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GENERAL

Location » Kansas City, Mo. Founded » 1933 Nickname » Kangaroos Colors » Blue & Gold Home Field » Durwood Soccer Stadium & Recreational Field Press Box Phone » (816) 235-5096 Capacity » 850 Enrollment » 14,221 Affiliation » NCAA Division I Conference » The Summit League Chancellor » Leo Morton Director of Athletics » Tim Hall Senior Associate AD/SWA » Carla Wilson Faculty Athletics Representative » Ken Ferguson Athletics Dept. Phone » (816) 235-1036

HISTORY

First Year of Soccer » 2009 All-Time Record » 10-40-7 Summit League » 7-17-3 NCAA Appearances » 0 Last Post Season Appearance » 2011

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach » Chris Cissell Season » Second Alma Mater (Year) » William Jewell (1994) School Record » 8-8-4 Career Record (Years) » 287-100-25 (12) Phone » (816) 235-5309 Email » ccissellc@umkc.edu Assistant Coach » Erica Millay Season » First Alma Mater (Year) » William Jewell (2008) Phone » (816) 235-1696 Email » erg4gb@mail.umkc.edu Graduate Assistant » Lizzy Simonin Alma Mater (Year) » Memphis (2012) Email » eas6w3@mail.umkc.edu

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 CREDITS The 2012 UMKC women’s soccer media guide is a publication of the UMKC Athletics Department. This media guide was designed, written and edited by Ben Bullock, Sports Information Graduate Assistant. Editorial contributions provided by Rob McCutcheon, Sports Information Director and Nik Busch, Sports Information Assistant. Photography provided by Matthew S. Hicks Photography, Stanley Chandler, Matt Potter/OnGoal, LLC., Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association, UMKC Athletics, UMKC University Communications, Place Properties and Google Maps. UMKC Athletics must grant permission prior to the use of any licensed/trademarked logos or symbols. Implied license is granted for accredited media use. For more information, or to obtain licensed marks and usage guidelines, please contact Jessica Dickson, Assistant AD for External Operations at (816) 235-5475. UMKC Nondiscrimination Statement The Board of Curators and UMKC are committed to the policy of no discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or Vietnam era veteran status. The Affirmative Action Office, 354 Administrative Center, 5115 Oak St., Kansas City, Mo., is responsible for all relevant programs. Call 816-235-1323 for information. People with speech or hearing impairments may contact the University by using Relay Missouri, 800-735-2966 (TT) or 800-735-2466 (voice). NCAA Principle of Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct For intercollegiate athletics to promote the character development of participants, to enhance the integrity of higher education and to promote civility in society, student-athletes, coaches, and all others associated with these athletics programs and events should adhere to such fundamental values as respect, fairness, civility, honesty and responsibility. These values should be manifest not only in athletics participation, but also in the broad spectrum of activities affecting the athletics program. It is the responsibility of each institution to: (revised 1/9/96): a.) establish policies for sportsmanship and ethical conduct in intercollegiate athletics consistent with the educational mission and goals of the institution; and (adopted: 1/9/96) b.) educate, on a continuing basis, all constituencies about the policies in Constitution 2.4-(a). (adopted: 1/9/96)

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2011 Overall Record » 8-8-4 2011 Conference Record » 6-2-1 Starters Returning/Lost » 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost » 22/6 Newcomers » 17

SPORTS INFORMATION

Women’s Soccer Contact » Ben Bullock (Graduate Assistant) Email » bebvg5@mail.umkc.edu Office Phone » (816) 235-1053 Cell Phone » (816) 830-4088 Sports Information Director » Rob McCutcheon Email » mccutcheonrb@umkc.com Office Phone » (816) 235-1034 SID Fax » (816) 235-1035 MAILING ADDRESS 5100 Rockhill Road, SRC 201 Kansas City, Mo. 64110

SHIPPING ADDRESS 5030 Holmes, SRC 201 Kansas City, Mo. 64110


NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

NAME Shipley, Meagan Finnell, Jami Kellogg, Kortni Chavez, Tara Schau, Allison Mayer, Zaina Kavan, Klorissa Elver, Alyssa Ranallo, Jenny Rackham, Sophie Simmons, Randi Chrisco, Presley Chavez, Kara Wagoner, Hunter Shaughnessy, Sarah Gann, Ashley Tott, Kaely Shimota, Abby Todd, Sarah Hawn, Catherine Curtis, Katie Andrzejewski, Jordan Malloy, Meagan Wiechens, Amanda Bare, Taylor Monachino, Alex Fassi, Isabella Teson, Erika McGhee, Meredith Tzianos, Nina Andrzejewski, Taylor Wertenberger, Abby Wehmeyer, Tiffany McCarthy, Liseli Blinzler, Becky Clark, Jenna Goetzinger, Megan Chadick, Hannah Chadick, Ellie

POS. GK GK D F MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF MF/F MF MF D D D MF D/MF MF D MF/F F D MF D D/MF GK MF D F MF MF MF GK F D

HT. 5-8 5-8 5-2 5-2 5-7 5-4 5-6 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-2 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-3 5-2 5-2 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-6 5-10 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-9

YR. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. So. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

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HOMETOWN (PREV. SCHOOL) Norton, Ohio (Chippewa HS) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southwest HS) Parkville, Mo. (Maple Woods CC) (Park Hill South HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Maple Woods CC) (Winnetonka HS) Scotts, Mich. (Climax-Scotts HS) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln North Star HS) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southwest HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Iowa State ) (Blue Valley West HS) Lino Lakes, Minn. (Centennial HS) Bromley, England (Hayes HS) St. Louis, Mo. (Maplewood Richmond Heights HS) Overland Park, KS. (Blue Valley HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Maple Woods CC) (Winnetonka HS) Troy, Mo. (Troy Buchannan HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley Northwest HS) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit HS) Liberty, Mo. (Liberty HS) Rosemount, Minn. (Rosemount HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley HS) Waterloo, Ill. (Waterloo HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley Northwest HS) St. Charles, Mo. (St. Charles West HS) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit HS) O’Fallon, Mo. (Fort Zumwalt North HS) Anoka, Minn. (Anoka HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Rockhurst Univ.) (St. Pius X HS) St. Louis, Mo. (Ursuline Academy) St. Charles, Mo. (St. Charles HS) Wildwood, Mo. (Lafayette HS) St. Louis, Mo. (Lingbergh HS) St. Charles, Mo. (St. Charles HS) Eureka, Mo. (Ursuline Academy ) Sedalia, Mo. (Wright State) (Smith-Cotton HS) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Center Place Restoration) Springfield, Mo. (Springfield Catholic HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Ball State) (Blue Valley Northwest HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Ball State) (Blue Valley Northwest HS)

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2012 Season Preview

In 2011, the Kansas City women’s soccer team made significant strides in its quest to become a top program in The Summit League. In only their third year of existence, first year head coach and league coach of the year, Chris Cissell, led the Kangaroos to a school record 8-8-4 (6-2-1 SL) mark, including a six-game winning streak and a Summit League Tournament berth. This season, Kansas City will look to build off its success with 22 players returning along with 18 newcomers.

last season as heavy contributors. Also returning for Kansas City are junior Jordan Andrzejewski and sophomores Jenny Ranallo, Klorissa Kavan, Isabella Fassi, and Presley Chrisco.

As for the newcomers, sophomore Alyssa Elver joins the ‘Roos as a transfer from Iowa State where she appeared in 16 games and notched two assists for the Cyclones, while freshmen Liseli McCarthy, Jenna Clark, Becky Blinzler, Catherine Hawn, and Taylor Andrzejewski will contribute to Kansas City’s 2012 campaign.

THE FORWARDS The forwards are led by Kansas City’s all-time career leader in points (27) and goals (11), junior Taylor Bare. Last season, the Anoka, Minn. native tallied a team-high eight goals on her way to earning league offensive player of the week on Sept. 26 and First Team All-Summit League honors. Senior Tara Chavez, meanwhile, appeared in nine games in her first year as a Kangaroo after transferring from Maple Woods Community College, and will provide depth and experience to the position. Sophomore Hannah Chadick joins the ‘Roos out of Ball State where she appeared in 21 games, including 16 starts, with 16 shots and one goal. Another transfer, sophomore Tiffany Wehmeyer, scored two goals in seven games at Wright State last season. In the freshman class, Hunter Wagoner and Amanda Wiechens will see time as forwards, as well as midfielders. THE MIDFIELDERS The deepest position group on the Kansas City roster is at the midfield position with 19 total student athletes, including seven newcomers. In the senior class, Randi Simmons and Zaina Mayer will lead the way with the help of Kara Chavez. Last season, Simmons appeared in every game tallying two goals and an assist, while Mayer and junior Ashley Gann tied for second on the team in goals scored (3). Gann, meanwhile, led the Kangaroos in assists with four, while Mayer received College Soccer 360 Primetime Performer Honor Roll honors on Oct. 10 and went 2-for-2 in penalty kicking situations, including the game winner at home against Fort Wayne. Providing depth and experience at the midfield spot are junior Sarah Shaughnessy, sophomore Allison Schau, and sophomore Sophie Rackham will look to build off their success

ALLISON SCHAU THE DEFENDERS Last season as freshmen, Sarah Todd and Kaely Tott played and started in each game as defenders. Todd, the Overland Park, Kan. native, earned All-Summit League Second Team and Freshman Team honors along with being named the 19th best player in the league by Top Drawer Soccer. As for the rest of the upperclassmen, seniors Meagan Malloy and Kortni Kellogg are returning for their final seasons, while juniors Alex Monachino and Abby Shimota will battle for playing time. The newcomers are spearheaded by sophomore Ellie Chadick, a transfer from Ball State. In her lone season as a Cardinal, the Overland Park, Kan. native notched one goal and three assists in 20 games, including 17 starts. Freshmen Erika Teson, Abby Wertenberger, Katie Curtis, and Meredith McGhee round out the newcomers for the Kangaroos. GOALKEEPERS Leading the way for the Kangaroos at the keeper spot, after holding down the position for each of the programs first three seasons, is Jami Finnell. In 2011, the Lincoln, Neb. native earned her second career Summit League De-

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fensive Player of the Week honor and led the league saves for the second straight season. Senior Meagan Shipley, returns for her fourth and final season in the Blue & Gold and her last second as a keeper after seeing time as a forward during her freshman and sophomore season. In 2011, the Norton, Ohio native, appeared in three games and allowed one goal, while notching three saves. Providing depth to the keeper position will be freshmen Megan Goetzinger and Nina Tzianos. THE SCHEDULE The ‘Roos open with an exhibition match against Graceland (Iowa) at home on Aug. 14, followed by four out of their first five regular season games on the road beginning at Oklahoma State on Aug. 17, a team that is coming off its best season ever finishing 22-2-2 overall. In the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament, OSU fell 2-1 in overtime to the top-ranked and eventual national champion, Stanford Cardinal. Two days later, UMKC will face former Summit League foe, Oral Roberts, in its home opener. Last season, the Kangaroos beat the Golden Eagles 2-1 in double overtime after a goal by midfielder Randi Simmons in the 105th minute. On Aug. 24, the Blue & Gold will travel to Southeast Missouri State, followed by games against SIU-Edwardsville (Aug. 31) and Green Bay (Sept. 2) in the SIUE Tournament. The Kangaroos will then return home to host the UMKC Tournament on Sept. 7 and Sept. 9 featuring Tulsa, Saint Louis and Florida Gulf Coast. Last season, Tulsa finished over .500 (10-8-3) for the first time since 2000 and reached the Conference USA tourney for the second time ever as it eventually fell 2-1 in overtime to the top-seeded Memphis Tigers in the quarterfinals. As for Florida Gulf Coast, its 2011 campaign ended with 14-5-2 overall record, including its first ever Atlantic Sun Tournament championship and first NCAA Tournament berth in any sport. After the UMKC Tournament, the Kangaroos will travel to face Creighton on Sept. 14 and Drake on Sept. 19. In 2011, UMKC faced both squads at home, coming up short to both Missouri Valley foes. Next up on Sept. 22 and Sept. 24, the Blue & Gold will return home to face Alabama A&M for the first time and Missouri State, who the


Kangaroos fell 2-1 in double overtime on the road last season. Later in the week, UMKC will open up Summit League action with road games at Western Illinois (Sept. 28) and IUPUI (Sept. 30). In 2011, the Kangaroos came away with a 2-1 victory over both squads. On Oct. 7, the ‘Roos will return to Kansas City for a season long three-game home stretch beginning with the newest Summit League member, Nebraska-Omaha. In their matchup last season, UMKC won 2-1 to spark a schoolbest six-game winning streak. UMKC will then face Oakland (Oct. 12) and IPFW (Oct. 14) on Senior Day to closeout its home schedule.

poll. Regular season play kicks off on Aug. 17, with Summit League play starting Sept. 28. The top four teams in the regular season standings will compete for The Summit League Women’s Soccer Championship at Fishback Soccer Park in Brookings, S.D., Nov. 2 & 4. The tournament champion will earn the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Women’s College Cup.

To end the regular season, the Kangaroos will head north to face South Dakota State (Oct. 19), North Dakota State (Oct. 21) and South Dakota (Oct. 27). The Summit League Championships will be hosted by South Dakota State in Brookings, S.D. on Nov. 2 and Nov. 4.

THREE ‘ROOS EARN COLLEGE SPORTS MADNESS FIRST TEAM ALL-LEAGUE TEAM HONORS College Sports Madness announced its Preseason Summit League All-League squads and awards with forward Taylor Bare, defender Sarah Todd, and keeper Jami Finnell earning first team honors to represent the Kangaroos. In 2011, Bare led the Blue & Gold in scoring with 19 points, including a team-high eight goals and finishing second in assists with three on her way to earning first team allleague honors. The Anoka, Minn. native also collected her first career Summit Offensive League Player of the Week award last season after scoring twice against Omaha. Meanwhile, Todd cemented her freshman year campaign with All-Summit League Second Team and Freshman Team honors as she finished second on the team in assists with Bare (3).

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In the net, Finnell led the league in saves for the second straight season with 128 in over 1,800 minutes of action and earned a league defensive player of week award for the second time in her career.

2012 SUMMIT LEAGUE WOMEN’S SOCCER PRESEASON POLL:

TAYLOR BARE

Place

Team/Points (1st)

1.

Oakland, 61 (5)

2.

South Dakota State, 59 (4)

3.

UMKC, 47

4.

North Dakota State, 46

5.

Fort Wayne, 35

6.

IUPUI, 22

Western Ill., 22

8.

Omaha, 16

9.

South Dakota, 16

‘ROOS PICKED TO FINISH THIRD IN THE SUMMIT LEAGUE The Summit League picked the Kangaroos to finish third behind South Dakota State and Oakland. The Golden Grizzlies, who became the first fourth seeded team to win the league championship, landed five first-place votes, while last season’s regular season champion, South Dakota State, collected the remaining four first-place tallies.

SARAH TODD

For the Blue & Gold, it edged out North Dakota State by one point for third place, followed by Fort Wayne in the fifth slot. IUPUI and Western Illinois tied for sixth, while Omaha and South Dakota tied for eighth place to round out the

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2012 Schedule

DATE Tue, Aug 14 Fri, Aug 17 Sun, Aug 19 Fri, Aug 24

OPPONENT Graceland (Exhibition) Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Southeast Missouri

LOCATION Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) at Stillwater, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) at Cape Girardeau, Mo.

TIME 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Fri, Aug 31 Sun, Sep 02

SIUE TOURNAMENT SIU-Edwardsville Green Bay

at Edwardsville, Ill. at Edwardsville, Ill.

7:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m

Fri, Sep 07 Fri, Sep 07 Sun, Sep 09 Sun, Sep 09

UMKC TOURNAMENT Tulsa vs. Florida Gulf Coast Saint Louis Florida Gulf Coast vs. Saint Louis Tulsa

Creighton Drake Alabama A&M Missouri State Western Illinois * IUPUI * Nebraska-Omaha * Oakland * Fort Wayne * South Dakota State * North Dakota State * South Dakota *

Fri, Sep 14 Wed, Sep 19 Sat, Sep 22 Mon, Sep 24 Fri, Sep 28 Sun, Sep 30 Sun, Oct 07 Fri, Oct 12 Sun, Oct 14 Fri, Oct 19 Sun, Oct 21 Sat, Oct 27

Fri, Nov 02 Sun, Nov 04

at Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) at Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) at Omaha, Neb. at Des Moines, Iowa Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) at Macomb, Ill. at Indianapolis, Ind. Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. (DSSRF) at Brookings, S.D. at Fargo, N.D. at Vermillion, S.D.

SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS Semifinals at Brookings, S.D. Championship at Brookings, S.D.

5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. TBD TBD

*Summit League Match All times Central and subject to change.

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he Stanley H. Durwood Soccer Stadium & Recreational Field serves as the official home of the Kangaroos and provides student-athletes, students and community groups with one of the top soccer facilities in The Summit League and the Midwest. The $9 million dollar addition adds to the growing residential feel of the UMKC campus. DSSRF provides seating for 850 fans and a separate addition hosts locker rooms for men’s and women’s soccer, softball and track & field, as well as offices for the respective coaching staffs and concession areas. UMKC officially dedicated Durwood Soccer Stadium & Recreational Field on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009 prior to the men’s soccer game against Western Illinois. This year the men’s soccer team played in front of a record-high 2,155 fans on Aug. 19 battling it out with Rockhurst in an exhibition match.

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Chris Cissell

Head Coach • William Jewell (1994) • Second Season Chris Cissell was hired as the new head coach for the UMKC women’s soccer program in April of 2011. In only his first season, Cissell led UMKC to its best finish at 8-8-4 (6-2-1 SL) in only its third year of existence, including a six-game winning streak, Summit League Tournament berth and a league coach of the year honor. Against No. 2 seed North Dakota State in the semifinal round of the league championships, the Kangaroos fell 2-1 after a goal by the Bison with under two minutes to play. “We definitley made great strides last season as a program and the future looks bright for us if we can continue to get better in all facets of the game,” said Cissell. Before coming to UMKC, Cissell spent a combined 20 seasons at William Jewell as the head coach for the men’s and women ‘s soccer programs, he also served as the director of the soccer programs for the past 11 seasons. While at William Jewell, Cissell compiled a 279-92-21 overall record in his 20 seasons as head coach. In that time, he has achieved top-10 national rankings with both the men’s and women’s soccer programs and compiled three Final Four appearances, two with the men and one with the women. Cissell has had eight squads make NAIA National Tournament appearances. Cissell was named the NSCAA/adidas NAIA Men’s National Coach of the Year in 2006 and was a 2010 National Coach of the Year finalist. He has coached 37 all-Americans and mentored 45 Academic all-Americans. Cissell coached the women’s program to a 165-43-11 overall record in 11 seasons. The Cardinals earned three conference championships, four NSCAA Team Academic Awards and three NSCAA Team Ethics Awards. The 2003 squad finished ranked third in the nation in the top-25 poll and the 2004 squad was the NAIA Region Champions. Cissell was a four-time Heart of America Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and was the 2003 NAIA Region Coach of the Year and NSCAA/adidas Midwest Coach of the Year. He served as the men’s head coach for nine seasons, compiling a 114-49-10 overall record. The Cardinals were the 2006 NAIA Region Champions, earned two conference championships and earned four NSCAA Team Academic Awards. The squad was ranked No. 1 in the National rankings poll for two weeks in 2007 and have consistently been in the top-25 during his time. Cissell was a three-time Conference Coach of the Year and a two-time NAIA Region Coach of the Year. Cissell has served as the Director of the William Jewell College all-Star Soccer Camps and Clinics since 1999. He has also been the Director of Coaching for Premier Youth Soccer Club since July 2000. Cissell was the first-ever Director of Youth Development for the Kansas City Wizards Junior Soccer Club, while coaching a William Jewell. Cissell was elected as the NAIA Region V chair, regional and nation rater, serving from 2005 to the present. He was also a member of the NAIA all-American selection committee from 2005-2011. Prior to his appointment at William Jewell, Cissell worked as the Youth Soccer Sales Manager for the Wizards and the Kansas City Chiefs. Cissell earned his B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in business administration from William Jewell in 1994. He is a CLicensed, United States Soccer Federation coach and holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Diploma.

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Erica Millay

Assistant Coach • William Jewell (2008) • First Season Erica Millay was named the Assistant Coach in February of 2012. Millay was already familiar with the program, serving as a graduate assistant manager in 2011 for the ‘Roos. Millay is no stranger to head coach Chris Cissell either, playing for him at William Jewell from 2004-08. While there she was a two-time All-American and served as team captain for three seasons. She helped the Cardinals to the national tournament in three of her four years as well. Millay earned Academic All-America honors three times in her playing career at WJC, while grabbing a spot on the Dean’s List every year during her time there. She also earned a NSCAA Champion of Character honor as a senior. During her time there, she served as a coach for summer camps under Cissell, and when her career was finished, Millay coached youth soccer in Kansas City. Millay is a graduate of Blue Springs High School, where she played under current Missouri Comets assistant head coach Doug McLagan. She earned all-district, all-conference and all-state accolades there, and led the team to a third place finish in the state as a senior in 2004. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from William Jewell in 2008, with a minor in coaching and performance enhancement. Millay will graduate with her master’s degree in counseling and guidance this May from UMKC. Millay, formerly Greco, was married in the summer of 2011. She and her husband Brett reside in Kansas City.

Lizzy Simonin

Graduate Assistant • Memphis (2012) • First Season Lizzy Simonin is in her first season as a graduate assistant for the Kangaroo women’s soccer program. Hailing from Lee’s Summit, Mo., Simonin attended Lee’s Summit High School and moved on to the University of Memphis. Simonin’s career accolades as a Tiger includes an All-American selection, C-USA Player of the Year honor, and a Lowe’s Senior Class Award winner. Also, she served as a team captain during her junior and senior years. In her final season, the Tigers finished with a 22-1-1 overall record and were ranked as high as third in the nation. Academically, Simonin excelled in the classroom as she was named to the Dean’s List each semester as a Tiger along with receiving Academic All-American honors as a junior and senior.

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Britta Alpen

Student Manager • Senior • First Season Britta Alpen is in her first year as a student manager after appearing in 32 games as a Kangaroo over three seasons as a defender, taking four shots, three of which were on frame. Academically, the Davenport, Iowa native was named to The Summit League Academic AllLeague team as a freshman.

Jimmy Nielsen

Volunteer Goalkeeper Coach • First Season Sporting Kansas City keeper and MLS All-Star, Jimmy Nielsen, is in his first season with the Kangaroos as a special assistant, mainly working with the keepers. Due to head coach Chris Cissell’s pedigree in the Kansas City soccer community, including his relationship with Sporting Kansas City, he was able to connect with Nielsen and make this opportunity happen for the Kangaroos. “This is such a great opportunity for our players, especially the keepers to get the chance to work with a player like Jimmy,” said the reigning Summit League Coach of the Year. Nielsen, hailing from Aalborg, Denmark, is in his third season with Sporting Kansas City and once his playing days are over, he definitely sees a future in coaching. “I love coming out coaching and I’m pretty sure this is my future once I’m done as a player, so it’s good for me to come out and do a little of it now.”

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#22 Jordan Andrzejewski St. Charles, Mo. • St. Charles H.S. • Junior • 5-2 • D

Season GP 2010 10 2011 3 TOTAL 13

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 1 1

2011 -- Appeared in three games... Recorded an assist against Saint Louis on Sept. 11 for her lone point of the season... Named to The Summit League Fall Acadmic All-League Team. 2010 -- Appeared in 10 games as a freshman... Took two shots against IPFW (Oct. 28), placing one on-frame... Was named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-League team.

Shots 2 - -

Shot% SOG . 000 1 - - - -

SOG% . 500 - -

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

Personal -- Born on Jan. 10, 1992... Daughter of Brian and Jenny Andrzejewski... Has three siblings, Taylor, Hannah and Audrey... Father played college football at Air Force Academy and Missouri S&T... played club soccer for seven years... majoring in biological sciences.

High School -- Was a two-time first team all-conference selection and team captain at St. Charles West High School... Played for head coach Mark Olwig... Earned letters in softball and basketball... Was a member of the honor roll all four years and graduated with High Academic Honors... A member of the National Honor Society and was a student council senior representative.

#31 Taylor Andrzejewski

St. Charles, Mo. • St. Charles West H.S. • Freshman • 5-6 • MF High School -- Earned all-conference honors as a junior (2010)… Won a conference championship and was named a team captain during her senior year under head coach Andrew Reynolds (2011)… Played for the Wolfpack (2005-07), Lou Fusz (2008-09), and J.B. Marine (201011) traveling teams… Competed as a volleyball, basketball, and cross country athlete… Was a three-time lettermen in basketball playing the guard and forward positions along with earning all-conference honors and finishing third on the school’s all-time single-season assists list… Earned Most Valuable Player (2010) and Team Player Award (2012) in basketball… Lettered in cross country along with earning an all-conference honor and Sportsmanship Award (twice)… Named Outstanding Senior Female Athlete by her school as a senior… Twotime all-conference all-academic team honoree (2011-12)… Warrior Pride Medalist (2012)… Outstanding Academic Achievement Award winner (2012)… Seven Semester Gold Card Winner (2012)… A member of the National Honor Society, S.T.U.C.O., and Breakfast Club.

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Personal -- Daughter of Brian and Jenny Andrzejewski… Sister of Hannah, Audrey, and current Kangaroo women’s soccer athlete, Jordan… Plans to major in nursing.


#25 Taylor Bare

Anoka, Minn. • Anoka H.S. • Junior • 5-7 • F Season GP 2010 18 2011 20 TOTAL 38

G 3 8 11

A 2 3 5

Pts 8 19 27

Shots 28 50 78

Shot% .107 .160 .141

SOG 13 29 42

SOG% .464 .580 .538

GW 0 3 3

PK-Att 1-2 0-0 1-2

2011-- Played and started in all 20 games... Earned First Team all -Summit League honors... Named the league’s offensive player of the week on Sept. 26 after scoring twice against Nebraska-Omaha on Sept. 24... Named the second best player in The Summit League by Top Drawer Soccer... Led the Kangaroos in goals (8), points (19), shots (50), shots-on-goal (29), shots-on-goal percentage (.580), and gamewinning goals (3)... Tied defender Kaely Tott for second in assists (3)... currently sits first on the all-time UMKC career list in points (27), goals (11), game-winning goals (3), shots-on-goal (42), shots attempted (78)... Sits second on the program’s all-time list in assists (5).

High School -- Was a two-time all-metro, all-conference and all-state player at Anoka High School... Earned all-state tournament team honors and was voted top player in conference as a senior... Scored 34 goals over three years, 17 as a senior... also recorded 16 assists as a senior, 36 over three years... In 2009, team was 7AA sectional champions and placed second at conference... Coached by Paul Anderla... Earned two varsity letters in basketball and track... Was a two-year starter as a point guard... Was a member of the 4x100 and 4x200-meter relay teams that were section 4AAA champions... Was also all-conference in the 4x100-meter relay.

2010 --Started in all 18 games as a freshman... Scored three goals and recorded two assists for eight points... Scored first career-goal in season opener against Valparaiso (Aug. 21)... Scored second goal at Indiana State on Sept. 10... Followed that with an assist in the gamewinning goal at Eastern Illinois (Sept. 12)... Recorded a goal and assist at IUPUI (Oct. 3)... Took 28 shots, placing 13 of them on-goal for a .464 shot-on-frame percentage... Named a Distinguished Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team.

Personal -- Born on Nov. 25, 1991, in Robinsdale, Minn... Daughter of Tracy Bare and David Smith... Has a cousin who is a diver at the University of Minnesota... Played club soccer for The Rush for one year and TC Fire for one year, serving as team captain... Scored 52 goals and had 36 assists in the summer of 2009... Majoring in business.

#35 Becky Blinzler

Overland Park, Kan. • Blue Valley West H.S. • Junior • 5-7 • MF/D High School -- Earned all-conference honors as a junior (2010)… Won a conference championship and was named a team captain during her senior year under head coach Andrew Reynolds (2011)… Played for the Wolfpack (2005-07), Lou Fusz (2008-09), and J.B. Marine (201011) traveling teams… Competed as a volleyball, basketball, and cross country athlete… Was a three-time lettermen in basketball playing the guard and forward positions along with earning all-conference honors and finishing third on the school’s all-time single-season assists list… Earned Most Valuable Player (2010) and Team Player Award (2012) in basketball… Lettered in cross country along with earning

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an all-conference honor and Sportsmanship Award (twice)… Named Outstanding Senior Female Athlete by her school as a senior… Twotime all-conference all-academic team honoree (2011-12)… Warrior Pride Medalist (2012)… Outstanding Academic Achievement Award winner (2012)… Seven Semester Gold Card Winner (2012)… A member of the National Honor Society, S.T.U.C.O., and Breakfast Club. Personal -- Daughter of Brian and Jenny Andrzejewski… Sister of Hannah, Audrey, and current Kangaroo women’s soccer athlete, Jordan… Plans to major in nursing.

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#39 Ellie Chadick

Overland Park, Kan. • Ball State / Blue Valley Northwest H.S. • Sophomore• 5-9 • MF Ball State -- Appeared in 20 games her freshman year while making 17 starts to earn her first letter ... Scored five points on the season on the strength of one goal and three assists ... Fourth on the team with 27 shots ... Scored her first career goal against Marshall (Sept. 16), posting the game-winning tally in the 86th minute ... Handed out an assist on the game-winning goal against IPFW (Sept. 18) ... Also picked up helpers against Northern Illinois (Sept. 25) and Ohio (Oct. 9) ... Posted a career-high seven shots against Buffalo (Oct. 14). High School -- Four-year letterwinner at Blue Valley Northwest High School for coach Rick Pribyl ... Led her team to an 18-3 record and the 6A Kansas State championship, the regional championship and the Eastern Kansas League (EKL) championship as a senior ... Scored 12 goals and handed out 16 assists her senior year ... Earned First Team All-State, All-EKL, All-Metro honors as a senior ... Named Second Team All-State 6A in Kansas as a junior as well as First Team All Eastern

Kansas League and First Team All-Metro ... Earned EKL Honorable Mention honors as a sophomore ... Led Blue Valley Northwest to the 2010 EKL and Regional Championship as well as a 6A State Runner-Up finish ... Guided team to a 2008 Regional Championship and a State Quarterfinal appearance ... Played club soccer for Blue Valley Soccer Club for 10 years for coach Jon Parry ... Led club team to the 2011 and 2010 Midwest Regional League Championships, Midwest Kickoff Classic Championship, Heartland Midwest Classic Championship, Midwest All-Girls Championship and a Hit Tournament Championship ... Guided her club to three straight State Cup Finals appearances ... Threetime EKL Scholar Athlete recipient. Personal -- Daughter of Deanna and Kit Chadick ... Born June 1, 1993 ... Full name is Ellen Carter Chadick ... Has a twin sister, Hannah, who is also a member of the Kangaroos... Has two brothers, Koby and Sam.

#38 Hannah Chadick

Overland Park, Kan. • Ball State / Blue Valley Northwest H.S. • Sophomore• 5-8 • F Ball State -- Appeared in 21 games at Ball State, including 16 starts, to earn his first letter ... Tallied 16 shots on the year ... Scored her first career collegiate goal against Northern Arizona (Sept. 9). High School -- Four-year letterwinner at Blue Valley Northwest High School for coach Rick Pribyl ... Named the 2011 Gatorade Kansas Soccer Player of the Year as a senior ... Led her team to an 18-3 record and the 6A Kansas State championship, the regional championship and the Eastern Kansas League (EKL) championship as a senior ... Earned First Team All-State, All-EKL, All-Metro honors as a senior ... Scored 19 goals and handed out three assists her senior year while leading team to a No. 18 national ranking ... Honored as the EKL Offensive Player of the Year ... Named First Team All-State 6A, First Team All-Metro and AllEKL as a junior ... Led Blue Valley to the 2010 EKL and Regional Championship as well as a 6A State Runner-Up finish ... Guided team to a 2008

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Regional Championship and a State Quarterfinal appearance ... Played club soccer for Blue Valley Soccer Club for 10 years for coach Jon Parry ... Led club team to the 2011 and 2010 Midwest Regional League Championships, Midwest Kickoff Classic Championship, Heartland Midwest Classic Championship, Midwest All-Girls Championship and a Hit Tournament Championship ... Guided her club to three straight State Cup Finals appearances ... Four-time EKL Scholar Athlete recipient. Personal -- Daughter of Deanna and Kit Chadick ... Born June 1, 1993 ... Full name is Hannah Hoag Chadick ... Has a twin sister, Ellie, who is also a member of the Kangaroos... Has two brothers, Koby and Sam.


#13 Kara Chavez

Kansas City, Mo. • Maple Woods C.C. / Winnetonka H.S. • Senior• 5-2 • MF Season GP 2011 1 TOTAL 1

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

2011 -- Appeared in one game against South Dakota State (Oct. 23). Maple Woods C.C. -- Played her freshman and sophomore seasons at Maple Woods, earning second-team all-conference honors as a sophomore at defender. High School -- A two-time first-team all-conference selection at Winnetonka High School for head coach David Flynn... She also earned first-team all-district as a junior, scoring 20 goals... Tallied 20 goals

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SOG% - -

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

again as a senior... A three sport athlete, she was also the setter for the volleyball team, earning first-team all-conference and all-district... She also ran track for four years, and holds four school records... was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll as well. Personal -- Born November 8, 1990... daughter of Paul Chavez... Has six siblings, including twin sister Tara (20), Jason (29), Kasey (27), Tony (24), Joe (22) and Kelsey (18)... Majoring in business administration.

#3 Tara Chavez

Kansas City, Mo. • Maple Woods C.C. / Winnetonka H.S. • Senior• 5-2 • F Season GP 2011 9 TOTAL 9

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

2011 -- Appeared in nine games as a forward... took two shots, registering one on-goal for a .500 shot-on-goal percentage. Maple Woods C.C. -- Played her freshman and sophomore seasons at Maple Woods, earning first-team all-conference at midfield... she was also the team’s leading scorer. High School -- A three-time all-conference selection at Winnetonka High School for head coach David Flynn... she earned honorable mention honors as a sophomore, before being named to the first-team as a junior and a senior... she was named the team MVP and second-team all-region as a junior, scoring 23 goals... also put up 20 goals as a senior,

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Shot% SOG .000 1 .000 1

SOG% .500 .500

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

and holds the school record with six goals in one game... a two-sport athlete, she was also a libero for the volleyball team, earning first-team all-conference and all-region, while setting the school record for digs in a season, game, and career... was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll with a 3.99 GPA, as well as President of DECA. Personal -- Born November 8, 1990... daughter of Paul Chavez... has six siblings, including twin sister Kara, Jason , Kasey , Tony, Joe, and Kelsey... majoring in business administration.

#12 Presley Chrisco

Overland Park, Kan. • Blue Valley H.S. • Sophomore• 5-4 • MF Season GP 2011 0 TOTAL 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots - -

Shot% SOG - - - -

SOG% - -

GW - -

PK-Att -

2011 -- Did not appear in a game.

coach Jon Parry.

High School -- Was a four-time varsity letterwinner... Served as captain as a senior... A three-time EKI honorable mention student-athlete... Played for head coach K. Dean Snell... Also played for the basketball team... Was an EKI Scholar-Athlete... From 2006-10 was a Kansas State finalist as a member of the Blue Valley Soccer Club... played for head

Personal -- Born Jan. 13, 1993... mother is Phyllis Eastham... has four sisters, Brittney, Lindsey, Jacey and Hailey... majoring in elementary education.

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#36 Jenna Clark

Kansas City, Mo. • Center Place Restoration School • Freshman • 5-4 • MF High School -- Four-time all-conference selection and team Most Valuable Player award winner under head coach Steve Engleke… Led team in assists in all four years of competition… Named team captain as a junior and senior… Won the Golden Boot award as a freshman, given to the team’s leading scorer… Named to the Mokan Invitational all-Tournament Team during senior season… She sits first in career goals (84), goals scored in a season (34), goals scored in a game (5), assists in a season (18), career assists (64), most shots in a career (333), most shots in a season (94), most hat-tricks in a career (9), and most games played/started (62) in team history… Was a part of fourstraight conference title teams… Was a four-year basketball athlete and earned all-conference and all-tournament honors three times… Named team most valuable player three times and was a team captain during her junior and senior season’s… Scored over 200 points and holds school records for most steals, forced turnovers, and assists in a season… Was a part of conference championship in 2011-12…

Earned four varsity letters in track & field as a jumper and sprinter… Was a two-time all-conference and all-tournament selection by placing first in four events… Holds school records in the 4x400-meter, 4x200-meter, 300-meter hurdles, and triple jump… Played for the Kansas City Select Brazil traveling team under head coach David Dos Santos (2009-12)… Served as a team captain and scored at least six goals in each season… Academically, was an honor roll student all four years… Earned the Soaring Eagle Award (2009-12), President’s Award (2012), Principal’s Honor Roll (2009-12), and was the Valedictorian for her graduating class… Was a member of student council, Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and Zion’s Ambassadors for Christ Service Club… Personal -- Daughter of Fred and Lisa Clark… Sister to Nicholas and Lacey… Plans to major in biology and minor in psychology.

#21 Katie Curtis

Overland Park, Kan. • Blue Valley Northwest H.S. • Freshman • 5-3 • MF/D High School -- Three-year varsity soccer athlete… Scored two goals, tallied 10 assists, and notched 20 saves as a defender… Earned second team all-conference honors as a junior (2010) along with a Kansas Class 6A conference and state championship under coach’s Rick Pribyl and Elizabeth O’Brien… Participated in volleyball as a freshman… Played for the BV Soccer Club (1998-2003), Kansas City Mystics (200406), and K.C.F.C. Heat (2006-12) traveling teams… Voted as the team

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captain of the Heat in 2010… Four-time honor roll student… Was a Peer Tutor and Special Olympics committee member… Breast Cancer Awareness volunteer… A member of CAPS Law, Kay Club, and Photography Club. Personal -- Daughter of Karen and Jeff Curtis… Sister to Jack and Matt… Plans to major in law.


#7 Alyssa Elver

Overland Park, Kan. • Iowa State / Blue Valley Northwest H.S. • Sophomore • 5-5 • MF Iowa State -- Spent one season at Iowa State where she played in 16 matches totaling 392 minutes... Notched a pair of assists for two points. High School -- Four-time lettermen for coach Alex Aiman...team won the Kansas 6A high school state championship in 2009 and 2010... Squad ranked seventh nationally during the 2009 campaign...Earned honorable mention honors in 2010 in the all-eastern Kansas League...

played club for Jon Parry on Blue Valley Soccer Club Real...Team was four-time (2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011) Kansas State Cup finalist... Played on the 2010 and 2008 Futsal national championship team... Played for the Kansas Olympic Development (O.D.P.) team from 20082010. Personal -- Daughter of Casandra and Adam Elver... Major is currently undecided.

#27 Isabella Fassi

St. Louis, Mo. • Ursuline Academy • Sophomore • 5-9 • MF Season GP 2011 12 TOTAL 12

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

2011 -- Appeared in 12 games as a freshman... Took three shots, placing one on-goal for a .333 shot-on-frame percentage... Named a Distinguished Scholar on The Summit League Fall Acadmeic All-League Team. High School -- A four-year member of the varsity team at Ursuline Academy for head coach Joe Morgan... Earned all-conference honors while helping her team to a district title and a top 10 state ranking (18-5 record) as a senior... Was the class Valedictorian, a St. Louis PostDispatch Scholar Athlete, National Merit Commended Student, and won the Missouri Bright Flight Award... Also the vice-president of Mu

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Shots 3 3

Shot% SOG .000 1 .000 1

SOG% .333 .333

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

Alpha Theta... Played for JB Marine, helping the club to the state final in 2009... Also led the team to a semifinal appearance at the Disney Showcase in 2008... Head coach was Mike Costello. Personal -- Born August 27, 1991... Daughter of Gail and Vince Fassi... Her father Vince played soccer at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, winning the national title in 1972... Has one sibling, Emily (22)... Majoring in sociology.

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#1 Jami Finnell

Lincoln, Neb. • Lincoln Southwest H.S. • Senior • 5-8 • GK Season GP 2009 19 2010 18 2011 20 TOTAL 57

Minutes 1756:27 1679:23 1845:54 5281:44

GA 54 37 30 121

2011 -- Started in all 20 games... Earned her second career Summit League Defensive Player of the Week after collecting five saves in a 2-1 win over IPFW (Oct. 10) and recording four saves in a 2-0 win over Oakland (Oct. 9)... Logged over 1,800 minutes in the back of the net... led the league in saves (128) and saves per-game (6.40) for the third straight season... Recorded three shutouts along with a .810 save percentage... currently program’s all-time leader in saves (412), save percentage (.773), wins (10), shutouts (7), and minutes played (5288). 2010 -- Started in all 18 games at the goalkeeper position... logged in over 1,600 minutes in the back of the net... Led The Summit League for the second straight season in saves (125) and saves-per-game (6.94)... recorded a season-high 11 saves at Cleveland State (Sept. 3), at Drake (Sept. 17), at Creighton (Sept. 22) and at Southern Utah (Oct. 9)... Finished the season with a 1.98 goals-against-average mark... Recorded three shutouts during the season in the 1-0 win at Eastern Illinois (Sept. 12) and with a pair of ties against North Dakota State (Oct. 14) and IPFW (Oct. 28)... Recorded the program’s first win in school history against the Panthers on Sept. 12... Faced over 150 shots. 2009 -- Started all 19 games at the goalkeeper position as a freshman... recorded the program’s first save in the first game in school history against Rockhurst (Aug. 22)... Went on to lead The Summit League with 159 saves... Also led the league in saves-per-game with 8.37... Finished with a career-high 16 saves at North Dakota State (Oct.

GAAvg Saves 2.77 159 1.98 125 1.46 128 2.06 412

Save% W .746 1 .772 1 .810 8 .773 10

L 16 15 8 39

T 1 2 4 7

Sho 1 3 3 7

25)... Ranked 13th in the NCAA for saves in a single game... Helped record the first program win and shutout against Southern Utah on Oct. 16 (finished with 11 saves)... Logged over 1,700 minutes in the back of the net... Was named The Summit League’s Co-Defensive Player of the Week after recording 24 saves against South Dakota and Missouri State... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team. High School -- A four-year letterwinner at Lincoln Southwest High School... Earned all-city goalkeeper, all-Heartland Conference goalkeeper, all-state honorable mention honors and served as a captain as a sophomore and junior... Team was the city champions, Heartland Conference champions and district champions her junior and senior year... Earned all-state goalkeeper honors as a senior... Recorded 10 shutouts and a .50 goals against average... Holds school record for most career shutouts (33), lowest goals-against-average on the season (.47) and career (.65), and fewest goals allowed in one season (6)... Played high school soccer for head coach Alyssa Watson... a member of the honor roll from 2006-09 and academic all-conference in 200609... Also served as the yearbook editor, a member of the American Heart Association and American Red Cross, and a youth soccer coach. Personal -- Born on May 17, 1991... Daughter of Mary Finnell and John Coutts... Has one older brother, John... A member of the ODP team for six years and a five-time Nebraska State champion... Majoring in psychology.

#16 Ashley Gann

Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit H.S. • Junior • 5-5 • MF Season GP 2010 15 2011 19 TOTAL 34

G 2 3 5

A 2 4 6

Pts 6 10 16

2011 -- Played and started in 19 games... Named 17th best player in The Summit League by Top Drawer Soccer... Tied midfielder Zaina Mayer for the second most goals scored (3) behind forward Taylor Bare (8)... Finished second in points (10) and shots (48) also behind Bare... Led the Kangaroos in assists (4)... Recorded 18 shots on goal for a .375 shot-on-goal percentage... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-Summit League Team. 2010 -- Appeared in 15 games, while starting in 13 as a freshman... Scored two goals and tallied two assists for six points... Scored first collegiate goal and recorded an assist in season opener against Valparaiso (Aug. 21)... Scored again against Missouri State (Sept. 26)... Recorded an assist at IUPUI (Oct. 3)... Finished with a .429 shot-on-goal percentage... Took 28 shots, placing 12 on frame... Took a career-high seven shots against the Jaguars... Placed at least on shot-on-goal in five consecutive games... Re-

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Shots 28 48 76

Shot% .071 .062 .066

SOG 12 18 30

SOG% .429 .375 .395

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

corded a career-high three shots-on-goal against Valparaiso and at South Dakota... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team. High School -- Was second team all-conference, first team all-district and all-western region honorable mention as a junior... Served as team captain for the district champions as a junior... Scored 14 goals and recorded three assists as a junior... Played for head coach Dave Wiebenga... Team was conference champions in 2008 and placed third in 2009... Was an academic letterman all four years... Also was an IB Diploma candidate and completed the A+ program... Also involved in FCA and the National Honor Society. Personal -- Born on April 11, 1992 in Kansas City, Mo... Daughter of Jon and Tammy Gann... Has two siblings, Sean and Alyssa... Played club soccer for two years for head coach Neil Kelly with the KC Comets... Majoring in business administration.


#37 Megan Goetzinger

Springfield, Mo. • Springfield Catholic H.S. • Freshman • 5-4 • GK High School -- Four-year varsity soccer athlete under head coach Ben Timson... Played in 90 over matches, while making over 50 starts... Posted an 83-22-1 overall record in the net, while holding school records for most saves (313) and shutouts (41) in a career... Three-time first team all-region selection... Earned Second Team all-State honors and named regional co-keeper of the year as a sophomore... Two-time regional keeper of the year... Two-time First Team all-State honoree... Two-time Second Team all-Ozarks honoree... During senior season, named team captain and state co-keeper of the year along with earning NSCAA Senior Excellence Award... Helped team earn four-straight conference titles along with back-to-back state championships (2010-

11)... Played for the Total Demize Soccer Club (2004-12) under the leadership of head coach Chris Hanlon, where she was a team captain for her final five seasons... Lettered in volleyball as a junior and earned Academic all-State honors... In the classroom, was four-year honor roll student... Earned the Class Salutatorian and Four-year Math Award as a senior... Named a National Commended Scholar in 2011... Was a part of the National Honor Society, Service Executive Board, and Spanish Club. Personal -- Daughter of Jeff and Lynette Geotzinger... Sister to her brother Nick... Plans to major in chemistry (pre-dental).

#20 Catherine Hawn

Waterloo, Ill. • Waterloo H.S. • Freshman • 5-4 • MF High School -- Four-year varsity soccer athlete under head coach Chad Holden... Scored 39 goals and notched 40 assists for 128 points over her career (fourth highest in school history)... Named team captain as a senior along with earning first team all-conference, third team all-metro, all-area, and all-sectional honors... Named to the Alton Invitational All-Tournament Team during senior season... Earned second all-conference honors as a freshman and sophomore... Earned first team all-conference, all-sectional, all-area, and team Most Valuable Player honors as a junior... Four-year lettermen in golf and earned team Most Valuable Player honors as a junior and senior along with finishing second individually in the conference tournament during

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her senior season... Played three years for the J.B. Marine soccer club under head coach Penny Bozesky... Was a member of The National Honor Society and Big Brothers/Big Sisters organizations along with serving as a class officer for the Class of 2012 (Student Council)... Made the Honor Roll list each year. Personal -- Sister of Emily, Charles, and Will, who currently plays golf for Illinois State... Plans to major in electrical engineering.

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#6 Klorissa Kavan

Lincoln, Neb. • Lincoln Southwest H.S. • Sophomore • 5-6 • MF 2011 -- Did not appear in a game... Named a Distinguished Scholar on The Summit League Fall Academic All-League Team.

her work in the classroom... Helped CSA Ambush to a state runnerup finish in 2010, and her former club, CSA Independiente to a state runner-up showing as well... Played for head coach Rudy Wagner... was a member of the Nebraska ODP team as well.

High School -- A three-time honorable mention all-state pick, she was the team captain as a senior... Her final season she earned all-city honors, scoring nine goals and dishing out seven assists at Lincoln Southwest High School, playing for head coach Alyssa Watson... She led her team to three conference titles as well, and to the state semifinals in 2011... She earned Academic All-State in 2010 and 2011, and Academic All-Conference and was a member of the NHS all four years in high school... As a senior she earned the President’s Education Award for

Personal -- Born September 1, 1992... Daughter of Kimberly and Patrick Kavan... Has three siblings, Vanessa (14), Kaydan (11) and Maranda (9)... Majoring in chemistry.

#2 Kortni Kellogg

Parkville, Mo. • Maplewoods C.C. / Park Hill South H.S. • Senior • 5-2 • D Season GP 2011 13 TOTAL 13

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

2011 -- Appeared in 13 games, including one start coming against IUPUI (Sept. 30) as a defender... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-League Team.

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SOG% - -

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

earned first-team all-conference and all-district... As a junior she was named the Defensive Player of the Year, as well as first-team all-conference and all-district... She was also an all-conference honorable mention pick as a sophomore... Played for the KC Heat club soccer team for eight years under head coach Honka Zlitni.

Maple Woods C.C. -- Played her freshman and sophomore seasons at Maple Woods, earning first-team all-region honors during her final season there in 2010.

Personal -- Born October 1, 1990... Daughter of Kim and Rick Kellogg... has three siblings, Kayla (20), Kasey (17), and Ryan (13)... Majoring in early childhood education.

High School -- A second-team all-state selection and team captain as a senior at Park Hill South High School for coach Joe Toigo, she also

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#23 Meagan Malloy

Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit H.S. • Senior • 5-2 • D Season GP 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

19 18 20 57

G 0 3 1 4

A 0 0 0 0

2011 -- Played in all 20 games, starting in 10... Scored one goal on the season coming against North Dakota State (Oct. 21)... Placed three shots on-goal, nine total for a .333 shot-on-goal percentage... Named a Distinguished Scholar on The Summit League Fall Academic allLeague team. 2010 -- Started in all 18 games as a forward... Scored three goals for six points... Scored career-first goal at Youngstown State (Sept. 5)... Scored again at IUPUI (Oct. 3) and at Centenary (Oct. 22)... Placed 14 shots on frame and took 28 total for a .500 shot-on-goal percentage... Recorded a career-high four shots in three games... Named a Distinguished Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team. 2009 -- Started all 19 games as a freshman... Took nine total shots and placed four on frame... Recorded a career-high two shots-on-goal

Pts 0 6 2 8

Shots 9 28 9 46

Shot% .000 .107 .111 .087

SOG 4 14 3 21

SOG% .444 .500 .333 .457

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

against Centenary (Oct. 31)... Named a Distinguished Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team... UMKC Scholar Athlete. High School -- Was a first team all-conference selection as a sophomore and junior under head coach Dave Wiebenga... Member of the Principal’s Honor Roll (2005-08) and the Academic Honor Roll (200508)... also earned an academic letter in 2007 and 2008, and was a member of the National Honor Society from 2008 to 2009... Earned second team all-conference honors in cross country, where she helped her team to a conference championship in 2007. Personal -- Born on July 23, 1991... Daughter of Sheryl Malloy and Phil Malloy... Has two siblings, Ashley and Nick... Majoring in civil engineering.

#5 Zaina Mayer

Lincoln, Neb. • Lincoln North Star H.S. • Senior • 5-4 • MF Season GP 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

18 18 20 56

G 5 0 3 8

A 1 2 1 4

2011 -- Appeared 20 games (15 starts) as a midfielder... Tied midfielder Ashley Gann for the second most goals scored (3) behind forward Taylor Bare (8)... Led the team in assists with four... Went 2-for-2 in penalty kicking situations... Finished with seven points... Named to the weekly College Soccer 360 Primetime Performer Honor Roll on Oct. 10 after scoring the game-winning goal against IPFW (Oct. 7) via penalty kick and an assist against Oakland (Oct. 9)... Took 11 shots, placing four on-goal for a .364 shot-on-goal percentage... Named a Distinguished Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team. 2010 -- Started in all 18 games... Recorded two assists for two points... tallied first assist at Youngstown State (Sept. 5) and second at IUPUI (Oct. 3)... Took 12 shots, placing six of them on goal... Recorded a season-high three shots at South Dakota (Aug. 27)... Named a Distinguished Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League squad. 2009 -- Started 16 games and appeared in 18 contests as a freshman... scored the program’s first goal against Northern Iowa on Sept. 4... Led the `Roos in goals (5), points (11), shots (18) and shots-on-goal (10)... Recorded a .556 shot-on-goal percentage... Recorded one assist against Murray State (Sept. 13)... Scored back-to-back goals in the Panther Invitational... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic

Pts 11 2 7 20

Shots 18 12 11 41

Shot% .278 .000 .273 .195

SOG 10 6 4 20

SOG% .556 .500 .364 .488

GW 0 0 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2

all-League team... Recipient of UMKC’s Sam Davidson Award, which is presented annually to a student-athlete who best exemplifies the ideals of scholarship, sportsmanship and goodwill. High School -- Two-time all-city, all-Heartland Conference and Class A all-State honorable mention honoree... Also earned Nebraska State Activities Association Academic All-State honors... Holds five records at Lincoln North Star High School, including single game goals (5), single season goals (11), career goals (20), single season points (28) and career points (54)... Played for head coach Matt Avery... on the honor roll, a convocation recipient and a scholar athlete award winner all four years... Received an academic letter for a weighted 4.18 GPA in 2009... a member of the National Honors Society in 2008-09... Also a member of the National Forensics League, varsity speech and was the Class A State Speech Finalist in “Informative Public Speaking”... Also a member of the volleyball and basketball teams. Personal -- Born on March 20, 1991, in Galveston, Texas... Daughter of Robert and Marcy Mayer... Has one younger sister, Elaina... A member and team captain of the Region II ODP Championship team, which was the first team (boys or girls) out of the state of Nebraska to win the championship... Majoring in dentistry.

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#34 Liseli McCarthy

St. Louis, Mo. • Hazelwood Central H.S. • Freshman • 5-5 • MF High School -- Four-year varsity soccer player... Earned team Rookie of the Year honors... Two-time team defensive Most Valuable Player... Three-time all-conference honoree... Named team Most Valuable Player along with earning all-area and all-sectional honors as a junior... Named team captain as a senior... Tallied 17 goals and 24 assists for 58 points over her career... Picked to play in the MAC Senior Game... Team placed second in conference, first in regionals, and finished in

the elite eight in Missouri Class 2A competition in 2011 under head coach Patrick Rocco... Played for the J.B. Marine traveling team under head coach Denny Bozesky... Four-time honor roll student... Member of Student Council. Personal -- Daughter of Craig and Bo McCarthy... Sister to Wezi and Tamara... Plans to major in biology.

#29 Meredith McGhee

Wildwood, Mo. • Lafayette H.S. • Freshman • 5-8 • MF/D High School -- Four-year varsity soccer player under head coach Tim Walters... team won two district titles (2009, 2011) and finished second in the district tournament in 2010... Played for the S.L.S.G. traveling soccer team for six years, winning back-to-back State Cup Championships (2007-08)... Played for the J.B. Marine club team for three years (2009-12) under head coach Denny Bozesky and won the Futsal National Championship in 2012... Was a member of the Missouri O.D.P.

(under 17) squad in 2011... Three-year varsity softball player as a third baseman and first team all-conference honoree... Five-time Lafayette Renaissance Academic Award winner... Earned the Scholar Athlete Award in all four years. Personal -- Daughter of Stuart and Donna McGhee... Sister to Paul... Plans to major in law.

#26 Alex Monachino

Kansas City, Mo. • Rockhurst / St. Pius X H.S. • Sophomore • 5-5 • D 2011 -- Did not appear in a game. Rockhurst -- Played defender at Rockhurst for one season as a freshman. High School -- A two-time all-district selection at St. Pius X High School for head coach Todd Ashby... The team captain as a senior, she was also a first-team all-district selection as a junior and a secondteam all-conference and all-district pick as a freshman... Finished her career with 12 goals, and led her team to a fourth place finish in the state in 2009... Also competed in cross country, lettering four years and helping her team to a 13th place finish... Played basketball one year as

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well... she earned academic letters all four years, including NHS, the Citizenship Award in 2007 and 2010, and class awards each year... Was the Student Council President three years, and a representative all four years.. Was a member of KC United and NKC Legends for one year each... Also played for LP United under head coach by Jay Dittman. Personal -- Born November 7, 1991... daughter of Penny and Tim Monachino... has three siblings, Sam (16), Ben (14) and Gabby (14)... majoring in chemistry.

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#8 Sophie Rackham

London, England. • Hayes School • Sophomore • 5-5 • MF Season GP 2011 20 TOTAL 20

G 0 0

A 0 0

2011 -- Played in 20 games as a freshman... Took five shots, placing five of them on-goal for a .200 shot-on-frame percentage. School Team -- Played for head coach Joe Healey at Hayes School... Served as the team captain and led her team to the Kent Cup Final... As a senior she was named the Manager’s Player, and was the Player’s Player honoree during her final two seasons... Also participated in tennis, rounders, table tennis, and indoor rowing, and represented her

Pts 0 0

Shots 5 5

Shot% SOG .000 1 .000 1

SOG% .200 .200

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

district in the London Youth Games... Played for the Millwall Lionesses Football Club for coaches Daniel Mlinar and Aidan Boxall... Also played in the Women’s National Premier League during her final year. Personal -- Born July 13, 1992... daughter of Gilliam Rackham and Michael Rackham... Has two siblings, William (23) and Emily (20)... undecided on a major.

#19 Jenny Ranallo

Lino Lakes, Minn. • Centennial H.S. • Sophomore • 5-3 • MF 2011 -- Did not appear in a game... named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-League Team. High School -- Was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Centennial High School... team was conference champions in 2007, 2009 and 2010... Earned all-conference honorable mention honors as a senior... was a three-team academic letterwinner... Scored six goals and added six

assists as senior... led squad to a 17-1 overall record in 2010... Played for head coach Ginger Flohaug... Played with the St. Croix Spurs from 2008-09... Squad placed second in the Minnesota State Cup... From 2009-10 was with the St. Croix Storm... Coached by Mike Huber. Personal -- Born May 13, 1993... Parents are Bob Ranallo and Peggy Ranallo... Has two siblings, Bobby and Rachel... Major is undecided.

#4 Allison Schau

Scotts, Mich. • Climax-Scotts H.S. • Sophomore • 5-7 • MF Season GP 2011 20 TOTAL 20

G 1 1

A 1 1

2011 -- Played in 20 games, including six starts... Recorded a goal and an assist each for three points... Scored her first career-goal on Oct. 30 against Southern Utah... Recorded her first career-assist on Sept. 2 against Florida International... Took 10 shots, placing five on-goal for a .500 shot-on-frame percentage. High School -- Was a member of the football team as the kicker... Scored an extra point in the playoffs... Earned varsity letters in basketball, softball and track and field... Was a member of the National Honor Society and was the November Student of the Month... Also involved

Pts 3 3

Shots 10 10

Shot% SOG .100 5 .100 5

SOG% .500 .500

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

in the FCA and was a member of the Student Council... Played club soccer for six years with the Kingdom Reserves... Was a state cup finalist in 2007... Went to the USL Super Y League North American Finals in 2008... Team was the Premier I League Champions in 2008... Trained in the summer with the TKO Premier boys club for two years... Played for head coach Rich Labadie. Personal -- Born Sept. 25, 1993... Parents are Richard Schau and Debbie Schau... Has two brothers, Alec and Andrew... Major is undecided.

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#15 Sarah Shaughnessy

Overland Park, Kan. • Blue Valley Northwest H.S. • Junior • 5-7 • MF Season GP 2010 18 2011 19 TOTAL 37

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

2011 -- Played in 19 games, including 12 starts... Took 15 shots, placing three on-goal for a .600 shot-on-goal percentage... Named a Distinguished Scholar on The Summit League Fall Academic All-League. 2010 -- Was named to The Summit League all-Freshman squad at the defender position... Started in all 18 games... Took four shots, placing one of them on-goal... Finished with a career-high two shots at Centenary (Oct. 22)... Named a Distinguished Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League squad. High School -- As a junior was named to the EKL second team and Kansas Sun Times second team defender... In 2008 the squad was the 6A regional champions... A four-year letterwinner for the soccer

Pts 0 0 0

Shots 4 5 9

Shot% .000 .000 .000

SOG 1 3 4

SOG% .250 .600 .444

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

team... Also lettered in cross country and basketball... Coached by Rick Pribyl... A member of the student government, National Honor Society, choir and the Ascension Youth Group... Was a three-year EKL Scholar Athlete. Personal -- Born on June 8, 1992, in St. Louis, Mo... Daughter of Tom and Susan Shaughnessy... Has two brothers, Andrew and Brendan and two sisters, Megan and Anna... Played club soccer for the KCFC Revolution in 2008 and 2009, where they won the Midwest Regional League Red Division U18 championship and were a State Cup finalist... On the Kansas ODP State team that placed fourth at the ODP National Championship in 2009... Majoring in nursing.

#18 Abby Shimota

Rosemount, Minn. • Rosemount H.S. • Junior • 5-8 • D Season GP 2010 18 2011 4 TOTAL 22

G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

2011 -- Appeared in four games... Took two shots, placing one goal for a .500 shot-on-goal percentage... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-League Team. 2010 -- Played in 18 games as a freshman, earned the starting nod in nine... Started in five consecutive games as a defender towards the end of the season... Recorded lone assist of the season at Centenary (10/22)... Took two shots, tallied one on frame against the Ladies. High School -- Played high school soccer at Forest Lake High School as a sophomore and junior, closed out senior season at Rosemount

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Shots 2 2 4

Shot% .000 .000 .000

SOG 1 1 2

SOG% .500 .500 .500

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

High School... Was team captain for Forest Lake and team MVP... Rosemount took third in the Lakes Conference... Was third on the team as a senior with seven points off of seven assists... Coached in high school by Kevin Adams... An academic letterman all four years. Personal -- Born on Sept. 11, 1992, in Burnsville, Minn... Daughter of Tom Shimota and Jo Ann Shimota... Has one sister, Gabrielle... Played club soccer for Bangu Tsunami for three years, where they were state finalists every year... Played for Twin Cities Fire Soccer Club, serving as team captain for one year... Club coach was Cameron O’Malley... Majoring in biology (pre-med).

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#0 Meagan Shipley

Norton, Ohio • Chippewa H.S. • Senior • 5-8 • GK Season GP 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

19 17 3 39

Season GP 2011 3 TOTAL 3

G 1 0 0 1

A 0 0 0 0

Minutes 74:25 74:25

2011 -- Appeared in three games as a keeper and logged over 74 minutes of play... Allowed one goal, while notching three saves for a 1.21 goal-average percentage... Named a Distinguished Scholar on The Summit Fall Academic All-League Team. 2010 -- Earned ESPN Academic District 7 Second Team honors... Appeared in 17 games, started at Eastern Illinois (Sept. 12)... Took four shots during the season... Recorded two shots at Centenary (Oct. 22)... named to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team. 2009 -- Appeared in all 19 games as a freshman, earning the starting nod in 13 contests... Scored first and only collegiate goal against Drake (9/24)... Finished with two points... Took 12 total shots, placing nine on frame for a .750 shot-on-goal percentage... Named a Distinguished

Pts 2 0 0 2

GA 1 1

Shots 12 4 - -

Shot% SOG .083 9 .000 1 - - - -

SOG% .750 .250 - -

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

GAAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho 1.21 3.75 0 0 0 0 0 1.21 3.75 0 0 0 0 0

Scholar and to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team... UMKC Scholar Athlete. High School -- Earned WCAL Goalie of the Year honors in back-to-back years... was First Team Tri-county, first team all-district and an all-Ohio second team selection as a senior... Also earned the coaches award as a senior and was a four-year letterwinner... Team was the conference champion all four years... Earned the academic award from 2005-08 and was an all-Ohio academic selection in 2008... Also lettered in track and field. Personal -- Born on Jan. 15, 1991, in Akron, Ohio... Daughter of Richard and Jeanne Shipley... Has two siblings, Josh and Heather... Majoring in criminal justice and criminology.

#11 Randi Simmons

St. Louis, Mo. • Maplewood Richmond Heights H.S. • Senior • 5-7 • MF Season GP 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

16 18 20 54

G 0 0 2 2

A 2 0 1 3

2011 -- Appeared in 20 games (16 starts) as a midfielder... Scored two goals and notched one assist for five points... Scored her first goal against IPFW (Oct. 7)... Tallied her second goal of the season against Oral Roberts (Oct. 27)... Her lone assist came against Nebraska-Omaha (Sept. 24)... Took nine shots, five of which were on-goal for a .556 shoton-goal percentage. 2010 -- Appeared in all 18 games, earned the starting nod in six... Took 12 shots total, placed five of them on-frame... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team. 2009 -- Started 14 games as a freshman, while appearing in 16 contests... Recorded the program’s first assist on Sept. 4 against Northern Iowa... Led the Kangaroos in assists with two... Recorded two points on the year... Took 12 shots and placed four on goal... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic all-League team.

Pts 2 0 5 7

Shots 12 12 9 33

Shot% .000 .000 .222 .061

SOG 4 5 5 14

SOG% .333 .417 .556 .424

GW 0 0 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

High School -- Three-time first team all-conference selection... Also earned offensive player of the year honors as a freshman... Scored a career-high 29 goals and recorded 10 assists as a junior... Team was a 2007 district finalist, and the 2007 and 2008 conference champions... Holds the school record for single season scoring and the career record for goals scored... Head coach was Amber Godfrey... also earned four letters in basketball... Was a first team all-conference selection twice and the offensive player of the year and team captain for three years... A member of the honor roll all four years... also was a member of the student council, drama club, investment club and a member of Women Who Look Ahead. Personal -- Born on Oct. 5, 1990, in St. Louis, Mo... Daughter of Anthony and Juliet Simmons... Has one younger sister, Race... Played club soccer with Iron Kids Premiere for head coach Tony Sztukowski... Majoring in business.

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#28 Erika Teson

St. Charles, Mo. • St. Charles H.S. • Freshman • 5-8 • D High School -- Earned all-conference honorable mention honors as a freshman... Received first team all-conference honors as a senior... Named to the Ritenour High School All-Tournament Team... Named Outstanding Senior Athlete by the St. Charles County Amateur Sports Hall of Fame... Two-time second team all-conference honoree... Earned Outstanding Most Valuable Player Award as a junior along with the team winning a district title... Led conference in goals as a junior (25)... Tallied 47 goals and 38 assists for 152 points in three seasons under head coach Rod Orrick heading into her senior season... Played

for the J.B. Marine traveling team under head coach Denny Bozesky... Played centerfield in softball all years and earned honorable mention honors in 2009-10... Played basketball for three seasons at the guard and earned all-conference academic honors each season... Won backto-back conference titles (2010-11). Personal -- Daughter to Eric and Debbie Teson... Sister of Korey, Casey, and Cameron... Plans to major in nursing.

#9 Sarah Todd

Overland Park, Kan. • Blue Valley H.S. • Sophomore • 5-7 • D Season GP 2011 20 TOTAL 20

G 0 0

A 2 2

2011 -- Played and started in all 20 games... Earned All-Summit League Second Team and Freshman Team honors as a defender... Named the 19th best player in The Summit League by Top Drawer Soccer... Recorded two assists for two points... Recorded her first career-assist on Oct. 15 against South Dakota... Notched her second career-assist on Oct. 21 against North Dakota State... Took three shots, placing two on-goal for a .667 shot-on-frame percentage... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-League team. High School -- A four-year starter for Blue Valley High School, she earned All-EKL each of her four seasons, three times being named to the first-team... Played for head coach K. Dean Snell, winning the regional title as a senior... Also earned All-Sun honors three times, grab-

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Pts 2 2

Shots 3 3

Shot% SOG .000 2 .000 2

SOG% .667 .667

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

bing first-team as a senior... Team had winning records all four seasons, and posted 28 shoutouts during her career on defense... Also scored nine goals and had three assists in her career... Earned Principals Honor Roll all four years, as well as All-EKL Academic Scholar... Was a member of the Spanish National Honors Society, as well as NHS, and earned the Presidential Community Service Award... Played for the Blue Valley Stars Real for coaches Jon Parry, Chris Duke, and Peter Vermes... Helped the team to the state championship game five years in a row from 2007-2011. Personal -- Born November 25, 1992... daughter of Jeanna and Rodney Todd... Has three siblings, Alex (20), Emily (15) and Anna (10)... Her brother Alex plays soccer at Johnson County C.C... Majoring in nursing.

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#17 Kaely Tott

Liberty, Mo. • Liberty H.S. • Sophomore • 5-4 • D Season GP 2011 TOTAL

20 20

G 0 0

A 3 3

Pts 3 3

Shots 13 13

Shot% SOG .000 5 .000 5

SOG% .385 .385

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

2011 -- Played and started in all 20 games... Finished second in assists tied with Taylor Baylor (3)... Recorded three points... Notched her first career-assist on Oct. 7 against IPFW... Tallied her second career-assist on Oct. 29 against Southern Utah... Recorded her third career-assist on Nov. 4 against North Dakota State... Took 13 shots, placing five on-goal for a .385 shot-on-frame percentage... Named to The Summit League Fall Academic All-League Team.

to a 27-3 overall record... The team also won three conference titles in her four years... Coached by Tom Rotjakob... also competed for the basketball team and the swimming and diving team... Played for KC Select Scream, winning six state titles and advancing to regionals each time... Played for head coach Timo Kibune... Also played for the Missouri State ODP team, winning three regional crowns and advancing to nationals each time.

High School -- Helped Liberty High School to back-to-back Missouri Class 3 State Championships as a junior and senior... As a junior she led the team to a 20-3 overall record, and earned all-district and second-team all-conference honors... During her senior season she was a team captain and helped the club

Personal -- Born November 20, 1992... daughter of Shelly and Bill Tott... Has three siblings, Nicky (25), Josh (23), and Kari (10)... Majoring in physical therapy.

#30 Nina Tzianos

St. Louis, Mo. • Lingbergh H.S. • Freshman • 5-9 • GK High School -- Four-year varsity soccer player... Earned second team all-metro honors as a junior and all-conference honors as a senior... 25 shutouts in four seasons under head coach Mark Geising... Holds a school record for most shutouts in a career... Played two years for the St. Louis Scott Galagher traveling

team under Mali Walton. Personal -- Daughter of Dimitrios and Tracey Tzianos... Sister to Sabrina, Michael, and Nicholas... Undecided on a major.

#14 Hunter Wagoner

Troy, Mo. • Troy Buchannan H.S. • Freshman • 5-4 • MF/F High School -- Three-time first team all-district honoree... Earned second team all-conference as a sophomore... Earned first team all-conference (as a junior and senior), third team all-metro, and second team honorable mention honors... Named conference player of the year along with first team all-state honors as a senior... Holds school records for most goals and points scored in a

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career and single-season under head coach Chad Baldwin... Played for the J.B. Marine traveling team under head coach Denny Bozesky. Personal -- Daughter of Doug and Teresa Wagoner... Sister to Taylor, Kenned, and Camryn... Plans to major in pre-elementary education.

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#33 Tiffany Wehmeyer

Sedalia, Mo. • Wright State / Smith-Cotton H.S. • Sophomore • 5-7 • F Wright State -- Saw action in seven games and scored two goals on seven total shots with five on goal. High School -- Was named the Class 3 District 9 Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All-District as well as First Team All-Central Region Co-Offensive

Player of the Year... Second Team All-State selection as a sophomore... Was an all-district and all-conference selection all four years as she finished her career with 83 career goals.

#32 Abby Wertenberger

Eureka, Mo. • Ursuline Academy • Freshman • 5-10 • D High School -- Named junior varsity captain as a freshman and sophomore... Led the junior varsity squad to district title as a sophomore... Team won a district title, sectional title, earned a co-conference championship, and finished second in the state tournament in her junior season at the varsity level, while notching a goal for two points... Named as a team captain during her senior season under head coach Annie Beekman... Earned all-conference honorable mention honors... Two-time letterman in basketball as a center/forward... Played for both the J.B. Marine Soccer Club and St. Louis Scott Gallagher (200511) traveling squads... Selected to the Red Bull Team North Carolina (2008)...

Earned E.C.N.L. Elite honors in 2010-11... Member of The National Honor Society (2010-12), Farm Club, Nutrition Club, Service Club... Academically, earned the George Washington Carver Award and Academic First Honors... Vice president of the national math honor society, Mu Alpha Theta (2009-12). Personal -- Daughter of Gary and Kim Wertenberger... Sister to Kelly... Plans to major in nursing.

#24 Amanda Wiechens

O’Fallon, Mo. • Fort Zumwalt North H.S. • Freshman • 5-8 • MF/F High School -- Played and started in over 70 games in four years as a varsity soccer athlete under coach’s Eric Delabar and Jackie Layne... As a freshman, she was a first team all-conference and honorable mention all-metro selection along with earning Best Newcomer and Best Offensive Player honors... In her sophomore season, she earned first team all-conference and Best Offensive Player honors for the second straight season... As a junior, scored 24 goals on her to being named Most Valuable Player and Best Offensive Player along with a second team all-conference and honorable mention all-metro selection... Notched 13 goals as a senior on her way to earning first team all-conference

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and third team all-metro honors... Played in the North-South All Star Game... Participated in cross country, track & field, swimming, and softball... Named Most Valuable Player as a shortstop in softball on the junior varsity squad... Played for the J.B. Marine soccer traveling team under head coach Greg Deveroux... Named to the honor roll in all four years. Personal -- Daughter of Teresa and Robert Wiechens... Sister to Kyle... Plans to major in health sciences.

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2011 Overall Stats and Game Results UMKC Soccer UMKC Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 18, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * * * *

Aug 19 Aug 21 Aug 25 09/02/2011 Sept 4 Sep 08 Sep 11 09-16-11 Sep 18 Sep 24 Sep 30 Oct 02 Oct 07 Oct 09 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 27 Oct 29 Nov 04

Opponent ROCKHURST YOUNGSTOWN STATE CREIGHTON at FIU at FAU DRAKE at Saint Louis at Missouri State at #24 Missouri NEBRASKA-OMAHA IUPUI W-WIU at IPFW at Oakland University SOUTH DAKOTA NDSU SDSU at Oral Roberts at Southern Utah vs #2 NDSU

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

OVERALL 8-8-4 6-2-1 2-6-3 Score 0-0 1-1 0-2 3-2 0-4 0-0 1-3 1-2 0-3 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-0 2-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 1-4 1-2

To2 To2 L Wot L To2 L Lo2 L W Wot W W W W To2 L Wo2 L L

HOME 4-2-4 3-1-1 1-1-3

Att. 409 214 249 245 151 383 715 234 348 197 232 269 0 174 259 285 275 100 180 108

UMKC

OPP

23-190 1.15 . 12 1 89-190 .468 9.5 42 2-2

31-334 1.55 .093 167-334 . 500 16.7 102 1-2

8 0

6 0

2772 10/277 1/108

2147 9/239

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Player

25 16 5 4 11 21 10 17 23 19 22 15 9 27 7 18 3 20 13 6 2 1 0

Taylor Bare Ashley Gann Zaina Mayer Cecilee Burdge Randi Simmons Laura Creason Allison Schau Kaely Tott Meagan Malloy Sarah Todd Jordan Andrzejewski Sarah Shaughnessy Sophie Rackham Isabella Fassi Amanda Casalinuovo Abby Shimota Tara Chavez Britta Alpen Kara Chavez Mackenzie Cooper Kortni Kellogg Jami Finnell Meagan Shipley Total Opponents

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Goalie

0 1

Meagan Shipley Jami Finnell Total Opponents

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

gp g a 20 8 3 19 3 4 20 3 1 19 2 1 20 2 1 20 2 0 20 1 1 20 0 3 20 1 0 20 0 2 3 0 1 19 0 0 20 0 0 12 0 0 20 0 0 4 0 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 18 0 0 13 0 0 20 0 0 3 0 0 20 23 17 20 31 21 GP 3 20 20 20

Min. 74:25 1845:54 1920:19 1920:19

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

19 50 .160 29 10 48 .062 18 7 11 .273 4 5 13 .154 6 5 9 .222 5 4 4 .500 3 3 10 .100 5 3 13 .000 5 2 9 .111 3 2 3 .000 2 1 0 .000 0 0 5 .000 3 0 5 .000 1 0 3 .000 1 0 3 .000 1 0 2 .000 1 0 2 .000 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 63 190 .121 89 83 334 .093 167

GA

1 30 31 23

GAAvg Saves

1.21 1.46 1.45 1.08

3 128 136 66

Goals by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 23 31

Shots by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 190 334

Saves by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 136 66

Corners by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 42 102

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 223 200

Fouls by Period UMKC Opponents

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AWAY 4-5 3-1 1-4

27

9 14

11 16

83 89 150 165 65 27 24 47

61 33 16 50

102 111 93 98

2 0

9 8 5 3 2 1

4 7

1 1

9 11 5 3 0 4

6 2

.580 .375 .364 .462 .556 .750 .500 .385 .333 .667 .000 .600 .200 .333 .333 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .468 .500 Pct

.750 .810 .814 .742

3 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8

W-L-T

0-0-0 8-8-4 8-8-4 8-8-4

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

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2011 League Stats UMKC Soccer UMKC Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 18, 2012) Conference games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date * * * * * * * * *

Sep 30 Oct 02 Oct 07 Oct 09 Oct 15 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 27 Oct 29

Opponent IUPUI W-WIU at IPFW at Oakland University SOUTH DAKOTA NDSU SDSU at Oral Roberts at Southern Utah

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

OVERALL 6-2-1 6-2-1 0-0 Score 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-0 2-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 1-4

Wot W W W W To2 L Wo2 L

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

Att. 232 269 0 174 259 285 275 100 180

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OPP

14-86 1.56 .163 42-86 .488 9.6 20 2-2

11-119 1.22 .092 60-119 .504 13.2 32 0-1

4 0

3 0

1320 5/264 0/0

454 4/114

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Player

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Goalie

25 4 5 11 16 23 10 21 17 19 9 15 27 7 3 22 18 13 6 2

1 0

Taylor Bare Cecilee Burdge Zaina Mayer Randi Simmons Ashley Gann Meagan Malloy Allison Schau Laura Creason Kaely Tott Sarah Todd Sophie Rackham Sarah Shaughnessy Isabella Fassi Amanda Casalinuovo Tara Chavez Jordan Andrzejewski Abby Shimota Kara Chavez Mackenzie Cooper Kortni Kellogg Total Opponents Jami Finnell Meagan Shipley Total Opponents

AWAY 3-1 3-1 0-0

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 9 3 3 9 2 1 9 2 1 9 2 0 8 1 2 9 1 0 9 1 0 9 1 0 9 0 2 9 0 2 9 0 0 9 0 0 4 0 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 8 0 0 9 14 11 9 11 5 GP 9 1 9 9

Min. 802:24 45:00 847:24 847:24

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

9 26 .115 5 12 .167 5 6 .333 4 3 .667 4 16 .062 2 5 .200 2 4 .250 2 1 1.000 2 4 .000 2 1 .000 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 39 86 .163 27 119 .092

GA

10 1 11 14

15 .577 6 .500 3 .500 2 .667 8 .500 1 .200 2 .500 1 1.000 1 .250 1 1.000 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 42 .488 60 .504

GAAvg Saves

1.12 2.00 1.17 1.49

44 2 49 28

Goals by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 14 11

Shots by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 86 119

Saves by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 49 28

Corners by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 20 32

Fouls by Period UMKC Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 99 96

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5 6

44 57 28 13 13 13 47 47

7 5

37 58 19 13 7 17 49 47

1 0 4 2 2 2 0 0 0 2

1 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 3 0

Pct

.815 .667 .817 .667

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

W-L-T

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

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

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2011 Summit League Review SUMMIT LEAGUE OVERALL W L T Pct. W L T Pct. xy- South Dakota State 8 0 1 .944 12 6 2 0.650 x- North Dakota State 7 1 1 .833 15 4 2 0.762 x- UMKC 6 2 1 .722 8 8 4 0.500 xz- Oakland 6 2 1 .722 10 11 1 .477 IPFW 4 4 1 .500 7 9 1 .441 Oral Roberts 4 4 1 .500 7 10 2 .421 IUPUI 2 6 1 .278 3 12 4 .263 Southern Utah 2 7 - .222 4 11 3 .306 South Dakota 1 7 1 .167 1 15 3 .132 Western Illinois 1 8 - .111 7 12 - .368 x- School had made the playoffs y- Regular Season Champion z- Won Summit League Championship and NCAA Tournament automatic bid

SUMMIT LEAGUE WOMEN’S SOCCER TOURNAMENT OU SOCCER FIELD • ROCHESTER, MICH. FRIDAY, NOV. 4 (1) South Dakota State, 0 vs. (4) Oakland, 1 (2) North Dakota State 2, vs. (3) UMKC, 1 SUNDAY, NOV. 6 (2) North Dakota State, 1 vs. (4) Oakland, 2 PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS OFFENSIVE Week 1 F, Jenny Teslow (South Dakota) Week 2 F, Meagan Houck (IUPUI) Week 3 MF, Trisha Quinn (Western Ill.) Week 4 F, Lisa Underwood (IPFW) Week 5 MF, Holly Christian (NDSU) Week 6 F, Taylor Bare (UMKC) MF, Holly Christian (NDSU) Week 7 F, Anisha Kinnarath (NDSU) MF, Erin Bello (South Dakota) Week 8 F, Brooklyn Dyce (NDSU) Week 9 F, Maria Grados (ORU) Week 10 F, Serena Grados (Oakland) Week 11 F, Tara O’Toole (IPFW)

ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS/AWARDS FIRST TEAM Taylor Bare, UMKC, So., F Cori Bonte, South Dakota State, Sr., M Julianna Boyle, Oakland, So., M Kayla Braffet, South Dakota State, Sr., F Kat Donovan, South Dakota State, Sr., GK Maria Grados, Oral Roberts, Sr., M Kelli Herman, South Dakota State, Sr., D Abbey Moenkedick, North Dakota State, Sr., D Meghan Reynolds, Oakland, So., F Serena San Cartier, Oakland, So., F Kara Weber, Oakland, Jr., D SECOND TEAM Margaret Allgeier, IUPUI, Sr., D Kalani Bertsch, North Dakota State, Sr., GK Stéphanie Bérubé, South Dakota State, Jr., D Stacey Brinkman, Southern Utah, Jr., F Holly Christian, North Dakota State, Jr., M Nicole DeLuca, Oakland, Jr., M Morgan DeMike, North Dakota State, Sr., F Kelsey Ferguson, South Dakota State, Sr., F Christa Nyblom, South Dakota State, Jr., M Tara O’Toole, IPFW, Sr., F Sarah Todd, UMKC, Fr., D

DEFENSIVE Week 1 D, Abbey Moenkedick (NDSU) Week 2 GK, Charly Booth (Southern Utah) Week 3 GK, Payj O’Shea (Oakland) Week 4 GK, Anne Berschbach (Oakland) Week 5 GK, Victoria Kappel (Western Ill.) Week 6 GK, Breana Fitzgerald (Southern Utah) Week 7 GK, Kat Donovan (SDSU) Week 8 GK, Jami Finnell (UMKC) Week 9 GK, Kalani Bertsch Week 10 GK, Kat Donovan (SDSU) Week 11 GK, Anne Berschbach (Oakland) GK, Kat Donovan (SDSU)

FRESHMEN TEAM Kirsten Anthony, Southern Utah, Fr., M Makenna Cameron, South Dakota, Fr., M Helen Erb, Oral Roberts, Fr., GK Taylor Heidorn, IUPUI, Fr., F Kyla Kellermann, Oakland, Fr., F Anisha Kinnarath, North Dakota State, Fr., F Shelbi Lousch, Oral Roberts, Fr., M Erin Ring, Oakland, Fr., M Taylor Stainbrook, North Dakota State, Fr., D Katrina Stencel, Oakland, Fr., D Sarah Todd, UMKC, Fr., D OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kayla Braffet, South Dakota State DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Abbey Moenkedick, North Dakota State FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Taylor Heidorn, IUPUI

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COACH OF THE YEAR Chris Cissell, UMKC


HISTORY AND RECORDS ATHLETIC HONORS League Coach of the Year 2011........................................... Chris Cissell First Team All-League 2011.............................................Taylor Bare Second Team All-League 2011.............................................Sarah Todd

...........................................*Meagan Malloy ................................................. *Zaina Mayer ........................................... Alex Monachino ................................................Jenny Ranallo ..................................*Sarah Shaughnessy ............................................... Abby Shimota ......................................... *Meagan Shipley ......................................................Sarah Todd .........................................................Kaely Tott

Freshman All-League Team 2011.............................................Sarah Todd 2010...........................Sarah Shaughnessy League Off./Def. Player of the Week 2011.................... Taylor Bare (Offensive) ...........................Jami Finnell (Defensive) 2009..................Jami Finnell (Defensive) League Tournament Appearances 2011

JAMI FINNELL

ACADEMIC HONORS ESPN Academic District 7 Second Team..... Meagan Shiply (2010) League Fall All-Academic Team 2011......................*Jordan Andrzejewski ................................... Amanda Casalinuovo ................................................. Laura Creason ................................................*Isabella Fassi ...................................................Ashley Gann ............................................ *Klorissa Kavan ...............................................Kortni Kellogg

............................................ Randi Simmons *- Distinguished Scholar

Commissioner’s List of Excellence 2011........................Jordan Andrzejewski ......................................................Taylor Bare ...................................................Ashley Gann .............................................Meagan Malloy ................................................... Zaina Mayer ....................................Sarah Shaughnessy ........................................... Meagan Shipley 2010.............................................Britta Alpen ................................... Amanda Casalinuovo ................................................. Laura Creason .............................................Meagan Malloy ................................................... Zaina Mayer ................................................. Alyson Russell ........................................... Meagan Shipley *Bold - Current Player

TAYLOR BARE

2010.......................Jordan Andrewjewski ....................................................*Taylor Bare ............................................ *Audrey Barnard ................................. *Amanda Casalinuovo ............................................... Alyssa D’Egidio ...................................................Ashley Gann .......................................................Amber Hull ...........................................*Meagan Malloy ................................................. *Zaina Mayer ................................................. Alyson Russell ..................................*Sarah Shaughnessy ........................................... Meagan Shipley ............................................ Randi Simmons 2009........................ *Amanda Casalinuovo ....................................*Mary Jane Chandler ................................................. Laura Creason ............................................... Alyssa D’Egidio .................................................... Jami Finnell ...........................................*Meagan Malloy ..................................................Valerie Martin ................................................... Zaina Mayer ....................................... *Lauren Niswander ............................................... *Alyson Russell ................................... Sarah Schultehenrich ......................................... *Meagan Shipley

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SINGLE MATCH RECORDS

4. 3

GOALS Goals 1. 2 2. 1

Player Opp. Taylor Bare Neb.-Omaha 12 Different Players

Date 9/26/11

TAYLOR BARE

ASSISTS Assists 1. 2 2. 1

Player Opp. Taylor Bare South Dakota 12 Different Players

Date 10/15/11

Ashley Gann Ashley Gann Ashley Gann Ashley Gann Meagan Malloy Zaina Mayer Alyson Russell Meagan Malloy Taylor Bare Taylor Bare Taylor Bare Taylor Bare Taylor Bare Taylor Bare Cecilee Burdge Ashley Gann Ashley Gann Ashley Gann Taylor Bare Zaina Mayer Meagan Malloy Alyssa D’Egidio Zaina Mayer Randi Simmons Alyssa D’Egidio

Drake 9/8/11 Saint Louis 9/11/11 Nebraska-Omaha 9/24/11 North Dakota State 11/4/11 South Dakota 8/27/10 North Dakota State 10/25/09 Oral Roberts 10/29/09 South Dakota 8/27/10 Rockhurst 8/19/11 Florida International 9/2/11 Nebraska-Omaha 9/24/11 Oakland 10/9/11 Oral Roberts 10/27/11 Southern Utah 10/29/11 Oral Roberts 10/27/11 Florida International 9/2/11 Florida Atlantic 9/4/11 IUPUI 9/30/11 South Dakota 8/27/10 South Dakota 8/27/10 South Dakota 9/20/09 Oakland 10/2/09 South Dakota State 10/23/09 Centenary 10/31/09

JAMI FINNELL ASHLEY GANN

SAVES

Saves 1. 16 2. 14 3. 12 4. 11 6. 10

POINTS Points 1. 4 2. 3 3 3 5. 2 6. 1

Player Opp. Taylor Bare Neb.-Omaha Taylor Bare IUPUI Ashley Gann Western Ill. Ashley Gann Valparaiso 13 Different Players 11 Different Players

Date 9/26/11 10/3/10 10/2/11 8/21/10

SHOTS

*Bold - Current Player

Shots Player Opp. Date 1. 6 Taylor Bare South Dakota 10/15/11 Ashley Gann Youngstown State 8/21/11 2. 5 Ashley Gann Valparaiso 8/21/10 Randi Simmons IPFW 10/4/09 3. 4 Taylor Bare Missouri State 9/16/11 Taylor Bare Western Illinois 10/2/11

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Opp. Date North Dakota State 10/25/09 South Dakota 9/20/09 Missouri State 9/16/11 Oakland 10/2/09 Southern Utah 10/16/09 Florida International 9/2/11 Florida Atlantic 9/4/11 Drake 9/8/11 Creighton 8/30/09 Missouri State 9/16/09


GOALS

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

Goals Player 1. 8 Taylor Bare 2. 5 Zaina Mayer 3. 3 Ashley Gann 3 Zaina Mayer 3 Taylor Bare 3 Meagan Malloy 3 Alysaa D’Egidio 8. 2 Cecilee Burdge 2 Randi Simmons 2 Laura Creason 2 Ashley Gann

Year 2011 2009 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009 2011 2011 2011 2010

2 Alyson Russell

2009

3. 28 Taylor Bare 28 Ashley Gann 28 Meagan Malloy 6. 18 Zaina Mayer 7. 16 Alyssa D’Egiodio 8. 15 Alyson Russell 9. 13 Cecilee Burdge 10. 12 Zaina Mayer 12 Randi Simmons 12 Meagan Shipley 12 Randi Simmons

2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2011 2010 2010 2009 2009

MINUTES PLAYED (GOALKEEPERS) Minutes Player Year 1. 1845 2. 1756

Jami Finnell Jami Finnell

2011 2011

3. 1679

Jami Finnell

2009

SARAH SHAUGHNESSY

JAMI FINNELL

ASSISTS

Assists Player 1. 4 Ashley Gann 2. 3 Taylor Bare 3 Kaely Tott 4. 2 Sarah Todd 2 Taylor Bare 2 Ashely Gann 2 Zaina Mayer 2 Randi Simmons

POINTS

Points Player 1. 19 Taylor Bare 2. 11 Zaina Mayer 3. 10 Ashley Gann 4. 8 Taylor Bare 5. 7 Zaina Mayer 6. 6 Alysaa D’Egidio 6 Ashley Gann 6 Meagan Malloy

SHOTS

Shots 1. 50 2. 48

Player Taylor Bare Ashley Gann

Year 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2009

Year 2011 2009 2011 2010 2011 2009 2010 2010

Year 2011 2011

SAVES Saves

1. 159 2. 128 3. 125

Player Jami Finnell Jami Finnell Jami Finnell

WINS

Wins Player 1. 8 Jami Finnell 2. 1 Jami Finnell 1 Jami Finnell

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE GAA Player 1. 1.46 2. 1.98 3. 2.77

Jami Finnell Jami Finnell Jami Finnell

SHUTOUTS

Shutouts Player 1. 3 Jami Finnell 3 Jami Finnell 3. 1 Jami Finnell

Year 2009 2011 2009

Year 2011 2010 2009

Year 2011 2010 2009

Year 2011 2010 2009

*Bold - Current Player

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GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Goals 11 8 5 4 4 2 2 2 2

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Assists 6 5 4 3 3 2

CAREER RECORDS Player Taylor Bare Zaina Mayer Ashley Gann Meagan Malloy Alyssa D’Egidio Laura Creason Randi Simmons Cecilee Burdge Alyson Russell

Year 2010-p 2009-p 2010-p 2009-p 2009-10 2009-11 2009-p 2011 2009-10

Player Ashley Gann Taylor Bare Zaina Mayer Randi Simmons Kaely Tott Sarah Todd

Year 2010-p 2010-p 2009-p 2009-p 2011-p 2011-p

6. 20 7. 17 8. 16 9. 15 10. 13 13

Alyssa D’Egidio Alyson Russell Meagan Shipley Laura Creason Cecilee Burdge Kaely Tott

MATCHES PLAYED

Matches 1. 57 57 3. 56 4. 55 5. 54 54 7. 39 8. 38 9. 37 10. 34 34 34

Player Meagan Malloy Jami Finnell Zaina Mayer Amanda Casalinuovo Laura Creason Randi Simmons Meagan Shipley Taylor Bare Sarah Shaughnessy Ashley Gann Britta Alpen Alyssa D’Egidio

2009-10 2009-10 2009-p 2009-11 2011 2011-p

Year 2009-p 2009-p 2009-p 2009-11 2009-11 2009-p 2009-p 2010-p 2010-p 2010-p 2009-11 2009-10

MINUTES PLAYED (MIN. 1,500)

RANDI SIMMONS

Minutes 1. 5288 2. 4478 3. 4466 4. 3895 5. 3802 6. 3276 7. 2938 8. 2752 9. 2751 10. 2607

SAVES

Saves 1. 412 2. 3

POINTS

Points Player 1. 27 Taylor Bare 2. 20 Zaina Mayer 3. 16 Ashley Gann 4. 9 Alyssa D’Egidio 5. 8 Meagan Malloy 6. 7 Randi Simmons 7. 5 Cecilee Burdge 8. 4 Alyson Russell 4 Laura Creason

SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Shots 78 76 46 41 33

Year 2010-p 2009-p 2010-p 2009-10 2009-p 2009-p 2011 2009-10 2009-11

Year 2010-p 2010-p 2009-p 2009-p 2009-p

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Player Jami Finnell Meagan Shipley

Year 2009-p 2009-p

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

GAA 1. 1.21 2. 2.06

WINS

Wins 1. 10

SHUTOUTS

Player Taylor Bare Ashley Gann Meagan Malloy Zaina Mayer Randi Simmons

Player Jami Finnell Amanda Casalinuovo Meagan Malloy Zaina Mayer Laura Creason Taylor Bare Randi Simmons Britta Alpen Alyssa D’Egidio Ashley Gann

Shutouts 1. 7

Player Meagan Shipley Jami Finnell

Year 2009-p 2009-p

Player Jami Finnell

Year 2009-p

Player Jami Finnell

Year 2009-p

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2009 (1-17-1, 1-8 SL) Coach - Anita Rodriguez (1st season) 8/22 at Rockhurst L 0 - 1 8/30 ! vs. Creighton L 0- 3 9/4 ! at Northern Iowa L 1 - 6 9/6 ! at SEMO L 1 - 3 9/11 # at Tennessee-Martin L 0 - 3 9/13 # at Murray State L 2 - 3 9/16 at Missouri State L 0 - 1 9/20 vs. South Dakota T 1 - 1 9/24 vs. Drake L 1 - 2 9/27 vs. Indiana State L 0 - 1 10/2 at Oakland * L 0-8 10/4 at IPFW * L 0 - 2 10/8 vs. IUPUI * L 0 - 3 10/10 vs. Western Illinois * L 1 - 2 (OT) 10/16 vs. Southern Utah * W 2 - 0 10/23 at South Dakota State * L 0 - 5 10/25 at North Dakota State * L 1 - 5 10/29 vs. Oral Roberts * L 1 - 3 10/31 vs. Centenary * L 1 - 2 (OT) ! - Panther Invitational (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) # - Puma Sky Hawk Invitational (Martin, Tenn.)

2010 (1-15-2, 0-7-2 SL) Coach - Anita Rodriguez (2nd season) 8/21 vs. Valparaiso L 2 - 3 8/27 at South Dakota L 0 - 2 9/3 at Cleveland State L 0 - 2 9/5 at Youngstown State L 1 - 2 9/10 at Indiana State L 1 - 2 9/12 at Eastern Illinois W 1 - 0 9/17 at Drake L 0 - 5 9/22 at Creighton L 0 - 3 9/26 vs. Missouri State L 1 - 2 (OT) 10/1 at Western Illinois* L 0 - 1 10/3 at IUPUI* L 2-3 10/9 at Southern Utah* L 0 - 2 10/14 vs. North Dakota State* T 0 - 0 10/16 vs. South Dakota State* L 0 - 3 10/22 at Centenary L 1 - 2 10/24 at Oral Roberts L 0 - 3 10/28 vs. IPFW T 0 - 0 10/30 vs. Oakland L 1 - 2 (OT) 2011 (8-8-4, 6-2-1 SL) Coach - Chris Cissell (1st season) 8/19 ! vs. Rockhurst T 0 - 0 8/21 ! vs. Youngstown State T 1 - 1 8/25 vs. Creighton L 0 - 2 9/2 at Florida Int’l. W 3 - 2 (OT) 9/4 at Florida Atlantic L 0 - 4 9/8 vs. Drake T 0 - 0 9/11 at Saint Louis L 1 - 3 9/16 at Missouri State L 1 - 2 (OT) 9/18 at Missouri L 0 - 3

9/24 at Nebraska-Omaha W 1 - 0 9/30 vs. IUPUI * W 2 - 1 (OT) 10/2 vs. Western Illinois * W 2 - 1 10/7 at IPFW * W 2 - 1 10/9 at Oakland * W 2 - 0 10/15 vs. South Dakota * W 2 - 1 10/21 vs. North Dakota State * T 1 - 1 10/23 vs. South Dakota State * L 0 - 1 10/27 at Oral Roberts * W 2 - 1 (OT) 10/29 at Southern Utah * L 1 - 4 11/4 # vs. North Dakota State L 1 - 2 (L) ! - UMKC Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) # - Summit League Championships (Rochester, Mich.)

UMKC VS. ALL OPPONENTS Alabama A&M___________________________________0-0 Centenary_______________________________________ 0-2 Cleveland State___________________________________ 0-1 Creighton_______________________________________0-3 Drake________________________________________ 0-2-1 Eastern Illinois____________________________________ 1-0 Florida Atlantic __________________________________ 0-1 Florida International_______________________________ 0-1 Green Bay______________________________________0-0 Indiana State_____________________________________ 0-2 IPFW_________________________________________ 1-1-1 IUPUI__________________________________________1-2 Missouri________________________________________ 0-1 Missouri State___________________________________0-3 Murray State_____________________________________ 0-1 Nebraska-Omaha_________________________________ 1-0 North Dakota State______________________________ 0-1-2 Northern Iowa___________________________________ 0-1 Oakland_________________________________________ 1-2 Oklahoma State_________________________________0-0 Oral Roberts____________________________________1-2 Rockhurst_____________________________________ 0-1-1 Saint Louis______________________________________0-1 SIU-Edwardsville________________________________0-0 South Dakota_________________________________ 1-1-1 South Dakota State______________________________0-3 Southeast Missouri______________________________0-1 Southern Utah___________________________________ 1-2 Tennessee-Martin_________________________________ 0-1 Tulsa___________________________________________0-0 Valparaiso_______________________________________ 0-1 Western Illinois__________________________________1-2 Youngstown State______________________________ 0-1-1 *Bold indicates 2012 opponent .

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

G

Britta Alpen 2009-11 Jordan Andrzejewski 2010Taylor Andrezejewski 2012-

H

A

B

C

D E F

Taylor Bare Audrey Barnard Becky Blinzler Cecilee Burdge

20102010 20122011

2010 20122010

Klorissa Kavan

2011-

Sophie Rackham Aerial Rank Jenny Ranallo Alyson Russell

S

T

L M

N

Alyssa D’Egidio 2009-10

Meagan Malloy Valerie Martin Zaina Mayer Liseli McCarthy Meredith McGee Katie Miller Alex Monachino

20092009-10 2009201220122009-10 2011-

Lauren Niswander

2009-10

20112009-

Erika Teson Sarah Todd Kaely Tott Nina Tzianos

2012201120112012-

Jackie Wade Hunter Wagoner Tiffany Wehmeyer Abby Wertenberger Amanda Wiechens

2011 2012201220122012-

U V W

O

2012-

20112009-10 20112009-10

Allison Schau 2011Sarah Schultehenrich 2009-10 Sarah Shaughnessy 2010Abby Shimota 2010Megan Shipley 2009Randi Simmons 2009-

J K

Isabella Fassi Jami Finnell

Jordie Harris Catherine Hawn Amber Hull

R

I

Amanda Casalinuovo 2009-11 Ellie Chadick 2012Hannah Chadick 2012Mary Jane Chandler 2009-10 Kara Chavez 2011Tara Chavez 2011Presley Chrisco 2011Jenna Clark 2012Mackenzie Cooper 2011 Laura Creason 2009-11 Katie Curtis 2012-

Alyssa Elver

Ashley Gann 2010Megan Goetzinger 2012-

P

X

Q

Y Z *Bold type indicates a player currently with the team.

All-Time Coaches

Anita Rodriguez

Chris Cissell

2009-10 2-32-3 (.054) 1-15-2 Summit League (.055)

2011-Present 8-8-4 (.400) 6-2-1 Summit League (.666)

Year 2009 2010

Coach Anita Rodriguez Anita Rodriguez 2-Year Total

Overall 1-17-1 1-15-2 2-32-3

Pct. .052 .100 .054

Conf. 1-8 0-7-2 1-15-2

Pct. .111 .000 .055

Chris Cissell 1-Year Total

8-8-4 8-8-4

.400 .400

6-2-1 6-2-1

.666 .666

2011

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