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2011 Guide


2011 Women’s Soccer Guide Table of Contents 2011 Season Outlook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 Missouri State Coaching Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 2011 Missouri State Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2011 Missouri State Bears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-30 Earliest/Latest Goals Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Statistical Leaders by Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 2010 Review/Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-53 2010 Missouri State Season Review. . . . . . . . . 32 2010 Season Stats and Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 2010 MVC Honors and Standings . . . . . . . . . . 34 Career Statistical Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Single-Season Statistical Leaders . . . . . . . . . . 35 All-Time Letterwinners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 All-Time Team Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Soccer Honors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Yearly Soccer Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-52 Records vs. All-Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 The Last Time.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 2011 Bears’ Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-59 The Missouri Valley Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . 59 University and Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-89 Tradition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61 Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-63 Sports Medicine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65 University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-67 Student Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69 Academics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70-71 Spirit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 In the Community. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Springfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74-75 In the Pros. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76-77 In the Spotlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78-79 Media Outlets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Administration Bios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81-86 Athletic Administration Photos . . . . . . . . . 87-88 Staff Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Booster Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 The 2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer Guide was written and edited by Tim Bohn with assistance from Rick Kindhart, Eric Doennig, Ben Adamson, Ashlee Russell and Chad Johnson. The guide covers were designed by Tim Bohn and photos were provided by Missouri State Photo Services, John Wall, director; and Kevin White, senior photographer. Additional photos reprinted courtesy of Branson Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau, Bill Greenblatt, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies/Miles Kennedy, Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Oakland Athletics, Mitchell Layton/Washington Nationals, Philadelphia Eagles and Colorado Rapids. Missouri State Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement

(approved by the Board of Governors October 1995, revised November 1999, December 2001, October 2003) Abridged Version - Missouri State University (MSU) is committed to an intercollegiate athletics program which complements the mission of the University and operates in accordance with the principles and regulations of the National College Athletic Association. As a member of various athletics conferences, Missouri State is committed to academic and athletics excellence, sound fiscal management practices, enhancement of the physical and educational welfare of student-athletes, equal opportunity, character development, principles of amateurism, as well as the fundamental values of sportsmanship, civility, and the common virtue of good citizenship.


2011 Season Outlook

Bears bring in talented newcomers looking to continue recent success Head Coach Rob Brewer begins his 16th season guiding the women’s soccer program in 2011. He is looking to continue and improve upon the success of back-to-back runner-up regular season conference finishes. Last season was the Bears’ third 10win season in the past five and second straight season with a 4-1-1 record in the Missouri Valley Conference. Missouri State returns eight starters from last year’s team, not including Rachel Weimer who was lost five games into the year. A solid defensive corp has become the norm for the Bears who will continue to search for more offensive punch. “If we can score goals this season,” asserted Brewer, “our defending could become easier. We have a solid team with skilled players at every position.” The Bears’ could record the 150th victory in school history this season. The Bears’ are 141-122-33 all-time.

She holds a career 0.89 goals against average, the best all-time for a Bear. Last season, she went 8-6-3 with a 0.96 GAA and recorded five shutouts. She turned in her best performance in the MVC Tournament semifinals saving four of the five Redbird penalty kicks in advancing Missouri State to the tournament championship match. Junior Chelsea Voet is a valuable asset for the Bears as a proven veteran. Last season, she held opponents off the scoreboard all 105plus minutes that she was in net. In seven career appearances, Voet has allowed just one goal. “Our goalkeepers are outstanding,” said Brewer. “If Teahan returns to form and Voet continues to improve, we are very solid at the keeper position.”

GOALKEEPERS The goalkeeping corp is arguably the Bears most reliable position. Senior Jessica Teahan returns as a twotime reigning All-MVC first-team goalkeeper and was selected to the preseason All-MVC team this season.

Nia Williams

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DEFENDERS The Bears will shuffle things up a bit on the backline this season. With 2010 MVC Defensive Player of the Year Jordan Reppell and fellow backliner Sarah Linsin graduated, MSU has to fill two of the four defenders. Junior Nia Williams will step into the leadership role on defense as she has started every match of her career on defense. She led the Bears with six assists a season ago, the most by a Bear since Sarah Guenther had seven assists in 2004. Williams was named

Jennifer Hamlin to the All-MVC second team and will take most of the Bears’ set pieces. She was recognized as a preseason All-MVC selection this fall. Senior Jennifer Hamlin filled in admirably as an outside back last season. She was often paired with the opposing team’s leading forward and did well to keep them in check. Her flexibility could allow for a move to the midfield this season. Fellow senior Christine Cross returned to form last season after sitting out 2009 with an injury. She is also a versatile asset and can slot into the midfield for the Bears. The biggest change on the Bears’ defense could be the move of the leading scorer among returners, Tiffany Laughlin, to the backline. She is such a talented player that she could fill one of the open center back positions. Freshmen Kelsey Fouch and Brooke Oostendorp come in with an eye for a starting backline position. Senior Jeslynne McGrath and freshmen Kali Kuse and McKenzi Payton could also see time on defense. “It will be tough to replace Jordan (Reppell) and Linny (Sarah Linsin),” continued Brewer. “We are rebuilding the backline, but the players we have are experienced and should do well.”

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2011 Season Outlook “We have a lot of flexibility in the midfield,” Brewer stated. “We have some solid returners and hope to find a good combination at the position.”

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MIDFIELDERS The Bears have a plethora of skilled players at midfield. Junior Michelle Sommer scored three goals, including two overtime game-winners, and added an assist. She has a knack for scoring late as three of her four career goals have come in the 79th minute or later. Fellow junior Grace Cross returns as an All-MVC second teamer from 2010. She scored the game-winning goal with just six seconds left in the Bears’ 1-0 win over Indiana State last season. She gives the Bears added options as a midfielder as she can join the attack or drop and defend. Her versatility could move her to the backline if needed. Senior Tara Bailes is solid after joining the starting corp last season. She scored two goals, including a game-winner over Oklahoma, and added a game-winning assist against Indiana State last year. Aside from Christine Cross and Hamlin sliding up to midfield, others that could see time at the position include: Jessica Roberts, Michelle Mayne-Nicholls, Logan Bisbee, Kayla Kemp, Kali Kuse, Adrianne Kalogerou, Kelly Caldwell, Katie Davis, Kelsey Fouch and Emily Jordan. Roberts enters the season in great shape after getting 10 starts last season.

FORWARDS The Bears added two solid forwards to the team this season. Redshirt sophomore Rachel Weimer looks to return to form after missing most of last season with injury. She provides speed and scored two goals in her five matches played last season. Freshman Bethany Smith joins the team after a prolific club and prep career that included state and national titles. She will push returners Shelby Stewart, Katelyn Frederickson and Lauren Wendt for playing time.

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Frederickson scored a goal and added four assists last season in 19 appearances and 17 starts. Stewart contributed three assists as a reserve, appearing in 18 of the Bears’ 19 matches. Wendt looked good in spring exhibition play after making 14 appearances in 2010. Kelsey Loderhose will join the mix as well. “Getting Rachel (Weimer) back is a great addition to the offense, if she is healthy,” Brewer explained. “Bethany Smith is a player that has a scoring touch and can take our team up a notch.”

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SCHEDULE The Bears will begin the season with a four-game non-conference road trip to UALR, UAPB, UT Martin and Vanderbilt. Then as September begins, the Bears face Kansas at home and a trip to Oklahoma and Arkansas before returning home to face Tulsa and Oral Roberts. UMKC and Saint Louis round out the home non-conference schedule on Sept. 16 and 25, respectively. A trip to SIU Edwardsville on Oct. 9 breaks up the conference schedule. MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE The Bears finished 4-1-1 in the MVC in 2010 and will once again be faced with a difficult conference schedule. Missouri State heads to Indiana State on Sept. 23 to begin the conference slate. The Bears will get visits from Illinois State and Drake on Sept. 30 and Oct. 7 looking to avenge their only loss and draw in MVC play last season. A trip to Creighton on Oct. 15 will test the Bears before the final home game of the regular season against UNI on Oct. 22. MSU will wrap up the regular season at Evansville on Oct. 27. “Creighton and Illinois State are very good and the rest of the league has strong returners and solid freshmen,” said Brewer. “The entire league looks very strong again this season.” The State Farm MVC Tournament will be held at Cooper Field in Springfield, on November 4-6.


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Head Coach Rob Brewer 16th Season • Lynchburg College, 1977

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Head coach Rob Brewer begins his 16th season leading the Missouri State women’s soccer program. Overall, Missouri State has produced a 141-122-33 record during Brewer’s tenure. The 1999 Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year has produced 75 all-conference selections and 53 academic all-conference honorees. In 15 seasons as a program, the team has only three losing seasons. Brewer’s 2010 squad went 10-6-3 overall and 4-1-1 in MVC play, finishing second in the Valley for a secondstraight season. It was Brewer’s third 10-win season in the last five years. His team made its 15th-consecutive trip to the MVC Tournament and took regular season conference champion Creighton to overtime of the MVC Tournament finals before ending its season in heartbreaking fashion. In 2009, Brewer led the Bears to a 9-6-3 overall record and a 4-1-1 conference finish. MSU finished a half game behind Illinois State for the conference title; the second-place finish was the highest conference finish in Brewer’s tenure. The team reached the semifinals for the second-straight season and third time in four seasons before dropping a road decision to Creighton in overtime, 2-1. Brewer led the 2008 squad to a 10-7-2 record and the conference semifinals before Evansville eliminated the Bears from the MVC Tournament. It was the sixth time Brewer had reached double-digit wins in a season at Missouri State. The 2007 Bears squad ended the season with an overall record of 6-11-2 and a 2-2-2 Missouri Valley Conference record. Brewer’s squad made it’s 12th trip to the State Farm MVC Tournament and earned a fifth-place finish in the Valley. The Bears defensive line was strong, holding opponent offenses to a 0.81 goals-against average. Missouri State suffered a tough offensive drought, scoring the lowest number of goals (16) and points (43) in Missouri State history in a single season. In 2006, Brewer and the Bears’ program celebrated their 100th win with a 2-1 overtime victory over Alabama A&M on Sept. 8 at the Arkansas Lady Razorback Classic. The squad had many highs and lows. The team’s six-match winning streak from Sept. 1-17 tied a school record for consecutive victories. The Bears would win only three of their last 12 matches, however, to finish 10-9-2. MSU rebounded to avenge a regular season loss to Illinois State by knocking off the Redbirds in the first round of the MVC Tournament in Normal. A 1-0 overtime loss to MVC

Rob Brewer at Missouri State Year Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. GS GA 1996 9-11-0 .450 0-3-0 .000 40 36 1997 12-7-2 .619 2-2-1 .500 38 31 1998 4-14-1 .237 2-4-0 .333 18 56 1999 14-7-1 .659 3-3-0 .500 65 23 2000 12-11-1 .521 4-3-0 .571 49 35 2001 10-9-1 .525 2-4-0 .333 30 29 2002 8-7-3 .528 3-2-2 .571 21 23 2003 9-9-3 .500 5-2-0 .714 22 25 2004 9-4-4 .647 3-2-2 .643 29 13 2005 9-4-5 .639 3-1-2 .667 27 20 2006 10-9-2 .524 2-3-1 .417 32 23 2007 6-11-2 .368 2-2-2 .500 16 16 2008 10-7-2 .578 3-3-0 .500 31 19 2009 9-6-3 .583 4-1-1 .750 22 16 2010 10-6-3 .605 4-1-1 .750 26 18 Totals 141-122-33 .532 40-34-9 .536 423 347 champion Drake ended the Bears’ season. The 2005 Bears ended the season with an overall record of 9-4-5 and a 3-1-2 Missouri Valley Conference record. Brewer made his 10th consecutive trip to the State Farm MVC Tournament and landed a third-place finish in the Valley. With the finish, the Bears matched the best regular season finish in MSU school history. In 2004, the Bears finished with an overall record of 9-4-4 and a 3-2-2 record in the MVC, finishing the season tied for fourth place in the league. The year also saw three MSU all-time team records set in fewest goals allowed (13), goals-against average (0.73) and fewest saves (97). In 2000, Missouri State won its first MVC Tournament championship and made its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The squad finished the season 12-11-1 overall and set a single-season team record with 11 shutouts. In 2003, Brewer guided the Bears to a 9-9-3 overall record and a 5-2-0 MVC mark. The Bears advanced to the MVC tournament semifinals for the seventh time in eight years before losing 1-0 to eventual champion Illinois State. Brewer led the Bears to their fourth straight winning season at 8-7-3 and a winning MVC conference record of 3-2-2 in 2002. Northern Iowa spoiled the Bears’ chances of advancing to the MVC tournament semifinals for the seventh straight season, however, by defeating the Bears,

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2-0, in the play-in game. In 2001, Brewer and the women’s soccer team enjoyed postseason success for the third straight season. After an up-and-down season, Missouri State entered the tournament as a fifth seed, beating fourth-seeded Drury in a tournament play-in game to earn a second straight semifinal game against Illinois State. Missouri State upset topseeded Illinois State, 2-0, earning the Bears a spot in the championship for the third straight season. In the final game, Missouri State lost a heartbreaker to Evansville, 2-1, spoiling its hopes of reaching the NCAA Tournament for the second straight season. In 1999, Missouri State posted a 14-7-1 record and finished runner-up at the Valley tournament after a grueling 3-2 loss to Evansville in three overtime periods. That season, Missouri State set team records for goals scored (65), assists (52) and wins (14). A 1977 graduate of Lynchburg (Va.) College, Brewer came to Missouri State after seven years at Elon (N.C.) College, where he was assistant professor of physical education and served stints as coach of the men’s and women’s soccer teams. During his tenure, Elon made the move from NAIA affiliation to NCAA Division II in 1992-93. Brewer enjoyed tremendous success with the Elon women’s soccer team, serving as the program’s leader from 1989 to

1993 and compiling a 6828-2 record, including four straight conference titles. In 1992, he was named the NAIA Regional Coach of the Year after leading the Lady Fightin’ Christians to a 19-6 mark, an NAIA regional championship and a spot in the national semifinals in Tacoma, Wash. In each of his first two coaching jobs, from 1985 to 1989 at Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk and from 1978 to 1985 at Roanoke College in Salem, Va., Brewer took men’s teams with sub-.500 records and turned them into winners, producing 11 consecutive winning seasons. At Roanoke, he coached current Missouri State men’s soccer coach Jon Leamy for four seasons. Brewer, who earned his master’s degree in education from Virginia Tech in 1981, was a standout soccer player at Lynchburg and competed as a high jumper on the Hornets’ track and field team. He won the school’s Outstanding Male Athlete Award as a senior in 1977 and was inducted into the Lynchburg Sports Hall of Fame in 1990. The Lynchburg, Va., native was selected by the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee to serve on the Central Regional Advisory Committee in February of 1998. Brewer and his wife, Karen, have two daughters, Katie and Molly.

Assistant Coach Drew Fitzgerald 1st Season • Texas A&M, 2001 Drew Fitzgerald begins his first season as an assistant coach for the Bears after spending 2010 as a volunteer assistant coach with the team. Before coming to Missouri State, Fitzgerald spent four seasons as a women’s soccer assistant coach at McNeese State. As an assistant with the Cowgirls, he helped the squad to an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2006. He also helped guide the team to the Southland Conference Championship in 2007. In 2008, he aided the team, which reached the Southland Conference Tournament finals. Fitzgerald was the head coach of the Texas A&M men’s

club soccer team before landing at McNeese State. As head coach of A&M’s club team, he led them to the 2004 NIRSA National Championship. His team was undefeated that season. Fitzgerald earned a B.S. in Journalism (2001) and an M.S. in Sport Management (2005) from Texas A&M. He also received his NSCAA National Diploma, Goalkeeper I & II diploma and the USSF National “D” License. Drew and his wife, Ashleigh, live in Springfield. Ashleigh is the head volleyball coach at Drury University in Springfield.

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2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer Players

Front Row (L-R): Nia Williams, Kali Kuse, Kelsey Fouch, Kelly Caldwell, Adrianne Kalogerou, Rachel Weimer, Logan Bisbee, Emily Jordan Middle Row: Jessica Teahan, Brooke Oostendorp, Jennifer Hamlin, Michelle Mayne-Nicholls, Katelyn Frederickson, Michelle Sommer, Grace Cross, Jessica Roberts, Shelby Stewart, Kelsey Loderhose, Chelsea Voet Back Row: Katie Davis, Kayla Kemp, Jeslynne McGrath, Tiffany Laughlin, Lauren Wendt, Christine Cross, Tara Bailes, McKenzi Payton, Bethany Smith

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No. Name 0 Chelsea Voet** 1 Jessica Teahan*** 2 Jennifer Hamlin*** 3 Rachel Weimer* 4 Brooke Oostendorp 5 Katelyn Frederickson* 6 Katie Davis 7 Shelby Stewart* 8 Bethany Smith 9 Tara Bailes*** 10 Kelsey Fouch 11 Christine Cross*** 12 Jessica Roberts* 13 Lauren Wendt* 14 Tiffany Laughlin* 15 Grace Cross** 16 Nia Williams** 17 Jeslynne McGrath** 18 Michelle Mayne-Nicholls 19 Kayla Kemp 20 Logan Bisbee*** 21 Kali Kuse 22 Emily Jordan 23 Michelle Sommer** 24 Kelly Caldwell* 25 McKenzi Payton 26 Kelsey Loderhose 27 Adrianne Kalogerou*

Pos. Ht. GK 5-7 GK 5-10 D 5-6 F 5-4 D 5-7 F 5-6 M/F 5-8 M/F 5-9 F 5-7 M 5-6 M/D 5-5 M/D 5-6 F 5-7 M/F 5-9 M 5-8 M 5-7 D 5-4 M 5-6 M 5-5 M 5-9 M 5-7 M/D 5-4 M 5-4 M 5-7 M 5-7 D 5-8 F 5-4 M 5-4

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr. R-So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So.

Hometown-High School Omaha, Neb. (Millard North High) Lenexa, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas) Swansea, Ill. (Althoff Catholic High) Bonner Springs, Kan. (St. James Academy) St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell North High) St. Louis, Mo. (Nerinx Hall High) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit West High) Springfield, Mo. (Parkview High) Overland Park, Kan. (St. James Academy) Springfield, Mo. (Springfield Catholic High) St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell North High) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit North High) Mountain Grove, Mo. (Mountain Grove High) Troy, Ill. (Triad High) Florissant, Mo. (Pattonville High) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit North High) Roeland Park, Kan. (St. James Academy) Clear Lake, Iowa (Clear Lake High) Rogers, Ark. (Rogers High) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit West High) Pleasant Hill, Mo. (Ray-Pec High) Camdenton, Mo. (Camdenton High) Springfield, Mo. (Glendale High) Tecumseh, Kan. (Hayden High) Norwalk, Ohio (Norwalk High) Springfield, Mo. (Parkview High) Springfield, Mo. (Parkview High) Glen Carbon, Ill. (Edwardsville High)

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Tara Bailes

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5’ 6” • Senior • M • Springfield, Mo. • Springfield Catholic High At Missouri State: Tara Bailes will be looked upon to provide leadership both on and off the field during her senior season. 2010: Bailes became a full-time starter in her junior campaign, starting all 19 matches. She tied a career high by scoring two goals in 2010 and netted her first career game-winner. She scored her first goal of the season at Tulsa (9/5). The very next game, her goal in the 67th minute was the eventual game-winner in the 3-2 victory over Oklahoma (9/10) at Plaster Field. Her only assist of the season was on Grace Cross’ game-winning goal with just six seconds left in regulation in a 1-0 win over Indiana State (10/1). She was tied for fourth on the team in shots taken (22) and shots on goal (12). Off the field, Bailes was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-Central Region honorable mention team. 2009: Bailes saw playing time in all 18 matches for Missouri State. She was in the starting lineup at Arkansas (8/30) and against UMKC (9/16). She registered her only goal of the season in the 2-0 win over Austin Peay (8/28). Bailes also tallied two assists on the season, one against UALR (9/4) and the other against Drake (10/18).

matches. She got the starting nod twice. She scored two goals on the season, one each in wins over Nicholls State (9/19) and Indiana State (10/31). Her lone assist also came in the win over Nicholls State. She had 14 shots, seven of which were on goal. Background: Bailes joined the Bears from Springfield Catholic High School. Bailes was a four-time all-state, all-region, all-district and All-Ozarks Conference selection. A team captain her junior and senior years, she is her high school’s career leader in points and is the record-holder for most points in a season (99). Bailes led Springfield Catholic to four state quarterfinal appearances and was also selected to the Southwest Missouri All-Star team. Personal: Bailes is the daughter of Scott and Jo Anne Bailes and was born June 13, 1989. Bailes is a general business major. Her father played baseball for the Bears in 1981 and spent nine years in the majors with the Indians, Rangers and Angels.

2008: Bailes received her first letter after playing in all 19

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Logan Bisbee

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5’ 7” • Senior • M • Pleasant Hill, Mo. • Raymore-Peculiar High At Missouri State: Logan Bisbee gives the Bears an experienced option at midfield this season. 2010: Bisbee scored her lone goal on 2010 in the final minute of the first half in the match against Arkansas (9/12). She also recorded shots in matches against UALR (8/27) and at UMKC (9/26).

Personal: Bisbee is the daughter of Glen and Tamra Bisbee and was born December 2, 1989. She is majoring in biology education at Missouri State.

2009: Bisbee earned a second letter and saw playing time in a career-high 11 matches in a reserve role. 2008: A first-year letterwinner, Bisbee saw action in seven matches off the bench. She scored her only goal of the season on her only shot of the season in the win over Nicholls State (9/19).

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Background: Bisbee served as team captain her senior year, leading Raymore-Peculiar High to one of its most successful soccer seasons. She was voted the defensive MVP of her team her final three years, as well as team MVP her senior campaign. Bisbee received first-team all-district honors for her junior and senior seasons and second-team all-conference accolades all four years of high school.

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Christine Cross

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5’ 6” • Senior • M/D • Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit North High At Missouri State: Christine Cross is a versatile asset for the Bears as a midfielder or a defender. 2010: In her return from injury, Cross played in every match, starting 17 times. She assisted on Tiffany Laughlin’s gamewinning goal against UALR (8/27). She recorded shots in matches at UNI (9/24) and versus Evansville (10/28). 2009: Cross redshirted the season due to injury. 2008: Cross was named All-MVC honorable mention and received her second letter during her sophomore season. She tallied two goals and five assists on the season. She scored her goals in victories over SIU Edwardsville (9/28) and Creighton (10/20). She set a career high with two assists in the 3-0 win at UNI (10/10). Her other three assists also came in wins at SEMO (8/29), vs. Nicholls State (9/19) and at Oral Roberts (9/26). Cross started 16 of her 19 matches played.

Background: Cross led Lee’s Summit North to four district championships, earning first-team all-district honors all four years and setting the school’s career assists record with 19. She helped lead the Broncos to the state semifinals as a senior, earning second-team all-conference and first-team all-area accolades. In Cross’s junior season, the team went undefeated during conference play, won sectionals and competed in the state quarterfinals. She was voted to the all-conference second team and the allarea first team. Cross also earned first-team all-conference honors as a freshman. The Lee’s Summit, Mo., native played for the KC Dynamos club team. Personal: Cross is the daughter of Forbes and Wendy Cross and was born August 17, 1988. She is a social work major. Her sister, Grace, is a junior on the team this year.

2007: In her freshman campaign, Cross played in all 19 matches and made four starts. She tallied two points on two assists in wins over Murray State (9/12) and UNI (10/19). Cross was selected to the Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman team.

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Jennifer Hamlin

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5’ 6” • Senior • D • Swansea, Ill. • Althoff Catholic High At Missouri State: Jennifer Hamlin is a reliable defender who will look to take on a full-time starting role in her senior season. 2010: Hamlin did a fantastic job filling the backline for the Bears in 2010 often matching up with the opponents best offensive player, especially late in the season. She saw playing time in 17 matches and was tapped for the starting role on eight occasions. She registered two shots from her backline position including a strike on net in the MVC Tournament semifinals against Illinois State (11/5).

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Background: Hamlin led the Althoff Catholic Crusaders to four-straight conference championships, earning all-conference honors all four years. As a freshman, Hamlin’s team placed third at the state finals and set a new record for the most wins in a single season (25) at Althoff Catholic. Hamlin was an all-sectional pick as a senior, leading her team to a second-place state finish. Personal: Hamlin is the daughter of Britt and Susan Hamlin and was born May 2, 1990. She is majoring in dietetics at Missouri State.

2009: Hamlin saw playing time in all 18 matches for the Bears. She was tabbed for the starting lineup against Stephen F. Austin (9/11), Oral Roberts (9/13) and at Creighton (10/3). She notched the game-winning assist on Jenna Dobkins’ goal in the Bears’ victory over Oral Roberts (9/13). A second-year letterwinner, Hamlin recorded 11 shots, six on goal. 2008: Hamlin received her first letter after assisting on three goals in 2008. Two of Hamlin’s assists were on game-winning goals to Kelsey Finders against UALR (8/24) and to Jenna Laughlin against SIU Edwardsville (9/28). Her other assist was on Samantha Aguilar’s goal against No. 18 Kansas (9/12). Hamlin played in 17 matches for the Bears.

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18-3

11

0

1

1

0

2010

17-8

2

0

0

0

0

Career

52-11

14

0

4

4

0

Missouri State University


Jeslynne McGrath

#17

5’ 6” • Senior • M • Clear Lake, Iowa • Clear Lake High At Missouri State: Jeslynne McGrath will give the Bears an experienced option at midfield this season. 2010: McGrath subbed into four matches for the Bears in her junior season. She recorded her first career shot in the match at Kansas (9/19). 2009: McGrath earned her first letter while playing in two matches in a reserve role. 2008: McGrath came off the bench to play in six matches in 2008. Background: McGrath competed for Clear Lake High School and for the Ankeny Soccer Club. Her club team was selected to attend several college showcase tournaments and finished at the top of the Mid-West Regional League. She was voted team captain for two consecutive years, was an honorable mention all-state pick as a senior, as well as a three-time all-conference selection. McGrath was selected to the ODP State Team three consecutive years. Personal: McGrath is the daughter of Steve and Tricia McGrath and was born January 4, 1990. She is majoring in special education.

Jeslynne McGrath at Missouri State Year

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2008

6-0

0

0

0

0

0

2009

2-0

0

0

0

0

0

2010

4-0

1

0

0

0

0

Career

12-0

1

0

0

0

0

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer

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Jessica Teahan

#1

5’ 10” • Senior • GK • Lenexa, Kan. • St. Thomas Aquinas At Missouri State: Jessica Teahan returns to the net as a two-time reigning All-MVC first-team goalkeeper. 2010: Teahan repeated as a first-team All-MVC selection after leading the Bears to a second-place finish in the conference for a second-straight season. She was also named to the MVC All-Tournament team after making saves on four of the five shootout attempts by Illinois State to advance the Bears to the finals. Teahan was named to the MVC ScholarAthlete first team, the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District VII second team and the NSCAA Scholar All-Central Region second team for her hard work in the classroom.

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2009: Teahan stepped into the starting role admirably, recording seven shutouts and a 0.86 goals against average, the third-best single season in both categories. For her stellar play, Teahan was named to the All-MVC first team and earned MVC Defensive Player of the Week honors twice (9/21 and 10/12). Teahan recorded three consecutive shutouts from Sept. 13-18, totaling nearly 426 minutes without allowing a goal, the longest streak by a Bear since 2006. Off the field, Teahan was named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete first team.

and were ranked fourth nationally in the NSCAA final poll. The state championship was the third-straight title for St. Thomas Aquinas. Teahan was named the Eastern Kansas League Goalie of the Year and was a first-team all-state, Kansas City All-Metro, all-region and allconference selection following the season. As a junior, Teahan recorded 10 shutouts for the Saints. Teahan also played between the pipes for the nationally-ranked KC Dynamos club team and was on the Kansas state ODP Team. In 2006, Teahan was selected as a member of the Regional II Pool. Also an outstanding student,Teahan graduated summa cum laude, was a member of the National Honor Society and was a first-team academic all-state honoree. Personal: Teahan is the daughter of Vince and Sally Teahan and was born August 16, 1989. Her sister, Rachel, attended Missouri State. Teahan is an early childhood education major.

2008: The first year letterwinner saw action in four matches,

spelling Jackie Jasper in net. Teahan did not allow a goal in 79 minutes of action.

Jessica Teahan at Missouri State Year

2007: Teahan redshirted her first season with Missouri 2007 State. 2008 Background: Teahan led her club team to a national 2009 runner-up finish in 2011. She guarded the goal for Kansas 5A state champion St. Thomas Aquinas in 2010 Overland Park, Kan., in 2007. The Saints finished 18-1 Career

MP-MS

Min

SV GA

GAA SO

W-L-T

Redshirted Season 4-0

79:00

0

0

0.00

0

0-0-0

18-18

1570:08

82

15

0.86

7

9-6-3

19-19

1687:23

80

18

0.96

5

8-6-3

41-37

3336:31 162

33

0.89

Missouri State University

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Kelly Caldwell

#24

5’ 7” • Junior • M • Norwalk, Ohio • Norwalk High At Missouri State: Kelly Caldwell is working hard to see more playing time at midfield this season. 2010: Caldwell saw game action in two home matches, versus UALR (8/27) and UT Martin (8/29). 2009: Caldwell saw playing time off the bench against Oral Roberts (9/13) and SIU Edwardsville (10/25). Background: Caldwell was a three-time letterwinner at Norwalk High after living in Alabama during her freshman year. She was named all-district honorable mention, team captain, Team Midfielder of the Year and won the Tough Girl Award her senior year at Norwalk, leading the Truckers to a 13-2-2 record. She has played for club teams, Cleveland United SC and the Decatur (Ala.) Raptors. Caldwell led both teams to second-place state finishes during her junior and freshman years, respectively. She led Cleveland United to a third-place finish in the 2009 Continental Cup and an undefeated season in the Midwest Regional League. Caldwell also competed in basketball and track during her high school years. Personal: Caldwell is the daughter of David and Tammy Caldwell and was born April 29, 1991. She is majoring in fashion merchandising at MSU. Her brothers, David (Lindenwood) and Clayton (IUPUI), played collegiate soccer.

Kelly Caldwell at Missouri State Year

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G

A

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2009

2-0

0

0

0

0

0

2010

2-0

0

0

0

0

0

Career

4-0

0

0

0

0

0

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer

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Grace Cross

#15

5’ 7” • Junior • M • Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit North High At Missouri State: Grace Cross will be a key midfielder for the Bears in her junior season. 2010: Cross scored her first career goal at a pivotal time in the season. Her goal came with six seconds left in the match in a Bears’ 1-0 shutout win in the conference home opener against Indiana State (10/1). She also recorded her first career assist which came on the game-winning goal in the regular season finale versus Evansville (10/28). For her stellar play during her sophomore season, Cross was named to the All-MVC second team and the MVC Scholar-Athlete honorable mention squad.

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named second-team all-metro for her senior season. Personal: Cross is the daughter of Forbes and Wendy Cross and was born March 3, 1991. Her sister, Christine, also plays for Missouri State. She is an accounting major at Missouri State.

2009: Cross was a first-year letterwinner and appeared in 12 matches for the Bears. She received a starting assignment in four matches. She registered two shots on goal and five shots total on the season. Background: Cross joined older sister Christine on the MSU roster in 2009 after enjoying a stellar four-year career at Lee’s Summit North High for coach Tim Richardson. The three-time all-state, all-district and all-conference honoree missed her junior year due to injury. Cross’s teams won conference and district titles the three seasons she played, finishing second in state during her senior campaign and combining to go 64-9-2 overall in her three seasons. She was

Grace Cross at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

Sh

G

A

Pts.

GW

2009

12-4

5

0

0

0

0

2010

19-19

12

1

1

3

1

Career

31-23

17

1

1

3

1

Missouri State University


Emily Jordan

#22

5’ 4” • Junior • M • Springfield, Mo. • Glendale High At Missouri State: Emily Jordan will compete for playing time at midfield for the Bears this season.

Background: Jordan spent two seasons as a starter for head coach Dan Weiler at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. Jordan was also a four-year starter during her high school career at Glendale High, where she received firstteam all-conference and first-team all-district honors her junior and senior years. She was also a second-team allstate honoree her senior season. She scored the gamewinning goal that sent Glendale to its first-ever state tournament in 2009. Personal: Jordan is the daughter of Robert and Sara Jordan and was born December 19, 1990. She is an exercise and movement science major at Missouri State.

15 Earliest and Latest Goals Scored in MSU History Date 9/27/09 10/20/97 11/1/01 9/21/97 8/22/10 8/28/05 9/26/08 8/29/99 10/9/98

Earliest Goal to Begin a Match Player Opponent Time of Goal Becky Handley UNI 0:21 Shannis Stock Missouri S&T 0:27 Ann-Marie Russell Drury 0:51 Mitzi Rouse Northern Arizona 1:00 Brooke Williams North Texas 1:10 Chelsea Anderson UALR 1:12 Jenna Dobkins Oral Roberts 1:14 Debbie Stark Southeast Missouri St. 1:32 Mitzi Rouse Valparaiso 1:48

Date 8/28/09 9/10/06 10/1/96 9/12/10 8/25/06 10/22/10 9/3/10 9/1/02

Latest Goal of First Half Player Opponent Time of Goal Tara Bailes Austin Peay 44:51 Angela Parsons Louisiana Tech 44:31 Jennifer Goodloe Southwest Baptist 44:30 Logan Bisbee Arkansas 44:30 Emily Wright Arkansas 44:20 Sarah Linsin Creighton 44:19 Sarah Linsin Oral Roberts 44:14 Tracy Allen UT Martin 44:10

Date 9/21/97 10/15/99 9/5/99 8/27/99

Earliest Goal to Begin Second Half Player Opponent Time of Goal Jamie Hautzinger Northern Arizona 46:13 Jamie Hautzinger UALR 46:30 Alina Alaimo Mississippi State 46:53 Jennifer Eickmeier Tulsa 47:00

Date 9/22/04 10/1/10 9/23/01 10/14/97 9/15/99 8/31/99 9/5/99 10/1/96 10/29/00 9/22/02 9/12/07 10/12/01 10/24/99

Latest Goal in Regulation Player Opponent Time of Goal Kate Hercules UALR 89:57 Grace Cross Indiana State 89:54 Ann-Marie Russell IPFW 89:51 Angela Baca Rockhurst 89:40 Mandy Fisher Saint Louis 89:15 Elizabeth Unruh Oral Roberts 88:33 Sarah Houska Mississippi State 88:08 Alissa Donaldson Southwest Baptist 88:00 Katie DeCarlo UNI 88:00 Mary Litvan Mississippi State 87:54 Jenna Dobkins Murray State 87:46 Katie DeCarlo Indiana State 87:25 April Lee Creighton 87:14

Date 9/7/01 9/30/05 10/8/99 10/24/99 8/25/06 11/3/00 9/26/10 9/29/02 10/14/97 9/8/06 8/26/05

Latest Goal in Overtime Player Opponent Time of Goal Julia Yank Tulsa 119:20 Allison Osmundson Indiana State 118:20 April Lee Arkansas 110:33 Debbie Stark Creighton 103:08 Caroline Sweeney Arkansas 100:57 Julia Yank Illinois State 100:03 Michelle Sommer UMKC 99:15 Tracy Allen Tulsa 99:07 Angela Baca Rockhurst 98:37 Caroline Sweeney Alabama A&M 96:51 Kate Blair Arkansas State 94:46

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer


Jessica Roberts

#12

5’ 7” • Junior • F • Mountain Grove, Mo. • Mountain Grove High At Missouri State: Jessica Roberts looks to hone her skills and bring energy to the Bears’ front line. 2010: Roberts played in 17 matches for the Bears getting the starting nod on 10 occasions. Her 16 shots taken were seventh-best on the team. She recorded a season-high three shots on Aug. 29 against UT Martin.

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Background: Roberts came to Missouri State after spending 2009 at the Illinois Institute of Technology. She scored three goals and added four assists for head coach Lee Hitchen. She started 10 matches and played in 17 at IIT. Roberts’ prep career included one season at Springfield’s Kickapoo High before transferring to Mountain Grove. During her freshman campaign at Kickapoo, she led her squad to the conference and district title and a state sectional appearance. Roberts also played for Springfield Soccer Club. She was a three-year member of the track and field team once at Mountain Grove, where she holds the 300 meter hurdle school record. Personal: Roberts is the daughter of Mike and Lynda Matthews and was born August 23, 1991. She is an exercise and movement science major at Missouri State.

Jessica Roberts at Missouri State Year

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Sh

G

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GW

2010

17-10

16

0

0

0

0

Career

17-10

16

0

0

0

0

Missouri State University


Michelle Sommer

#23

5’ 7” • Junior • M • Tecumseh, Kan. • Hayden High At Missouri State: Michelle Sommer looks to be a key contributor on offense for the Bears this season. 2010: Sommer gave the Bears two overtime wins with key goals in the extra period. She scored game-winning overtime goals in 2-1 wins at UMKC (9/26) and versus Creighton (10/22). Her third goal of the season came in the conference-opening win at UNI (9/24). She also tallied her first career assist at a key moment of the season. It came in the MVC Tournament semifinal match against Illinois State (11/5). Off the pitch, Sommer earned MVC ScholarAthlete honorable mention accolades.

finish her senior season. Personal: Sommer is the daughter of Mark and Becky Sommer and was born September 24, 1990. She is majoring in cell and molecular biology at MSU.

2009: Sommer appeared in 17 of the Bears 18 matches. She started four matches at midfield for MSU. She scored her lone goal of the season at UALR (9/4). She tallied 12 shots, good for eighth on the team, with four shots on goal. Background: Sommer was named team MVP her sophomore, junior and senior seasons as the team captain. Her freshman year, she was named newcomer of the year. She was named to the all-league and all-region first team all four years as the Wildcats won 40 matches over the span of her career. Sommer also received all-state and all-city honors all four years. She also played basketball all four years of high school, leading her team to a state runner-up

Michelle Sommer at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

Sh

G

A

Pts.

GW

2009

17-4

12

1

0

2

0

2010

18-13

29

3

1

7

2

Career

35-17

41

4

1

9

2

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer

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Chelsea Voet

#0

5’ 7” • Junior • GK • Omaha, Neb. • Millard North High At Missouri State: Chelsea Voet will continue to push for playing time in net while preparing to take over the starting role in 2012. 2010: Voet saw action in four matches off the bench. She did not allow a goal in those four appearances and earned victories over UMKC (9/26) and SIU Edwardsville (10/3). 2009: A first-year letterwinner, Voet saw action in a reserve role in three matches during her freshman campaign. She recorded 117:22 in playing time making seven saves and allowing just one goal for a 0.77 goals against average. One of the matches she played in saw her enter in the eighth minute and preserve a shutout of conference foe UNI (9/27).

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Background: Voet finished her senior season at Millard North High as the all-time saves leader in school history (358) and holds the single season (135) and single game (19) record for saves. In three seasons as a starter, she owned a 49-10-0 record with 38 shutouts. As a junior, she led the state of Nebraska with a 0.37 goals against average while helping the Mustangs to an 18-1 record and their second state championship in three years. She earned second-team all-state honors her junior and senior seasons and honorable mention accolades as a sophomore in 2007. That season, Voet had 135 saves and a 0.75 GAA while her team made it

to the state semifinals. Voet was also team captain for her club team Arsenal Primo for the past four years, leading them to the State Cup each season. Year

Chelsea Voet at Missouri State MP-MS

3-0 Personal: Voet is the daughter of Perry and Vicki 2009 Voet and was born February 6, 1991. Voet plans to be 2010 4-0 an exercise and movement science major. Career 7-0

Missouri State University

Min

SV GA

GAA SO

W-L-T

117:22

7

1

0.77

0

0-0-0

105:47

8

0

0.00

0

2-0-0

223:09

15

0

0.40

0

2-0-0


Rachel Weimer

#3

5’ 4” • RS Sophomore • F • Bonner Springs, Kan. • St. James Academy At Missouri State: Rachel Weimer looks to return from injury and provide an offensive spark for the Bears this season. 2010: Weimer got off to a fast start in 2010 before suffering a season-ending injury in the fifth match of the year. She registered a point in each of the first three matches of the season, beginning with an assist in the second minute of the first game. She followed that up with goals against UALR (8/27) and the game-winner versus UT Martin (8/29).

and 17-3-1 record, respectively, her senior and junior seasons. She scored both goals in the 2-1 championship victory match in 2009. A four-year all-academic honoree, Weimer was also named all-state, all-metro and all-county each of her final three seasons. Personal: Weimer is the daughter of Darrin and Cindy Weimer and was born November 29, 1990. She is an exercise and movement science major.

2009: Weimer played in every match for MSU, getting the starting nod on 13 occasions. She scored her first career goal, the game winner, against Austin Peay (8/28). Two games later, she notched her second goal at UALR (9/4). Her only assist of the season came on Becky Handley’s goal at Evansville (10/10). She recorded 28 shots, third-most on the team, including 18 shots on goal, second-best on the team. Weimer was named to the All-MVC second team and MVC All-Freshman squad for her stellar play on the pitch. Background: Weimer was a four-year starter at forward for St. James Academy in Lenexa, Kan., where she amassed 93 goals and 63 assists through her career to become the school’s all-time leader in both categories. St. James won the state championship her final two seasons with a 15-5-1

Rachel Weimer at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

Sh

G

A

Pts.

GW

2009

18-13

28

2

1

5

1

2010

5-5

13

2

1

5

1

Career

23-18

41

4

2

10

2

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer

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Nia Williams

#16

5’ 4” • Junior • D • Roeland Park, Kan. • St. James Academy At Missouri State: Nia Williams will look to continue to improve as a key cog in the Bears defense this season. 2010: Williams led the Bears with six assists in 2010, the most by a Bear since Sarah Guenther in 2004. She had a stretch of four consecutive matches with an assist from Sept. 3 through Sept. 12. She was named MVC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 7. Williams earned All-MVC second team accolades and, after registering an assist in the MVC Championship match, MVC All-Tournament team honors. She also received MVC Scholar-Athlete honorable mention team recognition.

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2009: Williams started every match on defense for the Bears. She recorded her only point of the season with an assist on Kelsey Finders’ goal in the Bears 2-0 win at SIU Edwardsville (10/25). She tallied three shots, two of which were on net. Williams was named to the MVC All-Freshman squad and received All-MVC honorable mention honors.

state and two-time all-metro selection, Williams also earned all-conference and all-state academic honors in 2009 and all-county honors in 2008. Williams was an all-conference honoree as a sophomore and earned her first of three consecutive team MVP awards as a freshman in 2006. She was also a four-year starter on the Thunder volleyball team that went a combined 15512 in her career. Personal: Williams is the daugher of Huw Williams and Nina Murray and was born September 19, 1990. She is majoring in elementary education at Missouri State. Her father played professionally for the Blackburn Rovers in the U.K.

Background: Williams was named Shawnee Dispatch Female Athlete of the Year for 2009 after she started on the backline all four years for St. James Academy in Lenexa, Kan. She was honored as the conference defensive player of the year in 2008 and led St. James Academy to the state championship her final two seasons. A three-time all-

Nia Williams at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

Sh

G

A

Pts.

GW

2009

18-18

3

0

1

1

0

2010

19-19

17

0

6

6

0

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37-37

20

0

7

7

0

Missouri State University


Katelyn Frederickson #5 5’ 6” • Sophomore • F • St. Louis, Mo. • Nerinx Hall High At Missouri State: Katelyn Frederickson gives the Bears another speedy option at the forward position this season. 2010: Frederickson saw action in all 19 matches for MSU and was in the starting lineup for 17 of those matches. She her first career goal at Oral Roberts (9/3). She recorded assists on both goals in the Bears’ conference-opening win at UNI (9/24). Her four assists on the season were second on the team and her 20 shots taken ranked fifth. Background: Frederickson won a national championship with her club team in 2011. She was a three-year starter for a Nerinx Hall team that accumulated 64 victories over her final three seasons and reached the state quarterfinals her junior and senior years. She earned all-state, all-metro and all-conference honors in each of the three seasons in which she played. Frederickson was named MVP of the team and received Midwest All-American honors her senior year. Personal: Frederickson is the daughter of Mark and Kathy Frederickson and was born September 16, 1990. She is a dietetics major at Missouri State. Her father, Mark, was an All-American soccer player at Saint Louis University and went on to play professionally for 11 years for the Kansas City Comets, St. Louis Steamers and St. Louis Storm.

Katelyn Frederickson at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

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G

A

Pts.

GW

2010

19-17

20

1

4

6

0

Career

19-17

20

1

4

6

0

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer

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Adrianne Kalogerou #27 5’ 4” • Sophomore • M • Glen Carbon, Ill. • Edwardsville High At Missouri State: Adrianne Kalogerou will push for more playing time at midfield this season. 2010: A first-year letterwinner, Kalogerou appeared in five matches in a reserve role.

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Background: Kalogerou started every match in her four seasons at Edwardsville High. She was team captain her final three seasons while leading her team to regionals in those seasons, winning the regional championship her junior season. She was named to the all-conference third team her final season. She earned second-team all-conference as a junior and was named team MVP. Her sophomore campaign led to an all-conference third team selection. As a freshman, Kalogerou helped her team to a second-place finish in conference and an appearance in the super sectionals. Personal: Kalogerou is the daughter of Craig and Lori Kalogerou and was born September 23, 1991. She is majoring in exercise and movement science at MSU.

Adrianne Kalogerou at Missouri State Year

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G

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Pts.

GW

2010

5-0

0

0

0

0

0

Career

5-0

0

0

0

0

0

Missouri State University


Tiffany Laughlin

#14

5’ 8” • Sophomore • M • Florissant, Mo. • Pattonville High At Missouri State: Tiffany Laughlin enters the 2011 season as the leading scorer among returners from last season. 2010: Laughlin wasted little time making an impact on the Bears as she scored two goals in the home opening win over UALR (8/27). Her four goals on the season were second on the team. She scored the game-winning goal in the regular season finale against Evansville (10/28) to give the Bears a bye into the semifinals of the MVC Tournament. Her two game-winning goals was tied for the team lead.

team and all-state honorable mention accolades her freshman season. Laughlin was a place kicker for the football team her senior season. Personal: Laughlin is the daughter of Kevin Laughlin and Rhonda Link and was born June 26, 1992. She is majoring in physical education. Her sister, Jenna, was a member of Rob Brewer’s Bears squad from 2005-2008.

Background: Laughlin was a four-year starter for head coach Tom Iffrig. During her tenure with the team, the Pirates went undefeated in conference play and were district champions her freshman, junior and senior seasons. She was named team MVP and earned all-conference, allmetro and all-state first team honors her senior season while leading her team to a state runner-up finish. During her junior season, Laughlin scored 11 goals and tallied 18 assists while earning first-team all-state, second-team allmetro and first-team all-conference honors for a Pirates team that finished third in state. Her sophomore campaign netted her an all-conference second team honor after she scored six goals and 23 assists, the most in the Suburban North Conference. Laughlin was named Rookie of the Year after her eight goal, 22 assist output as a freshman. She was also named all-conference first team, all-metro third

Tiffany Laughlin at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

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G

A

Pts.

GW

2010

16-6

27

4

0

8

2

Career

16-6

27

4

0

8

2

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Shelby Stewart 5’ 9” • Sophomore • F/D • Springfield, Mo. • Parkview High At Missouri State: Shelby Stewart looks to break into the starting lineup for the Bears this season. 2010: Stewart appeared in 18 of the Bears’ 19 matches. She doled out three assists on the year, good for third-most on the team. She registered assists on game-winning goals in back-to-back matches against UMKC (9/26) and Indiana State (10/1).

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Background: Stewart was a starting forward for head coach Clint Nurnberg for the past three seasons. She was named to the all-district and all-conference squads all three seasons. Stewart was named the Female Prep Athlete of the Year by the Springfield News-Leader in 2010. During her junior campaign, Stewart registered 25 goals and 11 assists to earn first-team all-region and second-team All-Ozarks accolades along with being named to the West Plains alltournament team. Stewart has played at forward for the Vikings’ basketball team where she earned MVP honors her senior season. She was also a member of the track and field squad. Personal: Stewart is the daughter of Howard and Christy Stewart and was born August 9, 1991. She is undecided on a major at Missouri State. Both of Stewart’s parents, Howard and Christy, and one brother, Aaron, have attended Missouri State.

Shelby Stewart at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

Sh

G

A

Pts.

GW

2010

18-0

14

0

3

3

0

Career

18-0

14

0

3

3

0

Missouri State University

#7


Lauren Wendt

#13

5’ 9” • Sophomore • M/F • Troy, Ill. • Triad High At Missouri State: Lauren Wendt will push for more playing time this season. 2010: Wendt earned her first letter after appearing in 14 matches off the bench for the Bears. She led the team in shots on goal percentage with five of her seven shots (.714) being on frame. Background: Wendt was a four-year starter for head coach Mike Villa at Triad High. Her team won the Mississippi Valley Conference title all four years. During her senior season, she tallied 13 goals and added 15 assists to lead her team to the sectional finals. She was named team offensive player of the year and garnered first-team all-conference and all-sectional honors in her final season. She was named to the all-conference first team as a junior. Wendt helped the Knights win the Bi-State Shootout both her junior and sophomore seasons. Personal: Wendt is the daughter of Tim and Dianne Wendt and was born February 28, 1992. She is undecided on a major at Missouri State.

Lauren Wendt at Missouri State Year

MP-MS

Sh

G

A

Pts.

GW

2010

14-0

7

0

0

0

0

Career

14-0

7

0

0

0

0

2011 Missouri State Women’s Soccer

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Michelle Mayne-Nicholls #18 5’ 5” • RS Freshman • M • Rogers, Ark. • Rogers High At Missouri State: Michelle Mayne-Nicholls will vie for playing time at midfield for the Bears. 2010: Mayne-Nicholls redshirted the 2010 season. Background: Mayne-Nicholls was a three-year starter at Rogers High. She was named team captain her final two seasons. She was named team offensive player of the year

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after scoring seven goals and registering seven assists her senior season. She was also named to the all-conference, all-state and all-tournament teams her senior year. Her junior season, she was team goal scorer of the year and an all-conference honoree after tallying 18 goals and 10 assists to lead her team to fourth in state. Her sophomore campaign produced five goals and eight assists for a team that finished second in conference and third in state. She scored four goals and added six assists during her freshman season to help the Lady Mounties go 7-0 in conference. She was also part of the Chilean U17 and U20 Women’s National Team pool. Mayne-Nicholls was also a four-year participant for the Rogers cross country team. Personal: Mayne-Nicholls is the daughter of Alfredo and Maria Mayne-Nicholls and was born April 3, 1992. She is an elementary education major at Missouri State. Her father, Alfredo, played soccer at Jacksonville University. Her uncle, Harold Mayne-Nicholls, is the president of the Chilean Soccer Federation.

Pronunciation Guide Fouch.......................... F-OUCH Laughlin..................... LOFF-lin Voet.................................. VO-et Kali................................ CAL-ee Nia............................. KNEE-ah Weimer....................WHY-muhr Kalogerou..........kal-ah-JEER-o Oostendorp..........OH-sten-dorp Kuse...............................CUE-ss Teahan...........................TEE-on

Missouri State Statistical Leaders by Season Year Points Goals Assists Saves 1996 Jamie Hautzinger..................... 30 Jamie Hautzinger......................10 Jamie Hautzinger....................... 10 Beth Schneider................104 1997 Jamie Hautzinger..................... 33 Jamie Hautzinger......................12 Jamie Hautzinger......................... 9 Heather Miller..................65 1998 Mitzi Rouse................................. 9 Mitzi Rouse..................................4 Jennifer Eickmeier/Hautzinger... 3 Beth Schneider..................74 1999 Jamie Hautzinger..................... 30 Debbie Stark..............................11 Jamie Hautzinger....................... 12 Jennifer Grocki...............102 2000 April Lee.................................... 21 April Lee.......................................9 Alina Alaimo................................. 5 Jennifer Grocki...............143 2001 Debbie Stark............................. 17 Debbie Stark................................7 Katie DeCarlo/Mandy Fisher....... 4 Alexis Stormo..................141 2002 Tracy Allen/Julia Yank............... 8 Tracey Allen.................................4 Mandy Fisher................................ 3 Alexis Stormo..................128 2003 Chelsea Anderson..................... 13 Chelsea Anderson........................5 Chelsea Anderson......................... 3 Alexis Stormo....................80 2004 Kate Blair.................................. 16 Kate Blair.....................................7 Sarah Guenther............................ 7 Alexis Stormo....................94 2005 Chelsea Anderson..................... 18 Chelsea Anderson........................7 Angela Parsons/Chelsea Anderson...4 Jackie Jasper....................92 2006 Caroline Sweeney..................... 20 Caroline Sweeney........................9 Caroline Rooker............................ 4 Jackie Jasper..................114 2007 Jenna Laughlin .......................... 8 Jenna Laughlin ...........................4 Lauren Heck/Christine Cross/Logan .2 Jackie Jasper....................76 2008 Samantha Aguilar.................... 18 Samantha Aguilar.......................7 Christine Cross............................. 5 Jackie Jasper....................82 2009 Samantha Aguilar.................... 12 Samantha Aguilar.......................5 Megan Jaskowiak......................... 4 Jessica Teahan..................82 2010 Brooke Williams........................ 13 Brooke Williams..........................6 Nia Williams................................. 6 Jessica Teahan..................80

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Katie Davis

#6

5’ 8” • Freshman • M/F • Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit West High At Missouri State: Davis will give the Bears an attacking option in her first season at MSU. Background: Davis was a four-year letter winner and starter for head coach Todd Krey at Lee’s Summit West. She led her team to four-straight conference championships while earning all-conference accolades each season. She was named to the all-district first team four-straight years. She holds the school record for assists and goals at Lee’s Summit West. Davis was the Missouri Suburban Mid Six Offensive Player of the Year her junior season and was the team

offensive player of the year her freshman campaign. While playing for club team KCFC Intensity, she won the Kansas State Cup Championship six times and the regional league championship three times. Her KCFC Intensity squad was ranked as high as No. 3 in the country during the 2010 season. Personal: Davis is the daughter of Tom and Beth Davis and was born December 29, 1992. She intends to major in psychology at Missouri State.

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Kelsey Fouch

#10

5’ 5” • Freshman • M/D • St. Charles, Mo. • Francis Howell North High At Missouri State: Fouch is a versatile player looking to fill a starting position for the Bears. Background: Fouch started all four years for head coach Dan Hogan at Francis Howell North. She earned allconference first team honors her senior season and second team accolades her junior and sophomore seasons. The Knights were conference champions all four years of her career. Fouch was honored as GAC South Co-Player of the Year as a senior. As a senior, Fouch earned all-state second team honors. During her freshman season, she helped her

team to district and regional titles. Her club team, Scott Gallagher, were state champs her junior and freshman seasons. She also played basketball for four years at Francis Howell North. Personal: Fouch is the daughter of Tom and Sherri Fouch and was born March 28, 1993. She is undecided on a major at MSU. Her father, Tom, won the 1976 National Championship in soccer for Meramac Community College before finishing his career at South Carolina.

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Kayla Kemp

#19

5’ 9” • Freshman • M • Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit West High At Missouri State: Kemp will compete for playing time in the Bears’ midfield this season. Background: Kemp was a four-year starter and three-time letter winner for head coach Todd Krey at Lee’s Summit West. She received First Team Suburban Mid Six AllConference honors her first three years at Lee’s Summit West High School and helped the team win four straight conference titles. Kemp lead the team in goals her sophomore season. She played competitive club ball for nine years with the Chili Peppers in Independence, Mo.

Personal: Kemp is the daughter of Richard Kemp and Laura Coryell and was born November 14, 1992. She plans to be a pre-dental major at Missouri State University.

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Kali Kuse

#21

5’ 4” • Freshman • M/D • Camdenton, Mo. • Camdenton High At Missouri State: Kuse brings quickness and grit as she looks to crack the lineup in her first season as a Bear. Background: Kuse was a four-year starter for head coach JD Hunter at Camdenton High. As a team captain, she was named to the all-district and all-conference first teams as well as Co-Defender of the Year in District 10 her senior season. As a senior, she also earned Missouri Central Region Defender of the Year accolades and was an all-state honorable mention selection while leading her team to its first-ever district title. She was also a team captain her junior season as her team won the Camdenton Invitational and Moberly

Lady Spartan Tournaments. She was named a secondteam all-conference and all-district honoree as a junior and as a sophomore. In her four seasons at Camdenton, she started 92 of the 93 matches she played. Kuse also played volleyball at CHS. Personal: Kuse is the daughter of Chris and Nancy Kuse and was born October 6, 1992. She will major in psychology at Missouri State. Her cousins, Jennifer and Jason Kuse, also attended Missouri State.

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Brooke Oostendorp

#4

5’ 7” • Freshman • D • St. Charles, Mo. • Francis Howell North High At Missouri State: Oostendorp looks to be fully healthy to begin her Bears’ career as a speedy backliner. Background: Oostendorp was a three-year letterwinner on the pitch at Francis Howell North. She missed her senior season due to injury. She led her team to three-straight conference titles and the district finals her junior and sophomore seasons. Her team won districts and regionals her freshman season. She was a member of the Missouri ODP state team for two years. Oostendorp was an all-conference selection her sophomore year. She was a Missouri State Cup

Champion with her club team, Scott Gallagher, her junior and freshman seasons. Oostendorp also played basketball for four years and was a singles champion at conference in tennis her junior year. Personal: Oostendorp is the daughter of Mike and Angie Oostendorp and was born August 16, 1992. She is undecided on a major MSU. Her father, Mike, played football at Truman State. Her uncle, John Oostendorp, was an All-American wrestler at the University of Iowa.

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McKenzi Payton

#25

5’ 8” • Freshman • D • Springfield, Mo. • Parkview High At Missouri State: Payton will add depth to the backfield for the Bears this season. Background: Payton started all four seasons for head coach Clint Nurnberg at Parkview High and was a fouryear letterwinner. She was an all-district first team and all-conference second team selection as both a senior and a junior. During her senior season, she helped the Vikings to a district title and was named to the 2011 All-Star team. She led her team to a 9-0 record and an Ozark Conference Championship her junior year. She was named to the 2010 Springfield News-Leader All-Ozarks Girls team as a team

captain. Payton was named the Defensive Player of the Year her sophomore season and earned all-district second team and all-conference honorable mention accolades. Her freshman season, she was named to the all-conference second team and an all-district honorable mention honoree. She also played volleyball at Parkview. Personal: Payton is the daughter of Chris Payton and Tracy Fay and was born September 30, 1992. She plans to major in psychology at Missouri State.

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Bethany Smith

#8

5’ 7” • Freshman • F • Overland Park, Kan. • St. James Academy At Missouri State: Smith brings an added scoring option to the Bears attacking squad in her first year as a Bear. Background: Smith was a standout performer in her four seasons at St. James Academy for head coach Rick Enna. She led her team to the Kansas State Championship in her senior, sophomore and freshman seasons. She was an allstate first-teamer her junior and senior years and an allstate second-teamer her freshman campaign. Smith earned all-Sun Johnson County first team and all-metro honorable mention accolades as a senior team captain. Her junior year, she scored 18 goals for the Thunder as a team captain. Smith won the Kansas State Cup Championship with her club team, KCFC Intensity, seven times, including her

senior season, and won the Midwest Regional League title three times. KCFC Intensity was ranked as high as third in the nation in 2010. During her club team’s run to a national championship in 2011, her five goals tied for the most goals scored in regional play. She also played basketball all four years at St. James Academy and earned all-state honorable mention accolades as a senior. Personal: Smith is the daughter of Steve and Mary Beth Smith and was born August 23, 1992. She will be a nursing major at Missouri State. Her father, Steve, played and coached football at the University of Kansas.

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9 20 24 11 15 6 10 5 2 22 27 19 21 14 18 17 4 25 12 8 23 7 1 0 3 13 16

Tara Bailes, M Logan Bisbee, M Kelly Caldwell, M Christine Cross, M/D Grace Cross, M Katie Davis, M/F Kelsey Fouch, M/D Katelyn Frederickson, F Jennifer Hamlin, D Emily Jordan, M Adrianne Kalogerou, M Kayla Kemp, M Kali Kuse, M/D Tiffany Laughlin, M Michelle Mayne-Nicholls, M Jeslynne McGrath, M Brooke Oostendorp, D McKenzi Payton, D Jessica Roberts, F Bethany Smith, F Michelle Sommer, M Shelby Stewart, F/M Jessica Teahan, GK Chelsea Voet, GK Rachel Weimer, F Lauren Wendt, M/F Nia Williams, D

Roster by Class Seniors (6) 9 Tara Bailes 20 Logan Bisbee 11 Christine Cross 2 Jennifer Hamlin 17 Jeslynne McGrath 1 Jessica Teahan Juniors (7) 24 Kelly Caldwell 15 Grace Cross 22 Emily Jordan 12 Jessica Roberts 23 Michelle Sommer 0 Chelsea Voet 16 Nia Williams Sophomores (6) 5 Katelyn Frederickson 27 Adrianne Kalogerou 14 Tiffany Laughlin 7 Shelby Stewart 3 Rachel Weimer 13 Lauren Wendt Freshmen (8) 6 Katie Davis 10 Kelsey Fouch 19 Kayla Kemp 21 Kali Kuse 18 Michelle Mayne-Nicholls 4 Brooke Oostendorp 25 McKenzi Payton 8 Bethany Smith

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Where the Bears are from: Missouri (15) Camdenton: Kali Kuse Florissant: Tiffany Laughlin Lee’s Summit: Christine Cross, Grace Cross, Katie Davis, Kayla Kemp Mountain Grove: Jessica Roberts Pleasant Hill: Logan Bisbee St. Charles: Kelsey Fouch, Brooke Oostendorp St. Louis: Katelyn Fredrickson Springfield: Tara Bailes, Emily Jordan, McKenzi Payton, Shelby Stewart Kansas (5) Bonner Springs: Rachel Weimer Lenexa: Jessica Teahan Overland Park: Bethany Smith Roeland Park: Nia Williams Tecumseh: Michelle Sommer Illinois (3) Glen Carbon: Adrianne Kalogerou Swansea: Jennifer Hamlin Troy: Lauren Wendt Arkansas (1) Rogers: Michelle Mayne-Nicholls Iowa (1) Clear Lake: Jeslynne McGrath Nebraska (1) Omaha: Chelsea Voet Ohio (1) Norwalk: Kelly Caldwell


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2010 Missouri State Season Review 2010 Missouri State Results 2010 Missouri State Statistics 2010 Standings and Awards Missouri State Career Leaders Missouri State Single-Season Leaders Missouri State All-Time Team Records Missouri State All-Time Letterwinners Missouri State Award Winners Missouri State Year-by-Year Results Records Against All Opponents The Last Time Missouri State...

In 2010, defender Jordan Reppell became just the fourth MSU women’s soccer player to be named to the All-MVC team four-straight years (Alina Alaimo, Kate Hercules, Jackie Jasper).

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2010 Missouri State Season Review Bears Advanced to MVC Championship After Second Place Regular Season Finish Head Coach Rob Brewer led his Missouri State women’s soccer team (10-6-3, 4-1-1) to its second consecutive runner-up finish in the MVC and into overtime of the MVC Tournament finals. The young squad came just inches from the title in both cases and with just three seniors, the future looks bright for the team. “The team did an excellent job of being prepared for every match this season,” said Brewer. “Coming into the season, we thought if we play well on defense, we are going to be in every match. The team’s willingness to play good defense had us in every match this year.”

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Regular Season The Bears began the season with a match under sweltering conditions at North Texas on Aug. 22. Freshman Brooke Williams wasted little time making an impression on the team, tallying her first career goal in just the second minute of play, the earliest a goal has ever been scored in an MSU career. The Mean Green rallied late, though, and downed the Bears, 2-1. Missouri State began its home slate five days later with a visit from UALR. Another freshman, Tiffany Laughlin, scored twice, and the Bears racked up 23 shots in a 3-0 shutout of the Trojans. “Our young players made significant contributions to our team on offense all season long,” stated Brewer. “To get as close as we did this year (to a title) with such a young team speaks well for the future of the program.” UT Martin wrapped up the brief homestand on Aug. 29 and Jessica Teahan turned aside six shots on goal for the second consecutive shutout by the Bears. Rachel Weimer and Brooke Williams each tallied their second goal of the year in the 2-0 victory. Missouri State headed to Tulsa, Okla., to face Oral Roberts and Tulsa on Sept. 3 and 5, respectively. The Bears recorded three goals and got a fourth on an ORU own goal in a 4-0 win and the third straight shutout in the victory over Oral Roberts. The Golden Hurricane got two goals early in the second half and the Bears were only able to get a goal from junior Tara Bailes in a 2-1 defeat to Tulsa. Sophomore Nia Williams would earn MVC Defensive Player of the Week honors after recording two assists on the weekend. MSU returned home on Sept. 10 for a showdown with Oklahoma. Laughlin scored her fourth goal of the year and the Bears got an own goal from the Sooners to take a 2-1 lead into halftime. Bailes notched her second goal in as many matches in the 67th minute and propelled the Bears to a 3-2 victory. Two days later, Arkansas visited Plaster Field. Junior Logan Bisbee buried a header in the final minute of the first half to draw the Bears even at 1-1. The teams would remain tied and headed to overtime, when a controversial call allowed the Razorbacks to get the winning goal in the 93rd minute. On Sept. 17, the Bears embarked on a fourgame road trip, the longest of the season. The first stop was in St. Louis for a match with the instate rival Billikens. Teahan made six saves and the two squads played to a scoreless draw for the third consecutive meeting. Two days later, MSU was in Lawrence, Kan., to face the Kansas Jayhawks. The Bears’ offense was held off the board for the second-straight game and Kansas defeated Missouri State, 2-0. MSU kicked off conference play at UNI on Sept.

24. Freshman Katelyn Frederickson assisted on goals by Michelle Sommer and Brooke Williams to give the Bears a 2-0 lead. Missouri State held on for a 2-1 victory and moved the Bears’ record to 5-0-0 since 2000 when opening conference play against the Panthers. Missouri State wrapped up the road trip with a stop at UMKC. After falling behind 1-0 in the first half, Brooke Williams tallied her fifth goal of the season to draw the score even at 1-1. Then in overtime, Sommer scored in the 100th minute to lift the Bears to a 2-1 OT win. The Bears kicked off October by hosting conference-foe Indiana State. The match was even throughout, but sophomore Grace Cross scored the game-winner for MSU with just six seconds left in the match. Teahan made five saves for the Bears’ fifth shutout of the year in the 1-0 win. Two days later, SIU Edwardsville visited Plaster Field. Senior defender Jordan Reppell scored her first career goal, the game-winner, in the 80th minute. Sophomore Chelsea Voet played the final 31 minutes and made four saves to earn the win in the 1-0 victory. Reppell would earn MVC Defensive Player of the Week accolades. The Bears set out on the final road trip of the season with a visit to Illinois State on Oct. 10. Teahan made six saves and recorded the thirdstraight shutout for MSU in the 0-0 double overtime draw with the Redbirds.

The next week, Missouri State played its final regular season road match at Drake. Despite outshooting the Bulldogs 16 to 12, Drake got two second half goals to beat the Bears, 2-0. On Oct. 22, the Bears returned to Plaster Field for a showdown with first-place Creighton. The Bluejays came in with a chance to clinch the regular season title. CU took the early lead, but senior Sarah Linsin knotted the score at 1-1 in the final minute before halftime. The teams headed to overtime and in the 94th minute, Sommer headed in the game-winner to keep the Bears’ title hopes alive. Linsin was named MVC Defensive Player of the Week for her play. Missouri State ended the regular season hosting Evansville with a chance to win a share of the regular season MVC title. The Bears outshot the Purple Aces 23-2 and got a late goal from Laughlin to do their part. In Omaha, Illinois State hit the crossbar in overtime and Creighton countered with the game-winning goal in OT to beat the Redbirds and leave the Bears as runnersup and the second seed. “I feel very positive about the way we played in conference this year,” continued Brewer. “For the second year in a row, we were the only team to beat the eventual champion.” MVC Tournament The Bears headed to Omaha, Neb., as the No. 2 seed and faced Illinois State in the MVC Tournament semifinals on Nov. 5. Brooke

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Williams scored in the 22nd minute off of an assist from Sommer to give the Bears the early lead. In the second half, Illinois State drew even after a scramble in front of Jessica Teahan resulted in a Jessica Carlson goal. But 110 minutes was not enough to decide the winner. The teams went to a shootout, where Teahan continued her stellar day. She stopped the first three Redbird shooters. In the fifth round with Illinois State needing to convert to stay alive, she made yet another save to propel the Bears to the MVC Championship match. On the day, Teahan made a career-high 11 saves, not including the four in the shootout. Sommer and Nia Williams converted in the shootout to give MSU the win, 2-1 on PK’s. Missouri State faced host Creighton on Nov. 7, with an NCAA Tournament berth on the line. The first shot of the match by Bailes ricochoted off the crossbar and away. The Bears recorded the first four shots in the match, but the Bluejays were able to get on the board first with a goal in the 25th minute. The Bears kept on the pressure registering four of the first six shots in the second half. In the 74th minute, the match would take on a new perspective. Freshman Ashley Washburn scored her first collegiate goal after she received a feed from Nia Williams. Washburn drilled a bending shot into the upper left corner of the net to bring the match all-square at a goal apiece. Once again, Missouri State would head to overtime to decide a match. In the 98th minute, MSU was called for a penalty in the box and Creighton was awarded a penalty kick. Erin Gunther converted for the Bluejays and ended the Bears’ season. “The team battled hard throughout the MVC Tournament,” added Brewer. “You always want to win the championship, but I am happy that we got so close to the title.” Reppell, Teahan and Nia Williams were named to the MVC All-Tournament team. Awards Reppell headlined the postseason awards list for Missouri State. She was named the MVC Defensive Player of the Year and received an AllMVC first team nod. She became just the fourth Bear to earn all-conference accolades in all four years of her career. She also earned NSCAA/ Performance Subaru All-Great Lakes Region first team honors. Off the field, she was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District VII second team and an Academic All-MVC first team selection. “Jordan (Reppell) has been outstanding for us all four years,” Brewer stated. “It is a special honor to be named to the All-Region first team and the MVC Defensive Player of the Year. The regional award matches the highest award achieved by one of our players.” Teahan was named to her second-straight All-MVC first team. She was also an Academic All-MVC first team honorees for the second consecutive season. She too was named a CoSIDA/ ESPN Academic All-District VII second teamer. Grace Cross and Nia Williams were named to the All-MVC second team. Both were also Academic All-MVC honorable mention selections. Michelle Sommer joined them on the Academic All-MVC honorable mention team. Freshman Brooke Williams earned All-MVC honorable mention accolades. She was named to the MVC All-Freshman team as well.


2010 Missouri State Women’s Soccer Results (10-6-3) Shots Shots on Goal Saves Date Site Att. Opponent W-L-T Score Record MSU Opp. MSU Opp. MSU Opp. Goals (Assists) 8/22 Away 233 North Texas L 1-2 0-1-0 3 12 1 5 3 0 Brooke Williams (Rachel Weimer) 8/27 Home 353 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-0 1-1-0 23 6 10 3 3 7 Tiffany Laughlin (Brooke Williams, Christine Cross), Rachel Weimer (Shelby Stewart), Tiffany Laughlin (Nia Williams) 8/29 Home 233 Tennessee-Martin W 2-0 2-1-0 20 11 10 6 6 8 Rachel Weimer (Katelyn Frederickson), Brooke Williams (UA) 9/3 Away 312 Oral Roberts W 4-0 3-1-0 18 10 10 2 2 6 Brooke Williams (UA), Sarah Linsin (Nia Williams), Katelyn Frederickson (UA), OWN GOAL (UA) 9/5 Away 123 Tulsa L 1-2 3-2-0 10 22 5 10 8 4 Tara Bailes (Nia Williams) 9/10 Home 286 Oklahoma W 3-2 4-2-0 11 14 8 9 7 5 Tiffany Laughlin (Katelyn Frederickson), OWN GOAL (UA), Tara Bailes (Nia Williams) 9/12 Home 332 Arkansas L 1-2 (OT) 4-3-0 18 12 10 6 4 9 Logan Bisbee (Nia Williams) 9/17 Away 482 Saint Louis T 0-0 (2OT) 4-3-1 3 17 2 6 6 2 -9/19 Away 526 Kansas L 0-2 4-4-1 6 23 4 9 7 4 -9/24 Away 132 Northern Iowa* W 2-1 5-4-1 15 10 7 4 3 5 Michelle Sommer (Katelyn Frederickson), Brooke Williams (Katelyn Frederickson) 9/26 Away 425 UMKC W 2-1 (OT) 6-4-1 15 7 6 4 3 4 Brooke Williams (UA), Michelle Sommer (Shelby Stewart) 10/1 Home 434 Indiana State* W 1-0 7-4-1 14 12 8 5 5 7 Grace Cross (Tara Bailes, Shelby Stewart) 10/3 Home 384 SIU Edwardsville W 1-0 8-4-1 12 10 9 6 6 8 Jordan Reppell (UA) 10/10 Away 210 Illinois State* T 0-0 (20T) 8-4-2 5 26 4 6 6 4 -10/17 Away 312 Drake* L 0-2 8-5-2 16 12 4 6 4 4 -10/22 Home 377 Creighton* W 2-1 (OT) 9-5-2 14 7 10 1 0 8 Sarah Linsin (UA), Michelle Sommer (Jordan Reppell) 10/28 Home 302 Evansville* W 1-0 10-5-2 23 2 7 1 1 6 Tiffany Laughlin (Grace Cross) 11/5 Neutral 407 Illinois State# T% 1-1 (2OT) 10-5-3 13 17 9 12 11 8 Brooke Williams (Michelle Sommer) 11/7 Away 571 Creighton$ L 1-2 (OT) 10-6-3 15 12 7 8 6 6 Ashley Washburn (Nia Williams) * Missouri Valley Conference matches (4-1-1) % Missouri State advanced on penalty kicks, 2-1

# Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Semifinals (Omaha, Neb.) $ Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Finals (Omaha, Neb.)

2010 Missouri State Women’s Soccer Statistics Player MP-MS Brooke Williams 19-18 Tiffany Laughlin 16-6 Michelle Sommer 18-13 Katelyn Frederickson 19-17 Nia Williams 19-19 Tara Bailes 19-19 Rachel Weimer 5-5 Sarah Linsin 19-19 Grace Cross 19-19 Jordan Reppell 19-19 Shelby Stewart 18-0 Ashley Washburn 19-0 Logan Bisbee 11-0 Christine Cross 19-17 Jessica Roberts 17-10 Kathleen Kujawa 19-0 Lauren Wendt 14-0 Jennifer Hamlin 17-8 Jeslynne McGrath 4-0 Adrianne Kalogerou 5-0 Kelly Caldwell 2-0 Shannon Russell 1-1 Jody McFarlen 2-0 Amy Patterson 1-0 Jessica Teahan 19-19 Chelsea Voet 4-0 Total 19 Opponents 19 Goalkeeper Chelsea Voet Jessica Teahan TEAM Total Opponents

G 6 4 3 1 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 18

A 1 0 1 4 6 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 16

Pts Shots SOG GW 13 33 23 2 8 27 16 2 7 29 15 2 6 20 10 0 6 17 7 0 5 22 12 1 5 13 6 1 4 7 3 0 3 12 8 1 3 12 4 1 3 14 5 0 2 6 3 0 2 3 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 16 6 0 0 11 3 0 0 7 5 0 0 2 1 0 0 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 72 254 131 10 52 242 109 6

MP-MS Min SV GA 4-0 105:47 8 0.00 19-19 1687:23 80 0.96 19 - 3 - 19 1793:10 91 0.90 19 1793:10 105 1.30

GAA 0 18 18 26

Attendance Totals Site Matches Home 8 Away 10 Neutral 1 Total 19

Total Average High 2,701 338 434 3,326 333 571 407 407 407 6,434 339 571

ShO W-L-T 0 2-0-0 5 8-6-3 - 8 10-6-3 4 6-10-3

2010 Single Game Highs Missouri State Highs Points 4 Tiffany Laughlin vs. UALR, 8/27 Goals 2 Tiffany Laughlin vs. UALR, 8/27 Assists 2 Katelyn Frederickson at UNI, 9/24 Shots 6 Tiffany Laughlin vs. UALR, 8/27 SOG 4 Michelle Sommer vs. Creighton, 10/22 Saves 11 Jessica Teahan vs. Illinois State, 11/5 CK 8 at UMKC, 9/26 Fouls 22 at Tulsa, 9/5 16 at Saint Louis, 9/17 Opponent Highs Points 7 Drake, 10/17 Goals 2 Tie on 7 occasions Assists 3 Drake, 10/17 Shots 26 Illinois State, 10/10 SOG 10 Tulsa, 9/5 Saves 9 Arkansas, 9/12 CK 12 Kansas, 9/19 Fouls 15 UMKC, 9/26

Record Breakdown

Home  7-1-0 Road  3-5-2 Neutral Sites   0-0-1 In August 2-1-0 In September 4-3-1 In October 4-1-1 In November 0-1-1 MVC Matches   4-1-1 vs. Ranked Opp.   0-0-0 Shutout Matches 6-2-2 One-Goal Matches 7-4-0 Overtime Matches   2-2-3 Leading at Halftime   5-0-1 Trailing at Halftime 1-2-0 Tied at Halftime 4-3-2

2010 Individual Season Leaders Points: 13 Brooke Williams 8 Tiffany Laughlin 7 Michelle Sommer Goals: 6 Brooke Williams 4 Tiffany Laughlin 3 Michelle Sommer Assists: 6 Nia Williams 4 Katelyn Frederickson 3 Shelby Stewart GWG: 2 Tiffany Laughlin 2 Michelle Sommer 2 Brooke Williams Shots: 33 Brooke Williams 29 Michelle Sommer 27 Tiffany Laughlin Shot Pct. .333 Logan Bisbee .286 Sarah Linsin .182 Brooke Williams SOG: 23 Brooke Williams 16 Tiffany Laughlin 15 Michelle Sommer SOG Pct. .714 Lauren Wendt .697 Brooke Williams .667 Grace Cross .667 Logan Bisbee Saves: 80 Jessica Teahan Corner Kicks: Missouri State 73 Opponent 96 Fouls: Missouri State 182 Opponent 146 Penalty Kicks: Missouri State 0/0 Opponent 1/1 Yellow Cards: Missouri State 9 Opponent 3 Red Cards: Missouri State 0 Opponent 1 Goals By Period

1st 2nd 1ot 2ot Total Missouri State 14 10 2 0 26 Opponents 8 8 2 0 18

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2010 Standings and Awards Missouri Valley Conference Soccer Final Standings Team Creighton Missouri State Illinois State Drake Evansville Indiana State Northern Iowa

Overall Pct. 15-4-2 .762 10-6-3 .605 9-7-2 .556 10-6-3 .605 6-12-1 .342 8-10-1 .447 4-12-2 .278

MVC Pct. 5-1-0 .833 4-1-1 .750 3-2-1 .583 3-3-0 .500 2-4-0 .333 2-4-0 .333 1-5-0 .167

2010 MVC Tournament Results First Round Sunday, October 31 #3 Illinois State 2, #6 Indiana State 1 (2OT) #5 Evansville 1, #4 Drake 0 Semifinal Round Friday, November 5 #2 Missouri State 1, #3 Illinois State 1 (MSU advanced, 2-1 on PK’s) #1 Creighton 5, #5 Evansville 0 Championship Match Sunday, November 7 #1 Creighton 2, #2 Missouri State 1 (OT) MVC in the NCAA Tournament 1st Round Minnesota 4, Creighton 2

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MVC Player of the Year Brittney Neumann, Creighton

HONORABLE MENTION Emily Lahay, Indiana State Alicia Montgomery, Creighton Sam Conrad, Evansville Sam Copley, UNI Bailey Dorrington, Drake Erin Gunther, Creighton Allie Newsom, Illinois State Anna Stinson, Illinois State Ali Walsh, Drake Chelsie Hochstedler, UNI Kaitlin Robinett, Evansville Brooke Williams, Missouri State ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Breanna Beine, Evansville Lauren Cingoranelli, Creighton Sam Copley, UNI Paige Dusek, Drake Megan Fisher, Drake Vanessa Legault-Cordisco, Evansville Kalena Litch, Drake, GK Allie Newsom, Illinois State Kaitlin Robinett, Evansville Anna Stinson, Illinois State Brooke Williams, Missouri State 2010 MVC Scholar-Athletes FIRST TEAM Bethany Brown, Illinois State Jessica Carlson, Illinois State Casey Clark, Indiana State Alison Gasparovich, Indiana State Emily Lahay, Indiana State

Laura Moklestad, Drake Alicia Montgomery, Creighton Jordan Reppell, Missouri State, Alyssa Schulz, Illinois State Jessica Teahan, Missouri State Morgan Wendlandt, Indiana State Claire Zach, Creighton HONORABLE MENTION Casey Allbright, Indiana State Katie Anderson, Drake Kelly Connolly, Creighton, Grace Cross, Missouri State Macy Mauer, Creighton Kiki McClellan, UNI Morgan Olsen, UNI Michelle Sommer, Missouri State Nia Williams, Missouri State 2010 MVC All-Tournament Team Lauren Cingoranelli Creighton Erin Gunther Creighton Andrea Zuniga Creighton Claire Zach Creighton Nia Williams Missouri State Jordan Reppell Missouri State Jessica Teahan Missouri State Seyma Erenli Indiana State Ali Walsh Drake Danielle Langness Evansville Stephanie Thompson Evansville Mara Kremenovic Illinois State Alyssa Schulz Illinois State

MVC Defensive Player of the Year Jordan Reppell, Missouri State MVC Freshman of the Year Breanna Beine, Evansville MVC Coaching Staff of the Year Creighton 2010 MVC All-Conference FIRST TEAM Jessica Teahan, Missouri State Natalie McCabe, Illinois State Vanessa Legault-Cordisco, Evansville Jordan Reppell, Missouri State Claire Zach, Creighton Jessica Carlson, Illinois State Alison Gasparovich, Indiana State Laura Moklestad, Drake Breanna Beine, Evansville Brittney Neumann, Creighton Andrea Zuniga, Creighton SECOND TEAM Kalena Litch, Drake Casey Allbright, Indiana State Megan Fisher, Drake Nia Williams, Missouri State Grace Cross, Missouri State Seyma Erenli, Indiana State Kiki McClellan, UNI Emily Orbell, Creighton Lauren Cingoranelli, Creighton Paige Dusek, Drake Alyssa Schulz, Illinois State

Jordan Reppell was named Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.

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Missouri State Career Leaders Points Years G A Pts. 1. Jamie Hautzinger 1996-1999 31 34 96 2. Chelsea Anderson 2003-2006 18 11 47 3. Debbie Stark 1999-2001 18 8 44 4. Samantha Aguilar 2006-2009 15 9 39 5. Alina Alaimo 1998-2001 14 10 38 6. April Lee 1999-2001 16 5 37 7. Kate Blair 2004-2007 15 6 36 8. Caroline Sweeney 2006-2008 16 3 35 9. Mary Litvan 2000-2003 13 8 34 10. Katie DeCarlo 2000-2003 11 11 33   Goals Years Total   1. Jamie Hautzinger 1996-1999 31   2. Debbie Stark 1999-2001 18 Chelsea Anderson 2003-2006 18   4. April Lee 1999-2001 16 Caroline Sweeney 2006-2008 16   6. Kate Blair 2004-2007 15 Samantha Aguilar 2006-2009 15 8. Alina Alaimo 1998-2001 14   Game-Winning Goals Years Total   1. Jamie Hautzinger 1996-1999 10   2. Kate Blair 2004-2007 9 3. Chelsea Anderson 2003-2006 6 4. Kate Hercules 2003-2006 5 Caroline Sweeney 2006-2008 5 Samantha Aguilar 2006-2009 5 Assists   1. Jamie Hautzinger   2. Jennifer Eickmeier   3. Shannis Stock   4. Katie DeCarlo Chelsea Anderson   6. Alina Alaimo Mandy Fisher Sarah Guenther Angela Parsons

Years Total 1996-1999 34 1997-2000 14 1997-2000 13 2000-2003 11 2003-2006 11 1998-2001 10 1999-2002 10 2001-2004 10 2003-2006 10

Shots   1. Jamie Hautzinger   2. Chelsea Anderson 3. Samantha Aguilar 4. Caroline Sweeney 5. Kate Blair

Year Shots 1996-1999 214 2003-2006 142 2006-2009 141 2006-2008 130 2004-2007 129

6. 7.   8.   9.

April Lee Allison Osmundson Ann-Marie Russell Mitzi Rouse

1999-2001 2005-2008 1997-2001 1996-1998

110 105 102 100

Matches Started Year Starts   1. Alina Alimo 1998-2001 84   2. Jenny Albers 1996-1999 82   3. Jamie Dobbs 1996-1999 81   4. Jennifer Eickmeier 1997-2000 77 Mary Litvan 2000-2003 77 Matches Played Year Matches   1. Alina Alimo 1998-2001 84 Natalie Whiteman 1999-2002 84 3. Seven players tied with 83 Goals-Against Average Years GAA   1. Jessica Teahan 2008-pr. .890 2. Jackie Jasper 2005-2008 .985 3. Alexis Stormo 2001-2004 1.15   4. Jennifer Grocki 1999-2000 1.29   5. Beth Schneider 1996-1999 1.71   6. Heather Miller 1996-1997 2.01 Saves   1. Alexis Stormo 2. Jackie Jasper   3. Jennifer Grocki   4. Beth Schneider   5. Jessica Teahan

Years Total 2001-2004 443 2005-2008 364 1999-2000 245 1996-1999 234 2008-pr. 162

Shutouts 1. Jackie Jasper   2. Alexis Stormo 3. Jessica Teahan   4. Jennifer Grocki 5. Beth Schneider

Years Total 2005-2008 27 2001-2004 24 2008-pr. 12 1999-2000 10 1996-1999 6

Goalkeeper Wins 1. Jackie Jasper   2. Alexis Stormo 3. Jennifer Grocki 4. Beth Schneider   5. Jessica Teahan

Year GK Wins 2005-2008 35.0 2001-2004 33.0 1999-2000 25.0 1996-1999 18.0 2008-pr. 17.0

Matches Started in Goal 1. Jackie Jasper   2. Alexis Stormo   3. Jennifer Grocki   4. Beth Schneider   5. Jessica Teahan   Minutes in Goal 1. Jackie Jasper   2. Alexis Stormo   3. Jennifer Grocki   4. Beth Schneider   5. Jessica Teahan

Years 2005-2008 2001-2004 1999-2000 1996-1999 2008-pr.

Starts 77 67 45 41 37

Years Minutes 2005-2008 7128 2001-2004 6372 1999-2000 3969 1996-1999 3678 2008-pr. 3337

Bold indicates current players

35 Jamie Hautzinger (1996-99) holds every major offensive statistical career record at Missouri State.

Missouri State Single-Season Leaders Points  1. Jamie Hautzinger   2. Jamie Hautzinger Jamie Hautzinger  4. Debbie Stark 5. Caroline Sweeney  6. Mitzi Rouse Alina Alaimo Chelsea Anderson Samantha Aguilar

Year G A Pts. 1997 12  9 33 1996 10 10 30 1999   9 12 30 1999 11  5 27 2006 9 2 20 1997  8  2 18 1999   7   4 18 2005 7 4 18 2008 7 4 18

Goals   1. Jamie Hautzinger   2. Debbie Stark   3. Jamie Hautzinger  4. Jamie Hautzinger April Lee Caroline Sweeney

Year Total 1997 12 1999 11 1996 10 1999   9 2000 9 2006 9

Game-Winning Goals   1. Jamie Hautzinger   Kate Blair  3. Jamie Hautzinger Jamie Hautzinger Ann-Marie Russell Stacey Smolarczyk Tracy Allen Chelsea Anderson Kate Blair Caroline Sweeney Samantha Aguilar Jenna Dobkins

Year Total 1999 4 2004 4 1997 3 1996 3 2000 3 2000 3 2002 3 2003 3 2005 3 2006 3 2008 3 2009 3

Assists   1. Jamie Hautzinger   2. Jamie Hautzinger  3. Jamie Hautzinger Jennifer Eickmeier   5. Sarah Guenther

Year Total 1999 12 1996 10 1997   9 1999   9 2004 7

Shots   1. Jamie Hautzinger   2. Jamie Hautzinger April Lee 4. Caroline Sweeney   5. Jamie Hautzinger

Year Shots 1997 87 1996 64 2000 64 2006 55 1999 51

Goals-Against Average   1. Alexis Stormo 2. Jackie Jasper 3. Jessica Teahan 4. Jessica Teahan 5. Jackie Jasper   6. Jackie Jasper Jackie Jasper 8. Jennifer Grocki

Year GAA 2004 0.73 2007 0.81 2009 0.82 2010 0.96 2008 1.02 2005 1.05 2006 1.05 1999 1.06

Saves   1. Jennifer Grocki   2. Alexis Stormo   3. Alexis Stormo 4. Jackie Jasper   5. Beth Schneider

Year Total 2000 143 2001 141 2002 128 2006 114 1996 104

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Shutouts   1. Jennifer Grocki 2. Alexis Stormo 3. Jackie Jasper Jackie Jasper Jessica Teahan 5. Beth Schneider Alexis Stormo Alexis Stormo Jackie Jasper Jackie Jasper 6 Goalkeeper Wins   1. Jennifer Grocki   2. Jennifer Grocki   3. Jackie Jasper Jackie Jasper   5. Beth Schneider   Alexis Stormo Jackie Jasper Jessica Teahan

Year Total 2000 9 2004 8 2005 7 2008 7 2009 7 1996 6 2002 6 2003 6 2006 6 2007

Matches Started in Goal   1. Jennifer Grocki   2. Jennifer Grocki Jackie Jasper 4. Jackie Jasper Jackie Jasper Jessica Teahan 6. Beth Schneider Alexis Stormo Jackie Jasper Jessica Teahan

Year Starts 2000 24 1999 21 2006 21 2007 19 2008 19 2010 19 1996 18 2002 18 2005 18 2009 18

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Year 1999 2000 2006 2008 1996 2004 2005 2009

GK Wins 13 12 10 10 9 9 9 9


Missouri State All-Time Team Records & Letterwinners Missouri State All-Time Team Records MATCH

Most Goals:  9, vs. Southwest Baptist (1996) Most Goals Allowed:  7, three times, last by Nebraska (1998) Most Combined Goals: 10, vs. Southwest Baptist (1996) Most Assists: 7, vs. Tennessee Tech (1996) Margin of Victory: 8-0 vs. Arkansas Little Rock (1999), 9-1 vs. Southwest Baptist (1996) Consecutive Matches Without a Loss: 9 (2005)

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Most Goals: ..................................................65 (1999) Fewest Goals: ..............................................16 (2007) Most Shots:.................................................350 (1997) Fewest Shots:.............................................158 (1998) Most Shots on Goal:...................................199 (1999) Fewest Shots on Goal:..................................85 (1998) Most Goals Allowed: ....................................56 (1998) Fewest Goals Allowed: ................................13 (2004) Goal-Against Average:..............................0.73 (2004) Most Assists: ...............................................52 (1999) Fewest Assists: ............................................11 (2007) Most Points: ...............................................182 (1999) Fewest Points: .............................................43 (2007) Most Saves: ................................................146 (2000) Fewest Saves:...............................................76 (2007) Most Wins: ...................................................14 (1999) Fewest Wins: .................................................4 (1998) Most Home Wins: ..........................................9 (1999) Most Road Wins: ...........................................5 (1999) Most Consecutive Wins:............................. 6 (’96, ’06) Most Shutouts: ............................................11 (2000) Consecutive Shutouts: ..................................6 (1996) Most Times Shut out: ....................................9 (2007) Fewest Times Shut out: ................................2 (1999) Attendance Average:..................................357 (1999)

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****** 15 years, 141-122-33 (.532) MVC Record, 42-36-11 (.534) 1 MVC Postseason Title (2000) 1 NCAA Appearances (2000) 15 consecutive trips to MVC Tournament (1996-2010) 3 consecutive MVC Tournament Finals Apperarances (1999-2001)

Adams, Kati. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Aguilar, Samantha. . . . . . . . . . 2006-07-08-09 Alaimo, Alina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99-00-01 Alaimo, Jena. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-01 Albers, Jenny. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Allen, Tracey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Anderson, Ashley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04 Anderson, Chelsea. . . . . . . . . . 2003-04-05-06 Baca, Angela. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Bailes, Tara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09-10 Barth, Amy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04-05-06 Beal, Jennifer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-98-99 Beebe, Megan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05-06-07 Bisbee, Logan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09-10 Blair, Kate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05-06-07 Bouckaert, Kelly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Brown, Dorothy . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03-04-05 Bush, Tara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Caldwell, Kelly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Cassady, Meghan. . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06-07-08 Cochran, Lauren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Cochran, Lindsey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Cradick, Marci. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Cross, Christine . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08-10 Cross, Grace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Daniels, Colleen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 DeCarlo, Katie. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-01-02-03 Dennis, Amy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Depew, Jessica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Dobbs, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Dobkins, Jenna. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-07-08-09 Donaldson, Alissa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 East, Terrie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Eickmeier, Jennifer. . . . . . . . . 1997-98-99-00 Finders, Kelsey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Fisher, Mandy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00-01-02 Flecke, Megan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Frederickson, Katelyn. . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Galati, Laura. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06-07-08 Gallagher, Jamie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Gill, Julie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04 Goodloe, Jennifer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Grocki, Jennifer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Guenther, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02-03-04 Hamlin, Jennifer. . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09-10 Hautzinger, Jamie. . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Heck, Lauren. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05-06-07 Hercules, Kate. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04-05-06 Herndon, Elise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Holsopple, Katie. . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-01-02-03 Hood, Jackie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03-04-05 Houska, Sarah. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Hymer, Karen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02-03-04 Jasper, Jackie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06-07-08 Jaskowiak, Megan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Jensen, Kellie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Johnson, Mary Beth. . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Kalogerou, Adrianne . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Knopf, Jena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Kraichley, Michelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Kujawa, Kathleen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Lalumondiere, Colette. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Laughlin, Jenna. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07-08 Laughlin, Tiffany . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Lee, April . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00-01 Lewis, Erica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Linsin, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08-09-10 Litvan, Mary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-01-02-03 Logan, Nicole. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07 Martel, Lisa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02-03 Martin, Katie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 McBride, Shannon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02

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McClean, Jamey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 McFarlen, Jody. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 McGrath, Jeslynne. . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Miley, Tara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04-05 Miller, Heather. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Morris, Danielle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03 Neher, Michelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Neibling, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Osmundson, Allison. . . . . . . . . 2005-06-07-08 Owczarczak, Leah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03 Parsons, Angela. . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04-05-06 Peters, Ashley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 Poague, Christel. . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02-03-04 Radinsky, Amanda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04 Reisch, Katy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00-01-02 Reppell, Jordan . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08-09-10 Roberts, Jessica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Rooker, Caroline. . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04-05-06 Rouse, Mitzi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98 Russell, Ann-Marie . . . . . . . . . 1997-98-00-01 Russell, Shannon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Rutherford, Amber. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Schulte, Vicky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Schneider, Beth. . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97-98-99 Schultz, Stephanie. . . . . . . . . . 2000-01-02-03 Schwer, Gina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Scott, Heather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Seager, Cari. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Smith, Rachelle . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99-00-01 Smits, Jessica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07-08-09 Smolarczyk, Stacey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Sommer, Michelle. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Spry, Amanda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Stark, Debbie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-01 Stewart, Shelby. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Stock, Shannis. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-98-99-00 Stockton, Amy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Stormo, Alexis . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02-03-04 Sweeney, Caroline. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07-08 Tarver, Jamie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Teahan, Jessica. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09-10 Toellner, Bethany. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Unruh, Elizabeth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 Voet, Chelsea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Ward, Kristy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99-00-01 Washburn, Ashley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 West, Erica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Weekly, Audrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 Weimer, Rachel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Wendt, Lauren. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Whiteman, Natalie. . . . . . . . . . 1999-00-01-02 Willcox, Beth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Williams, Brooke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Williams, Nia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Williston, Sunny. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Worley, Cassie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03 Wright, Emily. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Yank, Julia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-01-02 Bold type indicates active player


Missouri State Women’s Soccer Award Winners NSCAA Central All-Region 1999 Jennifer Grocki, third team Debbie Stark, third team 2000 Alina Alaimo, third team 2003 Sarah Guenther, second team 2004 Sarah Guenther, first team NSCAA Great Lakes All-Region 2009 Samantha Aguilar, second team Jordan Reppell, third team 2010 Jordan Reppell, first team MVC Player of the Year 2009 Samantha Aguilar MVC Defensive Player of the Year 2000 Jennifer Grocki 2003 Sarah Guenther 2004 Sarah Guenther 2005 Kate Hercules 2007 Jackie Jasper 2010 Jordan Reppell MVC Freshman of the Year 2003 Kate Hercules 2006 Samantha Aguilar MVC Coach of the Year 1999 Rob Brewer MVC All-Conference 1996 Jamie Dobbs, first team Jenny Albers, second team Jamie Hautzinger, second team Beth Schneider, hon. mention Vicky Schulte, hon. mention 1997 Jamie Dobbs, first team Jamie Hautzinger, first team Jenny Albers, hon. mention Shannis Stock, hon. mention Jennifer Eickmeier, hon. men. 1998 Jamie Dobbs, first team Jennifer Beal, second team Alina Alaimo, hon. mention Jennifer Eickmeier, hon. men. Mitzi Rouse, hon. mention 1999 Jamie Hautzinger, first team Debbie Stark, first team Jennifer Grocki, second team Alina Alaimo, second team Shannis Stock, hon. mention 2000 Jennifer Grocki, first team Alina Alaimo, first team Shannis Stock, first team Jennifer Eickmeier, second team April Lee, second team 2001 Alina Alaimo, first team Katie DeCarlo, first team Alexis Stormo, hon. mention Shannon McBride, hon. mention Debbie Stark, hon. mention Julia Yank, hon. mention 2002 Sarah Guenther, second team Julia Yank, second team Katy Reisch, hon. mention 2003 Sarah Guenther, first team Kate Hercules, first team Chelsea Anderson, second team 2004 Sarah Guenther, first team Alexis Stormo, second team Kate Hercules, second team Kate Blair, hon. mention Angela Parsons, hon. mention 2005 Kate Hercules, first team Jackie Jasper, first team Chelsea Anderson, second team Jackie Hood, second team Allison Osmundson, hon. mention 2006 Kate Hercules, first team Jackie Jasper, first team Chelsea Anderson, second team Kate Blair, second team

2007 2008 2009 2010

Lauren Heck, hon. mention Caroline Sweeney, hon. mention Jackie Jasper, first team Allison Osmundson, first team Jordan Reppell, second team Samantha Aguilar, hon. mention Megan Beebe, hon. mention Jackie Jasper, first team Jordan Reppell, first team Samantha Aguilar, first team Jessica Smits, second team Allison Osmundson, second team Christine Cross, hon. mention Samantha Aguilar, first team Jordan Reppell, first team Jessica Teahan, first team Jenna Dobkins, second team Jessica Smits, second team Rachel Weimer, second team Nia Williams, hon. mention Jessica Teahan, first team Jordan Reppell, first team Grace Cross, second team Nia Williams, second team Brooke Williams, hon. mention

MVC All-Freshman Team 1996 Jenny Albers Jamie Dobbs Jamie Hautzinger 1997 Shannis Stock 1998 Alina Alaimo 1999 Debbie Stark 2000 Mary Litvan 2001 Alexis Stormo 2003 Kate Hercules Chelsea Anderson 2004 Kate Blair Lauren Heck 2005 Jackie Jasper Allison Osmundson 2006 Samantha Aguilar Nicole Logan 2007 Christine Cross Jordan Reppell Shannon Russell 2008 Kelsey Finders 2009 Claire Hulcer Megan Jaskowiak Rachel Weimer Nia Williams 2010 Brooke Williams MVC Academic All-Conference 1996 Alissa Donaldson, first team 1997 Jamie Hautzinger, first team Sarah Houska, hon. mention Vicky Schulte, hon. mention 1998 Beth Schneider, first team Jennifer Eickmeier, hon. mention Sarah Houska, hon. mention 1999 Jennifer Eickmeier, first team Jamie Hautzinger, first team Jenny Albers, hon. mention Jennifer Beal, hon. mention Sarah Houska, hon. mention Kristy Ward, hon. mention 2000 Jennifer Grocki, first team Kristy Ward, first team Alina Alaimo, hon. mention Jennifer Eickmeier, hon. men. Shannis Stock, hon. mention 2001 Kristy Ward, first team Alina Alaimo, hon.mention Mary Litvan, hon. mention 2002 Mary Litvan, first team Alexis Stormo, first team Katy Reisch, hon. mention Natalie Whiteman, hon. mention 2003 Karen Hymer, first team Mary Litvan, first team Alexis Stormo, hon. mention

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Alexis Stormo, first team Kate Hercules, first team Sarah Guenther, hon. mention Karen Hymer, hon. mention Angela Parsons, hon. mention Chelsea Anderson, first team Kate Blair, first team Kate Hercules, first team Chelsea Anderson, first team Kate Blair, first team Kate Hercules, first team Kate Blair, first team Nicole Logan, hon. mention Caroline Sweeney, first team Samantha Aguilar, hon. mention Jessica Smits, hon. mention Samantha Aguilar, first team Jordan Reppell, first team Jessica Teahan, first team Jessica Smits, hon. mention Jordan Reppell, first team Jessica Teahan, first team Grace Cross, hon. mention Michelle Sommer, hon. mention Nia Williams, hon. mention

CoSIDA Academic All-District VII 2002 Mary Litvan, first team 2003 Mary Litvan, first team Karen Hymer, second team Alexis Stormo, second team 2004 Karen Hymer, first team Alexis Stormo, first team 2005 Kate Blair, first team Chelsea Anderson, second team Kate Hercules, second team 2006 Kate Blair, first team Kate Hercules, second team 2007 Kate Blair, second team 2010 Jordan Reppell, second team Jessica Teahan, second team CoSIDA Academic All-America 2002 Mary Litvan, third team 2003 Mary Litvan, third team MVC All-Tournament Team 1996 Jamie Hautzinger Colette Lalumondiere 1997 Jamie Dobbs Jamie Hautzinger 1998 Jennifer Beal Mitzi Rouse 1999 Jennifer Grocki Jamie Hautzinger Shannis Stock 2000 Alina Alaimo Jennifer Eickmeier Jennifer Grocki (MVP) Julia Yank 2001 Kristy Ward Debbie Stark Alexis Stormo 2002 Katy Reisch 2003 Mary Litvan Karen Hymer 2004 Kate Hercules 2005 Chelsea Anderson 2006 Kate Blair Kate Hercules 2007 Allison Osmundson 2008 Jessica Smits Caroline Sweeney 2009 Samantha Aguilar Jenna Dobkins 2010 Jordan Reppell Jessica Teahan Nia Williams

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MVC Players of the Week 1996 Jamie Dobbs (def.), Sept. 17 1997 Heather Miller (def.), Sept. 22 Jamie Hautzinger (off.), Sept. 29 Beth Schneider (def.), Oct. 5 Jamie Hautzinger (off.), Oct. 12 Angela Baca (off.), Oct. 19 1999 Jennifer Grocki (def.), Sept. 13 Jamie Hautzinger (off.), Sept. 13 Natalie Whiteman (off.), Sept. 27 Jennifer Grocki (def.), Oct. 25 April Lee (off.), Oct. 25 2002 Cassie Worley (off.), Sept. 3 Alexis Stormo (def.), Sept. 3 Alexis Stormo (def.), Sept. 30 Alexis Stormo (def.), Oct. 20 2004 Kate Hercules (def.), Aug. 30 Karen Hymer (def.), Sept. 20 Angela Parsons (off.), Sept. 27 Karen Hymer (def.), Oct. 25 2005 Allison Osmundson (def.), Aug. 29 Kate Blair (off.), Sept. 6 Jackie Jasper (def.), Oct. 3 Chelsea Anderson (off.), Oct. 10 2006 Caroline Sweeney (off.), Sept. 11 Jackie Jasper (def.), Sept. 11 Kate Hercules (def.), Sept. 18 Jackie Jasper (def.), Oct. 30 2007 Jordan Reppell (def.), Sept. 4 Allison Osmundson (off.), Oct. 22 Jackie Jasper (def.), Oct. 22 2008 Jackie Jasper (def.), Sept. 22 2009 Jessica Teahan (def.), Sept 21 Jessica Teahan (def.), Oct 12 2010 Nia Williams (def.), Sept. 7 Jordan Reppell (def.), Oct. 4 Sarah Linsin (def.), Oct. 25 MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week 2004 Kate Hercules, Sept. 1 2006 Kate Hercules, Sept. 21 2010 Jordan Reppell, Oct. 6

Sarah Guenther (2001-04) was a three-time All-MVC selection and was named MVC Defensive Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004.

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Missouri State Women’s Soccer Year-by-Year Results

1996

Overall Record: 9-11-0 (.450) *MVC Record: 0-3

Game-by-Game

SMS 0, Mississippi 2 August 31, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Mississippi Shots 10 16 Tulsa Tournament SMS 1, Oklahoma State 2 September 6, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Sunny Williston (Colette Lalumondiere) 12’ SMS Oklahoma State Shots 10 13 SMS 0, Tulsa 1 September 7, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Tulsa Shots 6 18

Jamie Dobbs scored four goals in 1996.

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SMS 4, UALR 0 September 13, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 8’ Sunny Williston (unassisted) 21’ Jenny Albers (Jamie Hautzinger) 30’ Jamie Dobbs (unassisted) 81’ SMS UALR Shots 20 4 SMS 4, UTEP 0 September 15, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Gina Schwer (Jamie Hautzinger) 33’ Jamie Hautzinger (Mitzi Rouse) 38’ Jamie Hautzinger (Colette Lalumondiere, Jennifer Beal) 55’ Colette Lalumondiere (Sarah Houska) 70’ SMS UTEP Shots 13 14 SMS 2, Missouri 0 September 19, at Columbia, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (Mitzi Rouse) 40’ Jenny Albers (Jamie Hautzinger) 74’ SMS Missouri Shots 12 20 SMS 2, Central Missouri 0 September 21, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jenny Albers (Jamie Hautzinger) 18’ Gina Schwer (unassisted) 27’ SMS Central Missouri Shots 26 5 SMS 2, Missouri S&T 0 September 25, at Rolla, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jenny Albers (Jamie Hautzinger) 55’ Jamie Dobbs (unassisted) 85’ SMS Missouri S&T Shots 19 14 Oral Roberts Classic SMS 1, North Texas 0 September 28, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Sunny Williston (Penalty Kick) 52’ SMS North Texas Shots 10 4 SMS 0, Oral Roberts 7 September 29, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Oral Roberts Shots 7 18

1996 Team Leaders Goals: 10 Jamie Hautzinger Assists: 10 Jamie Hautzinger Points: 30 Jamie Hautzinger Shots: 64 Jamie Hautzinger Shutouts: 8 Beth Schneider

SMS 9, Southwest Baptist 1 October 1, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 5’ Jamie Hautzinger (Vicky Schulte) 5’ Vicky Schulte (unassisted) 19’ Sunny Williston (Vicky Schulte) 21’ Jenny Albers (Sarah Houska) 23’ Jennifer Goodloe (unassisted) 45’ Heather Scott (unassisted) 68’ Tara Bush (Jennifer Goodloe) 72’ Alissa Donaldson (Jennifer Goodloe, Michelle Kraichley) 88’ SMS Southwest Baptist Shots 19 2 *SMS 0, Illinois State 4 October 5, at Normal, Ill. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 18 26

Missouri State University

*SMS 0, Eastern Illinois 1 October 6, at Charleston, Ill. SMS Scoring: None SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 10 20 SMS 0, Saint Louis 1 October 13, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Saint Louis Shots 12 14 Texas Tech Tournament SMS 0, Baylor 3 October 19, at Lubbock, Texas SMS Scoring: None SMS Baylor Shots 8 18 SMS 1, Texas Tech 5 October 20, at Lubbock, Texas SMS Scoring: Jamie Dobbs (Sarah Houska) 56’ SMS Texas Tech Shots 11 16 *SMS 2, Evansville 5 October 27, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (Jenny Albers) 20’ Gina Schwer (Mitzi Rouse) 48’ SMS Evansville Shots 10 19 SMS 7, Tennessee Tech 0 November 2, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Sarah Houska (unassisted) 4’ Sarah Houska (Jenny Albers, Jamie Hautzinger) 14’ Gina Schwer (Alissa Donaldson) 15’ Gina Schwer (Jamie Hautzinger, Jenny Albers) 16’ Jamie Hautzinger (Colette Lalumondiere) 51’ Vicky Schulte (Colette Lalumondiere) 52’ Jamie Dobbs (Vicky Schulte, Jamie Hautzinger) 61’ SMS Tennessee Tech Shots 36 2 MVC Tournament SMS 4, Illinois State 0 November 7, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Colette Lalumondiere (unassisted) 28’ Jamie Hautzinger (Colette Lalumondiere) 30’ Sarah Houska (Colette Lalumondiere) 43’ Colette Lalumondiere (Gina Schwer) 58’ SMS Illinois State Shots 15 5 SMS 1, Evansville 4 (OT) November 8, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 50’ SMS Evansville Shots 8 29


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1997

Overall Record: 12-7-2 (.619) *MVC Record: 2-2-1 (3rd)

Game-by-Game

SMS 1, Oklahoma State 0 August 29, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (Jamie Dobbs) 30’ SMS Oklahoma State Shots 14 19 SMS 0, Tulsa 4 August 31, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Tulsa Shots 9 23

SMS Dillon’s/Reebok Classic *SMS 3, Creighton 0 October 10, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Sarah Houska (unassisted) 15’ Mary Beth Johnson (unassisted) 40’ Jamie Hautzinger (Cori Seager) 81’ SMS Creighton Shots 19 8 SMS 2, Belmont 1 October 12, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Ann-Marie Russell) 11’ Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 20’ SMS Belmont Shots 29 4

SMS 1, Memphis 3 September 5, at Memphis, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 6’ SMS Memphis Shots 10 16

SMS 4, Rockhurst 3 (OT) October 14, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Sunny Williston (Jamie Hautzinger, Shannis Stock) 73’ Angela Baca (Jamie Hautzinger) 74’ Angela Baca (unassisted) 90’ Angela Baca (Ann-Marie Russell) 99’ SMS Rockhurst Shots 27 9

SMS 1, Central Missouri 0 September 15, at Warrensburg, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Dobbs (unassisted) 19’ SMS Central Missouri Shots 18 14 SMS 0, Missouri 1 September 19, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Missouri Shots 7 23

*SMS 0, Evansville 3 October 17, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: None SMS Evansville Shots 3 15

SMS 4, Northern Arizona 1 September 21, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Vicky Shulte) 1’ Ann-Marie Russell (Jamie Hautzinger) 9’ Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 47’ Mitzi Rouse (Vicky Schulte) 72’ SMS Northern Arizona Shots 26 19

SMS 5, Missouri S&T 1 October 20, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Shannis Stock (unassisted) 1’ Jennifer Eickmeier (unassisted) 18’ Jamie Hautzinger (Shannis Stick) 31’ Mitzi Rouse (Shannis Stock) 50’ Mary Beth Johnson (unassisted) 71’ SMS Missouri S&T Shots 17 7

SMS 1, Oral Roberts 0 September 26, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Vicky Schulte (unassisted) 60’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 16 16

SMS 3, Kansas 2 October 24, at Lawrence, Kan. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 55’ Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 70’ Mitzi Rouse (Jennifer Eickmeier) 71’ SMS Kansas Shots 18 13 SMS 1, Saint Louis 1 (2OT) October 26, at St. Louis, Mo. SMS Scoring: Angela Baca (Jamie Hautzinger) 73’ SMS Saint Louis Shots 15 18 *SMS 1, Eastern Illinois 2 October 31, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Jamie Hautzinger) 77’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 10 9 SMS 1, Arkansas 5 November 2, at Fayetteville, Ark. SMS Scoring: Tara Bush (Jamie Hautzinger) 38’ SMS Arkansas Shots 12 22 MVC Tournament SMS 3, Valparaiso 0 November 6, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 21’ Shannis Stock (Jamie Hautzinger) 25’ Mary Beth Johnson (unassisted) 75’ SMS Valparaiso Shots 20 8 SMS 1, Eastern Illinois 2 November 7, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (unassisted) 19’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 15 17

SMS 4, UALR 2 September 28, at Little Rock, Ark. SMS Scoring: Sarah Houska (Shannis Stock) 18’ Jamie Hautzinger (Ann-Marie Russell) 50’ Mitzi Rouse (Jamie Hautzinger) 57’ Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 83’ SMS UALR Shots 27 8 *SMS 2, Valparaiso 0 October 3, at Valparaiso, Ind. SMS Scoring: Jenny Albers (Jamie Hautsinger) 31’ Jamie Hautzinger (Jamie Dobbs) 84’ SMS Valparaiso Shots 23 12 *SMS 0, Illinois State 0 (2OT) October 5, at Normal, Ill. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 7 9

Jamie Hautzinger led the team in every offensive category in 1997.

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1997 Team Leaders Goals: 12 Jamie Hautzinger Assists: 9 Jamie Hautzinger Points: 33 Jamie Hautzinger Shots: 87 Jamie Hautzinger Shutouts: 5 Heather Miller

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1998

SMS 1, Tulsa 2 (2OT) September 4, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jenny Albers (unassisted) 52’ SMS Tulsa Shots 5 13

*SMS 0, Illinois State 3 October 11, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 1 11

*SMS 1, Eastern Illinois 4 October 25, at Charleston, Ill. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Vicky Schulte) 80’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 9 16

SMS 2, Memphis 1 September 6, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Alina Alaimo (Mary Beth Johnson) 43’ Jenny Albers (Jamie Hautzinger) 59’ SMS Memphis Shots 9 12

*SMS 0, Evansville 2 October 16, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Evansville Shots 1 14

MVC Tournament

SMS 1, Missouri 7 September 11, at Columbia, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Jamie Hautzinger) 6’ SMS Missouri Shots 5 26

*SMS 1, UALR 0 October 18, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Rachelle Smith (Kristy Ward, Sarah Houska) 75’ SMS UALR Shots 12 3

SMS 0, TCU 1 September 15, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS TCU Shots 6 11

SMS 1, Belmont 4 October 23, at Nashville, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Rachelle Smith (unassisted) 84’ SMS Belmont Shots 7 16

SMS 2, Oral Roberts 4 September 18, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Kristy Ward (unassisted) 21’ Michelle Neher (unassisted) 73’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 8 20

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Overall Record: 4-14-1 (.237) *MVC Record: 2-4-0 (4th)

Game-by-Game

SMS 0, Oklahoma State 4 September 20, at Stillwater, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Oklahoma State Shots 1 27

1998 Team Leaders Goals: 4 Mitzi Rouse Assists: 3 Jamie Hautzinger 3 Jennifer Eickmeier Points: 9 Mitzi Rouse Shots: 25 Jamie Dobbs Shutouts: 1 Colleen Daniels

*SMS 0, Creighton 6 September 25, at Omaha, Neb. SMS Scoring: None SMS Creighton Shots 11 22 SMS 0, #21 Nebraska 7 September 27, at Lincoln, Neb. SMS Scoring: None SMS Nebraska Shots 3 29 SMS 2, Rockhurst 3 October 1, at Kansas City, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jenny Albers (unassisted) 58’ Ann-Marie Russell (Jenny Albers) 87’ SMS Rockhurst Shots 8 14 SMS 1, Mississippi State 2 (2OT) October 4, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Ann-Marie Russell) 72’ SMS Mississippi State Shots 13 15 SMS 1, Saint Louis 1 (2OT) October 7, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Ann-Marie Russell (Jennifer Eickmeier, Mitzi Rouse) 65’ SMS Saint Louis Shots 14 12 *SMS 2, Valparaiso 1 (OT) October 9, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mitzi Rouse (Ann-Marie Russell) 2’ Jamie Dobbs (Jennifer Eickmeier) 94’ SMS Valparaiso Shots 14 4

Jenny Albers scored goals in the Bears’ first two matches of the season.

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SMS 3, Eastern Illinois 1 October 29, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Jennifer Beal (Penalty Kick) 22’ Jamie Gallagher (Jamie Hautzinger) 43’ Rachelle Smith (Jennifer Eickmeier) 68’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 17 13 SMS 0, Illinois State 3 October 30, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 8 16


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1999

Game-by-Game

SMS 4, Tulsa 0 August 27, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Vicky Schulte (unassisted) 14’ Kristy Ward (Jenny Albers) 16’ Jennifer Eickmeier (Shannis Stock, Jamie Hautzinger) 47’ Debbie Stark (Jennifer Eickmeier) 51’ SMS Tulsa Shots 17 13 SMS 5, SEMO 1 August 29, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Debbie Stark (Jennifer Eickmeier) 2’ Debbie Stark (Shannis Stock) 23’ Rachelle Smith (Jennifer Eickmeier) 25’ Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 61’ Stacey Smolarczyk (unassisted) 70’ SMS SEMO Shots 16 7 SMS 6, Oral Roberts 0 August 31, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jennifer Eickmeier (unassisted) 21’ Jamie Hautzinger (Jennifer Eickmeier) 22’ Shannis Stock (unassisted) 39’ Natalie Whiteman (Rachelle Smith) 43’ Katy Reisch (Jamie Hautzinger, Debbie Stark) 66’ Elizabeth Unruh (Mandy Fisher) 89’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 13 6 SMS 1, Mississippi 3 September 3, at Oxford, Miss. SMS Scoring: Jena Knopf (unassisted) 85’ SMS Mississippi Shots 9 23 SMS 5, Mississippi State 0 September 5, at Starkville, Miss. SMS Scoring: Sarah Houska (Jennifer Eickmeier) 36’ Alina Alaimo (Jamie Hautzinger, Shannis Stock) 47’ Alina Alaimo (unassisted) 51’ Debbie Stark (unassisted) 73’ Sarah Houska (Rachelle Smith) 89’ SMS Mississippi State Shots 28 3 SMS 4, Oklahoma State 0 September 8, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (Natalie Whiteman) 15’ Natalie Whiteman (Jamie Hautzinger, Alina Alaimo) 49’ Debbie Stark (Alina Alaimo) 51’ Debbie Stark (Jennifer Eickmeier) 56’ SMS Oklahoma State Shots 10 11 SMS 1, Memphis 0 September 10, at Memphis, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Alina Alaimo (unassisted) 23’ SMS Memphis Shots 12 8 SMS 7, Tennessee-Martin 0 September 12, at Martin, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (Natalie Whiteman, Shannis Stock) 21’ Jenny Albers (unassisted) 23’ Natalie Whiteman (Jamie Hautzinger) 27’ Sarah Houska (unassisted) 31’ Sarah Houska (Jena Knopf) 36’

Overall Record: 14-7-1 (.659) *MVC Record: 3-2-0 (3rd)

Natalie Whiteman (unassisted) 62’ Mandy Fisher (unassisted) 76’ SMS Tennessee-Martin Shots 31 1

Debbie Stark led the team with 11 goals as a freshman in 1999.

SMS 1, Saint Louis 3 September 15, at St. Louis, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mandy Fisher (Debbie Stark) 90’ SMS Saint Louis Shots 5 16 SMS 1, Kansas 3 September 21, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Natalie Whiteman (Shannis Stock, Jamie Hautzinger) 52’ SMS Kansas Shots 5 12 SMS 4, Missouri S&T 2 September 25, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Natalie Whiteman (Jamie Hautzinger) 48’ Alina Alaimo (unassisted) 62’ Jamie Hautzinger (Alina Alaimo, Shannis Stock) 64’ Debbie Stark (Jennifer Beal) 72’ SMS Missouri S&T Shots 19 7 *SMS 0, Illinois State 1 October 1, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 2 11 SMS 2, Arkansas 1 (2OT) October 8, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Sarah Houska (Jamie Hautzinger) 61’ April Lee (Jamie Hautzinger) 111’ SMS Arkansas Shots 14 14 SMS 0, Eastern Illinois 1 October 10, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 18 11 *SMS 8, UALR 0 October 15, at Little Rock, Ark. SMS Scoring: Jamie Hautzinger (April Lee, Jennifer Eickmeier) 30’ Sarah Houska (Jennifer Eickmeier) 35’ Jamie Hautzinger (Debbie Stark, Alina Alaimo) 47’ April Lee (Jamie Hautzinger) 50’ Alina Alaimo (Debbie Stark) 61’ Sarah Houska (unassisted) 64’ Debbie Stark (unassisted) 80’ Kristy Ward (unassisted) 82’ SMS UALR Shots 21 3 *SMS 1, Evansville 2 October 17, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Debbie Stark (unassisted) 33’ SMS Evansville Shots 7 15

*SMS 2, Creighton 1 (OT) October 24, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: April Lee (Jamie Hautzinger) 88’ Debbie Stark (Jamie Dobbs) 104’ SMS Creighton Shots 9 8 *SMS 2, Drury 0 October 29, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jennifer Eickmeier (Sarah Houska) 13’ Sarah Houska (Jennifer Eickmeier) 18’ SMS Drury Shots 12 3 MVC Tournament SMS 6, UALR 0 October 31, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Alina Alaimo (unassisted) 9’ Mandy Fisher (Natalie Whiteman) 40’ Jamie Dobbs (unassisted) 48’ Debbie Stark (unassisted) 57’ Rachelle Smith (Katy Reisch) 79’ Kristy Ward (Mandy Fisher) 86’ SMS UALR Shots 24 2 SMS 1, Illinois State 1 (SMS 4-3 PK’s) November 5, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Alina Alaimo (Kristy Ward) 44’ SMS Illinois State Shots 11 19 SMS 2, Evansville 3 (3OT) November 7, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: April Lee (Shannis Stock) 48’ Jamie Hautzinger (unassisted) 64’ SMS Evansville Shots 3 18

SMS 2, Belmont 1 October 22, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: April Lee (unassisted) 33’ April Lee (Jamie Hautzinger) 83’ SMS Belmont Shots 18 2

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1999 Team Leaders Goals: 11 Debbie Stark Assists: 12 Jamie Hautzinger Points: 30 Jamie Hautzinger Shots: 51 Jamie Hautzinger Shutouts: 1 Jennifer Grocki

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2000

SMS 3, Central Missouri 1 August 26, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mary Litvan (Alina Alaimo) 3’ Kristy Ward (Natalie Whiteman, Ann-Marie Russell) 8’ Mary Litvan (unassisted) 25’ SMS Central Missouri Shots 5 23 SMS 0, #5 Nebraska 5 August 29, at Lincoln Neb. SMS Scoring: None SMS Nebraska Shots 2 32 Oral Roberts Tournament SMS 7, Arkansas State 0 September 1, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Mary Litvan (Natalie Whiteman) 4’ Alina Alaimo (unassisted) 18’ Alina Alaimo (Shannis Stock) 23’ Mary Litvan (Katie DeCarlo) 27’ Mandy Fisher (Jena Alaimo) 39’ Jennifer Eickmeier (unassisted) 54’ Ann-Marie Russell (April Lee, Alina Alaimo) 69’ SMS Arkansas State Shots 9 26

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Overall Record: 12-11-1 (.521) *MVC Record: 4-3-0 (3rd)

Game-by-Game

SMS 1, Oral Roberts 2 September 3, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: April Lee (Katie DeCarlo) 87’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 16 20 SMS 1, Saint Louis 5 September 6, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: April Lee (Julia Yank, Natalie Whiteman) 21’ SMS Saint Louis Shots 12 15 SMS 4, Memphis 0 September 8, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Rachelle Smith (Mary Litvan, Alina Alaimo) 26’ April Lee (unassisted) 71’ Jamey McClean (Mary Litvan) 84’ Ann-Marie Russell (Katie Martin) 86’ SMS Memphis Shots 18 13 SMS 0, Tulsa 4 September 10, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Tulsa Shots 7 24 Kansas Tournament SMS 2, Mississippi 4 September 15, at Lawrence, Kan. SMS Scoring: Kristy Ward (unassisted) 41’ Katie DeCarlo (Shannis Stock, April Lee) 69’ SMS Mississippi Shots 11 18 SMS 0, Kansas 2 September 17, at Lawrence, Kan. SMS Scoring: None SMS Kansas Shots 11 26

SMS 2, Arkansas 3 September 20, at Fayetteville, Ark. SMS Scoring: April Lee (unassisted) 12’ April Lee (unassisted) 56’ SMS Arkansas Shots 6 22 SMS 3, SEMO 0 September 22, at Cape Girardeau, Mo. SMS Scoring: Stacey Smolarczyk (unassisted) 21’ April Lee (Julia Yank) 56’ Ann-Marie Russell (Rachelle Smith) 87’ SMS SEMO Shots 11 17 SMS 0, Eastern Illinois 0 (2OT) September 27, at Charleston, Ill. SMS Scoring: None SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 26 20 SMS 6, Tennessee-Martin 0 September 29, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Alina Alaimo (Mary Litvan) 6’ Stacey Smolarczyk (Natalie Whiteman, Shannis Stock) 13’ Mary Litvan (Katie Reisch) 23’ April Lee (Rachelle Smith) 74’ Rachelle Smith (Julia Yank) 79’ Jena Alaimo (unassisted) 85’ SMS Tennessee-Martin Shots 30 3 *SMS 4, UNI 1 October 6, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mary Litvan (Ann-Marie Russell) 12’ Kristy Ward (unassisted) 55’ Stacey Smolarczyk (Katie Decarlo, Jennifer Eickmeier) 77’ Mandy Fisher (unassisted) 84’ SMS UNI Shots 20 1 *SMS 1, Creighton 0 October 8, at Omaha, Neb. SMS Scoring: April Lee (Alina Alaimo) 67’ SMS Creighton Shots 21 9 *SMS 1, Illinois State 2 October 13, at Normal, Ill. SMS Scoring: Stacey Smolarczyk (unassisted) 14’ SMS Illinois State Shots 8 17 *SMS 4, Indiana State 0 October 15, at Terre Haute, Ind. SMS Scoring: Ann-Marie Russell (Kristy Ward) 51’ Jennifer Eickmeier (unassisted) 69’ Stephanie Schultz (Rachelle Smith) 86’ Katie DeCarlo (unassisted) 87’ SMS Indiana State Shots 19 2

2000 Team Leaders Goals: 9 April Lee Assists: 5 Alina Alaimo Points: 21 April Lee Shots: 64 April Lee Shutouts: 9 Jennifer Grocki

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2000 MVC Tournament Champions *SMS 1, Belmont 0 October 20, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Stacey Smolarczyk (Mary Litvan) 19’ SMS Belmont Shots 14 10 *SMS 0, Evansville 1 (OT) October 22, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Evansville Shots 2 12 *SMS 2, Drury 3 October 27, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: April Lee (unassisted) 40’ Alina Alaimo (unassisted) 85’ SMS Drury Shots 17 15 MVC Tournament SMS 5, UNI 0 October 29, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Alina Alaimo (Penalty Kick) 25’ Alina Alaimo (Julia Yank) 44’ Julia Yank (Penalty Kick) 80’ UNI Own Goal 83’ Katie DeCarlo (Mandy Fisher) 88’ SMS UNI Shots 17 1 SMS 1, Illinois State 0 (OT) November 3, at Maryland Heights, Mo. SMS Scoring: Julia Yank (Alina Alaimo) 101’ SMS Illinois State Shots 8 17 SMS 1, Evansville 0 November 5, at Maryland Heights, Mo. SMS Scoring: Stacey Smolarczyk (April Lee) 64’ SMS Evansville Shots 6 13 NCAA Tournament SMS 0, Arizona State 2 November 8, at Tempe, Ariz. SMS Scoring: None SMS Arizona State Shots 8 10


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2001

Game-by-Game

Overall Record: 10-9-1 (.525) *MVC Record: 2-4-0 (5th)

SMS 1, Tennessee-Martin 0 August 31, at Martin, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Mary Litvan (Katie DeCarlo) 24’ SMS Tennessee-Martin Shots 26 7

*SMS 0, Illinois State 4 October 7, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 5 26

SMS 2, Memphis 2 (2OT) September 2, at Memphis, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Memphis Own Goal 34’ Debbie Stark (Mandy Fisher) 43’ SMS Memphis Shots 11 16

*SMS 2, Indiana State 0 October 12, at Terre Haute, Ind. SMS Scoring: Mandy Fisher (Rachel Smith) 42’ Katie DeCarlo (Sarah Guenther) 88’ SMS Indiana State Shots 12 13

SMS 2, Tulsa 1 (2OT) September 7, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Debbie Stark (Mary Litvan) 55’ Julia Yank (Shannon McBride, Kristy Ward) 120’ [119:20] SMS Tulsa Shots 16 15

*SMS 1, Evansville 2 October 14, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Ann-Marie Russell (unassisted) 53’ SMS Evansville Shots 11 15

SMS 3, Oral Roberts 1 September 9, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Erica Lewis (Debbie Stark) 44’ Katie DeCarlo (Mandy Fisher) 50’ Mary Litvan (Julia Yank, Kristy Ward) 67’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 18 14

*SMS 1, Creighton 2 (OT) October 21, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Julia Yank (Shannon McBride) 27’ SMS Creighton Shots 16 24 SMS 0, Arkansas 4 October 24, at Fayetteville, Ark. SMS Scoring: None SMS Arkansas Shots 5 21

SMS 0, Oklahoma State 4 September 18, at Stillwater, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Oklahoma State Shots 11 28

*SMS 1, Drury 2 November 1, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Ann-Marie Russell (Katie DeCarlo) 1’ [0:51] SMS Drury Shots 8 8 MVC Tournament SMS 3, Drury 1 November 4, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Debbie Stark (Rachel Smith) 23’ Erica Lewis (Lisa Martel) 43’ Sarah Guenther (Erica Lewis) 72’ SMS Drury Shots 10 18 SMS 2, Illinois State 0 November 9, at Maryland Heights, Mo. SMS Scoring: Debbie Stark (Lisa Martel) 38’ Katie DeCarlo (Debbie Stark) 67’ SMS Illinois State Shots 6 15 SMS 1, Evansville 2 November 11, at Maryland Heights, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kristy Ward (Ann-Marie Russell, Katie DeCarlo) 49’ SMS Evansville Shots 5 19

SMS 1, Eastern Illinois 0 October 28, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: April Lee (Mandy Fisher) 43’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 19 24

SMS 0, Oklahoma 1 September 21, at Norman, Okla. SMS Scoring: None SMS Oklahoma Shots 5 24 SMS 6, IPFW 0 September 23, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Sarah Guenther (Julia Yank, Stephanie Schultz) 17’ Katie DeCarlo (unassisted) 28’ Debbie Stark (unassisted) 29’ Debbie Stark (unassisted) 36’ Mandy Fisher (Sarah Guenther) 81’ Ann-Marie Russell (unassisted) 90’ [89:51] SMS IPFW Shots 20 8

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2001 Team Leaders Goals: 7 Debbie Stark Assists: 4 Katie DeCarlo 4 Mandy Fisher 4 Shannon McBride Points: 17 Debbie Stark Shots: 31 Alina Alaimo Shutouts: 4 Alexis Stormo

SMS 2, Centenary 1 September 30, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Debbie Stark (Katie DeCarlo) 62’ Kristy Ward (April Lee, Alina Alaimo) 79’ SMS Centenary Shots 12 11 SMS 0, Saint Louis 1 (2OT) October 2, at St. Louis, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Saint Louis Shots 6 16 *SMS 2, UNI 1 October 5, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mandy Fisher (unassisted) 54’ Katie DeCarlo (Debbie Stark) 58’ SMS UNI Shots 18 7

Alina Alaimo led the Bears with 31 shots taken.

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2002

SMS 1, Middle Tennessee 0 August 30, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Christel Poague (Mary Litvan) 70’ SMS Middle Tennessee Shots 22 15

SMS 1, Tulsa 0 (OT) September 29, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Tracy Allen (Mandy Fisher) 100’ SMS Tulsa Shots 8 29

SMS 4, Tennessee-Martin 0 September 1, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Tracy Allen (unassisted) 45’ Sarah Guenther (unassisted) 54’ Cassie Worley (unassisted) 63’ Julia Yank (unassisted) 67’ SMS Tennessee-Martin Shots 29 14

*SMS 2, UNI 1 October 4, at Cedar Falls, Iowa SMS Scoring: UNI Own Goal 26’ Tracy Allen (Katy Reisch) 39’ SMS UNI Shots 12 12

SMS 0, Minnesota 3 September 4, at Minneapolis, Minn. SMS Scoring: None SMS Minnesota Shots 7 34 SMS 0, SEMO 3 September 8, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS SEMO Shots 7 32

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Overall Record: 8-7-3 (.528) *MVC Record: 3-3-2 (4th)

Game-by-Game

SMS 2, Eastern Illinois 1 September 13, at Charleston, Ill. SMS Scoring: Mary Litvan (Christel Poague) 51’ Julia Yank (Mandy Fisher) 64’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 10 16

*SMS 0, Drake 0 (2OT) October 18, at Des Moines, Iowa SMS Scoring: None SMS Drake Shots 23 14 *SMS 0, Creighton 0 (2OT) October 20, at Omaha, Neb. SMS Scoring: None SMS Creighton Shots 19 21

*SMS 2, Illinois State 3 October 6, at Normal, Ill. SMS Scoring: Tracy Allen (unassisted) 34’ Lisa Martel (Katie DeCarlo) 78’ SMS Illinois State Shots 8 16

*SMS 2, Drury 1 October 31, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Drury Own Goal 50’ Katie DeCarlo (unassisted) 54’ SMS Drury Shots 12 8

*SMS 1, Indiana State 0 October 11, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Christel Poague (Sarah Guenther) 80’ SMS Indiana State Shots 12 4

MVC Tournament SMS 0, UNI 2 November 4, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS UNI Shots 14 12

*SMS 0, Evansville 2 October 13, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Evansville Shots 16 9

SMS 0, Northern Illinois 1 September 15, at DeKalb, Ill. SMS Scoring: None SMS Northern Illinois Shots 16 15 SMS 3, Mississippi 4 September 20, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Mary Litvan (unassisted) 16’ Sarah Guenther (unassisted) 80’ Danielle Morris (unassisted) 84’ SMS Mississippi Shots 7 18 SMS 2, Mississippi State 1 September 22, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Julia Yank (Penalty Kick) 82’ Mary Litvan (Julia Yank) 88’ SMS Mississippi State Shots 9 27 SMS 1, Oral Roberts 1 (2OT) September 27, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Christel Poague (Cassie Worley) 44’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 16 22

2002 Team Leaders Goals: 4 Tracy Allen Assists: 3 Mandy Fisher Points: 8 Tracy Allen 8 Julia Yank Shots: 33 Lisa Martel 33 Julia Yank Shutouts: 6 Alexis Stormo

Mary Litvan started all 18 matches and added three goals for the Bears in 2002.

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Missouri State Women’s Soccer Year-by-Year Results

2003

Game-by-Game

Overall Record: 9-9-3 (.500) *MVC Record: 5-2-0 (3rd)

SMS 1, Murray State 2 August 29, at Murray, Ky. SMS Scoring: Caroline Rooker (Danielle Morris) 79’ SMS Murray State Shots 14 5

*SMS 0, Drake 2 October 10, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Drake Shots 6 12

SMS 1, Tennessee-Martin 1 (2OT) August 31, at Martin, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Cassie Worley (Katie DeCarlo) 18’ SMS Tennessee-Martin Shots 22 12

*SMS 1, Creighton 0 October 12, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Caroline Rooker (Sarah Guenther) 84’ SMS Creighton Shots 10 11

SMS 0, Mississippi State 0 (2OT) September 5, at Starkville, Miss. SMS Scoring: None SMS Mississippi State Shots 6 14

*SMS 1, UNI 0 October 17, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Cassie Worley (Angela Parsons) 24’ SMS UNI Shots 11 5

SMS 0, Mississippi 4 September 7, at Oxford, Miss. SMS Scoring: None SMS Mississippi Shots 4 31

*SMS 0, Illinois State 2 October 19, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 5 14

SMS 1, Kansas 2 September 9, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Mary Litvan) 76’ SMS Kansas Shots 4 10

*SMS 2, Indiana State 0 October 24, at Terre Haute, Ind. SMS Scoring: Kate Hercules (unassisted) 25’ Danielle Morris (Chelsea Anderson) 79’ SMS Indiana State Shots 21 11

SMS 3, Memphis 2 September 12, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Jaclyn Hood (PK) 38’ Sarah Guenther (unassisted) 50’ Chelsea Anderson (unassisted) 62’ SMS Memphis Shots 14 11

*SMS 2, Drury 0 October 30, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Angela Parsons (PK) 57’ Mary Litvan (unassisted) 62’ SMS Drury Shots 12 3 MVC Tournament SMS 2, Drury 1 November 2, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Angela Parsons) 48’ Katie DeCarlo (unassisted) 62’ SMS Drury Shots 14 3 SMS 0, Illinois State 1 November 7, at Maryland Heights, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Illinois State Shots 4 12

*SMS 2, Evansville 0 October 26, at Evansville, Ind. SMS Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (unassisted) 78’ Sarah Guenther (unassisted) 81’ SMS Evansville Shots 13 5

2003 Team Leaders Goals: 5 Chelsea Anderson Assists: 3 Chelsea Anderson Points: 13 Chelsea Anderson Shots: 38 Chelsea Anderson Shutouts: 6 Alexis Stormo

SMS 1, SEMO 2 September 14, at Cape Girardeau, Mo. SMS Scoring: Ashley Anderson (unassisted) 31’ SMS SEMO Shots 10 28 SMS 2, Middle Tennessee 1 September 19, at Murfressboro, Tenn. SMS Scoring: Katie DeCarlo (Stephanie Schultz) 37’ Mary Litvan (Caroline Rooker) 55’ SMS Middle Tennessee Shots 11 13 SMS 1, Eastern Illinois 3 September 21, at Charleston, Ill. SMS Scoring: Dorothy Brown (Mary Litvan) 86’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 12 12 SMS 2, Tulsa 1 (OT) September 26, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kate Hercules (Katie DeCarlo) 78’ Chelsea Anderson (Kate Hercules) 94’ SMS Tulsa Shots 15 9 SMS 0, Oral Roberts 0 (2OT) September 28, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Oral Roberts Shots 13 8 SMS 0, Saint Louis 1 October 5, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Saint Louis Shots 5 15

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Sarah Guenther was named MVC Defensive Player of the Year in 2003.

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2004

SMS 6, Murray State 1 August 29, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kate Blair (Chelsea Anderson) 5’ Kate Blair (Chelsea Anderson) 7’ Murray State Own Goal 32’ Chelsea Anderson (unassisted) 52’ Kate Hercules (Angela Parsons) 69’ Lindsay Cochran (Amy Barth) 82’ SMS Murray State Shots 29 11 SMS 0, Arkansas 1 September 3, at Fayetteville, Ark. SMS Scoring: None SMS Arkansas Shots 10 10 SMS 0, Saint Louis 2 September 8, at St. Louis, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Saint Louis Shots 6 26 SMS 1, North Texas 0 September 12, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Sarah Guenther (Dorothy Brown) 75’ SMS North Texas Shots 11 27

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Overall Record: 9-4-4 (.647) *MVC Record: 3-2-2 (4th)

Game-by-Game

*SMS 1, Illinois State 1 (2OT) October 8, at Normal, Ill. SMS Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Angela Parsons) 27’ SMS Illinois State Shots 11 20 *SMS 2, UNI 0 October 10, at Cedar Falls, Iowa SMS Scoring: Sarah Guenther (unassisted) 26’ Tara Miley (Sarah Guenther) 77’ SMS UNI Shots 23 11 *SMS 2, Evansville 1 October 14, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kate Blair (Sarah Guenther) 52’ Kate Blair (Dorothy Brown) 73’ SMS Evansville Shots 15 12 *SMS 0, Indiana State 1 October 16, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: None SMS Indiana State Shots 15 10

SMS 2, Eastern Illinois 0 October 24, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kate Blair (Caroline Rooker, Dorothy Brown) 60’ Christel Poague (unassisted) 77’ SMS Eastern Illinois Shots 11 14 *SMS 3, Drury 0 October 28, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kate Hercules (Sarah Guenther) 17’ Angela Parsons (Jaclyn Hood) 60’ Kate Blair (Kate Hercules, Ashley Anderson) 68’ SMS Drury Shots 17 2 MVC Tournament SMS 1, Illinois State 1 (2OT) (ISU 5-4 PK’s) October 31, at Normal, Ill. SMS Scoring: Sarah Guenther (unassisted) 12’ SMS Illinois State Shots 3 18

SMS 1, Tulsa 1 (2OT) September 17, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Lauren Heck (Sarah Guenther) 50’ SMS Tulsa Shots 13 11 SMS 1, Oral Roberts 0 September 19, at Tulsa, Okla. SMS Scoring: Kate Blair (Lindsey Cochran) 42’ SMS Oral Roberts Shots 13 11 SMS 4, UALR 0 September 22, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Angela Parsons (Lindsey Cochran) 44’ Kate Blair (Angela Parsons, Megan Beebe) 56’ Lindsey Cochran (Sarah Guenther) 66’ Kate Hercules (Lauren Cochran) 90’ [89:57] SMS UALR Shots 36 3 SMS 5, Northern Illinois 0 September 26, at Springfield, Mo. SMS Scoring: Kate Hercules (Angela Parsons) 6’ Kate Blair (Sarah Guenther) 11’ Angela Parsons (unassisted) 28’ Kate Hercules (Sarah Guenther) 30’ Kate Hercules (Erica West) 83’ SMS Northern Illinois Shots 12 7 *SMS 0, Creighton 0 (2OT) October 1, at Omaha, Neb. SMS Scoring: None SMS Creighton Shots 14 21 *SMS 0, Drake 4 October 3, at Des Moines, Iowa SMS Scoring: None SMS Drake Shots 6 20

2004 Team Leaders Goals: 8 Kate Blair Assists: 7 Sarah Guenther Points: 16 Kate Blair Shots: 50 Kate Blair Shutouts: 7 Alexis Stormo

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Alexis Stormo finished her career in 2004 with 24 shutouts, second-most in MSU history.


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2005

Overall Record: 9-4-5 (.639) *MVC Record: 3-1-2 (3rd)

Game-by-Game

Missouri State 2, Arkansas State 1 (OT) August 26, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Allison Osmundson (Jenna Dobkins) 85’ Kate Blair (unassisted) 95’ Missouri State Arkansas State Shots 25 5 Missouri State 4, UALR 0 August 28, at Little Rock, Ark. MSU Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Caroline Rooker) 2’ Meghan Cassady (Angela Parsons) 31’ Meghan Cassady (unassisted) 64’ Allison Osmundson (unassisted) 77’ Missouri State UALR Shots 19 6 Missouri State 0, #23 Kansas 2 August 31, at Lawrence, Kan. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Kansas Shots 6 18

*Missouri State 3, Evansville 0 October 2, at Evansville, Ind. MSU Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Dorothy Brown) 28’ Erica West (Kate Blair, Dorothy Brown) 38’ Dorothy Brown (Meghan Cassady) 80’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 11 15 *Missouri State 3, UNI 1 October 8, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Angela Parsons) 59’ Chelsea Anderson (Laura Galati) 68’ Chelsea Anderson (Kate Blair) 70’ Missouri State UNI Shots 14 6 *Missouri State 1, Illinois State 1 (2OT) October 14, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Allison Osmundson (unassisted) 42’ Missouri State Illinois State Shots 17 14

Missouri State 4, Tennessee-Martin 0 September 4, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kate Blair (Chelsea Anderson) 6’ Chelsea Anderson (Kate Blair) 10’ Kate Hercules (Jenna Dobkins) 14’ UTM Own Goal 31’ Missouri State UT-Martin Shots 14 11

*Missouri State 0, Drake 0 (2OT) October 16, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Drake Shots 4 11

Missouri State 1, #29 Saint Louis 0 October 20, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kate Hercules (Angela Parsons) 63’ Missouri State Saint Louis Shots 8 15 *Missouri State 0, Creighton 4 October 23, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Creighton Shots 8 11 Missouri State 0, Oral Roberts 2 October 26, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Oral Roberts Shots 24 15 MVC Tournament Missouri State 2, Evansville 2 (2OT) (UE 4-2 PK’s) October 30, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (unassisted) 31’ Lauren Heck (Chelsea Anderson) 69’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 22 15

Missouri State 1, North Texas 1 (2OT) September 9, at Denton, Texas MSU Scoring: Jamie Tarver (Meghan Cassady) 44’ Missouri State North Texas Shots 14 17

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Missouri State 0, Memphis 4 September 11, at Memphis, Tenn. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Memphis Shots 12 18 Missouri State 1, Iowa 1 (2OT) September 16, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kate Hercules (Lauren Heck) 79’ Missouri State Iowa Shots 21 12 Missouri State 2, College of Charleston 0 September 18, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kate Blair (Allison Osmundson, Caroline Rooker) 7’ Chelsea Anderson (unassisted) 63’ Missouri State Coll. of Charleston Shots 20 8 Missouri State 2, Western Kentucky 1 September 23, at Bowling Green, Ky. MSU Scoring: Jenna Dobkins (Chelsea Anderson) 71’ Angela Parsons (Chelsea Anderson) 87’ Missouri State West. Kentucky Shots 14 13 *Missouri State 1, Indiana State 0 (2OT) September 30, at Terre Haute, Ind. MSU Scoring: Allison Osmundson (unassisted) 119’ Missouri State Indiana State Shots 15 10

Chelsea Anderson led the Bears in scoring in 2005 with seven goals and 18 points.

2005 Team Leaders Goals: 7 Chelsea Anderson Assists: 4 Chelsea Anderson 4 Angela Parsons Points: 18 Chelsea Anderson Shots: 44 Chelsea Anderson Shutouts: 7 Jackie Jasper

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2006

Missouri State 3, Arkansas 2 (2OT) August 25, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Emily Wright (Nicole Logan) 45’ Caroline Sweeney (Meghan Cassady) 83’ Caroline Sweeney (Samantha Aguilar) 101’ Missouri State Arkansas Shots 12 12

Missouri State 0, Tulsa 1 September 24, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Tulsa Shots 15 14 *Missouri State 1, Drake 2 (2OT) September 29, at Des Moines, Iowa MSU Scoring: Meghan Cassady (Chelsea Anderson) 12’ Missouri State Drake Shots 13 15

Missouri State 1, Oklahoma State 2 August 27, at Stillwater, Okla. MSU Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (unassisted) 52’ Missouri State Oklahoma State Shots 4 19

*Missouri State 7, UNI 1 October 1, at Cedar Falls, Iowa MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (unassisted) 15’ Kate Blair (unassisted) 26’ Amy Barth (Jenna Laughlin) 32’ Samantha Aguilar (Jenna Laughlin, Kate Hercules) 34’ Caroline Sweeney (Angela Parsons) 57’ Caroline Sweeney (unassisted) 59’ Jenna Laughlin (Allison Osmundson) 65’ Missouri State UNI Shots 16 6

Missouri State 0, #27 Saint Louis 2 August 29, at St. Louis, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Saint Louis Shots 1 17 Missouri State 4, Tennessee-Martin 1 September 1, at Martin, Tenn. MSU Scoring: Kate Blair (Caroline Rooker, Kate Hercules) 6’ Jenna Dobkins (Kate Blair) 10’ Kate Hercules (Laura Galati) 26’ Jenna Laughlin (unassisted) 30’ Missouri State UT-Martin Shots 24 6

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Overall Record: 10-9-2 (.524) *MVC Record: 2-3-1 (4th)

Game-by-Game

*Missouri State 4, Evansville 3 October 8, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Chelsea Anderson (Caroline Sweeney) 9’ Chelsea Anderson (Kate Blair) 22’ Jenna Laughlin (Jessica Smits, Nicole Logan) 43’ Lauren Heck (Jessica Smits) 108’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 17 13

Missouri State 1, Louisiana Tech 0 September 10, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: Angela Parsons (Jenna Laughlin) 45’ Missouri State Louisiana Tech Shots 20 6

*Missouri State 1, Creighton 1 (2OT) October 15, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kate Hercules (Caroline Rooker) 68’ Missouri State Creighton Shots 13 16

Missouri State 2, Eastern Illinois 0 September 17, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (Caroline Rooker) 5’ Laura Galati (Samantha Aguilar, Nicole Logan) 43’ Missouri State Eastern Illinois Shots 13 12 Missouri State 0, Memphis 0 (2OT) September 22, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Memphis Shots 13 16

Missouri State 0, Drake 1 (OT) November 3, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Drake Shots 15 22

*Missouri State 1, Indiana State 2 October 6, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Angela Parsons (unassisted) 51’ Missouri State Indiana State Shots 24 9

Missouri State 1, SEMO 0 September 3, at Cape Girardeau, Mo. MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (Caroline Rooker) 67’ Missouri State SEMO Shots 14 7 Arkansas Tournament Missouri State 2, Alabama A&M 1 (OT) September 8, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (Meghan Cassady, Kate Blair) 32’ Caroline Sweeney (Jessica Smits) 97’ Missouri State Alabama A&M Shots 21 8

Missouri State 2, UALR 0 September 15, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kate Hercules (unassisted) 10’ Kate Blair (Chelsea Anderson, Caroline Sweeney) 68’ Missouri State UALR Shots 22 11

Missouri State 0, Oklahoma 1 October 26, at Norman, Okla. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Oklahoma Shots 16 16 MVC Tournament Missouri State 1, Illinois State 0 October 29, at Normal, Ill. MSU Scoring: Kate Blair (Samantha Aguilar) 11’ Missouri State Illinois State Shots 6 25

Missouri State 0, Oral Roberts 1 October 11, at Tulsa, Okla. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Oral Roberts Shots 17 13

*Missouri State 1, Illinois State 2 October 22, at Normal, Ill. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (unassisted) 49’ Missouri State Illinois State Shots 12 12

2006 Team Leaders Goals: 9 Caroline Sweeney Assists: 4 Caroline Rooker Points: 20 Caroline Sweeney Shots: 55 Caroline Sweeney Shutouts: 6 Jackie Jasper

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Caroline Sweeney scored nine goals in 2006, including a hat trick against UNI on October 1.


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2007

Overall Record: 6-11-2 (.368) *MVC Record: 2-2-2 (5th)

Game-by-Game

Missouri State 2, Western Michigan 0 August 31, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (Samantha Aguilar) 3’ Lauren Heck (unassisted) 60’ Missouri State West. Michigan Shots 20 5 Missouri State 1, SEMO 0 September 2, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jenna Laughlin (Lauren Heck) 9’ Missouri State SEMO Shots 8 6 Missouri State 2, UALR 1 (OT) September 4, at Little Rock, Ark. MSU Scoring: Jenna Laughlin (Lauren Heck) 76’ Jenna Laughlin (Meghan Cassady) 94’ Missouri State UALR Shots 22 8 Missouri State 1, Nebraska 2 September 7, at Lincoln, Neb. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (unassisted) 71’ Missouri State Nebraska Shots 11 12 Missouri State 0, Saint Louis 1 September 9, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Saint Louis Shots 7 11 Missouri State 4, Murray State 0 September 12, at Murray, Ky. MSU Scoring: Nicole Logan (Jessica Depew) 40’ Samantha Aguilar (PK) 48’ Sarah Linsin (unassisted) 69’ Jenna Dobkins (Christine Cross) 88’ Missouri State Murray State Shots 14 4

*Missouri State 0, Creighton 0 (2OT) October 5, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Creighton Shots 14 17

*Missouri State 1, Drake 0 October 21, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Allison Osmundson (Jordan Reppell) 60’ Missouri State Drake Shots 10 11

Missouri State 0, Western Illinois 1 October 7, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Western Illinois Shots 7 5

*Missouri State 0, Illinois State 0 (2OT) October 26, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Illinois State Shots 11 11

*Missouri State 0, Evansville 1 October 14, at Evansville, Ind. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Evansville Shots 16 12

*Missouri State 0, Indiana State 2 October 28, at Terre Haute, Ind. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Indiana State Shots 12 10 MVC Tournament

*Missouri State 4, UNI 0 October 19, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Allison Osmundson (unassisted) 66’ Jenna Laughlin (Nicole Logan) 71’ Meghan Cassady (Christine Cross, Nicole Logan) 74’ Nicole Logan (Allison Osmundson) 77’ Missouri State UNI Shots 19 4

Missouri State 1, Drake 2 (2OT) November 4, at Des Moines, Iowa MSU Scoring: Nicole Logan (unassisted) 54’ Missouri State Drake Shots 7 14

Five of Jackie Jasper’s six wins in 2007 were via shutout.

Missouri State 0, Kansas 1 (OT) September 18, at Lawrence, Kan. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Kansas Shots 9 14 Missouri State 0, Arkansas 1 (OT) September 21, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Arkansas Shots 10 14 Missouri State 0, Tulsa 1 September 23, at Tulsa, Okla. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Tulsa Shots 13 6 Missouri State 0, Oral Roberts 1 September 28, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Oral Roberts Shots 18 7 Missouri State 0, Memphis 2 September 30, at Memphis, Tenn. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Memphis Shots 8 21

2007 Team Leaders Goals: 4 Jenna Laughlin Assists: 2 Christine Cross 2 Lauren Heck 2 Nicole Logan Points: 8 Lauren Heck 8 Jenna Laughin Shots: 38 Samantha Aguilar Shutouts: 6 Jackie Jasper

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2008

Missouri State 0, Arkansas 1 August 22, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Arkansas Shots 4 13 Missouri State 2, UALR 0 August 24, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Kelsey Finders (Jennifer Hamlin) 42’ Samantha Aguilar (Meghan Cassady) 49’ Missouri State UALR Shots 12 4 Missouri State 1, SEMO 0 August 29, at Cape Girardeau, Mo. MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (Christine Cross) 50’ Missouri State SEMO Shots 7 6

Missouri State 3, Oral Roberts 2 September 26, at Tulsa, Okla. MSU Scoring: Jenna Dobkins (unassisted) 2’ Allison Osmundson (Jessica Smits) 11’ Caroline Sweeney (Allison Osmundson, Christine Cross) 56’ Missouri State Oral Roberts Shots 14 17

*Missouri State 3, Creighton 2 October 19, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Christine Cross (Caroline Sweeney) 13’ Kelsey Finders (unassisted) 37’ Caroline Sweeney (Allison Osmundson) 50’ Missouri State Creighton Shots 17 9

Missouri State 3, SIU Edwardsville 0 September 28, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jenna Laughlin (Jennifer Hamlin) 40’ Christine Cross (Samantha Aguilar) 53’ Kelsey Finders (Jenna Laughlin) 87’ Missouri State SIU Edwardsville Shots 15 8

*Missouri State 0, Illinois State 2 October 26, at Normal, Ill. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Illinois State Shots 7 22

*Missouri State 1, Evansville 3 October 5, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (Samantha Aguilar) 12’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 19 8

Missouri State 1, Tulsa 0 August 31, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jenna Laughlin (Allison Osmundson) 59’ Missouri State Tulsa Shots 12 8

*Missouri State 3, UNI 0 October 10, at Cedar Falls, Iowa MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (Christine Cross) 20’ Meghan Cassady (Jessica Smits) 51’ Samantha Aguilar (Christine Cross) 52’ Missouri State UNI Shots 19 10

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Overall Record: 10-7-2 (.579) *MVC Record: 3-3-0 (4th)

Game-by-Game

Missouri State 0, Army 1 September 5, at St. Louis, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Army Shots 10 22

*Missouri State 0, Drake 1 (OT) October 12, at Des Moines, Iowa MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Drake Shots 8 8

Missouri State 0, Saint Louis 0 (2OT) September 7, at St. Louis, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Saint Louis Shots 10 27

*Missouri State 4, Indiana State 0 October 31, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (Jenna Laughlin) 26’ Kelsey Finders (Jenna Dobkins) 33’ Jenna Laughlin (Jessica Smits) 53’ Tara Bailes (PK) 76’ Missouri State Indiana State Shots 16 3 MVC Tournament Missouri State 0, Creighton 0 (2OT) (MSU 4-2 PK’s) November 5, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Creighton Shots 19 17 Missouri State 1, Evansville 3 November 7, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: Caroline Sweeney (Meghan Cassady) 78’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 26 14

2008 Team Leaders Goals: 7 Samantha Aguilar Assists: 5 Christine Cross Points: 17 Samantha Aguilar Shots: 45 Caroline Sweeney Shutouts: 10 Jackie Jasper

Missouri State 1, Kansas 4 September 12, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (Jennifer Hamlin) 38’ Missouri State Kansas Shots 5 16 Razorback Invitational Missouri State 7, Nicholls State 0 September 19, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: Meghan Cassady (Christine Cross) 7’ Caroline Sweeney (Samantha Aguilar) 10’ Samantha Aguilar (Tara Bailes) 28’ Kelsey Finders (Laura Galati) 28’ Tara Bailes (Jenna Laughlin) 30’ Jenna Laughlin (Jordan Reppell) 40’ Logan Bisbee (Jenna Laughlin) 74’ Missouri State Nicholls State Shots 12 2 Missouri State 1, Western Michigan 0 September 21, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: Allison Osmundson (unassisted) 62’ Missouri State West. Michigan Shots 6 10

Allison Osmundson started all 76 matches in her career.

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2009

Game-by-Game

Missouri State 0, Oklahoma 3 August 21, at Norman, Okla. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Oklahoma Shots 12 12

Overall Record: 9-6-3 (.583) *MVC Record: 4-1-1 (2nd)

*Missouri State 1, UNI 0 September 27, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Becky Handley (Jenna Dobkins) 1’ [0:21] Missouri State UNI Shots 12 7

Razorback Invitational

*Missouri State 0, Creighton 3 October 3, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Creighton Shots 9 17

Missouri State 2, Austin Peay 0 August 28, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: Rachel Weimer (unassisted) 34’ Tara Bailes (Jordan Reppell) 45’ Missouri State Austin Peay Shots 11 0 Missouri State 0, Arkansas 2 August 30, at Fayetteville, Ark. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Arkansas Shots 8 17 Missouri State 3, UALR 1 September 4, at Little Rock, Ark. MSU Scoring: Rachel Weimer (unassisted) 13’ Megan Jaskowiak (Tara Bailes) 73’ Michelle Sommer (Megan Jaskowiak) 79’ Missouri State UALR Shots 23 13 Missouri State 0, Saint Louis 0 (2OT) September 8, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Saint Louis Shots 9 17 Missouri State 0, Stephen F. Austin 2 September 11, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Stephen F. Austin Shots 10 9

*Missouri State 1, Indiana State 1 (2OT) October 23, at Terre Haute, Ind. MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (unassisted) 44’ Missouri State Indiana State Shots 19 13 Missouri State 2, SIU Edwardsville 0 October 25, at Edwardsville, Ill. MSU Scoring: Samantha Aguilar (Jessica Smits) 15’ Kelsey Finders (Nia Williams) 80’ Missouri State SIU Edwardsville Shots 13 14

*Missouri State 3, Evansville 1 October 10, at Evansville, Ind. MSU Scoring: Becky Handley (Rachel Weimer) 3’ Claire Hulcer (Megan Jaskowiak) 53’ Samantha Aguilar (Jessica Smits) 58’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 21 9

*Missouri State 1, Illinois State 0 October 29, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Claire Hulcer (Jordan Reppell) 54’ Missouri State Illinois State Shots 2 9

*Missouri State 2, Drake 0 October 18, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jenna Dobkins (Megan Jaskowiak) 6’ Samantha Aguilar (Tara Bailes) 75’ Missouri State Drake Shots 12 9

Missouri State 1, Creighton 2 (OT) November 6, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: Jenna Dobkins (Samantha Aguilar) 83’ Missouri State Creighton Shots 18 11

MVC Tournament

2009 Team Leaders Goals: 5 Samantha Aguilar Assists: 4 Megan Jaskowiak Points: 12 Samantha Aguilar Shots: 35 Samantha Aguilar Shutouts: 7 Jessica Teahan

Missouri State 5, Oral Roberts 0 September 13, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jenna Dobkins (Jennifer Hamlin) 9’ Megan Jaskowiak (Samantha Aguilar) 15’ Becky Handley (Claire Hulcer) 24’ Kelsey Finders (Jordan Reppell, Megan Jaskowiak) 53’ Samantha Aguilar (Jessica Smits) 75’ Missouri State Oral Roberts Shots 12 16 Missouri State 1, UMKC 0 September 16, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jenna Dobkins (unassisted) 30’ Missouri State UMKC Shots 24 6 Kansas Invitational Missouri State 0, South Dakota State 0 (2OT) September 18, at Lawrence, Kan. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State South Dakota State Shots 12 17

Samantha Aguilar was named the 2009 MVC Player of the Year after leading the Bears in scoring for the second-straight season.

Missouri State 0, #18 San Diego 1 September 20, at Lawrence, Kan. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State San Diego Shots 6 19

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2010

Missouri State 1, North Texas 2 August 22, at Denton, Texas MSU Scoring: Brooke Williams (Rachel Weimer) 2’ Missouri State North Texas Shots 3 12 Missouri State 3, UALR 0 August 27, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Tiffany Laughlin (Brooke Williams, Christine Cross) 26’ Rachel Weimer (Shelby Stewart) 41’ Tiffany Laughlin (Nia Williams) 66’ Missouri State UALR Shots 23 6 Missouri State 2, UT Martin 0 August 29, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Rachel Weimer (Katelyn Frederickson) 3’ Brooke Williams (unassisted) 17’ Missouri State UT Martin Shots 20 11 Missouri State 4, Oral Roberts 0 September 3, at Tulsa, Okla. MSU Scoring: Brooke Williams (unassisted) 29’ Sarah Linsin (Nia Williams) 45’ Katelyn Frederickson (unassisted) 62’ ORU Own Goal 84’ Missouri State Oral Roberts Shots 18 10

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Overall Record: 10-6-3 (.605) *MVC Record: 4-1-1 (2nd)

Game-by-Game

Missouri State 1, Tulsa 2 September 5, at Tulsa, Okla. MSU Scoring: Tara Bailes (Nia Williams) 55’ Missouri State Tulsa Shots 10 22 Missouri State 3, Oklahoma 2 September 10, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Tiffany Laughlin (Katelyn Frederickson) 12’ Oklahoma Own Goal 28’ Tara Bailes (Nia Williams) 67’ Missouri State Oklahoma Shots 11 14

Missouri State 2, UMKC 1 (OT) September 26, at Kansas City, Mo. MSU Scoring: Brooke Williams (unassisted) 59’ Michelle Sommer (Shelby Stewart) 100’ Missouri State UMKC Shots 15 7 *Missouri State 1, Indiana State 0 October 1, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Grace Cross (Tara Bailes, Shelby Stewart) 90’ [89:54] Missouri State Indiana State Shots 14 12 Missouri State 1, SIU Edwardsville 0 October 3, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Jordan Reppell (unassisted) 80’ Missouri State SIU Edwardsville Shots 12 10 *Missouri State 0, Illinois State 0 (2OT) October 10, at Normal, Ill. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Illinois State Shots 5 26 *Missouri State 0, Drake 2 October 17, at Des Moines, Iowa MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Drake Shots 16 12

*Missouri State 1, Evansville 0 October 28, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Tiffany Laughlin (Grace Cross) 85’ Missouri State Evansville Shots 23 2 MVC Tournament Missouri State 1, Illinois State 1 (2OT) (MSU 2-1 PK’s) November 5, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: Brooke Williams (Michelle Sommer) 22’ Missouri State Illinois State Shots 13 17 Missouri State 1, Creighton 2 (OT) November 7, at Omaha, Neb. MSU Scoring: Ashley Washburn (Nia Williams) 74’ Missouri State Creighton Shots 15 12

2010 Team Leaders Goals: 6 Brooke Williams Assists: 6 Nia Williams Points: 13 Brooke Williams Shots: 33 Brooke Williams Shutouts: 5 Jessica Teahan

*Missouri State 2, Creighton 1 (OT) October 22, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Sarah Linsin (unassisted) 45’ Michelle Sommer (Jordan Reppell) 94’ Missouri State Creighton Shots 14 7

Missouri State 1, Arkansas 2 (OT) September 12, at Springfield, Mo. MSU Scoring: Logan Bisbee (Nia Williams) 45’ Missouri State Arkansas Shots 18 12 Missouri State 0, Saint Louis 0 (2OT) September 17, at St. Louis, Mo. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Saint Louis Shots 3 17 Missouri State 0, Kansas 2 September 19, at Lawrence, Kan. MSU Scoring: None Missouri State Kansas Shots 6 23

Jordan Reppell was named the 2010 MVC Defensive Player of the Year and to the fourth all-MVC team of her career.

*Missouri State 2, UNI 1 September 24, at Cedar Falls, Iowa MSU Scoring: Michelle Sommer (Katelyn Frederickson) 7’ Brooke Williams (Katelyn Frederickson) 21’ Missouri State UNI Shots 15 10

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Record Against All Opponents/The Last Time... Records Against All Opponents MVC Schools MSU Record Creighton 6-6-5 Drake 2-7-2 Evansville 8-12-3 Illinois State 5-11-8 Indiana State 7-3-1 UNI 12-1-0 Other Schools MSU Record Alabama A&M 1-0-0 Arizona State 0-1-0 Arkansas 2-8-0 Arkansas-Little Rock 12-0-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0-0-0 Arkansas State 2-0-0 Army 0-1-0 Austin Peay 1-0-0 Baylor 0-1-0 Belmont 3-1-0 Centenary 1-0-0 Central Missouri 3-0-0 Coll. of Charleston 1-0-0 Drury 6-2-0 Eastern Illinois 5-7-1 Iowa 0-0-1 IUPU-Fort Wayne 1-0-0 Kansas 1-7-0 Louisiana Tech 1-0-0 Memphis 4-3-2 Middle Tennessee State 2-0-0 Minnesota 0-1-0 Mississippi 0-5-0 Mississippi State 2-1-1 Missouri 1-2-0 UMKC 2-0-0 Missouri S&T 3-0-0 Murray State 2-1-0 Nebraska 0-3-0 Nicholls State 1-0-0 North Texas 2-1-1 Northern Arizona 1-0-0 Northern Illinois 1-1-0 Oklahoma 1-3-0 Oklahoma State 2-4-0 Oral Roberts 7-6-2 Rockhurst 1-1-0 Saint Louis 1-8-5 San Diego 0-1-0 SIU Edwardsville 3-0-0 South Dakota State 0-0-1 Southeast Missouri State 5-2-0 Southwest Baptist 1-0-0 Stephen F. Austin 0-1-0 Tennessee-Martin 7-0-1 Tennessee Tech 1-0-0 TCU 0-1-0 UTEP 1-0-0 Texas Tech 0-1-0 Tulsa 5-7-1 Valparaiso 3-0-0 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 Western Illinois 0-1-0 Western Kentucky 1-0-0 Western Michigan 2-0-0 2011 opponents in bold

The Last Time Missouri State… Scored 4 or more goals in a match...............................................4 vs. Indiana State (10-31-08) Scored 5 or more goals in a match.................................................. 5 vs. Oral Roberts (9-13-09) Scored 6 or more goals in a match................................................. 6 vs. Murray State (8-29-04) Scored 7 or more goals in a match..............7 vs. Nicholls State (9-19-08 at Fayetteville, Ark.) Scored 8 or more goals in a match........................................................... 8 vs. UALR (10-15-99) Allowed 4 or more goals in a match........................................................ 4 by Kansas (10-12-08) Allowed 5 or more goals in a match..................................................... 5 by Saint Louis (9-6-00) Allowed 6 or more goals in a match...................................................... 7 by Nebraska (9-27-98) Player scored 3 goals in a match.................................... Caroline Sweeney-3 vs. UNI (10-1-06) Player scored 2 goals in a match...................................... Tiffany Laughlin vs. UALR (8-27-10) Player had 2 assists in a match.................................... Katelyn Frederickson vs. UNI (9-24-10) Player scored goals in 2 consecutive matches.............Michelle Sommer & Brooke Williams; ............................................. 1 each at Northern Iowa, 1 each at UMKC (9-24-10 through 9-26-10) Player scored goals in 3 consecutive matches........................................... Samantha Aguilar, ....................................... 1 vs. Drake, 1 vs. Indiana State, 1 vs. SIUE (10-18-09 through 10-25-09) MSU recorded a shutout.............................................................. MSU 1, Evansville 0 (10-28-10) MSU registered consecutive shutouts…........................................ 3, 10-1-10 through 10-10-10 ........................................(1-0 over Indiana State, 1-0 over SIU Edwardsville, 0-0 at Illinois State) Opponent recorded a shutout............................................................Drake 2, MSU 0 (10-17-10) MSU took 30 or more shots in a match.................................................... 36 vs. UALR (9-22-02) MSU took fewer than 5 shots in a match..................................................3 at Kansas (9-19-10) MSU allowed fewer than 5 shots in a match................................... 2 vs. Evansville (10-28-10) MSU won 3 or more straight matches.4 in 2010 (9-24-10 through 10-3-10; 2-1 over Northern .............................. Iowa, 2-1 over UMKC (ot), 1-0 over Indiana State, 1-0 over SIU Edwardsville) MSU lost 3 or more straight matches.................................5 in 2007 (9-18-07 through 9-30-07; ..................0-1 vs. Kansas, 0-1 vs. Arkansas, 0-1 vs. Tulsa, 0-1 vs. Oral Roberts, 0-2 at Memphis)

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Caroline Sweeney (27) was the last Bear to record a hat trick.

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55 University of Arkansas-Little Rock University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff University of Tennessee-Martin Vanderbilt University 56 University of Kansas University of Oklahoma University of Arkansas University of Tulsa 57 Oral Roberts University University of Missouri-Kansas City Indiana State University Saint Louis University 58 Illinois State University Drake University SIU Edwardsville Creighton University 59 UNI University of Evansville Missouri Valley Conference

Missouri State University


UALR Trojans

UAPB Lady Lions

Friday, August 19, 7:00 p.m., at Little Rock, Ark.

Sunday, August 21, 1:00 p.m., at Pine Bluff, Ark.

Location................................................. Little Rock, Ark. Chancellor...................................... Dr. Joel E. Anderson Enrollment............................................................. 13,167 Nickname.............................................................. Trojans Colors.......................................Maroon, Silver and Black Conference..........................................................Sun Belt Facility............................... Burns Park Soccer Complex Capacity........................................................................n/a Athletics Director................................... Chris Peterson Head Coach.............................................Freddy Delgado   Record at UALR............................24-35-4 (3 seasons)   Overall Record.....................................................Same Assistant............................................ Chris McNaughton Soccer SID...............................................Patrick Newton   Office.......................................................(501) 569-3403   Fax...........................................................(501) 683-7002   Email...............................................pcnewton@ualr.edu   Web.............................................. www.ualrtrojans.com 2010 Record.............................................................7-12-1 Conference Record...................3-7-1 in Sun Belt (11th) Series Record.................................... MSU leads, 12-0-0 Last Meeting................................ 8/27/10, 3-0 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 11/7

Location................................................... Pine Bluff, Ark. Chancellor.................................. Dr. Lawrence Davis Jr. Enrollment............................................................... 3,800 Nickname.........................................................Lady Lions Colors........................................................Black and Gold Conference............... Southwestern Athletic Conference Facility...................................... Lady Lions Soccer Field Capacity....................................................................... 500 Athletics Director (Interim).................... Willie Fulton Head Coach.............................................. Roberto Mazza   Record at UAPB............................34-40-5 (4 seasons)   Overall Record.....................................................Same Assistant...................................................... Meghan Eddy Soccer SID.............................................. Andrew Roberts   Office.......................................................(870) 575-7949   Fax...........................................................(870) 575-7880   Email............................................... robertsa@uapb.edu   Web.......................................... www.uapblionsroar.com 2010 Record.............................................................13-6-0 Conference Record...............4-0-0 in SWAC (1st, West) Series Record...........................................................0-0-0 Last Meeting.............................................. First Meeting Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 12/4

55 UT-Martin Skyhawks

Vanderbilt Commodores

Friday, August 26, 4:00 p.m., at Martin, Tenn.

Sunday, August 28, 1:00 p.m., at Nashville, Tenn.

Location......................................................Martin, Tenn. Chancellor.......................................... Dr. Thomas Rakes Enrollment............................................................... 8,469 Nickname.......................................................... Skyhawks Colors........................................... Navy Blue and Orange Conference.....................................................Ohio Valley Facility...................................................... Skyhawk Field Capacity....................................................................... 500 Athletics Director........................................... Phil Dane Head Coach.............................................Phil McNamara   Record at UTM.................................... 8-8-2 (1 season)   Overall Record...........................154-51-9 (11 seasons) Assistant..............................................Leslie Marcouiller Soccer SID.................................................Ryne Rickman   Office.......................................................(731) 881-7632   Fax...........................................................(731) 881-7624   Email............................................... rrickman@utm.edu   Web..............................................www.UTMSports.com 2010 Record...............................................................8-8-2 Conference Record........................... 3-4-1 in OVC (7th) Series Record...................................... MSU leads, 7-0-1 Last Meeting................................ 8/29/10, 2-0 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost.......................................... 10/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 13/8

Location..................................................Nashville, Tenn. Chancellor..........................................Nicholas S. Zeppos Enrollment............................................................... 6,738 Nickname......................................................Commodores Colors........................................................Black and Gold Conference..................Southeastern (Western Division) Facility.................................. Vanderbilt Soccer Complex Capacity.................................................................... 2,400 Athletics Director.............................. David Williams II Head Coach............................................Ronnie Woodard   Record at VU..............................87-76-28 (10 seasons)   Overall Record.........................102-97-31 (12 seasons) Assistants..............Derek Greene and Sebastian Vecchio Soccer SID...............................................Chris Weinman   Office.......................................................(615) 343-0019   Fax...........................................................(615) 343-7064   Email............................chris.weinman@vanderbilt.edu   Web........................................ www.vucommodores.com 2010 Record.............................................................8-10-2 Conference Record............................ 4-5-2 in SEC (8th) Series Record...........................................................0-0-0 Last Meeting.............................................. First meeting Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 18/9

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Kansas Jayhawks

Oklahoma Sooners

Friday, September 2, 7:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Sunday, September 4, 7:00 p.m., at Norman, Okla.

Location...................................................Lawrence, Kan. Chancellor...................................Bernadette Gray-Little Enrollment............................................................. 30,102 Nickname.......................................................... Jayhawks Colors...................................................Crimson and Blue Conference............................................................. Big 12 Facility.....................................Jayhawk Soccer Complex Capacity.................................................................... 1,000 Athletics Director...........................Dr. Sheahon Zenger Head Coach................................................ Mark Francis   Record at KU............................135-99-17 (12 seasons)   Overall Record.......................168-125-18 (15 seasons) Assistants........................Kelly Miller and Jessica Smith Soccer SID..................................... Christine Dieckmann   Office.......................................................(785) 864-7942   Fax...........................................................(785) 864-7944   Email.......................................................cdieck@ku.edu   Web.............................................. www.kuathletics.com 2010 Record.............................................................6-13-0 Conference Record.......................1-9-0 in Big 12 (11th) Series Record......................................... KU leads, 7-1-0 Last Meeting................................9/19/10, 0-2 MSU Loss Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 12/9

Location.................................................... Norman, Okla. President..................................................David L. Boren Enrollment............................................................. 30,092 Nickname.............................................................. Sooners Colors............................................... Crimson and Cream Conference............................................................. Big 12 Facility.................John Crain Field-OU Soccer Complex Capacity.................................................................... 3,500 Athletics Director...................................Joe Castiglione Head Coach................................................ Nicole Nelson   Record at OU..................................22-33-6 (3 seasons)   Overall Record.............................55-52-15 (6 seasons) Assistants...............George Van Linder and Trae Manny Soccer SID....................................................Craig Moran   Office.......................................................(405) 325-6449   Fax...........................................................(405) 325-7623   Email..................................................... cmoran@ou.edu Web...............................................www.SoonerSports.com 2010 Record.............................................................12-8-3 Conference Record..................... 5-4-1 in Big 12 (T-3rd) Series Record......................................... OU leads, 3-1-0 Last Meeting................................ 9/10/10, 3-2 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 20/4

56 Arkansas Razorbacks

Tulsa Golden Hurricane

Tuesday, September 6, 7:00 p.m., at Fayetteville, Ark.

Friday, September 9, 7:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Location................................................Fayetteville, Ark. President..................................................... B. Alan Sugg Enrollment............................................................. 21,406 Nickname........................................................ Razorbacks Colors................................................ Cardinal and White Conference..................Southeastern (Western Division) Facility.................................................... Razorback Field Capacity.................................................................... 1,500 Athletics Director.............................................Jeff Long Head Coach.................................................... Erin Aubry   Record at UA..................................13-18-7 (2 seasons)   Overall Record.............................41-56-16 (6 seasons) Assistants... Christine Liberto & Vanessa Phillips Bosshart Soccer SID............................................... Robby Edwards   Office.......................................................(479) 575-2752   Fax...........................................................(479) 575-7481   Email.................................................. robbye@uark.edu   Web.............................. www.ArkansasRazorbacks.com 2010 Record.............................................................5-11-3 Conference Record............................ 2-7-2 in SEC (5th) Series Record..........................................UA leads, 8-2-0 Last Meeting................................9/12/10, 1-2 MSU Loss Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................ 13/12

Location.........................................................Tulsa, Okla. President...................................... Dr. Steadman Upham Enrollment............................................................... 4,165 Nickname............................................. Golden Hurricane Colors........................Old Gold, Royal Blue and Crimson Conference.............................................Conference USA Facility.................... Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium Capacity.................................................................... 2,000 Athletics Director.......................... Bubba Cunningham Head Coach.................................................. Kyle Cussen   Record at UT..................................23-28-7 (3 seasons)   Overall Record.......................133-102-22 (13 seasons) Assistants..........................Jim Rhein and Kayla Chambers Soccer SID................................................ Stephanie Hall   Office.......................................................(918) 631-2163   Fax...........................................................(918) 631-3913   Email...................................stephanie-hall@utulsa.edu Web...........................................www.TulsaHurricane.com 2010 Record...............................................................8-9-2 Conference Record...... 3-6-2 in Conference USA (11th) Series Record..........................................UT leads, 7-5-1 Last Meeting..................................9/5/10, 1-2 MSU Loss Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 20/5

Missouri State University


Oral Roberts Golden Eagles

UMKC Kangaroos

Sunday, September 11, 2:00 p.m., at Cooper 1

Friday, September 16, 7:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Location.........................................................Tulsa, Okla. Chancellor........................................... Dr. Mark Rutland Enrollment............................................................... 3,200 Nickname................................................... Golden Eagles Colors........................ Navy Blue, Vegas Gold and White Conference..............................................Summit League Facility............................................Case Soccer Complex Capacity.................................................................... 1,000 Athletics Director........................................Mike Carter Head Coach.....................................................Ryan Bush   Record at ORU...............................23-27-2 (3 seasons)   Overall Record.....................................................Same Assistant.........................................................Roger Bush Soccer SID........................................................ Eli Linton   Office.......................................................(918) 495-6646   Fax...........................................................(918) 495-7142   Email..................................................elilinton@oru.edu   Web...................................... www.orugoldeneagles.com 2010 Record...............................................................9-8-1 Conference Record...................... 4-4-1 in Summit (5th) Series Record...................................... MSU leads, 7-6-2 Last Meeting.................................. 9/3/10, 4-0 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost.......................................... 11/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 11/2

Location.................................................Kansas City, Mo. Chancellor......................................................Leo Morton Enrollment............................................................. 14,221 Nickname......................................................... Kangaroos Colors......................................................... Blue and Gold Conference..............................................Summit League Facility................Durwood Soccer Stadium & Rec. Field Capacity....................................................................... 850 Athletics Director............................................. Tim Hall Head Coach..................................................Chris Cissell   Record at UMKC..................................... First Season   Overall Record..........................16543-11 (11 seasons) Assistant...............................................Miguel Rodrigues Soccer SID............................................. Rob McCutcheon   Office.......................................................(816) 235-1034   Fax...........................................................(816) 235-1035   Email..................................... mccutcheonrb@umkc.edu   Web.......................................www.umkckangaroos.com 2010 Record.............................................................1-14-1 Conference Record.................... 0-6-1 in Summit (10th) Series Record...................................... MSU leads, 2-0-0 Last Meeting................................ 9/26/10, 2-1 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 13/6

57 Indiana State Sycamores

Saint Louis Billikens

Friday, September 23 , 6:00 p.m., at Terre Haute, Ind.

Sunday, September 25, 2:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Location................................................Terre Haute, Ind. President........................................Dr. Daniel J. Bradley Enrollment............................................................. 11,494 Nickname......................................................... Sycamores Colors.............................................Royal Blue and White Conference..............................................Missouri Valley Facility................................................Memorial Stadium Capacity.................................................................. 12,464 Athletics Director...................................Ron Prettyman Head Coach.....................................................Erika True   Record at ISU.................................13-20-4 (2 seasons)   Overall Record.....................................................Same Assistant................ Justin Ruetz and Kate Blankenship Soccer SID................................................. Danny Pfrank   Office.......................................................(812) 237-4149   Fax...........................................................(812) 237-4913   Email................................. danny.pfrank@indstate.edu Web................................................ www.gosycamores.com 2010 Record.............................................................8-10-1 Conference Record....................... 2-4-0 in MVC (T-5th) Series Record...................................... MSU leads, 7-3-1 Last Meeting................................ 10/1/10, 1-0 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 16/5

Location...................................................... St. Louis, Mo. President.......................................Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Enrollment............................................................. 13,785 Nickname............................................................ Billikens Colors.............................................Royal Blue and White Conference......................................................Atlantic 10 Facility.............................. Robert R. Hermann Stadium Capacity.................................................................... 6,050 Athletics Director...........................................Chris May Head Coach.............................................. Tim Champion   Record at SLU..........................171-97-36 (15 seasons)   Overall Record.......................231-111-39 (18 seasons) Assistant.........................................................Rob LaMear Soccer SID..................................................Mickey Smith   Office.......................................................(314) 977-3463   Fax...........................................................(314) 977-3178   Email................................................msmit145@slu.edu   Web..............................................www.slubillikens.com 2010 Record...............................................................4-9-6 Conference Record........................ 3-5-1 in A-10 (T-9th) Series Record....................................... SLU leads, 8-1-5 Last Meeting........................................9/17/10, 0-0 Draw Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................ 16/10

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Illinois State Redbirds

Drake Bulldogs

Friday, September 30, 7:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Friday, October 7, 7:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Location..........................................................Normal, Ill. President................................................. Dr. Al Bowman Enrollment............................................................. 20,762 Nickname............................................................ Redbirds Colors........................................................ Red and White Conference..............................................Missouri Valley Facility............................................Adelaide Street Field Capacity.................................................................... 1,000 Athletics Director.................................. Gary Friedman Head Coach...................................................... Drew Roff   Record at ISU.................................42-26-8 (4 seasons)   Overall Record...............................68-40-9 (6 seasons) Assistant............................................Jim Schneiderhahn Soccer SID..................................................... Dustin Hall   Office.......................................................(309) 438-3249   Fax...........................................................(309) 438-5634   Email.................................................. dmhall@ilstu.edu   Web..............................................www.GoRedbirds.com 2010 Record...............................................................9-7-2 Conference Record...........................3-2-1 in MVC (3rd) Series Record...................................... ISU leads, 11-5-8 Last Meeting........................................11/5/10, 1-1 Draw Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 17/4

Location................................................Des Moines, Iowa President.................................................. David Maxwell Enrollment............................................................... 5,668 Nickname.............................................................Bulldogs Colors....................................................... Blue and White Conference..............................................Missouri Valley Facility........................................Cownie Soccer Complex Capacity.................................................................... 2,000 Athletics Director........................ Sandy Hatfield Clubb Head Coach.............................................Lindsay Horner   Record at DU..................................27-25-7 (3 seasons)   Overall Record.....................................................Same Assistants.............Danielle Oswald and Jason Wichman Soccer SID..................................................Sean Palchick   Office.......................................................(515) 271-4147   Fax...........................................................(515) 271-3015   Email..................................... sean.palchick@drake.edu Web..........................................www.godrakebulldogs.com 2010 Record.............................................................10-6-3 Conference Record...........................3-3-0 in MVC (4th) Series Record.....................................Drake leads, 6-2-2 Last Meeting..............................10/17/10, 0-2 MSU Loss Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 15/7

58 SIUE Cougars

Creighton Bluejays

Sunday, October 9, 1:00 p.m., at Edwardsville, Ill.

Saturday, October 15, 4:30 p.m., at Omaha, Neb.

Location................................................ Edwardsville, Ill. Chancellor...................................Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift Enrollment............................................................. 14,133 Nickname............................................................. Cougars Colors........................................................ Red and White Conference.....................................................Ohio Valley Facility........................................... Ralph Korte Stadium Capacity.................................................................... 4,000 Athletics Director............................ Dr. Bradley Hewitt Head Coach................................................ Derek Burton   Record at SIUE..............................16-25-3 (3 seasons)   Overall Record.............................70-53-10 (8 seasons) Assistant................................................ Alaina Schlaefer Soccer SID............................................................Joe Pott   Office.......................................................(618) 650-2860   Fax...........................................................(618) 650-2545   Email.......................................................jpott@siue.edu   Web..............................................www.siuecougars.com 2010 Record...............................................................8-7-1 Conference Record....................................................N/A Series Record...................................... MSU leads, 3-0-0 Last Meeting................................ 10/3/10, 1-0 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 21/3

Location....................................................... Omaha, Neb. President.......................... Rev. Timothy R. Lannon, S.J. Enrollment............................................................... 7,662 Nickname.............................................................Bluejays Colors....................................................... Blue and White Conference..............................................Missouri Valley Facility.................... Michael G. Morrison, S.J., Stadium Capacity.................................................................... 6,000 Athletics Director.............................. Bruce Rasmussen Head Coach .............................................Bruce Erickson   Record at CU............................132-92-23 (12 seasons)   Overall Record.......................202-153-29 (19 seasons) Assistants.............Digger Hawkins and Ivonne Valentin Soccer SID............................................ Shannon Pivovar   Office.......................................................(402) 280-5801   Fax...........................................................(402) 280-2495   Email........................... shannonpivovar@creighton.edu Web..................................................www.gocreighton.com 2010 Record.............................................................15-4-2 Conference Record........................... 5-1-0 in MVC (1st) Series Record....................................... Series tied, 6-6-5 Last Meeting...................... 11/7/10, 1-2 (OT), MSU Loss Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 18/4

Missouri State University


UNI Panthers

Evansville Purple Aces

Saturday, October 22, 7:00 p.m., at Plaster Field

Thursday, October 27, 7:00 p.m., at Evansville, Ill.

Location................................................Cedar Falls, Iowa President................................................. Benjamin Allen Enrollment............................................................. 13,080 Nickname............................................................Panthers Colors...............................................Purple and Old Gold Conference..............................................Missouri Valley Facility............................................ Premier Soccer Field Capacity.................................................................... 1,000 Athletics Director...................................... Troy Dannen Head Coach ..................................................James Price   Record at UNI..................................6-23-5 (2 seasons)   Overall Record.........................94-140-20 (13 seasons) Assistant.................................................Sonia Rodriguez Soccer SID.........................................................Cory Hall   Office.......................................................(641) 919-5189   Fax...........................................................(319) 273-3602   Email.........................................coryhall8@hotmail.com   Web.............................................www.unipanthers.com 2010 Record.............................................................4-12-2 Conference Record...........................1-5-0 in MVC (7th) Series Record.................................... MSU leads, 12-1-0 Last Meeting................................ 9/24/10, 2-1 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...............................N/A

Location...................................................Evansville, Ind. President............................................ Dr. Thomas Kazee Enrollment............................................................... 2,822 Nickname....................................................... Purple Aces Colors..................................... Purple, White and Orange Conference..............................................Missouri Valley Facility............................................... Black Beauty Field Capacity.................................................................... 2,000 Athletics Director...................................... John Stanley Head Coach........................................ Krista McKendree   Record at UE..................................24-30-3 (3 seasons)   Overall Record..................................................... same Assistants....................... Chris Cahill and James Thorpe Soccer SID..................................................................TBA   Office.......................................................(812) 488-2285   Fax...........................................................(812) 488-2090   Email........................................................................TBA   Web........................................... www.gopurpleaces.com 2010 Record.............................................................6-12-1 Conference Record....................... 2-4-0 in MVC (T-5th) Series Record........................................UE leads, 12-8-3 Last Meeting.............................. 10/28/10, 1-0 MSU Win Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 11/6

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The Missouri Valley Conference From early beginnings to its current standing on the map of college athletics, the Missouri Valley Conference continues to be proactive as The Valley enters its 105th year in 2011-12. The nation’s second-oldest NCAA Division I conference is a leader in college athletics and is one of the nation’s most progressive conferences. The Missouri Valley Conference enters a new decade facing a rapidly changing environment in NCAA Division I athletics as conference expansion and realignment swept the nation in the summer of 2010. Although The Valley was untouched, the league will remain vigilant in monitoring changes or potential changes in other conferences that might impact membership, or present opportunities for expansion. The Valley brand remains very strong, both regionally and nationally, and the great athletic tradition of The Valley remains a compelling force in recruiting studentathletes and in marketing all the MVC programs. Men’s basketball continues to be the engine that drives Valley athletic programs. With UNI’s NCAA Sweet 16 appearance in 2010, the league has had four different Sweet 16 teams since 2006, and The Valley is the only non-BCS league with more than two different Sweet 16 teams in that span. The State Farm MVC Tournament continues to be a spectacular showcase for the league, and the MVC has extended the tournament agreement with the Scottrade Center that will keep Arch Madness in St. Louis through at least 2013. During the 2011 State Farm MVC Championship, the league surpassed 1 million in total attendance for the event, now in its 22nd year. Last year, the league set a record with 12 post-season victories in men’s basketball, as five different teams picked up at least one post-season win – a league first. Wichita State became the first MVC NIT champion since 1982, winning five games, including four against BCSmember schools. While the success of men’s basketball has received the

greatest attention, the overall performance of league teams in virtually every sport continues to raise the national profile of the conference. Meanwhile, the success of The Valley television package is one of the great stories in the league. The MVC Television Network has blossomed into a revenue-generating vehicle and The Valley’s most visible marketing tool. Also, The Valley is making video-streaming a major focus as it enters the third year of a three-year plan to upgrade the production and marketing of both institutionallyproduced and conference-produced webcasts. State Farm Insurance has been a crucial partner, as The Valley came to terms on an agreement in 2003-04 that provided State Farm with the title sponsorship of 17 of the league’s 18 championships (the baseball title sponsorship was added in 2008, giving State Farm exclusive championship naming rights for all 18 MVC sports.) In 2010, The Valley took a major step toward ensuring current revenues in television media and tournament sponsorship sales would be guaranteed in future years when it announced a 10-year partnership with Learfield Sports. The Jefferson City, Missouri-based company now has the exclusive sales and marketing rights to MVC assets that include championships and television advertising. During the tenure of Doug Elgin, The Valley’s ninth and longest-tenured commissioner, The Valley has been aggressive in hosting NCAA events in St. Louis. Since 1998, the MVC served as host for a staggering nine NCAA tournament events in the 13-year period, which has made St. Louis one of the most frequent stops on the NCAA Tournament trail. The Valley hosted Women’s Final Fours in 2001 and 2009, and the Men’s Final Four in 2005. The seeds for the creation of the conference were planted by eight administrators representing five institutions, who met at the Midland Hotel in Kansas City, Mo., on Jan. 12, 1907. The five schools which formed the Missouri Valley

Intercollegiate Athletic Association were Washington University of St. Louis, and the state universities of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. Two months after the initial meeting, two more schools -- Drake University and Iowa State College -- were admitted. In the fall of 1907, basketball became the first competitive sport. Today, the Missouri Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country and track & field (indoor and outdoor), men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. Indeed, the inclusion of women’s programs under The Valley banner has provided a boost. The Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference -- which began in 1982 -- merged with the Missouri Valley Conference and was unveiled as part of the new conference on July 1, 1992. And while the inclusion of women’s sports under a comprehensive athletic umbrella is a recent development in the league’s storied history, over the years, Valley student-athletes and coaches have become household names during the league’s illustrious history, both during their collegiate careers and, for some, professional careers. In fact, The Valley began honoring that tradition in the summer of 1997, when the conference began its athletics Hall of Fame. Hersey Hawkins of Bradley, Larry Bird of Indiana State, Wes Unseld of Louisville, Coach Henry Iba of Oklahoma State, Dave Stallworth of Wichita State, Ed Macauley of Saint Louis, and Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati were members of the initial induction class. Currently, nearly 70 former players, coaches and alums dot the league’s Hall of Fame. League members include Bradley, Creighton, Drake, Evansville, Illinois State, Indiana State, Missouri State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois, and Wichita State. Central Arkansas and Southern Illinois-Edwardsville are affiliate members in men’s soccer.

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MISSOURI STATE

TRADITION Going to the Big Dance Since moving to NCAA Division I in 1982-83, MSU teams have made 49 NCAA championship appearances. In addition, numerous individuals have represented the University at NCAA championship events. MSU Division I team appearances: Women’s Basketball (13) 1991 1992 (Final Four) 1993 (Sweet 16) 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 (Final Four) 2003 2004 2006 Volleyball (9) 1982 1990 2005 2006 2010 Baseball (7) 1987 1995 1999 2002

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The Missouri State Lady Bears have been one of the nation’s most-successful women’s basketball programs over the last two decades, racking up 20 Missouri Valley Conference titles, fourteen 20+ win seasons, and 13 NCAA Tournament berths, including three Sweet 16 appearances and trips to the Final Four in 1992 (above) and 2001.

Men’s Basketball (6) 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1999 (Sweet 16) Softball (6) 1983 1996 2006 2011

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Men’s Soccer (3) 1997 1999 2009 Football (2) 1989 1990 Women’s Golf (1) 2001 Men’s Golf (1) 1993 Women’s Soccer (1) 2000

The 2011 Missouri State Softball team brought home its first MVC Tournament championship in five years last spring, claiming the title with four victories on its home field at Killian Stadium. The Bears have now won more conference tournament games (67) than any other Valley club, while their six tourney titles equals Creighton for the most championships in the 29-year history of the event.

All-America quarterback DeAndre Smith guided the Bears to back-to-back NCAA FCS playoff berths in 1989 and 1990.


National Championships Eight Missouri State teams have been crowned national champions at all levels of competition during the first 105 years of intercollegiate athletics at MSU. The 2009-10 men’s basketball team became the most recent to claim a postseason national title, winning the College Insider. com Tournament (CIT). MSU national championship teams include:

Under the guidance of 16th-year head coach Melissa Stokes, the Missouri State volleyball team has continued a tradition of excellence that has made the Bears one of the winningest programs in all of Division I. The Bears have appeared in five of the last six NCAA Tournaments, claiming MVC Tournament titles in 2005 and 2008 (above).

The 2010-11 Missouri State Bears captured the men’s basketball program’s first Missouri Valley Conference regular-season title, finishing with a 15-3 league mark and a 26-9 overall record after advancing to the second round of the National Invitation Tournament. The previous season, the Bears swept the CollegiateInsider.com Tournament field for the eighth national tournament title in MSU history.

2010 Men’s Basketball CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT) 2005 Women’s Basketball National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) 1979 Women’s Field Hockey AIAW Division II 1974 Softball AIAW Division I 1974 Men’s Cross Country NCAA Division II 1963 Men’s Golf NCAA Division II 1953 Men’s Basketball NAIA National Tournament 1952 Men’s Basketball NAIA National Tournament MSU Athletics Highlights Powered by regular-season Missouri Valley Conference championships in men’s basketball and women’s swimming and diving, Missouri State finished second in the 2010-11 MVC All-Sports Trophy standings, marking the Bears’ best finish in five years Head softball coach Holly Hesse notched the seventh 30-win season of her coaching career in 2011, as the Bears won the State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Softball Championship and posted the program’s first NCAA Tournament victory in 13 years with a 4-2 win over Iona at the Norman (Okla.) Regional

The 2003 Baseball Bears shocked Nebraska and Ohio State in NCAA regional play to advance to the College World Series for the first time as a Division I program. Led by the program’s all-time winningest coach, Keith Guttin, and future Major Leaguers Shaun Marcum and Brad Ziegler, the Bears captured the MVC regular-season crown and finished the campaign with a 40-26 overall record.

Jack Steck has guided MSU’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs to 19 team conference titles in his 28 years as head coach, including the last four Missouri Valley Conference women’s championships


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JQH Arena has been the home of the Missouri State Bears basketball teams since its official opening in November 2008. The world-class arena seats more than 11,000 and has a state-of-the-art video scoreboard. Hotel developer John Q. Hammons made JQH Arena possible with a donation of $30 million.

John Q. Hammons Student Center is the home of the MSU volleyball and swimming teams, which has a main arena capacity of 4,646 permanent reserved seats.

Turner Family Practice Court, located in the east gym of Hammons Student Center, provides the Missouri State men’s and women’s basketball programs expanded options for practice schedules. The hardwood floor brings with it the history of the Bear’s program, as it was in use in HSC’s main arena from 1985 until February of 2006.

Plaster Strength Center is one of the largest of its kind in the Missouri Valley Conference. Strength coach Terry Sauerbry and his staff supervise the free weight-based facility.

The Robert W. Plaster Sports Complex is the home of Missouri State football, track and field, soccer and field hockey teams. The 16,300-seat complex includes a FieldTurf playing surface and an eight-lane synthetic all-weather track surface. The facility’s video board adds to any athletics experience with replays, graphics and live statistics. The complex also includes indoor amenities such as racquetball courts, locker rooms, five classrooms and a fitness center.

Bears Golf Facilities include many of the area’s premier courses, including Hickory Hills Country Club, Highland Springs Country Club, Millwood Golf and Racquet Club, Rivercut Golf Course (pictured above), Twin Oaks Country Club and Branson Creek Golf Club.


Hammons Field is located just blocks from the Missouri State campus. The 8,000 seat, natural grass stadium includes 28 luxury suites, five party decks, six food and beverage outlets, a souvenir shop and a club lounge. Financed by MSU alumnus John Q. Hammons, the facility is home to the Missouri State Bears and the Double-A Springfield Cardinals.

Killian Softball Stadium opened in March 2009 as the new home to the Missouri State softball team. Operated by the Springfield-Greene County Park Board, the East Springfield venue offers seating for up to 1,200 spectators and served as host of the 2011 MVC Softball Championship, won by the Bears this past May.

The Missouri State Cross Country Facility was unveiled as the new home course for MSU at Springfield Underground in 2007. The MSU Cross Country Facility hosted the 2008 MVC Championship, as well as the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional Championship.


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SPORTS MEDICINE Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services The Missouri State Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services staff has more than 90 years combined experience in athletic training. Included are director Jim Penkalski; Robin Meeks, assistant director; and athletic trainers Shannon Derricks, Tyler Landgraf, Amy Luke and Steve Sawchak. All are certified by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and licensed by the Missouri State Board of Healing Arts. Four intern athletic trainers join the full-time staff, along with a host of athletic training students who work with student-athletes under the supervision of staff members. A great asset is the involvement of physicians and medical personnel from the community and Missouri State’s Taylor Health and Wellness Center. Located adjacent to the Turner Family Practice Court inside Hammons Student Center, the Jim D. Morris Family Strength and Conditioning Center is the primary strength and conditioning facility of both Missouri State basketball programs. Under the direction of Prevention, Rehabilitation and Physical Performance Coordinator Mitch Hauschildt, the Bears and Lady Bears have access to state-of-the-art training programs and equipment.


Strength and Conditioning Physical development of more than 400 student-athletes to increase athletic performance, decrease the chance or severity of injury and enhance sport-specific athletics development are the goals of MSU Strength and Conditioning. Head strength coach Terry Sauerbry supervises the 7,200-square-foot Plaster Strength Center that is utilized by all 16 sports. Sauerbry and his staff guide the student-athletes through programs designed to improve individual skills and overall team performance. The programs integrate all phases of development, including free weights, multi-joint exercises, plyometrics, conditioning, flexibility, speed and nutrition. The strength and conditioning staff works with coaches and Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services to develop programs suited for each sport and its student-athletes. Areas of concern in each participant are identified and a strength program is put in place to address all items with the ultimate goal of improving competitive performance.


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UNIVERSITY Missouri State University is a public, comprehensive university system with a mission in public affairs, whose purpose is to develop educated persons. The University’s identity is distinguished by its statewide mission in public affairs, requiring a campus-wide commitment to foster competence and responsibility in the common vocation of citizenship. The academic experience is grounded in a general education curriculum which draws heavily from the liberal arts and sciences. This foundation provides the basis for mastery of disciplinary and professional studies. It also provides essential forums in which students develop the capacity to make wellinformed, independent critical judgments about the cultures, values and institutions in society. The task of developing educated persons obligates the University to expand the store of human understanding through research, scholarship and creative endeavor, and drawing from that store of understanding, to provide service to the communities that support it. In all of its programs, the University uses the most effective methods of discovering and imparting knowledge and the appropriate use of technology in support of these activities. The University functions through a multi-campus system that is integrated to address the needs of its constituents.


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Campus Overview The Springfield campus includes 38 educational and general buildings and 20 auxiliary enterprise facilities. Academics Classes take place in many buildings on the Springfield campus. A few highlights: Craig Hall – Home of the College of Arts and Letters and the Coger Theatre Ellis Hall – Home of the Music Department; has a 250-seat recital hall Glass Hall – Home of the College of Business Administration Hill Hall – Home of the College of Education Karls Hall – Home of the William H. Darr School of Agriculture McDonald Hall and Arena – Home of the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department Professional Building – Home of the College of Health and Human Services Siceluff Hall – Home of the English Department and the Modern and Classical Languages Department Strong Hall – Home of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs Temple Hall – Home of the College of Natural and Applied Sciences

Libraries The Missouri State University Library System is composed of four libraries: the Duane G. Meyer Library, the Music Library and the Greenwood Laboratory School Library (all in Springfield), and the Paul G. Evens Library of Fruit Science (Mountain Grove). The Meyer Library offers more than two million books and printed materials. The library contains more than 944,000 state and federal government documents and is the only United Nations document depository in the state. Downtown presence The Springfield campus has several buildings located in the city’s historic downtown. They include the Kenneth E. Meyer Alumni Center, the Park Central Office Building, the Jim D. Morris Center for Continuing Education and the Great Southern Building. The University also leases the Levy/Wolf Building on Park Central Square for some offices and outreach programs. IDEA Commons The Innovation, Design, Entrepreneurship and Art Commons is a geographic area in downtown Springfield that includes several Missouri State facilities: Brick City (an Art and Design department building) and the Roy Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center (a scientific research center). The IDEA Commons is an urban research park that will also include privately owned residential, retail and entertainment facilities. It creates an environment that generates creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship for the benefit of the Springfield region.

Missouri State University is one of the 13 four-year, public supported institutions of higher education in Missouri. Located in the state’s third largest city, Missouri State is within a 500mile radius of nearly 50 percent of the U.S. population. In addition to the main campus in Springfield, the Missouri State system is comprised of a two-year branch campus in West Plains, a research campus in Mountain Grove and an extended campus that coordinates telecommunicationbased delivery of distance education among and by the three campuses. More than half of the freshmen entering in fall 2010 were in the top 25 percent of their high school classes. About 24 percent were in the top 10 percent.


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STUDENT LIFE Missouri State Campus The Missouri State campus is located on 225 acres in the heart of Springfield. The campus is compact - students easily walk from one class to the next in just a few minutes. MSU students experience college life at its best, with more than 250 student organizations from which to choose. During the fall 2010 semester, Missouri State University’s enrollment on Springfield campus was 20,472. Where Students are From In fall 2010, 114 of Missouri’s 115 counties were represented on Missouri State’s campus. Additionally, students from 49 states, two United States territories and 76 countries were enrolled at MSU. 2010 Freshmen Class - Springfield Campus Total first-time freshmen enrollment: 2,600 Female: 1,550 (59.6 percent) Male: 1,050 (40.4 percent)


Residence Halls More than 4,000 students live in 10 University residence halls and apartment complexes. Missouri State’s nationally recognized residence halls are among the finest in the country.

Missouri State Bookstore Serving Missouri State University since 1905, the Missouri State Bookstore provides a full line of textbooks, official apparel, academic supplies, convenience items, study aids and a complete line of computer hardware and software, available at academic prices.

Taylor Health and Wellness Center Located on campus adjacent to Plaster Student Union, Taylor Health and Wellness Center consists of a full-time professional staff of board-certified physicians, RNs, LPNs, registered pharmacists and lab and X-ray technicians. All students are eligible for care at the Center.

Robert W. Plaster Student Union The PSU is the hub of the campus community. It has a post office, bank, convenience store, movie theater, bowling alley, study areas and many dining options. PSU is home to many student groups and University organizations.

Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts This 2,200-seat, multipurpose performance facility brings to campus touring Broadway musical productions, entertainment performances and an emerging concert artist’s recital series. It is the home of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.

Maroon Madness The largest student group on campus, Maroon Madness, is increasing school spirit and student attendance at athletic events. Students in Maroon Madness enjoy reserved seating in JQH Arena and Plaster Sports Complex.


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ACADEMICS The University offers more than 150 undergraduate programs and nearly 50 graduate programs, as well as select certificate and doctorate degrees. Many of these programs are the state’s strongest and largest of their kind. Participate in Public Affairs Missouri State is proud of its mission in public affairs. The components of the public affairs mission are ethical leadership, cultural competence and community engagement. Through this mission, students develop understanding of issues that affect the local community, the world at large and the environment. The courses they take challenge them to become informed and active citizens. On top of that, opportunities for volunteering and service-learning put students in realworld situations. Missouri State holds a Public Affairs Week and Public Affairs Conference each year to further express the components of the mission. Speakers address topics such as citizenship, democracy, diversity, the economy and sustainability.

In addition to becoming just the third consensus first-team All-American in Missouri State football history, David Arkin (above) snagged the first CoSIDA Academic All-America honor for a Bear in 11 years. The Wichita, Kan., native picked up second-team Academic All-America recognition in 2010, before being selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round (110th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.


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Honors College The Honors College provides a program of enhanced, advanced study and recognition for students of unusually strong academic achievement and motivation. The College exists to provide these students with intellectual opportunities beyond those generally found in traditional programs, including smaller and enriched classes and the option to pursue their own research and creative interests.

The Competitive Edge Missouri State students gain a competitive edge through the state’s largest internship program. Students have the opportunities to experience cuttingedge research and interact with nationally recognized faculty and private-industry partners, paving the way for graduates to succeed at top graduate and professional schools across the nation.

Missouri State is one of only 81 institutions - and the only school in Missouri - to be honored by The Princeton Review in its book, Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement.

ACT Scores The average ACT score for Missouri State’s incoming freshmen in fall 2010 was 24.1, higher than the 21.6 average for Missouri high-school graduates. Student-to-Faculty Ratio Missouri State has a total of 699 fulltime faculty members on the Springfield campus. The student-to-faculty ratio is approximately 20:1, with nearly 90 percent of full-time faculty members having the most-advanced degree available in their field. Studying Around the Globe About 200 Missouri State students participate in study-away programs each year. Many programs allow students to immerse themselves in a foreign culture, which helps them learn both inside and outside of the classroom. Missouri State has an International Center that promotes international education and creates more international opportunities for students and faculty. Our students have the opportunity to study almost anywhere.


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SPIRIT Spirit Groups The Missouri State Pride Bands, Cheer Squad and Sugar Bears Dance Team provide key elements to the total gameday package. The Missouri State Band program is comprised of 18 different bands, including the 300-member Pride Marching Band, which performs at each Missouri State home football game.

Missouri State Fight Song Bear Mascot The Bear has been a part of Missouri State athletics since a joint committee of MSU students and faculty members chose it as mascot during the 1906-07 school year. The committee also picked maroon and white as the official school colors.

Missouri State Alma Mater Sing we praises Now to our Alma Mater, All hail Maroon and White Missouri State, we pledge devotion May you live ever in truth and right, May you live ever in truth and right

Uphold tradition, our school we hold so dear, We will be loyal throughout our college years, Fight for victory as we stand up and cheer, Let’s hear it for the Bears, B-E-A-R-S-Bears, M-I-S-S-O-U-R-I-State


IN THE COMMUNITY Bears’ Community Service Projects Adopt-A-Family Adopt-A-Street American Cancer Society Relay for Life American Heart Association Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Ozarks Boys and Girls Club Dance Bear-a-Thon benefitting Children’s Miracle Network Friends of the Library Healing Garden at Cox Hulston Center Hickory Hills Elementary Sports Spectacular Day Horace Mann Elementary Read Across America and Book Exchange Light the Night benefitting Leukemia Foundation of the Ozarks McBride Elementary Food Drive Ozarks Literacy Council Portland Elementary Character Education Rotary Clubs of Springfield Rockin’ Ribs Shoe Bank benefitting Springfield Public Schools Weaver Elementary School Just Read! Program The Kitchen Special Olympics

Missouri State student-athletes are active in a wide variety of community service and outreach programs, including Habitat for Humanity (top left), Just Read! and Read Across America (right, top right and lower left) and The Kitchen (middle left).


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SPRINGFIELD Missouri State University calls Springfield home. The hub of the Ozarks and the third-largest city in the state of Missouri, Springfield is known across the region as “The Queen City of the Ozarks.” The Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area is one of the country’s fastest growing and most scenic regions, covering five counties in southwest Missouri with a total population of 436,712.


What to do in Springfield Here is a sample of the great things going on in Springfield. Almost everything in town is within 20 minutes of the Missouri State campus. Movie theaters (including a multiplex and an independent cinema both within walking distance from campus) Hammons Field (home of the Missouri State Bears and the Springfield Cardinals, Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals) Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Battlefield Mall Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World (one of Missouri’s largest tourist attractions) Dickerson Park Zoo Mediacom Ice Park Springfield Symphony Orchestra Springfield Ballet Springfield Art Museum Springfield Regional Opera Springfield Conservation Nature Center Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield Springfield has a strong commitment to the arts. First Friday Art Walk is held downtown every month. Venues display photography, pottery, painting, blown glass and more. The annual Artsfest is held on historic Walnut Street, just a short walk from campus. The beautiful Ozarks can be experienced in so many ways. Springfield has many parks, each with a different personality. There’s a Japanese stroll garden, bike trails, a dog park and more.


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IN THE PROS

Clay Harbor Philadelphia Eagles

Matt Pickens Colorado Rapids

Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies 2005 N.L. Rookie of the Year 2006 N.L. MVP

Ross Detwiler Washington Nationals

Blake Ahearn 2007-08 NBA D-League Rookie of the Year


Former Bears in Major Sport Leagues NFL Steve Ache David Arkin* (Dallas Cowboys) Bob Dees Clay Harbor* (Philadelphia Eagles) Charlie Mitchell Tom Mullen Mike Murphy Brad St. Louis Jason Whittle

Shaun Marcum Milwaukee Brewers

Jackie Stiles Fourth Overall Pick, 2001 WNBA Draft 2001 WNBA Rookie of the Year

Bill Mueller 2003 A.L. Batting Champion

Brad Ziegler Oakland Athletics MLB record-holder for consecutive scoreless innings at the start of a career

NBA Blake Ahearn Don Anielak Winston Garland Curtis Perry MLS Chris Brunt Matt Caution Justin Douglass Doug Lascody Lance Parker Matt Pickens* (Colorado Rapids) Alex Riggs* (Columbus Crew) Jamal Sutton Burch Wylie MLB Scott Bailes Mark Bailey Matt Cepicky Ross Detwiler* (Washington Nationals) Bart Evans Jeff Gray* (Seattle Mariners) Jason Hart Ryan Howard* (Philadelphia Phillies) Shaun Marcum* (Milwaukee Brewers) Bill Mueller Matt Palmer* (Los Angeles Angels) John Rheinecker Brad Ziegler* (Oakland Athletics) *includes players active on major league rosters (current team)


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IN THE SPOTLIGHT Missouri State is covered by a wide variety of media in Springfield and the surrounding area. Missouri State athletes are routinely featured on all four local television networks, as well as on the pages of local publications the Springfield News-Leader and 417 Magazine. Now in its third decade broadcasting Missouri State Athletics, Springfieldbased Meyer Communications will once again carry the Bears and Lady Bears on its radio airwaves in 2011-12. All MSU football and men’s and women’s basketball games, home and away, will be carried live on Meyer’s network of stations. Flagship station, KTXR (101.3 FM), serves as the primary home for MSU athletics, with “The Jock” 98.7 FM, and KBFL 99.9 FM/1060 AM also providing platforms for the Bears and Lady Bears in the event of programming conflicts. Meyer also broadcasts select Bears’ volleyball, baseball and softball contests, as well as MSU coaches’ shows for football and men’s and women’s basketball. All MSU games carried by Meyer can also be heard online at www.RadioSpringfield.com.

Bears on the Web The Missouri State Athletics website provides the latest information on Missouri State Athletics and is maintained by the MSU Athletics Communications office. Follow Bears online at www.MissouriStateBears.com, where you will find the most recent news, game results, schedules and rosters for all 16 Missouri State varsity athletic programs. The official website of Missouri State Athletics is hosted by CBSSports.com College Network. Live stats for select Missouri State athletic events are accessible on the MSU Athletics site. Additionally, streaming video for select Bears and Lady Bears home games, as well as road games when possible, will be available via Bears Live, a subscription-based multimedia service, which can be accessed on MissouriStateBears.com.


Bears on Twitter and Facebook Also, check out Missouri State Athletics on Twitter and Facebook. To keep up with the all things Maroon and White, visit www.Twitter.com/MissouriStBears and www.Facebook.com/MissouriStBears. Collegiate Licensing Company In May 2009, Missouri State University reached an agreement with Collegiate Licensing Company to manage the University’s trademark licensing program. A division of IMG Worldwide, CLC is the oldest and largest collegiate licensing agency in the U.S., providing fullservice capabilities in brand protection, management and development.

Nelligan Sports Marketing In an effort to maximize its athletics exposure and marketing potential, Missouri State University has entered into a long-term contract with Nelligan Sports Marketing to exclusively represent the University’s corporate sponsorship program. The long-term partnership will focus heavily on intercollegiate athletics initiatives, such as broadcast media rights, marketing and sponsorship programs, but will also benefit the entire University by maximizing business-to-business opportunities and revenue potential. NSM is based in Little Falls, N.J., and represents some of the elite college properties in the country, including such institutions as Brown University, UC Santa Barbara, Colorado State University, Eastern Michigan University, Florida Atlantic University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University, Middle Tennessee State University, Princeton University, Providence College, Rutgers University and West Virginia University. It also represents many athletic organizations, such as the Colonial Athletic Association and its 12-member institutions, Horizon League, Pac-10 Conference, Patriot League, Champs Sports Bowl and Capital One Bowl.


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MEDIA OUTLETS

Print

Radio

Television

Springfield News-Leader (daily) 651 Boonville, Springfield, MO 65801 (417) 837-1347; Fax: (417) 864-6677 Beat Writers: Lyndal Scranton, Erin Bolen

KTXR (101.3 FM) KWTO (560 AM, 98.7 FM) 3000 E. Chestnut, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 862-3751 (KTXR); 862-5600 (KWTO) Fax: (417) 869-7275 Sports Director: Rob Evans

Mediacom (MCC-22) 1533 S. Enterprise, Springfield, MO 65804 (417) 875-7557; Fax: (417) 883-0265 Program Director: Randy Hollis Production Manager: Corey Riggs

KOSP (105.1 FM), KKLH (104.7 FM) KOMG (92.9 FM) 319 B E. Battlefield, Springfield, MO 65807 (417) 886-5677; Fax: (417) 886-2155 Program Director: Chris Cannon

KSPR (Channel 33, ABC) 1359 E. St. Louis, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 864-3352; Fax: (417) 831-4125 Sports Director: Mike Scott

The Standard (Tue.) 901 S. National, Springfield, MO 65897 (417) 836-5272; Fax: (417) 836-6738 Sports Editor: Benjamen Loewnau St. Louis Post-Dispatch (daily) 900 N. Tucker, St. Louis, MO 63101 (314) 340-8170; Fax: (314) 340-3070 Sports Editor: Reid Laymance Kansas City Star (daily) 1729 Grand, Kansas City, MO 64018 (816) 234-4355; Fax: (816) 234-4360 Sports Editor: Mike Fannin

Associated Press -Mo./Kan. Bureau 215 W. Pershing Rd. Kansas City, MO 64108 (816) 421-4844 or (800) 852-4844 Fax: (816) 421-4844 News Editor: Chris Clark Sports Reporter: Doug Tucker Springfield Correspondent: Marcus Kabel Big O Sports 211 E. Walnut, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 869-4848; Fax: (417) 869-6201 Editor: Tom Mast

KADI (1340 AM, 99.5 FM) 5431 W. Sunshine, Brookline, MO 65619 (417) 831-0995; Fax: (417)831-4026 Sports Director: Steve Largent

KGBX (105.9 FM), KTOZ (95.5 FM), KGMY (1400 AM, 100.5 FM), KXUS (97.3 FM) 1856 E. Battlefield, Springfield, MO 65804 Phone: 890-5555; Fax: (417) 890-5050 News Director: Jim Wesley KTTS (1260 AM, 94.7 FM) 2330 W. Grand, Springfield, MO 65801 Phone: 869-2153; Fax: (417) 866-8537 News Director: Don Louzader KSMU (91.1 FM) 901 S. National, Springfield, MO 65897 Phone: 836-5878; Fax: (417) 836-5889 News Director: Missy Shelton

KOLR (Channel 10, CBS) KSFX (Channel 27, Fox) 2650 E. Division, Springfield, MO 65803 (417) 862-6397; Fax: (417) 866-6397 Sports Director: Dan Lucy

KYTV (Channel 3, NBC) 999 W. Sunshine, Springfield, MO 65807 Phone: 268-3000; Fax: 268-3364 Sports Director: Ned Reynolds Fox Sports Midwest 700 St. Louis Union Station, Suite 300 St. Louis, MO 63103 (314) 206-7000; Fax: (314) 206-7070 News Contact: Geoff Goldman Metro Sports - Kansas City TWC, 8221 W. 119th Street Overland Park, KS 66213 (816) 222-5618 News Contact: John Denison


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SMART Interim President Fourth Year at Missouri State On June 27, 2011, Clifton M. “Clif” Smart, III was named interim president of the university. Smart had been General Counsel at Missouri State since Dec. 1, 2007. Over the past three-and-a-half years at Missouri State, Smart had provided legal counsel to the Board, president, faculty, staff and administrators. He also had been involved in many campus-wide initiatives, including leading the university response to the state auditor’s report on Missouri State; serving on the JQH Arena Task Force; developing a comprehensive on-line policy library for the university; and chairing or serving on a variety of searches: vice president for diversity and inclusion, chief financial officer (twice), director of admissions, director of human resources and men’s basketball coach. Smart joined The Strong Law Firm in 1992. He became a shareholder in the firm in 1995 and vice president in 1998. During his 15 years at the firm, Smart’s practice consisted primarily of representing individuals and entities in catastrophic injury, medical malpractice and commercial cases. Smart was selected to the panel of three applicants submitted to the governor for the vacant Missouri Supreme Court positions in 2002 and 2004. In February 2009, he was elected for a five-year term as one of the two lawyer members of the 31st Circuit Judicial Commission. Smart was listed in Best Lawyers in America for 2007-08 in the fields of product liability, personal injury and professional negligence. Prior to joining The Strong Law Firm, Smart worked for two years with the firm of Wright, Lindsey & Jennings in Little Rock, Ark. From 1986-90, he was with the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. in Ft. Knox, Ky. Smart graduated from Fayetteville High School in 1979 where he was valedictorian. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Tulane University in 1983, graduating Summa Cum Laude. In 1986, he graduated with his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law, receiving the second highest GPA (3.95) in school history. While in law school, he received the Leflar Scholarship, was an Oxford Scholar and was on the Law Review. Smart and his wife, Gail, have two sons: Murray, a student at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, and Jim, an incoming freshman at Hamilton College in New York.

Dr. Frank Einhellig Interim Provost

Dr. Jim Baker

Vice President for Research and Economic Development

Brent Dunn

Vice President for University Advancement

Ken McClure

Vice President for Administrative and Information Services

Dr. Earle Doman

Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Dr. Leslie Anderson

Interim Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion

University Administrative Council Clif Smart

Interim President

Dr. Frank Einhellig

Interim Provost

Dr. Leslie Anderson

Interim V.P. for Diversity and Inclusion

Dr. Jim Baker

V.P. for Research and Economic Development

Dr. Drew Bennett

Chancellor, Missouri State University-West Plains

Dr. Earle Doman

V.P. for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Brent Dunn

V.P. for University Advancement

Steve Foucart

Interim Chief Financial Officer

Penni Groves

Interim General Counsel

Dr. Tammy Jahnke

Dean, College of Natural and Applied Sciences

Paul Kincaid

Chief of Staff/Asst. to President for Univ. Relations

John McAlear

Secretary to the Board of Governors

Ken McClure

V.P. for Administrative and Information Services

June McHaney

Director, Internal Audit

Kyle Moats

Director of Athletics

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Missouri State University’s search for its new director of athletics concluded May 28, 2009, with the introduction of Kyle Moats as the University’s 10th A.D. Moats came to the University after serving as associate athletics director for national marketing at the University of Louisville since 2005.  Moats began his duties at Missouri State in July 2009, replacing Bill Rowe, who retired after spending 27 years as Missouri State’s top athletics administrator and more than a half century at the university as a student, coach and administrator.  In a busy first year on the job, Moats wasted little time in laying groundwork for the future of Missouri State Athletics. From day one he emphasized the importance of fostering a strategic vision in the current landscape of intercollegiate athletics by involving all corners of the campus community in developing a long-range plan for the MSU Athletics. Moats played a key role in Missouri State’s new partnership with Nelligan Sports Marketing (NSM), announced in February 2010. The agreement will result in the outsourcing of the departments’ marketing and corporate sales operations while maximizing revenue potential for MSU Athletics. Additionally, Moats was instrumental in MSU’s negotiations for a new multi-year television contract with KY3, Inc.  Year two for Moats in Springfield saw Missouri State finish second in the 2010-11 MVC All-Sports Trophy standings--its best finish in five years. Conference titles by men’s basketball, women’s swimming and softball, as well as postseason tournament berths for both MSU basketball programs highighted the Bears’ year. Prior to his arrival in Springfield, Moats spent four years as associate athletics director for national marketing at Louisville. In that capacity, he coordinated the Cardinals’ efforts in national awareness, marketing, branding and group ticket sales. He also worked closely with Nelligan, which manages the exclusive marketing rights for Cardinal Athletics. Moats oversaw the Louisville band and spirit squads as the liaison with student government and student spirit groups.  Prior to joining the Louisville staff, Moats served as senior associate athletic director for two years at Marquette University, where he oversaw the Golden Eagles’ Blue and Gold Fund, media relations, ticket operations, special events, licensing, radio, television, marketing and promotions and sponsorships with NSM.  He also worked 14 years in the University of Kentucky athletics department, including his last three there as associate athletics director for marketing (2000-02).  Moats joined the UK staff as a graduate assistant in the athletics office in 1989, and in 1991 was promoted to coordinator of promotions and special events. He became the Wildcats’ director of marketing, promotions and licensing in 1993 before being named assistant athletics director for marketing in 1996. He served as tournament manager for the 1993 NCAA Golf Championships and the 1996 and 1998 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament events in Lexington.  A native of Dixon, Ill., Moats is a 1988 graduate of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. While at SIUE, Moats was a three-year letterwinner in golf and was a student assistant basketball coach for the Cougars from 1985-1988. He earned a master’s degree in sports management from the University of Kentucky in 2001.  Moats and his wife, Leeann, have two children, Kirk and Lauren.

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Kyle Moats was introduced as Missouri State University’s 10th director of athletics on May 28, 2009.

Moats Resume Summary Professional Background Years School Position 1985-88 SIUE Student-Athlete (Golf) Student Assistant Coach (MBB) 1989-91 Kentucky Graduate Assistant 1991-93 Kentucky Coordinator of Promotions and Special Events 1993-96 Kentucky Director of Marketing, Promotions and Licensing 1996-2004 Kentucky Assistant AD for Marketing 2004-06 Marquette Senior Associate AD 2006-09 Louisville Associate AD for National Marketing 2009-present Missouri State Director of Athletics Education Southern Illinois University Edwardsville B.S. in Physical Education, 1988

University of Kentucky M.S. in Sports Management, 2001

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COMOROSKI

HICKS

Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Associate Director of Athletics for Student Development

Ninth Year at Missouri State

Casey Comoroski enters her fourth full year as associate director of athletics and her ninth year overall at Missouri State. Comoroski oversees the operations of several of the institution’s 16 men’s and women’s sports programs. In addition, she has oversight of the Bears’ compliance, athletic training and strength and conditioning programs and serves as the primary personnel administrator for intercollegiate athletics. Comoroski joined the MSU staff in March 2003 as assistant director of athletics for compliance, a post in which she served until succeeding Darlene Bailey as associate athletics director in September of 2006. A native of Nanticoke, Pa., Comoroski came to MSU from Coastal Carolina University, where she had been assistant athletics director for compliance since 1998. At Coastal Carolina, Comoroski’s responsibilities included overseeing budgets for some of the school’s 17 sports, working in game operations, supervising the hosting of conference championships and directing summer sports camps. She was honored as the Big South Compliance Director of the Year in 2000.  Comoroski graduated from St. Bonaventure University in 1994 and earned a master’s degree from the University of Connecticut in 1996. She served one year as an intern in the Syracuse University athletics compliance office and spent two years in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference compliance section. A four-year starter in women’s basketball at St. Bonaventure, Comoroski was inducted into the school’s athletics hall of fame in February 2007. Additionally, she was inducted into the Luzerne County (Pa.) Sports Hall of Fame in August 2010.

Third Year at Missouri State

Bryan Hicks begins his third year as Missouri State’s associate athletics director for student development. Prior to his arrival in Springfield in August 2009, Hicks spent 12 years at the University of Louisville and five as assistant athletic director for academics, overseeing the academic responsibilities for the Cardinal football team and stadium computer lab. The Huntsville, Ala., native also served on the University’s Commission on Diversity and Racial Equality, the Directors Council for University Wide Advising and coordinated U of L’s Student-Athletes of Color Combining Opportunity and Responsibility for Excellence. A college basketball and baseball standout at Tuskegee University, he received his bachelors degree in marketing from Alabama A&M in 1992 and earned his master’s degree in public administration (MPA) from Portland State in 1996. He had served as a compliance coordinator, associate director for academic services, and an academic advisor prior to taking on his current role at Louisville in 2003. He also has coaching and multicultural admissions experience at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Ore. He and his wife, Kellie, are the parents of three children, Hailey, Sydney and Garrett.

AKRE Associate Director of Athletics for Business Administration Third Year at Missouri State

Intercollegiate Athletics Committee James Hutter (Chair), Faculty Athletics Representative Tiffany Akre, Intercollegiate Athletics Casey Comoroski, Intercollegiate Athletics Rachelle Darabi, Associate Provost-Student Development & Public Affairs Samuel Dyer, College of Arts and Letters Benjamin Goss, College of Business Administration Bryan Hicks, Intercollegiate Athletics Steven Hinch, College of Education Heather C. King, Office of Financial Aid Emily Matthews, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Sarah McCallister, College of Health and Human Services Kyle Moats, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Lorene Stone, College of Humanities and Public Affairs Kyle Yates, Intercollegiate Athletics

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Tiffany Akre will begin her third year on the Missouri State Athletics staff, after joining the department as associate director of athletics for business affairs in September 2009. Akre is a native of Farmington, Mo., and has an extensive background in accounting, payroll, and business affairs for a number of organizations. Most recently, she spent eight years as vice president of finance for McQueary Brothers Drug Company in Springfield. In 2008, she was named senior team leader for McQueary’s finance acquisition team. As the associate athletic director for business administration, Akre is responsible for all phases of the business operation for the athletic department, which includes development and management of the annual budget and the supervision of daily business operations. She also serves as sport administrator for men’s and women’s golf. A 1997 graduate of Missouri State, Akre is also an on-line instructor for the University of Phoenix. She also holds an MBA from Regis University in Denver.

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MCMEEL

Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications

Assistant Director of Athletics for External Affairs

Fourth Year at Missouri State

Missouri State alumnus Rick Kindhart is in his fourth year directing MSU’s athletics communications efforts and his third as assistant director of athletics. In addition to overseeing the dayto-day operations of the department, he is the primary contact for Bears’ football and men’s basketball and serves on the University Marketing Council and the NCAA Self-Study Committee. Kindhart came to Missouri State in July 2008 after serving as assistant executive director for communications for the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) for a total of 11 years. Kindhart began his stint at MSHSAA in 1996 as communications and publications director and filled that role until 2000, when he accepted the job of statistics coordinator for the NCAA in Indianapolis. He returned to MSHSAA in 2001 and was promoted to assistant executive director on July 1, 2005. Kindhart graduated cum laude from Missouri State University in 1991,and received his master’s degree in 1993 from Southeast Missouri State, where he served as assistant sports information director from 1991-93. From 1993-96, he was sports information director at Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America, Society for American Baseball Research, and the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. He has earned numerous regional and national writing and publication awards, including four national top-five publications at Missouri State. He and his wife, Christy, have two children, Matt and Shelby.

GWYN General Manager Nelligan Sports Marketing, Inc. Second Year at Missouri State

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Mary-Bec Gwyn returns for her second year at Missouri State as general manager for Nelligan Sports Marketing, Inc. Gwyn came to Springfield in June 2010 shortly after Missouri State entered into a long-term partnership with NSM for the purpose of maximizing the University’s athletics exposure and marketing potential. As general manager, Gwyn leads the department’s sales efforts, overseeing a staff of two full-time and several student employees with a focus on managing inventory and building client relations. A 2001 graduate of the University of Kentucky, Gwyn returned to Nelligan after spending several years in the medical sales field with Mizuho OSI and a stint as an account executive with Fox Cable Networks. The Duluth, Ga., native initially began her career with NSM while working toward her master’s degree in sport administration at the University of Louisville.

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Fifth Year at Missouri State

Padraic McMeel enters his fourth full year at Missouri State after assuming the post of assistant director of athletics for external affairs in February 2008. In his first three-plus years at MSU, McMeel has directed the implementation of the seat selection program for JQH Arena, the Bears’ and Lady Bears’ new state-of-the-art $67 million basketball facility which opened in November 2008. McMeel came to Missouri State after serving as associate director of the Golden Knights Club (GKC) and director of premium seating at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. In that position, he was responsible for suite and club seat sales and assisted with GKC annual giving. He spent a year as assistant director of GKC before becoming associate director in 2006. Prior to his stint at UCF, McMeel spent time in the athletic departments at Illinois State and Central Michigan. He earned his undergraduate degree in sport administration from Central Michigan in 1994 and received his master’s degree from CMU in athletic administration in 2005. McMeel lives in Springfield with his wife, Ashley, their daughter, Logan, and son, Casen.

YATES Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance Fourth Year at Missouri State

Kyle Yates begins his fourth year as assistant director of athletics for compliance after joining the Missouri State athletics staff in July 2008. Yates came to MSU after spending three years as assistant director of athletics compliance at TCU. His duties included monitoring the activity of coaches and staff for NCAA rules compliance, as well as the oversight of maintenance on the TCU athletics compliance web site. At Missouri State, Yates is responsible for the organization and overall administration of the MSU athletic department’s NCAA compliance program, including the certification of eligibility and coordination of financial aid for student-athletes. He is also charged with monitoring coaches’ activities relative to rules compliance, and administering educational measures for athletics staff members. A 2004 graduate of Texas A&M, Yates completed his MBA from TCU in 2007.

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BLACKWOOD Executive Director of Athletic and Entertainment Facilities 28th Year at Missouri State

Springfield native Randy Blackwood is entering his 28th year at Missouri State and his seventh as executive director of athletic and entertainment facilities. Blackwood earned his bachelor’s degree in speech and theatre from Missouri State in 1980. He has been involved in public assembly venue management since 1981, serving as the Fine Arts Auditorium Manager at the University of Georgia for four years before returning to his alma mater in 1984. During his tenure at MSU, Blackwood has been involved in the administration of Hammons Student Center and Plaster Sports Complex, including the last nine years as director of the two facilities. On July 1, 2005, he was named executive director of the University’s three top public venues, Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts, Hammons Student Center, and Plaster Sports Complex. In 2008, Blackwood added another on-campus facility to the list of venues he oversees with the opening of JQH Arena. Blackwood is a graduate of Leadership Springfield and a member of the International Association of Assembly Managers (IAAM). He is also a member of the Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau. Blackwood resides in Springfield with his wife, Joyce OwenBlackwood.

HUTTER Faculty Athletics Representative 23rd Year at Missouri State

Dr. James Hutter begins his first year as faculty athletics representative and his 23rd overall at Missouri State in 2011. Hutter takes over the role of FAR after serving as vice-chair of MSU’s Intercollegiate Athletics Committee (IAC) in 2010-11. Hutter has been a faculty member for Missouri State’s William H. Darr School of Agriculture since completing his Ph.D. in agriculture education from the University of Minnesota in 1991. He has been recognized by MSU on several occasions with excellence in teaching and service awards and has served on numerous committees during his tenure at MSU, including a stint as chair of the University’s Professional Education Committee. Hutter graduated from Missouri State with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture education in 1984, then earned a master’s degree in education from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1987. A native of nearby Miller, Mo., Hutter and his wife, Leslie, reside in Republic with their two sets of twins, Tate and Hayes, and Gibbs and Tess.

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Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement

(Approved by the Board of Governors October 1995, revised November 1999, December 2001, October 2003)

Abridged Version

Missouri State University (MSU) is committed to an intercollegiate athletics program which complements the mission of the University and operates in accordance with the principles and regulations of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As a member of various athletics conferences, MSU is committed to academic and athletics excellence, sound fiscal management practices, enhancement of the physical and educational welfare of student-athletes, equal opportunity, character development, principles of amateurism, as well as the fundamental values of sportsmanship, civility, and the common virtue of good citizenship.

The Bears Fund

The Bears Fund is the annual fund-raising program for Missouri State intercollegiate athletics that was established in 1981 in conjunction with the move of MSU athletics to NCAA Division I status.  The fund’s name stands for “Building Excellence in Athletics through Recruiting and Scholarships,” and its impact on Missouri State Athletics has grown substantially throughout the 29 years of its existence. The 2009-10 drive netted over $2.75 million, marking the 22nd year in a row in which total contributions to The Bears Fund have gone beyond $1 million.  The fund is administered by the Missouri State University Foundation with additional input from coaching and administrative staff members in intercollegiate athletics.  Contributors of $50 or more during each year are recognized as members at various giving levels in The Bears Fund, and as such, receive benefits within the athletic program, including game program recognition, online athletics newsletter, and parking and postseason ticket considerations.  Bears Fund gifts may be earmarked for specific sports or general use and the money is used to enhance MSU athletics, particularly in the areas of scholarships and recruiting. Contributions may be cash, gifts in kind of goods or services, matching gifts from employers, bequests or life income trusts and honorary or memorial gifts.  An additional fund-raising event that’s a popular latesummer social event for MSU fans is the Missouri State Auction Benefiting Athletics. Held in August for each of the past 23 years, the auction has generated additional income for athletic uses with an evening of food, fun and entertainment.  Individuals and businesses donate goods or services for sale at the auction, and the income derived from that sale goes to intercollegiate athletics. Items available for purchase at the auction since it began in 1987 have included automobiles, a thoroughbred racehorse, country club memberships, advertising packages, travel opportunities including road trips with MSU athletic teams, furs, jewelry, sports memorabilia, and unique items such as the chance to join MSU coaches on the sidelines during varsity contests. Fifteen of the last sixteen auctions have netted more than $100,000 for MSU Athletics, and the 2009 auction raised more than $110,000.

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BOAZ

SAUERBRY

Director of JQH Arena/HSC/PSC

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Ninth Year at Missouri State

Keith Boaz enters his sixth year as director of Missouri State’s athletics facilities and his ninth year overall as a member of the MSU athletics staff. Boaz began his work at MSU in a dual role as assistant director of athletics development and marketing and assistant director of Hammons Student Center/Plaster Sports Complex in August 2003. A 2002 graduate of Missouri State, Boaz served as assistant director of operations at Jordan Valley Ice Park before joining the University’s staff. Boaz lives in Springfield with his wife, Bethany, their daughter, Averie, and son, Bradie.

Missouri State University Missouri State University is a community of people with respect for diversity. The University emphasizes the dignity and equality common to all persons and adheres to a strict nondiscrimination policy regarding the treatment of individual faculty, staff, and students. In accord with federal law and applicable Missouri statutes, the University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, or veteran status in employment or in any program or activity offered or sponsored by the University. In addition, the University does not discriminate on any basis not related to the applicable educational requirements for students or the applicable job requirements for employees. The University maintains a grievance procedure incorporating due process available to any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against. Missouri State University is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer. Inquiries concerning the grievance procedure, Affirmative Action Plan, or compliance with federal and state laws and guidelines should be addressed to the Missouri State University Office of Equity and Diversity, 901 South National, Springfield, Missouri 65897.

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www.MissouriStateBears.com

Sixth Year at Missouri State

Terry Sauerbry enters his sixth year as head strength and conditioning coach for the 16 MSU intercollegiate sports in 201112. Sauerbry began his current role at MSU in 2006 after serving in a similar capacity at the University of Rhode Island. He established the Rhode Island athletics strength and conditioning program where none had previously existed. Like MSU, Rhode Island is an NCAA FCS school. Prior to his tenure at Rhode Island, Sauerbry was associate strength coach at Temple University from 1998 to 2005. Previously, he was an assistant strength coach at the University of Maryland from 1997 through 1998. A native of Langhome, Pa., Sauerbry competed as a studentathlete on the football team at Maryland before graduating from the school in 1998 with a degree in kinesiological sciences. He also earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Temple in 2000.

PENKALSKI Director of Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services 22nd Year at Missouri State

Jim Penkalski enters his third full year as director of Missouri State Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services and his 22nd year overall at MSU. Penkalski took over as head of the MSU athletic training program in March 2009 following the retirement of Ivan Milton. Penkalski oversees a staff of six full-time certified athletic trainers, three intern athletic trainers and a host of student trainers. A Broadview Heights, Ohio, native, Penkalski also fills the role of primary athletic trainer for baseball and has worked with a number of MSU athletic programs throughout his tenure. Penkalski competed in football and wrestling at Brecksville High before completing his undergraduate degree in physical education from Kent State in 1987. He then moved on to Northern Michigan for his graduate studies, completing his master’s degree in 1989. Penkalski and his wife, Missy, have three children, Amanda, Katelyn and Russell.

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Ben Adamson

Tiffany Akre

Terry Allen

Patrick Baldwin

Randy Blackwood Executive Director, Athletics Facilities

Director, JQH Arena/HSC/PSC

Rob Brewer

Marcus Brown

Susan Brown

Wayne Chambers

Mike Chandler

Rob Christophel

Ger Coppinger

Sean Coughlin

Brenda Espy

Brenda Essary

Lois Goldade

Becky Grant

Jim Huelskamp

Dr. James Hutter

Assistant Director, Associate A.D., Athletics Communications Business Administration

Head Coach, Women’s Soccer

Assistant Coach, Men’s Soccer

Academic Advisor, ACIA

Assistant Coach, Football

Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant

Assistant Coach, Swimming & Diving

Faculty Athletics Representative

Head Coach, Football

Coordinator, Spirit Squads

Terri Coulter

Administrative Assistant

Paul Evans

Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball

Assistant Coach, Football

Bethany Creed

Assistant Coach, Football

Trevyor Fisher

Drew Fitzgerald

Director of Operations, Men’s Basketball

Keith Guttin

Mary-Bec Gwyn

Jeni Jones

Associate Head Coach, Volleyball

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Gerald Davis

Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball

Assistant Coach, Baseball

Head Coach, Baseball

Assistant Coach, Football

General Manager, NSM

Kevin Kane

Head Coach, Women’s Golf

Keith Boaz

Assistant Coach, Football

Shannon Derricks

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sue Frederick

Tim Bohn

Director, Track & Field and Cross Country

Dave Collins

Casey Comoroski

Eric Doennig

Erika Dombkowski

Associate Head Coach, Swimming & Diving

Assistant Director Athletics Communications

Jerise Freeman

Assistant Coach, Women’s Soccer

Associate Head Coach, Softball

Mitch Hauschildt

Holly Hesse Head Coach, Softball

Associate A.D., StudentAthlete Development

Rick Kindhart

Tyler Landgraf

Jon Leamy

Rehabilitation Specialist and Performance Enhancement Coordinator

Assistant A.D., Assistant Athletic Trainer Athletics Communications

Ron Boyce

Assistant Director, Athletics Communications

Director of Operations, Women’s Basketball

Bryan Hicks

Head Coach, Men’s Soccer

Associate A.D./SWA

Assistant Coach, Field Hockey

Jeremiah Frey

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Brent Hobbs

Assistant Coach, Track & Field

Amy Luke

Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Paul Lusk

Dr. Brian Mahaffey

Kyle Moats

Bob Montgomery

Head Coach, Men’s Basketball

Director of Athletics

Jim Penkalski

Director, Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services

Team Physician

Assistant Coach, Football

Beth Perine

Associate Head Coach, Softball

Dr. Richard Seagrave Kyle Smithpeters Team Physician

Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball

Trish Marsh

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Helen McDowell

Padraic McMeel

Beth Messer

Brenda O’Connell

Taiwo Onatolu

Administrative Assistant

Laree Moore

Alik Musukuma Head Coach, Cross Country

Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Dan Raines

Fritz Rosenberg

Courtney Sanders

Terry Sauerbry

Gabby Gomez Sosa

Neal Stafford

Shannon Stanton

Associate Director, JQH Arena/HSC/PSC

Assistant Director, ACIA

Head Coach, Field Hockey

Assistant Coach, Volleyball

Head Coach, Men’s Golf

Assistant A.D., External Affairs

Robin Meeks

Associate Head Coach, Women’s Basketball

Joan Newman

Assistant Coach, Football

Athletics Ticket Manager

Coordinator of Sales and Assistant Director, Marketing, NSM Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Cory Starr

Equipment Manager

Nyla Milleson

Head Coach, Women’s Basketball

Josh Pell

Assistant Coach, Football

Marketing Assistant, NSM

Steve Sawchak

Michael Seabolt

Jack Steck

Melissa Stokes

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Head Coach, Swimming & Diving

Assistant Coach, Men’s Soccer

Head Coach, Volleyball

Boomer Mascot

B.J. Stotser

Carly Stubblefield

Brent Thomas

Danny Weathermon

Dr. Victor Wilson

Steve Woodberry

Assistant Coach, Football

Equipment Manager

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Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball

Team Physician

Assistant Coach, Baseball

Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball

Josh Udermann

Assistant Coach, Swimming & Diving

Julie Wright

Administrative Assistant

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D.J. Vokolek

Associate Head Coach, Football

Kyle Yates

Assistant A.D., Compliance

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Missouri State University

Achievement Center (ACIA)

901 South National Avenue, Springfield, Missouri 65897

Bryan Hicks (Alabama A&M, ’92)  Associate A.D. for Student-Athlete Development Dan Raines (Northwestern, ’98)  Assistant Director Marcus Brown (Indiana, ’09)  Academic Advisor Kendra Lewis (Missouri S&T, ’09)  Assistant Academic Advisor Ryan Florence (William Jewell, ’10)  Graduate Assistant Joan Newman  Administrative Assistant

(417) Name (alma mater, class) Position Building Phone

(FORA -- 836-6829)

Athletic Medical and Rehabilitation Services (FORA -- 836-5461)

Jim Penkalski (Kent St., ’87)  Director Robin Meeks (Memphis, ’79)  Assistant Director Shannon Derricks (West Virginia, ’93)  Assistant Athletic Trainer Tyler Landgraf (Iowa St., ’00)  Assistant Athletic Trainer Amy Luke (Missouri St., ’06)  Assistant Athletic Trainer Steve Sawchak (Missouri St., ’90)  Assistant Athletic Trainer Mitch Hauschildt (South Dakota, ’00)  Rehabilitation/Performance Coordinator Suzie Anzalone (Missouri St., ’10)  Intern Andilynn Beadles (Kansas, ’08)  Intern Clay Holman (Oklahoma State ’10)  Intern Kristin Paloncy (North Central College, ’03)  Intern Becky Grant  Administrative Assistant

Athletics Communications (HAMC -- 836-5402)

Rick Kindhart (Missouri St., ’91)  Assistant A.D. for Communications Ben Adamson (Oklahoma St., ’05)  Assistant Director Tim Bohn (Northern Illinois, ’06)  Assistant Director-Web and New Media Eric Doennig (Missouri, ’00)  Assistant Director Kevin Kane (UNI, ’84)  Assistant Ashlee Russell (Missouri Southern, ’10)  Graduate Assistant Adam Samson (Kansas, ’10)  Graduate Assistant

External Affairs (ALUM -- 836-4143)

Padraic McMeel (Central Michigan, ’94) Assistant A.D. for External Affairs Mary-Bec Gwyn (Kentucky, ’01) NSM General Manager Art Hains (SMU, ’76) University Marketing Specialist Beth Messer (Florida St., ’07) NSM Coordinator of Sales & Marketing Josh Pell (Missouri St., ’11) NSM Marketing Assistant Gina Gonzales (Missouri St., ’11) Graduate Assistant Brandt Shields (College of Mt. St. Joseph, ’11) Graduate Assistant Julie Wright Administrative Assistant

Fax Numbers

Director of Athletics Athletics-Forsythe Athletics-Hammons Athletics Communications

836-6344 836-8475 836-8382 836-4868

Intercollegiate Athletics Administration

Kyle Moats (SIU Edwardsville, ’88)   Brenda Espy   Lois Goldade Tiffany Akre (Missouri St., ’97)  Casey Comoroski (St. Bonaventure, ’94)   Helen McDowell  Bryan Hicks (Alabama A&M, ’92) Rick Kindhart (Missouri St., ’91) Padraic McMeel (Central Michigan, ’94)  Kyle Yates (Texas A&M, ’04)

Director of Athletics Executive Assistant to Athletics Director Administrative Assistant Associate Director of Athletics for Business Administration Associate Director of Athletics/SWA Administrative Assistant Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Development Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications Assistant Director of Athletics for External Affairs Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance

Coaches and Support Staff

Keith Guttin (Missouri-St. Louis, ’78)  Brent Thomas (Missouri St., ’82)  Paul Evans (Southern Illinois, ’81) Paul Lusk (Southern Illinois, ’95) Patrick Baldwin (Northwestern, ’94)  Steve Woodberry (Kansas, ’94)  Kyle Smithpeters (Southern Illinois, ’06)  Trevyor Fisher (Missouri St., ’05)   Brenda Essary Nyla Milleson (Kansas St., ’85)  Trish Marsh (Missouri S&T, ’92)  Carly Stubblefield (Missouri St., ’02) Bethany Creed (Drury, ’06)  Jerise Freeman (Pacific, ’07)   Terrie Coulter Gabby Gomez Sosa (Missouri St., ’05)  Erika Dombkowski (Oneonta St. College, ’10) Terry Allen (UNI, ’79)  D.J. Vokolek (Nebraska-Kearney, ’92)  Rob Christophel (Austin Peay, ’84) Wayne Chambers (Oklahoma, ’07) Mike Chandler (Kansas, ’00) Sean Coughlin (Drake, ’01)  Gerald Davis (Missouri St., ’08) Bob Montgomery (Iowa St., ’04)  Taiwo Onatolu (Nebraska-Omaha, ’06) Courtney Sanders (Arkansas, ’02) B.J. Stotser (UNI, ’05) Neal Stafford (Missouri, ’02) Kevin Kane (UNI, ’84) Jon Leamy (Roanoke, ’82)  Mike Seabolt (West Texas A&M, ’00) Ger Coppinger (Missouri Baptist, ’11) Rob Brewer (Lynchburg, ’77)  Drew Fitzgerald (Texas A&M, ’01) Holly Hesse (Creighton, ’82)  Sue Frederick (Creighton, ’89)  Beth Perine (Ohio St., ’82) Jack Steck (Indiana St., ’65)  David Collins (Drury, ’05)  Jim Huelskamp (Nebraska, ’89)  Josh Udermann (Missouri St., ’09) Ronald Boyce (Murray St., ’89)  Alick Musukuma (Oklahoma Baptist, ’96)  Brent Hobbs (Clemson, ’05) Melissa Stokes (San Diego St., ’91)  Jeni Jones (Florida, ’99)  Fritz Rosenberg (Ball St., ’08)

Head Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Head Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Director of Basketball Operations Men’s Basketball Administrative Assistant Head Women’s Basketball Coach Associate Head Women’s Basketball Coach Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Director of Women’s Basketball Operations Women’s Basketball Administrative Assistant Head Field Hockey Coach Assistant Field Hockey Coach Head Football Coach Associate Head Football Coach-Defensive Coordinator Assistant Football Coach-Offensive Coordinator Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Football Coach Head Men’s Golf Coach Head Women’s Golf Coach Head Men’s Soccer Coach Associate Head Men’s Soccer Coach Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Head Women’s Soccer Coach Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Head Softball Coach Associate Head Softball Coach Associate Head Softball Coach Head Men’s/Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach Associate Head Men’s/Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach Men’s/Women’s Diving Coach Assistant Men’s/Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach Director of Track & Field/Cross Country Assistant Track & Field/Head Cross Country Coach Assistant Track & Field Coach Head Volleyball Coach Associate Head Volleyball Coach Assistant Volleyball Coach

Terry Sauerbry (Maryland, ’98)  Jeremiah Frey (Central College, ’04) Cory Starr (Kansas, ’01) Danny Weathermon Shannon Stanton (Missouri St., ’92) Randy Blackwood (Missouri St., ’80) Keith Boaz (Missouri St., ’00)  Laree Moore (Missouri St., ’88)    Brenda O’Connell

Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Men’s Equipment Manager Women’s Equipment Manager Athletics Ticket Manager Executive Director Athletic & Entertainment Facilities Director, Hammons/Plaster/JQH Arena Associate Director, Hammons/Plaster/JQH Arena Hammons Student Center Administrative Assistant

Facility and Support Staff

HAMC HAMC FORA HAMC HAMC HAMC FORA HAMC ALUM FORA

836-5244 836-5244 836-5242 836-5244 836-5246 836-5242 836-5409 836-4585 836-4143 836-6829

FORA FORA FORA HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA FORA HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC HAMC FORA FORA FORA HAMC HAMC HAMC

836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-5250 836-5250 836-5250 836-5250 836-5250 836-5250 836-4136 836-4136 836-4136 836-4136 836-4136 836-4136 836-5242 836-5242 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5343 836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-8384 836-8384 836-8384 836-5466 836-5466 836-5466 836-5466 836-5242 836-5242 836-5242 836-8384 836-8384 836-8384

PLAS PLAS FORA HAMC HAMC HHPA HAMC HAMC HAMC

836-6910 836-6910 836-5430 836-5056 836-7678 836-6776 836-5240 836-5240 836-5240

Building indicators: HAMC - Hammons Student Center; PLAS - Plaster Sports Complex; ALUM - Alumni Center; FORA - Forsythe Athletics Center; HHPA - Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts

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Missouri State Women’s Soccer Booster List The purpose of Friends of Bear Soccer is to encourage support of the MSU women’s soccer team through The Bears Fund. The support provided by the Friends of Bear Soccer will enhance the opportunity for the student-athletes and coaching staff to accomplish their goals of developing MSU women’s soccer into a nationally-competitive Division I program and promoting the growth and development of soccer in the southwest Missouri area for girls and women of all ages. For more information, contact head coach Rob Brewer at (417) 836-6654. Thank You to these Women’s Soccer Boosters

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LTC William Charles Allen Marian Anderson Rayanna L Anderson Lynn M Arthur Scott Bailes Jeffrey M Bauer Jennifer N. Beal Mike D Beebe Bernadette Blume Gregory F Boone Kelly D Bowler Kirk Bowman William A Bultas Ann Dobkins Butler Geoffrey H Butler Tammy A. Caldwell Ann Cashel Vernon F Cashel Charles C Cassady Howard Cavner Neil Chanter Dr James R Cook Loren Cook II Marci Cradick M Forbes Cross Jill C DeCarlo Drew Dement Barbara J Dobkins Verlin O Dobkins Linda E Dollar Dr Jose M Dominguez Michelle Fitzgerald Jeffrey Freeman Thomas G Freeman Stacy L Garner Steve B. Garner Dr Brian D Greene Dr Mehrdad Haghayeghi

Cheryl L Haines Britt Hamlin Glenn L Hatz Randy Hawkins Rick J Heck Ronald J Hercules Brent Hood Dr Harry L Hom Jr Richard C Howell Kathy Hymer Philip W Hymer Laurie H Jones Lori Kalogerou Troy E Kennedy Cari Koster Mark F. Lassman-Eul Gerald R Lee Linsin & Associates Mary E Litvan Timothy J Loudis Dr Robert O Lunn Dr J Charles Mace Harold L Marlin Marvin’s Floral Plus Jim T McBride Steve McGrath Tricia McGrath Dr Thomas J Meyer Larry D Miley Millwood Country Club Dr Thomas C Moffe Ameal J Nassif G R Nassif Rick Neal William A Nesbitt Newman Law Firm Northside Athletic Club Kathleen O’Connor

Vic & Sheila Ortega Audrey Osmundson Mark K Osmundson William C Parsons John T Piatchek Betty E Picquet Larry C Poague Robert M Radinsky Jon R Reppell Dr Russell G Rhodes Alicia Riley Jack D Robinson Margaret Rockelman Becky L Rooker Bruce R Rooker Anthony A Schultz Wayne A Schultz Annette Smits Harry L Smits Finch Sprouse St Michael’s Sports Bar and Grille Christy Stewart Melissa Stokes David R Stormo Thomas Strong Subway John M Sweeney Sara K Sweeney Jo Tarver Wayne Thompson Ronald W Toellner Joseph P Tonkinson Rick Washburn Lyall L Watson Carl T Williams Brad C Willie Dr Mary Jo Wynn Ellen M Yank

Women’s Soccer Missouri State University


Jessica Teahan 2010 All-MVC 1st Team

Nia Williams 2010 All-MVC 2nd Team

Grace Cross 2010 All-MVC 2nd Team

Michelle Sommer 2010 MVC Scholar-Athlete Hon. Mention


2011 BEARS WOMEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE August 13 15 19 21 26 28

Jeslynne McGrath

Maroon & White# (Exh.) Central Missouri# (Exh.) UALR UAPB Tennessee Martin Vanderbilt

7:30 7:30 7:00 1:00 4:00 1:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

September 2 Kansas 4 Oklahoma 6 Arkansas 9 Tulsa 11 Oral Roberts# 16 UMKC 23 Indiana State* 25 Saint Louis 30 Illinois State*

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

October 7 9 15 22 28

7:00 1:00 4:30 7:00 7:00

Drake* SIU Edwardsville Creighton* UNI* Evansville*

November 4 - 6 State Farm MVC Tournament#

Logan Bisbee

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

TBA

Home Games (bold) at Plaster Field or # Match played at Cooper Field 1, Springfield, Mo. *Missouri Valley Conference games Times listed are Springfield times and are subject to change

Missouri Statee Women’s Soccer

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2011 Missouri State Women's Soccer Guide  

The 2011 Missouri State women's soccer guide is a comprehensive and informative guide to the current Bears and the history of the program.

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