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2009 NEWBERRY ROSTER

#00 Emily Rhoades

#0 Megan Hrenchir

#2 Lindsey Landgrebe

#3 Amberly Fowler

#4 Christen Chestnutt

#5 Kaitlyn Dixon

#6 Cassie Smith

#7 Michaela Peach

#8 Meagan Heney

#9 Alicia Baxter

#10 Jesse Langdon

#11 Megan Douglas

#12 Allie Johns

#13 Katie Sas

#14 Ashley Reetz

#15 Sara Geisman

#16 Tiffany Kinner

#17 Nicole Whittle

#18 Lora Moore

#19 Sara Griffith

#20 Laura Mottel

#21 Amber Chase

#22 Megan Maher

#23 Taryn Bristol

#24 Amanda Hunter


2009 NEWBERRY WOMEN’S SOCCER

QUICK FACTS AND CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

MEDIA

Quick Facts, Media Contact Info....................... 1 Administration........................................................ 2 Season Outlook..................................................... 3 Roster...................................................................... 4 Coaching Staff...................................................... 5 Player Profiles......................................................... 6 2008 Recap.......................................................... 14 History and Records............................................ 15 Opponents........................................................... 16

Radio............................................. WKDK, AM-1240 Internet Webcast.......www.RedZoneMedia.com Play-by-play...........................Jimmie Coggins Phone........................................(803) 276-2957 E-mail..............................jcoggins@wkdk.com Primary Newspaper...............Newberry Observer Sports Editor................................................ TBA Phone...................................... (803) 276-0625 x117

QUICK FACTS

E-mail...................sports@newberryobserver.com

CONTACT INFO

GENERAL Name of School...................... Newberry College City/ ZIP..................................Newberry SC, 29108 Founded........................................................... 1856 Enrollment.......................................................... 920 Nickname.......................................................... N/A School Colors..............................Scarlet and Gray Stadium............................. Newberry Soccer Field Surface/Cap./Dimensions......... Natural / N/A / 113x71 Affiliation........................................NCAA Division II Conference..................................... South Atlantic President........................................Dr. Mitchell Zais Alma Mater, Yr........US Military Academy, 1969 Athletics Director............................. Brad Edwards Alma Mater, Yr..............South Carolina, 1988 Website..............www.NewberryAthleticSite.com

Women’s Soccer SID.............................Ryan Real Email.............................. ryan.real@newberry.edu Office Phone................................... (803) 321-5603 SID Fax.............................................. (803)321-5660 SID Mailing Address............... 2100 College Street Newberry SC 29108

CREDITS Cover Design........................................ Ryan Real Writing, Design and Editing................. Ryan Real

COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................Karrie Miller Alma Mater, Year........................ Erksine, 1990 Record at Newberry/Years.... 8-9-1, second year Career Record/Years........... 79-72-18, nine years Office Phone....................................(803) 321-5656 Best Time to Reach......... coordinate through SID Assistant Coach............................Ashleigh Mayer Alma Mater, Year..........................Newberry, 2009

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ADMINISTRATION Dr. Mitchell Zais

President of Newberry College Dr. Mitchell (Mick) M. Zais has been president of Newberry College since August of 2000. He earned an Engineering Degree from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point; a Master of Arts degree in military history from the School for Advanced Military Studies at Leavenworth, Kansas; and Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in social psychology and organizational behavior from the University of Washington. He is also a graduate of the National Defense University, Washington, D.C., where he was a post-doctoral research fellow in national security affairs. Dr. Zais has been appointed by Governor Mark Sanford to represent the state’s 20 private colleges and universities on the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and to represent South Carolina on the Southern Region Educational Board. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Newberry Opera House Foundation and the Southeastern Region of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Dr. Zais has written and published extensively in the fields of organizational behavior, curriculum design, stress, military history and doctrine, and leadership and management, in such professional journals as the Journal of Applied Psychology, Armed Forces Journal International, Military Review, Parameters, etc. His opinion-editorial pieces, written while President of Newberry College, have appeared in newspapers across the country. Before becoming Newberry College’s 20th president, Dr. Zais served his country for over 30 years as an officer in United States Army, attaining the rank of brigadier general. As an assistant professor at West Point, he taught management consulting, organizational behavior, and leadership. He has also served as an internal management consultant to the Army. A paratrooper and Ranger, Dr. Zais served in a wide variety of infantry units, in Vietnam, the United States, and Korea. He commanded two rifle companies, an infantry battalion, a light infantry brigade, and served as deputy commanding general, Fort Riley, Kansas. His staff experience is primarily in military plans and operations, having worked as chief of operations, plans, and training for an infantry battalion and division; war plans officer for a corps; and Chief of War Plans for the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. Dr. Zais was a White House aide and served in Panama as executive assistant to the four-star commander of all U.S. forces in Central and South America. In Kuwait, he was commanding general of U.S. and Allied forces. He also served as commanding general of Operation Provide Refuge, the task force that cared for the 4000 Kosovo refugees who entered the United States. Prior to coming to Newberry College, Zais was the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, the headquarters that administers the 184,000 part-time Reservists, 9,000 civilian employees, and 11,000 full-time military members of the Army Reserve. Dr. Zais’s military awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Medal, the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Humanitarian Service Medal, the Ranger, Airborne, and Combat Infantryman’s Badges, and the South Carolina Meritorious Service Medal. His wife, the former Susan Fincher, a graduate of the University of South Carolina, is from Columbia. Newberry College’s first graduate, James E. Houseal, class of 1869, is Susan’s great-great-great uncle. Her great-great grandfather, William Houseal, founder and editor of the Newberry Observer, received an honorary degree from Newberry College in 1916. The Zaises have two children. Bradley,24, is an infantry veteran of Iraq. Ashley, 22, is the former Miss South Carolina USA.

Brad Edwards

Athletics Director Brad Edwards was introduced as Athletic Director at Newberry College on May 18, 2009. Prior to coming to Newberry, he served as vice president of IMI Resort Holdings, Inc., after five years as associate athletic director at the University of South Carolina. He served as USC’s senior associate athletic director from July 2003 to March 2006. Edwards, who played free safety for the Gamecocks and played in the National Football League for nine seasons, is currently responsible for the recruiting, hiring and training of sales executives and sales directors for IMI’s resort properties across North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. He also assists with the IMI PGA Tour Player program and was responsible for the construction of IMI’s New York City office. In his time at South Carolina, he served as the athletic department’s chief financial officer and was responsible for the day-to-day oversight and management of all business functions. He oversaw the department’s budget, business operations for Williams Brice Stadium, the Colonial Center and Sarge Frye Field, new facility design, development, and construction, all venue concessions and food service, department advertising and multimedia rights, coordination of bowl travel, and many other operational aspects of the department. He also assisted in securing major financial gifts and executive suite licenses. He joined the South Carolina athletic department as assistant athletic director for development in July 1999 and was named associate athletic director in October 2001. He transitioned to senior associate athletic director in July 2003. Edwards played free safety in the NFL for nine seasons after being drafted in the second round of the 1988 draft by the Minnesota Vikings. He also played with the Washington Redskins and Atlanta Falcons and was a starter with the Redskins’ Super Bowl XXVI championship team.



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SEASON OUTLOOK The Newberry women’s soccer team will enter the 2009 season with the focus of South Atlantic Conference success in the team’s second year under head coach Karrie Miller. Newberry finished tied for fifth in the SAC in Miller’s first year at the helm and they will look to climb up the ranks with a strong core of young talent and seasoned leadership. “We’re more familiar with each other, in terms of the players knowing what they’re responsible for and my awareness of what they can each bring,” Miller said. “We’re one step closer to the process of the team coming together.” With four seniors returning, the team will need to emphasize the balance of experience and youth to find success. Newberry has plenty of youth to go around: Nine freshmen will and 10 sophomores will wear the Newberry shield in 2009. A large recruiting class from 2008 has acclimated to the team and will be counted on to carry some of the load this season. “My first class has become better,” said Miller. “They have a better sense of my expectations and the progression has become a lot more real and visible after last year.” Though youth can give way to mistakes, Miller has begun building an accountability structure that promotes teamwork and responsibility. After one year as coach, that structure is starting to take shape. “We’re young, but we have a comfortable relationship between the coaching staff and team and we have the added benefit of leadership from the upperclassmen,” Miller said. The season begins on the road at Coker College on August 27 but the scarlet and gray will play the four of the first six matches at the Newberry Soccer Complex before opening the SAC season at Mars Hill on September 16. “Our schedule sets us up to peak at the right time,” Miller said. “Each game prepares us for the next one, and that’s a big plus during conference play.” Including the road game at Mars Hill, six of the next eight matches take place away from home. Those contests on the road will help prepare the team for what will literally be a home stretch: the final five games of the season take place at Newberry, capped with a Halloween test against unanimous preseason SAC favorite Carson-Newman. “We tend to be successful at home, people

don’t want to play here,” Miller said. “It’s a great place to play and hopefully we can capitalize on that advantage.” The team will rely on preseason all-SAC firstteam member Amberly Fowler (Taylors, S.C.) and preseason all-SAC second teamers Allie Johns (Lexington, S.C.) and Sara Geisman (Middleburg Heights, Ohio) to step up on both offense and defense. With three dedicated defenders graduating in 2008, Newberry can find comfort in the fact that many players on the roster have the ability to play in different areas on the pitch. “We have a lot of versatility,” Miller said. “That’s been another focus of mine in training and recruiting.” Fowler had a productive season in the Newberry midfield and earned 2008 all-SAC first team honors. She will be joined in the midfield and up front by experienced players in senior forward Lindsey Landgrebe (Springfield, Ill.), senior midfielder Michaela Peach (Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, England) and senior midfielder Sara Griffith (Marietta, Ga.). Sophomore Lora Moore (Raleigh, N.C.) will likely help on the score sheet. Moore showed a knack for offense in her first year, tallying 10 points in 2008 as a true freshman. Senior Sara Geisman will help lead the defensive effort. She brings plenty of game action knowledge, leading Newberry in minutes played last year. Goalkeeper Emily Rhoades (Buckley, Wash.) will back up the line in net. Rhoades enjoyed one of the best seasons in Newberry goalkeeper history last year as a freshman, posting five shutouts and compiling a 1.19 GAA. She will be joined by sophomore Megan Hrenchir (Lawrence, Kan.), who recorded a 1.47 GAA in four matches in 2008. Miller’s recruiting class features nine freshman in 2009. Miller shows a strong interest and belief in the region’s talent, as eight hail from South Carolina and one from North Carolina. Though not all of the players will play up front, many have the ability to go after the goal–and all will have the opportunity to start. “I tried to work toward a more attacking-oriented recruiting class this year,” Miller said. “I don’t mean attacking in terms of only scoring goals, but creating chances and scoring opportunities.” Newberry may have a large number of underclassmen on its roster, but with a more familiar environment and strong talent, the focus on SAC success remains steadfast.

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ROSTER No. Name

Ht.

Yr.

Pos.

Hometown

Previous School

0

Megan Hrenchir

5-6

So.

GK

Lawrence, Kan.

Free State HS

00

Emily Rhoades

5-11

So.

GK

Buckley, Wash.

White River HS

2

Lindsey Landgrebe 5-4

Sr.

F

Springfield, Ill.

Sacred Heart Griffin HS

3

Amberly Fowler

5-3

Jr.

F/M

Taylors, S.C.

Blue Ridge HS

4

Christen Chestnutt

5-8

Jr.

M/F

Debary, Fla.

Deltona HS

5

Kaitlyn Dixon

5-2

Fr.

M/D

Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Myrtle Beach HS

6

Cassie Smith

5-4

Fr.

D Lyman, S.C.

7

Michaela Peach

5-5

Sr.

M

Tadcaster, N. Yorkshire, England Boston Spa School

8

Meagan Heney

5-3

So.

M

Ajax, Ontario, Canada

Denis O’Connor CHS

9

Alicia Baxter

5-3

Fr.

M/D

Columbia, S.C.

Irmo HS

10 Jesse Langdon

5-2

So.

F

Raleigh, N.C.

Broughton HS

11

Megan Douglas

5-4

So.

D/M

Bradford, West Yorkshire, England Boston Spa School

12

Allie Johns

5-4

So.

M/F

Lexington, S.C.

Lexington HS

13

Katie Sas

5-4

Fr.

F/D Columbia, S.C.

A.C. Flora HS

14

Ashley Reetz

5-6

Fr.

F

Summerville, S.C.

Stratford HS

15

Sara Geisman

5-7

Jr.

D/M

Middleburg Heights, Ohio

Midpark HS

16

Tiffany Kinner

5-5

Fr.

F/M

North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

North Myrtle Beach HS

17

Nicole Whittle

5-8

So.

D

Port Richey, Fla.

River Ridge HS

18

Lora Moore

5-0

So.

M/F

Raleigh, N.C.

Enloe HS

19

Sara Griffith

5-8

Sr.

M

Marietta, Ga.

Pope HS

20

Laura Mottel

5-5

Fr.

F North Augusta, S.C.

21

Amber Chase

5-9

Fr.

F/M Aiken, S.C.

22

Megan Maher

5-8

Fr.

D

Boca Raton, Fla.

Boca Raton HS

22

Christen Chestnutt

5-8

So.

M/F

DeBary, Fla.

Deltona HS

23

Taryn Bristol

5-4

Fr.

24 Amanda Hunter

5-5

So.

F Charlotte, N.C. M/D

London, Ontario, Canada

Head Coach:

Karrie Miller (Erksine, ‘90) second season.

Assistant:

Ashleigh Mayer (Newberry ‘09) first season.



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Byrnes HS

North Augusta HS Aiken HS

Z.B. Vance HS Oakridge School


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COACHING STAFF

Karrie Miller Head Coach

Second year at Newberry Erskine ‘90

Year 1993 1994 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2008 Total

CAREER RECORD

School W-L-T Charleston Southern 12-5-1 Charleston Southern 12-8-0 Coastal Carolina 5-7-4 Coastal Carolina 4-11-4 Coastal Carolina 8-6-4 Coastal Carolina 10-9-2 Coastal Carolina 7-11-2 Coastal Carolina 13-6-0 Newberry 8-9-1 Nine seasons 79-72-18

Pct. .691 .600 .438 .316 .555 .524 .400 .684 .472 .521

Three-time Big South Conference Coach of the Year

Karrie Miller enters her second year as head coach of the Newberry women’s soccer team after a successful first season. Miller led the team to a 8-9-1 overall record and a 4-4 mark in South Atlantic Conference play in her first year as head coach, guiding three players to spots on the All SAC first and second teams. In 2008, Miller arrived at Newberry with eight seasons of NCAA Division I head coaching experience, all in the state of South Carolina. She was the inaugural head coach for the programs at Charleston Southern University and Coastal Carolina University. Miller earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Science from Erskine College in Due West, S.C., in 1990 and then graduated from Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C., with a Masters degree in Physical Education in 1992. While at Erskine, she was a three-time NAIA All-American for the Lady Fleet and made the NAIA All-East Team four times. Miller was also selected to the NAIA All-Tournament National Team in 1987 and 1989. She was inducted into Erskine’s Athletic Hall of Fame during the fall of 2001. Miller began her college coaching career at GardnerWebb, where she served as an assistant coach from 1990 to 1992. She then accepted the position of head coach at Charleston Southern. After spending the 1992-93 academic year preparing the Lady Buccaneer program for competition, Miller led the squad to a combined 24-13-1 record over the next two sea

sons. In Charleston Southern’s first year of competition and her first as a head coach, Miller was named the Big South Conference Co-Coach of the Year. After her success at Charleston Southern, Miller accepted an assistant coaching position at South Carolina and helped guide the Lady Gamecocks through their first three seasons of competition. She then moved to Alabama and helped the Crimson Tide to the Western Division Championship in the Southeastern Conference and a bid to the 1998 NCAA Tournament. In 1999, Miller returned to the Palmetto State to begin the women’s soccer program at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C. She served as head coach through the 2005 season, earning a 47-50-16 record in six seasons in charge of the Lady Chanticleers. She was also named Big South Conference Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2003 for a total of three BSC Coach of the Year awards. Her 2003 squad finished with a record of 10-9-2 overall and were the Big South regular season champions. Miller’s Coastal squads were named an Academic All-American team by the NSCAA in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. Throughout her coaching career, Miller has been heavily involved with the Olympic Development Program in both South Carolina and Alabama, serving as the Program Director in South Carolina from 1995 to 1998. She was the founder and director of the Karrie Miller Women’s Soccer Camp from 2000 to 2006, and has served as codirector for multiple camps throughout the state.

Ashleigh Mayer enters her first season as an assistant coach for the Newberry women’s soccer team in 2009. Mayer, a 2009 Newberry graduate with a degree in Business, played for the women’s team from 2005-2008, including a season playing for head coach Karrie Miller in 2008. Her experience and knowledge of the players and coach will assist Newberry in improving on a competitive 2008 campaign that saw the team finish 8-9-1 overall and 4-4 in South Atlantic Conference play. “Ashleigh comes in with an understanding of Newberry women’s soccer and the tradition behind it,” said Miller. “Her perspective as a player and season playing for me will make her a good fit for this team. Coupled with the strong leadership she provided on the field, she has the skills as a coach to help take us to the next level.” Mayer joins the coaching staff after starting in 17 matches on the defensive end in 2008, registering an assist in a 4-0 win against Anderson University on October 22. She started all 18 matches in 2006, tallying an assist in an 11-0 victory against Converse College on October 5. As a freshman in 2005, Mayer appeared in 18 matches with six starts, scoring a goal in a 2-0 win over Pfeiffer University on September 1 and recording assists against USC Aiken on September 28 and Lenoir-Rhyne University on November 1. “I’m very excited to join the staff after my time here,” Mayer said. “I’m happy to be back and think my familiarity with the players and Coach Miller will translate into success on the field.” Mayer played four years of varsity soccer at Duchesne High School in St. Charles, Mo., near her hometown of St. Peters. While there she received All-Academic Team honors and helped her team to a district finals appearance. She also helped her club team win the state championship in 2005.

Ashleigh Mayer Assistant Coach

First year at Newberry Newberry ‘09

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MEET THE SENIORS

15

Sara Geisman

Senior ● D/M 5-7 ● Biology Middleburg Heights, Ohio ● Midpark HS Year

GP-GS

Min

G

A

Pts

2008 18-18 1675 0 3 3 2007 17-14 939 0 1 1

Sh

3 7

Sh%

.000 .000

SOG 2 3

SOG% .667 .429

GWG 0 0

Pk-At

0-0 0-0

2008: Appeared in and started all 18 matches… finished with three assists… named to 2009 preseason all-SAC

second team... 2007: Played in all but two matches including 14 starts... recorded an assist against Brevard (9/19)... 2006: Played in all 18 matches including three starts... made her collegiate debut against USC Aiken (8/24)... earned her first career start against Pfeiffer University (8/29)... scored one goal and recorded one assist on the year... recorded her first collegiate goal and first collegiate assist in game against Converse College (10/5)... High School: Attended Midpark High School in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, where she played four seasons of varsity soccer... coached by Julie Schmitz and Bill Dietrich... was Most Valuable Player at Midpark, leading the team in goals and assists in her senior season... earned first team all-conference and second team all-Greater Cleveland honors her senior year... was a member of the National Honor Society and Key Club... Personal: Born December 13, 1987... daughter of John and Sharon Geisman... says her favorite movie is Remember the Titans... when she’s not rooting for Newberry, Sara’s favorite college team is the Ohio State Buckeyes...

19

Sara Griffith

Senior ● M 5-7 ● Education Marietta, Ga.● Alan C. Pope HS Year

GP-GS

2008 17-8 2007 19-10 2006 16-12

Min

G

725 1 846 0 735 2

A

3 2 0

Pts

Sh

5 15 2 7 4 12

Sh%

.067 .000 .167

SOG 8 4 7

SOG%

GWG

.533 1 .571 0 .583 1

Pk-At

0-0 0-0 0-0

2008: Appeared in 17 matches, starting 8… scored the game-winning goal against Clayton State (10/1)… fin-

ished with one goal and three assists… 2007: Made appearances in 19 matches, while starting ten... recorded two assists... 2006: Played in 16 matches including 12 starts... scored two goals on the year... made her first collegiate appearance and her first collegiate start against USC Aiken (8/24)... scored her first two collegiate goals against Converse College (10/5)... High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Pope High School under coach Jim Haskin... earned team’s most valuable player award as a senior and most improved award as a sophomore... was a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club... also a varsity swimmer for three seasons... Club Soccer: Played for NASA ‘07 Elite, earning a second place finish in the State Cup... Personal: Born August 27, 1988... daughter of Patti and Tom Griffith... favorite team other than Newberry is Penn State...



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MEET THE SENIORS

2

Lindsey Landgrebe

Senior ● F 5-4 ● Graphic Design Springfield, Ill. ● Sacred Heart Griffin HS Year

GP-GS

2008 7-2 2007 19-12 2006 18-3

Min

G

A

298 2 0 901 2 3 750 1 1

Pts

Sh

4 4 7 15 3 15

Sh%

.500 .133 .067

SOG 3 4 6

SOG% .750 .267 .400

GWG

Pk-At

0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in seven matches, starting two… scored a goal against Lynn (8/31) and team’s only penalty kick goal of the season against North Alabama (9/12)…

2007: Appeared in 19 matches, including 12 starts... recorded two goals on only four shots on goal... tallied three assists throughout the season... recorded a season-high three points against Lenoir-Rhyne (10/12)...

2006: Appeared in 18 matches, including three starts... made her collegiate debut against USC Aiken (8/24)...

recorded first collegiate point with an assist against Converse College (10/05)... recorded first collegiate goal against Armstrong Atlantic (10/07)... High School: Attended Sacred Heart Griffin High School in Springfield, Ill.... played four years of varsity soccer for coach Mike Lindsey... the team was regional champions in 2004, 2005 and 2006... was the team’s assists leader in 2005 and 2006... earned CS8 All-Conference honors in 2005 and 2006, and was honorable mention in 2004... academically, Lindsey was in the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and was on the school’s honor roll for all four years of high school... also earned Academic All-CS8 honors from 2004 through 2006... ran cross country for three seasons... Personal: Born on August 15, 1987... daughter of Sue and Pat Landgrebe... says her favorite food is ice cream... Mia Hamm is her most respected sports figure... her favorite movie is Rudy... when she’s not cheering on Newberry, Lindsey is a fan of the North Carolina Tar Heels... her greatest sports moment was her team’s overtime victory in the 2004 regional championship match...

7

Michaela Peach

Senior ● M 5-5 ● Sports Management Bradford, West Yorkshire, England ● Boston Spa School Year

GP-GS

Min

G

A

Pts

Sh

2008 17-16 1301 0 1 1 13 2007 19-7 902 0 1 1 9 2006 11-4 324 0 3 3 6

Sh%

.000 .000 .000

SOG 2 3 2

SOG% .154 .333 .333

GWG 0 0 0

Pk-At 0-0 0-0 0-0

2008: Appeared in 17 matches, starting 16… recorded an assist against Lincoln Memorial (10/14)… 2007: Appeared in 19 matches, including seven starts... recorded assist against Lander (10/3)... 2006: Appeared in 11 matches including five starts... made her first collegiate appearance against USC Aiken

(8/24)... earned her first collegiate start against Brevard College (10/12)... recorded her first collegiate point with an assist in the match against Converse College (10/5)... recorded three assists... High School: Attended the Boston Spa School... earned Academy Player of the Term honors under coach Adam Austin... was best academy and academic student of the year in 2005... team was English Schools Under-18 winners as wells as Yorkshire County Cup winners... also undefeated captain of tennis team for three years as well as part of cross country team that was ranked No. 8 in England... Personal: Born May 1, 1988... daughter of Angela and Malcolm Peach... lists her favorite professional team as Chelsea of the English Premier League... her favorite movie is Save the Last Dance... her favorite sports moment was scoring in the final minute of the Yorkshire Cup to help her team to a 2-1 win... the sports figure she respects most is Chelsea’s Frank Lampard...

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MEET THE TEAM Christen Chestnutt

Junior ● M/F 5-8 ● Nursing Debary, Fla. ● Deltona HS

4

Year GP-GS 2008 3-0

Min 48

G 0

A 0

Pts 0

Sh 2

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At 0 1 .500 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in three matches… recorded two shots, one on goal… 2007: Did not play... High School: Four year varsity starter... scored 30 career goals... two year captain...

recorded 34 career assists... All-County First team her senior year... All-County Honorable mention in both her freshman and junior years... offensive MVP her freshman year... Club: State Cup U-18 Stetson Futbol Association... captain... Blue Angels Soccer Club... three year captain... Disney’s Wide World of Sports Champions... Second Place for Greater Central Florida Soccer League... Personal: Born May 4th, 1989... daughter of James and Sandra Chestnutt... Honor Roll Student... coached a Tiny Tot League for Deltona Youth Soccer... Officer for Deltona High Varsity Crew Links...

Megan Douglas

11

Year

GP-GS

Min

G

A

Pts

2008 17-15 1341 0 1 1 Sophomore ● D/M 5-4 ● Physical Education Bradford, West Yorkshire, England ● Boston Spa School

Sh 3

Sh% 0

SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At 2 .667 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in 17 matches, starting 15… recorded an assist against Anderson (10/22)…

2007: Appeared in one match... redshirted... High School: Boston Spa Leeds Academy, 2004-2006... 2004 Sports Personality of the Year... 2005 Player of the Team... 2006 English Schools Champion...

Club: Bradford City Club team from 1996-2005... Personal: Born January 6th, 1988... daughter of Karl and Carmel Douglas... First 4 Sport Level 1 Coaching Certificate... St. John Ambulance First Aid...

Amberly Fowler

Junior ● M/F 5-3 ● Biology Taylors, S.C. ● Blue Ridge HS

3

Year GP-GS Min G 2008 18-16 1281 3 2007 19-18 943 3

A 2 3

Pts 8 9

Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At 34 .088 14 .412 2 0-1 22 .136 12 .545 1 0-0

2008: Appeared in all 18 matches, starting 16… scored game winning goals in games

against Mars Hill (9/17) and Anderson (10/22)… recorded a season-high three points against Mars Hill (9/17)… named to All-South Atlantic Conference first team… 2007: Started her first collegiate match in the season opener against Missouri-St. Louis... recorded first career goal against Clayton State on (9/1)... recorded a season high four points against Brevard (9/19)... finished the season with three goals and three assists... High School: Played one year of soccer... scored 32 goals and recorded 16 assists... 2004-2005 Offensive Player of the Year... was a varsity basketball player... named 2004-2005 All-County Honorable Mention... Club: Played on the CESA 89 Premier Girls U-17 team in 2005 and 2006... won SC U-17 title in both 2005 and 2006... 2006 Region III Quarterfinalist... Disney Showcase Second Runner Up... 2006 RBC Champions... played for the CESA U-15 team in 2004... Captain... won the SC U-15 Title... Region III Regional Quarterfinalist... 2003-2004 member of St Giles Excalibur U-14 team... Team Captain... Semi-Finalist for the State Cup... two-time RBC Classic Champions... ODP: State ODP Team 2003, 2004 and 2005... State Team Captain in 2005... Personal: Born October 15, 1989... daughter of Bruce and Cindy Fowler... Honor Roll 2003-2007... in Who’s Who of High School Students 2004... Greer Community Ministry Volunteer... All-American Scholar...



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MEET THE TEAM Meagan Heney

8

Year

GP-GS

2008 18-0 Sophomore ● M 5-3 ● Biology Ajax, Ontario, Canada ● Denis O’Connor CHS

Min G A 875 1 1

Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At 3 15 .067 5 .333 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in all 18 matches… scored a goal against Mars Hill (9/17)… recorded an assist against Lander (10/29)… High School: Played four years of varsity soccer under at Denis O’Connor CHS... team won the L.O.S.S.A. championship in 2006... team was a L.O.S.S.A. finalist in 2005, 2007 and 2008... started every game in high school... was on the honor roll every year in high school... won the French achievement award... participated in three years of track and cross country... Personal: Born on August 18, 1990... daughter of Robert and King Heney... wants to be an athletic therapist... favorite food is pizza... people that had the biggest influence on her was her parents and her previous coaches...

Megan Hrenchir

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Sophomore ● GK 5-6 ● Biology Lawrence, Kan.● Lawrence Free State HS

Year 2008

GP-GS Min 4-1 122:30

GA GAA Saves Pct. W L T SHO SF 2 1.47 3 .600 0 0 0 0 12

2008: Appeared in four matches, starting one… recorded a 1.47 GAA… 2007: Redshirted... appeared in two matches, including one start... made first start

against Clayton State (9/1)... record was 1-0-1... recorded a 1.58 GAA... High School: Four year varsity soccer letterman... two-year cross country letterman... Club: Played with the Kaw Valley Force from 2000-2004... played with the Kansas Soccer Academy from 2004-2006... won the Trysa Cup in 2004... played with the NEU Stars July 2006-October 2006... played with KC Bayern Munich in the Fall of 2006... ODP: Played with the Kansas State ODP team in her junior year of high school... Personal: Born June 17th, 1989... daughter of Phil and Donna Hrenchir... named Who’s Who Among High School Students & Athletes in both her sophomore and junior years... earned the Principal’s Mark of Excellence her freshman, sophomore and junior years... a Kansas Honor Scholar her senior year...

Amanda Hunter

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Year

GP-GS

Min

G

2008 2-0 8 0 Sophomore ● M/D 5-5 ● Social Sciences London, Ontario, Canada ● London Oakridge Secondary School

A 0

Pts 0

Sh 0

Sh% 0

SOG SOG% 0 0

GWG Pk-At 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in two matches… High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Oakridge Secondary School for coach

Rob Lane... competed on cross country and hockey team from 2003-2007... both teams went to OFSSA... awarded OFSSA bronze in 9th and 11th grade... Club: Forest United Flames L.D.Y.S.L 2002... Forest United Storm L.D.Y.S.L. 2003-2004... London City Lightning S.R.S.L. 2005-2006... London City Lightning S.R.S.L. Elite 2006... London City Lightning O.Y.S.L. 2007... Personal: Born on January 23, 1989... daughter of Robin and Sandra Hunter... wants to pursue a career in Criminal Justice... favorite food is pasta... can play the piano... her greatest moment in athletic competition is being the leading scorer on her team and second in points in the league...

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MEET THE TEAM Allie Johns

Sophomore ● M/F 5-4 ● Business Administration Lexington, S.C. ● Lexington HS

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Year GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At 2008 18-17 1342 5 3 13 53 .094 24 .453 2 0-0

2008: Appeared in all 18 matches, starting 17… scored the team’s two goals for a sea-

son-high four points in a win over Wingate (9/27)… recorded another game winning goal against Lander (10/29)… finished with five goals and three assists… led the team in goals, points and shots… ranked seventh in the South Atlantic Conference for shots per game… named to 2009 preseason all-SAC second team... High School: Played three years of varsity soccer for coaches Chris Fryland and Daniel Barrett at Lexington HS... team was State Champions in 2007... won Region Championship from 2006-2008... was named to all Region and all Area team in 2006 and 2008... was MVP of the North team at the North-South all-start game in 2008... graduated with honors... was the FCA President from 2007-2008... Personal: Born on March 9, 1990... daughter of Dennis and Ellen Johns... greatest athletic moment was when she scored three goals against her rival school... favorite pro sports team is the Atlanta Braves...

Jesse Langdon

Sophomore ● F 5-1 ● Graphic Design Raleigh, N.C. ● Broughton HS

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Year GP-GS Min G A 2008 10-0 134 1 0

Pts 2

Sh 3

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At .333 2 .667 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in 10 matches… scored a goal against Anderson (10/22)… High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Broughton HS for coach Izzy Hernen-

dez... won the state championship in 2006... Club: Played for the CASL club team... Personal: Born on November 15, 1989... daughter of Debi Langdon... most respected sports figure is Michelle Akers... her hidden talent is that she plays the drums... favorite college team besides Newberry, is the NC State Wolfpack... majoring in Graphic Design...

Megan Maher

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R-Freshman ● D 5-8 ● Boca Raton, Fla. ● Boca Raton HS

2008: Redshirted... High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coaches Rachel Watkin and David

Robbe at Boca Raton High School... won the District Championship in 2004 and 2007... won the team’s most valuable defender... also competed on the track team all four years... was on the honor roll from 2005-2008... won the Delta Sigma Academic award in

2006 and 2008... Club: Played for Team Boca... Personal: Born on April 19, 1990... daughter of Michael Maher and Mary Dent-Maher... favorite pro sports team is the Dallas Cowboys... her greatest moment in athletics was being the district champion in 4 x 100 relay... favorite food is chicken... besides cheering for Newberry, Megan cheers for the Florida Gators...

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MEET THE TEAM Lora Moore

Sophomore ● M/F 5-0 ● Communications Raleigh, N.C. ● Enloe HS

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Year GP-GS Min G 2008 18-14 1220 3

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG Pk-At 4 10 11 .273 6 .545 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in all 18 matches, starting 14… recorded a season-high four points

against Anderson (10/22)… finished with three goals and four assists… led the team in assists… tied for 10th in the South Atlantic Conference in assists per game… High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Enloe HS under coach Jason Wolfe... won Triangle Alliance Conference in 9th grade... finished senior year ranked 13th in state... won Academic Excellence award all four years... Club: Played two years for CASL United ‘89... won state cup championship... played in regional and national tournaments... Played three years for CASL Premier ‘89... team won the state cup championship and the Charleston Tournament... Personal: Born on Dec. 13, 1989... daughter of Eddie Moore and Joan Certa-Moore... favorite food is pasta... when not cheering for Newberry she pulls for the NC State Wolfpack... favorite movie is Almost Famous...

Emily Rhoades

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Sophomore GK 5-11 ● Education Buckley, Wash. ● White River HS ●

Year GP-GS Min GA GAA Saves Pct. W L T SHO SF 2008 18-16 1056:22 20 1.19 71 .780 8 8 1 5 175

2008: Appeared in all 18 matches, starting 17… started her first collegiate game against

Lynn (8/31)… earned first career shutout against Mars Hill (9/17)… posted shutouts in three straight games against Clayton State (10/1), Tusculum (10/4) and Georgia College & State (10/11)… recorded 1.19 GAA, fourth-best in school season history… earned five shutouts, ranked second in school season history… ranked third in the South-Atlantic Conference for save percentage, fifth in shutouts, fifth in saves and sixth for GAA… ranks second in school career GAA... High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coach Chance Darling at White River HS... was named to the first team all league... was team captain... team won the Pierce County League... Club: Played for the Doosveedanya Club... Personal: Born on April 5, 1990... daughter of Ron and Meagan Rhoades... people that influenced her the most were the coaches she had as a little kid... favorite quote: “If you start to think of what you will do if you lose - you have lost”...

Nicole Whittle

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Sophomore ● D 5-8 ● Business Port Richey, Fla. ● River Ridge HS

Year GP-GS 2008 1-0

Min 0

G 0

A Pts 0 0

Sh 0

Sh% 0

SOG SOG% 0 0

GWG Pk-At 0 0-0

2008: Appeared in one match... High School: Attended River Ridge High School in New Port Richey, Fla... played four

years of varsity soccer for coach Skip Glover... won District Championship the last 3 years... Co-Conference Champions 2006-2008... 2008 Defensive MVP... 2008 team captain... 2008 First team all conference and all county... Club: Played for West Plasco Thunder under coaches Karl Kucck and Ryan Davis... First place in 2006 Orange Classic... First place in 2006 Puma Classic... Defensive MVP 2006-2008... Team Captain 2006-2008... Personal: Born on October 7, 1989... daughter of Tammie and Ralph Handler... favorite pro sports team is Manchester United... Cristiano Ronaldo is her most respected sports figure... enjoys painting... greatest sports moment was winning district for first time in her sophomore year... majoring in Business...

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MEET THE NEWCOMERS

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coach Mike Mauldin at Irmo High School... lead team to 2006 Low● er State Championship... named to 2008 All-Region, 2009 North-South Champion... participated in 2009 Clash of the ● Carolinas and 2004 Alberta Summer games... Club/Interna● tional: Played in Europe in 2007... led team to state runners up in 2006-07, second place in state... Personal: Born on March 11, 1991... daughter of Allan and Cheryl Baker... cheers for the University of South Carolina and Chelsea... volunteers at soup kitchens and hospitals... enjoys chicken alfredo...

Alicia Baxter

Freshman M/D 5-3 Nursing Columbia, S.C. Irmo HS

Taryn Bristol

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coach

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coaches

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coach-

Glenn Blafield at Z.B. Vance High School… led team in goals scored in 2007 and 2008… team reached state tournament in 2007… Personal: Born on September 17, 1991… daugh● ter of James and Donna Bristol... enjoys the supportive ath● letic environment and friendliness of Newberry… proudest athletic moment was scoring the winning goal against biggest rivals… won first runner-up in high school’s singing competition… favorite teams besides Newberry include the Los Angeles Lakers and the University of North Carolina Tar Heels…

Freshman F 5-9 Political Science Charlotte, N.C. Z.B. Vance HS ●

Amber Chase

Ron Johnson and Vick Tice at Aiken High School… earned all-region honors in 2009 and 2009… named team offensive player of the year in 2008 and team MVP in 2009… selected for North-South team in 2009… also ran four years of varsity cross country… Personal: Born on Nov. 16, 1990... daughter of Mark Chase and Debbie Glisson… named as a high school scholar athlete in 2006 and 2009… cites family and friends as major influences... chose to come to Newberry for the size and friendly people... most respected sports figure is U. S. national team forward Abby Wambach... grandfather Jim Smith played football for the University of Kentucky from 1953-1955...

Freshman ● F/M 5-9 ● Nursing Aiken, S.C. ● Aiken HS

Kaitlyn Dixon

es Jason Himmelsbach and Beth Tucci at Myrtle Beach High School… served as junior captain… team won four region championships from 2006-2009… ● Personal: Born on May 27, 1991… daughter of Michael and ● Shawn Dixon… brother Chris plays soccer for Coastal Carolina University… greatest athletic moment was scoring tying goal with 30 seconds left to send game to overtime in Lower State tournament… career goals include owning a restaurant and becoming a food critic…

Freshman M/D 5-2 Undeclared Myrtle Beach, S.C. Myrtle Beach HS ●

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coach Lori Gorman at North Myrtle Beach High School... named to all-region team four times... received Toast of the Coast ● honors four times... earned all-state selection as a junior and ● senior... also ran four years of varsity cross country, earning ● MVP honors four times and named to North-South team... Club: Scored game winning goal to win Atlanta Cup for Bridge club team in 2007... Personal: Born on Sept. 14, 1990... daughter of Sherri Costello... models style of play after U.S. national team’s Brandi Chastain... career goal is to be a sports broadcaster... when not cheering for Newberry, cheers for Clemson University... came to Newberry for the friendly atmosphere...

Tiffany Kinner

Freshman M/F 5-5 Communications N. Myrtle Beach, S.C. N. Myrtle Beach HS

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MEET THE NEWCOMERS Laura Mottel

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for coach

Ashley Reetz

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High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for

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High School: Played three years of varsity soccer for

Hank Deer at North Augusta High School… named to allregion team four times… named team offensive MVP four times... selected to North-South game four times... also ran three years of varsity cross country... Personal: Born on March 9, 1991… daughter of David and Kathy Mottel… influenced most by coaches, family and teammates... when not cheering for Newberry, roots for the University of South Carolina Gamecocks... career goal is to be a teacher... brother Ben is a senior on the Newberry men’s soccer team...

Freshman ● F 5-5 ● Secondary Education North Augusta, S.C. ● North Augusta HS

coach Peter Heusinger at Stratford High School... named to all-region team two times... named MVP two times... named North-South game all-star... also played junior varsity basketball... Personal: Born on June 25, 1991... daughter of Carolyn and Jason Reetz... supports the Florida State Seminoles when not cheering for Newberry... favorite inspiring quote is “Train your hardest when no one else is watching”... models style of play after United States national team forward Abby Wambach...

Freshman ● F 5-6 ● Psychology Summerville, S.C. ● Stratford HS

Katie Sas

coaches Nick Sas and Pierre Fome at A.C. Flora High School… named to all-region team twice… named to Airport High School’s all-tournament Team… also ran one year of varsity cross country and one year of varsity track... Club: Team won two state championships and finished runners-up twice… Personal: Born on Dec. 31, 1990… daughter of Nick and Mary Sas… mother Mary swam for the University of South Carolina from 1976-1978, father Nick played soccer and tennis for the University of South Carolina at Francis Marion University from 1978-1980 and worked as a professional tennis instructor from 1978-1980… when not cheering Newberry, cheers for the New York Yankees and the University of Maryland…

Freshman ● D/F 5-4 ● Education Columbia, S.C. ● A.C. Flora HS

Cassie Smith

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High School: Played four years for coach Kingsley

Emerson... named to all-region team... named MVP two times... named to all-star team... Club: played on CESA 90 Premier team... helped team to three ● state championships... Personal: Born on Dec. 6, ● 1990... daughter of Doug and Laura Smith... greatest sports moment was being chosen to play in the all-star game... favorite food is Chickfil-A... cites Mia Hamm as most respected sports figure... career goal is to be a teacher or principal... have been influenced most by parents...

Freshman D 5-4 Education Spartanburg, S.C. Byrnes HS ●

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2008 SEASON RECAP The Newberry women’s soccer team began the Karrie Miller era with a strong 2008 campaign, going 8-9-1 overall and finishing in a tie for fifth in South Atlantic Conference play with a 4-4 record, setting the stage for a chance at a conference crown in 2009. The season began with a tough 2-1 loss in double overtime on the road to Palm Beach Atlantic University. A deadlocked second half pushed the team into an extra session, but PBA struck in the 111th minute to get the win. Newberry stayed in Florida but suffered another loss at Lynn University, 4-1. Newberry would look for its first win in its first game at home against Barry University but fell short, 2-0. The scarlet and gray then hit the road to take on North Alabama University. Senior in 2009 Lindsey Landgrebe (Springfield, Ill.) struck first for Newberry on a penalty kick in the 32nd minute and Lauren Carbonell (Miami, Fla.) scored the goal in the 96th minute that earned the team its first win of the season. The team then fell to the University of West Georgia 4-1, but returning midfielder Lora Moore (Raleigh, N.C.) scored her first collegiate goal in the loss. Newberry returned home to kick off conference play against Mars Hill College and kicked off the SAC season with a bang on goals from Amberly Fowler (Taylors, S.C.), Lauren Carbonell and Meagan Heney (Ajax, Ontario) for a 3-0 win. Goalkeeper Emily Rhoades (Buckley, Wash.) saved two shots for her first career shutout. Newberry dropped a 1-0 SAC contest to Catawba College before heading to North Carolina to take on Brevard College in another conference tilt. The team jumped out to an early lead in the third minute on a goal from Lora Moore and four more Newberry players would find the net for a 5-1 win. The victory, Newberry’s largest offensive output of the season, put the team at 3-5-0 overall and 2-1-0 in the SAC, putting them in first place. The scarlet and gray then traveled back to Newberry to take on Wingate University. Midfielder Allie Johns (Lexington, S.C.) would provide all the offense the team would need, scoring a goal in each half and putting Wingate away 2-1, increasing Newberry’s lead in the SAC. The team continued its winning ways on the road against Clayton State University, with returner Sara Griffith (Marietta, Ga.) scoring in the second half and Emily Rhoades recorded another shutout to earn the 1-0 win. With a winning streak at three and a 5-5-0 overall record, the team returned home for the first match of a three-match homestand against Tusculum College. The match followed the pattern of the Clayton State game, with Lauren Carbonell scoring in the second half and Rhoades making a career-high 11 saves to earn the shutout, giving Newberry a 1-0 victory. The four-game win streak helped give Newberry its first appearance in the NSCAA region poll, ranking ninth in the Southeast region. The team took that ranking into a home date with Georgia College & State University and although the offense failed to get on the board, Rhoades shut out the opponent for the third straight game, battling to a 0-0 tie after two overtimes. After a 2-1 overtime loss at home to Lincoln Memorial at home and a 3-1 defeat to Lenoir-Rhyne University, Newberry squared off ## Name GP-GS 12 Allie Johns 18-17 18 Lora Moore 18-14 21 Lauren Carbonell 18-18 3 Amberly Fowler 18-16 19 Sara Griffith 17-8 16 Mandi Butler 16-2 23 Najla Bubtana 18-16 2 Lindsey Landgrebe 7-2 8 Meagan Heney 18-0 25 Katelyn Luby 16-3 15 Sara Geisman 18-18 10 Jesse Langdon 10-0 7 Michaela Peach 17-16 6 Ashleigh Mayer 17-17 20 Megan Douglas 17-15 13 Elizabeth Jones 17-17 4 Christen Chestnutt 3-0 17 Nichole Whittle 9-0 5 Kelli Hulse 6-0 24 Amanda Hunter 2-0 17 Nicole Whittle 1-0 9 Rachel King 1-0 Total.............. 18 Opponents........... 18

8/29 8/31 9/4 9/12 9/14 9/17 9/20 9/24 9/27 10/1 10/4 10/11 10/14 10/18 10/22 10/29 11/1 11/4

2008 Results (8-9-1, 4-4 SAC) at Palm Beach Atlantic 1-2 (L 2OT) at Lynn 1-4 (L) BARRY 0-2 (L) vs. North Alabama 2-1 (W 2OT) at West Georgia 1-4 (L) MARS HILL 3-0 (W)* at Catawba 0-1 (L)* at Brevard 5-1 (W)* WINGATE 2-1 (W)* at Clayton State 1-0 (W) TUSCULUM 1-0 (W)* GEORGIA COLLEGE & STATE 0-0 (T 2OT) LINCOLN MEMORIAL 1-2 (L OT)* at Lenoir-Rhyne 1-3 (L)* ANDERSON 4-0 (W) at Lander 2-0 (W) at Carson-Newman 0-1 (L)* at Catawba 0-1 (L)*

Min G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% YC-RC 1342 5 3 13 53 .094 24 .453 0-0 1220 3 4 10 11 .273 6 .545 0-0 1202 4 1 9 25 .160 19 .760 1-0 1281 3 2 8 34 .088 14 .412 3-0 725 1 3 5 15 .067 8 .533 1-0 476 2 0 4 15 .133 6 .400 0-0 949 2 0 4 14 .143 4 .286 0-0 298 2 0 4 4 .500 3 .750 0-0 875 1 1 3 15 .067 5 .333 0-0 427 1 1 3 2 .500 1 .500 0-0 1675 0 3 3 3 .000 2 .667 0-0 134 1 0 2 3 .333 2 .667 0-0 1301 0 1 1 13 .000 2 .154 1-0 1524 0 1 1 5 .000 1 .200 2-0 1341 0 1 1 3 .000 2 .667 1-0 1523 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0-0 48 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0-0 198 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0-0 121 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0-0 8 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 10 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1-0 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 - 25 21 71 222 .113 103 .464 12-1 - 23 13 59 198 .116 101 .510 13-1

## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg 00 Emily Rhoades 18-16 1506:22 20 1.19 0 Megan Hrenchir 4-1 122:30 2 1.47 1 Paula Jackson 1-0 45:00 1 2.00 Team 0-0 0:00 0 0.00 Total............... 18 1673:52 23 1.24 Opponents........... 18 1673:52 25 1.34

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against Anderson University for its final home match of the season. The team struck early, with Amberly Fowler scoring in the sixth minute. The scarlet and gray would pour on three more goals in the next 26 minutes and Rhoades put up yet another shutout, giving her four and running Newberry’s record to 7-6-1 overall, 4-3-0 in SAC play. Newberry then made up a rescheduled game with Lander University, with Allie Johns scoring in the 78th minute and Najla Bubtana (Miami, Fla.) scoring in the 88th minute to give Newberry the 2-0 win. Rhoades earned her fifth shutout. Unfortunately, Newberry would not find the win column again, falling to Carson-Newman College, 1-0, in the season finale and Catawba College, 1-0, in the first round of the SAC tournament. Newberry saw Amberly Fowler and Elizabeth Jones (Anchorage, Alaska) named to the All-SAC first team after the season. Lauren Carbonell was named to the All-SAC second team. Allie Johns lead the team in goals with five, while Lora Moore led in assists with four. Emily Rhoades’s five shutouts ranked second-best in school history and she enters 2009 with the second-best career goals against average with 1.19. Newberry can look forward to a familiar group returning in 2009, with seven starters coming back to don the scarlet and gray. Scorers Amberly Fowler and Lora Moore will return up front and Emily Rhoades will take her customary place in net, giving Newberry a well-deserved sense of optimism for 2009.

Saves 71 3 1 3 78 78

Pct W .780 8 .600 0 .500 0 1.000 0 .772 8 .757 8

L T 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 8 1

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GW 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 9

Sho 5 0 0 1 6 5

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1

2008 Individual Statistics

Shots Faced 175 12 5 3 195 219


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HISTORY AND RECORDS Goals: Season Jennifer Walsh 14 1998 Michelle Baker 13 1996 Brooke Tumblin 13 2004 Michelle Baker 12 1997 Michelle Baker 12 1999 Jami Schliesman 12 1997 Jennifer Walsh 12 1999 Inga Woiwode 12 2004 Inga Woiwode 10 2006 Inga Woiwode 9 2007 Adriana Farfan 9 2004 Michelle Baker 8 1998 Goals: Career Inga Woiwode 37 2004-07 Michelle Baker 35 1995-99 Brooke Tumblin 30 2004-07 Jennifer Walsh 26 1998-99 Jami Schliesman 17 1997-98 Mandi Butler 13 2005-08 Brandi McCrae 14 2000-03 Mandi Cannon 13 1996-98 Kristin Parker 12 2003-05 Assists: Season Adriana Farfan 11 2004 Inga Woiwode 11 2004 Vanessa Fischer 10 1996 Inga Woiwode 10 2005 Inga Woiwode 7 2006 Mandi Butler 6 2006 Elizabeth Jones 6 2006 Jami Schliesman 6 1997 Stacey Hammond 6 2003 Inga Woiwode 5 2007 Michelle Baker 5 1997 Assists: Career Inga Woiwode 33 2004-07 Adriana Farfan 16 2004-07 Vanessa Fischer 13 1996-98 Brooke Tumblin 11 2004-07 Michelle Baker 10 1996-99 Mandi Butler 8 2005-08 Elizabeth Jones 8 2005-08 Jami Schliesman 8 1997-98 Kristin Parker 8 2003-05 Tracy D’Allesandro 7 1995-98 Alie Brady 7 2005-06 Katelyn Luby 7 2005-08 Jennifer Walsh 6 1998-99 Katherine Prete 6 2004-07

Points: Season Inga Woiwode 35 2004 Jennifer Walsh 32 1998 Jami Schliesman 30 1997 Michelle Baker 30 1997 Adriana Farfan 29 2004 Michelle Baker 29 1996 Brooke Tumblin 28 2004 Inga Woiwode 27 2006 Jennifer Walsh 26 1999 Michelle Baker 26 1999 Inga Woiwode 23 2007 Points: Career Inga Woiwode 107 2004-07 Michelle Baker 80 1996-99 Brooke Tumblin 71 2004-07 Jennifer Walsh 58 1998-99 Adriana Farfan 48 2004-07 Jami Schliesman 42 1997-98 Mandi Butler 38 2005-08 Brandi McCrae 32 2000-03 Kristin Parker 32 2003-05 Mandi Cannon 28 1996-98 Vanessa Fischer 25 1996-1998 Goals Against Avg.: Season Danielle Beckerle 0.86 2004 Danielle Beckerle 0.97 2007 Danielle Beckerle 1.17 2005 Emily Rhoades 1.19 2008 Danielle Beckerle 1.24 2006 Sara Donaldson 1.65 1999 Annemarie Peterson 1.76 2003 Bobby Gainey 2.17 1998 Jill Ivey 2.52 2000 Bobby Gainey 2.72 1996

Shutouts: Career Bobby Gainey 13 1996-99 Sara Donaldson 5 1999 Emily Rhoades 5 2008-pres. Annemarie Peterson 4 2001-03 Danielle Beckerle 3 2004-07 Team Records: Season Most Wins: 13 2004 Most Losses: 18 2000, 2001 Most Consecutive Wins: 4 2004, 2005 Most Consecutive Losses: 12 2000 Highest Win Percentage: .710 2004 Most Goals Scored: 44 2004 Fewest Goals Allowed: 17 2004 Most Goals Allowed: 118 2000 Most Overtime Games: 10 2007 Most Shots on Goal: 157 2004, 2006 Most Shutouts: 8 2004 Team Records: Game Most Goals Scored: 12 (N. Greenville, 2003; Toccoa Falls, 1998) Most Goals Allowed: 15 (Tusculum, 2000) Individual Records: Game Most Goals: Jennifer Walsh 4 (Toccoa Falls, 1998) Most Assists: Inga Woiwode 4 (Lander, 2005) Most Points: Jennifer Walsh 10 (Toccoa Falls, 1998)

Goals Against Avg.: Career Danielle Beckerle 1.07 2004-2007 Emily Rhoades 1.19 2008-pres. Johanna Rathbun 1.64 2005-06 Sara Donaldson 1.65 1999 Jill Ivey 2.52 2000 Bobby Gainey 2.62 1996-99 Shutouts: Season Bobby Gainey 5.5 1996 Sara Donaldson 5 1999 Emily Rhoades 5 2008 Danielle Beckerle 4 2007 Danielle Beckerle 4 2006 Bobby Gainey 3.5 1998 Danielle Beckerle 3 2004

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OPPONENTS Coker Cobras Location: Hartsville, S.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Conference Carolinas Head Coach: Bethany Grass 2008 Record: 3-15 (2-9 in conf.)

Hartsville, S.C., 8/27, 5:30 p.m.

Limestone Saints

USC Aiken Pacers Location: Aiken, S.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Peach Belt Conference Head Coach: Susan Vodicka 2008 Record: 3-15-2 (1-6-1 in conf.)

Newberry, S.C. 8/29, 2 p.m.

North Alabama Lions

Location: Gaffney, S.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Conference Carolinas Head Coach: Tina Weaver 2008 Record: 8-10-1 (7-4 in conf.)

Location: Florence, Ala. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Gulf South Conference Head Coach: Graham Winkworth 2008 Record: 8-11-1 (3-4-1 in conf.)

Gaffney, S.C., 9/9, 4 p.m.

Newberry, S.C., 9/11, 3 p.m.

Brevard Tornados Location: Brevard, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Shigeyoshi Shinohara 2008 Record: 5-14-1 (1-7 in SAC)

Wingate Bulldogs Location: Wingate, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Gary Curneen 2008 Record: 14-6 (5-3 in SAC)

Erskine Flying Fleet Location: Due West, S.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Conference Carolinas Head Coach: Gary Winchester 2008 Record: 5-14 (5-6 in conf.)

Newberry, S.C. 9/4, 4 p.m.

Mars Hill Lions Location: Mars Hill, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Scott Ginn 2008 Record: 8-10-3 (1-7 in SAC)

Mars Hill, N.C., 9/16, 7 p.m.

Catawba Indians Location: Salisbury, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Chad Miller 2008 Record: 16-5-2 (6-1-1 in SAC)

Newberry, S.C., 9/23, 4 p.m.

Wingate, N.C., 9/26, 4 p.m.

Anderson Trojans

Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters

Lenoir-Rhyne Bears

Location: Harrogate, Tenn. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Helio D’Anna 2008 Record: 11-6-1 (4-4 in SAC)

Location: Hickory, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Adrian Blewitt 2008 Record: 13-6-2 (4-3-1 in SAC)

Location: Anderson, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Conference Carolinas Head Coach: Jason Dowiak 2008 Record: 4-12-1 (3-7-1 in conf.)

Anderson, S.C., 10/7, 7 p.m.

Chowan Hawks Location: Murfreesboro, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Independent Head Coach: Jodi Clugston 2008 Record: 7-10-1

Newberry, S.C., 10/24, 2 p.m.

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Harrogate, Tenn., 10/13, 3 p.m.

Lander Bearcats Location: Greenwood, S.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Peach Belt Conference Head Coach: Chris Ayer 2008 Record: 7-9 (2-5 in conf.)

Newberry, S.C. 10/28, 3 p.m.

Newberry, S.C., 9/30, 5 p.m.

Newberry, S.C., 10/17, 2 p.m.

CarsonNewman Eagles Location: Jefferson City, Tenn. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Phil McNamara 2008 Record: 16-5-1 (7-1 in SAC)

Newberry, S.C. 10/31, 2 p.m.

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West Georgia Wolves Location: Carrollton, Ga. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Gulf South Conference Head Coach: Marisa Kovacs 2008 Record: 8-7-3 (3-3-2 in conf.)

Newberry, S.C. 9/6, 4 p.m.

Charleston Southern Buccaneers Location: Charleston, S.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-I Big South Conference Head Coach: Eric Terrill 2008 Record: 9-6-4 (4-3-3 in conf.)

North Charleston, S.C., 9/19, 2 p.m.

Tusculum Pioneers Location: Greeneville, Tenn. Affiliation: NCAA D-II South Atlantic Conference Head Coach: Mike Joy 2008 Record: 10-9-1 (4-4 in SAC)

Greeneville, Tenn., 10/3, 12 p.m.

Pfeiffer Falcons Location: Misenheimer, N.C. Affiliation: NCAA D-II Conference Carolinas Head Coach: Elijah Denton 2008 Record: 14-9 (8-3 in conf.)

Newberry, S.C., 10/21, 3 p.m.

SAC Championship First Round: Campus Sites ● 11/4 Semifinals: Rock Hill, S.C. ● 11/6 Finals: Rock Hill, S.C. ● 11/8 2008 Champion: Carson-Newman


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at Coker 5:30 p.m. USC AIKEN 2 p.m. ERSKINE 4 p.m. WEST GEORGIA 4 p.m. at Limestone 4 p.m. NORTH ALABAMA 3 p.m. at Mars Hill* 7 p.m. at Charleston Southern 2 p.m. BREVARD* 4 p.m. at Wingate* 4 p.m. CATAWBA* 5 p.m. at Tusculum* 12 p.m. at Anderson 7 p.m. at Lincoln Memorial* 3 p.m. LENOIR-RHYNE* 2 p.m. PFEIFFER 3 p.m. CHOWAN 2 p.m. LANDER 3 p.m. CARSON-NEWMAN* 2 p.m.

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