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MURRAY STATE

SOCCER

2010 Media Guide


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Olivia Hemme

Tara Isbell

Ashley Fraser

Laken Dirkes

Maja Nordahl

(So.) Louisville, Ky.

(Sr.) Mayfield, Ky.

(So.) Dallas, Texas

(Sr.) Benton, Ky.

(Jr.) Oslo, Norway

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Rachel Wright

Sophie Hargreaves

Shauna Wicker

Rebecca Shultz

Jenelle Cunningham

(Jr.) Normal, Ill.

(Jr.) Leeds, England

(Fr.) Murray, Ky.

(Sr.) Ft. Campbell, Ky.

(So.) Port of Spain, Trinidad

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Danielle McMurray

Jillian Russell

Kalli McCoy

(So.) Germantown, Tenn.

(Fr.) Independence, Ky.

(Sr.) Benton, Ky.

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Veronika Pribyslavska Charlotte Trondsen

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(Jr.) Prague, Czech Republic

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(Fr.) Oslo, Norway

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Hanna Moellerstad

Gina Killion

Katie Wilson

Audrey Wilson

Rachel Longley

(Fr.) Oslo, Norway

(So.) Fort Wayne, Ind.

(Sr.) Fort Wayne, Ind.

(Sr.) Garland, Texas.

(Sr.) Middlesbrough, England.

24 Nastazia Christodoulou (Fr.) Limassol, Cyprus


2010 Murray State Soccer General Information •Location ........................................................................................................... Murray, Ky. •Founded ....................................................................................................................1922 •Enrollment .............................................................................................................10,078 •Nickname ............................................................................................................. Racers •Colors ....................................................................................................... Navy and Gold •Conference .....................................................................................................Ohio Valley •Affiliation ..................................................................................................NCAA Division I •President ................................................................................................ Dr. Randy Dunn •Faculty Representative .......................................................................... Dr. Dave Gesler •Director of Athletics ........................................................................................ Allen Ward •Associate AD/Internal Operations ..................................................................... Matt Kelly •Associate AD/External Affairs ........................................................................... Paul Bubb •Assistant AD/Media Relations ...................................................................... Dave Winder •Assistant AD/Compliance ............................................................................. Steve Harrell •Assistant AD/Facilities ....................................................................................Mike Thieke •Athletic Ticket Manager ............................................................................. Susan Darnell •Head Athletic Trainer ........................................................................................Alan Lollar

Women’s Soccer Coaching Information Head Coach ...........................................................................................................Beth Acreman Season ....................................................................................................................... 5th Alma Mater ...................................................................................................... Barton ‘99 Office Phone ..............................................................................................................(270) 809-3136 E-Mail Address ...............................................................................beth.acreman@murraystate.edu Assistant Coach .......................................................................................Jeremy Iwaszkowiec Season ......................................................................................................................2nd Alma Mater ..................................................................................................Clemson ‘99 Office Phone ............................................................................................................. (270) 809-7041 E-Mail Address ............................................................................... jiwaszkowiec@murraystate.edu Assistant Coach .....................................................................................................Claire Ward Season .......................................................................................................................3rd Alma Mater ................................................................................... Middle Tennessee ‘06 Office Phone ............................................................................................................. (270) 809-3136 E-Mail Address ...................................................................................claire.ward@murraystate.edu

Table Of Contents 1 ...........................................................................2010 Murray State Radio-TV Roster 2 ........................................... General Information, Phone Directory, Table of Contents 3 ........................................................................2010 Murray State Roster & Schedule 4 ............................................................................................... Lake Dirkes, Tara Isbell 5 .......................................................................................Rachel Longley, Kalli McCoy 6 .................................................................................. Rebecca Shultz, Audrey Wilson 7 ................................................................................Katie Wilson, Sophie Hargreaves 8 ............................................................................... Danielle McMurray, Maja Nordahl 9 .......................................................................Veronika Prinyslavaska, Rachel Wright 10 .............................. Jenelle Cunningham, Olivia Hemme, Ashley Fraser, Gina Killion 10 ..............................................................Mastazia Christodoulou, Hanna Moellerstad 11 ...................................................Jillian Russell, Charlotte Trondsen, Shauna Wicker 12-13....................................................................................................Meet the Racers 14 ........................................................................................Head Coach Beth Acreman 15 ............................................................................ Assistant Coaches & Support Staff 16 ............................................................................................... 2010 OVC Champions 17 ...............................................................................................2009 Season Statistics 18-19...........................................................................................MSU Career Statistics 20 .........................................................................................2009 Ohio Valley Statistics 21 .............................................................................................................. Cutchin Field 21 .........................................................................................Ohio Valley Soccer History 22-23......................................................................... Racer Individual & Team Records 24-25...........................................................................Racer Individual & Team Honors 26-27..........................................................................................Racer All-Time Results

Visit the MSU Soccer web site at www.goracers.com The Racer Soccer guide was published by the MSU Athletics Media Relations Department. It was written and designed by Dave Winder. Action photos were taken by Michael Dann, Jack Cecil, Fred Mullane, and Dave Winder. Lance Allison took the portrait photos and Teri LaJeunesse took the cover photo.

Media Relations Contact Information •Ryan Haage, Media Relations Intern (270) 809-7051 Soccer Contact ............................................................................... (270) 563-260-7484 Cell e-mail: TBA •Dave Winder, Asst. AD for Media Relations .................................................(270) 809-4271 ............................................................................................................... (270) 293-0566 Cell e-mail: dave.winder@murraystate.edu •John Brush, Assistant Director ..................................................................... (270) 809-7044 e-mail: john.brush@murraystate.edu •Teri LaJeunesse, Assistant Director ............................................................. (270) 809-3351 e-mail: teri.lajeunesse@murraystate.edu •Fax ............................................................................................................... (270) 809-6814

Phone Directory

Murray State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or marital status in admission to educational programs and activities, or employment practices in accordance with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, and ADA Act. For more information contact Sabrina Dial, Director of Equal Opportunity, Murray State University, 103 Wells Hall, Murray, KY 42071-3318. Telephone (270) 809-3155 (Voice) and (270) 809-3361 (TDD).

(Area Code 270) • Allen Ward, Director of Athletics ..........................................................................809-6800 • Matt Kelly, Assoc. AD/Internal Operations. ..........................................................809-4424 • Paul Bubb, Assoc. AD/External Affairs ................................................................809-3369 • Dave Winder, Asst. AD/Media Relations.......................... ...................................809-4271 • Steve Harrell, Asst. AD/Compliance ....................................................................809-3430 • Mike Thieke, Asst. AD/Facilities ..........................................................................809-7035 • Crystal Morrow, Administrative Asst. ...................................................................809-6800 • Janet Futrell, Business Manager .........................................................................809-4271 • Susan Darnell, Ticket Manager ...........................................................................809-4895 • Kyle McClure, Promotions. ..................................................................................809-3517 • Dr. Dave Gesler, Faculty Representative. ...........................................................809-3174 • Alan Lollar, Head Athletic Trainer ........................................................................809-6858


2010 MSU Roster & Schedule No Player

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0 Olivia Hemme GK SO-1L 5-9 Louisville, Ky. (Assumption) 1 Tara Isbell GK SR-3L 5-10 Mayfield. Ky. (Mayfield) 2 Ashley Fraser M SO-1L 5-4 Dallas, Texas (Tulsa University) 3 Laken Dirkes M/F SR-3L 5-6 Benton, Ky. (Marshall County) 4 Maja Nordahl D JR-2L 5-7 Oslo, Norway (Norwegian) 5 Rachel Wright M/F JR-2L 5-9 Normal, Ill. (Normal West) 6 Sophie Hargreaves D/M JR-2L 5-9 Leeds, England (Boston Spa) 7 Shauna Wicker M/F FR-HS 5-7 Almo, Ky. (Calloway County) 8 Rebecca Shultz D/M SR-3L 5-6 Fort Campbell, Ky. (Fort Campbell) 9 Jenelle Cunningham D SO-1L 5-7 Port of Spain, Trinidad (Victory Christian) 10 Danielle McMurray M/F SO-1L 5-4 Germantown, Tenn. (Houston) 11 Jillian Russell M FR-HS 5-8 Independence, Ky. (Simon Kenton) 13 Kalli McCoy F SR-3L 5-9 Benton, Ky. (Marshall County) 14 Veronika Pribyslavska D JR-2L 5-9 Prague, Czech Republic (Vaslim Business) 15 Charlotte Trondsen D FR-HS 5-8 Oslo, Norway (Bjerke) 16 Hanna Moellerstad M/F FR-HS 5-10 Oslo, Norway (Norwegian) 18 Gina Killion D/M SO-1L 6-0 Fort Wayne, Ind. (Fort Wayne) 20 Katie Wilson M/F SR-3L 5-6 Fort Wayne, Ind. (Canterbury) 21 Audrey Wilson D SR-3L 5-7 Garland, Texas (Sachse) 23 Rachel Longley D SR-2L 5-8 Middlesbrough, England (Christian Bro. Univ.) 24 Nastazia Christodoulou D/M FR-HS 5-5 Limassol, Cyprus (Saint Nicholas) Head Coach: Beth Acreman (Barton College, 1999), 5th Season at MSU Assistant Coach: Jeremy Iwaszkowiec (Clemson, 1999), 2nd season at MSU Assistant Coach: Claire Ward (Middle Tennessee, 2006), 3rd Season at MSU AUGUST 14 Alumni Game H 20 Bellarmine A 22 Saint Louis A 2010 Racer Classic 27 South Florida H SE Missouri vs Alabama A&M 29 South Florida vs SE Missouri Alabama A&M H SEPTEMBER 3 Tulsa A 5 Oklahoma State A 10 IPFW H 12 SIU Edwardsville A 17 Louisiana Tech H 19 Western Michigan H 24 ^Eastern Kentucky A 26 ^Morehead State A

3:00p Cutchin Field 3:00p Louisville, Ky. 1:00p St. Louis, Mo. 2:00p 4:30p Noon 2:30p 7:35p 1:00p 3:00p 1:00p 3:00p 11:00a 3:00p 12:00p

Cutchin Field Cutchin Field Cutchin Field Cutchin Field Tulsa, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Cutchin Field Edwardsville, Ill. Cutchin Field Cutchin Field Richmond, Ky. Morehead, Ky.

OCTOBER 1 ^Austin Peay 3 ^Jacksonville State 6 Evansville 10 ^Tennessee Tech 17 ^UT Martin 22 ^SE Missouri 24 ^Eastern Illinois

H H A H A H A

3:00p 1:00p 7:00p 1:00p 1:00p 3:00p 1:00p

NOVEMBER 2010 Ohio Valley Championship 4 Quarterfinals TBA TBA 6 Semifinals TBA TBA 7 Championship TBA TBA 2010 NCAA Championships 13 1st Round TBA TBA ^ - OVC Game

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Cutchin Field Cutchin Field Evansville, Ind. Cutchin Field Martin, Tenn. Cutchin Field Charleston, Ill.

Conference Champ Conference Champ Conference Champ TBA

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Tara Isbell

Laken Dirkes

Senior • GK • 5-11 Mayfield, Ky.

Senior • M/F • 5-6 Benton, Ky.

2009: Appeared in 20 games with six starts … Played 595 minutes … Scored three goals - two against Alabama A&M (Sep. 4) and against UMKC (Sep. 13) … Had 12 shots on goal for the season … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors and OVC Medal of Honor award. 2008: Appeared in eight matches … Scored two goals … Scored against Jacksonville State (Oct. 10) and Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 19) … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and MSU Dean’s List. 2007: Appeared in 16 matches with one start ... Logged 527 minutes and scored two goals on 16 shots ... Scored both goals in the Racer win over Bacone (Sep. 16). Before MSU: Was a Kentucky Region-I First Team selection and MVP three times at Marshall County HS ... Named Kentucky All-State during the same three seasons ... Team won region-I title six straight times ... Was a Kentucky State champion in 100-meter hurdles three times ... A lettered in basketball ... Club teams - Kentucky 88’s and Louisville Soccer Alliance. Personal: Born Nov. 11, 1988, the daughter of David Dirkes and Greg and Johnna Black ... Majoring in learning and behavioral disorders ... Played with MSU teammate Kalli McCoy at Marshall County HS.

2009: Appeared in 13 games with 12 starts … led the team with 1,104 minutes in goal with six shutouts … Ranked fourth in the OVC in goals against average at 0.98 per game … Earned OVC All-Tournament honors after she anchored three MSU shutouts as MSU won the title … Named OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 27) … Begins senior season as the career leader at MSU in minutes in goal (4457:36), goals against average (1.05) and most wins (27). 2008: One of three that started alll 20 games for MSU ... Covered every minute in goal … Earned OVC Defensive Player of the Year and All-OVC First Team honors ... Played in a single season record 1875:46 minutes and Bested her 07 record with a goals-against average of 0.91 … Had eight shutouts and 12 wins, each team records … Made 11 saves against Alabama A&M (Oct. 12) … Named to MSU Dean’s List. 2007: Named to the All-OVC Newcomer Team ... Appeared in 17 matches with 11 starts, and ended the season with a MSU single-season record 1,477 minutes in goal and nine wins ... Ranked fourth in OVC with a goals-against average of 1.28 per game, a MSU record ... Recorded 52 saves … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Before MSU: Transferred from the University of Louisville where she sat out the 2006 season ... At Mayfield HS, was the Kentucky Region-I MVP ... Earned Kentucky First Team All-State honors as a senior ... Was a Governor’s Scholar ... Club team – West Kentucky Football Club. Personal: Born Nov. 9, 1987, daughter Lisa Isbell and Bob and Kim Isbell ... Majoring in biology/ pre-med.

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Kalli McCoy

Rachel Longley

Senior • F • 5-9 Benton, Ky.

Senior • D • 5-8 Middlesbrough, England

2009: Appeared in 21 games with one start … Played 819 minutes … Scored a goal against Tennessee Tech (Sep. 27) … Had nine shots on goal for the season … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors.

2009: Appeared in 21 games with 12 starts … Played 761 minutes on the season … Led the team with six goals and ranked 10th in the OVC with 0.67 points per game and sixth in goals per game with 0.29 … Scored a pair of goals against Alabama A&M (Sep. 4) … Had the game winning goal in MSU wins over Evansville (Oct. 25) and SE Missouri (Oct. 29) … Was second on the team with 14 points … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors.

2008: Appeared in 11 matches and made six starts ... Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and MSU Dean’s List. Before MSU: Started all 18 matches during her freshman year as a defender at Christian Brothers University ... Scored two goals and recorded eight assists ... Club team - Middlesbrough FC ... Received the Sports Personality of the Year award from the Center of Exellence ... Also played at Eaglescliff HS.

2008: Appeared in 19 matches and made seven starts … Scored five goals, added two assists, and totaled 12 points – fourth-best on the team and ninth in the OVC … Had a pair of goals against Mississippi Valley State (Aug. 29) … Took 26 shots with 12 on goal for a percentage of .462 … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Named to MSU Dean’s List.

Personal: Born Sep. 25, 1988, daughter of Kevin Waterson and Shiela Walker ... Majoring in psychology.

2007: Appeared in 15 matches in her freshman season ... Scored her first career collegiate goal against Lipscomb (Sep. 2) ... Recorded four goals on 14 shots ... Scored the game winning goal in MSU’s 1-0 win over Eastern Illinois (Oct. 21). Before MSU: McCoy was a four-year letterman at Marshall County HS and teammate of MSU’s Laken Dirkes ... As a sophomore she earned Kentucky First Team Region-I and Kentucky All-State Honorable Mention honors ... As a senior she was Second Team Region-I and team captain ... McCoy was named team offensive MVP ... Her team at Marshall County won six straight Kentucky Region-I titles ... Club team – West Kentucky Football Club. Personal: Born March 21, 1989, the daughter of Dean and Mitzi McCoy ... Majoring in middle school education and english.

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Audrey Wilson

Rebecca Shultz

Senior • D • 5-7 Garland, Texas

Senior • D/M • 5-6 Fort Campbell, Ky.

2009: Appeared in 14 games with four starts … Played 760 minutes in the season … Scored a goal in MSU’s OVC Tournament championship win over Tennessee Tech (Nov. 8) … Had six shots on goal during the season. 2008: Appeared in 11 matches making two starts … Scored a goal (Oct. 10) against Jacksonville State … Added an assist (Oct. 19) against Eastern Kentucky … Took 12 shots with five on goal … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Named to MSU Dean’s List. 2007: Appeared in five matches and made one start ... Scored three goals on four shots ... First collegiate goal against Bacone (Sep. 2) turned into a hat trick when she scored three on the day ... Was named the MSU-Pepsi Athlete of the Week after the three-goal outburst (Sep. 17) … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Before MSU: Shultz was named Fort Campbell HS MVP four straight seasons from 2002-06 and team captain in three seasons ... Named Kentucky Region-II First Team three times and was a member of the Kentucky ODP ... Led her team in goals and assists four seasons ... Also earned Kentucky All-State honors in track and cross country, and was named to the list of Kentucky Runners of the Year in 2006 ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Club team – Nike Impact. Personal: Born Dec. 14, 1988, the daughter of Michael and Linda Shultz ... Majoring in nursing ... Brother Brian played soccer at the University of Tampa and sister Emily was a member of the soccer team at Cumberland University.

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2009: Appeared in all 22 games for MSU and made 22 starts … Played 1,931 minutes … Was named to the OVC All-Tournament team after anchoring the MSU defense in three shutout games … Had one assist in 2009 against Tennessee Tech (Sep. 27) … Had eight shots on goal during the season … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors. 2008: Started 19 MSU matches … Had two assists with one each against Jacksonville State (Oct. 10) and Tennessee Tech (Oct. 26) … Had a shots on goal percentage .588 … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and MSU Dean’s List. 2007: Appeared in six matches during freshman season ... Scored one goal and one assist against Bacone (Sep. 2) … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Before MSU: Was a two-time Texas First Team All-District-11 selection as a sophomore and junior and named defensive MVP in 2003 and team captain twice ... Lettered at Sachse HS four years and her team advanced to the region championship in 2006 ... Member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club and was a four time academic honor student ... Five-year captain of her club team – North Texas Strikers 90. Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1989, the daughter of Lyndon and Teresa Wilson ... Majoring in public relations

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Sophie Hargreaves

Katie Wilson

Junior • MF • 5-9 Leeds, England

Senior • M/F • 5-6 Fort Wayne, Ind.

2009: Appeared in 21 games and made 20 starts … Played 1,431 minutes … Scored two goals with the first coming against Alabama A&M (Sep. 4) and the other against UMKC (Sep. 13) … had seven shots on goal during the season … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors. 2008: Appeared in 17 matches while making 15 starts … Earned All-OVC First Team honors … Scored five goals which ranked eighth in the OVC with 0.29 per game … Tied for the team lead with three gamewinning goals, which ranked third in the league …Took 52 shots (sixth-best in the OVC) and put 23 on goal … Had a streak of three straight games with a goal against Marshall (Sep. 19), Southeast Missouri (Sep. 26), and Eastern Illinois (Sep. 28) … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and MSU Dean’s List. 2007: Appeared in 18 matches with 10 starts ... Scored first collegiate goal and game winner against Christian Brothers (Sep. 14) ... Had a two-goal game against Southeast Missouri (Oct. 19) ... Had five goals on 35 shots ... Also had one assist ... Scored the game-winning goal against Florida International on (Sep. 21) … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Before MSU: Named Canterbury HS MVP in 2003 and 2006 ... Also selected to the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association All-State First Team ... Was named to the Super Y Midwest All-Region Team and to the NSCAA/Adidas All-Region Scholar team ... Club team – Fort Wayne Fever. Personal: Born Jan. 11, 1988, the daughter of Jerry and Connie Wilson ... Majoring in exercise science & wellness ... Her brother P.J. is a senior in the soccer program at the University of New Mexico.

2009: Appeared in all 22 games with 22 starts … Played 1,900 minutes … Second on the team with five goals … Had a pair of goals against Eastern Illinois (Oct. 11) … Also scored against Southern Utah (Sep. 20) … Named OVC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 13) … Was named the MVP of the OVC Tournament … Had 13 shots on goal for the season … Was second on the team with 14 points … Named to All-OVC First Team … Starts her senior season ranked fifth all-time at MSU with 112 shots … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors. 2008: One of only three MSU players to start all 20 matches … Earned All-OVC Second Team honors … Led the OVC with 70 shots and in shots per game at 3.5 … Tied for the team lead and fourth in the OVC with six goals … Scored a pair of goals against Mississippi Valley State (Aug. 29) … Added a pair of assists in the Racers’ win over Louisiana-Monroe (Sep. 14) … Scored game-winning goals three times, which was third-best in the OVC … Had 24 shots on goal for a shot percentage of .343. Before MSU: Native of Leeds, England ... Member of the West Yorkshire Schools and Boston Spa Sports College squads ... Attended a number of England National Team training camps ... Club team - Leeds United Ladies in the English Premier League. Personal: Born Sep. 9, 1989, daughter of Stephen and Jill Hargreaves ... Majoring in health & physcial education.

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Maja Nordahl

Danielle McMurray

Junior • D • 5-7 Oslo, Norway

Sophomore • F/M • 5-4 Houston, Tenn.

2009: Appeared in 21 games with 21 starts … Played 1,616 minutes … Second on the team with five goals … Scored in three straight games starting with Jacksonville State (Sep. 25) Tennessee Tech (Sep. 27) and IUPUI (Sep. 29) … Was named OVC Offensive Player of the Week (Sep. 29) … Had a teambest five assists and 15 points … Had 19 shots on goal for the season … Ranked eighth in the OVC with 0.71 points per game and sixth in assists per game with 0.24 … Was Co-OVC Freshman of the Year … Named to the All-OVC Newcomer Team, All-OVC Second Team … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors. 2008: Did not play because of injury … Sat out the season as a redshirt … Named to MSU Dean’s List. Before MSU: Played at 2004 Tennessee state champion Houston HS ... Named to the NSCAA All-South Region Team ... Earned Tennessee All-State honors twice and played for the Tennessee Olympic Development program ... Was also nominated for the Tennessee “Best of Preps” award for four years and was a finalist in 2007 ... Club team - Memphis Fury.

2009: Appeared in 21 games with 20 starts …Played in 1,670 minutes … Was a big part of the MSU defense … Scored a goal against Jacksonville State (Sep. 25) and also had an assist in the MSU win … Named OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sep. 29). 2008: Appeared in 17 matches with 15 starts on the Racers’ defense … Helped MSU get a school record eight shutouts … Played on an MSU defense that had nine matches in which they held the opponent to singledigit shots on goal. Before MSU: Played at the National College of Elite Sport in Oslo, Norway … Competed for Liugen in the Norwegian (1st Division) League … Her team won the “Score at the Shore” Tournament in 2006 during a visit to the U.S.A. Personal: Born May 9, 1988, daughter of Morten Staubo … Majoring in international business.

Personal: Born April 30, 1990, daughter of Patty McMurray ... Majoring in exercise science & pre-physical therapy.

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Rachel Wright

Veronika Pribyslavska Junior • D • 5-9 Prague, Czech Republic

Junior • F/MF • 5-9 Normal, Ill.

2009: Appeared in 17 games with 16 starts … Played 1,352 minutes … Scored a goal against Austin Peay (Oct. 23) and assisted on a goal against Eastern Illinois (Oct. 11) … Had six shots on goal for the season … Named to the All-OVC First Team … Was named OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 27). 2008: Appeared in 16 matches with 15 starts on the Racer defense … Had an outstanding freshman season by earning OVC All-Newcomer honors … Scored two goals … Had a goal against Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 19) and Tennessee Tech (Oct. 26) … Her goal against TTU was the game winner … Attempted 30 shots with 13 on goal for a shot percentage of .433 … Earned OVC Player of the Week honors twice (Sep. 23 & Nov. 4) … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Named to MSU Dean’s List. Before MSU: Was a team member of both the Senior Czech National team and U19 Czech team ... She also played for SK Slavia Praha in the Czech Republic (1st Division) League and was a member of the European Championships qualifying squad in the Spring 2008. Personal: Born Feb. 9, 1988, Daughter of Petr and Pavlina Pribyslavska … Majoring in exercise science & pre-physcial therapy.

2009: Appeared in 20 games with two starts … Played 739 minutes … Scored two goals with the first coming against SIUE (Nov. 1) and the other in a Racer OVC Tournament championship game win over Tennessee Tech (Nov. 8) … Had three assists in the season and had 12 shots on goal … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors. 2008: Appeared in 18 matches with 14 starts … Had a great freshman season earning OVC All-Newcomer honors … Led the Racers in points (18) and goals (6), ranked second in the OVC in those categories … Turned in two two-goal performances against UNC Asheville (Sep. 5) and UT Martin (Oct. 5) … Had a pair of assists against Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 19) … Took 46 shots with 20 on goal for a shot percentage of .435 … Named to OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and MSU Dean’s List. Before MSU: Played at Normal West Community HS and named to the Illinois All-State team as a sophomore, junior, and senior ... Was all-conference, and all-sectional pick for three years... Club team - KUFC Cosmos ... The team won the 2008 Illinois championship and were ranked in the top-15 nationally in club teams. Personal: Born Nov. 10, 1989, daughter of Richard and Karie Wright ... Majoring in exercise science & pre-physcial therapy.

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Jenelle Cunningham

Gina Killion

Sophomore • D • 5-7 Port of Spain, Trinidad

Sophomore • D/M • 6-0 Fort Wayne, Ind.

2009: Did play in any games. 2008: Appeared in five matches with three starts before injury took her out for the rest of the season.

2009: Appeared in 21 games with 21 starts … Played 1,503 minutes … Was part of an outstanding defensive effort for the Racers in the OVC Tournament where MSU won the event with three straight shutouts … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors.

Before MSU: Played for the Trinidad and Tobago Senior National Team and U21 squad ... She has been a teammate of former Racer Katrina Meyer ... Competed in prep soccer for Victory Christian Academy, N.Y. ... Club team - NBAA Strikers and Real Demension FC of Trinidad.

Before MSU: She was captain for Bishop Dwenger High School ... Her team won the 2006 Indiana High School State Championship ... She also played for the 2007 and 2009 Indiana state champion Fort Wayne Fever club team and was named Indiana All-State Third Team ... earned ICGSA Second Team honors her senior year ... Was a member of the Indiana ODP Team.

Personal: Born April 29, 1990, daughter of Marlene Cunningham ... Majoring in management.

Personal: Born Aug. 2, 1990, daughter of Jeff and Lisa Killion … Majoring in exercise science & wellness.

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Olivia Hemme

Nastazia Christodoulou

Sophomore • GK • 5-9 Louisville, Ky.

Freshman • D/M • 5-5 Limassol, Cyprus

2009: Appeared in one game with 17:38 in goal in MSU’s 1-0 win over Evansville (Oct. 25) … She made two saves … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors. Before MSU: Played for Assumption HS where she was named Kentucky First Team All-State her senior year and honorable mention her junior year ... Was twice named Cleat Cup MVP ... Was named captain of her team during her senior season ... Played club soccer for Mockingbird Valley and is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, and Honor Roll.

Before MSU: Graduated from Saint Nicholas High School ... She was a member of the Cyprus National Team for U15 and U18 ... Participiated in two seasons of the UEFA Champions League in 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 ... Also played played volleyball and basketball. Personal: Born June 21, 1991, daughter of Loucas and Mary Christodoulou … Majoring in psychology.

Personal: Born Dec. 3, 1990, daughter of Peter and Monica Hemme … Majoring in accounting.

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Ashley Fraser

Hanna Moellerstad Freshman • M/F • 5-10 Oslo, Norway

Sophomore • D • 5-4 Dallas, Texas

2009: Appeared in 11 games with one start … Scored her first career goals at MSU in the OVC Tournament leading to two wins … Named to the OVC All-Tournament team … Earned MSU Dean’s List honors.

Before MSU: Played for Norwegian College of Elite Athletes … Played for Linderud Grei club team. Personal: Born Sep. 21, 1990, daughter of Gro and Sofus Urke Moellerstad … Majoring in criminal justice.

Before MSU: Played at Creekview HS ... Member of the 2004 Texas State Champion Dallas Inter Soccer Club ... Played for D’Feeters Soccer Club ... Member of the North Texas ’90 ODP and USA Region-III ODP team, She was a USA Youth Soccer Association’s National ODP pool member ... She was a member of the Tulsa University program in 2008. Personal: Born Feb. 5, 1990, daughter of Mike and Kwan Fraser … Majoring in social work ... Her father, Mike Fraser, is a graduate of Murray State University.

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Shauna Wicker

Jillian Russell

Freshman • M/F • 5-7 Almo, Ky.

Freshman • M • 5-8 Independence, Ky.

Before MSU: Played for Simon Kenton HS … She was named All-District and All-Region Soccer in 2008 and 2009 ... Also earned a spot in the Kentucky All-Star game as a senior and was named All-Northern Kentucky Third Team ... Club Team Brasilian Strikers.

Before MSU: Played at Calloway County HS where she was an All-Region I selection … She led the Lakers in assists in her last two seasons and was named the offensive player of the year as a senior ... She had five goals and six assists in 2008 and scored 20 goals with seven assists in 2009 .... She was also a member of the Calloway basketball team ... Club Team - West Kentucky FC.

Personal: Born Aug. 19, 1992, daughter of Gene and Theresa Russell … Majoring in biology/pre-med.

Personal: Born May 27, 1992, daughter of Keith and Teresa Wicker … Majoring in middle school education.

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Charlotte Trondsen Freshman • D • 5-8 Oslo, Norway

Before MSU: Played for Bjerke HS and Linderud Grei club team. Personal: Born Mar. 5, 1990, daughter of Torvald and Hanne Trondsen … Majoring in biology.

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Laken Dirkes

Tara Isbell

Rachel Longley

Kalli McCoy

Rebecca Shultz

Audrey Wilson

Katie Wilson

Jenelle Cunningham

Veronika Pribyslavaska

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Sophie Hargreaves

Danielle McMurray

Maja Nordahl

Gina Killion

Rachel Wright

Ashley Fraser

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Head Coach Beth Acreman Beth Acreman became Murray State University’s second head women’s soccer coach April 10, 2006. The advances the program has shown in her four seasons have been a joy to watch as the Racers have been positioned to compete for the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season and tournament championship. In the last two seasons, the Racers have realized the goal of winning each under Coach Acreman. The Racers have also been picked as the favorite in the OVC Preseason Soccer Poll. BUILDING A CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM MSU Soccer is again one of the teams considered a favorite to win the OVC title in 2010. The Racers are coming off their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament last fall when they won the 2009 OVC Tournament, a season after winning the OVC regularseason title in 2008, including a school-record 12 wins. “The last two seasons have been a lot of fun. We’ve had great groups and they’ve played well,” Acreman said. “I have enjoyed coaching them, because they all take instruction very well and when we’re all going in the same direction, special things can happen and they certainly have the last two seasons with two OVC titles.” When Acreman arrived at Murray State in 2006, she quickly began setting the foundation for a championship program.

first OVC regular-season championship when they posted their first undefeated conference season at 4-0. However, the Racers lost a heartbreaking OVC Tournament semifinal game in a shoot-out to Morehead State. The pain of that loss only spurred the Racers to greater things as they returned to the 2009 OVC Tournament as the third seed. MSU buzzed through the field and won the title with wins over Eastern Kentucky (1-0), UT Martin (1-0) and Tennessee Tech (4-0), all by shutout. MSU’s 4-0 victory in the title game over TTU is an OVC Tournament record for largest margin of victory. MSU got a taste of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament when they represented the OVC in a first round game against Virginia Tech. Although MSU lost that game 2-0, the experience they gained is valuable. “Getting to the NCAA only fuels our championship mindset and that means so much not only when the season starts, but all through the year when we’re training,” Acreman said. “It has been a joy to see our student-athletes improve and see our program get to the level we’re now at.” Like any championship coach, Acreman knows a team cannot rest on its accomplishments. “The leadership we’re getting from our team is amazing; I see it every day in the work ethic they have, and when you have players wanting to win as bad as the coach, you can do great things. I am excited to see where this group can take us from here, and hopefully we’ll be able to contend for the OVC Championship again.” ACHIEVING IN THE CLASSROOM Not only has MSU Soccer achieved great things on the field in the Beth Acreman era, the Racers are also performing at a high level in the classroom.

Her first Racer squad made many improvements and finished 5-9-4, but in the 2007 season, the team jumped to a different level. Murray State’s 11-8 overall mark and 6-3 record in the OVC set a program record for most wins in a single season and tied the team mark for conference victories. Somis Sports named the Racers as the 11th most improved squad in the nation, and Soccer Buzz tabbed MSU as one of the teams to watch in 2008.

In her four seasons at MSU, Beth Acreman has produced teams that have ranked among the best in the nation. In the 2007-08 school year, the Racers reached the top when they were recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America with the best grade point average in the nation among all NCAA D-I schools. MSU’s GPA of 3.61 shared the top spot with Central Michigan University.

They were right, because in the 2008 season, the Racers exploded to a 12-5-3 record and won their

MSU Soccer had 13 student-athletes earn Dean’s List honors in the 2009-10 school year and saw Laken

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Dirkes, Nicole Evans, Olivia Hemme and Katie Wilson post a perfect 4.0 GPA. “All our student-athletes have worked hard both on and off the field, because you can’t have one without the other.” Acreman said. “Our academic achievements are just as important and our program takes academics very seriously.” MSU now has produced 125 student-athletes that have earned MSU Dean’s List honors. ACREMAN BEFORE MURRAY STATE Acreman’s accomplishments at Murray State are no surprise. She prepared for her first job as a head coach at Middle Tennessee, which proved to be an excellent training ground. During her time in Murfreesboro, Tenn., as an assistant coach, the Blue Raiders compiled a 64-48-7 record, won the 2004 Sun Belt Conference Championship and broke or tied the school record for wins in a season four times. During the same time, the Blue Raiders lost just three Sun Belt Conference matches, going a combined 17-3-5 in league games. Prior to arriving at Middle Tennessee State, Acreman completed a stint with the UK Elite Soccer Academy in New Jersey and served as the head coach at the American Community School in London. Acreman holds the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Premier Diploma, the highest coaching level of the NSCAA. In addition, she holds two NSCAA goalkeeping diplomas. She is also a head coach for the US Olympic Development program and is a course instructor for Kentucky Youth Soccer. Acreman is a native of Yateley, England and graduated from Barton College (N.C.) with a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1999. She was a team captain, three-time CVAC All-Conference performer and an AllSouth Region selection. She was a two-sport athlete

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Assistant Coaches & Support Staff Jeremy Iwaszkowiec

Claire Ward

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Coach Jeremy Iwaszkowiec begins his second season with MSU Soccer as assistant coach.

Claire Ward is in her third season with MSU Soccer after coaching for two seasons with the Fort Wayne Academy soccer program.

He grew up playing in the soccer hot-bed of St. Louis, Mo.,where he was the St. Louis Metro and Missouri State Player of the Year, Gatorade All-American, NSCAA All-American, and NSCAA Player of the Region.”

She has played in the W-League in each of the past five seasons.

Iwaszkowiec played collegiately at Clemson University, where he was a three-year starter for the nationally ranked Tigers who reached the NCAA Elite 8, twice losing to the eventual national champions.” He was drafted by the Minnesota Thunder of the USL, but chose to pursue an opportunity in business. While working as a marketing director, he coached various club and high school teams. Before coming to MSU, Jeremy was the head coach at Crichton College in Memphis, Tenn., for two seasons.

Ward played for then assistant coach Beth Acreman from 2003-05 at Middle Tennessee where she was a three-time all-conference selection in the Sun Belt Conference. As a freshman in 2003 she was the Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year and ended her career at MTSU as one of only four players in program’s history to be named all-conference three straight years. Ward started all 60 games while at the school. Ward attended Reid Kerr College in Ayr, Scotland and also played for the Scotland Junior National Team for four years. She earned a degree in physical education from Middle Tennessee in 2006.

He earned a degree in marketing at Clemson in 1999 and a master’s degree in theology from Bethel Seminary (MN) in 2006. Jeremy and his wife Shannon have a daughter, Irene (2) and a son, Isaac (8 months).

Darren Edgington

Jehan Ifawayap

Strength And Conditioning Coach

Athletic Trainer

Darren Edgington joined the Murray State program in 2008 as strength and conditioning coach after serving at the University of Mississippi since 2005.

Jehan Ifawayap is in her first season as a graduate assistant athletic trainer and will be working with the MSU Soccer program in the 2010 season.

Edgington is responsible for all strength and conditioning duties for the Racer football, baseball, soccer, volleyball and track & field teams.

She is a native of Hammond, La., and a 2010 graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University with a degree in athletic training and a minor in exercise science

From 1994-2005, Edgington served as assistant strength and conditioning coach at Middle Tennessee State. A 1997 cumlaude graduate from MTSU with a degree in wellness & fitness, Edgington earned his master’s in health, physical education, recreation, and safety from MTSU in 2000.

She was a member of the soccer program at SLU for four seasons. Jehan is working towards a master’s degree in human development and leadership at Murray State.

He is one of only 80 who have earned a master certification by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA). Edgington is a U.S. Naval submarine veteran having served from 1984-90. He is married to the former Julie Mayo.

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2009 Statistics Overall Record: 11-9-2 • Home: 4-2-1 • Away: 3-5-1 • Neutral: 4-2-0 Ohio Valley Conference Record: 5-2-1 • Home: 2-1-1 • Away: 3-1-0 Date Aug 21 Aug 30 Sep 4

Opponent Arkansas-Little Rock Vanderbilt ^Alabama A&M

H/A/N Away Away Home

W/L Lost Lost Won

Score 0-2 0-4 9-1

Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 20 Sep 25 Sep 27 Sep 29 Oct 4 Oct 11 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 23 Oct 25 Oct 29 Nov 1 Nov 5 Nov 6 Nov 8 Nov 13

#Southern Mississippi #Missouri-Kansas City Northern Arizona Southern Utah *Jacksonville State *Tennessee Tech IUPUI *UT Martin *Eastern Illinois *Morehead State *Eastern Kentucky *Austin Peay Evansville *Southeast Missouri SIU Edwardsville &Eastern Kentucky &UT Martin &Tennessee Tech %Virginia Tech

Neutral Neutral Away Away Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Away Home Home Home Neutral Neutral Neutral Away

Lost Won Lost Tie Won Won Lost Lost Won Lost Tie Won Won Won Lost Won Won Won Lost

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

* - OVC Games & - OVC Tournament, Morehead, Ky.

NAME GP-GS McCoy 21-12 McMurray 21-21 Hargreaves 22-22 Evans 21-21 Dirkes 20-6 Fraser 11-1 Wright 20-2 K. WIlson 21-20 Smith 21-11 Longley 20-1 Fioranelli 19-18 Nordahl 21-20 Shultz 14-4 Pribyslavaska 17-16 Bennett 1-0 Cox 10-2 A. Wilson 22-22 Killion 21-21 Total 22 Opponents 22 NAME Hemme Isbell Walsh Total Opponents

Min 761 1616 1900 1402 595 368 739 1431 1175 819 1600 1670 760 1352 430 430 1931 1503 -----

GP-GS 1-0 13-12 11-10 22 22

^ - Racer Classic, Murray, Ky. % - NCAA Tournament, Blacksburg, Va.

G A 6 2 5 5 5 4 5 3 3 0 2 0 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 36 24 31 23 Min. 17:38 1104:17 898:05 2020:00 2020:00

MSU Goals(Assists) None None Dirkes(Hargreaves), Hargreaves(PK), Dirkes(Smith), McCoy(Hargreaves), K. Wilson(UA), McMurray(Hargreaves), Evans(UA), McMurray(UA), McCoy(Shultz) Hargreaves(UA) Evans(Wright), K. Wilson(Wright), Dirkes(McMurray) None Hargreaves(UA), Fioranelli(Shultz) McCoy(Nordahl), Nordahl(McCoy), McMurray(UA) Evans(A. Wilson), McMurray(Evans), Longley(UA) McMurray(UA) None Hargreaves(K. Wilson), Evans(Pribyslavaska), Hargreaves(PK) Evans(Hargreaves) None Pribyslavaska(Evans) McCoy(McMurray) McCoy(McMurray) Wright(Evans) Fraser(UA) Fraser(Wright) Shultz(McCoy), McCoy(UA), Smith(McMurray), Wright(McMurray) None

Pts 14 15 14 13 6 4 7 5 3 2 2 3 4 3 0 0 1 0 96 85

GA 0 12 19 31 36

SH Shot% SOG SOG% 22 .273 14 .636 33 .152 19 .576 42 .119 13 .310 31 .161 15 .484 16 .188 12 .750 13 .154 6 .462 19 .105 12 .632 22 .091 7 .318 9 .111 2 .222 19 .053 9 .474 10 .100 4 .400 16 .062 3 .188 7 .143 6 .857 19 .053 6 .316 0 .000 0 .000 8 .000 0 .000 6 .000 2 .250 0 .000 1 .167 292 .123 131 .449 256 .121 127 .496

Avg 0.00 0.98 1.90 1.38 1.60

GW 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 11 9

SV Pct. W L T Sho SOG 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 7 58 .829 6 5 1 6 132 35 .648 5 4 1 0 111 96 .756 11 9 2 6 250 95 .725 9 11 2 6 290

# - Puma Classic, Martin, Tenn.

PK-A 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 6-6

Goals By Period ............... 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State ................................. 21 ......... 15 ...............0 ................ 0 ................... 36 Opponents .................................... 16 ......... 15 .................................. 0 ................... 31 Shots By Period ............... 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State ................................ 132 ....... 154 ..............5 ................ 1 .................. 292 Opponents ................................... 105 ....... 143 ..............2 ................ 6 .................. 256 Saves By Period .............. 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State ................................. 38 ......... 56 ...............1 ................ 1 ................... 96 Opponents .................................... 35 ......... 60 ...............0 ................ 0 ................... 95 Corner Kicks By Period .. 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State ................................. 52 ......... 56 ...............2 ................ 1 .................. 111 Opponents .................................... 27 ......... 34 ...............0 ................ 1 ................... 62 Fouls By Period ............... 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State ................................ 137 ....... 158 ..............4 ................ 1 .................. 300 Opponents ................................... 108 ....... 119 ..............1 ................ 1 .................. 229 Offsides By Period .......... 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State .................................. x ........... x ................ x ................ x ................... 35 Opponents ..................................... x ........... x ................ x ................ x ................... 21 Yellow Cards By Period .. 1st..... 2nd ........ OT ......... OT2 .......... Total Murray State .................................. x ........... x ................ x ................ x ................... 32 Opponents ..................................... x ........... x ................ x ................ x ................... 14

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Individual Career Statistics Laken Dirkes OFFENSE 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 16 8 20 44

GS 1 0 6 7

G 2 2 3 7

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 4 4 6 14

Shots 16 6 16 38

Shot% .125 .333 .188 .184

SOG 7 5 12 24

SOG% .438 .833 .750 .632

GW 0 0 1 1

Ashley Fraser OFFENSE 2009 TOTAL

GP 11 11

GS 1 1

G 2 2

A 0 0

Pts 4 4

Shots 13 13

Shot% .154 .154

SOG 6 6

SOG% .462 .462

GW 2 2

Sophie Hargreaves OFFENSE 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 20 22 42

GS 20 22 42

G 6 5 11

A 3 4 7

Pts 15 14 29

Shots 70 42 112

Shot% .086 .119 .098

SOG 24 13 37

SOG% .343 .310 .330

GW 3 1 4

Gina Killion OFFENSE 2009 TOTAL

GP 21 21

GS 21 21

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 6 6

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 1 1

SOG% .167 .167

GW 0 0

Rachel Longley OFFENSE 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 11 20 31

GS 6 1 7

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 2 2

Shots 1 19 20

Shot% .000 .053 .050

SOG 1 9 10

SOG% 1.000 .474 .500

GW 0 0 0

Kalli McCoy OFFENSE 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 15 19 21 55

GS 0 7 12 19

G 4 5 6 15

A 0 2 2 4

Pts 8 12 14 34

Shots 14 26 22 62

Shot% .286 .192 .273 .242

SOG 9 12 14 35

SOG% .643 .462 .636 .565

GW 1 0 2 3

Danielle, McMurray OFFENSE 2009 TOTAL

GP 21 21

GS 21 21

G 5 5

A 5 5

Pts 15 15

Shots 33 33

Shot% .152 .152

SOG 19 19

SOG% .576 .576

GW 1 1

Maja Nordahl OFFENSE 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 17 21 38

GS 15 20 35

G 0 1 1

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 3 3

Shots 6 16 22

Shot% .000 .062 .045

SOG 3 3 6

SOG% .500 .188 .273

GW 0 1 1

Vernonika Prybyslavaska OFFENSE 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 16 17 33

GS 15 16 31

G 2 1 3

A 2 1 3

Pts 6 3 9

Shots 30 19 49

Shot% .067 .053 .061

SOG 13 6 19

SOG% .433 .316 .388

GW 1 1 2

Rebecca Shultz OFFENSE 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 5 11 14 30

GS 1 2 4 7

G 3 1 1 5

A 0 1 2 3

Pts 6 3 4 13

Shots 4 12 7 23

Shot% .750 .083 .143 .217

SOG 3 5 6 14

SOG% .750 .417 .857 .609

GW 0 0 1 1

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MSU Career Statistics Audrey Wilson OFFENSE 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 6 19 22 47

GS 0 19 22 41

G 1 0 0 1

A 1 2 1 4

Pts 3 2 1 6

Shots 1 17 8 26

Shot% 1.000 .000 .000 .038

SOG 1 10 2 13

SOG% 1.000 .588 .250 .500

GW 0 0 0 0

Katie Wilson OFFENSE 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 18 17 21 56

GS 10 15 20 45

G 5 5 2 12

A 1 3 1 5

Pts 11 13 5 29

Shots 35 52 22 109

Shot% .143 .096 .091 .110

SOG 16 23 7 46

SOG% .457 .442 .318 .422

GW 2 3 0 5

Rachel Wright OFFENSE 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 18 20 38

GS 14 2 16

G 6 2 8

A 6 3 9

Pts 18 7 25

Shots 46 19 65

Shot% .130 .105 .123

SOG 20 12 32

SOG% .435 .632 .492

GW 3 0 3

Olivia Hemme GOALIE 2009 TOTAL

GP 1 1

GS 0 0

Minutes 17:38 0 17:38 0

GA 0.00 0.00

GaAvg 2 2

Saves 0 0

W 0 0

L 0 0

T 0 0

Sho 0 0

Tara Isbell GOALIE 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 17 20 13 50

GS 11 19 12 42

Minutes 1477:33 1875:46 1104:17 4457:36

GA 21 19 12 52

GaAvg 1.28 0.91 0.98 1.05

Saves 52 87 58 197

W 9 12 6 27

L 7 5 5 17

T 0 3 1 4

Sho 3 8 6 17

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2009 Ohio Valley Statistics Team #Morehead State UT Martin yMurray State Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky SE Missouri Jacksonville State Austin Peay %SIU Edwardsville

------------ Ohio Valley Conference --------------W-L-T Pct Pts GF GA Str 5-0-3 .812 18 11 6 W1 6-2-0 .750 18 13 5 W2 5-2-1 .688 16 12 7 W2 3-3-2 .500 11 10 11 L2 3-3-2 .500 11 9 8 L2 2-3-3 .438 9 3 5 W1 2-3-3 .438 9 5 6 L2 2-6-0 .250 6 6 13 W2 0-6-2 .125 2 1 10 L5 0-0-0 .000 0 0 0 ---

----------------------------- All Games -----------------------W-L-T Pct GF GA Str 8-7-4 .526 23 29 L1 9-7-0 .562 24 13 L1 11-9-2 .545 36 31 L1 7-12-3 .386 27 39 L1 7-8-5 .475 23 23 L3 5-11-3 .342 12 27 L1 8-7-3 .528 25 16 W1 8-10-0 .444 38 21 W2 1-13-4 .167 8 33 L3 3-10-2 .267 13 22 W1

x - 2008 Regular-Season Champion y- OVC Tournament Champion Three points are awarded for a win, one point for a tie % - Will join the OVC as a playing member in 2011

Team (Alphabetical) Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State MURRAY STATE Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Tennessee-Martin Goals per Game 1. Delaney, JSU 2. Hoffman, TTU Melhoff, TTU 4. Jones, JSU 5. Schlick, SEMO 6. Jordan, MOR 7. McCoy, MSU 8. Birchmeir, MOR 9. Wilson, UTM Boehmler, JSU

G 18 20 19 18 19 22 18 22 16

0.44 0.41 0.36 0.36 0.33 0.32 0.29 0.26 0.25 0.25

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YR Jen Hoffman, Tennessee Tech DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YR Danielle Rogers, UT Martin FRESHMAN PLAYER OF THE YR Danielle McMurray, Murray State Kris Cambron, Tennessee Tech COACH OF THE YEAR Warren Lipka, Morehead State ALL-OVC FIRST TEAM Jenny Williams, Eastern Illinois Danielle Rogers, UT Martin Hayley Abbot, SE Missouri Vernonika Pribyslavaska, Murray St. Nicole Evans, Murray State Brooke Robertson, UT Martin Lindsey Stefanini, Morehead State Sophie Hargreaves, Murray State Jen Hoffman, Tennessee Tech Laura Ridolfi, Eastern Illinois Kris Cambron, Tennessee Tech

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2009 Ohio Valley Conference Team Statistics (All Games) Goals GA Ast Pts Shots CK Fouls 8 33 3 19 151 36 153 23 23 20 66 208 53 176 12 23 12 36 211 58 127 38 21 33 109 249 50 150 23 29 18 64 253 102 167 36 31 24 96 292 111 300 25 16 21 71 238 63 175 27 39 17 71 212 79 170 24 13 17 65 211 61 168 Assists per Game 1. Rustad, JSU Pelleter, JSU 3. Rigo, JSU 4. Hamilton, EIU Kohen, EIU 6. McMurray, MSU Arthur, JSU 8. Davidson, MOR 9. Cambron, TTU 10.Duffy, UTM

0.29 0.29 0.28 0.25 0.25 0.24 0.24 0.21 0.20 0.19

ALL-OVC SECOND TEAM Stephanie Lynch, Eastern Kentucky Lily Meisner, Morehead State Sam Balek, Eastern Illinois Taren Brown, Tennessee Tech Alyshia Madison, Jacksonville St. Ashley Green, Eastern Kentucky Bethany Davidson, Morehead St. Danielle McMurray, Murray State Amber DeLaney, Jacksonville St. Kendyl Wilson, UT Martin Ashley Runion, SE Missouri ALL-OVC NEWCOMER TEAM Kendyl Wilson, UT Martin Kris Cambron, Tennessee Tech Danielle McMurray, Murray State Hayley Abbott, Southeast Missouri Alex Hess, Eastern Kentucky Kristen Germann, Eastern Illinois Aubrey Buehler, UT Martin Jazzmine Chandler, Austin Peay Courtney Moriarty, Morehead State

Points per Game 1. DeLaney, JSU 2. Hoffman, TTU 3. Jones, JSU 4. Melloff, TTU 5. Pelletier, JSU 6. Jordan, MOR 7. Schlick, SEMO 8. McMurray, MSU 9. Boehmler, JSU 10. McCoy, MSU

0.94 0.86 0.82 0.77 0.76 0.74 0.72 0.71 0.69 0.67

Andrea Meloff, Tennessee Tech Bobbi Jo Schlick, SE Missouri OVC TOURNAMENT (Host-Morehead State) Nov. 5 First Round (4) Tennessee Tech 3 (5) Eastern Illinois 2 2OT (3) Murray State (6) Eastern Illinois Nov. 6 (Semifinals) Semifinals (4) Tennessee Tech (1) Morehead State (3) Murray State (2) UT Martin Nov. 8 (Championship) (4) Tennessee Tech (3) Murray State

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YC-RC 5-0 3-0 6-0 9-0 5-0 32-2 6-0 9-0 13-0

Sv 113 119 83 100 72 96 47 123 47

Goals Against Average 1. Starkey, SEMO 0.81 2. Buehler, UTM 0.84 3. Lorbert, EIU 0.93 4. Isbell, MSU 0.98 5. Lynch, EKU 1.16 6. Williams, EIU 1.20 7. Koenig, JSU 1.26 8. Meisner, MOR 1.43 9. Thacker, TTU 1.57 10. Newman, APSU 1.64 OVC All-Tournament Team Lindsey Stefanini, Morehead State Brittany MacLennan, Morehead State Sophie Cox, UT Martin Nuala Deans, UT Martin Jen Hoffman, Tennessee Tech Kris Cambron, Tennessee Tech Michelle Decker, Tennessee Tech Ashley Fraser, Murray State Tara Isbell, Murray State Audrey Wilson, Murray State Sophie Hargreaves, Murray State MVP NCAA Tournament Nov. 13 Blacksburg, Va. Murray State Virginia Tech

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Cutchin Field - Home Of The Racers Once the home facility for Murray State football, Cutchin Field is now the home field for Murray State soccer. Located beside the Curris Center and across the street from Racer Arena, Cutchin Field has undergone many changes over the years. The facility features a 72-by-114-yard Bermuda playing field, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, and a sprinkler system to keep the field perfect at all times. Player shelters like those seen at the professional and world championship level are in place at both benches and the scorer’s table. In 2008, the Racers moved into the brand new Crisp Soccer-Tennis Complex. The new facility adjacent to Cutchin Field features locker rooms, coaches office, and athletic training space. One of the charming features of Cutchin Field is that it is in the middle of campus and is very accessable to students who attend matches in large numbers. “The Hill” is a great place to watch the Racers play and relax in the warming fall sunshine. Cutchin Field was the home of Murray State football from 1924 to 1972. The Thoroughbreds — later to be called the Racers — won 142 football games here including the inaugural OVC championship in 1948. The field is named for multi-sport coach Carlisle Cutchin, who was Murray State’s second football coach (1925-30), and the first men’s basketball coach (1925-41), and he also coached baseball at MSU (1928-32, 1941, 1946-53). Cutchin had a combined record of 391-208-7 (.651) in 36 seasons as a head coach in three sports. He was inducted into the Murray State Athletics Hall of Fame in 1970, the first coach to earn the honor. Cutchin Field has a long-standing and successful sports history, dating almost to the founding of Murray State itself. After a 30-year hiatus from varsity sports, its tradition continues as the setting for Racer soccer.

The Racers enter their 10th season at Cutchin Field in 2010 with an overall mark of 48-32-10, including an 23-12-6 record in OVC matches.

MSU opened the Crisp Soccer & Tennis Complex in the fall of 2008 thanks to a generous gift from Rosemary and Harry L. Crisp II.

Cutchin Field Records TEAM • Murray State Goals: . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9-15-06) Assists: . . . . . . . . . . .8, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9-15-06) Points: . . . . . . . . . . . . .30, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9-15-06) Shots: . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 vs. Lipscomb (10-7-01) Shots on Goal: . . . .23, two different times Saves: . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 vs. Middle Tenn. St. (10-13-00) Corner Kicks: . . . . . .16 vs. UT Martin (9-27-00) Fouls: . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 vs. Marshall (9-19-08) Attendance: . . . . . . .523 vs. Morehead State (11-7-08) Overall Record: . . . .44-30-9 (.578) (8 seasons) OVC Record: . . . . . . .18-10-5 (.583) (8 seasons) Longest Win Streak 4, three times, 2000, 2001, 2008 Long Unbeaten Streak: 6, from 9-19-08 to present

Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

All-Time MSU Cutchin Field Season Records & Overall Overall Home OVC Win Unbeaten W L T W L T W L T Streak Streak 9 11 1 6 3 0 2 1 0 4 3 8 9 2 6 2 0 1 1 0 4 4 8 7 2 3 2 2 0 1 2 1 3 6 10 3 4 2 1 2 1 0 2 2 8 11 1 5 4 1 2 2 1 2 3 8 10 3 4 5 2 2 1 1 2 2 5 9 4 4 5 1 2 2 1 2 2 11 8 0 5 4 0 3 1 0 2 2 12 5 3 7 3 2 4 0 0 4 6 11 9 2 4 2 1 5 2 1 3 4 86 89 19 48 32 10 23 12 6

INDIVIDUAL• Murray State Goals: . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, Jackie Thomas vs. UT Martin (10-27-00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lacey Latimer vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff (9-15-06) Assists: . . . . . . . . . . .3, Lindsey Gustafson vs. Arkansas St. (9-9-01) Points: . . . . . . . . . . 10, Lacey Latimer vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff (9-15-06) Shots: . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, Jill Condon vs. Lipscomb (9-7-01) Shots on Goal: . . . .5, Six times, most recent: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rebekah Clay vs. WKU (9-12-09)

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Ohio Valley Soccer History REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 1998 Tennessee Tech 1999 Eastern Illinois 2000 Eastern Illinois 2001 Southeast Missouri 2002 Southeast Missouri 2003 Samford 2004 Samford 2005 Samford 2006 Samford 2007 Southeast Missouri 2008 Murray State 2009 Morehead State TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1998 No tournament held 1999 Eastern Illinois 2000 Tennessee Tech 2001 Eastern Illinois 2002 Eastern Illinois 2003 Eastern Illinois 2004 Eastern Illinois 2005 Samford

2006 2007 2008 2009

Samford Southeast Missouri Morehead State Murray State

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

COACH OF THE YEAR Qasim Sheikh, TTU Heather Nelson, SEMO Steve Ballard, EIU Heather Nelson, SEMO Nathan Pifer, UTM Todd Yelton, SAM Greg Sheen, MOR Todd Yelton, SAM Erin Aubrey, MOR Heather Nelson, SEMO Beth Acreman, MSU Warren Lipka, MOR

1998 1999 2000

OFFENSIVE MVP Heather Ory, EIU Ida Hakansson, EIU Devon Bissell, EIU

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

2009

Beth Guccione, SEMO Valerie Henderson, SEMO Beth Liesen, EIU Crystal Royall, SU Rebecca Bohler, SAM Kellie Floyd, EIU Sharon Young, SAM Courtney Alexander,SEMO Kayla Swearingen, EKU Jillian Birchmeier, MOR Jen Hoffman, TTU

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

DEFENSIVE MVP Holly Wildman, TTU Kelli McCoy, TTU Kelli McCoy, TTU Jenny Hamilton, SEMO Jenny Hamilton, SEMO Amanda Stephens, JSU Crystal Royall, SAM Lindsay Pickering,SEMO Leslie King, MOR Lindsay Pickering, SEM

2007 2008

2008 2009

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tara Isbell, MSU Danielle Rogers, UTM FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Angela Freund, TTU Cara LeMaster, EIU Beth Liesen, EIU Robyn Vince, TTU Jill Burns, TTU Kim Matthews, SAM Michelle Steinhaus, EIU Rebekah Clay, MSU Amber Cress, SAM Ashley Runion, SEMO Jillian Birchmeier, MOR Danielle McMurray, MSU Kris Cambron, TTU

OVC WOMEN’S SOCCER FINAL STANDINGS 1998 Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Middle Tennessee UT-Martin Morehead State

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

Overall 9-7-2 10-7-1 10-8-0 2-15-0 2-16-0

1999 Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Middle Tennessee SE Missouri Morehead State UT-Martin

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

Overall 11-9-0 7-13-0 10-10-1 4-8-1 4-15-0 1-19-0

2000 Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech SE Missouri Morehead State Murray State UT-Martin

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

Overall 15-4-1 12-8-0 10-6-1 9-10-1 9-11-1 0-18-0

2001 SE Missouri Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Murray State UT-Martin Morehead State

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

Overall 16-2-0 14-5-0 12-7-0 8-9-0 4-14-0 2-16-0

2002 SE Missouri Eastern Illinois UT-Martin Tennessee Tech Murray State Morehead State Austin Peay

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

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

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2003 Samford Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State UT-Martin SE Missouri Tennessee Tech Murray State Austin Peay Morehead State

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

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

2004 Samford Eastern Illinois Murray State Morehead State Jacksonville State SE Missouri Tennessee Tech Austin Peay UT-Martin

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

Overall 10-7-1 13-6-2 8-11-1 9-9-1 7-11-3 11-6-2 7-6-4 8-9-2 4-11-2

2005 Samford Eastern Illinois SE Missouri Murray State Austin Peay Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech UT-Martin Morehead State Eastern Kentucky

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

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

2006 Samford Morehead State Eastern Illinois SE Missouri Austin Peay UT-Martin Murray State Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech

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

Overall 11-4-3 8-8-3 8-7-5 10-8-2 6-10-3 5-9-5 5-9-4 5-12-2 4-12-2 2-13-3

2007 SE Missouri Samford Murray State UT-Martin Morehead State Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Austin Peay

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

Overall 12-2-4 15-5-1 11-8-0 10-6-3 5-10-1 8-111 4-10-4 4-11-3 4-12-1 7-12-1

2008 Murray State UT-Martin Morehead State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State Austin Peay SE Missouri

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

Overall 12-5-3 10-5-4 9-9-3 8-8-3 5-14-1 3-14-1 5-10-3 4-12-3 2-9-3

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2009 Morehead State UT-Martin Murray State Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky SE Missouri Jacksonville State Austin Peay

OVC 5-0-3 6-2-0 5-2-1 3-3-2 3-3-2 2-3-3 2-3-3 2-6-0 0-6-2

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


MSU Individual & Team Records • CAREER •

Goals ................................ 49 (2000)

2. Theresa Reedy (2004) ........................ 39

Goals

Matches in Goal

Assists .............................. 38 (2000)

3. Krista Muilkens (2005) .......................... 35

1. Theresa Reedy (2001-04) ..... 34

1. Tara Isbell (2007-)................... 50

Points .............................. 136 (2000)

4. Rebekah Clay (2008) .......................... 29

2. Jackie Thomas (2000-03) ...... 25

2. Karen Fitzharris (2000-03) ..... 47

Shots .............................. 403 (2008)

Jackie Thomas (2000) ....................... 29

3. Rebekah Clay (2005-08) ......... 24

3. Annie Fortier (2003-06) ........... 47

Shot Percentage ............ .145 (2007)

4. Krista Muilkens (2005-08) ........ 22

4. Heather Jones (2003-06) ....... 34

Shots on Goal ................. 196 (2000)

Minutes in Goal

Shots on Goal % ............ .564 (2004)

1. Tara Isbell (2008) ........... 1875:46

Minutes in Goal

Fouls ............................... 300 (2010)

2. Tara Isbell (2007) ........... 1477:33

1. Tara Isbell (2007-).......... 4457:36

Corner Kicks ................... 121 (2000)

3. Annie Fortier (2004) ................... 1422:19

5. Kalli McCoy (2007-) ................ 15 6.Lindsey Gustafson (2000-03) .. 13 Emily Schaller (2000-03) ....... 13

2. K. Fitzharris (2000-03) .. 4018:01

Yellow Cards ..................... 32 (2010)

4. Karen Fitzharris (2001) ............. 1201:29

Assists

3. Annie Fortier (2003-06) . 3745:29

Minutes in Goal ........ 2020:00 (2010)

5. Karen Fitzharris (2000) .............. 1104:43

1. Rebekah Clay (2005-08) ......... 21

4. Heather Jones (2003- 06) . 2772:12

Goals-Against Average .. 0.91 (2008) Saves .............................. 129 (2004)

2. Lauren McAdams (2000-03) .... 15 3. Sara Struve (2004-07) ............. 14

Goals-Against Average

Emily Schaller (2000-03) ....... 14

1. Tara Isbell (2007-)................ 1.05

5. Theresa Reedy (2001-04) ..... 13

2. Heather Jones (2003-06) .... 1.33 3. Loren Rose (2000-01) .......... 1.62

(2 points per goal, 1 per assist)

.................................... 129 (2005)

1. Sarah Walsh (2002) ........................ 0.75

Shots Faced ................... 316 (2005)

2. Heather Jones (2005) ..................... 0.80 3. Tara Isbell (2008) ................. 0.91

• SEASON - INDIVIDUAL • Goals

Points

Goals-Against Average

4. Heather Jones (2003) ..................... 1.22 5. Tara Isbell (2007) ................. 1.28

1. Jackie Thomas (2000) ........... 13

Saves

Saves

1. Theresa Reedy (2001-04) ..... 81

1. Annie Fortier (2003-06) ......... 264

Theresa Reedy (2004) ............. 13

2. Rebekah Clay (2005-08) ......... 69

2. Karen Fitzharris (2000-03) .... 209

3. Rebekah Clay (2006) ................. 9

1. Annie Fortier (2004) ............................ 98

2. Jackie Thomas (2000-03) ...... 57

3. Tara Isbell (2007-) ................. 197

4. Krista Muilkens (2006) ............... 8

2. Tara Isbell (2008) .................... 87

4. Krista Muilkens (2005-08) ........ 52

4. Heather Jones (2003-06) ....... 144

Theresa Reedy (2001) ............. 8

3. Annie Fortier (2005) ............................ 67

5. Emily Schaller (2000-03) ....... 40

5. Geri Thompson (2000-01, 04) .. 85

Theresa Reedy (2002) ............. 8

4. Annie Fortier (2003) ............................ 66 5. Heather Jones (2005).......................... 62

Shots 1. Theresa Reedy (2001-04) ... 201

Assists

Most Wins 1. Tara Isbell (2007-)................... 27

1. Lauren McAdams (2000) ........ 11

Shots Faced

2. Rebekah Clay (2005-08) ....... 178

Karen Fitzharris (2000-03) ....... 21

2. Rebekah Clay (2008) ................. 8

1. Tara Isbell (2008) .................. 217

3. Krista Muilkens (2005-08) ...... 165

3. Annie Fortier (2003-06) ........... 12

3. Rebekah Clay (2007) ................. 6

2. Annie Fortier (2005) .......................... 163

4. Lindsey Gustafson (2000-03) 134

4. Heather Jones (2003-06) ..........11

Lindsey Gustafson (2001) ....... 6

3. Tara Isbell (2007) .................. 157

5. Rachel Wright (2008) ............... 6

4. Heather Jones (2005)........................ 151

5. Sophie Hargreaves (2008-) .112

5. Annie Fortier (2004) .......................... 128

Most Shutouts 1. Tara Isbell (2007-)................... 17

Points

1. Rebekah Clay (2005-08) ....... 106

3. Heather Jones (2003-06) ........... 9

1. Jackie Thomas (2000) ........... 31

2. Theresa Reedy (2001-04) ... 105

4. Annie Fortier (2003-06) ............. 6

2. Theresa Reedy (2004) ............. 27

3. Krista Muilkens (2005-08) ........ 81

Karen Fitzharris (2000-03) ......... 6

Shots on Goal

4. Lindsey Gustafson (2000-03) 65 5. Jackie Thomas (2000-03) ...... 53

3. Rebekah Clay (2006) ............... 22

Shutouts

4. Theresa Reedy (2001) ........... 21

1. Tara Isbell (2008) ...................... 8

Shots

3. Tara Isbell (2007) ...................... 4

2. Heather Jones (2005)............................ 5

Minutes Played 1. Rebekah Clay (2005-) ........ 3,058

Matches Played

2. Jen Peios (2005-07) ........... 2,846

1. Theresa Reedy (2004) ............. 77

Karen Fitzharris (2000).......................... 4

1. Rebekah Clay (2005-08) ......... 78

3. Sara Struve (2004-07) ........ 2,766

2. Sophie Hargreaves (2008) ..... 70

5. Annie Fortier (2004) .............................. 3

Krista Muilkens (2005-08) ........ 78

4. Jen Nowak (2004-07) ......... 2,765

3. Rebekah Clay (2006) ............... 60

Heather Jones (2006)............................ 3

3. Kara Carlile (2004-07) ............. 77

5. Krista Muilkens (2005-) ....... 2,592

4. Rebekah Clay (2008) ............... 59 5. Krista Muilkens (2005) ............. 57

Most Wins

5. Laura Oppegard (2003-06) ...... 76

• SEASON - TEAM •

6. Katie Wilson (2008)................. 52

1. Tara Isbell (2008) .................... 12

6. Emily Schaller (2000-03) ....... 75

Games Played ................... 22 (2009)

7. Krista Muilkens (2006) ............. 50

Jessica Fioranelli (2002-05) .... 75

...................................... 21 (2000)

Jen Nowak (2004-07) .............. 77

...................................... 21 (2005)

2. Tara Isbell (2007) ...................... 9 3. Karen Fitzharris (2000).......................... 7

Shots on Goal

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Annie Fortier (2004) .............................. 7

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MSU Individual & Team Records 1. Rebekah Clay (2006) ............... 41

2. Tara Isbell (2007) ...................... 9

Kristin Robertson (10-8-02) ..... 8

2. Theresa Reedy (2004) ............. 39

3. Karen Fitzharris (2000) .............. 7

Jill Condon (10-7-01) ............... 8

3. Krista Muilkens (2005) ............. 35

Annie Fortier (2004) ................... 7

Brooke Royer (9-18-02) ............. 8

4. Rebekah Clay (2008) ............... 29

5. Tara Isbell (2009) ...................... 6

Jackie Thomas (2000) ........... 29

Karen Fitzharris (2000) .............. 6

Saves 1. Heather Jones (9-25-05) ......... 14

Minutes in Goal

• MATCH - TEAM •

Annie Fortier (10-17-04) .......... 14

1. Tara Isbell (2008) ........... 1875:46

Goals .............................11 (9-15-06)

Geri Thompson (9-25-01) ...... 14

2. Tara Isbell (2007) ........... 1477:33

Assists ............................ 8 (9-10-00)

4. Karen Fitzharris (10-13-00) ... 12

3. Annie Fortier (2004) ........ 1422:19

....................................8 (9-15-06)

5. Tara Isbell (10-12-08) ..............11

4. Karen Fitzharris (2001) . 1201:29

Points ............................ 30 (9-15-06)

Lauren Rosa (10-24-01) ......... 11

5. Karen Fitzharris (2000) .. 1104:43

Shots ............................ 46 (10-7-01)

Annie Fortier (9-21-03) ........... 11

6. Tara Isbell (2009) ........... 1104:17

Shots on Goal ............... 24 (10-7-01) Shot Percentage ........ .458 (9-15-06)

• HAT TRICKS •

Goals-Against Average

Shots-on-Goal % ....... .882 (9-01-02)

Jackie Thomas (10-27-00)......4 goals

1. Sarah Walsh (2002) ............ 0.75

Fouls ............................. 32 (9-24-06)

vs. UT Martin

2. Heather Jones (2005) ......... 0.80

Corner Kicks ................. 16 (9-27-00)

Lacey Latimer (9-15-06) .........4 goals

3. Tara Isbell (2008) ................. 0.91

Offsides ....................... 12 (10-21-01

vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff

4. Tara Isbell (2009) ................. 0.98

Minutes in Goal ...... 120:00 (3 times)

Rebecca Shultz (9-16-07) .... 3 goals

5. Heather Jones (2003) ......... 1.22

Goals-Against Avg. .. 0.00 (38 times)

vs. Bacone

6. Tara Isbell (2007) ................. 1.28

Saves ............................ 15 (9-21-03)

Krista Muilkens (9-15-06) .......3 goals

Shots Faced ............... 19 (10-12-08)

vs. Morehead State

Save Percentage ... 1.000 (17 times)

Krista Muilkens (9-30-05) .......3 goals

Saves

vs. Morehead State

1. Annie Fortier (2004) ................. 98 2. Tara Isbell (2008) .................... 87

• MATCH - INDIVIDUAL •

3. Annie Fortier (2005) ................. 67

Goals

4. Annie Fortier (2003) ............... 66

1. Jackie Thomas (10-27-00) ....... 4

5. Heather Jones (2005) .............. 62

Theresa Reedy (9-14-04) .......3 goals vs. Louisville

Lacey Latimer (9-15-06) ............ 4 3. Theresa Reedy (9-14-04) ........ 3

Shots Faced

Krista Muilkens (9-15-06) .......... 3

1. Tara Isbell (2008) .................. 217

Krista Muilkens (9-30-05) .......... 3

2. Annie Fortier (2005) ............... 163 3. Tara Isbell (2007) .................. 157

Assists

4. Heather Jones (2005) ............ 151

1. Sophie Hargreaves (9-4-09) ...... 3

5. Tara Isbell (2009) .................. 132

Lindsey Gustafson (9-9-01) ..... 3

6. Annie Fortier (2004) ............... 128

Points Shutouts

1. Lacey Latimer (9-15-06) .......... 10

1. Tara Isbell (2008) ...................... 8

2. Jackie Thomas (10-27-00) ....... 8

2. Tara Isbell (2009) ...................... 6

3. Krista Muilkens (9-15-06) .......... 7

3. Heather Jones (2005) ................ 5

4. 6 tied at ..................................... 6

4. Tara Isbell (2007) ...................... 4

Most Recent: Rebecca Shultz

Karen Fitzharris (2000) .............. 4

(9-16-07)

6. Annie Fortier (2004) ................... 3 Heather Jones (2006) ................ 3

Shots 1. Lacey Latimer (9-16-07) ............ 9

Most Wins

2. Rebekah Clay (9-17-06) ............ 9

1. Tara Isbell (2008) .................... 12

3. Kristin Robertson (9-26-03) ....... 8

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MSU Individual & Team Honors Ohio Valley All-Conference FIRST TEAM Jenny Carter ...................... 2001 Lindsey Gustafson ............. 2001 Laura Oppegard ................ 2005 Krista Muilkens .................. 2005 Rebekah Clay .................... 2006 Rebekah Clay .................... 2007 Rebekah Clay ..................... 2008 Melisa Curry ....................... 2008 Tara Isbell .......................... 2008 Katie Wilson ...................... 2008 Veronika Pribyslavaska.... 2009 Sophie Hargreaves ........... 2009 SECOND TEAM Lindsey Gustafson ............. 2000 Lauren McAdams .............. 2000 Jackie Thomas .................. 2000 Theresa Reedy .................. 2001 Emily Schaller .................... 2001 Lindsey Gustafson ............. 2002 Theresa Reedy .................. 2002 Kristen Robertson .............. 2002 Emily Schaller .................... 2003 Theresa Reedy .................. 2004 Rebekah Clay .................... 2005 Lauren Oppegard .............. 2006 Katrina Meyer .................... 2007 Sophie Hargreaves ........... 2008 Danielle McMurray ............ 2009 THIRD TEAM Kristin Becker .................... 2002 Emily Schaller .................... 2002 HONORABLE MENTION Emily Schaller .................... 2000 Karen Fitzharris ................. 2001 Jamie Roche...................... 2001 NEWCOMER TEAM Krista Muilkens .................. 2005 Rebekah Clay .................... 2005 Tara Isbell .......................... 2007 Veronika Pribyslavska...... 2008 Rachel Wright ................... 2008 Danielle McMurray ............ 2009 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF YEAR Tara Isbell ......................... 2008 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Rebekah Clay ................... 2005 Danielle McMurray ............ 2009

COACH OF THE YEAR Beth Acreman .................. 2008 OVC ALL- TOURNAMENT Lindsey Gustafson ............. 2000 Jackie Thomas .................. 2000 Lindsey Gustafson ............. 2001 Kim Sinclair........................ 2001 Jessica Fioranelli ............... 2004 Heather Jones ................... 2004 Lisa Pfeiffer....................... 2004 Rebekah Clay ..................... 2008 Krista Muilkens ................... 2008 Sophie Hargreaves (MVP) 2009 Andrey Wilson .................. 2009 Tara Isbell .......................... 2009 Ashley Fraser .................... 2009 OVC ATHLETES OF THE WEEK Brooke Lencki .............. 09-09-00 Theresa Reedy ............ 10-08-01 Theresa Reedy ............. 09-02-02 Theresa Reedy ............ 09-21-04 Theresa Reedy ............ 09-28-04 Rebekah Clay .............. 10-11-05 Krista Muilkens ............ 10-18-05 Krista Muilkens ............ 09-19-06 Tara Isbell ..................... 10-09-07 Jaclyn Ramage ............. 10-16-07 Rachel Wright ............. 09-02-08 Rachel Wright ............. 09-09-08 Renata Figueira ............ 09-16-08 Veronika Pribyslavska 09-23-08 Jenna Fioranelli .......... 09-30-08 Tara Isbell .................... 09-30-08 Tara Isbell .................... 10-14-08 Veronika Pribyslavska 11-04-08 Danielle McMurray ...... 09-29-09 Maja Nordahl ............... 09-29-09 Sophie Hargreaves ..... 10-13-09 Veronika Pribyslavaska10-27-09 Tara Isbell .................... 10-27-09 OVC COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL 2000-2001 Abby Baden, Kristin Becker, Jenny Carter, Shelley Corwin, Michelle Fedor, April Freeman, Lindsey Gusafson, Jill Hawanchak, Shauna Kline, Brooke Lencki, Lauren McAdams, Abbie Perez, Brooke Royer, Emily Schaller, Kim Sinclair, Jackie Thomas, Jamie Roche, Brooke Royer

2002-2003 Lindsay Andre, Abby Baden, Kristin Becker, Lauren Blessinger, Jenny Carter, Katie Cochrane, Stephanie Falatko, Michelle Fedor, Jessica Fioranelli, Karen Fitzharris, Lacey Ford, Lindsey Gustafson, Jill Hawanchak, Heather Jones, Shauna Kline, Emily Lane, Lacey Latimer, Lauren McAdams, Lisa Pfeiffer, Theresa Reedy, Kristin Robertson, Brooke Royer, Emily Schaller, Katie Sevi, Jackie Thomas, Courtney Wenande, Jessica Wilson 2004-2005 Erin Blackman, Lauren Blessinger, Lauren Granger, Jill Hawanchak, Heather Jones, Shauna Kline, Lacey Latimer, Jennifer Mann, Lauren McAdams, Lisa Pfeiffer, Jaclyn Ramage, Mary Rybicki, Sara Struve, Leslie Whitehead, Jessica Wilson, Molly Wolfe 2005-2006 Mary Bennett, Lauren Blessinger, Kara Carlile, Rebekah Clay, Lauren Clemson, Melissa Curry, Jane Dewitt, Lauren Falls, Jessica Fioranelli, Annie Fortier, Kayla Jones, Lacey Latimer, Krista Muilkens, Valerie Milligan, Jennifer Nowak, Laura Oppegard, Lisa Pfeiffer, Kellyn Robison, Mary Rybicki, Sara Struve, 2007-2008 Lauren Blessinger, Kara Carlile, Rebekah Clay, Melisa Curry, Jane Dewitt, Tara Eby, Lauren Falls, Annie Fortier, Katrina Goscha, Lauren Granger, Tara Isbell, Lacey Latimer, Katrina Meyer, Krista Muilkens, Jen Nowak, Laura Oppegard, Jen Peios, Jaclyn Ramage, Kellyn Robison, Rebecca Schultz, Sara Struve, Audrey Wilson, Katie Wilson, Leslie Whitehead, Molly Wolfe

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2008-2009 Cara Bohrman, Melisa Curry, Jane DeWitt, Laken Dirkes, Nicole Evans, Rachel Longley Kalli McCoy, Krista Muilkens, Veronika Pribyslavska, Kellyn Robison, Rebecca Shultz, Audrey Wilson, Katie Wilson, Rachel Wright OVC MEDAL OF HONOR (highest GPA in sport) 2002-03 Shauna Kline, Brooke Royer 2003-04 Lindsay Andre, Kristin Becker, Emily Schaller 2004-05 Shauna Kline, Lauren McAdams, Sara Struve 2005-06 Lauren Falls, Lauren Blessinger, Rebekah Clay 2006-07 Annie Fortier, Kellyn Robison, Sara Stuve, Leslie Whitehead 2007-08 Jen Nowak OVC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (highest OVC individual honor) 2003-04 Lindsey Gustafson 2007-08 Sara Struve OVC TEAM ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2006-07 Academic Highlights 2004-05 Team GPA: 3.15 Fall 2004 GPA: 3.25 Spring 2005 GPA: 3.15 Fall 2005 GPA: 3.16 Spring 2006 GPA: 3.48 Fall 2006 GPA: 3.60 Spring 2007 GPA: 3.61 Fall 2007 GPA: 3.34 Spring 2008 GPA: 3.45 Fall 2008 GPA: 3.40 Spring 2009 GPA 3.32 Fall 2009: 3:09 Spring 2010: 3:29

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MSU Individual & Team Honors PERFECT 4.0 GPA (Covering two semesters fall and spring) 2004-2005 Lauren Granger, Sara Struve (2), Lauren Blessinger, Shauna Kline, Lacey Latimer, Lisa Pfeiffer 2005-2006 Lauren Blessinger, Rebekah Clay (2), Lauren Falls (2), Sara Struve Lisa Pfeiffer, Kellyn Robison 2006-2007 Lauren Blessinger, Annie Fortier (2), Lauren Granger, Jaclyn Ramage, Sara Struve (2), Leslie Whitehead, Lauren Falls, Tara Eby, Tara Isbell, Lacey Latimer, Kellyn Robison 2007-2008 Jen Nowak (2), Krista Muilkens, Sara Struve 2008-2009 Jane Dewitt, Jen Nowak 2009-10 Laken Dirkes, Nicole Evans, Olivia Hemme, Katie Wilson MSU DEAN’S LIST 2004-05 Erin Blackman, Lauren Blessinger, Tara Eby, Annie Fortier, Lauren Granger, Jill Hawanchak, Jennifer Mann, Shauna Kline, Lacey Latimer, Lauren McAdams, Jen Nowak, Lisa Pfeiffer, Jaclyn Ramage, Mary Rybicki, Sara Struve, Molly Wolfe

2006-07 Christie Arnett, Lauren Blessinger, Rebekah Clay, Lauren Clemson, Jane DeWitt, Tara Eby, Lauren Falls, Jessica Fioranelli, Annie Fortier, Lauren Granger, Tara Isbell, Kayla Jones, Lacey Latimer, Krista Muilkens, Jen Nowak, Laura Oppegard, Lisa Pfeiffer, Kellyn Robison, Mary Rybicki, Sara Struve, Molly Wolfe 2007-08 Nicole Evans, Katrina Goscha, Lauren Granger, Lacey Latimer, Rachel Longley, Krista Muilkens, Jen Nowak, Kellyn Robison, Sara Struve, Katie Wilson. 2008-09 Cara Bohrman, Melisa Curry, Jane DeWitt, Laken Dirkes, Nicole Evans, Rachel Longley, Kalli McCoy, Danielle McMurray, Krista Muilkens, Jen Nowak, Veronika Pribyslavska, Kellyn Robison, Rebecca Shultz, Audrey Wilson, Katie Wilson, Rachel Wright 2009-10 Laken Dirkes, Nicole Evans, Ashley Fraser, Sophie Hargreaves, Olivia Hemme, Gina Killion, Rachel Longley, Kalli McCoy, Audrey Wilson, Danielle McMurray, Katie Wilson, Katie Walsh, Rachel Wright

2005-06 Christie Arnett, Lauren Blessinger, Rebekah Clay, Lauren Clemson, Jane DeWitt, Lauren Falls, Jessica Fioranelli, Annie Fortier, Kayla Jones, Lacey Latimer, Maureen McReynolds, Val Milligan, Krista Muilkens, Jen Nowak, Laura Oppegard, Lisa Pfeiffer, Kellyn Robison, Mary Rybicki, Sara Struve

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MSU All-Time Results • 2000 • Soccer Buzz Best First-Year Division I Team Head Coach: Mike Minielli Aug 25 Aug 27 Sep 1 Sep 9 Sep 10 Sep 15 Sep 17 Sep 20 Sep 22 Sep 24 Sep 27 Sep 30 Oct 3 Oct 8 Oct 10 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 18 Oct 22 Oct 27 Oct 28

Record: 9-11-1 (H 6-3-0, A 2-7-1, N 1-1-0) OVC: 2-3-0 (3rd-tie of 6) (H 2-1-0, A 0-2-0) at IUPUI Won at Ball State Lost TROY STATE Won at Samford Lost at Alabama A&M Won INDIANA STATE Won TENN.-CHATTANOOGA Won *at Tennessee Tech Lost VALPARAISO Lost EAST TENNESSEE ST. Won *TENNESSEE-MARTIN Won at Arkansas State Lost *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Won *at Morehead State Lost at Louisville ++ Tied MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. Lost at Western Illinois Lost at Belmont Lost *EASTERN ILLINOIS ++ Lost #Tennessee-Martin Won #Tennessee Tech Lost * - Ohio Valley Conference game # - OVC Championship, Charleston, Ill. + - overtimes

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

• 2001 • Head Coach: Mike Minielli

Sep 1 Sep 5 Sep 7 Sep 9 Sep 17 Sep 22 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 4 Oct 7 Oct 12 Oct 21 Oct 24 Oct 27 Oct 31 Nov 4 Nov 9

Record: 8-9-2 (H 6-2-0, A 2-7-2, N 0-0-0) OVC: 2-3-0 (4th of 6) (H 1-1-0, A 1-2-0) IPFW Won at Western Kentucky Lost at Troy State + Won ARKANSAS STATE Won at Kentucky Lost SAMFORD + Lost ALABAMA A&M Won at Middle Tennessee St. Lost at Valparaiso + Lost at Indiana State ++ Tied LOUISVILLE Won LIPSCOMB Won *at Eastern Illinois ++ Lost *MOREHEAD STATE Won at Birmingham-Southern ++ Tied *TENNESSEE TECH Lost *at Tennessee-Martin Won *at Southeast Missouri Lost #at Southeast Missouri Lost * - Ohio Valley Conference game # - OVC Championship, Cape Girardeau, Mo. + - overtimes

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

• 2002 • Head Coach: Mike Minielli

Aug 30 Sep 1 Sep 6 Sep 8 Sep 13 Sep 15 Sep 22 Sep 28 Oct 2 Oct 5 Oct 8 Oct 13

Record: 8-7-2 (H 3-2-2, A 3-3-0, N 2-2-0) OVC: 2-2-2 (5th of 7) (H 0-1-2, A 2-1-0) (1)Belmont Won (1)Indiana State + Won WESTERN ILLINOIS Won at Tennessee Lost (2)Arkansas-Little Rock Lost (2)Stephen F. Austin State Lost MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. Lost at IPFW Won at Louisville Lost *at Morehead State + Won *at Austin Peay State Won *EASTERN ILLINOIS ++ Tied

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

Oct 18 Oct 20 Oct 25 Oct 30 Nov 2

MISSOURI-ROLLA Won 4-0 *TENNESSEE-MARTIN ++ Tied 1-1 *at Tennessee Tech Lost 1-4 *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ++ Lost 1-2 WESTERN KENTUCKY Won 2-1 * - Ohio Valley Conference game + - overtimes (1) - Southeast Tournament, Cape Girardeau, Mo. (2) - Skyhawk Invitational, Martin, Tenn.

• 2003 • Head Coach: Mike Minielli

Aug 29 Aug 31 Sep 5 Sep 7 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 19 Sep 21 Sep 26 Sep 28 Oct 3 Oct 5 Oct 10 Oct 12 Oct 17 Oct 19 Oct 24 Oct 26 Nov 2

Record: 6-10-3 (H 4-2-1, A 2-8-0, N 0-0-2) OVC: 3-5-0 (6th-tie of 9) (H 2-1-0, A 1-4-0) SOUTHWEST MISSOURI ST. Won at Western Illinois Won IUPUI Won at Western Kentucky Lost (1)Arkansas-Little Rock ++ Tied (1)Southeastern Louisiana ++ Tied IPFW ++ Tied at Nebraska Lost at Arkansas State Lost EVANSVILLE Lost *at Samford ++ Lost *at Jacksonville State Lost at Louisville Lost *at Tennessee-Martin Lost *EASTERN ILLINOIS Lost *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI + Won *at Tennessee Tech Lost *at Austin Peay Won *MOREHEAD STATE + Won * - Ohio Valley Conference game + - overtimes (1) - Skyhawk Invitational, Martin, Tenn.

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

• 2004 • Head Coach: Mike Minielli

Aug 27 Aug 29 Sep 5 Sep 10 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 17 Sep 19 Sep 22 Sep 26 Oct 1 Oct 3 Oct 9 Oct 15 Oct 17 Oct 22 Oct 24 Oct 29 Nov 2 Nov 5

Record: 8-11-1 (H 5-4-1, A 3-4-0, N 0-3-0) OVC: 4-3-1 (3rd of 9) (H 2-2-1, A 2-1-0) WESTERN KENTUCKY Lost at Southwest Missouri State Lost VALPARAISO Won (1)Arkansas State Lost (1)Louisiana-Monroe Lost LOUISVILLE Lost at IPFW Won DRAKE ++ Won at Evansville + Lost *at Morehead State Won *SAMFORD Lost *JACKSONVILLE STATE ++ Won *TENNESSEE-MARTIN Won *at Eastern Illinois Lost *at Southeast Missouri ++ Won *TENNESSEE TECH ++ Tied *AUSTIN PEAY Lost at IUPUI Lost #SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ST. Won ^Eastern Illinois Lost * - Ohio Valley Conference game # - OVC Championship ^ - OVC Championship, Birmingham, Ala. + - overtimes (1) - Skyhawk Invitational, Martin, Tenn.

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

• 2005 • Head Coach: Mike Minielli

Aug 26 Aug 28

Record: 8-10-3 (H 4-5-2, A 3-4-0, N 1-1-1) OVC: 5-3-1 (3rd of 10) (H 2-1-1, A 3-2-0) at Valparaiso Lost at Indiana State Lost

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Sep 4 Sep 7 Sep 9 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 13 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 30 Nov 1 Nov 4

SOUTHERN MISS Lost 0-3 LOUISVILLE Lost 0-1 #Arkansas-Little Rock Lost 0-1 #South Alabama Won 2-1 IUPUI Tied 2-2 *at Austin Peay Lost 1-3 *at Tennessee Tech Lost 0-1 EVANSVILLE Lost 1-2 *MOREHEAD STATE Won 3-0 *EASTERN KENTUCKY Won 4-0 *at Jacksonville State Won 3-2 *at Samford Won 1-0 *at Tennessee-Martin Won 3-1 *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Lost 1-2 *EASTERN ILLINOIS Tied 0-0 ARKANSAS STATE Won 4-1 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Lost 1-2 ^AUSTIN PEAY Won 3-0 $Samford Tied 0-0 *- Ohio Valley Conference game # - UT-Martin Tournament ^ - OVC Tournament quarterfinal at Murray, Ky. $ - OVC Tournament semifinal at Charleston, Ill.

• 2006 • Head Coach: Beth Acreman

Aug 25 Sep 1 Sep 3 Sep 8 Sep 10 Sep 15 Sep 17 Sep 20 Sep 24 Sep 26 Sep 29 Oct 1 Oct 6 Oct 8 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 28

Record: 5-9-4 (H 4-5-1, A 1-4-2, N 0-0-1) OVC: 2-4-3 (8th of 10) (H 2-2-1, A 0-2-2) at IUPUI Lost at Southern Mississippi Lost INDIANA STATE Lost #vs Arkansas State Won #vs East Tennessee State ++ Tied ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF Won at Lipscomb Won EVANSVILLE Lost *at Eastern Illinois ++ Tied *at Southeast Missouri Lost *AUSTIN PEAY Won *TENNESSEE TECH ++ Won *at Morehead State Lost *at Eastern Kentucky ++ Tied *JACKSONVILLE STATE Lost *SAMFORD Lost *TENNESSEE-MARTIN ++ Tied OKLAHOMA STATE Lost *- Ohio Valley Conference game # - UT-Martin Tournament + - Overtimes

0-2 0-4 0-2 3-2 2-2 11-0 5-0 1-3 1-1 0-2 2-1 2-1 0-4 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-4

• 2007 • Head Coach: Beth Acreman

Aug 31 Sep 2 Sep 9 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 21 Sep 23 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 5 Oct 7 Oct 12 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 28 Nov 6

Record: 11-8-0 (H 5-4-0, A 4-4-0, N 2-0-0) OVC: 6-3-0 (3rd of 10) (H 3-1-0, A 3-2-0) at Valparaiso Lost LIPSCOMB Won BOWLING GREEN Lost MISSOURI STATE Lost #Christian Brothers Won #Bacone Won at Evansville Lost at Florida International Won at Florida Gulf Coast Won *at Jacksonville State Lost *at Samford + Lost *MOREHEAD STATE Won *EASTERN KENTUCKY Won *at Austin Peay Won *at Tennessee Tech Won *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Lost *EASTERN ILLINOIS Won *at Tennessee-Martin + Won EASTERN ILLINOIS ++ Lost *- Ohio Valley Conference game

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

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MSU All-Time Results # - UT-Martin Tournament %-Ohio Valley Tournament + - Overtimes

• 2008 • Head Coach: Beth Acreman

Record: 12-5-3 (H 7-3-2, A 4-1-1, N 1-1-0) OVC CHAMPIONS: 7-1-0 (1st of 9) (H 4-0-0, A 3-1-0) Aug 22 BELMONT Lost 1-2 Aug 24 NORTH DAKOTA STATE Lost 0-2 Aug 29 MISS. VALLEY STATE Won 5-1 Aug 31 IUPUI Won 2-1 Sep 5 ^UNC ASHEVILLE Won 3-0 Sep 7 ^SIU EDWARDSVILLE + Lost 0-1 Sep 12 #vs Western Kentucky Lost 0-4 Sep 14 #vs Louisiana Monroe Won 3-0 Sep 19 MARSHALL ++ Tied 2-2 Sep 26 *at Southeast Missouri Won 1-0 Sep 28 *at Eastern Illinois Won 3-0 Oct 5 *UT MARTIN Won 2-1 Oct 10 *JACKSONVILLE STATE Won 4-0 Oct 12 *at Alabama A&M ++ Tied 0-0 Oct 17 *at Morehead State + Lost 0-1 Oct 19 *at Eastern Kentucky Won 3-1 Oct 24 *AUSTIN PEAY Won 1-0 Oct 26 *TENNESSEE TECH Won 4-0 Oct 31 at Lipscomb Won 2-1 Nov 7 %MOREHEAD STATE +++ !Tied 2-2 ^ - MSU Hampton Inn Classic, Murray, Ky. *- Ohio Valley Conference game # - Belmont Showcase, Nashville, Tenn. %-Ohio Valley Tournament Semifinals, Murray, Ky. ! - MSU lost in a shootout + - Overtimes

• 2009 • Head Coach: Beth Acreman

Aug 21 Aug 30 Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 20 Sep 25 Sep 27 Sep 29 Oct 4 Oct 11 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 23 Oct 25 Oct 29 Nov 1 Nov 5 Nov 6 Nov 8 Nov 13

Record: 11-9-2 (H 4-2-1, A 3-5-1, N 4-2-0) OVC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 5-2-1 (3rd of 9) (H 2-1-1, A 3-1-0) at UALR Lost at Vanderbilt Lost ^ALABAMA A&M Won %Southern Mississippi Lost %Missouri-Kansas City Won at Northern Arizona Lost at Southern Utah ++ Tied *at Jacksonville State Won *at Tennessee Tech Won at IUPUI Lost *at UT Martin Lost *EASTERN ILLINOIS Won *MOREHEAD STATE Lost *EASTERN KENTUCKY ++ Won *at Austin Peay Won EVANSVILLE Won *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Won SIUE Lost #Eastern Kentucky Won #UT Martin Won #Tennessee Tech Won $Virginia Tech Lost

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

^ - Racer Classic, Murray, Ky. % - Puma Classic, Martin, Tenn. *- Ohio Valley Conference game #-Ohio Valley Tournament, Morehead, Ky. $ - NCAA Tournament, Dayton, Ohio + - Overtimes

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2010 Murray State University Soccer


2010 Murray State Soccer Guide  

A look at the Murray State Racers Women's Soccer team for the 2010 season. Including player and coaches bios, schedule, and history.

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