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2009 SCHEDULE DATE

Fri., Aug. 21 Fri., Aug. 28 Sat., Aug. 29 FRI., SEPT. 4 SUN., SEPT. 6 FRI., SEPT. 11 Sun., Sept. 13 Fri., Sept. 18 Sun., Sept. 20 Fri., Sept. 25 SUN., SEPT. 27 FRI., OCT. 2 SUN., OCT. 4 Fri., Oct. 9 Sun., Oct. 11 FRI., OCT. 16 SUN., OCT. 18 SUN., OCT. 25 Fri., Oct. 30 Sun., Nov. 1 Thu., Nov. 5- Sun., Nov. 8

OPPONENT

TIME

at Louisiana-Lafayette 7 p.m. at Gonzaga 3 p.m. at Eastern Washington 4 p.m. BAYLOR 4 P.M. ALCORN STATE 1 P.M. HOUSTON BAPTIST 4 P.M. at Houston 1 p.m. at Louisiana-Monroe 4 p.m. at Grambling 1 p.m. at Southern 4 p.m. LSU-SHREVEPORT 2 P.M. *SAM HOUSTON STATE 4 P.M. *STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 2 P.M. *at UTSA 7 p.m. *at Texas State 1 p.m. *CENTRAL ARKANSAS 4 P.M. *NORTHWESTERN STATE 2 P.M. *LAMAR 2 P.M. *at Southeastern La. 3 p.m. *at Nicholls 1 p.m. at Southland Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, La)

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Quick Facts

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Name: McNeese State University Location: Lake Charles, La. Founded: 1939 Enrollment: 8,784 est. Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Royal Blue/Gold Conference: Southland Affiliation: NCAA 1-A Athletic Website: www.mcneesesports.com University Website: www.mcneese.edu

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

President: Dr. Robert Hebert Alma Mater/Year: Louisiana-Lafayette, '59 Institutional Representative: Michele Martin Athletic Director: Tommy McClelland Alma Mater: Northwestern State Associate AD/Sports Information Dir.: Louis Bonnette Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech Associate AD/Director of Compliance/SWA: Bridget Martin Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech Assistant AD/Internal Affairs: Ryan Ivey Alma Mater: Memphis Assistant AD/External Affairs: Bill Simon Alma Mater: McNeese State Athletic Department Phone: (337) 475-5200 Athletic Fax: (337) 475-5202

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Scooter Savoie Alma Mater: McNeese State, 1992 Record at McNeese (Years): 69-99-18 (10 yrs.) Career Record: (same) Assistant Coach: Allison Holladay Alma Mater: Southeastern La., 1999 Assistant Coach: Soccer Office: (337) 562-4242 Soccer Fax: (337) 562-4245

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1................................................................ Quick Facts 2............................................Socer Mission Statement 3-4 ...................................Head Coach Scooter Savoie 5............................. Assistant Coach Allison Holladay 6...........................Assistant Coach Andrew Fitzgerald 7............................................................. 2008 Outlook 8................................................................ 2008 Roster 9-16 ................................................... Cowgirl Profiles 17......................... Team Achievements (On the Field) 18.........................Team Achievements (Off the Field) 19-20 ..................................McNeese State University 21..............................................Louisiana Quick Facts 21........................................ Lake Charles Quick Facts 22............................................Athletic Administration 23.......................................Department Improvements 24.......................................................... Academic Lab 25....................................................... Sports Medicine 25....................................... Strength and Conditioning 26.......................................................Student Housing 27...................................................................Facilities 28..............................................Southland Conference 29-35 ...................................................... Record Book 36............................................All-Time Letterwinners

MEDIA

PRINT Lake Charles American Press: Alex Hickey (McNeese Beat Writer), P.O. Box 2893, Lake Charles, LA. 70602 (AC 337, 494-4069; Fax 494-4036) Southwest Daily: Rodrick Anderson, sports editor, 716 E. Napoleon, Sulphur, LA. 70663 (AC 337, 527-7075; Fax 337-528-3044) ELECTRONIC KPLC-TV (NBC): Tom Annino, sports director, 704 Bilbo Street, Lake Charles, LA. 70601 (AC 337-437-7563); Fax 337, 439-9905) KEZM Radio: Bruce Merchant, owner, 101 W. Napoleon St., Sulphur, LA. 70663 (AC 337, 527-3611; Fax 337, 527-0213)

SPORTS INFORMATION

Director .................................... Louis Bonnette Phone .......................................... 337-475-5207 e-mail ..........................lbonnette@mcneese.edu Ass't/Soccer Contact ...................Pam LaFosse Phone .......................................... 337-475-5926 Fax .............................................. 337-475-5928 e-mail ............................plafosse@mcneese.edu

TEAM INFORMATION

2008 Record: 11-8-1 Conference Record/Finish: 6-2-1 (2nd) Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/14 Newcomers: 10 Transfers: 2

HISTORY

First Year of Soccer: 1996 Overall All-Time Record/Years: 85-136-21/ 12 yrs. Years in SLC Tournament: 9 Southland Conference Titles: 1 (2007) Southland Conference Tournament Titles: 1 (2006) Years In NCAA Tournament: 1 (2006) Last Postseason Opponent/Year: Southern Methodist/2006 lost 2-0 (College Station, TX.)

Louis Bonnette Director

Pam LaFosse Assistant

Brandon Scardigli Student Ast.

The 2009 soccer media guide is a production of the sports information department. The guide was designed written and edited by assistant SID Pam LaFosse with the help of the soccer staff.

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"Our philosophy for achieving success, not just in soccer, but in life, is that you have to establish the right priorities for yourself. We teach that faith, family, school and soccer come first. Our student-athletes have subscribed to this philosophy and have been rewarded with a tremendous amount of success in the classroom and on the field of play." - Head Coach Scooter Savoie-

MISSION

Our mission is to be a united team capable of winning the Southland Conference regular season and tournament championships and to achieve success in the NCAA Women's Cup Tournament while exhibiting intelligence, focus and class.

We are dedicated to achieving peak performance as players in the areas of technique, tactics, training, fitness and mental preparation. -2-

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SCOOTER SAVOIE HEAD COACH 10th Season

2007 SLC "Coach of the Year" 2006 Louisiana "Coach of the Year" Scooter Savoie enters his 10th season as head coach of the Cowgirls. Savoie brings the vision, motivation, hard work and respect a program needs to be successful. He guided McNeese to the program’s first regular season title in 2007 and won the program’s first Southland Conference Tournament Championship in 2006, advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. Success is not something new to Savoie and McNeese soccer. His Cowgirls have consistently attracted some of the top talent in the Southland Conference. Benefiting from developing young and talented players under his direction, McNeese has qualified for eight Southland Conference Tournaments under his direction. Savoie was named the program's first coach in 1996. His teams improved each season during his tenure through 1999. McNeese posted an overall winning record in conference play during this time. He guided the program to three consecutive Southland Conference Tournament appearances; leading his 1999 team to a second place finish in the league's regular season. Savoie returned to McNeese in 2003 to bring notoriety back to the program. Since then, McNeese has returned to the Southland Conference Tournament in five of the last six seasons and has played in the championship game the last three years. Savoie was recognized for his efforts by being named the 2007 Southland Conference Coach of the Year and 2006 Louisiana Coach of the Year. Savoie is the program’s winningest coach with 69 career victories. But the accolades for success do not stop here. Savoie has coached 45 All-Conference performers including the 2008 (Kamryn Koch) and 1999 (Joy Keating) SLC Players of the Year. Koch is also a two-time SLC Student-Athlete of the Year (2007, 2008), twotime Louisiana Player of the Year (2007, 2008) and was named McNeese State's "Athlete of the Year" for the 2008-09 season. Savoie continues to coached Alana Clark, the 2007 Louisiana Freshman of the Year. Nineteen players have made the SLC All-Tournament Team. The program led the league with five All-Tournament selections in 2006 and Kamryn Koch garnered Tournament MVP honors that year. McNeese has had 15 AllLouisiana selections with Savoie at the helm. Program success is not just limited to the soccer field. McNeese Soccer led the Southland Conference in 2006 with five student-athletes selected to the All-Academic Team. The team annually ranks amongst the highest of all team sports at McNeese for academic performance and consistently maintains a GPA above 3.0. ESPN The Magazine has placed three soccer athletes on the District VI Academic All-American Team (Brenna Abbitt, Justeen Lords, Kamryn Koch). Several of his players have earned Southland Conference Academic Honors and many have been named to McNeese’s President's List. In 2008, Koch was named to the NSCAA scholar All-America Team, the first McNeese soccer player to receive the honor. Savoie is well respected in the university and soccer communities. He is proud to serve both in various capacities. He currently serves as the Chair of Southland Conference Women's Soccer Coaches. He sits on the McNeese Committee on Graduation Rates for Black Student Athletes and was a member of the NCAA Certification Peer 2007 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPS

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COACHING CAREER: •'08•'07•'06-

•'05•'04•'03•'02•'00-'01 •'99•'98•'97•'96•'94-95•'93-94•'92-93•'89-'91-

11-8-1 overall, 6-2-1 SLC (2nd), undefeated at home for second straight season (4-0-1), SLC Tournament Runners-Up SLC Champs; #12-5-4 overall; 7-1-1 SLC Set new school victory record; posted first undefeated home record (8-0-2); SLC Tournament Runners-Up Southland Conference "Coach of the Year" 10-7-2 overall; 3-4-1 SLC (6th); SLC Tournament Champs; NCAA Tournament (lost 2-0 to SMU/College Station, TX.) Louisiana "Coach of the Year" 5-11-1 overall; 2-4-1 SLC (6th); SLC postseason tournament (first round) 4-14-1 overall; 2-9-1 SLC (7th) returned to McNeese State; 5-13-2; 4-7-1 SLC (6th) SLC postseason tournament (semifinal round) Assistant coach (Catalina Foothill (AZ.) head girls coach (Duncanville, TX.); led team to playoffs both years programs second best record of 9-6-4; 6-4-4 SLC SLC(2nd); SLC postseason tournament(semifinal round) for the third

consecutive time 7-9-2 overall ; 3-3-2 SLC (4th); SLC postseason tournament (semifinal round) led McNeese to a 4-15-1 overall ; 2-3-1 SLC (3rd); SLC postseason tournament (semifinal round) named McNeese State's first head soccer coach; led McNeese to a 2-11 record in its inaugural season head boys coach (Barbe High) Overall record: 18-5-7; District 5 "Coach of the Year" Head boys coach (Barbe High) Overall record: 25-2-1; District 4 "Coach of the Year"; District Champs; state semifinals Head boys coach (Barbe High); Overall record: 20-4-1; District 4 Champions (undefeated 10-0) regional finalists. Volunteer Coach (Sulphur and Barbe High)

10 Years (1996-99, 2003-present) •- One SLC Title (2007) •- One SLC Tournament Title (2006) •- One NCAA Appearance (2006) •- 2007 SLC "Coach of the Year" •- 2006 Louisiana "Coach of the Year"

Review Team, Safety and Wellness Committee. He is an active member of the NSCAA National Ranking Committee. He has also served on the coaching staff of the Louisiana Olympic Development Program and the Arizona Olympic Development Program. Savoie earned his B.S. Degree from McNeese in 1992 and Master in Education from Texas A&M University in 1997. He is happily married to the former Stephanie Byrge of Tucson, Arizona. They have two daughters, Jolie Aunjelle and Gracie Ann.

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EDUCATION

• LaPorte, (Tx.) High School • B.S. Degree in Health and Physical Education McNeese State University, 1992 • Masters in Education Texas A&M University, 1997

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Allison Holladay

Assistant Coach - Goalkeepers 7th Season Allison Holladay enters her seventh season as a Cowgirl assistant who possesses a wealth of experience with nine years of coaching at the NCAA Division I level. She has served in the capacity of assistant coach carrying the titles of goalkeeper coach and recruiting coordinator since 2003. In her time at McNeese State, she has helped guide two goalkeepers to the SLC All-Conference First Team, and one to the SLC All-Tournament First Team. The 2007 season saw the best goalkeeping results in the history of the program while posting 10 shutouts and a 0.96 goals against average using both goalkeepers on the roster. Holladay approaches goalkeeping training with the individual needs of the keeper in mind. She enjoys working closely with the players in order to enhance the assets each keeper can bring to the team. Recognizing that not all goalkeepers are the same, she designs her training sessions to aim towards specific techniques and execution. Her sessions include drills with a multiple of components in order for each goalkeeper to benefit at all times. Holladay believes daily goalkeeper training is a necessity for success. "This time for keepers to work on their own is invaluable to their development." She also works closely with Coach Savoie to match the keeper sessions to the team training theme. This allows the goalkeepers to transfer their training into a live environment with their teammates on a daily bases. Holladay also has seen success as a recruiting coordinator. Our "player-first" philosophy at McNeese State has been instrumental in recruiting the student-athletes that won the 2007 regular season SLC title and the 2006 Southland Conference Tournament Championship while making the program's first NCAA National Tournament Appearance. Her recruiting efforts have paid off by adding to the program a Mexico National full team player, U-15 USA National Team Player, and the New Mexico Player of the Year. Holladay strives to recruit players that are the perfect "fit" for the program. She aims to recruit players whose personalities as well as playing styles will mesh with the team and the coaching staff. After serving as an assistant coach at Southeastern Louisiana University for three seasons, Holladay joined Coach Savoie and the Cowgirl Family. She concluded her playing career in 1999 as the most decorated player in the history of Southeastern soccer, helping the Lady Lions to two Southland Conference regular season titles (1999, 2002) and a Southland Conference Tournament title (1998). Holladay began her career at LSU in 1995 and started in the majority of games, including the SEC Tournament. After a red shirt season in 1996, she transferred to Southeastern Louisiana University in 1997. Throughout her SLU career, she logged 5,401 minutes played, missing just 20 minutes of action in 59 career games with a 0.71 goals against average, a school record that still stands today. She is one of three Lady Lions to have been named All-Southland Conference three times (1997, 1998, 1999). She was also named to the Southland Conference Tournament Team twice (1998, 1999). Perhaps her greatest honor was becoming the first soccer player inducted into the Southeastern Louisiana University Hall of Fame in the Fall of 2004.

COACHING CAREER

• 2003-present

Assistant coach (McNeese State) Assistant coach (Southeastern La.)

• 2001-1999

PLAYING CAREER

• 1999 • 1998

• 1997 •

1998-97

2004

All-SLC; Louisiana "Player of the Year"; school record 0.71 goals against average; All-SLC All-SLC; SLC "Player of the Year"; Louisiana "Player of the Year"; Louisiana Athletic Director's "Player of the Year"; SE La. Female "Athlete of the Year" All-SLC; SLC "Newcomer of the Year" Southeastern La. (Goalkeeper)

OTHER

First soccer player inducted into Southeastern La. Hall of Fame

CERTIFICATIONS

NSCAA Advanced National Diploma NSCAA National Goalkeeping Level III Diploma

EDUCATION

• St. Joseph's Academy (Baton Rouge, LA. • B.S. Degree in Speech and Communication (Southeastern La., 1999)

• Masters Degree

Health & Human Performance (McNeese State, 2006)

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Kyra McDonough Assistant Coach First Season

Kyra McDonough is the newest member of the coaching staff as she enters her first year as an assistant coach after playing three years for the Cowgirls. She was sidelined for the 2006 season due to an injury. McDonough played in 43 career games, scoring her only career goal, the game winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Stephen F. Austin in 2007. She attempted 21 career shots and was credited with four assists. She attempted a season high 12 shots and dished out three assists during the 2007 season. She was a member of the 2007 Southland Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll as well as the President's Honor Roll. She is also an assistant coach for the Barbe High boys soccer team, where she is in her third season. A native of Highland Village, Texas, McDonough attended Marcus High where she was a member of two district championship teams and the 2005 state championship team. While at Marcus, she earned all-district honors twice and was named the the freshmen all-district team.

COACHING CAREER

• 2009-present

Assistant coach (McNeese State)

PLAYING CAREER

• 2008, 2007, 2005

• 2007

SLC Commissioners Honor Roll President's Honor List

• 2007

scored her only career goal in 1-0 victory over Stephen F. Austin in

OTHER

EDUCATION

• Marcus High (Highland Village, TX) • B.S. Degree Health and Human Performance (McNeese State, 2009)

Support Staff Michele Martin

Institutional Rep.

Andrew Fitzgerald Marketing Dir.

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Bridget Martin

Assoc. AD For Compliance/SWA

Pam McGough Coord. of Athletic Development

Adacemic Counselor

Deb Kingrey

Louis Bonnette Asst. AD Sports Information

Peter Colon Ticket Manager

Sara Overfelt Manager

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COWGIRLS TAKE ON A NEW LOOK IN 2009

McNeese State's roster is loaded with young and talented athletes who will look to continue the Cowgirls' winning tradition. The Cowgirls have 13 letterwinners returning, three are seniors (Erica Shepard, Lauren Slater, Erin Leighton), three juniors and seven sophomores. Ten newcomers make up the 2009 signing class which includes redshirt freshmen transfers Sarah Lowden (Mississippi State) and Hannah Hopson (Troy University) along with eight true freshmen. "We have established a winning program that is based on the drive to excel on the field and in the classroom. We have proven to be Southland Conference leaders in both areas and the newcomers will continue that tradition," said head coach Scooter Savoie. The top returnees include preseason all-SLC picks, junior midfielder Alana Clark and senior defender Erin Leighton. Both players were picked as second team selections. Clark was second on the team last year with 46 shots, tied for a team high five assists and tied for seventh in the Southland Conference in both categories. Leighton played in 19 games in the backfield and spent 1,598 minutes on the field as a defender. Other letterwinners returning are seniors Erica Shepard and Lauren Slater, juniors Lauren LaLanne and Macie Jones, sophomores Megan Manus, Jana Barrow, Rachel Key, Jordan Picou, Audrey LaLanne and Ashley Rudd. "Our expectation is to build upon the success we have had over the past three years that has established McNeese Soccer as one of the top teams in the Southland Conference. With the number of new players we have added to the roster, this team will take on a new look from our more recent teams. What will excite fans

"With the number of new players we have added to the roster, this team will take on a new look from our more recent teams. We want to promote an entertaining style of winning soccer that our fans are sure to enjoy." the most is the number of attack minded players we will be able to put on the field. We want to promote an entertaining style of winning soccer that our fans are sure to enjoy." The Cowgirls open the 2009 season with three consecutive road games beginning with an Aug. 21 game at UL-Lafayette followed by a trip to Washington to face Gonzaga Aug. 28 and Eastern Washington Aug. 29. The home opener is slated for Sept. 4 against Baylor, the first of three straight home games. The Cowgirls will also host Alcorn State, Houston Baptist andLSUShreveport in non-conference action. Other non-conference road games are at Houston, UL-Monroe, Grambling and Southern. McNeese opens Southland Conference play by hosting Sam Houston State (Oct. 2). The remaining home SLC schedule has Stephen F. Austin, Central Arkansas, Northwestern State and Lamar coming to Lake Charles. McNeese will play SLC road games at UTSA, preseason favorite Texas State, Southeastern La. and will conclude the regular season on the road at Nicholls. The Southland Conference Tournament is scheduled for Nov. 5-8 in Natchitoches, La., the top six teams will make up the tournament field.

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2009 Numerical Roster No. 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 18 19 21 23 24 26 27 31

Name

Katie Seeber Cassandra Read Kaitlin Tue Megan Manus Sarah Lowdon Hannah Hopson Jana Barrow Jordan Leinweaver Alana Clark Erica Shepard Megan Rogers Rebekah DeJonghe Lindsey Zwahr Lauren LaLanne Rachel Key Brittany Sanders Macie Jones Emily Johnson Lauren Slater Erin Leighton Jordan Picou Audrey LaLanne Ashley Rudd

Pos.

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

Ht.

5-10 5-10 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-3 5-5 5-11 5-9 5-3 5-5 5-5 5-4 5-7 5-3 5-4 5-10 5-8

Cl.-Exp.

Fr.-HS So.-1VL Fr.-HS So.-1VL Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-1VL Fr.-HS Jr.-2VL Sr.-3VL Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-1VL So.-1VL Fr.-HS Jr.-2VL Fr.-HS Sr.-3VL Sr.-3VL So.-1VL So.-1VL So.-1VL

HEAD COACH: Scooter Savoie (McNeese State, '92) ASSISTANT COACH: Allison Holladay (Southeastern La.,'99) ASSISTANT COACH: Kyra McDonough (McNeese '09) MANAGER: Sara Overfelt TRAINER: Malia Garza

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Hometown

Grand Prairie, TX. Carlsbad, CA. Highland Village, TX. Spring, TX. Newcastle, England Houston, TX. Lake Charles, LA. Carrolton, TX. Tuscon, AZ. Grand Prairie, TX. Highland Village, TX. Tucson, AZ. Brenham, TX. Cypress, TX. Haslet, TX. Arlington, TX. Mandeville, LA. Allen, TX. Iowa City, IA. The Woodlands, TX. Houma, LA. Cypress, TX. Lake Charles

Previous School

Grand Prairie High Carlsbad High Marcus High Klein High Mississippi State Troy University Barbe High Hebron High Salpointe Catholic High South Grand Prairie High Lewisville High Salpointe Catholic High Brenham High Incarnate Word Northwest High Martin High Fountainebleau High Allen High Solon High The Woodlands High Vanderbilt Catholic Cypress Creek High Sam Houston High

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Kaitlin TUE (too) MEGAN (may-gun) Manus Jordean LEINWEAVER (lane-weaver) MEGAN (may-gun) Rogers ALANA (uh-lon-uh) CLARK REBEKAH (ruh-beck-uh) DEJONGHE (duh-john) Lindsey ZWAHR (z-war) Erin LEIGHTON (lay-ton) Jordan PICOU (p-cooh) Scooter SAVOIE (suh-voy) Kyra McDONOUGH (mac-don-uh)

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Erica

9 SHEPARD 5-4•Senior, Defender Grand Prairie, TX. Grand Prairie High

2008 (Junior): played in 10 games as a reserve...helped solidify the backfield as a defender. 2007 (Sophomore): played in 19 games, started in five... attempted four shots...helped McNeese to a season and SLC high 10 shutouts. 2006 (Freshman): played in 19 games...attempted four shots...two shots on goal...scored one goal, first career goal against Southeastern La. (Oct. 27). High School: attended South Grand Prairie High where she was a four year letter winner...two-time all-district... named to several all-tournament teams...three-time team captain...voted offensive and defensive player. PERSONAL Birthdate: December 19, 1987 Parents: Edith and Dwayne Ayler Major: Business Management

Year 2008 2007 2006 Totals

CAREER STATISTICS GP 10 19 19 48

Sh 0 4 4 8

G 0 0 1 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts GWG 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0

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Lauren

SLATER 5-7•Senior, Defender Iowa City, IA. Solon High

ACCOLADES

2007: SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll, President's Honor List

2008 (Junior): played in nine games and started in five as a defender 2007: spent the season as a redshirt...SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll...President's Honor List 2006 (Sophomore): played in 19 games...attempted three shots...two shots on goal 2005 (Freshman): played in 17 games...attempted eight shots...scored one goal...credited with one assist...three points. High School: attended Solon High where she was a fouryear letterwinner...two-time conference champs. Club: member of Iowa ODP for three years...CRSA Club MVP...three-time state cup champs PERSONAL Birthdate: April 9, 1987 Parents: Chris and Connie

Year 2008 2007 2006 2005 Totals

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Career Statistics

GP Sh G 9 0 0 Redshirt Year 19 3 0 17 8 1 45 11 1

A Pts 0 0 0 1 1

0 3 3

GWG 0 0 0 0

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Erin

LEIGHTON 5-3•Senior, Defender The Woodlands, TX. The Woodlands High

ACCOLADES

2009: Preseason All-SLC (2nd team) 2007: SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll, President's Honor List

2008 (Junior): played in 19 games and started in 17 as a defender. 2007 (Sophomore): played and started in all 21 games... one shot...two assists...SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll...President's Honor List. 2006 (Freshman): a walk-on who earned a starting position...played in all 19 games...attempted seven shots...two shots on goal. High School: attended the Woodlands High where she was a four-year starter...team MVP...district Defensive “Player of the Year”...Academic all-district...participated in the Tasco Senior Showcase. Club: Challenge Soccer Club PERSONAL Birthdate: August 2, 1988 Parents: Michelle and Russell Leighton Major: Biology

Year 2008 2007 2006 Totals

Career Statistics

GP 19 21 19 59

Sh 0 1 7 8

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 2 0 2

Pts 0 2 0 2

GWG 0 0 0 0

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5-5•Junior, Midfielder Tucson, AZ Salpointe Catholic High

ACCOLADES

2009: Preseason All-SLC (2nd team) 2008: All-SLC (2nd Team), SLC All-Tournament, SLC all-academic (2nd team) 2007: Louisiana Freshman of the Year, All-SLC (HM), SLC AllTournament, SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll, President's Honor List Other: Ranked among 2007 Soccer Buzz Magazine Top High School Recruits; ranked in Top 200 2008 (Sophomore): played and started in all 20 games...second on the team with 46 shots...tied for second on the team with five assists...tied for seventh in the SLC in shots and assists...scored her only goal of the season against UTSA at the SLC Tournament...All-SLC (2nd team)...SLC all-tournament...SLC all-academic (2nd team) 2007 (Freshman): played in 20 games, started in 18...tied for a team high seven assist which is a McNeese single season record...second on the team with 63 shots, six goals, 19 points...scored the game winning goal against Texas A&MCommerce...tied for third in the SLC in the SLC in assists, ranked fourth in assists per game, fifth in shots, sixth in shots per game...ranked nationally (98th) in assists per game...Louisiana Freshman of the Year...All-SLC (Honorable Mention)...SLCAll Tournament...SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll...President's Honor Roll...High School: prepped at Salpointe Catholic where she was a four year letter winner... member of regional championship team...all-city ...team MVP...honor roll...Club: played for Arizona ODP for three years...ODP Region IV pool (2003, 2004)...U.S. National pool in 2003...member of the U.S. National U-15 team in 2004...played five years for the TSA (Tucson Soccer Academy where she helped her team to three state final appearances and the Region IV semifinals in 2004...Personal: Birthdate: April 19, 1989...daughter of Carmen Marriott and Bob Clark...Major: Health & Human Performance Year 2008 2007 Totals

GP 20 20 40

Career Statistics Sh G A 46 1 5 63 6 7 109 7 12

19

Pts 7 19 26

GWG 0 1 1

Macie

JONES

5-5•Junior, Midfielder Mandeville, LA Fountainebleau High

2008 (Sophomore): played in 20 games and started in four...attempted six shots with two attempts coming against Houston Baptist. 2007 (Freshman): played in 15 games...attempted five shots...SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll...High School: attended Fountainebleau High...member of three-time district champs...state champs (2004)... three time all-district...Club: played for several club teams including the Baton Rouge Soccer Club...played for the New Orleans Soccer Academy (NOSA)...Louisiana Olympic Development Player (ODP) five years... two-time Times Picayune Player of the Week...Personal: Birthdate: Sept. 5, 1988...daughter of Sherri and Frank Jones...Major: Health & Human Performance Year 2008 2007 Totals

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Alana

Sh 6 5 11

Career Statistics G A 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

Lauren

LaLANNE 5-9•Junior, Defender Cypress, TX. Incarnate Word

2008 (Sophomore): played all 20 games and started in 19...scored two goals (at Rice, at Lamar)...attempted five shots...collected her only assists of the season against Jackson State. Pre-McNeese: attended Incarnate Word...played in 22 games...five assists... NCAA Elite 8...Sum Cum Laude (2007)...Dean's List High School: attended Cypress Creak High...all-district, all-region, allstate...academic all state...Olympic Development Player (ODP) three years... Club: Houston Dynamos... Other: Is the older sister of Cowgirl freshman Audrey LaLanne Personal: Birthdate: October 10, 1988...daughter of Donna and Robin LaLanne...Major: English and Mathematics Year 2008 Totals

GP 20 20

Sh 16 16

Career Statistics G A 2 1 2 1

1

Pts 5 5

GWG 0 0

Cassandra

READ

5-10•Sophomore, Goalkeeper Carlsbad, CA. Carlsbad High

Soccer Buzz Most Notable Signee In 2008 2008 (Freshman): played in five games and clocked 299:11 minutes... second on the team with 23 saves...recorded an individual high and tied a season high with 11 saves against Texas A&M. High School: attended Carlsbad High...2007 Player to Watch In California... Soccer Buzz notable signee...Club: FC Bratz (San Diego, CA)...Other: two-time Surf Cup Champ...award winning artist...Personal: Birthdate: March 8, 1990...daughter of Kristin and Philip Read...Major: Arts Year 2008 Totals

GP 5 5

Career Statistics Min. Saves GA 299:11 23 16 299:11 23 16

GAA 4.81 4.81

Sho 1 1

Southland Conference Commissioner Tom Burnett presents the 2009 SLC Tournament runner-up trophy to head coach Scooter Savoie.

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Jana

BARROW

5-7•Sophomore, Forward Lake Charles, LA. Barbe High

5-5•Sophomore, Defender Spring, TX. Klein High

Soccer Buzz Most Notable Signee In 2008 2008 (Freshman): played in all 20 games and started in 17...attempted eight shots...picked up her first collegiate assists against UTSA at the SLC Tournament....High School: attended Klein High ...DECA Academic Club...Club: Texas Soccer Club Challenge 90 "A"...member of seven time South Texas State Championship team...USYSNC Regional Semifinalist (2007)...Top 4 or better in Region III Premier League (2004-07)...DECA Club Member...Personal: Birthdate: September 23, 1990...daughter of Kathy and Terry Manus...Major: Nursing Year 2008 Totals

GP 20 20

Career Statistics Sh G A 8 0 1 8 0 1

15

Pts 1 1

GWG 0 0

2008 (Freshman): played in 10 games as a reserve...atttempted one shot against Nicholls...High School: attended Barbe High where she was a an all-district and all-state selection...member of 2006 and 2008 state finalist team...team captain (2008)...team MVP (2008)...Golden Boot Award... Louisiana All-Academic...Jim Riley award...National Honor Society... Other: member of two time state championship cross country team... member of the state 4x800 relay team...Club: CFC Cyclones... Personal: Birthdate: December 6, 1989...daughter of Sandy and BJ Thompson and Maria and Gary Barrow...Major: Biological Science Year 2008 Totals

GP 10 10

Sh 1 1

Career Statistics G A 0 0 0 0

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Rachel

KEY

5-3•Sophomore, Midfielder Haslet, TX. Northwest High

2008 (Freshman): played in one game and attempted one shot against Nicholls...High School: attended Northwest High where she was a four year letterwinner...all-district...lead team in scoring and assists...member of FFA Quiz team...Club: Dallas Texans...North Texas ODP (1 yr.)...played in the International Panda Cup...Personal: Birthdate: April 21, 1990... daughter of Robin and Kelly Key...Major: Animal Science Year 2008 Totals

GP 1 1

Sh 1 1

Career Statistics G A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0

GWG 0 0

Pts 0 0

GWG 0 0

Jordan

PICOU

5-4•Sophomore, Forward Houma, LA Vandebilt Catholic

2008 (Freshman): played in 18 games...scored her first collegiate and Cowgirls' only goal against Texas State in the SLC Tournament championship game...attempted 10 shots on the season...credited with one assist...High School: attended Vandebilt Catholic where she was a four time all-district and all-state selection...2008 Division II MVP...ranked second in her senior class of 168...National Honor Society (4 yrs.)...Club: Lafreniere Sting 90-NOSA...member of three time state championship team...RPL Champs (2005)...Crossroads of the South Champs (2006)... Blues City Blowout Champs (2004)...Regional semifinals...Personal: Birthdate: March 16, 1990...daughter of Lisa and Thomas Picou...Major: Chemical Engineering Year 2008 Totals

GP 18 18

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Career Statistics G A 1 1 1 1

Pts 3 3

GWG 0 0

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LaLANNE

2008 (Freshman): played in and started in all 20 games in her first collegiate season...fourth on the team with 25 shots...first career goal was the game winning goal against Nicholls...credited with one assist... High School: attended Cypress Creek High where she was a four year starter...three-time first team all-district...lead team in goals and assists (2007)...team captain (2008)...two time all-Greater Houston (first team)... member of 17-5A district champs (2005, '07)...Regional Finalist (2007)... district runners-up (2006)...Club: TSC Challenge 90...seven years of ODP experience...Region III Pool (3 yrs.)...Top 4 or better in Region III Premier League...member of seven time South Texas State Champs...USYSNC Regional semifinalist (2007)...South Texas Women's Select Team (2006, 07)...Personal: Birthdate: January 2, 1990...daughter of Donna and Robin LaLanne...Major: Biology Year 2008 Totals

GP 20 20

2

Career Statistics Sh G A 25 1 1 25 1 1

Pts 3 3

2008 (Freshman): played in five games and 34:19 minutes as a reserve... played a season high 12:22 minutes at Oklahoma State...High School: attended Sam Houston High...recorded 44 career shutouts...three time all-district...all-state freshman team...team captain...member of 2004 state finalists team...member of 2005 state runners-up team...third place in state tournament (2006)...member of volleyball and track teams...Honor Roll... Beta Club...Student Council...Other: daughter of McNeese State basketball Hall of Famer, John Rudd...Club: played for the CFC Cyclones...ODP (3 yrs.)...Personal: Birthdate: July 6, 1990...daughter of Alison and John Rudd...Major: Health & Human Performance Year 2008 Totals

TUE

5-5•Freshman, Midfielder/Def. Highland Village, TX. Marcus High

High School: attended Marcus High where she was a three year letterwinner...member of the 2007 state semifinalist team...three-time all-district...team MVP (2006)...scored 16 career goals...honor roll...NHS Outstanding Member award...Other: sister of former Cowgirl and current assistant coach Kyra McDonough...Personal: Birthdate: November 22, 1990...daughter of Shelley and Paul Tue...Major: Engineering

TUE'S FAVORITES Sports Figure: John Parker Wilson Pro Team: Dallas Cowboys Ice Cream: half baked Pre-Game Ritual: PGP If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: Matthew McConaughey's wife The most influential person in my life has been: parents

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GWG 1 1

Kaitlin

Career Statistics Min. Saves GA 34:19 0 1 34:19 0 1

GAA 2.62 2.62

Sho 0 0

Sarah

LOWDON

5-7•Freshman, Midfielder Newcastle, England Mississippi State

Is a transfer from Mississippi State...High School: prepped at Newcastle United and Gateshead College Preparatory School...played high school soccer for Whickham School...scouted to play for Newcastle United at age 12 while captaining Gateshead...played for the United U14 squad which won the President's Cup...moved to the reserve team at age 15, becoming the youngest player to be selected to the squad...advanced to the quarterfinals of the Umbro Cup...earned most improved player honors for Northumbria in 2006-07 before returning to Newcastle and led the squad to the NFA Cup...scored 20 goals and 25 assists in her dour seasons of club soccer with Newcastle and Northumbria...helped the Gateshead team to an unbeaten record and the league championship in 2006-07...repeated at the league champion and the semifinals of the Champions Cup...scored five goals and dished out eight assist in her sophomore season...named Student of the Year in 2008...captained Joanne Suddes' soccer team at Whickham for four years, earning best sportswoman and best soccer player in 2006... Personal: Birthdate: October 23, 1989...daughter of Deborah and Stephen Lowdon...Major: Health & Human Performance

LOWDON'S FAVORITES

Sports Figure: Steve Gerrard Pro Team: Newcastle United Ice Cream: chocolate Pre-Game Ritual: eat and sleep well If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: The Queen of England The most influential person in my life has been: my mom and dad

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RUDD

5-8•Sophomore, Goalkeeper Lake Charles, LA Sam Houston High

5-10•Sophomore, Midfielder Cypress, TX. Cypress High

Soccer Buzz Most Notable Signee In 2008

Ashley

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HOPSON

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5-4•Freshman, Forward Houston, TX. Troy University

Is a transfer from Troy University...High School: attended Klein Oak High...named Houston Chronicle Newcomer of the Year her freshman season...named offensive MVP as a freshman and sophomore...won first place district honors in track, and cross country as a seventh and eighth grader...Club: played for TSC Challenge '90...ODP: South Texas State Team...Personal: Birthdate: June 4, 1990...daughter of Palvi and Charles Hopson...grandaughter of Shirley Hopson...Major: undecided

HOPSON'S FAVORITES Sports Figure: Lance Armstrong Pro Team: Houston Rockets Ice Cream: chocolate Pre-Game Ritual: listen to music If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: noone in particular The most influential person in my life has been: grandparents

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Jordan

LEINWEAVER 5-6•Freshman, Defender Carrollton, TX. Hebron High

High School: attended Hebron High...member of three-time regional finalist team ('06-08)...district champs ('08)...three-time all-district...team captain... Club: played for American Eagles, Spirit and FC Dallas...Southern regional finalist ('06, '08)...Lake Highlands Grand champions...Premier League West Champs ('08)...State Cup finalist ('08)...State Cup Champions ('06)... National Society of High School Scholars...vote "most dependable" by her senior class...Student Council...Students against destructive decisions (SADD)...spirit group leader...Other: dad played football at New Mexico... Personal: Birthdate: December 21, 1990...daughter of Susan and Ed Leinweaver...Major: Physical Therapy

LEINWEAVER'S FAVORITES Sports Figure: David Beckham Pro Team: New York Giants Ice Cream: cookies and cream Pre-Game Ritual: listen to music If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: Reese Witherspoon The most influential person in my life has been: my parents

Katie

SEEBER

5-10•Freshman, Goalkeeper Grand Prairie, TX. Grand Prairie High

High School: attended Grand Prairie High where she was a four year letterwinner...two time all-district...two time goalkeeper of the year...team captain her senior year...first team academic all-district...Great Texas Scholar...honor roll...Duke Scholar...National Honor Society...student council...ranked in the Top 5% of her class...Club: played for the D'Fenders 91...won several tournaments and was a semifinalist at the Adidas Women's Invitational...Personal: Birthdate: February 14, 1991...daughter of Cindy and Steve Seeber...Major: Exercise Science

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Megan

ROGERS

5-3•Freshman, Midfielder/Def. Highland Village, TX. Lewisville High

High School: attended Lewisville High where she was a four year letterwinner...starter all four years...two tiem all-district...2008 offensive MVP...Club: played for FC Dallas 91...Premier League Champs (2008)... regional finalist (2008)...state champs (2006)...Personal: Birthdate: September 23, 1990...daughter of Stacey and Rodney Rogers...Major: Biology

SEEBER'S FAVORITES

ROGERS' FAVORITES

Sports Figure: Cristiano Ronaldo Pro Team: Texas Rangers Ice Cream: rocky road Pre-Game Ritual: listen to music If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: Victoria Beckham The most influential person in my life has been: my parents

Sports Figure: Michelle Akers Pro Team: Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Mavericks Ice Cream: chocolate chip cookie dough Pre-Game Ritual: listen to music If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: my parents The most influential person in my life has been: my mom

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DEJONGHE

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5-5•Freshman, Midfielder/Def. Tucson, AZ. Salpointe Catholic High

High School: prepped at Salpointe Catholic High...honor roll...AZ interscholastic association scholar athlete honor roll (2005-07)...Club: played for Tuscon Soccer Academy...starting midfielder...Region IV National Champions...2009 team and Brandon Bean Tournament MVP... three time 5A Division 1 Southern AZ Regional Tournament Champions...5A Division 1 Region scoring leader (2008)...Personal: Birthdate: April 4, 1991...daughter of Cathy and Tim DeJonghe...Major: Nursing

DEJONGHE'S FAVORITES Sports Figure: LeBron James Pro Team: didn't list Ice Cream: chocolate chip cookie dough Pre-Game Ritual: didn't list If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: didn't list The most influential person in my life has been: my brother

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Brittany

SANDERS

SANDERS' FAVORITES Sports Figure: did not list any Pro Team: Dallas Mavericks Ice Cream: chocolate Pre-Game Ritual: eat waffles and drink chocolate milk If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: Jennifer Aniston The most influential person in my life has been: my parents

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ZWAHR

5-11•Freshman, Midfielder/Def. Brenham, TX. Brenham High

High School: Brenham High where she was a four year letterwinner...three tme all-district...2008 TASCO all-region team...team captain her junior and senior years...Indedpendence Cup MVP...three time academic all-district... National Honor Society...Young Life Leader...Other: three year volleyball letterwinner...2008 tournament MVP...Personal: Birthdate: May 8, 1990... daughter of Shannon and Troy Zwahr...Major: Athletic Training

ZWAHR'S FAVORITES Sports Figure: didn't list Pro Team: didn't list Ice Cream: vanilla Pre-Game Ritual: didn't list If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: didn't list The most influential person in my life has been: my mom

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5-5•Freshman, Forward Arlington, TX. Martin High

High School: attended Martin High where she was a four year letterwinner... member of the three-time district championship teams...member of the 2008 regional championship team...member of the 2006 and 2007 regional quarterfinal teams...all-district...honor roll...Club: played for the Sting and D'Feeters 91...2007 regionals with the Sting...2008 D2 champs with the D'Feeters...Personal: Birthdate: October 2, 1990...daughter of Brenda and Eddie Sanders...Major: Business

Lindsey

Emily

JOHNSON

5-4•Freshman, Defender Allen, TX. Allen High

High School: attended Allen High where she was a four year letterwinner... three-time all-district...defensive MVP (2007)...district champs (2006)... regional semifinals (2007 and 2008)...bi-district champs (2009)...academic all-state (2009)...Personal: Birthdate: September 11, 1990...daughter of Lisa and Tom Johnson...Major: Nursing

JOHNSON'S FAVORITES Sports Figure: Dirk Nowitzki Pro Team: Dallas Mavericks Ice Cream: homemade Blue Bell vanilla Pre-Game Ritual: PGP, eating two hours before game, putting on

my soccer gear a certain way If I could switch places with anybody for one day, it would be: a heart surgeon The most influential person in my life has been: my parents

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ACHIEVEMENTS

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2008

The 2008 Cowgirls broke several school records (team and individual) including most consecutive wins and longest winning streak. The Cowgirls continued their undefeated regular season home record and advance to the Southland Conference Championship game for the third straight year.

ON THE FIELD •-Southland Conference Runners-Up •-played in the Southland Conference Tournament Championship game for the third straight year •-posted an 11-8-1 overall record •-posted a 6-2-1 SLC record •-undefeated at home during the regular season (4-0-1) for the second straight year •-six all-SLC selections •-SLC Player of the Year (Kamryn Koch) •-four SLC all-tournament selections •- three all-Louisiana selections •-Louisiana Player of the Year (Kamryn Koch/2007,'08) •-McNeese State Athlete of the Year (Kamryn Koch)

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ACHIEVEMENTS

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IN THE CLASSROOM

The Cowgirl Way is about winning in everything you do, whether it is on the field or in the classroom. In 2008 the Cowgirls continued to excel in the classroom with 20 players earning a 3.0 GPA or better. Kamryn Koch earned her second straight Southland Conference Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year award and was named to the NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-South Region team as a second team selection.

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•-Southland Conference Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year (Kamryn Koch/second straight year) •-Kamryn Koch was named to the NSCAA/Adidas Scholar AllSouth Region second team •-Five Southland Conference All-Academic Selections (most of all teams) •-Two ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District picks •-11 players named to the President's List (3.5+ GPA) •-Nine players named to the Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) •-Cumulative team GPA of 3.32

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McNeese State University

In 1938, Louisiana founded McNeese State University, then known as the Lake Charles Junior College, as a division of Louisiana State University. The opening session of the college began on September 11, 1939. The following fall, the school changed its name to John McNeese Junior College to honor John McNeese, a renowned South-west Louisiana educator and the first superintendent of schools in Imperial Calcasieu Parish. In 1950 McNeese became a four-year college in its own right and came under the authority of the Louisiana Board of Education. Finally, in 1970, McNeese State University became the official name of the school. The University provides opportunities for continuing education in support of its mission to value lifelong learning. As a member of the University of Louisiana System and a selective admissions institution, McNeese offers degrees through six academic colleges: Business, Education, Engineering and Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, and Science. McNeese’s student body comprises over 8,500 students from throughout Louisiana, the United States, and approximately 50 countries. McNeese’s athletic programs are NCAA-certified for competition at I-AA and I-A levels. The soccer team won the school's first ever conference tournament title and appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 2006. The McNeese State University campus in Lake Charles, Louisiana features 68 buildings on 500 acres dotted with live oak trees and azalea bushes. The McNeese community continues to use the three original structures - Kaufman Hall, Ralph O. Ward Memorial Gym (the Arena), and Francis G. Bulber Auditorium. Bulber Auditorium, a striking example of Art Deco architecture, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. McNeese State University upholds a long tradition of service to the Southwest Louisiana community and the nation. The University’s motto of “Excellence with a Personal Touch” extends beyond the classroom to offering help to others in times of need. During World War II, the campus was the headquarters of the Louisiana Maneuvers, an extensive military exercise to prepare American soldiers for battle. In 1957, the McNeese community gave aid and comfort to the victims of Hurricane Audrey and served as the National Guard’s base of rescue operations. McNeese provided shelter for New Orleans residents and university students fleeing Hurricane Katrina in 2005. McNeese faced one of its greatest challenges when Hurricane Rita struck in the fall that same year. The storm caused devastating damage to campus facilities and infrastructure. The recovery effort after Hurricane Rita showed the community of Southwest Louisiana the high caliber of McNeese faculty, staff, and students in their commitment to complete the semester and move forward in support of the core values of academic excellence, student success, fiscal responsibility, and university/community alliances.

Dr. Robert Hebert President POINTS OF EXCELLENCE

•-McNeese is the first public university in the state to offer a concentration in Forensic Chemistry. •-McNeese offers a concentration in Terrorism, Preparedness and Security that is one of the first of its kind in the nation. •-McNeese has been rated as one of the top schools in the nation for the individual attention students receive from MSU faculty in the College Catalog published by Newsweek. Other well-known names on that list are Harvard and Stanford Universities. •-McNeese now has seven Senior Fulbright Scholars on its faculty that have traveled to Greece, Finland, Moldova, Romania, Rwanda, China, and Korea. •-The College of Nursing is nationally accredited by the National League of Nursing and continually has a high passing rated on the nursing licensing examination. The BSN passage rate for the Spring 2006 was 94.2% and 98% for Fall 2006. •-Approximately 66% of our faculty holds terminal masters or doctoral degrees. •-McNeese, along with Calcasieu Parish Schools, have been named a "Promethean Center of Excellence" by Promethean, a company who uses whiteboard technology in business and educational settings. This consortium of schools represents the only one of its kind in the nation and will serve as a national model for technology integration in both public schools and university settings. •-Our medical school acceptance average over the last seven years is 56% which is above the national average of 46%. Two of the past seven years have seen 100% acceptance. •-The College of Business has an internship program which places students nationwide. •-The College of Business also regularly sends students to Paris' Ecole Superieure Libre de Sciences Commerciales Appliques as part of our study abroad program. •-McNeese now offers a degree in Athletic Training.

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"Excellence With A Personal Touch"

McNeese Facts

Location: Lake Charles, La. Founded: September, 1939 Enrollment: 8,784 Campus: 99-acre main campus, 402-acre MSU farm, a 65acre athletic plant and student apartment complex, Louisiana Environmental Research Center McNeese has been rated as one of the top schools in the nation for the individual attention students and Burton Coliseum. receive from MSU faculty in the College Catalog published by Newsweek. Other well-known names on Mascot: Cowboys that list are Harvard and Stanford Universities. School Colors: Blue and Gold At McNeese, almost 9,000 students can choose from more than 80 degree programs offered by the Colleges of Business, Education, Engineering and Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Science, the Division of General and Basic Studies, and the Dore' School of Graduate Studies. There are students from 34 states and 49 countries that attend McNeese State University.

* Accounting * Business Administration * Economics * Finance * Management * Marketing

* Electronics * Engineering * Instrumentation * Mechanical Engineering * Petroleum Services * Process Plant Technology * Technology

BURTON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

* Art Education * Economic Education * Education * Educational Leadership * Educational Psychology * Educational Leadership and Instructional Technology * Educational technology * Health and Human Performance * Library Science * Office Systems and Business Communication * Physical Science * Psychology * Special Education

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

* Chemical Engineering * Civil Engineering * Electrical Engineering

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* Anthropology * Art * Art Education * Criminal Justice * English * Foreign Languages * French * Geography * Government * Greek * History * Humanities * Latin * Mass Communication * Music * Music Education * Music Ensembles * Paralegal * Philosophy * Piano * Religious Studies * Social Sciences * Sociology * Spanish * Speech

* Theatre * Women's Studies

COLLEGE OF NURSING * Associate Degree Program * Bachelor Degree Program * Masters Degree Program

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

* Agriculture Economics * Agriculture Engineering * Agriculture * Agronomy * Animal Science * Biology * Chemistry * Clinical Laboratory Science * Computer Studies * Computing Science * Environmental Science * Family and Consumer Science * Forestry * Geology * Mathematics * Microbiology * Physical Science * Physics * Radiological Technology * Statistics * Wildlife Management

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STATE OF LOUISIANA

The state of Louisiana is conveniently organized into five distinct regions (Greater New Orleans, Cajun Country, Plantation Country, Crossroads, Sportsman's Paradise, each offering a different Nickname: The Pelican State experience. It’s part of the cultural geography that makes this a great Admitted to Union: April 30, 1812 place to live. State Colors: Gold, White, Blue Louisiana is one of the nation's largest producers of cotton, State Bird: Brown Pelican sugarcane, rice, sweet potatoes and pecans. State Dog: Catahoula Leopard The state is also a major producer of soybeans and corn. The State Tree: Bald Cypress State Flower: Magnolia biggest land-based industry in the state is forestry, with an economic impact from paper-making and wood products greater than all other crops combined. Poultry is the largest livestock industry, followed by dairy and beef cattle. Louisiana is also the nation's largest producer of alligator hides and crawfish. Louisiana's approximately 3,650 manufacturing units employ some 190,000 wage and salary workers whose annual earnings are $1.9 billion. The state annually produces nearly five billion dollars worth of products, including petroleum, chemicals, plastics, clothing, wood products, industrial alcohol, wallboard, cement, seafood, glass, drugs and many more. Louisiana has a semi-tropical climate. Variations in daily temperature are determined by distances from the Gulf of Mexico and, to a lesser degree, by differences in elevation. The average annual temperature for the state as a whole is 67.4. January is the coldest month (average 50.7), and July and August the warmest (average 82). Snow is rare in southern Louisiana, but occasionally falls are recorded in the northern parts of the state. Average annual rainfall is 55.45 inches.

Quick Facts

The state capitol building, located in Baton Rouge, is the tallest capitol building in the nation at 34 stories.

LAKE CHARLES

The first people to settle the lake were Mr. and Mrs. LeBleu of Bordeaux, France. They arrived in 1781 and secured their home six miles east of the present site of Lake Charles, living in peaceful coexistence with several tribes of Indians. This area originally settled by the LeBleu's is now known as LeBleu Settlement. Other pioneers quickly ventured to Lake Charles. Among them was Charles Sallier who married LeBleu's daughter, Catherine. The Sallier's built their home on the lake, in the area now known as Lake Charles. After Charles Sallier built his home in this area, the lake became known as Charlie's Lake. By 1860 this area was being called "Charleston" or "Charles Town." Settlers at the turn of the century acquired property from the Indians or they homesteaded the Rio Hondo lands. The Rio Hondo which flowed through Lake Charles was later called Quelqueshue, an Indian term meaning "Crying Eagle" and still later Calcasieu. Little is known of these early residents except that they were a mixture of English, French, Spanish and Dutch. On March 7, 1861, Lake Charles was incorporated as the town of Charleston, Louisiana. The growth of the city was fairly slow until Captain Daniel Goos came in 1855. He established a lumber mill and schooner dock, now Goosport, and promoted a profitable trade with Texas and Mexican ports by sending his schooner down-river into the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the wood which built the city came from Goos' mill. Until the arrival of Goos, Jacob Ryan dominated the lumber industry. Ryan convinced the state government to move the parish seat to Lake Charles. Later that year, Ryan and Samuel Kirby transferred the parish courthouse and jail to Lake Charles, at that time called Charleston. Six years after the city was incorporated, dissatisfaction over the name Charleston arose. On March 16, 1867, Charleston, Louisiana, was incorporated into the town of Lake Charles.

The City of Lake Charles is conveniently located on Interstate-10 between Houston, TX and New Orleans, LA. Population: 71,757 Our sandy beaches are nestled on the Square Miles: 43.105 Calcasieu River just 30 miles upstream from the Gulf of Mexico. Lake Charles Square Acres: 27,587 is connected to the Gulf by means of a Distance From Major Cities deep-water ship channel and is the seat Atlanta: 670.2 miles and port of entry of Calcasieu Parish. Baton Rouge: 129.4 miles It is no mystery why Lake Charles Dallas: 358.8 miles and Southwest Louisiana are referred to Houston: 142.8 miles as the "Festival Capital of Louisiana." New Orleans: 205.2 miles With more than 75 fairs, festivals and special events each year, our area has celebrations down to an art form - complete with food, music, lights and laughter. Contraband Days is one of Louisiana’s largest festivals and the City of Lake Charles' oldest festival. Contraband Days is a 12-day festival/carnival extravaganza filled with savory cajun food, family fun and festivities, and is attended by over 200,000 people annually. Each year during the first two weeks in May the city officially celebrates the legend of the pirate Jean Lafitte with its Contraband Days celebration. History tells us that Lafitte and his band of pirates once sailed the area's waterways and are said to have buried Lafitte's Contraband treasure somewhere in the vicinity of the lake. The festivities kick off every year with a pirate ship bombardment to "take control of the city" at the seawall of the Lake Charles Civic Center. A gang of rowdy and unruly buccaneers led by Jean Lafitte himself overruns the blazing cannons of the local militia, raises their "Jolly Roger" flag, captures the Mayor and forces him - with swords drawn - to walk the plank into the swirling waters of the lake.

Quick Facts

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Tommy MCCLELAND Athletic Director

•- native of Basile, LA and former all-state football player •- football letterwinner, receiving undergraduate degree in General Studies and graduate degree in Sports Administration from Northwestern State •- graduate assistant at Northwestern State and assistant at the Southland Conference office. •- one of the youngest athletic directors in the nation when named at McNeese State •- helped raise more than $2.5 million for renovation and construction of McNeese athletic facilities •- school record 8,000 football season tickets in 2008

McNeese athletic director Tommy McClelland and wife Jessica •- named one of Southwest Louisiana’s Top 10 business leaders under the age of 40

Tommy McClelland is the seventh athletic director at McNeese State's 69 year history. He officially moved up from an interim position to full-time in the Spring of 2008 and on the occasion of his hire, McNeese President Dr. Robert Hebert said “Tommy is energetic, enthusiastic and a hard worker. We believe that he is the person to lead our athletics department as athletics director.” The Basile native and Northwestern State graduate, was quick out of the box. He formulated and drove home a two week travel plan that brought McNeese athletics to communities in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. And, he put together a "Partner with the Pokes" program for businesses. In the short time he has served as the athletic director, more than $2.5 million in renovation and construction has been applied to the facilities with the turfing of Cowboy Stadium field and the completion of the Hodges Street field house. . The addition of seating and team area improvements at the soccer field, covered seating behind home plate at the softball field along with the renovation of the baseball facilitiesfield, stands, dressing room, fieldhouse was also completed. Following the 2009 football season, the construction of a new $8 million Jack Doland fieldhouse will get underway. The department also conducted the most successful football season ticket campaign in school history in 2008, selling more than 8,000 season tickets. In the summer of 2008, McClelland was named as one of Southwest Louisiana's "Top 10 under 40" business leaders by the local magazine, the Times of Lake Charles. A native of Basile, McClelland is a graduate of Northwestern State where he was a football (H-back and deep snapper) and track (javelin) letterwinner. In high school at Basile High he earned all-state football honors and was the district's defensive MVP his senior year. Prior to being named McNeese athletic director, he served the - 22 -

university as coordinator of athletic events, sales and marketing. McClelland, who holds both a bachelor and master degree from Northwestern State, was also a graduate assistant in the athletics department at Northwestern State and worked at the Southland Conference office, assisting with championship events and securing corporate sponsorships.

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McNeese State University Athletics Department It's an exciting time to be part of McNeese State Athletics. A new administration has brought a fresh idea while being committed to maintaining a winning tradition of McNeese athletics. New facilities and facility upgrades are in progress with more being planned. Cowboy and Cowgirl athletic teams have always been well supported by the community, but now more than ever there is electricity in the air and things only look to get better. In 2007 two teams (soccer, football) won Southland Conference Championships with soccer going undefeated at home and football going undefeated during the regular season. Volleyball lost only one match at home that season while Track and Field saw one of its athletes win the NCAA Indoor Pole Vault National title. In 2008, the soccer team posted an undefeated regular season home record and played in the SLC Tournament Championship game for the third straight year. Kamryn Koch was named the Southland Conference and Louisiana's Player of the Year as well as McNeese's Athlete of the Year. The women's basketball team, under the direction of head coach Brooks Donald Williams returned to the Southland Conference Tournament for the second straight year. The softball team under first year head coach Natalie Poole finished second in the league race and finished second at the Southland Conference Tournament. The Cowboys and Cowgirls excelled in the classroom as well, posting a conference best 70 student-athletes to the Commissioner's Honor Roll in the Fall of 2008.

The most recent improvement to Cowgirl Field were installation of lights prior to the 2009 season

RECENT FACILITY UPGRADES •- Lights for Cowgirl Field (Soccer) •- Covered team areas for Cowgirl Field (Soccer) •- New bleachers at Cowgirl Field (Soccer) •- Covered seating behind home plate at Cowgirl Diamond •- Hodges Street Field House for Soccer and Softball •- New artificial synthetic replicated turf at Cowboy Stadium •- Canopy over the stairwell on the North end of Cowboy Stadium •- New grandstand at Cowboy Diamond •- New bleachers in Memorial Gym •- Chairback seating behind home plate at Cowgirl Diamond

McNeese State University sponsors sixteen (16) sports that compete in the prestigious Southland Conference. The football team is a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, while all other sports compete as a NCAA Division I member. 2007 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPS

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ACADEMIC

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SERVICES

The Athletic Academic Center provides academic, educational, career, and personal support for the more than 300 student-athletes at McNeese State University. The goal of the Academic Center is to assist in the development of every student-athlete while providing them with the skills necessary for success both on the field and in the classroom. Studentathletes have access to tutors, computers, individualized study areas, and group study opportunities.


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SPORTS MEDICINE

Jim "Doc" Murphy Head Trainer

J.D. Boudreaux Assistant Trainer

Malia Garza Assistant Trainer

McNeese State's Dowell "Doc" Fontenot Sports Medicine Center is an ultra-modern facility and one of the most finest in the South. It is named after longtime McNeese athletic trainer Dowell Fontenot who was also a national champion boxer during his undergraduate days at the university and is a member of the McNeese Hall of Fame. The center is located South of the McNeese athletic fieldhouse. Funds for the 6,200 square foot medical center were obtained from the state, private donations and the McNeese State PetroChem Athletic Association.

WEIGHT ROOM

Zeb Hawkins Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Chris Smith Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Zeb Hawkins and Chris Smith serve as McNeese State's strength and conditioning coaches. Hawkins is in his fifth season as head coach and Smith is in his third season as assistant. Both coaches are graduates of Northwestern State. The facility is named in honor of Charles Kuehn, McNeese State's first All-American. The weight room is located in the fieldhouse at the Jack Doland Athletic Complex. It has 2,000 square feet of workout space and 15,200 pounds of weights. There is 13,200 pounds of free weights and 2,000 pounds of dumbells along with 30 workout stations- eight Olympic lifting platforms, eight squat racks, eight bench press stations, two leg presses, two leg curls and two lat pull downs- all of the machines by Body Masters.

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Student Housing

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Amenities

• 2 bedroom and 4 bedroom units available • fully furnished • Hi-speed internet in each bedroom • Cable in all rooms • Study Desk in each bedroom • All bills paid (These features available in garden style only) • Ceiling fan in living room • Washer and Dryer • Microwave oven • Frost-free refrigerator w/ice-maker • Dishwasher & disposal

Clubhouse Amenities

• Residential Life Center w/TV and Stereo • Game Tables • Computer lab w/hi-speed internet • Private Study Areas • Copier

Community Amenities

• Handicap-Accesible Units • Resident Matching System • Planned Resident activities

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"Dorm" living at McNeese means beautiful suites with separate living rooms and bedrooms. It means the option of having your own bedroom and never having to trek down the hall to wait in line for your turn in the community shower. It means having a fully furnished new home with internet and cable in every room and never being late to class because there weren't enough parking spots. It means everything you need is within easy walking distance. More than anything else, dorm living at McNeese means you have a new home away from home.

WELCOME HOME!!!

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SOCCER

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FACILITIES

The Hodges Street Fieldhouse opened its doors on June 18, 2008 and serves home to Cowgirl soccer and softball. The 5,400 square foot facility is located on the South side of the softball field and consist of eight offices three for soccer coaches, three for softball coaches, one administrative assistant and a workroom. The facility is also equipped with two locker rooms with showers and restrooms. The soccer locker room is located on the south side. The facility is also equipped with a training area and laundry room that is shared by both programs. The lobby area of the field house is complete with an inviting waiting area, complete with a glass trophy case. One of the features of the facility is the stateof-the-art conference room and players lounge. In this room student-athletes will have the opportunity to complete study hours on one of the computers or relax with teammates as they watch the flat screen television. The conference room will also be used for press conferences for softball and women’s soccer. McNeese State plays all its home games at Cowgirl Field located between Common and Hodges Street one block away from campus. Cowgirl Field has seen a dramatic face lift over the years. Prior to the 2006 season, a new Daktronics scoreboard was installed on the North end of the field. The new scoreboard allows for more up-to-date information for fans in attendance. Prior to the 2008 season, new bleachers were installed that will allow fans a more inviting and comforting way to watch Cowgirl soccer. With the new bleachers came a concrete walkway that comes with a side of Cowgirl attitude. In the walkway, fans will notice real horse shoes that help identify the strength of the Cowgirl soccer team. At the end of the 2008 season, concrrete covered team areas were built. The most recent improvement to the field is the installation of lights which were installed Aug.

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2009 SLC Tournament November 5-8 Natchitoches, LA. Hosted by Northwestern State

2009 PRESEASON POLLS

Head Coaches

1. Texas State (8) 2. Stephen F. Austin (1) 3. UTSA 4. Northwestern State 4. McNeese State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Lamar 8. Sam Houston State 9. Central Arkansas 10. Nicholls

Sports Information Directors 1. Texas State (9) 2. Stephen F. Austin 3. UTSA 4. Northwestern State 5. McNeese State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Sam Houston State 8. Lamar 9. Central Arkansas 10. Nicholls ( )- First Place Votes

Southland Conference Tournament

(9 Tournament Appearances) 2008 (Lake Charles, LA/Ward 3 Complex) def. Texas-San Antonio (3-1) lost 2-1 to Texas State (championship game) 2007 ( Natchitoches, LA) def. Southeastern La. (1-0) loss 3-0 to Stephen F. Austin (championship game) 2006 (Natchitoches, LA)

def. Stephen F. Austin (3-2 OT) def. Texas-San Antonio (1-0) def. Texas State 1-0 (Championship game) 2005 (Natchitoches, LA)

loss 3-1 to Texas State

2003 (Natchitoches, LA)

loss 3-0 to Texas State

2000 (Natchitoches, LA)

loss 4-2 to Northwestern State 1999 (Nacogdoches, TX)

Tom Burnett Commissioner

loss 2-0 to Texas State

1998 (Nacogdoches, TX)

def. Nicholls State (4-0) loss 3-0 to Stephen F. Austin 1997 (Nacogdoches, TX)

loss 2-0 to Southeastern La.

NCAA Tournament (1 Appearance)

Todd Lamb Director of Media Services

Jimmy Glenn Ass't Director of Media Services

2006 (College Station, TX.)

loss 2-0 to Southern Methodist

2008 FINAL STANDINGS Team *Texas State McNeese State Stephen F. Austin UTSA Southeastern La. Northwestern St. Sam Houston St. Lamar Central Arkansas Nicholls

SLC W-L Pct. 7-0-2 .889 6-2-1 .722 6-2-1 .722 6-2-1 .722 5-4-0 .556 4-4-1 .500 4-5-0 .444 2-6-1 .278 1-7-1 .167 0-9-0 .000

Overall W-L Pct 13-4-4 .714 11-8-1 .575 9-7-2 .556 10-10-1 .500 11-6-2 .676 9-9-2 .500 9-7-0 .562 4-11-1 .281 3-12-1 .219 2-16-0 .111

*-Regular Season and Tournament Champ

SLC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Lake Charles, La. First Round No. 4 Stephen F. Austin 2, No. 5 SE La. 3 No. 3 UTSA 1, No. 6 NW State 0

Semifinals No. 1 Texas State 1, No. 5 SE La. 0 No. 2 McNeese State 3, No. 3 UTSA 1 Championship No. 1 Texas State 2, No. 2 McNeese State 1

NCAA WOMEN'S CUP

College Station, Texas Texas A&M 5, Texas State 2

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Coaches Composite Record Coach Scooter Savoie Ryan Livengood Tony Shard

Yrs. 10 2 1

W 69 11 5

L 99 24 13

T 18 2 1

Reg. Season Pct. Titles .419 1 (2007) .351 .289

SLC Tourn. 6-7 0-1 -

SLC Tourn. Titles 1 (2006)

NCAA Appearance 1 (2006)

COWGIRL FIRSTS (Since 1996)

First Win:

vs. NW State (3-0, 1996)

Fisrt Undefeated Home Record 8-0-2 (2007)

First SLC Title 2007 Southland Conference Co-Champs

2007 (co-champs)

First SLC Tournament Title

2006 (played in San Marcos, TX.)

First NCAA Appearance

2006 (L 2-0 to SMU, College Station, TX.)

First Loss:

vs. Stephen F. Austin (1-7, 1996)

First Road Win:

at NW State (3-0, 1996)

First Road Loss:

at Texas Christian (0-13, 1996)

First Home Win:

vs. Loyola (N.O.) (4-1, 1996)

First Home Loss: Ryan Livengood (2 yrs.)

vs. Stephen F. Austin (1-7, 1997) Tony Shard (1 yr.)

First Overtime win:

vs. Vermont (2-1, 1998)

First Overtime Loss: vs. Belmont (0-1, 1997)

First Shutout win:

vs. NW State (3-0, 1996)

First Shutout Loss:

vs. Texas Christian (0-13, 1996)

First Home Shutout win: vs. Nicholls State (4-0, 1998)

First Home Shutout Loss:

vs. Southeastern La. (1-0, 1997)

First Road Shutout win:

at Northwestern State (3-0, 1996)

First Road Shutout Loss:

at Texas Christian (0-13, 1996)

2007

First Goal Scored:

Jamie Wehner vs. NW State (1996)

UNDEFEATED AT HOME

The 2007 team posted the first undefeated home record in school history with a 8-0-2 record. The 2008 team followed that up with the Cowgirls second undefeated regular season home record at 4-0-1 Coaches Records YEAR 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

COACH Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Ryan Livengood Ryan Livengood Tony Shard Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie Scooter Savoie

W-L-T 2-11-0 4-15-1 7-9-2 9-6-4 7-13-1 4-11-1 5-13-1 5-13-2 4-14-1 5-11-1 10-7-2 12-5-4 11-8-1

PCT. .154 .225 .445 .579 .357 .281 .289 .300 .237 .324 .579 .667 .550

SLC --2-3-1 3-3-2 6-2-4 5-6-1 4-7-1 4-7-1 4-7-1 2-9-1 2-4-1 3-4-1 7-1-1 6-2-1

FINISH

TITLE

3rd 4th 2nd 4th 6th 6th 6th 7th 6th 6th T-1st (co-champs 2nd

Postseason (Round) No SLC Tournament SLC Tourn. (semifinal) SLC Tourn. (semifinal) SLC Tourn. (semifinal) SLC Tourn. (semifinal) ----SLC Tourn. (semifinal) --SLC Tourn. (first round) SLC Tourn. Champs/NCAA Tourn. SLC Tourn. Runners-Up SLC Tourn. Runners-Up

First Assists:

Laurie Templet vs. NW State (1996)

First Hat Trick:

Brenna Abbitt vs. Troy State (1998)

First Goalie Save:

Julie Greenburg vs. NW State (1996)

First Goalie Shutout:

Giavanna DelFatti vs. Samford (3-0, 1997) HOME 1-3-0 2-6-0 1-5-2 6-1-1 3-4-1 2-4-0 3-4-0 3-4-1 2-7-0 3-0-0 3-3-0 8-0-2 4-0-1

AWAY 1-8-0 2-7-1 3-4-0 3-4-3 4-7-0 2-7-1 2-7-1 2-6-1 2-6-1 2-8-0 4-3-1 3-4-2 4-7-0

NEUTRAL 0-0-0 0-2-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-3-0 3-1-1 1-1-0 3-1-0

MVP not presented not presented Julie Greenburg Joy Keating Jennifer Aune Not Presented Helen Kibby Toni Deason, Ashley Viscariello Ashley Viscariello Renee Landers Renee Landers/Cynthia Torres Renee Landers Kamryn Koch

Soccer Became A Southland Conference Sponsored Sport In 1997

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TEAM MVP

2008- Kamryn Koch 2007- Renee Landers 2006- Renee Landers Cynthia Torres 2005- Renee Landers 2004- Ashley Viscariello 2003- Toni Deason, Ashley Ashley Viscariello 2002- Helen Kibby 2001- Not Presented 2000- Jennifer Aune 1999- Joy Keating 1998- Julie Greenburg

ALL-SLC

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HONORS

1996- NOT PRESENTED 1997- 1st Team: Jeannine Thibaut, Jamie Wehner, Joy Keating; 2nd Team: Sarah Fenet, Giavanna DelFatti, Jennifer Aune, Amber McKinney 1998- 1st Team: Haleigh Lyons; 2nd Team: Jeannine Thibaut 1999- 1st Team: Joy Keating, Haleigh Lyons; 2nd Team: Jamie Wehner; HM: Jennifer Aune 2000- HM: Haleigh Lyons, Joy Keating 2001- 1st Team: Toni Deason; HM: Allison Arnold Helen Kibby 2002- 2nd Team: Joanne Curtis, Helen Kibby; HM: Renee DeJongh 2003- 1st Team: Toni Deason; 2nd Team: Allison Arnold, Ashley Viscariello; HM: Amanda Tumlinson 2004- 2nd Team: Ashley Viscariello; HM: Ashley Carter, Renee Landers, Sara Overfelt, Audrey Smith, Cynthia Torres 2005- 2nd Team: Ja'Nae Powell, Audrey Smith, HM: Cynthia Torres, Justeen Lords, Aubrey Ross 2006- 2nd Team: Ja'Nae Powell, Kamryn Koch, Cynthia Torres 2007- 1st Team: Kamryn Koch, Shelby Money, Cynthia Torres, Renee Landers; 2nd Team: Justeen Lords; HM: Alana Clark 2008- 1st Team: Kamryn Koch, Ja'Nae Powell, Mayra Torres; 2nd Team: Alana Clark, Justeen Lords; HM: Erin Leighton

SLC "PLAYER OF THE YEAR" 1999- Joy Keating 2008- Kamryn Koch

SLC "Coach of the Year" 2007- Scooter Savoie

ALL-SLC TOURNAMENT

1996- No Tournament 1997- Joy Keating 1998- Haleigh Lyons, Jamie Wehner 1999- Haleigh Lyons, Jamie Wehner 2000- Nicci DelFatti 2006- Ja'Nae Powell, Justeen Lords, Renee Landers, Shelby Money 2007- Alana Clark, Kamryn Koch, Cynthia Torres 2008- Kamryn Koch, Ja'Nae Powell, Devon Glynn, Alana Clark

SLC TOURNAMENT MVP 2006- Kamryn Koch

SLC ALL-ACADEMIC

2003- Samantha Duberg (2nd team) 2004- Samantha Duberg, Ashley Viscariello (2nd team) 2005- Samantha Duberg (1st team), Cynthia Torres (1st team); Elizabeth Fesler (2nd team), Audrey Smith (2nd team) 2006- Cynthia Torres (1st team), Kamryn Koch (1st team), Justeen Lords (1st team), Shelby Money (1st team) Renee Landers (2nd team) 2007- Renee Landers (1st team), Justeen Lords (1st team), Kamryn Koch (1st team), Shelby Money (1st team) 2008- Kamryn Koch (1st team), Mayra Torres (1st team), Justeen Lords (1st team), Alana Clark (2nd team), Shelby Money (2nd team)

Renee Landers Three-time team MVP

SLC SOCCER STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2007- Kamryn Koch 2008- Kamryn Koch

ALL-LOUISIANA

Kamryn Koch

SLC Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year (2007, 2008) McNeese Athlete of the Year 2008-09

NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-South Region Team 2008- Kamryn Koch (2nd team)

LOUISIANA HONORS

1996- Sarah Fenet, Jamie Wehner, Laurie Templet 1997- Sarah Fenet 1998- Haleigh Lyons, Brenna Abbitt 1999- Haleigh Lyons, Joy Keating 2001- Allison Arnold, Helen Kibby 2002- Allison Arnold 2003- Allison Arnold, Toni Deason 2004- Cynthia Torres 2005- Ja'Nae Powell (HM) 2006- Kamryn Koch (1st team), Ja'Nae Powell (HM) 2007- Kamryn Koch (1st team), Shelby Money (HM) 2008- Kamryn Koch (1st team), Ja'Nae Powell (1st team), Shelby Money (HM)

"COACH OF THE YEAR" 2006- Scooter Savoie

"Player of the Year" 2007- Kamryn Koch 2008- Kamryn Koch

"Freshman of the Year" 2007- Alana Clark

DISTRICT 6 ESPN The Magazine ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA TEAM 1998- Brenna Abbitt 1999- Brenna Abbitt 2006- Justeen Lords (2nd team) 2008- Justeen Lords (2nd team); Kamryn Koch (3rd team)

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TEAM GAME AND SEASON RECORDS GAME

Most Goals..................................................................................... 9 vs. Southern, 2005 Most Goals Allowed...................................................................... 13 vs. Texas Christian Univ., 1996 Most Assists................................................................................... 11 vs. Southern, 2005 Most Saves..................................................................................... 18 vs. UL-Monroe, 2000 Most Shots..................................................................................... 53 vs. Troy State, 1997 Most Assists , Opponent................................................................ 10 by Alabama, 2001 Most Saves, Opponent................................................................... 23 by Prairie View, 2003 Most Shots, Opponent.................................................................... 51 by Oklahoma State, 2003

SEASON

SEASON

Most Wins...................................................................................... 12...............................................................................2007 Fewest Wins................................................................................... 2.................................................................................1996 Best Winning Percentage............................................................... .667............................................................................2007, 1999 Lowest Winning Percentage.......................................................... .154............................................................................1996 Most Losses................................................................................... 15...............................................................................1997 Fewest Losses................................................................................ 5.................................................................................2007 Most Ties........................................................................................ 4.................................................................................2007, 1999 Most Overtime Games................................................................... 5.................................................................................2002 Most Goals..................................................................................... 43...............................................................................2007 Fewest Goals.................................................................................. 14...............................................................................1996 Most Goals Allowed...................................................................... 82...............................................................................1996 Fewest Goals Allowed................................................................... 18...............................................................................1999 Most Shots Attempted.................................................................... 333.............................................................................2007 Most Assists................................................................................... 42...............................................................................2007 Most Goalie Saves......................................................................... 191.............................................................................2003 Most Consecutive Wins................................................................. 6.................................................................................2008 Most Consecutive Home Wins....................................................... 8.................................................................................2007 Most Consecutive Road Wins........................................................ 3.................................................................................several Most Consecutive Losses............................................................... 8.................................................................................1996 Most Consecutive Home Losses.................................................... 4.................................................................................2004 Most Consecutive Road Losses..................................................... 8.................................................................................1996 Longest Winning Streak................................................................. 6.................................................................................2008 Longest Losing Streak................................................................... 8.................................................................................1996

SHOTS GAME

Opponent (Date)........................................................Shots 1. Troy State (9-1-97)..................................................53 2. Prairie View (8-31-03)............................................44 3. La. Tech (9-12-04)..................................................42 4. Nicholls State (10-28-98)........................................41 5. Texas Southern (9-26-07)........................................41

SEASON

Year.............................................................................Totals 2008............................................................................310 2007............................................................................333 2006............................................................................242 2005............................................................................218 2004............................................................................265 2003............................................................................218 2002............................................................................220 2001............................................................................164 2000............................................................................213 1999............................................................................271 1998............................................................................323 1997............................................................................257 1996............................................................................ 97

GOALS

GAME

Opponent (Date)........................................................Goals 1. Southern (9-4-05)....................................................9 2. Troy State (9-26-98)................................................8 3. Prairie View (8-31-03)............................................7 4. Texas Southern (9-16-07)........................................7 5. three times, last vs. Nicholls State (10-24-08)........6

SEASON

Year.............................................................................Totals 2008............................................................................37 2007............................................................................43 2006............................................................................24 2005............................................................................29 2004............................................................................23 2003............................................................................25 2002............................................................................28 2001............................................................................16 2000............................................................................27 1999............................................................................24 1998............................................................................33 1997............................................................................22 1996............................................................................14

GAME

SAVES

Opponent (Date)........................................................Saves 1. UL-Monroe (9-6-00).............................................18 2. Texas State (10-26-03)..........................................15 Oklahoma State (9-14-03).......................................15 Stephen F. Austin (10-24-01)..................................15 5. Stephen F. Austin (9-24-02)..................................14 LSU (9-31-01).......................................................14 Alabama (9-27-01)................................................14 SW Texas St. (10-22-00).......................................14 Mississippi St. (9-21-96).......................................14

SEASON

Year.............................................................................Totals 2008............................................................................127 2007............................................................................110 2006............................................................................82 2005............................................................................72 2004............................................................................146 2003............................................................................191 2002............................................................................131 2001............................................................................132 2000............................................................................127 1999............................................................................125 1998............................................................................121 1997............................................................................121 1996............................................................................110

GAME

ASSISTS

Opponent (Date)........................................................Assists 1. Southern (9-4-05)....................................................11 2. Texas-San Antonio (11-4-07)..................................6 Texas Southern (9-16-07)........................................6 4. Prairie View (8-31-03)............................................5 Nicholls State (10-8-98)..........................................5 Troy State (9-26-98)................................................5

SEASON

POINTS

GAME Opponent (Date)........................................................Points 1. Southern (9-4-05)....................................................29 2. Troy State (9-26-98)................................................21 3. Texas Southern (9-16-07)........................................20 4. Prairie View (8-31-03)............................................19 5. Nicholls State (10-28-98)........................................17

Year.............................................................................Totals 2008............................................................................26 2007............................................................................42 2006............................................................................11 2005............................................................................25 2004............................................................................ 9 2003............................................................................13 2002............................................................................15 2001............................................................................ 8 2000............................................................................14 1999............................................................................15 1998............................................................................18 1997............................................................................12 1996............................................................................ 9

Year.............................................................................Points 2008............................................................................100 2007............................................................................128 2006............................................................................59 2005............................................................................83 2004............................................................................55 2003............................................................................63 2002............................................................................71 2001............................................................................40 2000............................................................................68 1999............................................................................63 1998............................................................................84 1997............................................................................56 1996............................................................................37

CORNER KICKS

SEASON Year.............................................................................Totals 2008............................................................................100 2007............................................................................94 2006............................................................................92 2005............................................................................61 2004............................................................................67 2003............................................................................53 2002............................................................................89 2001............................................................................26 2000............................................................................72 1999............................................................................57 1998............................................................................57 1997............................................................................76 1996............................................................................28

SEASON

SHUTOUTS

Year.............................................................................Total 2008............................................................................4 2007............................................................................10 2006............................................................................8 2005............................................................................1 2004............................................................................3 2003............................................................................1 2002............................................................................1 2001............................................................................0 2000............................................................................0 1999............................................................................5 1998............................................................................4 1997............................................................................2 1996............................................................................1

GOALS AGAINST AVG.

SEASON

Year.............................................Percentage 2008......................................................................2.15 2007......................................................................0.96 2006......................................................................1.23 2005......................................................................1.46 2004......................................................................2.10 2003......................................................................2.57 2002......................................................................2.43 2001......................................................................3.20 2000......................................................................2.57 1999......................................................................0.89 1998......................................................................1.44 1997......................................................................2.18 1996......................................................................6.30

CAREER

HAT TRICKS

Year.............................................................................NO. 2008............................................................................3 2007............................................................................1 2006............................................................................2 2005............................................................................2 2004............................................................................1 2003............................................................................1 2002............................................................................2 2001............................................................................0 2000............................................................................0 1999............................................................................0 1998............................................................................1 1997............................................................................0 1996............................................................................0 TOTAL.......................................................................13

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INDIVIDUAL GAME, SEASON, AND CAREER RECORDS GAME

Most Goals..................................................................................... 5 by Kamryn Koch vs. Jackson State (9-6-08) Most Assists................................................................................... 3 by Jeannine Thibaut vs. Troy St. (9-26-98) Most Points.................................................................................... 7 by Allison Arnold vs. Prairie View (8-31-03) Most Shots..................................................................................... 11 by Kamryn Koch vs. NW St. (10-05-07); Central Arkansas (10-13-06) Most Saves..................................................................................... 18 by Amanda Bisby vs. UL-Monroe (9-26-00)

SEASON

GAME

ASSISTS

Player......................................Opp...................................Asst. 1. Jeannine Thibaut................ Troy State (9-26-98)..................... 3 2. Amanda Tumlinson............ SHSU (9-26-03)........................... 3 3. several with.............................................................................. 2 last was Mayra Torres........ Nicholls State (11-24-08)............. 2

SEASON

Most Games Played....................................................................... 21 by several players Most Goals..................................................................................... 21 by Kamryn Koch, 2008 Most Assists................................................................................... 8 by Kamryn Koch, 2008 Most Total Points........................................................................... 50 by Kamryn Koch, 2008 Most Game Winning Goals............................................................ 7 by Kamryn Koch, 2007 Most Shots..................................................................................... 116 by Kamryn Koch, 2008 Most Minutes Played By A Goalkeeper......................................... 1,721 by Toni Deason, 2003 Most Saves..................................................................................... 182 by Toni Deason, 2003 Most Shutouts................................................................................ 10 by Shelby Money, 2007

Player.....................................Year...................................Asst. 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2008..................................8 2. Alana Clark.............................2007..................................7 Mayra Torres...........................2007..................................7 4. Joy Keating.............................1999..................................6 5. Alana Clark.............................2008..................................5 Mayra Torres...........................2008..................................5 Joy Keating.............................1998..................................5

CAREER

Most Games Played....................................................................... 76 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08; Sara Overfelt (2004-07) Most Goals..................................................................................... 50 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08 Hat Tricks....................................................................................... 5 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08 Most Assists................................................................................... 17 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08 Most Total Points........................................................................... 117 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08 Most Game Winning Goals............................................................ 19 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08 Most Shots..................................................................................... 298 by Kamryn Koch, 2005-08 Most Minutes Played By A Goalkeeper......................................... 4,682 by Toni Deason, 2001-04 Most Saves..................................................................................... 508 by Toni Deason, 2001-04 Most Shutouts................................................................................ 13 by Shelby Money, 2005-08

CAREER

Player.....................................Years.................................Asst. Kamryn Koch..........................2005-2008.........................17 Ja'Nae Powell..........................2005-2008.........................12 Sara Overfelt...........................2004-2007.........................11 Cynthia Torres.........................2004-2007.........................11 Ashley Viscariello...................2001-2004.........................11 Joy Keating.............................1997-2000.........................11

1. 2. 3.

POINTS GAME

Player.....................................Opp...................................Pts.

GAME

SHOTS

Player.............................Opp............................................Shots 1. Kamryn Koch....................Texas-San Antonio (11-7-08)...... 12 Audrey Smith....................La. Tech (9-12-04)...................... 12 3. Kamryn Koch....................Stephen F. Austin (11-2-08)........ 11 Kamryn Koch....................NW State (10-5-07)..................... 11 Kamryn Koch....................Central Arkansas (10-13-06)....... 11

SEASON

Player.....................................Year...................................Shots 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2008..................................116 2. Kamryn Koch..........................2007..................................92 3. Kamryn Koch..........................2006..................................65 4. Haleigh Lyons.........................1998..................................64 5. Allison Arnold.........................2003..................................59

CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player.....................................Years.................................Shots Kamryn Koch..........................2005-2008.........................298 Allison Arnold.........................2000-2003.........................199 Joy Keating.............................1997-2000.........................137 Ja'Nae Powell..........................2005-2008.........................127 Ashley Viscariello...................2001-2004.........................121

GAME 1. 2.

GOALS

Player......................................Opp...................................Goals Kamryn Koch.................Jackson St. (9-6-08).........................5 Kamryn Koch.................Nicholls St. (10-24-08)....................3 Ja'Nae Powell.................Texas-San Antonio (10-5-08)...........3 Kamryn Koch.................Texas Southern (9-16-07)................3 Ja'Nae Powell.................SFA (11-2-06)..................................3 Kamryn Koch.................South Alabama (9-3-06)...................3 Kamryn Koch.................SE La. (10-19-05)............................3 Audrey Smith.................Southern (9-4-05).............................3 Cynthia Torres................SE La. (10-22-04)............................3 Allison Arnold................Prairie View (8-31-03).....................3 Allison Arnold................SFA (10-30-02)................................3 Natalie Roszel................Prairie View (10-1-02).....................3 Brenna Abbitt.................Troy State (9-26-98).........................3

1. 2. 4.

Karmyn Koch..................... Jackson St. (9-6-08).....................10 Kamryn Koch..................... Nicholls State (11-24-08)............7 Allison Arnold.................... Prairie View (8-31-03).................7 Ja'Nae Powell..................... UTSA (11-5-08)...........................6 Kamryn Koch..................... Texas Southern (9-16-07)............6 Ja'Nae Powell..................... SFA (11-2-06)..............................6 Kamryn Koch . .................. South Alabama (9-3-06)..............6 Kamryn Koch..................... SE La. (10-19-05)........................6 Audrey Smith..................... Southern (9-4-05)........................6 Cynthia Torres.................... SE La. (10-22-04)........................6 Allison Arnold.................... SFA (10-30-02)............................6 Natalie Roszel.................... Prairie View (10-1-02).................6 Brenna Abbitt..................... Troy St. (9-26-98)........................6

SEASON

Player.....................................Year...................................Pts. 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2008..................................50 2. Kamryn Koch..........................2007..................................36 3. Allison Arnold.........................2003..................................29 4. Allison Arnold.........................2002..................................23 5. Ja'Nae Powell..........................2008..................................20 Kamryn Koch..........................2006..................................20

SEASON

Player.....................................Year...................................Goals 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2008...................................... 21 2. Kamryn Koch..........................2007...................................... 16 3. Allison Arnold.........................2003...................................... 13 4. Allison Arnold.........................2002...................................... 11 5. Kamryn Koch..........................2006...................................... 10

Player.....................................Years.................................Pts. 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2005-2008.........................117 2. Allison Arnold.........................2000-2003......................... 77 3. Ja'Nae Powell..........................2005-2008......................... 62 4. Ashley Viscariello...................2001-2004......................... 43 5. Brenna Abbitt..........................1996, 1998-2000............... 37

CAREER

CAREER

Player.....................................Years.................................Goals 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2005-2008............................. 50 2. Allison Arnold.........................2000-2003............................. 35 3. Ja'Nae Powell..........................2005-2008............................. 25 Cynthia Torres.........................2004-2007............................. 17 Brenna Abbitt..........................1996, 1998-2000................... 17

CAREER HAT TRICKS Player.....................................Years..................................... Tricks 1. 3.

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Kamryn Koch . .......................2005-08................................. 5 Allison Arnold.........................2000-03................................. 2 Ja'Nae Powell..........................2005-08................................. 2 Cynthia Torres.........................2004-07................................. 1 Audrey Smith..........................2004-06................................. 1 Natalie Roszel.........................2002...................................... 1 Brenna Abbitt..........................1998...................................... 1

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GOALIE SAVES

GAME

Player............................Opp............................................Saves 1. Amanda Bisby......................UL-Monroe (9-26-00)................. 18 2. Toni Deason.........................Texas St. (10-26-03).................... 15 Toni Deason.........................Oklahoma St. (9-14-03).............. 15 Toni Deason.........................SFA (10-24-01)........................... 15 5. Toni Deason...........................SFA (9-24-02)............................. 14 Toni Deason.........................LSU (8-31-01)............................. 14 Julie Greenburg....................Miss. St. (9-21-96)...................... 14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player.....................................Year...................................Saves Toni Deason.............................2003..................................182 Toni Deason.............................2002..................................125 Toni Deason.............................2001..................................118 Giavanna DelFatti....................1997..................................111 Shelby Money..........................2008..................................103

CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 2. 3.

GOALIE SHUTOUTS

Player.....................................Year...................................SO Shelby Money..........................2007..................................10 Giavanna DelFatti....................1999..................................5 Shelby Money..........................2006..................................4 Shelby Money..........................2008..................................3 Toni Deason............................2003..................................3 Julie Greenburg........................1998..................................3

CAREER

1. 2. 3.

Player.....................................Years.................................SO Shelby Money.........................2005-2008.........................13 Giavanna DelFatti...................1997-1999.........................7 LaBrie Pritzen.........................2005-2007.........................4 Aubrey Ross............................2004-06.............................4 Julie Greenburg.......................1996-1999.........................4 Amanda Bisby.........................2000..................................4

GOAL KEEPER MINUTES

SEASON

Player.....................................Year.............................. Min. 1. Toni Deason............................2003............................. 1,721 2. Giavanna DelFatti...................1997............................. 1,685 3. Toni Deason............................2002............................. 1,683 4. Shelby Money.........................2008............................. 1,506 5. Giavanna DelFatti...................1999............................. 1,485

CAREER

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Player.....................................Year...................................GP Kamryn Koch..........................2007..................................21 Sara Overfelt...........................2007..................................21 Erin Leighton..........................2007..................................21 Haleigh Lyons.........................2000..................................21 Talena Anderson......................2000..................................21 Amanda Tumlinson.................2000..................................21

Player.....................................Years.................................GP 1. Kamryn Koch..........................2005-2008.........................76 Sara Overfelt...........................2004-2007.........................76 3. Allison Arnold.........................2000-2003.........................75 4. Renee Landers.........................2004-2007.........................73 Cynthia Torres.........................2004-2007.........................73 Amanda Tumlinson.................1999-2001,'03...................73

GAME WINNING GOALS

Player.....................................Years.................................Saves Toni Deason............................2001-2004.........................508 Giavanna DelFatti...................1997-1999.........................291 Shelby Money.........................2005-2008.........................236 Julie Greenburg.......................1996-1999.........................164 Aubrey Ross............................2004-2006.........................147

SEASON

GAMES PLAYED

CAREER

SEASON

SEASON

Player................................ Years..................................Min 1. Toni Deason....................... 2001-2004...........................5,599:29 2. Giavanna DelFatti.............. 1997-1999...........................4,096 3. Shelby Money.................... 2008-2008...........................3,938:47 4. Aubrey Ross....................... 2004-2006...........................2,688:47 5. Julie Greenburg.................. 1996-1999...........................2,239

SEASON

1. 2. 4.

Player.....................................Year...................................GWG Kamryn Koch..........................2007..................................7 Kamryn Koch..........................2008..................................6 Kamryn Koch..........................2006..................................6 Ja'Nae Powell..........................2008..................................3 Jaime Wehner..........................1997..................................3

CAREER

Player.....................Years...................GWG

1. 2. 3.

Kamryn Koch..........................2005-2008.........................19 Ja'Nae Powell..........................2005-2008.........................8 Ashley Viscariello...................2001-2004.........................3 Jaime Wehner..........................1996-1999.........................3 Allison Arnold.........................2000-2003.........................3

SEASON LEADERS

SHOTS Year...............Player........................................................ Shots 2008................Kamryn Koch............................................. 116 2007................Kamryn Koch............................................. 92 2006................Kamryn Koch............................................. 65 2005................Ja'Nae Powell............................................. 35 2004................Ashley Viscariello...................................... 50 2003................Allison Arnold............................................ 60 2002................Allison Arnold............................................ 51 2001................Allison Arnold............................................ 51 2000................Nicci DelFatti............................................. 40 1999................Joy Keating................................................ 51 1998................Haleigh Lyons............................................ 64 1997................Jeannine Thibaut........................................ 50 1996................Laurie Templet........................................... 21

GOALS Year...............Player........................................................ Goals 2008................Kamryn Koch............................................. 21 2007................Kamryn Koch............................................. 16 2006................Kamryn Koch............................................. 10 2005................Audrey Smith, Ja'Nae Powell.................... 5 2004................Ashley Viscariello...................................... 7 2003................Allison Arnold............................................ 13 2002................Allison Arnold............................................ 11 2001................Allison Arnold............................................ 5 ........................Helen Kibby............................................... 5 2000................Allison Arnold............................................ 6 1999................Nicci DelFatti............................................. 6 1998................Brenna Abbitt............................................. 8 1997................Jaime Wehner............................................. 5 1996................Jaime Wehner............................................. 4

GAME WINNING GOALS Year...............Player........................................................ GWG 2008................Kamryn Koch............................................. 6 2007................Kamryn Koch............................................. 7 2006................Kamryn Koch............................................. 6 2005................Ja'Nae Powell............................................. 2 2004................Ashley Viscariello...................................... 2 2003................Allison Arnold, Ashley Viscariello............ 2 2002................3 players with............................................. 1 2001................2 players with............................................. 1 2000................2 players with............................................. 2 1999................Brenna Abbitt............................................. 2 1998................several ....................................................... 1 1997................Jaime Wehner............................................. 3 1996................2 players with . .......................................... 1

SEASON LEADERS CONT'D

ASSISTS Year...............Player........................................................ Assists 2008................Kamryn Koch............................................. 8 2007................Alana Clark, Mayra Torres......................... 7 2006................Ja'Nae Powell............................................. 4 2005................Kamryn Koch............................................. 5 2004................Ashley Viscariello...................................... 4 2003................Ashley Viscariello...................................... 4 2002................Helen Kibby............................................... 4 2001................Ashley Viscariello, Erin Parr..................... 2 2000................3 players with............................................. 3 1999................Joy Keating................................................ 6 1998................Joy Keating................................................ 5 1997................Sarah Fenet................................................. 4 1996................Sarah Fenet................................................. 3

POINTS Year...............Player........................................................ Points 2008................Kamryn Koch............................................. 50 2007................Kamryn Koch............................................. 36 2006................Kamryn Koch............................................. 20 2005................Ja'Nae Powell............................................. 12 2004................Ashley Viscariello...................................... 18 2003................Allison Arnold............................................ 29 2002................Allison Arnold............................................ 23 2001................Helen Kibby............................................... 11 2000................Allison Arnold............................................ 15 1999................Nicci DelFatti............................................. 12 1998................Brenna Abbitt............................................. 16 1997................Jaime Wehner............................................. 11 1996................Jaime Wehner............................................. 8

SAVES Year...............Player........................................................ Saves 2008................Shelby Money............................................ 103 2007................Shelby Money............................................ 87 2006................Shelby Money............................................ 43 2005................Aubrey Ross............................................... 67 2004................Toni Deason............................................... 83 2003................Toni Deason............................................... 182 2002................Toni Deason............................................... 125 2001................Toni Deason............................................... 111 2000................Amanda Bisby............................................ 70 1999................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 102 1998................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 78 1997................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 111 1996................Julie Greenburg.......................................... 88

GOAL KEEPER MINUTES Year...............Player........................................................ Minutes

2008................Shelby Money............................................ 1,506:30 2007................Shelby Money............................................ 1,481:35 2006................Shelby Money............................................ 867:12 2005................Aubrey Ross............................................... 1,332:23 2004................Toni Deason............................................... 916:51 2003................Toni Deason............................................... 1,721:38 2002................Toni Deason............................................... 1,683 2001................Toni Deason............................................... 1,278 2000................Sara Hand................................................... 997 1999................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 4,096 1998................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 926 1997................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 1,685 1996................Julie Greenburg.......................................... 972

SHUTOUTS Year...............Player........................................................ Shutouts 2008................Shelby Money............................................ 3 2007................Shelby Money............................................ 6 2006................Shelby Money............................................ 4 2005................Aubrey Ross............................................... 1 2004................Toni Deason............................................... 2 2003................Toni Deason............................................... 3 2002................---................................................................ 0 2001................---................................................................ 0 2000................Amanda Bisby............................................ 1 1999................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 5 1998................Julie Greenburg.......................................... 3 1997................Giavanna DelFatti...................................... 2 1996................Julie Greenburg.......................................... 1

HAT TRICKS Year...Player.................................................................... Hat Tricks

2008....Kamryn Koch vs. Nicholls State (10-24); Ja'Nae Powell vs. UTSA (10-5); Kamryn Koch vs. Jackson State (5 goals/9-26) 2007....Kamryn Koch vs. Texas Southern (9-16) 2006....Ja'Nae Powell vs. SFA (11-2); Kamryn Koch vs. South Alabama (9-3) 2005....Kamryn Koch vs. SE La. (10-19); Audrey Smith vs. Southern (9-4) 2004....Cynthia Torres vs. SE La. (10-22) 2003....Allison Arnold vs. Prairie View (8-31) 2002....Allison Arnold vs. SFA (10-30); Natalie Roszel vs. Prairie View (10-1) 1998....Brenna Abbitt vs. Troy St. (9-26-98)

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1996 Inaugural Team 1996 (2-11) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie at NW State Stephen F. Austin at Texas Christian at North Texas Loyola (N.O) at Miss. State at Baylor at Stephen F. Austin Southeastern La. at Centenary at LSU at Southeastern La. Oklahoma

W (3-0) L (1-7) L(0-13) L (0-7) W (4-1) L (0-8) L (0-11) L (0-3) L (2-3) L (0-13) L (0-9) L (2-4) L (2-3)

Home games played at Rosteet Field

1997 (4-15-1, 2-3-1 SLC/3rd) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie

!North Texas L (6-1) !Texas- El Paso L (4-0) Troy State W (6-1) at Southern Miss L (4-0) *Stephen F. Austin L (2-1) at Ark.- Little Rock L (2-1) at Centenary L (3-0) *Northwestern St. W (6-2) *#Southeastern La. W (2-1) #Belmont L (1-0/OT) at Oral Roberts L (6-2) at Oklahoma St. L (2-0) *at Northwestern St. T (1-1) Centenary L (4-1) at Samford Univ. W (3-0) at Jacksonville St. L (2-0) *Southeastern La. L (1-0) *at Stephen F. Austin L (1-0) Southern Miss L (2-1) ** Southeastern La. L (2-0) !- McNeese Inv., #- SE La. Classic *-SLC Game, **- SLC Tournament (Nacogdoches, Tx.)

1998 (7-9-2, 3-3-2 SLC/4th) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie ! Texas-El Paso ! Vermont Centenary *Stephen F. Austin Troy State ( at NW St.) *Northwestern State *at Stephen F. Austin *at Nicholls State Univ. of Houston William Carey *at Southeastern La. at Centenary Samford *Nicholls State *Southeastern La. *at Northwestern State #Nicholls State #Stephen F. Austin !-s Border Shootout; *- SLC

L (2-0) W (2-1/OT) L (2-1/OT) T (1-1/OT) W (8-1) L (1-0) L (2-0) W (6-0) L (3-1) L (3-1) L (4-0) W (2-1) L (2-1/OT) W (4-0) T (1-1/OT) W (1-0) W (4-0) L (3-0) Game; #-SLC

Tournament (Nacogdoches, TX.)

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1999 (9-6-4, 6-1-1 SLC/2nd) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie

@Tulane L (0-3) @Centenary L (0-1) *UL-Monroe W (4-0) Arkansas-Little Rock W (2-1) *Nicholls State W (3-0) *@Southeastern La. T (1-1/OT) @LSU W (2-1) *Stephen F. Austin T (0-0/OT) @South Alabama L (0-2) *Southwest Texas State W (3-1) *@Northwestern State T (1-1/OT) *@UL-Monroe W (2-0) *Northwestern State W (2-0) *@Nicholls State T (1-1/OT) *Southeastern La. L (0-2) Centenary W (2-1) *@Stephen F. Austin L (0-1) *@Southwest Texas State W (1-0/OT) #Southwest Texas State L (0-2) *- SLC Game; #-SLC Tournament (Nacogdoches, TX.)

2000 (7-13-1, 5-6-1 SLC/4th) Head Coach: Ryan Livengood

!Jacksonville State L (0-1) !Florida Atlantic L (0-2) Tulane L (0-3) @Central Arkansas W (3-1) @Arkansas-Little Rock W (3-1) *@UL-Monroe L (1-2/OT) *@Northwestern State L (0-4) *Nicholls State W (1-0) *@Southeastern La. L (0-3) *UL-Monroe W (1-0/OT) Centenary L (1-5) *Stephen F. Austin T (3-3/OT) *Southwest Texas State L (1-5) *Northwestern State L (0-1) #Birmingham Southern L (2-5) #Centenary L (0-4) *@Nicholls State W (2-0) *Southeastern La. W (2-1) *@Stephen F. Austin W (4-2) *@Southwest Texas State L (0-1) **Northwestern State L (2-4) !- Florida Atlantic Tourn.;#- Bell South Centenary Classic *-SLC Game, **- SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2001 (4-11-1, 4-7-1 SLC/6th) Head Coach: Ryan Livengood @LSU @Southern Miss *Stephen F. Austin *@NW State *@UL-Monroe @Troy State @Alabama *Southwest Texas State *@Nicholls State *Southeastern La. *Nicholls State *@Southeastern La. *@Southwest Texas State *@Stephen F. Austin *Louisiana-Monroe *Northwestern State *-SLC Game

L (5-0) L (4-0) W (4-3) T (1-1/OT) L (2-1) L (5-0) L (9-0) L (9-0) L (3-0) L (3-2) W (2-1) W (3-1) L (3-1) W (2-1/OT) L (1-0/OT) L (1-0)

2006 Southland Conference Tournament Champions/ NCAA Tournament Participant 2002 (5-13-1, 4-7-1 SLC/6th) Head Coach: Tony Shard

@Arkansas State L (3-1) @Arkansas-Little Rock L (4-1) !Birmingham Southern L (3-1) !Samford L (1-0) @Baylor L (6-0) LSU L (3-0) *@SW Texas State L (1-0/OT) *@Stephen F. Austin L (4-0) *UL-Monroe L (1-0) *NW State W (2-1/OT) Prairie View A&M W (6-0) *@Nicholls State W (4-3/OT) *@Southeastern La. L (3-1) *Nicholls State W (3-1) *Southeastern La. L (4-3/OT) *Stephen F. Austin W (5-3) *@NW State T (1-1) *@UL-Monroe L (2-0) *SW Texas State L (4-0) *-SLC Game; !-South Alabama Port City Classic (Mobile, AL.)

2003 (5-13-2, 4-7-1 SLC/6th) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie Prairie View A&M @LSU !Loyola College !Birmingham Southern @Oral Roberts @Oklahoma State @Louisiana-Lafayette *@Stephen F. Austin *Sam Houston State *Texas State *@Southeastern La. *@Nicholls State *Northwestern State *UL-Monroe *Southeastern La. *Nicholls State *@Sam Houston State *@Texas State *Stephen F. Austin #Texas State !-LSU Tiger Classic;* -SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

W (7-2) L (7-0) L (5-0) L (3-2) L (2-0) L (8-0) T (0-0/2OT) L (2-1) W (3-0) L (2-1/2OT) L (4-0) W (2-1) L (1-0/OT) L (2-1) T (2-2/2OT) W (3-2) W (3-1) L (2-0) L (4-0) L (3-0) Game; #-SLC

2004 (4-14-1, 2-9-1 SLC/7th) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie

#Austin Peay W 1-0 #Indiana State L 4-0 UL-Lafayette L 4-1 !Mississippi Valley L 2-1 !Louisiana Tech W 3-0 South Alabama L 1-0 *Stephen F. Austin L 4-1 *Southeastern La. L 2-0 *Nicholls State L 2-1 (OT) *@Northwestern State L 3-2 *@at UL-Monroe L 1-0 *@Texas State L 3-2 (OT) *@Sam Houston State W 3-2 *Northwestern State L 1-0 *UL-Monroe W 1-0 (2OT) *@Southeastern La. L 4-3 *@Nicholls State T 1-1 (2OT) *@Stephen F. Austin L 4-2 @Centenary L 3-1 #-Austin Peay Invite; !-McAlister Deli/ South Louisiana Shootout; *-SLC Game

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2005 (5-11-1, 2-4-1 SLC/6th) Head Coach: Scooter Savoie

at North Florida L 1-0 at Stetson L 1-0 $Austin Peay W 3-1 $Southern W 9-2 !vs. Oklahoma State L 1-0 !vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay L 2-0 at LSU L 2-1 at Louisiana-Lafayette L 1-0 at Mississippi Valley W 2-1 *@Louisiana-Monroe 0-0 (2OT) *at Texas State L 2-1 *at Southeastern La. W 4-1 *at Stephen F. Austin L 3-0 *%Nicholls State W 7-1 *at Northwestern State L 2-1 (OT) **Texas State L 3-1 McNeese did not play a home game on its own field due to Hurricane Rita $-Played at Ward 8 Recreation Complex; !-McAlister Deli/South Louisiana Shootout; @-played in Hammond, LA.; %-Played in Lafayette;*-SLC Game; **-SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2006 (10-7-2, 3-4-1 SLC/6th) SLC Tournament Champs NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Scooter Savoie

at UL-Monroe W 2-0 at Southern W 4-1 at South Alabama W 3-1 Louisiana-Lafayette L 4-0 Mississippi Valley W 2-0 at Houston L 3-1 *Northwestern State L 3-0 *at Nicholls State W 3-0 *Stephen F. Austin L 2-1 (OT) *Sam Houston State W 1-0 *at Central Arkansas L 3-0 !Valparaiso T 0-0 (2OT) *Texas State W 1-0 (OT) *at Texas-San Antonio L 2-1 *at Southeastern La. T 1-1 (2OT) **Stephen F. Austin W 3-2 (OT) **Texas-San Antonio W 1-0 **Texas State W 1-0 #Southern Methodist L 2-0 !-Played in Shreveport; *-SLC Game; **-SLC Tournament (San Marcos, Tx.); #-NCAA Tournament (College Station, TX.)


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ALL-TIME RECORDS Overall Record......................................................85-136-21 Overall Home Record...........................................41-41-8 Overall Road Record............................................34-78-11 Overall Neutral Record........................................9-17-2 SLC Record (since 1997)......................................48-55-16 SLC Tournament Record (since 1997)................6-8 Overall Winning Percent.......................................394 SLC Winning Percent (since 1997).......................471 SLC Tourn. App. (since 1997) ............................9 out of 12 2007 Southland Conference Co-Champs 2007 (12-5-4, 7-1-1 SLC/T-1st) SLC co-Champs SLC Tournament Runner-Up Head Coach: Scooter Savoie Rice Texas A&M-Commerce at UL-Lafayette at Colorado College at Air Force at LSU Texas Southern Centenary Southern at Louisiana Tech *Northwestern State *Central Arkansas *Lamar at Nicholls State *at Southeastern La. *Stephen F. Austin *Sam Houston State *at Texas State *at Texas-San Antonio **Southeastern La. **Stephen F. Austin

T 2-2 (2OT) W 3-2 T 2-2 (2OT) L 1-0 T 0-0 (2OT) L 5-0 W 7-0 W 3-0 W 5-0 L 1-0 T 1-1 (2OT) W 1-0 W 4-0 W 2-0 L 1-0 W 1-0 W 4-2 W 3-0 W 4-1 W 1-0 L 3-0

* - S L C G a m e ; * * - S L C To u r n a m e n t (Natchitoches, La.)

2008 (11-8-1, 6-2-1 SLC/2nd) SLC Tournament Runner-Up Head Coach: Scooter Savoie at Texas A&M L 9-0 !Grambling W 2-0 #Tulsa L 3-0 #Jackson State W 5-1 UL-Lafayette W 2-1 at Rice L 4-2 at Oklahoma State L 8-1 at Houston Baptist W 2-0 at Texas A&M-Commerce L 2-0 *Texas State T 2-2 (2OT) *Texas-San Antonio W 4-2 *at Northwestern State W 1-0 (OT) *at Central Arkansas W 3-2 *at Lamar W 3-2 *Nicholls State W 6-1 *Southeastern La. W 1-0 *at Sam Houston State L 3-0 *at Stephen F. Austin L 2-0 **Texas-San Antonio W 3-1 **Texas State L 2-1 !-Cowgirl Invitational/Ward 3 Sports Complex); #-Oral Roberts Invitational/Tulsa, OK);*-SLC Game; **-SLC Tournament (Lake Charles/ Ward 3 Sports Complex)

All-Time Record vs. Opponents

1st 1st Game Win

last Win

W

L T

Air Force Alabama Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Austin Peay Baylor Birmingham Southern Belmont Centenary Central Arkansas Colorado College Florida Atlantic Grambling Houston Baptist Indiana State Jackson State Jacksonville State Lamar Louisiana Tech Loyola (N.O.) LSU Mississippi St. Mississippi Valley Nicholls State North Florida North Texas Northwestern St. Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Prairie View A&M Rice Sam Houston State Samford Univ. South Alabama Southeastern La. Southern Southern Methodist Southern Miss Stephen F. Austin Stetson Texas A&M Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-CC Texas Christian Texas-El Paso Texas- San Antonio Texas Southern Texas State Troy State Tulane Tulsa Univ. of Houston Univ. of La.-Lafayette Univ. of La.-Monroe Univ. North Texas Valparaiso Vermont William Carey Wisconsin-Green Bay

2007 2001 1997 1999 2000 2002 2004 2004 2005 1996 2000 1997 1996 1998 2007 2000 2000 2008 2007 2000 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2004 2008 2008 2008 1997 2007 2007 2008 2004 2004 2004 1996 1996 1996 1996 1999 1999 1996 2004 2005 2006 1998 1998 2008 2005 1997 1996 1997 2008 1996 1997 1997 2002 2002 2003 2007 2003 2003 2007 1997 1997 1997 1999 2006 2006 1996 1997 2008 2005 2005 2007 2006 1997 1996 2000 2007 2005 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 1996 1997 2006 2006 2008 2007 2007 2007 1999 1999 2006 1997 1997 2007 1999 2008 1998 2003 2008 2008 1999 1999 2006 1996 2006 1998 1998 1998 1998 2005

0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 15 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 5 1 1 6 3 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 4 3 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 10 5 1 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 13 4 1 0 1 0 3 0 16 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 14 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 3 2 7 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

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2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2 0

All-Time Letterwinners -A-

Brenna Abbitt 1996, 1998-00 M'Kensie Aday 2008 Talena Anderson 1998-00 Christine Aquino 2003 Allison Arnold 2000-03 Jennifer Aune 1997-00

-B-

Jana Barrow 2008-present Jill Bennion 1996 Stefanie Biesel 2001 Amanda Bisby 2000 Lori Brady 1996-97 Michelle Brady 1996-97 Allison Brooks 2002 Jennifer Brooks 1996-97 Lindsey Brown 2002

-C-

Ashley Carter 2004-05 Shannon Chumley 2004 Alana Clark 2007-present Lindsey Cook 2004 Nicole Cooper 2007 Tammy Copeland 1997-00 Celia Cross 2002 Joanne Curtis 2002

-D-

Toni Deason 2001-04 Renee DeJongh 2002 Sheila DeLaney 1997 Givanna DelFatti 1997-99 Nicci DelFatti 1998-00 Natalie Donnert 2003 Samantha Duberg 2002-05 Andrea Durkin 2008

-E-

Melanie Emerson 1997-98

-F-

Sarah Fenet 1996-97 Elizabeth Fesler 2002-05 Melissa Fox 1998-01

-G-

Keli Gambrell 2006 Janae' Gautreaux 2003 Devon Glynn 2005-08 Lisa Gonzales 2001-04 Heather Goodly 2005-06 Robin Grannan 2004 Julie Greenburg 1996-99

-H-

Emily Hadley 2000-01 Sara Hand 2000-01, 2003 Virginia Higginbotham 1996 Nicole Hoffman 1999-01 Taylor Hood 2007 Mackenzie Hosford 2007

-J-

Jolie Montreuil 1996 Erin Moore 2002 Jamie Mullen 1996 Katie Murphy 2001

KAMRYN KOCH

-N-

2008

Natasha Neacsu 2002-03 Megan Norris 2000-03

McNeese Athlete of the Year (2008-09) Team MVP SLC Player of the Year SLC Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year SLC all-academic (1st team) NSCAA/Adidas Scholar Team (South Region/2nd team) All-SLC (1st team) SLC all-tournament Louisiana Player of the Year All-Louisiana (1st team)

-O-

Amy Osteen 2003-06 Sara Overfelt 2004-07

-P-

Kristin Palmer 1999-02 Erin Parr 1998-01 Katie Percy 1996-97 Melissa Phillips 2002 Jordan Picou 2008-present Ja'Nae Powell 2005-08 Labrie Pritzen 2005-07

-R-

Rachel Ramaker 2002-03 Cassandra Read 2008-present Wendy Redpath 2007-08 Candace Reeves 1999 Michelle Reneau 2000-03 Lindsay Rite 2002-03 Aubrey Ross 2004-06 Natalie Roszel 2002 Ashley Rudd 2008-present

-S-

Kyra Savoy 2003 Brooke Shobe 2002 Erica Shephard 2006-present Lauren Slater 2005-present Audrey Smith 2004-06 Candace Spencer 2002 Brooke Strickland 1998

-T-

Stefanie Tatum 2006 Lori Taylor 1997 Laurie Templet 1996-97 Jennifer Terrell 2003 Jeannine Thibaut 1996-98 Cynthia Torres 2004-2007 Mayra Torres 2006-08

-U-

2007

Careeer Leader

Holds seven career records:

Shots (298), Goals (50), Game Winning Goals (19), Assists, Points (117), Games Played (76), Hat Tricks (5)

SLC Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year All-SLC (1st team) SLC all-tournament SLC all-academic (1st team) Louisiana Player of the Year All-Louisiana (1st team) Kelly Mortgage Golden Ball Award (presented to top player in Louisiana)

*Holds Five Season and two game records

2006

All-SLC (2nd team) SLC Tournament MVP SLC all-academic (1st team) All-Louisiana (1st team)

Mariana Urtaza 2006-2007

-V-

Ashley Viscariello 2001-04

-W-

Jamie Wehner 1996-99 Taavia Whaley 2005 Wendy Wingate 2004-05 Rachel Wright 2005-08

Shelby Johnson 1997-00 Macie Jones 2007-present

Joy Keating

-K-

Joy Keating 1997-00 Joanne Keene 1999 Rachel Key 2008-present Helen Kibby 2001-02 Shae Knowles 2002 Kamryn Koch 2005-08

Ja'Nae Powell

Holds SLC Tournament records for goals (3) and points (9) in a game.

-L-

Renee Landers 2004-2007 Audrey LaLane 2008-present Lauren LaLane 2008-present Erin Leighton 2006-present Erica Littleton, 2007 Melinda Loyd 2004 Justeen Lords 2005-08 Haleigh Lyons 1998-00

1999 SLC "Player of the Year"

Brenna Abbitt

Two-Time District Academic All-American

-M-

Gabrielle Mann 2003 Megan Manus 2008-present Allison Marcantell 1999 Dana McDonald 2000-01 Kyra McDonough 2005-08 Megan McFarland 2004 Amber McKinney 1997-99 Amy Meyer 2003 Cheyenne Moeller 2006-08 Shelby Money 2005-08 Paula Monk 1999

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Samantha Duberg Three-time Academic All-SLC

Toni Deason

Two-Time First Team All-SLC

Shelby Money

Career Shutout Leader

2007 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPS

Alana Clark

2007 Louisiana Freshman of the Year


2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2 0

2007 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPS


2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2009 McNEESE STATE SOCCER • McNEESE STATE SOCCER • 2 0

2007 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPS


2009 McNeese State Women's Soccer Media Guide