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2010 SONOMA STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010 SSU Sports Information Weekly Release Tyler Lobe, Sports Information Director lobe@sonoma.edu • (707) 664-2478 www.sonomaseawolves.com

2010 Schedule and Results (2-8-3 overall, 1-8-3 ccaa) Date 9/2 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31

Opponent Time/Result WESTERN OREGON W, 2-1 CAL POLY POMONA* T, 0-0 (2 ot) CSU SAN BERNARDINO* L, 0-4 CAL STATE EAST BAY* L, 0-1 #25 UC SAN DIEGO* T, 0-0 (2 ot) at Cal State Stanislaus* L, 0-1 at Chico State* L, 0-4 CSU MONTEREY BAY* W, 3-0 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* L, 0-1 CHICO STATE* L, 0-2 #24 CAL STATE STANISLAUS* T, 0-0 (2 ot) at Cal State L.A.* L, 0-1 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L, 0-1 at Humboldt State* 12:30 pm HUMBOLDT STATE* 11:30 am at San Francisco State* 3:00 pm at CSU Monterey Bay* 12:30 pm

*CCAA match; home games in CAPS

CCAA Standings NORTH W-L-T* PTS San Francisco State 8-2-2 26 Cal State Stanislaus 7-4-1 22 Chico State 5-6-1 16 Humboldt State 3-9-0 9 SONOMA STATE 1-8-3 6 Cal State Monterey Bay 1-11-0 3

W-L-T^ 9-2-3 9-4-1 6-7-1 3-11-0 2-8-3 2-12-0

SOUTH Cal State L.A. #21 UC San Diego CSU Dominguez Hills CSU San Bernardino Cal Poly Pomona Cal State East Bay

W-L-T^ 10-3-0 10-2-2 10-3-1 8-5-1 6-5-3 6-6-3

W-L-T* PTS 9-3-0 27 8-2-2 26 8-3-1 25 6-5-1 19 4-5-3 15 4-6-2 14

*CCAA record; ^Overall record

Freshman J.J. McFarlin has been one of the biggest defensive stoppers in the league this season.

ON THE PITCH THIS WEEK... humboldt state LUMBERJACKS 3-11-0 overall, 3-9-0 ccaa Friday, Oct. 22 • 12:30 pm HSU Soccer Field at Arcata, Calif.

Sunday, Oct. 24 • 11:30 am Seawolf Soccer Field at Rohnert Park, Calif.

This weekend features a home-and-home series with travel partner Humboldt State. Both matches will be tabbed as Senior Day for the two squads, as the Lumberjacks will recognize their graduating seniors on Friday at Arcata and the Seawolves will recognize their graduating seniors on Sunday at Rohnert Park. Friday will also mark the opening of the brand new Humboldt State Soccer Field and Facility, which broke ground in the fall of 2008. Just like Sonoma State, the Humboldt State women’s soccer team hasn’t been very efficient on offense, scoring just seven goals in all 14 of their matches. Humboldt State stole a 2-0 victory over Chico State two weeks ago, but lost a pair of 2-0 matches against Cal State Dominguez Hills and Cal State L.A. last weekend. Sarah Nakamoto, Kim Carroll and Arielle Kern have scored twice for the Lumberjacks, six of their team’s seven scores. The Seawolves are 4-1-0 against the Lumberjacks since 2007, but the two teams split the home-and-home series last season. SSU leads 12-6-2 in the all-time series. Offense Held Scoreless In Last Five Games It has been a struggle all season long to find the net, scoring just five goals in 13 matches. It was no different this weekend; although, the Sonoma State defense held two high-powered offenses to just one goal each -- south division leading Cal State L.A. and last year’s national runner-up Cal State Dominguez Hills. It has been five matches since the Seawolves have scored, marking the 11th time in 13 matches SSU hasn’t scored. Two of the longest scoring draughts in program history have happened this season -- a 587:58 streak (6+ matches) before a 3-0 victory over Cal State Monterey Bay on Oct. 1 and a current 486:21 streak (5+ matches) since. Senior Sunday Four student-athletes will be recognized on Sunday for the annual Senior Day game. Courtney Grixti, Jaci Davey, Jocelyn Puga and Allison Kern will be honored in a pre-game ceremony for their efforts on and off the field in their careers at Sonoma State and will be playing in their final collegiate home game. Sciacqua Making Stops Sophomore Alexis Sciacqua has been making a statement for the Seawolves recently, starting the last three matches and appearing in the last six between the posts. Sciacqua, who made a career-high 12 saves on Sunday at Cal State Dominguez Hills and another nine on Friday at Cal State L.A., has moved into third place in the CCAA in save percentage (.862) and fourth in goals against average (0.88). Named as the starting goalkeeper midway through last season, Sciacqua didn’t allow a goal by an opponent for the first 391 minutes of her collegiate career. She has given up just 16 goals in 1475 minutes, 58 seconds in her career as a goalkeeper at Sonoma State. Seawolves Snap Scoreless Streak, Beat Otters On Oct. 1 against Cal State Monterey Bay, Sara Studer scored two goals and Allison Kern put the match out of question with a score late in the game, ending a six-match scoreless streak for Sonoma State en route to a 3-0 victory. Studer put the Seawolves on the board early with a header past the Otter goalkeeper, just seven and a half minutes into the match. The score remained 1-0 until Studer added her second goal of the day in the 72nd minute and just over two minutes later, Kern gave the Seawolves a comfortable 3-0 lead. It ended a streak of 587 minutes and 58 seconds that Sonoma State was held scoreless. The Seawolves remain unbeaten by the Otters, improving to 10-0-3 over CSUMB.

Sonoma State Women’s Soccer Weekly Release Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State women’s October soccer 19, 2010 home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

2010 Sonoma State Women’s Soccer Roster

Head Coach Luke Oberkirch Luke Oberkirch begins his 16th season as head coach of the women’s soccer team at Sonoma State University. Since 1995, when he took over as head coach, Luke Oberkirch has complied a 185-88-29 overall record and a 123-54-25 mark in conference play. In his 15 complete seasons, Oberkirch has guided his team to seven first place finishes, including five in the CCAA’s North Division and two in the Northern California Athletic Conference. The 2009 season was one of frustration and missed opportunities for a talented Sonoma State squad. Stricken by numerous injuries, especially on the attack, the Seawolves stumbed to an 8-9-3 overall record, though they did still finish in a second place tie in the CCAA North. Eight of their nine losses came by a single goal. Despite it all, defender Lindsay Catton was named an All-American for the second straight year, becoming the first SSU player to accomplish the back-to-back feat since 1998. Coach Oberkirch joined the Sonoma State staff in 1990, the year the women’s soccer team brought home the school’s first-ever NCAA National Championship. As SSU’s top assistant coach from 1990-94 under Peter Reynaud, Oberkirch was an important part of the team’s incredible success. The teams won five consecutive NCAC titles and made the NCAA playoffs five years in a row. In 1995, Oberkirch was named the third head coach in the program’s history. Prior to coming to Sonoma State, Oberkirch was head coach of the boys soccer team at Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa from 1987-89. In 1988, his team won the North Bay League Championship and in each of his three seasons, his team made the CIF North Coach Section playoffs. A San Diego State graduate, Oberkirch received his B.A. in Physical Education in 1987 and earned his teaching credential from Sonoma State in 1989. Luke and his wife Michele reside in Cloverdale with their son Jayk.

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Career Record

Rec 17-2-0 9-9-1 14-4-2 22-2-1 15-2-4 14-5-3 10-7-2 12-6-1 9-9-2 10-7-1 8-8-3 12-6-3 10-7-2 15-5-1 8-9-3 2-8-3

Conf 10-0-0 5-4-1 9-1-0 14-0-0 10-1-3 9-2-3 6-6-2 8-5-1 7-5-2 7-6-1 7-4-3 10-3-3 5-7-2 10-3-1 6-7-3 1-8-3

Finish 1st 4th 1st 1st(n) 1st(n) 1st(n) 3rd(n) 3rd(n) 1st(n) 2nd(n) 3rd(n) 2nd(n) 4th(n) 1st(n) 2nd(n) -

Career Overall: 187-96-32 Career Conference: 124-61-28

# 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Name Tess Hack Courtney Grixti Taylor Edmonds Megan Cunningham Marissa Shaw J.J. McFarlin Jaci Davey Ashley Martin Bree Robles Macy Usher Allie Maduell Allie Carlton Jocelyn Puga Katie Parucha Caitlin Witwer Meghan McGrew Kiley Brown Holly Weaver Sara Studer Shayla Mellenthin Kate McFarland Taylor Colacion Alicia Mertz Allison Kern Alexis Sciacqua Katie Lenci Megan Foy Lauren Fryer

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

Ht 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-2 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-11 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-3 5-5 5-4 5-3 5-11 5-7 5-9 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-2 5-5

Yr Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown Marin San Ramon Manhattan Beach Torrance Davis Santa Rosa San Jose Davis Sonoma Irvine Pleasanton Irvine Folsom Manhattan Beach Bakersfield San Jose Novato Chatsworth Oceanside San Ramon Northridge La Habra Allen, Texas South Lake Tahoe Santa Rosa Diablo Valley Sacramento San Clemente

Last School Marin Catholic HS California HS Mira Costa HS West HS Davis HS Santa Rosa HS Presentation HS Davis HS Ursuline HS University HS Utah State University HS Folsom HS Mira Costa HS Stockdale HS Presentation HS San Marin HS Chatsworth HS El Camino HS California HS Campbell Hall La Habra HS Sandpoint HS (Idaho) South Tahoe HS Montgomery HS Carondelet HS El Camino HS San Clemente HS

Head Coach: Luke Oberkirch (San Diego State, 1987; 16th season) Assistant Coaches: Dave Shaffer, Shannon Percell, Chris Parman

Seawolves Earn Point Off Tritons, First In History Going into the Sept. 19th match against then-25th-ranked UC San Diego, the Sonoma State women’s soccer team had never earned a point against the Tritons in its history. Battling through a scoreless match that included two overtimes, the Seawolves forced a tie, earning their first point in 15 matches against UCSD. Sonoma State is now 0-14-1 against UC San Diego. Sonoma State Athletics on Facebook and Twitter Do you have Facebook or Twitter? Follow the Seawolves on both social networking sites by searching for the official Facebook site @Sonoma State Seawolves and the official Twitter page @sonomaseawolves. The athletic department has also launched a new blog with new posts from women’s soccer student-athlete Katie Parucha. Be sure to check it out! 2009 Year in Review Coming off a 15-win season in 2008 and a first place finish in the CCAA North Division, the Seawolves got off to a great start in 2009 with two straight convincing wins to start the year – two non-conference victories against Hawaii-Hilo and Notre Dame de Namur. Then, a weekend trip to Washington State slowed the Seawolves’ momentum with two one-goal losses against Saint Martin’s and Western Washington before conference play started a week later. Sonoma State would go on to win its first CCAA matches, but then played extra time in four of its next five matches, which could account for the injuries suffered early on. With 10 conference matches to play, the Seawolves found themselves at 2-2-2, including four double overtime nailbiters, causing some physical and emotional fatigue. The rest of the schedule showed some up and down moments, but the Seawolves ended on a high note, winning two of their last three matches. They found themselves in unchartered territory, though, as Sonoma State fell under the .500 mark for the first time since 1986 with an 8-9-3 record.

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State women’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

Upcoming Schedule/Match Results

NSCAA National Rankings 1. Saint Rose (N.Y.) 2. Central Missouri 3. Grand Valley State (Mich.) 4. Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 5. Fort Lewis (Ga.) 6. West Chester (Pa.) 7. BYU-Hawaii 8. St. Edward’s (Texas) 9. Rollins (Fla.) 10. Columbus State (Ga.) 11. Wisconsin-Parkside 12. California (Pa.) 13. Seattle Pacific 14. Metro State (Colo.) 15. Florida Southern 16. C.W. Post (N.Y.) 17. Belmont Abbey (N.C.) 18. Midwestern State (Texas) 19. West Florida 20. Northern Kentucky 21. UC San Diego 22. Merrimack (Mass.) 23. Kutztown (Pa.) 24. Regis (Colo.) 25. Bloomsburg (Pa.) NSCAA West Regional Rankings 1. BYU-Hawaii 2. Seattle Pacific 3. UC San Diego t-4. Cal State L.A. t-4. Western Washington 6. Montana State Billings 7. San Francisco State 8. Cal State Dominguez Hills 9. Grand Canyon t-10. Cal State San Bernardino t-10. Cal State Stanislaus NCAA West Regional Rankings 1. BYU-Hawaii 2. UC San Diego 3. Western Washington 4. Seattle Pacific 5. Cal State Stanislaus 6. Montana State Billings 7. San Francisco State 8. Cal State L.A. 9. Grand Canyon 10. Cal State Dominguez Hills *Rankings as of 10/13/2010

Date Opponent 9/2 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31

W T L

WESTERN OREGON W CAL POLY POMONA* T CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO* L CAL STATE EAST BAY* L #25 UC SAN DIEGO* T at Cal State Stanislaus* L at Chico State* L CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* W SAN FRANCISCO STATE* L CHICO STATE* L #24 CAL STATE STANISLAUS* T at Cal State L.A.* L at Cal State Dominguez Hills* L at Humboldt State* HUMBOLDT STATE* at San Francisco State* at Cal State Monterey Bay*

Score Att.

SSU Goals

2-1 101 0-0 (2 ot) 123 0-4 142 0-1 198 0-0 (2 ot) 210 0-1 770 0-4 368 3-0 125 0-1 287 0-2 144 0-0 (2 ot) 151 0-1 320 0-1 151 12:30 pm 11:30 am 3:00 pm 12:30 pm

Davey, Colacion ------Studer (2), Kern ------

2010 Statistics Name

STUDER, Sara KERN, Allison COLACION, Taylor DAVEY, Jaci CUNNINGHAM, Megan FRYER, Lauren MADUELL, Allie ROBLES, Bree MARTIN, Ashley MELLENTHIN, Shayla EDMONDS, Taylor PARUCHA, Katie SHAW, Marissa MCFARLAND, Kate BROWN, Kiley LENCI, Katie MERTZ, Alicia WEAVER, Holly PUGA, Jocelyn McGREW, Meghan USHER, Macy MCFARLIN, J.J. FOY, Megan WITWER, Caitlin CARLTON, Allie Total Opponents

Name

GRIXTI, Courtney SCIACQUA, Alexis Total Opponents

GP-GS 13-10 13-9 5-5 10-2 13-10 9-1 12-1 7-4 13-11 10-4 10-8 4-8 13-5 13-1 12-1 5-0 9-0 5-0 11-8 5-0 4-0 13-7 9-0 9-11 2-0 13 13

GP-GS 10-10 6-3 13 13

G A Pts.

2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 16

Min

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 15

4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 47

GA Avg.

820:01 12 409:59 4 1230:00 16 1230:00 5

1.32 0.88 1.17 0.37

Shots Shot% 22 19 15 7 6 5 4 4 23 8 8 6 6 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 152 166

Sv 39 25 64 64

.091 .053 .067 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .033 .096

Pct

.765 .862 .800 .928

GW

PK-Att.

W-L-T

Sho

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8

2-6-2 0-2-1 2-8-3 8-2-3

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 1-1

2 1 4 11

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State women’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

QUICK KICKS Sunday __________________0-4-2 Monday _________________0-0-0 Tuesday _________________0-0-0 Wednesday _______________0-0-0 Thursday _________________1-0-0 Friday ___________________1-4-1 Saturday _________________0-0-0 August __________________0-0-0 September _______________1-4-2 October _________________1-4-1 November _______________0-0-0 Home ___________________2-4-3 Road ____________________0-4-0 Neutral __________________0-0-0 Scoring First______________ 2-0-0 Opponent Scoring First _____0-8-0 Leading at the Half ________2-0-0 Tied at the Half ___________1-4-3 Trailing at the Half _________0-3-0 Overtime ________________0-0-0 Double Overtime __________0-0-3 Shutouts _________________1-8-3 Outshooting Opponents ____2-3-2 Opp. Outshooting SSU _____0-5-0 Shots are Even ____________0-0-1 Games decided by... One-goal ________________1-5-0 Two-goals _______________0-1-0 Three-goals ______________1-0-0 Four or higher ____________0-2-0

GOALS

Opponent

Date

Total

ASSISTS

Opponent

Date

Total

POINTS

Opponent

Date

Total

SHOTS

Opponent

Date

Total

SAVES

Opponent

Date

Total

Sara Studer Cal State Monterey Bay 10/1 Allison Kern Cal State Monterey Bay 10/1 Taylor Colacion Western Oregon 9/2 Jaci Davey Western Oregon 9/2 Megan Cunningham Cal State Monterey Bay 10/1 Allie Maduell Cal State Monterey Bay 10/1 Lauren Fryer Western Oregon 9/2 Bree Robles Western Oregon 9/2 Sara Studer Allison Kern Taylor Colacion Jaci Davey

Allison Kern Sara Studer Sara Studer Taylor Colacion Sara Studer Alexis Sciacqua Courtney Grixti Alexis Sciacqua

Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Monterey Bay Western Oregon Western Oregon

Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Monterey Bay UC San Diego Cal State East Bay Cal State San Bernardino at Cal State Dominguez Hills at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State L.A.

10/1 10/1 9/2 9/2

10/10 10/1 9/19 9/17 9/12 10/17 9/24 10/15

2 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

4 2 2 2

5 4 4 4 4

ALL-TIME RECORDS vs. 2010 OPPONENTS (since 1983) Western Oregon ___________6-1-0 Cal Poly Pomona __________15-5-2 Cal State San Bernardino ___13-5-1 Cal State East Bay _________18-7-1 UC San Diego ____________0-14-1 Cal State Stanislaus _______17-3-2 Chico State _____________37-8-10 Cal State Monterey Bay ____10-0-3 San Francisco State _______34-12-9 Cal State L.A. ____________10-4-0 Cal State Dominguez Hills _11-13-5 Humboldt State __________12-6-2 Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State women’s soccer home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com

12 10 9


2010 SONOMA STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER Weekly Release • October 19, 2010

STATISTICAL LEADERS (through Monday, 10/18) #00 Tess Hack GK • Fr. Marin, CA

#6 Jaci Davey MF • Sr. San Jose, WA

#12 Jocelyn Puga MF • Sr. Folsom, CA

#18 Sara Studer D • So. Oceanside, CA

#1 Courtney Grixti

GK • Sr. San Ramon, CA

#2 Taylor Edmonds MF • Jr. Manhattan Beach, CA

#7 Ashley Martin D • So. Davis, CA

#8 Bree Robles MF/D • So. Sonoma, CA

#13 Katie Parucha MF • Jr. Manhattan Beach, CA

#19 Shayla Mellenthin

MF/D • Fr. San Ramon, CA

#14 Caitlin Witier F • Fr. Bakersfield, CA

#20 Kate McFarland D • Fr. Northridge, CA

#3 Megan Cunningham

MF • Jr. Torrance, CA

#9 Macy Usher MF • So. Irvine, CA

#15 Meghan McGrew

F • So. San Jose, CA

#21 Taylor Colacion D • Jr. La Habra, CA

#4 Marissa Shaw D • Jr. Davis, CA

#10 Allie Maduell MF • Jr. Pleasanton, CA

#16 Kiley Brown F • Jr. Novato, CA

#22 Alicia Mertz D • Fr. Allen, TX

#5 J.J. McFarlin D • R-Fr. Santa Rosa, CA

#11 Allie Carlton MF • Fr. Irvine, CA

#17 Holly Weaver MF • So. Chatsworth, CA

#23 Allison Kern D • Sr. South Lake Tahoe, CA

GOALS Karenee Demery (CSUS)______________ 14 Jessica Murphy (CSUDH)_ ____________ 11 Jani Carmona (CSUSB)_ ______________ 11 Ann Marie Tangorra (CSULA____________ 9 Two tied with_ ______________________ 8 ASSISTS Liz Franco (CSULA)___________________ 7 Hayley Johnson (UCSD)_______________ 7 Marissa Dunaway (CSUS)______________ 6 Four tied with_______________________ 5 ____________________________________ POINTS Karenee Demery (CSUS)______________ Jani Carmona (CSUSB)_ ______________ Jessica Murphy (CSUDH)_ ____________ Liz Franco (CSULA)__________________ Ann Marie Tangorra (CSULA)__________

32 27 27 23 22

SHOTS Karenee Demery (CSUS)______________ Jessica Murphy (CSUDH)_ ____________ Jani Carmona (CSUSB)_ ______________ Taylor Canatsey (CSUDH)_____________ Liz Franco (CSULA)__________________

70 63 51 51 50

GW GOALS Karenee Demery (CSUS)_______________ 6 Jessica Murphy (CSUDH)_ _____________ 5 Liz Franco (CSULA)___________________ 4 Five tied with_ ______________________ 3 ____________________________________ SAVE PERCENTAGE Annicia Jones (SFSU)_ ______________ .931 Gabriella Batmani (CSULA)___________ .870 ALEXIS SCAICQUA (SSU)_ __________.862 Kristin Armstrong (UCSD)____________ .804 Tiffany Mallick (CSUSB)______________ .789

#24 Alexis Sciacqua GK • So. Santa Rosa, CA

#25 Katie Lenci MF • Fr. Diablo Valley, CA

#26 Megan Foy D • Fr. Sacramento, CA

#27 Lauren Fryer F • Fr. San Clemente, CA

SSU QUICK FACTS

DEPARTMENT STAFF DIRECTORY

School Name Sonoma State University Founded 1960 Enrollment 7,050 Colors Navy (PMS 286), Columbia Blue (PMS 278), White Nickname Seawolves Mascot Lobo the Seawolf Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference California Collegiate Athletic Association President Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics Bill Fusco Home Facility Seawolf Soccer Field Playing Surface/Capacity Natural Grass/1,200

Director of Athletics Bill Fusco Associate Athletic Director - Comm. & Mktg. Brandon Bronzan Associate Athletic Director - S-A Services/SWA Yvonne Burbank Associate Athletic Director - Business Operations Mike Ogg Assistant Athletic Director - Event Mgmt. Megan Christensen Administrative Analyst Nancy Crosat Sports Information Director Tyler Lobe Compliance Coordinator Michael Balasek Equipment Manager Willie Lee Administrative Assistant Erin Rock Head Athletic Trainer Bo Owens Assistant Athletic Trainers Julie Miller, Andrew Simpkins

SHUTOUTS Annicia Jones (SFSU)_ _______________ 10 Kristin Armstrong (UCSD)______________ 7 Millie Brown (CSUS)_ _________________ 6 Gabriella Batmani (CSULA)_____________ 6 Alyssa Congdon (CSUDH)_____________ 6 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Annicia Jones (SFSU)_ ______________ 0.34 Gabriella Batmani (CSULA)___________ 0.60 Kristin Armstrong (UCSD)____________ 0.70 ALEXIS SCAICQUA (SSU)_ __________0.88 Alyssa Congdon (CSUDH)___________ 0.99

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