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2013 Cincinnati Women’s Soccer

2013 SCHEDULE Date fri, aug. 16 fri, aug. 23 sun, aug. 25 fri, aug. 30 sun, sept. 1 fri, sept. 6 sun, sept. 8 fri, sept. 13 sun, sept. 15 fri, sept. 20 sun, sept. 22 fri, sept. 27 sun, sept. 29 thurs, oct. 3 sun, oct. 6 fri, oct. 11 sun, oct. 13 thurs, oct. 17 sun, oct. 20 fri, oct. 25

Opponent marshall! at miami (fla.) at nebraska at dayton umass-lowell at long beach state at uc santa barbara at xavier kent state vs. cornell at providence rutgers* memphis* at houston* at smu* ucf* usf* at connectivut* at temple* louisville*

Location Time gettler stadium 4 p.m. miami, fla. 7 p.m. lincoln, neb. 1 p.m. dayton, ohio 7:30 p.m. gettler stadium 1 p.m. long beach, calif. 10 p.m. santa barbara, calif. 3 p.m. cincinnati, ohio 7 p.m. gettler stadium 1 p.m. bridgeport, conn. 7 p.m. providence, r.i. 1 p.m. gettler stadium 7 p.m. gettler stadium 1 p.m. houston, texas 8 p.m. dallas, texas 2 p.m. gettler stadium 4:30 p.m. gettler stadium 1 p.m. storrs, conn. 7 p.m. ambler, pa. 1 p.m. gettler stadium 7 p.m.

american athletic conference championship thurs, oct. sun, nov.

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play-in game

campus sites

tba

quarterfinals

campus sites

tba

semifinals

orlando, fla.

tba

final

orlando, fla.

tba

! = Exhibition match * = American Athletic Conference match Home matches All dates and times are Eastern and subject to change.

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QUICK FACTS General

Location ......................................Cincinnati, OH 45221 Enrollment.........................................................42,421 Nickname ....................................................... Bearcats Colors ........................................................Red & Black Conference..............................................The American Arena...................................... Gettler Stadium (1,400) Founded ...............................................................1819 Affiliation .............................................NCAA Division I President ................................. Santa Jeremy Ono, PhD Alma Mater, Year .........................University of Chicago Director of Athletics................................ Whit Babcock Alma Mater, Year ........................... James Madison, ‘92 Faculty Representative ............ Dr. David M. Szymanski

TABLE OF CONTENTS The University of Cincinnati................................................................................. 2-3 President Dr. Santa Ono............................................................................................. 4 Athletics Director Whit Babcock............................................................................. 5 Gettler Stadium............................................................................................................. 6 2013 Bearcats................................................................................................................. 7 2013 Roster..................................................................................................................... 8 Player Profiles...........................................................................................................9-16 Coaching Staff...................................................................................................... 17-18 2012 Statistics..............................................................................................................19 All-time Letterwinners....................................................................................... 20-21 Awards and Honors............................................................................................ 22-23 Team Records...............................................................................................................24 Year-by-Year Statistics...............................................................................................25 Series History...............................................................................................................26 Year-by-Year Results........................................................................................... 27-31

Coaching Staff

Head Coach...............................................Neil Stafford Alma Mater.......... Southern New Hampshire, ‘96 Record at UC..................................... First Season Overall Record..................102-71-9 (10 seasons) Assistant Coach.......................................Gary Curneen Alma Mater.....................Wingate University, ‘99 Year at UC.................................................Second Assistant Coach............................................... Nate Lei Alma Mater..............................Miami (Ohio), ‘00 Year at UC..................................................... First

Sports Communications

Assistant AD/Strategic Communications (FB) Ryan Koslen..................................ryan.koslen@uc.edu Senior Director (MBB/MGO) Andre Foushee......................... andre.foushee@uc.edu Senior Director (WSOC/XC/T&F/FB) Cory Hall................................cory.hall@uc.edu Office:........................................513-556-0618 .Cell:...........................................515-419-1755 Senior Director (MSOC/WLAX/S&D) Michael Scholl.......................... michael.scholl@uc.edu Director (WBB/WGO/WTEN) Katie Botsis...................................katie.botsis@uc.edu Assistant Director (VB/BSB) Alex Lange......................................alex.lange@uc.edu Web Site:...........................................GoBEARCATS.com Sports Communications Office:............(513) 556-5191 Mailing/Overnight Address: Richard E. Lindner Center, Ste. 860 2751 O’Varsity Way University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 45221-0021

MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS The University of Cincinnati Sports Communications Office is ready to assist you in every way possible to make the experience of covering UC Athletics productive and rewarding. For this reason, we have developed policies and procedures which will require cooperation on the part of the media. Not complying with these policies will result in the refusal of credentials/access. MEDIA CREDENTIALS Requests for official working media credentials should be directed to the UC Sports Communications Office. #BEARCATS When tweeting and engaging others on social media networks about UC or the Bearcats, please use #Bearcats. ON THE WEB Information on the University of Cincinnati women’s soccer team is available at www.GoBEARCATS.com. To receive the UC updates via email, please send a request to Cory Hall (cory.hall@uc.edu). Information on the American Athletic Conference and all member institutions is also available through the league’s web site at www.TheAmerican.org.

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THE UNIVERSITY AN INSTITUTION ON THE RISE »» U.S. News has ranked UC in the Top Tier of America’s Best Colleges and as one of 15 “up and coming” universities. »» The Chronicle of Higher Ed. calls UC a “research heavyweight.” »» Travel & Leisure Magazine ranked UC among America’s Most Beautiful College Campuses. »» UC was the first public institution in Ohio named a “green university” by Princeton Review. »» Classified as a Research University (Very High Research Activity) by the Carnegie Commission, UC is ranked as one of America’s top 25 public research universities by the National Science Foundation. »» Money Magazine’s “Elite Values in Higher Education,” Kaplan’s “Unofficial, Unbiased Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges,” Octameron’s “College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You” and Yahoo’s “Internet Life” have all ranked the University of Cincinnati’s programs among the best in the nation. LARGE PUBLIC UNIVERSITY »» The University of Cincinnati enrolls more than 42,000 students, including its Blue Ash and Clermont campuses, each year in a diverse collection of 13 colleges and divisions – from the College-Conservatory of Music to the College of Medicine, law to engineering, business to arts and sciences. »» The university offers more than 300 majors and degree programs from the associate to doctoral level. ATTRACTING ELITE STUDENTS »» UC’s total financial support for students is nearly $68 million, with its cornerstone scholarship program, Cincinnatus, awarding more than 2,000 scholarships totaling over $18 million. »» There are a several additional aid awards available, including the STEER Program, Darwin T. Turner Scholarship Fund, Choose Ohio First, Cincinnati CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 2

Pathways Scholarship, UC Global scholars and tuition reciprocity. »» Additional information is available for your consideration. »» The University Honors Program comprises the top seven percent of UC students and is committed to helping students maximize their educational opportunities at UC while discovering and pursuing their passions in life and using their gifts and talents to make meaningful contributions to society. AMONG THE NATION’S MOST DIVERSE »» We offer many components that enrich us as a vibrant, public research university. UC is ranked 19th on the top 20 list of universities with a diverse student population. ASSISTING IN THEIR SUCCESS »» Learning communities serve more than 2,000 freshmen annually and feature personnel who have won national awards. They are an integral part of the first-year experience at UC and are an exciting way for first-year students to build a network of study partners and friends. »» The Center for Exploratory Studies has been featured in New York Times as a best practice and assists students who have not yet declared a major or who may be considering a change and want to make informed, intelligent decisions about their futures. WORLD-RENOWNED PROGRAMS »» The College & Conservatory of Music (CCM) is ranked in the top 10 music schools nationally. »» The Criminal Justice and Pediatrics programs are each ranked third in the nation, the College of Design Architecture Art & Planning (DAAP) annually has its design programs ranked in the top three nationally and its architecture program in the top 10. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION »» Co-op was invented at the University of Cincinnati

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OF CINCINNATI in 1906. Now, over 100 years and 43 countries later, generations of students worldwide have followed our lead. »» Today, UC’s co-op program is listed among the nation’s best in US News & World Report rankings. LOYAL ALUMNI »» The 2010-11 Almanac from the Chronicle of Higher Education ranked UC’s endowment of $1,004,368,000 at 74th in the United States among all colleges and universities. »» Income from endowment earnings reflect the dedication of more than 250,000 living alumni. VIBRANT SETTING The University of Cincinnati has seen tremendous growth since 2000 with the construction of 24 buildings across its main campus as well as Clermont College and Blue Ash locations. THE QUEEN CITY Amidst the gently rolling hills along the Ohio River, Cincinnati spreads from the southwestern corner of Ohio into Northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana.

A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE Cincinnati is not only among the best places for these companies to do business; it’s also one of the best places to live. Named ‘A Top-10 Value City’ by Kiplinger magazine, Cincinnati’s vibrant economy, low cost of living and great amenities helps companies retain current employees and recruit new ones.

GETTING METROPOLITAN The metropolitan Cincinnati population is 2.1 million. The metro area consists of Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties in Ohio; Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties in Kentucky; and Dearborn County, Indiana. The city’s population is about 356,000 and covers an area of 77.2 square miles. ACCOLADES AND AWARDS National praise keeps coming for Cincinnati and the city’s improved image has been the subject of numerous articles placed in publications such as USA Today, CNN.com and Esquire Magazine. Cincinnati is recognized not only as a top destination for all ages, but also a community that strives for innovation, quality of life and regional growth. AN ATTRACTIVE DESTINATION Cincinnati’s attractions were recognized as top vacation spots for families, in the Zagat Survey’s U.S. Family Travel Guide, in association with Parenting Magazine. Numerous Cincinnati attractions top rankings among a list of over 1,000 sites and attractions in the United States. »» Cincinnati is home to the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and MLB’s Cincinnati Reds. »» Newport Aquarium was named the No. 1 aquarium in the Midwest and one of the 25 top rated attractions in the country. »» Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden ranked 13th of 50 national attractions. »» Cincinnati Art Museum tied with four museums, including the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York and the Art Institute in Chicago, for best art museum. »» Kings Island ranked 4th overall in “child appeal” category. »» Newport on the Levee topped the national list of malls and shopping centers. »» Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal and Great American Ball Park received top rankings as well.

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AMONG THE FORTUNATE Cincinnati has more Fortune 500 companies per million residents than New York, Boston, Chicago or Los Angeles, and is the home of many of the most recognized and respected brands in the world. The region counts eight Fortune 500 headquarters with seven more in the Fortune 1000.

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President Dr. Santa Ono - @PrezOno Santa Jeremy Ono, PhD, is the 28th President at the University of Cincinnati. After serving on an interim basis for two months, he was appointed to the presidency on Oct. 23, 2012. President Ono first arrived at UC in 2010, serving two years as the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. As Provost, he led the development of an Academic Master Plan (AMP) aligned to the university’s strategic plan. The AMP, unveiled in May 2012, outlined an initial investment of about $10 million toward longterm strategic goals set for completion in UC’s bicentennial year, 2019. Dr. Ono is the first Asian American to serve as UC’s chief executive and one of only a few Asian Americans to serve as president of a major research institution in the United States. Dr. Ono also serves as Professor of Pediatrics within UC’s College of Medicine and Professor of Biology in the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Ono’s principal research interests focus on transcriptional regulation in the human immune system, mechanisms of mast cell dependent inflammation on the ocular surface and the immune component of age-related macular degeneration. CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 4

Dr. Ono’s service in the community includes the Cincinnati Business Committee and the boards of Ohio’s Third Frontier, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, CincyTech, UC Health, Uptown Consortium, United Way, Alois Alzheimer’s Society, and Japan-America-Society. He chairs the UC Research Institute board, the United Way Research Council and the board of the Global HEED (Promoting Health, Education and Economic Development), and co-chairs the Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky Early Grade-Level Reading Campaign. He is a member of the Chancellor’s Ohio Completion Task Force of the Ohio Board of Regents as well as the Executive Committee of the STRIVE partnership and served on the Board of Advisors for Strive for College. Dr. Ono earned his PhD at McGill University and his BA at the University of Chicago. His training in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Harvard was supported by a Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Fellowship. President Ono, affectionately known as Prez Ono, can be seen regularly at games and practices and tweeting about Bearcats Athletics.

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Athletics Director Whit Babcock - @WhitBabcock Whit Babcock was officially announced as the University of Cincinnati’s 14th Director of Athletics on Oct. 22, 2011.

comprehensive excellence, centering the department’s focus on the student-athlete experience, and engaging the community.

Babcock, a former college baseball player, joined the Bearcats following five years at the University of Missouri, where he served as the executive associate director of athletics.

The department operates under Babcock’s ONE TEAM philosophy which is centered on the core values of Integrity, Respect, Determination and Excellence working together as 547 student-athletes, 150 staff, 19 sports and ONE TEAM.

The Bearcats’ leader has initiated a new administrative structure within the department, proposed a comprehensive vision and capital campaign for athletic facility enhancement including an $86-million renovation and expansion to Nippert Stadium, set forth a scholarship enhancement plan for Olympic sports, crafted a three-year strategic plan for all facets of the program, hired head coaches in football, baseball, men’s track and field, lacrosse, volleyball and women’s soccer and implemented numerous external relations strategies to connect and engage with Bearcats’ alumni, donors, fans, and students. His background in fundraising, marketing, promotions, ticket sales, licensing and multimedia partnerships were key attributes in support of his hiring. In his introductory press conference, Babcock cited three guiding principles for his vision for the athletic department’s future: commitment to

Over the past year, Babcock has implemented numerous changes in the academic area aimed at enhancing the student-athlete experience, reinstated and enhanced scholarship funding to Olympic sports, added men’s indoor track and field as the department’s 19th sport and streamlined his executive team to ensure better lines of communications across the department and University community. A native of Harrisonburg, Va., Babcock lettered four seasons in baseball at James Madison University and served as team captain his senior year. He earned his bachelor’s degree from JMU in 1992. In 1996, he received his master’s in sports management from West Virginia University. He and his wife, Kelly, have three sons: Andrew, Brett and Eli. CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER ∙ 5

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Gettler Stadium Home of the Cincinnati Bearcats

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Gettler Stadium is the home for both the University of Cincinnati men’s and women’s soccer teams, as well as the men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams. In the summer of 2012, the playing surface at Gettler Stadium was replaced with FieldTurf Revolution. The new, top-of-the-line monofilament surface offers the traditional FieldTurf surface, but with more of a soccer blend that incorporates longer and thicker blades of artificial grass compared to those used for football. The facility was renovated following the 2002-03 academic year and was named in recognition of the gift by Ben and Dee Gettler to the Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village. The restorations included a regulation-sized soccer field with a FieldTurf Pro playing surface, which is sanctioned by FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, for all levels of play except the World Cup finals and semifinals. The upgrades also included a new eight-lane, 400-meter track, permanent grandstand seating for 1,400, concession stands and restrooms, team rooms and a press box. These enhancements allowed Cincinnati to host the 2010 BIG EAST Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Prior to the renovations made possible by the Gettlers, the facility also had a facelift in 2000 that saw the installation of new lights and a new scoreboard with message center.

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Kristina Utley Jr. | GK | 5-8

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Kayla Utley Fr. | D | 5-5

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Natalie Smith RS-Fr. | GK | 5-6

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Alana McShane Fr. | D | 5-10

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Mackenzie Reynolds So. | F | 5-9

Katie Greer Sr. | MF | 5-5

Katy Couperus Fr. | MF | 5-8

Callie Taylor So. | F | 5-10

Taylor Nelson Fr. | D | 5-6

Bailey Wilson Fr. | MF | 5-9

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Madison Melnick Fr. | MF | 5-7

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Danielle Rotheram So. | F | 5-3

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Megan Cravenor Jr. | MF | 5-8

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Christi Howard Jr. | D | 5-7

24 Emily Elsbrock Sr. | MF | 5-10

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Kelly Latimer So. | D | 5-4

Kate Schmidt Sr. | D | 5-5

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Mackenzie Grause Jr. | F | 5-8

18 Alexa Fiehrer Jr. | MF | 5-4

Haleigh Hoff So. | F | 5-8

Jae Atkinson Jr. | D | 5-3

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Mollie Williams Jr. | D | 5-5

19 Laura Rose So. | F | 5-1

25 27 Allie Thul Fr. | GK | 5-7

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2013 Roster

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 24 27

Name Kristina Utley Natalie Smith Madison Melnick Kelly Latimer Haleigh Hoff Kayla Utley Alana McShane Danielle Rotheram Kate Schmidt Jae Atkinson Mackenzie Reynolds Callie Taylor Megan Cravenor Mackenzie Grause Mollie Williams Katie Greer Taylor Nelson Christi Howard Alexa Fiehrer Laura Rose Katy Couperus Bailey Wilson Emily Elsbrock Allie Thul

Ht. 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-5 5-10 5-3 5-5 5-3 5-9 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-1 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-7

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Pos. GK GK MF D F D D F D D F F MF F D MF D D MF F MF MF MF GK

Cl. Jr. RS-Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown/High School/Last School Castro Valley, Calif./Castro Valley Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Ursula Academy Mason, Ohio Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro Winfield, W.Va./Winfield/Kentucky Castro Valley, Calif./Castro Valley Dunamanagh, Northern Ireland/Holy Cross College Toronto, Ontario/Holy Trinity/Central Michigan Sylvania, Ohio/Northview Mason, Ohio/Mason Newburgh, Ing./Reitz Memorial/Tennessee Long Beach, Calif./Los Alamitos Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Ft. Thomas, Ky./Highlands Cincinnati, Ohio/Seton Massapequa, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s Fort Collins, Colo./Fossil Ridge Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson Cincinnati, Ohio/Ursuline Cincinnati, Ohio/Walnut Hills Fort Collins, Colo./Fort Collins Dublin, Ohio/Dublin Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore New Richmond, Ohio/McNicholas

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KATE SCHMIDT 8

Sylvania, Ohio | Northview Sr. | D | 5-5

2012 (Junior): Started all 18 matches at center back ... totaled one assist and three shot attempts ... produced one assist vs. USF (9/28) ... recorded shots against Northeastern (8/26), at Notre Dame (9/16) and vs. Georgetown (10/5). 2011 (Sophomore): Started all 19 matches on the season as a defender ... scored first career goal at UConn (9/25) ... attempted career-high two shots at College of Charleston (9/9) and vs. Coastal Carolina (9/11) ... totaled eight shot attempts, including four on-goal. 2010 (Freshman): Played in 15 games, starting nine ... posted two shots on the season. High School: A four-year starter and letterwinner at Northview High School ... part of the Wildcats team that won the Northern Lakes League (NLL) and was district finalists as a freshman, earning second team all-District honors ... won the league and district championship, finishing as regional runnerups as a sophomore and junior ... named honorable mention all-NLL as a sophomore ... earned second-team all-NLL honors and second team all-District honors as a junior ... named team captain as a senior, leading team to a district championship ... named to the all-state second team as a senior ... earned first-team all-NLL and all-District honors in 2009 ... a member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region II pool in 2008 and 2009 ... made the Honor Roll every quarter and was awarded the senior athlete academic award ... also earned a letter in basketball. Club: Club team, Cleveland Internationals, was the Super-Y national champions in 2007 and 2009 ... Internationals won the state cup in 2008 and 2009 ... club team finished as regional semifinalist in 2008 and was regional runner-up and national qualifiers in 2009. Personal: Full name is Katherine A. Schmidt... daughter of Bob and Debbie Schmidt ... chose UC over Georgetown and Toledo.

KATIE GREER

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Massapequa, N.Y. | St. Anthony’s Sr. | MF | 5-5

2012 (Junior): Started 17 of 18 matches at midfield ... totaled 17 shots on the season, with seven on goal ... attempted career-high four shots and scored first-career goal, the gamewinner in double overtime against Northeastern (8/26) ... named to the BIG EAST Conference Honor Roll on Aug. 27 for her performance against Northeastern ... tied for team lead with three assists ... recorded career-best two assists at N.C. State (8/19). 2011 (Sophomore): Played in one match in 2011 vs. Xavier (8/21). 2010 (Freshman): Saw action in 17 games, starting in two ... posted 11 shots and recorded an assist against Pittsburgh. High School: A four-year starter and letterwinner at Saint Anthony’s High School ... voted best offensive player as a freshman ... led Saint Anthony’s to a junior varsity soccer championship as a sophomore ... part of the 2007 Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) league championship ... guided squad to a CHSAA division title in 2008 and 2009 ... a current member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region I pool ... selected to the Regional team inter-regional event in Dec. 2009 in Miss. ... selected to the Region I Kuban Spring 2010 International Tournament held in Sochi, Russia in March, 2010 ... a member of the Region I ODP pool in 2005-06 ... played on the Eastern NY ODP team from 2004-09, winning the New York state cup ... a member of the National Honor Society, she was awarded the Duns Scotus Academic Award as a freshman and junior ... selected to participate in the Chapel Apprentice Program and the Student Center Muriel Program ... also played lacrosse in high school. Club: Member of the club team Albertson’s Fury 91s Premier from 2004 to 2010 ... helped lead the Fury to a New York state cup championship and the region finals in 2009 ... Region I semifinalists and state cup champions in 2008 with the Fury. Personal: Full name is Katherine Elizabeth Greer ... daughter of Beth and John Greer.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2010 15-9 0 0 0 2 2011 19-19 1 0 2 8 2012 18-17 0 1 1 3 TOTAL 52-45 1 1 3 13

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2010 17-2 0 1 1 11 2011 1-0 0 0 0 0 2012 18-16 1 3 5 17 TOTAL 36-18 1 4 6 28 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER ∙ 9

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EMILY ELSBROCK 24

Cincinnati, Ohio | Sycamore Sr. | MF | 5-10

2012 (Junior): Played in all 18 matches as a forward and midfielder ... attempted 10 shots, with six on goal ... took a career-high two shots at Notre Dame (9/16) and at USF (9/28). 2011 (Sophomore): Did not see action. 2010 (Freshman): Saw action in one game, playing a total of 18 minutes against Notre Dame. High School: Three-year letterwinner at Sycamore High School ... named a team captain in 2009 ... Greater Miami Conference (GMC) Second Team selection (2009) ... district runner-up in 2008 ... GMC champion and Regional runner-up (2007) ... team earned a mid-season No. 1 national ranking (2007) ... earned All-GMC academic honors all four years ... also picked up four varsity letters in track and field and three in basketball. Personal: Full name is Emily Ann Elsbrock ... daughter of Jim and Natalie Elsbrock ... uncle Tony Elsbrock played baseball for UC.

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Castro Valley, Calif. | Castro Valley Jr. | GK | 5-8

2012 (Sophomore): Started all 18 matches at goalkeeper ... played every minute of the season (1693:54), which ranked 16th in NCAA Division I ... ranked sixth in NCAA and led BIG EAST Conference in saves (125) and saves per game (6.94) ... produced two shutouts on the season ... recorded a careerhigh 16 saves in season-finale at Louisville (10/19), which was a single-game best for any player in the BIG EAST ... attempted one shot vs. Nebraska (9/2). 2011 (Freshman): Started all 19 matches at goalkeeper ... posted a 1.29 goals against average ... earned BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honors Aug. 29 after recording 11 saves and allowing just one goal in two Northwestern Tournament matches ... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (9/19) after recording 17 saves in two matches at DePaul and vs. Notre Dame ... her 91 saves on the season ranked second in the conference ... recorded four shutous on the season vs. Xavier (8/21), vs. Loyola-Chicago (8/28), at DePaul (9/16) and vs. Seton Hall (10/14) ... teamed with fellow GK Ashley Daniels for a fifth shutout vs. Coastal Carolina (9/11) ... recorded a season-high 10 saves vs. UND (9/18). High School: Two-year soccer letterwinner for Paul McCallion at Castro Valley High School ... was part of the 2010 North Coast Section Champions ... team finished first in the Bay Area and third in the nation on ESPN Rise national rankings ... played guard for CVHS basketball team in ‘08 and ‘09. Club: Member of the U17 Pleasanton Rage Premier club team coached by Paul Sapsford ... a member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) California state team in 2007 and 2008/ Personal: Full name is Kristina Marie Utley ... daughter of Alicia and Jon Utley ... she chose UC over San Jose State.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2010 1-0 0 0 0 0 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 18-0 0 0 0 10 TOTAL 19-0 0 0 0 10 Season 2011 2012 TOTAL CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 10

GP-GS Minutes GA GAA Saves W L T SO 19-19 1,808:35 26 1.29 90 5 6 3 4.0 18-15 1,693:14 39 2.07 125 4 10 1 2.0 37-34 3,501:49 65 1.67 215 9 16 4 6.0

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JAE ATKINSON 9

Mason, Ohio | Mason Jr. | D | 5-3

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 18 matches, including 16 starts ... totaled nine shots on the season, with one on goal ... set career high of two shots vs. DePaul (9/14) and Georgetown (10/5) ... took one corner kick at Rutgers (10/14). 2011 (Freshman): Saw action in 12 of 19 matches on the season, including 10 starts ... attempted two shots on the season, one vs. Xavier (8/21) and at Providence (9/23). High School: All-Ohio Division I First Team selection junior and senior seasons at Mason ... helped guide the Comets to regional finals in 2010 ... three-time All-Greater Miami Conference First Team member ... Greater Miami Conference player of the year in 2010 ...named to All-GMC Second Team her freshman season ... member of Cincinnati United Premier club team coached by former UC assistant coach Becki Poeppelmeier ... member of the State Cup champions in 2004 with the Carmel United Soccer Club ... State Cup champions in 2005 with Warren County United ... State runners-up in 2006 and 2007 with WCU ... State runners-up in 2008 and champions in 2009 with the Cincinnati United Premier club team ... a member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team in 2005, 2007, and 2010 ... ODP regional team in 2008 and 2009. Personal: Full name is Janese Ajali Atkinson ... daughter of Anthony and Karen Atkinson ... chose UC over West Virginia, Florida State, Indiana, Illinois and Louisville.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2011 12-10 0 0 0 0 2012 18-16 0 0 0 9 TOTAL 30-16 0 0 0 9

MEGAN CRAVENOR 12

Cincinnato, Ohio | Lakota West Jr. | MF | 5-8

2012 (Sophomore): Started all 18 matches at midfield ... scored one goal on the season ... tallied 18 shots, including eight on goal ... recorded second career goal vs. Colorado (9/9) at Denver Invitational ... named to Denver Invitational alltournament team ... took a career-high four shots vs. St. John’s (9/21). 2011 (Freshman): Started all 19 matches on the season at midfield ... scored one goal vs. Notre Dame (9/18) ... took nine shots on the year, including three on-goal. High School: Two-time team captain (2009, 2010) at Lakota West High School for coach Tara Schafer-Kalkhoff ... named first-team Greater Miami Conference as a senior ... earned second-team Greater Miami Conference honors in 2009 ... received the High School Coaches Award as a sophomore and junior ... earned the all-Academic Award and was named academic All-Southwest in 2008 and 2009 ... member of the Classics Hammer FC club team coached by Jamie Harloff ... Cincinnati United Premier 2009 State Champions ... 2008 Players Development Academy (PDA) Champions ... 2008 State Cup Finalist ... 2007 Capital Area Showcase League (CASL) Finalist ... selected to the Ohio South Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team from 2005-2010 and the ODP Regional Pool from 2007-2010. Personal: Full name is Megan Eva Cravenor ... daughter of Kelly and Marilyn Cravenor ... chose UC over West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky and Dayton.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2011 19-19 1 0 2 9 2012 18-17 1 0 2 18 TOTAL 37-36 2 0 4 27

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MACKENZIE GRAUSE 13

Ft. Thomas, Ky. | Highlands Jr. | F | 5-8

MOLLIE WILLIAMS 14

Cincinnati, Ohio | Seton Jr. | D | 5-5

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 18 matches, with 12 starts ... scored three goals ... totaled 35 shots ... tallied team’s lone goal at USF (9/28) ... attempted career-best seven shots vs. St. John’s (9/21) ... produced second goal of season vs. Nebraska (8/2) ... scored game-winner at N.C. State (8/19).

2012 (Sophomore): Saw action in three matches, including 25 minutes at Notre Dame (9/16).

2011 (Freshman): Started all 19 matches on the season at forward ... led Bearcats with 15 points and six goals ... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Sept. 12 ... totaled seasonbest four points at College of Charleston (9/9) after scoring one goal and assisting on two ... took season-high five shot attempts vs. Rutgers (10/16) ... scored two goals vs. Coastal Carolina (9/11).

High School: Four-year varsity starter at Seton High School for coach Ron Quinn ... two-year team captain ... was named the 2007-2008 Rookie of the Year ... voted the 2009-2010 Best Defender ... named the 2010 MVP ... earned second-team allstar in the Girls Greater Cincinnati League (GGCL) ... received the academic All-Star Award.

High School: Team captain for coach Tommy Kearns at Highlands High School ...was the leading scorer for the Bluebirds in 2009 and 2010 ... HHS finished the 2008 season as Kentucky state runners-up ... was voted team’s MVP and Most Valuable Offensive Player in 2009 ... named second-team all-state as a junior ... named all-Northern Kentucky first team in 2009 ... voted the Northern Kentucky Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 ... earned first-team all-state and first-team allNorthern Kentucky as a senior ... scored 50 career goals at HHS, including single-season school record 31 in 2010.

Personal: Full name is Mollie Elisabeth Williams ... daughter of Sheri and Bob Williams ... chose UC over Xavier, Marshall and Dayton.

2011 (Freshman): Saw action in two matches - vs. Coastal Carolina (9/11) and vs. Seton Hall (10/14).

Club: Member of the Classics Hammer FC club team coached by Jamie Harloff ... selected to the Ohio South Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team from 2008-2010 ... part of the ODP regional and national team.

Club: Member of the Classics Hammer FC club team coached by Clay Revis ... member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team from 2005-09. Personal: Full name is Mackenzie Marie Grause ... daughter of Denise and Kenneth Grause ... chose UC over the University of Mississippi.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2011 2-0 0 0 0 0 2012 3-0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 5-0 0 0 0 0

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2011 19-19 6 3 15 49 2012 18-11 3 0 6 35 TOTAL 37-30 9 3 21 74

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Cincinnati, Ohio | Anderson Jr. | D | 5-7

ALEXA FIEHRER 18

Cincinnati, Ohio | Ursuline Jr. | MF | 5-4

2012 (Sophomore): Started all 18 matches at center back ... produced one assist on the season ... attempted eight shots, with four on goal ... tied career-best of one assist vs. St. John’s (9/21).

2012 (Sophomore): Played in 10 matches ... attempted two shots ... took one shot at Notre Dame (9/16) and at USF (9/28).

2011 (Freshman): Started all 19 matches for Cincinnati at midfield ... totaled seven points (three goals, one assist) on the season, good for fifth on the team ... her three goals tied her for third on team ... scored game-winning goal in 87th minute at Northwestern (8/26) ... posted season-best three points (one goal, one assist) vs. Coastal Carolina (9/11) ... took 25 shot attempts, including 10 on-goal.

High School: Played for coach Colleen Dehring at Ursuline Academy of Cincinnati ... voted second-team All-Girls Greater Cincinnati League (GGCL) as a senior ... named a Southwest Ohio High School Coaches Association Academic All-Star in 2009 and 2010 ... also earned the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Academic Award in 2009 and 2010 ... helped Ursuline reach the 2010 Ohio State Regional Semifinals.

High School: All-Ohio Division I Second Team selection senior season ... earned four varsity letters playing soccer for coach Bil Miller at Anderson High School ... named 2010 Fort Ancience Valley Conference Player of the Year ... helped lead squad to 2008 FAVC championship ... named team MVP as a junior and senior ... earned first-team all-FAVC after guiding team to a Sectional Championship and District Runner-up title in 2009 ... served as team captain as a senior, leading team to the FAVC finals ... led the Redskins to sectional, district, and regional championships as a senior ... Anderson was ranked No. 2 in the city, and No. 33 in the ESPN national poll ... earned second-team all-state honors in 2010 ... named first-team all-city and first-team all-FAVC in senior campaign ... awarded Anderson Defender of the Year and FAVC Player of the Year honors as a senior ... member of the Classics Hammer FC club team coached by Jamie Harloff ... a member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team in 2009, the only season she tried out.

Club: Member of the Classics Hammer FC club team coached by Jamie Harloff ... club team won the USYSA Ohio South State Cup Championship in 2009 ... member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP) state team from 2005-07 and 2009 ... part of the ODP Region II team in 2007 and 2009 ... participated in the ODP Interregional Training Camp in Carson, Calif., in 2007.

2011 (Freshman): Did not see action.

Personal: Full name is Alexandra Paige Fiehrer ... daughter of Tom and Wendy Fiehrer ... chose UC over Miami (OH), Indiana, South Carolina, Kentucky and University of Chicago. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 10-0 0 0 0 2 TOTAL 10-0 0 0 0 2

Personal: Full name is Christiana Kathryn Howard ... daughter of Laurie and Bob Howard ... chose UC over Toledo and Xavier.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2011 19-19 3 1 7 25 2012 18-17 0 1 1 8 TOTAL 37-36 3 1 8 33

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KELLY LATIMER Lake Forest, Calif. | El Toro So. | D | 5-4

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2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 matches with 11 starts ... totaled one goal and eight shots on the season ... attempted one corner kick ... scored first-career goal vs. Northeastern (8/31). Club Team: So. Cal Blues. ODP: 94 ODP Pool. High School: A four-year letterwinner at El Toro High School ... led team to semifinials of the California Interscholastic Federation. Personal: Kelly E. Latimer ... born Sept. 22, 1994 ... daughter of Tim and Julie Latimer ... has an older brother, Sean, and a younger sister, Nikki ... chose UC over Ohio State, UCLA, Boise State and California-Riverside. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 14-11 1 0 2 18 TOTAL 14-11 1 0 2 18

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2012 (Freshman at Central Michigan): MAC All-Freshman Team ... College Sports Madness MAC Player of the Week (9/4) ... made first career start against Detroit (8/17) ... recorded her first career goal off the bench along with one assist at Dayton (8/31) ... notched a goal in a 2-0 win over Toledo (10/5) ... recorded one goal in a 3-0 win over Buffalo (10/14) ... scored the team’s only goal in the 2-1 loss to Miami in the MAC Tournament Final (11/4). High School: Helped lead team to 2011 Provincial League Championships and Ontario/Quebec Challenge Cup ... team won the 2010 Canadian National Championship ... won first Ontario Cup and Provincial League Championships in 2010 ... was honored by the City of Pickering and Durham Region in 2011 ... qualified for the Ontario Cup finals from 2008-10 ... averaged 20 goals per season for club team, Pickering Soccer Club. Personal: Full name is Danielle Tamara Laurie Rotheram ... daughter of Tammy Rotheram and Jamie Cormier. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 (CMU) 22-11 4 3 11 32 TOTAL 22-11 4 3 11 32

MACKENZIEREYNOLDS

HALEIGH HOFF 4

Winfield, W. Va. | Winfield So. | F | 5-8

Toronto, Ont. | Holy Trinity So. | F | 5-3

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Newburgh, Ind. | Reitz Memorial So. | F | 5-9

2012 Season (Freshman at Kentucky): Saw first-career action at Ole Miss, logging three minutes.

2011 Season (Freshman at Tennessee): Saw action in three games, playing a total of 22 minutes.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Winfield High School ... Four-time West Virginia High School Soccer Coaches Association (WVHSSCA) All-State selection ... named the 2011 WVHSSCA Player of the Year ... named the 2010 WVHSSCA Forward of the Year ... named the 2011 National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) All-America Scholar Athlete of the Year ...was the West Virginia High School Girls Soccer 2012 Gatorade Player of the Year ... a 2010 & 2011 NSCAA All-America Team selection ... advanced to the 2010 state Final Four and was the 2011 state Runner-up ... member of the first AAA Division team to go undefeated during the regular season her freshman year ... led Winfield HS in goals and assists all four seasons.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Reitz Memorial High School ... earned All-City, All-Southern Indiana Athletic Conference (SIAC), All-District and All-State accolades during her senior year ... named the MVP of the North/South AllStar game with three goals and two assists ... led the team to Top-10 showings in the NSCAA Adidas National rankings each year, and earned the No. 1 ranking in the Regional rankings ... team also was ranked in the Top-10 of the ESPN/Rise National rankings each season ... won the ESPN/Rise Zionsville National Championship in 2010 and was the runner-up in 2011 ... fourtime winner of both the Evansville City Championship and the SIAC Championship ... finished her career with 47 goals and 56 assists ... ranks among the top-10 for career assists in the Indiana High School Athletic Association record book .

Personal: Full name is Haleigh Elizabeth Hoff ... daughter of Marshall and Stacy Hoff ... has two sisters, Erika and Savannah, and one brother, Bryson ... sister Erika played soccer at Concord University ... majoring in Political Science. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 (UK) 1-0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 1-0 0 0 0 0

Club: Played for the SWISA Rush club team and the Olympic Development team ... winner of the 2011 Indiana State Cup ... played in the Premiere Midwest Regional League (MRL) in 2010 and 2011 with a third place showing in 2011 ... made the Indiana State ODP team in 2010 and 2011 ... SWISA record holder with 78 career assists and second with 131 goals. Personal: Full name is Mackenzie Nicole Reynolds ... daughter of Troy and Mindy Reynolds ... has one sister, Megan ... cousin Drew Overman played baseball at IPFW. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 (UT) 3-0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 3-0 0 0 0 0

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CALLIE TAYLOR

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Long Beach, Calif. | Los Alamitos So. | F | 5-10

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 18 matches, including 17 starts ... totaled one goal, three assists and took 19 shots, including eight on goal ... scored one goal at Seton Hall (10/12) ... tied career-best of three shots at Seton Hall (10/12) and vs. Villanova (10/7). Club Team: Beach F.C. High School: A four-year varsity letterwinner at Los Alamitos High School ... named a first team all-league sophomore and junior seasons ... named to second team all Continential Interscholastic Federation in 2011 ... a two-year captian who earned all-Excalibur Tournament honors junior season ... lettered in volleyball all four years ... named volleyball team’s MVP freshman year and defensive MVP junior year ... guided squad to league championship sophomore season and was named a second-team all-league performer junior year.

NATALIE SMITH

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2012 (Freshman): Redshirted. Club Team: Cincinnati Soccer Alliance Elite. High School: A two-time first-team all-Girls Greater Cincinnati League selection ... named first-team all-Southwest Ohio recipient after recording 10 shutouts her junior year ... guided St. Ursula Academy to a No. 12 national ranking by ESPN Rise her senior season... led team to No. 1 ranking by the NCSAA and No. 2 by ESPN Rise in 2010 after posting nine shutouts. Personal: Natalie Camille Smith ... born Nov. 6, 1993 in Cincinnati, Ohio ... daughter of Kent and Maureen Smith ... has one brother, Kelley Luke ... chose UC over Purdue, OSU, Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern, Toledo, Miami (OH), Ohio and Dayton.

MADISON MELNICK

Personal: Callie Taylor ... born April 4, 1994 ... daughter of David Taylor and Sharon Taylor ... chose UC over Irvine, Baylor and TCU. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 18-16 1 3 5 19 TOTAL 18-16 1 3 5 19

LAURA ROSE

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Cincinnati, Ohio | Walnut Hills So. | F | 5-1

2012 (Freshman): Started first 11 matches of season before suffering leg injury vs. Syracuse (9/23) ... led team in total points (11) and goals (5) ... finished second on team in shot attempts (38) ... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Aug. 20 after scoring three goals her first two collegiate matches ... finished tied for ninth in points per game in the BIG EAST (1.00)... scored two goals against N.C. State (8/19) ... scored golden goal vs. St. John’s (9/21). Club Team: Cincinnati Soccer Alliance. High School: A four-year letterwinner at Walnut Hills High School ... received all-Southwest Ohio and first-team all-city honors senior season ... named a first team all-Fort Ancient Valley Conference freshman and senior seasons ... served as team captain sophomore and senior years ... earned second team all-FAVC honors sophomore year and was an honorable mention junior year ... ran on the Walnut Hills 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams that were conference champions her sophomore season. Personal: Laura Elizabeth Rose ... born June 27, 1994 ... daughter of Mary Jo Rose ... has one older brother, Michael, and two older sisters, Jennifer and Chelsea ... Chose Cincinnati over Florida State, Kansas, South Carolina, Dayton, Wright State, West Virginia, Iowa, Kentucky, Xavier and Louisville. Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots 2012 11-10 5 1 11 38 TOTAL 11-10 5 1 11 38

Cincinnati, Ohio | St. Ursula Academy RS-Fr. | GK | 5-6

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Mason, Ohio | William Mason Fr. | MF | 5-7

High School: Three-year letterwinner at William Mason High School ... state runner-up and Greater Miami Conference (GMC) champion in 2012 ... named First Team All-State and First Team AllGMC her senior year ... Second Team All-State and First Team AllGMC in 2011 ... regional semifinalist in 2011 ... named First Team All-GMC in 2010 when her team won the GMC Championship and was a regional semifinalist ... part of an undefeated team that went 17-0 her freshman season ... also a three-year letterwinner in basketball. Personal: Full name is Madison Hope Melnick ... daughter of Paul and Tammy Melnick ... has one sister, Hilliary.

KAYLA UTLEY

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Castro Valley, Calif. | Castro Valley Fr. | D | 5-5

High School: Varsity soccer team captain at Castro Valley High School from 2011-2013 ... helped lead team to the semi finalis in the NCS for the 2012-2013 season ... co-champions of conference in 2010-2011 season ... named varsity soccer first team all league, 2nd team All-East Bay, and was awarded Best Defensive and Most Inspirational player by teammates and coach her senior year ... named varsity soccer First Team All-League, Third Team All-East Bay, and awarded Best Defensive Player by teammates and coach her junior year ... also received awards and honorable mention playing basketball for Castro Valley High School. Club: Was a member of Mustang conference club, which ranked 12th in the nation ... team was the 2010 Surf Cup Champion, the 2011 CYSA State Cup Champion, and the 2011 CYSA Regional Champion ... member of the 2012 region IV team ... member of the ODP CA North State Team 2008-2012. Personal: Full name is Kayla Anne Utley ... daughter of Jon and Alicia Utley ... has one sister, Kristina, who plays soccer at UC. CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER ∙ 15

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ALANA MCSHANE

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Dunamanagh, Northern Ireland | Holy Cross College Strabane Fr. | D | 5-10

High School: Helped lead team to win the Northern Ireland Cup in 2011 and 2013 ... qualified to the elite stages of the U-19 European Championships in 2012 and topped the group to qualify for the elite stages in 2013 ... was a member of the division 4 NIWFA league and cup winners in 2010, division 3 NIWFA league and cup winners in 2011, and division 2 NIWFA cup winners in 2012 ... played for Northern Ireland at the U-17, U-19, and Senior levels ... played Gaelic football at county level from U-14 through the Senior level ... was a member of the U-18 Ulster champions and All-Star Ireland finalists in 2012 with County Tyrone ... named on the U-20 Ulster Schools All-Star team 2011 and 2012. Personal: Full name is Alana Marie McShane ... daughter of Michael and Carmel McShane ... has five sisters, Emma, Susan, Angeline, Brenda and Joanna, and two brothers, Liam and James.

BAILEY WILSON

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High School: District champion all four years at Dublin Coffman High School ... regional finalist for 2010 and 2011 seasons ... Ohio Capital Conference (OCC) champ for both the 2011 and 2012 seasons ... received Second Team All-State and Super 12 Team honors her senior year ... received Super 12 Team, OCC Player of the Year, and Second Team All-State honors her junior year ... named First Team All-OCC her sophomore year ... was on the Honor Roll all four years ... also played basketball for Dublin Coffman High School. Club: Three-time Ohio State Cup Champion ... was a USYSA Region II finalist in 2009 and 2011 ... was ECNL National Champion in 2013. Personal: Full name is Bailey Ann Wilson ... daughter of Matt and Sharon Wilson ... has one brother, Ethan.

TAYLOR NELSON

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Personal: Full name is Taylor Ashley Nelson ... daughter of Dennis and Cheryl Nelson ... has one sister, Hailey.

KATY COUPERUS 20

Ft. Collins, Colo. | Fort Collins Fr. | MF | 5-8

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Fort Collins High School ... named First Team All-State her senior year ... National Soccer Coaches of America All-Region selection (2013) ... Coloradoan Newspaper Spring Athlete of the Year (2013) ... recipient of the Eleanor Troxell Award for the Fort Collins High School outstanding female student athlete (2013) ... Front Range League Athlete of the Year (2013) ... four-year All-Conference honoree ... fouryear Academic All-State first team selection ... also a three-year letterwinner in basketball. Club: Played for three years on the Colorado State Olympic Development Program (ODP) team (2009-12) ... named to the Regional ODP team in 2009 and 2012 ... named the MVP of the State Cup in 2012 for the U-16 team. Personal: Full name is Kaitlyn Elizabeth Couperus ... daughter of Jean and Paul Couperus ... has one brother, Chris, who played soccer at Southern Connecticut University and Regis Jesuit.

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Ft. Collins, Colo. | Fossil Ridge Fr. | D | 5-6

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Fossil Ridge High School ... four-year All-Front Range Conference selection ... named a team captain her junior and senior years ... two-time State Quarterfinalist (2011 and 2012) ... two-time State Semifinalist (2010 and 2013) ... also lettered, and earned All-Conference honors, in track and field.

Dublin, Ohio | Dublin Coffman Fr. | MF | 5-9

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New Richmond, Ohio | Archbishop McNicholas Fr. | GK | 5-7

High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Archbishop McNicholas High School ... advanced to the regional finals in 2012 ... was named First Team All-GGCL (Girls’ Greater Cincinnati League), All-Southwest and Team MVP her senior year while also being chosen for the Senior All-Star game ... Regional Semifinalist, First Team All-GGCL, All-Southwest and Team MVP her junior year ... Regional Finalist and the GGCL leader in shutouts her sophomore year ... advanced to the Sectional Finals her freshman season ... finished her career with 32 varsity shutouts and 49 goals against in 63 games played ... was a member of the Dean’s List for four years. Personal: Full name is Alexandra Paige Thul ... daughter of Barb and Andy Thul ... has one sister, Karli.

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HEAD COACH NEIL STAFFORD Neil Stafford was named the fifth head coach in the history of University of Cincinnati women’s soccer by UC director of athletics Whit Babcock on Nov. 26, 2012.

In Stafford’s first season with CMU, the Chippewas won their first Mid-American Conference title behind a defense that led the nation with 19 shutouts. CMU went 17-4-3 and posted an unblemished 9-0-2 record in MAC play, becoming the first team in conference history to post an unbeaten league record.

Stafford arrived at UC from Central Michigan University, where he has spent the last four years, including the past two as head coach, and eight seasons as the head coach at Assumption (Mass.) College. His overall coaching record in 10 seasons is 102-71-9.

Prior to his time as an assistant at CMU, Stafford spent eight seasons as the head women’s soccer coach at Assumption, where he is the program’s all-time winningest coach with a 72-61-15 ledger.

In his second season with CMU, Stafford guided the team a 15-7-1 record and the Mid-American Conference’s first at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament, where they lost to Michigan in the first round in overtime, 2-1. CMU finished as the MAC regular-season and tournament runners-up, allowing the fewest goals in conference play (six) and posting the most shutouts (six).

At Assumption, he was named the Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year in 2004 after guiding the Greyhounds to their first NE-10 conference final, NCAA Division II Tournament berth and NCAA Regional final appearance. Assumption finished the season 14th in the nation with a final record of 15-6. Stafford’s squad followed up the breakthrough 2004 campaign with another NCAA Tournament appearance in 2005, finishing 15-4-4 and returning to the NCAA Regional finals, climbing as high as third in the nation.

Stafford’s players earned a plethora of honors in 2012, headlined by Bailey Brandon earning MAC Defensive Player of the Year. Brandon joined four others on the All-MAC First Team, while three Chippewas received MAC All-Freshman honors. Brandon and goalkeeper Stefanie Turner earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team honors for the second consecutive year. In his first season at the helm, CMU posted one of the most successful seasons in program history. The Chippewas finished with a 15-3-3 record for a school-record .786 winning percentage. CMU’s three losses in 2011 were the fewest in a single season in program history. The Chippewas ranked fifth in the country in goals-against average in 2011, allowing just 0.41 goals per contest. Their seven goals allowed in the regular season set a MAC record, breaking the conference’s previous record of 12. Stafford mentored five All-MAC selections in 2011, including four first-team selections and MAC Defensive Player of the Year Liesel Toth. Just as impressively, six players were named Capitol One/CoSIDA Academic All-District V selections, including three first-team selections, also the most in program history. Stafford’s arrival to Central Michigan as an assistant coach in 2009 coincided with the program’s two-year reign of the Mid-American Conference. The Chippewas finished the 2010 campaign repeating as regular season and MAC tournament champions, earning their second-straight NCAA tournament berth. The Chippewas produced four first-team All-MAC selections, three Allfreshman selections and eight Academic All-MAC selections during Stafford’s second season as an assistant coach. CMU became one of two teams in MAC history to win 10 conference games and earn 30 points since the league went to an 11-match format.

Stafford arrived at Assumption in 2000 as associate head coach of both the men’s and women’s soccer programs. Assumption set a men’s team record for wins (13), earned a second straight Northeast-10 Conference playoff berth and then won the ECAC Division II championship. Stafford attended Norwich University, competing in both tennis and soccer, and was named an all-region NESCAC player before transferring to Southern New Hampshire. He led the Penmen to a two-year record of 29-4-4 and then joined the coaching staff as an assistant coach for three years (1995-97), during which the team advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. He also played professionally with the Boston Storm of the USL. Stafford was named the Director of Operations with the Boston Renegades (W-League) in 1998 and was also Director of the W-1 National Championships in Boston that year. He later served as the head assistant coach of the Boston Renegades under Peter Bradley (1999-2001). The Renegades advanced to three national final fours and won two W-League National Championships in his final three years. His U-18 Renegades were the national runner-ups in 2000. Stafford also worked with Seacoast United Soccer Club in Hampton, N.H., as the Girls Coaching Director (2002-05). In the summer of 2004, Stafford’s Seacoast United Girls 15 squad won its first Super Y-League National Championship. Stafford earned his bachelor’s degree from Southern New Hampshire in 1996 while majoring in sociology.

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ASSISTANT COACH GARY CURNEEN Gary Curneen joined the University of Cincinnati women’s soccer coaching staff in January 2013 after serving the past nine seasons as the head coach for the Wingate University women’s soccer program, where he compiled an overall record of 95-48-8. Curneen led the 2012 Bulldogs to a 14-3-1 overall record and their first NCAA tournament at-large bid. The Bulldogs went 13-1-1 in the regular season, going 8-1 in conference play for the second straight year and advancing to the South Atlantic Conference championship match for the third straight season. Twenty of Curneen’s student-athletes earned All-SAC honors during his Wingate tenure, including: 2012 SAC Player of the Year Jade Montgomery; 2011 All-America Kelly Adams; and defender Heather Schlick, who was named to the 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica first team. One of Curneen’s former studentathletes, Kerstin Williams. The 2011 season was a historic year for Wingate, winning a program-record 16 matches. The Bulldogs went 16-4 on the year and defeated fifth-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne in the SAC championship match to earn their first SAC tournament title and, subsequently, their first NCAA Tournament bid. Curneen held the previous programrecord mark of 14 wins set in 2008.

In 2010, Curneen led the Bulldogs to a 13-3-3 overall record, and 7-1-1 in the SAC, which was good for a thirdplace finish in the conference, and their first appearance in the SAC tournament championship game. Curneen served two seasons as assistant men’s soccer coach at Wingate prior to taking over the reins of the women’s soccer program. In addition to his coaching ledger at Wingate, Curneen has served the Union County Soccer Association as a team trainer for various age groups (U-9 to U-16). He has been an assistant director in the Olympic Development Program for the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association (NCYSA), directing all aspects of training for U-11 girls. Curneen possesses an “A” coaching license from the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). He holds the premier diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Curneen was a marketing intern for the Boston Bulldogs of the A League and the Boston Renegades of the W-League for two summers. As a Bulldog student-athlete, Curneen earned four letters in men’s soccer. Curneen helped Wingate earn its first NCAA Division II playoff berth in 1999. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree (MBA) at Wingate University.

ASSISTANT COACH NATE LIE Nate Lie joined the University of Cincinnati women’s soccer program in January 2013 as assistant coach/ recruiting coordinator after spending the previous four seasons in the same capacity for his alma mater, Miami University. During his four-year stint at Miami, the RedHawks compiled an overall record of 54-26-5, including a 25-14-5 MidAmerican Conference mark. Most recently in 2012, Lie helped guide Miami to the MAC regular-season and tournament championships; as well a trip to the second round of the NCAA Championship after the RedHawks went 20-3-1 record (10-0-1 MAC). Sixteen RedHawks garnered All-MAC honors during Lie’s CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 18

tenure at Miami, including forward Jess Kodiak, who in 2012 was named a NSCAA third-team All-America selection and the MAC Offensive Player of the Year. In his first year on the sidelines, Lie helped lead Miami to the Mid-American Conference tournament championship game. As a student-athlete at Miami from 1996-2000, Lie was a two-time Academic All-MAC selection for the men’s soccer program, earning First-Team Academic All-MAC honors in 1998, in addition to Academic All-Ohio accolades that same season. In 1997, Lie earned Second-Team All-MAC honors. Lie graduated from Miami in 2000 with bachelor’s degrees in economics and finance.

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2012 STATISTICS OFFENSE STATISTICS Player GP-GS Min Laura Rose 11-10 712 Mackenzie Grause 18-11 1142 Callie Taylor 18-16 1332 Katie Greer 18-16 1265 Jazmine Rhodes 11-8 699 Lauren Hettinger 18-3 775 Kaylee Dakers 18-17 1637 Megan Cravenor 18-17 1537 Kelly Latimer 14-11 751 Liz Miller 10-1 235 Evi Ranson 18-8 915 Christi Howard 18-17 1631 Kate Schmidt 18-17 1638 Emily Elsbrock 18-0 661 Jae Atkinson 18-16 1391 Kristina Utley 18-18 1687 Chris Reed 7-0 85 Sally Beiting 1-0 2 Kayla Karlsson 7-2 185 Mollie Williams 3-0 46 Sydney Tomlinson 1-0 0 Total 18-18 Opponents 18-18

G 5 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 39

A 1 0 3 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 35

Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 11 38 .132 12 .316 1 0-0 6 35 .086 12 .343 1 0-0 5 19 .053 8 .421 0 0-0 5 17 .059 7 .412 1 0-0 3 39 .026 16 .410 0 0-0 3 10 .100 5 .500 1 0-0 3 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 2 18 .056 8 .444 0 0-0 2 8 .125 2 .250 0 0-0 2 2 .500 2 1.000 0 0-0 1 22 .000 9 .409 0 0-0 1 8 .000 4 .500 0 0-0 1 3 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 10 .000 6 .600 0 0-0 0 9 .000 2 .222 0 0-0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 45 244 .061 95 .389 4 0-0 113 364 .107 167 .459 13 1-3

GOALKEEPER STATISTICS Player GP-GS Min GA GAA Saves Sv% W L T Sho Kristina Utley 18-18 1693:14 39 2.07 125 .762 4 10 1 2.0 Team --- --- 0 0.00 3 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 Total 18-18 1693:14 29 2.07 128 .766 4 10 1 2 Opponents 18-18 1693:14 15 0.80 80 .842 10 4 1 7

2012 RESULTS

Date Opponent Aug. 17 at Elon Aug. 19 at North Carolina State Aug. 26 Northeastern Aug. 31 Eastern Kentucky Sept. 02 Nebraska Sept. 7 vs. UC Irvine Sept. 9 vs. Colorado Sept. 14 DePaul* Sept. 16 at Notre Dame* Sept. 21 St. John’s* Sept. 23 Syracuse* Sept. 28 at South Florida* Sept. 30 at Marquette* Oct. 5 Georgetown* Oct. 7 Villanova* Oct. 12 at Seton Hall* Oct. 14 at Rutgers* Oct. 19 at Louisville*

W/L T (O2) W W (O2) W L L L L L W (O2) L L L L L L L L (O2)

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

Att. 342 537 1128 841 438 --550 853 714 628 274 885 436 436 647 387 417 530

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Cutter, Jamie, 1996 -AAdler, Lynn, 1981 Albrinck, Bridget, 1993 Albrinck, Kathy, 1988-89 Allen, Jody, 1988-89 Alldred, Cara, 2004-05 Amato, Deja, 2008 Amon, Kim, 1987-90 Andrews, Jessica, 1990-95 Angilecchia, Paulette, 1993-96 Antrobus, Jenny, 1995-98 Antrobus, Vanessa, 1996-99 Atkinson, Jae, 2011-pres. Atzel, Betsy, 1987 Auer, Natalie, 1994 Aylward, Lisa, 1986

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Bala, Sheree, 1993 Balconi, Renee, 2001-04 Ballinger, Logan, 2007-11 Baluta, Kristen, 2002 Barker, Sydney, 2008-10 Barnette, Rachel, 2009 Barrett, Ana, 2003-06 Beiting, Sally, 2012 Bennett, Katrina, 1996-98 Bien, Becky, 1988 Bigg, Melissa, 2006-09 Biggs, Alyson, 1988-91 Black, Dana, 1982 Blomstrom, Lisa, 1986 Bouldin, Andrea, 2006-2008 Braun, Jennifer, 1989-92 Brewer, Christine, 2009 Brindle, Stephanie, 2006-07 Brooks, Shannon, 2000 Brumfield, Tracy, 1987 Brunsman, Connie, 1983 Bruewer, Amy, 2002 Buchman, Theresa, 1985-87 Buczek, Katie, 2010-12 Buland, Lauren, 2002-05 Burch, Kelly, 1991-94 Burke, Michelle, 1997-00 Burwinkel, Beth, 1987 Bux, Aimee, 2008

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Cain, Erin, 200-02

Capurro, Lorraine, 1980-81 Cassidy, Kati, 1989-92 Christy, Tina, 1983 Clark, Jamie, 2003-05 Clark, Lauren, 1996-99 Clark, Lisa, 2006-2008 Clendenen, D.D., 1981 Coakley, Kara, 1986-90 Conway, Kathy, 1981-82 Corie, Beth, 1984 Coyne, Courtney, 1989 Cowen, Kim, 1991 Cravenor, Megan, 2011-pres. Cross, Dana, 1988 Cummins, Darci, 1992 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 20

Dakers, Kaylee, 2009-12 Daly, Naoise, 1995 Daniels, Ashley, 2009-11 Day, Lisa, 1997-01 DeCarlo, Julie, 1991-93 Dejianne, Lynda, 1989 Demetriou, Alex, 1989 Doerflein, Jen, 2004-05 Domanic, Natalie, 2010-12 Doutt, Sara, 2009 Duvall, Sonya, 1983

Havlin, Dawn, 1989-92 Hebbeler, Emily, 2007-11 Hedger, Anne, 1982-85 Heintzelman, Heather, 1995-98 Hellmuth, Heidi, 1983 Herweh, Heather, 1999-02 Hettinger, Lauren, 2010-12 Higdon, Nicole, 1993 Hoeting, Nancy, 1982-85 Hoetting, Deborah, 1980 Hoffman, Christy, 1997-01 Homer, Lisa, 1993 Howard, Christi, 2011-pres. Hoye, Mary Elizabeth, 1980 Huth, Lisa, 1991-94

-E-

-I-

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Eaton, Sarah, 1997-00 Eberly, Brooke, 2009-10 Edwards, Colleen, 1984-87 Elliott, Taylor, 2011 Elsbrock, Emily, 2010-pres. Eicher, Cindy, 1999-00 Epps, Rachael, 2003-06 Ernst, Gigi, 2004-07

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Faecher, Chris, 1983-84 Farmer, Ana, 2004-06 Fellerhoff, Becky, 1980-82 Fiehrer, Alexa, 2011-pres. Firman, Jill, 1999-02 Flanagan, Krystin, 1994-97 France, Sarah, 1993 Frelin, Heather, 1991 Foley, Sherri, 1992-95 Fox, Amy, 1984-85

-G-

Galea, Lauren, 1996-99 Gard, Alice, 1990 Gardner, Tricia, 2006-07 Gendrew, Marche, 2001-02 Gerding, Tracey, 1996-97 Gers, Shannon, 1988-91 Gibson, April, 2008-pres. Glenn, Kerrie, 1982-85 Glenn, Stacie, 1985-87 Goldberg, Kalli, 2007 Goldthwaite, Shelly, 1983 Grause, Mackenzie, 2011-pres. Green, Krissy, 1985-87 Greer, Katie, 2010-pres. Griffin, Lisa, 1992-93

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Hale, Tracy, 2001-04 Hamel, Susan, 1980 Haney, Andrea, 2004, 2005 Haney, Heather, 2006 Hansen, Brittney, 2005-09 Hardin, Vanessa, 2006-09 Harmon, Meg, 1981 Harris, Leslie, 1985-88

Ignatius, Lisa, 1983 Imhoff, Becky, 2003-06

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Janning, Judy, 1980-81 Janszen, Theresa, 1984 Jedlo, Kim, 2000 Johannigman, Jenn, 2005-2008 Johnson, Ambri, 2012 Johnson, Katie, 2009-11 Jones, Chris, 1982-85 Juengling, Jenny, 1994

-K-

Kabb, Julie, 1993-95 Kalberer, Kristen, 1983 Kaminski, Andrea, 2006-09 Karlsson, Kayla, 2012 Kaufman, Erin, 2008-11 Keith, Jenny, 1994 Kendrick, Keri, 1999, 2000 Kerr, Laura, 1987-90 Kindschuh, Chelsea, 2005-2008 Kipling, Jenny, 1990 Kirsch, Sarah, 1993-96 Klein, Jackie, 1994 Klinger, Lara, 1992-93 Knotts, Karen, 1995 Koch, Lisa, 1990-92 Koesters, Amy, 1990 Krauser, Jodi, 1985-87 Krauser, Julie, 1984-87 Kronauge, Kathy, 1985-87 Kyser, Stacey, 1999-02

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Lampe, Janine, 1989-92 Latimer, Kelly, 2012-pres. Lee, Heather, 1993-96 Legge, Jessica, 2003-06 Leiter, Jennifer, 2004-05 Lieberman, Rachel, 2000-03 Lines, Sandy, 1981 Listermann, Kathy, 1980-81 Logan, Shane, 1991-92 Loggins, Kendall, 2007-pres. Lorenz, Connie, 1981

Loew, Lori, 1986-90 Lucas, Lauren, 2008-09 Luse, Nicki, 1998-01 Lyle, Sherry, 2006 Lysaught, Patty, 1981

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MacDonald, Erin, 2006-09 Maine, Erica, 2006-07 Malone, Coleen, 1983-87 Matlock, Tina, 1995-98 Mauren, Gabrielle, 1995-96 May, Amy, 2003-06 May, Kristin, 2005-2008 Mays, Jennifer, 1990 Mazzone, Missy, 1986 McCaffrey, Julie, 1994-95 McClure, Katherine, 1980 McHugh, Maureen, 1980-83 McKinney, Deb, 1980-82 McMahon, Colleen, 1982-85 McQueeney, Cathy, 1984-85 Meiners, Jen, 1997-00 Meyer, Angie, 2001-04 Miller, Leslie, 1990-91 Miller, Liz, 2009-12 Miller, Rebecca, 2003 Mink, Amy, 2001, 2002, 2004 Moncrief, Anna, 1998 Moore, Ashley, 1999-02 Morris, Becca, 2003 Morrissey, Julie, 2008-10 Munk, Beth, 1991 Munn, Amy, 1988-91 Murphy, Ashley, 2000-03 Murphy, Heather, 1985

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Naer, Joy, 1993-96 Neiser, Heather, 2006-09 Niemann, Andi, 1982-85 Niemann, Vicki, 1980-83 Norton, Kate, 2003-06 Noteboom, Lindsey, 2005-2008

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O’Brien, Katie, 1991 Ogden, Tiffany, 1996-00 Oliver, Tianna, 1999-02 Olmstead, Sharon, 1984 Onnen, Amanda, 2000-03

-P-

Paderi, Beth, 1996-99 Paffe, Robin, 1984-87 Pangburn, Kristen, 1993-96 Parker, Ellen, 2007-2008 Patterson, Denita, 1980 Paulette, Suzanna, 1995-98 Pauloff, Ruth Ann, 1981 Pawelko, Kelli, 2008-11 Pflaumer, Nancy, 1988-89 Pearson, Kristy, 1992 Peloza, Linda, 1987

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Peterson, Lana, 1990 Petree, Erin, 2010-11 Pfeffer, Diane, 1998 Pflaumer, Nancy, 1988-89 Plageman, Eileen, 1983-85 Pohl, Tracy, 1994-97 Polaski, Leah, 1999-01

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Ranson, Evi, 2009-12 Raynolds, Katherine, 1997 Reardon, Shannon, 1998-00 Reed, Chris, 2011-12 Reinhart, Hilary, 1998 Retallick, Cynthia, 1992 Rhoades, Holly, 1987-90 Rhodes, Jazmine, 2010-12 Richard, Jami, 1992-95 Ricke, Susan, 1981 Riffle, Tara, 1993-94 Righter, Wendy, 1983 Rigsbee, Kelly, 1999-02 Roberto, Leslie, 1986-89 Rodeheffer, Amy, 1996-99 Romanelli, Lauren, 2010-11 Romano, Marcella, 1995 Rose, Laura, 2012-pres. Rosser, Erin, 1992-94 Roush, Ashley, 2001-2006 Royer, Camille, 2007 Ryan, Amanda, 2004-05

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Sanda, Nicole, 2005-07

Sansalone, Angela, 1986 Schehr, Colleen, 1985-86 Schehr, Linda, 1983 Schmidt, Kate, 2010-pres. Schmitt, Melanie, 1990 Schneider, Amy, 1980 Schreibeis, Adele, 1980-83 Schutte, Dee Dee, 1993-96 Schutte, Lisa, 1997-98 Scott, Alexis, 2010-11 Seaman, Amber, 2012 Shelton, Kathy, 1991-94 Sibert, Jennifer, 2002-04 Simonson, Amy, 1999-02 Slye, Sherry, 2002-05 Smith, Dana, 1995-98 Smith, Natalie, 2012-pres. Smith, Shauna, 2007 Smolarczyk, Katrina, 1990 Smolilo, Teresa, 2005-08 Stanko, Kerry, 1992-95 Stanley, Kristen, 1987-88 Stefanopoulos, Jody, 1982 Stefek, Michelle, 1989 Stephens, Lisa, 2001-04 Stetter, Julie, 1980 Strelka, Marie, 2001-05 Sullivan, Shannon, 1988

Sykes, Kim, 2005-2008 Szakal, Jenny, 1988-91

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Taylor, Callie, 2012-pres. Taylor, Kelly, 1986-89 Teegarden, Bridget, 1992-94 Teetor, Raynee, 1987 Tepe, Angela Marie, 1980 Thal, Lisa, 1984 Theobald, Cindy, 1984 Thomas, Ann, 1997-01 Thomas, Brooke, 1997-98 Thorne, Nicole, 1993-96 Tomlinson, Sydney, 2012 Truesdale, Anna, 1992

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Uhlhorn, Mary, 1984-85 Unkenholt, Cindy, 1991 Upson, Nicki, 1986-87 Upson, Samantha, 1985 Utley, Kristina, 2011-pres.

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Vilvens, Vicky, 1996-98 Volker, Barb, 1985-88 Vorbroker, Kimberly, 1980

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Wagner, Tasha,, 2000-03 Wallace, Lori, 1986-89 Waltz, Kara, 1992-95 Wargo, Elizabeth, 2011 Waters, Kim, 1982 Weaver, Lori, 1996-97 Weyer, Wendy, 1981 Wheeler, Dawn, 1982-84 Whitehead, Meredith, 2005 Wiebe, Ericka, 1980 Wilhelm, Theresa, 1980-81 Wilkins, Sally, 1980 Williams, Julie, 1981-84 Williams, Melissa Sue, 1981 Williams, Mollie, 2011-pres. Williams, Rachel, 1992 Wilson, Kathy, 1996-99 Wilson, Kristina, 2000-03 Wissel, Mary, 1980 Womack, Susan, 1982

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Young, Kay, 2008-11

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Zahedi, Sanam, 2010-11 Zuelch, Melissa, 1991

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BEARCATS HONORS Athletics Honors NSCAA All-American Ann Thomas 2nd Lori Wallace 2nd Julie Krauser 2nd Leslie Roberto 2nd Vicki Niemann 3rd Deb McKinney 1st

2001 1989 1986 1986 1981,1983 1980

ISAA Senior Recognition Julie McCaffrey Lori Loew Lori Wallace Barbara Volker Robin Paffe

1995 1991 1989 1988 1987

Soccer Buzz Freshman All-Americans Brooke Thomas 2nd 1997 Christy Hoffman HM 1997 Olympic Sports Festival Janine Lampe Leslie Roberto Deb McKinney

1992 1988 1984

SoccerBuzz All-Great Lakes Kristin May 3rd 2008 Tasha Wagner 2nd 2002 3rd 2003 Amy Simonson 2nd 2002 Heather Herweh 1st 2001,2002 Christy Hoffman 1st 2001 Ann Thomas 1st 2001 Nickie Luse 3rd 2001 Tiffany Ogden 3rd 2000 Paulette Angillechia 2nd 1996 Tina Matlock 2nd 1997 Tracy Pohl 2nd 1997 Nicole Thorne 3rd 1996 Christy Hoffman 3rd 1997 Brooke Thomas 3rd 1997 Tina Matlock 3rd 1998 Soccer Buzz All-Freshman Great Lakes Lisa Stephens 2001 Kim Jedlo 2000 Christy Hoffman 1997 Brooke Thomas 1997 All-BIG EAST Kristin May Erin MacDonald All-Conference USA Renee Balconi Tasha Wagner 1st 2001 Kristina Wilson Heather Herweh Amy Simonson Christy Hoffman Ann Thomas Nickie Luse Lisa Stephens Tiffany Ogden Jen Meiners Kim Jedlo Amy Rodeheffer Tina Matlock CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 22

2nd 2nd

2008 2007

2nd 2nd

2004 2003

2nd 2001, 2003 3rd 2000 1st 2001,2002 2nd 2002 1st 2001 2nd 2000 3rd 1997 1st 2001 3rd 1999 3rd 2001 3rd 2001 1st 2000 2nd 1999 2nd 2000 3rd 2000 2nd 1999 3rd 1998 1st 1997,1998

2nd Suzanne Paulette 2nd Tracy Pohl 1st 3rd 2nd VickyVilvens 2nd Lauren Galea 3rd Paulette Angilecchia 1st Joy Naber 1st Nicole Thorne 2nd Krystin Flanagan 3rd 2nd Julie McCaffrey 1st Kerry Stanko 2nd

1996 1997,1998 1997 1996 1995 1997 1997 1995,1996 1995,1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995

C-USA All-Freshman Lisa Stephens Kim Jedlo Ann Thomas Brooke Thomas Lauren Clark Heather Heintzelman Tina Matlock

2001 2000 1998 1997 1996 1995 1995

C-USA Player of the Year Paulette Angilecchia

1995,1996

C-USA Defender of the Year Christy Hoffman Tracy Pohl Nicole Thorne Julie McCaffrey

2001 1997 1996 1995

C-USA All-Tournament Tasha Wagner 2002 - Off.MVP Tasha Wagner 2002 - MV MF Stacey Kyser 2002 - Def.MVP Heather Herweh 2002 Amy Mink 2002 Christy Hoffman 2001, 1997 MV GK Ann Thomas 2001 MV Forward Nickie Luse 2001 MV MF Tina Matlock 1997 MV Forward Paulette Angilecchia 1996 MV MF Nichole Thorne 1996 MV Def. C-USA Player of the Week 2002 - Amy Simsonson, Tracy Hale 2001 - Ann Thomas, Christy Hoffman 2000 - Ann Thomas 1998 - Christy Hoffman, Tina Matlock (2x) 1997 - Christy Hoffman, Tina Matlock, Vicky Vilvens 1996 - Paulette Angilecchia, Joy Naber 1995 - Julie McCaffrey, Joy Naber, Nicole Thorne All-Ohio Sydney Barker Kendall Loggins Kristin May Kim Sykes Erin MacDonald Erin MacDonald Jenn Johannigman Kim Sykes Becky Imhoff TashaWagner Kristina Wilson Heather Herweh Amy Simonson Amy Mink

1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd HM HM HM 2nd HM 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 3rd

2010 2010 2008 2008 2007 2006 2005 2005 2006 2004, 2005 2003, 2001 2002 2003, 2001 2002, 2000 2001,2002 2002 2002

Tracy Hale Christy Hoffman Ann Thomas Nickie Luse Lisa Stephens Tiffany Odgen Kim Jedlo Jen Meiners Amy Rodeheffer

3rd 1st 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st

2002 2001 2000 2000 1999 2001 2001 2000 1999 2000 2000 1999

All-Great Midwest Paulette Angilecchia 1st 1994 Julie McCaffrey 1st Tara Riffle 1st Lisa Huth 2nd Jenny Juengling 2nd Nicole Thorne 2nd

1994 1994 1994 1994 1994

Great Midwest All-Newcomer Krystin Flanagan Tracy Pohl

1994 1994

Great Midwest All-Tournament Paulette Angilecchia 1994 Best Off. Krystin Flanagan 1994 Best Def. Cincinnati Team MVP Awards 2007 - Andrea Kaminski 2006 - Ashley Roush 2005 - Sherry Slye 2004 - Amy Mink & Lisa Stephens 2003 - Kristina Wilson 2002 - Amy Simonson & Heather Herweh 2001 - Christy Hoffman 2000 - Christy Hoffman 1999 - Beth Paderi 1998 - Tina Matlock 1997 - Tracy Pohl 1996 - Nicole Thorne 1995 - Julie McCaffrey 1994 - Kathy Shelton 1993 - Julie DeCarlo & Erin Rosser 1992 - Janine Lampe 1991 - Shannon Gers 1990 - Laura Kerr 1989 - Lori Loew 1988 - Leslie Harris 1987 - Colleen Edwards 1986 - Barb Volker 1985 - Kerrie Glenn 1984 - Chris Jones 1983 - Kerrie Glenn 1982 - Deb McKinney 1981 - Deb McKinney 1980 - Deb McKinney Academics Honors CoSIDA Academic All-American Christy Hoffman 1st 2001 CoSIDA Academic All-District Sydney Barker 3rd Kim Sykes 2nd Kim Sykes 2nd Gigi Ernst 1st Kim Sykes 2nd Gigi Ernst 3rd Rachel Lieberman 3rd

2010 2008 2007 2007 2006 2005 2003

NSCAA/adidas Scholar-Athlete Kim Sykes HM 2007 Gigi Ernst HM 2007

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BEARCATS HONORS Kristina Wilson Nickie Luse Dawn Havlin Lori Loew Leslie Roberto Jodi Krauser Chris Jones

3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd HM

2002 2001 1992 1990 1989 1986 1985

Lindsey Noteboom 2005, 2007, 2008 Kelli Pawelko 2008, 2009 Evi Ranson 2009 Nicole Sanda 2005, 2006, 2007 Teresa Smolilo 2007, 2008 Marie Strelka 2005 Kim Sykes 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Kay Young 2008, 2009

BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team Logan Ballinger 2009 Sydney Barker 2008, 2009 Rachel Barnette 2009 Anna Barrett 2005, 2006 Melissa Bigg 2009 Christine Brewer 2009 Stephanie Brindle 2006, 2007 Lauren Buland 2005 Jamie Clark 2005 Lisa Clark 2006, 2007 Kaylee Dakers 2009 Ashley Daniels 2009 Brooke Eberly 2009 Rachael Epps 2005, 2006 Gigi Ernst 2005, 2006, 2007 Ana Farmer 2006 Heather Haney 2005, 2006 Emily Hebbeler 2009 Becky Imhoff 2006 Jenn Johannigman 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Katie Johnson 2009 Andrea Kaminski 2007, 2008, 2009 Erin Kaufman 2008, 2009 Chelsea Kindschuh 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Jessica Legge 2006 Jen Leiter 2005 Kendall Loggins 2008, 2009 Lauren Lucas 2008 Erica Maine 2006, 2007 Amy May 2005, 2006 Kristin May 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Julie Morrissey 2008, 2009 Heather Neiser 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Kate Norton 2005, 2006

C-USA Postgraduate Scholarship Kristina Wilson 2004 C-USA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Sherri Foley 1995 C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll Anna Barrett 2004,2005 Lauren Buland 2003,2004,2005 Jamie Clark 2004,2005 Gigi Ernst 2005 Jessica Legge 2004,2005 Jen Leiter 2004,2005 Amy May 2005 Kate Norton 2005 Rachel Lieberman 2002,2003,2004 Rebbeca Miller 2004 Amy Mink 2003,2004,2005 Ashley Murphy 2001,2002,2003,2004 Jennifer Sibert 2003,2004 Lisa Stephens 2002,2004,2005 Marie Strelka 2002,2003,2004,2005 Tasha Wagner 2001,2002,2003,2004 Kristina Wilson 2001,2002,2003,2004 Erin Cain 2001,2002,2003 Stacey Kyser 2001,2002,2003 Renee Balconi 2003 Kristen Baluta 2003 Amy Simonson 2003 Lisa Day 1999,2000,2001,2002 Jill Firman 2000,2001,2002 Heather Herweh 2000,2001,2002 Christy Hoffman 1999,2001,2002 Nickie Luse 2000,2001,2002 Leah Polaski 2001,2002 Sarah Eaton 1998,1999,2000,2001

Shannon Reardon 1999,2000,2001 Lauren Clark 1997,1998,1999,2000 Lauren Galea 1997,1998,1999,2000 Beth Paderi 1997,1998,1999,2000 Amy Rodeheffer 1997,1998,1999,2000 Kathy Wilson 1999,2000 Keri Kendrick 2000 Katrina Smolarczyk 2000 Heather Heintzelma 1996,1997, 1998,1999 Katrina Bennett 1997,1998,1999 Lisa Schutte 1998,1999 Suzanne Paulette 1999 Jenny Antrobus 1999 Katherine Raynolds 1998 Paulette Angilecchia 1996,1997 Nicole Thorne 1996,1997 Sarah Kirsch 1996,1997 Gabrielle Mauren 1997 Jen Mieners 1997 Lori Weaver 1997 Jessica Andrews 1996 Krystin Flanagan 1996 Sherri Foley 1996 C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal Gigi Ernst 2005 Jamie Clark 2004,2005 Jen Leiter 2004,2005 Jill Firman 2000 Christy Hoffman 2000 Leah Polaski 2000 Hilary Reinardt 2000 Heather Heintzelman 1998,1999 Lisa Day 1999 Kathy Wilson 1999 Beth Paderi 1997,1998 Lauren Clark 1998 Katherine Raynolds 1998 Helen Norman Smith Award Kim Sykes

2008

Topcat Scholar-Athlete of the Year Kim Sykes 2008

CINCINNATI YEAR-BY-YEAR Year Coach 1980 Janet Lines 1981 Janet Lines Lines’ Career 1982

W L T Pct. 12 2 0 .857 11 4 0 .733 23 6 0 .793

John McNamara 12 McNamara’s Career 12

1983 Meridy Glenn 1984 Meridy Glenn 1985 Meridy Glenn 1986 Meridy Glenn 1987 Meridy Glenn 1988 Meridy Glenn 1989 Meridy Glenn 1990 Meridy Glenn 1991 Meridy Glenn 1992 Meridy Glenn 1993 Meridy Glenn 1994 Meridy Glenn 1995 Meridy Glenn 1996 Meridy Glenn 1997 Meridy Glenn

4 4

0 0

.750 .750

12 2 3 .794 8 4 2 .643 9 5 1 .633 13 3 1 .794 10 6 0 .625 10 5 1 .656 14 3 0 .824 8 7 3 .528 5 12 0 .294 7 10 1 .417 7 12 0 .368 15 5 2 .727 10 9 2 .524 15 5 3 .717 16 5 3 .729

Year Coach 1998 Meridy Glenn 1999 Meridy Glenn 2000 Meridy Glenn 2001 Meridy Glenn 2002 Meridy Glenn 2003 Meridy Glenn 2004 Meridy Glenn 2005 Meridy Glenn 2006 Meridy Glenn 2007 Meridy Glenn Glenn’s Career

W L T Pct. 10 10 1 .500 8 10 1 .472 16 6 0 .727 20 4 0 .833 17 4 3 .771 5 12 1 .306 4 14 0 .222 3 11 4 .278 7 9 2 .444 6 10 2 .389 255 183 36 .576

2008 Michelle Salmon 10 7 3 .575 2009 Michelle Salmon 8 10 1 .447 2010 Michelle Salmon 8 10 1 .447 2011 Michelle Salmon 6 9 4 .421 2012 Michelle Salmon 4 13 1 .250 Salmon’s Career 36 49 10 .432 All-time Record

326 242 46 .568

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RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GOALS

Game......................... 5................. Becky Fellerhoff,1982 .................................. 5....................Vicki Niemann,1982 .................................. 5...................Susan Womack,1982 Season .................... 21........................... Lori Loew,1989 Career....................... 57.............. Vicki Niemann,1980-83 ASSISTS

Game......................... 6............. Colleen McMahon, 1982 Season..................... 17...................Vicki Niemann, 1982 Career....................... 29................Tina Matlock, 1995-98 POINTS

Season..................... 53...................Vicki Niemann, 1982 Career..................... 134............. Vicki Niemann, 1980-83 GAMES PLAYED

Career....................... 90..........Krystin Flanagan, 1994-97 ................................ 89.........Suzanne Paulette, 1995-98 ................................ 89.................... Tracy Pohl, 1994-97 ................................ 89.............Kristina Wilson, 2000-03 SAVES

Game....................... 26........................ Chris Jones, 1982 Season................... 127........................Kim Cowen, 1991 Career..................... 407......... Andrea Kaminski, 2006-09 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

Season.................. 0.58....................Julie Williams, 1983 ............................. 0.58................Christy Hoffman, 2001 Career.................... 0.96....................Tracy Hale, 2001-04 SHUTOUTS

Season.................. 14.5................Christy Hoffman, 2001 Career....................... 33....... Christy Hoffman, 1997-2001 POINTS

CAREER RECORDS

1. Vicki Niemann (1980-83)................................... 134 2. Barb Volker (1985-88)........................................ 125 3. Paulette Angilecchia (1993-96)......................... 118 4. Lori Loew (1986-90).......................................... 105 Tina Matlock (1995-98)..................................... 105 6. Robin Paffe (1984-87).......................................... 97 7. Joy Naber (1993-96)............................................ 65 8. Amy Simonson (1999-02).................................... 62 Lori Wallace (1986-89)......................................... 62 10. Becky Fellerhoff (1980-82).................................. 56 Leslie Harris (1985-88)......................................... 56 Tasha Wagner (2000-03)...................................... 56

Amy Simonson (1999-02) ................................... 23 Lori Wallace (1986-89)......................................... 23 ASSISTS

1. Tina Matlock (1995-98)....................................... 29 2. Tasha Wagner (2000-03)...................................... 24 3. Barb Volker (1985-88).......................................... 23 4. Colleen McMahon (1982-85)............................... 22 5. Vicki Niemann (1980-83)..................................... 20 6. Paulette Angiliecchia (1993-96).......................... 18 7. Kerrie Glenn (1982-85)........................................ 16 Erin Rosser (1992-94).......................................... 16 Amy Simonson (1999-02).................................... 16 Lori Wallace (1986-89)......................................... 16 SHUTOUTS (INCLUDES SHARED)

1. Christy Hoffman (1997-01).................................. 33 2. Laura Kerr (1987-90)........................................... 29 3. Chris Jones (1982-85).......................................... 27 4. Julie Williams (1981-84)...................................... 21 5. Andrea Kaminski (2006-09)................................. 16 6. Tracy Hale (2001-04)........................................ 13.5 7. Kathy Kronauge (1985-87).................................. 13 8. Kara Coakley (1986-90)....................................... 12 Julie McCaffrey (1994-95).................................... 12 10. Gabrielle Mauren (1995-96)................................ 10

GOALS

Game................................ 19.......vs. Mt. St. Joseph 1982 Season.............................. 96.................................. 1982 Goals/Game..........................6.0.................................. 1982 ASSISTS

Game................................ 10........vs. Transylvania, 1977 Game................................ 14....... vs.Mt. St. Joseph 1982 Season.............................. 71.................................. 1982 WINNING STREAK

Season.............................. 13................................. 2001 Consecutive wins............... 13.................................. 2001 UNBEATEN STREAK

Season.............................. 14.................................. 1994 Longest unbeaten streak... 14.................................. 1994 LOSING STREAK

Season................................ 6.........................1991, 2003 Consecutive losses............... 8.........................1993-1994

TEAM RECORDS

Most games played........... 24.....(Three times, last 2002) Most wins......................... 20.................................. 2001 Most losses........................ 14.................................. 2004 Most ties............................. 4................................(2010) Winning pct..... .857 (12-2-0).................................. 1980 Goals against avg........... 0.57.................................. 2001 Shutouts........................... 15.................................. 2001 Consecutive Shutouts.......... 8.................................. 2002 Most overtime games......... 7.................................. 1997

HALL OF FAME BEARCATS

Vicki (Niemann) Englehart became the first UC women’s soccer player inducted into the James P. Kelly University of Cincinnati Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999. Deb McKinney was inducted one year later and last season Paulette Angilecchia-Rumpke. Former student-athletes become eligible for the Hall of Fame five years after they have completed their eligibility.

GOALS

1. Vicki Niemann (1980-83)..................................... 57 2. Barb Volker (1985-88).......................................... 51 3. Paulette Angilecchia (1993-96)........................... 50 4. Lori Loew (1986-90)............................................ 48 5. Robin Paffe (1984-87).......................................... 42 6. Tina Matlock (1995-98)....................................... 38 7. Joy Naber (1993-96)............................................ 29 8. Becky Fellerhoff (1980-82).................................. 23 Leslie Harris (1985-88)......................................... 23 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER∙ 24

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Deb McKinney

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS

Year Coach Overall Home Away Neutral Conf. G A Pts Sh Sh% GA Home Att 2012 Michelle Salmon 4-13-1 3-5-0 1-6-1 0-2-0 1-10-0 15 15 45 244 .061 39 5,245 2011 Michelle Salmon 6-9-4 2-6-2 3-3-1 1-0-1 2-7-2 22 19 63 282 .078 26 6,188 2010 Michelle Salmon 8-10-1 5-4-0 3-6-0 0-0-1 2-9-0 19 16 54 248 .077 34 3,238 2009 Michelle Salmon 8-10-1 4-4-0 3-5-1 1-1-0 3-7-1 26 24 76 187 .139 25 2,902 2008 Michelle Salmon 10-7-3 4-4-1 6-3-2 0-0-0 5-3-3 24 20 68 237 .101 30 3,880 2007 Meridy Glenn 6-10-2 4-3-2 2-7-0 0-0-0 3-7-1 23 34 80 181 .127 34 4,372 2006 Meridy Glenn 7-9-2 4-3-2 3-6-0 0-0-0 3-7-1 13 10 36 248 .052 19 2,913 2005 Meridy Glenn 3-11-4 1-6-2 2-5-1 0-0-1 1-8-2 16 16 48 201 .080 32 3,015 2004 Meridy Glenn 4-14-0 2-7-0 2-6-0 0-1-0 1-9-0 11 11 33 164 .067 32 2,148 2003 Meridy Glenn 5-13-1 4-6-0 1-7-1 0-0-0 3-7-0 16 11 43 180 .089 31 2,420 2002 Meridy Glenn 17-4-3 7-1-1 6-3-1 4-0-1 6-1-3 36 31 103 306 .118 15 3,678 2001 Meridy Glenn 20-4-0 7-2-0 10-1-0 3-1-0 10-0-0 38 37 113 331 .115 14 2,549 2000 Meridy Glenn 16-6-0 7-1-0 8-4-0 1-1-0 9-2-0 50 35 135 247 .211 30 -1999 Meridy Glenn 8-10-1 7-3-0 1-6-1 0-1-0 6-4-1 31 28 90 273 .114 31 -1998 Meridy Glenn 10-10-1 5-4-0 4-5-1 1-1-0 7-4-0 32 24 88 282 .113 27 -1997 Meridy Glenn 16-5-3 7-2-1 6-2-1 3-1-1 6-1-2 49 36 134 305 .161 29 -1996 Meridy Glenn 15-5-3 7-0-2 5-5-1 3-0-0 7-1-1 69 54 192 408 .169 20 -1995 Meridy Glenn 10-9-2 6-3-1 3-5-0 1-1-1 4-1-0 40 24 104 167 .240 27 -1994 Meridy Glenn 15-5-2 5-2-1 7-3-0 3-0-1 1-1-1 52 33 137 318 .164 32 -1993 Meridy Glenn 7-12-0 5-4-0 2-6-0 0-2-0 -- 41 31 113 237 .173 42 -1992 Meridy Glenn 7-10-1 4-4-1 3-6-0 0-0-0 -- 35 18 88 274 .128 30 -1991 Meridy Glenn 5-12-0 3-5-0 2-7-0 0-0-0 -- 16 10 42 177 .090 44 -1990 Meridy Glenn 8-7-3 3-3-1 5-3-2 0-1-0 -- 37 25 99 237 .156 23 -1989 Meridy Glenn 14-3-0 6-2-0 8-1-0 0-0-0 -- 49 39 137 336 .146 15 -1988 Meridy Glenn 10-5-1 6-1-0 4-3-1 0-1-0 -- 47 33 127 281 .167 21 -1987 Meridy Glenn 10-6-0 5-2-0 4-2-0 1-2-0 -- 38 -- -- -- -- 20 -1986 Meridy Glenn 13-3-1 5-1-1 5-2-0 3-0-0 -- 70 -- -- -- -- 19 -1985 Meridy Glenn 9-5-1 6-0-1 2-4-0 1-2-0 -- 53 -- -- -- -- 18 -1984 Meridy Glenn 8-4-2 5-0-0 2-3-2 1-1-0 -- 46 -- -- -- -- 11 -- 1983 Meridy Glenn 12-2-3 7-1-0 2-1-1 3-0-2 -- 47 -- -- -- -- 14 -1982 John McNamara 12-4-0 7-0-0 5-4-0 0-0-0 -- 96 -- -- -- -- 24 -1981 Janet Lines 11-4-0 3-1-0 6-1-0 2-2-0 -- 58 -- -- -- -- 17 -1980 Janet Lines 12-2-0 7-1-0 5-1-0 0-0-0 -- 46 -- -- -- -- 12 --

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SERIES RECORDS

W L T First Last Akron.......................10....... 2.......0........ 1973.....2009 Adelphi......................0....... 0.......1........ 1984.....1984 Akron.........................1....... 0.......0........ 2009.....2009 Barry College..............1....... 0.......0........ 1986.....1986 Bowling Green...........3....... 1.......0........ 2002.....2010 Brown........................0....... 1.......0........ 1985.....1985 Butler.........................5....... 2.......2........ 1991.....2001 California...................0....... 3.......0........ 1981.....1987 UC-Irvine....................0....... 1.......0........ 2012.....2012 Cal-Santa Barbara......0....... 2.......0........ 1986.....1990 Cal-Poly......................1....... 2.......0........ 2000.....2011 Central Florida............1....... 2.......0........ 1982.....1987 Central Michigan........4....... 1.......0........ 1980.....2005 Cleveland State..........2....... 0.......0........ 2006.....2007 Charlotte....................5....... 5.......2........ 1995.....2004 Coastal Carolina..........1....... 0.......0........ 2011.....2011 College of Charleston.2....... 0.......0........ 2010.....2011 Colorado.....................0....... 1.......0........ 2012.....2012 Colorado College........1....... 3.......0........ 1981.....1989 Connecticut................1....... 2.......2........ 1983.....2011 Cortland State............0....... 0.......1........ 1983.....1983 Creighton...................1....... 1.......0........ 1993.....1994 Dayton.....................12....... 5.......1........ 1983.....2008 Denison......................4....... 0.......0........ 1980.....1983 DePaul.....................12....... 3.......1........ 1996.....2011 Detroit........................3....... 1.......0........ 1994.....1997 Duke..........................0....... 2.......0........ 1991.....1992 East Carolina..............3....... 1.......1........ 2001.....2004 Eastern Kentucky........1....... 0.......0........ 2009.....2009 Elon............................0....... 0.......1........ 2012.....2012 Evansville...................4....... 3.......2........ 1994.....2004 Florida........................1....... 1.......0........ 2002.....2004 George Mason............1....... 8.......0........ 1984.....1994 Georgetown...............1....... 6.......0........ 2005.....2011 George Washington....1....... 1.......0........ 1989.....1990 Georgia......................0....... 2.......0........ 2000............. Georgia State.............1....... 0.......0........ 1997.....1997 Hartwick....................1....... 0.......0........ 1983.....1983 Houston.....................4....... 2.......0........ 1998.....2002 Illinois........................0....... 2.......0........ 2002.....2010

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Indiana.......................7....... 7.......0........ 1980.....2002 James Madison..........0....... 3.......0........ 1991.....1993 Kalamazoo.................1....... 0.......0........ 1986.....1986 Kentucky....................6....... 8.......1........ 1992.....2009 Lewis..........................1....... 0.......0........ 1988.....1988 Lindenwood...............0....... 1.......0........ 1982.....1982 Louisville..................18....... 9.......1........ 1984.....2011 Loyola (Ill.).................2....... 0.......1........ 1992.....2011 Marquette..................9..... 13.......3........ 1980.....2011 Maryland...................0....... 1.......0........ 1992.....1992 Memphis....................9....... 1.......0........ 1995.....2004 Mercer........................0....... 1.......0........ 1992.....1992 Metro State................1....... 0.......0........ 1988.....1988 Miami (OH)................8....... 4.......2........ 1980.....2008 Michigan....................4....... 1.......0........ 1980.....2008 Michigan State.........12....... 8.......0........ 1980.....2006 Minnesota..................3....... 1.......0........ 1997.....2002 Missouri-Rolla............3....... 0.......0........ 1983.....1985 Missouri-St. Louis.......4....... 4.......0........ 1981.....1989 Monmouth.................2....... 1.......0........ 1989.....1996 Morehead State..........5....... 0.......0........ 1980.....2010 Mount St. Joseph.......4....... 0.......0........ 1982.....1985 Nebraska....................0....... 1.......0........ 2012.....2012 New Mexico...............0....... 1.......0........ 2004.....2004 North Carolina............0....... 3.......0........ 1982.....1988 UNC Greensboro.........2....... 0.......0........ 1994.....1995 North Carolina State...2....... 3.......1........ 1985.....1999 Northeastern..............0....... 1.......0........ 2009.....2009 Northern Colorado.....1....... 0.......0........ 1987.....1987 Northwestern.............1....... 2.......1........ 1996.....2011 Notre Dame................1..... 12.......1........ 1991.....2011 Oakland.....................3....... 2.......0........ 2001.....2007 Ohio...........................1....... 0.......0........ 2009.....2009 Ohio State..................7....... 2.......1........ 1980.....2005 Pittsburgh..................2....... 0.......0........ 2007.....2010 Providence.................1....... 1.......1........ 2005.....2011 Purdue.......................3....... 1.......1........ 1980.....2006 Quincy........................1....... 0.......0........ 1981.....1981 Radford......................3....... 1.......0........ 1986.....1990 Robert Morris.............2....... 0.......0........ 1992.....1993 Rutgers......................2....... 7.......1........ 1993.....2011

Saint Louis.................8....... 4.......0........ 1996.....2009 St. John’s....................2....... 1.......0........ 2006.....2009 St. Joseph’s (Ind.).......1....... 0.......0........ 1988.....1988 St. Mary’s (Minn.).......2....... 0.......0........ 1985.....1986 Sacramento State.......1....... 0.......0........ 2001.....2001 San Diego State..........1....... 1.......0........ 1999.....2000 Seton Hall..................3....... 3.......1........ 2005.....2011 Slippery Rock.............1....... 0.......0........ 1981.....1981 Siena Heights.............2....... 0.......0........ 1989.....1990 SIU- Edwardsville.......5....... 3.......1........ 1982.....1991 South Carolina............0....... 1.......0........ 2009.....2009 Southern Methodist...1....... 1.......1........ 1989.....1991 Southern Miss............4....... 1.......1........ 1998.....2004 USF.............................8....... 7.......1........ 1996.....2011 Springfield.................0....... 0.......1........ 1983.....1983 Syracuse.....................0....... 0.......2........ 2006.....2009 Tennessee..................0....... 1.......0........ 2002.....2002 Texas A&M.................0....... 1.......0........ 1981.....1981 TCU.............................2....... 1.......0........ 1991.....2003 Toledo........................2....... 0.......0........ 2001.....2003 Tulane........................5....... 1.......1........ 1996.....2004 Tulsa...........................2....... 0.......0........ 1989.....1990 UAB............................6....... 4.......0........ 1996.....2004 Vanderbilt..................6....... 2.......0........ 1985.....1996 Villanova....................2....... 5.......1........ 1984.....2011 Virginia......................0....... 6.......1........ 1987.....2001 West Virginia..............0....... 2.......0........ 2007.....2010 Western Carolina........0....... 0.......1........ 2011.....2011 Western Michigan......1....... 0.......0........ 2010.....2010 William & Mary..........1....... 5.......1........ 1983.....2005 Wilmington................4....... 0.......0........ 1986.....1990 Wisconsin...................3....... 9.......2........ 1981.....2011 Wis.-Green Bay...........2....... 0.......0........ 1991.....1994 Wis.-Milwaukee.........4....... 2.......0........ 1989.....2003 Wittenberg.................1....... 0.......0........ 1986.....1986 Wright State...............8....... 4.......1........ 1985.....2008 Xavier.......................24....... 5.......0........ 1982.....2011 TOTALS .....................326... 242.....46 ...(.568)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1980 RECORD: 12-2-0 COACH: JANET LINES

Marquette W 7-0 at Denison W 5-1 at Ohio State* W 5-0 Indiana W 1-0 Morehead State W 4-0 at Miami (OH)* L 0-4 Purdue* W 4-0 at Central Michigan* W 6-1 Miami (OH)* L 0-1 MISWL Tournament Miami (OH)* W 2-1 Indiana* W 3-2 Michigan State W 4-1 1981 RECORD: 11-4-0 COACH: JANET LINES AIAW TOURNAMENT

at Purdue* W 5-0 at Denison W 8-0 Missouri-St.Louis L 1-2 at Michigan* W 4-1 at Central Michigan* W 3-0 at Michigan State L 1-2 at Indiana* W 2-1 Miami (OH)* W 3-0 Ohio State* W 7-3 Slippery Rock* W 2-0 AIAW Region 5 Tournament at Quincy W 10-0 vs.Wisconsin W 4-1 AIAW National Championship vs. TX A&M L 1-2 vs.Colorado College W 6-2 vs.California L 1-3 1982 RECORD: 12-4-0 COACH: JOHN MCNAMARA

at Morehead State at Missouri-St.Louis at SIU-Edwardsville at Lindenwood at Mt. St. Joeseph Michigan* Central Michigan Miami(OH)* Xavier* at Ohio State* Purdue* at North Carolina at Central Florida Michigan State* at Miami (OH)* Denison

W 6-0 L 0-4 W 7-0 L 0-5 W 19-0 W 8-0 W 15-0 W 15-0 W 3-0 W 5-0 W 8-0 L 0-7 L 0-7 W 4-0 W 6-1 W 9-0

1983 RECORD: 12-2-3 COACH: MERIDY GLENN NCAA TOURNAMENT

1986 RECORD: 13-3-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN NCAA TOURNAMENT

Central Florida W 3-2 Hartwick W 2-0 Missouri-St.Louis L 0-1 William&Marry W 3-1 Michigan St* W 4-1 at Denison W 8-1 at Cortland State T-OT 1-1 Mt.St.Joeseph W 9-0 Indiana* W 2-0 at Morehead State W 3-1 Dayton* W 8-1 at Xavier W 1-0 at Missouri-Rolla W 1-0 at SIU-Edwardsville W-OT 2-1 NCAA First Round at California L 0-5

at Willington W 5-1 at William&Mary L 2-6 at George Mason L 1-4 at Louisville W 13-1 vs.Barry College W 2-0 vs.St.Marys(MN) W 3-2 vs. Wisconsin W 3-0 Wright State W 4-0 Xavier W 4-1 Vanderbilt W 7-0 Wisconsin T-OT 1-1 Radford W 3-0 Wittenberg W 6-0 at Kalamazoo W 7-0 at Michigan State W 5-0 at Dayton W 4-2 NCAA First Round at Cal-Santa Barbara L 0-1

1984 RECORD: 8-4-2 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Xavier at George Mason at William&Mary Louisville at Missouri-St.Louis at Missouri-Rolla at SIU-Edwardsville Morehead State at Adelphi at Villonova at Dayton Wisconson at Mt.St.Joseph

W 4-0 L 1-4 L 0-3 W 10-0 L 0-1 W 4-0 L 0-1 W 10-0 T-OT 1-1 T-OT 0-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 9-1

1985 RECORD: 9-5-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Louisville W 6-0 SIU-Edwardsville T-OT 1-1 Vanderbilt W 10-0 vs.Brown L 2-3 vs.Connecticut L 0-2 at Wright State W 4-0 at Wisconsin L 0-3 Mt.St.Joseph W 13-0 Missouri-Rolla W 2-0 at North Carolina L 0-4 at Xavier W 6-0 Missouri-St.Louis W 2-1 Dayton W 5-1

1987 RECORD: 10-6-0 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

at Xavier W 3-0 Louisville W 10-0 at Central Florida L 1-5 at California L 0-2 at Vanderbilt W 6-0 Michigan State W 3-0 at Colorado College L 0-1 at Northern Colorado W 3-0 at Wright State W 2-0 Dayton W 1-0 William & Mary L-OT 0-1 George Mason L 1-6 at Virginia L-OT 2-4 at Radford W 2-0 Wilmington W 1-0 Missouri-St.Louis W 3-1 1988 RECORD: 10-5-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

North Carolina L-OT 1-4 SIU-Edwardsville W 3-0 at Wilmington W 3-1 Lewis W 1-0 at Wisconsin L 0-2 at Louisville W 7-1 at Michigan State L 2-3 Wright State W 4-0 Xavier W 2-0 at Colorado College L 1-5 at Metro State W 3-0 at Dayton W 2-1 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER ∙ 27

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS St.Joseph’s(IN) W 13-0 at George Mason L 0-1 at Virginia T-OT 1-1 Missouri-St.Louis W 4-2 1989 RECORD: 14-3 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Siena Heights W 2-0 Wisconsin L 2-1 Colorado College L-OT 1-4 at Xavier W 4-0 at Missouri-St.Louis W 3-0 at SIU-Edwardsville W 3-0 Louisville W 2-0 Michigan State W 4-2 at Radford W 4-1 Tulsa W 3-0 Wisc.-Milwaukee W 5-1 at SMU W 2-0 at Virginia L 1-3 Dayton W 5-0 at Wright State W 3-0 at Monmouth W 5-1 at George Washington W-OT 2-1 1990 RECORD: 8-7-3 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

at Willmington W 5-0 Siena Heights W 5-0 George Washington L 0-1 Southern Methodist T-OT 0-1 Virginia L 0-1 at Dayton T-OT 3-3 at Michigan State W 1-0 Xavier L 1-2 Cal-Santa Barbara L 1-3 Wright State W 2-1 SIU-Edwardsville L 0-1 Tulsa W-OT 4-3 at Louisville W 7-0 Radford L 2-3 at Wisconsin L 0-2 at Wisc.-Mikwaukee W 1-0 at George Mason W 2-0 vs.William&Mary T-OT 1-1 1991 RECORD: 5-12-0 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

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W-OT 2-1 L 0-1 L 0-4 W-OT 4-3 L 0-2 L 0-2

at North Carolina St. L 0-6 at Duke L 0-2 at James Madison L 1-2 at Virginia L 0-5 Wisc.-Milwaukee W 2-1 Wisconsin L 0-2 at Wright State L 0-2 George Mason L 1-2 Dayton W 3-2 at TCU W 2-0 at SMU L 0-5 1992 RECORD: 7-10-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

at Kentucky Mercer at Maryland at George Mason Butler at Michigan State at Xavier Duke North Carolina St. Louisville at Notre Dame at Loyola(IL) Robert Morris Wright State at Wisconsin at Wisc.-Milwaukee Dayton James Madison

W 1-0 L 1-3 L-OT 2-4 L 0-2 T-OT 2-2 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 5-1 W 8-0 W 4-2 L 1-3 L 1-2 L-OT 0-1 L 1-2

1993 RECORD: 7-12-0 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

at Indiana Kentucky at Creighton vs.Rutgers Dayton Loyola (IL) Virginia at Louisville Michigan St. at Butler at Robert Morris Xavier at Vanderbilt at Wright State Marquette Wisconsin at James Madison at George Mason Ohio State

L 1-3 W 2-1 L 0-3 L 0-1 L 1-6 W 7-0 L 1-3 L 1-2 L-OT 1-2 L 1-3 W 11-1 W 2-1 W 4-2 L-OT 2-3 W 4-1 L 1-3 L 0-5 L 1-2 W 1-0

1994 RECORD: 15-5-2 COACH: MERIDY GLENN NCAA TOURNAMENT

Indiana L 1-3 vs.Wright State W 4-1 vs. Dayton W 3-1 at Marquette L 1-2 at Wisc.-Green Bay W 5-0 George Mason L 1-2 vs.Notre Dame L 1-7 vs.North Carolina St. T-OT 1-1 at UNC Greensboro W 2-1 at Ohio State W 1-0 Vanderbilt W 1-0 at Kentucky W-OT 3-2 Detroit Mercy W 5-1 at Michigan State W 2-1 Evansville T-OT 2-2 at Xavier W 3-0 Rutgers W 1-0 Creighton W-OT 5-4 Louisville W 4-0 at Dayton W 2-0 vs.Evansville W 2-1 NCAA First Round at Vanderbilt L-3OT 2-3 1995 RECORD: 10-9-2 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Michigan State L 1-2 at Detroit Mercy L 2-3 vs.Wright State T-OT 0-0 at Dayton W 4-2 Xavier W 4-0 at Butler W 2-1 at Louisville W 2-1 Wisconsin L 1-2 Charlotte W 3-0 Notre Dame T-OT 2-2 Kentucky L-OT 1-2 at Vanderbilt L 0-2 at Memphis W 6-0 Indiana W 2-1 Marquette W 2-1 at Evansville L 0-3 UNC Greensboro W 2-1 Ohio State W 3-1 at Monmouth L 0-5 at Rutgers L 3-5 Conference USA Tournament Evansville L 0-3

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1996 RECORD: 15-5-3 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

at Xavier W 1-0 Detroit W 2-0 Butler T-OT 1-1 at DePaul W 8-0 at Northwestern L 1-2 Louisville T-OT 0-0 at Marquette L-OT 0-1 at Wisconsin T-OT 0-0 Saint Louis W 7-1 Memphis W 5-1 at UAB W 3-0 at Tulane W 8-0 at Kentucky L-OT 0-2 Vanderbilt W 3-1 at Ohio State L 1-5 South Florida W 8-0 Charlotte W 3-0 Monmouth W 7-1 at Michigan State W 2-0 at Indiana L 1-2 Conference USA Tournament vs. Memphis W 2-1 vs. Saint Louis W 2-0 vs. Marquette W-OT 4-2 1997 RECORD: 16-5-3 COACH: MERIDY GLENN NCAA TOURNAMENT

at Butler W 2-1 vs. Indiana L 1-3 at Minnesota W 3-1 vs.Detroit W 2-1 Marquette T-OT 0-0 DePaul W 3-0 at Saint Louis W 3-0 at Memphis W-OT 3-2 Xavier W 1-0 at South Florida W 1-0 Evansville L 1-2 at Louisville W 4-0 Kentucky W-OT 3-2 Miami (OH) W 5-1 UAB L 1-2 Tulane W 8-0 at Charlotte T 1-1 at North Carolina St. L 0-2 Michigan State W-OT 2-1 Conference USA Tournament vs.Louisville W-OT 1-0 vs.UAB W-OT *2-2 *UC advances on penalty kicks vs. Marquette W 1-0 NCAA Play-In

Georgia State W NCAA First Round Notre Dame L

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1998 RECORD: 10-10-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Minnesota W 1-0 at Evansville T-OT 2-2 at Xavier L 1-2 Northwestern L 0-2 at Louisville W 3-0 Charlotte W 2-1 South Florida L 1-2 at Houston L 0-2 at Saint Louis W 3-1 at Marquette L 1-2 at DePaul W 3-0 at Kentucky L-OT 1-2 Butler W-OT 1-0 Southern Miss W 5-1 Tulane W 2-0 Indiana L-OT 0-1 at UAB L 0-1 at Memphis W 2-1 Georgia L 0-5 Conference USA Tournament vs.Houston W 3-0 vs.Charlotte L 1-2 1999 RECORD: 8-10-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Xavier W 4-2 North Carolina St. W-OT 2-1 Louisville W 5-0 at San Diego State L 0-5 at South Florida L 0-1 at Charlotte L 0-2 at Miami(OH) L 1-2 Saint Louis W 1-0 Houston L 0-1 DePaul W 3-1 Marquette L 1-2 Kentucky L 0-1 at Michigan State L 2-5 at Tulane W 4-1 at Southern Miss T 1-1 Memphis W 3-0 UAB W 2-0 at Indiana L 2-0 Conference USA Tournament vs.Charlotte L 1-2

2000 RECORD: 16-6-0 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

at Kentucky L 0-2 at Xavier W 4-0 at Evansville W 1-0 at Georgia L 3-4 Cal Poly L 0-1 San Diego State W 5-2 at DePaul W 2-1 at Marquette L 2-5 Southern Miss W 4-0 Tulane W 3-1 at Houston W 3-1 at Saint Louis L 0-4 Louisville W 4-1 at Butler W 3-2 at UAB W 2-1 at Memphis W 2-1 South Florida W 5-1 Charlotte W-20T 1-0 Indiana W 1-0 Conference USA Tournament vs. Houston W 4-2 at Saint Louis W-20T 1-0 vs.Marquette L-2OT 0-1 2001 RECORD: 20-4-0 COACH: MERIDY GLENN NCAA TOURNAMENT

at Indiana L 0-1 Minnesota W 2-0 at Cal Poly W 1-0 at Sacramento State W 1-0 Miami(OH) L 0-1 Southern Miss W 3-0 South Florida W 4-0 at UAB W 2-1 at Memphis W 2-0 Butler L 0-1 at Toledo W 2-0 at Saint Louis W 2-0 Evansville W-2OT 2-1 Marquette W-2OT 2-1 DePaul W 1-0 at Charlotte W 1-0 East Carolina W 1-0 at Louisville W-2OT 1-0 Conference USA Tournament vs. Saint Louis W 2-0 vs.UAB W 2-0 at Marquette W 1-0 NCAA Tournament vs.Oakland W 3-2 at Notre Dame W 3-2 at Virginia L 0-4 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER ∙ 29

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2002 RECORD: 17-4-3 COACH: MERIDY GLENN NCAA TOURNAMENT

at Xavier W 3-0 Florida W 2-1 Indiana W 3-1 at Illinois L 0-3 at UW-Milwaukee W 2-1 at Minnesota W 2-1 at Southern Miss W 2-0 at Tulane T-2OT 1-1 TCU W 3-0 Houston W 1-0 Bowling Green W 2-0 Oakland W 1-0 at East Carolina T-2OT 0-0 at Marquette W-1OT 1-0 at DePaul W 2-0 Charlotte T-2OT 0-0 Saint Louis L 0-2 Louisville W 3-0 at Ohio State W 1-0 Conference USA Tournament vs.South Florida W 3-1 vs.East Carolina W 2-1 vs.Marquette W 2-1 NCAA Tournament vs.Kentucky W 1-0 at Tennessee L 1-2 2003 RECORD: 5-13-1 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Toledo W-OT 2-1 Xavier W 3-1 Central Michigan L-2OT 1-2 at Miami(OH) T-2OT 2-2 Ohio State L 0-2 at Bowling Green L 0-1 TCU* L 1-2 Memphis* W 2-1 at UAB* L 0-2 at USF* L 0-2 Wis.-Milwaukee L 0-1 at Oakland L 1-5 Marquette* L 0-2 at William&Mary L 1-3 at DePaul* W 1-0 at Saint Louis* L 0-1 Charlotte* L-2OT 0-1 East Carolina* W 2-1 at Louisville* L 0-1

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2004 RECORD: 4-14-0 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

vs.New Mexico at Purdue Dayton Kentucky Evansville at Xavier at Florida at UAB* Southern Miss* Tulane* at Marquette* at DePaul* Miami Louisville* East Carolina* Charlotte* at Memphis* at USF*

L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 0-3 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-5 W 1-0 W 2-1 L 0-1 L-OT 1-2 L 0-1 L-2OT 0-1 L 0-1

2005 RECORD: 3-11-4 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

William & Mary Michigan State vs.Ohio State at Dayton at Kentucky at Central Michigan Louisville* Xavier at #5 Notre Dame* DePaul* at #16 Connecticut* at Providence* at Villanova* at Georgetown* #14 Marquette* USF* Rutgers* Seton Hall*

L 1-2 W 1-0 T-2OT 2-2 L 1-2 T-2OT 2-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 L-OT 1-2 L 0-4 T-2OT 0-0 L 0-3 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 0-4 L 3-4 L-OT 2-3 L 0-1 T-2OT 1-1

2006 RECORD: 7-9-2 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Kentucky Purdue at Miami(OH) at Xavier at Michigan State Oakland at Louisville* Cleveland State at DePaul* Syracuse*

W 1-0 T-2OT 0-0 W 2-1 L-OT 0-1 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-4 W 3-0 W 3-1 T-2OT 0-0

St. John’s* Georgetown* Villanova* at Marquette* at USF* at Rutgers* at Seton Hall* Notre Dame

L 0-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 0-2 L 0-1 L 0-3

2007 RECORD: 6-10-2 COACH: MERIDY GLENN

Xavier W-2OT 2-1 Miami (OH) T-2OT 1-1 at Michigan L 0-3 Dayton W 4-3 at Oakland L 0-1 at Wright State L 1-2 Louisville* L-2OT 0-1 at Cleveland State W 4-1 DePaul* L-2OT 1-2 at Notre Dame* L 1-6 at Pittsburgh* W-2OT 2-1 at West Virginia* L 0-2 Seton Hall* L 1-2 Rutgers* W 2-1 USF* W 3-0 Marquette* T-2OT 1-1 at Georgetown* L 0-5 at Villanova* L 0-1 2008 RECORD: 10-7-3 COACH: MICHELLE SALMON

Bowling Green W 3-1 Wright State L 2-3 Michigan W 2-1 Kentucky L 0-1 at Miami (OH) W OT 3-2 at Dayton L 0-1 at Xavier W 1-0 at Louisville* L 0-3 at DePaul* W 2-1 #1 Notre Dame* L 0-6 Providence* T O2 1-1 Connecticut* W 2-1 at Seton Hall* W 2-0 at #21 Rutgers* T O2 0-0 at USF* W 2-1 at Marquette* T O2 1-1 Villanova* W 2-1 Georgetown* L O2 0-1 BIG EAST Tournament at St. John’s W 1-0 at #1 Notre Dame L 0-5

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2009 RECORD: 8-10-1 COACH: MICHELLE SALMON

at Kentucky at Ohio at Northeastern vs Saint Louis vs South Carolina Xavier at Eastern Kentucky Louisville* Akron Notre Dame* at DePaul * at Syracuse * at #12 St. John’s* at Villanova* at Georgetown* Marquette* USF* Rutgers* Seton Hall*

L 1-2 W 2-0 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 0-4 W 4-0 W 3-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 T O2 1-1 W 1-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 0-1 L OT 1-2 L OT 0-1 W 4-0

2010 RECORD: 8-10-1 COACH: MICHELLE SALMON

Morehead State W 2-1 at Bowling Green W-2OT 2-1 vs. Northwestern T-2OT 0-0 at Wisconsin W 1-0 College of Charleston W 2-0 Western Michigan W 1-0 Illinois L 0-3 at Louisville* L 1-3 at Xavier W 1-0 at Notre Dame* L 0-4 DePaul* L-OT 1-2 Pittsburgh* W 2-1 West Virginia* L 0-4 Georgetown* L 1-3 Villanova* W 3-2 at Marquette* L 0-4 at USF* L 0-1 at Rutgers* L 1-2 at Seton Hall* L 1-3

at DePaul * Notre Dame * at Providence at Connecticut * USF * Marquette * at Georgetown at Villanova * Seton Hall * Rutgers * Louisville *

W 1-0 (2OT) L 4-1 L 2-0 T 2-2 (2OT) T 1-1 (2OT) L 4-0 L 2-1 L 1-0 W 3-0 L 1-0 (OT) L 1-0

2012 RECORD: 4-13-1 COACH: MICHELLE SALMON

at Elon T-2OT 1-1 at N.C. State W 3-1 Northeastern W-2OT 2-1 Eastern Kentucky W 2-0 Nebraska L 2-1 vs. UC Irvine L 2-1 vs. Colorado L 2-1 DePaul* L 1-0 at Notre Dame* L 7-0 St. John’s* W-2OT 1-0 Syracuse* L 1-0 at USF* L 4-1 at Marquette* L 5-0 Georgetown* L 1-0 Villanova* L 1-0 at Seton Hall* L 3-1 at Rutgers* L 5-0 at Louisville* L-2OT 2-1 *Conference matches

2011 RECORD: 6-9-4 COACH: MICHELLE SALMON

Cal Poly Xavier at Northwestern vs. Loyola Western Carolina Wisconsin at Coll. of Charleston vs. Coastal Carolina

L 2-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 T 0-0 (2OT) T 1-1 (2OT) L 2-1 W 3-2 (2OT) W 4-0 CINCINNATI WOMEN’S SOCCER ∙ 31

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