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ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY 2012 Women’s Soccer Quick Facts

GENERAL INFORMATION

COACHING STAFF

Location: Tulsa, Okla. 74171 Founded: 1963 by Oral Roberts Enrollment: 3,259 (Fall 2011) President: Dr. Mark Rutland Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Vegas Gold, Navy Blue and White Conference: Southland Conference Athletic Director: Mike Carter Athletic Dept. Phone: 918-495-7151 Ticket Office Phone: 918-495-6000 Stadium (Capacity): Case Soccer Complex (1,000)

Head Coach (Alma Mater/Year): Ryan Bush (Oral Roberts / 2003) Career Record: 30-37-4 (5th Season) Record at ORU: Same Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Year): Randy Williams (Oklahoma City/2004) Roger Bush (Tulsa/1996) Office Phone: 918-495-6830

TEAM INFORMATION

MEDIA RELATIONS

2011 Overall Record: 7-10-2 2011 Summit League Record: 4-4-1 Summit League Finish: T-5th

Asst. AD/Media Relations: Blake Freeland (Men’s Basketball, Cross Country, Golf) Office Phone: 918-495-7181 E-Mail: bfreeland@oru.edu

Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 17/5 Newcomers: 9

Assistant Director: Rob Walden (Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Tennis) Office Phone: 918-495-7094 E-Mail: rwalden@oru.edu

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Media Relations Assistant: Eric Scott (Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Track and Field, Baseball) Office Phone: 918-495-6646 E-Mail: escott@oru.edu

Quick Facts....................................................................... 1 City of Tulsa...................................................................... 2 Welcome to ORU.......................................................... 3-4 Athletic Tradition.......................................................... 5-7 Success on a Global Stage................................................ 8 Academics........................................................................ 9 Southland Conference.............................................. 10-12 Case Soccer Complex..................................................... 13 Coach Ryan Bush....................................................... 14-15 Assistant Coaches.......................................................... 16 Roster............................................................................. 17 2011 Statistics........................................................... 18-19 Player Bios................................................................. 20-39 Record Book.............................................................. 40-43 All-Time Results........................................................ 44-46 Record vs. Opponents.................................................... 47 Schedule............................................................Back Cover

Media Relations Office: 918-495-7102 Media Relations Fax: 918-495-7142 Website Address: www.ORUGoldenEagles.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ORUAthletics Twitter: @ORUAthletics @ORUWomenSoccer #ORUWSOC

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In an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions. What began as a small gathering of college administrators nearly 50 years ago, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 11 member universities in four states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current member Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology), the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. The successful transformation continues. On Oct. 11, 2011, the Southland Conference announced the addition of Oral Roberts University, effective for the 2012-13 academic year, marking the league’s first entry into the state of Oklahoma and the Tulsa metropolitan area. Shortly thereafter, on Nov. 21, the Southland announced the addition of Houston Baptist University for the 2013-14 academic year, giving the league an 11th member and its first institution in the region’s largest city, home to significant student-recruitment and alumni bases. In addition to its two newest members, the Southland Conference membership also consists of the University of Central Arkansas, Lamar University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. All told, the membership of the Southland encompasses approximately 120,000 current students and an alumni base of nearly 700,000. Famous alums from current Southland Conference schools include former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), major League Baseball stars Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Mike Miley (Southeastern Louisiana), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas), Grammy Award-winning musicians Don Henley and Rodney Crowell (both Stephen F. Austin), NFL standout Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State), PGA Tour

golfer Chris Stroud (Lamar), award-winning filmmaker Richard Linklater (Sam Houston State, American Idol winner Kris Allen (Central Arkansas), NCAA football coach Charlie Strong (Central Arkansas), TV personality Kathie Lee Gifford (Oral Roberts), and NFL coaching legend O.A. “Bum” Phillips (Lamar, Stephen F. Austin), The cities of the Southland are diverse and progressive, ranging from international business and cultural centers such as Houston, New Orleans, Tulsa and Little Rock, to the historical cities of Nacogdoches, Texas, and Natchitoches, La., to the home of the modern oil boom, Beaumont, Texas, to the unique Cajun French cultures found in the Louisiana cities of Thibodaux and Lake Charles. Southland Conference institutions also draw large numbers of students from the metropolitan areas of Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, Baton Rouge, Austin, and Shreveport. The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. Continuing its tradition of innovation, the league launched the Southland Conference Television Network in the fall of 2008 and has already broadcast more than 130 events. The network is expanding its reach to roughly 11 million households throughout Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma in 2012-13. In its first four years, the regional network has received recognition for its work, earning College Sports Media and Telly Awards on a regular basis. The Southland Conference, in conjunction with the city of Frisco, Texas and Hunt Sports Group, also serves as the host to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game in Frisco, which has been home to the conference headquarters since 2006. The game is played at Frisco’s FC Dallas Stadium. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision leagues in the nation, and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. In 2011, Sam Houston State finished the regular season undefeated and ranked No. 1 nationally, and advanced to the NCAA national championship game. Also, in 2002 and 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest. The conference has been represented in seven national championship games since the league joined the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA) in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 99 Division I playoff games in 30 years, winning 47 of the contests. Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. Originally an NAIA conference, the Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1968. The College Division was re-named NCAA Division II in 1973, and the league played two seasons in that class, before joining Division I in 1975. The Southland was an NCAA Division I-A league from 1978-81, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. During its tenure as a Division I-A conference, the Southland Conference was instrumental in the startup of the Independence Bowl in 1976. The Southland


representative served as the host team of the bowl until 1980, compiling a 2-3 record in those contests. The conference can lay claim to five national championships, including College Division championships through former members Arkansas State (1970, UPI) and Louisiana Tech (1972, National Football Foundation). Louisiana Tech also won the first NCAA-sanctioned national title, winning the Division II playoffs in 1973. Tech followed that with the UPI’s Division II national championship in 1974. Louisiana-Monroe won the 1987 national championship. McNeese State, which has made 14 appearances in the national playoffs, also played in the 1997 NCAA Division I Championship game, while Stephen F. Austin played in the 1989 title contest and has six playoff appearances, including 2009 and 2010. Northwestern State has played in the playoffs six times, and advanced to the semifinals in 1998, while Sam Houston State has earned five trips to the postseason, including the semifinals in 2004. Nicholls State has participated three times in the playoffs, and Central Arkansas made its playoff debut in 2011. On four occasions, the Southland has placed three teams in the NCAA playoffs. The Southland has produced 163 first-team football All-Americans during its history and in 2010, Stephen F. Austin quarterback Jeremy Moses became the first player in Southland history to receive the Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding football player at the FCS level. The Southland is one of five FCS conferences with at least 200 selections (205) in the National Football League draft. The league also ranks third in the FCS with 25 players taken in the draft since 2000 and has 13 former players on NFL rosters heading into the 2012 season. The Southland Conference has also sent such talent to the professional ranks as Buffalo’s Terrence McGee (Northwestern State) and Felton Huggins (Southeastern Louisiana), Minnesota’s Rhett Bomar (Sam Houston State), Jacksonville’s Bryan Smith (McNeese State) and Larry Hart (Central Arkansas), Tennessee’s Jacob Ford (Central Arkansas), Baltimore’s Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State), Seattle’s Dominique Edison (Stephen F. Austin) and Green Bay’s Antonio Robinson (Nicholls State), who became the Southland’s 24th player to win a Super Bowl when the Packers beat Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV in Arlington in 2011. Among the former NFL stars from the Southland include Fred Dean, who was inducted to the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 2008 to become the first former Southland Conference player to earn induction in Canton. Other great NFL players from the Southland include Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Stan Humphries, Bill Bergey, Mike Barber, Fred Barnett, Bubby Brister, Ray Brown, Roger Carr, Larry Centers, Bruce Collie, Jackie Harris, Buford Jordan, Tim McKyer, Kavika Pittman, Billy Ryckman, Rickey Sanders, Eugene Seale, Rafael Septien, Terrance Shaw, Marcus Spears, Pat Tilley and Marvin Upshaw. The Southland Conference has also seen its share of great coaches during its history in Maxie Lambright, Ernie Duplechin, Sam Goodwin, Jack Doland, Bennie Ellender, Bobby Keasler, Larry Lacewell, Bill Davidson, Dennis Franchione, Pat Collins, and Ron Randleman. In addition to football, the Southland Conference can point to a number of accomplishments in all sports. Men’s basketball has experienced a tremendous amount of success during the Southland’s 45-plus years. The league has sent two teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as well as a squad to the NIT Final Four. Basketball stars Karl Malone, Joe Dumars, Jeff Foster, Dwight “Bo” Lamar, Andrew Toney and Mike Oliver played in the Southland Conference. In 2006, Northwestern State, playing as the No. 14 seed in the NCAA tournament, defeated No. 3 seed Iowa, 64-63, in first-round action. The

The Southland Conference Schools

league also saw three of its current teams, including newcomer Oral Roberts, reach the postseason in 2011. Coaches such as Billy Tubbs, Mike Vining, Scotty Robertson, Jack Martin, Andy Russo, Bobby Paschal and Pat Foster have led teams in the Southland. In women’s basketball, the Southland also has its share of tradition with former member Louisiana-Monroe advancing to the 1985 NCAA Women’s Final Four, and Stephen F. Austin sustaining itself as one of the most successful programs in the history of the sport. In 2008, the Ladyjacks became the eighth program in NCAA Division I history to record more than 800 wins. In each of the last three seasons, at least three Southland teams reached the postseason, and in 2011, half of the current members, five (including newcomer Oral Roberts), earned postseason berths. A Southland team has played in the WNIT 12 times, including each of the last six years. Women’s basketball all-stars have included Eun Jung Lee, Lisa Ingram, Portia Hill, Deneen Parker, Katrina Price, and Joskeen Garner, and coaches such as Gary Blair, Linda Sharp, James Smith and Linda Harper. Baseball has emerged as a constant Southland Conference strength with the league earning numerous national rankings and NCAA tournament berths. The Southland consistently ranks among the top-10 conferences in the country. In 2011, 50 of the league’s 150 non-conference victories came against the Big 12, Conference USA, Sun Belt and SEC. Major leaguers such as Ben Sheets, Micah Hoffpauir, Hunter Pence, David Segui, Brian Lawrence, Ben Broussard, Chuck Finley, Jerald Clark, and Terry Matthews once played in the Southland. In 2012, Southeastern Louisiana’s Stefan Lopez became the league’s second winner of the national Stopper of the Year Award, which is selected by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers. Sam Houston State’s Luke Prihoda won the award in 2007. Only the Big 12 Conference has had more players win that award. The Southland also fares well each year in the Major League Draft. Seventeen players were selected in 2012, a year after the league saw 25 players taken in 2011, which matched 1995 for the most in its history. The league, which has had 456 draft picks all time, has had two players, Ben Sheets (Louisiana-Monroe) and Michael Choice (UT Arlington) taken seventh in the draft, marking the league’s highestever draft picks. In 2011, Lamar mentor Jim Gilligan became the first Southland coach to reach 1,200 career victories, ranking him sixth-best in the NCAA among active Division I coaches and 24th all-time. After 26 years as a college head coach, including his last five years at Sam Houston State, Mark Johnson retired following the 2011 season with 1,043 career wins. He is among an impressive list of coaches who have patrolled Southland Conference dugouts, including Mike Bianco, John Cohen, Mitch Gaspard, Smoke Laval, Butch McBroom, Pat Patterson, Tony Robichaux, Dave Van Horn and Jim Wells. Softball continues to enjoy success on a national level, beating nationallyranked opponents every year since 1995, including McNeese State’s win at No. 1 Arizona State early in the 2012 season. In 2011, the league had four wins against ranked opponents, including a win by Stephen F. Austin at No. 3 Texas. In 20 years of NCAA tournament competition the Southland has racked up 15 wins. The Southland also has a proud history in volleyball with former member UT Arlington representing the conference numerous times in the NCAA tournament, including a run to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four in 1989. Track and field has also served as a proud asset for the Southland Conference as the league has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists. The Southland boasts 28 men and three women student-athletes who have won NCAA track and field national championships, including Northwestern State’s Trecey


Southland Conference Demographics School

Location

Population

Enrollment

Central Arkansas

Conway, Ark.

Lamar

59,000

11,578

Bill Stephens Track/Soccer Complex

750

Beaumont, Texas

114,000

14,522

Lamar Soccer Field

500

McNeese State

Lake Charles, La.

90,000

8,941

Cowgirl Field

300

Nicholls State

Thibodaux, La.

15,000

6,404

Nicholls Soccer Field

1,000

Northwestern State

Natchitoches, La.

17,865

9,191

Lady Demon Soccer Complex

1,000

Oral Roberts

Tulsa, Okla.

937,478

3,259

Case Soccer Complex

1,000

Sam Houston State

Huntsville, Texas

39,189

17,618

Pritchett Field

2,100

Southeastern Louisiana

Hammond, La.

20,019

15,414

Southeastern Soccer Complex

1,000

Stephen F. Austin

Nacogdoches, Texas

32,996

12,903

SFA Soccer Complex

2,000

Rew, who won the women’s discus in 2011, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (10,000-meter run) in 2007 and 2008 and McNeese State’s Brad Gebauer (pole vault) in 2007. The league has also produced U.S. Olympic track and field medalists Earl Bell, Thomas Hill, Al Joyner and Charles Austin, Liudmila Litvinova, along with other Olympians. With the addition of 10 more All-Americans in 2012, the league continues to find national success in both indoor and outdoor track and field. In the indoor circuit, the Southland boasts 66 unique all-time All-Americans that have won a combined 11 national championships. Likewise, in the outdoor season, the league has seen 158 different All-Americans, including 128 men and 30 women, who have combined to win 21 national championships. Golf has traditionally been a strong Southland sport as exemplified by Lamar men’s golfer Chris Stroud, who finished third individually at the 2003 NCAA National Championship and is a member of the PGA Tour. Both Stroud and former Southeastern Louisiana golfer Hugo Leon competed in the 2010 U.S. Open. The league has sent multiple teams into postseason play on numerous occasions, including in 2012 when three Southland teams – Lamar, Southeastern Louisiana and UT Arlington – competed in the NCAA tournament. Additionally, during the past four seasons the Southland has sent 10 golfers to compete as individuals in regional play with five in 2009, three more in 2010 and one each in 2011 and 2012. Lamar won a pair of NCAA Division II national championships in 1967 and 1968, and also produced PGA player Ronnie Black. In 2005, Lamar’s Dawie Van Der Walt finished fourth individually and Lamar tied for 12th place at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, before the Cardinals tied for ninth in 2006 and tied for third in 2007. Former Lamar golfer Casey Clendenon advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur in 2007. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 46 consecutive conference matches during a four-year period that began in 2005, while in men’s tennis Texas A&M-Corpus Christi has played in the NCAA tournament four times in the last six years. The conference has increased sponsorship and championship opportunities for female student-athletes in recent years, adding women’s golf and soccer as league sports. The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recognizes

Facility

Capacity

accomplishments off the court for a male and female student-athlete. Also, studentathletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. A record 979 student-athletes appeared on the honor roll following the 2012 spring semester. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. The conference continues to make great strides in the classroom. During the last six years, no other Division I conference has improved its Academic Progress Rate as well as the Southland Conference has. In fact, in 2009-10, the Southland ranked 10th among the 31 Division I leagues in men’s basketball APR. The academic progress the league has shown ultimately leads to higher graduation rates for our student-athletes. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities. Southland Conference 2600 Network Blvd., Suite 150 Frisco, Texas 75034 Phone: 972-422-9500 Fax: 972-422-9225

Name Title Tom Burnett Commissioner Henry Archuleta Assistant Commissioner/Compliance Services Teri Franch Administrative Professional Edd Henderson Associate Commissioner/Financial Operations Calhoun Hipp Director of Communications Jack Key Associate Commissioner/CFO Todd Lamb Assistant Commisioner/Communications Bruce Ludlow Associate Commissioner/Operations Stephanie McDonald Associate Commissioner/Institutional Services Jenny McGhee Associate Commissioner/External Affairs Chris Mycoskie Assistant Commisioner/TV & Electronic Media Stephanie Tracy Assistant Director of Operations Chris Parker Communications Assistant

Ext. 101 102 100 105 110 105 107 106 103 104 109 113 108

Email tburnett@southland.org harchuleta@southland.org tfranch@southland.org ehenderson@southland.org chipp@southland.org jkey@southland.org tlamb@southland.org bludlow@southland.org smcdonald@southland.org jmcghee@southland.org cmycoskie@southland.org stracy@southland.org cparker@southland.org


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book Head Coach Ryan Bush Ryan Bush begins his fifth season as women’s soccer head coach at ORU, where he continues to make the Golden Eagles into a conference championship contender. Last season, the Golden Eagles wrapped up their 2011 campaign with a 4-4-1 record in their final season of Summit League action 7-10-2 overall. In 2010, the Golden Eagles improved on their record from 2009, but narrowly missed the conference tournament with a 9-8-1 mark. Bush produced surprising results from a team made up of mostly freshman and ravaged by injuries for the majority of the year. In 2009, Bush led the Golden Eagles to an 8-9-1 overall mark, including 5-4-0 in Summit League. The five conference victories were the program’s most since 2004. In his first season as women’s head coach (2008) Bush guided ORU to a 6-10-1 overall record and a 3-5-0 Summit League mark, playing the season with just 19 players, seven of whom were freshmen. ORU Athletic Director Mike Carter announced Bush’s hiring in the spring of 2008. Bush is an ORU alum who spent two years playing for the Golden Eagles and most recently served as an assistant under head coach Steve Hayes for the men’s soccer program. “We are very excited to have Ryan Bush as our new women’s soccer coach,” Carter said. “He has done an outstanding job as an assistant under Steve Hayes and is very familiar with the university and to our soccer program. “We believe he will do a great job and continue the success of our women’s soccer program.” During his tenure with men’s soccer, the program saw fast success. In only his second year, the Golden Eagles were ranked as high as No. 23 in the nation, the highest ranking in program history. During the five years, Bush helped guide the Golden Eagles to qualify for the postseason conference tournament each year. “I am very appreciative of this opportunity provided by Mike Carter and the athletic department,” said Bush, “It is a tremendous honor to have the privilege to serve the institution and athletic program that has given me so much over the years, both as a player and coach. I think the women’s soccer program has the potential to have great success going into the future.” Bush is instrumental as the camp director of the “Get Your Kicks” soccer camp that is held every summer on the ORU campus. He also currently serves as the head coach for the Oklahoma Olympic Development program and is serving as a coach of the West Side Alliance Soccer Club. The Sand Springs, Okla., native helped Hayes in all aspects of coaching from; scouting of opponents, game and office administration, Golden Eagles 14

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2008-Present Head Coach, Oral Roberts (30-37-4) 2004-2008 Assistant Coach, Oral Roberts 2003-04 Head Coach, Cascia Hall High School PLAYING CAREER Oral Roberts (2001-02) •2001 Mid-Continent Regular Season Champions Bacone College (1999-2000) •1999 NJCAA Regional Finalist MISCELLANEOUS Hometown: Sand Springs, Okla. High School: Charles Page High School College: Oral Roberts, ‘03


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book recruiting, on-field coaching, off-season conditioning and summer camps.

BUSH YEAR-BY-YEAR

Prior to joining the ORU staff, Bush was the head women’s soccer coach at Cascia Hall High School in Tulsa, Okla., for the 2003-04 season.

Season 2011 2010 2009 2008

Bush was a two-year standout for the Golden Eagles from 2001-02. He was part of the 2001 squad that captured the Mid-Continent Conference regular season crown. Before arriving at ORU, Bush played two years at Bacone College, where he led the team to a national top-25 ranking and a NJCAA Regional Finalist in 2000.

Oral Roberts, 2008-Present Position W-L-T Finish Head Coach 7-10-2 Fifth Place, Summit League Head Coach 9-8-1 Fifth Place, Summit League Head Coach 8-9-0 Fifth Place, Summit League Head Coach 6-10-1 Sixth Place, Summit League

RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Arkansas................................................................................. 0-2-0 UALR....................................................................................... 1-0-0 Arkansas State........................................................................ 2-0-0 Centenary................................................................................3-0-0 Central Arkansas .....................................................................1-0-0 IPFW....................................................................................... 2-0-2 IUPUI...................................................................................... 2-2-0 John Brown............................................................................ 2-0-0 Kansas.................................................................................... 0-2-0 Lamar...................................................................................... 1-0-0 Louisiana-Monroe................................................................... 1-0-1 Loyola Marymount.................................................................. 0-1-0 Middle Tennessee State.......................................................... 1-0-0 Mississippi State ..................................................................... 0-1-0 UMKC...................................................................................... 2-1-0 Missouri State ......................................................................... 1-3-0 North Dakota State................................................................. 1-3-0 North Texas............................................................................. 0-0-1 Northwestern State (La.)........................................................ 1-0-0 Oakland.................................................................................. 1-3-1 Oklahoma............................................................................... 0-2-0 Oklahoma State...................................................................... 0-2-0 Rogers State............................................................................ 1-0-0 Sam Houston State................................................................. 1-0-0 SMU........................................................................................ 1-0-1 South Dakota.......................................................................... 1-0-0 South Dakota State................................................................. 0-4-0 Southern Utah........................................................................ 3-1-0 Southwest Baptist................................................................... 1-0-0 Stephen F. Austin.................................................................... 0-1-0 Texas Tech............................................................................... 0-2-0 Tulsa....................................................................................... 0-3-1 Western Illinios....................................................................... 1-3-0

Bush received his masters in business administration from ORU in 2006, while earning his bachelors in business management in 2003 from ORU. During his playing days in high school, Bush was a first team All-State performer and four year letterman for Charles Page High School. He also played for the Oklahoma Olympic Development program. He currently resides in Tulsa and is pursuing a masters of Divinity from ORU.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book Assistant Coach Randy Williams The 2012 season will mark Randy Williams’ second season as an assistant coach for the ORU women’s soccer team but his first as a full-time assistant. He brought 10 years of coaching experience and more than 23 years of playing experience to the Golden Eagles. Williams got his coaching start as assistant men’s coach and head women’s coach at Harrah Public schools from 2000-2004. He then served as graduate assistant for Oklahoma City University from 2004-2005 before becoming the assistant coach for the Jenks high school men’s soccer team and the head coach of the Jenks junior varsity squad. He served a short stint as the Director of Soccer Operations at the University of Oklahoma from 2008-2009 before joining the Golden Eagles as a part-time assistant in 2010. Beside his regular coaching experience, Williams has also worked as a Soccer coach for summer camps at the University of Texas and Baylor University. Williams, a 2004 graduate of Oklahoma City University, was a four year starter and captain of the OCU men’s soccer team in 2002 and 2003. He was also an All-Region 1st team and honorable mention All-American in 2000. Williams has a bachelor’s degree in english literature and masters in business administration from the Oklahoma City University.

Assistant Coach Roger Bush Roger Bush is in his fourth season as assistant coach of the ORU women’s soccer team after spending the previous seven years at the helm of the Charles Page High School girl’s soccer team. As head coach at Charles Page, Bush took over for a team that hadn’t won a game in three seasons, and posted six consecutive years of improvement, becoming a perennial play-off contender. Under Bush’s tutelage, 10 players earned all-state recognition. Bush was named the 6A District Coach of the Year in 2003 after earning a spot in the playoffs for only the fourth time in school history. In addition to assisting with the ORU women’s soccer team, Bush also serves as the Director of Coaching at the West Side Alliance Soccer Club in Tulsa, and has also coached in the soccer club for 17 years. As Director of Coaching, Bush oversees a staff of 30 professional coaches and over 50 volunteers. Since 1995 when Bush arrived, the number of teams has grown from four to 27, and approximately 75 former players have earned over $2,000,000 in scholarship aid. Bush was named the Oklahoma Soccer Association Men’s Coach of the Year in 2001, and has led seven different teams to national rankings (top 50). Bush earned his bachelor of science degree in biology (pre-med) from the University of Tulsa in 1996, and was the valedictorian of the Charles Page High School class of 1991. Bush has also taught A.P. biology at Charles Page High for the past 12 years. Golden Eagles 16


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2012 Golden Eagles Numerical Roster No. 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Name Maddie Rhodes Helen Erb Rachel Carroll Ashley Martin Kayla Nsien Mary-Kate Halsmer Jennifer Abernathy Leah Bickers Sam Forigone Shelbi Lousch Cheyenne Diggs Allison Hall Jordan Parsons Pippi Haase Madison Valenzuela Lauren Parks Lexie Salas Morgan Giles Tatum Lynn Whitney Booth Mariah Morgan Amber Mitchell Kayla Keller Maddee Loughlin Johanna Sheppard Juelie Scanlon

Position GK GK D MF F F MF D F F D D F MF MF D MF F MF MF MF D F D F D

Height 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-9 5-2 5-9 6-1 5-5 5-2 5-8 5-3 5-1 5-4 5-8 5-2 5-2 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-10 5-8 Golden Eagles 17

Year Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr.

Hometown (Previous School) Tulsa, Okla. (Union HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Home-schooled) Owasso, Okla. (Augustine Christian Acad.) Tulsa, Okla. (Union HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS) Jenks, Okla. (Jenks HS) Broken Arrow, Okla. (Union HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Home-schooled) Tulsa, Okla. (East Central HS) Supula, Okla. (Sapulpa HS) Durant, Okla. (Texas Tech) Tulsa, Okla. (Sapulpa HS) Shawnee, Okla. (Shawnee HS) Olathe, Kan. (Oletha Northwest HS) San Diego, Calif. (Poway HS) Edmond, Okla. (Home-schooled) Duncanville, Texas (Sunset HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Broken Arrow HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City HS) Anza, Calif. (Calvary Chapel HS) Klein, Texas (Klein Oak HS) Edmond, Okla. (Edmond Sante Fe HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Regent Preparatory School) Tulsa, Okla. (Univ. of Arkansas) Broken Arrow, Okla. (Metro Christian HS) West Seneca, N.Y. (St. Mary’s HS)


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book 2011 Schedule and Results Overall: 7-10-2, Summit League: 4-4-1

Date Opponent 8/19 Tulsa 8/21 North Texas 8/26 ^Sam Houston State 8/28 ^Stephen F. Austin 8/30 No. 5 Oklahoma State 9/02 Oklahoma 9/09 Rogers State 9/11 Missouri State 9/16 Southern Utah 9/22 Southwest Baptist 9/25 Kansas 9/30 *South Dakota State 10/02 *North Dakota State 10/13 *IUPUI 10/15 *Western Illinois 10/21 *Oakland 10/23 *IPFW 10/27 *Missouri-Kansas City 10/29 *South Dakota Home games in Bold *Denotes Summit League games ^Tulsa Invitational

Location Case Soccer Complex Denton, Texas Case Soccer Complex Tulsa, Okla. (Univ. of Tulsa) Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Case Soccer Complex Springfield, Mo. Case Soccer Complex Case Soccer Complex Lawrence, Kan. Brookings, S.D. Fargo, N.D. Case Soccer Complex Case Soccer Complex Rochester, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. Case Soccer Complex Case Soccer Complex

Results L T W L L L W L W W L L L W W L T L W

0-1 2-2 3-2 0-4 0-1 1-4 2-0 0-2 4-0 2-1 1-6 0-2 0-1 1-0 2-1 (2OT) 0-6 1-1 (2OT) 1-2 (2OT) 5-3

2011 Team Statistics Overall: 7-10-2 Summit League: 4-4-1 Home: 7-2-0 Away: 0-7-2 Neut: 0-1-0 TEAM STATISTICS ORU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 25-218 39-335 Goals scored per game 1.32 2.05 Shot pct. .115 .116 Shots on goal-Attempts 105-218 149-335 SOG pct. .482 .445 Shots/Game 11.5 17.6 Assists 16 29 CORNER KICKS 65 75 PENALTY KICKS 2-2 0-0 PENALTIES Yellow cards 2 7 Red cards 0 0 ATTENDANCE Total 2695 2948 Dates/Avg Per Date 9/299 9/328 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/148

GOALS BY PERIOD Oral Roberts Opponents

1st 8 22

2nd 16 16

OT 0 0

OT2 Total 1 25 1 39

SHOTS BY PERIOD Oral Roberts Opponents

1st 110 159

2nd 103 159

OT 3 10

OT2 Total 2 218 7 335

SAVES BY PERIOD Oral Roberts Opponents

1st 51 45

2nd 52 32

OT 6 2

OT2 Total 1 110 1 80

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Oral Roberts Opponents

1st 36 42

2nd 29 27

OT 0 2

OT2 Total 0 65 4 75

FOULS BY PERIOD Oral Roberts Opponents

1st 72 74

2nd 69 93

OT 2 5

OT2 Total 0 143 5 177

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book 2011 Individual Statistics ## Name 23 Maria Grados 19 Whitney Booth 10 Whitney Brannan 6 Jennifer Abernathy 5 Mary-Kate Halsmer 11 Anna Van Valin 15 Lauren Parks 17 Megan Giles 12 Jordan Parsons 7 Leah Bickers 8 Shelbi Lousch 18 Tatum Lynn 26 Allison Hall 3 Pippi Hasse 2 Rachel Carroll 16 Lexie Salas 4 Kayla Nsien Total Opponents

GP-GS 17-17 15-10 19-19 17-17 18-12 15-13 18-18 14-11 10-3 19-19 17-17 19-13 13-13 11-1 16-7 1-0 1-0 19 19

GP-GS 00 Helen Erb 13-9 1 Amanda Wheeler 13-8 0 Bree Williams 2-2 TM TEAM Total 19 Opponents19 1684:36 Team saves: 2

G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 9 2 20 33 .273 19 .576 5 2-2 3 2 8 19 .158 10 .526 0 0-0 2 3 7 18 .111 10 .556 0 0-0 2 1 5 42 .048 17 .405 0 0-0 2 1 5 22 .091 10 .455 1 0-0 2 1 5 10 .200 5 .500 0 0-0 2 0 4 16 .125 6 .375 1 0-0 1 1 3 18 .056 7 .389 0 0-0 1 1 3 5 .200 2 .400 0 0-0 1 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 2 2 7 .000 2 .286 0 0-0 0 1 1 17 .000 9 .529 0 0-0 0 1 1 5 .000 3 .600 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 25 16 66 218 .115 105 .482 7 2-2 39 29 107 335 .116 149 .445 10 0-0 Minutes GA 750:31 14 844:05 19 90:00 6 0:00 0 1684:36 39 25 1.34

Avg 1.68 2.03 6.00 0.00 2.08 80

Saves 45 47 16 2 110 .762

Golden Eagles 19

Pct .763 .712 .727 1.000 .738 10

W 4 1 1 0 6 7

L 3 6 1 0 10 2

T 1 1 0 0 2 7

Sho 2 0 0 1 3


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #6 Jennifer Abernathy Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

MF 5-2 Junior Broken Arrow, Okla. Union HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 15 17 32

G 6 2 8

A 1 1 2

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 13 43 .140 22 .512 3 0-0 5 42 .048 17 .405 0 0-0 18 85 .094 39 .459 3 0-0

2011 Started 17 matches in her second season... Scored a pair of goals and assisted on one other... Took a team-high 43 shots... Scored the opening goal in a 3-2 victory over Sam Houston State (8/26)... Assisted on the game-tying goal in ORU’s 2-1 comeback victory over Western Illinois (10/15)... Scored the game-winner in ORU’s season 2010 - Summit League Freshman of the Year - 2nd Team All-Summit League selection - Summit League All-Freshman Team selection - Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (10/11) Appeared in all 15 matches as a freshman... Led the Golden Eagles and tied for 8th in the Summit League with six goals... Tied for 3rd in the conference with three game-winning goals... Also chipped in two assists... Tallied her first career assist in a comeback victory againist Northwestern State (8/22)... Tallied her first career goal in a win over Arkansas State (9/17)... Scored against John Brown one week later... Scored a brace in a comeback win over Summit League rival IPFW (10/10), leading to a Summit League Offensive Player of the Week honor... Came off the bench to score against IUPUI (10/17)... Collected an assist in a victory over Southern Utah (10/22)... Took nine shots and found the back of the net against UMKC (10/24). HIGH SCHOOL 2010 graduate of Union High School in Tulsa, Okla... Helped lead Union to 6A state championships in 2007 and 2008... Member of the 2004 Oklahoma Olympic Development squad... Scored 13 goals as a junior at Union... Helped lead her club team to state championships in 2003 and 2005. PERSONAL Daughter of Malcolm and Patricia Abernathy... Chose ORU over Missouri State, Central Arkansas and Tulsa... Born Sept. 7, 1991. Golden Eagles 20


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #7 Leah Bickers Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

D 5-9 Junior Tulsa, Okla. Home-schooled

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 11 19 30

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0-0 2 3 .333 2 .667 0 0-0

2011 Started all 19 matches for the Golden Eagles in her sophomore campaign... Anchored a back line that collected three shutouts, including blanks of Summit League foes Southern Utah (9/16) and IUPUI (10/13)... Scored her first career goal in a victory over Rogers State (9/9). 2010 Started in nine matches on defense and appeared in 11 overall as a freshman... Took two shots... Helped ORU record a shutout in her collegiate debut, against Central Arkansas (8/20). Before ORU Home-schooled... Starting defender for five-time state champion Hurricane 93 club... Team placed 3rd in Southern Premiere League West Division... Club team was nationally ranked by GotSoccer... Also played varsity basketball for NOAH (Northeast Oklahoma Association of Homeschools), helping the Jaguars to the 6A national championship. Personal Daughter of Clark and Margaret Bickers... Sister of former ORU soccer standout Anna Bickers... Born Jan. 23, 1993.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #19 Whitney Booth Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Defender 5-4 Senior Anza, Calif. Calvary Chapel HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 14 14 15 43

G 3 2 3 8

A 0 3 2 5

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 6 16 .188 10 .625 2 0-0 7 22 .091 12 .545 0 0-0 8 19 .158 10 .526 0 0-0 21 57 .140 32 .561 2 0-0

2011 Played in 15 matches, starting ten... Scored three times and chipped in a pair of assists... Took 19 shots... Scored a consolation goal against Kansas (9/25), her second career tally against the Jayhawks... Sent the Western Illinois (10/5) match to overtime with a 74th minute game-tying goal, leading to an eventual ORU victory... Assisted on ORU’s lone goal in a draw with IPFW (10/23)... Tallied a goal and an assist in ORU’s season-ending win over South Dakota (10/29). 2010 Played in 14 matches as a sophomore, getting 11 starting nods... Scored twice and added three assists... Finished 10th in the Summit League in assists per game... Took 22 shots... Assisted on a goal in ORU’s season-opening win over UALR (8/20)... Contributed an assist on the game-winning goal in a victory over John Brown (9/24)... Scored a goal and assisted on another in a victory over Centenary (10/2)... Tallied ORU’s final goal of the season in the finale against North Dakota State (10/31). 2009 Played in 14 matches as a rookie, with six starts... Tied for second on the team with three goals... Scored her first career goal against Kansas (9/27)... Tallied an overtime Golden Goal against IPFW (10/16), beating the keeper from ten yeards out... Netted the lone goal of the game in ORU’s season-ending victory over Southern Utah (10/31)... Attempted 16 shots. HIGH SCHOOL 2009 graduate of Calvary Chapel HS in Murrieta, Calif. PERSONAL Daughter of Kyle and Debbie Booth... Health & Exercise Science major. Golden Eagles 22


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #2 Rachel Carroll Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Defender 5-4 Junior Owasso, Okla. Augustine Christian Aca.

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 6 16 22

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0

2011 Played in 16 matches as a sophomore, with seven starts... Attempted two shots... Made her first career start against North Dakota State (10/2)... Went the full 90 minutes in a 1-0 shutout win over IUPUI (10/13). 2010 Played in six matches in her rookie season... Made her collegiate debut in a 3-1 victory over Northwestern State (8/22)... Logged minutes in a shutout win over Southern Utah (10/22). HIGH SCHOOL 2010 graduate of Augustine Christian Academy… Oklahoma State Cup Semifinalist in 2007 and 2008… Led her team to the Adidas Gateway Shootout championship... Played forward for the TSC 92 Girls Club team... Also particpated in volleyball and gymnastics... Graduated magna cum laude. PERSONAL Daughter of Charles and Kathy Carroll... Brother, Chad, played for the ORU men’s soccer team... Majors in physical therapy... Chose ORU over Lipscomb, Houston Baptist and others... Born May 10, 1992.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #1 Helen Erb Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Goalkeeper 5-7 Sophomore Tulsa, Okla. Home-school

Career Stats Season 2011 TOTAL

GP Minutes GA GaAvg Saves Save% W 13 750:31 14 1.68 45 .763 4 13 750:31 14 1.68 45 .763 4

L 3 3

T Sho 1 2 1 2

2011 - Summit League All-Freshman Team selection Played in 13 matches as a freshman, with nine starts... Posted a 4-3-1 record between the pipes... Allowed 14 goals and made 45 saves... Tallied a 1.68 goals against averages and a .763 save percentage, leading the Golden Eagles in both categories... Finished 5th in the Summit League in save percentage... Recorded her first career win against Rogers State (9/9)... Played the full 90 minutes and made seven saves in a shutout win over Southern Utah (9/16)... Also recorded a shutout against IUPUI (10/13), making three saves to preserve a 1-0 victory. HIGH SCHOOL Won six state state championships in high school and club soccer… Led her club team to the regional quarterfinals. PERSONAL Daughter of Jeff and Mary Erb… Plans to major in Business Marketing at ORU.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #17 Megan Giles Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-2 Sophomore Tulsa, Okla. Broken Arrow, Okla.

Career Stats OFFENSE GP 2011 14 TOTAL 14

G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 3 18 .056 7 .389 0 0-0 3 18 .056 7 .389 0 0-0

2011 Played in 14 matches as a freshman, with 11 starts... Scored once and assisted on another goal... Assist came in a victory over Sam Houston State (8/26)... Scored a match-tying goal in ORU’s win over Southwest Baptist (9/22)... Took 18 shots. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Broken Arrow High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma... Part of six state championship teams... Earned All-Conference and All-State honorable mention honors... Named Team MVP after her junior year... Scored 13 goals and had 33 assists during her high school career. PERSONAL Born on December 26, 1992 in Tulsa, Okla... Daughter of Kenneth and Jamie Giles... Plans to major in Business Marketing at ORU

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #11 Allison Hall Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Defender 5-8 Senior Tulsa, Okla. Supulpa HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 17 14 13 44

G 0 1 0 1

A 0 1 1 2

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 6 .000 1 .167 0 0-0 3 7 .143 4 .571 0 0-0 1 5 .000 3 .600 0 0-0 4 18 .056 8 .444 0 0-0

2011 Played in 14 matches, all starts, as a junior... Took six shots on the season... Tallied an assist against Southern Utah (9/16), part of a 4-0 shutout victory... Also got the start in a shutout against Rogers State (9/9). 2010 Appeared in 14 matches, with 11 starts in her second season... Scored one goal, a crucial strike against Oakland (10/8) in a double overtime draw... Added one assist, against Lamar (9/10)... Got the start in backto-back shutouts against Southern Utah (10/22) and UMKC (10/24). 2009 Played in and started all 17 matches… Took six shots on goal.... Participated in four shutout victories. HIGH SCHOOL 2009 graduate of Sapulpa High School… All-State, All-District and All-Conference selection for the Chieftains… Also participated in cross country… Graduated with honors… Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Daughter of Rex and Susan Hall… Nursing major.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #5 Mary-Kate Halsmer Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-9 Junior Jenks, Okla. Jenks High School

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 18 18 36

G 5 2 7

A 3 1 4

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 13 21 .238 8 .381 2 0-0 5 22 .091 10 .455 1 0-0 18 43 .163 18 .419 3 0-0

2011 Played in 18 matches in her sophomore campaign, with 12 starting nods... Scored twice and added one assist... Both of her goals and her lone assists came in the season finale against South Dakota (10/29), where she provided the game-winning strike 2010 Played in all 18 matches as a freshman, with 11 starts... Finished second on the team with five goals... Placed 10th in the Summit League in goals scored... Added three assists... Scored a brace in her first career start, a come-frombehind 3-1 win over Northwestern State (8/22)... Scored a 90th minute game-winner against Arkansas State (9/17)... Added a late insurance goal in a win over John Brown (9/24)... Assisted on a goal against Centenary (10/2)... Tallied an assist in a Summit League win over IPFW (10/10)... Scored her final goal of the season in a win over Southern Utah (10/22)... Added an assist two days later in a victory over UMKC. HIGH SCHOOL 2010 graduate of Jenks High School in Jenks, Okla... Played her senior season for the Trojans after previously playing for the NOAH Jaguars... Member of NOAH’s 2006 Region III Southern Regionals participant... Led NOAH to the Southern Regionals quarterfinals in 2008. PERSONAL Daughter of Dominic and Kate Halsmer... Father is Dean of the School of Science and Engineering at ORU. Golden Eagles 27


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #18 Tatum Lynn Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Midfielder 5-4 Junior Oklahoma City, Okla. Putnam City HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 16 19 35

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 1 17 .000 9 .529 0 0-0 1 20 .000 11 .550 0 0-0

2011 Played in all 19 matches, with 13 starting assignments... Active part of the offense, taking 17 shots... Tallied one assist, which came in ORU’s 4-0 victory over Southern Utah (9/16). 2010 Played in 16 games for the Golden Eagles in her first season, with a pair of starting nods... Helped ORU to a 2-0 shutout of UALR (8/20) in her first collegiate match... Took three shots on the season. HIGH SCHOOL 2010 graduate of Putnam City High School... Named All-State and Team MVP as a senior... Also an All-District and All-Conference performer at PCHS... Played club soccer for NOKC United FC... Participated in cross country, where she was a state qualifier. PERSONAL Daughter of Ed and Diana Lynn... Nursing major... Sister, Bailey, played soccer at Rogers State... Born on Oct. 20, 1991.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #15 Lauren Parks Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Defender 5-8 Senior Edmond, Okla. Home-school

Career Stats OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 17 18 18 53

G 1 2 2 5

A 1 1 0 2

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 3 13 .077 6 .462 1 0-0 5 21 .095 13 .619 0 0-0 4 16 .125 6 .375 1 0-0 12 50 .100 25 .500 2 0-0

2011 Played in 18 matches as a junior, all starts... Scored a pair of goals... Was a constant offensive threat from the back line, taking 16 shots... Was a starter in three shutout victories for the Golden Eagles... Scored a game-winning header in a win over Southwest Baptist (9/22)... Netted ORU’s only goal in a draw with IPFW (10/23). 2010 - 2nd Team All-Summit League selection Started all 18 matches of her sophomore season... Scored a pair of goals and assisted on on other... Led the defense to three shutout wins, including unblemished defeats of Southern Utah (10/22) and UMKC (10/24) in consecutive Summit League victories... Found the back of the net for the first time in a win over Centenary (10/2)... Assisted on ORU’s lone goal in a draw with Oakland (10/8)... Added her second goal in the victory over UMKC 2009 - Summit League All-Newcomer Team selection Played in and started all 17 matches... Scored one goal and was credited with one assist... Lone goal was a game-winner against Louisiana-Monroe (9/4)... Assist was part of a 2-0 win over Centenary (10/10)... Led a defense that registered four shutout victories, including a 1-0 win over SMU (8/21) in her collegiate debut. HIGH SCHOOL Home-schooled, but participated in athletics for Edmond North High School... All-City selection... Led her club team to eight Oklahoma championships, four regional titles and a national finals appearance in 2005... Also played basketball, earning Homeschool All-American honors by MaxPreps.com in 2008. PERSONAL Daughter of Bryan and Roxanne Parks... Nursing major... Chose ORU over Baylor, Kansas, Oklahoma, SMU, Tulsa and TCU. Golden Eagles 29


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #12 Jordan Parsons Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-3 Junior Shawnee, Okla. Shawnee HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 16 10 26

G 2 1 3

A 2 1 3

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 6 14 .143 9 .643 1 0-0 3 5 .200 2 .400 0 0-0 9 19 .158 11 .579 1 0-0

2011 Played in ten matches as a sophomore, collecting three starts... Scored once and assisted on one other goal... Tallied both her goal and her assist in a win over Sam Houston State (8/26). 2010 Played in 16 games as a freshman, with five starting assignments... Scored a pair of goals and added two assists... Took 14 shots on the season... Tallied an assist in her first collegiate game, a win over UALR (8/20)... Chipped in another assist in a victory over Northwestern State (8/22)... Scored her first career goal in a victory over Lamar (9/10)... Found the back of the net for a second time in Summit League win over IPFW (10/10). HIGH SCHOOL 2010 graduate of Shawnee High School in Shawnee, Okla... Earned All-State honors as a senior after scoring a school-record 31 goals with seven assists... Named team’s Offensive MVP all four seasons... Coached by Justin McCain. PERSONAL Daughter of David and Nia Parsons.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #16 Lexie Salas Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-2 Senior Duncanville, Texas Sunset HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 14 18 1 33

G 0 0 0 0

A 3 1 0 4

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 3 7 .000 4 .571 0 0-0 1 10 .000 6 .600 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 4 17 .000 10 .588 0 0-0

2011 Played in just one match. 2010 Played in all 18 matches as a sophomore, with 13 starts... Took ten shots on the season... Assisted on a goal in ORU’s win over Centenary (10/2). 2009 Played in 13 matches, with three starts... Tied for team lead with three assists... Assisted on goals against North Dakota State (10/2), Centenary (10/10) and IUPUI (10/23)... Finished 8th in the Summit League in assists per game... Attempted seven shots. HIGH SCHOOL 2009 graduate of Sunset High School in Dallas... District MVP as a senior... Named District Newcomer of the Year as a freshman... Helped lead Sunset to a district championship. PERSONAL Daughter of Richard Salas and Angelica Morales... Physical Therapy major... chose ORU over Louisiana Tech and others.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #24 Johanna Sheppard Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-10 Senior Broken Arrow, Okla. Metro Christian HS

Career Stats OFFENSE GP 2010 9 TOTAL 9

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0

2011 Did not see game action. 2010 Played in nine matches and started two in her first season on the active roster... Recorded one assist, in a victory against Lamar (9/10). 2009 Joined team as a walk-on... Did not see any game action. HIGH SCHOOL 2008 graduate of Metro Christian High School in Tulsa... Two-time All-State selection... All-Metro honoree as a senior... All-District selection as a sophomore and junior... Helped lead the Patriots to state runner-up finishes as a junior and senior... Coached by Kristin Lowe... Also earned All-Conference and All-District honors in basketball. PERSONAL Daughter of Larry and Kristy Sheppard... Psychology major.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #9 Shelbi Lousch Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-5 Sophomore Sapulpa, Okla. Sapulpa HS

Career Stats OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 6 16 22

G 0 0 0

2011 - Summit League All-Freshman Team selection Played in 17 matches, all starts, in her rookie season at ORU... Took seven shots on the season... Recorded two assists, against Kansas (9/25) and South Dakota (10/29)... Helped lead the ORU defense to three shutout wins.

A 0 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0

All-District, and All-Conference honors while attending Sapulpa... Selected for the Bishop Kelley All-Tournament team... Club team won six state championships and was a regional quarterfinalist. PERSONAL Born on June 14, 1993... Daughter of Jerry and Christi Lousch... Plans to major in Nursing at ORU.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Sapulpa HS in 2011... Earned All-State,

#10 Cheyenne Diggs Position: Height: Year: Hometown: Previous School:

Defender 5-2 Sophomore Durant, Okla. Texas Tech

Career Stats OFFENSE GP 2011* 6 TOTAL 6 *at Texas Tech

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PRIOR TO ORU Played one season at Texas Tech, helping the Red Raiders to a fourth-place finish in the Big 12... Played in six games (143 minutes) under Coach Tom Stone.

Player of the Year at ehr school... Named 2009 Team MVP, Academic All-State in 2010 and a team captain from 2008-10.

HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead her Durant HS team to a district championship under Coach Ronnie Norman... Earned All-District (200809, 2009-10) honors, and was named the 2010 Defensive

PERSONAL Daughter of Mike and Sonya Diggs... Came to ORU because she loved the campus, people and atmosphere as well as the emphasis on God.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #13 Pippi Haase Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Midfielder 5-1 Junior Olathe, Kan. Northwest Olathe HS

Career Stats Season 2011 TOTAL

GP Minutes GA GaAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho 11 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 11 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 2011 HIGH SCHOOL Played in 11 matches in her first season as a Golden Graduated from Olathe Northwest High School in 2009... Eagles... Made one start... Took three shots on the season. Led her club team, K.C. Dynamos, to a State Championship title in 2008 and 2009 and a regional tournament appearance in 2010... Club team earned U-23 National PRIOR TO ORU Transferred from Northwestern State, where tied for Runner-up status in 2011. the team lead with three goals as a freshman in 2010... Scored her first collegiate goal against Southern (8/29) PERSONAL and also tallied against Prairie View (9/12) and Jackson Full name is Victoria Grace Haase... Daughter of Mark and Bonnie Haase... Plans to major in Nursing at ORU. State (9/17).

#23 Maddee Loughlin Position: Height: Year: Hometown: Previous School:

Defender 5-4 Sophomore Tulsa, Okla. Univ. of Arkansas

Career Stats OFFENSE GP 2011* 16 Total 16 *at Arkansas

G 0 0

PRIOR TO ORU Played one season at Arkansas, competing in 16 games with 10 starts (640 minutes)... Took two shots from her defensive spot, earning a letter from the Razorbacks as a freshman.

A 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

Was the MVP at Abby Wambach’s soccer camp in New York... In addition to being a stand out at Union HS, competed with the Hurricane Futbal Club, winning six state titles... Also competed on the track team. PERSONAL Daughter of Sandy Linnell and Danny Loughlin... Came to ORU for the Christian environment and the soccer program.

HIGH SCHOOL Won a state championship as a freshman at Union HS, and returned to the state championship game in 2009...

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #4 Kayla Nsien Position: Height: Year: Hometown: Previous School:

Forward 5-6 Sophomore Tulsa, Okla. Creighton

Career Stats OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2010* 14 2 0 4 4 .500 2 .500 1 0-0 2011 - - - - - --- - --- - --TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 *at Creighton (sat out 2011 due to NCAA transfer rule) PRIOR TO ORU Transferred from Creighton University, where she played in 14 games in 2010... Part of Creighton’s MVC Championship team... Scored a pair of goals for the Blue Jays, netting against South Dakota (9/9) and UMKC (9/22).

Also participated in track and holds the school record in the 4x100 relay. PERSONAL Full name is Kayla Adiah Nsien… Born on November 29, 1991… Daughter of Darlene Reynolds and Michael Nsien… Father played professionally for the L.A. Galaxy of Major League Soccer... Plans to major in Biology at ORU.

HIGH SCHOOL Received the Golden Boot at Booker T. Washington HS, where she graduated in 2010… Earned All-Metro honors…

#8 Sam Forigone Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 6-1 Freshman Tulsa, Okla. East Central HS

Career Stats OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL Played for East Central High School in Tulsa... Also participated in varsity basketball as a post player and in volleyball as a middle hitter... Was a member of the National Honor Society

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL Chose ORU because of the friendly and spiritual environment... Plans to major in business and open own business upon completion of school... Daughter of Shelly Beekman and Richard Morgan.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #22 Kayla Keller Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Forward 5-4 Freshman Tulsa, Okla. Regent Prep School

Career Stats OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL In addition to being a soccer standout, was also a member of the volleyball and basketball teams at Regent Prep... Won two state championships in volleyball... Was a 1st Team All-Conference selection in basketball... Played in the ODP from 2009-11.

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL Daughter of Dr. Scott and Tina Keller... Also recruited by UT-Dallas, UALR and Sam Houston State.

#3 Ashley Martin Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Midfielder 5-8 Freshman Tulsa, Okla. Union HS

Career Stats at ORU OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead her Union HS team to the state championship game in 2010 and 2011 under coach Brian Elliott... Had 8 goals and 8 assissts in 2011... Played all four years on the varsity team and earned team captain, All-Metro and AllConference honors as well as varsity offensive player of the year ... Also a member of the National Honor Society and Drug Free Youth Organization.

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

Personal Daughter of Gordon and Michele Martin... Comes from an athletic family; sister Shelby plays soccer at Tulsa, brothers Erik and Ryan are members of the Oklahoma lacrosse team... Came to ORU for the soccer program and the school as a whole.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #21 Amber Mitchell Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Defender 5-5 Freshman Edmond, Okla. Sante Fe HS

Career Stats OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL Played under head coach Larry Truesdell at Santa Fe High School in Edmond... Was named to the All-District team three times... All-City Team and All-Metro Conference Team... A part of a Santa Fe team that was the 2009 Oklahoma 6A State Runner-Up... Club team won two state championships under the leadership of Evan Dresel... Was a member of the National Honor Society.

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL Chose ORU because of the nursing program and its spiritual emphasis... Plans to major in nursing and work in a children’s hospital upon graduation... Daughter of Stephen and Andrea Mitchell... Was also recruited by Oklahoma Baptist.

#20 Mariah Morgan Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Midfielder 5-6 Freshman Klein, Texas Klein Oak HS

Career Stats at ORU OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL Played at Klein Oak High school in Klein, Texas... Anchored a Panther defense that won district three consecutive years from 2009 to 2011... Most memorable moment was when her team beat powerhouse Austin Westlake in a shootout... Graduated Cum Laude... Played for Challenge ‘94 Club Team... Club team won ECNL National Championship in 2011... Regional champions in 2010 and 2011.

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL Expected to major in Physical Therapy... Plans to join the Peace Corps or run a Christian soccer camp... Daughter of Patrick and Lesa Morgan.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book #00 Maddie Rhodes Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Goalkeeper 5-7 Freshman Tulsa, Okla. Union HS

Career Stats OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead her Union High School team to an OSSAA State runner-up finish in 2010 and 2011... Earned the athletic trainer award all four years and was an All-District selection in 2011... Earned a spot on the Heart of America Classic 2011 All-Tournament Team.

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL Daughter of Wes and Rebecka Rhodes... Plans to major in health and exercise science and pre-physical therapy at ORU... Chose to play for the Golden Eagles because ORU had the academic program she was interested in and it fit with her personal and family values... Mother also attended ORU.

#14 Madison Valenzuela Position: Height: Year: Hometown: High School:

Midfielder 5-4 Freshman San Diego, Calif. Poway HS

Career Stats at ORU OFFENSE GP TOTAL 0

G 0

HIGH SCHOOL Played for Poway High School in Poway, Calif., a suburb of San Diego, under head coach Jen Neilson.

A 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL Chose ORU because of her personal religious beliefs and athletics...Plans to Physical Therapy and become and athletic trainer following graduation from ORU...Daughter of Sean and Kendall Valenzuela.

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book ORU Women’s Soccer Record Book CAREER RECORDS

Minutes Played 1. Amanda Wheeler (2007-11)......... 5,317 2. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98).....5, 028 3. Christy Chapman (2000-03).........4, 907 4. Stef Gurley (2004-07)..................3, 866 5. Jana Stagner (1993-94, 97)..........3, 635 6. Kellie Fenton (2002-03)...............2, 681 7. Amanda Loyall (1998-99).............2, 432

Matches Played 1. Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-02)..................... 83 Megan Utz (1999-02)........................ 83 3. Amber Morsey (2000-03)................. 82 4. Martha Owens (2000-03)................. 80 Megan Owens (2000-03).................. 80 Kim Pangburn (2001-04).................. 80 Jessica Kellogg (2002-05).................. 80 8. Heather Hall (2002-05)..................... 79 9. Kristi Bratkovich (1998-01)............... 78 10. Gentry Detter (2003-06).................. 77 Tamara Waller (2003-06).................. 77 Goals 1. Jessica Kellogg (2002-05).................. 48 2. Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-02)..................... 30 3. Tessa Long (1999-02)........................ 28 4. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999-00)..21 Heather Hall (2002-05)..................... 21 6. Emily Gagnon (2004-07)................... 19 Maria Grados (2008-11).................... 19 8. Ashley Aldrich (1996-99).................. 18 Heidi Kubes (1996)............................ 18 10. Amanda Mendonca (1994-96)........ 16 Natalya Manyan (2007-09)............. 16 Assists 1. Gentry Detter (2003-06)................... 25 2. Heather Hall (2002-05)..................... 20 3. Rimini Ross (1996-99)....................... 19 4. Ashley Aldrich (1996-99).................. 18 Jessica Kellogg (2002-05).................. 18 6. Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-02)..................... 17 7. Martha Owens (2000-03)................. 16 8. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999-00).14 Cora Allegranza (1996-99)................. 14 Erin Dulaney (1996-99)..................... 14 Tessa Long (1999-02)........................ 14 Points 1. Jessica Kellogg (2002-05)................ 114 2. Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-02)..................... 77 3. Tessa Long (1999-02)........................ 70 4. Heather Hall (2002-05)..................... 65 5. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker................ 56 6. Ashley Aldrich (1996-99).................. 54 7. Maria Grados (2008-11).................... 49 7. Gentry Detter (2003-06)................... 47 8. Heidi Kubes (1996)........................... 46 9. Amanda Mendonca (1994-96).......... 43 Rimini Ross (1996-99)....................... 43

Wins 1. Christy Chapman (2000-03).............. 32 2. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98)....... 28.5 3. Stef Gurley (2004-07)....................... 25 4. Amanda Wheeler (2007-11).............. 23 5. Kellie Fenton (2002-03).................... 18 6. Amanda Loyall (1998-99).................. 15 7. Jana Stagner (1993-94, 97)............ 10.5 Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-2002) Shots 1. Jessica Kellogg (2002-05)................ 250 2. Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-02)................... 212 3. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999-00)... 194 4. Tessa Long (1999-02)...................... 175 5. Heather Hall (2002-05)................... 174 6. Emily Gagnon (2004-07)................. 171 7. Gentry Detter (2003-06)................. 159 8. Ashley Aldrich (1996-99)................ 149 9. Cora Allegranza (1996-99).............. 141 10. Erin Hartog (1999-02).................... 134 Game Winning Goals 1. Jessica Kellogg (2002-05).................. 17 2. Jodi Kirkhuff (1999-02)..................... 11 3. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999-00). 8 4. Heather Hall (2002-05)....................... 6 Maria Grados (2008-11)...................... 6 6. Heidi Kubes (1996)............................. 5 Cora Allegranza (1996-99)................... 5 Tessa Long (1999-02).......................... 5 Emily Gagnon (2004-07)..................... 5 10. 5 players tied..................................... 4 GOALKEEPER CAREER RECORDS Matches Played 1. Amanda Wheeler (2007-11)............. 66 2. Christy Chapman (2000-03).............. 57 3. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98).......... 56 Stef Gurley (2004-07)........................ 56 5. Jana Stagner (1993-94, 97)............... 40 6. Kellie Fenton (2002-03).................... 32 7. Amanda Loyall (1998-99).................. 30 Golden Eagles 40

Saves 1. Jana Stagner (1993-94, 97)............. 419 2. Amanda Wheeler (2007-11)............ 295 3. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98)........ 287 4. Stef Gurley (2004-07)..................... 232 5. Christy Chapman (2000-03)............ 212 6. Kellie Fenton (2002-03).................. 137 7. Shelbi Morrison (2005-06).............. 133 8. Amanda Loyall (1998-99)................ 109 Save Percentage 1. Kellie Fenton (2002-03)................. .825 2. Shelbi Morrison (2005-06)............. .801 3. Stef Gurley (2004-07).................... .788 4. Helen Erb (2011)............................. .763 5. Christy Chapman (2000-03)........... .749 Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98)....... .749 7. Jana Stagner (1993-94, 97)............ .748 8. Amanda Loyall (1998-99)............... .732 Amanda Wheeler (2007-11).......... .732 Shutouts 1. Stef Gurley (2004-07)....................... 18 2. Christy Chapman (2000-03).............. 17 3. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98)....... 15.5 4. Kellie Fenton (2002-03).................... 11 5. Amanda Wheeler (2007-11)............. 10 6. Amanda Loyall (1998-99)................. 8.5 7. Jana Stagner (1993-94, 97)................. 3 GAA 1. Kellie Fenton (2002-03)................. 0.97 2. Christy Chapman (2000-03)........... 1.30 3. Stef Gurley (2004-07).................... 1.40 4. Amanda Loyall (1998-99)............... 1.48


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book 5. Helen Erb (2011)............................ 1.68 6. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995-98)....... 1.72 7. Amanda Wheeler (2007-11)........... 1.78 8. Shelbi Morrison (2005-06)............. 1.84

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

Goals 1. Heidi Kubes (1996)........................... 18 Jessica Kellogg (2004)....................... 18 3. Jessica Kellogg (2002)....................... 12 Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999)..... 12 5. Shakira Duncan (2007)...................... 10 Tessa Long (2000).............................. 10 Jodi Kirkhuff (2000)........................... 10 Mandi Noonkester (1997)................. 10 8. Amanda Mendonca (1994)................. 9 Darlee Chaloupek (1995).................... 9 Rimini Ross (1997).............................. 9 Kaci Dinsmore (1998).......................... 9 Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (2000)....... 9 Meghan Mitchell (2000)..................... 9 Jessica Kellogg (2003)......................... 9 Jessica Kellogg (2005)......................... 9 Natalya Manyan (2008)....................... 9 Maria Grados (2011)........................... 9 Assists 1. Heidi Kubes (1996)........................... 10 Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (2000)..... 10 Gentry Detter (2006)......................... 10 4. Rimini Ross (1996).............................. 9 Tessa Long (2000)................................ 9 Jodi Kirkhuff (2002)............................ 9 Heather Hall (2004)............................. 9 8. Rimini Ross (1997).............................. 8 9. Erin Dulaney (1996)............................ 7 Jessica Kellogg (2002)......................... 7 Emily Gagnon (2004).......................... 7 Points 1. Heidi Kubes (1996)........................... 46 2. Jessica Kellogg (2004)....................... 39 3. Jessica Kellogg (2002)....................... 31 4. Tessa Long (2000)............................. 29 5. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999).... 28 Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (2000)..... 28 7. Rimini Ross (1997)............................ 26 8. Mandi Noonkester (1997)................. 25 Jodi Kirkhuff (2002)........................... 25 10. Darlee Chaloupek (1995)................. 23 Jodi Kirkhuff (2000)......................... 23 Heather Hall (2004)......................... 23 Shots 1. Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (2000).. 110

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker (1999).... 84 Tessa Long (2000)............................. 78 Jessica Kellogg (2003)....................... 70 Jodi Kirkhuff (2001)........................... 65 Kaci Dinsmore (1998)....................... 63 Jessica Kellogg (2005)....................... 63 8. Cora Allegranza (1991)..................... 62 9. Ashley Aldrich (1999)........................ 61 10. Heidi Kubes (1996).......................... 60 Anna Yovino (1998)......................... 60 Jessica Kellogg (2002)...................... 60 Jodi Kirkhuff (2002).......................... 60 GOALKEEPER RECORDS Matches Played 1. Amanda Loyall (1999)....................... 22 2. Christy Chapman (2000)................... 21 3. Stef Gurley (2007)............................. 20 Christy Chapman (2001)................... 20 Kellie Fenton (2002).......................... 20 6. Stef Gurley (2004)............................. 19 7. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)............... 18 Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995)............... 18 9. Jana Stagner (1994).......................... 15 10. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1998).............. 14 Minutes Played 1. Amanda Loyall (1999)..................2, 009 2. Christy Chapman (2000)..............1, 926 3. Christy Chapman (2001)..............1, 886 4. Stef Gurley (2007)........................1, 782 5. Kellie Fenton (2002)....................1, 766 6. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)..........1, 650 7. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995)..........1, 622 8. Stef Gurley (2004)........................1, 607 9. Jana Stagner (1994).....................1, 429 10. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1998).........1, 216 Wins 1. Christy Chapman (2000)................... 14 2. Kellie Fenton (2002).......................... 13 Stef Gurley (2004)............................. 13 4. Amanda Loyall (1999)....................... 12 5. Christy Chapman (2001)................... 11 Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)............... 11 7. Stef Gurley (2007)............................... 8 Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1998)................. 8 9. Christy Chapman (2003)..................... 7 10. Jana Stagner (1997)........................ 6.5 Saves 1. Jana Stagner (1993)........................ 257 2. Stef Gurley (2007)........................... 132 3. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1995)............. 123 4. Christy Chapman (2001)................. 100 Golden Eagles 41

5. Jana Stagner (1994).......................... 91 6. Amanda Loyall.................................. 87 Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)............... 87 8. Christy Chapman (2000)................... 81 9. Kellie Fenton (2002).......................... 76 10. Jana Stagner (1997)......................... 71 Save Percentage 1. Mandy Evans (2006)...................... .886 2. Kellie Fenton (2003)....................... .847 3. Stef Gurley (2007).......................... .835 4. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)............ .813 5. Shelbi Morrison (2004).................. .812 6. Kellie Fenton (2002)....................... .809 7. Stef Gurley (2004).......................... .807 8. Jana Stagner (1994)....................... .798 Jana Stagner (1997)....................... .798 10. Christy Chapman (2000)............... .771 Shutouts 1. Stef Gurley (2007)............................... 8 Stef Gurley (2004).............................. 8 Christy Chapman (2000)..................... 8 4. Christy Chapman (2001)..................... 7 Amanda Loyall (1999)........................ 7 6. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)................. 6 Kellie Fenton (2002)........................... 6 8. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1998).............. 5.5 9. Kellie Fenton (2003)........................... 5 10. Stef Gurley (2005).............................. 3 Mandy Evans (2006).......................... 3 GAA (Min. 10 Matches) 1. Kellie Fenton (2002)....................... 0.92 2. Stef Gurley (2004).......................... 0.95 3. Christy Chapman (2003)................ 0.99 4. Kellie Fenton (2003)....................... 1.08 5. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1996)............ 1.09 6. Christy Chapman (2000)................ 1.12 7. Stef Gurley (2007).......................... 1.31 8. Jana Stagner (1994)....................... 1.45 9. Jessica (Dixon) Hale (1998)............ 1.55 10. Jana Stagner (1997)...................... 1.56

SINGLE GAME RECORDS

Goals 1. Jessica Kellogg (8/29/04).................... 4 Marta Jorgenson (9/6/97)................... 4 3. Amanda Maendonca (9/5/94)............ 3 Amanda Maendonca (9/2/96)............ 3 Heidi Kubes (9/26/96)......................... 3 Mandi Noonkester (9/6/97)................ 3 Leslie Phillips (9/6/97)........................ 3 Erin Dulaney (9/30/97)....................... 3 Jodi Kirkhuff (11/6/99)........................ 3


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book Record Book Cont... 3. Tessa Long (11/9/01).......................... 3 Correne Walker (8/25/06)................... 3 Saves 1. Kellie Fenton (9/21/03)..................... 15 Stef Gurley (9/16/07)........................ 15 3. Stef Gurley (9/5/07).......................... 14

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Goals 1. 2000.................................................. 59 2. 2002.................................................. 51 3. 2004.................................................. 40 4. 2003.................................................. 39 2001.................................................. 39 1998.................................................. 39 Assists 1. 2002.................................................. 48 2. 2000.................................................. 43 3. 2004.................................................. 34 4. 2003.................................................. 30 5. 2001.................................................. 28 2005.................................................. 28 Points 1. 2000................................................ 161 2. 2002................................................ 150 3. 2004................................................ 114 4. 2003................................................ 108 5. 2001................................................ 106 6. 1998.................................................. 96

Wins 1. 2004.................................................. 14 2000.................................................. 14 3. 2002.................................................. 13 4. 2003.................................................. 12 1999.................................................. 12 6. 2001.................................................. 11 1998.................................................. 11 Goals Against 1. 2003.................................................. 21 2. 2002.................................................. 22 3. 2000.................................................. 24 4. 2010.................................................. 26 2009.................................................. 26 2006.................................................. 26 1998.................................................. 26 8. 2007.................................................. 30 9. 2001.................................................. 33 Saves 1. 2007................................................ 141 2. 2005................................................ 127 3. 2006................................................ 118 4. 2011................................................ 110 5. 2001................................................ 101 6. 2008.................................................. 97 7. 2004.................................................. 95 8. 2003.................................................. 89 2010.................................................. 89 10. 1999................................................. 87

Shutouts 1. 2004.................................................. 12 2. 2000.................................................... 8 2002.................................................... 8 2003.................................................... 8 2007.................................................... 8 6. 1998.................................................... 7 1999.................................................... 7 2001.................................................... 7 9. 2006.................................................... 6 GAA 1. 2002............................................... 1.01 2. 2003............................................... 1.04 3. 2004............................................... 1.08 4. 2000............................................... 1.12 5. 2010............................................... 1.42 1998............................................... 1.42 7. 2007............................................... 1.44 8. 2006............................................... 1.45 Save Percentage 1. 2007............................................... .825 2. 2006............................................... .819 3. 2003............................................... .809 4. 2004............................................... .805 5. 2001............................................... .790 6. 2002............................................... .786 7. 2005............................................... .774 2010............................................... .774 9. 2000............................................... .771

Individual Honors NSCAA/Adidas All-Region

Jessica Kellogg (2004) - Second Team Gentry Detter (2004) - Third Team CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District Jessica Kellogg (2005) - Second Team

Mid-Con Offensive Player of the Year Ashley Aldrich - 1999 Jodi Kirkhuff - 2001 Jessica Kellogg - 2004

Mid-Con Tournament MVP Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker - 1999 Gentry Detter - 2004

Mid-Con Coach of the Year Kyle Cussen - 2002

All-Mid Con/Summit League Selections

Mid-Con Defensive Player of the Year

2011 Maria Grados - First Team Helen Erb - All-Freshman Shelbi Lousch - All-Freshman

Summit League Newcomer of the Year

2010 Jennifer Abernathy - Second Team Lauren Parks - Second Team

Gentry Detter - 2004 Gentry Detter - 2005

Shakira Duncan - 2007 Jennifer Abernathy - 2010

Jennifer Abernathy - 2010 All-Freshman Team Selection

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2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book Individual Honors Continued 2009 Natalya Manyan - First Team Lauren Parks - All-Freshman 2008 Natalya Manyan - First Team Kaycie Porter - Second Team 2007 Shakira Duncan - First Team Natalya Manyan - First Team Emily Gagnon - Second Team 2006 Gentry Detter - First Team Tamara Waller - Second Team 2005 Gentry Detter - First Team Heather Hall - First Team Jessica Kellogg - First Team Tamara Waller - Second Team 2004 Gentry Detter - First Team Emily Gagnon - First Team Stef Gurley - First Team Heather Hall - First Team Jessica Kellogg - First Team Chelsea Ryden - Second Team 2003 Heather Hall - First Team Jessica Kellogg - First Team Martha Owens - First Team Nicole Bucelluni - Second Team Gentry Detter - Second Team Kellie Fenton - Second Team 2002 Erin Hartog - First Team Jodi Kirkhuff - First Team Tessa Long - First Team Martha Owens - First Team Kellie Fenton - Second Team Jessica Kellogg - Second Team Anne Schick - Second Team 2001 Erin Hartog - First Team Jodi Kirkhuff - First Team Martha Owens - First Team Kristi Bratkovich - Second Team Megan Utz - Second Team

Shelbi Lousch - 2011 Summit League All-Freshman Team Selection 2000 Beth Ingram - First Team Tessa Long - First Team Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker - First Team Jodi Kirkhuff - Second Team Meghan Mitchell - Second Team Jill Roberson - Second Team 1999 Ashley Aldrich - First Team Beth Ingram - First Team Cora Allegranza - Second Team Amanda Loyall - Second Team Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker - Second Team

Mid-Con/Summit League All-Tourney Team 2007 Anna Bickers Emily Gagnon

2003 Heather Hall Martha Owens Tayah Schroter-Gillespie 2002 Jessica Kellogg Jodi Kirkhuff Kim Panburn 2001 Jodi Kirkhuff Tessa Long Meghan Mitchell 2000 Christy Chapman Jodi Kirkhuff Meghan Mitchell 1999 Ashley Aldrich Cora Allegranza Kari (Harrison) Shoemaker Jodi Kirkhuff

2004 Gentry Detter Heather Hall Jessica Kellogg Tamara Waller Golden Eagles 43


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book All-Time Results 2011

Overall Record: 7-10-2 Conference Record/Finish: 4-4-1/5th Date Opponent Results Aug. 19 Tulsa L, 0-1 Aug. 21 at North Texas T, 2-2 Aug. 26 Sam Houston State W, 3-2 Aug. 28 vs. Stephen F. Austin L, 0-4 Aug. 30 at #5 Oklahoma State L, 0-1 Sep. 02 at Oklahoma L, 1-4 Sep. 09 Rogers State W, 2-0 Sep. 11 at Missouri State L, 0-2 Sep. 16 Southern Utah * W, 4-0 Sep. 22 Southwest Baptist W, 2-1 Sep. 25 at Kansas L, 6-1 Sep. 30 at South Dakota State * L, 0-2 Oct. 02 at North Dakota State * L, 0-1 Oct. 13 IUPUI * W, 1-0 Oct. 15 Western Illinois * W (2OT), 2-1 Oct. 21 at Oakland * L, 0-6 Oct. 23 at IPFW * T, 1-1 Oct. 27 UMKC * L (2OT), 1-2 Oct. 29 South Dakota * W, 5-3

2010

Overall Record: 9-8-1 Conference Record/Finish: 4-4-1/5th Date Opponent Result Aug. 20 UALR W, 2-0 Aug. 22 vs. Northwestern State W, 3-1 Aug. 29 at Tulsa L, 0-4 Sep. 03 Missouri State L, 0-4 Sep. 10 vs. Lamar W, 3-1 Sep. 12 at Texas Tech L, 0-1 Sep. 17 at Arkansas State W, 3-2 Sep. 19 Mississippi State L, 0-1 Sep. 24 John Brown W, 3-1 Oct. 02 at Centenary * W, 3-1 Oct. 08 Oakland * T, 1-1 Oct. 10 IPFW * W, 3-1 Oct. 15 at Western Illinois * L (OT), 2-3 Oct. 17 at IUPUI * L, 1-2 Oct. 22 Southern Utah * W, 2-0 Oct. 24 UMKC * W, 3-0 Oct. 29 at South Dakota State * L, 0-1 Oct. 31 at North Dakota State * L, 1-2

2009

Overall Record: 8-9-0 Conference Record/Finish: 5-4-0/5th Date Opponent Result Aug. 21 SMU W, 1-0 Aug. 28 at Oklahoma L, 0-2

Sep. 04 Sep. 06 Sep. 11 Sep. 13 Sep. 16 Sep. 27 Oct. 02 Oct. 04 Oct. 10 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Oct. 31

Louisiana-Monroe Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Missouri State at Tulsa Kansas North Dakota State * South Dakota State * Centenary * at IPFW * at Oakland * IUPUI * Western Illinois * at UMKC * at Southern Utah *

W, 4-1 L, 0-3 W, 2-0 L, 0-5 L, 0-1 L, 3-5 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-1 W, 4-1 L, 0-1 W, 3-2 W, 1-0

2008

Overall Record: 6-10-1 Conference Record/Finish: 3-5-0 / 6th Date Opponent Result Aug. 29 Oklahoma State L, 1-5 Aug. 31 at Arkansas L, 3-4 Sep. 05 John Brown W, 3-1 Sep. 12 Arkansas State W, 3-2 Sep. 14 vs. Middle Tenn. State W, 3-0 Sep. 16 at Tulsa T, 2-2 Sep. 18 at Texas Tech L, 0-4 Sep. 21 vs. Loyola Marymount L, 1-4 Sep. 26 Missouri State L, 2-3 Oct. 05 Oakland * L, 0-2 Oct 10 at North Dakota State * W, 3-2 Oct 12 at South Dakota State * L, 0-2 Oct. 17 at Centenary * W, 4-0 Oct. 19 Southern Utah * L, 0-1 Oct. 26 at Western Illinois * L, 1-3 Oct. 31 IUPUI * L, 1-3 Nov. 02 IPFW * W, 4-0

2007

Overall Record: 8-9-3 Conference Record/Finish: 2-3-3 / 6th Date Opponent Result Sep. 02 at Oklahoma L, 1-4 Sep. 05 Arkansas L, 0-3 Sep. 07 Louisiana-Monroe W, 4-1 Sep. 09 vs. Xavier L, 1-5 Sep. 12 Oklahoma City W, 1-0 Sep. 14 UALR W, 2-0 Sep. 16 Stephen F. Austin L, 1-5 Sep. 21 at Southern Utah * T, 2-2 Sep. 25 Tulsa W, 1-0 Sep. 28 at Missouri State W, 1-0 Sep. 30 Centenary * W, 1-0 Golden Eagles 44

Oct. 05 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 04 Nov. 09

at Oakland * at IUPUI * at IPFW * at Oklahoma State Northeastern State North Dakota State * South Dakota State * Western Illinois * vs. Western Illinois

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

2006

Overall Record: 5-9-3 Conference Record/Finish: 1-3-2 / 6th Date Opponent Result Aug. 25 John Brown W, 7-0 Aug. 29 at Tulsa L, 0-3 Sep. 01 Georgia Southern T, 0-0 Sep. 03 vs. Texas Christian L, 2-6 Sep. 08 vs. Stephen F. Austin L, 0-1 Sep. 15 Southern Utah * T, 1-1 Sep. 17 at Oklahoma L, 0-3 Sep. 22 at Valparaiso * L, 1-2 Sep. 24 at SMU L, 0-4 Sep. 30 IUPUI * T, 1-1 Oct. 03 Northeastern State W, 1-0 Oct. 07 at Western Illinois * L, 0-2 Oct. 11 Missouri State W, 1-0 Oct. 14 Oakland * L, 0-2 Oct. 20 at Centenary * W, 3-0 Oct. 22 Oklahoma Sate L, 0-1 Oct. 26 at UALR W, 2-0

2005

Overall Record: 10-9-0 Conference Record/Finish: 3-3-0 / 5th Date Opponent Result Aug. 28 Texas State W, 3-2 Aug. 31 SMU L,3-5 Sep. 04 at Arkansas L, 0-3 Sep. 09 Texas Tech W, 2-1 Sep. 11 vs. Wyoming W, 1-0 Sep. 16 at Oklahoma State L, 0-2 Sep. 18 vs. Oklahoma L, 1-4 Sep. 20 John Brown W, 2-1 Sep. 23 Centenary * W, 1-0 Sep. 25 Northern Iowa W, 6-1 Sep. 28 Tulsa L, 0-3 Oct. 01 Valparaiso * L, 1-2 Oct. 04 Northeastern State W, 4-0 Oct. 07 at Southern Utah * L, 1-2 Oct. 14 Nebraska L, 0-6 Oct. 16 Western Illinois * W, 2-1 Oct. 19 at Oakland * W, 2-1


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book Oct. 26 at Missouri State Oct. 29 at IUPUI *

W, 2-0 L, 2-3

2004

Overall Record: 14-6-1 Conference Record/Finish: 5-1 / 1st Date Opponent Result Aug. 27 at Texas Tech L, 2-6 Aug. 29 at Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 Sep. 01 Tulsa W, 1-0 Sep. 03 Arkansas State W, 1-0 Sep. 07 Arkansas W, 1-0 Sep. 10 Oklahoma W, OT 1-0 Sep. 12 vs. Oklahoma State L, 1-2 Sep. 17 Sam Houston State W, 2-0 Sep. 19 Sourthwest Missouri St. L, 0-1 Sep. 23 Northeastern State W, 7-1 Oct. 03 Southern Utah * W, 4-0 Oct. 07 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 1-0 Oct. 13 at Centenary * W, 2-1 Oct. 19 at Southern Methodist L, 0-4 Oct. 21 Oakland * W, 5-0 Oct. 24 IUPUI * W, 3-0 Oct. 28 at Valparaiso * W, 1-0 Oct. 30 at Western Illinois * L, 0-4 Nov. 05 at Oakland T, 0-0 Nov. 07 vs. Valparaiso W, 3-1 Nov. 12 vs. Nebraska L, 0-3

2003

Overall Record: 12-6-2 Conference Record/Finish: 5-1 / 2nd Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 Aug. 31 Texas Tech W, 3-0 Sep. 3 at Arkansas L, 1-3 Sep. 12 McNeese State W, 2-0 Sep. 14 Vermont L, 1-2 Sep. 19 at Oklahoma L, 0-2 Sep. 21 vs. Oklahoma State L, 0-2 Sep. 26 at Drury W, 2-1 Sep. 28 at Southwest Missouri St. T, 0-0 Sep. 29 Hawaii W, 1-0 Oct. 05 at IUPUI * W, 2-0 Oct. 10 Western Illinois * W, 4-1 Oct. 16 at Oakland * L, 1-3 Oct. 20 Centenary * W, 2-1 Oct. 25 Valparaiso * W, 4-1 Oct. 28 Northeastern State W, 5-0 Oct. 31 at Southern Utah * W, 2-0 Nov. 03 at Tulsa W, 2-1 Nov. 07 vs. Centenary T, 1-1 Nov. 09 vs. Oakland L, 1-3

2002

Overall Record: 13-5-3 Conference Record/Finish: 6-0 / 1st Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 Oklahoma State L, 1-3 Sep. 1 Oklahoma L, 1-2 Sep. 6 Portland State W, 3-0 Sep. 8 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 1-2 Sep. 16 at Western Illinois * W, 3-1 Sep. 20 at Western Kentucky L, 1-2 Sep. 22 at Southeast Missouri St. L, 0-3 Sep. 27 Southwest Missouri St. T, 1-1 Sep. 29 vs. Drury W, 4-2 Oct. 03 IUPUI * W, 5-0 Oct. 06 Oakland * W, 3-0 Oct. 10 Lipscomb W, 4-1 Oct. 13 at Valparaiso * W, 2-0 Oct. 18 at Rice W, 3-0 Oct. 19 at Centenary * W, 4-1 Oct. 22 Northeastern State W, 3-2 Oct. 25 Southern Utah * W, 4-0 Oct. 30 Tulsa T, 0-0 Nov. 01 UALR W, 6-1 Nov. 08 vs. Southern Utah W, 1-0 Nov. 10 vs. Oakland T, 1-1

2000 Overall Record: 14-6-1 Conference Record/Finish: 4-1 / 1st Date Opponent Result Aug 25 vs. Oklahoma State L, 0-1 Aug 27 vs. Oklahoma L, 1-3 Aug 30 at Drury W, 4-3 Sept 1 Oklahoma Christian W, 4-0 Sept 3 Southwest Missouri St. W, 2-1 Sept 8 at Arkansas State W, 2-0 Sept 12 Northeastern State W, 2-0 Sept 15 at Tulsa W, 2-1 Sept 17 Milwaukee T, 2-2 Sept 22 at Western Illinois * W, 4-2 Sept 24 at Eastern Illinois L, 0-1 Oct 4 at North Texas L, 1-3 Oct 7 at Valparaiso * L, 1-3 Oct 10 Central Oklahoma W, 2-1 Oct 14 Oakland * W, 1-0 Oct 16 Hawaii W, 4-0 Oct 21 at Youngstown State * W, 11-0 Oct 27 IUPUI * W, 3-0 Oct 29 Mercer W, 5-1 Nov 5 vs. Western Illinois W, 7-0 Nov 7 vs. Oakland L (OT), 1-2

1999

2001 Overall Record: 11-8-1 Conference Record/Finish: 3-1 / 3rd Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 Drury L, 2-3 Sep. 4 at Oklahoma L, 0-5 Sep. 09 at Southwest Missouri St. L, 1-3 Sep. 13 Western Kentucky W, 2-0 Sep. 21 Texas Tech W, 5-4 Sep. 23 Oklahoma State W, 1-0 Sep. 26 Bacone W, 3-1 Sep. 28 St. Bonaventure W, 2-0 Sep. 30 Southeast Missouri St. L, 2-3 Oct. 02 at Tulsa T, 2-2 Oct. 05 Northeastern St. W, 1-0 Oct. 06 North Texas W, 2-1 Oct. 12 at Oakland * L, 0-3 Oct. 17 at Southern Utah * W, 3-1 Oct. 19 at IUPUI * W, 3-0 Oct. 21 Rice L, 1-2 Oct. 26 Western Ill. * W, 4-0 Nov. 09 Valparaiso W, 4-0 Nov. 13 Oakland L, 0-3

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Overall Record: 12-9-1 Conference Record/Finish: 4-1 / 2nd Date Opponent Result Aug 28 St. Gregory’s W, 2-0 Aug 31 at Southern Missouri St. L, 0-6 Sept 3 at Nebraska L, 0-6 Sept 7 Oklahoma L, 1-2 Sept 10 Centenary W, 1-0 Sept 12 Drury W, 3-0 Sept 17 at Hawaii L, 0-3 Sept 19 at Hawaii Pacific W, 3-0 Sept 24 at Wyoming L, 0-1 Sept 26 at Air Force L, 2-3 Sept 29 Tulsa L, 2-3 Oct 2 Valparaiso * W, 3-1 Oct 5 Central Oklahoma W, 2-1 Oct 10 at Oakland * L, 0-2 Oct 15 Youngstown State * W, 2-0 Oct 22 at IUPUI * W, 2-1 Oct 24 at Purdue W, 1-0 Oct 27 at North Texas L, 0-2 Oct 29 Western Illinois * W, 2-0 Oct 31 Belmont T, 2-2 Nov 6 vs. IUPUI W, 4-1 Nov. 8 vs. Valparaiso W (OT), 2-1


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book All-Time Results Cont... 1998

1996

Overall Record: 12-7 Date Opponent Result Sept 30 Oklahoma State W, 2-1 Sept 5 Cal State Fullerton L, 0-5 Sept 7 at UC-Irvine L, 0-2 Sept 11 at Loyola Chicago W, 2-1 Sept 12 at Valparaiso W, 3-2 Sept 18 Southwest Missouri State W, 4-2 Sept 20 Oklahoma L, 2-3 Sept 25 Oakland W, 2-0 Sept 27 Colorado College L, 3-1 Oct 2 at Belmont W, 2-0 Oct 4 vs. Middle Tennessee St. W, 4-0 Oct 8 at UALR W, 2-0 Oct 11 IUPUI W, 5-1 Oct 13 Tulsa L, 1-2 Oct 16 Western Illinois W, 6-0 Oct 22 Northeastern St. W, 3-0 Oct 28 at Arkansas L, 1-4 Oct 31 Central Oklahoma W, 2-0 Nov 4 at Drury L, 0-1

Overall Record: 11-7 Date Opponent Sept 2 Oklahoma Christian Sept 6 at Kansas Sept 7 at Illinois State Sept 13 at Nebraska Sept 15 at Creighton Sept 21 Oklahoma State Sept 27 North Texas Sept 29 Southwest Missouri St. Oct 4 at Texas Tech Oct 5 at South Alabama Oct 9 Tulsa Oct 12 at UALR Oct 15 Arkansas Oct 18 Air Force Oct 20 Wyoming Oct 22 at Oklahoma State Oct 25 at Stephen F. Austin Nov 3 Missouri

1997

Overall Record: 7-12 Date Opponent Sept 4 Newman Sept 8 at Kansas Sept 9 vs. Toledo Sept 13 at Tulsa Sept 16 Texas Tech Sept 17 Stephen F. Austin Sept 21 at North Texas Sept 23 Southern Nazerine Sept 28 Oklahoma Christian Sept 29 Nebraska Oct 1 TCU Oct 6 at Centenary Oct 7 vs. South Alabama Oct 11 at SMU Oct 15 Northern Illinois Oct 24 at Arkansas Oct 27 Tulsa Nov 3 Kansas Nov 4 UALR

Overall Record: 10-6-1 Date Opponent Result Sept 1 Northwestern State W, 9-1 Sept 5 at Alabama L, 0-2 Sept 6 vs. Troy State W, 18-1 Sept 13 at Tulsa L, 0-1 Sept 19 Northern Arizona W, 6-1 Sept 21 UALR W, 2-1 Sept 26 at Southwest Missouri L, 0-1 Sept 28 Drury W, 1-0 Sept 30 Oklahoma Christian W, 6-0 Oct 1 McNeese State W, 6-2 Oct 3 vs. TCU W, 2-0 Oct 5 at Ole Miss L, 2-3 Oct 8 at Oklahoma W, 2-1 Oct 10 vs. Belmont W, 3-2 Oct 12 vs. Creighton T, 1-1 Oct 23 at North Texas Cancelled Oct 24 vs. Pacific L, 1-4 Oct 28 at Baylor L, 0-5

1994 Result W, 9-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-5 L, 1-3 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 W, 7-0 L, 0-4 W, 3-1 L, 0-2 W, 4-1 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 W, 1-0 W, 8-0 W, 2-1

1995

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Result W, 3-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-3 L, 1-7 L, 0-2 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 5-1 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-8 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 W, 4-1 W, 1-0

Overall Record: 4-9-2 Date Opponent Sept 5 College of Southwest Sept 11 Loyola U. Chicago Sept 14 at Tulsa Sept 19 at UALR Sept 20 at TCU Sept 21 at SMU Sept 23 vs. Auburn Sept 25 TCU Oct 3 Oklahoma Christian Oct 7 at Nebraska Oct 9 at Creighton Oct 12 Tulsa Oct 18 Arkansas Oct 22 Arkansas-Little Rock Oct 30 Centenary

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

1993 Overall Record: 0-13 Date Opponent Sept. 5 Green Bay Sept. 11 at New Mexico Sept. 12 vs. Denver Sept. 18 at SMU Sept. 19 at Centenary Sept. 24 at Marquette Sept. 25 at Northern Illinois Oct. 2 at Texas A&M Oct. 9 at Kentucky Oct. 15 Oregon State Oct. 16 at Arkansas Oct. 17 UALR Oct. 19 at TCU

Result L, 0-8 L, 0-9 L, 0-5 L, 0-10 L, 0-6 L, 0-5 L, 0-5 L, 0-11 L, 0-10 L, 1-4 L, 0-9 L, 0-7 L, 1-11


2012 ORU Women’s Soccer Fact Book Record vs. Opponents School Air Force Alabama Arkansas Arkansas State Auburn Bacone Baylor Belmont Cal St. Fullerton Centenary Central Arkansas Central Oklahoma Coll. of the Southwest Colorado College Creighton Denver Drury Eastern Illinois Georgia Southern Green Bay Hawaii Hawaii Pacific Illinois State IPFW IUPUI John Brown Kansas Kansas Newman Kentucky Lamar Lipscomb Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Loyola-Chicago Loyola Marymount Marquette McNesse State Mercer Middle Tennessee State Mississippi State Missouri Missouri State Northern Illinois Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota State North Texas

W 1 0 2 4 0 1 0 2 0 10 1 3 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 1 1 4 10 4 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 1

L 1 1 9 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 8 2 6 1 3 4

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

Last Match L, 2-3 (1999) L, 0-2 (1997) L, 0-3 (2009) W, 3-2 (2010) L, 0-2 (1994) W, 3-1 (2001) L, 0-5 (1997) T, 2-2 (1999) L, 0-5 (1998) W, 3-1 (2010) W, 2-0 (2009) W, 2-1 (2000) W, 7-0 (1994) L, 1-3 (1998) T, 1-1 (1997) L, 0-5 (1993) W, 2-1 (2003) L, 0-1 (2000) T, 0-0 (2006) L, 0-8 (1993) W, 1-0 (2003) W, 3-0 (1999) W, 2-0 (1996) T, 1-1 (2011) W, 1-0 (2011) W, 3-1 (2010) L, 1-6 (2011) W, 3-0 (1995) L, 0-10 (1993) W, 3-1 (2010) W, 4-1 (2002) W, 1-0 (2004) W, 4-1 (2009) W (OT), 2-1 (1998) L, 1-4 (2008) L, 0-5 (1993) W, 2-0 (2003) W, 5-1 (2000) W, 3-0 (2008) L, 0-1 (2010) W, 2-1 (1996) L, 0-2 (2011) L, 2-3 (1995) L, 0-6 (2005) L, 0-9 (1993) L, 0-1 (2011) T, 2-2 (2011)

School Northeastern State Northern Arizona Northern Iowa Northwestern State Oakland Oklahoma Oklahoma Christian Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Ole Miss Oregon State Pacific Purdue Portland State Rice Rogers State Sam Houston State South Alabama South Dakota South Dakota State Southern Nazarene Southeast Missouri State SMU Southern Utah Southwest Baptist St. Bonaventure St. Gregory’s Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M Texas Christian Texas State Texas Tech Toledo Troy State Tulsa UALR UC-Irvine UMKC Valparaiso Vermont Western Illinois Western Kentucky Milwuakee Wyoming Xavier Youngstown State

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W 9 1 1 2 5 2 5 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 8 1 1 1 4 0 1 1 3 0 1 4 9 0 2 8 0 9 1 0 2 0 2

L 0 0 0 0 11 11 1 0 10 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 1 2 5 2 0 0 0 3 1 5 0 5 1 0 12 2 1 1 4 1 7 1 0 1 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Last Match W, 1-0 (2007) W, 6-1 (1997) W, 6-1 (2005) W, 3-1 (2010) L, 0-6 (2011) L, 1-4 (2011) W, 4-0 (2000) W, 1-0 (2007) L, 0-1 (2011) L, 2-3 (1997) L, 1-4 (1993) L, 1-4 (1997) W, 1-0 (1999) W, 3-0 (2002) W, 3-0 (2002) W, 2-0 (2011) W, 3-2 (2011) W, 3-1 (1996) W, 5-3 (2011) L, 0-2 (2011) L, 1-3 (1995) L, 2-3 (2001) W, 1-0 (2009) W, 4-0 (2011) W, 2-1 (2011) W, 2-0 (2001) W, 2-0 (1999) L, 0-4 (2011) L, 0-11 (1993) L, 2-6 (2006) W, 3-2 (2005) L, 0-1 (2010) L, 0-3 (1995) W, 18-1 (1997) L, 0-1 (2011) W, 2-0 (2010) L, 0-2 (1998) L, (2OT), 2-1 (2011) L, 1-2 (2006) L, 1-2 (2003) W (2OT), 2-1 (2011) W, 2-0 (2001) T, (2OT), 2-2 (2000) W, 1-0 (2005) L, 1-5 (2007) W, 11-0 (2000)



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