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Andi Garavaglia

Tessa Gavilsky

Caitlin Peterson Lindsay Jowers Katie Bitetto

Kristin Higel

Natalie Simon Jenny Agranoff Rachel Allen


2010 WOMEN'S SOCCER Table of Contents 2010 Quick Facts & Schedule ................................................................................. 1 Coaching Staff ......................................................................................................2-3 2010 Season Outlook ...........................................................................................4-5 2010 Roster ............................................................................................................. 6 Player Bios: Jenny Agranoff, Rachel Allen .......................................................................... 8 Katie Bitetto, Andrea Garavaglia..................................................................... 9 Tessa Gavilsky, Kristen Higel........................................................................ 10 Lindsay Jowers, Caitlin Peterson.................................................................. 11 Natalie Simon, Alexis Hermosa .................................................................... 12 Courtney Jenista, Samantha Jones .............................................................. 13 Jennifer Rinaberger, Sarah Rodriguez ......................................................... 14 Crossley Simmons, Samantha Snyder ......................................................... 15 Kasai Hartwick, Kristen Mueller .................................................................... 16 Mary Salfer-Hobbs, Laura Seletos................................................................ 17 Ciarra Britt, Chelsea Cabarcas ..................................................................... 18 Virginia Davis, Amber James ........................................................................ 19 Kaitlyn Jones, Shanna Krysalka ................................................................... 20 Sammie Mathews, Jenifer Raneri ................................................................. 21 Alyssa Welsh ................................................................................................ 22 A-Sun Preseason Poll ........................................................................................... 22 2009 Review .....................................................................................................23-24 Records & History.............................................................................................25-26 Year-by-Year Results ........................................................................................27-28 All-Time Letterwinners ........................................................................................... 29 This is Stetson University ...................................................................................... 30 University President and Athletic Staff................................................................... 31 The Atlantic Sun Conference ................................................................................. 32 DeLand, Florida ............................................................................Inside Back Cover 2010 Team Photo ................................................................................... Back Cover

Quick Facts GENERAL Location ........................................................................................DeLand, FL 32723 Enrollment .........................................................................................................2,390 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 ........................................................................ 112-118-19 (14 years) Record at Stetson ................................................................... 73-83-15 (Nine Years) Assistant Coach............................................................ Brittany Jones (Three Years) Soccer Office Phone.......................................................................... (386) 822-8139 HISTORY First Season .......................................................................................................1993 Overall Record................................................................... 124-171-21 (17 seasons) Years in NCAA Tournament ................................................................................none TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Overall Record........................................................................................ 11-7-2 2009 A-Sun Record/Finish.................................................................6-2-2 (.700)/3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost...............................................................................19/8 Starters Returning/Lost..........................................................................................6/5 Newcomers...............................................................................................................9 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

2010 Schedule DATE DAY 8/14 Sat. 8/20 Fri. 8/22 Sun. 8/26 Thu. 8/29 Sun. 9/3 Fri. 9/5 Sun. 9/10 Fri. 9/12 Sun. 9/17 Fri. 9/19 Sun. 9/23 Thu. 10/1 Fri. 10/3 Sun. 10/8 Fri. 10/10 Sun. 10/15 Fri. 10/17 Sun. 10/24 Sun. 10/30 Sat. 11/4 Thu. 11/6 Sat. 11/12-12/5

OPPONENT LOCATION TIME Florida Tech (Exhib.) DeLand 6:00 pm Florida Atlantic DeLand 7:00 pm Miami (Fla.) DeLand 1:00 pm Embry-Riddle DeLand 7:00 pm Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. 2:00 pm Virginia Commonwealth DeLand 7:00 pm USF Tampa, Fla. 1:00 pm Southeast Missouri State Cape Girardeau, Mo. 8:00 pm Arkansas-Little Rock St. Louis, Mo. 2:00 pm UNF* Jacksonville, Fla. 7:00 pm Jacksonville* Jacksonville, Fla. 2:00 pm Campbell* Buies Creek, N.C. 7:00 pm Kennesaw State* DeLand 7:00 pm Mercer* DeLand 2:00 pm USC Upstate* Spartanburg, S.C. 7:00 pm ETSU* Johnson City, Tenn. 1:00 pm Lipscomb* DeLand 7:00 pm Belmont* DeLand 1:00 pm FGCU* Fort Myers, Fla. 5:00 pm A-Sun Tournament – 1st Rd. TBA TBA A-Sun Tournament – Semifinal TBA TBA A-Sun Tournament – Finals TBA TBA NCAA Tournament TBA TBA

* Atlantic Sun Conference Game

(All Times Eastern)

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C OAC H I N G S TA F F Julie Orlowski

Head Coach - Tenth Season Florida International ‘91

Julie Orlowski enters her 10th season as the Stetson 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. Last season she led the Hatters to 11 wins and a #3 seed in the A-Sun tournament. The Hatters finished the regular season just one point shy of the #1 spot. It was the third time since Orlowski took over the program, and the fourth time all-time that Stetson finished with double-digit victories. In 2008 Orlowski solidified her status as a toptier 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 20062008. 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 doubleovertime 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

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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 nine years at Stetson, Orlowski has coached 21 all-conference performers including nine first team, six second team, and six all-freshmen team members along with the league’s first-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 was inducted into the Stetson Athletics Hall of Fame. She is the first women’s soccer player to earn that honor. In 2009 Tessa Gavilsky once again added to the trophy case after being voted the A-Sun’s Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. In 2008 she was the first Stetson player ever to earn that honor. 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 1824-2 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 Administration 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.

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 5-11-1 1999 .... Boise State ....... 6-12-0 2001 ....... Stetson .......... 4-13-0 2002 ....... Stetson ........... ...........6-11-0 6-11-0 2003 ....... Stetson ........... ...........11-7-3 11-7-3 2004 ....... Stetson ............ 5-6-5 2005 ....... Stetson ........... ...........9-11-1 9-11-1 2006 ....... Stetson .......... 12-8-1 2007 ....... Stetson .......... 8-10-1 2008 ....... Stetson .......... 7-10-2 2009 ....... Stetson ........... ...........11-7-2 11-7-2 Totals .... 15 Years .. ..112-118-19 112-118-19


C OAC H I N G S TA F F Brittany Jones is in her fourth season as Assistant Coach of Assistant Coach - Third Season the Stetson women’s soccer Stetson ‘07 ‘07 program. 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 monitors her players’ academic progress, and she handles all equipment and field maintenance issues. Jones is the first line of contact for both the recruits and the current players.

Brittany Jones

Jones holds a United States Soccer Federation National “C” license. A staff member of the Florida Olympic Development Program, she assisted with the state teams that competed at the Region III Championships in New Orleans. Jones spent four years as a starter and 90-minute player in the Hatters back line, culminating with a first team all-conference season in 2006. Jones was a three-year team captain and a four-year member of the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. She was also named to the 2005 A-Sun All-Tournament Team. Jones was highly successful in the classroom at Stetson earning academic all-conference honors all four years. She was Stetson’s 2006 Senior of the Year in the Integrative Health Sciences Department. Also in 2006 she was an NSCAA All-South Region Scholar and graduated from Stetson Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. degree in rehabilitative studies. She is currently

A native of Powder Springs, Ga., Jamie McClure is in her seventh year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Stetson University. She works primarily with women’s soccer and softball. McClure graduated from the University of Georgia in 2002 with her bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training. She also earned her master’s at UGA in Exercise and Sport Science in 2004.

Jamie McClure

Team Trainer - Seventh Year Georgia ‘0 ‘02 2

While at Georgia, McClure worked with track, cross country, football and gymnastics as an undergraduate. During graduate school she worked with the equestrian team. McClure is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the South Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association.

GOOOOAAAALLLL... SIMMONS!

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK Nines are wild in 2010. The roster of 29 Hatters has a deep and talented incoming class of nine freshmen, as well as nine seniors that will graduate in the spring. It will be a season of transition for the Stetson women’s soccer program as the newcomers will be charged with learning the college game from one of the most successful four-year classes ever to play at Stetson. The Hatters have at least one key senior to lead the way from each position on the field. Andrea Garavaglia is a three-year starter who has lived up to the outstanding goaltending tradition established by her predecessors. Co-captain and two-year starter Kristen Higel will act as anchor of the back line, and Stetson’s “Dynamic Duo” of Tessa Gavilsky and Katie Bitetto will roam the midfield and forward lines. Gavilsky, a co-captain, is the reigning two-time Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Year and scoring champ. Bitetto led the league in 2009 and set a school record in the process with 11 assists. Last season Stetson reached double digits in victories (11-7-2) for the fourth time in school history, finished one point out of first place in the regular season (6-2-2), and reached the semifinals of the ASun tournament. This season it will look to take the next step. “Anything short of the A-Sun tournament final will be considered a failure. I am very disappointed we did not get to the championship game last year”, said Stetson head coach Julie Orlowski. “I realize that is a lofty goal and high expectations to place on the team this time of year, but that speaks to the quality of our individuals and the standard we set going in”, she added.

Forwards The biggest contributor heading into the season is clearly Tessa Gavilsky (Granite City, Ill.). She is the first Hatter ever to have earned A-Sun Player of the Year honors, and she has done it twice in a row. Gavilsky led the conference in scoring the past two seasons and along the way became Stetson’s all-time leader with 74 career points. She will alternate between the forward and midfield positions in 2010 depending on the formation run by Coach Orlowski. Teaming with Gavilsky to form the most marked pair in the A-Sun will be fellow senior Katie Bitetto (Jacksonville, Fla.). Last season Bitetto used years of solid work ethic and athleticism to her advantage and turned herself into one of the top scoring threats in college soccer. She finished the season 12th in the nation in assists per game (0.55), and added five goals for 21 total points. She can set ‘em up, and she can put ‘em in the back of the net. While opponents are busy keeping an eye on Gavilsky

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and Bitetto the Hatters will hit them with another talented pair of forwards. Senior Natalie Simon (Lauderhill, Fla.) and junior Courtney Jenista (Pensacola, Fla.). Simon scored a career-high three goals last season to go along with an assist. Whether it is down the sideline or up the middle, she can run the field with the best. Jenista finished last season 4th on the team in scoring with three goals and two assists for eight points. She has a knack for being in the right place at the right time. Also seeing substantial time up front this season and providing depth will be a trio of talented freshmen. High School All-American Alyssa Welsh (Edison, NJ) is a versatile player who broke the New Jersey state scoring record, Kaitlyn Jones (DeLand, Fla.) is a local product out of DeLand High School who can get herself into goal scoring situations, and Sarah Mathews (Palmetto, Fla.) is a very good, hard working player on either flank. Rounding out the Hatter attack will be junior Sarah Rodriguez (Deltona, Fla.). She is a talented and versatile player who can and will be used to fill every spot on the front line, as well as the midfield. She creates a great deal of energy on the field. Rodriguez’ first collegiate touch was a goal against USF her freshman season.

Midfielders Looking at the Stetson midfield for 2010 is admittedly another excuse to mention Tessa Gavilsky. Did you hear she is the two-time defending Player of the Year? Some may not know that the ASun’s Top-Gun can also get back, control the midfield and play some defense. One of those projected to start alongside Gavilsky is a surprise, and the other is a sophomore who played in 19 games last season. Junior Alexis Hermosa (Orlando, Fla.) has been a stalwart member of the Hatter back line for two seasons and was named all-freshman at that position in 2008. This season she is likely to make the move to midfield so that the team can take advantage of her considerable offensive skills. Kassandra Hartwick (Granite City, Ill.) had a strong freshman season in 2009 scoring two goals and patrolling the midfield like a veteran. She has earned a starting role, yet will be challenged. Also likely to see playing time in the midfield will be two juniors who played high school soccer together, a sophomore that returns to the team after a one-year abscence, and a pair of newcomers. Samantha Snyder (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) and Jennifer Rinaberger (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) have taken their games from Nease High School to Stetson and both appear ready to become major contributors. Snyder played in 14 games with seven starts last season. She picked up one assist in 399 minutes on the field. Rinaberger is a hard working player who looked good in the spring and has earned a chance to see more time on the field. She appeared in two games last year. Mary Salfer-Hobbs was a member of the Hatters as a freshman in 2008 and rejoins the team this season. She had a solid spring season and will battle for playing time in the back, as well as at the midfield in 2010. Freshmen Chelsea Cabarcas (College Point, NY) and Shanna Krysalka (Ocala, Fla.) are two young players who can challenge for playing time this season and are sure to become major players


2010 SEASON OUTLOOK in the coming years. Cabarcas has spent some time with the Colombian national team. She is a dynamic player who will add creativity to the attack. Krysalka is a hard worker with a bright future at Stetson.

Defenders The big question on the back line this season is who will replace long-time starter Elise Ketcham who graduated last spring, A-Sun All-Freshman Team member Christina Cromwell was lost to a career-ending injury, and Hermosa who is likely moving forward into the midfield? The 4th spot will continue to be manned by senior Kristen Higel (St. Augustine, Fla.) who started 19 games for the Hatters in 2009 and 11 in 2008. Higel is a smart, experienced player and a strong presence in front of the goal. The first replacement will come from a switch. While Hermosa moves to the midfield, junior Crossley Simmons will make the move to defender. Simmons has been a consistent starter for the Hatters since her freshman season when she finished second in goals scored with three. Although she can provide offense when needed, her real strength is her power and ability to intimidate on the defensive end. She will be an excellent addition to the back row. There are three freshmen who will be the primary candidates to battle with Jenny Agranoff (Cape Coral, Fla.) for the final two defensive positions. Agranoff, a redshirt senior, has four years of experience and has been working hard for her chance to start on the back line. Freshmen Jennifer Raneri (Port St. Lucie, Fla.), Virginia Davis (Deltona, Fla.) and Ciarra Britt (Jacksonville, NC) are all quite talented and will be in the mix all season. The wildcard in this scenario is Britt who is the reigning Volusia County Player of the Year. She can play both the forward and defender positions and will certainly settle in one of those spots as the season progresses. Local standouts Junior Samantha Jones and sophomore Kristen Mueller out of DeLand will also be in the mix for playing time on the back line. Jones has worked hard to get herself healthy after some issues last season. She could play herself into some substantial minutes as a defender or as a midfielder. Mueller saw time in two games last season as a freshman and has the talent to become a regular contributor to the cause. The final defensive specialist on the roster is senior Lindsay Jowers (Port Orange, Fla.). As the season approached it became apparent that Jowers would not be able to play in her final campaign and is now listed as a medical retirement. Speaking to her incredible will and the respect given to her by her teammates she was still voted unanimously as one of the team captains. She will lead and support the squad from the sidelines in 2010.

Goalkeepers The Hatters have five goalkeepers on the roster this season including three seniors. One of those seniors has started between the posts for three seasons and is well prepared to lead the team and anchor the defense again in 2010. Andrea Garavaglia (Webster Groves, Mo.) has already established herself as one of the best stoppers all-time for a program rich in keeper tradition. She enters the season 2nd all-time in goals against average (1.41), 2nd in shutouts (14), and 4th in saves with 240. Last season she had a career-best G.A.A. of 1.26 and equaled her career-high of seven shutouts. Although all four remaining keepers are talented enough to take over the position if necessary, the competition for the #1 backup position is between senior Caitlin Peterson (Ocala, Fla.) and sophomore Laura Seletos (New Port Richey, Fla.). Peterson has held the support role for three seasons and has performed well whenever called upon. She played in two games as a freshman and two more as a sophomore. She is an outstanding student who spent this past spring semester studying overseas in Kenya. In Peterson’s absence Seletos seized the opportunity to begin her accent as the heir apparent to Garavaglia. She will look to gain as much experience as she can this season in preparation for a likely starting role beginning in 2011. Senior Rachel Allen (Lake Worth, Fla.) and freshman Amber James (Umatilla, Fla.) round out the Hatter roster in 2010. Allen is a player who inspires her teammates every day. For three years she has proven herself a leader and provided an example by working hard in practice day in and day out. James is a player that Hatters fans will want to keep an eye on. The Lake County Athlete of the Year is a very talented athlete with tremendous potential. Although she comes from a smaller high school program, she should certainly challenge for playing time after establishing herself at this level. After a strong season and coming up just shy of the A-Sun championship game last season, the Hatters are looking to take the next step in 2010. “We lost some very good players to graduation after last year. Players like Emily Yero, Elise Ketcham, Heather Berg and Emily Ware are hard to replace. We built our program around Yero, Elise was a four-year starter on defense, Bergy was a big time scorer, and Emily did some great things for us off the bench”, said Orlowski. “This new group of seniors represents one of the most successful four-year classes we have ever had here. They have what it takes and they deserve to go out with a ring”, she added. Once again this season Coach Orlowski has proven that Stetson is not one to shy away from tough opponents. In addition to its always-difficult Atlantic Sun schedule Stetson will be taking on a challenging non-conference slate. At home the Hatters will face Florida Atlantic (8/20), Miami (8/22), Embry-Riddle (8/26) and Virginia Commonwealth (9/3). On the road they will challenge Florida State (8/29), USF (9/5), Southeast Missouri State (9/10) and ArkansasLittle Rock (9/12).

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THE 2010 ROSTER No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

Major

GK

5-10

Sr

Webster Groves, Mo./Nerinx Hall

Psychology

1 Laura Seletos

GK

5-8

So

New Port Richey, Fla./Mitchell HS

Computer Info. Systems

2 Tessa Gavilsky

F/M

5-8

Sr

Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

Integrative Health Science

3 Lindsay Jowers

D

5-8

Sr

Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek HS

Rehabilitative Studies

4 Kristen Higel

D

5-10

Sr

St. Augustine, Fla./Bartram Trail HS

Integrative Health Science

5 Sammie Mathews

F

5-4

Fr

Palmetto, Fla./Palmetto HS

Integrative Health Science

6 Jennifer Raneri

D

5-8

Fr

Port St. Lucie, Fla./Treasure Coast HS General Studies

7 Alexis Hermosa

D/M

5-3

Jr

Orlando, Fla./Trinity Prep.

Integrative Health Science

8 Samantha Jones

D/M

5-4

Jr

DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

Integrative Health Science

9 Kristen Mueller

D

5-8

So

DeLand, Fla./Mainland HS

Undecided

10 Sarah Rodriguez

M/F

4-11

Jr

Deltona, Fla./DeLand HS

Management

11 Kaitlyn Jones

F

5-3

Fr

DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

Psychology

12 Courtney Jenista

F

5-6

Jr

Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic

Biology

13 Kaisi Hartwick

M

5-6

So

Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

Finance

14 Jennifer Rinaberger

M

5-3

Jr

Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS

Finance

15 Natalie Simon

F

5-5

Sr

Lauderhill. Fla./Ft. Lauderdale HS

Business Administration

16 Samantha Snyder

M

5-1

Jr

Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS

Integrative Health Science

17 Chelsea Cabarcas

M

5-6

Fr

College Point, NY/Bayside HS

General Studies

F/D

5-8

Fr

Jacksonville, N.C./Taylor HS

Undecided

19 Alyssa Welsh

F

5-8

Fr

Edison, NJ/Bishop George Ahr HS

Elementary Education

20 Crossley Simmons

M

5-5

Jr

Winfield, Ill./St. Francis Prep HS

Environmental Science

21 Jenny Agranoff

D

5-5

Sr

Cape Coral, Fla./Ft. Myers HS

Integrative Health Science

M/F

5-6

Sr

Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin HS

Integrative Health Science

24 Virginia Davis

D

5-6

Fr

Deltona, Fla./Deland HS

Chemistry

25 Mary Salfer-Hobbs

M

5-5

So

Neptune Beach, Fla./Fletcher HS

Religious Studies

26 Shanna Krysalka

M

5-5

Fr

Ocala, Fla./Forest HS

Undecided

28 Caitlin Peterson

GK

5-7

Sr

Ocala, Fla./Vanguard HS

Biology

30 Rachel Allen

GK

5-7

Sr

Lake Worth, Fla./Cardinal Newman

English

31 Amber James

GK

5-9

Fr

Umatilla, Fla./Umatilla HS

Undecided

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Andrea Garavaglia

18 Ciarra Britt

22 Katie Bitetto

Head Coach Assistant Coach Team Trainer

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Julie Orlowski (FIU ‘91, 10th season) Brittany Jones (Stetson ’06, 4th season) Jamie McClure (Georgia ‘02, 7th season)

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Jenny Agranoff Defender 5-5 Sr Cape Coral, Fla./Fort Myers HS

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2009: Played in career-high 15 games with three starts... Picked up first career point with an assist in Stetson’s 7-0 win over EmbryRiddle (8/27)... Played career-high 90 minutes against Army (9/4)... Earned Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team honors for the 4th straight season. 2008: Played in 14 games with 10 starts... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. 2007: Played in one game as a redshirt freshman… 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 Integrative 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 2009 15 1 Totals 30 1

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G 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 1 1

Pts 0 0 0 1 1

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Rachel Ra chel Allen

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Goalkeeper 5-7 Sr Lake Worth, Fla./Cardinal Newman HS 2009: Did not see action as a junior... An inspirational member of the team that works incredibly hard in practice. 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.


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Katie Bitetto

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

2009: Started all 20 games for the Hatters... Combined with Tessa Gavilsky to form the most prolific scoring duo in the Atlantic Sun Conference (51 pts)... Led the A-Sun with career-high 11 assists... Set Stetson season assist record... Tied for 12th in the nation with 0.55 assists per game... Finished 3rd on team and tied for 5th in conference in scoring with career-high 21 points... Scored a goal and delivered two assists in Stetson’s 7-0 win over ETSU... Earned Academic AllConference honors for the 3rd straight season. 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. 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 All-Conference 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 Integrative Health Science at Stetson. Bitetto’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2007 19 10 2008 19 12 2009 20 31 Totals 58 53

G 1 1 5 7

A 3 2 11 16

Pts 5 4 21 30

Andrea Garavaglia

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

2009: Started all 20 games in goal for the Hatters... Finished 2nd in the conference in saves with 96 and in shutouts with seven... Was 6th in the A-Sun in goals against average at 1.26... Had 10 saves in road win over Mercer (9/27)... Nine saves in 2-1 win over USC Upstate... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the 3rd consecutive year... Moved up to 3rd all-time at Stetson in career shutouts with 14 and 4th in career saves with 240. 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 All-Conference. 2007: Started all 19 games as a freshman… Earned shutouts against Tennessee Tech, JU, and Lipscomb… 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 2007 19/19 1741 69 2008 18/18 1643 75 2009 20/20 1856 96 Totals 37/37 5240 240

GA 31 25 26 82

GAA 1.60 1.37 1.26 1.41

Sho 3 4 7 14

W-L-T 8-10-1 3-6-2 11-7-2 22-23-5

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Tessa Gavilsky Gavilsky MF/Forward 5-8 Sr Granite City, Ill./Granite City HS

2009: Started all 20 games... Named the A-Sun’s Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season... First Team All-Conference... Became Stetson’s all-time leading scorer with 74 career points... Also moved into all-time team lead in goals with 27 and assists with 20... Led the A-Sun in scoring (30 pts), goals (11), and game-winning goals (6)... Second in the league in assists with eight... Scored hat trick in 7-0 win over Embry-Riddle (8/27)... Picked up a goal and two assists in 4-2 win over UNF (10/9)... Had an 8-game scoring streak... Combined with Katie Bitetto to form the top scoring duo in the A-Sun (51 pts). 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 2009 20 76 Totals 57 175

10

G 5 11 11 27

A 5 7 8 20

Kristen Higel

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Pts 15 29 30 74

STETSON UNIVERSITY

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

2009: Played in all 20 games with 19 starts as a junior... Played 90 minutes or more in 10 games... Picked up first career assist in 2-1 win over Campbell (10/31)... Helped lead team to 0.35 shutout average (5th best in A-Sun)... Team was 5th in the league for goals allowed with 26... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive season. 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 2009 20 5 Totals 46 10

G 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 1 1

Pts 0 2 1 3


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Lindsa Lind sayy Jowers

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

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

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2010: Medically retired as a senior due to previous injuries... So highly thought of by her teammates that she was still voted as one of the team’s three captains for 2010 along with Tessa Gavilsky and Kristen Higel. 2009: Played in one game as a junior... Saw action against the University of Tennessee-Martin... Picked up her first career assist in 1-0 win over UT-Martin (9/6). 2008: Was not able to see action due to injury... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive year. 2007: Was redshirted 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.

2009: Once again the #1 backup at the goalkeeper position... Did not see action as a junior... An outstanding student-athlete who earned Academic All-conference honors for the 3rd consecutive year. 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. 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 All-Academic Team. High School: Played for Ron Boddy, Fulton Gomez, and Ray Moore at Vanguard HS... Named Second Team AllArea... 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).

Jowers’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 0 0 2009 2 0 Totals 2 0

Peterson’s Career Stats Year GP/GS Minutes Saves 2007 2/0 23 0 2008 2/1 112 7 2009 0/0 0 0 Totals 4/1 135 7

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 1 1

GA 0 5 0 5

GAA 0.00 4.03 0.00 3.33

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

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Natalie Simon

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

2009: Played in 18 of 20 games with four starts at forward... Finished tied for 5th on team in scoring with seven points... Scored a careerhigh three goals on the season... Scored a goal in Stetson’s 2-1 win over Campbell in the A-Sun quarterfinals (10/31)... Scored a goal and added an assist in 7-0 win over Embry-Riddle (8/27)... Scored a goal in two of the final three games of the season. 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 All-Conference honors for the second consecutive season. 2007: Played in 11 games as a freshman… Scored an unassisted goal, the first of her career, 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 2009 18 13 Totals 43 16

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G 1 0 3 4

A 0 1 1 2

Pts 2 1 7 10

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Alexis Hermosa Midfielder 5-3 Jr Orlando, Fla./Trinity Prep

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2009: Played and started in 18 games... A natural midfielder, she played a second season as a defender due to roster needs and was once again a mainstay on the back line... Helped lead the team to six of its seven shutouts... Played every minute on the field in 15 of 18 games... Picked up a pair of shots in Stetson’s 1-0 win at Lipscomb (10/16) 2008: Was voted to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team... Played and started in 18 games as a freshman... A tough defender, 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… Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson. Hermosa’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 18 15 2009 18 7 Totals 36 22

G 1 0 1

A 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 2


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Courtney Jenista

Samantha Jones

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

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

2009: Played in 19 games with 15 starts... Finished 4th on the team in scoring with eight points... Had career-highs with three goals and two assists... Tied for second on team in game-winning goals with two... Scored game-winner in 3-2 win at Mercer (9/27) and again in 2-1 win at USC Upstate (10/23)... Scored a goal in 2-2 tie with Jacksonville (10/11)... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive season. 2008: Played in 18 games with 10 starts as a freshman... Picked up her first career assist in 3-2 win over EmbryRiddle (9/14)... Has two shots in a game twice (9/21 vs. Liberty and 10/10 vs. Jacksonville)... Was named to the A-Sun All-Academic 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 2009 19 21 Totals 37 26

G 0 3 3

A 1 2 3

8

2009: Played in one game as a sophomore... Saw action against the University of TennesseeMartin. 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 junior… 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 Integrative Health Science at Stetson. Jones’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 0 0 2009 1 0 Totals 1 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Pts 1 8 9

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Jennifer Rinaberger

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

Sarah Rodriguez MF/Forward 4-11 Jr Deltona, Fla/DeLand HS

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2009: Played in two games as a sophomore... Played 13 minutes in 7-0 win over Embry-Riddle (8/27) and 15 minutes in 1-0 win over TennesseeMartin (9/6)... Earned Academic All-Conference honors for the second consecutive year. 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.

2009: Played in 11 games as a sophomore... Delivered her first career assist in 7-0 win over East Tennessee State (10/25)... Put up shots against Embry-Riddle, Tennessee-Martin and Lipscomb. 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.

Rinaberger’s Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2008 0 0 0 2009 2 0 0 Totals 2 0 0

Rodriguez’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 11 5 2009 11 3 Totals 22 8

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A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

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G 1 0 1

A 0 1 1

Pts 2 1 3


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Crossley Simmons

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Defender 5-5 Jr Winfield, IL/St. Francis Prep HS

2009: A strong and intimidating presence in the midfield... Played in all 20 games with 13 starts as a sophomore... Tied for 8th on the team in scoring with four points... Scored a goal in Stetson’s 7-0 win over Embry-Riddle (8/27)... Scored a goal in the team’s 7-0 win over ETSU (10/25)... Picked up two shots against FGCU and Jacksonville... Earned Academic all-Conference honors for the second consecutive year. 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… Majoring in Environmental Science at Stetson. Simmons’ Career Stats Year GP Sh 2008 18 16 2009 20 13 Totals 38 29

G 3 2 5

A 0 0 0

Samantha Snyder

16

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

2009: Played in 14 games with seven starts as a sophomore... Picked up her first career assist and played a season-high 54 minutes in Stetson’s 7-0 win over Embry-Riddle (8/27)... Earned Academic allconference honors for the second consecutive season. 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 2009 14 1 Totals 30 6

G 1 0 1

A 0 1 1

Pts 2 1 3

Pts 6 4 10

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Kaisi Hartwick

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

2009: Played in 19 of 20 games as a freshman... Tied for 8th on the team in scoring with four points... Scored her first collegiate goal in a 3-2 win at Mercer (9/27)... Scored her second goal in 4-2 win over North Florida (10/9)... Had two shots against FGCU (10/5)... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. 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. Hartwick’s Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2009 19 8 2

16

A 0

Pts 4

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

9

2009: Played in two games as a freshman picking up 23 minutes against Tennessee-Martin and 16 minutes versus Kennesaw State... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Graduated from Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, Florida... 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... Undecided on a major at Stetson. Mueller’s Career Stats Year GP Sh 2009 2 0

G 0

A 0

Pts 0


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Mary Salfer-Hobbs

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Midfielder 5-5 So Neptune Beach, Fla./Fletcher HS

2009: Did not play for the team in 2009. 2008: Played in one game as a freshman for the Hatters... Earned Academic All-Conference honors. High School: Graduated from Fletcher High School in Neptune Beach, Florida... Played four years of varsity soccer and ran three years of varsity cross country ... Wendy’s High School Heisman winner... Second Team All-Conference three years... All-Conference runner twice and won the Most Heart in Competition Award... A Presidential Academic Scholar, AP Scholar and member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Deborah Salfer and Hurshel Hobbs of Neptune Beach, Fla... Born October 2, 1990 in Honolulu, Hawaii... Majoring in Religious Studies at Stetson. Salfer-Hobbs’ Career Stats Year GP Sh G 2008 1 0 0

A 0

Pts 0

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

1

2009: Did not see action in the net as a freshman. The heir apparent behind senior goalkeeper Andrea Garavaglia... Earned Academic Allconference honors. 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 RunnerUp finish 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 field... 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.

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Ciarra Britt Forward/Defender 5-8 Fr Jacksonville, NC/Taylor HS

18

High School: Graduated from T. DeWitt Taylor High School in Pierson, Florida... A three-time team MVP who was named First Team All-Area as a senior and earned All-County honors twice... Last year she helped lead her team to a school record 12-6-2 finish.... The team was District Runners Up in both 2007 and 2008... Scored 40 goals in one season... Also played volleyball, softball, and was a member of the weightlifting team... A two-time Third Team All-Conference Team member in volleyball... Off the field Britt was a member of the National Honor Society, Tomorrow’s Leaders, and was Vice President of the Beta Club. Personal: Daughter of Sara and Eric Britt of DeLeon Springs, Florida... Born January 12, 1992 in Jacksonville, North Carolina... Undecided on a major at Stetson.

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Chelsea Cabarcas Midfielder 5-6 Fr College Point, NY/Bayside HS

17

High School: Graduated from Bayside High School in Bayside, New York... An attacking midfielder at Bayside who was also on the roster for the Colombian National U17 team as well as the Eastern ODP 92’s... Played under head coach Kazbek Tambi. Personal: Born May 19, 1992 in New York... Daughter of Miguelina and Marcos Cabarcas of College Point, New York... Majoring in General Studies at Stetson... Would like to go on to play pro soccer and become a cosmetic dentist.


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Virginia Virgin ia Davis Defender 5-6 Fr DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

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High School: Graduated from DeLand High School in DeLand, Florida... She played soccer and participated in track and field for the Bulldogs... In soccer she was named MVP and was the team captain as a junior and a senior... Off the field she was a four-year honor roll student who finished in the top 10% of her class. Personal: Born February 2, 1992 in the Bronx, New York... Daughter of Dania and Elvin Davis of Deltona, Florida... Majoring in Chemistry... She chose Stetson so she could play Division I soccer and study biology and chemistry.

Amber James Goalkeeper 5-9 Fr Umatilla, Fla./Umatilla HS

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High School: Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Umatilla High School in Umatilla, Florida... Earned three varsity letters in soccer, four in softball, and one in volleyball... Was named the school’s Athlete of the Year... Team MVP in 2009 and 2010... All-County Honorable Mention as a sophomore... All-County Second Team as a junior and senior... Started every game in her final three years... Lake County Scholar Athlete of the Year... Helped lead team to District Runner Up finish and Highest Academic Average... Named a 2010 Disney Dreamer and Doer... Maintained the highest academic average in Math and English in four years of study... Mathlympics Team, Spanish Club and National Honor Society member. Personal: Born April 22, 1992 in Ocala, Florida... Daughter of Brenda and Dale James of Umatilla... Undecided on a major at Stetson.

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Kaitlyn Jones Forward 5-3 Fr DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS

11

High School: Graduated from DeLand High School in DeLand, Florida... She was the leading scorer for the Bulldogs as a senior finishing with 30 goals and 14 assists for 74 points... She tallied 150 career points with 57 goals and 36 assists... Set a school record for the most points scored within a 10-game period... Team won a District 6A championship... Also played flag football at DHS. Personal: Born June 27, 1992 in Fredericksburg, Virginia... Daughter of Debra and Robert Jones of Lake Helen, Florida... Majoring in Psychology at Stetson and would like to become a criminal profiler after graduation.

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Shanna Krysalka Midfielder 5-5 Fr Ocala, Fla./Forest HS

26

High School: Graduated from Forest High School in Ocala, Florida... Earned six varsity letters in soccer, track and flag football... In soccer earned First Team All-County as a senior and Second Team All-County as a junior... One of the top goal scorers all three years... Member of the FHSAA Academic Team for two years. Personal: Born May 1, 1992 in Ocala, Florida... Daughter of Carla and Daniel Krysalka of Ocala, Florida... Undecided on a major... Chose Stetson because she loved the campus, coach and team, and it is close to home.


T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Sammie Mathews Forward 5-4 Fr Palmetto, Fla./Palmetto HS

Jennifer Raneri

5

6

Defender 5-8 Fr Port St. Lucie, Fla./Treasure Coast HS

High School: Graduated from Palmetto High School in Palmetto, Florida... Earned two varsity letters as a member of the soccer team... As a senior she was team captain and led the Tigers in goals scored... She finished with 20 goals and 16 assists for 56 points... Scored a hat trick against rival school... Helped lead her team to the regional playoffs two consecutive seasons... 2006 Disney Tournament champions... 2009 Savannah Cup finalist... Off the field she was a member of the National Honor Society and is in the top 8% of her class. Personal: Born March 17, 1993 in Bradenton, Florida... Daughter of Lisa and Tyler Mathews... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson... Chose the school because it is Division I and has a great academic reputation.

High School: Graduated from Treasure Coast High School in Port St. Lucie, Florida... Played soccer under head coach BJ Busutil... She was team MVP, First Team All-Conference, and First Team All-Area in each of her four years... Earned First Team All-State and First team All-Region as a senior... Scored 30 goals and 35 assists in her career... Holds the record for assists in a season... Also participated in track... Holds the record for the 800 meter run. Personal: Daughter of Francine and John Raneri of Port St. Lucie, Florida... Majoring in General Studies at Stetson.

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T H E 2 0 1 0 H AT T E R S Alyssa Welsh

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Forward 5-8 Fr Edison, NJ/Bishop George Ahr HS

High School: Graduated from Bishop George Ahr High School in Edison, New Jersey... Earned NSCAA High School All-America honors in 2009... As a junior she led her team to a 16-2-1 record and a Division Championship... Her team reached the County Finals for the first time in 26 years... She earned Home News Player of the Year in 2009 and Star Ledger County Player of the year in 2008... Earned All-Conference honors three times, as well as All-Division and State ODP four times... She set school records of 42 goals as a senior, and 107 goals in her career. Personal: Born May 21, 1992 in Edison, New Jersey... Daughter of Sue and Tom Welsh of Edison, New Jersey... Majoring in Elementary Education at Stetson... After graduating she would like to become an elementary school teacher and play soccer.

A-SUN WOMEN’S SOCCER 2010 PRESEASON POLL Rank School (First Place Votes) 1. Kennesaw State (8) 2. FGCU (1) 3. Belmont T4. Jacksonville T4. Mercer 6. Stetson 7. Campbell 8. ETSU 9. UNF 10. Lipscomb 11. USC Upstate

Votes 117 100 96 80 80 74 55 45 44 22 13

Tournament Champion: KSU (11 Votes)

2010 A-SUN PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Pos. Name (Class) GK Sari Lin (Jr.) D Kacie Hudson (Sr.) D KC Correllus (Jr.) D Jessica Rix (Sr.) MF * Jessica Hurtado (Jr.) MF Olivia Tucker (Jr.) MF Jayme Trocino (Sr.) MF/F * Tessa Gavilsky (Sr.) F Erica Carter (Sr.) F Kristin Marietta (Jr.) F Eva Leeper (So.) * - Unanimous Selection

School Belmont Mercer FGCU Belmont Jacksonville Mercer Belmont Stetson Belmont KSU Jacksonville

Preseason Player of the Year: Jessica Hurtado, MF, Jacksonville

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2009 SEASON REVIEW 2009 Individual Statistics # 2 11 22 12 18 15 19 20 13 4 10 21 16 3 7 5 23 24 17 14 9 8 6

Name GP-GS G GAVILSKY, Tessa 20-20 11 BERG, Heather 20-20 9 BITETTO, Katie 20-20 5 JENISTA, Courtney 19-15 3 YERO, Emily 20-20 3 SIMON, Natalie 18-4 3 WARE, Emily 20-2 0 SIMMONS, Crossley 20-13 2 HARTWICK, Kassandra 19-0 2 HIGEL, Kristen 20-19 0 RODRIGUEZ, Sarah 11-0 0 AGRANOFF, Jenny 15-3 0 SNYDER, Samantha 14-7 0 JOWERS, Lindsay 2-0 0 HERMOSA, Alexis 18-18 0 KETCHAM, Elise 18-18 0 CROMWELL, Christina 20-9 0 MATTHEWS, Kate 3-0 0 SEFCZEK, Danielle 3-1 0 RINABERGER, Jennifer 2-0 0 MUELLER, Kristen 2-0 0 JONES, Samantha 1-0 0 CORBYONS, Cassandra 12-11 0 Total 20 38 Opponents 20 26

A 8 4 11 2 1 1 7 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 24

2009 Results

Pts Sh Shot% SOG 30 76 .145 44 22 49 .184 31 21 31 .161 18 8 21 .143 10 7 26 .115 8 7 13 .231 8 7 15 .000 4 4 13 .154 6 4 8 .250 5 1 5 .000 4 1 3 .000 1 1 1 .000 0 1 1 .000 0 1 0 .000 0 0 7 .000 1 0 4 .000 2 0 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 115 274 .139 142 76 255 .102 128

SOG% .579 .633 .581 .476 .308 .615 .267 .462 .625 .800 .333 .000 .000 .000 .143 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .518 .502

GW 6 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7

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

Overall: 11-7-2 Home: 6-4-1 Date Aug 21 Aug 23 Aug 27 Aug 30 Sep 04 Sep 06 Sep 11 Sep 20 Sep 25 Sep 27 Oct 01 Oct 05 Oct 09 Oct 11 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 23 Oct 25 Oct 31 Nov 05

A-Sun: 6-2-2 Away: 3-1-1

Neutral:2-2-0

Opponent Result Score Attend FIU L 0-3 225 at Florida Atlantic W 2-0 294 EMBRY-RIDDLE W 7-0 194 #5 FLORIDA STATE L 0-3 410 vs ARMY L 0-2 55 vs UTM W 1-0 60 vs JSU W 1-0 93 USF L O2 2-3 298 at Kennesaw State* L 0-3 437 at Mercer* W 3-2 321 CAMPBELL* W 2-0 262 FGCU* L 1-2 205 NORTH FLORIDA* W 4-2 205 JACKSONVILLE* T O2 2-2 175 at Lipscomb* W 1-0 98 at Belmont* T O2 1-1 212 USC UPSTATE* W 2-1 238 ETSU* W 7-0 257 CAMPBELL# W 2-1 317 vs Belmont# L 0-1 232

ALL CAPS - Home match *A-Sun match # A-Sun Tournament match

2009 Goaltending Statistics # Name 00 GARAVAGLIA, Andrea TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP-GS 20-20 20 20

Minutes GA 1854:20 26 0:00 0 1854:20 26 1854:20 38

Avg Saves Pct 1.26 96 .787 0.00 6 1.000 1.26 102 .797 1.84 104 .732

W 11 0 11 7

L 7 0 7 11

T Sho Shots 2 7.0 248 0 0.0 0 2 7 248 2 5 271

2009 Statistics Breakdown By Period GOALS Stetson Opponents SHOTS Stetson Opponents SAVES Stetson Opponents CORNER KICKS Stetson Opponents

1ST 15 14

2ND 23 11

OT 0 0

OT2 0 1

TOTALS 38 26

121 139

149 111

3 1

1 4

274 255

53 46

47 55

1 2

1 1

102 104

46 46

64 42

1 1

0 2

111 91

W 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 2 2 0

L 3 1 2 2 1 4 4 6 6 8 10

T 0 3 2 2 4 1 2 0 2 0 0

Pts. 21 21 20 20 19 16 14 12 8 6 0

Overall

Teams Kennesaw State Belmont FGCU Stetson Jacksonville Mercer Campbell ETSU UNF Lipscomb USC Upstate

A-Sun

2009 Atlantic Sun Conference Results W 11 10 11 11 9 9 9 5 5 4 0

L 7 6 5 6 7 7 9 13 11 15 19

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

Pct. .611 .600 .657 .625 .550 .556 .500 .278 .342 .211 .000

Emily Yero

2009 Game Highs STETSON POINTS .................... 22 ............... vs ETSU (Oct 25) GOALS ...................... 7 ................ vs ETSU (Oct 25) .................................... 7 ... vs Embry-Riddle (Aug 27) ASSISTS ................... 8 ................ vs ETSU (Oct 25) SHOTS ..................... 29 ... vs USC Upstate (Oct 23) SHOTS ON GOAL .... 14 ............... vs ETSU (Oct 25) ................................... 14 ... vs USC Upstate (Oct 23) SAVES ...................... 10 ............. at Mercer (Sep 27) CORNER KICKS ...... 13 ... vs USC Upstate (Oct 23) FOULS ...................... 19 ............ at Belmont (Oct 18) OPPONENTS POINTS .................... 10 ................ at KSU (Sep 25) GOALS ...................... 3 ................. at KSU (Sep 25) .................................... 3 ................. vs USF (Sep 20) .................................... 3 ....vs Florida State (Aug 30) .................................... 3 .................. vs FIU (Aug 21) ASSISTS ................... 4 ................. at KSU (Sep 25) SHOTS ..................... 26 ................ vs USF (Sep 20) SHOTS ON GOAL .... 12 .............at Mercer (Sep 27) ................................... 12 ................ vs USF (Sep 20) SAVES ...................... 12 ... vs USC Upstate (Oct 23) ................................... 12 ......... at Lipscomb (Oct 16) CORNER KICKS ...... 11 ...vs Florida State (Aug 30) FOULS ...................... 17 ................ vs USF (Sep 20)

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2009 SEASON REVIEW 2009 Atlantic Sun All-Conference FIRST TEAM POS. NAME SCHOOL GK Sari Lin Belmont D Katherine Correllus FGCU D Bridget Gaughan Kennesaw State D Gretchen Sutch Belmont MF Tessa Gavilsky Stetson MF Amber McCall FGCU MF Olivia Tucker Mercer MF Jayme Trocino Belmont F Erica Carter Belmont F Caitlin Dingle Kennesaw State F Jordan Monty ETSU SECOND TEAM GK Stephanie Powers FGCU D Devon Dowell Jacksonville D Kacie Hudson Mercer D Marisa Muller Campbell MF Jessica Hurtado Jacksonville MF Liz Fink Jacksonville MF Maylee Attin-Johnson Kennesaw State F Kristin Marietta Kennesaw State F Heather Berg Stetson F Sara Elliot Mercer F Katelin Swift UNF ATLANTIC SUN ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM D Ashlee Barrow USC Upstate D Jeannie Borda Campbell D Christina Cromwell Stetson D Jade Dempster Kennesaw State MF Danielle Faller FGCU MF Laura Harris* Belmont F Lisa Hensley Jacksonville F Michele Larrinaga UNF F Eva Leeper Jacksonville D Patricia Anne Upson Mercer D Katie Wood Lipscomb Player of the Year: Tessa Gavilsky, Stetson Def. Player of the Year: Bridget Gaughan, KSU Freshman of the Year: Danielle Faller, FGCU Coach of the Year: Lisa Howe, Belmont

2009 Hatters POW

2009 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship October 30-November 7, Kennesaw, Ga. All-Tournament Team

Tournament Results Wednesday, November 5 - First Round #4 Jacksonville 2 vs. #5 Mercer 1 (JU in PK’s) #3 Stetson 2 vs. #6 Campbell 1 Thursday, November 6 - Semifinals #1 KSU 1 vs. #4 JU 0 (ot) #2 Belmont 1 vs. #3 Stetson 0 Saturday, November 8 - Finals #1 KSU 2 vs. #2 Belmont 1

Staci Pugh ................................................... KSU Bridget Gaughan ......................................... KSU Maylee Attin-Johnson .................................. KSU Caitlin Dingle ............................................... KSU Thais Gibson ............................................... KSU Jade Dempster ............................................ KSU Sari Lin ...................................................Belmont Elizabeth Bublis ......................................Belmont Emily Yero ...............................................Stetson Alexa Rooney ................................................. JU Tournament MVP ....................... Staci Pugh, KSU

Hatters Among 2009 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 2009 ....................Julie Orlowski ...............11-7-2 Orlowski Totals ........ 9 years ............... 73-83-15 Totals .....................17 years .......... 124-171-21

INDIVIDUALS Shots (1st) Tessa Gavilsky .......................................... 76 (5th) Heather Berg ............................................. 49 Points (1st) Tessa Gavilsky .......................................... 30 (3rd) Heather Berg ............................................ 22 (5th) Katie Bitetto ............................................... 21 Goals (1st) Tessa Gavilsky .......................................... 11 (3rd) Heather Berg .............................................. 9 Assists (1st) Katie Bitetto ............................................... 11 (2nd) Tessa Gavilsky ........................................... 8 (3rd tie) Emily Ware ............................................. 7 Game-Winning Goals (1st) Tessa Gavilsky ............................................ 6 Goals Against Average (6th) Andrea Garavaglia ................................. 1.26 Saves (2nd) Andrea Garavaglia ................................... 96 Shutouts (2nd tie) Andrea Garavaglia ................................ 7 TEAM Shots ......................... 3rd ............................... 274 Points ........................ 2nd ............................... 115 Goals ..........................1st .................................. 38 Goals Per Game ........ 2nd .............................. 1.90 Assists ....................... 2nd ................................. 39 Assists Per Game ...... 2nd .............................. 1.95 Goals Allowed ............ 5th.................................. 26 Goals Against Avg ..... 6th............................... 1.26 Saves ........................ 4th................................ 102 Shutouts .................... 4th.................................... 7 Corner Kicks ...............1st .................................111

Heather Berg (Offensive).........................10/26/09

2009 Stetson Academic All-Conference Honorees Jenny Agranoff Katie Bitetto C. Corbyons C. Cromwell Andrea Garavaglia Kassie Hartwick Kristen Higel

Courtney Jenista Elise Ketcham Kate Matthews Kristen Mueller Caitlin Peterson Jenn. Rinaberger Danielle Sefczek

Laura Seletos Crossley Simmons Samantha Snyder Emily Ware Emily Yero

The Last Time A Hatter... Scored 3 goals ....................................................................... Tessa Gavilsky vs Embry-Riddle (8/27/09) .............................................................................................................Heather Berg vs. ETSU (10/25/09) Scored 4 goals ...................................................................................Heather Berg vs. ETSU (10/25/09) Recorded 3 assists ................................................................................Emily Ware vs ETSU (10/25/09) Recorded 10 or more shots ............................................Tessa Gavilsky 12 vs USC Upstate (10/23/09) 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 ............................................... (10) Andrea Garavaglia at Mercer (9/27/09)

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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 8 assists ...................................................................................................vs ETSU (10/25/09) 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 Tenn-Martin (9/6/09) & vs Jackson State (9/11/09) 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 POINTS 1. 74 ............ Tessa Gavilsky .....2007-present 2. 70 .............. Kristy Porcelli ................1996-99 3. 59 ............... Melissa This ................1994-97 4. 53 ............... Sarah Stock .................2003-07 5. 50 ..............Emma Astrom ................2000-03 6. 46 .............. Carrie Lorenz ................2001-04 7. 42 ............ Melissa Streeter ..............1993-96 GOALS 1. 27 .............. Kristy Porcelli ................1996-99 1. 27 ............ Tessa Gavilsky .....2007-present 3. 25 ............... Melissa This ................1994-97 4. 22 ............... Sarah Stock .................2003-07 5. 17 .............. Carrie Lorenz ................2001-04 6. 16 ..............Emma Astrom ................2000-03 6. 16 ............ Melissa Streeter ..............1993-96 ASSISTS 1. 20 ............ Tessa Gavilsky .....2007-present 1. 18 ..............Emma Astrom ................2000-03 3. 16 .............. Kristy Porcelli ................1996-99 3. 16 .............. Katie Bitetto .......2007-present 5. 13 .............. Kelly Cashion ................1993-96 6. 12 .............. Carrie Lorenz ................2001-04 7. 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. 240 ......... 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. 1.41 ......... 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. 14 ......... Andrea Garavaglia ..2007-Present 4. 7 ................ Sylvia Vigil .................1993-96

All-Time Honor Roll 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 ..............................................2009 Tessa Gavilsky ..............................................2008 Kelsey Kramer ...............................................2007 April Eilering ..................................................2006 Brittany Jones ................................................2006 Kelsey Kramer ...............................................2006 Sarah Stock ...................................................2006 Emma Astrom ...............................................2003 Carrie Lorenz .................................................2003

Hatters in the A-Sun Record Book 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 15. 240 ......... Andrea Garavaglia 2007-present LOWEST SEASON GAA 10. 0.78 ..............April Eilering .................... 2003 LOWEST CAREER GAA 8. 1.03 ................April Eilering ...............2003-06 SEASON SHUTOUTS T5. 10 .................April Eilering .................... 2006 T7. 9 ...................April Eilering .................... 2003 CAREER SHUTOUTS 1. 29 ...................April Eilering ...............2003-06 10. 17 ...............Genevieve Roy .........1997-2000

Individual Single Game Leaders POINTS 1. 10 ...... Heather Berg vs. ETSU ......... 10/25/09 2. 7 ... Jennifer Colley vs Troy State ..... 10/12/03 3. 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 6 .... Tessa Gavilsky vs. ERAU.......... 8/27/09 GOALS 1. 4 ........Heather Berg vs ETSU ........... 10/25/09 2. 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 3 ...... Tessa Gavilsky vs ERAU ........... 8/27/09 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 3 ......... Emily Ware vs ETSU ............ 10/25/09 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 Second-Team All-Conference Heather Berg .................................................2009 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 Conference All-Freshmen Team Christina Cromwell ........................................2009 Alexis Hermosa .............................................2008 Tessa Gavilsky ..............................................2007 Heather Berg .................................................2006 April Eilering .................................................2003 Carrie Lorenz .................................................2001 Conference Offensive Player of the Year Tessa Gavilsky ..............................................2009 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 Season Records WINS .................................... 12 .................. 1996 CONSECUTIVE WINS .......... 6 ................... 2003 ............................................... 6 ................... 1996 LOSSES ............................... 14 .................. 1998 WIN PCT. ..............................600 ........ 96, 06, 09 POINTS ............................... 115 ................. 2009 GOALS ................................. 38 .................. 2009 ASSISTS .............................. 39 .................. 2009 GOALS AGAINST AVG. ....0.97 ................ 2004 SHUTOUTS .......................... 10 .................. 2006 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED .. 17 .................. 2004 SAVES................................. 168 ................. 1999

Team Single Game Records POINTS ...30 vs South Carolina State .....10/15/02 GOALS ....12 vs South Carolina State .....10/15/02 ASSISTS ............. 8 vs ETSU .................10/25/09 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 Emily Yero .....................................................2009 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 Heather Berg ...........................................10/26/09 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. 30 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2009 2. 29 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2008 3. 25 ................. Melissa This ..................... 1996 3. 25 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1999 5. 23 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1996 6. 22 ................ Heather Berg ..................... 2009 7. 21 ................ Carrie Lorenz ..................... 2003 7. 21 .................Katie Bitetto ..................... 2009 9. 19 .............. Melissa Streeter .................. 1996 GOALS 1. 12 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1999 2. 11 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2009 2. 11 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2008 4. 10 ................. Melissa This ..................... 1996 4. 10 ................ Kristy Porcelli ..................... 1996 6. 9 ................. Melissa This ..................... 1995 6. 9 ................ Heather Berg ..................... 2009 8. 8 ................. Sarah Stock ...................... 2007 9. 7 ................ Carrie Lorenz ..................... 2001 9. 7 .............. Melissa Streeter .................. 1996 ASSISTS 1. 11 .................Katie Bitetto ..................... 2009 1. 9 ................ Carrie Lorenz ..................... 2003 3. 8 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2009 4. 7 ................ Emma Astrom..................... 2001 4. 7 .............. Tessa Gavilsky ................... 2008 5. 6 ................ Emma Astrom .................... 2000 5. 6 ................Kellie Cashion .................... 1998 5. 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. 1.26 .......... Andrea Garavaglia ................ 2009 5. 1.34 ................ April Eilering ...................... 2005 6. 1.37 .......... Andrea Garavaglia ................ 2008 7. 1.47 ............ Jessica Ruekberg.................. 1995 SHUTOUTS 1. 9 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2003 1. 9 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2006 3. 7 ................. April Eilering ...................... 2005 3. 7 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 1999 3. 7 ........... Andrea Garavaglia ................ 2009 6. 5 ............... Genevieve Roy.................... 2000

All-Time Series Records 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 Army ...............................0-1-0 ...... 2009 ...... 2009 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 ..........................5-6-1 ...... 1998 ...... 2009 Bucknell ..........................0-1-0 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Buffalo ............................0-0-1 ...... 1994 ...... 1994 Campbell ........................7-6-4 ...... 1996 ...... 2009 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 ..............................2-4-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2009 Embry-Riddle ..................5-0-0 ...... 1999 ...... 2009 Flagler ...........................1-0-0 ...... 2003 ...... 2003 Florida ............................0-1-0 ...... 1996 ...... 1996 Florida Atlantic ...............9-14-0 ..... 1993 ...... 2009 Florida Gulf Coast ..........1-2-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2009 Florida International .......3-12-1 ..... 1993 ...... 2009 Florida State ...................0-6-0 ...... 1997 ...... 2009 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 Jackson State .................1-0-0 ...... 2009 ...... 2009 Jacksonville ....................7-8-2 ...... 1995 ...... 2009 Jacksonville State ...........1-4-0 ...... 1996 ...... 2002 Kennesaw State .............1-3-1 ...... 2005 ...... 2009 Kent State .......................0-1-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2005 LaSalle ...........................1-0-0 ...... 2006 ...... 2006 Liberty .............................0-1-1 ...... 2001 ...... 2008

Opponent...................... W-L-T ..... First ...... Last Lipscomb ........................7-0-0 ...... 2001 ...... 2009 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 ............................6-5-1 ...... 1993 ...... 2009 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 ...................2-3-0 ...... 2005 ...... 2009 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 Southern Miss ................0-1-0 ...... 2004 ...... 2004 Stephen F. Austin ...........1-0-0 ...... 1998 ...... 1998 Tennessee-Martin ...........1-0-0 ...... 2009 ...... 2009 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 ..................3-0-0 ...... 2007 ...... 2009 USF ................................3-9-2 ...... 1996 ...... 2009 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 Wright State ....................0-1-0 ...... 1999 ...... 1999

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

Defender Christina Cromwell was named to the 2009 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 2009 .................................................. 11-7-2 Total ..........................................124-171-21 A-Sun Total...................................56-81-12

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Tessa Gavilsky was named the Atlantic Sun Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009.


Y E A R B Y Y E A R R E S U LT S 2009 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Record: 11-7-2 (6-2-2 A-Sun) Opponent Result Score FIU L 0-3 at FAU W 2-0 Embry-Riddle W 7-0 #5 FSU L 0-3 vs. Army L 0-2 vs. Tenn.-Martin W 1-0 vs. Jackson St. W 1-0 USF L o2 2-3 at Kennesaw State* L 0-3 at Mercer* W 3-2 Campbell* W 2-0 FGCU* L 1-2 UNF* W 4-2 Jacksonville* T o2 2-2 at Lipscomb* W 1-0 at Belmont* T os 1-1 USC Upstate* W 2-1 ETSU* W 7-0 A-Sun Tournament vs. Campbell W 2-1 vs. Belmont L 0-1 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* at Mercer* Gardner-Webb* Campbell* UNF* at Jacksonville* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* USC Upstate* ETSU* FGCU* A-Sun Tournament ETSU * A-Sun Game

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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 0-4 vs UMBC W 3-2 vs Elon W (2ot) 1-0 Kennesaw State* T 1-1 East Tennessee State* W 2-0 at Gardner-Webb* W 2-0 at Campbell* W 1-0 Lipscomb* W 5-0 Belmont* W 1-0 at #3 Florida State L 1-2 Mercer* L (ot) 0-1 at North Florida* W 1-0 at Jacksonville* W 2-1 Embry Riddle W 3-0 A-Sun Tournament vs Gardner-Webb W 2-0 vs Jacksonville L 0-1 * A-Sun Game 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* at Mercer* Jacksonville* A-Sun Tournament Gardner-Web Campbell * A-Sun match

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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* T(2ot) 0-0 UCF* L 0-1 at Florida Atlantic* L 0-2 Campbell* T(2ot) 2-2 Gardner-Webb* T(2ot) 0-0 at Jacksonville* T(2ot) 0-0 A-Sun Tournament vs Gardner-Webb L 1-4 * A-Sun match

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

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Y E A R B Y Y E A R R E S U LT S A-Sun Tournament Florida Atlantic * A-Sun match

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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 Samford* W 2-0 Wright State L 1-2 Elon L 0-3 Florida Atlantic* W 2-1 East Carolina L 0-2 Jacksonville* L 1-3 Embry-Riddle W 1-0 at Mercer* L 1-4 Troy State* W 3-1 Rollins W 3-0 A-Sun Tournament Jacksonville L 1-2 * A-Sun match

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

at South Florida at Georgia UCF* at Delaware at Drexel at Florida Atlantic* at Florida International* at Florida State St. Peter’s South Florida at UCF* Wagner Jacksonville * A-Sun match

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1-2 1-8 0-2 0-3 1-1 0-1 0-4 0-3 3-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-1

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

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

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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 Florida International* L(ot) 0-1 Florida Atlantic* L 0-1 Wofford W 2-1 Appalachian State L 2-3 at UNC-Wilmington W 4-1 at East Carolina W 2-0 at College of Charleston* L 1-2 College of Charleston* W 2-0 Davidson L 0-4 UCF* L 0-5 Jacksonville W 9-1 at Florida Atlantic* W 1-0 at Florida International* L 1-4 Nova Southeastern W 7-0 Dayton T(ot) 1-1 * A-Sun match 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 3-0 College of Charleston W 3-0

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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

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 .............................. 2006-09 Sofiya Alhassan ................................... 1993 Rachel Allen .................................. 2007-09 Carol Anderson .......................1998-2001 Emma Astrom .............................. 2000-03 Kristin Bartholomew ........................ 1993 Heather Berg ............................... 2006-09 Kelli Biferie ......................................... 1996 Katie Bitetto ................................. 2007-09 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 .................. 2007-09 Emily Cox............................................ 1995 Carolina Crevatin .............................. 2003 Christina Cromwell .......................... 2009 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 ....................... 2007-09 Tessa Gavilsky .............................. 2007-09

NAME ............................... YEAR(S) 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 Kassandra Hartwick ......................... 2009 Jennifer Hays................................. 2004-07 Theresa Henault .......................... 1995-97 Alexis Hermosa ........................... 2008-09 Candice Herrmann ........................... 1998 Kristen Higel ................................ 2007-09 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 .......................... 2008-09 Brittany Jones ............................... 2003-06 Samantha Jones ............................ 2008-09 Lindsay Jowers ............................. 2007-09 Lisa Karcinski ............................... 2001-04 Kim Kelly ............................................. 1993 Christa Kennon ........................... 2001-02 Elise Ketcham ............................... 2006-09 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............................. 2007-09 Angela McCornick ............................ 1994 Minka McDonald ............................... 1994 America McGinnis ............................ 1999 Brittany McHenry ............................. 2004 Dana Metzgar ...........................1998-2001

NAME ............................... YEAR(S) Jackie Moffat ................................. 2001-02 Kristen Mueller .................................. 2009 Katie Nestle ................................. 2002-04 Kim Oostdyk ........................... 2002, 2004 Kate O’Sullivan .................................. 1993 Lisa Overton ................................ 1997-98 Courtnay Paiva.........................1999-2001 Caitlin Peterson ........................... 2007-09 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 ..................... 2008-09 Sarah Rodriguez .......................... 2008-09 Genevieve Roy .........................1997-2000 Jessica Ruekberg ................................ 1995 Sharon Roff ......................................... 1993 Mackenzie Roy ................................... 2009 Maria Schmitz ..................................... 2000 Laura Seletos ...................................... 2009 Danielle Sefczek........................... 2006-09 Stephanie Sills............................... 2001-04 Crossley Simmons ...................... 2008-09 Natalie Simon ............................... 2007-09 Katie Smith ......................................... 1995 Janet Smout ........................................ 1993 Samantha Snyder ......................... 2008-09 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 .................................... 2006-09 Lisa Weaklim ................................. 2000-03 Stephanie Webb ........................... 2007-08 Amy Weber......................................... 1998 Becca Whitaker.................................. 1996 Marla Williams..........................1997-2000 Emily Yero...................................... 2006-09 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. Seventy-eight 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 duPontBall 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.

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P R E S I D E N T / AT H L E T I C S 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 26-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 14th year as Stetson’s Director of Athletics. During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fundraiser and a leader with an eye on the future, and is noted for his active participation in the NCAA governance structure.

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 communityengaged 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.

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 being promoted to Ticket Manager, Director of Athletic Promotions, and then Associate Athletic Director. In these rolls, he spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. He was named Director of Athletics in 1996. Altier also served as Tournament Manager for the NCAA Division I Southeast First and Second Round Men’s basketball tournament hosted by Stetson in 1993 and 1996 at the Orlando Arena, and as Tournament Director for the 1999 and 2004 tournament. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier, increasing scholarships, participation opportunities and staffing for women’s athletics. The unprecedented success of the women’s tennis, golf, soccer, basketball and softball teams in conference competition during Altier’s tenure are evidence of his commitment to women’s athletics. In fact, under his direction Stetson’s women’s and men’s teams have won an impressive 15 conference championships. A hallmark 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. Altier then turned his attention to construction of an on-campus softball facility, which broke ground in 2002 and was ready for competition in February of 2003. The Patricia Wilson Field has been named Collegiate Softball Field of the Year four times. He was also instrumental in securing new state-of-the-art field lighting for both the softball and soccer fields in 2005. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility for the use of Stetson student-athletes. Altier’s leadership has extended beyond campus, as he has taken on Atlantic Sun Conference leadership roles, chairing many committees and serving as conference vice-president. Additionally, he has served on the National Association of College Directors of Athletics Division IAAA board of directors, the NCAA A.E.C. Cabinet and is currently a member of the prestigious NCAA Leadership Council. Locally he has served as president of the DeLand Rotary Club, vice-president of the DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association, and is a graduate of Leadership DeLand and Leadership Orlando. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Sports Commission. Altier was honored as the West Volusia Sportsperson of the Year for 2004. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah (Booker) (Stetson B.A. ’82, M.Ed. ’96), and children Heath (Stetson M.B.A. ’09), 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

Tom Birney Director of Sales and Advertising

Lindsay Wightman Director of Tickets

Royce Horak Director of Operations for Events

Stacy Turner Assistant to the Athletics Director

Adam Deimling Men’s Soccer Athletic Trainer

Laura Flemal Athletic Department Secretary

Jan Usher Asst. AD for Academics/SWA

Dean Watson Sports Information Director

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AT L A N T I C S U N C O N F E R E N C E For more than 30 years the Atlantic Sun Conference has stood for achievement with integrity in both the academic and athletic arenas with a focus on the balance between the two for its student-athletes. The A-Sun boasts a blend of the most dynamic and prestigious private and public institutions in the region, with all committed to the conference goal of Building Winners for Life. BUILDING Continuing a tradition of academic achievement, a record 60 percent of all student-athletes earned All-Academic status during the 2009-10 academic year. Lipscomb edged out Belmont, the seven-time winner of the All-Academic Trophy, to win its first such trophy with close to 72 percent of its the student-athletes achieving All-Academic status with grade point averages of a 3.00, or better. Several Bisons teams received national recognition for their success in the classroom. Both the men’s and women’s track & field teams posted team GPAs among the top five in the nation - the only school in the country to boast that distinction. Jacksonville’s women’s track team received their ninth straight USTFCCCA All-Academic honor. Lipscomb’s women’s basketball team posted the ninth best GPA in the country and the conference champion volleyball team led five A-Sun schools in receiving an AVCA Team Academic Award. The Stetson men’s tennis team led the nation with nine student-athletes earning the honor of Scholar Athlete from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. A total of five A-Sun schools and 24 student-athletes received recogntion from the ITA. Stetson and Belmont joined only 16 other Division I schools considered an All-Academic squad in both men’s and women’s tennis. For the first time the NCAA released single-year APR for Division I head coaches in six sports dating back to 2003-04, the beginning of the program. All 11 A-Sun schools produced a coach who had a year of a perfect score of 1000 and the league produced a total of 25 seasons with scores of 1000. Seven of the conference’s men’s and women’s basketball recorded at least one score of 1000 and five teams had a score of 1000 in 2008-09, the most recent year recorded by the NCAA. WINNERS Four A-Sun teams received Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association All-Sports Trophies in recognition of their performances in NCAA postseason play. Lipscomb’s softball team, ETSU’s men’s tennis squad plus UNF’s men’s golf team and women’s tennis carried the conference to the third-highest total by any one conference. Golf continued to boom in the conference as three league members on the women’s side advanced to NCAA play for the first time in conference play. Women’s golf became the first sport in the conference to produce three NCAA participants since baseball in 2003. At the NCAA Regionals, ETSU’s Nina Muehl opened with an 8-under 64, the single lowest round carded in all of Division I golf and became just the second golfer from the A-Sun to earn a spot in the NCAA Championships The Ospreys’ men’s golf team spent the year ranked among the top programs in the country alongside ETSU. Both advanced to NCAA postseason play and the Ospreys made the nationals for the first time as a conference member. Sophomore Sean Dale earned AllAmerica honors and qualified for the US Amateur, as did his teammates Kevin Alywin and Kevin Phelan. Phelan opened his summer by qualifying for the US Open at Pebble Beach. ETSU’s Rhys Enoch tied for the individual title at the NCAA East Regional and his play carried into summer as he made his second Palmer Cup team and advanced all the way to the quarterfinals of the British Amateur. Individual performances stood out on the diamond as FGCU’s Chris Sale became a consensus All-America en route to becoming the

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conference’s fourth first-round pick in the last two years. ETSU’s Paul Hoilman contended for the national triple crown and burst onto the national scene by winning the first-ever home run derby competition - contested at historic Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. Mercer’s Jacob Tanis finished one RBI shy of the national lead in pacing the Bears back to the top of the A-Sun for the first time in more than 25 years. In softball, two hurlers established themselves among the best in the nation. Lipscomb’s Whitney Kiihnl and USC Upstate’s Morgan Childers each topped the 30-win mark - a first for the conference. The two traded the national lead in ERA throughout the season and when the year came to a close, Kiihnl finished with the best mark in the nation with Childers taking a close second. Kiihnl and Childers ranked second and third in the country in fewest hits allowed per seven innings. For the first time in league history, the conference’s last remaining charter member, Mercer, hosted the General Shale Brick Basketball Championships. The hosts advanced to the final of the men’s event setting up a standing-room-only event at the University Center against ETSU. In the end the Buccaneers won back-to-back titles. Jacksonville advanced to the NIT for the straight second year and provided the league’s first win in the event since 1996 when Ben Smith connected on a game-winning 3-pointer in the final seconds to stun top-seeded Arizona State. On the women’s side ETSU became the third A-Sun school to win three straight titles, FGCU advanced to the WNIT for a third consecutive year and USC Upstate registered its first 20-win season as a Divisioon I program. FOR LIFE Alums from the Atlantic Sun, both recent and historic continued to excel at the highest levels. Within the span of three days, FGCU produced its first two major league baseball players. Two pitchers of the Eagles’ 2008 A-Sun Championship squad, Casey Coleman and Sale, took their talents to Chicago as Coleman broke in with the Cubs and Sale soared through the White Sox system after spending less than two months in the minors. In late June, former Stetson All-American Chris Johnson returned to the Astros lineup and hit over .380 his first two months as a regular. On the links, former ETSU star Rhys Davies has posted a solid rookie season on the European Tour. In the spring he picked up his first win and added back-to-back runner-up finishes to move into the top 50 in the world for the first time as a professional. One of his second-place showings occurred at the Wales Open where he closed with a record nine-under-par round 62 on the Ryder Cup course at the Celtic Manor. His stellar play placed Davies eighth on ESPN’s “Top 25 Golfers Under 25” list. The conference will have representation at the Ryder Cup as former league individual champion Colin Montgomerie (1985 with former member Houston Baptist) will captain the European team. Montgomerie will be the second conference alum to lead a Ryder Cup squad. Hal Sutton (Centenary) served as captain for the United States in 2004.


Not Pictured: Caitlin Peterson, Shanna Krysalka, Virginia Davis.

Front Row (L-R) Jenny Agranoff, Natalie Simon

Middle Row (L-R) Crossley Simmons, Samantha Snyder, Jennifer Rinaberger, Kait Jones, Jennifer Raneri, Amber James, Rachel Allen, Andrea Garavaglia, Laura Seletos, Samantha Jones, Sarah Mathews, Alexis Hermosa, Sarah Rodriguez, Chelsea Cabarcas.

Back Row (L-R) Head Coach Julie Orlowski, Courtney Jenista, Kristen Mueller, Mary Salfer-Hobbs, Tessa Gavilsky, Kristen Higel, Lindsay Jowers, Katie Bitetto, Alyssa Welsh, Ciarra Britt, Kassandra Hartwick, Assistant Coach Brittany Jones.

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