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QUICK FACTS

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Kat Crump

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Taylor Hendren REGIS UNIVERSITY

Administration

Location:

Denver, Colo.

Founded:

1877

Enrollment:

1,600

Nickname:

Rangers

Colors:

Navy Blue (PMS 289) and Gold (116)

Affiliation: Conference:

NCAA Division II

Maison O’Neill

Ann Martin, Athletic Director

Nicholette Sartori

Kelly McLaughlin, Assistant A.D.

Dahlia Gutierrez

Logan Garvin, Assistant A.D.

Abby Burke

Sports Information

President:

Fr. John Fitzgibbons, S.J.

Director of Athletics:

Ann Martin

Athletics Department Phone:

(303) 458-4070

Catherine Anger

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Jeremy Phillips, SID Sarah Otteman, Assistant SID

2012 RMAC Awards and Standings

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2012 Ranger Stats

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Regis History & Records

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Media Coverage

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC)

Kelly Crowe

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All-Time Opponent History

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Gregg Harper, Director of Sports Medicine

Coaching History

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Denise Holloway, A. Director of S.M.

Class Record Holders

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Goeff Eden, GA of Sports Medicine

Series Records

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All-Americans

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Letterwinners

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Year-by-Year Results

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Year-by-Year Leaders

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Sports Medicine - Athletic Trainers

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Candace Townley, GA of Sports Medicine Vinh Ngo, GA of Sports Medicine

TEAM INFORMATION

Regis Physicians & Chiropractors

Home Field:

Regis Match Pitch

2012 Record:

13-6-2

Letterwinners Returning/Lost

16/7

Starters Returning/Lost:

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Dr. Charles Gottlob, Team Physician

RMAC History & Records

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Dr. Tod Sweeney, Team Physician

RMAC Standings

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Dr. Mitchell Seeman, Team Physician

Records

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Dr. Thomas Maino, Team Physician

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Opponenet Quick Facts

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Staff

Denver, Colo.

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Quickfacts & Mission

Regis University

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Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC)

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Women’s Soccer:

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1989

All-Time School Record:

299-168-24

Years in NCAA Postseason Play/Last

Regis Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff

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10/2012

Result:

Colo. Mines

L, 0-1 - First Round

Head Coach:

JB Belzer

Years at Regis/Record:

17/244-103-20 (.692)

Overall Years/Record:

Same

Coaching Staff:

Kaleen Adami Megan Monroig

Graphic Design:

Ranger Quick Facts & Breakdown 2013 Player Profiles

12 Desktop Publishing:

Seniors

12 CS5

Adobe Suite

Ellen Augsburger ** Electronic copies of the 2013 Men’s

Alison Cahill

Soccer Media Guide can be obtained upon

Meghan Stuart

request.

CC Rinehart

Contact Sarah Otteman at the

Sports Infomartion Office - (303) 458-4070

Rachel McMahon 22

Rebecca Brunson

Sports Information Director:

Jeremy Phillips

(303) 458-4052/(303)258-6399

Fax:

(303) 964-5499

Kendal Kagawa Cassandra Hanna Kiki Arnold Sophomores

jsphilli@regis.edu

Asst. SID-Women’s Soccer Contact Office Phone:

Sarah Otteman

Sarah Otteman 10 Photography: Sports Info - Sarah Otteman 11 Hayley Sprenger

Team Picture

Juniors

SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

Email:

Editor: 10

University Brand Marketing - Brett Stakelin

COACHING STAFF

Office/Cell:

Numerical Roster

Back Cover

Media Guide Credits:

2012-13 Women’s Soccer Preview Last NCAA Postseason Opponent:

2013 Schedule

Sarah Otteman 303-458-4070

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Brianna Randall Kate Pellegrino Sid Otto Danielle Dageenakis

E-mail

sotteman@regis.edu

Sade Akindele

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<<< Administration >>> Ann Martin

Director of Athletics Ann Martin begins her third year as the Director of Athletics at Regis University after beginning her tenure on June 1, 2010. She enters her eighth year at Regis in 2012-13 where she previously held the the associate director of athletics title during the 2009-10 season and prior to that the assistant athletic director title. In January of 2011, she was named the Chair of the NCAA Management Council. Martin replaced Rick Cole of Dowling College and served a one-year term. She has been a member of the Management Council and was also chair of the Legislation Committee in 2008. In 2011-12 Martin saw two of her teams, baseball and women’s soccer win RMAC Championships with the baseball team earning just their second ever berth into the NCAA Division II Baseball Championships. Off the court, she saw 106 of the 207 student-athletes earn a 3.5 grade point average or better in the spring semester. Martin’s first year was a memorable one with two teams, women’s soccer and softball, winning Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championships and four teams, women’s soccer, softball, men’s soccer and men’s golf all qualifying for NCAA postseason action. Martin was the assistant director of athletics from 2005-09 overseeing all areas of NCAA Compliance, Marketing and Promotions, sport oversight and represents Regis on several NCAA committees and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) committees. She also performs in the role of Senior Woman’s Administrator (SWA) for Regis. Along with her duties at Regis, Martin has served on the NCAA DII Management Council since January 2007. In March of 2007, she was named to the NCAA Legislation Committee and was elected as the chair of the committee in 2008. Martin is one of two Division II Management Council liaisons to the NCAA DII Student -Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and serves on the Student-Athlete Development Project Team. In 2008 Martin served on the NCAA DII Strategic Planning Project Team, helping set the NCAA DII Strategic Plan for 2009-2012. Additionally, she was a facilitator for the NCAA DII Leadership Academy in the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 academic years. She also served as a facilitator for the NCAA Student-Athlete Development Conference during the 2009 conference. Martin has been a member of the National Association of Collegiate Athletic Administrators (NACWAA) since 2004. She is a NACWAA/HERS West 2005 graduate and serves as a member of the NACWAA Education and Professional Development Committee. NACWAA awarded Martin the initial Judith M. Sweet Commitment Award in 2008. Locally, she serves on the Sportswomen of Colorado Nominating Committee, a position she has held since the fall of 2006. Martin previously served as the Assistant Commissioner at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) in Colorado Springs, Colo. (2004-05). Prior to her stint at the RMAC, Martin was the Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Colorado State University – Pueblo. Martin, who was at CSU - Pueblo from 2002 through 2004, also served as the Student Development Coordinator, the Assistant Compliance Coordinator, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) sponsor, an Adjunct Professor and a Challenge Course Instructor during her time with the Thunderwolves. Martin earned her bachelor’s degree from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri, in May of 2001. Martin went on to earn her master’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado in August of 2005.

Kelly McLaughlin Assistant Athletic Director, Compliance Kelly McLaughlin begins her third year as assistant director of athletics in 2012-13. McLaughlin heads the student-athlete services and compliance department, while also being an integral part of the overall administration of Regis athletics. McLaughlin is designated as the Senior Woman Administrator at Regis, where she began her duties on August 3, 2010. McLaughlin served on a number of committees in her first season at Regis including the Denver Public Schools student engagement initiative, the Regis University reporting data group and the NCAA institutional self study. McLaughlin had been the head athletic trainer at Bishop Machebeuf High School in Aurora, Colo. since 2008 before being hired in 2010, while concurrently being employed as a transportation security officer at Denver International Airport. Prior to those positions McLaughlin was part of the athletic department at RMAC-foe Colorado Christian University from 2000-2008. She began her tenure at CCU as the Cougars head athletic trainer and quickly moved into the associate athletic director role. McLaughlin exclusively supervised six sports as well as the athletic training program. She did a variety of jobs including but not limited to: fundraising, NCAA, compliance and eligibility, student-athlete academic coordination, and NCAA and RMAC reporting. Some of McLaughlin’s main responsibilities will be to monitor NCAA, RMAC and Regis compliance for all 12 sports. She will also monitor and track recruiting and do all reporting for the above three entities. McLaughlin will also be instrumental in student-athlete services and serve as a liaison between athletics and student services on campus. McLaughlin earned her athletic training degree from Metropolitan State College of Denver in 1995 as well as a secondary english education degree. McLaughlin and her husband Jim reside in Arvada.

Logan Garvin Assistant Athletic Director, Marketing and Promotions Logan Garvin enters his third as Assistant Director of Athletics for the 2012-13 school year. He began his duties on August 3, 2010. Garvin works extensively with the external relations of the department including fundraising, event management, sponsorship, promotions and marketing as well as assisting in day-to-day operations. Garvin serves on a number of committees including the men’s soccer regional advising committee, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference image and public relations committee, and the Regis Athletics Hall of Fame committee. Prior to Regis, Garvin finished a one-year appointment as the marketing and promotions associate at the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2010. He was an integral part in improving the game-day atmosphere as the director of in-game promotions and the manager of student interns. He also helped improve the successful “Read with the Buffs” program where CU student-athletes visited local elementary schools to help promote reading. Garvin is familiar with Regis in a number of ways. While completing his graduate degree in Sport Administration from Northern Colorado, he was a Regis athletic’s department intern from February-July 2009. He helped with compliance reporting as well as the sponsorship and marketing duties. He spent two seasons as a student-athlete at Regis playing for legendary men’s basketball coach Lonnie Porter from 2004-06. The Philomath, Ore. native scored 464 points, a 9.3 point per game average in two seasons and finished as the third leading 3-point field goal percentage shooter at a 41.4 percent clip. He averaged 10.0 ppg in 2005-06, third on the team, while leading the team with 68 assists. Garvin graduated with a 3.8 GPA in 2006 with a degree in communications and a minor in business administration.

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Garvin and former Regis University Women’s Basketball All-American Paulina Tuell were married during the summer of 2012 and make thier home in Littleton.


<<< Sports Information >>> Jeremy Phillips Sports Information Director Jeremy Phillips enters his sixth season as the Regis University Sports Information Director after being hired on Nov. 19, 2007. He serves as the media relations liason, department statistician and is the webmaster for the athletic department’s official website. He also promotes all 12 Regis athletic programs and the successes of all studentathletes and coaches. Phillips also is also a member of the Regis Athletic Hall of Fame board and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Phillips was previously Sports Information Director at Wayne State College, in Wayne, Neb. from 2000-03. He was instrumental in developing a new website for the 16 intercollegiate sports. He began at Wayne State as the Graduate Assistant Sports Information Director handling all communications for volleyball and women’s basketball. A 2000 graduate of Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sport Management. He competed on the men’s basketball team, while also a student assistant in the Briar Cliff sports information office. Phillips resides in Aurora with his wife Megan and two sons Whitaker and Sutton.

Sarah Otteman Assistant Sports Information Director Sarah is in her second year as Assistant Sports Information Director at Regis University. She is a native of Lockport, Ill. She graduated in 2011 from University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas where she earned a B.A. in Strategic Communcations. Sarah was the student assistant at University of the Ozarks her senior year. She helped with Men and Women’s Soccer, Men and Women’s Basketball, Baseball, and Softball. She assisted with media guide publications that would lead to national awards from CoSIDa “College” category which includes NCAA II, NCAA III, NAIA and junior colleges. The sports recognized include Baseball (1st in nation), Men’s Soccer (2nd), and Softball (3rd). At Regis, she will be the main contact for Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Basketball, and Softball. Sarah played four years of softball at Ozarks earning All-Conference Honorable Mention titles her freshman and junior years. She was also a member and Secretary of the Student Athletes’ Advisory Committee.

Contact Information

Athletics:

303-458-4070 3-

Jeremy Phillips Phone Number: Email Address:

303-458-4052 3jsphilli@ @regis.edu

Sarah Otteman Phone Number: Email Address:

303-458-4070 3sotteman@ @regis.edu

Mailing Address:

Athletic Office Fax:

Regis University U 3333 Regis Bouldevard Bo Denver, C CO 80227

Media Services Coverage Regis maintains a comprehensive official athletic department web site. Up-to-date information, including schedules, statistics, rosters, and news releases for all varsity sports are provided. Biographical information for players and coaches provide in-depth coverage found only on www.regisrangers.com. In-game live stats and live video streaming is done for all home basketball games. General department news, basketball-related links, Blue and Gold Club and Hall of Fame information are all found on the site. Game programs will be given out prior to each game. Credentials: Media or photo credentials are not required for admittance to Ranger basketball games. However, it is requested that media seeking to cover a game contact the Sports Information Director prior to the game to esnure seating at press row. Requests for seating in press row can be made at (303) 458-4052 or via e-mail to Jeremy Phillips at jsphilli@ regis.edu. Press Services: Game programs, rosters, up-to-date results, and statistics are available to woring members of the media prior to each home game. Additional information is abailable by request. An official NCAA box score and playby-play information may be obtained from the SID approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of the game. Interviews: All player and coach interviews must be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Newspapers: The Denver Post 101 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, Colo. 80202 Phone: (303) 954-1294 Email: sports@denverpost.com Mile High g News P.O. Box 17270 Golden, Colo. 80402 Phone: (303) 279-5541 Email: sportsdesk@milehighnews.com YourHub www.yourhub.com Regis g Highlander g 3333 Regis Blvd. Denver, Colo. 80221 Email: highlandersubs@gmail.com Web Address: regishighlander.com Radio: KRCX - (303) 964-5392 (Regis University Student Radio)

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<<< Athletic Trainers >>> Gregg Harper

Director of Sports Medicine Gregg Harper begins his 14th year at Regis University in 2012-13. Harper came to Regis after spending eight years on the University of Nebraska Kearney’s training staff (1990-92 as a graduate assistant). Harper oversees the day-to-day operations of the sports medicine staff and will be directly involved with men’s soccer and men’s basketball teams in 2012-13.

Denise Holloway

Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Denise Holloway will begin her first year with the Rangers in 2013. She comes to Regis after serving as Assistant Athletic Trainer at University of Hawaii at Hilo for four years starting in August of 2009. While at Hilo as a certified trainer, Holloway covered women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf and softball. During her time there, the trainer was also a guest lecturer for all four years and Senior Woman Administrator from August 2010 to August 2012.

Harper’s additional responsibilities for the Rangers include supervising the athletic department’s REACH (Responsible Educated Athletes Choosing Healthy Lifestyles) and Student- Before serving at Hilo, Holloway worked at Atrium Medical Center in Athlete Insurance. Middletown, Ohio from July 2007 to July 2009 where she was also Head

Athletic Trainer for Miami Middletown University. She covered women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball as well as high school athletics and clinics.

A 1990 graduate of Fort Lewis College in Durango, Harper went on to earn his M.A. in Education from UNK in 1993. During the summers of 1989 and 1990, Harper interned with the Arizona Cardinals The trainer did her graduate assistantship at two universities, the last beFootball Club. ing Wright State University, a NCAA Division I school that participates in the Horizon League from 2006-07. Her first graduate year in 2005-06 was

Harper, a 1985 graduate of Overland High School, currently resides spent at Cumberland University, a NAIA school. in Aurora.

Geoffrey Eden

Graduate Assistant Director of Sports Medicine

She was a student assistant in the athletic training department in Anchorage, AK at University of Alaska-Anchorage where she covered a variety of sports. Holloway received her Master of Education degree from Wright State in

Geoffrey Eden begins his first year 2007 and her Bachelor of Science in Education from Wright in 2005. with the Rangers in 2013 after graduating from fellow Rocky Mountain AthVinh Ngo letic Conference school Metro State Graduate Assistant Director of with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine Athletic Training. He completed the AT certification exam in June of this Vinh Ngo graduated from Metro State year and began work at RU in August. in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and an emphasis in While at Metro, Eden worked with Human Performance and Sport. He Roadrunner softball, football, basecompleted his BOC exam certification ball, lacrosse, track and field, softball, soon after graduating. volleyball, wrestling, basketball, soccer and field hockey. He also worked During his time with the Roadrunners, as the peer-elected Secretary of the Ngo worked with tennis, basketball, Metro State Student Athletic Trainers’ softball and baseball. He is certified Association. in First Aid and Emergency Response and has sufficient experience with Throughout undergrad, Eden worked with the Steadman Hawkins the prevention and care of athletic Clinic, University of Boulder, the Colorado Athletic Training Assoinjuries including taping athletes for ciation, several Colorado basketball tournaments and the Denver Pigame and practice, rehabilitation and rates semi-pro football team. creating and executing rehabilitation protocols for upper and lower body musculoskeletal/orthopedic paHe currently resides in Denver, Colo. thologies.

Candace Townley

Graduate Assistant Director of Sports Medicine

Candace Townley begins her first year as a graduate assistant in the sports medicine department at Regis. She recently graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Neb. in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. While at NWU, she assisted with proper documentation first aid, prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation with football, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, indoor and outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s basketball, tennis, cross country, softball and baseball. She also served as the head student athletic trainer for NWU football in 2012. During her time in Lincoln, Townley worked with Lincoln Northeast High School, Lincoln Orthopedic Physical Therapy and with a Family Practice Specialist. A native of Colorado, Townley also worked with Accelerate Physical Therapy out of Thornton, Colo. She currently resides in Denver, Colo.

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He also did clinical rotation at Golden HS, Eaglecrest HS, Alameda HS and with the Denver Pirates semi-pro football team. Ngo currently resided in Denver, Colo.


<<< Sports Medicine >>> Dr. Charles Gottlob Team Physician Panorama Orthapedics and Spine Center

Dr. Tod Sweeney Team Physician Sports and Family Medicine of Colorado

Charles A. Gottlob, MD, is a boardcertified orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, arthroscopy and reconstructive surgery of the knee, shoulder and elbow. Dr. Gottlob received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and attended Medical School at the UCLA School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at Northwestern University in Chicago. Dr. Gottlob completed an orthopedic sports medicine fellowship at the Hughston Clinic in Georgia.

Dr. Tod Sweeney is a native of Lakewood, Colorado and played collegiate baseball at the University of Pennsylvania where as an undergraduate, his interest in sports medicine developed.

Following fellowship, Dr. Gottlob returned to Northwestern University, where he served as a faculty member from 1996-2001. Dr. Gottlob has served as the head team physician for the Chicago Wolves Hockey Team (American Hockey League, 1996-2001), orthopedic consultant for the Chicago Blackhawks (1998-2001), orthopedic consultant for the Chicago Bears (2000-2001) and troupe physician for the Hubbard Street Dance Company (1998-2001). Dr. Gottlob continues to care for athletes of all levels, and he has authored numerous papers in the field of Orthopedic Sports Medicine. He is also the Co-director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship program at Panorama. Dr. Mitchell Seeman Team Physician Panorama Orthapedics and Spine Center Mitchell D. Seemann, MD is a boardcertified orthopedic surgeon. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toledo, majoring in exercise physiology and completed his medical degree at the Medical School of Ohio in Toledo. For his internship and residency, Dr. Seemann attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. After determining his specialty would be sports medicine, and in particular injuries to the shoulder and knee, he completed fellowship training at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Vail, Colorado. Dr. Seemann is a former staff physician for the US Women’s Ski Team. An avid athlete himself, including four years of collegiate varsity basketball, he brings empathy to his practice. Currently, Dr. Seemann is a Colorado Delegate to the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM). Dr. Seemann stays involved with local athletes through his work as the Medical Director of Jefferson County Athletic Trainers and the Team Physician for Regis University and Columbine High School. He is a member of the Medical Team for the PGA and LPGA and received the honor of “Top Doc” 2005/2006 in the Denver magazine, 5280.

After finishing his undergraduate work, Dr Sweeney went to medical school at the University of Vermont and then completed a Family Medicine residency at Maine Medical Center. Continuing his passion for sports medicine from his playing days, Dr Sweeney completed a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Colorado, and is now Board Certified in both Sports and Family Medicine. Today, Dr. Sweeney is the team physician for local area high schools, universities and professional sports teams. He also helps hundreds of local athletes with performance, injury prevention, and injury recovery. Dr. Sweeney is also an accomplished writer, educator and leader in his field. He has published several articles about sports medicine and shares his knowledge at conferences across the country. As a clinical instructor at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Saint Anthony’s Family Medicine Residency Program, he educates medical students and residents. Paying it forward and advancing sports and family medicine is important to Dr. Sweeney. He recently completed his tenure as the Family Medicine Department Chairman at Exempla Lutheran Medical Center and as President for the Rocky Mountain American College of Sports Medicine Regional Chapter, where he now serves as the Regional Chapter Representative. Additionally, he is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Academy of Family Practice. He is also a member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine. Dr. Sweeney, his wife and three daughters embrace the Colorado lifestyle and it reflects in their family-centered practice. They love hiking, biking, skiing, running and traveling, and of course, staying healthy. Dr. Thomas Maino Team Physician Sports and Family Medicine of Colorado Dr Maino joins Sports and Family Medicine of Colorado with an amazing list of medical accomplishments, is an Electrical Engineer and has a true zest for sports and adventure. He graduated from the University of Colorado Medical School and completed his family practice residency and sports medicine fellowship at the University of Maryland. Dr. Maino served as a Naval Flight Surgeon, the team physician for the University of Maryland Terrapins and has been the medical director for several ultra events including the Leadville Trail 100 races. He shares his patients’ passions, especially for rock climbing and cycling. He works with patients of all ages for both sports and primary care.

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<<< Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference >>>

Chris Graham RMAC Commissioner Chris Graham is the new Commissioner of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (NCAA Division II) as announced by RMAC Presidents’ Council Chairman Dr. Stephen Jordan. Graham was selected after a nationwide search and is the sixth Commissioner in the 104-year history of the conference. He will start his duties on December 1. Graham is currently serving in his tenth year as Executive Director of the Midwest Conference (NCAA Division III), located in Ripon, Wisc. Graham worked to advance legislative standards, policy making, technology, communications, officiating, marketing, student-athlete awards and recognition, and a focus on diversity and student-athlete well-being. Under his guidance the MWC became the first league in Division III to establish a conference-wide webcasting agreement providing live video of league contests to over 50,000 parents, alumni and fans to date. Elevated membership standards, standing committee development and more stringent student-athlete safety measures were key legislative areas developed with Graham’s leadership and experience. Prior to serving as Executive Director of the MWC, the Ripon College graduate spent four years as the league’s Assistant Commissioner and Sports Information Director. He also enjoyed a standout career as a student-athlete in the Midwest Conference, earning all-conference accolades in basketball and baseball during his time at Ripon College. As a co-captain on the basketball team and outfielder on the baseball squad, Graham was a part of three Midwest Conference championship teams, winning the league title in baseball in 1990 and basketball championships during the 1990-91 and 1991-92 seasons. In 1995, two years after graduating from Ripon with a BA in Business Management, Graham became the Sports Information Director and Assistant Baseball Coach at his alma mater before joining the Midwest Conference office in 2000. Graham holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Higher Ed Admin from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is joined by his wife Penny and three daughters Alaina, Sydney and Nora.

Eric Danner RMAC Assistant Commissioner

edanner@rmacsports.org Assistant Commissioner Eric Danner is in his eighth year with the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. He originally joined the staff on a full-time basis as Media Relations Director in July 2005. He was promoted to Assistant Commissioner in January of 2006. Danner oversees all RMAC broadcasting. This includes hosting and producing, the "RMAC Showcase" a monthly television program that airs on the Altitude Sports & Entertainment Network, which is available in 6.5 million households nationwide. The show also airs weekly on "My KKTV" in Colorado Springs/Pueblo and KSPK in Walsenburg/Trinidad. In addition, Danner serves as co-producer of the RMAC Shootout basketball championships which air live on Altitude 2. He was also co-producer of the "RMAC Football Game of the Week" in 2008 and 2009. Danner is the host and producer of "The RMAC Radio Show" a weekly radio program available on the RMAC Sports Network between August and March. In January 2011, Danner helped launch a video version of the RMAC Radio Show available on the Altitude and RMAC websites. Danner is in charge of producing handbooks for 19 RMAC championship events. He is also the liaison between the conference office and head coaches in men’s soccer, wrestling, men’s and women’s swimming & diving and men’s and women’s golf. The RMAC’s awards program is also directed by Danner. The RMAC is currently the only NCAA Division II conference in the nation that provides preseason awards for all sports. Danner coordinates coaches voting for post season all-conference teams and collects data for the all-academic teams.

The RMAC Commissioner seat was vacated after Joel R. Smith accepted the Athletics Director position at RMAC member Chadron State College in June. Smith spent 12 years at the helm of the RMAC. Interim Commissioner Eric Danner will return to his role as Associate Commissioner.

Since 2005, Danner has produced the RMAC Hall of Fame and Awards ceremony. This includes coordinating video production and serving as liaison for the recipients. During was also responsible for putting together the All-Time Teams at the RMAC Centennial Celebration in 2009.

The RMAC is the most historic collegiate conference in the western U.S. Founded in 1909, it has 14 member institutions located in the states of Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and South Dakota.

A 1994 graduate of Metropolitan State College of Denver, Danner and his wife, reside in Falcon, Colo. and are the proud parents of a 7-year-old daughter.

Kaleb Center RMAC Assistant Commissioner for Media and Communication Kaleb Center begins his first official year on staff with the conference office as the RMAC Sports Information Director. He spent last year as an intern for the conference office.

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<<< Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference >>> Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenc ce is a premier NCAA Division II conference lo ocated in the states of Colorado, Nebraska and d New Mexico. The RMAC currently competes s in 21 NCAA Division II sports and has earned more than 30 NCAA Division II national cham mpionships and more than 20 national runne er-ups since 1992. Founded in 1909, the RMAC is the fourth oldest conference in the United S States. The RMAC Mission The Rocky Mountain Athletic Confe erence is a Presidents’ Conference, committted to the principles set forth in the NCAA A Division II Philosophy Statement. Our focus is on the overall educational experien nce of our student-athletes and the integratiion of the athletic programs into the total e educational mission of our member schoolls. We seek to maintain institutional diversitty and autonomy, and to promote individual diversity among the student-athletes and a athletic staffs of our member institutions. W We are committed to fostering the general w welfare of our student-athletes and to develloping their athletic skills and academic abiilities. We provide leadership to develop and maintain a balance between competitive excellence and stability within our conferrence.

List of RMAC Conference Members Adams State College Black Hills State University Chadron State College Colorado Christian University Colorado Mesa University Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University-Pueblo Fort Lewis College Metropolitan State College of Denver New Mexico Highlands University Regis University University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Western New Mexico University Western State College

RMAC Address 1867 Austin Bluffs Parkway Suite 101 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 RMAC Phone (719) 471-0066

List of RMAC Newspapers Alamosa Valley Courier Colorado Springs Gazette The Chadron Record The Denver Post Durango Herald Grand Junction Sentinel Gunnison Country Times Kearney Hub Las Vegas Optic The Pueblo Chieftain Silver City Daily Press

RMAC Fax (719) 471-0088 RMAC Sportsmanship Code The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is committed to sportsmanship. We take pride in the conduct of our student-athletes and coaches, and ask that everyone - coaches, athletes and spectators treat opponents and officials with respect. We encourage you to cheer for your favorite team during today’s competition. At the same time, please demonstrate the respect you would like to be shown as visitors on their campus. Unruly, threatening or obsecene behavior will not be condoned at today’s game. Thank you for your cooperation and support.

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<<< Head Coach JB Belzer >>> Head Coach JB Belzer enters his 18th season at the helm in 2013 with the 13th most wins in NCAA Division II history. Belzer, now has 244 wins, has also guided the Rangers to five consecutive NCAA Division II Tournament appearances, a first in Regis history. In 2012, the Rangers won their second straight out-right RMAC regular season title with their 13-6-2 record and 10-2-2 RMAC mark. For his efforts, Belzer earned RMAC Coach of the Year honors. Two more Rangers, Ali Cahill and Marissa Davis were named All-Americans with Cahill garnering two honors, including a third team selection by the NSCAA. With the Rangers 1-0 victory over Mesa State in the first round of the RMAC Tournament in 2009, Belzer became the seventh fastest Division II coach to reach 200 victories. He guided the 2011 squad to a 15-6 overall record including the regular season championship with an 11-3 RMAC record. For the 10th time in 17 seasons, Belzer notched at least 15 wins. It was the Rangers first regular season championship since 2001 and follows the 2010 team which won the RMAC Tournament crown. Two Rangers, Jordan Miller and Alison Cahill each were named to two All-America teams. Regis defeated Colorado Mesa in the first round of the NCAA Tournament but fell to host Fort Lewis in the second round. For the third straight season, Belzer led the Rangers to the NCAA Tournament in 2010. Regis won the RMAC Tournament Championship for the first time since 2003 entering the tournament as the #2 seed. The Rangers won their first round matchup with New Mexico Highlands 3-2 and then tied Winona State 1-1 but fell in a shootout 4-2. The Rangers finished with a #22 final ranking in the NSCAA Division II Coaches’ Poll. He returned the Rangers to the promise land for the sixth time and second in a row in his 14 years at the helm of the Ranger Women’s Soccer program in 2009. He guided the Rangers to a 14-5-4 record before falling to Colorado Mines in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In 2008 the Rangers registered a 17-7 record advancing to the third round of the NCAA Tournament and a #14 final national ranking. The Rangers had a two-year hiatus from NCAA tournament play after earning back-to-back berths in 2004 and 2005. Hired prior to the 1996 campaign, Belzer is just the second head coach in program history. During his first 17 seasons on the bench with the Rangers, Belzer has amassed a 244-103-20 (.692) overall record heading into 2013. In his initial season in 1996, Belzer led Regis to a 15-5-3 overall record and proceeded to guide the Rangers to their second appearance at the NCAA II Final Four. Belzer’s teams have posted a .500-or-better record in 16 of his 17 years at the helm. Belzer has guided the Rangers to five regular season RMAC Championships and four RMAC Tournament Championships. Along the way he has amassed a 159-51-13 (.742) record in conference matches which is the most by any RMAC coach during that span. Belzer’s teams have been very successful at home as well as on the road. Each season Belzer has scheduled home games with highly ranked opponents. In 2007, Regis hosted perennial powers Barry (Fla.) University and Grand Valley State, which was ranked second at the time. Despite the tough competition Belzer’s teams are 129-41-8 (.747) at home and 100-55-11 (.636) on the road. In 2001, Belzer guided the Rangers to one of the most successful seasons in club history. In addition to setting a new single-season record for victories (18-1-1 overall), the team finished the season ranked #10 (NCAA II) in the country. Winners of the RMAC Tournament during three of the five seasons (2000-01, 2003), the Rangers also hosted the NCAA II Midwest Region Championship Match in 2001. Over the four seasons, five Rangers had gone on to earn First Team NCAA II All-American honors. The Rangers’ 2004 appearance in the Midwest Region Championship Match marked the fourth time in program history that Regis had advanced into NCAA II post-season competition. A native of Edmond, Oklahoma, Belzer attended and played soccer at the University of Tulsa for one season before transferring to Oklahoma State University. While at OSU, Belzer served as the head coach of the boy’s soccer team at Stillwater High School. Upon earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Science Education from OSU in 1991, Belzer returned to Edmond Memorial High School, his alma mater, to teach science and coach boy’s soccer. During his three years at EMHS, Belzer registered a 33-7-4 overall record and captured the 1994 State Championship. Belzer, who also served an assistant men’s soccer coach at Oklahoma Christian University in 1992, returned to the University of Tulsa in 1994 as a graduate assistant for both the men’s and women’s programs. In 1997, while coaching at Regis, Belzer completed his MBA (Tulsa). In addition to having coached a number of girl’s club squads, Belzer has also spent time with several boy’s and girl’s Olympic Development Program (ODP) teams. On top of his coaching duties at Regis, Belzer also serves on the NSCAA’s NCAA II Women’s Soccer Committee. From 1998 to 2001, Belzer served as the Chair on the NCAA II Midwest Regional Rankings Committee and was the National Chair in 2001. Even more, Belzer holds both an NSCAA Premier Diploma and a US Soccer National “A” License. Belzer, resides in Aurora with his wife, Trina, and their sons, Joshua and Sean.

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<<< Assistant Coaches >>> Kaleen Adami

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Kaleen Adami starts her first season as a graduate assistant for Regis women’s soccer in January 2013 after assisting University of Pennsylvania during the 2010-11 seasons. While there, she recruited prospective athletes, provided academic support to her student-athletes, organized community service projects and maintained social media sites among other things.

Megan Monroig

Graduate Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Megan Monroig begins her first season on the Ranger coaching staff in 2013. She comes to Denver after graduating from Penn State in 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology and an emphasis in Movement Science. Before moving to Denver, from September 2012 to August 2013 Monroig was the Director of Operations for Penn State’s Track and Field and Cross Country Teams. As the DO, she assisted with the daily operations of running the DI programs including organizing events, gear distribution, and communicating between student-athletes and coaches

During this time, Adami worked as the Assistant Camp Director for the Penn Soccer Academy where she coordinated day and residential camp academies for over 600 campers. She also organized on-campus clinics for prospective student-athletes and arranged clinics with clubs among other things. in the area to promote the academy. From March to September of 2012, she worked as a Nursing Assistant Adami also worked as the assistant coach for Penn Fusion ECNL Girls at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Penn. and since May of U-18 where she mentored future college athletes through the college 2011, she was an Administrative Intern for the Region I Olympic Develcommitment process and conducted training sessions for elite athletes. opment Program. While with the Olympic program, she was actively involved in regional camps in providing assistance in training sessions. She has also coached for the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program, Colorado Rush School of Excellence, Regis While at Penn State, Monroig worked at both residential and day camps Soccer Academy, US Air Force Academy Falcon Soccer Camp and Julie from 2008 to 2011. She helped create drills for long practice sessions helping players advance to their next skill level. Foudy Sports Leadership Academy. Before heading into the coaching ranks, Adami played soccer for The Pennsylvania State University. She graduated in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in Crime, Law and Justice and minors in Sociology and Business. A four-year letterwinner, she was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, while also playing on the Big Ten Championship team all four years she was involved with the program.

During her collegiate career with the soccer program, she helped her team to Big Ten Conference Champion status from 2007-2010 and Tournament Champion status in 2008. She was nominated captain and received the Sportsmanship Award in 2010. Starting in 2007, she was a four-year starting defender and midfielder for the Nittany Lions.

Adami holds a USSF “C” coaching license and a NSCAA National Diploma.

Mark Forbes

Monroig was also an All-Academic Honoree from 2008-2010, a repreDuring her career, she helped her team to a 2006-07 national quarterfi- sentative of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee from 2010-11, a nalist appearance and an appearance as a national semifinalist in 2005. member of Spitius Leoninus from 2010-11 and part of the Athletic Director’s Leadership Institute from 2008-11. After graduating in 2008, Adami spent a year in Granada, Nicaragua as a Soccer Without Borders Intern. In her position, she organized daily She will begin pursuing her Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadpractices and events for 50-100 Nicaraguan girls and developed pro- ership in 2013 at Regis. grams for players and youth coaches that embodied the organization’s mission.

Originally from the Philadelphia region, Adami now resides in Boulder, Colo.

Jay Hamilton

Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Mark Forbes is entering his eighth year as an assistant to Regis Women’s Soccer in 2013. Forbes will work specifically with the Ranger goalkeepers. Forbes currently coaches the U18 Colorado Edge club team, the University of Colorado Gold club team, and the U6 Shooting Stars. He has 20 years of coaching experience within north area clubs including Colorado Edge, Colorado Xtreme, and the Colorado Storm.

Jay Hamilton is in his third season with the Rangers in 2013. Hamilton brings a wealth of experience not only coaching soccer but as a successfull player. Hamilton had a very successful career as head varsity boys coach at Wheat Ridge High School, a posiAn athlete himself, Forbes played club in tion he had held since 2005. In 2006, 2008 Colorado and collegiate soccer at Regis as and 2009, Hamilton was named the Jeffco the keeper and graduated from Regis in 1992 before going on to play for Coach of the Year. Since 2007, he has been a number of different professional indoor soccer teams. involved with different teams within the Colorado Edge Soccer Club. He holds a USSF ‘A’ License and a USSF National Goalkeeper License. Hamilton, who first attended the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, finished out his col- He currently lives in Arvada, Colo. with his wife Stephanie and three lege days at Metro State in 2001. Hamilton children, Patrick, Jocelyn, and Mia. His hobbies include drag racing and played on a number of teams in different professional indoor soccer spending time with his kids. leagues. He was a member of the Denver Dynamite team from 2008-10 Forbes’ full-time job is in the Regis University Physical Plant as the asof the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL-Pro). sistant director for performance.

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<<< 2013 Rangers >>>

2013 Regis University Women’s Soccer Roster No. Name 00 Kat Crump 0 Brianna Randall 1 Ellen Augsburger 3 Alison Cahill 4 Kate Pellegrino 5 Meghan Stuart 6 CC Rinehart 7 Rebecca Brunson 8 Taylor Hendren 9 Kelly Crowe 10 Rachel McMahon 11 Maison O’Neill 12 Nicholette Sartori 13 Dahlia Gutierrez 14 Sid Otto 15 Danielle Dageenakis 16 Abby Burke 17 Kendal Kagawa 18 Maddie Charland 19 Cassandra Hanna 21 Catherine Anger 23 Kiki Arnold 24 Sade Akindele

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

Cl. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So.

Head Coach: JB Belzer Assistant Coaches: Kaleen Adami Athletic Trainer:

Ht. 5-4 5-9 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-0 5-9 5-8 5-6 5-1 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-10 6-0

Hometown/Previous School(High School) Huntsville, Ala./Huntsville HS Minden, Nev./Douglas HS Fenton, Mo./Nerinx Hall HS Boise, Idaho/Capital HS Berkeley Heights, N.J./IMG Pendleton Arvada, Colo./Pomona HS Longmont, Colo./Silver Creek HS Albuquerque, N.M./St. Pius X HS Highlands Ranch, Colo./Mountain Vista HS Seattle, Wash./Eastside Catholic HS Tacoma, Wash./Stadium HS Boise, Idaho/Timberline HS Malarbar, Fla./Western Kentucky University (Palm Bay HS) Denver, Colo./St. Mary’s Academy HS Highlands Ranch, Colo./Highlands Ranch HS Longmont, Colo./Silver Creek HS Pflugerville, Texas/Pflugerville HS Honolulu, Hawaii/Maryknoll HS Keller, Texas, Keller HS Littleton, Colo./Chatfield HS Rochester, Mich./Marion HS Boulder, Colo./Legacy HS Thornton, Colo./Legacy HS


<<< Quick Facts & Roster Breakdown >>> Starters Returning (9) # 00 1 3 5 10 14 15 17 24

Player Brianna Randall Ellen Augsburger Alison Cahill Meghan Stuart Rachel McMahon Sid Otto Danielle Dageenakis Kendal Kagawa Sade Akindele

Cl. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So.

Ht. 5-9 5-3 5-4 5-6 5-1 5-8 5-7 5-4 6-0

Pos. GK GK D F MF F MF MF F

GP-GS 14-11 11-10 21-21 21-21 21-11 21-18 21-20 21-18 21-16

Goals 0 0 0 7 1 11 1 1 14

Asts. 0 0 0 9 2 5 0 3 6

Points 0 0 0 23 4 27 2 5 34

Shots 0 0 0 54 32 53 6 11 43

Other 0.93 goals against Avg. 31 Saves, Two S/Os NSCAA/DAK All-American NSCAA All-Region 3rd Team .469 shot-on-goal % NSCAA All-Region 2nd Team Helped RU to a 1.21 GA Avg. All-RMAC Third Team RMAC Frehsman of the Year

Starters Lost (3) # 9 12 18

Player Marissa Davis Taylor White Maddie Reeves

Ht. 5-8 5-11 5-10

Pos. MF D D

GP-GS 21-21 16-16 21-18

Goals 9 0 2

Ht. 5-4 5-0 5-9 5-5 5-10

Pos. MF F/MF D D MF

GP-GS 21-1 14-5 20-7 0-0 15-4

Asts. 7 0 1

Points 25 0 5

Shots 65 3 11

Asts. 2 1 2 0

Points 6 1 2 2

Other Daktronics All-America Honorable Mention Academic All-RMAC Honorable Mention Academic All-RMAC First Team

Returners (7) # 4 6 7 19 23

Player Kate Pellegrino CC Rinehart Rebecca Brunson Cassandra Hanna Kiki Arnold

Cl. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Goals 2 0 0 1

Shots 17 14 5 6

Other Academic All-RMAC Honorable Redshirted in 2012 Academic All-RMAC Honorable

Key Losses (4) # 2 8 11 16 20 21

Player Kayley Harless Tegan Griffin Chelsea Bokan Katie King Stephanie Davison Erin Kettmann

Ht. So. 5-9 5-7 5-4 Sr. 5-5

Pos. 5-8 D F F/MF 5-6 MF

F

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GP-GS

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Academic All-RMAC Honorable Mention Academic All-RMAC Honorable Mention Redshirted in 2012

Newcomers (9) # 21 16 9 00 13 8 11 12

Player Cl. Ht. Pos. Hometown/Last School (High School) Catherine Anger Fr. 5-6 F Rochester, Mich. (Marion HS) Notes: Led MHS to State Championship status in 2012 and 2010 Abby Burke Fr. 5-4 D/MF Pflugerville, Texas (Pflugerville HS) Notes: Named Second Team All-District in 2012 and First Team All-District in 2010 and 2009 Kelly Crowe Fr. 5-6 F/MF Seattle, Wash. (Eastside Catholic HS) Notes: All-Metro First Team in 2012; All-Metro Second Team 2009-2011 Kat Crump Fr. 5-4 GK Huntsville, Ala. (Huntsville HS) Notes: Named Best New Player in 2011; Huntsville Times Elite and Birmingham News First Team in 2012 Dahlia Gutierrez Fr. 5-5 D Denver, Colo. (St. Mary’s Academy HS) Notes: Also played basketball and field hockey. Named to All-Colorado team in field hockey Taylor Hendren Fr. 5-8 D Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Mountain Vista HS) Notes: Named MVHS Team MVP and MVHS Team Defensive MVP in 2012 Maison O’Neill Fr. 5-8 D Boise, Idaho (Timberline HS) Notes: 3-time All-Southern Idaho Conference defender; 2-time THS Defensive MVP Nicholette Sartori Jr. 5-7 F Malarbar, Fla./Western Kentucky Univ.(Palm Bay HS) Notes: Played in 34 games for the Hilltoppers, gathering four goals, three assists and nine points in two years

Roster Breakdown By Class: Seniors(5): Ellen Augsburger, Alison Cahill, Rachel Mc cMahon, CC Rinehart and Meghan Stuart Juniors(5): Kiki Arnold, Rebecca Brunson, Cassandra Hanna, Kendal Kagawa and Nicholette Sartori Sophomores(5): Sade Akindele, Danielle Dageenakis, Sid Otto, Kate Pellegrino and Brianna Randall Freshmen(8): Catherine Anger, Abby Burke, Maddie C Charland, Kelly Crowe, Kat Crump, Dahlia Gutierrez, Taylor Hendren and Mason O’Neill By Position: Goalkeepers(3): Ellen Augsburger, Kat Crump and Brianna Randall Defenders(7): Rebecca Brunson, Alison Cahill, Maddie e Charland, Dahlia Gutierrez, Cassandra Hanna, Taylor Hendren and Maison O’Neill Midfielders(6): Kiki Arnold, Abby Burke, Danielle Dag geenakis, Kendal Kagawa, Rachel McMahon and Kate Pellegrino Forwards(7): Sade Akindele, Catherine Anger, Kelly C Crowe, Sid Otto, CC Rinehart, Nicholette Sartori and Meghan Stuart By State: Alabama(1): Kat Crump Colorado(9): Sade Akindele, Kiki Arnold, Danielle Dag geenakis, Dahlia Gutierrez, Cassandra Hanna, Taylor Hendren, Sid Otto, CC Rinehart and Meghan Stuart Florida(1): Nicholette Sartori Hawaii(1): Kendal Kagawa Idaho(2): Alison Cahill and Maison O’Neill Michigan(1): Catherine Anger Missouri(1): Ellen Augsburger Nevada(1): Brianna Randall New Jersey(1): Kate Pellegrino New Mexico(1): Rebecca Brunson Texas(1): Abby Burke Washington(2): Kelly Crowe and Rachel McMahon

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ELLEN AUGSBURGER

#1 Goalkeeper - 5-1 Fenton, Mo. - Nerinx Hall HS

2012: Started nine games in goal, while appearing in 11 Had back-to-back shutouts in identical 4-0 wins over Adams State and Colorado Christian Logged 870 minutes in net Had a 1.55 goals against average Earned a 5-3-2 record 2011: Played in eight games, while making seven starts Logged 583 minutes Had a 1.23 goals against average Had three saves in a Ranger 1-0 shutout on October 2nd against Colorado Christian Had season-high six saves against Minnesota-Duluth on September 3rd 2010: Played in 22 games in goal while starting 21 Logged 1,936 minutes in goal Allowed just 16 goals with a 0.74 goals against average which was second in the RMAC Went 15-4-2 and had seven shutouts which was also second in the RMAC In first collegiate game, she shutout Hawaii Pacific 1-0 playing all 105 minutes Nerinx Hall High School: A 2010 graduate of Nerinx Hall High School in Webster Groves, Mo. Named MWAA All-Conferene Honorable Mention Helped soccer team to district champions from 2007-2009 Was named field hockey MVP in 2009 Member of J.B. Marine Soccer Club Allowed only three goals as a junior Personal: Born in St. Louis, Mo. Daughter of Gina Baruzzini-Augsburger and Dave Augsburger Has two older brothers Career ambition is to become a coach Sister Emily, played lacrosse at Regis from 2003-2006

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AWARDS 2012 NSCAA All-America Third Team 2012 Daktronics All-America Honorable Mention 2012 NSCAA All-South Central Region First Team 2012 Daktronics All-South Central Region First Team 2012 RMAC Defensive Player of the Year 2012 RMAC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year 2012 All-RMAC First Team 2012 RMAC All-Tournament Team 2012 All-RMAC Preseason 2012 NSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team 2012 NSCAA Scholar All-West Region First Team 2012 RMAC All-Academic Second Team 2011 Daktronics All-America Third Team 2011 NSCAA All-America Third Team 2011 RMAC Defensive Player of the Year 2011 NSCAA All-Central Region First Team 2011 Daktronics All-Central Region First Team 2011 All-RMAC First Team 2011 Academic All-RMAC Second Team 2011 Preseason All-RMAC 2010 NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team 2010 Daktronics All-Central Region Second Team 2010 First Team All-RMAC

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ALISON CAHILL #3 Defender - 5-4 Boise, Idaho/Capital HS

2012: Played and started in all 21 games Logged a team-high 1,737 minutes Helped Regis to a 1.21 goals against average 2011: Played in all 21 games and made 19 starts One of the Rangers top defenders Helped the Rangers to an 0.85 goals against average, sixth best in school history Took two shots on the season 2010: Started in all 23 games as a true freshman Played in a team-high 2,106 minutes Helped Rangers to a 0.83 goals against average Capital High School: A 2010 graduate of Capital High School in Boise, Idaho Named First Team All-State in 2009 Named second team both in 2007 and 2008 Helped lead CHS to state runner-up finish in 2008 Voted team MVP in 2008 Played for Les Bois club team which is the same club current Ranger teammate Chelsea Bokan played for Earned four letters each in soccer and track and field Personal: Born in Boise, Idaho Daughter of Jenny Cahill and Gus Cahill Has one older brother

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AWARDS 2012 NSCAA All-South Central Region Third Team 2012 All-RMAC Second Team 2012 RMAC All-Tournament Team RMAC Offensive Player of the Week (October 23, 2012) 2012 Preseason All-RMAC 2012 RMAC All-Academic Second Team 2011 Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll RMAC Offensive Player of the Week (September 27, 2011) 2010 RMAC All-Tournament Team

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MEGHAN STUART #5 Forward - 5-6 Arvada, Colo./Pomona HS

2012: Started all 21 games Led the team with nine assists, fourth most in the RMAC Put in seven goals, fourth most on the team Tallied 1,376 minutes Attempted 54 shots, with 25 being on goal Had two game-winning goals Had two goals and an assist in the Rangersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 6-3 win over Fort Lewis on Oct. 19th Tallied three assists in Regisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 4-0 win over Colorado Christian on Sept. 23rd 2011: Played in all 21 games while making 17 starts Tied for the team lead with four game-winning goals Second on the team with seven assists which was seventh most in the RMAC Also scored six goals Led the team with 37 shots on goal Second with 70 shots Had a hand in all three of the Rangers goals in their 3-1 victory over Minnesota-Duluth on September 3rd. She had two goals including the game winner and one assist in the season-opening win Had season-high seven shots in Rangers 2-1 win over Metro State on September 21st 2010: Played in all 23 games while making 17 starts Led all Regis freshman with six goals and 16 points Also posted four assists Had one game-winning goal Third on the team with 62 shots Had a goal and an assist in the Rangers 6-1 victory over UC-Colorado Springs on October 10th Pomona High School: A 2010 graduate of Pomona High School in Arvada, Colo. Honorable mention all-state during senior season Team MVP both her junior and senior seasons Named First Team All-JeffCo League in each of her final two seasons Lettered four times in soccer and three in track and field Had the 6th fastest time in the state of Colorado in the 100-meter dash at 13.1 seconds Personal: Born in Denver, Colo. Daughter of Sandy Stuart and Steve Stuart Has three siblings Hobbies include; golfing, swimming and riding dirt bikes Her career ambition is to become a journalist

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AWARDS 2011 All-RMAC Second Team 2010 RMAC Tournament MVP 18


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CC RINEHART

#6

Forward - 5-0 Longmont, Colo./Silver Creek HS

2012: Played in 14 games, while making five starts Had one assist on the season, it came in the season opener against Western State on Sept. 1st in a 6-1 Ranger win Attempted 14 shots on the season 2011: Started 18 games while playing in 20 Third on the team with five assists Also scored four goals Fourth on the team with 13 points Second on the team with two game-winning goals Scored a goal in four straight games from September 25th through October 9th in which the Rangers were a perfect 4-0 Also had an assist in the Rangers 4-0 victory over Adams State on September 30th Had season-high seven shots against UC-Colorado Springs on October 9th 2010: Played in 20 games and started 11 Scored three goals and had four assists Scored the game-winning goal in the Rangers 5-1 victory over Colorado Christian on October 3rd In two games against New Mexico Highlands in the RMAC Tournament and the NCAA Tournament she scored two goals and had two assists Silver Creek High School: A 2010 graduate of Silver Creek High School in Longmont, Colo. First Team All-Northern Conference her final two seasons Scored eight goals and was second on the team with 14 assists Also played basketball at SCHS for two seasons Helped Silver Creek to a Colorado Class 4A State Championship in 2008 A member of the Boulder County Force club team Personal: Born in Cebu, Phillipines Daughter of Kim Rinehart and Rick Rinehart Has one sibling Loves to snowboard

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AWARDS 2010 All-RMAC Third Team 20


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RACHEL McMAHON

#10 Midfield - 5-1 Tacoma, Wash./Stadium HS

2012: Played in all 21 games, while making 11 starts Played in 1,084 minutes Tallied one goal on the season, it came in the Rangersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 2-1 win over UC-Colorado Springs on Sept. 21st. She assisted on the other goal. 2011: Played in 20 matches while making 12 starts Had four assists Also scored two goals, including one game-winner Took 23 shots Had an assist in four straight games from September 16th through September 23rd Scored one goal each in the Rangers 3-2 loss to Minnesota State, Mankato on September 11th and in the Rangers 4-0 victory over Adams State on September 30th, which ended up being the game-winner 2010: Played in 23 games while starting 22 of them Second on the team with six assists Fourth on the team with 14 points scored Second for Regis with four game-winning goals Played in 1,790 minutes Had two assists in the Rangers 3-0 victory against Adams State on October 29th Stadium High School: A 2010 graduate of Stadium High School in Tacoma, Wash. Earned All-Narrows League Conference all four years Was named the SHS Team MVP in 2009 Earned four letters in soccer and three in tennis Personal: Born in Moses Lake, Wash. Daughter of Ronn and Lisa McMahon Has one younger brother Her father Ronn played basketball at Eastern Washington University from 1987-90

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<<< JUNIOR PROFILE >>>

REBECCA BRUNSON

#7 Defender - 5-9 Albuquerque, N.M./St. Puis X HS

2012: Played in 20 games, while making seven starts Logged 980 minutes Assisted on two goals Attempted five shots, three of which were on goal Had one assist in the Rangers 2-1 win against Incarnate Word on Sept. 7th 2011: Played in eight contests and made one start Saint Pius X High School: A 2011 graduate of Saint Pius X High School in Albuquerque, N.M. Three-year letterwinner Named All-District and All-State in 2009 and 2010 Led SPXHS to three straight state semi-final appearances Had 10 goals and assisted on four others as a senior Personal: Born in Albuquerque, N.M. Daughter of Peter Brunson and Sharon Lessly Has one older sister, Kaitlin Wants to become a physical therapist

Awards 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

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KENDAL KAGAWA

#17 Midfield - 5-4 Honolulu, Hawaii/Maryknoll HS

2012: Played in all 21 games, while making 18 starts Scored one goal on the season, came against Western State in Rangersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; season opener Had three assists on the season 2011: Played in all 21 contests while making two starts Scored one goal and had one assist Scored one goal against New Mexico Highlands in the Rangers 3-2 victory on September 25th Five days later came up with one assist in the Rangers 4-0 victory over Adams State Maryknoll High School: A graduate of Maryknoll High School in Honolulu, Hawaii Lettered four years in soccer and three in volleyball Named First Team All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu in 2010 and second team in 2009 Led team to 2009 and 2010 Hawaii Girls Division II Soccer Champions Played for Leahi Soccer Club Personal: Born in Honolulu, Hawaii Daughter of Andrew and Lea Kagawa Has one older sister, Kelsie Career ambition is to become a physical therapist

Awards 2012 All-RMAC Third Team 2012 RMAC All-Academic First Team

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CASSANDRA HANNA

#19 Defender - 5-5 Littleton, Colo./Chatfield HS

2012: Due to injury, did not see any action 2011: Saw action in seven contests before season-ending injury Made six starts at defender Took eight shots with four being on goal Chatfield High School: A 2011 graduate of Chatfield High School in Littleton, Colo. Earned four letters each in basketball and track A member of the school record 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams Named All-Jeffco in basketball during her senior season Named Chatfield Sprinter of the Year in 2010 A member of the Colorado Rush Nike Soccer Club Led Chatfield in scoring at 10.1 points per game on the hardwood Personal: Born in Littleton, Colo. Daughter of Jack and Tamarah Hanna Has one older brother, Jack Father Jack played baseball at Metro State Wants to become a high school teacher and coach

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KIKI ARNOLD

#23 Midfield - 5-10 Boulder, Colo./Fairview HS

2012: Played in 15 games while making four starts Scored one goal in the Rangers 4-0 over win against Adams State on Sept. 28th Had four shots on goal out of her six total shots taken 2011: Played in 21 games, making 19 starts Scored two goals on the season Scored the game-winning goal against CSU-Pueblo on September 23rd Fairview High School: A 2011 graduate of Fairview High School in Boulder, Colo. Named to 2011 Colorado Class 5A Girls Soccer Honorable Mention Team Second Team All-State honoree in 2010 Led FHS to the 2010 Class 4A State Championship Scored six goals and had three assists during her senior season Scored seven goals and four assists in 2010 Her last three seasons at Fairview she scored 15 goals and had 10 assists Named First Team All-Region by the Boulder Daily Camera Personal: Born in Boulder, Colo. Daughter of Kelly Arnold and Ryan Arnold Has one older brother, Cullen and a younger sister, McKenna Brother Cullen plays club lacrosse here at Regis Wants to become a physical therapist

Awards 2012 RMAC Academic Honor Roll 2011 All-RMAC Third Team

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<<< SOPHOMORE PROFILE >>>

BRIANNA RANDALL

#0 Goalkeeper - 5-9 Minden, Nev./Douglas HS

2012: Played in 14 games in goal, while making 11 starts Ranked fourth in the RMAC with a .810 save percentage Tallied 47 saves Her save percentage and 0.93 goals against average are third best amongst freshman all time at Regis Had three shutouts Went 8-3-0 on the season Had back-to-back shutouts against Colorado Christian and Colorado Mesa Made season-high nine saves in her other shutout, a 2-0 win over CSU-Pueblo on Sept. 16th Douglas High School: A 2012 graduate of Douglas High School in Minden, Nev. Nevada all-time leader with 31 career shutouts As a sophomore was named to the ESPN Rise Top players in Nevada Led DHS to the 4A Nevada State Championship in both 2009 and 2010 Named First Team All-State two times Three time Sierra League Goalkeeper of the Year A member of the All-State Academic team A member of the National Honor Society Played for Real Reno and Neusport North futbol clubs Personal: Born in Carson City, Nev. Daughter of Michael Randall and Shelly Randall Has one younger brother, Brian Career ambition is to become a teacher

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KATE PELLEGRINO

#4 Midfield - 5-4 Berkeley Heights, N.J./IMG Pendleton

2012: One of the top reserves for the Rangers as she saw action in all 21 games, while making two starts Put in two goals on the season, while assisting on two others Scored a goal in each of her first two collegiate games Tallied two assists in the Rangersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 3-0 win over Colorado Christian on October 14th IMG Pendelton College Preparatory School: A 2012 graduate of IMG Pendelton College Preparatory School in Pendleton, Fla. Played for IMG Academies and Parsippany soccer clubs Played two seasons at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights, N.J. Led team to CDL championship in 2011 Personal: Born in New York City, N.Y. Daughter of Thomas Pellegrino and Claire Rogich Has one older sister, Alex Favorite food is sushi

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SID OTTO

Forward - 5-8 Highlands Ranch, Colo./ Highlands Ranch HS

2012: Second on the team with 11 goals scored Fifth most goals scored by a freshman in Regis history Also second with 27 total points Assisted on five other goals Second in the RMAC with five game-winning goals Played in all 21 games, while making 18 starts Scored two goals each in the two Ranger wins over Colorado Christian Had one goal and two assists in the Rangersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 6-3 win over Fort Lewis on Oct. 19th Highlands Ranch High School: A 2012 graduate of Highlands Ranch High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo. 2007 - Current ODP 2011 & 2009 State Cup Champion 2007 & 2010 State Cup Finalist 2008 State Cup Semi-Finalist Two-time All-State Second Team Started and played all games in her final two seasons Named to HRHS Honor Roll 2007-2010 2009 & 2010 HRHS Academic Letter of Achievment 2008 Douglas County School District Women in Athletics Award Personal: Born in Wheat Ridge, Colo. Daughter of Paul and Britny Otto Career ambition is to be a nurse or in physical therapy

Awards 2012 NSCAA All-South Central Region Second Team 2012 All-RMAC Second Team

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DANIELLE DAGEENAKIS

#15

Defender - 5-7 Longmont, Colo./Silver Creek HS

2012: Started 20 games as a freshman, while playing in all 21 games Played 1,438 minutes Scored the lone goal for the Rangers, her only of the season, in a 2-1 loss to Metro State on Oct. 7th Silver Creek High School: A 2012 graduate of Silver Creek High School in Longmont, Colo. As as sophomore notched 24 goals, leading Silver Creek while also assisting on six others Scored two goals and had two assists in six games as a senior Notched six goals and had three assists as a junior Four-year letterwinner in soccer and twice in cross country Named All-Northern Conference in 2011 Played for Boulder County Force and Storm soccer clubs Personal: Born in Lafayette, Colo. Daughter of Tony Dageenakis and Linda Dageenakis Has one older brother, Jack and one younger sister, Lexi Wants to becoem a chiropractor or a physical therapist

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SADE AKINDELE

#24 Forward - 6-0 Thornton, Colo./Legacy HS

2012: Led the team in scoring with 34 points Ranked fourth in the RMAC with 14 goals, which is second most by a freshman in Regis history Also assisted on six goals, third most on the team Scored two goals in five different games Had two goals and one assist in the Rangers 6-3 win over Fort Lewis on Oct. 19th 2011: Took a redshirt during the 2011 season Legacy High School: A 2011 graduate of Legacy High School in Broomfield, Colo. Named to 2011 Class 5A Girls Soccer Honorable Mention Team First Team All-Front Range the last three years Named All-Front Range honorable mention in 2010 in basketball Earned four letters in soccer and two in basketball During senior campaign, scored 16 goals and had 10 assists, both led LHS In 2010, she scored 19 goals and dished out nine assists Her last three seasons at Legacy she scored 50 goals and had 24 assists Personal: Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada Daughter of Nina Akindele and Toks Akindele Has one older brother, Tesho, who was the RMAC Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soccer Freshman of the Year at Colorado Mines in 2010

Awards 2012 NSCAA All-South Central Region 2nd Team 2012 Daktronics All-South Central Region 2nd Team 2012 RMAC Freshman of the Year 2012 All-RMAC First Team 2012 RMAC All-Tournament Team 2012 Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll RMAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/30/12)

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KAT CRUMP

# 00 Goalkeeper - 5-4

A 2013 graduate of Huntsville HS in Huntsville, Ala. She played two years of year-round club soccer with BUSA 95 and ECNL BUSA 93. As a junior, she went 24-1 with 17 shutouts and just five goals scored against her. Led HHS to Class 6A state semifinals. Crump was named Huntsville Soccer Player of the Year, Huntsville Times Elite First Team and earned Birminngham News All-State First Team as a junio while also being a member of the National Honor Society.

Huntsville, Ala./ The daughter of Chris and Michele Huntsville HS Crump has one simbling, Morgan. Her career ambition is to become a physical therapist and soccer coach. A 2013 graduate of Mountain Vista HS, she earned two letters at MVHS while also earning three letters in swimming. A four-year captain for Real Colorado, she was also a two-time MVP and a twotime defensive team MVP. She led MVHS to a 19-1 record in 2013 and a state championship while helping MVHS to 16 shutouts out of the 20 games played. The team was also TAYLOR HENDREN ranked #2 in the nation last season by maxpreps.com.

Spent two seasons at W. Kentucky and as a freshman, played in 18 games while making one start with one assists on the record. As a sophomore, started four games while playing in 16 and was third on the team with eight points and notched three goals while assisting on two others. A 2011 graduate of Palm Bay HS, earned five letters in soccer tallying 70 goals and 28 NICHOLETTE SARTORI while assists in her career. Also was a kicker for the PBHS football team where she kicked a 23-yard field Forward - 5-2 goal and had an extra point while Malabar, Fla./W. Kentucky also lettering twice in volleyball and earning two All-Space Coast Palm Bay HS awards.

#12

The daughter of Richard and Jennifer Sartori has one sibling, Anthony. A 2013 graduate of St. Mary’s Academy, she was a three-year soccer letterwinner while also lettering three times in field hockey and basketball. She volunteered in Cuernavaca, Mexico and Linda Vista, Costa Rica. As a senior, the defender scoed one goal on four shots. The daughter of Manuel and

DAHLIA GUTIERREZ Norma Gutierrez has three sib-

# 8

#13

The daughter of Jamie and Sara Highlands Ranch, Colo./ Hendren has three siblings, Abby, Jaelyn and Ellie. She also took a Mountain Vista HS medical and soccer mission trip to Nicaragua.

Denver, Colo./ St. Mary’s Academy

Defender - 5-8

Defender - 5-4

The 2013 graduate of Pflugerville HS was a two-time First Team AllDistrict performer. A member of the Lone Star Soccer Club, Rush Soccer and Pride Soccer Clubs earned Second Team All-District honors as a junior. She was a team captain for three seasons and helped PHS to first their ever state tournament berth after scoring a game-winning goal.

The 2013 graduate of Eastside Catholic HS in Sammamish, Wash. earned First Team All-Metro as a junior. She also earned three Second Team AllMetro selections and lettered in soccer all four years. She led ECHS to a third place finish at state as a junior.

KELLY CROWE

# 9

The daughter of Terry Crowe and Nancy Crowe, she is attending Regis to pursue a major in Psychology. She has logged over 150 hours of community service in high school.

Forward/Midfield - 5-6 Sammamish, Wash./ Eastside Catholic HS

MAISON O’NEILL

# 11 Defender - 5-8 Boise, Idaho/ Timberline HS

ABBY BURKE

# 16 Defender - 5-4 Pflugerville, Texas/ Pflugerville HS

A 2013 graduate of Timberline HS, she played for FC Nova for three seasons and Boise Capitals for six years. In her final three seasons, she played a total of 5,280 minutes and during her senior campaign, she scored 10 goals and had three assists. In her career, she put in 16 goals and had 12 assists from her defender position. She won six state track and field medals in her career and earned All-Southern Idaho Conference three times and First Team All-State as a senior. She led THS to a third place finish at state both as a junioor and senior and played in the District III All-Star game, while winning the US Club National Champion as part of the U16 FC Nova team.

The daughter of Derick and Kathy O’Neill has two brothers, Drake and Paul. Her career ambition is to become a scientific researcher and was a memer of the National Honor Socitety. She founded her own glass and bottle recycling business and her father played football at Santa Clara University (1986-1989(

lings, Lariza, Carlos and Lizeth. Her career ambition is to become a nurse.

The daughter of Ton and Hannah Burke has two siblings, Katie and Torie and her career ambition is to become an orthodontist.

A 2013 graduate of Marian HS in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., during her first three seasons of high school, she scored 25 goals and had 35 assists. She helped Marian HS to two state championships as a freshman and junior and had trhee assists in the championship game as a junior. The daughter of Laura and Larry

CATHERINE ANGER Anger has one brother Patrick.

# 21

Forward - 5-6 Rochester, Mich./ Marian HS

She serves the community by being a religious education teacher and coaching soccer.

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2012 All-RMAC Team

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Overall

W

L

T

Win %

W

L

T

Win %

1. Regis (Colo.)

10

2

2

.786

13

6

2

.667

2. Colorado Mines

10

3

1

.750

18

4

2

.792

3. UC-Colorado Springs

9

3

2

.714

13

4

2

.737

4. Metro State

9

3

2

.714

15

6

2

.696

5. Fort Lewis

8

3

3

.679

13

4

3

.725

6. Colorado Mesa

6

6

2

.500

9

7

3

.553

7. New Mexico Highlands

4

8

2

.357

6

10

2

.389

8. Adams State

3

9

2

.286

5

11

2

.333

9. CSU-Pueblo

2

11

1

.179

2

13

2

.176

10. Colorado Christian

0

13

1

.036

2

15

1

.139

2012 All-RMAC Teams Player of the Year Anna Evans, Colo. School of Mines Defensive Player of the Year Alison Cahill, Regis Freshman of the Year Sade Akindele, Regis Goalkeeper of the Year Kelly Schroeder, UCCS Coach of the Year JB Belzer, Regis First Team Anna Evans, Colorado Mines Sam Weiss, Fort Lewis Karisa Price, Metro State Sade Akindele, Regis Megan Woodworth, Colorado MInes Marissa Davis, Regis Dani Hering, Colorado Mines Alison Cahill, Regis Kelsey Neal, Colorado Mines #Kelci Newlin, Colorado Mesa #Leilani Wiernicki, Colorado Mesa Kelly Schroeder, UCCS *Note - for the first team, coaches selected 3 F, 3 MF, 3 D, 1 GK and one at-large player. The other teams were selevted regardless of position. #Newlin and Wiernicki tied, so 12 players are on the first team, with 10 on the second team. Second Team Agnes Arnadottir, UCCS Sid Otto, Regis Meghan Stuart, Regis Madyson Wellcome, Fort Lewis Elena Benavides, Fort Lewis Tess Hagenlock, Metro State Jayln Yates, Colorado Mines Hayley Renko, Metro State Sarah Pope, Colroado Mesa Hannah Levett, UCCS Third Team Megan Streidel, Fort Lewis Savannah Thompson, CSU-Pueblo Becca Medina, Metro State Lauren Riley, Fort Lewis Marci Johnson, NM Highlands Jessica Kent, Colorado Mesa Autumn Woods, NM Highlands Kaylee Smith, Adams State Sarah Schnetzler, Colorado Mesa Samantha Burneo, Colorado Mesa Kendal Kagawa, Regis

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<<< < < Regis R eg gis sStatistics H His History isto ory a and nd <<< 2012 >>> Records >>> The Automated ScoreBook For Soccer Regis University Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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Date Opponent Sep 1 WESTERN ST. Sep 3 #24 ROLLINS Sep 07 vs Incarnate Word Sep 09 at #18 St. Edward's Sep 14 at Metro State Sep 16 COLORADO ST.-PUEBLO Sep 21 UC-COLO. SPRINGS Sep 23 COLO. CHRISTIAN Sep 28 ADAMS ST. Sep 30 COLORADO MESA Oct 05 at Colorado Mines 10/7/20 METRO ST. Oct 12 at New Mexico Highlands Oct 14 at Colo. Christian 10/19/2 FORT LEWIS Oct 21 at Colorado Mesa Oct 26 at Adams State Oct 28 at Fort Lewis 11/2/20 FORT LEWIS 11/4/20 COLORADO MINES Nov 08 vs #15 Colorado Mines

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Sh o t s / G a m e CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE To t a l Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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OVERALL 13-6-2 10-2-2 3-4

W L W L To2 W W W W W L L W W W W W To2 W L L

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

Att. 306 203 75 125 165 155 223 163 183 216 313 217 75 95 199 197 96 335 0 413 148

RUWS

OPP

49-355 2.33 . 13 8 162-355 . 45 6 16.9 83 1-1

26-216 1.24 . 12 0 105-216 . 48 6 10.3 60 2-2

16 0

13 1

2278 11/207 2/112

1401 8/175

HOME 8-3 6-1 2-2 ##

Player

9 5 14 24 10 21 4 6 11 18 17 23 15 7 12 16 2 8 3 1 00

Marissa Davis Meghan Stuart Sidny Otto Sade Akindele Rachel McMahon Erin Kettmann Kate Pellegrino CC Rinehart Chelsea Bokan Maddie Reeves Kendal Kagawa Kikki Arnold Danielle Dageenakis Rebecca Brunson Taylor White Katie King Kaley Harless Tegan Griffin Alison Cahill Ellen Augsburger Brianna Randall Total Opponents

Goalie 00 Brianna Randall 1 Ellen Augsburger ##

Total Opponents

Goals by Period Regis University Opponents Shots by Period Regis University Opponents

AWAY 4-2-2 4-1-2 0-1 gp 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 14 20 21 21 15 21 20 16 14 10 15 21 11 14 21 21 GP 9 7 14 14

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

g

a

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

9 7 25 65 7 9 23 54 11 5 27 53 14 6 34 43 1 2 4 32 0 1 1 19 2 2 6 17 0 1 1 14 0 0 0 13 2 1 5 11 1 3 5 11 1 0 2 6 1 0 2 6 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 39 137 355 26 22 74 216 Min. 720:00 580:00 1300:00 1300:00

GA

11 15 26 49

.138 27 .415 3 .130 25 .463 2 .208 31 .585 4 .326 28 .651 2 .031 15 .469 0 .000 5 .263 0 .118 5 .294 0 .000 2 .143 0 .000 3 .231 0 .182 5 .455 1 .091 4 .364 1 .167 4 .667 0 .167 2 .333 0 .000 3 .600 0 .000 1 .333 0 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .138 162 .456 13 .120 105 .486 6

GAAvg Saves

1.38 2.33 1.80 3.39

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

21 14

28 12

0 0

0 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

165 182 88 119

5 2

3 7

Saves by Period Regis University Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

32 54

42 55

0 2

5 1

Corners by Period Regis University Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

46 32

36 27

0 0

1 1

Fouls by Period Regis University Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

76 69

93 72

0 0

4 1

47 31 79 112

Total 49 26 Total 355 216 Total 79 112 Total 83 60 Total 173 142

Pct

0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-2

W-L-T

Sho

.810 8-2-0 .674 4-3-2 .752 12-5-2 .696 5-12-2

2 0 2 4


All-Time Opponent History Adams State All-Time Home Away RMAC

Arkansas

20-1 10-0 10-1 20-1

09/15/02 W 10/20/02 W 09/14/03 W 10/19/03 W 09/10/04 W 10/15/04 W 09/11/05 W 10/16/05 L 09/10/06 W 09/28/07 W 10/14/07 W 09/19/08 W 10/26/08 W 09/20/09 W 09/27/09 W 10/01/10 W 10/29/10 W 09/30/11 W 10/28/11 W 09/28/12 W 10/26/12 W * - RMAC Game

All-Time Away Neutral 4-1 2-1 4-0 4-0 3-0 5-0 3-0 0-1 3-2 6-2 4-0 10-0 6-2 9-2 2-1 2-0 3-0 4-0 1-0 4-0 3-1

H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A*

3-3 1-2 2-1 3-3

09/15/93 L 09/19/93 L 09/16/94 W 10/30/94 W 09/03/95 W 10/04/95 L * - CAC Game

California-Davis

0-2 0-1 0-1

All-Time Home Away Neutral

09/08/89 L 1-2 09/22/90 L 1-4 # - NE Missouri State Tournament

N# A

Arkansas-Little Rock All-Time Away

0-1 0-1

09/02/90

L

0-1

All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

10/29/89

W

2-1

H

N#

H* A* H* A* A* H*

3-0 2-0 1-0

10/05/01 10/08/04 08/24/07

W W W

2-0 2-1 3-1

H A H

BYU-Hawaii All-Time Neutral

0-1 0-1

Angelo State All-Time Home Away

2-1 2-0 0-1

09/25/99 09/17/00 08/28/09

W L W

08/26/10 L # - Waipio, Hawaii

5-1 0-1 10-0

H A H

10/20/90 09/12/91 10/24/94

L L W

0-4

N#

California-Irvine All-Time Home Away 1990 1991

0-2 0-1 0-1 L L

0-2 0-3 3-1

A H A

All-Time Away

1-0 1-0

08/26/99

W

4-2

A

Carson-Newman

Barry University

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

1-2 0-1 1-1

Carroll College

1-0 1-0

All-Time Home Away

A H A H H N#

Cal-Poly Pomona All-Time Home Away

Augustana (S.D.) All-Time Neutral

2-4 2-1 0-2 0-1

10/22/91 L 0-4 09/12/92 W 2-1 10/22/93 L 0-5 09/10/94 L 1-2 09/22/96 W 3-1 09/19/97 L 1-3 # - Played in Humboldt, Calif.

A

Augsburg

11/14/08 W 3-0 # - NCAA Division II First Round

Air Force All-Time Home Away CAC

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All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

09/26/08

W (22)

3-0

H

Central Oklahoma All-Time Home Away Neutral

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

09/17/99 W 5-1 H 09/24/00 L 1-4 A 09/05/03 W 2-0 H 10/01/04 W 4-0 A 09/04/05 W 4-0 H 11/11/05 T 2-2 N# (2OT) 10/01/06 L 1-2 A # - NCAA Division II First Round

Chapman 0-1 1-3

A H

All-Time Away

1-0 1-0

10/21/90

W

1-0

A

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All-Time Opponent History

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2-2 0-1 1-1 1-0

10/21/91 L 09/15/92 L 09/10/93 W 09/15/95 W % - Played at Air Force

0-2 0-1 5-1 4-1

A H A N%

College of St. Benedict All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

10/28/89

W

1-0

H

College of the Southwest All-Time Home Away

3-1 2-1 1-0

10/08/89 10/20/89 10/26/90 10/02/92

W L W W

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

A H H H

Colorado Christian All-Time Home Away CAC RMAC 09/15/89 10/26/89 09/25/90 10/09/90 10/02/91 10/12/91 09/17/92 10/06/93 10/30/93 09/28/94 10/12/94 09/20/95 10/28/95 09/10/96 10/09/96 09/09/97 10/08/97 09/01/98 10/13/98 09/15/99 10/26/99 09/06/00

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37-4-2 18-2-1 19-2-1 7-1-0 25-3-2 W W L W W W W W W W W W W L W W T L W W W W

10/22/00 W 09/23/01 W 10/28/01 T 09/22/02 W 10/27/02 W 09/21/03 W 10/26/03 W 09/26/04 W 10/31/04 W 09/23/05 W 10/28/05 W 09/20/06 W 09/21/07 L 10/05/07 W 09/14/08 W 10/17/08 W 10/31/09 W 10/03/10 W 10/02/11 W 09/23/12 W 10/14/12 W # - CAC Game * - RMAC Game

3-2 1-0 1-1 6-0 2-0 5-0 3-0 4-0 6-0 8-1 4-0 3-0 2-3 6-0 2-0 9-0 3-1 5-1 1-0 4-0 3-0

A* H* A* (OT) A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* H* A* H* A* H* A*

Colorado College All-Time Home Away 09/25/89 09/11/90 09/05/92 10/03/93 10/17/95

0-5 0-1 0-4 L L L L L

Colorado Mines 0-11 0-5 1-4 0-6 0-1

A A A H A

Colorado Mesa 3-2 4-2 0-2 3-2 5-0 2-1 3-0 2-1 2-0 5-3 5-1 1-0 3-0 1-4 2-0 3-1 1-1 2-4 1-0 2-0 2-1 4-1

A H A# H# A H A H# A# A# (2OT) H# A# H# H* A* A* H* (2OT) H* A* H* A* (OT) H*

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

28-9-2 13-5-2 13-4 2-0 23-8-2

09/15/96 10/18/96 09/14/97 10/17/97 09/27/98 10/16/98 10/03/99 10/31/99 10/01/00 10/29/00 11/04/00 09/16/01 10/21/01 10/13/02 11/03/02 10/12/03 11/02/03

W W L W W L L W L L W W W W W L W

11/15/03 W 4-1 H# 09/19/04 W 3-1 A* 10/24/04 W 2-0 H* 09/16/05 W 5-1 H* 10/21/05 W 5-3 A* 09/24/06 L 0-2 A* 10/15/06 T 1-1 H* (2OT) 10/28/06 W 1-0 N$ 09/07/07 W 2-1 H* 10/05/08 W 1-0 H* 10/31/08 W 3-0 A* 10/04/09 W 4-3 A* 11/01/09 T 2-2 H* (2OT) 11/04/09 W 1-0 H@ 09/19/10 W 2-0 H* 10/15/10 W 1-0 A* 09/18/11 L 1-3 A* 10/14/11 W 4-0 H* 11/04/11 L 0-1 H$ 11/11/11 W 3-0 N% 09/30/12 W 3-1 H* 10/21/12 W 1-0 A* * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Championship & - RMAC First Round $ - RMAC Semifinals % - NCAA Division II First Round

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

A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* A# A* H* H* A* A* H* (OT)

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

7-8 3-4 3-2 1-2 6-5

08/30/05 W 4-0 H 08/30/06 W 4-1 H* 10/06/06 W 4-1 A* 09/23/07 W 2-0 A* 10/26/07 L 0-1 H* 10/19/08 W 3-1 H* 11/07/08 W 3-0 N* 09/23/09 L 2-3 H* (OT) 10/14/09 W 1-0 A* 11/12/09 L (21) 1-2 N$ 09/17/10 L 1-2 A* 09/16/11 L (20) 1-2 H* 10/05/12 L 0-2 A* 11/04/12 L (19) 0-1 H# 11/08/12 L (15) 0-1 N% * - RMAC Game $ - RMAC Tournament (Ft. Lewis) # - RMAC Championship % - NCAA First Round (Dallas Baptist)


All-Time Opponent History Concordia-St. Paul All-Time Away

1-0 1-0

09/05/11

W

All-Time Home Away

0-2 0-1 0-1

10/15/89 09/03/90

L L

5-0

A

Creighton

0-1 0-3

H A

CSU-Dominguez Hills All-Time Home Away

0-2 0-1 0-1

09/25/93 10/23/94

L L

1-2 0-2

H A

CSU-Hayward All-Time Away

0-1 0-1

10/25/93

L

1-2

A

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11/07/03 W 3-1 09/24/04 W 5-0 10/29/04 W 5-0 11/05/04 W 2-0 09/25/05 W 2-1 10/30/05 W 7-0 10/13/06 W 3-1 10/22/06 T 0-0 09/16/07 W 3-0 10/19/07 L 2-3 09/12/08 W 4-0 10/09/09 W 3-0 09/24/10 W 1-0 10/17/10 W 3-1 09/23/11 W 3-0 10/16/11 W 2-0 09/16/12 W 2-0 # - CAC Game * - RMAC Game $ - RMAC Championship Game % - RMAC Semifinals

33-4-1 17-2 14-2-1 2-0 4-0 25-4-1

09/14/94 10/15/94 09/24/95 10/07/95 10/04/96 11/01/96 10/02/97 11/04/97 10/02/98 10/30/98 09/10/99 10/14/99 09/08/00 10/13/00 09/07/01 10/12/01 11/03/01 09/06/02 09/25/02 11/08/02 08/28/03

W W W W W W W L L W W W W L W W W W W W W

4-0 6-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 1-0 5-0 0-1 0-1 3-2 1-0 4-1 1-0 3-4 1-0 2-1 2-0 1-0 2-1 5-0 1-0

H# A# A# H# (OT) A* H* A* H* (OT) A* H* A* (OT) H* H* A* (OT) H* A* H$ A* H* (OT) N% A*

09/02/01 08/30/02 09/28/03

W W W

1-1 1-0 0-1

09/23/93 10/21/94

W L

All-Time Home Away CAC

2-10-2 2-4-1 0-6-1 2-5

3-0 0-3

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

H A

H A H* A* H A* H* (OT) H* A* A* H* H A (OT) A

East Central University All-Time Home Away

4-0 2-0 2-0

09/01/00

W

1-0

A H A

Eastern New Mexico 1-0 1-0

8/30/09

W

2-0

H

Eckerd All-Time Away

0-1 0-1

09/06/98

L

0-2

A

Florida Southern All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

09/30/07

W

2-1

H

Fort Lewis

Denver

09/12/89 L 10/12/89 L 09/08/90 L 09/26/90 L 09/24/92 L 09/05/93 L 10/13/93 T 09/03/94 W 10/01/94 L 10/02/95 L 10/11/95 W 09/18/96 L 10/27/96 T 10/22/97 L * - CAC Game

5-1 4-1 3-1

All-Time Home

CSU-San Bernardino All-Time Home Away

CSU-Pueblo (Southern Colorado) All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

H* H* A* N% A* H* H* A* (2OT) A* H* A* H* A* H* H* A* H*

H

All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

27-9-4 14-3-2 12-5-2 1-1 4-0 20-8-3

10/07/94 10/09/94 09/30/95 10/26/95 09/13/96 10/20/96 09/12/97 10/19/97 09/25/98 10/18/98 10/01/99 10/29/99 11/06/99 09/29/00 10/27/00 09/14/01 10/19/01 10/11/02 11/01/02 10/10/03 10/31/03 09/17/04 10/22/04 09/18/05 10/23/05 11/04/05 09/22/06 10/29/06 09/09/07

W W W W W W W L L W W W T W W W W W W W L W W W L W W L L

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

A# A# H# (OT) H# A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H% (4OT) A* H* (OT) A* H* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* (OT) N@ A* N% H*

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All-Time Opponent History

<<< Regis History and Records >>> 10/31/07 L 0-3 A* 10/03/08 L 3-4 H* (OT) 11/02/08 W 3-0 A* 09/25/09 T (18) 3-3 A* (2OT) 10/25/09 T (13) 2-2 H* (2OT) 10/31/10 L (4) 0-1 A* (OT) 11/07/10 W (3) 2-1 A% 10/30/11 W (8) 1-0 H* 11/13/11 L 0-1 A$ 10/19/12 W 6-3 H* 10/28/12 T 3-3 A* (2OT) 11/02/12 W 3-1 H@ # - CAC Game * - RMAC Game % - RMAC Championship @ - RMAC Semifinals $ - NCAA Division II Second Round

Incarnate Word All-Time Home Away Neutral

10/08/00 W 3-1 H 09/28/01 W 2-1 A 11/10/01 L 1-3 H# 09/08/02 W 2-0 H 09/26/03 W 1-0 A 09/03/04 W 2-1 H 10/09/05 W 3-0 A 09/02/06 T 1-1 A (2OT) 09/07/12 W 2-1 N$ # - NCAA Div. II Midwest Regional Final $ - Played at St. Edwardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (Austin, Texas)

Franklin Pierce All-Time Away

Indianapolis

0-2 0-2

11/13/94 L 0-2 09/10/95 L 1-4 # - NCAA Championship Game

A# A

Grand Canyon All-Time Home

2-0 2-0

10/20/98 09/05/08

W W

2-0 6-1

H H

Grand Valley State All-Time Home

0-1 0-1

08/26/07

L (2)

0-1

H

Hawaii-Pacific All-Time Away

1-0 1-0

08/28/10

W

1-0

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0-1 1-0 0-1

1-0 1-0

08/31/97

W

A A# A

3-0

H

Long Island- Southampton All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

09/20/92

W

All-Time Home Away Neutral

1-4 0-2 0-2 1-1

3-0

H

Lynn

11/22/96 L 1-2 08/30/97 L 0-4 09/04/98 L 1-3 10/09/04 W 1-0 09/28/08 L 1-2 # - NCAA Semifinal Game $ - Played at Miami Shores, Fla.

A# H A N$ (2OT) H

Mercyhurst All-Time Neutral

1-2 1-2

09/20/96 L 11/16/96 W 09/21/97 L # - NCAA Quarterfinals

All-Time Home

A (2OT)

Humboldt State All-Time Away

Metro State

7-1-1 3-1 3-0-1 1-0

0-1 0-1

09/08/95 L 2-4 # - Played at Franklin Pierce

N# (OT)

All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

14-36-4 9-13-2 4-22-2 1-1 4-2-2 8-23-2

09/02/89 10/10/89 09/15/90 10/02/90 10/31/90 09/16/91 11/11/91 10/09/93 10/31/93 10/19/94 10/29/94 09/27/95 10/21/95 09/25/96 10/24/96 09/16/97 11/08/97 09/16/98 10/25/98 09/22/99 10/20/99 09/20/00 10/19/00 11/03/00 09/21/01 10/26/01 09/20/02 10/25/02 11/09/02 09/19/03 10/24/03 08/30/04 10/27/04 11/06/04 11/14/04 09/21/05 10/26/05 11/05/05 11/13/05 09/17/06 10/20/06 10/12/07 10/28/07 09/21/08 11/09/08 11/21/08 10/16/09 11/06/09 09/22/10 10/13/10 09/21/11

L L L W L W L T T W L W W W L L W L L L L L W W W W L T L L L L L L L L L L L L (2) L (5) L L L (14) L (12) L (7) L (6) L (4) W (3) W (11) W (6)

1-2 0-3 0-2 3-1 1-6 1-0 0-1 1-1 3-3 3-1 2-3 1-0 2-1 4-0 0-3 1-2 2-1 0-1 2-3 2-4 1-3 3-7 4-0 6-1 3-0 3-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-3 1-4 0-1 0-3 0-1 1-2 0-4 0-6 0-1 1-2 0-3 1-5 3-2 2-1 2-1

A H A$ H$ H% A H H$ (OT) A$ (OT) H$ (2OT) A$ A$ H$ H* A* H* H* H* (2OT) A* (2OT) H* A* A* H* N# A* H* A* H* (2OT) A@ H* A* A* H* A&@ A& A* H* A@ A& H* A* (OT) H* A* H* A* N^ (OT) A* A# A* (2OT) H* (2OT) H*


All-Time Opponent History 10/12/11 L 1-2 A* 09/14/12 T (16) 2-2 A* (2OT) 10/07/12 L 1-2 H* $ - CAC Game % - CAC Semifinals * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinals @ - RMAC Championship Game & - NCAA Division II Second Round ^ - NCAA Division II Third Round

Midwestern State All-Time Home Away

4-1 3-0 1-1

09/11/98 09/06/99 09/03/00 08/31/01 08/27/06

W L W W W

2-0 1-0 1-0

09/04/10 09/03/11

W (25) W

3-1 2-4 6-1 2-0 5-0

H A H A H

2-2 0-2 2-0

08/30/08 09/06/09 09/10/10 09/11/11

W (8) L (15) W L (21)

2-1 3-1

H (OT) A

1-0 1-0

09/21/91

W

0-1 0-1

10/05/91

L

10/12/96 08/29/98 08/25/99 08/24/01 10/08/06 09/03/07

W W W W W (8) L

14-0 4-0 2-1 2-0 1-0 1-3

H H A H H A

All-Time Home Away RMAC

2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-2

09/13/09 10/02/09 10/24/10 10/23/11

T W T W

0-0 10-0 0-0 2-1

A* (2OT) H* H* (2OT) A*

All-Time Home Away

0-2 0-1 0-1

08/28/04 08/31/07

L L

North Carolina-Greensboro

1-2 1-7

H A

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

4-0

2-3

All-Time Away

0-1 0-1

10/14/90

L

All-Time Neutral

New Mexico

A H A H

All-Time Home Away

0-2 0-1 0-1

0-2

A

09/04/93 10/16/94

L L

H

H

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

29-2-1 15-0 12-2-1 2-0 26-2-1

10/06/96 11/03/96 10/05/97 11/02/97 10/04/98 11/01/98 09/12/99 10/17/99 09/10/00 10/15/00 09/09/01

W T W W W W W W W W W

1-0 1-0

09/22/00 W 1-0 # - Played in Edmond, Okla. 0-1 0-1

A H

New Mexico Highlands

Missouri-St. Louis All-Time Home

5-1 4-0 1-1

10/14/01 W 2-1 A* (OT) 09/14/02 W 7-1 H* 10/18/02 W 2-1 A* 09/12/03 W 2-1 A* (OT) 10/17/03 W 2-1 H* 11/14/03 W 5-0 H# 09/12/04 W 1-0 A* 10/17/04 W 4-0 H* 09/09/05 W 1-0 H* 10/14/05 W 1-0 A* 09/08/06 W 5-2 A* 09/15/06 W 1-0 H* 09/14/07 W 2-0 H* 10/21/07 L 2-3 A* 10/12/08 W 3-1 A* 09/11/09 W 5-1 H* 09/26/10 L 0-1 A* 11/05/10 W 1-0 N# 11/12/10 W 3-2 N$ 09/25/11 W 3-2 H* 10/12/12 W 2-1 A* * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinals $ - NCAA First Round (Winona St.)

Northeastern State

Missouri-Rolla All-Time Home

All-Time Home Away

Nebraska-Omaha

Minnesota State-Mankato All-Time Home Away

Montana State-Billings

Nebraska-Kearney

Minnesota-Duluth All-Time Home Away

<<< Regis History and Records >>>

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

H* A* (OT) A* H* H* A* A* (2OT) H* H* A* H*

N#

Northern Colorado All-Time Home Away

3-11-1 1-5-1 2-6

09/30/89 10/12/90 09/08/91 09/27/92 10/25/92 10/01/93 09/24/94 09/02/95 10/16/96 11/09/96 10/10/97 10/10/98 10/08/99 09/02/02 10/03/03

L L L L L W L L W T L L W L L

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

A A H A H A H (2OT) A (OT) H H# (4OT) A H A A H

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All-Time Opponent History

<<< Regis History and Records >>> # - NCAA Division II First Round All-Time Away

Oklahoma 1-0 1-0

09/06/96

W

4-2 Phillips

All-Time Away

1-0 1-0

09/07/96

W

All-Time Away

Portland 0-1 0-1

10/17/93

L

All-Time Home

Puget Sound 1-0 1-0

09/06/94

W

All-Time Neutral

1-2 1-2

A

4-0

0-6

3-1

A

A

H

N# N$ N%

Rollins

All-Time Home

0-1 0-1

09/03/12

L (24)

All-Time Home

Scranton 1-0 1-0

10/16/93

W

All-Time Home Away

Sonoma State 1-3-1 1-1-1 0-2

2-4

1-0

09/18/90 L 0-3 10/19/91 L 0-2 10/24/93 L 0-2 09/11/94 W 3-1 11/05/94 T 1-1 # - NCAA Division II First Round

H

H

H A A H H#

Southwestern Oklahoma State All-Time 1-0 Home 1-0 H

All-Time Home

W 5-0 St. Cloud State 1-0 1-0

09/28/97

W

H

40

08/26/01 10/06/02 10/07/05 08/25/06 09/09/12

W W W L L (18)

All-Time Home

St. Joseph’s 1-0 1-0

10/10/93

W

All-Time Away

St. Mary’s 1-0-1 1-0-1

09/15/00 09/04/06

W T

All-Time Home

Quincy

09/09/89 L 1-5 11/11/94 W 3-1 09/17/95 L 2-3 # - Northeast Missouri State Tournament $ - NCAA Semifinal % - Played at Air Force

09/07/03

All-Time Home Away

St. Edward’s 3-2 1-1 2-1

5-0

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

H A A H A

1-0

3-1 2-2

H

A A (2OT)

St. Mary’s of the Plain 1-0 1-0

09/29/89

W

All-Time Away

Stonehill 1-0 1-0

09/12/95

W

4-0

3-0

H

A

Texas A&M Commerce All-Time 2-4 Home 1-1 Away 0-3 Neutral 1-0 09/04/99 L 0-2 10/04/02 L 1-2 08/31/03 L 1-2 11/12/04 W 3-2 10/02/05 W 3-1 09/29/06 L 1-2 # - NCAA Division II First Round All-Time Away

W

1-0

All-Time Home

Texas Wesleyan 1-0 1-0

10/06/00

W

All-Time Neutral

Trinity College 1-0 1-0

2-1

10/07/89 W 3-1 # - Chevron/College of the SW Tourney Truman State (NE Missouri St.)

1-1 1-0 0-1

09/10/89 10/06/91

L W

All-Time Home

0-1 0-1

09/28/91

L

All-Time Home Away RMAC

A A H N# H A

A

H

N#

0-2 3-2

A H

0-4

H

Tulsa

UC-Colorado Springs 6-0 4-0 2-0 6-0

10/24/08 10/18/09 10/21/09 10/10/10 10/09/11 09/21/12

W W W W W W

All-Time Home

Wartburg 1-0 1-0

10/21/89

W

All-Time Home

Washburn 0-1 0-1

09/07/08

L

All-Time Home Away

Texas Christian 1-0 1-0

09/27/91

All-Time Home Away

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

4-0

0-1

H

H

West Texas A&M 2-0 1-0 1-0

10/03/04 09/30/05

W W

All-Time Home

Western State 1-0 1-0

09/01/12

W

All-Time Home

H* H* A* H* A* (2OT) H*

2-1 3-0

6-1

A (OT) H

H

Western Washington 0-1 0-1

08/31/90

L

0-2

All-Time Home Away

Winona State 3-2-1 2-0 1-2-1

H

08/28/08 L (19) 1-2 A (OT) 11/16/08 W (11) 3-1 A# 09/04/09 W 4-0 H 09/12/10 L 0-1 A 11/14/10 T (14) 1-1 A# 09/09/11 W (12) 3-1 H # - NCAA Second Round (Lost PK 4-2)


Coaching History

<<< Regis History and Records >>>

Overall Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Coach Roland Roland Roland Roland Roland Roland Roland

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B. J.B.

Sturk Sturk Sturk Sturk Sturk Sturk Sturk

Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer Belzer

Conference

W 8 4 6 4 7 14 12

L 11 15 9 5 10 8 7

T 0 0 0 0 3 1 0

Pct. .421 .211 .400 .444 .425 .630 .632

W

15 9 9 14 16 18 16 16 19 17 11 9 17 14 16 15 13 299

5 9 9 5 6 1 4 6 5 6 7 11 7 5 5 6 6 168

3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 4 2 0 2 24

.717 .500 .500 .725 .727 .925 .786 .727 .792 .729 .591 .450 .708 .696 .739 .714 .667 .633

9 7 6 9 8 11 12 10 12 10 8 5 11 10 10 11 10 159

L

T

Pct.

Conf./National Finish

T1st CAC/NCAA Finals (Runner-up)

2 4 6 3 4 0 1 4 2 4 2 7 2 2 3 3 2 51

1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 1 0 2 13

.792 .625 .500 .750 .667 .958 .893 .714 .857 .714 .750 .417 .846 .750 .750 .786 .786 .742

RMAC Champions/NCAA 2nd Round 3rd RMAC 5th RMAC RMAC Champions 2nd RMAC/RMAC Tourney Champs RMAC Champions/RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA 2nd Round

2nd RMAC 2nd RMAC/RMAC Tourney Champs 2nd RMAC/NCAA 2nd Round 3rd RMAC/NCAA 2nd Round 3rd RMAC 6th RMAC 2nd RMAC/NCAA 3rd Round 4th RMAC/NCAA 1st Round 2nd RMAC/RMAC Tournament Champions/NCAA 2nd Round

RMAC Champions/NCAA 2nd Round RMAC Champions/NCAA First Round 24 Years/10 NCAA Tournaments

Conference Affiliation 1984-89 - Colorado Divide Conference (CDC) 1990-95 - Colorado Athletic Conference (CAC) 1996- Present - RMAC

Coach Roland Sturk J.B. Belzer Totals

Years 1989-95 (7) 1996-Present (17) 24 Years

Wins 55 244 299

Losses 65 103 168

Ties 4 20 24

Pct. .460 .692 .633

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Class Record Holders

<<< Regis History and Records >>> Points: Senior: 1. Kate Murphy 2. Carter Cornett 3. Tatum Mahoney 4. Dani Thorn 5. Jenny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien

73 60 40 38 36

2005 2008 1996 2000 1996

Junior: 1. Kristin Geyer 2. Jordan Miller 3. Lacy Richardson 4. Arlene Basquez 5. Dani Thorn

40 37 33 31 29

2003 2010 2003 2001 1999

Sophomore: 1. Kristin Geyer 2. Jordan Miller 3. Kate Murphy 4. Carter Cornett Dani Thorn Tatum Mahoney

42 41 31 26 26 26

2002 2009 2002 2006 1998 1994

Freshman: 1. Jordan Miller 2. Kate Murphy 3. Sade Akindele 4. Kelly Labor 5. Marissa Davis

44 35 34 30 28

2008 2001 2012 2006 2009

17 14 12 12 11 11

2008 2012 2001 1997 2006 2012

Assists: (7 or more)

Goals: Senior: 1. Kate Murphy 2. Carter Cornett 3. Tatum Mahoney 4. Amy Giltner 5. Jenny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien

31 27 18 16 15

2005 2008 1996 1995 1996

Junior: 1. Kristin Geyer Jordan Miller 3. Carter Cornett 4. Arlene Basquez 5. Kate Murphy

15 15 14 13 12

2003 2010 2007 2001 2004

Sophomore: 1. Kristin Geyer 2. Jordan Miller 3. Carter Cornett Tatum Mahoney Dani Thorn

18 14 12 12 12

2002 2009 2006 1994 1998

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Freshman: 1. Jordan Miller 2. Sade Akindele 3. Kate Murphy Dani Thorn 5. Kelly Labor Sid Otto

Senior: 1. Kate Murphy Diana DiMatteo 3. Kristin Geyer Dani Thorn 5. Jordan Miller Cassie Cornett Lacy Richardson Katie Crespo Keri Harada Junior: 1. Lacy Richardson 2. Lexi Tagen 3. Kristin Geyer Meghan Thompson 5. Diana DiMatteo Meghan Stuart Sophomore: 1. Jordan Miller 2. Lacy Richardson Kate Murphy 4. Meghan Stuart Freshman: 1. Kate Murphy 2. Jordan Miller 3. Kelly Labor Marissa Davis

11 11 10 10 8 8 8 8 8

15 12 10 10 9 9

13 11 11 7

11 10 8 8

2005 2000 2004 2000 2011 2008 2004 1994 1996

2003 2008 2003 2005 1999 2012

2009 2002 2002 2011

2001 2008 2006 2009

Saves: Senior: 1. Melissa Dewey 2. Joanna Humphreys 3. Dani Campbell 4. Shakira Anderson 5. Taresa Cavaliere

101 91 84 82 58

1993 2006 1998 1997 2002

Junior: 1. Dani Campbell 2. Joanna Humphreys

87 85

1996 2005

3. Nicole Eddings 4. Holly Redmond 5. Taresa Cavaliere

78 72 60

2011 2007 2001

Sophomore: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 2. Joanna Humphreys 3. Dani Campbell 4. Shakira Anderson 5. Joyce Grippa

80 71 67 52 47

2000 2004 1995 1995 1999

Freshman: 1. Dani Campbell 2. Sharkira Anderson 3. Ellen Augsburger 4. Rosie Campbell 5. Brianna Randall

79 73 60 54 47

1994 1994 2010 2008 2012

Save Percentage Senior: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 2. Holly Redmond Shakira Anderson 4. Joanna Humphreys 5. Dani Campbell

.806 .804 .804 .791 .764

2002 2008 1997 2006 1998

Junior: 1. Shakira Anderson 2. Nicole Eddings 3. Taresa Cavaliere 4. Dani Campbell 5. Joanna Humphreys

.929 .886 .870 .845 .833

1996 2011 2001 1996 2005

Sophomore: 1. Dani Campbell 2. Joanna Humphreys 3. Shakira Anderson 4. Joyce Grippa 5. Rosie Campbell

.870 .816 .800 .797 .778

1995 2004 1995 1999 2009

Freshman: 1. Shakira Anderson 2. Krista Weiss 3. Brianna Randall 4. Ellen Augsburger 5. Rosie Campbell

.880 .815 .810 .789 .783

1994 1999 2012 2010 2008


Class Record Holders Goals Against Average Senior: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 0.69 2. Holly Redmond 0.98 3. Joanna Humphreys 1.17 4. Dani Campbell 1.41 5. Sharika Anderson 1.47 Junior: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 2. Nicole Eddings 3. Dani Campbell 4. Joanna Humphreys 5. Brooke Glasmann

0.45 0.68 0.73 0.75 0.79

2002 2008 2006 1998 1997

2001 2011 1996 2005 2003

<<< Regis History and Records >>> Sophomore: 1. Joanna Humphreys 2. Taresa Cavaliere 3. Joyce Grippa 4. Rosie Campbell 5. Dani Campbell

18 15 8 7 6

2004 2000 1999 2009 1995

Freshman: 1. Ellen Augsburger 2. Rosie Campbell 3. Dani Campbell Brianna Randall 5. Shakira Anderson

15 9 8 8 7

2010 2008 1994 2012 1994

Minutes Played Senior: 1. Joanna Humphreys 1834 2. Katie Horn 1805 3. Danielle Lardner 1770 4. Chelsea Reichard 1658 5. Marissa Davis 1525

2006 2010 2010 2009 2012

Junior: 1. Lexi Tagen 2. Kalley Mahaffey 3. Heidi Boersma 4. Jordan Miller 5. Alison Cahill

1972 1858 1844 1744 1737

2008 2009 2008 2010 2012

Sophomore: 1. Taylor White 2. Danielle Lardner 3. Chelsea Reichard 4. Jordan Miller 5. Alison Cahill

1983 1897 1842 1759 1690

2010 2008 2006 2009 2011

Freshman: 1. Alison Cahill 2. Maddie Reeves 3. Ellen Augsburger 4. Rachel McMahon 5. Kelly Labor

2106 1877 1874 1790 1756

2010 2009 2010 2010 2006

Most Shutouts Sophomore: 1. Joanna Humphreys 2. Rosie Campbell 3. Dani Campbell 4. Joyce Grippa 5. Ellen Augsburger

0.70 0.75 0.88 1.21 1.23

2004 2009 1995 1999 2011

Freshman: 1. Ellen Augsburger 2. Krista Weiss 3. Brianna Randall 4. Shakira Anderson 5. Joanna Humphreys

0.74 0.87 0.93 0.94 1.08

2010 1999 2012 1994 2003

16 9 9 8 7 7

2002 2006 1998 2008 1993 1997

Senior: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 2. Dani Campbell 3. Joanna Humphreys 4. Melissa Dewey 5. Brooke Glasmann Holly Redmond

8 5 5 4 3 3

2002 1998 2006 1993 2004 2008

Junior: 1. Dani Campbell 2. Joanna Humphreys 3. Taresa Cavaliere 4. Brooke Glasmann 5. Nicole Eddings

12 11 10 8 7

1996 2005 2001 2003 2011

Sophomore: 1. Joanna Humphreys 2. Rosie Campbell 3. Taresa Cavaliere 4. Dani Campbell 5. Shakira Anderson

10 6 5 5 3

2004 2009 2000 1995 1995

Freshman: 1. Ellen Augsburger 2. Rosie Campbell 3. Shakira Anderson 4. Brianna Randall 5. Joanna Humphreys

7 4 4 3 2

2010 2008 1994 2012 2003

Wins Senior: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 2. Joanna Humphreys 3. Dani Campbell 4. Holly Redmond 5. Melissa Dewey Shakira Anderson Junior: 1. Taresa Cavaliere 2. Joanna Humphreys 3. Brooke Glasmann 4. Dani Campbell 5. Nicole Eddings

18 17 13 12 11

2001 2005 2003 1996 2011

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<<< Regis History and Records >>> Opponent G Adams State .......................... 21 Air Force ............................... 6 Angelo State .......................... 3 Arkansas ................................ 2 Arkansas-Little Rock ............. 1 Augsburg ............................... 1 Augustana (S.D.) ................... 1 Barry ..................................... 3 BYU-Hawaii ......................... 1 Cal Davis .............................. 6 Cal Irvine .............................. 2 Cal Poly-Pomona .................. 3 Cal St.-Dominguez Hills ....... 2 Cal St.-Hayward.................... 1 Cal St.-San Bernardino .......... 2 Carroll College ...................... 1 Carson-Newman ................... 1 Central Oklahoma ................ 7 Chapman .............................. 1 Chico State............................ 4 College of St. Benedict .......... 1 College of the Southwest ....... 4 Colorado Christian ............... 43 Colorado College .................. 5 Colorado Mesa ...................... 39 Colorado Mines .................... 15 Concordia-St. Paul ................ 1 CSU-Pueblo .......................... 38 Creighton .............................. 2 Denver .................................. 14 East Central University.......... 4 Eastern New Mexico ............. 1 Eckerd ................................... 1 Florida Southern ................... 1 Fort Lewis ............................. 40 Franklin-Pierce ...................... 2 Grand Canyon ...................... 2 Grand Valley State ................. 1 Hawaii Pacific ....................... 1 Humboldt State..................... 3 Incarnate Word ..................... 9 Indianapolis .......................... 1 Long Island-Southampton..... 1 Lynn...................................... 5 Mercyhurst ............................ 1 Metro State ........................... 54 Midwestern State................... 5 Minnesota-Duluth ................ 2 Minnesota State-Mankato ..... 4 Missouri-Rolla#..................... 1 44

W 20 3 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 3 37 0 28 7 1 33 0 2 4 1 0 1 27 0 2 0 1 1 7 1 1 1 0 14 4 2 2 1

L 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 4 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 4 5 9 8 0 4 2 10 0 0 1 0 9 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 4 1 36 1 0 2 0

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

Pct. .952 .500 .667 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .333 .000 .333 .000 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .643 1.000 .500 1.000 .750 .884 .000 .744 .467 1.000 .882 .000 .214 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .725 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .333 .833 1.000 1.000 .200 .000 .296 .800 1.000 .500 1.000

Series Records

Opponent G W L T Pct. Missouri-St. Louis ................. 1 0 1 0 .000 Montana State-Billings .......... 6 5 1 0 .833 Nebraska-Kearney ................. 4 2 0 2 .750 Nebraska-Omaha .................. 2 0 2 0 .000 New Mexico .......................... 2 0 2 0 .000 New Mexico Highlands ......... 32 29 2 1 .922 N.C.-Greensboro .................. 1 0 1 0 .000 Northeastern State ................. 1 1 0 0 1.000 Northern Colorado ............... 15 3 11 1 .233 Oklahoma ............................. 1 1 0 0 1.000 Phillips University ................. 1 1 0 0 1.000 Portland ................................ 1 0 1 0 .000 Puget Sound .......................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Quincy (Ill.) .......................... 3 1 2 0 .333 Rollins ................................... 1 0 1 0 .000 Scranton (Penn.) ................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Sonoma State ........................ 5 1 3 1 .300 Southwest Oklahoma State .... 1 1 0 0 1.000 St. Cloud State ...................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 St. Edward’s (Texas) ............... 5 3 2 0 .600 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 St. Mary’s (Texas) .................. 2 1 0 1 .750 St. Mary’s of the Plains .......... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Stonehill ................................ 1 1 0 0 1.000 Texas A&M Commerce......... 6 2 4 0 .333 Texas Christian ...................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Texas Wesleyan ...................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Trinity College ...................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Truman State$....................... 2 1 1 0 .500 Tulsa ..................................... 1 0 1 0 .000 UC-Colorado Springs ........... 6 6 0 0 1.000 Wartburg ............................... 1 1 0 0 1.000 Washburn.............................. 1 0 1 0 .000 West Texas A&M .................. 2 2 0 0 1.000 Western State ........................ 1 1 0 0 1.000 Western Washington ............. 1 0 1 0 .000 Winona State ........................ 6 3 2 1 .583 # - Now called Mo. University of Science and Technology $ - Used to be called Northeast Missouri State Updated 12/14/12


All-Americans Tatum Mahoney Nicole Meyer Kate Murphy Kristen Geyer Nicole Meyer Joanna Humphreys

Forward Defender Forward Forward Defender Goalkeeper

Forward

Tara Kirkpatrick Kate Murphy Alison Cahill Alison Cahill

Carter Cornett

Jordan Miller Marissa Davis Alison Cahill

NSCAA First Team All-America Senior Junior Freshman Sophomore Senior Sophomore

NSCAA Second Team All-America

Jordan Miller

Jordan Miller Alison Cahill

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Senior

NSCAA Third Team All-America Defender Forward Defender Defender

Sophomore Senior Sophomore Junior

1996 2001 2001 2002 2002 2004

2011

2005 2005 2011 2012

Daktronics Second Team All-America Forward

Senior

2008

Daktronics Third Team All-America Forward Defender

Senior Sophomore

2011 2011

Daktronics Honorable Mention All-America

Jordan Miller 3-Time All-America

Forward Midfield Defender

Junior Senior Junior

2010 2012 2012

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<<< Regis History and Records >>> Sade Akindele ......................................2012 Sharika Anderson ..................1994, 95, 96, 97 Tonya Anderson ..........................1993, 94, 95 Jennifer Archer ........................................1993 Janice Armstrong ...............................1997, 98 Kikki Arnold..................................2011, 12 Ellen Augsburger ..................... 2010, 11, 12 Helle Bacchetti ......................1997, 98, 99, 00 Nina Banducci ........................................2006 Arlene Basquez ............................2000, 01, 02 Giselle Beauchemin .................................1994 Erin Bevacqua .........................................2007 Ashley Blain-Hartung............2001, 02, 03, 04 Rebecca Brunson ...........................2011, 12 Heidi Boersma ............................2007, 08, 09 Chelsea Bokan.......................2009, 10, 11, 12 Lauren Buell ......................................2000, 01 Alison Cahill ............................ 2010, 11, 12 Dani Campbell......................1994, 95, 96, 98 Rosie Campbell .................................2008, 09 Beth Carlson ...........................................2002 Jessica Catekista.....................1998, 99, 00, 01 Taresa Cavaliere .....................1999, 00, 01, 02 Jessica Cefalo ...........................................2006 Heidi Chandler ...........................2008, 10, 11 Marianne Clausen .................2006, 07, 08, 09 Bridget Condon ......................................1999 Jessica Cook ..........................1997, 98, 99, 00 CarrieAnne Cordova .............2003, 04, 05, 06 Carter Cornett ......................2005, 06, 07, 08 Cassie Cornett .......................2005, 06, 07, 08 Brook Creager .........................................2007 Katie Crespo .....................................1993, 94 Lori Cunningham .................1995, 96, 97, 98 Danielle Dageenakis ............................2012 Alli Dandurand .......................................2008 Ashley Daniel ....................................2007, 08 Hayley Daunis ..................................2004, 05 Caitlin Davis ...........................................2005 Marissa Davis ........................2009, 10, 11, 12 Stephanie Davison .........................2010, 11 Michelle Decianne ..................................1997 Melissa Dewey.........................................1993 Diana DiMatteo ....................1997, 98, 99, 00 Lauren Dorsey-Spitz ..........................2010, 11 Karen Dougherty ....................................1993 Nicole Eddings......................... 2009, 10, 11 Emilie Eisman .........................................2008 Tammy Escobedo ..............................1994, 95 Marissa Faye ............................................2004 Molly Finegan .........................................1997 Kelsey Froehlich ....................2007, 08, 09, 10 Kim Gaskill .............................................1998 Daena George ...................................1995, 96 Kristen Geyer ........................2001, 02, 03, 04 Amy Giltner ................................1993, 94, 95

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Letterwinners

Brooke Glasmann..................2001, 02, 03, 04 Lindsey Green ...................................2004, 05 Tegan Griffin ........................................2012 Jody Grippa...........................1996, 97, 98, 99 Joyce Grippa......................................1999, 00

Traci Pardi .............................1994, 95, 96, 97 Chelsi Parrado .........................................2005 Kate Pellegrino ....................................2012 Mallory Pillard ............................2007, 08, 09 Sonya Pressnitz ............................1994, 95, 96

Deanna Halford ......................................1995 Autumn Hallam ....................1995, 96, 97, 98 Jessica Hammond ....................................2001 Cassandra Hanna .................................2011 Keri Harada...........................1993, 94, 95, 96 Kaley Harless .......................................2012 Brooke Heid ..........................1995, 96, 97, 98 Katie Hopkins .......................2001, 02, 03, 04 Katie Horn ..................................2008, 09, 10 Kelsey Hovden ........................................2007 Joanna Humphreys................2003, 04, 05, 06 Christie Hunter .................................2007, 08

Laura Qualls......................................1999, 00

Katie Janda ..................................2002, 03, 04 Katie Jardine ...............................2003, 04, 05 Kendal Kagawa ..............................2011, 12 Kaylen Kelley ..........................................2001 Erin Kettmann ......................2009, 10, 11, 12 Katie King .............................2009, 10, 11, 12 Tara Kirkpatrick ....................2004, 05, 06, 07 Mary Nell Klein ....................1998, 99, 00, 01 Kelly Labor .............................................2006 Natalie Langworthy ...........................1998, 99 Danielle Lardner ...................2007, 08, 09, 10 Courtney Larson .....................................2007 Nikki Lawson ........................2001, 02, 03, 04 Kathryn Lloyd .........................................1999 Shannon Ludwig ...............................2005, 06 Mary Luttropp ......................2003, 04, 05, 06 Kalley Mahaffey ....................2007, 08, 09, 10 Lisa Mahannah........................................1993 Tatum Mahoney..........................1993, 94, 96 Amber Mannon.......................................1997 Jamie Martinez ..................................1994, 95 Marilyn Mayorga.....................................1994 Kellynn McDaniel ...................................2011 Marchele McEntee ................1997, 98, 99, 00 Rachel McMahon .................... 2010, 11, 12 Nicole Meyer.........................1999, 00, 01, 02 Andi Milburn ..............................1995, 96, 97 Holly Miller ......................................1994, 95 Jordan Miller .........................2008, 09, 10, 11 Amanda Moore .......................................1999 Jen Murguia ......................................1993, 94 Kate Murphy .........................2001, 02, 04, 05

Brianna Randall ...................................2012 Alli Rausch ..................................2001, 03, 04 Holly Redmond ....................2005, 06, 07, 08 Maddie Reeves ......................2009, 10, 11, 12 Chelsea Reichard ...................2005, 06, 08, 09 Teresa Reuth......................................1996, 97 Lacy Richardson ....................2001, 02, 03, 04 CC Rinehart ............................ 2010, 11, 12 Julie Rodgers ...............................2004, 05, 06 Natalie Rodgers ...........................1995, 96, 97 Amanda Ross ..........................................1999 Alyson Russell .........................................2007 Heather Sawyer .....................1995, 96, 97, 98 Lisa Schneckloth .........................1994, 95, 96 Kelley Schneider ................................2007, 08 Beth Schoeny ..........................................1993 Christina Siadat.......................................2004 Leah Snyder ......................................2005, 06 Melissa Sproul .........................................1998 Meghan Stuart ......................... 2010, 11, 12 Lexi Tagen .............................2006, 07, 08, 09 Kari Taylor ............................2008, 09, 10, 11 Heather Thomas ....................2006, 07, 08, 09 Meghan Thompson ...............2003, 04, 05, 06 Dani Thorn ...........................1997, 98, 99, 00 Ann Tool .................................................2000 Jennifer Troy............................................2002 Katie Turco..................................2006, 07, 08 Lilia Utu................................2002, 03, 04, 05 Patsy Verzino ...........................................1997 Jen Vitaro ................................................1993 Amy Wadginski .......................................2006 Shantelle Wagner...................1999, 00, 01, 02 Janean Ware ............................................1993 Krista Weiss .............................................1999 Lindsey White ...................................2001, 02 Taylor White .........................2009, 10, 11, 12 Erin Wilson .............................................2004 Marg Wilson ...........................................1993 Rachel Wonner......................2000, 01, 02, 03 Shawnee Wood......................2008, 09, 10, 11

Rebecca Nickel ..................................1993, 94

Ryndi Zastrow.........................................2009

Jenny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien .............................1994, 95, 96 Kelly Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Shea ...........................................2003 Natasha Ornellas .....................................1998 Sidny Otto ...........................................2012

Bold - Current players 12/14/12


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Year-by-Year Results 1989 • 8-11

1992 • 4-5 (Record Incomplete)

1995 • 12-7 (10-2 CAC)

Home: 5-4 ● Away: 2-5 ● Netural: 1-2 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (8-11)

Home: 3-2 ● Away: 1-3 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (22-40)

Home: 6-1 ● Away: 5-4 ● Neutral: 1-2 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (55-65-4)

9/2 at Metro State L 1-2 9/8 vs. Arkansas# L 1-2 9/9 vs. Quincy# L 1-5 9/10 at Northeast Missouri State# L 0-2 9/12 Denver L 0-4 9/15 at Colorado Christian W 3-2 9/25 at Colorado College L 0-11 9/29 St. Mary’s of the Plains W 4-0 9/30 at Northern Colorado L 0-7 10/7 vs. Trinity College$ W 3-1 10/8 at College of the Southwest W 1-0 10/10 Metro State L 0-3 10/12 at Denver L 0-4 10/15 Creighton L 0-1 10/20 College of the Southwest L 1-3 10/21 Wartburg W 4-0 10/26 Colorado Christian W 4-2 10/28 College of St. Benedict W 1-0 10/29 Augsburg W 2-1 # - NE Missouri St. Tourney (Kirksville, Mo.) $ - College of the Southwest Tournament (Hobbs, N.M.)

1990 • 4-15 (2-4 CAC) Home: 3-3 ● Away: 1-12 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (12-26) 8/31 Western Washington L 9/2 at Arkansas-Little Rock L 9/3 at Creighton L 9/8 Denver* L 9/11 at Colorado College L 9/15 at Metro State* L 9/18 Sonoma State L 9/22 at Arkansas L 9/25 at Colorado Christian* L 9/26 at Denver* L 10/2 Metro State* W 10/9 Colorado Christian* W 10/12 at Northern Colorado L 10/14 at North Carolina-Greensboro L 10/20 at Cal Poly Pomona L 10/21 at Chapman W 10/23 at California-Irvine L 10/26 College of the Southwest W 10/31 at Metro State$ L * - Colorado Athletic Conference Match $ - CAC Semi-Finals

0-2 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-5 0-2 0-3 1-4 0-2 0-3 3-1 3-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 1-0 0-1 2-1 1-6

1991 • 6-9 Home: 3-6 ● Away: 3-3 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (18-35) 9/8 9/12 9/15 9/16 9/21 9/27 9/28 10/2 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/19 10/21 10/22 11/11

Northern Colorado Cal Poly-Pomona California-Irvine at Metro State Missouri-Rolla at Texas Christian Tulsa at Colorado Christian Missouri-St. Louis Northeast Missouri State Colorado Christian at Sonoma State at Chico State at California-Davis Metro State

L L L W W W L W L W W L L L L

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

9/5 9/12 9/15 9/17 9/20 9/24 9/27 10/2 10/25

at Colorado College California-Davis Chico State at Colorado Christian Long Island-Southampton Denver at Northern Colorado College of the Southwest Northern Colorado

L W L W W L L W L

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

1993 • 7-10-3 (2-3-3 CAC) Home: 4-3-2 ● Away: 3-7-1 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (29-50-3) 9/4 at New Mexico 9/5 at Denver* 9/10 at Chico State 9/15 Air Force* 9/19 at Air Force* 9/23 Cal. State-San Bernardino 9/25 Cal. State-Dominguez Hills 10/1 at Northern Colorado 10/3 Colorado College 10/6 Colorado Christian* 10/9 Metro State* 10/10 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 10/13 Denver* 10/16 Scranton 10/17 at Portland 10/22 at California-Davis 10/24 at Sonoma State 10/25 at Cal. State-Hayward 10/30 at Colorado Christian* 10/31 at Metro State* * - CAC Game

L L W L L W L W L W T (OT) W T (OT) W L L L L W T (OT)

0-1 0-3 5-1 3-4 0-1 3-0 1-2 2-1 0-6 2-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-6 0-5 0-2 1-2 2-0 3-3

1994 • 14-8-1 (10-2 CAC) Home: 7-3-1 ● Away: 6-5 ● Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: Roland Sturk (43-58-4) 9/3 Denver* W 9/6 Puget Sound W 9/10 California-Davis L 9/11 Sonoma State W 9/14 Southern Colorado* W 9/16 Air Force* W 9/24 Northern Colorado L (2OT) 9/28 at Colorado Christian* W (2OT) 10/1 at Denver* L 10/7 at Fort Lewis* W 10/9 at Fort Lewis* W 10/12 Colorado Christian* W 10/15 at Southern Colorado* W 10/16 New Mexico L 10/19 Metro State* W (2OT) 10/21 at Cal. State-San Bernardino L 10/23 at Cal. State-Dominguez Hills L 10/24 at Cal Poly-Pomona W 10/29 at Metro State* L 10/30 at Air Force* W 11/5 Sonoma State# T 11/11 vs. Quincy (Ill.)$ W 11/13 at Franklin Pierce% L * - CAC Match # - NCAA 1st Round, Regis won 4-3 in shootout $ - NCAA Final Four (Rindge, N.H.) % - NCAA Championship Game (Rindge, N.H.)

4-1 3-1 1-2 3-1 4-0 2-0 1-2 5-3 3-4 2-0 2-1 5-1 6-0 0-1 3-1 0-3 0-2 3-1 2-3 3-0 1-1 3-1 0-2

9/2 at Northern Colorado L (OT) 9/3 at Air Force* W 9/8 vs. Merchurst# L (OT) 9/10 at Franklin Pierce L 9/12 at Stonehill W 9/15 vs. Chico State% W 9/17 vs. Quincy% L 9/20 at Colorado Christian* W 9/24 at Southern Colorado* W 9/27 at Metro State* W 9/30 Fort Lewis* W (OT) 10/2 at Denver* L 10/4 Air Force* L 10/7 Southern Colorado* W (OT) 10/11 Denver* W 10/17 at Colorado College L 10/21 Metro State* W 10/26 Fort Lewis* W 10/28 Colorado Christian* W * - CAC Match # - at Franklin Pierce (Rindge, N.H.) % - at Air Force (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

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

1996 • 15-5-3 (9-2-1 RMAC/1st) Home: 8-3-1 ● Away: 7-2-2 Head Coach: JB Belzer (15-5-3) 9/6 at Oklahoma W 9/7 at Phillips W 9/10 Colorado Christian* L 9/13 at Fort Lewis* W 9/15 at Mesa State* W 9/18 Denver L 9/20 Humboldt State L 9/22 California-Davis W 9/25 Metro State* W 10/4 at Southern Colorado* W 10/6 New Mexico Highlands* W 10/9 at Colorado Christian* W 10/12 Montana State-Billings W 10/16 Northern Colorado W 10/18 Mesa State* W 10/20 Fort Lewis* W 10/24 at Metro State* L 10/27 at Denver T (OT) 11/1 Southern Colorado* W 11/3 at New Mexico Highlands* T (OT) 11/9 Northern Colorado# T (4OT) 11/16 at Humboldt State$ W 11/22 at Lynn% L * - RMAC Match # - NCAA 1st Round (Regis won 6-4 in shootout) $ - NCAA Quarterfinal (Acata, Calif.) % - NCAA Final Four (Boca Raton, Fla.)

4-2 4-0 1-4 2-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 3-1 4-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 14-0 1-0 5-0 2-1 0-3 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 1-2

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Year-by-Year Results

<<< Regis History and Records >>> 1997 • 9-9-1 (7-4-1 RMAC/3rd)

2000 • 16-6 (8-4 RMAC/2nd)

2001 • 18-1-1 (11-0-1 RMAC/1st)

Home: 5-4-1 ● Away: 4-4-0 ● Neutral: 0-1-0 Head Coach: JB Belzer (24-14-4)

Home: 9-1 ● Away: 5-5 ● Neutral: 2-0 Head Coach: JB Belzer (63-34-5)

Home: 10-1-0 ● Away: 8-0-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (81-35-6)

8/30 Lynn 8/31 Indianapolis 9/9 at Colorado Christian* 9/12 Fort Lews* 9/14 Mesa State* 9/16 Metro State* 9/19 vs. California-Davis# 9/21 at Humboldt State 9/28 St. Cloud State 10/2 at Southern Colorado* 10/5 at New Mexico Highlands* 10/8 Colorado Christian* 10/10 at Northern Colorado 10/17 at Mesa State* 10/19 at Fort Lewis* 10/22 at Denver 11/2 New Mexico Highlands* 11/4 Southern Colorado* 11/8 Metro State* * - RMAC Game # - at Humboldt, Calif.

L W W W L L L L W W W T (2OT) L W L L W L (OT) W

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

1998 • 9-9 (6-6 RMAC/5th) Home: 6-4 ● Away: 3-5 Head Coach: JB Belzer (33-23-4) 8/29 Montana State-Billings 9/1 Colorado Christian* 9/4 at Lynn 9/6 at Eckerd 9/11 Midwestern State 9/16 Metro State* 9/25 at Fort Lewis* 9/27 at Mesa State* 10/2 at Southern Colorado* 10/4 New Mexico Highlands* 10/10 Northern Colorado 10/13 at Colorado Christian* 10/16 Mesa State* 10/18 Fort Lewis* 10/20 Grand Canyon 10/25 at Metro State* 10/30 Southern Colorado* 11/1 at New Mexico Highlands* * - RMAC Game

W L L L W L (2OT) L W L W L W L W W L (2OT) W W

9/1 East Central University W (OT) 9/3 Midwestern State W 9/6 Colorado Christian* W 9/8 Southern Colorado* W 9/10 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/15 at St. Mary’s University W 9/17 at Angelo State L 9/20 at Metro State* L 9/22 vs. Northeastern State% W 9/24 at Central Oklahoma L 9/29 at Fort Lewis* W 10/1 at Mesa State* L 10/6 Texas Wesleyan W 10/8 Incarnate Word W 10/13 at Southern Colorado* L (OT) 10/15 at New Mexico Highlands* W 10/19 Metro State* W 10/22 at Colorado Christian* W 10/27 Fort Lewis* W (OT) 10/29 Mesa State* L 11/3 vs. Metro State# W 11/4 at Mesa State$ W * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinals (Grand Junction, Colo.) $ - RMAC Championship Match % - Played in Edmond, Okla.

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

8/24 Montana State-Billings W 8/26 St. Edward’s W 8/31 at Midwestern State W 9/2 at East CentralUniversity W 9/7 Southern Colorado* W 9/9 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/14 at Fort Lewis* W 9/16 at Mesa State* W 9/21 at Metro State* W 9/23 Colorado Christian* W 9/28 at Incarnate Word W 10/5 Barry W 10/12 at Southern Colorado* W 10/14 at New Mexico Highlands* W (OT) 10/19 Fort Lewis* W 10/21 Mesa State* W 10/26 Metro State* W 10/28 at Colorado Christian* T (OT) 11/3 Southern Colorado# W 11/10 Incarnate Word$ L * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Championship Match $ - NCAA Div. II Midwest Regional Final

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

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

1999 • 14-5-1 (9-3 RMAC/1st) Home: 6-2-1 ● Away: 8-3 Head Coach: JB Belzer (47-28-5) 8/25 at Montana State-Billings 8/26 at Carroll College 9/4 at Texas A&M Commerce 9/6 at Midwestern State 9/10 at Southern Colorado* 9/12 at New Mexico Highlands* 9/15 Colorado Christian* 9/17 Central Oklahoma 9/22 Metro State* 9/25 Angelo State 10/1 Fort Lewis* 10/3 Mesa State* 10/8 at Northern Colorado 10/14 Southern Colorado* 10/17 New Mexico Highlands* 10/20 at Metro State* 10/26 at Colorado Christian* 10/29 at Fort Lewis* 10/31 at Mesa State* 11/6 Fort Lewis# * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Championship Match

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W W L L W (OT) W (2OT) W W L W W L W W W L W (OT) W W T (4OT)

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

The 2001 team finished with an 18-1-1 record making it to the NCAA Midwest Regional Final


Year-by-Year Results

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2002 • 16-4-1 (12-1-1 RMAC/2nd)

2004 • 19-5 (12-2 RMAC/2nd)

2006 • 11-7-4 (8-2-2 RMAC/T2nd)

Home: 8-0-1 ● Away: 7-4 ● Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: JB Belzer (97-39-7)

Home: 7-2 ● Away: 9-3 ● Neutral: 3-0 Head Coach: JB Belzer (132-50-7)

Home: 6-2-1 ● Away: 4-4-3 ● Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (160-63-12)

8/30 East Central University W 9/2 at Northern Colorado L 9/6 at Southern Colorado* W 9/8 Incarnate Word W 9/14 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/15 Adams State* W 9/20 at Metro State* L 9/22 at Colorado Christian* W 9/25 Southern Colorado* W (OT) 10/4 at Texas A&M Commerce L 10/6 at St. Edward’s W 10/11 Fort Lewis* W 10/13 Mesa State* W 10/18 at New Mexico Highlands* W 10/20 at Adams State* W 10/25 Metro State* T (2OT) 10/27 Colorado Christian W 11/1 at Fort Lewis* W 11/3 at Mesa State* W 11/8 vs. Southern Colorado# W 11/9 at Metro State$ L * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinals (Hosted by Metro St.) $ - RMAC Championship Match

4-1 1-2 1-0 2-0 7-1 4-1 0-2 6-0 2-1 1-2 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 0-0 2-0 4-1 3-1 5-0 0-2

2003 • 16-6 (10-4 RMAC/2nd) Home: 9-4 ● Away: 7-2 Head Coach: JB Belzer (113-45-7) 8/28 at CSU-Pueblo* 8/31 Texas A&M-Commerce 9/5 Central Oklahoma 9/7 Sothwest Oklahoma State 9/12 at New Mexico Highlands* 9/14 at Adams State* 9/19 Metro State* 9/21 Colorado Christian* 9/26 at Incarnate Word 9/28 at East Central University 10/3 Northern Colorado 10/10 at Fort Lewis* 10/12 at Mesa State* 10/17 New Mexico Highlands* 10/19 Adams State* 10/24 at Metro State* 10/26 at Colorado Christian* 10/31 Fort Lewis* 11/2 Mesa State* 11/7 CSU-Pueblo* 11/14 New Mexico Highlands# 11/15 Mesa State$ * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinals $ - RMAC Championship Match

W L W W W (OT) W L W W W L W L W W L W L W (OT) W W W

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

8/28 Nebraska-Omaha L 8/30 at Metro State* L 9/3 Incarnate Word W 9/10 at Adams State* W 9/12 at New Mexico Highlands* W 9/17 at Fort Lewis* W 9/19 at Mesa State* W 9/24 CSU-Pueblo* W 9/26 Colorado Christian* W 10/1 at Central Oklahoma W 10/3 at West Texas A&M W (OT) 10/8 at Barry W 10/9 vs. Lynn# W (2OT) 10/15 Adams State* W 10/17 New Mexico Highlands* W 10/22 Fort Lewis* W 10/24 Mesa State* W 10/27 Metro State* L 10/29 at CSU-Pueblo* W 10/31 at Colorado Christian* W 11/5 vs. CSU-Pueblo$ W 11/6 at Metro State% L 11/12 vs. Texas A&M-Commerce& W 11/14 at Metro State@ L * - RMAC Game # - at Miami Shores, Fla. (Barry) $ - RMAC Semifinals (Hosted by Metro St.) % - RMAC Championship Match & - NCAA Division II 1st Round (Metro St.) @ - NCAA Division II 2nd Round

1-2 1-2 2-1 3-0 1-0 2-0 3-1 5-0 4-0 4-2 2-1 2-1 1-0 5-0 4-0 2-0 2-0 1-2 5-0 6-0 2-0 0-1 3-2 0-1

2005 • 17-6-1 (10-4 RMAC/3rd) Home: 10-1 ● Away: 6-5 ● Neutral: 1-0-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (149-56-8) 8/30 Colorado Mines W 4-0 9/4 Central Oklahoma W 4-0 9/9 New Mexico Highlands* W 1-0 9/11 Adams State* W 3-0 9/16 Mesa State* W 5-1 9/18 Fort Lewis* W 2-0 9/21 at Metro State* L 0-1 9/23 at Colorado Christian* W 8-1 9/25 at CSU-Pueblo* W 2-1 9/30 West Texas A&M W 3-0 10/2 Texas A&M-Commerce W 3-1 10/7 at St. Edward’s W 3-0 10/9 at Incarnate Word W 3-0 10/14 at New Mexico Highlands* W 1-0 10/16 at Adams State* L 0-1 10/21 at Mesa State* W 5-3 10/23 at Fort Lewis* L (2OT) 1-2 10/26 Metro State* L 2-3 10/28 Colorado Christian* W 4-0 10/30 CSU-Pueblo* W 7-0 11/4 vs. Fort Lewis# W 3-0 11/5 at Metro State$ L 1-4 11/11 vs. Central Oklahoma% T (2OT) 2-2 11/13 at Metro State& L 0-1 * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinals (Metro St.) $ - RMAC Championship Match % - NCAA Div. II 1st Round (Metro St.) Won shootout 3-1 to advance & - NCAA Div. II 2nd Round

8/25 St. Edward’s L 8/27 Midwestern State W 8/30 Colorado Mines* W 9/2 at Incarnate Word T (2OT) 9/4 at St. Mary’s (Texas) T (2OT) 9/8 at New Mexico Highlands* W 9/10 at Adams State* W 9/15 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/17 #2 Metro State* L 9/20 Colorado Christian* W 9/22 at Fort Lewis* W 9/24 at Mesa State L 9/29 at Texas A&M-Commerce L 10/1 at Central Oklahoma L 10/6 at Colorado Mines* W 10/8 #8 Montana State-Billings W 10/13 CSU-Pueblo* W 10/15 Mesa State* T (2OT) 10/20 at #5 Metro State* L (OT) 10/22 at CSU-Pueblo* T (2OT) 10/28 vs. Mesa State# W 10/29 vs. Fort Lewis$ L * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinal (Metro St.) $ - RMAC Championship Match (Metro St.)

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

2007 • 9-11 (5-7 RMAC/6th) Home: 6-5 ● Away: 3-6 Head Coach: JB Belzer (169-74-12) 8/24 Barry W 8/26 #2 Grand Valley State L 8/31 at Nebraska-Omaha L 9/3 at Montana State-Billings L 9/7 Mesa State* W 9/9 Fort Lewis* L 9/14 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/16 at CSU-Pueblo* W 9/21 at Colorado Christian* L 9/23 at Colorado Mines* W 9/28 Adams State W 9/30 Florida Southern W 10/5 Colorado Christian W 10/12 Metro State* L 10/14 at Adams State* W 10/19 CSU-Pueblo* L 10/21 at New Mexico Highlands* L 10/26 Colorado Mines* L 10/28 at Metro State* L 10/31 at Fort Lewis# L * - RMAC Game # - RMAC First Round (Durango, Colo.)

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

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Year-by-Year Results

2008 • 17-7 (11-2 RMAC/2nd)

2010 • 16-5-2 (10-3-1 RMAC/2nd)

2012 • 13-6-2 (10-2-2 RMAC/1st)

Home: 7-4 ● Away: 8-2 ● Neutral: 2-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (186-81-12)

Home: 7-0-1 ● Away: 7-4-1 ● Neutral: 2-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (216-91-18)

Home: 8-3 ● Away: 4-2-2 ● Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (244-103-20)

8/28 at #19 Winona State L (OT) 1-2 8/30 at #8 Minn. State-Mankato W 2-1 9/5 Grand Canyon W 6-1 9/7 Washburn L 0-1 9/12 at CSU-Pueblo* W 4-0 9/14 at Colorado Christian* W 2-0 9/19 at Adams State* W 10-0 9/21 #14 Metro State* L 0-6 9/26 #22 Carson-Newman W 3-0 9/28 Lynn L 1-2 10/3 Fort Lewis* L (OT) 3-4 10/5 Mesa State* W 1-0 10/12 at New Mexico Highlands* W 3-1 10/17 Colorado Christian* W 9-0 10/19 Colorado Mines* W 3-1 10/24 UC-Colorado Springs* W 4-1 10/26 Adams State* W 6-2 10/31 at Mesa State* W 3-0 11/2 at Fort Lewis* W 3-0 11/7 vs. Colorado Mines# W 3-0 11/9 at #12 Metro State$ L 0-1 11/14 vs. Augustana% W 3-0 11/16 at #11 Winona State& W 3-1 11/21 vs. Metro State@ L (OT) 1-2 * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Semifinal (Metro St.) $ - RMAC Championship Match % - NCAA Division II 1st Round (Winona, Minn.) & - NCAA Division II 2nd Round (Winona, Minn.) @ - NCAA Division II 3rd Round (Allendale, Mich.)

8/26 vs. BYU-Hawaii@ L 0-4 8/28 at Hawaii-Pacific W (2OT) 1-0 9/4 #25 Minnesota-Duluth W (OT) 2-1 9/10 at Minnesota State-Mankato W 4-0 9/12 at Winona State L 0-1 9/17 at Colorado Mines* L 1-2 9/19 Mesa State* W 2-0 9/22 at #3 Metro State* W (2OT) 3-2 9/24 at CSU-Pueblo* W 1-0 9/26 at New Mexico Highlands* L 0-1 10/01 at Adams State* W 2-0 10/03 Colorado Christian* W 5-1 10/10 UC-Colorado Springs* W 6-1 10/13 #11 Metro State* W (2OT) 2-1 10/15 at Mesa State* W 1-0 10/17 CSU-Pueblo* W 3-1 10/24 Nebraska-Kearney* T (2OT) 0-0 10/29 Adams State* W 3-0 10/31 at #4 Fort Lewis* L (OT) 0-1 11/05 vs. New Mexico Highlands$ W 2-0 11/07 at #3 Fort Lewis$ W 2-1 11/12 vs. New Mexico Highlands# W 3-2 11/14 at #14 Winona State% T (2OT) 1-1 * - RMAC Game @ - Played in Waipio, Hawaii $ - RMAC Tournament (Fort Lewis/Durango, Colo.) # - NCAA Division II First Round (Winona, Minn.) % - NCAA Division II Second Round (Winona, Minn.) Winona advances by winning shootout 4-2

9/1 Western State W 6-1 9/3 #24 Rollins L 2-4 9/7 vs. Incarnate Word! W 2-1 9/9 at #18 St. Edward’s L 0-1 9/14 at Metro State* T (2OT) 2-2 9/16 CSU-Pueblo* W 2-0 9/21 UC-Colorado Springs* W 2-1 9/23 Colorado Christian W 4-0 9/28 Adams State* W 4-0 9/30 Colorado Mesa* W 3-1 10/5 at Colorado Mines* L 0-2 10/7 #16 Metro State* L 1-2 10/12 at New Mexico Highlands* W 2-1 10/14 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/19 Fort Lewis* W 6-3 10/21 at Colorado Mesa* W 1-0 10/26 at Adams State* W 3-1 10/28 at Fort Lewis* T (2OT) 3-3 11/2 Fort Lewis@ W 3-1 11/4 #19 Colorado Mines# L 0-1 11/8 vs. #15 Colorado Mines% L 0-1 * - RMAC Game ! - Played at St. Edward’s (Austin, Texas) @ - RMAC First Round (Regis/Denver, Colo.) # - RMAC Championship Game (Regis/Denver, Colo.) % - NCAA Division II First Round (Dallas Baptist)

2011 • 15-6 (11-3 RMAC/1st) 2009 • 14-5-4 (10-2-4 RMAC/4th) Home: 9-2-2 ● Away: 5-2-2 ● Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: JB Belzer (200-86-16) 8/28 Angelo State W 8/30 Eastern New Mexico W 9/4 Winona State W 9/6 #15 Minnesota St.-Mankato L 9/11 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/13 at Nebraska-Kearney* T (2OT) 9/20 Adams State* W 9/23 Colorado Mines* L (OT) 9/25 at #18 Ft. Lewis* T (2OT) 9/27 at Adams State* W 10/2 Nebraska-Kearney* W 10/4 at Mesa State* W 10/9 CSU-Pueblo* W 10/14 at Colorado Mines* W 10/16 at #6 Metro State* L 10/18 UC-Colorado Springs* W 10/21 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 10/25 #13 Ft. Lewis* T (2OT) 10/31 at Colorado Christian* W 11/1 Mesa State* T (2OT) 11/4 Mesa State# W 11/6 at #4 Metro State$ L 11/12 vs. #21 Colorado Mines% L * - RMAC Match # - RMAC 1st Round (Regis) $ - RMAC Semifinal (Metro St.) % - NCAA Div. II 1st Round (Ft. Lewis)

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10-0 2-0 4-0 0-1 5-1 0-0 9-2 2-3 3-3 2-1 10-0 4-3 3-0 1-0 0-3 3-1 2-0 2-2 3-1 2-2 1-0 1-5 1-2

Home: 7-3 ● Away: 7-3 ● Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: JB Belzer (231-97-18) 9/3 at Minnesota-Duluth W 3-1 9/5 at Concordia-St. Paul W 5-0 9/9 #12 Winona State W 3-1 9/11 #21 Minn. State-Mankato L 2-3 9/16 #20 Colorado Mines* L 1-2 9/18 at Colorado Mesa* L 1-3 9/21 #6 Metro State* W 2-1 9/23 CSU-Pueblo* W 3-0 9/25 New Mexico Highlands* W 3-2 9/30 Adams State* W 4-0 10/2 at Colorado Christian* W 1-0 10/9 at UC-Colorado Springs* W (2OT) 1-0 10/12 at Metro State* L 1-2 10/14 Colorado Mesa* W 4-0 10/16 at CSU-Pueblo* W 2-0 10/23 at Nebraska-Kearney* W 2-1 10/28 at Adams State* W 1-0 10/30 #8 Fort Lewis* W 1-0 11/4 Colorado Mesa# L 0-1 11/11 vs. Colorado Mesa$ W 3-0 11/13 at Fort Lewis% L 0-1 * - RMAC Game # - RMAC Tournament (Regis/Denver, Colo.) $ - NCAA Division II First Round (Durango, Colo.) % - NCAA Division II Second Round (Durango, Colo.)


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Year-by-Year Leaders 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Carter Cornett Carter Cornett Kelly Labor Kate Murphy Kristin Geyer Kristin Geyer Kristin Geyer Arlene Basquez Dani Thorn N/A N/A Four tied Jenny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Amy Giltner N/A N/A

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Goalie Minutes Brianna Randall Nicole Eddings Ellen Augsburger Rosie Campbell Rosie Campbell Holly Redmond Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Brooke Glasmann Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Joyce Grippa Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Melissa Dewey

4 3 3 6 5 5 5 7 5

2 7 4

1,060:01 1,324:37 1,893:06 954:27 1,233:04 1,624:46 1,851:56 2,053:32 2,045:05 1,485:24 1,831:06 1,792:09 1,737:33 891:48 1,665:17 1,225:00 1,965:00 1,025:00 1,325:00 1,860:00

Goals Allowed Against Average 2012 Brianna Randall 0.93 2011 Nicole Eddings 0.68 2010 Ellen Augsburger 0.76 2009 Rosie Campbell 0.75 2008 Holly Redmond 0.98 2007 Holly Redmond 1.66 2006 Joanna Humphreys 1.17 2005 Joanna Humphreys 0.75 2004 Joanna Humphreys 0.70 2003 Brooke Glasmann 0.79 2002 Taresa Cavaliere 0.69 2001 Taresa Cavaliere 0.45

2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Joyce Grippa Krista Weiss Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Sharika Anderson Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Melissa Dewey

1.05 0.87 1.41 1.47 0.40 0.88 0.94 1.94

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Saves Brianna Randall Nicole Eddings Ellen Augsburger Marianne Clausen Rosie Campbell Holly Redmond Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Brooke Glasmann Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Joyce Grippa Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Melissa Dewey

47 78 60 38 54 72 91 85 71 54 58 60 80 47 84 82 87 67 79 101

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Save Percentage Brianna Randall Nicole Eddings Ellen Augsburger Rosie Campbell Holly Redmond Holly Redmond Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Brooke Glasmann Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Joyce Grippa Krista Weiss Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Sharika Anderson Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Melissa Dewey

.810 .886 .789 .778 .804 .706 .791 .833 .816 .806 .806 .870 .812 .815 .764 .804 .929 .870 .880 .716

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Wins Brianna Randall Nicole Eddings Ellen Augsburger Rosie Campbell Rosie Campbell Holly Redmond Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Brooke Glasmann Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Joyce Grippa Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Melissa Dewey

8 11 14 7 9 9 9 17 18 13 16 18 15 8 9 7 12 6 8 7

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Shutouts Brianna Randall Nicole Eddings Ellen Augsburger Rosie Campbell Rosie Campbell Holly Redmond Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Joanna Humphreys Brooke Glasmann Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Taresa Cavaliere Joyce Grippa Dani Campbell Michelle Decianne Dani Campbell Dani Campbell Sharika Anderson Melissa Dewey

3 7 7 6 4 3 5 11 10 8 8.5 10 5 2 5 2 12.5 5.5 4 4

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Opponent Quick Facts Adams State College Grizzlies

Fort Lewis College Skyhawks

Friday, September 27 at 3:30 p.m. (H) Friday, October 18 at 3:00 p.m. (A) Location Alamosa, Colo. Enrollment 2,500 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Grizzlies 2012 Record 2-16, 2-12 RMAC Conference Finish 8th Head Coach Tim Bussen SID Elario Rickey SID Phone (719) 587-8245

Sunday, September 29 at 1:00 p.m. (H) Sunday, October 20 at 3:30 p.m. (A) Location Durango, Colo. Enrollment 3,856 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Skyhawks 2012 Record 9-8-2, 6-6-2 RMAC Conference Finish 6th Head Coach Oige Kennedy SID SID Phone

Colorado Christian University Cougars

Colorado State University-Pueblo

Wednesday, October 2 at 3:30 p.m. (H) Sunday, October 13 at 11:00 a.m. (A) Location Lakewood, Colo. Enrollment 3,500 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Cougars 2012 Record 1-17, 0-14 RMAC Conference Finish 9th Head Coach Gary Evans SID Aimee Davison SID Phone (303) 963-3185

Friday, September 20 at 7:00 p.m. (A) Location Pueblo, Colo. Enrollment 5,100 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname ThunderWolves 2012 Record 6-7-5, 4-5-5 RMAC Conference Finish 7th Head Coach Roy Stanley SID Anthony Sandstrom SID Phone (719) 549-2022

Colorado Mesa University Mavericks

UC at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions

Friday, October 11 at 1:00 p.m. (H) Sunday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m. (A) Location Grand Junction, Colo. Enrollment 8,130 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Mavericks 2012 Record 8-7-4, 6-5-3 RMAC Conference Finish 5th Head Coach Josh Pittman SID Tish Elliott SID Phone 970-248-1143

Friday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m. (A) Friday, October 25 at 1:00 p.m. (H) Location Colorado Springs, Colo. Enrollment 8,893 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Mountain Lions 2012 Record 9-9-1, 7-6-1 RMAC Conference Finish 4th Head Coach Johnnie Keen SID Jared Verner SID Phone (719) 255-3003

Colorado School of Mines Orediggers Sunday, October 27 at 3:00 p.m. (H) Location Golden, Colo. Enrollment 4,800 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Orediggers 2012 Record 14-5-2, 9-3-2 RMAC Conference Finish 2nd Head Coach Frank Kohlenstein SID Bryan Desch SID Phone (303) 273-3735

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Metro State University of Denver Roadrunners Sunday, September 22 at 3:30 p.m. (H) Wednesday, October 30 at 3:30 p.m. (A) Location Denver, Colo. Enrollment 24,000 Conference RMAC Affiliation NCAA Division II Nickname Roadrunners 2012 Record 12-7-1, 8-5-1 RMAC Conference Finish 3rd Head Coach Ken Parsons SID Andy Schlichting SID Phone 303-556-3431

Non-Conference Opponents Western Nebraska Community College Saturday, August 31 at 4:00 p.m. - Exhibition

Saint Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University Saturday, September 7 at 3:00 p.m.

Northeastern State University Friday, September 13 at 5:00 p.m.

Saint Edwards University Sunday, September 15 at 3:30 p.m.


Denver, Colorado - Denver has the largest city park system in the nation with 205 parks in City limits and 20,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains. - The United States Census Bureau estimated that the population of Denver was 610,345 in 2009, making it the 24th most populous U.S. city. - The 10-county Denver-Aurora-Broomfi eld, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area had an estimated 2009 population of 2,552,195 and ranked as the 21st most populous U.S. metropolitan statistical area and the 12-county Denver-Aurora-Boulder Combined Statistical Area had an estimated 2009 population of 3,110,436 and ranked asthe 16th most populous U.S. metropolitan area. - Denver International Airport (DIA) is the tenth busiest airport in the world and ranks fourth in the United States, with 51,245,334 passengers passing through it in 2008. - DIA covers more than 53 square miles (137 km²), making it the largest airport by land area in the United States and larger than the island of Manhattan. - Colorado boasts 54 mountains that soar higher than14,000 feet, more than all other states combined. - The biggest surprise for visitors to Denver is the climate. The arid conditions bring only 8 to 15 inches of annual precipitation and locals wake up to more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Th at’s more annual hours of sun than Miami and San Diego. - Chipotle Mexican Grill, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Noodles & Company, Good Times, Heidi’s Deli, Quiznos, Samsonite, and Frontier Airlines all began in Denver. - Colorado ranked lowest in adult obesity in the US by “F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America’s Future 2010”, a report from the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). - Denver is the nation’s most highly educated city with the highest percentage of high school and college graduates. - Denver brews more beer than any other American city. - Denver has the nation’s second largest performing arts center. Th e Denver Performing Arts Complex has eight theaters seating over 9,000 people. - Denver citizens contribute more public funding for the arts per capita than any other U.S. city. - Denver really is a mile high. There’s a spot on the west steps of the State Capitol building that is exactly 5,280 feet above sea level.

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Regis University

Who are we? Regis University, founded in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico, moved to Colorado in 1884. Its original Colorado home was in Morrison, but when John Brisben Walker, an entrepreneur developer, offered the Jesuits a plot of land in 1887, the permanent home was established. Main Hall, which was completed in 1887, was the only building on campus until 1911, when expansion began. In 1996, Betty Williams of Northern Ireland became the first Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak on campus. Since that time, 12 other Nobel Laureates have spoken at Regis University. The most recent Nobel Peace Laureate on campus was David Trimble, who helped negotiate peace in Northern Ireland, spoke in October 2006. Lech Walesa, leader of the Solidarity Movement in Poland, spoke in March 2006. The motto “Men and Women in Service of Others” on the University seal describes the purpose of Jesuit education: to form men and women who use their knowledge in the unselfish service of others. It also expresses the desire of Regis’ faculty and staff to be of service to students and the community.

The Mission Regis University educates men and women of all ages to take leadership roles and to make a positive impact in a changing society. Standing within the Catholic and United States traditions, we are inspired by the particular Jesuit vision of Ignatius Loyola. This vision challenges us to attain the inner freedom to make intelligent choices. We seek to provide value-centered undergraduate and graduate education, as well as to strengthen commitment to community service. We nurture the life of the mind and the pursuit of truth within an environment conducive to effective teaching, learning and personal development. Consistent with Judeo-Christian principles, we apply knowledge to human needs and seek to preserve the best of the human heritage. We encourage the continual search for truth, values and a just existence. Throughout this process, we examine and attempt to answer the question: "How ought we to live?" As a consequence of Ignatius Loyola's vision, particularly as reflected in his Spiritual Exercises, we encourage all members of the Regis community to learn proficiently, think logically and critically, identify and choose personal standards of values, and be socially responsible. We further encourage the development of the skills and leadership abilities necessary for distinguished pro- AREAS OF STUDY fessional work and contributions to the improvement and trans- Accounting formation of society. Biochemistry Biology Neuroscience Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Christian Leadership Communication Computer Science Core Studies Economics Education English Environmental Studies Exercise Science French German History

Nursing Peace and Justice Studies Philosophy Physics Political Economy Politics Pre-Med/Pre-Health Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology Religious Studies Sociology Spanish Visual & Fine Arts Women's and Gender Studies

DISTINCTIVE PROGRAMS & SERVICES Academic Tutoring Air Force ROTC Army ROTC Career Services Commitment Program Disability Services Dual Degree Engineering Engaged-Scholar Activist Program Honors Program Ignatian Collaborative for Service & Justice Independent Study

Internship Program Leadership Development Program Living-Learning Communities New Student Orientation Paracurricular Program Service Learning Study Abroad Summer Session Thematic Major Program University Ministry

GRADUATE PROGRAMS MA in Education

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Mathematics Music

MS in Biomedical Sciences


President John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J.

Regis University

The Regis University Board of Trustees announced Father John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., as the 24th president of Regis University. He began his term on June 1, 2012, the retirement date announced by current president, Father Michael J. Sheeran, S.J. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., has most recently served as the associate provost for faculty development at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He served on the University of San Francisco (USF) Board of Trustees from June 2001 through June 2008. In addition, he was elected to the Gonzaga University Board of Trustees in July 2008. He served as vice president for administration and interim dean of the College of Professional Studies at USF from June 2007 to June 2009. Fr. Fitzgibbons holds a Ph.D. in English from Loyola University Chicago; an S.T.M. in moral theology from the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley; an M.Div. from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology; an M.A. in English from the University of Chicago; and, a B.A. in philosophy and English from Saint Louis University. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he entered the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1973 and was ordained a priest in 1985. He continues to be active in research scholarship, especially in the relationship of religion and culture.

At Regis University, the charge is to produce not just graduates but “men and women as leaders in service to others. Regis seeks to engage the minds, bodies and resources of faculty, staff and students for service and community understanding by meeting the cultural, economic, environmental, social and urban challenges of a variety of communities. Regis’ commitment in the service to others is highlighted in the variety of Centers, Institutes, and Academies that reach a diverse group of communities. Centers, Institutes and Academies Institute on the Common Good Lonnie Porter’s Leadership Academy O’Sullivan Art Center The Center for the Study of War Experience The John J. Sullivan Endowed Chair for Free Enterprise Recorder Music Center Research Centers Regis Learning Solutions New Ventures Ignatian Collaborative for Service and Justice The Washington Center Hopkins Conference


2013 Regis University Women’s Soccer Schedule Date

Opponent

Place

Thursday, Aug. 22

Hastings - Exhibition

Denver, Colo.

11:00 a.m.

Sunday, Sep. 1

Otero Junior College - Exhibition

Denver, Colo.

5:00 p.m.

Friday, Sep. 6

vs. Eastern New Mexico University

Santa Fe, N.M.

6:00 p.m.

Sunday, Sep. 8

vs. Texas Permian Basin

Santa Fe, N.M.

11:00 a.m.

Friday, Sep. 13

Emporia St. - Parenet’s Weekend

Denver, Colo.

2:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sep. 15

St. Edward’s - Parent’s Weekend

Denver, Colo.

1:00 p.m.

Friday, Sep. 20

at Fort Lewis*

Durango, Colo.

3:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sep. 22

Adams State*

Denver, Colo.

1:00 p.m.

Friday, Sep. 27

at Colorado Mines* - Family & Alumni Weekend*

Golden, Colo.

7:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sep. 29

Colorado Mesa* - Family & Alumni Weekend*

Denver, Colo.

3:30 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 4

at UC-Colorado Springs*

Colorado Springs, Colo.

5:00 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 6

at Colorado State-Pueblo*

Pueblo, Colo.

Friday, Oct. 11

Metro State*

Denver, Colo.

3:30 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13

at Western State*

Gunnison, Colo.

1:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Colorado Mines*

Denver, Colo.

3:30 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 20

at Colorado Mesa*

Grand Junction, Colo.

3:00 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

Colorado Christian*

Denver, Colo.

3:30 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 27

at Adams State*

Alamosa, Colo.

3:00 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1

Colorado State-Pueblo*

Denver, Colo.

3:30 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 3

N.M. Highlands*

Denver, Colo.

1:00 p.m.

* - RMAC Conference Games Gold - Home games

Time

12:00 p.m.


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