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Saint Louis

2010 Women’s soccer


2010 Billiken Women’s Soccer Quick Facts Location............................................................................... St. Louis, Mo. Founded..............................................................................................1818 Enrollment.................................................................................... 13,313 Colors.......................................................................Royal Blue & White Nickname.....................................................................................Billikens Conference.............................................................................Atlantic 10 President............................................................... Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Director of Athletics...........................................................Chris May Senior Woman Administrator.................................. Janet Oberle Head Coach................................................................... Tim Champion Alma Mater...............................................Harris-Stowe State, 1979 Saint Louis Record................................. 167-88-30 (14 seasons) Career Record........................................ 227-102-33 (17 seasons) Assistant Coach.........................Kelly Ferguson (Saint Louis, 2006) Assistant Coach......................... Rob LaMear (Notre Dame, 1991)

Soccer Office Phone.....................................................314.977.3266 Facility..................................................... Robert R. Hermann Stadium Capacity........................................................................................6,050 Press Box Phone........................................................314.977.2011 2009 Overall Record....................................................................8-9-4 2009 Atlantic 10 Record/Finish................................ 4-4-3/Tie-5th Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................5/6 Players Returning/Lost.............................................................. 17/17 Women’s Soccer Contact.......................................... Mickey Smith Office Phone................................................................314.977.3463 Home/Cell Phone......................................................314.610.8496 Office Fax......................................................................314.977.3178 E-mail................................................................... msmit145@slu.edu Web Site............................................................www.SLUBillikens.com Ticket Office Phone..................................................... 314.977.4SLU

Table of Contents Quick Facts................................... Inside front 2010 Schedule................................................. 1 Robert R. Hermann Stadium....................... 2 Hermann Stadium Records.......................... 3 2010 Roster/Pronunciations........................ 4 2010 Season Outlook............................... 5-6 Head Coach Tim Champion.................... 7-8 Assistant Coach Kelly Ferguson................. 8 Assistant Coach Rob LaMear...................... 9 2010 Player Profiles...............................10-29 What’s a Billiken?.........................................30 2010 Opponents....................................31-35 2009 Overall Statistics................................36

2009 Atlantic 10 Statistics..........................37 2009 Results..................................................38 2009 Box Scores....................................38-42 2009 Atlantic 10 Review.............................43 Academic Excellence...................................44 Community Service.....................................44 Career Records............................................45 Season Records......................................46-47 Season Records By Class.....................48-49 Game Records..............................................50 All-Time Awards and Honors.............51-52 All-Time Roster............................................53 Year-By-Year Results..............................54-55

All-Time Series Records.......................56-57 Saint Louis University............................58-59 University President Lawrence Biondi....60 Director of Athletics Chris May...............61 Department of Athletics Directory.........62 Athletic Facilities..........................................63 Athletic Academic Services........................64 Strength and Conditioning.........................65 Sports Medicine............................................66 SLU Athletics in the Community..............67 NCAA Booster Guidelines........................68 Atlantic 10 Conference..............................69 City of St. Louis......................................70-71


SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 2010 WOMEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE (All times are Central)

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

Saturday Aug. 14

ARKANSAS (exh.)

Hermann Stadium

7 p.m.

Friday

Aug. 20

MEMPHIS

Hermann Stadium

5 p.m.

Sunday

Aug. 22

MURRAY STATE

Hermann Stadium

1 p.m.

Friday

Aug. 27

vs. Towson (Duquesne Classic) Pittsburgh, Pa.

Sunday

Aug. 29

vs. Marist (Duquesne Classic)

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Friday

Sept. 3

at SMU

Dallas, Texas

7 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 10

at Butler

Indianapolis, Ind.

4 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 12

LOUISVILLE

Hermann Stadium

1 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 17

MISSOURI STATE

Hermann Stadium

7 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 19

LOYOLA (Md.)

Hermann Stadium

1 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 26

at Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa

1 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 1

at Rhode Island*

Kingston, R.I.

6 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 3

at Massachusetts*

Amherst, Mass.

Noon

Friday

Oct. 8

DUQUESNE*

Hermann Stadium

7 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 10

ST. BONAVENTURE*

Hermann Stadium

1 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 15

RICHMOND*

Hermann Stadium

7 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 17

GEORGE WASHINGTON* Hermann Stadium

1 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 23

at Charlotte*

Charlotte, N.C.

6 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 29

at Temple*

Philadelphia, Pa.

2 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 31

at Saint Joseph’s*

Philadelphia, Pa.

Noon

Thursday

Nov. 4

A-10 Quarterfinals

Kingston, R.I.

TBA

Friday

Nov. 5

A-10 Semifinals

Kingston, R.I.

TBA

Sunday

Nov. 7

A-10 Final

Kingston, R.I.

TBA

*Atlantic 10 Conference game

4 p.m. 11 a.m.


Robert R. Hermann Stadium

The 1999 season was a significant hallmark for Saint Louis University’s soccer programs. The women’s and men’s teams returned to the renovated Robert R. Hermann Stadium and enjoyed the benefits of a true home-field advantage as each won a Conference USA title. Between the SLU teams, Hermann Stadium has hosted seven conference tournaments and has been an NCAA Tournament venue in nine of the 11 years since the renovation. Most notably, the facility was the home of the 2006 NCAA Men’s Soccer College Cup, which SLU hosted in conjunction with the St. Louis Sports Commission. The stadium is located one block east of Grand Boulevard on Laclede Avenue, just behind the Busch Student Center. Parking is available a short walking distance away in a 2,000-car garage at the intersection of Olive Boulevard and Compton Avenue. The Billiken Sports Center’s baseball and softball diamonds are adjacent to Hermann Stadium, and Chaifetz Arena, which opened in April 2008, is located to the southeast. The Hermann Stadium renovation began March 17, 1999, with the removal of the synthetic surface.The sod for the natural-grass field was laid May 25. The state-of-the-art surface is a mixture of blue grasses that cover 155,000 square feet. The Billikens play on a regulation 120x75-yard soccer pitch. The surface sits upon an 8,400-ton root zone composed of 90 percent sand and 10 percent peat moss. A four-inch gravel drainage blanket is composed of 3,100 tons of pea gravel. The drainage system is capable of filtering 10 inches of rain in an hour. The grass is watered by a sprinkler system that features 70 sprinkler heads connected by approximately 1.5 miles of piping. The addition of permanent seating on the east side of the stadium, along with expansion of the main grandstand, increased the facility’s seating capacity from 2,400 to 6,050. Munie Outdoor Services of Caseyville, Ill., was the contractor for the project under the direction of the University’s grounds and materials management office. The Billiken men’s team christened Hermann Stadium by knocking off defending national champion and preseason No. 1 Indiana 3-2 in an exhibition game Aug. 21, 1999, before a record on-campus crowd of 6,517. The women’s team also won its

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inaugural game at Hermann Stadium, prevailing 5-3 over Iowa Aug. 27. Mandy Trokey netted the Bills’ first goal at the facility. After hosting three conference tournaments on the pitch, including the 2006 Atlantic 10 Championship, the women’s team played its first-ever NCAA Tournament games at Hermann Stadium that same season. The A-10 Championship returned in 2008. Originally opened for play in 1990 as The Billiken Sports Center, the facility was home to the men’s soccer team until 1994. It also served as the site for NCAA Division I and II playoff games and as the home field for other local collegiate soccer programs when their fields were unplayable due to severe weather conditions.

Covering Billiken Soccer at Hermann Stadium Credentials Requests for media credentials should be submitted to assistant sports information director Mickey Smith via e-mail (msmit145@slu.edu) or by telephone (314.977.3463). Requested credentials will be available at the ticket tent nearest the Olive/Compton Parking Garage, located at the corner of Olive Blvd. and Compton Ave. There is a $5 parking fee per car. Press Box Services A full-service, enclosed press box is available to the media. Halftime and final statistics will be provided to all media in the press box. Telephone and ethernet lines are available before, during and following each game, and the stadium has wireless capability as well. Postgame Interviews Approximately 10 minutes after each game, head coach Tim Champion and requested players will be available for questions.

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Hermann Stadium Records

Team Goals SLU – 10 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 4 by Illinois, 11/12/06, and Wisconsin, 11/4/01

First-Half Points SLU – 12 vs. Temple, 10/22/06 Opponent – 7 by Charlotte, 11/1/02

First-Half Goals SLU – 4 vs. Temple, 10/22/06, and Drury, 8/25/00 Opponent – 2, four times, last by Vanderbilt, 9/14/08

Second-Half Points SLU – 20 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 9 by Iowa, 8/27/99

Second-Half Goals SLU – 7 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 3 by Iowa, 8/27/99

Shots SLU – 39 vs. Arkansas State, 8/31/03 Opponent – 22 by Nebraska, 9/5/08

Assists SLU – 9 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 5 by Charlotte, 11/1/02

Fouls SLU – 26 vs. Marquette, 9/17/99 Opponent – 25 by SEMO, 9/18/06, and Marquette, 9/17/99

First-Half Assists SLU – 4 vs. Temple, 10/22/06, and Massachusetts, 10/2/09 Opponent – 3 by Charlotte, 11/1/02

Corner Kicks SLU – 18 vs. Western Illinois, 10/18/02 Opponent – 8 by Iowa, 9/18/01, and Charlotte, 10/30/09

Second-Half Assists SLU – 6 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 3 by Iowa, 8/27/99

Goalkeeper Saves SLU – 10, four times, last vs. Nebraska, 9/5/08 Opponent – 15 by Arkansas State, 8/31/03

Points SLU – 29 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 12 by Illinois, 11/12/06

Margin of Victory SLU – 10 (10-0) vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 3 (1-4) by Illinois, 11/12/06

Individual Goals SLU – 3 by Jamie Perry vs. Drury, 8/30/02; by Anny Lucier vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 2 by Ali Wean, Saint Joseph’s, 10/20/06; by Molly Meuer, Wisconsin, 11/4/01; by Laura Greenburg, TCU, 9/23/01; by Kate Walse, Iowa, 8/27/99 First-Half Goals SLU – 2, six times, last by Kelly Ferguson vs. La Salle, 10/30/05 Opponent – 2 by Molly Meuer, Wisconsin, 11/4/01 Second-Half Goals SLU – 2 by Alyssa Mautz vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/14/07; by Julia Bradenberg vs. Illinois, 9/14/06; by Jamie Perry vs. Drury, 8/30/02; by Anny Lucier vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 2 by Kate Walse, Iowa, 8/27/99 Assists SLU – 4 by Jenny Kehl vs. DePaul, 10/28/01 Opponent – 2 by Kristy Weeks, Illinois, 11/12/06; by Tiffany Ross, Charlotte, 11/1/02 First-Half Assists SLU – 2, six times, last by Dee Guempel vs. Temple, 10/22/06 Opponent – 1 by several players

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Second-Half Assists SLU – 3 by Jenny Kehl vs. DePaul, 10/28/01 Opponent – 1 by several players Points SLU – 7 by Anny Lucier vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 4 by Molly Meuer, Wisconsin, 11/4/01; by Laura Greenburg, TCU, 9/23/01; by Kate Walse, Iowa, 8/27/99 First-Half Points SLU – 4, six times, last by Kelly Ferguson vs. La Salle, 10/30/05 Opponent – 4 by Molly Meuer, Wisconsin, 11/4/01 Second-Half Points SLU – 5 by Alyssa Mautz vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/14/07; by Anny Lucier vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Opponent – 4 by Kate Walse, Iowa, 8/27/99 Shots SLU – 11 by Jamie Perry vs. Arkansas State, 8/31/03 Opponent – 6 by Kassandra Spitler, Rhode Island, 10/26/07 Goalkeeper Saves SLU – 10 by Hannah Perry vs. Nebraska, 9/5/08; by Hannah Koesterer vs. Rhode Island, 10/26/07; by Meghann Burke vs. Marquette, 10/13/02 Opponent – 15 by Adrienne Mann, Arkansas State, 8/31/03

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2010 Roster

Numerical o. N 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 29 35

Name Jade Davis Katie Walsh Jessie Jarrett Maggie Baumann Kristyn Gawin Emily Kryzer Alli Reimer Caitlin Werkmeister Ashley Brazill Colleen Kustura Jasmina Suljic Jacqui Smith Christine Steinmetz Maddie Gebauer Jessica Lopez Jenny Hummert Liz Kaiser Christina Brown Tori Belgeri Emily Viviano Allison Hu Kailey Pretzlaff Emily Dolan Maura McKernan Kaitlyn Doescher Amber Zdanovec

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

Pos. GK GK MF/F B B/MF B/MF B/MF F F/MF MF MF/F B B MF/F MF MF MF MF/B MF B B MF/F B/MF F MF/F GK

Ht. 5-9 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-9 5-1 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-9 5-2 5-4 5-5 5-7 5-7

Hometown (High School) Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando) Chesterfield, Mo. (Whitfield) Bellbrook, Ohio (Bellbrook) Wildwood, Mo. (St. Joseph’s) Madison, Wis. (Middleton) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mount Carmel) St. Charles, Mo. (Duchesne) St. Louis, Mo. (Cor Jesu) St. Charles, Mo. (Incarnate Word) Huntington Beach, Calif. (Ocean View) St. Louis, Mo. (Oakville) St. Louis, Mo. (St. Joseph’s) Palatine, Ill. (St.Viator) Cedar Hill, Mo. (St. Joseph’s) Chandler, Ariz. (Seton Catholic Prep) Wildwood, Mo. (St. Joseph’s) St. Louis, Mo. (Ursuline) St. Charles, Mo. (Duchesne) St. Louis, Mo. (Ursuline) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) St. Charles, Mo. (Duchesne) Carrollton, Texas (Hebron) Town and Country, Mo. (St. Joseph’s) St. Louis, Mo. (Visitation) Waddell, Ariz. (Millennium) Appleton, Wis. (Appleton East)

Alphabetical No. 2 19 7 18 00 29 23 3 12 21 14 1 15 4 8 13 26 22 5 10 11 9 20 0 6 35

Name Maggie Baumann Tori Belgeri Ashley Brazill Christina Brown Jade Davis Kaitlyn Doescher Emily Dolan Kristyn Gawin Maddie Gebauer Allison Hu Jenny Hummert Jessie Jarrett Liz Kaiser Emily Kryzer Colleen Kustura Jessica Lopez Maura McKernan Kailey Pretzlaff Alli Reimer Jacqui Smith Christine Steinmetz Jasmina Suljic Emily Viviano Katie Walsh Caitlin Werkmeister Amber Zdanovec

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

Pos. B MF F/MF MF/B GK MF/F B/MF B/MF MF/F B MF MF/F MF B/MF MF MF F MF/F B/MF B B MF/F B GK F GK

Head Coach: Tim Champion (15th season) Assistant Coaches: Kelly Ferguson (fourth season), Rob LaMear (sixth season)

Pronunciations Maggie Baumann BOW (how)-mann Tori Belgeri bel-JERRY Ashley Brazill BRAZZ-uhl Kaitlyn Doescher DOE-shur Kristyn Gawin GAY-win Maddie Gebauer GAY-bow (how)-er Allison Hu HUE Colleen Kustura koo-STUR-uh Kailey Pretzlaff PRETZ-loff Alli Reimer RYE-mer Jasmina Suljic yaz-ME-nuh SOOL-yich Emily Viviano viv-ee-AH-no Amber Zdanovec DAN-o-vick Amber Zdanovec

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Christina Brown

2010 SLU Women’s Soccer


2010 Season Outlook The Saint Louis University women’s soccer team isn’t quite as rich in experience as it was in 2009 when the Billikens’ roster featured 19 upperclassmen, including 13 seniors. However, head coach Tim Champion sees in his team a positive characteristic he believes will help the 2010 Bills overcome the loss of so many veterans and create a foundation for success. “This is a transition year because we lost a lot of seniors who played a significant amount of time the past three or four seasons,” Champion said. “We’re a fairly young team that will need to work hard, especially on defense, to be good.With that in mind, it’s encouraging to know that we have a lot of players who have a strong work ethic. If the effort they are giving during training camp continues throughout the season, it should be a fun year.” The Billikens return 17 players, including five starters, from last year’s team. The 2010 squad is composed of eight seniors – including a pair of fifth-year players, back Jacqui Smith and goalkeeper Amber Zdanovec – four juniors, seven sophomores (including two transfers) and seven freshmen. GOALKEEPER Zdanovec, who is enrolled in SLU’s School of Medicine, returns for a fifth season. She played in six games and started twice last year, posting a 1-1-1 record and a 1.33 goals against average. “Amber is our starting goalkeeper heading into the season,” Champion said. “She is an experienced player who actually won the starting job toward the end of last year. Competing while attending her first year of medical school will be challenging, but Amber is the kind of student-athlete who can handle it.” Two sophomore transfers will battle Zdanovec for time between the posts. Jade Davis saw action in two games without allowing a goal at Mississippi a year ago, while Katie Walsh started 10 contests at Murray State and tallied a 5-4-1 ledger and a 1.90 GAA. “Jade will be out for a few weeks because of an injury,” Champion said. “She is a talented keeper with good size, but unfortunately we have to wait to see what kind of contribution she can make. Katie played almost 900 minutes as a freshman, and that experience will help us. “All three players have great qualities and experience. It will be a competitive situation for our keepers.”

Allison Hu made the 2009 Atlantic 10 Conference All-Rookie team.

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Jacqui Smith, who started all 21 games last season, leads the Billiken backs.

DEFENSE The Billiken defense was as strong as usual last season, ranking third in the Atlantic 10 Conference in GAA (0.91) and shutouts (10). Smith, who started all 21 games in 2009, returns to anchor a back line looking to remain stingy. “Although Jacqui missed quite a bit of time earlier in her career because of injuries, she has been a starter for us when healthy,” Champion said. “She is a tremendous competitor who has the ability to shut down opposing players. We expect her to provide strong leadership.” Seniors Kristyn Gawin and Emily Kryzer are viable candidates to join Smith in the starting lineup. “Kristyn and Emily have done a great job for three years,” Champion said. “Like Jacqui, both are hardworking, physical players who defend well and are leaders. All three have the type of working-class mentality we need to be successful on defense.” Senior Christina Brown missed the 2008 campaign following surgery and saw a limited number of minutes last year. Now at full strength, Brown is expected to play a major role somewhere between the back and the midfield. “Christina came to preseason camp ready to go,” Champion said. “She is a skilled, creative player who can score goals and contribute significantly in several ways.We’re hoping for big things from her this season.” Another senior, Christine Steinmetz, earned five starts last year but is coming off surgery. Based on her play the past two seasons, Champion knows the Billikens have another solid option if Steinmetz returns to full strength. “Christine runs well and plays hard,” Champion said. “She has played wide back for us and has considerable experience, but we have to see how quickly she recovers.” Sophomores Allison Hu, Emily Viviano and Maggie Baumann played important roles as rookies for the 2009 Bills. Hu started every game and garnered a place on the A-10 AllRookie team. Viviano started 19 times, while Baumann played in 20 games and earned three starts. “Allison probably was one of our best backs last year,” Champion said. “She and Maggie have great speed and skill. Emily also did a great job for us in a starting role last season. Because continued

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2010 Season Outlook Freshman Maddie Gebauer is coming off a knee injury and will not be back on the field until the midpoint of the season, while freshman Liz Kaiser likely is out for the year after suffering a preseason knee injury.

Ashley Brazill led the 2009 Billikens with eight assists and tallied four goals.

of the experience they gained as freshmen, I’m looking forward to seeing the transition into their sophomore year and hoping they continue to make an impact.” Sophomore Alli Reimer played sparingly in 2009 but appears to be on her way to becoming a mainstay in the defensive rotation. “Alli is a good central player,” Champion said. “She is a skilled, powerful player who is strong in the air and distributes the ball well. I expect Alli to contribute at center back or in the central midfield.” Freshman Emily Dolan has been moved to the back line but also can play in the midfield because of her ball-striking ability. “Emily is a strong player with good speed,” Champion said. MIDFIELD Saint Louis appears to have solid depth in the midfield. Junior Colleen Kustura, who drew 16 starts a year ago, is an emerging leader at a center-mid position. “Colleen’s role probably will be as a holding central midfielder,” Champion said. “She has good size and speed, is great in the air and is good on the ball. Her experience and consistency should help in the middle of the field. I look for Colleen to have a big year.” Junior Jessica Lopez is slated for an outside spot. “Jess played up top early in her career, but we’re moving her to see if we can make our midfield a little stronger,” Champion said. Sophomore Kaitlyn Doescher tasted collegiate competition last season and is ready to assume a greater role in 2010. “Kaitlyn is a lefty who probably will play wide on the left,” Champion said. “She is a strong, physical player who strikes the ball well and delivers good crosses.” Freshmen Jenny Hummert, Tori Belgeri and Kailey Pretzlaff will compete for playing time in the midfield. “Jenny is a mature player who should adjust quickly to the college game,” Champion said. “She has great speed and field awareness and is very good in the air. Tori sees the field well and has good skills, but she is recovering from an illness that has slowed her progress. If she rounds into form, she should have an impact. Kailey has a high work rate, strikes the ball well and is fast enough to get forward.”

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FORWARD Senior Ashley Brazill enjoyed a breakout season in 2009, recording team bests of eight assists and 16 points while netting four goals. She tied for sixth in the A-10 and tied for 10th on SLU’s single-season list in assists. “Ashley has remarkable technical ability and is good working in tight spaces,” Champion said. “She’ll be our target player up top. Ashley has an extremely high work rate and toughness.” Junior Jasmina Suljic seeks an enhanced role on the Billiken front line after playing in 17 games last year. Freshman Jessie Jarrett also will contend for playing time. “Jasmina is a good technical player with quick moves,” Champion said. “She can run at defenders and pressure them, and she can counter. “Jessie is the type of forward you like to bring into your program,” Champion said. “She beats players with her speed, is good on the ball and finds the net. She also does a great job of passing the ball. Jessie has the ability to execute and combine well with her teammates.” Caitlin Werkmeister is ready to contribute in her senior year. “Caitlin has played forward and in the midfield,” Champion said. “She could contribute up top or on one of the wings.” Junior Maura McKernan is out with a season-ending injury. THE SCHEDULE AND A-10 RACE The A-10 has trimmed its schedule from 11 to nine games, which gives Saint Louis 10 non-conference contests. The Billikens face 2009 league champions Memphis (Conference USA), Murray State (Ohio Valley Conference) and Loyola (Md.) (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference). Towson and Marist join Loyola to give SLU three East Coast foes, a necessity created by the Bills’ placement in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Region. SMU, Butler, Louisville, Missouri State and Iowa also are on the non-conference docket. “Our early schedule should prepare us well for the A-10 and show us what we need to do to improve and move forward,” Champion said. “We play some good, physical teams, so our younger players will have to learn how to adapt quickly.” A match at perennial A-10 power Charlotte is the marquee conference game for SLU, which was picked to finish fourth by Colleen Kustura is expected to the league’s head coaches. Besides the 49ers, who be one of SLU’s top midfielders. were chosen to place second behind defending champion Dayton, the Bills face only two teams – Richmond (No. 5) and St. Bonaventure (No. 7) – predicted to finish in the upper half of the standings.

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Meet the Coaching Staff

TIM CHAMPION • Head Coach (15th season) Tim Champion became the first head coach of the Saint Louis University women’s soccer team in January 1996 after the University announced the addition of the sport the previous spring. In 14 years at the helm, Champion has led the Billikens to a 167-8830 (.639) record, two NCAA Tournament appearances, a pair of Atlantic 10 Conference Championship titles and three regular-season conference crowns. The 1999 and 2004 Conference USA Coach of the Year has mentored All-Americans Meghann Burke and Courtney Hulcer, 14 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) AllRegion selections and 29 players who have combined to earn 54 All-Conference honors. Additionally, the SLU program boasts nine NSCAA Scholar All-Americans, five ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans and four women’s soccer conference StudentAthletes of the Year. Champion carries a 17-year career mark of 227-102-33 into the 2010 campaign. His .673 win percentage and 227 victories rank 25th and 30th, respectively, all-time among coaches with at least 10 seasons as an NCAA Division I head coach. The win percentage is 28th in the nation and the victory total is 23rd among active coaches with at least five years as a Division I head coach. Saint Louis has registered a double-digit victory total 11 times in the 14-year history of the program. After winning their second C-USA regular-season title in 2004, Champion’s Billikens did not miss a beat in switching to the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2005. SLU stormed to a school-record 16 wins, one better than in 2004, and posted an 8-0-0 record in A-10 play to win the regular-season title. A pair of 1-0 shutouts in the

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A-10 Championship made Champion’s squad the first women’s team at SLU to earn an NCAA Tournament berth. Making the national event was not enough for the Bills, who knocked off No. 18 Stanford in the first round before falling to No. 5 Santa Clara on the Broncos’ home field. The 2006 squad duplicated the 2005 team’s A-10 Championship title and returned to the second round of the NCAA Tournament following a first-round triumph over Drake. Five Billikens garnered A-10 All-Conference accolades, and three went on to earn NSCAA All-Region honors. While the program is known nationally for its defense, SLU had three 20-point scorers in 2005 and again in 2006, all of whom ranked among the A-10’s top 10. The 2004 Billikens had six double-digit scorers, but it was a retooled defense that garnered national recognition. Saint Louis’ 0.58 goals against average ranked 10th in the nation, and its 0.59 shutout percentage was the eighth best in the country. The team’s 13 shutouts matched the school record set in 2003. In 1999, just the fourth season of the program, Champion led the Billikens to the University’s first outright Conference USA

The Champion Award Collection

• Conference USA Coach of the Year (1999, 2004) • Soccer Buzz Central Region Coach of the Year (1999) • NAIA national women’s Coach of the Year finalist (1995) • American Midwest Conference women’s Coach of the Year (1995) • NAIA Midwest Coach of the Year (1984, 1994, 1995) • NSCAA girls’ Midwest high school Coach of the Year (1994, 1995) • Missouri girls’ high school Coach of the Year (1988) regular-season title. The Billikens broke every single-season team record en route to the championship, including a 10-game unbeaten streak that wrapped up the regular season. The team’s 14-3-3 overall record and 8-1-2 conference mark were bests in the program’s brief history. A year later, the team surpassed its best league record with an 8-0-3 mark. Champion’s 2003 squad set a school record with 13 shutouts, including the C-USA Championship quarterfinals and semifinals. In addition to having six All-Conference players and the conference Freshman of the Year in 1999, Champion was selected by his C-USA colleagues as Coach of the Year. He also was named Region Coach of the Year by Soccer Buzz. Two players, Trisha Underberg and Kelly Young, were named to the NSCAA All-Region first team, the first such selections in program history. Since then, 12 more Billikens have collected NSCAA All-Region honors. Meghann Burke became the program’s first NSCAA AllAmerican and the University’s first female athlete chosen in a professional draft when the WUSA’s Carolina Courage selected her in the second round of the 2003 draft. Courtney Hulcer was the first of Champion’s players to earn All-America honors in two seasons, as she was recognized by Soccer Buzz in 2004 and 2006. Before coming to SLU, Champion coached women’s soccer at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., for two seasons and posted a 40-10-2 record. He directed the Lady Lions to NAIA national runner-up honors and the NAIA Midwest Regional championship in 1994 and 1995. Champion is a three-time NAIA Women’s Midwest Collegiate Coach of the Year. continued

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Meet the Coaching Staff Before his stint at Lindenwood, Champion enjoyed seasons with Cardinal Newman College’s (St. Louis, Mo.) men’s and women’s teams. He directed the men to the National Little College Athletic Association national championship in 1981 and the women to an NAIA runner-up finish in 1984. He also was an assistant coach for the Saint Louis University men’s team from 1986 to 1992. In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, Champion has a long association with St. Louis regional youth soccer. Prior to accepting his post at Saint Louis, he compiled a 130-33-11 record over eight seasons at Nerinx Hall High School. He led Nerinx Hall to

a state championship and was named Missouri Girls’ High School Coach of the Year in 1988. Champion directed Nerinx Hall to a state runner-up finish in 1994, and the team advanced to the state semifinals in 1995. He was named NSCAA Girls’ Midwest High School Coach of the Year both seasons. Champion earned a bachelor of science degree in education at Harris-Stowe State University in 1979, a master’s degree in education at Washington (Mo.) University in 1987 and a doctorate in higher education administration at SLU in 2006. He lives in St. Louis with his wife, Debbie, and their son Tim.

Champion’s Collegiate Coaching Record Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1984 Total

Record 8-9-4 11-6-4 10-6-2 15-4-2 16-5-0 15-6-1 14-5-3 13-6-1 8-10-1 13-5-3 14-3-3 7-12-1 11-5-3 12-6-2 19-4-1 21-6-1 20-4-1 227-102-33

Pct. .476 .619 .611 .762 .761 .705 .705 .675 .447 .690 .775 .375 .658 .650 .813 .768 .820 .673

School Championships Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis A-10 Tournament Saint Louis A-10 Tournament & regular season Saint Louis C-USA regular season Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis C-USA regular season Saint Louis Saint Louis Saint Louis Lindenwood NAIA Midwest Region Lindenwood NAIA Midwest Region Cardinal Newman 17 Seasons

Postseason A-10 semifinals A-10 semifinals A-10 quarterfinals NCAA second round NCAA second round C-USA final C-USA final C-USA quarterfinals C-USA quarterfinals C-USA semifinals C-USA quarterfinals C-USA quarterfinals C-USA quarterfinals C-USA semifinals NAIA runner-up NAIA runner-up NAIA runner-up

KELLY FERGUSON • Assistant Coach (fourth season) Kelly Ferguson joined the Saint Louis staff in July 2007, returning to her alma mater a year after concluding a stellar playing career. In addition to her on-the-field coaching responsibilities, Ferguson assists head coach Tim Champion in the organization of travel, practices and recruiting. “It’s important to have role models and mentors as assistant coaches, and Kelly Ferguson is certainly that,” Champion said. “She has good relationships with our players, knows our system and brings a competitive passion to whatever she does. She has knowledge of the game and is a great example of how to be a successful studentathlete.” Ferguson worked as a development professional at Edward Jones following her graduation from the University in 2006. She continued to be involved in soccer, however, serving as junior varsity coach at St. Joseph’s Academy in 2006 and working with a St. Louis Soccer Club developmental team in the spring of 2007. A member of Saint Louis’ All-Decade Team, Ferguson capped her playing career with an outstanding senior campaign that

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earned her second-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Region and firstteam All-Atlantic 10 honors. Her record-breaking sixth gamewinning goal of the season came in the program’s first NCAA Tournament game as the Billikens upended No. 18 Stanford 2-0. Ferguson was second on the team in 2005 with a career-high 24 points (11G, 2A), tying for second on the SLU single-season list with 11 goals. The offensive outburst catapulted her into the program’s all-time top 10 in career points (10th, 48), goals (seventh, 20) and game-winning goals (tie-second, 10). Ferguson was the quintessential student-athlete, adding NSCAA Scholar All-America and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District plaudits to her All-Region honor and three AllConference accolades. Prior to her arrival at SLU in 2002, Ferguson helped St. Joseph’s Academy in St. Louis win a state championship and earn the No. 1 national ranking during her senior season. She also was a member of the Busch Soccer Club (now St. Louis Soccer Club) that captured a regional title in 2002. Ferguson graduated from the University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in human resource management. She earned a master’s degree in higher education administration from SLU in 2010.

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ROB LaMEAR • Assistant Coach (sixth season) Rob LaMear became part of the Billiken women’s soccer staff in August 2005, adding to his already impressive club and prep coaching resume. In 2008, LaMear was the senior youth director for the girls’ program at St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club and a member of the Region 2 Olympic Development Program staff. He had served on the Missouri ODP girls’ coaching staff since 2003. LaMear helped form Missouri Premier SC, a girls-only club, in 2006 and acted as its executive director until 2008 when it merged with Gallagher SC. Missouri Premier had several age groups ranked in the top 30 nationally in its inaugural season. The U-15 MP merged team was the 2008 national runner-up. Prior to joining Missouri Premier, LaMear was director of coaching for the Wolfpack SC girls’ program. He led the U-14 and U-18 clubs to the Missouri State Cup final in 2005, with the U-14 club claiming the championship. A part of Wolfpack SC since 1996, LaMear was named director of coaching in 2000. He held that title for the boys’ program in 2001 and 2002 as well. LaMear led Wolfpack groups to Missouri state championships in 2002 (U-15) and 2005 (U-14) and took four other teams to State Cup finals. His 1999 U-17 team was a

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USA Cup finalist, and his U-16 group won the 2003 U.S. Club Soccer regional championship. In addition to his club coaching, LaMear was an assistant at Visitation Academy in St. Louis in 2004 and 2005.The Vivettes were the Missouri 1A state champions in 2004 and district champs in 2005. LaMear’s lengthy playing career included three seasons at Notre Dame, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in English and business in 1991. He went on to play two seasons for Sutton United of the Diadora League in London and one year for the French Division 2 team Amiens AC. LaMear also holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from MissouriSt. Louis. He earned a U.S. Soccer Federation A coaching license in 2010. In his spare time, LaMear acts as CEO of the SharePoint hosting pioneer FPWEB.NET.He and his wife, Bridgid, have two daughters, Brynn and Kyan.When not in the board room or on the pitch,he may be found fly fishing in a local trout stream.

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#10 • JACQUI SMITH 5-7 • Sr. • B • St. Louis, Mo. • St. Joseph’s • Nursing Major 2009: Was one of only two Billikens to start all 21 games … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … was the Billikens’ Defensive Player of the Year … played a primary role in the Bills’ 0.91 goals against average … registered two shots (George Washington, Charlotte), both on goal … played all 110 minutes in double-overtime games at Missouri State, vs. Richmond and vs. Charlotte … logged 104 minutes vs. La Salle, 93 minutes at Dayton and five 90-minute complete games. 2008: Injuries limited her to five games and two starts … helped the defense produce consecutive shutouts at Army (2-0), against Nebraska (1-0) and against Missouri State (0-0) … recorded a shot at Army … played a season-high 82 minutes against Butler … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2007: Played in seven games, including five A-10 regular-season games and the A-10 Championship first-round clash against Dayton … started six of her seven contests, including the last four games of the season … helped the Billiken defense post shutouts against Richmond (2-0), George Washington (1-0) and Massachusetts (2-0) … took a shot against Richmond. 2006: Was an A-10 All-Championship selection … started the last six games of the season … continued her solid play in the central defense, helping limit Drake to one shot on goal in each half of the NCAA Tournament first-round game … was outstanding defensively in the A-10 Championship final, helping hold Fordham to four shots … assisted on Dee Guempel’s game-winner in the A-10 semifinals … earned a start at Dayton after a solid outing at Xavier … returned to the lineup at St. Bonaventure after missing the previous two games with an injury … made her first career start against Toledo after coming off the bench in the previous five games.

Jacqui’s Career Highs Assists 1 vs. Rhode Island, 11/3/06 Points 1 vs. Rhode Island, 11/3/06 Shots 1, 6x, last vs. Charlotte, 10/30/09

At St. Joseph’s: Played four years for coach Maureen McVey’s Angels … was a two-time All-Metro selection and a three-time All-Conference player … helped guide the Angels to 17 shutouts and a 24-1-1 overall record as a senior, and earned Missouri Defender of the Year honors that season … played in the Missouri Athletic Club North-South Senior All-Star Game … also played for the JB Marine club team that won five consecutive state titles.

Jacqui’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2006 19/9 2 0 1 1 0 1 2007 7/6 1 0 0 0 0 0 2008 5/2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2009 21/21 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 52/38 6 0 1 1 0 1

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#35 • AMBER ZDANOVEC 5-7 • Sr. • GK • Appleton, Wis. • Appleton East • SLU School of Medicine Begins her final season ranked ninth in minutes (562:27), tied for ninth in wins (three) and 10th in saves (23) on the Saint Louis career lists … graduated magna cum laude in May 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and mathematics (double major). 2009: Played in six games and started two … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) for the fall semester … received the Billikens’ Sweetspot Award in recognition of her willingness to help her teammates … turned in a 1-1-1 record, a 1.33 goals against average and 15 saves … entered the George Washington game midway through the first half and made five saves to register a victory … played a career-high 110 minutes in a 2-2 tie vs. Richmond … also went the distance at Temple, making a career-high six saves in a 1-0 loss. 2008: Received the Billikens’ Sweetspot Award … did not see any game action … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2007: Did not see any game action.

Amber’s Career Highs Saves 6 at Temple, 10/25/09 Minutes 110 vs. Richmond, 10/18/09

2006: Played in three games, including two starts ... did not allow a goal in 225 minutes of play ... made two saves off the bench in a shutout of Temple ... earned her second shutout (3-0) in as many starts and made three saves at St. Bonaventure ... made her debut at Duquesne, collecting three saves in a 6-0 shutout. At Appleton East: Played four years for coach Nate Werner’s Patriots ... was a three-time All-Conference selection and twice earned AllArea honors ... named the school’s Outstanding Senior Female Athlete ... helped lead the team to four straight appearances in the sectionals ... also earned four letters in tennis ... was a three-time All-Conference selection and a state qualifier twice.

Amber’s Career Statistics Year G/GS MIN SV SO GA GAA W-L-T 2006 3/2 225:00 8 2 0 0.00 2-0-0 2009 6/2 337:27 15 0 5 1.33 1-1-1 Totals 9/4 562:27 23 2 5 0.80 3-1-1

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#7 • ASHLEY BRAZILL 5-5 • Sr. • F/MF • St. Charles, Mo. • Incarnate Word • Communication Major 2009: Played in all 21 games and started 15 … led the team in points (16) and assists (eight), ranked second in shots (45) and was third in goals (four) and shots on goal (19) … tied for 10th on SLU’s single-season list with eight assists … on the Billikens’ singleseason lists for juniors, was fifth in shots and tied for fifth in assists and game-winning assists (three) … in all games, tied for sixth in the A-10 in assists per game (0.38) … led the Bills in goals (three), assists (six) and points (12) in A-10 action … in conference games only, tied for the league lead in assists per game (0.55) and tied for seventh in points per game (1.09) … had career highs of three assists and five points in a 4-0 win at Xavier … the three assists were SLU’s season high, while the five points tied for the team’s season best … registered a goal, an assist and a career-high seven shots in a 3-0 win over St. Bonaventure in the A-10 Championship quarterfinals … her four shots on goal vs. the Bonnies tied for the Billikens’ season high … scored SLU’s first goal to tie the game at 1-1, then assisted on the Bills’ second marker in the 89th minute in a 2-2 tie vs. Richmond … scored her first collegiate goal and added an assist in a 4-0 victory over Massachusetts … tallied an assist in a 1-0 win over Air Force … assisted on the first goal to help beat George Washington 2-1 … played a season-high 105 minutes vs. Charlotte and 93 minutes in the regular-season game at Dayton. 2008: Played in 16 games and started 10 … assisted on Kelly Waeckerle’s insurance goal and had a shot in a 2-0 win at George Washington … also took a shot against Nebraska, Temple, Xavier and Rhode Island … played a season-high 75 minutes in a 1-0 victory over Xavier. 2007: Played in all 18 games, starting in a 2-0 win over Massachusetts and in a 3-2 victory at Saint Joseph’s … fired two shots, both on goal, against UMass and also had two shots at Temple and at Ohio State.

Ashley’s Career Highs Goals 1, 4x, last vs. St. Bonaventure, 11/5/09 Assists 3 at Xavier, 10/9/09 Points 5 at Xavier, 10/9/09 Shots 7 vs. St. Bonaventure, 11/5/09

At Incarnate Word: Played four years for coach Kristy Bush’s Red Knights … helped the team capture the state title in 2004 and 2005 and a second-place finish in 2007 … named second-team All-Metro in 2007 after netting 18 points (6G, 6A) … earned second-team All-State honors in 2006 … also played for the St. Louis Soccer Club that won three straight state championships and was a 2007 regional finalist.

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Ashley’s Career Statistics G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 18/2 11 0 0 0 0 0 16/10 5 0 1 1 0 0 21/15 45 4 8 16 1 3 55/27 61 4 9 17 1 3

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#18 • CHRISTINA BROWN 5-7 • Sr. • MF/B • St. Charles, Mo. • Duchesne • Education Major 2009: Played in 18 games and started two … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … was one of two Billikens to score two goals in a game in 2009 when she found the back of the net twice in a 4-0 win at Xavier … established career highs with two goals, four points and four shots in that game … played a season-high 40 minutes vs. Richmond. 2008: Missed the entire season due to injury. 2007: Played in all 18 games with eight starts, including four A-10 contests … assisted on an insurance goal and registered two shots in a 2-0 win over Richmond … tallied a shot in six other games. At Duchesne: Earned four letters for coach Dave Thurmer’s Pioneers … named Missouri Class 1 Player of the Year as a senior, scoring 44 points (19G, 6A) … captured All-State honors her last two seasons and was the Missouri Class 1 Offensive Player of the Year as a junior … was a four-time All-Conference selection … helped her team win two district championships … played two years in Missouri ODP and was part of the JB Marine Soccer Club.

Christina’s Career Highs Goals 2 at Xavier, 10/9/09 Assists 1 vs. Richmond, 10/12/07 Points 4 at Xavier, 10/9/09 Shots 4 at Xavier, 10/9/09

Christina’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2007 18/8 8 0 1 1 0 0 2009 18/2 9 2 0 4 1 0 Totals 36/10 17 2 1 5 1 0

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#3 • KRISTYN GAWIN 5-8 • Sr. • B/MF • Madison, Wis. • Middleton • Biology Major 2009: Played in 11 games … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) for the fall semester … launched three shots, all on goal … played a season-high 57 minutes at Temple. 2008: Played in 18 games and started the first 11 contests of the season … helped the Billiken defense post a league-best 0.78 goals against average and 10 shutouts … tied her career high with two shots and played all 110 minutes in a 2-2 tie against Vanderbilt … fired a shot against Nebraska, Missouri State and Northwestern … played 92 minutes at Northwestern … went the 90-minute distance against Seton Hall,Army and Nebraska … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2007: Played in 14 games with five starts … started five of the first six games … had two shots, including one on goal, in a 1-0 win over George Washington and a shot on goal in a 2-0 win over La Salle. At Middleton: Earned three letters for coach Ken Burghy’s Cardinals … named All-Area Player of the Year as a senior … was a two-time All-Conference selection … posted eight points (3G, 2A) as a senior, including game-winning goals in the sectional semifinals and state quarterfinals … anchored a defensive unit that put up a 16-game shutout streak in 2007, delivering sectional and regional championships … helped the team win the state championship as a junior in 2006 with a 21-0-4 record, the first undefeated season in Middleton soccer history … was part of school history as the team made its state tournament debut in 2005 and advanced to the tournament all three years.

Kristyn’s Career Highs Shots 2, 2x, last vs.Vanderbilt, 9/14/08

Kristyn’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2007 14/5 3 0 0 0 0 0 2008 18/11 5 0 0 0 0 0 2009 11/0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 43/16 11 0 0 0 0 0

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#4 • EMILY KRYZER 5-4 • Sr. • B/MF • Wichita, Kan. • Kapaun Mount Carmel • English Major 2009: Played in 10 games … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … recipient of the team’s 110 Percent Award … scored her first collegiate goal vs. Dayton in the A-10 Championship semifinals … played a season-high 58 minutes at Temple. 2008: Played in 16 games … started at Rhode Island … took a shot against Army, Missouri State, Fordham and Massachusetts … played a season-high 47 minutes at Army … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2007: Did not see any game action. At Kapaun Mount Carmel: Was a four-year starter for coach Alan Shepherd’s Crusaders … earned All-State and All-Region honors her junior and senior years … was a three-time All-City selection … netted seven goals and 12 assists as a senior, helping guide the team to a 19-2-0 record and a third-place finish in the state tournament … helped the team collect four City League and regional championships … was part of the Kansas ODP from 2001-05 and spent four of those years on the state select team.

Emily’s Career Highs Goals 1 vs. Dayton, 11/6/09 Points 2 vs. Dayton, 11/6/09 Shots 1, 6x, last vs. Dayton, 11/6/09

Emily’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2008 16/1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2009 10/0 2 1 0 2 0 0 Totals 26/1 6 1 0 2 0 0

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#11 • CHRISTINE STEINMETZ 5-7 • Sr. • B • Palatine, Ill. • St. Viator • Nutrition & Dietetics Major 2009: Played in 17 games and started five … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … four of her five starts came in A-10 games … played a season-high 67 minutes vs. Massachusetts. 2008: Played in 20 games and earned five starting assignments, including both of SLU’s A-10 Championship games … scored her first career goal in the sixth minute of the Billikens’ 2-1 victory over St. Bonaventure in the A-10 Championship first round … also registered a shot against Northwestern, Saint Joseph’s and Temple … played the entire game at Fordham and against Xavier … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2007: Did not see any game action. At St. Viator: Played three years for coaches Rory Dames’ and Roberto Avendano’s Lions … named All-Sectional and All-Area as a senior … netted 12 points (5G, 2A) in her final season, helping the team to the Illinois Class AA regional final and a 13-7-4 record … did not play for the Lions as a junior but trained full-time with her Eclipse Select team, which won the national championship … played on the Illinois Class A state championship team as a sophomore.

Christine’s Career Highs Goals 1 vs. St. Bonaventure, 11/6/08 Points 2 vs. St. Bonaventure, 11/6/08 Shots 1, 4x, last vs. St. Bonaventure, 11/6/08

Christine’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2008 20/5 4 1 0 2 0 0 2009 17/5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37/10 4 1 0 2 0 0

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#6 • CAITLIN WERKMEISTER 5-6 • Sr. • F • St. Louis, Mo. • Cor Jesu • Athletic Training Major 2009: Played in 10 games … logged a season-high 44 minutes at Xavier. 2008: Saw action in 18 games and started six, including both SLU games in the A-10 Championship … tied her career high with two shots, both on goal, against Saint Joseph’s … launched a shot against Temple, Xavier, Dayton, Massachusetts and St. Bonaventure … played all 90 minutes against Rhode Island, St. Bonaventure and Charlotte in the final three games of the season. 2007: Earned minutes in nine games off the bench, including five Atlantic 10 contests … fired two shots in a 1-0 win over George Washington … her other game action included stints in victories over Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Saint Joseph’s, St. Bonaventure and Missouri State. At Cor Jesu: Played four years for coach Jim Saali’s Chargers … was a four-time AllConference selection … earned All-State and All-Metro honors her last three seasons, including first-team recognition as a senior after posting 10 goals and three assists … helped the team win a district championship as a junior in 2006 and finish second in 2005 and 2007 … was part of the Missouri ODP in 2004 and was selected to pool play at regional camp.

Caitlin’s Career Highs Shots 2, 2x, last vs. Saint Joseph’s, 10/10/08

Caitlin’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2007 9/0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2008 18/6 7 0 0 0 0 0 2009 10/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37/6 9 0 0 0 0 0

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#8 • COLLEEN KUSTURA 5-9 • Jr. • MF • Huntington Beach, Calif. • Ocean View • History Major 2009: Played in all 21 games and started 16 … helped Saint Louis register a 0.91 goals against average and 10 shutouts … fired a career-high three shots vs. Charlotte … put a shot on goal vs. Rhode Island and at Saint Joseph’s … played all 90 minutes in consecutive games against Northwestern and Cincinnati. 2008: Played in 15 games and started 10 of the last 12 contests … contributed significantly to a SLU defensive unit that led the A-10 in goals against average (0.78) and was second in shutouts (10) … played a season-high 102 minutes against Saint Joseph’s and went the 90-minute distance against St. Bonaventure in the first round of the A-10 Championship. At Ocean View: Played three years for coach David Deaton’s Seahawks … team captain … tallied 23 goals and 17 assists as a senior and was named Golden West League Offensive Most Valuable Player … helped the team win its first conference title in 22 years … threetime All-Conference choice … was a member of the Cerritos Regional Soccer Club Infinity team that earned three straight top-five finishes at its league’s Premier Level and won two League Cups … competed in track and field four years and set school records in the 800 meters, 4x100-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay … recipient of the athletics department’s Golden Hawk Award as well as the Coach’s Award for soccer and track … National Honor Society and California Scholarship Federation member.

Colleen’s Career Highs Shots 3 vs. Charlotte, 10/30/09

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Colleen’s Career Statistics G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 15/10 0 0 0 0 0 0 21/16 8 0 0 0 0 0 36/26 8 0 0 0 0 0

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#13 • JESSICA LOPEZ 5-5 • Jr. • MF • Chandler, Ariz. • Seton Catholic Prep • Nursing Major 2009: Played in five games and started at Louisville … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … had a season-high two shots, including one on goal, and played a season-high 31 minutes at Xavier. 2008: Played in 20 games and started nine … saw time at forward and in the midfield … tallied a season-high three shots at Army (two on goal) and against Missouri State … played a season-high 72 minutes at Northwestern … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the spring semester. At Seton Catholic Prep: Played four years for coach Casey Tate’s Sentinels … set school records for career assists (71) and points (217) … the team won three straight state titles … racked up 31 goals and 30 assists as a senior en route to earning first-team All-State honors for a third time … All-Arizona as a senior … Arizona Republic Small Schools Player of the Year as a junior … had the game-tying and game-winning goals in a state quarterfinals game and three assists in a state semifinals contest … her Gilbert Arsenal Premier club team earned second- and fourth-place finishes in state competition … played two years on the state ODP team … ran cross country two years, setting the school record and earning All-Region and Most Valuable Player plaudits twice … graduated with honors … was a fouryear Student-Scholar Athlete.

Jessica’s Career Highs Shots 3, 2x, last vs. Missouri State, 9/7/08

Jessica’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2008 20/9 18 0 0 0 0 0 2009 5/1 3 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 25/10 21 0 0 0 0 0

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#26 • MAURA McKERNAN 5-5 • Jr. • F • St. Louis, Mo. • Visitation • Business Administration Major 2009: Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … did not see any game action. 2008: Did not see any game action … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. At Visitation: Four-year letterwinner for coach Dick Westbrook’s Vivettes … named to the All-State and All-Conference first teams three consecutive years … tabbed St. Louis Post-Dispatch third-team All-Metro as a senior … was a Missouri Athletic Club NorthSouth Senior All-Star Game participant … had 10 goals (four game-winners) and six assists … as a junior, had a school-record 23 goals and 11 assists to help lead the Vivettes to fourth in the state … led the Metro Women’s Athletic Association Red League in points, goals and game-winning goals as a sophomore as Visitation won the state cochampionship … chosen a St. Louis Metro All-Area Leader by Rise magazine … played for the JB Marine Soccer Club and the Coca-Cola Soccer Club … was a member of the Coca-Cola Wave U-14 team that won the 2004 Missouri State Cup … fouryear honor student, National Honor Society member and recipient of the 2007 Principal’s Award for the junior class.

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#9 • JASMINA SULJIC 5-1 • Jr. • MF/F • St. Louis, Mo. • Oakville • Nursing Major 2009: Played in 17 games and started at Temple … tallied a career-high three shots, including two on goal, vs. Rhode Island and George Washington … saw a season-high 59 minutes of action vs. Richmond. 2008: Saw action in 15 games … assisted on Andrea Barklage’s insurance goal in a 2-0 victory at Massachusetts for her first collegiate point … recorded a shot against Saint Joseph’s and at Massachusetts … played a season-high 61 minutes against Missouri State and logged 58 minutes at Army. At Oakville: Four-year starter for coach Dave Robben’s Tigers … registered 14 goals and 14 assists as a senior to finish her career with 43 goals and 46 assists … fourtime All-Conference selection and three-time St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Metro choice … earned team Most Valuable Player honors … helped Oakville place fourth in the state her freshman year after the Tigers won the first of two consecutive conference titles, and scored the game-winning goal in the state quarterfinals that season … was a member of the Missouri Premier club team that was the 2007 State Cup runner-up … also played for the JB Marine club that won the 2005 state crown … four-year honor roll student.

Jasmina’s Career Highs Assists 1 at Massachusetts, 10/31/08 Points 1 at Massachusetts, 10/31/08 Shots 3, 2x, last vs. G. Washington, 10/16/09

Jasmina’s Career Statistics Year G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 2008 15/0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2009 17/1 12 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32/1 14 0 1 1 0 0

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#2 • MAGGIE BAUMANN 5-6 • So. • B • Wildwood, Mo. • St. Joseph’s • Deciding on a Major 2009: Played in 20 games and started three … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) for the spring semester … first career goal gave the Billikens a 1-0 lead in a 2-1 victory over George Washington … helped the SLU defense record a 0.91 goals against average and 10 shutouts … played a season-high 86 minutes at Missouri State. At St. Joseph’s: Earned three varsity letters as a defender for coach Maureen McVey’s Angels … garnered first-team All-State, first-team All-Conference and St. Louis PostDispatch first-team All-Metro plaudits … played in the Missouri Athletic Club NorthSouth Senior All-Star Game … was a St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame Future Star honoree … named to the Rise All-Area team … St. Joseph’s was the Class 2 state runner-up her junior season and a state semifinalist her sophomore campaign … in club soccer, was a member of St. Louis Scott Gallagher squads that captured the state title in 2007, 2008 and 2009 … earned academic honors all four years.

Maggie’s Career Highs Goals 1 vs. George Washington, 10/16/09 Points 2 vs. George Washington, 10/16/09 Shots 1, 5x, last vs. Richmond, 10/18/09

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#29 • KAITLYN DOESCHER 5-7 • So. • MF/F • Waddell, Ariz. • Millennium • Nursing Major 2009: Played in 13 games … registered a shot on goal at Louisville … played a seasonhigh 53 minutes at Temple. At Millennium: Lettered four years as a midfielder for coach John Shalongo’s Tigers … was a first-team All-Region choice as a senior, her fourth consecutive All-Region honor … helped lead the team to four successive region titles and three straight appearances in the state quarterfinals … in club soccer, was a member of the SC del Sol Maxwell 91 team that captured the 2009 state championship … lettered three years in cross country and track and field … earned All-Region cross country honors … medaled in state track competition in the 800 meters and 3,200-meter relay and established school records in the 800 meters, 1,600 meters and 3,200-meter relay … was an AIA West Valley All-Conference Scholar-Athlete, recipient of the Tiger Award, an eight-time Arizona Interscholastic Association Scholar-Athlete and a National Honor Society member … graduated in the top five percent of her class … active in FCA and FFA.

Kaitlyn’s Career Highs Shots 1 at Louisville, 9/6/09

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#21 • ALLISON HU 5-9 • So. • B • St. Charles, Mo. • Duchesne • Deciding on a Major 2009: Was one of two Billikens to start all 21 games … selected to the A-10 All-Rookie team … garnered the Bills’ Newcomer of the Year award … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters … scored her first collegiate goal early in the second half at Dayton (regular-season game) to knot the score at 1-1 … had a season-high three shots vs. Massachusetts and at Saint Joseph’s (two on goal) … strong play in the back was a key factor in SLU’s 0.91 goals against average and 10 shutouts … played a season-high 110 minutes at Missouri State and vs. La Salle, and also topped the 100-minute mark vs. Richmond (106) and Charlotte (104) … played 90minute complete games vs. Air Force, at St. Bonaventure and at Saint Joseph’s. At Duchesne: Lettered four years as a defender for coach Dave Thurmer’s Pioneers … was a four-time selection to the All-State and All-Conference first teams … earned Class 1 Player of the Year recognition as a junior and Class 2 Player of the Year laurels as a senior … was tabbed St. Louis Post-Dispatch first-team All-Metro as a junior and senior after garnering a spot on the third team in her freshman and sophomore campaigns … helped lead Duchesne to the Class 2 state crown and an 18-6-1 record her senior year, scoring three goals and three assists and anchoring the defense from her sweeper position … the Pioneers placed fourth in the state in her junior season and won four district championships and four conference titles during her career … was a St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame Future Star honoree … played for St. Louis Scott Gallagher club team … also lettered four years in basketball and one year in volleyball … National Honor Society member and recipient of the George Washington Carver Award.

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Allison’s Career Highs Goals 1 at Dayton, 10/11/09 Points 2 at Dayton, 10/11/09 Shots 3, 2x, last at Saint Joseph’s, 10/23/09

Allison’s Career Statistics G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 21/21 11 1 0 2 0 0

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#5 • ALLI REIMER 5-8 • So. • B/MF • St. Charles, Mo. • Duchesne • Deciding on a Major 2009: Played in five games … named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) for the spring semester … logged a season-high 35 minutes at Temple. At Duchesne: Lettered four years as a midfielder for coach Dave Thurmer’s Pioneers … selected to the All-State first team her final three seasons after making the All-State third team as a freshman … four-time first-team All-Conference performer … was a St. Louis Post-Dispatch first-team All-Metro choice as a senior and a second-team honoree as a sophomore and junior … scored 12 goals and seven assists for the 2009 Duchesne team that collected the Class 2 state championship after placing fourth in 2008 … had two goals and an assist in the 2009 title game … tallied three game-winning goals in one week in her freshman season … the Pioneers won four consecutive district crowns and posted a 70-21-3 record during her career, including a 24-0 conference mark … also was a four-year letterwinner in basketball … earned second-team All-State and St. Louis Post-Dispatch third-team All-Metro plaudits as a senior … made the All-Conference first team three times … scored more than 1,000 career points … made the Dean’s List.

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Alli’s Career Statistics G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 5/0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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#20 • EMILY VIVIANO 5-6 • So. • B • Orange, Calif. • Lutheran • Business Administration Major 2009: Played in all 21 games and started 19 … played a strong role in the Billikens’ 0.91 goals against average and 10 shutouts … played a season-high 110 minutes vs. La Salle and vs. Richmond … saw 102 minutes of action vs. Charlotte … played 98 minutes at Missouri State and logged 90-minute complete games vs. Cincinnati, at Louisville and vs. Rhode Island. At Lutheran: Lettered four years as a defender for coach Steve Mattoon’s Lancers … was a first-team All-Conference honoree and Trinity League co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, scoring three goals and four assists … garnered Lutheran’s Most Valuable Player laurels and served as team co-captain her final season … helped lead the squad to a sectional title … played club soccer for the Irvine Strikers … lettered two years in track and field … honor roll student and National Honor Society member.

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Emily’s Career Statistics G/GS S G A P GWG GWA 21/19 0 0 0 0 0 0

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#19 • TORI BELGERI 5-5 • Fr. • MF • St. Louis, Mo. • Ursuline

At Ursuline: Was a four-year letterwinner for the Bears … playing time her senior year was limited while she recovered from an injury … tallied two assists in her senior campaign as Ursuline posted an 18-5 record, won the district title and achieved a state top-10 ranking … was named first-team All-Conference, All-Metro and the team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior … was selected All-Conference as a sophomore (first team) and freshman (second team) … was tabbed the Bears’ 2007 Rookie of the Year … competed for the JB Marine Soccer Club … earned second honors and was a member of the Math Club … served as a Kairos retreat leader.

#00 • JADE DAVIS 5-9 • So. • GK • Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, S.C. • Univ. of Mississippi

At Mississippi: Played in two games (90 minutes total) and made two saves as a freshman in 2009. High School: Trained and competed at the IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Fla., her senior year … helped lead the IMG U-19 team to an undefeated season in league play and a CDL championship … also helped the team win numerous tournament titles and make a Florida State Cup Finals appearance … IMG was ranked No. 10 in the nation and No. 1 in the region and state by GotSoccer.com … posted 16 shutouts as a senior, allowing only 10 goals for a 0.48 goals against average in the regular season … was a two-time All-Region selection and a 2008 All-State choice in two seasons at Wando High School in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. … helped guide Wando to Class AAAA state titles as a sophomore and junior, compiling 41 shutouts and a 49-3-2 record … was chosen the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2007 … held the lowest GAA among South Carolina high school keepers both years (0.29 in 2007, 0.20 in 2008) … the Warriors earned a final ranking of No. 8 in the 2008 NSCAA/adidas national poll … made the honor roll twice … was a two-year member of the South Carolina ODP team and a Region III pool selection … was a member of the Bridge Futbol Alliance club team in Charleston, S.C., before joining the IMG club team.

#23 • EMILY DOLAN 5-4 • Fr. • B/MF • Town & Country, Mo. • St. Joseph’s

At St. Joseph’s: Lettered four years for the Angels … helped lead the team to a 20-1 record as a senior … notched a goal and seven assists as a senior and was named All-Conference honorable mention … St. Joseph’s was the state runner-up her sophomore year and finished third in the state her freshman season … played for the 2008 U-16 state champions (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Navy) in club soccer … earned first and second academic honors.

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#12 • MADDIE GEBAUER 5-4 • Fr. • MF/F • Cedar Hill, Mo. • St. Joseph’s

At St. Joseph’s:Was a four-year letterwinner for the Angels … was injured her senior season … St. Joseph’s was the state runner-up her sophomore year and finished third in the state her freshman season … competed for the JB Marine Soccer Club … garnered second honors in the classroom.

#14 • JENNY HUMMERT 5-7 • Fr. • MF • Wildwood, Mo. • St. Joseph’s

At St. Joseph’s: Was a four-year starter for the Angels … registered five goals and seven assists as a senior to help lead St. Joseph’s to a 20-1 record … earned All-Conference plaudits as a sophomore and junior … St. Joseph’s was the state runner-up her sophomore year and finished third in the state her freshman season … played for the 2008 U-16 state champions (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Navy) in club soccer … also excelled in field hockey, earning three varsity letters … was named Metro Player of the Year in field hockey as a senior (10 goals, 12 assists) … garnered All-Metro first-team accolades while helping St. Joseph’s capture the state championship her junior season.

#1 • JESSIE JARRETT 5-7 • Fr. • MF/F • Bellbrook, Ohio • Bellbrook

At Bellbrook:Was a four-year letterwinner as a member of the Golden Eagles … as a senior, earned Southwestern Buckeye League Player of the Year plaudits after scoring a region-best 26 goals and collecting 11 assists … also in her senior campaign, made the Dayton South and All-Area Metro first teams … served as team captain her senior year … was a first-team All-Conference selection her final three seasons, a first-team All-District choice as a junior and senior, a three-time Bellbrook Most Valuable Player and a two-time Bellbrook Offensive Player of the Year … selected to the Dayton South second team as a junior and third team as a sophomore … made the All-Conference third team as a freshman … helped lead the Golden Eagles to a four-year record of 64-3-12, including a 45-1-3 mark in conference play, and four league titles … played club soccer for Cincinnati United Premier Gold, which has been ranked in the top 20 nationally … was a member of three State Cup champions … was on the Ohio South ODP state team from 2004-09 and participated in a two-week tour of England in 2008 … summa cum laude graduate … National Honor Society member and four-year honor roll student … was named an Exemplary Scholar Athlete all four years of high school.

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#15 • LIZ KAISER 5-4 • Fr. • MF • St. Louis, Mo. • Ursuline

At Ursuline: Earned four varsity letters for the Bears … tallied two goals and five assists as a senior as Ursuline posted an 18-5 record, won the district title and achieved a state top-10 ranking … served as team captain her senior campaign … participated in the North-South All-Star Game … competed for the JB Marine Soccer Club … collected academic honors several times.

#22 • KAILEY PRETZLAFF 5-2 • Fr. • MF/F • Carrollton, Texas • Hebron

At Hebron: Was a four-year letterwinner as a member of the Hawks … was slowed by an injury her senior season but still managed to make the All-District first team for a third consecutive year … served as team captain and helped lead Hebron to a 14-3-2 record as a senior … led the team in assists her junior campaign … the Hawks won two district titles (sophomore and junior seasons) and were two-time regional finalists (freshman and sophomore seasons) … was a second-team All-District honoree as a freshman … played club soccer for Solar ’92 of the Premier League … National Honor Society member and Theatre Award recipient … graduated in the top 10 percent of her class … participated in student council, was a SADD founding member and officer, and served on the Diocesan Youth Council.

#0 • KATIE WALSH 5-6 • Soph. • GK • Chesterfield, Mo. • Murray State Univ.

At Murray State: Played in 11 games and started 10 for the Racers as a freshman in 2009 … posted a 5-4-1 record, 35 saves and a 1.90 goals against average … nine saves at Southern Utah were the most by a Murray State goalkeeper in 2009. High School:Was a second-team All-State selection as a senior and an All-Conference choice her final two seasons at Whitfield in Creve Coeur, Mo. … served as team captain … played for St. Louis Soccer Club, a program that won state championships in 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009 … made the Dean’s List and was a President’s Award recipient.

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What’s a Billiken? The Billiken was born Oct. 8, 1908, when Kansas City art teacher and illustrator Florence Pretz patented a design for an elflike creature with pixie ears, a mischievous smile and a tuft of hair on his pointed head. Reportedly, the image came to her in a dream. Although it didn’t appear on the actual patent, some believe Pretz found the Billiken name in a fanciful work entitled,“Mr. Moon: A Song of the Little People,” by Canadian poets Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey. Within a short time, Pretz sold her patented image to the Billiken Company of Chicago. Initially manufactured as a bank and statuette, and later as a doll, this good luck charm soon became a national craze. By 1911, the Billiken’s likeness adorned everything from marshmallow candies to hood ornaments. In his heyday, the Billiken enjoyed worldwide fame. Artisans in Alaska began carving his image into ivory, and in Japan, he appeared in shrines, amusement parks and even a movie. Like many other fads, the Billiken might have faded into obscurity if it were not for Saint Louis University law student John Bender, who also happened to be the coach of SLU’s football team during the height of Billikenmania. One story claims that nearby drugstore owner Billy Gunn called Bender a Billiken when the coach walked into his establishment one day. Supposedly, legendary sportswriter William O’Connor was within earshot of the remark and took up the moniker not only for Bender but also for SLU’s sports teams. Another tale claims O’Connor himself dubbed the coach a Billiken after a particularly good practice left Bender beaming with a big smile. After practice, Bender’s fellow law student Charles Z. McNamara, a local cartoonist, sketched Bender as a Billiken, posted it in Gunn’s drugstore window and tabbed the football team “Bender’s Billikens.” Yet another yarn reports that the druggist asked McNamara to decorate his store window the night before a homecoming game. Supposedly, McNamara drew a Billiken, a popular good luck charm, causing one of his fellow students to exclaim, “That looks like coach Bender!” Whatever the case, O’Connor is generally credited for popularizing the name throughout the city, but one fact flies in the face of this legend and lore. O’Connor did not join the St. Louis Post-Dispatch until Nov. 26, 1911, one full month after the newspaper first mentioned “Bender’s Billikens.” Regardless of how the story is told or whether his mysterious origins are ever finally resolved, the Billiken remains a good luck charm for Saint Louis University’s sports teams and always brings smiles to the faces of SLU fans. Legend has it that the Billiken has three kinds of luck – good, better and best. Buying a Billiken gives the buyer good luck. To have one given to you is better luck. The best luck comes if the Billiken is stolen.

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Memphis Tigers

Friday, Aug. 20 • 5 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Location.................................................. Memphis, Tenn. Enrollment........................................................... 20,214 Conference........................................ Conference USA Colors.............................................................Blue & gray Facility............................. Mike Rose Soccer Complex Athletics Director.................................. R.C. Johnson Women’s Soccer SID............................. Mark Taylor Office Phone.........................................901.678.5294 Fax.............................................................901.678.4134 E-Mail..................................mtylor16@memphis.edu Web Site...................................... www.gotigersgo.com

Murray State Racers

Sunday, Aug. 22 • 1 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Location.......................................................... Murray, Ky. Enrollment........................................................... 10,078 Conference............................Ohio Valley Conference Colors........................................................... Navy & gold Facility........................................................ Cutchin Field Athletics Director ...................................Allen Ward Women’s Soccer SID.............................Ryan Haage Office Phone.........................................270.809.7051 Fax.............................................................270.809.6814 E-Mail...................................... ryanhaage@gmail.com Web Site......................................... www.goracers.com

Towson Tigers

Head Coach............................................. Greg Paynter Alma Mater...................................... Virginia Tech, 1995 Record at Towson......................................20-33-4 (3) Career Record.......................................................Same Assistant Coach................................... Scott Gerseny 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................7-11-2/3-7-1 2009 Conference Finish.........................................9th Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................13/9 All-Time Series.......................................First meeting

Sunday, Aug. 29 • 11 a.m. (CT) • Pittsburgh, Pa.

Location............................................Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Enrollment..............................................................4,256 Conference.......Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Colors...........................................................Red & white Facility.................. Tenney Stadium at Leonidoff Field Athletics Director ..................................Tim Murray Women’s Soccer SID............................ Andy Alongi Office Phone...................... 845.575.3699, ext. 2150 Fax.............................................................845.471.0466 E-Mail...............................andrew.alongi@marist.edu Web Site.....................................www.goredfoxes.com

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Head Coach............................................Beth Acreman Alma Mater..................................................Barton, 1999 Record at Murray State.........................39-25-9 (4) Career Record.......................................................Same Asst. Coaches......Jeremy Iwaszkowiec, Claire Ward 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................11-9-2/5-2-1 2009 Conference Finish........................................ 3rd Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/4 All-Time Series.......................................First meeting

Friday, Aug. 27 • 4 p.m. (CT) • Pittsburgh, Pa.

Location.......................................................Towson, Md. Enrollment........................................................... 21,176 Conference...................Colonial Athletic Association Colors............................................. White, gold & black Facility....................Towson Center Soccer Complex Athletics Director ...................................Ted Zaleski Women’s Soccer SID................................Eric Rhew Office Phone.........................................410.704.6258 Fax.............................................................410.704.3861 E-Mail..........................................erhew@towson.edu Web Site.................................www.towsontigers.com

Marist Red Foxes

Head Coach.................................... Brooks Monaghan Alma Mater............................................. Memphis, 1995 Record at Memphis...........................110-81-11 (10) Career Record.......................................................Same Assistant Coach...........................................Jodi Grant 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................16-7-0/8-3-0 2009 Conference Finish........................................ 3rd Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................23/4 All-Time Series............................................SLU 7-2-0 Last Game..........................................SLU 2-0, 9/18/09

Head Coach........................................ Elizabeth Roper Alma Mater..............................................Fordham, 1989 Record at Marist........................................34-53-8 (5) Career Record.....................................53-120-10 (10) Assistant Coach..................................................... TBA 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................8-10-2/3-5-1 2009 Conference Finish.........................................7th Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................18/5 All-Time Series.......................................First meeting

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SMU Mustangs Location....................................................... Dallas, Texas Enrollment........................................................... 10,981 Conference........................................ Conference USA Colors............................................................. Red & blue Facility..................................................... Westcott Field Athletics Director .................................Steve Orsini Women’s Soccer SID.......................Olivia Kiespert Office Phone.........................................214.768.4849 Fax.............................................................214.768.2044 E-Mail.......................................... okiespert@smu.edu Web Site.................................www.smumustangs.com

Friday, Sept. 3 • 7 p.m. (CT) • Dallas,Texas Head Coach............................................... Brent Erwin Alma Mater......................................................TCU, 1997 Record at SMU...........................................22-31-3 (3) Career Record............................................35-48-6 (5) Asst. Coaches........ Derek Leader, Meagan Surrency 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................7-11-1/5-5-1 2009 Conference Finish.........................................6th Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................15/4 All-Time Series...........................................SMU 1-0-0 Last Game.........................................SMU 2-0, 10/6/00

Butler Bulldogs Location................................................ Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment..............................................................4,512 Conference.......................................... Horizon League Colors..........................................................Blue & white Facility...........................................................Butler Bowl Athletics Director ............................... Barry Collier Women’s Soccer SID............................ Josh Rattray Office Phone.........................................317.940.9994 Fax.............................................................317.940.9808 E-Mail........................................... jrattray@butler.edu Web Site.................................. www.butlersports.com

Friday, Sept. 10 • 4 p.m. (CT) • Indianapolis, Ind. Head Coach................................................Tari St. John Alma Mater................................................. Purdue, 2003 Record at Butler........................................33-42-6 (4) Career Record.......................................................Same Asst. Coaches.................Ric Huffman, Elise Edwards 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................7-11-2/3-4-1 2009 Conference Finish.........................................5th Starters Returning/Lost........................................4/7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................9/10 All-Time Series........................................ Butler 1-0-0 Last Game...................................... Butler 2-0, 9/12/08

Louisville Cardinals Location......................................................Louisville, Ky. Enrollment........................................................... 22,000 Conference.................................. Big East Conference Colors............................................................Red & black Facility........................................................Cardinal Park Athletics Director ....................................Tom Jurich Women’s Soccer SID............................. Garett Wall Office Phone.........................................502.852.3088 Fax.............................................................502.852.7401 E-Mail......................................... g.wall@louisville.edu Web Site...................................... www.uoflsports.com

Head Coach............................Karen Ferguson-Dayes Alma Mater.......................................Connecticut, 1993 Record at Louisville............................. 80-93-16 (10) Career Record.......................................................Same Asst. Coaches................. Kyle Singer, Natalie Cocchi 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................5-11-1/2-8-1 2009 Conference Finish............ 7th (National Div.) Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................16/5 All-Time Series............................................SLU 9-1-0 Last Game...................................Louisville 2-0, 9/6/09

Missouri State Bears Location.................................................. Springfield, Mo. Enrollment........................................................... 22,938 Conference......................Missouri Valley Conference Colors................................................... Maroon & white Facility.......................................................... Plaster Field Athletics Director..................................... Kyle Moats Women’s Soccer SID................................ Tim Bohn Office Phone.........................................417.836.4867 Fax.............................................................417.836.4868 E-Mail................................tbohn@missouristate.edu Web Site...................... www.missouristatebears.com

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Sunday, Sept. 12 • 1 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Friday, Sept. 17 • 7 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Head Coach............................................... Rob Brewer Alma Mater...........................................Lynchburg, 1977 Record at Missouri State..............131-116-30 (14) Career Record...................................199-144-32 (19) Assistant Coach.......................................Josh Ganson 2009 Overall/Conf. Records..................9-6-3/4-1-1 2009 Conference Finish........................................2nd Starters Returning/Lost........................................5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................13/6 All-Time Series............................................SLU 8-1-4 Last Game.................................Tied 0-0 (2ot), 9/8/09

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Loyola (Md.) Greyhounds

Sunday, Sept. 19 • 1 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Location................................................... Baltimore, Md. Enrollment..............................................................3,686 Conference.......Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Colors.........................................................Green & grey Facility..................................Diane Geppi-Aikens Field Athletics Director ................................ Jim Paquette Women’s Soccer SID....................Ryan Eigenbrode Office Phone.........................................410.617.2337 Fax.............................................................410.617.5029 E-Mail................................ rceigenbrode@loyola.edu Web Site.........................www.loyolagreyhounds.com

Iowa Hawkeyes

Head Coach.......................... Katherine Remy Vettori Alma Mater.....................................................Duke, 1996 Record at Loyola.......................................25-11-7 (2) Career Record.......................................................Same Asst. Coaches..........Erin Konheim, Amanda Piccirilli 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................15-5-3/9-0-0 2009 Conference Finish......................................... 1st Starters Returning/Lost........................................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/6 All-Time Series............................................SLU 1-0-0 Last Game............................................ SLU 4-1, 9/1/06

Sunday, Sept. 26 • 1 p.m. (CT) • Iowa City, Iowa

Location..................................................Iowa City, Iowa Enrollment........................................................... 30,328 Conference....................................Big Ten Conference Colors...........................................................Black & gold Facility........................................Iowa Soccer Complex Athletics Director..................................... Gary Barta Women’s Soccer SID.................Stephanie Dittmer Office Phone.........................................319.335.9411 Fax.............................................................319.335.9417 E-Mail....................... stephanie-dittmer@uiowa.edu Web Site..............................www.hawkeyesports.com

Head Coach.................................................Ron Rainey Alma Mater..................................................Wilkes, 1992 Record at Iowa...........................................32-41-7 (4) Career Record...................................122-106-28 (13) Asst. Coaches.......... Jaimel Johnson, Shane Meridith 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................9-11-0/1-9-0 2009 Conference Finish...................................... 11th Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 17/10 All-Time Series............................................SLU 2-1-0 Last Game..........................................SLU 2-0, 9/18/01

Rhode Island Rams

Friday, Oct. 1 • 6 p.m. (CT) • Kingston, R.I.

Location...................................................... Kingston, R.I. Enrollment........................................................... 16,392 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors.........................Keaney blue, dark blue & white Facility......................................... URI Soccer Complex Athletics Director ................................. Thorr Bjorn Women’s Soccer SID............................ Mike Laprey Office Phone.........................................401.874.2401 Fax.............................................................401.854.5354 E-Mail................................................mlaprey@uri.edu Web Site.......................................... www.gorhody.com

Head Coach.................................................... Zac Shaw Alma Mater....................................................Maine, 1984 Record at Rhode Island..........................48-46-6 (5) Career Record.......................................................Same Asst. Coaches...........................Jen Frisch, Emily Shaw 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................6-12-1/4-7-0 2009 Conference Finish...............................Tie-11th Starters Returning/Lost........................................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................16/7 All-Time Series............................................SLU 5-1-0 Last Game..........................................SLU 1-0, 10/4/09

Massachusetts Minutewomen S

unday, Oct. 3

Location.................................................. Amherst, Mass. Enrollment........................................................... 26,360 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors................................................... Maroon & white Facility............................................................. Rudd Field Athletics Director ...................... John McCutcheon Women’s Soccer SID............................ Jillian Jakuba Office Phone.........................................413.577.0053 Fax.............................................................413.545.1556 E-Mail............................... jjakuba@admin.umass.edu Web Site...............................www.umassathletics.com

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• Noon (CT) • Amherst, Mass.

Head Coach.......................................................Ed Matz Alma Mater..............................Green Mountain, 1989 Record at Massachusetts......................First season Career Record....................................... 99-91-25 (11) Asst. Coaches........... Brendan Faherty, Abby Shiffler 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................6-11-2/5-6-0 2009 Conference Finish................................. Tie-5th Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................15/5 All-Time Series............................................SLU 5-0-0 Last Game..........................................SLU 4-0, 10/2/09

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Duquesne Dukes Location.................................................... Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment........................................................... 10,160 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors............................................................. Red & blue Facility....................................... Arthur J. Rooney Field Athletics Director ...............................Greg Amodio Women’s Soccer SID......................Ryan Gavatorta Office Phone.........................................412.396.6560 Fax.............................................................412.396.6210 E-Mail......................................... gavatortar@duq.edu Web Site...................................www.goduquesne.com

Friday, Oct. 8 • 7 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium Head Coach................................................ Tim Zundel Alma Mater..................................................... Tiffin, 2000 Record at Duquesne................................25-25-4 (3) Career Record.......................................................Same Assistant Coach.......................... Rhonda Gottschalk 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................7-11-0/4-7-0 2009 Conference Finish...............................Tie-11th Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................16/6 All-Time Series............................................SLU 3-0-0 Last Game..........................................SLU 1-0, 9/26/08

St. Bonaventure Bonnies Location......................................................... Olean, N.Y. Enrollment..............................................................2,000 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors......................................................Brown & white Facility.......................................McGraw-Jennings Field Athletics Director ...............................Steve Watson Women’s Soccer SID............................Dallas Miller Office Phone.........................................716.375.2575 Fax.............................................................716.375.2383 E-Mail................................................ dmiller@sbu.edu Web Site...................................... www.gobonnies.com

Head Coach...........................................Manoj Khettry Alma Mater............................................... Earlham, 1988 Record at St. Bonaventure....................28-46-4 (4) Career Record.......................................................Same Asst. Coaches... Rebecca Capinera, Kerry O’Malley 2009 Overall/Conf. Records............. 10-11-0/7-4-0 2009 Conference Finish.................................Tie-3rd Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/2 All-Time Series............................................SLU 4-1-0 Last Game..........................................SLU 3-0, 11/5/09

Richmond Spiders Location.....................................................Richmond,Va. Enrollment..............................................................2,950 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors.............................................................Navy & red Facility........................................................... Ukrop Park Athletics Director ...................................... Jim Miller Women’s Soccer SID.............................Rachel Park Office Phone.........................................804.287.6312 Fax.............................................................804.289.8820 E-Mail....................................... rpark@richmond.edu Web Site.......................... www.richmondspiders.com

Sunday, Oct. 10 • 1 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Friday, Oct. 15 • 7 p.m. (CT) • Hermann Stadium

Head Coach............................................ Peter Albright Alma Mater....................................Johnson State, 1981 Record at Richmond.........................139-84-21 (14) Career Record...................................300-166-43 (29) Assistant Coach.........................................Jen Woodie 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................8-10-2/4-6-1 2009 Conference Finish................................. Tie-8th Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................17/6 All-Time Series............................................SLU 3-0-1 Last Game............................ Tied 2-2 (2ot), 10/18/09

George Washington Colonials S

unday, Oct. 17

Location..............................................Washington, D.C. Enrollment........................................................... 20,237 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors............................................................. Buff & blue Facility...............................Mount Vernon Soccer Field Athletics Director ..................................Jack Kvancz Women’s Soccer SID....................Bridgette Robles Office Phone.........................................202.994.9003 Fax.............................................................202.994.2713 E-Mail..............................................brobles@gwu.edu Web Site........................................ www.gwsports.com

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Head Coach.................................................Tanya Vogel Alma Mater.......................George Washington, 1996 Record at George Washington...... 77-97-12 (10) Career Record.......................................................Same Assistant Coach..........................................Lane Davis 2009 Overall/Conf. Records..................7-8-4/4-5-2 2009 Conference Finish.........................................7th Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................20/5 All-Time Series............................................SLU 4-0-0 Last Game........................................SLU 2-1, 10/16/09

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Charlotte 49ers

Saturday, Oct. 23 • 6 p.m. (CT) • Charlotte, N.C.

Location................................................. Charlotte, N.C. Enrollment........................................................... 24,701 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors...................................................... Green & white Facility.............................................. Transamerica Field Athletics Director ................................ Judy W. Rose Women’s Soccer SID.......................... Brent Stastny Office Phone.........................................704.687.6313 Fax.............................................................704.687.4918 E-Mail..........................................bmstastn@uncc.edu Web Site..............................www.charlotte49ers.com

Temple Owls

Friday, Oct. 29 • 2 p.m. (CT) • Philadelphia, Pa.

Location................................................. Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment........................................................... 34,000 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors.....................................................Cherry & white Facility.........................................................Ambler Field Athletics Director ............................... Bill Bradshaw Women’s Soccer SID.......................Alex Samuelian Office Phone.........................................215.204.7446 Fax.............................................................215.204.7499 E-Mail...................................asamuelian@temple.edu Web Site.......................................www.owlsports.com

Saint Joseph’s Hawks

Head Coach................................................ John Cullen Alma Mater............................................Charlotte, 1993 Record at Charlotte................................... 16-3-2 (1) Career Record....................................... 129-36-18 (9) Asst. Coaches..........Sarah Denton, Cory Alexander 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................16-3-2/9-0-2 2009 Conference Finish........................................2nd Starters Returning/Lost........................................9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................... 19/11 All-Time Series..................................Charlotte 8-4-3 Last Game............................ Tied 0-0 (2ot), 10/30/09

Head Coach................................................ David Jones Alma Mater...................................Elizabethtown, 1986 Record at Temple....................................33-82-13 (7) Career Record.......................................................Same Assistant Coach.....................................Todd Hoffard 2009 Overall/Conf. Records................7-11-1/3-8-0 2009 Conference Finish...................................... 13th Starters Returning/Lost......................................10/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................25/1 All-Time Series............................................SLU 3-1-1 Last Game..................................Temple 1-0, 10/25/09

Sunday, Oct. 31 • Noon (CT) • Philadelphia, Pa.

Location................................................. Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment..............................................................4,515 Conference.............................Atlantic 10 Conference Colors.....................................................Crimson & gray Facility.......................................................Finnesey Field Athletics Director .................................. Don DiJulia Women’s Soccer SID.............................Jack Jumper Office Phone.........................................610.660.3389 Fax.............................................................610.660.1724 E-Mail................................................ jjumper@sju.edu Web Site.........................................www.sjuhawks.com

Head Coach.............................................Jess Reynolds Alma Mater............................................ Delaware, 1997 Record at Saint Joseph’s......................60-92-16 (9) Career Record.....................................70-101-17 (10) Asst. Coaches.................... Drew Kopp, Jim Bollinger 2009 Overall/Conf. Records..................7-9-3/4-6-1 2009 Conference Finish................................. Tie-8th Starters Returning/Lost........................................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................16/8 All-Time Series............................................SLU 3-1-1 Last Game.......................Saint Joseph’s 2-1, 10/23/09

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2009 Statistics

All Games

Overall: 8-9-4 Conference: 4-4-3 Home: 5-1-3 Away: 2-6-1 Neutral: 1-2-0 N o. Player 7 Ashley Brazill 15 Susan Frederickson 5 Andrea Barklage 14 Kelly Waeckerle 12 Ashley Hayes 22 Kristen Sapienza 18 Christina Brown 21 Allison Hu 17 Sally Sinclair 2 Maggie Baumann 4 Emily Kryzer 19 Julia Bradenberg 9 Jasmina Suljic 8 Colleen Kustura 31 Alyssa Gutierrez 23 Lauren Bozesky 13 Jessica Lopez 3 Kristyn Gawin 24 Megan Yossi 10 Jacqui Smith 29 Kaitlyn Doescher 35 Amber Zdanovec 34 Hannah Perry 30 Alli Reimer 27 Katy Brooks 20 Emily Viviano 16 Katie Mansell 11 Christine Steinmetz 6 Caitlin Werkmeister Totals Opponents

GP-GS 21-15 20-20 18-18 20-20 21-20 21-19 18-2 21-21 13-1 20-3 10-0 11-8 17-1 21-16 12-0 4-0 5-1 11-0 6-0 21-21 13-0 6-2 19-19 5-0 1-0 21-19 2-0 17-5 10-0 21 21

G 4 5 5 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 20

A Pts. 8 16 5 15 2 12 6 10 4 8 1 5 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 80 15 55

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Sh. 45 36 44 62 38 29 9 11 5 5 2 23 12 8 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 347 194

Sh.% SOG .089 19 .139 21 .114 17 .032 36 .053 14 .069 14 .222 6 .091 5 .200 3 .200 3 .500 1 .000 8 .000 7 .000 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 3 .000 0 .000 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .075 165 .103 87

GP-GS Minutes GA GAA Hannah Perry 19-19 1651:08 15 0.82 Amber Zdanovec 6-2 337:27 5 1.33 Team Totals 21 1988:35 20 0.91 Opponents 21 1988:35 26 1.18

SOG% .422 .583 .386 .581 .368 .483 .667 .455 .600 .600 .500 .348 .583 .250 .250 .333 .333 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .476 .448

YC-RC GW PK-A 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 2-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 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 5-0 8 0-2 5-0 9 0-0

Svs. Sv. Pct. W L T 49 .766 7 8 3 15 .750 1 1 1 2 66 .767 8 9 4 139 .842 9 8 4

Sho 8 0 2 10 8

GOALS BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 9 17 0 0 26 8 11 0 1 20

CORNERS BY PRD. Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 52 39 4 2 97 36 29 4 3 72

SHOTS BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 148 180 9 10 347 77 99 7 11 194

FOULS BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 100 102 5 11 218 108 100 7 4 219

SAVES BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 27 30 3 6 66 64 68 6 1 139

ATTENDANCE Home Away Total 4416 2988 Dates/Average Per Date 9/491 9/332 Neutral Site Dates/Average 3/304

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Overall: 4-4-3 Home: 3-0-3 Away: 1-4-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 No. 7 5 15 22 18 12 14 21 2 17 19 9 8 31 13 24 10 3 35 34 30 29 27 20 16 11 6 4

Player Ashley Brazill Andrea Barklage Susan Frederickson Kristen Sapienza Christina Brown Ashley Hayes Kelly Waeckerle Allison Hu Maggie Baumann Sally Sinclair Julia Bradenberg Jasmina Suljic Colleen Kustura Alyssa Gutierrez Jessica Lopez Megan Yossi Jacqui Smith Kristyn Gawin Amber Zdanovec Hannah Perry Alli Reimer Kaitlyn Doescher Katy Brooks Emily Viviano Katie Mansell Christine Steinmetz Caitlin Werkmeister Emily Kryzer Totals Opponents

GP-GS 11-10 8-8 10-10 11-10 10-2 11-11 11-11 11-11 10-0 5-0 3-2 11-1 11-9 8-0 2-0 6-0 11-11 5-0 5-2 9-9 2-0 8-0 1-0 11-10 2-0 11-4 5-0 8-0 11 11

G 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 9

A Pts. 6 12 2 6 2 6 0 4 0 4 2 4 3 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 45 6 24

Sh. 24 20 15 17 7 21 43 10 4 2 12 12 7 3 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 206 106

Sh.% SOG .125 7 .100 7 .133 8 .118 9 .286 4 .048 10 .000 23 .100 5 .250 2 .500 1 .000 5 .000 7 .000 2 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 2 .000 2 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .073 95 .085 48

SOG% .292 .350 .533 .529 .571 .476 .535 .500 .500 .500 .417 .583 .286 .000 .333 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .461 .453

YC-RC GW PK-A 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 3-0 4 0-1 2-0 4 0-0

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GP-GS Minutes GA GAA Svs. Sv. Pct. W L T Hannah Perry 9-9 769:38 5 0.58 23 .821 3 3 2 Amber Zdanovec 5-2 298:57 4 1.20 15 .789 1 1 1 Team Totals 11 1068:35 9 0.76 38 .809 4 4 3 Opponents 11 1068:35 15 1.26 80 .842 4 4 3

Sho 3 0 2 5 4

GOALS BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 5 10 0 0 15 3 5 0 1 9

CORNERS BY PRD. Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 22 20 4 2 48 10 15 3 3 31

SHOTS BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 86 105 8 7 206 30 62 5 9 106

FOULS BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 54 54 4 9 121 61 59 6 4 130

SAVES BY PERIOD Saint Louis Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT Total 11 21 2 4 38 34 41 5 0 80

ATTENDANCE Home Away Total 2318 1176 Dates/Average Per Date 6/386 5/235 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0

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2009 Results/Box Scores Date Opponent Score Overall A-10 Att. Aug. 22 at Vanderbilt L, 1-2 0-1-0 0-0-0 612 Aug. 30 Northwestern W, 3-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 433 Sept. 4 vs. Cincinnati # L, 0-1 1-2-0 0-0-0 221 Sept. 6 at Louisville # L, 0-2 1-3-0 0-0-0 698 Sept. 8 at Missouri State T, 0-0 (2 OT) 1-3-1 0-0-0 228 Sept. 11 Army L, 0-1 1-4-1 0-0-0 1263 Sept. 13 Air Force W, 1-0 2-4-1 0-0-0 402 Sept. 18 at Memphis W, 2-0 3-4-1 0-0-0 274 Sept. 25 La Salle * T, 0-0 (2 OT) 3-4-2 0-0-1 797 Sept. 27 at St. Bonaventure * L, 0-1 3-5-2 0-1-1 124 Oct. 2 Massachusetts * W, 4-0 4-5-2 1-1-1 344 Oct. 4 Rhode Island * W, 1-0 5-5-2 2-1-1 311 Oct. 9 at Xavier * W, 4-0 6-5-2 3-1-1 253 Oct. 11 at Dayton * L, 1-2 (2 OT) 6-6-2 3-2-1 398 Oct. 16 George Washington * W, 2-1 7-6-2 4-2-1 349 Oct. 18 Richmond * T, 2-2 (2 OT) 7-6-3 4-2-2 164 Oct. 23 at Saint Joseph’s * L, 1-2 7-7-3 4-3-2 123 Oct. 25 at Temple * L, 0-1 7-8-3 4-4-2 278 Oct. 30 #24 Charlotte * T, 0-0 (2 OT) 7-8-4 4-4-3 353 Nov. 5 vs. St. Bonaventure % W, 3-0 8-8-4 4-4-3 231 Nov. 6 vs. #24 Dayton % L, 1-5 8-9-4 4-4-3 461

Saint Louis Goals (Assists) Frederickson (Bradenberg) Barklage (Frederickson, Waeckerle); Frederickson (Waeckerle, Hayes); Waeckerle (Sapienza) – – – – Hayes (Brazill, Bradenberg) Barklage (Frederickson); Frederickson (Hayes) – – Brazill (Barklage, Hayes); Barklage (Frederickson); Sinclair (Waeckerle); Barklage (Brazill) Sapienza (Barklage) Brown (Brazill); Brazill (Waeckerle); Sapienza (Brazill); Brown (Waeckerle, Brazill) Hu (unassisted) Baumann (Brazill); Frederickson (unassisted) Brazill (Hayes); Frederickson (Brazill) Hayes (Frederickson) – – Barklage (Brazill); Brazill (Waeckerle); Waeckerle (unassisted) Kryzer (Frederickson)

Home games in bold Home: 5-1-3 * Atlantic 10 Conference game Away: 2-6-1 # Cardinal Classic at Louisville Neutral: 1-2-0 % Atlantic 10 Championship at Charlotte Overtime: 0-1-4 VANDERBILT 2, SAINT LOUIS 1 • August 22, Nashville,Tenn. (Attendance 612) Goal History Time Score VU – Megan Kinsella (1) (Molly Kinsella, Candace West)....................58:34 VU 1-0 VU – Amanda Essay (1) (Candace West).................................................75:45 VU 2-0 SLU – Susan Frederickson (1) (Julia Bradenberg)..................................78:55 VU 2-1 Score by Periods 1 2 ot ot F Saint Louis 0 1 - - 1 Shots: SLU 13,VU 16 Vanderbilt 0 2 - - 2 Corners: SLU 7,VU 8

Records SLU 0-1-0,VU 1-0-0

GK Saves: SLU 6,VU 2 Fouls: SLU 16,VU 8

SLU Shots: Hayes 4, Waeckerle 3, Frederickson 2, Barklage 1, Sinclair 1, Bradenberg 1, Sapienza 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Sinclair, Bradenberg, Hu. SLU Subs: Baumann, Werkmeister, Suljic, Lopez,Viviano, Sapienza. SAINT LOUIS 3, NORTHWESTERN 0 • August 30, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 433) Goal History Time SLU – Andrea Barklage (1) (Susan Frederickson, Kelly Waeckerle)....7:42 SLU – Susan Frederickson (2) (Kelly Waeckerle, Ashley Hayes)........55:34 SLU – Kelly Waeckerle (1) (Kristen Sapienza)........................................62:39 Score by Periods 1 Northwestern 0 Saint Louis 1

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 2 - - 3

Score SLU 1-0 SLU 2-0 SLU 3-0

Shots: NU 4, SLU 12 Corners: NU 3, SLU 5

Records SLU 1-1-0, NU 0-3-1

GK Saves: NU 3, SLU 0 Fouls: NU 5, SLU 6

SLU Shots: Bradenberg 4, Frederickson 3, Barklage 2, Hayes 1, Waeckerle 1, Gutierrez 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Brazill, Suljic, Steinmetz, Lopez, Sinclair, Bozesky, Doescher, Reimer, Gutierrez.

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2009 Box Scores CINCINNATI 1, SAINT LOUIS 0 • September 4, Louisville, Ky. (Attendance 221) Goal History Time Score UC – Logan Ballinger (1) (unassisted)......................................................16:16 UC 1-0 Score by Periods 1 2 ot ot F Cincinnati 1 0 - - 1 Shots: UC 5, SLU 12 Saint Louis 0 0 - - 0 Corners: UC 6, SLU 9

Records UC 2-2-0, SLU 1-2-0 GK Saves: UC 7, SLU 1 Fouls: UC 17, SLU 10

SLU Shots: Barklage 5, Waeckerle 2, Frederickson 2, Bozesky 2, Brazill 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Brazill, Sinclair, Brown, Bozesky, Doescher, Gutierrez. LOUISVILLE 2, SAINT LOUIS 0 • September 6, Louisville, Ky. (Attendance 698) Goal History UL – Caitlin Rehder (1) (Giselle Mangal) UL – Giselle Mangal (1) (Courtney Holtz, Caitlin Rehder)

Time 13:50 89:48

Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 0 Louisville 1

Shots: SLU 7, UL 9 Corners: SLU 5, UL 8

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 1 - - 2

Score UL 1-0 UL 2-0

Records SLU 1-3-0, UL 2-2-0

GK Saves: SLU 1, UL 3 Fouls: SLU 8, UL 9

SLU Shots: Barklage 2, Hayes 1, Bradenberg 1, Brazill 1, Bozesky 1, Doescher 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Lopez, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Brazill, Suljic, Steinmetz, Sinclair, Brown, Bozesky, Doescher, Gutierrez. SAINT LOUIS 0, MISSOURI STATE 0 • September 8, Springfield, Mo. (Attendance 228) Goal History Time Score None

Records SLU 1-3-1, MSU 2-2-1

Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 0 Missouri State 0

GK Saves: SLU 3, MSU 8 Fouls: SLU 10, MSU 9

2 ot ot F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shots: SLU 17, MSU 9 Corners: SLU 1, MSU 1

SLU Shots: Barklage 4, Frederickson 3, Bradenberg 3, Brazill 3, Sapienza 2, Waeckerle 1, Sinclair 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Baumann, Barklage, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Gawin, Brazill, Kustura, Sinclair, Brown, Reimer. ARMY 1, SAINT LOUIS 0 • September 11, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 1,263) Goal History Time ARMY – Christine O’Leary (1) (unassisted)...........................................51:20 Score by Periods 1 Army 0 Saint Louis 0

2 ot ot F 1 - - 1 0 - - 0

Score ARMY 1-0

Shots: ARMY 5, SLU 23 Corners: ARMY 5, SLU 7

Records ARMY 3-2-1, SLU 1-4-1 GK Saves: ARMY 10, SLU 2 Fouls: ARMY 6, SLU 9

SLU Shots: Hayes 4, Waeckerle 4, Frederickson 4, Sapienza 3, Brazill 3, Barklage 2, Bradenberg 2, Brown 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Baumann, Barklage, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Brazill, Kustura, Sinclair, Brown, Bozesky. SAINT LOUIS 1, AIR FORCE 0 • September 13, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 402) Goal History Time SLU – Ashley Hayes (1) (Ashley Brazill, Julia Bradenberg)...................86:37 Score by Periods 1 Air Force 0 Saint Louis 0

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 1 - - 1

Score SLU 1-0

Shots: AFA 5, SLU 13 Corners: AFA 0, SLU 4

Records AFA 1-5-1, SLU 2-4-1 GK Saves: AFA 5, SLU 0 Fouls: AFA 13, SLU 15

SLU Shots: Brazill 3, Hayes 3, Barklage 2, Frederickson 1, Hu 1, Sapienza 1, Baumann 1, Sinclair 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Steinmetz, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Werkmeister, Hayes, Sinclair, Brown, Bradenberg, Doescher.

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2009 Box Scores SAINT LOUIS 2, MEMPHIS 0 • September 18, Memphis,Tenn. (Attendance 274) Goal History SLU – Andrea Barklage (2) (Susan Frederickson) SLU – Susan Frederickson (3) (Ashley Hayes)

Time 34:03 70:15

Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 1 Memphis 0

Shots: SLU 7, UM 13 Corners: SLU 5, UM 3

2 ot ot F 1 - - 2 0 - - 0

Score SLU 1-0 SLU 2-0

Records SLU 3-4-1, UM 4-3-0

GK Saves: SLU 7, UM 3 Fouls: SLU 7, UM 8

SLU Shots: Frederickson 4, Barklage 1, Brazill 1, Waeckerle 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Baumann, Barklage, Brazill, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Werkmeister, Kustura, Suljic, Steinmetz, Brown, Bradenberg. SAINT LOUIS 0, LA SALLE 0 • September 25, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 797) Goal History Time Score None

Records LAS 6-2-2 (0-0-1), SLU 3-4-2 (0-0-1)

Score by Periods 1 La Salle 0 Saint Louis 0

GK Saves: LAS 10, SLU 0 Fouls: LAS 15, SLU 15

2 ot ot F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shots: LAS 5, SLU 28 Corners: LAS 2, SLU 5

SLU Shots: Waeckerle 8, Frederickson 7, Bradenberg 6, Barklage 3, Brazill 2, Hayes 1, Baumann 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Brazill, Suljic, Steinmetz, Brown, Doescher. ST. BONAVENTURE 1, SAINT LOUIS 0 • September 27, Olean, N.Y. (Attendance 124) Goal History Time SBU – Kaitlin Krisko (1) (Janelle Taylor)....................................................1:11 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 0 St. Bonaventure 1

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 0 - - 1

Score SBU 1-0

Shots: SLU 10, SBU 2 Corners: SLU 7, SBU 2

Records SLU 3-5-2 (0-1-1), SBU 5-6-0 (2-0-0) GK Saves: SLU 1, SBU 3 Fouls: SLU 10, SBU 12

SLU Shots: Waeckerle 2, Frederickson 2, Bradenberg 2, Hu 1, Baumann 1, Suljic 1,Yossi 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Bradenberg,Viviano, Hu. SLU Subs: Baumann, Suljic, Steinmetz, Brown, Sapienza,Yossi, Doescher. SAINT LOUIS 4, MASSACHUSETTS 0 • October 2, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 344) Goal History Time SLU – Ashley Brazill (1) (Andrea Barklage, Ashley Hayes)...................13:46 SLU – Andrea Barklage (3) (Susan Frederickson)..................................36:26 SLU – Sally Sinclair (1) (Kelly Waeckerle)................................................43:09 SLU – Andrea Barklage (4) (Ashley Brazill).............................................66:19 Score by Periods 1 Massachusetts 0 Saint Louis 3

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 1 - - 4

Score SLU 1-0 SLU 2-0 SLU 3-0 SLU 4-0

Shots: UM 3, SLU 28 Corners: UM 0, SLU 3

Records UM 3-5-2 (2-1-0), SLU 4-5-2 (1-1-1)

GK Saves: UM 10, SLU 2 Fouls: UM 4, SLU 11

SLU Shots: Barklage 5, Brazill 5, Waeckerle 4, Bradenberg 4, Hayes 3, Hu 3, Sapienza 1, Suljic 1, Lopez 1, Sinclair 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Gawin, Kryzer, Werkmeister, Suljic, Steinmetz, Lopez, Mansell, Sinclair, Bradenberg,Yossi, Brooks, Doescher, Reimer, Gutierrez, Zdanovec. SAINT LOUIS 1, RHODE ISLAND 0 • October 4, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 311) Goal History Time SLU – Kristen Sapienza (1) (Andrea Barklage).......................................83:14 Score by Periods 1 Rhode Island 0 Saint Louis 0

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 1 - - 1

Score SLU 1-0

Shots: URI 10, SLU 19 Corners: URI 2, SLU 2

Records URI 3-7-1 (1-3-0), SLU 5-5-2 (2-1-1) GK Saves: URI 8, SLU 3 Fouls: URI 19, SLU 10

SLU Shots: Brazill 4, Barklage 3, Waeckerle 3, Suljic 3, Hayes 2, Sapienza 2, Hu 1, Kustura 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Smith, Steinmetz, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Werkmeister, Kustura, Suljic, Sinclair, Brown,Yossi, Doescher, Gutierrez.

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2009 Box Scores SAINT LOUIS 4, XAVIER 0 • October 9, Cincinnati, Ohio (Attendance 253) Goal History Time SLU – Christina Brown (1) (Ashley Brazill)..............................................5:26 SLU – Ashley Brazill (2) (Kelly Waeckerle)..............................................48:11 SLU – Kristen Sapienza (1) (Ashley Brazill)............................................50:25 SLU – Christina Brown (2) (Kelly Waeckerle, Ashley Brazill).............54:34 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 1 Xavier 0

2 ot ot F 3 - - 4 0 - - 0

Score SLU 1-0 SLU 2-0 SLU 3-0 SLU 4-0

Shots: SLU 20, XU 8 Corners: SLU 6, XU 0

Records SLU 6-5-2 (3-1-1), XU 2-10-1 (1-3-1)

GK Saves: SLU 2, XU 6 Fouls: SLU 11, XU 14

SLU Shots: Brown 4, Barklage 3, Waeckerle 3, Sapienza 2, Suljic 2, Lopez 2, Brazill 1, Gawin 1,Yossi 1, Gutierrez 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Steinmetz, Hayes, Waeckerle, Brown, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Kryzer, Werkmeister, Suljic, Lopez, Mansell, Sinclair,Viviano,Yossi, Gutierrez, Zdanovec. DAYTON 2, SAINT LOUIS 1 • October 11, Dayton, Ohio (Attendance 398) Goal History Time UD – Colleen Williams (3) (Lauren MacCormick)...............................17:17 SLU – Allison Hu (1) (unassisted)..............................................................52:45 UD – Mandi Back (5) (Colleen Williams)............................................. 108:35 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 0 Dayton 1

2 ot ot F 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2

Score UD 1-0 Tied 1-1 UD 2-1

Shots: SLU 8, UD 22 Corners: SLU 3, UD 9

Records SLU 6-6-2 (3-2-1), UD 9-0-5 (5-0-1)

GK Saves: SLU 7, UD 4 Fouls: SLU 13, UD 2

SLU Shots: Waeckerle 3, Brazill 1, Frederickson 1, Brown 1, Hu 1, Suljic 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson, Brown,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Kryzer, Werkmeister, Kustura, Suljic, Steinmetz, Sinclair, Gutierrez. SAINT LOUIS 2, GEORGE WASHINGTON 1 • October 16, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 349) Goal History Time SLU – Maggie Baumann (1) (Ashley Brazill)............................................24:21 SLU – Susan Frederickson (4) (unassisted).............................................79:16 GWU – Dara Rosen (1) (Sierra Smidinger)...........................................82:26 Score by Periods 1 George Washington 0 Saint Louis 1

2 ot ot F 1 - - 1 1 - - 2

Score SLU 1-0 SLU 2-0 SLU 2-1

Shots: GWU 13, SLU 16 Corners: GWU 3, SLU 4

Records GWU 4-6-4 (1-3-2), SLU 7-6-2 (4-2-1)

GK Saves: GWU 7, SLU 6 Fouls: GWU 13, SLU 9

SLU Shots: Barklage 4, Suljic 3, Sapienza 2, Brazill 1, Kustura 1, Smith 1, Waeckerle 1, Frederickson 1, Baumann 1, Brown 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Kryzer, Werkmeister, Suljic, Steinmetz, Brown,Yossi, Gutierrez, Zdanovec. SAINT LOUIS 2, RICHMOND 2 • October 18, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 164) Goal History Time UR – Emily Dale (2) (Liza Koch)...............................................................53:02 SLU – Ashley Brazill (3) (Ashley Hayes)...................................................53:21 UR – Kristen Stalter (2) (unassisted).......................................................57:53 SLU – Susan Frederickson (5) (Ashley Brazill).......................................88:03 Score by Periods 1 Richmond 0 Saint Louis 0

2 ot ot F 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2

Score UR 1-0 Tied 1-1 UR 2-1 Tied 2-2

Shots: UR 11, SLU 25 Corners: UR 3, SLU 8

Records UR 8-6-2 (4-2-1), SLU 7-6-3 (4-2-2)

GK Saves: UR 8, SLU 2 Fouls: UR 16, SLU 8

SLU Shots: Waeckerle 7, Brazill 5, Hayes 3, Frederickson 3, Sapienza 3, Gutierrez 2, Hu 1, Baumann 1. SLU Starters: Zdanovec, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Steinmetz, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Kryzer, Suljic, Brown, Doescher, Gutierrez.

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2009 Box Scores SAINT JOSEPH’S 2, SAINT LOUIS 1 • October 23, Philadelphia, Pa. (Attendance 123) Goal History Time SJU – Danielle DeBernardo (1) (unassisted)..........................................30:54 SJU – Lauren Sawyer (4) (unassisted).......................................................70:01 SLU – Ashley Hayes (3) (Susan Frederickson)........................................85:39 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 0 Saint Joseph’s 1

2 ot ot F 1 - - 1 1 - - 2

Score SJU 1-0 SJU 2-0 SJU 2-1

Shots: SLU 17, SJU 5 Corners: SLU 4, SJU 2

Records SLU 7-7-3 (4-3-2), SJU 7-7-3 (4-4-1)

GK Saves: SLU 2, SJU 8 Fouls: SLU 8, SJU 10

SLU Shots: Hayes 4, Waeckerle 4, Hu 3, Brazill 2, Kustura 2, Frederickson 1, Sapienza 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Steinmetz, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Kryzer, Suljic, Brown, Doescher, Gutierrez. TEMPLE 1, SAINT LOUIS 0 • October 25, Philadelphia, Pa. (Attendance 278) Goal History Time TU – Kate Yurkovic (3) (Jackie Krostek).................................................85:47 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 0 Temple 0

2 ot ot F 0 - - 0 1 - - 1

Score TU 1-0

Shots: SLU 15, TU 12 Corners: SLU 3, TU 0

Records SLU 7-8-3 (4-4-2), TU 6-11-1 (2-8-0) GK Saves: SLU 6, TU 8 Fouls: SLU 10, TU 7

SLU Shots: Waeckerle 5, Sapienza 5, Hayes 2, Brazill 1, Suljic 1, Gawin 1. SLU Starters: Zdanovec, Brazill, Kustura, Suljic, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Kryzer, Steinmetz, Brown, Doescher, Reimer, Gutierrez. SAINT LOUIS 0, CHARLOTTE 0 • October 30, Hermann Stadium (Attendance 353) Goal History Time Score None

Records CHAR 15-2-2 (9-0-2), SLU 7-8-4 (4-4-3)

Score by Periods 1 Charlotte 0 Saint Louis 0

GK Saves: CHAR 7, SLU 7 Fouls: CHAR 18, SLU 16

2 ot ot F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Shots: CHAR 15, SLU 20 Corners: CHAR 8, SLU 3

SLU Shots: Hayes 6, Kustura 3, Waeckerle 3, Barklage 2, Brazill 2, Smith 1, Sapienza 1, Sinclair 1, Brown 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Kryzer, Suljic, Steinmetz, Sinclair, Brown,Yossi, Doescher. SAINT LOUIS 3, ST. BONAVENTURE 0 • November 5, Charlotte, N.C. (Attendance 231) • A-10 First Round Goal History Time SLU – Andrea Barklage (5) (Ashley Brazill)...............................................2:15 SLU – Ashley Brazill (4) (Kelly Waeckerle)..............................................61:10 SLU – Kelly Waeckerle (2) (unassisted)...................................................67:18 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 1 St. Bonaventure 0

2 ot ot F 2 - - 3 0 - - 0

Score SLU 1-0 SLU 2-0 SLU 3-0

Shots: SLU 26, SBU 8 Corners: SLU 4, SBU 2

Records SLU 8-8-4, SBU 10-11-0

GK Saves: SLU 4, SBU 12 Fouls: SLU 9, SBU 7

SLU Shots: Brazill 7, Waeckerle 5, Barklage 4, Sapienza 4, Hayes 2, Kustura 1, Frederickson 1, Kryzer 1, Brown 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Kryzer, Werkmeister, Suljic, Steinmetz, Sinclair, Brown, Doescher, Reimer, Gutierrez. DAYTON 5, SAINT LOUIS 1 • November 6, Charlotte, N.C. (Attendance 461) • A-10 Semifinals Goal History Time UD – Colleen Williams (5) (Cara Cornacchia)........................................2:34 UD – Tori Oelschlager (3) (Mandi Back).................................................20:10 UD – Colleen Williams (6) (Kelly Blumenschein)..................................30:23 SLU – Emily Kryzer (1) (Susan Frederickson)........................................32:15 UD – Lauren MacCormick (9) (unassisted)............................................46:23 UD – Kelly Blumenschein (5) (unassisted)..............................................60:15 Score by Periods 1 Saint Louis 1 Dayton 3

2 ot ot F 0 - - 1 2 - - 5

Score UD 1-0 UD 2-0 UD 3-0 UD 3-1 UD 4-1 UD 5-1

Shots: SLU 11, UD 14 Corners: SLU 2, UD 5

Records SLU 8-9-4, UD 15-0-5

GK Saves: SLU 3, UD 4 Fouls: SLU 7, UD 7

SLU Shots: Brazill 2, Hayes 2, Waeckerle 2, Barklage 1, Frederickson 1, Sapienza 1, Gawin 1, Kryzer 1. SLU Starters: Perry, Barklage, Brazill, Kustura, Smith, Hayes, Waeckerle, Frederickson,Viviano, Hu, Sapienza. SLU Subs: Baumann, Gawin, Kryzer, Werkmeister, Suljic, Steinmetz, Brown, Zdanovec.

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2009 Atlantic 10 Conference Review

Final Standings

Conference Team W L T Dayton 10 0 1 Charlotte 9 0 2 St. Bonaventure 7 4 0 Fordham 7 4 0 Saint Louis 4 4 3 Massachusetts 5 6 0 George Washington 4 5 2 La Salle 4 6 1 Richmond 4 6 1 Saint Joseph’s 4 6 1 Duquesne 4 7 0 Rhode Island 4 7 0 Temple 3 8 0 Xavier 2 8 1

Pts. 31 29 21 21 15 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 9 7

Overall W L T Pct. 16 1 6 .826 16 3 2 .810 10 11 0 .476 9 12 1 .432 8 9 4 .476 6 11 2 .368 7 8 4 .474 10 8 2 .550 8 10 2 .450 7 9 3 .447 7 11 0 .389 6 12 1 .342 7 11 1 .395 3 15 1 .184

GP 21 20 21 23 23 23 20 19 20 21 21 23

G 13 9 10 8 9 7 5 8 7 8 8 5

A 6 12 10 9 6 9 9 2 3 1 1 7

Quarterfinals – Nov. 5 #3 Fordham 3, #6 Massachusetts 0 #5 Saint Louis 3, #4 St. Bonaventure 0 Semifinals – Nov. 6 #2 Charlotte 2, Fordham 1 #1 Dayton 5, Saint Louis 1 Final – Nov. 8 Dayton 2, Charlotte 1

Individual Goalkeeping Leaders

Individual Scoring Leaders Player, School Whitney Weinraub, Charlotte Traci DePasquale, La Salle Hailey Beam, Charlotte Mandi Back, Dayton Lauren MacCormick, Dayton Colleen Williams, Dayton Ally Kenney, La Salle Niki Conn, Temple Melanie Gamble, La Salle Kirby Stenard, Charlotte Courtney Bosse, St. Bonaventure Kelly Blumenschein, Dayton

A-10 Championship

Transamerica Field • Charlotte, N.C.

Pts 32 30 30 25 24 23 19 18 17 17 17 17

Player, School GP Katherine Boone, Dayton 22 Lauren Brown, Charlotte 21 Hannah Perry, SLU 19 Christine Neal, Saint Joseph’s 16 Melissa Sanger, La Salle 14 Andrea Young, Richmond 8 Lindsey Rowe, George Wash. 18 Nicole Markert, St. Bonaventure 17 Gillian Kacsuta, Temple 10 Melissa Pacheco, Richmond 13

Min 1995 1810 1651 1500 1300 683 1703 1480 801 1163

Svs GAA 71 0.41 67 0.80 49 0.82 63 1.14 70 1.18 35 1.19 84 1.22 90 1.22 36 1.24 77 1.24

All-Conference Teams First Team Courtney Bosse Traci DePasquale Lauren MacCormick Whitney Weinraub Mandi Back Hailey Beam Katie McDermott Kathleen Beljan Lauren Bustos Megan Minnix Katherine Boone

St. Bonaventure La Salle Dayton Charlotte Dayton Charlotte Fordham Dayton Fordham Charlotte Dayton

F F F F MF MF MF B B B GK

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

Honorable Mention Kelly Blumenschein Niki Conn Jess Hopton Jen Ruhe

Dayton Temple La Salle Richmond

MF F B B

Jr. So. So. Sr.

All-Rookie Team Shondel Archer Ashley Evangelista Morgan Herbert Allison Hu Natalie LeClair Alysha Mallon Colleen Williams Annie Worden Kate Yurkovic Katherine Boone Christine Neal

Richmond Rhode Island Duquesne Saint Louis Richmond Dayton Dayton Fordham Temple Dayton Saint Joseph’s

F F MF MF F B MF F F GK GK

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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Second Team Oni Bernard Lauren Sawyer Kelly Waeckerle Andrea Barklage Melanie Gamble Kaylen Shimoda Susan Frederickson Ally Kenney Emily Kenyon Kelsey Miller Lauren Brown

Charlotte Saint Joseph’s Saint Louis Saint Louis La Salle Rhode Island Saint Louis La Salle Dayton Dayton Charlotte

F F F MF MF MF B B B B GK

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

Academic All-Conference Hailey Beam Charlotte MF Lauren Brown Charlotte GK Traci DePasquale La Salle F Brittany Eger George Washington MF Ally Kenney La Salle B Emily Kenyon Dayton B Lauren MacCormick Dayton F Nicole Markert St. Bonaventure GK Megan Minnix Charlotte B Lauren Ott Duquesne B Kelly Waeckerle Saint Louis F

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

Offensive Player of the Year: Whitney Weinraub, Charlotte Defensive Player of the Year: Katherine Boone, Dayton Midfielder of the Year: Hailey Beam, Charlotte Rookie of the Year: Colleen Williams, Dayton Student-Athlete of the Year: Hailey Beam, Charlotte Coach of the Year: Mike Tucker, Dayton

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Academic Excellence/Community Service

Waeckerle, Hayes Lead the Way in 2009-10 Academic Achievements

Kelly Waeckerle

Ashley Hayes

Last fall, Kelly Waeckerle became the 13th player in Saint Louis women’s soccer history to earn Academic All-District honors when she was selected to the first team by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Waeckerle and Ashley Hayes were chosen to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-Region first and third teams, respectively,

giving the Billiken program its 15th and 16th players on that list. In addition, Waeckerle represented the Billikens on the Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference team. Waeckerle and Hayes were the frontrunners for a program that continued to uphold its standard of academic excellence. A total of 19 Billikens – 56 percent of the team – garnered a place on the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 semester GPA) in at least one semester, and 12 of those student-athletes appeared on the list in both semesters. Earning Commissioner’s Honor Roll plaudits for the fall and spring semesters were Katy Brooks, Christina Brown, Ashley Hayes, Allison Hu, Emily Kryzer, Jessica Lopez, Maura McKernan, Sarah Reinking, Sally Sinclair, Jacqui Smith, Christine Steinmetz and Amber Zdanovec. Making the list in either the fall or spring semester were Maggie Baumann, Kristyn Gawin, Hannah Koesterer, Hannah Perry, Alli Reimer, Kelly Waeckerle and Megan Yossi.

Billikens Take the Lead in Community Service Saint Louis University student-athletes volunteer and serve the community in a variety of ways. From visiting and aiding those who are ill or less fortunate to conducting clinics and signing autographs, Billiken student-athletes strive to put a smile on the faces of those they serve. This effort coincides with the University’s Jesuit tradition and mission of community service. In the 2009-10 academic year, SLU students, faculty and staff contributed more than 1 million community service hours to organizations, groups and individuals. The Billiken women’s soccer program takes this tradition and mission to heart, and head coach Tim Champion has led the way. In 2000, Champion was honored by the Special Needs Soccer

“When I came to Saint Louis in 1996, I was more committed to building a program than I was to merely building a team,” Champion said. “A big part of that is establishing what you want your players and your program to stand for. Beyond what happens on the field, our goal is to help our players develop as whole people. For our program, that means giving time and attention to things beyond soccer and academics. It means reaching out to those who haven’t been as fortunate as we have been – doing something for others because it is the right thing to do.” Association (SPENSA) for his many years of volunteer work. In addition to lending his own time, Champion has generated a host of other volunteers through his players during his coaching days at Nerinx Hall and now at Saint Louis. Beginning in 2002, the Billiken coaching staff took on a leadership role in SPENSA in addition to volunteering at events. In addition to their work with SPENSA, Saint Louis women’s soccer players have cheerfully offered their time to events and organizations such as NCAA YES Clinics, Special Olympics, Girl Scouts of America, Boys and Girls Clubs and the Marine Corps’ Toys For Tots program, just to name a few.

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(Left) SPENSA Night at the Billikens’ 2010 exhibition game vs. Arkansas. (Above) Kristyn Gawin and Christina Brown visit a St. Louis Children’s Hospital patient. (Right) Kaitlyn Doescher works at a Habitat for Humanity project in Florida.

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Career Records Points

1. Jamie Perry 2. Dee Guempel 3. Jenny Kehl Trisha Underberg 5. Cassi Winchell 6. Maureen Hughes 7. Courtney Hulcer 8. Katie Stewart 9. Julia Bradenberg 10. Kelly Ferguson

Goals

1. Jamie Perry 2. Cassi Winchell 3. Trisha Underberg 4. Maureen Hughes Dee Guempel 6. Jenny Kehl 7. Kelly Ferguson 8. Julia Bradenberg Katie Stewart 10. Christie Cigno

Assists

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Jenny Kehl 3. Dee Guempel 4. Jamie Perry Trisha Underberg 6. Maureen Hughes 7. Katie Stewart 8. Kathy Musschoot 9. Julia Bradenberg 10. Cassi Winchell Mandy Trokey

Shots

1. Jamie Perry 2. Dee Guempel 3. Courtney Hulcer 4. Cassi Winchell 5. Trisha Underberg 6. Kelly Waeckerle 7. Julia Bradenberg 8. Jenny Kehl 9. Kelly Ferguson 10. Katie Stewart

2001-04 2004-07 1996-99 2003-06 2003-06 1999-2002 2002-05 2006-09 1996-99 2002-03

41 29 28 25 25 22 20 19 19 17

2003-06 1999-2002 2003-06 2001-04 1996-99 2003-06 1996-99 1999-2000 2006-09 2004-07 1998-2002

37 34 31 22 22 19 17 16 15 14 14

2001-04 2003-06 2003-06 2004-07 1996-99 2006-09 2006-09 1999-2002 2002-05 1996-99

261 238 203 194 176 160 155 153 129 127

1. Amanda Martin 2. Hannah Perry 3. Meghann Burke 4. Hannah Koesterer 5. Jen Toth

Jamie Perry (2001-04), a three-time NSCAA All-Region forward, became the first 100-point scorer in program history and just the fifth player in Conference USA to cross that threshold.

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Dee Guempel 3. Maureen Hughes Kathy Musschoot 5. Jenny Kehl 6. Cassi Winchell Kathleen Schager Jamie Perry 9. Julia Bradenberg Kelly Ferguson Mandy Trokey

Games Started

2001-04 2003-06 2002-05 2006-09 2003-06 1996-99 1996-99 2006-09 2004-07 1999-2002

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Jamie Perry 3. Kelly Ferguson 4. Lauren Olson Meghann Burke Kathleen Schager 7. Jenny Kehl Mandy Trokey 9. Dee Guempel Trisha Underberg

Games Played 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 7 6 6

2003-05 2008-09 1999-2002 2006-09 1997-98

Goalkeeper Wins

Game-Winning Assists

Game-Winning Goals 1. Jamie Perry 2. Dee Guempel Kelly Ferguson 4. Julia Bradenberg Maureen Hughes Katie Stewart Trisha Underberg 8. Kelly Waeckerle 9. Cassi Winchell Jenny Kehl

Goals Against Avg. (2,500+ mins.)

2001-04 104 2003-06 81 1999-2002 78 1996-99 78 2004-07 72 2003-06 69 2003-06 57 1996-99 55 2006-09 53 2002-05 48

1. Tara Gresco Maureen Hughes Courtney Hulcer 4. Kelly Ferguson Jamie Perry 6. Lauren Olson Mandy Trokey 8. Liz Fox Dee Guempel Meghann Burke Jenny Kehl Kathleen Schager

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2003-06 2003-06 2003-06 1999-2000 1999-2002 2004-07 1997-2000 2001-04 2006-09 2002-05 1998-2002

21 13 8 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5

2003-06 2001-04 2002-05 2005-08 1999-2002 1997-2000 1999-2002 1998-2002 2003-06 1996-99

85 83 81 80 80 80 79 79 78 78

2003-06 2003-06 2003-06 2002-05 2001-04 2005-08 1998-2002 2004-07 2003-06 1999-2002 1999-2002 1997-2000

86 86 86 83 83 81 81 80 80 80 80 80

1. Meghann Burke 1999-2002 2. Amanda Martin 2003-05 3. Hannah Koesterer 2006-09 4. Hannah Perry 2008-09 5. Katie Grellinger 1996-99 6. Jen Toth 1997-98 7. Abby Goellner 2005 8. Lyndsay Gensler 2003-04 9. Amber Zdanovec 2006-09 Dominique Turk 2007-08

Goalkeeper Saves

1. Meghann Burke 1999-2002 2. Amanda Martin 2003-05 3. Jen Toth 1997-98 4. Hannah Perry 2008-09 5. Hannah Koesterer 2006-09 6. Katie Grellinger 1996-99 7. Abby Goellner 2005 8. Lyndsay Gensler 2003-04 9. Sascha Caban 1996 10. Amber Zdanovec 2006-09

0.65 0.80 0.89 1.18 1.30

48 34 20 18 15 13 7 4 3 3

347 197 171 121 103 72 45 31 28 23

Goalkeeper Minutes

1. Meghann Burke 1999-2002 7,602 2. Amanda Martin 2003-05 4,157 3. Hannah Perry 2008-09 3,621 4. Jen Toth 1997-98 3,115 5. Hannah Koesterer 2006-09 2,893 6. Katie Grellinger 1996-99 1,862 7. Abby Goellner 2005 981 8. Lyndsay Gensler 2003-04 816 9. Amber Zdanovec 2006-09 562:27 10. Sascha Caban 1996 562:25

Goalkeeper Shutouts 1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin 3. Hannah Perry 4. Hannah Koesterer Katie Grellinger 6. Jen Toth 7. Abby Goellner 8. Dominique Turk Lyndsay Gensler Sascha Caban

1999-2002 2003-05 2008-09 2006-09 1996-99 1997-98 2005 2007-08 2003-04 1996

38 19 18 10 10 9 6 3 3 3

NOTE: JenToth was a member of the Billikens from 1997-2000 but was a goalkeeper for only the first two seasons of her career.

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Season Records Team Highs

Most Wins..............................................................................16 in 2005 Most Losses...........................................................................12 in 1998 Most Ties....................................................................... 4 in 2008, 2009 Most Games Played................................................22 in 2003, 2004 Most Overtime Games......................................................7 in 1997 Longest Winning Streak...................................................9 in 2004 Longest Unbeaten Streak..............................................10 in 1999 Most Home Wins...............................................................11 in 2006 Most Road Wins....................................................................9 in 2005 Most Goals Scored............................................................49 in 2006 Most Assists...........................................................................46 in 2006 Most Points......................................................................... 144 in 2006 Most Shots.......................................................................... 377 in 2004 Most Goals Allowed...........................................................29 in 2001 Most Shutouts...........................................................13 in 2003, 2004 Most Consecutive Shutouts...................... 5 in 2000, 2004, 2005 Consecutive Shutout Minutes..............................568:02 in 2000

Team Lows

Fewest Wins............................................................................7 in 1998 Fewest Losses........................................................................3 in 1999 Fewest Ties........................................................ 1 in 1998, 2002, 2004 Fewest Games Played......................................................18 in 2007 Fewest Overtime Games.................................................2 in 2005 Longest Losing Streak.......................................................4 in 1998 Longest Non-Win Streak........................4 in 1998, 2009 (twice) Fewest Home Losses.............. 1 in 1999, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009 Fewest Road Losses............................................................1 in 1999 Fewest Goals Scored........................................................21 in 2008 Fewest Assists......................................................................13 in 2007 Fewest Points.......................................................................59 in 2008 Fewest Shots Allowed................................................... 141 in 1999 Fewest Goals Allowed......................................................13 in 2004 Fewest Shutouts............................................. 6 in 1997, 1998, 2001

Kelly Young (1997-2000) was the program’s first NSCAA Scholar All-American and one of its first two NSCAA All-Region selections. She was a leader on a defensive unit that ranked 15th nationally in goals against average in 1999 and 2000. In 2007,Young became the first women’s soccer player inducted into the Billiken Hall of Fame, earning the honor as an individual and as part of the 1999 team.

Points

1. Jamie Perry Jamie Perry 3. Julia Bradenberg 4. Dee Guempel 5. Maureen Hughes Jamie Perry Trisha Underberg Kelly Massman 9. Jenny Kehl 10. Kelly Ferguson Holly Bina Trisha Underberg

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2003 2002 2006 2004 2005 2001 1999 1996 2000 2005 1997 1997

29 29 28 27 26 26 26 26 25 24 24 24

Goals

1. Jamie Perry 2. Kelly Ferguson Jamie Perry Trisha Underberg Kelly Massman 6. Julia Bradenberg Maureen Hughes Jamie Perry Holly Bina 10. Dee Guempel Christie Cigno Jenny Kehl

2002 2005 2001 1999 1996 2006 2005 2003 1997 2004 2002 2000

13 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

Assists

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Jenny Kehl Katie Hornburg 4. Jenny Kehl Kathy Musschoot 6. Dee Guempel Dee Guempel Courtney Hulcer Jamie Perry 10. Ashley Brazill Courtney Hulcer Staci Dowdy Trisha Underberg

2005 2002 1996 2001 2000 2005 2004 2004 2003 2009 2003 1997 1997

15 12 12 10 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

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Season Records Shots

1. Jamie Perry 2. Dee Guempel 3. Jamie Perry 4. Dee Guempel 5. Kelly Waeckerle 6. Cassi Winchell Courtney Hulcer 8. Cassi Winchell 9. Courtney Hulcer 10. Jamie Perry Jenny Kehl

2003 2006 2004 2004 2009 2005 2004 2004 2005 2001 2000

Game-Winning Goals

1. Julia Bradenberg Kelly Ferguson 3. Kelly Massman 4. Maureen Hughes Cassi Winchell Dee Guempel Jamie Perry Jenny Kehl Katie Stewart Trisha Underberg Alyssa Mautz

2006 2005 1996 2005 2004 2003 2001 2000 1999 1999 2007

Game-Winning Assists

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Dee Guempel Courtney Hulcer Courtney Hulcer Jamie Perry Jenny Kehl Kathy Musschoot 8. Courtney Hulcer Maureen Hughes Kathleen Schager

2005 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2000 2006 2005 1999

83 79 70 63 62 61 61 60 56 55 55 6 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4

Goalkeeper Wins

1. Amanda Martin Meghann Burke 3. Hannah Koesterer Meghann Burke Meghann Burke 6. Hannah Perry Amanda Martin 8. Katie Grellinger 9. Amanda Martin 10. Meghann Burke

2004 1999 2006 2002 2000 2008 2003 1996 2005 2001

14 14 13 13 13 11 11 10 9 8

Goals Against Avg. (1,200+ mins.)

1. Amanda Martin 2. Amanda Martin 3. Meghann Burke 4. Meghann Burke 5. Hannah Perry 6. Meghann Burke 7. Hannah Perry 8. Jen Toth 9. Katie Grellinger 10. Hannah Koesterer

Goalkeeper Saves 1. Meghann Burke 2. Jen Toth 3. Amanda Martin 4. Meghann Burke 5. Meghann Burke 6. Meghann Burke 7. Hannah Perry 8. Jen Toth 9. Katie Grellinger 10. Hannah Koesterer

Two-time All-American and three-time conference Defensive Player of the Year Courtney Hulcer (2003-06) holds school records for assists in a season and career.

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2004 2003 1999 2000 2008 2002 2009 1997 1996 2006

0.53 0.63 0.65 0.72 0.777 0.784 0.82 1.05 1.10 1.20

2001 1998 2004 2002 1999 2000 2008 1997 1996 2007

106 102 101 86 79 76 72 69 57 54

Goalkeeper Minutes 1. Meghann Burke 2. Hannah Perry 3. Meghann Burke 4. Amanda Martin 5. Meghann Burke 6. Meghann Burke 7. Hannah Koesterer 8. Jen Toth 9. Hannah Perry 10. Jen Toth

2000 2008 1999 2004 2002 2001 2006 1998 2009 1997

Goalkeeper Shutouts 1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin 3. Hannah Perry Meghann Burke Meghann Burke 6. Hannah Perry 7. Amanda Martin 8. Hannah Koesterer Abby Goellner Meghann Burke Katie Grellinger

2002 2004 2008 2000 1999 2009 2003 2006 2005 2001 1996

2,013 1,970 1,926 1,854 1,837 1,826 1,724 1,662 1,651 1,453 12 11 10 10 10 8 7 6 6 6 6

Meghann Burke (1999-2002) was SLU’s first All-American, the Conference USA co-Player of the Decade and a two-time C-USA Defensive Player of the Year.

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Season Records by Class Points

SENIOR

1. Trisha Underberg 2. Kelly Ferguson 3. Dee Guempel 4. Jenny Kehl 5. Maureen Hughes Jamie Perry

Goals

1. Kelly Ferguson Trisha Underberg 3. Dee Guempel Maureen Hughes Jamie Perry

Assists

1. Jenny Kehl 2. Dee Guempel 3. Kelly Waeckerle Maureen Hughes Jamie Perry

Shots

1. Dee Guempel 2. Jamie Perry 3. Kelly Waeckerle 4. Cassi Winchell Courtney Hulcer

Shots

1999 2005 2006 2002 2006 2004

26 24 23 22 20 20

2005 1999 2006 2006 2004

11 11 7 7 7

2002 2006 2009 2006 2004

12 9 6 6 6

2006 2004 2009 2007 2006

79 70 62 53 53

Game-Winning Goals

1. Kelly Ferguson 2. Katie Stewart Trisha Underberg 4. Dee Guempel 5. Lauren Olson Maureen Hughes Kathleen Schager

2005 1999 1999 2006 2008 2006 2000

Game-Winning Assists

1. Jenny Kehl 2. Courtney Hulcer 3. Dee Guempel 4. Susan Frederickson Maureen Hughes Kelly Ferguson

2002 2006 2006 2009 2006 2005

Goals Against Average

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin

Goalkeeper Minutes

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin

Goalkeeper Saves

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin

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2002 2005

1. Jamie Perry 2. Courtney Hulcer 3. Julia Bradenberg 4. Staci Dowdy 5. Ashley Brazill

Game-Winning Goals

1. Maureen Hughes 2. Julia Bradenberg Jamie Perry 4. Ashley Hayes Kelly Waeckerle Kelly Ferguson Kathleen Schager Trisha Underberg

5 4 3 2 2 2

0.78 0.91

Maureen Hughes (2003-06), an NSCAA All-Region and Scholar All-America selection, established school records for goals (10) and game-winning goals (four) by a junior in 2005.

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Jamie Perry 3. Maureen Hughes Kathleen Schager 5. Ashley Brazill Dee Guempel Staci Dowdy

Goalkeeper Shutouts

Goals Against Average

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin

Points

1,837 885

2002 2005

86 46

2002 2005

12 1

2002 2005

13 9

2003 2005 2001 2005 1999

29 26 20 19 19

2005 2003 2006 2008 1999 1998

10 10 7 6 6 6

JUNIOR

1. Jamie Perry 2. Maureen Hughes 3. Jenny Kehl 4. Courtney Hulcer Kathleen Schager

Goals

1. Maureen Hughes Jamie Perry 3. Cassi Winchell 4. Julia Bradenberg Kathleen Schager Trisha Underberg

Assists

2002 2005

2005 2008 2003 2008 2008 2004 1999 1998

Game-Winning Assists

Goalkeeper Wins

6 4 4 3 2 2 2

2003 2005 2008 1997 2009

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Jenny Kehl 3. Dee Guempel Jamie Perry 5. Ashley Brazill Staci Dowdy

2005 2001 2005 2003 2009 1997

15 10 9 9 8 8

1. Katie Grellinger 2. Amanda Martin 3. Jen Toth 4. Meghann Burke

Goalkeeper Minutes

1. Amanda Martin 2. Meghann Burke 3. Jen Toth 4. Katie Grellinger

Goalkeeper Saves

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin 3. Jen Toth 4. Katie Grellinger

2005 2003 2005 1999 2009 2005 1997

Goalkeeper Wins

1. Amanda Martin 2. Meghann Burke 3. Jen Toth 4. Katie Grellinger

4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

7 5 4 4 3 3 3

1998 2004 1997 2001

0.00 0.53 1.05 1.43

2004 2001 1997 1998

1,854 1,826 1,453 186

2001 2004 1997 1998

106 101 69 4

Goalkeeper Shutouts

1. Amanda Martin 2. Meghann Burke 3. Jen Toth 4. Katie Grellinger

83 56 54 51 45

2004 2001 1997 1998

11 6 4 1

2004 2001 1997 1998

14 8 7 1

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Season Records by Class Points

SOPHOMORE

1. Jamie Perry 2. Dee Guempel 3. Kelly Massman 4. Jenny Kehl 5. Holly Bina Trisha Underberg

Goals

1. Jamie Perry 2. Kelly Massman 3. Holly Bina 4. Dee Guempel Jenny Kehl

Assists

1. Kathy Musschoot 2. Dee Guempel Courtney Hulcer 4. Trisha Underberg 5. Jenny Kehl

Shots

1. Dee Guempel 2. Cassi Winchell Courtney Hulcer 4. Jenny Kehl 5. Jamie Perry

2002 2004 1996 2000 1997 1997

29 27 26 25 24 24

2002 1996 1997 2004 2000

13 11 10 9 9

2000 2004 2004 1997 2000 2004 2005 2004 2000 2002

1. Kelly Massman 1996 2. Jenny Kehl 2000 3. Seven tied at

Game-Winning Assists

1. Dee Guempel 2004 Courtney Hulcer 2004 Kathy Musschoot 2000 4. Cassi Winchell 2005 5. Six tied at

Goals Against Average

Goalkeeper Minutes

1. Meghann Burke 2. Jen Toth 3. Hannah Perry 4. Amanda Martin 5. Hannah Koesterer

Goalkeeper Saves

1. Jen Toth 2. Meghann Burke 3. Hannah Koesterer 4. Amanda Martin 5. Hannah Perry

1. Meghann Burke 2. Hannah Perry 3. Amanda Martin 4. Jen Toth 5. Hannah Koesterer

Goalkeeper Wins

1. Meghann Burke 2. Amanda Martin 3. Hannah Perry Hannah Koesterer 5. Jen Toth

Points

Game-Winning Goals

1. Katie Grellinger 2. Amanda Martin 3. Meghann Burke 4. Hannah Perry 5. Lyndsay Gensler

Goalkeeper Shutouts

10 9 9 8 7 69 61 61 55 53 5 4 3 5 5 5 3 2

1997 2003 2000 2009 2004

0.25 0.63 0.72 0.82 1.01

2000 1998 2009 2003 2007

2,013 1,662 1,651 1,418 1,169

1998 2000 2007 2003 2009

102 76 54 50 49

Goals

1. Jamie Perry 2. Julia Bradenberg 3. Christie Cigno 4. Cassi Winchell Dee Guempel 1. Katie Hornburg 2. Julia Bradenberg Courtney Hulcer 4. Kathy Musschoot 5. Tara Gresco Jenny Kehl Kathleen Schager

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10 8 7 5 4

2000 2003 2009 2007 1998

13 11 7 7 6

Shots

1. Cassi Winchell 2. Jamie Perry 3. Dee Guempel 4. Julia Bradenberg 5. Trisha Underberg

2004 2001 2003 2006 1996

Game-Winning Goals

1. Julia Bradenberg 2. Cassi Winchell Dee Guempel Jamie Perry Alyssa Mautz

2006 2004 2003 2001 2007

Game-Winning Assists

FRESHMAN

1. Julia Bradenberg 2. Jamie Perry 3. Christie Cigno 4. Dee Guempel 5. Cassi Winchell Katie Hornburg

Assists

2000 2009 2003 1998 2007

2006 2001 2002 2003 2004 1996

28 26 22 20 18 18

2001 2006 2002 2004 2003

11 10 9 8 8

1996 2006 2003 1999 2003 1999 1997

12 8 8 6 5 5 5

1. Courtney Hulcer 2. Kathy Musschoot Katie Hornburg 4. Dee Guempel Christie Cigno Mandy Trokey

2003 1999 1996 2003 2002 1999

Goals Against Average

1. Lyndsay Gensler 2. Meghann Burke 3. Hannah Perry 4. Abby Goellner 5. Dominique Turk

Goalkeeper Minutes

1. Hannah Perry 2. Meghann Burke 3. Hannah Koesterer 4. Katie Grellinger 5. Abby Goellner

Goalkeeper Saves

1. Meghann Burke 2. Hannah Perry 3. Katie Grellinger 4. Hannah Koesterer 5. Abby Goellner

Goalkeeper Wins

1. Meghann Burke 2. Hannah Koesterer 3. Hannah Perry 4. Katie Grellinger 5. Abby Goellner

6 4 4 4 4 5 3 3 2 2 2

2003 1999 2008 2005 2007

0.57 0.65 0.78 0.825 0.833

2008 1999 2006 1996 2005

1,970 1,926 1,724 1,313 981

1999 2008 1996 2006 2005

79 72 57 49 45

Goalkeeper Shutouts

1. Hannah Perry Meghann Burke 3. Hannah Koesterer Abby Goellner Katie Grellinger

70 55 47 45 42

2008 1999 2006 2005 1996

10 10 6 6 6

1999 2006 2008 1996 2005

14 13 11 10 7

Dee Guempel holds the SLU sophomore records for shots and game-winning assists.

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Game Records Team

Goals Scored.......................................... 12 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Goals Scored, Loss............................3, 2x, last at Xavier, 10/13/06 Goals Allowed...............................................7 at Cincinnati, 9/27/96 Goals Allowed, Win............. 3, 2x, last vs. Saint Joseph’s, 10/20/06 Goals Scored, Both Teams............... 12 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Goals Scored, 1st Half...........................6 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Goals Scored, 2nd Half............................. 7 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Points......................................................... 36 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Margin of Victory.................................. 12 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Margin of Victory, Shutout............... 12 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Margin of Victory, Home................... 12 vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Margin of Victory, Road...........................7 at UT Martin, 9/10/99 Margin of Defeat..........................................6 at Cincinnati, 9/27/96 Margin of Defeat, Shutout.................4 at Santa Clara, 11/13/05 Margin of Defeat, Home............................. 3 vs. Illinois, 11/12/06 Margin of Defeat, Away............................6 at Cincinnati, 9/27/96 Shots.................................................. 47 vs. Western Illinois, 10/12/97 Shots Allowed.........................................29 vs. West Virginia, 9/9/01 Fewest Shots Allowed............0, 2x, last at Western Ill., 10/24/03 Most Fouls....................................... 26, 2x, last at Houston, 10/8/00 Most Corner Kicks...................... 20 vs. Western Illinois, 10/12/97

Individual

Points.................... 8 by Kelly Massman vs. Tennessee Tech, 11/3/96 1st-Half Points.......6 by Holly Bina vs. Western Illinois, 10/12/97 2nd-Half Points........................................ 5, 2x, last by Alyssa Mautz vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/14/07 Goals..................... 4 by Kelly Massman vs. Tennessee Tech, 11/3/96 Assists.................5 by Katie Hornburg vs. Tennessee Tech, 11/3/96 1st-Half Assists..................................................4 by Katie Hornburg vs. Tennessee Tech, 11/3/96 2nd-Half Assists.............................3, 2x, last by Laura Wiedemeier vs. UT Martin, 10/30/98 Shots.......................... 11 by Jamie Perry vs. Arkansas State, 8/31/03 Goalkeeper Saves............................12, 3x, last by Meghann Burke at East Carolina, 10/21/01

The 2006 Bills set school marks for goals (49), assists (46), points (144) and home wins (11) while winning the A-10 Championship crown and reaching the NCAA Tournament for a second straight season.

Top Five Attendance Marks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kansas (9/1/00) Vanderbilt (10/29/03) Louisville (10/17/03) Charlotte (9/30/05) Iowa (8/27/99)

2,768 1,824 1,660 1,544 1,477

All-Time Hat Tricks

Kelly Massman..........................4 vs. Tennessee Tech, 11/3/96 Cassi Winchell......................... 3 at St. Bonaventure, 10/6/06 Jamie Perry................................................ 3 vs. Drury, 8/30/02 Anny Lucier......................................... 3 vs. Louisville, 9/29/00 Holly Bina............................... 3 vs. Western Illinois, 10/12/97 Holly Bina................................... 3 at Tennessee Tech, 8/31/97 Jen Benson............................. 3 vs. Central Missouri, 8/31/96

Program Firsts

Game..................................................vs. Central Missouri, 8/31/96 Win.....................................................vs. Central Missouri, 8/31/96 Loss.....................................................................vs. Evansville, 9/6/96 Shutout by SLU.................................vs. Central Missouri, 8/31/96 Shutout by Opponent........................................... vs. UAB, 9/20/96 Goal..........................by Jen Benson vs. Central Missouri, 8/31/96 Assist...............by Katie Hornburg vs. Central Missouri, 8/31/96

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Before becoming an All-Region sweeper, Anny Lucier (2000-03) was the first Billiken to turn a hat trick in conference play.

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All-Time Awards and Honors

Athletic All-America

Julia Bradenberg, Forward Soccer Buzz Freshman 4th Team – 2006 Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper NSCAA 2nd Team – 2002 Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 2002 Soccer Buzz Freshman 2nd Team – 1999 Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 2004 Soccer Buzz 4th Team – 2006

Conference Player of the Year

Julia Bradenberg, Forward A-10 Rookie – 2006

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper C-USA Defensive – 2000, 2002 C-USA Freshman – 1999 Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back A-10 Defensive – 2005, 2006 C-USA Defensive – 2004 Jamie Perry, Forward C-USA Freshman – 2001

All-Region

Andrea Barklage, Midfielder NSCAA 2nd Team – 2009 Julia Bradenberg, Forward NSCAA 2nd Team – 2006 Soccer Buzz Freshman – 2006

Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back NSCAA 1st Team – 2005, 2006 Soccer Buzz 1st Team – 2004, 2006 NSCAA 2nd Team – 2004 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 2005

Liz Fox, Back A-10 1st Team – 2007

Jenny Kehl, Midfielder/Forward NSCAA 2nd Team – 2000, 2002 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 2000, 2001 Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 2002

Mary Green, Midfielder/Back A-10 2nd Team – 2006

Anny Lucier, Forward/Back NSCAA 3rd Team – 2003 Lauren Olson, Back NSCAA 3rd Team – 2008 Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 2008 Jamie Perry, Forward NSCAA 2nd Team – 2002, 2003 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 2003 NSCAA 3rd Team – 2004 Kathleen Schager, Midfielder Soccer Buzz Freshman – 1997 Trisha Underberg, Midfielder NSCAA 1st Team – 1999 Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 1999 Shannon VanMatre, Back Soccer Buzz Freshman – 2004 Kelly Young, Back NSCAA 1st Team – 1999 NSCAA 2nd Team – 2000 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 1999, 2000

All-Conference

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper NSCAA 1st Team – 2002 Soccer Buzz 1st Team – 2002 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 1999 NSCAA 3rd Team – 2000 Soccer Buzz Freshman – 1999

Andrea Barklage, Midfielder A-10 2nd Team – 2009

Christie Cigno, Midfielder NSCAA 3rd Team – 2003 Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 2003 Soccer Buzz Freshman – 2002

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper C-USA 1st Team – 2000, 2002 C-USA 2nd Team – 1999 C-USA 3rd Team – 2001 C-USA Freshman – 1999

Kelly Ferguson, Midfielder NSCAA 2nd Team – 2005 Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 2005 Liz Fox, Back Soccer Buzz 3rd Team – 2007 Dee Guempel, Midfielder/Forward NSCAA 1st Team – 2004 Soccer Buzz 1st Team – 2004 NSCAA 2nd Team – 2006 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 2006 Maureen Hughes, Midfielder/Forward NSCAA 2nd Team – 2005 Soccer Buzz 2nd Team – 2005

Julia Bradenberg, Forward A-10 2nd Team – 2006, 2007, 2008 A-10 Rookie – 2006

Carrie Carlson, Back C-USA Freshman – 2000 Christie Cigno, Midfielder C-USA 2nd Team – 2003 C-USA Freshman – 2002 Lachlyne Eastman, Back A-10 1st Team – 2005 Kelly Ferguson, Midfielder A-10 1st Team – 2005 C-USA 2nd Team – 2004 C-USA 3rd Team – 2003

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Susan Frederickson, Back A-10 2nd Team – 2009

Tara Gresco, Back A-10 1st Team – 2005 Dee Guempel, Midfielder/Forward A-10 1st Team – 2006 C-USA 1st Team – 2004 C-USA Freshman – 2003 Marilyn Haegele, Back C-USA 1st Team – 1997 Holly Houston, Back C-USA 3rd Team – 1999 Allison Hu, Back A-10 Rookie – 2009 Maureen Hughes, Midfielder/Forward A-10 1st Team – 2005, 2006 Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back A-10 1st Team – 2005, 2006 C-USA 1st Team – 2004 C-USA Freshman – 2003 Jenny Kehl, Midfielder/Forward C-USA 1st Team – 2000, 2001, 2002 C-USA Freshman – 1999 Anny Lucier, Forward/Back C-USA 2nd Team – 2003 C-USA Freshman – 2000 Amanda Martin, Goalkeeper C-USA 1st Team – 2004 Kelly Massman, Forward C-USA 1st Team – 1996 Alyssa Mautz, Midfielder A-10 Rookie – 2007 Megan McNiff, Back C-USA 2nd Team – 2000 C-USA 3rd Team – 2002 Janet Oberle, Back/Midfielder C-USA 3rd Team – 1996 Lauren Olson, Back A-10 1st Team – 2008 A-10 Rookie – 2005 Hannah Perry, Goalkeeper A-10 Rookie – 2008 Jamie Perry, Forward C-USA 1st Team – 2002, 2003 C-USA 2nd Team – 2001, 2004 C-USA Freshman – 2001

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All-Time Awards and Honors Kathleen Schager, Midfielder C-USA 2nd Team – 1997, 1999, 2000 C-USA Freshman – 1997 Katie Stewart, Midfielder C-USA 2nd Team – 1997 C-USA 3rd Team – 1998 Mandy Trokey, Midfielder C-USA 3rd Team – 1999, 2000 C-USA Freshman – 1999

Cassi Winchell, Forward C-USA Freshman – 2004

Trisha Underberg, Midfielder C-USA 1st Team – 1997, 1999 C-USA 2nd Team – 1996, 1998 C-USA Freshman – 1996

Kelly Young, Back C-USA 1st Team – 1999, 2000

Shannon VanMatre, Back C-USA Freshman – 2004

Katie Zaegel, Midfielder C-USA Freshman – 1998

Kelly Waeckerle, Forward A-10 2nd Team – 2009 A-10 Rookie – 2006

Academic NSCAA Scholar All-America

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper 2nd Team – 2002 Kelly Ferguson, Midfielder 2nd Team – 2005

Maureen Hughes, Midfielder/Forward 3rd Team – 2006 Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back 2nd Team – 2006 Jenny Kehl, Midfielder/Forward 2nd Team – 2002 Kara Kornfeld, Back 3rd Team – 2004

Mary Green, Midfielder/Back 2nd Team – 2007 Maureen Hughes, Midfielder/Forward 1st Team – 2006

Mary Green, Midfielder/Back 2nd Team – 2006

Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back 1st Team – 2005, 2006

Tara Gresco, Back 1st Team – 2006

Jenny Kehl, Midfielder/Forward 1st Team – 2001, 2002

Ashley Hayes, Midfielder 3rd Team – 2009 Maureen Hughes, Midfielder/Forward 1st Team – 2006 Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back 1st Team – 2006 2nd Team – 2005

Kara Kornfeld, Back 1st Team – 2004 Anny Lucier, Forward/Back 1st Team – 2003 Lauren Olson, Back 1st Team – 2007, 2008

Lauren Olson, Back 2nd Team – 2008

Jenny Kehl, Midfielder/Forward 1st Team – 2002 2nd Team – 2001

Jamie Perry, Forward 2nd Team – 2004

Kara Kornfeld, Back 1st Team – 2004

Trisha Underberg, Midfielder 1st Team – 1999

Kelly Young, Back 3rd Team – 2000

Anny Lucier, Forward/Back 3rd Team – 2003

Kelly Waeckerle, Forward 1st Team – 2009

Megan McNiff, Back 2nd Team – 2002 3rd Team – 2001

Conference Sport Scholar Athlete of the Year

CoSIDA Academic All-America

Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back 1st Team – 2005, 2006 Jenny Kehl, Midfielder/Forward 2nd Team – 2002 Kara Kornfeld, Back 3rd Team – 2004 Lauren Olson, Back 2nd Team – 2008 Jamie Perry, Forward 2nd Team – 2004

NSCAA All-Region Scholar Athlete

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper 1st Team – 2002 2nd Team – 2001 Carrie Carlson, Back 3rd Team – 2003

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Kelly Ferguson, Midfielder 1st Team – 2005 3rd Team – 2004

Jamie Perry, Forward 1st Team – 2002, 2003, 2004

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper C-USA – 2002

Lauren Olson, Back 1st Team – 2008

Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back A-10 – 2006

Jamie Perry, Forward 1st Team – 2004 2nd Team – 2003

Jamie Perry, Forward C-USA – 2003

Kelly Waeckerle, Forward 1st Team – 2009

Trisha Underberg, Midfielder C-USA – 1997

Kelly Young, Back 1st Team – 1999, 2000

Academic All-Conference

CoSIDA Academic All-District

Meghann Burke, Goalkeeper 1st Team – 2001 Kelly Ferguson, Midfielder 2nd Team – 2005 Liz Fox, Back 1st Team – 2007

Kelly Ferguson, Midfielder A-10 – 2005

Mary Green, Midfielder/Back A-10 – 2006, 2007 Courtney Hulcer, Midfielder/Back A-10 – 2005, 2006 Lauren Olson, Back A-10 – 2007, 2008 Kelly Waeckerle, Forward A-10 – 2008, 2009

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All-Time Roster

Allgaier, Katie

Angieri, Isabelle

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arklage, Andrea Baumann, Maggie Benson, Jennifer Berzon, Barrett Bina, Holly Bozesky, Lauren Bradenberg, Julia Brazill, Ashley Brooks, Katy Brown, Christina Burke, Meghann Burke, Molly

C

aban, Sascha Campbell, Kelly Carlson, Carrie Cigno, Christie Combs, Lauren Crawford, Heather

D

eStefano, Jessica Doescher, Kaitlyn Douglass, Blair Dowdy, Staci

Eastman, Lachlyne

Eichorn, Melissa

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arrell, Maggie Ferguson, Kelly Fox, Liz Frederickson, Susan

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awin, Kristyn Genovese, Tonya Gensler, Lyndsay Gerweck, Ellen Ghirardi, Chrissy Godwin, Jackie Goellner, Abby Gossman, Melissa Green, Mary Grellinger, Katie Gresco, Tara Grimaldi, Ellen Guempel, Dee Gutierrez, Alyssa

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aegele, Marilyn Hartmann, Molly Hayes, Ashley Hedges, Lucy Hemmig, Kim Hetterman, Kelly Hill, Jennifer Hoarty, Maureen Holmes, Katie Hopfinger, Becky

2005-08 2007 2008-09 2009 1996 1999-2000 1996-98 2006-09 2006-09 2007-09 2006-09 2007-09 1999-2002 2005 1996 2004-05 2000-03 2002-03 2005 2004-07 2004-07 2009 2001 1997-98 2002-05 1996 2006-07 2002-05 2004-07 2006-09 2007-09 1997 2003-04 2001-04 2007 1996 2005 1998-2001 2005-07 1996-99 2003-06 1999 2003-06 2009 1996-97 2005-08 2006-09 2008 2005-08 1997-98 1996 1996 1998-99 2003-04

Hornburg, Katie Houston, Holly Hu, Allison Hughes, Maureen Hulcer, Courtney

J

ohnson, MaKensie Jones, Liz

K

aminski, Laurie Kehl, Jenny Koesterer, Hannah Kornfeld, Kara Kriegel, Emma Kryzer, Emily Kustura, Colleen

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opez, Jessica Lucier, Anny

Mansell, Jenny

Mansell, Katie Martin, Amanda Massman, Kelly Mautz, Alyssa McCann, Shawn McDonnell, Katie McKernan, Maura McMaster, Andrea McNiff, Megan McRoberts, Jill Metzinger, Tracy Moberg, Beth Mohsen, Ismahan Murman, Kelly Murphy, Annabel Musschoot, Kathy Myers, Shannon

N

abozny, Beth Nahlik, Cheri Neidenbach, Trisha

O

berle, Janet O’Brien, Erin Olson, Lauren

P

artridge, Jill Pecher, Tressa Perry, Hannah Perry, Jamie Potrafke, Lindsay

R

eimer, Alli Reinking, Sarah Richardson, Lori Rosenfeld, Lauren

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apienza, Kristen Schaeffer, Michelle Schager, Kathleen Schmidt, Amy

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1996 1996-99 2009 2003-06 2003-06 2002-05 2001-02 2000-02 1999-2002 2006-09 2002-04 2007 2007-09 2008-09 2008-09 2000-03 2000 2006-09 2003-05 1996 2007 1996-97 1998-2001 2008-09 2007 1999-2002 1997 2009 1998-2001 1998-2001 1996 2003 1999-2000 1999-2002 2000-03 1996 2002-03 1996 2004-06 2005-08

Schoeplein, Molly Schuch, Anna Schweitzer, Sarah Schwetye, Erin Sinclair, Kim Sinclair, Sally Smith, Abby Smith, Amy Smith, Jacqui Sole, Allison Sommers, Ellie Stay, Erin Steinmetz, Christine Stewart, Katie Suljic, Jasmina Sullivan, Kelly Sweeney, Caroline Swindle, Sara

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arone, Gina Thull, Karyn Ann Tissi, Jen Toth, Jen Trokey, Mandy Turk, Dominique Tusinski, Kati Twellman, Alex

Underberg,Trisha Van Alstyne, Anna

VanMatre, Shannon Viviano, Emily

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aeckerle, Kelly Wells, Parris Werkmeister, Caitlin Wiedemeier, Laura Wiley, Kathleen Winchell, Cassi

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ossi, Megan Young, Kelly

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aegel, Katie Zdanovec, Amber

2001 2003 2002-05 2000-02 2002-04 2006-09 2004 2004-05 2006-09 2005-08 2004 2001, 2003 2007-09 1996-99 2008-09 1996-98 2005 1999-2001 1997-98 1996 1996-97 1997-2000 1998-2002 2007-08 1996 2005-06 1996-99 2007-08 2004 2009 2006-09 2009 2007-09 1998-99 2001 2004-07 2006-09 1997-2000 1998-2002 2006-09

1997-99 2001-03 2008-09 2001-04 2000-03 2009 2008-09 1997-2000 2001-02 2006-09 1996 1997-2000 1996-99

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Year-by-Year Results 1996 – Coach Tim Champion 12-6-2, 6-3-0 C-USA

8/31 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/18 10/22 10/25 10/30 11/3 11/7 11/9

Central Missouri Evansville at Missouri at Illinois State at Loyola Chicago UAB* Tulane* at Cincinnati* at Louisville* (2ot) South Florida* Charlotte* Western Michigan at Missouri State Memphis* at Marquette* (2ot) at DePaul* at Eastern Illinois (2ot) Tennessee Tech vs. UAB# (2ot) vs. Cincinnati#

* Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, Charlotte, N.C. (SLU advanced over UAB on PKs)

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

9-0 1-2 2-0 2-2 3-1 0-1 0-1 1-7 3-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 2-3 8-0 1-1 0-2

1997 – Coach Tim Champion 11-5-3, 4-4-1 C-USA

8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/5 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/21 10/24 10/26 11/2 11/6

at Tennessee Tech at Evansville Loyola Chicago at UAB* (2ot) at Tulane* (ot) Cincinnati* Louisville* at South Florida* (ot) Eastern Illinois DePaul* Marquette* (ot) Western Illinois at Charlotte* at Memphis* (2ot) at Illinois Green Bay Missouri State (2ot) Missouri UAB# (2ot)

* Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, St. Louis, Mo. (UAB advanced over SLU on PKs)

W 6-1 L 1-2 W 6-0 W 3-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 1-0 T 2-2 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 0-1 W 10-0 L 0-2 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 2-0 T 1-1 W 3-1 T 1-1

1998 – Coach Tim Champion 7-12-1, 4-7-0 C-USA

9/1 9/4 9/6 9/13 9/15 9/18 9/20 9/25 9/27 9/30 10/2 10/4 10/7 10/13 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25

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Houston* vs. Mississippi State! at Vanderbilt! Indiana at Missouri at DePaul* (ot) at Marquette* Louisville* Cincinnati* Evansville at Tulane* (ot) at Southern Miss* at Missouri State (2ot) Drury Memphis* UAB* at Charlotte* at South Florida*

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

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

10/30 UT Martin 11/4 vs. Charlotte#

W 12-0 L 0-2

! Vanderbilt/Diadora Classic, Nashville,Tenn. * Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, Dallas,Texas

1999 – Coach Tim Champion 14-3-3, 8-1-2 C-USA C-USA Regular-Season Champs

8/27 8/29 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/15 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/12 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 11/3

Iowa Duke at Green Bay at UT Martin at Indiana (2ot) Missouri State Marquette* (2ot) DePaul* (ot) at Cincinnati* at Louisville* Southern Miss* Tulane* at Drury at Evansville at UAB* (2ot) at Memphis* South Florida* Charlotte* at Houston* (2ot) vs. Southern Miss#

* Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, Dallas,Texas

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

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

2000 – Coach Tim Champion 13-5-3, 8-0-3 C-USA

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/6 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/4 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20

Drury Creighton Kansas at Missouri State at Iowa (ot) at Tulane* Southern Miss* (ot) at Charlotte* (2ot) at South Florida* Louisville* Cincinnati* Evansville at SMU at Houston* (2ot) at DePaul* at Marquette* (2ot) Memphis*

W 6-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 W 5-1 L 1-2 W 3-2 W 1-0 T 0-0 W 2-0 W 10-0 W 4-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 T 0-0 W 1-0 T 0-0 W 3-1

10/22 10/28 11/1 11/2

UAB* at Wisconsin Tulane# Cincinnati# (2ot)

* Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, St. Louis, Mo.

W L W L

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

2001 – Coach Tim Champion 8-10-1, 5-4-1 C-USA

9/4 9/7 9/9 9/18 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/2 10/9 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/7

at Creighton (ot) vs. Auburn^ vs. West Virginia^ (2ot) Iowa Memphis* TCU* (2ot) at Houston* at Tulane* Missouri State (ot) at Evansville Cincinnati* Louisville* at Charlotte* (2ot) at East Carolina* (2ot) at Marquette* DePaul* at Kansas Wisconsin vs. Cincinnati#

^ Virginia Soccer Classic, Charlottesville,Va. * Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, Milwaukee,Wis.

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

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

2002 – Coach Tim Champion 13-6-1, 6-3-1 C-USA

8/30 9/2 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/29 10/5 10/7 10/11 10/13 10/18 10/20 10/25

Drury at Vanderbilt (ot) Army^ Navy^ vs. Davidson$ vs. #12 Connecticut$ at Memphis* at UAB* Southern Miss* South Florida* vs. Idaho State% at Arizona% at DePaul* #14 Marquette* (2ot) Western Illinois East Carolina* at Louisville*

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

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

The 2005 Bills won a school-record 16 games and became the first women’s team at Saint Louis to earn an NCAA Tournament berth.

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Year-by-Year Results 10/27 at #21 Cincinnati* 11/1 #9 Charlotte* 11/6 vs. Marquette# (2ot)

^ Toys For Tots Tournament, St. Louis, Mo. $ Rocky Rococo Classic, Madison,Wis. * Conference USA game % Wildcat Classic,Tucson, Ariz. # C-USA Championship, Charlotte, N.C.

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2-0 2-3 1-2

2003 – Coach Tim Champion 14-5-3, 6-3-1 C-USA

8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/29 11/1 11/5 11/6 11/8

Arkansas State Indiana^ Air Force^ (2ot) vs. Penn$ (2ot) at Princeton$ Southern Miss* Tulane* at Houston* at TCU* at Drury at Missouri State at East Carolina* (2ot) at Charlotte* Louisville* Cincinnati* at Western Illinois at Marquette* Vanderbilt DePaul* vs. South Florida# vs. UAB# vs. DePaul# (2ot)

^ Toys For Tots Tournament, St. Louis, Mo. $ Princeton Invitational, Princeton, N.J. * Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, Charlotte, N.C. (DePaul advanced over SLU on PKs)

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

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

2004 – Coach Tim Champion 15-6-1, 9-1-0 C-USA C-USA Regular-Season Champs

8/27 8/31 9/3 9/5 9/8 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/27 10/30 11/3 11/4 11/6

at Oklahoma (2ot) at Illinois State vs. Mississippi State$ at #17 Kansas$ Missouri State Army^ Mississippi^ Rice DePaul* at Houston* at TCU* East Carolina* Charlotte* at UAB* at South Florida* at Southern Miss* Memphis* at #20 Illinois (2ot) Marquette* (2ot) DePaul# Louisville# UAB#

$ KU Invitational, Lawrence, Kan. ^ Toys For Tots Tournament, St. Louis, Mo. * Conference USA game # C-USA Championship, St. Louis, Mo.

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

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

2005 – Coach Tim Champion 16-5-0, 8-0-0 A-10 A-10 Regular-Season Champs A-10 Tournament Champs NCAA Tournament 2nd Round

8/26 8/28 9/2 9/4 9/8 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/23 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/16 10/20 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/6 11/11 11/13

Oklahoma (ot) at Rice at SE Missouri State Illinois State (ot) at Mississippi #8 Duke Duquesne^* Air Force^ at #5 Santa Clara Charlotte* Richmond* at Temple* at Saint Joseph’s* at Massachusetts* at Missouri State George Washington* La Salle* at Dayton# vs. Rhode Island# vs. #18 Stanford$ at #5 Santa Clara$

^ Toys For Tots Tournament, St. Louis, Mo. * Atlantic 10 Conference game # A-10 Championship, Dayton, Ohio $ NCAA Tournament, Santa Clara, Calif.

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

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

2006 – Coach Tim Champion 15-4-2, 7-2-0 A-10 A-10 Tournament Champs NCAA Tournament 2nd Round

8/25 8/29 9/1 9/3 9/6 9/10 9/14 9/18 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/27 10/29 11/3 11/5 11/10 11/12

at #12 Duke Missouri State vs. Loyola (Md.)^ at Arizona State^ (2ot) #17 Marquette (2ot) Toledo #18 Illinois (2ot) SE Missouri State at Duquesne* at St. Bonaventure* at Fordham* at Xavier* at Dayton* Saint Joseph’s* (ot) Temple* Massachusetts* Rhode Island* Rhode Island# Fordham# Drake$ #15 Illinois$

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

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

^ KICKS Against Breast Cancer Tourn.,Tempe, Ariz. * Atlantic 10 Conference game # A-10 Championship, St. Louis, Mo. $ NCAA Tournament, St. Louis, Mo.

2007 – Coach Tim Champion 10-6-2, 7-2-2 A-10

8/31 9/2 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/28

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at Penn at Ohio State (2ot) at Missouri State SE Missouri State^ Army^ (2ot) at Nebraska at La Salle*

L L W W W L W

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

9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 11/3 11/8

St. Bonaventure* at Temple* (2ot) at Saint Joseph’s* Richmond* George Washington* at Dayton* (2ot) at Xavier* Rhode Island* (2ot) Massachusetts* Charlotte* vs. Dayton# (ot)

^ Toys For Tots Tournament, St. Louis, Mo. * Atlantic 10 Conference game # A-10 Championship, Charlotte, N.C.

W T W W W T L W W L L

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

2008 – Coach Tim Champion 11-6-4, 6-4-1 A-10

8/28 8/30 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/4 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/31 11/2 11/6 11/7

vs. Seton Hall$ at Army$ Nebraska^ Missouri State^ (2ot) Butler Vanderbilt (2ot) at Toledo at Northwestern (2ot) Duquesne* at Fordham* at Charlotte* Saint Joseph’s* (2ot) Temple* at George Washington* at Richmond* Xavier* Dayton* at Massachusetts* at Rhode Island* St. Bonaventure# Charlotte#

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

$ BAE Systems Fall Classic,West Point, N.Y. ^ Toys For Tots Tournament, St. Louis, Mo. * Atlantic 10 Conference game # A-10 Championship, St. Louis, Mo.

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

2009 – Coach Tim Champion 8-9-4, 4-4-3 A-10

8/22 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/8 9/11 9/13 9/18 9/25 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/5 11/6

at Vanderbilt Northwestern vs. Cincinnati^ at Louisville^ at Missouri State (2ot) Army Air Force at Memphis La Salle* (2ot) at St. Bonaventure* Massachusetts* Rhode Island* at Xavier* at Dayton* (2ot) George Washington* Richmond* (2ot) at Saint Joseph’s* at Temple* #24 Charlotte* (2ot) vs. St. Bonaventure# vs. #24 Dayton#

^ Cardinal Classic, Louisville, Ky. * Atlantic 10 Conference game # A-10 Championship, Charlotte, N.C.

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

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

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All-Time Series Records Opponent Air Force Arizona Arizona State Arkansas State Army Auburn Butler Central Missouri Charlotte Cincinnati Connecticut Creighton Davidson Dayton DePaul Drake Drury Duke Duquesne East Carolina Eastern Illinois Evansville Fordham George Washington Green Bay Houston Idaho State Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa Kansas La Salle Louisville Loyola Chicago Loyola (Md.) Marquette Massachusetts Memphis Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri Missouri State Navy Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Oklahoma Penn Princeton Rhode Island Rice Richmond St. Bonaventure Saint Joseph’s Santa Clara Seton Hall SE Missouri State SMU South Florida Southern Miss Stanford TCU Temple Tennessee Tech Toledo Tulane UAB UT Martin Vanderbilt

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

Streak W3 W1 T1 W1 L1 L1 L1 W1 T1 L1 L1 W2 W1 L4 W2 W1 W5 L3 W3 W1 W1 L2 L1 W4 W2 W2 W1 L1 W1 W1 W1 L2 T1 L1 W2 W1 T1 W5 W6 W2 W2 L1 T2 L1 W1 W1 L1 L1 L1 L1 W1 W1 T1 W1 L1 L2 W1 W3 L1 W5 W4 W1 W1 L1 W2 W2 W7 L1 W2 L1

Home Away Neutral 3-0-0 –– –– –– 1-0-0 –– –– 0-0-1 –– 1-0-0 –– –– 3-1-0 1-0-0 –– –– –– 0-1-0 0-1-0 –– –– 1-0-0 –– –– 4-3-1 0-4-2 0-1-0 2-4-0 1-2-0 0-3-0 –– –– 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– –– –– 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-1-1 0-2-0 6-0-0 4-0-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 –– –– 3-0-0 2-0-0 –– 0-2-0 0-1-0 –– 2-0-0 1-0-0 –– 1-1-0 0-1-1 –– 1-0-0 0-1-0 –– 0-3-0 1-2-0 –– 1-0-0 0-2-0 –– 3-0-0 1-0-0 –– 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– 1-0-0 3-1-1 –– –– –– 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 –– 1-0-0 0-1-1 –– 1-1-0 0-0-1 –– 2-0-0 0-1-0 –– 1-0-0 0-2-0 –– 1-0-1 1-0-0 –– 6-0-0 3-1-0 –– 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– –– –– 1-0-0 0-2-3 2-2-1 0-1-0 3-0-0 2-0-0 –– 4-1-0 3-1-0 –– 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– –– –– 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 –– 4-0-2 4-1-2 –– 0-1-0 –– –– 1-0-0 0-1-0 –– 1-0-0 0-0-1 –– –– 0-1-0 –– 0-1-0 0-0-1 –– –– 0-1-0 0-0-1 –– 0-1-0 –– 4-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 –– 2-0-1 1-0-0 –– 2-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 2-1-0 –– –– 0-2-0 –– –– –– 1-0-0 3-0-0 –– –– –– 0-1-0 –– 3-0-0 2-1-1 1-0-0 4-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 –– –– 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 –– 2-0-0 1-1-1 –– 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– 3-1-0 4-0-0 –– 1-3-1 2-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 –– 0-1-1 1-2-0 ––

Last SLU Win 9/13/09 (1-0) 10/7/02 (5-1) –– 8/31/03 (6-0) 8/30/08 (2-0) –– –– 8/31/96 (9-0) 9/30/05 (2-1) 10/19/03 (1-0) –– 9/3/01 (2-1) 9/13/02 (2-0) 10/15/06 (2-0) 11/3/04 (3-1) 11/10/06 (2-0) 10/3/03 (2-0) –– 9/26/08 (1-0) 10/8/04 (3-0) 10/1/97 (1-0) 10/12/99 (1-0) 11/5/06 (2-1) 10/16/09 (2-1) 9/5/99 (4-0) 10/1/04 (2-0) 10/5/02 (1-0) 9/14/06 (2-1) 9/4/05 (2-1) 9/5/03 (1-0) 9/18/01 (2-0) 9/1/00 (3-2) 9/28/07 (2-0) 11/4/04 (1-0) 9/7/97 (6-0) 9/1/06 (4-1) 10/26/01 (1-0) 10/2/09 (4-0) 9/18/09 (2-0) 9/8/05 (2-1) 9/3/04 (1-0) 11/27/97 (3-1) 9/9/07 (1-0) –– 9/5/08 (1-0) 8/30/09 (3-0) –– –– –– –– 10/4/09 (1-0) 8/28/05 (3-1) 10/19/08 (1-0) 11/5/09 (3-0) 10/7/07 (3-2) –– 8/28/08 (2-1) 9/14/07 (3-1) –– 10/17/04 (2-0) 10/22/04 (3-0) 11/11/05 (2-0) 10/3/04 (2-0) 10/12/08 (2-0) 8/31/97 (6-1) 9/19/08 (2-1) 9/21/03 (3-0) 10/15/04 (4-1) 9/10/99 (7-0) 9/2/02 (1-0)

Last Opp. Win –– –– –– –– 9/11/09 (1-0) 9/7/01 (2-1) 9/12/08 (2-0) –– 11/7/08 (2-0) 9/4/09 (1-0) 9/15/02 (2-0) –– –– 11/6/09 (5-1) –– –– –– 8/25/06 (3-1) –– 10/20/02 (2-1) 10/30/96 (3-2) 10/9/01 (2-1) 9/28/08 (2-0) –– –– 9/28/01 (2-0) –– 11/12/06 (4-1) 8/31/04 (2-1) 9/13/98 (1-0) 9/10/00 (2-1) 9/5/04 (2-0) –– 9/6/09 (2-0) –– –– 10/30/04 (1-0) –– 10/16/98 (1-0) –– –– 9/15/98 (2-0) 10/20/05 (1-0) 9/8/02 (1-0) 9/21/07 (5-1) –– 9/2/07 (3-2) 8/26/05 (2-1) 8/31/07 (1-0) 9/14/03 (2-1) 11/2/08 (1-0) 9/24/04 (1-0) –– 9/27/09 (1-0) 10/23/09 (2-1) 11/13/05 (4-0) –– –– 10/6/00 (2-0) 10/25/98 (5-2) 11/4/99 (2-1) –– 9/28/03 (3-2) 10/25/09 (1-0) –– –– 9/22/96 (1-0) 11/6/04 (2-1) –– 8/22/09 (2-1)

1st Meeting 9/7/03 10/7/02 9/3/06 8/31/03 9/6/02 9/7/01 9/12/08 8/31/96 10/6/96 9/27/96 9/15/02 8/27/00 9/13/02 11/4/05 10/25/96 11/10/06 10/13/98 8/29/99 9/16/05 10/21/01 10/30/96 9/6/96 10/8/06 10/28/05 10/24/97 9/1/98 10/5/02 10/21/97 9/13/96 9/13/98 8/27/99 9/1/00 10/30/05 9/26/96 9/15/96 9/1/06 10/22/96 10/16/05 10/18/96 9/19/04 9/4/98 9/8/96 10/13/96 9/8/02 9/21/07 9/21/08 9/2/07 8/27/04 9/12/03 9/14/03 11/6/05 9/24/04 10/2/05 10/6/06 10/9/05 9/23/05 8/28/08 9/2/05 10/6/00 10/4/96 10/4/98 11/11/05 9/23/01 10/7/05 11/3/96 9/10/06 9/22/96 9/20/96 10/30/98 9/6/98

2010 SLU Women’s Soccer


All-Time Series Records Opponent West Virginia Western Illinois Western Michigan Wisconsin Xavier

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

Streak L1 W3 W1 L2 W2

Home Away Neutral –– –– 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 –– 1-0-0 –– –– 0-1-0 0-1-0 –– 1-0-0 1-2-0 ––

Last SLU Win –– 10/24/03 (2-0) 10/11/96 (1-0) –– 10/9/09 (4-0)

Last Opp. Win 9/9/01 (2-1) –– –– 11/4/01 (4-3) 10/21/07 (2-0)

1st Meeting 9/9/01 10/12/97 10/11/96 10/28/00 10/13/06

All-Time Results vs. 2010 Opponents Butler 9/12/08 Home L

0-1-0 0-2

Charlotte 10/30/09 Home T 11/7/08 Home L 10/4/08 Away L 11/3/07 Home L 9/30/05 Home W 10/10/04 Home W 10/12/03 Away L 11/1/02 Home L 10/19/01 Away T 9/22/00 Away T 10/24/99 Home W 11/4/98 Neutral L 10/23/98 Away L 10/17/97 Away L 10/6/96 Home W

4-8-3 0-0 (2ot) 0-2 0-3 0-1 2-1 3-0 1-2 2-3 2-2 (2ot) 0-0 (2ot) 1-0 0-2 1-3 0-2 1-0

Duquesne 9/26/08 Home W 10/1/06 Away W 9/16/05 Home W

3-0-0 1-0 6-0 5-0

George Washington 10/16/09 Home W 10/17/08 Away W 10/14/07 Home W 10/28/05 Home W

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

Iowa 9/18/01 Home W 9/10/00 Away L 8/27/99 Home W

2-1-0 2-0 1-2 (ot) 5-3

Louisville 9/6/09 Away L 11/4/04 Home W 10/17/03 Home W 10/25/02 Away W 10/14/01 Home W 9/29/00 Home W 9/26/99 Away W 9/25/98 Home W 9/21/97 Home W 9/29/96 Away W

9-1-0 0-2 1-0 2-1 2-0 3-1 10-0 4-0 4-0 1-0 3-1 (2ot)

Loyola (Md.) 9/1/06 Neutral W

1-0-0 4-1

Marist 1st meeting Massachusetts 10/2/09 Home W 10/31/08 Away W 10/28/07 Home W 10/27/06 Home W 10/16/05 Away W

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

Memphis 9/18/09 Away W 10/24/04 Home W 9/20/02 Away W 9/21/01 Home W 10/20/00 Home W 10/17/99 Away W 10/16/98 Home L 10/19/97 Away L 10/18/96 Home W

7-2-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 2-0 3-1 1-0 0-1 2-3 (2ot) 2-1

Missouri State 9/8/09 Away T 9/7/08 Home T 9/9/07 Away W 8/29/06 Home W 10/20/05 Away L 9/8/04 Home W 10/5/03 Away W 10/2/01 Home W 9/6/00 Away W 9/15/99 Home W 10/7/98 Away T 10/26/97 Home T 10/13/96 Away W

8-1-4 0-0 (2ot) 0-0 (2ot) 1-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 (ot) 5-1 3-1 1-1 (2ot) 1-1 (2ot) 1-0

Murray State 1st meeting

Rhode Island 10/4/09 Home W 11/2/08 Away L 10/26/07 Home W 11/3/06 Home W 10/29/06 Home W 11/6/05 Neutral W

5-1-0 1-0 0-1 2-1 (2ot) 1-0 2-1 1-0

Richmond 10/18/09 Home T 10/19/08 Away W 10/12/07 Home W 10/2/05 Home W

3-0-1 2-2 (2ot) 1-0 2-0 3-1

St. Bonaventure 11/5/09 Neutral W 9/27/09 Away L 11/6/08 Home W 9/30/07 Home W 10/6/06 Away W

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

Saint Joseph’s 10/23/09 Away L 10/10/08 Home T 10/7/07 Away W 10/20/06 Home W 10/9/05 Away W

3-1-1 1-2 1-1 (2ot) 3-2 4-3 (ot) 2-1

SMU 10/6/00 Away L

0-1-0 0-2

Temple 10/25/09 Away L 10/12/08 Home W 10/5/07 Away T 10/22/06 Home W 10/7/05 Away W

3-1-1 0-1 2-0 1-1 (2ot) 7-0 4-1

Towson 1st meeting

Billikens All-Time vs. Conferences Atlantic 10 41-19-8 .662 Atlantic Coast 0-3-0 .000 Big 12 4-5-1 .450 Big East 31-18-6 .618 Big Sky 1-0-0 1.000 Big Ten 6-7-2 .467 Conference USA 28-14-5 .649 Horizon 4-1-0 .800 Ivy 0-2-1 .167 Metro Atlantic Athletic 1-0-0 1.000 MIAA 1-0-0 1.000 Mid-American 3-0-0 1.000

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Mid-Continent Missouri Valley Mountain West Ohio Valley Pacific 10 Patriot Southeastern Southern Sun Belt West Coast Western Athletic

3-0-0 1.000 17-7-5 .672 4-2-0 .667 9-1-0 .900 2-0-1 .833 4-2-0 .667 5-4-1 .550 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 0-2-0 .000 1-1-0 .500

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Saint Louis University

President’s Vision Statement

“My vision is to establish and maintain Saint Louis University as the finest Catholic university in the United States, wherein the entire University community is actively engaged in student formation. Challenged by outstanding faculty and a modern, valuecentered curriculum reflecting the Jesuit tradition, students are fully prepared to contribute to society and to be effective leaders of social change based on the ethical values and principles taught in the Saint Louis University tradition.” – Lawrence Biondi, S.J., SLU President

Life at SLU

SLU offers involvement opportunities in more than 100 student organizations, including service/honorary/social fraternities and sororities, media/audiovisual programming groups and specialinterest clubs. Leadership development programs assist students in fulfilling their potential. Among the University’s numerous amenities are a 120,000square-foot recreation center, an expanded student center, an oncampus hotel and several art galleries. Eight residence halls, three apartment complexes and three townhouses offer diverse living options.

About SLU

Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit university ranked among the top research institutions in the nation. The University fosters the intellectual and character development of more than 13,000 students. Founded in 1818, it is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River and the second-oldest Jesuit university in the United States. Through teaching, research, health care and community service, SLU has provided one-of-a-kind education, leadership and service for nearly two centuries. Learn more about SLU at www.slu.edu.

SLU at a Glance

Saint Louis University is ranked among the top five Jesuit universities in the country and is considered one of the nation’s best values in higher education. Many of SLU’s undergraduate and graduate programs have earned national recognition. The 2010 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” ranks SLU 88th out of more than 260 national universities. The Princeton Review’s Best 368 Colleges guidebook for 2009 named SLU one of the top schools in the country for undergraduate education. Only about 15 percent of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges were chosen. In addition, the Carnegie Foundation lists SLU as one of a handful of Catholic universities that is “research extensive.” In fiscal-year 2009, SLU’s research funds totaled $60.8 million.

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Saint Louis University Top-Notch Teaching

Saint Louis University boasts more than 3,000 outstanding faculty members, with 99 percent of tenured and tenure-track faculty members holding the highest degree in their fields. SLU offers inquiry courses for undergraduates that feature small class sizes and unique learning experiences. In fact, the average class size is 22.8 students, and the student-to-teacher ratio is 13:1. More than 35 Jesuits live, teach and minister at Saint Louis University, which boasts 41 endowed chairs and 21 named professorships. SLU offers more than 90 academic programs in the arts and sciences, philosophy and letters, engineering and aviation, business, the allied health professions and nursing, and social services. Nationally recognized experts teach undergraduate courses in philosophy, biology and chemistry, just to name a few.

Character Development

SLU has been recognized as a character-building college by The Templeton Guide: Colleges that Encourage Character Development.Additionally, SLU’s chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a co-ed service fraternity, is the largest in the nation as well as one of the largest student organizations on campus. In 2010, SLU students, faculty and staff contributed more than 1 million community service hours to organizations, groups and individuals. In addition, during University breaks, campus ministry sponsors students who spend time serving the poor and marginalized within the United States and in Belize, Honduras and El Salvador.

SLU by the Numbers

1 13,899 alumni living in all 50 states and 136 countries 13,313 total enrollment in 2009-10 (41 percent male, 59 percent female) 8,119 undergraduate students in 2009-10 3,167 degrees awarded in 2008-09 818 international students from 75 foreign countries 96 percent of first-time freshmen receive financial aid 91 percent of freshmen live on campus 57 percent of undergraduate students are from out of state 16 graduate and professional programs ranked in the top 100 in their fields

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University President Lawrence J. Biondi, S.J. Lawrence Biondi, S.J., has been a professor, a department chairman and a dean. But today he is best known as the visionary president of Saint Louis University and founder of the modern SLU. As president, Biondi is the chief executive officer of the institution and oversees the University’s mission of education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition. He leads a university that enrolls more than 13,000 students on three campuses and boasts institutional assets totaling $1.8 billion. Since his inauguration in 1987, Biondi has led Saint Louis University through a remarkable era of transformation and achievement. Under his guidance, the University has completed a number of significant construction projects including the $81 million on-campus Chaifetz Arena, which opened in 2008. In addition to modernizing the campus and helping revitalize the surrounding Midtown neighborhood, Biondi has committed vast University resources to academics, student scholarships and financial aid, faculty research and state-of-the-art technology. During his tenure, he has focused on recruiting the finest faculty and students, increasing the University’s academic standards and achievements, and developing the University as a major research center.

recognized Biondi with the Leon R. Strauss Urban Pioneer Award, which is given to an individual in the St. Louis community who has contributed greatly to the development, restoration or improvement of St.Louis. And in 1999, readers of the St. Louis PostDispatch named him one of St. Louis’ “Citizens of the Century.” Biondi’s leadership and vision also have earned him international acclaim. The president of Italy conferred upon him the rank and title of Cavaliere, Order of Merit, Republic of Italy. Biondi is recognized as a key leader in higher education, earning a Chief Executive Leadership Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). He also has served on the boards of numerous local and national organizations and currently is a board member of Civic Progress of St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, the Atlantic 10 Conference and Rockhurst University. A Chicago native, Biondi holds six degrees. His master’s degree in linguistics (1966) and his doctorate in sociolinguistics (1975) were conferred by Georgetown University. He has three degrees from Loyola University Chicago and a licentiate in sacred theology from the Jesuit School of Theology at Chicago. Before coming to Saint Louis University, Biondi was dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola Chicago.

Considered one of the most influential citizens in St. Louis, Biondi has earned numerous accolades and honors throughout his more than two decades as SLU’s president. The St. Louis Business Journal honored Biondi as one of only 10 “legends” – individuals “who have gone beyond being influential to become legends in our region and beyond.” He was named St. Louis’ “Citizen of the Year” for 2005.Awarded by a committee of former recipients, the honor is given to a community leader who demonstrates concern for St. Louis’ growth and vitality. The Coro Leadership Center-St. Louis recognized Biondi with the Mayor John H. Poelker Award, which honors community leaders who are committed to excellence in public affairs and who demonstrate a passion for neighborhood and economic development. In recognition of his outstanding service that has contributed to the development of the city of St. Louis, Biondi earned the prestigious St. Louis Award. The St. Louis Ambassadors also

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Director of Athletics Chris May Director of athletics Chris May has guided Saint Louis University athletics to consistent growth and a high level of success since taking the helm Jan. 30, 2008. The mission of Saint Louis athletics under May’s leadership is to deliver a program of academic and athletic excellence and engage the University community in sharing in the success of Billiken studentathletes. His vision is to fully integrate SLU athletics into the Saint Louis University community through realization of the department’s primary goals of educating student-athletes, attaining competitive success and building community. “Chris May possesses a passion and commitment to take our athletics program to national prominence,” said University President Lawrence Biondi, S.J. “His strong background in strategic planning and fund raising is essential as we continue to move our program forward.” “I am honored to be the director of athletics at an institution that is making the commitment to athletics that SLU is undertaking,” May said. “Father Biondi is committed to enhancing intercollegiate athletics at SLU. It is a privilege to work with him as we strive to raise the profile of SLU athletics, win championships and continue the tradition of graduating our student-athletes. I am committed to a teamwork approach to the department, to make sure we are seen as a part of the University team and as team players within the St. Louis community. “With Chaifetz Arena and its new support facilities, SLU has taken a major step in opening a first-class arena that will allow the University to compete on a national level,” May added. On the education front, SLU continues to be one of the leading institutions in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Billiken student-athletes posted an aggregate 3.124 grade point average in the 2009-10 academic year, a mark that was bolstered by 53 individuals who achieved a 4.0 GPA. Saint Louis produced eight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honorees chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America as well as 16 A-10 Academic AllConference selections. A total of 103 individuals earned a place on the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 semester GPA) in at least one semester, with 57 Billikens appearing on the list in both semesters. For a second consecutive year, five SLU teams were recognized by the NCAA for multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the top 10 percent of their sports. Fifty-six student-athletes were awarded a degree by the University in 2010. Saint Louis teams continued to achieve considerable success in the realm of competition in 2009-10. The volleyball team earned an NCAA Tournament berth for a second consecutive season and a third time in four years. The Billikens were awarded a preseason national ranking for the first time and remained in the Top 25 all season despite facing one of the nation’s toughest schedules. The Bills’ docket included a win over 10th-ranked California and a match against top-ranked Penn State, which drew a program-record 6,106 fans to Chaifetz Arena. The men’s soccer team claimed its first A-10 Championship title and made a strong run in the program’s fourth straight and 46th overall NCAA Tournament appearance, winning a first-round game against Missouri State before falling in overtime at Tulsa. Saint Louis tallied 15 victories, the most since 2003. Season highlights also included a rousing celebration of the first 50 years of Billiken soccer that brought more than 200 former players to campus.

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The men’s basketball team exceeded the expectations of many A-10 observers, finishing fourth after being predicted to place 12th. Saint Louis experienced postseason play for the first time since 2004 and made the most of the opportunity, reaching the finals of the College Basketball Invitational. The Billikens won 23 games, tying for the fourth most victories in program history. In its inaugural season, the popular Billiken Legends program honored several successful SLU teams, reconnecting SLU fans with the glorious history of Billiken basketball. The baseball team caught fire near the end of the season and captured the program’s second A-10 Championship crown and NCAA Tournament berth in five years of conference membership.The Billikens collected a school-record 33 wins, including a doubleheader sweep of nationally ranked Kansas.The softball squad also established a school mark by winning 30 games. The men’s cross country team turned in its best-ever A-10 Championship finish, while women’s cross country produced its first A-10 All-Conference performer. Women’s tennis placed three players on the All-Conference list for the first time in program annals. In track and field, SLU qualified both a male and a female for NCAA outdoor regional competition for the first time in program history. Equally as impressive as the academic and athletic accomplishments is the department’s strong commitment to community service that coincides with the University’s mission. SLU student-athletes stayed true to the Jesuit tradition in 2009-10, enthusiastically contributing thousands of service hours to numerous organizations and individuals. The inaugural Billiken 5K was a successful venture last year, drawing more than 300 participants to campus and raising money for the Saint Louis University Cancer Center. Under May’s guidance, Saint Louis established an athletics fundraising mark in 2009-10 that included record revenue from the Billiken Golf Classic. Additionally, he helped lead SLU’s successful bid to host a 2012 NCAA men’s basketball regional. The department carried out a successful spectator reseating plan for Chaifetz Arena in 2008-09, a year that also saw May spearhead the negotiation of a three-year agreement with the Bonneville Radio Group to carry Billiken men’s basketball on the 100,000-watt 101.1 WXOS-FM/ESPN Radio, dramatically increasing the Bills’ broadcast reach in the Greater St. Louis area. May’s membership on the A-10’s Finance Committee and Men’s Basketball Tournament Committee is part of a departmentwide involvement, as several SLU staff members hold positions on key conference committees. He also was a member of the Athletic Directors Committee that participated in the process culminating in the hiring of A-10 Commissioner Bernadette McGlade. In addition, May is active with the St. Louis Sports Commission and is a member of the Missouri Athletic Club. May came to Saint Louis following more than 22 years of service at the University of Colorado, where he most recently was associate athletics director for external affairs. He was a leader in the “Your Team” campaign for Colorado athletics, which focused on ticket sales, fund raising and image building, and he played a major role in the $46.4 million expansion of CU’s football stadium, Folsom Field. Also among May’s numerous significant contributions were management of the annual Colorado-Colorado State “Rocky Mountain Showdown” football game in Denver; negotiations with corporate sponsors that culminated in an $18.1 million guaranteed contract with Learfield Sports; management of sport programs that won NCAA national titles; and participation in the management of 18 bowl appearances by the CU football team. In addition, May was co-chair of the development and implementation of a 10-year strategic plan for CU athletics. Among his Big 12 Conference committee assignments was a stint on the league’s ad hoc marketing committee, which he once chaired. He also held membership on the Metro Denver Sports Commission. May received a bachelor of business administration degree from Iowa State University, where he was a track and field athlete, in 1985 and an MBA from the University of Colorado in 1988. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of Lucy, Jack and Sophia.

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Department of Athletics Directory All telephone numbers begin with (314) 977-

Administration Chris May, Director of Athletics............................3167 Doug McIlhagga, Senior Associate AD..................3176 Paul Sanfilippo, Assoc. AD/Business & Finance....3262 Tom Keith, Associate AD/Development...............7145 Janet Oberle, Associate AD/Compliance & Student Services/Senior Woman Admin...........3265 Declan O’Neill, Asst. AD/External Operations...3235 Jonathan Burch, Asst. AD/Sports Medicine..........3295 Andrew Doeschot, Assistant AD/ Ticketing & Business.............................................3250

Rachel Bechert Men’s Basketball Coordinator

Jon Bell Head Men’s & Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field Coach

Amber Branson Marketing

Lauren Bruce Head Field Hockey Coach

John Burch Assistant AD/ Director of Sports Medicine

Kim Burke Women’s Basketball Administrative Assistant

Tim Champion Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Scott Charland Strength & Conditioning

Christy Connoyer Head Softball Coach

Andrew Doeschot Assistant AD/ Ticketing & Business

Heather Freehill Academic Services

Shimmy Gray-Miller Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Jim Halliburton Head Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach

Darin Hendrickson Head Baseball Coach

Beth Hitchell Athletic Business

Theresa Hummel Sports Medicine

Tom Keith Associate AD/ Development

Anne Kordes Head Volleyball Coach

Robin Krueger Coordinator

Brian Kunderman Media Relations

Margo Lubus Annual Giving & Planned Events

Jessica Lutz Office Assistant

Rick Majerus Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Chris May Director of Athletics

Mike McGinty Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Doug McIlhagga Senior Associate AD

Lisa Miller Senior Administrative Assistant

Brandon Morris Academic Services

Eric Mueller Event Operations

Janet Oberle Associate AD/ Compliance & Student Services/ SWA

Declan O’Neill Assistant AD/ External Operations

Dr. Michael Ross NCAA Faculty Representative

Paul Sanfilippo Associate AD/ Business & Finance

Erick Schork Strength & Conditioning

Mickey Smith Media Relations

Miya Sullivan Sports Medicine

Angie Wills Sports Medicine

Chuck Yahng Sports Information Director

Jon Zych Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach

Head Coaches Darin Hendrickson, Baseball...................................3172 Rick Majerus, Men’s Basketball...............................3170 Shimmy Gray-Miller, Women’s Basketball............3174 Jon Bell, Cross Country/Track & Field.................3253 Lauren Bruce, Field Hockey....................................3186 Mike McGinty, Men’s Soccer...................................3184 Tim Champion, Women’s Soccer...........................3271 Christy Connoyer, Softball......................................3284 Jim Halliburton, Swimming & Diving.....................3252 Jon Zych, Tennis.........................................................3981 Anne Kordes,Volleyball............................................3254

Academic Services Brandon Morris, Director.......................................8377 Heather Freehill, Academic Coordinator............7063

Administrative Assistants Lisa Miller, Senior Administrative Assistant.........3167 Rachel Bechert, Coordinator (MBB)....................3170 Kim Burke, Women’s Basketball.............................5076 Robin Krueger, Coordinator..................................3177 Jessica Lutz, Office Assistant...................................3266 Gina Trapani, Men’s Basketball................................3170

Billiken Club Margo Lubus, Dir. of Annual Giving & Planned Events............8180

BUSINESS Beth Hitchell, Director............................................3258

Event Operations Eric Mueller, Manager...............................................3256

MARKETING Amber Branson, Director.......................................3188

Media Relations Chuck Yahng, Sports Information Director..........2524 Brian Kunderman, Assistant SID............................3346 Mickey Smith, Assistant SID....................................3463

NCAA Faculty Representative Dr. Michael Ross........................................................2292

Sports Medicine Jonathan Burch, Assistant AD.................................3295 Miya Sullivan, Athletic Trainer.................................7024 Theresa Hummel, Athletic Trainer.........................7265 Angie Wills, Athletic Trainer....................................7018

Strength & Conditioning Scott Charland, Director.........................................5181 Erick Schork, MBB & WBB Coach.........................7025

Ticket SALES & OPERATIONS Andrew Doeschot, Director..................................3250

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Billiken Athletic Facilities

Chaifetz Arena – Basketball

Robert R. Hermann Stadium – Soccer

Chaifetz Pavilion – Volleyball

The Billiken Sports Center – Baseball

The Billiken Sports Center – Softball

Simon Recreation Center – Swimming & Diving

Dwight Davis Tennis Center

Sunset Tennis Center

Anheuser-Busch Center – Field Hockey

Forest Park – Cross Country

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Athletic Academic Services

Combining academic achievement with athletic success is the primary focus of the Saint Louis University department of athletics and its coaches. Under the guidance of director Brandon Morris, the Billiken athletic academic services program provides SLU student-athletes with a broad range of high-quality services that are second to none in intercollegiate athletics. The mission of Saint Louis Brandon Morris athletic academic services is to Director provide a comprehensive program that challenges, supports and nurtures the academic, personal and professional growth of Billiken student-athletes. Through Project BALANCE – Billiken Athletes Learning and Achieving while Negotiating their commitment to Competition and Education – SLU student-athletes are provided with opportunities and services that can make their experience at Saint Louis University truly extraordinary. Billiken athletic academic services offers academic, career and life-skills development counseling, guidance in monitoring the registration and class schedules of student-athletes, supervised and open study tables, access to an Internet-compatible computer lab in Chaifetz Arena and a comprehensive tutorial program. Academic services has a staff of trained tutors – undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. students – who post superior academic records. The goal of tutoring is to provide assistance that encourages students to become independent learners. Students requesting a tutor meet first with their team academic counselor to discuss specific needs, expectations and goals. Through the support of its faculty and administration and the dedication of its student-athletes, SLU is routinely among the Atlantic 10 Conference’s top academic institutions.

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In 2009-10, Saint Louis student-athletes garnered 16 selections to the A-10 Academic All-Conference teams. A total of 103 individuals earned a place on the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 semester GPA) in at least one semester, with 57 Billikens appearing on the list in both semesters. Also, 2009-10 yielded eight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honorees. For a second consecutive year, five SLU teams were recognized by the NCAA for multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the top 10 percent of their sports. Billiken athletics finished 2009-10 with a 3.124 grade point average.

Academic Services Core Values • Provide an atmosphere that will enhance learning, leading to significant intellectual and personal development. • Provide a sense of empowerment to become strong self- advocates in the academic and athletic arenas. • Provide awareness and appreciation of the ideals of a diverse and inclusive community on and off campus. • Provide opportunities to build and expand qualities of leadership, accountability and commitment.

2009-10 Academic Highlights • SLU student-athletes posted a 3.124 aggregate grade point average. • A total of 103 Billiken student-athletes made the fall 2009 and/or spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for posting a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. • SLU produced eight Academic All-District honorees and 16 selections to the A-10 Academic All-Conference teams.

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Strength and Conditioning The Saint Louis University department of athletics continually seeks to identify and implement the latest and best innovations in strength and conditioning. The philosophy is that all student-athletes can improve their performance potential and decrease the risk of injury by elevating their fitness levels through a comprehensive strength and conditioning program. Scott Charland “The goal of the Saint Strength & Conditioning Director Louis University strength and conditioning department is to increase the athleticism of each student-athlete while reducing his or her risk of suffering a sportrelated injury,” strength and conditioning director Scott Charland said. “With the opening of Chaifetz Arena and our new strength

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and conditioning center, we are now able to accomplish that goal in one of the best facilities in the country.” The Billiken strength and conditioning program has been greatly enhanced by the addition of a spacious, ultra-modern strength and conditioning center located in the new Chaifetz Arena.The facility measures almost 4,000 square feet and features Power Lift state-of-the-art equipment – popular for its unique design and appearance, recruiting appeal and safe, multifunctional training capabilities – along with more than 8,000 pounds of free weights. The setup allows entire teams to train simultaneously as opposed to only individual workouts. Charland and Erick Schork, the men’s and women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach, work intensively with studentathletes in all aspects to maximize athletic development. They coordinate specialized training with the sports medicine staff for student-athletes recovering from injury. The staff is also available to counsel student-athletes in nutritional issues and recovery techniques to maximize performance potential.

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Sports Medicine

Jonathan Burch ATC, LAT Assistant Director of Athletics Director of Sports Medicine

Miya Sullivan MS, ATC, LAT Athletic Trainer

Theresa Hummel MS, ATC, LAT Athletic Trainer

Angie Wills MS, ATC, LAT Athletic Trainer

The sports medicine team at Saint Louis University is dedicated The SLU SportsCare Clinic also serves the student-athletes. to four primary elements in managing athletic injuries and illnesses: It features physician services (including x-ray) as well as physicalprevention, treatment, rehabilitation and education.The SLU athletic therapy services for SLU students and is conveniently located at training staff and the multi-disciplined SLU medical staff strive to the Student Health Center in Marchetti Towers. reach the highest standards in each of these areas when working Billiken student-athletes receive physician coverage that is with our student-athletes. second to none in the Atlantic There are two on-campus 10 Conference. Our physicians SLU Sports Medicine Mission Statement athletic training rooms that serve are tirelessly dedicated to the Under the direction of the Saint Louis University SLU student-athletes. The main Billikens, covering athletic department of athletics, the goal of the SLU sports medicine sports medicine center is located events and regularly providing staff is to provide our student-athletes with the highest quality in Chaifetz Arena, while Robert medical care during evenings of comprehensive health care services that are associated R. Hermann Stadium is home to and weekends. with their athletic participation at Saint Louis University. a satellite athletic training room. An extensive referral The SLU sports medicine staff is determined to provide the The Chaifetz Arena facility boasts network also is in place.Through highest-quality care by managing all risks affecting the health state-of-the-art equipment that is the Saint Louis University and safety of every Billiken student-athlete. strategically designed to provide Medical Center, the Anheuserthe best care and performance, Busch Eye Institute and including a SwimEx 700 series rehabilitation pool, a Grimm Scientific SLUCare, Billiken student-athletes receive medical care from some of CRYOTherm polar-plunge pool and numerous other essential pieces the nation’s top specialists.Areas of specialty include asthma/allergy, of modality and rehabilitation equipment. Each piece of equipment cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, gastroenterology, general surgery, is designed to give student-athletes the best care and to aid them neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, in returning to competition as quickly and safely as possible. plastic surgery, physical therapy, psychology and radiology. SLU Medical Staff

Primary Care Team Physicians Janiece Stewart, M.D. Tyler Wadsworth, M.D. William Mitchell, M.D. 2010-11 Fellows Mario Parra, M.D. Pretti Shastri, M.D.

Physical Therapists Tricia Austin, PT, ATC Sara Bennett, PT Jason Bennett, PT, SCS, ATC Mark Reinking, PT, SCS, ATC

Orthotics Dale Watson, Sports Certified Orthotist Dental John Hatton, D.M.D. Paul Naitivi, D.M.D. Nutrition & Dietetics Jamie Joyner

Orthopedics Head Team Physician Scott Kaar, M.D. Team Physician Adnan Cutuk, M.D. 2010-11 Residents Cody Bellard, M.D. Jason Cobb, M.D. Adrian Davis, M.D. Brian Dean, M.D. Christopher Mudd, M.D. Christopher O’Boynick, M.D. Maegen Wallace, M.D. Bradley Warlick, M.D.

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SLU Athletics in the Community The department of athletics is an enthusiastic and highly visible participant in Saint Louis University’s mission of community service. While we value our opportunity to pursue excellence in athletic competition and academics, we understand that the privilege of being a Billiken also carries an obligation to reach out to those in need in St. Louis and beyond. Billiken student-athletes are committed to the Jesuit tradition of community service and take to heart the importance of enhancing the lives of others.They are generous with their time and take great pride in volunteering for worthy endeavors such as assisting those who are less fortunate, serving as positive role models for children and raising money for important causes.

Clockwise from top: Men’s basketball players Willie Reed and Kyle Cassity prepare to scrimmage against disabled athletes participating in the National Junior Disability Championships 3-on-3 wheelchair basketball tournament; Billiken softball players taught fundamentals at the Mathews-Dickey Baseball-Softball Academy; runners awaiting the start of the inaugural Billiken 5K, which raised money for the SLU Cancer Center; the volleyball team hosted a clinic for young players; volleyball player Amelia Karges makes friends during a mission trip to Belize.

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NCAA Booster Guidelines Saint Louis University deeply appreciates your financial support and volunteer hours, all of which enhance our athletic program. Your support greatly benefits the women and men studentathletes who participate in the University’s 18 intercollegiate programs. However, your assistance is needed in another area. Saint Louis must carefully control and monitor the involvement of persons inside and outside the University in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes as well as their involvement with current student-athletes. Are you a representative of the University’s athletic interests? You are considered a representative of the University’s athletic interests (a booster) if you: 1) are or have been a member of any organization promoting the SLU department of athletics; 2) have ever made a donation to the department of athletics, a Billiken men’s or women’s sport program or any SLU booster organization; 3) have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospects; 4) have ever helped to arrange employment or have provided employment to enrolled student-athletes, prospects or a prospect’s parents or relatives; 5) have promoted the University’s athletic programs. Once you become a representative of the University’s athletic interests, you retain this status forever and are bound by NCAA, Atlantic 10 Conference and University rules. Saint Louis University is responsible for your actions. Any violation of those rules and regulations by a representative of the University’s athletic interests could result in sanctions for the Saint Louis University department of intercollegiate athletics and/or its student-athletes. In an effort to ensure that the institution you support is in compliance with NCAA regulations, included here are some helpful “DO NOTS.”

CONTACTS WITH CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETES

DO NOT provide a student-athlete or his/her relatives or friends any benefit or special arrangement (e.g., use of an automobile, employment arrangement for relatives, cash, gifts of clothing). The NCAA considers these “extra benefits,” and they are specifically prohibited. DO NOT provide payment of expenses (e.g., room, board, transportation) for friends or relatives to visit student-athletes where they are enrolled. DO NOT expend funds to entertain student-athletes or their friends or relatives, except for infrequent occasional home meals provided to enrolled student-athletes as specified by the NCAA. DO NOT use the name or picture of an enrolled studentathlete to directly advertise, recommend or promote sales or the use of a commercial product or service of any kind. Even the SALE of a picture of an enrolled student-athlete would jeopardize the student’s eligibility. DO NOT provide any payment of expense or loan of any automobile for a student-athlete to return home or to any other location for ANY reason. DO NOT provide awards or gifts to student-athletes for their athletic performance. All awards must conform to NCAA regulations and must be approved by the institution.

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CONTACTS WITH HIGH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT-ATHLETES

DO NOT make any contact with a prospect or the prospect’s family on or off campus. If a coach has a prospect at an athletic event, you should not approach the coach until the prospect and his or her family have gone elsewhere. If you are approached by a prospect off-campus regarding the institution’s athletic program, suggest that the prospect contact the institution for information. DO NOT become directly or indirectly involved in making arrangements for a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or friends to receive money or financial aid of any kind. DO NOT transport, or pay or arrange for payment of transportation costs for, a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or friends to visit campus or elsewhere. DO NOT provide room and/or board, transportation of any kind or any other benefit to a prospect during the summer prior to enrollment. DO NOT provide ANYTHING to or for a prospect, or the prospect’s relatives or friends, without first checking with the institution’s athletic department. DO NOT provide tickets, transportation or entertainment for high school, prep school, AAU or community college COACHES at ANY location. DO NOT contact an enrolled student-athlete at another institution for the purpose of encouraging him/her to transfer and participate in another institution’s athletic program.

EMPLOYMENT OF PROSPECTIVE AND ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETES

DO NOT employ or arrange for the employment of a prospect or enrolled student-athlete without checking first with the department of athletics. DO NOT provide transportation for prospects or studentathletes whom you employ unless transportation is provided for all other employees. ASK BEFORE YOU ACT! Please call the SLU compliance office at (314) 977-3265 if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your support!

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The Atlantic 10 Conference

11827 Canon Blvd., Suite 200 Newport News,Va. 23606 www.Atlantic10.com (757) 706-3040

On March 2, 1975, the idea of what is now the Atlantic 10 Conference was conceived.What started as an eight-school, men’s basketball-only affiliation has grown into a 14-university, 21-sport league that is universally hailed as one of the best conferences in the country. That growth and prominence are direct results of the ideals and commitments of the institutions of the Atlantic 10 – Charlotte, Dayton, Duquesne, Fordham, George Washington, La Salle, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Richmond, St. Bonaventure, Saint Joseph’s, Saint Louis, Temple and Xavier. These 14 institutions are united and strengthened by their diversity. Each is extraordinary in its educational mission, whether of a Catholic faith, a private university or a land grant institution. The varied pursuits of each member prove that there are many threads that weave the fabric of a great conference. The presidents and chancellors of Atlantic 10 institutions, in conjunction with Commissioner Bernadette V. McGlade, have made a strong commitment to making the academic and athletic equation a successful one. Over the years, the league membership has strived to better recognize the academic accomplishments of its student-athletes. The Commissioner’s Honor Roll, which cites every Atlantic 10 student-athlete with a 3.5 grade point average or better, recognized 1,199 student-athletes in fall 2009, while 1,181 were named to the spring 2010 Honor Roll. The league sponsors Academic All-Conference teams in each of its sports and honors one student-athlete per sport as the A-10 Student-Athlete of the Year. Moreover, the Atlantic 10 provides four postgraduate scholarship grants to qualified student-athletes. In 2009-10, nearly 200 student-athletes earned Academic AllConference recognition, while Saint Louis’ Lauren Olson and Whitney Roth, Xavier’s Kelly Ruth and Charlotte’s Adam Gross received postgraduate scholarship grants. The Atlantic 10 has 59 of the 841 Division I sports teams honored with public recognition awards for their latest multi-year

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Academic Progress Rate scores. This represents an increase of nine A-10 teams from last season and 25 compared to two years ago. All 14 A-10 institutions had at least one program recognized, while 12 schools had multiple teams garner distinction. In addition, all 21 sports sponsored by the conference were represented by at least one A-10 program. Among the 31 Division I conferences, only the Atlantic 10, the Ivy Group and the Patriot League had each of its member institutions receive public recognition awards for one or more programs. Among the 21 sports sponsored by the conference, women’s tennis had a league-high six A-10 teams honored, while five teams earned distinction in men’s outdoor track & field, women’s outdoor track & field and men’s indoor track & field. Overall, Fordham had a league-best 11 teams recognized in conference-sponsored sports, followed by Saint Joseph’s and Xavier with seven apiece. The Atlantic 10 also boasts 65 teams with a perfect graduation rate according to the NCAA Graduation Success Report on Division I student-athletes. Moreover, five A-10 institutions enjoy average graduation rates of 90 percent or higher in leaguesponsored sports, led by Dayton’s average graduation rate of 97.38 percent. The Flyers are followed by George Washington (94.10), Xavier (93.23), La Salle (90.40) and Fordham (90.13). The A-10 features eight women’s tennis programs and eight women’s soccer programs that enjoy a 100 percent graduation rate, while six men’s teams in both golf and tennis have a 100 percent graduation rate. The Atlantic 10 Conference, with a total population of nearly 74 million within its geographic footprint of eight states and the District of Columbia, will crown champions in 21 sports this season: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track & field, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball.

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City of St. Louis

A History Lesson Founded in 1764 as a French fur-trading outpost by Pierre Laclede and Auguste Chouteau, St. Louis was the trade and cultural center for the Louisiana Territory and everything north and west. Thus, St. Louis is known as the “Gateway to the West,” symbolized by the Gateway Arch that anchors the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. The first European settlers migrated from New Orleans, followed by a flood of trappers and explorers, two of the most notable being Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who led the famous expedition toward the Pacific Ocean from 1803 to 1806 at the request of President Thomas Jefferson. In 1904, St. Louis hosted the first Olympiad in the United States and the World’s Fair, which led to the development of Forest Park, one of the nation’s largest metropolitan parks.At the fair, several foods and beverages, including the hot dog, ice cream cone and iced tea, were introduced to the United States.

Also, a St. Louis businessman funded Charles Lindbergh’s trans-Atlantic flight in “The Spirit of St. Louis.” The city is the hometown of world-renowned figures such as Scott Joplin, T.S. Eliot and Tennessee Williams.

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• With more than 2.8 million people, St. Louis ranks as the 18th-most populous metropolitan area and labor market in the United States.

• A leading research center for plant and medical sciences, St. Louis is also a hub for information technology professionals and advanced manufacturing businesses such as aerospace and automobile production.

• The area’s central location, both in population and geography, means it is within 500 miles of one-third of the U.S. population. • St. Louis offers more free major visitor attractions than any other place outside the nation’s capital.

In Random News • The first lung cancer operation was performed in St. Louis. • The world’s first skyscraper, Louis Sullivan’s Wainwright Building, was built in St. Louis. • The ice cream cone and iced tea were introduced at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis. Hot dogs and hamburgers were popularized at the event, and the soft drink Dr. Pepper was introduced at the fair as well. • St. Louis was the first American city to host the Olympic Games (1904). • The custom of placing chocolate on hotel pillows began in St. Louis when the actor Cary Grant used chocolate for wooing purposes at the Mayfair Hotel. • The cocktails Planter’s Punch and Tom Collins were invented at the St. Louis hotel called the Planter’s House.

• In April 2010, Forbes magazine named St. Louis among its “Best Places for Business and Careers,” ranking St. Louis 22nd out of 200 U.S. cities. The rankings were based on the cost of doing business, projected job growth and educational attainment. • The greater St. Louis area is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies – Express Scripts, Emerson Electric, Monsanto, Ameren, Reinsurance Group of America, Charter Communications, Peabody Energy, Smurfit-Stone Container Corp., Graybar Electric and Centene. • Eight St. Louis-based companies were ranked among Forbes magazine’s “America’s Largest Private Companies” in 2009 – Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Graybar Electric, Edward Jones, McCarthy Building Cos., Apex Oil Co., World Wide Technology Inc., Schnuck Markets Inc. and UniGroup. • Headquartered in St. Louis, Enterprise Rent-A-Car was named No. 15 in the nation for new college graduates on Business Week’s 2009 “Best Places to Launch a Career” list. • St. Louis ranks among the leaders in the number of buildings designed to minimize environmental impact with nine LEEDcertified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) buildings, according to a recent U.S. Green Building Council survey.

• Peanut butter was discovered by a doctor in St. Louis.

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What’s a Person to Do? With so much history and diversity tied into its culture, St. Louis offers residents and visitors numerous entertaining attractions that cater to everyone, regardless of age or taste. There is something in St. Louis for every interest – architecture, music, history, sports, botany, food and nightlife. Below is just a sampling.

Attractions

• The Gateway Arch is a tribute to Thomas Jefferson and a monument to westward expansion. An elevator ride to the top of the 630-foot structure offers a spectacular view of the St. Louis metropolitan area. • A tour of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery provides an exciting behind-the-scenes look at how the local beer producer creates the products that make it the biggest and best brewery in the world.

Music and Theater

• The Pageant is a venue for bands on national tours. • Blocks from SLU’s campus, Powell Symphony Hall is the home of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. • Sheldon Concert Hall and Ballroom is the place for jazz, folk and classical music. • The Muny is an outdoor amphitheater in Forest Park that plays host to great summer musicals. • The Fox Theatre is a venue within walking distance of SLU’s campus that hosts everything from comedy and concerts to Broadway plays.

• The Missouri Botanical Garden, one of the world’s leading botanical research facilities, is a national historic landmark and one of the most beautiful and scientifically significant botanical gardens in the world. • Forest Park covers almost 1,300 acres and is one of the nation’s largest metropolitan parks – more than 500 acres larger than New York’s Central Park. The showcase of the 1904 World’s Fair, the park houses some of St. Louis’ premier attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, the Saint Louis Science Center, the Jewel Box, the Muny, two golf courses, tennis courts, a six-mile running trail, dozens of ball fields and much more. • Six Flags St. Louis is one of the region’s favorite amusement parks with a variety of roller coasters, water rides and theaters. • St. Louis Union Station first opened in 1894 and was once the largest and busiest passenger rail terminal in the world. After ceasing operation as an active train terminal in 1978, the elegant building reopened in 1985 as the largest adaptive re-use project in the United States.

The Fox Theatre anchors the Grand Center arts district.

Sports

• Busch Stadium is the home of the 2006 World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals, whose 10 world championships are more than any other National League team has won.The Stadium was the site of the 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. • The 70,000-seat state-of-the-art Edward Jones Dome is home to the NFL Rams, 2000 Super Bowl champions. • Scottrade Center, a 20,000-seat downtown arena, is the home of the St. Louis Blues of the NHL. Scottrade is also the site of many concerts as well as ice shows, circuses and touring productions.

Art

• Saint Louis Art Museum is one of the top 10 comprehensive art museums in the country and one of the best-attended on a per capita basis. • The world’s largest collection of mosaics, which took three generations and 20 artists to complete, can be found at the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica, an awe-inspiring Romanesque and Byzantinestyle Roman Catholic church. Busch Stadium hosted the 2006 World Series and the 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

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• Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, the place for not-somainstream exhibits, is a leading institution for contemporary art exhibitions in an innovative environment.

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