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Janet Basinger

Jordan Box

Alyssa Caracena Chelsea Freeman


Credits/Table of Contents

CREDITS

The 2011 Brevard College Women’s Soccer Media Guide is published by the BC Sport Information Office.

Written, compiled and edited by: Seth Montgomery

Photography by: Duane Jones of Duane’s Photography, Christie Cauble Seth Montgomery

About the Cover: Featured on this year’s cover are 2011 captains Bailey Varley and Chelsea Freeman, and All-SAC selection Allie Hovis

Cover Design: Seth Montgomery using Adobe Photoshop CS3.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Credits/Table of Contents General and Media Information The Coaches 2011 Season Preview 2011 Roster The SAC Opponent Information 2010 Season Review BC All-Time Record Book Brevard College Information 2011 Schedule Calendar

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General Information GENERAL INFORMATION

School:...................................................................... Brevard College Location:.............................................................. Brevard, NC 28712 Founded:................................................................................... 1853 Enrollment:................................................................................. 650 Nickname:...........................................................................Tornados School Colors:................................................. Royal Blue and White Stadium:.................................................................... BC Soccer Field . ............................................................................ @ Brevard College Capacity:..................................................................................... N/A Surface:........................................................................ Natural Grass Affiliation:................................................................NCAA Division II Conference:................................................................. South Atlantic Interim President:.................................................Dr. Charlie Teague Alma Mater:....................................................... Emory (PhD.), 1982 Interim Athletic Director:............................................ Juan Mascaro Alma Mater:..................................................... Central Florida, 1994 Athletic Dept. Phone:...............................................(828) 884-8276 Ticket Office Phone:..................................................(828) 884-8276

COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

Head Coach:.................................................... Shigeyoshi Shinohara Alma Mater (year):................................Yamaguchi University, 1996 Record at BC (years):..........................................................9-25-2 (2) Career Record (years):.......................................................9-25-2 (2) Office Phone:............................................................ (828) 884-8222 Best Time of Day to Reach:................................................ Mornings E-mail:............................................................ shinohs@brevard.edu

Assistant Coach:............................................................. Caity Brown Alma Mater (year):.................................................. Campbell, 2009 E-mail:.......................................................... browncn@brevard.edu Athletic Training Staff (Alma Mater, Year) Head Athletic Trainer................................................Josh Smallwood . ...................................................................Appalachian State, 2007 . ........................................................... Central Arkansas (Ma.), 2009 Associate Athletic Trainer................................................. Josh Owen . ...................................................................Appalachian State, 2007

2010 BC WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM INFORMATION

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2009 Record:.............................................................3-13-1, 1-8 SAC No. Years in NCAA Playoffs:........................................................ N/A No. Years in the SAC Tournament................................................... 1 Last post-season opponent:....................... Carson-Newman (2010) Result:.......................................................................................L, 0-5

TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are required for admission for everyone schoolaged and up. There is no admission charge for infants or pre-school children.

GENERAL ADMISSION Tickets................................ Free General admission tickets for home women’s soccer games are free of charge to all parties.

BREVARD COLLEGE FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS Brevard College faculty, staff and students receive complimentary general admission to all BC athletic events for themselves and their dependents by presenting a valid college ID card. All guests must enter with the ID card holder to receive complimentary admission. Please note that these are general admissions tickets and do not include exclusive benefits such as reserved seating or hospitality room privileges.

PUBLIC PARKING Public parking is available in the lot adjacent to Boshamer Gymnasium. Parking lots are open to the public prior to the starting time for all home games.


Media Information Credentials All requests for working media credentials and photo passes for Brevard College women’s soccer matches should be directed to the Sport Information office. Passes will be available for pickup at the ticket entrance or in advance at the Sport Information office. Interviews All requests for interviews with Brevard College student-athletes should be made through the Sport Information office by calling (828) 884-8288. Brevard College athletes are routinely available for interviews before and after practice sessions.

MEDIA INFORMATION Television

WLOS ABC 13 Sports Anchor:......................................................... Stan Pamfilis Address: . .................................................. 110 Technology Drive . ....................................................................Asheville, NC 28803 Website:.............................................................. www.wlos.com E-mail:.........................................................spamfilis@wlos.com

WSQL 1240 AM General Manager:................................................... Don DeBiase Address:................................................................ 62 W. Main St. . ......................................................................Brevard, NC 28712 Station Phone:..................................................... (828) 877-5252 Website:...................................................... www.wsqlradio.com E-mail:.................................................. WSQLradio@yahoo.com

The Transylvania Times Sports Writer:..................................................Robbie Robertson Address:..........................................................37 North Broad St. . .......................................................................Brevard NC 28712 Phone:................................................................. (828) 883-8156 Fax:..................................................................... (828) 883-8158 Website:......................................... www.transylvaniatimes.com E-mail:.................................rrobertson@transylvaniatimes.com

The Hendersonville Times Sports Editor:..........................................................Dean Hensley Address:.................................................1717 Four Seasons Blvd. . ........................................................ Hendersonville, N.C. 28792 Phone:................................................................ (828) 694-7868 Fax: ..................................................................... (828) 693-5581 Website:............................................... www.blueridgenow.com E-mail:...................................dean.hensley@blueridgenow.com

The Asheville Citizen-Times Sports Editor:......................................................... Bob Berghaus Senior Sports Writer:................................................ Keith Jarrett Address:....................................................... 14 O. Henry Avenue . ....................................................................Asheville, NC 28801 Phone: .............................................. 1-800-800-4204, ext. 5832 Fax: ..................................................................... (828) 251-0585 Website:................................................. www.citizen-times.com E-mail:....................................... BBerghau@CITIZEN-TIMES.com . .................................................... KJarrett@CITIZEN-TIMES.com

Postgame interviews will be conducted only upon request. All requests should be made to the Sport Information staff before or at the conclusion of the contest to make arrangements. Media Services The working media area at the BC Soccer Field is in the press box behind the team benches and scorer’s table. Programs, statistics, box scores and play-by-play narratives will be supplied. For further arrangements, call (828) 884-8288 or e-mail montgosj@brevard.edu. Photography Area Photographers with passes may shoot from either endline behind the sidelines. Fieldside flashes are not permitted. Driving Directions Brevard College’s home soccer matches and practices are at the BC Soccer Field on the campus of Brevard College. The physical address of the college is 1 Brevard College Drive, Brevard, N.C., 28712. From Asheville (NC) area: Take I-26 to Exit 40 toward the Asheville Regional Airport. Turn toward the Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Charlotte (NC) area: Take I-85 South to Exit 10-B, US 74 (Shelby / Kings Mountain). Take US 74 West to I-26. Take I-26 West to Exit 40. Turn left onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Atlanta (GA) area: Take I-85 North to Spartanburg. In Spartanburg, take I-26 West toward Asheville. Follow I-26 to Exit 40, Hwy. 280. Turn left onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Knoxville (TN) area: Take I-40 East to Asheville and take Exit 46 before Asheville. Exit 46 will take you into I-26 East toward Spartanburg. Follow I-26 to exit 40, Hwy. 280. Turn right onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate.

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Athletic Media Relations Director:................. Seth Montgomery

Office Phone:....................................................... (828) 884-8288 SID Cell Phone:.................................................... (828) 582-8407 Fax:...................................................................... (828) 884-8274 Press Row Phone: ............................................... (828) 582-8407

Address:.................................Brevard College Sport Information . ......................................................... One Brevard College Drive . .......................................................................Brevard NC 28712

Email:..................................................... montgosj@brevard.edu . .................................................................................................... Office Phone:....................................................... (828) 884-8288

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Head Coach Shigeyoshi Shinohara Coach Shinohara joined the staff at Brevard College as the Head Women’s Soccer Coach in the spring of 2009, coming to Brevard from the University of Montevallo where he served as the assistant women’s soccer coach.

In his first year, Coach Shinohara led the women’s soccer team to their first berth in post-season play, reaching the quarterfinals of the 2009 Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Women’s Soccer tournament before bowing out to eventual champion Carson-Newman. The Tornados continued to improve under Coach Shinohara, winning their first South Atlantic Conference regular season contest in the 2010 season, topping Tusculum at the BC Soccer Field by a score of 2-0.

During his time at Montevallo, Shinohara was heavily involved in recruiting for head coach Patricia Hughes, and was also very involved in all facets of the operation of the women’s soccer program. Shinohara started his coaching career in Yamaguchi, Japan where he was the assistant for the Seiki Football Club of a group aged 10-16 from 1994-2001. From there he moved to the United Soccer Academy where he was responsible for the day-to-day administrative operations as well as being a full-time coach where he coached one-on-one sessions with youth players whose ages ranged from 3-18. Shinohara opened his collegiate coaching career in August of 2005 when he became the assistant women’s coach at the University of Montevallo. During his time at Montevallo, the Falcons were the Gulf South Conference Champions in 2007, making it to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament before falling to Tampa in the South Region Championship match. Montevallo also was a Gulf South Tournament finalist in 2008.

Shinohara’s Career Record Year School Record Conf. Record 2009 Brevard 6-12-1 (0-7-1 SAC) 2010 Brevard 3-13-1 (1-8 SAC) CAREER (1-15-1 SAC)

In addition to his collegiate work, Shinohara has been a member of the Alabama Olympic Developmental Program staff from August 2005-present, evaluating and training players as well as coaching in spring and summer camps in the district and state. He also coached the 2005 Alabama State Cup Division II Champion South Shelby Futball Club Strikers 93 and assisted with the Birmingham United Soccer Association Alabama State League U15 Division I Champions Lady Jets 92 Blue team in 2006.

Shinohara also holds an NSCAA Premier Diploma and an Advanced National Diploma as well as the F.A. Coaching License and the UEFA “B” Award International Coaching License from the Football Association in England.

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The BC Coaching Staff

Caity Brown Associate Head Coach

Caity Brown enters her third season as the Associate Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Brevard College. Brown graduated from Campbell University with a Bachelor’s of Social Work in the spring of 2009.

While at Campbell, Brown was a member of the women’s soccer team and was awarded to the A-Sun All-Academic Team three of her four years as a student-athlete. She served as an instructor for various soccer camps including Campbell University’s Spring Break Camp and Summer Camp, as well as the Newport News FC Camp.

Brown is a native of Yorktown, VA where she attended Grafton High School. During her high school career she was named All-District and All-Region four times, as well as being named All-State twice.

Danielle Burch Team Manager

2010: (Junior) Played in nine matches as a junior at the defender position for Coach Shinohara.

2009: (Sophomore) Played in 15 games and started twice...Recorded an assist on Sep. 19 against conference opponent Lincoln Memorial.

2008: (Freshman) Played in four games...Attempted one shot on Oct. 4 against Warren Wilson.

“We are sad to lose Danielle as a player, but are excited to have her on board as our Team Manager. We appreciate her continued dedication and support for our program.” - Coach Shinohara

Personal: From Boiling Springs, N.C.…Played at Crest High School …Is an Art major...Daughter of Chuck and Frances Burch.

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2011 Season Preview Passion is the theme of the 2011 Brevard College Women’s Soccer team, and with the Tornados fielding their first four year class of seniors who have been members of the South Atlantic Conference throughout their entire playing career, Coach Shigeyoshi Shinohara is excited about the level of play and intensity the team will bring to the pitch in the upcoming season. The Tornados are coming off a year in which they won their first South Atlantic Conference regular season victory, defeating Tusculum College on Sept. 28th at the BC Soccer Field, but missed out on the chance to go back to the postseason as they failed to earn a bid in the 2010 Food Lion SAC tournament. However, this year, featuring a preseason First Team All-SAC forward in junior Allie Hovis, as well as eight returning seniors, the Tornados have an experienced group ready to take the next step this season.

Senior Jordan Box and the BC goalkeepers are hard at work in the 2011 preseason

Hovis, a 2010 All-SAC Second Team forward, is coming off a season in which she scored a pair of goals and added an assist in the season. Her technical ability and creative play help set up the Tornados attack and Coach Shinohara will look for her to continue expanding her game as the team looks to move ahead in the season. Senior forwards Bailey Varley and Chelsea Watson will join Hovis up front in the battle for playing time. Varley, a 2011 captain, is the modern BC scoring record holder and led the team for the third straight year with five goals last season including a hat trick against Erskine last year. Watson’s hustle and hard work have seen her play in 33 matches over the last two seasons and her “bulldog” tenacity on the field will help the Tornados throughout the 2011 season. Also returning in a crowded front line are juniors Chantel Azevedo and Teresa Musick, as well as sophomore Elena Crowe. Azevedo is coming back from an injury after a standout freshman campaign and Musick worked hard in the offseason as she makes the transition from defender to forward, showing flashes of ability with a pair of preseason scoring strikes. Crowe returns after scored a trio of goals last year as a true freshman and is a relentless attacker on the net.

Senior midfielder and 2011 captain Chelsea Freeman and senior Caitlin Hubbard return to provide leadership in the midfield. Freeman possesses the ability to set up the attack, with deft touch on the ball and an ability to place it anywhere on the field, while Hubbard contributes toughness and fighting spirit all over the field in a crucial role.

Juniors Hannah Graham and Carolyn Anderson and sophomores Jamie Bundy and Francie Blair return to provide depth in the midfield. Graham is one of the quickest players on the BC team and has the ability to track the ball and turn it into instant scoring chances, while Anderson is fearless in the middle and the BC coaches look for good things from her this year.

Teresa Musick breaks away from the pack in a preseason exhibition

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2011 Season Preview

Bundy earned critical minutes in the center midfield position as a true freshman and tied for the team lead in shots on goal, while Blair brings versatility to the position, having the ability to play in multiple sets and schemes on the field, as well as multiple positions.

Freshmen Lizzy Graham and Megan Jenkins will also compete for playing time in the midfield for Brevard, with Graham bringing technical excellence to the position, while Jenkins comes into the program after a successful club and high school career and has flashed ability at several positions.

The back row returns the most experience for the Tornados as seniors Alyssa Caracena, Chelsea Freeman fights for the ball Rachael Laughlin and Janet Basinger will line up on the back row for Coach Shinohara. Caracena in a preseason exhibition near midfield has shown flashes of growth in her overall game in her career with the Tornados and is poised to break out this year, while Laughlin and Basinger have been consistent through day one in their time at Brevard and their all-around ability and athleticism has served the Tornados well in their career. Sophomores Lindsay Pritchard and Abigail Rusch also return on the backline. Pritchard, bouncing back from an Achilles’ injury, possesses one of the strongest legs on the team and is called upon to handle all of the team’s free kicks, while Rusch stepped up her play toward the end of last season and her leadership from the center back position will be instrumental in the team’s growth this season. Freshmen Drasti Patel, Ana Drummond, Althea Dunn and Josie Rodriguez will also battle for playing time at the defender position. Patel brings in a high level of endurance and high energy into the program and will provide depth in both the midfield and defense, while Drummond, a converted midfielder, has great field vision which enhances her ability to pass and clear the ball from the back line. Dunn and Rodriguez both come to Brevard after playing careers in Vilseck, Germany, and their transition after playing at a high level of club soccer will help bring a high level of intensity and play to the Tornados team. Returning in between the pipes are all three keepers from last year, senior Jordan Box and sophomores Brittany Webster and Crissy Moran. Box has looked strong in preseason play and the coaching staff relies on her steadiness both on and off the field to lead the team. Webster returns with the most experience in the goal for the Tornados, starting nine matches last season and recording two shutouts, including the conference victory against Tusculum. Moran also returns and brings elite athleticism to the box, making several spectacular plays in goal both last season and in the preseason, and all three keepers are expected to see playing time in the 2011 season. The BC Women’s Soccer team begins the 2011 regular season at home against Erskine College on Sept. 1. Kickoff between the Tornados and the Flying Fleet on the BC Soccer Field is set for 3 p.m.

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Jamie Bundy fights to control the ball in the wet pitch on the BC practice field


2011 Women’s Soccer Roster

2011 BC Women’s Soccer Team

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Name Jordan Box Brittany Webster Alyssa Caracena Caitlin Hubbard Drasti Patel Lizzie Graham Hannah Graham Teresa Musick Allie Hovis Abigail Rusch Jamie Bundy Crissy Moran Bree McMahon Francie Blair Chantel Azevedo Ana Drummond Bailey Varley Lindsay Pritchard Althea Dunn Chelsea Watson Elena Crowe Rachael Laughlin Carolyn Anderson Megan Jenkins Janet Basinger Josie Rodriguez Chelsea Freeman

Head Coach: Shigeyoshi Shinohara (Yamaguchi University ‘96) Associate Head Coach: Caity Brown (Campbell University ‘09) Team Manager: Danielle Burch

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Pos. GK GK D D D M M F F/M D M GK GK M F/M D F D D F F D M M D D M

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

Hometown Hoover, Ala. Stafford, Va. Raleigh, N.C. Clayton, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Mooresville, N.C. Mooresville, N.C. Hagerstown, Md. Charlotte, N.C. Franklin, N.C. Platte City, Mo. Franklin County, Va. Orlando, Fla. Umatilla, Fla. Maple, Ontario, CANADA Newton, N.C. Concord, N.C. Lexington, N.C. Denton, Texas Sevierville, Tenn. Candler, N.C. Chesapeake, Va. Decatur, Ga. Reidsville, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Vilseck, GERMANY Charlotte, N.C.

Previous School Hoover HS Brooke Point HS Wakefield HS Clayton HS Olympic HS Lake Norman HS Lake Norman HS South Hagerstown HS Ardrey Kell Franklin HS Platte County HS Franklin County HS Freedom HS Umatilla HS St. Elizabeth Catholic HS Foard HS Jay M. Robinson HS North Davidson HS Vilseck HS Gatlinburg-Pittman HS Enka High School Hickory HS Drued Hills HS Reidsville HS James Island Charter HS Vilseck HS Grace Academy


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Allie Hovis

Junior • Forward/Midfielder Charlotte, N.C. (Ardrey Kell HS)

2011: (Junior) Preseason First Team All-South Atlantic Conference selection. 2010: (Sophomore) Second Team All-South Atlantic Conference selection...Played in 14 games and started 11 contests as a sophomore...Tied for third on the team with two goals on the season...Tied for third on the team with one assist on the season...Recorded goals in matches at Erskine and at Mars Hill...Attempted 21 shots, with 11 shots on goal. 2009: (Freshman) Played in 17 games and started 13 contests as a freshman...Tied as team leader with seven goals, and also tied as a team leader with three assists...recorded the game winning goal against Montreat on Aug. 27 and Anderson on Aug. 29. “Allie finally received the recognition she deserved in the conference by earning a spot on the 2011 Preseason First Team. Because of her experience, we are excited to see her continued contributions to this team.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Daughter of Gary and Michele... has one brother Michael...favorite sports team is the Carolina Panthers...favorite athlete is David Beckham...Born 12/23/90.

Year 2010 2009 Career

Hovis’ Career Highs

Goals 2 vs Anderson, 8/29/2009 Assists 2 at Converse, 10/2/2009 Points 4 vs Anderson, 8/29/2009 Shots 7 vs Montreat, 8/27/2009 Shots on Goal 4 vs Montreat, 8/27/2009

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 14 11 2 1 5 21 .095 11 .524 - 0-0 17 13 7 3 17 41 .171 25 .610 2 0-0 31 24 9 4 22 61 .148 36 .590 2 0-0

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Jordan Box

Senior • Goalkeeper Hoover, Ala. (Hoover HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in three games as a Goalkeeper, starting once...Allowed one goal in 52:19 minutes... Allowed an average of 1.72 goals per game...Had three saves, recording a .750 save percentage...Finished with an 0-1-0 record. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in four games as Goalkeeper, starting three times...Allowed three goals while stopping nine to total a .750 save percentage and a .880 goals allowed average. 2008: (Freshman) Played in six games, starting one in goal...Recorded more than 377 minutes...Allowed 14 goals for a 3.34 goals against average...Tallied 26 saves, stopping 65.0% of all shots attempted. “Box is coming back strong for her senior season. She is a player we can always count on for her dedication both on the field and off.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Hoover, Ala.…Played at Hoover High School…Born Jordan Ashley Box...Daughter of Shawn and Michelle Box.

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Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Career Statistics (----GOALS----) (----SAVES----) GP GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct 3 1 52:19 1 1.72 3 .750 4 3 305:42 3 0.88 9 .750 6 1 377:31 14 3.34 26 .650 13 5 735:32 18 1.38 38 .679

Box’s Career Highs

Most Goals Allowed 5 vs Catawba, 11/1/2008 Least Goals Allowed 0 Six times Saves 7 Three times Save Percentage 1.000 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 9/11/2008

(---RECORD---) W L T 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 0

Sho 0 1 0 1


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Alyssa Caracena

Senior • Defender Raleigh, N.C. (Wakefield HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in 16 matches and started six as a junior...Recorded three shots in the 2010 season... Recorded three shots on goal. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in 17 matches for the Tornados, starting three times...Scored two goals on the year, one of which was a game winning goal against Converse on Oct. 2, and the other a goal against conference opponent Wingate on Oct 7...Recorded one assist against Lees-McRae on Sep. 1. 2008: (Freshman) Played in 18 matches, starting 13 times as a freshman...Recorded two goals...Recorded the game-winning goals in season opener against Columbia College on Aug. 29 and Converse on Oct. 24...Assisted on three goals against Columbia...Attempted 32 shots, with 18 on target. “Alyssa has shown great growth over the last few seasons and has stepped up and provided depth in our backline. We are excited to see what she can do in her senior season.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Raleigh, N.C.…Played at Wakefield High School…Played club soccer for CASL…Daughter of Starla and Chris Caracena.

Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Caracena’s Career Highs

Goals 1 Four times Assists 3 vs Columbia, 8/29/2008 Points 5 vs Columbia, 8/29/2008 Shots 8 vs Emmanuel, 10/18/2008 Shots on Goal 4 vs Columbia, 8/29/2008

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 16 6 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 17 3 2 1 5 12 .167 10 .833 1 0-0 18 13 2 3 7 32 .062 18 .562 2 0-0 51 22 4 4 12 47 .085 31 .660 3 0-0

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Caitlin Hubbard

Senior • Midfielder Clayton, N.C. (Clayton HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in 17 matches, starting seven times as a junior...Scored a goal on Oct. 12 against Anderson...Recorded an assist on a goal on Sept. 2 against Erskine...Attempted six shots on the season, with three shots on target. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in 16 matches, and started seven times...Took five shots as a defender, three of which were on target to total a .600 shots on goal average. 2008: (Freshman) Played in all 19 matches, starting 18 times as a freshman...Scored a goal on Oct. 18 against Emmanuel College...Assisted on a goal against Converse on Oct. 24...Attempted 14 shots, with six on target. “Chub enters her senior season and continues to be a fighter. She will provide some crucial minutes in the midfield for this team.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Clayton, N.C….Played at Clayton High School…Daughter of Tim and Leslie Hubbard.

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Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Hubbard’s Career Highs Goals 1 Twice Assists 1 Twice Points 2 Twice Shots 5 vs Emmanuel, 10/18/2008 Shots on Goal 2 Three times

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 17 7 1 1 3 6 .167 3 .500 0 0-0 16 7 0 0 0 5 .000 3 .600 0 0-0 19 18 1 1 3 14 .071 6 .429 0 0-0 52 32 2 2 6 25 .080 12 .480 0 0-0


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Bailey Varley

Senior • Forward Concord, N.C. (Jay M. Robinson HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in 17 matches, starting 14 in her junior year...Scored a team high four goals...Tied to lead the team with two assists...Attempted a team high 29 shots, with 11 shots on target...Recorded her second career hat-trick in the season opener against Erskine on Sept. 2. 2009: (Sophomore) Played 19 games while starting 15...Tied to lead the team with seven goals...Also tied to lead team with three assists...Recorded her first career hat-trick against Lees-McRae on Sept. 1...Scored the game winners against Lees-McRae on Sept. 1 and Warren Wilson on Oct. 10. 2008: (Freshman) Played in all 19 matches, starting 18 times as a freshman...Led the team with six goals and tied for second on the team with three assists...Recorded the game-winning goal against Warren Wilson on Oct. 4...Attempted 40 shots, with 23 going on target. “Bailey enters her senior season as a 2nd year captain. She has grown as a leader and will help guide this team in the right direction. She will also contribute through her hard work and relentless attitude up top.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Concord, N.C…Played at Jay M. Robinson High School…Born Bailey Breanne Varley...Daughter of Greg and Melissa Varley.

Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Varley’s Career Highs

Goals 1 Four times Assists 3 vs Columbia, 8/29/2008 Points 5 vs Columbia, 8/29/2008 Shots 8 vs Emmanuel, 10/18/2008 Shots on Goal 4 vs Columbia, 8/29/2008

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 17 14 4 2 10 29 .138 11 .379 0 0-0 19 15 7 3 17 43 .163 23 .535 2 0-0 19 18 6 3 15 40 .150 23 .575 1 0-0 55 47 17 8 42 112 .152 57 .509 3 0-0

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Chelsea Watson

Senior • Forward Sevierville, Tenn. (Gatlinburg-Pittman HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in 15 matches, with four starts in her junior season...Recorded two shots on the year, one against Young Harris on Sept. 21 and one against Carson-Newman on Oct. 20. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in 18 games, started twice... Took four shots on goal, all of which were on target for a perfect shots on goal percentage. 2008: (Freshman) Played in four games in her freshman year...Attempted one shot on Oct. 18 against Emmanuel. “We are excited to see what Watson can do during her senior season. She goes harder than anyone else and we can always look to her to get the team going. For that, she has earned the nickname, ‘Bulldog’.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Sevierville, Tenn…Played at Gatlinburg-Pittman High School…Born Chelsea Danielle Watson...Daughter of Rickey and Donna Watson.

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Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Watson’s Career Highs Goals N/A Assists N/A Points N/A Shots 3 vs Warren Wilson, 10/10/2009 Shots on Goal 3 vs Warren Wilson, 10/10/2009

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 15 4 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 18 2 0 0 0 4 .000 4 1.000 0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 37 6 0 0 0 7 .000 4 .571 0 0-0


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Rachael Laughlin

Senior • Defender Chesapeake, Va. (Hickory HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in 16 games, starting 13 as a junior...Recorded an assist on Oct. 1 against Mars Hill. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in 19 games, starting 17... Took one shot as a defender for the Tornados. 2008: (Freshman) Played in all 19 matches as a freshman, starting 14 times...Recorded a goal on Oct. 18 against Emmanuel College...Attempted five shots, with four on target. “Rachael continues to be one of our strongest defenders. We had the pleasure of seeing her grow as a player over the spring and are absolutely thrilled to see what she can do during her senior season.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Chesapeake, Va…Played at Hickory High School...Born Rachael Elise Laughlin...Daughter of Sarah Laughlin.

Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Laughlin’s Career Highs

Goals 1 vs Emmanuel, 10/18/2008 Assists 1 at Mars Hill, 10/1/2010 Points 2 vs Emmanuel, 10/18/2008 Shots 2 vs Southern Wesleyan, 9/22/2008 Shots on Goal 1 Four times

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 16 13 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 19 17 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 19 14 1 0 2 5 .200 4 .800 0 0-0 54 44 1 1 3 6 .167 4 .667 0 0-0

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Janet Basinger

Senior • Defender Charleston, S.C. (James Island Charter HS)

2010: (Junior) Played in 17 matches as a junior, starting 16 of them as a defender for the Tornados...Helped on the backline as Brevard allowed 2.73 goals per game. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in seven games and started four...Took one shot in seven games as a defender for the Tornados, before experiencing a season-ending injury. 2008: (Freshman) Played in 18 matches, starting twice...Attempted four shots on the season. “Janet comes into her senior season as a good all-around player. Her technical skill combined with her athleticism and fitness level will allow her to attack out of the back. We are excited to see her performance on both ends of the pitch.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Charleston, S.C…Played at James Island Charter High School… Has decided to major in Health Science... Daughter of Rachel Alvardo.

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Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Basinger’s Career Highs Goals Assists Points Shots Shots on Goal

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 17 16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 7 4 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 18 2 0 0 0 4 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 42 22 0 0 0 5 .000 1 .200 0 0-0

N/A N/A N/A 2 Twice N/A


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Chelsea Freeman

Senior • Midfielder Charlotte, N.C. (Grace Academy)

2010: (Junior) Played in 16 matches as a junior, starting 10 for the Tornados...Recorded an assist on Sept. 28 against Tusculum...Attempted three shots, with two on target. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in 18 games, starting all but one game...Was a team captain...Took eight shots. 2008: (Freshman) Started all 19 games as a freshman... Assisted on goals on Sept. 11 against Lenoir-Rhyne and Oct. 4 against Warren Wilson...Attempted 13 shots, with four going on target. “Free enters her senior season as a three year captain and continues to be an important player and leader in this program. Her tremendous work ethic is truly one of a kind and we are absolutely delighted to have her here at Brevard College.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Charlotte, N.C.…Played at Grace Academy…Born Chelsea Leign Freeman...Has yet to pick a major... Daughter of Andrew and Teresa Freeman.

Year 2010 2009 2008 Career

Freeman’s Career Highs Goals N/A Assists 1 Three times Points 1 Three times Shots 3 vs Montreat, 8/27/2009 Shots on Goal 1 Seven times

Career Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 16 10 0 1 1 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 18 17 0 0 0 8 .000 1 .125 0 0-0 19 19 0 2 2 13 .000 4 .308 0 0-0 53 46 0 3 3 24 .000 7 .292 0 0-0

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2011 Player Profiles

Hannah Graham

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Junior * Midfielder Mooresville, N.C. * Lake Norman HS

2010: (Sophomore) Played in 11 games, starting nine as a sophomore...Attempted five shots on the season, with three going on target. 2009: (Freshman) Played in 19 games and started 15 as a freshman defender...Scored a goal on Sep. 1 against Lees-Mcrae...Took 10 shots, five of which were on target for the Tornados. “Hannah continues to be on of the quickest players we have and has become a solid piece of our backline. She continues to display leadership to this team through her dedication and work ethic.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Daughter of Debbie and Gary...Has two brothers, Seth and Josh, and one sister Lizzie...Favorite sports teams are the Indianapolis Colts and the Carolina Panthers...Favorite athlete is David Beckham...Admires her parents...Born 8/22/90.

Year 2010 2009 Career

GP GS G A 11 9 0 0 19 15 1 0 30 24 1 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 0 5 .000 3 .600 2 10 .100 5 .500 2 15 .067 8 .533

GW 0 0 0

Teresa Musick

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Junior * Forward Hagerstown, Md. * S. Hagerstown HS

2010: (Sophomore) Played in 13 matches as a sophomore, starting three times under Coach Shinohara...Attempted one shot on goal during the season for the Tornados. 2009: (Freshman) Played in 15 games as a freshman as a defender and started once for the Tornados. “Teresa is one of the hardest working people on our team. She has shown great improvement and will provide depth up top. When she sets foot on the field, you know exactly what you are going to get with her; 100% hard work.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Daughter of David Musick and Roberta and Joe Footen (stepfather)...Has four siblings...Favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Penguins...Favorite athlete is Troy Polamalu...Born 2/28/91.

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Year 2010 2009 Career

GP GS G A 13 3 0 0 15 1 0 0 28 4 0 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 .000 1 1.000

GW 0 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0


2011 Player Profiles

Chantel Azevedo Junior * Forward/Midfielder

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Maple, Ontario, Canada * St. Elizabeth Catholic HS 2010: Did not play due to injury 2009: (Freshman) Played in 18 games and started 13 times as a freshman...Scored a goal on Sep. 4 against Young Harris...recorded three assists, tied for the most on the team. “Chantel continues to be a great asset to this program and her consistency has earned her crucial time in our center midfield. She is an excellent example of the all-around soccer player and student. We are lucky to have a person of her character in this program.” Coach Shinohara Personal: Daughter of John Azevedo and Cristine and Joe Alves (stepfather)...Has two brothers, Jacob and Joshua and one sister, Nicole...Favorite sports team is the Real Madrid FC...Favorite athletes are Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo...Person she admires is her mother...Born 6/13/91. Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Year GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2010 - - - - - - - - - - 2009 18 13 1 3 5 20 .050 10 .500 0 0-0 Career 18 13 1 3 5 20 .050 10 .500 0 0-0

Carolyn Anderson Junior * Midfielder Decatur, Ga. * S. Hagerstown HS

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2010: (Sophomore) Played in 15 matches, while starting once as a sophomore midfielder...Recorded an assist on Sept. 11 against Clayton State...Recorded an assist on Sept. 28 against Tusculum College...Tied for the team lead with two assists on the season... Attempted two shots, with both going on target in the 2010 season. “Carolina has proved that she can compete at this level. She will provide depth in the offensive third. She is quick and fearless and we are excited to watch her excel in this program.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: From Decatur, GA…Played at Druid Hills High…Born Carolyn Martha Anderson… Is an Art Major…Daughter of Betsy Anderson.

Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 15 1 0 2 15 1 0 2

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 2 2 .000 2 1.000 2 2 .000 2 1.000

GW 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

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2011 Player Profiles

Brittany Webster

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Sophomore * Goalkeeper Stafford, Va. * Brooke Point HS

2010: (Freshman) Played in 12 matches between the pipes for the Tornados, starting nine matches as a freshman...Allowed 23 goals in 785:38 minutes...Allowed an average of 2.63 goals per game...Recorded 60 saves, with a .723 save percentage...Recorded two shutouts, against Southern Wesleyan on Sept. 18 in a 0-0 tie, and against Tusculum on Sept. 28 in a 2-0 victory...Finished with a 1-6-1 record. “With one season under her belt, Brittany has gained some invaluable experience. I was very impressed with her work ethic and dedication to our team. With continued hard work, she has the ability to be a top goalkeeper in this conference.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Brittany is the daughter of Jim Webster and Dan and Shirley McLaughlin...Played at Brooke Point High School...Favorite player is Troy Perkins...Loves the Philadelphia Eagles.

Year 2010 Career

Career Statistics (----GOALS----) (----SAVES----) GP GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct 12 9 785:38 23 2.63 60 .723 12 9 785:38 23 2.63 60 .723

(---RECORD---) W L T 1 6 1 1 6 1

Abigail Rusch

Sho 2 2

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Sophomore * Defender Franklin, N.C. * Franklin HS

2010: (Freshman) Played in 13 matches as a freshman, starting nine on the pitch for Coach Shinohara...Attempted four shots during the 2010 season...Two of her shot attempts were on goal. “Abby is another player who has shown tremendous growth as a result of one year’s playing experience. She has really stepped up in the center back position and will continue leading this team from the back line.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Abby is the daughter of David and Jana Rusch...Played at Franklin High School...Her favorite position is defense...Her favorite player is David Beckham.

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Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 13 9 0 0 13 9 0 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 4 .000 2 .500

GW 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0


2011 Player Profiles

Jamie Bundy Sophomore * Midfielder Platte City, Mo. * Platte County HS

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2010: (Freshman) Played in all 17 matches as a freshman midfielder, starting 10 for Coach Shinohara...Recorded the game winning goal on Sept. 8 on a penalty kick against Converse...Attempted 21 shots during the 2010 season...Tied for the team lead with 11 shots on goal during the season...Was 1-for-1 on penalty kick attempts. “Jamie came in and made an immediate impact, earning crucial minutes in the center midfield position. She is a great asset to this program and we are looking forward to the level of play she will bring this season.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Jamie is the daughter of George and Patty Bundy...Played at Platte County High School...Her favorite player is Ronaldo...She loves the Nike Livestrong line.

Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 17 10 1 0 17 10 1 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 2 21 .048 11 .524 2 21 .048 11 .524

Crissy Moran Sophomore * Goalkeeper

GW 1 1

PK-ATT 1-1 1-1

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Franklin County, Va. * Franklin County HS 2010: (Freshman) Played in 11 matches as a freshman goalkeeper, starting four times for Coach Shinohara...Allowed 23 goals in 712:03 minutes...Allowed an average of 2.91 goals per game...Had 54 saves, recording a .701 save percentage...Finished with a 2-5-0 record. “Crissy has all the tools to be a standout keeper not only in our team, but in the conference too. Her dynamic and athletic ability will help solidify our back line.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Crissy is the daughter of Mark and Cindy Williams...She played at Franklin County High School...Favorite team to watch was the 1991 USA women’s soccer team.

Year 2010 Career

Career Statistics (----GOALS----) (----SAVES----) GP GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct 11 4 712:03 23 2.91 54 .701 11 4 712:03 23 2.91 54 .701

(---RECORD---) W L T 2 5 0 2 5 0

Sho 0 0

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2011 Player Profiles

Breanna McMahon Sophomore * Defender/Goalkeeper Orlando, Fla. * Freedom HS

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“We are absolutely thrilled to witness Bree’s progress in rehab. She is more determined than ever and has made some major breakthroughs such as running and lifting. Her spirit and work ethic continue to affect our team positively.” - Coach Shinohara High School: McMahon, a defender, midfielder, and goalkeeper from Orlando, Fla. attended Freedom High School and Dr. Phillips High School. While attending Dr. Phillips, McMahon received the Varsity Coaches Award then went on to be varsity captain at Freedom High School. McMahon was also honored with the “Courageous Player of the Year” Award 2009 from the Touchdown Club of Orlando and “Award of Excellence” from Orange County Public Schools for strength and perseverance in overcoming adversity following a tragic accident in which she lost her left leg. Personal: Bree is the daughter of David and Kathleen McMahon...Her favorite player is Wayne Rooney...Favorite food is steak and mashed potatoes...Likes to hang out with family and friends, as well as take naps in her free time.

Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000

Francie Blair Sophomore * Midfielder Umatilla, Fla. * Umatilla HS

GW 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 0

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2010: (Freshman) Played in 10 matches for Coach Shinohara as a freshman midfielder. “Francie continues to be a versatile player and will provide depth in many positions. She really has adjusted well to the physicality of the game and will only continue to compete better at this level.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Francie is the daughter of Skip and Susan Blair...She played at Umatilla High School...Has a twin, Josie Blair...Her favorite player is Hope Solo.

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Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 10 0 0 0 10 0 0 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000

GW 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 0


2011 Player Profiles

Lindsay Pritchard Sophomore * Defender Lexington, N.C. * North Davidson HS

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2010: (Freshman) Played in 15 matches as a freshman defender for Coach Shinohara, starting 13 times on the pitch...Recorded the game-winning goal on Sept. 28 against Tusculum on a free kick...Attempted eight shots on the season, with five shots on goal. “Lindsay was a crucial piece of our back line right off the bat. She is not only great in the air, but she distributes the ball well and tackles even better. She is coming back from a season-ending injury, but with her dedication and work ethic, we have no doubt she will come back even stronger.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Lindsay is the daughter of John and Kathryn Pritchard...She played at North Davidson High School...Her favorite player is Abby Wambach...She loves rap music and rapping to her teammates...Food and shoes make her happy.

Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 15 13 1 0 15 13 1 0

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 2 8 .125 5 .625 2 8 .125 5 .625

Elena Crowe Sophomore * Forward Candler, N.C. * Enka HS

GW 1 1

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

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2010: (Freshman) Played in all 17 matches as a freshman forward for Coach Shinohara, starting 13 times...Was second on the team with three goals scored...Recorded a goal on Sept. 2 against Erskine...Recorded a goal on Sept. 11 against Clayton State...Recorded a goal on Oct. 1 against Mars Hill...Assisted on a goal on Oct. 20 against Carson-Newman...Attempted 14 shots, with nine shots on goal for the season. “Elena immediately made an impact in our front line. She is relentless and refuses to give up. She has a tremendous work ethic and makes everyone around her better. We believe Elena is a major scoring threat and will be an exciting player to watch.” - Coach Shinohara Personal: Elena is the daughter of Kevin and Stephanie Crowe...She played at Enka High School...Favorite player is David Beckham... She enjoys horseback riding, playing basketball and spending time with her family...Her favorite food is Chinese and Japanese.

Year 2010 Career

GP GS G A 17 13 3 1 17 13 3 1

Career Statistics (----------------SHOTS---------------) Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 7 14 .214 9 .643 7 14 .214 9 .643

GW 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0

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2011 Player Profiles

Drasti Patel Freshman * Defender Charlotte, N.C. * Olympic HS

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Personal: Patel joins the BC women’s soccer team from Charlotte, North Carolina. She attended Olympic High School where she played for Coach Matthew Merrill. Patel ran cross country and track for Olympic, in addition to her successful soccer career. She was a four year varsity starter under Coach Merill. She was named to the all-conference team in 2009 and 2010, and was also named Olympic’s defensive MVP for the 2010 season. In addition to her honors on the soccer field, she was named all-conference in cross country as well. Academically, Patel is on the A/B Honor Roll at Olympic High School. “We are pleased to bring Drasti into this program not only as an athlete but also a student in the classroom. She is a natural lefty and will provide depth in both the midfield and defense on the left side. Drasti brings a high level of endurance and will be looked to for her energy when the team needs it.” - Coach Shinohara

Lizzie Graham Freshman * Midfielder Mooresville, N.C. * Lake Norman HS

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High School: Graham joins the BC women’s soccer team from Mooresville, North Carolina. She attended Lake Norman High School where she played for Jon Mertes. Graham played basketball as well as soccer at Lake Norman. She was a four year varsity player for Mertes. She played on the three-time Region 3 State Cup Championship team. She was named to the Conference Championship team in 2008 and 2009, while also being named to the 2008 District Championship team. In the classroom, Graham was an honor roll student at Lake Norman High School. “It is always exciting to have another family member come on board here at Brevard. Lizzie is a great addition to this program. She is a technical player and will provide good quality play in the mid-field position. Lizzie, like her sister Hannah, will continue to help move this program in a positive direction,” - Coach Shinohara

Ana Drummond Freshman * Defender Newton, N.C. * Foard HS

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High School: Drummond joins the Tornados from Fred T. Foard High School. The Newton, North Carolina native played for Coach Stan Elliot at Foard High School. On the field, she was named an all-conference defender in both her sophomore and junior seasons as a Tiger. Drummond was also a standout tennis player for Foard High School. She lettered in all four years in tennis, as well as, being named all-conference in her senior season. “Ana is a solid defender that will bring both athleticism and speed to our back line. After playing some in the midfield, she has great vision and an ability to possess the ball out of the back. We are excited to have this new addition to our back line.” - Coach Shinohara

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2011 Player Profiles

Althea Dunn Freshman * Defender Denton, Texas * Vilseck HS

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Personal: Dunn comes to the Tornados from Denton, Texas. Dunn attended Vilseck High School in Germany where she played soccer for Kevin Anglim. She was a three-sport athlete, playing both tennis and basketball, along with soccer. On the playing field she was awarded the Golden Boot award which is for most goals scored in a season. She was named the 2010 Sports Woman of the Year at Vilseck, as well as, being named the Scholar Athlete of the Year. She also played ODP Europe under Coach Bill Bidinger while living in Germany. In the classroom, she was a Presidential Honor Roll member in both her junior and senior years. “Thea has had a unique experience having played overseas in Germany. She has competed at a high level in club soccer there and will bring that high level of play here to Brevard. She will be a great asset to our back line and we are excited to see what she can do on the pitch.” - Coach Shinohara

Megan Jenkins Freshman * Midfielder Reidsville, N.C. * Reidsville HS

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High School: Jenkins comes to the Tornados from Reidsville, North Carolina. Jenkins attends Reidsville Senior High School where she played soccer for Coach Jarrod Williams. Jenkins also played tennis and was a member of the swim team at Reidsville Senior High School, in addition to being a member of the cheerleading squad. Jenkins led her high school team in scoring with 26 goals during her junior season and was name all-conference in her freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons. Jenkins was an all-region performer in her junior year as well as being named a captain as a junior and senior. In the classroom, Jenkins has been named to the honor roll in every semester, as well as being awarded with the Scholastics Scholarship award her junior year. “Megan is finishing up a successful club and high school career and we are excited to see what she brings to our program. She is versatile, being able to play up top and in the midfield. We are thrilled to have Megan in our soccer program and are excited to see what she can do on the field and in the classroom,” - Coach Shinohara

Josie Rodriguez Freshman * Defender Vilseck, Germany * Vilseck HS

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High School: Rodriguez joins the Tornados from Vilseck, Germany, where she played under Coach Kevin Anglim at Vilseck High School. Rodriguez was awarded the Best Defender award for three years and also received the Falcon Award during her time with the Falcons and she was also an All-Region First Team selection. Rodriguez also participated in basketball and cross country, where she was a two-time Falcon award winner. Off the pitch, Rodriguez was on the 3.0-3.5 Honor Roll for two years. “I am very delighted that Josie has decided to join our 2011 recruiting class. She is not only athletic but also works very hard. Her motivation will take her far in this game and will also help to push those around her. In addition, she excels in the classroom and will join the IWIL program here at Brevard. I am excited to see her grow as a leader in both our program and this college in the future.” - Coach Shinohara

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The South Atlantic Conference The South Atlantic Conference was founded in 1975 solely as a football conference. The league received its name from a contest in which Kurt Brenneman of Greensboro, NC became the first to submit the SAC-8 moniker.

South Atlantic Conference

The SAC-8 consisted of Carson-Newman College, Catawba College, Elon College, Gardner-Webb University, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Mars Hill College, Newberry College, and Presbyterian College. Dr. Fred Bentley, of Mars Hill College, was named league president for its inaugural year, by a vote of the member institutions.

www.thesac.com

In 1989, the league’s 15th year of operation, the South Atlantic Conference became a comprehensive, all-sports conference. That year the South Atlantic Conference sponsored 10 sports - football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis. Later the conference grew to 14 championship sports by adding women ‘s soccer (1990), men’s and women’s cross country (1993) and women’s golf (1999).

226 North Park Drive Gateway Plaza, Suite 130 Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: (803) 981-5240 Fax: (803) 981-9444

Commissioner........................................ Patrick Britz Asst. Commissioner/SWA.................... Elaine Kebbe Director of Strategic Communications. Eric Wieberg Director of Internal Operations.... Amanda Osburne Coordinator of Football Officials........ Jack Childress Coordinator of Volleyball Officials......... B.J. Willard Coordinator of Soccer Officials............... Paul James Coordinator of Basketball Officials........... Jim Burch Coordinator of Baseball Officials......... Gerald Trexler Coordinator of Softball Officials.............. Betsy Kidd

Commissioner Patrick Britz

and athletic philosophy. Since becoming eligible for NCAA Division II postseason play in 1993, the league has sent representatives from all of its sponsored sports to NCAA postseason play.

In July of 1998, Tusculum College was admitted as a member of the league, and Lincoln Memorial University began play in the conference in the 2006-07 academic year. The league membership now includes The South Atlantic Conference was composed of the same eight member institutions from 1975 until 1988, Brevard College in Brevard, N.C.; Carson-Newman in when Wingate University replaced Newberry College Jefferson City, TN; Catawba College in Salisbury, NC; Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, NC; Lincoln Memorial as the eighth member institution. Newberry later University in Harrogate, TN; Mars Hill College in Mars rejoined the conference in 1996. Hill, NC; Newberry College in Newberry, SC; Tusculum Today the conference is a group of nine private, liberal College in Greeneville, TN; and Wingate University in Wingate, NC. Anderson University in Anderson, S.C. and civic arts colleges and universities, similar in size became the league’s tenth member in 2010.

Membership At A Glance Anderson

Brevard

Carson-Newman

Catawba

Lenoir-Rhyne

Lincoln Memorial

Mars Hill

Newberry

Tusculum

Wingate

Nicknames: Trojans Location: Anderson, S.C. Enrollment: N/A Founded: 1848 Member Since: 2010-11

Nicknames: Railsplitters Location: Harrogate, Tenn. Enrollment: 3,254 Founded: 1897 Member Since: 2006-2007

Nicknames: Tornados Location: Brevard, N.C. Enrollment: 650 Founded: 1853 Member Since: 2008-2009

Nicknames: Lions Location: Mars Hill, N.C. Enrollment: 1,100 Founded: 1856 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Eagles Location: Jefferson City, Tenn. Enrollment: 2,200 Founded: 1851 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Wolves Location: Newberry, S.C. Enrollment: 850 Founded: 1856 Member Since: 1996-1997

Nicknames: Indians Location: Salisbury, N.C. Enrollment: 1,250 Founded: 1851 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Pioneers Location: Greenville, Tenn. Enrollment: 2,500 Founded: 1794 Member Since: 1998-1999

Nicknames: Bears Location: Hickory, N.C. Enrollment: 1,600 Founded: 1891 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Bulldogs Location: Wingate, N.C. Enrollment: 2,159 Founded: 1896 Member Since: 1988-1989

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2011 SAC Season Preview Lenoir-Rhyne Tops Women’s Soccer Preseason Coaches’ Poll, All-SAC Team ROCK HILL, S.C. – Lenoir-Rhyne, which finished one win shy of the 2010 NCAA Women’s Soccer Final Four, is a nearly unanimous selection by the SAC coaches to win the 2011 league title, it was announced on Thursday. The Bears, 2010 co-regular season champions and Food Lion SAC Tournament winners, received nine of the 10 first-place votes. L-R is also heavily represented on the preseason All-SAC team, with six first-team selections, including defending conference Player of the Year and Daktronics All-American Catherine Hauck. The Bears also have one student-athlete on the second team. Wingate comes in at No. 2 in the preseason poll. The Bulldogs, runners-up in last season’s Food Lion SAC Tournament, also have two first-team and one second-team preseason All-Conference selections. This includes 2010 first-team All-SAC honorees Izabella Miranda and Kelly Moldenhauer. No. 3 in the poll is Tusculum, which features four preseason All-Conference selections. TC forward Tramicka James is the Pioneers’ lone first-team selection after also being named to the 2010 All-SAC first team. Carson-Newman, which tied Lenoir-Rhyne for the 2010 regular season title is fourth in the coaches’ poll and received the other first-place vote. The Eagles also landed one student-athlete on the preseason All-SAC first team – 2010 first-team selection Trenna Howell – and two on the second team. Next in the poll is Catawba at No. 5, Newberry at No. 6 and Lincoln-Memorial at No. 7. Catawba and Lincoln Memorial each placed two on the preseason All-Conference team, while Newberry has one. Rounding out the coaches’ poll is Mars Hill at No. 8, Anderson at No. 9 and Brevard at No. 10. MHC has two preseason All-SAC selections, and Brevard and Anderson each have one. The SAC women’s soccer season officially kicks off on Sept. 1, and the Food Lion SAC Championship is slated for Nov. 1-6, with the semifinals and final taking place in Rock Hill.

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2011 Preseason Teams/Poll

Coach Shinohara and the BC Women’s Soccer Team were selected tenth in the SAC Preseason Coaches Poll 2011 WOMEN’S SOCCER PRESEASON ALL-SAC INFORMATION FIRST TEAM F - Trenna Howell, Carson-Newman F - Allie Hovis, Brevard F - Sarah Taylor, Lincoln Memorial F - Tramicka James, Tusculum MF - Elizabeth Hawes, Lenoir-Rhyne MF - Kaelia Frazier, Lenoir-Rhyne MF - Catherine Hauck, Lenoir-Rhyne MF - Izabella Miranda, Wingate D - Jessica Schob, Lenoir-Rhyne D - Casey McDonnell, Lenoir-Rhyne D - Kelly Moldenhauer, Wingate D - Cassie Smith, Newberry GK - Caitlin Scruggs, Lenoir-Rhyne

SECOND TEAM

2011 SAC WOMEN’S SOCCER COACHES POLL F - Bianca Hall, Carson-Newman Pl School 1st Pts. F - Laura Linehan, Lenoir-Rhyne 1. Lenoir-Rhyne 99 (9) F - Patience Leonard, Tusculum 2. Wingate 88 F - Juliana Conte, Catawba 3. Tusculum 73 MF - Leanne Reid, Lincoln Memorial 4. Carson-Newman 72 (1) MF - Michelle Meade, Tusculum 5. Catawba 54 MF - Kelly Adams, Wingate 6. Newberry 46 MF - Carrie Settle, Anderson 7. Lincoln-Memorial 45 D - Marissa DiMarco, Catawba 40 D - Racquell Pimental, Carson-Newman 8. Mars Hill 9. Anderson 19 D - Martha Toboas, Mars Hill 10. Brevard 14 D - Amy Morford, Tusculum GK - Chelsea Parker, Mars Hill (First place votes in parenthesis)

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2010 SAC Season in Review 2010 Review

Conference Overall W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. Lenoir-Rhyne 8-1 .889 19-2-2 .870 Carson-Newman 8-1 .889 11-7 .611 Wingate 7-1-1 .833 13-3-3 .763 Newberry 4-5 .444 5-13-1 .289 Mars Hill 3-4-2 .444 9-7-2 .556 Catawba 3-4-2 .444 7-8-3 .472 Tusculum 3-5-1 .389 9-9-1 .500 LMU 3-6 .333 10-7 .588 Anderson (S.C.) 2-7 .222 6-11-1 .361 Brevard 1-8 .111 3-13-1 .206

Individual Award Winners

Player of the Year: Catherine Hauck, Lenoir-Rhyne Freshman of the Year: Juliana Conte, Cat; Denesha Soto, L-R Coach of the Year: Adrian Blewitt, Lenoir-Rhyne Scholar-Athlete: Abby Martin, Mars Hill Fair Play Award: Anderson and Lincoln Memorial

All-South Atlantic Conference Team

First Team F - Trenna Howell, Carson-Newman F - Amber Holt, Lenoir-Rhyne F - Abby Martin, Mars Hill F - Tramicka James, Tusculum MF - Morgan Gruenenfelder, Carson-Newman MF - Andrea Saevik, Carson-Newman MF - Catherine Hauck, Lenoir-Rhyne MF - Izabella Miranda, Wingate D - Alexa Baird, Catawba D - Casey McDonnell, Lenoir-Rhyne D - Kelly Moldenhauer, Wingate D - Brittany Downs, Mars Hill GK - Caitlin Scruggs, Lenoir-Rhyne

SECOND TEAM F - Allie Hovis, Brevard F - Sarah Taylor, Lincoln Memorial F - Becky Thompson, Lincoln Memorial F - Kerstin Williams, Wingate MF - Elizabeth Hawes, Lenoir-Rhyne MF - Kaelia Frazier, Lenoir-Rhyne MF - Leanne Reid, Lincoln Memorial MF - Courtney Turner, Tusculum D - Melissa Morris, Carson-Newman D - Jessica Schob, Lenoir-Rhyne D - Raquel Abrile, Lincoln Memorial D - Cassie Smith, Newberry GK - Chelsea Parker, Mars Hill

STATISTICAL CHAMPIONS

Goals Per Match: Abby Martin, Mars Hill; Tramicka James, TC, 0.94 Points Per Match: Abby Martin, Mars Hill, 2.18 Assists Per Match: Sarah Taylor, Lincoln Memorial, 0.69 Goals Against Average: Caitlin Scruggs, Lenoir-Rhyne, 0.46 Goalkeeper Shutouts Per Game: Caitlin Scruggs, Lenoir-Rhyne, 0.50 Save Percentage: Caitlin Scruggs, Lenoir-Rhyne, .886 Team Points Per Match: Tusculum, 7.71 Team Goals Per Match: Tusculum, 2.76 Team Assists Per Match: Tusculum, 2.18 Team Shutouts Per Match: Wingate, 0.56 Team Goal Against Average: Wingate, .65 Team Winning Percentage: Lenoir-Rhyne, .884

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Individual Statistics Leaders Shots Per Game 1. Trenna Howell, C-NW 2. Tramicka James, TCW 3. Abby Martin, MHCW 4. Leanne Reid, LMUW 5. Sarah Taylor, LMUW 6. Catherine Hauck, LRUW 7. Laura Linehan, LRUW 8. Izabella Miranda, WUW 9. Amber Holt, LRUW 10. Kerstin Williams, WUW

4.71 4.00 3.50 3.35 3.12 3.04 2.78 2.71 2.67 2.53

Goals Allowed Per Game 1. Caitlin Scruggs, LRUW 2. Miriam Boucher, WUW 3. Carly Rives, WUW 4. Sarah Thompson, LMUW 5. Lindsay Webster, CATW 6. Chelsea Parker, MHCW 7. Sarah Tompkins, C-NW 8. Rachael Jennings, TCW 9. Megan Hrenchir, NEWW 10. Kelsey Cunningham, TCW

0.44 0.71 0.84 1.16 1.34 1.37 1.39 1.43 1.46 1.59

Goals Per Game 1. Tramicka James, TCW 2. Abby Martin, MHCW 3. Trenna Howell, C-NW 4. Sarah Taylor, LMUW Morgan Gruenenfelder, C-NW 6. Kerstin Williams, WUW 7. Amber Holt, LRUW 8. Michelle Meade, TCW 9. Catherine Hauck, LRUW 10. Caity Murnahan, MHCW

0.89 0.89 0.86 0.59 0.59 0.53 0.43 0.42 0.39 0.38

Saves Per Game 1. Kaitlin Neipp, AU-W 2. Chelsea Parker, MHCW 3. Sarah Tompkins, C-NW 4. Brittany Webster, BCW 5. Crissy Moran, BCW 6. Rachael Jennings, TCW 7. Megan Hrenchir, NEWW 8. Lindsay Webster, CATW 9. Emily Rhoades, NEWW 10. Caitlin Scruggs, LRUW

6.40 6.14 5.07 5.00 4.91 3.93 3.80 3.76 3.71 3.59

Points Per Game 1. Abby Martin, MHCW 2. Tramicka James, TCW Trenna Howell, C-NW 4. Sarah Taylor, LMUW 5. Morgan Gruenenfelder, C-NW 6. Kerstin Williams, WUW 7. Michelle Meade, TCW 8. Becky Thompson, LMUW 9. Amber Holt, LRUW 10. Caity Murnahan, MHCW

2.06 2.00 2.00 1.82 1.47 1.24 1.16 1.15 1.10 1.08

Save Percentage 1. Caitlin Scruggs, LRUW 2. Miriam Boucher, WUW 3. Chelsea Parker, MHCW 4. Sarah Tompkins, C-NW 5. Kaitlin Neipp, AU-W 6. Megan Hrenchir, NEWW 7. Sarah Thompson, LMUW 8. Rachael Jennings, TCW 9. Lindsay Webster, CATW 10. Brittany Webster, BCW

.897 .827 .811 .798 .780 .776 .760 .753 .744 .723

Assists Per Game 1. Sarah Taylor, LMUW 2. Patience Leonard, TCW 3. Kelly Adams, WUW 4. Juliana Conte, CATW 5. Becky Thompson, LMUW 6. Audrey Moore, LRUW 7. Courtney Turner, TCW Michelle Meade, TCW 9. Caity Murnahan, MHCW 10. Morgan Gruenenfelder, C-NW

0.65 0.47 0.42 0.39 0.38 0.36 0.32 0.32 0.31 0.29

Shutouts Per Game 1. Caitlin Scruggs, LRUW 2. Miriam Boucher, WUW 3. Carly Rives, WUW 4. Rachael Jennings, TCW 5. Lindsay Webster, CATW 6. Emily Rhoades, NEWW 7. Brittany Webster, BCW 8. Chelsea Parker, MHCW 9. Sarah Thompson, LMUW 10. Kaitlin Neipp, AU-W

0.53 0.38 0.38 0.29 0.24 0.21 0.17 0.14 0.14 0.13

Team Statistics Leaders Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Tusculum Lincoln Memorial Carson-Newman Catawba Mars Hill Newberry Anderson Brevard

453 371 329 264 254 221 217 210 188 133

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

Lenoir-Rhyne Tusculum Wingate Carson-Newman Mars Hill Lincoln Memorial Anderson Catawba Brevard Newberry

53 49 41 40 40 34 29 21 16 15

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

Lenoir-Rhyne Tusculum Mars Hill Wingate Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial Anderson Catawba Brevard Newberry

138 138 112 108 104 91 69 60 42 41

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

Tusculum Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial Catawba Anderson Newberry Brevard

40 32 32 26 24 23 18 11 11 10

Goals Allowed 1. Wingate 2. Lenoir-Rhyne 3. Lincoln Memorial 4. Mars Hill 5. Catawba 6. Tusculum 7. Newberry 8. Carson-Newman 9. Anderson 10. Brevard Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

15 18 19 24 26 29 32 32 35 47

Brevard Anderson Mars Hill Newberry Carson-Newman Tusculum Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Lincoln Memorial Wingate

119 112 102 96 91 84 81 77 65 59

Shutouts 1. Lenoir-Rhyne 2. Wingate 3. Catawba 4. Lincoln Memorial 5. Tusculum 6. Newberry 7. Mars Hill 8. Brevard Anderson 10. Carson-Newman

11 10 7 6 5 4 3 2 2 1

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

Wingate Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Carson-Newman Brevard Newberry Tusculum Anderson Lincoln Memorial

225 203 202 188 156 155 153 152 119 117


Erskine College September 1 - Brevard, N.C.

2011 Opponent Information King College September 3 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:....................................................... Due West, S.C.

Location:......................................................... Bristol, Tenn.

Founded:...................................................................... 1839

Founded:...................................................................... 1867

Enrollment:.................................................................... 600

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,950

Nickname:.......................................................... Flying Fleet

Nickname:............................................................... Tornado

School Colors:............................................. Maroon & Gold

School Colors:............................................... Navy & Scarlet

Home Facility:................................................. Huggins Field

Home Facility:..................................................... Parks Field

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Gary Winchester Head Coach

Casey Craft So. * Def. * 5-4

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Simon Duffy

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

President:................................................ Dr. David Norman

President:....................................................Dr. Greg Jordan

Director of Athletics:........................................Mark Peeler

Director of Athletics:......................................... David Hicks

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 379-2197

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 652-4849

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:.............................................. Gary Winchester

Head Coach:......................................................Simon Duffy

Alma Mater:....................................................Lander, 2005

Alma Mater:................................................ Lambuth, 2003

Assistants:............................................................................

Assistants:............................................................................

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Office Phone:...............................................(864) 379-6641 2010 Overall Record:.................................................... 5-13 2010 League Record/Place:..................................... 3-7/7th

Hannah Shankle Sr. * FW

2010 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A

SID:.................................................................... Bart Walker

SID:................................................................................. N/A

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 379-8859

Office Phone:................................................................. N/A

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:................................. bwalker@erskine.edu

E-Mail Address:.............................................................. N/A

Web Site:........................... www.erskinecollegesports.com

Web Site:.........................................www.kingtornado.com

USC Aiken September 7 - Aiken, S.C.

Bluefield College September 10 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:..............................................................Aiken, S.C.

Location:......................................................... Bluefield, Va.

Founded:...................................................................... 1961

Founded:...................................................................... 1922

Enrollment:................................................................. 3,300

Enrollment:.................................................................... 850

Nickname:.................................................................. Pacers

Nickname:....................................................................Rams

School Colors:.............................................Cardinal & Navy

School Colors:........................................... Royal Blue & Red

Home Facility:........................................................ Pacer Pit

Home Facility:............................ East River Soccer Complex

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Sue Vodicka

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Samantha Snow

Affiliation:.................................................................... NAIA

Head Coach

Conference:........................................................ Peach Belt

Head Coach

Conference:........................................ Appalachian Athletic

Alex Cohen So. * F/M * 5-4

President:............................................ Dr. Thomas Hallman

President:..................................................... Dr. David Olive

Director of Athletics:.................................... Randy Warrick

Director of Athletics:......................................... Peter Dryer

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(803) 641-3486

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(276) 326-4239

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:...................................................... Sue Vodicka

Head Coach:............................................... Samantha Snow

Alma Mater:.......................................George Mason, 1986

Alma Mater:..................................... Columbus State, 2008

Assistants:........................................................... Hank Deer

Assistants:............................................................................

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Office Phone:...............................................(803) 641-3651 2010 Overall Record:.................................................5-11-2 2010 League Record/Place:................................ 0-8-2/11th SID:..................................................................... Brian Hand

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Office Phone:...............................................(423) 652-4704 2010 Overall Record:.................................................... 8-13

Jackie Gonzalez Jr. * GK * 5-4

Office Phone:...............................................(276) 326-4351 2010 Overall Record:.................................................3-13-3 2010 League Record/Place:.................................0-5-1/t6th SID:...................................................................Chase Neidig

Office Phone:...............................................(803) 641-3252

Office Phone:...............................................(276) 326-4253

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:........................................ bhand@usca.edu

E-Mail Address:................................ cneidig@bluefield.edu

Web Site:......................................... www.pacersports.com

Web Site:................................www.bluefield.edu/athletics


2011 Opponent Information

Montreat College September 13 - Montreat, N.C.

Carson-Newman College

September 17 - Jefferson City, Tenn.

General Information

General Information

Location:.......................................................Montreat, N.C.

Location:...............................................Jefferson City, Tenn.

Founded:...................................................................... 1916

Founded:...................................................................... 1851

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,000

Enrollment:................................................................. 2,200

Nickname:.............................................................. Cavaliers

Nickname:.................................................................. Eagles

School Colors:........................................ Navy & Vegas Gold

School Colors:............................................... Orange & Blue

Home Facility:................................................................ N/A

Home Facility:...................................... C-N Soccer Complex

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Courtney Nash

Affiliation:....................................................NAIA Division II

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Carol Bonnes

Conference:........................................ Appalachian Athletic

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Alex Mash Sr. * MF * 5-5

President:.................................................... Dr. Dan Struble

President:........................................... Dr. J. Randall O’Brien

Director of Athletics:...............................Amanda Hollifield

Director of Athletics:.......................................David Barger

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 669-8011

Athletic Dept. Phone:.................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:..................................................Courtney Nash

Head Coach:.................................................... Carol Bonnes

Alma Mater:........................................................................

Alma Mater:................................................. Concord, 2004

Assistants:.................................................. Rebekah Worley

Assistants:..................................................... Wayne Harvey

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........................................................................Morgan Scott

Office Phone:....................................................................... 2010 Overall Record:.................................................1-15-2 2010 League Record/Place:.................................0-5-1/t6th

Trenna Howell Sr. * FW * 5-4

Office Phone:...............................................(865) 471-3395 2010 Overall Record:.................................................... 11-7 2010 League Record/Place:................................... 8-1/t2nd

SID:...................................................................... Cliff Green

SID:......................................................................Zeke Beam

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 669-8012

Office Phone:...............................................(865) 471-3513

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:................................cgreen@montreat.edu

E-Mail Address:........................................... zbeam@cn.edu

Web Site:............................... www.montreatcavaliers.com

Web Site:.............................................. www.cneagles.com

Lenoir-Rhyne University September 21 - Brevard, N.C.

Lincoln Memorial University September 24 - Harrogate, Tenn.

General Information

General Information

Location:.......................................................... Hickory, N.C.

Location:....................................................Harrogate, Tenn.

Founded:...................................................................... 1891

Founded:...................................................................... 1897

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,600

Enrollment:................................................................. 3,250

Nickname:................................................................... Bears

Nickname:..........................................................Railsplitters

School Colors:................................................... Red & Black

School Colors:................................................... Blue & Gray

Home Facility:.....................................................Bears Field

Home Facility:.......................................... Mars Gymnasium

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Adrian Blewitt

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Helio D’Anna

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Catherine Hauck Sr. * MF * 5-6

President:................................................ Dr. Wayne Powell

President:........................................... Dr. B. James Dawson

Director of Athletics:.................................. Neill McGeachy

Director of Athletics:..................................... Roger Vannoy

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 328-7116

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 869-6285

Ticket Office Phone:....................................(828) 328-7116

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:...................................................Adrian Blewitt

Head Coach:.....................................................Helio D’Anna

Alma Mater:............................................ Lock Haven, 1994

Alma Mater:................................................UniCamp-Brazil

Assistants:....................................................... Sam Huecker

Assistants:..............................................Adriano de Moraes

...............................................................Francisco Banuelos

............................................... Courtney Hollis, Paul Keeling

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 328-7137 2010 Overall Record:.................................................19-2-2 2010 League Record/Place:.................................... 8-1/t1st SID:.......................................................................John Karrs

Sarah Taylor Jr. * MF * 5-7

Office Phone:...............................................(423) 869-6245 2010 Overall Record:.................................................... 10-7 2010 League Record/Place:..................................... 3-6/8th SID:.................................................................... Rusty Peace

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 328-7174

Office Phone:...............................................(423) 869-6236

Office Fax:....................................................(828) 267-3445

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:.............................................karrsjd@lr.edu

E-Mail Address:............................rusty.peace@lmunet.edu

Web Site:................................................. www.lrbears.com

Web Site:.................................... www.lmurailsplitters.com

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Tusculum College September 28 - Greeneville, Tenn.

2011 Opponent Information Mars Hill College October 1 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:.....................................................Tusculum, Tenn.

Location:........................................................Mars Hill, N.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1794

Founded:...................................................................... 1856

Enrollment:................................................................. 2,500

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,100

Nickname:.............................................................. Pioneers

Nickname:.................................................................... Lions

School Colors:..............................................Black & Orange

School Colors:..........................................Royal Blue & Gold

Home Facility:................................................. Pioneer Field

Home Facility:............................................ Meares Stadium

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Mike Joy

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Ken Miller

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Tramicka James Jr. * F * 5-4

President:.................................................Dr. Nancy Moody

President:..................................................Dr. Dan Lunsford

Director of Athletics:...................................Frankie DeBusk

Director of Athletics:...................................... David Riggins

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 636-7300

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 689-1215

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:........................................................... Mike Joy

Head Coach:......................................................... Ken Miller

Alma Mater:................................................ Kentucky, 1978

Alma Mater:....................................Carson-Newman, 1999

Assistants:................................................ Keyton Wheelock

Assistants:............................................................................

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Office Phone:...............................................(423) 636-7321 2010 Overall Record:................................................... 9-9-1 2010 League Record/Place:.................................. 3-5-1/7th

Chelsea Parker So. * GK * 5-4

SID:................................................................ Dom Donnelly

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 689-1171 2010 Overall Record:................................................... 9-7-2 2010 League Record/Place:.................................3-4-2/t5th SID:.......................................................................Rick Baker

Office Phone:...............................................(423) 636-7326

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 689-1363

Office Fax:....................................................(423) 636-7370

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:...........................ddonnelly@tusculum.edu

E-Mail Address:........................................ rbaker@mhc.edu

Web Site:............................... www.tusculumpioneers.com

Web Site:..............................................www.mhclions.com

Belmont Abbey College October 4 - Belmont, N.C.

Wingate University October 8 - Wingate, N.C.

General Information

Location:........................................................ Wingate, N.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1876

Founded:...................................................................... 1896

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,200

Enrollment:................................................................. 2,150

Nickname:............................................................ Crusaders

Nickname:...............................................................Bulldogs

School Colors:.................................................. Red & White

School Colors:....................................Navy Blue & Old Gold

Home Facility:................................................................ N/A

Home Gymnasium:..............................WU Soccer Complex

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Mike Lynch

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Gary Curneen

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Connie Axiotis Jr. * MF/F * 5-3

President:........................................ Dr. William Thierfelder

President:...................................................Dr. Jerry McGee

Director of Athletics:................................... Quin Monahan

Director of Athletics:.......................................Steve Poston

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 461-6809

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 233-8194

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:....................................................... Mike Lynch

Head Coach:................................................... Gary Curneen

Alma Mater:................................................ Air Force, 1984

Alma Mater:................................................. Wingate, 2003

Assistants:............................................................Scott Ginn

Assistants:.........................................................Sarah Rahko

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........................................................................... Lisa Service

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 461-6541 2010 Overall Record:.................................................17-2-3 2010 League Record/Place:...................................9-0-1/1st SID:..................................................................... Chris Poore

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General Information

Location:........................................................ Belmont, N.C.

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 233-8166

Izabella Miranda So. * MF * 5-6

2010 Overall Record:.................................................... 31-2

2010 League Record/Place:....................................18-0/1st SID:............................................................. David Sherwood

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 461-5049

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 233-8186

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:...................................chrispoore@bac.edu

E-Mail Address:.............................dsherwod@wingate.edu

Web Site:.....................................www.abbeyathletics.com

Web Site:.................................. www.wingatebulldogs.com


2011 Opponent Information

Anderson University October 12 - Brevard, N.C.

Young Harris College October 19 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:....................................................... Anderson, S.C.

Location:...................................................Young Harris, Ga.

Founded:...................................................................... 1911

Founded:...................................................................... 1876

Enrollment:................................................................. 2,300

Enrollment:.................................................................... 700

Nickname:.................................................................Trojans

Nickname:................................................... Mountain Lions

School Colors:..................................................Gold & Black

School Colors:................................... Purple, Black & White

Home Facility:................................................................ N/A

Home Gymnasium:........................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Samar Azem

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Kathy Brown

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Head Coach

Carrie Settle Jr. * M/F * 5-8

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:.....................................................Independent

President:...........................................Dr. Evans P. Whitaker

President:............................................................ Cathy Cox

Director of Athletics:...................................Nancy Simpson

Director of Athletics:........................................ Eric Gelhart

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 231-2029

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(706) 379-5296

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:....................................(706) 379-5296

Head Coach:..................................................... Samar Azem

Head Coach:..................................................... Kathy Brown

Alma Mater:............................................... Campbell, 2007

Alma Mater:................................................................Berry

Assistants (Alma Mater):.....................................................

Assistants (Alma Mater):................................Levi Nunnally

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Office Phone:...............................................(864) 231-2012 2010 Overall Record:.................................................6-11-1 2010 League Record/Place:..................................... 2-7/9th

Emily Villas Jr. * MF * 5-6

SID:................................................................... Randy Jones

Office Phone:...............................................(706) 379-5189 2010 Overall Record:.................................................10-5-2 2010 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A SID:................................................................. Brian Howard

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 231-2097

Office Phone:...............................................(706) 379-5106

Office Fax:....................................................(864) 231-5601

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:................. rjones@andersonuniversity.edu

E-Mail Address:.............................................................. N/A

Web Site:............................................. www.autrojans.com

Web Site:......................................... www.yhcathletics.com

Newberry College October 22 - Newberry, S.C.

Converse College October 26 - Spartanburg, S.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:....................................................... Newberry, S.C.

Location:...................................................Spartanburg, S.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1856

Founded:...................................................................... 1890

Enrollment:.................................................................... 850

Enrollment:.................................................................... N/A

Nickname:.................................................................Wolves

Nickname:.............................................................. Valkyries

School Colors:............................................... Scarlet & Gray

School Colors:................................................Purple & Gold

Home Facility:................................................ Eleazer Arena

Home Facility:......................................................................

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Karrie Miller

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

John Constable

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic

Head Coach

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

Ashley Reetz Jr. * FW * 5-6

President:.............................................Dr. V. Scott Koerwer

President:...........................................Dr. Elizabeth Fleming

Director of Athletics:..................................... Brad Edwards

Director of Athletics:........................................... Joy Couch

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(803) 321-5166

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 577-2050

Ticket Office Phone:....................................(803) 321-5101

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:..................................................... Karrie Miller

Head Coach:................................................. John Constable

Alma Mater:...................................................Erskine, 1990

Alma Mater:......................................................... Seton Hill

Assistants:........................................................Jamie Ramm

Assistants:............................................................................

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Office Phone:...............................................(803) 321-5656 2010 Overall Record:.................................................5-13-1 2010 League Record/Place:..................................... 4-5/4th SID:.....................................................................Josh Manck

Jana Gentry Jr. * FW * 5-4

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 577-2050 2010 Overall Record:.................................................2-15-1 2010 League Record/Place:.................................1-8-1/t9th SID:............................................................Andrew Burnette

Office Phone:...............................................(803) 321-5667

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 577-2055

Office Fax:....................................................(803) 321-5169

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:........................Josh.Manck@newberry.edu

E-Mail Address:................ andrew.burnette@converse.edu

Web Site:..................................www.newberrywolves.com

Web Site:................................www.converse.edu/athletics

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2011 Opponent Information Catawba College October 29 - Brevard, N.C. General Information Location:........................................................Salisbury, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1851 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,250 Nickname:.................................................................Indians School Colors:........................................ Navy Blue & White Home Facililty:.................................Frock Athletic Complex Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Michael Swan

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:................................................... Dr. Craig Turner Director of Athletics:.................................Dennis Davidson Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 637-4474 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:................................................... Michael Swan Alma Mater:................................................ Bluefield, 2000 Assistants:.......................................................... Paul Friend ..................................................Nick Brown, Zoltan Ferencz

Juliana Conte So. * M/F * 5-5

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 637-4324 2010 Overall Record:................................................... 7-8-3 2010 League Record/Place:.................................. 3-4-2/6th SID:........................................................................ Jim Lewis Office Phone:...............................................(704) 637-4720 Office Fax:....................................................(704) 637-5705 E-Mail Address:................................ jdlewis@catawba.com Web Site:............................... www.gocatawbaindians.com

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The BC women’s soccer team continued their development under Coach Shigeyoshi Shinohara as they toppled a conference opponent for the first time in the short Tornados NCAA Division II history and Brevard also saw their first player named to the postseason All-Conference team in Allie Hovis as the Tornados finished the season with a 3-13-1 (1-8 SAC) record. Bailey Varley led the Tornados with four goals on the season and added two assists on the season in leading Brevard with 29 shots on the year. Freshman forward Elena Crowe added three goals and an assist and Nikki Peacock placed two goals Elena Crowe battles for the ball as the in the net to help the Tornados scoring efforts. Tornados compete at the BC Soccer Field Hovis, a sophomore forward, was selected to the 2010 All-SAC postseason team by the SAC Women’s Soccer Coaches after scoring two goals and an assist and showed flashes of brilliance on the field to help BC’s offense. Carolyn Anderson also tied for the BC lead with two assists on the year. Crissy Moran, Brittany Webster and Jordan Box saw the majority of the time in the goal for Coach Shinohara and Coach Caity Brown as the trio combined to allow only 2.73 goals per game and had two shutouts in the season. Webster recorded a team-high 60 saves on the season, while Moran had 54 including two of the BC victories of the season between the pipes. The Tornados opened up the 2010 season with a pair of scrimmages and an exhibition as they took on Montreat College at home, while competing against Milligan College and Warren Wilson College on the road. Brevard remained on the road as they opened the 2010 regular season as they traveled to Due West, S.C. to take on Erskine College. Despite falling behind in the first 25 seconds as the Flying Fleet scored early, the Tornados found the back of the net four times in the first half as Crowe and Hovis both scored, while Varley placed the ball past the keeper twice to give BC the 4-1 halftime lead. Varley completed the hat trick in the second half to give BC the commanding 5-1 lead and though Erskine placed two more goals past the BC keeper, the Tornados walked off the field with the 5-3 victory.

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Janet Basinger picks her spot as she prepares to advance the ball up the sideline

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at the BC Soccer Field on September 8th. The Valkyries held the 1-0 halftime lead, but BC came back late in the second half as Laura Smith scored her first collegiate goal in the 81st minute to tie the match up off the assist from Varley. Jamie Bundy took a penalty kick in the closing minutes of the game and drove it past the Valkyries’ keeper to give Brevard the 2-1 win.

After falling in back-to-back games, Brevard continued their run of great play in the early going of the season by taking on Southern Wesleyan at home. The Tornados fought the Warriors to a draw as neither team scored in regulation, with Webster stopping all six of SWU’s shots on goal in recording the shutout.

Caitlin Hubbard attacks the ball against the Koalas in one of BC’s home games

The Tornados fell in the SAC opener to Lincoln Memorial University, before taking on Tusculum College. Brevard had fallen to the Pioneers in both of their previous encounters before taking on TC at home at the end of September. Brevard was outshot by Tusculum 28-6 in the contest, but Webster was able to keep the Pioneers off the board as Lindsay Pritchard scored the first goal of the game for BC at the 31:43 mark, taking a free kick from just inside the midfield stripe. Pritchard’s offering sailed over the keeper and into the net, giving the Tornados the 1-0 lead. Peacock kept the scoring going in the second half, using a header off the assist from Anderson and Chelsea Freeman in the 79th minute to give BC the commanding 2-0 lead. Webster saw the game to conclusion between the pipes, stopping all 10 of Tusculum’s shots on goal to record the shutout and give the Tornados their first South Atlantic Conference win since Brevard joined the NCAA Division II. The Tornados battled several teams from the conference close the rest of the regular season, but were unable to record the win they needed to advance back to the postseason as they saw their season end against Catawba on October 30th. Brevard loses seniors Katie Donohue and Nikki Peacock, but will field an experienced squad as 22 players return from this past season, including the largest senior class in modern BC women’s soccer history, as well as a talented sophomore class as Coach Shinohara will look to guide the team into the playoffs in the near future.

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2010 BC Women’s Soccer Team

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

Name Jordan Box Brittany Webster Alyssa Caracena Caitlin Hubbard Latoshia Hopewell Hannah Graham Teresa Musick Allie Hovis Abigail Rusch Jamie Bundy Crissy Moran Bree McMahon Francie Blair Chantel Azevedo Katie Donohue Bailey Varley Lindsay Pritchard Nikki Peacock Chelsea Watson Elena Crowe Rachael Laughlin Carolyn Anderson Laura Smith Janet Basinger Danielle Burch Chelsea Freeman

Pos. GK GK F/M M/D F M F/D F/M D M GK M F/M D F D M F F D M M D M M

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

Hometown Hoover, Ala. Stafford, Va. Raleigh, N.C. Clayton, N.C. Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Mooresville, N.C. Hagerstown, Md. Charlotte, N.C. Franklin, N.C. Platte City, Mo. Franklin County, Va. Orlando, Fla. Umatilla, Fla. Maple, Ontario, CANADA Fredericksburg, Va. Concord, N.C. Lexington, N.C. Uxbridge, Ontario, CANADA Sevierville, Tenn. Candler, N.C. Chesapeake, Va. Decatur, Ga. Leavenworth, Kan. Charleston, S.C. Boiling Springs, N.C. Charlotte, N.C.

Head Coach: Shigeyoshi Shinohara (Yamaguchi University, 1996) Assistant Coach: Caity Brown (Campbell University, 2009)

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Previous School Hoover HS Brooke Point HS Wakefield HS Clayton HS Pigeon Forge HS Lake Norman HS South Hagerstown HS Ardrey Kell HS Franklin HS Platte County HS Franklin County HS Freedom HS Umatilla HS St. Elizabeth Catholic HS James Monroe HS Jay M. Robinson HS North Davidson HS Uxbridge Secondary School Gatlinburg-Pittman HS Enka HS Hickory HS Drued Hills HS Leavenworth HS James Island Charter HS Crest HS Grace Academy


2010 Women’s Soccer Review 2010 Brevard Women’s Soccer Results

2010 Season Review

Date Aug. 19, 2010

Opponent Montreat (Scrimmage)

Location Brevard, N.C.

Aug. 23, 2010

@ Milligan (Scrimmage)

Johnson City, Tenn.

Aug. 28, 2010

@ Warren Wilson (Exhibition)

Swannanoa, N.C.

Sept. 2, 2010

@ Erskine

Due West, S.C.

5-3 W

Sept. 5, 2010

Belmont Abbey

Brevard, N.C.

0-1 L

Sept. 8, 2010

Converse

Brevard, N.C.

2-1 W

Sept. 11, 2010

@ Clayton State

Morrow, Ga.

2-6 L

Sept. 15, 2010

USC Aiken

Brevard, N.C.

1-2 L

Sept. 18, 2010

Southern Wesleyan

Brevard, N.C.

(2OT) 0-0 T

Sept. 21, 2010

@ Young Harris

Young Harris, Ga.

0-3 L

Sept. 25, 2010

Lincoln Memorial*

Brevard, N.C.

0-4 L

Sept. 28, 2010

Tusculum*

Brevard, N.C.

2-0 W

Oct. 1, 2010

@ Mars Hill*

Mars Hill, N.C.

2-6 L

Oct. 6, 2010

@ Lenoir-Rhyne*

Hickory, N.C.

0-2 L

Oct. 9, 2010

Wingate*

Brevard, N.C.

0-5 L

Oct. 12, 2010

@ Anderson*

Anderson, S.C.

1-2 L

Oct. 15, 2010

@ Lees-McRae

Banner Elk, N.C.

0-3 L

Oct. 20, 2010

Carson-Newman*

Brevard, N.C.

1-6 L

Oct. 23, 2010

Newberry*

Brevard, N.C.

0-1 L

Oct. 27, 2010

@ North Georgia

Dahlonega, Ga.

Rained Out

Oct. 30, 2010

@ Catawba*

Salisbury, N.C. Stats

0-2 L

Result

Record: 3-13-1 (1-8 SAC) Home events are in bold Scrimmages and Exhibitions in italics * - indicates South Atlantic Conference event

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2010 Women’s Soccer Review 2010 Season Review 2010 Brevard College Season Statistics (--------------SHOTS-------------) ## Name GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 16 Bailey Varley 17-14 4 2 10 29 .138 11 .379 4 0-0 10 Jamie Bundy 17-10 1 0 2 21 .048 11 .524 1 1-1 8 Allie Hovis 14-11 2 1 5 21 .095 11 .524 2 0-0 20 Elena Crowe 17-13 3 1 7 14 .214 9 .643 3 0-0 18 Nikki Peacock 14-13 2 0 4 11 .182 8 .727 2 0-0 17 Lindsay Pritchard 15-13 1 0 2 8 .125 5 .625 1 0-0 3 Caitlin Hubbard 17-7 1 1 3 6 .167 3 .500 1 0-0 6 Hannah Graham 11-9 0 0 0 5 .000 3 .600 0 0-0 9 Abigail Rusch 13-9 0 0 0 4 .000 2 .500 0 0-0 2 Alyssa Caracena 16-6 0 0 0 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0-0 27 Chelsea Freeman 16-10 0 1 1 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 22 Carolyn Anderson 15-1 0 2 2 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 23 Laura Smith 14-3 1 1 3 2 .500 1 .500 1 0-0 19 Chelsea Watson 15-4 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 7 Teresa Musick 13-3 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 15 Katie Donohue 14-5 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 00 Jordan Box 3-1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 5 Latoshia Hopewell 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 Brittany Webster 12-9 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 25 Danielle Burch 9-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 24 Janet Basinger 17-16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 13 Francie Blair 10-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 11 Crissy Moran 11-6 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 21 Rachael Laughlin 16-13 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Total 17 16 10 42 133 .120 74 .556 16 1-1 Opponents 17 47 34 128 336 .140 166 .494 47 1-1 (----GOALS----) (----SAVES----) (---RECORD---) ## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 00 Jordan Box 3-1 52:19 1 1.72 3 .750 0 1 0 0 1 Brittany Webster 12-9 785:38 23 2.63 60 .723 1 6 1 1 11 Crissy Moran 11-4 712:03 23 2.91 54 .701 2 5 0 0 TM TEAM 0-0 0:00 0 0.00 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 Total 17 1550:00 47 2.73 119 .717 3 12 1 1 Opponents 17 1550:00 16 0.93 67 .807 12 2 1 5

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2010 Season Review TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

BCM 16-133 0.93 .120 74-133 .556 7.8 10 49 1-1

OPP 47-336 2.73 .140 166-336 .494 19.8 34 109 1-1

9 0

5 0

880 9/98 0/0

819 8/102

GOALS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Brevard 8 8 0 0 16 Opponents 22 25 0 0 47

SHOTS BY PERIOD Brevard Opponents

1st 69 166

2nd 63 168

OT 0 2

OT2 1 0

Total 133 336

SAVES BY PERIOD Brevard Opponents

1st 66 32

2nd 55 34

OT 2 0

OT2 0 1

Total 123 67

CORNERS BY PERIOD Brevard Opponents

1st 25 63

2nd 24 42

OT 0 4

OT2 0 0

Total 49 109

FOULS BY PERIOD Brevard Opponents

1st 72 69

2nd 79 72

OT 1 0

OT2 3 3

Total 155 144

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Individual Single Game Records Goals

Penalty Kicks

saves

1.

3....................... Bailey Varley, Sept. 1, 2009, Lees-McRae College

1.

1................................ Ashley Fincher, Oct. 6, 2007, Coker College

1.

17............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 6, 2009, Montevallo University

3................................ Bailey Varley, Sept. 2, 2010, Erskine College

1............................ Jamie Bundy, Sept. 8, 2010, Converse College

2.

15.... Sydney Douglas, Sept. 29, 2008, Lincoln Memorial University

3.

2.................. Latoshia Hopewell, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

15............................... Sydney Douglas, Oct. 3, 2009, King College

2..................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 4, 2008, Warren Wilson College

Penalty Kick Attempts

4.

14................. Crissy Moran, Oct. 6, 2010, Lenoir-Rhyne University

2......................... Carrilea Potter, Oct. 24, 2008, Converse College

1.

1................................ Ashley Fincher, Oct. 6, 2007, Coker College

5.

13.... Sydney Douglas, Sept. 11, 2007, North Greenville University

2.......................... Allie Hovis, Aug. 29, 2009, Anderson University

1........................... Ashley Fincher, Nov. 1, 2008, Catawba College

6.

12........ Sydney Douglas, Sept. 15, 2007, Carson-Newman College

2................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

1............................ Jamie Bundy, Sept. 8, 2010, Converse College

12.................... Sydney Douglas, Oct. 7, 2009, Wingate University

8.

1.................................................................. Fifty-three with 1 goal

Goals allowed

12.......... Sydney Douglas, Nov. 4, 2009, Carson-Newman College

9.

11.................................................... Four with 11 saves in a game

Assists

1.

0.............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 4, 2007, Warren Wilson College

1.

3..................... Alyssa Caracena, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

0............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 11, 2007, North Greenville Univ.

Shutouts

2.

2........................ Carrilea Potter, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

0.................. Sydney Douglas, Oct. 16, 2007, Anderson University

1.

1.............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 4, 2007, Warren Wilson College

2............................ Bailey Varley, Oct. 24, 2008, Converse College

0............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 17, 2008, North Greenville Univ.

1.............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 11, 2007, North Greenville Univ.

2................................. Allie Hovis, Oct. 2, 2009, Converse College

0......... Sydney Douglas, Sept. 22, 2008, Southern Wesleyan Univ.

1.................. Sydney Douglas, Oct. 16, 2007, Anderson University

2............ Chantel Azevedo, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

0................ Sydney Douglas, Oct. 4, 2008, Warren Wilson College

1............. Sydney Douglas, Sept. 17, 2008, North Greenville Univ.

6.

1............................................................ Thirty-seven with 1 assist

0....................... Sydney Douglas, Oct. 24, 2008, Converse College

1......... Sydney Douglas, Sept. 22, 2008, Southern Wesleyan Univ.

0...................... Sydney Douglas, Aug. 27, 2009, Montreat College

1................ Sydney Douglas, Oct. 4, 2008, Warren Wilson College

Points

0..................... Jordan Box, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

1....................... Sydney Douglas, Oct. 24, 2008, Converse College

1.

6........................ Bailey Varley, Sept. 1, 2009, Lees-McRae College

0....... Brittany Webster, Sept. 18, 2010, Southern Wesleyan Univ.

1...................... Sydney Douglas, Aug. 27, 2009, Montreat College

6................................ Bailey Varley, Sept. 2, 2010, Erskine College

0................... Brittany Webster, Sept. 28, 2010, Tusculum College

1..................... Jordan Box, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

3.

5..................... Alyssa Caracena, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

1....... Brittany Webster, Sept. 18, 2010, Southern Wesleyan Univ.

5.................. Latoshia Hopewell, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

1................... Brittany Webster, Sept. 28, 2010, Tusculum College

5......................... Carrilea Potter, Oct. 24, 2008, Converse College

6.

4........................... Allie Hovis, Aug. 29, 2009 Anderson University

4................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

4............ Chantel Azevedo, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

9.

3........................................ Four with 3 points recorded in a game

Shots 1.

9.......................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 18, 2008, Emmanuel College

2.

8......................... Emily Belchyk, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

8.................... Alyssa Caracena, Oct. 18, 2008, Emmanuel College

8................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

5.

7.............................. Allie Hovis, Aug. 27, 2009, Montreat College

7............................ Bailey Varley, Oct. 16, 2009, Mars Hill College

7.

6................................................. Jennifer King, Nov. 2, 2007, HBU

6................................ Allie Hovis, Oct. 16, 2009, Mars Hill College

6................................ Bailey Varley, Sept. 2, 2010, Erskine College

10. 5................................................................. Eight tied with 5 shots

Shots on Goal 1.

7......................... Emily Belchyk, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia College

2.

6......................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 18, 2008, Emmanuel College

6............................ Bailey Varley, Oct. 16, 2009, Mars Hill College

4.

5................ Latoshia Hopewell, Oct. 18, 2008, Emmanuel College

5............................ Bailey Varley, Oct. 24, 2008, Converse College

6.

4...................... Alyssa Caracena, Aug. 29, 2008, Columbia Colege

4.............................. Allie Hovis, Aug. 27, 2009, Montreat College

4................... Bailey Varley, Oct. 10, 2009, Warren Wilson College

9.

3................................................... Seventeen with 3 shots on goal

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Individual Single Season Records Goals

Shots on goal percentage

saves

1.

1.

210.................................................................. Ashley Curtis, 2005

2.

163.................................................................. Ashley Curtis, 2004

3.

141.............................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2007

.913................................................................ Jessica Risher, 2004

4.

125.............................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2009

.913.......................................................... Kristy Czarkowski, 2005

5.

89................................................................ Sydney Douglas, 2008

5.

.895............................................................... Guinn Hinman, 2004

6.

60.............................................................. Brittany Webster, 2010

7.

54.................................................................... Crissy Moran, 2010

8.

26....................................................................... Jordan Box, 2008

9.

3......................................................................... Jordan Box, 2010

1.

7....................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2009

7.......................................................................... Allie Hovis, 2009

3.

6....................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2008

2.

.941........................................................ Johanna Tornquist, 2004

4.

5.................................................................... Guinn Hinman, 2004

3.

5................................................................ Kristy Czarkowski, 2005

5.................................................................... Carrilea Potter, 2008

7.

4...................................................................... Kristen Tekell, 2004 4............................................................. Latoshia Hopewell, 2008 4....................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2010

10. 3............................................................................ Six with 3 goals

Assists 1.

4.................................................................... Carrilea Potter, 2008

2.

3......................................................................... Kelly Harris, 2007

3...................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2008

3................................................................. Alyssa Caracena, 2008

1.000.............................................................. Jessica Risher, 2005

6.

.892................................................................. Kristen Tekell, 2004

7.

.833............................................................ Alyssa Caracena, 2009

8.

.727................................................................ Nikki Peacock, 2010

9.

.667............................................................... Carrilea Potter, 2007

.667................................................................ Nikki Peacock, 2008

Saves percentage 1.

.798................................................................. Ashley Curtis, 2005

2.

.762................................................................. Ashley Curtis, 2004

3.

.750.................................................................... Jordan Box, 2009

3....................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2009

Game winning goals

.750.................................................................... Jordan Box, 2010

3.......................................................................... Allie Hovis, 2009

1.

2.................................................................... Carrilea Potter, 2007

5.

.740............................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2009

3................................................................ Chantel Azevedo, 2009

6.

.736............................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2008

8.

2.......................................................................... Six with 2 assists

2................................................................. Alyssa Caracena, 2008

7.

.723........................................................... Brittany Webster, 2010

2....................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2009

8.

.701................................................................. Crissy Moran, 2010

9.

.667................................................................ Jennifer Elzey, 2008

Points 1.

17..................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2009

17........................................................................ Allie Hovis, 2009

3.

15..................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2008

4.

14.................................................................. Carrilea Potter, 2008

5.

12............................................................. Kristy Czarkowski, 2005

6.

11.................................................................. Guinn Hinman, 2004

7.

10.................................................................... Kristen Tekell, 2004

9.

10.................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2010

2.......................................................................... Allie Hovis, 2009

10. .653............................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2007 5.

1..................................................... Ten with 1 game winning goal

Wins Penalty Kicks 1.

1.................................................................... Ashley Fincher, 2007

1....................................................................... Jamie Bundy, 2010

9............................................................. Latoshia Hopewell, 2008

10. 7...................................................................... Three with 7 points

Penalty Kick Attempts

Shots

1.

1.................................................................... Ashley Fincher, 2007

1.

43..................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2009

1.................................................................... Ashley Fincher, 2008

2.

41........................................................................ Allie Hovis, 2009

3.

40.................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2008

1....................................................................... Jamie Bundy, 2010

4.

37.................................................................... Kristen Tekell, 2004

5.

32............................................................... Alyssa Caracena, 2008

6.

29.................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2010

7.

24................................................................... Jessica Risher, 2005

8.

23..................................................................... Four with 23 shots

Shot Percentage (Min. 2 goals)

1.

6.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2008

2.

5...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2005

3.

4...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2004

4.

3.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2009

3......................................................................... Jordan Box, 2009

6.

2.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2007

2...................................................................... Crissy Moran, 2010

8.

1................................................................ Brittany Webster, 2010

Losses 1.

Goals allowed

1............................................................... Carcy Cavanaugh, 2007

1......................................................................... Jordan Box, 2010

3.

2............................................................................ Ann Riley, 2004

1.

10............................................................. Carcy Cavanaugh, 2007

2......................................................................... Jordan Box, 2008

2.

14....................................................................... Jordan Box, 2008

5.

5...................................................................... Crissy Moran, 2010

3.

23.............................................................. Brittany Webster, 2010

6.

6................................................................ Brittany Webster, 2010

7.

8...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2004

1.

.500............................................................... Ashley Fincher, 2005

23.................................................................... Crissy Moran, 2010

8.

9.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2008

2.

.400............................................................... Ashley Fincher, 2007

5.

32................................................................ Sydney Douglas, 2008

9.

11................................................................ Sydney Douglas, 2007

3.

.263............................................................... Guinn Hinman, 2004

11................................................................ Sydney Douglas, 2009

4.

.250........................................................... Cherie Haseltine, 2007

5.

.238............................................................... Carrilea Potter, 2008

6.

.231.......................................................... Courtney Sofferin, 2005

7.

.222........................................................... Cherie Haseltine, 2008

8.

.217.......................................................... Kristy Czarkowski, 2005

6.

44............................................................... Sydney Douglas, 2009

7.

51.................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2004

8.

53.................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2004

1.

2...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2005

9.

75............................................................... Sydney Douglas, 2007

2.

1...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2004

.214.................................................................. Elena Crowe, 2010

1.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2007

10. .182................................................................ Nikki Peacock, 2010

1.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2008

1.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2009

1................................................................ Brittany Webster, 2010

9.

Shots on Goal

Goals allowed average 1.

0.88.................................................................... Jordan Box, 2009

2.

1.72.................................................................... Jordan Box, 2010

1.

33.................................................................... Kristen Tekell, 2004

2.

25........................................................................ Allie Hovis, 2009

3.

24................................................................... Jessica Risher, 2005

3.

2.00................................................................ Jennifer Elzey, 2008

4.

23..................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2008

2.20............................................................ Sydney Douglas, 2008

5.

23.................................................................... Bailey Varley, 2009

6.

21................................................................... Jessica Risher, 2004

5. 6.

7.

21............................................................. Kristy Czarkowski, 2005

8.

18............................................................... Alyssa Caracena, 2008

9.

17.................................................................. Guinn Hinman, 2004

10. 16........................................................... Johanna Tornquist, 2004

Shutouts 1.

4.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2007

2.

3.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2008

2.63........................................................... Brittany Webster, 2010

3.

2...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2005

2.73................................................................. Ashley Curtis, 2005

2................................................................ Brittany Webster, 2010

5.

1...................................................................... Ashley Curtis, 2004

1.................................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2009

1......................................................................... Jordan Box, 2009

7.

2.74............................................................. Sydney Douglas, 2009

8.

2.91................................................................. Crissy Moran, 2010

9.

3.34.................................................................... Jordan Box, 2008

10. 3.40................................................................. Ashley Curtis, 2004

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Ties


Individual Career Records Goals

Game winning goals

saves

1.

17................................................. Bailey Varley (2008-present)

1.

3......................................................... Carrilea Potter (2005-2008)

2.

9.......................................................Allie Hovis (2009-present)

3................................................... Bailey Varley (2008-present)

9......................................................... Carrilea Potter (2005-2008)

3.............................................. Alyssa Caracena (2008-present)

3.

7......................................................... Ashley Fincher (2005-2008)

4.

2....................................................... Allie Hovis (2009-present)

5.

6......................................................... Guinn Hinman (2004-2005)

5.

1.......................................................... Jessica Risher (2004-2005)

6.

5.............................................................. Kristy Czarkowski (2005)

1...................................................... Cherie Haseltine (2007-2008)

5.................................................... Courtney Sofferin (2005-2008)

1......................................................... Ashley Fincher (2005-2008)

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

5................................................... Latoshia Hopewell (2008-2010)

1.......................................................... Nikki Peacock (2007-2010)

Saves percentage (min. 2 games)

9.

4.................................................................... Kristen Tekell (2004)

1......................................................... Katie Donohue (2007-2010)

4.............................................. Alyssa Caracena (2008-present)

1.................................................... Jamie Bundy (2010-present)

4.......................................................... Jessica Risher (2004-2005)

1............................................. Lindsay Pritchard (2010-present)

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

Assists

Penalty Kicks

1.

8................................................... Bailey Varley (2008-present)

1.

1........................................................ Ashley Fincher (2005-2008)

2.

5.............................................................. Kelly Harris (2007-2009)

1.................................................... Jamie Bundy (2010-present)

3.

4.............................................. Alyssa Caracena (2008-present)

4....................................................... Allie Hovis (2009-present)

Penalty Kick Attempts

4......................................................... Carrilea Potter (2005-2008)

1.

2......................................................... Ashley Fincher (2005-2008)

6.

3.............................................. Chantel Azevedo (2009-present)

2.

1.................................................... Jamie Bundy (2010-present)

3............................................. Chelsea Freeman (2008-present)

8.

2.................................................................... Kristen Tekell (2004)

Goals allowed (Min. 2 games)

2......................................................... Guinn Hinman (2004-2005)

1.

4.......................................................................... Ann Riley (2004)

2.......................................................... Jessica Risher (2004-2005)

2.

18..................................................... Jordan Box (2008-present)

2.............................................................. Kristy Czarkowski (2005)

3.

23........................................... Brittany Webster (2010-present)

2.................................................... Courtney Sofferin (2005-2008)

23.................................................. Crissy Moran (2010-present)

2.......................................................... Nikki Peacock (2007-2010)

5.

104....................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005)

2................................................................... Emily Belchyk (2008)

6.

151................................................... Sydney Douglas (2007-2009)

2............................................ Carolyn Anderson (2010-present)

373....................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005) 355................................................... Sydney Douglas (2007-2009) 60............................................ Brittany Webster (2010-present) 54.................................................. Crissy Moran (2010-present) 38..................................................... Jordan Box (2008-present) 8..................................................... Carcy Cavanaugh (2005-2007) 6.......................................................................... Ann Riley (2004) 2.......................................................... Jennifer Elzey (2007-2008)

.782...................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005) .723......................................... Brittany Webster (2010-present) .702.................................................. Sydney Douglas (2007-2009) .701............................................... Crissy Moran (2010-present) .679.................................................. Jordan Box (2008-present) .600..................................................................... Ann Riley (2004)

Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

11..................................................... Sydney Douglas (2007-2009) 9........................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005) 3...................................................... Jordan Box (2008-present) 2................................................... Crissy Moran (2010-present) 1............................................. Brittany Webster (2010-present)

Losses

Goals allowed average (min. 2 games)

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

1..................................................... Carcy Cavanaugh (2005-2007) 2.......................................................................... Ann Riley (2004) 3...................................................... Jordan Box (2008-present) 5.................................................... Crissy Moran (2010-present) 6............................................. Brittany Webster (2010-present) 20......................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005) 31..................................................... Sydney Douglas (2007-2009)

Ties 1. 3.

3........................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005) 3....................................................... Sydney Douglas (2007-2009) 1.............................................. Brittany Webster (2010-present)

Points

1.

2.00..................................................................... Ann Riley (2004)

1.

42................................................. Bailey Varley (2008-present)

2.

2.08................................................. Jordan Box (2008-present)

Shutouts

2.

22..................................................... Allie Hovis (2009-present)

3.

2.61......................................... Brittany Webster (2010-present)

22....................................................... Carrilea Potter (2005-2008)

4.

2.91............................................... Crissy Moran (2010-present)

4.

15....................................................... Ashley Fincher (2005-2008)

5.

2.96.................................................. Sydney Douglas (2007-2009)

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14....................................................... Guinn Hinman (2004-2005)

6.

3.25...................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005)

1. 2. 3. 4.

6.

12............................................................ Kristy Czarkowski (2005)

12.................................................. Courtney Sofferin (2005-2008)

12............................................ Alyssa Caracena (2008-present)

9.

11.................................................... Cherie Haseltine (2007-2008)

8....................................................... Sydney Douglas (2007-2009) 3........................................................... Ashley Curtis (2004-2005) 2............................................. Brittany Webster (2010-present) 1...................................................... Jordan Box (2008-present)

10. 10.................................................................. Kristen Tekell (2004)

10........................................................ Jessica Risher (2004-2005)

Shots 1.

112................................................ Bailey Varley (2008-present)

2.

62..................................................... Allie Hovis (2009-present)

7.

54......................................................... Nikki Peacock (2007-2010)

3.

48....................................................... Carrilea Potter (2005-2008)

4.

47........................................................ Jessica Risher (2004-2005)

47............................................ Alyssa Caracena (2008-present)

6.

44............................................................ Kelly Harris (2007-2009)

8.

37.................................................................. Kristen Tekell (2004)

9.

34....................................................... Guinn Hinman (2004-2005)

10. 33.................................................. Courtney Sofferin (2005-2008)

Shots on Goal 1.

57................................................. Bailey Varley (2008-present)

2.

45........................................................ Jessica Risher (2004-2005)

3.

42........................................................ Nikki Peacock (2007-2010)

4.

36..................................................... Allie Hovis (2009-present)

5.

33.................................................................. Kristen Tekell (2004)

6.

33....................................................... Carrilea Potter (2005-2008)

7.

32....................................................... Guinn Hinman (2004-2005)

8.

31............................................ Alyssa Caracena (2008-present)

9.

24................................................ Johanna Tornquist (2004-2005)

10. 21............................................................ Kristy Czarkowski (2005)

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Team Single Season Records Goals 1. 28....................................... Team, 2008 2. 21....................................... Team, 2009 3. 16....................................... Team, 2005 16....................................... Team, 2010 5. 14....................................... Team, 2007 6. 13....................................... Team, 2004

Shots on Goal 1. 132..................................... Team, 2008 2. 124..................................... Team, 2005 3. 109..................................... Team, 2009 4. 104..................................... Team, 2004 5. 74....................................... Team, 2010 6. 62....................................... Team, 2007

saves 1. 210..................................... Team, 2005 2. 169..................................... Team, 2004 3. 155..................................... Team, 2007 4. 134..................................... Team, 2009 5. 119..................................... Team, 2008 119 Team, 2010

Assists 1. 20....................................... Team, 2008 2. 13....................................... Team, 2009 3. 10....................................... Team, 2010 4. 6......................................... Team, 2004 5. 6......................................... Team, 2007 6. 5......................................... Team, 2005

Shots on goal percentage 1. .984.................................... Team, 2005 2. .904.................................... Team, 2004 3. .556.................................... Team, 2010 4. .548.................................... Team, 2009 5. .528.................................... Team, 2008 6. .488.................................... Team, 2007

Saves percentage 1. .798.................................... Team, 2005 2. .754.................................... Team, 2004 3. .740.................................... Team, 2009 4. .717.................................... Team, 2008 .717 Team, 2010 5. .646.................................... Team, 2007

Points 1. 76....................................... Team, 2008 2. 55....................................... Team, 2009 3. 42....................................... Team, 2010 4. 37....................................... Team, 2005 5. 34....................................... Team, 2007 6. 32....................................... Team, 2004

Game winning goals 1. 6......................................... Team, 2008 6......................................... Team, 2009 3. 3......................................... Team, 2007 4. 2......................................... Team, 2010 5. 1......................................... Team, 2005

Wins 1. 6......................................... Team, 2008 6......................................... Team, 2009 3. 5......................................... Team, 2005 4. 4......................................... Team, 2004 5. 3......................................... Team, 2010 6. 2......................................... Team, 2007

Penalty Kicks 1. 1......................................... Team, 2007 1......................................... Team, 2010

Shots 1. 250..................................... Team, 2008 2. 199..................................... Team, 2009 3. 133..................................... Team, 2010 4. 127..................................... Team, 2007 5. 126..................................... Team, 2005 6. 115..................................... Team, 2004

Penalty Kick Attempts 1. 1......................................... Team, 2007 1......................................... Team, 2008 1......................................... Team, 2010

Losses 1. 13....................................... Team, 2010 2. 12....................................... Team, 2005 12....................................... Team, 2007 4. 11....................................... Team, 2008 11....................................... Team, 2009 6. 10....................................... Team, 2004

Shot Percentage 1. .127.................................... Team, 2005 2. .120.................................... Team, 2010 3. .113.................................... Team, 2004 4. .112.................................... Team, 2008 5. .110.................................... Team, 2007 6. .106.................................... Team, 2009

Goals allowed 1. 47....................................... Team, 2008 47....................................... Team, 2009 47....................................... Team, 2010 3. 53....................................... Team, 2005 4. 55....................................... Team, 2004 5. 85....................................... Team, 2007

Ties 1. 2......................................... Team, 2005 2. 1......................................... Team, 2004 1......................................... Team, 2007 1......................................... Team, 2008 1......................................... Team, 2009 1......................................... Team, 2010

Goals allowed average 1. 2.42.................................... Team, 2009 2. 2.45.................................... Team, 2008 3. 2.73.................................... Team, 2010 4. 2.79.................................... Team, 2005 5. 3.67.................................... Team, 2004 6. 4.20.................................... Team, 2007

Shutouts 1. 3......................................... Team, 2007 3......................................... Team, 2008 3. 2......................................... Team, 2010 4. 1......................................... Team, 2009

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This is Brevard College Date Founded 1853. Oldest college or university in the mountains of North Carolina. Type of College Four-year private, coeducational, comprehensive liberal arts college; affiliated with the Western North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church. Calendar Two semesters—fall, spring. Campus & Location 120-acre campus within the city of Brevard, North Carolina; close to the Pisgah National Forest, DuPont State Forest, Blue Ridge Parkway, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the city of Asheville, the Asheville Regional Airport and the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport. Degree Programs Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Music; Bachelor of Science. Majors Art; Biology; Business and Organizational Leadership; Criminal Justice; English; Environmental Science; Environmental Studies; Exercise Science; General Science; Health Science Studies; History; Integrated Studies; Mathematics; Music; Music Education; Psychology; Religious Studies; Theatre Studies; Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education. Pre-Professional Pre-Law, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Veterinary and Teacher Licensure. Special Programs, Opportunities Honors Program; honor societies; Institute for Women in Leadership; double major; dual enrollment; internships; study abroad; independent study; teacher licensure program; experiential studies (Pisgah National Forest, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cradle of Forestry, regional museums, area orchestras); interdisciplinary studies; Academic Enrichment Center; Appalachian Center for Environmental Education. Faculty 55 full-time faculty; 75 percent hold the terminal academic degree in their field; 53 percent hold tenure; student-faculty ratio is 11:1. Student Profile (2009-2010) 658 students from 35 states and 13 foreign countries; 98 percent fulltime; 74 percent residential; 57 percent male, 43 percent female; 52 percent in-state students, 48 percent out-of-state and international students. Library 58,000 volumes; over 120,000 e-books; 4,490 audiovisual materials; 150 print subscriptions; access to over 22,000 electronic journals. Internetaccessible databases containing indexes, abstracts, and thousands of full-text and digital resources are available 24/7 from EBSCO, Gale, JSTOR, Lexis/Nexis, NC LIVE, ProQuest, and other online database providers. Wireless Internet access is readily available in the library. Resource sharing is available through academic libraries in Western North Carolina and nearby states. The library is a member of the American Library Association, Appalachian College Association, Carolina Consortium, North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, and Solinet/Lyrasis.

Financial Aid 94 percent of students receive merit-based and/or need-based scholarships, grants, and loans; $14.5 million in aid was coordinated for Brevard College students in 2009-2010 for 642 students. Residence Halls Four options: three traditional style residence halls and one apartmentstyle residential village primarily for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Information Technology All academic buildings and residence halls are connected to the campus high-speed fiber-optic network. All residence hall rooms are wired to provide students with access to the campus network and Internet resources. Wireless access is also available at several public campus locations. The campus network consists of a server farm, student labs, library lab, as well as faculty and staff PCs. Special computer labs are provided for Art and Music students in the Sims Art Center and Dunham Music Center. Athletics Brevard College boasts a distinguished and successful history in intercollegiate athletics, winning nine national team championships as a junior college (1937-2000). During this period, more than 200 Brevard College student athletes received All American honors. After completing the transition to a four-year institution in 2000, the College became an active member of the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Over the next eight years, Brevard athletic teams earned 10 conference titles and made 9 national tournament appearances. A new era of Brevard College athletics began in 2006 as the Tornados initiated the transition process from the NAIA to NCAA Division II while also adding football, cycling and cheerleading as varsity sports. Brevard College was officially granted active NCAA Division II and South Atlantic Conference membership status on September 1, 2008. In just two years of eligibility, every single BC Athletic team has either recorded a South Atlantic Conference win or made it to the postseason South Atlantic Conference tournament. The men’s basketball team won Brevard’s first South Atlantic Conference Championship and the Cycling team was named the 2009 Fall Mountain Bike National Champions. Brevard has also seen multiple athletes and coaches receive both All- Conference and All-Region recognition as the Tornados look to establish a pattern of success both in the NCAA and the South Atlantic Conference.

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Varsity Sports Men Baseball Basketball Cross Country Cycling Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track

Women Basketball Cheerleading Cross Country Cycling Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Track Volleyball


This is Brevard College

The BC Experience Beyond the Classroom

Life outside the classroom. Your life outside the classroom at BC is just as important to us as the knowledge you’re gaining in class. There are many ways for you to stand out, but the first step is just to get involved. Experiences outside of the classroom compliment your formal educational experience by helping to facilitate your holistic development. Life doesn’t happen in a textbook, nor does the total Brevard experience. We help students by facilitating their growth as responsible and effective individuals while living in a cohesive campus community.

Student Involvement Programming on the BC campus is driven almost entirely by student leadership through the Campus Activities Board (CAB) with the support of almost 30 active student organizations and clubs. Saturday nights, CAB Wire features comedians, live music, and more. Students can build leadership and problem solving skills, while networking with other students, staff, faculty, and administrative leaders through the Student Government Association and our campus-wide shared governance model. You know what they say, “all work and no play…”. Whether you are interested in staying healthy or simply blowing off some steam after an exam, you can do both by enjoying friendly competition through the many different intramural sports we offer. Through the Campus and Outdoor Recreation program, students are able to experience programs that will lead to learning new skills, developing leadership abilities, and enhancing overall wellness while enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings. Whether you are a skilled rock climber or interested in climbing into a kayak for the very first time, we’ve got all kinds of opportunities for all types of students.

5 Fast Facts: • Student-faculty ratio is 11:1 • 40+ majors/minors, pre-professional studies and teacher licensure • Over 650 students from 35 states and 13 foreign countries; • One of the top 40 college towns in the US – Outside Magazine • One of the top performing arts centers in the south: The Porter Center for the Performing Arts

Community Living Living on campus is an integral part of the total educational experience at Brevard College. Community Living staff members assist students in learning how to live in community on an exciting residential campus. The friendships and life experiences developed by living on campus provide students with many unexpected benefits that positively impact the whole student…academically and socially. Whether in a traditional residence hall, a suite or apartmentstyle room, living and learning together makes the whole Brevard experience more meaningful. You can’t help but stay involved and feel attached to BC if you live right in the middle of where the action is. Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1.800.527.9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College Center for Multicultural and Service Initiatives True to the Brevard College motto “Learn in order to serve”, the Center for Multicultural and Service Initiatives (CMSI) is a student-focused office that provides resources and educational opportunities for the campus community. CMSI provides students with volunteer opportunities based on academic and personal interests as well as providing the town of Brevard and surrounding community with passionate and energetic volunteers that will make a difference. Alternative Fall and Spring Break trips, MLK Celebration activities, service to the local domestic violence shelter, preparing meals for the homeless, even working in a community garden are all part of the CMSI outreach program. Service related to federal, state, local and institutional programs is also coordinated through the CMSI. Federal Work Study students are able to work off campus at an approved local non-profit. NC-ACTS!, an AmeriCorps program, rewards students who have served 300 hours in their local community with a $1,100 Education Award. Our EMERGE program fosters positive relationships between current top BC students and incoming new students in order to support academic success and personal growth during the first year of college.

Wellness Center The Stamey Wellness Center offers a warm reception area where students are welcomed and assisted in connecting with professional services and personal help as quickly as possible. Counseling Services provides resources to support and enhance the success of students in the academic and social environment of the college as well as in the personal and developmental aspects of their lives. Medical Services are available to assist students who are sick and to teach preventive measures to stay healthy in order to best achieve academic success. Our Religious Life program is inspired by the ministry of the United Methodist Church and welcomes a diversity of religious preferences among the student body who seek to learn in an atmosphere of nurturing one’s spiritual path.

Other unique BC Experiential Programs Institute for Women in Leadership IWIL is a residential learning community that fosters confident, inquisitive young women with a passion for local service. Through mentoring and experiential leadership programs, IWIL women develop into Brevard College leaders ready to also serve their communities upon graduation. Study Abroad Students can pursue a minor in Spanish while experiencing immersion in the culture as well as the language during a semester in Costa Rica. Students interested in studying in Europe will find opportunities in London each year. Working together with BC faculty and staff in our Academic Enrichment Center, students have many additional options for study abroad through our membership in the Appalachian College Association. Additionally, recent trips to Egypt and Iceland are examples of experiences abroad for credit between semesters. Voice of the Rivers Voice of the Rivers (VOR) is one of the hallmarks of Brevard College. VOR consists of a select number of BC students and faculty who engage in a three week expedition focused on the interdisciplinary study of a river. Students from any major on campus traverse a river from its source to its end researching its ecosystem, developing peer and faculty bonds, presenting information to communities along the way, and earning academic credit.

Contact Information: Campus Life 828.884.8258 www.brevard.edu/lifebc Admissions 800.527.9090 www.brevard.edu/admissions Financial Aid 828.884.8245 www.brevard.edu/financialaid BC Experience Web Site www.brevard.edu/bcexperience Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1.800.527.9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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with more than 40 majors and minors Majors:

Pre-Professional Studies:

Art (B.A.)

Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Nursing Pre-Veterinary

Required concentration (one required): Graphic Design, Painting, Photography or Sculpture

Biology (B.S.) Business & Organizational Leadership (B.A.) Criminal Justice (B.A.) English (B.A.) Required concentration (one required): Creative Writing, Interdisciplinary Studies, Journalism/ Professional Communication, Literary Studies, Teacher Education

Environmental Science (B.S.) Environmental Studies (B.A.) Exercise Science (B.A. & B.S.) General Science (B.A.) Health Science Studies (B.A.) History (B.A.) Integrated Studies (B.A.) Emphases by choice

Mathematics (B.A.) Music (B.A. & B.M.) Music Education (B.A.) Performance (B.M.)

Psychology (B.A.) Religious Studies (B.A.) Optional focus: Biblical Archaeology, Diversity Studies, Philosophy

Theatre Studies (B.A.) Required concentration (one required): Performance, Technical, Teacher Licensure in Theatre Emphasis

Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education (B.A.)

Minors: Art Art History Biology Business and Organizational Leadership Chemistry Coaching Criminal Justice Ecology Education English Environmental Studies Fitness Leadership Gender Studies & Leadership Geology History Mathematics Music Natural History Pre-Law Psychology Religious Studies Social Sciences Spanish Language and Culture Theatre Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education

Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1-800-527-9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College Teacher Licensure: Licensure Area Elementary grades K-6 English grades 9-12 Mathematics grades 9-12 Science grades 9-12 Social Studies grades 9-12 Art grades K-12 Music grades K-12 Physical Education grades K-12 Theatre grades K-12

Brevard College Major Integrated Studies English Mathematics General Science History Art Music Education Exercise Science Theatre Studies

The Brevard College teacher education program will enable students to earn teacher licensure in a number of academic disciplines at both elementary and secondary levels. For the most up-to-date status of each licensure program in relation to state approval, students should consult with the Director of Teacher Education.

Scholarship Information: New freshman and transfer students may qualify for academic scholarships through the Admission Office, ranging from $5,500 per year to full tuition. Additionally, top leaders and artists may qualify for leadership and/or talent based scholarships up to $3,500 per year. Need-Based Financial Aid is also available to students who qualify as a result of filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Leadership/Talent scholarships are also available, starting at $500 and up.

Men’s Varsity Teams:

Telephone

Baseball Basketball Cycling Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track / Cross Country

828.884.9158 828.884.8267 828.884.8272 828.884.8105 843.437.9637 828.884.8394 828.884.8281 828.884.8272

Interested in becoming a BC Tornado?

Women’s Varsity Teams:

Telephone

Basketball Cheerleading Cycling Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Track / Cross Country Volleyball

828.884.8241 828.884.8281 828.884.8272 843.437.9637 828.884.8222 828.884.8346 828.884.8281 828.884.8272 828.884.8203

•Complete the Tornado Athletic Questionnaire online (www.BCTornados.com)

Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1-800-527-9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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Interim Athletic Director Juan Mascaro

Juan Mascaro is beginning his first year as the Interim Athletic Director, having taken over the reigns of the program in the summer of 2011.

Coach Mascaro is also in fifth year at the helm of the Brevard College men’s soccer program, having taken over the reigns of the program in 2006.

Head Coach Juan Mascaro was selected to the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Advisory Committee in 2010-2011 and will help with the gathering and sharing of results for teams within their conference or geographical area, the ranking of the top teams in the region, the provision of input in the selection of officials for the championship, the provision of input in the selection of sites for championship competition and the service as a sounding board for the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee.

In 2008, Mascaro led the men’s soccer team to a 5-14-1 record in their inaugural season as members of NCAA Division II and the SAC. The Tornados recorded their first SAC win over Lincoln Memorial, 2-1, on Oct. 24. The highlight of the season came on Oct. 15 when they took Division I Winthrop into double overtime, before falling 2-1. During his time at Brevard, Mascaro has guided the men’s soccer team to a 9-28-2 record, playing a full SAC slate, which includes four NCAA Division II National Tournament participants and the NCAA DII National Championship runner-up. Mascaro comes to Brevard from Campbell University where he spent two seasons as the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach. During his first season at Campbell, he helped the Fighting Camels to advance into the 2005 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. From this outstanding performance the Camels ended their season with a 6-3-1 league record and 8-9-2 overall. While at Campbell his duties included training the goalkeepers, recruiting coordinator and monitoring the academic progress of the student athletes. Prior to Campbell, he was the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach for the University of Central Florida for five seasons. During his tenure, the Golden Knights were ranked as high as number-13 nationally and won the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. During his last three seasons with the Golden Knights the team finished with a 35 20-1 overall record. His main areas of responsibilities for the Knights included training the goalkeepers, recruiting coordinator assisting the head coach in all areas of team training.

A native of El Salvador, Mascaro earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration in 1994 and his Master of Arts in Applied Economics in 1999 from the University of Central Florida. He currently holds his NSCAA National Coaching Diploma earned in 1994 and Advanced National Diploma in 1995.

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Senior Women’s Administrator Britne Stubbs

Britne Stubbs has taken on the responsibilities as the Senior Woman Administrator at Brevard College, providing a female voice and perspective on key issues and serving as a role model for diversity, inclusion and gender equity in the athletic community. She also will be the liaison with the BC SAAC to work with the committee on developing and carrying out their goals and initiatives as well as promoting community service projects and campus leadership initiatives. In addition, she will also be taking over the vacant position of Director of Champs Life-Skills at Brevard and will help out in Operations and Game Day Administration.

In 2009, Coach Stubbs oversaw the team as the Tornados made the transition to becoming full members of NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference. The BC softball team went 17-27, 2-14 in conference play and was one of four Tornados teams to make it to the SAC Tournament.

In her first season at the helm of the women’s softball program, Coach Stubbs help guide the team to a 13-27 record on the season, an 11game improvement from the 2007 season.

As provisional members of both the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference in 2008, the Tornados played a very challenging schedule, taking on a number of strong teams throughout the year. Stubbs, who originally hails from Bennettsville, SC, comes to Brevard by way of Tiffin University in Tiffin, OH. At Tiffin, Stubbs served as the assistant softball coach while she completed her master’s degree in business administration. During her two year stint at Tiffin University, the softball program compiled a record of 94-22. Coach Stubbs was a part of two conference AMC championships, two region IX championships and two National Tournament Appearances. Also, Coach Stubbs was a part of two conference coaching staff of the year awards. In 2006, she was a part of Region IX coaching staff of the year.

While at Tiffin University, Stubbs helped tutor five All-Americans, six All-Region performers and seven All Conference Players.

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Prior to coaching at Tiffin, Stubbs played softball at Queens University located in Charlotte, NC. Stubbs was named to the CVAC All-Conference first team three times and was her team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player three consecutive seasons spanning from 2002-2005. In the 2005, Stubbs was named the Female Athlete of the Year for Queens University. Stubbs remains as the Queens University stolen base recorder holder, when she stole 39 bases in her senior campaign. In 2005 she was nationally ranked 16th in the nation for stolen bases with 39 and 42nd for batting average for all of NCAA Division II.


BC Athletic Administration

Rob Fiedler, Director of Compliance

Rob Fiedler joined the Brevard College Athletic Department staff in October 2009, taking on the role of Director of Compliance.

Fiedler comes to the Tornados, having served as the Assistant Compliance Coordinator at Syracuse University from 2007-2009.

Rob also utilized compliance software programs, including CAi, LSDBi and the NCAA Eligibility Center website, as well as updating studentathlete information on CAi and other related spreadsheets and databases. He also assisted with administering rules compliance, rules education meetings and other office tasks as assigned.

While at Syracuse, he verified the initial-eligibility for incoming prospective student-athletes and assisted in the administration of student-athlete employment. Rob also served as the primary contact for the distribution of funds for student-athletes from the NCAA/Big East Conference Special Assistance Fund and Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund.

Prior to Syracuse, Rob served as a graduate assistant to the Athletic Director as Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, Pa. from 20052006 where he supervised a student-employee crew for event management, as well as scheduling studentemployees for all athletic events and completing bi-weekly payroll for all operations staff. He also assisted the Assistant to the Athletic Director in different aspects of NCAA rules compliance as well as verifying completion of all NCAA documentation by student-athletes and updating student-athlete contact and participation information in CAi and department spreadsheets. Rob also served as an Athletic Office Intern at Cambridge Springs High School in Cambridge Springs, Pa. from August 2004-December 2004 where he monitored student-athlete eligibility and participated in the athletic budgeting process. Rob graduated from Edinboro University in May of 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education with a concentration in Sport Administration and received his Masters in Sport Management from Slippery Rock University in December of 2006.

Myranda Nash, Assistant to the Athletic Director

Prior to coming to Brevard, Nash served as an Intern with the LenoirRhyne University Athletic Department, where she served with the LR Special Events Director and with the Bears Club from May 2010-August 2010.

She also served as an apprentice at Westcare Sports Medicine where she completed a 70 hour apprenticeship under the supervision of three licensed Physical Therapists in the Fall of 2009.

She also has extensive volunteer experience, having served as a volunteer with REACH of Jackson County, the Community Table of Jackson County and the Jingle Bell 5K Run. She has also served as the Registration Committee Chair for the Mountain Heritage 5K race in October of 2009, and participated in several missions trips throughout the country.

Nash graduated from Western Carolina in August of 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management with a concentration in Exercise Science and Fitness Management and is currently working on her MBA at Western Carolina with a projected graduation date of 2013.

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BC Athletic Administration

Carole Futrelle, Director of Marketing & Donor Relations

Carole Futrelle joined the Brevard College Athletic Department staff in August 2009, taking on the role of Director of Marketing & Donor Relations.

Futrelle comes to the Tornados having served as the Executive Director of Carolina Voices based out of Charlotte, N.C. from 19931997 where she developed and maintained relationships with financial contributors and in-kind providers, successfully applying for multiple grants on local, state and national levels. She also managed the day-to-day business operations as well as identifying, recruiting and training new members for supporting committees within both the organizations, as well as the members of the Board of Directors.

Prior to her post as Executive Director, Futrelle served as the Director of Development for Carolina Voices from 1990-1993 where she developed and implemented campaign drives for individual gifts, as well as preparing and completing successful presentations for solicitations of corporate gifts.

Futrelle graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and serves as a volunteer at Providence Presbyterian Church, where she has served as an Elder, Clerk of Session, Youth Advisor and Adult Sunday School Teacher. Carole and her husband Ted live in Brevard and are the proud parents of two children, a son Dan who lives in Brevard with his wife Susan, and a daughter Kelly, who resides in Charlotte.

Seth Montgomery, Athletic Media Relations Director

Seth Montgomery joined the BC Athletic Department Staff after serving the spring of 2009 as the Interim SID as the main contact for volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s golf, women’s basketball, softball and cycling. He also served as an alternate color commentator for BC football, basketball and baseball games.

His primary sports are football, volleyball, men’s basketball, baseball, cycling, tennis and golf.

Seth graduated magna cum laude in December of 2008 from North Greenville University with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration.

Montgomery started his work in Sport Information as a studentassistant at North Greenville University, where he worked with the football and baseball teams as both a statistician and radio color commentator.

He also served as the main media contact for the Spartanburg Stingers baseball team in the Coastal Plains League in 2007, serving as the statistician and radio alternate.

Prior to coming to Brevard, Montgomery worked as a media intern at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Tournament at the Bay Hill Country Club in Orlando, Fla. in 2008. In addition to his sport information work, Montgomery is also a member of CoSIDA.

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BC Athletic Administration

Joshua Smallwood, Head Athletic Trainer

Joshua Smallwood joined the Athletic Department staff in the summer of 2009 and serves as the Head Athletic Trainer.

Prior to coming to Brevard College, Joshua was a graduate assistant at the University of Central Arkansas from August 2007-May 2009 where he provided the primary medical coverage for the Bears men’s and women’s cross country teams, men’s soccer and track and field, as well as assisting with basketball and football.

Joshua started his athletic training career at Appalachian State University, where he worked as a Head Athletic Training Student responsible for helping provide coverage for football, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s basketball.

Joshua received his Master’s degree from the University of Central Arkansas in Kinesiology and Physical Education in May of 2009. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State in 2007 in Athletic Training.

He is currently working on the manuscript for his original research project on the “Effects of an Ankle Support on Ankle Range of Motion in Male Collegiate Soccer Players” which was the topic of his graduate thesis at the University of Central Arkansas. He hopes to submit the manuscript for publishing in a peer reviewed journal in the Summer of 2010. He enjoys watching the Washington Nationals and participating in outdoor activities in his spare time. He and his wife Cathy live in Horse Shoe with their dog Lia.

Joshua Owen, Associate Athletic Trainer

Josh Owen joined the staff at Brevard College in 2008. His primary sport responsibilities are with the Tornado volleyball, women’s basketball, and softball teams. He is actively involved in continuing education as he has taken and continues to take a variety of courses from the Postural Restoration Institute.

Josh comes to Brevard College from Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C., where he graduated with honors and earned his Bachelor’s degree in 2007. While at ASU, Josh worked with the football team and other varsity sports in the Mountaineer Athletic Training Department.

Josh is currently single and lives in Brevard. He enjoys the outdoors in his free time.

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September 4

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7

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2

Erskine Brevard, N.C. 3 p.m.

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King Brevard, N.C. 1 p.m.

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@ USC Aiken Aiken, S.C. 5 p.m.

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20

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26

27

17

@ Carson-Newman Jefferson City, Tenn.

3 p.m.

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@ Lenoir-Rhyne Hickory, N.C. 4 p.m.

25

10

Bluefield Brevard, N.C. 2 p.m.

@ Montreat Montreat, S.C. 4 p.m.

18

3

28

@ Tusculum Greeneville, Tenn. 5 p.m.

24

@ Lincoln Memorial

Harrogate, Tenn. 2 p.m.

29

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October 4

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@ Belmont Abbey Belmont, N.C. 4:30 p.m.

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Mars Hill Brevard, N.C. 4 p.m.

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@ Wingate Wingate, N.C. 2 p.m.

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Anderson Brevard, N.C. 2 p.m.

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Young Harris Brevard, N.C. 4 p.m.

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@ Converse Spartanburg, S.C. 7 p.m.

@ Newberry Newberry, S.C. 2 p.m.

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Catawba Brevard, N.C. 2 p.m.

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2011 Brevard College Tornados Women’s Soccer Schedule Aug. 19 Aug. 21 Aug. 27

@ Southern Wesleyan Carolina Elite Soccer Academy Limestone

Central, S.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C.

5 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m.

Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 7 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 28

Erskine King @ USC Aiken Bluefield @ Montreat @ Carson-Newman* Lenoir-Rhyne* @ Lincoln Memorial* @ Tusculum*

Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Aiken, S.C. Brevard, N.C. Montreat, N.C. Jefferson City, Tenn. Brevard, N.C. Harrogate, Tenn. Greeneville, Tenn.

3 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m.

Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 26 Oct. 29

Mars Hill* @ Belmont Abbey @ Wingate* Anderson* Young Harris @ Newberry* @ Converse Catawba*

Brevard, N.C. Belmont, N.C. Wingate, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Newberry, S.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Brevard, N.C.

Home events are in white. * - indicates South Atlantic Conference event All times are local.

2 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

2011 BC Women's Soccer Media Guide  

2011 BC Women's Soccer Media Guide

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