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GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................................................ Stockton, Calif. Home Facility.......................................................................Brookside Field Nickname............................................................................................. Tigers Colors................................................................................ Orange and Black Affiliation...........................................................................NCAA Division I Conference......................................................................................... NorPac Founded.........................................1851 (CA’s First Chartered University) Enrollment.............................................................................................6,235 President.......................................................................... Dr. Pamela Eibeck VP of External Relations and Athletics....................................Ted Leland Athletic Department Phone................................................(209) 946-2472 Media Relations Field Hockey Contact.............................................................Vince Gerbec E-mail............................................................................vgerbec@pacific.edu Office Phone..........................................................................(209) 946-2479 Media Relations Fax.............................................................(209) 946-2757 Internet Address......................................................www.pacifictigers.com Mailing Address........................................................... 3601 Pacific Avenue ....................................................................................... Stockton, CA 95211 COACHING STAFF Head Coach....................................................................... Linda MacDonald Alma Mater (Year).............................................Springfield College (1973) Pacific Record (Years)................................................................ 81-147 (13) Career Record (Years).......................................................... 118-156-2 (16) E-mail........................................................................lmacdona@pacific.edu Office Phone..........................................................................(209) 946-2249 Assistant Coaches........................................ Liz Fries (Wake Forest, 2009) ......................................................................... Kelly Perkins (Pacific, 2011) Fries E-mail......................................................................efries@pacific.edu Perkins E-mail............................................................kperkins@pacific.edu Fries Office Phone................................................................(209) 946-7304 TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Overall Record............................................................................... 2-16 2010 NorPac Record.................................................................................0-6

2011 Information Schedule............................................................................................................ 2 Tiger Field Hockey Rah!................................................................................. 3 Roster Breakdown........................................................................................... 4 2011 Preview.................................................................................................... 5 2011 TIGERS Lauren Jeanot................................................................................................... 7 Robin Nelson................................................................................................... 8 Amanda Spellman........................................................................................... 9 Marleen Canillas............................................................................................ 10 Dinah Compton............................................................................................. 11 Stephanie Douglass ...................................................................................... 12 Victoria Matsumoto...................................................................................... 13 Samantha Romero......................................................................................... 14 Ashlee Schlesier............................................................................................. 15 Doreen Stern.................................................................................................. 16 Emily Trudeau............................................................................................... 17 Jenna Vivian................................................................................................... 18 Corinne Yeider............................................................................................... 19 Paige Counsman............................................................................................ 20 Maggie Grindatti........................................................................................... 21 Melissa Maultsby........................................................................................... 22 Katelyn Tatar.................................................................................................. 23 Emily Tregoning............................................................................................ 24 Kayley Brown/Erica Gordon........................................................................ 25 Maddi Holzworth/Molly Macierz............................................................... 26 Lauren Peterson/Malia Robertson.............................................................. 27 Tarah Trotter.................................................................................................. 28 COACHING STAFF Linda MacDonald................................................................................... 29-30 Liz Fries/Kelly Perkins.................................................................................. 31 2010 SEASON AND RECORD BOOKS 2010 Review................................................................................................... 33 2010 Results and Statistics............................................................................ 34 All-Time Series Records............................................................................... 35 All-time Results....................................................................................... 36-38 All-time Roster.............................................................................................. 39 Record Book................................................................................................... 40 Awards............................................................................................................ 41 NorPac Conference....................................................................................... 42 University Pages....................................................................................... 43-54

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2011 FIELD HOCKEY SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT TIME PRESEASON Aug. 16 UC Davis 12:00 PM Aug. 20 vs. Alberta 2:00 PM Aug. 21 at Stanford 12:00 PM REGULAR SEASON Aug. 26 at UC Davis * 6:00 PM Sep. 3 California * 1:00 PM Sep. 9 at Brown 1:00 PM Sep. 11 at Providence 9:00 AM Sep. 12 at Bryant 9:00 AM Sep. 17 Stanford * 1:00 PM Sep. 25 at California * 1:00 PM Oct. 2 Robert Morris 12:00 PM Oct. 6 vs. Longwood 12:30 PM Oct. 8 at Richmond 9:00 AM Oct. 9 at Va. Commonwealth 9:00 AM Oct. 14 at Stanford * 7:00 PM Oct. 21 at Northwestern 1:00 PM Oct. 23 vs. Iowa 10:00 AM Oct. 29 UC Davis * 1:00 PM Nov. 3 NorPac Tournament TBA Nov. 4 NorPac Tournament TBA Nov. 5 NorPac Tournament TBA Nov. 8 vs. NCAA Play-In Game TBA Nov. 12 vs. NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds TBA Nov. 13 vs. NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds TBA Nov. 18 vs. NCAA Championships TBA Nov. 20 vs. NCAA Championships TBA * NorPac Conference Game

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Welcome to University of the Pacific Field Hockey. Our goal is to build a program that is competitive nationally while staying committed to the progress of our athletes becoming well-rounded individuals. Following the 2000 season, one of our players wrote about what it is to be a Pacific field hockey player. It is our cheer, and her words describe it best:

Tiger Hockey Rah! “Ending each practice and starting each game with ‘Tiger Hockey Rah’ (THR) only begins to explain what lies behind this cheer. It symbolizes who we are, the Tigers: a unit, a team. It enables us to withstand the hardships and embrace the victories. THR rekindles our motivation, keeping our fire and desire lit inside. It inspires us and is always there to remind us of who we are. Whatever may come, THR is there to follow. We have made a motto for ourselves. We are a unit, and THR keeps us on our path to success.” ~Nicolette Wiegand, 2002

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2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Name Kayley Brown Robin Nelson Samantha Romero Amanda Spellman Paige Counsman Doreen Stern Melissa Maultsby Victoria Matsumoto Malia Robertson Katelyn Tatar Tarah Trotter Jenna Vivian Emily Tregoning Dinah Compton Emily Trudeau Maddi Holzworth Erica Gordon Molly Macierz Lauren Peterson Corinne Yeider Stephanie Douglass Marleen Canillas Lauren Jeanot Ashlee Schlesier Maggie Grindatti

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

Year Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. RS-Jr. So. RS-Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. RS-Jr. Jr. RS-Jr. Sr. Jr. So.

Hometown (Last School) San Diego, Calif. (Scripps Ranch HS) Morgan Hill, Calif. (Live Oak HS) Gilroy, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty HS) Gilroy, Calif. (Gilroy HS) Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. (University Ligget) San Jose, Calif. (Westmont HS) Fallbrook, Calif. (Fallbrook Union HS) Vista, Calif. (Mission Hills HS) San Diego, Calif. (Westview HS) Chula Vista, Calif. (Bonita Vista HS) Chula Vista, Calif. (Otay Ranch HS) Gilroy, Calif. (Gilroy HS) San Jose, Calif. (Leigh HS) Escondido, Calif. (San Pasqual HS) San Jose, Calif. (Leigh HS) San Jose, Calif. (Lynbrook HS) Port Moody, BC, Canada (Pinetree Secondary School)

Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos HS) Los Altos, Calif. (Los Altos HS) San Jose, Calif. (Presentation HS) Saratoga, Calif. (Saratoga HS) San Ysidro, Calif. (Hilltop HS) San Jose, Calif. (Presentation HS) San Diego, Calif. (Torrey Pines HS) Portland, Maine (Cheverus HS)

Coaches Linda MacDonald - Head Coach (Springfield College, 1973) 14th Season Liz Fries - Assistant Coach (Wake Forest, 2009) Third Season Kelly Perkins – Assistant Coach (Pacific, 2011) First Season

POSITION BREAKDOWN

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Player Pos. 1 Kayley Brown MF 25 Marleen Canillas MF/F 17 Dinah Compton F/MF 5 Paige Counsman F 24 Stephanie Douglass GK 20 Erica Gordon MF 28 Maggie Grindatti MF/F 19 Maddi Holzworth MF 26 Lauren Jeanot D 21 Molly Macierz GK 9 Victoria Matsumoto F 7 Melissa Maultsby F 2 Robin Nelson D 22 Lauren Peterson MF/D 10 Malia Robertson MF 3 Samantha Romero F 27 Ashlee Schlesier GK 4 Amanda Spellman MF/D 6 Doreen Stern D 11 Katelyn Tatar MF 16 Emily Tregoning MF/D 12 Tarah Trotter F 18 Emily Trudeau D 14 Jenna Vivian MF/F 23 Corinne Yeider D

CLASS BREAKDOWN Forwards (5):

Compton, Matsumoto, Maultsby, Romero, Trotter

Seniors (3):

Lauren Jeanot Robin Nelson Amanda Spellman

Juniors (9): Midfielders (10): Brown, Canillas, Gordon, Grindatti, Holzworth, Peterson, Robertson, Spellman, Tregoning, Vivian

Dinah Compton Marleen Canillas Stephanie Douglass Victoria Matsumoto Samantha Romero Ashlee Schlesier Doreen Stern Emily Trudeau Corinne Yeider

Sophomores (6): Defenders (7): Counsman, Jeanot, Nelson, Stern, Tatar, Trudeau, Yeider

Paige Counsman Maggie Grindatti Melissa Maultsby Katelyn Tatar Emily Tregoning Jenna Vivian

Freshman (7): Kayley Brown Erica Gordon Maddi Holzworth Molly Macierz Lauren Peterson Malia Robertson Tarah Trotter

Goalkeepers (3): Douglass, Macierz, Schlesier

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2011 Season Preview

Pacific Head Coach Linda MacDonald took time to preview the 2011 season. Q: What are your thoughts on the upcoming season?

LM: The importance of the season is how quickly we come together as a team. If we want to be successful, we will have to work together and I feel that is going to be the key.

people playing on the front line. We have been trying to find the best spot for Dinah Compton the last couple of years, and we finally found that on the offensive side. Melissa Maultsby, has a lot of potential on the front line. Midfield is where we struggled last year in terms of stopping the ball before it reached the defense. We have to stop the ball earlier and come up with it so we don’t get stuck in defense. Kayley Brown and Erica Gordon are potential midfielders, so I hope they will help. Our most experienced position is defense. Emily Trudeau had a great spring once she returned from surgery. Emily Tregoning played in the Senior Women’s National Championship in May, and she has been training hard all summer. The big thing for them is keeping their composure and making good decisions. Ashlee Schlesier was our goalkeeper last year. There were a lot of goals scored last year, but we allowed too many shots on defense. We have to improve on defense.

Q: What are you most excited about with this team? LM: They are great kids. I have enjoyed working with them the last few years, and enjoy going to practice each day. They work really hard and I want them to be successful because they really care about this program. Q: Talk about the team’s senior leadership? LM: Amanda Spellman is a captain and she is a great leader. Unfortunately Lauren Jeanot has been injured and limited the last two years, but will hopefully embrace the role. In terms of academics, we have seven seniors so I hope they will step up and become leaders. Doreen Stern has grown immensely and has been a leader for us the past couple of years. This is a very diverse group with a lot of personalities. Q: What kind of impact will the incoming freshmen have? LM: There are two freshmen who I think will start. Erica Gordon is from British Columbia, Canada, and she has a lot of playing experience against the Canadian National Team and at a higher level.Kayley Brown from San Diego, California, has a lot of playing experience in the National Futures Tournament Championship three out of the last four years. I saw her play at the Cal Cup this year and she is not intimidated.

Q: What are the goals of this team? LM: We spent a lot of time with our players coming up with their values and purposes on the team. We came up with our mission that is to reflect pride, determination, unity and passion. Also, as it is every year it is to do well in the classroom and on the field. One of the things I talked to them about this spring was make better decisions on the field. In game situations, I do not want the information coming from the sideline, I want them to handle the decisions.The one theme would become smarter players on the field, make good decisions, and keep their composure.

Q: Can you talk about the keys to each position? LM: We changed our system in the spring. Now we have a couple options with different personnel. We finished last year by beating Stanford in the spring scrimmage. In that game we had different

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Our mission is to reflect: pride, determination, unity and passion. We are individual field hockey players who have come together to represent the University of the Pacific. We will strive for excellence in the classroom and bring our highest level of competition to the field. Through our hard work and positive attitudes, we will create a program that demands recognition and respect. Although we may have our differences, we are united as a team by our mutual love of the game and to reach a common goal. Pacific


#26 Lauren Jeanot 2010 (Junior): Jeanot recorded three defensive saves, starting two games in her 13 appearances. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year. 2009 (Sophomore): Jeanot made an appearance in eight of the Tigers 17 games before an injury put her on the sidelines for the remainder of her second season. 2008 (Freshman): Jeanot saw time in eight contests and took one shot.

Senior San Jose, Calif. Presentation HS Defender

High School: Jeanot graduated from Presentation High School in San Jose, Calif., in 2008. She was an All-Blossom Valley Athletic League (BVAL) selection in both 2005 and 2006. Lauren was the Panthers’ team captain and team MVP in 2007. Her ability to play both offense and defense helped make her a “Futures” participant from 2006-08. Jeanot also helped lead the Panthers to a BVAL Division championship in 2005. Personal: Lauren Jeanot was born in Santa Clara, Calif. Daughter of Greg and Tracey Jeanot, she has one sister, Brittany (23). With plans of majoring in communications with a minor in sociology, Lauren intends on becoming a California Highway Patrol officer upon graduation. Her hobbies include snowboarding, wakeboarding, and bike riding.

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#2 Robin Nelson

Senior Morgan Hill, Calif. Live Oak HS Defender

2010 (Junior): Nelson started nine of the 16 games in which she appeared. She had five shots and one defensive save throughout the season. Her only goal came against St. Louis, which proved to be the game winner. 2009 (Sophomore): Appearing in all 17 games, Nelson earned two starts in the 2009 season: Lafayette (Sept. 17) and Appalachian State (Nov. 6). Her two points came in the latter game, where she scored her second career goal in the Tigers’ 7-2 victory. 2008 (Freshman): Nelson made an appearance in every game and slapped in one goal out of six shots taken. She added an assist to debut and finished the season with three total points. High School: Nelson graduated from Live Oak High School in Gilroy, Calif., in 2008. Robin earned a combined nine letters as an Acorn in field hockey (three), soccer (three) and softball (three). A two-time All-Blossom Valley Athletic League First Team member, Robin also earned her team MVP award in 2007. During her senior year, Nelson was named one of the top two female athletes at Live Oak HS. Robin concluded her high school academic career in the top 10 percent of her class. Personal: Robin Nelson was born in Fremont, Calif. Daughter of John and Margaret Nelson, she has one brother, Eric. Majoring in sport sciences with a concentration in sports management, Nelson plans on working for a professional team upon graduation. Her hobbies include playing sports, running and hanging out with family and friends.

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#4 Amanda Spellman 2010 (Junior): Spellman was one of four Tigers to start each game during the 2010 campaign. She was named All-NorPac Conference as she collected two assists and made one defensive save. 2009 (Sophomore): Spellman missed just one game and earned 14 starts during her second season in the Orange and Black. She assisted Katy McDonough’s game tying goal in the home opener against Missouri State on Aug. 28. Pacific went on to win the contest 2-1.

Senior Gilroy, Calif. Gilroy HS MF/D

2008 (Freshman): Spellman saw time in 16 of the Tigers’ 18 games, earning three starts. She picked up one assist and was a vocal asset to the team. High School: Spellman graduated from Gilroy High School in Gilroy, Calif., in 2008. Amanda earned a combined seven letters with the Mustangs in field hockey (four) and basketball (three). Amanda was named the All-Tri County Athletic League Senior of the year in 2007. A two year captain, Spellman was named the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player as a senior. She earned All-Central Coast Section Honorable Mention honors in 2007, as well as All-TCAL First Team honors. Personal: Amanda Spellman was born in Watsonville, Calif. Daughter of Todd and Patty Spellman, she has two siblings, Laura and Greg. Spellman is a communications major and plans on doing public relations for a major athletic supply company after graduation.

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#25 Marleen Canillas

RS-Junior San Ysidro, Calif. Hilltop HS MF/F

2010 (RS Sophomore): Canillas started 10 games, while appearing in 16 for the Tigers last season. 2009 (RS Freshman): Canillas appeared in 11 games during her inaugural season on the field after redshirting in 2008. She earned her lone start against Kent State on Sept. 3. 2008 (Freshman): Canillas redshirted the 2008 season. High School: Canillas graduated from Hilltop High School in Chula Vista, Calif., in 2008. Marleen earned a combined 10 letters in field hockey (three), soccer (four) and track (three). The Lancers’ captain during the 2007 season, Marleen earned team MVP honors following the season. Canillas also nabbed All-South Bay League (SBL) First Team honors as a senior and was named to the All-CIF Second Team. Following her junior campaign, Canillas earned All-SBL Second Team and the Lancers’ Best Midfielder award. Off the field, Marleen earned San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic First Team in 2007-08. Personal: Marleen Canillas was born in San Diego, Calif. Daughter of John and Elizabeth Canillas, she is a psychology major who plans on working in law enforcement upon graduation. Her hobbies include listening to music, shopping and going to the beach.

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#17 Dinah Compton 2010 (Sophomore): Compton started eight games for the Tigers in 2010. The sophomore attempted three shots and recorded one assist. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year.

Junior Escondido, Calif. San Pasqual HS F/MF

2009 (Freshman): A true freshman, Compton appeared in all 17 of the Tigers’ games, earning eight starts in the 2009 season. Compton took only two shots during the season, but still managed to pick up her first career goal on Oct. 24 against Penn State. High School: Compton graduated from San Pasqual High School in Escondido, Calif. She was a two-sport athlete who competed in field hockey and track and field. Compton earned Avocado League Second Team (2007) and First Team (2008) honors, along with the CIF Sportsmanship Award. Personal: Dinah Compton was born in San Diego, Calif. Daughter of Skip and Jan Compton, she has one brother, Milton Stuart Compton IV, and plans on majoring in sports medicine on her way to the field of physical therapy. Her hobbies include running, going to the beach, camping and traveling.

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#24 Stephanie Douglass

Junior Saratoga, Calif. Saratoga HS Goalkeeper

2010 (RS Freshman): Douglass played 35 minutes for the Tigers last season. She made one save with a goals against average of 6.00. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year. 2009 (Freshman): Douglass redshirted the 2009 season. High School: Douglass graduated from Saratoga High School in Saratoga, California where she was a four-year letterwinner in field hockey and softball. A three-time academic achievement award winner, Douglass was named first team all-CCS, first team all-league and senior of the year in her final year. Other accolades in her career include second team all-league and the coaches award. Personal: Stephanie Douglass was born in Los Gatos, Calif. Daughter of Steve and Diane Douglass, she has two siblings: Alex and Kathryn. Douglass is majoring in engineering. Her hobbies include sports, music, watching movies and hanging out with friends.

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#9 Victoria Matsumoto 2010 (RS Sophomore): Matsumoto appeared in 14 games for the Tigers, recording three shots on goal with one assist. 2009 (RS Freshman): Matsumoto appeared in six games for Pacific, including the Tigers’ 2-1 upset of NorPac rival California on Sept. 12.

Senior San Jose, Calif. Presentation HS Forward

2008 (Freshman): Matsumoto redshirted the 2008 season. High School: A 2008 graduate of Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, Calif., Victoria led the Grizzlies to a Valley League Championship in 2006 and a second-place finish in 2007. The team MVP as a senior, Victoria also earned All-Valley League Second Team honors. Personal: Victoria Matsumoto was born in La Jolla, Calif. The daughter of Hisash and Catherine Matsumoto, she has three siblings, Nicholas, Laura and Maya. Matsumoto is a double engineering major (biomedical and mechanical) and plans on becoming a researcher or doctor in the future. Her hobbies include reading, hanging out with friends and studying.

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#3 Samantha Romero

Junior Gilroy, Calif. Archbishop Mitty HS Forward

2010 (Sophomore): Romero appeared in 11 games, taking two shots on goal for the Tiger offense. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year. 2009 (Freshman): Romero appeared in all 17 of the Tigers’ games in 2009. She earned six starts as a true freshman and finished the season with four points. Her first career goal came on Sept. 17 against Lafayette on a pass from Kiddy Leubane. High School: Romero is a 2009 graduate from Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, California where she was a two-time letter winner in field hockey and also lettered in soccer, softball and badminton. Named Player of the Week on Cal High School Sports in 2007 for field hockey, Romero also earned second team all-league and honorable mention CCS honors in 2008. She was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2008 and was on the honor roll for all four years. Personal: Samantha Romero was born in San Jose, Calif. The daughter of Basil and Marie Romero, she has one brother, Jason, and is majoring in psychology. Her goal is to become a doctor for the elderly. Her hobbies include writing, painting and art.

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#27 Ashlee Schlesier 2010 (Sophmore): Schleslier played 16 games for Pacific during her sophomore season, earning 13 starts at goalkeeper. She recorded over 907 minutes, allowing 51 goals. She was the goalkeeper for each of Pacific’s wins, and led the team with 141 saves.

Junior San Diego, Calif. Torrey Pines HS Goalkeeper

2009 (Freshman): Schlesier had a standout performance in her first year for Pacific, missing just three contests and earning 14 starts during the season. With 111 saves, a .712 save percentage and one shutout under her belt, Schlesier also garnered three NorPac Rookie of the Week awards (Sept. 1, Sept. 15 and Sept. 29) and picked up a NorPac Defensive Player of the Week nod on Oct. 13. She put in over 930 minutes in the cage for the Tigers and grabbed four wins. High School: Schlesier graduated from Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, Calif. after lettering in three sports as a goalkeeper: lacrosse, soccer and field hockey. She was ranked fifth in the country for number of shutouts and first in San Diego County with 12. Earning All-Avocado League First Team honors in soccer and field hockey, Schlesier also garnered All-CIF First Team, NC Times First Team and San Diego Tribune Second Team honors in field hockey, leading her team to two Avacado League championship titles. Academically, she was a four year member of the National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation. Personal: Ashlee Schlesier was born in San Diego, Calif. Daughter of Robert and Karen Schlesier, she has two siblings: Heather and Robert III. She in majoring in biology on her way to becoming a pediatrician. Her hobbies include soccer, lacrosse and scuba diving.

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#6 Doreen Stern

RS-Junior San Jose, Calif. Westmont HS Defender

2010 (RS Sophomore): Stern played and started 13 games in her second season with the Tigers. She added one shot and recorded one defensive save during the campaign. 2009 (RS Freshman): Stern appeared in 11 games during her inaugural season, earning two starts. Both starts came at the NorPac Conference Tournament, where the Tigers finished 1-1. 2008 (Freshman): Stern redshirted the 2008 season. High School: Stern joined the Tigers after a successful career at Westmont High School in Campbell, Calif. A 2008 graduate, Doreen was a two-time Blossom Valley All-League selection, earning second team honors as a junior and a first team award as a senior. The team captain in each of her final two seasons, Stern earned the team’s Most Valuable Player award in 2007. A mid-fielder, Doreen was selected to represent Northern California during the USA Field Hockey Regional Rumble in 2007. Personal: Doreen Stern was born in Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Daughter of Robert and Dorothy Stern, she is a business major with a concentration in marketing and entrepreneurship. She plans to own and operate her own financial planner business after graduation. Stern is an avid watcher of Glee, House and the Tudors. She loves going to the movies with her friends and quilting.

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#18 Emily Trudeau 2010 (Sophomore): Trudeau played in all but one of Pacific’s games, earning 12 starts. She led the Tigers with five defensive saves. Trudeau also assisted on five goals throughout the season. 2009 (Freshman): Trudeau appeared in nine of the Tigers’ 17 games. She took two shots and scored her first career goal against Appalachian State (Nov. 6) in Pacific’s 7-2 win at the NorPac Conference Tournament.

Junior San Jose, Calif. Leigh HS MF/D

High School: Trudeau graduated from Leigh High School in San Jose, Calif. A fouryear letterwinner in both field hockey and soccer, Trudeau also earned a letter in track and field for the Longhorns. She was named team and league most valuable player and earned First Team All-CCS in her junior year. Repeating her performance the following year, she swept the honors again and added a First Team All-League in soccer to her resume. Trudeau earned LHS All-Around Female Athlete of the Year award as well as being named a National Merit Scholar and a US Army National Scholar-Athlete. Personal: Emily Trudeau was born in San Jose, Calif. Daughter of Stephen and Michelle Trudeau, she has two siblings: Kiel and Savannah. Future plans include earning a Masters degree in speech language pathology en route to working with children as a speech language pathologist. Her hobbies include sports and coaching.

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#14 Jenna Vivian

Junior Gilroy, Calif. Gilroy HS MF/F

2010 (Sophomore): Vivian started all 15 games in which she appeared, finishing second on the squad with 12 points and five goals. She landed 93 percent of her shots on target, finishing with 14 shots on goal. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year. 2009 (Freshman): Vivian appeared in all 17 of the Tigers’ games, earning 10 starts in her first season with Pacific. While she came up empty on four shot attempts herself, Vivian earned her first collegiate assist on a pass to Dinah Compton against Penn State (Oct. 24). The goal gave Pacific a 2-1 lead in the contest. High School: Vivian graduated from Gilroy High School in Gilroy, Calif., where she received two letters in field hockey. An honor roll student from 2005-08, Vivian also earned second team all-league (2005 and 2006), first team all-league (2008) and CCS second team (2008) in her time with the Mustangs. Personal: Jenna Vivian was born in San Antonio, Texas. Daughter of Cathy Berthiaume and Tim Vivian, she has two siblings: Taylor and Cody. Her hobbies include running with her dog, hiking, baking and photography.

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#23 Corinne Yeider 2010 (RS Sophomore): As a redshirt sophomore, Yeider played 15 of Pacific’s games in 2010, earning seven starts.

Junior San Jose, Calif. Presentation HS Defender

2009 (RS Freshman): Yeider appeared in 10 games during the 2009 season. The first of her four starts came against Maine on Sept. 18. She picked up her first career defensive save in the Tigers’ win over Appalachian State (Nov. 6) at the NorPac Conference Tournament. 2008 (Freshman): Yeider redshirted the 2008 season. High School: Yeider graduated from Presentation High School in San Jose, Calif., in 2008. A three-year letter winner for the Panthers, Yeider earned AllBlossom Valley Athletic League (BVAL) Second Team honors in both her sophomore and junior seasons, then capped her high school career with an All-BVAL First Team nod in 2007. Personal: Corinne Yeider was born in Woodland Hills, Calif. Daughter of John and Michelle Yeider, she has one sister, Sarah, and is majoring in sport science with a concentration in sports pedagogy. Corinne’s future goal is to work as a physical education teacher and coach. Her hobbies include snowboarding, going to the beach, swimming and tennis.

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#5 Paige Counsman

Sophomore Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. University Ligget MF/F

2010 (Freshman): As a true freshman, Counsman appeared in two games for the Tigers. High School: Paige Counsman graduated from University Liggett School in Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich., in 2010. She helped lead the Knights to a Division 2 championship in 2008. Counsman led the team in scoring as a junior (11 goals, 12 assists) and senior (12 goals, 9 assists). For her efforts, she was named First Team All-State twice (2008-09) and Team MVP as a senior (2009). Her talents did not limit her to field hockey alone, as she lettered in tennis twice as the number one singles player, ice hockey as a center three times, and soccer as a forward four times. As an ice hockey player, she was named First Team All-State twice (2008-09), Team MVP three times (2007-09) and named Michigan High School Miss Hockey (2009). She was named Female Athlete of the Year three times at University Liggett. Personal: Paige Counsman was born in Detroit, Mich. She is the daughter of Angela and Richard Counsman. She has a younger brother, James. Counsman is majoring in sports management and film, with plans to work in the film industry or for a professional sports team. Her hobbies include music, movies, reading, sports, and traveling.

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#28 Maggie Grindatti 2010 (Freshman): Grindatti recorded one assist in her nine appearances for the Tigers’ offense as a true freshman.

Sophomore Saco, Maine Cheverus HS MF/F

High School: Maggie Grindatti graduated from Cheverus High School in Portland, Maine, in 2010. For the Stagg’s, she earned four varsity letters in field hockey, three varsity letters in softball, and three varsity letters in ice hockey. As a freshman, she won rookie of the year honors in both field hockey and softball. In 2009, she was named all-state in ice hockey, and in 2010 the Staggs were state champions. In field hockey, Grindatti was the team captain in 2010, and was an all-conference selection. Personal: Maggie Grindatti was born in Portland, Maine, and is the daughter of Kurt and Kim Grindatti. She has one older brother, Michael. Grindatti is majoring in sports medicine with plans of becoming a personal trainer. Her hobbies include physical fitness, photography, skiing, dancing, going to the beach, and ice hockey.

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#7 Melissa Maultsby

Sophomore Fallbrook, Calif. Fallbrook Union HS Forward

2010 (Freshman): As a true freshman, Maultsby played in nine games while starting eight. She added four goals, including the game winner against Missouri State on September 26. Maultsby finished third on the team with nine points with 10 shots on goal. High School: Melissa Maultsby graduated from Fallbrook Union High school in Fallbrook, Calif., in 2010. She helped the Warriors to a 17-5 record in 2009. As a senior, she scored 25 goals, was named to the Serra Tournament All Tournament Team, and received a CIF Honorable Mention. Maultsby was also recognized for her sportsmanship, as the San Diego Field Hockey Officials Association awarded her with their Outstanding Sportsmanship award in 2009. She also lettered in softball. Personal: Melissa Maultsby was born in La Jolla, Calif. She is the daughter of Jim and Judy Mautsby. She has an older brother, Jason, and a younger brother, Ryan. Maultsby is majoring in sports pedagogy with plans to become a high school physical education teacher and field hockey coach. Her hobbies include horseback riding, FFA, market goat showing, surfing, and playing or coaching field hockey.

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#11 Katelyn Tatar 2010 (Freshman): As a true freshman, Tatar played in 13 games earning one start for the Tigers. She added two shots on goal for Pacific’s offense. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year.

Sophomore Bonita, Calif. Bonita Vista HS Midfielder

High School: Katelyn Tatar graduated from Bonita Vista High School in Chula Vista, Calif., in 2010. Tatar ended her high school career as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year. As captain, she was named to the CIF Second Team All-Mesa League. In 2009, Tatar was a member of championship teams at the USA Field Hockey Festival (U19) and the Cal Cup (U19). She has also been a part of the US Field Hockey Futures and the RUSH Development programs. Tatar lettered in cross-country, soccer and track and field in high school, earning best newcomer awards in cross-country (2007) and track and field (2008). The three-time San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Team member is also a three-time California Scholastic Federation award winner. Personal: Katelyn Tatar was born in San Diego, Calif., and is the daughter of Todd and Kate Tatar. She has two brothers, Maxwell and Zachary. Tatar is majoring in sports medicine with career plans to get into the medical field. Her hobbies include baking, running, and any outdoor activity.

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#16 Emily Tregoning

Sophomore San Jose, Calif. Leigh HS MF/D

2010 (Freshman): Tregoning was the only freshman to start every game for the Tigers in 2010. She added two assists and four shots on goal. She also collected two defensive saves. She was selected to represent California in the Field Hockey Senior Women’s National Championship in Washington DC. The one week showcase included only the top field hockey athletes in the United States, including collegiate all-stars, current National Team members and members of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Team. It is the only only opportunity for athletes to gain selection to the National Team. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year. High School: Emily Tregoning graduated from Leigh High School in 2010. She helped lead the Longhorns to a league championship during the 2008-09 season. As a four-year varsity player, she amassed 54 goals and 22 assists. Tregoning was a First Team Blossom Valley Athletic League selection three times (2007-09) and was named MVP of the Santa Teresa Division in 2009, when she racked up a career-high 25 goals to go along with six assists. The Longhorns also named her team MVP. Tregoning was also a four-year varsity soccer defender, earning AllLeague First Team honors twice (2006-07 and 2009-10).

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Personal: Emily Tregoning was born in Santa Clara, Calif. She is the daughter of Mike and Lori Tregoning. She has two brothers, Ryan and Mason. Tregoning is majoring in sport sciences with plans to become a physical therapist. Her hobbies include playing soccer and spending time with friends and family.

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#1 Kayley Brown High School: Brown attended Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego, Calif., where she started 23 games her senior season and scored seven goals. She also added two assists, totaling 16 points.

Freshman San Diego, Calif. Scripps Ranch HS Midfielder

#20 Erica Gordon High School: Gordon attended Pinetree Secondary School in Coquitlam, British Columbia. She made the Honor Roll and was named the Female Athlete of the Year from 2008-11.

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Personal: Erica is the daughter of Kelly and Ingrid Gordon. When she is not playing field hockey, Erica can be found running, reading, being with friends and family, and frequenting the beach. She has two older siblings, Ryan and Katie.

Port Moody, BC Canada Pinetree Secondary Midfielder

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#19 Maddi Holzworth High School: Holzworth attended Lynbrook High School, where she played soccer, field hockey, softball, volleyball and basketball. She also participated in the USA Field Hockey Futures program for three years.

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Personal: Maddi was born in San Jose, Calif., and is the daughter of Ray and Patti Holzworth. She has two siblings, Ray Jr. and Maggie. While at Pacific, Maddi plans to study sports medicine and pursue a career in physical therapy. When she is not competing, she can be found biking, reading, playing with her numerous pets and completing puzzles.

San Jose, Calif. Lynbrook HS Midfielder

#20 Molly Macierz High School: Macierz attended Los Gatos High School, where she led her field hockey team to three conference championships (2008-10). She averaged eight blocks for every shot on goal her senior season. She also played catcher for the Wildcat softball team. Personal: Molly was born in San Jose, Calif., to Tim and Catherine Macierz. Off the field she enjoys ceramics, poetry and scrapbooking.

Freshman Los Gatos, Calif. Los Gatos HS

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#22 Lauren Peterson High School: Peterson attended Los Altos High School in Los Altos, Calif. She was a three-sport athlete playing sweeper and center midfielder on the field hockey for the Eagles, center on the basketball team and second base for the Eagles softball team.

Freshman Los Altos, Calif.

Personal: Lauren was born in Los Altos, Calif. She is the daughter of Brad and Sylvia Peterson. She has two younger sisters ,Taylor and Morgan, and a dog named Gimi. While at Pacific, she plans to study International Business and Engineering Management. Lauren was accepted into the University of the Pacific’s Honors Program and Legal Scholars Honors Program.

Los Altos HS MF/D

#10 Malia Robertson High School: Robertson attended West View High School in San Diego, Calif. where she won letters in lacrosse, track and field hockey. She was named the Most Valuable Player for her Westview Wolverine field hockey team in 2009 and 2010.

Freshman

Personal: Malia was born in San Diego, Calif. and is the daughter of David and Mel Robertson. She has one sibling Galema (20). She plans to study Sports Medicine at the University of the Pacific. She enjoys walking dogs at her local shelter, cooking, hiking, rollerblading and camping.

San Diego, Calif. Westview HS Midfielder

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#12 Tarah Trotter High School: Trotter attended Otay Ranch High School in Chula Vista, Calif., where she was named the Most Valuable Player, Best Offensive Player and Most Inspirational Player of her field hockey team. She also led her team to a Mesa League Co-Championship in 2010. Trotter was also honored with the Citizenship Award from 2008-11 and competed in track and field.

Freshman Chula Vista, Calif.

Personal: Tarah is the daughter of Jim and Alicia Trotter and was born in San Diego, Calif. When Tarah is not playing field hockey she enjoys drawing, writing and playing other sports.

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Linda MacDonald Linda MacDonald is entering her 14th year at the helm of the Pacific Field Hockey program. Prior to becoming the head coach, she served as an assistant coach with the Tigers for 11 seasons. In addition to her work at the helm of the Tigers, MacDonald is a member of NCAA Regional Advisory Committee.

Head Coach 14th Season Springfield College 1973

MacDonald’s record at Pacific is 81-147. Her career coaching record is 118156-2. In NorPac conference play, her record is 37-32. Since 2003, MacDonald led teams have posted a 27-15 record in conference play. MacDonald-led teams have authored a litany of records including most goals in a season (55 - 2006), most victories in a single season (11 - 2004 & 2006) and third fewest goals allowed in a season (27 - 2003). During the 2010 off-season, MacDonald was invited and attended the NCAA Women Coaches Academy. 2007 may have been one of MacDonald’s best coaching efforts to date, as a youthful Tigers team struggled to a 1-9 start. Rather than looking toward the future, she helped her team rally to win six of its final eight contests, including a 3-2 win over NorPac rival California in Pacific’s final home game of the season.

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In 2004 and 2006, she led the Tigers to the most wins in school history (11), finishing both seasons with a 4-2 record in the NorPac. In the Tigers’ second game of the 2006 season, Pacific upset No. 6 American for the team’s first win over an opponent ranked in the top-10 in school history. The 11-8 record marked the team’s third winning season over the course of the previous five years. In addition, MacDonald led the Tigers to Pacific’s second appearance in the NCAA Tournament following the 2004 season. During that historic season, the Tigers won a program record seven-straight games to claim the NorPac Championship and defeated Louisville, 1-0, in the NCAA Play-In game on Pacific’s home field. For her efforts in 2004, MacDonald was named the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) West Region Coach of the Year as well as the NorPac Conference Coach of the Year. MacDonald has also remained active within the field hockey community. She completed a Federation of International Hockey coaching course at the Training Center in Virginia Beach, Va., in 2005. In addition, she has been a coach and a director in the National Futures Program and was a selector for West Regional Futures Tournament in 2007 and 2009. Before coming to Pacific, MacDonald was the head coach at Bentley College in Waltham, Mass., from 198486, where she amassed an impressive 37-9-2 record and earned an appearance in the NCAA Division III Final Four in 1986. MacDonald also served as the head coach at Westford Academy (1977-83), where she led Westford to the Central Massachusetts Championship and a state semi-final appearance, losing to Frontier Regional, 2-1 in overtime. Following her coaching and teaching career in Westford she moved to California and earned a master’s degree in sport sciences from Pacific in 1991. MacDonald earned her bachelor’s degree from Springfield College (Mass.), graduating with cum laude honors in 1973. At Springfield, MacDonald was a four-year starter on the field hockey team and also competed on the U.S. National Field Hockey squad in 1976.

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Along with her coaching duties at Pacific, MacDonald is also a part-time faculty member at San Joaquin Delta College, where she teaches adaptive physical education. She currently resides in Stockton.

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Liz Fries Liz Fries enters her third season alongside of head coach Linda MacDonald after spending four seasons at Wake Forest University, where she served as a valuable utility role for the Demon Deacons in the center back position. In just her sophomore year, Fries worked her way to a starting role on the team and helped lead the squad over the final years of her career at Wake Forest. While on the team, Wake Forest’s successes included four trips to the NCAA Field Hockey Championship and a victory at the ACC Championship in 2006.

Assistant Coach 3rd Season Wake Forest 2008

In 2008, Fries was selected as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference’s (ACC) AllTournament Team, after the team advanced to the post-season and helped hold opponents to an average of 1.8 goals per game. Fries was named Second Team Regional All-America the prior year after she was ranked fourth in the ACC in the game-winning goals category in 2007. For her excellence on the field, Fries was given the opportunity to coach for the United States Field Hockey Association Olympic Futures Training Program from 2005 to 2009. There she served as a skills coach and evaluated/selected athletes for the National Futures Tournament. During her prep career, Fries spent a year playing for the under-18 Rüsselsheimer Ryder Klub Field Hockey Club in Rüsselsheimer, Germany, from 2003 to 2004. Fries spent the year as the team’s midfielder and forward, netting 21 goals in tournament play across Europe. Elizabeth Fries originally hails from Mount Airy, Md., and completed her bachelor’s in anthropology at Wake Forest University in the spring of 2009.

Kelly Perkins Kelly Perkins is from Gilroy, California, and she joins the Tigers’ coaching staff in 2011, after finishing her four seasons on the field as a player in 2010. A 2011 graduate of Pacific, Perkins begins her coaching career on the sidelines for the Tigers as the team’s second assistant. As a player, Perkins completed her four year career with a selection to the NorPac Conference All-West Division Team as a senior. She led the Tigers with 43 shots, six goals and 12 points in 2010. In addition to her six goals, Perkins added two assists while starting all 18 games for Pacific. For her career, Perkins posted 12 goals from the midfield.

Assistant Coach 1st Season Pacific 2011

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2010 Season Review and All-Time Records

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2010 Season Recap one seed Davidson, Pedersen tied the game in the second half, but the Wildcats, playing on their home turf, regained the lead and held on for the 2-1 victory.

The young Tigers field hockey team opened its 2010 campaign receiving votes in the NFHCA preseason poll. Pacific opened the season against a tough nonconference slate that included a meeting at No. 7 Mich- Pacific finished the season with a 2-16 overigan State, Dartmouth, and perrenial power Maine. all record and a sixth-place finish in the NorPac. Pacific opened scoring at Vermont with a 19th minute goal from freshman Melissa Maultsby, but the Catamounts found the equalizer in the 53rd minute to force overtime. Then with a mere 19 seconds remaining in double-overtime, Vermont tallied the game-winner to hand Pacific a heartbreaker. The Tigers finally broke through on a weekend road trip to Missouri, as the squad swept a pair of 4-2 games against Saint Louis and Missouri State. Pacific posted two quick goals against the Billikens, as sophomore Jenna Vivian and senior Megan Pedersen staked the Tigers to a 2-0 lead over Saint Louis. In the second half, junior Robin Nelson tallied her first goal of the season, and Vivian added the insurance goal to put the game out of reach.

The 2010 campaign provided numerous standout individual performances from Pacific Field Hockey. Perkins and junior Amanda Spellman received AllNorPac honors. Perkins led the team with 14 points and six goals, finishing her career with 28 points and 12 goals. Spellman started all 18 games for the Tigers, compiling two assists and one defensive save. Other memorable individual performances came from underclassmen Emily Trudeau, Ashlee Schlesier and Vivian. Trudeau contributed by adding a teamhigh five defensive saves and five assists. Goalkeeper Schlesier played over 907 minutes with 141 saves.

Continuing its excellence in the classroom, the Tigers team was recognized as a 2010 Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Collegiate National Academic In the second match of the weekend, fresh- Squad by the National Field Hockey Coaches Asman Alohilani Ornellas posted a goal and an as- sociation. In addition to the team award, nine sist while Maultsby and senior Kelly Perkins also individual student-athletes earned the award. found the back of the net, and Vivian’s third goal of the weekend sealed the win over Missouri State. The successful weekend resulted in Vivian receiving NorPac Offensive Player of the Week honors. However, Pacific would find itself on the short end of four one-goal losses, including the opener of the NorPac Tournament. Down 1-0 to NorPac number

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All-Time Series Records Albany American American River Appalachian State Arizona Ball State Boise State Boston College Boston Univ. Brown Bucknell Butte College California Central Michigan Chico State Colgate Colorado Colorado State Connecticut Dartmouth Davidson Davis & Elkins Delaware Denver Drexel Duke

1-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 8-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-1 0-5-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 16-64-0 1-1-0 15-19-2 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-3-0 9-2-1 4-2-0 1-4-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0

Eastern Oregon Fairfield George Fox Georgetown Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Idaho Indiana Iowa James Madison Kent State Lafayette LaSalle Long Beach State Longwood Louisville Maine Maryland Massachusetts Miami (Ohio)

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

Michigan Michigan State Missouri State

0-6-0 2-7-1 10-9-0

New Hampshire North Carolina North Dakota NE Missouri State Northeastern Northern Illinois Northwestern Ohio Ohio State Oregon COE Pennsylvania Penn State Providence

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

Radford Rhode Island Richmond Rutgers Sacramento City Sacrament State Saint Louis

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

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1-0-0 1-5-0 3-0-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 1-2-0

1-0-0 1-4-1 14-3-1

San Jose State Simon Fraser Southern Illinois S. Oregon State Springfield Stanford St. Joseph’s Syracuse Temple Towson UC Davis Vermont Virginia Virginia Comm. Wake Forest Washington State Westchester William & Mary Willamette Yale Yuba College

5-16-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-2-1 0-1-0 16-64-4 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 8-8-2 0-3-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-4-0 2-2-1 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-1-1 1-1-0 0-1-0

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All-Time Results

1977 - (2-16-2, 0-4-1) Head Coach: Doris Meyer * UC Davis * Chico State * San Jose State * Stanford & at Chico State & SAN JOSE STATE at California & UC DAVIS & at Stanford $ Eastern Oregon College $ So. Oregon State College $ Willamette $ Oregon College of Education & at Sacramento State % Long Beach State % Sacramento State % Stanford % UC Davis % Chico State % California

T, 0-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-5 L, 0-2 L, 0-10 L, 0-15 L, 0-10 T, 2-2 L, 0-11 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-6 L, 0-4 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-6 L, 0-3 L, 1-3

1978 - (3-11-3, 0-6) Head Coach: Doris Meyer at NorCal Tournament & at San Jose State SACRAMENTO CITY & CALIFORNIA AMERICAN RIVER & at UC Davis & at Stanford & SACRAMENTO STATE $ Southern Oregon College $ Sacramento State $ Willamette $ UC Davis & CHICO STATE

0-4-1 L, 0-10 W, 8-0 L, 1-7 W, 4-3 L, 0-2 L, 0-8 L, 0-4 T, 1-1 T, 3-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-3

1979 - (5-12-1, 1-5) Head Coach: Carla Konet at California vs. UC Davis at Sacramento State vs. Long Beach State AMERICAN RIVER at Yuba College STANFORD at Sacramento State vs. Willamette vs. Butte SOUTHERN OREGON GEORGE FOX OREGON COE WASHINGTON STATE UC DAVIS CHICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE AMERICAN RIVER

L, 0-8 L, 0-4 L, 1-5 L, 0-4 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-4 L, 0-5 T, 2-2 L, 1-3 W, 4-3 L, 0-1 W, 4-1 L, 0-5 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 L, 0-8 W, 3-2

1980 - (5-8-2, 0-5-1) Head Coach: Carla Konet at Sacramento State at UC Davis vs. Arizona at Long Beach State UC DAVIS at Stanford

W, 2-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-1

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SACRAMENTO STATE WASHINGTON STATE CHICO STATE S. OREGON COLLEGE vs. Boise State vs. Oregon College of Education vs. Idaho at San Jose State CALIFORNIA

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

1981 - (9-10-2, 1-4) Head Coach: Carla Konet at UC Davis • STANFORD ^ Long Beach State ^ UC Davis ^ Stanford ! University of Denver ! Colorado ! North Dakota ! Colorado State ! Northeast Missouri State • CHICO STATE at Stanford • SAN JOSE STATE # Long Beach State # Chico State # San Jose State # Washington State • UC DAVIS • at California at Long Beach State

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

1982 - (7-10, 3-3) Head Coach: Carla Konet STANFORD ^ San Jose State ^ California ^ Chico State ^ Long Beach State • CHICO STATE UC DAVIS • WASHINGTON STATE • at San Jose State • at UC Davis • CALIFORNIA # vs. Washington State # vs. California # vs. Chico State # vs. Simon Fraser • at Stanford SAN JOSE STATE

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

1983 - (3-11-1, 1-7) Head Coach: Carla Konet at Stanford L, 1-4 at Rutgers W, 1-0 at Yale W, 2-1 at Connecticut L, 0-4 SAN JOSE STATE L, 1-2 at Chico State W, 1-0 at California L, 1-4 LONG BEACH STATE L, 0-1 (2 OT) STANFORD L, 0-2 at California L, 0-5 vs. Long Beach State T, 0-0 vs. Chico State L, 1-3 CHICO STATE L, 1-3

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at San Jose State CALIFORNIA 1984 - (4-6-1, 4-3-1) Head Coach: Carla Konet • at California vs. Northwestern • at Stanford • at San Jose State • at Chico State • CALIFORNIA • STANFORD # Stanford # California • SAN JOSE STATE • CHICO STATE

L, 1-2 L, 1-3

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

1985 - (4-8-1, 3-4-1) Head Coach: Carla Konet at Springfield L, 2-3 at Massachusetts L, 0-5 at Dartmouth L, 1-2 • at California L, 0-1 • STANFORD T, 1-1 (2 OT) • SAN JOSE STATE L, 2-4 • at Chico State W, 1-0 # San Jose State L, 0-2 # James Madison W, 3-2 • CALIFORNIA L, 1-2 • at Stanford L, 1-2 • CHICO STATE W, 3-2 (2 OT) • at San Jose State W, 2-1 1986 - (7-7, 5-3) Head Coach: Carla Konet • at San Jose State W, 2-1 (OT) OHIO STATE W, 4-3 at Temple L, 0-3 at WestChester L, 1-6 at North Carolina L, 0-5 • CHICO STATE W, 2-0 • at Stanford L, 0-1 • CALIFORNIA W, 2-0 # San Jose State W, 2-0 (OT) # Stanford L, 0-2 • SAN JOSE STATE W, 3-0 • at Chico State W, 2-1 • STANFORD L, 0-1 • at California L, 0-2 1987 - (1-11-2, 0-8) Head Coach: Carla Konet 1 Southern Illinois W, 2-0 1 Missouri State L, 0-1 1 Saint Louis T, 0-0 (2 OT) • at California L, 0-1 • STANFORD L, 0-3 • at Chico State L, 0-1 • at San Jose State L, 0-1 • at Stanford L, 2-3 (OT) • CALIFORNIA L, 0-2 # Chico State T, 2-2 (OT) # California L, 1-3 # Stanford L, 0-2 • CHICO STATE L, 2-3 • SAN JOSE STATE L, 0-2


1988 - (5-10-1, 3-2-1) Head Coach: Carla Konet CALIFORNIA L, 2-3 • STANFORD L, 0-2 • at Chico State T, 2-2 (2 OT) at Stanford L, 1-3 • at California W, 2-1 (OT) at Northeastern L, 0-5 at Providence L, 1-2 (OT) at Boston College L, 2-3 (2 OT) MAINE W, 3-1 • at Stanford W, 2-1 • CHICO STATE L, 0-1 at Chico State L, 1-2 # vs. Stanford L, 0-2 # vs. California L, 1-2 # vs. Chico State W, 1-0 • CALIFORNIA W, 2-0

1989 - (9-6-1, 4-3) Head Coach: Carla Konet STANFORD W, 2-1 • at Chico State W, 2-1 MICHIGAN L, 0-1 • STANFORD W, 2-0 • at California L, 1-4 at Northern Illinois L, 0-5 vs. Michigan State W, 4-0 at Northwestern L, 0-3 • CALIFORNIA W, 2-1 (OT) • CHICO STATE L, 0-1 # vs. Chico State W, 1-0 # vs. Stanford T, 2-2 CHICO STATE W, 1-0 at California W, 2-1 • at Stanford W, 2-1 2 vs. Providence L, 1-3

1990 - (6-9, 3-3) Head Coach: Carla Konet vs. Rutgers L, 1-3 STANFORD L, 1-4 • STANFORD L, 0-3 • CALIFORNIA L, 0-2 • at Chico State W, 3-1 at Dartmouth W, 3-1 at New Hampshire L, 0-3 at Boston Univ. L, 1-5 • at Stanford L, 0-3 • CHICO STATE W, 3-1 vs. Stanford L, 0-2 (OT) vs. Chico State L, 0-2 CALIFORNIA W, 2-1 at Chico State W, 1-0 • at California W, 3-0

1991 - (4-7, 3-4) Head Coach: Carla Konet CALIFORNIA STANFORD CHICO STATE at Virginia at William and Mary CALIFORNIA vs. Stanford at Stanford at California 3 vs. California 3 vs. Stanford

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

1992 - (3-9-1, 1-4-1) Head Coach: Carla Konet • at Stanford • at California

T, 3-3 L, 0-3

vs. Saint Louis SAINT LOUIS • CALIFORNIA • STANFORD vs. Bucknell vs. Missouri State • at California • STANFORD at Michigan vs. Boston College vs. Kent State

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

1993 - (3-9, 1-5) Head Coach: Carla Konet vs. Rutgers L, 0-2 at Ball State L, 1-7 at Miami (Ohio) W, 4-3 (2 OT) vs. Central Michigan W, 2-1 (OT) • STANFORD L, 0-4 • CALIFORNIA L, 0-2 • at Stanford L, 0-4 • at California L, 2-3 (2 OT) vs. Duke (at California) L, 1-2 (OT) MISSOURI STATE L, 0-1 • at Stanford L, 1-5 • CALIFORNIA W, 2-1 (OT) 1994 - (2-11, 2-4) Head Coach: Carla Konet vs. Michigan State • CALIFORNIA at Maine vs. Dartmouth vs. New Hampshire • STANFORD • at California DAVIS & ELKINS • at Stanford • CALIFORNIA vs. Boston College • STANFORD 3 vs. California 1995 - (1-11, 0-6) Head Coach: Carla Konet

L, 2-4 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-4 L, 1-5 L, 1-2 L, 0-5 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-2 L, 0-6 W, 2-1 L, 1-4

MAINE • at California at Northwestern vs. Saint Louis • STANFORD • at California • at Stanford • at Stanford • CALIFORNIA at Saint Louis vs. Davis & Elkins vs. Missouri State

L, 0-2 L, 0-6 L, 0-3 W, 2-0 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 L, 0-5 L, 0-7 L, 1-5 L, 2-4 L, 0-1 L, 0-1

1996 - (2-9, 0-4) Head Coach: Carla Konet DELAWARE • CALIFORNIA • STANFORD SAINT LOUIS • at Stanford VERMONT MISSOURI STATE vs. Kent State at Ohio State vs. Ohio • at California

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

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1997 - (3-12, 0-4) Head Coach: Carla Konet vs. Michigan State L, 0-5 vs. Michigan L, 0-4 DREXEL W, 2-1 (PS) SYRACUSE L, 0-3 at Iowa L, 1-11 vs. Missouri State L, 1-3 CALIFORNIA L, 2-4 • STANFORD L, 0-6 • CALIFORNIA L, 0-2 • at Stanford L, 0-1 vs. Missouri State L, 2-3 vs. Louisville W, 2-1 at Saint Louis W, 1-0 • at California L, 0-2 vs. Stanford L, 1-3 1998 - (5-9, 2-3) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald WESTCHESTER W, 2-1 CALIFORNIA W, 1-0 vs. Northwestern L, 0-4 • DAVIS & ELKINS W, 2-0 • vs. Saint Louis W, 2-1 (OT) • STANFORD L, 1-4 at La Salle L, 1-2 at Pennsylvania L, 1-5 at Rutgers L, 0-7 at Stanford L, 1-5 • at California L, 2-3 • vs. Missouri State L, 0-3 3 at Saint Louis L, 0-1 (2 OT) 3 vs. Davis & Elkins W, 2-1 (PS) 1999 - (5-12-0, 2-3) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. Iowa L, 0-3 HOFSTRA L, 2-3 (PS) • CALIFORNIA L, 1-2 at Louisville L, 1-2 (OT) vs. Miami (Ohio) L, 0-4 vs. Wake Forest L, 0-6 • at Stanford L, 0-5 at California L, 0-6 DAVIDSON W, 2-1 (OT) vs. Albany L, 2-3 • vs. Missouri State W, 1-0 • vs. Saint Louis W, 3-2 • at Davis & Elkins W, 3-2 (OT) STANFORD L, 1-2 vs. Davis & Elkins W, 5-0 at Stanford L, 0-2 vs. Missouri State L, 2-4 2000 - (3-14-0, 2-3) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald • at California L, 3-4 (OT) MIAMI (OHIO) L, 1-2 vs. Boston College L, 0-8 MISSOURI STATE L, 1-2 • MISSOURI STATE L, 0-3 CALIFORNIA L, 0-1 vs. Maine L, 0-2 at Rhode Island L, 0-4 vs. Vermont L, 2-3 (OT) at Holy Cross L, 0-3 • SAINT LOUIS W, 1-0

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vs. Pennsylvania • DAVIDSON • STANFORD at Stanford 3 vs. Davidson 3 vs. Saint Louis

L, 0-4 W, 5-4 (PS) L, 0-4 L, 2-5 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 (PS)

2001 - (5-10-0, 2-4) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. Delaware L, 0-4 vs. Maryland L, 0-8 FAIRFIELD L, 1-2 (OT) vs. Michigan State L, 0-3 • at Saint Louis W, 2-1 vs. Missouri State W, 2-1 (PS) • at Saint Louis W, 3-2 (OT) • at California L, 0-5 • CALIFORNIA L, 0-2 • at Stanford L, 0-3 • STANFORD L, 0-1 at Stanford L, 2-5 at Wake Forest L, 0-10 vs. Radford W, 2-1 3 vs. Appalachian State W, 1-0 3 vs. California L, 0-3 2002 - (4-14-0, 2-4) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. Rutgers W, 2-1 (PS) vs. Ohio State L, 0-3 at Central Michigan L, 0-4 at Michigan State L, 0-7 vs. St. Joseph’s L, 2-5 • STANFORD L, 1-2 • at Stanford L, 0-1 (OT) • CALIFORNIA L, 1-2 (OT) at Fairfield L, 0-4 vs. Brown L, 1-3 at Providence L, 2-5 vs. Yale L, 1-3 • SAINT LOUIS W, 2-0 • SAINT LOUIS W, 1-0 • at California L, 0-5 3 vs. Missouri State W, 3-0 3 vs. California L, 0-1 3 vs. Radford L, 0-2 2003 - (9-7-0, 3-3) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. Villanova W, 2-0 vs. Ohio State L, 1-3 • CALIFORNIA L, 0-2 at Delaware W, 2-1 (OT) vs. American L, 0-1 at No. 3 Maryland L, 0-7 at Georgetown W, 2-1 • at Stanford L, 2-4 • at California L, 2-3 (OT) • at Missouri State W, 2-1(OT) vs. Davidson W, 2-1 (PS) at Saint Louis W, 5-0 • STANFORD W, 4-1 3 vs. Radford L, 0-1 (PS) 3 vs. Davidson W, 3-0 2004 - (11-10-0, 4-2) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald 8/28 vs. Providence W, 3-1 8/29 vs. Hofstra L, 2-3 (PS) 9/2 vs. Albany W, 2-1 (OT) 9/3 vs. Richmond L, 0-3 9/5 at Colgate W, 3-0

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9/6 9/18 9/21 9/26 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/23 11/4 11/5 11/6 11/9 11/13

at Syracuse • at California • STANFORD vs. Virginia Comm. • CALIFORNIA at Iowa vs. Michigan vs. Ohio State • MISSOURI STATE • MISSOURI STATE • at Stanford 3 vs. Appalachian State 3 vs. Stanford 3 vs. California 4 LOUISVILLE 2 at Michigan

8/27 8/28 9/2 9/3 9/5 9/8 9/9 9/11 9/23 9/25 10/1 10/8 10/13 10/14 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/29 11/4 11/5

2005 - (8-12-0, 5-1) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. Delaware L, 2-3 (OT) MIAMI W, 2-0 vs. Syracuse W, 4-0 vs. Michigan State L, 0-2 vs.Iowa L, 1-8 at Louisville L, 1-4 at Indiana L, 0-6 • vs. Appalachian State W, 5-1 • CALIFORNIA W, 2-1 STANFORD L, 1-2 • at Stanford W, 4-3 (OT3) at California L, 1-6 William and Mary L, 0-4 at Virginia Comm. L, 1-3 • vs. Davidson W, 3-1 • LONGWOOD W, 6-1 vs. Michigan L, 0-3 • RADFORD L, 2-3 3 vs. Radford W, 2-1 (OT2) 3 vs. California L, 0-4

8/26 8/27 8/29 9/2 9/3 9/7 9/8 9/10 9/16 9/21 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/28 11/2 11/3

2006 - (11-8-0, 4-2) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. No. 1 Maryland L, 0-6 vs. No. 6 American W, 4-3 (OT) vs. UMASS W, 5-2 vs. New Hampshire W, 1-0 vs. No. 2 Wake Forest L, 1-5 at Ball State W, 5-3 vs. Saint Louis W, 4-0 at No. 6 Ohio State L, 2-6 No. 15 CALIFORNIA L, 2-3 • STANFORD L, 1-2 at Stanford W, 3-2 at Virginia L, 2-4 • vs. Radford W, 3-2 • at Longwood W, 4-1 • vs. Davidson W, 5-1 • APPALACHIAN STATE W, 6-0 • at No. 13 California L, 2-3 (OT) 3 vs. Appalachian State L, 2-3 3 vs. Davidson W, 4-1

8/25 8/26 8/31 9/2 9/3 9/15 9/16 9/21

2007 - (7-11-0, 4-2) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald vs. No. 16 Indiana L, 1-2 vs. No. 9 Boston College L, 1-3 MISSOURI STATE W, 3-1 • at Stanford L, 2-4 vs. Vermont L, 2-3 at New Hampshire L, 0-1 at Harvard L, 2-3 at California L, 2-6

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L, 1-2 (OT) L, 1-3 W, 5-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-5 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 3-2 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 1-2 (OT)

9/30 10/4 10/5 10/7 10/14 10/20 10/30 11/1 11/2 11/3

STANFORD • vs. Radford • vs. Davidson • at Longwood vs. No. 4 Wake Forest • CALIFORNIA • vs. Appalachian State 3 vs. Radord 3 vs. Appalachian State 3 vs. Longwood

L, 1-2 L, 0-1 (OT) W, 6-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-5 W, 3-2 W, 7-1 L, 1-2 W, 5-2 W, 3-2

8/30 9/5 9/6 9/8 9/14 9/18 9/20 9/21 9/27 10/4 10/12 10/16 10/18 10/19 10/26 11/6 11/7 11/8

2008 - (6-12-0, 4-2) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald • CALIFORNIA L, 3-0 at Kent State L, 2-1 vs. Lock Haven L, 3-0 vs. Robert Morris W, 3-0 vs. Iowa L, 8-0 vs. Indiana L, 4-3 (OT) vs. Michigan State L, 7-0 at Miami (Ohio) L, 3-2 • at Stanford L, 7-0 • at California L, 3-0 • vs. Davidson W, 4-2 • at Appalachian State W, 3-0 • vs. Radford W, 2-1 • vs. Longwood W, 3-2 • STANFORD L, 2-1 (4-3 SO) 3 vs. Appalachian State W, 3-0 3 vs. Stanford L, 3-2 3 at Longwood L, 3-1

8/28 8/29 9/3 9/12 9/17 9/18 9/20 9/25 9/27 10/11 10/18 10/22 10/24 10/25 10/31 11/5 11/6

2009 - (5-12-0, 3-3) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald Missouri State W, 2-1 Towson L, 3-2 Kent L, 3-1 • California W, 2-1 at Lafayette L, 4-3 Maine L, 7-2 Hofstra L, 5-1 • at Stanford L, 5-1 • at Davis W, 1-0 • Stanford L, 3-0 • at California L, 4-1 at Louisville L, 6-0 Penn State L, 6-4 at Indiana L, 3-0 • Davis W, 2-1 3 Longwood L, 3-1 3 Appalachian State W, 7-2

8/27 8/29 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/12 9/18 9/25 9/26 10/8 10/10 10/11 10/16 10/22 10/24 10/30 11/4 11/5

2010 - (2-16-0, 0-6) Head Coach: Linda MacDonald Stanford L, 6-0 at Miami (Ohio) L, 8-0 Michigan State L, 10-0 at Dartmouth L, 6-1 at Vermont L, 2-1 Maine L, 7-2 at California L, 3-0 at St. Louis W, 4-2 Missouri St. W, 4-2 Delaware L, 2-0 at Maryland L, 11-2 at Towson L, 3-2 at UC Davis L, 2-1 California L, 3-0 at Stanford L, 6-0 UC Davis L, 4-3 at Davidson L, 2-1 at Radford L, 3-1

Legend * at Preseason Tournament (San Jose State) & Club Team $ at Southern Oregon Tournament % denotes NCAC Conference game • denotes NorPac Conference game ^ at Long Beach Invite ! at Colorado State Invitational # at California Invitational 1 at Saint Louis Tournament 2 at NCAA Tournament 3 at NorPac Championships 4 NCAA Play-in Game


All-Time Roster

Alphabetical Roster Name (Verifiable Years Played) Noelle Adamek.............................. (1999-2000) Roni Aguilar............................................ (1981) Marissa Atilano ................................. (2003-06) Marissa Avina......................................... (2006) Michelle Baker................................... (1991-94) Kristen Bardeen..................................... (2006) Samantha Bates..................................... (1997) Lisa Beach.................................... (1998-2001) Trudy Behan........................................... (1990) Kyla Bell................................................. (2004) Laryl Belles........................................ (1980-82) Julie Bennetts......................................... (1977) Alisha Betcke.................................... (2001-03) Elizabeth Blount..................................... (2005) Lisa Bocchino.................................... (1983-86) Donna Bonino................................... (1985-88) Debbie Botto.......................................... (1978) Beth Borden...................................... (1980-81) Audrey Brand......................................... (2006) Elena Brewer.......................................... (1977) Megan Brick...................................... (1980-81) Kayley Brown....................................... Present Laura Brown........................................... (1981) Karly Brownridge.................................... (2002) Nita Bruner........................................ (1987-90) Bonnie Burch.......................................... (1989) Elle Busch......................................... (2004-07) Tina Caisse............................................ (1977) Vianney Campos............................... (2003-06) Mindy Cannady................................. (1989-91) Marleen Canillas.....................(2008 - Present) Jocelyn Castillo................................. (1994-97) Jen Chaney....................................... (2003-06) Melanie Chase....................................... (2007) Karen Chiaramonte........................... (1989-90) Kristen Chiaramonte......................... (1989-91) Jennifer Clanton................................ (1993-96) Laura Clark........................................ (1995-98) Audrey Collins................................... (1994-95) Dinah Compton.........................(2009-Present) Esther Contreras.................................... (1977) Paige Counsman.......................(2010-Present) Martha Coyne......................................... (1978) Karen Crain............................................ (1990) Wendy Crain ..................................... (1987-90) Brianna Cummins............................ (2006 - 09) Mary Cusick...................................... (1978-81) Mary Davies........................................... (2006) Caitlyn Denham..................................(Present) Courtney Davis.................................. (1995-98) Melody Demel................................... (2004-07) Denise Dickinson................................... (1981) Jenny Dixon................................. (2003, 2005) Monica Douglas............................ (1997-2000) Stephanie Douglass..................(2009-Present) Brenda Doyle.................................... (1997-99) Natalie Dukett................................ (1998-2001) Wendy DuShane............................... (1991-94) Dayna English................................... (1977-78) Aimee Esch....................................... (1989-90) Lizzy Eskue....................................... (2009-10) Angie Esparza........................................ (1987) Pam Fan................................................. (1977) Christina Feliccia............................... (1992-93) Alexandra Fiorina.............................. (2000-03) Lori Fitzgerald................................... (1990-93) Katie Fixsen...................................... (2004-07) Kristen Forcina.................................. (1992-95) Emily Fowler........................................... (1997) Julie Fomenko........................................ (1999) Lesleigh Franklin............................... (1977-78) Sheri Friedrich................................... (1983-86) Kim Gartland..................................... (1994-97) Jennifer Gasang..................................... (1994) Wisti Gaunce..................................... (1984-87) Erica Gordon......................................(Present) Maggie Grindatti........................(2010-Present) Lauren Grupe......................................... (2010)

Megan Haas........................................ (2003-04) Erin Harness........................................ (2005-06) Audrey Harrington.................................... (2003) Lisa Harrison............................................ (1981) Amanda Hardin................................... (1997-99) Sarah Hauslohner............................... (1977-78) Jennifer Haynes....................................... (1977) Jaime Hoffman......................................... (1993) Jenny Hogan....................................... (2000-03) Katie Holcomb..................................... (2006-08) Amy Hollenbach.................................. (2001-04) Maddi Holzworth...................................(Present) Donna Hope............................................. (1977) Kim Hopper......................................... (1983-86) Hayley Hull.......................................... (2007-08) Corin Imai................................................. (2006) Lauren Jeanot...........................(2008 - Present) Andrea Jones...................................... (1991-94) Jackie Jones............................................. (1987) Jessica Jones.................................... (2007 - 09) Sandra Jones...................................... (1994-97) Tessa Kannall........................................... (2003) Cameron Kato..................................... (2000-03) Terry Kayser............................................. (1991) Kim Keyawa...................................... (2006 - 09) Karey Knowles.................................... (1994-96) Heather Kottmeier............................... (2000-03) Laura Kuhn............................................... (1981) Shannon Kupersmith................................ (1999) Luci Lagrimas...................................... (1981-84) Erica LaRosa............................................ (1996) Sasha Larsen...................................... (2005-08) Meg Lawhead........................................... (1981) Eileen Legaspi..................................... (2005-06) Kedibone Leubane........................ (2005-07, 09) Laura Liebman ........................................ (1989) Michelle Lovejoy....................................... (2001) Veronica Luckrow................................ (1992-95) Sarah Lytle.......................................... (2007-08) Molly Macierz........................................(Present) Lisa Madsen........................................ (2003-04) Maria Mahon............................................ (1991) Michelle Manson................................. (2002-05) Brianne Martinez................................. (2003-06) Victoria Matsumoto......................(2008-Present) Melissa Maultsby.........................(2010-Present) Laura Maurer....................................... (2002-05) Michelle McClaskey............................. (1993-96) Kendra McCord................................... (1991-94) Diana McCue....................................... (1980-81) Nicole McDonald...................................... (1998) Katy McDonough............................... (2006 - 09) Kaily McGrath...................................... (2002-05) Melissa McGhee.................................. (2005-08) Karis McGraw.................................. (1998-2001) Leigh McNiff......................................... (1983-86) Melissa McNutt.................................... (1989-91) Anne McQueen........................................ (1989) Cindy Medina........................................... (1977) Sheri Megginson................................. (1985-88) Nance Mercado................................... (1981-82) Sarah Merritt............................................. (1995) Sarah Miceli......................................... (2007-10) Kelly Miller........................................... (2005-08) Kelly Miller........................................... (1997-99) Tami Miller................................................ (1997) Joanna Mobley......................................... (1987) Venus Moll........................................... (1990-93) Jill Moore............................................. (1977-80) Rosalie Moran ......................................... (1978) Leigh Morrison (McNiff)....................... (1983-86) Elizabeth Morse ....................................... (1978) Rachel Moxley..................................... (2009-10) Lisa Muhl........................................... (2006 - 09) Ashley Murin........................................ (1999-02) Pat Mushrim........................................ (1978-81) Kim Myers............................................ (2003-04) Anita Natale.............................................. (1978) Danielle Neault.................................... (2005-08) Robin Nelson.............................(2008 - Present) Erica Nestle......................................... (2005-08) Samantha Neverett.................................. (2008)

Field Hockey

Ashley Niccum..................................... (2005-08) Christinia Niccum.............................. (2008 - 10) Valerie Niles......................................... (2004-07) Kalyn Noe................................................. (2003) Julie Norbutas..................................... (1993-96) Cindy Norling....................................... (1982-85) Jenny O’Brien........................................... (1990) Catrina Olivo.................................... (1999-2002) Anika Olsen......................................... (1990-92) Krystine Ongbongan............................ (2000-02) Alohilani Ornellas.................................(Present) Heidi Overgard......................................... (1995) Lisa Pallari........................................... (1994-96) Margie Peck........................................ (1977-79) Megan Pedersen................................ (2007 -10) Ann Pederson........................................... (1987) Leanne Perez........................................... (1978) Cathryn Perkins................................... (2000-01) Kelly Perkins....................................... (2007 -10) Lauren Peterson...................................(Present) Erin Phalen.......................................... (1996-99) Roberta Polgar......................................... (1977) Emily Porter......................................... (1992-94) Kim Pugh.................................................. (2002) Natalie Purcell..................................... (2004-05) Courtney Radonich.................... (1999, 2001-02) Sheri Rauscher......................................... (1990) Kara Raynor........................................ (2004-06) Charlyn Risely..................................... (1977-78) Malia Robertson...................................(Present) Reilly Robinson........................................ (1994) Laura Rockwell.................................... (1977-78) Phyllis Rogers..................................... (1989-92) Samantha Romero......................(2009-Present) Kim Rosetta......................................... (1993-94) Lindsey Rovai...................................... (2001-04) Tina Royce............................................... (1989) Gina Sadler......................................... (2001-03) Sandra Sam............................................. (1989) Stacy Saurer........................................ (1983-86) Sandra Saunders................................ (1981-84) Ashlee Schlesier..........................(2009-Present) Gretchen Shannon.............................. (1995-96) Breanne Shroyer................................. (1996-99) Kristen Smith................................... (1999-2000) Amanda Spellman.....................(2008 - Present) Lisa Stamm......................................... (1992-95) Dawn Steaffens................................... (1984-87) Doreen Stern.............................(2008 - Present) Leanne Tarr..................................... (1998-2001) Gina Tashjian............................................ (2002) Katelyn Tatar.........................................(Present) Rachel Taylor....................................... (2007-08) Angela Teran............................. (1989, 1991-92) Aimee Tomasso................................... (1996-99) Kristi Townley............................................ (1999) Giovanna Tripiano........................... (1998-2001) Jenny Tran........................................... (2001-04) Emily Tregoning...........................(2010-Present) Tarrah Trotter...............................(2010-Present) Emily Trudeau.............................(2009-Present) Beth Vechinski................................. (1998-2000) Carmela Villafuerte.............................. (1980-81) Jenna Vivian...............................(2009- Present) Sarah Vodden........................................... (1994) Alexandra Wagner.................................... (2001) Elizabeth Walker....................................... (2000) Dana Walsh......................................... (2002-05) Julia Waters.............................................. (1987) Courtney Weaving.................................... (2008) Shelly Wenger.......................................... (1981) Ellie Whitbeck........................................... (1989) Nicolette Wiegand........................... (1999-2002) Janel Wing........................................... (1989-92) Deb Worsley........................................ (1984-87) Lauren Woods.......................................... (2007) Sara Wright............................................... (1977) Sarah Wright........................................ (1995-98) Corinne Yeider...........................(2008 - Present) Laura Young........................................ (1989-92) Ruth Young.......................................... (1980-81) Lisa Zinn................................................... (1990)

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Record Book Rank Name 1. Vianney Campos 2. Katy McDonough 3. Kim Keyawa 4. Donna Bonino 5. Kedibone Leubane 6. Lisa Bocchino 7. Phyllis Rogers 8. Nicolette Wiegand 9. Nita Bruner 10. Jill Moore

All-Time Offense Years 2003-06 2006-09 2006-09 1985-88 2005-07, 09 1983-86 1989-92 1999-02 1987-90 1977-80

Goals 68 23 22 19 16 15 15 19 18 17

Assists 18 19 5 4 8 10 10 2 1 2

Total Points 154 65 49 42 40 40 40 40 37 36

All-Time Goalkeeping (minimum of 100 saves)

Rank Name 1. Cindy Norling 2. Megan Brick 3. Shari Megginson 4. Lori Fitzgerald 5. Kristen Forcina 6. Angela Teran 7. Lisa Beach 8. Kim Myers 9. Margie Peck 10. Ashlee Schlesier

Years Saves 1982-85 647 1980-81 436 1985-88 624 1990-93 219 1992-95 557 1989, 91-92 210 1998-2001 530 2003-04 129 1977-79 175 2009-10 252

Individual Offensive Records

Pct. .881 .880 .875 .842 .834 .823 .782 .772 .741 .724

Individual Defensive Records

Most goals scored in a game: 5 - by Vianney Campos, 10/10/2006 3 - by Jill Moore, 10/19/1979 3 - by Jill Moore, 11/14/1979 3 - by Pat Mushrim, 10/18/1980 3 - by Nance Mercado, 10/22/1982 3 - by Anika Olsen, 9/26/1992 3 - by Lindsey Rovai, 9/5/2004 3 - By Kim Keyawa, 11/6/2009 Most goals scored in a season: 32 - by Vianney Campos, 2006 Most goals scored in a career: 68 - by Vianney Campos, 2003-06 Most assists in a season: 8 - by Vianney Campos, 2006 8 - by Jennifer Chaney, 2005 8 - by Katy McDonough, 2008 Most assists in a career: 19 - Katy McDonough, 2006-09`

Most goalkeeper saves in a game: 33 - by Lisa Beach, vs. Cal, 9/11/1999 27 - by Megan Brick, vs. LBSU, 10/23/1981 27 - by Megan Brick, vs. LBSU, 9/25/1981 26 - by Shari Megginson vs. Northeastern, 9/30/1988 26 - by Angela Teran, vs. VCU, 10/6/1992 Most goalkeeper saves in a season: 294 - by Megan Brick, 1991 Most goalkeeper saves in a career: 647 - by Cindy Norling, 1982-85 Most shutouts in a season: 7 - by Megan Brick, 1981 Most defensive saves in a game: 3 - by Cameron Kato, vs. American, 9/12/03 3 - by Laura Young (3 times), 1989, 1990, 1992 Most defensive saves in a season: 11 - by Wendy Crain, 1989 Most defensive saves in a career: 20 - by Lisa Muhl, 2006-09 13 - by Cameron Kato, 2000-2003 13 - by Wendy Crain, 1987-90

Team Offensive Records

Most wins in a season: 11 - 2004, 2006 Best winning percentage: .594 (9-6-1) - 1989 Most goals in a game: 7 - vs. Appalachian State 10/30/07 7 - vs. Appalachian State 11/6/09 Most goals in a season: 55 - 2006 43 - 2007 36 - 2005 & 2004

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Goals Against 87 59 89 41 111 45 148 38 61 96

Team Defensive Records Fewest goals allowed in a season: 19 - 11 games, 1984 22 - 15 games, 1980 27 - 16 games, 2003 27 - 13 games, 1985

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Awards MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Donated by Carla Konet, In honor of Doris Meyer 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Marti Coyne Ruth Young Sandra Saunders Margarita Robinson Kim Hopper Jenny Webber Erica Christenson Kim Morton Anne Pederson & Wendy Smith Maria Mahon Janel Wing & Laura Young Jenny O’Brien Michele Baker Kristen Forcina Michele McClaskey Karey Knowles Audrey Collins Erica LaRosa Emily Fowler Giovanna Tripiano Giovanna Tripiano Emily Curran Lindsey Rovai Alisha Betcke Brianne Martinez Jen Chaney Elle Busch Audrey Brand Rachel Taylor Kelly Perkins Doreen Stern Emily Trudeau

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Donated by Marge Larsen, In Memory of William & Elizabeth Larsen 1979 Laura McCarthy 1980 Megan Brick 1981 Luci Lagrimas 1982 Luci Lagrimas 1983 Luci Lagrimas 1984 Luci Lagrimas 1985 Kerry McCracken 1986 Leigh McNiff 1987 Shari Megginson 1988 Shari Megginson 1989 Wendy Crain 1990 Wendy Crain 1991 Janel Wing 1992 Laura Young 1993 Venus Moll 1994 Kristen Forcina & Kendra McCord 1995 Kristen Forcina 1996 Karey Knowles 1997 Kim Gartland 1998 Sarah Wright 1999 Lisa Beach & Brenda Doyle 2000 Leanne Tarr 2001 Leanne Tarr 2002 Cameron Kato 2003 Heather Kottmeier 2004 Kim Myers & Lindsey Rovai 2005 Kaily McGrath 2006 Vianney Campos 2007 Elle Busch 2008 Lisa Muhl 2009 Lisa Muhl 2010 Kelly Perkins LEADING SCORER Donated by Jill Moore, Lisa Bocchino & Leigh McNiff 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Jill Moore Jill Moore Laryl Belles Laryl Belles & Nance Mercado Lisa Bocchino & Luci Lagrimas Luci Lagrimas & Debbie Worsley Donna Bonino Donna Bonino Laurel Botsford, Nita Bruner & Kim McDougal Donna Bonino Nita Bruner Nita Bruner Janel Wing Anika Olsen Wendy DuShane Wendy DuShane Jen Clanton & Lisa Pallari Jen Clanton Karey Knowles Sarah Wright Sarah Wright Nicolette Wiegand Beth Vechinski & Nicolete Wiegand Nicolete Wiegand Alexandra Fiorina Vianney Campos Vianney Campos Vianney Campos Vianney Campos Kedibone Leubane Katy McDonough Kim Keyawa Kelly Perkins

OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE PLAYER Donated by Luci Lagrimas 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Donna Bonino Lisa Bocchino Donna Bonino Donna Bonino Nita Bruner Nita Bruner Phyllis Rogers Phyllis Rogers Wendy DuShane Wendy DuShane Jen Clanton Jen Clanton Sarah Wright Sarah Wright Kristi Townley Giovanna Tripiano Giovanna Tripiano Alexandra Fiorina Vianney Campos Vianney Campos Jennifer Chaney Vianney Campos Katy McDonough Katy McDonough Katy McDonough Kim Keyawa Kelly Perkins Jenna Vivian

COACHES AWARD

OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE PLAYER Donated by Lisa Bocchino and Leigh McNiff 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Megan Brick Denis Dickinson & Cindy Norling Diane Bagg Stacy Sauer Leigh McNiff Shari Megginson Debbie Worsley Wendy Crain Wendy Crain Wendy Crain Laura Young Laura Young Kendra McCord Kendra McCord Karey Knowles Karey Knowles Beth Vechinski Lisa Beach & Amanda Hardin Amanda Hardin Leanne Tarr Lisa Beach & Leanne Tarr Courtney Radonich Cameron Kato Michelle Manson Michelle Manson Lisa Muhl Lisa Muhl Brianna Cummins Lisa Muhl Amanda Spellman

MOST DEDICATED PLAYER Donated by Linda MacDonald 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Lisa Beach & Ashley Murin Ashley Murin Ashley Murin Megan Haas 2004 Team Brianne Martinez Sasha Larsen Melody Demel Sasha Larsen Brianna Cummins Dinah Compton

HAROLD BRANTING AWARD *For Academic Excellence* 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Wendy DuShane Wendy DuShane & Kendra McCord Wendy DuShane & Kendra McCord Audrey Collins Courtney Davis Laura Clark & Courtney Davis Courtney Davis Leanne Tarr Lisa Beach Jennifer Hogan Alisha Betcke Alisha Betcke Brianne Martinez Michelle Manson Danielle Neault Danielle Neault Danielle Neault Kim Keyawa

ESPRIT DE CORPS Donated by Marge Larsen, In honor of Libby Matson 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Anne McQueen Aimee Esch Janel Wing Christina Feliccia & Janel Wing Christina Feliccia & Kristen Forcina Kristen Forcina Veronica Luckow & Gretchen Shannon Gretchen Shannon Sandy Jones Lisa Beach Lisa Beach Gina Sadler Gina Sadler Karly Brownridge Kim Myers Kim Myers Laura Maurer Sasha Larsen Danielle Neault & Valerie Niles Danielle Neault Kiddy Leubane and Baby Sean Maggie Grindatti

Pat Mushrim Beth Borden Nance Mercado Lisa Harrison Lisa Harrison & Leigh McNiff Lisa Bocchino Jenny Webber Lisa Bocchino Kim McDougal Aimee Esch

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Marti Coyne Ruth Young Jill Jacobson Lisa Harrison Sheri Fredrich Lisa Bocchino Dawn Steaffens Anne Pederson Bridget Bobo Nancy Semeliss Lisa Zinn Mindy Cannady Lori Somers Richard Stark Bonnie Adames Shawn Walsh Alex Chavez & Mike Dalgety Tomoko Koike Mike Dillon Tom and Mary Tripiano Emily Curran, Sally Nichols, & Gina Sadler Melissa Montgomery Michelle Manson Lindsey Rovai & Megan Haas Alice Davis & Glen Sisk Debra Busch, Voni McGrath Adele Maurer Melody Demel Katie Fixsen Kelly Miller Erica Nestle

ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Diane McCue Megan Brick Luci Lagrimas Luci Lagrimas Nance Mercado Luci Lagrimas Luci Lagrimas Kerry McCracken Leigh McNiff Stacy Sauer Lisa Bocchino Donna Bonino Sheri Friedrich Leigh McNiff Shari Megginson Donna Bonino Shari Megginson Donna Bonino Shari Megginson Nita Bruner Wendy Crain Tina Royce Nita Bruner Karen Chiaramonte Wendy Crain Phyllis Rogers Venus Moll Phyllis Rogers Laura Young Venus Moll Laura Young Michele Baker Kendra McCord Venus Moll Wendy DuShane Kristen Forcina Kendra McCord Kristen Forcina Veronica Luckow Jen Clanton Karey Knowles Jocelyn Castillo Kim Gartland Sarah Wright Brenda Doyle Sarah Wright Brenda Doyle Aimee Tomasso Leanne Tarr Leanne Tarr Giovanna Tripiano Alexandra Fiorina Cameron Kato Ashley Murin Dana Walsh Nicolette Wiegand Vianney Campos Cameron Kato Heather Kottmeier

Field Hockey

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Vianney Campos Michelle Manson Lindsey Rovai Vianney Campos Jennifer Chaney Michelle Manson Vianney Campos Jennifer Chaney Katie Fixsen Katy McDonough Elle Busch Katie Fixsen Kedibone Leubane Katy McDonough Katy McDonough Lisa Muhl Katy McDonough Kiddy Leubane Lisa Muhl Kelly Perkins Amanda Spellman

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1984 1986 1989

Luci Lagrimas Leigh McNiff Wendy Crain

ALL-AMERICAN 1982 1983 1984 1986 1989 2006

Luci Lagrimas Luci Lagrimas Luci Lagrimas Leigh McNiff Wendy Crain Vianney Campos

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN NFHCA National Academic All-American Team 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Wendy DuShane Kendra McCord Wendy DuShane Kendra McCord Courtney Davis Laura Clark Courtney Davis Laura Clark Courtney Davis Beth Vechinski Sarah Wright Lisa Beach Natalie Dukett Leanne Tarr Lisa Beach Jenny Hogan Ashley Murin Beth Vechinski Lisa Beach Alisha Betcke Jenny Hogan Ashley Murin Alisha Betcke Karly Brownridge Ashley Murin Alisha Betcke Megan Haas Audrey Harrington Heather Kottmeier Lisa Madsen Brianne Martinez Megan Haas Michelle Manson Brianne Martinez Eileen Legaspi Michelle Manson Laura Maurer Melissa McGhee Kelly Miller Danielle Neault Erica Nestle Kristin Bardeen Melody Demel Kim Keyawa Katy McDonough Melissa McGhee Danielle Neault Erica Nestle Ashley Niccum Melody Demel Kim Keyawa Katy McDonough Melissa McGhee Danielle Neault Ashley Niccum Brianna Cummins Kim Keyawa Melissa McGhee Daniell Neault Erica Nestle Samantha Neverett Ashley Niccum Doreen Stern Kim Keyawa Brianna Cummins Doreen Stern Stephanie Douglass Jenna Vivian Dinah Compton Stephanie Douglass Lauren Jeanot Sarah Miceli Samantha Romero Katelyn Tatar Emily Tregoning Emily Trudeau Jenna Vivian

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NorPac Conference Formed in 1982, the NorPac Conference has evolved over the past 28 years from an initial California membership to the current east and west blend. Three of the original teams include Pacific, Stanford and California. Both Appalachian State and Davidson accepted invitations to join in 2000, followed by Radford in 2001. Longwood was added to the conference in 2005 as a provisional member while reclassifying to a Division I membership. After fulfilling NCAA reclassification requirements, Longwood became eligible for its first conference tournament in 2007 and hosted the 2008 championship. UC Davis is the newest addition to the league. After the Aggies’ program was elevated from club to intercollegiate status, the NorPac Conference announced the addition of UC Davis in July 2008. The Aggies, in 2009, went on to compete in a full conference schedule and participated in the league tournament. With the addition of UC Davis as the eighth member, the conference reestablished Eastern and Western divisional play in 2009. The Aggies joined California, Pacific and Stanford to make up the West Division. Appalachian State, Davidson, Longwood and Radford formed the East Division. The round-robin divisional play will culminate with the conference championship tournament for all eight members. In 2011, the tournament returns to Stanford for the fifth time, joining Davidson (three) and Saint Louis (three) as multiple-year hosts. Appalachian State (2001), California (2005) and Longwood (2007) have served as a host institution once. In 1998, the growth and development of the NorPac as an NCAA singlesport conference was assisted by a three-year grant from the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and the NCAA, as well as by a partnership with and support from the United States Field Hockey Association (USFHA). Through the grant opportunity, the restructuring of the conference included members California, Davis and Elkins College, Missouri State, Pacific, Saint Louis and Stanford. Since 1999, the NorPac Field Hockey Conference has received an NCAA play-in opportunity or a conference automatic qualification (2005). In over a decade, NorPac representatives are 9-2 in NCAA play-in games.

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The University

Pamela A. Eibeck University President

Pamela A. Eibeck became the 24th President of University of the Pacific on July 1, 2009. She is Pacific’s sixth President since the University moved to Stockton in 1924 and the first woman to hold the office. Her Presidency follows a distinguished career as a researcher, teacher, educational reformer, and university administrator. Prior to joining Pacific, Eibeck was dean of the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering at Texas Tech—one of the nation’s largest engineering colleges with 4,400 students, 156 faculty and five research centers. There, she was responsible for eight academic departments, 33 degree programs and a $55 million budget. An active fundraiser, Eibeck helped build an endowment of $57 million and doubled the number of endowed chairs. Eibeck takes the helm at a University with strong enrollments and finances, and the best incoming student academic profile in its history. With a record number of applications for Fall 2009, university enrollment is expected to remain steady at around 6,250 with a 20-point jump in the average admitted freshmen SAT score to 1200. Construction continues on two major buildings: the $7.5 million Janssen-Lagorio Multipurpose Gymnasium and the $10 million John T. Chambers Technology Center, and the last fiscal year closed with a surplus for the 13th consecutive year. While spending time to get know Pacific in her first year, Eibeck has committed to building on these strengths by continuing to enhance educational quality, build national visibility, and deepen the University’s involvement in community engagement. Eibeck received her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in mechanical engineering between 1979 and 1986 from Stanford University. She joined the faculty at the University of California at Berkeley, where she earned tenure and served from 1985 to 1995. In 1995, she became a professor and chair of mechanical engineering at Northern Arizona University, where she later served as director of the honors program and then vice provost for undergraduate studies. In 2004, Eibeck was named dean of the college of engineering at Texas Tech.

Founded in 1851 as the first chartered university in California, University of the Pacific continues to enjoy a reputation as one of the finest academic institutions in the West. The main Stockton campus, with its expansive lawns and brick-and-ivy architecture, much like many renowned universities in the East, is highly regarded as one of the most picturesque college campuses in the West. The only private school in the Big West Conference, Pacific offers a diversity of programs that would normally be associated with a much larger university. Personal attention and small class sizes have become Pacific trademarks and help attract students from many U.S. states and foreign countries. Pacific provides its 6,235 scholars a student-to-faculty ratio of less than 13-to-1. Pacific is comprised of 11 schools and colleges on three campuses, offering students the distinctive advantage of nearby resources. Two professional schools complement the Stockton campus: the School of Dentistry in San Francisco and the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. The Stockton campus features the central liberal arts division, College of the Pacific and schools of music, engineering, education, pharmacy, business & public administration, international studies, the Graduate School and University College. Pacific students are represented on many policy-making committees, and the Associated Students (ASUOP) play an active role in campus life through social and cultural programs. The Stockton metropolitan area, with a population of over 280,000, is nestled conveniently in the San Joaquin Valley between San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Pacific offers its students a proximity to many exciting places including Monterey/ Carmel, Lake Tahoe, the northern California wine country, and Yosemite National Park. It is adjacent to over 1,000 miles of waterways, making it the largest inland seaport in the state. THE PACIFIC EXPERIENCE • Over 80 major fields from which to choose, yet an average class size of under 20, even in the freshman year. • NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics as well as numerous club and intramural sports. • Exposure to a wide range of knowledge through the General Education program, and hundreds of opportunities for gaining “hands-on” experience in a chosen field. • A strong liberal arts tradition within key academic units including business, conservatory, education, engineering, international studies, and pharmacy.

• An intercultural perspective that prepares students for working in an increasingly diverse and international society. • Students sit on many decision-making committees of the University to ensure that the voice of the students is heard. • A New England-like campus in northern California. • With more than 6,000 students enrolled, Pacific is one of the smallest universities to be ranked among the top 100 national universities, both by US News & World Report and the The Washington Monthly College Guide.

An expert in heat transfer, Eibeck conducted experimental research related to electronics cooling and thermal tiles used by NASA on the space shuttles. Her later work focused on engineering educational reform, including early use of multimedia in the classroom, curriculum development and, most recently, ways to attract young people and women to the profession. She has authored or co-authored nearly 50 articles and papers. Eibeck became a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 2008. She received the Distinguished Engineering Educator Award from the Society of Women Engineers in 1996 and the Boeing Outstanding Educator Award in 1999. Eibeck is married to William D. Jeffery, a law professor and a native of California. They have four children. Sons Andrew and Kevin live in the Bay Area. Daughter Katherine attends the University of Southern California. Their youngest son, Will, attends Santa Clara University.

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The University

PACIFIC’S MISSION

The University of the Pacific's mission is to provide a superior, student-centered learning experience integrating liberal arts and professional education and preparing individuals for lasting achievement and responsible leadership in their careers and communities. The first chartered institution of higher education in the State of California, the University of the Pacific is a mid-sized independent, comprehensive university offering a wide choice of high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs in Stockton, Sacramento, and San Francisco. Pacific is an outstanding blend of the advantages of the diverse programs of a major university and the broad, highly personalized learning of the selective liberal arts college. We accomplish our mission through highly personalized programs delivered in a caring, supportive, and attractive environment. We seek to develop and strengthen self-confidence, initiative, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and an enthusiasm for learning. Central to our mission is the dedication of our faculty and staff to excellence in teaching and advising. We encourage and support research, scholarship and creative activity as complements to our fundamental mission of teaching. Our mission dictates a commitment to leadership development, global awareness, community involvement and opportunities for individuals from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to providing practical experiences to complement classroom learning. Highly interactive student-faculty relations and a broad array of co-curricular activities that help to develop students' abilities are hallmarks of learning at the University of the Pacific. How old is Pacific? We became California’s first chartered institution of higher education in 1851. We were also the first co-ed university (the first graduating class had five men and five women). We celebrated our sesquicentennial year in 2001. What type of university is Pacific? Pacific is a comprehensive university with three campuses and eleven schools and colleges. Eight of our schools and colleges provide undergraduate education on the Stockton campus, including a college of liberal arts and sciences (College of the Pacific), six professional schools and an adult re-entry division. The Stockton campus also has a graduate school. The other two campuses are the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento and the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco.

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Is Pacific a religious or church-related university? No. Pacific was founded by and is affiliated with the Methodist Church. We do have a chapel, a full-time chaplain, a number of religious-oriented clubs, and a Department of Religious Studies, but we are not a “religious” university where students are required to attend chapel or to take religion classes. Any or all of the above are available to students who are interested, but participation in such activities is completely voluntary. Is Pacific accredited? Pacific is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), and many academic programs have additional accreditation by appropriate professional organizations.

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Academics University of the Pacific •

13:1 student to faculty ratio

Average class size is 20 students, and 75% have fewer than 30 students

444 highly qualified faculty members on three campuses; 92% hold a doctorate or the highest degree in their field UNDERGRAD ENROLLMENT

Non-resident 3%

Black, non-Hispanic 3%

Am Ind/Alaskan Native 1%

Asian/Pacific Islander 34%

Hispanic 11%

White, non-Hispanic 36%

Multi-Ethnic 6%

Ethnicity unknown 6%

Female 56%

Male 44%

Academics are Number One at the University of the Pacific, and Pacific is proud of its student-athletes’ performances in the classroom. In addition to having some truly outstanding individual scholar-athletes, Pacific currently boasts a graduation rate of over 96 percent for all recruited student-athletes who exhaust their athletic eligibility. During the spring semester of 2011, Pacific studentathletes posted a combined grade point average of 3.0. Pacific is annually represented on Big West Academic All-Conference teams, Academic All-America teams, and boasts NCAA Post-Graduate Scholars in several sports. For the 2010-11 academic year, Pacific honored 104 Big West Conference Scholar-Athletes. In order to qualify for the distinction, student-athletes must record a 3.0 grade point average over their two most recently completed semesters. Freshmen are required to attain a 3.2 grade point average over one semester to earn the

accolade. Pacific attributes its success in the classroom to two primary factors. First, Pacific recruits only student-athletes who it believes can succeed at the University and who have a sincere commitment to a higher education. Second, it provides outstanding support services to students. An integral resource of support is a faculty committed to helping students obtain an education and to graduate, and who often tutor student-athletes one-on-one. Pacific intercollegiate athletics has a comprehensive academic achievement program for its studentathletes, including counseling, tutoring, monitoring services, leadership and life skills training, computer resources, and a set of standards and procedures outlined in the student-athlete handbook. Supervised study periods are provided, and a system of grade checks is in place to identify problem areas and ensure immediate attention.

Academic All-Americans................................................. 1

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Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year 2010-11

JENIFER WIDJAJA (Sr.) Women’s Tennis Big West Academic All-Conference Team..................... 30 (Business administration • Sao Roque, Brazil)

Academic Award Count

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic Team........ 23 ARTEM GRAMMA (Sr.) Men’s Tennis (Business Administration • Krivoj Roj, Ukraine) Big West Scholar-Athletes of the Year............................ 2 Academic All-America teams are voted upon anBig West Conference Scholar-Athletes....................... 104 nually by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). District VIII encompasses all Pacific Scholar-Athletes.............................................. 144 universities within the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, National Field Hockey Coaches Association Academic Team.... 9 Washington, and British Columbia.

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Academics

At Pacific, the “four-year” degree is no myth. Faculty and counseling resources help keep studentathletes at Pacific on track to graduate in four years. Located in the heart of the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center, the Pacific Student-Athlete Resource Center, includes state-of-the-art computer facilities and is used exclusively by student-athletes. A special opportunity exists for student-athlete participation at Pacific with the Pacific Student-Athlete Council. The council is comprised of elected studentathlete representatives from each Division I team. The council sponsors a variety of activities throughout the year for Pacific student-athletes and youth in the community. To be a student-athlete at University of the Pacific is truly a unique experience. One can compete athletically at the NCAA Division I level with the best in the nation and, at the same time, have an outstanding educational experience with a dedicated faculty. University of the Pacific ... the best of both worlds!

NOTABLE PACIFIC ALUMNI: SCOTT BORAS (1977, 1982 (JD)) DAVE BRUBECK (1942) ARTHUR A. DUGONI (1948) WALT HARRIS (1967)

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CHRIS ISAAK (1980)

MIKE MERRIWEATHER (1982) PETE CARROLL (1973)

(1989) DELL DEMPS (1992, 1998) EDDIE LEBARON (1950)

HUGH JACKSON (1986) JENNIFER JOINES-TAMAS (2004) ELAINA ODEN

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MICHAEL OLOWOKANDI (1998) TOM FLORES (1959)

TED LELAND (1970, 1972) BRADLEY SCHUMACHER (1997, 2005) ALEX SPANOS (1948)


Administration VICE PRESIDENT OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS & ATHLETICS

TED LELAND

Dr. Ted Leland, the Vice President for External Relations and Athletics, took over as the athletic director of Pacific Athletics on July 1, 2011. Beginning his second stint as the director, Leland will oversee Pacific Athletics for a two year period while overseeing the implementation of Pacific’s new strategic plan for Intercollegiate Athletics-a plan that he and and former athletic director Lynn King created while working together over the previous year. In addition to his duties in the athletic department, Leland will retain his status as vice president for external relations. At the end of the two-year period, Leland will resume full-time duties as vice president for External Relations and conduct a search for a new athletics director. Leland last ran Pacific’s athletic department from 1989-91 before moving on to Stanford where he was the athletic director until 2005. During his 14 years at Stanford, Dr. Ted Leland not only led the Stanford Athletic Department to unprecedented success both on and off the playing field, but earned a reputation as one of the nation’s top athletic administrators. Leland was named The Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics at Stanford University on June 7, 1991, and has been the guiding force in leading an athletics program that was voted as “the most admired collegiate athletic program in the nation.” During his tenure, Stanford won the prestigious Directors’ Cup, emblematic of the top athletic program in the nation, for the last 11 years and the Cardinal won more NCAA championships than any other school in the nation. Under Leland’s stewardship, Stanford’s athletic program enjoyed tremendous success in fund raising and athletic facilities were vastly improved. From 1991-2005, Stanford won 50 national team championships and 173 conference championships, including an NCAA record six national titles in 1996-97. Cardinal teams consistently competed for the national championship in virtually every sport every year. In 2004-05 alone, Stanford had 26 programs finish in the Top 25 nationally, including 10 in the Top 5 and 16 in the Top 10. In the area of fundraising, the Athletic Department raised over $270 million in private donations, and its assets and endowments grew from $52 million to $374.9 million during Leland’s tenure. In addition, approximately $185 million in new or renovated athletic facilities were completed and funded. Leland’s peers and colleagues have honored him on several occasions. He was presented the Dick Enberg Award by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) in 2004. The award is presented to “a person whose actions and commitment have furthered the meaning and reach of the Academic All-America programs and/or student-athletes while promoting the values of education and academics.” In 2000-01, Leland was honored by NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics) and the Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal as the Athletic Director of the Year. The award recognized an Athletic Director for demonstration of commitment to higher education and student-athletes, continuous teamwork, loyalty and excellence, and the ability to inspire individuals or groups to higher levels of accomplishments. In 2008, he was elected into the organization’s hall of fame. Leland has served on numerous national committees throughout his career. He is currently a member of the University of the Pacific Board of Regents and the Board of Directors of Opportunities Industrialization Center West (a non-profit community-based job training center on the Menlo Park-East Palo Alto border). He has been a member of the Division I NCAA Committee on Infractions and the NACDA Executive Committee, and has served on various other Pac-10 and NCAA committees. In June of 2002, Leland was named a co-chairman of the United States Secretary of Education’s Commission on Opportunity in Athletics. The 15-member panel examined ways of strengthening enforcement of Title IX and expanding opportunities to ensure fairness for all college athletes. Leland served a two-year term as the Chairman of the NCAA Management Council. He was a member of the Management Council for eight years. After serving as Stanford’s Director of Athletics for 12 years, Leland was granted a “Special Research Leave” from his post in the spring of 2003. During an 11-week absence, Leland was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Hoover Institution on campus, conducted research on a book, and wrote and delivered several speeches on national issues related to intercollegiate athletics. In addition to Stanford and Pacific, Leland was also the athletic director at Dartmouth College from 198389. His other career stops have included Northwestern University, where he was a Senior Associate Athletic Director from 1981-83 and the University of Houston as an Assistant Athletic Director from 1979-81. He was an assistant football coach and instructor of physical education at Stanford in 1978-79. Leland grew up in Northern California, graduated from Hayward High School and later attended Chabot College. He earned both his Bachelor’s (1970) and Master’s (1972) degrees from the University of the Pacific, prior to adding a Ph.D. from Stanford in 1982 in education/sports psychology. While an undergraduate at Pacific, Leland earned First Team All-PCAA football honors as a defensive end in 1969. He later coached football at Pacific, Stanford and East Tennessee State. In addition to his work in athletic administration, Leland has held the position of “adjunct professor” at Dartmouth College, Pacific and Stanford, teaching courses in Sports Psychology and the Philosophy of Sport. He is currently a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Hoover Institution at Stanford. Leland and his wife, Stefanie, have two children: Amanda and Bo.

MIKE DALGETY Assistant A.D. / Internal Affairs

TIM DICKSON Assistant A.D. / Major Gifts

JIM DUGONI Associate A.D. / Development

SENIOR WOMEN’S ADMINISTRATOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS FOR STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES & COMPLIANCE

HOLLY TREXLER

In her seventh year at Pacific, Holly Trexler is the Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services and Compliance. She became Pacific’s Senior Women’s Administrator in September of 2008. Among her duties, Trexler oversees compliance, academic support, student services, the Pacific Student Athlete Council (PSAC) as well as the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. In addition, Trexler is currently serving on the NCAA Leadership Selection Committee. Before coming to Pacific, Trexler was the assistant athletic director for academic support/life skills coordinator at Quinnipiac University from 2002-05. At Quinnipiac, she monitored the academic progress and eligibility status of all student-athletes, in addition to overseeing academic programming and support services. Trexler was also responsible for the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Prior to her time at Quinnipiac, Trexler spent the previous three years as assistant athletic director for eligibility and student services/senior woman administrator at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, N.C. Her duties at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference school included the monitoring of academic records and eligibility status of 300 studentathletes. She also oversaw the academic programming and support services. From 1993 to 1999, Trexler worked at the University of Kansas as a strategic learning assistant and Mentor. In her position, she developed learning strategies for at-risk student-athletes and assisted with subject matter and overall academic development. Trexler holds three degrees from the University of Kansas. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and African-American studies in 1995. She was awarded her Juris Doctorate from the Kansas School of Law in 1998. A year later, in 1999, she finished her master’s in education.

GEORGIA KOVICH-LEE Director / Marketing & Promotions

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CHRIS LYNN Assistant A.D. / Annual Giving

MIKE MILLERICK Assistant A.D. / Communications

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Athletics Staff Ed Sprague Baseball

Bob Thomason Lynne Roberts Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball

Gus Barrios Swimming

Ryan Redondo Men’s Tennis

Josh Jones Cross Country

Bob “Chino” Chiene Women’s Tennis

Linda MacDonald Brandon Goethals Field Hockey Men’s Golf

Joe Wortmann Men’s Volleyball Polo

Greg Gibbons Women’s Volleyball

Keith Coleman Women’s Soccer

James Graham Men’s Water Polo

Brian Kolze Softball

Megan Thomson Women’s Water

COACHES’ AWARDS: • Thomason - Big West Coach of the Year ‘93, ‘97, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 • Coleman - Big West Coach of the Year ‘97, ‘98 • • Kolze - Big West Coach of the Year ‘98, ‘01, ‘02, ‘11 • MacDonald - NorPac Coach of the Year ‘05 • Wortmann - MPSF Coach of the Year ‘96, ‘03 •

ALBISTON, KC, Graduate Assistant Swimming Coach x2710 BAKER, Jodi, Director of Athletic Training Education Program x3182 BARBARA, Don, Assistant Baseball Coach x2840 BARRIOS, Gustavo, Assistant Swimming Coach x2710 BATALON, Ray, Associate Head Women’s Volleyball Coach x2723 BERTOCCHINI, Angela, GA, Athletic Business & Finance x2472 BRUCE, Kyle, GA Athletic Media Relations x2479 BYRD, Calivn, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach x2785 CARBONATTO, Gina, Volunteer Assistant Softball Coach x2700 CARSON, Jonah, Assistant Men’s Volleyball Coach x2163 CHIENE, Bob “Chino”, Head Women’s Tennis Coach x2128 COLEMAN, Keith, Head Women’s Soccer Coach x2129 COLEMAN, Michelle, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach x7301 CORNWALL, Wendy,Asst.CoordinatorofAcademicAchievement x2934 DALGETY, Mike, AD of Athletics for Internal Affairs x3990 DAVIS, Bradley, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2329 DAVIS, Ty, GA for Facilities and Operations x2726 DICKSON, Tim, Assistant Director of Athletics for Major Gifts x3177 DORIN, Marcus, Assistant Director of Athletic Performance x2819 DUGONI, Jim, Associate Director of Athletics for Development x2230 FONG, Stephanie, Basketball Administrative Assistant x2341 FORD, Joe, Coordinator of MBB Operations x2785 FORRY, Miranda, Coordinator of WBB Operations x7303 FRASER, Jeremiah, Athletic Training GA x2588 FRIES, Liz, Assistant Field Hockey Coach x7304 GAY, Sam, Assistant Director of Athletic Training x2499 GERBEC, Vince, GA Athletic Media Relations x2479 GOETHALS, Brandon, Head Men’s Golf Coach x2713 GRAHAM, James, Head Men’s Water Polo Coach x2736 GRIFFEN, Jaci, Executive Assistant to the VP x3008 HAGEN, Lizzie, Assistant Softball Coach x2700 HAMMBERG, Christine, Business Manager x2728 HANCOCK, Jessica, Assistant Softball Coach x2024 HANYAK, Bob, Faculty Athletics Representative x3233 JACOBSEN, Adam, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach x2720 JOHNSON, Davin, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2714 JONES, Josh, Head Women’s Cross Country Coach

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PACIFIC ATHLETICS STAFF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Area Code (209) 946-

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KENNEDY, Adam, Head Swimming Coach x2154 KELLY, Lauren, Volunteer WVB Coach x2723 KING, Amanda, GA, Athletic Marketing x2702 KOERNER, Zac, Assistant Men’s Water Polo Coach x2540 KOLZE, Brian, Head Softball Coach x2699 KOMEIJI, Keith, Volunteer Assistant Coach x2840 KOVICH-LEE, Georgia, Director of Athletic Marketing & Promotions x3108 LASKEY, Ben, Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations x2730 LEE, Aven, Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach x2723 LELAND, Ted, Vice President of External Relations & Athletics x2392 LEWIS, Victoria, Undergraduate, Athletic Media Relations x2479 LUDWIG, Chris, Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator x2588 MacDONALD, Linda, Head Field Hockey Coach x2249 MARTINEZ, Annette, Assistant Director of Athletic Trainng x2340 MAY, Donna, Assistant for Ticket Operations x2867 McCABE, Dan, Ticket Operations Manager x2030 McCORMACK, Chris, Director of Baseball Operations x2386 McCORMICK, Mike, Assistant Baseball Coach x2386 MILLERICK, Mike, Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications x2866 NEAULT, Danielle, Academic Counselor x2513 NOGARE, Pam, Administrative Assistant x3945 NORMAN, Craig, Graduate Assistant Swimming Coach x2710 O’HARA, Jennifer, Athletic Training Intern x2588 PADILLA, Carmen, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach x7302 PARIS, Barb, Volleyball Administrative Assistant x2389 PERKINS, Kelly, Assistant Field Hockey Coach x7304 PIERCE, Lindsay, Coordinator of Athletics Development & Special Events x2387 PITTENGER, Brandon, Assistant Director of Compliance x3976 POLLASTRO, Brittany, Athletic Training GA x2588 POND, Chris, Director of Athletic Training x2588 REDONDO, Ryan, Head Men’s Tennis Coach x2219 ROBERTS, Lynne, Head Women’s Basketball Coach x2745 ROBINSON, Natalie, Undergraduate Asst. WVB x2723 SANDOVAL, Tony, Director of Athletic Performance x2812

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SCHMIT, Emily, GA for Women’s Water Polo x3998 SKY-McCORMACK, Vicki, Director of Golf Operations x2802 SPRAGUE, Ed, Head Baseball Coach x2709 ST. CLAIR, Jay, Manager of Equipment and Transportation x2375 STEVENS, Michael, Manager of Facilities & Operations x2031 TATUM RAMOS, Nikki, GA, Athletic Marketing x2702 THOMASON, Bob, Head Men’s Basketball Coach x2341 THOMSON, Megan, Head Women’s Water Polo Coach x2732 TREXLER, Holly, Associate Director of Athletics for Student Athlete Services & Compliance x2307 VANHOLLEBEKE, Amy, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2711 VATER, Gave, Facilities & Operations Leadperson x2031 VERLIN, Ron, Associate Head MBB Coach x2721 VOCKER, Kimberley, Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach x2128 WENDLAND, Julie, Donor Relations Coordinator x2701 WILKINSON, Kevin, Athletic Media Relations Assistant x2289 WORTMANN, Joe, Head Men’s Volleyball Coach & Coordinator of Academic Achievement x2724 WYATT, Lorraine, Manager of Equipment Operations x2441 YADON, Cristy, Head Dance Coach x2702 YORTH, Wes, Supervisor of Facilities & Event Management x7408 OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS TO NOTE ATHLETIC TICKET OFFICE x2474 ALEX G. SPANOS CENTER PRESS ROW x2865 KLEIN FAMILY FIELD PRESS BOX x2722 PACIFIC AQUATICS CENTER x2540 ATHLETICS FAX NUMBERS ATHLETICS MAIN x2731 / x7308 ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS x2757


Athletic Performance TONY SANDOVAL Director of Athletic Performance Tony Sandoval joined Pacific in April of 2007 as the assistant director before being promoted to the Director of Athletic Performance in October of 2007. He most recently served as an assistant director of strength and conditioning at Sacramento State from January 2005 through the spring of 2007. Sandoval also earned his master’s degree in sports performance in 2006 at Sacramento State. While working at Sacramento State, Sandoval also worked with UCLA on a mentorship program that allowed him to travel to Los Angeles, Calif., approximately once a month to work with Bruin athletics. Sandoval earned his bachelor’s degree from Cal State San Bernardino in December of 2004 in exercise science. During his undergraduate studies, Sandoval also served as the boxing coach and the boxing strength and conditioning coach for the city of Chino, Calif.

Strength and conditioning is an integral part of any student-athlete’s life. At Pacific, new facilities combined with a dedicated staff work toward success on the playing field for Tiger student-athletes. “Strength and conditioning are critical to maximal athletic performance,” Pacific Athletic Director Lynn King said. “The University of the Pacific is proud of its Athletic Performance Center and staffing to assist our student-athletes in this vital part of their training and development.” The multi-purpose weight training and fitness facility within the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center is 4,000 square feet and includes 10 Olympic platforms, 10 racks, five bench presses, five adjustable inclines, two full racks of dumbbells, over 50 medicine balls, 35 Swiss balls, six adjustable plyometric boxes and was completed in July of 1998. The newest addition to the athletic performance facilities is a 2,000 square foot conditioning room with plyometric flooring and 20 Schwinn Spin Bikes. “The Athletic Performance staff works hand-in-hand with sport coaches to assure the student-athlete develops physical strength, endurance and agility,” King said. “This training serves as a basis for the work ethic required to reach one’s full potential.”

MARCUS DORIN Asst. Director of Athletic Performance Marcus Dorin joined the Athletic Performance staff in January 2008 as the Assistant Director of Athletic Performance and is responsible for the year-round training for nine of Pacific’s athletic teams. Before coming to Pacific, Dorin spent the previous two years as the strength and conditioning coach of Butte College’s (Chico, Calif.) football, baseball, men’s basketball and softball teams. Prior to working at Butte College Dorin served as a spring training strength and conditioning intern for the Texas Rangers. Coach Dorin served as the strength and conditioning coach for seven of Chico State University’s athletic teams while he completed his master’s degree in kinesiology. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Chico State University.

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Athletic Training Medical care of Pacific student-athletes begins with its athletic training staff and a fully operational Athletic Training Center. The center features the latest in injury prevention, rehabilitation, clinical diagnosis and educational research. The athletic training room is operated and staffed by the director of athletic training Chris Pond and assistant directors of athletic training Sam Gay and Annette Martinez. Pond, Gay and Martinez are certified athletic trainers by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and oversee treatment and medical attention given to all of Pacific’s intercollegiate sports. In his 21st year at Pacific, Pond is a 1988 graduate of Utah State, and spent two years at Arizona before arriving in Stockton. The athletic training room is also the training laboratory of Pacific’s athletic training undergraduate studies program. Pacific offers athletic training as a field of study within the University’s Department of Sport Sciences. Approximately 15 students participate annually in Pacific’s student-athlete training program. The academic needs of athletic training students are supervised by Jodi Baker (ATC), director of Pacific’s Athletic Training Education Program.

CHRIS POND Director of Athletic Training

SAM GAY Assistant Director of Athletic Training

ANNETTE MARTINEZ Assistant Director of Athletic Training

TIGER DOCTORS Orthopedists Dr. Gary Alegre Dr. Steven Eager Dr. Alan Kawaguchi Dr. Edward Cahill Dr. Gary Murata Dr. Peter Salmon Dr. George Westin Jr. Dr. Roland Winter Dr. Michael Hahn Dr. Vincent Leung Dr. Anh Le Dr. Scott Bethune Dr. Eric Larson Dr. Kip Wilkins Dr. Damon Ng

General Practioner Dr. Shaukut Shah Dr. John Bylsma Radiologist Dr. Aubrey Federal Dentist Dr. Howard Chi Dr. Ray Angeli Podiatrist Dr. Bill McDonald Nurse Practioner Beth McManis

Pacific intercollegiate athletics is proud to acknowledge its team physicians as well as other medical practitioners and providers, who work in direct consultation with the athletic training staff. Their services are invaluable to the overall medical care and physical well-being of all Pacific studentathletes.

JODI BAKER Director of Athletic Training Education Programs

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CHRIS LUDWIG Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator

JENNIFER O’HARA Athletic Training Intern

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JEREMIAH FRASER Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

BRITTANY POLLASTRO Athletic Training Graduate Assistant


Athletic Facilities

Brookside Field (Field Hockey)

The Pacific athletics department boasts seven facilities for its 16 Division I intercollegiate teams. All Tiger basketball and volleyball games are held in the Alex G. Spanos Center (top left), with lockerrooms located in the central athletics department.

Alex G. Spanos (Basketball & Center Volleyball)

In 2006, Pacific saw the opening of its first oncampus baseball field, Klein Family Field (bottom right). Klein Family Field is one of two on-campus facilities with stadium lights that allow for night games throughout the season. The Pacific baseball team’s home seats 2,500 and capacity grew even larger in the fall of 2008, with the addition of two new luxury boxes on the upper concourse. Pacific’s women’s soccer team competes in Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium, which was formerly the football stadium. Stagg was built in 1950.

Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium (Soccer)

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Hal Nelson Tennis Courts & Roy and Jean Sanders Tennis Clubhouse (Tennis)

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Athletic Facilities

Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium (Athletics & Recreation)

Chris Kjeldsen Pool Complex (Swimming & Water Polo) The Tiger swimming and water polo teams hold their contests at Chris Kjeldsen Pool, located adjacent to the athletics department. The complex also holds lockerrooms and coaches’ offices. In 2008 the pool was resurfaced with new siding to make it one of the faster pools in the Big West Conference. Pacific athletics is dedicated to providing students with top-notch facilities, and the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium is the newest addition to the Tigers’ facilities. The multi-purpose practice facility was officially opened in December 2009.

Bill Simoni Field (Softball)

Field Klein Family (Baseball)

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Tiger Team Capsules Pacific picked up a conference championship in softball in 2011, the Tigers’ first-ever softball title. The Tigers garnered five conference player of the year honors while taking home 71 all-conference awads. Pacific also had one Academic All-Americans and 62 Academic All-Conference Team athletes. BASEBALL – Final Record: 17-37 (9-15 Big West Conference) Notes: • Three All-Big West honorees with sophomore Dustin Torchio earning first team honors while seniors Matt Carvutto and Brian Martin each were named to the second team. • The Tigers beat three ranked teams with victories over No. 10 Cal State Fullerton, No. 13 Cal and No. 17 UC Irvine. • Senior Brian Martin finished his career second alltime in Pacific in hits and became one of four players to reach 200 career hits, 100 career RBI and 100 runs scored as a Tiger. • Senior RHP Jake Hummel earned Big West Pitcher of the Week honors for his complete-game shutout over San Francisco, while junior OF Daniel Johnston earned BWC Player of the Week honors after hitting .538 in a three-game series against UC Davis. MEN’S BASKETBALL – Final Record: 16-15 (8-8 Big West Conference) Notes: • Pacific finished fourth in the Big West during the regular season, but fell in the first round to No. 5 seed, and eventual tournament champion, UC Santa Barbara • Senior Sam Willard and sophomore Allen Huddleston each earned All-Big West Conference honors. • Willard was named All-Big West First Team, after a senior season in which he led the Big West and was 11th in the NCAA in rebounding with 10.6 rebounds per game. • Willard became the only Tiger in program history to score 1,000 points, grab 800 rebounds and nab 80 steals.

Softball - Big West Champions WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – Final Record: 9-22 (5-11 Big West Conference) Notes: • The Tigers finished seventh in the Big West to earn a bid into the Big West Championship tournament. • Pacific advanced to the semifinals of the Big West tournament for the first time in five years after posting their first win at UC Santa Barbara in 24 seasons in the quarterfinals. • Freshmen Danielle Peacon and Gena Johnson each earned All-Big West honorable mention and All-Freshmen honors for their play. Peacon also took home all-tournament honors for her performance in the championship tournament. • On Dec. 28, the Tigers hosted No. 1 UCONN, taking on the historic Huskies in front of a record 6,150 fans at the Spanos Center. CROSS COUNTRY – Final Record: Ninth of nine at Big West Championships Notes: • During the Big West Conference championships the entire team set their personal best times. • The team improved its overall time from the 2009 season by seven minutes and improved the average time by over two minutes. • Freshman Melissa Hopper and sophomore Jazmin Quiroz competed at the NCAA West Regionals to close out the year.

T.J. Bordeaux

Golf - Pacific Invitational Champions

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FIELD HOCKEYFinal Record: 2-16 (0-6 NorPac Conference West Division) Notes: • Senior Kelly Perkins and junior Amanda Spellman each earned All-NorPac Conference honors, • Spellman was selected to the All-NorPac Tournament team. GOLF – Final Record: Second of Eight at Big West Championships Notes: • Pacific earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament making their first trip to the postseason since 2001-02. • The Tigers finished seventh of 13 teams at the San Diego Regional • As a team, Pacific took home the Pacific Invitational title with a program record -23, 827 three day total. • Senior T.J. Bordeaux won the Pacific Invitational with a program record -15, 198 total. He set the program single-round record in round 2 with a -10, 61. • Senior Alex Johnson won the Fresno State Lexus Classic in a playoff and shot a -6, 210. • Four Tigers’ earned All-Big West honors at the end of the year as T.J. Bordeaux and Alex Johnson earned first team honors while Alex Edfort and Patrick Kucich earned honorable mention honors. SOCCER – Final Record: 8-8-3 (5-3-0 Big West Conference) Notes: • Pacific played one of the toughest schedules in the nation in 2010 as they played seven matches against top-25 teams. • Finishing fourth in the conference, the Tigers made the Big West tournament for the second time in three seasons, falling in the opening round, 2-1, to UC Irvine on the road. • Five Tigers earned All-Big West Conference honors, including Freshman of the Year Brittni Beeman. Senior Kylee Ah Choy earned first team honors, her second-consecutive top honor.

Pacific vs. UConn

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Tiger Team Capsules WOMEN’S SWIMMING – Final Record: Seventh of nine at MPSF Championships Notes: • Pacific finished seventh in the first MPSF Swimming Championships. • Jayme Swalin, Elena Walterman, MaryElla Randall and Shelby Bolin all earned All-MPSF honors in the pool. Swalin earned first team honors in the 1650 Free. • The Tigers placed five swimmers on the all-academic team at the conclusion of the season. MEN’S TENNIS – Final Record: 13-11 (3-2 Big West Conference) Notes: • The Tigers were ranked as high as No. 74 in February. • Pacific swept UC Davis as well as UC Riverside in the month of April. • Coach Redondo was selected as Coach for the USTA Northern California Team for the 38th annual Maze Cup. • Six Tigers were honored with Big West recognition and All- Conference Team selections.

Jenifer Widjaja SOFTBALL – Final Record: 37-19 (16-5 Big West Conference) 2011 Big West Champions Notes: • Pacific won its first ever Big West championship after posting a 16-5 record in conference play. • The Tigers made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2007, earning the conference’s automatic bid while being placed in the Stanford Regional. Pacific went 0-2 at the regional falling to No. 11 Stanford (3-0) and No. 16 Nebraska (11-1). • As a team the Tigers put together a historic campaign at the plate as Pacific finished with the Big West and the program’s single-season batting record after posting a .323 average. The Tigers’ finished No. 13 nationally at the plate. • Pacific took home three major honors in the Big West as head coach Brian Kolze was named the conference’s coach of the year while sophomore Nikki Armagost was named the Player of the Year and freshman Kelsey Rodriguez was named the Freshman Player of the Year. • A Big West record seven first team all-conference slots were given to the Tigers as Nikki Armagost (pitcher & utility), Megan Hom (outfield), Nicole Matson (first base), Amy Moore (catcher), Lindsey Pierce (outfield) and Kelsey Rodriguez (designated player). • Three Tigers earned all-region honors as Nikki Armagost, Megan Hom and Kelsey Rodriguez all earned second team honors. Rodriguez became just the third freshman in program history to earn the award.

WOMEN’S TENNIS – Final Record: 9-12 (4-4 Big West Conference) Notes: • The Tigers swept the Cal State Fullerton Titans and the UC Riverside Highlanders. • Susan Te clinched the match to advance the Tigers to the semifinal round of the Big West Championships after winning her nearly five hour long singles match against UCSB product Kiersten Meehan. • Pacific advanced to the semifinal round at the Big West Championships at Indian Wells, California. • Two Tigers were selected as Big West Athletes of the week (Kateryna Nezhura and Jenifer Widjaja), one was competitor of the month for the month of April (Susan Te), and one was Big West Tennis Player of the Year (Jenifer Widjaja). MEN’S VOLLEYBALL – Final Record: 11-19 (5-17 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) Notes: • Pacific achieved its first national ranking since 2007 and finished the season ranked No. 14 in the Association (AVCA) poll. • At the end of the year two Tigers earned All-MPSF honors as freshman Javier Caceres and sophomore Taylor Hughes each earned honorable mention honors as voted upon by coaches.

MEN’S SWIMMING – Final Record: Second of three at MPSF Championships Notes: • In the inaugural season of swimming for the MPSF, the Tigers finished second at the championship tournament. • 14 swimmers earned all-conference honors at the end of the year for the Tigers with Nathan LeRoy and Roger Ward earning awards in two different events. • In addition to athletic endeavors, the Tigers placed eight swimmers on the all-academic team.

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WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL – Final Record: 19-11 (9-7 Big West Conference) Notes: • Head Coach Greg Gibbons took over the helm of the program as the seventh head coach in program history on Jan. 28, 2010. • Pacific finished fifth in the Big West after going 9-7 in conference games. • The Tigers biggest win of the season came against No. 24 Arizona when Pacific knocked off the Wildcats 3-1 at the Wolf Pack Invitational. • Pacific won the 32nd Annual Bankers Classic at home in September. Sophomore Hannah Clancy was named the tournament’s MVP. • Senior Svenja Engelhardt capped a phenomenal career with her first-ever All-Region selection, First Team All-Big West honors and finished 16th in the NCAA in kills per game. • Junior Samantha Misa and freshman Jennifer Sanders also garnered all-conference recognition at the end of the year for the Tigers. MEN’S WATER POLO – Final Record: 17-11 (4-4 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) Notes: • Pacific’s kicked off the 2010 season receiving national attention when they swept the competition at the Triton Invitational, which included wins over No. 6 LMU and No. 11 UC San Diego. • During MPSF Conference play the Tigers finished the season with a 4-4 record that included a 10-9 upset over No. 3 Stanford. • The Tigers ended the season 17-11 (4-4 MPSF) and finished seventh at the MPSF Tournament. • Three players earned all-america honors at the end of the year as Goran Tomasevic earned his second consecutive award while Balazs Erdlyi and Alex Malkis made their first appearance on the team. WOMEN’S WATER POLO – Final Record: 21-12 (2-3 Big West Conference) Notes: • Pacific finished fifth at the Big West championships after finishing the regular season fourth in the conference standings. • The Tigers picked up their second-straight 20+ win season after finishing just two wins shy of their program record set last season. • Three Tigers earned All-Big West honors at the end of the year with Dara Tawarahara picking up Pacific’s only first team award. Mandy King and Michele Relton each earned honorable mention honors. • For the second consecutive season Dara Tawarahara was named an Honorable Mention AllAmerican at the end of the season.


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2011 Field Hockey Media Guide  

2011 Field Hockey Media Guide