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2011 Women’s Soccer Guide


2011-12 NCAC DIRECTORY President...................................... Thomas V. Chema, President Hiram College Vice President................................Dr. Mark Erickson, President Wittenberg University

Affiliation...........................................................NCAA Division III Founded.............................................................. February, 1983 Championship Sports.............................23 (11 men, 12 women)

Executive Director.............................. Keri Alexander Luchowski

Intercollegiate Officiating Association.................... 440/871-8100

Assistant Executive Director....................................Bret Billhardt

Baseball................................................................ Rich Fetchiet

Assistant Executive Director.................................... Sue Penicka

Basketball (Men).............................................................. Bill Ek

Legal Counsel........................................................Dennis Butler

Basketball (Women)..................................................Diane Plas

Mailing Address................................................. P. O. Box 16679 Cleveland, Ohio 44116

Cross Country/Track.................................................. Marv Frye

Street Address.................815 Crocker Road, Building B, Suite 5 Westlake, Ohio 44145

Field Hockey/Lacrosse (Women)...........................Candis Parry Football......................................................................Andy Pfaff

Phone.................................................................... 440/871-8100

Softball.................................................................. John DeLuca

Fax........................................................................ 440/871-4221

Tennis................................................................. Don Hunsinger

E-Mail........................................................ ncac@northcoast.org

Volleyball...................................................................Diane Plas

Web Site.......................................................www.northcoast.org

2011-12 NCAC Presidents’ Council PRESIDENT JAMES H. MULLEN, JR. Allegheny College

PRESIDENT MARK ERICKSON Wittenberg University

PRESIDENT DALE T. KNOBEL Denison University

PRESIDENT GRANT H. CORNWELL The College of Wooster

PRESIDENT BRIAN W. CASEY DePauw University

JEFF ANKROM Wittenberg University Co-Chair, Faculty Representatives

PRESIDENT THOMAS V. CHEMA Hiram College PRESIDENT S. GEORGIA NUGENT Kenyon College PRESIDENT MARVIN KRISLOV Oberlin College PRESIDENT ROCKWELL“ROCK” JONES Ohio Wesleyan University PRESIDENT PATRICK WHITE Wabash College

ROGER INGLES Ohio Wesleyan University Co-Chair, Athletic Directors SONYA McKAY Denison University Co-Chair, Faculty Representatives AMY WILLIAMS Kenyon College Co-Chair, Athletic Directors KERI ALEXANDER LUCHOWSKI Executive Director


ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

Founded in 1983, the North Coast Athletic Conference is dedicated to fostering a complementary relationship between intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Consisting of 10 academically selective colleges and universities in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania — Allegheny College, Denison University, DePauw University, Hiram College, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wabash College, Wittenberg University, The College of Wooster, along with affiliate member Earlham College — the NCAC believes that high-level athletic programs need not be sacrificed in order to meet rigid academic standards. Significantly, all 10 NCAC institutions have been granted chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, the preeminent honor society for colleges and universities. Only 280 of the more than 3,000 four-year institutions in the United States have been so honored. A member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division III, the NCAC features championship competition in 23 sports — 11 for men and 12 for women. The 12 women's sports are among the most offered by any Division III conference, and the equality in number and emphasis between men’s and women’s athletics is just one of the elements that sets the North Coast apart. The goals of the conference express the best aspirations of American Andy Manson, DePauw amateur athletics. The NCAC brings together

a group of institutions which share a common allegiance to academic quality and to the conduct of athletics so as to support the educational purpose. Intercollegiate athletics can and should complement academic life, rather than compete with it, and sports should enhance the experience of students during their college years. This type of academic and athletic commitment has been led by the nine school presidents, who have taken an active role in Sarah Vorder Bruegge, Allegheny the governance of the conference. Forty-eight teams from all 23 North Coast sports and all nine members competed in the NCAA post-season during the 2010-11 academic year. The NCAC added another NCAA Division III swimming championships as Denison claimed the men’s title. Conference members have accumulated 62 national championships since the league was formed in February of 1983. In the past academic year, 207 All-America or Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America certificates were distributed to student-athletes from North Coast schools. The NCAC's commitment to equity, its broad base of athletic programs, and an unwavering insistence on excellence in academics has served as a model for conferences throughout the country. The North Coast has shown not only that these ideals can coexist, but that they can flourish. The NCAC continues as a pace-setter in the 21st century.


ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

DENISON PROJECTED TO FINISH FIRST AS NCAC PREPARES FOR 28TH WOMEN'S SOCCER SEASON CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Denison University emerged as the favorite in the 2011 North Coast Athletic Conference women’s soccer preseason poll based on balloting from eight of the nine league coaches. The Big Red, who are the defending NCAC tournament champions, earned six of a possible eight first-place votes from league coaches to compile 68 points. Allegheny collected the second highest point total with 59, including one first-place vote, while defending NCAC champion Wooster rounded out the top three with 52 points, including the final first-place vote. NCAC newcomer DePauw placed fourth with 47 points, while Wittenberg rounded out the top five with 46 points. Rounding out places six through nine in the poll were Kenyon (33), Ohio Wesleyan (28), Hiram (17) and Oberlin (10). Denison, which is 193-57-20 (.752) during the 14-year tenure of head coach Gail Murphy, returns 19 letterwinners and six starters from last year’s squad that finished the season with an overall record of 16-5-4 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Senior forward Tory Danis (Dayton, OH/Oakwood) is the top returning offensive threat for the Big Red after tallying 15 points (5g, 5a) in 2010, while sophomore goalie Andrea Karl (Powell, OH/Olentangy Liberty) will again look to bolster Denison’s defensive unit after allowing 21 goals in 2233:52 minutes of action in 2010 for a Goals Against Average of 0.85. Founded in 1983, the North Coast Athletic Conference is made up of ten academically selective colleges and universities Allegheny College, Denison University, DePauw University, Hiram College, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wabash College, Wittenberg University and the College of Wooster, along with affiliate member, Earlham College (field hockey). The NCAC sponsors 23 championship sports, 11 for men and 12 for women.

2011 NCAC Women's Soccer Poll North Coast Athletic Conference 2011 preseason women's soccer poll (first-place votes in parentheses, followed by total points) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Denison (6)......................................................68 Allegheny (1)....................................................59 Wooster (1)......................................................52 DePauw...........................................................47 Wittenberg........................................................46 Kenyon.............................................................33 Ohio Wesleyan.................................................28 Hiram................................................................17 Oberlin.............................................................10


ALLEGHENY COLLEGE

2011 Roster

Head Coach Michael Webber Alma Mater Holy Cross Record at AC 59-37-14 Overall Record 92-68-19

Quick Facts

Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335 Founded: 1815 Nickname: Gators Colors: Blue & Gold Enrollment: 2,100 President: Dr. James H. Mullen, Jr. Assoc. Athletic Director: Bill Ross office phone: (814) 332-2316 Head Coach: Michael Webber office phone: (814) 332-4782 SID: James Kramer email: jkramer@allegheny.edu office phone: (814) 332-5952 fax: (814) 337-1217 Trainer: Jamie Plunkett office phone: (814) 332-2817 2010 Overall Record: 14-3-4 2010 NCAC Record: 4-1-2

2011 Schedule

September 2 vs. Lycoming (at Dickinson) 6:00 PM 3 vs. SUNY-Brockport (at Dickinson) 2:30 PM 6 at Medaille 6:00 PM 10 vs. York (at Carnegie Mellon) 5:30 PM 11 vs. RIT (at Carnegie Mellon) 1:00 PM 14 GROVE CITY 4:30 PM 18 at Capital 12:00 PM 21 at Carnegie Mellon 7:00 PM 25 at Wittenberg* 12:00 PM 29 PSU-ALTOONA 4:30 PM October 1 DENISON* 12:00 PM 5 at Wooster* 4:30 PM 11 HIRAM* 4:00 PM 15 KENYON* 2:00 PM 19 at Oberlin* 7:00 PM 22 DEPAUW* 11:00 AM 29 at Ohio Wesleyan* 5:00 PM

No. Name

Yr.

3

Dayna Rowe

Jr. Pittsgrove, NJ

5

Molly Gerbasi

Sr. Chagrin Falls, OH

6

Alison Buzzard So. New Hartford, NY

7

Katrina Gazsi

Jr. Lititz, PA

8

Georgia Frost

Sr. Weston, CT

10 Ashley Lehr

Hometown

Jr. Fairview, PA

12 Chyna Strickland Jr. Bergenfield, NJ 15 Leanne Balster So. Beavercreek, OH 17 Megan Halsch

So. Denville, NJ

18 Kira Kliment

Sr. Roebling, NJ

19 Becca Crissman Sr. Butler, PA 20 Emily Byers

So. Enon Valley, PA

22 Shayna Spano

Jr. McKees Rocks, PA

25 Michelle Holcomb So. Erie, PA 26 Alex Gordon

Sr. Tarentum, PA

27 Emily Karr

Sr. Wexford, PA

30 Jenna Smith

So. Staten Island, NY

33 Taylor Endress So. Granby, CT

DENISON UNIVERSITY Head Coach Gail Murphy

2011 Roster

Alma Mater New Mexico Record at DU 193-57-20 Overall Record 242-94-23

Quick Facts Location: Granville, Ohio 43023 Founded: 1831 Nickname: Big Red Colors: Red & White Enrollment: 2,100 President: Dr. Dale T. Knobel Athletic Director: Nan Carney-DeBord office phone: (740) 587-6428 fax (740) 587-6362 Head Coach: Gail Murphy office phone: (740) 587-5728 SID: Craig Hicks email: hicksc@denison.edu office phone: (740) 587-6546 fax: (740) 587-6362 Trainer: Brian Hortz office phone: (740) 587-6577 2010 Overall Record: 16-5-4 2010 NCAC Record: 5-2

No. Name

Yr.

Hometown

00 Andrea Karl

So. Powell, OH

1 Kerrigan Dopp

Sr. McLean, VA

2 Libbie Randolph So. Hardyville, VA

2011 Schedule

September 2 CAPITAL 4 MARIAN 7 at Case Western 10 ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 11 ADRIAN 14 at Otterbein 17 DEPAUW* 20 at Ohio Northern 24 at Centre 28 at Carnegie Mellon October 1 at Allegheny* 8 WOOSTER* 12 KENYON* 16 at Wash. & Lee 19 at Wittenberg* 22 at Oberlin* 25 OHIO WESLEYAN* 29 HIRAM*

(Tentative)

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 Pm 7:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM

3 Allie Breschi

So. Carlisle, PA

4 Alicia Blake

Jr. Clinton Twp., MI

5 Sara Livingston Jr. Erie, PA 6 Abby Kerbaugh So. Danville, KY 8 Jenny Dean

Sr. Liberty Twp., OH

9 Jocelyn Festle

So. Park Ridge, IL

12 Alex Rollins

So. Franklin, TN

13 Kate Ludwig

Jr. Bay Village, OH

16 Leeann Kuehn

Jr. Granger, IN

17 Angie Coderre

Sr. Flossmoor, IL

19 Lauren Jay

So. Westerville, OH

20 Claire Hamilton So. Eden Prairie, MN 21 Clare Meernik

Sr. Redford, MI

22 Tory Danis

Sr. Dayton, OH

24 Emily Carlson

So. Lake Forest, IL

28 Lauren Farell

Sr. Sylvania, OH


DEPAUW UNIVERSITY Head Coach John Carter

2011 Roster

Alma Mater Earlham Record at DPU 155-67-11 Overall Record 155-67-11

Quick Facts

Location: Greencastle, IN 46135 Founded: 1837 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Old Gold & Black Enrollment: 2,394 President: Dr. Brian W. Casey Athletic Director: Page Cotton office phone: (765) 658-4938 fax: (765) 658-4964 Head Coach: John Carter office phone: (765) 658-4961 SID: BIll Wagner email: bwagner@depauw.edu office phone: (765) 658-4630 fax: (765) 658-4708 Trainer: Rex Call office phone: (765) 658-4937 2010 Overall Record: 10-7 2010 NCAC Record: N/A

2011 Schedule

September 2 vs, Wisc.-Eau Claire (at Wheaton) 11:30 AM 3 vs. Loras (at Wheaton) 11:30 AM 6 ROSE-HULMAN 7:00 PM 10 at Wash.-St. Louis 8:00 PM 11 vs. Fontbonne (at St. Louis) 1:30 PM 17 at Denison* 12:00 PM 22 CHICAGO 7:00 PM 24 HIRAM* 12:00 PM 27 at Earlham 4:30 PM October 1 at Kenyon* 1:00 PM 5 WHEATON (IL) 7:00 PM 8 OHIO WESLEYAN* 12:00 PM 15 at Wooster* 1:00 PM 19 at Illinois Wesleyan 7:00 PM 22 at Allegheny* 11:00 AM 25 WITTENBERG* 7:00 PM 29 OBERLIN* 12:00 PM

No. 00 0 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 14 15 16 19 20 21 22

Name Yr. Hannah Harrison So. Caroline Kerr Jr. Christy Fillenwarth Sr. Lauren Hannan Sr. Paige Fehr So. Emelie Johansson Sr. Kat Wilson Jr. Lauren Leipprandt Jr. Dana Sprague Jr. Emily White Jr. Holly Tipp So. Angela Cotherman So. Alex Ehr Sr. Sophia Da Silveira So. Kelly Reeves Jr. Amy Clark So. Emma Cooper Fr. Laura Guild Fr. Kali Harrison Fr. Clare Hasken Fr. Chloe Jacob Fr. Ryan Konicek Fr. Carey Kunz Fr. Molly Lazaron Fr. Taylor Morthland Fr. Katherine Spataro Fr. Erin Walsworth Fr. Tiara Winston Fr.

Hometown Anderson, IN Glencoe, IL Indianapolis, IN

Overland Park, KS

Cincinnati, OH

Stromstad, Sweden

Evanston, IL

Arlington Heights, IL Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

Bloomington, IL Northbrook, IL Lake Forest, IL

Rolling Meadows, IL

Naples, FL Cicero, IN Indianapolis, IN Tulsa, OK Indianapolis, IN Anderson, IN Richmond, IL Grosse Point Park, MI Geneva, IL Zionsville, IN Indianapolis, IN Decatur, IL St. Louis, MO Middlebury, IN Indianapolis, IN

HIRAM COLLEGE

Head Coach Bob Dean

2011 Roster

Alma Mater Kent State Record at HC 35-88-8 Overall Record 35-88-8

Quick Facts

Location: Hiram, Ohio 44234 Founded: 1850 Nickname: Terriers Colors: Blue & Red Enrollment: 1240 President: Thomas V. Chema Athletic Director: Tom Mulligan office phone: (330) 569-5940 fax: (330) 569-5392 Head Coach: Bob Dean office phone: (330) 569-5968 SID: Jeff Hoedt email: hoedtjm@hiram.edu office phone: (330) 569-5495 fax: (330) 569-5392 Trainer: Jim Johnston office phone: (330) 569-5351 2010 Overall Record: 5-12-2 2010 NCAC Record: 1-6

2011 Schedule

September 3 HILBERT 4 SPALDING 7 OTTERBEIN 10 at Hanover 11 at Thomas More 13 at Baldwin-Wallace 15 PSU-BEAVER 20 THIEL 24 at DePauw* 27 at Heidelberg 30 at Ohio Wesleyan* October 4 at John Carroll 8 WITTENBERG* 11 at Allegheny* 15 OBERLIN* 19 WOOSTER* 21 CASE WESTERN 25 KENYON* 29 at Denison*

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM

No. Name Yr. 00 Jocelyn Schmidt Fr. 01 Taylor Petersal Fr. 0 Kate Valaitis Jr. 1 Lisa Silvestro Fr. 2 Hannah Brown Jr. 3 Tiffany Marchewka Fr. 4 Olivia Dagg Jr. 5 Lyndsay Witmer Jr. 6 Jazmine Morales So. 7 Caitlin Fortson Sr. 8 Stephanie Takeuchi Jr. 9 Maggie Picolo So. 10 Kayla Durichko Sr. 11 Maureen Carroll Sr. 12 Kelsey Martin Fr. 13 Breann Mason So. 14 Megan Verel So. 15 Ernestina Zappa Jr. 16 Becca Simon So. 17 Kristen Cooney Sr. 18 Stephanie Fisher So. 19 Anna Cicchinelli Fr. 20 Natasha Blonsky Fr. 21 Chelsea Ulmer Jr. 22 Jessica Berube Fr. 23 Jamie Frost Jr. 24 Vanessa Consolo So. 25 Samantha Zuponcic Fr. 26 Chelsey Christie Fr. 27 Sarah Condon Fr. 28 Luana Correia So.

Hometown Kent, OH Warren, OH Lewis Center, OH London, Ontario North Olmsted, OH Chesterfield, MI Brampton, Ontario

Ashland, OH Lehigh Acres, FL Ravenna, OH Milton, Ontario Springfield, OH Brunswick, OH Niagara Falls, NY Austintown, OH Mentor, OH Aurora, OH Brooklyn, OH Mantua, OH North Lewisburg, OH

Aurora, OH Stow, OH Calabasas, CA Toledo, OH Barberton, OH Barberton, OH Ravenna, OH Mantua, OH Niles, OH Powell, OH

Praia, Cape Verde


KENYON COLLEGE

2011 Roster

Head Coach Kelly Bryan

Alma Mater North Carolina Wesleyan Record at KC 62-58-7 Overall Record 118-82-14

Quick Facts

Location: Gambier, Ohio 43022 Founded: 1824 Nickname: Lords Colors: Purple & White Enrollment: 1,600 President: Dr. S. Georgia Nugent Athletic Director: Peter Smith office phone: (740) 427-5811 fax: (740) 427-5402 Head Coach: Kelly Bryan office phone: (740) 427-5796 SID: Marty Fuller email: fullerm@kenyon.edu office phone: (740) 427-5471 fax: (740) 427-5401 Trainer: Andy Wheeler office phone: (740) 427-5262 2010 Overall Record: 8-7-2 2010 NCAC Record: 3-2-2

2011 Schedule

September 3 MARIAN 4 CAPITAL 10 vs. Kalamazoo (at Alma) 11 at Alma 15 at Marietta 17 at Hanover 21 WILMINGTON 24 HEIDELBERG 27 at Wooster* October 1 DEPAUW* 5 MOUNT UNION 9 at Oberlin* 12 at Denison* 15 at Allegheny* 19 OHIO WESLEYAN* 22 WITTENBERG* 25 at Hiram* 29 BERRY

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM

No. 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 23 26

Name Yr. Anna Walley Fr. Catherine Lloyd So. Lauren Wolfe So. Courtney Hague Jr. Sarah Heminger Jr. Clara Fischman Jr. Kristina Miklavic So. Virginia Rushton Sr. Meg Murphy Sr. Monty Sherwood Sr. Heather Amato Jr. Charlotte Detchon Jr. Caddie Durrett Sr. Lindsay Watts Sr. Sarabeth Domal Fr. Katie Blake So. Maddy Jacobs Fr. Lianne Castile Jr. Becca Romaine Fr. Katie Hoener Fr. Madi Kim So. Maddy McGrady Fr. Aisha Simon Fr. Alexa Vasios So.

Hometown Columbus, OH Avon, NY Overland Park, KS

Winnetka, IL Findlay, OH New York, NY Mesnali, Norway Birmingham, AL Denver, CO Ipswich, MA Darnestown, MD Bethesda, MD Atlanta, GA Lagrange, OH New Providence, NJ

Randolph, NJ Potomac, MD Gahanna, OH Fishers, IN Ballwin, MO Chicago, IL Pittsburgh, PA Brookline, MA Brookline, MA

OBERLIN COLLEGE

Head Coach Kristen Hayden

2011 Roster

Alma Mater Cleveland State Record at OC 15-50-6 Overall Record 15-50-6

Quick Facts

Location: Oberlin, Ohio 44074 Founded: 1833 Nickname: Yeomen Colors: Crimson & Gold Enrollment: 2,900 President: Marvin Krislov Athletic Director: William Roth office phone: (440) 775-6401 fax: (440) 775-8957 Head Coach: Kristen Hayden office phone: (440) 775-5789 SID: Mike Mancini email: mike.mancini@oberlin.edu office phone: (440) 775-8503 fax (440) 775-8957 Trainer: Tim Carver office phone: (440) 775-8514 2010 Overall Record: 4-14 2010 NCAC Record: 1-6

2011 Schedule

September 1 ST. VINCENT 3 at Aurora 4 at North Park 7 BALDWIN-WALLACE 9 at Anderson 10 at Manchester 13 at Mount Union 17 BROCKPORT 25 at Franklin 27 JOHN CARROLL October 1 at Wittenberg* 4 at Muskingum 9 KENYON* 11 OHIO WESLEYAN* 15 at Hiram* 19 ALLEGHENY* 22 DENISON* 26 at Wooster* 29 at DePauw*

5:30 PM TBA 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 3:00 PM TBA 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:30 PM TBA 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM

No. 00 0 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 12 15 17 19 21 22 27 29

Name Sara Gaines Cheryl Lindsly Elizabeth Kuhr Sarah Andrews Ariel Goodman

Yr. Hometown Sr. Lexington, KY Jr. Oberlin, OH So. Scarsdale, NY So. Oberlin, OH So. Waterbury Center, VT Ryann McChesney Sr. Seattle, WA Sophie Vieland So. Columbus, OH Sarah Orbuch So. Plymouth, MN Lori Sako Sr. Seattle, WA Angie Garcia Jr. Washington D.C. Briggin Scharf Sr. New York, NY Evanne Gordon Sr. Ithaca, NY Hannah Combe Jr. Granville, OH Kiah Deibler-Gorman Jr. Lewisburg, PA Devon Watts-Fitzgerald Sr. Coral Gables, FL Charlotte Istel So. Brooklyn, NY Rachael Bandeira So. Colorado Springs, CO Emily Brennan Fr. Maryland, NY Kate Frost Fr. Germantown, MD Kate Hanick Fr. Kennett Square, PA Megan Michel Fr. Ashland, OH Abby Weiss Fr. Oberlin, OH


OHIO WESLEYAN UNIV. 2011 Roster

Head Coach Bob Barnes

No. Name

Alma Mater Ohio Wesleyan Record at OWU 196-62-21 Overall Record 196-62-21

Quick Facts

Location: Delaware, Ohio 43015 Founded: 1842 Nickname: Battling Bishops Colors: Red & Black Enrollment: 1,945 President: Dr. Rock Jones Athletic Director: Roger Ingles office phone: (740) 368-3738 fax: (740) 368-3751 Head Coach: Bob Barnes office phone: (740) 368-3757 SID:Mark Beckenbach email: mlbecken@owu.edu office phone: (740) 368-3340 fax: (740) 368-3332 Trainer: Todd Miller office phone: (740) 368-3747 2010 Overall Record: 4-10-3 2010 NCAC Record: 1-5-1

Yr.

Hometown

1 Hannah Zacharias So. Marysville, OH 2

2011 Schedule

September 1 at Capital 5:00 PM 3 HANOVER 2:00 PM 7 MT. ST. JOSEPH 7:00 PM 10 at Washington & Jefferson 2:00 PM 14 at Wilmington 7:00 PM 17 at Earlham 1:00 PM 21 at Otterbein 5:00 PM 24 at Wheaton (IL) 7:00 PM 27 CASE WESTERN 7:30 PM 30 HIRAM* 5:30 PM October 4 DEFIANCE 7:00 PM 8 at DePauw* 12:00 PM 11 at Oberlin* 5:45 PM 15 WITTENBERG 5:00 PM 19 at Kenyon* 4:00 PM 22 WOOSTER* 7:00 PM 25 at Denison* 7:00 PM 29 ALLEGHENY* 5:00 PM

Emma Markey

Fr. Indianapolis, IN

3

Sarah Stachowiak Fr. Westlake, OH

4

Devon Bradley

Jr. Versailles, KY

5

Belle Madison

Sr. Charlevoix, MI

6

Emily Sattler

So. Marysville, OH

7

Makinzie Krebsbach

8

Katie Jewell

Fr. Rushville, OH

9

Emily Knapp

So. Naperville, IL

Sr. Vadnais Heights, MN

11 Jessie Huschart Jr. Columbus, OH 12 Amber Callen-Ward So. Holley, NY 14 Grace Naticchia Fr. Delaware, OH 15 Sara Lawrence Fr. Wilbraham, MA 16 Ally Miess

Jr. Fairview Park, OH

17 Amelia Randall So. Hingham, MA 18 Elizabeth Riggio So. Itasca, IL 19 Sam Weeks

Fr. Bondville, VT

20 Lindsay Reed

Fr. Dublin, OH

21 Yada Hutchinson So. Hudson, OH 27 Audrey Bell

Fr. South Beloit, IL

28 Caitlin Zeller

Sr. Cuyahoga Falls, OH

30 Lauren Grenier So. Lake Bluff, IL

WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY 2011 Roster

Head Coach Kwame Lloyd

Alma Mater Susquehanna Record at WIT First Year Overall Record 114-106-16

Quick Facts

Location: Springfield, Ohio 45501 Founded: 1845 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Red & White Enrollment: 1,950 President: Dr. Mark Erickson Athletic Director: Garnett Purnell office phone: (937) 327-6472 fax: (937) 327-6428 Head Coach: Kwame Lloyd office phone: (937) 327-6496 SID: Ryan Maurer email: rmaurer@wittenberg.edu office phone: (937) 327-6114 fax: (937) 327-6112 Trainer: Ellen Crosbie office phone: (937) 327-6467 2010 Overall Record: 13-5-1 2010 NCAC Record: 5-2

2011 Schedule

September 2 at Messiah 3 at Moravian 7 WILMINGTON 10 ADRIAN 11 ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 14 OHIO NORTHERN 19 at Mt. St. Joseph 21 at Earlham 25 ALLEGHENY* 28 at Transylvania October 1 OBERLIN* 4 URBANA 8 at Hiram* 15 at Ohio Wesleyan* 19 DENISON* 22 at Kenyon* 25 at DePauw* 29 WOOSTER*

7:30 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:30 PM

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 21 23 24 27 28 29 33

Name Yr. Cassie Lythjohan Jr. Melissa Gartner Jr. Mary Clare Yerke Fr. Cassandra Howell Fr. Kelly Brothers Jr. Shannon Inglis Fr. Chelsey Marcum Fr. Amy Cook Jr. Lindsay Janmey So. Leslie Oliver Jr. Katie Murphey So. Kailey Striebel Jr. Erin Rowell So. Tobi Weston Fr. Lauren McMahon Jr. Megan Utter Sr. Jillian Staton Fr. Grace Winzeler Jr. Allie Keefer Sr. Meredith Kirby Sr. Kristi Burkitt Sr. Erika Rich Fr. Lauren McMahon Sr. Sheryl Chambers Sr. Taylor Goss Sr.

Hometown Centerville, OH Cincinnati, OH Columbus, OH Batavia, OH Dublin, OH Lake Orion, OH Centerville, OH Hilliard, OH Hinckley, OH Enon, OH Toledo, OH Kettering, OH Evanston, IL Worthington, OH Loveland, OH Grand Rapids, MI Aurora, IL Dublin, OH West Chester, OH Buffalo, NY Columbus, OH Pittsburgh, PA Hilliard, OH Victorville, CA Sandy Spring, MD


COLLEGE OF WOOSTER Head Coach David Brown

2011 Roster

Alma Mater Cleveland State Record at WOO 226-110-27 Overall Record 226-110-27

Quick Facts

Location: Wooster, Ohio 44691 Founded: 1866 Nickname: Fighting Scots Colors: Black & Old Gold Enrollment: 1,800 President: Dr. Grant H. Cornwell Athletic Director: Keith Beckett office phone: (330) 263-2189 fax: (330) 263-2537 Head Coach: David Brown office phone: (330) 263-2503 SID: Hugh Howard email: hhoward@wooster.edu office phone: (330) 263-2374 fax: (330) 263-2209 Trainer: Tom Love office phone: (330) 263-2184 2010 Overall Record: 11-6-2 2010 NCAC Record: 5-1-1

2011 Schedule

September 3 at Ohio Northern 4 at Washington & Jefferson 7 at Marietta 10 at Bethany 11 WILMINGTON 14 HEIDELBERG 17 CENTRE 20 JOHN CARROLL 24 at Case Western 27 KENYON* October 5 ALLEGHENY* 8 at Denison* 10 at Notre Dame (OH) 15 DEPAUW* 19 at Hiram* 22 at Ohio Wesleyan* 26 OBERLIN* 29 at Wittenberg*

5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:30 PM

No. 0 1 2 3 4 8 10 11 12 13 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 30

Name Caitlin Zusy Michele Ring Lida Bilokur

Yr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Stephanie McShane Jr. Mary Riney Sr. Stephanie Megas So. Esther Bryant Sr. Jenna Hohan Jr. Kendal Wong Jr. Maggie Kehm Sr. Alison Schlothauer So. Kelsey Peters Sr. Paige Piper Jr. Bri Fulmer Sr. Kyrsten Kamlowsky So. Mel Sidman Sr. Taylor Morgan Jr. Brooke Towner Sr. Erin Davison Jr. Paige Madden So. Erika Kay Jr. Maura Hall So. Crystal Chavez Fr. Alanna Faust Fr. Jessica Friesen Fr. Sophia Garfinkel Fr. Gabi Morrison Fr. Kimberly Seidell Fr. Hannah Sharfman Fr. Katherine Tuttle Fr.

Hometown Novelty, OH Northville, MI Seattle, WA Grosse Pointe, MI Louisville, KY Arlington, VA Toledo, OH North Canton, OH Farmington Hills, MI

York, PA

North Olmsted, OH

Goshen, IN Midland, MI Ashland, OH Stow, OH Reading, MA

East Grand Rapids, MI

Rocky River, OH Maitland, FL Findlay, OH

Grosse Pointe Park, MI

Medfield, MA Longmont, CO Santa Fe, NM Englewood, CO

West Bloomfield, MI

Fairfax, VA Granville, OH

North Manchester, IN

Laurel, MD


Women’s Soccer All-Time Standings 2010

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wooster............................. 5-1-1........11-6-2 2. Denison *........................... 5-2-0....... 16-5-4 Wittenberg......................... 5-2-0....... 13-5-1 4. Allegheny.......................... 4-1-2....... 14-3-4 5. Kenyon.............................. 3-2-2......... 8-7-2 6. Ohio Wesleyan.................. 1-5-1....... 4-10-3 7. Hiram................................. 1-6-0....... 5-12-2 Oberlin............................... 1-6-0....... 4-14-0 * NCAC Tournament Champion

Player of the Year (O): Jen Clemmer, DEN Player of the Year (D): Kelsey Peters, WOO Newcomer of the Year: Allison Buzzard, ALL Coach of the Year: David Brown, WOO NCAA Representatives: ALL, DEN

2007

2009

2008

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison............................. 7-0-1....... 16-4-2 2. Wittenberg *...................... 4-2-2....... 12-5-5 Allegheny.......................... 4-2-2........11-6-2 4. Earlham............................. 4-3-1....... 12-7-1 Kenyon.............................. 4-3-1....... 7-10-1 6. Ohio Wesleyan.................. 4-4-0......... 8-8-2 7. Wooster............................. 3-4-1........11-4-4 8. Hiram................................. 1-7-0....... 7-10-2 Oberlin............................... 1-7-0....... 5-12-2

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison............................. 7-1-0....... 15-5-1 2. Wittenberg *...................... 5-2-1........11-4-6 Allegheny.......................... 5-2-1......... 8-8-3 4. Wooster............................. 5-3-0....... 14-6-0 5. Ohio Wesleyan.................. 4-2-2....... 10-6-3 6. Earlham............................. 4-4-0....... 12-6-0 7. Kenyon.............................. 2-5-1........5-11-1 8. Oberlin............................... 0-6-2....... 3-12-3 9. Hiram................................. 0-7-1....... 5-21-1

Player of the Year (O): Kimmi Oshita, DEN Player of the Year (D): Maggie Amorello, WIT Newcomer of the Year: Joy Doucette, ERL Coach of the Year: Gail Murphy, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, WIT

Player of the Year (O): Suzanne Medwid, WIT Player of the Year (D): Sam Schoeny, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Emily Karr, ALL Coach of the Year: Gail Murphy, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, WIT

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2006

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2005

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wittenberg *...................... 6-0-2....... 18-3-3 2. Denison............................. 5-1-2....... 14-6-2 3. Ohio Wesleyan.................. 4-1-3......... 9-5-5 4. Wooster............................. 4-3-1....... 12-5-1 Kenyon.............................. 4-3-1......... 9-7-2 6. Earlham............................. 4-4-0....... 12-5-1 7. Allegheny.......................... 3-4-1......... 6-8-2 8. Oberlin............................... 1-7-0....... 3-12-1 9. Hiram................................. 0-8-0........8-11-0

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon............................6-2-0.......... 14-6-0 2. Wittenberg *....................5-1-2.......... 15-3-4 3. Denison...........................5-2-1.......... 15-5-2 Wooster...........................5-2-1.......... 12-6-1 5. Ohio Wesleyan................5-3-0............ 9-5-4 6. Allegheny........................3-4-1.......... 10-7-1 7. Earlham...........................2-5-1............ 7-8-2 8. Oberlin.............................1-7-0.......... 6-12-1 Hiram...............................1-7-0.......... 3-15-1

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.............................7-0-1........ 16-4-4 2. Wittenberg.........................5-3-0........ 14-5-0 Ohio Wesleyan *................5-3-0........ 13-6-1 Kenyon..............................5-3-0........ 10-7-1 5. Allegheny..........................4-3-1........ 10-5-2 Wooster.............................4-3-1.......... 9-6-3 7. Earlham.............................2-6-0.......... 9-8-1 8. Oberlin...............................1-6-1........ 6-10-2 9. Hiram.................................1-7-0........ 3-14-1

Player of the Year (O): Sarah Ash, DEN Player of the Year (D): Jean Arnold, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Karmon Duchon, ERL Coach of the Year: Jim Watts, ERL NCAA Representatives: DEN, WIT

Player of the Year (O): Erin Lustic, WOO Player of the Year (D): Kim Cochran, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Winnie Adrien, WOO Coach of the Year: Kelly Walters NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, WIT

Player of the Year (O): Sarah Wall, OWU Player of the Year (D): Jamie McIntyre, WIT Newcomer of the Year: Hillary Carter, ERL Coach of the Year: Gail Murphy, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2004

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2003

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2002

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan *................8-0-0........ 16-3-2 2. Denison.............................7-1-0........ 15-4-1 3. Wittenberg.........................5-3-0.........11-4-5 4. Allegheny..........................4-4-0.......... 9-7-2 Wooster.............................4-4-0........ 13-4-1 Kenyon..............................4-4-0........ 10-7-1 7. Earlham.............................3-5-0.......... 6-9-1 8. Hiram.................................0-7-1........ 4-14-1 Oberlin...............................0-7-1........ 3-13-1

Member NCAC Overall 1. Allegheny..........................8-0-0........ 15-2-2 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0........ 17-2-0 3. Denison*............................6-2-0........ 12-6-1 4. Wooster.............................5-3-0........ 13-5-3 5. Kenyon..............................4-4-0........ 7-10-1 6. Wittenberg.........................3-5-0........ 8-10-1 7. Oberlin...............................2-6-0........ 5-12-1 8. Earlham.............................1-7-0.........6-11-1 9. Hiram.................................0-8-0........ 3-16-0

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan..................8-0-0........ 24-0-0 2. Wooster.............................5-1-2........ 13-2-5 3. Allegheny..........................6-1-1........ 14-5-1 4. Denison.............................5-2-1........ 13-5-1 5. Kenyon..............................4-4-0........ 7-10-1 6. Wittenberg.........................3-5-0........ 6-12-0 7. Oberlin...............................2-6-0........ 7-10-2 8. Earlham.............................1-7-0........ 2-16-0 9. Hiram.................................0-8-0........ 3-14-1

Player of the Year (O): Sarah Wall, OWU Player of the Year (D): Jamie McIntyre, WIT Newcomer of the Year: Liz Gillette, DEN Coach of the Year: Norm Riker, WIT NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year (O): Sarah Wall, OWU Player of the Year (D): Becca Scina, WOO Newcomer of the Year: Anne Young, DEN Coach of the Year: Paul Bonus, ALL NCAA Representatives: ALL, DEN

Player of the Year (O): Sarah Wall, OWU Player of the Year (D): Liz Orr, ALL Newcomer of the Year: Colleen Wirtz, DEN Coach of the Year: David Brown, WOO NCAA Representatives: OWU

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2001

* NCAC Tournament Champion

2000

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-0-0........ 18-1-0 2. Denison.............................7-1-0........ 14-5-0 3. Allegheny..........................5-3-0........ 13-6-0 Wittenberg.........................4-3-1.......... 7-7-3 5. Wooster.............................4-3-1........ 10-5-1 6. Kenyon..............................2-5-1.......... 6-8-1 7. Earlham.............................2-6-0........ 4-10-1 8. Oberlin...............................1-6-1.......... 7-9-1 Hiram.................................1-7-0.........6-11-0

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0........ 16-4-1 2. Allegheny..........................7-1-0........ 16-4-1 3. Denison.............................7-1-0........ 13-3-1 Wittenberg.........................4-4-0........ 10-7-0 5. Wooster.............................4-4-0........ 10-7-0 Kenyon..............................4-4-0.......... 9-8-0 7. Oberlin...............................2-6-0.........5-11-0 8. Earlham.............................1-7-0.......... 5-9-1 9. Hiram.................................0-8-0........ 4-14-0

Player of the Year (O): Katy Sturtz, OWU Player of the Year (D): Meredith Rider, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Katie Mazzio, WIT Coach of the Year: Bob Barnes, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year (O): Sarah Finke, DEN Player of the Year (D): Louise Eddleston, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Geri Woessner, WIT Coach of the Year: Jeff Groff, ALL NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

* Positions 1-4 determined by NCAC Tournament

* Positions 1-4 determined by NCAC Tournament

* Positions 1-4 determined by NCAC Tournament

1999

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan..................8-0-0........ 19-1-0 2. Denison.............................7-1-0........ 18-2-0 3. Allegheny..........................5-3-0........ 12-5-2 4. Earlham.............................4-3-1.........11-5-2 Wooster.............................4-3-1........ 13-4-2 6. Wittenberg.........................4-4-0.........7-11-1 7. Kenyon..............................2-6-0........ 8-12-1 8. Oberlin...............................1-7-0........ 6-13-0 9. Hiram.................................0-8-0........ 2-17-0 Player of the Year (O): Katy Sturtz, OWU Player of the Year (D): Abby Jenkins, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Sarah Finke, DEN Coach of the Year: Bob Barnes, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU


Women’s Soccer All-Time Standings (2) 1998

1997

1996

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.............................7-0-1........ 16-3-1 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0........ 19-3-0 3. Earlham.............................5-3-0........ 10-7-1 4. Allegheny..........................4-4-0........ 10-9-1 Wooster.............................4-4-0...... 10-10-0 6. Wittenberg.........................3-4-1........ 4-14-1 7. Oberlin...............................3-5-0.......... 7-8-2 8. CWRU...............................1-6-1........ 3-14-1 9. Kenyon..............................0-7-1........ 4-15-1

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.............................6-1-1........ 16-3-2 2. Allegheny..........................6-2-0........ 18-2-0 3. Wooster.............................5-3-0.........7-11-0 4. CWRU...............................4-3-1.......... 8-9-1 5. Wittenberg.........................4-4-0........ 9-10-0 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................3-5-0........ 10-8-0 Earlham.............................3-5-0.........8-11-0 8. Oberlin...............................2-6-0.........8-11-0 Kenyon..............................2-6-0........ 4-15-0

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wooster.............................8-0-0........ 18-3-0 2. Allegheny..........................7-1-0........ 16-3-1 3. Ohio Wesleyan..................4-3-1........ 8-10-1 4. Kenyon..............................4-4-0.......... 9-7-1 5. Denison.............................3-4-1........ 8-10-1 6. Earlham.............................2-5-1.......... 9-8-2 Wittenberg.........................2-5-1.......... 9-9-2 CWRU...............................2-5-1........ 5-10-3 9. Oberlin...............................1-6-1.......... 6-9-2

Player of the Year (O): Katy Sturtz, OWU Player of the Year (D): Shelly Holt, ERL Coach of the Year: Shane Meredith, ERL NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year (O): Jill Westerfield, DEN Player of the Year (D): Jamie McGrady, ALL Coach of the Year: John Wicher, ALL NCAA Representatives: DEN

Player of the Year (O): Laurie Danner, KEN Player of the Year (D): Kelly James, WOO Coach of the Year: David Brown, WOO NCAA Representatives: WOO

1995

1994

1993

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0.........11-5-2 2. Wittenberg.........................6-2-0........ 15-3-0 3. CWRU...............................5-2-1.........11-6-2 4. Denison.............................5-3-0........ 14-5-0 5. Kenyon..............................4-3-1.........11-6-2 6. Allegheny..........................4-4-0........ 7-12-1 7. Wooster.............................3-5-0........ 10-8-1 8. Earlham.............................1-7-0........ 9-10-0 9. Oberlin...............................0-8-0........ 4-14-0

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wooster.............................7-1-0........ 15-5-0 2. Wittenberg.........................5-2-1........ 14-5-1 3. Kenyon..............................5-3-0........ 14-4-0 Allegheny..........................4-2-2.........11-6-3 Denison.............................5-3-0.......... 9-9-1 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................4-3-1........ 10-7-1 7. CWRU...............................3-5-0........ 6-12-0 8. Oberlin...............................1-7-0.......... 8-9-1 9. Earlham.............................0-8-0........ 6-13-1

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.............................8-0-0........ 16-4-1 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................6-2-0.........11-8-0 3. Kenyon..............................5-3-0........ 12-6-1 Allegheny..........................5-3-0........ 9-10-1 5. CWRU...............................4-4-0.........11-7-0 Wooster.............................4-4-0.......... 9-9-1 7. Wittenberg.........................3-5-0........ 13-7-0 8. Earlham.............................1-7-0.........6-11-0 9. Oberlin...............................0-8-0........ 2-13-1

Player of the Year (O): Kathy Aros, WIT Player of the Year (D): Sarah Newlin, WIT Coach of the Year: Margie Shade, OWU NCAA Representatives:

Player of the Year (O): Hilary Marx, KEN Player of the Year (D): Kelly James, WOO Coach of the Year: David Brown, WOO NCAA Representatives:

Player of the Year (O): Megan Whiteside, DEN Player of the Year (D): Mandy Whalen, DEN Coach of the Year: Ted Barclay, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN

1992

1991

1990

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.............................7-0-1........ 16-3-1 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................6-1-1........ 14-3-3 3. Wooster.............................6-2-0........ 13-7-1 4. Kenyon..............................5-3-0........ 13-5-0 5. Allegheny..........................4-4-0........ 9-10-0 Wittenberg.........................3-3-2.......... 9-8-2 7. CWRU...............................2-6-0........ 6-10-1 8. Earlham.............................0-7-1........ 4-13-2 Oberlin...............................0-7-1........ 3-13-1

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wooster.............................7-0-1........ 14-3-3 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0........ 13-6-1 3. Denison.............................6-2-0........ 14-3-1 4. Allegheny..........................4-3-1.........7-11-2 5. CWRU...............................4-4-0........ 12-6-0 Kenyon..............................3-3-2.......... 9-7-2 7. Wittenberg.........................2-6-0........ 6-10-1 8. Earlham.............................1-7-0........ 6-13-0 9. Oberlin...............................0-8-0........ 2-15-0

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0........ 16-3-0 Wooster.............................6-0-2........ 12-4-3 3. Denison.............................5-1-2........ 13-4-2 4. Allegheny..........................5-2-1........ 10-8-2 5. CWRU...............................3-5-0.......... 5-9-3 6. Kenyon..............................2-5-1.......... 8-9-1 7. Oberlin...............................2-6-0.........6-11-1 Wittenberg.........................2-6-0........ 8-10-0 9. Earlham.............................1-7-0........ 2-14-0

Player of the Year (O): Angie Mouch, OWU Player of the Year (D): Mandy Whalen, DEN Coach of the Year: Jon Lipsitz, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU, WOO

Player of the Year (O): Stacie Rose, OWU Player of the Year (D): Lisa Hall, WOO Coach of the Year: Kim Shaw, CWRU NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year (O): Leigh Sears, OWU Player of the Year (D): Lisa Hall, WOO Coach of the Year: Nick Cowell, WOO NCAA Representatives:

1989

Member NCAC Overall 1. Allegheny..........................7-1-0........ 14-5-1 Ohio Wesleyan..................7-1-0........ 13-4-1 3. Denison.............................5-3-0.........11-7-0 Wittenberg.........................5-3-0.......... 9-7-1 5. Oberlin...............................4-3-1........ 10-6-2 6. Wooster.............................3-4-1........ 10-7-1 7. Kenyon..............................2-5-1.......... 8-9-2 8. CWRU...............................1-6-1........ 5-10-1 9. Earlham.............................0-8-0........ 0-10-0 Player of the Year (O): Stacie Rose, OWU Player of the Year (D): Sheila McElroy, CWRU Coach of the Year: Jack Heim, OBE NCAA Representatives:

1988

1987

Member NCAC Overall 1. Allegheny..........................6-0-0........ 16-5-0 2. Oberlin...............................3-1-2.......... 9-7-2 3. Ohio Wesleyan..................3-3-0........ 13-3-2 4. Wooster.............................2-2-2.......... 9-6-2 5. Denison.............................2-4-0.........11-6-1 6. CWRU...............................1-4-1.......... 7-6-2 Kenyon..............................1-4-1.......... 6-8-1

Member NCAC Overall 1. Allegheny..........................4-0-2........ 14-3-2 2. Denison.............................4-1-1.......... 9-9-1 3. Kenyon..............................3-2-1.......... 7-7-3 4. Ohio Wesleyan..................1-1-4.......... 6-3-5 Oberlin...............................3-3-0.......... 8-8-1 6. Wooster.............................1-4-1.......... 8-9-0 7. CWRU...............................0-5-1.......... 4-9-1

Player of the Year (O): Nellie Springer, ALL Player of the Year (D): Molly Hewes, OWU Coach of the Year: John Wilcher, ALL NCAA Representatives: ALL

Player of the Year (O): Stasha Wyskiel, KEN Player of the Year (D): Molly Hewes, OWU Coach of the Year: Cheryl Marra, DEN; Marge Shade, OWU NCAA Representatives: ALL


Women’s Soccer All-Time Standings (3)

1986

1985

Member NCAC Overall 1. Allegheny........................12-0-0........ 15-4-1 2. Denison.............................8-4-0........ 10-9-0 3. Kenyon..............................7-4-1.......... 9-4-2 4. Ohio Wesleyan..................6-4-2.......... 6-6-2 5. Oberlin...............................3-8-1........ 4-13-1 6. CWRU...............................1-9-2........ 1-10-4 Wooster.............................1-9-2.........2-11-2

Member NCAC Overall 1. Allegheny..........................9-1-2.........11-2-2 2. Denison.............................8-1-3.........11-4-4 3. Oberlin...............................7-1-4.......... 8-5-4 4. Ohio Wesleyan..................5-5-2.......... 5-7-2 5. Kenyon..............................5-6-1.......... 5-8-1 6. CWRU............................. 1-11-0.........1-11-0 Wooster........................... 1-11-0........ 1-13-0

Player of the Year (O): Nellie Springer, ALL Player of the Year (D): Sara Turgeon, KEN Coach of the Year: John Wilcher, ALL NCAA Representatives: ALL

Player of the Year (O): Georgann Morin, ALL Player of the Year (D): Betsy Goldin, OBE Coach of the Year: Cheryl Marra, DEN NCAA Representatives:

1984

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison........................................................ 2. Oberlin.......................................................... 3. Kenyon......................................................... 4. CWRU.......................................................... 5. Ohio Wesleyan............................................. Coach of the Year: Cheryl Marra, DEN NCAA Representatives:

NSCAA Pre-Season NCAA Div. III Women’s Soccer Poll

Rank 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

School Prev. Hardin-Simmons (Texas) 1 Messiah (Pa.) 2 Otterbein (Ohio) 3 William Smith (N.Y.) 4 Emory (Ga.) 5 Williams (Mass.) 6 Wheaton (Ill.) 7 Loras (Iowa) 8 Johns Hopkins (Md.) 9 Trinity (Texas) 10 Denison (Ohio) 11 College of New Jersey 12 SUNY Oneonta 13 Eastern Connecticut State 14 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 15 Dickinson (Pa.) 16 Illinois Wesleyan 17 Lynchburg (Va.) 18 Univ. of Redlands (Calif.) 19 Univ. of Chicago 20 Univ. of Rochester (N.Y.) 21 Wheaton (Mass.) 22 Carleton (Minn.) 23 Puget Sound (Wash.) 24 Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) 25 2010 final record and ranking shown

W-L-T 24 - 0 - 1 24 - 1 - 0 20 - 0 - 4 18 - 3 - 3 16 - 2 - 4 15 - 4 - 2 20 - 2 - 2 22 - 1 - 1 18 - 4 - 1 17 - 2 - 2 16 - 5 - 4 18 - 3 - 1 17 - 5 - 2 16 - 1 - 5 18 - 2 - 2 16 - 4 - 2 17 - 2 - 3 17 - 3 - 2 12 - 10 - 1 12 - 1 - 3 12 - 5 - 3 17 - 4 - 3 15 - 3 - 2 17 - 2 - 2 12 - 5 - 4


NORTH COAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS INDIVIDUAL — GAME Goals: 5, Becky Wentz (Denison) vs. Hiram, 9/17/1992; Alexis Emrick (Allegheny) vs. Grove City, 9/20/1997 Assists: 4, Stacie Rose (Ohio Wesleyan) vs. Capital, 9/18/1991 Points: 10 (5-0), Becky Wentz (Denison) vs. Hiram, 9/17/1992; (5-0) Alexis Emrick (Allegheny) vs. Grove City, 9/20/1997 Saves: 43, Dawn Crownover (Wooster) vs. Denison, 10/1/1985 INDIVIDUAL — SEASON Goals: 43, Katy Sturtz (Ohio Wesleyan), 1998 Assists: 17, Megan Whiteside (Denison),1993 Points: 95 (43-9), Katy Sturtz (Ohio Wesleyan), 1998 Saves: 262, Laura Warner (Hiram), 1999 Shutouts: 14, Lisa Hall (Wooster), 1991; Elizabeth Clapacs (Denison), 1998; Meghan O’Rourke (Wittenberg), 2007; Courtney Cobb (Denison), 2009 INDIVIDUAL — CAREER Goals: 112, Katy Sturtz (Ohio Wesleyan), 1998-2001 Assists: 53, Sarah Wall (Ohio Wesleyan), 2002-05 Points: 248 (112-24), Katy Sturtz (Ohio Wesleyan), 1998-2001 Saves: 723, Molly Hewes (Ohio Wesleyan), 1986-89 Shutouts: 43, Meghan O’Rourke (Wittenberg), 2004-07 TEAM — GAME Goals: 16, Kenyon vs. Defiance, 9/2/1998 Goals, Both Teams: 16, Kenyon (16) vs. Defiance (0), 9/2/1998 Winning Margin: 16, Kenyon (16) vs. Defiance (0), 9/2/1998 Assists: 9, Kenyon vs. Hiram, 9/19/1992; Kenyon vs. Washington & Jefferson, 9/10/1994; Ohio Wesleyan vs. Augustana, 9/10/2000 Saves: 43, Wooster vs. Denison, 10/1/1985 TEAM — SEASON Goals: 90, Ohio Wesleyan, 2002 Fewest Goals Allowed: 4, Ohio Wesleyan, 2002 Shutouts: 20, Ohio Wesleyan, 2002 Victories: 24, Ohio Wesleyan, 2002 Winning Streak: 60, Ohio Wesleyan, 2001-03 Winning Streak, NCAC games: 29, Ohio Wesleyan, 2000-03 Unbeaten Streak: 60 (60-0-0), Ohio Wesleyan, 2001-03 Unbeaten Streak, NCAC games: 35 (31-0-4), Allegheny, 1985-89


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