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QUICK FACTS General Information School:............................................................. Adrian College City, State, ZIP:.............................................Adrian, MI 49221 Address:..................................................... 110 S. Madison St. Adrian, Michigan 49221 Founded.......................................................................... 1859 Enrollment...................................................................... 1,600 Nickname.................................................................. Bulldogs School Colors.................................................. Black and Gold Affiliation....................................................... NCAA Division III Conference................ Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. MIAA Website................................................... www.miaa.org Home Pitch....................................... Multi-Sport Performance Capacity.......................................................................... 3,000 Surface..................................................... ProGrass Synthetic President.............................................. Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Alma Mater:..................................... Michigan State University Executive Vice President:................................... Rick Creehan Alma Mater:...................................................... California (Pa.) Athletic Department Phone:.............(517) 265-5161 ext. 4210 Athletic Department Fax:................................. (517) 264-3802 Sports Information Sports Information Director........................... Ryan Thompson Office Phone................................................... (517) 264-3280 Cell Phone....................................................... (517) 438-0995 E-Mail................................................ rthompson@adrian.edu Fax................................................................. (517) 264-3810 Assistant SID..........................................................Brian Alden Office Phone.................................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 5471 E-Mail....................................................... balden@adrian.edu Team Information Head Coach......................................................... Ali Alamdari Record at School.................................. 21-12-5, Third season E-Mail.................................................. aalamdari@adrian.edu Office Phone.................................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 4054 Assistant Coach.......................................... Lindsay Chitwood E-Mail.................................................. lchitwood@adrian.edu Office Phone.................................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 5009 Mailing Address......................... Merillat Sport & Fitness Center Adrian College 110 S. Madison St. Adrian, Michigan 49221

Athletic Department Athletic Director................................................ Mike Duffy E-mail................................................. mduffy@adrian.edu Office Phone............................................. (517) 264-3997 Senior Woman Administrator..................... Kristen Herrington E-Mail......................................... kherrington@adrian.edu Office Phone.............................. (517) 265-5161 ext. 4014 Administrative Assistant.............................. Darci Karapas E-Mail............................................. dkarapas@adrian.edu Office Phone...............................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4213 Administrative Assistant............................... Lauren Bailey E-Mail.................................................. lbailey@adrian.edu Office Phone...............................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4210 Head Athletic Trainer............................................ Jamie Fetter E-Mail.......................................................... jfetter@adrian.edu Office Phone.................................................... (517) 264-3969 Equipment Manager................................................ Toby Ernst E-Mail.......................................................... ternst@adrian.edu Office Phone.................................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 4212 Table of Contents Quick Facts.................................................................. 3 2010 Season Preview.................................................. 4 Coaching Staff.............................................................. 5 2010 Roster.................................................................. 6 2010 Player Profiles................................................7-14 2009 Statistics and Results........................................ 15 Adrian College Information....................................16-17 MIAA and Team Information....................................... 18 The 2010 Adrian College Women’s Soccer Yearbook was written and designed by Ryan Thompson, Sports Information Director, with assistance from the Adrian College Public Relations Staff. All information in this yearbook is accurate as of September 10, 2010. Photography courtesy of Dave Pearcy and the Adrian College Public Relations Office. Copy editing done by the Adrian College Public Relations Staff. This yearbook was printed by Spectrum Printers in Tecumseh, Michigan.

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SEASON PREVIEW Entering his third year as the Adrian College women’s soccer head coach, Ali Alamdari has already done things with the program that is turning heads. Alamdari’s teams over the past two seasons have compiled a record of 2112-5 including a MIAA record of 10-6-2. When you place those numbers against the history of the program, it is truly a success story. Between 2000-2008 the Bulldog women’s soccer program had just one winning season (12-7-1 in 2002) and had never finished above .500 in the MIAA standings. In two seasons, Alamdari has guided the program to 21 wins while the previous eight years yielded a total of 34 wins. The encore of 2009 will be tough as the Bulldogs lose a lot of scoring output from a team that went 11-6-2, 6-2 in the MIAA and finished second in the conference standings, which was a school best. The two leading scorers in the history of the program are gone as Lindsay Chitwood and Sarah Evans combined to form a dynamic scoring duo. Chitwood totaled 41 goals and 16 assists in her career graduating as the school’s leading scorer. The good news is that she will be joining the coaching staff and will assist Alamdari and his mission to bring home conference titles to Adrian College. Evans had a career-high eight goals as a junior in 2008 and had four goals and six assists in 2009. “Losing offensive production was the number one thing that needed to be addressed heading into the offseason,” said Alamdari. “I feel like we have some players back in Courtney Pomeroy, Bethany Cousino and Samantha Bono who will be ready to step up this year. We also have a solid freshmen class that features Anika Johnson and Sam Barker, who I feel will make an immediate impact and be solid four-year players for us.” Pomeroy, a sophomore midfielder from St. Clair Shores (Lake Shore H.S.), played in 16 matches as a freshman off the bench and finished with two goals and one assist. Her highlight of the season came against Alma when she scored the game-winner in a 1-0 win over the Scots. She also scored a goal at Anderson and had an assist at Trine. Cousino, a senior forward from Monroe (St. Mary’s Catholic Central H.S.), was limited to just four matches and made one start as a junior. She picked up one assist at Anderson and was slowed by injuries. Bono, a senior forward from Oxford (Oxford H.S.), ranked second on the team with six goals and 15 points as a junior. She played in all 19 matches and made 17 starts. Bono netted a hat trick in the team’s third match at Anderson and also scored a goal against Huntington, Trine and Rochester. Johnson and Barker are both supreme talents that had offers from bigger schools. Johnson attended Stevensville Lakeshore High School and was named honorable mention all-state as well as all-region and all-conference in 2009. Barker had a Division I scholarship offer but decided to attend Adrian College. She attended Temperance Bedford High School and was a scoring machine for the Kicking Mules. “Johnson and Barker are exceptional players and we are blessed to have them here at Adrian College,” said Alamdari. “I feel like they have the ability to be special and set records along the way. The ceiling is so high for them and they could be the future of the team.”

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Also returning to the team as an all-around midfielder is sophomore Lauren Cozzi (Roselle, Ill./St. Viator H.S.) who was named Second Team All-MIAA a year ago. Cozzi ranked fourth on the team with 10 points as a freshman and was one of three players to start in all 19 matches. She had one assist in three straight games from Sept. 12-16 and also scored a goal against Anderson, Trine and Olivet. “Cozzi is one of the top five technical players in the MIAA,” said Alamdari. “Her strength on the ball is remarkable and she is a tireless worker. She has been working on her communication skills on the field which is huge because while she can score, she also is a great playmaker and can set up our attackers.” The Bulldogs will also look for continued production from Tessa Kellar. Kellar, a senior from Novi (Farmington Hills Mercy H.S), played in all 19 games and made 14 starts as a junior midfielder. She scored a pair of goals and also dished out three assists. She had a three-point game at Anderson and also scored the game-winner on Oct. 14 at Albion. Newcomers Jordan Wolf (Portage, Mich./Central H.S.) and McKenzie Doda (Holland, Mich./West Ottawa H.S.) have played together for TKO Premier Soccer Club and each had solid prep careers. Wolf helped lead her team to a Division I state championship in 2009. Both will look to contribute immediately. On the defensive end, the Bulldogs have a stout nucleus of players who coach Alamdari believe are the best unit heading into the season. Kellie Irwin, Sabrina Fortney and Katie Caruso were very potent in heading off potential trouble and making the goalkeeper’s life a little easier. Adrian yielded just 13 goals in 19 matches last season. Irwin, a junior from Kentwood (East Kentwood H.S.), was named First Team All-MIAA a year ago and justifibly so after helping lead the Bulldogs to a 6-2 mark in league play. Fortney, a senior from Spring Lake (Spring Lake H.S.), was named Second Team All-MIAA as a sophomore in 2008 and continued her steady play into last year. Caruso, a sophomore from Novi (Novi H.S.), saw action in 18 matches and made 13 starts as a freshman. “Our defense has been our trademark since I arrived here at Adrian College,” commented Alamdari. “We want to be known as a balanced soccer team this year and hopefully our defense will carry us until the offensive pieces come together.” The goalkeeping situation is also a positive for the Bulldogs as they return Second Team All-MIAA performer Steffeny Burns. Burns, a junior from Trenton (Trenton H.S.), made big strides in net as a sophomore. She started all 19 matches and posted six shutouts. Her goals against average was a paltry 0.68 and she had a .881 save percentage. Also hoping to see time in net is Chayna Wallace and Jessica Toth. Wallace, a sophomore from Toledo, Ohio (Bedford H.S.), appeared in five matches as a freshman and will likely see a lot of action in the early part of the season. She made 11 saves and allowed one goal in 159 minutes. Toth, a freshman from Kalamazoo (Mattawan H.S.), also played for TKO Premier Soccer and will likely play during reserve games to get acclimated to the collegiate level.

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COACHING STAFF on the All-MIAA Team in 2008. The Bulldogs were also recognized as the 12th Most Improved Program nationally out of over 425 NCAA Division III women's soccer programs. Adrian Soccer History Alamdari's teams over the past two seasons have compiled a record of 21-12-5 including a MIAA record of 10-6-2. When you place those numbers against the history of the program, it is truly a success story. From the beginning of the program in 1989 through 2007, the Bulldog women's soccer program had just one winning season (12-7-1 in 2002) and had never finished above .500 in the MIAA standings. Alamdari is currently second in career wins at AC, behind former head coach Rick Gutierrez who earned 32 wins with the Bulldogs from 1998 through 2005. Away from Adrian Before taking over as the head coach at Adrian, Alamdari served as the assistant coach for the Albion College women's soccer program and helped the team to a 25-7-6 record in two seasons. The team made a turnaround upon his arrival going 19-172 in the previous two campaigns. Albion captured the 2007 MIAA Tournament and Alamdari mentored all goalkeepers including MIAA Player of the Year Caitlin Bowman. During the summer, Alamdari has served on the camp staff at the University of Michigan since 2008. He also serves as the founder and director of the Adrian Soccer Academy which formed in the summer of 2009. Prior to joining the college ranks, Alamdari served as the Women’s Head Coach for Loy Norrix High School in Kalamazoo, Michigan and Goalkeeper Coach for Portage Northern High School in Portage, Michigan and was active in the club scene with TKO Premier and Kalamazoo Kingdom Reserves. Coach Alamdari is licensed by the NSCAA and USSF, and holds a Master of Arts degree in Performance Driven Leadership from Western Michigan University.

Head Coach Ali Alamdari Western Michigan, 2001 Third Season (21-12-5) aalamdari@adrian.edu (517) 265-5161 ext. 4054 Ali Alamdari will enter his third season as the head coach of the Adrian College women's soccer team in 2010. 2009 Season Review Coach Alamdari led the 2009 Bulldogs to a record of 11-62, ending the season ranked #10 in the NSCAA DIII Central Region. Adrian finished the year as the MIAA Runners-Up, and saw four players honored with All-MIAA nominations, including NSCAA All-Central Region nominee Lindsay Chitwood who led the MIAA in scoring in 2009. The 2009 Bulldogs were nationally ranked in several NCAA statistical categories. Out of over 425 DIII teams, Adrian ranked 10th in Team Save Percentage (0.889), 37th in Goals Against Average (0.662), and 54th in Shutout Percentage (0.526). The season saw several school records broken including Fewest Goals Against, Highest Win Percentage, and Highest MIAA Finish. 2008 Season Review In his first season at Adrian in 2008, Alamdari took the program to a new level as he coached the Bulldogs to a 10-6-3 overall record including the school's first-ever berth in the MIAA Tournament Semifinals. The 10-win season was only the second double-digit win season in the last twenty years at AC. Under the direction of Alamdari, Adrian placed two players

to leadership on the sideline.” Chitwood will serve as the program’s recruiting and fundraising coordinator and head coach for reserve matches. She graduated from Adrian College as the all-time leader in school history with 41 goals, 98 points, 16 game-winning goals and 16 assists. She helped Adrian College to their best finish in MIAA history placing second with a 11-6-2 overall record (6-2 MIAA) in 2009. She has named First Team All-MIAA as a senior and led the conference in points (30) and goals (11). She was named Adrian College Female Athlete of the Year in 2009-10 as she also excelled in track and field for the Bulldogs. In total, Chitwood was named Second Team All-MIAA three times during her first three seasons. Chitwood received her bachelor’s degree in marketing from Adrian College in May 2010. She is the daughter of Garry and Sue Chitwood. She attended Lakeview High School in St. Clair Shores and was named the Best Female Athlete at Lakeview as a senior.

Assistant Coach Lindsay Chitwood Adrian College, 2010 First Season lchitwood@adrian.edu (517) 265-5161 ext. 5009 Lindsay Chitwood will serve as the assistant women’s soccer coach for the 2010 season after a very successful collegiate career at Adrian College. “Lindsay wowed the hiring committee with her understanding of the game and passion for the position,” said head coach Ali Alamdari. “She has a great grasp on our grassroots recruiting efforts, and we know that the leadership that she provided on the field will easily translate

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ROSTERS # 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30

Name Stevie Burns Jessica Toth Chayna Wallace Kellie Irwin Melissa Woolsey Jordan Wolf Sam Barker Samantha Bono Bethany Cousino Brittany Moreau Tessa Kellar Lauren Cozzi Emily Low Sam Greene McKenzie Doda Haley Smith Courtney Pomeroy Sabrina Fortney Amelia Kern Hayley Betker Emily Kerul Anika Johnson Madison Way Patti Vaassen Katie Caruso Katie Bauer Alex Bowen Alanna Chambry Kelly Bodnar Emily Klinefelt Grace Domanski

Ht. 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-5 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-10 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-7

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

Yr. JR FR SO JR SO FR FR SR SR SR SR SO SO SO FR FR SO SR SO FR FR FR FR SO SO FR FR FR FR FR FR

Hometown - High School Trenton, Mich. - Trenton Kalamazoo, Mich. - Mattawan Bedford, Mich. - Bedford Kentwood, Mich. - East Kentwood St. Clair Shores, Mich. - Lake Shore Portage, Mich. - Central Temperance, Mich. - Bedford Oxford, Mich. - Oxford Monroe, Mich. - St. Mary’s Catholic Central Toronto, Ont. - Stouffville District Novi, Mich. - Farmington Hills Mercy Roselle, Ill. - St. Viator Niles, Mich. - Brandywine Stevensville, Mich. - Lakeshore Holland, Mich. - West Ottawa St. Joseph, Mich. - Stevensville Lakeshore St. Clair Shores, Mich. - Lake Shore Spring Lake, Mich. - Spring Lake Delta, Ohio - Delta Petoskey, Mich. - Petoskey Toledo, Ohio - Notre Dame Academy Baroda, Mich. - Stevensville Lakeshore Charlevoix, Mich. - Charlevoix Ann Arbor, Mich. - Saline Novi, Mich. - Novi Downingtown, Pa. - West Mississauga, Ont. - St. Marcellinus Secondary Harrison Twp., Mich. - L’Anse Creuse Harrison Twp., Mich. - L’Anse Creuse Eastpointe, Mich. - East Detroit Grand Blanc, Mich. - Grand Blanc

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Sam Barker Katie Bauer Hayley Betker Kelly Bodnar Samantha Bono Alex Bowen Steffeny Burns Katie Caruso Alanna Chambry Bethany Cousino Lauren Cozzi McKenzie Doda Grace Domanski Sabrina Fortney Sam Greene

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

2 20 9 29 17 19 11 8 15 14 0 22 1 21 4 3

Kellie Irwin Anika Johnson Tessa Kellar Emily Klinefelt Amelia Kern Emily Kerul Emily Low Brittany Moreau Courtney Pomeroy Haley Smith Jessica Toth Patti Vaassen Chayna Wallace Madison Way Jordan Wolf Melissa Woolsey

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Pronunciation Guide

Chayna Wallace - (Shay-na) Samantha Bono - (BOE-no) Bethany Cousino - (KOOZ-in-oh) Brittany Moreau - (more-OH) Tessa Kellar - (Keller) Lauren Cozzi - (COH-ze) Emily Kerul - (Cruel) Patti Vaassen - (VAH-sen) Alanna Chambry - (Ch-am-bree) Ali Alamdari - (ah-LEE / ALL-um-DAR-ee)

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Samantha Bono #6 - Midfield Senior - 5-6 Oxford, Mich. Oxford H.S.

2009: Played in all 19 matches and started 17 times...named Academic All-MIAA...ranked second on the team with 15 points and six goals... took 46 shots with 25 on goal (.543)...scored the gamewinning goal in a 3-0 win against Huntington on Sept. 16... netted a hat trick on three shots on goal in her third match as a Bulldog coming Sept. 5 at Anderson in a 7-0 win... scored a goal at Trine in an 8-1 win on Oct. 10...had a goal and assist in a 5-0 win over Rochester on Oct. 27...ranked eighth in the MIAA in shots per game (2.42). Prior to AC: Played two years at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan...saw action in six games and fired two shots on the season as a sophomore...played in seven games as a freshman...named Academic All-Summit League both seasons. Personal: Majoring in athletic training and psychology... born in Normal, Illinois on December 20, 1988...daughter of Mike and Patrice Bono...attended Oxford High School graduating in 2007...four-year letterwinner in soccer for head coach John Thaler...named First Team All-League and All-District over her first three seasons...named fourtime scholar-athlete...scored 23 goals as a junior, finishing among the top-five in Oakland County and earning honorable mention all-state honors...team MVP is 2006 as well as a First Team All-Metro pick...played club soccer for the Vardar Stars in Rochester...member of the National Honor Society...named Helen Smith Award winner as Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year at Oxford in 2007... leading scorer in school’s history...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Mia Hamm and Pavel Datsyuk...favorite TV shows are The Office, Family Guy and Hannah Montana.

Bethany Cousino

#7 - Forward Senior - 5-7 Monroe, Mich. St. Mary’s Catholic H.S.

goal and had one assist to total three points...took eight shots. 2007: One of four players to start in each of the 18 games of the season...second on the team in shots (41)...tied for fifth on the team for total points...scored two goals in a 3-0 win over Rochester College on September 26. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Monroe, Michigan on May 5, 1989...daughter of Dean and Coliss Cousino...attended Saint Mary’s Catholic Central High School...earned four varsity letters in soccer...ranks fourth all-time in goals scored with 49...First Team All-Conference selection...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Pistons and Michigan State Spartans...favorite athletes are Chauncey Billups, Cristiano Ronaldo and Michael Phelps...favorite TV shows are Arrested Development and Sex & the City... favorite movies are Bourne Ultimatum and Hot Rod... favorite musicians are Akon, Carrie Underwood and Dierks Bentley...favorite book is the Bible.

Brittany Moreau

#8 - Midfield Senior - 5-6 Toronto, Ont. Stouffville District School 2009: Played in 14 games and made 10 starts...scored one goal which came as the game-winner against Saint Mary’s on Sept. 30... finished the season with six shots and four shots on goal. 2008: Played in 18 games with 10 starts...scored one goal against Anderson on August 29...took five shots. 2007: One of four players to start in each of the team’s 18 games...tied for team lead in assists with three...tied for third in points during the season (5)...scored first career goal against Albion College on October 13. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Toronto, Ontario on June 12, 1989...daughter of Marc and Susan Moreau...attended Stouffville District Secondary School... placed third in the OFSAA as a defender in 2005...involved in Athletic Council...most memorable achievement was when her Richmond Hill Raiders soccer team won nationals in 2007...favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs...favorite athlete is Lionel Messi...favorite TV shows are One Tree Hill and Friends...favorite movies are Remember the Titans and Home Alone...favorite musician is Keith Urban...favorite book is My Stroke of Insight.

2009: Played in four games and got a start against Anderson...had one assist at Anderson...took three shots at Anderson and three shots against Rochester...totaled three shots on goal for the season. 2008: Played in 16 games with three starts...scored one

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Tessa Kellar

#9 - Midfield Senior - 5-4 Novi, Mich. Farmington Hills Mercy H.S. 2009: Played in all 19 games and started in 14 contests as a junior... recorded two goals and three assists (seven points) on the season... had 12 shots including nine shots on goal (.750%)...had a game-winning goal at Albion on Oct. 14...had a goal and assist at Anderson on Sept. 5...also had an assist against Huntington and Hope. 2008: Started in 18 games with nine starts...scored two goals to earn four points...took four shots during the season...three shots on goal...scored a goal against Anderson on August 29...scored the go-ahead goal against Goshen on September 9. 2007: Made eight appearances. Personal: Majoring in secondary education...born in Northville, Michigan on August 26, 1989...daughter of Stephen and Judy Kellar...attended Mercy High School... named All-League honorable mention...received the Leadership Scholarship...favorite sports team is Manchester United...favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo...favorite TV show is Keeping Up with the Kardashian’s...favorite movie is Breakfast at Tiffany’s...favorite book is Eat, Pray, Love... favorite musician is Notorious BIG.

Sabrina Fortney

#16 - Defense Senior - 5-6 Spring Lake, Mich. Spring Lake H.S.

basketball for four years...member of the honor roll...won a conference title for soccer in 2007...favorite sports team is Manchester United...favorite athlete is Fernando Torres... favorite TV shows are 30 Rock, The Office and Dexter... favorite movies are Drop Dead Gorgeous, Mean Girls and Goonies...favorite book is A Fish Out of Water.

Stevie Burns

#00 - Goalkeeper Junior - 5-9 Trenton, Mich. Trenton H.S. 2009: Named Second Team AllMIAA...ranked second in the MIAA in goals against average (0.67)... ranked first in the conference in save percentage (.880)...ranked eighth in the league in saves per game (4.63)...named MIAA Defensive Player of the Week in week four...played and started in net in all 19 games...logged 1,599 minutes...only allowed 12 goals all season...made a total of 89 saves including a season-high 11 saves against Elmhurst on Sept. 26...also had 10 saves at Siena Heights on Sept. 9...posted six shutouts including two MIAA games against Albion and Alma. 2008: Started in 13 games...logged 1,215 minutes in net... ended year with a 6-5-2 record as the goalkeeper...held a 1.26 goal-against average and a .702 save percentage... recorded four shutouts ...made 40 saves...made a seasonhigh seven saves against Calvin on November 4. Personal: Majoring in physical education...born in Wyandotte, Michigan on January 3, 1990...daughter of Ed Burns and Kristin Dolinski...attended Trenton High School...named All-Conference in 2008...favorite TV show is The Real Housewives of New Jersey...favorite movie is Cars...favorite musician is Kenny Chesney.

2009: Played in 17 games and made 15 starts for the Bulldogs... helped anchor a defense that allowed just 13 goals in 19 games... scored a goal at Trine on Oct. 10...recorded three shots which were all on goal. 2008: Played in all 19 games with 18 starts...scored two goals and recorded one assist to earn five points ...took six shots with four of the shots being on goal...Second Team All-MIAA selection ...honored as the MIAA’s Defensive Player of the Week two times during the season...scored two goals against Hope on October 18. 2007: Made four appearances. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Toledo, Ohio on September 15, 1988...daughter of James and Rhonda Fortney...attended Spring Lake High School... All-Conference selection in 2007...lettered in soccer and

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Kellie Irwin

#2 - Defense Junior - 5-9 Kentwood, Mich. East Kentwood H.S. 2009: Named First Team AllMIAA...named to the Academic All-MIAA squad...selected as MIAA Defensive Player of the Week in week eight...helped Adrian rank 37th in Division III in goals against average...played in 18 games and started in 17 contests on defense. 2008: Started in all 19 games...tallied one assist to earn one point...took one shot on goal...recorded an assist against Bethel (Ind.)...honored as the MIAA Defensive Player of the Week after week nine. Personal: Majoring in interior design...born in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 7, 1990...daughter of Daren and Sharon Irwin...attended East Kentwood High School... earned two varsity letters in soccer...named to the AllAcademic Team all four years...member of the honor roll all four years...served as a volunteer referee in the spring of 2007 and 2008 for the American Youth Soccer Organization...favorite sports team is Manchester United... favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo...favorite TV show is The Office...favorite movies are Superstar and Mean Girls...favorite book is Harry Potter...favorite musician is Dashboard Confessional.

Chayna Wallace #1 - Goalkeeper Sophomore - 5-7 Bedford, Mich. Bedford H.S.

2009: Saw action in five games as a freshman in net...played a total of 159 minutes...allowed one goal and made 11 saves posting no win-loss record...had five saves in the second half of a 3-0 win over Saint Mary’s on Sept. 30...posted a 0.57 goals against average and .917 save percentage in limited time. Personal: Majoring in criminal law...born in Toledo, Ohio on August 31, 1990...daughter of Tom Wallace and Cheryl Clark...attended Bedford High School...earned three varsity letters in soccer...All-District, All-League, and AllConference in 2007 and 2008...favorite sports teams are the Oakland Raiders and Detroit Pistons...favorite athlete is Hope Solo...favorite TV shows are The Simpsons and Jersey Shore...favorite movies are Inception and Final Destination...favorite books are Love Waits, Keeping You a Secret and Please Stop Laughing at Me.

Melissa Woolsey

#3 - Defense Sophomore - 5-7 St. Clair Shores, Mich. Lake Shore H.S. 2009: Saw action in four games against Saint Mary’s, Trine, Olivet and Rochester. Personal: Majoring in psychology with a minor in criminal justice...born in St. Clair Shores, Michigan on July 29, 1991...daughter of Ron and Carol Woolsey...attended St. Clair Shores Lake Shore High School graduating in 2009...earned four varsity letters in soccer and played sweeper...also earned three varsity letters in volleyball as a defensive specialist...won two league championships in soccer and one in volleyball... played soccer for head coach George Spiteri...named All-Conference for three seasons...named All-District and All-County as a senior...member of the school’s honor roll and conference all-academic team...favorite sports team is Manchester United...favorite athlete is Landon Donovan...favorite TV shows are The Office, Glee and Grey’s Anatomy...favorite movies are The Hangover, Elf and Mean Girls...favorite book is Eat, Pray, Love...favorite musicians are John Mayer, Jack Johnson and Maroon 5.

Lauren Cozzi

#10 - Midfield Sophomore - 5-5 Roselle, Ill. St. Viator H.S. 2009: Named Second Team AllMIAA as a freshman...named to the MIAA All-Academic team...ranked 10th in the conference in assists per game (0.21)...ranked fourth on the team with 10 points... scored three goals and added four assists...took 21 shots with nine shots on goal (.429)...played and started in all 19 games...scored the game-winning goal at Anderson in a 7-0 win...had an assist in three straight games against Ohio Wesleyan, Mount Union and Huntington...had a goal and assist in 8-1 win at Trine...netted a goal at Olivet in 3-0 win. Personal: Majoring in interior design with a minor in business...born in Chicago, Illinois on February 5, 1991... daughter of Martin and Barbara Cozzi...attended St. Viator High School...named All-Conference as a senior... favorite sports teams are the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago White Sox...favorite athletes are Andrew Ladd and Jonathan Toews...favorite TV shows are The Office and Criminal Minds.

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Emily Low

#11 - Defense Sophomore - 5-6 Niles, Mich. Brandywine H.S. 2009: Played in one game against Rochester on Oct. 27. Personal: Major in undecided with a minor in spanish...born in South Bend, Indiana on March 18, 1990...daughter of Kelly and Judy Low...attended Niles Brandywine High School graduating in 2009...part of a team that went 16-2-2 her senior year under coach Evan Winkler...won the Lakeland Conference Championship in 2009...earned four varsity letters...First Team All-Conference, All-District, All-Region, and honorable mention All-State selection in 2009...named All-Conference, All-District and All-Region as a junior... also earned a letter in basketball in 2009 being named AllConference and All-District...named her school’s athlete of the year in 2009...salutatorian of her class...favorite sports team is Notre Dame Fighting Irish...favorite athletes are Mia Hamm and Landon Donovan...favorite TV shows are The Office, Friends and Family Guy...favorite movies are The Harry Potter Series and The Hangover...favorite musicians are Lady Antebellum and Creed.

Sam Greene

#12 - Midfield Sophomore - 5-4 Stevensville, Mich. Lakeshore H.S. 2009: Played in 11 games and made a start at Anderson...scored a goal against Huntington on her lone shot on goal for the season. Personal: Majoring in physical therapy with a minor in business...born in Berrien Springs, Michigan on November 2, 1990...daughter of Karey and Juanita Greene...attended Stevensville Lakeshore High School...helped her team post an 11-2 overall record...part of a team that won a district championship in 2008...named All-Conference and All-District in 2008...All-Conference selection in 2009...earned four varsity letters in soccer...member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the Chicago Bears and Detroit Tigers...favorite athlete is Fernando Torres...favorite TV shows are The Office and Dog the Bounty Hunter...favorite movies are Drop Dead Gorgeous and Blue Crush...favorite books are The Twilight Saga and The Pact...favorite musicians are Bruno Mars and Kid Cudi.

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Courtney Pomeroy

#15 - Forward Sophomore - 5-6 St. Clair Shores, Mich. Lake Shore H.S. 2009: Played in 16 games in a reserve role...scored two goals and added one assist...took nine shots with six shots on goal (.667)... scored the game-winning goal against Alma in a 1-0 win... scored a goal at Anderson...had her assist at Trine...took a season-high three shots (two on goal) against Ohio Wesleyan. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business...born in Detroit, Michigan on June 16, 1991... daughter of David and Susan Pomeroy...attended St. Clair Shores Lake Shore High School...played soccer for coach George Spiteri...won back-to-back conference titles in 2007 and 2008...named First Team All-Conference all four years on varsity...also named All-Academic all four years... favorite sports team in Manchester United...favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo...favorite TV shows are Glee and True Blood...favorite movie is Superbad...favorite book is The Harry Potter Series.

Amelia Kern

#17 - Forward Sophomore - 5-5 Delta, Ohio Delta H.S. 2009: Played in two games against Baldwin-Wallace and Rochester... took a shot against Rochester. Personal: Undecided major...born in Toledo, Ohio on July 22, 1991...daughter of John and Heidi Kern...attended Delta High School graduating in 2009...played for her father in high school...won a sectional championship in 2008...named soccer team MVP in 2007 and 2008...also lettered in track and field and was selected team MVP in 2008...named Second Team All-District in 2008...active in several clubs including FCA, spanish club and french club...favorite sports team is the Cincinnati Bengals...favorite movies are The Breakfast Club, P.S. I Love You and Disney films.

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Patti Vaassen

#22 - Midfield Sophomore - 5-9 Ann Arbor, Mich. Saline H.S. 2009: Played in 13 games and made three starts against Trine, Rochester and Albion in the MIAA Tournament...scored a goal at Olivet and also added an assist in a 3-0 win...had one assist against Huntington and Rochester...took three shots with one shot on goal for the season. Personal: Majoring in exercise science/pre-physical therapy with a minor in business...daughter of Dan and Sharon Vaassen...attended Saline High School... earned two varsity letters in basketball and soccer for the Hornets...named Most Improved Player in basketball as a junior...named All-State honorable mention in soccer as a senior...member of the honor roll for four years... favorite sports teams are US Soccer and Michigan State Spartans...favorite athletes are Pele, Ronaldinho and Mateen Cleaves...favorite TV show is Whose Line Is It Anyway?...favorite movies are We Are Marshall and The Proposal.

Katie Caruso

#23 - Defense Sophomore - 5-7 Novi, Mich. Novi H.S. 2009: Played in 18 games and started in 13 contests as a freshman...took 12 shots including six shots on goal...had a seasonhigh four shots at Olivet. Personal: Majoring in athletic training/physical therapy... born in Appleton, Wisconsin on February 23, 1991... daughter of Phil and Mary Caruso...attended Novi High School graduating in 2009...helped her team reach the regionals in 2008 and 2009...part of a team that posted a 18-3-1 record in 2009...named Second Team AllConference as a senior...two-time Academic Achievement Award winner...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Green Bay Packers and Michigan Wolverines... favorite athletes are Brett Favre, Henrik Zetterberg and Brandon Inge...favorite TV shows are The Office, Friends and Family Guy...favorite movies are Step Brothers, Anchorman and Rush Hour 2...favorite musicians are Emarosa, John Mayer and Brad Paisley.

Jessica Toth

#0 - Goalkeeper Freshman - 5-7 Kalamazoo, Mich. Mattawan H.S. Personal: Majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry...born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on August 9, 1992...daughter of David and Sherrie Toth...attended Mattawan High School graduating in 2010...played varsity soccer for coach Kirt Brown...won a division championship as a senior...named All-State honorable mention as a senior...member of academic honor roll all four years at Mattawan...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is Peter Schmeichel...favorite TV show is Bones...favorite movies are Miracle and Gracie...favorite musician is Jason Aldean.

Jordan Wolf

#4 - Midfield Freshman - 5-4 Portage, Mich. Portage Central H.S. Personal: Majoring in athletic training...born in Danville, Pennsylvania on February 16, 1992...daughter of John and Lisa Wolf...attended Portage Central High School graduating in 2010...earned four varsity letters in soccer...played for coach Pat Norman...reached the state semifinals in 2010 with a 25-1-2 record...lost just 10 games in four years on varsity...won a state championship in 2009...named AllDistrict in 2010...member of honor roll all four years... favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers...favorite athlete is David Beckham...favorite TV show is Gossip Girl...favorite musicians are Taylor Swift and John Mayer.

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Sam Barker

#5 - Forward Freshman - 5-7 Temperance, Mich. Bedford H.S. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Salinas, California on August 4, 1992...daughter of Dave Barker and Wendy Dominique...attended Temperance Bedford High School graduating in 2010...named All-District and All-Region as a senior...set school record for most goals in a season... favorite sports teams are Bayern Munich FC, Chelsea FC and German National Team...favorite athletes are Michael Ballack, Philipp Lahm and Mia Hamm...favorite TV show is The Big Bang Theory.

McKenzie Doda #13 - Midfield Freshman - 5-4 Holland, Mich. West Ottawa H.S.

Personal: Undecided major...born in Sedallia, Missouri on October 25, 1991...daughter of Kerry and Jay Doda...attended Holland West Ottawa High School graduating in 2010...played for coach Larry Deleon...won a conference championship in 2008... named All-Conference, All-District and All-Area as a senior...member of school’s honor roll and named scholar athlete...favorite sports team is Manchester United... favorite athlete is Mia Hamm...favorite TV show is 24... favorite movies are The Hangover and Step Brothers... favorite musicians are Lil’ Wayne and T.I.

Haley Smith

#14 - Midfield Freshman - 5-8 St. Joseph, Mich. Stevensville Lakeshore H.S. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in physical therapy...born in Berrien Springs, Michigan on July 18, 1991... daughter of Scott and Tami Smith...attended Stevensville Lakeshore High School graduating in 2010...player for coach Bob Shodorf...won a district championship in

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2008...earned All-Conference and All-District honors as a junior and senior...played in the Sportsfest All-Star Game for Team Michigan...earned four varsity letters in soccer and cross country...named All-District and All-Conference in cross country as a senior...female recipient of the 2010 Wendy’s Heisman Scholarship for Lakeshore...member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports team is the Chicago Bears...favorite athlete is Mia Hamm...favorite TV show is Boy Meets World...favorite movies are Remember the Titans and Miracle.

Hayley Betker

#18 - Defense Freshman - 5-10 Petoskey, Mich. Petoskey H.S.

Personal: Majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry...born in Traverse City, Michigan on May 4, 1992... daughter of Kurt and Lisa Betker... attended Petoskey High School graduating in 2010... career goal is to perhaps travel to Africa for Doctors without Borders...won a Big North Conference Championship in 2009...won another conference title in 2010 with only two goals scored against in 10 league games...named to the All-Area team...member of the marching band and National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Spanish National Team...favorite athletes are Steve Yzerman, Nicklas Lidstrom and David Beckham... favorite TV show is Burn Notice...favorite movies are Indiana Jones, Stick It and Bourne Identity...favorite musicians are Jack Johnson, John Mayer and Dispatch.

Emily Kerul

#19 - Midfield Freshman - 5-6 Toledo, Ohio Notre Dame Academy Personal: Majoring in business with a minor in spanish...born in Toledo, Ohio on July 27, 1992... daughter of Joe and Linda Kerul... attended Notre Dame Academy graduating in 2010... played for coach Gary Snyder and Mike Strauss for four years...named honorable mention All-City in 2008... named Second Team All-City in 2009...named academic all-conference for three years...favorite sports team is the Michigan Wolverines...favorite TV shows are 30 Rock and The Office...favorite movie is Zoolander...favorite book is Hunger Games.

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Anika Johnson

#20 - Forward Freshman - 5-8 Baroda, Mich. Stevensville Lakeshore H.S. Personal: Majoring in communications with a minor in public relations...born in Baroda, Michigan on April 17, 1992... daughter of Mark and Melodie Johnson...attended Stevensville Lakeshore High School graduating in 2010... played for coach Bob Schodorf and Brian Samuel...won a district title in 2008...named All-Conference, All-Region and All-State honorable mention in 2009 and 2010...member of the equestrian team and DECA...favorite sports teams are the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Bears...favorite athletes are Sidney Crosby and Patrick Kane...favorite TV show is NCIS...favorite movies are The Hangover, Up and Robin Hood Men In Tights...favorite musician is John Mayer.

Madison Way

#21 - Midfield Freshman - 5-7 Charlevoix, Mich. Charlevoix H.S. Personal: Majoring in interior design with a minor in prearchitecture...born in Charlevoix, Michigan on March 23, 1992... daughter of Ron and Jill Way...attended Charlevoix High School graduating in 2010...played varsity soccer all four years for coach Carol Madison...won three straight district titles from 2008-10...won back-to-back conference championships in 2007-08...won a regional title in 2008... played goalkeeper in high school...named All-Conference, All-Region and All-Area...named Second Team All-State as a senior...named Academic All-State...member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the U.S. National Soccer Teams...favorite athletes are Mia Hamm and Landon Donovan...favorite TV shows are Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and The O.C...favorite movies are James Bond, Taken and Inception...favorite book is Nineteen Minutes...favorite musicians are One Republic, Dave Matthews and Needtobreathe.

Katie Bauer

#24 - Defense Freshman - 5-7 Downingtown, Pa. Downingtown West H.S. Personal: Majoring in biology and psychology...born in San Jose, California on October 7, 1991... daughter of Steve and Lori Bauer... attended Downingtown West High School graduating in 2010...played for coach Rob Smith...won PIAA Class AAA State championships in 2006 and 2009...won PIAA Class AAA District I championships in 2006 and 2008... won Ches-Mont League titles in 2007, 2008 and 2009... played travel soccer with FC Delco...won EPYSA State Cup in 2005 and 2006...also played lacrosse and went to Ches-Mont semifinals in 2007...played travel lacrosse with PA Express...named Second Team All-Conference and All-Area honorable mention in soccer...started for three years in soccer and two years in lacrosse...member of the National Honor Society...attended National Youth Leadership Forum in Medicine at Villanova University in 2007...favorite sports team is the Philadelphia Union... favorite athlete is Landon Donovan...favorite TV shows are Psych and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia...favorite movie is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off...favorite musician is Eminem.

Alex Bowen

#25 - Forward Freshman - 5-4 Mississauga, Ont. St. Marcellinus Secondary Personal: Majoring in education with a minor in special education... born in Mississauga, Ontario on October 6, 1992...daughter of Jim and Terri Bowen...attended St. Marcellinus Secondary School graduating in 2010...named team’s MVP in 2006 at forward...named Most Spirited Player in 2009...member of the honor roll...also participated in track and field... favorite sports team is Manchester United...favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo...favorite TV show is Jersey Shore... favorite movie is The Hangover...favorite musician is Chris Brown.

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Alanna Chambry

#26 - Midfield Freshman - 5-4 Harrison Township, Mich. L’Anse Creuse H.S. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in athletic training...born in Clinton Township, Michigan on November 4, 1992... daughter of Krystal Jackson...attended L’Anse Creuse High School graduating in 2010...uncle, Joseph Jackson, played basketball at Adrian College from 1995-96...career goal is to be an athletic trainer for a professional sports team...named All-District, All-Conference and All-County MVP in 2009...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers, Florida Gators and FC Barcelona...favorite athletes are Tim Tebow, Thierry Henry and Iker Casillas... favorite movies are Big Daddy, Bring It On and School of Rock...favorite musicians are Lil’ Wayne, Every Avenue and The Fray.

Kelly Bodnar

#28 - Defense Freshman - 5-4 Harrison Township, Mich. L’Anse Creuse H.S. Personal: Majoring in interior design...born in Cleveland, Ohio on March 5, 1992...daughter of Cory and Tracie Bodnar...attended L’Anse Creuse High School graduating in 2010...earned two varsity letters in soccer...earned Honor Cords in math, spanish, social studies, science and english...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is David Beckham...favorite TV shows are Jersey Shore and Teen Mom...favorite movies are The Harry Potter Series... favorite books are Twilight Saga and Harry Potter...favorite musician is Taylor Swift.

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Emily Klinefelt

#29 - Midfield Freshman - 5-7 Eastpointe, Mich. East Detroit H.S. Personal: Major is undecided... born in Pineville, Louisiana on December 31, 1991...daughter of Randy and Veronica Klinefelt... attended East Detroit High School graduating in 2010... champions of MAC Silver Division in 2006 and 2007 under coach Joe Monteleone...named Most Valuable Player of the MAC Silver in 2008...named First Team All-County and All-District in 2008...named All-County and All-District in 2010...broke high school record for goals scored... named to MAC Silver All-Academic Team all four years... favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers...favorite athlete is Mia Hamm...favorite TV shows are Home Improvement, The Office and Jersey Shore...favorite movies are Wild Hogs and Indian in the Cupboard...favorite book is the Twilight Series...favorite musician is Josh Turner.

Grace Domanski

#30 - Defense Freshman - 5-7 Grand Blanc, Mich. Grand Blanc H.S. Personal: Majoring in chemistry with a minor in french...born in Flint, Michigan on September 15, 1992...daughter of Tim and Pam Domanski...played for coach Arthur Moody on defense at Grand Blanc High School...won a district championship in 2010...crowned Big Nine champs in cross country in 2009...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings... favorite athlete is Wayne Gretzky...favorite TV shows are Pretty Little Liars and House...favorite movie is Gladiator... favorite writer is Jodi Picoult...favorite book is Nineteen Minutes...favorite musician is David Archuleta.

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2009 STATS AND RESULTS 2009 Adrian College Women's Soccer Adrian College Combined Team Statistics (FINAL STATS) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

* * * * * * * * %

Date Sep 1 Sep 4 Sep 5 Sep 9 Sep 12 Sep 13 Sep 16 Sep 21 Sep 26 Sep 30 Oct 3 Oct 6 Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Oct 20 Oct 24 Oct 27 Nov 3

Opponent at Baldwin-Wallace at Earlham College at Anderson University at Siena Heights OHIO WESLEYAN MOUNT UNION COLLEGE HUNTINGTON COLLEGE at Taylor University ELMHURST COLLEGE SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE KALAMAZOO COLLEGE at Hope College at Trine University at Albion College CALVIN COLLEGE ALMA COLLEGE at Olivet College ROCHESTER COLLEGE ALBION COLLEGE

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 GOAL BREAKDOWN Penalty Unassisted Over tim e CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE To t a l Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 11-6-2 6-2 5-4-2 Score 0-1 0-3 7-0 0-3 1-1 1-0 3-0 0-0 2-0 3-0 0-1 2-1 8-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 5-0 0-1

L L W L To2 W W To2 W W L W W W L W W W Lot

HOME 6-3-1 2-2 4-1-1

Att. 221 100 150 100 75 90 88 80 102 87 79 100 35 54 221 101 75 55 205

ADRIAN

OPP

37-236 1.95 .157 134-236 .568 12.4

13-229 0.68 .057 117-229 .511 12.1

0 6 0 84 0-0 40

0 5 1 95 0-0 7

2 0

3 0

1103 10/110 0/0

915 9/102

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5 20 6 14 9 4 15 22 10 12 8 16 13 21 7 25 23 18 19 17 24 11 3 2

Player

Lindsay Chitwood Samantha Bono Sarah Evans Lauren Cozzi Tessa Kellar Melissa Rederstorf Courtney Pomeroy Patti Vaassen Sarah Muylle Melonie Rederstorf Brittany Moreau Sabrina Fortney Kate Gladieux Sam Greene Bethany Cousino Emily Wyse Katie Caruso Kelsey MacKenzie Hilary Hannigan Amelia Kern Melissa Woolsey Emily Low Jen Kelly Kellie Irwin Total Opponents

## Goalie

1 Chayna Wallace 00 Steffeny Burns

Total Opponents

AWAY 5-3-1 4-0 1-3-1

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a pts sh 19 11 8 30 60 19 6 3 15 46 19 4 6 14 24 19 3 4 10 21 19 2 3 7 12 19 2 2 6 6 16 2 1 5 9 13 1 3 5 3 19 1 1 3 11 18 1 0 2 7 14 1 0 2 6 17 1 0 2 3 7 1 0 2 2 11 1 0 2 1 4 0 1 1 6 1 0 1 1 1 18 0 0 0 12 4 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 19 37 33 107 236 19 13 10 36 229 GP 5 19 19 19

Min. GA 159:08 1 1599:56 12 1759:04 13 1759:04 37

sh%

.183 .130 .167 .143 .167 .333 .222 .333 .091 .143 .167 .333 .500

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .157 .057

sog sog% gw pk-att

34 .567 6 25 .543 1 12 .500 0 9 .429 1 9 .750 1 5 .833 0 6 .667 1 1 .333 0 6 .545 0 5 .714 0 4 .667 1 3 1.000 0 2 1.000 0 1 1.000 0 3 .500 0 0 .000 0 6 .500 0 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 134 .568 11 117 .511 6

GAAvg Saves

0.57 0.68 0.67 1.89

11 89 104 97

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 37 13

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 236 229

Saves by Period Adrian College Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 104 97

Corners by Period Adrian College Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 84 95

Fouls by Period Adrian College Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 138 144

Goals by Period Adrian College Opponents Shots by Period Adrian College Opponents

22 4

15 8

122 108 109 113 48 52 31 43 56 67

54 43 53 50 80 69

0 1 4 5 1 1 0 2 1 4

0 0 2 2 1 1

0 0

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Pct

W-L-T

.917 0-0-0 .881 11-6-2 .889 11-6-2 .724 6-11-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Sho

0.0 6.0 10 7

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ADRIAN COLLEGE

ADRIAN COLLEGE INFORMATION

Adrian College evolved from a theological institute founded by the Wesleyan Methodist denomination at Leoni, Michigan, a small town east of Jackson, in 1845. In 1855 this institute united with the Leoni Seminary, a Methodist Protestant institution, to establish Michigan Union College. Legend states that members of the College became concerned about the environment at Leoni, which was nicknamed “Whiskey Town.” In 1859, this concern and other circumstances made it advisable to relocate or close. In the same year, Dr. Asa Mahan, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Adrian and a well-known educator, was encouraged by citizens of the community to establish a college. Mahan had served as the first president of Oberlin College and, before that, as an officer of Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Mahan and his colleagues invited the officials and supporters of the closing Michigan Union College to join in establishing the new college at Adrian. After the invitation was accepted, the story says, the library holdings were loaded on an ox-cart in March 1859, and transported 60 miles to the new campus site on the west side of Adrian. On March 28, 1859, Adrian College was chartered by the Michigan legislature as a degreegranting institution with Dr. Mahan as its first president. Through a series of consolidations and denomination unifications, the College has maintained its relationship with The United Methodist Church.

For almost 100 years, the campus consisted of several brick buildings stretching along Madison Street. Most of today’s campus was woods and fields. In the mid-1950s, the College, encouraged by the generosity of Ray W. Herrick, embarked in a building program that established the basis for the current campus. Today, when students walk in the area bounded on the east by Madison Street and edged by Downs Hall, Valade Hall, Cornelius House and Herrick Tower, they tread on the same ground that students hurried across in 1859 as they rushed to classes, meals and social events. Now, however, the campus consists of 100 acres, over 20 academic and service buildings and 10 residence halls, plus apartments and themed housing.

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ADRIAN COLLEGE NAMED MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOL Adrian College is pleased to announce that it is included in this year’s version of G.I. Jobs 2011 list of Military Friendly Schools. The list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools which are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. “Adrian College is honored to be selected as a Military Friendly School,” said Dr. Jeffrey Docking, president of Adrian College. “While our efforts to assist veterans are small compared to their efforts to defend our country, we appreciate being recognized as a college that believes in patriotism and service to our country.” Schools on the list range from state universities and private colleges to community colleges and trade schools. The common bond is their shared priority of recruiting students with military experience.

QUICK FACTS

Facilities: Twenty-one buildings including residence halls that feature voice mail, internet and cable TV access in all student rooms; a 24-hour student center; a planetarium; an observatory; the Merillat Sport & Fitness Center; multi-sport performance stadium; Arrington Ice Arena, and Shipman Library. Student/faculty ratio: 13:1 Faculty: The faculty is dedicated to teaching excellence, and 88 percent hold the highest degree in their field.

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JEFFREY R. DOCKING PRESIDENT OF ADRIAN COLLEGE

ADRIAN COLLEGE INFORMATION

“Great things are happening here, and I would love for you to become a part of it. I am a firm believer that small liberal arts colleges like this one offer the best undergraduate education available and we at Adrian are determined to achieve excellence in this endeavor.

QUICK FACTS

Financial aid: More than 85 percent of students receive some form of financial aid of scholarships, loans, grants, and work study programs, or a combination of these. Extracurricular: Over 60 clubs and organizations and activities, including: theatre, music, performance groups, intramural athletics, student government, publications, sororities and fraternities, religious groups and honorary societies.

I invite you to discover more about what can happen for you here. Learn about our small classes, about our devoted faculty who put students first, and about our dedication to helping you prepare for success. This is a place where you will discover your potential, and where you will leave your personal mark. If you become involved in all that Adrian has to offer, I am convinced that you will not only acquire the knowledge and skills for success well beyond college, but you will also find these next four years to be the most enjoyable and gratifying in your life.” Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking, 17th president of Adrian College, earned a doctorate in social ethics from Boston University, a Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. He became president July 2005. Before coming to Adrian, he held positions at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Penn., most recently as vice president and special assistant to the president, and as vice president of student affairs and dean of student affairs. He also has experience teaching and working in residence life. He and his wife Elizabeth have four children.

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MIAA & TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Standings Calvin Adrian Alma Kalamazoo Hope Albion Saint Mary’s Olivet Trine

W 7 6 5 5 4 4 1 1 0

League (Final) L T Pts GF 1 0 21 20 2 0 18 18 2 1 16 18 2 1 16 17 3 1 13 11 3 1 13 16 6 1 4 12 6 1 4 6 8 0 0 2

GA 3 4 7 8 7 6 20 21 44

Overall (Final) W L T GF 16 5 1 48 11 6 2 37 9 7 3 42 8 6 5 29 8 9 1 27 9 5 6 28 4 13 2 24 5 11 2 18 0 18 0 9

GA 12 13 24 26 32 15 45 35 87

2009 MIAA Honors

Most Valuable Player Emily Ottenhoff, Calvin (senior from Palos Heights, Ill./Chicago Christian HS) All-MIAA First Team Lindsay Chitwood, Adrian * (senior from St. Clair Shores, Mich./Lakeview HS) Carly Prins, Calvin *** (junior from Hudsonville, Mich./Unity Christian HS) Kellie Irwin, Adrian * (sophomore from Kentwood, Mich./East Kentwood HS) Caitlin Bowman, Albion **** (senior from Augusta, Mich./Kalamazoo Hackett HS) Kelley Walsh, Alma ** (senior from Linden, Mich./Fenton HS) Maya Smolcic, Kalamazoo * (freshman from Troy, Mich./Troy HS) Chelsea Gray, Albion *** (senior from Midland, Mich./Dow HS) Allison Meurer, Alma * (sophomore from Holland, Mich./Zeeland West HS) Allison Boender, Calvin ** (senior from Grandville, Mich./Calvin Christian HS) Emily Ottenhoff, Calvin ** (senior from Palos Heights, Ill./Chicago Christian HS) Cara Underwood, Olivet * (junior from Holland, Mich./Holland HS) Ali Oatley, Albion **** (senior from Ann Arbor, Mich./Huron HS) * denotes years All-MIAA First Team All-MIAA Second Team Anja Burk, Kalamazoo (senior from Saline, Mich./Saline HS) Jackie Short, Kalamazoo (freshman from Troy, Mich./Athens HS) Tara Fitzsimmons, Alma (senior from Marshall, Mich./Marshall HS) Tricia Bajema, Hope (freshman from Grandville, Mich./Grandville HS) Lauren Cozzi, Adrian (freshman from Roselle, Ill./St. Viator HS) C.J. McCarthy, Kalamazoo (freshman from Ada, Mich./Forest Hills Eastern HS) Kellie Honderd, Calvin (junior from Hudsonville, Mich./Unity Christian HS) Steffeny Burns, Adrian (sophomore from Trenton, Mich./Trenton HS) Brittany Dulyea, Alma (freshman from Kentwood, Mich./East Kentwood HS) Courtney Cook, Hope (junior from Grand Rapids, Mich./Forest Hills Central HS) Jessica Slean, Saint Mary’s (senior from Allison Park, Pa./Deer Lakes HS) Kelsey Bos, Hope (junior from Holland, Mich./Holland HS) Year-by-Year Records League Year W L T GF GA Pl. W 1989 1 5 0 11 32 6th 3 1990 3 3 0 18 7 4th 7 1991 4 7 1 21 33 5th 5 1992 5 6 1 24 24 5th 8 1993 4 7 1 17 28 5th 6 1994 0 11 1 2 52 7th 1 1995 1 11 0 2 47 6th 1 1996 0 12 0 0 54 7th 1 1997 0 12 0 6 76 7th 1 1998 1 7 0 4 60 8th 2 1999 1 5 2 4 23 7th 7 2000 0 14 0 6 49 8th 3 2001 0 14 0 8 85 8th 3 2002 6 7 1 21 21 4th 13 2003 0 13 1 4 63 8th 1 2004 0 15 1 4 63 9th 1 2005 3 13 0 9 61 8th 3 2006 3 5 1 7 13 6th 5 2007 2 7 0 12 28 7th 5 2008 4 4 2 13 13 5th 10 2009 6 2 0 18 4 2nd 11

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Overall L T GF GA 14 0 40 80 8 0 36 34 12 1 26 62 9 2 37 36 13 1 32 61 15 2 7 63 17 0 2 73 18 0 9 72 15 0 11 88 18 0 14 136 9 2 21 37 17 0 17 57 17 0 23 102 7 0 28 23 18 1 14 85 18 1 6 66 17 0 12 83 13 1 12 34 12 1 21 41 6 3 30 22 6 2 37 13

Coach Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Roger Fechner Kevin Lanning Kevin Lanning Kevin Lanning George Hageage George Hageage Dan Pozdol Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Rick Gutierrez Jenny Lafferty Jenny Jorgensen Ali Alamdari Ali Alamdari

2009 Player of the Week Honor Roll Offensive Player Week #1 - Tricia Bajema, Hope Week #2 - Ali Oatley, Albion Week #3 - Lizzy Julian, Olivet Week #4 - Lindsay Chitwood, Adrian Week #5 - Julia Schroeder, Kalamazoo Week #6 - Allison Meurer, Alma Week #7 - Kelley Walsh, Alma Week #8 - Emily Gray, Kalamazoo Week #9 - Elaine Cunningham, Alma Week #10 - C.J. McCarthy, Kalamazoo Defensive Player Week #1 - Caitlin Bowman, Albion Week #2 - Megan Colby, Olivet Week #3 - Chelsea Smith, Kalamazoo Week #4 - Steffeny Burns, Adrian Week #5 - Chelsea Gray, Albion Week #6 - Melissa Rederstorf, Adrian Week #7 - Anja Burk, Kalamazoo Week #8 - Kellie Irwin, Adrian Week #9 - Caitlin Bowman, Albion Week #10 - Stephanie Beattie, Albion 2009 MIAA Women’s Soccer Tournament First Round Albion 0, Alma 0 (Albion advances 3-2 in shootout) Kalamazoo 1, Hope 0 Semifinals Kalamazoo 0, Calvin 0 (Kalamazoo advances 3-1 in shootout) Albion 1, Adrian 0 (OT) Championship Albion 0, Kalamazoo 0 (Albion wins 5-4 in shootout) All-MIAA Honorees First Team 1990 Amy Buchanan 1990 Krissy Czech 1991 Erin Roe 1992 Krissy Czech 1993 Amy Buchanan 1994 Emmy Heiby 1995 Wendy Warner 1997 Carrie Meyer 2000 Sarah Moulik 2002 Sarah Moulik 2005 Leah James 2009 Lindsay Chitwood 2009 Kellie Irwin

Second Team 1990 Juliet Tropea 1991 Amy Buchanan 1992 Juliet Tropea 1993 Amie Gutierrez 1994 Wendy Warner 1995 Carrie Meyer 1997 Christine Calnin 1999 Sarah Moulik 2002 Julie Herbert 2004 Leah James 2006 Lindsay Chitwood 2007 Lindsay Chitwood 2008 Lindsay Chitwood 2008 Sabrina Fortney 2009 Lauren Cozzi 2009 Steffeny Burns

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