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2012 Soccer Fact Book

Table of Contents & Quick Facts...................................................................... 1 Park University................................................................................................... 2-3 University President............................................................................................ 4 Director of Athletics............................................................................................. 5 Athletics Administration.................................................................................... 6 Sports Medicine.................................................................................................... 7 Men’s Soccer Coaching Staff............................................................................ 8 Men’s Soccer Roster, Carere Stats and Bio Information.......................... 9 Men’s Soccer Season Preview........................................................................10 Men’s Soccer 2011 Review..............................................................................11 Men’s Soccer History.........................................................................................12 Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff....................................................................13 Women’s Roster, Career Stats and Bio Information................................14 Women’s Soccer Season Preview..................................................................15 Women’s Soccer 2011 Review........................................................................16 Volleyball History and Records............................................................... 17-24

Quick Facts

Name of School..........................................................................Park University Location............................................................................................Parkville, Mo. Founded...........................................................................................................1875 Enrollment (National).............................................................................. 22,678 Enrollment (Parkville)..................................................................................1,800

Nickname..................................................................................................... Pirates Colors.........................................................................................Canary and Wine Conference.................................................. American Midwest Conference University Website.................................................................... www.park.edu Stadium (Capacity).............................................................Julian Field (1,500) President.................................................................................Dr. Michael Droge Director of Athletics.................................................................. Claude English

Athletics Communications

Website....................................................................... www.parkathletics.com On Twitter......................................................................................... @ParkPirates On Facebook........................................................Facebook.com/ParkPirates Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Communications ............................................................................................................. Steve Wilson Phone.............................................................................................(816) 584-6490 Mobile...........................................................................................(913) 687-2663 E-Mail...................................................................................... swilson@park.edu On Twitter.....................................................................................................@sw38 Sports Communications Coordinator Soccer Contact..................................................................................Scott Slarks Phone.............................................................................................(816) 584-6751 E-Mail........................................................................................ sslarks@park.edu On Twitter.................................................................................... @ScottSlarks19

With one of the finest playing surfaces in the midwest and one of the only lighted fields in the American Midwest Conference, Julian Field is in its 15th season as home of the Pirates since being rededicated with new seating, lights, and the press box atop the stadium, in 1998.

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ark University calls Parkville, Mo., and the Greater Kansas City area home, offering students the features of both small-town life and the flashing lights of a big city. With a population of more than 4,000, Parkville allows students the small-town lifestyle and tightly knit community often times associated with small college athletics and the NAIA. Originally a trading post on the Missouri River, Parkville grew as Kansas City boomed in the late 1800s, which included the founding of Park University. Both the University and the city get their names from Col. George S. Park, who played a key role in the early development of the area. Today, Parkville’s historic downtown district, coupled with new shopping areas to the north and east, gives Park University students multiple entertainment opportunities within the area. Parkville sits within the Northland area of metropolitan Kansas City, which encompasses 15 counties, nine of which are in Missouri and six across the state line in Kansas. The Northland is locally referred to as “north of the river.” Contained wholly within Missouri, it encompasses portions of Platte and Clay counties, including the northern half of Kansas City, Mo., and the cities of Parkville, Gladstone, Liberty and North Kansas City. Kansas City is situated at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers, often referred to as Kaw Point, straddling the border between the two states. The Kansas City Metropolitan Statistical Area, anchored by Kansas City, Mo., is the 29th largest in the United States, with an estimated population just over 2 million. A tradition-rich city known for its barbecue and storied sports history, Kansas City is currently home to Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals, the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, Major League Soccer’s Sporting Kansas City and the Kansas Speedway, which hosts multiple NASCAR and IRL events throughout the year, including two Sprint Cup Series event in the spring and fall. Kansas City is also home to the Kansas City T-Bones independent league baseball franchise and the Kansas City Explorers of World TeamTennis. The Sprint Center and the Power & Light District in the downtown area is one of the region’s top entertainment areas. The Sprint Center also houses the College Basketball Experience, which includes the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. A few blocks away sits historic Municipal Auditorium, home to the Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. In 2010, Park University made its third appearance in five seasons, and its fifth overall, in the national tournament. Additionally, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics moved its offices downtown in the summer of 2007. Kansas City is also known for its historic shopping districts, including Westport and the Country Club Plaza, which is one of the world’s largest outdoor shopping areas designed for motor-vehicle traffic. Commonly referred to as “The Plaza,” it is home to one of the nation’s largest holiday light displays between Thanksgiving and January. In the Northland, Zona Rosa has become a popular shopping district, while Leawood Town Center and The Legends at Village West in Kansas City, Kan., keep shoppers occupied in Kansas. Best Value, Nationwide Park continues to increase access to higher education by offering the quality undergraduate and graduate degrees students desire at locations, times and delivery formats that best serve their needs. In 2010, the University was ranked as the No. 1 value among private colleges and universities by Parents & Colleges, an online resource for parents of collegebound students. According to Parents & Colleges, institutions included on this list offer a diversity of degrees, have affordable tuitions and/or offer generous financial aid, and report the highest SAT or ACT scores for the incoming class. Park was cited as offering “both proximity to big-city excitement and the safe, relaxed atmosphere of a small town… the student body represents 50 states and 100 countries, and the school prides itself on its diversity and global outlook. Tuition for full-time undergraduates is a fraction of other private institutions, and average class size and student-to-faculty ratio are low.” Founded Founded in 1875 in Parkville, Mo., Park University has developed into a comprehensive, independent institution that is a national leader in higher education. In 2000, Park achieved university status and now serves more than 24,000 students annually at 40 campus centers in 21 states and online.

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Serving an ethnically diverse student population and non-traditional adult learners has, for many years, been central to Park’s educational mission. Even in its first year, Park University enrolled women students as well as men, something that was unusual at the time; and two of the original 17 students were Native Americans. Park was also an early integrator when it welcomed African-American students to live in Park’s residence halls in the 1950s. Present Providing such access has developed considerable diversity among the student population, with more than 650 international students from 110 countries, and a 42 percent student representation from racial, ethnic and cultural groups typically underrepresented in colleges and universities. The University has repeatedly been recognized as one of the top 100 American colleges/universities in the nation graduating Hispanic, African-American and AmericanIndian students. In addition, extracurricular activities and championship-caliber athletic programs complement Park’s outstanding scholastic programs. Park offers numerous degree programs online, and it maintains a long-standing relationship with the U.S. military for which it has been recognized as one of the largest providers of online undergraduate education to military learners worldwide. Park has received international recognition by Military Advanced Education magazine as one of its “Top 20 Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities,” citing Park’s “innovative academic degree programs steeped in excellence.” Parkville Campus Founded: 1875 Location: Parkville, Mo. Tuition: Our fiscal initiatives provide varying revenue streams which allow Park to maintain its tuition at approximately the same level as students attending state universities in Missouri (our tuition benchmark). First-time Freshmen: ACT is 22 with an average grade point average of 3.386. Student/Faculty Ratio: Undergraduate 12:1; Graduate 9:1. Diverse Population: Students represent all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as 110 foreign countries. Special Programs and Facilities: Parkville Commercial Underground; Mabee Learning Center (academic underground, including the McAfee Memorial Library); limitless internship opportunities; Academic Support Center for tutoring, testing and writing labs; Career Development Center; Breckon Sports Center; state-of-the-art fitness facility; International Center for Music; Campanella Art Gallery; David Theater. Accreditation Park University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The State of Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has officially approved the academic standards of Park University for teacher education. The Ellen Finley Earhart Nursing program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing. The Department of Athletic Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. The Department of Social Work is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Vision Statement Park University, a pioneering institution of higher learning since 1875, will provide leadership in quality, innovative education for a diversity of learners who will excel in their professional and personal service to the global community. Mission Statement Park University provides access to a quality higher education experience that prepares a diverse community of learners to think critically, communicate effectively, demonstrate a global perspective, and engage in lifelong learning and service to others.

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ichael Droge, Ph.D., was appointed President by the Park University Board of Trustees in 2009 after serving for a brief period as Interim President. He joined Park University in September 2002 to serve as the Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. His role in that position gave him charge of all academic areas of the University, including acting as the liaison between the academic and non-academic components of the University. Droge has 30 years of distinguished achievement in teaching, research and service in higher education. As the principle investigator on programs funded by the National Institutes for Health (NIH) and the Department of Education, he expanded research opportunities for groups of students who are underserved by higher education. His research focused on the spinal cord and he served as a reviewer for the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences and several journals in neuroscience. Droge was the founding Director of the Center for Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research Support at Texas Woman’s University (TWU), and “Lead Dean” for the Federation of North Texas Area Universities. His academic awards include the Beall Memorial Award for Outstanding Dissertation from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas, the Mary Mason Lyon Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Teaching and Service, the President’s Award for Distinguished Service from Texas Woman’s University, and the 2012 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Dr. Droge currently serves numerous organizations in various leadership roles including the American Council on Education’s Commission on Internationalization and Global Engagement, People to People International’s Board, and the Kansas City Economic Development Council’s Higher Education Taskforce. Droge received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology and German from the University of Kansas, and he began graduate studies in Germany at the University of Bonn as a Fulbright Scholar. Upon receiving his Master of Science degree from Texas Tech University, Droge earned his Ph. D. degree in Physiology & Biophysics from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He came to Park University with 19 years of experience in higher education as a faculty member and administrator at TWU, where he was Professor of Biology and Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. He is committed to Park University’s leadership role in serving those who serve their community and country as global citizens.

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ark University director of athletics Claude English begins his 17th full year and his 18th season as the University’s AD in 2012-13, starting his tenure as athletics director in January of 1996. In his nearly 17-year term, English has guided Park through a steady athletics program improvement, including enhancing facilities and providing student-athletes with a first-rate experience at Park. In 2011-12, English had chief oversight in Park’s newest addition to its list of facilities when the Track & Field Complex opened as a training ground for the track and cross country teams. The six-lane, competition-ready track sits adjacent to the 1,500-seat Julian Field, which is also undergoing seating renovations in 2012-13, and the Park University Softball Complex, which will feature an upgraded sound system in the upcoming year. English’s tenure has also included the opening of Comfort Field, home to the Park University baseball program, an agreement with The National Golf Club of Kansas City, which gives the women’s golf program one of the finest practice and competition facilities in the Midwest, and Breckon Sports Center, home to the Park University men’s and women’s volleyball programs, in addition to administrative offices. In 2010, English was honored for his service as an athletics administrator by being inducted into the McLendon Minority Athletics Administrators Hall of Fame, representing the NAIA in a group of seven individuals honored by the John McLendon Minority Scholarship Foundation, which supports the McLendon Minority Postgraduate Scholarship fund. Later in 2010-11, English was honored by a second hall of fame in his home town, earning a spot in the Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame in Columbus, Ga. English began his affiliation with Park University in the 1992-93 men’s basketball season, beginning a 15-year coaching run with the Pirates that saw a trip to the NAIA Fab Four in 1998 and 182 coaching wins, making English the Pirates’ winningest coach. He owns 227 total wins, which includes a three-year head coaching stint at his alma mater, the University of Rhode Island, an NCAA Division I school in the Atlantic 10 Conference. He was the A-10 coach of the year in 198182, and in 1997-98, after guiding Park to a 27-8 overall mark, the winningest season in a Park history that dates back to 1961-62, he was honored with the Charles A. Krigel Award for outstanding sportsmanship. His team was also honored that season, earning the Dr. James Naismith-Emil S. Liston Sportsmanship Award. In his playing career, English was a two-year standout at Christian College in Dallas, Texas, before finishing his collegiate career at Rhode Island. After college, English was drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers and played one NBA season, 1970-71, before finishing his basketball career with the Hartford Capitals of the Eastern Basketball Association. He was a three-year captain for the Capitals and helped the team to an Eastern Association title in 1973-74. As director of athletics at Park, the Pirates have captured 53 conference championships, and in each of his previous 16 seasons as athletics director, at least one Park program has represented the Pirates in NAIA postseason play. He has also watched 98 student-athletes earn All-America honors, and 200 student-athletes have been named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, the highest academic honor bestowed upon a student-athlete by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. In 2008-09, Park’s department of athletics carried an overall grade point average better than 3.0 and the school earned a record seven NAIA scholar team designations. In his most recent year as AD, English’s department posted four scholar teams, which carry a 3.0 GPA or better as a team through the academic year.

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Steve Wilson

Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Communications (6th Year) Steve Wilson, Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Communications, is in his sixth year leading Park University’s athletics communications office. As Assistant AD for Sports Communications, Wilson oversees publicity efforts for all 15 sports and serves as the primary contact for men’s and women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s running sports, men’s basketball, baseball and women’s golf. He also handles all general inquiries in the department, serves as managing editor for www.parkathletics.com, and oversees Park’s sports communications staff. Between 2009 and 2012, Wilson helped introduce four social media outlets for the Pirates, and in 2012-13, he will oversee the new Pirate Sports Network, which will include live statistics, live video, and in-game chats via Stretch Internet. The 2012-13 academic year will also mark Wilson’s second on the communications staff for the American Midwest Conference, a role he shares with Columbia College Associate Director of Athletics Cindy Fotti. In addition to communications, marketing, and publicity responsibilities, Wilson also serves as the department’s drug-test program coordinator and provides on-air play-by-play for the Pirate Sports Network, primarily for road contests. An active CoSIDA and NAIA-SIDA member, Wilson is involved in several national committees, and in 2011 he was named to an atlarge position on the NAIA-SIDA Board of Directors. He begins his second term on the NAIA-SIDA board in 2012, lasting through 2014, and in his career, he has been awarded 18 top-10 finishes in NAIASIDA publications contests. A 2004 graduate of Kansas State University, Wilson began his career in sports information at Kansas Wesleyan University in 200405, assisting with publicity for the Coyote football, men’s basketball, baseball and women’s basketball programs. In 2005, he joined the athletic media relations staff at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, where he was the primary contact for women’s volleyball, women’s basketball and baseball, while also assisting with publicity efforts in the Bobcat football program. Away from San Marcos, Wilson assisted on the game-day staffs of the 2005 United States Basketball League Championship, the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional in San Antonio and the 2006 NCAA Baseball Regional in Austin, Texas. During the 2005 football season, he also assisted the game-day efforts of the New Orleans Saints, who were relocated to San Antonio by Hurricane Katrina. Prior to his work in sports information, Wilson was a play-byplay voice and account manager for KSAL-AM in Salina, Kan., as well as a contributing writer and assistant editor for Rivals.com College Baseball. He received top honors in the student play-by-play category by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters in 2003. Wilson and his wife, Sarah, reside in Roeland Park, Kan. In addition to his continuing education efforts through CoSIDA and NAIA-SIDA, he is also a graduate of the Leadership Northland program, operated by the Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce, and will obtain his Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management in May 2013.

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Scott Slarks

Sports Communications Coordinator (1st Year) Scott Slarks enters his first season as Sports Communications & Marketing Coordinator at Park University in 2012. He will be the primary contact for men’s and women’s soccer, women’s basketball, and softball and will assist Steve Wilson, Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Communications, with other activities in the athletics communications office. Slarks also will provide on-air play-by-play for the Pirate Sports Network, primarily for road contests, and help maintain the athletics website (www.parkathletics.com) and its various social media outlets, including Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. A native of Owatonna, Minn., Slarks joins the Pirates after serving two years as the Sports Information Graduate Assistant at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in Edwardsville, Ill., where he was the primary media contact for six of the Cougars’ 16 Division I intercollegiate sports. He also provided play-by-play and color commentary for the men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, and women’s basketball teams. Prior to his work at SIUE, Slarks served as the Interim Director of Sports Information at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss. He was in charge of media relations efforts for all of the Majors’ 18 Division III intercollegiate sports, which included the writing of all game and feature stories and producing various printed material, including posters, schedule cards, and media guides. Slarks got his start in athletic communications serving as a student assistant for four years in the Sports Information Department as an undergraduate at Gustavus Adolphus College under director Tim Kennedy. He also was president and a two-year member of the club volleyball team. A member of CoSIDA, Slarks has been highly involved with athletics over the last seven years, volunteering at the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey regionals and working as a lead statistician for the annual Schwan Cup high school hockey tournament in Blaine, Minn. He also served as a rink coordinator at the USA International Hockey Cup, which included supervising eight hockey rinks at the world’s largest ice arena. Slarks is a 2009 Cum Laude graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn., where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in business management, and later earned a Master of Science degree in kinesiology (sport management) from SIUE in 2012. He currently resides in Kansas City, Mo.


Mickey Clarizio

Interim Head Athletic Trainer (2nd Year) Mickey Clarizio is in his first full year on the Park University sports medicine staff, and in August, he was named Interim Head Athletic Trainer. In his most recent stop, he was the Coordinator of Minor League Athletic Training for the Seattle Mariners Baseball Club. Clarizio spent 15 years with the Mariners, serving as an athletic trainer for the Mariners’ Rookie League team in Arizona from 1995 to 1997. In 1997, he was promoted to coordinating all of the Mariners’ minor league athletic training efforts. Clarizio’s time with the Mariners overlapped with his tenure as athletic trainer at Sheldon High School in Eugene, Ore., a position he held from 1985 to 1997. Prior to working at Sheldon, Clarizio was the Director of Sports Medicine at the Portland Orthopedic Clinic (1982-1985), in addition to high-school athletic training positions at North Eugene High School (Eugene, Ore.) and Jefferson High School (Portland). Clarizio’s career began a with the Eugene Emeralds Baseball Club in 1974 and also included a four-year period of Minor League Baseball stops in the Cincinnati Reds organization from 1975-1979. He was the Assistant Women’s Athletic Trainer at Oregon from 19761977, and he obtained both his bachelor’s degree (1975) and master’s degree (1978) from the University of Oregon. Clarizio is certified by the National Association of Athletic Trainers, and as interim head athletic trainer at Park, Clarizio oversees the department’s budget and sport coverage plans, as well as managing the athletic training staff. He resides in Kansas City, Kan.

Jennifer Jeffress

Assistant Athletic Trainer (3rd Year) Jennifer Jeffress begins her third season with the Park University sports medicine department, coming to the Pirates after two seasons at her alma mater, Missouri Valley College. At Missouri Valley, Jeffress handled injury prevention, evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and physician referrals for women’s volleyball, wrestling and baseball. She was also an instructor for athletic training and exercise science courses. Prior to Missouri Valley, Jeffress served as a graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee, working primarily with the women’s tennis team. She was also a member of Team ENHANCE, a premier comprehensive, proactive program established to identify, counsel, support, monitor, refer an follow up with student-athletes struggling with emotional and mental health issues. She also managed and maintained hydrotherapy equipment at UT, and her master’s project at Tennessee was an assessment of female athletes to determine increased risk of anterior cruciate ligament injury during jump landing. While at Tennessee, she also assisted with preparations in order to host NCAA tournament events. Jeffress has a bachelor’s degree in athletic training and exercise science with an emphasis in health and fitness from Missouri Valley College, with a masters in exercise science (emphasis in biomechanics) from the University of Tennessee.

Patricia Fayard

Office Manager (26th Year) Pat Fayard is in her 27thyear at Park University and her ninth in the Park University Department of Athletics. She is lead assistant to Director of Athletics Claude English and coordinates team travel and overall budgetary items for the department of athletics. Fayard also oversees many operational efforts for Park on gamedays, including the student workstudy program, concession-stand management and front-gate ticket operations. With her husband Dennis, Fayard resides in Parkville.

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frem Shimlis begins his 12th season at the helm of the Park University men’s soccer program, and in 2011, the Pirates advanced to a third-straight AMC Tournament championship match. The third-seeded Pirates finished the AMC regular season 6-2 and upset No. 2 seed Columbia College in the AMC semifinals. Park finished the season at No. 1 Hannibal-LaGrange for the AMC championship losing to the Trojans 2-1. In 2010, Shimlis earned the AMC Coach of the Year award after leading Park to a AMC Men’s Soccer regular season title with a 6-0-1 conference and 12-3-2 overall record. Park’s Ramone Palmer was named the AMC Men’s Soccer Player of the Year under Shimlis’ tutelage. From Sept. 22 to Nov. 9, Park won 10 consecutive games and outscored its opponents 34-9, shutting out four teams. Park earned the No. 1 seed in the 2010 AMC Tournament and met with No. 3 seeded Columbia College in the championship at Julian Field. The teams battled through 90 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtime periods before ending the match in penalty kicks, with Columbia advancing, 4-3. In his 11 years at Park, Shimlis has amassed a 128-82-15 record, averaging nearly 12 wins per season. He picked up his 100th career victory while at Park in a 3-0 shutout over No. 4 ranked and eventual NAIA national champion Lindsey Wilson College on Labor Day in 2009. Under Shimlis, Park qualified for its seventh-straight NAIA National Tournament in 2008, which was the third longest active streak in the country. The Pirates eventually lost to Baker University 1-0 in the first round finishing the season 11-4-3 overall. Park was ranked in every NAIA Coaches Top 25 Poll in 2008 and was ranked as high as No. 7. Shimlis guided the Pirates to a MCAC regular season title, a Region IV Tournament championship, and an NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2007. Shimlis was recognized by both the MCAC and Region IV as Coach of the Year and the team earned the 2007 NELS Dahlquist Team Sportsmanship Award. Four student-athletes were recognized as all-Americans and eight were named to the all-Region IV and all-MCAC teams. Shimlis accepted the head coaching position after three years as an assistant coach in the program, and a four-year career as a player for the Pirates from 1992-1996. Before his appointment at Park, the Addis Ababa, Ethiopia native played professionally for the 1997 World Champion Kansas City Attack of the National Professional Soccer League, as well as the Daytona Speed Kings and the Columbus Comets. In the spring of 2008, Shimlis co-founded the youth soccer Harambe Futbol Club. Harambe F.C. is based in the Kansas City metro area and has 14 boys and girls soccer teams. Shimlis is the head coach of the U-11 girls Harambe F.C. Fury and the U-15 boys Harambe F.C. United. Shimlis resides in Parkville, Mo., and earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Park in 1997.

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lain-Giress Matingou joined the Park men’s soccer staff as assistant coach for the start of the 2012 season. Matingou played four seasons as a defender for head coach Efrem Shimlis making 55 appearances and 53 starts in a Pirate uniform. He also served as team captain for three seasons. The Paris, France native, was an American Midwest Conference First-Team All-Conference selection in both the 2011 and 2010 seasons after earning Honorable Mention All-Conference honors in 2009. He also earned Academic All-Conference honors in 2010 and 2011. Matingou scored six goals for the Pirates during his tenure, including a career-high three as a senior in 2011. He helped lead Park to an appearance in the 2008 NAIA National Tournament, an AMC regular season conference title in 2010, and three consecutive appearances in the AMC Tournament championship match. Matingou is currently pursuing an MBA in Finance.

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For careers stats and updated bios, visit http://www.parkathletics.com/msoccer/roster_mso.shtml

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REECE HARRIS

5-9 • Jr. • GK • Platte City, Mo. Platte County R-3 HS

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KIEL WILLIAMS

5-9 • Jr. • MF • Point Fottin, Trinidad & Tobago Vessigny Secondary School

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PHILLIP HAYES

5-7 • Sr. • F • Kansas City, Mo. Nottingham HS

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RICHARD OSTERLOH 6-2 • Jr. • F • Sau Paulo, Brazil Louisville

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ANDREAS SHARPE 5-7 • Fr. • MF • Santiago, Chile Jnstituto Tabanwra

Player Reece Harris Phillip Hayes Nick Cintron Ronaldo Falcao Devon Mehaffey Maximiliano Albayay Ignacio Flores Dawit Gebremariam Kiel Williams Richard Osterloh George Kenned Lucas Sousa Nermin Abidovic Anass Moudfir Johans Buchholz Andreas Sharpe Andre D’Elia Ryan Miller Gabriel Alves Carlos Trombini Juan Pablo Mancha

NICK CINTRON

6-1 • So. • D • Excelsior Springs, Mo. Excelsior Springs HS

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GEORGE KENNEDY 5-8 • So. • F • Kumasi, Ghana Kumasi Anglic HS

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ANDRE D’ELIA

6-1 • Jr. • D • Sau Paulo, Brazil Universidade Paulista

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Ht. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr So.

Yr. 5’9 5’7 6’1 5’7 5’7 5’8 5’8 5’7 5’9 6’2 5’8 5’8 6’0 6’0 5’9 5’7 6’1 6’2 5’8 5’10 5’8

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RONALDO FALCAO 5-7 • Jr. • MF • Sau Paulo, Brazil Uniban

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LUCAS SOUSA

5-8 • Fr. • MF • Sau Paulo, Brazil EE Dr Francisco Brasiliense

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RYAN MILLER

6-2 • Jr. • GK • Kansas City, Mo. Benedictine College

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

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MAXIMILANO ALBAYAY 5-8 • Fr. • MF • Santiago, Chile Centro Education Valle Hemoso

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NERMIN ABIDOVIC 6-0 • Jr. • D • Zvornik, Bosnia North Kansas City HS

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GABRIEL ALVES

5-8 • Fr. • MF • Sau Paulo, Brazil Escola Estadual Francisco Paula

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IGNACIO FLORES 5-8 • Fr. • D • Santiago, Chile Augusto D’halmar

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ANASS MOUDFIR

6-0 • Sr. • F • St. Hubert, Quebec Andre-Laurendeau HS

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CARLOS TROMBINI

5-10 • Jr. • MF • Sao Paulo, Brazil Darton College

Hometown Platte City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Excelsior Springs, Mo Sao Paulo, Brazil Kansas City, Mo. Santiago, Chile Santiago, Chile Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Point Fottin, Trinidad and Tobago Sao Paulo, Brazil Kumasi, Ghana Sao Paulo, Brazil Zvornik, Bosnia St-Hubert, Quebec, Canada Antofagasta, Chile Santiago, Chile Sao Paulo, Brazil Kansas City, Mo. Sao Paulo, Brazil Sao Paulo, Brazil Ft. Worth, Texas

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DAWIT GEBREMARIAM

5-7 • Sr. • MF • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Medehnalem

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JOHANS BUCHHOLZ 5-9 • Fr. • D • Antofagasta, Chile Chanares

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JUAN PABLO MANCHA 5-8 • So. • F • Ft. Worth, Texas Crowley HS

Previous School Platte County R-3 HS Nottingham HS Excelsior Springs HS Uniban Missouri Valley Centro Education Valle Hemoso Augusto D’halmar Medehnalem Vessigny Secondary School Louisville Kumasi Anglic HS EE Dr Francisco Brasiliense North Kansas City HS Andre-Laurendeau HS Chanares Jnstituto Tabanwra Universidade Paulista Benedictine Escola Estadual Francisco Paula Darton College Crowley HS

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George Kennedy returns five goals and two assists from last season’s AMC tournament runner-up team.

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hen the men’s soccer season begins Saturday, question marks will be addressed for Park University head coach Efrem Shimlis. He returns both goal keepers, his scoring leader, and his assists leader from 2011, but the 12th-year head coach will turn to a young batch of newcomers to fill a few vital roles left behind by the 2011 roster. George Kennedy, last season’s leading goal scorer (five goals, two assists) returns to the 2012 lineup, along with Dawit Gebremariam, who led ball distribution with three assists, adding four goals. Kiel Williams leads the remaining pack of returners on the offensive side of the ball, which also includes seniors Phillip Hayes (five games played), Anass Moudfir (nine starts), and Devon Mehaffey (seven starts). Defensively, Nermin Abidovic (17 games played and started) and Nick Cintron (four games played) return to the back line, which will help Park’s two returning keepers, Ryan Miller and Reece Harris, who combined for a 1.39 goals-against average and 76 saves in 2011. Harris played in 11 games with 36 saves last season, and Miller finished 2011 with 37 saves, playing 13 games between the posts. Both are expected to see time in 2012. “Having two keepers back with experience is critical for our team,” Shimlis said. “Kiel (Williams) and Dawit (Gebremariam) started in every game last year, and they’ll lead our returners. All of our returners have to set the tone and show the new guys how we go about things in this program.” Park’s newcomer class, which includes 11 new faces, in all, is sparked by five players from Chile, who Shimlis describes as tough players who play the game with a lot of heart. “We have a young team with a lot of new players, so it will take time for our chemistry to be right,” Shimlis said. “So far, though, things are the way we need them to be. The guys are taking the first step, and that’s working hard. They also have the right attitude to get us where we need to be, but we are a long way from where I’d like to

see us in November.” Shimlis expects Johans Bucholz, a freshman defender from Santiago, Chile, to fill a gap left by two all-conference defenders, Robert Palmer and Alain Matingou, who were the backfield’s anchors in 2011. Ignacio Flores could also add to the defensive depth, and Max Albayay is another Chilean defensive player that will add to the Pirates’ midfield. Offensively, Andreas Sharpe, also from Santiago, is expected to fill a scoring gap left by four players who departed from the 2011 roster and scored at least one goal last season.

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Park (Mo.)

2011 Season NAIA Men`s SoccerStats - 2011 Player Stats No

Pts

G/SH

SH

SOG

SOG/SH

YC

RC

GWG

PKM

PKA

1 Harris, Reece

Player

GP 11

10

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

2 Hayes, Phillip

5

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

3 Cintron, Nick 4 Matingou, Alain

4

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

14

14

3

0

6

0.176

17

6

0.353

2

1

1

0

0

5 Mehaffey, Devon

12

7

0

0

0

0.000

3

1

0.333

1

0

0

0

0

6 Gooden, Ja-ir

18

18

5

1

11

0.116

43

16

0.372

1

0

2

2

3

7 Mehaffey, Tyler

6

1

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

8 Gebremariam, Dawit

18

14

4

3

11

0.143

28

10

0.357

4

0

1

0

0

9 Williams, Kiel

0

15

15

0

1

1

0.000

14

5

0.357

1

1

0

0

10 Ashman, Matthew

4

3

4

0

8

0.190

21

9

0.429

1

0

0

0

1

11 Kennedy, George

14

11

5

2

12

0.147

34

17

0.500

0

1

3

0

0

12 Palmer, Robert

17

17

2

0

4

0.105

19

5

0.263

8

1

0

0

0

13 Abidovic, Nermin

17

17

0

1

1

0.000

4

0

0.000

2

0

0

0

0

14 Moudfir, Anass

13

9

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

15 Dagnachaw, Sibhat

14

14

0

0

0

0.000

2

1

0.500

1

0

0

0

0

16 Taylor, Dan

10

3

0

2

2

0.000

0

0

0.000

1

0

0

0

0

18 Miller, Ryan

13

8

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

19 Smith, Todd

18

18

0

1

1

0.000

3

1

0.333

0

0

0

0

0

20 Mulonzi, Cesar

17

13

0

2

2

0.000

1

0

0.000

3

0

0

0

0

21 Carrion, Roberto

7

0

0

0

0

0.000

1

1

1.000

0

0

0

0

0

23 Devero, Andrew

9

2

0

1

1

0.000

4

4

1.000

0

0

0

0

0

10

5

1

1

3

0.167

6

2

0.333

2

0

1

0

0

24 Russell, Jack Totals

18

24 15

63

0.120 200

78

0.390

29

4

8

2

4

Opponent

18

25 17

67

0.130 192

102

0.531

28

1

10

0

0

Goalie Stats No

1 18

GP

GS

Min

GA

GAAvg

SV

Pct

W

L

T

SHO

Harris, Reece

Player

11

10

769:42

11

1.290

36

0.766

5

4

0

0.000

Miller, Ryan

13

8

881:55

14

1.430

37

0.725

3

6

0

0.170

Totals

28

18

1651:37

25

1.390

76

0.752

8

10

0

0.170

Opponent

20

18

1651:37

24

1.330

54

0.692

10

8

0

6.000

Corner Kicks By Period 1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Shots By Period

1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Park (Mo.)

26

47

0

0

Park (Mo.)

86

116

4

1

Opponent

38

40

0

0

Opponent

81

107

4

2

Fouls By Period

1st

11

GS G A

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Saves By Period

1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Park (Mo.)

95

91

0

0

Park (Mo.)

39

39

0

0

Opponent

110

110

3

1

Opponent

17

39

2

0


Year-by-Year History

COACH YEAR WINS LOSSES TIES WIN % NOTES Terry Dennis 1979 10 3 2 66.67% 7-0-1 at home. Pat Hogan 1980 11 7 1 57.89% Pete Thomson 1981 9 6 1 56.25% Tom Koontz 1982 4 8 0 33.33% Ben Popoola 1983 8 7 0 53.33% Ben Popoola 1984 19 2 1 86.36% Appearance in NAIA National Tournament Ben Popoola 1985 13 2 3 72.22% Ben Popoola 1986 14 3 0 82.35% Ben Popoola 1987 14 4 0 77.78% Ben Popoola 1988 10 5 1 62.50% Ben Popoola 1989 11 3 1 73.33% Ben Popoola 1990 16 5 1 72.73% Ben Popoola 1991 11 11 0 50.00% Ben Popoola 1992 13 7 0 65.00% Ben Popoola 1993 16 6 1 69.57% Ben Popoola 1994 9 12 0 42.86% Ben Popoola 1995 11 8 1 55.00% Popoola record 165-75-9 (.663) Matt Clark 1996 10 9 1 50.00% Matt Clark 1997 11 9 1 52.38% Clark record 21-16-2 (.538) Roger Bongaerts 1998 12 7 1 60.00% Roger Bongaerts 1999 10 8 1 52.63% Third in AMC (3-3) Roger Bongaerts 2000 10 7 1 55.56% Advanced to Region Final vs.Lindenwood Bongaerts record 32-22-3 (.561) Efrem Shimlis 2001 11 6 2 57.89% Advanced to region semifinal vs. Lindenwood Efrem Shimlis 2002^ 21 2 2 84.00% ^ Matches later forfeited due to an NAIA determination that an ineligible student-athlete was played. Record amended to 1-24-0; championships vacated. Efrem Shimlis 2003 14 8 1 60.87% NAIA National Championship Quarterfinalists Efrem Shimlis 2004 20 3 1 85.42% NAIA National Championship Second Round Efrem Shimlis 2005 15 4 2 76.19% NAIA National Championship First Round Efrem Shimlis 2006 13 8 1 63.64% NAIA National Championship Second Round Efrem Shimlis 2007 13 6 0 68.42% NAIA National Championship First Round Efrem Shimlis 2008 11 4 3 69.4% NAIA National Championship Opening Round Efrem Shimlis 2009 10 6 1 60.6% Tied in AMC championship, lost on PKs Efrem Shimlis 2010 12 3 2 76.4% AMC regular season champion Efrem Shimlis 2011 8 10 0 44.4% AMC championship game appearance TOTAL 380 221 31 63.2%

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PARK

2012 SOCCER FACT BOOK

K

en Hefner enters his eighth season as the head coach of the Park University women’s soccer program, entering the season with a mark of 83-41-11 (.656 winning percentage) at Park, while his overall record, including 29 wins as a men’s head coach, is 252-174-20. In women’s games, Hefner is 223-161-18 all time. The Pirates finished the 2011 campaign with an overall record of 11-8-0 and were 8-2 in the American Midwest Conference, including five straight shutouts from Oct. 19 to Nov. 17 where Park outscored its opponents 23-0. Hefner has carried the winning tradition of the Park women’s soccer program leading the Pirates to its 22nd winning season in 24 years of competition and the 21st time with at least 10 wins. In 2010, Hefner was named AMC Coach of the Year, sharing the honor with two other league coaches after leading Park to a share of the AMC regular season championship. His Pirates finished with an overall record of 12-5-2, following an 8-2 mark in AMC games. Hefner took the Pirates to the AMC Tournament championship game where the team earned its 10th-straight decision without a defeat, drawing at McKendree University and ending the season on penalty kicks. His 2010 team set a school record for one-goal outcomes, as all five losses in 2010 came by a single tally, and in all, the team had eight one-goal decisions during the year. Ashley Maxwell headlined Hefner’s all-conference selections by being named AMC Player of the Year. During the 2009 season, Hefner’s Pirates qualified for the postseason for the fifth-straight season and were within striking distance of an AMC title throughout the regular season, scoring 63 goals on the year while holding opponents to just 10. Hefner led the Pirates to their eighth NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2008 after claiming their third-straight MCAC regular season championship and fourth in the previous five years, capping the conference season with a second-straight MCAC Tournament championship at Julian Field. Park finished the year with a 14-2-3 record, losing to NAIA national champion Lee University in Daytona Beach, Fla. At the conclusion of the 2008 season, Hefner garnered a pair of honors, being named NSCAA/ adidas NAIA Midwest Region Coach of the Year, as well as MCAC Co-Coach of the Year. He also coached nine all-conference players, two of which went on to be named NAIA All-Americans. Hefner ranks as the eighth winningest coach in NAIA history, owning 223 career women’s wins in seven seasons at Park, seven seasons at Lindsey Wilson College (1993-1999) and three seasons at Tennessee Wesleyan College (1990-93). Additionally, Hefner posted 19 wins as the head coach at NCAA Division I Arkansas State, helping his career coaching wins total to eighth all-time among NAIA women’s coaches. He also has 29 men’s wins from his time at Tennessee Wesleyan to push his overall career total to 252 wins. In 1999, Hefner was tabbed to lead a start-up soccer program at Arkansas State, which began play in 2000. His teams qualified for the Sun Belt Conference tournament four years in a row under his guidance and had three players named to the all-conference team from 2000-2003. In addition to Hefner’s success on the field, his players have enjoyed success in the classroom. At Lindsey Wilson, he had 18 academic all-conference selections and eight NAIA All-America ScholarAthletes. During his time at Arkansas State, his team owned an overall GPA of 3.0 or better in six of seven semesters. Hefner owns a United States Soccer Federation National B License, an Advanced National License, and an NSCAA National Diploma. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from West Georgia College in 1987. He and his wife, Dawn, have three children, Matthew (26), Megan (25), and Mackenzie (21).

K

itti Katona begins her third season as an assistant coach for the team she helped build into a defensive power, moving to the Park sideline after four years as a starting defender for the Pirates between 2005 and 2009. Katona began her playing career at Park in 2005, earning 20 starts and scoring three of her five career goals as a freshman. In the 2006 season, she helped orchestrate one of the nation’s top defensive turnarounds, as the Park defense held opponents to just 10 goals after allowing 39 the previous season. She sat out 2007 with a knee injury, but bounced back in 2008, again anchoring a defense that held opponents to less than 20 goals, giving up 17 on the year. She also scored her fourth career goal during the 2008 campaign and helped the Pirates advance to the NAIA national tournament, marking her third appearance on the NAIA’s national stage. She graduated in 2010 with a degree in international business and is currently attending graduate school at Park University.

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For careers stats and updated bios, visit http://www.parkathletics.com/wsoccer/roster_ws.shtml

1

ELLEN GHIRARDI 5-9 • Jr. • GK • O’Fallon, Mo. Fort Zumwalt South HS

8

LIBBY GALE

5-6 • Fr. • MF • London, U.K. Greendown School

2

ALEXANDRIA ERICKSON

5-6 • So. • MF • Harrisonville, Mo. Harrisonville HS

9

DANA HEMMINGSEN 5-7 • Sr. • F • Prairie Village, Kan. Shawnee Mission East HS

14

ANJA COLLEN

5-6 • So. • MF • Umea, Sweden Ostra Gymnasiet

Player Ellen Ghirardi Alexandria Erickson Chrystal Schroeder Cara Lightle Nichole Hemmingsen Shnell Briscoe Libby Gale Dana Hemmingsen Juneille Watkins Christina Harold Kathryn Dykes Melanie Brewer Anja Collen Mikayla Fisher J’vonelle Simpson Jen French Alisha Hoskins

CHRYSTAL SCHROEDER 5-9 • Fr. • D • Independence, Mo. Truman HS

10

JUNEILLE WATKINS

5-4 • Sr. • MF • St. Andrew, Jamaica St. Hugh’s HS

16

MIKAYLA FISHER

Ht. 5-9 5-6 5-9 5-6 5-7 6-0 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-2 5-6 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-7

Yr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So.

4

NICHOLE HEMMINGSEN

5-6 • Jr. • D • Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS

11

5-7 • Sr. • MF • Prairie Village, Kan. Shawnee Mission East HS

CHRISTINA HAROLD 5-4 • So. • D • Harrisonville, Mo. Harrisonville HS

J’VONELLE SIMPSON 5-4 • Sr. • D • Kingston, Jamaica Camperdown HS

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

5

CARA LIGHTLE

17

5-4 • Fr. • MF • Rose Hill, Kan. Rose Hill HS

2012 Women’s Soccer Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 20 23

3

12

KATHRYN DYKES

5-4 • Fr. • MF • Excelsior Springs, Mo. Excelsior Springs HS

20

JEN FRENCH

5-8 • Jr. • MF • Lenexa, Kan. Johnson County CC

Hometown O’Fallon, Mo. Harrisonville, Mo. Independence, Mo. Shawnee, Kan. Prairie Village, Kan. Clarendon, Jamaica London, U.K. Prairie Village, Kan. St. Andrew, Jamaica Harrisonville, Mo. Excelsior Springs, Mo. Olathe, Kan. Umea, Sweden Rose Hill, Kan. Kingston, Jamaica Lenexa, Kan. Platte City, Mo.

7

SHNELL BRISCOE

6-0 • So. • MF • Clarendon, Jamaica Garvey Maceo HS

13

MELANIE BREWER 5-2 • Sr. • D • Olathe, Kan. Olathe North HS

23

ALISHA HOSKINS

5-7 • So. • GK • Platte CIty, Mo. Platte County R-3 HS

Previous School Fort Zumwalt South HS Harrisonville HS Truman HS Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Shawnee Mission East HS Garvey Maceo HS Greendown School Shawnee Mission East HS St. Hugh’s HS Harrisonville HS Excelsior Springs HS Olathe North HS Ostra Gymnasiet Rose Hill HS Camperdown HS Johnson County CC Platte County R-3 HS

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PARK

2012 SOCCER FACT BOOK

NAIA Honorable Mention All-American Dana Hemmingsen leads Park into the 2012 season.

A

s the Park University women’s soccer team starts its American Midwest Conference regular season title defense Saturday, it will rely heavily on its veteran lineup according to head coach Ken Hefner. “Like everyone else we have high hopes for this team,” Hefner said. “The immediate challenge is to understand each other and fit the pieces together, but we have put the preseason to good use. It has given us the ability to raise our fitness level, our technical level, and more importantly the relationship of players on the field.” Hefner enters his eighth season at the helm of the Pirates with eight starters of the 12 returning players from a year ago, one which saw Park finish 11-8 overall (8-2 AMC) earning the No. 1 seed in the AMC Tournament, where it fell in extra time to Hannibal-LaGrange in the championship match. Dana Hemmingsen, the Pirates’ leading scorer from last season (18 goals, nine assists), returns to the lineup for her senior campaign after being named an NAIA Honorable Mention All-American and AMC First-Team All-Conference selection in 2011. She finished the season as the second-leading scorer in the AMC. “Dana is a talented attacking player with and array of combination and finishing skills,” Hefner added. “She has prepared herself for this year and is leading the team in attacking opportunities in training so far.” Three other AMC First-Team honorees are back for 2012 in seniors Nichole Hemmingsen (one goal, two assists), Juneille Watkins (six goals, 10 assists), and Melanie Brewer (19 starts). Brewer will anchor the Park defense along with junior Cara Lightle, an honorable mention all-conference selection in 2011, sophomore Christina Harold, and senior J’Vonelle Simpson. The four combined to start 73 games on the back line last season. “All five seniors are stepping up and providing leadership,” Hefner said. “They know the aches and pains we have put ourselves

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through the last couple of years and want to get rid of that label of ‘almost’. We have been on the very edge for the last three years and it is time for us to break through this barrier.” A pair of goalkeepers in senior Ellen Ghirardi (0.91 goals against average) and sophomore Alisha Hoskins (1.78 GAA) are back between the posts for Park. The duo backstopped the Pirates to fiveconsecutive shutouts last season heading into the AMC championship match with HLG. Park faces a challenging schedule from the opening match as it takes on three opponents that reached the NAIA National Tournament last season (Graceland, Baker, Hannibal-LaGrange). Both Graceland and Baker open the season ranked in the top 20 of the NAIA Preseason poll. “The non-conference portion of our schedule is brutal and every game is a challenge,” Hefner said. “These games will make us grow up quickly, but more importantly we must embrace the challenges and fight through each game. With a larger conference schedule, there are more chances for mistakes so we must take each of these games one at a time and be the conference leader in soccer.”


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Park (Mo.)

2011 Season Stats NAIA Women`s Soccer - 2011 Player Stats No Player

Pts

G/SH

SH

SOG

SOG/SH

YC

RC

GWG

PKM

PKA

1 Ghirardi, Ellen

GP 18

GS G A 14

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

2 Erickson, Alexandria

19

13

3

4

10

0.273

11

6

0.545

0

0

0

0

0

3 Shepard, Chelsie

18

16

3

5

11

0.103

29

15

0.517

0

0

0

0

0

4 Lightle, Cara

19

19

1

2

4

0.125

8

2

0.250

1

0

0

0

0

5 Hemmingsen, Nichole

13

10

1

2

4

0.059

17

9

0.529

0

0

0

0

0

7 Briscoe, Shnell

17

3

4

1

9

0.267

15

11

0.733

1

0

0

0

0

8 Gedei, Nori

19

19

7 11

25

0.226

31

19

0.613

0

0

3

0

0 0

9 Hemmingsen, Dana

19

19 18

9

45

0.286

63

35

0.556

0

0

2

0

10 Watkins, Juneille

19

18

6 10

22

0.162

37

18

0.486

2

0

1

0

0

11 Harold, Christina

19

19

0

0

0

0.000

2

1

0.500

2

0

0

0

0

13 Brewer, Melanie

0

19

19

0

0

0

0.000

1

1

1.000

0

0

0

0

14 Collen, Anja

4

0

0

0

0

0.000

1

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

16 Soderlund, Emma

9

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

0.000

11

3

0.273

2

1

0

0

0

0.123 106

45

0.425

1

0

5

0

0

17 Simpson, J'Vonelle

17

16

0

3

3

19 Maxwell, Ashley

19

19 13

9

35

23 Hoskins, Alisha

13

0

0

0

0

0.000

0

0

0

0

0

Totals

19

58 56 172

0.174 334

167

0.500

9

1

11

0

0

Opponent

19

24 16

0.146 164

89

0.543

6

0

8

1

2

Goalie Stats No

1

Player

Ghirardi, Ellen

23 Hoskins, Alisha

5

0

64

0.000

GP

GS

Min

GA

GAAvg

SV

Pct

W

L

T

SHO

18

15

1083:25

11

0.910

39

0.780

8

3

0

3.000 0.000

13

5

656:26

13

1.780

24

0.649

3

4

0

Totals

37

20

1739:51

24

1.260

65

0.730

11

7

0

3.000

Opponent

24

18

1651:12

58

3.050

106

0.646

8

10

0

3.000

Corner Kicks By Period 1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Park (Mo.)

34

56

0

0

Opponent

42

25

0

0

Fouls By Period

1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Shots By Period

1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Park (Mo.)

158

177

3

1

Opponent

77

85

4

2

Saves By Period

1st

2nd

OT1

OT2

OT3

Park (Mo.)

88

85

4

0

Park (Mo.)

31

36

1

0

Opponent

66

75

3

0

Opponent

48

61

1

0

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Park Women’s Soccer History & Records HEAD COACHING RECORDS COACH YEARS Ben Popoola 1988-1995 Matt Clark 1996-1997 Jamie Hemingway 1998-2000 Scott Bowen 2001-2004 Wes Wade 2004 Ken Hefner 2005-2011 ALL SEASONS 1988-2011

W-L-T 130-28-3 34-13-1 33-23-3 49-15-2 12-4-0 83-41-11 341-124-20

1988 • BEN POPOOLA (9-5-0) Game-by –game results unavailable 1989 • BEN POPOOLA (10-6-0) Game-by –game results unavailable 1990 • BEN POPOOLA (16-3-1) Game-by –game results unavailable 1991 • BEN POPOOLA (17-2-1) Game-by –game results unavailable 1992 • BEN POPOOLA (14-4-0) Game-by –game results unavailable 1993 • BEN POPOOLA (17-2-0) Game-by –game results unavailable 1994 • BEN POPOOLA (25-4-0) * Opponent McKendree Nebraska Drury Newman Friends William Woods Benedictine Westmar Missouri Baptist Oklahoma Christian Missouri Valley Baker Rockhurst Oklahoma City William Carey Truman State Southern Nazarene Huntingdon Lindenwood Avila Friends Saint Scholastica Lindenwood Berry * Lindenwood * Westmont * Lynn *

Score W, 5-1 L, 1-4 W, 4-0 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 W, 4-0 W, 6-0 W, 5-0 W, 6-0 W, 11-1 W, 1-0 (f) W, 4-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 6-0 W, 5-0 W, 8-1 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 W, 6-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-3

2012 Park University Women's Soccer

PCT .817 .719 .585 .758 .750 .656 .724

1995 • BEN POPOOLA (22-2-1) Opponent McKendree Newman Benedictine Midway Rockhurst Oklahoma Christian Truman State Friends Westmar Oklahoma City Incarnate Word William Woods Baker Missouri Baptist Lindenwood Huntington Avila Southern Nazarene Harris-Stowe State Saint Mary (Neb.) Missouri Baptist Lindenwood Benedictine Rockhurst Lindenwood 1996 • MATT CLARK (16-7-1) * Date Opponent Sept. 2 Newman Sept. 4 Truman State Sept. 6 Oklahoma City Sept. 7 Southern Nazarene Sept. 10 Saint Mary (Neb.) Sept. 13 Westmar Sept. 21 Lindsey Wilson Sept. 25 Baker Sept. 28 McKendree Sept. 29 Central Missouri Oct. 2 William Woods Oct. 5 Lindenwood Oct. 8 Benedictine Oct. 10 Harris-Stowe State Oct. 12 Missouri Baptist Oct. 15 Friends Oct. 26 Incarnate Word Oct. 29 Rockhurst Nov. 7 McKendree Nov. 9 Missouri Baptist Nov. 14 Lindenwood Nov. 16 Rockhurst Nov. 21 Findlay * Nov. 22 Brewton-Parker *

Score W, 12-0 W, 3-0 W, 7-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 W, 5-1 W, 8-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-4 W, 2-0 W, 10-0 T, 0-0 W, 7-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-3

Score W, 7-0 T, 4-4 W, 2-1 L, 0-6 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 3-0 L, 3-5 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 W, 7-0 W, 4-0 W, 9-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 10-0 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-4 L, 0-4


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records 1997 • MATT CLARK (18-6-0) Date Opponent Aug. 30 Berry Aug. 31 Lindsey Wilson Sept. 5 McKendree Sept. 7 Saint Scholastica Sept. 13 Wisconsin Lutheran Sept. 14 Central Missouri Sept. 17 Rockhurst Sept. 21 Lindenwood Sept. 26 William Woods Sept. 27 Harris-Stowe State Oct. 1 Saint Mary (Neb.) Oct. 4 Bellevue Oct. 7 Oklahoma City Oct. 11 Westmar Oct. 14 Missouri Baptist Oct. 16 Benedictine Oct. 19 Truman State Oct. 22 Baker Oct. 24 Friends Nov. 1 Nebraska Wesleyan Nov. 5 William Woods Nov. 7 Missouri Baptist Nov. 10 Benedictine Nov. 12 Rockhurst 1998 • JAMIE HEMINGWAY (16-6-2) Date Opponent Sept. 4 Southern Nazarene Sept. 7 Saint Mary (Neb.) Sept. 9 Baker Sept. 12 Saint Ambrose Sept. 16 Lindenwood Sept. 19 Dordt Sept. 20 Briar Cliff Sept. 22 Rockhurst Sept. 26 Saint Cloud State Sept. 27 Saint Scholastica Oct. 3 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 4 McKendree Oct. 6 Oklahoma City Oct. 10 Missouri Baptist Oct. 15 Benedictine Oct. 17 Harris-Stowe State Oct. 20 Central Missouri Oct. 25 Nebraska Wesleyan Oct. 27 Graceland Oct. 30 William Woods Nov. 5 McKendree Nov. 7 William Woods Nov. 12 Benedictine Nov. 14 Lindenwood

Score W, 3-0 W, 4-2 W, 9-0 W, 6-0 W, 8-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-2 W, 3-1 W, 5-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 5-1 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-1

Score L, 1-2 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 2-4 T, 1-1 W, 6-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 9-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-3

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1999 • JAMIE HEMINGWAY (7-12-0) Date Opponent Sept. 3 Graceland Sept. 4 Baker Sept. 7 Benedictine Sept. 11 Nebraska Wesleyan Sept. 12 Saint Mary (Neb.) Sept. 19 Rockhurst Sept. 25 Southern Nazarene Oct. 3 McKendree Oct. 6 Missouri Baptist Oct. 10 Harris-Stowe State Oct. 12 William Woods Oct. 16 National American Oct. 17 Lindenwood Oct. 23 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 24 Briar Cliff Oct. 27 Northwest Missouri St. Nov. 1 McKendree Nov. 3 William Woods 2000 • JAMIE HEMINGWAY (11-5-1) Date Opponent Sept. 1 Bemidji State Sept. 2 Saint Scholastica Sept. 7 Bethany Sept. 9 Avila Sept. 14 Rockhurst Sept. 16 Missouri Baptist Sept. 21 Benedictine Sept. 24 Baker Sept. 26 Missouri Southern Oct. 1 McKendree Oct. 4 William Woods Oct. 7 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 13 Lindenwood Oct. 15 National American Oct. 21 Harris-Stowe State Nov. 11 Lindenwood

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

Score W, 5-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 T, 2-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L. 0-1 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 3-0


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records 2001 • SCOTT BOWEN (15-3-0) Date Opponent Aug. 31 National American Sept. 1 Concordia (Neb.) Sept. 5 Baker Sept. 8 Bethany Sept. 15 Doane Sept. 16 Hastings Sept. 20 Avila Sept. 22 Bellevue Sept. 29 William Jewell Oct. 6 William Woods Oct. 7 McKendree Oct. 11 Lindsey Wilson Oct. 14 Saint Mary (Neb.) Oct. 17 Lindenwood Oct. 20 Rockhurst Oct. 21 Newman Nov. 7 William Woods Nov. 9 Lindenwood

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

2002 • SCOTT BOWEN (18-4-1) * Date Opponent Sept. 1 Hastings Sept. 6 Tabor Sept. 7 Concordia (Neb.) Sept. 10 Benedictine Sept. 13 Lindsey Wilson Sept. 14 Berry Sept. 17 Baker Sept. 21 York Sept. 24 William Jewell Sept. 28 Saint Mary (Neb.) Oct. 1 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 9 Bellevue Oct. 16 Lindenwood Oct. 20 Newman Oct. 22 William Woods Oct. 24 Graceland Oct. 26 Central Christian Nov. 7 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 8 Newman Nov. 15 Hastings Nov. 16 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 22 Siena Heights * Nov. 23 Union (Ky.) *

Score W, 5-1 W, 7-0 W, 13-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-4 T, 0-0 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 (f) W, 4-0 W, 4-2 L, 1-2 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 8-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 T, 1-1 (4-2) L, 2-4

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2003 • SCOTT BOWEN (15-5-1) * Date Opponent Aug. 29 Missouri Baptist Aug. 30 Lindsey Wilson Sept. 1 Graceland Sept. 4 William Jewell Sept. 6 Hastings Sept. 20 Central Christian Sept. 23 Benedictine Sept. 28 Bellevue Oct. 1 Newman Oct. 4 York Oct. 9 Morningside Oct. 12 Saint Mary (Neb.) Oct. 18 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 22 Baker Oct. 25 Lindenwood Nov. 6 Bellevue Nov. 7 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 11 Ottawa Nov. 14 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 15 Hastings Nov. 19 Robert Morris (Ill.) *

Score W, 2-1 L, 0-7 L, 2-8 L, 0-6 L, 0-4 W, 10-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 8-0 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 W, 5-1 W, 3-2 T, 1-1 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 0-6

2004 • WES WADE (13-7-0) * Date Opponent Aug. 28 John Brown Sept. 1 Graceland Sept. 4 Doane Sept. 11 Lindenwood Sept. 16 Benedictine Sept. 19 Saint Mary (Neb.) Sept. 22 Central Christian Sept. 26 Bellevue Oct. 1 William Jewell Oct. 5 Newman Oct. 8 Morningside Oct. 12 York Oct. 14 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 23 Baker Oct. 29 Newman Oct. 30 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 6 Hastings Nov. 9 Ottawa Nov. 10 Dordt Nov. 18 Bethel (Ind.) *

Score L, 1-2 L, 0-8 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 W, 3-2 W, 9-1 L, 1-6 W, 3-1 W, 5-1 W, 12-0 W, 18-1 W, 6-2 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 5-0 L, 1-2


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records 2005 • KEN HEFNER (8-9-3) * Date Opponent Aug. 27 Hastings Aug. 30 Baker Sept. 2 Morningside Sept. 6 Doane Sept. 8 Saint Mary (Neb.) Sept. 10 Northwestern (Iowa) Sept. 14 William Jewell Sept. 20 Northwestern Okla. St. Sept. 24 John Brown Sept. 28 Newman Sept. 30 Bellevue Oct. 1 York Oct. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 8 Central Christian Oct. 12 Benedictine Oct. 21 Missouri Western Oct. 28 Bellevue Nov. 2 Kansas Wesleyan Nov. 5 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 16 Indiana Wesleyan * 2006 • KEN HEFNER (16-5-0) * Date Opponent Aug. 26 Northwestern (Iowa) Aug. 29 MidAmerica Nazarene Sept. 2 Avila Sept. 6 Baker Sept. 9 Hastings Sept. 13 William Jewell Sept. 20 Benedictine Sept. 27 Central Christian Sept. 30 Saint Mary (Neb.) Oct. 4 Missouri Baptist Oct. 7 Ottawa Oct. 11 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 14 Newman Oct. 17 York Oct. 19 Bellevue Oct. 27 Central Christian Oct. 28 Bellevue Nov. 3 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 4 Kansas Wesleyan Nov. 15 Coll. of the Southwest * Nov. 16 Houghton *

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

Score W, 4-0 W, 7-1 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 7-0 W, 9-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-2

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2007 • KEN HEFNER (12-5-2) Date Opponent Sept. 1 John Brown Sept. 5 Baker Sept. 8 Missouri Western Sept. 12 William Jewell Sept. 15 Hastings Sept. 19 Benedictine Sept. 22 Graceland Sept. 25 MidAmerica Nazarene Sept. 29 Oklahoma Christian Oct. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 6 Sterling Oct. 10 Central Christian Oct. 16 York Oct. 20 Bellevue Oct. 22 Saint Mary (Neb.) Oct. 26 Central Christian Oct. 27 Bellevue Nov. 2 Bellevue Nov. 3 Kansas Wesleyan

Score W, 5-4 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 T, 1-1 W, 2-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 T, 1-1 W, 7-0 W, 6-0 W, 8-0 W, 11-0 W, 4-2 L, 2-3 W, 5-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-0 L, 0-3

2008 • KEN HEFNER (14-2-3) * Date Opponent Aug. 29 John Brown Aug. 30 Bethel (Tenn.) Sept. 6 Oklahoma Christian Sept. 10 William Jewell Sept. 17 Benedictine Sept. 22 Graceland Sept. 26 North Dakota Sept. 28 South Dakota Oct. 1 Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 4 York Oct. 11 Bellevue Oct. 18 Oklahoma Wesleyan Oct. 25 Central Christian Oct. 29 MidAmerica Nazarene Nov. 1 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 7 Saint Mary (Neb.) Nov. 8 Bellevue Nov. 22 Dordt * Dec. 1 Lee *

Score W, 1-0 T, 2-2 T, 2-2 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 7-0 W, 3-0 W, 7-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 0-4


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records 2009 • KEN HEFNER (10-7-1) Date Opponent Aug. 29 Avila Sept. 9 William Jewell Sept. 12 John Brown Sept. 16 Benedictine Sept. 19 William Woods Sept. 22 Graceland Sept. 30 McKendree Oct. 3 Harris-Stowe Oct. 7 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 10 Missouri Baptist Oct. 13 Baker Oct. 17 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 19 Harris-Stowe Oct. 24 McKendree Oct. 28 William Woods Nov. 3 Missouri Baptist Nov. 6 Harris-Stowe Nov. 9 Missouri Baptist

Score W, 7-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 T, 0-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 W, 19-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 W, 10-0 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 W, 14-0 L, 1-3

2010 • KEN HEFNER (12-5-2) Date Opponent Aug. 21 Sioux Falls Aug. 31 MidAmerica Nazarene Sept. 3 Midland Lutheran Sept. 12 William Jewell Sept. 15 Benedictine Sept. 18 McKendree Sept. 22 Graceland Sept. 25 Hannibal-LaGrange Sept. 29 McKendree Oct. 2 Harris-Stowe Oct. 6 William Woods Oct. 9 Missouri Baptist Oct. 12 Baker Oct. 16 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 20 Harris-Stowe Oct. 23 William Woods Oct. 30 Missouri Baptist Nov. 8 Missouri Baptist Nov. 11 McKendree

Score W, 6-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 T, 1-1 W, 4-0 W, 14-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 T, 2-2

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2011 • KEN HEFNER (11-8-0) Date Opponent Aug. 27 Benedictine-Springfield Aug. 30 MidAmerica Nazarene Sept. 2 Baker Sept. 7 Benedictine Sept. 10 Benedictine-Springfield Sept. 17 Missouri Valley Sept. 20 Graceland Sept. 24 Hannibal-LaGrange Sept. 28 William Woods Oct. 1 Missouri Baptist Oct. 5 Lindenwood Oct. 10 Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 15 Hannibal-LaGrange Oct. 19 William Woods Oct. 22 Harris-Stowe Oct. 29 Harris-Stowe Nov. 1 Missouri Baptist Nov. 7 Missouri Baptist Nov. 10 Hannibal-LaGrange

Score W, 6-0 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 9-0 W, 4-1 L, 0-4 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 5-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-4 L, 0-1 W, 3-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-2

* Denotes NAIA National Tournament Appearance. Due to incomplete records of seasons from 1988-1993, game scores are unavailable. If you can provide information that will help complete our records, please contact Steve Wilson, SID at (816) 584-6490, or swilson@park.edu.


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Opponent W-L-T Pct Avila 6-0-0 1.000 Baker 10-6-1 .617 Bellevue 11-2-2 .800 Bemidji State 1-0-0 1.000 Benedictine 13-6-1 .650 Benedictine-Springfield 2-0-0 1.000 Berry 2-0-1 .833 Bethany 2-0-0 1.000 Bethel (Tenn.) 0-1-1 .333 Brewton-Parker 0-1-0 .000 Briar Cliff 1-0-1 .750 Central Christian 9-0-0 1.000 Central Missouri 3-0-0 1.000 College of the Southwest 1-0-0 1.000 Concordia (Neb.) 2-0-0 1.000 Doane 2-1-0 .667 Dordt 2-0-1 .833 Drury 1-0-0 1.000 Findlay 0-1-0 .000 Friends 5-0-0 1.000 Graceland 3-7-0 .300 Hannibal-LaGrange 7-3-0 .700 Harris-Stowe 12-1-0 .923 Hastings 5-2-1 .688 Houghton 0-1-0 .000 Huntingdon 1-0-0 1.000 Huntington 1-0-0 1.000 Incarnate Word 2-0-0 1.000 Indiana Wesleyan 0-1-0 .000 John Brown 3-2-0 .600 Kansas Wesleyan 3-2-0 .600 Lee 0-1-0 .000 Lindenwood 7-13-1 .357 Lindsey Wilson 3-2-0 .600 Lynn 0-1-0 .000 McKendree 10-5-1 .656 MidAmerica Nazarene 5-0-0 1.000 Midway 1-0-0 1.000 Missouri Baptist 15-4-0 .789 Missouri Southern 0-1-0 .000 Missouri Valley 2-0-0 1.000 Missouri Western 1-1-0 .500 Morningside 2-1-0 .667 National American 2-1-0 .667 Nebraska 0-1-0 .000 Nebraska Wesleyan 1-2-0 .333 Newman 8-2-1 .873 North Dakota 1-0-0 1.000 Northwest Missouri State 0-1-0 .000 Northwestern (Iowa) 2-0-0 1.000 Northwestern Oklahoma St. 0-1-0 .000 Oklahoma Christian 2-0-2 .750 Oklahoma City 2-3-0 .400 Oklahoma Wesleyan 7-0-0 1.000 Ottawa 3-0-0 1.000 Robert Morris-Chicago 0-1-0 .000 Rockhurst 6-5-0 .545

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Last Result W, 7-0 (2009) L, 3-4 (2011) W, 2-1 (2008) W, 5-0 (2000) L, 0-3 (2011) W, 9-0 (2011) T, 0-0 (2002) W, 3-0 (2000) T, 2-2 (2008) L, 0-4 (1996) W, 4-1 (1999) W, 3-1 (2008) W, 1-0 (1998) W, 2-0 (2006) W, 13-0 (2002) W, 2-1 (2005) T, 1-1 (2008) W, 4-0 (1994) L, 1-4 (1996) W, 5-1 (1997) L, 0-4 (2011) L, 1-2 (2011) W, 5-0 (2011) T, 1-1 (2007) L, 1-2 (2006) W, 4-0 (1994) W, 2-0 (1995) W, 3-0 (1996) L, 1-2 (2005) W, 2-0 (2009) L, 1-4 (2011) L, 0-4 (2008) L, 0-2 (2011) L, 0-7 (2003) L, 1-3 (1994) T, 2-2 (2010) W, 3-2 (2011) W, 1-0 (1995) W, 3-0 (2011) L, 1-3 (2000) W, 4-1 (2011) W, 2-1 (2007) L, 1-2 (2005) W, 3-1 (2001) L, 1-4 (1994) L, 0-1 (1999) W, 2-0 (2006) W, 1-0 (2008) L, 0-3 (1999) W, 4-0 (2006) L, 1-3 (2005) T, 2-2 (2008) L, 2-3 (1998) W, 7-0 (2008) W, 7-0 (2006) L, 0-6 (2003) W, 2-1 (2001)

Opponent Saint Ambrose Saint Cloud State Saint Mary (Neb.) Saint Scholastica Siena Heights South Dakota Southern Nazarene Sterling Tabor Truman State Union (Ky.) Westmar Westmont William Carey William Jewell William Woods Wisconsin Lutheran York

W-L-T 1-0-0 0-0-1 16-5-0 4-0-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 1-3-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-0-1 0-1-0 4-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-6-0 14-3-0 1-0-0 7-0-0

Pct 1.000 .500 .762 1.000 .500 1.000 .300 1.000 1.000 .875 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .823 1.000 1.000

Last Result W, 2-1 (1998) T, 1-1 (1998) W, 3-1 (2008) W, 7-0 (2000) T, 1-1 (2002) W, 3-1 (2008) L, 2-3 (1999) W, 6-0 (2007) W, 7-0 (2002) W, 2-1 (1997) L, 2-4 (2002) W, 2-1 (1997) W, 2-1 (1994) W, 4-0 (1994) L, 2-3 (2010) W, 3-0 (2011) W, 8-0 (1997) W, 7-0 (2008)


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON OFFENSE GOALS 42, Leah Snider (1993) 33, Maria Ruiz (2004) 28, Maria Ruiz (2007) 26, Maria Ruiz (2005) 26, Julia Eshikumo (2003) 24, Pam Bezrah (2002) 22, Ashley Maxwell (2010) 22, Maria Ruiz (2006) 19, Pam Bedzrah (2003) 19, Pam Bedzrah (2001) ASSISTS 15, Leah Snider (1993) 14, Natalie Parker (2007) 13, Maria Ruiz (2006) 13, Julia Eshikumo (2004) 12, Dena Pires (2005) 12, Maria Ruiz (2004) 11, Nori Gedei (2011) 11, Jennifer Greco (2002) 10, Juneille Watkins (2011) 10, Pam Bedzrah (2002) POINTS 99, Leah Snider (1993) 78, Maria Ruiz (2004) 60, Julia Eshikumo (2003) 65, Maria Ruiz (2007) 58, Pam Bedzrah (2002) 57, Maria Ruiz (2006) 56, Maria Ruiz (2005) 50, Ashley Maxwell (2010) 47, Pam Bedzrah (2003) 45, Dana Hemmingsen (2011) INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON DEFENSE SHUTOUTS 16, April Felker (1995) 16, April Felker (1994) 13, April Felker (1993) 13, Jenni Visala (2002) 13, April Felker (1992) 13, Brandi Probst (1991) 12, Megan Newland (2006) 11, Monika Stoiber (2009) 9, Jenni Visala (2001) 5, Megan Newland (2008) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 800 minutes) 0.51, Megan Newland (2006) 0.54, Monika Stoiber (2009) 0.54, Megan Newland (2008) 0.78, Jenni Visala (2001) 0.80, Jenni Visala (2000) 0.81, Megan Newland (2007) 0.91, Ellen Ghirardi (2011) 0.95, Jenni Visala (2002) 1.16, Monika Stoiber (2008) 1.27, Monika Stoiber (2010)

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FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (Min. 800 minutes) 5, Megan Newland (2008) 8, Megan Newland (2007) 8, Jenni Visala (2000) 8, Rachelle Ingram (1998) 10, Monika Stoiber (2009) 10, Megan Newland (2006) 11, Ellen Ghirardi (2011) 12, Monika Stoiber (2008) 14, Jenni Visala (2001) 15, Monika Stoiber (2010) SAVES 189, Bridget Duhme (2003) 132, Jenni Visala (2002) 102, Jade Holcomb (2004) 88, Michelle Egler (2005) 86, Megan Newland (2006) 60, Monika Stoiber (2009) 60, Jenni Visala (2001) 46, Jenni Visala (2000) 42, Megan Newland (2007) 39, Ellen Ghirardi (2011) INDIVIDUAL CAREER OFFENSE GOALS 119, Leah Snider (1992-1995) 109, Maria Ruiz (2004-2007) 93, Shaun Riggins (1993-1996) 80, Jaime Luce (1993-1995, 1998) 71, Pam Bedzrah (2000-2003) ASSISTS 68, Shaun Riggins (1993-1996) 57, Leah Snider (1992-1995) 50, Jamie Luce (1993-1995, 1998) 46, Leire Arruabarrena (1994-1997) 34, Maria Ruiz (2004-2007) POINTS 295, Leah Snider (1992-1995) 256, Maria Ruiz (2004-2007) 254, Shaun Riggins (1993-1996) 210, Jamie Luce (1993-1995, 1998) 170, Pam Bedzrah (2000-2003) INDIVIDUAL CAREER DEFENSE SHUTOUTS 58, April Felker (1992-1995) 27, Jenni Visala (2000-2002) 21, Megan Newland (2006-2008) 15, Monika Stoiber (2007-2010) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Min. 1500 minutes) 0.55, April Felker (1992-1995) 0.60, Megan Newland (2006-2008) 0.88, Jenni Visala (2000-2002) 0.89, Ellen Ghirardi (2010-2011) 1.05, Monika Stoiber (2007-2010) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (Min. 20 games played) 18, Ellen Ghirardi (2010-2011) 23, Megan Newland (2006-2008) 43, Jenni Visala (2000-2002) 48, April Felker (1992-1995) 53, Monika Stoiber (2007-2010)


Park Women’s Soccer History & Records MINUTES 7854, April Felker (1992-1995) 4566, Monika Stoiber (2007-2010) 4422, Jenni Visala (2000-2003) 3443, Megan Newland (2006-2008) 2501, Bridget Duhme (2000-2003) SAVES 238, Jenni Visala (2000-2002) 209, Bridget Duhme (2000-2003) 161, Monika Stoiber (2007-2010) 156, Megan Newland (2006-2008) 102, Jade Holcomb (2004) SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS GOALS 120 (1994) 86 (1995) 78 (2004) 77 (1996) 68 (2007) 63 (2009) 62 (2003) 61 (1998) 60 (2010) 60 (1997) SHUTOUTS 18 (1994) 18 (1995) 14 (2002) 13 (2006) 12 (1997) 11 (2009) 11 (1996) 10 (1998) 10 (2001) 9 (2011) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 10 (2009) 10 (2006) 12 (1995) 14 (2001) 14 (2000) 17 (2008) 17 (1997) 19 (1994) 21 (2002) 22 (2010) 22 (1998) WINNING STREAK (GAMES) 14 (1995) 11 (2008) 11 (1994) 10 (2004) 9 (2006) 9 (2003) 9 (1997) 8 (2001) 8 (1994) 7 (2002)

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UNBEATEN STREAK (GAMES) 15 (2003) 14 (1995) 12 (2010-2011) 12 (2008) 11 (1994) 10 (2004) 9 (2006) 9 (1995) 8 (2002) 8 (2001) 8 (1994) MOST GOALS IN A GAME 19 vs. Harris-Stowe (2009) 18 vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2004) 18 vs. Central Methodist (1993) 14 vs. Harris-Stowe (2010) 14 vs. Harris-Stowe (2009) 13 vs. Concordia (Neb.) (2002) 12 vs. York (2004) 12 vs. McKendree (1995) 11 vs. York (2007) 10 vs. Harris-Stowe (2009) 10 vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2005) 10 vs. Central Christian (2003) 10 vs. McKendree (1996) 10 vs. Avila (1995)


2012 PARK UNIVERSITY SOCCER SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT WOMEN’S GAME AUG. 25 MIDAMERICA NAZARENE - AUG. 28 UNIV. OF SAINT MARY - SEPT. 1 BENEDICTINE 5 P.M. SEPT. 5 MIDAMERICA NAZARENE 6 P.M. SEPT. 8 FRIENDS NOON SEPT. 12 BAKER 5 P.M. SEPT. 15 MISSOURI VALLEY 11 A.M. SEPT. 19 GRACELAND 5 P.M. SEPT. 22 LYON NOON SEPT. 25 CENTRAL METHODIST 5 P.M. SEPT. 29 STEPHENS 1 P.M. OCT. 3 AVILA 5 P.M. OCT. 6 HARRIS-STOWE NOON OCT. 9 WILLIAMS BAPTIST - OCT. 13 MISSOURI BAPTIST 6 P.M. OCT. 17 HANNIBAL-LAGRANGE 3 P.M. OCT. 20 BENEDICTINE-SPRINGFIELD 1 P.M. OCT. 26 COLUMBIA 5 P.M.

MEN’S GAME NOON 3 P.M. 2 P.M. 7:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 7 P.M. 2 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 P.M. 2 P.M. NOON 8 P.M. 1 P.M. 3 P.M. 7 P.M.

AMC MEN’S SOCCER TOURNAMENT: NOV. 3, 6, 9 AT CAMPUS SITES AMC WOMEN’S SOCCER TOURNAMENT: NOV. 2, 5, 8 AT CAMPUS SITES HOME GAMES IN YELLOW AT JULIAN FIELD. DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE


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