assists, shots on goal and points scored ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Conference USA Tournament 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 squad ... A three-time Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROOPSSAA) champion in soccer, as well as a one-time champion in basketball ... The 2009 squad was a provincial finalist ... On the club level,

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#12 MADISON OYER Freshman • MF/F 5-5 Leo, Ind. Leo HS Major: Undeclared

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

Oduro’s Career Stats 2010 2011 Total

GP-GS 22-13 24-24 46-37

G 3 16 19

A 4 7 11

Pts 10 39 49

Sh 29 67 96

SOG 17 32 49

GW PK-ATT 1 0-0 6 0-0 7 0-0

#20 BROOKE OXENTINE r-Freshman • MF/D 5-6 Euless, Texas Trinity HS Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Redshirted.

Prior to Memphis Won four conference titles at Leo High School ... Helped the prep squad to sectional and regional championships in 2011 ... Named an all-conference and all-district performer all four years and earned all-state distinction in her final three seasons ... Second all-time in the state of Indiana with 76 assists ... Played club soccer for the Fort Wayne Fever and Carmel United. Personal Daughter of Dave and Jodi Oyer ... Enjoys playing and watching sports with her father, shopping, watching movies and playing guitar hero ... Member of the National Honor Society and was a honors graduate.

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Personal Daughter of Craig and Lilia Padgett ... Enjoys photography, being with family, outdoor activities, traveling and going to the beach ... Participated in events with YoungLife, Dodge for a Cause and Make-A-Wish Foundation volunteer activities during her prep career.

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Senior • Defender 5-4 Flower Mound, Texas Edward S. Marcus HS

Major: Marketing Management

2011 - Junior Started every match on the backline and played the full match in 10 of the 24 contests ... Registered two assists on the season with one at UCF and the other versus UT Martin in the NCAA Tournament ... Helped the Memphis defense post single-season records for goals-against average, goals allowed and shutouts. 2010 - Sophomore Added depth in the backfield ... Continued to progress in her role with the team ... Selfless player who saw action in seven contests. 2009 - Freshman Awarded the squad’s Spirit Award as voted on by her teammates ... Played in 11 matches, earning a start in three of them ... Connected on her first collegiate goal versus Western Kentucky. Prior to Memphis Lettered three years on the Edward S. Marcus soccer team under Coach Kevin Albury ... A District 6-5A All-District defender ... Selected a team captain her senior year ... In 2007, helped her team to the semifinals of the 5A state tournament ... In 2006, earned the high school’s Midfielder of the Year award ... On the club level, a member of the Sting Royal `91 team ... Team captain of her club squad in 2004 ... In 2007, led her squad to the State Cup finals and won the Disney Showcase ... The Sting Royal was a State Cup semifinalist in 2006 and a Texas Cup semifinalist in 2005 ... In 2004, helped squad to a State Cup championship and a Disney Showcase championship ... Team also advanced to the finals of the Surf Cup and the semifinals of the Southern Regional ... In her first year as team captain, led the squad to the Texas Cup championship and the Pikes Peak championship.

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Prior to Memphis Earned defensive MVP honors at Trinity High #21 CHRISTI PADGETT in 2009 and 2010 ... Led the Knights to the Freshman • F/MF Texas State Cup Championship in 2008 ... 5-4 On the club level, competed with Lady TiFranklin, Tenn. ger signee Becca Brown for the D’Feeters Ravenwood HS 93 under the direction of Coach David Pfeil Major: Health & Human ... The D’Feeters earned the USYS Region III Performance/Exercise Science Championship in 2008 and 2010 ... The squad claimed the USYS ’92 ODP National Championship in 2009 and placed third in the USYS Prior to Memphis National Championship in 2010. Helped Ravenwood High School to two state titles and an appearance in the state final in Personal 2011 ... Earned all-state, all-district and allDaughter of Lisa and Marshall Oxentine ... region honors throughout her career ... Set Likes running, traveling, going to the beach in region record for points among all girls and Hawaii and hanging out with friends. boys soccer players.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s Personal Daughter of William and Teresa Pembroke ... Member of the English Honor Society ... Top10 percent of her class academically ... Interests are spending time with friends and family, church, volleyball, water sports and soccer.

#88 DIAMOND SIMPSON

Pembroke’s Career Stats 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP-GS 11-3 7-0 24-24 42-27

G 1 0 0 1

A 0 0 2 2

Pts 2 0 2 4

Sh 4 0 2 6

SOG 3 0 2 5

Freshman • MF/F 5-3 Mississauga, Ontario

St. Joseph’s Secondary Major: Undeclared

GW PK-ATT 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0

Prior to Memphis Member of the Canada U20 and U17 teams … Plays alongside 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 Trini#17 TINE SCHRYVERS dad and Tobago … Led the U17 squad to qualification for the U17 World Cup in New ZeaFreshman • F/MF land … With the U17 squad, also earned gold 5-8 in Brazil tournament and gold at the GuadaZoersel, Antwerp, Belgium lajara Olympics … With teammates Oduro Leonardo Lyceum and Davis, qualified with Canada U20 for the Major: Undeclared 2012 World Cup with a silver medal finish at the CONCACAF Championships in Panama … Plays club soccer for Hamilton FC … Earned Prior to Memphis Played for Leonardo Lyceum, the top sport letters at St. Joseph’s Secondary School. school in Antwerp, Belgium ... Played for the U19 Belgium squad during the European Personal Championships ... Played the last five years Daughter of Nicole and Chris Simpson … Enfor the Belgium national team and went to joys horseback riding and playing volleyball the finals of the European Championships in when not playing soccer. 2011.

#29 CHRISTA STRICKLAND Freshman • Goalkeeper 5-7 Fayetteville, Ga. Whitewater HS Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Led Whitewater High School to runner-up finishes in the Georgia state tournament in her final three prep seasons ... Earned all-region first team honors in 2011 and second team accolades in 2009 ... Played for the AFC Lightning on the club level ... Named to ESPN Rise Goalkeepers Watch List in 2011 ... 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. Personal Daughter of Steve and Tammy Strickland ... Older sister, Jewelia, plays soccer at Kennesaw State ... Enjoys listening to music, drawing and watching the Game Show Network (GSN) ... Also likes fishing, hiking and playing golf ... Member of the Fellowship of Chrisitian Athletes, Beta Club, National Honor Society and yearbook staff.

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#28 GISENIA UTRERAS

r-Sophomore • MF 5-6 Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces HS Major: Biology 2011 - Sophomore Redshirted. 2010 - Freshman A versatile midfielder who made an immediate impact ... One of two Lady Tigers to receive All-C-USA Freshman Team honors ... A crafty ball handler who accounted for six points, three goals and 33 shots ... Fired three or more shots in six different contests. Prior to Memphis Won four letters on the varsity soccer team at Las Cruces High School ... A 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.

#14 NICOLE ZEIDLER

Freshman • Midfield 5-3

Sophomore • D/F 5-8 Scottsdale, Ariz. Chaparral HS

Brampton, Ontario, Canada St. Marguerite d’Youville

Major: Business Economics

Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Helped the Oakville U17 club team to the N.E.W.S.S. Championship in 2011 ... Team won five other championships throughout her career ... Named the Oakville MVP in 2006 ... Most recently played for the Brams United club team ... Participated in regional and provincial ODP squads during her prep career.

2011 - Freshman Appeared in one match for the Lady Tigers in 2011 ... Played a vital role in the leadership of the team.

Prior to Memphis Competed at midfielder and forward for Chaparral High School ... During her time with the Firebirds, earned multiple varsity letters and served as team captain ... On the club Personal level, led team SC Del Sol to state championDaughter of Giovanni and Sarita Utreras ... ships from 2004-10 ... Played for the Arizona Enjoys playing basketball, listening to music ODP team in 2006 and 2007. and watching Barcelona and Real Madrid play. Personal Daughter of Gideon and Sharon Zeidler ... Enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, spending time with family, running, swimming and wakeboarding.

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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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Pts Sh 0 0

GP-GS G 17-17 3

A 0

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2011: Season 22-1-1. The record speaks volumes as to the success that the University of Memphis women’s soccer team had in 2011. A fifthstraight C-USA Championship, a 7-0 NCAA Tournament win, three NSCAA All-Americans and six players recognized by the league. Dynasty Five-straight conference tournament championships is something only 13 other programs in NCAA Dvision I women’s soccer history can lay claim to, and Memphis joined the elite group. The Lady Tigers and Boston University of the American East Conference carry the nation’s longest active championship streak at fivestraight. North Carolina holds the all-time record for consecutive tournament championships with 15 from 1987-2003. William & Mary (8, 1996-03), Notre Dame (7, 1995-2001), Florida (6, 1996-2001), North Carolina (5, 2005-2009) and Loyola (5, 2000-2004) each hold equal or greater streaks than Memphis. Seven other programs have won fourstraight tournament championships in past seasons. Unique Champions Departing redshirt seniors Elise Kuhar-Pitters and Melissa Smith joined a select group of student-athletes that won five championships in their time on campus. The duo was a part of each championship season (2007-11), as Kuhar-Pitters was injuried in the 2007 season to

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garner a redshirt season. Smith 2009 to begin the streak for the used a redshirt in the 2009 sea- U of M. son due to injury. More Hardware Sophomore Christabel Senior Salute The senior class of Jordan Oduro joined the list of MemBoyle, Lizzy Hildebrandt, Elise phis players that have earned CKuhar-Pitters, Lizzy Simonin, USA Player of the Year honors. Melissa Smith, Tara Telford and Oduro had a breakout season Nikki Unland comprised the with 16 goals and seven aswinningest class in program his- sists to become the Lady Tigers tory with 68 wins. The 68 wins fourth C-USA Player of the Year are the 11th-most among NCAA recipient. Division I teams over the last All C-USA four years. Led by C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Lizzy Simonin All About CLASS Senior defender Lizzy Si- and C-USA Player of the Year monin was selected the 2011 Christabel Oduro, Memphis Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award continued the trend of having winner. The Lowe’s Senior several players earn All-C-USA CLASS Award is given annually recognition. The duo was joined to the most-outstanding senior on the All-C-USA first team by student-athlete in NCAA Divi- goalkeeper Elise Kuhar-Pitters. sion I women’s soccer. To be Midfielder Lizzy Hildebrandt elgible, a student-athlete must was a All-C-USA second team have notable achievements in selection and freshmen Kylie four areas of excellence, com- Davis and Natalia Gomez-Junco munity, classroom, character appeared on the C-USA AllFreshman team. and competition. Balanced Attack The Lady Tigers scored 62 goals in 23 matches and 13 different players scored those goals. Eight differnt players had three or more goals, and six players had five-plus goal seasons. Memphis had 47 assists from 15 different players, and seven players had three or more helpers. Just Another Streak For the third-straight season, Memphis laid claim to the C-USA Defensive Player of the Year. Lizzy Simonin earned the distinction, earning the honor for the second-consecutive season. Simonin is the only C-USA student-athlete to be named C-USA Defensive Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons. Kelsey Bakker won the award in

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scored 57 of the Lady Tigers’ 171 points. Kaitlyn Atkins had five goals and five assists, while Kelley Gravlin added four goals and four assists. The cast of freshmen earned 82 combined starts that will add valuable experience to the 2012 roster. Success Under Monaghan Continues After recording his 125th career win in 2010, head coach Brooks Monaghan sits three wins shy of win No. 150 entering 2012. Monaghan has led the program into the national spotlight with an impressive 108-33-10 (.742) record since 2004. Just in the last four seasons, Memphis is 85-21-7 (.792). Monaghan possesses a career record of 147-86-15. Clean Sheet Led by goalkeeper Elise Kuhar-Pitters, Memphis posted a single-season school-record 15 shutouts. The Memphis defense posted a streak of fourstraight shutouts at one point during the season, also a program first. The Lady Tigers finished the season with a record 0.53 goals-against average, besting the previous mark of 0.84 set in 2010.

In the Polls A weekly presence in the top-25 polls, Memphis finished the season ranked No. 9 in the NSCAA Top-25 Poll. The Lady Tigers climbed to a program-best No. 3 ranking by Soccer America entering the second round of Fifth-Straight the NCAA Tournament. Overall, NCAA Appearance the U of M was ranked inside Making a fifth-straight apthe top-10 in nine of the 14 pearance in the NCAA College weekly polls. Cup, the Lady Tigers faced UT Martin in the opening round Diaper Dandies at Mike Rose Soccer Complex. Joining the four-time de- Christabel Oduro scored nine fending C-USA champions, ex- points, helping Memphis claim pectations that come with a a 7-0 victory. winning team are high. But, the The U of M met longtime 2011 freshman class played a rival Louisville in the second vital in helping the Lady Tigers round at Mike Rose Soccer claim a fifth-straight C-USA Complex, and Louisville came crown. Natalia Gomez-Junco away with a 2-0 win to close the led the freshmen with eights 2011 Memphis women’s soccer goal and an assist, as the group chapter with a 22-1-1 record.

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts RECORD OVERALL All Games.............................................. 22-1-1 Conference............................................ 10-0-1 Non-Conference................................... 12-1-0

HOME 11-1-1 3-0-1 8-1-0

Individual Statistics o. N 10 17 9 21 4 13 2 7 6 23 16 29 3 22 11 12 26 25 27 24 18 15 14 No. 1 00 TM

PLAYER Christabel Oduro Melissa Smith Natalia Gomez-Junco Lizzy Simonin Rasheeda Ansari Kaitlyn Atkins Kelley Gravlin Kylie Davis Taylor Isenhower Averi Hallman Lizzy Hildebrandt Carly Cassady Christie Kline Bailey Pembroke Katie Donahue Tara Telford Olivia Borkenstein Anna Butzlaff Ashley Barksdale Kaisa Marshall Sam Watson Alex Craig Nicole Zeidler Total Opponents GOALTENDERS Elise Kuhar-Pitters Jordan Boyle Team Total Opponents

GP-GS 24-24 24-24 24-10 24-24 24-16 24-7 24-22 24-18 24-0 19-0 24-24 24-23 24-22 24-24 4-0 17-0 6-2 4-0 3-0 6-0 3-0 7-0 1-0 24 24 GP-GS 24-24 1-0 - 24 24

G 16 5 8 6 7 5 4 2 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62 13 Minutes 2172:02 23:47 0:00 2195:49 2195:49

A 7 9 1 5 1 5 4 5 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 5

Pts 39 19 17 17 15 15 12 9 7 5 5 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 171 31 GA 11 2 0 13 62

Sh 67 34 66 30 22 50 48 45 11 7 41 9 7 2 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 445 191 Avg 0.46 7.57 0.00 0.53 2.54

Shot% .239 .147 .121 .200 .318 .100 .083 .044 .273 .286 .024 .111 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .139 .068 Saves 66 1 3 70 135

SOG 32 17 28 12 16 14 21 19 6 5 16 5 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 197 83 Pct .857 .333 1.000 .843 .685

SOG% GW .478 6 .500 2 .424 2 .400 1 .727 3 .280 2 .438 1 .422 1 .545 1 .714 0 .390 1 .556 0 .143 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .250 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .443 22 .435 1 W 22 0 0 22 1

L 1 0 0 1 22

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 2-2 T 1 0 0 1 1

Sho 15 0 0 15 1

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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 Penalties Yellow cards Red cards Attendance Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

MEM 62-445 2.58 .139 197-445 .443 18.5 47 126 3-3 61

Opp 13-191 0.54 .068 83-191 .435 9.0 5 77 2-2 22

MEM 8 0

Opp 16 0

MEM 12200 13/938 0/0

Opp 3818 11/347

Goals by Period MEM Opponents

1st 21 3

2nd 39 10

OT OT2 1 1 0 0

Total 62 13

Shots by Period MEM Opponents

1st 215 80

2nd 222 109

OT OT2 7 1 2 0

Total 445 191

Saves by Period MEM Opponents

1st 29 59

2nd 39 74

OT OT2 2 0 2 0

Total 70 135

Corner Kicks MEM Opponents

1st 65 38

2nd 59 39

OT OT2 2 0 0 0

Total 126 77

Fouls by Period MEM Opponents

1st 107 97

2nd 96 108

OT OT2 1 2 4 0

Total 206 209

Category Leaders oints P G 10 Christabel Oduro 16 17 Melissa Smith 5 9 Natalia Gomez-Junco 8 21 Lizzy Simonin 6 4 Rasheeda Ansari 7 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 5

A 7 9 1 5 1 5

Pts 39 19 17 17 15 15

oals G G 10 Christabel Oduro 16 9 Natalia Gomez-Junco 8 4 Rasheeda Ansari 7 21 Lizzy Simonin 6 17 Melissa Smith 5 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 5

A 7 1 1 5 9 5

Pts 39 17 15 17 19 15

ssists A 17 Melissa Smith 10 Christabel Oduro 7 Kylie Davis 21 Lizzy Simonin 13 Kaitlyn Atkins

A 9 7 5 5 5

Pts 19 39 9 17 15

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Tiger Scorers (Assists) Oduro (Atkins), Gravlin (Unassisted), Atkins (Unassisted) Smith (Atkins,Gravlin), Davis (Simonin), Isenhower (Donahue) Oduro (Hildebrandt, Smith) Kline (Atkins), Gomez-Junco (Unassisted) Ansari (Gravlin), Isenhower (Atkins) Ansari (Simonin), Simonin (PK), Oduro (Isenhower, Hallman) Cassady (Gravlin), Simonin (PK), Gomez-Junco (Unassisted) Gravlin (Unassisted), Smith (Oduro), Oduro (Unassisted) Ansari (Davis), Gomez-Junco (Smith) Davis (Oduro), Isenhower (Unassisted) Oduro (Smith) Smith (Unassisted) Team (Own Goal), Ansari (Gravlin, Oduro) Oduro (Kline), Atkins (Unassisted), Simonin (Unassisted) Simonin (PK), Gomez-Junco (Hildebrandt), Gomez-Junco (Simonin) Gomez-Junco (Unassisted) Oduro (Davis), Ansari (Simonin), Simonin (Unassisted) Gravlin (Unassisted), Oduro (Smith) Smith (Ansari), Oduro (Smith), Gravlin (Smith) Oduro (Davis), Gomez-Junco (Pembroke), Oduro (Smith) Atkins (Davis), Atkins (Oduro) Smith (Oduro), Gomez-Junco (Smith) Hildebrandt (Smith), Simonin (Unassisted), Ansari (Atkins) Oduro (Hildebrandt) Atkins (Oduro) Oduro (Unassisted), Oduro (Davis), Oduro (Simonin) Hallman (Cassady), Hallman (Gomez-Junco), Oduro (Pembroke) Ansari (Oduro) --------------------------------------------

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NEUTRAL 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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Game-by-Game Breakdown Date Opponent W/L Score Attend Aug 19 LSU W 3-1 673 Aug 21 UALR W 3-1 237 Aug 26 at Alabama W 1-0 825 Aug 28 at Samford W 2-0 271 Sep 04 at Western Kentucky W 2-0 204 Sep 09 OLE MISS W 3-0 1272 Sep 11 CHARLOTTE W 6-2 487 Sep 15 at Vanderbilt W 2-0 349 Sep 23 at Houston* W 2-1 392 Sep 25 at Rice* W 1-0 210 Sep 30 at Marshall* W 1-0 432 Oct 2 at East Carolina* W 2-0 223 Oct 7 SMU* Tot2 3-3 1473 Oct 9 TULSA* W 4-0 601 Oct 14 UTEP* W 3-0 707 Oct 16 COLORADO COLLEGE* W 2-1 558 Oct 21 at Southern Miss* W 3-0 215 Oct 23 at UCF* W 3-0 327 Oct 27 at UAB* W 2-0 370 Nov 2 TULSA# Wot 2-1 783 Nov 4 EAST CAROLINA# W 3-0 1117 Nov 5 UTEP# Wot2 2-1 1637 Nov 12 UT MARTIN $ W 7-0 1018 Nov 18 LOUISVILLE $ L 0-2 1637

AWAY 11-0-0 7-0-0 4-0-0

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HOME 3-0-1 3-0-1 0-0-0

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PLAYER Christabel Oduro Melissa Smith Natalia Gomez-Junco Lizzy Simonin Kaitlyn Atkins Kelley Gravlin Rasheeda Ansari Kylie Davis Taylor Isenhower Lizzy Hildebrandt Christie Kline Bailey Pembroke Carly Cassady Averi Hallman Tara Telford Anna Butzlaff Kaisa Marshall Sam Watson Alex Craig Katie Donahue Total Opponents GOALTENDERS Elise Kuhar-Pitters Team Total Opponents

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

G 7 2 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 5 Minutes 1010:00 0:00 1010:00 1010:00

A 3 5 0 2 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0

Pts 17 9 8 8 6 5 5 5 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 10 GA 5 0 5 26

Sh 34 10 32 17 25 20 9 21 5 20 4 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 205 85

Shot% .206 .200 .125 .176 .120 .100 .222 .048 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .127 .059

Avg Saves 0.45 34 0.00 1 0.45 35 2.32 65

SOG 16 4 16 7 8 8 6 10 3 8 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 91 40 Pct .872 1.000 .875 .714

SOG% GW .471 4 .400 2 .500 0 .412 1 .320 1 .400 0 .667 0 .476 0 .600 1 .400 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .250 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .444 10 .471 0 W 10 0 10 0

L 0 0 0 10

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 T 1 0 1 1

Sho 8 0 8 0

Game-by-Game Breakdown Tiger Scorers (Assists) Davis (Oduro), Isenhower (Unassisted) Oduro (Smith) Smith (Unassisted) Team (Own Goal), Ansari (Gravlin, Oduro) Oduro (Kline), Atkins (Unassisted), Simonin (Unassisted) Simonin (PK), Gomez-Junco (Hildebrandt), Gomez-Junco (Simonin) Gomez-Junco (Unassisted) Oduro (Davis), Ansari (Simonin), Simonin (Unassisted) Gravlin (Unassisted), Oduro (Smith) Smith (Ansari), Oduro (Smith), Gravlin (Smith) Oduro (Davis), Gomez-Junco (Pembroke), Oduro (Smith) Atkins (Davis), Atkins (Oduro)

* Conference USA Matches

W SOC

Date Opponent W/L Score Attend Sep 23 at Houston* W 2-1 392 Sep 25 at Rice* W 1-0 210 Sep 30 at Marshall* W 1-0 432 Oct 2 at East Carolina* W 2-0 223 Oct 7 SMU* Tot2 3-3 1473 Oct 9 TULSA* W 4-0 601 Oct 14 UTEP* W 3-0 707 Oct 16 COLORADO COLLEGE* W 2-1 558 Oct 21 at Southern Miss* W 3-0 215 Oct 23 at UCF* W 3-0 327 Oct 27 at UAB* W 2-0 370

University of Memphis

NEUTRAL 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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Individual Statistics o. N 10 17 9 21 13 2 4 7 6 16 3 22 29 23 12 25 24 18 15 11

AWAY 7-0-0 7-0-0 0-0-0

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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

MEM 26-205 2.36 .127 91-205 .444 18.6 18 66 1-1 30

Opp 5-85 0.45 .059 40-85 .471 7.7 0 33 1-1 7

MEM 6 0

Opp 8 0

Penalties Yellow cards Red cards Attendance Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

MEM 3339 4/835 0/0

Opp 2169 7/310

Goals by Period MEM Opponents

1st 9 3

2nd 17 2

OT OT2 0 0 0 0

Total 26 5

Shots by Period MEM Opponents

1st 102 36

2nd 100 48

OT OT2 3 0 1 0

Total 205 85

Saves by Period MEM Opponents

1st 16 30

2nd 18 34

OT OT2 1 0 1 0

Total 35 65

Corner Kicks MEM Opponents

1st 36 19

2nd 29 14

OT OT2 1 0 0 0

Total 66 33

Fouls by Period MEM Opponents

1st 49 48

2nd 45 50

OT OT2 0 1 0 0

Total 95 98

Category Leaders Points 10 Christabel Oduro 17 Melissa Smith 9 Natalia Gomez-Junco 21 Lizzy Simonin 13 Kaitlyn Atkins

G 7 2 4 3 3

A 3 5 0 2 0

Pts 17 9 8 8 6

oals G 10 Christabel Oduro 9 Natalia Gomez-Junco 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 21 Lizzy Simonin

G 7 4 3 3

A 3 0 0 2

Pts 17 8 6 8

ssists A 17 Melissa Smith 10 Christabel Oduro 7 Kylie Davis 21 Lizzy Simonin

G 2 7 1 3

A 5 3 3 2

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2 0 1 1 C o n f e r e n c e USA S t a n d i n g s Memphis!%* Colorado College SMU UCF* East Carolina Rice UTEP Tulsa Houston UAB Marshall Southern Miss

W-L-T 10-0-1 8-2-1 6-2-3 7-3-1 5-6-0 4-5-2 4-5-2 4-5-2 3-6-2 3-7-1 2-7-2 1-9-1

Pct. .955 .773 .682 .682 .455 .455 .455 .455 .364 .318 .273 .136

C-USA Home 3-0-1 6-0-0 4-2-0 2-1-1 4-3-0 2-2-0 3-2-2 3-3-1 2-1-2 2-3-0 2-2-0 1-4-0

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

Pts. 31 25 22 21 15 14 14 14 11 10 8 4

W-L-T 22-1-1 10-7-3 11-8-1 13-5-6 11-8-1 10-7-4 11-8-4 10-8-3 6-11-2 6-12-1 4-12-3 4-13-3

Pct. .938 .575 .575 .667 .575 .571 .565 .548 .368 .342 .289 .275

Overall Home 11-1-1 8-1-1 7-2-0 5-2-2 5-4-1 6-2-0 8-2-2 7-3-1 4-4-2 4-4-0 2-2-3 3-4-2

2011 C-USA Tournament Away 11-0-0 2-3-2 4-5-1 5-2-3 5-4-0 3-5-3 2-6-1 3-3-2 2-6-0 2-8-1 2-9-0 0-8-1

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Neutral 0-0-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 3-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0

Quarterfinals #7 UTEP 2, #2 Colorado College 1 #6 Rice 2, #3 SMU 1 (2 OT) #5 East Carolina 2, #4 UCF 1 #1 Memphis 2, #8 Tulsa 1 (OT) Semifinals #7 UTEP 0 #6 Rice 0 (UTEP 3-1 PKs) #1 Memphis 3, #5 East Carolina 0 Championship Match #1 Memphis 2, #7 UTEP 1 (OT)

! - Clinched C-USA regular season championship % - Won C-USA Tournament championship * - Awarded NCAA Tournament berth

2 0 1 1 C o n f e r e n c e USA L e a d e r s Team No. 445 361 349 331 321 307 258 254 253 248 226 208

Avg/G 18.54 15.70 14.54 15.76 16.05 14.62 12.90 13.37 12.65 13.05 11.89 10.40

Points GP 1. Memphis 24 2. UTEP 23 3. UCF 24 4. East Carolina 20 5. Rice 21 6. Tulsa 21 7. Colorado College 20 8. SMU 20 9. Houston 19 10. UAB 19 11. Marshall 19 12. Southern Miss 20

No. 171 113 109 102 81 80 76 74 69 48 44 40

Avg/G 7.12 4.91 4.54 5.10 3.86 3.81 3.80 3.70 3.63 2.53 2.32 2.00

Goals GP 1. Memphis 24 2. UTEP 23 3. UCF 24 4. East Carolina 20 5. Tulsa 21 Colorado College 20 7. SMU 20 Rice 21 9. Houston 19 10. UAB 19 11. Marshall 19 12. Southern Miss 20

No. 62 41 36 32 29 29 28 28 26 19 17 15

Avg/G 2.58 1.78 1.50 1.60 1.38 1.45 1.40 1.33 1.37 1.00 0.89 0.75

Assists 1. Memphis 2. East Carolina 3. UCF 4. UTEP 5. Rice 6. Tulsa 7. SMU

No. 47 38 37 31 25 22 18

Avg/G 1.96 1.90 1.54 1.35 1.19 1.05 0.90

GP 24 20 24 23 21 21 20

Colorado College 20 Houston 19 Southern miss 20 Marshall 19 UAB 19

18 17 10 10 10

0.90 0.89 0.50 0.53 0.53

Goals Allowed GP 1. Memphis 24 2. Rice 21 3. SMU 20 4. UCF 24 Colorado College 20 6. Tulsa 21 7. East Carolina 20 8. UTEP 23 9. Marshall 19 Houston 19 11. Southern miss 20 12. UAB 19

No. 13 17 20 23 23 27 28 29 31 31 37 41

Avg/G 0.54 0.81 1.00 0.96 1.15 1.29 1.40 1.26 1.63 1.63 1.85 2.16

Shutouts GP 1. Memphis 24 2. Tulsa 21 3. UCF 24 4. Colorado College 20 5. Rice 21 6. UTEP 23 7. Houston 19 East Carolina 20 SMU 20 10. Marshall 19 Southern Miss 20 12. UAB 19

Saves Avg/G 15 0.62 11 0.52 10 0.42 9 0.45 8 0.38 7 0.30 5 0.26 5 0.25 5 0.25 4 0.21 4 0.20 3 0.16

Individual Points 1. Christabel Oduro (MEM) 2. Tishia Jewel (UCF) 3. Kimmy Cummings (ECU) Brittany Kindzierski (UTEP) 5. Caty Butler (ECU) Nicolette Radovcic (UCF) 7. Amanda Malkiewicz (ECU) Jessica Howard (Rice) Katie Dorman (UTEP) Melissa Smith (MEM)

No. 39 24 22 22 20 20 19 19 19 19

GOALS 1. Christabel Oduro (MEM) 2. Kimmy Cummings (ECU) Brittany Kindzierski (UTEP) 4. Caty Butler (ECU)

No. 16 9 9 8

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Amanda Malkiewicz (ECU) Jessica Howard (RICE) Nicolette Radovcic (UCF) Natalia Gomez-Junco (MEM) Jessica Zavalza (HOU) Lauren Digregorio (CC) Katie Dorman (UTEP) Rasheeda Ansari (MEM) Tishia Jewell (UCF)

8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7

Assists 1. Tishia Jewell (UCF) 2. Melissa Smith (MEM) 3. Leah Bagonis (ECU) Christabel Oduro (MEM) 5. Jordan O’Brien (TLS) 6. Tess Hall (UTEP) Katie Dorman (UTEP) Lauren Katada (UTEP) Kylie Davis (MEM) Lizzy Simonin (MEM) Kaitlyn Atkins (MEM)

No. 10 9 8 8 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Goals-Against-Avg 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters (MEM) 2. Amy Czyz (RICE) 3. Lindsey Kerns (MAR) 4. Aline Reis (UCF) 5. Courtney Webb (SMU) 6. Hanna Berglund (CC) 7. Sarah Dilling (UTEP) 8. Christiane Cordero (ECU) 9. Katie Bykowski (TLS) 10. Cami Koski (HOU)

No. 0.46 0.73 0.80 0.91 1.03 1.11 1.25 1.32 1.33 1.37

Shutouts 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters (MEM) 2. Aline Reis (UCF) Hanna Berglund (CC) Katie Bykowski (TLS) 5. Amy Czyz (RICE) 6. Sarah Dilling (UTEP) Christiane Cordero (ECU) 8. Courtney Webb (SMU) 9. Lindsey Kerns (MAR) Hannah Vanderboegh (USM) C.J. Winship (UAB)

No. 15 9 9 9 7 5 5 4 3 3 3

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Offensive Players of the Year Christabel Oduro, Memphis Defensive Player of the Year Lizzy Simonin, Memphis Freshman of the Year Jessie Ayers, Colorado College Midfielder of the Year Jessie Ayers, Colorado College Coach of the Year Brooks Monaghan, Memphis All-Conference USA First Team F: Lauren DiGregorio, Colorado College F: Christabel Oduro, Memphis F: Jessica Howard, Rice F: Tiffini Turpin, UAB F: Tishia Jewell, UCF MF: Jessie Ayers, Colorado College MF: Kimmy Cummings, East Carolina MF: Mallory Baum, SMU D: Lizzy Simonin, Memphis D: Kaitlyn Eidson, SMU D: Marissa Diggs, UCF GK: Elise Kuhar-Pitters, Memphis All-Conference USA Second Team F: Britney Lyman, Colorado College F: Amanda Malkiewicz, East Carolina F: Jessica Zavalza, Houston MF: Lizzy Hildebrandt, Memphis MF: Stacie Hubbard, UCF MF: Azia Nicholson, UTEP D: Beth Wright, Colorado College D: Lauren LaGro, Rice D: Claire Hulcer, Tulsa GK: Aline Reis, UCF All-Freshman Team Jessie Ayers, MF, Colorado College Kaieli Vandersluis, F, Colorado College Kelley Johnson, D/MF, East Carolina Sharis Lachappelle, MF, Houston Kylie Davis, MF, Memphis Natlaia Gomez-Junco, MF, Memphis Amy Czyz, GK, Rice Quynh Nhu Truong, MF, Rice Rikki Clarke, MF, SMU Calreigh Williams, D, UCF Sarah Dilling, GK, UTEP

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Shots GP 1. Memphis 24 2. UTEP 23 3. UCF 24 4. Rice 21 5. Colorado College 20 6. Tulsa 21 7. East Carolina 20 8. Houston 19 9. SMU 20 10. Marshall 19 11. UAB 19 12. Southern Miss 20

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Year-By-Year Results 10-16 10-18 10-23 10-25 10-30

1995 Record: 5-14-0 • C-USA: 1-4-0 H: 4-5-0 • A: 1-7-0 • N: 0-2-0 Coach: Les Szabo 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

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 11-2 vs. Charlotte L

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

1996 Record: 8-13-0 • C-USA: 3-6-0 H: 5-5-0 • A: 2-7-0 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Les Szabo 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

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 11-6 vs. DePaul W 5-1 11-7 vs. Cincinnati L 1-2

1997

W SOC

at Tennessee L at Chattanooga W SMS W Brewton Parker W at Tulane* L at UAB* W Mississippi State T Louisville* W Cincinnati* L at Charlotte* L Eastern Illinois L Marquette* L DePaul* W at Ole Miss L Ark.-Little Rock W at USF* L Saint Louis* W Belmont W Rhodes W at Arkansas L C-USA Tournament 11-4 vs. DePaul W 11-6 vs. Marquette L

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

1999

10-20 10-25 10-27 10-30 11-2

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 11-6 vs. Charlotte L 0-2

2003

Record: 5-13-0 • C-USA: 1-10-0 H: 3-8-0 • A: 2-5-0 Coach: Les Szabo 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

Rhodes Toledo Jacksonville State SMS Tulane* Southern Miss* Mississippi State at Marquette* at DePaul* USF* Charlotte* at Ole Miss at Belmont Houston* Saint Louis* at Cincinnati* at Louisville* at UAB*

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

8-29 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

at Sacramento State at San Francisco UL-Monroe Middle Tennessee at SMS SE Louisiana at Charlotte* USF* DePaul* Marquette* at Tulane* at Southern Miss* at UAB* at Mississippi State Louisville* Cincinnati* at Saint Louis* at Houston* at Vanderbilt Christian Brothers

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

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

at Missouri SMS at Evansville UT Martin Ole Miss at Saint Louis* at Marquette* Vanderbilt DePaul* Cincinnati* Christian Brothers at Tennessee Tech Southern Miss* Tulane* at Houston* at TCU* at UAB* USF* at Mississippi State

W 2-0 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 0-4 W 9-0 L 3-6 L 1-2 T ot 0-0 L 0-3 L 0-2 L 0-7 T ot 1-1 T ot 1-1

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

at Florida Atlantic vs. Florida Int Northeastern Evansville Mississippi State Saint Louis* East Carolina* at Louisville* at Charlotte* at UT Martin at SMS at #23 Nebraska at USF* at Southern Miss*

L 2-3 T ot 2-2 L 0-2 W 3-0 W 1-0 L 0-2 L 2-3 L 1-2 W 1-0 L 0-2 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 1-2 W 1-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 3-4

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

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

Record: 11-8-0 • C-USA: 5-5-0 H: 7-2-0 • A: 4-5-0 • N: 0-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 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

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 11-3 vs. UAB L 1-4

2005

Record: 5-13-1 • C-USA: 3-7-0 H: 4-5-1 • A: 1-8-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 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

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

2004

Record: 9-11-0 • C-USA: 3-8-0 H: 6-3-0 • A: 3-8-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 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

Mississippi State at Ole Miss at Evansville SE Missouri State SMS at Drury at Louisville* at Cincinnati* DePaul* Marquette* UT Martin Alabama A&M at Houston* Tulane* Southern Miss* USF* at UAB* at TCU*

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

Record: 12-7-0 • C-USA: 6-3-0 H: 7-3-0 • A: 4-3-0 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 8-28 Tennessee Tech W 7-0 9-2 at Samford L 1-2 9-4 vs. Evansville W 2-1 9-7 UT Martin W 3-0 9-11 Missouri State W 4-0 9-13 Ole Miss L 2-3 9-16 Mississippi State W 2-1 9-18 at Middle Tenn W 5-1 9-25 at SE Missouri State L 2o 0-1 9-30 Tulane* W 6-0 10-2 UTEP* L 2-3 10-9 at Marshall* W 2-1 10-14 UAB* W 1-0 10-19 at East Carolina* W ot 2-1 10-21 UCF* L 0-1 10-23 Southern Miss* W 5-1 10-28 at Tulsa* W 1-0 10-30 at SMU* L 1-2 C-USA Tournament 11-2 vs. UTEP L 4-5

University of Memphis

2006 Record: 11-6-3 • C-USA: 6-2-2 H: 4-3-1 • A: 6-3-1 • N: 1-0-1 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 8-25 8-27 9-2 9-4 9-8 9-10 9-14 9-17 9-22 9-29 10-1

at Tennessee Tech at UT Martin Alabama^ Samford^ at Ole Miss at Mississippi State SEMO Arkansas at Missouri State East Carolina* Marshall*

2012

10-6 10-8 10-13 10-15 10-20 10-22 10-27

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 11-1 vs. East Carolina W 2-1 11-3 vs. UAB T 2o 0-0

^ Lady Tigers Fall Tournament

Record: 5-10-3 • C-USA: 2-7-1 H: 4-4-1 • A: 1-6-2 Coach: Brooks Monaghan

Record: 9-10-1 • C-USA: 5-5-0 H: 5-3-0 • A: 4-7-0 • N: 0-0-1 Coach: Brooks Monaghan

Record: 5-10-3 • C-USA: 2-8-1 H: 4-3-2 • A: 1-7-1 Coach: Les Szabo Rhodes Chattanooga at SMS at Oklahoma UT Martin at Southern Miss* at Tulane* DePaul* Marquette* at Charlotte* at USF* Ole Miss at Mississippi State

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

2002

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

W L W L L

2001

Record: 11-10-1 • C-USA: 4-5-0 H: 8-3-1 • A: 2-6-0 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Les Szabo 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

at Saint Louis* at Houston* Louisville* Cincinnati* UAB*

W 8-0 W 7-0 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-3 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-1 T 2o 0-0 T 2o 1-1 W 8-0

2007 Record: 17-4-1 • C-USA: 7-1-1 H: 9-1-0 • A: 5-1-1 • N: 3-2-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 8-31 UALR W 9-2 at Arkansas W 9-6 vs LSU^ L 9-8 at Samford^ L 9-16 at Alabama W 9-18 UT Martin W 9-21 Ole Miss W 9-23 Mississippi State W 9-30 Missouri State W 10-5 UAB* W 10-12 at Houston* W 10-14 at Rice* T 10-19 Tulsa* W 10-21 SMU* W 10-26 Southern Miss* W 10-28 UCF* L 11-2 at Marshall* W 11-4 at East Carolina* W C-USA Tournament 11-7 vs Southern Miss W 11-9 at UTEP W 11-11 vs UCF W NCAA Tournament 11-16 vs UNC Greensboro L

7-1 2o 2-1 2-7 0-1 2-0 4-1 1-0 5-0 2-0 ot 2-1 3-0 2o 1-1 3-0 3-1 4-0 2o 1-2 3-1 2-1 6-0 1-0 2-0 0-1

^ Long’s Electronics Samford Classic

2008 Record: 15-5-2 • C-USA: 8-2-1 H: 6-3-1 • A: 6-1-1 • N: 3-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 8-22 UALR W 2-0 8-29 Alabama T 2o 1-1 9-5 at Ole Miss W 2-1 9-7 Miami L 0-3 9-12 Oklahoma W 3-0 9-14 Colorado L 1-2 9-19 at Mississippi State W 2-1 9-26 Southern Miss* W 2-0 9-28 #20 UCF* L ot 1-2 10-3 at UTEP* W 2-1 10-5 at Colorado College* L 1-2 10-10 Houston* W 1-0 10-12 Rice* W 1-0 10-17 at SMU* W 3-0 10-19 at Tulsa* W 4-2 10-24 Marshall* W 4-0 10-26 at East Carolina* T 2o 3-3 10-30 at UAB* W 2-1 C-USA Tournament 11-5 vs UAB W 2-0 11-7 vs #22 UCF W 2-0 11-9 vs East Carolina W 4-1 NCAA Tournament 11-14 vs Illinois L 0-1

2010 Record: 15-4-3 • C-USA: 7-1-3 H: 8-1-2 • A: 6-2-1 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 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

at Saint Louis W 2-1 Samford W 3-0 LSU W 1-0 at #18 Oklahoma State 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 11-5 vs. Houston W 1-0 11-7 at #23 UCF W 1-0 NCAA Tournament 11-12 vs. #15 Oregon State L 0-5

2011 Record: 22-1-1 • C-USA: 10-0-1 H: 11-1-1 • A: 11-0-0 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 8-19 8-21 8-26 8-28 9-4 9-9 9-11 9-15 9-23 9-25 9-30 10-2 10-7 10-9 10-14 10-16 10-21 10-23 10-27 11-2 11-4 11-6 11-12 11-18

LSU W 3-1 UALR W 3-1 at Alabama W 1-0 at Samford W 2-0 at Western Kentucky W 2-0 Ole Miss W 3-0 Charlotte W 6-2 at Vanderbilt W 2-0 at Houston* W 2-1 at Rice* W 1-0 at Marshall* W 1-0 at East Carolina* W 2-0 SMU* T 2o 3-3 Tulsa* W 4-0 UTEP* W 3-0 Colorado College* W 2-1 at Southern Miss* W 3-0 at UCF* W 3-0 at UAB* W 2-0 C-USA Tournament vs. Tulsa W ot 2-1 vs. East Carolina W 3-0 vs. UTEP W 2o 2-1 NCAA Tournament vs. UT Martin W 7-0 vs. Louisville L 0-2

* - Denotes C-USA Match

2009 Record: 16-7-0 • C-USA: 8-3 H: 6-4-0 • A: 7-2-0 • N: 3-1-0 Coach: Brooks Monaghan 8-21 at #25 LSU W 2-0 8-28 UALR W 4-0 9-4 Ole Miss L 0-1 9-6 Western Kentucky W 3-0 9-11 at Tennessee L 1-2 9-13 at Alabama W 2-1 9-18 Saint Louis L 0-2 9-20 Evansville W 4-0 9/25 at Southern Miss* W 2-0 9-27 at #20 UCF* W 1-0 10-2 UTEP* L 2-3 10-4 Colorado College* W 2-0 10-9 at Houston* W 2-0 10-11 at Rice* L 1-2 10-16 SMU* W 2-0 10-18 Tulsa* W 1-0 10-23 at Marshall* W 2-1 10-25 at East Carolina* W 2-1 10-29 UAB* L ot 1-2 C-USA Tournament 11-4 at SMU W 6-2 11-6 vs Colorado College W 1-0 11-8 vs UCF W 3-0 NCAA Tournament 11-13 vs #22 Texas A&M L 1-3

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Alabama (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

L 0-1 W 2-0 T 2o 1-1 W 2-1 W 4-0 W 1-0

Alabama A&M (2-0) 10-10-2003 H 8-29-2004 A

W W

Arkansas (1-4) 9-30-1995 A 10-12-1996 H 10-31-1997 A 9-17-2006 H 9-2-2007 A

L 0-2 L 2-3 L 2-4 L 0-1 W 2o 2-1

5-1 4-0

Arkansas-Little Rock (7-1) 9-13-1995 H W 9-7-1996 A L 10-14-1997 H W 8-31-2007 H W 8-22-2008 H W 8-28-2009 H W 9-5-2010 A W 8-21-2011 H W

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

Belmont (2-0) 10-26-1997 H 10-12-1999 A

W W

4-2 6-1

Brewton Parker (1-0) 9-6-1997 H W

4-0

Charlotte (2-9) 9-2-1995 A 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

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

Chattanooga (2-0) 8-30-1997 A 9-4-1998 H

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

1-0 4-1

Christian Brothers (2-2) 10-27-1995 H W 10-2 10-28-2000 H W 4-0 10-3-2001 H L 2-3 10-30-2002 A L 2o 1-2

Colorado (0-1) 9-14-2008 H

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

1-2

Colorado College (4-2) 10-13-2006 A L 10-5-2008 A L 10-4-2009 H W 11-6-2009 N W 9-24-2010 A W 10-16-2011 H W

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

L 1-3 W 5-1 W 4-1 W 4-1 T ot 0-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 L ot 1-2 W 2-1

Drury (2-0) 9-14-2003 9-17-2004

W W

A H

3-0 1-0

East Carolina (10-0-2) 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

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

Eastern Illinois (2-1) 10-15-1995 H 10-20-1996 A 9-28-1997 H

W 3-0 W 1-0 L ot 0-1

Evansville (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

W 2-1 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 2o 1-2 T 2o 0-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 4-0

FIU (0-0-1) 9-1-2002

T ot 1-1

N

Florida Atlantic (1-0) 8-30-2002 A W

2-1

Florida State (0-1) 9-16-1995 N

L

1-3

Houston (7-6-1) 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 10-24-2010 H 11-5-2010 N 9-23-2011 A

L 0-2 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 T 2o 1-1 W 1-0 W 2-1

Illinois (0-1) 11-14-2008 N L Jacksonville State (0-1) 9-5-1999 H L Louisiana-Monroe (1-0) 9-1-2000 H W

0-1 0-2 3-0

Louisville (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 0-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 6-2 L 0-1 T 2o 1-1 L 0-2

Loyola-Chicago (1-0) 10-22-1995 A

W

LSU (3-3) 9-15-1995 10-5-1996 9-6-2007 8-21-2009 8-27-2010 8-19-2011

L L L W W W

A H N A #25 H H

Missouri State (4-4-2) 9-5-1997 H 9-6-1998 A 9-10-1999 H 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

W 3-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-4 T ot 2-2 W 2-1 L 2-3 W 4-0 T 2o 0-0 W 2-0

2-0

Nebraska (0-1) 10-11-2002 A #23

L

0-3

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

Northeastern (1-0) 9-6-2002 H

W

3-0

Oklahoma (1-1) 9-11-1998 A 9-12-2008 H

L W

0-4 3-0

Oklahoma State (0-1) 9-3-2010 A #18

L

1-2

Oregon State (0-1) 11-12-2010 N #15

L

0-5

Rhodes (4-1) 9-26-1995 10-30-1996 10-29-1997 9-1-1998 9-1-1999

H H H H H

L W W W W

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

H A H A H A

W 4-3 T 2o 1-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 1-0

Marquette (0-10) 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

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

Marshall (7-0) 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

W W W W W W W

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

Rice (4-1-1) 10-20-2006 10-14-2007 10-12-2008 10-11-2009 10-22-2010 9-25-2011

Miami Fla. (0-1) 9-7-2008 H

L

0-3

Sacramento State (0-1) 8-25-2000 A L

Middle Tennessee (2-1) 9-2-2000 H W 9-5-2004 H L 9-18-2005 A W Mississippi (6-8-1) 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

4-0 1-2 5-1

L 0-1 L ot 3-4 L 0-6 T ot 1-1 L 2-3 W 1-0 L 0-7 W 1-0 L 2-3 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 3-0

Mississippi State (7-5-2) 10-6-1995 H L 0-1 9-2-1996 A L 0-4 9-17-1997 H T ot 1-1 10-13-1998 A T ot 1-1 9-22-1999 H W 4-0 10-10-2000 A W 1-0 11-4-2001 A L 3-4 9-15-2002 H W ot 3-2 8-29-2003 H L 1-3 9-14-2004 A L 0-2 9-16-2005 H W 2-1 9-10-2006 A W 2-0 9-23-2007 H W 5-0 9-19-2008 A W 2-1 Missouri (0-1) 8-31-2001 A

University of Memphis

L

2012

2-3

2-6

Southeast Missouri (1-1-1) 9-9-2003 H T 2o 1-1 9-25-2005 A L 2o 0-1 9-14-2006 H W 2-0 Southern Miss (10-4) 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

L L L L 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

Stephen F. Austin (1-0) 9-13-1996 H W

10-1

TCU (2-3) 10-21-2001 10-25-2002 11-3-2003 10-1-2004 9-17-2010

A H A A H

Tennessee (1-2) 10-13-1996 H 8-29-1997 A 9-11-2009 A

W 1-0 W 4-0 L 1-2 L 2o 0-1 L 0-3 W L L

2-1 0-3 1-2

Tennessee Martin (8-1) 9-16-1998 H W 9-0 9-9-2001 H W 3-0 10-4-2002 A L 2o 2-3 10-8-2003 H W 3-1 9-8-2004 A W 2-1 9-7-2005 H W 3-0 8-27-2006 A W 7-0 9-18-2007 H W 4-1 11-12-2011 H W 7-0

Saint Louis (3-7) 10-18-1996 A 10-19-1997 H 10-16-1998 A 10-17-1999 H 10-20-2000 A 9-21-2001 A 9-20-2002 H 10-24-2004 A 9-18-2009 H 8-20-2010 A

L 1-2 W ot 3-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 0-4 L 0-3 L 0-2 W 2-1

Tennessee Tech (3-1) 10-10-2001 A 9-10-2004 H 8-28-2005 H 8-25-2006 A

L W W W

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

Texas A&M (0-1) 11-13-2009 N #22

L

1-3

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

Toledo (1-0) 9-3-1999 H

W

2-1

L L L W W

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

San Francisco (1-0) 8-25-2000 A

W

2-1

SMU (5-1-1) 10-30-2005 A 10-21-2007 H 10-17-2008 A 10-16-2009 H 11-4-2009 A 10-17-2010 A 10-7-2011 H

L 1-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 6-2 W 3-0 T 2o 3-3

Tulane (5-4) 9-20-1996 9-12-1997 9-20-1998 9-17-1999 9-29-2000 10-14-2001 11-2-2002 10-17-2003 9-30-2005

H A A H A H A H 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

South Alabama (0-1) 10-14-1995 H

L

2-4

Tulsa (4-1-1) 10-1-1995 10-28-2005 10-19-2007 10-19-2008 10-18-2009 10-15-2010 10-9-2011 11-2-2011

A A H A H A H H

L 0-5 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 4-2 W 1-0 T 2o 1-1 W 4-0 W ot 2-1

South Carolina (0-1) 9-4-1995 A

L

0-5

Southeast Louisiana (1-0) 9-10-2000 H W

5-1

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Cincinnati (1-9) 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

DePaul (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

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H A H A A A H A A N H A N H A N H H A

L 3-4 W 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 0-4 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-4 W 1-0 W 4-2 T 2o 0-0 W ot 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 L ot 1-2 W 2-1 W 2-0

UCF (7-3-1) 10-21-2005 10-6-2006 10-28-2007 11-11-2007 9-28-2008 11-7-2008 9-27-2009 11-8-2009 10-1-2010 11-7-2010 10-23-2011

H A H N H #20 N #22 A #20 N H #18 A #23 A

L 0-1 W 2-1 L 2o 1-2 W 2-0 L ot 1-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 3-0 T 2o 1-1 W 1-0 W 3-0

UNC Greensboro (0-1) 11-16-2007 N L

0-1

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

H A A H H H A H 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

UTEP (4-5) 10-2-2005 11-2-2005 10-15-2006 11-9-2007 10-3-2008 10-2-2009 9-26-2010 10-14-2011 11-6-2011

H N A A A H A H H

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

W SOC

Vanderbilt (1-2) 10-25-2000 A 9-26-2001 H 9-15-2011 A

L L W

0-3 1-2 2-0

Western Kentucky (2-0) 9-6-2009 H W 9-4-2011 A W

3-0 2-0

M o nag h a n ’ s R e c o r d ATLANTIC COAST 0-1 Miami......................................... 0-1 ATLANTIC 10 3-8 Charlotte..................................... 2-3 Saint Louis.................................. 1-5 BIG EAST 6-14-1 Cincinnati.................................... 1-3 DePaul........................................ 3-1 Louisville..................................1-2-1 Marquette.................................. 0-4 South Florida.............................. 1-4 BIG SKY 0-1 Sacramento State....................... 0-1 BIG TEN 0-1 Illinois......................................... 0-1

vs

Opponents

SOUTHERN 2-4 Samford...................................... 2-3 UNC-Greensboro........................ 0-1 SUN BELT 10-1-1 Arkansas-Little Rock...................5-0 Florida Atlantic........................... 1-0 Florida International................0-0-1 Middle Tennessee....................... 2-1 UL-Monroe................................. 1-0 Westerm Kentucky..................... 2-0 SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC 2-0 Alabama A&M............................ 2-0 WEST COAST 1-0 San Francisco.............................. 1-0

BIG 12 3-7 Colorado..................................... 0-1 Nebraska..................................... 0-1 Oklahoma................................... 1-0 Oklahoma State.......................... 0-1 TCU............................................. 2-3 Texas A&M.................................. 0-1 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 1-0 Northeastern.............................. 1-0 CONFERENCE USA 75-29-8 Colorado College........................ 4-2 East Carolina..........................10-0-2 Houston...................................7-4-1 Marshall...................................... 7-0 Rice..........................................4-1-1 Saint Louis.................................. 0-4 SMU.........................................5-1-1 Southern Miss.......................... 10-2 Tulane......................................... 4-1 Tulsa........................................5-0-1 UAB..........................................8-6-1 UCF..........................................7-3-1 UTEP........................................... 4-5 GREAT LAKES VALLEY 2-0 Drury.......................................... 2-0 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE 1-2 Christian Brothers....................... 1-2 MISSOURI VALLEY 7-5-4 Evansville.................................3-2-1 Missouri State (form. SMS)......3-2-2 SEMO.......................................1-1-1 OHIO VALLEY 10-2 Tennessee Tech........................... 3-1 UT Martin................................... 7-1

*Rankings listed are at time of game

PAC 12 0-1 Oregon State.............................. 0-1 SOUTHEASTERN (SEC) 19-15-1 Alabama..................................4-1-1 Arkansas..................................... 1-1 LSU............................................. 3-1 Mississippi.................................. 6-4 Mississippi State......................... 4-4 Missouri...................................... 0-1 Tennessee................................... 0-1 Vanderbilt................................... 1-2 SOUTHLAND 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana..............1-0

University of Memphis

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

10-9-2 9-9-0 13-7-2 9-12-1 8-11-2 5-14-0

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2000 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

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 #&Cincinnati Marquette Charlotte Tulane UAB East Carolina

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

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

20-4-0 16-6-0 9-7-4 9-8-0 11-9-0 10-8-1

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

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

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 6-10-1 2-13-5 5-12-1

2003 #UAB TCU Marquette USF Saint Louis &DePaul Tulane Charlotte East Carolina Southern Miss Cincinnati Louisville Memphis Houston

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

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

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

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

2007 #&Memphis #UCF UTEP Rice Colorado College UAB East Carolina SMU Southern Miss Marshall Tulsa Houston

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

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

2006 #SMU UCF Memphis UTEP Colorado College East Carolina &UAB Tulsa Rice Houston Marshall Sourthern Miss

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

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

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

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

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

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

17-5-1 12-6-2 16-7-0 13-6-1 11-7-3 7-11-1 12-7-0 9-7-3 6-10-3 7-10-2 4-12-2 4-13-0

2010 #UCF &Memphis Houston SMU Rice Marshall UAB Colorado College East Carolina UTEP Tulsa Southern Miss

2005 #SMU UCF &UTEP Rice Memphis UAB Tulsa East Carolina Houston Southern Miss Tulane Marshall

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

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

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

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

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

# Denotes Regular Season Champion & Denotes Tournament Champion

University of Memphis

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

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

2002

1996 #Marquette &Cincinnati Saint Louis Louisville Charlotte UAB Memphis USF Tulane DePaul

Houston Saint Louis Southern Miss TCU Memphis Louisville USF DePaul

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1999

Meyers Field Cincinnati, Ohio

Cox Soccer Complex Farmers Branch, Texas

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)

1996 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 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 Championship #1 Cincinnati 1, #2 Marquette 0

1998 W SOC

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 wins on PK, 5-4)

Quarterfinals #2 Charlotte 2, #7 Cincinnati 1 #3 Houston 3, #6 USF 2 #8 Southern Miss 2, #1 Saint Louis 1 #4 Marquette 2, #5 UAB 1 Semifinals #2 Charlotte 2, #3 Houston 2 (4ot) (Charlotte advances on PK, 4-3) #4 Marquette 6, #8 Southern Miss 0 Championship #4 Marquette 2, #2 Charlotte 1 (ot)

2000 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 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 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 Semifinals #2 Cincinnati 2, #3 East Carolina 1 #5 Marquette 2, #1 Charlotte 1 Championship #2 Cincinnati 2, #5 Marquette 1

2003 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)

University of Memphis

Semifinals #6 DePaul 2, #7 Tulane 0 #5 Saint Louis 3, #1 UAB 0

2008

Championship #6 DePaul 1, #5 Saint Louis 1 (2ot) (DePaul wins on PK, 4-3)

2004 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

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

Semifinals #2 UAB 2, #3 Marquette 0 #1 Saint Louis 1, #5 Louisville 0

Westcott Field Dallas, Texas

Championship #2 UAB 2, #1 Saint Louis 1

Quarterfinals #5 UAB 1, #4 UTEP 1 (UAB advances on PK, 3-0) #3 Memphis 6, #6 SMU 2

2005 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 #1 UCF 1, #5 UAB 0 #3 Memphis 1, #2 Colorado College 0 Championship #3 Memphis 3, #1 UCF 0

2010 UCF Track & Soccer Complex Orlando, Fla.

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

Quarterfinals #3 Houston 3, #6 Marshall 0 #4 SMU 0, #5 Rice 0 (SMU advances on PK, 4-2)

Championship #3 Rice 3, #4 UTEP 0

2006 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 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 Championship #2 Memphis 1, #1 UCF 0

2011 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

2007 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

Championship #1 Memphis 2, #7 UTEP 1 (2ot)

Semifinals #1 UCF 1, #5 Rice 0 #2 Memphis 1, # 3 UTEP 0 Championship #2 Memphis 2, #1 UCF 0

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts - A Alexopulos, Joanna D Allen, Caroline GK Amrozowicz, Rebecca M Ansari, Rasheeda F Atkins, Kaitlyn F-M Atkinson, Alexandra D

2005 2005 1999-02 2010-11 20112005-06

- B Baker, Allison Bakker, Kelsey Baldwin, Brittany Barksdale, Ashley Barrett, Caroline Barse, Laura Bates-Eamer, Nicole Bell, Lindsay Bellamy, Elizabeth Berra, Ashley Booth, Katy Borkenstein, Olivia Bourigalt, Stephanie Boyle, Jordan Breton, Marcie Briones, Isabel Bronars, Jennifer Brooks, Chelsea Brown, Becca Brown, Vicki Brannon, Catherine Buttermore, Jessica Butzlaff, Anna Bykerk, Carly

M D M D D M D D M F M-F D D GK D GK F GK GK D D F M-F D

1999-02 2007-09 2006-09 2010-11 2004-07 2001 1997-00 2009 1995 2007-10 2005-06 2011 1995 2008-11 1998-99 2004-07 2000-01 2006 20111995 1995-96 1995-97 2009-11 2008

- C Cassady, Carly Caswell, Christy Cheek, Madison Chinellato, Heather Ciezki, Amy Clunie, Amy Cotton, Nancy Craig, Alex Currin, Frances

M-D M F F-GK M-D GK M D-M GK

20111995-98 2003-04 1996-98 2001-02 2003 1999 20111995-97,99

- D Daane, Sarah Dalton, Tori Danaher, Molly Davis, Emmaleigh Davis, Kylie Dawells, Susannah Dellheim, Avery Dodd, Erin Donahue, Katie

M-D F D F F-M M D M D

20112006-10 1999-00 2010 20112001-04 2010 1997 2011-

F-M

2005

- F Fannin, Lia Feddema, Jamie Ferris, Erin Fisher, Jodi Fulbright, Amy

D M M F M

2006-07 1997 2002-03 1995-98 1996

- G Gardner, Elizabeth Gardner, McCall Gjertsen, Jessica

M GK F

2002 20112000

D F M M M

1997-98 2000-01 201120102004

- H Haerens, Natalie Hallman, Averi Halvorson, Candace Hance, Brittany Hancock, Aly Harrison, Lindley Hayes, Kylie Heinz, Shelley Higashiyama, Maiko Hildebrandt, Lizzy Hill, LaVonne Horton, Jackie

GK F M-F M F M F D M M M M

2004 20092004-05 2007-10 2007-08 1997-98 2005-08 1995-97 2006-07 2008-11 1995-98 1999

- I Ignacio, Julia Irish, Kelsey Isenhower, Taylor

M-F M F

2008-10 2004 2009-

- J James, Chloe Jones, Chelsea Joseph, Lindsey

D-M D M

2005-06 2009 2005-06

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

M-D D D D D F F-M GK

2003-05 1995-96 1995 2007-10 20092003 2005 2008-11

- L Laufenberg, Laura Leone, Maggie

M D

2006-10 2005-08

- M Marr, Kirsty Marsh, Tiffany Marshall, Kaisa McGee, Leanne

F D F D

Year Coach 1995 Les Szabo 1996 Les Szabo 1997 Les Szabo 1998 Les Szabo 1999 Les Szabo Szabo Totals (5 yrs)

2002-03 1998 20112002-04

MacGregor, Sarah McLeod, Nicky Meduri, Michelle Meehan, Michele Melton, Courtnee Mikami, Shoko Moghim, Leila Moller, Annika Mulrooney, Melissa Murphy, Kate Murphy, Kara

M 2005 M 2002-03,2005-06 M 1998-01 M-F 1997-00 D 2002-05 F 2004-06 F 1998 D 2001-04 GK-D 1996 D 2005-08 D 1995-97

- N Newbern, Geneil Nielsen, Anja

F M

2006 2000-01

M-F F M M-D

20102007-10 1995 2011-

- P Pembroke, Bailey Pfeffer, Lauren Pierce, Michelle Powell, Monica Radcliffe,Stacey Raine, Jocelyn Rawe, Kari Robson, Kelsey Rozanska, Roma Ruiz, Veronica

D M F F D D GK D D M-D

20092006 1995 2001-04 2007 2002-04 2000-03 2008-10 2006 2000-03

- S Sabet, Katie Savage, Melissa Scanniello, Carla Schwab, Emiko Sedgewick, Elaine Shelton, Mary Shute, Laurel Simon, Jennifer Simonin, Lizzy Smart, Robyn Smith, Melissa Smith, Meridith Someya, Harumi Sorensen, Michelle Sparrow, Rebecca Spiniolas, Candace

2000 Brooks Monaghan 9-11-0 2001 Brooks Monaghan 5-13-1 2002 Brooks Monaghan 9-10-1 2003 Brooks Monaghan 5-10-3 2004 Brooks Monaghan 11-8-0 2005 Brooks Monaghan 12-7-0 2006 Brooks Monaghan 11-6-3 2007 Brooks Monaghan 17-4-1 2008 Brooks Monaghan 15-5-2 2009 Brooks Monaghan 16-7-0 2010 Brooks Monaghan 15-4-3 2011 Brooks Monaghan 22-1-1 Monaghan Totals (12 yrs) 147-86-15 All-Time Totals 181-146-19

University of Memphis

F 2007-09 M 2003-06 F 2004 M 2005-08 D 2004, 2006-07 D 2001-04 D 2007-08 GK 1998 F 2008-11 F-D 2002-05 F 2007-11 F 1996-99 F 2006-07 F 2001 F 2000-01 F-D 1998-00

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

Conference Finish 1-4-0 6/6 3-6-0 7/10 4-5-0 7/10 2-8-1 11/12 1-10-0 11/12 11-33-1

.450 .289 .457 .361 .579 .632 .625 .795 .727 .696 .750 .938 .623 .551

3-8-0 9/12 3-7-0 T9/14 5-5-0 T8/14 2-7-1 13/14 5-5-0 7/14 6-3-0 5/12 6-2-2 3/12 7-1-1 T1/12 8-2-1 T1/12 8-3-0 3/12 7-1-3 2/12 10-0-1 1/12 80-44-9 91-67-10

2012

1995 20102007-10 2003 2004-07

- T Telford, Tara Thessen, Amy Thiele, Jen Thompson, Tiffany Thorsdottir, Anna Trautman, Jessi Turner, Krista

Unland, Nikki

M D D D F D F

GK

2008-11 2002 1998-01 2000-01 2002 2000 2007-10

2008-11

- V Vilhodt, Carina Vossen, Jennifer Vossen, Stephanie

M M D

2001 1995-98 1998-99

- W Waddell, Robin Walker, Leslie Watson, Sam Wellford, Eliza Wells, Susannah Whitehead, Jocelyn Wicksell, Katrina Williams, Suzanne Willoughby, Angela Wilson, Heather Wilson, Kristan Winslett, Tori

D F D D M M GK D D M M M-F

1995-97 2006 2011 2006 2001 2006 2000-02 1998-01 2001 2003-04 2002 1997-00

- Y Young, Aika

M-F

2005

- Z Zeidler, Nicole D-F Zimmer, Lisa F Zmurchuk, Lesley D

20111995 1996-97

Bold indicates active players

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

GK-D M M M-D D

- U -

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

Stamper, Sherri Strnadova, Alena Strnadova, Vendula Strung, Brittany Sullivan, Halley Jo

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

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 77-33-7 101-57-10

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 58-46-6 66-78-7

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 12-7-2 14-11-2

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Gnaster, Lisa Goff, Jennifer Gomez-Junco, Natalia Gravlin, Kelley Greenwell, Vicki

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- 1 Frances Currin Katarina Wicksell Amy Clunie Natalie Haerens Caroline Allen Elise Kuhar-Pitters Becca Brown

1995-97, 99 2000-02 2003 2004 2005 2008-11 2012

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

1995 1997-98 2000-01 2002-04 2005-08 2010-12

1995-98 1999-02 2003-05 2006 2007 2009-12

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

1995 1996-97 1998-00 2001-02 2004-05 2006-10 2010-11 2012

- 5 -

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Kim Kelsall 1995 Amy Fulbright 1996 Michele Meehan 1997-00 Elaine Sedgewick 2004, 2006-07 Vendula Strnadova 2008-10 Sarah Daane 2011-12

- 6 Tiffany Marsh Jessica Gjertsen Leanne McGee Laura Pfeffer Carly Bykerk Taylor Isenhower

1998 2000 2002-04 2006 2008 2009-12

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

Shannon Kelley Erin Dodd Leila Moghim Candice Spiniolas Jessi Trautman Carina Vilhodt Brittany Strung Kylie Hayes Chelsea Jones Avery Dellheim Kaisa Marshall

1995-96 1997 1998 1999-00 2000 2001 2003 2005-08 2009 2010 2012

- 9 Stephanie Bourigalt 1995 Lindley Harrison 1997 Jennifer Bronars 2000-01 Nicky McLeod 2002-03, 2005-06 Julia Ignacio 2009-10 Natalia Gomez-Junco 2011-12

- 10 Jodi Fisher Roni Ruiz Caroline Barrett Brittany Baldwin Christabel Oduro

1995-98 2000-03 2004-07 2008-09 2010-12

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

1995-98 1999-02 2003-06 2007 2008-09 2010 2011-12

1995-97 1998-01 2002 2004-07 2008-11 2012

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

1995-97 1998-99 2000-01 2004 2005-06 2007 2008-10 2011-12

- 16 Nicole Bates-Eamer Candice Spiniolas Susannah Wells Madison Cheek Maggie Leone Lizzy Hildebrandt Carly Cassady

1997 1998 2001 2003-04 2005-08 2009-11 2012

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

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

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

1995 1998-99 2001-04 2005 2006 2007-10 2011 2012

1995 1996-98 2001 2003 2005 2006-07 2008 2010-12

- 20 Jamie Feddema Jennifer Goff Annika Moller Emiko Schwab Lindsay Bell Brooke Oxentine

1995-97 1999-00 2001 2002-05 2006 2007-10 2011-12

Jennifer Thiele Erin Ferris Halley Jo Sullivan Lizzy Simonin Christi Padgett

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

- 33 1995 1996-99 2002 2003-04 2005-06 2007-08 2009-12

1997 2000 2001-04 2005-08 2009 2011-12

1998 2002-03 2004-07 2008-11 2012

Catherine Brannon Monica Powell Lauren Everhart Tarah Kerr Kaisa Marshall Samantha Keane

1997-00 2001 2004 2005 2006 2009-12

1995-96 2001-04 2005 2007-10 2011 2012

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

1996-99 2002 2004 2005-06 2007 2008 2009-11 2012

- 26 Aika Young Eliza Wellford Krista Turner Olivia Borkenstein Lucy Cunningham

2005 2006 2007-10 2011 2012

- 27 Leslie Walker Aly Hancock Ashley Barksdale Courtney Neville

2006 2007-08 2010-11 2012

- 28 Jocelyn Whitehead Katie Sabet Nikki Unland Gisenia Utreras

2006 2007 2008-11 2012

- 29 Roma Rozanska Melissa Smith Carly Cassady Christa Strickland

2006 2007-10 2011 2012

1995-98 1999-01 2001-04 2005-06 2007-09 2011-12

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1998 2006 2007-10 2011

- 88 Diamond Simpson

- 23 Tori Winslett Laura Barse Kelsey Irish Sarah MacGregor Lia Fannin Averi Hallman

Jennifer Simon Chelsea Brooks Ashley Berra McCall Gardner

- 24 1995-97 1998 2000-01 2002-03 2004-06 2007 2007-11 2012

- 21 -

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

- 22 1995 1998-01 2002-05 2006 2007-10 2011-12

- 19 -

- 12 Robin Waddell Suzanne Williams Kristan Wilson Isabel Briones Tara Telford Madison Oyer

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

- 18 -

- 11 -

- 3 Jennifer Vossen Becca Amrozowicz Beth Keating Geneil Newbern Lia Fannin Christie Kline

- 15 -

- 8 1995 1996 1996-98 2000-03 2008-11

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Career Points 1. Kylie Hayes 2. Jodi Fisher 3. Ashley Berra 4. Shoko Mikami 5. Christy Caswell

Total 102 94 82 77 68

Year 2005-08 1995-98 2007-10 2004-06 1995-98

Goals 1. Kylie Hayes 2. Jodi Fisher 3. Ashley Berra 4. Shoko Mikami 5. Vendula Strnadova

Total 43 33 32 28 23

Year 2005-08 1995-98 2007-10 2004-06 2007-10

Assists 1. Christy Caswell 2. Jodi Fisher 3. Shoko Mikami 4. Vendula Strnadova 5. Jennifer Vossen Kylie Hayes

Total 32 26 21 17 16 16

Year 1995-98 1995-98 2004-06 2007-10 1995-98 2005-08

Shots 1. Vendula Strnadova 2. Kylie Hayes 3. Ashley Berra 4. Jodi Fisher 5. Alison Baker

Total 247 196 192 178 166

Year 2007-10 2005-08 2007-10 1995-98 1999-2003

Multiple Goal 1. Kylie Hayes 2. Shoko Mikami Jessica Gjertsen Candice Spiniolas Meredith Smith Matches Played 1. Vendula Strnadova 2. Ashley Berra 3. Kylie Hayes 4. Kate Murphy 5. Christy Caswell Goalkeeping 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Isabel Briones 3. Katarina Wicksell 4. Frances Currin 5. Heather Chinellato Saves 1. Frances Currin 2. Katarina Wicksell 3. Isabel Briones 4. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 5. Heather Chinellato

Matches 7 6 6 6 6 Total 88 86 83 81 80

Year 2005-2008 2004-06 2000 1998-2000 1996-99 Year 2007-10 2007-10 2005-08 2005-08 1995-98

Victories Year 57 2007-11 39 2004-07 21 2000-02 16 1995-97, 99 15 1996-98

Goals 1. Jessica Gjertsen 2. Christabel Oduro 3. Ashley Berra Shoko Mikami 5. Kylie Hayes

Total 18 16 15 15 14

Year 2000 2011 2009 2005 2005

Assists 1. Shoko Mikami Christy Caswell 3. Jodi Fisher 4. Melissa Smith 5. Five Players

Total 12 12 11 9 8

Year 2005 1996 1996 2011

Shots 1. Shelley Heinz 2. Vendula Strnadova 3. Shoko Mikami Christabel Oduro 4. Jessica Gjertsen Vendula Strnadova Natalia Gomez-Junco

Total 73 68 67 67 66 66 66

Year 1995 2009 2006 2011 2000 2010 2011

Multiple Goal 1. Jessica Gjertsen 2. Meredith Smith 3. Shoko Mikami Kylie Hayes Candice Spiniolas Jennifer Vossen Shelley Heinz

Matches 6 4 3 3 3 3 3

Year 2000 1996 2005 2005 2000 1996 1995

Goalkeeping 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Isabel Briones 3. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 4. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 5. Isabel Briones Isabel Briones

Victories 22 16 15 12 11 11

Year 2011 2007 2009 2010 2006 2005

Saves 1. Katarina Wicksell 2. Frances Currin 3. Frances Currin 4. Katarina Wicksell 5. Isabel Briones

Total 99 96 86 84 83

Year 2002 1999 1996 2001 2005

GAA (Min 1000 minutes) 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.46 2. Isabel Briones 0.83 3. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.90 4. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.91 5. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.95

Year 2011 2007 2009 2008 2010 Year 2011 2009 2007 2006 2010

Year 1995-97, 99 2000-02 2004-07 2007-11 1996-98

Shutouts 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 3. Isabel Briones 4. Isabel Briones Elise Kuhar-Pitters

GAA (Min 2500 minutes) 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.79 2. Isabel Briones 1.03 3. Heather Chinellato 1.68 4. Katarina Wicksell 1.82 5. Frances Currin 2.20

Year 2007-11 2004-07 1996-98 2000-02 1995-97, 99

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2172 2. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 1990 3. Isabel Briones 1942 4. Isabel Briones 1849 5. Katarina Wicksell 1766

Shutouts 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Isabel Briones 3. Katarina Wicksell 4. Heather Chinellato 5. Frances Currin

Year 2007-11 2004-07 2000-02 1996-98 1995-97, 99

Total 38 25 13.5 8 6.5

Goalkeeper Minutes Played Year 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 7043 2007-11 2. Isabel Briones 5799 2004-07 3. Frances Currin 4907 1995-97, 99 4. Katarina Wicksell 4809 2000-02 5. Heather Chinellato 2784 1996-98

Season - Individual Points 1. Shoko Mikami 2. Jessica Gjertsen 3. Christabel Oduro 4. Ashley Berra 5. Kylie Hayes

Total 42 40 39 38 33

Year 2005 2000 2011 2009 2005

Total 15 11 10 8 8

Season - Team Goals 1. 62 2. 56 3. 50 4. 48 5. 47 6. 45 7. 43

Year 2011 2007 2005 2006 1996 2009 2008

Assists 1. 53 2. 52 3. 47 4. 45 5. 41 6. 39 7. 36

Year 1996 2005 2011 2007 1997 2009 2010

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Year 2011 2009 2007 2006 2002

Year 2011 2007 2005 1996 2006 2009 2008

Shots 1. 445 2. 429 3. 386 4. 381 5. 364 6. 358 7. 339

Year 2011 2007 2008 2010 2009 2006 1997

Saves 1. 141 2. 130 3. 129 4. 113 5. 110

Year 1996 1995 2008 1997 2002

Shutouts 1. 15 2. 12 3. 11 4. 10 5. 9

Year 2011 2009 2010 2007 2008

GAA 1. 0.53 2. 0.84 0.84 4. 0.87 5. 0.93

Year 2011 2007 2010 2009 2008

Miscellaneous Most Matches

24 2011

Most Wins

22 2011

Fewest Losses

1 2011

Best Winning Percentage

.937 2011

Longest Winning Streak

12 2011

Longest Home Winning Streak:

11 2006-2007

Longest Road Winning Streak: 12 2010-present (entering 2012 season) Largest Margin of Victory: 9 vs. Stephen F. Austin 9/13/96 vs. UT Martin 9/16/98 vs. Rhodes 9/1/99

Game - Individual

Top Five Home Crowds 1. 1,637 vs. Louisville (11/18/11) 1,637 vs. UTEP (11/5/11) 2. 1,473 vs. SMU (10/7/11) 3. 1,272 vs. Ole Miss (9/9/11) 4. 1,223 vs. LSU (8/27/10) 5. 1,203 vs. Rhodes 10/30/96 6. 1,117 vs. East Carolina (11/4/11) 7. 1,018 vs. UT Martin (11/12/11)

Program Milestones

Points Shelley Heinz Christabel Oduro

Total 9 vs. CBU 9 vs. UT Martin

Date 10/27/95 11/12/11

Goals Shelley Heinz Lesley Zmurchuk Christabel Oduro

Total 4 vs. CBU 4 vs. SFA 4 vs. UT Martin

Date 10/27/95 9/13/96 11/12/11

All-Time Victories 1 9/13/1995 50 9/6/2002 100 9/18/2007 150 9/12/2010 175 10/21/2011

UALR, 7-1 Northeastern, 3-0 UT Martin, 4-1 Ole Miss, 2-1 at Southern Miss, 3-0

Assists Catherine Brannon Jodi Fisher

Total 4 vs. Rhodes 4 vs. Rhodes

Date 10/30/96 10/30/96

Les Szabo Victories 1 9/13/1995

UALR, 7-1

Shots Shelley Heinz Melissa Smith

Total 10 vs. CBU 10 vs. Evansville

Date 10/27/95 9/20/09

Saves Frances Currin

Total 15 vs. Marquette

Date 9/23/99

Brooks Monaghan Victories 1 8/25/2000 San Francisco, 2-1 50 10/23/2005 Southern Miss, 5-1 100 9/25/2009 Southern Miss, 2-0 125 11/7/2010 #24 UCF, 1-0

Game - Team Goals 10 vs. Stephen F. Austin 10 vs. CBU

Date 9/13/96 10/27/95

Assists 12 vs. UT Martin 12 vs. Rhodes 12 vs. Stephen F. Austin

Date 9/16/98 10/30/96 9/13/96

Points 32 vs. Stephen F. Austin 30 vs. UT Martin 30 vs. CBU

Date 9/13/96 9/16/98 10/27/95

Shots 50 vs. Evansville Saves 17 vs. UAB

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Total 326 259 252 228 168

Points 1. 171 2. 157 3. 152 4. 147 5. 130 6. 129 7. 120

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Record Book Senior Points 1. Shoko Mikami 2. Jodi Fisher 3. Melissa Smith 4. Harumi Someya 5. Ashley Berra Lizzy Simonin

Total 32 21 19 18 17 17

Year 2006 1998 2011 2007 2010 2011

Goals 1. Shoko Mikami 2. Jodi Fisher 3. Harumi Someya 4. Lizzy Simonin Ashley Berra Kylie Hayes Alison Baker

Total 12 8 7 6 6 6 6

Year 2006 1998 2007 2011 2010 2008 2002

Assists 1. Melissa Smith 2. Shoko Mikami 3. Vendula Strnadova 4. Seven Players

Total 9 8 7 5

Year 2011 2006 2010

Shots 1. Shoko Mikami 2. Vendula Strnadova 3. Alison Baker 4. Harumi Someya 5. Jodi Fisher 6. Becca Amrozowicz

Total 67 66 64 43 42 41

Year 2006 2010 2002 2007 1998 2002

Game-Winning Goals 1. Melissa Smith Alison Baker Ashley Berra Kylie Hayes Shoko Mikami Harumi Someya Vendula Strnadova Lesley Zmurchuk

Total 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Year 2011 2002 2010 2008 2006 2007 2010 1997

Goals-Against Average 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.46 2. Isabel Briones 0.83 3. Kari Rawe 1.83

Year 2011 2007 2003

Goalkeeper Minutes 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Isabel Briones 3. Kari Rawe

Total 2172 1942 1181

Year 2011 2007 2003

Goalkeeper Saves 1. Isabel Briones 2. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 3. Kari Rawe

Total 68 66 40

Year 2007 2011 2003

Shutouts 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Isabel Briones 3. Natalie Haerens

Total 15 10 1

Year 2011 2007 2003

Points 1. Shoko Mikami 2. Ashley Berra 3. Yuiko Konno 4. Kylie Hayes 5. Christy Caswell

Total 42 38 27 25 24

Year 2005 2009 2003 2007 1997

Goals 1. Shoko Mikami Ashley Berra 3. Yuiko Konno 4. Kylie Hayes 5. Jodi Fisher

Total 15 15 12 11 9

Year 2005 2009 2003 2007 1997

Assists 1. Shoko Mikami 2. Ashley Berra Christy Caswell 4. Laura Laufenberg 5. Nicky McCleod Meredith Smith

Total 12 8 8 7 6 6

Year 2005 2009 1997 2008 2005 1998

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Shots 1. Vendula Strnadova 2. Shoko Mikami 3. Ashley Berra 4. Kylie Hayes 5. Alison Baker

Total 68 65 63 57 53

Year 2009 2005 2009 2007 2001

Game-Winning Goals 1. Shoko Mikami Ashley Berra 3. Kylie Hayes Jodi Fisher Yuiko Konno Amanda Olszewski

Total 4 4 3 3 3 3

Year 2005 2009 2007 1997 2003 2009

Goals-Against Average 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.95 2. Isabel Briones 1.02 3. Katarina Wicksell 1.38 4. Heather Chinellato 1.80 5. Frances Currin 1.83

Year 2010 2006 2002 1998 1997

Goalkeeper Minutes 1. Isabel Birones 2. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 3. Katarina Wicksell 4. Heather Chinellato 5. Frances Currin

Total 1849 1617 1610 1350 1277

Year 2006 2010 2002 1998 1997

Goalkeeper Saves 1. Katarina Wicksell 2. Heather Chinellato 3. Isabel Briones 4. Frances Currin

Total 99 79 78 76

Year 2002 1998 2006 1997

Shutouts 1. Isabel Briones Elise Kuhar-Pitters 3. Katarina Wicksell 4. Frances Currin 5. Heather Chinellato

Total 8 8 5 4 3

Year 2006 2010 2002 1997 1998

Sophomore Points 1. Christabel Oduro 2. Kylie Hayes 3. Shelly Heinz 4. Jennifer Vossen 5. Jodi Fisher

Total 39 30 29 28 27

Year 2011 2006 1995 1996 1996

Goals 1. Christabel Oduro 2. Kylie Hayes Shelly Heinz 4. Jennifer Vossen 5. Vendula Strnadova Jodi Fisher

Total 16 12 12 10 8 8

Year 2011 2006 1995 1996 2008 1996

Assists 1. Christy Caswell 2. Jodi Fisher 3. Jennifer Vossen 4. Asuka Kubota Christabel Oduro

Total 12 11 8 7 7

Year 1996 1996 1996 2005 2011

Shots 1. Shelly Heinz 2. Christabel Oduro 3. Vendula Strnadova 4. Kristy Marr 5. Kylie Hayes

Total 73 67 57 50 49

Year 1995 2011 2008 2002 2006

Game-Winning Goals 1. Christabel Oduro 2. Kristy Marr Christy Caswell 4. Madison Cheek Maiko Higashiyama Taylor Isenhower Vendula Strnadova Rasheeda Ansari

Total 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 3

Year 2011 2002 1996 2004 2006 2010 2008 2011

Goals-Against Average 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.90 2. Isabel Briones 1.21 3. Heather Chinellato 1.40 4. Katarina Wicksell 1.65

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Class

Goalkeeper Minutes 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Katarina Wicksell 3. Isabel Birones 4. Frances Currin

Total 1990 1746 1642 1287

Year 2009 2001 2005 1996

Goalkeeper Saves 1. Frances Currin 2. Katarina Wicksell 3. Isabel Briones 4. Elise Kuhar-Pitters

Total 86 84 83 61

Year 1996 2001 2005 2009

Shutouts 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 2. Isabel Briones 3. Katarina Wicksell 4. Heather Chinellato

Total 11 6 4.5 3

Year 2009 2005 2001 1997

Freshman Points 1. Kylie Hayes 2. Meredith Smith 3. Jodi Fisher 4. Lizzy Simonin 5. Natalia Gomez-Junco

Total 33 24 23 22 17

Year 2005 1996 1995 2008 2011

Goals 1. Kylie Hayes 2. Meredith Smith 3. Lizzy Simonin 4. Jodi Fisher Natalia Gomez-Junco

Total 14 11 9 8 8

Year 2005 1996 2008 1995 2011

Assists 1. Christy Caswell Jodi Fisher Averi Hallman 4. Krista Turner Vicki Greenwell

Total 7 7 7 6 6

Year 1995 1995 2009 2007 2004

Shots 1. Natalia Gomez-Junco 2. Lizzy Simonin 3. Kylie Hayes 4. Vendula Strnadova 5. Kaitlyn Atkins

Total 66 65 59 56 50

Year 2011 2008 2005 2007 2011

Year 2009 2005 1997 2001

2012

Game-Winning Goals 1. Rasheeda Ansari Kylie Hayes Lizzy Simonin Melissa Smith Vendula Strnadova 6. Ashley Berra Taylor Isenhower Annika Moller Candice Spiniolas Natalia Gomez-Junco Kaitlyn Atkins

Total 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

Year 2010 2005 2008 2007 2007 2007 2009 2001 1998 2011 2011

Goals-Against Average 1. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 0.91 2. Natalie Haerens 1.18 3. Sherri Stamper 1.93 4. Katarina Wicksell 2.78

Year 2008 2004 1995 2000

Goalkeeper Minutes 1. Natalie Haerens Katarina Wicksell 3. Elise Kuhar-Pitters 4. Frances Currin

Total 1370 1370 1190 870

Year 2004 2000 2008 1995

Goalkeeper Saves 1. Katarina Wicksell 2. Natalie Haerens 3. Frances Currin Sherri Stamper

Total 76 71 65 65

Year 2000 2004 1995 1995

Shutouts 1. Natalie Haerens 2. Elise Kuhar-Pitters Katarina Wicksell 4. Jordan Boyle 5. Amy Clunie Sherri Stamper

Total 6 4 4 3 2 2

Year 2004 2008 2000 2008 2003 1995

The Last Time The Last Time A Tiger ... Scored Four Goals:......................................................Christabel Oduro vs. UT Martin (2011) Scored Three Goals:....................................................Christabel Oduro vs. UT Martin (2011) Scored Two Goals: ......................................................Christabel Oduro vs. UT Martin (2011) Recorded Four Assists:................................................. Catherine Brannon vs. Rhodes (1996) Recorded Three Assists:.........................................Caroline Barrett vs. Southern Miss (2007) Recorded Two Assists:................................................Melissa Smith at Southern Miss (2011) 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:..................................... Isabel Briones vs. UAB (2004), 12 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 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. UT Martin, 7-0 Scored Six Goals in a Half......................................................... vs. Rhodes (1999), 6 (1st half) Scored Four Goals in a Half:...........................................................vs. UT Martin, 4 (2nd half) Scored Three Goals in a Half:.........................................................vs. UT Martin, 4 (2nd half) Notched 10 or more Assists in a Game:............................................vs. UT Martin (1998), 12 Notched Eight or more Assists in a Game:...................................................at UALR (2010), 8 Notched Five or more Assists in a Game: ...........................................vs. UT Martin (2011), 6 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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National NSCAA All-America First Team Lizzy Simonin

2011

NSCAA All-America Second Team Ashley Berra Elise Kuhar-Pitters

2009 2011

NSCAA All-America Third Team Vendula Strnadova Christabel Oduro

2010 2011

C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Shoko Mikami Vendula Strnadova Ashley Berra Christabel Oduro

2005 2008 2009 2011

C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Kelsey Bakker 2009 Lizzy Simonin 2010 Lizzy Simonin 2011

Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Second Team Vendula Strnadova 2007

C-USA Midfielder of the Year Vendula Strnadova Vendula Strnadova

2008 2010

Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Lizzy Simonin

C-USA Freshman of the Year Jessica Gjertsen Maiko Higashiyama Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Simonin

2000 2006 2007 2008

2011

Regional NSCAA All-Central First Team Shoko Mikami Vendula Strnadova Kelsey Bakker Ashley Berra Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Simonin Vendula Strnadova Elise Kuhar-Pitters Christabel Oduro Lizzy Simonin

2005 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011

NSCAA All-Central Second Team Leanne McGee Emiko Schwab Vendula Strnadova Kelsey Bakker

2004 2007 2007 2008

NSCAA All-Central Third Team Yuiko Konno Shoko Mikami Lizzy Simonin Elise Kuhar-Pitters

2003 2006 2008 2009

NSCAA Central Region Coach of the year Brooks Monaghan 2011 Soccer Buzz All-Central Region First Team Shoko Mikami Shoko Mikami Vendula Strnadova Vendula Strnadova

2005 2006 2007 2008

2004 2007

Soccer Buzz All-Central Region Third Team Yuiko Konno Kelsey Bakker Emiko Schwab

2003 2008 2008

Soccer Buzz All-Central Region Freshman Team Natalie Haerens Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Simonin

2004 2007 2008

Soccer Buzz Central Region Freshman of the Year Vendula Strnadova

2007

2007 2011

All-Conference USA First Team Shelley Heinz - MF Shelley Heinz - MF Jessica Gjertsen - F Nicky McLeod - MF Yuiko Konno - F Leanne McGee - D Shoko Mikami - F Maiko Higashiyama - MF Shoko Mikami - F Vendula Strnadova - MF Vendula Strnadova - MF Ashley Berra - F Kelsey Bakker - D Vendula Strnadova - MF Lizzy Simonin - D Vendula Strnadova - MF Christabel Oduro - F Lizzy Simonin - D Elise Kuhar-Pitters

1995 1996 2000 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011

All-Conference USA Second Team Christy Caswell - MF Jennifer Vossen - MF Christy Caswell - MF Shelley Heinz - D Christy Caswell - D Katarina Wicksell - GK Asuka Kubota - MF Kate Murphy - D Kylie Hayes - F Emiko Schwab - MF Kelsey Bakker - D Emiko Schwab - MF Lizzy Simonin - F Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK Lizzy Hildebrandt - MF

1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 2002 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2011

All-Conference USA Third Team Jodi Fisher - F Alison Baker - MF Melissa Savage - MF Carla Scanniello - F Alena Strnadova - MF

1997 2002 2004 2004 2010

C-USA All-Freshman Team Christy Caswell - MF Jodi Fisher - F Meredith Smith - F Lisa Gnaster - D

1995 1995 1996 1997

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1999 2000 2002 2004 2004 2005 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

C-USA Tournament Offensive MVP Ashley Berra - F Laura Laufenberg - MF Taylor Isenhower - F Vendula Strnadova - MF Christabel Oduro - F

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

C-USA Tournament Defensive MVP Kelsey Bakker - D Kelsey Bakker - D Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK Lizzy Simonin - D

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

C-USA All-Tournament Team Kylie Hayes - F Emiko Schwab - MF Kelsey Bakker - D Caroline Barrett - D Ashley Berra - F Emiko Schwab - MF Kelsey Bakker - D Brittany Hance - D Laura Laufenberg - MF Vendula Strnadova - MF Tori Dalton - MF Lizzy Hildebrandt - MF Taylor Isenhower - F Elise Kuhar-Pitters - GK Lizzy Hildebrandt - D Lizzy Simonin - D Christie Kline - D Christabel Oduro - F Lizzy Simonin - D Melissa Smith - F

2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011

W e e k ly H o n o r s C-USA Offensive Player of the Week Jodi Fisher 9/18/95 Shelley Heinz 10/30/95 Lesley Zmurchuk 9/16/96 Christy Caswell 9/22/97 Jodi Fisher 10/26/98 Jessica Gjertsen 10/30/00 Yuiko Konno 10/20/03 Shoko Mikami 10/24/05 Shoko Mikami 8/28/06 Geneil Newbern 10/30/06 Melissa Smith 9/2/07 Krista Turner 10/21/07 Lizzy Simonin 10/27/08 Vendula Strnadova 8/24/09 Taylor Isenhower 10/26/09 Rasheeda Ansari 8/23/10 Taylor Isenhower 9/13/10 Christabel Oduro 9/26/11 Christabel Oduro 10/17/11 Christabel Oduro 10/24/11

2012

C-USA Defensive Player of the Week Frances Currin 9/22/97 Katarina Wicksell 10/21/02 Natalie Haerens 9/7/04 Natalie Haerens 9/13/04 Leanne McGee 11/1/04 Isabel Briones 9/12/05 Isabel Briones 10/24/05 Isabel Briones 8/28/06 Kelsey Bakker 10/13/08 Elise Kuhar-Pitters 9/28/09 Lizzy Simonin 9/1/10 Lizzy Simonin 10/11/10 Lizzy Simonin 8/22/11 Christie Kline 8/29/11 Elise Kuhar-Pitters 9/5/11 Elise Kuhar-Pitters 9/19/11 Lizzy Simonin 10/24/11 Lizzy Simonin 10/31/11 NSCAA National Player of the Week Shoko Mikami 8/28/06 Soccer America National Team of the Week Shoko Mikami Ashley Berra Laura Laufenberg Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Simonin Christabel Oduro Christabel Oduro Lizzy Simonin

8/28/06 10/13/07 11/11/08 8/25/09 8/22/11 9/27/11 10/20/11 10/26/11

Soccer Buzz National Team of the Week Shoko Mikami 8/30/06 Kelsey Bakker 10/13/07 Topdrawersoccer.com National Team of the Week Ashley Berra 10/26/09 Taylor Isenhower 9/13/10 Lizzy Simonin 10/11/10 Vendula Strnadova 11/8/10 Lizzy Simonin 10/3/11 Natalia Gomez-Junco 10/10/11 Christabel Oduro 11/7/11 CS 360 Primetime Performer of the Week Ashley Berra 11/10/09 Vendula Strnadova 11/10/09 Lizzy Simonin 9/1/10 Lizzy Simonin 11/9/10 Bailey Pembroke 10/24/11

Academic Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team Kate Murphy

2007

Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team Shoko Mikami 2006 Vendula Strnadova 2010 Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team Vendula Strnadova

2009

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV First Team Robyn Smart Robyn Smart Kate Murphy Vendula Strnadova Vendula Strnadova

2004 2005 2007 2009 2010

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Soccer Buzz All-Central Region Second Team Leanne McGee Emiko Schwab

C-USA Coach of the Year Brooks Monaghan Brooks Monaghan

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2012 Memphis Fall Spor ts Honors & Awards CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Second Team Annika Moller Melissa Savage Kylie Hayes Kylie Hayes Kate Murphy Vendula Strnadova Kelsey Bakker Lizzy Simonin Lizzy Hildebrandt

2004 2005 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2011 2011

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Third Team Shoko Mikami Lizzy Hildebrandt

2005 2010

NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-America First Team Lizzy Simonin 2010 Vendula Strnadova 2010 Lizzy Simonin 2011 NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-America Second Team Kelsey Bakker 2009 Vendula Strnadova 2009 NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-South District First Team Kelsey Bakker 2009 Vendula Strnadova 2009 Lizzy Simonin 2010 Vendula Strnadova 2010 Lizzy Simonin 2011

C-USA All-Academic First Team Shoko Mikami Kate Murphy Kate Murphy Vendula Strnadova Kelsey Bakker Brittany Hance Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Hildebrandt Vendula Strnadova Lizzy Hildebrandt Christie Kline Lizzy Simonin

2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011

C-USA All-Academic Second Team Kelsey Bakker Laura Laufenberg Lizzy Simonin

2008 2008 2010

C-USA Scholar Athlete of the Year Vendula Strnadova

2011

C-USA Spirit of Service Award Kate Murphy Lizzy Simonin

2008 2011

Institution M Club Hall of Fame Jodi Fisher Christy Caswell

2003 2007

NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-South District Second Team Shoko Mikami 2006 Laura Laufenberg 2008 Lizzy Hildebrandt 2010 NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-South District Third Team Courtnee Melton 2004 Kate Murphy 2007 Kate Murphy 2008 Christie Kline 2011 Lizzy Hildebrandt 2011

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