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Kendall McCardell, Ida Bjerklund ...............................22-23

Larissa Brauns, Chloe Crook, Lila Remache ...............24 Amy Glynn, Eileen Merino, Brady Glenn ...................25

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Year-by-Year Sta s cal Leaders ............................28-29 Individual Leaders .....................................................30 Individual Game Records ..........................................30 Individual Season Records ........................................31 Individual Career Records .........................................32 NAIA All-Americans ...................................................33 SSAC All-Conference .................................................33 All-Time Le erwinners..............................................34 Team Season Records ...............................................35 All-Time Results ...................................................35-37

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Loca on: ......................................Montgomery, Ala. Founded:...........................................................1967 Enrollment: ......................................................5,305 Nickname:................................................ Warhawks Colors: ............................... Orange, Black and White Affilia on: .........................................................NAIA Conference: ....................... Southern States Athle c

Alexandra Sveinsdo r, Maren Heller ..................12-13 Arna Omarsdo r, Holly Clarke ............................14-15 Nicole Le ord, Eyrun Rakel Agnarsdo r .................16-17 Dagmar Gunnarsdo r, Maria Arngrimsdo r......18-19 Krista Hagen, Courtney Omodei ..........................20-21

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Head Coach Jamey Newsome ...................................10 Graduate Assistant Lorna Brownlie...........................11 Student Assistant Karina Suetsugu ...........................11 Volunteer Assistant Nik Chamberlain .......................11

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This is AUM ............................................................38-39 Chancellor Dr. John G. Veres III ................................... 40 Athle c Director Steve Crotz....................................... 41 The AUM Soccer Complex........................................... 42 City of Montgomery.................................................... 39 Athle c and Media Directory ...................................... 40 The NAIA and SSAC ..................................................... 41 AUM Athle c History .................................................. 42 Proud Sponsors of AUM Athle cs ..........................43-44

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 Administra on Chancellor:.................................Dr. John G. Veres III Athle c Director: ....................................Steve Crotz Associate Athle c Director:.................... Jessie Rosa Assistant AD for Compliance:............... Alexis Avery Athle cs Graduate Assistant: ....Michelle Crompton Athle cs Graduate Assistant: ........ Marissa Sanchez Sports Informa on Director: ...................... Tim Lutz SID Graduate Assistant:......................Jason Oliveira Head Athle c Trainer: ........................ Kyle Sampsell Athle c Training GA: ....................... Amanda Hodge Athle c Training GA: ...................Hannah Whigham Faculty Athle c Representa ve: ..........Dr. John Aho

The 2013 Auburn Montgomery women’s soccer media guide front cover features three of AUM’s All-SSAC performers from last season in senior Holly Clarke, and juniors Eyrun Rakel Agnarsdo r and Maria Ros Arngrimsdo r. The back cover features the members of the 2013 team and coaching staff.

The 2013 Auburn University at Montgomery Women’s Soccer Media Guide is a produc on of the University’s Sports Informa on Office.

 2012 Review 2012 Record:.................................................. 11-6-2 SSAC Record/Finish: ........................... 6-4-1/Fi h Postseason:.......................................................none

 2013 Preview Le erwinners Returning/Lost:....................... 12/10 Starters Returning/Lost:..................................... 8/3 Newcomers:............................................................5

 Coaching Staff Head Coach:...................................Jamey Newsome Alma Mater: ....................Mars Hill College, 1997 Record at AUM/Seasons: .... 31-21-4/Three Years Overall Record/Seasons:.............................Same Office Phone: ................................ 334-244-3141 Graduate Assistant .......................... Lorna Brownlie Student Assistant: ..........................Karina Suetsugu Volunteer Assistant: ...................... Nik Chamberlain

 Team History First Season: .....................................................1999 All-Time Record: ...................................... 177-96-17 NAIA Tournament Appearances: ...........................3 NAIA Tournament Record: ................................. 2-3 Last Postseason Appearance: ......................2009 Result: ............................W, at Embry-Riddle, 5-3 .................................. L, vs. California Bap st, 3-2

 AUM Soccer Complex Surface: ............................................... Natural Grass Capacity: .............................................................500

WRITING AND DESIGN: Jason Oliveira, AUM Sports Informa on Graduate Assistant EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Frank Miles, AUM Internal Communica ons Manager; Tim Lutz, AUM Sports Informa on Director COVER DESIGNS: Aaron Fraze, AUM Senior Graphic Designer PHOTOGRAPHY: Ac on photos by Frank Williams, AUM University Photographer. Portraits also by Williams. PRINTING: Wells Prin ng, Montgomery, Ala. SPECIAL THANKS: 2013 AUM opponents for the use of their athle c logo. Auburn University Athle c Media Rela ons for the use of photos. AUM head women’s soccer coach Jamey Newsome and previous members of the AUM Sports Informa on staff for their contribu ons to this publica on.

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 Athle c Media Rela ons Contact: ...................................................... Tim Lutz Office Phone: ................................ 334-244-3832 Cell Phone: .................................... 334-207-6196 Email: ........................................tlutz1@aum.edu SID Graduate Assistant:......................Jason Oliveira Office Phone: ................................ 334-244-3370 Email: ...................................... joliveir@aum.edu SID Fax: .............................................. 334-244-3886 Website:.............................www.AUMathle cs.com

 Mailing Addresses USPS Address P.O. Box 244023 Montgomery, AL 36124-4023 Overnight Address 7031 Senator Drive Montgomery, AL 36124

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Friday

Aug. 23

vs. Montreat College#

Montgomery, Ala.

5 p.m.

Saturday

Aug. 24

vs. Thomas University#

Montgomery, Ala.

7:30 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 6

vs. Embry-Riddle

Ha esburg, Miss.

5 p.m.

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Sept. 8

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Friday

Sept. 13

at SCAD Savannah

Savannah, Ga.

4 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 15

at Georgia Gwinne College

Cleveland, Tenn.

Thursday

Sept. 19

at Faulkner University*

Montgomery, Ala.

6 p.m.

Saturday

Sept. 21

vs. Bethel University

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1 p.m.

Saturday

Sept. 28

at Mar n Methodist

Pulaski, Tenn.

1 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 4

at Brewton-Parker*

Mt. Vernon, Ga.

2 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 5

at Brenau University*

Gainesville, Ga.

6:30 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 12

vs. Lindsey Wilson

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3 p.m.

Wednesday

Oct. 16

vs. Spring Hill College*

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2 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 19

vs. University of Mobile*

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1 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 25

at Emmanuel College*

Franklin Springs, Ga.

5 p.m.

Saturday

Oct. 26

vs. Southern Wesleyan Univ.*

Central, S.C.

5 p.m.

Friday

Nov. 1

vs. William Carey University*

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12 p.m.

Saturday

Nov. 2

vs. Belhaven University*

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12 p.m.

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Nov. 9

at SSAC Tournament 1st Round

Campus Sites

TBA

Thursday

Nov. 14

at SSAC Tournament Semifinal#

Montgomery, Ala.

TBA

Saturday

Nov. 16

at SSAC Tournament Finals#

Montgomery, Ala.

TBA

Saturday

Nov. 23

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Orange Beach, Ala.

TBA

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SCHEDULE NOTES  For the fourth consecu ve season, the Warhawks will open their season at

home. However, this year's home opener will be played at the Emory Folmar Soccer Complex, when AUM hosts Montreat College and Thomas University for a two-day tournament.  For the first me since the 2008 season, AUM will open Southern States Ath-

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 AUM play just one match against a non-NAIA school in 2013. On Sunday, September 8, the Warhawks will host the Lady Majors of Millsaps College, a NCAA Division III school from Jackson, Miss.  The Warhawks will take on four teams ranked in the NAIA Coaches' Preseason Top 25 Poll in 2013. AUM will open the season by hos ng No. 12 Lindsey Wilson on Feb. 2, before hos ng the defending na onal champions Tennessee Wesleyan the following day. AUM also has No. 3 Lee University and No. 9 Faulkner University on the schedule.


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Hometown Norwich, England London, England

Major Exercise Science Sport Management

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Ht. 5-9 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-3

Hometown Leonberg, Germany Reykjavik, Iceland Perth, Australia Jessheim, Norway London, England

Major Exercise Science Pre-Medical Exercise Science Psychology Psychology

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Name Larissa Brauns Nicole Le ord Eyrun Agnarsdo r Maria Arngrimsdo r Krista Hagen Lila Remache Kendall McCardell Brady Glenn

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

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Hometown Hildrizhausen, Germany S rling, Scotland Reykjavik, Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland Canberra, Australia Taverny, France Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Millbrook, Ala.

Major Business Sport Management Speech-Language Pathology Speech-Language Pathology Molecular Biology Business Exercise Science Exercise Science

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Ht. 5-9 5-10 5-4

Hometown Egilsstadir, Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland Montgomery, Ala.

Major Marke ng Interna onal Business Nursing

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Graduate Assistant Coach: Student Assistant Coach: Volunteer Assistant Coach:

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Despite a program-best 10-match undefeated streak to start last season, the 2013 AUM women’s soccer team will look to avenged a disappoin ng finish to the year, as it returns several key members from a squad that finished 11-6-2 overall and 6-4-1 against Southern States Athle c Conference foes. Relying on an a acking offense and a s ngy defense, the Warhawks finished 2012 ranked in the NAIA’s top-25 in shots per game (21.63), assists per game (2.26) and goals per game (3.05). The program this year will have a very similar look and feel as the one that took the field in 2012 as the team returns eight starters. Despite the hot start and falling just shy of reaching the NAIA Na onal Tournament, fourthyear head coach Jamey Newsome and his 12 returners enter the 2013 campaign with a chip on their shoulder. “Last year was easily the most talented group I have coached during my tenure,” Newsome said. “Based on that talent, I think we were all a li le disappointed by the way we finished. We felt like we underachieved, but also felt like we learned a lot about playing as a team and the importance of being ready to play every game. Hopefully, that will be a benefit to us as we prepare for this season.” Newsome and his team begin the 2013 campaign ranked fourth in the SSAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll and among the others receiving votes in the NAIA preseason poll. The Warhawks return five second-team All-SSAC performers in goalkeeper Holly Clarke, defenders Maren Heller and Arna Omarsdo r, as well as midfielders Eyrun Agnarsdo r and Maria Arngrimsdo r. AUM did, however, lose fellow second-team all-conference selec on and leading scorer, Margret Albertsdo r. “We return eight of 11 starters, so I am excited about having a strong core back,” Newsome said. “Margret will certainly be missed. She understood

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and forward Dagmar Gunnarsdo r. In addi on, forward Alexandria Sveinsdo r returns for her third season with the program, while sophomores Kendall McCardell and Courtney Omodei are each expected to have an increased role with the team. “We had a lot of players that scored goals for us, so having a good por on of them coming back is definitely nice,” said Newsome. “But like any year where you lose players, it gives an opportunity for someone else to step up and take on a bigger role with our program. I think we will have a team with enough pieces where everyone will contribute and we will be a difficult team to defend.” The Warhawks also added five talented newcomers, a group which should improve depth and also challenge for star ng posi ons. Joining the program for the 2013 campaign is senior defender Larissa Brauns, junior goalkeeper Chloe Crook, sophomore midfielder Lila Remache and freshmen defenders Amy Glynn and Eileen Merino.

Goalkeepers For the past two seasons, Clarke has been the anchor at the back of the Warhawks’ defensive unit. The 2013 season will be no different, as the Norwich, England, na ve, returns a er allowing just 17 goals in 19 games last season, while pos ng three shutouts and combined to record eight clean sheets. “No one can dispute that Holly is in the argument for top goalkeeper in our conference,” Newsome said. “She had a great Spring and con nues to get be er every day. She has matured into a leader on our team, which is invaluable at the keeper posi on. The team in front of her plays with a lot of confidence knowing that they have a quality keeper behind them. They can take chances on defense without worrying about what is behind them. We are excited to have her back.” Crook, a NJCAA All-American last season at Monroe Community College in New York, will likely serve as Clarke’s back up. However, Newsome believes Crook will not se le on the role. “Chloe will push for playing me,” Newsome said. “She was an All-American at her junior college and has played at the collegiate level. Holly obviously has the advantage of having been here, but I think Chloe will really challenge her and make her be er.”

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“Arna has the poten al to really excel this season,” Newsome said. “She is one of those players who tend to get overlooked at mes because she doesn’t have big sta s cs. She consistently does the job and is a solid player. She is strong defensively, helps keep possession and gets our a acks started. She is not a defender who just boots the ball downfield. It is huge to have defenders that can start the a ack from the back forward. Arna is that kind of player and we are excited about her being back.” Le ord, a junior, and Bjerklund, a sophomore, were equally valuable in the defense from their outside back spots. The tandem combined for five assists last season and will look be counted on to do much of the same this season. “Nicole and Ida have the poten al to be allconference performers,” Newsome con nued. “Nicole is a very versa le player, having the ability to move the midfield or up top. Last year she played the majority of her me at the right defender for us and could play that same role this season. Ida was our constant at le back. She does a good job defending, but also ge ng forward in the a ack, which is something we look for in our defenders.” Omodei and Brauns will both challenge for the spot vacated by Ledesma. Newsome is confident that each player has the ability to fill to void without skipping a beat. “Courtney is a lot different from Melissa and is more like Arna,” Newsome said. “She is a very technical player and is skilled with the ball. She is a tall, physically-imposing athlete, who needed a year to adjust to the speed of the college game. She worked hard in the weight room to get stronger last year, which I think will really help her. I think her ability to control the ball will help us even more than a physical, hard-nosed defender. I think she will have a key role with our team this year. “Most of Larissa’s experience is at defensive center midfield, but I an cipate pu ng her in the back a lot,” Newsome added. “She can, however, step up into the posi on and contribute. She will see a lot of playing me this season and we expect big things from her.”

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The defensive back line will have a similar feel to last season, as AUM will return three starters, but also try to replace the produc on and presence of Melissa Ledesma’s departure. Newsome feels good about his defense and will be relying on the veterans to contribute on both sides of the ball. “With three starters returning, we are looking to fill the void le by Melissa,” Newsome said of the defensive unit. “I think we return a solid group. It looks like Courtney will step into the Melissa’s spot, but we also have Larissa who can play the centerback role.” Returning are Omarsdo r, Bjerklund and Le ord, a trio which started a combined 56 games for a defense that allowed only 17 goals in 2012. Omarsdo r leads the group a er earning all-conference accolades last season. The senior a empted just six shots from her center-back posi on, but contributed a goal and an assist for the offense.

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Addi onally, McCardell will add to the depth, but will also factor into the rota on in the midfield. “Kendall could also see me as a defender,” Newsome said. “Last season as a freshman, she played both defender and midfield, and will provide us depth at both posi ons. She was in a similar situa on to Courtney last year, as she was a freshman on an experienced team. She has had a year to get used to the game, develop and get stronger, so I expect her to have a larger role on our team this season.” The Warhawks also added a pair of first-year defenders in Glynn and Merino. Glynn comes to AUM from London, England, while Merino is a local product who prepped at Brewbaker Tech. “We brought in Amy, who can play outside back, and fits our mold for defenders,” Newsome said. “She defends well and is very good with the ball. “Eileen is coming off an injury and hasn’t played in the last year,” Newsome added. “She played for a well-respected club team that has a history of producing quality players. She has been around quality soccer during her career, but I am not sure what to expect from her this season. I think she has a bright future and plenty of poten al, but it will all depend on how quickly she can become fit and get back into the swing of things.”

Midfield One of the Warhawks deepest posi ons is also one of its most cri cal, as the midfield serves both as a line of a ack and a line of defense. Luckily for Newsome, AUM returns four keys to the team’s success last season in Hagen, Heller, Agnarsdo r and Arngrimsdo r. Hagen her sophomore campaign with a goal and five assists, a mark which ranked second on the team. “Krista was our main starter at defensive midfield last year,” Newsome said. “She is really an unsung hero for our program. She’s not asked to score many goals or take a ton of shots, but she is the glue between our back line and our midfield. She is really a great extension of me, as she communicates well and is able to get things organized on the field.”

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Heller ba led injuries for much of last season, yet was s ll able to make her presence recognized by earning all-conference accolades. She scored three mes last year, while assis ng on three other goals. “Maren has the ability to play either defensive midfield or a acking midfield,” Newsome said. “She was one of our captains and was an allconference player for us last year. I think she has the ability to elevate her game even higher. She ba led some nagging injuries last year, so many of the coaches didn’t get a chance to see her play. I think she is one the most important players on our team. She does it all, but some mes tries to do too much. I have high hopes for her this season, both in her produc on and her leadership.” Agnarsdo r enjoyed a standout first season with the Warhawks, scoring six mes and assis ng on another goal. “Eyrun is an a acking midfielder who really played well for us last season,” Newsome said. “She is very, very quick and loves to take people on. She is very good with the ball, drawing defenders in and then passing or scoring goals. Last season she showed that she is a talented player by earning second-team all-conference honors. This season, we are hoping she can do even more.” Even a er showing she can be successful at the collegiate level, Newsome thinks Agnarsdo r can elevate her game to an en rely new level in 2013. “As the season went on, I really felt like Eyrun grew as a player and as a leader for us,” Newsome said of the junior. “She has the right drive and a tude. She wants to play hard every day. She learned a lot last year and now has a good feel for conference. I think she has the poten al to take her game to a whole new level.” Arngrimsdo r is the team’s top returning scorer. In her inaugural season with the Warhawks she ne ed 12 goals and recorded four assists, while leading the team in shots on goal. “Maria has great pace,” Newsome said. “She is aggressive and loves to take people on. She is a very good athlete and is extremely fit. She is one of those players who tend to end up on every opponent’s scou ng report simply because of what she can create on her own. She is a valuable part of our team.” In addi on to the four returning midfielders, AUM also welcomes Remache, a transfer from newly-added conference foe Mar n Methodist. “Lila is very good with the ball, but is undersized compared to our other midfielders,” Newsome said. “She is quick and loves to help with possession. I think she will easily fit into the mix for playing me.”

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players. They both did exactly what we hoped for them to do last season, and I expect them to do the same this year.”

The 2013 Season When looking over this season’s schedule, Newsome recognizes the challenges ahead, but is op mis c about the task at hand. The Warhawks face eight teams ranked in the NAIA Preseason Top 25 or receiving votes, four of which are conference foes, in No. 7 Mobile, No. 12 Mar n Methodist, No. 14 William Carey and No. 22 Brenau. “The Southern States Athle c Conference is arguably the best soccer conference in the na on,” Newsome said. “In the final NAIA poll of 2012, we had five teams ranked in the top-25 or receiving votes. As a conference, we lost Lee, the winner of four of the last five na onal championships, but added Mar n Methodist, who finished 13th. I think that opens the door for all the teams in our league to establish themselves as the top team.” Newsome acknowledged that the wear-andtear is not only physical when playing in such a compe ve league. “Conference play is a grind, both physically and mentally,” Newsome added. “You have to be on top of your game every day. You can’t have any mental slip ups or you will get beat by anyone in the league. We look forward to the challenge.” Addi onally, the Warhawks will host defending na onal champions Lindsey Wilson in October and No. 6 Embry-Riddle in a neutral-site match early in the season. Despite the tough slate, Newsome intends to keep his expecta ons simple for the upcoming season. “We want to do the best we can in every match and improve every day,” Newsome concluded. “Hopefully, that will lead us to the na onal tournament. I believe we have the talent to accomplish that, but we are not going to spend a lot of me talking about it. We just want to get out there and get to work.”

Forwards The a acking front line of Sveinsdo r and Gunnarsdo r look to have another successful year a er combining for six goals and eight assists last season. Despite only having two forward listed on the depth chart, Newsome is pleased with the efforts the pair gave last year and is hoping for the same in 2013. “Alex and Dagmar each had good seasons for us last year,” Newsome said. “They are both extremely compe ve and both are not happy unless they are scoring goals in bunches. Alex is a combina on between a winger and forward. Dagmar will likely play the center forward posi on for us this year. They both have the poten al to be all-conference

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August 23 - 5 p.m. at Emory Folmar YMCA Complex

EMBRY-RIDDLE

August 24 - 7:30 p.m. at Emory Folmar YMCA Complex.

September 6 - 4 p.m. at Ha esburg, Miss.

General Informa on Loca on: ..................................................... Montreat, N.C. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,011 Founded: .................................................................... 1916 Nickname: ............................................................Cavaliers Colors: .............................................. Navy and Vegas Gold Conference: ....................................... Appalachian Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ..........................................................Joe Kirland Athle c Director: ...........................................Craig Jackson

General Informa on Loca on: ...................................................Thomasville, Ga. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,150 Founded: .................................................................... 1950 Nickname: ...................................................... Night Hawks Colors: ........................................ Hunter Green and White Conference: ........................................................... The Sun Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ..............................................Dr. Gary Bonvillian Athle c Director: ..................................................Mike Lee

General Informa on Loca on: ............................................. Daytona Beach, Fla. Enrollment:................................................................ 4,978 Founded: .................................................................... 1926 Nickname: ................................................................ Eagles Colors: ..........................................................Blue and Gold Conference: ........................................................... The Sun Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: .............................................Dr. John P. Johnson Athle c Director: ............................................Steve Ridder

Team Informa on Head Coach: ............................................... Courtney Nash Assistant Coaches:......................................................none 2012 record (conference):............................12-5-3 (7-1-1) Postseason: ...................................... NAIA Opening Round

Team Informa on Head Coach: ................................................. Julie Orlowski Assistant Coach: ..................................................Eddie Foy 2012 record (conference):............................10-8-1 (4-5-1) Postseason: ..................................... The Sun Quarterfinals

Team Informa on Head Coach: ............................................Samantha Bohon Assistant Coach: .......................... L. McIlha on, H. Aguilar 2012 record (conference):............................17-6-0 (8-1-0) Postseason: ..........................................NAIA Quarterfinals

Media Informa on Contact: ............................................................... Janel Cox Office Phone: .....................................828-669-8011 x3410 Email: .................................................. jcox@montreat.edu Website: ............................... www.montreatcavaliers.com

Media Informa on Contact: .................................................... Ricky Zambrano Office Phone: ..................................229-226-1621 ext. 162 Email: ........................................rzambrano@thomasu.edu Website: ................................www.thomasu.edu/athle cs

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GEORGIA GWINNETT

September 8 - 1 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

September 13 - 4 p.m. Savannah, Ga.

September 15 - 12 p.m. Lawrenceville, Ga.

General Informa on Loca on: ...................................................... Jackson, Miss. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,100 Founded: .................................................................... 1890 Nickname: ...............................................................Majors Colors: .................................................... Purple and White Conference: ........................................... Southern Atlan c Affilia on:................................................ NCAA Division III President: ............................................Dr. Robert Pearigen Athle c Director: ................................................. Tim Wise

General Informa on Loca on: ...................................................... Savannah, Ga. Enrollment:................................................................ 9,500 Founded: .................................................................... 1978 Nickname: .................................................................. Bees Colors: ........................................................ Black and Gold Conference: ........................................................... The Sun Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: .....................................................Paula Wallace Athle c Director: .................................... Doug Wollenburg

General Informa on Loca on: ................................................Lawrenceville, Ga. Enrollment:................................................................ 9,500 Founded: .................................................................... 2005 Nickname: .............................................................Grizzlies Colors: .......................................................Green and Gray Conference: ................................................... Independent Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ....................................Dr. Stanley C. Preczewski Athle c Director: .................................. Dr. Darin S. Wilson

Team Informa on Head Coach: ............................................Amanda Paschall Assistant Coaches:.......................................Andrew Dailey 2012 record (conference):............................8-10-1 (2-4-1) Postseason: ................................................ SAA Semifinals

Team Informa on Head Coach: ............................................ Andy Williamson Assistant Coach: .......................................... Rebecca Gunn 2012 record (conference):............................11-6-1 (6-2-1) Postseason: ..........................................The Sun Semifinals

Team Informa on Head Coach: ........................................... Domenic Martelli Assistant Coaches:..................................... Sharolta Nonen 2012 record (conference):........................................10-7-1 Postseason: ................................................................none

Media Informa on Contact: .............................................................Dan Griffin Office Phone: ................................................601-974-1394 Email: ............................................... griffdj2@millsaps.edu Website: ............................................. www.gomajors.com

Media Informa on Contact: ........................................................Robert Belloir Office Phone: ................................................912-525-4815 Email: .....................................................rbelloir@scad.edu Website: ....................................... www.scadathle cs.com

Media Informa on Contact: .......................................................Ned Colegrove Office Phone: ................................................678-407-5241 Email: ................................................ ncolegrove@ggc.edu Website: .................................... www.grizzlyathle cs.com

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September 19 - 6 p.m. at Montgomery, Ga.

September 21 - 1 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

September 28 - 1 p.m. at Pulaski, Tenn.

General Informa on Loca on: ................................................ Montgomery, Ala. Enrollment:................................................................ 3,200 Founded: .................................................................... 1942 Nickname: ................................................................ Eagles Colors: ......................................Royal Blue, Black and Grey Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: .....................................................Dr. Billy Hilyer Athle c Director: ............................................Brent Barker

General Informa on Loca on: ...................................................McKenzie, Tenn. Enrollment:................................................................ 5,987 Founded: .................................................................... 1842 Nickname: ............................................................ Wildcats Colors: ............................................ Vegas Gold and Purple Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ......................................................Walter Butler Athle c Director: .............................................. Dale Kelley

General Informa on Loca on: ....................................................... Pulaski, Tenn. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,090 Founded: .................................................................... 1870 Nickname: ......................................................... RedHawks Colors: ........................................... Red, Copper, and Black Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: .....................................................Dr. Ted Brown Athle c Director: ...................................................Jeff Bain

Team Informa on Head Coach: ............................................ Glenn Townsend Assistant Coaches:.......................................... Leslie Pierce 2012 record (conference):............................7-13-2 (4-6-1) Postseason: ...................................... NAIA Opening Round

Team Informa on Head Coach: .......................................................Misty Aird Assistant Coaches:..................................Stanislav Jamscek 2012 record (conference):.................................. 12-6 (2-2) Postseason: .......................TranSouth Conf. Championship

Team Informa on Head Coach: ..................................................... Tyson John Assistant Coaches:.............................................Will Aus n 2012 record (conference):.................................. 15-4 (4-0) Postseason: ...................................... NAIA Opening Round

Media Informa on Contact: .......................................................... Ryan Bartels Office Phone: ................................................334-386-7525 Email: .............................................. rbartels@faulkner.edu Website: .....................................www.faulknereagles.com

Media Informa on Contact: ...................................................... Dave McCulley Office Phone: ................................................731-352-4231 Email: ...........................................mcculleyd@bethelu.edu Website: .................................... www.bethelathle cs.com

Media Informa on Contact: ...........................................................Wade Neely Office Phone: ................................................931-363-9883 Email: .................................wneely@mar nmethodist.edu Website: ........................................ www.goredhawks.com

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October 4 - 2 p.m. at Mt. Vernon, Ga.

October 5 - 6:30 p.m. at Gainesville, Ga.

October 12 - 3 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

General Informa on Loca on: ....................................................Mt. Vernon, Ga. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,050 Founded: .................................................................... 1904 Nickname: ............................................................... Barons Colors: .............................................Navy Blue and Orange Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ............................................ Dr. Mike Simineaux Athle c Director: .......................................Sheila Simmons

General Informa on Loca on: .................................................... Gainesville, Ga. Enrollment:................................................................ 2,000 Founded: .................................................................... 1878 Nickname: .................................................... Golden Tigers Colors: ........................................................ Black and Gold Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ...................................................Dr. Ed Schrader Athle c Director: ................................. Mike Lochstampfer

General Informa on Loca on: ........................................................Columbia, Ky. Enrollment:................................................................ 2,600 Founded: .................................................................... 1903 Nickname: ...................................................... Blue Raiders Colors: ....................................................... Blue and White Conference: ....................................................... Mid-South Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ......................................Dr. William T. Luckey, Jr. Athle c Director: ............................................ Willis Pooler

Team Informa on Head Coach: ...................................................... Jayme Dye Assistant Coaches:......................................................none 2012 record (conference):..........................0-17-1 (0-11-0) Postseason: ................................................................none

Team Informa on Head Coach: ........................................ Mike Lochstampfer Assistant Coach: .................................... Marilyn Anderson 2012 record (conference):.................................. 13-5 (9-4) Postseason: ...............................................SSAC Semifinals

Team Informa on Head Coach: ................................................Drew Burwash Assistant Coach: .................................Debbie McGunniess 2012 record (conference):............................... 20-4-1 (9-0) Postseason: ............................................. NAIA Champions

Media Informa on Contact: .......................................................... Michael Dye Office Phone: ................................................912-583-3238 Email: .........................................................mdye@bpc.edu Website: ......................................... www.gobaronsgo.com

Media Informa on Contact: .................................................. Nelli Mar rosyan Office Phone: ................................................770-538-4699 Email: ...............................nmar rosyan@ ger.brenau.edu Website: ........................................www.brenau gers.com

Media Informa on Contact: ............................................................ Chris Wells Office Phone: ................................................270-384-8071 Email: ...................................................wellsc@lindsey.edu Website: ................................... www.lindseyathle cs.com

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October 16 - 2 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

October 19 - 1 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

October 25 - 5 p.m. at Franklin Springs, Ga.

General Informa on Loca on: ..........................................................Mobile, Ala. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,500 Founded: .................................................................... 1830 Nickname: ............................................................. Badgers Colors: .................................................... Purple and White Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ....................................Rev. Richard P. Salmi, S.J. Athle c Director: ....................................................Jim Hall

General Informa on Loca on: ..........................................................Mobile, Ala. Enrollment:................................................................ 1,788 Founded: .................................................................... 1961 Nickname: ................................................................. Rams Colors: ...................................................Maroon and Black Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ....................................................Dr. Mark Foley Athle c Director: ............................................... Joe Niland

General Informa on Loca on: ............................................ Franklin Springs. Ga. Enrollment:................................................................... 800 Founded: .................................................................... 1919 Nickname: ..................................................................Lions Colors: .......................................................... Red and Gold Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ........................................Dr. Michael S. Stewart Athle c Director: ...............................................Jose Larios

Team Informa on Head Coach: ............................................Chris an DeVries Assistant Coach: ..........................................Kevin DeLange 2012 record (conference):............................6-10-1 (3-7-1) Postseason: ................................................................none

Team Informa on Head Coach: ...................................................Brian Person Assistant Coach: ....................................Cameron Williams 2012 record (conference):............................. 15-4-2 (10-1) Postseason: ...................................... NAIA Opening Round

Team Informa on Head Coach: ........................................... Forrest Wimberly Assistant Coach: .........................................................none 2012 record (conference):................................ 10-11 (4-7) Postseason: .............................. NCCAA South Region Final

Media Informa on Contact: .......................................................... Jim Stenne Office Phone: ................................................251-380-4468 Email: ....................................................jstenne @shc.edu Website: ..........................................www.shcbadgers.com

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October 26 - 5 p.m. at Central, S.C.

November 1 - 12 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

November 2 - 12 p.m. AUM Soccer Complex

General Informa on Loca on: ..........................................................Central, S.C. Enrollment:................................................................... 632 Founded: .................................................................... 1906 Nickname: ............................................................ Warriors Colors: ................................................Royal Blue and Gold Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ......................................................Dr. Todd Voss Athle c Director: ......................................... Chris Williams

General Informa on Loca on: ................................................ Ha esburg, Miss. Enrollment:................................................................ 4,150 Founded: .................................................................... 1892 Nickname: .......................................................... Crusaders Colors: .............................................. Red, Black and White Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: .................................................. Dr. Tommy King Athle c Director: ............................................ Steve Knight

General Informa on Loca on: ...................................................... Jackson, Miss. Enrollment:................................................................ 2,951 Founded: .................................................................... 1894 Nickname: ...............................................................Blazers Colors: .......................................................Green and Gold Conference: ................................. Southern States Athle c Affilia on:...................................................................NAIA President: ................................................ Dr. Roger Parro Athle c Director: ............................................... Sco Li le

Team Informa on Head Coach: .................................................Corey Morrell Assistant Coaches:.....................N. Luque, A. Witherspoon 2012 record (conference):............................6-10-1 (1-9-1) Postseason: ............................................................ none

Team Informa on Head Coach: .................................................Danny Owens Assistant Coach: .................................................Lisa Mann 2012 record (conference):............................... 14-5-1 (9-2) Postseason: ...................................... NAIA Opening Round

Team Informa on Head Coach: .................................................Josue Sabillon Assistant Coach: .......................................Jessica Monarch 2012 record (conference):.................................. 6-13 (4-7) Postseason: ............................................. SSAC First Round

Media Informa on Contact: ..................................................................TJ Budd Office Phone: ................................................864-644-5307 Email: ...................................................... tjbudd@swu.edu Website: ........................................www.swuathle cs.com

Media Informa on Contact: ..............................................................D.J. Pulley Office Phone: ................................................601-318-6771 Email: .................................................... djpulley@wcu.edu Website: ......................................www.careyathle cs.com

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Alabama-Huntsville ................................... 4-0

Georgia Southwestern .............................. 2-0

Piedmont................................................... 2-1

Barry.......................................................... 0-1

Has ngs .................................................... 1-0

Reinhardt ................................................ 11-0

Belhaven ............................................ 8-3-1

Jacksonville State ..................................... 0-1

SCAD-Savannah ...................................... 1-1

Berry....................................................... 8-6-1

King ........................................................... 0-2

Shorter ................................................. 11-0-1

Bethel (Tenn.)...................................... 2-0-1

Kennesaw State ......................................... 0-1

Southern Wesleyan ...............................12-1

Biola .......................................................... 0-1

LaGrange ................................................... 1-0

Spring Hill............................................ 5-3-1

Birmingham-Southern............................... 2-2

Lee........................................................ 2-12-3

St. Thomas ............................................. 0-1-1

Brenau ..............................................14-4-1

Lindsey Wilson ......................................0-11

St. Xavier ................................................... 0-2

Brescia ....................................................... 1-0

Louisiana College ...................................... 1-0

Tennessee Wesleyan .............................. 1-0-1

Brewton-Parker .....................................15-1

Louisiana State .......................................... 0-1

Thomas ..............................................11-1-1

California Bap st ...................................... 0-1

LSU-Shreveport ......................................... 1-1

Troy ........................................................... 0-1

Cardinal Stritch.......................................... 1-0

Mar n Methodist ................................... 6-4

True -McConnell ...................................... 2-0

Columbia (S.C.) .......................................... 5-0

Milligan ..................................................... 0-1

Union (Ky.) ................................................. 0-1

Columbus State ........................................ 1-0

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Union (Tenn.)............................................. 1-0

Covenant ............................................... 0-1-1

Missouri Valley .......................................... 1-0

Virginia Intermont ..................................... 1-0

Cumberland .............................................. 1-0

Mobile .................................................. 5-7

Warner Southern ...................................... 0-1

Embry-Riddle ......................................... 1-1

Montevallo ................................................ 3-4

Westmont ................................................. 0-1

Emmanuel ............................................10-0

Montreat ................................ First Mee ng

William Carey ...................................... 5-7-1

Faulkner ................................................ 9-3

North Georgia ........................................ 8-0-2

William Woods .......................................... 0-1

Freed-Hardeman ....................................... 1-0

Northwest Oklahoma ................................ 0-1

Georgetown (Ky.) ...................................... 0-1

Northwood (Fla.) ...................................... 1-2

Georgia Gwinne .................... First Mee ng

Northwood (Texas) ................................... 0-1

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HEAD COACH JAMEY NEWSOME 4th Season at AUM (31-21-4) | Mars Hill College, 1997 Jamey Newsome returns for his fourth season as the head coach of the Auburn Montgomery women’s soccer program. Newsome sports a 31-21-4 record at the helm of the team during his tenure. Last season, Newsome guided the Warhawks to an 11-6-1 overall record, including a 6-4-1 record in the highlycompe ve Southern States Athle c Conference (SSAC). AUM’s season was highlighted by an appearance in the SSAC Tournament and a victory over then-No. 7 Mar n Methodist, the program’s first win against a ranked opponent since the 2010 season. Six Warhawks earned second-team all-conference accolades, while five student-athletes earned SSAC All-Academic team honors. In addi on, Haley Williams also earned Scholar Athlete honors from the NAIA. Newsome led the team to a respectable finish in Newsome’s second year, despite having to deal with the loss of four All-Americans from 2010. The Warhawks finished with a 7-4-1 record in the SSAC, good for fourth in the conference. Three players earned all-conference honors and an addi onal three were named to the SSAC All-Academic team. In his first season, Newsome con nued the strong tradi on of AUM team’s, helping the Warhawks to as high as a No. 13 ranking in the Na onal Associa on for Intercollegiate Athle cs (NAIA) Top 25 Coaches’ Poll and had the team ranked in the top 25 for 10 consecu ve weeks. AUM finished the season among the others receiving votes following a 0-0 e to three- me defending na onal champion Lee University, in which it lost in the eighth round of penalty kicks. In addi on to team success, several individuals flourished under Newsome’s leadership. Jana Yates was named an NAIA Honorable Men on All-American in 2010, while nine student-athletes have earned All-Southern States Athle c Conference honors. Four players have earned all-division honors and two have garnered all-freshman team accolades. Along with on-field success, 14 student-athletes have been named to the SSAC All-Academic team and three have earned NAIA Scholar Athlete honors. Prior to being named the fi h head coach of the women’s soccer team, Newsome spent Family three years at Georgia Southern University, where he served as an assistant coach for the women’s team. While at GSU, Newsome assisted the head coach in various areas of coaching, Wife Jennifer recrui ng and video analysis. Daughters Ryan and Leah Newsome began his collegiate coaching experience in 1999 as an assistant coach for the men’s soccer program at the University of South Carolina Upstate, where the Spartans finished College 12-3-3 and ranked 16th na onally. While at Upstate, Newsome was primarily involved in recruitMar Hill College 1997 ing, player training and scheduling. Mars Hill, N.C. Newsome was also involved with the Coweta Cannons Soccer Club in Newnan, Ga., as the technical director from 2001-03 and the director of coaching from 2003-04. Most recently, from 2005-07, he was the assistant director of the Darlington School Soccer Academy of Rome, Ga., Playing Experience where his du es included training, marke ng, event planning and monitoring boarding students. Mars Hill College 1993-97 Since 2006, Newsome has been involved with the Olympic Development Program (ODP), both in Alabama and Georgia, where he helps in the development of rising soccer talent in each Coaching Experience state. He was named to the Region III and Alabama ODP staff in 2012, where he assists in the Enka High School (Ashville, N.C.) 1997 selec on of the all-region team. In addi on, he is also ac vely involved in club soccer within the Montgomery area. Newsome is currently the Director Head Coach of Coaching for FC Torjäger. He also holds the United Madison High School (Marshall, N.C.) 1998-99 States Soccer Federa on “B” License and is a USSF “D Head Coach & E” Coaching License Instructor. South Carolina Upstate (Upstate, S.C.) 1999-05 A na ve of Winston Salem, N.C., Newsome played Assistant Coach collegiate soccer at Mars Hill College in North Carolina. 2005-10 There he was a four-year starter and received his bach- Georgia Southern Univ. (Statesboro, Ga.) elor’s degree in physical educa on in 1997. Assistant Coach Newsome’s head coaching experience began in Olympic Development Program 2006-Present 1997, when he was the boys’ varsity soccer coach at Enka High School in Ashville, N.C. A er a year he became the boys and girls varsity soccer coach at Madison High School in Marshall, N.C. where he remained un l 1999. Newsome is married to the former Jennifer Schommer, and the couple has two daughters, Ryan and Leah.

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GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH LORNA BROWNLIE Second Season at AUM | University of Mobile, 2012 Lorna Brownlie, a former NAIA All-American goalkeeper, enters her second season as a graduate assistant at AUM. Brownlie joined the Warhawks a er playing professionally for the Bay Area Breeze in the Women’s Premier Soccer League. She has played in the WPSL for three consecu ve summers. In 2011, Brownlie played for the Gulf Coast Texans, where she was the team’s Player of the Year and the Sunshine Division Goalkeeper of the Year. In addi on to her summer professional experience, Brownlie was a standout performer for the University of Mobile in 2010 and 2011. As a senior for the Rams in 2012, she started all 24 games in goal and finished with an outstanding 20-3-1 record. She registered nine shutouts, allowing only 24 goals on the season and making 103 saves. A er the season, Brownlie was named a Third-Team NAIA All-American, while also receiving first-team all-conference honors. She made the All-SSAC Tournament team a er leading Mobile to the conference championship game. Brownlie tallied a 12-6-1 record in her junior season, with seven shutouts in 19 games. While at Mobile, Brownlie worked as an assistant soccer coach at Bayside Academy in Daphne, Ala. She is also currently a goalkeeper coach for Torjäger Soccer Club in Montgomery. Prior to joining Mobile, Brownlie played at Division I school Jacksonville University for one season. A Glasgow, Scotland na ve, Brownlie was a member of Scotland’s U15, U17 and U19 Na onal teams. She earned her bachelor’s degree in human performance and exercise science and is working towards a master’s in exercise science at AUM.

STUDENT VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT KARINA SUETSUGU First Season at AUM | Two-year Le erwinner for Warhawks Following a two-year playing career with the Warhawks, Karina Suetsugu will join the coaching staff in the role of student assistant. During her tenure at AUM, Suetsugu scored 10 goals and assisted on five others in her 34 games played. The Sao Paulo, Brazil, na ve posted 52 shots, including 27 of which were on goal, and ne ed the game-winning goal in two matches. Prior to joining the Warhawks, she a ended Cochise College in Douglas, Ariz., where she scored seven goals and recorded three assists as a sophomore. Suetsugu graduated high school from Escola Alegria de Saber in Toyota, Japan, and also played for the club team Toyota Ladies FC for five years. The daughter of Helio and Fernanda Suetsugu, she is working to complete her bachelor’s degree in interna onal studies.

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT NIK CHAMBERLAIN First Season at AUM | Auburn University at Montgomery, 2012 Nik Chamberlain is a recognizable face around the AUM men’s soccer program, but in 2013 he will serve as a volunteer assistant with the women’s program. A four-year le erwinner at AUM, Chamberlain appeared in 78 matches, a mark which ranks ninth in the program’s history. The Eastbourne, England, na ve, scored seven goals and assisted on 11 others, while a emp ng 85 shots during his career. As a sophomore, Chamberlain was a first-team all-conference selec on, All-Region XII performer and earned Honorable Menon All-American honors from the NAIA. He was a second-team all-conference honoree as a junior and was a two- me NAIA Scholar Athlete. Chamberlain, the son of Colin and Pat Chamberlain, graduated from AUM in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in physical educaon. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in exercise science.

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Senior | Forward | 5-9 | Egilsstadir, Iceland | Marke ng 2012 [Junior]: Appeared in 18 of AUM’s 19 games, with five starts … collected four goals and five assists for the Warhawks … the five helpers were ed for second-best on the team, while her 13 points were ed for third-best … played a key role in AUM’s upset of seventh-ranked Mar n Methodist on Aug. 31, contribu ng a goal and two assists in the 4-2 win … her goal was the game-winner in the 63rd minute … had another four-point performance against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 28, tallying a goal and two assists … also scored at Freed-Hardeman on Sept. 15, and registered the game-winning goal against Belhaven on Oct. 24, breaking AUM’s lengthy goal drought in the process … had 30 shots on the year, 10 of which were directed on goal … had a season-high five shots at Montevallo on Sept. 7 and had a season-high three shots on goal against Brewton-Parker 2011 [Sophomore]: Made 13 appearances, with eight starts … finished ed for third on the team with five goals … also added two assists for a total of 12 points … registered a season-high seven shots and five shots on goal in first start of the season against Brewton-Parker (9/29) … tallied her two assists in that game … scored her first goal as a Warhawk in the following game against Emmanuel … added another goal in a victory over Shorter on Oct. 8 … provided both of the team’s goals against William Carey on Oct. 22, leading AUM to a 2-2 e … notched her fi h goal in the regular season finale against Faulkner on Oct. 29 … finished season with 32 shots and 19 shots on goal. Prep: A ended Menntaskólinn á Egilsstöðum in Egilsstaðir, Iceland … played club soccer for Íþró afélagið Hö ur (2005-08), Grindavík (2008-10) and Reykjavík Football Club (2011) in Iceland … also played for FK Donn in Norway in 2009 … was team MVP and leading goal scorer for Hö ur in 2008.

ALEXANDRA SVEINSDOTTIR

Personal: Born on July 31, 1989 … her parents, Sveinn and Oddny, both played soccer and appeared in over 100 semi-professional games … has five younger brothers and one older sister … majoring in marke ng.

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Sveinsdo r’s Game Highs Shots: .......................................................7, at Brewton-Parker (9/29/11) Goals: .......................................................2, vs. William Carey (10/22/11)

Why I choose AUM ................................... It is a good school with a winning tradi on Career plans a er AUM.................................... pursue a graduate program in Iceland

Assists: ..................................... 2, 3X (Last: vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12) Points: ...................................... 4, 3X (Last: vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Athlete I admire most .............................................................................. Lionel Messi Favorite soccer player .............................................................................. Lionel Messi Favorite food ........................................................................................................ sushi Favorite band......................................................................................................... Alt-J Favorite movie ............................................................................. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

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Hobbies.................................................................................... traveling, ea ng, music

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Senior | Defense | 5-9 | Leonberg, Germany | Exercise Science 2012 [Junior]: Started all 15 games she appeared in for the Warhawks, earning second-team all-conference honors from the SSAC … finished year with three goals and three assists, while playing in a variety of posi ons on the pitch … began season with an assist in AUM’s 6-1 win over Bethel on Aug. 25 … collected the remainder of her points in back-to-back four-point performances against Freed-Hardeman (Sept. 15) and True -McConnell (Sept. 21) … had a goal and two assists against the Lions, and a pair of goals versus the Bears, including the game-winner … also had a seasonhigh three shots (all on goal) against True -McConnell … had a total of nine shots, six of which were on goal, in 2012 … named to the SSAC All-Academic team, and was also a Capital One Academic All-America second-team member. 2011 [Sophomore]: Did not par cipate in any matches. Prep: A ended Johann-Friedrich-von-Co a-Schule in Stu gart, Germany … played four seasons for the club soccer team FFC Frankfurt and two seasons for VfL Sindelfingen. Personal: Born April 13, 1988 … is the daughter of Michael and Angela Heller … has an older sister, Jasmin ... majoring in exercise science.

MAREN HELLER

Kicking it with Maren Heller Why I choose AUM .... Coach Newsome, the soccer program and the business school Career plans a er AUM....................................Ph.D and to play soccer professionally Favorite class at AUM ................................................................................. psychology

Heller’s Game Highs Shots: .................................................. 3, vs. True -McConnell (9/21/12) Goals: ..............................................2, vs. vs. True -McConnell (9/21/12) Assists: ..................................................2, vs. Freed-Hardeman (9/15/12) Points: ................................4, Twice (Last: at True -McConnell (9/21/12)

Favorite soccer players ......................................... Bas n Shweinsteiger and Kim Kulig If I could play another sport at AUM it would be ...................................cross country Favorite food ........................................................................................................pasta Favorite band.............................................................................................Emeli Sande Favorite movie ................................................................................................The Heat Biggest pet peeve ...................................................................................................cats

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What I like most about Coach Newsome.. .................................................. his humor

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ARNA OMARSDOTTIR

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Senior | Defense | 5-7 | Reykjavik, Iceland | Pre-Medical 2012 [Sophomore]: Named second-team all-conference a er helping lead a defense which allowed only 17 goals in 19 games … was one of five Warhawks to start every game last season … played center-back on a defense that gave up a total of 137 shots on the season, compared to 411 for AUM … added a goal and an assist offensively … her goal came in the Warhawks’ season-opening win over Bethel on Aug. 25 … assisted on a Maria Ros Arngrimsdo r tally against Emmanuel on Sept. 29 … finished the year with six shots, including three shots on goal … had a season-high two shots against Brenau on Nov. 3 in the SSAC tournament. Prep: A ended the Commercial College of Iceland and the University of Iceland in Reykjavik … was a member of club soccer team Breidablik for 14 years, helping lead the team to junior team championships in 2009 and 2010. Personal: Born on March 19, 1991 … daughter of Omar Torfason and Sigurlaug Hilmarsdo r … has two older sisters, Sif and Sandra … majoring a pre-medical

ARNA OMARSDOTTIR

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Omarsdo r’s Game Highs Shots: ...................................................................... 2, at Brenau (11/3/12)

Why I choose AUM ............................................................................. the soccer team

Goals: ...................................................................... 1, vs. Bethel (8/25/12)

Career plans a er AUM............................................................. a end medical school

Assists: ............................................................. 1, vs. Emmanuel (9/25/12)

Athlete I admire most ...........................................................my father, Omar Tofason

Points: ..................................................................... 2, vs. Bethel (8/25/12)

Favorite class at AUM ......................................................... Anatomy and Physiology II If I could play another sport at AUM it would be .............................................. tennis Favorite soccer player ..........................................................................David Beckham Biggest pet peeve .......................................................................spelling my last name Favorite food ..................................................................................................... lobster Favorite musical ar st ................................................................................Celine Dion Favorite movie .........................................................................................The Lion King Favorite TV show .................................................................................Sex and the City

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Senior | Goalkeeper | 5-5 | Norwich, England | Exercise Science 2012 [Junior]: Earned second-team all-conference honors a er star ng all 19 games for the Warhawks and allowing just 17 goals … finished season with an 11-6-2 record … had a miniscule 0.94 goals-against average, which is ed for third-best in school history … registered 52 saves and three shutouts … was also a part of an addi onal five team shutouts … had a career-high 442:26 minute scoreless streak from Sept. 13 – Oct. 3 which covered a span of seven matches … tallied her first individual shutout in AUM’s 3-0 win over Southern Wesleyan on Sept. 22 … added clean sheets in a draw at Spring Hill (Oct. 20) and a win versus Faulkner (Oct. 27) … allowed one goal or less in 15 of 19 starts … made a career-high eight saves in team’s regular season finale at Lindsey Wilson on Oct. 30 … added six saves in the SSAC tournament at Brenau (Nov. 3) … was named to the SSAC All-Academic team and was a member of the Capital One Academic All-America second-team. 2011 [Sophomore]: Named to the SSAC All-Freshman team a er a highly successful debut season … appeared in 15 games, with 11 starts … finished with a 7-5 record, two shutouts and 44 saves … had a 1.08 GAA, which ranks seventh best in school history … debuted against Northwood (Fla.) on Sept. 11, making two saves in a reserve appearance … made her first career start in a win against True -McConnell on Sept. 23 … earned her first shutout in the following game against Southern Wesleyan … stopped a season-high six shots in back-to-back matches vs. Emmanuel (Oct. 1) and Lee (Oct. 6) … completed her second shutout with a three save effort against Belhaven on Oct. 18. Prep: A ended Hewe Sixth Form in Norwich, England … played three seasons for head coach Sco Emmerson for the soccer club Norwich City Ladies.

HOLLY CLARKE

Personal: Full name is Holly Elizabeth Clarke … born January 2, 1992 … is the daughter of Alan and Frances Clarke … has two older sisters, Amy and Becky … majoring in exercise science ... a member of the AUM Student-Athlete Advisory Commi ee.

Kicking it with Holly Clarke Why I choose AUM ................. a great selec on of degrees to choose from and a quality soccer program Career plans a er AUM........................................................pursue a master’s degree Favorite class at AUM ............................................................Anatomy and Physiology If I could play another sport at AUM it would be ............................................ so ball Favorite soccer player ....................................................... Joe Hart and Rachel Brown Biggest pet peeve ........................people using the elevator to go to the second floor Biggest sports thrill

Clarke’s Career Highs Saves: ......................................................... 8, vs. Lindsey Wilson (10/30/12) Scoreless Minutes: ............................................ 443:06 (9/13/11 - 10/3/12) ............................................................................. 65:00 vs Thomas, 9/13/12 .............................................................. 57:32 vs Freed-Hardeman, 9/15/12 ..............................................................78:13 vs True -McConnell, 9/21/12 .......................................................... 90:00 vs Southern Wesleyan, 9/22/12 .................................................................45:00 vs Brewton-Parker, 9/28/12 ........................................................................ 77:54 vs Emmanuel, 9/29/12 .............................................................................. 29:27 vs Mobile, 10/3/12

....................playing my first game for my country and wearing the badge of England Favorite movie ..........................................................................................Pitch Perfect Favorite TV show ................................................................................ Big Bang Theory

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NICOLE LETFORD

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Junior | Forward | 5-9 | S rling, Scotland | Sports Management 2012 [Sophomore]: Was one of five Warhawks to start all 19 games last season … tallied four assists on the season, including a three-helper performance against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 28 … added her other assist in a home win versus Belhaven on Oct. 24 … registered 32 shots and 13 shots on goal for the year … had season-highs of seven shots and four shots on goal against Brewton-Parker … had three shots against Mar n Methodist (Aug. 31), Lee (Oct. 11) and Spring Hill (Oct. 20) 2011 [Freshman]: Did not par cipate in any matches Prep: A ended Forth Valley College in Falkirk, Scotland … prior to her me at FVC, a ended St. Modan’s High School in S rling, Scotland … played soccer for head coach Roseanne Ryan, as well as basketball and badminton … led the team in goals and was selected the player of the year in 2008 … played four years of club soccer for the Falkirk Ladies FC, where she helped the team to the League Cup Championship in 2006 … was voted Most Improved, Player of the Year and Player’s Player of the Year while par cipa ng with the club. Personal: Born September 15, 1990 … is the daughter of Debbie Le ord … has a younger brother, Kieran, and a younger sister, Lana … majoring in sports management.

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Le ord’s Game Highs Shots: .........................................................7, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Why I choose AUM

Goals: ................................................................................................... none

.....................Coach Newsome was passionate and convincing of the success at AUM

Assists: .......................................................3, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Career plans a er AUM................................................................................................

Points: ........................................................3, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

....... pursue a master’s degree, play professionally and find a job in the sports sector Favorite class at AUM .............................................................................sports finance If I could play another sport at AUM it would be ...................................cross country Favorite soccer player .............................................................................. Lionel Messi Biggest pet peeve ..................................................................................... being messy Favorite food ....................................................................................chicken and pasta Favorite musical ar sts .................................................................... Pink and Eminem Favorite movie ...........................................................................................Man on Fire

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Favorite TV show .................................................................................Grey’s Anatomy

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What I like most about Coach Newsome.. ....................................he is approachable

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Hobbies..................... movies, reading, sports, spending me with friends and family

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Junior | Midfield | 5-3 | Reykjavik, Iceland | Speech-Language Pathology 2012 [Sophomore]: Named second-team all-conference a er finishing third on the team with six goals … was one of five Warhawks to start all 19 matches … scored her first goal of the year in season-opening win over Bethel on Aug. 25 … added three goals in a span of four matches at the end of September, tallying solo markers against True -McConnell (Sept. 21), Brewton-Parker (Sept. 28) and Emmanuel (Sept. 29) … scored goals in back-to-back games versus Belhaven (Oct. 24) and Faulkner (Oct. 27) … her goal against the Eagles opened the scoring and turned out to be the game-winner … totaled a season-high six shots against Emmanuel and Spring Hill (Oct. 20), with a season-high four shots on goal against the Badgers … dished out her only assist on Margret Albertsdo r’s gamewinner against SCAD-Savannah on Sept. 2 … finished season with 52 shots and 22 shots on goal, both of which were third-best on the squad. 2011 [Freshman]: Did not par cipate in any matches. Prep: A ended Fjolbrautarskolinn i Breiohol in Reykjavik, Iceland … played for the club soccer team Fylkir from 2002-2011 … was selected Fylkir’s Best Player in 2006 and 2009. Personal: Full name is Eyrun Rakel Agnarsdo r … born August 26, 1991 … is the daughter of Agnar Sveirisson and Hjordis Bjornsdo r … has a younger brother, Gabriel Agnarsson … majoring in speech-language pathology. EYRUN RAKEL AGNARSDOTTIR

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Agnarsdo r’s Game Highs Shots: ............................................. 6, Twice (Last: at Spring Hill, 10/20/12)

Why I choose AUM ................................................I knew people who were a ending

Goals: .................................................... 1, 6X (Last: vs. Faulkner, 10/27/12)

Career plans a er AUM.................................... pursue my master’s degree in Iceland

Assists: .........................................................1, vs. SCAD-Savannah (9/2/12)

Favorite class at AUM ...................................................................... my speech classes

Points: ................................................... 2, 6X (Last: vs. Faulkner, 10/27/12)

If I could play another sport at AUM it would be .............................................. tennis Favorite soccer players ....................................................Mia Hamm and Lionel Messi Biggest pet peeve ...................................................................................................cats Favorite food ..........................................................................................Icelandic food Favorite musical ar st .....................................................................................Beyonce Favorite movie ............................................................................................ Safe Haven Favorite TV show ...................................................................................... Hart of Dixie

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If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to .......................................................................Asia

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Junior | Forward | 5-10 | Reykjavik, Iceland | Interna onal Business 2012 [Sophomore]: Made 18 appearances for AUM, including 14 starts … totaled two goals and three assists on the year … first goal of the year ed the score against seventh-ranked Mar n Methodist on Aug. 31, a game which AUM would go on to win 4-2 … had a season-best three points against Belhaven on Oct. 24, tallying a goal and an assist in the 5-0 win … added assists in back-to-back home wins over Brewton-Parker (Sept. 28) and Emmanuel (Sept. 29) … finished season with 47 shots and 12 shots on goal … her nine shots against Mar n Methodist was the most for any Warhawk in 2012 … directed a season-high three shots on goal in that game … also had six shots versus Brewton-Parker and five shots against Bethel. Prep: Played the majority of her club soccer for the Reykjavik Football Club … was with the team for 16 years, star ng at the age of five … appeared in over 100 games with the club … was a part of championship seasons in 2007 and 2008 … captain of the U-20 team … scored 12 goals in both 2008 and 2009 … played with Stjarnan F.C. her final season prior to AUM. Personal: Born on June 28, 1990 … daughter of Gunnar Myrdal and Hildigunnur Gudmundsdo r … is the secondoldest in a family of seven, with three brothers and three sisters … majoring in interna onal business.

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Kicking it with Dagmar Gunnarsdo r Career plans a er AUM............... pursue my master’s degree and play professionally If I could play another sport at AUM it would be .............................................. tennis Favorite soccer players ............................................... Mario Gomez and Lo a Schelin

Gunnarsdo r’s Game Highs Shots: ..................................................... 9, vs. Mar n Methodist (8/31/12) Goals: ..............................................1, Twice (Last: vs. Belhaven, 10/24/12) Assists: .................................................1, 3X (Last: vs. Belhaven, 10/24/12) Points: ................................................................ 3, vs. Belhaven (10/24/12)

Favorite food .........................................................................Icelandic Christmas food Favorite movie ................................................................................................The Heat Favorite TV show .................................................................................Grey’s Anatomy What I like most about Coach Newsome.. ....................................his sense of humor If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to ............................................................... Thailand

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Junior | Midfield/Forward | 5-5 | Reykjavik, Iceland | Speech-Language Pathology 2011 [Sophomore]: Earned second-team all-conference accolades a er finishing second on the team with 12 goals and 28 points … set a new AUM single-half record with eight points in the opening 45 minutes against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 28 … collected a total of three goals and three assists in that game, with her hat trick coming in a span of just three minutes and 21 seconds … was the only Warhawk to record a hat trick in 2012 … scored AUM’s first goal of the season against Bethel on Aug. 25 … added two-goal games against Emmanuel (Sept. 29) and Belhaven (Oct. 24) … added an assist against the Blazers for a five-point performance … also scored against Thomas (Sept. 13), Freed-Hardeman (Sept. 15) and Southern Wesleyan (Sept. 22) … finished year with 77 shots and a team-high 38 shots on goal … had a season-high eight shots against FreedHardeman, and had another seven shots at Montevallo on Sept. 7 … directed four shots on goal on three separate occasions … appeared in all 19 games for AUM, making 17 starts … had at least one shot in all but one match. Prep: A ended Menntaskolinn vio Sund in Reykjavik, Iceland … played seven seasons of club soccer for Valur, where she helped the team to the Icelandic Championship in 2005, 2007 and 2009. Personal: Full name is Maria Ros Arngrimsdo r … born September 5, 1990 … daughter of Arngrimur Þorgrimsson and Elin Osk Oskarsdo r … has an older brother, Oskar Þor Arngrimsson, and an older sister, Bryndis Arngrimsdo r … majoring in speech-language pathology. MARIA ROS ARNGRIMSDOTTIR

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Arngrimsdo r’s Game Highs Shots: .......................................................8, vs. Freed-Hardeman (9/15/12)

Why I choose AUM ........................... I had friends here and they told me about AUM

Goals: .........................................................3, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Career plans a er AUM.................................... pursue my master’s degree in Iceland

Assists: .......................................................3, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

If I could play another sport at AUM it would be .............................................. tennis

Points: ........................................................9, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Favorite soccer players ............................................................................. Lionel Messi Favorite musical ar st ..............................................................................Jus n Bieber Favorite movie ....................................................................................... The Notebook

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Favorite TV show .............................................................................................The O.C.

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If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to ............................................................... Thailand

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Junior | Midfield | 5-2 | Canberra, Australia | Molecular Biology 2012 [Sophomore]: Was one of five Warhawks to play in all 19 games, with starts in 17 of those matches … tallied five assists on the year, which was ed for second-best on the team … also recorded a goal at Southern Wesleyan on Sept. 22 … had a strong start to the season with a pair of assists in AUM’s opener against Bethel (Aug. 25) … added helpers against Thomas (Sept. 13), Brewton-Parker (Sept. 28) and Emmanuel (Sept. 29) … had a season-high two shots on goal against Freed-Hardeman on Sept. 15 … finished 2012 with nine shots, six of which landed on goal … named to the SSAC All-Academic team. 2011 [Freshman]: Made 18 appearances, with six starts … recorded three assists in her debut season with the Warhawks … assisted on AUM’s only goal in a 1-0 victory over Southern Wesleyan on Sept. 24 … picked up her other two assists on Oct. 11 against Spring Hill … had a season-high three shots versus Brewton-Parker (Sept. 29) and William Carey (Oct. 22) … finished season with 12 shots and five shots on goal. Prep: A ended Canberra College in Canberra, Australia … played three seasons with the Woden Valley Football Club for head coach Ed Hollis and two years with the Weston Creek Football Club for head coach Mike Borisinski … helped Weston to the Women’s Premier League Championship in 2009 and Woden to the league and club championship in 2010 … was selected to the ACT state team in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Personal: Full name is Krista Nicole Hagen … born September 2, 1992 … is the daughter of Colin Pilliner and Janice Hagen … has an older brother, Shaun … is a member of the AUM Student-Athlete Advisory Commi ee and AUM Honors Program ... majoring in molecular biology.

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Hagen’s Game Highs Shots: .......................................3, Twice (Last: vs. William Carey, 10/22/11)

Why I choose AUM ....... its diverse student popula on, loca on and degrees offered

Goals: ...................................................1, vs. Southern Wesleyan (9/22/12)

Career plans a er AUM.........................I have no idea, but probably graduate school

Assists: .................................................. 2, Twice (Last: vs. Bethel, 8/25/12)

If I could play another sport at AUM it would be ............................................ so ball

Points: ................................... 2, 3X (Last: vs. Southern Wesleyan, 9/22/12)

Athlete I admire most ..................Lionel Messi and the pioneer players of the U.S. Women’s Na onal Team Favorite soccer players .......................................... Steve Garrard and Megan Rapinoe Favorite food ......................................................................... mangos and cheesecake Favorite musical ar sts ................................................................Ed Sheeran and Pink Favorite TV show ...................................................................... Scrubs or White Collar Biggest pet peeve .................... people holding the elevator to go to the second floor

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Hobbies.............................................................................soccer and playing the cello

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If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to ...............................................Fiji or the Maldives

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Sophomore | Defense | 5-6 | Perth, Australia | Exercise Science 2012 [Freshman]: made 10 appearances for the Warhawks, earning backto-back starts against Spring Hill (Oct. 20) and Belhaven (Oct. 24) … AUM did not allow a goal in those two games … added her only block of the season against the Blazers … team was 8-1-1 in games that she appeared in. Prep: A ended Mindarie Senior College in Perth, Western Australia … played club soccer at the Na onal Training Center (N.T.C.) for four years … spent one year with Balca a Soccer Club. Personal: Born on Sept. 6, 1994 … daughter of Peter Omodei … has one older sister, Emily … majoring in exercise science.

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Omodei’s Game Highs Shots: ................................................................................................... none

Why I choose AUM ....its choice of degrees and reputa on as a good soccer program

Goals: ................................................................................................... none

Career plans a er AUM....... con nue my educa on in the United States or Australia

Assists: ................................................................................................. none

If I could play another sport at AUM it would be ........................................basketball

Points: .................................................................................................. none

Athlete I admire most .................................................................................all athletes Favorite soccer players ..................................... Steve Garrard and Clare Polkinghorne Favorite food ..................................................................... pasta, watermelon and tea Favorite musical ar st ............................................................................. Jack Johnson Favorite movie .........................................................................................Dirty Dancing Favorite TV show ...................................................................................................NCIS Biggest pet peeve ............................................................................... arrogant people What I like most about Coach Newsome

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Hobbies..........................................................sleeping, soccer and going to the beach

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If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to ..................................................................Europe

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Sophomore | Midfield/Defense | 5-5 | Mount Pleasant, S.C. | Exercise Science 2012 [Freshman]: Made 12 appearances in her debut season with the Warhawks … had a breakout game against Brewton-Parker on Sept. 28 … tallied two goals and an assist against the Barons, registering all three of her shots for the season in that contest … both of her markers came in the first half, as the Warhawks opened up a 9-0 advantage in the opening 45 minutes of the match … added a pair of assists in AUM’s 8-0 win over Freed-Hardeman on Sept. 15 Prep: Graduated from Wando High School in Mount Pleasant, S.C. … was a three-year le er winner in soccer … helped lead the Warriors to class 4A state championships in 2010 and 2011 … named Player of the Game in 2011 state championship match … was selected the 2012 North/South All Star Game MVP … named alllowcountry and all-region as a senior … was an academic scholar … played club soccer for Mt. Pleasant Soccer Club, Bridge FA and SC United FC of Mt. Pleasant. Personal: Born on Aug. 29, 1993 … daughter of Ken and Camille McCardell … has an older brother, Kyle … majoring in exercise science.

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McCardell’s Game Highs Shots: .........................................................3, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Why I choose AUM ... I liked the campus, the small class size and the diverse campus

Goals: .........................................................2, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Career plans a er AUM............................................... a end physical therapy school

Assists: .....................................................2, vs. Freed-Hardeman (9/15/12)

If I could play another sport at AUM it would be ........................................basketball

Points: ........................................................5, vs. Brewton-Parker (9/28/12)

Favorite soccer players ..........................................Abby Wambach and Didier Drogba Favorite musical ar st ............................................................................ Darius Rucker Favorite movie ............................................................................Remember the Titans Favorite TV show ............................................................................... Pre y Li le Liars Biggest pet peeve ........................chewing with your mouth open and smacking food

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What I like most about Coach Newsome........... he is concerned about us as his own

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Hobbies.................................. hiking, camping, kayaking, swimming and other sports

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If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to ...............................South Korea, Paris or London

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Sophomore | Defense | 5-6 | Jessheim, Norway | Psychology 2012 [Freshman]: Provided a steady presence on the defensive end for the Warhawks in her debut season … played in all 19 games, with starts in 18 contests … contributed to a defense which earned eight clean sheets and allowed just 17 goals all season … picked up her first career point on the offensive end against Faulkner on Oct. 27, assis ng on Eyrun Rakel Agnarsdo r’s first-half game-winner … added a block in that game … had shots against SCAD-Savannah (Sept. 2) and Lee (Oct. 11). Prep: Graduated from Norwegian College of Elite Sports in 2012 … par cipated in soccer for head coach Age Steen, where she was a team captain as a senior … helped the team to the Regions Indoor soccer tournament championship … also guided the squad to a pair of first-place finishes in the Norwegian League 2, a first-place finish at the G16 and G13 Indoor tournament, and two third-place finishes at the G19 Norwegian Championships … par cipated in club soccer, where she played for Ullensaker/Kisa IL from 2004-07, Borgen IL from 2007-10 and Kongsvinger IL from 2010-12. Personal: Full name is Ida Smedheim Bjerklund … is the daughter of Inge Bjerklund and Trude Smedheim … has an older sister, Marte, a younger sister, Hedda, and a younger brother, Herman … will major in psychology … her father, Inge, was a member of the Norwegian Youth Na onal Soccer Team and the Lillestrom SK from 1984-86.

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Kicking it with Ida Bjerklund Why I choose AUM ......................................the interna onal variety within the team Career plans a er AUM........ playing professionally and work on my master’s degree Favorite soccer players .......................Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Solveig Gulbrandsen

Bjerklund’s Game Highs Shots: .......................................................1, Twice (Last: vs. Lee, 10/11/12) Goals: ................................................................................................... none Assists: ................................................................ 1, vs. Faulkner (10/27/12) Points: ................................................................. 1, vs. Faulkner (10/27/12)

Favorite food .................................................................................................ice cream Favorite movie ........................................................................................... The Holiday Favorite TV show ......................................................................Desperate Housewives Biggest pet peeve .................................................................................... bad a tudes

Bjerklund’s Career Sta s cs

What I like most about Coach Newsome..................................................... his humor

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Hobbies.............................................................................. staying fit and enjoying life

2012

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0

1

1

2

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0.0

0

If I could travel anywhere, I’d go to ........... a tropical country with beau ful beaches

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Senior | Midfield | 5-5 | Hildrizhausen, Germany | Business Prep: Graduate of Johann-Friedrich-von-Co a-Schule in Stu gart, Germany. Personal: Born April 21, 1988 ... daughter of Thomas Brauns and Irene KatzendorferBrauns… has a brother, Florian … pursuing her master’s degree in business.

Kicking it with Larissa Brauns Why I choose AUM ..................................................... its outstanding business school Favorite soccer player ......................................................................Xavier Hernandez Favorite food ................................................................................schnitzel mit spatzle Favorite TV show .........................................Two and a Half Men and Grey’s Anatomy Favorite movie ................................................................................................ Limitless

LARISSA BRAUNS

What I like most about Coach Newsome.................he treats the team like his family

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Junior | Goalkeeper | 5-9 | London, England | Sport Management Prior AUM: A ended Monroe Community College in Rochester, N.Y. … played two years for the Tribunes she was named NJCAA and NSCAA All-American. Prep: A ended Holy Family in London, England. Personal: Full name is Chloe Victoria Crook … born July 17, 1992 … is the daughter of Peter and Sharon Crook … has one brother, Dane … majoring in sport management.

Kicking it with Chloe Crook Why I choose AUM ........................................................ it had a good soccer program Favorite soccer player .....................................................................................Joe Hart Favorite food ........................................................................................................ roast

CHLOE CROOK

Favorite TV show ...........................................................................................Hollyoaks Favorite movie ....................................................................................................Titanic What I like most about Coach Newsome......... he wants us to have fun while playing

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Sophomore | Midfield | 5-2 | Taverny, France | Business Prior to AUM: Played six years for club team Cosmo Ermont Taverny… Transferred to Fas Herblay of Division II and played for Coach Eric Akoun… Won French Division II tle with Fas Herblay… A ended Mar n Methodist College for one season… Helped RedHawks win 2012 TranSouth Championship Prep: A ended Lycee Louis Jouvet in Taverny, France Personal: Born September 20, 1994… daughter to Khaled and Soraya Remache… has two older sisters, Amina and Anissa, and an older brother, Karim… majoring in business.

Kicking it with Lila Remache Why I choose AUM ........... it had a good soccer program and a great business school Favorite soccer player ............................................... David Beckham and Louis Necib Favorite food ......................................................... French and Algerian food, seafood Biggest Pet Peeve ............................................................................................. Spiders Favorite movie .................................................................The Shawshank Redemp on What I like most about Coach Newsome ...................................... he makes sure we succeed on the field and in the classroom

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Freshman | Defense | 5-3 | London, England | Psychology Prep: A ended Mill Hill County High School in London, England … received 2010-11 Sportsperson of the Year Award. Personal: Full name is Amy Jayne Glynn … born September 19, 1994 … daughter of Michael and Carol Glynn … has an older brother, Daryl … majoring in psychology.

Kicking it with Amy Glynn Why I choose AUM ..................................... the coach and players seemed really nice Favorite soccer player ..........................................................................David Beckham Favorite food .............................................................................. apples and chocolate Favorite TV show .............................................................................................. Friends

AMY GLYNN

Favorite movie ............................................................................ Friends with Benefits What I like most about Coach Newsome................................. his kids are super cute

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Freshman | Defense | 5-4 | Montgomery, Ala. | Nursing Prep: A ended Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School in Montgomery, Ala. … played for Rams coach Shawn Collins. Personal: Full name is Eileen Abigail Merino … born April 3, 1994 … daughter to Luis and Maria Merino … majoring in nursing.

Kicking it with Eileen Merino Why I choose AUM ................. it was close to home and has a great nursing program Favorite soccer player ............................................................................ Sergio Ramos Favorite food ........................................... pizza, chicken nuggets and mac and cheese Favorite TV show ............................................................Friends and Pre y Li le Liars

EILEEN MERINO

Favorite movie ............................................................................ Friends with Benefits What I like most about Coach Newsome......... he wants us to have fun while playing

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Freshman | Midfield | 5-7 | Millbrook, Ala. | Exercise Science Prep: A ended Stanhope Elmore in Millbrook, Ala. ... was a four-year le erwinner in soccer and two-year le erwinner in volleyball. Personal: Full name Georgia Brady Glenn ... born October 23, 1994 ... daughter of Tad Glenn and Renee Foshee ... has two brothers, Garre (20), and Morgan (17) ... majoring in exercise science.

Kicking it with Brady Glenn Why I choose AUM ........... it was close to home and gave me a chance to play soccer Favorite soccer player ..................................................................................Ali Krieger Favorite food .......................................................... chicken pot pie and ranch chicken Favorite TV show .....................................................................................Orphan Black

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Favorite movie ................................................................................... Lord of the Rings What I like most about Coach Newsome............. he is a posi ve and up-beat person

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2012 RESULTS Date August 25 August 31 September 2 September 9 September 13 September 15 September 21 September 22 September 28 September 29 October 3 October 11 October 13 October 17 October 20 October 24 October 27 October 30 November 3

Opponent vs. Bethel University vs. (7) Mar n Methodist College^ vs. (RV) Savannah College of Art & Design at University of Montevallo at Thomas University at Freed-Hardeman University at True -McConnell College* at Southern Wesleyan University* vs. Brewton-Parker College* vs. Emmanuel College* at (5) University of Mobile* at (2) Lee University* vs. (RV) Brenau University* at (5) William Carey University* at Spring Hill College* vs. Belhaven University* vs. Faulkner University* at (2) Lindsey Wilson College vs. (19) Brenau University@

Loca on AUM Soccer Complex Emory Folmar Complex AUM Soccer Complex Montevallo, Ala. Thomasville, Ga. Henderson, Tenn. Cleveland, Ga. Central, S.C. AUM Soccer Complex AUM Soccer Complex Mobile, Ala. Cleveland, Tenn. AUM Soccer Complex Ha esburg, Miss. Mobile, Ala. AUM Soccer Complex AUM Soccer Complex Columbia, Ky. Gainesville, Ga.

^ Played at Emory Folmar Soccer Complex (Montgomery, Ala.) @ Southern States Athle c Conference Tournament

Result W, 6-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 3-1 W, 8-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 13-0 W, 5-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 5-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-1

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

* Southern States Athle c Conference Match

2012 SEASON STATISTICS No. 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 19 20 21 23 24 25 TM

Name Courtney Omodei Haley Williams Chris ne Kelly Inga Dis Juliusdo r Nicole Le ord Eyrun Rakel Agnarsdo r Dagmar Gunnarsdo r Maria Ros Arngrimsdo r Alexandra Sveinsdo r Victoria Houston Maren Heller Krista Hagen Kendall McCardell Karina Suetsugu Arna Omarsdo r Ida Bjerklund Kris n Karlsdo r Unnur Magnusdo r Margret Albertsdo r Melissa Ledesma TEAM Warhawks Opponents

GP 10 11 19 5 19 19 18 19 18 3 15 19 12 19 19 19 14 2 19 19 19 19 19

GS 2 0 4 1 19 19 14 17 5 0 15 17 0 8 19 18 2 0 19 17 19

GP 0 19 6 19 19

GS 0 19 0

G 0 4 2 0 0 6 2 12 4 0 3 1 2 5 1 0 0 0 14 1 1 58 17

A 0 1 2 1 4 1 3 4 5 0 3 5 3 2 1 1 0 0 6 1 0 43 14

Pts 0 9 6 1 4 13 7 28 13 0 9 7 7 12 3 1 0 0 34 3 2 159 48

G/SH 0.000 0.333 0.286 0.000 0.000 0.115 0.043 0.156 0.133 0.000 0.333 0.111 0.667 0.172 0.167 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.173 0.111 0.000 0.141 0.124

SH 0 12 7 0 32 52 47 77 30 0 9 9 3 29 6 2 6 0 81 9 0 411 137

SOG 0 8 4 0 13 22 12 38 10 0 6 6 3 14 3 0 2 0 37 5 0 183 69

SOG/SH 0.000 0.667 0.571 0.000 0.406 0.423 0.255 0.494 0.333 0.000 0.667 0.667 1.000 0.483 0.500 0.000 0.333 0.000 0.457 0.556 0.000 0.445 0.504

YC 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 14

RC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

GW 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 11 6

PKM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

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Min 0:00 1622:06 127:54 1750:00 1750:00

GA 0 17 0 17 58

GAAvg 0.000 0.943 0.000 0.874 2.983

SV 0 52 1 53 128

Pct 0.000 0.754 1.000 0.757 0.688

W 0 11 0 11 6

L 0 6 0 6 11

T 0 2 0 2 2

SHO 5.00 3.00 0.00 8.00 6.00

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Name Courtney Omodei Haley Williams Chris ne Kelly Inga Dis Juliusdo r Nicole Le ord Eyrun Rakel Agnarsdo r Dagmar Gunnarsdo r Maria Ros Arngrimsdo r Alexandra Sveinsdo r Victoria Houston Maren Heller Krista Hagen Kendall McCardell Karina Suetsugu Arna Omarsdo r Ida Bjerklund Kris n Karlsdo r Unnur Magnusdo r Margret Albertsdo r Melissa Ledesma TEAM Warhawks Opponents

GP 7 6 11 3 11 11 11 11 11 3 7 11 8 11 11 11 9 1 11 11 11 11 11

GS 2 0 3 1 11 11 8 9 3 0 7 10 0 6 11 10 2 0 11 10 11

GP 0 11 4 11 11

GS 0 11 0

G 0 2 0 0 0 5 1 8 2 0 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 32 5

A 0 0 1 1 4 0 3 4 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 24 5

Pts 0 4 1 1 4 10 5 20 6 0 4 4 5 4 1 1 0 0 16 2 0 88 15

G/SH 0.000 0.200 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.152 0.038 0.205 0.125 0.000 0.400 0.250 0.667 0.118 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.136 0.143 0.000 0.135 0.067

SH 0 10 3 0 23 33 26 39 16 0 5 4 3 17 1 1 5 0 44 7 0 237 75

SOG 0 6 1 0 8 13 6 18 8 0 3 2 3 8 0 0 2 0 22 3 0 103 34

SOG/SH 0.000 0.600 0.333 0.000 0.348 0.394 0.231 0.462 0.500 0.000 0.600 0.500 1.000 0.471 0.000 0.000 0.400 0.000 0.500 0.429 0.000 0.435 0.453

YC 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 6

RC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 4

PKM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PKA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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Melissa Ledesma was a two-year le erwinner at AUM, but was also a key piece of the Warhawks’ defensive unit that allowed only five goals in Southern States Athle c Conference play last season.

Min 0:00 924:58 85:02 1010:00 1010:00

GA 0 5 0 5 32

GAAvg 0.000 0.487 0.000 0.446 2.852

Karina Suetsugu scored five mes in 2012, including twice in conference play. Suetsugu will now transi on to the sidelines, as she will serve as a student assistant coach for the Warhawks during the 2013 season.

SV 0 29 0 29 71

Pct 0.000 0.853 0.000 0.853 0.689

W 0 6 0 6 4

L 0 4 0 4 6

T 0 1 0 1 1

SHO 4.00 3.00 0.00 7.00 5.00

Margret Albertsdo r led the Warhawks with 14 goals, six assists and 34 points in 2012. She earned SecondTeam All-SSAC honors and opened the season by scoring a point in AUM’s first 10 games.

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1999 .................. Melissa Perovich, 13

1999 ............... C. Delgatti/E. Sarrio, 7

1999 .................. Melissa Perovich, 31

1999 .................. Melissa Perovich, 60

2000 ................... Melissa Perovich,17

2000 ....................... Carli Delgatti, 13

2000 .................. Melissa Perovich, 40

2000 .................. Melissa Perovich, 69

2001 ........................ Paige Gaston,19

2001 ................. Anna Smaradottir, 13

2001 ....................... Paige Gaston, 46

2001 ....................... Paige Gaston, 79

2002 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 30

2002 ........ Helga Osk Hannesdottir, 17

2002 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 71

2002 ................... Ellen deClouet, 102

2003 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 16

2003 .........................Tara Rogers, 12

2003 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 43

2003 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 79

2004 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 24

2004 .......... Hrefna Johannesdottir, 21

2004 .......... Hrefna Johannesdottir, 61

2004 ..................... Ellen deClouet, 82

2005 ................... Bethany Wansley, 9

2005 ................. Bethany Wansley, 10

2005 ................. Bethany Wansley, 28

2005 ........ Helga Osk Hannesdottir, 58

2006 ....................... Kristy Honan, 10

2006 .................. Tinna Hauksdottir, 9

2006 ....................... Kristy Honan, 26

2006 .................Tinna Hauksdottir, 35

2007 ........................ Amber Elam, 26

2007 ..................... Tschana Wade, 15

2007 ........................ Amber Elam, 63

2007 ........................ Amber Elam, 86

2008 ........................ Amber Elam, 16

2008 .......................... Amber Elam, 8

2008 ........................ Amber Elam, 40

2008 ........................ Amber Elam, 94

2009 ........................ Amber Elam, 16

2009 ........................ Amber Elam, 11

2009 ........................ Amber Elam, 43

2009 ...................... Amber Elam, 133

2010 ........................ Amber Elam, 12

2010 ............Alexandra Tomasdottir, 5

2010 ........................ Amber Elam, 25

2010 ...................... Amber Elam, 113

2011 .... Albertsdottir/Franklinsdottir, 7

2011 .............. Margret Albertsdottir, 5

2011 ............ Margret Albertsdottir, 19

2011 ............ Margret Albertsdottir, 56

2012 ............ Margret Albertsdottir, 14

2012 .............. Margret Albertsdottir, 6

2012 ............ Margret Albertsdottir, 34

2012 ............ Margret Albertsdottir, 81

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1999 ...................................... Megan Sinclair, 1.23

1999 ................................... Emma Gustavsson, 48

1999 .................................. Emma Gustavsson, 3.5

2000 ................................ Emma Gustavsson, 1.24

2000 ................................... Emma Gustavsson, 79

2000 .....................................Emma Gustavsson, 7

2001 ................................ Emma Gustavsson, 0.95

2001 ................................. Emma Gustavsson, 109

2001 ................................... Emma Gustavsson, 11

2002 ................................ Emma Gustavsson, 0.64

2002 ................................. Emma Gustavsson, 107

2002 ................................... Emma Gustavsson, 17

2003 .................................... Elsa Einarsdottir, 1.19

2003 .......................................Elsa Einarsdottir, 82

2003 .......................................Elsa Einarsdottir, 10

2004 .................................... Elsa Einarsdottir, 1.33

2004 .......................................Elsa Einarsdottir, 95

2004 .......................................Elsa Einarsdottir, 11

2005 .................................... Elsa Einarsdottir, 0.94

2005 .......................................Elsa Einarsdottir, 67

2005 .......................................Elsa Einarsdottir, 10

2006 .......................................Jennifer Davis, 1.49

2006 ......................................... Jennifer Davis, 67

2006 ........................................... Jennifer Davis, 7

2007 .......................................Jennifer Davis, 1.07

2007 .............................................Jessica Wall, 42

2007 .............................................. Jessica Wall, 7

2008 .......................................Jennifer Davis, 2.54

2008 ........................................Jennifer Davis, 112

2008 ........................................ Jennifer Davis, 2.5

2009 ..................................... Daisy Burnfield, 0.94

2009 ........................................ Daisy Burnfield, 99

2009 ..........................................Daisy Burnfield, 8

2010 ..................................... Daisy Burnfield, 0.81

2010 ........................................ Daisy Burnfield, 72

2010 ..........................................Daisy Burnfield, 4

2011 ..........................................Holly Clarke, 1.08

2011 .............................................Holly Clarke, 44

2011 .............................................. Holly Clarke, 2

2012 ..........................................Holly Clarke, 0.94

2012 .............................................Holly Clarke, 52

2012 .............................................. Holly Clarke, 2

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Points Season ............................. 71, Ellen deClouet, 2002 Career ....................... 206, Ellen deClouet, 2001-04

Career ...................92, Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002-05

Matches Played (Goalkeepers) Shots

Career ...................75, Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02

Season ...............................133, Amber Elam, 2009 Career ...........................426, Amber Elam, 2007-10

Saves Season ............................ 112, Jennifer Davis, 2008 Career .............308, Emma Gustavsson, 1999-2002

Minutes Played (Goalkeeper) Season .................. 2,252, Emma Gustavsson, 2002

Goals Against Average VICTORIA EKWENUKE

Goals Season ............................ .30, Ellen deClouet, 2002 Career ........................ .82, Ellen deClouet, 2001-04

Assists Season ................. 21, Hrefna Johannesdo r, 2004 Career ......................... 42, Ellen deClouet, 2001-04

Season .................. 0.640, Emma Gustavsson, 2002 Career ................... 0.868, Daisy Burnfield, 2009-10

Shutouts Season ....................... 17, Emma Gustavsson, 2002 Career ...................38, Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02

Consecu ve Starts Career ....................84, Jennifer Crawford, 2002-03

The Last Time a Warhawk… Scored Five Goals in a Match Amber Elam, vs. Columbia, Oct. 3, 2008 Scored Four Goals in a Match Kristen Mitchell, at Columbia, Oct. 24, 2009 Scored Three Goals in a Match Maria Ros Arngrimsdottir, vs. Brewton-Parker, Sept. 28, 2012 Had Three Assists in a Match Tschana Wade, vs. Shorter, Oct. 10, 2007 Had 10 or more Points in a Match Amber Elam (12), vs. Columbia, Oct. 3, 2008 Had 5 or more points in a Half Maria Ros Arngrimsdottir (8), vs. Brewton-Parker, Sept. 28, 2012 Took 10 or More Shots in a Match Amber Elam (15), vs. Brewton-Parker, Aug. 27, 2010 Had 15 or More Saves in a Match Emma Gustavsson, vs. Westmont, Nov. 23, 2002 Had 10 or More Saves in a Match Daisy Burnfield (12), at Lee, Nov. 11, 2010

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The Last Time the Warhawks… Scored 10 Goals in a Match W, 10-0, at Columbia, Oct. 24, 2009 Scored more than 10 Goals in a Match W, 14-0, at Emmanuel, Sept. 23, 2006 Scored 5 or more Goals in a Half 9, at Emmanuel, Sept. 23, 2006 Had 30 Shots in a Match 37, vs. Brewton-Parker, Nov. 7, 2009 Defeated a Ranked Opponent W, 1-0 (OT), vs. No. 6 Martin Methodist, Oct. 2, 2010

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Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

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

30 26 24 23 20 20 19 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 16

Emma Gustavsson, 2002 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2004 Emma Gustavsson, 2001 Daisy Burnfield, 2009 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2005 Jennifer Davis, 2006 Holly Clarke, 2012 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003 Emma Gustavsson, 2000 Jennifer Davis, 2008

2,252 2,230 2,003 1,922 1,825 1,811 1,622 1,570 1,568 1,487

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ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9.

Hrefna Johannesdo r, 2004 Helga Osk Hannesdo r, 2002 Tschana Wade, 2007 Carli Delga , 2000 Anna Smarado r, 2001 Hollie Williamson, 2001 Holiie Williamson, 2002 Ellen deClouet, 2002 Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002 Ellen deClouet, 2004 Courtney McCluskey, 2002 Ellen deClouet, 2003 Amber Elam, 2007 Amber Elam, 2009

JENNIFER DAVIS

21 17 15 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

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

TSCHANA WADE

Jennifer Davis, 2008 Emma Gustavsson, 2001 Emma Gustavsson, 2002 Daisy Burnfield, 2009 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2004 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003 Emma Gustavsson, 2000 Daisy Burnfield, 2010 Jennifer Davis, 2006 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2005

112 109 107 99 95 84 79 72 67 67

Ellen deClouet, 2002 Amber Elam, 2007 Hrefna Johannesdo r, 2004 Ellen deClouet, 2004 Tschana Wade, 2007 Paige Gaston, 2001 Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002 Amber Elam, 2009 9. Ellen deClouet, 2003 10. Amber Elam, 2008 Melissa Perovich, 1999 Victoria Ekwenuke, 2004

SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 4.

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

ELSA EINARSDOTTIR

71 63 61 59 55 46 43 43 41 40 40 40

6. 7.

Emma Gustavsson, 2002 Emma Gustavsson, 2001 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2004 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2005 Daisy Burnfield, 2009 Jennifer Davis, 2006 Emma Gustavsson, 1999 Jessica Wall, 2007

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GOALS AGAINST % (MIN. 10 GAMES)

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

Amber Elam, 2009 Amber Elam, 2010 Ellen deClouet, 2002 Amber Elam, 2008 Amber Elam, 2007 Ellen deClouet, 2004 Margret Albertsdo r, 2012 Paige Gaston, 2001 Ellen deClouet, 2003 Maria Arngrimsdo r, 2012

133 113 102 94 86 82 81 79 79 77

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MOLLY McCLURE

Emma Gustavsson, 2002 Daisy Burnfield, 2010 Holly Clarke, 2012 Daisy Burnfield, 2009 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2005 6. Emma Gustavsson, 2001 7. Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003 8. Jennifer Davis, 2007 Holly Clarke, 2011 10. Jessica Wall, 2007

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Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002-05 Ellen deClouet, 2001-04 Jessie Rosa, 2001-04 Tinna Hauksdo r, 2005-08 Amanda Johnston, 2001-04 Jennifer Crawford, 2000-03 7. Emmy Branciere, 1999-02 8. Hollie Williamson, 2001-04 9. Riikka Brander, 2005-08 10. Lindsey Hudson, 2003-06

92 87 86 85 84 84 83 82 80 79

CONSECUTIVE STARTS 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Jennifer Crawford, 2003-03 Ellen deClouet, 2001-04 Emmy Branciere, 1999-02 Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02 Lisa Lofquist, 2001-04 Asta Fridriksdo r, 2009-11 Jessie Rosa, 2002-03 Amber Elam, 2007-10

84 83 83 75 67 58 57 56

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Ellen deClouet, 2001-04 206 Amber Elam, 2007-10 171 Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002-05 138 Tschana Wade, 2007-10 92 Margret Albertsdo r, 2009-12 73 Melissa Perovich, 1999-00 71 Paige Gaston, 2000-01 71 Amanda Johnston, 2001-04 66 Lisa Lofquist, 2001-04 61 Hrefna Johannesdo r, 2004 61

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Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003-05

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SHOTS 1. 2.

Ellen deClouet, 2001-04 Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002-05 Amber Elam, 2007-10 Hollie Williamson, 2001-04 Helga Hannesdo r, 2002-05 Anna Smarsdo r, 1999-01 Lisa Lofquist, 2001-2004 Amanda Johnston, 2001-04 Hrefna Johannesdo r, 2004 Carli Delga , 1999-00

Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003-05 Jennifer Davis, 2006-09 Daisy Burnfield, 2009-10 Holly Clarke, 2011-pres. Megan Sinclair, 2000-01

SHUTOUTS Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003-05

GOALS AGAINST AVG 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Daisy Burnfield, 2009-10 Holly Clarke, 2011-pres. Emma Gustavsson, 1999-02 Elsa Einarsdo r, 2003-05 Jennifer Davis, 2006-09

0.868 0.995 1.013 1.082 1.528

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

Amber Elam, 2007-10 Ellen deClouet, 2001-04 M. Albertsdo r, 2009-12 Victoria Ekwenuke, 2002-05 Kris n Mitchell, 2008-11 Melissa Perovich, 1999-00 Paige Gaston, 2000-01 Anna Smarsdo r, 1999-01 Helga Franklinsdo r, 2009-11

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ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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2000 ................. Melissa Perovich (Honorable Mention) .................................Leslie Hess (Honorable Mention) ..............................Paige Gaston (Honorable Mention) 2001 ...............................Emmy Branciere (Academic) .............................................. Leslie Hess (Academic) 2002 ............................ Ellen deClouet (Second Team) ...................... Helga Osk Hannesdottir (Second Team) ....................... Jennifer Crawford (Honorable Mention) ......................Emma Gustavsson (Honorable Mention) .............................. Lisa Lofquist (Honorable Mention) 2003 ....................Ellen deClouet (Honorable Mention) ...................... Victoria Ekwenuke (Honorable Mention) ......................... Elsa Einarsdottir (Honorable Mention) ..........................Lindsey Hudson (Honorable Mention) ......... Lisa Lofquist (Honorable Mention and Academic) ............................Helga Osk Hannesdottir (Academic) 2004 ................................ Ellen deClouet (First Team) ..................................Lindsey Hudson (Second Team) ........................ Hrefna Johannesdottir (Second Team) .................................... Elsa Einarsdottir (Third Team) 2005 .............................Lindsey Hudson (Third Team) .Helga Osk Hannesdottir (Hon. Mention and Academic)

.......................................... Irisa Kennedy (Academic) ................................Olina Sigurgeirsdottir (Academic) 2006 ..................Lindsey Hudson (Honorable Mention) 2007 ....................... Amber Elam (Honorable Mention) ............................Tschana Wade (Honorable Mention) ........................................Anna Jonsdottir (Academic) 2008 ....................... Amber Elam (Honorable Mention) ......................................... Riikka Brander (Academic) ..........................................Jennifer Davis (Academic) ........................................... Andi McHugh (Academic) 2009 ....................... Amber Elam (Honorable Mention) .................................... Christine DeVito (Third Team) ............................... Amber Elam (Honorable Mention) ...................Helga Franklinsdottir (Honorable Mention) ...........................Daisy Burnfield (Honorable Mention) ..........................................Jennifer Davis (Academic) ........................................... Andi McHugh (Academic) 2010 ......................... Jana Yates (Honorable Mention) .............................................Amber Elam (Academic) 2011 ...................................... K.C. Hewitt (Academic) 2012 ................................. Haley Williams (Academic)

All-Conference Selections 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Carli Delgatti (1st) Helen Moss (2nd) Leslie Hess (1st) Emmy Branciere (1st) Tara Rogers (1st) Emmy Branciere (1st) Emma Gustavsson (1st) Jennifer Crawford (1st) Lisa Lofquist (1st) Ellen deClouet (1st) Lindsey Hudson (1st) Sue Lizana (2nd) Lindsey Hudson (1st) Kristy Honan (2nd) Amber Elam (1st) Amber Elam (1st) Daisy Burnfield (1st) Jana Yates (1st) Helga Franklinsdottir (1st) Eyrun Agnarsdottir (2nd) Holly Clarke (2nd)

Melissa Perovich (1st) Tinna Ottarsdottir (2nd) Melissa Perovich (1st) Ellen deClouet (1st) Anna Smaradottir (1st) Ellen deClouet (1st) Jessie Rosa (1st) Ellen deClouet (1st) Tara Rogers (1st) Lindsey Hudson (1st) Helga Osk Hannesdottir (1st)

Elizabeth Sarrio (1st)

Anna Smaradottir (1st)

Emma Gustavsson (2nd)

Anna Smaradottir(1st) Paige Gaston(1st) Hollie Williamson (1st) Jennifer Crawford (1st) Helga Osk Hannesdottir (1st) Victoria Ekwenuke (1st) Hollie Williamson (1st) Victoria Ekwenuke (2nd) Olina Sigurgeirsdottir (1st)

Emma Gustavsson (1st) Jennifer Crawford (2nd) Victoria Ekwenuke (1st)

Lisa Lofquist (1st)

Elsa Einarsdottir (1st) Helga Osk Hannesdottir(1st) Jessie Rosa (2nd) Riikka Brander (2nd)

Lindsey Hudson (1st) Jessie Rosa (2nd) Hrefna Johannesdottir (2nd) Victoria Ekwenuke (2nd)

Emily Todd (1st)

Riikka Brander (2nd)

Tamisha Darrell (2nd)

Tinna Hauksdottir (2nd)

Tschana Wade (1st) Tinna Hauksdottir (1st) Christine DeVito (1st)

Tinna Hauksdottir (2nd)

Anna Jonsdottir (2nd)

Amber Elam (1st)

Helga Franklinsdottir (1st)

Heather Welch (2nd) Margret Albertsdottir (2nd)

Maria Arngrimsdottir (2nd)

Maren Heller (2nd)

Courtney McCluskey (1st)

Arna Omarsdottir (2nd)

SSAC All-Academic Team 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Arlette Fernandez Riikka Brander Sarah Baeck Tinna Hauksdottir Jennifer Davis Margret Albertsdottir K.C. Hewitt Margret Albertsdottir Margret Albertsdottir

Tinna Hauksdottir Jennifer Davis Riikka Brander Anna Jonsdottir Amber Elam Amber Elam Kristin Karlsdottir Asta Fridriksdottir Holly Clarke

Irisa Kennedy Anna Jonsdottir Jennifer Davis Andi McHugh K.C. Hewitt Asta Fridriksdottir K.C. Hewitt Krista Hagen

Olina Sigurgeirsdottir Andi McHugh Amber Elam

Emily Todd

Andi McHugh Chelsea Heinen

Maren Heller

Haley Williams

SSAC Player of the Year Melissa Perovich (2000) Ellen deClouet (2003)

Leslie Hess (2001) Ellen deClouet (2004)

Ellen deClouet (2002) Amber Elam (Offensive) (2008)

SSAC Freshman/Newcomer of the Year Ellen deClouet (2001) Hrefna Johannesdottir (2004)

Helga Osk Hannesdottir (2002) Daisy Burnfield (2009)

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Assists 1999............................................................42 2000............................................................43 2001............................................................84 2002 ........................................................ 97 2003............................................................49 2004............................................................76 2005............................................................65 2006............................................................61 2007............................................................40 2008............................................................30 2009............................................................31 2010............................................................25 2011............................................................23 2012............................................................43

Points 1999..........................................................143 2000..........................................................137 2001..........................................................236 2002 ......................................................305

2003..........................................................155 2004..........................................................248 2005..........................................................211 2006..........................................................203 2007..........................................................178 2008..........................................................110 2009..........................................................159 2010..........................................................113 2011............................................................91 2012..........................................................159

Shots 1999..........................................................297 2000..........................................................283 2001..........................................................460 2002..........................................................393 2003..........................................................279 2004..........................................................303 2005..........................................................421 2006..........................................................337 2007..........................................................315 2008..........................................................283 2009 ......................................................461 2010..........................................................372 2011..........................................................271 2012..........................................................411

Goals Against Average 1999.........................................................1.50 2000.........................................................1.45 2001.........................................................0.95 2002 .....................................................0.64 2003.........................................................1.04 2004.........................................................1.12 2005.........................................................0.97 2006.........................................................1.34 2007.........................................................1.13

2008.........................................................2.57 2009.........................................................0.92 2010.........................................................0.92 2011.........................................................1.58 2012.........................................................0.89

Saves 1999............................................................81 2000..........................................................108 2001..........................................................109 2002..........................................................107 2003............................................................84 2004..........................................................107 2005............................................................72 2006............................................................75 2007............................................................63 2008 ......................................................134 2009..........................................................104 2010............................................................85 2011............................................................61 2012............................................................53

Shutouts 1999............................................................. 6 2000............................................................. 7 2001............................................................11 2002 ........................................................ 17 2003............................................................13 2004............................................................11 2005............................................................12 2006............................................................. 9 2007............................................................10 2008............................................................. 3 2009............................................................10 2010............................................................. 6 2011............................................................. 4 2012............................................................. 7

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1999: 8-9-1 (4-1-1 GACC) Coach: Matt Clark Date 9/1 9/3 9/4 9/9 9/13 9/18 9/21 10/1 10/6 10/9 10/13 10/16 10/17 10/20 10/23 10/24 10/29 11/5

Opponent at Troy State vs. Belhaven& vs. Thomas& SOUTHERN WESLEYAN* at Brenau* PIEDMONT* at LaGrange* BREWTON-PARKER* at Montevallo at Lee at William Carey LOUISIANA COLLEGE# SPRING HILL# NORTH GEORGIA* NORTHWOOD ST. THOMAS KING vs. Piedmont@

Result L, 3-0 W, 4-3 W, 2-0 W, 7-1 W, 7-0 W, 3-1 W, 7-0 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 4-0 W, 9-0 L, 2-1 T, 0-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-1

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2000: 9-9-2 (3-0-1 GACC) Coach: Brett Teach Date 8/30 9/1 9/2 9/9 9/12 9/15 9/19 9/23 10/1 10/4 10/7 10/10 10/14 10/17 10/20 10/27 10/28

Opponent at Spring Hill at Milligan at Georgetown (Ky.) at Belhaven BRENAU* at Brewton-Parker* at Mobile at Southern Wesleyan* WILLIAM WOODS at William Carey NORTH GEORGIA* at Piedmont LEE MONTEVALLO THOMAS ST. THOMAS at Martin Methodist

Result L, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 W, 6-0 W, 9-0 L, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 4-0 T, 1-1 W, 2-0 W, 4-3 L, 2-1 W, 4-2 T, 1-1 W, 8-0

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* Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Conference Match # Denotes GACC Tournament @ Denotes NAIA Region XIII Tournament

2001: 14-7-0 (6-0-0 GACC) Coach: Brett Teach Date 8/25 8/26 8/29 9/1 9/4 9/9 9/15 9/19 9/23 9/25 9/29 10/5 10/12

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at Thomas MOBILE at Brenau* at Reinhardt* SHORTER* vs. Brewton-Parker# vs. North Georgia# vs. Belhaven@

W, 3-0 W, 9-1 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 W, 10-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-1

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2002: 20-4-1 (7-0-0 GACC) Coach: Brett Teach Date 8/23 8/28 9/1 9/8 9/14 9/17 9/21 9/25 9/29 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/23 10/27 10/30 11/1 11/8 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23

Opponent at Cardinal Stritch THOMAS MONTEVALLO ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE at Brewton-Parker* at William Carey at Southern Wesleyan* NORTH GEORGIA* BRENAU* EMMANUEL* at Lindsey Wilson at Mobile TENNESSEE WESLEYAN at Shorter* at Belhaven REINHARDT* at Martin Methodist at Spring Hill at Jacksonville State vs. Brenau# vs. North Georgia# vs. Belhaven@ vs. Thomas@ vs. Berry% vs. Westmont%

Results W, 4-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 10-0 W, 1-0 W, 11-0 W, 4-0 W, 9-0 W, 14-0 L, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 6-0 W, 3-0 T, 0-0 W, 8-0 W, 8-1 W, 2-0 L, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 2-1

* Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Conference Match # Denotes GACC Tournament @ Denotes NAIA Region XIII Tournament % Denotes NAIA National Tournament

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SPRING HILL at Thomas at Montevallo SOUTHERN WESLEYAN* at Reinhardt* BREWTON-PARKER* at Berry vs. Reinhardt# vs. North Georgia# vs. Mobile@ vs. Thomas@

L, T, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, L,

1-0 1-1 1-0 4-0 3-0 9-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 2-1

* Georgia-Alabama-Carolinas Conference Match # Denotes GACC Tournament @ Denotes NAIA Region XIII Tournament

2004: 19-5-1 (10-0-1 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch Date 8/27 8/29 9/1 9/4 9/11 9/12 9/21 9/25 9/28 9/30 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/19 10/23 10/26 10/29 11/2 11/6 11/9 11/19

Opponent EMMANUEL* REINHARDT* at Columbus State BRENAU* THOMAS# HASTINGS# at Kennesaw State at Brewton-Parker* BERRY* at William Carey NORTH GEORGIA* at Spring Hill at Shorter LEE* at Georgia Southwestern* at Southern Wesleyan* BELHAVEN at Faulkner* at Lindsey Wilson vs. Brenau@ at Berry@ vs. Reinhardt^ vs. Thomas^ at Berry^ vs. Biola&

Result W, 7-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-2 W, 10-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 6-2 W, 7-0 W, 3-2 W, 8-1 W, 2-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 W, 7-0 L, 5-1 W, 5-1 L, 3-2 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-0 L, 6-0

* Southern States Athletic Conference Match # Denotes AUM Invitational @ Denotes SSAC Tournament ^ Denotes NAIA Region XIII Tournament & Denotes NAIA National Tournament

2005: 15-5-2 (9-1-0 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch

Date 8/23 8/27 8/31 9/3 9/9 9/10 9/14 9/17 9/20 9/23 10/1 10/3 10/6 10/8 10/9 10/12 10/14 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/1 11/4

Opponent at Faulkner* EMMANUEL* at Reinhardt* at Columbia*

Result W, 10-1 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA# L, 1-0 (OT) BETHEL (Tenn.)# T, 1-1 (OT) at Belhaven W, 3-0 at Berry* W, 1-0 at Lee* L, 6-1 BREWTON-PARKER* W, 4-0 WILLIAM CAREY W, 10-0 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN* W, 8-1 SHORTER* W, 5-0 at Covenant T, 2-2 (2OT) at Brescia W, 2-1 at Georgia Southwestern* W, 5-1 at Brenau* W, 3-0 LINDSEY WILSON L, 4-2 at Berry@ W, 1-0 vs. Lee@ L, 4-1 vs. Reinhardt& W, 4-1 at Lee& L, 1-0 (2OT)

* Southern States Athletic Conference Match # Denotes AUM Classic @ Denotes SSAC Tournament & Denotes NAIA Region XIII Tournament

2006: 14-9-0 (8-2-0 SSAC) Coach: Wulf-Dieter Koch Date 8/26 8/30 9/2 9/3 9/8 9/9 9/13 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/27 10/3 10/6 10/7 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/28 10/29 10/31 11/3 11/4

Opponent at Shorter* REINHARDT* vs. Virginia Intermont^ vs. St. Xavier^ MARTIN METHODIST# CUMBERLAND# at Brenau* at Faulkner* at Mobile at Emmanuel* at Brewton-Parker* LEE* at Columbia* at Southern Wesleyan* BERRY* COVENANT at Lindsey Wilson vs. Faulkner@ at Berry@ at Lee@ vs. William Carey& vs. Berry& at Lee&

Result W, 3-1 W, 5-0 W, 3-1 L, 3-1 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 7-1 W, 9-1 L, 2-1 W, 14-0 W, 5-0 L, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 7-0 W, 1-0 L, 3-0 W, 2-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 L, 6-0

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2007: 14-5-1 (9-1-0 SSAC) Coach: Hope Handley Date 8/23 9/1 9/2 9/4 9/7 9/8 9/14 9/16 9/25 9/29 10/3 10/6 10/7 10/10 10/14 10/15 10/17 10/20 10/26 10/30

Opponent Result SOUTHERN WESLEYAN* W, 7-1 vs. St. Xavier University& L, 2-1 at Martin Methodist& W, 1-0 at Lee* L, 6-1 WILLIAM CAREY L, 2-1 BELHAVEN W, 3-0 MOBILE W, 1-0 LSU-SHREVEPORT W, 5-2 at Emmanuel* W, 5-0 at Berry* W, 2-1 at Brewton-Parker* W, 6-0 at Brenau* W, 3-0 at Columbia (S.C.)* W, 10-1 SHORTER COLLEGE* W, 8-0 BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN W, 2-0 at Faulkner* W, 9-0 at Reinhardt* W, 5-3 LINDSEY WILSON L, 3-0 Berry College@ T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 6-2 PK’s LSU-Shreveport^ L, 1-0

* Southern States Athletic Conference Match & Denotes Martin Methodist College Classic @ Denotes SSAC Tournament ^ Denotes NAIA Region XIII Tournament

@ Denotes SSAC Tournament

2009: 15-5-2 (5-2-1 SSAC) Coach: Hope Handley Date 8/25 8/29 8/30 9/4 9/7 9/19 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/5 10/10 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/24 10/28 10/31 11/7 11/11 11/14 11/21 11/30

* Southern States Athletic Conference Match # Denotes SSAC Tournament ^ Denotes NAIA National Tournament

2008: 6-12-1 (5-4-1 SSAC) Coach: Hope Handley Date 9/6 9/9 9/12 9/14 9/17 9/26 9/27 9/30 10/3 10/8 1/11 10/13 10/15 10/19 10/25 10/29 11/1 11/6 11/11

Opponent Result at Southern Wesleyan* L, 2-1 (OT) EMMANUEL* W, 3-0 at SCAD# L, 5-0 vs. Northwood# L, 3-0 FAULKNER* W, 5-2 WILLIAM CAREY L, 4-2 at Mobile L, 2-1 BREWTON-PARKER W, 8-1 COLUMBIA (S.C.)* W, 11-0 LEE* L, 8-1 BRENAU* L, 4-0 at Birmingham Southern L, 5-0 REINHARDT* W, 3-1 at Shorter* T, 2-2 (2OT) BERRY* L, 2-1 MARTIN METHODIST L, 4-0 at Lindsey Wilson College L, 5-0 at Brenau University@ W, 1-0 at Berry College@ L, 1-0

* Southern States Athletic Conference Match # Denotes SCAD Tournament

Opponent Result at Emmanuel* W, 2-0 vs. Missouri Valley# W, 3-2 at Martin Methodist# L, 1-0 at Alabama-Huntsville W, 3-2 BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN W, 2-0 MOBILE W, 2-1 at Brewton-Parker* W, 9-1 at Faulkner* L, 4-2 at Lee* L, 2-0 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN* W, 8-0 UNION (Tenn.) W, 1-0 at Berry W, 1-0 SHORTER* W, 3-1 at Brenau* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Columbia (S.C.)* W, 10-0 THOMAS W, 5-1 LINDSEY WILSON L, 1-0 BREWTON-PARKER# W, 4-0 FAULKNER# W, 2-0 at Lee# T, 0-0 (2 OT) L, 3-1 PK’s at Embry-Riddle^ W, 5-3 vs. California Baptist^ L, 3-2

2010: 12-6-1 (3-2 SSAC) Coach: Jamey Newsome Date 8/27 8/28 9/3 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/21 9/24 9/25 10/2 10/6 10/9 10/12 10/19 10/23 10/26 10/30 11/6 11/11

Opponent Result BREWTON-PARKER# W, 8-0 SHORTER# W, 2-1 EMBRY-RIDDLE@ L, 2-1 BRENAU@ W, 2-0 MONTEVALLO W, 1-0 (2OT) at Lindsey Wilson L, 2-1 at Thomas W, 5-0 vs. Bethel (Tenn.)& W, 4-1 vs. Northwood (Texas)& L, 3-2 MARTIN METHODIST W, 1-0 (2OT) at Alabama-Huntsville W, 2-1 at Birmingham-Southern L, 1-2 at Spring Hill* W, 4-1 BELHAVEN* W, 5-0 at William Carey* L, 1-0 MOBILE L, 3-2 at Faulkner* W, 2-1 at Shorter^ W, 1-0 (OT) at Lee^ T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 6-5 PK’s

# Denotes AUM Fall Kickoff Classic @ Denotes AUM Capital City Classic & Denotes University of Mobile Classic ^ Denotes SSAC Tournament

2011: 8-9-1 (7-4-1 SSAC) Coach: Jamey Newsome Date 9/1 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/14 9/23 9/24 9/27 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/11 10/18 10/22 10/25 10/29 11/5

Opponent Result THOMAS W, 2-1 (2OT) at Martin Methodist L, 3-0 vs. Warner Southern# L, 2-1 (OT) vs. Northwood# L, 5-1 BRENAU* L, 2-1 TRUETT-MCCONNELL* W, 2-0 SOUTHERN WESLEYAN* W, 1-0 LINDSEY WILSON L, 1-0 at Brewton-Parker* W, 7-0 at Emmanuel* W, 4-1 LEE* L, 2-0 at Shorter* W, 5-2 SPRING HILL* W, 4-1 at Belhaven* W, 1-0 WILLIAM CAREY* T, 2-2 (2OT) at Mobile* L, 3-1 FAULKNER* L, 2-1 FAULKNER% L, 2-1

* Southern States Athletic Conference Match # Denotes Embry-Riddle Tournament % Denotes SSAC Tournament

2012: 11-6-2 (6-4-1 SSAC) Coach: Jamey Newsome Date 8/25 8/31 9/2 9/7 9/13 9/15 9/21 9/22 9/28 9/29 10/3 10/11 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/24 10/27 10/30 11/3

Opponent BETHEL at Martin Methodist SCAD-SAVANNAH at Montevallo at Thomas at Freed-Hardeman at Truett-McConnell* at Southern Wesleyan* BREWTON-PARKER* EMMANUEL* at Mobile* at Lee* BRENAU* at William Carey* at Spring Hill* BELHAVEN* FAULKNER* at Lindsey Wilson at Brenau%

Result W, 6-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 3-1 W, 8-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 W, 13-0 W, 5-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 5-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-1

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AUBURN UNIVERSITY AT MONTGOMERY ABOUT AUM Auburn Montgomery is the metropolitan campus of Auburn University, a land-grant ins tu on. Located on a 500-acre campus seven miles east of downtown Montgomery, AUM offers highly respected, accredited academic programs in a challenging but caring college environment Established in 1967, Auburn University at Montgomery offered its first classes in 1969, and moved to its current campus in east Montgomery in 1971. AUM was accredited by the Southern Associa on of Colleges and Schools in 1973 and was reaffirmed by SACS in 1978, 1988, 1998, and 2008. Auburn University at Montgomery, a separately accredited ins tu on, is one of two campuses which comprise Auburn University as a whole. AUM is organized into five academic schools: Business, Educa on, Liberal Arts, Nursing, and Sciences. Each school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees and offers courses in tradi onal, hybrid, and online formats; courses taught in the tradi onal format are offered during the day, in the evening, and on weekends. AUM has been chosen by U.S. News as one of the top 100 regional universi es in the south. The AUM School of Business has been selected repeatedly as a “Best Business School” by the Princeton Review.

ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE Warhawks athle c teams have a championship reputa on in NAIA Division I and Southern States Athle c Conference sports. Our men’s and women’s tennis teams have won 22 na onal championships. Men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and so ball have compe ve histories as well, and our new men’s and women’s cross country teams are building one.

STUDENT LIFE With 10 Greek organiza ons, 20 curriculum-related clubs, numerous honor socie es, religious groups, and special interest organiza ons – there’s always somewhere to go, something to do, and a reason to smile at AUM.

ON-CAMPUS HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE Auburn Montgomery Housing and Residence Life offers students benefits such as being close to classes and ac vi es, living and learning with friends, making be er grades, and ge ng involved in a community. You’ll be surrounded by all of the cultural, social, and spor ng events that make Auburn Montgomery vibrant, and you can build a network of lifelong friends to share your memories of campus life. Our suppor ve living-learning community will connect you to other students with similar academic interests and experiences. Our residence halls are new or recently renovated, providing the home-like environment that students request. In-house computer labs, free laundry areas, study lounges, free cable TV and free highspeed internet are other ameni es you’ll enjoy.

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CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE In 2012, AUM welcomed the Confucius Ins tute to campus, joining a network of more than 300 organiza ons worldwide commi ed to promo ng Chinese language and culture. The AUM Confucius Ins tute promotes Chinese language and culture both on campus and in the surrounding community, including local K-12 schools. The university dedicated a Confucius Garden on campus in November 2013.

STUDY ABROAD AUM’s students are learning to compete in an ever-changing global environment through our growing study abroad program. AUM faculty and students have recently traveled to the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Costa Rica, Belize and Italy. Programs are also in the works for loca ons in South Korea and Japan.

STATE-OF-THE-ART WELLNESS CENTER Live well, learn well, be well at AUM’s Wellness Center. The 73,500-square-foot Wellness Center, opened in August 2012,

gives students tons of op ons for recrea on and a place to hang out. The center includes a pool, whirlpool spa, healthy snack bar, weight room, aerobics room, running track, basketball courts and a rock climbing wall. Membership is open to AUM students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends.

WHY CHOOSE AUM? • More than 90 undergraduate and graduate degree programs • Making college affordable, with more than $2 million in freshman scholarships offered in 2012-13 • Enjoy more personal a en on with our small class sizes • More than 60 ac ve student clubs and organiza ons, including Greek life • Named a “Best Southeastern School” by U.S. News and World Report in 2011 • Our School of Business is ranked as a “Best Business School” by The Princeton Review • Flexible class schedules, online classes, and four-day weeks

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DR. JOHN G. VERES III University Chancellor Seventh Year Auburn University at Montgomery, 1976 In May of 2006, John G. Veres III became the first alumnus to serve as chancellor of Auburn Montgomery. His appointment followed six years as execu ve director of the university’s Outreach Division, where he oversaw four centers which conduct applied research and provide consul ng services. He also spent 18 years as director of the AUM’s Center for Business and Economic Development. An organiza onal psychologist, Veres has published three books on management issues and numerous ar cles and chapters in the field. His recent research interests have centered on test valida on and limi ng the effects of racial differences in panel composi on on structured situa onal interview outcomes. His exper se in personnel issues has made him sought a er as an expert witness in employment-related federal lawsuits. Veres has long been involved in community affairs. He currently serves on the boards of the Alabama World Affairs Council, the Catholic Housing Authority of Montgomery, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, the Montgomery Area YMCA, and Helicity. He also serves on the Alabama Governor’s College and Career Ready Task Force, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Educa on and Workforce Development Council and the Chamber’s Career Academies Task Force. Veres was also the inaugural recipient of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance’s H. Roe Bartle Presiden al Leadership Award, an award presented for support of nonprofit management educa on. Veres earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology from Auburn Montgomery and a Ph.D. in industrial/organiza onal psychology from Auburn University. Veres is married to the former Beth Louise Sullivan. They have three children – Erin, John and Olivia – and two grandchildren, Cole and Lena.

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STEVE CROTZ Athletic Director Sixth Year Missouri, 1979 Steve Crotz is currently in his sixth year as Athle c Director at Auburn Montgomery, a er serving two s nts as the interim athle c director, first in 2002-03 and again from 2006-08. During his tenure, AUM teams have flourished, programs established, and facili es improved. Student-athletes have also been a stalwart in the community and excelled in the classroom. Under his guidance, eight of AUM’s 10 sports have spent me in their respec ve NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Polls and teams have won five na onal championships. In addi on, 199 student-athletes have earned AllConference, All-Division or All-Freshman team honors, while 84 have garnered All-American honors. AUM has added a so ball program, as well as men’s and women’s cross country programs, increasing its number of varsity sports to 10. Crotz has overseen several facility upgrades, including the renova on of the basketball gymnasium to include a sec on of 304 cushioned, chair-backed seats on the home side of the court, the building of a new state-of-the-art press box at the AUM So ball Complex and the re-surfacing of all 12 tennis courts at the AUM Tennis Complex. In addi on to the sea ng improvements in the gymnasium, Crotz also oversaw a remodeling project of the old weightroom that now houses the AUM Athle cs Hall of Fame and serves as a hospitality area for members of the Courtside Club. Upgrades to the So ball Complex also included bleacher sea ng for more than 200 spectators directly behind home plate, restrooms, a concession stand, a press area and increased storage. In the classroom, student-athletes have been equally impressive, as 166 athletes have earned All-Academic honors from the SSAC and 57 have been named NAIA Scholar Athletes. Three AUM student-athletes, women’s basketball standouts Haley McIntyre and Carlie Ainsworth, and men’s basketball’s David Gallagher, have been named the SSAC Honor Student Athlete. Within the community, staff, coaches and student-athletes have logged be er than 1,000 hours of service. Crotz has worked with the AUM administra on to expand the athle c department staff to include a head and assistant so ball coach and an athle c trainer. He has also spent the past two years serving as the chair of the Board of Athle c Directors within the Southern States Athle c Conference. For his efforts during the 2010-11 academic year, Crotz was selected the SSAC Athle c Director of the Year. Before focusing on administra on, Crotz served 12 seasons as the head women’s basketball coach at Auburn Montgomery. Crotz compiled a record of 284-116 while at AUM, winning four regular season conference championships, two conference tournament tles, and advancing to the NAIA Na onal Tournament 10 mes. Crotz was a 10- me conference/region coach of the year and was named the Ikon/Women’s Basketball Coaches Associa on Na onal Coach of the Year following his team’s Elite Eight finish in the 1999-00 season. Prior to AUM, Crotz spent five years as athle c director and six years as head women’s basketball coach at Lindenwood University. While at LU, Crotz earned 126 wins and led the Lady Lions to three consecu ve NAIA Na onal Tournament appearances. During his six years at the St. Charles, Mo., ins tu on, he was named American Midwest Conference Coach-of-the-Year on four occasions. In October 2009, he was inducted into the Lindenwood Hall of Fame. Crotz also spent nine years at Brentwood High School overseeing the girls’ basketball program and winning 210 games. Five mes during that span he led Brentwood to the Missouri State Tournament where they won the state tournament in 1985 and finished as the runners-up in 1986 and 1990. For his efforts, Crotz was named the Missouri High School Coach-of-the-Year in 1985. Crotz received his bachelor’s degree in educa on from the University of Missouri in 1979 and his master’s degree in secondary educa on from Missouri-St. Louis in 1984. He and his wife, the former Daphne Hozee, reside in Montgomery with their two children, Kelsey and Jacob. 2013 Warhawk Women’s Soccer

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Montgomery is the capital of Alabama and the second largest city in the state with a popula on of 205,764, according to the 2010 census. The city, which was incorporated on December 3, 1819, is located southeast of the center of the state. Montgomery is na onally known for its many historic/cultural landmarks and events such as the Alabama State Capitol, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Church, First White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery Bus Boyco , Hank Williams Memorial, Alabama War Memorial and Alabama Shakespeare Fes val. The city a racted the first electric street car system and the Wright Brothers’ (Orville & Wilbur) first school for powered flight. Today, Montgomery is the home of both Maxwell and Gunter Air Force Bases. The city is the home of several public and private colleges, as well as military schools. Montgomery’s fi een colleges, universi es and military schools provide world-class educa onal opportuni es. In 2004, Montgomery landed one of the biggest economic development projects when Hyundai Motors Manufacturing Alabama built its $1.4 billion automo ve plant. The Montgomery loca on became the first assembly and manufacturing plant in the United States. It employs over 3,000 team members and currently produces the next genera on Sonata sedan. That same year, Montgomery acquired a minor league baseball team called the Montgomery Biscuits, Class AA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The Biscuits are the 2006 and 2007 Southern League Champions. The team plays in a newly renovated 7,000 seat facility known as Riverwalk Stadium and owned by the City of Montgomery. The stadium boasts of several sea ng styles: execu ve box, super box, lawn and suite level. Downtown Montgomery lies along the southern banks of the Alabama River, while the east side is the fastest-growing part of the city. Auburn Montgomery, the city’s two largest shopping malls and Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park, a 250-acre park which contains the Alabama Shakespeare Fes val and Montgomery Fine Museum of Fine Arts are located on the east side of town. Today, the city is known for its renaissance of historic downtown and redevelopment of the riverfront.

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PRINT MEDIA

John Aho

Alexis Avery

Clay Booth

Amanda Brasington

Faculty Athle c Representa ve

Assistant AD for Compliance

Baseball Assistant Coach

Cheerleading Head Coach

RADIO

Montgomery Adver ser

WMSP-AM 740

Sports Editor: Brad Zimanek

Sports Director: John Longshore

P.O. Box 1000

Studio Host: Barry McKnight

Montgomery, AL 36101-1000

One Commerce Street

Phone: 334-261-1522

Montgomery, AL 36104

Fax: 334-261-1548

Phone: 334-240-9274

www.montgomeryadver ser.com

Fax: 334-240-9219 www.sportsradio740.com

Alabama Associated Press

Larry Chapman

Michelle Crompton

Steve Crotz

Dan Davis

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Athle c Administra on Graduate Assistant

Director of Athle cs

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Sports Editor: John Zenor

WTXK-The Ticket-FM 107.5

201 Monroe Street

1359 Carmichael Way

Montgomery, AL 36104

Montgomery, AL 36106

Phone: 334-262-5947

Phone: 334-517-1210

Fax: 334-265-7177

Fax: 334-356-9776

www.al.com/associatedpress/news

www.wtxkthe cket.com

TELEVISION

The AUMnibus Auburn University at Montgomery Montgomery, AL 36124

ALABAMA NEWS NETWORK (CBS)

Phone: 334-244-3662

Reporter: Kirk Nawrotzky

Fax: 334-244-3762

Reporter: Brian Penter

h p://theaumnibus.com/aumnibus/

3251 Harrison Road Montgomery, AL 36109

Montgomery Independent

Phone: 334-271-8888

141 Market Place

Fax: 334-272-6444

Montgomery, AL 36117

www.alabamanews.net

Michael Gross

Amanda Hodge

Bob Hubbard

Wulf Koch

Phone: 334-265-7323

Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Head Coach

Athle c Training Graduate Assistant

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Fax: 334-265-7320

WSFA-TV 12 (NBC)

Birmingham News

P.O. Box 25012

Sports Editor: Tom Arenberg

Montgomery, AL 36116

2201 4th Avenue N

Phone: 334-613-8298

Birmingham, AL 35203

Fax: 334-614-8303

Phone: 205-325-2431

www.wsfa.com

Sports Director: Jeff Shearer

Fax: 205-325-2425 www.al.com Q.V. Lowe

Tim Lutz

Jamey Newsome

Jason Oliveira

Baseball Head Coach

Sports Informa on Director

Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Sports Informa on Graduate Assistant

SPORTS INFORMATION

Mobile Press Register

NAIA

Sports Editor: Randy Kennedy

Chad Waller

401 North Water Street

1200 Grand Boulevard

Mobile, AL 36602

Kansas City, MO 64106

Phone: 251-433-1551

Email: cwaller@naia.org

Fax: 251-434-8603

Phone: 816-595-8119

www.al.com

Fax: 334-272-6444 www.naia.org

Haley Rosa

Jessie Rosa

Kyle Sampsell

Marissa Sanchez

Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Associate Athle c Director

Athle c Training Head Trainer

Athle c Administra on Graduate Assistant

Rolando Vargas

Hannah Whigham

Sco e Wilkes

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Athle c Training Graduate Assistant

So ball Assistant Coach

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SSAC Member Ins tu ons

The 2013-14 academic year marks the 14th year for Auburn Montgomery athle cs compe ng as a member of the Southern States Athle c Conference (SSAC). In November of 2012, the conference announced an expansion and now showcases 16 member ins tu ons located throughout the southeast, including the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee. Located in Norcross, Ga., the SSAC sponsors 15 intercollegiate sports including men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, so ball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field and men’s and women’s golf. The conference staff features Commissioner Mike Hall, Assistant Commissioner Ka e Bright and an Eligibility Chair, Dr. Ron Melton. The SSAC was established in 1949 as the Georgia Intercollegiate Athle cs Conference with six member schools, including Oglethorpe University, Berry College, Valdosta State University, North Georgia College and State University, Piedmont College and Georgia Southern University. In 1980 the conference was renamed the Georgia Athle c Conference and remained so un l 1988, when its expansion into Georgia’s bordering states brought the need to change its name to the Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Conference (GACC). In 2003, the official name was again changed to the Southern States Athle c Conference. The conference membership has worked for more than 60 years to maintain a level of compe on, excellence and quality that appropriately represents its member ins tu ons. Since the conference’s incep on and affilia on with the NAIA, 29 SSAC teams and 11 individuals have claimed na onal tles, while 27 teams have finished na onal runners-up. Auburn Montgomery has been a member of the Na onal Associa on of Intercollegiate Athle cs (NAIA) since 1975. In those 38 years, AUM has claimed 22 na onal championships and six of the school’s 10 varsity programs have appeared in a na onal championship game. The NAIA, headquartered in Olathe, Kan., is a na onal organiza on with nearly 300 ins tu onal members and over 60,000 student-athletes across the United States and Canada. Throughout its history, the NAIA has provided strong leadership for all aspects of intercollegiate athle cs. Since its introduc on of the intercollegiate championship of basketball in 1937, the NAIA has maintained its elite standards while administering firstrate athle cs programs. The NAIA has con nuously affirmed its commitment to equality by becoming the first na onal organiza on to offer ins tu onal postseason opportuni es to black student-athletes in 1948, to allow ins tu onal membership to historically black ins tu ons in 1953, and on Aug. 1, 1980, to vote in favor of the establishment of athle cs programs for women. Today, the NAIA strengthens its commitment to student-athletes and strives to enrich their college experience by suppor ng academic achievement and character development. The NAIA approaches sport and ac vity as an opportunity to inten onally teach beyond the fundamentals through the philosophy of the NAIA Champions of Character program. By applying the five core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership and sportsmanship, the NAIA has the ability to maximize talent to the benefit of each individual. In addi on, the Champions of Character program monitors each NAIA ins tu on’s commitment to the ini a ve with its Scorecard, which is divided into character training, conduct in compe on, academic focus, character recogni on and character promo on. For the third consecu ve year, AUM was one of 220 schools recognized as a Five Star ins tu on a er earning 73 points on a 100-point scale, a mark ed for the 75th-best total in the country.

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AUM WARHAWKS ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT: To provide a compe ve program for student-athletes that will support the development of the whole person through educa on and compe on in order to s mulate a las ng a tude of respect, responsibility, integrity, leadership and sportsmanship. CODE OF ETHICS:  Academically, we will excel in the classroom.  Athle cally, we will compete for championships.  Ethically, we will par cipate by the rules and regula ons.  Fiscally, we will manage our resources in a responsible manner, seeking to acquire outside revenue sources.  Socially, we will provide our fans with a preeminent customer service experience at all athle c events.  Culturally, we will provide an environment of inclusion and equitable treatment for all. STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SAAC): The Student-Athlete Advisory Commi ee (SAAC) is a primary avenue of communica on between student-athletes, the University, and Athle cs Administra on. The SAAC provides a forum in which student-athletes and Athle cs Department leadership can discuss openly issues relevant to intercollegiate athle cs including student-athlete welfare. The SAAC group consists of a diverse representa on of two representa ves from each ins tu onal sport and cheerleading. STUDENT-ATHLETE SUCCESS: The AUM Athle c Department takes pride in the success that its teams enjoy on their respec ve fields of play. AUM currently offers 10 varsity sports, as well as a co-ed cheerleading squad. To date, AUM has won 22 NAIA Na onal Championships, 13 women’s tennis and nine men’s tennis. Addi onally, 21 mes teams have finished as na onal runners-up. Individually, a student-athlete has been named to a NAIA All-America team 405 mes and 106 mes a student-athlete has been named a NAIA Scholar Athlete for their work in the classroom. AUM teams have won a combined 96 conference or district championships and made 94 NAIA Na onal Tournament appearances.

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Taian Souza NAIA Scholar Athlete 2nd Team All-SSAC

Jade Cur s NAIA Scholar Athlete 1st Team All-American


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