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ALABAMA SOCCER 2010 MEDIA GUIDE

TABLE OF CONTENTS THIS IS ALABAMA SOCCER Quick Facts Media Information President Dr. Robert E. Witt The University of Alabama Athletics Director Mal Moore Senior Support Staff Alabama Soccer Stadium A Day in the Life Academic and Athletic Excellence In the Community The Southeastern Conference Compliance

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2010 CRIMSON TIDE 2010 Preview 2010 Rosters Player Bios

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach Todd Bramble Assistant Coach Tatum Clowney Assistant Coach Jason Lowe Support Staff

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2009 REVIEW 2009 Statistics 2009 Box Scores

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RECORDS AND HISTORY Individual & Team Records Stadium and Attendance Records All-Time Series vs. Opponents Year-by-Year Results All-Time Roster

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Date Aug. 9 Aug. 14 Aug. 20 Aug. 22 Aug. 28 Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 29 Nov. 3

Opponent Tennessee Tech (exhibition) vs. Mercer (exhibition) Samford at Alabama-Birmingham Furman Chattanooga at Memphis Middle Tennessee State Texas Tech Mississippi Mississippi State at LSU at Arkansas Florida South Carolina at Kentucky at Vanderbilt Georgia at Tennessee at Auburn SEC Tournament

Location Chattanooga, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Baton Rouge, La. Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Lexington, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Knoxville, Tenn. Auburn, Ala. Orange Beach, Ala.

Time TBA 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA

2010 ROSTER No. 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 25 27 28 31 44 56 99

Name Laura Nicholls Shanna Brooks Justine Bernier Katie Woolbright Kelly King K.K. Duffy Kendall Khanna Kylee Brown Ellie Smith Josie Rix Amanda Ortegon Megan Petersen Rosaly Petriello Brooke Rogers Lindsey Sillers Kaitlyn Smith Carly Mygrants Ariel Amijo Hailey Hull Meghan Duffy Kelsey Breaugh Ashley Willis Tia King Victoria Frederick Shannon Lathrop Veronika Wolfkeil Jewelia Strickland Lauren Ruta Emily Cox Theresa Diederich Molly Atherton Courtney Pixler

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

Ht. 5-8 5-5 5-10 5-10 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-8

Class. Jr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Fr. RS-Fr. Fr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr. Soph. Soph. RS-Jr. Fr. Sr. Soph. RS-Fr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (Last School) Franklin, Tenn. (Father Ryan) Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain) Oakville, Ontario (St. Ignatius) Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro) Lake Norman, N.C. (Lake Norman) Atlanta, Ga. (Clemson) Littleton, Colo. (J.K. Mullen) Salt Lake City, Utah (Juan Diego Catholic) Miami, Fla. (Bradenton Preparatory Academy) Signal Mountain, Tenn. (Girls Preparatory) McAllen, Texas (McAllen Memorial) Vista, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista) St. Catharines, Ontario (Holy Cross Secondary) Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) Birmingham, Ala. (Briarwood Christian School) Franklin, Tenn. (Fr.anklin Road Academy) Dayton, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Littleton, Colo. (J.K. Mullen) Brentwood, Tenn. (Ravenwood) Atlanta, Ga. (Clemson) White Lake, Mich. (Walled Lake Northern) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cornonado) Mooresville, N.C. (Lake Norman) Huntsville, Ala. (Huntsville) Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain) Niceville, Fla. (Niceville) Fayetteville, Ga. (Whitewater) West Windsor, N.J. (W. Windsor-Plainsboro South) Decatur, Ga. (St. Pius X Catholic) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Episcopal) Gulfport, Miss. (Gulfport) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake)

CREDITS The 2010 University of Alabama Soccer Media Guide was produced by the staff of the UA Athletics Media Relations Office. The publication was written and edited by Skip Powers. Special editing credits to Carly Mygrants and Alex Thompson. Photography by UA Athletics Director of Photography Kent Gidley and his student assistants. Special thanks to the Crimson Tide coaching staff and Buddy Overstreet for the cover and page designs. Copyright 2010 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama. “Roll Tide”, “Crimson Tide”, “Bama” and the primary and secondary logos are registered trademarks of The University of Alabama.

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MEDIA INFORMATION ALABAMA MEDIA RELATIONS The Alabama Athletic Media Relations Office is located on the ground level of Coleman Coliseum, Room 170. MEDIA SERVICES/CREDENTIALS Members of the media are supplied with up-to-date release packages which can be obtained from the official UA website www.rolltide.com or in the Media Relations Office. The release contains updated statistics, season results and notes. Pre-match notes and media guides are available before all home matches at the University of Alabama Soccer Stadium. Coach Todd Bramble and Alabama’s players are available for interviews about 15-20 minutes after most matches. TELEPHONE/FAX SERVICES The University of Alabama Soccer Stadium is equipped with a phone at the field at 205.348.5078. Special requests for a private line should be made at least two weeks in advance of the match. PRACTICE SCHEDULE Practice times are Tuesday through Friday from 8-10 a.m. Mondays are off days for the soccer team. INTERVIEWS Player and coach interviews must be arranged through Skip Powers in the Media Relations Office at 205.348.6734. The soccer team practices at the Alabama Soccer Stadium located adjacent to the Student Recreation Center, on the corner of Campus Drive and Fifth Avenue. Players are available immediately following practice. SATELLITE FEEDS/TELEVISION The University of Alabama, through the Crimson Tide Sports Network, offers a weekly 15-minute satellite feed consisting of interviews with coaches and athletes, taped video highlights and narrated tape packages from September through May. Occasionally, the soccer team will be featured in these packages. Please call the Media Relations Office for more details. During the fall, the soccer team’s progress will be covered each week on “Crimson Tide This Week,” a 30-minute regional sports show. Tom Roberts is the Crimson Tide Sports Network’s contact for video and satellite feeds. INTERNET Information about University of Alabama athletics can be found at the Athletic Department’s Website, www.rolltide.com.

THE STAFF Head Coach Todd Bramble Alma Mater Mercer, 1995 UA Record (years) 15-20-3 (3rd) Overall Record (years) 95-71-20 (10th) Office Phone 205-348-0143 E-mail Address tbramble@ia.ua.edu

Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone E-mail Address Years at UA

Tatum Clowney Clemson, 2002 205-348-0144 tclowney@ia.ua.edu Third season

Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone E-mail Address: Years at UA

Jason Lowe Wake Forest, 1998 205-348-6240 jlowe@ia.ua.edu Second season

Adminstrative Assistant Sherry Selby E-mail Address sselby@ia.ua.edu

SOCCER MEDIA CONTACT Skip Powers Cell Phone: 205.246-7834 Office Phone: 205.348.6734 Office FAX: 205.348.8841 E-mail: spowers@ia.ua.edu

Soccer FAX

205.348.5388

Soccer Mailing Address: Alabama Soccer P.O. Box 870393 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0393

2010 QUICK FACTS Location Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment 28,807 Founded April 12, 1831 Conference Southeastern (West) Colors Crimson and White Nickname Crimson Tide Stadium Alabama Soccer Stadium Athletics Website www.rolltide.com President Dr. Robert E. Witt Faculty Athletics Representative Joe Hornsby Athletic Director Mal Moore Senior Associate Athletic Director Finus Gaston Associate AD/Media Relations Doug Walker

2009 Record 6-11-1 (2-8-1 SEC) 2009 Postseason N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost 16/3 Starters Returning/Lost 8/3 Newcomers 11

Soccer Overnight Shipping Address: Alabama Soccer Coleman Coliseum 323 Bryant Drive Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

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THE U N I V E R S I T Y

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The University of Alabama perennially ranks among the top 50 public universities in the nation in U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings and ranked 43rd among public universities in the 2010 rankings. UA’s latest college rankings include: * The School of Law is ranked 38th among all law schools in the nation, spring 2010. * The School of Library and Information Studies is ranked 22nd nationally, spring 2009. * The School of Social Work’s graduate program is ranked 28th among social work programs at public universities and 42nd when both public and private institutions are included, spring 2008. * The undergraduate business program is ranked 35th among public undergraduate business schools and 57th when private universities are included, fall 2009

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* Enrollment at The University of Alabama reached a record high of 28,807 for fall 2009. The entering freshman class, at 5,207 students, is the largest in UA history and includes more than 1,173 students who had a 4.0 or higher high school grade point average. * The University of Alabama’s fall 2009 freshman class ranks 10th in the nation among public universities in the enrollment of National Merit Scholars, up from 11th in 2008. * The University of Alabama has produced a total of 15 Rhodes Scholars. And, in the past two decades, we’ve produced 30 Goldwater Scholars, 19 Hollings Scholars, 7 Truman Scholars, two Javits Fellows, one Udall Scholar and one Portz Scholar. * Participation in original research and creative activities is becoming a hallmark of the undergraduate experience at The University of Alabama. More than 250 undergraduates showcased their research and creative activity projects at UA’s spring 2010 “Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference.” * The University of Alabama has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service. The Community Service Honor Roll is the highest federal recognition a school can achieve for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. * The University of Alabama has been selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for its 2008 Community Engagement Classification. The designation recognizes UA as one of the nation’s premiere institutions in community outreach and scholarship, and it underscores UA’s commitment to apply its resources and expertise to address critical community needs. * The University of Alabama has been engaged in an aggressive program to upgrade and expand facilities, opening 40 new facilities, including 10 new residence halls, two new dining halls, and four new academic buildings, since January 2003. * The public relations program at The University of Alabama is ranked second in the nation according to new rankings produced and published in PRWeek Magazine. UA is the highest ranked university that offers both graduate and undergraduate programs. * The University of Alabama led the nation with a record 10 students named to USA Today’s 2010 All-USA College Academic Team. UA has had great success in placing students on this national team that honors the “best of the best” undergraduate academic all-stars from across the nation, having placed 46 students on the team since 2003. In addition to this year, UA also had the most students on the list in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009 and tied for the top spot in 2007.

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The University of Alabama’s Director of Athletics since 1999, Mal Moore has made an indelible mark on one of the nation’s most storied athletic programs, leading a department that has enjoyed tremendous success athletically and academically and has undergone an unprecedented period of growth during his tenure. Through his guidance, Alabama’s athletic department remains focused on his vision of having all Crimson Tide athletic teams and student-athletes competitive at the highest level nationally while continuing to elevate athletic facilities at the Capstone to premier status nationally for all sports. During his tenure as Director of Athletics, Moore has overseen more than $200 million of capital improvements to University of Alabama athletic facilities. Those projects have encompassed the entire scope of all Crimson Tide athletic programs and have benefitted every Alabama studentathlete, coach, and administrator. Throughout his multi-faceted career, Moore has worked with a diversified field of constituents, from fellow coaches and former players, to fans and the business community. All of those experiences and relationships - in addition to his ability to unify those many constituents - have made him the ideal person to lead Alabama athletics in the 21st century. His leadership has been crucial in helping guide Alabama through a period that has been, at times, extremely challenging. His guidance and effort helped Alabama athletics weather the storm, while continuing to move in a positive direction toward a future that holds great promise. Moore’s dedication to and love of the University of Alabama was recognized on March 28, 2007, when as a permanent tribute to his life-long contribution to The University of Alabama, the Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama officially dedicated the facility formerly known as The Football Building as the Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility.

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Under Moore’s direction, Alabama’s athletic teams have produced two national championships, the 2009 football title and the 2002 NCAA gymnastics championship, as well as several Southeastern Conference championships, winning titles in football, gymnastics, men’s basketball, women’s golf, men’s golf, men’s cross country, baseball and softball; taking SEC tournament titles in both baseball and softball. Alabama athletes have earned some of the highest honors the SEC and NCAA have to offer, including SEC Athlete of the Year, SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, NCAA Top VIII, NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and NCAA Sportsperson of the Year. These honors are over and above the individual conference and national titles that Alabama athletes continue to bring home to the Capstone on a regular basis. In addition to making his mark on Alabama, Moore has also had a national impact as a key member of several prestigious NCAA and college football committees. Moore has served on the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, the SEC Athletic Directors Bowl Advisory Committee and the Big Six Conferences Minority Coaches Forum. Moore’s distinguished record of service to UA began more than 50 years ago when he joined the Crimson Tide football squad as a scholarship player for Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant from 1958-62. Moore has the distinction of being a part of eight national championship teams (1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992 and 2009) with the first coming as a player, the next six during his coaching career and the last during his tenure as director of athletics. As a player and coach, he was also part of 14 SEC championships, and 27 bowl trips. He is the only individual connected with the Tide program to be a part of eight national championships. During a coaching career that spanned 31 years, Moore spent 22 of those at Alabama with stops at Montana State, Notre Dame and the NFL’s St. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals. At Alabama, Moore started as

a graduate assistant to head coach Bear Bryant in 1964, then as defensive backfield coach from 1965-70 before becoming quarterbacks coach from 1971-82 and serving as the Tide’s first offensive coordinator starting in 1975. He coordinated all of the offensive plays for four national championship teams (1973, 1978, 1979 and 1992. A 1963 graduate of The University of Alabama, Moore holds both an undergraduate degree in Sociology and a 1964 Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from the Capstone. Moore was born December 19, 1939, in Dozier, Ala. He and the late Mrs. Charlotte Moore have one daughter, Mrs. Steve (Heather) Cook of Scottsdale, Ariz., a granddaughter, Anna Lee, and a grandson, Charles Cannon.


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The Alabama Soccer Complex will have a fresh look in 2010 to enhance the game-day experience for the fans and the players. In addition to new signage and graphics throughout the stadium and team room, the featured addition is a new high definition scoreboard that will be unlike any other in the SEC. The scoreboard will allow fans to view player introductions, in game replays and customized video productions as they cheer on the Crimson Tide.

The University of Alabama soccer field was the first home of UA soccer and it saw its first action on Oct. 2, 1994, as Alabama played Furman. UA earned its first victory on its home pitch on Oct. 22, 1994 against UNC Charlotte. The Tide moved into the complex in 2004 and it now hosts 1,500 fans. The Tide has compiled a 103-53-10 overall record on campus and a 30-26-3 ledger since playing at the Alabama Soccer Complex. Alabama has only had three losing seasons on its home turf and posted nine wins in on the field in 1996 and a perfect 6-0 mark twice. In 2008 the Tide opened the season with a school record six straight shutout victories. Alabama has posted five or more wins on campus on 14 different occasions.

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SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

ACADEMIC HONOREES

Alabama soccer student-athletes who have been named Academic AllAmerica, all-district, all-region and allSEC

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 2007 2002 2001

Kailey Corken (Third Team) Katie Holtzapfel (Second Team) Kim Zarzour (First Team) Kim Zarzour (First Team)

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2007 2005 2004 2003

2002

Kailey Corken (First Team) Libby Probst (Second Team) Leigh Alexander (Third Team) Allison DeLisle (First Team) Katie French (Third Team) Katie French (First Team) Lauren Imwalle (First Team) Katie Holtzapfel (Second Team) Dawn Nash (Second Team) Dawn Nash (First Team) Katie French (Second Team)

NSCAA ACADEMIC ALL-REGION 2009

1998

Alex Butera (Third Team) Victoria Frederick (Third Team) Grace Lawson (Third Team) Brooke Rogers (Third Team) Christine Miller (First Team)

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2003

Justine Bernier, Alex Butera, Victoria Frederick, Hailey Hull, Kelsey King, Shannon Lathrop, Grace Lawson, Carly Mygrants, Laura Nicholls, Brooke Rogers, Lauren Ruta, Kelly King. Alex Butera, Kailey Corken Jessica Deegan, Victoria Frederick, Kara Gudmens, Hailey Hull, Cara Kelly, Kelsey King, Karen Lansden, Grace Lawson, Carly Mygrants, Callie Pike, Colleen Posey, Brooke Rogers, Ashley Scheidt. Alex Butera, Ann B. Collins, Kailey Corken, Jessica Deegan, Kara Gudmens, Cara Kelly, Kelsey King, Karen Lansden, Hayley MacDonald, Jordan O’Banion, Callie Pike, Colleen Posey, Jamie Zimmerman. Suzanne Baker, Alex Butera, Courtney Casto, Annie B. Collins, Kailey Corken, Jessie Deegan, Kara Gudmens, Gillian Kilburn, Brittni Lally, Karen Landsen, Haley MacDonald, Jordan O’Banion, Coleen Posey. Leigh Alexander, Susie Beard, Allison DeLisle, Hayley MacDonald, Cally Morrill, Jordan O’Banion, Libby Probst. Leigh Alexander, Rebecca Baker, Jeannette Browning, Carly Carson, Allison DeLisle, Katie French, Cally Morrill, Libby Probst. Rebecca Baker, Caroline Bolz, Jeannette Browning, Carly Carson, Jiselle Decker, Katie French, Katie Holtzafpel, Lauren Imwalle, Elizabeth Jannik,

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Laura Lowman, Dawn Nash, Katie Nirider, Kim Zarzour. Rebecca Baker, Dawn Battle, Caroline Bolz, Jeannette Browning, Jiselle Decker, Michele Evans, Katie French, Katie Holtzapfel, Lauren Imwalle, Elizabeth Jannik, Missy Keller, Courtney McCotter, Kristen McRee, Melissa Montgomery, Erin Mosely, Kathleen Motheral, Dawn Nash, Katie Nirider, Ellen Sanders, Danielle Watson, Kim Zarzour. Michele Evans, Amanda Lewis, Kathleen Motheral, Ellen Sanders, Danielle Watson, Kim Zarzour. LaTonda Eubanks, Michele Evans, Amanda Lewis, Kathleen Motheral, Kim Zarzour. Tiffany Carle, LaTonda Eubanks, Kathleen Motheral, Martha Mouring, Tracey Timmerman. Tiffany Carle, Leah Formby, Christine Miller, Martha Mouring, Nellie O’Connor, Tricia Pappalardo, Laura Reddin, Latonda Eubanks. Nellie Barnes, Jennifer Carle, Cari Higgins, Nicole Lees, Amy Lerche, Christine Miller, Nellie O’Connor, Laura Reddin, Carrie Warner, Angela Young. Jennifer Carle, Jill Davis, Leah Formby, Cari Higgins, Nicole Lees, Amy Lerche, Christine Miller, Nellie O’Connor, Amy Pseja, Angela Young. Jennifer Carle, Cari Higgins, Amy Lerche, Amy Pseja. Cindy Blevins, Gena Jones, Amy Lerche, Jennifer Piasky, Amy Pseja.

SEC FRESHMAN HONOR ROLL 2008 2007

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Shannon Lathrop, Chloe Estephan. Sydney Barker, Victoria Frederick, Hailey Hull, Carly Mygrants, Callie O’Steen, Brooke Rogers, Molly Wittig Annie B. Collins, Kailey Corken, Jessie Deegan, Kara Gudmens, Brittni Lally, Karen Lansden, Callie Pike, Colleen Posey. Susie Beard, Rayme Hubbard, Hayley MacDonald, Jordan O’Banion.

“Our players have established a tradition of excelling in the classroom. We can guarantee academic success here with the resources that are available to the student-athletes and with the way we approach the recruiting process. We are committed to bringing in not just great soccer players, but great students as well. We want well-rounded young ladies in our program. The resources at Bryant Hall for the student-athletes are first class. From the beginning everything is in place to ensure they get off to a good start. Then every step of the way they get assistance with personal growth and development in and out of the classroom all the way to graduation and beyond.” TODD BRAMBLE

ALABAMA HEAD COACH

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ALL-SEC 2009 2008 2004 2003 2002 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Justine Bernier (Second Team) Brooke Rogers (Second Team) Libby Probst (Second Team) Lauren Imwalle (Second Team) Missy Keller (Second Team) Missy Keller (Second Team) Rachel Brown (First Team) Rachel Brown (First Team) Tiffany Carle (Second Team) Ashley Kirkland (First Team) Carrie Warner (First Team) Amy Pseja (First Team) Ashley Kirkland (Second Team) Taylor Eubank (Second Team) Amy Pseja (Second Team) Taylor Eubank (First Team) Amy Pseja (First Team)

ATHLETIC HONOREES

Alabama soccer student-athletes who have been recognized by the SEC and other organizations for their efforts on the pitch. NSCAA ALL-CENTRAL REGION 1998

SEC ALL-TOURNAMENT

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1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

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Dawn Battle, Rachel Brown Ashley Kirkland, Nellie Barnes Ashley Kirkland Taylor Eubank, Nikki Kubiszyn, Christine Miller Taylor Eubank, Amy Pseja

SEC ALL-FRESHMAN 2007 2005 2004 2003

Justine Bernier, Victoria Frederick Kara Gudmens, Colleen Posey Jordan O’Banion, Chelsea Stang Gillian Kilburn

SEC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2008 2005 2004 2002 1999 1998 1997 1995

Victoria Frederick Libby Probst Kylie Boyd, Gillian Kilburn Laura Lowman Danielle Watson Tiffany Carle Carrie Warner Amy Pseja

SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2009 2008 2007

Justine Bernier Kara Gudmens Justine Bernier

SEC COACH OF THE YEAR 1998 1995

Don Staley Don Staley

Dawn Battle, D (Second Team) Rachel Brown, G (Second Team) Melissa McGee, F (Second Team) Tiffany Carle, M (Third Team) Christine Miller, M (Third Team) Ashley Kirkland, F (First Team) Nellie Barnes, D (Third Team) Nellie Barnes, D (Third Team) Amy Pseja, G (Third Team)

SOCCER REGION 2002 1998

1997 1996

BUZZ

ALL-SOUTHEAST

Missy Keller, D (Third Team) TiffanyCarle, M (First Team) Dawn Battle, D (Second Team) Rachel Brown, G (Second Team) Ashley Kirkland, F (Second Team) Nellie Barnes, D (Third Team) Amy Pseja, D (Third Team)

SOCCER BUZZ FRESHMEN AMERICAN 1998

Rachel Brown, G (First Team) Dawn Battle, D (Second Team)

SOCCER BUZZ CENTRAL REGION 1998

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ALL-FRESHMEN

Dawn Battle, D Rachel Brown, G

SOCCER BUZZ REGION FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1998

Rachel Brown, G

SOCCER BUZZ NATIONAL ELITE TEAM OF THE WEEK 2007 2005 2002 2001 1999

Justine Bernier, GK Libby Probst, F Laura Lowman, G Danielle Watson, F Danielle Watson, F

SOCCER AMERICA NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2005

Libby Probst, F

SOCCER AMERICA GOALKEEPER OF THE WEEK SEC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

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TOP DRAWER SOCCER NATIONAL TEAM OF THE YEAR

Libby Probst

H. BOYD MCWHORTER SEC POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 2004

Lauren Imwalle

2006 2005

Justine Bernier, GK

Kara Gudmens Libby Probst (Third Team)

PAUL W. BRYANT AWARD 1999

Martha Mouring

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IN THE COMMUNITY The Crimson Tide’s volunteer activities include ... đƫ! ƫ.+//ƫ)!.% đƫ%.(ƫ+10/ƫ+"ƫ1/(++/ đƫ!(5ƫ+.ƫ %"! đƫ !/0ƫ ()ƫ ++ ƫ *'ƫ **! ƫ Food Drive đƫ!0ƫ11.*ƫ!0ƫ1*#!. “Not only does our team reap the benefits of being actively involved, but we are often granted the chance to show a young impressionable mind what the University of Alabama has to offer. While we came here to be a part of a soccer team, through services to our local supporters, we have all become proud members of a community.” - Brooke Rogers

SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE TEAM

The Crimson Tide soccer team regularly gives back to the city of Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas through various community service programs. Alabama student-athletes take time out of their hectic schedules to read to children, speak at local churches or to just stop by a hospital to brighten the day of patients.

"Alabama soccer has made a conscious effort to always maintain a special dedication to serving our community and supporters as much as possible. We greatly value the time that we have to spend with programs in our community that include local schools, Girl Scouts and youth sports organizations, as well as state and nationwide fundraisers.” BROOKE ROGERS

ALABAMA SENIOR FORWARD

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Every year the SEC recognizes outstanding student-athletes for their volunteer work in the community. The Crimson Tide has had seven student-athletes spotlighted for their service. 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1998

Brooke Rogers Karen Lansden Hayley MacDonald Kailey Corken Katie French Caroline Bolz Katie French Katie French Christine Miller


The Southeastern Conference’s sustained growth, combined with increasing exposure on the national and regional scene, has SEC women's soccer looking to blossom to new heights in 2010 and well beyond. The Southeastern Conference has continued its rise as one of the top conferences in women's soccer. The 2009 women's soccer season reaffirmed the SEC's prominence in the country. Six teams from the SEC (South Carolina, Florida, LSU, Georgia, Auburn and Mississippi) were invited to the NCAA Tournament, marking the 13th time in the last 14 years that at least two league schools have made the 64-team ďŹ eld. The six teams combined for a record of 5-6 with South Carolina advancing to the third round. The SEC now has a 49-58-9 (.477) NCAA Tournament record in 116 games. SEC women's soccer will begin its 18th season in 2010 deeply rooted in the national scene of collegiate soccer. Since the SEC initiated women's soccer as a varsity sport in 1993, the sport's popularity has grown through the country and especially in the Southeast. A deďŹ ning point in the SEC's women's soccer success came in 1995 when FOX Sports South televised the SEC Tournament Championship match between Alabama and Kentucky, the ďŹ rst appearance of an SEC women's soccer match on television. Southeastern Conference women's soccer continued to grow over the next several years as the conference made a name for itself nationally. In 1998, the SEC had a breakout season with Florida winning the conference's ďŹ rst NCAA title in women's soccer in just the program's fourth year of existence. The league led the nation with six NCAA Tournament teams that year, an accomplishment which ďŹ rmly inserted the SEC as one the major conferences in women's soccer. The SEC also made bigger strides in its television coverage with three regular season matches and the SEC Tournament championship match shown live on the SEC-TV package. In 2003, the SEC Soccer Tournament moved to a neutral site in Orange Beach, Alabama, signifying the growth of the sport’s popularity. In 2006, SEC-TV's women's soccer coverage was increased to four regularseason matches, in addition to the SEC Tournament championship match. In 2010 Alabama will be featured on television twice with a home contest against Florida on Oct. 8 and a road match at Tennessee on Oct. 24. The Tide played three matches that were televised in 2009.

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The Alabama soccer team enters the third season under head coach Todd Bramble as another young squad looks to take to the pitch in Tuscaloosa in 2010. Last season the Crimson Tide sported nine underclassmen in the starting lineup at various times, including six freshmen. This fall it looks to be much of the same as Bramble welcomes 11 newcomers to the fold, including nine freshmen in what is truly the manager’s first full recruiting class. “This recruiting class is really the first group that we have been able to start on the level playing field with everyone around the country,” Bramble said. “We are particularly excited about this group coming in. We have high hopes and expectations for this recruiting class to start the process of putting Alabama soccer on the map.” With a younger group, leadership will play a vital role to the success of the Crimson Tide in 2010. Alabama returns 16 letterwinners with nine of which being upperclassmen. Of the nine upperclassmen returning, five are seniors. In the group of seniors, Victoria Frederick, Brooke Rogers and Rosaly Petriello enter with the most minutes played. “The leadership has been great for us in all the areas, including the classroom, the community and certainly on the field,” Bramble said. “We have a good group of leaders in our upperclassmen and it’s going to play an essential role into our success this season and beyond.” 25 25 5


2008 All-SEC second-team selection Brooke Rogers looks to solidify the middle of the attack for the Crimson Tide in 2010. Rogers enters the campaign with eight career goals scored.

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Alabama enters the 2010 campaign looking to improve on its goal-scoring and will feature an exciting group up front this fall. The Crimson Tide only found the back of the net 14 times over the course of the season and buried only three goals during Southeastern Conference play but with the influx of new talent and another year under Bramble, Alabama looks to constantly keep the pressure up on the other third of the field this season. “This class does bring in a few attacking personalities that will be able to help us on the attacking end of the field,” Bramble explained. “We are going to try to implement a possession oriented attacking brand of soccer. In the past we have had to be a little more conservative and more defensive.” Formation changes may be in store for the Tide as well as the manager may play three forwards up top this season to not only help the attack in the middle of the field but better utilize the speed near the sidelines. “We found a home for Victoria Frederick to play outside on the right,” Bramble said. “She had a great spring out there so we look for her to have a big senior year.” In the middle Bramble can look to another senior in 2008 All-SEC second-team selection Brooke Rogers. The senior will look to lead a group that consists of sophomore Lindsey Sillers and newcomers Ellie Smith and Kendall Khanna, according to Bramble. Outside on the left a pair of sophomores may be called upon to seal the attack. Kaitlyn Smith, who played and started in all 18 games, may move up front while Amanda Ortegon will be looked upon for her attacking presence as well. Ortegon played in all 18 games as well and started in five. FORWARDS PLAYER

HT

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Kylee Brown

5-5

Fr-RS

Did see playing time as a true freshman. Prepped at Juan Diego Catholic in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Victoria Frederick

5-7

Sr.-3L

Led the team in points with 10 and paced the club with four goals. Played and started in 17 games.

Kendall Khanna

5-7

Fr.-HS

Prepped at J.K. Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo., and helped lead the team to a state title in 2007.

Amanda Ortegon

5-4

Soph.-1L

Played in all 18 games and earned five starts as a true freshman. Tallied three points on a goal and an assist.

Brooke Rogers

5-5

Sr.-3L

Tallied four points on two goals and started in 12 of the 18 games. Paced the team with 29 shots.

Lindsey Sillers

5-6

Soph.-1L

Played in seven games as a true freshman. Handed out one assist.

Ellie Smith

5-5

Fr.-HS

Was an early enrollee at Alabama as she participated in the sping season. Comes from Miami, Fla.

Kaitlyn Smith

5-8

Soph.-1L

Earned the start in all 18 games as a true freshman. Tallied three points on one goal and an assist.

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With her great vision and knack for cashing in on set pieces, Rosaly Petriello is poised to cap off her career at the Capstone on a high note.

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The success of the Crimson Tide attack may lie upon the shoulders of senior Rosaly Petriello. The creative center-mid has been a threat to not just distribute the ball efficiently but pepper the goal from distance as well with her lethal left foot. As a junior she paced the team with three assists and added two goals. “Rosie is going to play a key role for us in the middle of the midfield,” Bramble said. “We are not sure if we are going to deploy her at a more attacking midfield position or on the defensive end but we will see in the preseason. We will also be looking for some younger players to contribute there right away as well.” Bramble mentioned the likes of freshmen Theresa Diederich and Molly Atherton to bring their attacking personalities to the attacking side of the midfield as fellow newcomer Ariel Armijo will find time on the defensive end. Smith joined the Crimson Tide in time to participate in spring matches while Atherton scored over 100 goals in her prep career. Amijo comes to Tuscaloosa with high school teammate Kendall Khanna from J.K. Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo.

MIDFIELD PLAYER

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Ariel Amijo Molly Atherton Theresa Diederich

5-8 5-5 5-6

Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Comes to Tuscaloosa from J.K. Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo. Teammate of Kendall Khanna. Finished her high school career with 107 goals and 47 assists. Led Gulfport to the 2008 state title. Prepped at Episcopal High School in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., where she tallied 99 goals and dished out 79 assists.

Kelly King Tia King Shannon Lathrop Rosaly Petriello Josie Rix

5-4 5-3 5-7 5-6 5-8

Sr.-3L Soph.-1L Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Soph..-1L

Played in 11 games after coming back from injury and scored a goal. Started in three matches. Played in 17 of Alabama’s 18 games as a true freshman. Handed out one assist on the season. Played in 15 games and earned a start in nine matches. Fired six shots on the season. Was tied for second on the team with seven points. Scored two goals and led the team with three assists. Played in all 18 games as a true freshman and earned 11 starts. Logged more than 1,000 minutes on the pitch.

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Redshirt junior Carly Mygrants returns to the pitch as she missed the entire 2009 campaign due to injury.

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Over the last two seasons the defense has been one of the strong points under Bramble and this season looks to be even better despite some questions that need to be answered in the preseason. Lost to graduation is Alex Butera, who started 17 games in the middle of the backline but with the influx of some young talent and some transfers, Bramble’s defensive unit looks to be a stalwart once again. “Coming out of the spring we feel pretty comfortable about K.K. Duffy and Ashley Willis after her big freshmen campaign,” Bramble said. “The big questions are who will emerge this preseason to be paired with K.K. in the center and who will win the right back position.” Willis started in all 18 games as a true freshman and led all position players in minutes played while Duffy comes to the Capstone after playing two seasons at Clemson. Alabama does return Carly Mygrants, who missed the entire 2009 season due to injury. In 2008 Mygrants played in all 20 games and made 17 starts in the backfield. Also in the mix is the sister of K.K., Meghan Duffy, who played with her sister at Clemson last season. Bramble also mentioned the presence of freshman Courtney Pixler. The Sammamish, Wash., native was named an ESPN Rise All-American. Veronika Wolfkeil also played a key role on the defensive unit last season as the competition for the back four could be the most contested of camp. DEFENSE PLAYER

HT

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NOTES

Kelsey Breaugh K.K. Duffy Meghan Duffy Hailey Hull Carly Mygrants Courtney Pixler Megan Petersen Lauren Ruta Jewelia Strickland Ash;ey Willis Veronika Wolfkeil Katie Woolbright

5-7 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-10

Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Soph.-TR Sr.-3L RS-Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Soph.-1L Soph.-HS Fr.-HS Soph.-1L Jr.-2L Soph.-1L

Served as team captain and was an all-conference pick at Walled Lake Northern High School. Comes to Alabama after being a mainstay in the center of the Clemson defense. Handed out an assist. Joins her sister from Clemson. Played in three games as a true freshman for the Tigers. Played in three games and logged 37 minutes. First appearance came at Texas Tech. Missed the entire 2009 season. Started 17 games as a sophomore in 2008. Earned ESPN Rise All-American honors in 2008 and 2009 at Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Wash. Played in 17 games and earned six starts as a true freshman. Tallied six shots on the year. Tallied 18 goals and 40 assists in her career at West Windsor-Plainsboro South High School in West Windsor, N.J. Was a four-year starter at Whitewater High School. Helped lead her team to a 2007 state title. Started in all 18 games as a true freshman and led all position players in minutes played. Started in all 18 games and was second to Ashley Willis in minutes played. Played in nine games as a true freshman. Logged 153 minutes on the pitch.

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Justine Bernier returned from international duty and proved to be one of the top net-minders in the SEC in 2009. For her efforts she was named All-SEC.

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The last line of defense for the Crimson Tide may sport arguably the best goalkeeper in the conference in junior Justine Bernier. The Canadian international returned to Alabama after taking a year off to participate in the U-20 World Cup and posted a stellar season which was rewarded with being named to the All-SEC second-team. Behind Bernier, Alabama welcomes back Laura Nicholls, who now has a full season under her belt with the Crimson Tide. Bramble also brought in two new freshmen keepers to make for a more competitive atmosphere. “We want both Justine and Laura to be pushed as competition will bring out the best in everybody,” Bramble said. “So having two young hungry goalkeepers come in here that are talented will keep everyone on their toes. With Laura having the good spring that she had it only makes this group stronger.” Joining the Tide this season is Shanna Brooks and Emily Cox. Brooks comes to the Capstone from Oak Mountain High School in nearby Birmingham where she earned all-state honors. Cox hails from Decatur, Ga., and posted 74 wins in her prep career in between the pipes.

GOALKEEPERS PLAYER

HT

CL-EXP

NOTES

Justine Bernier

5-10

Jr.-1L

Was named to the All-SEC second-team. Paced the conference in saves per game (6.44) and was second in total saves (116).

Shanna Brooks

5-5

Fr.-HS

Prepped at nearby Oak Mountain High School where she was named to the all-state second-team.

Emily Cox

5-6

Fr.-HS

Started all four years in goal for St. Pius X Catholic. Recorded a 74-9-3 record in goal over four years.

Laura Nicholls

5-8

Jr.-HS

Was a three-time letterwinner at Father Ryan High School in Franklin, Tenn.

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2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL

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Alabama head coach Todd Bramble enters the 2010 campaign with his largest squad since taking over the program in 2008. 32 players will wear the crimson and white this season as 21 of the 32 are underclassmen. The roster is comprised of talent from 14 different states and a Canadian province. Alabama returns 16 letterwinners with eight of which who started the majority of the contests from a team that went 6-11-1 in 2009. All-SEC second-team goalkeeper Justine Bernier returns for her junior season. The net-minder led the conference in saves per game (6.44) and ranked second in total stops (116). Alabama’s fleet-footed forward Victoria Frederick looks to cap off her career in a big way as 2010 will be her last at the Capstone. As a junior she paced the team in scoring with 10 points on a team-best four goals while chipping in two assists. The Tide returns 79 percent of its goal scoring, which includes the return of Rosaly Petriello and Brooke Rogers. On the defensive side of the ball the Tide welcomes Clemson defector K.K. Duffy to the fold. Duffy played two seasons for the Tigers and brings with her, her younger sister Meghan. The two have already gotten acclimated to the team and style of play as they came to campus in time for the spring season. After a stellar freshman season Ashley Willis returns. She led all position players in minutes played and started all 18 contests as a rookie. Carly Mygrants also returns after missing the entire 2009 campaign to injury. Veronika Wolfkeil started 18 games on the backline last season as well. Alabama will play another challenging schedule in 2010. The schedule features a total of 18 regular season games, including 10 that will be played at the Alabama Soccer Stadium and seven fixtures against teams that participated in the 2009 NCAA Tournament. The official campaign will begin with an in-state matchup against Samford. The two teams will square off on Friday, Aug. 20 in Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide will then head to Birmingham to play nearby UAB on Sunday, Aug. 22.

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2010 ROSTERS CLASS OF THE TIDE

2010 ROSTERS

NUMERICAL No. Name 00 Laura Nicholls 0 Shanna Brooks 1 Justine Bernier 2 Katie Woolbright 3 Kelly King 4 K.K. Duffy 5 Kendall Khanna 6 Kylee Brown 7 Ellie Smith 8 Josie Rix 9 Amanda Ortegon 10 Megan Petersen 11 Rosaly Petriello 12 Brooke Rogers 13 Lindsey Sillers 14 Kaitlyn Smith 15 Carly Mygrants 16 Ariel Amijo 17 Hailey Hull 18 Meghan Duffy 19 Kelsey Breaugh 20 Ashley Willis 21 Tia King 22 Victoria Frederick 23 Shannon Lathrop 25 Veronika Wolfkeil 27 Jewelia Strickland 28 Lauren Ruta 31 Emily Cox 44 Theresa Diederich 56 Molly Atherton 99 Courtney Pixler

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

Ht. 5-8 5-5 5-10 5-10 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-8

Class. Jr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Fr. RS-Fr. Fr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr. Soph. Soph. Jr. Fr. Sr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (High School) Franklin, Tenn. (Father Ryan) Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain) Oakville, Ontario (St. Ignatius) Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro) Lake Norman, N.C. (Lake Norman) Atlanta, Ga. (Clemson) Littleton, Colo. (J.K. Mullen) Salt Lake City, Utah (Juan Diego Catholic) Miami, Fla. (Bradenton Preparatory Academy) Signal Mountain, Tenn. (Girls Preparatory) McAllen, Texas (McAllen Memorial) Vista, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista) St. Catharines, Ontario (Holy Cross Secondary) Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) Birmingham, Ala. (Briarwood Christian School) Franklin, Tenn. (Fr.anklin Road Academy) Dayton, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Littleton, Colo. (J.K. Mullen) Brentwood, Tenn. (Ravenwood) Atlanta, Ga. (Clemson) White Lake, Mich. (Walled Lake Northern) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cornonado) Mooresville, N.C. (Lake Norman) Huntsville, Ala. (Huntsville) Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain) Niceville, Fla. (Niceville) Fayetteville, Ga. (Whitewater) West Windsor, N.J. (W. Windsor-Plainsboro South) Decatur, Ga. (St. Pius X Catholic) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Episcopal) Gulfport, Miss. (Gulfport) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake)

ALPHABETICAL No. Name Ariel Amijo 16 56 Molly Atherton 1 Justine Bernier 19 Kelsey Breaugh 0 Shanna Brooks 6 Kylee Brown 31 Emily Cox 44 Theresa Diederich 4 K.K. Duffy 18 Meghan Duffy 22 Victoria Frederick 17 Hailey Hull 5 Kendall Khanna 3 Kelly King 21 Tia King 23 Shannon Lathrop 15 Carly Mygrants 00 Laura Nicholls 9 Amanda Ortegon 10 Megan Petersen 11 Rosaly Petriello 99 Courtney Pixler 8 Josie Rix 12 Brooke Rogers 28 Lauren Ruta 13 Lindsey Sillers 7 Ellie Smith 14 Kaitlyn Smith 27 Jewelia Strickland 20 Ashley Willis 25 Veronika Wolfkeil 2 Katie Woolbright

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

Ht. 5-8 5-5 5-10 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-3 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-10

Class. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Fr. Soph. Sr. Soph. Soph. Fr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Jr. Soph.

Hometown (High School) Littleton, Colo. (J.K. Mullen) Gulfport, Miss. (Gulfport) Oakville, Ontario (St. Ignatius) White Lake, Mich. (Walled Lake Northern) Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain) Salt Lake City, Utah (Juan Diego Catholic) Decatur, Ga. (St. Pius X Catholic) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Episcopal) Atlanta, Ga. (Clemson) Atlanta, Ga. (Clemson) Huntsville, Ala. (Huntsville) Brentwood, Tenn. (Ravenwood) Littleton, Colo. (J.K. Mullen) Lake Norman, N.C. (Lake Norman) Mooresville, N.C. (Lake Norman) Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain) Dayton, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) Franklin, Tenn. (Father Ryan) McAllen, Texas (McAllen Memorial) Vista, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista) St. Catharines, Ontario (Holy Cross Secondary) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake) Signal Mountain, Tenn. (Girls Preparatory) Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) West Windsor, N.J. (W. Windsor-Plainsboro South) Birmingham, Ala. (Briarwood Christian School) Miami, Fla. (Bradenton Preparatory Academy) Franklin, Tenn. (Fr.anklin Road Academy) Fayetteville, Ga. (Whitewater) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cornonado) Niceville, Fla. (Niceville) Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro)

COACHES Todd Bramble - Head Coach Tatum Clowney - Assistant Coach Jason Lowe - Assistant Coach

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SENIORS (5) Victoria Frederick Hailey Hull Kelly King Rosaly Petriello Brooke Rogers JUNIORS (6) Justine Bernier K.K. Duffy Shannon Lathrop Carly Mygrants Laura Nicholls Veronika Wolfkeil SOPHOMORES (10) Meghan Duffy Tia King Amanda Ortegon Megan Petersen Josie Rix Lauren Ruta Lindsey Sillers Kaitlyn Smith Ashley Willis Katie Woolbright FRESHMEN (11) Ariel Amijo Molly Atherton Kelsey Breaugh Shanna Brooks Kylee Brown Emily Cox Theresa Diederich Kendall Khanna Courtney Pixler Ellie Smith Jewelia Strickland

FROM ACROSS NORTH AMERICA ALABAMA (4) Shanna Brooks Victoria Frederick Shannon Lathrop Lindsey Sillers GEORGIA (4) Emily Cox K.K. Duffy Meghan Duffy Jewelia Strickland

ONTARIO (2) Justine Bernier Rosaly Petriello NORTH CAROLINA (2) Kelly King Tia King OHIO (2) Carly Mygrants Brooke Rogers CALIFORNIA (2) Megan Petersen Katie Woolbright MICHIGAN (1) Kelsey Breaugh

TENNESSEE (4) Hailey Hull Laura Nicholls Josie Rix Kaitlyn Smith

UTAH (1) Kylee Brown

FLORIDA (3) Theresa Diederich Ellie Smith Veronika Wolfkeil

NEW JERSEY (1) Lauren Ruta

COLORADO (3) Ariel Amijo Kendall Khanna Ashley Willis

TEXAS (1) Amanda Ortegon

WASHINGTON (1) Courntey Pixler MISSISSIPPI (1) Molly Atherton


slate against Kentucky in 2-0 win (Oct. 16) ... made a season-high 11 saves in the season finale at Mississippi (Nov. 1) ... led the team with 1014:16 minutes played during SEC action ... posted a 1.42 goals against average and tallied 83 saves. 2008 (SOPHOMORE): Took the season off at Alabama to play for Team Canada at the U-20 World Cup in Chile. 2007 (FRESHMAN): Was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... rewrote the Alabama record books with 145 saves which ranks first all-time in the UA single-season annals and fourth all-time in the SEC ... ranked 10th in the nation in saves with 145, 11th in the nation in saves per game with 7.63 and 48th in save percentage with an .838 ledger ... set a UA Soccer Complex record with 16 saves against Tennessee on Oct. 25 ... that single game total also tied for the 24th most saves in a single contest in the nation ... was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week, garnered Soccer Buzz Team of the Week honors and was named Soccer America Goalkeeper of the Week for her efforts against Vanderbilt and Kentucky ... played 210 minutes in those two contests and allowed two goals and made 13 saves in the back-to-back games ... started and played in 19 games as a true freshman ... logged 1,644:25 minutes in between the pipes ... allowed 28 goals for a 1.53 goals against average ... tallied an 8-10-1 record in net and recorded five shutouts ... recorded five or more saves on 16 occasions and over 10 saves four times ... first career collegiate appearance was at Duquesne where she tallied a shutout and recorded eight saves in a 1-0 victory on Sept. 2 ... blanked Mercer on the road in another 1-0

2009 (SOPHOMORE): Was named to the All-SEC second team ... led the SEC in saves per game (6.44) and ranked second in total saves (116) ... her 116 saves were tied for the fourth most in school history in a single season ... started and played in all 18 games, recording all 1,664:14 minutes in goal ... posted a 1.41 goals against average, allowing 26 goals ... had nine games in which she allowed one goal or less, posting four shutouts on the season ... recorded eight or more saves on nine different occasions, including three instances of 10 or more stops ... was named to the Red Raider Classic all-tournament team after she allowed just one goal in 199 minutes of action, including a shutout in the championship game against TCU ... tallied 10 stops and did not allow a goal for the entire 110 minutes against Arkansas (Oct. 4) ... recorded a clean

Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 19 DNP 18 37

victory for her second shutout on Sept. 9 ... had back-to-back shutouts against Southern Miss and Mississippi Valley State on Sept. 21 and 23, respectively ... first career SEC victory came against Kentucky where she made 13 stops in a 2-1 win on Sept. 30 ... blanked Arkansas for her eighth victory of the season on Oct. 12 ... tallied 13 saves in a 1-1 tie against Vanderbilt on Sept. 28 ... recorded 11 stops against LSU on Oct. 14 ... played and started in all 11 SEC games ... logged 1,020 minutes during SEC play ... allowed 21 goals for a 2.04 goals against average ... made 94 saves and had one shutout during the SEC slate ... is a member of the U-20 Canadian national team that won the CONCACAF team title and qualified for the U-20 World Cup in Chile. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended St. Ignatius of Loyola High in Oakville, Ontario ... played for the Toronto Lady Lynx in the W-League for coach Danny Stewart ... played for the Canadian National Team (U-18, U-17, and U-16) ... played for the Ontario provincial U-21 team ... was named the W-League Goalkeeper of the Year in 2006 ... was an All W-League honoree in 2006 ... was named to the All W-League Eastern Conference Team ... named the Lady Lynx Rookie of the Year ... provincial U-21 team was League Cup champions ... was a member of the Ontario provincial National All-Star team ... U-17 and U-21 Ontario Cup finalist ... gold medalist at the U-16 national all-stars in 2005 ... born March 20, 1989 ... daughter of Chris and Kim Bernier ... has one brother, Kristopher, and one sister, Danielle ... sister Danielle played for the Crimson Tide in 2007 ... also played ice hockey and basketball in high school and was the team captain for both squads.

Minutes 1644:25

GA 28

GaAvg 1.53

Saves 145

Save% .838

W 8

L 10

T 1

Sho 5

1664:14 3308:39

26 54

1.41 1.47

116 261

.817 .829

6 14

11 21

1 2

4 9

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2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER A RPROFILES 2009 (JUNIOR): Was named to the NSCAA All-South Region Scholar Team ... was named to the Red Raider Classic All-Tournament team ... started and played in 17 matches ... logged 1399 minutes... led the team with 10 points on four goals and two assists ... her four goals paced the team and her two helpers ranked second on the squad ... fired off 23 shots and put 11 on frame ... logged 90 or more minutes on six different occasions ... recorded one game-winning goal ... tallied first assist of the season in the 2-1 win over Jacksonville State on Aug. 30 ... had a career match by recording seven points on a hat trick and one assist in a 5-1 win over South Alabama (Sept. 6) ... scored her fourth goal of the season in a 2-1 win over Texas Tech on Sept 18 ... played and started in 10 conference matches ... logged 776 minutes during SEC play ... rallied off eight shots and put two on frame during league action.

Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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GP 18 20 17 55

G 5 3 4 12

A 3 4 2 9

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Was named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll … played in 20 games and made 20 starts as a sophomore … logged 1,540 minutes … led the team with 21 shots on goal … ranked second on the squad with 42 shots taken … scored her first goal of the year in the season opener against Memphis on Aug. 29 … followed that up with the game-winning goal against Jacksonville State on Aug. 31 where she also assisted on two goals for a season-high four points … was named the SEC Offensive Player of the week for her efforts in the opening weekend … had one assist in SEC action in a 3-1 win over Arkansas on Oct. 10 … was one of four players to lead the team with four assists … tied for third on the team with 10 points … her three goals were tied for third most on the team … played in all 12 SEC contests making 11 starts … assisted Alabama’s only goal against Southern California on Sept. 7 … Alabama went 3-1-1 when she scored a point and 2-0-1 when scoring a goal … played a career-high 106 minutes against Wright State on Sept. 14 and played 90 or more minutes on six different occasions. 2007 (FRESHMAN): Was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... was named to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll ... played in 18 games and made 11 starts as a true freshman ... tied for the team lead in points with 13 ... tied for the team lead in goals with five ... logged 941 minutes ... led the team with 32 shots ... started the first career game she ever played in at Robert Morris on Aug. 31 ... got on the score sheet by netting two goals in a 9-0 victory against Alabama State on Sept. 19 ... tallied a goal and two assists in a 5-0 win against Mississippi Valley State on Sept.

Pts 13 10 10 33

Shots 32 42 23 97

Shot% .156 .071 .174 .124

SOG 17 21 11 49

23 ... scored the equalizing goal in a 1-1 draw against Vanderbilt on Sept. 28 ... recorded an assist in a 2-1 loss against LSU on Oct. 14 ... scored her first career SEC goal at Georgia on Oct. 28 ... played in all 11 SEC contests making seven starts ... was second on the team with five points on two goals and one assist during league play ... tallied a team-high 16 shots during conference games. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Played at Huntsville High School in Huntsville, Ala., where she played for coach Henry Mpagi ... was the Gatorade High School Player of the Year for Alabama ... Birmingham News Player of the Year ... led HHS to a 5A State title in 2005 ... was named to the Birmingham News 5A All-State team in 2005 and 2006 ... was named to the Birmingham News 6A All-State team in 2007 ... was selected to the Super All-State team in 2005 and 2006 ... first-team All-Metro in 2005 and 2006 ... first-team AllCity in 2005 and 2006 ... school record holder for goals in a season with 48 ... was named Most Valuable Offensive Player in 2006 and 2007 ... was an ODP national camp participant ... made the ODP Region III team in 2007 ... played for the Vestavia Attack coached by Jason Lockhart ... helped lead Vestavia to a state title in 2005 and 2006 ... born June 23, 1989 ... daughter of Paul and Harriet Frederick ... has two brothers, John and Adam ... member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society ... both parents are University of Alabama graduates.

SOG% .531 .500 .478 .505

GW 1 1 1 3

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Aug. 31 ... earned her first career start against Alabama State on Sept. 19 ... logged a seasonhigh 57 minutes against Alabama State. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended Ravenwood School in Brentwood, Tenn. ... was a four-year varsity starter at Ravenwood ... was named all-district, allregion, first-team all-state and Regional Defensive MVP in 2006 ... was the team captain in 2006 ... was named to the all-region and all-district teams in 2005 ... was a member of the all-district team in 2004 ... played for the Brentwood United club team for coaches Brandon Moses and Jenger Parrish ... was a team captain for BU ... born May 16, 1989 ... daughter of Steve and Jennifer Hull. 2009 (JUNIOR): Played in three matches... logged 37 minutes ... made her first appearance of the season at Texas Tech (Sept. 18) ... played a season-high 25 minutes at Florida (Oct. 9) ... had 11 minutes of action at Georgia (Oct. 22). 2008 (SOPHOMORE): Named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll … played in two games as a sophomore … logged 53 minutes in Alabama’s Sept. 7 match with Southern California. 2007 (FRESHMAN): Played in four games and earned one start ... logged 87 minutes on the season ... in games played the Crimson Tide out-scored its opponents 20-1 ... earned her first career playing time at Robert Morris on

Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 4 2 3 9

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0 0

Shot% .000 .000 .000 .000

SOG 0 0 0 0

SOG% .000 .000 .000 .000

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER A RPROFILES against Auburn where she saw 45 minutes of playing time … finished the year with one shot attempted. 2007 (FRESHMAN): Was one of three Crimson Tide players to participate in all 20 games ... earned one start as a true freshman ... tallied six points on two goals and two assists ... recorded 12 shots on the season ... logged 753 minutes ... recorded her first career goal on a penalty kick against Alabama State on Sept. 19 ... handed out her first career assist the next game against Southern Mississippi on Sept. 21 ... scored her first career conference goal at Mississippi State on Oct. 5 ... played in all 11 SEC contests ... recorded one goal and one assist during league play ... fired eight shots during that span. 2009 (JUNIOR): Played in 11 games and started in three ... logged 510 minutes ... scored her first goal of the season, the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win against Mississippi State on Sept. 29 ... ended the season with eight shots and two shots on goal ... netted one goal to total two points on the season ... finished the season with a season-best 77 minutes played at Mississippi (Nov. 1) ... played in all 11 league games, earning three starts ... was one of only three Tide players to record a goal during SEC play.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended Lake Norman High School in Lake Norman, N.C., where she played for coach Dane Perry ... was a three-time all-conference honoree in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... a threetime all-region selection in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... played for the Greensboro Twisters for coaches Chris Brewer and Rich Winslow ... played on the North Carolina select ODP team for coach John Cullen ... was a member of the Charlotte Soccer Club that won the N.C. state championship ... was born on July 27, 1989 ... daughter of Wes and Maria King.

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Played in two games as a sophomore ... logged 67 minutes … saw action in SEC contests against Auburn on Oct. 31 and Florida on Nov. 5 … took a shot on goal

Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

40

GP 20 2 11 33

G 2 0 1 3

A 2 0 0 2

Pts 6 0 2 8

Shots 12 1 8 21

Shot% .167 .000 .125 .143

SOG 6 1 2 9

SOG% .500 1.000 .250 .429

GW 0 0 1 1

PK-Att 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1


HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Lake Norman High School in Mooresville, North Carolina ... played midfield for the Greensboro Twisters under Mike Thorn ... was a North Carolina ODP starting midfielder from 2003-08 ... was on the 2005 Region Pool ... a 2008 Regional ODP Pool invitee ... also played for BUSA where the team earned back-to-back state titles ... an all-conference and all-region selection and an all-state selection in senior year for Lake Norman ... was named the Lake Norman High MVP in 2009 … daughter of Wes and Maria King ... sister Kelly currently plays for the Crimson Tide soccer team ... was also recruited by Auburn and Charlotte.

2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in 17 games and started in two contests ... logged 589 minutes ... was one of six players to tie for third on the team with one assist ... had one assist in the 5-1 win over South Alabama on Sept. 6 ... scored one point on the season from her one assist ... ended the year with eight shots and three shots on goal ... made her collegiate debut against Alabama-Birmingham in the season opener (Aug. 21) ... earned her first collegiate start at Jacksonville State (Aug. 30) ... played a season-high 56 minutes in the start against the Gamecocks ... earned one start and played in 10 conference games ... logged 311 minutes during conference action.

Season 2009 TOTAL

GP 17 17

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 8 8

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 3 3

SOG% .375 .375

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

41


2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER A RPROFILES her first career goal against Mississippi on Oct. 5 … scored one goal and had one assist to total three points on the year … played in eight SEC contests … finished the year with 11 shots and four shots on goal … played a career-best 68 minutes against Samford on Sept. 12. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Oak Mountain High School in Birmingham, Ala. ... played midfield for coach Kelly Christoffer ... was a first-team all-metro selection in 2008 ... was a second-team allstate selection in 2008 ... was named the Offensive MVP in 2007 and 2008 ... earned the Leadership Award in 2008 ... earned 2004 Gatorade Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman in 2004 ... played club soccer for coach Eric Dade of the Birmingham United Soccer Association ... helped BUSA earn the Alabama state title nine times ... led BUSA to the Region 3 quarterfinals in 2007 and the Region 3 semifinals in 2008 ... born January 8, 1990 ... daughter of George and Mary Lathrop ... has two brothers, Billy and Matthew ... has a sister, Erin.

2009 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 15 games and earned nine starts ... logged 707 minutes ... ended the season with six shots and put two shots on goal ... opened her sophomore campaign by playing 40 minutes at Jacksonville State (Aug. 30) ... earned her first start of the season against South Alabama (Sept. 6) ... posted a season-best two shots against Arkansas (Oct. 4) ... started in six of the 10 conference matches ... logged 431 minutes during SEC play ... fired off four shots and put one on frame during league action. 2008 (FRESHMAN): Played in 16 games and made three starts as a true freshman … logged 563 minutes … played her first career game against Memphis on Aug. 29 where she assisted the Tide’s only goal in the 1-1 tie … scored

Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

42

GP 16 15 31

G 1 0 1

A 1 0 1

Pts 3 0 3

Shots 11 6 17

Shot% .091 .000 .059

SOG 4 2 6

SOG% .364 .333 .353

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0


Jacksonville State to just eight shots on Aug. 31 in a shutout win … held Mississippi Valley State to just four shots on Sept. 21 and held Mississippi State to just 10 shots on Oct. 3 … played 90 or more minutes on seven different occasions including a career-best 110 twice against Memphis on Aug. 29 and at Tennessee on Oct. 23. 2007 (FRESHMAN): Played in 17 games and earned one start as a true freshman ... tallied 11 points on five goals and one assist ... her five goals paced the team and her 11 points ranked second on the squad ... logged 355 minutes on the year ... tallied 15 shots and led the team with a .333 shot percentage ... recorded two game-winning goals ... recorded the gamewinner for her first career goal in a 3-1 win at Robert Morris ... tallied seven points in one contest with a hat-trick and an assist in a 9-0 victory against Alabama State ... her only start of the season came against Alabama State ... the next game she scored in a 3-0 win against Southern Mississippi on Sept. 21 ... took a season-high nine shots against Alabama State ... played a season-high 70 minutes against Alabama State ... in games she played the Crimson Tide outscored its opposition 33-24 ... played in nine SEC games ... took one shot during league play.

2009 (JUNIOR): Missed the entire season due to injury. 2008 (SOPHOMORE): Named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll … played in 20 games and made 17 starts as a member of the Alabama defense … logged 1,401 minutes … helped Alabama record eight shutouts for the season, which tied for second in the SEC … helped Alabama break its consecutive home shutout record with six … had her first shot on goal against Cal-State Fullerton on Sept. 5 … played in all SEC contests and made 10 starts … never left the field in overtime contests against Memphis and Tennessee that lasted 110 minutes … recorded a shot on goal against Florida in the SEC Tournament on Nov. 5 … finished the year with seven shots … helped hold

Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

GP 17 20 DNP 37

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Archbishop High School in Kettering, Ohio ... played for coach Jason Balogh ... was named an adidas/NSCAA All-American in 2006 ... was named the Dayton DII Player of the Year in 2006 ... was the G.G.C.L. Player of the Year in the Gray Division in 2006 ... was a first-team All-Ohio selection in 2005 and 2006 ... was a first-team All-Greater Cincinnati Girls League selection in 2006 ... was named to the adidas/NSCAA All-Region Team in 2005 and 2006 ... was named the Archbishop HS Team MVP and team captain in 2005 and 2006 ... was the leading scorer for Archbishop in 2005 and 2006 ... played for the Cincinnati United Premier White club team for coach Jim Calder ... led Cincinnati United Premier to a Ohio State title in 2005 ... was Ohio State runner-ups in 2004 ... born June 4, 1988 ... daughter of Thomas and Vickie Mygrants ... has a sister, Alexandra.

G 5 0

A 1 0

Pts 11 0

Shots 15 7

Shot% .333 .000

SOG 9 3

SOG% .600 .429

GW 2 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

5

1

11

22

.227

12

.545

2

0-0

43


2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER A RPROFILES HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at McAllen Memorial High School in South Texas ... has been a key ingredient in the rise of the Lonestars `91 team under the guidance of Coach J.D. Cochran ... was on the 2009 Mexican National Team pool ... was a member of the 2008 Mexican U17 National Team ... was a 2006 US Region III Regional Pool Player ... was on the STYSA State team from 2004-08 ... was a member of the 2008-09 Lonestar ‘91 Girls Red Team Regional Qualifier ... was named the All-Valley Newcomer of the Year … was a four-time All-Valley selection and a first team all-district honoree … also ran track and is a first degree black belt in Tae Kwan Do … daughter of Jorge and Patricia Ortegon ... was also recruited by the University of San Diego, Virginia Tech, University of Houston, St. John’s, Central Florida, Baylor, Rice, and North Carolina-Wilmington.

2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in all 18 games and earned five starts ... logged 757 minutes ... had one goal and one assist to total three points ... was one of six players to tie for third on the team with one assist ... scored her first collegiate goal in game winning fashion in a 2-1 win at Jacksonville State on Aug. 30 to earn her first points of the season ... assisted the Tide’s only goal against Mississippi State on Sept. 29 ... ended the year with a total of 14 shots and three shots on goal ... played in all 11 SEC games and started in four ... played 482 minutes and tallied one point on one assist.

Season 2009 TOTAL

44

GP 18 18

G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts 3 3

Shots 14 14

Shot% .071 .071

SOG 3 3

SOG% .214 .214

GW 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0


HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Rancho Buena Vista High School in Vista, Calif. ... played for San Diego Surf Soccer under coach Ada Greenwood ... was on the Cal South ODP State pool from 2005-2008 ... was on the Cal South ODP State team from 200708 ... helped lead San Diego Surf to the 2007 and 2008 Surf Cup Super Group titles ... was the 2008 Red Bull National League Champions ... was the team captain at Rancho Buena Vista for two seasons ... led her high school team to back-to-back Red Lands championships … led team to a Avocado League title in 2008 and a Palomar league championship in 2009 … was named the North County Times Player of the Week and Month … was a twoyear team captain … daughter of Joe and Shelley Petersen ... also recruited by Northwestern, Purdue and Florida State.

2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in 17 games and earned six starts ... logged 790 minutes ... ended the year with a total of six shots and three shots on goal ... played 90 minutes, her career high, two times ... played 26 minutes for her first collegiate action in the season opener against UAB (Aug. 21) ... earned her first collegiate start at Jacksonville State (Aug. 30) ... played the full 90 minutes at Georgia (Oct. 22) ... played in all 11 conference games, earning five starts ... logged 548 minutes during league action ... tallied four shots and put two on goal.

Season 2009 TOTAL

GP 17 17

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 6 6

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 3 3

SOG% .500 .500

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

45


2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER A RPROFILES 2008 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 19 games and made 18 starts as a sophomore … logged 1,254 minutes … scored her first goal of the year on a penalty kick in a 3-1 win over Arkansas on Oct. 10 … netted the game-winning goal in a 1-0 decision against South Carolina on Oct. 17 with her second SEC goal of the season … scored two goals and had three assists for a total of seven points … played in all SEC contests and made 11 starts… had a season-high two points in matches against Arkansas and South Carolina … racked up a season-high four shots in the SEC Tournament against Florida on Nov. 5 … totaled 33 shots on the season as a member of the Tide midfield … played 90 or more minutes on two different occasions including a career-high 95 minutes at Tennessee on Oct. 23 … Alabama was 4-1 when she tallied a point and 2-0 when she found the back of the net.

2009 (JUNIOR): Played in 14 games and got the starting nod in 13 of them ... logged 961 minutes ... lead the team with three assists and tied for third on the team with two goals to total seven points on the season ... scored her first goal and had her first assist of the season in a 5-1 win against South Alabama on Sept. 6 ... assisted the Tide’s only goal against Memphis on Sept. 13 ... scored her second goal of the season, which was the game winning goal, and her third assist in a 2-0 win over Kentucky on Oct. 16 ... tallied 26 shots with 12 on goal ... logged a season-best 90 minutes at Samford (Aug. 28) ... led the team during league play with three points on a goal and an assist ... played in nine of the 11 conference games and earned the start in eight matches ... logged 640 minutes during league play.

Season 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

46

GP 1 19 19 14 53

G 0 3 2 2 7

2007 (FRESHMAN): Played in 19 games and started in one ... recorded nine points on three goals and three assists ... her nine points and three goals ranked third on the team ... her three assists ranked tied for second on the squad ... tallied 26 shots on the season ... logged 686 minutes at the midfield ... tallied one game winning goal ... ranked eighth in the SEC in shot on goal percentage with a .654 mark ... recorded first career goal against Kennesaw State on Sept. 7 ... scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win at Mercer on Sept. 9 ... scored against Mississippi Valley State on Sept. 23 ... first career assist came in the 90th minute against Kentucky on Sept. 30 to give

A 0 3 3 3 9

Pts 0 9 7 7 23

Shots 0 26 33 26 85

Shot% .000 .115 .061 .077 .082

SOG 0 17 17 12 46

Alabama a 2-1 win ... handed out an assist in a 2-0 win against Arkansas on Oct. 12 ... dished out a helper on the only goal for UA at Georgia on Oct. 28 ... played in all 11 SEC contests and made one start ... lone start of the season came against Mississippi on Oct. 7 ... tallied all three of her assists during league play ... fired off 11 shots during SEC competition ... also played two games in goal ... logged a total of 5:10 minutes in net ... did not allow a goal. 2006 (REDSHIRT): Received a medical redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended Holy Cross Secondary School ... was a three-year team captain at Holy Cross ... led the team in scoring for four seasons ... named the team MVP three seasons ... holds the school record for goals and assists ... named the MVP of her club team St. Catharine’s Jets in 2003, 2004 and 2005 ... earned the OSYL Top Performance Award ... won the Jets Golden Boot award ... born May 3, 1988 ... daughter of Loui and Elvi Petriello ... has two brothers, Nicholas and Joseph ... also competed in basketball, volleyball and hockey.

SOG% .000 .654 .515 .462 .541

GW 0 1 1 1 3

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1


Best of Preps selection ... named to the 2005 All Regional team ... a 2005 TSSA State SemiFinalist ... was the 2006 GPS leading goal scorer ... a 2006 All-Region Team member ... a 2006, 2007 and 2008 TSSA State Quarter Finalist ... was a 2006 U16 D1 State Semi-Finalist ... played club for coach Matt Yelton on the East Ridge Express 91 ... led club squad to 2007 state championship and a 2008 runnerup finish … has served on numerous community service projects ... was recognized by the Daughters of the American Revolution Community Servant Award ... earned the prestigious GPS Battle Award and was the McCallie School Autumn Queen ... daughter of Scott and Cindy Rix ... was also recruited by Indiana, Mississippi, Belmont, Murray State, Georgia Southern and Tennessee Tech. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in all 18 games and started in 11 of them ... logged 1,003 minutes ... ended the year with 11 shots with four shots on goal ... played 90 minutes or more on two occasions with a career-high 110 at Texas Tech on Sept. 18 ... started the first game of the season in her collegiate debut against Alabama-Birmingham (Aug. 21) ... started in five and found time in 11 games during league play. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... played for Coach Dave Barrueta ... was a member of the ODP team for six years ... was a two time Region III ODP team pool player ... was a three time TSCA All-State Team selection ... was a three time

Season 2009 TOTAL

GP 18 18

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 11 11

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 4 4

SOG% .364 .364

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

47


2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER A RPROFILES 2008 (SOPHOMORE): Was named to the AllSEC Second Team … named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll … played in 20 games and made two starts as a sophomore … logged 871 minutes … ranked second on the team with 19 shots on goal … her .633 shots on goal percentage led the squad and ranked ninth in the SEC … netted three goals on the year, all of which came during SEC play … scored her first goal of the season, a game winner, in the SEC opener against Vanderbilt on Sept. 26 and assisted another to total three points in the 2-0 win … found the back of the net against Arkansas and assisted a goal as well in Alabama’s 3-1 win on Oct. 10 … scored the Tide’s only goal against Florida on Oct. 19 … was one of two players to tie for third on the team with three goals … was one of four players to lead the team with four assists ... tied for third on the squad with 10 overall points … played in all SEC contests and made two starts … tallied a season-high three points in contests against Vanderbilt and Arkansas with one goal and one assist in each contest … Alabama was 4-1 when she scored a point and 2-1 when scoring a goal.

2009 (JUNIOR): Was named to the NSCAA All-South Region Scholar Team ... was named to the SEC Community Service team ... played in all 18 games and started in 12 of them ... logged 1,125 minutes ... tallied two goals and totaled four points on the season ... was named to the Red Raider Classic All-Tournament team ... scored her first goal of the season against Memphis on Sept. 13 to earn her first points of the season ... scored her second goal of the season, which was the game winning goal, in a 1-0 win over TCU on Sept. 20 ... ended the year with a total of 29 shots and 13 shots on goal ... played a season high 94 minutes against Texas Tech on Sept. 18 ... played in all 11 SEC games and earned the start in six matches ... logged 631 minutes during league action ... fired off 16 shots and put eight on goal.

Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

48

GP 19 20 18 57

G 3 3 2 8

2007 (FRESHMAN): Was named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... played in 19 games and made nine starts as a true freshman ... tallied eight points on three goals and two assists ... took 26 shots on the season ... logged 780 minutes ... her three goals tied for third on the team ... led the SEC in shot on goal percentage with an .808 ledger ... scored her first career goal in her first colle-

A 2 4 0 6

Pts 8 10 4 22

Shots 26 30 29 85

Shot% .115 .100 .069 .094

SOG 21 19 13 53

giate game at Robert Morris on Aug. 31 ... handed out her first career assist on Sept. 7 against Kennesaw State ... scored against Middle Tennessee on Sept. 14 ... tallied her third goal on the season against Mississippi Valley State on Sept. 23 ... handed out what proved to be the equalizing assist against Vanderbilt on Sept. 28 ... played in all 11 SEC games and made her lone league start in a 2-0 win against Arkansas on Oct. 12 ... tallied 10 shots during conference play ... recorded one point on the assist against Vanderbilt. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Indian Hills High School in Cincinnati, Ohio ... played for coach Amy Dunlap ... was a first-team All-Ohio selection in 2006 ... was a NSCAA Academic All-American in 2006 ... was selected to the NSCAA High School All-Region team in 2004 and 2006 ... was an All-SW Ohio selection in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... was a first-team SWOHSSCA All-City selection in 2006 ... garnered second-team All-Ohio honors in 2004 ... was the Indian Hills High School Player of the Year in 2004 and 2007 ... Indian Hills school record holder in goals with 77 ... played for the Cincinnati United Premier White Club under coach Jason Lockhart ... won the Ohio State championship with C.U.P. ... also ran track ... born May 12, 1989 ... daughter of Scott and Karen Rogers and has two sisters Brittany and Aubrey ... her father, Scott, was drafted by the Indiana Pacers of the NBA.

SOG% .808 .633 .448 .624

GW 0 1 1 2

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


Team selection ... a Briarwood Team MVP... was a 5A State Champion ... named to the All-Metro Team and all-state team ... was named the Briarwood Team MVP Offensive player ... led the team in goals and assists ... daughter of Dr. Michael and Becky Sillers.

2009 ((FRESHMAN): FRESHMAN)): Played y in seven games ga g mes ... logged 115 minutes ... was one of six players to tie for third on the team with one assist ... had one assist and totaled one point on the season ... ended the year with a total of three shots with all three on goal. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Briarwood Christian School in Birmingham, Ala. ... played for Birmingham United under Eric Dade ... was 2007 and 2008 State Champion ... led her team to the 2008 U18 Disney Tournament title ... also led her team to the Region III Premier League Central title ... was a member of the Alabama ODP State Team for five years ... was Region III ODP Pool member ... played midfield in high school ... was a Southern Shootout All-Tournament

Year 2009 TOTAL

GP 7 7

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 3 3

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 3 3

SOG% 1.000 1.000

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

49


2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Franklin Road Academy in Franklin, Tenn., where she played for coach Ken McDonald ... played for coach Brandy Gagliano on the Brentwood Real Madrid Club team ... played under club coach Graham Whitehouse on the SREC Premier Lady Strikers ... Frankling Road Academy was the 2006-07 Tennessee State Champion and was a Region III Regional Quarterfinalist in 2007 ... a four-year member of the Tennessee State ODP team and Region III camp ... was named to the 2007-08 AllMid-state Team in High School ... four-time all-region, all-state, and all-district selection ... was District MVP in 2008 ... a three-time allstate tournament team selection ... was a 2008 State Finalist ... named team captain as a senior in 2008 ... named Offensive Player of the Year ... named team MVP in 2007 and 2008 ... was also an all-district basketball player … daughter of Lynn and Karen Smith ... was also recruited by Belmont, Memphis, Western Kentucky, Louisville, and Vanderbilt.

2009 (FRESHMAN): Played and started in all 18 games ... logged 1,269 minutes ... was one of six players to tie for third on the team with one assist ... was one of two freshmen to play in all 18 games ... scored her first goal of the season in a 2-1 win against Jacksonville State on Aug. 30 to earn her first points of the season ... had her first assist in a 2-1 win over Texas Tech (Sept. 18) ... netted one goal and assisted one other to total three points on the season ... ended the year with a total of 15 shots and four shots on goal ... started and played in all 11 SEC games ... logged 792 minutes during conference matches ... rallied off 11 shots and put two on goal during league play.

Year 2009 TOTAL

50

GP 18 18

G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts 3 3

Shots 15 15

Shot% .067 .067

SOG 4 4

SOG% .267 .267

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0


HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Coronado High School in Colorado and Trabuco Hills High School in California ... in Colorado, she played for Gary Evens at Pride Soccer Club ... was in the 2004-07 Colorado ODP ... was a 2003-05 State Cup Runner Up ... led her team to a 2004 Surf Cup Runner Up finish ... helped her squad to the 2005 Elite 3 League title ... played for Rusty Scarborough and Jay Howell at CASL in North Carolina ... was a member of the 2006 USYS Region III Premier League East Division Champion ... was the 2006 North Carolina U16 State Cup Champion ... was the 2007 USL Super Y-League South Atlantic U16 Champion ... was the 2007 USYS Region III Premier League East Division Champion ... played for Ryan Hopkins with the Irvine Strikers in California ... was a 2008 Pleasanton Rage College Showcase Finalist Super Group Gro up 1 ... was a Cal Califo iforni rniaa Prem P remier ier Leagu Le ague e California Premier League State Championship Finalist ... was a Rocky Mountain News and Denver Postt All-State Class 5A honorable mention selection ... was a Colorado Springs Gazette second-team selection ... was a Rocky Mountain and Denver Post Player to Watch for 5A-C ... was a Colorado Springs Gazette Player to Watch and player of the week-peak performer in March, April, and May ... was a Colorado Springs Gazette firstteam All-City selection ... named to the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post first team All-State 5A team ... was a Denver Postt 5A Top 10 points leader ... was a Top 10 points leader for the city of Colorado Springs ... named the Coronado High School MVP and Co-Captain ... was on the Orange County Register Player of the Week List ... daughter of Sandi Masters.

2009 (FRESHMAN): 2009 (FRESHM (FRE SHMAN AN)): Pla Played yed an and d star sstarted tarted ted in al alll 18 games, playing the majority of her minutes on the outside of the defensive backfield ... logged 1,644 minutes which led all position players ... ended the year with seven shots and put five shots on goal ... helped the team post four shutouts on the season ... played 90 minutes or more 16 times with her season high of 110 minutes in the game against Arkansas on Oct. 4 ... played the full 90 minutes in her collegiate debut on opening day against Alabama-Birmingham (Aug. 21) ... rallied off three shots against South Alabama (Sept. 6) ... played and started in all 11 games during league action ... tied for the team lead among position players with 1,003 minutes played during SEC matches

Season 2009 TOTAL

GP 18 18

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 7 7

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 5 5

SOG% .714 .714

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL sist of her career against Jacksonville State on Aug. 31 … scored her first career goal against Cal State Fullerton on Sept. 5 … scored one goal and had one assist to finish the year with three points … played in eight SEC contests … racked up a season-high two points with a goal against Cal State Fullerton… finished her rookie season with six shots and a .500 shots on goal percentage … played a career-high 51 minutes at Southern California on Sept. 7. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Niceville High School in Niceville, Fla. ... played for coach Michael Denton at NHS ... tallied 35 goals and 60 assists from the midfield and backline positions over the course of four years ... earned the Silver Boot in 2007 and 2008 ... was named the NHS Impact Player of the Year ... was named the All-Area Player of h Year Y in 2008 2008 ... earned earned d a place l h PenP the in on the sacola Sports Association All-Star team and was named the MVP in 2008 ... was a four-time All-Area team midfielder ... led NHS to district championships in 2005-2008 ... NHS won the regional title in 2007 and 2008 and were also state semi-finalists those seasons ... played club for the Emerald Coast United coached by Carl Everit ... helped Emerald Coast United win the Atlanta Cup at the U-19 B level and the Gatorade Showcase .... also played club soccer for Northwest Florida Soccer Club coached by Michael Denton and Louis Sahin ... was an ODP state player in 2003-05 and in 2007 ... born May 12, 1990 ... daughter of David and Jennifer Perez Wolfkeil ... her father ran track at Missouri and Colorado State ... her grandfa-

2009 (SOPHOMORE): Started in all 18 games with the majority of her minutes on the outside of the defensive backfield ... logged 1,639 minutes which ranked second among all position players ... ended the season with two shots and put one shot on goal ... played 90 or more minutes 16 times with her season high of 110 minutes coming twice in the games against Texas Tech (Sept. 18) and again against Arkansas (Oct. 4) ... helped the Tide post four shutouts on the season ... started in all 11 SEC games and was tied for the team lead with 1003 minutes played. 2008 (FRESHMAN): Played in 14 games as a true freshman … logged 328 minutes as a forward … played her first career game against Memphis on Aug. 29 … recorded the first as-

Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

52

GP 14 18 32

G 1 0 1

ther, Wayne Wolfkeil, played football at Penn State ... she lettered in track at NHS where she finished eighth in the state in the 4x400 and 4x800 ... was a member of the Literary Guild and Niceville High School Ambassadors.

A 1 0 1

Pts 3 0 3

Shots 6 2 8

Shot% .167 .000 .125

SOG 3 1 4

SOG% .500 .500 .500

GW 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0


Coast League championship … also led Tesoro to the Edison Tournament Championship … earned the Coach’s Award, Senior Award and was named defensive MVP …maintained a 4.0 GPA ... daughter of Matthew and Shelly Woolbright.

2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in nine games ... log logged 153 minutes ... had one shot and logge logged a season-best 37 minutes against TCU on Sept. Se 20 ... first career collegiate action came in a 13 minute spell against South Alabama (Sept. 6) ... played in six games during leagu league play, totaling 83 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attende tended Tesoro High School in Rancho Santa Marga Margarita, California ... played fullback for the SoCa SoCal Blues soccer club under coach Dido ... was a 2006 Slammers College Showcase Finalist ... was a 2006 Nomads College Showcase Champion ... helped lead club squad to the 2006 2 Nike Invitational title ... was a 2005 NHB cup finalist ... played for Tesoro High Schoo School where she helped her team to a South

Season S 2009 2 T TOTAL

GP 9 9

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 1 1

Shot% .000 .000

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0

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2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER PLAYE A ER P R O F I L E S

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Walled Lake Northern High School in Michigan ... played central defender for coach Demir Muftari ... has won the State Cup Championship five times ... was Region II Semi-Finalist in 2007 and 2009 ... 2008 Region II Finalist ... led team to a 2008 Midwest Regional League Championship ... was a 2008 and 2007 Michigan State Cup Champion ... led squad to 2007 Region II semi-finals ... was a 2006 Manchester United Cup Finalist ... helped team to the 2006 Vardar Nike Cup Championship ... was a 2006 Michigan State Cup Finalist ... played center midfield in high school for coach Drew Drummond ... was a team captain ... was an All-Conference selection ... was on the Academic All State Team ... graduated with highest honors … was a marine Corps Distinguished Distin Dis tingui guishe shed d Athlete Athlete Athl ete … earned earned the the Walled Walled Wall ed Lake Lake Northern Norther Nort hern n Community Communi Comm unity ty Service Servic Ser vice e Award Award Awar d … belonged belon belonged ged to the Presidents Education Awards Program … is the daughter of Lisa and Jim Breaugh.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Juan Diego Catholic High School in Salt Lake City, Utah ... played forward/midfield for the Utah Avalanche under coach Gabe Smart and Jimmy Powell ... was the Utah State Cup Champions in 2003, 2006-08 ... lettered four years at Juan Diego Catholic under coach Jamie Schock ... was a State Finalist in 2006 and 2007 ... was a three-time AllState team member ... led team in assists in 2006 ... was the leading scorer in 2007 ... daughter of Darrin and Debi Brown and Bill and Patty Phillips.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Prepped at Father Ryan High School in Franklin, Tenn., where she played for Robin Dietrich ... was a three-time letterwinner...won the Coaches Award her senior year ... won the team’s Most Improved Player Award as a junior ... her team was a regional finalist and ranked fourth in the nation during her junior year ... team was a finalist in the Tennessee State Championship during her sophomore season ... was on the Father Ryan Honor Roll.

2009 (FRESHMAN): Did not record any minutes on the field. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South ... played midfield for coach Chris Miller ... led the Pirates to the 2005 Central Jersey State semi-finals ... helped WW-PHS to the 2007 Central Jersey State quarterfinals ... led the Pirates to the 2005 and 2006 Mercer County Tournament semi-finals ... tallied 18 goals and 40 assists for her career ... was named the team MVP in 2007 ... was an All-State selection in 2007 ... was a Mercer “33” selection in 2006 ... garnered All-CVC honors in 2006 ... was the team captain in 2007 ... played club soccer for the Mount Laurel United for coach Michael Payne ... played for the New Jersey Wildcats of the W-League in 2008 and was a reserve in 2006 ... born Dec. 17, 1989 ... daughter of Pasquale and Joan Ruta ... has a brother, Ben ... her father, Pasquale, played soccer at Upsala College and was a Princeton Special Sports Coach and a first grade religion education teacher who helped with the Special Olympics ... also lettered in basketball, track and lacrosse ... was the team MVP, captain and an All-CVC selection in lacrosse in 2008.

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HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Two-year letterwinner at Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo., where she won three state championships ... was a member of both the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society during high school ... played for Colorado Real National under coach Neil Payne in 2009 ... was named a Topdrawersoccer.com “Player to Watch”.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Was an attacker and team captain under coach Christopher Pryor at Gulfport High School in Gulfport, Miss. ... recorded 107 goals and 47 assists ... three-time Jackson-Clarion Ledgerr All-State honoree ... three-time Mississippi Association of Coaches 5-A AllState team member ... became the first player to be named Sun Herald d Mississippi Coast Player of the Year in two consecutive years ... five-time All-District team ... six-time Clarion Ledger Top Performer ... four-time GHS Best Offensive Player ... Lindy Callahan Scholar Athlete Nominee ... 2009 Mississippi Class 5A state finalist ... 2008 Mississippi class 5A State Champions, three-time South State Champions ... elected to the Gulfport High School Hall of Fame … named Gulfport High Most Athletic … member of National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta (Vice President), Physics Club (President), Beta Club, Student Council, Key Club (Vice President) ... played Club soccer for multiple teams over last nine years ... currently a member of Birmingham United ‘92 Elite for coach Andrew Brower ... Mississippi ODP Region III team in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... invited to the 2008 Interregional Event in Coral Springs and the 2009 Interregional Event in Ridgeland, Miss. ... traveled with the Region III team to the Algarve Cup in Portugal in 2009 ... 2009 and 2010 Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year Nominee.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Two-sport athlete at Oak Mountain High School in Birmingham, Ala. ... played both soccer and basketball ... was named to 2009 All-State Girls Soccer second team ... 2009 Birmingham News Girls All-Metro Soccer Team ... 2009 Shelby County Girls All-County Soccer honoree ... 2008 All-State second team ... 2009 recipient of Coach’s Leadership Award ... was a captain on the basketball team in 2009 and 2010 ... led team to 2009 Lakeshore Shootout Championship ... helped team achieve a 16-5-1 record in 2009 ... played seven years for coach Andrew Brower on the Birmingham United ‘92 Elite Team ... 2004, 2008, and 2009 State Champions ... 2008 and 2009 Region III PL Central Champions ... four-time member of ‘92 Alabama ODP team ... threetime tim e member m memb ember er of Region Region III III ‘92 ‘92 ODP team team ... attended atten attended ded 20 2008 08 Dan Danaa Cup Cup in For Fortun tunaa Hjorring, Hjorrin Hjor ring, g, Denmark, Denmar Den mark, k, Fortuna during the summer of 2008 ... selected to play against the U-17 Mexican Women’s National Team in Birmingham, Ala., in 2008.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Started at goalkeeper at St. Pius X Catholic School in Atlanta, Ga., her entire career ... amassed a 74-9-3 record in four years ... paced St. Pius to a 2010 state championship … led her team to a 22-0-0 2009 season as a junior ... tallied 19 shutouts in 22 games as a junior en route to the AAA State Championship and NSCCA National Championship ... also led her team to the state finals in 2008, where they finished as the AAAA state runner-up ... was tabbed to the 2010 Georgia high school all-star team … was named the All-Area Player of the Year in 2009 and runner-up in 2008 ... All-Area first-team in 2008 and 2009, second-team in 2007 ... played with GSA Phoenix Red ‘92 for coach Campbell Chapman for seven years ... U-17 team finished season third at Nationals ... U-17 2009 Region III Champion ... 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009 Georgia State Champions ... played for the first team Georgia ODP in 2005-2009.

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HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Four-year letterwinner at Episcopal High School in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. ... tallied 99 career goals and 79 career assists ... recorded 18 goals and handed out 18 assists during her senior year ... was named team MVP in 2009 ... All-State honoree in 2009 ... Jacksonville Times Union Top Five Player to Watch ... also lettered in track and field in 2009. ... member of 2007 state semi-finalist team ... played eight years for the Ponte Vedra Storm under Louis Torres ... member of 2009 state championship team ... helped lead team to the 2009 National Finals ... is also a member of the Region III ODP team.

2010 SOCCER PERSONNEL PLAYER PLAYE A ER P R O F I L E S

2008-09 (AT CLEMSON): Comes to the Capstone after starting every game of her career at Clemson on the backline ... started in a total 35 games and had three assists to her credit ... helped the Tigers post a total of eight shutouts over the two seasons. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A four-year letterwinner in soccer at Marist High School … played for coach Sergio Stadler … high school team won AAAA State Championship in 2008, was state semi-finalist in 2006 and 2007 and won region championship in 2005 and 2007 … named Dekalb All-County in 2007 and Greater Atlanta All-Area in 2008 … a member of the ODP Georgia state team from 2004-08 and the ODP Region 3 region team from 2006-08 … played for coach Ted Colburn on TopHat 08 Gold club team … TopHat won … state championship in 2005 and reached Region 3 regionals in 2005, 2007 and 2008 … grandfather, Ed Burda, played football at University of Iowa from 1957-59 … uncle, Ed Lees, played football at Butler from 1981-84 and cousin, Sean Lees played football at Wofford College … sister, Meghan, is a sophomore on the current Crimson Tide roster.

2009 (AT CLEMSON): Played a total of three games and earned 39 minutes on the pitch … saw her first collegiate action of the season against No. 9 Wake Forest on Oct. 4 … did not record any statistics on the season. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A four-year starter on the Marist High School soccer team … high school team, coached by Sergio Stadler, won Georgia State Championship in 2008 … earned Second Team All-Area/City Team honors in 2008 … played for TopHat club team and coaches Elle Davis and Ted Colburn … TopHat team won Region III Premier League championship in 2008 … club championship member Georgia team tea m won won Georgia Georgi Geo rgiaa State State Stat eC Cup up cha champi mpions onship hip in 20 2006 06 and 20 2007 07 … a me membe mberr of of the the Geo Georgi rgiaa ODP ODP tea team m from 2005-08 … sister, K.K., is a junior on the current Crimson Tide roster.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo., where she played for coach Amy Estes and was a team captain ... member of 2007 state championship team ... named to the 2008 and 2010 All-Conference Team … garnered 2010 Academic All-State honors … recipient of the Torch Award in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... 2008 Leadership Award recipient ... 2008 Link Leader honoree ... played four years for coach Erik Bushey on the Nike Rush ... 2007 state finalist ... 2008 Regional Championships participant in Hawai’i ... finished ranked in the top 10 of 2008 Red Bull National League … current member of the U-20 Colorado Rush.

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HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Wash. ... was a four-year letterwinner under coach Chuck Krieble ... named an ESPN Rise All-American … 4A AllState first team 2008 and 2009 ... Seattle Times All-Area team in 2008, 2009 ... 4A All-King County first team in both 2008 and 2009 and second team in 2007 ... 4A All-King County honorable mention as a freshman in 2006 ... Eastlake High School Most Valuable Defender in 2009 ... helped lead Eastlake to three playoff appearances including the 2007 state championship ... was named a Scholar Athlete all four years and reports a 3.9 GPA ... played eight years for Crossfire Premier ‘91 under coach Dick McCormick ... club team won six state championships ranging from 2003 to 2010 ... was a team capt tain i on on the th the Super Super Y League L N tionall Championship Nati Championshi Ch i hip team t in 2006 2006 ... Washington Washi hingto t n State St Statte ‘92 ‘92 ODP captain National in team 2005-2009 ... Super Y League ‘92 National ODP Team 2007, 2008.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Enrolled at Alabama after earning her high school diploma following her fall semester at Bradenton Preparatory Academy ... played forward for four years at the IMG Soccer Academy and six with the CESA’ 92 Premier club ... was named the Region III Premier League U-17 top scorer in 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Played for Whitewater High School under coach Heather Allen ... started all four years ... 2007 AAAA state champion, 2009 AAAA runner-up ... scored three of teams five goals in her two state championship games ... named 2010 high school region player of the year … was a 2009 adidas All-American scholar-athlete ... ESPN the Rise “Player to Watch” in 2009 ... All-County Team in 2008 and 2009 ... named first team FPR in 2009 ... All-State honoree in 2008 and 2009 ... played eight years for AFC Lightning under Andy Thompson ... five-time team captain ... team was ranked first in the nation from Dec. 2008 to July, 2009 ... named Top Drawer Soccerr “Player to Watch” ... led club to 2010 Georgia State Cup championship … US Youth Soccer Re Re-gion Finalist Region Championship semi-finalist gion Championship Champio Cham pionsh nship ip Fin Finali alist st in 200 2007 7 and and 200 2009 9 ... US You Youth th Soc Soccer cer Re Regio gion n Cham C hampio pionsh nship ip sem semi-fi i final nalist ist in 2006 and 2008 ... 2008 Atlanta Cup Champion ... CASL Soccer Showcase Champion in 2008 ... Disney Soccer Showcase Champion in 2008 ... member of Georgia ODP state team in 2005-2009 ... captain of Georgia ODP state team for two years ... member of ODP Region Pool team in 2009 … sang for the Advanced Chorus in 2008 and 2009 ... Relay for Life volunteer in 2006 and 2007 ... member of both Beta Club and National Honor Society ... assistant AFC volunteer soccer coach in 2009 ... was a soccer referee for PTYSL and FCYSL.

Alabama incoming freshmen enjoy the view from the sideline at Bryant-Denny Stadium to watch the eventual national championship Crimson Tide football team.

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Alabama head coach Todd Bramble enters his third season leading the Crimson Tide. In just two seasons the former Clemson coach has given the Alabama faithful much to look forward to. In his second season at the helm, Bramble welcomed 11 new players to the fold as he started to sculpt the program. The team finished 6-11-1 overall in the rebuilding year but did earn some big wins. The Crimson Tide claimed the Red Raider Classic tournament title by defeating host Texas Tech in thrilling fashion by netting a goal in the final seconds of overtime. Alabama then went on to beat TCU to earn the team title. Individually, goalkeeper Justine Bernier was named to the All-SEC second team as she paced the league in saves per game and ranked second in saves made. Off the field Alabama was recognized by the NSCAA for its academic achievements, garnering the organization’s team award. Also, four individuals were named to the NSCAA All-South Region Scholar Team as Alex Butera, Grace Lawson, Victoria Frederick and Brooke Rogers garnered the honors. In his first season at the helm of the Crimson Tide in 2008, Bramble immediately made his mark. Bramble led Alabama to a 9-9-2 overall record and a 4-6-1 mark in Southeastern Conference play. The four wins were the most by any Alabama team since 2004 and the four victories in the first seven games of the conference slate were the most since 1998. Alabama also earned its first appearance at the SEC Tournament since 2004. Alabama made an incredible transformation on the defensive end as the Crimson Tide posted eight shutouts, including a school-record six clean sheets to start the home slate. The eight shutouts rank third all-time at Alabama and ranked second in the league during the 2008 campaign. Individually, Brooke Rogers became the first Alabama player to earn all-conference accolades since 2004, being named to the second team. Nine players under the watch of Bramble posted career years, including seniors Kailey Corken and Jessica Deegan. Corken paced the Tide with 17 points on seven goals and three assists while Deegan capped off her career with four goals and four assists. Bramble took over the Crimson Tide after a successful seven-year stint as head coach at Clemson University. "Todd's record of on-field achievement and success in the classroom made him a standout candidate for our job at Alabama," UA Director of Athletics Mal Moore said upon Bramble's hiring. "Todd has a proven resume of consistent success and is a good fit to lead our program to the next level. He's a proven evaluator of talent, a strong recruiter, and a hard worker who will field a tough, smart, competitive team." During Bramble's tenure at the helm of the program he took the Lady Tigers to the NCAA Tournament every season, reaching the NCAA Elite Eight once and the NCAA Sweet 16 twice. In addition, his teams finished in the top 25 nationally five times and placed in the top three in the Atlantic Coast Conference three times. Bramble had an 80-51-17 overall record and did not have a losing season at Clemson. "It's a tremendous honor to be part of such a prestigious academic institution and an athletic department with a rich tradition of success," Bramble said. "Alabama made such a strong impression on

me and my wife that the opportunity from a professional standpoint and being able to move our family to the Tuscaloosa community was impossible to pass up." In 2007, Bramble led Clemson to the NCAA Tournament for the seventh straight year, advancing to the second round before falling to 15th-ranked Tennessee, 1-0. The Tigers posted a 10-6-5 record with victories over 23rd-ranked Long Beach State and seventh-ranked South Carolina. Bramble's Tigers played nine ranked teams in 2007 and posted an impressive 8-2-1 home record. Three Tigers earned All-ACC honors and two players were recognized as ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District. The 2006 Tigers reached the NCAA Elite Eight and were ranked in a tie for 14th in the final NSCAA poll. Bramble’s team achieved an NCAA Tournament first in 2006 when the team advanced three consecutive matches in tournament play by winning penalty kicks, tying Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State and Stanford in regulation before advancing on penalty kicks in all three matches. The Lady Tigers recorded two wins over top 25 teams, including a 2-1 victory over ninth-ranked Wake Forest at Riggs Field. The team finished the season with an 11-8-5 overall record and four Lady Tigers earned All-ACC accolades in 2006. The 2005 Clemson team finished with a 9-9-2 overall record and participated in the NCAA Tournament in Chapel Hill, N.C. That season began with unranked Clemson recording upsets over two top-12 teams, sixth-ranked Duke and 12th-ranked Wake Forest. Three Lady Tigers were named to the All-ACC Second Team. In 2004, Clemson finished with a 10-8-2 record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 11th straight season. Five players were named All-ACC as Clemson ranked 25th in the final Soccer America poll. In 2003, the Lady Tigers finished with an 11-7-2 overall record, a 10th straight berth in the NCAA Tournament and a final NSCAA ranking of 17th. Four Clemson players were selected to the All-ACC team and Courtney Foster was named a First-Team Freshman All-American by Soccer Buzz magazine. In 2002, Bramble guided the Lady Tigers to a 14-8 record overall and another NCAA appearance. The Lady Tigers reached the championship of the ACC Tournament that season. Delilah Arrington was named the ACC’s Player-of-the-Year and an NSCAA All-American. Three Lady Tigers were named to the All-ACC team and Clemson was ranked 14th in the final NSCAA poll. In his first season in 2001, Bramble led the Lady Tigers to a 15-5-1 record overall and an 11th-place final national ranking. Clemson also advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the fifth time in program history. Katie Carson was named a Third-Team AllAmerican by the NSCAA and three Clemson players were named to the All-ACC team. Bramble has 18 career wins over top 25 teams including two top-five wins on the road in 2004 when the Tigers won at fourth-ranked Texas and fifth-ranked Texas A&M. It marked the first time in 20 years, since the men's soccer team did it in 1984, that a Clemson program defeated top-five teams in consecutive road games.

Bramble served as the top assistant under Clemson head men's soccer coach Trevor Adair from 1995-99. The Tigers had three top-12 seasons and reached the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals twice and the Sweet 16 three times in those five seasons. The 1998 team finished with a 22-2 overall record and a number-one final regular season national ranking and won the ACC Championship that season. Prior to being an assistant men's coach at Clemson, Bramble also served under Adair as an assistant at Brown University in Providence, R.I., from 1991-94. The 1994 Brown team advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Prior to joining Clemson as the head women's coach, Bramble was the head coach of the men's soccer program at Butler University in Indianapolis for the 2000 season. Bramble has also coached at the international level, where he was an assistant coach for the United States under-17 national team that competed in

the World Championships in 1999. Bramble received a degree in business management from Mercer University in Macon, Ga., in 1995. He was an all-conference goalkeeper at Mercer before spending one year in the National Professional Soccer League with the Memphis Rogues (198990). The native of Atlanta, Ga., is married to the former Cindy Rivard. The couple has two children, Cole and Morgan.

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A former assistant coach and player at Clemson for Alabama head coach Todd Bramble, Tatum Clowney joined the Crimson Tide staff as assistant coach in December of 2007. Clowney enters her third season on the Crimson Tide bench alongside Bramble. She is involved in every aspect of the program, including scouting opponents and day-to-day operations. Off the field, her main responsibilities include evaluating and recruiting players and video analysis. “Having Tatum join me on the Alabama staff has been extremely important to our transition here,” Bramble said. “Her familiarity with my philosophies enhance my belief that organization and attention to detail are imperative to the success of the student-athletes on and off the field.” Clowney, who also was an assistant coach at Charleston Southern University (2004-05) in Charleston, S.C., and at Converse College (2003) in Spartanburg, S.C., continues a long association with Bramble that dates to her playing days at Clemson. Clowney spent two seasons as a full-time assistant under Bramble at Clemson. She was a volunteer assistant for Bramble and the Tigers in 2006 and was promoted to a full-time position for the 2007 season. Clowney played for the Tigers from 1998 through 2001, when Bramble was an assistant coach for the men’s team (through 1998) and was the head coach of the Tigers her last season of action (2001). “In all the various responsibilities that are thrown at assistant coaches, she is competent at everything,” Bramble said. “She relates well with the players, is a great mentor, understands tactics and can teach technique. Tatum is on the fasttrack in this profession and I am fortunate to be able to have her on my staff during this crucial period that will determine the success we have in the future.” “The opportunity to continue my coaching career with Todd Bramble was an important factor behind my decision to join the staff at Alabama,” said Clowney. “I was very excited to join an institution with such a rich athletic tradition, topnotch facilities and great university support. The atmosphere in Tuscaloosa provides the same type of family atmosphere that our coaching staff seeks to build with our team.” Clowney has enjoyed a high level of success as both player and a coach. She was a member of the Clemson team from 1998-2001, a period during which the Lady Tigers had some of their most successful seasons, advancing to the NCAA Sweet 16 all four years, reaching the Elite Eight twice (1999 and 2000) and winning the only ACC regular season title in program history in 2000. Clemson finished that season ranked fifth nationally in the final NSCAA poll. Clowney scored 10 goals and recorded 18 assists during her career. The 18 assists in 77 career games ranks ninth in Clemson history. Clowney was named the team’s Most Improved Player as a sophomore in 1999. She was named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll in 2001 and 2002. Clowney also received the ACC Top Six Award for her dedication to community service. Clowney was a member of the Region III South Team that won a gold medal in the 2001 Olympic Festival in Chicago, Ill., and was a member of the National “B” team player pool in 2001. She played professionally for the Charlotte Speed in 1999 and the Atlanta Classics in 2000 and 2001. Clowney also has been a standout as a coach and recruiter. In two years at Charleston Southern she helped bring in that program’s most decorated recruiting class ever. Soccer Buzz ranked the 2005 Buccaneers’ recruiting class as the best in the Big South Conference and ranked the group in the top 25 regionally. While in Charleston, Clowney also coached the Mount Pleasant Soccer Club team. Clowney has served on the coaching staff for the state of South Carolina’s Olympic Development Program, the Alabama Olympic Development Program and on the Region III staff. She has also worked with various clubs throughout South Carolina and Alabama. A native of Greenville, S.C., and a graduate of Eastside High School, Clowney graduated from Clemson with honors in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. In 2005, she earned a Master’s degree in Education from Charleston Southern.

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Alabama assistant coach Jason Lowe enters his second season at the Capstone. In his first year on the bench Lowe was instrumental in the development of the goalkeepers. Off the field Lowe coordinates the recruiting efforts, handles the academics and implements the Polar Heart Rate Monitor system for training. Crimson Tide net-minder Justine Bernier flourished under his tutelage, leading the Southeastern Conference in saves per game and ranking second in total saves en route to being named to the All-SEC second team. Lowe came to Alabama after serving as an assistant coach at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. “Jason has a broad range of experience that benefits our program in a variety of ways,” Bramble said. “Certainly our goalkeepers will continue to improve through his training, but his abilities aren’t just limited to that area. He has a great mind for the game, is passionate and is a tremendous addition to the university community.” “Coach Bramble has a strong and clear vision for the future of Alabama soccer and I am excited to be a part of it,” Lowe said. “This is a university with such a prestigious athletics history. Hearing his vision for Alabama soccer and seeing the first class resources that the athletic department has put in place for the program, it is clear that he is building something special here in Tuscaloosa.” Prior to coming to Alabama, Lowe spent two seasons with the Emory women’s soccer program as the team’s goalkeeper coach. Under his direction Lowe guided first-year starter Sarah Wilkerson to a NSCAA/adidas All-South Region selection. Wilkerson’s 0.544 overall GAA was the 23rd-lowest in Division III in 2008, and the eighth-lowest single season average in school history. During his first season with the Eagles, he helped senior goalkeeper Emily Fedeles achieve First Team All-UAA honors, an eighth-ranking nationally in goals against average (0.33) and a tenth-national ranking in Save Percentage (0.894). Emory reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2008 and the “Sweet 16” in 2007. Lowe also served as the Director of Goalkeeping for Tophat Soccer Club from 2006-09. In that time the club’s goalkeepers have lead their respective teams to four Georgia State Championships, two Region III Premier League Championships and seven appearances at the 2007 Southern Regional Championships. In 2008, Lowe was the head coach of the Tophat 07 Gold (U19) team that won the Georgia State Championship and reached the Regional Finals. He began coaching with the Twin City Youth Soccer Association in 2000 where he coached the 88, 86 and 85 Lady Twins in addition to training the club’s goalkeepers. He then moved to Connecticut where he was a staff coach with the Connecticut Football Club and coached the U12, U13 and U14 CFC Wolves until he moved to Atlanta in 2005. Lowe graduated in 1998 from Wake Forest University with a degree in business and was a goalkeeper on the men’s soccer team. He returned to Winston-Salem in 2000 and earned his MBA at the Babcock Graduate School of Management in 2002.

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SUPPORT STAFF

SUPPORT T STA F F

Volunteer Assistant Coach Katie Vogel Katie Vogel enters her first season as the volunteer assistant coach for the Crimson Tide. Vogel comes to the Capstone after a stellar four-year career at Clemson. At Clemson Vogel played in 76 career games and started in 65. The midfielder tallied 23 career points on seven goals and nine assists. As a freshman Vogel jumped onto the scene, tallying nine points on three goals and three assists en route to being named to Soccer America’s All-Freshman Team as well as the Soccer Buzz Southeast Region All-Freshman Team and the ACC All-Freshman Team. Off the field Vogel was a three-time member of the Clemson Honor Roll.

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2009 TEAM STATISTICS

2009 RESULTS 2009 RECORD ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 6-11-1 2-8-1 4-3-0

HOME 2-6-1 1-4-1 1-2-0

AWAY 3-5 1-4 2-1

NEUTRAL 1-0 0-0 1-0

Alabama Opponents Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot percentage

Date

Opponent

Aug. 21

Alabama-Birmingham

W/L

Score

Attendance

L

0-2

398

Aug. 28

at Samford

L

0-3

786

Aug. 30

at Jacksonville State

W

2-1

441

Sept. 6

South Alabama

W

5-1

298

Sept. 13

Memphis

L

1-2

388

Sept. 18

at Texas Tech

W O2

2-1

1048

Sept. 20

vs. TCU

W

1-0

105

Sept. 29

at Mississippi State*

W

1-0

223

Oct. 2

LSU*

L

0-3

442

Oct. 4

Arkansas*

T O2

0-0

670

Oct. 9

at Florida*

L

0-2

1059

Oct. 11

at South Carolina*

L

0-2

1023

Oct. 16

Kentucky*

W

2-0

586

Oct. 18

Vanderbilt*

L OT

0-1

312

Oct. 22

at Georgia*

L

0-3

1057

Oct. 25

Tennessee*

L

0-2

602

Oct. 30

Auburn*

L

0-2

848

Nov. 1

at Mississippi*

L

0-1

411

14-187

26-294

0.78

1.44

.075

.088

Shots on goal-Attempts

81-187

143-294

Shot on goal percentage

.433

.486

Shots/Game

10.4

16.3

Corner kicks

98

91

Penalty kicks

0-0

1-1

Yellow cards

9

9

Red cards

1

0

4112

6048

Dates/Avg Per Date

9/457

8/756

Neutral Site #/Avg

1/105

ATTENDANCE Total

* SEC Match

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2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

2009 STATISTICS 2008 200 08 R E V I E W

## 22 5 11 12 14 9 3 21 13 18 8 7 20 23 10 25 2 17

PLAYER Victoria Frederick Kelsey King Rosaly Petriello Brooke Rogers Kaitlyn Smith Amanda Ortegon Kelly King Tia King Lindsey Sillers Alex Butera Josie Rix Grace Lawson Ashley Willis Shannon Lathrop Megan Petersen Veronika Wolfkeil Katie Woolbright Hailey Hull Total Opponents

GP 17-17 18-14 14-13 18-12 18-18 18-5 11-3 17-2 7-0 17-17 18-11 17-17 18-18 15-9 17-6 18-18 9-0 3-0 18 18

G 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 26

A 2 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 19

Pts 10 7 7 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 71

Shots 23 16 26 29 15 14 8 8 3 2 11 10 7 6 6 2 1 0 187 294

Shot% .174 .188 .077 .069 .067 .071 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .075 .088

SOG 11 6 12 13 4 3 2 3 3 1 4 8 5 2 3 1 0 0 81 143

SOG% .478 .375 .462 .448 .267 .214 .250 .375 1.000 .500 .364 .800 .714 .333 .500 .500 .000 .000 .433 .486

GW 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 11

PK-AT 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 1-1

2009 GOALKEEPING STATISTICS ## 1

GOALTENDERS Justine Bernier Total Opponents

GP 18-18 18 18

Minutes 1664:14 1664:14 1664:14

GA 26 26 14

GOALS BY PERIOD Alabama Opponents

First 5 13

Second 8 12

OT 0 1

OT2 1 0

Total 14 26

SHOTS BY PERIOD Alabama Opponents

First 86 149

Second 98 135

OT 0 5

OT2 3 5

Total 187 294

SAVES BY PERIOD Alabama Opponents

First 61 31

Second 53 34

OT 0 0

OT2 3 2

Total 117 67

CORNER KICKS BY PERIOD Alabama Opponents

First 53 43

Second 43 44

OT 1 1

OT2 1 3

Total 98 91

FOULS BY PERIOD Alabama Opponents

First 83 74

Second 107 94

OT 3 2

OT2 4 3

Total 197 173

Avg 1.41 1.41 0.76

Save 116 117 67

Pct .817 .818 .827

W 6 6 11

L 11 11 6

T 1 1 1

Sho 4 4 11

The Alabama bench erupts after a goal against Kentucky. The Crimson Tide won the match 2-0.

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Alabama poses with the Red Raider Classic team trophy after claiming the tournament title. The Tide downed host Texas Tech 2-1 and TCU 1-0.

GAME 1

GAME 3

UAB U UA B 2, ALABAMA ALABA B MA 0

ALABAMA ALABA B MA A 2, JA JACKSONVILLE ACK KSONVILLE STATE 1

Aug. 21, 2009

Aug. 30, 2009

Goals by period UAB Alabama

1 1 0

2 1 0

F 2 0

Goals by period Alabama Jacksonville State SCORING SUMMARY 1 51:31 JSU

SCORING SUMMARY 1 6:58 UAB

TURPIN, Tiffini (1) (BARSALONA, Danya) BARSALONA, Danya (1) (MCCALLA, Laura)

2 65:37 UAB

Shots UAB 13, Alabama 9 Saves UAB 2 (BLANKENSHIP, Kate 2), Alabama 3 (Justine Bernier 3)

GAME 2

2 51:56 UA 3 70:42 UA

1 0 0

2 2 1

DeLANEY,Amber (2) (unassisted) Kaitlyn Smith (1) (unassisted) Amanda Ortegon (1) (Victoria Frederick)

SCORING SUMMARY 1 11:20 SAM 2 39:41 SAM 3 52:11 SAM

F 0 3

Sarah Wilkinson (1) (Hilary Samuels;Amber Cress) Melissa Miller (1) (unassisted) Amber Cress (1) (Leah Leppert)

Shots Alabama 13, Samford 7

Goals by period Memphis Alabama

1 0 0

SCORING SUMMARY 1 48:24 MEM

MEM

Saves Alabama 2 (Justine Bernier 2), Jacksonville State 6 (CUNNINGHAM,Christine 3; KOENIG,Ali 2; TEAM 1)

Shots Memphis 16, Alabama 8

GAME 4

SOUTH ALABA ALABAMA B MA A 1, A ALABAMA LABA B MA 5

Goals by period South Alabama Alabama

1 0 2

2 1 3

SCORING SUMMARY 1 4:41 UA 2 3 4

6

Shots South Alabama 10, Alabama 23

F 2 1

Saves Memphis 1 (KUHAR-PITTERS, Elise 1), Alabama 6 (Justine Bernier 6)

GAME 6

F 1 5

Rosaly Petriello (1) (unassisted) 33:53 UA Victoria Frederick (1) (Tia King) 48:29 USA Smith,Brandi (Crowe,Kasey) 60:42 UA Kelsey King (1) (Rosaly Petriello;Victoria Frederick) 65:10 UA Victoria Frederick (2) (unassisted) 82:50 UA Victoria Frederick (3) (Lindsey Sillers)

2 2 1

HALLMAN, Averi (BERRA, Ashley) Brooke Rogers (1) (Rosaly Petriello;Kelsey King) HILDEBRANDT, Lizzy (unassisted)

3 84:44

5 Saves Alabama 2 (Justine Bernier 2), Samford 2 (Alyssa Whitehead 2)

Sept. 13, 2009

UA

Sept. 6, 2009 2 0 1

MEMPHIS 2, ALABAMA ALABA B MA A1

2 55:07

Aug. 28, 2009 1 0 2

GAME 5

F 2 1

Shots Alabama 15, Jacksonville State 8

ALABAMA ALABA B MA 0, SAMFORD 3

Goals by period Alabama Samford

Saves South Alabama 12 (Lythjohan,Cassie 12), Alabama 2 (Justine Bernier 2)

ALABAMA ALABA B MA 2, TEXAS X T TECH ECH 1 Sept. 18, 2009 Goals by period Alabama Texas Tech SCORING SUMMARY 1 26:50 UA 2 58:44

TTU

3 109:58 UA

1 1 0

2 0 1

OT 0 0

O2 1 0

F 2 1

Victoria Frederick (4) (Kaitlyn Smith) Ward, Dawn (6) (Williams, Conner) Kelsey King (2) (unassisted)

Shots Alabama 6, Texas Tech 30 Saves Alabama 11 (Justine Bernier 10; TEAM 1), Texas Tech 2 (Wikelius, Erin 2)

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Alabama goalkeeper Justine Bernier started every match in goal for the Crimson Tide in 2009. The Ontario native tallied four shutouts on the season.

GAME 7

GAME 9

GAME 11

TCU 0, ALABAMA ALABA B MA A1

NO. 17 LSU LS L U 3, ALABA ALABAMA B MA A0

ALABAMA ALABA B MA A 0, NO. 14 FLORID FLORIDA DA 2

Sept. 20, 2009

Oct. 2, 2009

Oct. 9, 2009

Goals by period TCU Alabama

1 0 0

SCORING SUMMARY 1 48:46 UA

2 0 1

F 0 1

Brooke Rogers (2) (unassisted)

Goals by period LSU Alabama SCORING SUMMARY 1 10:35 LSU 2 69:24 LSU

Shots TCU 19, Alabama 8

3 78:07 LSU

1 1 0

2 2 0

F 3 0 Goals by period Alabama Florida

Banks, Carlie (4) (Clarke, Melissa) Clarke, Melissa (6) (Murphy, Kellie) Boudreau, Taryne (2)

SCORING SUMMARY 1 6:20 UF 2 80:56 UF

Saves TCU 4 (M-BARTLETT, Kira 4), Alabama 8 (Justine Bernier 8)

Shots LSU 16, Alabama 9 Saves LSU 5 (Isom, Mo 5), Alabama 5 (Justine Bernier 5)

ALABAMA ALABA B MA A 1, MI MISSISSIPPI SSISSIPPI STATE 0

SCORING SUMMARY 1. 44:35 UA

Lindsay THOMPSON (8) (Brooke THIGPEN) Erika TYMRAK (4) (Lauren HYDE)

GAME 12

ARKANSAS ARKA K NSAS 0, ALABAMA ALABA B MA A0 2 0 0

F 0 2

Shots Alabama 4, Florida Gators 21

GAME 10

Sept. 29, 2009 1 1 0

2 0 1

Saves (Justine Bernier 9), Florida Gators 1 (Katie FRAINE 1)

GAME 8

Goals by period Alabama Mississippi State

1 0 1

F 1 0

Kelly King (1) (Amanda Ortegon)

Shots Alabama 10, Mississippi State 21 Saves Alabama 9 (Justine Bernier 9), Mississippi State 4 (Taryn Holland 3; Skylar Rosson 1)

ALABAMA ALABA B MA A 0, NO. 7 SOUTH CA C CAROLINA ROLINA A2

Oct. 4, 2009

Oct. 11, 2009 Goals by period Arkansas Alabama

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT 0 0

2OT 0 0

F 0 0

Shots Arkansas 16, Alabama 16 Saves Arkansas 7 (Britni Williams 7), Alabama 10 (Justine Bernier 10)

Goals by period Alabama South Carolina SCORING SUMMARY 1 11:07 SC 2 12:47 SC

1 0 2

2 0 0

F 0 2

Blakely Mattern (5) (Kim Miller) Blakely Mattern (6) (Sam Diaz-Matosas)

Shots Alabama 5, South Carolina 18 Saves Alabama 9 (Justine Bernier 9), South Carolina 1 (Mollie Patton 1)

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GAME 13

GAME 15

GAME 17

KENTUCKY 0, ALABAMA ALABA B MA A2

ALABA ALABAMA B MA A 0, NO. 19 GEORGIA A3

AUBURN 2, ALABAMA A ALABA B MA A0

Oct. 16, 2009

Oct. 22, 2009

Oct. 30, 2009

Goals by period Kentucky Alabama SCORING SUMMARY 1 8:53 UA 2 89:10 UA

1 0 1

2 0 1

F 0 2

Goals by period Alabama Georgia

Rosaly Petriello (2) (Alex Butera) Kelsey King (3) (Rosaly Petriello)

1 0 3

SCORING SUMMARY 1 18:20 UG 2 20:44

UG

3 22:45

UG

F 0 3

Carrie Patterson (9) (unassisted) Caroline Simpson (2) (Rebekah Perry) Ashley Miller (4) (unassisted)

Shots Kentucky 3, Alabama 22 Saves Kentucky 5 (Sydney Hiance 5), Alabama 1 (Justine Bernier 1)

2 0 0

AU

F 2 0

Rebecca Howell (8) (unassisted) Katy Frierson (5) (unassisted)

GAME 18

Goals by period Alabama Mississippi SCORING SUMMARY 1 83:14 UM

GAME 16

TENNESSEE 2, ALABAMA ALABA B MA A0

Oct. 18, 2009

2 29:54

2 0 0

Nov. 1, 2009

Saves Alabama 9 (Justine Bernier 9), Georgia 1 (Michelle Betos 1)

GAME 14

SCORING SUMMARY 1 22:53 AU

1 2 0

ALABAMA ALABA B MA A 0, MI MISSISSIPPI SSISSIPPI 1

Shots Alabama 1, Georgia 22

VANDERBILT V VA NDERBILT L 1, ALABAMA ALABA B MA A0

Goals by period Auburn Alabama

1 0 0

2 0 1

F 0 1

Dylan Jordan (5) (Kendyl Mygatt)

Oct. 25, 2009 Goals by period Vanderbilt Alabama SCORING SUMMARY 1 94:16 VU

1 0 0

2 0 0

OT 1 0

F 1 0

Emily Grant (1) (Megan Forester)

Goals by period Tennessee Alabama SCORING SUMMARY 1 10:15 TN

1 1 0

2 1 0

F 2 0

Shots Alabama 7, Mississippi 20 Saves Alabama 11 (Justine Bernier 11), Mississippi 3 (Alley Ronaldi 3)

Amy Harrison (2) (Chelsea Hatcher) Mick Imgram (12) (Julie Edwards)

Shots Vanderbilt 16, Alabama 6

2 75:26 TN

Saves Vanderbilt 0, Alabama 6 (Justine Bernier 6)

Shots Tennessee 13, Alabama 13 Saves Tennessee 6 (Molly Baird 6), Alabama 5 (Justine Bernier 5)

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ALABAMA ALABAM MA R E C O R D S

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

TEAM GAME RECORDS

MOST POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

15 12 8 7 7

Libby Probst Katie French Jordan O'Banion Victoria Frederick Carly Mygrants

MOST POINTS Nicholls State Jackson State Nicholls State South Alabama Alabama State

Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 6, 2009 Sept. 19, 2007

Jackson State Nicholls State LSU

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Oct. 20, 1996

Nicholls State Jackson State McNeese State Northern Arizona Alabama State

Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 27, 2001 Sept. 24, 2000 Sept. 19, 2007

South Alabama Nicholls State Alabama A&M Jackson State Alabama State Chattanooga Arkansas Tennessee Tech at South Alabama McNeese State LSU at Mississippi State Charlotte

Sept. 14, 1994 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 28, 2001 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 19, 2007 Sept. 19, 2008 Oct. 19, 1997 Sept. 12, 2003 Sept. 18, 1994 Sept. 27, 2001 Oct. 15, 1999 Sept, 24, 1999 Oct. 22, 1994

at Arkansas at Baylor vs Auburn Tennessee at Texas A&M vs Washington Georgia

Sept. 25, 1994 Sept. 6, 1998 Nov. 6, 1994 Oct. 25, 2007 Sept. 15, 1995 Sept.. 3, 1995 Sept. 12, 1997

MOST GOALS 1. 3.

5 5 3 3

Katie French Libby Probst Ashley Kirkland 12 Times

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

5.

5 3 3 3 3 2

Libby Probst Dawn Nash Katie French Melissa McGee Alex Butera 42 Times

1. 2. 3. 4.

7.

11 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Jennifer Carle Libby Probst Danielle Watson Libby Probst Carly Mygrants Jessica Deegan Ashley Kirkland Dawn Nash Jennifer Carle Kim Zarzour Melissa McGee Melissa McGee Taylor Eubank

MOST SAVES 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

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24 17 16 16 15 14 14 13

Amy Pseja Rachel Brown Amy Pseja Justine Bernier Amy Pseja Amy Pseja Carrie Warner 7 times

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 27, 2001 Sept. 7, 1997 Sept. 29, 1995

20 14 10 9 9 9 9

Jackson State Nicholls State Troy State McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State Alabama State

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 7, 1997 Sept. 27, 2001 Sept. 29, 1995 Sept. 7, 1996 Sept. 19, 2007

MOST ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

MOST SHOTS 1. 2. 3.

Jackson State Nicholls State McNeese State Troy State Southeastern Louisiana

MOST GOALS

MOST ASSISTS 1. 2.

51 44 28 26 24

16 11 10 6 6 6 6 6

Nicholls State Jackson State McNeese State at South Alabama Southeastern Louisiana Troy State Birmingham-Southern at Chattanooga

Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 27, 2001 Sept. 18, 1994 Sept. 29, 1995 Sept. 7, 1997 Sept. 9, 2001 Sept. 9, 2001

MOST SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

63 43 41 40 40

Jackson State Nicholls State Tennessee Tech McNeese State Northwestern State

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 21, 1997 Sept. 27, 2001 Sept. 7, 1996

MOST SAVES 1. 2. 3.

6.

24 17 16 16 16 15 15

at Arkansas at Baylor vs Auburn vs Michigan Tennessee at Georgia at Texas A&M

Sept. 25, 1994 Sept. 6, 1998 Nov. 6, 1994 Oct. 29, 1999 Oct. 25, 2007 Sept. 10, 1999 Sept. 15, 1995


INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS

GOALS PER GAME

MOST POINTS Season 1. 37 2. 29 3. 28 4. 27 5. 26 26 26 8. 25 9. 23 23 23

Libby Probst Danielle Watson Jennifer Carle Dawn Nash Katie French Ashley Kirkland Tiffany Carle Ashley Kirkland Melissa McGee Katie French Taylor Eubank

(15g 7a) (12g 5a) (12g 4a) (10g 7a) (10g 6a) (11g 4a) (11g 4a) (11g 3a) (10g 3a) (8g 7a) (11g 1a)

2005 2001 1994 2002 2002 1997 1998 1995 1997 2001 1994

Career 1. 85 2. 73 3. 65 4. 64 5. 58 58 7. 55 8. 52 9. 50 10. 47 47

Libby Probst Ashley Kirkland Melissa McGee Katie French Dawn Nash Jennifer Carle Danielle Watson Tiffany Carle Kylie Boyd Katie Holtzapfel Christine Miller

(33g 19a) (30g 13a) (25g 15a) (24g 16a) (22g 14a) (25g 8a) (23g 9a) (24g 4a) (21g 8a) (18g 11a) (18g 11a)

2002-05 1995-97 1997-00 2001-04 2000-03 1994-97 1998-01 1997-00 2002-05 2000-03 1995-98

POINTS PER GAME (MINIMUM 15 GAMES) Season (Minimum 15 games) 1. 2.06 Libby Probst 2. 1.61 Danielle Watson 3. 1.53 Ashley Kirkland 4. 1.47 Jennifer Carle 5. 1.35 Taylor Eubank 6. 1.35 Dawn Nash 7. 1.32 Ashley Kirkland 8. 1.30 Katie French 9. 1.28 Katie French 10. 1.24 Tiffany Carle Career (Minimum 40 games) 1. 1.33 Ashley Kirkland 2. 1.09 Libby Probst 3. 0.84 Jennifer Carle 4. 0.82 Katie French 5. 0.81 Melissa McGee 6. 0.81 Dawn Nash 7. 0.79 Tiffany Carle 8. 0.71 Danielle Watson 9. 0.68 Kylie Boyd 10. 0.66 Jordan O’Banion

(18 games) (18 games) (17 games) (19 games) (17 games) (20 games) (19 games) (20 games) (18 games) (21 games)

(55 games) (78 games) (69 games) (78 games) (80 games) (72 games) (66 games) (78 games) (74 games) (67 games)

2005 2001 1997 1994 1994 2002 1995 2002 2001 1998

1995-97 2002-05 1994-97 2001-04 1997-00 2000-03 1997-00 1998-01 2002-05 2004-07

GOALS Season 1. 15 2. 12 12 4. 11 11 11 11 8. 10 10 10 Career 1. 33 2. 30 3. 25 25 5. 24 24 7. 23 8. 22 9. 21 10. 19

Libby Probst Jennifer Carle Danielle Watson Ashley Kirkland Taylor Eubank Ashley Kirkland Tiffany Carle Melissa McGee Katie French Dawn Nash

Libby Probst Ashley Kirkland Jennifer Carle Melissa McGee Tiffany Carle Katie French Danielle Watson Dawn Nash Kylie Boyd Taylor Eubank

2005 1994 2001 1997 1994 1995 1998 1997 2002 2002

2002-05 1995-97 1994-97 1997-00 1997-00 2001-04 1998-01 2000-03 2002-05 1994-95

ASSISTS PER GAME (MINIMUM 15 GAMES)

Season (Minimum 15 games) 1. 0.83 Libby Probst 2. 0.67 Danielle Watson 3. 0.65 Ashley Kirkland 0.65 Taylor Eubank 5. 0.63 Jennifer Carle 6. 0.58 Ashley Kirkland 7. 0.53 Melissa McGee 8. 0.52 Tiffany Carle 9. 0.50 Dawn Nash 0.50 Katie French

(18 games) (18 games) (17 games) (17 games) (19 games) (19 games) (19 games) (21 games) (20 games) (20 games)

2005 2001 1997 1994 1994 1995 1997 1998 2002 2002

Season (Minimum 15 games) 1. 0.41 Nicole Lees 2. 0.39 Katie French 0.39 Libby Probst 4. 0.35 Melissa McGee 0.35 Dawn Nash 6. 0.33 Libby Probst 7. 0.32 Ashley Kirkland 8. 0.30 Katie French 9. 0.29 Martha Mouring 0.29 Alex Butera

(17 games) (18 games) (18 games) (20 games) (20 games) (21 games) (19 games) (20 games) (17 games) (17 games)

1995 2001 2005 2000 2002 2004 1996 2002 1997 2007

Career (Minimum 40 games) 1. 0.55 Ashley Kirkland 2. 0.42 Libby Probst 3. 0.36 Tiffany Carle 4. 0.36 Jennifer Carle 5. 0.31 Melissa McGee 6. 0.31 Katie French 7. 0.31 Dawn Nash 8. 0.29 Danielle Watson 9. 0.28 Kylie Boyd 10. 0.27 Jordan O’Banion

(55 games) (78 games) (66 games) (69 games) (80 games) (78 games) (72 games) (78 games) (74 games) (67 games)

1995-97 2002-05 1997-00 1994-97 1997-00 2001-04 2000-03 1998-01 2002-05 2004-07

Career (Minimum 40 games) 1. 0.24 Libby Probst 2. 0.24 Ashley Kirkland 3. 0.21 Katie French 4. 0.20 Nicole Lees 0.20 Jessica Deegan 6. 0.19 Dawn Nash 7. 0.19 Melissa McGee 8. 0.18 Ellen Sanders 9. 0.18 Kailey Corken 10. 0.17 Martha Mouring

(78 games) (55 games) (78 games) (65 games) (75 games) (72 games) (80 games) (60 games) (61 games) (76 games)

2002-05 1995-97 2001-04 1994-97 2005-08 2000-03 1997-00 1998-01 2005-08 1996-99

GAME-WINNING GOALS

SHOTS ATTEMPTED

Season 1. 5 2. 4 4 4 5. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Taylor Eubank Ashley Kirkland Ashley Kirkland Jennifer Carle Dawn Nash Libby Probst Christine Miller Dawn Nash Danielle Watson Jordan O’Banion Jennifer Carle Tiffany Carle Kailey Corken

1994 1995 1997 1996 2002 2003 1998 2003 2001 2004 1994 1998 2008

Career 1. 10 2. 9 3. 7 7 7 7 7. 6 6 6 10. 5

Ashley Kirkland Jennifer Carle Dawn Nash Libby Probst Taylor Eubank Tiffany Carle Danielle Watson Kailey Corken Katie Holtzapfel Christine Miller

1995-97 1994-97 2000-03 2002-05 1994-95 1997-00 1998-01 2005-08 2000-03 1995-98

ASSISTS Season 1. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7. 6 6 9. 5 Career 1. 19 2. 16 3. 15 15 5. 14 6. 13 13 13 9. 12 10. 11

Dawn Nash Libby Probst Nicole Lees Libby Probst Melissa McGee Katie French Katie French Ashley Kirkland 13 Times

Libby Probst Katie French Melissa McGee Jessica Deegan Dawn Nash Martha Mouring Nicole Lees Ashley Kirkland Kim Zarzour 5 times

2002 2004 1995 2005 2000 2001 2002 1996

2002-05 2001-04 1997-00 2005-08 2000-03 1996-99 1994-97 1995-97 1999-02

Season 1. 66 66 3. 62 4. 54 5. 50 6. 47 7. 46 8. 45 9. 44 44

Tiffany Carle Jennifer Carle Ashley Kirkland Libby Probst Melissa McGee Jessica Deegan Danielle Watson Dawn Nash Taylor Eubank Kylie Boyd

(11 goals) (12 goals) (11 goals) (15 goals) (2 goals) (4 goals) (12 goals) (10 goals) (11 goals) (8 goals)

1998 1994 1997 2005 1999 2008 2001 2002 1994 2005

Career 1. 164 2. 161 3. 145 4. 132 5. 128 6. 127 7. 122 8. 115 9. 111 10. 109

Melissa McGee Libby Probst Tiffany Carle Ashley Kirkland Dawn Nash Jennifer Carle Kylie Boyd Danielle Watson Katie Holtzapfel Jessica Deegan

(25 goals) (33 goals) (24 goals) (30 goals) (22 goals) (25 goals) (21 goals) (23 goals) (18 goals) (7 goals)

1997-00 2002-05 1997-00 1995-97 2000-03 1994-97 2002-05 1998-01 2000-03 2005-08

SHOTS PER GAME (MINIMUM 15 GAMES) Season (Minimum 15 games) 1. 3.65 Ashley Kirkland 2. 3.47 Jennifer Carle 3. 3.14 Tiffany Carle 4. 3.00 Libby Probst 5. 2.59 Taylor Eubank 2.59 Kylie Boyd 7. 2.56 Danielle Watson 8. 2.50 Melissa McGee 9. 2.35 Jessica Deegan 10. 2.25 Dawn Nash

(17 games) (19 games) (21 games) (18 games) (17 games) (17 games) (18 games) (20 games) (20 games) (20 games)

1997 1994 1998 2005 1994 2005 2001 1999 2008 2002

Career (Minimum 40 games) 1. 2.40 Ashley Kirkland 2. 2.20 Tiffany Carle 3. 2.06 Libby Probst 4. 2.05 Melissa McGee 5. 1.84 Jennifer Carle 6. 1.78 Dawn Nash 7. 1.76 Victoria Frederick 8. 1.65 Kylie Boyd 9. 1.60 Rosaly Petriello 10. 1.49 Brooke Rogers

(55 games) (66 games) (78 games) (80 games) (69 games) (72 games) (55 games) (74 games) (53 games) (57 games)

1995-97 1997-00 2002-05 1997-00 1994-97 2000-03 2007-pres. 2002-05 2006-pres. 2007-pres.

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Season 1. 30 30 3. 26 4. 25 5. 22 22 7. 21 21 21 10. 20

Season 1. 4 2. 3 3 4. 2 2 2 2 2 9. 1

Katie French Tiffany Carle Katie French Nellie Barnes Melissa McGee Tiffany Carle Jordan O’Banion Taylor Eubank 12 Times

2002 1998 2001 1996 1998 1997 2006 1995

Career 1. 9 2. 6 3. 3 4. 2 2 2 7. 1

Katie French Tiffany Carle Jordan O’Banion Melissa McGee Taylor Eubank Nellie Barnes Eight Times

2001-04 1997-00 2004-07 1997-00 1994-95 1996-97

Career 1. 94 2. 60 3. 54 4. 53 5. 49 6. 46 46 8. 43 9. 38 10. 37

Dawn Nash Libby Probst Libby Probst Katie Holtzapfel Kylie Boyd Dawn Nash Brooke Rogers Libby Probst Victoria Frederick Cally Morrill

Libby Probst Kylie Boyd Dawn Nash Brooke Rogers Victoria Frederick Rosaly Petriello Cally Morrill Kailey Corken Jessica Deegan Katie French

(10 goals) (15 goals) (5 goals) (7 goals) (8 goals) (8 goals) (3 goals) (8 goals) (3 goals) (7 goals)

(33 goals) (21 goals) (22 goals) (8 goals) (12 goals) (7 goals) (9 goals) (13 goals) (7 goals) (24 goals)

2002 2005 2002 2002 2005 2003 2007 2003 2008 2002

2002-05 2002-05 2000-03 2007-pres. 2007-pres. 2006-pres. 2002-05 2005-08 2005-08 2001-04

SHOTS ON GOAL PER GAME Season (Minimum 15 games) 1. 1.67 Libby Probst (18 games) 2. 1.50 Dawn Nash (20 games) 3. 1.30 Libby Probst (20 games) 4. 1.29 Kylie Boyd (17 games) 5. 1.25 Katie Holtzapfel (20 games) 6. 1.16 Dawn Nash (19 games) 7. 1.11 Libby Probst (19 games) 1.11 Brooke Rogers (19 games) 9. 1.05 Victoria Frederick (20 games) 10. 1.00 Cally Morrill (20 games) Career (Minimum 40 games) 1. 1.21 Libby Probst 2. 0.93 Brooke Rogers 3. 0.89 Victoria Frederick 4. 0.87 Rosaly Petriello 5. 0.81 Kylie Boyd 6. 0.75 Dawn Nash 7. 0.70 Kailey Corken 8. 0.61 Cally Morrill 9. 0.54 Jordan O’Banion 10. 0.51 Jessica Deegan

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SHOTS ON GOAL

(78 games) (57 games) (55 games) (53 games) (74 games) (72 games) (61 games) (75 games) (67 games) (75 games)

2005 2002 2002 2005 2002 2003 2003 2007 2008 2002

2002-05 2007-pres. 2007-pres. 2006-pres. 2002-05 2000-03 2005-08 2002-05 2004-07 2005-08

PENALTY KICK ATTEMPTS Season 1. 5 2. 3 3 3 5. 2 2 2 2 9. 1

Katie French Katie French Tiffany Carle Nellie Barnes Jordan O’Banion Tiffany Carle Melissa McGee Taylor Eubank 13 Times

2002 2001 1998 1996 2006 1997 1998 1995

Career 1. 10 2. 6 3. 3 3 5. 2 2 7. 1

Katie French Tiffany Carle Jordan O’Banion Nellie Barnes Melissa McGee Taylor Eubank Nine Times

2001-04 1997-00 2004-07 1996-97 1997-00 1994-95

SAVES Season 1. 145 2. 141 3. 138 4. 116 116 6. 110 7. 109 8. 103 9. 89 10. 88 88

Justine Bernier Rachel Brown Rachel Brown Kara Gudmens Justine Bernier Amy Pseja Carrie Warner Amy Pseja Courtney Rogers Amy Pseja Kara Gudmens

Career 1. 301 2. 279 3. 270 4. 145 5. 183 6. 152 7. 113 8. 75 9. 50 10. 46

Amy Pseja Rachel Brown Kara Gudmens Justine Bernier Laura Lowman Courtney Rogers Carrie Warner Tasha Denecke LaTonda Eubanks Karen Lansden

2007 1998 1999 2008 2009 1995 1997 1994 2001 1996 2006

1994-96 1998-99 2005-08 2007-pres. 2001-04 2001-02 1996-97 1998-00 1998-00 2005-08

SAVES PER GAME Season (Minimum 15 games) 1. 7.63 Justine Bernier 2. 7.33 Amy Pseja 3. 6.90 Rachel Brown 4. 6.71 Rachel Brown 5. 6.44 Justine Bernier 6. 6.11 Kara Gudmens 7. 6.06 Amy Pseja 8. 5.74 Carrie Warner 9. 4.94 Courtney Rogers 10. 4.67 Laura Lowman

(19 games) (15 games) (20 games) (21 games) (18 games) (19 games) (17 games) (19 games) (18 games) (18 games)

2007 1995 1999 1998 2009 2008 1994 1997 2001 2003

Career (Minimum 40 games) 1. 6.80 Rachel Brown 2. 5.90 Amy Pseja 3. 4.82 Kara Gudmens 4. 3.89 Laura Lowman

(41 games) (51 games) (56 games) (47 games)

1998-99 1994-96 2005-08 2001-04


SAVE PERCENTAGE

MOST SHUTOUTS

Season 1. .952 2. .920 3. .857 4. .838 5. .833 6. .825 7. .821 8. .817 9. .800 10. .788

2002 1994 2001 2007 2007 1998 1995 2009 2008 2001

Season 1. 7 2. 6 3. 5 5 5 5 7. 4 4 4 10. 3

Carrie Warner Kara Gudmens Justine Bernier Amy Pseja Kara Gudmens Laura Lowman Rachel Brown Laura Lowman Justine Bernier 4 times

2007-pres. 1994-96 1998-99 1994-95 2001-02 2003-04 2001-04 1996-97 2005-08 1998-00

Career 1. 12 2. 11 3. 10 4. 9 5. 7 7 7. 5 8. 2 9. 1 1

Laura Lowman Kara Gudmens Amy Pseja Justine Bernier Carrie Warner Rachel Brown Courtney Rogers Karen Lansden Carly Carson Tasha Denecke

Career 1. .829 2. .825 3. .795 4. .778 5. .776 6. .765 7. .762 8. .758 9. .748 10. .728

Laura Lowman Amy Pseja Lauren Bowen Justine Bernier Karen Lansden Rachel Brown Amy Pseja Justine Bernier Kara Gudmens Courtney Rogers

Justine Bernier Amy Pseja Rachel Brown Emily Ahnell Courtney Rogers Carly Carson Laura Lowman Carrie Warner Kara Gudmens Tasha Denecke

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season (minimum 750 minutes) 1. 0.51 Amy Pseja 2. 1.36 Courtney Rogers 3. 1.41 Justine Bernier 4. 1.43 Rachel Brown 5. 1.45 Kara Gudmens 6. 1.46 Laura Lowman 7. 1.46 Courtney Rogers 8. 1.53 Justine Bernier 9. 1.56 Laura Lowman 10. 1.57 Kara Gudmens Career (minimum 2000 minutes) 1. 1.28 Amy Pseja 2. 1.32 Laura Lowman 3. 1.42 Courtney Rogers 4. 1.47 Justine Bernier 5. 1.81 Rachel Brown 6. 1.89 Kara Gudmens

1997 2008 2007 1994 2006 2002 1998 2003 2009

2001-04 2005-08 1994-96 2007-pres. 1996-97 1998-99 2001-02 2005-08 2003-04 1998-00

1994-96 2001-04 2001-02 2007-pres. 1998-99 2005-08

MOST WINS Season 1. 13 2. 12 12 4. 11 5. 10 10 7. 8 8 8 8

Rachel Brown Carrie Warner Amy Pseja Amy Pseja Laura Lowman Courtney Rogers Kara Gudmens Justine Bernier Courtney Rogers Laura Lowman

(13-7-1) (12-6-0) (12-3-1) (11-4-0) (10-11-0) (10-7-1) (8-9-2) (8-10-1) (8-6-1) (8-8-2)

1998 1997 1994 1995 2004 2001 2008 2007 2002 2003

Career 1. 30 2. 22 3. 19 4. 18 5. 16 6. 14 7. 12 8. 7 9. 4 10. 2

Amy Pseja Laura Lowman Rachel Brown Courtney Rogers Kara Gudmens Justine Bernier Carrie Warner Karen Lansden Tasha Denecke LaTonda Eubanks

(30-16-3) (22-19-3) (19-20-1) (18-13-2) (16-25-4) (14-21-2) (12-6-0) (7-3-0) (4-9-0) (2-6-0)

1994-96 2001-04 1998-99 2001-02 2005-08 2007-pres. 1996-97 2005-08 1998-00 1998-00

GAMES PLAYED Season 1. 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

Chelsea Stang Rachel Brown Jordan O’Banion Rebecca Baker Dawn Battle Krissy Wisse Cally Morrill Libby Probst Kathleen Motheral Melissa McGee Christine Miller Katie French Amanda Smith Tiffany Carle Tricia Pappalardo Nellie O’Connor Gillian Kilburn Hayley MacDonald Allison DeLisle Kathleen Foody Leigh Alexander Laura Lowman

Career 1. 80 2. 79 3. 78 78 78 78 78 78 9. 77 77 77

Melissa McGee Kathleen Foody Christine Miller Kim Zarzour Libby Probst Danielle Watson Missy Keller Katie French Rebecca Baker Katie Holtzapfel Gillian Kilburn

Missy Keller Katie Holtzapfel Kim Zarzour Martha Mouring Melissa McGee Christine Miller Cally Morrill Leah Formby Nikki Kubiszyn Libby Probst

1999-02 2000-03 1999-02 1996-99 1997-00 1995-98 2002-05 1995-98 1994-97 2002-05

MINUTES PLAYED

PARTICIPATION 1994 2002 2009 1998 2005 2004 2001 2007 2003 2008

Career 1. 78 2. 77 77 4. 76 5. 75 75 7. 74 8. 72 9. 69 69

2004 1998 2004 2004 1998 1998 2004 2004 1998 1998 1998 2004 1998 1998 1998 1998 2004 2004 2004 1998 2004 2004

Season 1. 1830 2. 1804 3. 1775 4. 1759 5. 1756 6. 1748 7. 1729 8. 1720 9. 1718 10. 1714 1714

Laura Lowman Chelsea Stang Tiffany Carle Katie Holtzapfel Missy Keller Melissa McGee Kim Zarzour Missy Keller Leigh Alexander Alex Butera Katie Holtzapfel

Career 1. 5791 2. 5331 3. 5287 4. 5221 5. 5214 6. 5072 7. 5057 8. 4663 9. 4602 10. 4558

Cally Morrill Colleen Posey Libby Probst Katie Holtzapfel Missy Keller Hayley MacDonald Kim Zarzour Jessica Deegan Allison DeLisle Jordan O’Banion

2004 2004 1999 2002 2002 1999 1999 1999 2004 2008 2003

2002-05 2005-08 2002-05 2000-03 1999-02 2004-07 1999-02 2005-08 2002-05 2004-07

1997-00 1996-99 1995-98 1999-02 2002-05 1998-01 1999-02 2001-04 2000-04 2000-03 2003-06

GAMES STARTED Season 1. 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 9. 20

Melissa McGee Rachel Brown Christine Miller Leigh Alexander Chelsea Stang Tiffany Carle Cally Morrill Kathleen Motheral 25 Times

1998 1998 1998 2004 2004 1998 2004 1998

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TEAM SCORING RECORDS (SEASON)

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1.

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

157 146 142 135 126 111 106 104 101 101

(59g 39a) (57g 32a) (50g 42a) (48g 39a) (50g 26a) (43g 25a) (36g 34a) (38g 28a) (39g 23a) (36g 29a)

2002 1997 2005 2001 1996 1995 2007 2004 1998 1994

4. 5. 6.

2005 2002 1997 2001 1996 1995 1994 2007 2003 2004

4. 5. 6.

8.

7.89 7.85 7.68 7.50 6.30 5.55 5.32 5.30 5.11 4.95

(18 games) (20 games) (19 games) (18 games) (20 games) (20 games) (19 games) (20 games) (19 games) (21 games)

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

59 57 50 50 48 43 39 38 36 36

2002 1997 1996 2005 2001 1995 1998 2004 1994 2007

GOALS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

72

3.00 2.95 2.78 2.67 2.50 2.15 1.89 1.86 1.81 1.80

(19 games) (20 games) (18 games) (18 games) (20 games) (20 games) (19 games) (21 games) (21 games) (20 games)

1997 2002 2005 2001 1996 1995 1994 1998 2004 2007

SHOTS PER GAME 1997 1998 1994 2002 1995 2004 2001 2003 2008 2007

ASSISTS 1. 2.

POINTS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

13 13 13 12 11 10 10 9 9 9

8. 9.

2005 2002 2001 2007 1997 1994 2003 2004 2008 2000

ASSISTS PER GAME (18 games) (18 games) (20 games) (20 games) (19 games) (19 games) (19 games) (20 games) (20 games) (21 games)

304 293 292 291 290 284 275 270 269 242

(18 games) (18 games) (19 games) (20 games) (20 games) (20 games) (19 games) (21 games) (21 games) (20 games)

PENALTY KICK ATTEMPTS 2001 2005 1997 2002 2007 2008 1994 2004 1998 2000

(59 goals) (36 goals) (25 goals) (48 goals) (57 goals) (50 goals) (36 goals) (38 goals) (39 goals) (26 goals)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

193 167 130 127 125 123 83 81 17 4

(59 goals) (36 goals) (25 goals) (50 goals) (34 goals) (38 goals) (19 goals) (14 goals) (48 goals) (36 goals)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9.65 8.35 7.06 6.58 6.50 5.86 4.50 4.37 0.94 0.21

(20 games) (20 games) (18 games) (19 games) (20 games) (21 games) (18 games) (19 games) (18 games) (19 games)

1. 2. 4.

7.

5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

4. 5. 7.

5 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2

2002 2004 1998 1996 2001 1997 2003 1999 1995 2006

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

156 155 141 132 128 118 117 111 110 110

(48 GA, 156 saves) (30 GA, 155 saves) (30 GA, 141 saves) (45 GA, 132 saves) (38 GA, 128 saves) (17 GA, 118 saves) (26 GA, 117 saves) (34 GA, 111 saves) (28 GA, 110 saves) (44 GA, 110 saves)

1999 2007 1998 1995 2008 1994 2009 1997 2001 2000

SAVES PER GAME 2002 2007 2005 2003 2008 2004 2009 2006 2001 1994

PENALTY KICKS MADE 2002 2007 2008 2001 1997 2005 1994 2004 1998 2000

1.

SAVES 2002 2007 2008 2005 2003 2004 2006 2009 2001 1994

SHOTS ON GOAL PER GAME 2005 2001 2002 2007 1997 1994 2003 2008 2000 2004

SHOTS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

16.17 15.78 15.26 15.20 14.65 14.60 14.47 12.86 12.81 12.10

SHOTS ON GOAL

42 39 39 34 32 29 29 28 27 27

1. 2.33 2. 2.17 3. 1.95 4. 1.70 5. 1.68 6. 1.53 1.53 8. 1.35 1.35 10. 1.33

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

7.80 7.75 6.95 6.71 6.50 6.40 6.21 6.11 5.84 5.50

(20 games) (20 games) (19 games) (21 games) (18 games) (20 games) (19 games) (18 games) (19 games) (20 games)

1999 2007 1995 1998 2009 2008 1994 2001 1997 2000

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1998 2004 2002 1997 2001 1996 1995 2006 1999 2003

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.874 .838 .825 .818 .811 .797 .787 .775 .771 .766

(17 GA, 118 saves) (30 GA, 155 saves) (30 GA, 141 saves) (26 GA, 117 saves) (21 GA, 90 saves) (28 GA, 110 saves) (26 GA, 96 saves) (29 GA, 100 saves) (38 GA, 128 saves) (34 GA, 111 saves)

1994 2007 1998 2009 2002 2001 2005 2003 2008 1997


GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 0.87 2. 1.03 3. 1.40 4. 1.41 1.41 6. 1.45 7. 1.49 8. 1.49 9. 1.52 10. 1.70

(17 GA, 1767 min) (21 GA, 1840 min) (26 GA, 1675 min) (30 GA, 1920 min) (26 GA, 1664 min) (31 GA, 1919 min) (29 GA, 1750 min) (30 GA, 1810 min) (28 GA, 1655 min) (34 GA, 1800 min)

1994 2002 2005 1998 2009 2004 2003 2007 2001 1996

MOST WINS 1. 2.

5. 6. 8.

13 12 12 12 11 10 10 9 9 9

(13-7-1) (12-6-0) (12-6-2) (12-4-1) (11-9-0) (10-11-0) (10-7-1) (9-10-1) (9-9-2) (9-8-2)

1998 1997 2002 1994 1995 2004 2001 2007 2008 2003

MOST SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

10 9 8 7 6 6 5 5 5 5

1994 2002 2008 1997 1998 2007 2006 2001 1996 2003

GAMES PLAYED 1.

21 21 3. 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10. 19 19 19 19

2004 1998 1999 2002 1995 2007 2008 2000 1996 2003 2006 1997 1994

MINUTES PLAYED 1. 20171 2. 20159 3. 19989 4. 19801 5. 19208 6. 18520 7. 18288 8. 18225 9. 17918 10. 16509

2004 2002 2007 2008 2003 2006 2009 1999 2005 2001

ALABAMA SOCCER STADIUM RECORDS

ATTENDANCE RECORDS

TEAM GAME RECORDS

RECORD CROWDS

Overall Points Goals Assists Shots Saves Corners Fouls Alabama Points Goals Assists Shots Saves Corners Fouls

51 20 16 63 22 22 19 35

vs. Jackson State vs. Jackson State vs. Nicholls State vs. Jackson State vs. Jackson State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Jackson State vs. Southern Methodist

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 1, 1996 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 20, 1996

51 20 16 63 13 13 19 30

vs. Jackson State vs. Jackson State vs. Nicholls State vs. Jackson State vs. Auburn vs. Vanderbilt vs. Jackson State vs. Texas A&M

Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Nov. 2, 2001 Oct. 12, 2003 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 8, 1996

vs. Georgia vs. Georgia vs. Georgia vs. Kentucky vs. Florida vs. Jackson State vs. Jacksonville vs. Vanderbilt vs. Southern Methodist

Oct. 22, 2006 Oct. 22, 2006 Oct. 22, 2006 Sept. 29, 2000 Oct. 22, 1999 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 1, 1996 Oct. 12, 2003 Sept. 20, 1996

Opponent Points 17 Goals 5 Assists 7 Shots 28 28 Saves 22 22 Corners 12 Fouls 35

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS Alabama Points 15 Libby Probst vs. Nicholls State Goals 5 Libby Probst vs. Nicholls State 5 Katie French vs. Jackson State Assists 5 Libby Probst vs. Nicholls State Shots 11 Jennifer Carle vs. South Alabama Saves 16 Justine Bernier vs. Tennessee 12 Laura Lowman vs. Vanderbilt 12 Courtney Rogers vs. Auburn 12 Rachel Brown vs. Florida

Sept. 26, 2005 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 16, 2005 Sept. 14, 1994 Oct. 25, 2007 Oct. 12, 2003 Nov. 2, 2001 Oct. 23, 1999

MISCELLANEOUS STADIUM RECORDS Longest Winning Streak 10 Sept. 14, 1997-Sept. 27, 1998 Most Wins in a Season 9 1996, 1997 Longest Game 110:00 several times Consecutive Games with a Goal 35 Sept. 12, 1994-Nov. 5, 1998 Largest Margin of Victory 20 vs. Jackson State, Sept. 22, 2002 Largest Margin of Defeat: 5 vs. Florida, Oct. 19, 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,015 2,241 2,232 1,949 1,467 1,391 1,380 1,378 1,286 1,280

at Florida at Georgia at Florida at Georgia at Florida at New Mexico at Auburn at Auburn at Georgia at Florida

Oct. 3, 2008 Sept. 10, 1999 Oct. 22, 1995 Oct. 21, 2005 Sept. 23, 2005 Sept. 2, 2005 Nov. 11, 2002 Oct. 29, 2000 Oct. 28, 2007 Oct. 20, 2000

HOME RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,252 1,213 1,202 1,107 1,105 1,056 1,052 1,009 903 880

Mississippi State Auburn Louisiana-Monroe Alabama A&M Auburn Alabama-Birmingham Wyoming Auburn Vanderbilt Tennessee Tech

Oct. 3, 2008 Nov. 2, 2007 Aug. 25, 2000 Aug. 27, 2004 Oct. 7, 1999 Sept. 9, 2005 Sept. 7, 2001 Oct. 31, 2004 Aug. 27, 1999 Sept. 12, 2003

ATTENDANCE AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1999 2000 2003 2009 2002 2008 2001 1997 1995 1998

20 dates 20 dates 19 dates 18 dates 20 dates 20 dates 18 dates 20 dates 20 dates 21 dates

646 average 623 average 601 average 570 average 561 average 537 average 502 average 407 average 401 average 388 average

HOME ATTENDANCE AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1999 2000 2002 2001 1998 2003 2008 2009 1995 1997

9 dates 11 dates 10 dates 11 dates 6 dates 9 dates 10 dates 9 dates 6 dates 9 dates

671 average 646 average 587 average 580 average 540 average 512 average 510 average 457 average 372 average 358 average

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ALL-TIME SERIES VS. OPPONENTS AKRON

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 4, 2009 W, 4-0 Albequerque, N.M.

Alabama leads 3-0 Sept. 20, 2001 W, 4-0 Aug. 29, 2004 W, 4-1 Sept. 17, 2006 W, 2-0

APPALACHIAN STATE Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 3, 1994 W, 2-0

Boone, N.C.

ALL-TIME SERIES VS. OPPONENTS ALABAMA ALABAM MA R E C O R D S

Alabama leads 2-0 Sept. 28, 2001 W, 5-1 Aug. 27, 2004 W, 7-0

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

ALABAMA STATE Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 19, 2007 W, 9-0

Tuscaloosa

AMERICAN Alabama trails 0-1 Sept. 6, 2004 L, 2-3

Harrisonburg, Va.

Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Feyetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa Fayetteville, Ark. Tuscaloosa

Mobile

Jonesboro, Ark. Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

AUBURN Alabama trails 10-6-2 Oct. 12, 1994 T, 0-0 Tuscaloosa Nov. 4, 1994 L, 1-2 (ot) Fayetteville, Ark. Oct. 25, 1995 L, 2-5 Auburn Nov. 3, 1995 W, 1-0 Auburn Oct. 25, 1996 W, 2-1 Tuscaloosa Oct. 26, 1997 W, 3-2 (2ot) Tuscaloosa Oct. 25, 1998 W, 3-2 Auburn Oct. 7, 1999 W, 3-1 Tuscaloosa Oct. 29, 2000 L, 0-3 Auburn Nov. 2, 2001 L, 1-2 (ot) Tuscaloosa Nov. 1, 2002 T, 0-0 (2ot) Auburn Oct. 31, 2003 L, 1-2 Tuscaloosa Oct. 29, 2004 L, 1-3 Auburn Oct. 28, 2005 W, 6-3 Tuscaloosa Oct. 28, 2006 L, 1-6 Auburn Nov. 2, 2007 L, 0-1 Tuscaloosa Oct. 31, 2008 L, 0-4 Auburn Oct. 30, 2009 L, 0-2 Tuscaloosa

BAYLOR Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 6, 1998 L, 1-2

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Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla Tuscaloosa

Alabama trails 2-0 Sept. 27, 1986 L, 0-5 Sept. 24, 1988 L, 0-1

Orlando, Fla. Montgomery

CHATTANOOGA Alabama leads 3-0 Sept. 9, 2001 W, 6-1 Chattanooga, Tenn. Sept. 6, 2002 W, 3-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 19, 2008 W, 5-0 Tuscaloosa

COLORADO Alabama trails 2-1 Sept. 18, 1998 W, 3-0 Sept. 17, 1999 L, 1-3 Aug. 27, 2006 L, 1-4

Tuscaloosa Boulder, Colo. Nashville, Tenn.

COLORADO COLLEGE Alabama trails 1-0 Nov. 1, 1996 L, 2-5

Waco, Texas

Nashville, Tenn.

Alabama trails 2-1 Sept. 28, 1986 L 0-11 Oct. 16, 1988 L, 0-1 Oct. 2, 1998 W, 3-2

DENVER

Tuscaloosa

GEORGIA

DUKE Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C.

Tuscaloosa Lexington, Ky. Tuscalooosa Gainesville, Fla. Athens, Ga. Tuscaloosa Athens, Ga. Tuscalooosa Athens, Ga. Tuscaloosa Athens, Ga. Tuscaloosa Athens, Ga.

W, 4-1 L, 0-2

Tuscaloosa Statesboro, Ga.

Alabama leads 1-0 Oct. 30, 1994 W, 2-0

Alabama leads 4-2 Oct. 11, 1986 L, 0-7 Nov. 1, 1986 L, 0-10 Sept. 15, 1987 W 2-0 Oct. 1, 1987 W 3-2 (ot) Sept. 21, 1988 W, 3-0 Oct. 30, 1988 W, 7-2

DUQUESNE

JACKSON STATE

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 2, 2007 W, 1-0

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 22, 2002 W, 20-0

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Mobile

Tuscaloosa Montgomery Tuscaloosa Montgomery Tuscaloosa Montgomery

Tuscaloosa

JACKSONVILLE STATE

Alabama leads 1-0 Oct. 16, 1994 W, 4-1

Alabama leads 6-0 Nov. 3, 1997 W, 5-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 1, 2000 W, 3-1 Tuscaloosa Aug. 29, 2003 W, 7-2 Jacksonville, Ala. Sept. 19, 2004 W, 3-2 (2ot) Tuscaloosa Aug. 31, 2008 W, 3-0 Tuscaloosa Aug. 30, 2009 W, 2-1 Jacksonville, Ala.

ELON Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 4, 1988 L, 2-4

Elon College, N.C.

EMORY Alabama leads 2-1 Sept. 30, 1986 L, 0-2 Sept. 13, 1987 W, 6-0 Sept. 10, 1988 W, 3-2

JACKSONVILLE Tuscaloosa Atlanta, Ga. Tuscaloosa

Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 4, 1986 L, 0-5

Alabama trails 13-0-1 Oct. 22, 1995 L, 0-5 Oct. 27, 1996 L, 1-4 Oct. 23, 1998 L, 1-3 Oct. 22, 1999 L, 0-4 Oct. 20, 2000 L, 0-6

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 1, 1996 W, 6-0

Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 26, 2003 W, 2-0

LaGrange, Ga. Tuscaloosa LaGrange, Ga.

Tuscaloosa

LOUISIANA-MONROE Alabama leads 2-0 Aug. 25, 2000 W, 4-1 Sept. 1, 2002 W, 4-0

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

LSU Alabama leads 9-5-1 Oct. 15, 1995 W, 2-0 Oct. 20, 1996 W, 6-2 Oct. 17, 1997 W, 5-0 Oct. 16, 1998 W, 2-0 Oct. 15, 1999 W, 1-0 Oct. 13, 2000 L, 1-2 Oct. 19, 2001 T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 18, 2002 W, 2-1 Oct. 24, 2003 W, 3-2 Oct. 15, 2004 W, 2-1 Oct. 14, 2005 W, 3-1 Oct. 16, 2006 L, 2-4 Oct. 14, 2007 L, 1-2 Oct. 12, 2008 L, 0-7 Oct. 2, 2009 L, 0-3

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge, La. Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge, La. Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge, La. Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge, La. Tuscaloosa Baton Rouge, La. Tuscaloosa

MARYLAND Alabama leads 1-0 Nov. 1, 1998 W, 2-1

Baton Rouge, La.

MCNEESE STATE Tuscaloosa

MEMPHIS Alabama trails 1-2-1 Sept. 2, 2006 W, 2-0 Sept. 16, 2007 L, 0-2 Aug. 29, 2008 T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 13, 2009 L, 1-2

Memphis, Tenn. Tuscalooosa Memphis, Tenn. Tuscaloosa

MERCER Alabama leads 6-0 Sept. 27, 1987 W, 2-0 Sept. 17, 1988 W, 4-1 Nov. 2, 1988 W, 3-0 Sept. 18, 2005 W, 5-1 Sept. 15, 2006 W, 3-0 Sept. 9, 2007 W, 1-0

Series tied 1-1 Oct. 4, 1998 Sept. 3, 2000

W, 3-0 L, 0-1

Mt. Berry, Ga. Macon, Ga. Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Macon, Ga.

Tuscaloosa Auburn Lexington, Ky.

Miami, Fla. Tuscaloosa

MICHIGAN Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 29, 1999 L, 1-2

KENTUCKY Alabama trails 8-4-1 Sept. 10, 1994 W, 3-0 Nov. 5, 1995 L, 1-2 Sept. 27, 1996 L, 1-2

Alabama leads 3-0 Oct. 5, 1986 W, 9-0 Oct. 10, 1987 W, forfeit Nov. 7, 1987 W, forfeit

MIAMI Harrisonburg, Va.

KANSAS Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 8, 2006 L, 1-2 (ot)

Gainesville, Fla. Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Gainesville, Fla.

Tuscaloosa

JAMES MADISON Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 4, 2004 L, 1-2

Due West, S.C.

Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 7, 2007 L, 2-3

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 27, 2001 W, 9-0

EAST CAROLINA Greenville, N.C.

Lexington, Ky. Tuscaloosa Lexington, Ky. Tuscaloosa Lexington, Ky. Tuscaloosa Lexington, Ky. Tuscaloosa Lexington, Ky. Tuscaloosa

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE

Alabama trails 10-3 Sept. 8, 1995 W, 2-1 Nov. 8, 1996 L, 2-3 Sept. 12, 1997 L, 1-2 Nov. 6, 1997 L, 2-3 Sept. 10, 1999 L, 0-1 (ot) Oct. 5, 2001 L 1-2 Oct. 4, 2002 W, 4-1 Oct. 22, 2004 W, 3-1 Oct. 21, 2005 L, 0-2 Oct. 22, 2006 L, 1-5 Oct. 28, 2007 L, 1-3 Oct. 26, 2008 L, 0-2 Oct. 22, 2009 L, 0-3

HUNTINGDON COLLEGE Nashville, Tenn.

W, 1-0 L, 2-4 L, 1-7 L, 1-4 L, 0-1 T, 1-1 (2ot) L, 0-3 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 W, 2-0

LAGRANGE COLLEGE

FURMAN

Series tied 1-1 Sept. 7, 1994 Sept. 17, 1996

Sept. 11, 1998 Sept. 29, 2000 Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 10, 2003 Oct. 1, 2004 Sept. 30, 2005 Oct. 1, 2006 Sept. 30, 2007 Sept. 28, 2008 Oct. 16, 2009

KENNESAW STATE

Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Miami, Fla.

GEORGIA STATE Davidson, N.C.

FLORIDA Mt. Berry, Ga. Tuscaloosa Mt. Berry , Ga. Montgomery

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

DAVIDSON

Alabama trails 3-0 Sept. 3, 1988 L, 0-6 Oct. 29, 1995 L, 0-7 Oct. 4, 1997 L, 0-3

L, 0-2 Tuscaloosa L, 0-5 Gainesville, Fla. L, 0-1 Tuscaloosa T, 2-2 (2ot) Gainesville, Fla. L, 1-4 Tuscaloosa L, 1-5 Gainesville, Fla. L, 6-1 Tuscaloosa L, 1-2 Orange Beach, Ala. L, 0-2 Gainesville, Fla.

Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 2, 1994 L, 0-1

ERSKINE COLLEGE

BERRY COLLEGE Alabama trails 4-0 Sept. 26, 1987 L, 1-5 Oct. 31, 2987 L, 2-4 Oct. 2, 1988 L, 0-1 Oct. 29, 1988 L, 0-6

Alabama trails 3-1 Sept. 27, 1986 L, 0-17 Oct. 14, 1988 L, 0-6 Oct. 20, 1995 L, 2-3 Nov. 3, 1996 W, 2-1

Alabama trails 1-0 Aug. 27, 2006 L, 0-4

ARKANSAS STATE Alabama leads 3-0 Sept. 18, 2001 W, 3-1 Sept. 14, 2003 W, 2-0 Sept. 4, 2004 W, 4-0

CENTRAL FLORIDA

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 4, 1994 W, 2-0

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK Alabama leads 1-0 Oct. 29, 1994 W, 4-0

Los Angeles, Calif. Fullerton, Calif.

COLLEGE OF BOCA RATON

ARKANSAS Alabama leads 10-5-2 Sept. 23, 1988 W, 3-0 Sept. 25, 1994 W, 2-0 Oct. 14, 1995 W, 4-1 Oct. 18, 1996 T, 3-3 (2ot) Oct. 19, 1997 W, 5-3 Oct. 18, 1998 W, 2-1 Oct. 17, 1999 L, 2-3 (ot) Oct. 15, 2000 L, 2-5 Oct. 21, 2001 W, 3-2 Oct. 20, 2002 L, 0-2 Oct. 26, 2003 W, 3-1 Oct. 17, 2004 W, 3-1 Oct. 16, 2005 L, 1-2 Oct. 13, 2006 L, 0-5 Oct. 12, 2007 W, 2-0 Oct. 10, 2008 W, 3-1 Oct. 4, 2009 T, 0-0 (2ot)

CAL STATE-FULLERTON Alabama trails 2-0 Sept. 21, 1997 L, 1-3 Sept. 5, 2008 L, 1-3

ALABAMA A&M

Tuscaloosa Birmingham Tuscaloosa

Oct. 25, 2002 Oct. 3, 2003 Sept. 24, 2004 Sept. 23, 2005 Sept. 24, 2006 Oct. 21, 2007 Oct. 19, 2008 Nov. 5, 2008 Oct. 9, 2009

Lexington, Ky.


MIDDLE TENNESSEE Alabama leads 3-1 Oct. 9, 1996 W, 1-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 22, 2001 L, 1-2 Mufreesboro, Tenn. Sept. 15, 2002 W, 4-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 14, 2007 W, 2-1 Tuscaloosa

MILLSAPS COLLEGE Alabama leads 3-0 Sept. 4, 1987 W, 8-0 Oct. 4, 1987 W, 4-0 Sept. 9, 1988 W, 7-0

Lexington, Ky.

Alabama leads 2-0 Oct. 22, 1994 W, 1-0 Sept. 27, 1995 W, 3-1

Oxford, Miss. Tuscaloosa Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Tuscaloosa Oxford, Miss. Tuscaloosa Oxford, Miss. Tuscalooosa Oxford, Miss Tuscaloosa Oxford, Miss. Tuscaloosa Oxford, Miss. Tuscaloosa Oxford, Miss.

Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa Starkville, Miss.

Alabama leads 1-0 Oct. 15, 1994 W, 1-0

Alabama leads 1-0 Oct. 31, 1998 W, 2-1

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 7, 1996 W, 9-0

Tuscaloosa

MONTANA Waco, Texas

NEBRASKA

W, 3-0 L, 0-1

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 5, 1997 W, 2-0

NEW MEXICO Series tied, 1-1 Sept. 22, 2000 L, 0-1 (ot) Tuscaloosa Sept. 2, 2005 W, 1-0 Albequerque, N.M.

NICHOLLS STATE Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 16, 2005 W, 14-0

Tuscaloosa

NORTHERN ARIZONA Alabama leads 2-0 Sept. 24, 2000 W, 3-1 Sept. 7, 2003 W, 1-0

Tuscaloosa Flagstaff, Ariz.

Tuscaloosa Norman, Okla.

Tuscaloosa Stillwater, Okla.

Tuscaloosa

RICE W, 2-0 L, 0-1

Tuscaloosa Houston, Texas

RHODES COLLEGE Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 6, 1987 W, 7-0

Tuscaloosa

Moon Twp., Pa.

SAM HOUSTON STATE Huntsville, Texas

SAMFORD W, 1-0 L, 0-3

Tuscaloosa Birmingham, Ala.

SANTA CLARA Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 3, 1999 L, 0-9

Lincoln, Neb.

Tuscaloosa

ORAL ROBERTS

Series tied 1-1 Sept. 12, 2008 Aug. 28, 2009

Tuscaloosa

Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 7, 2008 L, 1-7

Los Angeles, Calif.

Alabama trails 2-0 Sept. 2, 1995 L, 1-7 Sept. 4, 1998 L, 1-3

Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

Santa Clara, Calif.

SAN DIEGO Alabama leads 1-0 Aug. 30, 1997 W, 1-0 (ot) Los Angeles, Calif.

SOUTH ALABAMA Alabama leads 6-1 Sept. 14, 1994 W, 2-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 18, 1994 W, 5-2 (ot) Panama City, Fla. Oct. 17, 1995 L, 0-1 Mobile Sept. 20, 1998 W, 3-2 Tuscaloosa Sept. 13, 2002 W, 1-0 Mobile Sept. 28, 2003 W, 1-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 6, 2009 W, 5-1 Tuscaloosa

Alabama leads 3-1 Oct. 8, 1997 W, 7-1 Tuscaloosa Oct. 27, 1999 L, 3-4 (ot) Hattiesburg, Miss. Aug. 29, 2000 W, 3-0 Tuscaloosa Sept. 21, 2007 W, 3-0 Tuscaloosa

STANFORD Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 1, 1999 L, 0-3

Santa Clara, Calif

STETSON Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 17, 1994 W, 3-1

Panama City, Fla.

TEXAS TECH Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 18, 2009 W, 2-1 (2ot)

Lubbock, Texas

TCU Series tied 1-1 Sept. 15, 2000 Sept. 20, 2009

L, 0-1 W, 1-0

Fort Worth, Texas Lubbock, Texas

Alabama leads 3-0 Sept. 7, 1997 W, 10-0 Sept. 10, 2004 W, 5-0 Sept. 11, 2005 W, 5-0

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

TROY

Alabama leads 5-0 Oct. 2, 1996 W, 6-0 Oct. 29, 1997 W, 1-0 Sept. 2, 2001 W, 4-1 Aug. 30, 2002 W, 4-1 Aug. 26, 2005 W, 4-1

Tuscaloosa New Orleans, La. Tuscaloosa New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La.

UAB Alabama trails 7-2-1 Oct. 30, 1996 W, 4-0 Oct. 14, 1997 L, 2-5 Oct. 14, 1998 T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 19, 1999 L, 1-4 Sept. 10, 2002 W, 3-2 Aug. 31, 2003 L, 1-2 Sept. 21, 2004 L, 1-3 Sept. 9, 2005 L, 2-3 Sept. 10, 2006 L, 0-1 (2ot) Aug. 21, 2009 L, 0-2

Tuscaloosa Birmingham Tuscaloosa Brimingham Tuscaloosa Birmingham Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Birmingham Tuscaloosa

VANDERBILT

TENNESSEE Alabama trails 8-2-1 Sept. 14, 1997 W, 2-1 Nov. 5, 1998 W, 1-0 Sept. 12, 1999 L, 1-3 Oct. 7, 2001 L, 0-4 Oct. 6, 2002 L, 2-3 Oct. 24, 2004 L, 1-2 Oct. 23, 2005 L, 1-2 (ot) Oct. 21, 2006 L, 0-4 Oct. 25, 2007 L, 1-2 Oct. 23, 2008 T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 25, 2009 L, 0-2

Alabama trails 2-1 Sept. 15, 1995 W, 3-1 College Station, Set. 8, 1996 L, 1-2 (ot) Tuscaloosa Nov. 11, 1998 L, 1-3College Station, Texas

TULANE

SMU

OKLAHOMA STATE

Series tied 1-1 Sept. 27, 2002 Sept. 19, 2003

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 29, 1995 W, 9-1

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

Series tied 1-1 Sept. 3, 1999 W, 1-0 (ot) Sept. 10, 2000 L, 1-2

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 21, 2003 W, 5-1

UNIVERSITY OF MOBILE

Baton Rouge, La.

OKLAHOMA

Alabama leads 1-0 Aug. 31, 2007 W, 3-1

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

Wilmington, N.C.

NORTHWESTERN STATE

Series tied 1-1 Sept. 5, 1999 Sept. 8, 2000

Columbia, S.C. Tuscaloosa Columbia, S.C. Tuscaloosa Columbia, S.C. Tuscaloosa Columbia, S.C. Tuscaloosa Columbia, S.C. Tuscaloosa Columbia, S.C.

SOUTHEAST LOUISANA STATE

NORTH TEXAS

ROBERT MORRIS

Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 6, 1996 L, 0-2

Raleigh, N.C.

TEXAS A&M

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Alabama leads 3-0 Oct. 31, 2004 W, 2-1 Sept. 23, 2007 W, 5-0 Sept. 21, 2008 W, 1-0

Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 5, 1998 L, 0-1

Tuscaloosa Charlotte, N.C.

Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 24, 1987 L, 0-7

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE

Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 21, 2004 L, 0-1

Chapel Hill, N.C. Durham, N.C.

UNC-WILMINGTON

MISSISSIPPI STATE Alabama leads 9-4-2 Sept. 22, 1995 W, 2-1 Sept. 13, 1996 W, 2-1 Sept. 26, 1997 W, 2-1 Sept. 27, 1998 W, 4-0 Sept. 24, 1999 W, 1-0 Oct. 8, 2000 L, 0-2 Oct. 10, 2001 W, 2-1 Oct. 13, 2002 T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 19, 2003 T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 10, 2004 L, 1-2 Oct. 9, 2005 L, 1-2 Oct. 6, 2006 W, 1-0 Oct. 5, 2007 L, 1-3 Oct. 3, 2008 W, 1-0 Sept. 29, 2009 W, 1-0

Alabama trails 8-3 Oct. 24, 1997 W, 5-4 Oct. 24, 1999 L, 1-2 Oct. 22, 2000 L, 1-3 Oct. 27, 2002 L, 1-2 Oct. 5, 2003 L, 0-2 Sept. 26, 2004 W, 4-1 Sept. 25, 2005 L, 0-2 Sept. 22, 2006 L, 0-2 Oct. 19, 2007 L, 0-2 Oct. 17, 2008 W, 1-0 Oct. 11, 2009 L, 0-2

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

MISSISSIPPI Alabama trails 10-6 Sept. 24, 1995 W, 4-3 Oct. 10, 1995 W, 1-0 Sept. 15, 1996 L, 1-3 Sept. 28, 1997 W, 3-0 Sept. 25, 1998 W, 4-3 Sept. 26, 1999 L, 0-2 Oct. 6, 2000 W, 1-0 (2ot) Oct. 8, 2001 L, 0-1 Oct. 11, 2002 L, 1-2 Oct. 17, 2003 L, 1-3 Oct. 8, 2004 W, 1-0 (ot) Oct. 7, 2005 L, 0-3 Oct. 9, 2006 L, 0-4 Oct. 7, 2007 L, 0-3 Oct. 5, 2008 L, 1-2 Nov. 1, 2009 L, 0-1

SOUTH CAROLINA

Alabama trails 2-0 Oct. 25, 1987 L, 0-8 Oct. 3, 1997 L, 0-6

UNC-CHARLOTTE Tuscaloosa Jackson, Miss. Tuscaloosa

MINNESOTA Alabama trails 1-0 Oct. 31, 1999 L, 2-4

NORTH CAROLINA

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa

TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 12, 2004 L, 1-2 (ot)

Tuscaloosa

Alabama trails 12-2-3 Oct. 26, 1986 L, 0-2 Nov. 6, 1987 T, 0-0 Nov. 5, 1988 L, 1-3 Sept. 28, 1994 L, 0-7 Sept. 29, 1996 L, 1-2 Sept. 13, 1998 L, 1-4 Nov, 6, 1998 L, 0-1 Aug. 27, 1999 W, 2-0 (ot) Oct. 1, 2000 L, 1-2 Oct. 28, 2001 L, 1-3 Oct. 12, 2003 T, 0-0 (2ot) Oct. 3, 2004 L, 0-1 (ot) Oct. 2, 2005 L, 0-1 Sept. 29, 2006 L, 1-3 Sept. 28, 2007 T, 1-1 (2ot) Sept. 26, 2008 W, 2-0 Oct. 18, 2009 L, 0-1 (ot)

Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa

TENNESSEE-MARTIN Alabama leads 2-0 Sept. 30, 2001 W, 5-0 Nov. 3, 2002 W, 3-0

WILLIAM & MARY Tuscaloosa Martin, Tenn.

TENNESSEE TECH Alabama leads 2-0 Sept. 21, 1997 W, 5-0 Sept. 12, 2003 W, 4-1

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

Alabama leads 2-0 Oct. 22, 2000 W, 4-2 Sept. 29, 2002 W, 3-0

Tuscalooosa Spartanburg, S.C.

WRIGHT STATE Athens, Tenn. Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa

Alabama leads 1-0 Sept. 14, 2008 W, 1-0 (2ot)

Tuscaloosa

WYOMING Series tied 1-1 Sept. 7, 2001 Sept. 5, 2003

TEXAS Alabama trails 4-0 Oct. 9, 1994 L, 0-1 Sept. 17, 1995 L, 0-2 Sept. 19, 1999 L, 1-2 (ot) Sept. 17, 2000 L, 0-6

Williamsburg, Va.

WOFFORD

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN Alabama leads 2-1 Sept. 20, 1986 L, 3-4 Oct. 25, 1986 W, 5-1 Aug. 27, 1988 W, 4-0

Alabama trails 1-0 Sept. 8, 2002 L, 1-4

W, 2-0 L, 1-2

Tuscaloosa Laramie, Wyo.

Tuscaloosa Austin, Texas Tuscaloosa Austin, Texas

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SOCCER YEAR-BY-YEAR ALABAMA ALABAM MA R E C O R D S 1986

HEAD COACH - JANKO EMEDI (Overall: 2-9, Home: 1- 2, Away: 1- 5, Neutral: 0- 2) Date Opponent Site Score Sept. 14 MEMPHIS STATE CLUB* TUSCALOOSA L 0-3 Sept. 20 Tennessee Wesleyan Athens, Tenn. L 3-4 Sept. 27 Central Florida Orlando, Fla. L 0-17 Sept. 27 College of Boca Raton Orlando, Fla. L 0-5 Sept. 28 Florida International Orlando, Fla. L 0-11 Sept. 30 EMORY TUSCALOOSA L 0-2 Oct. 4 Erskine College Due West, S.C. L 0-5 Oct. 5 LaGrange College LaGrange, Ga. W 9-0 Oct. 11 HUNTINGDON TUSCALOOSA L 0-7 Oct. 19 GEORGIA TECH CLUB* TUSCALOOSA L 0-2 Oct. 25 TENN. WESLEYAN TUSCALOOSA W 5-1 Oct. 26 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 0-2 Nov. 1 Huntingdon Montgomery L 0-10 Nov. 8 LAGRANGE COLLEGE TUSCALOOSA Cancelled * Games against club teams do not count toward overall record

Record --0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 1-6 1-7 --2-7 2-8 2-9 ---

1987

HEAD COACH - JANKO EMEDI (Overall: 9-4-1,Home: 4-1-1, Away: 4-3, Neutral: 1-0) Date Opponent Site Score Sept. 4 MILLSAPS COLLEGE^ TUSCALOOSA W 8-0 Sept. 6 RHODES COLLEGE^ TUSCALOOSA W 7-0 Sept. 13 Emory University Atlanta, Ga. W 6-0 Sept. 15 HUNTINGDON TUSCALOOSA W 2-0 Sept. 26 Berry College Mt. Berry, Ga. L 1-5 Sept. 27 Mercer University Mt. Berry, Ga. W 2-0 Oct. 1 Huntingdon Montgomery W 3-2 (ot) Oct. 4 Millsaps College Jackson, Miss. W 4-0 Oct. 10 LAGRANGE COLLEGE TUSCALOOSA Forfeit Oct. 11 SOUTHERN MISS* TUSCALOOSA W 8-0 Oct. 24 North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. L 0-7 Oct. 25 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0-8 Oct. 31 BERRY COLLEGE TUSCALOOSA L 2-4 Nov. 6 VANDERBILT# TUSCALOOSA T 0-0 Nov. 7 LaGrange College LaGrange, Ga. Forfeit ^ Crimson Tide Classic * Games against club teams do not count toward overall record # Called before completion due to smoke from nearby forest fire

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 --8-2 8-3 8-4 8-4-1 9-4-1

Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Oct. 2 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 2 Nov. 5

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

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

1994

(Overall: 13-5-1, SEC: 2-1-1, Home: 4-3-1, Away: 5-1, Neutral: 4-1) Date Opponent Site Score Record, SEC Sept. 3 Appalachian State Boone, N.C. W 2-0 1-0 Sept. 4 Davidson College Davidson, N.C. W 2-0 2-0 Sept. 7 GEORGIA SOUTHERN TUSCALOOSA W 4-1 3-0 Sept. 10 KENTUCKY TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 4-0, 1-0 Sept. 14 SOUTH ALABAMA TUSCALOOSA W 2-0 5-0, 1-0 Sept. 17 Stetson Panama City, Fla. W 3-1 6-0, 1-0 Sept. 18 South Alabama Panama City, Fla. W 5-2 (ot) 7-0, 1-0 Sept. 21 MOBILE TUSCALOOSA L 0-1 7-1, 1-0 Sept. 25 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. W 2-0 8-1, 2-0 Sept. 28 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 0-7 8-2, 2-1 Oct. 2 FURMAN TUSCALOOSA L 0-1 8-3 , 2-1 Oct. 9 TEXAS TUSCALOOSA L 0-1 8-4, 2-1 Oct. 12 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA T 0-0 8-4-1, 2-1-1 Oct. 15 UNC-Wilmington Wilmington, N.C. W 1-0 9-4-1, 2-1-1 Oct. 16 East Carolina Greenville, N.C. W 4-1 10-4-1, 2-1-1 Oct. 22 UNC-CHARLOTTE TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 11-4-1, 2-1-1 Oct. 29 Arkansas-Little Rock# Mobile, Ala. W 4-0 12-4-1, 2-1-1 Oct. 30 Georgia State# Mobile, Ala. W 2-0 13-4-1, 2-1-1 Nov. 4 Auburn% Fayetteville, Ark. L 1-2 (ot) 13-5-1, 2-1-1 @ Emerald Coast Soccer Tournament # South Alabama Invitational % SEC Tournament

1995

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY

HEAD COACH - JANKO EMEDI Date Aug. 27 Sept. 3

Elon, N.C. TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA Macon, Ga. TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA Montgomery Mt. Berry, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Montgomery Montgomery TUSCALOOSA Nashville, Tenn.

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY

1988

(Overall: 8-8, Home: 6-0, Away: 2-5, Neutral: 0-3) Opponent Site Score TENN. WESLEYAN TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 Duke Durham, N.C. L 0-6

Elon College MILLSAPS COLLEGE EMORY Mercer University HUNTINGTON ARKANSAS College of Boca Raton Berry College Central Florida Florida International Berry College Huntington MERCER Vanderbilt

Record 1-0 1-1

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 15

(Overall: 11-9-0, SEC: 6-2, Home: 6-0, Away: 4-7, Neutral: 1-2) Opponent Site Score Record, SEC SMU Dallas, Texas L 1-7 0-1 Washington Dallas, Texas L 0-4 0-2 GEORGIA TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 1-2, 1-0 Texas A&M College Station, Texas W 3-1 2-2, 1-0


Sept. 17 Texas Sept. 22 Mississippi State Sept. 24 Mississippi Sept. 27 UNC-Charlotte Sept. 29 SE LOUISIANA Oct. 1 ARK-LITTLE ROCK Oct. 10 MISSISSIPPI Oct. 14 ARKANSAS Oct. 15 LSU Oct. 17 South Alabama Oct. 20 Central Florida Oct. 22 Florida Oct. 25 Auburn Oct. 29 Duke Nov. 3 Auburn% Nov. 5 Kentucky% % SEC Tournament

Austin, Texas Starkville, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Charlotte, N.C. TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA Mobile, Ala. Orlando, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Auburn, Ala. Durham, N.C. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala.

L 0-2 W 2-1 W 4-3 W 3-1 W 9-1 W 6-0 W 1-0 W 4-1 W 2-0 L 0-1 L 2-3 L 0-5 L 2-5 L 0-7 W 1-0 L 1-2

2-3, 1-0 3-3, 2-0 4-3, 3-0 5-3, 3-0 6-3, 3-0 7-3, 3-0 8-3, 4-0 9-3, 5-0 10-3, 6-0 10-4, 6-0 10-5, 6-0 10-6, 6-1 10-7, 6-2 10-8, 6-2 11-8, 6-2 11-9, 6-2

1996

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY (Overall: 9-9-2, SEC: 3-4-1, Home: 9-2-1, Road: 0-5-1, Neutral: 0-2) Date Opponent Site Score Record Sept. 1 JACKSONVILLE UNIV. TUSCALOOSA W 6-0 1-0 Sept. 7 NW STATE TUSCALOOSA W 9-0 2-0 Sept. 8 TEXAS A&M TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 (ot) 2-1 Sept. 13 MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 3-1, 1-0 Sept. 15 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L 1-3 3-2, 1-1 Sept. 17 Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga. L 0-2 3-3, 1-1 Sept. 20 SMU TUSCALOOSA T 1-1 3-3-1, 1-1-0 Sept. 27 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. L 1-2 3-4-1, 1-2-0 Sept. 29 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 1-2 3-5-1, 1-3-0 Oct. 2 TULANE TUSCALOOSA W 6-0 4-5-1, 1-3-0 Oct. 6 Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. L 0-2 4-6-1, 1-3-0 Oct. 9 MIDDLE TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 5-6-1, 1-3-0 Oct. 18 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. T 3-3 5-6-2, 1-3-1 Oct. 20 LSU TUSCALOOSA W 6-2 6-6-2, 2-3-1 Oct. 25 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 7-6-2, 3-3-1 Oct. 27 FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA L 1-4 7-7-2, 3-4-1 Oct. 30 UAB TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 8-7-2, 3-4-1 Nov. 1 Colorado College Nashville, Tenn. L 2-5 8-8-2, 3-4-1 Nov. 3 CENTRAL FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 9-8-2, 3-4-1 Nov. 8 Georgia % Lexington, Ky. L 2-3 9-9-2, 3-4-1 %SEC Tournament

1997

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY Date Aug. 30 Sept. 1

(Overall: 14-6, SEC: 7-1, Home: 8-1, Road: 5-3, Neutral: 1-2) Opponent Site Score San Diego# Los Angeles W 1-0 (ot) Cal State-Fullerton# Los Angeles L 1-3

Record 1-0 1-1

Sept. 5 ORAL ROBERTS^ Sept. 7 TROY STATE^ Sept. 12 GEORGIA Sept. 14 TENNESSEE Sept. 21 TENNESSEE TECH Sept. 26 Mississippi State Sept. 28 Mississippi Oct. 3 North Carolina@ Oct. 4 Duke@ Oct. 8 SOUTHERN MISS. Oct. 14 UAB Oct. 17 LSU Oct. 19 ARKANSAS Oct. 24 South Carolina Oct. 26 AUBURN Oct. 29 Tulane Nov. 3 JACKSONVILLE STATE Nov. 6 Georgia% #Reebok Invitational @Duke/Adidas Soccer Classic

TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA TUSCALOOSA Starkville, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C. TUSCALOOSA Birmingham Baton Rouge, La. TUSCALOOSA Columbia, S.C. TUSCALOOSA New Orleans, La. TUSCALOOSA Gainesville, Fla. ^Crimson Classic; % SEC Tournament

W 2-0 W 10-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 5-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 L 0-6 L 0-3 W 7-1 L 2-5 W 5-0 W 5-3 W 5-4 W 3-2 (2ot) W 1-0 W 5-0 L 2-3

2-1 3-1 3-2, 0-1 4-2, 1-1 5-2, 1-1 6-2, 2-1 7-2, 3-1 7-3, 3-1 7-4, 3-1 8-4, 3-1 8-5, 3-1 9-5, 4-1 10-5, 5-1 11-5, 6-1 12-5, 7-1 13-5, 7-1 14-5, 7-1 14-6, 7-1

1998

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY (Overall: 13-7-1, SEC: 6-2-0, Home: 5-2-1, Away: 6-4, Neutral: 2-1) Date Opponent Site Score Record Sept. 4 SMU Dallas, Texas L 1-3 0-1 Sept. 5 Montana Waco, Texas L 0-1 0-2 Sept. 6 Baylor Waco, Texas L 1-2 0-3 Sept. 11 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. W 1-0 1-3, 1-0 Sept. 13 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 1-4 1-4, 1-1 Sept. 18 COLORADO TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 2-4, 1-1 Sept. 20 SOUTH ALABAMA TUSCALOOSA L 3-2 3-4, 1-1 Sept. 25 OLE MISS TUSCALOOSA W 4-3 4-4, 2-1 Sept. 27 MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 5-4, 3-1 Oct. 2 Florida International Miami, Fla. W 3-2 6-4, 3-1 Oct. 4 Miami Miami, Fla. W 3-0 7-4, 3-1 Oct. 14 UAB TUSCALOOSA T 1-1 7-4-1, 3-1-0 Oct. 16 LSU Baton Rouge, La. W 2-0 8-4-1, 4-1-0 Oct. 18 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. W 2-1 9-4-1, 5-1-0 Oct. 23 FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA L 1-3 9-5-1, 5-2-0 Oct. 25 Auburn Auburn, Ala. W 3-2 10-5-1, 6-2-0 Oct. 31 North Texas# Baton Rouge, La. W 2-1 11-5-1, 6-2-0 Nov. 1 Maryland# Baton Rouge, La. W 2-1 12-5-1, 6-2-0 Nov. 5 TENNESSEE% TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 13-5-1, 6-2-0 Nov. 6 VANDERBILT% TUSCALOOSA L 0-1 13-6-1, 6-2-0 Nov. 11 Texas A&M$ College Station, Texas L 1-3 13-7-1, 6-2-0 # LSU Invitational % SEC Tournament $ NCAA Tournament

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1999

2002

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY

SOCCER YEAR-BY-YEAR ALABAMA ALABAM MA R E C O R D S

(Overall: 6-14, SEC: 3-6, Home: 5-4, Away: 1-7, Neutral: 0-3) Date Opponent Site Score Aug. 27 VANDERBILT TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 (ot) Sept. 3 OKLAHOMA TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 (ot) Sept. 5 OKLAHOMA ST. TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 Sept. 10 Georgia Athens, Ga. L 0-1 (ot) Sept. 12 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L 1-3 Sept. 17 Colorado Boulder, Colo. L 1-3 Sept. 19 TEXAS TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 (ot) Sept. 24 Mississippi St. Starkville, Miss. W 1-0 Sept. 26 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L 0-2 Oct. 1 Stanford$ Santa Clara, Calif. L 0-3 Oct. 3 Santa Clara$ Santa Clara, Calif. L 0-9 Oct. 7 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA W 3-1 Oct. 15 LSU TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 Oct. 17 ARKANSAS TUSCALOOSA L 2-3 (ot) Oct. 19 UAB Birmingham, Ala. L 1-4 Oct. 22 FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA L 0-4 Oct. 24 SOUTH CAROLINA TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 Oct. 27 Southern Miss Hattiesburg, Miss. L 3-4 (ot) Oct. 29 Michigan% Lexington, Ky. L 1-2 Oct. 31 Minnesota% Lexington, Ky. L 2-4 $ Santa Clara Nike Invitational % SEC/Big 10 Challenge

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1, 0-1 3-2, 0-2 3-3, 0-2 3-4, 0-2 4-4, 1-2 4-5, 1-3 4-6, 1-3 4-7, 1-3 5-7, 2-3 6-7, 3-3 6-8, 3-4 6-9, 3-4 6-10, 3-5 6-11, 3-6 6-12, 3-6 6-13, 3-6 6-14, 3-6

Date Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Nov. 1 Nov. 3

2003

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY

2000

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY Date Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Oct. 29

(Overall: 6-14, SEC: 1-8, Home: 6-5, Away: 0-9) Opponent Site Score LOUISIANA-MONROE TUSCALOOSA W 4-1 SOUTHERN MISS TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 JACKSONVILLE STATE TUSCALOOSA W 3-1 MIAMI TUSCALOOSA L 1-0 Oklahoma St. Stillwater, Okla. L 1-0 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. L 2-1 TCU Ft. Worth, Texas L 1-0 Texas Austin, Texas L 6-0 NEW MEXICO TUSCALOOSA L 1-0 (ot) NORTHERN ARIZONA TUSCALOOSA W 3-1 NO. 12 KENTUCKY TUSCALOOSA L 4-2 VANDERBILT TUSCALOOSA L 2-1 MISSISSIPPI TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 (2ot) MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA L 2-0 LSU Baton Rouge, La. L 2-1 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. L 5-2 No. 17 Florida Gainesville, Fla. L 6-0 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. L 3-1 WOFFORD TUSCALOOSA W 4-2 Auburn Auburn, Ala. L 3-0

Record 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 4-6 4-7, 0-1 4-8, 0-2 5-8, 1-2 5-9, 1-3 5-10, 1-4 5-11, 1-5 5-12, 1-6 5-13, 1-7 6-13, 1-7 6-14, 1-8

2001

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY Date Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 2

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(Overall: 12-6-2, SEC: 2-5-2, Home: 6-3-1, Away: 6-3-1) Opponent Site Score Record Tulane New Orleans, La. W 4-1 1-0 LOUISIANA-MONROE TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 2-0 CHATTANOOGA TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 3-0 William & Mary Williamsburg, Va. L 1-4 3-1 South Alabama Mobile, Ala. W 1-0 4-1 MIDDLE TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 5-1 UAB TUSCALOOSA W 3-2 6-1 JACKSON STATE TUSCALOOSA W 20-0 7-1 RICE TUSCALOOSA W 2-0 8-1 Wofford Spartanburg, S.C. W 3-0 9-1 Georgia Athens, Ga. W 4-1 10-1, 1-0 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L 2-3 10-2, 1-1 MISSISSIPPI TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 10-3, 1-2 MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA T 1-1 10-3-1, 1-2-1 LSU Baton Rouge, La. W 2-1 11-3-1, 2-2-1 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. L 0-2 11-4-1, 2-3-1 FLORIDA (SEC-TV) TUSCALOOSA L 0-2 11-5-1, 2-4-1 SOUTH CAROLINA TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 11-6-1, 2-5-1 Auburn Auburn, Ala. T 0-0 11-6-2, 2-5-2 UT-Martin Martin, Tenn. W 3-0 12-6-2, 2-5-2

(Overall: 10-7-1, SEC: 2-6-1, Home: 7-3-1, Away: 3-4-0) Opponent Site Score Record TULANE TUSCALOOSA W 4-1 1-0 WYOMING TUSCALOOSA W 2-0 2-0 Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. W 6-1 3-0 Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. W 3-1 4-0 BHAM-SOUTHERN TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 5-0 Middle Tennessee St. Murfreesboro, Tenn. L 1-2 5-1 TUSCALOOSA W 9-0 6-1 MCNEESE STATE ALABAMA A&M TUSCALOOSA W 5-1 7-1 UT-MARTIN TUSCALOOSA W 5-0 8-1 GEORGIA TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 8-2-0, 0-1-0 TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA L 0-4 8-3-0, 0-2-0 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L 0-1 8-4-0, 0-3-0 Mississippi St. Starkville, Miss. W 2-1 9-4-0, 1-3-0 LSU TUSCALOOSA T 0-0 9-4-1, 1-3-1 ARKANSAS TUSCALOOSA W 3-2 10-4-1, 2-3-1 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. L 1-7 10-5-1, 2-4-1 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 1-3 10-6-1, 2-5-1 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA L 1-2 (ot) 10-7-1, 2-6-1

Date Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 31

(Overall: 9-8-2, SEC: 2-5-2, Home: 6-2-1, Away: 3-6-1) Opponent Site Score Jacksonville State Jacksonville, Ala. W 7-2 UAB Birmingham, Ala. L, 2-1 Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. L, 2-1 Northern Arizona Flagstaff, Ariz. W, 1-0 TENNESSEE TECH TUSCALOOSA W, 4-1 ARKANSAS STATE TUSCALOOSA W, 2-0 Rice Houston, Texas L, 1-0 Sam Houston State Huntsville, Texas W, 5-1 LA.-LAFAYETTE TUSCALOOSA W, 2-0 SOUTH ALABAMA TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 No. 7 Florida at Gainesville, Fla. L, 5-0 South Carolina Columbia, SC L, 2-0 KENTUCKY TUSCALOOSA L, 4-1 VANDERBILT TUSCALOOSA T, 0-0 No. 22 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L, 3-1 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. T, 1-1 LSU TUSCALOOSA W, 3-2 ARKANSAS TUSCALOOSA W, 3-1 NO. 11 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA L, 2-1

Record 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 7-3-0 7-4-0, 0-1-0 7-5-0, 0-2-0 7-6-0, 0-3-0 7-6-1, 0-3-1 7-7-1, 0-4-1 7-7-2, 0-4-2 8-7-2, 1-4-2 9-7-2, 2-4-2 9-8-2, 2-5-2

2004

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY (Overall: 10-11, SEC: 5-6, Home: 7-4, Away: 3-5, Neutral: 0-2) Date Opponent Site Score Record Aug. 27 ALABAMA A&M TUSCALOOSA W 7-0 1-0 Aug. 29 Birmingham-Southern Birmingham W 4-1 2-0 Sept. 4 James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. L 2-1 2-1 Sept. 6 American Harrisonburg, Va. L 3-2 2-2 Sept. 10 TROY TUSCALOOSA W 5-0 3-2 Sept. 12 CHATTANOOGA TUSCALOOSA L 2-1 (ot) 3-3 Sept. 19 JACKSONVILLE STATE TUSCALOOSA W 3-2 (2ot) 4-3 Sept. 21 UAB TUSCALOOSA L 3-1 4-4 Sept. 24 FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA L 1-0 4-5, 0-1 Sept. 26 SOUTH CAROLINA TUSCALOOSA W 4-1 5-5, 1-1 Oct. 1 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. L 1-0 5-6, 1-2 Oct. 3 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 1-0 (ot) 5-7, 1-3 Oct. 8 MISSISSIPPI TUSCALOOSA W 1-0 (ot) 6-7, 2-3 Oct. 10 MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA L 2-1 6-8, 2-4 Oct. 15 LSU Baton Rouge, La. W 2-1 7-8, 3-4 Oct. 17 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. W 3-1 8-8, 4-4 Oct. 22 GEORGIA TUSCALOOSA W 3-1 9-8, 5-4 Oct. 24 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L 2-1 9-9, 5-5 Oct. 29 Auburn Auburn, Ala. L 3-1 9-10, 5-6 Oct. 31 MISS. VALLEY STATE TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 10-10, 5-6 Nov. 3 %Florida Auburn, Ala. L 2-0 10-11, 5-6 % SEC Tournament


2005

2008

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY (Overall: 8-8-2, SEC: 2-7-2, Home: 5-4-1, Away: 2-4-1, Neutral: 1-0) Date Opponent Site Score Record Aug. 26 Tulane^ New Orleans, La. W 4-1 1-0-0 Aug. 28 North Dakota State^ New Orleans, La. Cancelled 1-0-0 Sept. 2 New MexicoNo. Albuquerque, N.M. W 1-0 2-0-0 Sept. 4 AkronNo. Albuquerque, N.M. W 4-0 3-0-0 Sept. 9 UAB TUSCALOOSA L 3-2 3-1-0 Sept. 11 TROY TUSCALOOSA W 5-0 4-1-0 Sept. 16 NICHOLLS STATE TUSCALOOSA W 14-0 5-1-0 Sept. 18 MERCER TUSCALOOSA W 5-1 6-1-0 Sept. 23 Florida Gainesville, Fla. T 2-2 (2ot) 6-1-1, 0-0-1 Sept. 25 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. L 2-0 6-2-1, 0-1-1 Sept. 30 KENTUCKY TUSCALOOSA T 1-1 (2ot) 6-2-2, 0-1-2 Oct. 2 VANDERBILT TUSCALOOSA L 1-0 6-3-2, 0-2-2 Oct. 7 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L 3-0 6-4-2, 0-3-2 Oct. 9 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. L 2-1 6-5-2, 0-4-2 Oct. 14 LSU TUSCALOOSA W 3-1 7-5-2, 1-4-2 Oct. 16 ARKANSAS TUSCALOOSA L 2-1 7-6-2, 1-5-2 Oct. 21 Georgia Athens, Ga. L 2-0 7-7-2, 1-6-2 Oct. 23 TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA L 2-1 (ot) 7-8-2, 1-7-2 Oct. 28 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA W 6-3 8-8-2, 2-7-2

2006

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY Date Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Oct. 28

(Overall: 5-14-0, SEC: 1-10, Home: 3-4, Away: 1-7, Neutral: 1-3) Opponent Site Score Record Denver Nashville, Tenn. L 4-0 0-1-0 Colorado Nashville, Tenn. L, 4-1 0-2-0 Memphis Memphis, Tenn. W 2-0 1-2-0 ARKANSAS STATE TUSCALOOSA W 4-0 2-2-0 KANSAS TUSCALOOSA L 2-1(ot) 2-3-0 UAB Birmingham, Ala. L 1-0 (2ot) 2-4-0 MERCER TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 3-4-0 BHAM-SOUTHERN TUSCALOOSA W 2-0 4-4-0 SOUTH CAROLINA TUSCALOOSA. L 2-0 4-5-0, 0-1-0 NO. 24 FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA L 4-1 4-6-0, 0-2-0 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 3-1 4-7-0, 0-3-0 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. L 3-0 4-8-0, 0-4-0 MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 5-8-0, 1-4-0 MISSISSIPPI TUSCALOOSA L, 4-0 5-9-0, 1-5-0 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. L, 5-0 5-10-0,1-6-0 LSU Baton Rouge, La. L 4-2 5-11-0, 1-7-0 No. 16 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L 4-0 5-12-0, 1-8-0 GEORGIA TUSCALOOSA L 5-1 5-13-0. 1-9-0 Auburn Auburn, Ala. L, 6-1 5-14-0, 1-10-0

2007

HEAD COACH - TODD BRAMBLE (Overall: 9-9-2, SEC: 4-6-1, Home: 7-3, Away: 2-5-2, Neutral: 0-1) Date Opponent Site Score Record Aug. 29 Memphis Memphis, Tenn. T, 1-1 (2ot) 0-0-1 Aug. 31 JACKSONVILLE STATE TUSCALOOSA W, 3-0 1-0-1 No. 21 Cal State Fullerton Fullerton, Calif. L, 3-1 1-1-1 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 No. 1 USC Los Angeles, Calif. L, 7-1 1-2-1 Sept. 12 SAMFORD TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 2-2-1 Sept. 14 WRIGHT STATE TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 (2ot) 3-2-1 Sept. 19 CHATTANOOGA TUSCALOOSA W, 5-0 4-2-1 Sept. 21 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 5-2-1 Sept. 26 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. W, 2-0 6-2-1, 1-0-0 Sept. 28 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. L, 2-0 6-3-1, 1-1-0 Oct. 3 MISSISSIPPI STATE TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 7-3-1, 2-1-0 Oct. 5 MISSISSIPPI TUSCALOOSA L, 2-1 7-4-1, 2-2-0 Oct. 10 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. W, 3-1 8-4-1, 3-2-0 Oct. 12 No. 19 LSU Baton Rouge, La. L, 7-0 8-5-1, 3-3-0 Oct. 17 SOUTH CAROLINA TUSCALOOSA W, 1-0 9-5-1, 4-3-0 Oct. 19 No. 10 FLORIDA TUSCALOOSA L, 6-1 9-6-1, 4-4-0 Oct. 23 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. T, 1-1 (2ot) 9-6-2, 4-4-1 Oct. 26 GEORGIA TUSCALOOSA L, 2-0 9-7-2, 4-5-1 Oct. 31 Auburn Auburn, Ala. L, 4-0 9-8-2, 4-6-1 Nov. 5 %No. 7 Florida Orange Beach, Ala. L 2-1 9-9-2 % SEC Tournament

2009

HEAD COACH - TODD BRAMBLE Date Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 30 Nov. 1

(Overall: 6-11-1, SEC: 2-8-1, Home: 2-6-1, Away: 3-5-0, Neutral: 1-0) Opponent Site Score Record UAB TUSCALOOSA L, 2-0 0-1-0 Samford Birmingham, Ala. L, 3-0 0-2-0 Jacksonville State Jacksonville, Ala. W, 2-1 1-2-0 SOUTH ALABAMA TUSCALOOSA W, 5-1 2-2-0 MEMPHIS TUSCALOOSA L, 2-1 2-3-0 Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas W, 2-1 (2ot) 3-3-0 TCU Lubbock, Texas W, 1-0 4-3-0 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. W, 1-0 5-3-0, 1-0-0 No. 17 LSU TUSCALOOSA L, 3-0 5-4-0, 1-1-0 ARKANSAS TUSCALOOSA T, 0-0 (2ot) 5-4-1, 1-1-1 No. 14 Florida Gainesville, Fla. L, 2-0 5-5-1, 1-2-1 No. 7 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. L, 0-2 5-6-1, 1-3-1 KENTUCKY TUSCALOOSA W, 2-0 6-6-1, 2-3-1 VANDERBILT TUSCALOOSA L, 1-0 (ot) 6-7-1, 2-4-1 No. 19 Georgia Athens, Ga. L, 3-0 6-8-1, 2-5-1 TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA L, 2-0 6-9-1, 2-6-1 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA L, 2-0 6-10-1, 2-7-1 No. 23 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L, 1-0 6-11-1, 2-8-1

HEAD COACH - DON STALEY Date Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 25 Oct. 22 Nov. 2

(Overall: 9-10-1, SEC: 2-8-1, Home: 6-5-1, Away: 3-5, Neutral: 0-0) Opponent Site Score Record Robert Morris Moon Township, Pa. W, 3-1 1-0-0 Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. W, 2-0 2-0-0 KENNESAW STATE TUSCALOOSA L 3-2 2-1-0 Mercer Macon, Ga. W, 1-0 3-1-0 MIDDLE TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA W, 2-1 4-1-0 MEMPHIS TUSCALOOSA L 2-0 4-2-0 ALABAMA STATE TUSCALOOSA W 9-0 5-2-0 SOUTHERN MISS TUSCALOOSA W 3-0 6-2-0 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TUSCALOOSA W 5-0 7-2-0 VANDERBILT TUSCALOOSA. T 1-1 (2ot) 7-2-1, 0-0-1 KENTUCKY TUSCALOOSA W 2-1 8-2-1, 1-0-1 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. L 3-1 8-3-1, 1-1-1 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. L 3-0 8-4-1, 1-2-1 ARKANSAS TUSCALOOSA W, 2-0 9-4-1, 2-2-1 NO. 19 LSU TUSCALOOSA L, 2-1 9-5-1, 2-3-1 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. L, 2-0 9-6-1, 2-4-1 Florida Gainesville, Fla. L 5-1 9-7-1, 2-5-1 NO. 12 TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA L 2-1 9-8-1, 2-6-1 No. 20 Georgia Athens, Ga. L 3-1 9-9-1. 2-7-1 AUBURN TUSCALOOSA L, 1-0 9-10-1, 2-8-1

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A Ahnell, Emily, MF, 1994-95 Alexander, Leigh, M/F, 2002-05 Allaway, Jessica, D, 2007 Allen, Shannon, GK, 1987 Amijo, Ariel, MF, 2010 Atherton, Molly, MF, 2010

B

ALL-TIME ROSTER

ALABAMA ALABAM MA R E C O R D S

Bailey, Maggie, D, 2007 Baker, Leigh, M, 2003 Baker, Rebecca, M/F, 2000-04 Baker, Suzanne, M, 2003-06 Barker, Sydney,M/D, 2007 Barnes, Nellie, D, 1996-97 Battle, Dawn, D, 1998-01 Baylot, Laura, MF, 1994-95 Beard, Susie, MF, 2004-07 Bernier, Danielle, D, 2007 Bernier, Justine, GK, 2007-present Blevins, Cindy, STR/GK, 1994 Bolz, Caroline, D, 2000-03 Bonfanti, Brindly, SWP/MB, 1995 Booth, Pam, HB, 1988 Bowen, Lauren, G, 2000-01 Boyd, Kylie, F, 2002-2005 Breaugh, Kelsey, D, 2009-present Brooks, Shanna, GK, 2010 Brown, Kylee, MF, 2009-present Brown, Rachel, GK, 1998-99 Brown, Sue, MB, 1994 Browning, Jeannette, M, 2001-02, 2004 Browning, Tracy, F, 1987 Bush, Mary Ellen, D, 1997 Butera, Alex, D, 2005-2009

C Camp, Andrea, D, 1987 Carle, Jennifer, STR, 1994-97 Carle, Tiffany, F, 1997-2000 Carson, Carly, GK, 2003 Casto, Courtney, D, 2005-06 Caton, Lindsay, D, 2002 Churchwell, Valerie, 1986 Cockrill, Courtney, M, 2002-05 Collins, Annie B., F/M, 2005-07 Collins, Stacey, MF, 1988 Corken, Kailey, M, 2005-2008 Cox, Emily, GK, 2010 Cummings, Susan, FB, 1986

D Datelle, Lisa, F, 1988 Davis, Elizabeth, D, 2007 Davis, Jill, MF, 1994-97 Davis, Julie, M, 2001 Decker, Jiselle, D/M, 2001-03 Deegan, Jessica, F/M, 2005-2008 Diederich, Theresa, MF, 2010 DeLisle, Allison, D/M, 2002-05 Delman, Mindy, SWP/MF, 1994 Denecke, Tasha, G, 1998-2000 Diedrich, Ali, M, 2007 Dill, Patty, F, 1987-88 Disponet, Amy, MF, 1987-88 Dixon, Stephanie, D, 2007 Drayton, Becky, 1986 Duffy, K.K., D, 2010 Duffy, Meghan, D, 2010

E Ellis, Jennifer, MF, 1987 Erwin, Pam, F, 1986-88 Estephan, Chloe, MF, 2008 Eubank, Taylor, STR, 1994-95 Eubanks, LaTonda, G, 1997-2000 Evans, Michele, F, 1999-02

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F Farmer, Christie, G, 2004 Feinswog, Stacey, D, 1997-98 Foody, Kathleen, F, 1996-99 Ford, Ashley, F, 1987-88 Formby, Leah, MB, 1995-98 Forrester, Christy, 1986 Frederick, Victoria, 2007-present French, Katie, F, 2001-04 Fukunaga, Morgan, MB, 1994-95

G Gadilhe, Kristen, MF, 1994-95 Garrison, Brandee, G, 2001 Garvin, Tammy, D, 1987-88 Gilbert, Ann, M, 2000 Glibbery, Carrie, D, 1987-88 Gudmens, Kara, G, 2005-2008 Guenther, Gretchen, MF, 1987 Gurley, Margaret, GK, 1988

H Haight, Sara, D, 2002-03 Hall, Fabrizia, FB, 1986 Heck, Kristina, D, 1988 Higgins, Cari, STP/MF, 1994-97 Hinkle, Carol, GK, 1988 Holovach, Natalie, M, 2005 Holtzapfel, Katie, M, 2000-03 Hubbard, Rayme, MF, 2004 Hull, Hailey, D, 2007-present

Matthews, Dana, GK, 1986 McClendon, Beth, D, 2008 McCotter,?Courtney, M, 2001-02 McGee, Melissa, F/M, 1997-2000 McLain, Jessica, F, 2000 McLeod, Laura, G/F, 1986 McRee, Kristin, D, 2000-02 Michael, Suzanne, F, 1986-87 Miller, Christine, MF, 1995-98 Montgomery, Melissa, D/M, 2000-03 Morrill, Cally, M/F, 2002-05 Mosely, Erin, D, 2001 Motheral, Kathleen, M, 1998-01 Mouring, Martha, MF, 1996-99 Mullens, Kim, D, 1988 Myers, Autumn, F/MF, 2008 Mygrants, Carly, M, 2007-present

N Nash, Dawn, F, 2000-03 Neidlinger, Kirstie, MF, 1995-96 Nicholls, Laura, GK, 2009-present Nirider, Katie, F, 2001-03

O O’Banion, Jordan, F, 2004-07 O’Connor, Nellie, F, 1995-98 O’Hern, Shannon, D, 2008 O’Loughlin, Suzanne, MF, 1987-88 Ondriezek. Brianna, F, 2007 Ortegon, Amanda, F, 2009-present O’Steen, Callie, D, 2007 Osberry, Crystal, F, 2002-03

I Imwalle, Lauren, M, 2000-03 Ingram, Paige, D, 1988

J Jablonski, Karen, M/F, 1988 Jannik, Elizabeth, F, 2000-03 Jentoft, Heidi, GK, 1987 Johnson, Tracy, HB, 1986 Johnston, Tracy, FB, 1986 Jones, Shelly, M, 2001 Joyner, Jessica, M, 2002 Justice, Terri, D, 1988

K Keller, Missy, D, 1999-02 Kelly, Cara, D, 2005-2008 Kercher, Barclay, F, 1987-88 Khanna, Kendall, F, 2010 Kilburn, Gillian, M, 2003-06 King, Kelly, F, 2007-present King, Kelsey, F, 2006-2009 King, Tia, MF, 2009-present Kirkland, Ashley, F, 1995-97 Knight, Hilary, D, 1997 Kohn, Natalie, D, 2004-07 Kubiszyn, Nikki, SWP/MF, 1994-97

L Lally, Brittni, G, 2005-06 Lansden, Karen, G, 2005-2008 Lathrop, Shannon, F/MF, 2008-present Lawson, Grace, F, 2006-2009 Lazos, Courtney, D, 2008 Lear, Katina, MF, 1994-95 Lees, Nicole, MF, 1994-97 Lerche, Amy, MF, 1994-97 Lewis, Amanda, M, 1997-2000 Logan, Tiffanie, M, 1986 Lowman, Laura, G, 2001-04 Lynn, Tina, 1986

M MacDonald, Hayley, MF, 2004-07 Malkemes, Taylre, M, 2001 Marcantel, Sarah, F, 2000

P Pappalardo, Tricia, MF, 1995-98 Pappas, Page, HB, 1986 Parks, Taylor, MF, 2008 Peeples, Melanie, 1986 Petersen, Megan, D, 2009-present Petriello, Rosaly, 2006-present Piasky, Jennifer, MF/MB, 1994 Pike, Callie, M, 2005-2008 Pistone, Ellen, F, 1986 Pitek, Emily, D, 2003-06 Pixler, Courtney, D, 2010 Plett, Shelley, FB, 1986 Posey, Colleen, F, 2005-2008 Probst, Libby, F, 2002-05 Pseja, Amy, GK, 1994-96

R Ragsdale, Brittany, D, 2001 Reddin, Laura, MF, 1996-99 Reves, Betsy, MF, 1994 Rich, Taylor, M, 2001 Rix, Josie, MF, 2009-present Rogers, Brooke, F, 2007-present Rogers, Courtney, G, 2001-02 Rosenbaum, Amy, STR, 1994 Rowe, Kelly, M, 2000 Ruta, Lauren, MF, 2008-present

S Sanders, Ellen, MF, 1998-01 Scarbrough, Kirstie, D, 1987-88 Scheidt, Ashley, M, 2006-2008 Schuble, Jennifer, F, 2001 Schuchman, Rachel, D, 1988 Shepard, Christina T., FB, 1986 Shine, Lynne, HB, 1986 Sillers, Lindsey, MF, 2009-present Slapikas, Shereen, FB, 1986-1988 Smith, Amanda, MF, 1998-99 Smith, Ellie, MF, 2010 Smith, Gigi, F, 1986 Smith, Kaitlyn, MF, 2009-present Stang, Chelsea, MF, 2004-06 Strickland, Jewelia, D, 2010

T Timmerman, Tracey, MF, 1996-1999 Tyo, Jacqlyn, D, 1996

V Van Winkle, Courtney, F, 2003

W Walker, Chantelle, D, 1987 Warner, Carrie, GK, 1996-1997 Warren, Regilyn, GK, 1997 Watson, Danielle, F, 1998-2001 Weh, Ashley, MB, 1994 Whalen, Maura, F, 1987-1988 Wilde, Amy, C/F, 1987-1988 Willis, Ashley, MF, 2009-present Wisse, Krissy, MF, 1998-1999 Wittig, Molly, M, 2007-present Wolfkeil, Veronika, MF/D, 2008-present Woolbright, Katie, D, 2009-present Worley, Jennifer, HB, 1986

Y Young, Angela, MF, 1994-1997

Z Zarzour, Kim, D, 1999-02 Zimmerman, Jamie, M, 2006-2008

HEAD COACHES Bramble, Todd, 2008-present Emedi, Janko, 1986-88 Staley, Don, 1994-07

ASSISTANT COACHES Barnes, Katie, 2004-06 Caldwell, Shanna, 2005 Clowney, Tatum, 2008-present Crow, Dawn, 1999-2000 Dodds, Phillip, 1987- 88 Hampton, Jeremy, 2006-07 Hawkey, Matt, 2008 Lowe, Jason, 2009-present McGrath, Karen, 1994-95 Miller, Karrie, 1998 Mitchell, Melissa, 1996-98 Patterson, Teresa, 2002-03 Ramsden, Tim, 1994, 1999 Richardson, Rena, 2001-03 Rodgers, Aaron, 1998-1999 Smith, Nikki, 2000; 2006-07 Topolski, Laura, 1994-95 Williams, Sue, 1996-1998 Wooten, Chase, 2001-02



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