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Francis Marion University 2011 Women’s Soccer TABLE OF CONTENTS

FAST FMU FACTS Location ...................................... Florence, SC 29502-0547 Address ..................................................... PO Box 100547 Founded ...................................................................... 1970 Enrollment.................................................................. 4,032 President .................................................... Dr. Fred Carter Athletic Affiliation ....................................... NCAA Division I Conference Affiliation ........................................ Independent Nickname ............................................................... Patriots Colors ...................................................... Red, White, Blue Home Field ............................ FMU Soccer Field (cap. 300) Athletic Director ......................................... Murray Hartzler Athletic Trainers .......................... Spyder Webb, Joe Cauble Trainer Intern.............................................. Leslie Atwood Compliance Officer ......................................... Jason Orning Senior Women’s Administrator......................Teresa Ramey Faculty Athletic Representative .................. Dr. Allen Clabo Athletic Office Phone (843) 661-1240......Fax (843) 661-4645 Head Women’s Soccer Coach........................ Joel Person Office Telephone ................................... (843) 661-1244 E-mail Address ............................ jperson@fmarion.edu Assistant Coach..................................... Shomit Mukherjee Office Telephone.........................................(843) 661-1245 E-mail Address...................... smukherjee@fmarion.edu

Quick Facts 1 Coaching Staff 2-3 NCAA Division I 3 2011 Roster and Team Photogrpah 4 2011 Season Schedule 5 2011 Season Outlook 6 Player Profiles 7-13 2010 Team Stats and Results 14 Patriots in the Pros 15 All-Times Series Records 16 All-Time FMU Results 17-20 FMU Soccer Firsts 21 FMU Team MVPs 21 FMU Honors 22 FMU Soccer Field 23 2004 Peach Belt Conference championship 23 FMU Records 24

Sports Information Director ................. Michael G. Hawkins Telephone Office (843) 661-1222 Home (843) 665-9248 SID Intern............................................... Blake Bloodworth Sports Information FAX Number ................. (843) 661-4645 SID E-Mail Address ...................... mhawkins@fmarion.edu University Website Address.......................www.fmarion.edu

FMU is named in honor of South Carolina’s Revolutionary War hero, General Francis Marion, who was nicknamed the “Swamp Fox,” for using the terrain to out-fox the British. Located about seven miles east of Florence, in the beautiful northeast section of South Carolina, the 400-acre campus is about 90 miles from the state capital of Columbia, 60 miles from the shores of Myrtle Beach, and 180 miles from the mountains of the Carolinas.

Francis Marion University placed a 82 student athletes, including 15 women’s soccer players, on last year’s Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll (minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale during the academic year), nearly half of all our student athletes. Last year, 17 of 21 players from the women’s soccer team were named to the Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll. FMU earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award for 2008-09, 2007-08, 2006-07, 2005-06, 2004-05, and 2003-04.

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Francis Marion University 2011 Head Coach Joel Person - FMU Women’s Soccer Coach Joel Person enters his third season as head coach for women's soccer and fourth year at the university. He served as the men's assistant soccer coach for 2008 prior to taking over the reigns of the women's program in 2009. Person guided the Patriot Women to a 3-13-2 mark in 2010, with five of the losses coming by one goal. In his initial season, Person directed FMU to a 3-12-1 record, with the Patriots suffering three one-goal losses, but winning two of their final three matches. Person's 2009 squad earned a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award, the sixth time in seven seasons Francis Marion has garnered such national academic recognition. Person is the third head coach in the program's 16-year history, and the Patriot women own an all-time record of 171-104-14 mark, including 12 seasons of double-figure wins and an imposing 98-24-7 home record. The Patriots lose only four seniors off last fall's roster and Person welcomes 12 newcomers to Florence for the 2011 season. One former Patriot who played under Person, Angela Salem, is in her season season in the WPL (2011 with the Atlanta Beat, 2010 with league champion Sky Blue FC). FMU is entering its fourth year as a full-fledged NCAA Division I member. With Person serving as assistant coach in 2008, the FMU men recorded a 14-5-3 record, won both the Peach Belt Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and earned an invitation to the NCAA Tournament, where the Patriots advanced to the second round. Prior to joining the FMU staff in 2008, Person served one season as an assistant women's coach at the University of Mobile. He also worked for two years as a state coach with the Alabama Youth Soccer Association Olympic Development Program. He owns the United States Soccer Federation National B License and the USSF National Youth License. Person was director of coaching with the Mobile Soccer Club in 2006-07, was the head boys' varsity coach at the UMS-Wright Preparatory School in Mobile for three seasons with a 41-16-4 record and three playoff appearances, and assisted with the University of Mobile men's program from 2002 to 2006. That final stint included the Rams' 2002 NAIA national championship season. A native of Fairbanks, Alaska, he earned the B.A. degree in history and religion (magna cum laude) from Mobile in 2002. He played four seasons for the Rams, while the program made three NAIA Final Four appearances during his career. He also played several seasons in the USL Premier Development League. Person is also the director of coaching for the Florence Soccer Association.

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- Joel the Person Birthdate: June 1, 1979 Hometown: Fairbanks, Alaska College: Universoty of Mobile, 2002 (B.A. in history and religion - magna cum laude) College Coaching Experience: men’s assistant at Francis Marion University (2008), women’s assistant at University of Mobile (2007-08), men’s assistant at University of Mobile (2002-06); women’s head coach at Francis Marion University 2009-present.


Francis Marion University 2011 Women’s Soccer Shomit Mukherjee - Assistant Coach Mukherjee joined the Francis Marion coaching staff in the spring of 2011. He holds a USSF National "C" License and the USYS National Youth License. He was an All-District, All-Region, and All-State selection at Osbourn High School in Manassas, Va., prior to playing collegiately at High Point University. While at High Point, he began his coaching career with Kernersville Soccer Association (KSA). His U-14G Kernersville Lady Sting won the 2002 North Carolina Youth Soccer Association (NCYSA) State Cup Championship, finishing the fall 2001/spring 2002 season with an overall outdoor record of 20-0-5, and also won a league championship in the Triad Challenge League (TCL). After graduating from High Point with a B.S degree in sports management and a minor in business administration, Mukherjee returned to his home state of Virginia and won six more league championships coaching girls’ teams in the highly competitive Washington Area Girls Soccer (WAGS) league and in the Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL). In addition to his seven league titles, Mukherjee's youth teams have also recorded four league runner-up finishes. His five league championships in the WAGS and ODSL leagues in 20072008 were the most titles of any coach in those two leagues during that span. His seven league championship teams posted an overall combined record of 54-4-13, with all four losses coming by one goal. In spring 2007, he was named the Director of the Arlington Soccer Plus program, a program that combines afterschool tutoring with soccer instruction for youths across Arlington County. The program is currently in the process of expanding to other schools in Arlington County. Mukherjee is married with one daughter.

NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Independents Francis Marion University learned on Aug. 8, 2005, that the NCAA had accepted its petition to move the Patriot women’s soccer program from Division II affiliation to Division I. In August 2007, the FMU program completed its transition and learned it had been accepted as a full member of NCAA Division I. The Patriots now compete as an Division I independent against an increasingly difficult schedule.

Francis Marion Women’s Soccer Support Staff

Jo Retha Evans Sr. Admin. Asst.

Tony Falvino Equipment Mgr.

Murray Hartzler Athletic Director

Leslie Atwood Trainer Intern

Blake Bloodworth SID Intern

Joe Cauble Athletic Trainer

Michael G. Hawkins Jason Orning Stacey Vallee Sports Info.Director Compliance Officer Sr. Women’s Adm.

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Francis Marion University 2011 Team Roster

No. 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23

Name Kristen Spain Taylor O’Berry Lauren Vetock Deanna Hunt Michelle Brown Sandy Odembo Brittney Smith Megan Goodwin Kelly Kady Yasmin Bunter Teri Kourtis Kimmy Lawrance Casey Schifano Tyler King Lauren Soper Chanel Harris Megan Ogiltree Jordan Allen Kristina Marra Erin Breen Rebeccah Hoekstra Elizabeth Asare

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

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

Ht. 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-1 5-0 5-3 5-6 5-3 5-8 5-1 5-6 5-3 5-6 5-1 5-7 5-3 5-3 5-9 5-5

Hometown (Previous School) Quincy, MA (Archbishop Williams HS) Jacksonville, FL (Mandarin HS) Pasadena, MD (Shepherd University) Charleston, SC (West Ashley HS) Waxhaw, NC (Parkwood HS) Shelby, NC (Crest Senior HS) Arkport, NY (Arkport Central School) Orangeburg, SC (Orangeburg Prep) Huntingtown, MD (Huntingtown HS) Fleet, England (Farnborough 6th Form) Richmond Hill, Ont., Canada (Richmond Green SS) Wilmington, NC (Cape Fear Comm. College) Greenlawn, NY (Bryant College) Mobile, AL (UMS-Wright Preparatory School) Solomons, MD (Northern HS) Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Birchmount Park CI) Mississauga,Ont.,Canada (Our Lady of Mt. Carmel) Clover, SC (Clover HS) Toronto, Ont., Canada (King’s Christian Collegiate) Martinsburg, WV (Hedgesville HS) Bowmanville, Ont., Canada (Clarington Central HS) Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Omer-Deslauriers HS)

HEAD COACH: Joel Person ASSISTANT COACH: Shomit Mukherjee AD: Murray Hartzler SID: Michael G. Hawkins SID INTERN: Blake Bloodworth ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Spyder Webb, Joe Cauble, Leslie Atwood (intern) Pronunciations: #1 VEE-tock ; #4 O-dem-bo ; #7 KAY-dee ; #8 YAS-min ; #9 CURT-tis ; #11 SHA-fawn-O ; #15 SOAP-er ; #17 O-gil-tree ; #19 MAR-ra ; #21 HOKE-stra ; #23 A-sar-HEY ; Asst. Coach SHOW-mitt Ma-Curr-Gee

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Francis Marion University 2011 Women’s Soccer Schedule Date

Opponent

Time

Site

Aug. 19

Fri.

UNC Wilmington

4:00

FLORENCE

Aug. 21

Sun.

High Point University

4:00

FLORENCE

Aug. 24

Wed.

at Campbell University

7:00

Buies Creek, NC

Aug. 26

Fri.

at Radford University

7:00

Radford, VA

Aug. 28

Sun.

at USC Upstate

2:00

Spartanburg, SC

Sept. 4

Sun.

Winthrop University

4:00

FLORENCE

Sept 6

Tue.

at Presbyterian College

7:00

Clinton, SC

Sept. 11

Sun.

at Wofford College

2:00

Spartanburg, SC

Sept. 14

Wed.

at Charleston Southern University

4:00

Charleston, SC

Sept. 18

Sun.

East Carolina University

3:00

FLORENCE

Sept. 23

Fri.

at Temple University

4:00

Philadelphia, PA

Sept. 25

Sun.

at Navy

2:00

Annapolis, MD

Oct. 10

Mon.

at Princeton University

7:00

Princeton, NJ

Oct. 12

Wed.

at Brown University

4:00

Providence, RI

Oct. 17

Mon.

St. Andrews Presbyterian College

4:30

FLORENCE

Oct. 20

Thur.

at South Carolina State University

7:00

Orangeburg, SC

Oct. 27

Thur.

at Clemson University

7:00

Clemson, SC

Oct. 30

Sun.

Longwood University

4:00

FLORENCE

All times are Eastern

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FMU 2010 Women’s Soccer Pre-Season Outlook Youth with Depth as Patriots enter 2011 season The Francis Marion University women’s soccer team will kick off its 2011 season on Friday afternoon (Aug. 19) when the Patriots play host to UNC Wilmington. The match will start at 4 p.m. on the FMU Soccer Field and admission is free. Third-year FMU head coach Joel Person welcomes back 10 letterwinners, including six starters, from last season’s squad that finished 3-13-2. Five of the team’s losses were by one goal. The 2011 roster also includes 11 newcomers, consisting of nine freshmen and two transfers. UNCW returns nine starters from last year’s 9-10-0 squad. The Patriots trail 1-5-0 in the all-time series against the Seahawks, including an early-season loss in Wilmington last year. As Francis Marion enters its fifth season as an NCAA Division I independent, Person feels very good about his returning group and new recruits. “Our future looks bright. This year’s squad is more athletic and we are especially excited about the depth we feel we have across the field. They have worked hard in the pre-season and I am pleased with the quality of the players on our roster. “As with each new season, I am very optimistic and confident. We will play five matches in 10 days to open the season and that is a challenge. Therein, we will play lots of people to facilitate two things: to keep people fresh and to feel out what combinations work best for us. “With 10 freshmen and six sophomores, we are still a young squad and with that fact comes a learning curve as the season starts and progresses. As with most young teams, striving to be consistent will be one of our main goals early in the season, but the ultimate goal is to get better and improve with each match.” Person welcomes back senior goalkeeper Lauren Vetock. In her first season (2010) at FMU, she appeared in 11 matches and recorded a 2.58 goals against average, 62 saves, and a .729 save percentage. She will be backed-up by a pair of freshmen: Kristen Spain (Quincy, Mass.) and Taylor O’Berry (Jacksonville, Fla.). Along the defensive back, junior Rebeccah Hoekstra (30 starts in two seasons) and speedy sophomore Michelle Brown (15 starts as a freshman) both return. Person is also looking for freshmen Lauren Soper (Solomons, Md.) and Sandy Odembo (Shelby, N.C.) and junior college transfer Kimmy Lawrance (Wilmington, N.C.) to be contributors and potential starters in the back. Sophomore Deanna Hunt, who played in 17 contests in 2010 and who Person calls his most-improved player, will likely play along the back line or in the midfield. Highly-touted 2010 recruit Kristina Marra, who missed the 2010 season with a knee injury, is also back. “Hokestra has looked very strong in the pre-season and we are looking to her and Vetock to anchor our defense.” Person returns most of his experience in the midfield: senior Erin Breen, juniors Kelly Kady and Megan Ogiltree, and sophomores Jordan Allen and Teri Kourtis. Allen and Kourtis both had a pair of assists in 2010. Newcomers Tyler King (Mobile, Ala.), Megan Goodwin (Orangeburg, S.C.), Casey Schifano (Greenlawn, N.Y.), and Brittney Smith (Arkport, N.Y.) will also contend for playing time in the midfield. Person points to Kourtis and Breen as the two who will patrol the center-mid, but adds that the team’s increased depth will allow for various rotations. Up front, FMU returns sophomore Yasmin Bunter (pictured right), who led the Patriots with five goals last season. Person also talks excitedly about his two freshmen strikers from Canada: Elizabeth Asare and Chanel Harris. “We have added athleticism up front and are looking for good things from this trio of scorers.” The 2011 FMU schedule consists of 18 matches, six at home and 12 on the road. Following Friday’s match, Francis Marion will entertain High Point University on Sunday at 4 p.m. The Panthers are coached by former FMU head coach Marty Beall and have advanced to the NCAA Tournament each of the past two seasons. Entering its 17th season, the Patriot program owns an all-time mark of 171-104-14, including an all-time home record of 98-24-7. The program has won double-digit matches 12 times in 16 seasons. For the sixth time in the past seven seasons, Francis Marion earned a NSCAA Team Academic Award for 2009.

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2011 FMU Patriot Player Profiles #00

Kristen Spain

Goalkeeper, 5’8”, Fr., Quincy, Mass.

FMU: First-year player....Possesses very good goalkeeping techniques....Good size....Outstanding shpot stopping ability.....Bright future....Adds depth at keeper position.....PERSONAL: Born Kristen Spain in Boston, MA.....Attended Archbishop Williams High School and played for coach Gordie McClay....Senior stats: 17 starts, 151 saves, 22 goals, 1.35 goals against average, save percentage .870 ; Also scored one goal and had four assists in the field....Eastern Massachusetts first-team AllStar 2010....Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic honorable mention 2010....4-year starter....2-year team captain....Central Catholic League All-Star in 2009 and 2010....MIAA Gold Academic Excellence Award 2009 and 2010....Part of high school's Honors Program....Also played for FC Bruno Aztecs and Scorpions Soccer Club....Nickname: Spain.....PERSONAL FAVORITES:As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: The first female President....Favorite Athlete: John Cena....Favorite Sports Team: Red Sox....Favorite Movie: Anchorman....Favorite TV Show: Jersey Shore....Favorite Food: Buffalo chicken....Favorite Website: Facebook....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything....Favorite Thing About FMU: The people....Hobbies: Planking....MAJOR: Biology.

#0

Taylor O’Berry

Goalkeeper, 5’7”, Fr., Jacksonville, Fla.

FMU: First-year player....Great attitude on field....Nice athletic ability....Will compete for back-up keeper role....Adds depth to the goalkeeper position.....PERSONAL: Born Taylor Bailey O’Berry in Jacksonville, Fla.....Attended Mandarin High School and played for coaches Tammie Talley and Steve Joyner....4year letterwinner....All-Gateway Conference selection as a senior....Team won the District championship in 2008 and 2009.....Also an All-State selection in flag football....Also played for the Jacksonville Football Club....PERSONAL FAVORITES:As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Actress.....Favorite Athlete: Hope Solo and Tim Tebow.....Favorite Sports Team: University of Florida football.....Favorite Movie: Rear Window.....Favorite TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy.....Favorite Food: Sushi.....Favorite Website: Facebook.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebooking.....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Adele, The Beatles and Lil Wayne.....Hobbies: Shopping and going to the beach.....MAJOR: Mass Communications.

#1

Lauren Vetock

Goalkeeper, 5’6”, Sr., Pasadena, Md.

FMU: Returning starter and letterwinner.....Appeared in 11 matches and made 8 starts....Posted 4-0 shutout against S.C. State (10-2-10)....Transfer from NCAA Division II Shepherd University....Very athletic.....Good shot stopper.....Added collegiate experience to roster when she arrived.....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (fall 2010, spring 2011)....2011-12 Student-Athlete Advisiory Committee (SAAC).....Her sister (Jessica) is on the FMU softball coaching staff.....SU: Started 16 matches for the Rams in 2009.....Posted career-high 12 saves vs Davis & Elkins on Sept. 5, 2009....3 career shutouts....PERSONAL: Born Lauren Vetock in Annapolis, Md.....Attended the Institute of Notre Dame......Nickname is Vetock or Lo.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Firefighter.....Favorite Athlete: Ray Rice.....Favorite Sports Team: Baltimore Ravens.....Favorite Movie: The Express.....Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars.....Favorite Foods: Corn, mashed potatoes and chicken.....Favorite Website: Facebook.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Social networking.....Do You Tweet: Yes.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Kid Cudi and Lupe Fiasco.....Favorite Thing About FMU: Campus layout and Buddy Night.....Hobbies: Hanging with friends, going to Coldstone and playing basketball.....MAJOR: Elementary Education. CAREER GK TOTALS: Year M-MS Minutes 2010 11-8 802:32 2009 19-16 1579:39 2008 15-na 980:00 Totals 45-na 3362:11

GA 23 37 18 78

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Saves 62 135 50 247

SHO 1 2 1 4

GAA 2.58 2.11 1.65 2.09


#2

Deanna Hunt

Defender-Midfielder, 5’3”, So, Charleston, S.C.

FMU: Returning letterwinner....Gained valubale experience in 2010....Appeared in 17 matches as a freshman with one start....In-state product....Very fit.....Big upside.....Most improved player from 2010....Provides us with a good option at either outside back or right midfield.....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (fall 2010, spring 2011)....PERSONAL: Born Deanna Lynn Hunt in Charleston, S.C....Attended West Ashley High School and played for coach Drew McNeely.....Helped her team to a 15-7-1 record as a senior and a #11 state ranking.....Played in 2010 North-South Classic.....Ranked 15th in her class with 4.0 grade point average.....Graduate a year early....Member of the Interact Club and Beta Club.....Also played with Mount Pleasant Soccer Club (91 Elite Girls)....Nickname is De....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Auto mechanic.....Favorite Sports Team: Clemson football.....Favorite TV Show: The Office.....Favorite Food: Anything but onions and mayonnaise....Do You Tweet: No...What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: What isn’t in my iPod?...Favorite Thing About FMU: Fried chicken Wednesday....Interesting Notes: I crack my shoulders like my thumbs....MAJOR: Nursing. Year 2010

#3

M-MS Shots G 17-1 1 0

Michelle Brown

GWG 0

A 0

Pts 0

Defender-Midfielder, 5’3”, So, Waxhaw, N.C.

FMU: Returning starter and letterwinner.....Played in all 18 matches as a freshman with 15 starts....Scored in 4-1 loss at East carolina (8-22-10)....Very fast......Will see action at the forward spot or along the defensive backline.....Can get behind the defense......Positive upside......Also a scoring option....PERSONAL: Born Michelle Renee Brown in Waxhaw, N.C.....Graduate of Parkwood High School, where she played for coach Wade Morton......Team was 6-11-2 in 2010 and played in the 3A state playoffs.....Four-year starter.....2-time All-Conference, All-Region, and All-Union County selection..... Also a four-year starter on the basketball court.....3-time All-Conference and scored over 1,000 points for the Lady Rebels....Nicknames are Shell or Shelly....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Pro athlete...Favorite Athletes: Abby Wambach, Diana Turasi, Dwyane Wade....Favorite Sports Teams: Washington Redskins, Miami Heat, UNC Tar Heels....Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball....Favorite TV Shows: Single Ladies, Basketball Wives....Favorite Food: Hot wings....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Solitare .....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Drake, Nicki Minaj....Favorite Thing About FMU: Intramural basketball....Hobbies: Singing, tennis, basketball....Interesting Notes: I don’t like mashed potatoes, but like baked potatoes....MAJOR: Mass Communications. Year 2010

#4

M-MS Shots G 18-15 6 1

Sandy Odembo

GWG 0

A 0

Pts 2

Defender, 5’3”, Fr., Shelby, N.C.

FMU: First-year player....Left-footed....Potential starter along the back line....Exciting future....Very athletic....PERSONAL: Born Sandra Abiero Odembo in Nairobi, Kenya.....Attended Crest Senior High School and played for coaches Zachary Wortman and Arik Lemmon....2010 3A All-State, All-Region, All-Conference....Team's Most Valuable Defensive Player 2010....Big South 3A Player of the Year for her senior year....Helped the Lady Chargers to a 17-2-3 record, an unbeated conference mark, and a second-round playoff appearance....Played in 2011 North Carolina Coaches Association East-West All-Star Match....Team reached fourth round of playoffs in her junior year....4-year varsity letterwinner....2007 and 2008 state champions....School Marshall...Beta Club....National Technical Honor Society member....2010 North Carolina State Cup finalists....Also played for Charlotte United in the ECNL....Nickname: Sandy....PERSONAL FAVORITES:As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A soccer player on Mia Hamm’s team.....Favorite Athlete: Cam Newton.....Favorite Sports Team: Brazil Men’s soccer.....Favorite Movie: Never Back Down.....Favorite TV Show: Keeping up with the Kardashians.....Favorite Food: Don’t have one.....Favorite Website: Facebook.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebooking and online shopping.....Do You Tweet: Yes.....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: Everything but country, and techno.....Favorite Thing About FMU: Playing soccer.....Hobbies: Soccer, cooking and dancing.....Interesting Notes: My dad played on Kenya’s National team, I was born in Africa and I was put in my high school’s Athletic Hall of Fame for being Player of the Year....MAJOR: Biology.

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#5

Brittney Smith

Midfielder-Defender, 5’1”, Fr., Arkport, N.Y.

FMU: First year player at FMU....Versatile player....Can be put in any position on the field and will do a good job....Provides for various line-up options....Hard worker....Scrappy....PERSONAL: Born Brittney Lynn Smith in Hornell, N.Y......Attended Arkport Central High School and played for coach Melody Harwood.....NYS first-team All-State.....Steuben County Player of the Year.....All-Greater Rochester second-team....Team MVP with 16 goals and 9 assists....Team captain for two seasons....Helped team to 2009 and 2006 state championships....NYSPHSAA Most Outstanding Player Award....2007 NYSPHSAA Sportsmanshio Award....Career totals: 55 goals and 44 assists.....Also played basketball and ran track....Also played with Empire United Soocer Association....Nickname: Britt....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Lawyer.....Favorite Athlete: Gerrard Pique.....Favorite Sports Team: FC Barcelona ...Favorite Movie: Matilda...Favorite Foods: Ice cream cake, subs....Favorite Website: Facebook...Favorite On-Line Activity: Stalking people on Facebook...Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: All types of music...Hobbies: Soccer, four wheeling and shopping....MAJOR: Nursing.

#6

Megan Goodwin

Forward-Midfielder, 5’0”, Fr., Orangeburg, S.C.

FMU: First-year player....Could play up front or in the midfield....Talented player....Adds depth to the Patriot roster....May miss the 2011 season with a knee injury (medical redshirt)...PERSONAL: Born Megan Elizabeth Goodwin in Columbia, S.C....Attended Orangeburg Preparatory School.....Also played for South Carolina United Football Club....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Mia Hamm.....Favorite Athlete: David Beckham.....Favorite Sports Team: Barcelona.....Favorite Movie: The Hangover.....Favorite TV Show: Jersey Shore.....Favorite Food: Cheesecake....Favorite Website: People of Wal Mart....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebook...Do You Tweet: Yes.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything.....Hobbies: Soccer...Interesting Notes: All-Region/All-State and Team MVP (high school).ing....MAJOR: Biology.

#7

Kelly Kady

Midfielder, 5’3”, Jr., Huntingtown, Md.

FMU: Two-year returning letterwinner....Started twice in 2010....Scored in 4-3 road loss at North Florida (9-10-10)....Joined team as a walk-on in 2009....Very versatile player....Adds depth in several positions....Saw considerable playing as a freshman (13 matches) and scored twice....Will be looked to for scoring in 2010....Member of Kappa Delta Soroity and The Riot (pep squad).....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011, 2010....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (2010, fall 2010, spring 2011)....2011-12 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)....PERSONAL: Born Kelly Erin Kady in Huntingtown, Md....Attended Huntingtown High School and played for coach Rob Soper (father of FMU freshman Lauren Soper)....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Teacher.....Favorite Athlete: Abby Wambach.....Favorite Sports Team: Redskins.....Favorite Movie: No Strings Attached.....Favorite TV Show: Jersey Shore.....Favorite Food: Mashed potatoes.....Favorite Website: Facebook.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Social networking.....Do You Tweet: Yes.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Country.....Favorite Thing About FMU: Small campus.....Hobbies: Sorority and soccer.....Interesting Notes: Had ACL surgery in October of 2010 and cleared to play February 2011.....Any Brush With Greatness?: Angela Salem......MAJOR: Early Childhood Education. Year 2010 2009 Totals

M-MS 9-2 13-1 22-3

9

Shots 2 10 12

G 1 2 3

GWG 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 2 4 6


#8

Yasmin Bunter

Forward, 5’6”, So., Fleet, England

FMU: Returning starter and letterwinner......Led team with 5 goals in 2010....Game-winning scores vs ETSU (9-5-10) and S.C. State (10-2-10).....Looking for big things in 2011.....High quality player.....Has played with the Fulham reserves squad.....Center midfielder or forward......Good passer......Good strike on the ball......Has a bright future.....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011.....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (fall 2010, spring 2011)....PERSONAL: Born Yasmin Bunter in Fleet, England.....Product of Farnborough 6th Form, where she played for coach Rob Savory.....Scored 10 goals.....Three Player of the Match awards......National Cup semi-finalists.....League winners 200910.....Also attended Calthorpe Park School, and won Coe Trophy for sporting excellence.....Was prefect and elected house captain....Nickname is Yazzy....PERSONAL FAVORITES: Campus Activities: Honors student.....Favorite Sports Team: Fulham FC.....Favorite Movies: Bend it like Beckham and Slumdog Millionaire.....Favorite TV Shows: The Office and Desperate Housewives.....Favorite Food: Cereal.....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Arctic Monkeys.....Favorite Thing About FMU: Soccer field....Hobbies: Badminton....Interesting Notes: Half Sri Lankan.......MAJOR: Psychology. Year M-MS Shots G GWG A Pts 2010 15-14 14 5 2 1 11

#9

Teri Kourtis

MF-Defender, 5’3”, So., Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

FMU: Returning starter and letterwinner....Started all 18 matches as a freshman....Recorded a pair of assists.....Will be looked to anchor the center midfield....All-Around player who can fill in at many positions.....Good athlete....Very bright future.....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (spring 2011)....PERSONAL: Born Teri E. Kourtis in Toronto, Ontario, Canada....A graduate of Richmond Green Secondary School, where she played for coach Shaun Dougall......Earned school’s Silver Rattler award.....Named team most valuable player for basketball and volleyball......Also played for the AJAX Storm.....2009 Ontario Cup champions and League OYSL champions.....Hobbies include basketball and volleyball....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Vet.....Favorite Movie: Detroit Rock City.....Favorite TV Show: That 70’s Show.....Favorite Food: Japanese food.....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Mix of everything.....Favorite Thing About FMU: Small campus....MAJOR: English. Year 2010

#10

M-MS Shots G 18-18 11 0

Kimmy Lawrance

GWG 0

A 2

Pts 2

Defender, 5’8”, Jr., Wilmington, N.C.

FMU: First-year player....Transfer from Cape Fear Community College....Comes from strong junior college program....Will play either sweeper back or outside back....Potential starter....Adds collegiate experience....CFCC: Team captain in 2010....Sophomore year first-team All-American, Freshman year second-team All-American...All-Region and 2-time All-Conference....2-time All-Academic Team....2time Dean’s List....PERSONAL: Born Kimberly Alexis Lawrance in Greenville, N.C....Attended Junius H. Rose High School and played for coaches Tim Dameron and Jed Smith....2009 Player of the Year....3-time All-Conference pick....2-time Coaches Award winner....Nickname: Kimmy....PERSONAL FAVORITES: Campus Activities: Phi Theta Kappa.....As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Nurse.....Favorite Athlete: Dani Alves.....Favorite Sports Team: Barcelona.....Favorite Movie: Billy Madison.....Favorite TV Show: Tosh.0.....Favorite Food: Pizza.....Favorite Website: Facebook.....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Reggae, rap and pop.....Favorite Thing About FMU: "The sidewalks".....Hobbies: Running, going to the beach and hanging out with my family.....Interesting Notes: CFCC- Sophomore year 1st team All-American, Freshman year 2nd team All-American, 2x All Academic and Dean’s List......MAJOR: Nursing.

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#11

Casey Schifano

Midfielder-Forward, 5’1”, So., Greenlawn, N.Y.

FMU: First-year player....Transfer from Division I Bryant University....Brings college experience to a young team....Could see time in the midfield or at striker....Deceptive speed....BU: Appeared in 14 matches (319 minutes) as a freshman with one shot recorded....PERSONAL: Born Casey Elisabeth Schifano in Huntington, N.Y.....Attended Harborfields High School.....4-year starter....Helped the Tornadoes to an unbeaten season in 2008 and the League V championship....2-time All-League and AllConference selection....Member of school's Best Buddies program....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Lawyer....Favorite Athletes: Gerrard Pique, Fablo Cannavaro, Ali Krieger....Favorite Movie: The Notebook....Favorite TV Shows: The OC, One Tree Hill....Favorite Food: Chicken parm....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Social networking....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything, especially country ....Hobbies: Soccer....Interesting Notes: 2x All-Conference and All-League selection.....MAJOR: Nursing. Year 2010

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M-MS Shots G 14-0 1 0

Tyler King

GWG 0

A 0

Pts 0

Midfielder-Forward, 5’6”, Fr., Mobile, Ala.

FMU: First-year player....Very solid game....Had a good pre-season....Could break into starting line-up as a freshman....Good attacking option for the Patriots....Bright future....Lots of potential....PERSONAL: Born Tyler King in Mobile, Ala.....Attended UMS-Wright Preparatory School and played for coaches Sally McNider and Morgan Copes.....As a senior, scored 21 goals with 8 assists....MVP and captain of her high school squad....Made severall All-Star teams....Headmaster's List throughout high school....President of Spanish Club....VP of National Spanish Honors Society....Honors Spanish III Award....Mu Alpha Theta....National Honors Society....Also played for the Mobile Soccer Club....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Mia Hamm....Favorite Athletes: Hope Solo, Mark Ingram....Favorite Sports Teams: University of Alabama football and US women’s soccer....Favorite Movie: Titanic....Favorite TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy....Favorite Food: Crawfish....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebook stalking....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: 3000 songs of greatness....Favorite Thing About FMU: The people....Hobbies: Beach and playing with my dogs....MAJOR: Biology.

#15

Lauren Soper

Defender, 5’3”, Fr., Solomons, Md.

FMU: First-year player....Potential starter along the back line.....Solid player....Expecting big things from her during college career....Quick...Uses body well to defend....Good skills while in possession of ball....PERSONAL: Born Lauren Elizabeth Soper in Prince Frederick, Md.....Graduate of Northern High School....Also attended Huntingtown High School....Played for coaches Rob Soper (dad), Greg Tewell, Jay Loveless, Scott Cleary, Pat Noel, and Mellanie Nai....2009 Washington Post first-team AllArea....Also competed on the swim team....Also played for Freestate Soccer Alliance....Nickname: Soap....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Lawyer....Favorite Athletes: Wayne Rooney, Fernando Torres....Favorite Sports Team: Washington Redskins....Favorite Movie: The Three Musketeers (w/ Leonardo DiCaprio)....Favorite TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy....Favorite Food: Mac n’ cheese....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebook stalking....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Country....Hobbies: Soccer, tennis, swimming....MAJOR: Biology.

#16

Chanel Harris

Forward, 5’6”, Fr., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

FMU: First-year player....One of the best scorers coming out of the OYSL....Will see minutes at the forward spot or wide midfielder....Very athletic....Good work rate....Fast....One of the best attacking options among the freshmen....PERSONAL: Born Chanel Harris in Toronto, Ontario, Canada....Attended Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute....Also played for the Markham Lightning....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Sumo wrestler.....Favorite Athletes: Lukas Podolski, Fernando Torres, Wesley Sneijder....Favorite Sports Teams: Chelsea FC, Arsenal, Real Madrid....Favorite Movie: Superbad....Favorite TV Shows: Glee, Criminal Minds....Favorite Food: Spaghetti....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebooking....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Panic! At the Disco....Favorite Thing About FMU: Megan Ogiltree....Interesting Notes: Dwayne Derosario’s dad, Tony, was my coach for four years....MAJOR: General sciences (pre-med).

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#17

Megan Ogiltree

MF-Forward, 5’1”, Jr., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

FMU: Two-year returning letterwinner....Injury-plagued 2010 campaign....Will see time in the midfield and up front....Saw action in eight matches as a freshman....Comes from a strong club (Dixie) in the OYSL....A valuable left-footed player....Works hard....Has a great attitude....Lots of potential....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2010, 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (2010, fall 2010, spring 2011)....PERSONAL: Born Megan Theresa Ogiltree in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada....Attended Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School and played for coach Mike Maiola....Played for the Dixie club team in the OYSL....Also been a member of the USL's Toronto Lynx Jrs.....Nickname is Mego....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: An actress....Favorite Sports Teams: Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs....Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball....Favorite TV Shows: Jersey Shore, Criminal Minds....Favorite Food: Asian food....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Social networking....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Drake, John Butler, country....Favorite Thing About FMU: Jordan Allen..... Hobbies: Hockey, singing.....MAJOR: Marketing. Year MP-MS Shots G GWG A Pts 2010 4-0 1 0 0 0 0 2009 8-3 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 12-3 2 0 0 0 0

#18

Jordan Allen

Midfielder, 5’7”, So., Clover, S.C.

FMU: Returning starter and letterwinner....Gained valuable experience as a freshman....Scored in 1-1 tie at Western Carolina (9-17-10)....Assisted on two goals in 3-2 overtime win against Wofford (8-2910)....Natural left-footer.....Can play all along the left side.....Very athletic.....Crosses the ball well.....Lots of potential....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (fall 2010)....PERSONAL: Born Jordan Alyssa Allen in Syracuse, N.Y......A graduate of Clover High School, where she played for coach Kelsey Geary.....2010 3-AAAA All-Region.....Helped Lady Blue Eagles share 2010 region regular-season championship.....2010 Viking Cup All-Tournament Team.....Won state title with CESA Girls 18 squad....Nickname is Jor....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Princess....Favorite Athlete: Alex Morgan....Favorite Sports Team: New York Giants....Favorite Movies: Inception, How to Train a Dragon, Horrible Bosses....Favorite TV Shows: Jersey Shore, That 70’s Show, Real World....Favorite Food: Japanese....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activity: Stumbling....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything....Favorite Thing About FMU: Megan Ogiltree....Hobbies: Dancing, shopping, swimming.....MAJOR: Elementary Education. Year 2010

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M-MS Shots G 16-12 7 1

Kristina Marra

GWG 0

A 2

Pts 4

Defender, 5’3”, Fr., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

FMU: Second-year player at FMU....Suffered a season-ending knee injury in a 2010 pre-season exhibition and did not play at all last season (medical red-shirt in 2010).....Very bright spot in the back.....Has exceeded expectations.....Great communication skills.....Quick.....Tackles ball well.....Good 1v1 defender.....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (fall 2010, spring 2011)....Kappa Delta Sorority.....PERSONAL: Born Kristina Rose Marra in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada....Graduate of the King’s Christian Collegiate school, where she played for coach James Walraven.....Also played with the Dixie Club.....Nickname is Marra....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A lawyer....Favorite Athlete: Gerard Pique....Favorite Sports Teams: Toronto FC, Barcelona FC....Favorite Movies: Legally Blonde, The Green Mile....Favorite TV Shows: Big Bang Theory, The Amazing Race....Favorite Food: Homemade pasta and sauce....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite OnLine Activity: Facebook....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything....Favorite Thing About FMU: Palm trees and the heat....Hobbies: Any sport....Any Brush With Greatness?: Ryan Ellis of the Canadian National Hockey Team.....MAJOR: English.

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#20

Erin Breen

Midfielder, 5’3”, Sr., Martinsburg, W.V.

FMU: Two-year returning starter and three-year letterwinner....Missed early part of 2010 season....Started every match in 2009....Very athletic and highly competitive....Possessses good speed and strength.....Will be looked to for leadership and control in the center midfield.....Most experienced Patriot (32 matches played)....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll (fall 2010, spring 2011)....PERSONAL: Born Erin Breen in Jacksonville, N.C.....Attended Hedgesville High School and played for coach Sunny Tippett....4-time AllConference and All-Area selection....Career totals of 53 goals and 20 assists....Helped lead HHS to the 2007 sectional championship match....Played with Epic Comets club team, winning the WV state title three times....Part of the West Virginia ODP program....Also played basketball and ran track.... Nickname is Breen....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Marine Biologist....Favorite Athlete: Chris Paul....Favorite Sports Team: Pittsburgh Steelers....Favorite Movie: Nightmare Before Christmas....Favorite TV Show: House M.D.....Favorite Food: Hot wings....Favorite Website: Facebook....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: Country, rap, classic rock, classical....Favorite Thing About FMU: The people....Hobbies: Soccer.... Interesting Notes: I’m related to Sir Isaac Newton....Any Brush With Greatness?: Angela Salem....MAJOR: Psychology. Year M-MS Shots G GWG A Pts 2010 9-8 2 0 0 0 0 2009 16-16 4 0 0 0 0 2008 7-1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32-25 6 0 0 0 0

#21

Rebeccah Hoekstra

D- F, 5’9”, So, Bowmanville, Ont., Canada

FMU: Two-year returning starter and letterwinner....Started every match in 2010 and led the team in minutes played (missed only 42 minutes)....Will likley see action at every position on the field....Tied for second on team for scoring as a freshman....Match-winning goal vs Longwood (10-18-09)....Also scored against Charlotte....A very strong and athletic player....She was the top prospect in the OYSL while playing with Ajax....Very bright future....PERSONAL: Born Rebeccah Antonia Hoekstra in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada....Attended Clarington Central Secondary School and played for coach Jon Gale....Named the Coyotes’ most valuable player three times during her prep career....Played for the Ajax Soccer Club in the OYSL....Likes Pine-Sol....Favorite question is “What is Normal”?....Nickname is Hoeky....PERSONAL FAVORITES: Favorite Athlete: Javier Pastove....Favorite Sports Team: Argentina National Team....Favorite Food: Pizza....Favorite Website: Dogfunk.com....Favorite On-Line Activity: Shopping....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: Electro house....Favorite Thing About FMU: The woods are reminiscent of Harry Potter....Hobbies: Snowboarding....Interesting Notes: I’m a “Dasian” (Dutch and Asian)....MAJOR: Graphic Design. Year 2010 2009 Totals

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MP-MS Shots 18-18 6 13-12 15 31-30 21

Elizabeth Asare

G 0 2 2

GWG 0 1 1

A 1 2 3

Pts 1 6 7

Forward, 5’5”, Fr., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

FMU: First-year player.... Very fast and athletic....Goal scorer....Potential starter at forward position....Bright future....PERSONAL: Born Elizabeth Asare in London, Ontario, Canada....Attended Omer-Deslauriers High School and played for coach Robin Gauthier....Graduated with IB (International Baccalaureate) degree....High School president in 2011....Also competed on track and field team....Summer 2011 was one of the leading scorers in U21 women's league with 17 goals....Nickname: Eli....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A princess....Favorite Athlete: Michael Essien....Favorite Sports Teams: Chelsea, Blackstars....Favorite Movie: The Sound of Music....Favorite TV Shows: Desperate Housewives, Pretty Little Liars....Favorite Foods: Seafood and pasta....Favorite Website: Google....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebook....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, R&B....Favorite Thing About FMU: Women’s soccer team....Hobbies: Playing soccer, listening to music, shopping....Any Brush With Greatness?: Soulja Boy follows me on Twitter....MAJOR: Nursing.

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Francis Marion University 2010 Stats and Results OVERALL RECORD: 3-12-1

HOME: 2-3-1

AWAY: 1-9-0

Date Opponent Score Goals Assts Shots On Goal Aug 20 at High Point 0-1 0/1 0/2 6/7 2/2 Aug 22 at East Carolina U. 1-4 1/4 1/2 8/21 5/13 Aug 25 at UNC Wilmington 0-4 0/4 0/5 6/19 4/11 Aug 27 RADFORD UNIVERSITY 0-2 0/2 0/1 8/10 3/7 Aug 29 WOFFORD COLLEGE 3-2 3/2 4/2 11/14 7/9 Sep 02 at Duke University 0-9 0/9 0/11 3/29 0/20 Sep 05 E. TENNESSEE STATE U 2-1 2/1 2/1 10/10 5/6 Sep 10 at North Florida 3-4 3/4 2/2 5/19 4/13 Sep 12 at Jacksonville U. 0-3 0/3 0/2 11/30 5/16 Sep 17 at Western Carolina 1-1 1/1 1/1 10/13 6/2 Sep 19 at UNC Asheville 1-2 1/2 1/1 10/13 7/7 Sep 24 at Presbyterian Coll.0-1 0/1 0/1 18/10 7/6 Sep 26 CHARLOTTE 0-1 0/1 0/2 8/16 2/7 Oct 02 S.C. STATE UNIV. 4-0 4/0 4/0 12/10 8/7 Oct 08 at Univ. of Oklahoma 0-8 0/8 0/6 4/29 1/15 Oct 13 at Coastal Carolina 1-1 1/1 0/1 3/17 2/9 Oct 15 at Longwood 0-3 0/3 0/2 5/14 4/9 Oct 24 CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 1-4 1/4 0/3 4/18 3/12 Totals 17-51 17/51 15/45 142/299 75/171 Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for ## 10 15 4 24 18 17 7 9 21 8 13 3 20 16 14 2 11 1 00

Name Kiley Williams Yasmin Bunter A. Osorio-McKenna Rebecca Nelson Jordan Allen Michelle Brown Kelly Kady Teri Kourtis Rebeccah Hoekstra Mariel Kaney Caitlyn Margusity A. Wallace-Zocher Erin Breen Kayla Denmyer Megan Ogiltree Deanna Hunt Elisabeth Dobek Lauren Vetock Casey Durham Total Opponents

GP-GS 17-17 15-14 18-18 18-18 16-12 18-15 9-2 18-18 18-18 18-18 14-2 18-18 9-8 14-0 4-0 17-1 13-1 11-8 13-10 18 18

Min 1403 1089 1499 1270 910 1455 511 1550 1618 1256 369 1373 656 330 96 564 509 803 857 -----

Corners Fouls 1/2 6/7 6/3 5/11 3/8 4/8 8/2 10/14 5/4 8/12 0/8 2/4 2/7 4/9 4/5 4/9 1/8 3/11 4/4 9/4 4/5 8/5 3/4 4/4 0/7 7/5 6/2 12/15 0/5 5/9 3/5 12/9 1/9 10/8 2/6 9/11 53/94 122/155 each category

|------------SHOTS------------| G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 3 6 12 45 .067 19 .422 5 1 11 14 .357 8 .571 4 0 8 19 .211 9 .474 2 2 6 13 .154 8 .615 1 2 4 7 .143 2 .286 1 0 2 6 .167 3 .500 1 0 2 2 .500 2 1.000 0 2 2 11 .000 9 .818 0 1 1 6 .000 2 .333 0 1 1 5 .000 2 .400 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 0 0 4 .000 4 1.000 0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 17 15 49 142 .120 75 .528 51 45 147 299 .171 171 .572

|---GOAL AVERAGE---| ## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg 1 Lauren Vetock 11-8 802:32 23 2.58 00 Casey Durham 13-10 857:30 28 2.94 Total 18 1660:02 51 2.77 Opponents 18 1660:02 17 0.92 Team saves: 3 Save Pct.: Saves / Saves and Goals

NEUTRAL: 0-0-0

YC-RC 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 5-0 3-0

GW 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 13

YC 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 1/1 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/1 5/3

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

RC 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

FG 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 12

Off 3/1 0/4 0/1 1/3 6/3 0/2 2/3 2/0 0/3 1/0 10/2 2/4 1/4 7/2 0/2 0/2 1/0 3/0 39/36

OT 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

HAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

GTG 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5

|--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| Shots Saves Pct W L T Sho Faced 62 .729 2 5 1 1.0 139 55 .663 1 8 1 0.0 157 120 .702 3 13 2 1 296 58 .773 13 3 2 9 138 Allowed GAA: Goals Allowed x 90 / Minutes Played

GOALS BY PERIOD Francis Marion Univ. Opponents...........

1st 2nd 13 3 24 27

OT OT2 0 1 0 0

-

Total 17 51

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Francis Marion Univ. Opponents...........

1st 2nd 22 30 51 38

OT OT2 0 1 3 2

-

Total 53 94

SHOTS BY PERIOD Francis Marion Univ. Opponents...........

1st 2nd 69 68 156 134

OT OT2 3 2 6 3

-

Total 142 299

FOULS BY PERIOD Francis Marion Univ. Opponents...........

1st 2nd 56 65 64 89

OT OT2 1 0 1 1

-

Total 122 155

SAVES BY PERIOD Francis Marion Univ. Opponents

1st 2nd 63 55 28 28

OT OT2 2 0 2 0

-

Total 120 58

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total.................... Dates/Avg................

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FMU 824 6/137

OPP 3430 12/286


Francis Marion University 2010 Women’s Soccer

Angela Salem

2010 2011

Former Francis Marion University women’s soccer player Angela Salem recently ended her second season in the 2009 Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS). She played the 2010 season with Sky Blue FC, the franchise that won the 2009 Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) championship. To that end, she visited the White House as President Barack Obama entertained the squad. She played this past season (2011) with the Atlanta Beat, appearing in 11 matches, including nine starts. Salem patrolled the midfield for Francis Marion each of the past four seasons as a student-athlete. She appeared in 59 career matches scoring 11 goals and assisting on 27 scores. As a freshman, she tied the school’s single-season record for assists with 11. The Copley, Ohio, native was named the Patriots’ most valuable player as a sophomore and a junior. The 2009 MVP will be announced at the school’s athletic banquet in April. Following FMU’s 2009 fall season, Salem attended several tryout camps with professional organizations. She also finished the fall semester with a perfect 4.00 grade point average. Salem earned an invitation to the Sky Blue camp and made it through several cuts. She traveled with the team from the Bob Smith Soccer Academy in Robbinsville, N.J., to Florida for a two-week preseason training camp. When asked about her early pro experiences in 2010, Salem said, “This odyssey has been amazing because I have met so many awesome people. This includes people and players from different countries and from different national teams, and I have heard everyone's background stories. “This experience means a lot to me because, other than myself, there is only one player here that comes from a small school. I am honored to even be here and be on the same field as these players, and I feel privileged to have the opportunity to learn from them and to have made it through the tryout process this far." FMU head coach Joel Person added, “We are extremely proud of what Angela has been able to accomplish! She has worked very hard to prepare for this opportunity and it is always great to see hard work pay off. The WPS is widely considered to be the best professional league in the world and it is really amazing that Angela has been able to make it as far as she has already. She is playing with and against some of the best players in the world, which is a once-in-a-lifetime experience." "The women's soccer program and the whole athletic department are extremely proud to have Francis Marion University among the major universities (UNC, UCLA, UConn, Notre Dame, Penn State, Rutgers) and national teams represented on thee WPS rosters. It is my hope that in the future we can continue to help players achieve their goals, both on the field and in the classroom." A psychology major, Salem was named to the FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll each of her four years, and she has been selected to the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll four times. She is a graduate of Copley High School, where she was an All-State and AllConference performer, scoring 81 goals with 46 assists.

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FMU Women’s Soccer All-Time Series Records 1995-2010 Opponent Anderson College (SC) Appalachian State University (NC) Barton College (NC) Barry University (FL) Belmont Abbey College (NC) Berry College (GA) Brewton-Parker College (GA) Campbell University (NC) Carson-Newman College (TN) Catawba College (NC) Clayton College & State University (GA) Charleston, Univ. of (WV) Charlotte (NC) Charleston Southern University (SC) Clemson University Coastal Carolina University Coker College (SC) College of Charleston Columbus State University (GA) Davidson College (NC) Delaware State University Duke University (NC) East Carolina University (NC) East Tennessee State University Eastern Kentucky University Eckerd University (FL) Elon College (NC) Erskine College (SC) Furman University (SC) Florida State University Gardner-Webb University (NC) Georgia College & State University High Point University Howard University (DC) Jacksonville University (FL) Kansas, Univ. of Kennesaw State University (GA) Lander University (SC) Lees-McRae College (NC) Lenoir-Rhyne College (NC) Liberty University (VA) Lindsey Wilson College (KY) Lincoln Memorial University (TN) Longwood University (VA) Lynn University (FL) Mars Hill College (NC) Mercer University (GA) Missouri, Univ. of Mount Olive College (NC) Mt. Saint Mary’s College (MD) Navy (MD) Newberry College (SC) UNC Asheville UNC Pembroke UNC Wilmington North Carolina State University North Florida, Univ. of Northern Colorado, Univ. of Oklahoma, University of Pfeiffer University (NC) Piedmont College (GA) Presbyterian College (SC) Queens College (NC) Radford University (VA) St. Andrews Presbyterian College (NC) Saint Leo University (FL) Samford University (AL) South Carolina State University South Carolina, Univ. of USC Aiken USC Upstate * Tampa, Univ. of (FL) The Citadel Tusculum College (TN) Vanderbilt University (TN) Wake Forest University Western Carolina University (NC) Wingate University (NC) Winthrop University (SC) Wisconsin-Green Bay, Univ. of Wofford College (SC) Youngstown State University 16 seasons

W 2 0 6 0 9 0 0 2 0 3 8 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 8 3 6 1 0 1 6 2 5 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 6 1 0 7 0 0 8 1 10 6 0 5 1 0 4 0 7 4 0 1 3 0 0 0 8 1 1 1 1 171

L 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 5 2 0 4 2 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 1 1 6 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 5 2 8 1 1 0 0 6 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 104

T 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 14

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FMC-OPP COMBINED SCORES 21-2 * formerly USC Spartanburg 0-1 25-8 Season Highlights 1-3 41-9 -------------------------0-2 2005 NCAA Division I 2-12 8-3 0-2 2004 13-4-0 record 13-15 Peach Belt Conference 41-9 4-1 regular-season champions 2-16 6-7 1-11 2001 15-5-1 record 8-2 Peach Belt Conference 9-1 Tournament champions 1-4 4-1 0-9 2000 17-3-0 record 6-0 0-9 NCAA II national tournament 2-14 appearance; ranked 12th in final Top 2-1 25 poll 4-1 2-1 3-1 1999 13-4-0 record 10-0 1-2 Defeated #2 Lynn University 2-1 in 0-10 OT on Oct. 24 at FMU 20-14 5-0 4-3 1998 15-4-0 record 21-2 NCAA II national tournament 0-3 0-7 appearance (hosted 1st-rd match); 6-21 ranked 16th in final Top 25 poll 37-1 12-3 21-6 1997 13-4-1 record 2-6 Ranked 19th in final Top 25 poll 0-3 5-1 16-10 1996 13-3-1 record 5-13 24-0 Defeated #4 Presbyterian College 30-3 0 on Oct. 11 at FMU; ranked 16th in 1-6 final Top 25 poll 29-1 2-1 2-9 1995 11-6-0 record 17-0 4-5 Inaugural season of women’s soccer 17-4 6-17 0-5 25-27 NO. OPPONENT (DATE) 1-2 #1 vs St. Andrews Pres. College 6-3 0-8 (9-7-95) 31-6 4-0 #50 vs Presbyterian College 1-0 25-18 (10-24-98) 28-11 #100 vs St. Andrews Pres. College 11-0 0-2 (9-11-02) 41-3 5-0 0-3 22-0 1-2 32-9 13-7 1-2 2-0 9-4 0-9 0-3 1-3 19-8 2-3 3-1 3-2 2-1 743-435

FMU MILESTONE WINS

All-Time FMU Team Record 16 seasons 171 wins 104 losses 14 ties

.616 winning percentage


1995 Results OVERALL RECORD: 11-6-0 Home: 6-2-0 Away: 3-4-0 Neutral: 2-0-0 Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 at Queens College L 1-2 Sept. 7 St. Andrews Pres.College W 6-3 Sept. 9 Catawba College L 2-3 Sept. 13 Coker College W 2-0 Sept. 16 at Anderson College L 0-1 Sept. 21 Barton College W 7-0 Sept. 23 at Belmont Abbey College W 8-0 Sept. 27 at Pfeiffer College W 3-0 Sept. 30 vs Lincoln Memorial Univ. & W 5-1 Oct. 1 vs Univ.of Charleston (WV) & W 4-1 Oct. 4 at Lenoir-Rhyne College PPD Rain Oct. 7 Mars Hill College W 7-0 Oct. 9 at Mount Olive College W 7-0 Oct. 12 Gardner-Webb University L 2-4 Oct. 16 at Presbyterian College L 0-1 Oct. 18 Wingate University W 2-1 Oct. 21 Piedmont College W 4-0 Oct. 26 at Brewton Parker College L 2-12

1998 Results OVERALL RECORD: 15-4-0 Home: 9-1-0 Away: 6-3-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Date Opponent Score Sept. 1 Queens College W 6-4 Sept. 4 at Lenoir-Rhyne College W 4-0 Sept. 9 Barton College W 3-2 Sept. 14 Pfeiffer University W 8-1 Sept. 17 #7 Catawba College W 4-1 Sept. 19 at University of North Florida W 2-1 Sept. 23 at Wingate University L 1-2 Sept. 26 Clayton Coll. & State Univ. W 8-0 Sept. 29 at Lander University W 7-0 Oct. 2 at #20 Barry University L 1-2 Oct. 3 at #2 Lynn University L 0-4 Oct. 7 at Mars Hill College W 3-0 Oct. 14 at USC Aiken W 4-1 Oct. 17 #7 Belmont Abbey Coll. W 4-1 Oct. 20 Tusculum College W 2-1 Oct. 24 Presbyterian College W 1-0 Oct. 26 Erskine College W 10-0 Oct. 31 at Gardner-Webb University W 5-1 Nov. 15 #12 Belmont Abbey Coll. $ L 1-3

& Lady Bulldog/Comfort Inn Classic in Wingate, NC

1996 Results OVERALL RECORD: 13-3-1 Home: 7-0-1 Away: 6-2-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 30 at Coker College W 3-1 Sept. 7 Queens College ot T 1-1 Sept. 11 at Barton College PPD Wet Sept. 14 at #19 Catawba College L 0-1 Sept. 17 at Mount Olive College W 11-1 Sept. 21 Anderson College W 5-1 Sept. 24 at St. Andrews Pres. College W 6-0 Sept. 28 vs #3 Berry College % L 0-2 Sept. 29 at Wingate University % W 3-2 Oct. 5 Clayton State College W 8-0 Oct. 6 Pfeiffer College W 6-0 Oct. 11 #4 Presbyterian College W 3-0 Oct. 14 #24 Elon College W 2-0 Oct. 16 Newberry College W 8-0 Oct. 19 Belmont Abbey College W 1-0 Oct. 24 at Gardner-Webb University L 0-1 Oct. 27 at University of North Florida W 3-0 Oct. 31 at UNC Wilmington ot W 2-1 % Comfort Inn Lady Bulldog Classic in Wingate, NC

1997 Results OVERALL RECORD: 13-4-1 Home: 7-1-0 Away: 6-3-1 Neutral: 0-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 30 at Queens College W 2-1 Sept. 4 St. Andrews Pres.College W 11-0 Sept. 10 at Barton College W 5-0 Sept. 13 at Anderson College W 16-0 Sept. 16 Mount Olive College W 11-0 Sept. 20 Univ. of North Florida W 4-1 Sept. 24 Wingate University W 4-0 Sept. 27 at Clayton Coll. & State Univ. W 4-0 Sept. 30 Coker College W 4-0 Oct. 3 at #15 Presbyterian College L 0-1 Oct. 6 at Belmont Abbey College W 6-1 Oct. 14 at Pfeiffer University W 3-0 Oct. 18 Newberry College W 9-0 Oct. 20 Gardner-Webb University W 2-0 Oct. 25 at Elon College ot T 1-1 Oct. 29 UNC Wilmington L 1-2 Nov. 1 at #2 Lynn University L 1-8 Nov. 2 at #5 Barry University ot L 0-1

$ NCAA II National Tournament first-round match

1999 Results OVERALL RECORD: 13-4-0 Home: 9-0-0 Away: 4-4-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 29 at Pfeiffer University W 3-1 Sept. 1 at Queens College ot L 1-2 Sept. 8 at Barton College W 1-0 Sept. 11 Longwood College W 3-2 Sept. 16 at Catawba College PPD Hurricane Floyd Sept. 19 at Catawba College ot L 0-1 Sept. 22 Wingate University ot W 1-0 Sept. 25 at Clayton Coll. & St. Univ. W 5-1 Sept. 28 Lander University PPD Wet Oct. 1 at #7 Presbyterian College L 0-4 Oct. 4 at Tusculum College W 4-1 Oct. 9 USC Aiken W 3-1 Oct. 12 at Belmont Abbey College L 1-2 Oct. 15 Gardner-Webb University W 4-1 Oct. 19 Mars Hill College W 4-0 Oct. 24 #2 Lynn University ot W 2-1 Oct. 28 Lenoir-Rhyne College W 3-0 Nov. 1 University of North Florida W 2-1 Nov. 4 Lander University W 4-0 2000 Results OVERALL RECORD: 17-3-0 PBC: 4-1-0 Home: 8-0-0 Away: 8-3-0 Neutral: 1-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 29 Pfeiffer University W 4-2 Sept. 3 Queens College W 3-0 Sept. 6 Barton College W 4-0 Sept. 9 at Longwood College ot W 2-1 Sept. 14 #18 Catawba College W 1-0 Sept. 16 at #14 Univ. of North Florida * L 1-3 Sept. 19 at Lenoir-Rhyne College W 5-3 Sept. 24 Clayton Coll. & St. Univ. * W 5-1 Sept. 27 at Wingate University PPD-Wet Sept. 29 at Wingate University W 1-0 Oct. 4 at Lander University * W 7-0 Oct. 7 Presbyterian College ot W 3-2 Oct. 11 at USC Aiken * W 3-0 Oct. 14 Tusculum College ot W 3-2 Oct. 16 at Gardner-Webb University W 3-1 Oct. 18 Belmont Abbey College W 2-0 Oct. 22 at Mars Hill College W 1-0 Oct. 28 at USC Spartanburg * W 1-0

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Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

vs USC Aiken & ot W 3-2 at #3 Univ. of North Florida $ L 0-2 at #2 Univ. of North Florida + L 0-3

& Peach Belt Tourn. Semifinals in Jacksonville, Fla. $ Peach Belt Tournament Finals in Jacksonville, Fla. + NCAA Division II National Tournament First-Round (Southeast Regional) Match in Jacksonville, Fla.

2001 Results OVERALL RECORD: 15-5-1 PBC: 4-2-0 Home: 7-2-1 Away: 6-2-0 Neutral: 2-1-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 28 at Queens College W 6-0 Sept. 2 Lander University * W 3-1 Sept. 5 at Barton College L 2-3 Sept. 8 $ Lees-McRae College W 4-1 Sept. 9 $ Lenoir-Rhyne College ot T 1-1 Sept. 16 Pfeiffer University ot W 2-1 Sept. 21 % vs University of Tampa L 1-2 Sept. 22 % vs Saint Leo University W 5-0 Sept. 26 Wingate University W 3-1 Sept. 29 Mars Hill College W 9-0 Oct. 1 at Catawba College L 0-1 Oct. 5 at Presbyterian College W 3-0 Oct. 10 USC Aiken * W 7-2 Oct. 13 at Clayton Coll. & State Univ.* W 2-1 Oct. 18 at #9 Belmont Abbey College W 3-1 Oct. 21 Univ. of North Florida * ot L 1-2 Oct. 23 at UNC Pembroke * W 4-1 Oct. 27 USC Spartanburg * L 0-2 Oct. 30 UNC Pembroke # W 6-1 Nov. 2 vs #22 North Florida & ot W 3-2 Nov. 3 at USC Spartanburg & W 3-0 * Peach Belt Conference match $ FMU Classic in Florence, SC % at SRMC Tournament in Spartanburg, SC # First-Round PBC Tournament match & PBC Tournament in Spartanburg, SC 2002 Results OVERALL RECORD: 12-6-1 PBC: 2-4-1 Home: 7-2-0 Away: 3-3-1 Neutral: 2-1-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 31 at Wingate University PPD - RAIN Sept. 4 #16 Barton College W 2-1 Sept. 7 $ Lees-McRae College L 0-1 Sept. 8 $ Lynn University W 2-0 Sept. 11 St. Andrews College W 11-0 Sept. 14 % vs Eckerd University W 2-1 Sept. 15 % vs Queens College W 6-1 Sept. 18 UNC Pembroke * W 2-0 Sept. 24 Catawba College W 3-1 Sept. 28 at #15 Univ. of North Florida * L 1-3 Oct. 2 at Lander University * W 4-0 Oct. 8 at Pfeiffer University W 2-1 Oct. 12 Clayton Coll. & State Univ.* PPD Oct. 17 Belmont Abbey College W 2-1 Oct. 19 #19 Presbyterian College W 2-1 Oct. 21 vs Clayton Coll.& St. Univ. * # L 1-2 Oct. 23 at USC Aiken * ot L 1-2 Oct. 26 Kennesaw State Univ. * L 1-2 Nov. 2 at USC Spartanburg * ot T 2-2 Nov. 6 at USC Spartanburg & W 2-1 Nov. 9 at #8 Kennesaw St. Univ. & L 0-3 * Peach Belt Conference match # played at USC Aiken in Aiken, SC $ Francis Marion Invitational in Florence, SC % at UNF Invitational in Jacksonville, FL & Peach Belt Conference Tournament


2003 Results OVERALL RECORD: 11-7-1 PBC: 4-3-0 Home: 7-2-0 Away: 4-5-1 Neutral: 0-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 30 at Lenoir-Rhyne College ot W 3-2 Sept. 2 at Barton College ot L 1-2 Sept. 6 $ Lees-McRae College W 4-1 Sept. 7 $ Queens U. of Charlotte W 2-0 Sept. 10 Longwood College W 4-1 Sept. 17 Wingate University L 0-1 Sept. 20 at USC Aiken * W 9-1 Sept. 24 UNC Pembroke * W 1-0 Sept. 30 at Presbyterian College L 0-1 Oct. 4 #5 Kennesaw State Univ.* L 1-4 Oct. 9 at St. Andrews Pres. College W 7-0 Oct. 11 at Univ. of North Florida * L 1-2 Oct. 16 at Belmont Abbey College W 4-0 Oct. 19 at USC Spartanburg * L 0-1 Oct. 25 Lander University * W 7-0 Oct. 30 at Catawba College ot T 1-1 Nov. 1 Clayton College & St. U.* W 4-0 Nov. 4 & UNC Pembroke W 2-1 Nov. 7 & at #2 Kennesaw St. Univ. L 0-4

2003 Patriot Squad

* Peach Belt Conference match $ Francis Marion Invitational in Florence, SC & Peach Belt Conference Tournament 2004 Results OVERALL RECORD: 13-4-0 PBC: 7-1-0 Home: 7-3-0 Away: 6-1-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug. 27 $ Lees-McRae College W 4-0 Aug. 29 $ #18 Carson-Newman L 0-2 Sept. 3 Lenoir-Rhyne College W 4-0 Sept. 11 at #20 Catawba College L 2-6 Sept. 15 at Presbyterian College W 4-3 Sept. 19 at Clayton College & St. Univ.* W 1-0 Sept. 29 Belmont Abbey College W 9-0 Oct. 2 Columbus State Univ. * W 4-1 Oct. 9 at Ga.College & State Univ.* W 4-0 Oct. 13 Univ. of North Florida * L 1-2 Oct. 16 USC Aiken * W 2-0 Oct. 20 at Wingate University W 2-0 Oct. 23 at Lander University * W 1-0 Oct. 27 at UNC Pembroke * W 2-1 Oct. 30 USC Upstate * W 5-1 Nov. 3 ^ Ga. Coll. & St. Univ. ot W 1-0 Nov. 6 ^ Clayton Coll. & St. Univ. L 2-3

2004 Patriot Squad

* Peach Belt Conference match $ Francis Marion Invitational in Florence, SC ^ Peach Belt Conference Tournament

FMU’s Katie Roberts (#8), a four-time All-Conference selection, missed only one match during her career and ended her playing days as the school’s career leader in shots (220), goals (47), assists (35), and points (129). She was a two-time AllAmerican, both in the classroom and on the playing field. Upon graduation, she held the Peach Belt Conference career marks for assists and points and shared the career record for goals. She helped FMU to a four-year mark of 55-21-3 mark, one PBC Tournament title, and one NCAA Division II national tournament invitation.

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2005 Results OVERALL RECORD: 5-9-1 Home: 3-3-1 Away: 2-5-0 Neutral: 0-1-0 Date Opponent Score Sep 02 at Vanderbilt Univ. L 0-9 Sep 04 at Lenoir-Rhyne College W 1-0 Sep 11 at Mercer University L 0-3 Sep 18 at East Carolina Univ. L 1-6 Sep 23 at Western Carolina U. L 0-2 Sep 28 Presbyterian College W 3-2 Oct 01 Lander University W 4-0 Oct 10 Howard University ot L 1-2 Oct 13 #3 Lindsey Wilson Coll. L 0-3 Oct 15 Wingate University ot W 2-1 Oct 18 UNC Asheville L 1-3 Oct 23 Clayton State Univ. ot T 1-1 Oct 31 at North Florida ot W 2-1 Nov 05 vs Northern Colorado L 1-2 Nov 06 at Kennesaw State Univ. L 3-6

2005 Patriot Squad

% Independent Cup in Kennesaw, Ga. 2006 Results OVERALL RECORD: 11- 5-3 Home: 5-0-2 Away: 5-5-1 Neutral: 1-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug 25 at Charlotte L 1-2 Aug 27 at Gardner-Webb Univ. L 0-3 Aug 31 at Univ. of South Carolina L 1-2 Sep 03 at Mount Saint Mary’s Univ. W 2-1 Sep 13 Charleston Southern Univ.W 2-1 Sep 15 vs Youngstown State ^ W 2-1 Sep 16 at The Citadel ^ W 2-0 Sep 19 at College of Charleston ot T 0-0 Sep 22 Western Carolina Univ. ot T 0-0 Sep 24 East Carolina Univ. ot T 0-0 Sep 27 at Presbyterian College W 4-1 Oct 01 at Clemson University L 0-4 Oct 07 at Longwood College L 1-2 Oct 13 S.C. State University W 7-0 Oct 15 at High Point University ot W 2-1 Oct 22 at Howard University W 6-0 Oct 24 Coastal Carolina Univ. W 2-1 Oct 27 Delaware State University W 6-0 Oct 29 Univ. of North Florida W 1-0

2006 Patriot Squad

^ adidas Soccer Classic in Charleston, SC 2007 Results OVERALL RECORD: 10-7-1 Home: 6-0-0 Away: 4-6-1 Neutral: 0-1-0 Date Opponent Score Aug 25 at Charlotte L 1-2 Sep 02 at Vanderbilt Univ. L 0-9 Aug 31 at Winthrop ot T 1-1 Sep 02 Gardner-Webb Univ. W 4-1 Sep 07 at Florida State U. L 0-10 Sep 14 vs UNC Wilmington * L 3-5 Sep 16 at Coll.of Charleston * L 1-4 Sep 21 at Coastal Carolina Univ. W 4-0 Sep 23 Presbyterian College W 1-0 Sep 26 at UNC-Asheville W 2-0 Sep 29 at East Carolina Univ. L 0-2 Oct 07 at Davidson College L 0-4 Oct 12 High Pount Univ. ot W 2-1 Oct 14 Longwood University W 1-0 Oct 18 at Liberty University L 0-1 Oct 21 Howard University W 14-0 Oct 23 at S.C. State Univ. W 4-0 Oct 26 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 3-1 Oct 28 at NC State Univ. L 0-3 Nov 02 at Campbell Univ. W 5-1

2007 Patriot Squad

* College of Charleston Tournament in Charleston, SC

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2008 Results OVERALL RECORD: 6-12-1 Home: 5-2-1 Away: 1-7-0 Neutral: 0-3-0 Date Opponent Score Aug 22 at Charleston Southern ot L 2-3 Aug 24 East Carolina University L 0-2 Aug 29 #20 Wake Forest Univ. L 0-3 Sep 05 vs Furman University # L 1-2 Sep 07 vs Clemson University # L 0-3 Sep 12 vs UNC Wilmington & L 0-1 Sep 14 at Appalachian State U. & L 0-1 Sep 21 at Charlotte L 0-6 Sep 26 at Navy L 0-3 Sep 28 Eastern Kentucky Univ. ot T 1-1 Oct 03 at Presbyterian College L 0-1 Oct 05 Liberty University W 2-1 Oct 08 Winthrop University W 1-0 Oct 17 at Univ. of Missouri L 1-6 Oct 19 at Univ. of Kansas L 0-7 Oct 22 at Longwood College ot W 2-1 Oct 27 Coastal Caroluna Univ. ot W 1-0 Oct 29 S.C. State University W 7-0 Nov 01 Campbell University W 2-0

2008 Patriot Squad

# Carolina’s Cup in Columbia, S.C. & Mountaineers Invitational in Boone, N.C. 2009 Results OVERALL RECORD: 3-12-1 Home: 2-3-1 Away: 1-9-0 Neutral: 0-3-0 Date Opponent Score Aug 21 at Campbell University L 1-2 Aug 23 Navy L 2-6 Aug 28 at Kennesaw State Univ. L 1-2 Aug 30 at Samford University L 0-3 Sep 04 at Charlotte L 1-7 Sep 06 at Davidson L 0-5 Sep 13 Presbyterian College W 1-0 Sep 18 UNC Wilmington L 0-4 Sep 20 Appalachian State Univ. ot T 0-0 Sep 24 at Liberty University L 0-4 Sep 25 at Winthrop University L 0-2 Sep 27 Charleston Southern U. L 2-3 Sep 30 at Gardner-Webb Univ. L 0-2 Oct 11 at Eastern Kentucky Univ. W 3-0 Oct 18 Longwood University W 3-0 Oct 29 at N.C. State Univ. L 0-2

2009 Patriot Squad

2010 Results OVERALL RECORD: 3-13-2 Home: 3-3-0 Away: 0-10-2 Neutral: 0-0-0 Date Opponent Score Aug 20 at High Point University L 0-1 Aug 22 at East Carolina University L 1-4 Aug 25 at UNC Wilmington L 0-4 Aug 27 Radford University L 0-2 Aug 29 Wofford College ot W 3-2 Sep 02 at #15 Duke University L 0-9 Sep 05 East Tennessee St. Univ. W 2-1 Sep 10 at Univ. of North Florida L 3-4 Sep 12 at Jacksonville University L 0-3 Sep 17 at Western Carolina U. ot T 1-1 Sep 19 at UNC Asheville L 1-2 Sep 24 at Presbyterian College L 0-1 Sep 26 Charlotte L 0-1 Oct 02 S.C. State University W 4-0 Oct 08 at Univ. of Oklahoma L 0-8 Oct 13 at Coastal Carolina U. ot T 1-1 Oct 15 at Longwood University L 0-3 Oct 24 Clemson University L 1-4

2010 Patriot Squad

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FMU Women’s Soccer Honors 1995-2009 The First Page (#1) of FMU Women’s Soccer.............. First First First First First First First First First First First First First

Match.......2-1 loss at Queens College, Sept. 2, 1995 in Charlotte, N.C. Goal.........Karen Issenmann (88th min.) at Queens College, Sept. 2, 1995 Assist.......Elysa Neely (88th min.) at Queens College, Sept. 2, 1995, (2-1 loss) Save.........Kelly Graham at Queens College, Sept. 2, 1995, (FMU lost 2-1) Win..........6-3 vs St. Andrews College, Sept. 7, 1995 in Florence Tie...........1-1 vs. Queens College, Sept. 7, 1996 in Florence Hattrick….Erin Goerke vs St. Andrews College (Sept. 7, 1995) (FMU won 6-3) Home Match.........See “The First Win” Shutout Win.........2-0 vs Coker College (Sept. 13, 1995) in Florence Winning Season.....11-6-0 record in 1995 (inaugural season) Win Over NCAA I Opponent..........2-1 (OT) at UNC Wilmington (Oct. 31, 1996) National Ranking...............#24 in the Sept. 23 1996 NSCAA/Umbro NCAA Division II Top 25 poll Win Over Nationally-Ranked Opponent..3-0 win vs #4 Presbyterian College, Oct. 11, 1996, in Florence

ALL-TIME COACHES’ RECORDS Murray Hartzler (1995-02) 109-35-4 Marty Beall (2003-2008) 56-44-7 Joel Person (2009-present) 6-25-3

(.750) (.556) (.221)

Jacque Sutphin

Angela Salem

Past FMU Team MVPs 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Erin Goerke Bonnie Bauer Joanna Rish Kerri Williams Rose Joyce Jackie Hoerath Amanda Liles Amanda Liles

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Brittany Rothenbach Jackie Bateman Kate Anderson Jacque Sutphin Angela Salem Angela Salem Angela Salem Adrienna Osorio-McKenna

Mollie Jones

Katie Riley 21

Brittany Rothenbach


FMU Women’s Soccer Honors 1995-2010 All-Time List of Honors Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week Jackie Bateman (2004) Ashley Fortune (2004) Cyprian Gillingham (2004) Lauren Griffee (2001) Amanda Liles (2000) Julia Lufriu (2001) Katie Riley (2002) Katie Roberts (twice in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) Peach Belt Conference All-Conference Team Denneny Budlong (2000) Kristi Eyler (2004) Ashley Fortune (2004) Amanda Liles (2001, 2002) Julia Lufriu (2001) Katie Riley (2002 #, 2004) Joanna Rish (2000) Katie Roberts (2000 * #, 2001, 2002 *, 2003) Brittany Rothenbach (2004) Jessica Skarzinski (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) Peach Belt Conference All-Tournament Team Kate Anderson (2002) Gena Fennell (2000) Cyprian Gillingham (2004) Jackie Hoerath (2000) Jackie Hurst (2000, 2001) Amanda Liles (2001) Cara Norman (2002) Jody Rhoderick (2003) Katie Riley (2004) Katie Roberts (2001 - MVP) Brittany Rothenbach (2003) Sabina Sapienza (2001) * Player of the Year

# Freshman of the Year

NSCAA Team Academic Award 2009, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003

NSCAA All-Region Team Denneny Budlong (2000 - 1st team) Kristi Eyler (2004 - 2nd team) Kendra Floyd (1997 - 2nd team) Ashley Fortune (2004 - 1st team) Jackie Hoerath (1999 - 2nd team) Rose Joyce (1998 - 1st team) Katie Riley (2002 - 3rd team, 2004-1st team) Katie Roberts (2000 - 1st team, 2001 - 1st team, 2002 - 1st team, 2003 - 2nd team) Meika Sidebottom (1999 - 2nd team) Jessica Skarzinski (2000 - 2nd team, 2002 - 3rd team) Kerri Williams (1998 - 1st team) CoSIDA All-Region Team Kendra Floyd (1996 - 2nd team) Erin Goerke (1996 - 2nd team) NSCAA/adidas All-America Team Katie Riley (2004 - 3rd team) Katie Roberts (2000 - 2nd team, 2002 - 3rd team) Division I All-Independent Team Mollie Jones (2005 - first team) Katie Riley (2005 - honorable mention) Jewish Sports Review All-America Team Rebecca Nelson (2010) Soccer Buzz Team of the Week Ashley Fortune (2007) Division I Independent All-Academic Team Kate Anderson (2005) Katie Riley (2005) Brittany Rothenbach (2005) NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-Region Team Katie Roberts (2003 - 1st team) Jessica Skarzinski (2003 - 2nd team) Brandi Bonifay (2007 - HM) Kiersten Nedervelt (2007 - HM) Jody Rhoderick (2007 - HM) Verizon Academic All-District III Team Katie Riley (2004 - 2nd team) Sabina Sapienza (2001) ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Team Katie Riley (2005 - third team / Univ. Division) Emily Brandenburg (2008 - second team / Univ. Division) Emily Brandenburg (2009 - first team / Univ. Division) NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America Team Katie Riley (2004 - 3rd team) Katie Roberts (2002 - 3rd team, 2003 - 3rd team) ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Team Emily Brandenburg (2009 - third team / Univ. Division)

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FMU SOCCER FIELD The FMU Soccer Field is home to both the Francis Marion men’s and women’s squads. The field, with a seating capacity of 300 is located behind the Smith University Center at the southern end of the campus. To reach the field, enter Robert C. Scott Drive (4th gate) and park in either of the right-hand or left-hand parking lots. The university has added several features to the field over the past few years, including a new scoreboard and fencing around the field. A new soccer stadium is under construction across the street from the main campus and will be ready for the 2012 season. The Patriot men’s team owns an all-time home mark of 138-121-18 (.531), while the Patriot women are 98-24-7 (.787) all-time on the FMU Soccer Field. The FMU Soccer Field has hosted the Peach Belt Conference Men’s Tournament Final Four three times (1993, 2000, and 2002) and the PBC Women’s Tournament Final Four once (2004). The field hosted two NCAA Division II National Men’s Tournament matches in 2000, including an Elite Eight (national quarterfinals) match, and in 1998 was the host to a first-round NCAA women’s tournament first-round match. The field also hosted a men’s exhibition match between Francis Marion and the Trinidad and Tobago national team in 1990. The Trinidad and Tobago squad trained at FMU for a couple of days prior to playing a match against the U.S. national team in North Carolina. Prior to building the current field, the Patriot men’s team played its home matches on the university’s Cormell (baseball) Field, which at that time included an astroturf infield.

FMU receives the 2004 Peach Belt Conference regular-season championship trophy.

The Patriots celebrate after a victory in 2004.

The Francis Marion University men’s golf and women’s soccer programs compete as NCAA Division I independents, while the university’s remaining 10 sports compete as members of the 13-school NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference. Prior to the 2005 season, the Patriot women’s soccer program was a member of the PBC from 2000 to 2004.

Peach Belt Conference 2004 Women’s Soccer Standings SCHOOL PBC GAMES x -Francis Marion 7-1 .875 USC Upstate 6-1-1 .813 y - North Florida 6-2 .750 Clayton State 4-3-1 .563 UNC Pembroke 3-3-2 .500 Lander 1-4-3 .313 Columbus State 1-4-3 .313 GC&SU 1-5-2 .250 USC Aiken 1-7 .125 x - 2004 regular-season champions

HOME 3-1 3-0-1 4-1 3-1 3-1 1-1-2 0-2-1 1-1-2 1-3

AWAY ALL GAMES HOME 4-0 13-4 .765 7-3 4-0 12-2-3 .794 6-1-1 2-1 13-5-3 .690 6-2 1-2-1 13-6-1 .700 7-1 0-2-2 12-5-2 .684 6-2-1 0-3-1 6-7-4 .471 2-3-2 1-2-2 3-9-5 .324 0-5-2 0-4 5-10-2 .353 2-3-2 0-4 2-12-2 .188 1-5-1 y - 2004 tournament champions

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AWAY 6-1 6-1-1 4-2-1 6-4-1 6-3-1 4-4-2 3-4-2 3-7 1-7-1

NEUT 0-0 0-0-1 3-1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last 10 Last 5 Streak 8-2 4-1 L1 6-1-3 3-1-1 T1 6-3-1 3-1-1 L1 7-3 2-3 L2 4-5-1 1-3-1 L1 2-6-2 1-4 L3 1-6-3 1-3-1 L1 1-7-2 1-4 L1 2-8 1-4 L1


FMU Women’s Soccer All-Time Records 1995-2010 TEAM SINGLE-MATCH RECORDS: MOST GOALS SCORED: 16 at Anderson College (Sept. 13, 1997) (Won 16-0) MOST POINTS: 44 (14 g,16 a) vs Howard Univ. (Oct. 21, 2007) LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 16-0 at Anderson (Sept. 13, 1997) MOST GOALS ALLOWED: 12 at Brewton-Parker College (Oct. 26, 1995) (Lost 12-2) LARGEST LOSING MARGIN: 10-0 FMU at Florida St. (Sept. 7,2007) 12-2 FMU at Brewton-Parker College (Oct. 26, 1995) MOST GOALS SCORED (BOTH TEAMS): 16 Francis Marion (16) at Anderson (0) (Sept. 13,1997) FEWEST GOALS SCORED (BOTH TEAMS): 0 Four times [most recently FMU (0) vs Appalachain State (0) on Sept. 20, 2009] HIGHEST SCORING TIE: 2-2 Francis Marion at USCS (Nov.2, 2002) LEAST TIME ELAPSED UNTIL FIRST FMU GOAL: 0:58 Katie Roberts (assist Katie Riley) vs Catawba (Sept. 24, 2002) 1:12 Cyprian Gillingham (assists Fortune/Riley)vs No.Florida (Oct.13,2004) 1:23 Yasmin Bunter (assist Kiley Williams) vs SC State (Oct. 2, 2010) 1:25 Jennifer Wineberg (assist Meika Sidebottom) vs Erskine (Oct.26,1998) LEAST TIME ELAPSED UNTIL FIRST OPPONENT GOAL: 0:11 Lynn Univ. goal vs Francis Marion (Oct.3,1998)(FMU lost 4-0) LEAST TIME ELAPSED BETWEEN FMU GOALS: 0:06 Susie Harris / Laurel Kenerson ; FMU at Lander (Oct.4,2000) 0:16 Kerri Williams / Jennifer Wineberg ; FMU at Lander (Sept.29,1998) 0:23 Jennifer Wineberg / Erin Goerke ; FMU vs Anderson (Sept. 21, 1996) 0:25 Bonnie Bauer / Erin Goerke ; FMU vs Clayton State (Oct. 5, 1996) 0:32 Erin Goerke / Elizabeth Williams ; FMU vs Barton (Sept.21,1995) LEAST TIME ELAPSED BETWEEN GOALS BY OPPOSING TEAMS: 0:10 Kelly Rankin (UNCW)/Angela Salem (FMU) Sept. 14, 2007 at CofC 0:13 Cyprian Gillingham (FMU)/Ginny Wolfe (PC) Sept.15, 2004 at PC 0:13 Kristin Hendricks (Catawba)/Karen Issenmann (FM);Sept.9,1995 at FM 0:14 Heather Sakaduski (Lees-McRae)/Sabina Sapienza (FMU); Sept.8, 2001 at FM 0:29 Mary Kresse (UNCP)/Julia Lufriu (FMU); Oct. 23, 2001 at UNCP 0:35 Kerri Williams (FMU)/Bonnie Constantine (Barton); Sept.9,1998 at FM MOST ASSISTS: 16 vs Howard Univ.(Oct.21, 2007) (FM won 14-0) MOST SHOTS: 43 vs St.Andrews (Sept.11, 2002) (FMU won 11-0) 41 vs twice (Sept. 4, 1997) (Oct. 18, 1997) FEWEST SHOTS: 2 vs UNC Wilmington (Sept. 18, 2009) (lost 0-4) 2 vs UNC Wilmington (Sept.12 2008) (lost 0-1) 2 at Florida State (Sept. 7,2007)(FMU lost 10-0) 2 at Clemson Univ. (Oct. 1, 2006) (FMU lost 4-0) MOST SHOTS ALLOWED: 44 at Brewton-Parker Coll. (Oct. 26, 1995) (FMU lost 12-2) FEWEST SHOTS ALLOWED: 0 on four occasions MOST SAVES: 20 at Presbyterian Coll. (Oct.16,1995)(FM lost 1-0) MOST FOULS: 25 at Mars Hill Coll. (Oct. 7, 1998) (FMU won 3-0) MOST CORNER KICKS: 17 vs Wingate University (Sept. 22, 1999) (FMU won 1-0 OT) MOST CORNER KICKS ALLOWED: 12 on four occasions LARGEST HOME CROWD: 412 vs Belmont Abbey (Nov.15,1998) (FMU lost 3-1) TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS: MOST MATCHES PLAYED: 21 in 2001 MOST WINS: 17 in 2000 MOST LOSSES: 13 in 2010 MOST TIES: 3 in 2006 BEST RECORD: 17-3-0 (.850) in 2000 WORST RECORD: 3-12-1 (.219) in 2009 LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 12 (Sept. 19 – Nov. 3, 2000) 11 (Oct. 15, 1999 - Sept. 14, 2000) 11 (Oct. 27, 1996 – Sept. 30, 1997) LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK: 12-0-0 Sept. 19 – Nov. 3, 2000 11-0-0 Oct. 15, 1999 – Sept. 14, 2000 11-0-0 Oct. 27, 1996 – Sept. 30, 1997 LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 9 (Aug. 22-Sept.26, 2008) ; 5 (once) ; 3 (three occasions) LONGEST NON-WINNING STREAK: 11 (10 Losses 1 tie) Aug. 22 – Oct. 3, 2008; 5 (once); 4 (twice) MOST GOALS SCORED: 84 in 1997 (18 matches) FEWEST GOALS SCORED: 14 in 2009 (16 matches) MOST ASSISTS: 56 in 2001 (21 matches) FEWEST ASSISTS: 10 in 2009 (16 matches) MOST GOALS ALLOWED: 51 in 2010 (18 matches) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED: 11 in 1996 (17 matches) BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: 0.63 in 1996 (17 matches) MOST SHOTS: 380 in 1997 (18 matches) MOST SHOTS ALLOWED: 319 in 2008 (19 matches) MOST FOULS: 244 in 1998 (19 matches) MOST CORNER KICKS: 160 in 2001 (21 matches) MOST CORNER KICKS ALLOWED: 100 in 2008 (19 matches) MOST SHUTOUTS: 10 in 1997 (18 matches) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS: 6 Oct. 5-19, 1996 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES: 596:27 Sept.29–Oct.24,1996 (Jennifer Privette 326:27/Kristen Banach 270:00) 483:38 Sept. 15-27, 2006 (Jacque Sutphin) 470:42 Aug.30–Sept.20,1997 (Joanna Rish 380:42/Jennifer Privette 90:00) MOST TIMES SHUTOUT: 9 in 2010 (18 matches) and 2008 (19 matches) MOST SAVES: 120 in 2010 (18 matches)

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-MATCH RECORDS:

MOST GOALS SCORED: 6 Ashley Fortune vs Belmont Abbey Coll. (Sept. 29, 2004)(FMU won 9-0) 6 Ashley Green at Anderson College (Sept. 13, 1997) (FMU won 16-0) 5 Katie Roberts vs St. Andrews Pres. Coll. (Sept.11,2002)(FMU won 11-0) 5 Katie Roberts at Queens College (Aug. 28, 2001) (FMU won 6-0) 4 Ashley Fortune vs Howard University (Oct. 21, 2007) (FMU won 14-0) 4 Kirby Stenard vs S.C. State University (Oct. 13, 2006) (won 7-0) 4 Erin Goerke at Mount Olive College (Oct. 9, 1995) (FMU won 7-0) 3 Kiley Williams vs S.C. State University (Oct. 29, 2008) (FMU won 7-0) 3 Kirby Stenard vs Howard University (Oct. 21, 2007) (FMU won 14-0) 3 Ashley Fortune at Howard University (Oct. 22, 2006) Won 6-0) 3 Katie Riley vs Queens Coll. (Sept. 15, 2002 in Jacksonville,FL)(FMU won 6-1) 3 Sabina Sapienza vs Mars Hill College (Sept.29,2001) (FMU won 9-0) 3 Julia Lufriu vs Saint Leo Univ. (Sept.22,2001 in Spartanburg,SC)(FMU won 5-0) 3 Katie Roberts vs Pfeiffer University (Aug. 29, 2000) (FMU won 4-2) 3 Katie Roberts vs Presbyterian Coll. (Oct.7,2000)(FMU won 3-2 OT) 3 Erin Goerke vs St. Andrews College (Sept. 7, 1995) (FMU won 6-3) 3 Erin Goerke vs Barton College (Sept. 21, 1995) (FMU won 7-0) 3 Erin Goerke vs Mars Hill College (Oct. 7, 1995) (FMU won 7-0) 3 Kerri Williams vs Mars Hill College (Oct. 7, 1995) (FMU won 7-0) 3 Jennifer Wineberg at Mount Olive Coll. (Sept.17,1996)(FMU won 11-1) 3 Kendra Floyd vs Mount Olive Coll. (Sept. 16, 1997) (FMU won 11-0) 3 Denise Hornbeck vs Mount Olive Coll. (Sept.16,1997) (FMU won 11-0) 3 Jennifer Wineberg vs Erskine College (Oct.26,1998) (FMU won 10-0) 3 Jennifer Wineberg at Gardner-Webb Univ. (Oct.31,1998) (FMU won 5-1) MOST ASSISTS: 8 Ashley Fortune vs Howard U. (Oct. 21, 2007)(FMU won 14-0) 4 Katie Riley vs Belmont Abbey College (Sept. 29, 2004) (FMU won 9-0) 4 Chris King at Mount Olive College (Sept. 17, 1996) (FMU won 11-1) MOST POINTS (goals x 2 + assists): 16 (4 g 8 a) Ashley Fortune vs Howard Univ. (Oct. 21, 2007) (FMU won 14-0) 13 (6 g 1 a) Ashley Fortune vs Belmont Abbey (Sept.29,2004)(FM won 9-0) 12 (6 g) Ashley Green at Anderson Coll. (Sept.13,1997)(FMU won 16-0) 11 (5 g 1 a) Katie Roberts vs St. Andrews (Sept.11,2002)(FMU won 11-0) 10 (5 g) Katie Roberts at Queens Coll. (Aug. 28, 2001) (FMU won 6-0) MOST SAVES: 20 Kristen Banach at Presbyterian (Oct. 16,1995)(FM lost 1-0) INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS: MOST MATCHES PLAYED: 21 eight players in 2001 MOST GOALS SCORED: 24 Erin Goerke 1995 (17 matches) MOST ASSISTS: 14 Ashley Fortune, 2007 (15 matches); 11 Angela Salem 2006 (17 m); 11 Katie Roberts 2002 (19 m); 11 Susie Harris 1997 (18 m) MOST POINTS (goals x 2 + assists): 54 (24 g 6 a) Erin Goerke 1995 (17 matches) HIGHEST GOALS PER MATCH AVERAGE: 1.41 Erin Goerke 1995 (24 goals in 17 matches) MOST SHOTS: 75 Erin Goerke 1995 (17 matches) MOST SAVES: 109 Amanda Liles 2002 (18 matches) MOST SHUTOUTS: 8 Jackie Bateman 2004 (15 matches) 7 Jacque Sutphin 2006 (19 matches) ; 7 Kristen Banach 1995 (15 matches) BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 1000 minutes): 0.43 Joanna Rish 1997 (5 goals in 12 matches / 1043 minutes) HIGHEST SAVE PERCENTAGE (min. 1000 minutes): .911 Joanna Rish 1997 (5 goals, 51 saves, 12 matches) LONGEST SHUTOUT STREAK: 483:38 Jacque Sutphin (Sept. 15-27, 2006) 418:30 Kristen Banach (Sept. 16-30, 1995) MOST MATCHES PLAYED IN GOAL: 21 Amanda Liles 2001 MOST MINUTES PLAYED IN GOAL: 1958 Amanda Liles 2001 (21 matches) INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS: MOST MATCHES PLAYED: 78 Katie Roberts (2000-03) MOST MATCHES STARTED: 78 Katie Roberts (2000-03) MOST GOALS SCORED: 47 Katie Roberts (2000-03 ; 78 matches) HIGHEST GOALS PER MATCH AVERAGE: 1.00 Erin Goerke 1995-96 (34 goals in 34 matches) MOST ASSISTS: 35 Katie Roberts (2000-03 ; 78 matches) MOST POINTS (goals x 2 + assists): 129 (47 g 35 a) Katie Roberts (2000-03 ; 78 matches) MOST SHOTS: 220 Katie Roberts (2000-03 ; 78 matches) MOST MATCHES IN GOAL: 56 Amanda Liles (1999-2002) MOST MINUTES PLAYED IN GOAL: 5082 Amanda Liles (1999-2002 ; 56 matches) MOST SAVES: 287 Jacque Sutphin (2005-07; 51 matches) ; 243 Amanda Liles (1999-2002 ; 56 matches); 182 Joanna Rish (1997-2000; 52 m) BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: 1.0075 Jamie Gustason (2001-03) (12 goals, 1072 minutes, 14 matches) 1.0584 Joanna Rish (1997-2000) (54 goals, 4592 minutes, 52 matches) 1.0626 Amanda Liles (1999-2002) (60 goals, 5082 minutes, 56 matches) MOST SHUTOUTS: 20.5 Joanna Rish (1997-2000 ; 52 matches)

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