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Northern Arizona Quick Facts University Information

School............................................................... Northern Arizona University Location.....................................................................................Flagstaff, Ariz. Founded......................................................................................................1899 Enrollment......................................................................... 25,204 (statewide) Nickname.....................................................................................Lumberjacks Colors...................................................................................Blue, Gold & Sage Affiliation..............................................................................NCAA Division I Conference............................................................................................ Big Sky Home Facility................................................... Lumberjack Stadium (1,000) President.................................................................................Dr. John Haeger VP for Intercollegiate Athletics.......................................... Dr. Lisa Campos Associate AD/External/SWA.................................................Beth Vechinski

Soccer Information Head Coach......................................................... Andre Luciano (12th Year) Office Phone............................................................................... 928-523-2021 Email........................................................................Andre.Luciano@nau.edu Alma Mater................................................................................ Indiana, 1993 Record At NAU..................................................................... 84-100-28 (.462) Big Sky Record.......................................................................... 33-30-9 (.521) Career Record....................................................................... 84-100-28 (.462) Assistant Coach...........................................................Holly Jones (5th Year) Alma Mater.............................................................. Northern Arizona, 2002 Assistant Coach.................................................. Brandon Porter (2nd Year) Alma Mater.................................................................................. Pacific, 2009 2011 Overall Record.................................................................................3-9-7 2011 BSC Record/Finish...................................................................2-2-3/5th 2011 Postseason........................................................................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................................................4/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................................................10/9 Newcomers/Redshirts................................................................................15/2 First Year.....................................................................................................1997 All-Time Record.................................................................109-148-28 (.432) NCAA Tournament Appearances (last)..................................... Two (2009) Regular Season BSC Titles........................................................... One (2010) BSC Tournament Titles......................................................Two (2008, 2009)

General Information Quick Facts.................................................1 Media Information....................................2 Athletic Staff Directory.............................3 Media Relations Staff................................3 VP for Intercollegiate Athletics...............4 NAU Information......................................5 Academics..................................................6 Lumberjack Stadium.................................7

Coaching Staff Head Coach Andre Luciano..............8-10 Assistant Coaches................................... 11 2012 Team Information Numerical Roster.................................... 12 Roster Breakdown.................................. 13 Returning Statistical Leaders................ 13 Pronunciation Guide.............................. 13 Meet the Jacks....................................14-29 Senior Georgia Foltz.............................. 14 Senior Laura Johnson............................ 15 Returning Lumberjacks....................16-21 Newcomers.........................................22-29 In-Season Birthdays............................... 29 Arrivals and Departures........................ 29 2011 Season Review Statistics................................................... 30

Season Review......................................... 31 2011 Superlatives.................................... 31 Game Recaps......................................32-33

Big Sky Conference Conference Information........................ 34 2012 Composite Schedule..................... 35 2011 Big Sky Recap...........................36-37 Final Big Sky Team Standings............... 36 Final Big Sky Team Statistics................. 36 All-Big Sky Conference Teams............. 36 Players of the Week................................ 37 2011 Championship Results.................. 37 NAU Soccer Records Career Records...................................38-39 Season Records..................................40-41 Yearly Records......................................... 42 Team Records.......................................... 43 Single Match Records............................. 43 Lumberjack Stadium Records............... 44 Miscellaneous Records.......................... 44 All-Time History All-Big Sky Selections............................ 45 Big Sky All-Academic Selections.......... 45 Roster..................................................46-47 Season Results....................................48-49 Series Results......................................50-51

On the Cover Left to Right: • Senior Georgia Foltz • Sophomore Sarah Tarver • Sophomore Diane Buzzard • Junior Alana D’Onofrio Cover Photography by Matt Beaty

Media Relations Soccer Contact........................................................................... Stayson Isobe Office Phone/Fax............................................. 928-523-1017/928-523-6793 Email....................................................................................... smi28@nau.edu Media Relations Director.............................................................. Steve Shaff Office Phone............................................................................... 928-523-6792 Asst. Media Relations Director........................................... Andrew Tomsky Office Phone............................................................................... 928-523-6330 Mailing Address.......................................................................P.O. Box 15400 ........................................................................................... Flagstaff, AZ 86001 ............................................................................ (Overnight: 1 Skydome Dr.) Website.........................................................................www.nauathletics.com Twitter......................................................................................@NAUAthletics

Cover Design by Stayson Isobe

Credits The 2012 Northern Arizona women’s soccer media guide was written, designed and edited by Sports Information Graduate Assistant Stayson Isobe. Editorial assistance from Steve Shaff and Matthew Sewell. Photography by Preston Trauscht, Matt Beaty, Craig Johnson, Jerry Foreman, Ian Johnson, Becky Fairchild, Jerry Foreman, Steve Brenner and NAU Athletics Media Relations.

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Media Information

INTERVIEW POLICY All player interviews must be coordinated through the media relations office at least one day in advance. No interviews or photo shoots will be conducted prior to kickoff. Out-oftown media should contact the media relations office to make arrangments for phone interviews. Players will be available for interviews following practice and, if prior arrangements have been made, before practice. The NAU locker and training rooms are closed to all media. COACH LUCIANO INTERVIEWS Andre Luciano and his staff are generally available for interviews after each practice. Luciano coordinates his own personal and phone interviews. Call 928-523-1017 to set up the session. The best time to contact Luciano is weekday mornings. PRACTICE Daily workouts are generally open to the public but media members are encouraged to confirm practice times and interview arrangements with the media relations office.

views will be conducted on the field with requested players and coaches from both teams after a 10-minute “cooling off � period. A member of the media relations office will collect interview requests immediately following the conclusion of the match. MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME Arizona does not move its clock ahead in the spring or back in the fall. As a result, Flagstaff time coincides with the Pacific time zone through Nov. 4. The rest of the season, Flagstaff is compatible with Mountain time (Eastern time minus two hours). LUMBERJACKS ONLINE Releases, statistics, rosters and breaking news are available at www.nauathletics.com. All information is available for immediate use, including photos. The Big Sky Conference website is located at www.bigskyconf.com.

MEDIA LIST In lieu of credentials, working media will be placed on a media list that will be at the north entrance to Lumberjack Stadium. Media members assigned to work an NAU soccer match are asked to provide their names to the media relations office. Only working media will be allowed on the pass list. PHOTOGRAPHERS Photographers and videographers are allowed on the touch lines and goal lines but not behind the goals. Only photographers and videographers on assignment will be placed on the pass list. Please provide names to the media relations office. MEDIA SERVICES A postmatch release and a complete box score will be emailed to media outlets. POSTMATCH INTERVIEWS The NAU locker room is closed. At home, postmatch inter-

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Staff Directory ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL Phone (928) 523-unless noted ADMINISTRATION Dr. Lisa Campos............................................ Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics...................................................................................................5353 Beth Vechinski............................................... Associate AD/External/SWA..........................................................................................................................3326 George Fox..................................................... Assistant AD/Equipment Operations............................................................................................................3950 Michael Giedlin............................................. Assistant AD/Fiscal Operations......................................................................................................................6785 Pam Lowie...................................................... Assistant AD/Academics.................................................................................................................................6783 Scott Renfro.................................................... Assistant AD/Compliance...............................................................................................................................6763 Steve Shaff....................................................... Assistant AD/Media Relations........................................................................................................................6792 Rocky Silvestri................................................ Assistant AD/Marketing and Special Events.................................................................................................3389 Kristi Andreassen.......................................... Academic Graduate Student Assistant...........................................................................................................6783 Cari Anthony................................................. Senior Office Specialist.....................................................................................................................................8917 Dave Brown.................................................... Skydome Director.............................................................................................................................................3440 Tina D’Angelo................................................ Administrative Assistant..................................................................................................................................6107 Daniel Darcy.................................................. Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach................................................................................................9405 Tom DeStefano.............................................. Faculty Athletics Representative.....................................................................................................................6302 Dr. George Hershey....................................... Team Physician.................................................................................................................................................1040 Cody Hodgeson............................................. Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.......................................................................................................9407 Josh Johnson.................................................. Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................................................................................................0272 Andrew Kempe.............................................. Director of Annual Giving..............................................................................................................................7805 Cherisse Kutyreff........................................... Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................................................................................................2139 Dena Lane-Bonds.......................................... Academic Graduate Student Assistant...........................................................................................................4495 Jim MacIntyre................................................ Accounting Specialist.......................................................................................................................................1297 Rob Morrison................................................. Assistant Skydome Director............................................................................................................................9471 Gretchen Povlsen........................................... Accounting Specialist.......................................................................................................................................7803 Sarah Shute..................................................... Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................................................................................................4152 Mitch Strohman............................................. Voice of the Lumberjacks........................................................................................................................607-7057 Diana Ulrey.................................................... Academic Coordinator....................................................................................................................................4495 MEDIA RELATIONS Steve Shaff....................................................... Director (Football, Men’s Basketball, Golf)...................................................................................................6792 Andrew Tomsky............................................. Assistant Director (Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Swimming and Diving)..........................................6330 Stayson Isobe.................................................. Graduate Assistant (Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Tennis)............................................................................1017 Matthew Sewell.............................................. Graduate Assistant (Cross Country, Track and Field).................................................................................1017

Northern Arizona Media Relations

Email/Twitter Steve Shaff............................................ Steven.Shaff@nau.edu ......................................................................................@nausid Andrew Tomsky...........................Andrew.Tomsky@nau.edu .....................................................................................@AhtSky Stayson Isobe.................................................. smi28@nau.edu ...................................................................................@staysobe Matthew Sewell............................................ mjs475@nau.edu ......................................................................@MatthewJSewell

Steve Shaff Asst. AD/ Media Relations

Andrew Tomsky Asst. Director Media Relations

Stayson Isobe Graduate Asst. Media Relations

Matthew Sewell Graduate Asst. Media Relations

Head Coach Andre Luciano........ Andre.Luciano@nau.edu ......................................................................@nausoccercoach

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Dr. Lisa Campos Lisa Campos was named the Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics at Northern Arizona University on March 30, 2012. Campos took over the leadership of the Lumberjack Athletics department after serving as the Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of Texas at El Paso since August of 2006. With her hiring at NAU, Campos, 35, became one of 26 females and the youngest in the country to lead a Division I program, including 13 head athletic administrators at the Football Championship Subdivision level. Campos served as the sport administrator for the Miner men’s and women’s cross country, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s track and field programs at UTEP. Campos also was the primary administrator for compliance, CHAMPS/ Life Skills, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, and cheerleading. She was the advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and served as the liaison to the Intercollegiate Athletic Council, Office of Student Life, Miner Village, and the UTEP Police Department. In her tenure at UTEP, she also had oversight of the women’s golf, rifle, and softball programs, served as championship director for numerous conference championships, and co-hosted a weekly television show, Miner Sports Weekly. Dr. Campos also assisted with athletic facility enhancements and co-directed the planning and design of the $2.6 million Helen of Troy Softball Complex, which opened in September 2005. In 2006, Campos served as the NCAA liaison for the Self Study Report for NCAA Certification and continued to oversee all gender, minority equity, and student welfare strategic plans. She was responsible for Title IX staff education and staff diversity training. In 2005, she created the Athletics Diversity Graduate Assistantship Program and served on the UTEP Women’s Resource Advisory Board. She was promoted to the Senior Associate position after serving as the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator since August of 2003. She also served two years as the Assistant Dean of Students within the UTEP Division of Student Affairs. Dr. Campos had the opportunity to serve on a number of NCAA Committees, including the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet, the NCAA Rifle Committee, and chaired the NCAA Women’s

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Soccer Committee.

She was a member of the Conference USA Joint Group and served on the Senior Woman Administrator administrative group. In 2005-2006, when UTEP joined Conference USA, she served on the Conference USA Strategic Planning Committee and assisted in the development of the realigned Conference USA’s vision, core values, mission, and strategic objectives. She also represented UTEP on conference committees, including the budget subcommittee, legislative committee, championships selection committee, and various sport committees. Dr. Campos previously served as the Assistant Dean of Students at UTEP from 2001-03. Campos coordinated and administered the university’s student discipline system, interpreted the University of Texas System Regents’ Rules and Regulations governing the student academic honesty and conduct code, and provided information to the university community on discipline policies, rules, regulations, and procedures. She served as a mentor to an undergraduate student participating in the NASPA Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program and served on a variety of campus committees including the UTEP President’s Advisory Committee on Women, Student Affairs Staff Development Committee, Faculty Senate Student Conduct Committee, and the University Health Awareness Committee. In the community, Campos was a member of the Girl Scouts of the Rio Grande board and the Junior League of El Paso. Dr. Campos holds a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas at El Paso. She graduated from Colorado State University where she earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration and a master’s of science degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education. A native of Las Animas, Colo., Campos is married to Darren D’Attilio.

Northern Arizona Accomplishments • Hired Men’s Basketball Coach Jack Murphy from Memphis • Hired Women’s Basketball Coach Sue Darling from Arizona • Created lower ticket pricing for Northern Arizona football and basketball games • Created a Family Pack ticket option offering two adult and two children season tickets for one low cost • Made over 25 community appearances in Flagstaff and around the state of Arizona in her first three months on campus

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Northern Arizona Univ.

Northern Arizona University provides an outstanding undergraduate residential education strengthened by important research, graduate and professional programs, and a responsive distance learning network delivering programs throughout Arizona. NAU’s underlying core strength at the undergraduate level is in its ability to provide knowledge of the world, an ability to appreciate change, diversity, and life itself. Faculty and staff members are committed to the residential campus concept and to the student population; however, they are also prepared to deliver education throughout Arizona and the world either online or in new campus structures. The Mountain Campus has a student population of more than 20,000 at its main campus in Flagstaff and at sites across the state.

NAU was established in 1899 as the Northern Arizona Normal School. A close, personal interest in the development of each student as an individual has long been a trademark of the Mountain Campus. This educational experience is enhanced by an atmosphere that celebrates the diversity of opinions and cultures. The undergraduate programs at NAU cover a diverse range of disciplines from liberal arts and the sciences to professional and career-related fields. As NAU looks to the future, it continues to develop innovative ways to provide citizens with greater access to education and strives to strengthen its teaching and service partnerships to meet the needs of a changing Arizona. Flagstaff, with a population of about 57,000, is rich in cultural diversity. Located at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff is 140 miles north of Phoenix at the intersection of Interstate 17 and Interstate 40. With its elevation of 7,000 feet and a four-season climate, Flagstaff is ideal for year-round outdoor activities. Nearby attractions include the Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, and Arizona Snowbowl.

NAU FACTS

Enrollment (statewide)........................................................................25,204 Staff...........................................................................................................2,248 Founded....................................................................................................1899 Degrees................................................................................ 93 baccalaureate .........................................................................................................46 masters .................................................................................................. Eight doctoral Colleges................................................................................. Arts and Letters ............................................................................................................ Business ......................................................................................................... Education ................................................................ Engineering and Natural Sciences .......................................................................... Health and Human Services ......................................................................Social and Behavioral Sciences

NAU CHECKLIST

• 95 percent of alumni report they are either employed or in advanced study, and 80 percent of those employed report they are working in an area directly related to their major.

• The overall student-athlete GPA is higher than 3.0. • More than half of Arizona’s teachers have received instruction at NAU.

• NAU graduates’ acceptance rate to medical, dental and veterinary school is higher than the national average.

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Academics

Academics in the athletics department are of utmost importance at Northern Arizona University. The academic services are under the direction of assistant athletics director for academics Pam Lowie and offer numerous programs to help the student-athletes throughout their academic careers.

The results have been impressive, as NAU student-athletes acheived a cumulative GPA of 3.15 during the spring semester of 2012, which was the 28th semester with a cumulative GPA above 3.0 in the last 15 years (30 semesters). During the 2011-12 academic year, the Lumberjacks garnered 174 Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards. Forty-eight student-athletes graduated in spring 2012, which was the second largest graduating class in the history of the athletics department only behind the spring 2011 graduating class. In all, 67 student-athletes graduated during the 2011-12 year. The soccer team had 10 spring graduates, which tied for the most in the department with the men’s cross country/track and field programs.

10 soccer players graduated in the spring 2012 semester. (From left to right) Back Row: Jenna Samora, Ashley Marrapode, Kendra Teesdale, Ethi Ethridge, Chelsea Bednarz. Front Row: Noel Guevara, Ally Cwiekowski, Kathryn Wertz, Lauren Zallis. (Missing: Sam Monahan)

MISSION NAU’s Athletic Academic Services department strives to provide quality academic services that will enhance the student-athletes’ total educational experience and encourage graduation within four years. Lumberjack Academics has the following programs in place for student-athletes: PROACTIVE MENTORING Each year approximately 30-50 first year student-athletes will be selected to participate in NAU’s ProActive Mentor program which targets students who Lumberjack Academics believes may bene-

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fit from academic mentoring. Student-athletes are selected based on incoming GPA’s/ test scores and coaches recommendations. Student-athletes are expected to attend a weekly meeting with their assigned academic graduate assistant as well as with their respective coach, and to report on their progress in each class. STUDY HALL First year student-athletes (including transfer student-athletes) are required to complete 6-8 hours of study time beginning with the second week of classes through Reading Week. The 6-8 hours consist of scheduled times a monitor will be available and may also include tutoring by the Learning Assistance Centers, organized study groups facilitated by tutors, graduate assistants or faculty from the academic colleges and other academic-related activities that are approved by the Athletics Academic Department Staff. ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT All first year freshman student-athletes are assigned to an academic advisor at the Gateway Student Success Center (GSSC). After the student-athletes’ first year, they will be assigned to a college advisor if they have declared a major while those who are undecided will remain assigned to a GSSC advisor. Student-athletes must declare a major before entering their 5th semester. Academic Coordinators are available for pre-advisement to make sure all NCAA/ NAU policies and procedures are being followed. TUTORING SERVICES Tutoring services for all student-athletes are provided through the North and South Learning Assistance Centers. Student-athletes are given the option to utilize the master schedule which allows them to schedule set tutoring appointments for twice a week per subject throughout the academic semester. Student-athletes may also take advantage of the drop in services and make appointments on an as-needed basis. EARLY ENROLLMENT Student-athletes are afforded the opportunity to participate in priority registration which enables the student-athletes to accommodate practice schedules while continuing to make progress towards graduation. The student-athletes are grouped with seniors and honor students for registration. In order to utilize priority registration, student-athletes must have all holds cleared from their account and meet with their academic advisor for advisement and activation. PROGRESS REPORTS All student-athletes will have progress reports com-

pleted once a semester. Student-athletes who receive a “D” or “F” on a progress report will be required to complete an Action Plan with the faculty for the course in which the “D” or “F” was received.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S HONOR ROLL Student-athletes on a current roster who achieve a 3.5 cumulative GPA qualify for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. The student-athletes are recognized at a designated spring Men’s Basketball game.

20 soccer players earned Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards in 2011-12. 13 received Big Sky All-Academic honors. (From left to right) Back Row: Sarah Tarver, Malia Tano, Emily Roth, Elinor Priest, Alana D’Onofrio, Head Coach Andre Luciano. Front Row: Megan Jerome, Mary Harrah, Natasha Slaughter.

GOLDEN EAGLE SCHOLAR ATHLETES Student-athletes who have achieved a 3.0 Cum GPA are honored at the Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete Banquet in the spring. Student-athletes are presented a plaque to recognize their achievement. BIG SKY CONF. SCHOLAR ATHLETES Student-athletes who have completed at least one term at the University, achieved a 3.2 Cumulative GPA and competed in 50% of the team’s athletic competitions are eligible for the Big Sky Conference Scholar Athlete Award.

2011 Big Sky All-Academic Chelsea Bednarz Diane Buzzard Ally Cwiekowski Alana D’Onofrio Ethi Ethridge Mary Harrah Laura Johnson Ashley Marrapode Elinor Priest Emily Roth Jenna Samora Lauren Weaver Kathryn Wertz BOLD indicates current player

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Lumberjack Stadium

Lumberjacks At Home YEAR OVERALL REC. CONF. REC.

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

2-2-0 (.500) 5-3-0 (.625) 3-6-0 (.333) 3-2-0 (.600) 3-5-1 (.388) 4-4-0 (.500) 4-4-1 (.500) 5-5-1 (.500) 6-3-0 (.667) 5-4-1 (.555) 6-3-2 (.636) 8-3-0 (.727) 6-2-1 (.722) 9-2-0 (.818) 3-2-3 (.563) 72-50-10 (.583)

1-2-0 (.333) 3-0-0 (1.000) 2-2-0 (.500) 3-0-0 (1.000) 2-1-1 (.625) 2-1-0 (.667) 3-0-0 (1.000) 2-1-0 (.667) 1-2-0 (.333) 1-2-1 (.375) 2-1-0 (.667) 3-1-0 (.750) 3-0-0 (1.000) 4-0-0 (1.000) 2-0-1 (.833) 34-13-3 (.710)

Home Attendence

YEAR DATES REC. 2000 5 3-2-0 (.600) 2001 9 3-5-1 (.388) 2002 8 4-4-0 (.500) 2003 9 4-4-1 (.500) 2004 11 5-5-1 (.500) 2005 9 6-3-0 (.667) 2006 10 5-4-1 (.555) 2007 11 6-3-2 (.636) 2008 11 8-3-0 (.727) 2009 9 6-2-1 (.722) 2010 11 9-2-0 (.818) 2011 8 3-2-3 (.563) Totals 111 62-39-10 (.604)

(Since 2000)

ATT. 1,709 3,060 2,625 3,567 6,545 2,942 4,844 5,754 6,250 7,960 6,761 3,231 55,248

AVG. 342 340 328 396 595 327 484 523 568 884 615 404 498

Largest Home Crowds 1. 2,187 vs. Arizona, 8/28/09 (T, 2-2) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

2,011 vs. Nevada, 11/24/04 (L, 2-1) 1,492 vs. Arizona State, 8/22/08 (L, 4-2) 1,317 vs. Embry-Riddle, 9/28/07 (W, 3-0) 1,278 vs. Oakland, 9/4/09 (L, 1-0) 1,050 vs. Iowa, 9/6/09 (L, 4-1) 973 vs. Murray State, 9/18/09 (W, 4-0) 882 vs. Sacramento State, 11//7/10 (L, 1-0) 845 vs. #5 Portland, 9/24/06 (L, 4-0) 839 vs. Utah Valley State, 8/27/04 (T, 0-0) 816 vs. Northern Colorado, 11/5/10 (W, 1-0) 791 vs. Montana, 10/12/07 (L, 2-0) 732 vs. Embry-Riddle, 9/17/11 (W, 3-1) 723 vs. Drake, 8/26/11 (L, 2-1) 719 vs. Arizona State, 8/20/10 (L, 4-3) 685 vs. New Mexico State, 9/12/09 (W, 3-1) 684 vs. Central Arkansas, 9/26/08 (W, 5-0) 681 vs. VMI, 9/19/08 (W, 3-1) 663 vs. N. Colorado, 10/29/10 (W, 1-0) 646 vs. Sacramento State, 10/15/10 (W, 3-2)

The newly renovated Lumberjack Stadium is a major façade of the $106 million Health and Learning Center (HLC), providing Northern Arizona University with one of the top soccer facilities in the West. Located on the north side of campus, the Lumberjack Stadium location remains rich in history. The covered facility will hold 1,000 fans in chair-back seating to watch home contests for the Northern Arizona women’s soccer program after serving as the main football facility at NAU for 20 years. The Lumberjack soccer program has advanced to two NCAA College Cups since 2008 while winning a combined three Big Sky Conference Championships. They opened the new stadium on Aug. 26, 2011. New lights blanket the field that meets the minimum NCAA dimensions of 65 yards wide by 120 yards long, allowing for highly popular evening matches. There is also a new press box, locker room facilities and coaches’ offices for the team, while HLC provides offices and locker rooms for women’s golf, tennis, track and field and other NAU Athletics staff members. The women’s soccer program christened its home 15 years ago Oct. 24, 1997, with a Big Sky Conference tilt against Cal State Northridge. It was a match to remember, as Danielle Wile of NAU scored in the second overtime session to give the home team a wild 7-6 win. The match still holds NAU re-

cords for most shots in a game, most goals between two teams, and most goals scored (7), a record tied two seasons ago against Lamar. The original stadium, which seated 3,000 fans, began as the home of Lumberjack football in the fall of 1957, with the Lumberjacks opening the facility with a 47-0 win over Ft. Huachuca Army Base. The stadium remained the football home until 1977, when the gridiron program moved into its current home, the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome. During its 20 years in Lumberjack Stadium, the football team carded a 61-33-3 (.644) record. It is also the spring home of the nationally prominent NAU outdoor track and field teams, highlighting a recently resurfaced track. Over the Football Homecoming weekend of 2008, the 1958 Arizona State College (NAU’s former name) football team gathered in Flagstaff for their 50th Anniversary celebration. On the afternoon prior to the game, the playing surface at Lumberjack Stadium, the former home of the football team, was named “Max Spilsbury Field” in a special ceremony in honor of their coach Max Spilsbury. Spilsbury coached at NAU from 1956-64, posting 58 wins over nine seasons. It was a mark that stood for the five decades before current head coach Jerome Souers broke the record in 2008.

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Head Coach Andre 12th Season Career record: 84-100-28 2008 and 2009 Big Sky Coach of the Year Indiana, ‘93

Andre Luciano enters his 12th year as Northern Arizona University head women’s soccer coach and will look to lead the Lumberjacks back to the top of the Big Sky Conference after a one-year hiatus from the conference tournament with a youthful and athletic roster in 2012. Luciano possesses a wealth of coaching experience from the intercollegiate level to club soccer coupled with a successful collegiate career at Indiana University that resulted in two conference championships and a NCAA Final Four appearance. Throughout his term, Luciano has shown an ability to master the coaching landscape. Luciano epitomizes the commitment to the student-athlete relationship, and his philosophy has produced success on the field and in the classroom. In 2011, the women’s soccer team had 13 All-Academic Big Sky honorees, second of all fall-Lumberjack teams in 2010, while five players were named to the All-Big Sky conference teams, including graduating seniors Sam Monahan and Jenna Samora who each received their second first team selections of their careers. Over his past eleven years leading the program, Luciano has developed 85 AllBig Sky performers while 104 players have been named to the All-Academic

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Big Sky Team, and 196 have earned Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards for academic and athletic success. Twenty of the 31 players on the roster received the Golden Eagle Award last season. Also in 2011, the Lumberjacks received the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the ninth year in a row, posting an impressive team grade-point-average of 3.39. Last season, Luciano led the Lumberjacks through their most rigorous schedule in program history with road games at powerhouses Arizona State, Missouri, Nebraska, TCU and Texas Tech. With the departure of the 2007 recruiting class nicknamed “The Foundation,” the Lumberjacks missed out on the Big Sky Conference tournament for the first time in four years, finishing the 2011 season just one point out of the top-four with a 3-9-7 overall record and 2-2-3 conference mark. Despite being a very young team featuring eight underclassmen who started at least six games, the Lumberjacks were extremely competitive playing in nine overtime games totaling 17 extra periods and recording a Big Sky record seven ties. In 2010, Luciano guided his squad to their first-ever regular season Big Sky title, but ultimately fell short of their third straight NCAA Women’s College Cup appearance when they were defeated by Sacramento State 1-0 in the Big Sky Conference final. NAU finished the 2010 season with a 12-4-3 overall record and 6-0-1 during the conference regular season, their first unbeaten conference record in program history. The 12 wins matched the school record for wins in a season set in 2008 and their .711 winning percentage set a new school record. The Lumberjacks also posted a school record 12-game unbeaten streak, one shy of the Big Sky mark, and a school and conference record six game shutout streak that covered a span of 569 minutes and 2 seconds. Off the field in 2010, Luciano’s reputation of producing quality student-athletes was at its highest. Kristi Andreassen, the 2010 Big Sky Defensive Most Valuable Player and three-time All-Big Sky first team selection, was selected as the ESPN Academic All-American of the Year in the women’s soccer University divison. She was also named to the CoSIDA/ESPN All-District Academic Team along with senior Brandy Carr, as well as NSCAA Women’s College Scholar All-Americans with senior Tori Howe and junior Tori Rocke. To cap off Andreassen’s illustrious career at NAU, she was selected as the Female Scholar Athlete of the Year at the annual Golden Eagle Awards and the Female Athlete of the Year at the all-sports banquet. In 2009, Luciano led the Lumberjacks to the Big Sky Championship final, where they would defeat Idaho State, 4-0, to advance to their second-consecutive NCAA Tournament and face No. 1 Stanford. NAU finished with a 10-9-2 overall record, including a 4-3 regular season Big Sky record and two wins in the Big Sky Championship to claim the conference title. The Lumberjacks went 6-2-1 at home, and shattered the Lumberjack Stadium attendance record when 2,187 fans witnessed NAU draw with Arizona, 2-2, on August 28. Juniors Andreassen and Rebekah Schmidt were CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine All-District Academic selections with Andreassen going on the earn All-American Academic Honors. In 2008, Luciano led the women’s soccer team to its first Big Sky Conference Championship in the program’s 12th year of Division I competition. As the conference champion, NAU was an automatic qualifier for the 2008 NCAA Women’s College Cup, its first appearance in school history. The women were defeated by No. 2 Portland in the opening round, but went 12-7-3 overall setting a school record for wins in a season (12) and best winning percentage (.614). The Lumberjacks set or tied 16 school and stadium records and broke two Big Sky Conference records for assists in a game (14) and points (32).

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Head Coach Andre Coaching Record

Year School Overall Big Sky 2001 NAU 6-10-2 1-4-1, 6th 2002 NAU 5-13-0 2-4-0, 5th 2003 NAU 7-9-3 4-2-0, 3rd 2004 NAU 5-11-2 2-4-0, 5th 2005 NAU 10-11 4-2-0, 3rd 2006 NAU 7-10-1 2-4-1, 6th 2007 NAU 7-7-5 2-4-1, 7th 2008 NAU 12-7-3 4-1-2, 2nd* 2009 NAU 10-9-2 4-3-0, 4th* 2010 NAU 12-4-3 6-0-1, 1st** 2011 NAU 3-9-7 2-2-3, 5th Totals 84-100-28 33-30-9 *Won Big Sky Championship **Won Big Sky Regular Season Championship

In addition, Luciano mentored future Hall of Fame selection Cee Cee Odorfer to Big Sky Co-Offensive Player of the Year honors and her third straight All-Big Sky first team selection. Odorfer broke school records for points in a season (28), career assist (18), and game-winning goals (13). Also in 2008, Luciano tutored freshman Jenna Samora to Big Sky Newcomer of the Year honors. During the 2007 season, goalkeeper Elizabeth Winkelblech received the NSCAA/ adidas Scholar Athlete Award for excellence as a student-athlete. Under Luciano’s guidance, Winkelblech set six combined school records and finished in the top five in seven other statistical categories in her first year as a full-time starter. The Lumberjacks earned the best record in school history to date with a 7-7-5 overall mark, a winning percentage of .500. All five ties were 0-0 finishes which set an NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer record for most 0-0 ties in a single season. NAU opened the year with a 5-2-3 record, the best start to a season through 10 matches in school history.

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in his first five years with the program and the most wins in program history. NAU went 4-2-0 in conference play, tying Luciano’s best finish in the Big Sky while at NAU prior to the 2008 season in which the Lumberjacks were 4-1-2 in the Big Sky. The women played to a second-place finish at the Big Sky Conference Championships and posted a number of offensive records including most goals, assists and points in a season. The postseason berth marked Luciano’s second appearance in the Big Sky tournament and his first showing in the finals. Also in 2005, Luciano placed 10 athletes on the All-Big Sky All-Conference teams, which was the most in school history at the time and has since been equaled in 2008 and 2010. He added seven more selections to the All-Academic All-Big Sky team. During the 2004 campaign, Luciano earned two impressive non-conference wins against Illinois State (1-0) and Western Illinois (1-0, OT) out of the Missouri Valley Conference and Summit League, respectively. The Lumberjacks finished 5-11-2, but could easily have gained several more victories as three matches went to double overtime. In the 2003 season, the Lumberjacks posted a school-record four consecutive league wins en route to the best conference start in school history. NAU advanced to the Big Sky Championships for the first time since 2000. Under Luciano’s direction, eight players earned All-Big Sky honors in 2003 including the league’s first-ever two time offensive MVP, Sierra Cristiano. In his first two seasons, Luciano led the Lumberjacks to a pair of historic wins. In his inaugural season in 2001, the Lumberjacks upset in-state rival Arizona State 1-0. In 2002, NAU upended Big Sky foe Montana, a feat equaled again in 2003 and 2005. A native of Las Vegas, Nev., Luciano has built the NAU program with a Southwest influence with the majority of the roster from Arizona, Idaho, Nevada and California. Luciano has since expanded his recruiting net to include prep players from Canada, Illinois, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Washington. His 2007 recruiting class received critical acclaim from notable soccer publications. The class became the first in NAU history to be nationally-ranked in the Soccer Buzz Top 100. The 2008 class was equally as strong ranking 33rd in the West Region.

During the 2006 season, Luciano led NAU to a 7-10-1 record finishing sixth in the Big Sky Conference. The Lumberjacks placed nine players on the All-Big Sky All-Conference team, with three student-athletes earning first team honors. Six other Lumberjacks were recognized as All-Big Sky honorable mention. In addition to the brilliant performances on the field by Lumberjacks, Luciano mentored 10 players to All-Big Sky All-Academic recognition. Along with the acknowledgments received from the Big Sky Conference, Luciano placed two players on the NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-West Region Team. Lindsey Carey and Odorfer both posted breakout seasons under Luciano’s wing. Carey totaled a career-high four goals and ranked second on the team in goals scored. Odorfer led NAU in scoring for the second straight year with 15 points on six goals and three assists. The 15 points tied her for sixth in the Big Sky in 2007 for total points. Odorfer ranked in the top ten in shots, goals, and game-winnings goals. In 2005, Luciano directed the Lumberjacks to a 10-11-0 record, their best finish

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Head Coach Andre Luciano came to Flagstaff from Tucson, Ariz., where he spent two seasons as an assistant for the Arizona program. Luciano joined the Wildcats’ staff in 1999. In 2000, he served as recruiting coordinator for a rebuilding Arizona team. Luciano has also worked with the Washington, Arizona and Nevada Olympic Development Programs (ODP), and was an assistant coach for the Utah State women’s program in 1998. Prior to Utah State, Luciano was an assistant coach with the Washington State women for the 1995 and 1996 seasons and also coached in the Washington East ODP during that time.

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nament both years. The squad advanced to the Final Four in 1991 and the Elite Eight in 1992. Luciano was selected Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year in 1991 and finished in the top-10 in the nation both seasons in goals against average. Luciano stayed on with the Hoosiers during the 1993 season, serving as an undergraduate assistant coach while completing his degree. He graduated from Indiana in 1993 with a degree in American history. Luciano and Lori Kutch were married May 23, 2009 in Pittsburgh.

Before heading back west, Luciano served as a co-head coach for the girls program at McCauley High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was the coach of Team Acceleration, an under-17 girl’s club program. As a player, Luciano began his career at Yavapai Community College in Prescott, Ariz. He was named the ISAA/adidas Goalkeeper of the Year and the NJCAA Tournament Most Valuable Goalkeeper after leading Yavapai to the NJCAA championship in 1990. In 2011, he was inducted into the NJCAA Soccer Hall of Fame as recognition for his stellar play at Yavapai. Luciano transferred to Indiana for his final two seasons and became one of the top goalkeepers in the country at the Division I level. He helped the Hoosiers to Big Ten championships in 1991 and 1992, as well as a berth in the NCAA tour-

Luciano Highlights • 3 Big Sky Offensive MVP awards (Cee Cee Odorfer 2008; Sierra Cristiano 2002, 2003) • Big Sky Defensive MVP award (Kristi Andreassen 2010) • 4 Newcomer of the Year (Chelsea Bednarz, Jenna Samora, Cee Cee Odorfer, Jesyca Rosholt) • 85 All-Big Sky selections • 104 players named to Big Sky All-Academic Team • 196 Golden Eagle Award Recipients • 9 NSCAA Team Academic Award (2010-2011 Team GPA: 3.39) • 5 NSCAA All-Region selections (Lindsey Carey, 2005, 2006; Cee Cee Odorfer, 2006, 2008; Kristi Andreassen 2010) • 3 Golden Eagle Top Scholar Athletes (Lindsey Carey 2006; Elizabeth Winkelblech 2007; Kristi Andreassen 2010) • 8 CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 (Cee Cee Odorfer: 1st Team 2005, 2006; Lindsey Carey: 1st Team 2006, 2nd Team 2005; Kristi Andreassen: 1st Team 2009, 2010; Rebekah Schmidt: 3rd Team 2009; Brandy Carr: 3rd Team 2010) • ESPN Academic All-American of the Year (Kristi Andreassen 2010) • 2 CoSIDA Academic All-American (Kristi Andreassen: 1st Team 2010, 2nd Team 2009) • NSCAA All-Far West (Sierra Cristiano 2003) • 3 NSCAA All-West (Kristi Andreassen 2010; Tori Howe 2010; Tori Rocke 2010) • 4 NSCAA All-Scholar Team (Sierra Cristiano: 3rd Team, 2003; Kristi Andreassen: 1st Team, 2010; Tori Howe: 3rd Team, 2010; Tori Rocke: 3rd Team, 2010) • 2 NAU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Lindsey Carey 2006; Kristi Andreassen 2010) • 5 Golden Axe Award (Lindsey Carey 2006; Kristi Andreassen 2010; Anna Clark 2011; Tori Howe 2011; Ally Cwiekowski 2012) • Big Sky Conference Scholar-Athlete (Elizabeth Winkelblech 2007)

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Assistant Coaches Holly Jones Assistant Coach Fifth Season Northern Arizona, ‘02

Former Northern Arizona women’s soccer player Holly Jones, begins her third season as a full-time assistant coach in 2012 after spending two seasons as a part-time NAU assistant coach. One of the most decorated players in Northern Arizona soccer history, Jones has experience coaching soccer at the youth, high school and collegiate levels since she graduated from Northern Arizona in 2002. The 2012 NAU women’s soccer season will be her fifth campaign as the program’s top assistant coach. For the last four seasons, Jones has assisted with all facets of team technical and tactical training, working especially with forwards, pattern play and set pieces. She also assists with team transportation, game day operations and evaluations and mentoring of the student athletes. Jones has also served as an NAU soccer camp counselor and coach and has experience as the Director of Coaching for Flagstaff Soccer Club and as a coach with the Arizona Youth Soccer Association.

High School, earning a reputation as a skilled and dedicated coach. From 2006 to 2009, she taught special needs physical education as well as outdoor recreation and skills for adolescents at Flagstaff High. During her tenure as head coach at Flagstaff High, Jones turned Flagstaff into one of the premiere 4A soccer programs in the state. In 2007, Jones led Flagstaff High School to the 4A II Arizona State Championship. In 2008, Jones guided the Eagles to a 15-2-0 overall record and a 6-0 mark in the Grand Canyon League. Flagstaff entered the state tournament as the No. 1 seed and once again earned the Arizona 4A II State Championship.

A four-year starter and letterwinner for the Lumberjacks, Jones holds nearly every offensive career record including points, career goals, game-winning goals, multiple-goal matches, and shots. Jones also holds the top honors for consecutive matches with 76, playing in every match during her four-year career. During her time with the Lumberjacks, Jones was a four-time All-Big Sky All-Academic selection, was a two-time All-Big Sky first team performer (1998, 2001) and a second team selection in 2000. She led the Lumberjacks to two appearances in the Big Sky Conference Championships earning All-Tournament team honors both seasons. Jones is the Big Sky Conference record holder for points, goals and shots in a career. In 2007, Jones became the first female soccer player to be inducted into the NAU Hall of Fame.

From 2001 to 2008, Jones served as the head women’s soccer coach at Flagstaff

Brandon Porter Assistant Coach Second Season Pacific, ‘09

While at Pacific, Porter served as a staff coach for Willamette United Soccer Club in Portland, Ore. for five years from 2006-2010 where he worked in the Technical Skills, Player Development and Classic Programs. Since 2010, he’s served as a staff coach for the Flagstaff Soccer Club in addition to volunteering on the Lumberjack coaching staff last season. Porter, a native of Canby, Ore., earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Pacific University in 2009 and has completed coursework towards a Master’s in pre-doctoral psychology at NAU.

Brandon Porter begins his first season as an assistant coach for the NAU women’s soccer team after serving as a volunteer assistant in 2011. Porter will primarily work with the defenders and goalkeepers. Prior to arriving at NAU, Porter had a standout career at Pacific University (Ore.), where he was a four-year starting defender and two-year captain under coaches Jim Brazeau and Jim Rilatt. Porter finished his collegiate career as a three-time All-Northwest Conference selection (2007-09) and was a First Team All-West Region selection and a NSCAA Division III All-American nominee as a senior in 2009. Also as a senior, Porter was named the 2009 Pacific University Male Athlete of the Year for his accomplishments on the field.

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2012 Numerical Roster

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 31 33

Name Natalie Gilbertson Savannah Berry Elinor Priest Alana D’Onofrio Emily Roth Cassidy McLean Cierra Gamble Jordan Stenger Haley Wingender Nicole Sherwin Shawnee Morgan Torey Braly Kelly Whelan Diane Buzzard Sarah Tarver Sarah Pate Laura Johnson Emily Wadell Malia Tano Mary Harrah Jessica Kettelkamp Ashlynn Curnow Georgia Foltz Lauren Doud Demi Schmieder Lauren Weaver Maya Huffman Alexia Gonzalez Syrina Lopez

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

Cl.-Exp. Fr.-HS So.-TR Jr.-1L* Jr.-2L So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-SQ So.-1L So.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* So.-1L Jr.-SQ* Fr.-HS Sr.-3L* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Ht. 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-6 5-9 5-2 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-5 5-9 5-7 5-5 5-9 5-11 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-9 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-2 5-6 5-10 5-7 5-6

Hometown/High School/Last School/Club Las Vegas, Nev./Centennial/Las Vegas Premier Encinitas, Calif./Carlsbad/Florida/Slammers FC Portland, Ore./St. Mary’s Academy/Portland/FC Portland Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley/Pleasanton Rage Coto De Caza, Calif./Santa Margarita Catholic/So Cal Blues Henderson, Nev./Green Valley/Las Vegas Premier Corona, Calif./Santiago/West Coast FC Baltimore, Md./Mercy/Baltimore Bays Henderson, Nev./Bishop Gorman/Las Vegas Premier San Diego, Calif./Torrey Pines/San Diego Surf Escondido, Calif./San Pasqual/Rancho Santa Fe Attack Cottonwood, Ariz./Mingus/Verde Valley Venom Laguna Niguel, Calif./Dana Hills/So Cal Blues Flagstaff, Ariz./Flagstaff/Scottsdale Blackhawks Juneau, Alaska/Juneau Douglas/North Stars Henderson, Nev./Coronado/Las Vegas Premier Gilbert, Ariz./Gilbert/Gilbert Soccer Club Yucaipa, Calif./Yucaipa/So Cal Blues Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro/So Cal Blues Solana Beach, Calif./Torrey Pines/Rancho Santa Fe Attack Phoenix, Ariz./Pinnacle/Paradise Valley CC/SC Del Sol Boise, Idaho/Bishop Kelly/FC Nova Escondido, Calif./Escondido/Rancho Santa Fe Attack Phoenix, Ariz./Pinnacle/SC Del Sol Flagstaff, Ariz./Coconino/Flagstaff Soccer Club Winnetka, Calif./Chatsworth/Real So Cal Flagstaff, Ariz./Flagstaff/Flagstaff United Las Vegas, Nev./Liberty/Las Vegas Premier Las Vegas, Nev./Silverado/Las Vegas Premier

* Utilized redshirt year Head Coach: Andre Luciano (12th Year, Indiana ‘93) Assistant Coach: Holly Jones (5th Year, Northern Arizona ‘02) Assistant Coach: Brandon Porter (2nd Year, Pacific ‘09)

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Roster Breakdown

Alphabetical Roster

2 12 14 22 4 24 23 7 1 31 20 28 17 21 33 6 11 16 3 5 25 10 8 19 15 18 26 13 9

Savannah Berry Torey Braly Diane Buzzard Ashlynn Curnow Alana D’Onofrio Lauren Doud Georgia Foltz Cierra Gamble Natalie Gilbertson Alexia Gonzalez Mary Harrah Maya Huffman Laura Johnson Jessica Kettelkamp Syrina Lopez Cassidy McLean Shawnee Morgan Sarah Pate Elinor Priest Emily Roth Demi Schmieder Nicole Sherwin Jordan Stenger Malia Tano Sarah Tarver Emily Wadell Lauren Weaver Kelly Whelan Haley Wingender

Roster by Class

Seniors (2) 23 Georgia Foltz 17 Laura Johnson Juniors (6) 4 Alana D’Onofrio 21 Jessica Kettelkamp 11 Shawnee Morgan 3 Elinor Priest 8 Jordan Stenger 26 Lauren Weaver

Sophomores (6) 2 Savannah Berry 14 Diane Buzzard 20 Mary Harrah 5 Emily Roth 15 Sarah Tarver 13 Kelly Whelan

Freshmen (15) 12 Torey Braly 22 Ashlynn Curnow 24 Lauren Doud 7 Cierra Gamble 1 Natalie Gilbertson 31 Alexia Gonzalez 28 Maya Huffman 33 Syrina Lopez 6 Cassidy McLean 16 Sarah Pate 25 Demi Schmieder 10 Nicole Sherwin 19 Malia Tano 18 Emily Wadell 9 Haley Wingender

Roster by Position

Goalkeepers (2) 1 Natalie Gilbertson 26 Lauren Weaver Forwards (7) 12 Torey Braly 6 Cassidy McLean 16 Sarah Pate 3 Elinor Priest 25 Demi Schmieder 19 Malia Tano 9 Haley Wingender

Midfielders (11) 2 Savannah Berry 24 Lauren Doud 7 Cierra Gamble 31 Alexia Gonzalez 20 Mary Harrah 17 Laura Johnson 5 Emily Roth 10 Nicole Sherwin 8 Jordan Stenger 15 Sarah Tarver 13 Kelly Whelan

Defenders (9) 14 Diane Buzzard 22 Ashlynn Curnow 4 Alana D’Onofrio 23 Georgia Foltz 28 Maya Huffman 21 Jessica Kettelkamp 33 Syrina Lopez 11 Shawnee Morgan 18 Emily Wadell

Nevada (6) 1 Natalie Gilbertson 31 Alexia Gonzalez 32 Syrina Lopez 6 Cassidy McLean 16 Sarah Pate 9 Haley Wingender

Idaho (1) 22 Ashlynn Curnow

Maryland (1) 8 Jordan Stenger

Oregon (1) 3 Elinor Priest

Alaska (1) 15 Sarah Tarver

Returning Statistical Leaders (2011 Statistics)

Pronunciation Guide (duh-NAH-free-oh) (ROWTH) (BRAY-lee) (WEE-lan) (TAN-oh) (huh-RAW) (cur-KNOW) (SHME-der) (lou-CHEE-ah-no)

California (12) 2 Savannah Berry 4 Alana D’Onofrio 23 Georgia Foltz 7 Cierra Gamble 20 Mary Harrah 11 Shawnee Morgan 5 Emily Roth 10 Nicole Sherwin 19 Malia Tano 18 Emily Wadell 26 Lauren Weaver 13 Kelly Whelan Arizona (7) 14 Diane Buzzard 12 Torey Braly 24 Lauren Doud 28 Maya Huffman 17 Laura Johnson 21 Jessica Kettelkamp 25 Demi Schmieder

4 D’Onofrio 5 Roth 12 Braly 13 Whelan 19 Tano 20 Harrah 22 Curnow 25 Schmieder HC Luciano

Roster by State

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS

Sarah Tarver..................2 Diane Buzzard..............1 Shawnee Morgan........11 Laura Johnson..............1 Mary Harrah.................1 Sarah Tarver................11 Elinor Priest..................1 Elinor Priest..................9 Jordan Stenger..............7

POINTS

SAVES

Sarah Tarver..................4 Lauren Weaver.........105 Laura Johnson..............2 Elinor Priest..................2 Diane Buzzard..............1 Mary Harrah.................1

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Georgia Foltz | #23 | Sr.-3L* | 5-4 | Defender | Escondido, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in hotel and 2008 (Freshman): Appeared in 18 games…Assumed starting role on the backline midseason…Started 11 of final 13 games…Made six conrestaurant management. secutive starts to close season…Took nine shots with three on goal… 2011 (Senior): Started first two games Started six of seven conference matches…Played all 90 minutes against of the season against Arizona State and Portland State and Weber State in Big Sky Championship tournament… Southern Utah before suffering sea- Played every minute of opening round game against No. 2 Portland at Women’s College Cup. son-ending injury.

2010 (Junior): All-Big Sky Honorable Mention...Started all 19 games on defense...Attempted four shots, placing two on goal...Played every minute in 18 games...Third on the team with 1,729 minutes played...Anchored Lumberjack defense that broke school and Big Sky records with a six game shutout streak that lasted 569 minutes and two seconds and allowed just 16 goals in 19 games...Ended season ranked No. 12 on Top Drawer Soccer Big Sky Top 20 list. 2009 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 21 games with 20 starts on defense...Had one assist for one point...Attempted four shots...Assist came in 4-0 win over Murray State...Played every minute in 18 games, including every minute of Big Sky regular season play, all Big Sky Championship games and NCAA Tournament game at No. 1 Stanford...Anchored Lumberjack defense that allowed only 35 goals in 21 games and recorded five shutouts.

High School: A 2008 graduate of Escondido High School…Two-sport four-year athlete in soccer and softball…Four-year starter and letterwinner under head soccer coach Hector Hernandez…Served as team captain for three seasons…Three-time first team Valley League selection…Team placed second in Valley League from 2005-07…Four-year starter and letterwinner under head softball coach Kari Weiler…Team captain for two seasons...Received the Marilyn Shriver award in recognition of leadership, integrity, and grit on and of the field. Club: Played for Rancho Santa Fe Attack and went to semifinals in regionals in her last two seasons...Team finished fourth place in the Coast League in her last season. Personal: Georgia Jean Foltz was born February 13, 1990 in Orange, Calif....Daughter of Steve and Gretchen Foltz…One younger sister, Shelby, who played for NAU from 2010-11…Considered Wyoming, Arizona, San Diego State, and Denver before signing with NAU.

Career Statistics Year GP/S 2008 18/13 2009 21/20 2010 19/19 2011 2/2 Totals 60/54

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minutes at Southern Utah.

Laura Johnson | #17 | Sr.-3L | 5-7 | Midfielder | Gilbert, Ariz. Academic Notes: Majoring in elemen- 2009 (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games with one start vs. Iowa...Attary education...Was on principals hon- tempted three shots, placing two on goal...Recorded shots against Arizoor roll every semester of high school na, Loyola Maymount and Murray State...Played career-high 61 minutes and posted a 4.4 GPA in honors cours- against Oakland...Saw action in two regular season Big Sky games and es...Three-time Big Sky All-Academ- played 11 minutes in Big Sky Championship final win over Idaho State... ic selection in 2009, 2010 and 2011... Led all NAU freshmen in games played, shots and minutes played. Three-time Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete Award recipient...Athletic Director High School: Two-year letter winner in soccer at Lee’s Summit North High School, two-year letter winner in soccer at Gilbert High School... Honor Roll in 2011-12. Two-time Fiesta Region Champions...Fiesta Region Honorable Mention 2011 (Junior): Played in 10 games as a in 2007-08....State Semifinalist at Lee’s Summit North in Missouri in reserve...Scored first career goal at Ne- 2006-07 and two-time district and conference champion...Also played braska...Attempted three shots, placing for Arsenal 92 Premier for Gilbert Soccer Club...Arizona State cup finalone on goal, with two coming against ist in 2008 and Presidents Day Tournament semi-finalist in 2009...Also Evansville...Played a season-high 58 played for KC Legends, which was a two-time state cup semi-finalist in Kansas

2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in 12 games with two starts...Attempted four shots, placing all four on goal...Started against New Mexico State and Southern Utah...Saw action in four Big Sky regular season games... Played season-high 42 minutes against New Mexico State.

Personal: Laura Anne Johnson was born August 7, 1991 in Shawnee Mission, Kansas...Daughter of Bob and Rebecca Johnson...One brother, James...Hobbies include baking...Most memorable athletic achievement was scoring the winning penalty kick in a tournament championship game at age 8.

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Diane Buzzard | #14 | So.-1L | 5-9 | Defender | Flagstaff, Ariz. Academic Notes: Majoring in environmental engineering…Named to Grand Canyon region All-Academic team as a high school senior...4.25 high school GPA and class salutatorian (second out of 431 students in class)...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2011...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011...Athletic Director Honor Roll in 2011-12.

Alana D’Onofrio | #4 | Jr.-2L | 5-6 | Defender | Pleasanton, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in biology with the goal of attending medical school...3.50 GPA, scholar athlete and honor roll member in high school....Two-time Big Sky All-Academic selection in 2010 and 2011... Two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete award recipient in 2010 and 2011...4.00 GPA for 2010-11 school year and Dean’s list selection.

2011 (Freshman): Played in 10 games with eight starts...Started final eight games of the season...Recorded assist against on team’s only goal against Weber State...Attempted two shots, placing both shots on goal, at Air Force and at Montana...Played every minute in seven games...Team allowed only nine goals in games played...Team was 3-2-5 in games played.

2011 (Sophomore): Played in 17 games with 16 starts...Attempted two shots...Shots came against Drake and Evansville...Team allowed just 1.88 goals per game in games she played compared to season average of 2.26 goals allowed per game...Played every minute in 14 games...Played 1,193 out of 1,200 total minutes over the final 12 games of the season.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter in soccer, two-year letter winner and starter in track and field…Team won soccer state championship in 2007-08 and 2010-11, finished second in the state in 2009-10…Named to Arizona Republic All-Arizona high school girls team for 2010-11...Named to AllGrand Canyon region girls soccer first team for 2010-11...Made the all-star team at Stanford camp vs. Stanford’s team and made the all-star team at NAU summer camp in 2009 and 2010…Also played for Scottsdale Blackhawks club team… Finished third in state for 300 meter hurdles and sixth in state for 100 meter hurdles…Was first in region and third in state for girls track in 2009.

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in all 19 games with 17 starts...Became immediate defensive starter after season-ending injury to Rebekah Schmidt...Totaled one goal for two points...Scored first career goal against Montana...Took six shots, placing four on goal...Played every minute in 15 games...Anchored Lumberjack defense that broke school and Big Sky records with a six game shutout streak that lasted 569 minutes and two seconds and allowed just 16 goals in 19 games... Ended season ranked No. 20 on Top Drawer Soccer Big Sky Top 20 list.

Personal: Diane Ellen Buzzard was born May 14, 1993 in Flagstaff, Ariz.... Daughter of Anne and Mark Buzzard…Two older brothers, Brian and Keith… Mother, Anne, works as the development director in the NAU College of Social and Behavioral Sciences...Brother, Brian, played football at Northern Arizona... Hobbies include hiking and playing piano...Also considered Arizona, Cal Poly and Colorado School of Mines during the recruiting process.

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Personal: Alana Christine D’Onofrio was born August 4, 1992 in Castro Valley, Calif....Daughter of Mike and Kathy D’Onofrio...Two older brothers, Vincent and Gerard...Vincent competed in track and field at Oregon...Grandfather Andrew Sullivan played football at San Francisco...Most exciting childhood memory was visiting the Statue of David in Florence, Italy...Also considered San Francisco, Rutgers and Oregon State before enrolling at NAU...Hobbies include playing and watching every sport, making bracelets and eating her mom’s Italian food.

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High School: One-year letter winner and starter in soccer, one-year letter winner in track and field, three-year letter winner in basketball at Amador Valley HS…Earned Varsity Soccer Coaches Award in 2010...Captain of Rage club soccer team for seven years and starter for nine years…Advanced to state semifinals in 2006 and Rage showcase semifinalist in 2009…MVP and team captain of basketball team in 2009, led team to league championship in 2007...Qualified for track and field NCS Championship on 4x400 relay team.

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Mary Harrah | #20 | So.-1L | 5-4 | Midfielder | Solana Beach, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in business marketing...3.80 high school GPA...Fourtime San Diego Union Tribune and Torrey Pines HS scholar athlete...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2011...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011... Athletic Director Honor Roll in 2011-12.

Jessica Kettelkamp | #21 | Jr.-SQ* | 5-9 | Defender | Phoenix, Ariz. Academic Notes: Majoring in civil engineering with a minor in mechanical engineering...3.75 high school GPA and 2009 Student of Science award winner...Twotime Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete award recipient in 2010 and 2011. 2011 (RS Sophomore): Played in seven games with one start...Made first career start against Idaho State...Did not attempt a shot...Saw action in five Big Sky games... Played a career-high 39 minutes against Idaho State...Team was 2-1-4 in games played.

2011 (Freshman): Played in 12 games with six starts...Started six straight games between Sept. 9-30 in the defensive backline... Recorded one assist for one point against Embry-Riddle...Attempted three shots, all coming against Embry-Riddle...Played every minute in two games. High School: Four-year letter winner, three-year starter in soccer and volleyball at Torrey Pines HS...Named all-league in 2010 and 2011...Team was league, CIF, and southern California champion in 2011....Team also was league champion in 2009 and 2010, finished second in CIF playoffs in 2009 and third in 2010, and finished fifth in the state in 2009...Also played for Carlsbad Elite and Rancho Santa Fe Attack club teams...Two-time all-league selection for volleyball, helping team win two league championships. Personal: Mary Elizabeth Harrah was born July 17, 1992 in San Diego, Calif.... Daughter of Jim and Teri Harrah...Three brothers, Rob, James, and Ryan...Father, Jim, was the boy’s and girl’s volleyball coach at Torrey Pines HS and was recently inducted into the San Diego County High School Coaching Legends at the San Diego Hall of Champions...Mother, Teri, played soccer at UC Santa Barbara... Participated in the three day breast cancer walk in 2008 and 2010...Hobbies include snowboarding, going to the beach and spending time with her family...Also considered Washington and UC Santa Barbara during the recruiting process.

2010 (Sophomore): Utilized redshirt year. Paradise Valley CC: Started for one year for Pumas...Team went 19-4-1, was district and region champions and finished third in the nation...Named team defensive MVP and made All-Arizona team. High School: Four-year letter winner and starter in soccer at Pinnacle HS...Team captain during senior season...Team was state runner-up twice...Also played club soccer for SC Del Sol for seven years and was a starter for five years...Club team won a state championship and was also a runner-up. Personal: Jessica Lynn Kettelkamp was born May 20, 1991 in Scottsdale, Ariz.... Daughter of Brad and Christine Kettelkamp...Two sisters, Charisse and Missy... Charisse graduated from NAU in 2009...Most memorable athletic moment was scoring the game winning goal in the last 90 seconds in the regional semifinals against PVCC rival Chandler-Gilbert...Also considered Colorado School of Mines and Embry-Riddle before transferring to NAU...Hobbies include music, traveling and cooking.

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Shawnee Morgan | #11 | Jr.-2L | 5-9 | Defender | Escondido, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in biology... Aspires for a career in health care...3.20 GPA in high school, named to Honor Roll all four years..All-Big Sky Academic selection in 2010...Golden Eagle scholar-athlete award recipient in 2010. 2011 (Sophomore): Played in 18 games with six starts...Made first career start against Embry-Riddle...Started five straight games from Oct. 2-16 in the defensive backline...Attempted 11 shots, placing five on goal...Attempted career-high four shots against Evansville...Played a career-high 103 minutes against Weber State...Played more minutes in 11 games this season than previous career-high minutes played...Team was 2-0-4 in games started. 2010 (Freshman): Played in 13 games as a reserve...Totaled one assist for one point...Assist came against Montana...Attempted one shot, placing it on goal... Appeared in four Big Sky games...Played previous career-high 20 minutes in season opening game against Arizona State.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter in soccer and softball, two-year letter winner and starter in field hockey at San Pasqual HS…2009 All-league soccer selection…2008 Valley league soccer champions, 2009 Division-I CIF semifinalist…Earned varsity soccer Coaches award in 2009…Also played club soccer with Rancho Santa Fe Attack...Club team won Nomads tournament and San Diego Pegasus tournament championships. Personal: Shawnee Marie Morgan was born Feb. 7, 1992 in San Diego, Calif.... Daughter of Bradley and Elizabeth Morgan...One younger brother, Clayton... Father, Bradley, played baseball at San Diego State, mother, Elizabeth, ran tack and field at College of the Sequoias...Most exciting childhood memory was the San Diego Padres playing in the 1998 World Series...Chose Northern Arizona because of the beautiful campus, great learning environment and strong soccer program...Also considered San Diego State, USD, Chico State and Sonoma State before enrolling at NAU...Hobbies include reading, skiing, wakeboarding, photography and ceramics.

Elinor Priest | #3 | Jr.-1L* | 5-9 | Forward | Portland, Ore. Academic Notes: Double major in English and psychology...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2011...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011...Athletic Director Honor Roll in 2011-12. 2011 (RS Sophomore): Played in 18 games with six starts...Totaled one goal for two points...Scored first collegiate goal against Embry-Riddle...Attempted nine shots, placing four on goal...Attempted two shots each against Embry-Riddle, TCU and Air Force...Played a career-high 90 minutes at Nebraska. 2010: Utilized redshirt season as a transfer.

Portland (2009): Appeared in nine games for the nationally ranked Pilots, recording two assists for two points on three shots...Had assists in consecutive games against Montana on October 2 and Gonzaga on October 10. High School: Four-year letter winner in soccer, three-year letter winner in track and field at St. Mary’s Academy...Four-time All-Mount Hood Conference selection, receiving first team honors in 2007...Team captain and offensive MVP as a senior...Led team in goals during junior and senior seasons after beginning career as a defender...Also played club soccer for FC Portland, OSA Fire and Lake Oswego Soul Crew...Named MVP of FC Portland U-16 team...Member of track state champion 4x100 relay team in 2008. Personal: Elinor H Priest was born July 31, 1991 in Portland, Ore...Daughter of Molly and Eric Priest...Mother, Molly, plaved tennis at DePaul and father, Eric, was a fencer at Illinois.

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Emily Roth | #5 | So.-1L | 5-9 | Midfielder | Coto De Caza, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in environmental science - biology…3.70 high school grade point average…California Scholarship Federation and honor roll...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2011...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011...Athletic Director Honor Roll in 2011-12. 2011 (Freshman): Played in 14 games with seven starts...Made first career start against Drake...Started seven of nine games between Aug. 26 and Sept. 25...Attempted one shot against Drake...Played every minute in five games...Played more than a 100 minutes in three games.

High School: Three-year letter winner and starter in soccer, one-year letter winner in golf at Santa Margarita Catholic…Played for Chuck Morales...Named most valuable defensive player as a freshman…Team was 2009-10 Trinity league champions and CIF semi-finalist…Named MVP of golf team as a freshman… Also played for So Cal Blues club soccer team for five years for coach Dido Tshimanga…Club team is nationally ranked and reached several premier level and national soccer tournaments. Personal: Emily Catherine Roth was born Nov. 9, 1992 in Orange, Calif.… Daughter of Peter and Sheila Roth…One older brother, Matthew…Has been a bible school teacher for three years and taught special needs athletes for the Top Soccer organization…Enjoys reading, music and film...Also considered St. John’s, Dartmouth College and Lehigh in the recruiting process.

Jordan Stenger | #8 | Jr.-1L | 5-3 | Midfielder | Baltimore, Md. Academic Notes: Majoring in biology...4.00 GPA in high school, named to Dean’s List six-consecutive quarters and was a member of the National Honor Society...Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete award recipient in 2010.

2011 (Sophomore): Played in 14 games with five starts...Made first career start against Northern Iowa...Earned starts against Northern Iowa, Nebraska, Northern Colorado, Air Force and Sacramento State...Attempted seven shots, placing two on goal...Took a career-high three shots against Embry-Riddle...Played a career-high 85 minutes at Nebraska...Played more minutes in 11 games this season than previous career-high minutes played. 2010 (Freshman): Played in four games as a reserve...Did not attempt a shot... Saw action against Arizona, Air Force, Southern Utah, and Montana...Team went 3-0-1 in games played, outscoring the opposition 10-1...Played previous career-high 26 minutes against Arizona. High School: Four-year letter winner and starter in soccer, three-year letter winner and starter in softball at Mercy HS in Maryland…Leading scorer of soccer team in 2007, captain of team 2008-10…First-team Baltimore City 2008, second-team All Metro in 2009…High school championship finalists in 2009, semifinalists in 2008…Won Frederick Cup championship in 2006 and Voorhees Classic championship in 2007 with Baltimore Bays club team. Personal: Jordan Nicole Stenger was born Sept. 27, 1991 in Boise, Idaho... Daughter of Christopher Stenger and Jamie Mignano...Has a younger brother, Austin, and two younger sisters, Courtney and Kennedy...Most memorable athletic moment was advancing to the Maryland high school state championship in 2009...Chose NAU because of it’s atmosphere and athletic and academic opportunities...Hobbies include reading, traveling and scuba diving.

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Malia Tano | #19 | Fr.-RS* | 5-7 | Forward | Lake Forest, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in hotel and restaurant management…3.30 high school GPA...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011...Athletic Director Honor Roll in 2011-12. 2011 (Freshman): Utilized redshirt year.

High School: Three-year letter winner, four-year starter, one-year team captain in soccer at El Toro HS���Also started one year in cross country and track and field… Soccer team reached CIF semifinals during sophomore season…Received most improved award during sophomore season… Also played for So Cal Blues club soccer team…Club team went undefeated in 2010. Personal: Malia Kiana Tano was born April 8, 1993 in Irvine, Calif....Daughter of Karen and Ken Tano…One older sister, Chelsea...Stepfather Ali Malaekeh is a club soccer coach in southern California...Hobbies include shopping, going to the beach and traveling.

Sarah Tarver | #15 | So.-1L | 5-11 | Midfielder | Juneau, Alaska Academic Notes: Majoring in accountancy…Won GPA award senior year of high school...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011.

2011 (Freshman): All-Big Sky honorable mention...Played in all 19 games with 16 starts...Started first 15 games of the season... Earned starts in four of seven conference games...Totaled two goals for four points... Scored goals against Southern Utah and Northern Iowa...Tied for third on the team in goals (2)...Attempted 11 shots, placing seven on goal...Took two shots each against Northern Iowa and Embry-Riddle...Placed both shots on goal against Northern Iowa... Third on team in shots on goal percentage (.636)...Played over 100 minutes in three games. High School: Four-year letter winner and in soccer and basketball, three-year letter winner in volleyball at Juneau Douglas High School…Four-year starter and one-year team captain for soccer team…All-America soccer selection for 2009-10…Two-time all-state choice…Led team in scoring as a junior and senior…Played club soccer for North Stars...Also ran cross country in high school…Led basketball team to state championship in 2010…Played in ASAA Basketball All-Star game in 2011. Personal: Sarah Renee Tarver was born Dec. 29, 1992 in Glendale, Ariz.... Daughter of Jim and Robin Mason…Two sisters, Rachel and Katie…Rachel has been a student at NAU since 2009...Hobbies include hunting and fishing.

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Lauren Weaver | #26 | Jr.-1L | 5-6 | Goalkeeper | Winnetka, Calif. Academic Notes: Majoring in hotel and restaurant management...3.80 high school GPA, graduated in top 5% of class...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2011...Two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete award recipient in 2010 and 2011.

2011 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky honorable mention...Played in 17 games with 16 starts...Recorded a 3-7-7 record with a 1.58 goals against average, .789 save percentage and two shutouts...Made 105 saves in 1,594 minutes in goal...Allowed one goal or less in 10 games...Played every minute in 13 games, including six of seven conference games...Allowed just eight goals with a 1.06 goals against average and made 47 saves in seven conference games...Recorded first collegiate solo shutout against Evansville...Also recorded a shutout at Air Force...Made a career-high 11 saves against Ball State and Portland State...Became the seventh goalkeeper in program history to make as many as 11 saves in one game and just the second to do it more than once...Led the Big Sky in saves (105) and saves per game (6.18)...Fifth-most saves in a season in program history (105)...Ranked No. 129 in Division I in save percentage (.789). 2010 (Freshman): Started and played in six games...Recorded a 2-2-2 record with a 1.32 goals against average, .795 save percentage, and one shared shutout... Allowed eight goals and made 31 saves...Played every minute in five games... Allowed one goal or less in four of six games...Made career-high and team season-high nine saves against New Mexico State...Recorded first collegiate victory against Cal State Fullerton...Recorded first collegiate shutout against Air Force (shared with Tori Rocke).

Kelly Whelan | #13 | So.-SQ | 5-5 | Midfielder | Laguna Niguel, Calif.

Academic Notes: Majoring in early childhood education…3.30 high school GPA. 2011 (Freshman): Played in three games as a reserve...Saw action against Arizona State, Evansville and Eastern Washington...Did not attempt a shot...Played a career-high 15 minutes against Eastern Washington... Averaged 13 minutes per game.

High School: Four-year letter winner, three-year starter, one-year team captain in soccer…Also competed two years in track and field and one year in cross country… Soccer team won 2011 Sea View league championship and a first-round game in the CIF playoffs…Also played for So Cal Blues and Laguna Hills Eclipse club soccer teams…Club team went undefeated in 2010. Personal: Kelly Kathleen Whelan was born Nov. 30, 1992 in Mission Viejo, Calif....Daughter of Michael and Patti Whelan…One older sister, Sarah, played soccer at San Francisco State...Worked with Big Brothers and Big Sisters clubs in high school...Has been a vegetarian for her whole life...Also considered Boston University during the recruiting process.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter in soccer, one-year starter in volleyball at Chatsworth HS…First-team All-city and All-league for three seasons playing goalkeeper, defender and midfield…scored winning goal to win 2009 CIF Los Angeles City Section championship…Member of Cal South Olympic Development Program 2004-07…Member of Real So Cal club team for six years…won several state and tournament championships, ranking third in the nation for under-18 girls…Club team also played four games against Mexican national team in preparation for 2008 World Cup qualifying. Personal: Lauren Lowell Weaver was born May 20, 1992 in Victorville, Calif.... Daughter of Susan Weaver...One older sister, Stephanie, played soccer at Pierce Community College...Also considered Central Florida and Marquette before enrolling at NAU...Hobbies include candy making, baking, cooking and painting.

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GAA 1.32 1.58 1.51

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Savannah Berry | #2 | So.-TR | 5-6 | Midfielder | Encinitas, Calif. Academic Notes: Plans to major in exercise science...Wants to pursue a degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training...3.50 high school GPA...Member of Honors Society at Florida.

Florida (2011): Appeared in one game for Florida, who reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament...Played 31 minutes and attempted one shot against Florida Gulf Coast. High School: Four-year letter winner and starter and one-year captain in soccer at Carlsbad HS...Also was a three-year letter winner and starter in track and one-year letter winner and starter in cross country at Carlsbad...Helped her soccer team to all-league finals in her junior and senior years...Had three hat trick games as a senior...First team all-league as a senior and second team all-conference as a junior...Team MVP and captain as a senior...Named “Hurdler of the Year� as a freshman for track...Qualified for the league finals in the 100m and 300m hurdles as a freshman...Also played for Slammers FC club soccer team...Club team participated in 2010 Elite Clubs National League Summer and Winter Showcases. Personal: Savannah Rose Berry was born Jan. 6, 1993 in La Jolla, Calif....Daughter of Roger and Julie Berry...One younger sister, Selena...Enjoys surfing and working on her car...Most memorable moment was scoring two goals to beat her rival high school 2-1 as a freshman...Chose NAU because she loved the location and the academics are strong.

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Torey Braly | #12 | Fr.-HS | 5-7 | Forward | Cottonwood, Ariz. Academic Notes: Plans to major in Spanish...4.00 high school GPA and ranked ninth in her high school class...Member of her high school National Honor Society and Student Council...Arizona Regents Scholarship recipient.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter, two-year team captain in soccer at Mingus HS...Also competed in track at Mingus...Team won soccer 4A-II state championship in 2010 and reached the state semifinals in 2011...Selected to the Arizona Republic All-Arizona Team in 2012... Named the Grand Canyon Region and AZ Coaches Association Division 4A-II Player of the Years in 2011...Selected to Arizona Republic 4A First Team All-State, Division 4A-II First Team All-State and All 4A First Team in 2011...School record holder in goals scored in a season as a freshman with 17, goals scored in a season with 39 and goals scored in a game with six...Was the 2012 Division III 100 and 300 meter intermediate hurdle state champion in track...Ran times of 15.13 seconds (100m) and 45.09 seconds (300m)...Part of the school record 4x100 relay team which finished runner-up in the state at 50.10 seconds...Also played for Verde Valley Venom club soccer team...Participated at the NAU soccer camp. Personal: Torey Rose Marie Braly was born Dec. 6, 1993 in Cottonwood, Ariz.... Daughter of Doug and Stella Braly...One older sister, Deserata...Father, Doug, attended NAU...Sister, Deserata, currently attends NAU and plays on the club soccer team...Most exciting event was winning the 2011 300-meter hurdle state championship...Also considered the U.S. Naval Academy (track) and San Diego State during the recruiting process.

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Ashlynn Curnow | #22 | Fr.-HS | 5-8 | Defender | Boise, Idaho Academic Notes: Plans to study exercise science...3.30 high school GPA...Member of her high school Spanish Club, Key Club, Earth Club and History Club.

High School: One-year letter winner and starter in soccer at Bishop Kelly HS...Also was a four-year letter winner and starter in cross country and two-year letter winner and starter in track at Bishop Kelly...Helped her soccer team to a district championship and third place finish in the state...Helped her cross country team to three straight district championships...Placed 10th in the state in 2009 and sixth in the state individually in 2010...Finished 26th individually at the Nike Cross Regionals and helped team to a second place finish to advance to Nationals...Helped her track team to a district championship in 2011 and second place finish in the state...Was a part of 4x400 team that set the state record in 2011...Also played for FC Nova club soccer team...Club team was two-time state and regional champions. Personal: Ashlynn Jayne Curnow was born Dec. 14, 1993 in Boise, Idaho... Daughter of Adrian and Barbara Curnow...Three brothers, Brendan, Austin and Braedy...Enjoys being outdoors...Most exciting event was beating a top-20 Oregon Rush team at regionals in 2011...Chose NAU because she liked the school and the scenery and it reminded her of Boise...Also considered Chico, Westminster, Cal Poly and San Francisco during the recruiting process.

Lauren Doud | #24 | Fr.-HS | 5-9 | Midfielder | Phoenix, Ariz. Academic Notes: Plans to major in exercise science with intention of going into physical therapy...Member of her high school National Honor Society, Society of Women Scholars, Student Government, Freshmen Mentors and Principal’s List.

High School: Three-year letter winner and starter, one-year team captain in soccer at Pinnacle HS...Team was a Division I state semifinalist in 2012 and was a 5A-II state finalist in 2009...Helped team to a 5A-II state championship in 2011...Named to AIA All-Section III Team, Arizona Republic Division I All-State First Team and Arizona Republic All-Phoenix First Team in 2012...Named Desert Valley First Team All-Region, East Valley Tribune Second Team All-State in 2011...Received honorable mention All-Pima Region in 2009... Received Pinnacle HS “Heart Award” in 2011 and 2012 and “Outstanding Freshman” in 2009...Also played for SC Del Sol club soccer team...Club team was state runner-up in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011 and won the state cup in 2012... Club team was also a Elite Club National League Challenge A finalist in 2011 and 2012 and Challenge B finalist in 2010. Personal: Lauren Elizabeth Doud was born on April 8, 1994 in Phoenix, Ariz.... Daughter of Mark and Jean Doud...One younger sister, Morgan...Cousin, Elizabeth, played soccer at Bethel...Most memorable moment was winning the state championship during her junior year in high school...Overcame ACL and meniscus surgery in 2009...Chose NAU because of the great facilities, personable coaching staff, the location, competitive soccer program and the Physical Therapy program.

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Cierra Gamble | #7 | Fr.-HS | 5-5 | Midfielder | Corona, Calif. Academic Notes: Plans to major in exercise science with the intention of going into physical therapy...3.90 high school GPA, ranked 151st out of 869 students in her class...Three-time Academic Scholar in high school.

Natalie Gilbertson | #1 | Fr.-HS | 5-7 | Goalkeeper | Las Vegas, Nev. Academic Notes: Plans to study physical therapy...3.90 weighted high school GPA, ranked 120th out of 675 students in her class...Member of yearbook club...Graduated with the Advanced Honors diploma.

High School: Two-year letter winner and starter and one-year captain in soccer at Santiago HS...Also one-year letter winner and starter in cross country and track at Santiago...Team was the Big VIII champions and CIF quarterfinalists in 2011...Selected to All-CIF first team, All-Area first team and Big VIII League second team in 2011...Also played for West Coast FC club

High School: Four-year letter winner, three-year starter and one-year team captain in soccer at Centennial HS...Team won state championship in 2009 and was state runner-up in 2011...Named the team defensive playoff MVP in 2011 and Centennial HS Athlete of the Month in January 2012...Also played for Premier SC club soccer team...Club team is three-time state champions.

Personal: Cierra Rose Gamble was born Oct. 1, 1994 in La Habra, Calif....Daughter of Rodney and Elisa Gamble...One younger sister, Carly...Enjoys hiking... Most memorable moment was scoring on an overtime header in the playoffs to put her high school team through to the quarterfinals...Chose NAU because of the amazing location and facilities, an academic program she’s interested in and a competitive soccer program.

Personal: Natalie Ann Gilbertson was born Jan. 21, 1994 in Las Vegas, Nev.... Daughter of Todd Gilbertson and LeeAnn Mandarino...Father, Todd, played football at University of Nebraska at Kearney...Hobbies include playing ping pong and swimming...Overcame a torn plantar fascia injury in 2009...Most exciting event was stopping three penalty kicks to beat the national champions at the Blues Cup in 2011...Chose NAU because she loved the campus, the health sciences program and the soccer program.

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Alexia Gonzalez | #31 | Fr.-HS | 5-7 | Midfielder | Las Vegas, Nev. Academic Notes: Plans to study business...4.60 high school GPA, ranked 15th out of 442 students in her class...Member of her high school National Honor Society, Student Council and AP club.

High School: Three-year starter and oneyear team captain in soccer at Liberty HS... Her team is Academic State Champions... Was a scholar athlete, MVP and Offensive Player of the Year at Liberty HS...Also played for Las Vegas Premier ‘94 White club soccer team...Club team is four-time state champions and champions of the Player Showcase, College Showcase, Wolfpack Invitational, Elite League, Coaches Class and Mayors Cup...Awarded her club team’s MVP in 2009-10...Played in the NAU camp all-star game. Personal: Alexia Gonzalez was born May 17, 1994 in Q. Roo, Cancun, Mexico... Daughter of Javier and Martha Gonzalez...Two older sisters, Yania and Areli, and one younger sister, Aridahi...All three of her sisters played club soccer...Hobbies include going to the beach and amusement parks...Most exciting event was the birth of her nephew...Person she admires most is her mom because she is an “amazing role model.”

Maya Huffman | #28 | Fr.-HS | 5-10 | Defender | Flagstaff, Ariz. Academic Notes: Plans to major in civil engineering or architecture...4.12 high school GPA and ranked eighth out of 342 students in her high school class...Fouryear high school honor roll and academic letter recipient...Graduated in top five-percent of her high school class.

High School: Four-year letter winner and three-year starter in soccer and one-year letterwinner and starter in volleyball at Flagstaff HS...Team won state championship in 2011...Helped team to 11-0 season in 2012...Named the Division 4A-II Defensive Player of the Year from 2010-12...Selected to All-Region Second Team in 2010 and 2011 and All-City Team in 2012...Received Most Improved award for volleyball...Also played for Flagstaff United club soccer team...Club team was the Vegas Invitational champs in 2011...Played in the NAU soccer camp all-star game. Personal: Maya Jade Huffman was born Sept. 25, 1993 in Corvallis, Ore.... Daughter of David Huffman and Kara Tate...One younger sister, Emma...Mother, Kara, attended NAU and rowed crew at Western Washington...Father, David, was a collegiate wrestler...Hobbies include drawing, running and mountain biking...One of her most memorable events was watching the U.S. Women’s National soccer team play in Phoenix...Also considered Western Washington and Cal State Monterey Bay during the recruiting process.

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Syrina Lopez | #32 | Fr.-HS | 5-6 | Defender | Las Vegas, Nev. Academic Notes: Plans to major in biology with an emphasis on environmental biology, genetics or dentistry/orthodontics...3.90 weighted high school GPA, ranked 79th out of 570 students in her class...Member of her high school National Honor Society and Honor Roll...Graduated with the Honors diploma...Named Academic All-American in high school.

High School: Three-year letter winner and starter and two-year captain in soccer at Silverado HS...Team was Sunrise Region semifinalist in 2009 and 2010...Selected to 2010 Class 4A - All Southern Nevada, All Sunrise Region and All Southeast League in 2010... Selected team’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010...Named threetime scholar athlete from 2008-2010...Was the only freshman selected to varsity team in 2008...Also played for Las Vegas Premier SC club soccer team...Club team was three-time State Cup champions in 2007, 2009 and 2011 and State Cup runner-up in 2008 and 2010...Club team was also 2007 Turkey Shoot champion, 2008 Coaches Classic champion and 2009 Elite League Spring champion and was was a finalist in several other tournaments. Personal: Syrina Marie Lopez was born Oct. 31, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nev.... Daughter of Archie Lopez and Sharon Cornell...One younger sister, Miranda... Mother, Sharon, played volleyball at New Mexico...Hobbies include hiking and shopping...Overcame torn ACL in 2011...Two most exciting events were watching 2003 Women’s World Cup in Los Angeles with her grandfather and listening to Julie Foudy speak at an event at 10-years old...Also considered St. Mary’s College and Portland during the recruiting process.

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Cassidy McLean | #6 | Fr.-HS | 5-2 | Forward | Henderson, Nev. Academic Notes: Plans to study anthropology...3.489 high school GPA, ranked 98th out of 667 students in her class...Has had a 3.50 GPA every year between 2008-11.

High School: Three-year letter winner, four-year starter and one-year team captain in soccer at Green Valley HS...Helped team compile a 47-14-4 record in her first three years...Team won Class AAAA NIAA state championship in 2011...Team was the Southeast Division champions in 2010 and 2011 and Sunrise Region Conference champions in 2011...All Southeast Division selection in 2010 and 2011...All Sunrise Region and All State selection in 2011...February 2011 Athlete of the Month...Also played for Las Vegas Premier ‘94 White club soccer team...Club team is a four-time state champion in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011...Club team also was the College Showcase champions in 2010 and 2011, Players Showcase champions in 2011, Soccer at the Summit champions in 2010 and Wolfpack Invitational champions in 2010. Personal: Cassidy Marie McLean was born Nov. 5, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nev.... Daughter of James and Mary Ann McLean...Two older brothers, Dustin and Greg, two older sisters, Marguerite and Deanna, and one younger sister, Callie...Father, James, went to undergraduate and graduate school at NAU...Brother, Dustin, played lacrosse at Nevada, Reno...Hobbies include rock climbing, hiking, biking and kayaking...Most memorable moment was both her club and high school teams winning their respective state championship as a high school junior...Admires her brother because he “did not give up on his dream even when things got difficult and has worked hard to get where he is in life”...Also considered Saint Mary’s College of California and Loyola University Chicago during the recruiting process.

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Sarah Pate | #16 | Fr.-HS | 5-5 | Forward | Henderson, Nev. Academic Notes: Plans to major in education.

High School: Three-year letter winner in soccer and two-year letter winner in tennis at Coronado HS...Team was division champs twice and regional champs twice as well as state runner-up once in her career... Named First Team Southeast Division, First Team Sunrise Region and First Team AllState...Received team offensive MVP award and also named a scholar athlete...Also played for Las Vegas Premier White club soccer team...Club team is a two-time state champion...Named club team MVP...Member of two-time regional champion tennis team at Coronado and team also was a state runner-up. Personal: Sarah Lauren Pate was born Nov. 2, 1993 in Henderson, Nev....Daughter of David and Deborah Pate...Two older brothers, Dakota and Colton...Father, David, was a tennis pro...Both of her brothers, Dakota and Colton, played tennis at Idaho State...Cousin, Christian, played golf at Odessa College...Enjoys singing...Overcame a torn ACL in 2011...Most memorable moment was scoring the winning goal in the state cup championship game versus their rivals.

Demi Schmieder | #25 | Fr.-HS | 5-2 | Forward | Flagstaff, Ariz. Academic Notes: Undecided on major...3.50 high school GPA...Member of the Coconino Institute of Technology.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter, two-year captain in soccer and three-year letter winner and starter, twoyear captain in volleyball at Coconino HS... Team was in the top-16 in the state in 2009 and 2011 and was a state semifinalist in 2010...Holds school records for most goals in a season with 22 and most hat tricks in a season with three...In 2011, named All-State Arizona 4A honorable mention, Grand Canyon Region First Team and Arizona Daily Sun All-City First Team...In 2010, named Arizona Daily Sun All-City Player of the Year, Grand Canyon Player of the Year and Grand Canyon Region First Team...In 2009, named Arizona Daily Sun All-City First Team and Grand Canyon Region Second team...Also played for Flagstaff Soccer Club team...Club team was the Las Vegas Premier SC Invite and Blackhawks Invite champs in 2011 as well as Northern Arizona invite champs and Las Vegas Premier SC invite semi-finalist in 2010...Named the Flagstaff Soccer Club U17G Player of the Year in 2010...Made the all-star team at NAU summer camp in 2009 and 2011. Personal: Demi Rae Schmieder was born Feb. 28, 1994 in Flagstaff, Ariz.... Daughter of Mike and Brendi Schmieder...One older brother, Devon, and one younger sister, Dayli...Father, Mike, wrestled at NAU...Brother, Devon, wrestled at Mesa State...Cousin, Kristen, was a gymnast at UA...Hobbies include reading, writing, hiking and snowboarding...Most exciting event was going to Europe with her sister and grandparents...Also considered New Mexico and Arizona during the recruiting process.

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Nicole Sherwin | #10 | Fr.-HS | 5-5 | Midfielder | San Diego, Calif. Academic Notes: Plans to study health care or biomedical sciences...4.00 high school GPA...Member of her high school’s National Honor Society, California Scholarship Foundation and National Hispanic Recognition Program.

High School: Four-year letter winner, three-year starter and one-year team captain in soccer at Torrey Pines HS...Team won the state championship and CIF in 2011...Team was also a CIF semifinalist in 2010 and finalist in 2009...Named a Baron’s Tournament All-Star...Received Union Tribune Honorable Mention and All-Academic Team in 2010-11...Named a four-time scholar athlete from 2009-12...Also played for San Diego Surf club soccer team... Club team has won numerous tournaments including the Elite Clubs National League championship in 2011...Participated in the ODP Pool in 2006-08, ODP State Team and Regional Pool in 2007 and ID2 Program in 2006. Personal: Nicole Cristina Sherwin was born March 8, 1994 in La Jolla, Calif.... Daughter of Tom and Soraya Sherwin...One younger sister, Daniela...Hobbies include playing the guitar, reading and writing...Most memorable moment was winning the ECNL Championship in 2011 because it was the last time that the whole team played together...Overcame surgeries on both her left and right ACLs...Lists being half Venezuelan as an interesting fact...Also considered UC San Diego, Villanova and San Diego State during the recruiting process.

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Emily Wadell | #18 | Fr.-HS | 5-7 | Defender | Yucaipa, Calif. Academic Notes: Plans to study dentistry, exercise science or public relations...3.80 high school GPA, ranked 74th out of 659 students in her class...Member of her high school Interact and Gate clubs.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter, one-year team captain in soccer at Yucaipa HS...Team was CBL Champions in 2009 and 2011 and CIF Div. 2 semifinalists in 2009...Helped team compile 77-16-9 record throughout her career through mid-January...Named First Team All-League as a junior in 2011, Second Team All-League as a sophomore in 2010... Named team’s Most Inspirational Player in 2011 and Most Valuable Defensive Player in 2010...Four-time Athletic Scholar recipient...Also played for So Cal Blues club soccer team...Club team was 2009 Coast Soccer league Premier Champions and Region IV Champions in 2009 and 2011...Participated in USYSA National Championships in 2009 and 2011 and USYSA National League in 2009 and 2010. Personal: Emily Marie Wadell was born June 4, 1994 in Torrance, Calif.... Daughter of Roger Wadell and Carla Swaim...One younger sister, Erica, and one younger brother, Daniel...Father, Roger, played soccer at Cal State Fullerton... Mother, Carla, ran cross country at El Camino JC...Hobbies include shopping, watching football and baseball and hanging out at the beach...Overcame a torn ACL in 2008...Admires her parents for “always supporting me in everything I’ve done”...Also considered UC Riverside, UC Davis, UC Irvine, Boise State and UC San Diego during the recruiting process.

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Haley Wingender | #9 | Fr.-HS | 5-7 | Forward | Henderson, Nev. Academic Notes: Plans to study physical therapy...3.50 high school GPA...Member of her high school National Spanish Honor Society.

High School: Four-year letter winner and starter, one-year captain in soccer and twoyear starter in track at Bishop Gorman HS... Team was a three-time Southwest Division champion...Team won 4A State championship in 2011...Tallied 93 goals and 51 assists in her career...Named the team’s best offensive player in 2009 and 2010, team MVP in 2010 and 2011 and the Southwest Division MVP in 2010 and 2011...Named Review Journal’s Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year her senior year...Made it to the regional finals in track in her junior and senior years...Also played for Premier 94 White club soccer team... Club team won the state championship five times...Named the club’s MVP...One of four players selected from club team for ECNL Player Development Camp. Personal: Haley Marie Wingender was born Nov. 2, 1993 in Palm Springs, Calif....Daughter of Eddie and Theresa Wingender...One older sisters, Lauren, and one younger sister, Devyn...Father, Eddie, tried out for the New York Jets...Enjoys singing...Most memorable mmoment was winning the state cup in 2011 because her team finally beat their rivals by more than a goal...Admires her dad the most because “he is the strongest person I know, always has a smile on his face and is my biggest fan.”

In-Season Birthdays

September

25 27

Maya Huffman Jordan Stenger

October

1 31

Cierra Gamble Syrina Lopez

November

2 2 5

Sarah Pate Haley Wingender Cassidy McLean

Arrivals No. Pos. Name

1 GK Natalie Gilbertson 2 M Savannah Berry 6 F Cassidy McLean 7 M Cierra Gamble 9 F Haley Wingender 10 M Nicole Sherwin 12 F Torey Braly 16 F Sarah Pate 18 D Emily Wadell 22 D Ashlynn Curnow 24 M Lauren Doud 25 F Demi Schmieder 28 D Maya Huffman 31 M Alexia Gonzalez 32 D Syrina Lopez

Hometown Las Vegas, Nev. Encinitas, Calif. Henderson, Nev. Corona, Calif. Henderson, Nev. San Diego, Calif. Cottonwood, Ariz. Henderson, Nev. Yucaipa, Calif. Boise, Idaho Phoenix, Ariz. Flagstaff, Ariz. Flagstaff, Ariz. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev.

Departures No. 1 2 6 7 9 10 16 22 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 33 99

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

Name Career Stats Natasha Slaughter 10 G, 6 Starts, 34 Saves Jenny Beaudoin 13 G, 1 Goal, 2 A, 4 Pts Lauren Zallis 44 G, 7 Goals, 3 A, 17 Pts Katie Tribbey 58 G, 3 Goals, 4 A, 10 Pts Jenna Samora 81 G, 25 Goals, 10 A, 60 Pts Sam Monahan 70 G, 13 Goals, 21 A, 47 Pts Chelsea Bednarz 34 G, 7 Goals, 2 A, 16 Pts Jordan Post 13 G, 2 Starts, 9 Shots Megan Jerome 4 Games Noel Guevara 20 G, 2 Goals, 1 A, 5 Pts Ethi Ethridge 20 G, 5 Starts, 4 Shots Kathryn Wertz 27 G, 1 Goal, 1 A, 3 Pts Ally Cwiekowski 54 G, 2 Goals, 1 A, 5 Pts Ashley Marrapode 78 G, 3 Goals, 3 A, 9 Pts Lindsay Olsen 2 G, 2 Shots Shelby Foltz Did Not Play Kendra Teesdale 3 G, 2 Saves

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2011 Statistics 2011 Northern Arizona Soccer Northern Arizona Combined Team Statistics (2011 Season) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * *

Aug 19 Aug 21 Aug 26 Aug 28 Sep 02 Sep 04 Sep 09 Sep 11 Sep 17 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 02 Oct 07 Oct 09 Oct 14 Oct 16 Oct 21 Oct 23

Opponent at Arizona State at Southern Utah DRAKE NORTHERN IOWA at Missouri at Nebraska BALL STATE EVANSVILLE EMBRY-RIDDLE at TCU at Texas Tech at Northern Colorado at Air Force IDAHO STATE WEBER STATE at Sacramento State at Portland State at Montana EASTERN WASHINGTON

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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OVERALL 3-9-7 2-2-3 1-7-4

L L Lo2 Lot L L To2 To2 W To2 L L To2 W To2 To2 To2 L W

Score 0-7 1-3 1-2 2-3 0-3 1-8 2-2 0-0 3-1 1-1 0-5 0-2 0-0 3-2 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-0

Att. 1014 220 723 261 482 546 253 253 732 1396 737 839 174 327 301 389 457 315 381

NAU

OPP

20-240 1.05 .083 100-240 .417 12.6 67 0-3

43-297 2.26 .145 163-297 .549 15.6 110 2-3

8 0

6 0

3231 8/404 0/0

6569 11/597

HOME 3-2-3 2-0-1 1-2-2 ##

10 9 16 15 25 7 3 17 2 30 28 20 14 11 22 29 8 27 31 4 5 99 26 24 23 21 18 13 6

Player

Monahan, Sam Samora, Jenna Bednarz, Chelsea Tarver, Sarah Guevara, Noel Tribbey, Katie Priest, Elinor Johnson, Laura Beaudoin, Jennifer Marrapode, Ashley Wertz, Kathryn Harrah, Mary Buzzard, Diane Morgan, Shawnee Post, Jordan Cwiekowski, Ally Stenger, Jordan Ethridge, Ethi Olsen, Lindsay D'Onofrio, Alana Roth, Emily Teesdale, Kendra Weaver, Lauren Jerome, Megan Foltz, Georgia Kettelkamp, Jessica Bergeson, Jordan Whelan, Kelly Zallis, Lauren Total Opponents

Goalie 26 Weaver, Lauren 1 Slaughter, Natasha 99 Teesdale, Kendra ##

Total Opponents

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

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a pts sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att 19 7 4 18 43 .163 18 .419 3 0-1 19 5 3 13 45 .111 22 .489 0 0-1 18 2 2 6 48 .042 17 .354 0 0-1 19 2 0 4 11 .182 7 .636 0 0-0 7 2 0 4 3 .667 2 .667 0 0-0 19 0 3 3 14 .000 10 .714 0 0-0 18 1 0 2 9 .111 4 .444 0 0-0 10 1 0 2 3 .333 1 .333 0 0-0 5 0 2 2 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 18 0 1 1 13 .000 6 .462 0 0-0 18 0 1 1 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 12 0 1 1 3 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 10 0 1 1 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 18 0 0 0 11 .000 5 .455 0 0-0 13 0 0 0 9 .000 1 .111 0 0-0 19 0 0 0 7 .000 1 .143 0 0-0 14 0 0 0 7 .000 2 .286 0 0-0 13 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 2 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 17 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 14 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 7 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 6 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 19 20 18 58 240 .083 100 .417 3 0-3 19 43 36 122 297 .145 163 .549 9 2-3 GP 17 4 2 19 19

Min. 1594:27 241:24 31:34 1867:25 1867:25

GA

28 12 3 43 20

GAAvg Saves

1.58 4.47 8.55 2.07 0.96

105 11 2 120 80

Goals by Period Northern Arizona Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 20 43

Shots by Period Northern Arizona Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 240 297

Saves by Period Northern Arizona Opponents

1st

2nd

52 46

10 2

OT

OT2

Total 120 80

Corners by Period Northern Arizona Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 67 110

Fouls by Period Northern Arizona Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 171 142

10 16

10 25

97 123 131 135 54 29 29 46 65 64

33 58 86 63

0 1

8 19

3 3

10 5

0 1

12 12 4 3 2 3

10 10

Pct

.789 .478 .400 .736 .800

W-L-T

3-7-7 0-2-0 0-0-0 3-9-7 9-3-7

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2011 Season Review 2011 Superlatives

Big Sky Player of the Week

Team Game Highs

Lauren Weaver, Defensive...................................................Sept. 12 Sam Monahan, Offensive......................................................Oct. 11 Lauren Weaver, Co-Defensive.............................................Oct. 17

POINTS 9 vs. Idaho State (Oct. 7)

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vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 17)

GOALS

3 3 3

vs. Eastern Washington (Oct. 23) vs. Idaho State (Oct. 7) vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 17)

ASSISTS

3 3 3

vs. Idaho State (Oct. 7) vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 17) vs. Northern Iowa (Aug. 28)

SHOTS

28 23 23

vs. Evansville (Sept. 11) vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 17) vs. Northern Iowa (Aug. 28)

SOG

13 11 11

vs. Eastern Washington (Oct. 23) vs. Evansville (Sept. 11) vs. Northern Iowa (Aug. 28)

CORNER KICKS

12 10

vs. Drake (Aug. 26) vs. Evansville (Sept. 11)

FOULS

21 16

vs. Ball State (Sept. 9) vs. Northern Iowa (Aug. 28)

Individual Game Highs POINTS 3 Jenna Samora vs. Eastern Washington (Oct. 23) 3 Sam Monahan vs. Idaho State (Oct. 7) 3 Sam Monahan vs. Embry-Riddle (Sept. 17) GOALS

1

Twenty Times

ASSISTS

1

Eighteen Times

SHOTS

7 5

Sam Monahan vs. Evansville (Sept. 11) Seven Times

SOG

4 3

Jenna Samora at Sacramento State (Oct. 14) Eight Times

SAVES

11 11

Lauren Weaver at Portland State (Oct. 16) Lauren Weaver vs. Ball State (Sept. 9)

BOLD indicates current player

2011 All-Big Sky Sam Monahan, Sr. (Unanimous).................................... First Team Jenna Samora, Sr............................................................... First Team Katie Tribbey, Sr........................................................... Second Team Sarah Tarver, Fr...............................................Honorable Mention Lauren Weaver, So...........................................Honorable Mention BOLD indicates current player

2011 Individual Big Sky Ranks Chelsea Bednarz Shots: 48..........................................................................................5th Sam Monahan Points: 18.......................................................................................2nd Goals: 7..........................................................................................2nd Assists: 4....................................................................................... T4th Game-Winning Goals: 3.............................................................T1st Jenna Samora Shots: 45....................................................................................... T7th Points: 13........................................................................................7th Goals: 5........................................................................................ T7th Lauren Weaver Saves: 105.........................................................................................1st Shutouts: 2................................................................................... T5th

2011 Team Big Sky Ranks Shots: 240........................................................................................5th Points: 58........................................................................................5th Goals: 20...................................................................................... T4th Assists: 18.......................................................................................5th Goals Allowed: 43..........................................................................8th Saves: 120.........................................................................................1st Shutouts: 3......................................................................................5th Fouls: 171........................................................................................6th Corner Kicks: 67............................................................................5th Offsides: 36.....................................................................................3rd

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2011 Game Recaps

Match 1 Arizona State 7, NAU 0 Aug. 19, 2011 - Tempe, Ariz.

Match 4 Northern Iowa 3, NAU 2 (OT) Aug. 28, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Match 7 NAU 2, Ball State 2 (2OT) Sept. 9, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Goals by Period NAU (0-1-0) ASU (1-0-0)

Goals by Period UNI (2-2-0) NAU (0-4-0)

Goals by Period BSU (2-3-1) NAU (0-6-1)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 0 - - 0 1 6 - - 7

Scoring - ASU: Marshall 6’, Cook 52’, Cook 65’, Doller 66’, Van Horn 75’, Doller 77’ Assists - ASU: Crook (2), Stone, DeLeon Shots - ASU: 28-1 Corners - ASU: 11-1 Saves - NAU: 9-0 Fouls - NAU: 7-5

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 2 1 - 3 1 1 0 - 2

Scoring - UNI: Clark 49’, Capone 82’, Capone 96’; NAU: Monahan 31’, Tarver 54’ Assists - UNI: Fuller (2); NAU: Tribbey, Samora, Beaudoin Shots - NAU: 23-11 Corners - Tied: 3-3 Saves - UNI: 8-4 Fouls - NAU: 16-11

Scoring - BSU: Chadick 7’, Reder 14’; NAU: Monahan 9’, Samora 18’ Assists - BSU: Starck, Dreyfus; NAU: Wertz Shots - BSU: 22-13 Corners - BSU: 5-4 Saves - NAU: 12-1 Fouls - NAU: 21-15

Match 5 Missouri 3, NAU 0 Sept. 2, 2011 - Columbia, Mo.

Match 8 NAU 0, Evansville 0 (2OT) Sept. 11, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Goals by Period NAU (0-5-0) UM (4-1-0)

Goals by Period UE (1-5-3) NAU (0-6-2)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 0 - - 0 2 1 - - 3

Scoring - UM: Richardson 7’, Grant 27’, Williams 73’ Assists - UM: Nottingham, Diggs Shots - UM: 16-5 Corners - UM: 7-0 Saves - NAU: 7-0 Fouls - Tied: 5-5

Match 3 Drake 2, NAU 1 (2OT) Aug. 26, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz. Goals by Period DU (2-1-0) NAU (0-3-0)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1

Scoring - DU: Moklestad 87’; NAU own goal 103’, NAU: Monahan 77’ Assists - DU: Figliola Shots - NAU: 17-7 Corners - NAU: 12-6 Saves - DU: 10-2 Fouls - Tied: 4-4

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Scoring - None Assists - None Shots - NAU: 28-4 Corners - NAU: 10-1 Saves - UE: 11-3 Fouls - NAU: 5-3

Goals by Period ERU (1-6-0) NAU (1-6-2)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 1 - - 1 1 2 - - 3

Scoring - NAU: Tarver 48’; SUU: Hernandez 39’, Lazcano 72’, Bassett 89’ Assists - NAU: Tribbey; SUU: Osborne (2), Bridge Shots - SUU: 14-9 Corners - SUU: 5-4 Saves - SUU: 4-3 Fouls - NAU: 10-9

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Match 9 NAU 3, Embry-Riddle 1 Sept. 17, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Match 2 Southern Utah 3, NAU 1 Aug. 21, 2011 - Cedar City, Utah Goals by Period NAU (0-2-0) SUU (1-1-0)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2

1 2 OT O2 Tot 1 0 - - 1 3 0 - - 3

Scoring - ERU: Stevenson 17’; NAU: Bednarz 20’, Monahan 31’, Priest 36’ Assists - ERU: Golesh; NAU: Harrah, Tribbey, Monahan Shots - NAU: 23-7 Corners - NAU: 9-1 Saves - Tied: 4-4 Fouls - Tied: 6-6 Match 6 Nebraska 8, NAU 1 Sept. 4, 2011 - Lincoln, Neb. Goals by Period NAU (0-6-0) UN (2-2-1)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 1 - - 1 2 6 - - 8

Scoring - NAU: Johnson 87’; UN: Marlborough 24’, Marlborough 26’, Bartels 54’, Marlborough 59’, Badge 80’, Areman 83’, Hanssler 86’ Assists - NAU: Marrapode; UN: Jackson (3), Bartels, Hayes, Conroy (2), Badge Shots - UN: 30-6 Corners - UN: 7-1 Saves - NAU: 9-3 Fouls - NAU: 11-4

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2011 Game Recaps

Match 10 NAU 1, TCU 1 (2OT) Sept. 23, 2011 - Fort Worth, Texas

Match 13 NAU 0, Air Force 0 (2OT) Oct. 2, 2011 - USAFA, Colo.

Match 17 NAU 1, Portland State 1 (2OT) Oct. 16, 2011 - Hillsboro, Ore.

Goals by Period NAU (1-6-3) TCU (5-4-1)

Goals by Period NAU (1-8-4) AFA (5-5-3)

Goals by Period 1 2 OT O2 Tot NAU (2-8-7, 1-1-3) 1 0 0 0 1 PSU (6-7-2, 2-1-2) 1 0 0 0 1

1 2 OT O2 Tot 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1

Scoring - NAU: Bednarz 34’; TCU: Calhoun 53’ Assists - NAU: Samora; TCU: Kensinger Shots - TCU: 25-12 Corners - TCU: 5-3 Saves - NAU: 8-3 Fouls - TCU: 12-10

Scoring - None Assists - None Shots - NAU: 14-9 Corners - AFA: 6-2 Saves - NAU: 6-5 Fouls - AFA: 10-9 Match 14 NAU 3, Idaho State 2 Oct. 7, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Match 11 Texas Tech 5, NAU 0 Sept. 25, 2011 - Lubbock, Texas Goals by Period NAU (1-7-3) TTU (7-3-1)

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 OT O2 Tot 0 0 - - 0 3 2 - - 5

Scoring - TTU: Terry 4’, Fuston 19’, Fuston 20’, Fuston 58’, McCall 77’ Assists - TTU: Haagsma, Narvaiz, Ward, Disabella Shots - TTU: 13-5 Corners - TTU: 7-1 Saves - NAU: 4-3 Fouls - NAU: 11-7

Goals by Period ISU (3-8-1, 0-2-0) NAU (2-8-4, 1-1-0)

1 1 0

Scoring - NAU: Samora 20’; PSU: Renard 1’ Assists - NAU: Monahan; PSU: Martin, Geiger Shots - PSU: 23-4 Corners - PSU: 10-1 Saves - NAU: 11-1 Fouls - Tied: 14-14

2 1 3

OT - -

O2 - -

Tot 2 3

Scoring - ISU: Jones 16’, Jones 65’; NAU: Samora 62’, Guevara 65’, Monahan 84’ Assists - ISU: Strawn (2); NAU: Bednarz, Monahan, Beaudoin Shots - Tied: 14-14 Corners - ISU: 6-4 Saves - NAU: 10-3 Fouls - ISU: 9-6 Match 15 NAU 1, Weber State 1 (2OT) Oct. 9, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Match 12 Northern Colorado 2, NAU 0 Sept. 30, 2011 - Greeley, Colo. Goals by Period NAU (1-8-3, 0-1-0) UNC (4-5-2, 1-0-0)

1 0 1

2 0 1

Scoring - UNC: Tamayo 26’, Dunn 58’ Assists - UNC: Birdsall Shots - UNC: 16-14 Corners - UNC: 4-3 Saves - NAU: 4-3 Fouls - NAU: 6-3

OT - -

O2 - -

Tot 0 2

Goals by Period 1 2 OT O2 Tot WSU (4-8-1, 2-0-1) 0 1 0 0 1 NAU (2-8-5, 1-1-1) 0 1 0 0 1

Match 18 Montana 1, NAU 0 Oct. 21, 2011 - Missoula, Mont.

Scoring - WSU: Mager 59’; NAU: Monahan 76’ Assists - WSU: Freshman; NAU: Buzzard Shots - NAU: 16-12 Corners - WSU: 5-3 Saves - NAU: 6-2 Fouls - NAU: 9-5

Goals by Period NAU (2-9-7, 1-2-3) UM (6-9-2, 3-2-1)

1 0 0

Match 16 NAU 1, Sacramento State 1 (2OT) Oct. 14, 2011 - Sacramento, Calif.

Scoring - UM: Adair 86’ Assists - UM: Craig Shots - UM: 17-7 Corners - UM: 9-4 Saves - NAU: 4-2 Fouls - Tied: 3-3

Goals by Period 1 2 OT O2 Tot NAU (2-8-6, 1-1-2) 1 0 0 0 1 SAC (6-7-1, 2-1-1) 1 0 0 0 1

Match 19 NAU 3, Eastern Washington Oct. 23, 2011 - Flagstaff, Ariz.

Scoring - NAU: Samora 25’; SAC: Pulver 26’ Assists - NAU: Monahan; SAC: Ramirez Shots - SAC: 19-10 Corners - SAC: 9-0 Saves - NAU: 9-7 Fouls - NAU: 11-9

Goals by Period EWU (2-12-1, 1-5-1) NAU (3-9-7, 2-2-3)

1 0 1

2 0 1

OT - -

O2 - -

Tot 0 1

2 0 2

OT - -

O2 - -

Tot 0 0

Scoring - NAU: Monahan 29’, Samora 72’, Guevara 84’ Assists - NAU: Samora, Bednarz Shots - NAU: 19-10 Corners - EWU: 3-2 Saves - EWU: 10-5 Fouls - EWU: 8-7

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Big Sky Conference

A new era in the Big Sky Conference begins in 2012-13 as the league enters its 50th year of athletic competition, and its 25th sponsoring women’s collegiate athletics. The Division I Big Sky Conference welcomes the University of North Dakota and Southern Utah University into the fold as full members. Cal Poly and UC Davis join the league as affiliate members in football, where the league competes at the Championship Subdivision level (formerly I-AA). The additions of North Dakota and Southern Utah give the stable Big Sky 11 full institutions and 13 football members. The current lineup includes four of the six charter members: Idaho State University, The University of Montana, Montana State University and Weber State. Northern Arizona enters its 43rd season in the Big Sky, giving the conference five members with at least 40 years of continuous membership. Eastern Washington University joined the Big Sky Conference in 1987, followed by Portland State University and Sacramento State in 1996. The Big Sky became a nine-team league in 2006 with the addition of the University of Northern Colorado. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. A Big Sky team has played for the national championship in three of the past four seasons. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky now includes nine states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Red River Valley of North Dakota. The league is represented along the entire west coast with institutions in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 15 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. This upcoming spring, the Big Sky will sponsor a softball championship for the first time. In 1988-89, the Big Sky Conference first began sponsoring women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, is in his 18th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson, who passed away in 2011. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81, while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

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2012 Big Sky Schedule

August 17, 2012 Saint Mary’s College at Portland State..................... 3:00 PM North Dakota State vs. Idaho State.......................... 3:30 PM Montana at Wyoming................................................ 4:30 PM North Dakota at Northern Iowa............................... 7:00 PM Northern Arizona at UNLV................................ 7:00 PM Colorado at Northern Colorado............................... 7:30 PM Weber State at Tulsa................................................... 7:35 PM

August 19, 2012 New Mexico State vs. Idaho State...........................11:30 AM Weber State at Oklahoma State............................... 12:00 PM Denver vs. Northern Colorado................................. 1:00 PM North Dakota at Iowa................................................ 1:00 PM Nevada at Sacramento State...................................... 1:00 PM Montana at Air Force................................................. 1:00 PM UC Riverside at Southern Utah................................ 4:00 PM August 23, 2012 Southern Utah at Utah............................................... 7:30 PM August 24, 2012 Portland State at Oregon State................................ 12:00 PM North Dakota State at Eastern Washington............ 4:00 PM Crookston at North Dakota...................................... 4:00 PM UC Davis at Sacramento State.................................. 5:00 PM Colorado College at Northern Colorado................ 7:00 PM Arizona State at Northern Arizona..................... 7:00 PM Montana at TCU......................................................... 7:30 PM August 25, 2012 Minot State at Idaho State......................................... 1:00 PM August 26, 2012 Texas Tech vs. Montana...........................................11:00 AM Arizona at Northern Arizona............................ 12:00 PM Wyoming at Weber State......................................... 12:00 PM Oregon at Portland State........................................... 1:00 PM North Dakota at South Dakota................................. 1:00 PM Cal Poly at Sacramento State..................................... 1:00 PM Eastern Washington at Seattle.................................. 1:00 PM August 31, 2012 Idaho vs. Idaho State...................................................3:30 PM UTEP vs. Southern Utah........................................... 4:00 PM Northern Colorado at Utah State............................. 4:00 PM Eastern Washington at Air Force............................. 4:30 PM Florida Atlantic vs. Northern Arizona............... 4:30 PM Montana at Boise State............................................... 6:00 PM Sacramento State at San Francisco........................... 7:00 PM September 1, 2012 Utah at Weber State.................................................. 12:00 PM September 2, 2012 New Mexico State vs. Southern Utah.....................10:00 AM Oklahoma vs. Northern Arizona......................10:30 AM Idaho vs. Montana....................................................11:30 AM Nebraska-Omaha at Northern Colorado................ 1:00 PM Eastern Washington at Wyoming............................. 1:00 PM Portland State at Seattle............................................. 1:00 PM Idaho State at Boise State........................................... 2:00 PM

September 7, 2012 Boise State at Portland State...................................... 3:00 PM South Dakota State at North Dakota....................... 4:00 PM Indiana State vs. Montana......................................... 4:30 PM Idaho State at CSU Bakersfield................................. 6:00 PM Northern Arizona at San Francisco.................... 6:00 PM Utah State vs. Eastern Washington.......................... 6:00 PM Sacramento State at UNLV........................................ 7:00 PM Weber State at UTEP.................................................. 7:00 PM

Northern Arizona at Idaho State........................ 1:00 PM Montana at Sacramento State................................... 1:00 PM Eastern Washington at Portland State..................... 1:00 PM

September 8, 2012 Utah Valley at Southern Utah................................... 1:00 PM

October 6, 2012 Idaho State at Weber State....................................... 12:00 PM

September 9, 2012 Indiana State vs. Sacramento State.........................10:30 AM Boise State vs. Eastern Washington........................10:30 AM Idaho State at Loyola Marymount.......................... 12:00 PM Northern Arizona at UC Davis......................... 12:00 PM Weber State at New Mexico State............................. 1:00 PM North Dakota State at North Dakota....................... 1:00 PM Utah State at Portland State....................................... 1:00 PM Montana at UNLV...................................................... 1:00 PM

October 7, 2012 Portland State at Southern Utah.............................10:00 AM Northern Colorado at Eastern Washington..........11:00 AM North Dakota at Montana.......................................11:00 AM Sacramento State at Northern Arizona............ 12:00 PM

September 13, 2012 Idaho State at Utah Valley......................................... 7:30 PM

October 5, 2012 Northern Colorado at Montana............................... 3:00 PM North Dakota at Eastern Washington..................... 4:00 PM Sacramento State at Southern Utah......................... 4:00 PM Portland State at Northern Arizona................... 7:00 PM

October 12, 2012 Weber State at Sacramento State.............................. 1:30 PM Idaho State at Portland State..................................... 3:00 PM Montana at Eastern Washington.............................. 3:30 PM Southern Utah at Northern Colorado..................... 7:00 PM Northern Arizona at North Dakota.................... 7:00 PM

September 14, 2012 Utah vs. Portland State............................................... 3:30 PM New Mexico State at Montana.................................. 4:00 PM Western State College of Colo. at Southern Utah.. 4:00 PM Idaho at Eastern Washington.................................... 4:00 PM UC Santa Cruz at Sacramento State......................... 4:00 PM Northern Colorado at Drake.................................... 6:00 PM Weber State at Nevada............................................... 7:00 PM Florida Gulf Coast at Northern Arizona............ 7:00 PM

October 14, 2012 Southern Utah at North Dakota............................. 12:00 PM Northern Arizona at Northern Colorado......... 12:00 PM Idaho State at Sacramento State................................ 1:00 PM Weber State at Portland State.................................... 1:00 PM

September 16, 2012 Nebraska-Omaha vs. Portland State......................11:00 AM Northern Colorado at Nebraska............................. 12:00 PM UC Santa Barbara vs. Weber State.......................... 12:00 PM Western Illinois at North Dakota............................. 1:00 PM San Jose State at Northern Arizona.................... 1:00 PM Penn at Sacramento State.......................................... 1:00 PM Hawaii at Eastern Washington.................................. 1:00 PM College of Idaho at Idaho State................................. 2:00 PM

October 19, 2012 Sacramento State at Portland State........................... 1:00 PM Montana at Southern Utah........................................ 3:00 PM Eastern Washington at Northern Arizona.......... 7:00 PM

September 21, 2012 Weber State at Eastern Washington......................... 4:00 PM Idaho State at Montana.............................................. 4:00 PM Sacramento State at North Dakota........................... 4:00 PM Southern Utah at Northern Arizona................... 7:00 PM Portland State at Northern Colorado...................... 7:00 PM September 23, 2012 Portland State at North Dakota..............................11:00 AM Idaho State at Eastern Washington........................ 12:00 PM Sacramento State at Northern Colorado............... 12:00 PM Weber State at Montana............................................. 1:00 PM

September 5, 2012 Utah Valley at Weber State........................................ 3:00 PM

September 28, 2012 Montana at Portland State......................................... 1:00 PM Northern Arizona at Weber State....................... 3:00 PM Southern Utah at Idaho State.................................... 4:00 PM Eastern Washington at Sacramento State................ 4:00 PM North Dakota at Northern Colorado....................... 7:00 PM

September 6, 2012 Wyoming at Northern Colorado.............................. 7:00 PM

September 30, 2012 Southern Utah at Weber State................................. 12:00 PM

October 18, 2012 North Dakota at Weber State.................................... 3:00 PM Northern Colorado at Idaho State............................ 4:00 PM

October 20, 2012 Northern Colorado at Weber State........................ 12:00 PM North Dakota at Idaho State..................................... 1:00 PM October 21, 2012 Montana at Northern Arizona..........................11:00 AM Sacramento State at San Jose State........................... 1:00 PM Eastern Washington at Southern Utah.................... 2:00 PM October 24, 2012 Portland State at CSU Bakersfield............................ 7:00 PM October 26, 2012 Northern Colorado at Kansas................................... 3:00 PM CSU Bakersfield at Northern Arizona................ 6:00 PM Montana at Utah Valley............................................. 7:00 PM October 28, 2012 CSU Bakersfield at Southern Utah......................... 12:00 PM November 1-4, 2012 Big Sky Championship Hosted by Regular Season Champion

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2011 Big Sky Recap 2011 Final Big Sky Standings

Team 1. Northern Colorado 2. Portland State 3. Weber State 4. Montana 5. Northern Arizona 6. Sacramento State 7. Idaho State 8. Eastern Washington

CONFERENCE OVERALL W-L-T TP Pct. GF GA W-L-T Pct. GF GA 4-1-2 14 .714 9 6 8-7-5 .525 24 22 4-1-2 14 .714 10 4 8-7-3 .528 20 19 4-2-1 13 .643 6 6 6-10-3 .395 12 18 3-3-1 10 .500 6 7 6-12-4 .364 27 42 2-2-3 9 .500 9 8 3-9-7 .342 20 43 2-3-2 8 .429 7 8 6-9-2 .412 16 22 2-5-0 6 .286 9 13 5-11-1 .324 23 39 1-5-1 4 .214 5 9 2-13-1 .156 15 33

2011 Final Big Sky Team Statistics Team

GP Shots Goals Assists Points CK Fouls Saves Shutouts Offsides 1. Northern Colorado 20 305 24 21 69 92 170 102 7 17 2. Portland State 18 235 20 19 59 66 182 74 7 24 3. Weber State 19 249 12 10 34 43 152 97 6 50 4. Montana 22 314 27 21 75 107 200 106 2 39 5. Northern Arizona 19 240 20 18 58 67 171 120 3 36 6. Sacramento State 17 224 16 11 43 72 182 72 6 31 7. Idaho State 17 269 23 21 67 68 195 87 1 31 8. Eastern Washington 16 172 15 12 42 53 190 100 2 22

2011 All-Big Sky Conference Awards Offensive MVP: Megan Martin (PSU) Defensive MVP: Aundreaha Martinez (UNC) Newcomers of the Year: Amanda Ellsworth (ISU), Mackenzie Day (WSU) Goalkeeper of the Year: Kirstin Salminen (UNC) All-Big Sky First Team Position Name (School) Class Goalkeeper......Kirstin Salminen (UNC).............. Sr.

All-Big Sky Second Team Position Name (School) Class Goalkeeper........S. Abercrombie (SAC)................ Sr.

Defenders.........#Toni Carnovale (PSU)............... Sr. .............................. Lauren Costa (UM).................. Jr. ...................... Aundreaha Martinez (UNC)........... Sr. ...........................Alexsys Tamayo (UNC)...............So. ..............................Shea Roberts (SAC).................. Sr.

Defenders.......... Katie Tribbey (NAU).................Sr. ............................... Esty Geiger (PSU).................... Sr. ............................. Bailey Eames (WSU).................So. ........................... Roxanne Tebbs (WSU)................ Sr.

Forwards................Erin Craig* (UM).................... Jr. ............................ Jenna Samora (NAU)................Sr. ...............................Ariel Cook (UNC)................... Sr. ............................ Jessie Baddley (WSU)................. Sr. Midfielders.....%Sam Monahan* (NAU).............Sr. .............................. India Watne* (UM)...................So. ............................Megan Martin* (PSU)................ Jr. ............................... JJ Wykstra (UNC).................... Jr. *Unanimous Selection %Two-Time Selection #Three-Time Selection

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Forwards.........Whitney Brannan (EWU)............. Sr. ..........................Melissa Trammell (PSU).............. Sr. ............................. Caitlin Pulver (SAC).................. Sr. Midfielders...........Ashley Jones (ISU)................... Jr. ...........................Kimmie Feidler (UNC)............... Sr. ............................ Amanda Dutra (PSU)................. Jr. ............................ Kendra Bailey (WSU)................. Fr.

All-Big Sky Honorable Mention Position Name School Goalkeepers...............Jamie Walker .................EWU ..................................Lauren Weaver.............. NAU ................................ Melissa Ferguson................ PSU .................................Ryann Waldman............... WSU Defenders...................Dashia Huff...................EWU ..................................Katie Cashman................EWU .................................Mikaela Carrillo.................ISU .................................. Laura Wayland................ UNC ................................... Carlie Martin................... PSU ....................................Laura Bahno...................SAC ..................................Mackenzie Day................ WSU Forwards...............Amanda Ellsworth...............ISU ...................................Rachel Strawn...................ISU ...................................Brittany Dunn................. UNC .................................... Kala Renard.................... PSU ...................................Jordyn Rolling..................SAC ....................................Felicia Sortor.................. WSU Midfielders.............. Laura Jacobsen................EWU ..................................... Tyler Adair..................... UM ................................Lauren McCreath............... UM ....................................Sarah Tarver................ NAU .................................Tara Rickenbach............... UNC .......................................Tish Wise...................... PSU ..................................Jessica Castano.................SAC ................................. Jordan Carlberg.................SAC ................................... Ryley Hansen.................. WSU

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Offensive

Aug. 23................................................................................... Erin Craig, UM Aug. 30.......................................................................... Amanda Dutra, PSU Sept. 6..................................................................................... Erin Craig, UM Sept. 12.............................................................................Caitlin Pulver, SAC Sept. 19............................................................................ Felicia Sortor, WSU Sept. 26................................................................................... Erin Craig, UM .............................................................................................Ariel Cook, UNC Oct. 4...............................................................................Megan Martin, PSU Oct. 11.................................................................. Sam Monahan, NAU Oct. 17.................................................................... Whitney Brannan, EWU Oct. 24.................................................................................Ariel Cook, UNC Nov. 1......................................................................... Alexsys Tamayo, UNC

Defensive

Aug. 23.........................................................Carly Hutchings-Maloney, ISU Aug. 30................................................................................. Esty Geiger, PSU Sept. 6.........................................................................Melissa Ferguson, PSU Sept. 12................................................................Lauren Weaver, NAU Sept. 19............................................................................ Bailey Eames, WSU Sept. 26............................................................................Jamie Walker, EWU Oct. 4.............................................................................Lainey Hulsizer, PSU Oct. 11.............................................................Savannah Abercrombie, SAC Oct. 17............................................................................Jamie Walker, EWU .............................................................................Lauren Weaver, NAU Oct. 24...........................................................................Toni Carnovale, PSU ...................................................................................Kirstin Salminen, UNC Nov. 1.................................................................Aundreaha Martinez, UNC

2011 Big Sky Conference Championship Tournament (2) Portland State 0 Weber State 3-2 PK’s

(3) Weber State 1

(3) Weber State 0 Montana 4-3 PK’s

(4) Montana

(1) Northern Colorado 1 Montana 4-3 PK’s

(4) Montana 1

(4) Montana 1 All-Tournament Team India Watne, UM (MVP) Erin Craig, UM Kristen Hoon, UM Ashley Tombelaine, UM Lauren Costa, UM Roxanne Tebbs, WSU Jessie Baddley, WSU Ryann Waldman, WSU Amanda Dutra, PSU Melissa Ferguson, PSU Brittany Dunn, UNC Kirstin Salminen, UNC

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Career Records

POINTS 1. Holly Jones, 1998-01................................. 81 2. Raegin Eyre, 1997-00................................ 79 3. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08....................... 70 4. Jenna Samora, 2008-11............................. 60 5. Sam Monahan, 2008-11........................... 47 6. Erin Rummens, 1997-00.......................... 46 7. Sierra Cristiano, 2002-03......................... 45 8. Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10..................... 38 9. Brenna Boies, 2007-10.............................. 35 10. Sarah Neatherton, 2006-09...................... 34 GOALS 1. Holly Jones, 1998-01................................. 35 2. Raegin Eyre, 1997-00................................ 33 3. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08....................... 26 4. Jenna Samora, 2008-11............................. 25 5. Erin Rummens, 1997-00.......................... 19 6. Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10..................... 15 Sierra Cristiano, 2002-03......................... 15 8. Sam Monahan, 2008-11........................... 13 9. Brandy Johnson, 2002-03......................... 12 10. Lindsey Carey, 2003-06............................ 10

Sarah Neatherton ranks among the top 10 in points, assists, shots, game-winning goals and matches played.

1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

ASSISTS Brenna Boies, 2007-10.............................. 23 Sam Monahan, 2008-11........................... 21 Sarah Neatherton, 2006-09...................... 18 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08....................... 18 Sierra Cristiano, 2002-03......................... 15 Kelly Flowers, 1997-00............................. 15 Raegin Eyre, 1997-00................................ 13

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8. Shelby Gould, 2002-05............................. 12 9. Holly Jones, 1998-01................................. 11 10. Sarah Pachan, 1998-01................................9

Sam Monahan concluded her career as one of the best offensive players to come through NAU, finishing fifth in points, eighth in goals, second in assists and fifth in shots.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

GAME-WINNING GOALS Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08....................... 13 Holly Jones, 1998-01................................. 12 Raegin Eyre, 1997-00...................................7 Jenna Samora, 2008-11................................6 Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10........................5 Sam Monahan, 2008-11..............................4 Lindsey Carey, 2003-06...............................4 Sarah Neatherton, 2006-09.........................3 Stefanie Smith, 2002-05...............................3 Jesyca Rosholt, 2003-04...............................3 Brandy Johnson, 2002-03............................3 Kate Soetaert, 1998-99.................................3

1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

MULTIPLE-GOAL MATCHES Holly Jones, 1998-01....................................6 Raegin Eyre, 1997-00...................................5 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08..........................3 Jesyca Rosholt, 2003-04...............................2 Brandy Johnson, 2002-03............................2 Trina Green, 1997-00...................................2 Erin Rummens, 1997-00.............................2 11 Players Tied.............................................1

HAT TRICKS 1. Trina Green, 1997-00...................................2 2. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08..........................1 Raegin Eyre, 1997-00...................................1

SHOTS 1. Holly Jones, 1998-01............................... 217 2. Raegin Eyre, 1997-00.............................. 211 3. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2004-08..................... 204 4. Jenna Samora, 2008-11........................... 185 5. Sam Monahan, 2008-11......................... 144 Sarah Neatherton, 2006-09.................... 144 7. Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10................... 142 8. Erin Rummens, 1997-00........................ 123 9. Shelby Gould, 2002-05............................. 98 10. Stefanie Smith, 2002-05............................ 88 SAVES 1. Erin Beckman, 1998-01.......................... 323 2. Andrea Berra, 2002-05........................... 292 3. Tori Rocke, 2008-10................................ 261 4. Katie Maxwell, 1998-01.......................... 183 5. Liz Winkelblech, 2004-07...................... 159 6. Lauren Weaver, 2010-........................ 136 7. Darin Kleinsmith, 2005-06.................... 106 8. Autumn Cummins, 1997......................... 97 9. Natasha Slaughter, 2008-11...................... 34 10. Heather Lindahl, 1997.............................. 28

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

FEWEST GOALS AGAINST (Min. 1,000 minutes played) Liz Winkelblech, 2004-07........................ 30 Darin Kleinsmith, 2005-06...................... 31 Lauren Weaver, 2010-.......................... 36 Autumn Cummins, 1997......................... 40 Katie Maxwell, 1998-01............................ 44 Tori Rocke, 2008-10.................................. 66 Erin Beckman, 1998-01............................ 96 Andrea Berra, 2002-05........................... 110

Trina Green is the only player in school history to score two hat tricks in her career.

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Erin Beckman is the school’s career record holder in saves with 323 and is among the top ten in all major goalkeeping categories.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 1,000 minutes played) Liz Winkelblech, 2004-07................... 1.045 Katie Maxwell, 1998-01....................... 1.158 Tori Rocke, 2008-10............................. 1.282 Lauren Weaver, 2010-......................1.515 Erin Beckman, 1998-01....................... 1.759 Andrea Berra, 2002-05........................ 1.819 Autumn Cummins, 1997.................... 3.380 Heather Lindahl, 1997......................... 4.286

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

SHUTOUTS (SHARED) Tori Rocke, 2008-10............................ 21 (1) Liz Winkelblech, 2004-07.................. 13 (0) Andrea Berra, 2002-05....................... 13 (3) Erin Beckman, 1998-01...................... 11 (4) Katie Maxwell, 1998-01...................... 10 (6) Darin Kleinsmith, 2005-06.................. 6 (1) Lauren Weaver, 2010-.......................4 (2) Andrea Hines, 2000.............................. 2 (2) Natasha Slaughter, 2008-11.................. 1 (0) Kendra Teesdale, 2008-11.................... 1 (1)

Raegin Eyre, a member of the inaugural team at NAU, ranks just behind Holly Jones in goals scored and points among her place in several categories in the record book.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

WIN PERCENTAGE (RECORD) (Min. 10 Decisions) Tori Rocke, 2008-10.............(.637, 30-16-5) Liz Winkelblech, 2004-07...(.482, 11-12-5) Katie Maxwell, 1998-01.......(.462, 11-13-2) Lauren Weaver, 2010-..............(.413, 5-9-9) Andrea Berra, 2002-05).......(.349, 16-32-5) Erin Beckman, 1998-01.......(.347, 17-32-0) Autumn Cummins, 1997......(.167, 2-10-0)

1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

MATCHES PLAYED Jenna Samora, 2008-11............................. 81 Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10..................... 79 Tori Howe, 2007-10.................................. 79 Sarah Neatherton, 2006-09...................... 79 Ashley Marrapode, 2008-11.................... 78 Brenna Boies, 2007-10.............................. 78 Lindsey Carey, 2003-06............................ 76 Holly Jones, 1998-01................................. 76 Christina Loyash, 2003-06....................... 75 Lisa Van Gorder, 2003-06........................ 75

Erin Rummens, 1997-00.......................... 73 10. Sarah Pachan, 1997-00............................. 72

Holly Jones is NAU’s most prolific goal scorer with 35 career goals. She remains the school’s all-time points leader as well as the record-holder for most multiple goal matches. Jones also is the Big Sky’s all-time leader in goals.

MATCHES STARTED 1. Tori Howe, 2007-10.................................. 79 2. Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10..................... 78 3. Karla Rogers, 2001-04.............................. 74 4. Krista Earp, 1997-00................................. 73 Trina Green, 1997-00................................ 73 Erin Rummens, 1997-00.......................... 73 7. Christina Loyash, 2003-06....................... 72 Lisa Van Gorder, 2003-06........................ 72 9. Brenna Boies, 2007-10.............................. 71 10. Kelly Flowers, 1997-00............................. 70

Kristi Andreassen was a goal-scoring threat even as a defender, ranking in the top 10 in points, goals, shots and game-winning goals while starting and playing in the second most matches in NAU history.

1. 3. 4.

CONSECUTIVE MATCHES Lindsey Carey, 2003-06............................ 76 Holly Jones, 1997-01................................. 76 Christina Loyash, 2003-06....................... 75 Karla Rogers, 2001-04.............................. 73 Krista Earp, 1997-00................................. 73 Raegin Eyre, 1997-00................................ 73 Kelly Flowers, 1997-00............................. 73 Trina Green, 1997-00................................ 73

CONSECUTIVE STARTS 1. Krista Earp, 1997-00................................. 73 Trina Green, 1997-00................................ 73 Erin Rummens, 1997-00.......................... 73 4. Christina Loyash, 2003-06....................... 72 5. Kristi Andreassen, 2007-10..................... 69 6. Kim Morrow, 2002-05.............................. 67 7. Andrea Berra, 2002-05............................. 55 Holly Jones, 1998-01................................. 55 9. Kelly Flowers, 1997-00............................. 52 10. Karla Rogers, 2001-04.............................. 48 Bold indicates current player

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Season Records

POINTS 1. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008............................. 28 2. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005............................. 27 Sierra Cristiano, 2002............................... 27 4. Raegin Eyre, 1998...................................... 25 5. Holly Jones, 1998....................................... 24 6. Holly Jones, 2001....................................... 21 Holly Jones, 2000....................................... 21 8. Raegin Eyre, 2000...................................... 20 Erin Rummens, 2000................................ 20 10. Sam Monahan, 2011................................. 18 Jenna Samora, 2009.................................. 18 Sierra Cristiano, 2003............................... 18 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

POINTS PER MATCH Sierra Cristiano, 2002............................ 1.50 Raegin Eyre, 1998................................... 1.32 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005.......................... 1.29 Holly Jones, 1998.................................... 1.26 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008.......................... 1.23 Holly Jones, 2001.................................... 1.20 Raegin Eyre, 1997................................... 1.13 Trina Green, 1997.................................. 1.07 Holly Jones, 2000.................................... 1.00 Erin Quinn, 1999................................... 1.00

Sierra Cristiano holds season records for points per match, goals, goals per match, assists and assists per match.

1. 2.

GOALS Sierra Cristiano, 2002............................... 12 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008............................. 10 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005............................. 10 Holly Jones, 2001....................................... 10

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Raegin Eyre, 1998...................................... 10 Holly Jones, 1998....................................... 10 Holly Jones, 2000..........................................9 Erin Rummens, 2000...................................9 Jenna Samora, 2009.....................................8 Raegin Eyre, 1997.........................................8 Trina Green, 1997........................................8

GOALS PER MATCH 1. Sierra Cristiano, 2002............................ 0.67 2. Holly Jones, 2001.................................... 0.56 3. Raegin Eyre, 1997................................... 0.53 Trina Green, 1997.................................. 0.53 5. Raegin Eyre, 1998................................... 0.52 Holly Jones, 1998.................................... 0.52 7. Erin Quinn, 1999................................... 0.50 8. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008.......................... 0.48 9. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005.......................... 0.45 10. Holly Jones, 2000.................................... 0.43 Erin Rummens, 2000............................. 0.43 1. 2. 4.

GAME-WINNING GOALS Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008................................5 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2006................................4 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005................................4 Sam Monahan, 2011....................................3 Kristi Andreassen, 2010..............................3 Jenna Samora, 2009.....................................3 Stefanie Smith, 2005....................................3 Holly Jones, 2001..........................................3 Holly Jones, 2000..........................................3 Holly Jones, 1999..........................................3 Holly Jones, 1998..........................................3

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MULTIPLE-GOAL MATCHES Holly Jones, 1998..........................................3 Kara Lee, 2007..............................................2 Carolyn Savage, 2007...................................2 Sarah Vallen, 2007........................................2 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005................................2 Brandy Johnson, 2003.................................2 Jesyca Rosholt, 2003.....................................2 Holly Jones, 2001..........................................2 Raegin Eyre, 1999.........................................2 Trina Green, 1997........................................2

HAT TRICKS 1. Trina Green, 1997........................................2 2. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008................................1 Raegin Eyre, 1997.........................................1

1. 2. 4. 7. 9.

ASSISTS Sierra Cristiano, 2003............................... 12 Sam Monahan, 2010....................................9 Kelly Flowers, 2000......................................9 Brenna Boies, 2010......................................8 Brenna Boies, 2009......................................8 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008................................8 Sarah Neatherton, 2008...............................7 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005................................7 Sam Monahan, 2008....................................6 Shelby Gould, 2002......................................6

Jenna Samora ranks in the top 10 of four single season categories including points, goals, game-winning goals and shots.

ASSISTS PER MATCH 1. Sierra Cristiano, 2003............................ 0.63 2. Brenna Boies, 2010................................ 0.47 Sam Monahan, 2010.............................. 0.47 4. Kelly Flowers, 2000................................ 0.43 5. Brenna Boies, 2009................................ 0.38 6. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005.......................... 0.33 Shelby Gould, 2002................................ 0.33 8. Sarah Neatherton, 2008......................... 0.32 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008.......................... 0.32 10. Sam Monahan, 2008.............................. 0.30 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

SHOTS Holly Jones, 2001....................................... 76 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2006............................. 73 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008............................. 66 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005............................. 65 Raegin Eyre, 1999...................................... 57 Holly Jones, 1998....................................... 56 Raegin Eyre, 2000...................................... 53

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8. Jenna Samora, 2009.................................. 50 9. Jenna Samora, 2010.................................. 49 10. Chelsea Bednarz, 2011............................. 48 Kristi Andreassen, 2009........................... 48

SHOTS PER MATCH 1. Holly Jones, 2001.................................... 4.22 2. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2006.......................... 4.06 3. Raegin Eyre, 1999................................... 3.17 4. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2005.......................... 3.10 5. Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008.......................... 3.00 Raegin Eyre, 1997................................... 3.00 7. Raegin Eyre, 1998................................... 2.95 8. Chelsea Bednarz, 2011.......................... 2.67 Holly Jones, 2000.................................... 2.67 10. Dani Davis, 2004.................................... 1.61

Cee Cee Odorfer owns the top two single season totals in points and the three top game-winning goal totals.

SAVES 1. Tori Rocke, 2008...................................... 139 2. Katie Maxwell, 2001................................ 117 3. Erin Beckman, 1999............................... 115 4. Erin Beckman, 1998............................... 106 5. Lauren Weaver, 2011.......................... 105 6. Liz Winkelblech, 2007............................ 100 7. Autumn Cummins, 1997......................... 97 8. Erin Beckman, 2000................................. 93 9. Andrea Berra, 2003................................... 90 10. Andrea Berra, 2004................................... 83

1. 3. 4.

FEWEST GOALS AGAINST (Min. 500 minutes played) Tori Rocke, 2010...........................................8 Lauren Weaver, 2010.............................. 8 Katie Maxwell, 2000.................................. 11 Darin Kleinsmith, 2005............................ 13

5. Liz Winkelblech, 2007.............................. 14 6. Liz Winkelblech, 2006.............................. 15 7. Darin Kleinsmith, 2006............................ 18 8. Andrea Berra, 2005................................... 21 9. Andrea Berra, 2004................................... 23 10. Andrea Berra, 2003................................... 25

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 250 minutes played) 1. Tori Rocke, 2010..................................... 0.60 2. Liz Winkelblech, 2007........................... 0.69 3. Andrea Berra, 2004................................ 1.24 4. Andrea Berra, 2003................................ 1.25 5. Darin Kleinsmith, 2005......................... 1.26 6. Lauren Weaver, 2010......................... 1.32 7. Tori Rocke, 2008..................................... 1.33 8. Katie Maxwell, 1998............................... 1.44 9. Katie Maxwell, 2001............................... 1.53 10. Erin Beckman, 199................................. 1.57 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

SHUTOUTS (SHARED) Liz Winkelblech, 2007........................ 11 (0) Tori Rocke, 2010.................................. 10 (1) Tori Rocke, 2008.................................... 7 (0) Andrea Berra, 2004............................... 6 (0) Erin Beckman, 1999............................. 5 (2) Tori Rocke, 2009.................................... 4 (0) Darin Kleinsmith, 2005........................ 4 (1) Lauren Weaver, 2011............................ 3 (1) Andrea Berra, 2005............................... 3 (1) Andrea Berra, 2003............................... 3 (0) Katie Maxwell, 2001.............................. 3 (0) Katie Maxwell, 2000.............................. 3 (2) Erin Beckman, 1998............................. 3 (2)

Liz Winkelblech holds the record for shutouts in a season among NAU goalkeepers. She is also ranked in the top five in eight other statistical categories.

Tori Rocke holds season records for goals against average, saves, fewest goals against and winning percentage.

WIN PERCENTAGE (RECORD) (Min. 3 Decisions) 1. Tori Rocke, 2010.....................(.808, 10-2-1) 2. Katie Maxwell, 1998.................(.750, 3-1-0) 3. Darin Kleinsmith, 2005..........(.727, 8-3-0) 4. Erin Beckman, 2001................(.667, 2-1-0) 5. Tori Rocke, 2008.....................(.643, 12-6-3) 6. Katie Maxwell, 2000.................(.571, 4-3-0) 7. Lauren Weaver, 2010............ (.500, 2-2-2) Tori Rocke, 2009.......................(.500, 8-8-1) Liz Winkelblech, 2007.............(.500, 7-7-5) 10. Andrea Berra, 2003..................(.447, 7-9-3) MATCHES STARTED 1. Kristi Andreassen, 2008........................... 22 2. Kristi Andreassen, 2009........................... 21 Tori Howe, 2008........................................ 21 Sarah Neatherton, 2008............................ 21 Cee Cee Odorfer, 2008............................. 21 Tori Rocke, 2008........................................ 21 Kaitlin Baum, 2005................................... 21 Christina Loyash, 2005............................. 21 Krista Earp, 2000....................................... 21 Raegin Eyre, 2000...................................... 21 Trina Green, 2000..................................... 21 Holly Jones, 2000....................................... 21 Sarah Pachan, 2000................................... 21 Erin Rummens, 2000................................ 21 Breann Suddock, 2000.............................. 21 Bold indicates current player

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Yearly Records

POINTS Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Raegin Eyre......................................... 17 1998 Raegin Eyre......................................... 25 1999 Raegin Eyre......................................... 17 2000 Holly Jones........................................... 21 2001 Holly Jones........................................... 21 2002 Sierra Cristiano................................... 27 2003 Sierra Cristiano................................... 18 2004 Dani Davis........................................... 10 2005 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 27 2006 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 15 2007 Karla Lee.............................................. 10 2008 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 28 2009 Jenna Samora...................................... 18 2010 Kristi Andreassen............................... 15 2011 Sam Monahan..................................... 18

SHOTS Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Raegin Eyre......................................... 45 1998 Raegin Eyre......................................... 56 1999 Raegin Eyre......................................... 57 2000 Holly Jones........................................... 56 2001 Holly Jones........................................... 76 2002 Sierra Cristiano................................... 42 2003 Jesyca Rosholt...................................... 43 2004 Dani Davis........................................... 47 2005 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 65 2006 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 73 2007 Sarah Neatherton................................ 39 2008 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 66 2009 Jenna Samora...................................... 50 2010 Jenna Samora...................................... 49 2011 Chelsea Bednarz................................. 48

GOALS Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Raegin Eyre........................................... 8 Trina Green........................................... 8 1998 Raegin Eyre......................................... 10 1999 Raegin Eyre........................................... 7 2000 Holly Jones............................................. 9 Erin Rummens...................................... 9 2001 Holly Jones........................................... 10 2002 Sierra Cristiano................................... 12 2003 Jesyca Rosholt........................................ 7 2004 Dani Davis............................................. 5 2005 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 10 2006 Cee Cee Odorfer................................... 6 2007 Sarah Vallen........................................... 4 2008 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 28 2009 Jenna Samora...................................... 10 2010 Kristi Andreassen................................. 6 2011 Sam Monahan....................................... 7

SHOTS ON GOAL Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 N/A....................................................N/A 1998 N/A....................................................N/A 1999 Raegin Eyre......................................... 31 2000 Holly Jones........................................... 33 2001 Holly Jones........................................... 35 2002 Sierra Cristiano................................... 22 2003 Sierra Cristiano................................... 23 Jesyca Rosholt...................................... 23 2004 Dani Davis........................................... 29 2005 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 38 2006 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 27 2007 Karri Currier....................................... 18 Sarah Neatherton................................ 18 2008 Cee Cee Odorfer................................. 35 2009 Jenna Samora...................................... 26 2010 Kristi Andreassen............................... 23 Jenna Samora...................................... 23 2011 Jenna Samora...................................... 22

ASSISTS Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Rebekah Breech.................................... 3 1998 Raegin Eyre........................................... 5 1999 Rebekah Breech.................................... 4 2000 Kelly Flowers......................................... 9 2001 Adria Barchi.......................................... 4 2002 Shelby Gould......................................... 6 2003 Sierra Cristiano................................... 12 2004 Shelby Gould......................................... 2 2005 Cee Cee Odorfer................................... 7 2006 Sarah Neatherton.................................. 4 2007 Karla Lee................................................ 4 2008 Cee Cee Odorfer................................... 8 2009 Brenna Boies......................................... 8 2010 Sam Monahan....................................... 9 2011 Sam Monahan....................................... 4

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GOALKEEPING Year Player.......................................... Min. 1997 Autumn Cummins....................1065:00 1998 Erin Beckman............................1307:01 1999 Erin Beckman............................1552:14 2000 Erin Beckman............................1213:10 2001 Katie Maxwell.............................1533:00 2002 Andrea Berra..............................1484:10 2003 Andrea Berra..............................1794:54 2004 Andrea Berra..............................1673:17 2005 Andrea Berra................................ 933:34 2006 Darin Kleinsmith......................... 877:25 2007 Liz Winkelblech.........................1822:53 2008 Tori Rocke..................................1892:39 2009 Tori Rocke..................................1555:24 2010 Tori Rocke..................................1191:56 2011 Lauren Weaver...................... 1594:27

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 500 Minutes) Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Autumn Cummins.......................... 3.38 1998 Katie Maxwell................................... 1.44 1999 Erin Beckman.................................. 1.57 2000 Katie Maxwell................................... 1.76 2001 Katie Maxwell................................... 1.53 2002 Andrea Berra.................................... 2.49 2003 Andrea Berra.................................... 1.25 2004 Andrea Berra.................................... 1.24 2005 Darin Kleinsmith............................. 1.26 2006 Liz Winkelblech............................... 1.70 2007 Liz Winkelblech............................... 0.69 2008 Tori Rocke........................................ 1.33 2009 Tori Rocke........................................ 1.74 2010 Tori Rocke........................................ 0.60 2011 Lauren Weaver............................ 1.58 SAVES Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Autumn Cummins............................. 97 1998 Erin Beckman................................... 106 1999 Erin Beckman................................... 115 2000 Erin Beckman..................................... 93 2001 Katie Maxwell.................................... 117 2002 Andrea Berra....................................... 80 2003 Andrea Berra....................................... 90 2004 Andrea Berra....................................... 83 2005 Darin Kleinsmith................................ 54 2006 Liz Winkelblech.................................. 57 2007 Liz Winkelblech................................ 100 2008 Tori Rocke......................................... 139 2009 Tori Rocke........................................... 64 2010 Tori Rocke........................................... 58 2011 Lauren Weaver............................. 105 SHUTOUTS (SHARED) Year Player............................................Tot. 1997 Autumn Cummins............................... 0 1998 Erin Beckman................................. 3 (2) 1999 Erin Beckman....................................... 4 2000 Erin Beckman....................................... 2 Katie Maxwell........................................ 2 2001 Katie Maxwell........................................ 3 2002 Andrea Berra......................................... 1 2003 Andrea Berra......................................... 3 2004 Andrea Berra......................................... 6 2005 Darin Kleinsmith............................ 4 (1) 2006 Liz Winkelblech.................................... 2 2007 Liz Winkelblech.................................. 11 2008 Tori Rocke............................................. 7 2009 Tori Rocke............................................. 4 2010 Tori Rocke..................................... 10 (1) 2011 Lauren Weaver............................3 (1) Bold indicates current player

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GOALS

ASSISTS

Half................................................................................ 6, twice ................................................(1st) at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 .............................................................(2nd) vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Match..........................................9, at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 Regulation.................................9, at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 Most in a Season.......................................................41 (2008) Highest Season Average.......................................1.86 (2008) Fewest in a Season....................................................13 (2004) Lowest Season Average........................................0.69 (2004) Longest NAU Scoring Drought.................................. 540:10 ........................................ 9/21/97 (78:09) to 10/24/97 (12:01)

Half....................................9, (1st) at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 Match........................................14, at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 Most in a Season.......................................................47 (2008) Fewest in a Season......................................................7 (2004)

GOALS AGAINST

Half..................................21, (1st) at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 ....................................................................................... 6 G, 9 A Match........................................32, at Embry-Riddle, 8/31/08 ..................................................................................... 9 G, 14 A Most in a Season.....................................................129 (2008) Fewest in a Season....................................................33 (2004)

Half.......................................7, (2nd) vs. Montana, 10/18/98 Match.....................................................8, at Nebraska, 9/4/11 Regulation............................................8, at Nebraska, 9/4/11 Most in a Season.......................................................55 (1997) Highest Season Average.......................................3.67 (1997) Fewest in a Season....................................................14 (2007) Lowest Season Average........................................0.69 (2007) Longest Opponent Scoring Drought......................... 569:02 ........................................ 9/12/10 (82:56) to 10/15/10 (39:27) SHUTOUTS Season.........................................................................11 (2007) Consecutive........................................... 6, 9/17/10 to 10/9/10 SHUTOUTS AGAINST Season.........................................................................12 (2007) Consecutive.........................................5, 9/26/97 to 10/19/97

ASSISTS AGAINST Match.....................................................8, at Nebraska, 9/4/11 Most in a Season.......................................................44 (2000) POINTS

Fewest in a Match........................................................ 1, twice ................................................. Last: at Arizona State, 8/19/11 Most in a Season.....................................................323 (2008) Fewest in a Season..................................................185 (1997) SHOTS AGAINST Most in a Half....................................................................... 20 ..........................................(2nd) vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97 Fewest in a Half.................................................0, three times .......................................Last: (1st) at Embry-Riddle, 9/28/07 Most in a Match.................................................................... 37 ...................................................... at No. 1 Stanford, 11/12/09 Fewest in a Match................................................................... 0 ....................................................................... vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Most in a Season.....................................................372 (2008) Fewest in a Season..................................................220 (2004) SAVES

Match.................................................. 24, at Nebraska, 9/4/11 Most in a Season.....................................................145 (1997) Fewest in a Season....................................................42 (2007)

Half......................................................................................... 12 .............................................................(2nd) vs. Utah, 10/2/98 Match.................................................................15, three times ..............................................Last: vs. CS Northridge, 8/25/06 Most in a Season.....................................................151 (2000) Fewest in a Season....................................................86 (2009)

SHOTS

SAVES AGAINST

Most in a Half....................................................................... 25 ............................................(2nd) vs. CS Northridge, 8/25/06 Fewest in a Half..................................................... 0, six times ...................................... Last: (2nd) at Arizona State, 8/19/11 Most in a Match.................................................................... 40 .....................................................vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97

Match........................................................................... 15, twice .................................. Last: by Eastern Washington, 10/16/98 Most in a Season.....................................................125 (2008) Fewest in a Season....................................................85 (2001)

POINTS AGAINST

Single Match Records 1. 7.

POINTS Cee Cee Odorfer vs. C. Arkansas, 9/26/08.................. 6 Carolyn Savage vs. Lamar, 9/2/07................................. 6 Raegin Eyre vs. Portland St., 10/15/00......................... 6 Trina Green vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97.................... 6 Trina Green at Fresno State, 9/7/97.............................. 6 Raegin Eyre at Utah State, 8/30/97............................... 6 Sam Monahan at E.-Riddle, 8/31/08............................ 5 Sarah Vallen vs. E. Wash., 10/14/07.............................. 5 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Utah Valley, 10/2/05................... 5 Sierra Cristiano vs. UTEP, 9/6/02................................. 5

1. 4.

GOALS Cee Cee Odorfer vs. C. Arkansas, 9/26/08.................. 3 Trina Green vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97.................... 3 Trina Green at Fresno State, 9/7/97.............................. 3 Raegin Eyre at Utah State, 8/30/97............................... 3 25 players tied with......................................................... 2 Last: Brandy Carr vs. Montana, 10/22/10

ASSISTS 1. Brenna Boies vs. CF Fullerton, 9/10/10....................... 3 Sierra Cristiano at S. Utah, 10/4/03.............................. 3

3. 24 players tied with......................................................... 2 Last: Sam Monahan at E. Washington, 10/24/10 1. 2. 4. 7. 10.

SHOTS Holly Jones vs. Portland St., 11/2/01.......................... 11 Raegin Eyre vs. Portland St., 10/15/00....................... 10 Raegin Eyre vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97.................. 10 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. C. Arkansas, 9/26/08.................. 9 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Tenn.-Martin, 9/15/06............... 9 Raegin Eyre vs. E. Michigan, 9/17/00.......................... 9 Holly Jones vs. Georgia State 9/10/99.......................... 8 Kate Soetaert at Arizona, 9/28/98................................. 8 Trina Green vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97.................... 8 Sam Monahan vs. Evansville, 9/11/11.......................... 7 Sam Monahan at Arizona, 9/3/10................................. 7 Kristi Andreassen vs. Murray St., 9/18/09................... 7 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. N. Colorado, 10/31/08............... 7 Cee Cee Odorfer at E. Washington, 10/24/08............. 7 Sarah Neatherton vs. Temple, 10/14/07....................... 7 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Sac. State, 10/22/06..................... 7 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Texas State, 9/17/06.................... 7 Sarah Neatherton vs. Hawaii, 9/12/06.......................... 7 Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Sac. State, 11/3/05....................... 7

Cee Cee Odorfer vs. UC Davis, 9/4/05................................ 7 SAVES 1. Erin Beckman vs. Utah, 10/2/98................................. 15 2. Liz Winkelblech at CS Northridge 8/25/06............... 14 3. Katie Maxwell at Pepperdine, 9/10/00....................... 13 4. Erin Beckman at Arizona St., 9/29/99........................ 12 Erin Beckman at Montana, 10/18/98......................... 12 Erin Beckman vs. Arizona St., 9/1/98........................ 12 Heather Lindahl at Utah, 9/26/97............................... 12 Autumn Cummins at Pacific, 9/6/97.......................... 12 9. Lauren Weaver at Portland St., 10/16/11.............. 11 Lauren Weaver vs. Ball State, 9/9/11..................... 11 Andrea Berra at Weber State, 11/1/03........................ 11 10. Tori Rocke at No. 2 Portland, 11/14/08..................... 10 Tori Rocke vs. Utah Valley, 9/28/08............................ 10 Liz Winkelblech at Boise State, 10/6/07..................... 10 Liz Winkelblech at S. Utah, 9/23/07........................... 10 Bold indicates current player

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS

Points...........................................................................................................6, five times ............................................... Last: Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Central Arkansas, 9/26/08 Goals.......................................................................................................... 3, four times ............................................... Last: Cee Cee Odorfer vs. Central Arkansas, 9/26/08 Assists............................................................................................................2, 20 times ...................................................Last: Jenna Samora vs. Sacramento State, 10/15/10 Shots............................................................................................................................ 11 ........................................................................Holly Jones vs. Portland State, 11/2/01 Goals Allowed......................................................... 7, Tawni Takagi, CS Northridge ...........................................................................................................vs. NAU, 10/24/97 Saves..................................................................................................................14, twice ....................................................Last: Erin Beckman vs. Sacramento State, 10/9/08 Fastest Goal (regulation).................................................................................... 00:36 .............................................Lisa Wrightsman, Sacramento State, vs. NAU, 10/4/02 Fastest Goal (second half).................................................................................. 45:05 ............................................................................Kristi Andreassen vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Fastest Goal (overtime)..............................................................91:01 (penalty kick) ..............................................................................Angie Reed vs. Utah State, 9/18/98 Latest Goal (regulation)...................................................................................... 89:23 .................................................................. Adria Barchi vs. Western Illinois, 9/22/02 Latest Goal (overtime)......................................................................................119:32 .................................................................Danielle Wile vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97

Points........................................................................................................................... 22 ............................................................................................................ vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Goals................................................................................................................... 7, twice ................................................................................................... Last: vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Assists............................................................................................................................ 8 ............................................................................................................ vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Shots............................................................................................................................ 39 ..........................................................................................vs. CS Northridge, 10/24/97 Goals Allowed.............................................................................................................. 7 ................................................................................CS Northridge vs. NAU, 10/24/97 Saves..................................................................................................................15, twice ................................................................................................... Last: vs. Utah, 10/2/98 Corners........................................................................................................................ 14 ..........................................................................................Evansville vs. Lamar, 9/9/11 Fouls............................................................................................................................ 22 ............................................................................ UC Santa Barbara vs. NAU, 9/26/01 First-Half Goals........................................................................................................... 5 ................................................................................................... vs. Montana, 10/22/10 Second-Half Goals...................................................................................................... 6 ............................................................................................................ vs. Lamar, 9/2/07 Attendance............................................................................................................. 2,187 ....................................................................................................... vs. Arizona, 8/28/09

Miscellaneous Records Goal....................................................................................(tie) 4 by Cee Cee Odorfer ..........................................................................................................9/18/05 to 10/2/05 .............................................................................................................4 by Raegin Eyre ..........................................................................................................9/13/98 to 9/26/98 Point........................................................................................... 8 by Cee Cee Odorfer ....................................................................................................... 9/18/05 to 10/21/05

Longest Losing.............................................................................................................7 ....................................................................................................... 9/19/97 to 10/19/97 Longest Home Loss.....................................................................................................4 ..........................................................................................................9/7/03 to 10/12/03 Longest Away Loss....................................................................................................12 ..........................................................................................................9/6/97 to 10/22/98 Longest Road Loss......................................................................................................8 ............................................................................................................9/6/02 to 11/3/02

OVERTIME

HIGHS/LOWS

All-Time Record.................................................................................10-15-27 (.461) Home........................................................................................................ 7-8-11 (.481) Away.......................................................................................................... 1-7-15 (.370) Neutral....................................................................................................... 2-0-1 (.833) Total Overtimes Played..............................................................................83 periods Last Overtime Match..................................................................... at Portland State ................................................................................................. T, 1-1 (2OT), 10/16/11

Most Goals, Two Teams...........................................................................................13 .......................................................NAU (7) vs. CS Northridge (6), 10/24/97 (2OT) Fewest Goals, Two Teams......................................................................... 0, 12 times ...........................................................................................Last: at Air Force, 10/2/11 Largest Margin of Victory.........................................................................................8 ................................................................................... at Embry-Riddle (9-1), 8/31/08 Largest Margin of Defeat.......................................................................7, four times ...................................................................................Last: at Nebraska (8-1), 9/4/11 Most Fouls..................................................................................................................24 ......................................................................................at Colorado College, 10/11/02 Most Corners.............................................................................................................13 ............................................................................................at Portland State, 10/12/08 Largest Home Attendance..................................................................................2,187 .......................................................................................................vs. Arizona, 8/28/09 Largest Away Attendance...................................................................................3,582 ...........................................................................................at No. 2 Portland, 11/14/08

CONSECUTIVE MATCHES WITH A...

STREAKS Longest Winning.........................................................................................................7 ..........................................................................................................10/9/10 to 11/7/10 Longest Home Win.....................................................................................................6 ............................................................................................................9/9/09 to 8/20/10 Longest Away Win......................................................................................................3 ....................................................................................................... 10/3/03 to 10/17/03

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Big Sky Honors All-Time All-Big Sky Conference Selections 1997 (2): Raegin Eyre (1), Erin Rummens (1) 1998 (3): Holly Jones (1), Raegin Eyre (2), Erin Rummens (2) 1999 (3): Rebekah Breech (2), Raegin Eyre (2), Erin Rummens (2) 2000 (4): Krista Earp (1), Erin Rummens (1), Raegin Eyre (2), Holly Jones (2) 2001 (6): Holly Jones (1), Adria Barchi (2), Katie Maxwell (2), Jessica Scogland (2), Breann Suddock (2), Sarah Pachan (HM) 2002 (6): Adria Barchi (1), Sierra Cristiano (1), Shelby Gould (HM), Emily Homan (HM), Brandy Johnson (HM), Karla Rogers (HM) 2003 (8): Sierra Cristiano (1), Brandy Johnson (1), Kim Morrow (1), Tschana Breslin (2), Jesyca Rosholt (2), Andrea Berra (HM), Karla Rogers (HM), Lisa Van Gorder (HM) 2004 (9): Andrea Berra (1), Dani Davis (2), Lisa Van Gorder (2), Shelby Gould (2), Tschana Breslin (HM), Christina Loyash (HM), Kaitlyn Manakas (HM), Kim Morrow (HM), Karla Rogers (HM) 2005 (10): Lindsey Carey (1), Christina Loyash (1), Cee Cee Odorfer (1), Lisa Van Gorder (1), Tara Cozzetto (2), Kaitlyn Manakas (2), Kaitlin Baum (HM), Tschana Breslin (HM), Darin Kleinsmith (HM), Stefanie Smith (HM) 2006 (9): Lindsey Carey (1), Christina Loyash (1), Cee Cee Odorfer (1), Kaitlin Baum (HM), Tara Cozzetto (HM), Kaitlyn Manakas (HM), Sarah Neatherton (HM), Lisa Van Gorder (HM), Liz

Winkelblech (HM) 2007 (8): Liz Winkelblech (1), Tai Powers (2), Kristi Andreassen (HM), Brenn Boies (HM), Tara Cozzetto (HM), Tori Howe (HM), Karla Lee (HM), Sarah Vallen (HM) 2008 (10): Kristi Andreassen (1), Brenna Boies (1), Cee Cee Odorfer (1), Tori Howe (2), Rebekah Schmidt (2), Sam Monahan (HM), Sarah Neatherton (HM), Tori Rocke (HM), Jenna Samora (HM), Lauren Zallis (HM) 2009 (8): Kristi Andreassen (1), Brenna Boies (1), Jenna Samora (1), Tori Howe (2), Brandy Carr (HM), Corie McGuire (HM), Sam Monahan (HM), Sarah Neatherton (HM) 2010 (10): Kristi Andreassen (1), Tori Howe (1), Sam Monahan (1), Tori Rocke (1), Chelsea Bednarz (HM), Brenna Boies (HM), Brandy Carr (HM), Georgia Foltz (HM), Corie McGuire (HM), Jenna Samora (HM) 2011 (5): Sam Monahan (1), Jenna Samora (1), Katie Tribbey (2), Sarah Tarver (HM), Lauren Weaver (HM) Bold indicates current player

All-Time Big Sky All-Academic Selections Joy Alvarez..................................... 2002 Kristi Andreassen....................2007-10 Adria Barchi.................................. 2002 Kayla Bauder............................2005-08 Chelsea Bednarz......................2010-11 Andrea Berra............................2002-03 Brenna Boies..................... 2007, 09-10 Rebekah Breech............................ 1999 Amanda Butterfield.......... 2000, 02-03 Diane Buzzard.......................... 2011 Lindsey Carey..........................2003-06 Brandy Carr..............................2007-10 Anna Clark...............................2007-09 Marta Costello.............................. 2000 Tara Cozzetto...........................2006-07 Sierra Cristiano........................2002-03 Ally Cwiekowski......................2009-11 Alana D’Onofrio.................. 2010-11 Danielle Deguerre...................2000-01 Krista Earp...............................1997-00

Krystin Ellsworth......................... 2001 Ethi Ethridge................................. 2011 Kylie France..............................2005-06 Shelby Gould............................2002-05 Trina Green..............................1997-00 Mary Harrah............................. 2011 Tori Howe.................................2009-10 Brandy Johnson.......................2002-03 Laura Johnson..................... 2009-11 Holly Jones...............................1998-01 Darin Kleinsmith.....................2005-06 Carin Larkin.............................2001-02 Karla Lee...................................2006-07 Christina Loyash......................2005-06 Nadia Maenyj................................ 2001 Ashley Marrapode...................2008-11 Julie Martin................................... 2005 Kathryn Maxwell.......................... 2001 Corie McGuire.............................. 2007 Kara Miller.................................... 2007

Shawnee Morgan...................... 2010 Kori Morre..................................... 2002 Sarah Neatherton.......................... 2006 Cee Cee Odorfer............... 2005-06, 08 Sarah Pachan............................1998-99 Tai Powers...................................... 2004 Elinor Priest.............................. 2011 Erin Quinn.................................... 1997 Megan Robertson....................2003-04 Tori Rocke................................2008-10 Karla Rogers.................................. 2001 Emily Roth................................ 2011 Erin Rummens.........................1998-00 Jenna Samora...........................2009-11 Rebekah Schmidt.....................2007-09 Jessika Scogland.......................2001-02 Anna Shoolroy.............................. 1997 Kate Soetaert............................1998-99 Breann Suddock.......................2000-01 Julie Toppenberg......................1997-99

Katie Tribbey................................. 2008 Crystal Vankilsdonk..................... 2001 Lauren Weaver.......................... 2011 Danielle Weissbeck................. 1998, 00 Kathryn Wertz.............................. 2011 Danielle Wile............................1997-99 Liz Winkelblech.......................2006-07 Lauren Zallis............................2008-10 BOLD indicates current player

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All-Time Roster

Alaska Bartlett High School.................................................. Mindy Hertzog (1997) Dimond High School.......................................... Carolyn Savage (2007-10) Juneau Douglas High School...................................... Sarah Tarver (2011Robert Service High School................................. Stefanie Smith (2002-05)

Arizona Bellmont Abbey.......................................................Megan Green (2005-06) Cactus High School............................................... Lindsey Carey (2003-06) .....................................................................................Jen Delgado (2000-01) ...............................................................................................Jean Doss (2001) ...................................................................................... Krista Earp (1997-00) ..................................................................................Emily Homan (2000-03) ....................................................................................... Brean Hughes (2002) Canyon Del Oro High School.......................... Kendra Teesdale (2009-11) Catalina Foothills High School............................Sam Monahan (2008-11) ....................................................................................... Tai Powers (2004-07) Cave Creek Cactus Shadows........................ Autumn Cummins (1997-98) Coconino High School................................................Katie Conway (2002) ................................................................................. Raven Murray (2003-04) .................................................................................Demi Schmieder (2012Corona Del Sol High School.................................. Kaitlin Baum (2005-06) ............................................................................. Chelsea Bednarz (2010-11) .................................................................................. Noel Guevara (2008-11) Deer Valley High School........................................Kelly Flowers (1997-00) Desert Mountain High School................................. Julie Martin (2004-05) Desert Vista High School...................................... Tara Cozzetto (2005-07) ...................................................................................... Kara Miller (2007-08) Dobson High School..................................................Deanna Celaya (2002) Flagstaff High School................................................Diane Buzzard (2011........................................................................Amanda Butterfield (2000-03) ........................................................................... Kristyn Ellsworth (2000-01) .................................................................................... Maya Huffman (2012........................................................................... Rebekah Schmidt (2007-10) ...........................................................................Natasha Slaughter (2008-11) .................................................................................... Sarah Vallen (2006-08) ................................................................................ Kathryn Wertz (2008-11) Flowing Wells High School............................. Christina Loyash (2003-06) Gilbert High School......................................................... Joy Alvarez (2002) .....................................................................................Laura Johnson (2009Highland High School................................................Megan Jerome (2011) Horizon High School..................................Gianara Campasano (2006-09) Ironwood High School............................................Adria Barchi (2001-02) ............................................................................. Breann Suddock (2000-01) Marcos De Niza High School.........................Kristi Andreassen (2007-10) Mingus High School.......................................................Torey Braly (2012Moon Valley High School.....................................Jennifer Cheaney (2001) Mountain Pointe High School........................... Sabrina Herron (2001-02) Mountain Ridge High School.....................................Andrea Hines (2000) ....................................................................................... Carley Levake (2002) ....................................................................................Karla Rogers (2001-04) Mountain View High School......................................Tori Howe (2007-10) Paradise Valley High School............................Ally Cwiekowski (2008-11)

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......................................................................................Kelly Gayer (2001-02) .................................................................................. Nadia Masnyj (2001-02) .......................................................................... Kimberly Morrow (2002-05) ............................................................................ Crystal Vankilsdonk (2001) Pinnacle High School.................................................Anna Clark (2007-10) .................................................................................Kristin Donati (2005-06) ....................................................................................... Lauren Doud (2012............................................................................. Jessica Kettelkamp (2010Prescott High School.........................................Cee Cee Odorfer (2004-08) ........................................................................... Megan Robertson (2002-04) Sabino High School.................................................. Brandy Carr (2007-10) .....................................................................................Lacey Ginsberg (1997) ........................................................................................ Annie Turner (2004) Sahuaro High School............................................... Chanice Kittrell (2008) Salpointe Catholic High School.......................... Stacy Adelman (1997-99) ....................................................................................... Julie Olsen (1997-98) Scottsdale Horizon High School.............................. Erin Quinn (1997-99) Tempe Corona del Sol High School............... Julie Toppenberg (1997-99) Tempe High School................................................ Danielle Wile (1997-99)

California Amador Valley High School................................Alana D’Onofrio (2010Buena High School................................................ Katie Maxwell (1998-01) ....................................................................................... Angela Strong (1997) Carlsbad High School.............................................Savannah Berry (2012Chaparral High School..............................................Kori Moore (2001-02) Chatsworth High School......................................... Lauren Weaver (2010Crescenta Valley High School........................... Shannon Moffat (2000-03) Dana Hills High School.............................................. Kelly Whelan (2011Edison High School................................................. Brenna Boies (2007-10) ................................................................................Corie McGuire (2007-10) El Molino High School........................................... Jenny Craighead (1999) El Toro High School........................................................ Malia Tano (2011Escondido High School..............................................Georgia Foltz (2008..................................................................................... Shelby Foltz (2010-11) Irvine High School...............................................Erin Rummens (1997-00) La Costa Canyon High School................................... Lindsay Olsen (2011) Los Alamitos High School.......................................... Tori Rocke (2007-10) Los Gatos High School..................................................Kelly Lumby (1997) Moorpark High School.....................................Kaitlyn Manakas (2003-06) Pacifica Christian High School.................................Dana Williams (2010) Palm Desert High School............................... Sarah Neatherton (2006-09) San Pasqual High School..................................... Shawnee Morgan (2010Santa Margarita Catholic High School.........................Emily Roth (2011Santiago High School................................................Cierra Gamble (2012Torrey Pines High School............................................Mary Harrah (2011....................................................................................Nicole Sherwin (2012Trabuco Hills High School.......................... Katie Tribbey (2008-09, 2011) Ukiah High School............................................... Marta Costello (2000-01) Ursuline High School........................................................ Tami Lupo (1997) University High School................................... Darin Kleinsmith (2005-06) Ventura High School...................................................Sarah Costello (2001) Walnut High School......................................................Karri Currier (2007)

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All-Time Roster

Woodbridge High School...................................Casey Cristiano (2004-06) ...............................................................................Sierra Cristiano (2002-03) Yucaipa High School................................................... Emily Wadell (2012-

Reno High School.................................................Anna Shoolroy (1997-98) Silverado High School...................................................Karla Lee (2004-07) ........................................................................................Syrina Lopez (2012-

Canada Dr. G.W. Williams........................................................ Nicole Currie (2006) Sir Wilfrid Laurier.....................................................Penny Short (2006-09)

New Mexico Eldorado High School..........................................Danielle Macawile (1999) Las Cruces High School.................................................. Gina Duttle (2002) Los Alamos High School........................................Ethi Ethridge (2008-11)

Colorado Chatfield High School.......................................... Lindsey O’Dell (2000-01) N/A.................................................................................Michelle Harr (1997) Hawaii JB Castle High School..........................................Lindsey Watanabe (2006) Mid-Pacific Institute.................................................Miya Quinn (2007-08) Idaho Bishop Kelly High School.....................................Ashlynn Curnow (2012........................................................................ Danielle Weissbeck (1997-00) Boise High School..............................................................Julie Allen (2003) ..................................................................................... Trina Green (1997-00) Sandpoint High School.............................................Kylie France (2005-06) ................................................................................. Jesyca Rosholt (2003-04) ............................................................................................. Tori Smith (2006) Illinois Lincoln-Way East High School.......................... Lauren Zallis (2008-2011) Nequa Valley High School............................Ashley Marrapode (2008-11) Kansas Bishop Miege High School.....................................Kate Soetaert (1998-99) St. Thomas Aquinas High School................ Danielle DeGuerre (1999-01) Maryland Mercy High School....................................................Jordan Stenger (2010Massachusetts Hopkington High School..................................Jessika Scogland (2001-02) Missouri Francis Howell North High School...................... Andrea Berra (2002-05) Nevada Bishop Gorman High School.............................Tschana Breslin (2002-05) ................................................................................Haley Wingender (2012Bonanza High School.............................................Kayla Bauder (2005-08) .............................................................................. Emily Bonabian (2003-04) Centennial High School.............................................Dani Davis (2004-06) ..............................................................................Natalie Gilbertson (2012Coronado High School.................................................... Sarah Pate (2012Foothill High School............................................... Lisa Van Gorder (2003) Green Valley High School..................................... Cassidy McLean (2012..............................................................................Liz Winkelblech (2004-07) Liberty High School...............................................Alexia Gonzalez (2012-

Ohio Anderson High School.............................................. Angie Reed (1998-99) Glen Este High School............................................... Holly Jones (1998-01) Jackson High School...............................................Sarah Pachan (1998-01) McNicholas High School...................................... Erin Beckman (1998-01) Turpin High School............................................ Rebekah Breech (1997-99) Oregon Beaverton High School.......................................Lauryn Duggan (2000-01) Bend High School................................................Lauren Solodky (2000-02) Clackamas High School..........................................Shelby Gould (2002-05) Cleveland High School................................................Olivia Ashton (2008) South Eugene High School............................................Jen Clark (2002-04) St. Mary’s Academy...................................................... Elinor Priest (2011Sunset High School........................................... Elizabeth Hosler (2004-06) Tualatin High School................................................Lauren Butz (2009-10) U.S. Grant High School.......................................... Heather Lindahl (1997) South Dakota Spearfish High School......................................................Jordan Post (2011) Texas A&M Consolidated High School.............................. Jen Painter (2007-08) Utah Brighton High School......................................................Sarah Czaja (1997) Juan Diego Catholic School.................................... Kara Vitacca (2006-09) Northridge High School.............................................Rebecca Berry (2010) Olympus High School......................................Madeline Malmquist (2010) Saint Joseph High School...............................Jennifer Beaudoin (2009-11) Washington Bellarmine Prep........................................................Carin Larkin (2001-04) Eatonville High School.......................................... Jenna Samora (2008-11) Gig Harbor High School..............................................Emily Swanes (2002) Walla Walla High School................................... Brandy Johnson (2002-03) Wisconsin Nathan Hale High School...................................... Alison Cefalu (2000-01) Wyoming Campbell County High School................................ Raegin Eyre (1997-00) Bold indicates current player

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All-Time Season Results 1997 Season Overall: 3-12-0 H: 2-2-0 A: 1-9-0

Coach: Tracy Custer *Big Sky: 1-4-0 (T5th) N: 0-1-0

Date Opponent 8/29 at Weber State 8/30 at Utah State 9/6 at Pacific 9/7 at Fresno State 9/10 GRAND CANYON 9/19 at Oral Roberts 9/21 at SW Missouri State 9/26 at Utah 10/3 at Texas-El Paso~ 10/4 vs. Gonzaga~ 10/17 at Portland State* 10/19 at Sacramento State* 10/24 CS NORTHRIDGE* 10/31 MONTANA* 11/2 WEBER STATE*

Result L, 4-2 W, 3-2 L, 5-1 L, 4-3 (OT) W, 5-2 L, 6-1 L, 4-1 L, 4-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 7-6 (2OT) L, 4-0 L, 5-0

~ Miner Soccer Classic (El Paso, Texas)

1998 Season Overall: 8-11-0 H: 5-3-0 A: 1-6-0

Coach: Tracy Custer *Big Sky: 4-3-0 (3rd) N: 2-2-0

Date Opponent 9/1 ARIZONA STATE 9/5 vs. UC Santa Barbara~ 9/7 at Loyola Marymount 9/11 at New Mexico! 9/13 South Alabama! 9/18 UTAH STATE 9/20 BOISE STATE 9/26 vs. Denver# 9/28 at Arizona 10/2 UTAH 10/9 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/11 PORTLAND STATE* 10/16 at Eastern Washington* 10/18 at Montana* 10/22 at Idaho State* 10/24 at Weber State* 10/30 CS NORTHRIDGE* 11/1 KENT STATE 11/5 vs. Montana%

Result L, 5-1 W, 3-2 (2OT) L, 4-2 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 4-2 L, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 7-0 L, 2-1 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 2-0

~ Played in Los Angeles, Calif. ! Bank of America Showcase (Albuquerque, N.M.) # Played in Tucson, Ariz. % Big Sky Championship (Ogden, Utah)

1999 Season Overall: 7-11-0 H: 3-6-0 A: 3-4-0 Date 8/27 9/3 9/10 9/12 9/19 9/26 9/29 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24

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Coach: Tracy Custer *Big Sky: 4-3-0 (T3rd) N: 1-1-0

Opponent ARIZONA NEW MEXICO vs. Georgia State~ at Kent UNLV No. 21 IOWA STATE at Arizona State PEPPERDINE at Boise State at CS Northridge* at Sacramento State* at Portland State* EASTERN WASHINGTON* MONTANA*

Result L, 4-1 L, 2-1 (OT) L, 1-0 L, 2-1 (OT) W, 2-0 L, 3-2 (OT) L, 1-0 (OT) L, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 4-1

10/29 10/31 11/4 11/7

IDAHO STATE* WEBER STATE* vs. Weber State% at Montana%

~ Played in Kent, Ohio % Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

2000 Season Overall: 7-14-0 H: 3-2-0 A: 1-11-0 Date 8/25 8/27 8/28 9/1 9/2 9/8 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/20 9/22 9/24 9/30 10/1 10/5 10/7 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/26 10/28

Coach: Tracy Custer *Big Sky: 4-3-0 (T3rd) N: 3-1-0

Opponent ARIZONA STATE at New Mexico vs. Southwest Texas State~ at Hawai’i vs. Oregon State! at UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine SACRAMENTO STATE* EASTERN MICHIGAN CS NORTHRIDGE* at Mississippi at Alabama at Arizona Long Island# at Idaho State* at Weber State* PORTLAND STATE* at Eastern Washington* at Montana* vs. Idaho State% at Montana%

~ Played in Albuquerque, N.M. ! Played in Waipahu, Hawaii # Played in Tucson, Ariz. % Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

2001 Season Overall: 6-10-2 H: 3-5-1 A: 2-4-0

2002 Season Overall: 5-13-0 H: 4-4-0 A: 0-8-0 Date Opponent 8/30 at Western Michigan

Result L, 3-0 L, 2-1 (2OT) W, 2-0 L, 2-1 L, 5-2 L, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 5-1 L, 3-1 L, 1-0 W, 3-2 (OT) L, 3-1 L, 5-2 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 L, 7-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 1-4-1 (6th) N: 1-1-1

Date Opponent 8/31 SOUTHERN UTAH 9/7 vs. Cal State Fullerton~ 9/9 at UC Irvine 9/15 OKLAHOMA 9/21 at Southern Utah 9/23 MISSISSIPPI 9/26 UCSB 9/28 vs. Utah State! 9/30 vs. Cal Poly! 10/4 at Arizona State 10/6 UNLV 10/13 at Sacramento State* 10/19 IDAHO STATE* 10/21 WEBER STATE* 10/26 at Eastern Washington* 10/28 at Montana* 11/2 PORTLAND STATE* 11/4 NEW MEXICO ~ Played in Irvine, Calif. ! Played in Las Vegas, Nev.

W, 2-1 L, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-0

Result W, 3-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 3-2 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 1-0 L, 3-1 L, 5-1 W, 3-0 W, 4-1

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 2-4-0 (5th) N: 1-1-0 Result L, 1-0

9/1 9/6 9/8 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/17 10/19 10/25 10/27 11/3/

vs. Central Michigan~ vs. UTEP! at New Mexico BAYLOR UNLV WESTERN ILLINOIS SOUTHERN UTAH UTAH STATE SACRAMENTO STATE* at Arizona State at Colorado College at Colorado at Weber State* at Idaho State* MONTANA* EASTERN WASHINGTON* at Portland State*

~ Played in Kalamazoo, Mich. ! Played in Albuquerque, N.M.

2003 Season Overall: 7-9-3 H: 4-4-1 A: 3-4-2

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 4-2-0 (3rd) N: 0-1-0

Date Opponent 8/29 IDAHO 8/31 UC RIVERSIDE 9/5 at Nevada 9/7 ALABAMA 9/12 SAN DIEGO 9/14 ARIZONA 9/21 at UNLV 9/26 BOISE STATE 9/28 at Utah State 10/3 at Valparaiso 10/4 at Southern Utah 10/12 DENVER 10/17 at Sacramento State* 10/19 PORTLAND STATE* 10/24 MONTANA* 10/26 EASTERN WASHINGTON* 10/30 at Idaho State* 11/1 at Weber State* 11/6 vs. Idaho State% % Big Sky Championship (Ogden, Utah)

2004 Season Overall: 5-11-2 H: 5-5-1 A: 0-5-1

W, 2-0 L, 7-3 L, 4-2 L, 2-0 L, 3-2 W, 5-2 W, 1-0 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 4-1 L, 3-1 L, 2-1 L, 3-2 (OT) L, 1-0 W, 3-2 L, 2-1 L, 5-1

Result T, 2-2 (OT) W, 4-1 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 1-0 W, 5-1 W, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 4-1 L, 1-0 (OT) L, 1-0

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 2-4-0 (5th) N: 0-1-0

Date Opponent 8/27 UTAH VALLEY STATE 9/3 at UNLV 9/5 vs. Kent State# 9/10 ILLINOIS STATE 9/12 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 9/17 at Arizona 9/19 WESTERN ILLINOIS 9/24 NEVADA 10/1 COLORADO COLLEGE 10/3 NEW MEXICO 10/8 at Denver 10/10 at Wyoming 10/15 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/17 at Portland State* 10/22 at Eastern Washington* 10/24 at Montana* 10/29 WEBER STATE* 10/31 IDAHO STATE* # Played in Las Vegas, Nev.

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Result T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 1-0 (2OT) L, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 L, 4-0 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 2-1 L, 4-1 L, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 4-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 (OT) W, 1-0 (OT)


All-Time Season Results 2005 Season Overall: 10-11-0 H: 6-3-0 A: 2-7-0

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 4-2-0 (3rd) N: 2-1-0

Date Opponent 8/26 SAN DIEGO 8/28 SAN DIEGO STATE 9/2 vs. Bowling Green State~ 9/4 vs. UC Davis~ 9/7 at Southern Utah 9/9 vs. Loyola-Chicago# 9/11 vs. St. Bonaventure# 9/16 BOISE STATE 9/18 vs. Nevada~ 9/25 UC RIVERSIDE 9/30 vs. Creighton# 10/2 vs. Utah Valley State# 10/7 at Montana* 10/9 at Eastern Washington* 10/16 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/21 at Portland State* 10/23 at Northern Colorado 10/27 WEBER STATE* 10/29 IDAHO STATE* 11/3 vs. Sacramento State% 11/5 vs. Weber State% ~ Played in Boise, Idaho # Played in Las Vegas, Nev. % Big Sky Conference Championship

2006 Season Overall: 7-10-1 H: 5-4-0 A: 1-4-0

Result L, 3-0 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-0 W, 3-1 L, 2-1 L, 6-3 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-1 (OT) W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 4-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 4-1

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 2-4-1 (6th) N: 1-2-0

Date Opponent 8/25 at CS Northridge 9/1 BALL STATE 9/3 TOLEDO 9/8 at Indiana 9/10 vs. Rhode Island~ 9/12 HAWAII 9/15 TENNESSEE-MARTIN 9/17 TEXAS STATE 9/24 PORTLAND 9/29 vs. Nevada# 10/1 vs. St. Mary’s# 10/6 at Montana* 10/8 at Eastern Washington* 10/13 IDAHO STATE* 10/15 WEBER STATE* 10/20 at Portland State* 10/22 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/28 NORTHERN COLORADO* ~ Played in Bloomington, Ind. # Played in Albuquerque, N.M.

2007 Season Overall: 7-7-5 H: 6-3-2 A: 1-3-3

Result L, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 4-2 L, 4-0 L, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 4-0 W, 3-1 L, 2-1 (OT) T, 1-1 (2 OT) L, 3-1 W, 1-0 L, 2-1

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 2-4-1 (7th) N: 0-1-0

Date Opponent 8/31 TEMPLE 9/2 LAMAR 9/7 LIBERTY 9/9 UTAH STATE 9/14 SAN JOSE ST 9/16 WISCONSIN 9/21 at Utah Valley State 9/23 at Southern Utah 9/28 EMBRY-RIDDLE

Result~ T, 0-0 (2 OT) W, 7-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 (2 OT) T, 0-0 (2 OT) L, 1-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 (2 OT) W, 3-0

9/30 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/20 10/26 10/28 11/3

NEW MEXICO vs. Nevada# at Boise State MONTANA* EASTERN WASHINGTON* at Idaho State* at Weber State* PORTLAND STATE* at Sacramento State* at Northern Colorado*

L, 1-0 L, 3-0 T, 0-0 (2 OT) L, 2-0 W, 3-2 T, 0-0 (2 OT) L, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 1-0

# Played in Boise, Idaho ~ Set NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer record for 0-0 ties in a season (5)

BIG SKY TOURNAMENT CHAMPION 2008 Season Coach: Andre Luciano Overall: 12-7-3 *Big Sky: 4-1-2 (2nd) H: 8-3-0 A: 3-3-3 N: 1-1-0 Date Opponent 8/22 ARIZONA STATE 8/24 at New Mexico 8/29 at UC Irvine 8/31 at Embry-Riddle 9/5 SOUTHERN UTAH 9/7 TCU 9/12 at No. 6 Portland 9/14 vs. Washington# 9/19 VMI 9/21 UL MONROE 9/26 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 9/28 UTAH VALLEY 10/10 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/12 at Portland State* 10/17 WEBER STATE* 10/19 IDAHO STATE* 10/24 at Eastern Washington* 10/26 at Montana* 10/31 NORTHERN COLORADO* 11/6 vs. Portland State^ 11/8 at Weber State^ 11/14 at No. 2 Portland$ # Played in Portland, Ore. ^ Big Sky Championship (Ogden, Utah) $ Women’s College Cup

Result L, 4-2 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 1-0 W, 9-1 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 7-0 L, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 6-1

BIG SKY TOURNAMENT CHAMPION 2009 Season Coach: Andre Luciano Overall: 10-9-2 *Big Sky: 4-3-0 (4th) H: 6-2-1 A: 3-7-1 N: 1-0-0 Date Opponent 8/21 at Utah State 8/23 at Southern Utah 8/28 ARIZONA 8/30 at Loyola Marymount 9/4 OAKLAND 9/6 IOWA 9/9 EMBRY-RIDDLE 9/12 NEW MEXICO STATE 9/18 MURRAY STATE 9/25 at New Mexico 9/27 at Arizona State 10/9 at Sacramento State* 10/11 PORTLAND STATE* 10/15 at Idaho State* 10/17 at Weber State* 10/23 MONTANA* 10/25 EASTERN WASHINGTON* 10/30 at Northern Colorado*

Result L, 2-0 W, 2-0 T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 3-0 L, 1-0 L, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 4-2 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 4-2 L, 4-0

11/6 11/8 11/12

at Portland State^ vs. Idaho State^ at No. 1 Stanford$

^ Big Sky Championship (Portland, Ore.) $ Women’s College Cup

T, 1-1 (4-3 PK) W, 4-0 L, 2-0

BIG SKY REGULAR SEASON CHAMPION 2010 Season Coach: Andre Luciano Overall: 12-4-3 *Big Sky: 6-0-1(1st) H: 9-2-0 A: 2-2-3 N: 1-0-0 Date Opponent 8/20 ARIZONA STATE 8/22 at UTEP 9/3 at Arizona 9/5 at New Mexico State 9/10 vs. CS Fullerton# 9/12 at USC 9/17 AIR FORCE 9/18 SOUTHERN UTAH 9/26 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 10/1 SAN FRANCISCO 10/7 at Idaho State* 10/9 at Weber State* 10/15 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/17 PORTLAND STATE* 10/22 MONTANA* 10/24 at Eastern Washington* 10/29 NORTHERN COLORADO* 11/5 NORTHERN COLORADO^ 11/7 SACRAMENTO STATE^ # Played in Los Angeles, Calif. ^ Big Sky Championship (Flagstaff, Ariz.)

2011 Season Overall: 3-9-7 H: 3-2-3 A: 0-7-4

Result L, 4-3 L, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 3-2 L, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 T, 0-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 W, 2-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0

Coach: Andre Luciano *Big Sky: 2-2-3 (5th) N: 0-0-0

Date Opponent 8/19 at Arizona State 8/21 at Southern Utah 8/26 DRAKE 8/28 NORTHERN IOWA 9/2 at Missouri 9/4 at Nebraska 9/9 BALL STATE 9/11 EVANSVILLE 9/17 EMBRY-RIDDLE 9/23 at TCU 9/25 at Texas Tech 9/30 at Northern Colorado* 10/2 at Air Force 10/7 IDAHO STATE* 10/9 WEBER STATE* 10/14 at Sacramento State* 10/16 at Portland State* 10/21 at Montana* 10/23 EASTERN WASHINGTON* ~ Set Big Sky record for ties in a season (7)

Result~ L, 7-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-1 (2OT) L, 3-2 (OT) L, 3-0 L, 8-1 T, 2-2 (2OT) T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 3-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 5-0 L, 2-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 3-2 T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 1-0 W, 3-0

* Denotes all Big Sky games

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All-Time Series Results

Air Force (1-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/17/10..............W, 1-0.............. Home 10/2/11......... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away Alabama (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/24/00.............. L, 3-1................Away 9/7/03................ L, 1-0............... Home Arizona (0-5-2) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/1/98................ L, 4-2................Away 8/27/99.............. L, 4-1............... Home 9/30/00.............. L, 1-0................Away 9/14/03.............. L, 2-1............... Home 9/17/04.............. L, 4-0................Away 8/28/09......... T, 2-2 (2ot).......... Home 9/3/10........... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away Arizona State (1-8-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/1/98................ L, 5-1............... Home 9/29/99.......... L, 1-0 (ot)............Away 8/25/00.............. L, 3-0............... Home 10/4/01..............W, 1-0...............Away 10/6/02.............. L, 4-1................Away 8/22/08.............. L, 4-2............... Home 9/27/09.............. L, 4-0................Away 8/20/10.............. L, 4-3............... Home 8/19/11.............. L, 7-0................Away Ball State (1-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/1/06................W, 2-1.............. Home 9/9/11........... T, 2-2 (2ot).......... Home Baylor (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/15/02.............. L, 2-0............... Home Boise State (2-1-2) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/20/98..............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/8/99..............W, 2-1...............Away 9/26/03......... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away 9/16/05.............. L, 1-0................Away 10/6/07......... T, 0-0 (2ot)...........Away Bowling Green (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/2/05................ L, 2-1............... Home Cal Poly (0-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/30/01......... T, 0-0 (2ot).........Neutral CS Fullerton (2-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/7/01................W, 2-1.............Neutral 9/10/10..............W, 3-2.............Neutral CS Northridge (4-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/24/97.......W, 7-6 (2ot)......... Home 10/30/98............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/10/99............W, 3-0...............Away 9/20/00..............W, 2-1.............. Home 8/25/06.............. L, 3-0 ...............Away Central Arkansas (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/26/08..............W, 5-0.............. Home

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Central Michigan (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/1/02................W, 2-0...............Away

Gonzaga (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/4/97.............. L, 2-0..............Neutral

UL Monroe (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/21/08..............W, 5-2.............. Home

Charleston Southern (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/12/04..............W, 4-0.............. Home

Grand Canyon (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/10/97..............W, 5-2.............. Home

Loyola Chicago (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/9/05................ L, 2-1............... Home

Hawaii (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/1/00................ L, 2-1................Away 9/12/06.......... L, 2-1 (ot)........... Home

Loyola Marymount (1-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/7/98................ L, 4-2................Away 8/30/09.............. L, 3-0................Away 9/26/10..............W, 2-0.............. Home

Idaho (0-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/29/03......... T, 2-2 (2ot).......... Home

Mississippi (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/22/00.............. L, 5-1................Away 9/23/01.............. L, 1-0............... Home

Colorado (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/13/02............ L, 2-1................Away Colorado College (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/11/02............ L, 3-1................Away 10/1/04.............. L, 4-1............... Home Creighton (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/30/05.............. L, 6-3..............Neutral Denver (1-1-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/26/98..............W, 3-1...............Away 10/12/03............ L, 2-1............... Home 10/8/04......... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away Drake (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/26/11......... L, 2-1 (2ot).......... Home Eastern Michigan (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/17/00.............. L, 2-1............... Home Eastern Washington (10-4-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/16/98............ L, 2-0................Away 10/22/99............W, 3-0.............. Home 10/20/00............W, 3-0...............Away 10/26/01............ L, 3-1................Away 10/27/02............ L, 2-1............... Home 10/26/03............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/22/04............ L, 1-0................Away 10/9/05..............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/8/06..............W, 3-1...............Away 10/14/07............W, 3-2.............. Home 10/24/08............W, 1-0...............Away 10/25/09............W, 4-2.............. Home 10/24/10........W, 2-1 (ot)...........Road 10/23/11............W, 3-0.............. Home Embry-Riddle (4-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/28/07..............W, 3-0.............. Home 8/31/08..............W, 9-1...............Away 9/9/09................W, 3-1.............. Home 9/17/11..............W, 3-1.............. Home Evansville (0-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/11/11......... T, 0-0 (2ot).......... Home Fresno State (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/7/97............ L, 4-3 (ot)............Away Georgia State (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/10/99.............. L, 1-0..............Neutral

Idaho State (7-7-3) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/22/98........ L, 2-1 (ot)............Away 10/29/99............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/6/00.............. L, 3-1................Away 10/26/00............W, 1-0.............Neutral 10/19/01....... T, 2-2 (2ot).......... Home 10/19/02............ L, 1-0................Away 10/30/03............ L, 4-1................Away 11/6/06.............. L, 1-0..............Neutral 10/31/04........W, 1-0 (ot).......... Home 10/29/05............W, 2-1...............Away 10/13/06........ L, 2-1 (ot)........... Home 10/18/07....... T, 0-0 (2ot)...........Away 10/19/08............W, 1-0.............. Home 10/15/09............ L, 4-2................Away 11/8/09..............W, 4-0.............Neutral 10/7/10.............. T, 0-0................Away 10/7/11..............W, 3-2.............. Home Illinois State (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/10/04..............W, 1-0.............. Home Indiana (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/8/06................ L, 1-0................Away Iowa (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/26/99.............. L, 4-1............... Home Iowa State (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/26/99.......... L, 3-2 (ot)........... Home Kent State (0-3-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 11/1/98.............. L, 1-0............... Home 9/12/99.......... L, 2-1 (ot) ...........Away 9/5/04................ L, 2-1..............Neutral Lamar (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/2/07................W, 7-0.............. Home Liberty (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/7/07................W, 1-0.............. Home Long Island (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/1/00..........W, 3-2 (ot).........Neutral

Missouri (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/2/11................ L, 3-0................Away Montana (5-12-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/31/97............ L, 4-0............... Home 10/18/98............ L, 7-0................Away 11/5/98.............. L, 2-0..............Neutral 10/24/99............ L, 4-1............... Home 11/7/99.............. L, 2-0................Away 10/22/00............ L, 7-0................Away 10/28/00............ L, 1-0................Away 10/28/01............ L, 5-1................Away 10/25/02............W, 3-2.............. Home 10/24/03............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/24/04............ L, 1-0................Away 10/7/05..............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/6/06.............. L, 4-0............... Home 10/12/07............ L, 2-0............... Home 10/26/08....... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away 10/23/09........W, 2-1 (ot).......... Home 10/22/10............W, 5-0.............. Home 10/21/11............ L, 1-0................Away Murray State (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/18/09..............W, 4-0.............. Home Nebraska (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/4/11................ L, 8-1................Away Nevada (1-4-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/5/03................ L, 2-1................Away 9/24/04.............. L, 2-1............... Home 9/18/05..............W, 3-1.............Neutral 9/29/06.............. L, 3-0..............Neutral 10/5/07.............. L, 3-0..............Neutral UNLV (1-3-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/19/99..............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/6/01.............. L, 1-0............... Home 9/20/02.............. L, 3-2............... Home 9/21/03......... T, 0-0 (2ot)...........Away 9/3/04........... L, 1-0 (2ot)...........Away New Mexico (2-6-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/11/98.............. L, 2-1................Away 9/3/99............ L, 2-1 (ot)........... Home 8/27/00......... L, 2-1 (2ot)...........Away

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All-Time Series Results

11/4/01..............W, 4-1.............. Home 9/8/02................ L, 4-2................Away 10/3/04.............. L, 1-0............... Home 9/30/07.............. L, 1-0............... Home 8/24/08......... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away 9/25/09..............W, 2-1...............Away

New Mexico State (1-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/12/09..............W, 3-1.............. Home 9/5/10........... T, 2-2 (2ot)...........Away Northern Colorado (4-4-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/23/05............W, 3-0.............. Home 10/28/06............ L, 2-1............... Home 11/3/07.............. L, 1-0................Away 10/31/08............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/30/09............ L, 4-0................Away 10/29/10............W, 1-0.............. Home 11/5/10..............W, 1-0.............. Home 9/30/11.............. L, 2-0................Away Northern Iowa (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/28/11.......... L, 3-2 (ot)........... Home Oklahoma (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/15/01.............. L, 3-0............... Home Oakland (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/4/09................ L, 1-0............... Home Oral Roberts (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/19/97.............. L, 6-1................Away Oregon State (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/2/00................ L, 5-2..............Neutral Pacific (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/6/97................ L, 5-1................Away Pepperdine (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/3/99.............. L, 2-1............... Home 9/10/00.............. L, 3-0................Away Portland (0-3-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/24/06.............. L, 4-0............... Home 9/12/08.............. L, 7-0................Away 11/14/08............ L, 6-1................Away Portland State (10-4-3) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/17/97............ L, 2-0................Away 10/11/98............W, 3-0.............. Home 10/17/99............W, 1-0...............Away 10/15/00............W, 5-0.............. Home 11/2/01..............W, 3-0.............. Home 11/3/02.............. L, 5-1................Away 10/19/03............W, 2-1.............. Home 10/17/04............ L, 2-0................Away 10/21/05............W, 1-0.............. Home 10/20/06............ L, 3-1................Away 10/26/07............W, 3-0.............. Home 10/12/08....... T, 0-0 (2ot)...........Away 11/6/08..............W, 1-0.............Neutral

10/11/09............W, 1-0.............. Home 11/6/09...... T, 1-1 (4-3 PK)........Away 10/17/10............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/16/11....... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away

Rhode Island (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/10/06.............. L, 3-0..............Neutral Sacramento State (9-7-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/19/97............ L, 2-0................Away 10/9/98..............W, 3-0.............. Home 10/15/99............ L, 2-0................Away 9/15/00..............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/13/01............L, 2-1...............Away 10/4/02..............W, 3-2.............. Home 10/17/03............W, 2-1...............Away 10/15/04............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/16/05........ L, 2-1 (ot)............Away 11/3/05..............W, 2-1.............Neutral 10/22/06............W, 1-0.............. Home 10/28/07............ L, 2-0................Away 10/10/08............W, 2-0.............. Home 10/9/09.............. L, 2-1................Away 10/15/10............W, 3-2.............. Home 11/7/10.............. L, 1-0............... Home 10/14/11....... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away San Diego (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/12/03.............. L, 3-0............... Home 8/26/05.............. L, 3-0................Away San Diego State (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/28/05.............. L, 2-1................Away San Francisco (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/1/10..............W, 1-0.............. Home San Jose State (0-0-1) Date ................Result.......... Location 9/14/07......... T, 0-0 (2ot).......... Home South Alabama (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/13/98.............. L, 2-1..............Neutral Southern Utah (8-1-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/31/01..............W, 3-1.............. Home 9/21/01..............W, 3-0...............Away 9/27/02..............W, 1-0.............. Home 10/4/03..............W, 4-0...............Away 9/7/05................W, 1-0.............. Home 9/23/07......... T, 2-2 (2ot).........Neutral 9/5/08................W, 1-0.............. Home 8/23/09..............W, 2-0...............Away 9/18/10..............W, 3-0.............. Home 8/21/11.............. L, 3-1................Away St. Bonaventure(1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/11/05..............W, 2-0.............. Home St. Mary’s (CA) (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/1/06..............W, 1-0.............Neutral

Stanford (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 11/12/09............ L, 2-0................Away SW Missouri State (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/21/97.............. L, 4-1................Away Temple (0-0-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/31/07......... T, 0-0 (2ot).......... Home

Tennessee-Martin (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/15/06..............W, 1-0.............. Home TCU (0-1-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/7/08................ L, 1-0............... Home 9/23/11......... T, 1-1 (2ot)...........Away Texas State (2-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/28/00..............W, 2-0.............Neutral 9/17/06..............W, 4-2.............. Home Texas Tech (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/25/11.............. L, 5-0................Away Toledo (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/3/06................W, 2-1.............. Home UTEP (0-3-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/3/97.............. L, 3-0................Away 9/6/02................ L, 7-3..............Neutral 8/22/10.............. L, 1-0................Away UC Davis (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/4/05................ L, 2-1............... Home UC Irvine (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/9/01................ L, 1-0................Away 8/29/08.............. L, 1-0................Away UC Santa Barbara (1-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/5/98...........W, 3-2 (2ot)........Neutral 9/8/00................ L, 2-1................Away 9/26/01.............. L, 1-0............... Home UC Riverside (1-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/31/03..............W, 4-1.............. Home 9/25/05.............. L, 2-1................Away USC (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/12/10.............. L, 3-1................Away

9/28/01.............. L, 3-2..............Neutral 9/29/02.............. L, 3-0............... Home 9/28/03.............. L, 1-0..............Neutral 9/9/07............W, 1-0 (ot).......... Home 8/21/09.............. L, 2-0................Away Utah Valley (2-1-1) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/27/04.........T, 0-0 (2ot)......... Home 10/2/05..............W, 4-0.............Neutral 9/21/07..............W, 2-0...............Away 9/28/08..............W, 3-1.............. Home Valparaiso (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/3/03..............W, 5-1.............Neutral VMI (1-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/19/08..............W, 3-1.............. Home Washington (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/14/08.............. L, 3-1..............Neutral Weber State (5-11-2) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/29/97.............. L, 4-2................Away 11/2/97.............. L, 5-0............... Home 10/24/98............W, 2-0...............Away 10/31/99............ L, 2-0............... Home 11/4/99..............W, 2-0.............Neutral 10/8/00.............. L, 5-2................Away 10/21/01............ L, 1-0............... Home 10/17/02........ L, 3-2 (ot)............Away 10/29/04........ L, 1-0 (ot)........... Home 10/27/05............ L, 4-1................Away 11/5/05.............. L, 4-1................Away 10/15/06....... T, 1-1 (2ot).......... Home 10/20/07............ L, 2-0................Away 10/17/08............ L, 1-0............... Home 11/6/08..............W, 2-1...............Away 10/17/09............W, 3-0...............Away 10/9/10..............W, 2-0...............Away 10/9/11......... T, 1-1 (2ot).......... Home Western Illinois (2-0-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/22/02..............W, 5-2.............. Home 9/19/04..........W, 1-0 (ot).......... Home Western Michigan (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/30/02.............. L, 1-0................Away Wisconsin (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/16/07.............. L, 1-0................Away Wyoming (0-1-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 10/10/04............ L, 4-0................Away

Utah (0-2-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 9/26/97.............. L, 4-0................Away 10/2/98.............. L, 4-0............... Home Utah State (3-4-0) Date.................Result.......... Location 8/30/97..............W, 3-2...............Away 9/18/98..........W, 3-2 (ot).......... Home

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