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2009 MEDIA/RECRUITING GUIDE


BISONSOCCER 2009 Bison Schedule

Contents

Date Sun, Aug. 16 Fri, Aug. 21

Opponent AUGUSTANA (EX.) DRAKE

Fri, Aug. 28 Sun, Aug. 30

at Baylor vs. Lamar

Tues, Sept. 1 Sun, Sept. 6 Fri, Sept. 11 Sun, Sept. 13

CREIGHTON at Minnesota at Wisconsin at Green Bay

Fri, Sept. 18 Sun, Sept. 20

Soccer Etc./Nike Invitational at Boise State Boise, Idaho vs. Portland State Boise, Idaho

Tues, Sept. 29 Fri, Oct. 2 Sun, Oct. 4 Fri, Oct. 9 Sun, Oct. 11 Fri, Oct. 16 Sun, Oct. 18 Fri, Oct. 23 Sun, Oct. 25 Sat, Oct. 31

Site FARGO, N.D. FARGO, N.D.

Baylor Tournament Waco, Texas Waco, Texas

MARY *at Oral Roberts *at Centenary *IPFW *OAKLAND *at IUPUI *at Western Illinois *SOUTHERN UTAH *UMKC *at South Dakota State

FARGO, N.D. Minneapolis, Minn. Madison, Wis. Green Bay, Wis.

FARGO, N.D. Tulsa, Okla. Shreveport, La. FARGO, N.D. FARGO, N.D. Indianapolis, Ind. Macomb, Ill. FARGO, N.D. FARGO, N.D. Brookings, S.D.

Time 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

7 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

6 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m.

All times Central unless noted otherwise Home games in BOLD CAPS played at the Ellig Sports Complex *Summit League games

Credits:

The North Dakota State University women’s soccer media/recruiting guide was written and edited by Jenny Beam of the NDSU athletic media relations office. Photography by Bob Nelson. Supplementary information and photography provided by Bruce Rand, Mark Dean, NDSU soccer team, NDSU University Relations, the Fargodome, the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the North Dakota Tourism Division. Cover design by NDSU Publication Services.

Fax: (701) 231-8022 E-mail: jennifer.beam@ndsu.edu Non-Discrimination Policy North Dakota State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, disability, age, status as a U.S. veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, or public assistance status. Direct inquiries to the Vice President for Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach, 205 Old Main, (701) 231-7708.

General Info

Name: North Dakota State University City/Zip: Fargo, North Dakota 58105 Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 13,229 (Fall 2008) Nickname: Bison Colors: Yellow and Green (PMS 123, 343) Home Field: Ellig Sports Complex (3,500) Surface/Lights: Natural Grass/No Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Joseph A. Chapman Alma Mater: Oregon State, 1965 Athletic Director: Gene Taylor Alma Mater: Arizona State, 1980 Women’s Athletic Director: Lynn Dorn Alma Mater: Bemidji (Minn.) State, 1972 Athletic Dept. Phone: (701) 231-8981 Ticket Office Phone: (888) 231-NDSU (6378)

History

First Year of Soccer: 1995 (14 seasons) All-Time Record: 138-101-14 (.573) Years in NCAA Tournament: One Last NCAA Tournament: 1999 (Division II) Finish: Central Region Runner-Up Last Postseason Opponent: Northern Kentucky (L, 1-0), 1999

Team Info

Head Coach: Pete Cuadrado Alma Mater: TCU, 2000 Record at NDSU: 56-45-8 (6 years) Career Record: 56-45-8 (6 years) Email: Pete.Cuadrado@ndsu.edu Office Phone: (701) 231-9471 Associate Head Coach: John Ross Alma Mater: Northeastern Illinois, 2000 Assistant Coach: Christie Chappell Alma Mater: Minnesota-Crookston, 2006 Director of Sports Medicine: Scott Woken 2008 Record: 5-12-2 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/1 Newcomers: 6

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For more information, contact: Jenny Beam Athletic Media Relations Assistant NDSU Dept 1200 PO Box 6050 Fargo, ND 58108-6050 Office: (701) 231-8047 Cell: (701) 799-1432

Media Information .........................2 Bison Facilities..............................3 Coaching Staff ..............................4 Roster ........................................5 Season Preview .......................... 6-7 Senior Bios ..............................8-10 Junior Bios ............................ 11-12 Sophomore Bios ...................... 13-18 Freshmen Bios ........................ 19-20 The NDSU Experience ................... 21 2008 Season Review .................... 22 2008 Results/Statistics .................. 23 The Summit League in Review .... 24-25 2009 Opponents ...................... 26-28 Bison Travel ............................... 29 Individual Honors/Awards .......... 30-31 Coaching Records/All-Time Series .... 32 Individual and Team Records ...... 33-37 All-Time Results .......................... 38 NDSU at a Glance ..................... 39-50

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MEDIAINFORMATION Credentials

All requests for working media credentials and photo passes for North Dakota State women’s soccer games should be directed to the athletic media relations office. Passes will be available at the press box in the east bleachers or in advance at the athletic media relations office.

Interviews

All requests for interviews with NDSU student-athletes should be made through the athletic media relations office by calling Jenny Beam at (701) 231-8047. NDSU athletes are routinely available for interviews before and after practice sessions. Postgame interviews will be conducted only upon request. All requests should be made to the athletic media relations staff before the conclusion of the game to make arrangements.

Media Services

The working press box at the Ellig Sports Complex is on top of the east bleachers and north of the midfield line. Telephone and wired Internet access are available for use at the discretion of the media relations staff. Specific arrangements for filing or broadcasting should be made two weeks in advance. Programs, game notes and statistics will be available in the press box.

Photography Area

Credentialed photographers are permitted to shoot in an area around the playing field within five yards of the sideline. Photographers are not permitted to stand in front of or between team benches. Requests for photograpy passes should be made to the athletic media relations office.

Driving Directions

North Dakota State’s home soccer games and practices are at the Ellig Sports Complex, on the northwest corner of the North Dakota State University campus.  From I-94: Use Exit 349B for I-29 northbound toward Grand Forks.  From I-29 Northbound: Use Exit 66 for 12th Avenue North and turn right. Turn left at 18th Street (the first traffic signal past the bridge). Turn right on 15th Avenue North. Soccer parking is in the HR lot.

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 From I-29 Southbound: Use Exit 67 for 19th Avenue North and turn left. Follow 19th Avenue and turn right at 18th Street (the second signal after the underpass). Turn left on 15th Avenue North. Soccer parking is in the HR lot.

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 Local

Media Outlets

Print

The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead 101 5th St. N. Fargo, ND 58102 Sports Editor: Jason Miller Phone: (701) 451-5651 Fax: (701) 241-5487 jmiller@forumcomm.com Beat Writer: Jeff Kolpack Phone: (701) 241-5546 jkolpack@forumcomm.com www.inforum.com The Spectrum NDSU Memorial Union Fargo, ND 58105 Sports Editor: Dan Gunderson Phone: (701) 231-5262 Fax: (701) 231-9402 Daniel.E.Gunderson@ndsu.edu www.ndsuspectrum.com Bison Illustrated PO Box 2272 Fargo, ND 58108 Editor: David Swenson Phone: (701) 306-8985 Fax: (888) 780-9155 david@bisonillustrated.com www.bisonillustrated.com

Television WDAY-TV 6 (ABC) 301 8th St. S. Fargo, ND 58103 Sports Director: Steve Hallstrom Phone: (701) 241-5332 Fax: (701) 241-5358 shallstrom@wday.com www.wday.com KVLY-TV 11 (NBC) KXJB-TV 4 (CBS) 1350 21st Ave. S. Fargo, ND 58103 Sports Director: Scott Peters Phone: (701) 237-5211 Fax: (701) 237-5396 scottp@valleynewslive.com www.valleynewslive.com

GoBison.com

The most complete and up-to-date information regarding NDSU athletics is available on the internet at GoBison.com. The site includes official sports information content such as news, scores and statistics, as well as online ticket sales, in-game statistics, live and on-demand broadband video, a photo store, and more. Log on today!

KVRR-TV 10 (FOX) 4015 9th Ave. S. Fargo, ND 58103 Sports Director: Greg Enkers Phone: (701) 277-1515 Fax: (701) 277-9656 genkers@kvrr.com

Radio

WDAY-AM 970 301 8th St. S. Fargo, ND 58103 Sports Director: Scott Miller Phone: (701) 241-5210 Fax: (701) 451-5765 smiller@wday.com www.wday.com Radio Fargo Moorhead 1020 25th St. S. Fargo, ND 58103 Sports Director: Dan Hammer Phone: (701) 297-3614 Fax: (701) 451-0031 hammer@kfgo.com www.kfgo.com www.740thefan.com KQWB-AM 1660 (ESPN Radio) 2720 7th Ave. S. Fargo, ND 58103 Sports Director: Derek Hanson Phone: (701) 237-4500 Fax: (701) 235-9082 Derek.Hanson@1079thefox.com www.1660espn.net KNDS-FM 96.3 (ThunderRadio) 1233 North University Drive Fargo, ND 58102 Sports Director: Michael Howe Phone: (701) 231-6702 Michael.Howe@ndsu.edu www.kndsradio.com Dakota News Network PO Box 2027 Fargo, ND 58107 Sports Director: Steve Carlson Phone: (701) 237-5000 Fax: (701) 280-0861 stevencarlson@qwestoffice.net

Wire Service AP Bismarck PO Box 1018 Bismarck, ND 58502 Editor: Phyllis Mensing Phone: (701) 223-8450 Fax: (701) 224-0158 ndsports@ap.org AP Fargo PO Box 3026 Fargo, ND 58108 Editor: Dave Kolpack Phone: (701) 235-1908 Fax: (701) 235-3647 dkolpack@ap.org


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BISONFACILITIES

Ellig Sports Complex

View of the socccer pitch and the Schlanser Track that surrounds it. The Ellig Sports Complex was built in the spring of 1997 at a cost of $2.3 million.

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ompleted in the spring of 1997 at a cost of $2.3 million, the Ellig Sports Complex includes two soccer fields, four softball fields, and the Schlanser Track. The complex is named for Renola and Sheldon Ellig, who were driving forces in getting the facility built. The track is named in memory of Fred Schlanser Sr. Seating capacity for soccer is 3,500 at the Ellig Sports Complex, where the NDSU soccer team plays its home games on a natural grass surface. Bleacher seating was transplanted from Dacotah Field, the former home field of the Bison football team. A restroom and concession stand building was completed in 2003 near the northwest corner of the field. The facility has an enclosed press box atop the east grandstand that can hold about 20 media members and game day staff. A separate practice area is available on the west side of the complex.

The Bison hold a 69-23-4 all-time record at home, including a .740 mark at the Ellig Sports Complex where the Bison are 58-22-4 since its 1997 opening. NDSU had its best home campaign in 1996, one year before moving into The Ellig, when it went 8-0 at the Cardinal Muench Seminary grounds in north Fargo. The Bison also posted a perfect home record in 2005 when they went 7-0 at the Ellig Sports Complex. The Ellig Sports Complex has also hosted the North Dakota Special Olympics, NCAA softball regionals, and professional soccer exhibitions. The soccer team also has access to the new Dacotah Field, which has been redone with SprinTurf. The field is regulation size and can be used for practices.

Thundar helps make the Ellig Sports Complex an intimidating venue for opposing teams. NDSU has posted a .714 winning percentage at The Ellig since the facility opened in 1997.

Bison at Home

Cardinal Muench Seminary Year Record Pct. 1995 3-1-0 .750 1996 8-0-0 1.000 Total 11-1-0 .916 Ellig Sports Complex Record 5-3-0 6-2-1 5-1-0 7-3-0 5-1-0 4-4-1 4-1-1 0-0-0 7-0-0 4-1-1 8-2-0 3-4-0 58-22-4

Pct. .625 .722 .833 .700 .833 .500 .500 .000 1.000 .750 .800 .429 .714

TOTAL

69-23-4

.740

 The Bison have a full size practice field available just west of the game complex.

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Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total

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BISONCOACHES

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ete Cuadrado is in his seventh season as the head soccer coach at North Dakota State. During the 2008 season, he became the school’s all-time winningest coach with 56 victories after a 7-0 win over Centenary. The 2008 squad went 5-12-2 in the team’s second season in the Summit League. In 2007, he led the Bison to an 11-7-1 record in their inaugural Summit League campaign. NDSU finished the year with a 3-4-1 record in Summit League play, ending the season in fifth place. He led the Bison to a 13-7-1 record in 2006 and a runner-up finish in the United Soccer Conference tournament. The Bison went 3-0 in conferHead Coach ence play and earned the No. 1 seed out of the Western Division. In 2005, Texas Christian, 2000 North Dakota State’s second season in Division I, the Bison went 11-5-1 7th season with 10 shutout victories. For his role in the successful season, Cuadrado was named Division I independent Coach of the Year. In his first year at NDSU, Cuadrado guided the Bison to an 11-3-2 record. The .750 winning percentage during that 2003 season was the second highest in the The Pete Cuadrado File history of Bison soccer. Named head coach in March 2003, he is the third coach in the 14-year history of the Born: May 6, 1977 North Dakota State University program. He came to NDSU from Illinois State University, Hometown: New Orleans, La. where he served as an assistant coach College Soccer: Northeastern Illinois, TCU for two seasons. Members of the MisPosition: Outside Back, Center Back souri Valley Conference, the Redbirds Education: Master’s degree in athletic administration, compiled an 11-5-3 overall record in Valparaiso, 2002; bachelor’s degree in marketing, 2002 and reached the MVC tournaTCU, 2000 ment championship game. Illinois State went 13-5 in 2001 and won the Position W L T Pct. Year Team league’s regular season title. 2000 Valparaiso 1st Asst. 8 9 1 .472 Prior to working at Illinois State, 2001 Illinois State 1st Asst. 13 5 0 .722 Cuadrado spent the 2000 season as an 2002 Illinois State 1st Asst. 12 5 2 .684 assistant at Valparaiso University. He 2003 North Dakota State Head Coach 11 3 2 .750 earned his master’s degree in athletic 2004 North Dakota State Head Coach 5 11 1 .324 administration from Valparaiso in May 2005 North Dakota State Head Coach 11 5 1 .676 2002. The Crusaders finished that 2006 North Dakota State Head Coach 13 7 1 .643 campaign with the young program’s 2007 North Dakota State Head Coach 11 7 1 .605 best mark of 8-9-1. 2008 North Dakota State Head Coach 5 12 2 .289 Cuadrado has been active in coaching Olympic Development Program Total (NDSU - 6 seasons) 56 45 8 .550 (ODP) teams. His 1986 Indiana State Totals (9 seasons) 86 64 11 .576 team qualified for the 2002 national tournament and repeated the regional victory in 2003. He has also attained a USSF National “B” coaching license, the goalkeeping license and most recently the National Youth License. Cuadrado began his collegiate soccer career at Northeastern Illinois University, where he started every game and was named team captain as a sophomore. He transferred to Texas Christian University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing in 2000, and was a member of the Horned Frogs’ men’s soccer team. He also played one season of semi-professional soccer for the Chicago Stingers.

Pete CUADRADO

John ROSS

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Associate Head Coach Northeastern Illinois, 2000 7th season

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John Ross is in his third season as associate head coach at North Dakota State after four seasons as NDSU’s top assistant coach. He works primarily with the goalkeepers. Before coming to North Dakota State in 2003, Ross worked with the Chicago Fire Reserves of the Premier Development League, and he was the head men’s soccer coach at Triton Junior College in Illinois. His coaching resume includes a stop with the Chicago Sockers of the PDL, where he was assistant coach and head goalkeeper coach. He also spent a year with the Chicago Cobras of the W-League, where he was the goalkeeper coach, and he was an assistant coach for the Valparaiso women’s program for two seasons in 1998 and 1999. Ross has a National ‘A’ coaching license from the U.S. Soccer Federation along with a goalkeeping and fitness license from the USSF. He also has a National Youth License. He graduated from Northeastern Illinois University in 2000 and earned his master’s degree in science from North Dakota State in 2006.

Christie CHAPPELL Assistant Coach Minnesota-Crookston, 2006 2nd season

Christie Chappell is in her second season as an assistant coach with the Bison after serving as graduate assistant at St. Cloud State two years ago. Chappell is currently working towards her master’s degree in sociology at NDSU. In 2007, she played semi-professional soccer for FC Muri in Muri, Switzerland. She was also an assistant coach at MinnesotaCrookston in 2006. An Ottawa, Ontario native, Chappell graduated in December 2006 from Minnesota-Crookston. She was an all-conference soccer player for the Golden Eagles from 2003 to 2005. She holds career records for goals (25) and points (62) and led the team in scoring in 2003 and 2004. She was named team MVP twice and the university’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year in 2004. She also served as president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council and was a recipient of the NCAA Degree Completion award.


BISONROSTER Roster Breakdown  ALPHABETICAL

Front Row (seated, left to right): Candice D’Arcangeli, Aubrey Bot, Emily Mizrahi, Brooklyn Dyce, Christie Stemple, Kathy Kelsey, Kalani Bertsch, Katie Luce, Quin Ryan, Morgan DeMike. Middle row (kneeling): Athletic trainer Jenny Swenson, Laura Wagner, Megan Dean, Chelsea Reinhardt, Abbey Stratton, Laura Murphy, Lorraine Thompson, Marissa Wolfgram, Danielle Boldenow, Athletic training student Katie Wallace. Back row (standing): Head coach Pete Cuadrado, Volunteer assistant Mike Gillund, Kristen Whipple, Emily Brostrom, Holly Christian, Michelle Gaffaney, Danielle DeMent, Becky Iwanicki, Associate head coach John Ross, Assistant coach Christie Chappell. Not pictured: Shannon Brooks, Kellie Gores.

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Name Christie Stemple Kathy Kelsey Kalani Bertsch Brooklyn Dyce Katie Luce Emily Brostrom Lorraine Thompson Marissa Wolfgram Morgan DeMike Shannon Brooks Danielle DeMent Becky Iwanicki Kristen Whipple Chelsea Reinhardt Emily Mizrahi Laura Wagner Megan Dean Danielle Boldenow Laura Murphy Kellie Gores Aubrey Bot Michelle Gaffaney Abbey Stratton Holly Christian Candice D’Arcangeli Quin Ryan

Pos. GK GK GK F/MF F/MF F F/MF F/MF F/MF F/MF D MF MF/D F/MF F MF D MF/F F D MF/D MF/D D MF/D MF F

Ht. 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-10 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-10 5-7 5-11 5-4 5-4

Head Coach: Pete Cuadrado (7th season) Associate Head Coach: John Ross Assistant Coach: Christie Chappell Volunteer Assistant: Mike Gillund Athletic Trainer: Jenny Swenson Athletic Training Student: Katie Wallace

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

Hometown (High School) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS) Langley, British Columbia (Walnut Grove HS) Ventura, Calif. (St. Bonaventure HS) Winnipeg, Manitoba (Shattuck-St. Mary’s) Waconia, Minn. (Waconia HS) Dayton, Minn. (Champlin Park HS) Sioux Falls, S.D. (O’Gorman HS) Champlin, Minn. (Champlin Park HS) Woodbury, Minn. (Woodbury HS) Monrovia, Calif. (Monrovia HS) Sioux Falls, S.D. (Harrisburg HS) Calgary, Alberta (St. Francis HS) San Diego, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic HS) Lakeville, Minn. (Lakeville North HS) Cypress, Calif. (Cypress HS) Plymouth, Minn. (Wayzata HS) Inver Grove Heights, Minn. (Rosemount HS) Forest Lake, Minn. (Forest Lake HS) East Bethel, Minn. (Totino-Grace HS) Cottage Grove, Minn. (Park HS) Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep HS) Bloomington, Minn. (Bloomington Jefferson HS) Champlin, Minn. (Champlin Park HS) Apple Valley, Minn. (Apple Valley HS) Jarales, N.M. (Home-schooled) Georgetown, Minn. (Moorhead HS)

Name Bertsch, Kalani Boldenow, Danielle Bot, Aubrey Brooks, Shannon Brostrom, Emily Christian, Holly D’Arcangeli, Candice Dean, Megan DeMent, Danielle DeMike, Morgan Dyce, Brooklyn Gaffaney, Michelle Gores, Kellie Iwanicki, Becky Kelsey, Kathy Luce, Katie Mizrahi, Emily Murphy, Laura Reinhardt, Chelsea Ryan, Quin Stemple, Christie Stratton, Abbey Thompson, Lorraine Wagner, Laura Whipple, Kristen Wolfgram, Marissa

 PRONUNCIATION Kalani Bertsch Aubrey Bot Pete Cuadrado Candice D’Arcangeli Brooklyn Dyce Becky Iwanicki Katie Luce Emily Mizrahi

like “birch” like “bought” quad-RAH-doe d-ar-CAN-gel-ee like “dice” EYE-win-ick-ee like “loose” Miz-RAH-hee

 BY ELIGIBILITY

Freshmen ........................... 8 Brooks, Christian, Dyce, Gores, Kelsey, Mizrahi, Reinhardt, Stemple Sophomores .......................11 Bertsch, Boldenow, Bot, Brostrom, Dean, DeMent, DeMike, Gaffaney, Luce, Wagner, Whipple Juniors .............................. 4 D’Arcangeli, Ryan, Stratton, Wolfgram Seniors .............................. 3 Iwanicki, Murphy, Thompson

 BY STATE/PROVINCE

Minnesota ..........................14 Boldenow, Brostrom, Christian, Dean, DeMike, Gaffaney, Gores, Luce, Murphy, Reinhardt, Ryan, Stratton, Wagner, Wolfgram California ........................... 4 Bertsch, Brooks, Mizrahi, Whipple South Dakota ....................... 2 DeMent, Thompson Alberta .............................. 1 Iwanicki Arizona .............................. 1 Stemple British Columbia ................... 1 Kelsey Manitoba ............................ 1 Dyce New Mexico ........................ 1 D’Arcangeli Washington ......................... 1 Bot

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No. 1 17 20 8 4 23 24 16 9 7 2 21 19 10 00 3 13 18 12 25 0 22 5 15 11 6

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2009PREVIEW

B I SON RETURN EXPE R I E N C E D S Q U A D F O R 2 0 0 9 Team aims for first S u m m i t L e a g u e t o u r n a m e n t b i d

The 2009 North Dakota State soccer team brings a lot of experience to the field. The Bison only lost one senior, Nicole Rand, from last year’s squad. The 2009 returnees include second team All-Summit League senior Lorraine Thompson as well as All-Newcomer picks sophomores Michelle Gaffaney and Danielle Boldenow. In all, 18 letterwinners will be back in action for the Bison. The 2008 season was tough for the Bison as they finished with a 5-12-2 record and were decimated by injuries. Junior Abbey Stratton thinks that last season’s experiences should help the Bison. “We worked through a lot of adversity last season. Our young players have an advantage because they played so much as freshmen,” she said. “We have more confidence going into this season so the expectation is there to get better results.” Head coach Pete Cuadrado expects his squad to rebound from last season and be competitive this year. “We want to compete for a conference championship. The standards have been set high at NDSU.” Seniors Becky Iwanicki and Laura Murphy, along with Stratton were voted team captains by their teammates. Thompson is the only other senior on the roster. “Their leadership will be important this season,” said Cuadrado. “I expect them to be leaders both on and off the field. The young players earned a lot of experience last year as well and that needs to show.”

FORWARDS

Leading the Bison at forward will be Laura Murphy, who makes the transition from defender. Last season, Murphy stepped up her

offensive production, tallying three goals and three assists. “Laura’s got a fantastic work ethic and her physical presence really gives her an edge,” said Cuadrado. Joining Murphy up front will be junior Quin Ryan. Ryan contributed three goals and two assists for the Bison last season after racking up six goals as a sophomore. “She creates scoring chances with her craftiness,” said Cuadrado. “Quin is a player that other teams need to pay attention to.” Sophomore Emily Brostrom will also play up front for the Bison. She scored the game-  Sophomore Danielle Boldenow was a Summit winning goal against League All-Newcomer selection last season. She is Austin Peay in the 2008 capable of playing forward or midfield for the Bison. season opener. Her physicality and ability to win balls in the air makes her a threat. A trio of speedy freshmen will also compete for time. Emily Mizrahi, out of Cypress, California, is a two-time all-league selection and can use her speed to beat defenders one on one. Brooklyn Dyce of Winnipeg is extremely quick and can finish well. She has led her club team to three straight indoor and outdoor titles. Chelsea Reinhardt out of Lakeville, Minn., is a two-time all-conference pick who can strike the ball well and is a very versatile player. Both Dyce and Reinhardt can also play in the midfield.

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 Senior Becky Iwanicki will be a stalwart in the midfield for the Bison this fall.

The midfield will be anchored by seniors Becky Iwanicki and Lorraine Thompson. Iwanicki is back in the Bison uniform after missing most of last season with a knee injury. “Becky provides outstanding leadership,” said Cuadrado. “She is a very consistent player and can be like a coach on the field.” Thompson was a second team All-Summit League selection in 2008 after leading the team with six goals and four assists. She also has the potential to play forward this season. “She can shoot well with both feet and is a very versatile player,” said Cuadrado. Junior Candice D’Arcangeli will join the seniors in the midfield. She tallied three assists in the 2008 campaign. Her endurance and work ethic are assets to the team. Fellow junior Marissa Wolfgram will also play in the midfield after starting every game last season. Wolfgram brings athleticism and endurance to the Bison. After spending much of the 2008 season as a defender, sophomore Michelle Gaffaney will move to the midfield. The Summit League All-Newcomer pick is a smart player that is tactically sound. “She has a great presence in the air,” said Cuadrado. “She’s


2009PREVIEW especially dangerous on set pieces.” Sophomore Danielle Boldenow looks to pick up where she left off last season. An AllNewcomer pick, Boldenow can use her excellent vision on the field to deceive defenders. Sophomore Laura Wagner is a technically solid midfielder that can help settle a game down, while sophomore Morgan DeMike can use her speed to run at defenders. Fellow sophomore Katie Luce continues to improve after joining the squad in the middle of the 2008 season. Freshman Shannon Brooks out of Monrovia, Calif., will also look to make her mark on the team. A two-time all-conference honoree, she was named to the Guatemala Under-20 national team over the summer.

DEFENSE

The Bison return the entire defense from the 2008 squad. Junior captain Abbey Stratton will lead the back line. “Abbey always plays with a lot of heart,” said Cuadrado. “She’s a leader on the field and makes sure that things get done the right way.” Sophomore Megan Dean was a starter in every game last year and uses her athleticism to her advantage. “Megan never stops going. She’s more than capable of marking the other team’s best forward,” said Cuadrado. Sophomore Danielle DeMent made the transition from forward to defender last season. Her ability to go on the attack from a defensive position is an asset to the Bison. Fellow sophomore Aubrey Bot is a tough defender who can handle the physical game well. Sophomore Kristen Whipple is a strong player, who can use her throw-in as a weapon. After redshirting last season due to a knee injury, sophomore Holly Christian will join the Bison back line.

GOALKEEPERS

SCHEDULE

In the team’s second year of postseason tournament eligibility, the Bison look to compete in the Summit League tournament for the first time. This year’s schedule features five first-time opponents as well as a pair of games against Big Ten squads. Cuadrado thinks the non-conference slate will prepare the team for the rigors of league play. “We play a tough non-conference schedule. We have a long road stretch in September against some really strong teams and I think that will help get us ready for the league.” The Bison open the regular season with a home game against

to the Bison midfield this fall.

Drake on Aug. 21. The team then travels to Waco, Texas, for a tournament to play first-time opponents Baylor and Lamar Aug. 28 and 30. The squad returns to Fargo for a matchup with Creighton on Sept. 1 before embarking on a five-game road trip. The Bison first play at Minnesota on Sept. 6, then head to Wisconsin on Sept. 11 and Green Bay on Sept. 13. The Bison continue the road swing with a trip to Boise for the Soccer Etc./Nike Invitational where they will play host Boise State on Sept. 18 and Portland State on Sept. 20, both for the first time. The team comes back to the Ellig Sports Complex to play host to Mary on Sept. 29 in the final non-conference matchup of the season. Back on the road for the first Summit League games of the year, the Bison travel to Oral Roberts on Oct. 2 and Centenary on Oct. 4. Returning to Fargo, the Bison will host IPFW and Oakland on Oct. 9 and 11, respectively. The team will then travel to league foes IUPUI on Oct. 16 and Western Illinois on Oct. 18. The final home weekend of the year will see the Bison take on Southern Utah on Oct. 23 and league newcomer UMKC on Oct. 25 for senior day. The Bison play at defending league champion South Dakota State to close out the regular season on Oct. 31. The top four teams in the standings will make the league tournament, which will be hosted by South Dakota State Nov. 68. “The league is competitive across the board. The league lost a lot of good players to graduation last year, so it will be interesting to see who steps up,” said Cuadrado.

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Sophomore Kalani Bertsch returns for the Bison after playing every minute as a freshman last season. She will face tough competition from incoming freshmen Kathy Kelsey and Christie Stemple. Kelsey comes to NDSU after playing for the British Columbia provincial team for six years. Stemple has been part of the Arizona Olympic Development program for five years. “All three of our keepers are incredibly tough competitors,” said Cuadrado. “Each of them brings solid skills to the table and it will be a battle for playing time.”

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BISONATHLETES BISON CAREER 2008 (Senior): Started the first three games of the year before suffering a season-ending knee injury against Creighton (8/29)...Received a medical hardship and will be eligible to compete in the 2009 season...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence.

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Becky IWANICKI 5-7  Senior  Midfielder Calgary, Alberta St. Francis High School

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2007, 2008)  Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence (2007, 2008)  CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team (2006, 2007)  NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-Central Region honorable mention (2007) Iwanicki’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2005 13 3 1 2006 20 20 1 2007 14 14 0 2008 3 3 0 CAREER 50 40 2

A 1 3 1 0 5

Pts 3 5 1 0 9

Shots 6 14 5 2 27

SOG 3 6 2 1 12

GW 0 0 0 0 0

2007 (Junior): Started all 14 games in which she was active for NDSU... Tallied an assist on Lorraine Thompson’s game-winning goal against IPFW (10/7)...Honored as a CoSIDA Academic All-District first team selection with a perfect 4.00 GPA... An NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-Central Region honorable mention selection...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. 2006 (Sophomore): Started all 20 games she played...Scored her first goal of the season in a 7-0 romp of New Jersey Tech (10/30)...Registered a career-high three assists, including setting up the game-winning overtime goal by Lorraine Thompson against Northern Colorado (10/1)...Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District first team. 2005 (Freshman): Cracked the starting lineup late in the season on three occasions before suffering a torn ACL against Southern Utah (10/9)...Took six shots on the year with one goal against UC Irvine (10/2)...Registered an assist against Northern Iowa (9/4). HIGH SCHOOL Attended St. Francis High School...Competed for Calgary Celtic Vitesse U18 Division I Soccer Team in 2004 where she was team captain...The team captured the provincial outdoor championship as well as earning bronze at the Canadian National Championships...Played with the Calgary Callies Women’s Major League team where she was named MVP of the outdoor season in 2004...In 2003, was a member of the provincial champions Calgary Chinook U16 Division I squad...Named St. Francis High School Female Athlete of the Year in 2004...Competed in volleyball, basketball, field hockey and track and field during her high school career...Outstanding middle distance runner...Captured provincial bronze medals in the 1,500 and the 3,000 in 2003 and was runner-up in the 1,500 while adding another third-place finish in the 3,000 in 2004.

2009 NDSU SOCCER

PERSONAL Daughter of Dave and Jen Iwanicki...Born April 20, 1987...Has two brothers, Tommy and Joey, and one sister, Amy...Named Calgary Student-Athlete of the Year...Majoring in biological sciences (pre-medicine)...Career goal is to become a doctor.

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BISONATHLETES BISON CAREER 2008 (Junior): Started all 18 games she played...Tallied first career assist in 4-1 win over Mary (9/9)...Named to the Jackrabbit Invitational All-Tournament Team after outstanding performances against Iowa State (9/12) and Eastern Washington (9/14)...Registered an assist at Northern Iowa (9/21)... Scored the late game-tying goal at IPFW (9/26)...Notched a goal and an assist in 7-0 win over Centenary (10/12)...Also scored a goal in the season finale at Western Illinois (11/1)...Named to the Summit League Fall AllAcademic Team and the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence.

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Laura MURPHY 5-7  Senior  Forward East Bethel, Minnesota Totino-Grace High School

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2007, 2008)  Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence (2007, 2008)  Jackrabbit Invitational All-Tournament Team (2008) Murphy’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2006 19 1 1 2007 19 19 0 2008 18 18 3 CAREER 56 38 4

A 0 0 3 3

Pts 2 0 9 11

Shots 6 3 23 32

SOG 5 2 16 23

GW 0 0 0 0

2007 (Sophomore): One of the staples of the Bison defensive backfield, starting all 19 games...Key member of the defense which limited the opposition to 1.11 goals per game and registered seven shutouts...Put two of her three shots on goal...Named the team’s co-Defensive Player of the Year... Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. 2006 (Freshman): Saw action in 19 games in her first season with the Bison...Started her first game against Montana (9/29)...Notched her first career goal in the 26th minute of a 12-0 romp over Howard (10/29). HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner for Totino-Grace High School...Led team to a third-place state finish in 2005...Team captured the Suburban Conference and state championship titles in 2002...Named to the all-tournament and all-conference honorable mention teams in 2005 after being named to the all-state and all-North Suburban conference team in 2004...School won Minnesota’s Section 4A championship in 2002, 2003 and 2005...Earned academic all-conference in 2005...All-conference relay sprinter in track and field...National Honor Society member as a junior and a senior. PERSONAL Daughter of Dan and LaVonne Murphy...Born Feb. 13, 1988...Family includes one younger brother, Tim, and one older brother, Dan...Her father played football at Minnesota-Duluth...Majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Lorraine THOMPSON 5-6  Senior  Forward/Midfielder Sioux Falls, South Dakota O’Gorman High School

HONORS  All-Summit League Second Team (2008)  Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (10/8/07 and 8/25/08)  United Soccer Conference Newcomer of the Week (9/6/06 and 11/1/06) Thompson’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2006 21 14 9 2007 19 19 5 2008 19 19 6 CAREER 59 52 20

A 5 3 4 12

Pts 23 13 16 52

Shots 49 40 36 125

SOG 18 19 19 56

GW 2 3 0 5

BISON CAREER 2008 (Junior): Started all 19 games in the midfield...Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 2-0 win at Murray State (8/24)...Named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week for her performance against the Racers... Scored twice in the 4-1 win over Mary (9/9)...Notched one goal at Northern Iowa (9/21)...Converted a penalty kick in 2-0 victory over Southern Utah (10/3)...Tallied a career-high three assists in 7-0 win over Centenary (10/12)...Scored a goal and took a season-high five shots against Seattle (10/18)...Named to the All-Summit League second team. 2007 (Sophomore): A constant in the Bison lineup, starting all 19 games... Followed up her freshman campaign with five goals and three assists... Tied a team high with three game-winning goals against Wisconsin-Green Bay (9/16), IUPUI (10/5) and IPFW (10/7)...Scored a pair of goals against IPFW for the fourth multi-goal game of her career...Named the Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (10/8). 2006 (Freshman): One of the standouts for the Bison in her first season, playing in all 21 games with 14 starts...Her nine goals and five assists ranked second on the team in both categories...Scored the winning goal in overtime against Northern Colorado (10/1)...Also scored the game-winner against IPFW (10/15)...Registered a hat trick and an assist in a 12-0 rout of Howard (10/29)...Had two goals in a 6-0 defeat of Minnesota State Mankato (9/3)...Two-time United Soccer Conference Newcomer of the Week. HIGH SCHOOL Named first-team all-state as a senior at O’Gorman High School in Sioux Falls...Guided O’Gorman to the state title in 2004 where she was named MVP of the championship match after scoring a hat trick...Named team MVP for her season...Leading scorer for the Knights from 2003-05...Broke several team records, including goals in a single season (15), points in a season (37), career goals (44) and career points (104)...Played forward, midfield and defender for Dakota Gold Impact...Won five South Dakota state championships and represented South Dakota in five Midwest Regional tournaments...Also member of Kansas Olympic Development team... Letterwinner in basketball for two seasons...Helped team to a runner-up state finish on the hardwood as a senior.

2009 NDSU SOCCER

PERSONAL Daughter of Denise and Jim Thompson...Born Jan. 29, 1988...Family includes one older brother, Jamie...Majoring in exercise science with a minor in psychology.

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Candice D’ARCANGELI 5-4  Junior  Midfielder Jarales, New Mexico Home-schooled

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2007, 2008)  Summit League All-Newcomer Team (2007)  Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 games and started 17...Tallied an assist in a 3-2 loss to Oral Roberts (10/10)...Also took a season-high three shots against the Golden Eagles...Followed with two assists in a 7-0 win over Centenary (10/12)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team for the second straight year...Also named to the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. 2007 (Freshman): Played a significant role off the bench in her freshman season, seeing action in all 19 games for North Dakota State...Scored her first career goal in a come-from-behind victory over Creighton (9/14)...Recorded her first career assist on Quin Ryan’s goal against IPFW (10/7)...Registered her first game-winning goal in a 3-0 victory against Summit League opponent Centenary (10/28)...Put seven of her nine shots on goal...Named to The Summit League AllNewcomer Team amd Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Spent two years competing for the Rio Vista F.C. Caliente club team in Albuquerque...Led the team to a third-place state finish in 2007...Played for the RVFC 89’s from 200305...Team had back-to-back 13-1 seasons and captured the state championship in 2005.

D’Arcangeli’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2007 19 0 2 2008 19 17 0 CAREER 38 17 2

A 1 3 4

Pts 5 3 8

Shots 9 20 29

SOG 7 8 15

GW 1 0 1

Quin RYAN

5-4  Junior  Forward Georgetown, Minnesota Moorhead High School

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2007, 2008)  Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (10/15/07)  Summit League All-Newcomer Team (2007)  Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 games, making 13 starts...Tallied an assist on Danielle DeMent’s goal against Iowa State (9/12)...Scored the game-winning goal in 2-0 victory over Southern Utah (10/3)...Assisted on Danielle Boldenow’s goal against Oral Roberts (10/10)...Notched a goal in win over Centenary (10/12)...Added a goal in the next game against Seattle (10/18)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team and the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. 2007 (Freshman): A key player for North Dakota State as a true freshman, seeing action in all 19 games with eight starts...Tied for the team high in goals (6) and tied for second in points (13)...Scored the first goal of her career with less than 30 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game against New Mexico (9/21)...Tallied a goal against IPFW (10/7)...Assisted on Michelle Martinez’s game-winning goal against Utah Valley (10/12)... Became the 15th player in NDSU history to record a hat trick in a 3-1 victory over New Jersey Tech (10/14)...Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (10/15)...Scored once against South Dakota State (10/18)...Her six goals and 13 points are both tied for fifth on the all-time freshman list...Voted as the team’s Most Improved Player...Named to The Summit League All-Newcomer Team and Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Moorhead (Minn.) High School...Team captain her junior and senior seasons...Holds the school’s career and single-season scoring records...Won section championships in 2003, 2004 and 2005... Appeared in the state tournament all three years...Twice named to the all-state tournament team and the all-state team...Class salutatorian. PERSONAL Daughter of Jay and Joy Ryan... Born Oct. 18, 1988...Has an older sister, O’Mara, and a younger brother, Grady...Earning a double major in economcs and criminal justice.

Ryan’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2007 19 8 2008 19 13 CAREER 38 21

G 6 3 9

A 1 2 3

Pts 13 8 21

Shots 30 31 61

SOG 12 15 27

GW 1 1 2

2009 NDSU SOCCER

PERSONAL Daughter of Fernando and Audra D’Arcangeli...Born Jan. 5, 1989...Has one brother, Cameron, and two sisters, Kayla and Kaitlyn...Majoring in landscape architecture with a minor in business administration.

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Marissa WOLFGRAM

Abbey STRATTON

5-6  Junior  Forward/Midfielder Champlin, Minnesota Champlin Park High School

5-7  Junior  Defender Champlin, Minnesota Champlin Park High School

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008)  Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence (2008)

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2007, 2008)  All-Summit League Second Team (2007)  Summit League All-Newcomer Team (2007)  Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Sophomore): Started the first six games of the year...Converted a penalty kick in 4-1 victory over Mary (9/9)...Suffered a season-ending knee injury against Iowa State (9/12)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team and the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence.

BISON CAREER 2008 (Sophomore): Started all 19 games for the Bison...Tallied a seasonhigh three shots in 1-1 draw against Eastern Washington (9/14)...Scored her only goal of the season in a 7-0 win over Centenary (10/12)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team and the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. 2007 (Freshman): Played a significant role for NDSU, playing in 16 games with nine starts...Registered two assists on the season...Aided Ashley DeMent’s game-winning goal against Northern Iowa (9/2)... Scored the first goal of her career by notching the game-tying goal in a 2-1 victory over Mary (9/7)...Also added an assist against Oakland (9/9).

2007 (Freshman): Played a critical role for NDSU as a true freshman, starting all 19 games at midfield...Finished fourth in scoring for the Bison...Netted three goals and led the team with six assists...Recorded her first career goal off a free kick against Air Force (9/28)...Scored the first goal in a 3-1 victory over IUPUI (10/5)...Also assisted on Quin Ryan’s game-winning goal against New Jersey Tech (10/14)...Converted a penalty kick against Western Illinois (10/20)...Career-high two assists against Centenary (10/28) including the game-winning assist...Her six assists ranked fourth all-time among freshmen, while her 12 points tied for sixth-best on the all-time NDSU freshman record list...Named to All-Summit League second team, All-Newcomer Team and Fall All-Academic Team ...Named the team’s co-Defensive Player of the Year.

2009 NDSU SOCCER

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter and all-conference pick for Champlin Park High School... Two-time captain and team MVP...Undefeated in the regular season her senior year...Named to the All-State and All-Metro first teams...Threeyear starter and twotime captain for the St. Croix Eclectic club team.

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PERSONAL Daughter of Michael and Catherine Stratton...Born April 20, 1989...Has three older sisters, September, Michelle and Kelly...Also considered Minnesota, Drake, Creighton and Iowa...High school teammate of Marissa Wolfgram...Spent the 2008 summer playing for the W-League’s Minnesota Lightning...Majoring in nursing. Stratton’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2007 19 19 3 2008 6 6 1 CAREER 25 25 4

A 6 0 6

Pts 12 2 14

Shots 28 6 34

SOG 14 4 28

GW 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter and letterwinner at Champlin Park High School...Team captain her junior and senior seasons...Helped lead the Rebels to the 2007 Minnesota state championship as well as state runner-up in 2005 and 2006...Two-time all-conference...Also competed for St. Croix Eclectic club team for two seasons...Four-year letterwinner in track at Champlin Park...Competed in the 800, 3200 relay, and the mile...Ran leg of of school-record 3200 relay team...Named to the allconference team in both 800 and mile...Earned Gatorade “Will to Win” Award and was named Rookie MVP...Member of National Honor Society and graduated with honors. PERSONAL Daughter of Jerry and Kathy Wolfgram...Born Feb. 21, 1989...Has one sister, Laura, and one brother, Matthew...Majoring in social sciences education with a minor in history...Also considered playing soccer at Minnesota...High school teammate of Abbey Stratton.

Wolfgram’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2007 16 9 1 2008 19 19 1 CAREER 35 28 2

A 2 0 2

Pts 4 2 6

Shots 11 13 24

SOG 8 9 17

GW 0 0 0


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5-6  Sophomore  Goalkeeper Ventura, California St. Bonaventure High School

5-5  Sophomore  Forward/Mid Forest Lake, Minn. Forest Lake High School

Kalani BERTSCH

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Started all 19 games in net for the Bison...Earned her first career shutout in a 2-0 win over Murray State (8/24)...Made a seasonhigh 10 saves in back-to-back games against Iowa State (9/12) and Eastern Washington (9/14)...Earned two shutouts in Summit League play, one against Southern Utah (10/3) and the other against Centenary (10/12)... Saved a penalty kick against Oral Roberts (10/10)...Made 111 saves during the season, setting an NDSU single-season record...Had a goals against average of 1.99 and a .740 save percentage...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Three-time Defensive MVP of the Tri-Valley League (200608)...Four-year starter for St. Bonaventure HS...CIF Southern Section Division 5 first team selection as a senior and third team as a freshman... Led St. Bonaventure to a 165-2 record and the second round of the playoffs in 2007... Two-time Ventura County Star All-County first team selection (2007, 08)...Selected to Tri-Valley League second team as a freshman...Also played varsity tennis and competed in the CIF Championships in 2006 and 2007...Led her U-19 Eagles club squad to a league championship in 2007...Served as sports editor of the school newspaper and secretary for Interact club...Member of National Honor Society.

Danielle BOLDENOW

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008)  Summit League All-Newcomer Team (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Played in all 19 games this season, starting four...Scored her first career goal in a 3-2 loss to Northern Iowa (9/21)...Tallied goals in back-to-back games against Oral Roberts (10/10) and Centenary (10/12)... Notched an assist against Seattle (10/18)...Named to the Summit League All-Newcomer Team and Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Five-year starter and letterwinner for Forest Lake High School...Team captain for two years...Two-time all-conference pick...Team MVP her senior year...Led the team in scoring...Also played for Bangu Tsunami for three years, helping lead the team to two state cup championships... Also led the club to a No. 23 national ranking...Was twice named tournament MVP...Also competed in basketball and track and field for Forest Lake...Three-time letterwinner in basketball and led the team to a second-place sectional finish her junior season...Ran the 100-meter hurdles and finished seventh at sectionals...Received the Outstanding Academic Achievement award four straight years....Played in the Olympic Development Program. PERSONAL Daughter of Dennis and Dana Boldenow...Born July 10, 1990...Has one younger brother, D.J...Considered playing soccer for North Dakota, South Dakota State and South Dakota...Undecided on a major.

PERSONAL Daughter of Eric and Lavinia Bertsch...Born April 26, 1990...Has one younger brother, Kyle...Majoring in business administration.

Pct. .740 .740

GA 39 39

GAA 1.99 1.99

SO 3 3

Boldenow’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 19 4 3 CAREER 19 4 3

A 1 1

Pts 7 7

Shots 14 14

SOG 5 5

GW 1 1

2009 NDSU SOCCER

Bertsch’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS Min. Saves 2008 19 19 1762:28 111 CAREER 19 19 1762:28 111

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5-4  Sophomore  Defender/Mid Spokane, Washington Gonzaga Prep High School

5-10  Sophomore  Forward Dayton, Minnesota Champlin Park High School

Aubrey BOT

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in every game this season and made 13 starts...Tallied nine shots on the season...Scored a goal against Centenary (10/12)...Recorded an assist on a Michelle Gaffaney goal against Western Illinois (11/1)...Helped the Bison defense shut out league foes Southern Utah (10/3) and Centenary (10/12)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Four year letterwinner, two at Gonzaga Prepatory (2006 and 2007) and two at Lewis & Clark HS (2004 and 2005)...Led Gonzaga to a third-place state finish in 2006 and a runner-up finish in 2007...Named most inspirational player as a junior and senior...All-City GSL honorable mention in 2005...Played seven seasons for Spokane Shadow club soccer team... Led team to the Washington State cup championship in 2006...Washington State Cup finalists in 2004 and 2005...Captured three straight Washington Premier League titles (2004-2006)...Won the Super-Y League and US Club Regional Championships in 2004 and 2005.

Emily BROSTROM

BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Played in 16 games...Scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Austin Peay to open the season (8/22)...Also tallied a shot against Oakland (10/26). HIGH SCHOOL Five-year letterwinner and four-year starter at Champlin Park High School...Helped lead the Rebels to conference championships in 2006 and 2007...Team captain as a senior...Named honorable mention all-conference as a freshman and senior...Member of the 2006-07 Bangu Tsunami, which captured back-to-back Minnesota State Cup championships in 2006 and 2007 as well as the 2006 Minnesota U16 Premier League championship...Also lettered in track and field as a sophomore. PERSONAL Daughter of Ronald and Brenda Brostrom...Born Jan. 3, 1990...Has two older sisters, Trishia and Heather...Also considered South Dakota State and Iowa...Majoring in nursing...High school teammate of current Bison Abbey Stratton and Marissa Wolfgram.

2009 NDSU SOCCER

PERSONAL Daughter of David and Melanie Bot...Born Feb. 15, 1990...Has three brothers, Tony, Jonathan and Andrew, as well as four sisters, Melissa, Aimee, Sarah and Adrienne...Father played football at Jamestown College...Sister Sarah played soccer for Gonzaga University...Chose North Dakota State over West Point, Carroll College, Whitworth and Creighton...Majoring in nursing.

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Bot’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS 2008 19 13 CAREER 19 13

G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts 3 3

Shots 9 9

SOG 4 4

GW 0 0

Brostrom’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 16 0 1 CAREER 16 0 1

A 0 0

Pts 2 2

Shots 2 2

SOG 1 1

GW 1 1


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5-5  Sophomore  Defender Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Rosemount High School

5-8  Sophomore  Defender Sioux Falls, S.D. Harrisburg High School

Danielle DeMENT

Megan DEAN

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Started all 19 games for the Bison...Helped the defense post three shutouts against Murray State (8/24), Southern Utah (10/3) and Centenary (10/12)...Tallied an assist in 5-1 loss to Oakland (10/26)... Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter and letterwinner for Rosemount High School...Four-time all-conference pick...Team MVP her junior and senior seasons...Most valuable offensive player as a freshman and sophomore...McDonald’s Athlete of the Week as a junior...Also a four-year letterwinner in track and field, where she was all-conference three times...Named the team’s most valuable sprinter as a sophomore...Excelled in the classroom as well...Member of the National Honor Society as a junior and senior...Named to the 3AA all-academic team and earned the Academic Silver Championship as a senior. PERSONAL Daughter of Mark and Beth Ann Dean...Born Feb. 1, 1990...Has an older brother, Ryan, and a younger sister, Jennifer...Brother played soccer for the University of Minnesota club team in 2006 and 2007...Majoring in exercise science.

BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in all 19 games, starting seven...Scored her first career goal in a 4-1 loss to Iowa State (9/12)...Registered an assist on Laura Murphy’s late game-tying goal at IPFW (9/26)...Helped the Bison defense shut out Murray State (8/24), Southern Utah (10/3) and Centenary (10/12). HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter and letterwinner for Harrisburg High School...Two-time team captain who helped lead the Tigers to three straight state runner-up finishes...Earned four straight first team all-state honors...Garnered academic all-state honors in 2007... Five-year starter for Dakota Gold Alliance under coach Brandon Barkus...Captured the South Dakota state championship five straight seasons...Also played basketball, volleyball, and ran track for Harrisburg High... Member of the 2005 state champion volleyball team which also placed third in 2007...Named to the allstate tournament volleyball team in 2007 and all-region second team in 2005...As a member of the basketball team, earned Rookie of the Year honors as well as team MVP in 2007...Earned all-conference honorable mention honors in basketball for three years. PERSONAL Daughter of Steven and Jackie DeMent...Born Jan. 21, 1990...Has an older brother, Tony, and an older sister Ashley, who played two seasons at NDSU...Considered Iowa, South Dakota State and South Dakota...Majoring in exercise science.

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 0 0

SOG 0 0

GW 0 0

DeMent’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 19 7 1 CAREER 19 7 1

A 1 1

Pts 3 3

Shots 9 9

SOG 6 6

GW 0 0

2009 NDSU SOCCER

Dean’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 19 19 0 CAREER 19 19 0

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5-4  Sophomore  Forward/Mid Woodbury, Minnesota Woodbury High School

5-10  Sophomore  Defender/Mid Bloomington, Minnesota Bloomington Jefferson High School

Morgan DeMIKE

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Played in 16 games, starting five...Took a season-high two shots in season-opener against Austin Peay (8/22)...Had one shot against both Oakland (10/26) and Western Illinois (11/1)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner for Woodbury High School...Helped lead the Royals to state championships in 2004 and 2006, a runner-up finish in 2005 and a third-place finish in 2007...Led Woodbury to three straight Suburban East and Section 3AA championships (2004-06)...All-conference honorable mention in 2007...Also was a five-year letterwinner, threeyear starter and two-time captain for the Woodbury hockey team... All-conference honorable mention on the ice...Participant in the ODP hockey program in 2005 and 2006.

Michelle GAFFANEY

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008)  Jackrabbit Invitational All-Tournament Team (2008)  Summit League All-Newcomer Team (2008) BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Started 18 games for the Bison and played in all 19... Scored the game-winning goal in 2-0 win over Murray State (8/24)...Tallied the tying goal against Eastern Washington (9/14) at the Jackrabbit Invitational...Earned All-Tournament honors for her performance...Notched an assist in 2-0 shutout win over Southern Utah (10/3)...Scored a goal against Centenary (10/12)...Tallied a goal in the final game of the season at Western Illinois (11/1)...Named to the Summit League All-Newcomer Team and the Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter for Bloomington Jefferson High School under coach Sarah Connelly...Scored eight goals and made two assists as a senior in leading the Jaguars to the sectional finals...Earned All-Conference honorable mention selection as a senior...Helped team earn the Academic Gold Award in 2007...Named team’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman...Member of Bangu Tsumani for six years, helping the club team win four state championships since in five years... Three-time letterwinner for academics.

2009 NDSU SOCCER

PERSONAL Daughter of Ronald and Martina DeMike...Born Nov. 10, 1989...Family includes an older sister, Rhonda, and older brother, Nick, as well as a younger sister, Brittany, and brother, Geno...Considered playing soccer at Minnesota and Iowa...Planning to major in accounting.

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PERSONAL Daughter of Dale and Kathy Gaffaney...Born Aug. 19, 1990...Has one younger brother, Paul...Considered playing soccer at Bucknell, Iowa and North Dakota...Planning to major in biological sciences.

DeMike’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 16 5 0 CAREER 16 5 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 4 4

SOG 0 0

GW 0 0

Gaffaney’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 19 18 4 CAREER 19 18 4

A 1 1

Pts 9 9

Shots 28 28

SOG 13 13

GW 1 1


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Katie LUCE

5-4  Sophomore Forward/Mid Waconia, Minnesota Waconia High School

Laura WAGNER

5-5  Sophomore  Midfielder Plymouth, Minnesota Wayzata High School

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008)

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team (2008)

BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Joined the squad halfway through the season...Played in seven games...Added another attacking option to the team...Scored her first career goal in a 7-0 win over Centenary (10/12)...Also tallied a career-high three shots against the Ladies...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team.

BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in 18 games...Started against Minnesota (8/31) and Western Illinois (11/1)...Scored her first career goal in 3-2 loss to Oral Roberts (10/10)...Tallied a season-high three shots against Centenary (10/12)...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team.

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter for Waconia HS...Three-time all-conference honorable mention...Team captain as a senior...Led team in scoring for two years and holds the school record for goals...Also played basketball for two years...captain as a senior...As a member of the track team, set a school record in the long jump...All-conference selection in track...Played for the Waconia Soccer Club...Led her team to a league championship and second place at state. PERSONAL Born on Sept. 16, 1990...Daughter of Lonnie and Cheryl Luce...Has an older sister, Kari, and a younger sister, Kelly...Planning to major in elementary education and family science.

A 0 0

Pts 2 2

Shots 6 6

SOG 3 3

GW 0 0

PERSONAL Daughter of Philip and Marie Wagner...Born Nov. 21, 1989...Has two older sisters, Ashley and Kaitlin...Sister Kaitlin played soccer for Minnesota... Majoring in business.

Wagner’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 18 2 1 CAREER 18 2 1

A 0 0

Pts 2 2

Shots 10 10

SOG 6 6

GW 0 0

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Luce’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 7 1 1 CAREER 7 1 1

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter and letterwinner for coach Tony Peznecker at Wayzata High School...Team captain as a senior...Led the Trojans to conference and section championships and a third-place state finish in 2006...Named to the all-conference team in 2007 while earning honorable mention honors in 2006...Played three years for Bangu Tsumani under coach Eric Singer...Led the Tsunami to back-to-back state cup championships in 2006 and 2007.

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5-8  Sophomore  Mid/Defender San Diego, California Cathedral Catholic High School

5-11  R-Freshman  Defender/Mid Apple Valley, Minnesota Apple Valley High School

Kristen WHIPPLE

HONORS  Summit League Fall All-Academic Team BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Played in 10 games, making seven starts...Assisted on Nicole Rand’s goal in 4-1 win over Mary (9/9)...Tallied an assist on the game-tying goal in 1-1 draw with Eastern Washington (9/14)...Injured her knee against IUPUI (9/28) and missed the rest of the season...Named to the Summit League Fall All-Academic Team. HIGH SCHOOL Led Cathedral Catholic to three straight CIF championships and Western League titles...Led team to a No. 4 national ranking and state title as a senior, one year after coming back from ACL surgery...Named team Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman and again as a senior...Named to the all-academic team as a junior and senior...Five-year starter and three-year captain for Surf Soccer club under coach Joey Hoffman...Club was a three-time Surf Cup champion, two-time CYSA State Cup champion and a USYSA Regional champion...Team also captured the Chivas Cup championship, earning a trip to the 2006 World Cup in Berlin, Germany.

2009 NDSU SOCCER

PERSONAL Daughter of Paul Salvatori and Connie Whipple...Born Aug. 11, 1990... Has one older brother, Justin, who is an officer in the U.S. Navy...Majoring in criminal justice.

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Whipple’s Career Statistics YEAR GP GS G 2008 10 7 0 CAREER 10 7 0

A 2 2

Pts 2 2

Shots 5 5

SOG 1 1

GW 0 0

Holly CHRISTIAN

BISON CAREER 2008 (Freshman): Redshirt due to knee injury. HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter at Apple Valley High School for coach Keith Randa... Team captain as a senior...All-state and All-Midwest selection as a senior...All-state honorable mention in 2006...Three-time all-conference selection and team MVP twice...Participant in the Minnesota True Team State track meet from 2004-2006...Also was a two-time letterwinner in basketball and track...Named to the academic all-conference team twice. PERSONAL Daughter of Paul and Karen Christian...Born Jan. 8, 1990...Has one older sister, Michelle, and a younger brother, Grant...Father played football for St. John’s...Sister played soccer at Northern Illinois...Planning to major in pharmacy.


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5-6  Freshman  Forward/Mid Monrovia, California Monrovia High School

5-5  Freshman  Forward/Mid Winnipeg, Manitoba Shattuck-St. Mary’s

Shannon BROOKS

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter at forward for Monrovia High School...Three-year team captain...Led Monrovia to two league titles...Selected to the all-league first team two years and the second team one year...Helped Monrovia reach the state finals in 2006...Played club soccer for Slammers North... Led Slammers to Surf Cup and California Cup titles...Four-time scholarathlete award winner...Also a standout softball player...Three-time allleague honoree on the diamond...Helped Monrovia capture two league titles...Named to the North/South All-Star team. PERSONAL Daughter of Abdias Brooks and Susana Ebeck...Born on June 24, 1991... Undecided on a major...Chose NDSU over Belmont, Air Force, Trinity, Cal State Northridge and North Carolina...Named to the Guatemala Under-20 national team over the summer and earned a tryout with the full national team.

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Kellie GORES

5-4  Freshman  Defender Cottage Grove, Minnesota Park High School

Brooklyn DYCE

HIGH SCHOOL Played at Shattuck-St. Mary’s and St. John’s Ravencourt...Transferred to Shattuck-St. Mary’s before her senior year...Led Shattuck-St. Mary’s to the state finals...Named team MVP in 2008...Honored as school’s female athlete of the year in 2007 and 2008...Plays club soccer for Winnipeg South End United...Led club team to three straight indoor and outdoor titles...Also a standout track athlete...Set provincial record in the tetrathlon (100m, 800m, long jump and shot put)...Provincial champion in the junior varsity tetrathlon (2007) and varsity tetrathlon (2009)...Also played basketball at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. PERSONAL Daughter of Amanda Younka and Bobby Dyce...Born on Jan. 9, 1991...Family includes a younger sister, Ava, and a younger brother, Trysten...Mother ran track and cross country at the University of Manitoba...Father coached football for seven years at Manitoba and now is the receivers coach for the CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers...Planning to major in engineering.

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Kathy KELSEY

5-10  Freshman  Goalkeeper Langley, British Columbia Walnut Grove Secondary School

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Walnut Grove Secondary School...Member of the British Columbia provincial team since 2003...U-16 squad placed fifth at nationals and U-14 squad was third...Five-year starter for British Columbia... Played club soccer for SBAA Nitro...Helped squad to fifth-place finish at club nationals...Trained at the National Training Center West for three years...Played middle hitter for Fraser Valley Volleyball Club...Led team to a fifth-place finish at nationals.

PERSONAL Daughter of Michael and Susan Gores…Born on Dec. 1, 1990…Planning to double major in Spanish and business…Has two older sisters, Katie and Claire.

PERSONAL Daughter of J. Douglas and Janet Rhodes Kelsey...Born on Feb. 6, 1991... Has an older brother, Mitchell, and an older sister, Jenna...Father played basketball at Principia College...Planning to major in business.

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HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Park High School…Played four years of soccer for head coach Greg Juba…All-conference and all-section honoree in 2008…Led team to three straight runner-up conference finishes and back-to-back second place section finishes…Named Park senior athlete of the year… Played club soccer for the Woodbury Eclipse…Squad won the Midwest Region League first division in 2007-08…Helped team to the USA Cup title in 2005 and 2006.

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Emily MIZRAHI

5-5  Freshman  Forward Cypress, California Cypress High School

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter at Cypress High School...First team all-league and second team All-CIF as a senior...Second team all-league selection in 2008 and honorable mention pick in 2007...Team captain as a senior...Played club soccer for Wolfpack Soccer Club...Helped lead the team to the U-19 Coast Soccer Premier League title...Also helped the Wolfpack reach the semifinals of the North South Premier Championships. PERSONAL Born on July 23, 1991...Daughter of Guy and Angie Mizrahi...Has two younger siblings, Jeff and Lindsey...Planning to major in nursing.

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Chelsea REINHARDT 5-7  Freshman  Forward/Mid Lakeville, Minnesota Lakeville North High School

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Lakeville North High School...Three-year starter...All-conference honorable mention selection in 2007 and 2008...Team captain in 2008...Has played club soccer for Bangu/Minnesota Thunder Elite Academy since 2000...Led team to Minnesota State Cup titles in 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007...Won the Las Vegas College Showcase in 2006... Team won the US Club Region D championship in 2005...USYS Region 2 semi-finalist in 2004...Participated in the Olympic Development Program in 2003, 2004 and 2007...Also ran track for one year...Team finished third at True Team State...Won section and conference team titles. PERSONAL Born Dec. 12, 1990...Daughter of John and Ellen Reinhardt...Has one younger brother, Shaun...Undecided on a major.

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Christie STEMPLE

5-6  Freshman  Goalkeeper Chandler, Arizona Hamilton High School

2009 NDSU SOCCER

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year starter at goalkeeper for Hamilton High School...Team captain as a junior and senior...Honorable mention all-state selection as a senior...First team all-region selection as a sophomore, junior and senior and honorable mention as a freshman...Holds the school record for shutouts...Named 2008-09 scholar-athlete of the year at Hamilton...Played club soccer for the AZFC ‘91 Hammers...Led Hammers to four straight top five finishes at the State Cup...As a senior, played club soccer for ‘91 Mesa United...Led squad to third place finish in state competition...Member of the Arizona Olympic Development team for five years...Competed at the ODP regional championships in 2006 and 2007...Attended ODP Region Four camp for four years.

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PERSONAL Born Sept. 26, 1990...Daughter of Donald and Catherine Stemple...Has two younger brothers, Andy and Will...Planning to major in elementary/ early childhood education.


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THE NDSU EXPERIENCE

“I love the thrill of playing for the girls I call family and the school I love. I’m proud to be a Bison!” - Sophomore Danielle Boldenow

“My teammates have become my ‘Fargo family’. We are all working for the same ultimate goal and get to play the game we love along the way. The coaches, team, staff and school make NDSU home away from home and are making college an unforgettable and rewarding time of my life.” - Sophomore Megan Dean

“I love the team and the commitment we all have to each other and NDSU. We’re very close and we have a lot of fun, while still working hard to represent ourselves and our school in the best way possible.” - Sophomore Danielle DeMent

“The community here is about as good as it gets. Whether it’s the coaches, athletic directors, other department staff, fans or my teammates; everyone here is amazing. NDSU has become my new home and one I will never forget.” - Senior Becky Iwanicki

“I chose North Dakota State because I wanted a new experience in a state other than California. The school has a very promising soccer program and good academics. I also loved all the coaches and girls on the team.” - Freshman Emily Mizrahi

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“I chose NDSU because it’s a different environment and a new experience. I was drawn here by the awesome coaches and players. You can feel the passion they have for soccer.” - Freshman Shannon Brooks

“What I like best about my experience here is not only making lifelong friends, but also being able to challenge myself in every aspect of my life everyday.” -Junior Candice D’Arcangeli

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2008REVIEW  Bison finish seventh in the Summit League

2009 NDSU SOCCER

North Dakota State finished the 2008 season with a 5-12-2 record. In the team’s second season in The Summit League, the Bison went 2-5-1 for seventh place. The Bison opened the season with two straight victories, but struggled through September with only one win. October saw the Bison take two wins out of a possible eight. The squad was plagued by injuries; throughout the course of the season, the Bison lost five players to knee injuries. The 2008 squad was one of the youngest teams in school history. Eleven freshmen saw the field for the Bison, while three of them became regular starters. The Bison started the season strong, going 2-0 on the road at Austin Peay and Murray State. Junior Lorraine Thompson earned Summit League Offensive Player of the Week honors for her goal and assist in a 2-1 win over the Racers. A 2-0 road loss to Creighton was especially difficult because the team lost senior midfielder Becky Iwanicki for the year with a knee injury. The Bison opened their home slate against Big Ten foe Minnesota and were shut out for the second straight game, 3-0. The team bounced back with a resounding 4-1 win over Mary with Thompson again leading the way with two goals. At the Jackrabbit Invitational, the Bi-

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 Nicole Rand contributed three goals and two assists in her final season as a Bison.

son fell to Iowa State, 4-1, but bounced back to tie highpowered Eastern Washington, 1-1. A tough road swing to Nebraska and Northern Iowa fol-  Lorraine Thompson led the Bison in points in 2008 and earned Alllowed and the Bison dropped Summit League second team honors. Candice D’Arcangeli (inset) was both contests. NDSU contin- second on the team in assists with three. ued their travels with a trip son was against South Dakota State. Lone to Indiana to begin Summit League action. senior Nicole Rand was honored before A 1-1 double-overtime tie with IPFW was the game for her contributions to Bison followed by a 1-0 loss to IUPUI. soccer. The Jacks tallied two second half The Bison ended September on a six goals to shut out the Bison. With the loss, game winless streak, but started October the Bison ended the season with a 3-4 reon the right note, earning their first Sum- cord at the Ellig Sports Complex. mit League win of the year against SouthNDSU went into the final stretch of ern Utah, 2-0, behind goals from Quin the season needing victories in its final Ryan and Thompson. two games to clinch a spot in the fourOn a rain-soaked Ellig field, the Bison team Summit League tournament. played host to league opponent Oral RobFirst up was a game at Oakland. Deerts. With the game tied in double over- spite Rand putting NDSU on the board first, time, the Eagles found the back of the net the Grizzlies came back to score five unanto steal the 3-2 victory. swered goals to take a 5-1 win. Despite the heartbreaking loss to Oral A 3-2 loss to Western Illinois in the Roberts, the Bison had no trouble finding season finale ensured that the Bison would the net against Centenary. Seven different not make the league tournament with a 2players scored, while Thompson had three 5-1 league record. assists and Candice D’Arcangeli added Three Bison earned all-league honors. two. Thompson was named to the All-Summit Against Centenary, head coach Pete League second team while freshmen DaniCuadrado recorded his 56th victory at elle Boldenow and Michelle Gaffaney North Dakota State, making him the win- both earned all-newcomer honors. ningest coach in the program’s history. Seven student-athletes were named The Bison then hosted Seattle to the Summit League Commissioner’s List in their final non-conference matchup of of Academic Excellence, which honors stuthe year. After falling in a 3-0 hole in the dents that have reached sophomore athfirst half, the Bison tallied two second half letic status with a GPA of 3.00 or higher. goals, but could not complete the rally. 15 student-athletes were named to the The final home game of the 2008 sea- Summit League Fall All-Academic Team.


 Game Overall: 5-12-2 Home: 3-4-0

2008REVIEW

Results The Summit League: 2-5-1 Away: 2-7-1

Neutral: 0-1-1

Overtime: 0-1-2

Date Aug 22 Aug 24 Aug 29 Aug 31 Sep 9 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 19 Sep 21 Sep 26 Sep 28 Oct 3 Oct 5 Oct 10 Oct 12

Opponent at Austin Peay at Murray State at Creighton MINNESOTA MARY #vs. Iowa State #vs. Eastern Washington at Nebraska at Northern Iowa *at IPFW *at IUPUI *SOUTHERN UTAH at Iowa *ORAL ROBERTS *CENTENARY

Score Overall Summit Att W, 2-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 291 W, 2-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 153 L, 0-2 2-1-0 0-0-0 931 L, 0-3 2-2-0 0-0-0 607 W, 4-1 3-2-0 0-0-0 93 L, 1-4 3-3-0 0-0-0 172 T, 1-1 (2OT) 3-3-1 0-0-0 76 L, 0-3 3-4-1 0-0-0 441 L, 2-3 3-5-1 0-0-0 247 T, 1-1 (2OT) 3-5-2 0-0-1 226 L, 0-1 3-6-2 0-1-1 825 W, 2-0 4-6-2 1-1-1 250 L 0-3 4-7-2 1-1-1 316 L, 2-3 (2OT) 4-8-2 1-2-1 50 W, 7-0 5-8-2 2-2-1 56

Oct 18 Oct 20 Oct 26 Nov 1

SEATTLE *SOUTH DAKOTA STATE *at Oakland *at Western Illinois

L, 2-3 L, 0-2 L, 1-5 L, 2-3

5-9-2 5-10-2 5-11-2 5-12-2

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

85 185 127 284

Goals (Assists in parentheses) Rand, Brostrom Gaffaney (Thompson), Thompson

Thompson (Murphy), Rand (Whipple), Thompson, Stratton (PK) DeMent (Ryan) Gaffaney (Whipple) Thompson (Murphy), Boldenow (Rand) Murphy (DeMent) Ryan (Gaffaney), Thompson (PK) Wagner (D’Arcangeli), Boldenow (Rand, Ryan) Boldenow (Murphy, Thompson), Murphy (D’Arcangeli), Wolfgram (D’Arcangeli), Gaffaney (Thompson), Bot (Thompson), Ryan, Luce Ryan, Thompson (Boldenow) Rand (Dean) Gaffaney (Bot), Murphy

*Summit League game # Jackrabbit Invitational

 Individual Name Lorraine Thompson Michelle Gaffaney Laura Murphy Quin Ryan Nicole Rand Danielle Boldenow Candice D’Arcangeli Danielle DeMent Aubrey Bot Marissa Wolfgram Laura Wagner Abbey Stratton Katie Luce Kristen Whipple Emily Brostrom Megan Dean Morgan DeMike Becky Iwanicki Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 19-19 19-18 18-18 19-13 19-19 19-4 19-17 19-7 19-13 19-19 18-2 6-6 7-1 10-7 16-0 19-19 16-5 3-3 19 19

## Name 0 Kalani Bertsch Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 19-19 19 19

G 6 4 3 3 3 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 29 39

A 4 1 3 2 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 21 33

Minutes 1762:28 1762:28 1762:28

Pts 16 9 9 8 8 7 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 79 111

Sh Shot% 36 .167 28 .143 23 .130 31 .097 16 .188 14 .214 20 .000 9 .111 9 .111 13 .077 10 .100 6 .167 6 .167 5 .000 2 .500 0 .000 4 .000 2 .000 234 .124 323 .121

GA Avg 39 1.99 39 1.99 29 1.48

Saves 111 111 94

SOG 19 13 16 15 12 5 8 6 4 9 6 4 3 1 1 0 0 1 123 150

Pct .740 .740 .764

W 5 5 12

SOG% GW PK-ATT .528 0 1-1 .464 1 0-0 .696 0 0-0 .484 1 0-0 .750 1 0-0 .357 1 0-0 .400 0 0-0 .667 0 0-0 .444 0 0-0 .692 0 0-0 .600 0 0-0 .667 0 1-1 .500 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .500 1 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .526 5 2-2 .464 12 1-2 L 12 12 4

T 2 2 2

Sho 3 3 6

Stats

GOALS Bison Opponents

1st 13 16

2nd 16 22

OT 0 0

OT2 Total 0 29 1 39

SHOTS Bison Opponents

1st 108 161

2nd 115 145

OT 6 7

OT2 Total 5 234 10 323

SAVES Bison Opponents

1st 54 44

2nd 51 44

OT 3 4

OT2 Total 3 111 2 94

CORNERS Bison Opponents

1st 38 36

2nd 42 49

OT 3 1

OT2 Total 3 86 0 86

FOULS Bison Opponents

1st 95 96

2nd 95 76

OT 4 3

OT2 Total 2 196 1 176

Attendance Total Home Away Neutral

Dates 19 7 10 2

Total 5147 1326 3841 248

Average 272 189 384 124

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SUMMITLEAGUE The Summit League

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

Now in its 28th year as an NCAA Division I athletics conference, The Summit League continues its renaissance and ascent both on the playing field and in the classroom. Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League is in its third year of a rebranding that followed its 25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. Included in the plan was the league’s new name, the creation of a new image and the addition of three member institutions. The 10 Summit League member institutions include Centenary College of Louisiana, IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), UMKC (University of Missouri-Kansas City), North Dakota State University, Oakland University, Oral Roberts University, South Dakota State University, Southern Utah University and Western Illinois University. In April 2009, the University of South Dakota accepted an invitation to join the league with full membership during the 2011-12 academic year and will begin as an associate member for swimming and diving in 2009-10. The league has one other associate member, Eastern Illinois University, which competes in swimming and diving. Centenary College will leave the league after the 2010-11 season. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports, which include: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives automatic bids to the NCAA tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on its way to a berth in

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the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed Mississippi in an NCAA first-round game and spark its Sweet 16 run. More recently, the Oral Roberts baseball program finished the 2004 campaign with a national ranking and became the first Summit League school to reach the NCAA Super Regionals in 2006. The league has produced four Olympic athletes, four NCAA champions and several All-Americans in the sports of track and field, swimming and diving and cross country. Numerous professionals and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball first round picks, a pair of NBA first rounders and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguers Kevin Duckworth (NBA) and Kevin Seitzer (MLB) each were two-time all-stars during their professional careers. Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising future on the landscape of college athletics.

Membership At A Glance CENTENARY

IPFW

IUPUI

UMKC

N. DAKOTA STATE

OAKLAND

ORAL ROBERTS

S. DAKOTA STATE

SOUTHERN UTAH

WESTERN ILLINOIS

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Nicknames: Gents/Ladies Location: Shreveport, La. Enrollment: 900 Founded: 1825 Member Since: 2003-04

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Nickname: Golden Grizzlies Location: Rochester, Mich. Enrollment: 18,169 Founded: 1957 Member Since: 1998-99

Nickname: Mastodons Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Enrollment: 12,338 Founded: 1964 Member Since: 2007-08

Nickname: Golden Eagles Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,067 Founded: 1963 Member Since: 1997-98

Nickname: Jaguars Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment: 30,300 Founded: 1969 Member Since: 1998-99

Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 11,995 Founded: 1881 Member Since: 2007-08

Nickname: Kangaroos Location: Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment: 14,221 Founded: 1933 Member Since: 1994-95

Nickname: Thunderbirds Location: Cedar City, Utah Enrollment: 7,516 Founded: 1897 Member Since: 1997-98

Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 13,229 Founded: 1890 Member Since: 2007-08

Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 13,331 Founded: 1899


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Standings

Oakland South Dakota State IUPUI Southern Utah Western Illinois Oral Roberts North Dakota State Centenary IPFW

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

Pts. 21 21 21 12 12 9 7 3 1

Pct. .875 .875 .875 .500 .500 .375 .312 .125 .062

Overall 8-8-2 12-4-1 13-6-0 7-9-0 8-8-2 6-10-1 5-12-2 3-14-1 0-17-1

Pct. .500 .735 .684 .438 .500 .382 .316 .194 .028

Conference Tournament Results

at Western Illinois - Macomb, Ill. Friday, Nov. 7 - Semifinals No. 1 Oakland def. No. 4 Southern Utah, 3-2 (2OT) No. 2 South Dakota State def. No. 3 IUPUI, 2-1 Sunday, Nov. 9 - Final No. 2 South Dakota State def. No. 1 Oakland, 1-0

 2008

First Team

All-League Teams Second Team

Jessica Boyle, F, Sr., Oakland Kristi Evans, M, Sr., Oakland Kellyn Farrell, F, Sr., SDSU Kerstyn Farrell, D, Sr., SDSU Kristen Fonk, D, Jr., SUU Ashley Hoch, F, Sr., WIU Erin Kasmarik, M, Sr., SDSU Nicole Lograsso, GK, Sr., SDSU Natalya Manyan, F, Sr., ORU Katrina McCrory, M, Jr., IUPUI Kristi Smith, D, Sr., Oakland

Alicia Brock, F, Fr., IUPUI Jamie Farrell, GK, Jr., IUPUI Chelsea Goosen, M, Sr., SDSU Jennifer Green, D, So., WIU Meghan Hartwig, M, So., Oakland Shaley Ipson-Allen, F, Sr. SUU Kelly Larson, D, Sr., SDSU Sarah Lynch, F, Fr., Oakland Kaycie Porter, D, Jr., ORU Lorraine Thompson, M, Jr, NDSU Kelly Williams, D, So, IUPUI

Newcomer Team

Offensive Player of the Year Jessica Boyle, F, Sr., Oakland

Danielle Boldenow, M, NDSU Stacey Brinkman, M, SUU Alicia Brock, F, IUPUI Deanna Colarossi, D, Oakland Kelsey Ferguson, F, SDSU Michelle Gaffaney, D, NDSU Lauren Gallets, M, IUPUI Sarah Lynch, F, Oakland Kristen McFadden, GK, IPFW Steph Peterson, D, SDSU Nora Potempa, M, WIU

Defensive Player of the Year Kerstyn Farrell, D, Sr., SDSU Newcomer of the Year Alicia Brock, F, Fr., IUPUI Coach of the Year Chris Johnson, IUPUI

Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Regular Season Oakland Oakland, Oral Roberts Oakland Oral Roberts Oakland Oral Roberts Oakland, Valparaiso Valparaiso Western Illinois Oakland, SDSU, IUPUI

Tournament Oral Roberts Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oral Roberts Valparaiso Oakland Oakland South Dakota State

Individuals must have played in 50% of team’s games, or 33% of the teams’ minutes for goalkeepers. Conference games only. POINTS Jessica Boyle, OU Meghan Hartwig, OU Sarah Lynch, OU Ashley Hoch, WIU Erin Kasmarik, SDSU Megan Hock, IUPUI Alicia Brock, IUPUI Katrina McCrory, IUPUI Coreen Walker, ORU Kellyn Farrell, SDSU Natalya Manyan, ORU

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

GOALS Meghan Hartwig, OU Jessica Boyle, OU Sarah Lynch, OU Coreen Walker, ORU Alicia Brock, IUPUI Ashley Hoch, WIU Erin Kasmarik, SDSU Megan Hock, IUPUI Kellyn Farrell, SDSU Laura Murphy, NDSU Katrina McCrory, IUPUI Natalya Manyan, ORU

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

G 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

AVG. 0.75 0.75 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.38 0.38 0.38

ASSISTS Jessica Boyle, OU Sarah Lynch, OU Ashley Hoch, WIU Jennifer Green, WIU Candice D’Arcangeli, NDSU Lorraine Thompson, NDSU Natalie Holland, IUPUI 14 players with

GP 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8

A 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 2

AVG. 0.75 0.50 0.50 0.43 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.25

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G 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 3

A 6 1 4 4 1 1 1 2 0 0 2

PTS 18 13 12 12 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

GOALS AGAINST AVG. Nicole Lograsso, SDSU Kim Herbst, OU Jamie Farrell, IUPUI Jessica Walsh, WIU Sutton Fox, SUU Amanda Wheeler, ORU Kalani Bertsch, NDSU Meagan McLaughlin, IPFW Kristen McFadden, IPFW Kate Donnelly, CC

GP 8 7 8 6 8 8 8 5 5 7

GA 2 5 6 4 10 13 15 9 10 12

GAA 0.26 0.74 0.75 1.03 1.25 1.60 1.79 2.13 2.42 2.43

SAVES Jamie Farrell, IUPUI Amanda Wheeler, ORU Kalani Bertsch, NDSU Sutton Fox, SUU Kate Donnelly, CC Megan McLaughlin, IPFW Kristen McFadden, IPFW Deb Hill, CC Jessica Waslsh, WIU Kim Herbst, OU

GP 8 8 8 8 7 5 5 5 6 7

Sv. 45 42 38 36 33 31 29 27 18 18

Avg. 5.62 5.25 4.75 4.50 4.71 6.20 5,80 5.40 3.00 2.57

SHUTOUTS Nicole Lograsso, SDSU Sutton Fox, SUU Kim Herbst, OU Jamie Farrell, IUPUI Kalani Bertsch, NDSU Amanda Wheeler, ORU Kate Donnelly, CC

GP 8 8 7 8 8 8 7

SOs 6 3 3 3 2 2 1

Statistics Leaders

POINTS Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI North Dakota State South Dakota State Oral Roberts Southern Utah IPFW Centenary

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

NO. AVG. 72 9.00 50 6.25 46 5.75 43 5.38 42 5.25 36 4.50 16 2.00 9 1.12 3 0.38

ASSISTS Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI North Dakota State South Dakota State Oral Roberts Southern Utah IPFW Centenary

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

No. AVG. 18 2.25 16 2.00 14 1.75 13 1.62 10 1.25 10 1.25 4 0.50 3 0.38 1 0.12

SHOTS South Dakota State Oakland Western Illinois North Dakota State Southern Utah Oral Roberts IUPUI IPFW Centenary

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

No. 177 126 122 117 116 111 95 60 51

AVG. 22.12 15.75 15.25 14.62 14.50 13.88 11.88 7.50 6.38

GOALS ALLOWED South Dakota State IUPUI Oakland Southern Utah Oral Roberts North Dakota State Western Illinois IPFW Centenary

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

No. AVG. 2 0.25 6 0.75 6 0.75 10 1.25 13 1.62 15 1.88 17 2.12 19 2.38 26 3.25

GOALS Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI South Dakota State North Dakota State Oral Roberts Southern Utah IPFW Centenary

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

No. AVG. 27 3.38 17 2.12 16 2.00 16 2.00 15 1.88 13 1.62 6 0.75 3 0.38 1 0.12

CORNERS South Dakota State North Dakota State Oakland Western Illinois Oral Roberts IPFW Southern Utah IUPUI Centenary

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

No. AVG. 57 7.12 49 6.12 43 5.38 39 4.88 34 4.25 21 2.62 19 2.38 16 2.00 16 2.00

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SUMMITLEAGUE  Individual Statistics Leaders

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2009OPPONENTS

Augustana

Aug. 16 - Fargo, N.D.

Lamar

Aug. 30 - Waco, Texas

Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. Founded: 1860 Enrollment: 1,750 Nickname: Vikings Colors: Navy and Yellow Facility: Augustana Campus Field Surface/Lights: Grass/None Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northern Sun President: Rob Oliver Athletic Director: Bill Gross

Location: Des Moines, Iowa Founded: 1881 Enrollment: 5,617 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and White Facility: Cownie Soccer Complex Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: David Maxwell Athletic Director: Sandy Hatfield Clubb

Location: Waco, Texas Founded: 1845 Enrollment: 14,174 Nickname: Bears Colors: Green and Gold Facility: Betty Lou Mays Soccer Field Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 Interim President: Dr. David E. Garland Athletic Director: Ian McCaw

Location: Beaumont, Texas Founded: 1923 Enrollment: 13,280 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red and White Facility: Lamar Soccer Complex Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland President: Dr. James M. Simmons Athletic Director: Billy Tubbs

Soccer SID: Kevin Ludwig E-mail: kevin.ludwig@augie.edu Office Phone: (605) 274-4335 Press Box Phone: (605) 376-1333 Fax: (605) 274-5298 Web Site: www.GoAugie.com

Soccer SID: Sean Palchick E-mail: sean.palchick@drake.edu Office Phone: (515) 271-4147 Press Box Phone: (515) 208-8279 Fax: (515) 271-3015 Web Site: www.GoDrakeBulldogs.com

Soccer SID: Kyle Cornish E-mail: Kyle_Cornish@baylor.edu Office Phone: (254) 710-3065 Press Box Phone: (254) 710-1567 Fax: (254) 710-1369 Web Site: www.BaylorBears.com

Soccer SID: Brian Henry E-mail: brian.henry@lamar.edu Office Phone: (409) 880-8329 Press Box Phone: (409) 651-0514 Fax: (409) 880-2338 Web Site: www.lamarcardinals.com

Head Coach: Brandon Barkus Alma Mater: Benedictine (Kan.), 1995 Record at School: 26-26-5 (3 years) Career Record: 26-26-5 (3 years)

Head Coach: Lindsey Horner Alma Mater: Kansas, 2001 Record at School: 8-10-1 (1 year) Career Record: 8-10-1 (1 year)

Head Coach: Marci Jobson Alma Mater: SMU, 1998 Record at School: 5-10-3 (1 year) Career Record: 28-37-12 (4 years)

Head Coach: Dewi Hardman Alma Mater: Wake Forest, 1990 Record at School: 4-11-1 (1 year) Career Record: 4-11-1 (1 year)

Last Year’s Record: 13-6-1 Conference Record: 10-3 (3rd) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: Division II First Round Starters Returning/Lost: 8/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/2

Last Year’s Record: 8-10-1 Conference Record: 4-2-0 (3rd) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/2

Last Year’s Record: 5-10-3 Conference Record: 1-6-2 (10th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/7

Last Year’s Record: 4-11-1 Conference Record: 2-6-1 (8th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 3/8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/12

Creighton

2009 NDSU SOCCER

Baylor

Aug. 28 - Waco, Texas

Sept. 1 - Fargo, N.D.

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Drake

Aug. 21 - Fargo, N.D.

Minnesota

Sept. 6 - Minneapolis, Minn.

Wisconsin

Sept. 11 - Madison, Wis.

Green Bay

Sept. 13 - Green Bay, Wis.

Location: Omaha, Neb. Founded: 1878 Enrollment: 7,051 Nickname: Bluejays Colors: Blue and White Facility: Morrison Stadium Surface/Lights: Artificial/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: Rev. John P. Schlegel, S.J. Athletic Director: Bruce Rasmussen

Location: Minneapolis, Minn. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 51,140 Nickname: Golden Gophers Colors: Maroon and Gold Facility: Robbie Stadium Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Ten President: Robert H. Bruininks Athletic Director: Joel Maturi

Location: Madison, Wis. Founded: 1848 Enrollment: 42,041 Nickname: Badgers Colors: Cardinal and White Facility: McClimon Soccer Complex Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Ten Chancellor: Biddy Martin Athletic Director: Barry Alvarez

Location: Green Bay, Wis. Founded: 1965 Enrollment: 5,416 Nickname: Phoenix Colors: Green, Silver and Red Facility: Aldo Santaga Stadium Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Horizon League Chancellor: Dr. Thomas K. Harden Athletic Director: Ken Bothof

Soccer SID: TBA E-mail: TBA Office Phone: (402) 280-5801 Press Box Phone: (402) 280-3564 Fax: (402) 280-2495 Web Site: www.gocreighton.com

Soccer SID: Pat McCabe E-mail: mcca0512@umn.edu Office Phone: (612) 624-4345 Press Box Phone: (612) 625-6769 Fax: (612) 625-0359 Web Site: www.gophersports.com

Soccer SID: Jacqueline Boscacci E-mail: jb5@athletics.wisc.edu Office Phone: (608) 265-3545 Press Box Phone: (608) 279-8653 Fax: N/A Web Site: www.uwbadgers.com

Soccer SID: Ryan Hartwig E-mail: hartrt24@uwgb.edu Office Phone: (715) 923-3240 Press Box Phone: (920) 465-2687 Fax: (920) 465-2357 Web Site: www.greenbayphoenix.com

Head Coach: Bruce Erickson Alma Mater: Viterbo, 1990 Record at School: 104-82-19 (10 years) Career Record: 174-143-25 (17 years)

Head Coach: Mikki Denney Wright Alma Mater: Minnesota, 1996 Record at School: 56-39-6 (5 years) Career Record: 56-39-6 (5 years)

Head Coach: Paula Wilkins Alma Mater: UMass, 1994 Record at School: 15-20-2 (2 years) Career Record: 134-39-13 (8 years)

Head Coach: Trevor Warren Alma Mater: Newcastle, 1978 Record at School: 5-7-4 (1 year) Career Record: 108-45-11 (9 years)

Last Year’s Record: 12-6-2 Conference Record: 3-3-0 (T-4th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/6

Last Year’s Record: 22-4-0 Conference Record: 8-2-0 (T-1st) Final Ranking: 15 NCAA Playoffs: Round of 16 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/8

Last Year’s Record: 9-9-1 Conference Record: 3-7-0 (10th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/10

Last Year’s Record: 5-7-4 Conference Record: 2-4-2 (7th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/9


2009OPPONENTS

Boise State

Sept. 18 - Boise, Idaho

Portland State

Sept. 20 - Boise, Idaho

Mary

Sept. 29 - Fargo, N.D.

Oral Roberts

Oct. 2 - Tulsa, Okla.

Location: Boise, Idaho Founded: 1932 Enrollment: 19,667 Nickname: Broncos Colors:Blue and Orange Facility: Boas Sports Complex Surface/Lights: Grass/None Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: WAC President: Dr. Robert W. Kustra Athletic Director: Gene Bleymaier

Location: Portland, Ore. Founded: 1946 Enrollment: 27,000 Nickname: Vikings Colors: Green, White and Silver Facility: PCC-Rock Creek Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Sky President: Wim Wiewel Athletic Director: Torre Chisholm

Location: Bismarck, N.D. Founded: 1959 Enrollment: 2,900 Nickname: Marauders Colors: Blue, Orange and White Facility: Bismarck Community Bowl Surface/Lights: Artificial/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northern Sun President: Dr. Thomas Welder Athletic Director: Roger Thomas

Location: Tulsa, Okla. Founded: 1963 Enrollment: 5,109 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Navy Blue, Vegas Gold & White Facility: ORU Soccer Complex Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Mark Rutland Athletic Director: Mike Carter

Soccer SID: Doug Link E-mail: DLink@BoiseState.edu Office Phone: (208) 426-1027 Press Box Phone: (208) 861-2796 Fax: (208) 426-3361 Web Site: www.broncosports.com

Soccer SID: Matt Scheerer E-mail: mscheerer@pdx.edu Office Phone: (503) 725-5744 Press Box Phone: N/A Fax: (503) 725-5550 Web Site: www.goviks.com

Soccer SID: Brian Larson E-mail: bslarson@umary.edu Office Phone: (701) 355-8354 Press Box Phone: (701) 222-7544 Fax: (701) 355-8302 Web Site: www.umary.edu/UM/athletics

Soccer SID: Kyle Seay E-mail: kseay@oru.edu Office Phone: (918) 495-7094 Press Box Phone: (817) 455-2127 Fax: (918) 495-7142 Web Site: www.orugoldeneagles.com

Head Coach: Steve Lucas Alma Mater: New Hampshire Coll., 1996 Record at School: 73-79-18 (9 years) Career Record: 73-79-18 (9 years)

Head Coach: Laura Schott Alma Mater: California, 2004 Record at School: 5-11-4 (1 year) Career Record: 5-11-4 (1 year)

Head Coach: Levi Evans Alma Mater: Mary, 2000 Record at School: 59-41-7 (5 years) Career Record: 59-41-7 (5 years)

Head Coach: Ryan Bush Alma Mater: Oral Roberts, 2003 Record at School: 6-10-1 (1 year) Career Record: 6-10-1 (1 year)

Last Year’s Record: 11-8-2 Conference Record: 3-3-1 (4th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/6

Last Year’s Record: 6-10-2 Conference Record: 1-4-1 (6th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 12/9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4

Last Year’s Record: 11-10-1 Conference Record: 9-3-1 (4th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/7

Last Year’s Record: 6-10-1 Conference Record: 3-5-0 (5th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/1

Centenary

Oct. 4 - Shreveport, La.

IPFW

Oct. 9 - Fargo, N.D.

Oakland

Oct. 11 - Fargo, N.D.

IUPUI

Oct. 16 - Indianapolis, Ind.

Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Founded: 1964 Enrollment: 12,338 Nickname: Mastodons Colors: Royal Blue and White Facility: Hefner Soccer Complex Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League Chancellor: Dr. Michael A. Wartell Athletic Director: Tommy Bell

Location: Rochester, Mich. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 18,162 Nickname: Golden Grizzlies Colors: Gold and Black Facility: OU Soccer Field Surface/Lights: Grass/None Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Gary D. Russi Athletic Director: Tracy Huth

Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 30,300 Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Red, Gold and Black Facility: Kuntz Stadium Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League Chancellor: Charles Bantz Athletic Director: Michael R. Moore

Soccer SID: Allison McClain E-mail: amcclain2@centenary.edu Office Phone: (318) 869-5092 Press Box Phone: (318) 751-3380 Fax: (318) 869-5128 Web Site: www.gocentenary.com

Soccer SID: John Felts E-mail: feltjp01@ipfw.edu Office Phone: (260) 481-0278 Press Box Phone: (260) 402-6599 Fax: (260) 481-6002 Web Site: www.gomastodons.com

Soccer SID: Paul Smith E-mail: smith234@oakland.edu Office Phone: (248) 370-3123 Press Box Phone: N/A Fax: (248) 370-3138 Web Site: www.ougrizzlies.com

Soccer SID: Ed Holdaway E-mail: eholdawa@iupui.edu Office Phone: (317) 274-2725 Press Box Phone: (317) 908-2645 Fax: (317) 278-2683 Web Site: www.iupuijags.com

Head Coach: Chase Wooten Alma Mater: Centenary, 1998 Record at School: 32-54-6 (5 years) Career Record: 32-54-6 (5 years)

Head Coach: Margaret Saurin Alma Mater: Christian Brothers, 2002 Record at School: 1-34-1 (2 years) Career Record: 1-34-1 (2 years)

Head Coach: Nick O’Shea Alma Mater: Oakland, 2006 Record at School: 172-96-15 (15 years) Career Record: 172-96-15 (15 years)

Head Coach: Chris Johnson Alma Mater: St. Joseph’s College, 1991 Record at School: 36-48-12 (6 years) Career Record: 117-127-14 (15 years)

Last Year’s Record: 3-14-1 Conference Record: 1-7-0 (8th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 9/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/6

Last Year’s Record: 0-18-1 Conference Record: 0-7-1 (9th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/7

Last Year’s Record: 9-9-2 Conference Record: 7-1 (T-1st) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 7/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/9

Last Year’s Record: 13-7-0 Conference Record: 7-1-0 (T-1st) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/5

2009 NDSU SOCCER

Location: Shreveport, La. Founded: 1825 Enrollment: 745 Nickname: Ladies Colors: Maroon and White Facility: Mayo Field Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. B. David Rowe Athletic Director: Dr. Tom Tallach

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2009OPPONENTS

Western Illinois

2009 NDSU SOCCER

Oct. 18 - Macomb, Ill.

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Southern Utah Oct. 23 - Fargo, N.D.

UMKC

Oct. 25 - Fargo, N.D.

South Dakota State Oct. 31 - Brookings, S.D.

Location: Macomb, Ill. Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 13,331 Nickname: Leathernecks Colors: Purple and Gold Facility: MacKenzie Alumni Field Surface/Lights: Grass/None Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Alvin Goldfarb Athletic Director: Dr. Tim M. Van Alstine

Location: Cedar City, Utah Founded: 1897 Enrollment: 7,519 Nickname: Thunderbirds Colors: Scarlet and White Facility: Thunderbird Soccer Field Surface/Lights: Grass/None Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Michael T. Benson Athletic Director: Ken Beazer

Location: Kansas City, Mo. Founded: 1933 Enrollment: 14,221 Nickname: Kangaroos Colors: Blue and Gold Facility: Durwood Soccer Stadium Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League Chancellor: Leo Morton Athletic Director: Tim Hall

Location: Brookings, S.D. Founded: 1881 Enrollment: 11,995 Nickname: Jackrabbits Colors: Yellow and Blue Facility: Fishback Soccer Park Surface/Lights: Grass/Lights Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. David Chicoine Athletic Director: Justin Sell

Soccer SID: Ryan Bower E-mail: rp-bower@wiu.edu Office Phone: (309) 298-1133 Press Box Phone: N/A Fax: (309) 298-2060 Web Site: www.wiuathletics.com

Soccer SID: Kyle Cottam E-mail: cottam@suu.edu Office Phone: (435) 586-7752 Press Box Phone: (435) 817-7702 Fax: (435) 865-8037 Web Site: www.suutbirds.com

Soccer SID: Brooke Orcutt E-mail: orcuttb@umkc.edu Office Phone: (816) 235-6618 Press Box Phone: (816) 830-4088 Fax: (816) 235-1035 Web Site: www.umkckangaroos.com

Soccer SID: Chris McKeown E-mail: Chris.McKeown@sdstate.edu Office Phone: (605) 688-4822 Press Box Phone: (605) 695-6698 Fax: (605) 688-5999 Web Site: www.GoJacks.com

Head Coach: Tony Guinn Alma Mater: Carthage, 1989 Record at School: 24-11-3 (2 years) Career Record: 54-31-7 (5 years)

Head Coach: Brian Stock Alma Mater: Akron, 1995 Record at School: 36-89-15 (8 years) Career Record: 36-89-15 (8 years)

Head Coach: Anita Rodriguez Alma Mater: Marywood, 1995 Record at School: First year Career Record: 13-25-1 (2 years)

Head Coach: Lang Wedemeyer Alma Mater: Old Dominion, 1994 Record at School: 78-72-17 (10 years) Career Record: 78-72-17 (10 years)

Last Year’s Record: 8-8-2 Conference Record: 4-4-0 (T-4th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 4/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/13

Last Year’s Record: 7-10-0 Conference Record: 4-4-0 (4th) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/6

Last Year’s Record: First season Conference Record: N/A Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: None Starters Returning/Lost: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: N/A

Last Year’s Record: 15-5-1 Conference Record: 7-1-0 (T-1st) Final Ranking: None NCAA Playoffs: Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/9

 Sophomores Michelle Gaffaney (L) and

Danielle Boldenow combined for seven goals for the Bison last season.


BISONTRAVEL

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HONORS&AWARDS National

Regional

NSCAA Team Academic Award 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

NSCAA All-Central Region 1996 Nicole VandenBos, F (2nd) 1997 Lisa Leach, MF (2nd) 1998 Lisa Leach, MF (1st) 1999 Lisa Leach, MF (1st) Mandi Miller, MF Nicole VandenBos, F 2001 Brooke Hartman, D (1st) 2002 Carly Christensen, MF (2nd) Kelly Gilbertson, D (2nd) 2003 Jamie Graden, D (2nd) Jessica Rodgers, F (3rd)

NSCAA Team Ethics Award 2002 Bronze (8 yellow cards) NSCAA Division II All-America 1999 Lisa Leach, MF (2nd) CoSIDA Division II All-America 1996 Lisa Isaacson, D (2nd) USASA National B Team 2001 Kelly Gilbertson, D Soccer Buzz All-National Team First-Year Division I Programs 2004 Carly Christensen, MF Brooke Hartman, D NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships 2004 Brooke Hartman, D 2005 Olivia Cole, MF 2006 Sarah Panzer, D NSCAA Scholar Athlete All-America 1999 Lisa Leach, MF (3rd) CoSIDA Academic All-America® College Division At-Large 2000 Lisa Leach, MF (2nd) CoSIDA Academic All-America® College Division Soccer 2003 Brooke Hartman, D (2nd)

2009 NDSU SOCCER

CoSIDA Academic All-America® University Division Soccer 2004 Brooke Hartman, D (2nd) 2005 Olivia Cole, MF (3rd) Sarah Panzer, D (3rd) 2006 Sarah Panzer, D (3rd)

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 Brooke Hartman, two-time CoSIDA

Academic All-American®

NSCAA Academic All-Central Region 1997 Vicki Schneider, MF (1st) Melissa Fedde, D (2nd) 1999 Renee Hawkins, MF (3rd) Lisa Leach, MF (1st) 2005 Becky Skrypek, D (3rd) NSCAA Central Region Coach of the Year 1999 Matt Townsend CoSIDA Division II All-Central Region 1996 Lisa Isaacson, D (1st) CoSIDA Academic All-District College Division At-Large 1995 Vicki Schneider, MF (2nd) 1997 Vicki Schneider, MF (1st) 1999 Lisa Leach, MF 2000 Lisa Leach, MF (1st) CoSIDA Academic All-District College Division Soccer 2002 Olivia Cole, F (1st) Kelly Gilbertson, D (1st) Tara Sweeney, MF (2nd) 2003 Brooke Hartman, D (1st) CoSIDA Academic All-District University Division Soccer 2004 Brooke Hartman, D (1st) Olivia Cole, F (2nd) Sarah Panzer, D (2nd) 2005 Olivia Cole, MF (1st) Sarah Panzer, D (1st) Becky Skrypek, D (2nd) 2006 Becky Iwanicki, MF (1st) Sarah Panzer, D (1st) Ashley Chandler, D (2nd) 2007 Becky Iwanicki, MF (1st) Monica Morgan, GK (2nd)

 Sarah Panzer (inset) was

a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-America® selection, while Lisa Leach is NDSU’s only NSCAA All-American.

North Central Conference Player of the Year 1998 Lisa Leach, MF (shared) Freshman of the Year 1996 Nicole VandenBos, F 1997 Lisa Leach, MF (shared) Coach of the Year 1998 Matt Townsend 1999 Matt Townsend (shared) NCC Tournament Most Valuable Defensive Player 2000 Kelly Tierney, GK All-North Central Conference 1996 Lisa Isaacson, D 1997 Lisa Leach, MF Tonya Tuckenhagen, F 1998 Kelly Gilbertson, MF Renee Hawkins, MF Lisa Leach, MF Tonya Tuckenhagen, F Nicole VandenBos, F 1999 Susie Hansen, D Lisa Leach, MF Tara Sweeney, GK Nicole VandenBos, F 2000 Kelly Tierney, GK 2001 Brooke Hartman, D Kelly Tierney, GK 2002 Carly Christensen, MF (1st) Kelly Gilbertson, MF (1st) Jamie Graden, D (1st) Kelly Tierney, GK (2nd) 2003 Jamie Graden, D (1st) Brooke Hartman, D (2nd) Jessica Parker, MF (2nd) Jessica Rodgers, F (2nd) All-Academic At-Large Team 1997 Vicki Schneider, MF 1998 Vicki Schneider, MF 1999 Lisa Leach, MF

All-Academic Soccer Team 2000 Kelly Gilbertson, D Renee Hawkins, MF Lisa Leach, MF Tara Sweeney, GK 2001 Stephanie Bengs, MF Tara Sweeney, GK 2002 Olivia Cole, F Kelly Gilbertson, D Tara Sweeney, GK 2003 Brooke Hartman, D Caitlin Schultz, F Angie Stenson, MF Betty Wey, D Players of the Week 1996 Krista Swanson, MF Nicole VandenBos, F Tonya Tuckenhagen, F Susie Hansen, D 1997 Lisa Leach, MF Vicki Schneider, MF Carrie Fontana, F Margaret Palo, GK (2) Tonya Tuckenhagen, F 1998 Tonya Tuckenhagen, F Lisa Leach, D Kelly Gilbertson, MF Patricia David, GK Dorsey Nelson, MF 1999 Nicole VandenBos, F Tara Sweeney, GK (2) Susie Hansen, D Jessica Bowar, D 2000 Kelly Gilbertson, D 2001 Kelly Tierney, GK Brooke Hartman, D 2002 Olivia Cole, F Kelly Tierney, GK 2003 Jamie Graden, D Brooke Hartman, D Jessica Parker, F


Division I Independent Defensive Player of the Year 2005 Karli Kopietz, GK Coach of the Year 2005 Pete Cuadrado All-Independent Team 2004 Carly Christensen, MF (1st) Brooke Hartman, D (2nd) 2005 Carly Christensen, D Olivia Cole, MF Karli Kopietz, GK Michelle Martinez, F Offensive Player of the Week 2005 Michelle Martinez, F Becky Skrypek, D Erin Ellsworth, D Defensive Player of the Week 2005 Carly Christensen, D (3) Becky Skrypek, D Olivia Cole, MF Karli Kopietz, GK Newcomer of the Week 2004 Michelle Martinez, F Jami Rozell, F 2005 Karli Kopietz, GK All-Academic Team 2004 Olivia Cole, F Brooke Hartman, F 2005 Olivia Cole, MF Sarah Panzer, D Becky Skrypek, D

United Soccer Conference Offensive Player of the Week 2006 Chelsea Body, F Nicole Rand, MF Defensive Player of the Week 2006 Sarah Panzer, D Newcomer of the Week 2006 Lorraine Thompson, MF (2) Monica Morgan, GK (3) All-Tournament Team 2006 Jestina Orlando, F Sarah Panzer, D Patty Romeo, MF

The Summit League All-Summit League Team 2007 Michelle Martinez, F (2nd) Patty Romeo, MF (2nd) Abbey Stratton, D (2nd) 2008 Lorraine Thompson, MF (2nd) All-Newcomer Team 2007 Candice D’Arcangeli, MF Quin Ryan, F Abbey Stratton, D 2008 Danielle Boldenow, MF Michelle Gaffaney, D Offensive Player of the Week 2007 Michelle Martinez, F (9/17) Lorraine Thompson, MF (10/8) Quin Ryan, F (10/15) 2008 Lorraine Thompson, MF (8/30) Defensive Player of the Week 2007 Monica Morgan, GK (9/4) Fall All-Academic Team 2007 Ashley Chandler Candice D’Arcangeli Kelsey Hohol Becky Iwanicki Michelle Martinez Monica Morgan Laura Murphy Jessica Nei Nicole Rand Jami Rozell Quin Ryan Abbey Stratton 2008 Kalani Bertsch Danielle Boldenow Aubrey Bot Candice D’Arcangeli Megan Dean Morgan DeMike Michelle Gaffaney Becky Iwanicki Katie Luce Laura Murphy Quin Ryan Abbey Stratton Laura Wagner Kristen Whipple Marissa Wolfgram

 All-Time

Roster

Tonya Becker .............. 1995-96 Emily Beckman ............ 2000-01 Stephanie Bengs ....... 2000-01,03 Daneen Bergquist .............2003 Kalani Bertsch .............. 2008Alicia Bigler ....................1995 Keri Blanchette ............ 2004-05 Chelsea Body .............. 2004-07 Danielle Boldenow ......... 2008Aubrey Bot .................. 2008Jessica Bowar .......... 1996,98-00 Emily Brostrom ............. 2008Colleen Callinan ...............1995 Ashley Chandler ........... 2003-07 Briana Chipps ..................2000 Carly Christensen ......... 2001-05 Margo Christensen ............1995

Amanda Klaman ...............2002 Tiffany Koerner ............ 1998-01 Karli Kopietz ...................2005 Michelle Lange ............ 1997-98 Lisa Leach .................. 1997-00 Kelly Libner ....................1997 Katie Luce ................... 2008Jamie Martinek ................2001 Michelle Martinez ......... 2004-07 Amy Masterson ............ 1999-02 Kelly McCardle.................1995

Olivia Cole ................. 2001-05 Karli Colpitts ...................2003 Rovi Currier ....................1995 Candice D’Arcangeli ....... 2007Patricia David .............. 1996-98 Merritt Davis ...................1997 Megan Dean ................. 2008Jenny Decker .............. 1995-96 Ashley DeMent ............. 2006-07 Danielle DeMent ............ 2008Morgan DeMike ............. 2008Angie Eichten ..................2001 Erin Ellsworth .............. 2003-06 Regan Fawley ..................1995 Meghann Fedde............ 1997-00 Melissa Fedde .............. 1995-98 Alison Feders .............. 2006-07 Sarah Feigum ..................2002 Carrie Fontana ............ 1997-00 Sharon Freimuth .......... 1998-01 Michelle Gaffaney .......... 2008Kelly Gilbertson ........... 1998-02 Jamie Graden .............. 2001-03 Kim Grettum ............... 2002-03 Molly Gunkelman ..............2002 Stacy Gutenkunst .............1995 Heather Hansen ...............1999 Susie Hansen ............... 1996-99 Brooke Hartman ........... 2001-04 Becky Hauschild ...............1995 Renee Hawkins ............ 1996-00

Danielle Ness .............. 1997-98 Jestina Orlando ........... 2005-06 Margaret Palo .............. 1996-97 Sarah Panzer ............... 2003-06 Jessica Parker ............. 2003-04 Ali Ramaeker ..................2006 Holly Ramaeker ...............2005 Nicole Rand ................ 2005-08 Kelli Reed .................. 2001,04 Jessica Rodgers ............ 2002-05 Julie Rohloff ...................1999 Patty Romeo ............... 2004-07 Jami Rozell ................. 2004-07 Quin Ryan.................... 2007Melisa Schlueter ...............2000 Susie Schmaltz............. 2001-03 Vicki Schneider ............ 1995-97 Jacinda Schneiter .............1995 Caitlin Schultz ............. 2000-03 Becky Skrypek ............. 2002-05 Angie Stenson.............. 2002-05 Katie Stombaugh ..............2004 Jamie Strand...................1995 Abbey Stratton ............. 2007Krista Swanson ............ 1995-97 Tara Sweeney .............. 1999-02

Andrea Heldt ..................1996 Laura Hermanson .............2004 Kelsey Hohol ............... 2004-07 Stacey Howell .................2005 Lisa Isaacson ...................1996 Becky Iwanicki .............. 2005Sheila Johnson ............. 1996-98 Renee Keller ...................1995 Natalie Kirchoffner ...........1999

Dawn McGrogan ...............1995 Mandi Miller ................ 1999-00 Monica Morgan............. 2006-07 Laura Murphy ............... 2006Jessica Nei ................. 2003-07 Dorsey Nelson ............. 1997-98

Danielle Thompson ....... 2004-06 Lorraine Thompson ........ 2006Erin Tierney ................ 2002-05 Kelly Tierney ............... 1999-02 Andrea Travnicek.......... 1997-00 Tonya Tuckenhagen ....... 1995-98 Nicole VandenBos ..... 1996,98-00 Laura Wagner ............... 2008Betty Wey .................. 2001-03 Kristen Whipple ............ 2008-

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Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence 2007 Ashley Chandler Kelsey Hohol Becky Iwanicki Michelle Martinez Monica Morgan Laura Murphy Jessica Nei Nicole Rand Jami Rozell 2008 Candice D’Arcangeli Becky Iwanicki Laura Murphy Nicole Rand Quin Ryan Abbey Stratton Marissa Wolfgram

HONORS&AWARDS

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BISONRECORDS  Series Records by Conference Big Sky Eastern Washington Montana Northern Colorado Weber State

W-L-T 3-2-2 0-0-1 1-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-1

Mid-Continent IUPUI Southern Utah Valparaiso Western Illinois

W-L-T 2-3-2 1-1-0 0-0-1 1-1-0 0-1-1

Big Ten Iowa Minnesota Wisconsin

0-5-0 0-1-0 0-3-0 0-1-0

Mountain West UNLV New Mexico Air Force

0-3-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

Big 12 Iowa State Nebraska

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

Southwestern Grambling State

2-0-0 2-0-0

Big West UC Irvine UC Riverside

0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

Horizon League Butler Green Bay

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

Independents UC Davis IPFW New Jersey Tech Northern Colorado Seattle South Dakota St. Utah Valley

7-4-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 2-0-0

The Summit League Centenary IUPUI IPFW Oakland Oral Roberts Southern Utah South Dakota St. Western Illinois

5-9-2 2-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-1 0-2-0 0-1-1 1-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-0

Sun Belt Troy

1-0-0 1-0-0

Missouri Valley Creighton Drake Illinois State Northern Iowa

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

United Soccer Howard IPFW South Carolina St. South Dakota St. Utah Valley

6-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0

WAC Idaho

0-1-0 0-1-0

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Coaching Records

Coach Gordon Henderson Matt Townsend Pete Cuadrado

Years 3 5 6

First 1995 1998 2003

Last 1997 2002 --

W 27 55 56

Overall L 24 32 45

T 0 6 8

Pct. .529 .624 .550

Conf. Titles 0 0 0

NCAA Berths 0 1 0

Year-By-Year Records

North Central Conference Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Coach Henderson Henderson Henderson Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Cuadrado

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

Division I Independent Year 2004 2005

Coach Cuadrado Cuadrado

Home 0-0-0 7-0-0

United Soccer Conference Year 2006

Coach Cuadrado

Home 4-1-1

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

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

Overall 6-8-0 14-5-0 7-11-0 11-5-1 14-3-2 11-7-1 10-9-0 9-8-2 11-3-2

Pct. .429 .737 .389 .676 .789 .605 .526 .526 .750

Conf. — 2-1-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 4-1-1 6-3-1 5-4-0 3-5-0 3-3-1

Place — 2nd 4th T-1st 2nd 4th T-4th 6th T-4th

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

Overall 5-11-1 11-5-1

Pct. .324 .676

Conf. — —

Place — —

Away 4-4-0

Overall 13-7-1

Pct. .643

Conf. Place 3-0-0 1st-West

Neutral 5-2-0

The Summit League Year 2007 2008 Totals

Coach Cuadrado Cuadrado 14 seasons

Home Away Neutral Overall Pct. 8-2-0 2-3-1 1-2-0 11-7-1 .605 3-4-0 2-7-1 0-1-1 5-12-2 .315 69-23-4 46-57-7 19-16-3 138-101-14 .573

Conf. 3-4-1 2-5-1 33-30-5

Place 5th 7th

NCAA — — — — 1st Rd. — — — —

NCAA — —

Series Records by Opponent

Opponent

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W-L-T

Air Force ........................ 0-1-0 Augustana (S.D.) ............... 3-1-0 Austin Peay ..................... 1-0-0 Baylor ........................... 0-0-0 Bemidji State ................... 5-0-0 Boise State ..................... 0-0-0 Butler ............................ 1-0-0 UC Davis ......................... 0-1-0 UC Irvine ........................ 0-1-0 UC Riverside .................... 0-1-0 Cal State Hayward ............. 0-1-0 Carroll (Mont.) ................. 1-0-0 Centenary ...................... 2-0-0 Central Missouri State ......... 2-4-0 Concordia Moorhead ........... 2-1-0 Creighton ....................... 1-3-0 Drake ............................ 1-2-0 Drury (Mo.) ...................... 1-1-0 Eastern Illinois .................. 0-1-0 Eastern Washington ............ 0-0-1 Grambling State ................ 2-0-0 Howard .......................... 1-0-0 Idaho ............................. 0-1-0 Illinois State .................... 0-1-0 IPFW ............................. 3-1-1 IUPUI ............................. 2-2-0 Indianapolis ..................... 1-1-0 Iowa .............................. 0-1-0 Iowa State ....................... 0-3-0 Jamestown ...................... 8-0-0 Lamar ............................ 0-0-0 Lewis (Ill.)....................... 1-0-0 Mary (N.D.) ..................... 8-0-0 Mesa State ...................... 0-2-0

First Met 2007 2000 2008 2009 1996 2009 2004 2004 2005 2005 2004 2004 2007 1996 1995 2004 2004 1996 1996 2008 2005 2006 2007 2006 2004 2004 1997 2008 1996 1996 2009 1999 1995 1997

Last Met 2007 2003 2008 2007 2004 2004 2005 2005 2004 2004 2008 2003 1998 2008 2006 2004 1996 2008 2006 2006 2007 2006 2008 2008 1999 2008 2008 2003 1999 2008 1998

Opponent

W-L-T

Metro State ..................... 0-1-0 Minnesota ....................... 0-3-0 Minnesota-Crookston .......... 1-0-0 Minnesota-Duluth .............. 2-4-2 Minnesota-Morris ............... 2-0-0 Minn. State Mankato ........... 2-7-2 Minn. State Moorhead ........ 10-1-0 Missouri-Kansas City .......... 0-0-0 Missouri-Rolla ................... 1-0-0 Missouri Southern State ....... 1-1-0 Missouri-St. Louis .............. 0-1-0 Montana ......................... 1-1-0 Montana State-Billings ........ 3-1-0 Morningside ..................... 2-0-0 Murray State .................... 1-0-0 National American (S.D.) ..... 1-0-0 Nebraska ........................ 0-1-0 Nebraska-Omaha ............... 2-3-0 UNLV ............................. 0-1-0 New Jersey Tech ............... 2-0-0 New Mexico ..................... 0-1-0 North Dakota ................... 2-3-0 Northern Colorado ............. 4-7-0 Northern Iowa .................. 4-1-0 Northern Kentucky ............. 0-1-0 Northern State ................. 1-0-1 Northwest Missouri State ..... 1-0-0 Oakland (Mich.)................ 0-2-0 Oral Roberts .................... 0-1-1 Portland State ................. 0-0-0 Quincy (Ill.) ..................... 1-1-0 Rockhurst ........................ 1-2-0 Rocky Mountain................. 2-0-0 St. Cloud State ................. 7-3-0

First Met 1996 2004 2001 1995 1998 1995 1995 2009 2002 2002 1997 2005 1997 2000 2008 1999 2008 1999 2006 2006 2007 1999 1996 2004 1999 2002 2000 2007 2007 2009 1997 1999 1999 1995

Last Met 1996 2008 2001 2003 1999 2006 2003 2002 2003 1997 2006 2002 2001 2008 1999 2008 2003 2006 2007 2007 2003 2007 2008 1999 2003 2000 2008 2008 1999 2002 2001 2003

Opponent

W-L-T

St. Joseph’s (Ind.) ............. 0-3-0 St. Scholastica (Minn.) ........ 0-1-0 Seattle ........................... 0-1-0 Si Tanka-Huron ................. 0-0-1 Sonoma State ................... 0-1-0 South Carolina State........... 1-0-0 South Dakota ................... 5-0-0 South Dakota State ........... 5-4-1 Southern Utah ................. 1-1-1 SW Minnesota State ............ 4-0-0 Troy .............................. 1-0-0 Truman State ................... 0-5-0 Utah Valley ...................... 3-0-0 Valparaiso ....................... 1-1-0 Wayne (Neb.) State ............ 1-0-0 Weber State..................... 0-1-1 West Virginia Wesleyan ....... 1-0-0 Western Illinois ................ 0-3-1 Wheeling Jesuit ................ 1-0-0 Winona State ................... 8-1-1 Wisconsin ....................... 0-1-0 Wisconsin-Green Bay ......... 2-1-0 Wisconsin-Parkside............. 2-0-0 Wisconsin-River Falls .......... 1-0-0 Wisconsin-Superior............. 1-0-0

Total (14 seasons) ..... 138-101-14 Scheduled 2009 opponents in bold

First Met 1997 1995 2008 1998 1997 2006 1999 2000 2005 1996 2005 1997 2005 2004 2002 2005 2003 2004 2003 1995 2004 2004 1997 1999 1995

Last Met 1999 1995 2008 1998 1997 2006 2003 2008 2008 1998 2005 2002 2007 2005 2002 2006 2003 2008 2003 2003 2004 2007 1998 1999 1995


BISONRECORDS  Team Records

Individual Records

POINTS Game: 10, Nicole VandenBos, Rocky Mountain, 10/17/1999 Season: 37, Nicole VandenBos, 1999 Career: 122, Nicole VandenBos, 1996-00 POINTS PER GAME Season: 1.95, Nicole VandenBos, 1999 Career: 1.67, Nicole VandenBos, 1996-00 GOALS Game: 5, Nicole VandenBos, Rocky Mountain, 10/17/1999 Season: 15, Nicole VandenBos, 1999 Career: 50, Nicole VandenBos, 1996-00 GOALS PER GAME Season: 0.79, Nicole VandenBos, 1999 Career: 0.68, Nicole VandenBos, 1996-00 GAME-WINNING GOALS Season: 6, Olivia Cole, 2001 Career: 14, Nicole VandenBos, 1996-00 ASSISTS Game: 5, Jessica Bowar, Bemidji State, 9/8/1996 Season: 15, Jessica Rodgers, 2003 Career: 28, Renee Hawkins, 1996-00 ASSISTS PER GAME Season: 0.94, Jessica Rodgers, 2003 Career: 0.38, Renee Hawkins, 1996-00 SHOTS Game: 12, Jessica Rodgers, at South Dakota State, 10/12/2003 12, Lisa Leach, Mary, 8/27/2000 12, Nicole VandenBos, Wisconsin-River Falls, 8/28/1999 Season: 93, Jessica Rodgers, 2003 Career: 288, Lisa Leach, 1997-00

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season: 0.49, Tara Sweeney, 1999 Career: 0.84, Karli Kopietz, 2005

POINTS Game: 42, Bemidji State, 10/12/1997 Season: 181, in 1999

MOST WINS Season: 14, Margaret Palo (14-5-0), 1996 Career: 28, Kelly Tierney (28-21-3), 1999-02

GOALS Game: 14, Bemidji State, 10/12/1997 Season: 60, in 1999

MOST LOSSES Season: 12, Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2), 2008 Career: 21, Kelly Tierney (28-21-3), 1999-02

ASSISTS Game: 16, Bemidji State, 9/8/1996 Season: 65, in 1996

MOST TIES Season: 2, Kelly Tierney (8-8-2), 2002 2, Tara Sweeney (7-1-2), 1999 2, Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2), 2008 Career: 3, Kelly Tierney (28-21-3), 1999-02

SHOTS Game: 53, Rocky Mountain, 10/17/1999 Season: 434, in 1999

MOST SHUTOUTS Season: 8, Monica Morgan, 2006 8, Karli Kopietz, 2005 8, Margaret Palo, 1996 Career: 19, Kelly Tierney, 1999-02

SAVES Game: 18, at Minnesota-Duluth, 9/10/1995 Season: 132, in 1995

GAMES PLAYED Season: 21, Patty Romeo, Ashley Chandler, Sarah Panzer, Michelle Martinez, Lorraine Thompson, Monica Morgan, Kelsey Hohol, Jestina Orlando, 2006 Career: 76, Amy Masterson, 1999-02

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season: 0.56, in 1999

GAMES STARTED Season: 21, Jestina Orlando, Sarah Panzer, Patty Romeo, Kelsey Hohol, Ashley Chandler, 2006 Career: 74, Renee Hawkins, 1996-00

SAVE PERCENTAGE Season: .910, in 1999

MOST WINS Season: 14, in 1996, 1999 MOST LOSSES Season: 12, in 2008 MOST TIES Season: 2, in 2008, 2003, 2002, 1999 MOST SHUTOUTS Season: 10, in 2006, 2005, 2000, 1999

SHOTS PER GAME Season: 5.81, Jessica Rodgers, 2003 Career: 3.95, Lisa Leach, 1997-00

Miscellaneous

Most Games Played: 21, in 2006 Highest Winning Percentage: .789, in 1999 Lowest Winning Percentage: .316, in 2008 Best Turnaround: .324 in 2004 to .676 in 2005

SHOTS ON GOAL (since 2000) Season: 55, Jessica Rodgers, 2003 Career: 115, Jessica Rodgers, 2002-05

Consecutive Shutouts: 5, in 1999 Winning Streak (one year): 6, in 1996, 2003 Winning Streak (overall): 7, from 1995-1996 Unbeaten Streak (one year): 9, in 1999, 2003 Unbeaten Streak (overall): 10 from 2002-2003 Losing Streak (one year): 6, in 1997 Losing Streak (overall): 6, in 1997

SHOTS ON GOAL PER GAME (since 2000) Season: 3.44, Jessica Rodgers, 2003 Career: 1.69, Jessica Rodgers, 2002-05 PENALTY KICKS MADE Season: 2, Jamie Graden, 2002, 2003 Career: 5, Jamie Graden, 2001-03

Most Overtime Games: 5, in 2004, 2007 Record in Overtime Games: 8-13-13

PENALTY KICK ATTEMPTS Season: 3, Jamie Graden, 2003 Career: 6, Jamie Graden, 2001-03

SAVES PER GAME Season: 5.88, Karli Kopietz, 2005 Career: 4.82, Kelly Tierney, 1999-02  Nicole VandenBos, a forward in 1996 and from 19982000, holds all of North Dakota State’s game, season and career records for goals scored and total points. Monica Morgan (above) is tied for the season record in shutouts.

Fastest Goal, NDSU: 0:39, Lisa Leach, at Minnesota State Mankato, 10/18/1997 Fastest Goal, Opponent: 0:19, Kerry Nistler, at Concordia-Moorhead, 10/10/1995 Fastest Consecutive Goals, NDSU: 0:16, Jessica Parker and Brooke Hartman, at Jamestown, 11/1/2003 Fastest Consecutive Goals, Opponent: 0:11, Karissa Brown and Sarah Foote, Drake, 9/17/2006 Fastest Consecutive Goals, Both Teams: 0:29, Jessica Rodgers, at NDSU, and Lindsey Natwick, Bemidji State, 11/3/2002

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SAVES Game: 18, Renee Keller, at Minnesota-Duluth, 9/10/1995 Season: 111, Kalani Bertsch, 2008 Career: 265, Kelly Tierney, 1999-02

SAVE PERCENTAGE Season: .917, Tara Sweeney, 1999 Career: .877, Karli Kopietz, 2005

SHOTS ON GOAL Season: 238, in 2001

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BISONRECORDS  Individual Career Leaders Points

1. 122 2. 96 3. 74 4. 70 5. 69 6. 62 7. 61 8. 60 9. 54 10. 52

Goals

1. 2. 3. 4.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

50 35 30 26 26 25 22 21 20 17

Nicole VandenBos (50g 22a) ........ 1996-00 Lisa Leach (35g 26a) ................. 1997-00 Jessica Rodgers (26g 22a)........... 2002-05 Tonya Tuckenhagen (26g 18a) ...... 1995-98 Michelle Martinez (30g 9a) ......... 2004-07 Olivia Cole (25g 12a) ................ 2001-05 Carrie Fontana (21g 19a) ........... 1997-00 Renee Hawkins (16g 28a) ........... 1996-00 Caitlin Schultz (22g 10a) ............ 2000-03 Lorraine Thompson (20g 12a) .......2006Nicole VandenBos .................... 1996-00 Lisa Leach ............................. 1997-00 Michelle Martinez .................... 2004-07 Jessica Rodgers ....................... 2002-05 Tonya Tuckenhagen .................. 1995-98 Olivia Cole ............................ 2001-05 Caitlin Schultz ........................ 2000-03 Carrie Fontana ....................... 1997-00 Lorraine Thompson ....................2006Carly Christensen .................... 2001-05

Game-winning goals

1. 2. 4. 5. 8.

14 9 9 8 7 7 7 5 5 5 5

Assists

1. 2. 3. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10.

28 26 22 22 19 19 18 17 16 15

Nicole VandenBos .................... 1996-00 Olivia Cole ............................ 2001-05 Lisa Leach ............................. 1997-00 Tonya Tuckenhagen .................. 1995-98 Carrie Fontana ....................... 1997-00 Michelle Martinez .................... 2004-07 Jessica Rodgers ....................... 2002-05 Carly Christensen .................... 2001-05 Lisa Isaacson .............................. 1996 Krista Swanson ....................... 1995-96 Lorraine Thompson ....................2006Renee Hawkins ....................... Lisa Leach ............................. Nicole VandenBos .................... Jessica Rodgers ....................... Carrie Fontana ....................... Amy Masterson ....................... Tonya Tuckenhagen .................. Dorsey Nelson ........................ Kelly Gilbertson ...................... Mandi Miller ...........................

Shots attempted

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

288 236 216 191 171 155 154 153 143 134

Lisa Leach (35 goals) ................ Nicole VandenBos (50 goals) ....... Jessica Rodgers (26 goals) .......... Tonya Tuckenhagen (26 goals) ..... Carrie Fontana (21 goals) ........... Carly Christensen (17 goals)........ Michelle Martinez (30 goals) ....... Olivia Cole (25 goals) ................ Amy Masterson (13 goals) ........... Kelly Gilbertson (12 goals) .........

1996-00 1997-00 1996-00 2002-05 1997-00 1999-02 1995-98 1997-98 1998-02 1999-00 1997-00 1996-00 2002-05 1995-98 1997-00 2001-05 2004-07 2001-05 1999-02 1998-02

Shots on goal

1. 115 2. 85 3. 83 4. 81 5. 61 6. 56 7. 49 8. 46 9. 42 10. 40

(since 2000) Jessica Rodgers (26 goals) .......... 2002-05 Carly Christensen (17 goals)........ 2001-05 Olivia Cole (25 goals) ................ 2001-05 Michelle Martinez (30 goals) ....... 2004-07 Caitlin Schultz (22 goals) ........... 2000-03 Lorraine Thompson (20 goals) .......2006Amy Masterson (13 goals) ........... 1999-02 Kelly Gilbertson (12 goals) ......... 1998-02 Jamie Graden (12 goals) ............ 2001-03 Nicole Rand (10 goals) .............. 2005-08

Penalty Kicks Made

1. 2.

4.

5 2 2 1 1

Saves

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

265 170 167 135 111 100 77 61 59 55

Jamie Graden ......................... 2001-03 Carly Christensen .................... 2001-05 Abbey Stratton .........................2007Lorraine Thompson ....................2006Olivia Cole ............................ 2001-05 Kelly Tierney (70 GA) ................ 1999-02 Monica Morgan (41 GA).............. 2006-07 Margaret Palo (57 GA) ............... 1996-97 Tara Sweeney (22 GA) ............... 1999-02 Kalani Bertsch (39 GA) ................2008Karli Kopietz (14 GA) .................... 2005 Renee Keller (9 GA) ...................... 1995 Patricia David (9 GA) ................ 1996-98 Danielle Ness (21 GA) ............... 1997-98 Kelly McCardle (18 GA) .................. 1995

Save percent (min. 1000 minutes)

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

.877 .860 .806 .791 .787 .746 .740 .738

Karli Kopietz (14 GA, 100 SV) .......... 2005 Tara Sweeney (22 GA, 135 SV) ..... 1999-02 Monica Morgan (41 GA, 170 SV) .... 2006-07 Kelly Tierney (70 GA, 265 SV) ...... 1999-02 Jessica Nei (13 GA, 48 SV) .......... 2003-07 Margaret Palo (57 GA, 167 SV) ..... 1996-97 Kalani Bertsch (39 GA, 111 SV) .....2008Danielle Ness (21 GA, 59 SV) ....... 1997-98

Goals against avg (min. 1000 minutes)

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

0.84 0.91 0.99 1.06 1.31 1.68 1.86 1.99

Karli Kopietz (14 GA, 1502 min) ....... 2005 Tara Sweeney (22 GA, 2166 min) .. 1999-02 Jessica Nei (13 GA, 1186 min) ..... 2003-07 Monica Morgan (41 GA, 3474 min) ... 2006-07 Kelly Tierney (70 GA, 4813 min) ... 1999-02 Margaret Palo (57 GA, 3060 min) .. 1996-97 Danielle Ness (21 GA, 1018 min) .. 1997-98 Kalani Bertsch (39 GA, 1762 min) ..2008-

Most wins

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

9. 10.

28 23 18 16 11 10 7 7 5 4

Kelly Tierney (28-21-3) .............. 1999-02 Monica Morgan (23-14-2)............ 2006-07 Margaret Palo (18-14-0) ............. 1996-97 Tara Sweeney (16-6-2) .............. 1999-02 Karli Kopietz (11-5-1) ................... 2005 Jessica Nei (10-1-1) .................. 2003-07 Danielle Ness (7-4-0) ................ 1997-98 Patricia David (7-3-1)................ 1996-98 Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2) ...............2008Renee Keller (4-3-0) ..................... 1995

 Amy Masterson played in 76 games from 1999-02, more than any other player at North Dakota State.

Most shutouts 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 10.

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4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

21 14 14 12 7 6 5 5 4 4

Kelly Tierney (28-21-3) .............. 1999-02 Monica Morgan (23-14-2)............ 2006-07 Margaret Palo (18-14-0) ............. 1996-97 Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2) ...............2008Katie Stombaugh (2-7-1) ................ 2004 Tara Sweeney (16-6-2) .............. 1999-02 Karli Kopietz (11-5-1) ................... 2005 Kelly McCardle (2-5-0) .................. 1995 Danielle Ness (7-4-0) ................ 1997-98 Kelli Reed (3-4-0) .................... 2001,04

Most ties

1. 2. 5.  Goalkeeper Kelly Tierney (1999-02) is NDSU’s leader in career saves and wins.

3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

Kelly Tierney (28-21-3) .............. 1999-02 Monica Morgan (23-14-2)............ 2006-07 Tara Sweeney (16-6-2) .............. 1999-02 Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2) ...............2008Daneen Bergquist (2-2-1) ............... 2003 Patricia David (7-3-1)................ 1996-98 Karli Kopietz (11-5-1) ................... 2005 Jessica Nei (10-1-1) .................. 2003-07 Katie Stombaugh (2-7-1) ................ 2004

Kelly Tierney .......................... 1999-02 Monica Morgan ....................... 2006-07 Tara Sweeney ......................... 1999-02 Margaret Palo ......................... 1996-97 Karli Kopietz .............................. 2005 Patricia David ......................... 1996-98 Jessica Nei ............................ 2003-07 Renee Keller .............................. 1995 Kalani Bertsch ..........................2008 Daneen Bergquist ........................ 2003 Kelli Reed ............................. 2001,04

Games played 1. 2. 5.

76 74 74 74 73 73 73 73 73 73

Amy Masterson ....................... Renee Hawkins ....................... Carly Christensen .................... Nicole Rand ........................... Jessica Bowar ......................... Ashley Chandler ...................... Kelsey Hohol .......................... Lisa Leach ............................. Michelle Martinez .................... Nicole VandenBos ....................

Games started 1. 2.

Most losses

1. 2.

19 13 10 10 8 4 4 3 3 1 1

6. 7. 9. 10.

74 73 73 73 73 72 71 71 67 65

Renee Hawkins ....................... Jessica Bowar ......................... Ashley Chandler ...................... Nicole VandenBos .................... Lisa Leach ............................. Carly Christensen .................... Kelsey Hohol .......................... Sarah Panzer .......................... Carrie Fontana ....................... Kelly Gilbertson ......................

1999-02 1996-00 2001-05 2005-08 1996-00 2003-07 2004-07 1997-00 2004-07 1996-00 1996-00 1996-00 2003-07 1996-00 1997-00 2001-05 2004-07 2003-06 1997-00 1998-02


Individual Single Season Leaders

 Karli Kopietz

Points 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9.

37 33 31 31 28 28 27 27 25 25

Goals 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9.

15 14 12 12 11 11 10 10 9 9

 Olivia Cole

4. 6.

6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Assists 1. 2. 3. 6.

15 13 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

Nicole VandenBos ...................... 1999 Nicole VandenBos ...................... 1996 Olivia Cole .............................. 2001 Nicole VandenBos ...................... 2000 Lisa Leach ............................... 1997 Olivia Cole .............................. 2002 Tonya Tuckenhagen .................... 1998 Michelle Martinez ...................... 2006 Mandi Miller ............................. 1999 Lisa Leach ............................... 2000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Olivia Cole .............................. 2001 Lisa Isaacson ............................ 1996 Nicole VandenBos ...................... 1996 Nicole VandenBos ...................... 1999 Lisa Leach ............................... 1998 Olivia Cole .............................. 2002 Michelle Martinez .............. 2005, 2007 Amy Masterson ......................... 2001 Jessica Rodgers ......................... 2003 Krista Swanson ......................... 1995 Lorraine Thompson .................. 2007 Jessica Rodgers ......................... 2003 Dorsey Nelson .......................... 1997 Renee Hawkins ......................... 1996 Tonya Tuckenhagen .................... 1996 Mandi Miller ............................. 1999 Amy Masterson ......................... 1999 Renee Hawkins ......................... 1999 Carly Christensen ...................... 2002 Carrie Fontana ......................... 1999 Lisa Leach ............................... 1999

10.

Jessica Rodgers (8 goals) ............. 2003 Lisa Leach (7 goals) .................... 1998 Mandi Miller (9 goals) ................. 1999 Lisa Leach (8 goals) .................... 1999 Lisa Leach (9 goals) .................... 2000 Nicole VandenBos (15 goals) ......... 1999 Lisa Leach (11 goals) .................. 1997 Jessica Rodgers (9 goals) ............. 2002 Nicole VandenBos (12 goals) ......... 2000 Carly Christensen (7 goals) ........... 2002

Shots on goal (Since 2000)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

55 42 38 37 34 29 28 27 26 26

Jessica Rodgers (8 goals) ............. 2003 Olivia Cole (12 goals) .................. 2001 Carly Christensen (5 goals) ........... 2001 Nicole VandenBos (12 goals) ......... 2000 Lisa Leach (9 goals) .................... 2000 Olivia Cole (11 goals) .................. 2002 Caitlin Schultz (7 goals) ............... 2001 Jessica Rodgers (9 goals) ............. 2002 Kelly Gilbertson (4 goals) ............. 2000 Amy Masterson (5 goals) .............. 2001

 Patty Romeo

Kalani Bertsch (39 GA) .............. 2008 Karli Kopietz (14 GA) .................. 2005 Kelly Tierney (39 GA) .................. 2002 Margaret Palo (25 GA) ................. 1996 Monica Morgan (21 GA)................ 2007 Monica Morgan (19 GA)................ 2006 Renee Keller (9 GA) .................... 1995 Kelly Tierney (18 GA) .................. 2001 Margaret Palo (32 GA) ................. 1997 Patricia David (9 GA) .................. 1998

Save percentage (min. 500 minutes) .917 .903 .895 .877 .871 .838 .837 .816 .812 .806

Tara Sweeney (5 GA, 55 SV) .......... 1999 Kelly Tierney (6 GA, 56 SV) ........... 1999 Renee Keller (9 GA, 77 SV) ........... 1995 Karli Kopietz (14 GA, 100 SV) ........ 2005 Patricia David (9 GA, 61 SV) .......... 1998 Daneen Bergquist (6 GA, 31 SV) ..... 2003 Kelly Tierney (7 GA, 36 SV) ........... 2000 Tara Sweeney (9 GA, 40 SV) .......... 2000 Monica Morgan (19 GA, 82 SV) ....... 2006 Kelly Tierney (18 GA, 75 SV) ......... 2001

Goals against avg (min. 500 minutes)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

0.49 0.63 0.68 0.84 0.87 0.96 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.12

Tara Sweeney (5 GA, 918 min) ....... 1999 Kelly Tierney (6 GA, 855 min) ........ 1999 Kelly Tierney (7 GA, 930 min) ........ 2000 Karli Kopietz (14 GA, 1502 min) ..... 2005 Patricia David (9 GA, 932 min) ....... 1998 Daneen Bergquist (6 GA, 563 min) .. 2003 Jessica Nei (10 GA, 920 min) ......... 2003 Monica Morgan (19 GA, 1732 min) ... 2006 Tara Sweeney (9 GA, 810 min) ....... 2000 Renee Keller (9 GA, 720 min) ........ 1995

Most wins 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

14 12 11 11 9 8 8 7 7 7

Margaret Palo (14-5-0) ................ 1996 Monica Morgan (12-7-1) ............... 2006 Karli Kopietz (11-5-1) ................. 2005 Monica Morgan (11-7-1) ............... 2007 Jessica Nei (9-1-1) ..................... 2003 Kelly Tierney (8-7-0) ................... 2001 Kelly Tierney (8-8-2) ................... 2002 Patricia David (7-3-1).................. 1998 Tara Sweeney (7-1-2) .................. 1999 Kelly Tierney (7-2-0) ................... 1999

Most losses

1. 2. 3. 4.

8.

12 9 8 7 7 7 7 5 5 5

 Kalani Bertsch

Most shutouts 1.

4. 5.

9.

8 8 8 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4

Karli Kopietz ............................ 2005 Monica Morgan ......................... 2006 Margaret Palo ........................... 1996 Kelly Tierney ............................ 2001 Monica Morgan ......................... 2007 Tara Sweeney ........................... 2000 Tara Sweeney ........................... 1999 Kelly Tierney ............................ 2000 Jessica Nei .............................. 2003 Kelly Tierney ............................ 1999 Kelly Tierney ............................ 2002

Games played 1.

9.

21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20

Patty Romeo ............................ 2006 Michelle Martinez ...................... 2006 Jestina Orlando ........................ 2006 Kelsey Hohol ............................ 2006 Lorraine Thompson .................... 2006 Sarah Panzer ............................ 2006 Ashley Chandler ........................ 2006 Monica Morgan ......................... 2006 Chelsea Body ........................... 2006 Erin Ellsworth ........................... 2006

Games started 1.

6. 7.

21 21 21 21 21 20 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

Kelsey Hohol ............................ 2006 Patty Romeo ............................ 2006 Jestina Orlando ........................ 2006 Sarah Panzer ............................ 2006 Ashley Chandler ........................ 2006 Becky Iwanicki .......................... 2006 Nicole Rand ............................. 2008 Marissa Wolfgram ...................... 2008 Megan Dean ............................. 2008 Kalani Bertsch .......................... 2008 Lorraine Thompson ............ 2007, 2008 Patty Romeo ............................ 2007 Michelle Martinez ...................... 2007 Abbey Stratton ......................... 2007 Ashley Chandler ........................ 2007 Kelsey Hohol ............................ 2007 Laura Murphy ........................... 2007 Monica Morgan ......................... 2007 Kelly Gilbertson ........................ 2000 Carly Christensen ...................... 2002 Carrie Fontana ......................... 2000 Kelly Gilbertson ........................ 2002

Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2) ............. 2008 Margaret Palo (4-9-0) .................. 1997 Kelly Tierney (8-8-2) ................... 2002 Monica Morgan (12-7-1) ............... 2006 Monica Morgan (11-7-1) ............... 2007 Kelly Tierney (8-7-0) ................... 2001 Katie Stombaugh (2-7-1) .............. 2004 Kelly McCardle (2-5-0) ................ 1995 Karli Kopietz (11-5-1) ................. 2005 Margaret Palo (14-5-0) ................ 1996

Most ties 1. 4.

2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Kalani Bertsch (5-12-2) ............. 2008 Kelly Tierney (8-8-2) ................... 2002 Tara Sweeney (7-1-2) .................. 1999 Daneen Bergquist (2-2-1) ............. 2003 Patricia David (7-3-1).................. 1998 Karli Kopietz (11-5-1) ................. 2005 Monica Morgan (12-7-1) ............... 2006 Monica Morgan (11-7-1) ............... 2007 Jessica Nei (9-1-1) ..................... 2003 Katie Stombaugh (2-7-1) .............. 2004 Kelly Tierney (5-4-1) ................... 2000

 Jessica Rodgers

 Kelsey Hohol

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93 79 77 73 70 66 66 64 64 63

Saves

1. 111 2. 100 3. 98 4. 94 5. 88 6. 82 7. 77 8. 75 9. 73 10. 61

Shots attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

 Margaret Palo

Nicole VandenBos (15g 7a) ........... 1999 Nicole VandenBos (14g 5a) ........... 1996 Jessica Rodgers (8g 15a) .............. 2003 Nicole VandenBos (12g 7a) ........... 2000 Olivia Cole (12g 4a) .................... 2001 Olivia Cole (11g 6a) .................... 2002 Lisa Leach (11g 5a) .................... 1997 Mandi Miller (9g 9a) ................... 1999 Lisa Leach (9g 7a)...................... 2000 Michelle Martinez (10g 5a) ........... 2006

Game-winning goals 1. 2.

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BISONRECORDS  Individual Single Game Leaders

Most points

Most points

1. 10 2. 8 8 8 8 8 7. 7 7 9. 6

Nicole VandenBos Jenny Decker Jessica Parker Merritt Davis Michelle Martinez Nicole VandenBos Lorraine Thompson Tonya Tuckenhagen 14 players, 19 times, Quin Ryan

Most goals 1. 2.

5.

5 4 4 4 3

Nicole VandenBos Jenny Decker Jessica Parker Merritt Davis 11 players, 15 times, Quin Ryan

Most assists 1. 2.

5 4 4 4. 3 3 3 3 3 3 10. 2

Jessica Bowar Jessica Rodgers Jessica Rodgers Lorraine Thompson Dorsey Nelson Dorsey Nelson Mandi Miller Renee Hawkins Tonya Tuckenhagen 29 players, 45 times, Candice D’Arcangeli

Rocky Mountain at Wisconsin-Superior at Jamestown Bemidji State vs Howard North Dakota vs Howard at Jamestown last by: New Jersey Tech

Rocky Mountain at Wisconsin-Superior at Jamestown Bemidji State last by: New Jersey Tech

Oct 17, 1999 Sep 3, 1995 Nov 1, 2003 Oct 12, 1997 Oct 29, 2006 Sep 23, 2000 Oct 29, 2006 Sep 4, 1998

Oct 17, 1999 Sep 3, 1995 Nov 1, 2003 Oct 12, 1997

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18 16 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Renee Keller Renee Keller Renee Keller Karli Kopietz Kelly McCardle Kelly Tierney Kelly Tierney Margaret Palo Patricia David Tara Sweeney

6. 8. 9. 10.

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

Bemidji State at Jamestown at Augustana (S.D.) Centenary Bemidji State Montana St.-Billings Rocky Mountain Jamestown SW Minnesota State last by: Centenary

Sep 8, 1996 Nov 1, 2003 Oct 11, 2003 Oct 12, 2008 Oct 12, 1997 Sep 28, 1997 Oct 17, 1999 Aug 30, 1996 Oct 6, 1996

1. 2. 3. 5.

Oct 12, 2008

Sep 10, 1995 Sep 2, 1995 Sep 9, 1995 Oct 8, 2005 Oct 15, 1995 Sep 27, 2002 Sep 29, 2001 Sep 28, 1996 Oct 2, 1998 Oct 2, 1999

Bemidji State Bemidji State vs Howard vs Jamestown Rocky Mountain SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State Montana St.-Billings at Minnesota-Morris North Dakota

14 12 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 8

Bemidji State vs Jamestown vs Howard Bemidji State Rocky Mountain SW Minnesota State Montana St.-Billings at Jamestown SW Minnesota State at Minnesota-Morris

Most assists

8.

at Minnesota-Duluth at Minnesota-Duluth at St. Scholastica at Southern Utah at St. Cloud State at Nebraska-Omaha at Minn. State Mankato Minn. State Mankato Huron Northern Colorado

42 38 33 31 31 27 27 25 24 23

Most goals  Jessica Bowar

Oct 14, 2007

Jessica Rodgers at South Dakota State Oct 12, 2003 Lisa Leach Mary Aug 27, 2000 Nicole VandenBos Wisconsin-River Falls Aug 28, 1999 Mandi Miller Rocky Mountain Oct 17, 1999 Amy Masterson at Augustana (S.D.) Oct 13, 2001 Jessica Rodgers at Augustana (S.D.) Oct 11, 2003 Mandi Miller at North Dakota Oct 23, 1999 7 players, 11 times, last by: Jessica Rodgers vs Missouri Southern St. Sep 20, 2003

Most saves

1. 2. 3. 4.

Oct 14, 2007

Most shots

1. 12 12 12 4. 11 5. 10 10 10 8. 9

Team Single Game Leaders

 Jessica Rodgers

16 14 11 11 9 9 9 8 8 8

Bemidji State Bemidji State SW Minnesota State a Mountain SW Minnesota State vs Howard North Dakota Augustana (S.D.) at Minnesota-Morris at New Jersey Tech

Most shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

8. 9. 10.

53 52 48 47 46 45 45 43 42 41

Rocky Mountain at Augustana (S.D.) Minnesota-Crookston Wisconsin-River Falls Bemidji State vs Montana St.-Billings Bemidji State vs Jamestown Jamestown Mary

Most saves 1. 2. 3. 4.  Renee Keller

 Nicole VandenBos

18 16 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

at Minnesota-Duluth at Minnesota-Duluth at St. Scholastica Huron Northern Colorado at Southern Utah at St. Cloud State Mary at Nebraska-Omaha Minn. State Mankato at Minn. State Mankato

Oct 12, 1997 Sep 8, 1996 Oct 29, 2006 Aug 25, 2001 Oct 17, 1999 Oct 6, 1996 Oct 17, 1998 Sep 28, 1997 Oct 16, 1999 Sep 23, 2000

Oct 12, 1997 Aug 25, 2001 Oct 29, 2006 Sep 8, 1996 Oct 17, 1999 Oct 17, 1998 Sep 28, 1997 Nov 1, 2003 Oct 6, 1996 Oct 16, 1999

Sep 8, 1996 Oct 12, 1997 Oct 6, 1996 Oct 17, 1999 Oct 17, 1998 Oct 29, 2006 Sep 23, 2000 Oct 14, 2000 Oct 16, 1999 Oct 30, 2006

Oct 17, 1999 Oct 13, 2001 Sep 9, 2001 Aug 28, 1999 Oct 12, 1997 Sep 5, 1998 Sep 8, 1996 Aug 25, 2001 Aug 29, 1999 Aug 27, 2000

Sep 10, 1995 Sep 2, 1995 Sep 9, 1995 Oct 2, 1998 Oct 2, 1999 Oct 8, 2005 Oct 15, 1995 Oct 28, 1995 Sep 27, 2002 Sep 28, 1996 Sep 29, 2001


BISONRECORDS  Team Single Season Leaders  Year-By-Year Statistics Most points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

9. 10.

181 (60g 61a) ................ 165 (50g 65a) ................ 151 (51g 49a) ................ 147 (51g 45a) ................ 138 (47g 44a) ................ 127 (46g 35a) ................ 124 (45g 34a) ................ 124 (45g 34a) ................ 123 (44g 35a) ................ 86 (30g 26a) .................

Most goals 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

60 .............................. 51 .............................. 51 .............................. 50 .............................. 47 .............................. 46 .............................. 45 .............................. 45 .............................. 44 .............................. 32 ..............................

Most assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

65 .............................. 61 .............................. 49 .............................. 45 .............................. 44 .............................. 35 .............................. 35 .............................. 34 .............................. 34 .............................. 26 ..............................

Most shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

434 396 388 386 381 332 321 319 295 287

(60 (51 (44 (45 (46 (45 (47 (51 (50 (30

goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................

Most shots on goal 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

238 215 179 171 160 134 123 113 106

(44 (51 (45 (46 (51 (30 (29 (32 (21

goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................ goals)................

Most saves

4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

132 (27 GA) .................. 111 (11 GA) .................. 111 (39 GA) .................. 107 (39 GA) .................. 107 (26 GA) .................. 103 (14 GA) .................. 99 (40 GA) .................... 94 (22 GA) .................... 94 (25 GA) .................... 92 (22 GA) ....................

1999 2000 2006 1996 1997 2002 1998 2003 2001 2005

1996 1999 2000 2006 1997 2001 2002 2003 1998 2007

1999 2000 2001 1998 2002 2003 1997 2006 1996 2007

Most wins 1.

3. 4.

9. 10.

14 (14-3-2) ................... 14 (14-5-0) ................... 13 (13-7-1) ................... 11 (11-5-1) ................... 11 (11-7-1) ................... 11 (11-3-2) ................... 11 (11-5-1) ................... 11 (11-7-1) ................... 10 (10-9-0) ................... 9 (9-8-2) ......................

Most losses 1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

10.

12 (5-12-2) ................... 11 (7-11-0) ................... 11 (5-11-1) ................... 9 (10-9-0)..................... 8 (6-8-0) ...................... 8 (9-8-2) ...................... 7 (11-7-1)..................... 7 (13-7-1)..................... 7 (11-7-1)..................... 5 (14-5-0)..................... 5 (11-5-1)..................... 5 (11-5-1).....................

Most ties 1.

4.

2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

(11-3-2)..................... (14-3-2)..................... (9-8-2) ...................... (5-12-2)..................... (11-5-1)..................... (11-7-1)..................... (5-11-1)..................... (11-5-1)..................... (13-7-1)..................... (11-7-1).....................

Most shutouts 1.

5. 6. 8. 10.

10 .............................. 10 .............................. 10 .............................. 10 .............................. 9 ............................... 7 ............................... 7 ............................... 6 ............................... 6 ............................... 5 ...............................

1999 1996 2006 1998 2000 2003 2005 2007 2001 2002

2008 1997 2004 2001 1995 2002 2000 2006 2007 1996 1998 2005

2003 1999 2002 2008 1998 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007

OFFENSE GP 1995 14 1996 19 1997 18 1998 17 1999 19 2000 19 2001 19 2002 19 2003 16 2004 17 2005 17 2006 21 2007 19 2008 19

GS 14 19 18 17 19 19 19 19 16 17 17 21 19 19

GOALKEEPING GP GS 1995 14 14 1996 19 19 1997 18 18 1998 17 17 1999 19 19 2000 19 19 2001 19 19 2002 19 19 2003 16 16 2004 17 17 2005 17 17 2006 21 21 2007 19 19 2008 19 19

G 19 50 47 45 60 51 44 46 45 21 32 51 30 29

A 19 65 44 34 61 49 35 35 34 15 19 45 26 21

Minutes 1290:00 1800:00 1632:00 1590:00 1773:00 1740:00 1710:00 1755:14 1482:50 1593:21 1563:11 1916:44 1774:11 1762:28

Pts 57 165 138 124 181 151 123 127 124 57 83 147 86 79

Shots Shot% 177 .107 295 .169 321 .146 386 .117 434 .138 396 .129 388 .113 381 .121 332 .136 182 .115 222 .144 319 .160 287 .105 234 .124

SOG 0 0 0 0 0 215 238 171 179 106 113 160 134 123

GA 27 25 40 22 11 16 26 39 16 31 14 22 22 39

GAA 1.88 1.25 2.21 1.25 0.56 0.83 1.37 2.00 0.97 1.75 0.81 1.03 1.12 1.99

W 6 14 7 11 14 11 10 9 11 5 11 13 11 5

Saves 132 94 99 94 111 76 107 107 67 81 103 92 90 111

SOG% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .543 .613 .449 .539 .582 .509 .502 .467 .526

L 8 5 11 5 3 7 9 8 3 11 5 7 7 12

T 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 2

GW 6 14 7 11 14 10 10 9 11 5 11 13 11 5

Sho 3 9 3 6 10 10 6 5 7 2 10 10 7 3

1999 2000 2005 2006 1996 2003 2007 1998 2001 2002

2001 2000 2003 2002 2006 2007 2008 2005 2004

1995 1999 2008 2002 2001 2005 1997 1998 1996 2006

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1999 1996 2000 2006 1997 2002 1998 2003 2001 2007

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BISONRECORDS  All-Time Results 1995

Coach: Gordon Henderson Record: 6-8-0 9/2 at Minnesota-Duluth 9/3 at Wisconsin-Superior 9/9 at St. Scholastica 9/10 at Minnesota-Duluth 9/20 at Minn. State Moorhead 9/30 St. Cloud State 10/1 at Mary 10/10 at Concordia-Moorhead 10/14 at Winona State (2OT) 10/15 at St. Cloud State 10/22 at Minn. State Mankato 10/25 Minn. State Moorhead 10/28 Mary 10/29 Winona State

L, 0-2 W, 7-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 W, 4-2 L, 0-6 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0

1996

Coach: Gordon Henderson Record: 14-5-0 NCC: 2-1-0 (2nd) 8/30 Jamestown W, 3-0 9/4 Minn. State Moorhead W, 3-2 9/8 Bemidji State W, 11-0 9/10 Concordia-Moorhead W, 1-0 9/13 $ at Iowa State L, 1-3 (2OT) 9/14 $ vs. Eastern Illinois L, 0-5 9/20 at Winona State W, 2-1 9/25 at Jamestown W, 3-1 9/28 *Minn. State Mankato W, 3-1 9/29 Winona State W, 3-2 (2OT) 10/2 *St. Cloud State W, 1-0 10/6 SW Minnesota State W, 8-0 10/11 *at Northern Colorado L, 0-2 10/12 at Metro State L, 0-4 10/18 vs. Drury L, 1-4 10/19 at Central Missouri St. W, 1-0 10/26 at SW Minnesota State W, 5-0 10/27 at Bemidji State W, 3-0 11/1 at Minn. State Moorhead W, 1-0 (2OT) $ Iowa State Classic (Ames, Iowa) * North Central Conference games

1997

Coach: Gordon Henderson Record: 7-11-0 NCC: 0-3-0 (4th) 8/29 Mesa State L, 0-4 8/31 Minn. State Moorhead W, 2-1 9/6 vs. Indianapolis L, 1-3 9/7 at St. Joseph’s L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/12 *$ Northern Colorado L, 2-3 9/14 $ Sonoma State L, 1-3 9/20 vs. Central Missouri St. L, 1-2 9/21 vs. Truman State L, 1-6 9/26 & Winona State W, 3-1 9/28 & Montana State-Billings W, 9-0 10/3 *at St. Cloud State L, 0-3 10/4 vs. Wisconsin-Parkside W, 3-2 10/12 Bemidji State W, 14-0 10/18 *at Minn. State Mankato L, 1-3 10/19 at SW Minnesota State W, 1-0 10/24 Jamestown W, 4-1 11/1 at Missouri-St. Louis L, 3-4 11/2 vs. Quincy L, 0-2 $ Bison Classic (Fargo, N.D.) & NDSU Invitational (Fargo, N.D.) * North Central Conference games

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Coach: Matt Townsend Record: 11-5-1 NCC: 2-1-0 (1st, tie) 9/4 at Jamestown W, 6-0 9/5 vs. Montana State-Billings W, 3-0 9/9 Concordia-Moorhead W, 3-0 9/12 Wisconsin-Parkside W, 2-0 9/13 St. Joseph’s L, 1-2 9/18 Minnesota-Duluth W, 3-1 9/20 at Minn. State Moorhead W, 3-1 9/26 at Winona State W, 2-0 10/2 Si Tanka-Huron T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/4 *St. Cloud State W, 2-1 10/10 *Minn. State Mankato L, 1-4 10/17 SW Minnesota State W, 9-1 10/18 Minnesota-Morris W, 5-0 10/24 vs. Central Missouri St. L, 0-5 10/25 at Truman State L, 0-1 (OT) 10/30 *at Northern Colorado W, 3-2 (OT) 10/31 at Mesa State L, 1-3 * North Central Conference games

1999

2002

2000

2003

Coach: Matt Townsend Record: 14-3-2 NCC: 4-1-1 (2nd) 8/28 $ Wisconsin-River Falls W, 4-1 8/29 $ Jamestown W, 7-0 9/4 at Rockhurst W, 2-0 9/5 vs. Quincy W, 2-0 9/11 *at Minn. State Mankato T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/12 vs. Indianapolis W, 1-0 9/17 *at St. Cloud State W, 2-1 9/18 vs. National American W, 4-2 9/25 *at South Dakota W, 4-1 10/2 *#8 Northern Colorado L, 0-1 (OT) 10/10 *Nebraska-Omaha W, 3-1 10/16 at Minnesota-Morris W, 8-0 10/17 Rocky Mountain W, 10-0 10/23 *at North Dakota W, 2-1 10/24 Minn. State Moorhead W, 6-0 10/30 at #22 St. Joseph’s L, 1-2 10/31 at Lewis W, 4-0 11/7 at Minnesota-Duluth T, 0-0 (2OT) 11/13 ^ at #7 Northern Kentucky L, 0-1 $ NDSU Classic (Fargo, N.D.) ^ NCAA Division II First Round (Wilder, Ky.) * North Central Conference games Coach: Matt Townsend Record: 11-7-1 NCC: 6-3-1 (3rd, tie) 8/26 $ Jamestown W, 4-0 8/27 $ Mary W, 6-0 9/2 vs. Rockhurst L, 0-2 9/3 vs. Central Missouri St. L, 0-1 9/9 Minnesota-Duluth L, 0-1 9/14 at Minn. State Moorhead W, 6-0 9/17 Winona State W, 1-0 9/23 *North Dakota W, 7-1 9/24 Truman State L, 0-1 9/30 *Minn. State Mankato L, 1-2 10/1 *St. Cloud State W, 3-0 10/7 *at Morningside W, 6-0 10/8 *at South Dakota W, 3-1 10/14 *Augustana (S.D.) W 7-0 10/15 *South Dakota State W, 6-0 10/20 *at Northern Colorado L, 0-5 10/22 *at Nebraska-Omaha L, 0-2 10/28 at NW Missouri State W, 1-0 11/4 ! vs. Minn. State Mankato T, 0-0 (2OT) $ FILA Dakota Cup (Fargo, N.D.) ! NCC Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) * North Central Conference games

2001

Coach: Matt Townsend Record: 10-9-0 NCC: 5-4-0 (4th, tie) 8/25 $ vs. Jamestown W, 12-0 8/26 $ at Mary W, 1-0 9/1 at Truman State L, 0-1 9/2 vs. Central Missouri St. L, 2-4 9/9 Minnesota-Crookston W, 5-0 9/12 Minn. State Moorhead W, 2-1 9/16 at Winona State L, 0-2 9/17 at Minnesota-Duluth L, 0-1 9/22 *at North Dakota L, 1-2 9/29 *at Minn. State Mankato L, 1-4 9/30 *at St. Cloud State W, 1-0 10/6 *Morningside W, 2-0 10/7 *South Dakota W, 4-1 10/13 *at Augustana (S.D.) W, 5-0 10/14 *at South Dakota State L, 1-2 10/20 *Northern Colorado L, 1-4 10/21 *Nebraska-Omaha W, 3-1 10/27 at Montana State-Billings L, 1-2 10/28 at Rocky Mountain W, 2-1 $ FILA Dakota Cup (Bismarck, N.D.) * North Central Conference games

Coach: Matt Townsend Record: 9-8-2 NCC: 3-5-0 (6th) 8/31 Rockhurst L, 2-3 9/1 Truman State L, 2-4 9/7 $ vs. Winona State T, 2-2 (2OT) 9/8 $ vs. Missouri-Rolla W, 3-1 9/14 & vs. Missouri Southern L, 3-4 9/15 & vs. Wayne (Neb.) State W, 4-0 9/18 at Minn. State Moorhead W, 6-1 9/21 at Northern State W, 2-0 9/27 *at Nebraska-Omaha L, 0-3 9/29 *at Northern Colorado L, 0-7 10/4 *at South Dakota State W, 3-0 10/6 *Minn. State Mankato L, 2-3 10/13 *North Dakota L, 2-4 10/18 Montana State-Billings W, 5-4 10/20 *at Augustana (S.D.) L, 0-1 10/25 *South Dakota W, 3-0 10/27 *St. Cloud State W, 4-1 11/2 Minnesota-Duluth T, 0-0 (2OT) 11/3 Bemidji State W, 4-1 $ Jackrabbit Invitational (Brookings, S.D.) & Nebraska-Omaha Invitational (Omaha, Neb.) * North Central Conference games Coach: Pete Cuadrado Record: 11-3-2 NCC: 3-3-1 (4th, tie) 8/30 $ vs. Central Missouri St. W, 3-0 9/6 Winona State W, 3-0 9/7 Northern State T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/10 Minn. State Moorhead W, 3-0 9/14 at Minnesota-Duluth W, 4-3 9/20 vs. Missouri Southern W, 4-0 9/26 at Wheeling Jesuit W, 3-1 9/28 vs. W. Virginia Wesleyan W, 1-0 10/4 *South Dakota W, 5-1 10/5 *Nebraska-Omaha L, 0-4 10/11 *at Augustana (S.D.) W, 4-1 10/12 *at South Dakota State T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/17 *at Minn. State Mankato L, 0-2 10/19 *St. Cloud State W, 4-0 10/25 *at North Dakota L, 1-2 (OT) 11/1 at Jamestown W, 8-0 $ Rockhurst Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) * North Central Conference match

2004

Coach: Pete Cuadrado Record: 5-11-1 8/27 at IPFW L, 1-2 (2OT) 8/29 at Wisconsin-Green Bay L, 0-3 9/3 at Western Illinois T, 3-3 (2OT) 9/5 at Drury W, 2-1 (OT) 9/10 at Wisconsin L, 0-3 9/12 at Northern Iowa W, 2-1 9/24 $ at Creighton L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/26 $ vs. South Dakota State W, 2-0 10/8 at Valparaiso L, 0-1 10/10 at IUPUI L, 1-2 10/11 at Butler W, 2-1 10/15 & vs. Carroll (Mont.) W, 2-0 10/17 & at Northern Colorado L, 1-2 (OT) 10/22 at Drake L, 1-3 10/24 at Minnesota L, 1-3 11/5 at UC Davis L, 1-2 11/7 at Cal State Hayward L, 1-2 $ Bluejay Classic (Omaha, Neb.) & Best Western Regency Classic (Greeley, Colo.)

2005

Coach: Pete Cuadrado Record: 11-5-1 8/26 $ vs. Troy W, 2-0 9/1 Mary W, 6-0 9/4 Northern Iowa W, 5-0 9/9 & vs. Drake W, 1-0 (OT) 9/11 & at Creighton L, 0-3 9/18 Wisconsin-Green Bay W, 2-0 9/23 % vs. Valparaiso W, 2-0 9/25 % vs. Grambling State W, 4-0 9/30 at UC Riverside L, 0-3 10/2 at UC Irvine L, 1-2 10/6 at Weber State L, 0-1 10/8 at Southern Utah T, 1-1 10/14 Northern Colorado W, 3-2 10/16 Montana W, 3-0 10/21 Utah Valley W, 1-0 10/23 South Dakota State W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/30 at Western Illinois L, 0-2 $ Tulane Tournament (New Orleans, La.) & Bluejay Classic (Omaha, Neb.) % Diadora Classic (Omaha, Neb.)

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Coach: Pete Cuadrado Record: 13-7-1 USC West: 3-0-0 (1st) 8/25 Mary W, 5-1 8/27 at Minnesota L, 0-2 9/3 Minn. State Mankato W, 6-0 9/8 $ IUPUI W, 3-1 9/10 $ Weber State T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/17 Drake L, 3-5 9/20 at Iowa State L, 0-2 9/22 & vs. UNLV L, 0-1 9/24 & vs. Grambling State W, 1-0 9/29 % at Montana L, 0-3 10/1 % vs. Northern Colorado W, 1-0 (OT) 10/4 * at South Dakota State W, 1-0 10/7 * at Utah Valley W, 2-1 10/15 * IPFW W, 1-0 10/20 at Illinois State L, 0-3 10/22 at Northern Iowa W, 4-2 10/29 # vs. Howard W, 12-0 10/30 at New Jersey Tech W, 7-0 11/2 ! vs. South Carolina State W, 4-0 11/3 ! vs. IPFW W, 1-0 11/5 ! vs. South Dakota State L, 0-1 $ Bison Invitational (Fargo, N.D.) & Creighton Bluejay Classic (Omaha, Neb.) % Montana Nike Cup (Missoula, Mont.) # at Newark, N.J. ! United Soccer Conference Tournament (Washington, D.C.) * United Soccer Conference West Division games

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Coach: Pete Cuadrado Record: 11-7-1 Summit League: 3-4-1 (5th) 9/1 Bemidji State W, 1-0 9/2 Northern Iowa W, 2-1 9/7 Mary W, 2-1 9/9 *Oakland L, 1-2 9/14 Creighton W, 3-2 9/16 at Wisconsin-Green Bay W, 1-0 9/21 $ vs. New Mexico L, 1-2 (OT) 9/23 $ vs. Idaho L, 0-1 9/28 & at Air Force L, 1-5 9/30 & vs. Northern Colorado W, 2-0 10/5 *IUPUI W, 3-1 10/7 *IPFW W, 3-0 10/12 Utah Valley W, 1-0 10/14 New Jersey Tech W, 3-1 10/18 *at South Dakota State L, 1-2 (2OT) 10/20 *Western Illinois L, 1-2 (2OT) 10/26 *at Oral Roberts T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/28 *at Centenary W, 3-0 11/3 *at Southern Utah L, 1-2 (OT) $ UTEP Border Shootout (El Paso, Texas) & Air Force Invitational (Colorado Springs, Colo.) * Summit League games

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Coach: Pete Cuadrado Record 5-12-2 Summit League: 2-5-1 (7th) 8/22 at Austin Peay W, 2-1 8/24 at Murray State W, 2-0 8/29 at Creighton L, 0-2 8/31 Minnesota L, 0-3 9/9 Mary W, 4-1 9/12 #vs. Iowa State L, 1-4 9/14 #vs. Eastern Washington T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/19 at Nebraska L, 0-3 9/21 at Northern Iowa L, 2-3 9/26 *at IPFW T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/28 *at IUPUI L, 0-1 10/3 *Southern Utah W, 2-0 10/5 at Iowa L, 0-3 10/10 *Oral Roberts L, 2-3 (2OT) 10/12 *Centenary W, 7-0 10/18 Seattle L, 2-3 10/20 *South Dakota State L, 0-2 10/26 *at Oakland L, 1-5 11/1 *at Western Illinois L, 2-3 # Jackrabbit Invitational (Brookings, S.D.) * Summit League games


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health sciences, material science and science, and engineering and mathematics educational programs. • NDSU will become one of the top 100 universities in the number of National Merit Scholars enrolled. “It is our responsibility to further the excellence of this institution. The people of NDSU are our greatest strength, the reason to be optimistic about continuing our transformational journey,” Chapman said to faculty, staff and students during his 2008 State of the University Address. “People are drawn to success. People are drawn to be part of something meaningful. You are our greatest asset and the enduring contribution of NDSU. You are carrying forward the best traditions of the best Land Grant institutions.” NDSU: yesterday and today The state’s first land-grant university was established as North Dakota Agricultural College on March 8, 1890, and organized for educational work on Oct. 15, 1890. President Horace E. Stockbridge and a five-member faculty welcomed the first class of 30 students as they took a winter agricultural course. Old Main, the campus’ landmark building, was com-

pleted in 1892. Renamed in 1960 as North Dakota State University of Agriculture and Applied Science, the institution educates students for a multitude of career opportunities. The university is comprised of the College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources; College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Business; College of Engineering and Architecture; College of Human Development and Education; College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences; College of Science and Mathematics; College of University Studies; and College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies. NDSU now offers 44 doctoral programs, 59 master’s programs, an educational specialist degree and eight certificate programs. Students work closely with NDSU’s chemists, engineers, architects, musicians, pharmacists, writers and other respected faculty who frequently are on the leading edge of research in their chosen areas. As of fall 2008, the university had 740 members of its instructional faculty, including 523 who have achieved the highest degrees in their fields.

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orth Dakota State University is a “place of impact” and an institution with both success and momentum, according to President Joseph A. Chapman. With growth to more than 13,200 students and annual research expenditures topping $100 million, NDSU has enjoyed a remarkable period of achievement. Shortly after Chapman’s arrival on campus in 1999, he challenged each college and department to advance to the next level. The results have led to increased educational programs, greater research opportunities and a growing, prospering university. During this extraordinary decade, Chapman said NDSU’s growth has meant an additional $1 billion to the state’s economy. There also has been tremendous growth in facilities in recent years, and two downtown Fargo buildings have joined the NDSU community. The former Pioneer Mutual Building is now Richard H. Barry Hall, has been converted into offices and classrooms for the College of Business and the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics. The former Lincoln National Life Building has become Klai Hall, and has been renovated into studio space for the Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. “We are part of a tradition of high quality education, cutting edge research and meaningful service to the people of North Dakota, the nation and the world,” he said during his 2008 State of the University Address, noting the Land Grant ideal mandates preparation for society’s changes and NDSU is preparing students for and assisting business with the global marketplace. The state, nation and world can expect more in the years to come. NDSU has used these five themes in its transformation: “It’s About People,” “Students are Paramount,” “Programs,” “Leveraging Support” and “Stature.” Now, Chapman said three qualitative principles are being added: “Inclusive,” “Responsive” and “Excellent.” Looking to the future, President Chapman has outlined several goals. They include: • NDSU will further raise the caliber of its research enterprise. • NDSU will be among the top 15 computer centers in the world, with computing power approaching 100 teraflops. A teraflop is a computing speed equal to one trillion floating-point operations per second. • NDSU will continue to be one of the leading agricultural research programs in the world. • NDSU will make advancements in the arts, humanities,

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NDSU AT A GLANCE The NDSU’s primary academic campus includes 42 square blocks and 102 university buildings, 11 non-NDSU buildings, nine leased buildings and seven leased spaces, with building, personal and outdoor property insured for a total value of $834 million. In all, NDSU is located on 18,746 acres of North Dakota land, which includes the main Agricultural Experiment Station at Fargo. There are 268 Agricultural Experiment Station buildings and storage facilities at the main station and eight research extension centers across the state, and 18,488 acres dedicated to agricultural research. Dedicated to outreach efforts, the NDSU Extension Service conducts a rigorous education program in agriculture, human development, nutrition and youth and community development through its county, area and state staff. During the fiscal year ending September 2008, the Extension Service’s ambitious 4-H Club activities, day camp and after school programs involved more than 27,170 face-to-face contacts with North Dakota young people. A total of 7,086 youth are active in organized 4-H Clubs. During the same period, the Extension Service had 536,614 faceto-face contacts with adult learners across the state. Members of NCAA Division I, the talented Bison athletic teams have enjoyed a long tradition of excellence. The student-athletes compete in firstclass facilities—the Fargodome, Newman Outdoor Field, Ellig Sports Complex and Bison Sports Arena.

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The NDSU student body is a talented, dedicated and enthusiastic blend of international and ethnic backgrounds. During the fall of 2008, undergraduate and graduate students came from all 53 North Dakota counties, 46 other states and the District of Columbia. The university currently has more than 960 international students from 81 countries. NDSU has bilateral student exchange agreements with institutions in Australia, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Korea, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. There also are memorandums of understanding with other countries such as Belize, China, Malaysia and Thailand. President Chapman lists international

programs as an institutional priority, and he is personally spreading the word about NDSU through recent travels to countries such as India, Sri Lanka, Korea and Uganda. NDSU students find it is easy to make friends and get involved with campus life. They can participate in more than 200 student organizations to develop personal and social relationships, explore new ideas, learn about people from around the world and augment their coursework. The groups focus on academics, special interests, service, performing and visual arts, religion and recreation. There also are intercultural groups, honor societies, fraternities and sororities.

Fargo: a great place to live, work and study

The home of NDSU, Fargo is a bustling metropolitan area that is often listed as one of the best places to live in the country. Named an All-American City by the National Civic League in 2000, Fargo-Moorhead is the largest community between Minneapolis and Seattle. About 187,000 people make their home in Cass and Clay Counties. Accolades for the community come from a variety of sources. For instance, Forbes.com listed NDSU and Fargo as number five in an article called “Top College Towns for Jobs.” The research used U.S. metropolitan statistical area data and examined job growth using data from Moody’s Economy.com. A report from the American Lung Association names Fargo-Moorhead as the best city for ozone pollution, short-term particle pollution and long-term particle pollution. Fargo-Moorhead has topped a list of 72 areas studied by Earth Day Network and ranked for environmental health. Researchers looked at more than 200 indicators, with Fargo the best in air quality, drinking and surface water, and toxins and waste. In addition, the Fargo-Moorhead community ranked number 15 on the “Best U.S. Cities for Job Growth” published on NewGeography.com.

A campus committed to the future

Advances have come and continue on many fronts across the university, and the people of NDSU are optimistically looking to the challenges and opportunities of the future. The university has transformed, moved to the next level and its stature has increased among the nation’s landgrant universities. “NDSU has become the clear first choice of students seeking a higher education in North Dakota. We have seen steady enrollment growth for the last 10 years. This will continue for the foreseeable future,” President Chapman said. “We have success. We have momentum.”

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oseph A. Chapman has led North Dakota State University since June 1999, and under his energetic and visionary leadership, the university has transformed in a number of important measures. Student enrollment has grown each year of his tenure. Undergraduate students from around the region, the nation and the world have made NDSU their institution of choice. The university also added numerous master’s programs, and the number of doctoral program offerings has more than doubled since 1999. Chapman also has energized the university’s research efforts, broadening the portfolio from less than $50 million in research expenditures to more than $100 million for the past several years. This is an important and recognized indicator of the caliber of work conducted. In fact, NDSU is listed in the top 100 research universities in the country in several National Science Foundation categories, and when ranked by research and development expenditures among 537 research universities without a medical school, NDSU is 41st in the National Science Foundation report. He sought partnerships from the private sector to enable expansion of NDSU’s Research and Technology Park, a catalyst for innovation in science and technology. The NDSU park is considered a model for success by partnering with private sector companies to enhance the educational opportunities and economic activity in the state and region. Also under his guidance, the uni-

Dr. R. Craig Schnell Provost & VP for Academic Affairs

versity has transitioned to a Division I NCAA athletic program. The volleyball, men’s basketball and softball teams all were Summit League champions and competed in their postseason tournaments in 2008-09. On behalf of North Dakota State University, Chapman has traveled extensively in the state and around the world, to enhance the connections vital to a successful university. Each summer Chapman leads a tour to various locations in the state called Conversations Across the Land, to listen to citizens and share information about education and research at NDSU. Before coming to NDSU, Chapman was senior vice president and provost at Montana State University, Bozeman, where he also served as a professor of biology. Among his responsibilities were a wide array of statewide initiatives, including a system of academic and out-

Evie Myers VP for Diversity, Equity and Global Outreach

Keith D. Bjerke VP for University Rela�ons

Gene Taylor Director of Athle�cs

John C. Adams VP for Finance & Administra�on

Bonnie Neas Dr. Philip Boudjouk VP for Informa�on VP for Research, Technology Crea�ve Ac�vi�es & Technology Transfer

Jim Miller Rick Johnson Execu�ve Director, General Counsel Alumni Associa�on & Development Founda�on

Cathy Backer Execu�ve Assistant

Prakash C. Mathew VP for Student Affairs

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Dr. D.C. Coston VP for Agriculture & University Extension

reach programs at Montana’s two-year and four-year campuses. Prior to joining Montana State in 1996, he was dean of the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University. From 1969 to 1983, he worked at the University of Maryland, College Park, advancing to head the Appalachian Environmental Laboratory. He also was a wildlife biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from 1965 to 1967. Chapman earned his bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctorate from Oregon State University, Corvallis. He lists 11 books and editorships, eight monographs, 31 book chapters and symposia proceedings, 67 journal publications and more than 100 reports and popular articles. He is active in a number of organizations in the Fargo-Moorhead area, and is a member of the boards of directors of US Bank, Fargo/Cass County Economic Development Corp., NDSU Alumni Association and the NDSU Research and Technology Park. He also is a trustee of the NDSU Development Foundation. Chapman is a fellow of the Explorer’s Club and the Institute of Biology, London. He is a member of the Wildlife Society, American Society of Mammalogists and American Philatelic Society. He also is an honorary member of the Species Survival Commission, which has headquarters in Switzerland. In 2000, he was invited to join the Cosmos Club, a private social club founded in 1878 in Washington, D.C., and dedicated to science, literature and art. Joseph and Gale Chapman have two daughters, Valerie and Jennifer.

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NDSU AT A GLANCE Gene Taylor, Athletic Director

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When he came to North Dakota State University in the summer of 2001, Gene Taylor inherited a department surrounded by a whirlwind of questions. In his first year as the director of athletics at North Dakota State, Taylor was asked to spearhead a comprehensive study and evaluation of the Bison athletic department. He has guided the athletics program through the unpredictable waters of reclassification to NCAA Division I from Division II. One of most important pieces of the transition was securing conference affiliations for all 16 sports. The Bison are currently members of The Summit League, Missouri Valley Football Conference and Western Wrestling Conference. Taylor also played an instrumental part of forming the Great West Football Conference in February 2004, an affiliation that gave the Bison football program an immediate home in Division I. He served as chair of the coaches committee. Also on the reclassification checklist: fundraising. Taylor spearheaded an increase in the Bison athletics budget, which has more than doubled from $5 million in his first year to almost $12.5 million for the 2008-09 season. He was recognized for his success by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics in June 2008. Taylor was one of 29 recipients of the AstroTurf AD of the Year award as the Football Championship Subdivision Central Region winner. A student assistant to the associate athletic director in his undergraduate days at Arizona State University, Taylor came to NDSU after a 15-year stint at Navy (1986-2001) as an administrative assistant, assistant ticket manager, ticket manager, assistant athletic director for tickets and operations, and associate athletic director. Taylor is a 1980 business management graduate of Arizona State, and he received his master’s degree in sports administration in 1985 from St. Thomas University in Florida. He worked in the ticket office at Southern Methodist University in 1985-86 directly before joining the Naval Academy and was in the private restaurant business before that for five years. His tenure at Navy included serving as the commissioner of the five-team Collegiate Sprint Football League that includes Army, Navy, Penn, Princeton and Cornell. Taylor and his wife, Cathy, are the parents of a daughter, Casey, and a son, Jared.

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Kelli Layman Assistant Director of Athletic Academics

Dr. Denis “Izzy” Isrow Athletic Academic Mentor

Dr. Allan Fischer Athletic Academic Mentor

Dr. Deland J. Myers Faculty Athletics Representative

Lynn Dorn Director of Women’s Athletics

Don Larson Men’s Track/CC Coach

Erv Inniger Pat Simmers Senior Associate AD Senior Associate AD/ for Development Team Makers Executive Director

Tod Brown Baseball Coach

Billy Iverson Men’s Golf Coach

Jeremy Jorgenson Director of Sales & Broadcasting

Josh Hemingway Jim Kramer Director of Tickets, Director of Athletic Events, and Facility Performance Operations

Dr. Todd DeBates Team Dentist

Dr. Kevin Melicher Team Optometrist

Dr. Charles Peterson Team Pharmacist

Lyle Hokanson Jeney Anderson Athletic Equipment Athletic Equipment Assistant Assistant

Verona Winkler Spirit Coordinator


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Troy Goergen Associate AD for Marketing & Media Relations

Colleen Heimstead Associate AD for Compliance

Amy Ruley Associate AD for Development

Don Carlson Team Makers Development Officer

Craig Bohl Football Coach

Saul Phillips Men’s Basketball Coach

Bucky Maughan Wrestling Coach

Carolyn DeHoff Women’s Basketball Coach

Erich Hinterstocker Women’s Volleyball Coach

Pete Cuadrado Women’s Soccer Coach

Ryun Godfrey Women’s Track/CC Coach

Darren Mueller Softball Coach

Matt Johnson Women’s Golf Coach

Scott Woken Director of Sports Medicine

Jeff Schwartz Director of Athletic Media Relations

Brian Gordon Director of Equipment Operations

Dr. Bruce Piatt Team Physician

Dr. Craig Kuhlmann Team Physician

Dr. Steven Lantz Team Physician

Dr. Richard Rohla Team Physician

Dr. Stuart Topley Team Physician

Dr. Rob Schulte Team Chiropractor

Dr. Kent Yohe Team Chiropractor

Nikki German Associate Director of Sports Medicine

Jen Swenson Assistant Athletic Trainer

Bobby Knodel Assistant Athletic Trainer

Ryan Perreault Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations

Jenny Beam Athletic Media Relations Assistant

Stephon Thomas Assistant Director of Marketing/ Promotions

Jason Miller Associate Director of Athletic Performance

Adam Hermann Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Linda Gangelhoff Administrative Coordinator

Glenda Klein Administrative Assistant

Margie Trickle Athletic Program Assistant

Nancy Erickson Athletic Program Assistant

Helena Johnston Athletic Program Assistant

Melanie Torgerson Athletic Program Assistant

Kaye Ternes Administrative Account Tech

Bob Nelson Photographer

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Pat Fredrickson Associate AD for Business Operations

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NDSU AT A GLANCE World-Class Facilities Spotlight Top-Flight Programs North Dakota State’s athletic facilities are among the best in the nation, and improvements are ongoing. The Fargodome completed multi-million dollar construction of football offices, meeting rooms, equipment rooms and athletic training space in 2006; plans are drawn for a $25 million renovation and expansion of the Bison Sports Arena; and the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse has seen almost $500,000 of upgrades including a new digital scoreboard, refinished wood floor, replacement windows and new chairback seating.  North Dakota State University calls the 18,700-seat Fargodome home for Bison football games. NDSU has also hosted a conference basketball tournament and a softball tournament at the Fargodome, and it has been the site of multiple NBA exhibition games.

 The Bison Sports Arena is the 5,830-seat venue for the NDSU basketball and wrestling teams, and it also seats 1,851 for indoor track and field. It was the site of five NCAA Division II wrestling championships, five women’s basketball championships, three indoor track and field championships, and one women’s volleyball championship.

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 The McCormick Wrestling Room in the Bison Sports Arena has two full-sized practice mats, strength and cardio training equipment, and video-equipped lounge and office space.

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 The Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse is the home court for NDSU volleyball. The 1,582-seat arena has been the site of many conference and NCAA playoff matches.


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 A crowd of 18,665 witnessed NDSU’s first Division I football game August 28, 2004, when the Bison shut out Valparaiso, 52-0. Crowds of more than 19,000 have packed the Fargodome for NDSU football on five occasions.

 The Bison baseball team plays at Newman Outdoor Field, an on-campus stadium with seating for 4,513 that is shared with the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the independent Northern League.

 The NDSU softball and soccer teams play home games at the Ellig Sports Complex.

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 Schlanser Track is a nine-lane, 400-meter Pro-Turf surface which hosted five conference track and field championships from 1997 to 2004. Bleacher seating for 3,500 is available for soccer and track and field.

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NDSU AT A GLANCE Student-Athlete Support The North Dakota State University athletic programs strive to provide personalized support for all student-athletes. The administrators, coaches and staff at NDSU have made a commitment to ensure that the needs of the student-athlete come first.

ACE: Academic Collegiate Enhancement Intercollegiate athletics, in cooperation with Orientation and Student Success, offers an academic enhancement program designed to assist all student-athletes. Tutors are on site and assist student-athletes by providing one-on-one or small group assistance. Each head coach has specific academic criteria for admission into the program. In cooperation with various services and units available for students at NDSU, the ACE program includes:

 The Gold Star Marching Band performs during the annual Homecoming parade. The band plays at all home football games and special events.

• Academic orientations • Helping student-athletes improve study skills for academic success • Identifying university resources to assist student-athletes • Coordinating structured study and tutorial programs • Monitoring semester and yearly academic progress

Sports Medicine Student-athletes at North Dakota State receive outstanding care for athletic-related injuries. The athletic training staff has fully-equipped facilities at the Bison Sports Arena, Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse, Fargodome and Newman Outdoor Field. Scott Woken, director of sports medicine, heads a staff of eight certified athletic trainers who attend all practices and competitions, home and away. Plus, several talented and skilled Fargo-Moorhead area medical specialists assist in the diagnosis and treatment of Bison student-athletes.

Residence Life Living on campus is an important part of the college experience. It’s a way to make new friends and join a variety of educational, cultural, social and recreational activities. National studies show students living on campus are more likely to persist in their education and earn higher GPAs than their off-campus peers. The Department of Residence Life offers a variety of options for on-campus living, from traditional men’s and women’s halls to four-bedroom apartments. The goal is to provide NDSU students a clean, safe, comfortable and affordable environment where academic success is encouraged and supported. On-campus living offers the opportunity to become part of a learning community.

Media Coverage

Strength and Conditioning

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North Dakota State takes a comprehensive approach to the physical development of the student-athlete. Strength training, speed development, plyometrics, agility and conditioning programs are based on the specific movements and physiological demands of each sport. Under the supervision of NDSU’s three full-time strength and conditioning coaches, Bison student-athletes follow year-round training programs that increase each student-athlete’s level of strength, power, speed, agility, conditioning and flexibility.

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The media spotlight shines on North Dakota State’s athletic teams from the opening of fall camps into the summer months. With four network television stations, three sports talk radio hosts, and the state’s largest daily newspaper all headquartered in Fargo, the Bison are continually a hot topic locally and in the region. Along with regular television news coverage on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX affiliates, the Bison receive expanded regional and national coverage of select regular-season games and championship events on ESPN, Fox Sports Net, CBS College Sports, and other regional carriers.

GoBison.com GoBison.com is the online home of North Dakota State University athletics. In 2004, NDSU partnered with JumpTV Sports to launch the most interactive Web site in the athletic department’s history. Beyond regular news releases, schedules, rosters, game recaps and statistics, fans can visit GoBison.com to watch live in-game stats of most home events, purchase tickets, buy photos and download graphics and ringtones for mobile handheld devices. Plus, with the All Access subscription plan, broadband Internet users can log on to watch live and on-demand video of many home contests and special events, as well as coaches shows and news conferences.

 The Bison Sports Arena houses a 9,000-square-foot weight training facility equipped with state-of-the-art machines and free weights.


North Dakota: The Peace Garden State

One trip to North Dakota and you’ll understand why it’s known as the friendliest and safest state to visit. In fact, from agricultural products to quality of life, North Dakota is often at the top of the charts.

 The International Peace Garden at Dunseith, N.D., is a 2,339-acre botanical garden commemorating peace between the United States and Canada along the world’s longest unfortified border. It blooms with more than 150,000 varieties of flowers and showcases the Peace Chapel. (Photos from ND Tourism Division)

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NDSU AT A GLANCE ranks ninth and produces 3 percent of the nation’s output. Quality of life in the heartland is rarely matched. In its annual crime survey, CQ Press has ranked North Dakota the safest state in the nation in 11 of the last 15 years. There’s a little bit of something for everyone in North Dakota. The state is home to a variety of cultures, including Scandinavian, Ukrainian, German, Germans from Russia, and Native American. North Dakota’s 17 state

 Wheat is big in North Dakota. Produc�on of this staple and other crops makes North Dakota one of the top agricultural areas in the world.

parks and recreation areas offer exciting opportunities while preserving the state’s natural and historic heritage. Hike in the Badlands as Roosevelt once did before he became our nation’s 26th president. Canoe the mighty Missouri River along Lewis and Clark’s trail as they did almost two centuries ago. Or catch record-breaking walleye on Lake Sakakawea. North Dakota’s invigorating winter days, plentiful snowfall and varied terrain have made it a winter playground. Activities such as snowmobiling, downhill and cross-country skiing, ice fishing, sledding and skating are favorite pastimes. —Information from the North Dakota Tourism Division

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iscover the spirt of North Dakota and unlock the fascinating stories from the state’s legendary past. The glow of the breathtaking Northern Lights shines brightly on the paths taken by historical legends George Armstrong Custer, Theodore Roosevelt, Sitting Bull, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and Sakakawea along with the state’s contemporary heroes, Lawrence Welk, Peggy Lee, Roger Maris, Phil Jackson, Virgil Hill, Rick Helling, Darin Erstad and Travis Hafner. From the settlers of the past to the farmers of the present, agriculture always has been and will continue to be the strength of North Dakota. The state is home to some of the richest soil in the world. North Dakota is a prime exporter of agricultural products, taking the trophy in production of several crops. North Dakota ranks first in the production of flaxseed, canola, durum wheat, all dry edible beans, all dry edible peas, spring wheat, honey, lentils, sunflowers, barley and oats. About 10 percent of North Dakota’s area, the band of rich soil 40 miles west of the Red River, is often called the “Breadbasket of the World.” Livestock production is second only to wheat in North Dakota’s agricultural economy. It is most important in western North Dakota where the land is less suited for grain crops. The main livestock are beef, dairy cattle and hogs. The importance of cattle ranching has been challenged in recent years by the development of North Dakota’s tremendous oil and coal reserves. Energy is the state’s thirdlargest industry. Since the late 1970s and the infamous Arab oil embargo, North Dakota has been in the forefront of the national effort to provide more oil and gas from domestic sources. North Dakota has one of the world’s largest deposits of lignite coal. Among coal-producing states, North Dakota

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NDSU AT A GLANCE Fargo-Moorhead: An All-American City

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lternately flooded by vast prehistoric seas and scraped flat by immense glaciers, this region eventually became America’s bread basket and the center of high-tech, 21st-century agribusiness. Less than 10,000 years ago, the area that is now Fargo-Moorhead was 200 feet below the surface of Lake Agassiz, a huge  Sellout crowds enjoy Northern League professional baseball at Newman Outdoor Field. inland sea formed at the edge of the ice can City by the National Civic League in Fargo-Moorhead was named the least age. Over centuries the waters receded, 2000, Fargo-Moorhead is the largest comstressful community in the nation by leaving 6 feet of rich, black soil that tomunity between Minneapolis and Seattle. Self magazine. Money magazine included day makes the Red River Valley one of the More than 175,000 people make their Fargo in a list of the top-10 best U.S. citworld’s most fertile farmlands, with Fargo home in Cass and Clay ies in which to start a business and Moorhead at its center. or get a job. counties. There seems to The Red River of the North separates be no end in sight to the In its 2004 ranking of the two cities and serves as the border persistent prosperity and “Best Performing Cities,” between North Dakota and Minnesota. growth of the twin cities the Milken Institute rated The city of Fargo was named for one of Fargo-Moorhead 20th in job on the Red. the owners of the Wells-Fargo Express creation and economic growth The community has Company, William G. Fargo. The city of recieved many accolades. among small metro areas in Moorhead was named after William G. the country. The sixth annual Moorhead, an HealthGrades Hospital Quality executive of the in America Study ranked North Northern Pacific Dakota best in the nation in Railway. quality of hospital health care. In fact, the Fargo-Moorhead made Northern Pacific the “Cleanest U.S. Cities for Railway had a proOzone Air Pollution” list, as found impact on reported by the American Lung both the economy Association’s State of the Air and population of the area. Originally settled by Scandinavian and European immigrants, Fargo and  The historic downtown Fargo Theatre, built in 1926 Moorhead became and fully restored in 1999, features independent films and concerts. boom towns with the arrival of the NP in 1871. Under the Homestead Act, settlers were given 160 acres in exchange for living on the land and farming part of it for at least five years. Suddenly, Fargo-Moorhead became a mecca for hopeful refugees  Downtown Fargo offers a variety of from the overcrowded East. entertainment and exquisite dining. The 21st century has brought multi-million dollar private The railroad brought a conand commercial re-development to the business stant stream of settlers seekdistrict, including the establishment of NDSU’s ing a new life on America’s downtown campus in three formerly vacant newest frontier. buildings. The home of NDSU, Fargo  Summertime tradition in Fargo includes “Rib is a bustling metropolitan area Fest,” a celebration of the best barbecue in the that is often listed as one of world. Thousands of people attend each year the best places to live in the to enjoy ribs, chicken, and live entertainment country. Named an All-Amerioutside the Fargodome.


NDSU AT A GLANCE Report in 2005. While agriculture is still prominent in the local economy, Fargo-Moorhead has also become an important focal point for other professions, including government, education, medicine, retailing and manufacturing. From simple to elegant, from fast food to haute cuisine, Fargo-Moorhead is a virtual smorgasbord of dining choices. With more than 275 restaurants, there’s no end to the culinary variety and stylehome cooking, barbecue, steaks, all-youcan-eat buffets, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Mexican, Greek and even “intergalactic.” The Fargo-Moorhead menu features locally-owned restaurants with hometown recipes, as well as nationally known franchise favorites. Fargo-Moorhead is also known for its shopping. In fact, people from three states and Canada are attracted here by the huge variety of well-stocked stores with convenient parking. Whether you prefer small, unique boutiques or large, climate controlled shopping malls, Fargo-

They’ve Been To Fargo... Fargo continues to be a popular stop for the most recognizable names in entertainment. At North Dakota State University, the Fargodome has hosted concerts by Cher, AC/DC, Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks, 50 Cent, Korn, Dixie Chicks, Shania Twain, George Strait, Aerosmith, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Van Halen, Blue Man Group, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Guns N’ Roses, Rolling Stones, Martina McBride, Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Joel and Elton John (pictured). In addition, the Fargodome is the site of monster truck shows, the Shrine circus, pro rodeo, Disney on Ice, broadway theater productions, and many other events, trade shows and conventions. Moorhead has it all—from native cultural items to agricultural commodities, to trendy high fashion. West Acres Regional Shopping Center features more than 125 specialty stores; Moorhead Center Mall is home to over 40 stores and businesses; and the EasTen Shopping Center area provides more than 30 shopping opportunities. Fargo-Moorhead also offers outstanding concerts, entertainment, activities and museums. The sprit of the early pioneers remains a treasured part of Fargo’s proud heritage. Building continues on our colorful past toward a very promising future.

 The Roger Maris Museum inside West Acres Mall traces the career of the legendary Fargo athlete who hit 61 home runs to break Babe Ruth’s single-season record in 1961.

 The Fargo Blues Festival plays annually on the outfield grass of Newman Outdoor Field, NDSU’s on-campus baseball stadium.  Rose Creek Golf Course is one of five public courses in Fargo.

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 Live horse and harness racing takes place at the North Dakota Horse Park west of NDSU’s main campus. The facility is home to the university’s equine studies program.

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NCAA COMPLIANCE

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orth Dakota State University’s athletics program is rich in tradition. Its storied history includes national, regional, and conference championships and champions. On top of these athletic achievements are numerous academic championships earned by our student-athletes. As we strive to continue the championship tradition of Bison Athletics, we must always seek the highest of ethical conduct. North Dakota State University is unconditionally committed to NCAA rules and regulations. As an NCAA member institution, we must be responsible for ensuring that everyone abides by those rules. There is no margin for unethical behavior.

ARE YOU A REPRESENTATIVE OF NDSU’S ATHLETICS INTERESTS? You are a representative of NDSU’s athletics interests, more commonly known as a “booster”, if you meet any of the following conditions:  You have been or are a member of any organization that promotes NDSU’s athletics program (e.g., NDSU Foundation, Team Makers).  You have made a financial contribution to the NDSU athletics department or its booster organization.  You have ever assisted in the recruitment of prospects for NDSU.  You have provided benefits (e.g. summer jobs or occasional family meals) to enrolled studentathletes.  You have arranged for or provided employment for enrolled student-athletes, or assisted in providing any benefit to enrolled student-athletes or their families.  You have ever, in any way, promoted the athletics program at NDSU. NOTE: Please remember that once you become a booster, you retain that identity indefinitely. WHO IS A PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETE?

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A prospective student-athlete, commonly known as a “prospect,” is any individual who has started classes for the 9th grade. In addition, student-athletes enrolled in preparatory school or two-year colleges are considered prospects. Ultimately, a student remains a prospect until enrollment at a four-year collegiate institution. It is possible for a younger student-athlete to be a prospect so it is a good idea to treat all athletes as prospects until they enroll.

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With your assistance and cooperation, we believe we can continue to represent the university with integrity, the highest of ethical standards, and the belief in doing what is right. Whether you are an alum, donor, booster, or friend of Bison Athletics, the university is grateful for your support. Together we can accomplish the common goal of ensuring a positive experience for all studentathletes. NDSU is subject to penalties for all violations committed by any alum, donor, booster or friend. Please contact the NDSU Compliance Office at (701) 231-5696 if you need a specific NCAA rule interpretation.

prospect’s ability from the prospect’s educational institution.  Providing a benefit to high school, prep school or community college coaches. NCAA RULES REGARDING THE INTERNET The internet is considered similar to e-mail, telephone calls, or general correspondence. Therefore, it should not be used by boosters to contact prospects, their families, or their coaches. Participation in “chat rooms” with prospects is strictly prohibited. NCAA RULES REGARDING BOOSTER INVOLVEMENT WITH PROSPECTS  You may not provide financial aid or benefit of any kind (e.g., clothing, special discounts, lodging, meals, transportation, tickets, loans of money) to prospects or their relatives.  You may not contact a prospective studentathlete to congratulate him/her on signing a National Letter of Intent to attend NDSU.  You may not provide transportation or arrange for payment of transportation costs for a prospect or his/her relatives or friends to visit campus.  You may not earmark funds nor pay for specific prospects to attend an NDSU summer camp.  You may not employ or arrange for employment of a prospect before the completion of his/her senior year. After graduation, a booster may employ a prospect as long as compensation is for work actually performed and at a rate commensurate with experience and the going rate.  You may not provide anything to a prospect or the prospect’s family or friends without prior approval from the Compliance Office.

WHO CAN RECRUIT FOR NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY?

NCAA RULES REGARDING BOOSTER INVOLVEMENT WITH ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETES

Only North Dakota State University coaches who successfully complete the annual NCAA Coaches Certificate Exam, which tests their knowledge of NCAA recruitment legislation, are permitted to be involved in the recruiting process. As a booster, you are specifically prohibited from:  Making any recruiting contacts with prospects or their relatives. This includes telephone calls, letters, e-mails, and facsimiles, along with any face-to-face contact either on or off campus.  Assisting NDSU coaches by picking up transcripts, films, or any other information pertaining to a

 You may not pay for or arrange for payment of room, board, or any type of transportation at any time for currently enrolled student-athletes, their relatives, or their friends.  You may not provide student-athletes with any sort of extra benefit, which refers to any special arrangement provided a student-athlete or his/her relatives or friends with the benefit unavailable to the general student population.  You may not provide student-athletes with any special discounts, payment arrangements (e.g., cosigning a loan), credits on a purchase (e.g.,

airline ticket, clothing), or services (e.g., dry cleaning, transportation).  You may not allow student-athletes to use your telephone or make free calls.  You may not provide awards or gifts to studentathletes for any reason. This also prohibits honorariums for speaking engagements. All awards to student-athletes must meet all NCAA legislation and be approved by the Compliance Office.  You may not entertain student-athletes or their families and friends. You may not even buy them a cup of coffee or a can of soda. The only exception to this is that you may, on an occasional basis, provide a student-athlete or team (not family members or friends) with a meal. The meal can be catered, but it must be in your home.  You may not use the name or picture of a student-athlete to advertise a commercial product.  You may not purchase complimentary admissions from a current student-athlete.  You may not provide an honorarium to a student-athlete for speaking engagement. NOTE: These rules apply throughout the studentathlete’s entire enrollment at NDSU. WHAT CAN YOU DO?  Forward information about prospects to the appropriate NDSU coaching staff member.  View a prospect’s athletics contest on your own initiative, provided you do not contact the prospect or his/her relatives, coach, principal, or counselor in an attempt to evaluate the academic or athletic abilities of the prospect. You are responsible for all incurred costs or fees at a contest.  Speak to a prospect on the telephone ONLY if the prospect initiates the call. You are not permitted to have a recruiting conversation, but you may exhibit normal civility. Under such circumstances, you must refer questions about the athletics program to the athletics department staff.  Employ a prospect or student-athlete, provided permission has been granted by the athletics department. The student-athlete will ask you to provide employment information to the athletics department prior to employment.


AUGUST 16 AUGUSTANA (Exb.) 21 DRAKE 28 at Baylor 30 vs. Lamar SEPTEMBER 1 CREIGHTON 6 at Minnesota 11 at Wisconsin 13 at Wisconsin-Green Bay 18 at Boise State 20 vs. Portland State 29 MARY OCTOBER 2 at Oral Roberts* 4 at Centenary* 9 IPFW* 11 OAKLAND* 16 at IUPUI* 18 at Western Illinois* 23 SOUTHERN UTAH* 25 UMKC* 31 at South Dakota State* *Summit League matches


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