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Women’s Soccer 2011 4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans

2011 Schedule

Match 17 # 9 MEMPHIS (15-0-1) at

Southern Miss (3-11-3) Friday, Oct. 21 4 p.m. Southern Miss Soccer Complex Hattiesburg, Miss.

Match 18 # 9 MEMPHIS (15-0-1) at

RV - UCF (9-2-5) Sunday, Oct. 23 Noon UCF Soccer Complex Orlando, Fla.

August Sat. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun.

13 19 21 26 28

Time/Result

Auburn# LSU Arkansas-Little Rock @Alabama @Samford

0-0, T 3-1, W 3-1, W 1-0, W 2-0, W

September Sun. Fri. Sun. Thu. Fri. Sun. Fri.

4 9 11 15 23 25 30

@Western Kentucky Ole Miss Charlotte @Vanderbilt @Houston* @Rice* @Marshall*

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

October

PENALTY KICKS

Lowe’s Senior CLASS Finalist

2 Memphis clinched a spot in the Conference USA Tournament with a 3-0 victory over UTEP on Friday. On Sunday, the U of M improved to 7-0-1 in C-USA play with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Colorado College. With a win Friday, Memphis can clinch at least a share of the C-USA Regular Season Championship. 2 The U of M has scored 40 goals this season coming from 11 different players. The 40 goals in the first 16 matches are the most since the 2007 season when the squad had 41 goals. The 40 goals are the second-most all-time through 16 matches, behind the 2005 squad that scored 41 and the 2007 club. 2 Along with 10 clean sheets by Elise Kuhar-Pitters, the Lady Tiger defense has held opponents to eight or fewer shot on goal attempts in every match this season. 2 Memphis has allowed nine goals in 16 matches this season, the fewest in program history.

2 Senior defender Lizzy Simonin was named a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award on Oct. 5. Simonin is the first Lady Tiger to be named a finalist for the prestigious honor. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition. 2 Nationwide fan voting begins immediately to determine the winner. Fans are encouraged to vote on either the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award website or the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Facebook fan page through November 14. Fan votes will be combined with media and Division I head coaches’ votes to determine the winner. 2 Use the hashtag #VoteLizzyLSCA to create awareness and invite other followers to vote for Lizzy Simonin via twitter. Visit the facebook fan page for updates and links to vote for Lizzy Simonin.

Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Thu.

2 7 9 14 16 21 23 27

@East Carolina* SMU* Tulsa* UTEP* Colorado College* @Southern Miss* @UCF* @UAB*

2-0, W 3-3, T 4-0, W 3-0, W 2-1, W 4:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

November Wed. 2 Fri. 4 Sun. 6

C-USA Tournament% C-USA Tournament% C-USA Tournament%

TBA TBA TBA

Home games in Bold All times CT # - Preseason Match * - C-USA Match % - C-USA Tournament hosted by Memphis (Mike Rose Soccer Complex) Use your smartphone to scan this QR Code and keep up with the Lady Tigers all season long.

Memphis By Position Forward

No. Name 4 Rasheeda Ansari 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 27 Ashley Barksdale 25 Anna Butzlaff 7 Kylie Davis 9 Natalia Gomez-Junco 6 Taylor Isenhower 24 Kaisa Marshall 10 Christabel Oduro 17 Melissa Smith 14 Nicole Zeidler

G 5 2 0 0 2 6 3 0 8 3 0

A 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 4 0

Pt 10 8 0 0 6 12 7 0 19 10 0

Midfielder

No. Name 13 Kaitlyn Atkins 25 Anna Butzlaff 29 Carly Cassady 15 Alex Craig 5 Sarah Daane 7 Kylie Davis 9 Natalia Gomez-Junco 2 Kelley Gravlin 16 Lizzy Hildebrandt 10 Christabel Oduro 20 Brooke Oxentine 19 Alena Strnadova 12 Tara Telford

G 2 0 1 0 2 6 3 0 8 0

A 4 0 0 0 2 0 4 2 3 0

Pt 8 0 2 0 6 12 10 2 19 0

Defender

No. Name 29 Carly Cassady 15 Alex Craig 5 Sarah Daane 11 Katie Donahue 23 Averi Hallman 16 Lizzy Hildebrandt 3 Christie Kline 20 Brooke Oxentine 22 Bailey Pembroke 21 Lizzy Simonin 12 Tara Telford 18 Sam Watson 14 Nicole Zeidler

G 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0

A Pt 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 0 0 4 14 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goalkeeper

No. Name GP GA SV 00 Jordan Boyle 1 2 1 0 Becca Brown - 33 McCall Gardner - 1 Elise Kuhar-Pitters 16 7 46 28 Nikki Unland - -

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MEMPHIS

TIGER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2011L

NAME Rasheeda Ansari Kaitlyn Atkins Ashley Barksdale Jordan Boyle Becca Brown Anna Butzlaff Carly Cassady Alex Craig Sarah Daane Kylie Davis Katie Donahue McCall Gardner Natalia Gomez-Junco Kelley Gravlin Averi Hallman Lizzy Hildenbrandt Taylor Isenhower Christie Kline Elise Kuhar-Pitters Kaisa Marshall Christabel Oduro Brooke Oxentine Bailey Pembroke Lizzy Simonin Melissa Smith Alena “Aja” Strnadova Tara Telford Nikki Unland Sam Watson Nicole Zeidler

POS. F F/MF F GK GK MF/F MF/D D/MF MF/D F/MF D GK MF/F MF D MF/D F D GK F MF/F MF/D D D F MF D/MF GK D D/F

CLASS BREAKDOWN SENIORS (7)

2011 Roster

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. 4 13 27 00 0 25 29 15 5 7 11 33 9 2 23 16 6 3 1 24 10 20 22 21 17 19 12 28 18 14

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 33

NAME CL. Jordan Boyle Sr. Becca Brown Fr. Elise Kuhar-Pitters R-Sr. Kelley Gravlin R-Fr. Christie Kline Jr. Rasheeda Ansari So. Sarah Daane Fr. Taylor Isenhower Jr. Kylie Davis Fr. Natalia Gomez-Junco Fr. Christabel Oduro So. Katie Donahue Fr. Tara Telford Sr. Kaitlyn Atkins Fr. Nicole Zeidler Fr. Alex Craig Fr. Lizzy Hildebrandt Sr. Melissa Smith R-Sr. Sam Watson Fr. Alena “Aja” Strnadova So. Brooke Oxentine Fr. Lizzy Simonin Sr. Bailey Pembroke Jr. Averi Hallman Jr. Kaisa Marshall Fr. Anna Butzlaff R-Jr. Ashley Barksdale So. Nikki Unland Sr. Carly Cassady Fr. McCall Gardner Fr.

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

POS. GK GK GK MF D F MF/D F F/MF MF/F MF/F D D/MF F/MF D/F D/MF MF/D F D MF MF/D D D D F MF/F F GK MF/D GK

HT. 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-6 5-3 5-9 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-11 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-6

Brooks Monaghan Jonny Walker Jodi Grant

HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Archbishop O’Leary Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine HS Spokane, Wash./Gonzaga Prep St. Charles, Mo./Incarnate Word Academy Leawood, Kan./Blue Valley North HS Lithonia, Ga./Miller Grove HS Newman, Ga./Northgate HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS L’lle-Bizard, Quebec, Canada/John Rennie HS Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico/Prepa Tec Brampton, Onatrio, Canada/St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary Sachse, Texas/John Paul II HS St. Albert, Alberta, Canada/Bellerose Comp Overland Park, Kan./Olathe East HS Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/Archbishop Jordan Catholic HS Calgary, Alberta, Canada/Notre Dame HS Exeter, Ontario, Canada/South Huron District HS Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound HS Las Cruces, N.M./Las Cruces HS Euless, Texas/Trinity HS Lee’s Summit, Mo./Lee’s Summit HS Flower Mound, Texas/Edward S. Marcus HS Spokane, Wash./Mount Spokane HS Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood HS Brookfield, Wis./Butler North Little Rock, Ark./Mount St. Mary Academy Mt. Juliet, Tenn./Mt. Juliet HS Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Duluth, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS

University of Memphis, 1994/12th Season University of Louisville, 2007/Third Season University of Memphis, 1999/12th Season

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE/COUNTRY

Jordan Boyle, Lizzy Hildebrant, Elise KuharPitters, Melissa Smith, Lizzy Simonin, Tara Telford, Nikki Unland

INDIANA (1) Borkenstein

JUNIORS (5) KANSAS (4) Atkins, Cassady, Isenhower, Kline

Anna Butzlaff, Averi Hallman, Taylor Isenhower, Christie Kline, Bailey Pembroke

SOPHOMORE (4) Rasheeda Ansari, Ashley Barksdale, Christabel Oduro, Alena Strnadova

MISSOURI (2) Gravlin, Simonin

FRESHMEN (14)

NEW MEXICO (1) Strnadova

Kaitlyn Atkins, Becca Brown, Carly Cassady, Alex Craig, Sarah Daane, Kylie Davis, Katie Donahue, McCall Gardner, Natalia GomezJunco, Kelley Gravlin, Kaisa Marshall, Brooke Oxentine, Sam Watson, Nicole Zeidler

TENNESSEE (1) Unland

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Butzlaff.......................................Butz-LOFF Cassady................................... cass-a-DEE Daane ........................................... DAY-nee Kaisa...................................................Ki-za Gomez-Junco ................................Hoon-co Oxentine ..................................ox-en-TEEN Oduro.......................................... O-dor-OO Aja ........................................................ I-ah Strnadova ..................... STRIN-uh-doe-vuh Zeidler.............................................. ZID-ler 2

ARIZONA (1) Zeidler CANADA (7) Boyle, Craig, Davis, Hildebrandt, Oduro, Smith, Telford

MEXICO (1) Gomez-Junco

ARKANSAS (1) Barksdale GEORGIA (3) Ansari, Daane, Gardner

TEXAS (6) Brown, Donahue, Marshall, Oxentine, Pembroke, Watson WASHINGTON (2) Hallman, Kuhar-Pitters WISCONSIN (1) Butzlaff

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


MEMPHIS

TIGER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2011L

SCOUTING UCF 2 UCF carries a 9-2-5 mark into the final full weekend of regular season play. The Knights, receiving votes in the NSCAA Top-25, are 4-1-3 in C-USA. 2 2010 C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Tishia Jewell leads the Knights with 20 points on the season, six goals and eight assists. Nicolette Radovcic has six goals and three assists. Overall, 10 players have scored 26 goals for UCF. 2 Aline Reis has played every minute in goal for the Knights and carries a 0.70 goals-against average into the weekend. She has 63 saves, seven clean sheets and has allowed 12 goals in 16 matches. Reis has not allowed a goal since Oct. 7 against Colorado College.

C-USA Player of the Week

2 Memphis and So. Miss will clash for the 14th time on Friday. Memphis owns a 9-4 edge in the series and has won the last nine meetings. MEM Leads 9-4-0 9/18/98 at USM................................... USM, 6-3 9/19/99 at MEM .................................. USM, 3-1 10/1/00 at USM................................... USM, 3-2 10/12/01 at MEM ................................ USM, 2-1 10/18/02 at USM................................. MEM, 1-0 10/22/03 at MEM ................................ MEM, 3-2 10/23/05 at MEM ................................ MEM, 5-1 10/8/06 at USM................................... MEM, 4-1 10/26/07 at MEM ................................ MEM, 4-0 11/7/07 at El Paso (C-USA Tour.) ....... MEM, 6-0 9/26/08 at MEM .................................. MEM, 2-0 9/25/09 at USM................................... MEM, 2-0 10/3/10 at MEM .................................. MEM, 2-0

2 Sophomore forward Christabel Oduro was tabbed the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 17 after netting the game-winners in Memphis’ weekend victories over UTEP and Colorado College. Oduro became the first Lady Tiger to earn the weekly offensive accolade two times in the same season. It is the sixth weekly honor from C-USA for the U of M program this season.

LADY TIGERS START 15-0-1 2 With 15 wins on the season, the 2011 squad has already claimed the single-season record for most wins in a regular season, besting the previous mark of 14 by the 2007 team. With a win in the final three regular season games, the 2011 squad could set the record for the most overall wins in a season with 18. The 2007 team had 17 wins to set the record. (14 regular season, three postseason) 2 The 15-0-1 start to the regular season is the best start in program history and the 16-game unbeaten streak is the longest in program history. The 2011 squad holds the longest unbeaten streak of 16 games, topping the 2010 and 2007 squads that were unbeaten in 11-straight matches.

SCOUTING SOUTHERN MISS 2 Southern Miss enters the weekend with a 3-11-3 record on the season. Southern Miss is 2-2-2 on its home field this season. 2 Jordan Wagner leads the Golden Eagles offense with four goals on the season. Three other players have two or more goals and Southern Miss has 13 goals on the year. 2 Hannah Vanderboegh has seen the bulk of the minutes in goal for Southern Miss, but Lindsey Schwaner has played as well. Vanderboegh has a 1.87 goals-against average on the season and 85 saves while Schwaner carries 0.92 goals-against average in 196:20 of play.

Inside The Series

2 UCF and Memphis are set to face off for the 11th time this weekend. The match Sunday will be the seventh regular season meeting. MEM Leads 6-3-1 10/21/05 at MEM ................................. UCF, 1-0 10/6/06 at UCF ................................... MEM, 2-1 10/28/07 at MEM ....................... UCF, 2-1 (2OT) 11/11/07 at El Paso (C-USA Tour.)...... MEM, 2-0 9/28/08 at MEM ............................UCF 2-1 (OT) 11/7/08 at Houston (C-USA Tour.) ...... MEM, 2-0 9/27/09 at UCF ................................... MEM, 1-0 11/8/09 at Dallas (C-USA Tour.) .......... MEM, 3-0 10/1/10 at MEM .................................1-1 DRAW 11/7/10 at Orlando (C-USA Tour.) ....... MEM, 1-0

AUGUST RUSH 2 The U of M was sad to see the calendar flip past August. In 16 seasons, Memphis is 18-5-1 all-time in the month of August and is unbeaten in the last 16 matches in the month of August dating back to the 2003 season. Since their last loss in the month of August (8/31/03-Ole Miss), Memphis has outscored its opponents 57-5.

Around C-USA

C-USA Schedule Continues 2 After a perfect 8-0 mark in the non-conference slate, Memphis opened C-USA with four-straight victories on the road. The Lady Tigers are one of three league members (UCF and Rice) that play seven road games and four home matches in league play. Houston, Southern Miss and UAB each have five home and six road matches while Colorado College, Marshall and SMU have six home and five road matches. UTEP, Tulsa and East Carolina have seven home and four road matches. 2 Memphis’ 4-0 start in conference play was the first in program history and marks the third time a team has won four-straight games in league play. At 7-0-1 in C-USA, the Lady Tigers are off to the best start in C-USA play.

2011 STANDINGS Team

W

L

T

Pts

W

L

T

Memphis

7

0

1

22

15

0

1

SMU

5

2

1

16

9

6

1

Coloado College

5

2

1

16

7

6

3

UCF

4

1

3

15

9

2

5

Tulsa

4

3

1

13

10

5

2

UTEP

4

3

1

13

10

5

2

Rice

4

3

1

13

9

5

2

UAB

2

4

1

7

5

9

1

Houston

2

5

1

7

5

10

1

East Carolina

2

5

0

6

7

6

1

Marshall

1

5

2

5

3

10

3

Southern Miss

0

7

1

1

3

11

3

C-USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Aug. 22 ..................................... Tishia Jewell (UCF) Aug. 29 ..........................Caty Butler (East Carolina) Sept. 5 ................................. Jessica Howard (Rice) Sept. 12 ...........................Nicolette Radovcic (UCF) Sept. 19 ...... Lauren DiGregorio (Colorado College) Sept. 26 ................... Christabel Oduro (Memphis) ......................................................Tess Hall (UTEP) Oct. 3 .......... Lauren DiGregorio (Coloardo College) Oct. 10 ..........................Brittany Kindzierski (UTEP) Oct. 17..................... Christabel Oduro (Memphis)

C-USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Aug. 22......................... Lizzy Simonin (Memphis) Aug. 29.......................... Christie Kline (Memphis) Sept. 5 .................. Elise Kuhar-Pitters (Memphis) Sept. 12 ........................................ Aline Reis (UCF) Sept. 19 ................ Elise Kuhar-Pitters (Memphis) ................................................ Claire Hulcer (Tulsa) Sept. 26 ................................. Kaitlyn Edison (SMU) Oct. 3 .............................................Amy Czyz (Rice) Oct. 10 ............ Hanna Berglund (Colorado College) ..........................................Lindsey Kerns (Marshall) Oct. 17 ...................................... C.J. Winship (UAB)

UPCOMING MATCHES Friday, October 21 SMU at Colorado College ......................... 4:00 p.m. Memphis at Southern Miss ....................... 4:00 p.m. Rice at East Carolina ................................ 6:00 p.m. Houston at Marshall.................................. 6:00 p.m. UAB at UCF .............................................. 6:00 p.m. Tulsa at UTEP .......................................... 8:00 p.m. Sunday, October 23 Rice at Marshall .......................................11:00 a.m. Memphis at UCF..............................................Noon Tulsa at Colorado College ........................ 1:00 p.m. Houston at East Carolina.......................... 1:00 p.m. UAB at Southern Miss .............................. 1:00 p.m. SMU at UTEP ........................................... 2:00 p.m.

REMEMBER SEPTEMBER 2 With all the success in August in the past several seasons, what has the U of M done in the month of September? In the last four seasons, including six games this season, Memphis is 2511-0 in the month of September.

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans

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TIGER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2011L

Others receiving votes: California, UC Irvine, UCF, Dayton, Texas A&M, La Salle, Wisconsin, Virginia Tech, Hartford, LSU, Iowa, Miami, Georgia. WEEK-BY-WEEK RANKINGS WEEK NSCAA SA

Preseason 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

RV 25 20 16 11 9 6 6 8 9

NR NR 24 16 12 8 8 7 7 5

ST

CS360

TD

RV RV 23 22 18 14 11 9 11 10

35 30 20 23 23 13 12 10 11 11

47 36 31 28 26 25 23 19 20 17

SA- Soccer America Poll ST - Soccer Times Poll CS360 - CollegeSoccer360.com Composite rankings TD- TopDrawerSoccer.com Tournament 64 rankings

In The Polls

NSCAA DIVISION 1 WOMEN’S SOCCER POLL 2 October 18, 2011: Poll #9/Week 9 Poll Rank Record Previous 1. Stanford 14-0-1 1 2. Oklahoma State 15-0-1 2 3. Wake Forest 11-1-3 4 4. Pepperdine 11-0-4 5 5. Marquette 16-2-0 7 6. Duke 13-2-1 3 7. UCLA 10-1-3 6 8. North Carolina 10-2-1 10 9. Memphis 15-0-1 8 10. UW Milwaukee 14-1-0 12 11. Virginia 11-3-2 14 12. Santa Clara 9-1-5 13 13. Florida 13-4-0 11 14. Penn State 14-3-0 15 15. Maryland 8-3-4 16 16. Boston University 14-2-1 20 17. Boston College 9-3-2 9 18. West Virginia 13-4-0 24 19. Florida State 10-6-0 17 20. William & Mary 13-1-2 23 21. Washington State 10-4-2 RV 22. Auburn 11-4-1 RV 23. Oregon State 10-4-1 18 24. Tennessee 12-4-0 19 25. Illinois 11-4-1 RV

MEMPHIS

ROC-TOBER

THREE...IS THE MAGIC NUMBER

2 Five matches into October, the Lady Tigers record has continued to improve as has been the case in the past several seasons. With Sunday’s victory over Colorado College, Memphis improved to 36-7-6 since the 2006 season in October matches. In that same span, the U of M has 32 shutouts.

2 When scoring three or more goals in a match, the U of M carries an 83-6-2 record all-time. Under Head Coach Brooks Monaghan, Memphis is 62-3-2. In the past four seasons in which Memphis has four-straight championships, the record when scoring three or more goals is 28-0-2.

BOUNCE BACK

2 Since taking over the program in 2000, head coach Brooks Monaghan has compiled a record of 140-85-15 in 11 seasons. Monaghan has helped the program claim eight, 11-plus win seasons during his tenure. Below is a look at the milestone victories for Coach Monaghan.

2 Since the 2007 season, Memphis has posted a 19-1-2 record following a tie or loss. Following the first blemish on the record this season, Memphis bounced back with a 4-0 victory over Tulsa. In that span, Memphis has 13 shutouts in the 23 matches following a loss or tie and has outscored opponents 58-9.

Win #

Date

Opponent/Result

CLEAN SHEET

1

Aug. 25, 200

San Francisco, 2-1

2 In the past eight matches, Memphis has held opponents to just 37 shots on goal and recorded five shutouts. Since the 2008 season, Memphis has 43 shutouts and has back-to-back shutouts 16 times. The four-straight shutout streak earlier this season was the first four-game shutout streak and the 441:25 scoreless streak by opponents was the longest streak in program history. Goalkeeper Elise Kuhar-Pitters posted a program-best 580:36 scoreless streak that was ended at Houston on Sept. 25.

25

Oct. 8, 2003

UT Martin, 3-1

50

Oct. 23, 2005

Southern Miss, 5-1

75

Nov. 4, 2007

East Carolina, 2-1

100

Sept. 25, 2009

Southern Miss, 2-0

125

Nov. 7, 2010

#24 UCF, 1-0

BALANCED OFFENSE 2 Thus far, Memphis has scored 40 goals in 16 matches, but more importantly 11 different players have scored those 40 goals. Seven different players have three or more goals on the year. The Lady Tigers have 27 assists on the 40 goals and 11 different players have recorded assists with five players having three or more assists to their credit. In C-USA play, nine players have goals and four have two or more goals in league play.

2 Monaghan has guided the Lady Tigers to an impressive 101-33-10 (.736) record since 2004. Just in the last four seasons, Memphis is 78-207 (.776). Year

W-L (Pct.)

C-USA (Pct.)

2000

9-11-0 (.450)

3-8-0 (.273)

2001

5-13-1 (.289

3-7-0 (.300)

2002

9-10-1 (.475)

5-5-0 (.500)

2003

5-10-3 (.361)

2-7-1 (.250)

2004

11-8-0 (.579)

5-5-0 (.500)

2005

12-7-0 (.632)

6-3-0 (.667)

DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS

2006

11-6-3 (.625)

6-2-2 (.700)

2 Since the 2007 season, the Lady Tiger defense has helped the U of M to a 74-4-5 record when opponents score one or fewer goals. In that same span, Memphis has 54 shutouts. 2 This season, the Memphis defense has allowed just 59 shots on goal. By comparison, opponents have 133 total shots against the U of M this season, but Memphis has 126 shots on goal in 16 matches.

2007

17-4-1 (.795)

7-1-1 (.833)

2008

15-5-2 (.727)

8-2-1 (.773)

2009

16-7-0 (.696)

8-3-0 (.727)

2010

15-4-3 (.750)

7-1-3 (.773)

2011

15-0-1 (.969)

7-0-1 (.938)

Total

140-85-15 (.615)

97-56-10 (.626)

IN THE POLLS 2 Memphis climbed to a program-best in the national polls released this week as Soccer America ranks Memphis No. 5. The Lady Tigers are ranked 11th in CollegeSoccer360’s composite rankings, 9th in the NSCAA poll and 17th in the TopDrawerSoccer.com Tournament 64. Memphis is ranked 11th in Soccer Times top-25.

CLAWING BACK 2 Memphis faced its first deficit of the season on Oct. 7 against SMU as the Mustangs took a 2-0 lead into halftime. The Lady Tigers clawed back scoring three goals in a span of 5:43, before the match ended in a 3-3 draw.

4

HEAD COACH BROOKS MONAGHAN

UNBLEMISHED NON-CONFERENCE 2 Memphis finished the non-conference slate with a perfect 8-0 record, including five shutouts. The Lady Tigers allowed just four goals in the eight matches, the fewest goals scored by nonconference opponents in the 16-year history of the program.

ROAD WARRIORS 2 The sign of a good team is its play on the road and the Lady Tigers have had some great success playing away from the Bluff City. In the last four plus seasons, Memphis is 32-6-3 in road games. The Lady Tigers are 18-3-3 in conference road games since the 2007 season.

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


MEMPHIS

TIGER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2011L

TAKE THIS SHOW ON THE ROAD 2 This weekend begins the third installment of three road trips this season of three or more games for the Lady Tigers. The Sept. 15 match at Vanderbilt began a five-game road swing for the Lady Tigers. The trip was the longest since the 2002 season in which the U of M played seven-straight matches on the road. In 14 road trips that lasted three or more games, Memphis has compiled a record of 27-22-3 (8-0 in 2011). Scoring is very close in the road trip matches at 82-76 in favor of Memphis, but the U of M has equaled or bettered their opponent scoring in the last seven road trips. Memphis went 3-0 on its first road trip of 2011, posting three shutouts and a perfect 5-0 on the most recent trip with four shutouts.

Category

Total

Rank

Record Holder

GAA

0.81

1st

----

Shutouts

33

1st

----

Victories

50

1st

----

Minutes

6308

1st

----

Saves

208

4th

F. Currin-326

THE FINAL COUNTDOWN 2 Memphis has allowed nine goals this season, six of which have come in the second half. Looking closer at the box score, five of the six goals have come in the final 20 minutes of regulation. The Lady Tigers have scored nine goals in the final 20 minutes this season, with two key goals coming in the 3-0 victory over rival Ole Miss.

SUPER SOPHOMORES 2 Christabel Oduro leads the team with eight goals this season, bettering her goal total from last season (3). Rasheeda Ansari has five goals on the year giving the sophomore class 13 goals on the season. Of the 13 goals scored by sophomores, seven are game-winners. When Oduro scores, Memphis is 9-0-2 and the Lady Tigers are a perfect 9-0-0 when Ansari finds the back of the net.

THE LAST TIME A TIGER ... Scored Four Goals: .................................................. Lesley Zmurchuk vs. Stephen F. Austin (1996) Scored Three Goals: ........................................................Natalia Gomez-Junco vs. Tulsa (2011) Scored Two Goals: ..........................................................Natalia Gomez-Junco vs. Tulsa (2011) Recorded Four Assists: ......................................................... Catherine Brannon vs. Rhodes (1996) Recorded Three Assists: ................................................. Caroline Barrett vs. Southern Miss (2007) Recorded Two Assists: ........................................................................ Ashley Berra vs. SMU (2009) 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 vs Marshall and ECU (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. Charlotte (2011), 6-2 Scored Six Goals in a Half................................................................. vs. Rhodes (1999), 6 (1st half) Scored Four Goals in a Half: .......................................................... vs. Alabama (2010), 4 (2nd half) Scored Three Goals in a Half: ............................................ vs. Charlotte (2011), 3 (1st/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: ............................................................at UALR (2010), 8 Attempted 50 or more Shots:...................................................................... vs. Evansville (2009), 50 Attempted 40 or more Shots:...................................................................... vs. Evansville (2009), 50 Attempted 30 or more Shots: .......................................................................... vs. SMU (2010), 31 Attempted 25 or more Shots: .......................................................................... vs. SMU (2011), 31 Involved in a 0-0 Tie: ................................................................................................ vs. UAB (2006)

By The Numbers

RECORD BOOK REWRITE 2 Elise Kuhar-Pitters began her fifth season in net for the Lady Tigers on the cusp of breaking multiple goalkeeping records. Just seven matches into the season, Kuhar-Pitters grabbed three of the five goalkeeping records at the U of M. With her third-straight shutout at Western Kentucky on Sept. 4, Kuhar-Pitters broke Isabel Birones’ record for shutouts and victories in a career. Kuhar-Pitters has 33 career shutouts and 50 victories and program-best 0.81 goalsagainst average. Kuhar-Pitters is also tops in minutes played and fourth in saves.

2011 INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS Points Total Christabel Oduro ......................................... 19 Lizzy Simonin .............................................. 14 Natalia Gomez-Junco .................................. 12 Rasheeda Ansari ......................................... 10 Kelley Gravlin .............................................. 10 Melissa Smith .............................................. 10 Goals Total Christabel Oduro ........................................... 8 Natalia Gomez-Junco .................................... 6 Lizzy Simonin ................................................ 5 Rasheeda Ansari ........................................... 5 Assists Total Kaitlyn Atkins ................................................. 4 Kelley Gravlin ................................................ 4 Melissa Smith ................................................ 4 Lizzy Simonin ................................................ 4 Christabel Oduro ........................................... 3 Shots Total Natalia Gomez-Junco .................................. 48 Christabel Oduro ......................................... 37 Kelley Gravlin .............................................. 35 Kaitlyn Atkins ............................................... 32 Kylie Davis ................................................... 27 Shots On Goal Total Natalia Gomez-Junco .................................. 22 Kelley Gravlin .............................................. 17 Christabel Oduro ......................................... 16 Melissa Smith .............................................. 13 BY THE NUMBERS Overall Record.......................................15-0-1 Home .......................................................7-0-1 Away ........................................................8-0-0 Neutral .....................................................------vs. Ranked Teams ...................................------vs. Unranked Teams ..............................15-0-1 Day Games..............................................8-0-0 Night Games............................................7-0-1 Overtime ..................................................------When scoring first ..................................15-0-0 When opponent scores first .....................0-0-1 When leading at half ................................9-0-0 When trailing at half .................................0-0-1 When tied at half......................................6-0-0 More shots .............................................15-0-1 Less shots ...............................................------Equal shots ..............................................------More corner kicks ..................................11-0-1 Less corner kicks .....................................4-0-0 Equal corner kicks ...................................------More fouls ..............................................10-0-0 Less fouls ................................................4-0-1 Equal fouls ...............................................1-0-0 On Thursday ............................................1-0-0 On Friday .................................................6-0-1 On Saturday ............................................------On Sunday...............................................8-0-0 vs. Conference USA ................................7-0-1 vs. Atlantic 10 ..........................................1-0-0 vs. Southern Conference .........................1-0-0 vs. Southeastern Conference ..................4-0-0 vs. Sun Belt .............................................2-0-0

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans

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GENERAL INFORMATION Home Field: ...... Mike Rose Soccer Complex Capacity:...............................................3,000 2010 Record: ...................................... 15-4-3 Home: ................................................... 8-1-2 Away: .................................................... 6-2-1 Neutral: ................................................. 1-1-0 2010 C-USA Record/Finish: .......... 7-1-3/2nd Home: ................................................... 5-0-2 Away: .................................................... 2-1-1 Neutral: ................................................. 0-0-0 Final 2010 Ranking:..................................RV Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.................15/9 Starters Returning/Lost:............................8/3 Newcomers:...............................................14 First Season of Soccer: .........................1995 Postseason Appearances/Last: ..........4/2010 GENERAL INFORMATION Head Coach:.................... Brooks Monaghan Alma Mater: ..... University of Memphis, 1994 Record at Memphis: ..................... 130-85-14 Career Record: .................................... Same Assistant Coach:...................... Jonny Walker Alma Mater: ..... University of Louisville, 2007 Assistant Coach:........................... Jodi Grant Alma Mater: ..... University of Memphis, 1999 GENERAL INFORMATION Media Relations Office: .......... 901-678-2337 Assistant AD/Media Relations: ...................... ........................................ Jennifer Rodrigues Assistant Director/Soccer Contact: ................ .................................................... Mark Taylor Office Number: ....................... 901-678-5108 Cell Number:........................... 870-759-2074 E-Mail: ....................mtylor16@memphis.edu

Quick Facts

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .............................. Memphis, Tenn. Founded: ...............................................1912 Enrollment: .........................................21,424 Nickname:.................... Lady Tigers or Tigers Colors: ....................................... Blue & Gray Conference: ........................Conference USA President: .........................Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director: ......................R.C. Johnson

NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK

HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE

2 Freshmen have combined to score 39 of Memphis’ 107 points this season. Natalia Gomez-Junco leads the cast with six goals on the season. Kelley Gravlin has three goals and four assists while Kaitlyn Atkins has two goals and four assists on the year. Kylie Davis has chipped in with two goals and two assists and Carly Cassady has added a goal. Katie Donahue also was credited with an assist this season.

2 With an unbalanced schedule this season that has Memphis playing seven road conference matches, the Lady Tigers will need to continue the recent success on the home field. Since 2004, Memphis is 53-17-5 at Mike Rose Soccer Complex. Under head coach Brooks Monaghan, Memphis has a 73-32-7 mark on the home turf. Year-by-year win-loss at home under Coach Monaghan is below:

ANY GIVEN SUNDAY

Year

W-L (Pct.)

C-USA (Pct.)

2000

6-3-0 (.667)

2-3-0 (.400)

2001

4-5-1 (.450)

2-3-0 (.400)

2002

5-3-0 (.625)

3-2-0 (.600)

2003

4-4-1 (.500)

2-3-0 (.400)

2004

7-2-0 (.778)

4-1-0 (.800)

2005

7-3-0 (.700)

3-2-0 (.600)

PROGRAM SEEKS 175TH WIN

2006

4-3-1 (.563)

3-0-1 (.876)

2 Now in his 12th season as head coach, Brooks Monaghan as helped the program within one win of the 175 win plateau. The Lady Tigers had one 10-plus win season in the first nine seasons as a program, but Memphis has won 11plus games in each of the past eight seasons, including 2011. The Lady Tigers currently have an all-time record of 174-144-18. Some of the milestone victories for the program are listed below:

2007

9-1-0 (.900)

4-1-0 (.800)

2008

6-3-1 (.650)

4-1-0 (.800)

2009

6-4-0 (.600)

3-2-0 (.600)

2010

8-1-2 (.818)

4-0-2 (.833)

2 Sunday’s have been a day of success for the Lady Tigers in the last four seasons as ‘Any Given Sunday’ normally results in a Memphis victory. Since the 2006 season, the U of M is 3810-3 in matches played on a Sunday. 2 Since the 2009 season, Memphis is 23-2-1 on Sunday’s. In that same span, the U of M has outscored opponents 62-12 and posted 16 shutouts.

Win #

Date

Opponent/Result

1

Sept. 13, 1995

UALR, 7-1

25

Sept. 1, 1998

Rhodes, 2-0

50

Sept. 6, 2002

Northeastern, 3-0

75

Sept. 4, 2005

Evansville, 2-1

100

Sept. 18, 2007

UT Martin, 4-1

125

Oct. 30, 2008

UAB, 2-1

150

Sept. 12, 2010

Ole Miss, 2-1

CONFERENCE TOP-20 2 TopDrawerSoccer.com’s annual conference top-20 rankings were released in late September and Memphis had a league-high five players make the list. Reigning C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Lizzy Simonin is No. 2. Christabel Oduro (10th), Elise Kuhar-Pitters (13th), Lizzy Hildebrandt (15th) and Bailey Pembroke are also in the top-20.

BEST OFFENSE IS A GOOD DEFENSE 2 As the saying goes, the best offense is a good defense, which has certainly been a case for the U of M this season. Among 13 players that have played in the back this season, six players have accounted for 29 of Memphis’ 107 points. Nine goals and 11 assists have been posted by defensive players on the year. Lizzy Simonin has scored five times this season and when the former forward finds the back of the net, Memphis is 18-1-2.

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2011

7-0-1 (.938)

3-0-1 (.875)

Total

73-32-7 (.683)

37-18-4 (.661)

Three’s Company 2 Natalia Gomez-Junco collected a hat trick in Sunday’s 4-0 victory over Tulsa. It was the first hat trick since Kylie Hayes scored three goals in a C-USA Tournament match against Southern Miss in 2007. 2 The ironic feat in Gomez-Junco’s hat trick? The reserve midfielder/forward logged 33 minutes in the match. 2 Other tidbits of irony: Lizzy Simonin’s penalty kick goal came in the 33rd minute. Tulsa had three saves in both the first and second halves and Elise Kuhar-Pitters had three saves in the second half.

SENIOR SALUTE 2 Courtesy of research done by CollegeSoccer360.com, the Lady Tigers senior class is ranked 11th in the nation with 61 wins in their time at the U of M. The 2011 senior class needs two victories to tie for the most by a class in program history.

PUNCH THE TIME CARD 2 Senior Lizzy Simonin is the only Memphis player to play the full 1460 minutes this season. Five other players have logged more than 1200 minutes this season.

UP NEXT 2 Memphis closes the regular season at UAB on Thursday, Oct. 27. The Lady Tigers will then defend their four-straight C-USA Championships as hosts of the C-USA Tournament that begins Nov. 2 at Mike Rose Soccer Complex.

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


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TIGER WOMEN’S SOCCER 2011L

2011 Starting Lines By Match: 8-19 LSU

8-21 UALR

8-26 Alabama

8-28 Samford

9-4 WKU

9-9 Ole Miss

9-11 Charlotte

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Borkenstein Hildebrandt Gomez-Junco Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Borkenstein Hildebrandt Gomez-Junco Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Gomez-Junco Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Gomez-Junco Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Gomez-Junco Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Davis Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Davis Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

9-15 Vanderbilt

9-23 Houston

9-25 Rice

9-30 Marshall

10-2 ECU

10-7 SMU

10-9 Tulsa

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Davis Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Cassady Kline Hildebrandt Davis Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Gomez-Junco Davis Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Cassady Gomez-Junco Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Cassady Gomez-Junco Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Cassady Davis Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Cassady Davis Gravlin Atkins Smith Oduro

10-14 UTEP

10-16 CC

10-21 So. Miss.

10-23 UCF

10-27 UAB

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Cassady Davis Gravlin Ansari Smith Oduro

Kuhar-Pitters (GK) Simonin Pembroke Hildebrandt Kline Cassady Davis Gomez-Junco Ansari Smith Oduro

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


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A13

Auburn (Exh.)

0-0, T

Both teams had multiple scoring chances, but the defensive effort by each team forced a 0-0 draw in the exhibition match. Memphis outshot Auburn 12-11 in the match, but Auburn held a 4-1 shots on goal advantage.

A19

LSU

3-1, W

Kaitlyn Atkins recorded a goal as the U of M opened the season with a 3-1 win over LSU. Christabel Oduro and Kelley Gravlin also found the back of the net. Elise KuharPitters made three saves in the match.

A21

UALR

3-1, W

Melissa Smith, Kylie Davis and Taylor Isenhower scored goals and t he Lady Tigers claimed a 3-1 victory over UALR. Memphis outshot UALR 29-6 in the match. Kelley Gravlin, Lizzy Simonin, Katie Donahue and Kaitlyn Atkins recorded assists.

A26

at Alabama

1-0, W

Christabel Oduro notched the game-winner in the 64th minute and the U of M earned a 1-0 victory at Alabama. Memphis limited Crimson Tide to just one shot on goal in the match.

A28

at Samford

2-0, W

Christie Kline and Natalia Gomez-Junco record their first career goals and the Lady Tigers got past Samford 2-0. Kline scored on a header and helped the defense held Samford to two shots on goal.

S4

at Western Kentucky

2-0, W

Memphis improved to 5-0 with a third-straigh shutout by Elise Kuhar-Pitters. The Lady Tigers didn’t surrender a shot on goal in the match and Rasheeda Ansari and Taylor Isenhower provided the scoring for the U of M.

S9

Ole Miss

3-0, W

Memphis earned its seventh-straight victory against SEC opposition as three Lady Tigers found the back of the net in a highly-contested rivalry match. Rasheeda Ansari, Lizzy Simonin and Christabel Oduro notched goals.

S11

Charlotte

6-2, W

Six different players scored as Memphis earned a convincing 6-2 victory over Charlotte. The two goals scored by the 49ers ended Memphis’ second-longest scoreless streak by opponents with a mark of 441:25.

S15

at Vanderbilt

2-0, W

Two second half goals and timely saves by Elise Kuhar-Pitters lifed No. 11 Memphis over Vanderbilt, 2-0. With the win, Memphis claimed its eight-straight victory over an SEC opponent and set a program-record eight game win streak.

S23

at Houston

2-1, W

Two first half goals by Kylie Davis and Taylor Isenhower along with six saves by Elise Kuhar-Pitters helped No. 9 Memphis claw past Houston 2-1. The Houston goal ended Kuhar-Pitters program-best 580:36 scoreless streak in net.

S25

at Rice

1-0, W

Christabel Oduro put away a goal in the 66th minute and Elise Kuhar-Pitters made seven saves to lift No. 9 Memphis to a 1-0 victory at Rice. Kuhar-Pitters picked up her sixth clean sheet of the season and the goal was Oduro’s second game-winner.

S30

at Marshall

1-0, W

Melissa Smith put away a goal with 45 seconds remaining and No. 6 Memphis escaped Marshall with a 1-0 victory. Elise Kuhar-Pitters collected her seventh clean sheet of the year in a game that saw Memphis outshoot the Herd 27-6.

O2

at East Carolina

2-0, W

The Lady Tiger defense held East Carolina to one shot on goal and went on to beat the Pirates 2-0. An own goal in the first half and a goal by Rasheeda Ansari in the second half would provide the scoring.

O7

SMU

3-3, T

SMU took a 2-0 lead in to halftime as Memphis faced its first deficit of the season, but the Lady Tigers clawed back to earn a 3-3 draw. Memphis tied the match with two goals in 31 seconds and added a third goal to take the lead before the match went to OT.

O9

Tulsa

4-0, W

Natalia Gomez-Junco recorded the first hat trick since 2007 and No. 6 Memphis pounced on Tulsa in a 4-0 victory. Lizzy Simonin scored the game-winner on a penalty kick and added an assist as Elise Kuhar-Pitters posted a ninth clean sheet.

O14

UTEP

3-0, W

Christabel Oduro provided the first goal in the 21st minute and goals by Rasheeda Ansari and Lizzy Simonin gave Memphis a 3-0 victory over UTEP. Elise Kuhar-Pitters posted her 10th clean sheet of the season, making four saves on the night.

O16

Colorado College

2-1, W

Kelley Gravlin gave Memphis a 1-0 lead and following a penalty kick by Colorado College, the two squads were knotted 1-1 at half. Christabel Oduro notched her fourth game-winner of the season in the 61st minute to give Memphis a 2-1 win.

O21

at Southern Miss

4:00

O23

at UCF

12:00

O27

at UAB

7:00

N2-6

C-USA Championship

N11-D4

NCAA Championship

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


MEMPHIS 4 RASHEEDA ANSARI F 2 SO. 2 LITHONIA, GA.

2011: Has played in all 16 matches, tallying five goals on 14 shots. 2010: All-C-USA Freshmen team selection that scored five goals and three assists on the season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 2 vs. Samford (8-22-10) ASSISTS:1, 3x, last vs. Houston (10-24-10) POINTS: 4 vs. Samford (8-22-10) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2010 21-16 5 3 13 3 28 12 2011 16-9 5 0 10 3 14 12 TOTAL 37-25 10 3 23 6 42 24 ———————————————————

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KAITLYN ATKINS

F/MF 2 FR. 2 OVERLAND PARK, KAN.

2011: Recorded goal and assist against LSU in her first career match. Collected team-high four assists this season. Has started six of 16 matches this season. 2010: Has played in all four matches CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 2x, last vs. SMU (10-7-11) ASSISTS: 1, 4x, last at WKU (9-4-11) POINTS: 3 vs. LSU (8-19-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 16-6 2 4 8 0 32 7 ————————————————————

27 ASHLEY BARKSDALE

F 2 SO. 2 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK.

2011: Has seen time in two matches 2010: Played in one match as defender and has moved to forward for 2011. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2010 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ————————————————————

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JORDAN BOYLE

GK 2 SR. 2 EDMONTON, ALBERTA

2011: Has played in one match this season and came up with one save. 2010: Played in five contests, notching 12 saves. 2009: Recorded shutout and seven saves in one match. 2008: Played in 10 matches, starting seven. Finished with 29 saves and 6-1-1 record. CAREER HIGHS SAVES: 9 at Mississippi State (9-19-08) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % SHO 2008 10-7 714:54 8 1.01 29 .784 3 2009 1-1 90:00 0 0.00 7 1.000 1 2010 5-4 422:32 2 0.43 12 .857 2 2011 1-0 23:47 2 7.57 1 .333 0 TOTAL 17-12 1251:13 12 0.86 48 .803 6 ———————————————————

0

BECCA BROWN

GK 2 FR. 2 COLLEYVILLE, TEXAS

2011: Has not seen time yet in 2011 season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % SHO 2011 0-0 0:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0 ———————————————————

25

ANNA BUTZLAFF

F 2 R-JR. 2 BROOKFIELD, WIS.

2011: Has played in four matches and recorded one shot. 2010: Saw time in two contests. 2009: Played in three matches. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2009 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 2-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2011 4-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 TOTAL 9-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 ———————————————————

15

ALEX CRAIG

D/MF 2 FR. 2 EDMONTON, ALBERTA

2011: Has played in three matches. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS: Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ———————————————————

5

SARAH DAANE

MF/D 2 FR. 2 NEWMAN, GA.

2011: Has not seen time yet in 2011 season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS: Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ———————————————————

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KYLIE DAVIS

F/MF 2 FR. 2 L’LLE-BIZARD, QUEBEC

2011: Has played in all 16 matches, earning 10 starts. Scored first career goal vs. UALR. Recorded first career assist at Vanderbilt. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 2x, last at Houston (9-23-11) ASSISTS: 1, 2x, last vs. UTEP (10-14-11) POINTS: 2, 2x, last vs. Houston (9-23-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 16-10 2 2 6 1 27 9 ———————————————————

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KATIE DONAHUE D 2 FR. 2 SACHSE, TEXAS

2011: Has played in three matches and recorded her first career assist against UALR CAREER HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: 1 vs. UALR (8-21-11) POINTS: Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 3-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 ———————————————————

29 CARLY CASSADY

33 MCCALL GARDNER

2011: Has started in 15 of 16 matches this season. Recorded first career goal against Charlotte. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 vs. Charlotte (9-11-11) ASSISTS: - POINTS: 2 vs. Charlotte (9-11-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 16-15 1 0 2 0 6 3

2011: Will redshirt 2011 season CAREER HIGHS GOALS: ASSISTS: POINTS: Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MF/D 2 FR. 2 Lenexa, KAN.

GK 2 FR. 2 DULUTH, GA.


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9 NATALIA GOMEZ-JUNCO MF/F 2 Fr. 2 MONTEREY, NUEVO LEON

2011: Has started in nine of 16 matches. Recorded first career goal at Samford. Notched hat trick against Tulsa. Has six goals on the season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 3 vs. Tulsa (10-9-11) ASSISTS: - POINTS: 6 vs. Tulsa (10-9-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 16-9 6 0 12 1 48 22 ———————————————————

2

KELLEY GRAVLIN MF 2 r-FR. 2 St. Charles, Mo.

2011: Has started in 15 of 16 matches. Recorded game-winner against LSU. Notched first assist against UALR. Tallied three points against Charlotte. 2010: Redshirt CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 3x, last vs. Colo.College (10-16-11) ASSISTS: 1, 4x last at East Carolina (10-2-11) POINTS: 3 vs. Charlotte (9-11-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 16-15 3 4 10 1 35 17 ————————————————————

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AVERI HALLMAN

D 2 Jr. 2 SPOKANE, WASH.

2011: Has seen time in 11 matches. Recorded assist against Ole Miss 2010: Moved to defender and started in all 22 matches. 2010: Earned All-C-USA Freshman Team honors after recording two goals and seven assists. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 2x, last vs. UCF (11-8-09) ASSISTS: 2 at Houston (10-9-09) POINTS: 2, 3x, last vs. UCF (11-8-09) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2009 23-11 2 7 11 0 19 6 2010 22-22 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 11-0 0 1 1 0 3 2 TOTAL 56-33 2 8 12 0 22 8 ————————————————————

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16 LIZZY HILDEBRANDT

1 ELISE KUHAR-PITTERS

2011: Has started in all 16 matches. Recorded assist at Alabama and versus Tulsa. 2010: Started in every match and finished with two goals and three assists. 2009: Started in 21 of 23 matches and notched a goal and two assists. 2008: All-C-USA Freshman Team selection after playing in all 22 matches. Posted three goals and two assists. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 7x, last at UALR (9-5-10) ASSISTS: 1, 8x, last vs. Tulsa (10-9-11) POINTS: 2, last at UALR (9-5-10) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2008 22-19 3 2 8 1 40 15 2009 22-21 2 1 5 2 24 6 2010 22-22 2 3 7 2 38 19 2011 16-16 0 2 2 0 25 7 Total 82-76 7 8 22 5 127 47 ———————————————————

2011: Has 10 shutouts in 16 matches played. Allowed seven goals in the 16 matches and has collected 46 saves. Posted program-record 580:36 streak without allowing a goal. 2010: Notched 61 saves and eight shutouts in 18 contests. 2009: Posted single-season record 11 shutouts in 22 matches. Collected 61 saves on the season. 2008: Rebounded from injury and collected 29 saves and four shutouts in 13 matches. 2007: Played in one match before suffering season-ending injury. CAREER HIGHS SAVES: 8 vs. Oregon State (11-12-10) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % SHO 2007 1-1 74:02 1 1.22 0 .000 0 2008 13-13 1190:18 12 0.91 40 .769 4 2009 22-22 1990:00 20 0.90 61 .753 11 2010 18-18 1617:28 17 0.95 61 .782 8 2011 16-16 1436:16 7 0.44 46 .868 10 33 TOTAL 70-70 6308:01 57 0.81 208 .785 ———————————————————

MF/D 2 SR. 2 CALGARY, ALBERTA

6 TAYLOR ISENHOWER F 2 JR. 2 LENEXA, KAN.

2011: Has played in all 16 matches and has three goals. Tallied game-winning goal at Houston. Notched assist against Ole Miss. 2010: Collected a team-high three gamewinners and finished with five goals and three assists. 2009: All-C-USA Freshman Team selection after registering six goals and three assists in her freshman season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 2, 3x, last vs. Alabama (9-10-10) ASSISTS: 2 at UALR (9-5-10) POINTS: 4, 3x, last vs. Alabama (9-10-10) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2009 23-12 6 3 15 0 31 17 2010 22-18 5 3 13 0 36 18 2011 16-0 3 1 7 0 10 5 TOTAL 61-30 14 7 35 5 77 40 ———————————————————

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CHRISTIE KLINE

D 2 JR. 2 LEAWOOD, KAN.

2011: Has started in 14 of the 16 matches. Scored first career goal at Samford and earned C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors. Collected assist against SMU 2010: Played in 16 contests and recorded an assist. 2009: Appeared in four matches. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 vs. Samford (8-28-11) ASSISTS: 1 at Tulsa (10-15-10) POINTS: 2 vs. Samford (8-28-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2009 4-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2010 16-10 0 1 1 0 2 0 2011 16-14 1 1 3 1 6 1 1 10 1 TOTAL 36-24 1 2 4 ———————————————————

GK 2 R-SR. 2 SPOKANE, WASH.

24 KAISA MARSHALL F 2 FR. 2 Kingwood, Texas

2011: Has appeared in three matches. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ———————————————————

10 CHRISTABEL ODURO F/MF 2 So. 2 Brampton, Ontario

2011: Has started in all 16 matches and leads team with eight goals, four game-winners. 2010: Played in all 22 matches and made 13 starts. Finished with three goals and four assists. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 11x, last vs. Colo. College (10-16-11) ASSISTS: 1, 7x, last at East Carolina (10-2-11) POINTS: 2, 10x, last vs. Colo. College (10-16-11) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2010 22-13 3 4 10 1 29 17 2011 16-16 8 3 19 4 37 19 Total 38-29 11 7 29 5 66 36 ———————————————————

20 BROOKE OXENTINE MF/D 2 Fr. 2 Euless, Texas

2011: Has not seen time yet in 2011 season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ———————————————————

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


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22 BAILEY PEMBROKE

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2011: Has started in all 16 matches. 2010: Played in seven matches CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 vs. Western Kentucky (9-6-09) ASSISTS: - POINTS: 2 vs. Western Kentucky (9-6-09) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2009 11-3 1 0 2 1 4 3 2010 7-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 16-16 0 0 0 0 1 1 Total 34-19 1 0 2 1 5 4 ———————————————————

2011: Has started all 16 matches and scored three goals and added four assists. Notched game-winner at Marshall. 2010: Played in 12 matches and had one goal, the game-winner in Memphis’ C-USA Championship match. 2009: Appeared in six matches and had one goal and an assist before suffering knee injury. 2008: Had three goals and an assist in 18 matches. 2007: Started in 15 matches and had five goals and four assists. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 14x, last at Marshall (9-30-11) ASSISTS: 2, 2x, last at Houston (10-12-07) POINTS: 3 vs. Evansville (9-20-09) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2007 16-16 5 4 16 3 27 10 2008 18-2 3 1 7 1 16 7 2009 6-1 1 1 3 0 11 5 2010 12-0 1 0 2 1 7 4 2011 16-16 3 4 10 1 25 13 Total 67-35 14 10 38 6 90 40 ———————————————————

D 2 Jr. 2 Flower Mound, Texas

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LIZZY SIMONIN

D 2 SR. 2 LEE’S SUMMIT, MO.

2011: Has played in all 16 matches this season and notched three assists. Has five goals on the season, three via penalty kicks and four assists this season. 2010: Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Year after playing in all 22 matches. Had three goals and two assists on the year. 2009: Scored four goals and added four assists in 16 matches. 2008: Named C-USA Freshman of the Year after collecting nine goals and four assists in 22 matches. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 21x, last vs. UTEP (10-14-11) ASSISTS: 2 vs. UALR (8-26-09) POINTS: 4 vs. UALR (8-26-09) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2008 22-18 9 4 22 3 65 31 2009 16-11 4 4 12 2 33 19 2010 22-22 3 2 8 1 21 10 2011 16-16 5 4 14 1 19 8 Total 77-68 21 14 56 7 139 69 ———————————————————

MELISSA SMITH

F 2 R-SR. 2 EXETER, ONTARIO

19 ALENA STRNADOVA MF 2 So. 2 LAS CRUCES, N.M.

2011: Has yet to see playing time this season. 2011: Scored three goals and earned C-USA All-Freshman team honors. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1, 3x, last vs. UCF (10-1-10) ASSISTS: - POINTS: 2, 3x, last vs. UCF (10-1-10) Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2010 17-17 3 0 6 0 33 14 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 17-17 3 0 6 0 33 14 ———————————————————

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TARA TELFORD

D/MF 2 SR. 2 ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA

2011: Has played in 13 matches. 2010: Appeared in 11 matches and made four starts. 2009: Started in 18 of the 19 matches she played in. 2008: Played in 11 matches and made one start. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2008 11-1 0 0 0 0 3 1 2009 19-18 0 0 0 0 4 3 2010 11-4 0 0 0 0 1 0 2011 11-0 0 0 0 0 4 1 Total 52-23 0 0 0 0 12 5 ———————————————————

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NIKKI UNLAND

GK 2 FR. 2 DULUTH, GA.

2011: Has yet to see playing time this season. 2010: -2009: -2008: Played in two matches and made eight saves. Earned one shutout. CAREER HIGHS SAVES: Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % SHO 2008 2-1 135:00 1 0.67 8 .889 1 2009 0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0 2010 0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0 2011 0-0 0:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0 TOTAL 2-1 135:00 1 0.67 8 .889 1 ———————————————————

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SAM WATSON

D 2 FR. 2 FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS

2011: Has appeared in one match. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ———————————————————

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NICOLE ZEIDLER

D/F 2 FR. 2 SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.

2011: Has played in one match this season. CAREER HIGHS GOALS: - ASSISTS: - POINTS: - Career Statistics YEAR GP-GS G A P GWG SHOTS SOG 2011 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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RV-MEMPHIS 3, LSU 1 RV-M Aug. 19, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F LSU (0-1-0) 0 1 1 Memphis (1-0-0) 1 2 3

#20 MEMPHIS 2, WKU 0 Sept. 4, 2011 2 Bowling Green, Ky. 1 2 F Memphis (5-0-0) 0 2 2 Western Kentucky (3-2-0) 0 0 0

#11 MEMPHIS 2, VANDERBILT 0 Sept. 15, 2011 2 Nashville, Tenn. 1 2 F Memphis (8-0-0) 0 2 2 Vanderbilt (5-2-0) 0 0 0

Scoring Summary MEM - Oduro (1) (Atkins), 20:13 MEM - Gravlin (1) (unassisted), 46:26 MEM - Atkins (1) (unassisted), 80:00 LSU - Cook (Eggleston), 82:47

Scoring Summary MEM - Ansari (1) (Gravlin), 46:57 MEM - Isenhower (2) (Atkins), 77:18

Scoring Summary MEM - Ansari (3) (Davis), 46:13 MEM - Gomez-Junco (3) (Smith), 59:16

Team Statistics Shots: WKU 3, MEM 16 Saves: WKU 4, MEM 0 Fouls: WKU 7, MEM 10 Corners: WKU 2, MEM 4 ————————————————————

Team Statistics Shots: VANDY 7, MEM 13 Saves: VANDY 1, MEM 4 Fouls: VANDY 8, MEM 12 Corners: VANDY 6, MEM 2 ————————————————————

#16 MEMPHIS 3, OLE MISS 0 Sept. 9, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F Ole Miss (3-2-1) 0 0 0 Memphis (6-0-0) 1 2 3

#9 Memphis 2, Houston 1 Sept. 23, 2011 2 Houston, Texas 1 2 F Memphis (9-0-0, 1-0-0) 2 0 2 Houston (3-6-0, 0-1-0) 0 1 1

Scoring Summary MEM - Ansari (2) (Simonin), 14:26 MEM - Simonin (1) (PK), 78:06 MEM - Oduro (3) (Isenhower, Hallman), 83:33

Scoring Summary MEM - Davis (2) (Oduro), 11:24 MEM - Isenhower (3) (unassisted), 27:05 HOU - Zavalza (unassisted), 53:11

Team Statistics Shots: MISS 10, MEM 16 Saves: MISS 5, MEM 4 Fouls: MISS 10, MEM 10 Corners: MISS 5, MEM 7 ————————————————————

Team Statistics Shots: HOU 9, MEM 13 Saves: HOU 6, MEM 7 Fouls: HOU 6, MEM 7 Corners: HOU 5, MEM 4 ————————————————————

#16 MEMPHIS 6, CHARLOTTE 2 Sept. 11, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F Charlotte (2-4-2) 0 2 2 Memphis (7-0-0) 3 3 6

#9 Memphis 1, Rice 0 Sept. 25, 2011 2 Houston, Texas 1 2 F Memphis (10-0-0, 2-0-0) 0 1 1 Rice (6-3-1, 1-1-0) 0 0 0

Scoring Summary MEM - Cassady (1) (Gravlin), 13:28 MEM - Simonin (2) (PK), 35:47 MEM - Gomez-Junco (2) (unassisted), 37:23 MEM - Gravlin (2) (unassisted), 51:08 MEM - Smith (2) (Oduro), 60:15 MEM - Oduro (4) (unassisted), 67:44 CHA - Wingo (unassisted), 70:13 CHA - Bernard (PK), 76:59

Scoring Summary MEM - Oduro (5) (Smith), 65:50

Team Statistics Shots: CHA 9, MEM 20 Saves: CHA 4, MEM 3 Fouls: CHA 8, MEM 6 Corners: CHA 6, MEM 3 ————————————————————

#6 Memphis 1, Marshall 0 Sept. 30, 2011 2 Huntington, W.Va. 1 2 F Memphis (11-0-0, 3-0-0) 0 1 1 Marshall (2-8-1, 0-3-0) 0 0 0

Team Statistics Shots: LSU 10, MEM 15 Saves: LSU 6, MEM 4 Fouls: LSU 14, MEM 9 Corners: LSU 7, MEM 4 ———————————————————— RV-MEMPHIS 3, UALR 1 RV-M Aug. 21, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F UALR (1-1-0) 0 1 1 Memphis (2-0-0) 2 1 3 Scoring Summary MEM - Smith (1) (Atkins, Gravlin), 9:59 MEM - Davis (1) (Simonin), 32:39 MEM - Isenhower (1) (Donahue), 75:21 LSU - Galletti (Unassisted), 78:48 Team Statistics Shots: UALR 6, MEM 29 Saves: UALR 9, MEM 0 Fouls: UALR 6, MEM 3 Corners: UALR 2, MEM 9 ———————————————————— #25 MEMPHIS 1, ALABAMA 0 Aug. 26, 2011 2 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1 2 F Memphis (3-0-0) 0 1 1 Alabama (2-1-0) 0 0 0 Scoring Summary MEM - Oduro (2) (Hildebrandt), 64:31 Team Statistics Shots: ALA 11, MEM 14 Saves: ALA 6, MEM 1 Fouls: ALA 12, MEM 11 Corners: ALA 1, MEM 6 ———————————————————— #25 MEMPHIS 2, SAMFORD 0 Aug. 28, 2011 2 Birmingham, Ala. 1 2 F Memphis (4-0-0) 1 1 2 Samford (1-3-0) 0 0 0 Scoring Summary MEM - Kline (1) (Atkins), 31:36 MEM - Gomez-Junco (1) (unassisted), 82:22 Team Statistics Shots: SAM 7, MEM 18 Saves: SAM 6, MEM 2 Fouls: SAM 5, MEM 7 Corners: SAM 4, MEM 7

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Team Statistics Shots: Rice 8, MEM 16 Saves: Rice 3, MEM 7 Fouls: Rice 3, MEM 8 Corners: Rice 3, MEM 8 ————————————————————

Scoring Summary MEM - Smith (3) (unassisted), 89:15 Team Statistics Shots: MAR 11, MEM 27 Saves: MAR 9, MEM 3 Fouls: MAR 8, MEM 10 Corners: MAR 1, MEM 7 ————————————————————

4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 4 C-USA Championships 2 35 All-Conference Selections 2 2 All-Americans


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#6 MEMPHIS 2, EAST CAROLINA 0 Oct. 2, 2011 2 Greeneville, N.C. 1 2 F Memphis (12-0-0, 4-0-0) 1 1 2 East Carolina (5-4-1, 0-3-0) 0 0 0

#8 MEMPHIS 3, UTEP 0 Oct. 14, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F UTEP (10-4-2, 4-2-1) 0 0 0 Memphis (14-0-1, 6-0-1) 1 2 3

Scoring Summary MEM - OWN Goal (unassisted), 26:01 MEM - Ansari (4) (Gravlin, Oduro), 63:27

Scoring Summary MEM - Oduro (7) (Davis), 21:44 MEM - Ansari (5) (Simonin), 57:51 MEM - Simonin (5) (unassisted), 75:43

Team Statistics Shots: ECU 3, MEM 13 Saves: ECU 4, MEM 1 Fouls: ECU 8, MEM 7 Corners: ECU 5, MEM 6 ———————————————————— #6 MEMPHIS 3, SMU 0 Oct. 7, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 OT O2 SMU (7-5-1, 3-1-1) 2 1 0 0 Memphis (13-0-1, 4-0-1) 0 0 0 0

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Scoring Summary SMU - Elliott (unassisted), 25:45 SMU - Gaines (unassisted), 38:14 MEM - Oduro (6) (Kline), 70:20 MEM - Atkins (2) (unassisted), 70:51 MEM - Simonin (3) (unassisted), 76:03 SMU - Ambrose (unassisted), 88:24 Team Statistics Shots: SMU 10, MEM 31 Saves: SMU 8, MEM 5 Fouls: SMU 11, MEM 8 Corners: SMU 5, MEM 9 ———————————————————— #6 MEMPHIS 4, TULSA 0 Oct. 9, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F Tulsa (8-5-2, 2-3-1) 0 0 0 Memphis (13-0-1, 5-0-1) 2 2 4 Scoring Summary MEM - Simonin (4) (PK), 32:32 MEM - Gomez-Junco (4) (Hildebrandt), 36:13 MEM - Gomez-Junco (5) (Simonin), 64:48 MEM - Gomez-Junco (6) (unassisted), 75:52 Team Statistics Shots: TU 9, MEM 15 Saves: TU 6, MEM 3 Fouls: TU 6, MEM 9 Corners: TU 0, MEM 2 ————————————————————

Team Statistics Shots: UTEP 10, MEM 20 Saves: UTEP 3, MEM 4 Fouls: UTEP 10, MEM 11 Corners: UTEP 4, MEM 7 ———————————————————— #8 MEMPHIS 2, COLO. COLLEGE 1 Oct. 16, 2011 2 Memphis, Tenn. 1 2 F Colorado College (7-6-3, 5-2-1) 1 0 1 Memphis (15-0-1, 7-0-1) 1 1 2 Scoring Summary MEM - Gravlin (3) (unassisted), 29:20 CC - Ayers (PK) MEM - Oduro (8) (Smith), 61:06 Team Statistics Shots: CC 10, MEM 18 Saves: CC 5, MEM 3 Fouls: CC 10, MEM 15 Corners: CC 2, MEM 3



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