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2009 WOMEN'S SOCCER Table of Contents 2009 Quick Facts & Schedule ................................................................................. 1 Coaching Staff ......................................................................................................... 2 2009 Hatters ............................................................................................................ 3 2009 Roster ............................................................................................................. 4 Player Bios: Jenny Agranoff, Heather Berg ........................................................................ 5 Elise Ketcham, Danielle Sefczek .................................................................... 6 Emily Ware, Emily Yero .................................................................................. 7 Rachel Allen, Katie Bitetto .............................................................................. 8 Cassandra Corbyons, Andrea Garavaglia ...................................................... 9 Tessa Gavilsky, Kristen Higel........................................................................ 10 Kate Matthews, Caitlin Peterson................................................................... 11 Natalie Simon, Alexis Hermosa .................................................................... 12 Courtney Jenista, Samantha Jones .............................................................. 13 Lindsay Jowers, Jennifer Rinaberger ........................................................... 14 Sarah Rodriguez, Crossley Simmons ........................................................... 15 Samantha Snyder, Christina Cromwell ......................................................... 16 Kassandra Hartwick, Kristen Mueller ............................................................ 17 Mackenzie Roy, Laura Seletos ..................................................................... 18 2008 Review .....................................................................................................19-20 Records & History.............................................................................................21-24 All-Time Letterwinners ........................................................................................... 25 This is Stetson University ...................................................................................... 26 University and Athletic Staff ................................................................................... 27 The Atlantic Sun Conference ................................................................................. 28 DeLand, Florida ............................................................................Inside Back Cover Team Photo ............................................................................................ Back Cover

Quick Facts GENERAL Location ........................................................................................DeLand, FL 32723 Enrollment .........................................................................................................2,492 Founded .............................................................................................................1883 President ............................................................ Dr. Wendy B. Libby (Cornell, 1972) National Affiliation ...........................................................................................NCAA I Conference ............................................................................................. Atlantic Sun Athletic Director ..................................................................... Jeff Altier (Stetson ‘82) Nickname........................................................................................................ Hatters Colors ..................................................................................Hunter Green and White Field (Capacity) .........................................................Stetson Soccer Complex (500) COACHING STAFF Head Coach.......................................................................... Julie Orlowski (FIU ‘91) Career Record ........................................................................ 101-111-17 (13 years) Record at Stetson ...................................................................62-76-13 (Eight Years) Assistant Coach...............................................................Brittany Jones (Two Years) Soccer Office Phone.......................................................................... (386) 822-8139 HISTORY First Season .......................................................................................................1993 Overall Record....................................................................113-164-19 (16 seasons) Years in NCAA Tournament ................................................................................none TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Overall Record........................................................................................ 7-10-2 2008 A-Sun Record/Finish.................................................................5-5-0 (.500)/6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost...............................................................................22/8 Starters Returning/Lost........................................................................................10/1 Newcomers...............................................................................................................5 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director/Women’s Soccer Contact .........................Dean Watson Office Phone ...................................................................................... (386) 822-8130 email...................................................................................dwatson@stetson.edu Assistant SID ..................................................................................... Jesse Cazakoff Office Phone ................................................................................. (386) 822-8131 e-mail ................................................................................. jcazakof@stetson.edu Office Fax .......................................................................................... (386) 822-8132 Mailing Address ..................421 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand, Fla. 32723, Unit 8359 Athletics Website ........................................................................ www.gohatters.com

2009 Schedule DATE DAY OPPONENT LOCATION TIME 8/16 Sun. FLORIDA TECH (Exh.) DeLand 6:00 pm 8/21 Fri. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL DeLand 7:00 pm 8/23 Sun. at Florida Atlantic Boca Raton 4:00 pm 8/27 Thu. EMBRY-RIDDLE DeLand 7:00 pm 8/30 Sun. FLORIDA STATE DeLand 2:00 pm 9/4 Fri. vs. West Point^ Fort Myers 4:30 pm 9/6 Sun. vs. Tennessee-Martin^ Fort Myers 11:00 am 9/11 Fri. vs. Jackson State# Mobile, Ala. 4:00 pm 9/13 Sun. at South Alabama# Mobile, Ala. 2:00 pm 9/20 Sun. SOUTH FLORIDA DeLand 4:00 pm (DH) 9/25 Fri. at Kennesaw State* Kennesaw, Ga. 7:00 pm 9/27 Sun. at Mercer* Macon, Ga. 2:00 pm 10/1 Fri. CAMPBELL* DeLand 7:00 pm 10/5 Mon. FGCU* DeLand 6:00 pm 10/9 Fri. NORTH FLORIDA* DeLand 4:00 pm (DH) 10/11 Sun. JACKSONVILLE* DeLand 4:00 pm (DH) 10/16 Fri. at Lipscomb* Nashville, Tenn. 6:00 pm 10/18 Sun. at Belmont* Nashville, Tenn. 1:15 pm 10/23 Fri. USC UPSTATE* DeLand 7:00 pm 10/25 Sun. EAST TENNESSEE STATE* DeLand 1:00 pm 10/31 Sat. A-Sun Tournament – 1st Rd TBA TBA 11/5 Thu. A-Sun Tournament – Semifinal TBA TBA 11/7 Sat. A-Sun Tournament – Finals TBA TBA 11/13-29 NCAA Preliminary Rounds TBA TBA 12/4-6 NCAA Final Four College Station, Tx. TBA * (DH) ^ #

Atlantic Sun Conference Game (All Times Eastern) Doubleheader with men’s team Embassy Suites Kickoff Classic (hosted by FGCU) Port City Classic (hosted by South Alabama)

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C OAC H I N G S TA F F J ulie O rlowski Head Coach - Ninth Season Florida International ‘91 Julie Orlowski enters her ninth season as Stetson Unversity’s women’s soccer head coach. Orlowski, who started programs at St. Thomas, North Florida and Boise State, was named the Hatters’ second women’s soccer head coach on July 20, 2001. In 2008 Orlowski solidified her status as a top- tier Division I head coach by earning her 100th career victory with a 2-0 win over Lipscomb on October 19. Well respected among her peers in college soccer, Orlowski was a member of the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee from 2006-2008. In 2009 she was honored further with an appointment to a five-year term on the NCAA National Advisory Committee. In 2006, Orlowski led Stetson to perhaps the school’s most successful season, earning both A-Sun Coach of the Year and NISOA’s Central Florida Coach of the Year honors. The Hatters matched a school record for wins (12) and posted the best regular season conference record (7-1-1) in the program’s history. The team put together and 8-match unbeaten streak and reached the conference tournament finals. Addtionally, four players earned first team all-conference recognition with April Eilering earning Defensive Player of the Year. In 2005, the Hatters recorded seven shutouts, including five of their last six opponents. Stetson made its second semifinal appearance in three attempts where it forced the match into penalty kicks after a double-overtime scoreless tie. While shutting out six opponents in 2004, Orlowski’s squad set new school records with a 0.97 goals against average and allowing opponents a total of just 17 goals. After accumulating a 10-24 record during her first two years at Stetson, Orlowski led the Hatters to an impressive 11-7-3 mark in 2003 along with a conference championship appearance for just the third time in the program’s history. During her first eight years at Stetson, Orlowski has coached 17 allconference performers including eight first team, five second team, and five all-freshmen team members along with the league’s first-

Brittany Jones Assistant Coach - Third Season Stetson ‘07

ever Defensive Player of the Year in Emma Astrom and the school’s first Freshman Player of the Year in April Eilering. In 2006, Eilering became Stetson’s second Defensive Player of the Year. In 2010 Astrom is set to be inducted into the Stetson Athletics Hall of Fame. She is the first women’s soccer player to earn that honor. In 2008 Tessa Gavilsky added to the trophy case after being voted the A-Sun’s Offensive Player of the Year. It was the first time a Stetson player had earned that honor.

Orlowski’s Head Coaching Record 1992............ St. Thomas ....... 3-13-1 1993............ St. Thomas ......... 7-6-0 1994............ St. Thomas ......... 8-5-1 1996...........North Florida ...... 10-7-1 1998............Boise State ....... 5-11-1 1999............Boise State ....... 6-12-0 2001............... Stetson ........... 4-13-0 2002............... Stetson ........... 6-11-0 2003............... Stetson ........... 11-7-3 2004............... Stetson ............. 5-6-5 2005............... Stetson ........... 9-11-1 2006............... Stetson ........... 12-8-1 2007............... Stetson ........... 8-10-1 2008............... Stetson ........... 7-10-2 Totals ............ 14 Years ...101-111-17

Additionally, Orlowski has coached countless Academic All-Conference performers and routinely places more than 75% of her roster on that prestigious list. A 1991 graduate of Florida International University (B.A., Mass Communication), Orlowski came to Stetson following one season as an assistant at South Florida. Prior to her stint at USF, Orlowski compiled a 39-54-4 record in six seasons as a collegiate head coach. Orlowski began Boise State’s program in 1997 and previously started the program at North Florida, beginning a club team in 1995 and turning the Ospreys into a nationally ranked Division II program in their first year at the varsity level. In 1996, North Florida was ranked as high as No. 8 during the season. Orlowski began her coaching career at Miami’s St. Thomas University in 1992, beginning the NAIA program from scratch just one year after graduating from FIU. She compiled an 18-24-2 record in three seasons at St. Thomas, including winning seasons in 1993 (7-6-0) and 1994 (8-5-1). As a player at FIU, Orlowski was a four-year starter and team captain for the Golden Panthers. She earned her master’s in Sports Admin. from St. Thomas in 1995. Orlowski holds a United States Soccer Federation “B” License and also serves as a part-time instructor for the USSF. She is a state coach for the Florida Youth Soccer Association and has served as an Olympic Development Program instructor.

Brittany Jones is in her third season as an Assistant Coach at Stetson. She plays a large roll in the team’s successes on and off the field. In addition to her on-field duties, Jones is the program’s recruiting coordinator. She is the first line of contact for both the recruits and the current players.

Jones spent four years as a starter and 90-minute player in the Hatters back line, culminating with a first team allconference season in 2006. Jones was also a three-year team captain. Jones was highly successful in the classroom at Stetson earning academic all-conference honors all four years. In 2006, she was also an NSCAA All-South Region Scholar and graduated from Stetson with a degree in rehabilitative studies.

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2009 A-Sun Women’s Soccer Preseason Poll # School (1st Place Votes)....................Points 1. Kennesaw State (6) .................................. 115 2. Mercer (3) ................................................. 112 3. FGCU (1) ....................................................89 4. Belmont (1) .................................................87 5. Jacksonville .................................................70 6. ETSU ..........................................................64 7. Stetson .......................................................57 8. UNF .............................................................49 9. Campbell .....................................................42 10. Lipsconb ......................................................21 11. USC Upstate ...............................................20 Predicted Tournament Champion: Kennesaw State

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THE 2009 ROSTER No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

Major

GK

5-10

Jr

Webster Groves, Mo./Nerinx Hall

Psychology

1 Laura Seletos

GK

5-8

Fr

New Port Richey, Fla./Mitchell HS

Computer Info. Systems

2 Tessa Gavilsky

F/M

5-8

Jr

Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

Integrative Health Science

3 Lindsay Jowers

D

5-8

So-R

Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek HS

Rehabilitative Studies

4 Kristen Higel

D

5-10

Jr

St. Augustine, Fla./Bartram Trail HS

Integrative Health Science

5 Elise Ketcham

D

5-3

Sr

Deltona, Fla./Deltona HS

General Business

6 Cassandra Corbyons M

5-7

Jr-R

DeLand, Fla./Winthrop/DeLand HS

Pol. Sci./Int’l Studies

7 Alexis Hermosa

D/M

5-3

So

Orlando, Fla./Trinity Prep.

Undecided

8 Samantha Jones

D/M

5-4

So

DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

Health Science

9 Kristen Mueller

D

5-8

Fr

DeLand, Fla./Mainland HS

Undecided

10 Sarah Rodriguez

M/F

4-11

So

Deltona, Fla./DeLand HS

Management

11 Heather Berg

F

5-5

Sr

Ft. Myers, Fla./Evangelical Christian

English

12 Courtney Jenista

F

5-6

So

Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic

Biology

13 Kassandra Hartwick

M

5-6

Fr

Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

Finance

14 Jennifer Rinaberger

M

5-3

So

Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS

Finance

15 Natalie Simon

F

5-5

Jr

Lauderhill. Fla./Ft. Lauderdale HS

Business Administration

16 Samantha Snyder

M

5-1

So

Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS

Integrative Health Science

17 Danielle Sefczek

M

5-6

Sr

Bradenton, Fla./St. Stephen’s Episcopal Education

18 Emily Yero

M

5-10

Sr

Orlando, Fla./Orangewood Christian

Biology

19 Emily Ware

M

5-5

Sr

St. Petersburg, Fla./Osceola HS

Sociology

20 Crossley Simmons

M

5-5

So

Winfield, Ill./St. Francis Prep HS

Undecided

21 Jenny Agranoff

D

5-5

Sr

Cape Coral, Fla./Ft. Myers HS

Health Science

M/F

5-6

Jr

Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin HS

Health Science

23 Christina Cromwell

D

5-8

Fr

Cary, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons HS

Health Science

24 Kate Matthews

D

5-6

Jr

Blacksburg, Va./Blacksburg HS

Finance

26 Mackenzie Roy

D

5-4

Fr

DeLand, Fla./DeLand, HS

Undecided

28 Caitlin Peterson

GK

5-7

Jr

Ocala, Fla./Vanguard HS

Biology

30 Rachel Allen

GK

5-7

Jr

Lake Worth, Fla./Cardinal Newman

English

00 Andrea Garavaglia

22 Katie Bitetto

Head Coach Assistant Coach

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Julie Orlowski (FIU ‘91, 9th season) Brittany Jones (Stetson ’06, 3rd season)

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THE 2009 SENIORS Jenny Agranoff Defender 5-5 Sr Cape Coral, Fla./Fort Myers HS

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2008: Played in a career-high 14 games with 10 starts as a junior... Earned Academic AllConference honors for the third straight year... Was a solid defender for the Hatters. 2007: Played in one game as a sophomore… Earned Academic All-Conference honors. 2006: Did not see action... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Played for Greg Gardner at Fort Myers High School... Helped her team to a district runner-up spot... Led team in assists as a freshman with 33... Also lettered in track and field... Graduated suma cum laude. Personal: Majoring in Health Science ... Daughter of Kirsten and Stuart Agranoff... Born Sept. 7, 1988 in San Diego, Calif. Agranoff’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2006 0 0 2007 1 0 2008 14 0 Totals 15 0

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Heather Berg Berg

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Forward 5-5 Sr Ft. Myers, Fla./Evangelical Christian

2008: Played in all 19 games with 18 starts as a junior... Tied for 4th on the team in scoring with five points... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Florida Atlantic (9/19)... scored first goal of season at NC State (9/7). 2007: Played in all 19 games with eight starts… Sixth on team in scoring with two goals and two assists for six points… Scored unassisted goal against Tennessee Tech. 2006: Played in all 21 games, making 19 starts... Named to A-Sun All-Freshman Team... Scored game-winner against Embry-Riddle (10/29)... Put in first career goal against Lipscomb (10/6). High School: Prepped at Evangelical Christian for Matt Coleman... Set school record for single season goals (38) and assists (11)... Named team MVP... Earned first-team All-Area and All-State mention... Also chosen as MVP for basketball team. Personal: Majoring in English... Daughter of Rhonda and Eric Berg... Born July 21, 1988 in Baltimore, Md... After graduation Heather would love to follow her dreams in the music industry or be a journalist for a music or a fashion magazine. Berg’s Career Stats Year GP Sh G A Pts 2006 21 32 2 3 7 2007 19 21 2 2 6 2008 19 35 2 1 5 Totals 59 88 6 6 18

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THE 2009 SENIORS Elise Ketcham Defender 5-3 Sr Deltona, Fla./Deltona HS

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2008: Started and played in 18 games as a junior... The anchor of the back line for the Hatters... Picked up her first career point with an assist in 2-1 win at USC-Upstate (10/26)... Career-high three shots... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the third straight year. 2007: Played in all 19 games with 18 starts anchoring the backfield… Picked up a pair of shots… Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors. 2006: Made 15 starts and played in 19 matches as a freshman... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Prepped for Ken Kirsh at Deltona High School... Served as team captain her junior and senior years... Earned Orlando Sentinel and Daytona Beach News-Journal first-team honors... Graduated suma cum laude. Personal: Daughter of Paul and Nenita Ketcham... Born Aug. 4, 1988 in New Jersey... Majoring in General Business. Ketcham’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2006 19 0 2007 19 2 2008 18 3 Totals 56 5

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G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 1 1

Pts 0 0 1 1

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Danielle Sefczek

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Midfielder 5-6 Sr Bradenton, Fla./St. Stephen’s Episcopal

2008: Played in two games for the Hatters as a junior... Played against Mercer (9/26) as well as in the team’s 5-1 win over Jacksonville (10/10)... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the third consecutive year. 2007: Played in six games as a sophomore… Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic honors. 2006: Saw action in six matches and took one shot. High School: Prepped at St. Stephen’s Episcopal for Bill Unzicker... Served as co-captain... Led her team to a regional semi-finals appearance... Earned all-state mention and state all-star honors... Member of the honor role. Personal: Daughter of Bob and Donna Sefczek... Born Nov. 13, 1987 in Pittsburgh, Pa.... Majoring in Elementary Education. Sefczek’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2006 6 1 2007 6 0 2008 2 0 Totals 14 1

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

THE 2009 SENIORS Emily Ware

Emily Yero

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2008: Played in all 19 games with 17 starts... Tied for second on the team in goals scored (3) and points (6)... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Lipscomb (10/19)... Scored a pair of goals in the 3-2 home win over Kennesaw State (9/28). 2007: Played in 17 games with 14 starts as a sophomore… Scored one goal and picked up a pair of assists… Scored the team’s lone goal in the 2-1 A-Sun tournament loss to ETSU… Assisted on winning goal in win at JU. 2006: Saw action in 20 matches, making one start... Scored first career goal in 2-0 win over LaSalle (9/3)... Assisted on game-winning goal vs. Belmont (10/8). High School: Played for Ernie Whalen at Osceola High School... Chosen as team MVP four times... Also lettered in swimming and tennis... Named Academic All-America. Personal: Daughter of Steven Collins and Sheryl Ware... Born Aug. 2, 1987 in St. Petersburg, Fla.... Majoring in Sociology. Ware’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2006 20 6 2007 17 18 2008 19 18 Totals 56 42

G 1 1 3 5

A 1 2 0 3

Pts 3 4 6 13

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Midfielder 5-10 Sr Orlando, Fla./Orangewood Christian

Midfielder 5-5 Sr St. Petersburg, Fla./Osceola HS

2008: Played in 17 games with 15 starts... Was forced to sit two games due to injury... Tied for 6th on team in scoring with four points... Scored the game-winning goal against Kennesaw State (9/28)... Picked up assists vs. NC State (9/7) and Lipscomb (10/19)... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the third consecutive season. 2007: Played in all 19 games with 18 starts… Third on team in scoring with 10 points… Second with five goals… Scored winning goals vs. Campbell and JU… Named to the A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team. 2006: Saw action in 12 matches, making five starts... Took four shots, all on goal... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Prepped at Orangewood Christian for Luke Butler and Jim Reynolds... Helped her team to a state championship appearance as well as district and regional titles... Four-year team captain... Received first-team all-state honors... Named first-team all-Central Florida... Earned Final Four Sportsmanship Award... President of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Efren and Debbie Yero... Born Aug. 3, 1988 in Winter Park, Fla.... Majoring in Biology. Yero’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2006 12 4 2007 19 25 2008 17 21 Totals 48 50

G 0 5 1 6

A 0 0 2 2

Pts 0 10 4 14

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T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Rachel Ra chel Allen

Katie Bitetto

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2008: Did not see action her sophomore season... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second straight season. 2007: Did not see action as a freshman… Was named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. High School: Played club for Marvin Wheeler and Brad Boyle with Team Boca... Also lettered in cross country and lacrosse... Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Ray and Connie Allen... Born July 16, 1989 in West Palm Beach, Fla.... Majoring in English at Stetson... Father played college baseball at Belmont Abbey. Allen’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2006 0 0 2007 0 0 Totals 0 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

2008: Played in all 19 games with 10 starts as a sophomore... Tied for sixth on team in scoring with four points... Scored her goal in 2-1 win at USC-Upstate (10/26)... Picked up assists against USF (9/11) and Jacksonville (10/10)... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second time in two chances. 2007: Played in 19 games with six starts as a freshman… Tied for second on team in assists with three… Scored goal in 3-0 win over Tennessee Tech… Named to the A-Sun All-Academic Team. High School: Played for Ashley Nosse at Mandarin High School... Second team all-state as a senior... Led team to three conference championships and three district championships... Named AllConference and All-District all four years... Named District 1-6A Player of the Year as a sophomore... Led team in goals and assists all four years, finishing with 61 goals and 51 assists... Made 96 consecutive starts. Personal: Daughter of Carl and Barbara Bitetto... Born Mar. 2, 1989 in Jacksonville, Fla… Majoring in Health Science at Stetson. Bitetto’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2007 19 10 2008 19 12 Totals 38 22

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MF/Forward 5-6 Jr Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin HS

Goalkeeper 5-7 Jr Lake Worth, Fla./Cardinal Newman HS

G 1 1 2

A 3 2 5

Pts 5 4 9

T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Cassandra Corbyons

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Defender 5-7 Jr-R DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS (Winthrop)

2008: Forced to sit out the 2008 season due to her ACL injury. Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive year. 2007: After suffering an ACL injury Corbyons sat out her first season at Stetson… Earned A-Sun All-Academic honors. Winthrop: Played in two matches before redshirting. High School: Team captain at DeLand High School for two years... Played for head coach Allen Mandell... Named Daytona Beach News-Journal Girls Athlete of the Year (2006) and Orlando Sentinel Volusia County Girls Athlete of the Year (2006)... Led Stetson Futbol Association club team to Florida Region Cup... Also lettered in track and cross country... Graduated suma cum laude. Personal: Daughter of Thomas and Marian Corbyons... Born August 11, 1988 in Daytona Beach, Fla.... Majoring in Political Science and International Studies. Corbyons’ Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2008 0 0 0

A 0

Pts 0

Andrea Garavaglia

00

Goalkeeper 5-10 Jr Webster Groves, Mo./Nerinx Hall

2008: Played and started in 18 games as a sophomore... Fifth in the A-Sun in GAA at 1.37... Tied for 4th in shutouts with four... Seventh in saves with 4.17 per game... Shutouts came against Florida Atlantic (9/19), Liberty (9/21), Campbell (10/4) and Lipscomb (10/19)... Named Academic AllConference for the second straight year. 2007: Started all 19 games as a freshman… Earned shutouts against Tennessee Tech, JU, and Lipscomb… Her three shutouts place her fourth all-time for Hatters in that category… Picked up an assist in the season-opening win over Presbyterian… Named to the A-Sun All-Academic Team. High School: Played for Brian Haddock at Nerinx Hall High School... Led team to Top 10 national ranking... Won District Championship .. Posted lowest GAA in the city... Played club soccer for Metro Strikers... Also lettered in basketball all four years... Member of National Honor Society... Earned 1st Academic Honors and Leadership Award. Personal: Daughter of Mary and John Garavaglia... Born Feb. 14, 1989 in St. Louis, Mo.... Majoring in Psychology. Garavaglia’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Minutes Saves GA GAA Sho W-L-T 2007 19/19 1741 69 31 1.60 3 8-10-1 2008 18/18 1643 75 25 1.37 4 3-6-2 Totals 37/37 3384 144 56 1.49 7 11-16-3

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T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Tessa Gavilsky Gavilsky MF/Forward 5-8 Jr Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

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2008: Named the A-Sun’s Offensive Player of the Year... First Team All-Conference... A-Sun Offensive Player of the Week twice (9/14 and 10/13)... Led the conference in scoring with 29 points... Tied for first in the league in goals with 11...Tied for third in assists with seven... First-ever Offensive POY at Stetson... Ranked #40 in the nation in scoring... Scored game-winning goals in back-to-back games at Campbell (10/4) and vs. JU (10/10)... Scored two goals in 3-2 win over Embry-Riddle (9/14)... Scored a goal and dished out 2 assists in win over Florida Atlantic (9/19). 2007: Named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team… Second on the team in scoring with five goals and five assists for 15 points… Scored winning goal in 1-0 double overtime win over Lipscomb… Picked up a goal and an assist at home against ETSU. High School: Named Gatorade’s Illinois State Player of the Year and Belleville News-Democrat’s Player of the Year... Named All-State in 2006 & 2007... NSCAA High School All American in 2007... As senior led team to school-best 22-2-3 record... Led school to state semi-finals each of her last three years... Scored 23 goals with 22 assists her senior year... Finished high school career with 57 goals and 66 assists... Was an all-conference performer in basketball and tennis and played volleyball for one year. Personal: Daughter of Larry and Cindy Gavilsky... Born June 20, 1989 in Clayton, Mo.... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson. Gavilsky’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2007 18 29 2008 19 70 Totals 37 99

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G 5 11 16

A 5 7 12

Kristen Higel

Pts 15 29 44

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Defender 5-10 Jr St. Augustine, Fla./Bartram Trail HS

2008: Played in 16 games with 11 starts as a sophomore... A strong presence in the Hatters’ backfield... Scored her first career goal in 5-1 win over Jacksonville (10/10)... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors. 2007: Played in 10 games with one start as a freshman… High School: Played for Joe Lay at Bartram Trails HS... Two-time All-Conference selection and an All-County honoree as a senior... Graduated cum laude and was American Youth Character Award recipient as junior and senior. Personal: Daughter of Bob and Lee Anne Higel... Born Sept. 21, 1988 in Clearwater, Fla.... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson. Higel’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2007 10 1 2008 16 4 Totals 26 5

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 2 2

T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Kate Matthews

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Defender 5-6 Jr Blacksburg, Va./Blacksburg HS

2008: Played in one game for the Hatters as a sophomore... Saw action in the 3-0 home win over Florida Atlantic... Earned Academic AllConference honors for the second straight year. 2007: Played in 13 of 19 games as a freshman at Stetson… Picked up three shots, two of which were on goal… Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. High School: Played for David Burch at Blacksburg HS... Led team to district and region championships... Named First Team All-District and Third Team All-Region... Also lettered in swimming, cross country, and tennis. Personal: Daughter of Tim and Londa Matthews... Born Feb. 15 1989 in Blacksburg, Va.... Majoring in Finance. Matthews’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2007 13 3 2008 1 0 Totals 14 3

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Caitlin Peterson Goalkeeper 5-7 Jr Ocala, Fla./Vanguard HS

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2008: The primary backup keeper she played in two games as a sophomore... Started the first game of the season against the University of Miami... Also saw action playing 22 minutes at North Carolina State... Finished with seven saves... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second time in two years. 2007: Played 23 minutes in two games as a freshman at Stetson… Combined with Garavaglia for a team shutout in 4-0 win over USC Upstate… Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference AllAcademic Team. High School: Played for Ron Boddy, Fulton Gomez, and Ray Moore at Vanguard HS... Named Second Team All-Area... Recorded 222 saves junior year... Member of National Honor Sociey and a National Merit Scholar. Personal: Daughter of Gwen and John Peterson... born Dec. 27, 1988 in Ocala, Fla.... Majoring in Biology (Pre-Veterinary Medicine). Peterson’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Minutes Saves 2007 2/0 23 0 2008 2/1 112 7 Totals 4/1 135 7

GA 0 5 5

GAA 0.00 4.03 3.33

Sho W-L-T 0 0-0-0 0 0-1-0 0 0-1-0

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2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Natalie Simon

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Forward 5-5 Jr Lauderhill, Fla./Fort Lauderdale HS

2008: Played in 14 games with 11 starts as a sophomore... Assisted on the team’s only goal in 4-1 loss to UNC-Greensboro (9/5), it was the first assist of her career... Earned Academic AllConference honors for the second consecutive season. 2007: Played in 11 games as a freshman… Scored an unassisted goal in 2-1 loss at Florida International… Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. High School: Played for Randy Weis at Ft. Lauderdale High School... All-State selection in 2007... Also named BCAA All Star... Scored 21 goals in her high school career... Earned Scholar-Athlete Award... Participated in volleyball, tennis and track & field. Personal: Daughter of Vincent and Aline R.S. Flegeance... Born Aug. 29, 1989 in New Iberia, La.... Majoring in Business Administration. Simon’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2007 11 1 2008 14 2 Totals 25 3

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G 1 0 1

A 0 1 1

Pts 2 1 3

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Alexis Hermosa Defender/MF 5-3 So Orlando, Fla./Trinity Prep

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2008: Was voted to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team... Played and started in 18 games as a freshman... A toughdefender, she also scored a goal and had 15 shots on the offensive end of the field... Scored her first career goal in the final regular season game at Florida Gulf Coast (11/1)... Registered three shots in tie with Liberty (9/21). High School: Graduated from Trinity Preparatory High School in Winter Park, Fla…. Named the Gatorade Rookie of the Year in 2004-05… Earned MVP honors as a senior… Led team to runner-up finish in 3-A District Tournament… Won the Tech Theater II Award in 2006. Personal: Daughter of Patricia and Edward Hermosa of Orlando, Fla… Born February 1, 1991 in Orlando… Undecided on a major at Stetson. Hermosa’s Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2008 18 15 1

A 0

Pts 2

T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Courtney Jenista

Samantha Jones

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Defender/MF 5-4 So DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

Forward 5-6 So Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic

2008: Played in 18 games with 10 starts as a freshman... Picked up her first career assist in 3-2 win over Embry-Riddle (9/14)... Has two shots in a game twice (9/21 vs. Liberty and 10/10 vs. Jacksonville)... Was named to the A-Sun AllAcademic Team. High School: Earned four varsity letters in soccer… 115 goals and 27 assists… Led team to District Championship and Regional Finals… Earned Golden Boot Award three years… Most Valuable Offensive Player, Pensacola News Journal All-Area First team as a sophomore, junior and senior… Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner… Pensacola Scholar Athlete Award winner… U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award winner. Personal: Daughter of Cindy and John Jenista of Pensacola, Fla…. Born October 29, 1990 in San Diego, California… Majoring in Biology. Jenista’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 18 5

G 0

A 1

8

2008: Did not see action her freshman season. High School: A four-year varsity player in soccer and a Team Captain as a junior and senior… Played every minute of every game as a junior… Team MVP, State Farm Sportsmanship Award and Second Team All-Area as a jr… Twice named the I.B. Student of the Month… A member of the Honor Roll. Personal: Daughter of Deb and Rob Jones of Lake Helen, Fla…. Born November 3, 1989 in Fredricksburg, Virginia… Majoring in Health Science at Stetson. Jones’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 0 0

G 0

A 0

Pts 0

Pts 1

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T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Lindsa Lind sayy Jowers

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Defender 5-8 So-R Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek HS

2008: Was redshirted in 2008... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive year. 2007: Was redshirted last year as a freshman… Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. High School: Played for Carl Smith at Spruce Creek High School... Named All-Area each of her last three years... Led school to state playoffs all four years as a starting Defender ... Teams went 73-17-8 in her career... Served as team captain... Scored 23 goals and distributed 13 assists in high school career... Was a four-year Honor Roll student. Personal: Daughter of Buddy and Doris Jowers ... Born Dec. 26, 1988 in Daytona Beach, Fla.... Majoring in Rehabilitative Studies. Jowers’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 0 0

14

G 0

A 0

Pts 0

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Jennifer Rinaberger

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Midfielder 5-3 So Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS

2008: Did not see action her freshman season... Earned Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Played for Coach Dave Silverberg… Helped team to a 22-6-2 record, District 4A Championship, Regional Championship and State 4A title… Scored one goal and dished out seven assists… Won the Heart Award and the Academic Achievement Award… Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Jeanne Rinaberger of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla…. Born November 14, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri… Majoring in Finance at Stetson. Rinaberger’s Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2008 0 0 0

A 0

Pts 0

T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Sarah Rodriguez MF/Forward 4-11 So Deltona, Fla/DeLand HS

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2008: Played in 11 games as a freshman... Scored her first career goal and had two shots in a 1-1 tie at USF (9/11). High School: Started every game in all four years on the team… Was the team’s leading scorer as a senior… Fourth all-time in career assists… First Team All-Area in 2006 and 2008… Second Team All-Area in 2005 and 2007… 2005 Newcomer of the Year… Led team to runner up finish in 2005 District Tournament… An International Baccalaureate Student. Personal: Daughter of Patricia and Ralph Rodriguez of Deltona, Fla…. Born June 18, 1990 in Chicago, Ill…. Majoring in Management at Stetson. Rodriguez’ Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2008 11 5 1

A 0

Pts 2

Crossley Simmons

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Midfielder 5-5 So Winfield, IL/St. Francis Prep HS

2008: Played in 18 games with eight starts as a freshman... Tied for second on the team in goals with three and scoring with six points... Scored the game-winning goal at USC-Upstate (10/26)... Scored first career goal against Florida Atlantic (9/19)... Also picked up a goal vs. Jacksonville (10/10)... Four shots in 1-1 tie at USF... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Four year starter on the varsity team… Was the team captain and team MVP in 2007 and 2008… Named All-Conference two years and Academic All-Conference three years… Daily Herald All-Area First Team as a senior… Led team to conference championship in 2008… IHSSCA All-Sectional team in 2006 and 2007… A current Illinois State record holder in power lifting. Personal: Daughter of Allison and Charlie Simmons of Winfield, Ill…. Born March 19, 1990 in Nashville, Tennessee… Undecided on a major at Stetson. Simmons’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 18 16

G 3

A 0

Pts 6

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2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Samantha Snyder

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Midfielder 5-1 So Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS

2008: Played in 16 games with 6 starts as a freshman... Scored her first career goal which was the game-winner vs. Embry-Riddle (9/14)... Had four shots in the Embry-Riddle game... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Graduated from Allen D. Nease High School in Ponte Vedra, Fla…. Played for Coach Dave Silverberg… Helped team to a 22-6-2 record, District 4A Championship, Regional Championship and State 4A title… Scored seven goals and had five assists in 21 games as a senior… Team Captain and MVP sophomore season… Earned four academic letters and finished school with a 4.5 GPA… Also played four years on the golf team. Personal: Daughter of RoseMary and Edward Snyder of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla…. Born June 27, 1990 in Brooklyn, New York… Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson. Snyder’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 16 5

16

G 1

A 0

Pts 2

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Christina Cromwell

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Defender 5-8 Fr Cary N.C./Cardinal Gibbons HS

High School: Graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, North Carolina... Played for Head Coach Michele Miller... Helped lead team to 2A State Championship in 2007, as well as conference titles in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009... Earned All-Conference honors in 2007, All-Region in 2009, and was named Most Improved Player in 2006... Member of the National Honor Society, as well as the A/B Honor Roll. Personal: Daughter of Lois and Larry Cromwell of Cary, NC... Born August 28, 1991 in Mountain View, California... Majoring in Health Science at Stetson.

T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Kassandra Hartwick

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Midfielder 5-6 Fr Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

High School: Graduated from Granite City High School in Granite City, Illinois... Earned four varsity letters in soccer and three in volleyball... Was All-Conference in 2008 and 2009, All-State in 2009, and Defensive MVP in 2009... Helped her team win three Southwestern Conference titles and the team finished second in the state in 2007... Team Captain of the soccer and volleyball teams in 2009... Member of the National Honor Society and the Renaissance Steering Committee. Personal: Daughter of Sandra Dietz and Perry Hartwick... Born February 27, 1991 in Granite City... Chose Stetson because it is a perfect fit athletically and academically... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

Kristen Mueller Defender 5-8 Fr DeLand, Fla./Mainland HS

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High School: Graduated fromMainland High School in Daytona Beach, Flaorida... Played for Head Coach James Harden... Helped lead team to District Runner Up finish and received the Coach’s Award her freshman season... Voted the Player’s Award as a sophomore... Was named Honorable mention All-County her first three years... As a senior she finished with 12 goals and 22 assists... Also played flag football in high school... Was on the President’s Honor Roll all four years and earned Academic Achievement status from Daytona State College in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Timothy and Michelle Mueller of DeLand, Florida... Born November 7, 1990 in Chesapeake, Virginia... Although undecided,

2009 WOMEN’S SOCCER

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T H E 2 0 0 9 H AT T E R S Mackenzie Roy Defender 5-4 Fr DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

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High School: Graduated from DeLand High School in DeLand, Florida... A four-year letter winner in high school under head coach Allen Mandel... Was an honor roll student and a member of the IB program... Also played club soccer for the Deltona Bulldogs where she was the team captain... The team won nearly all its games. Personal: Daughter of Lisa and Kevin Roy...Born October 2, 1990 in Winterpark, Florida... Chose Stetson because it is a great school and close to home... Undecided on a major at Stetson.

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Laura Seletos Goalkeeper 5-8 Fr New Port Richey, Fla./Mitchell HS

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High School: Graduated from J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Florida... A four-year starting goalkeeper for the soccer team... Helped lead team in conference championship all four years.. 15-1-3 record, District Champions and Region Runner-Up ďŹ nish in 2008... First Team all-County in 2007 and 2009, Second team in 2008... All-Conference in 2007, 2008 and 2009... Varsity Team Captain in 2008 and 2009... Career 0.74 GAA with 277 saves and 32 shutouts... Also earned varsity letter in track and ďŹ eld... Graduated Magna Cum Laude, 2008 Pasco County Scholar Athlete Award, National Honor Society, 2009 Outstanding Senior Award, Defensive Player of the Year. Personal: Daughter of Sam and Beth Seletos of New Port Richey, Florida... Born December 11, 1990 in Tampa, Florida... Majoring in Computer Information Systems at Stetson.

2008 SEASON REVIEW 2008 Individual Statistics # Name GP-GS G 2 GAVILSKY, Tessa 19-19 11 19 WARE, Emily 19-17 3 12 SIMMONS, Crossley 18-8 3 11 BERG, Heather 19-18 2 13 KIEDIS, Bethany 19-17 1 18 YERO, Emily 17-15 1 22 BITETTO, Katie 19-10 1 7 HERMOSA, Alexis 18-18 1 16 SNYDER, Samantha 16-6 1 10 RODRIGUEZ, Sarah 11-0 1 14 HIGEL, Kristen 16-11 1 15 JENISTA, Courtney 18-10 0 5 KETCHAM, Elise 18-18 0 20 SIMON, Natalie 14-11 0 29 CHING, Frances 13-0 0 28 LOVEJOY, Christina 13-0 0 23 COLLANGE, Cleo 2-0 0 8 SWEENEY, Rachel 16-1 0 4 WEBB, Stephanie 6-0 0 32 PETERSON, Caitlin 2-1 0 26 SALFER-HOBBS, Mary 1-0 0 24 MATTHEWS, Kate 1-0 0 21 AGRANOFF, Jenny 14-10 0 17 SEFCZEK, Danielle 2-0 0 9 ISLEY, Sarah 14-1 0 1 TURNBULL, Sarah 1-0 0 00 GARAVAGLIA, Andrea 18-18 0 Total 19 26 Opponents 19 30

A 7 0 0 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 25

Pts 29 6 6 5 5 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 85

Sh Shot% SOG 70 .157 41 18 .167 12 16 .188 11 35 .057 16 3 .333 2 21 .048 11 12 .083 5 15 .067 6 5 .200 1 5 .200 3 4 .250 3 5 .000 2 3 .000 2 2 .000 1 3 .000 1 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 221 .118 117 243 .123 118

SOG% .586 .667 .688 .457 .667 .524 .417 .400 .200 .600 .750 .400 .667 .500 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .529 .486

GW 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 10

PK-ATT 0-0 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 0-1 2-2

2008 Results Overall: 7-10-2 Home: 5-3-1 Date Aug 24 Aug 29 Sep 5 Sep 7 Sep 11 Sep 14 Sep 19 Sep 21 Sep 26 Sep 28 Oct 4 Oct 10 Oct 12 Oct 17 Oct 19 Oct 24 Oct 26 Nov 1 Nov 5

A-Sun: 5-5-0 Away: 2-5-0

Neutral:0-2-0

Opponent Result Score Attend at Miami L 0-3 218 HARTFORD L 0-1 274 vs. UNC Greensboro^ L 1-4 132 at NC State^ L 2-3 489 at USF T 1-1 1217 EMBRY-RIDDLE W 3-2 315 FLORIDA ATLANTIC W 3-0 347 LIBERTY T 0-0 262 MERCER* L 0-3 315 KENNESAW STATE* W 3-2 245 at Campbell* W 1-0 214 JACKSONVILLE* W 5-1 235 at UNF* L 1-2 (OT) 320 BELMONT* L 1-2 245 LIPSCOMB* W 2-0 368 at ETSU* L 0-1 237 at USC Upstate* W 2-1 164 at FGCU* L 1-2 155 vs. #3 Belmont# L 0-2 356

ALL CAPS - Home match *A-Sun match # A-Sun Tournament match ^ NC State Tournament

2008 Goaltending Statistics # Name 00 GARAVAGLIA, Andrea 32 PETERSON, Caitlin TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP-GS Minutes GA 18-18 1643:41 25 2-1 111:33 5 0:00 0 19 1755:14 30 19 1755:14 26

Avg Saves Pct 1.37 75 .750 4.03 7 .583 0.00 6 1.000 1.54 88 .746 1.33 91 .778

W L 3 6 0 1 0 0 3 7 7 3

T Sho Shots 2 4.0 209 0 0.0 26 0 0.0 0 2 4 235 2 6 220

2008 Statistics Breakdown By Period GOALS Stetson Opponents SHOTS Stetson Opponents SAVES Stetson Opponents CORNER KICKS Stetson Opponents

1ST 13 13

2ND 13 16

OT 0 1

OT2 0 0

TOTALS 26 30

90 119

121 116

6 3

4 5

221 243

37 35

48 49

1 4

2 3

88 91

30 39

38 41

2 2

0 0

70 82

A-Sun

Teams W L T Pct. Mercer 7 2 1 .750 Kennesaw State 6 2 2 .700 Belmont 6 3 1 .650 FGCU^ 5 2 3 .650 Jacksonville 6 4 0 .600 ETSU 5 4 1 .550 Stetson 5 5 0 .500 UNF^ 3 6 1 .350 Campbell 3 6 1 .350 Lipscomb 2 6 2 .300 USC-Upstate^ 1 9 0 .100 ^- Not eligible for postseason during reclassifying years

Overall

2008 Atlantic Sun Conference Results W 11 11 13 10 9 7 7 6 5 4 3

L 5 4 7 4 9 9 10 11 10 13 16

T 4 5 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 0

Pct. .650 .675 .659 .676 .500 .444 .421 .368 .361 .275 .157

Andrea Garavaglia

2008 Game Highs STETSON Points........................ 12 .......................vs JU (10/10) Goals ......................... 5 ........................vs JU (10/10) Assists ....................... 3 ........ vs Embry-Riddle (9/14) Shots......................... 21 ................. vs. Liberty (9/24) Shots On Goal .......... 11 .......................vs JU (10/10) Saves ........................ 14 ............... vs. NC State (9/7) Corner Kicks ............ 12 ...........vs. Lipscomb (10/19) Fouls ................................. 19 ......... vs Kennesaw State (9/28) OPPONENTS Points........................ 12 ..vs. UNC Greensboro (9/5) Goals ......................... 4 ...vs. UNC Greensboro (9/5) Assists ....................... 4 ..........................Three times Shots......................... 18 ....................at Miami (9/21) Shots On Goal.......... 25 .................at NC State (9/7) Saves ......................... 8 ..........................Three times Corner Kicks ............. 9 ................. vs. Mercer (9/26) .................................... 9 .....................at Miami (8/24) Fouls ......................... 23 ...... at USC Upstate (10/26)

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2008 SEASON REVIEW 2008 Atlantic Sun All-Conference FIRST TEAM POS. NAME SCHOOL GK Jean Worts Mercer D Heather Manting Mercer D Kacie Hudson Mercer D Jessica Kalonji Kennesaw State D Jessica Rix Belmont MF Amber McCall FGCU MF Meghan Castaldo Mercer MF Beth Meadors Kennesaw State F Tessa Gavilsky Stetson F Rachel Baer Kennesaw State F Keri Zwikker Jacksonville SECOND TEAM GK Katie Shelton Lipscomb D Bridget Gaughan Kennesaw State D KC Correllus FGCU D Elizabeth Gowan UNF MF Olivia Tucker Mercer MF Jessica Hurtado Jacksonville MF Kelly Brinkman ETSU F Lindsay Haw FGCU F Jordan Monty ETSU F Katelin Swift UNF F Annie Musacchio Belmont ATLANTIC SUN ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM GK Sari Lin Belmont D KC Correllus FGCU MF Olga Ekblom Campbell D Jessica Hurtado Jacksonville MF Alexis Hermosa Stetson D Jamie Loftis Belmont GK Megan Masch ETSU MF Ali Meek Mercer GK Stephanie Powers FGCU F Katie Scott Kennesaw State MF Olivia Tucker Mercer F Brittany Vining Kennesaw State Player of the Year: Tessa Gavilsky, Stetson Def. Player of the Year: Heather Manting, Mercer Freshman of the Year: Olivia Tucker, Mercer Coach of the Year: Grant Serafy, Mercer

2008 Hatters POW Tessa Gavilsky (Offensive) ........................9/14/08 Tessa Gavilsky (Offensive) ......................10/13/08

2008 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship November 5-8, Kennesaw, Ga. Tournament Results Wednesday, November 5 - First Round #4 Jacksonville 1 vs. #5 ETSU 1 (JU in PK’s) #3 Belmont 2 vs. #6 Stetson 0 Thursday, November 6 - Semifinals #1 Mercer 2 vs. #4 JU 0 #2 KSU 3 vs. #3 Belmont 3 (Belmont in PK’s) Saturday, November 8 - Finals #1 Mercer 0 vs. #3 Belmont 0 (Belmont in PK’s)

All-Tournament Team Annie Musacchio .....................................Belmont Marcela Sanchez .....................................Belmont Erica Carter .............................................Belmont Jessica Rix ..............................................Belmont Olivia Tucker ..............................................Mercer Meghan Castaldo ......................................Mercer Heather Manting ........................................Mercer Rachel Baer, ...............................Kennesaw State Jean Worts ................................................Mercer Jessica Hurtado ................................ Jacksonville Tournament MVP ...................... Sari Lin, Belmont

Hatters Among 2008 A-Sun Leaders

All-Time Coaching Records Year ........................ Coach .................. Record 1993 ......................Bob Wilson ................ 3-12-0 1994 ......................Bob Wilson ................ 8-10-1 1995 ......................Bob Wilson .................. 8-8-1 1996 ......................Bob Wilson ................ 12-8-0 1997 ......................Bob Wilson ................ 2-12-2 1998 ......................Bob Wilson ................ 4-14-0 1999 ......................Bob Wilson ................ 7-13-1 2000 ......................Bob Wilson .................7-11-1 Wilson Totals .......... 8 years ................. 51-88-6 2001 ....................Julie Orlowski .............. 4-13-0 2002 ....................Julie Orlowski ...............6-11-0 2003 ....................Julie Orlowski ...............11-7-3 2004 ....................Julie Orlowski ................ 5-6-5 2005 ....................Julie Orlowski ...............9-11-1 2006 ....................Julie Orlowski .............. 12-8-1 2007 ....................Julie Orlowski .............. 8-10-1 2008 ....................Julie Orlowski .............. 7-10-2 Orlowski Totals ........ 8 years ............... 62-76-13 Totals .....................16 years ...........113-164-19

INDIVIDUALS Shots (2nd) Tessa Gavilsky ......................................... 70 Shots per Game (3rd) Tessa Gavilsky ....................................... 3.68 Points (1st) Tessa Gavilsky .......................................... 29 Points per Game (1st) Tessa Gavilsky ....................................... 1.53 Goals (1st tie) Tessa Gavilsky...................................... 11 Goals Per Game (2nd) Tessa Gavilsky ...................................... 0.58 Assists (3rd tie) Tessa Gavilsky ....................................... 7 Assists Per Game (3rd) Tessa Gavilsky ....................................... 0.37 Saves (7th) Andrea Garavaglia .................................... 70 Saves Per Game (8th) Andrea Garavaglia ................................. 4.17 Shutouts (4th tie) Andrea Garavaglia ................................. 4 Goals Against Average (5th) Andrea Garavaglia ................................. 1.37 TEAM Shots ......................... 2nd ............................... 281 Points ........................ 4th.................................. 98 Goals ......................... 4th.................................. 33 Goals Per Game ........ 4th............................... 1.74 Assists ....................... 4th.................................. 32 Assists Per Game ...... 4th............................... 1.68 Goals Allowed ............ 6th.................................. 31 Goals Against Avg ..... 5th............................... 1.58 Saves ....................... 10th................................. 69 Shutouts .................... 6th.................................... 4 Corner Kicks .............. 7th.................................. 80

The Last Time A Hatter...

2008 Stetson Academic All-Conference Honorees Jenny Agranoff Rachel Allen Katie Bitetto Cleo Collange C. Corbyons Andrea Garavaglia Kristen Higel Sarah Isley

Lindsay Jowers Elise Ketcham Bethany Kiedis Kate Matthews Caitlin Peterson Jenn. Rinaberger Mary Salfer-Hobbs Danielle Sefczek

Crossley Simmons Natalie Simon Samantha Snyder Rachel Sweeney Sarah Turnbull Stephanie Webb Emily Yero

Scored 3 goals ...........................................................................Jennifer Colley vs Troy State (10/12/03) Recorded 3 assists ......................................................................Carrie Lorenz vs Troy State (10/12/03) Recorded 10 or more shots .......................................................... Emma Astrom vs Belmont (10/28/02) Recorded 20 or more saves .................................................Genevieve Roy vs South Florida (9/12/99) Recorded 15 or more saves ................................................ Genevieve Roy vs East Carolina (9/19/99) Recorded 10 or more saves .............................................. (11) April Eilering at Florida State (10/11/06) Recorded back-to-back shutouts.....Andrea Garavaglia vs FL Atlantic (9/19/08) & vs Liberty (9/21/08) Scored two goals in under a minute ........... Jennifer Colley vs Troy State, 17:39 and 18:29 (10/12/03)

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Tessa Gavilsky

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Scored 10 or more goals ................................................................. vs South Carolina State (10/15/02) Scored 8 goals ...................................................................................................vs Troy State (10/12/03) Recorded 7 assists ............................................................................................vs Troy State (10/12/03) Recorded 20 or more shots on goal ........................................................... (21) vs Lipscomb (10/6/06) Recorded 20 or more saves .........................................................................vs South Florida (9/12/99) Recorded 15 or more saves ........................................................................vs East Carolina (10/19/99) Recorded back-to-back shutouts................................... vs FL Atlantic (9/19/08) & vs Liberty (9/21/08) Scored two goals in under a minute vs Troy State, 72:46-L. Karcinski & 73:28-C. Crevatin (10/12/03)

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RECORDS & HISTORY Individual Career Leaders

Hatters in the A-Sun Record Book

Team Single Season Records

POINTS 1. 70 .............. Kristy Porcelli ................1996-99 2. 59 ............... Melissa This ................1994-97 3. 53 ............... Sarah Stock .................2003-07 4. 50 ..............Emma Astrom ................2000-03 5. 46 .............. Carrie Lorenz ................2001-04 6. 44 ............ Tessa Gavilsky .....2007-present 7. 42 ............ Melissa Streeter ..............1993-96 GOALS 1. 27 .............. Kristy Porcelli ................1996-99 2. 25 ............... Melissa This ................1994-97 3. 22 ............... Sarah Stock .................2003-07 4. 17 .............. Carrie Lorenz ................2001-04 5. 16 ..............Emma Astrom ................2000-03 5. 16 ............ Melissa Streeter ..............1993-96 5. 16 ............ Tessa Gavilsky .....2007-present ASSISTS 1. 18 ..............Emma Astrom ................2000-03 2. 16 .............. Kristy Porcelli ................1996-99 3. 13 .............. Kelly Cashion ................1993-96 4. 12 .............. Carrie Lorenz ................2001-04 5. 12 ............ Tessa Gavilsky .....2008-present 6. 10 ............ Melissa Streeter .............1993-96 SAVES 1. 528 .............Genevieve Roy ...........1997-2000 2. 360 ...............April Eilering .................2003-06 3. 334 ................ Sylvia Vigil ..................1993-96 4. 144 ......... Andrea Garavaglia ..2007-present 5. 120 ............Christa Kennon ...............2001-02 6. 72 ...........Jessica Ruekberg .................. 1995 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 1.03 ..............April Eilering .................2003-05 2. 1.93 .............Genevieve Roy ...........1997-2000 3. 1.49 .........Andrea GAravaglia ..2007-present 4. 2.32 ...............Julie Wagner .................1994-97 5. 2.48 ................ Sylvia Vigil ..................1993-96 6. 3.20 ............Christa Kennon ...............2001-02 SHUTOUTS 1. 29 ...............April Eilering .................2003-06 2. 17 .............Genevieve Roy ...........1997-2000 3. 7 ................ Sylvia Vigil .................1993-96 3. 7 ......... Andrea Garavaglia ..2007-Present 5. 3 .............Christa Kennon ...............2001-02

SEASON SAVES 8. 154 ...............Genevieve Roy .................. 1999 CAREER SAVES 2. 528 ...............Genevieve Roy .........1997-2000 6. 360 .................April Eilering ...............2003-06 7. 345 .................. Sylvia Vigil ................1993-96 LOWEST SEASON GAA 8. 0.78 ................April Eilering .................... 2003 LOWEST CAREER GAA 7. 1.03 ................April Eilering ...............2003-06 SEASON SHUTOUTS T7. 9 ...................April Eilering .................... 2003 T7. 9 ...................April Eilering .................... 2006 CAREER SHUTOUTS 1. 29 ...................April Eilering ...............2003-06 10. 17 ...............Genevieve Roy .........1997-2000

WINS .................................... 12 .................. 1996 CONSECUTIVE WINS .......... 6 ................... 2003 ............................................... 6 ................... 1996 LOSSES ............................... 14 .................. 1998 WIN PERCENTAGE ...... .600 (12-8) . 1996, 2006 POINTS ............................... 106 ................. 2003 GOALS ................................. 34 .................. 2003 ASSISTS .............................. 32 .................. 2007 GOALS AGAINST AVG. ....0.97 ................ 2004 SHUTOUTS .......................... 10 .................. 2006 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED .. 17 .................. 2004 SAVES................................. 168 ................. 1999

All-Time Honor Roll

Second-Team All-Conference Sarah Stock ...................................................2007 Kelly Kuenning ..............................................2006 Carrie Lorenz .................................................2004 Emma Astrom ...............................................2002 Emma Astrom ...............................................2001 Genevieve Roy ..............................................2000 Hanna Wallace ..............................................2000 Melissa Engle ...............................................1997 Melissa This ..................................................1995

Third-Team All-Southeast Region Emma Astrom ...............................................2003 Southeast Region All-Freshmen Team April Eilering .................................................2003 Verizon Academic All-America District III Kara Martin (Second Team).......2003, 2004, 2005 Carrie Lorenz (First Team).............................2003 NSCAA All-South Region Scholar Yvonne Davis ................................................2006 Brittany Jones ................................................2006 Kelsey Kramer ...............................................2006 Noelle Tyre ....................................................2006 First-Team All-Conference Tessa Gavilsky ..............................................2008 Kelsey Kramer ...............................................2007 April Eilering ..................................................2006 Brittany Jones ................................................2006 Kelsey Kramer ...............................................2006 Sarah Stock ...................................................2006 Emma Astrom ...............................................2003 Carrie Lorenz .................................................2003 Emma Astrom ................................................2000

Individual Single Game Leaders POINTS 1. 7 ... Jennifer Colley vs Troy State ..... 10/12/03 2. 6 ...... Alicia Briggs vs Winthrop ........... 9/21/03 6 ...Jennifer Colley vs S Carolina St. ...... 10/15/01 6 .Emma Astrom vs S Carolina St. ...... 10/8/00 6 . Melissa Streeter vs Charleston ...... 10/8/94 GOALS 1. 3 ... Jennifer Colley vs Troy State ..... 10/12/03 3 ...... Alicia Briggs vs Winthrop .......... 9/21/03 3 Jennifer Colley vs S Carolina St. ... 10/15/01 3 . Melissa Streeter vs Charleston ...... 10/8/94 ASSISTS 1. 3 .... Carrie Lorenz vs Troy State ...... 10/12/03 3 .... Kristy Porcelli vs St. Peter’s ...... 10/12/97 3 .....Melissa Engle vs Nova SE ....... 10/28/95 SAVES 1. 21 ....... Genevieve Roy vs USF ............ 9/12/99 2. 20 ....... Genevieve Roy vs USF .............. 9/2/98 3. 19 ............Sylvia Vigil vs FIU ................. 11/6/93

Conference All-Freshmen Team Alexis Hermosa .............................................2008 Tessa Gavilsky ..............................................2007 Heather Berg .................................................2006 April Eilering .................................................2003 Carrie Lorenz .................................................2001 Conference Offensive Player of the Year Tessa Gavilsky ..............................................2008 Conference Defensive Player of the Year April Eilering ..................................................2006 Emma Astrom ...............................................2003 Conference Freshman of the Year April Eilering .................................................2003

Team Single Game Records POINTS ...30 vs South Carolina State .....10/15/02 GOALS ....12 vs South Carolina State .....10/15/02 ASSISTS .......... 7 vs Troy State ..............10/12/03 SAVES.......... 21 vs South Florida.............9/12/99

Sarah Stock was named to the All-Atlantic Sun Conference First Team in 2007. A-Sun Championship All-Tournament Team April Eilering ..................................................2006 Kelsey Kramer ...............................................2006 Kelly Kuenning ..............................................2006 Sarah Stock ...................................................2006 April Eilering ..................................................2005 Brittany Jones ................................................2005 Emma Astrom ................................................2003 Conference Player of the Week Tessa Gavilsky (Offensive) ........................9/14/08 Tessa Gavilsky (Offensive) ......................10/13/08 Sarah Stock (Offensive) ............................ 11/5/07 Sarah Stock (Offensive) ............................10/9/06 April Eilering (Defensive) ........................... 10/2/06 Bethany Keidis (Offensive) ........................9/26/06 April Eileirng (Defensive) ......................... 10/31/05 Kelly Kuenning (Offensive) ...................... 10/31/05 April Eilering (Defensive) ........................... 11/1/04 Alicia Briggs (Offensive) ............................ 11/3/03 April Eilering (Defensive) ........................... 11/3/03 Emma Astrom (Offensive) ......................... 10/9/00 Genevieve Roy (Defensive) ...................... 9/25/00 Genevieve Roy .......................................... 10/3/99 Kristy Porcelli ........................................... 10/27/98 Genevieve Roy .......................................... 9/11/98 Ashley Temple ........................................ 10/31/95

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RECORDS & HISTORY Individual Single Season Leaders POINTS 1. 29 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2008 2. 25 ................. Melissa This ..................... 1996 25 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1999 4. 23 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1996 5. 21 ................ Carrie Lorenz ..................... 2003 6. 19 .............. Melissa Streeter .................. 1996 GOALS 1. 12 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1999 2. 11 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2008 3. 10 ................. Melissa This ..................... 1996 10 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1996 5. 9 ................. Melissa This ..................... 1995 6. 8 ................. Sarah Stock ...................... 2007 7. 7 ................ Carrie Lorenz ..................... 2001 7 .............. Melissa Streeter .................. 1996 ASSISTS 1. 9 ................ Carrie Lorenz ..................... 2003 2. 7 ................ Emma Astrom..................... 2001 7 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2008 4. 6 ................ Emma Astrom .................... 2000 6 ................Kellie Cashion .................... 1998 6 ............... two others tied SAVES 1. 154 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 1999 2. 136 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 1998 3. 133 ...................Sylvia Vigil ....................... 1993 4 128 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 1997 5. 110 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2005 110 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 2000 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 0.78 ................ April Eilering ...................... 2003 2. 0.94 ................ April Eilering ...................... 2006 3. 1.04 ................ April Eilering ...................... 2004 4. 1.34 ................ April Eilering ...................... 2005 5. 1.37 .......... Andrea Garavaglia ................ 2008 6. 1.47 ............ Jessica Ruekberg.................. 1995 SHUTOUTS 1. 9 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2003 9 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2006 3. 7 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2005 7 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 1999 5. 5 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 2000

All-Time Series Records Opponent...................... W-L-T ..... First ...... Last Opponent...................... W-L-T ..... First ...... Last Alabama .........................0-1-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Appalachian State ..........1-1-0 ...... 1995 ...... 1996 Arkansas-Little Rock ......0-1-0 ...... 1993 ...... 1993 Auburn ............................0-1-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Barry ...............................0-2-0 ...... 1993 ...... 1994 Barton .............................1-0-0 ...... 1998 ...... 1998 Baylor .............................0-1-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2007 Belmont ..........................5-5-0 ...... 1998 ...... 2008 Bucknell ..........................0-1-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Buffalo ............................0-0-1 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Campbell ........................5-6-4 ...... 1996 ...... 2008 Centenary .......................1-1-0 ...... 1993 ...... 1996 UCF ...............................0-17-0 ..... 1993 ...... 2004 College of Charleston .....4-5-0 ...... 1993 ...... 2006 Charleston Southern ......3-3-0 ...... 1993 ...... 2003 Coastal Carolina .............0-1-1 ...... 2005 ...... 2007 Davidson ........................0-1-0 ...... 1995 ...... 1995 Dayton ............................0-0-1 ...... 1995 ...... 1995 Delaware ........................0-1-0 ...... 1997 ...... 1997 Detroit .............................1-0-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 Drexel .............................0-0-1 ...... 1997 ...... 1997 East Carolina ..................2-1-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1999 Eastern Kentucky ...........1-0-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 Elon ................................1-2-0 ...... 1998 ...... 2006 ETSU ..............................1-4-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2008 Embry-Riddle ..................4-0-0 ...... 1999 ...... 2008 Flagler ...........................1-0-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 Florida ............................0-1-0 ...... 1996 ...... 1996 Florida Atlantic ...............8-14-0 ..... 1993 ...... 2008 Florida Gulf Coast ..........1-1-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2008 Florida International ....... 3-11-1 ..... 1993 ...... 2007 Florida State ...................0-5-0 ...... 1997 ...... 2006 Gardner-Webb ................3-4-2 ...... 2002 ...... 2007 Georgia ...........................0-1-0 ...... 1997 ...... 1997 Georgia Southern ...........2-2-0 ...... 1993 ...... 1995 Georgia State .................2-5-0 ...... 1994 ...... 2004 Hartford ..........................0-1-0 ...... 2008 ...... 2008 High Point .......................0-1-0 ...... 1998 ...... 1998 Howard ...........................1-1-0 ...... 1999 ...... 2000 Jacksonville ....................7-8-1 ...... 1995 ...... 2008 Jacksonville State ...........1-4-0 ...... 1996 ...... 2002 Kennesaw State .............1-2-1 ...... 2005 ...... 2008 Kent State .......................0-1-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 LaSalle ...........................1-0-0 ...... 2006 ...... 2006 Liberty .............................0-1-1 ...... 2001 ...... 2008

Lipscomb ........................6-0-0 ...... 2001 ...... 2008 LIU-Brooklyn ...................0-1-0 ...... 1998 ...... 1998 LSU ................................0-1-0 ...... 2000 ...... 2000 Manhattan ......................1-0-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 McNeese State ...............1-0-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 Mercer ............................5-5-1 ...... 1993 ...... 2008 Miami (Fla.).....................1-7-0 ...... 1998 ...... 2008 Middle Tennessee...........0-1-0 ...... 2002 ...... 2002 Navy ...............................0-1-0 ...... 2006 ...... 2006 New Hampshire ..............1-0-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 North Carolina State .......0-1-0 ...... 2008 ...... 2008 North Florida ...................1-3-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2008 Nova Southeastern .........2-0-0 ...... 1995 ...... 2004 Old Dominion ..................0-1-0 ...... 1996 ...... 1996 Palm Beach Atlantic .......1-0-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Presbyterian ...................1-0-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2007 Queens (N.C.) ................1-0-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Rollins .............................1-0-0 ...... 1999 ...... 1999 Sacred Heart ..................0-1-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 Stony Brook ....................1-0-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 St. Francis ......................0-1-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 St. Peter’s .......................2-0-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1997 St. Thomas .....................1-0-0 ...... 1993 ...... 1993 Samford ..........................1-2-1 ...... 1999 ...... 2002 South Alabama ...............2-2-0 ...... 1994 ...... 2004 South Carolina State ......2-0-0 ...... 2000 ...... 2001 USF ................................3-8-2 ...... 1996 ...... 2008 Southern Miss ................0-1-0 ...... 2004 ...... 2004 Stephen F. Austin ...........1-0-0 ...... 1998 ...... 1998 Tennessee Tech..............1-0-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2007 Texas Tech......................0-1-0 ...... 1996 ...... 1996 Thomas ..........................2-0-0 ...... 2001 ...... 2002 Troy ................................5-1-1 ...... 1998 ...... 2004 UMBC .............................1-0-0 ...... 2006 ...... 2006 UNC-Greensboro ...........0-1-0 ...... 2008 ...... 2008 UNC Wilmington .............2-0-0 ...... 1995 ...... 1996 USC Upstate ..................2-0-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2008 Vermont ..........................0-1-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 Virginia Commonwealth..0-1-0 ...... 2006 ...... 2006 Wagner ...........................0-1-0 ...... 1997 ...... 1997 Webber International ......2-0-0 ...... 2000 ...... 2002 Western Carolina ............0-1-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2007 Winthrop .........................1-0-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 Wofford ...........................1-0-0 ...... 1995 ...... 1995

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

Defender Alexis Hermosa was named to the 2008 Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team.

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Year ................................................. Record 1993 ..................................................3-12-0 1994 ..................................................8-10-1 1995 ....................................................8-8-1 1996 ..................................................12-8-0 1997 ..................................................2-12-2 1998 ..................................................4-14-0 1999 ..................................................7-13-1 2000 .................................................. 7-11-1 2001 ..................................................4-13-0 2002 .................................................. 6-11-0 2003 .................................................. 11-7-3 2004 ....................................................5-6-5 2005 .................................................. 9-11-1 2006 ..................................................12-8-1 2007 ..................................................8-10-1 2008 ..................................................7-10-2 Total ..........................................113-164-19 A-Sun Total...................................50-79-10

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Tessa Gavilsky was named the Atlantic Sun Offensive Player of the Year in 2008.

Y E A R B Y Y E A R R E S U LT S 2008 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 7-10-2 (5-5-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score at Miami L 0-3 Hartford L 0-1 NC State Tournament (Raleigh, NC) vs. UNC Greensboro L 1-4 vs. NC State L 2-3 at USF T 1-1 Embry-Riddle W 3-2 Florida Atlantic W 3-0 Liberty T 0-0 Mercer* L 0-3 Kennesaw State* W 3-2 at Campbell* W 1-0 JU* W 5-1 at UNF* L 1-2 (ot) Belmont* L 1-2 at ETSU* L 0-1 at USC Upstate* W 2-1 at FGCU* L 1-2 A-Sun Tournament Belmont L 0-2 * A-Sun Game 2007 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 8-10-1 (6-5-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Presbyterian W 3-2 JU Invitational (Jacksonville, FL) vs Coastal Carolina T 1-1 vs Baylor L 1-3 ETSU Invit’l (Johnson City, Tenn.) vs Western Carolina L 0-2 vs Tennessee Tech W 3-0 at Miami L 1-2 at Florida International L 1-2 at Kennesaw State* L 2-5 at Mercer* L 1-2 Gardner-Webb* L 1-2 Campbell* W 4-1 UNF* L 0-1 at Jacksonville* W 2-0 at Lipscomb* W 1-0 at Belmont* W 2-1 USC Upstate* W 4-0 ETSU* L 2-3 FGCU* W 3-2 A-Sun Tournament ETSU L 1-2 * A-Sun Game 2006 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 12-8-1 (7-1-1 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score at VCU L 1-3 at College of Charleston L 0-1 Navy L 0-1 LaSalle W 2-0 South Florida L 0-3

at Florida Atlantic L vs UMBC W vs Elon W (2ot) Kennesaw State* T East Tennessee State* W at Gardner-Webb* W at Campbell* W Lipscomb* W Belmont* W at #3 Florida State L Mercer* L (ot) at North Florida* W at Jacksonville* W Embry Riddle W A-Sun Tournament vs Gardner-Webb W vs Jacksonville L * A-Sun Game

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

2005 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 9-11-1 (4-6-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Stony Brook W 2-1 McNeese State W 1-0 at Miami W 2-1 Kent State L 0-2 as USF L 0-2 JU Invitational (Jacksonville, FL) Coastal Carolina L 0-1 Eastern Kentucky W 1-0 Stony Brook Invit’l (Stony Brook, NY) Saint Francis L(2ot) 0-1 Sacred Heart L 0-3 Gardner-Webb* L 1-4 Campbell* L 1-2 at Kennesaw State* L 1-4 at ETSU* L 1-2 North Florida* L 0-1 Florida Atlantic* L 0-3 at Belmont* W 2-0 at Lipscomb* W(ot) 3-2 at Mercer* W 1-0 Jacksonville* W 2-0 A-Sun Tournament Gardner-Web W 1-0 Campbell T(2ot) 0-0 * A-Sun match 2004 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 5-6-5 (3-3-4 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score at South Florida T(2ot) 0-0 Kelme Port Classic (Mobile, AL) at South Alabama W 2-1 vs Southern Miss L 0-2 at #3 Florida State L(ot) 0-1 Nova SoutheasternW 3-0 at Belmont* L 0-1 at LIpscomb* W 3-1 Georgia State* W^(2ot) 2-2 Mercer* W 3-0

at Troy* UCF* at Florida Atlantic* Campbell* Gardner-Webb* at Jacksonville* A-Sun Tournament vs Gardner-Webb * A-Sun match

T(2ot) L L T(2ot) T(2ot) T(2ot)

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2003 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 11-7-3 (4-4-2 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score at Vermont L 0-4 vs New Hampshire W 1-0 South Florida L(2ot) 0-1 Flagler College W 6-1 Manhattan College W 1-0 Florida International W 2-0 Winthrop W 6-3 Lipscomb* W 3-0 Belmont* W 4-1 at Mercer* T(2ot) 0-0 at Georgia State* L(2ot) 1-2 at Charleston Southern W 2-0 Troy State* W 8-3 Florida Atlantic* L 0-1 at UCF* L 0-3 at Gardner-Webb* T(2ot) 0-0 at Campbell* L 0-1 Jacksonville* W 3-1 Detroit-Mercy* W 1-0 A-Sun Tournament vs Campbell T(2ot) 0-0 vs UCF L 1-4 *A-Sun match

2002 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 6-11-0 (3-8 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score at Miami L 0-7 Charleston Southern W 2-1 at South Florida L 0-4 Webber International W 5-0 at Thomas W 4-3 Gardner-Webb* L 0-3 Mercer* W 1-0 Middle Tennessee State L 1-9 at Troy State* W 2-1 at Jacksonville State* L 0-5 at Samford* L 0-2 Georgia State* L 2-3 Campbell* L 0-5 at Florida Atlantic* L 0-3 at Jacksonville* L 0-5 Belmont* W 7-1 UCF* L 0-2 * A-Sun match

2001 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 4-13-0 (1-9 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Liberty L 0-5 Lipscomb W 3-2 at South Florida L 0-3 UCF* L 1-3 Mercer* W 1-0 Georgia State* L 0-5 Thomas W 3-1 Troy State* L 1-4 Samford* L 1-5 Jacksonville State* L 0-3 Florida Atlantic* L 0-2 at Campbell* L 2-3 at Belmont* L 1-6 South Carolina State W 12-0 Jacksonville* L 1-5 Miami L 0-10 at Charleston Southern L 0-3 * A-Sun match 2000 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 7-11-1 (3-5-1 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Charleston Southern L 1-2 South Florida W 2-1 LSU L 0-2 at Embry-Riddle W 2-1 at Miami (FL) L 1-5 at Florida International L 0-3 Mercer* W 4-0 Georgia State* L(ot) 0-1 at Jacksonville* L 0-3 Webber W 2-0 at Howard L(ot) 1-2 South Carolina State W 6-0 at Florida Atlantic* L 0-1 Campbell* W 3-1 at Jacksonville State* L 1-3 at Samford* T(ot) 0-0 at Troy State* W 1-0 UCF* L 0-3 A-Sun Tournament Florida Atlantic L 0-5 * A-Sun match 1999 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 7-13-1 (3-5-1 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Howard W 3-0 at UCF* L 0-2 Florida International L 1-3 at Florida State L 0-4 at South Florida L 1-4 at Georgia State* L 0-5 at Campbell* T 1-1 at Charleston L 1-3 at Charleston Southern W 2-1 Jacksonville State* L 0-1

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Y E A R B Y Y E A R R E S U LT S Samford* Wright State Elon Florida Atlantic* East Carolina Jacksonville* Embry-Riddle at Mercer* Troy State* Rollins A-Sun Tournament Jacksonville * A-Sun match

W L L W L L W L W W

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

L

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1998 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 4-14-0 (0-4-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score South Florida L(ot) 0-1 at Troy State W 3-0 vs. Stephen F. Austin W 2-0 UCF* L 0-4 Miami (FL) L 0-2 at Florida Atlantic* L 1-2 at Florida International L 0-1 at High Point L(ot) 0-1 at Elon L 2-3 Long Island-Brooklyn L 0-1 at Jacksonville* L 0-8 Campbell* L 0-1 Florida State L 0-4 Belmont L 0-1 Barton W(ot) 2-1 Florida Atlantic W(ot) 1-0 Charleston L 1-2 Miami (FL) L 1-3 * A-Sun match

1996 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 12-8-0 (5-5-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score at South Alabama W 3-0 Centenary W 2-1 College of Charleston* W 3-2 Appalachian State W 4-1 at Florida Atlantic* W(ot) 2-1 at Florida International* W 2-0 Texas Tech L 1-4 at UCF* L 0-2 at Campbell* L 0-4 at College of Charleston* L 1-2 Florida International* L 1-2 vs. Old Dominion L 0-4 at Florida L 0-5 UCF* L 1-3 UNC-Wilmington W 3-1 at Jacksonville W 2-0 Campbell* W 2-1 Jacksonville State W 3-0 Florida Atlantic* W 4-1 South Florida W 3-2 * A-Sun match 1995 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 8-8-1 (2-6 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Georgia Southern W(ot) 3-1 at UCF* L 1-3

1997 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 2-12-2 (1-4-1 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Florida Atlantic* W 3-2 South Alabama L(ot) 1-2 Florida International* T 1-1 at South Florida L 1-2 at Georgia L 1-8 UCF* L 0-2 at Delaware L 0-3 at Drexel T 1-1 at Florida Atlantic* L 0-1 at Florida International* L 0-4 at Florida State L 0-3 St. Peter’s W 3-0 South Florida L 1-2 at UCF* L 1-2 Wagner L 1-2 Jacksonville L 0-1 * A-Sun match

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Florida International* L(ot) Florida Atlantic* L Wofford W Appalachian State L at UNC-Wilmington W at East Carolina W at College of Charleston* L College of Charleston* W Davidson L UCF* L Jacksonville W at Florida Atlantic* W at Florida International* L Nova Southeastern W Dayton T(ot) * A-Sun match

0-1 0-1 2-1 2-3 4-1 2-0 1-2 2-0 0-4 0-5 9-1 1-0 1-4 7-0 1-1

1994 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 8-10-1 (2-4-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Georgia Southern L 1-2 Barry L 1-3 Florida Atlantic* W 2-1 Georgia State W 1-0 UCF* L 0-6 Soccer by the Beach Tourney (Panama City, FL) Alabama L 1-3 Auburn L 1-5 FIU* W 2-1 Queens College W 2-1

East Carolina W College of Charleston W at Bucknell L Palm Beach Atlantic W at Florida International* L Florida Atlantic* L at UCF* L South Alabama L St. Peter’s W Buffalo T(ot) * A-Sun match

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

1993 Head Coach: Bob Wilson Record: 3-12-0 (1-5-0 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score Florida Atlantic L 1-7 UCF L 0-12 Barry L 0-6 at Georgia Southern W 5-1 at Centenary L 0-5 at Arkansas-Little Rock L 0-2 Florida International L 0-8 at Mercer L 1-9 St. Thomas W 2-1 at Charleston Southern L 0-4 at College of Charleston W 3-1 Georgia Southern L 0-3 at Central Florida L 1-12 at Florida Atlantic L 1-3 at Florida International L 0-4

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS NAME ............................... YEAR(S) Laura Adams ................................ 1993-94 Jenny Agranoff .............................. 2006-08 Sofiya Alhassan ................................... 1993 Rachel Allen .................................. 2007-08 Carol Anderson .......................1998-2001 Emma Astrom .............................. 2000-03 Kristin Bartholomew ........................ 1993 Heather Berg ............................... 2006-08 Kelli Biferie ......................................... 1996 Katie Bitetto ................................. 2007-08 Lucy Blaggie ........................................ 1995 Kate Blanchfield ................................. 1996 Sarah Brandon ................................... 1999 Jessica Cates-Bristol ................... 2001-02 Amy Bourne ................................. 1993-94 Kim Bowers .................................. 2001-02 Alicia Briggs .................................. 2002-05 Tanya Brousseau .......................... 1994-97 Tara Brousseau ............................ 1994-96 Lindsay Burke ..................................... 2000 Robin Caldwell................................... 1995 Kate Calhoun ..................................... 1999 Marianella Campos ..................... 1998-99 Sara Canatsey ............................... 1996-99 Olivia Carey........................................ 2007 Kellie Cashion .............................. 1993-96 Jackie Catania ...........................1998-2001 Kristi Cebelak ..........................1999-2002 Francis Ching................................ 2007-08 Beth Chumley .................................... 1993 Jenny Clark ................................... 2002-05 Amy Climer ........................................ 1993 Annie Cline ................................... 2001-04 Natalie Coburn .................................. 1993 Brittany Coldwell .............................. 2005 Cleo Collange .............................. 2006-08 Jennifer Colley ............................. 2001-04 Dominique Conner .......................... 1997 Carie Cooper...........................1997-2000 Cassandra Corbyons .................. 2007-08 Emily Cox............................................ 1995 Carolina Crevatin .............................. 2003 Sarah Curry ........................................ 2002 Shannon Davenport .................... 2002-04 Brooke Davis .............................. 2002-05 Yvonne Davis ............................... 2004-07 Jessica Dewberry............................... 1994 Felicia Dhanani .........................1998-2001 Joy Dixon ...................................... 2000-01 Melissa DuLong ................................. 1993 April Eilering................................. 2003-06 Melissa Engle ................................ 1994-97 Amie Farrell .................................. 2001-04 Adele Fenwick ............................. 1998-99 Leah Floyd ........................................... 2003 Amy Freer ........................................... 1993 Andrea Garavaglia ....................... 2007-08

NAME ............................... YEAR(S) Tessa Gavilsky .............................. 2007-08 Erin Gidney ...............................1997-2000 Beth Goodroe.................................... 1995 Jennifer Gomez .................................. 2001 Laura Graham .................................... 2002 Jessi Gronwall ..........................1999-2001 Kelly Guglietta.................................... 2001 Gina Guillem ................................ 2000-02 Katheryn Hammister........................ 1997 Melissa Hart ....................................... 1993 Jennifer Hays................................. 2004-07 Theresa Henault .......................... 1995-97 Alexis Hermosa ................................. 2008 Candice Herrmann ........................... 1998 Kristen Higel ................................ 2007-08 Mary Salfer-Hobbs ............................ 2008 Erin Hoover .................................. 2006-07 Morgan Horner .......................1999-2002 Wendy Howland ......................... 1995-98 Vicky Hughes...................................... 1993 Sarah Isley ..................................... 2005-08 Courtney Jenista ................................ 2008 Brittany Jones ............................... 2003-06 Samantha Jones .................................. 2008 Lindsay Jowers ............................. 2007-08 Lisa Karcinski ............................... 2001-04 Kim Kelly ............................................. 1993 Christa Kennon ........................... 2001-02 Elise Ketcham ............................... 2006-08 Bethany Kiedis ............................. 2005-08 Allison Kominowski .......................... 1998 Kelsey Kramer ............................. 2004-07 Kelly Kuenning ............................. 2002-06 Erica Kukulka...................................... 1998 Jill LaBram ..................................... 1994-97 Kristen Lagor ..................................... 1998 Casity Lane ......................................... 1994 Christine Levoy ........................... 2000-02 Catherine Lockett ............................. 1995 Tricia Logan ........................................ 1996 Carrie Lorenz .............................. 2001-04 Christina Lovejoy ........................ 2005-08 Alison Lucy ......................................... 2006 Dawn Lyons .................................. 1997-98 Stacey Mack .................................. 1994-97 Miranda Maag ............................... 2006-07 Anna Maltby ................................. 2002-06 Chistina Markoff .......................... 1997-98 Tina Markoff ....................................... 1999 Colleen Marscher ....................... 1994-97 Megan Marscher .......................... 1996-99 Allison Marshall ................................. 2000 Kara Martin .................................. 2002-04 Kate Matthews............................. 2007-08 Angela McCornick ............................ 1994 Minka McDonald ............................... 1994 America McGinnis ............................ 1999

NAME ............................... YEAR(S) Brittany McHenry ............................. 2004 Dana Metzgar ...........................1998-2001 Jackie Moffat ................................. 2001-02 Katie Nestle ................................. 2002-04 Kim Oostdyk ........................... 2002, 2004 Kate O’Sullivan .................................. 1993 Lisa Overton ................................ 1997-98 Courtnay Paiva.........................1999-2001 Caitlin Peterson ........................... 2007-08 Kristy Porcelli............................... 1996-99 Polly Prebilski ..................................... 1995 Amy Price............................................ 1993 Jordan Rasmussen ....................... 2001-04 Courtney Reitler ............................... 1998 Alisa Richter ................................. 1993-96 Andrea Rice .................................. 2002-05 Jennifer Rinaberger ........................... 2008 Sarah Rodriguez ................................ 2008 Genevieve Roy .........................1997-2000 Jessica Ruekberg ................................ 1995 Sharon Roff ......................................... 1993 Maria Schmitz ..................................... 2000 Danielle Sefczek........................... 2006-08 Stephanie Sills............................... 2001-04 Crossley Simmons ............................ 2008 Natalie Simon ............................... 2007-08 Katie Smith ......................................... 1995 Janet Smout ........................................ 1993 Samantha Snyder ............................... 2008 Lexie Soldano ...........................1999-2000 Jackie Soligan ............................1998-2001 Jessica Spencer ............................. 2004-07 Chris St. Amant .................................. 1993 Melissa Streeter ........................... 1993-96 Sarah Stock ................................... 2004-07 Elin Sundin .................................... 2004-05 Rachel Sweeney ........................... 2005-08 Tricia Symanski............................. 1993-95 Ashley Temple .............................. 1994-97 Melissa This .................................. 1994-97 Audra Thomas.............................. 2003-06 Stacy Thomas ..................................... 1999 Kristin Thompson.............................. 1995 Julianne Turnbull ........................... 2004-07 Sarah Turnbull ............................... 2006-08 Noelle Tyre ................................... 2003-06 Sylvia Vigil ...................................... 1993-96 Julie Wagner .................................. 1994-97 Hannah Wallace .......................1997-2000 Emily Ware .................................... 2006-08 Lisa Weaklim ................................. 2000-03 Stephanie Webb ........................... 2007-08 Amy Weber......................................... 1998 Becca Whitaker.................................. 1996 Marla Williams..........................1997-2000 Emily Yero...................................... 2006-08 Kathleen Yanora ................................. 1993

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THIS IS STETSON UNIVERSITY

• Location - The DeLand campus is 35 miles from Orlando and 25 miles from Daytona Beach. • Faculty - 195 full-time, 95% with Ph.D. or equivalent. • Student Population - 59% female/41% male; 78% Florida/25% out-of-state; 3.4% foreign/14% minority. • Student Organizations - More than 100 organizations; student government, service, special interests, 17 scholastic and honorary societies, including Phi Beta Kappa. • Greek Life - The presence of eight (7) national fraternities and six (6) national sororities complements campus-wide activities.

The University ... Stetson University maintains a tradition of academic excellence within a friendly and informal atmosphere. Its spacious 170-acre campus, lined with palm and oak trees, is centrally located between two major Florida cities, Daytona Beach and Orlando. Stetson combines the best of two educational worlds: the variety of a university coupled with the concern for individual development found at a small college. Included in the diverse curriculum are 11 degree programs (five bachelors, six masters and post masters) and more than 60 majors. Stetson ranked second on the list of the South’s top regional universities for academic quality and sixth in the best value category, in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” for 2007. Stetson is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Academic programs are accredited by the American Bar Association, the National Association of Schools of Music, AACSB International, and the American Chemical Society. The College of Arts and Sciences was awarded the first private university Phi Beta Kappa chapter in Florida. The Faculty ... The Stetson “advantage” is its faculty. They know their fields of study: 95% of faculty members hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees. More important, all of them teach undergraduates. The low student to faculty ratio, 12:1, means that Stetson’s 195 faculty members have more time for teaching and advising students. They are accessible and involved in their students’ personal development.

• Athletics - Stetson is an NCAA Division I member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. The athletic department sponsors 15 intercollegiate sports, including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s crew, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and volleyball. The baseball and softball teams won A-Sun championships in 2007.

International Focus ... Through distinctive programs, such as Russian Studies, Latin American Studies, International Relations, the Washington Semester and the International Business Practicum, Stetson prepares students to succeed in the rapidly changing global marketplace. Several times each semester, dignitaries and leading scholars from around the world visit the campus to lecture and meet informally with the students. Former President Jimmy Carter, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu and holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel have been among the lecturers at Stetson University.

• Admission: The academic criteria include a challenging high school curriculum. A 3.70 was the average GPA of incoming freshmen in 2007. The SAT range of the middle 50 percent of the 2007 entering first-year class was 10301240; the ACT range was 21-27.

Campus Life ... Campus living is important to Stetson students. Sharing experiences, having fun, learning to live in a community and taking responsibility for shaping residence hall life are all a part of the self-discovery process that makes Stetson exciting. Seventyeight percent of Stetson students live on campus.

• Financial Assistance - Academics merit, scholarships, musical talent, athletic grants, need-based grants, loans and work-study, as well as monthly payment plans. • Academic Programs - There are over 60 majors and minors offered within Stetson’s three colleges and schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Music, and the School of Business Administration.

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The Students ... Over 2,000 undergraduates from more than 41 states and 40 foreign countries attend Stetson. Most entering students are at the top 25% of their high school class, and were deeply involved in school and community life. All have successfully completed a college preparatory program.

Academic Program ... The university awards the bachelor’s degree in arts, sciences, education, business administration, music, and music education. Master’s degrees are offered in accounting, business administration, couseling, education, and English. Facilities ... Stetson boasts a charming mix of historical and contemporary buildings. The heart of the campus is included in the Stetson University National Historic District, while the state-of-the-art Lynn Business Center houses the School of Business Administration on the five floors of modern classrooms, seminar rooms and faculty offices. The duPont-Ball Library houses extensive print collections and access to more than 100 subscription electronic databases and 11,000 full-text journals, as well as many computer workstations for student use. The Gillespie Museum of Minerals boasts the largest private collection of minerals outside the Smithsonian Institution. The Edmunds Center, a 4,000-seat athletic facility, provides two full-sized basketball courts, locker rooms and athletic department offices. The Hollis Center and Wilson Athletic Center provide Stetson students and student-athletes alike with excellent health and wellness opportunities.

STETSON UNIVERSITY

P R E S I D E N T / AT H L E T I C S TA F F Dr. Wendy B. Libby

Jeff Altier

University President - Cornell ‘7 ‘72 2

Athletics Ath letics Director - Stetson ‘82

Stetson University entered a new era of leadership in July 2009 when Dr. Wendy B. Libby became the university’s ninth president.

Jeff Altier, a 24-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, begins his 13th year as Stetson’s athletic director.

Formerly president of Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., the nation’s second-oldest women’s institution, Libby has had a broad career in higher education and private industry. An expert in strategic planning, she plans to build on Stetson’s values-centered heritage and tradition of academic excellence and community-engaged service learning while moving Stetson forward. Prior to her six years at Stephens College, Libby served as vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., from 1995 to 2003. She has 28 years of administrative and teaching experience in higher education, at institutions including Westbrook College (now part of the University of New England), the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, The Ohio State University and Cornell University. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Libby earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate degree, in Biology with a concentration in Genetics, is from Cornell University. She earned an MBA, with a concentration in Finance, from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Libby is a member of numerous higher education organizations. Last fall, she led a delegation of six college presidents in a visit to Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea. In honor of her outstanding leadership, Libby received the 2007 Athena Award from the Columbia (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network for her support of women in realizing their full leadership potential and for contributing to the quality of life in the community. In May, she received the 2009 Outstanding Higher Education Professional Alumni Award at the University of Connecticut. She and her husband, Dr. Richard M. Libby, have two sons, Glenn and wife Ginger, and Gregg and wife Lori, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, and three dogs. An avid reader, she enjoys cooking and entertaining.

During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fund raiser and a leader with an eye on the future. Perhaps the crowning achievement of Altier’s professional career was the building of Stetson’s $4.5 million baseball facility, Melching Field at Conrad Park. Built in conjunction with the City of DeLand, Melching Field is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere college baseball facilities. The stadium opened on Feb. 13, 1999. Since completing the Melching Field project, Altier has overseen the construction of new soccer & softball facilities. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier. The softball program was elevated to major sport status and by the start of the 2002 season, mirrored baseball in terms of scholarship numbers and staff. Additionally, both the men’s women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis programs have seen a growth in scholarships. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility solely for the use of Hatter student-athletes. Prior to his current appointment, Altier served as associate athletic director for four years. He spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. Altier also served as tournament manager at the NCAA I Southeast First and Second Round men’s basketball games hosted by Stetson in 1993, 1996 and 2003 at the Orlando Arena. Before his promotion to associate director, Altier was the Hatters’ director of athletic promotions and ticket manager. Altier, captain of the nationally ranked 1982 Hatter baseball team, earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson. Upon wrapping up his Stetson baseball career, he spent two years as a player/coach developing the sport in Perth, Australia. He then returned to Stetson as an assistant coach before taking on administrative duties. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah and children, Heath, Brianne, and Garrett.

Mike Bitter Faculty Athletics Representative

Jamie McClure Women’s Soccer Athletic Trainer

Glenn Brickey Director of Sports Medicine

Jesse Cazakoff Assistant SID

Jorie Tress Asst. AD for Compliance

Richard Skeel Senior Associate Athletic Director

John Lykins Assistant AD for Development

Barry Cressley Facilities Manager Game Day Operations

Adam Deimling Men’s Soccer Athletic Trainer

Kerry Nordman Assistant Marketing Director

Lindsay Wightman Director of Tickets

Stacy Turner Assistant to the Athletics Director

Jan Usher Senior Woman Administrator

Dean Watson Sports Information Director

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Front Row (L-R) Sarah Rodriguez, Elise Ketcham, Danielle Sefczek, Cassandra Corbyons, Emily Yero, Heather Berg, Jenny Agranoff, Emily Ware, Jennifer Rinaberger.

Middle Row (L-R) Team Trainer Jamie McClure, Assistant Coach Brittany Jones, Mackenzie Roy, Alexis Hermosa, Rachel Allen, Caitlin Peterson, Andrea Garavaglia, Laura Seletos, Samantha Snyder, Natalie Simon, Head Coach Julie Orlowski.

Back Row (L-R) Kate Matthews, Crossley Simmons, Samantha Jones, Katie Bitetto, Tessa Gavilsky, Kristen Higel, Lindsay Jowers, Christina Cromwell, Kristen Mueller, Kassandra Hartwick, Courtney Jenista.

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2009 Women's Soccer Media Guide