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ith several exciting academic proW grams to choose from, a breathtaking campus and nationally recognized athletics facilities, UCF offers a college experience unlike any other. And the women’s soccer program has always helped to lead the way. Here’s the simple rundown of what the program has accomplished since 1981.

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-In 29 seasons, the Knights have had a winning record 26 times. -Leads all Florida schools with 14 trips to the NCAA Tournament.

2010 Women’s Soccer Yearbook

Table of Contents/Quick Facts ..................................... 1 2010 Schedule ............................................................. 2 2010 Roster ................................................................. 3 Season Preview ............................................................ 3 Head Coach Amanda Cromwell ................................... 4 Associate Head Coach Colby Hale ............................... 5

-Has posted eight seasons of 15 wins or more in 11 years under head coach Amanda Cromwell. -Speaking of Cromwell, she not only played with the U.S. National Team from 199198, she was an assistant coach for the National Team in January 2009 and the U-20 Women’s Team that won the World Cup in the fall of 2008.

Assistant Coach Donna Fishter .................................... 5 Player Bios ..............................................................6-16 2009 Statistics ........................................................... 17 All-Time Roster .......................................................... 18 All-Time vs. Opponents .............................................. 19 Year-By-Year Results .............................................20-23 Team Awards ............................................................. 24 Regional & National Awards ..................................... 25 All-Conference Honors ..........................................26-27 Individual Career Records .......................................... 28 Individual Season Records ......................................... 29 Team Match Records ................................................. 29 Individual Match Records .......................................... 30

CREDITS

QUICK FACTS

The 2010 UCF women’s soccer yearbook was written and edited by Brian Ormiston. Editorial assistance provided by Doug Richards and Sarah Tarasewicz. Photography courtesy of Sideline Sports, Romeo Guzman and UCF archives.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................. Orlando, Fla. 32816 Founded ....................................... 1963 Enrollment ................................. 53,644 Nickname ..................................Knights Colors ...............................Black & Gold Home Facility (Cap.) ............................. ................. UCF Soccer Complex (1,000) Affiliation ......................NCAA Division I Conference .................Conference USA President .......................Dr. John C. Hitt Director of Athletics ..... Keith R. Tribble

-Always forms one of the toughest, most challenging schedules in the nation, including a 2010 slate highlighted by Arizona State, Florida, Florida State, Harvard and San Diego State as well as another journey through 11 very talented teams that help make up Conference USA. UCF’s Conference Championships (12) Atlantic Sun (9) 1993 - 1994 - 1995 - 1996 - 1998 1999- 2001 - 2002 - 2003 Conference USA (3) 2005 - 2007 - 2009 UCF’s NCAA Tournaments (14) 1982 - 1984 - 1987 - 1988 - 1991 - 1998 1999 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2007 2008 - 2009

Associate AD/SWA ...............Jessica Reo NCAA Faculty Rep. .Dr. Consuelo Stebbins TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach .. Amanda Cromwell (12th) Record at UCF (Years) ....158-68-15 (11) Overall Record (Years) ...178-83-16 (13) Associate Head Coach .... Colby Hale (8th) Assistant Coach ... Donna Fishter (11th) 2009 Record/C-USA . 17-5-1/10-1-0, 1st Starters Returning/Lost ...................6/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .....11/10

SOCCER HISTORY First Season .................................. 1981 All-Time Record ........344-153-39 (.678) NCAA D-I Tournament Appearances. 14 ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Assistant SID ................. Brian Ormiston Office Phone .................(407) 823-2409 Cell Phone ....................(407) 920-1233 E-Mail .....bormiston@athletics.ucf.edu

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2010 Schedule Date

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Sunday, Aug. 22

7 p.m. Florida Orlando, Fla. The two teams are an even 2-2-1 in their last five matches against each other 7 p.m. San Diego State Orlando, Fla. The Aztecs finished 15-4-5 and reached the 2009 NCAA Tournament Second Round 7 p.m. at South Florida Tampa, Fla. UCF has won four-straight matches against the Bulls 1 p.m. Virginia Commonwealth Orlando, Fla. This will be the first time the Knights and Rams will meet on the pitch 7 p.m. Harvard Orlando, Fla. Harvard claimed the Ivy League title last season 1 p.m. at Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. The Knights took down the visiting Seminoles in overtime, 1-0, in 2009 10:30 p.m. at Arizona ^ Tucson, Ariz. UCF has not faced a Pac-10 school since taking on Arizona State in 2006 1:30 p.m. vs. Arizona State ^ Tucson, Ariz. ASU and UCF both traveled to Madison, Wis., for last year’s NCAA Tournament 7 p.m. East Carolina * Orlando, Fla. Knights defeated the Pirates with two second-half goals in 2009 1 p.m. Marshall * Orlando, Fla. The Thundering Herd are 0-5-0 against the Black and Gold 8 p.m. at Memphis * Memphis, Tenn. Memphis gave UCF its lone C-USA loss a year ago 3 p.m. at UAB * Birmingham, Ala. UAB is coming off a season in which it ranked No. 58 in the NCAA RPI 7 p.m. Houston * Orlando, Fla. The Cougars fell to the Knights, 6-0, in their last trip to Orlando (2008) 1 p.m. Rice * Orlando, Fla. The last five meetings have been decided by one goal (UCF leads overall 5-1-0) 6 p.m. at Colorado College * Colorado Springs, Colo. Christina Petrucco headed in an overtime winner in UCF’s last journey to Colorado in 2008 2 p.m. at UTEP * El Paso, Texas The Miners completed 2009 boasting an NCAA RPI of No. 41 7 p.m. Tulsa * Orlando, Fla. UCF stands at 4-0-1 all-time against the Golden Hurricane 1 p.m. SMU * Orlando, Fla. The Knights are 4-0-0 vs. the Mustangs since moving to C-USA in 2005 8 p.m. Southern Miss * Orlando, Fla. UCF has outscored Southern Miss 8-1 in the teams’ previous two meetings Orlando, Fla. TBD Conference USA Championship The last time the Knights hosted a conference tournament was in 2001 (Atlantic Sun) TBD NCAA Tournament First/Second Rounds TBD TBD NCAA Tournament Third Round TBD TBD NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals TBD TBD NCAA College Cup Cary, N.C.

Friday, Aug. 27 Friday, Sept. 3 Sunday, Sept. 5 Friday, Sept. 10 Sunday, Sept. 12 Friday, Sept. 17 Sunday, Sept. 19 Friday, Sept. 24 Sunday, Sept. 26 Friday, Oct. 1 Sunday, Oct. 3 Friday, Oct. 8 Sunday, Oct. 10 Friday, Oct. 15 Sunday, Oct. 17 Friday, Oct. 22 Sunday, Oct. 24 Friday, Oct. 29 Nov. 3-7 Nov. 12-14 Nov. 19-21 Nov. 26-28 Dec. 3-5

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^ - Arizona Tournament * - Conference USA Match Home matches in Bold and played at the UCF Soccer Complex. Admission is free. All times Eastern and subject to change.

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2010 Roster

No. 0 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 33

Name Jaclyn Meade Kaylee Magamoll Aline Reis Ashley Nicol Tishia Jewell Kristen Poulton Brianna Schooley Amanda Martorana Bianca Joswiak Lauren Halbert Andrea Rodrigues Heather Dooley Spayne Avant Justine Quick Kim Newsome Katie Jackson Casey Boyer Marleigh Howard Amy Carhart Kacie Horner Stacie Hubbard Alex Piercy Christina Petrucco Nicolette Radovcic Katie Bolinsky April Asby Emily Grider Sokhara Goodall Kayla Darden Kristina Trujic Ashley Parrinello Marissa Diggs Katy Ling

Ht. 5-6 5-9 5-3 5-9 5-6 5-10 5-9 5-4 5-6 5-9 5-6 5-3 5-2 5-5 5-7 5-7 6-0 5-3 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-9 5-4 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-3

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

Year R-Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. So. R-Fr. R-Sr. Sr. So. Sr. R-So. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. R-So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Last School Sarasota, Fla./Georgia Leesburg, Fla./Leesburg Campinas, Brazil/Anglo Campinas Jacksonville, Fla./Ponte Vedra Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite Coral Springs, Fla./Stoneman Douglas Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas Middleburg, Fla./St. John’s Country Day Berlin, Germany Niceville, Fla./Niceville St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Pembroke Pines, Fla./American Heritage Coppell, Texas/Coppell Fleming Island, Fla./St. John’s Country Day Apopka, Fla./Polk CC Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite Hummelstown, Pa./Hershey Niceville, Fla./Niceville Manalapan, N.J./Manalapan Franklin, Tenn./Franklin Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin Brookfield, Wis./East Plantation, Fla./American Heritage Rockaway, N.J./Morris Knolls Coral Springs, Fla./Florida State Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo Fort Worth, Texas/Nolan Catholic Kent, England/Eltham Green Spayne Avant............................................ah-VONT Marietta, Ga./Walton Sokhara Goodall...................................sah-CAR-ah Venice, Fla./Venice Emily Grider ..............................................GRY-der Tishia Jewell ...............................................TIH-sha Boca Raton, Fla./Florida Atlantic Bianca Joswiak..................................JAHS-vee-ack Rowlett, Texas/Rowlett Ashley Parrinello ...................... PAIR-ah-NELL-oh Kent, England/Fort Pitt Christina Petrucco ............................. pah-TRUE-ko

Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell (Virginia, ’92) – 12th Season at UCF Associate Head Coach: Colby Hale (Oral Roberts, ’99) – Eighth Season at UCF Assistant Coach: Donna Fishter (Anderson, ’95) – 11th Season at UCF

Season Preview

A UCF women’s soccer team led by Amanda Cromwell always has an influx of newcomers that contribute right away every season. And when these student-athletes begin to gel with the skilled veterans, the Knights take off. Cromwell realizes this will be an even more important ingredient in 2010 if the Black and Gold desires to repeat as Conference USA champions. The Knights lost several pieces from a 2009 squad that was ranked as high as No. 8 in the nation, including All-American midfielder Becca Thomas, leading scorer Courtney Whidden and Nikki Moore who arguably will go down as one of the best backs in UCF history.

In all, UCF is without five starters from a year ago, but with a total of 16 freshmen on this season’s roster, the newcomers have a perfect chance to immediately crack the lineup in preseason camp. Yet the talent level of the 20 returning Knights will still make the 2010 club a powerful threat in C-USA once again. Heading into her 12th year as the leader of the Knights, Cromwell shares her thoughts as the 2010 season approaches. Q: You lost a lot of quality seniors so what are the main concerns for you going into preseason camp? A: The biggest thing will probably be finding goal scoring and who will step up to fill Courtney’s shoes. But also the playmaking that Becca provided in the midfield will be another main area we need to focus on. All of our seniors had huge roles for us last year including Yvonne George up front and how she terrorized defenses, Nikki Moore in the back and

Emily Maynard in the midfield. We also had a great keeper in Lynzee Lee who will be missed this year, but fortunately we do have Aline Reis back for her junior season. So where our goals come from and who will spearhead the attack from the midfield are the two big questions we need to answer. Q: Who do you think can replace Courtney Whidden and Yvonne George? A: Based on the spring, Kim Newsome and Tishia Jewell should be vying for the role as our leading goal scorer. One of them should get a bunch of assists and the other will get more opportunities to finish. They are not natural goal scorers like Whidden who was really gifted in that area, so they have to really be focused on timing runs and being in the right place on first touches. They need to be pure finishers instead of just striking the ball. Tishia didn’t score a goal last year so we want her to get on a roll early this year to build her confidence. But they both can be very dynamic up top. Q: And what about filling in for Becca Thomas? A: There are a lot of midfielders that will be given shots, but based on this past spring we have to look at Stacie Hubbard and Katie Jackson as two players who have done well for us. We put Hubbard into more of an attacking role in the spring, as she was primarily a defensive mid in the past. She’s very good on the dribble and can be very explosive. We also could add another defensive mid in there and have both of them attacking. Katie has better playmaking ability, I think she sees the game a bit better than our other midfielders and she can play the special balls that Becca did for us last year.

Pronunciations

Nicolette Radovcic .......................ra-DOHV-cheech Aline Reis....................................ah-LIN-ee RAY-is Kristina Trujic ..........................................TRUE-jik

Q: You have Christina Petrucco, Lauren Halbert and Bianca Joswiak returning. So what do you expect from the defense in 2010? A: We did have freshman Ashley Nicol in the spring, and she stepped into that right back spot and played great. She has great crosses and hits a good ball. The one thing she has that Nikki was lacking is her heading ability. She is very good in the air, and that will add to the strength of our defense. Ashley will be able to get up and down the line, but right now doesn’t have the one-on-one ability that Nikki possessed, so we’ll have to get on her to join the attack. Q: Aline Reis was an All-American keeper as a freshman, and her stats were even better as a sophomore. How do you feel knowing that she continues to anchor the defense? A: Aline is so quick and agile, and her positioning is so good that her 5-foot-3 frame isn’t a liability. We’ve had tall keepers in the past that get beat on high balls, but Aline is able to reach them. She just needs to stay healthy. We would like to keep her in a plastic bubble if possible. Combining Aline and our returning defenders, we have high expectations of our defense in terms of shutouts and goals against. Q: What are your thoughts on your schedule, which is as always very tough? A: We have the right mix of teams in our schedule. A lot of them have been to the NCAA Tournament and others who are on the cusp of getting in. We don’t have any easy games this year as always. We have to show up everyday for training and on gamedays because it’s just as important to get those early non-conference victories for our RPI and a possible atlarge bid.

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Amanda Cromwell Head Coach - 12th Season with the Knights Head coach Amanda Cromwell continues to guide the Knights into the national spotlight as she begins her 12th season at UCF. From top-10 rankings, NCAA Tournaments, conference championships and All-Americans, the UCF women’s soccer program only looks for even bigger things in 2010. Team Success Since taking over the helm of UCF women’s soccer in 1999, Cromwell has guided her team to a 158-68-15 record, eight NCAA Tournament appearances, four Atlantic Sun Tournament championships and three C-USA regular-season titles. The Knights have capped off the last nine seasons ranked among the top squads in their region, including a No. 1 ranking in the Central Region by the NSCAA in 2009. During that ‘09 campaign, UCF was in the national rankings every week beginning in mid-September, climbing to No. 8 in the country Oct. 27 which was UCF’s highest mark in the Cromwell era. Individual Honors In addition to her accomplishments as head coach, Cromwell also has helped her players excel individually both on and off the field. During her tenure, Knights have earned 79 all-conference honors and 28 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region selections. The awards piled on following the Knights’ dominant 2009 campaign. Becca Thomas became UCF’s first midfielder since 1995 to be honored as an All-American, while she joined Nikki Moore, Courtney Whidden and Aline Reis as all-region selections. When C-USA released its postseason accolades, UCF placed four on the first team: Thomas, Moore, Whidden and Reis. That was highlighted by Thomas being voted as the C-USA Midfielder of the Year. As her players were being dressed with trophies, Cromwell received a little hardware as well. The leader of the Knights was named the 2009 C-USA Coach of the Year as well as the All-Central Region Coach of the Year. In 2008, Cromwell helped Reis develop into UCF’s first overall All-American since 1995, as Reis was one of just three freshmen on either the first or second team. Meanwhile, Courtney Baines (2004 and 2005) and Jennifer Manis (2007) both received conference defensive player of the year honors, Danielle dos Santos was the 2007 C-USA Newcomer of the Year, Jennifer Montgomery was named 2002 Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year and Michelle Anderson earned 2001 A-Sun Player of the Year recognition. Her student-athletes are also known for their academic success, as they have collected 184 conference academic awards. In 2005, Baines received ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America honors and the C-USA Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete Award. Thomas later would become the seventh different player in UCF history to earn NSCAA/adidas Women’s Collegiate Scholar All-America honors, joining former Cromwell protégés Baines, Jennifer Manis, Jackie VanLooven, dos Santos and Allison Blagriff. Year-By-Year Highlights With a talented senior class, the 2009 Knights had a lot to look forward to as they would play the second toughest nonconference schedule in the country. And with victories over No. 4 Florida State and No. 10 Duke, UCF was in line for a big year. The C-USA Coach of the Year, Cromwell took her squad to a No. 8 national ranking, a 17-5-1 record and a C-USA regular season title by going 10-1-0 in league play. The Knights were a No. 3 seed for the NCAA Tournament but were forced to travel to Wisconsin for the dance. Although the Black and Gold suffered a loss in chilly conditions in the second round, 2009 was certainly a year to remember. Not only did UCF make its third-straight trip to the postseason, it set a single-season attendance record with 4,601 fans in eight matches, including a school mark of 1,142 fans who saw UCF upset FSU in overtime.

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Cromwell and the Knights also put together a grueling schedule for 2008, and the results did not disappoint. UCF completed the year with a 14-6-3 record, and went 5-2-1 in a non-conference slate that included four ranked teams. That, along with a 7-2-2 mark in C-USA, helped the Black and Gold secure an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament, where it topped Miami to reach at least the second round for the eighth time in school history. UCF finished 2008 by ranking first in All-C-USA Team selections, with Becca Thomas and Nikki Moore leading the way as members of the first team. The 2007 season gave the Knights yet another championship ring, as the Knights claimed a share of the C-USA regular-season title and finished with a 15-4-4 record. UCF went on to earn an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament, where it defeated Auburn and played No. 6 Florida to a 0-0 draw in the second round. The Black and Gold completed 2007 ranked No. 20 in the final RPI poll and No. 30 in the Soccer Buzz national rankings. During its sophomore campaign in C-USA in 2006, UCF posted a record of 11-6-2, including a 1-0 shutout of No. 9 Rice and a 2-1 win over No. 15 SMU. Five Knights were named to the all-conference teams as forward Roberta Pelarigo and midfielder Becca Thomas grabbed first-team honors and goalkeeper Jennifer Manis received a spot on the C-USA AllAcademic Team. Both Pelarigo and Manis also were tapped for NSCAA All-Southeast Region accolades. The Knights enjoyed tremendous success in their inaugural season in C-USA in 2005. They posted a 12-10 overall mark and an 8-1 record in conference play to earn a share of the regular season championship. After defeating Houston 3-2 in the first round of the C-USA Championship, UCF fell to eventual runner-up and NCAA Tournament participant UTEP. During the team’s final season in the Atlantic Sun, the Knights went 17-4-2 overall and were a perfect 9-0 against teams from the state of Florida, including wins over No. 14 Florida State and No. 10 Florida. They were 8-2 in league play as they picked up the A-Sun’s first ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, where they defeated Florida, 3-2, in the first round. Cromwell led UCF to a 16-5-1 record in 2003 as the team won the A-Sun Tournament crown for the third consecutive season. The Black and Gold advanced to the NCAA Tournament, where Florida topped the Knights, 3-2, in double overtime in the first round. The success of 2003 came on the heels of a record-breaking 2002 season. That year, the Knights posted an 18-5-0 mark, eclipsing the program record for most wins previously set by Cromwell’s 1999 squad. After defending both the A-Sun regular season and tournament titles, UCF returned to the NCAA College Cup for the second consecutive year - and took a 2-0 loss at the hands of Auburn in its opening match. In 2001, the Knights finished with a 14-6 record and took top honors in the A-Sun before making a trip to the NCAA Tournament for the second time under Cromwell’s leadership. UCF compiled an 8-11-1 overall mark and landed second in the conference in 2000 thanks to a 7-2 record against A-Sun opponents. And after a 7-5 start in 1999, UCF rebounded with a 10-game unbeaten streak that included a 1-0 win over Furman in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before perennial power North Carolina halted the Knights’ bid for a national crown. They finished the year with a 16-6-1 overall record and an 8-0-1 conference mark. Cromwell Prior to UCF A native of Annandale, Va., Cromwell led the Annandale High School team to a state championship and earned NSCAA All-America honors. The school retired her jersey after she graduated. Cromwell continued her playing career at the University of Virginia, where she captained the squad to the 1991 NCAA Final Four. She added even more individual honors to her resume, including two All-America selections and four All-Atlantic Coast conference awards. She earned Soccer America’s MVP award twice, captured three all-south region selections and was a finalist for the Hermann Trophy.

THE CROMWELL FILE Education: University of Virginia, 1992, B.A. in biology Coaching Career: UCF, Head Coach, 1999-Present University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Head Coach, 1996-98 University of Virginia, Assistant Coach, 1992-94 Playing Career: San Jose CyberRays, 2003 Maryland Pride, 1997 Atlanta Beat, 2002 Washington Freedom, 2001 Hammarby IF, Sweden, 1994 U.S. National Team, 1991-98 Charlotte Eagles, 2000 Tampa Bay Extreme, 1998 Virginia, 1988-92 In her first year at UVA, Cromwell was selected to Soccer America’s All-Freshman Team and took the team’s rookie of the year award. Following her standout career in Charlottesville, Cromwell continued to make a name for herself. She was a member of the U.S. team that took third at the 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Sweden and an alternate on the 1996 gold medal winning Olympic team in Athens, Ga., after coming back from a serious knee injury. She earned 55 caps while representing the Red, White and Blue at least once every year from 1991-98. Cromwell has also lent her playing talents to the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA). She began her career with the Washington Freedom in 2001, starting 18 matches and scoring two goals. The following season, she played in 12 games as a member of the Atlanta Beat, then moved on to the San Jose CyberRays in 2003. Representing UCF Around the Globe During the summer, Cromwell acts as the director of the Central Florida Soccer Academy, which is held on the campus of UCF. She continues to serve as an ambassador for the game as a member of the U.S. Soccer Board of Directors. Before the 2007 season, Cromwell worked on the coaching staff for the U-14 Girls’ National Development ID Camp, which took place in California. And during 2008, she served as an assistant coach for the United States U-20 Women’s National Team, which claimed its second FIFA World Cup trophy since 2002. When 2009 began, the leader of the Knights was back in the U.S. program, joining the Women’s National Team in January as an assistant coach as it prepared for the Algarve Cup in Portugal. Cromwell would later be appointed to the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee in 2010, and is serving a four-year term. In 2002-06, she earned a spot on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports as part of President George W. Bush’s Healthier U.S. Initiative. The council is charged with promoting fitness and athletic activities to Americans of all ages. She was also selected for the Athletes in Action Women’s Advisory Board, a committee whose goal it is to identify and equip potential leaders in women’s sports. Cromwell holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Virginia. She resides in Winter Park.


Colby Hale Associate Head Coach - Eighth Season with the Knights ghts Colby Hale has evolved into one of the premier assistant coaches in the country. In his eighth year with UCF and his fourth as the associate head coach in 2010-11, Hale serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator while his on-field responsibilities include coaching the Knights’ attack. The UCF offense has scored 313 goals during his seven-year tenure, and was ranked among the top 25 scoring offenses nationally for two-consecutive seasons. It also placed 35th in the country in 2007 by amassing 46 goals. Hale has guided 24 offensive players to all-conference honors, while 16 received all-region recognition. Meanwhile, Hale’s recruiting classes have also garnered national attention. In 2006, UCF’s incoming class was listed at 24th by SoccerBuzz.com, the program’s highest national ranking. The Knights were also ranked among the top 75 in 2004 and 2005. Prior to the 2007 campaign, Hale witnessed UCF claim the top recruiting spot in C-USA and was ranked 39th in the nation.

Over the past seven years, Hale’s recruits have earned five conference player of the year awards, 49 all-conference honors and 28 all-region distinctions. Meanwhile Aline Reis was named an NSCAA All-American in 2008 and Becca Thomas followed that up by being selected as an NSCAA All-American in 2009. During Hale’s first two seasons at UCF, the Knights won Atlantic Sun Championship titles and played in the postseason. The 2004 squad advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championship. In 2003 and 2004, Hale helped coach a UCF offense that was ranked in the top 25 in the country in scoring. Since moving to C-USA in 2005, Hale has helped the Knights rack up two regular-season crowns and two trips to the NCAA Tournament. Before moving to UCF, Hale spent three years as an assistant coach at Oral Roberts. The Golden Eagles won two Mid-Continent Conference regular season titles with Hale on the sideline. In Hale’s first season at Oral Roberts, the team recorded a school-record 14 victories in 2000.

While at Oral Roberts, Hale also worked as the director of coaching for the Central Tulsa Thunder Soccer Club. In 2002, he began coaching in the Oklahoma Olympic Development Program. A 1997 graduate from Oral Roberts, Hale served as an assistant boy’s soccer coach at Union High School in Tulsa, Okla. Union captured the 1997 Oklahoma Class 5A State Championship.

THE HALE FILE Education: Oral Roberts, 1999, B.S. in theology Coaching Career: UCF, Associate Head Coach, 2007-Present UCF, Assistant Coach, 2003-06 Oral Roberts, Assistant Coach, 2000-02

Donna Fishter Assistant Coach - 11th Season with the Knights UCF has always been known for its dynamic and impressive goalkeepers. And in her 11th season as an assistant coach, Donna Fishter continues to

During 2008, Fishter mentored redshirt freshman Reis into becoming UCF’s first starting freshman keeper since 1995, as she went on to post six shutouts and 107 saves, the fifthmost in school history. Fishter’s guidance enabled Reis to be named an NSCAA All-American, serving as one of just three freshmen in the country who were selected to either the first or second teams. Reis also was voted onto the All-C-USA Second Team and the C-USA All-Freshman Team.

Since Fishter arrived in Orlando for the 2000 campaign, the Knights have posted 87 total shutouts. She has mentored some of the top goalkeepers in school history, including Jessica Kuhlman, Jennifer Manis and All-American Aline Reis. Kuhlman earned First-Team All-Atlantic Sun Conference honors in 2002 and finished her career with 19.8 shutouts, good for fifth all-time at UCF.

In addition to her duties with the keepers, Fishter provides the team with leadership training throughout the year.

After posting a 1.07 overall GAA and four shutouts, Manis was named Second-Team All-Conference USA and earned a spot on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Southeast Region third team in 2006. She followed that up in 2007 with 10 shutouts, a 0.87 GAA and 126 saves, the second most in a single-season at UCF. Manis went on to be named the C-USA Defensive Player of the Year and an NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-American.

Fishter spent three years playing in the United Soccer Leagues women’s division. She started her career with the Indiana Blaze in 1997. After moving to Florida, Fishter spent time with the Orlando Ladyhawks and the Tampa Bay Extreme.

lead the way in net.

It was pretty difficult for opponents to contend with the 2009 keepers in Reis and Lynzee Lee. A Hermann Trophy Watch List member, Reis collected seven shutouts, a 0.95 GAA and 82 saves, while Lee was a perfect 5-0-1 in net with a 0.54 GAA and a .864 save percentage. Both players would be named C-USA Players of the Week during the year, while Reis was voted as the goalkeeper on the All-C-USA First Team.

A 1995 graduate from Anderson University in Indiana with a degree in graphic design and communications, Fishter started in goal for the Ravens from 1992-94. Upon graduation, she joined the coaching staff at her alma mater.

After a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Edgewater High School in Orlando, she served as the head coach at Trinity Prep in 1999. Fishter also founded Sequel Ministries, Inc., an organization dedicated to leading and training generations to continuously pursue the abundant life in Christ. Over the last six years, she has traveled throughout the country delivering the organization’s message.

Fishter is currently seeking her master’s degree in biblical studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. Fishter assists head coach Amanda Cromwell with the administration and operation of the Central Florida Soccer Academy each summer.

THE FISHTER FILE Education: Anderson University, 1995, B.A. in graphic design and communications. Presently working on her master’s in biblical studies at Reformed Theological Seminary Coaching Career: UCF, Assistant Coach, 2000-Present Central Florida United Premier Coach, 1998-00 and 2007-Present Trinity Prep, Head Coach, 1999 Edgewater High School, Assistant Coach, 1998 Anderson University, 1995-97 Playing Career: Tampa Bay Extreme, 1999 Orlando Ladyhawks, 1998 Indiana Blaze, 1997 Anderson University, 1991-94

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Lauren Halbert

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Sr. - 5-9 - D/M - Niceville, Fla./Niceville 2009 - Earned the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal for having a GPA above 3.75 - Voted onto the C-USA All-Academic Second Team and the NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Third Team - Played in every minute in 21 of 23 matches - Led UCF in minutes played with 2,051, the only Knight to see over 2,000 minutes of action - Part of a defense that notched 10 shutouts, limiting opponents to just 20 goals in 23 matches - Posted one goal and three assists for five points, placing seven of 14 shots on goal - Earned assists against FGCU, UAB and Southern Miss - Scored the game-winner in the 65th minute vs. UAB in the C-USA semifinals - Earned a spot on the C-USA All-Tournament Team

2008 - Battled back from an early injury to play in 12 matches with one start - Although in a shortened season, still tallied three goals and two assists - Took seven shots with four of them on net - Registered two game-winners and was 1-for-1 on penalty kicks - In her first game of the year, scored the tying goal with only 1:01 remaining in regulation in a 1-1 draw against East Carolina - Notched the game-winner vs. SMU and added an assist against Southern Miss - Assisted on the tying goal vs. Miami in the NCAA Tournament, then scored the eventual game-winner on a penalty kick in the first half - Played a season-best 63 minutes in the NCAA Tournament vs. No. 8 Florida

2007 - One of only 27 UCF recipients of the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal for student-athletes who achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or better - Came off the bench in 18 matches, registering one goal on nine total shots - Recorded at least 20 minutes in eight games

- Hit the back of the net vs. Marshall off three shots, two on goal - Had a season-high 40 minutes played in the NCAA Tournament Second Round tie against Florida

Prior to UCF - A four-year letterwinner under coaches Michael Denton and Tim Brown at Niceville High School - Three-time first-team all-area and all-county - Received the Golden Boot award three times - Scored 31 goals and added eight assists, receiving all-state honorable mention as a freshman - Tallied 36 goals and 11 assists as a sophomore then had 18-5--41 totals the following year - Added 40 goals and nine assists as a senior, helping Niceville reach the state semifinals - Team the won the district championship and advanced to the regional semifinals all four seasons - Played with the Pensacola Futbol club that won the 2002 Florida State Cup title - Was a member of the Northwest Florida Force that captured the Orange Classic Championship in 2005 and 2006 - A starting forward on the Florida ODP team in 2002 and from 2004-06 - Invited to USYS Region III ODP camp three years

Personal - Daughter of Frank and Kerry Halbert

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2007 18/0 2008 12/1 2009 23/23 Totals 53/24

Kacie Horner

G 1 3 1 5

A 0 2 3 5

PTS 2 8 5 15

SH 9 7 14 30

SOG 4 4 7 15

GWG 0 2 1 3

#19

GTG 0 1 0 1

Sr. - 5-6 - F - Franklin, Tenn./Franklin 2009 - Saw time in seven games - Took one shot vs. Florida International Sept. 6, playing 31 minutes - Put in 21 minutes of work against Southern Miss

2008 - Sat out the month of September with an injury, but did see time in 11 matches - Took three shots, placing two of them on goal - Played at least 10 minutes in six matches during the year

2007 - Came off the bench in 16 matches before suffering an injury - Played 410 minutes, picking up a goal and an assist while taking 15 total shots

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2007 16/0 2008 11/0 2009 7/0 Totals 34/0

6

G 1 0 0 1

A 1 0 0 1

PTS 3 0 0 3

SH 15 3 1 19

SOG 6 2 0 8

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GWG 0 0 0 0

GTG 0 0 0 0

- Earned a key assist in a 3-2 win over Loyola - Registered a season-high four shots and 49 minutes played at Marshall - Scored in the victory at Tulsa by ripping two shots on goal

Prior to UCF - Played four years for head coach Jimmy Burchett at Franklin High School - Two-time all-region and all-district honoree - Scored 14 goals and helped the Rebels win the AAA state championship as a freshman - Earned the offensive MVP award after leading the team in scoring during sophomore campaign - A senior captain and netted eight goals - Named all-mid-state that same year - Also played for the TNFC `89 Blue club team, which won five state titles - Was the state runner-up and a regional semi-finalist in 2006 - Captured the 2006 Premier League Champions - Inducted into the National Honor Society - Named an International Baccalaureate Diploma candidate

Personal - Daughter of Stephen and Karen Horner


Amanda Martorana #6 Sr. - 5-4 - M/F - Middleburg, Fla./St. John’s Country Day 2009 - An important forward off the bench, playing in 20 games with two starts - Registered three goals on the year, and placed 10 of 20 total shots on net - Scored goals against FIU, Marshall and Colorado College - Named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team - Delivered four goals for eight points while playing in 17 matches - Put eight of her nine shots on net - Posted a key goal in a 2-0 win over No. 17 Illinois, then followed that up with another goal in the next game at UAB - Put a shot into the mesh vs. Marshall - Played a season-high 52 minutes and tallied a goal against Houston

Year G/GS 2007 22/7 2008 17/0 2009 20/2 Totals 59/9

G 1 4 3 8

A 4 0 0 4

PTS 6 8 6 20

SH 13 9 20 42

- Completed first year with the Knights with a goal and four assists for six points - Took 13 shots on the year with nine of them on goal - Had two assists in the UCF Invitational - Posted a helper at Tulsa and SMU - Scored the game-winner against Auburn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

Prior to UCF

2008

Career Statistics

2007

SOG 9 8 10 27

GWG 1 0 0 1

GTG 0 0 0 0

- Played under head coach Mike Pickett at St. John’s Country Day School - During her senior year, team claimed its second-straight Florida 2A state title, outscoring opponents 33-0 in the tournament - The program’s all-time leading scorer with 148 goals and second in assists with 86 - Owns the school records for most assists, most goals and most points in a game - Named the team MVP in 2003, 2004 and 2006 - Also played club for the Clay County United and Jacksonville Youth Soccer - Trained with the Florida Olympic Development Program from 2002-05 - Ran track as well, winning the state title in the 100m and 200m in 2006

Personal - Daughter of Carmelo and Paula Martorana

Jaclyn Meade

#0

R-Sr. - 5-6 - GK - Sarasota, Fla./Georgia 2007 - Member of the 2007 Knights but did not see game action

Prior to UCF - Was part of the roster at the University of Georgia soccer team during the 2006 season, where she redshirted - Attended Sarasota High School, where she graduated in the top three percent of her class - Helped team to a second-place showing at the Florida Youth Soccer Association State Cup U19 girls tournament and first in the U19 Club Directors League

- Member of the IMG Soccer Academy from 2001-06 - Program was the Orange Classic champions from 2004-05, and ranked first in the U.S. Soccer League from 2002-03 and in the CDL from 2004-05 - Played for the Olympic Development Program team (2003-05), where she helped lead the squad to a regional title

Personal - Daughter of James and Claire Meade

#14

Kim Newsome Sr. - 5-7 - F - Apopka, Fla./Polk C.C.

2009 -Worked in all 23 matched, starting once, and finished with two goals and four assists for eight points -Scored one game-winner and took 16 total shots, putting nine on net -Handled most of the Knights’ throw-ins near the opposing goal -Scored goals against UTEP and SMU, with assists against FIU (two), Marshall and Tulsa

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2009 23/1 Totals 23/1

G 2 2

A 4 4

PTS 8 8

SH 16 16

SOG 9 9

GWG 1 1

GTG 0 0

Prior to UCF - Two-time NJCAA and NSCAA All-American while at Polk C.C. - Team ranked sixth in the country in 2007-08 and eighth in 2008-09 - 2007 Polk Women’s Athlete of the Year - Finished with 110 career goals and 40 assists at the high school level, playing for Apopka her final three seasons and Evans High School as a freshman - Earned all-metro, all-county and all-Central Florida honors three seasons - Captain all four years for IUS Hayasa of the Region III Premier League - Placed third in the Donnelly Cup nationals - Member of the 2006-07 U-23 National Camp/Pool - Helped the Florida Women’s Select Team to a regional championship in 2007 - Competed for the Florida Olympic Development Program Team from 1999-05, as it grabbed fourth place in the 2005 nationals

Personal - Daughter of Roosevelt and Geneiva Newsome

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Christina Petrucco #22 Sr. - 5-9 - D - Plantation, Fla./American Heritage 2009 - Started 22 matches in 2009, playing 1,997 minutes - Competed in every minute in 21 of those 22 games - Lifted the defense to 10 shutouts in 23 matches, holding opponents to only 20 goals - Collected two assists, and took eight shots overall from the back line - Earned assists against FIU Sept. 6 and UAB Sept. 25

2008 - Started 18 of 19 matches at defender, guiding the Knights to eight shutouts - Registered 1,662 minutes of playing time, taking five shots with two on goal - Played 90 minutes or more in her first 15 matches of the season, including five games that went into double overtime - Also played the full 90 minutes in the NCAA Tournament contest at No. 8 Florida - Connected for the game-winning goal in double OT on a header off a corner kick at Colorado College

2007 - Voted onto the C-USA All-Freshman Team - Started 11 of 17 matches, posting 1,131 minutes of work, three total shots and one shot on goal - Had at least 70 minutes of work in 10 games - Collected a shot against No. 7 Penn State, Ole Miss and Colorado College - Played all 110 minutes against Miami and No. 11 Florida State, as well as vs. No. 6 Florida in the NCAA Tournament Second Round

Prior to UCF - A five-year letterwinner for head coach Melissa Parham at American Heritage High School, where she played with teammate Heather Dooley - Recorded 15 goals and 11 assists in her career - Received all-county recognition from the Miami Herald and South Florida SunSentinel three times - Team went to the state final four in 2004 and 2006, while winning the championship in 2005 - AHHS squad was ranked No. 1 in the nation by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America - Named most improved player as a freshman - Earned the State Farm Good Neighbor Good Sport Award and the Best Midfielder Award as a junior - Nominated for the Wendy’s Florida High School Heisman Award - Also played for the Weston Fury

Personal - Daughter of Steve and Becky Petrucco

Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G/GS 17/11 19/18 22/22 58/51

G 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 2 2

PTS 0 2 2 4

Brianna Schooley

SH 3 5 8 16

SOG 1 2 3 6

GWG 0 1 0 1

#5

GTG 0 0 0 0

R-Sr. - 5-9 - M - Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas 2009 - Competed in the first five matches of the year before suffering a season-ending injury - Played 170 minutes during the 2010 season, taking four shots

2008 - Completed the year in second place on the team with six assists while playing in all 23 games - Added a pair of goals for 10 total points - Helped out on goals vs. Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss and in the C-USA Championship vs. Rice - Delivered a career-high six points on two goals and two assists against Houston - Against the Cougars, amassed a season-best six shots with three on net - Also took three shots with two on target in the NCAA Tournament vs. Miami

2007 - Made 14 starts in 22 matches played, scoring six goals and adding three assists for 15 points - Four of her six tallies were game-winners, which ranked in a tie for second in Conference USA - Scored twice and had the game-winner against both Loyola and at SMU - Named C-USA Offensive Player of the Week for her efforts in the win over the Greyhounds - Peppered the UTEP goalie with six shots and had two assists in the victory over the Miners - Recorded game-winners in the regular-season finale against Southern Miss and the C-USA semifinal win over Rice - Had an assist against Auburn in the NCAA Tournament Second Round

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2006 - Played in all 19 matches, starting four - Earned a spot on the C-USA Commisioner’s Honor Roll - Scored three goals for six points - Fifth on the team in shots with 26 - Recorded first collegiate goal against Florida Atlantic - Netted the game-winner at East Carolina - Had the opening goal against No. 15 SMU

Prior to UCF - Played at Douglas High School - Recorded 38 goals with 22 assists in her final season - Team won the state title three times - Received All-America recognition from both EA Sports and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) - Also selected Florida Player of the Year by the NSCAA - Named Miss Soccer by Florida Dairy Farmers Association - Claimed first-team all-state honors for three years - Twice named Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald Player of the Year - A five-time club state champion, regional champion and U16 national final four - Also played for the Florida State and Region III ODP team pool teams

Personal - Daughter of Nick and Donna Schooley

Career Statistics Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G/GS 19/4 22/14 23/14 5/0 69/32

G 3 6 2 0 11

A 0 3 6 0 9

PTS 6 15 10 0 31

SH 26 33 41 4 104

SOG 15 14 15 0 44

GWG 1 4 0 0 5

GTG 0 0 0 0 0


Stacie Hubbard

#20

Jr. - 5-7 - M/F - Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin 2009 - A defensive midfielder who started every game - Totaled 1,705 minutes of action, posting one goal and 25 shots - Was a CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer of the week thanks to scoring the gamewinning goal against No. 10 Duke Aug. 30

2008 - Voted onto the C-USA All-Freshman Team, playing mostly as a defensive midfielder for the Knights - Played in all 23 matches, making 16 starts and putting in 1,621 minutes of work - Finished with three assists and 15 total shots

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Totals

G/GS 23/16 23/23 46/39

G 0 1 1

A 3 0 3

PTS 3 2 5

SH 15 25 40

SOG 3 5 8

GWG 0 1 1

GTG 0 0 0

- Earned first collegiate point by setting up the game-winner in a 1-0 win at No. 19 Florida - Also delivered assists against Marshall and Tulsa, both victories - Logged over 70 minutes on 14 occasions, including over 100 against East Carolina and Colorado College

Prior to UCF - Starter all four seasons at Mandarin High School - Team captain as a senior and posted 92 career goals and 104 assists - Earned a spot on the All-Gateway Conference First Team every year - At the club level, was part of the 2005 and 2007 Disney Showcase final four and the 2006 title game - Played in the 2006 Florida Youth Soccer Association State Cup final four, the 2006 Score at the Shore championship match and the Raleigh Cup finals in 2004 and 2005 - Won the Region III Premier League title during the 2006-07 season - Was a starter with the Florida “A” Team Olympic Development Program from 2004-06, where the squad placed third at the 2006 national championships

Personal - Daughter of Jeff and Karrie Hubbard

#15

Katie Jackson

Jr. - 5-7 - M - Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite 2009 - Tied for third on the team with 12 points on five goals and two assists - A key bench player, seeing time in all 23 matches while making two starts - Posted three game-winning goals and went 1-for-1 on penalty kicks - Scored game-winners against FGCU, Marshall and Tulsa, and also put one in the back of the net vs. FIU and Southern Miss - Had a three-point game with a goal and a helper vs. Marshall

2008 - Played in all 23 matches as a freshman, making eight starts and finishing with 1,012 minutes of action - Totaled three goals and four assists for 10 points, which ranked in a tie for fifth on the team - Posted a point in three-straight games, notching first collegiate goal against UC Davis before helping out on tallies vs. Illinois State and No. 17 Illinois - Collected three points on a goal and an assist against both Memphis and Tulsa

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2008 23/8 2009 23/2 Totals 46/10

G 3 5 8

A 4 2 6

PTS 10 12 22

SH 16 22 38

SOG 5 10 15

GWG 0 3 3

Prior to UCF - Two-time co-captain at Satellite High School - Selected as the 2007-08 Florida Gatorade Player of the Year - Named an Orlando Sharks 2007-08 Annual Elite 11 Pro Prospect - Won Satellite’s Golden Boot Award, was an All-Space Coast Conference pick and earned Florida Today Player of the Year honors by scoring 50 goals and adding 30 assists as a senior - Team won the state title in 2006-07 - Was the 2005 Michelle Akers Classic Offensive MVP - Competed with the Space Coast United club team, helping it win the 2006 and 2007 state crowns - With the Indialantic Force, finished in second in points in the Region III Premier League - Also participated with the Florida ODP 89’s from 2004-07

Personal - Daughter of Amy and Jeff Jackson

GTG 0 0 0

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Aline Reis

#1

R-Jr. - 5-3 - GK - Campinas, Brazil/Anglo Campinas as 2009 - Participated in the Brazil National Team camp during the summer of 2009 - A Hermann Trophy Watch List member prior to the season - Named to the All-C-USA First Team as well as the NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team - In 19 games, earned seven shutouts and made 82 saves, tied for the 10th most in single-season history - Completed her year with a 0.95 GAA and a .828 save percentage - Was the NSCAA National Player of the Week, Soccer America Team of the Week, CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer of the Week and C-USA Defensive Player of the Week after shutting out No. 4 Florida State (9/10) and USF (9/13) - Posted shutouts of FGCU, FSU, USF, ECU, SMU, UAB (C-USA Tourney) and UWM (NCAA First Round) - Made a season-high nine saves against the Seminoles - Missed the USF Tournament (9/4 and 9/6) due to an injury - Totaled 15 saves in UCF’s two NCAA Tournament matches

2008 - In first season at the Division I level, became the first Knight since 1995 to be named an All-American, earning a spot on the NSCAA All-America Second Team - Was one of just three freshmen in the country to be on the first or second teams - Served as just the second Knight in program history to grab a spot on the Soccer America All-Freshman Team, earning a nod to the second team - Named to the Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Fourth Team and the All-Southeast Region Freshman Team - Selected to the All-C-USA Second Team, the All-C-USA Freshman Team and the C-USA All-Tournament Team - Also racked up four separate league Defensive Player of the Week awards - Finished tied for fifth on UCF’s single-season chart with 107 saves

- Posted a 13-6-3 record in 21 starts and 22 games played - Ranked second in C-USA in saves as well as shutouts with six - Her .793 save percentage placed sixth in the league - Earned first win and shutout by blanking No. 19 Florida on eight saves - Tallied a season-high 10 stops at Pacific, which was the Knights’ third-straight 1-0 victory - Made four saves in a shutout of No. 17 Illinois - Also collected shutouts of SMU and Tulsa - Notched 10 saves in the C-USA Championship, including nine vs. Memphis in the semifinals - Registered six saves in the NCAA Tournament win over Miami

2007 - Sat out the season due to an injury, earning a redshirt - Selected to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Prior to UCF - Played with former Knight Danielle dos Santos for the Guarani Football Club that produced former Knight standout and two-time All-Conference USA First-Team selection Roberta Pelarigo

Personal - Daughter of Rubens Chagas Reis and Naara Cristina Villares

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Totals

G/GS 22/21 19/18 41/39

W-L-T MIN 13-6-3 2003:26 12-5-0 1609:07 25-11-3 3612:33

GA 28 17 45

Katie Bolinsky

GAA 1.26 0.95 1.12

SV 107 82 189

SV% .793 .828 .808

SO 6 7 13

#24

R-So. - 5-7 - F - Coral Springs, Fla./Florida State Prior to UCF - Spent two seasons at Florida State, but sat out 2008 with an injury - Came off the bench in 17 matches in 2009, scoring twice on five shots on goal - Attended Majory Stoneman Douglas High School, helping to guide her team to three 6A state titles - Earned player of the year honors in 2007 by the Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel - Set the school’s single-season record with 55 goals as a junior - Competed on the club level for Team Boca from 2004-08, and was a member of the Renegades Blitz which won the state cup championship in 2003

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- Also played for the Clearwater Galactics of the WPSL in 2009, posting 19 points

Personal - Daughter of Greg and Barbara Bolinsky

Career Statistics Year G/GS G 2009* 17/0 2 Totals 17/0 2 * - at Florida State

A 0 0

PTS 4 4

SH 7 7

SOG 5 5

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0


#11

Heather Dooley

R-So. - 5-3 - F/M - Pembroke Pines, Fla./American Heritage age 2009

- Did not see game action

2008 - Saw time in three matches with 43 minutes played - Placed one shot on goal and earned a key assist in a 2-2 draw against UTEP - Also competed against Colorado College and Houston

Prior to UCF - A four-year starter for head coach Melissa Parham at American Heritage High School, where she played with fellow UCF teammate Christina Petrucco - Scored 93 goals and added 71 assists during her career - Three-time all-state honoree, and led the team twice in scoring - Named offensive player of the year in 2004 and 2005 - Earned second-team all-state recognition as a freshman before being selected first-team all-state as a sophomore and a junior

- Received all-county honors from the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun-Sentinel three consecutive seasons - AHHS squad won the state championship and was ranked No. 1 nationally by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in 2005 - Also played club soccer for the Weston Fury and trained with the state Olympic Development Program for three years

Personal - Daughter of Steve and Debbie Dooley - Father played semi-professional soccer in England

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2008 3/0 Totals 3/0

Tishia Jewell

G 0 0

A 1 1

PTS 1 1

SH 1 1

SOG 1 1

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0

#3

So. - 5-6 - F - Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite 2009 - Posted four assists on the year, which were tied for the third-most on the team - A key forward off the bench, playing in 21 matches and making five starts - Earned helpers against FGCU, Marshall, UTEP and Colorado College

- Florida Today Athlete of the Week during Jan. 2008 - Member of the Women’s Premier Soccer League Cocoa Expo Team - R3PL Premier League, RSL U-18s - Florida State Olympic Development Team from 2005-08 - 2007 U-17 Disney, Dallas Cup Spring Classic and Vulcan Cup champions

Personal - Daughter of Malcolm and Telethia Jewell

Prior to UCF - 2008-09 captain for Satellite High, which finished second at states in 2008 and claimed the 5A title in 2007 - 2008 Michelle Akers Courage and Leadership Award - 2007 FHSAA 5A Most Valuable Player - All-Space Coast First Team and Cape Coast All-Conference Team twice - Rise Magazine Florida All-Area Soccer Team Jan./Feb. 2008

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2009 21/5 Totals 21/5

G 0 0

Bianca Joswiak

A 4 4

PTS 4 4

SH 16 16

SOG 5 5

GWG 0 0

#7

GTG 0 0

So. - 5-6 - D - Berlin, Germany 2009 - All-C-USA Third Team - C-USA All-Freshman Team - Played in all 23 games, making starts in the last 22 - Helped the defense collect 10 shutouts and held opponents to only 20 goals in 23 matches - On the field for every minute in 12 matches, finishing with 1,817 minutes of work - Liked to get in the offense at times, taking 14 shots with five on net - Scored a goal against Marshall and posted assists against UTEP and Colorado College

Prior to UCF - Member of the U20 German National Team for the 10 Nations Cup - Suited up for the U17 and U15 German National Teams - Scored 120 goals in 120 matches for 1.FC Union Berlin - Played in 80 matches for the Berlin State-Select Team

Personal - Plans to study sports management

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2009 23/22 Totals 23/22

G 1 1

A 2 2

PTS 4 4

SH 14 14

SOG 5 5

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0

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Ashley Parrinello #30 So. - 5-6 - GK - Boca Raton, Fla./Florida Atlantic Prior to UCF - Started two of five matches played in 2009 for Florida Atlantic, making 37 saves in 263:17 minutes - Earned a redshirt with FAU in 2008 - Attended Spanish River High School, notching a 0.89 GAA with 10 shutouts to lead the Sharks to the District 10-6A championship in her first year as a starter

- Secured Palm Beach Post and Sun-Sentinel All-Area Girls Soccer First Team honors as a junior - Sun-Sentinel named her to its All-Area Second Team as a senior - Competed on the club level for Team Boca

Nicolette Radovcic #23 So. - 5-4 - F - Rockaway, N.J./Morris Knolls

2009 -C-USA All-Freshman Team -Led all UCF freshmen with four goals, and also had four assists for 12 points which tied for third on the team -Placed 14 of 26 totals shots on goal -Also tied for third at UCF with eight points in C-USA games -Scored the game-winner vs. USF and also had goals against ECU, UTEP and Southern Miss -Collected assists against Duke, FIU, UAB and Rice

Prior to UCF - Ranked among the top 10 leading scorers in Morris County - Earned New Jersey Girls Soccer Association all-state accolades

- Was a first-team all-county, all-area and all-conference honoree - 2008 U.S. Club Soccer National Champions with the PDA Pride - 2006 USYSA National Finalists - New Jersey State Cup semifinalists in 2006 and 2007

Personal - Daughter of Boris and Angela Radovcic

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2009 23/21 Totals 23/21

G 4 4

A 4 4

PTS 12 12

SH 26 26

SOG 14 14

GWG 1 1

GTG 0 0

Andrea Rodrigues #9 R-So. - 5-6 - M - St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg g

Suited up for the Portugal National Team in the summer of 2010, and earned her first international CAP by playing against Slovenia in a FIFA World Cup qualifying match. Also participated in the Brazil Under-20 National Team Camp that same summer.

2009 - Spent time during the summer of 2009 in the Brazil Under-19 National Team Camp - Participated in three matches before suffering a season-ending injury - Put one in the back of the net in the opener against Florida Gulf Coast Aug. 21

2008 - Saw time in 13 games as a freshman - Scored once and added two assists for four points - Placed four of six shots on goal - Added a key assist in the win over No. 17 Illinois - Registered a season-high 44 minutes with one shot against Houston - Tallied a goal at Southern Miss, then assisted on another in the NCAA Tournament triumph over Miami

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Prior to UCF - Served as the St. Petersburg High School captain three-straight years - Led the squad to the 2007 Class 6A district championship - Finished senior season as the top goal scorer in the country with 27, and added 16 assists en route to St. Pete Times first-team all-county honors - As a junior, guided St. Pete to the Class 6A state semis - Netted 82 goals and had 87 assists during her high school career - Was an International Baccalaureate student - Selected to the Florida “A” Team ODP from 2003-07, competing on the 2006 National ODP 90G third-place team and the 2005 Region III ODP 90G champioship squad - Played up one age group to help the St. Pete Raiders claim the 2003 state title

Personal - Daughter of Hortencia and Adelino Rodrigues

Career Statistics Year G/GS 2008 13/0 2009 3/0 Totals 16/0

G 1 1 2

A 2 0 2

PTS 4 2 6

SH 6 1 7

SOG 4 1 5

GWG 0 0 0

GTG 0 0 0


April Asby

#25

Fr. - 5-8 - D - Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo Prior to UCF - Three-time captain for Oviedo High School - All-state honoree as a junior - Also named all-conference her first three seasons - Holds her school’s assist record

- Was an all-region team honorable mention selection for her club team - Earned a spot on the principle’s honor roll - Member of the Seminole County Scholar Athlete Club

Personal - Daughter of Stephen and Marian Asby - Has two siblings Brooke, who played with the Knights from 1999-02, and Stephen

Spayne Avant

#12

Fr. - 5-2 - D - Coppell, Texas/Coppell Prior to UCF - Helped Coppell High School claim the 5A state title in 2009, and was selected to the all-state tournament team - Named a TASCO all-region and all-state honoree in 2009

- Also earned first team all-district and the best defensive player award in 2009 - Member of the D’feeters Soccer Club since 2006 - Also played for FC Dallas Soccer Club from 2005-06 and Dallas Inter Soccer Club from 2002-05 - Distinguished Achievement Program candidate with a GPA ranging from 4.3-4.4 on a 5.0 scale through high school

Personal - Daughter of Juan and Pauline Avant - Has three siblings, Sterling, Camille and Jazmyne

Casey Boyer

#16

Fr. - 6-0 - D - Hummelstown, Pa./Hershey Prior to UCF - Listed at No. 97 in the TopDrawerSoccer.com 2010 National Top 100 Girls rankings - Also a four-star recruit and No. 10 in her region - Earned 12 varsity letters in soccer, field hockey and basketball - Guided Hershey’s soccer team to the 2009 state semifinals - An all-state selection in 2008 and the team’s rookie of the year in 2007 - Also helped the field hockey team to the 2008 and 2009 state finals - Led Hershey Attack club team to the 2009 Disney Showcase and the 2004, 2007 and 2009 State Cup titles - The 2006 squad was the Region I champion and a national finalist - Olympic Development Program U-18 EPA captain for a team that claimed the

Region I title - Also a part of the U-17 Region I finalist squad - Member of the U-15 ODP Region 1 Team - Participated in the 2007 U.S. Youth Soccer National Development Camp in California - Member of the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society - Earned a spot on the distinguished honor roll every semester, and claimed the National I Dare You Leadership Award as well as Hershey’s Federated Women’s Club of America Student of the Month honor

Personal - Daughter of Stanley and Ann Boyer - Has one sister, Lauren

Amy Carhart

#18

R-Fr. - 5-7 - M - Manalapan, N.J./Manalapan 2009 - Earned a redshirt

Prior to UCF - Four-year starter and two-year captain at Manalapan - Recorded 53 career goals and 38 assists for 144 points - Helped the team claim the 2008 Class A North title - Selected 2008 All-Shore First Team, Second-Team All-State Group Four and First Team Monmouth County - Voted MVP in the senior All-Shore All-Star Game

- 2008 U.S. Club regional and national champions with the PDA Pride - 2006 USYSA national runner-up - Four-year member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Program state team (2003-07) - Two-year member of the Region 1 ODP Team (2004-05 and 2005-06) - ODP team claimed the Region 1 title in 2006 and 2007, and was the national champions in 2006 while serving as a national finalist in 2007 - Invited and attended the 2005 interregional training event

Personal - Daughter of Brian and Denise Carhart

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Kayla Darden

#28

Fr. - 5-7 - M - Marietta, Ga./Walton Prior to UCF - Joined the Walton High School varsity team as a freshman - Holds the school’s track and field record in the 400m dash - Concorde Fire Elite climbed to No. 2 in the state of Georgia and ranked No. 31 in the nation - Helped her team to the Georgia State Cup finals and the Las Vegas Showcase semifinals in 2009 - Also competed in the Elite Clubs National League, Region III Premier League and the Region III championship quarterfinals

- Named to the ‘92 ODP Team in 2008 - Guided club team to the WAGS Tournament title in 2008 and the Vulcan Cup crown in 2007 - Selected four County Honors Orchestra - Member of the school’s honor roll

Personal - Daughter of Suzette Darden - Has two siblings, Emily Darden and Katy Banks

Marissa Diggs

#32

Fr. - 5-7 - D - Rowlett, Texas/Rowlett Prior to UCF - A three-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com - Lettered all four years and served as the varsity captain from 2009-10 - Named the District 10-5A and the Rowlett High School Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 - Selected to the District 10-5A First Team in 2008 - Helped the team to at least the Region 2 quarterfinals from 2007-09, including the semifinals last year - Also played basketball and was the starter as a freshman - Part of the Olympic Development Program USYS ‘92 State Team - Guided the team to the 2009 USYS ‘92 national championship as well as the Region III crown - Competed for Sting ‘92 on the club level

- A U.S. Youth Soccer Region III semifinalist and a Red Bull National League finalist in 2009 - Region III Premier League West Champions in 2008, and participated in the U.S. Youth Soccer Nationals that year - Was a North Texas State Cup finalist in 2008 as well - Played for Polaris ‘92 from 2006-07, where she helped the squad to the North Texas State Cup finals, the Disney Showcase Predator Flight title and the Spring Classic title in 2007 - Member of the National Honor Society, was a Texas Scholar and earned the Academic Excellence Award in 2008 and 2009

Personal - Daughter of David and Michelle Diggs

Sokhara Goodall

#27

Fr. - 5-6 - D/M - Kent, England/Eltham Green Prior to UCF - Won three titles with the Chelsea Reserves (League, League Cup, County Cup) - Teammate of fellow UCF signee Katy Ling with the Chelsea Ladies FC, which competes in England’s top women’s soccer league, the premiership - Also won the County Cup and the League crown in her first season, and although the team lost the League Cup, she was named the Player of the Match - Attended the Chelsea Ladies Football Academy from 2007 to 2009 - Played for Millwall Lionesses from 11-16 years old, serving as captain for both the U14 and U16 teams

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- While there, was the U12 Most Improved Player as well as the U12 Player of the Year - Attended Arsenal Ladies Academy from 2005-06, and was one of a few academy players asked to train with the Arsenal Ladies first team regularly - First selected for an England camp at the U15 level, and is currently a squad member for the U23 program - One of the top scorers in the General Certificate of Secondary Education in physical education in the borough of London

Personal - Daughter of Robert and Julie Goodall - Has one sibling, Gemma


Emily Grider

#26

Fr. - 5-9 - M/F - Fort Worth, Texas/Nolan Catholic Prior to UCF - Finished as a three-star recruit rated by TopDrawerSoccer.com - Guided Nolan Catholic to the TAPPS 5A state finals from 2007-09 - School was ranked No. 31 in the country - Named to the all-state tournament team as well as the all-district teams in 2008 and 2009 - A Tarrant County Top 10 Player to Watch in 2010 - Earned a spot on the Star Telegram Super Team in 2008 - Was the 2009 TAPPS 5A district champion in the high jump and finished sixth in the state meet - Olympic Development Program North Texas State Team from 2004-08

- Attended the 2004 Sub Regional Camp in Oklahoma, and the 2005-07 Region III Camp in Alabama - Was invited to the 2008 ‘90 Region III Team Camp - Helped squad to the ‘91 ODP Region III championship in 2006 - Club team ranked fourth in North Texas and in the top 20 in Region III - Was the top scorer in the fall of 2009 with eight goals and four assists - Member of the Spanish Club and SADD

Personal - Daughter of Bill and Kim Grider - Has one sister, Staci who played soccer for UMBC from 1999-03, and one brother, Bill

Marleigh Howard #17 R-Fr. - 5-3 - M - Niceville, Fla./Niceville

2009 - Earned a redshirt

Prior to UCF - Four-year starter at Niceville, serving as the only freshman on the varsity team in 2006 - Team advanced to the 5A final four after winning districts as a sophomore - Named to the all-county team her first two seasons

- With club team First Coast KYX, won the 2008-09 Disney Showcase championship and in 2007-08, was the U.S. Club National Cup Region C champions, won the 11 v 11 President’s Day crown, was a Las Vegas College Showcase (Starlight) semifinalist and a U.S. Club National Cup national semifinalist - Olympic Development Program Florida State Team regional pool 2005-08

Personal - Daughter of Blevins and Jennifer Howard

Katy Ling

#33

Fr. - 5-3 - M/F - Kent, England/Fort Pitt Prior to UCF - Won three titles with the Chelsea Reserves (League, League Cup, County Cup) - Teammate of fellow UCF signee Sokhara Goodall with the Chelsea Ladies FC, which competes in England’s top women’s soccer league, the premiership - Debuted in her first game for the Chelsea Ladies first team during the 2009-10 season - Represented Kent County four-straight years at the U14 and U16 levels, where she helped her squad win two-consecutive county championships and the presti-

gious Umbro International Tournament in 2006-07 - Selected to play in the England U23s end of training camp match - Played for Charlton Centre of Excellence from 11-16 years old, and was the top goal scorer at each age group - Attended the Chelsea Ladies Football Academy from 2007 to 2009 - Also played for the West Ham Ladies Firs Team for the 2007-08 season where she led the way with 25 goals and was the player of the year

Personal - Daughter of Mike and Cheryl Ling - Has one sibling, Adam

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Kaylee Magamoll #00 Fr. - 5-9 - GK - Leesburg, Fla./Leesburg Prior to UCF - Named to the Daily Commercial All-Area First Team in January 2010, which honors players from Lake and Sumter counties

- Played for the Florida Rush Arsenal State Cup travel team - Also spent time with the Inter-United Soccer Dragons U-14 program

Ashley Nicol

#2

Fr. - 5-9 - D/M - Jacksonville, Fla./Ponte Vedra Prior to UCF - Spent the last two years at Ponte Vedra High School and her fresman and sophomore seasons with Nease - Selected as the MVP of the Timberwolf Classic game against Cardinal Gibbons in her senior year - Helped Ponte Vedra win the state title over that same Cardinal Gibbons program, and was named the team’s defensive MVP and to the all-county team as a junior - Earned honorable mention honors at the state’s final-four tournament

- Club team, First Coast Kyx, won the state title in 2006, and made it to the final four three-straight seasons after that championship campaign - Was the leading scorer for the Region 3 Premier League in 2006 - Also won two Disney Showcase titles, and made the A team for the Olympic Development Program

Personal - Daughter of Fred and Stephanie Nicol

Alex Piercy

#21

Fr. - 5-4 - M/F - Brookfield, Wis./Brookfield East Prior to UCF - Nominated for the 2008 NSCAA/adidas All-Regional Team - Named first team all-state and first team allconference in 2009 - Also selected first-team all-state in 2009 - Nominated for the 2009 Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Year

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- Competed in the Best of the Midwest and San Diego Surf Cup events in 2009 as well as the Disney Classic in 2010

Personal - Daughter of Bob and Cindy Piercy - Has two brothers, RJ and Nick


Kristen Poulton

#4

R-Fr. - 5-10 - D - Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas 2009 - Earned a redshirt

Prior to UCF - Member of the Douglas High School squad which claimed the state title in 2007 - Scored the game-winner in the state and regional final that season - Won the defensive player of the year award as a sophomore - Was a Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel First Team All-County honoree

- Played for the Parkland Predators U-17 club team - Helped the Predators earn the John Tally Showcase championship, and advanced to the 2007 State Cup Final Four - Competed in the Region III Premier League

Personal - Daughter of Andrew and Denise Poulton

#13

Justine Quick

R-Fr. - 5-5 - D - Fleming Island, Fla./St. John’s Country Day 2009

- Earned a redshirt

Prior to UCF - Co-captain as a junior and a senior at St. John’s Country Day - 2006-08 district champions, advanced to the state final four in 2006 and 2008 and was the FHSAA Class 2A state champions in 2007 - 2007 state champion in the long jump and 4x400 as a member of the track and field team

- Holds the school record in the long jump, triple jump and 300m hurdles - Seven-time Junior Olympian in swimming - Played three seasons for Clay County United, the Florida State Cup champions in 2006 and 2007

Personal - Daughter of Tim and Mindy Quick

Kristina Trujic

#29

Fr. - 5-4 - M/F - Venice, Fla./Venice Prior to UCF - Earned first-team all-area honors at Venice High School, and was the MVP on the offense - Attended high school in New Jersey before coming to Florida, where she was a two-time firstteam all-league and all-state selection

- Served as the team captain for FC Sarasota - An honor roll student at Venice

Personal - Daughter of Robert and Zora Trujic - Has three siblings, Tanya, Alex and Victoria

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2009 Statistics

Overall: 17-5-1 Conf: 10-1-0 Home: 7-1-0 Away: 6-2-0 Neut: 4-2-1

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## 2 4 15 23 3 14 27 6 8 29 26 13 17 20 24 9 22 16 00 21 5 19

Name WHIDDEN, Courtney THOMAS, Becca JACKSON, Katie RADOVCIC, Nicolette GEORGE, Yvonne NEWSOME, Kim BRANDT, Alex MARTORANA, Amanda HALBERT, Lauren JOSWIAK, Bianca JEWELL, Tishia MAYNARD, Emily MOORE, Nikki HUBBARD, Stacie TIKKANEN, Tiia RODRIGUES, Andrea PETRUCCO, Christina OFUANI, Amaka LEE, Lynzee KADELL, Stacy SCHOOLEY, Brianna HORNER, Kacie Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 23-19 22-22 23-2 23-21 21-19 23-1 23-3 20-2 23-23 23-22 21-5 23-23 21-21 23-23 14-0 3-0 22-22 2-1 7-5 14-1 5-0 7-0 23 23

## 00 1 TM

Name LEE, Lynzee REIS, Aline TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 6-5 19-18 23 23

Min 1231 1818 682 1292 1095 801 797 712 2051 1817 718 1619 1760 1705 234 55 1997 64 511 258 170 90 23111 -

G 11 6 5 4 3 2 2 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 20

A 7 8 2 4 4 4 3 0 3 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 47 22

Pts 29 20 12 12 10 8 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 133 62

Sh 41 54 22 26 33 16 12 20 14 14 16 27 5 25 6 1 8 3 0 4 4 1 352 248

Shot% .268 .111 .227 .154 .091 .125 .167 .150 .071 .071 .000 .037 .200 .040 .167 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .122 .081

SOG 23 20 10 14 15 9 6 10 7 5 5 14 1 5 4 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 154 122

SOG% .561 .370 .455 .538 .455 .562 .500 .500 .500 .357 .312 .519 .200 .200 .667 1.000 .375 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .438 .492

GW 4 5 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 5

PK-ATT 0-0 3-3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0

Minutes 495:52 1609:07 0:00 2104:59 2104:59

GA 3 17 0 20 43

Avg 0.54 0.95 0.00 0.86 1.84

Saves 19 82 1 102 111

Pct .864 .828 1.000 .836 .721

W 5 12 0 17 5

L 0 5 0 5 17

T 1 0 0 1 1

Sho 2 7 1 10 6

GOALS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 17 8

2nd 25 12

OT 0 0

OT2 1 0

Total 43 20

SHOTS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 154 112

2nd 191 128

OT 4 4

OT2 3 4

Total 352 248

SAVES BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 39 56

2nd 61 54

OT 1 1

OT2 1 0

Total 102 111

CORNER KICKS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 74 42

2nd 73 37

OT 5 2

OT2 1 0

Total 153 81

FOULS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 79 102

2nd 109 114

OT 2 3

OT2 0 2

Total 190 221

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

UCF 4601 8/575 7/336

OPP 4287 8/536

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UCF All-Time Roster A Akers, Michelle**** Allmann, Amy*** Ames, Julia* Anderson, Michelle*** Anthony, Beki Asby, Brooke**** Auffant, Margrette****

1984-88 1984-87 1993 1998-01 1999 1999-02 1996-99

B Bailey, Kim* Baines, Courtney**** Baker, Jenny* Banuls, Maria** Barker, Angela* Barnes, Alyson**** Barnes, Kelley**** Baughman, Pam* Bauguss, Nicole Begley, Kate*** Bilby, Kristin*** Black, JoAnna**** Blackwell, Jennifer**** Blagriff, Allison**** Bleakney, Tara Boles, Kathy Bond, Caroline Bortz, Cara Brandt, Alex* Brandt, Becky* Brann, Heather**** Brassil, Irene* Brown, Noelle*** Buckstein, Kristin Buonpane, Nancy**

1986 2002-05 2006 1997-00 1981 1986-89 1988-91 1981 1993-94 2003-07 2004-06 2001-04 1988-91 2001-04 1995 1998-00 2009 2006 2009 2002-04 1990-94 1983-84 1998-01 1990 1981-82

C Caicedo, Kris*** Carhart, Amy Carter, Sandy**** Chesney, Grace Cieslack, Nicole**** Clarkson, Andrea Clippinger, Cindy** Coble, Amanda Coley, Kelly** Conner, Kit**** Cornell, Sarah Coshland, Jill Creighton, Rena**** Cushman, Brittany

1981-83 2009 1986-89 1983 1999-02 2000 1981-82 1998-00 1983-84 1987-90 2000-01 1988 1987-90 2003

D DaPrato, Karyln* DeBellas, Lauren DeCespedes, Michelle** de Leon, Sarah*** Desantis, Mary Jo* Doerger, Chris Dooley, Heather* dos Santos, Danielle** Drake, Karen**** Dryden, Laura**** Dunning, Stacy

1996 2000-01 2005-06 2006-08 1985 1989 2008-09 2007-08 1990-93 1981-85 1983

E Ebright, Brandi Edstrom, Ida* Ellis, Samantha* Eraso, Julia Eshelman, Becca****

1992 2000 1998 1999 2001-04

F Farkasfalvy, Garbriela Fellner, Melissa** Fireall, Monique** Flock, Kendra* Ford, Amy*** Foster, Leanne Freeman, Melanie* Fritz, Deanna* Fulsang, Tammy**

2002 1987-89 2003-04 2004-05 1981-83 2003 1993-94 1982 1990-91

G Gabbert, Stephanie* Gagnon, Stephanie Galish, Lisa Gancitano, Linda**** Gardner, Jessie** Gascoigne, Ansley Geltz, Amy**** George, Stacey** George, Yvonne**** Gharibvand, Amy* Golden, Leslie*** Golembiewski, Ellen**** Goodwin, Paige Gozley, Liza** Griffin, Lisa Griffis, Lisa* Gringer, Stephanie**** Guillan, C.C.**** Gumina, Sarah* Gwaltney, Tami*

1985 2008 1984 1981-84 2004-08 2001-02 1991-94 2004-06 2006-09 2003-04 1992-96 1985-88 2009 1985-86 1991 1981 1991-94 1999-02 1996-97 1981

H Haarhues, Courtney**** Haglund, Lynette* Halbert, Lauren*** Hallgren, Jessica*** Harless, Beth* Harris, Danya*** Harris, Mauri*** Harris, Michele*** Hayden, Laurie** Heintz, Renee** Hernandez, Gretty Heubner, Sue*** Hince, Sheri* Hipp, Kris* Hoekstra, Vickie* Hoffmann, Wendee* Holapa, Mary** Holschauer, Monica**** Hoover, Dana**** Hopkins, Erin** Horbelt, Carolyn Horner, Kacie*** Howard, Marleigh Howell, Cally**** Huang, Kristen Hubbard, Stacie** Hughes, Sarah Hummel, Carey

2000-03 1981 2007-present 2004-06 2002-05 1996-98 1987-89 1994-96 1986-87 1987-89 2001-02 1983-85 2008 1985 1985 1997 1981-82 1996-99 1991-94 2005-06 1983 2007-present 2009 1997-00 2003 2008-present 2002 2004

J Jackson, Jessica** Jackson, Katie** Jardine, Michelle** Jewell, Tishia* Johnson, LeKenya** Johnson, Shawna**** Johnson, Stephanie** Jones, Amy**** Jones, Cindy*** Jones, Lydia** Joswiak, Bianca*

2005-07 2008-present 1981-82 2009-present 1994-95 1989-92 1988-89 1993-96 1983-86 2005-06 2009-present

K Kadell, Stacy* Kane, Sara**** Kenney, Christina Kent, Brooke Kessler, Chris**** Khoury, Bridgette King, Amanda*** King, Leslie Kochevar, Kelly*** Kohake, Claire**** Kopp, Karen** Korba, Lisa** Koshan, Michele**** Kratch, Kaci* Kravec, Kelsey**** Kuhlman, Jessica**** Kurkowski, Kim*** Kutudis, Jackie*

2009 1994-97 1992 1995 1983-86 2007 1999-02 1993 1991-94 1997-00 1991-92 1982-83 1989-92 2008 2004-07 1999-02 1981-83 1998-01

L Laboranti, Donna*** Larrett, Elise Lay, Nancy** Leathers, Sarah Pharr*** Lee, Lynzee** Lewis, Carol* Lindsay, Gretchen*** Lundin, Inger*

1981-84 2008 1981-82 1997-01 2008-09 2000-02 1995-98 1983

M MacDowell, Patty**** Madden, Lori Maier, Lindsay**** Mannarion, Nicole* Manis, Jennifer*** Martell, Christine* Martorana, Amanda*** Mascia, Christine Mattheus, Pam* Mawyer, Mandi* Maynard, Emily** McCain, Kate**** McCarthy, Kelly* McDevitt, Lauren* McDonald, Sara**** McDuffie, Tamara* Meade, Jaclyn* Miller, Kellie Miller, Melinda Montgomery, Jennifer**** Moore, Nikki**** Moreton, Jen Morse, Kim Mortberg, Sue**** Mulqueeny, Kathy**** Murchland, JoEllen**** Musante, Kerry*** Musco, Christie N Neal, Shannon Nelson, Stacey*

2000-03 1992 2000-03 1989-90 2005-07 1997-00 2007-present 2003 2002 2005-06 2008-09 2003-06 1984-85 2003-04 1999-02 1986 2007 1994-95 1989-91 2002-05 2006-09 1991 2007 1982-84 1981-84 1983-86 1990-93 1989-90 1996 1982

Newport, Jessica* Newsome, Kim* Nicolas, Terry

2005-07 2009-present 1985

O O’Brien, Alyssa**** O’Connor, Jennifer**** Ofuani, Amaka*** Olesen, Jenny**** Orr, Arielle**** Ostow, Jennifer Overstreet, Rachel*

1994-98 1992-95 2007-09 1984-87 2004-07 1992 2003-05

P Palenik, Becki* Panzik, Kassia* Parham, Christy* Pelarigo, Roberta** Perez, Lucy* Petrucco, Christina*** Plizga, Karen*** Poulton, Kristen

1985 1997-00 1995 2005-06 1981 2007-present 1993-97 2009

Q Quick, Justine

2009-present

R Radovcic, Nicolette* Ragsdale, Karen Reese, Susan* Reeves, Laurie Reid, Cathy** Reis, Aline** Richter, Karen**** Rodrigues, Andrea* Rodriguez, Jodi Rohr, Donna*** Ross, Shaina** Ruth, Rebecca** Rutherford, Tori Ryter, Kerry**

2009-present 1995 1981 1994 1988-89 2007-present 1987-90 2008-present 1997 1989-92 2002-05 1993-95 1995 1983-84

S Sampson, Shannon** Sandven, Frankie* Santipadri, Alice Savage, Summer*** Schooley, Brianna*** Schreiner, Tiffany*** Schuler, Terry** Schultz, Mary**** Sedita, Michelle* Shave, Deborah* Shaw, Liz**** Shrum, Kim**** Sidor, Amanda**** Silagyi, Jacquie Simons, Amy Smith, Judy* Smith, Kaylyn Snaman, Julie*** Sommer, Sue Stoffel, Pamela Stokes, Chloe Stout, Kelly*** Stuart, Becky Suder, Leslie****

1986-87 1992 1995 2002-04 2006-present 1991-93 1984-85 1984-87 1982-84 1981 1991-95 1995-98 2000-03 1989-91 1983-84 1981 2004 2002-05 1983 1992 2009 1992-95 1988-90 1987-90

T Theis, Tina**** Thomas, Alison**** Thomas, Becca**** Thomas, Danielle**** Tiikanen, Tiia* Tomaselli, Lisa* Tombragel, Julie****

1989-92 1996-99 2006-09 1985-88 2009 1987 1988-92

U Uhlir, Alice* Unsderfer, Krissa

1997-00 1988

V Vanlooven, Jackie**** Varas, Jean**** Varas, Mary**** Varga, Darcie** Volz, Erin

1999-02 1984-87 1981-84 1993-94 1995-98

W Webb, Christina** Weber, Allison Wedlake, Caryn Weldon, Shana Welsh, Chrissy* Whidden, Courtney**** Whiteaker, Rachel* Wilde, Hanna**** Wiltsey, Wendy**** Wing, Shannon**** Withers, Jessalyn**** Wyant, Kim****

1995-98 1999-02 1990 2006 1995 2006-09 2004 2005-08 1996-99 2003-06 2003-06 1982-85

Y Young, Liz**

1989-90

* - Letters Earned

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All-Time vs. Opponents When both teams competed on the varsity level School Adelphi Air Force Alabama Alabama A&M Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Barry Belmont Berry (Ga.) Boston College Buffalo Butler California UC Davis UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara Campbell Centenary Charlotte Cincinnati Clemson Colgate College of Charleston Colorado College Connecticut Cornell Cortland State Creighton Davidson Dayton Detroit Duke East Carolina Erskine Florida Florida Atlantic* Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Florida State Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgetown Georgia Georgia State Harvard Hartford Houston Howard Huntingdon Illinois Illinois State Jacksonville Jacksonville State Kansas Keene State Kentucky Liberty Lipscomb Loyola (Md.) LSU Lynn Marshall Mary Washington Massachusetts Memphis Methodist Mercer Miami (Fla.) Minnesota 20

W 1 1 3 1 0 2 4 9 4 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 3 11 2 1 2 0 1 3 4 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 2 5 2 2 16 1 26 3 0 1 3 1 4 0 0 6 1 2 5 1 3 1 1 9 5 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 5 5 1 1 3 1 11 5 2

L 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 6 0 0 10 5 0 4 7 0 0 0 5 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 5 0 1 4 0

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

Last Match W, 9-0 (1982) W, 3-0 (2004) L, 2-1 (1996) W, 11-0 (2000) L, 2-0 (2006) T, 1-1 (1995) W, 3-1 (2007) W, 2-0 (1990) W, 5-0 (2004) L, 3-2 (1993) L, 2-1 (2004) W, 2-1 (2005) L, 1-0 (1997) L, 4-2 (1990) T, 2-2 (2008) L, 1-0 (1997) W, 2-1 (2006) T, 0-0 (2004) W, 3-1 (1996) L, 2-0 (1997) W, 5-1 (1987) L, 3-0 (1995) W, 6-0 (1990) L, 1-0 (1996) W, 4-1 (2009) L, 2-1 (1994) W, 1-0 (1997) W, 2-1 (1982) W, 3-1 (1995) L, 3-6 (1995) L, 1-0 (2004) W, 2-0 (2003) W, 3-2 (2009) W, 2-0 (2009) W, 4-0 (1986) L, 2-0 (2008) W, 2-0 (2006) W, 2-0 (2009) W, 5-0 (2009) W, 1-0 (2009) T, 0-0 (2006) W, 1-0 (1999) W, 3-0 (2004) L, 1-0 (1991) W, 1-0 (2002) L, 1-0 (2000) L, 1-0 (1998) L, 1-0 (2004) W, 2-0 (1981) W, 1-0 (2008) W, 2-1 (2009) W, 8-0 (1999) W, 13-0 (1989) W, 2-0 (2008) W, 2-1 (2008) W, 3-0 (2004) W, 3-0 (2002) L, 3-2 (2008) W, 4-0 (1989) W, 3-0 (1994) W, 3-0 (2001) W, 9-0 (2004) W, 3-2 (2007) T, 0-0 (2009) T, 0-0 (1993) W, 4-1 (2009) W, 6-0 (1986) T, 2-2 (1995) L, 3-0 (2009) W, 2-0 (1989) W, 3-1 (2004) W, 3-1 (2008) W, 2-1 (2007)

Mississippi 0 2 0 Mississippi State 1 0 0 Missouri-St. Louis 3 0 2 Navy 0 1 0 New Hampshire 1 0 0 New Mexico 1 0 0 North Carolina 0 16 3 UNC-Greensboro 2 2 0 UNC-Wilmington 1 0 0 NC State 5 3 0 N.E. Missouri State 1 0 0 Northern Illinois 2 1 0 Notre Dame 1 0 0 Pacific 1 0 0 Penn State 0 1 0 Pepperdine 0 1 0 Pittsburgh 1 1 0 Purdue 1 1 0 Quinnipiac 1 0 0 Radford 6 1 0 Rhode Island 1 0 0 Rice 5 1 0 Rutgers 2 0 0 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 1 0 0 St. Thomas 4 0 0 Samford 4 0 0 San Diego State 1 1 0 San Francisco 1 0 0 Santa Clara 0 1 0 Savannah 1 0 0 SIU-Edwardsville 3 0 0 SMU 5 3 0 South Alabama 0 1 1 South Carolina 0 1 0 Southern California 0 1 0 Southern Miss 5 0 0 Stanford 1 1 0 Stetson 18 0 0 Syracuse 1 1 0 Temple 1 0 0 Texas 0 1 0 Texas A&M 3 3 1 Texas Tech 1 0 0 Troy 6 0 0 Tulane 2 0 0 Tulsa 4 0 1 UAB 4 3 1 UNLV 2 0 0 USF 4 1 0 UTEP 2 3 1 Vanderbilt 2 0 0 Villanova 1 0 0 Virginia 1 0 0 West Florida 1 0 0 West Virginia 0 2 0 William & Mary 4 1 0 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 0 0 Wisconsin 1 3 1 UW-Milwaukee 1 3 0 Wright State 2 0 0 TOTAL 334 153 39 *Includes forfeit win for Florida Atlantic in 1996

When opponent was a club team

L, 1-0 (2007) W, 3-2 (2007) W, 6-0 (1987) L, 6-1 (2000) W, 5-0 (1989) W, 2-0 (1998) L, 4-0 (2009) W, 3-0 (1998) W, 2-1 (1999) W, 4-2 (1994) W, 4-0 (1990) W, 3-2 (1999) W, 3-0 (1991) W, 1-0 (2008) L, 1-0 (2007) L, 2-1 (2005) W, 3-1 (2003) L, 2-4 (1999) W, 3-0 (2002) W, 3-1 (1991) W, 5-2 (1989) W, 2-1 (2009) W, 1-0 (1990) W, 2-1 (1993) W, 7-0 (1987) W, 5-2 (2002) W, 1-0 (2003) W, 4-1 (1990) L, 3-1 (1990) W, 13-0 (1990) W, 2-0 (1986) W, 1-0 (2009) L, 1-0 (2001) L, 1-0 (2009) L, 2-1 (2000) W, 4-0 (2009) L, 3-1 (1992) W, 1-0 (2004) W, 3-1 (2002) W, 3-0 (1992) L, 4-0 (2000) L, 5-0 (2000) W, 2-0 (1996) W, 5-0 (2004) W, 4-0 (2005) W, 2-1 (2009) W, 1-0 (2009) W, 2-1 (2007) W, 1-0 (2009) W, 3-2 (2009) W, 5-1 (1992) W, 1-0 (1991) W, 2-0 (1988) W, 9-0 (1991) L, 4-0 (1999) W, 2-0 (1987) W, 6-0 (1990) L, 1-0 (2009) W, 3-0 (2009) W, 3-1 (1999) (.672)

School Alabama Duke Florida Florida State McMurry Miami TOTAL

W 1 2 3 1 1 2 10

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(1.000)

All-Time Record

344

153

39

(.678)


Year-By-Year Results 1981 (11-3-0)

AIAW Finals Head Coach: Jim Rudy Miami W 20-0 Florida State W 15-0 Florida W 14-0 at Miami W 13-0 Vanderbilt # W 14-0 Duke # W 11-1 Alabama # W 6-0 North Carolina # 1-5 L North Carolina 0-4 L at Florida W 5-0 Colorado College W 4-0 Harvard W 2-0 vs. Missouri-St. Louis % W 4-0 at North Carolina & 0-1 L # UCF Invitational (Orlando, Fla.) % AIAW Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.) & AIAW Championship (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

1982 (10-1-2)

NCAA Finals Head Coach: Jim Rudy vs. SIU-Edwardsville ^ W 8-0 vs. McMurry ^ W 10-0 at Missouri-St. Louis ^ (OT) 1-1 T Florida W 9-0 George Washington & W 1-0 Cortland State & W 2-1 Missouri-St. Louis & (OT) 0-0 T vs. Adelphi # W 9-0 vs. Duke # W 5-0 vs. Cincinnati # W 7-0 Massachusetts $ W 2-0 Connecticut ! W 3-1 North Carolina % 0-2 L ^ UM-St. Louis Invitational (St. Louis, Mo.) & UCF Invitational (Orlando, Fla.) # Brine Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.) $ NCAA Tournament Second Round (Orlando, Fla.) ! NCAA Semifinals (Orlando, Fla.) % NCAA Championship (Orlando, Fla.)

1983 (4-4-2)

Head Coach: Jim Rudy at Cincinnati at William & Mary at Wisconsin at Missouri-St. Louis at Boston College at Connecticut at Massachusetts George Mason SIU-Edwardsville at Texas A&M (OT)

W W W

W

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

L

L L T L

NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Jim Rudy Barry vs. William & Mary ^ at George Mason ^ at Barry North Carolina Stanford & Radford & Texas A&M & Erskine Radford # at North Carolina #

W W W W W W W W

6-0 2-0 2-3 2-0 0-1 5-0 2-0 4-0 10-0 3-1 1-3

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1985 (9-3-1)

1988 (10-3-2)

Head Coach: Jim Rudy at NC State W 2-1 at North Carolina 0-2 L Barry (OT) W 2-0 at Florida International W 6-0 at St. Thomas W 5-1 at Barry (OT) 1-1 vs. Radford # 1-2 L at George Washington # W 4-0 vs. William & Mary # 0-1 L Mercer W 12-0 St. Thomas W 8-0 Florida International W 1-0 Barry W 6-0 # WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.)

1986 (15-3-1)

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Head Coach: Jim Rudy vs. George Mason $ (OT) 1-2 L at North Carolina (OT) 1-1 T Florida International W 5-0 vs. Radford ^ W 5-1 vs. SIU-Edwardsville ^ W 2-0 at Lynn W 7-0 Alabama W 17-0 at Florida International W 1-0 at Barry W 2-0 vs. Mary Washington # W 6-0 vs. NC State # (OT) 0-2 L Berry % W 3-0 Lynn % W 4-0 Huntingdon % W 10-1 Erskine W 4-0 North Carolina & 1-3 L Barry ! W 4-0 Texas A&M ! W 2-0 George Washington ! W 11-0 $ at North Carolina (Chapel Hill, N.C.) ^ at Barry University (Miami, Fla.) # WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.) % UCF Invitational (Lyman HS-Winter Springs, Fla.) & at Bishop Moore HS (Casselberry, Fla.) ! UCF Halloween Classic (Orlando, Fla.)

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1984 (10-4-0)

vs. North Carolina State # W 4-2 William & Mary $ W 3-1 at North Carolina % 1-4 L ^ WAGS Tournament (Fairfax, Va.) & UCF Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) # North Carolina Invitational (Chapel Hill, N.C.) $ NCAA First Round (Orlando, Fla.) % NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

NCAA Final Four Head Coach: Jim Rudy North Carolina State North Carolina Missouri-St. Louis UC Santa Barbara California Cincinnati Barry Lynn Boston College St. Thomas Huntingdon St. Thomas William & Mary vs. George Mason^

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NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Bill Barker Barry W 3-0 at Barry (OT) 0-0 at Florida International W 1-0 at Lynn W 4-0 at George Mason 0-1 L at Connecticut W 2-0 North Carolina (OT) 0-0 Alabama W 6-0 Florida International W 4-0 Rutgers W 3-1 SMU W 4-3 Texas A&M W 5-0 Wisconsin 1-2 L Virginia $ W 2-0 at North Carolina % 1-2 L $ NCAA First Round (Orlando, Fla.) % NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

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Head Coach: Bill Barker at Methodist W 2-0 at North Carolina 0-1 L at Mercer W 11-0 at Berry W 4-0 vs. Huntingdon # W 13-0 Lynn W 1-0 at Massachusetts (OT) 1-1 vs. New Hampshire ^ W 5-0 vs. Rhode Island ^ W 5-2 Radford W 6-0 Barry (OT) 0-0 Cornell W 1-0 Florida International W 4-0 Keene State W 4-0 # at Berry College (Mount Berry, Ga.) ^ UMass Tournament (Amherst, Mass.)

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Head Coach: Bill Barker at Florida International W 3-1 vs. UW-Green Bay # W 6-0 at Barry W 2-0 at Santa Clara 1-3 L at California 2-4 L at San Francisco (OT) W 4-1 Rutgers W 1-0 Northeast Missouri State W 4-0 at George Mason (OT) 0-0 vs. Radford ^ W 2-0 vs. North Carolina $ (OT) 2-2 at George Washington 0-2 L Savannah W 13-0 Colgate W 6-0 Creighton 1-1 Massachusetts 0-1 L # at Florida International (Miami, Fla.) ^ WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.) $ WAGS Tournament (Fort Belvoir, Va.)

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NCAA First Round Head Coach: Bill Barker Mercer W 6-0 West Florida W 9-0 Florida Atlantic W 11-1 at Massachusetts 0-2 L at Hartford W 4-0 UC-Santa Barbara W 5-1 Florida International (OT) W 4-2 at George Mason % 0-1 L vs. Villanova % W 1-0 UNC-Greensboro 0-2 L George Washington (OT) 1-1 at Duke ^ W 2-0 vs. North Carolina ^ 1-7 L Radford W 3-1 Notre Dame W 3-0 at NC State # 0-4 L % WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.) ^ Duke Classic (Durham, N.C.) # NCAA First Round (Raleigh, N.C.)

1994 (13-5-1, 5-1-0 A-Sun)

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Head Coach: Bill Barker vs. UNC-Greensboro ^ (OT) W 1-0 at NC State ^ W 1-0 Vanderbilt W 5-1 Lynn 1-2 L at Florida International W 2-0 vs. Stanford # 1-3 L vs. Wisconsin # (OT) 2-2 T vs. Arkansas & (OT) W 1-0 vs. Wright State & (OT) W 1-0 Berry W 3-1 Butler W 1-0 Duke 0-2 L vs. Boston College & (OT) W 3-1 vs. Temple & W 3-0 SMU 1-2 L Massachusetts 0-1 L ^ NC State Invitational (Raleigh, N.C.) # Notre Dame Tournament (South Bend, Ind.) & at Florida International (Miami, Fla.)

1993 (8-7-1, 5-1-0 A-Sun)

A-Sun Co-Champions Head Coach: Karen Richter vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) ^ W 2-1 at Stetson W 12-0 at North Carolina # 0-7 L vs. Duke # 2-3 L at Berry 2-3 L at Mercer * W 2-0 at Centenary * 0-2 L at SMU 0-3 L at Texas A&M (OT) 2-4 L Lynn (OT) 0-0 Florida Atlantic * W 4-0 College of Charleston * W 13-0 at Florida International * W 2-0 Stetson * W 12-1 Dayton W 2-0 Florida International * 1-2 L * A-Sun Match ^ at Florida International (Miami, Fla.) # Hardees/adidas Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

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A-Sun Champions Head Coach: Karen Richter Mercer (OT) 0-0 NC State W 4-2 at Florida International * 0-1 L at Stetson * W 6-0 Florida International * W 2-0 at Massachusetts $ 1-2 L vs. Connecticut $ 1-2 L at Florida Atlantic * W 5-0 SMU 1-4 L Tulsa ^ W 3-0 Arkansas ^ (OT) W 2-1 vs. Campbell # W 2-0 vs. Auburn # W 2-0 Stetson * W 6-0 Florida Atlantic * W 4-0 vs. Kentucky & W 3-0 at Duke & 0-2 L Mercer ** W 5-1 Florida International ** W 2-0 * A-Sun Match $ UMass Classic (Amherst, Mass.) ^ UCF Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Georgia State Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) & Duke Invitational (Durham, N.C.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)

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1997 (8-10-2, 6-0-0 A-Sun)

1995 (10-7-4, 6-1-1 A-Sun)

A-Sun Champions Head Coach: Karen Richter at Florida (OT) 2-4 L Stetson * W 3-1 Florida Atlantic * W 3-0 Florida International * W 4-1 vs. Creighton # W 3-1 at Arkansas # (OT) 1-1 at Mercer ^ (OT) 4-4 vs. Clemson ^ 0-3 L at C. of Charleston * (OT) W 4-3 Davidson (OT) 3-6 L Colorado College (OT) 1-3 L Massachusetts (OT) 2-2 C. of Charleston * 2-3 L at Stetson * W 5-0 at Florida International * (OT) 3-3 Alabama W 3-2 at Florida Atlantic * W 5-0 Dayton 1-3 L Texas A&M (OT) 0-1 L vs. Centenary ** W 2-1 at Campbell ** W 1-0 * A-Sun Match # Arkansas/adidas Classic (Fayetteville, Ark.) ^ Mercer Invitational (Macon, Ga.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.)

at Campbell * W 2-1 Florida 0-2 Stetson * W 2-0 Texas Tech W 2-0 at UNC-Greensboro # 0-3 vs. Duke # 1-5 at Florida Atlantic * + 0-1 Northern Illinois W 4-0 at Stetson * W 3-1 at College of Charleston * 0-1 Campbell * W 3-0 Mercer W 6-0 at Florida International * (OT) 0-0 Florida Atlantic * W 1-0 at Auburn W 1-0 at Alabama 1-2 vs. Centenary ** W 3-1 at Florida International** W 1-0 *A-Sun Match # Triad Area Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) + FAU Forfeit ** A-Sun Tournament (Miami, Fla.)

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Head Coach: Karen Richter Georgia ^ (OT) 1-2 Duke ^ 0-4 Florida International * W 1-0 South Alabama (OT) 3-3 Florida Atlantic * W 2-0 Cornell W 1-0 at Stetson * W 2-0 at UW-Milwaukee (OT) 0-1 at Northern Illinois 0-5 at Florida 0-7 Butler 0-1 Charlotte 0-2 at Florida International * W 2-0 at Florida Atlantic * W 1-0 Stetson * W 2-1 at UC-Irvine 0-1 at San Diego State 1-4 Auburn W 3-2 vs. FIU ** (OT, PK) 0-0 UCF won 4-3 on penalty kicks at Georgia State ** 0-2 * A-Sun Match ^ UCF Classic (Orlando, Fla.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.)

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1998 (12-8-0, 4-0-0 A-Sun) A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round Head Coach: Karen Richter Florida 0-3 at Georgia & 0-1 vs. Syracuse & 1-5 at Stetson * W 4-0 Miami W 2-1 at Jacksonville * W 5-1 Florida State W 1-0 West Virginia (OT) 1-2 at New Mexico % W 2-0 vs. UTEP % 1-4 Campbell * W 6-0 UNC-Greensboro W 3-0 at USF 0-4

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Year-By-Year Results Purdue $ W 2-1 UW-Milwaukee $ 0-1 L Florida International W 4-1 Florida Atlantic * W 1-0 Campbell ** W 4-0 Jacksonville ** W 1-0 at Wisconsin ! 0-2 L * A-Sun Match & Nike Soccer Classic (Athens, Ga.) % New Mexico Invitational (Albuquerque, N.M.) $ UCF Soccer Classic (Orlando, Fla.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) ! NCAA First Round (Madison, Wis.)

1999 (16-6-1, 8-0-1 A-Sun)

A-Sun Champions/NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Howard W 8-0 at Florida 0-5 L Stetson * $ W 2-0 Northern Illinois $ W 3-2 at Purdue # 2-4 L vs. Wright State # W 3-1 at Florida International W 3-1 at Miami 0-4 L Campbell * W 5-0 Georgia State * W 2-0 at Pittsburgh (OT) 0-1 L at West Virginia 0-4 L at Jacksonville * W 4-0 at Samford * W 2-0 at Jacksonville State * (OT) 0-0 T Mercer * W 3-0 Troy * W 7-0 at Florida Atlantic * % W 1-0 vs. UNC-Wilmington % (OT) W 2-1 Jacksonville State ** W 4-0 Jacksonville ** W 4-1 at Furman + W 1-0 at North Carolina & 0-8 L * A-Sun Match ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) $ Huntington Banks/Reebok Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Boilermaker Cup (West Lafayette, Ind.) % FAU Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.) + NCAA First Round (Greenville, S.C.) & NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

2000 (8-11-1, 7-2-0 A-Sun)

Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Texas A&M 0-5 at Texas 0-4 Florida International $ 1-4 Alabama A&M $ W 11-0 at Navy # 1-6 vs. Georgetown # 0-1 Florida Atlantic * W 1-0 Boston College 0-2 vs. Southern California & 1-2 at Florida State % 1-3 vs. East Carolina % 0-0 at Mercer * 0-1 at Troy * W 3-0 Jacksonville * 0-4 Jacksonville State * W 4-0 Samford * W 5-0 at Georgia State * W 3-2 at Campbell * W 8-0

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at Stetson * W 3-0 at Florida Atlantic ** 1-2 L * A-Sun Match $ Kappa Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Navy Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) & at Florida (Gainesville, Fla.) % Seminole Soccer Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.)

2001 (14-6-0, 9-1-0 A-Sun) A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Lipscomb W 3-0 Liberty W 3-0 Miami 1-4 Stetson * W 3-1 at Florida Atlantic 2-3 Kansas 1-2 Georgia State * (OT) W 2-1 Campbell * W 2-1 Florida State 0-5 South Alabama 0-1 at Jacksonville State * W 2-0 at Samford * W 2-0 Troy * (OT) W 4-3 Mercer * (OT) W 3-2 USF W 3-2 at Belmont * W 7-0 at Jacksonville * W 2-0 Georgia State ** W 5-2 Florida Atlantic ** W 2-1 at Florida ^ 0-4 * A-Sun Match ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) ^ NCAA First Round (Gainesville, Fla.)

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2003 (16-5-1, 9-1-0 A-Sun)

A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Pittsburgh W 3-1 at USF W 2-1 Miami W 1-0 at Florida 1-3 L vs. San Diego State # (OT) W 1-0 at Kansas # 0-1 L at Florida Atlantic * 1-2 L at Florida International W 2-1 Campbell * W 2-0 Garnder-Webb * W 4-0 at Belmont * W 6-1 at Lipscomb * W 6-0 Florida State 0-3 L Georgia State * W 1-0 Mercer * W 5-0 at Jacksonville * W 2-0 Stetson * W 3-0 at Troy * W 1-0 Detroit W 2-0 vs. Stetson ** W 4-1 at Florida Atlantic ** (OT, PK) 2-2 at Florida $ (OT) 2-3 L * A-Sun Match # Kansas Tournament (Lawrenceville, Kan.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.) $ NCAA First Round (Gainesville, Fla.)

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2004 (17-4-2, 8-2-0 A-Sun)

NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Florida International W 2-1 Dayton 0-1 L at UAB ^ (OT) 1-1 T vs Minnesota ^ W 3-0 USF W 5-0 Tulane W 5-1 Air Force W 3-0 Florida Atlantic * W 3-0 at Garnder-Webb * W 3-0 at Campbell * 0-1 L Lipscomb * W 9-0 Belmont * W 5-0 at Mercer * W 3-1 at Georgia State * 0-1 L at Stetson * W 1-0 Jacksonville * W 2-0 at Miami W 2-1 Troy * W 5-0 at Florida State W 3-2 vs Jacksonville ** W 3-0 vs Campbell ** (OT) 0-0 T vs Florida $ W 3-2 vs Boston College $ 1-2 L * A-Sun Match ^ UAB Nike Classic (Birmingham, Ala.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.) $ NCAA First and Second Rounds (Gainesville, Fla.)

2005 (12-10-0, 8-1-0 C-USA) C-USA Regular Season Co-Champions Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Pepperdine 1-2 at UC Santa Barbara W 4-0 Ole Miss ^ 0-2 Buffalo ^ W 2-1 Florida State 0-3 UW-Milwaukee (OT) 0-1

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Year-By-Year Results Loyola 0-1 L Florida 0-2 L Florida International W 4-0 Southern Miss * (OT) W 3-2 at Florida Atlantic 0-1 L at Tulane * W 4-0 at UTEP * 0-1 L East Carolina * W 3-1 Marshall * W 3-0 Miami 1-2 L at Memphis * W 1-0 at UAB * W 2-1 Rice * W 3-0 Houston * W 2-1 vs. Houston ** W 3-2 vs. UTEP ** 1-5 L * C-USA Match ^ UCF Invitational (Orlando, Fla.) ** C-USA Championship (Houston, Texas)

vs. Auburn $ W 3-1 at Florida $ (OT, PK) 0-0 T UCF lost 4-3 on penalty kicks * C-USA Match # Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) ^ UCF Invitational (Orlando, Fla.) ** C-USA Championship (El Paso, Texas) $ NCAA First and Second Rounds (Gainesville, Fla.)

2008 (14-6-3, 7-2-2 C-USA)

2006 (11-6-2, 7-1-1 C-USA)

Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Miami 0-2 L at Florida International W 3-1 Florida Atlantic W 2-0 Fresno State (OT) 0-0 T at UNLV # W 3-2 vs. Arizona State # 0-2 L at Florida State 0-2 L at Kansas 0-2 L UC-Santa Barbara W 2-1 at Rice * W 1-0 at Houston * W 5-1 Memphis * 1-2 L UAB * W 2-0 at East Carolina * W 2-1 at Marshall * W 4-0 at Southern Miss * W 2-1 SMU * (OT) W 2-1 Tulsa * (OT) 1-1 T vs. UAB ** (OT) 1-2 L * C-USA Match # UNLV adidas Invitational (Las Vegas, Nev.) ** C-USA Championship (Dallas, Texas)

2007 (15-4-4, 7-1-1 C-USA) C-USA Regular Season Co-Champions/ NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell vs. Minnesota # W 2-1 vs. Penn State # 0-1 UNLV ^ W 2-1 UC Davis ^ W 3-0 at Mississippi State W 3-2 at Mississippi 0-1 Miami (OT) 2-2 Florida State (OT) 3-3 Loyola W 3-2 Marshall * W 4-0 East Carolina * (OT) W 1-0 at Tulsa * W 4-0 at SMU * W 5-0 UTEP * W 4-2 Colorado College * (OT) 0-0 at UAB * 0-2 at Memphis * (OT) W 2-1 Southern Miss * W 2-0 vs. East Carolina ** W 2-0 vs. Rice ** W 1-0 vs. Memphis ** 0-2 24

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NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Florida State 0-5 L at Florida W 1-0 Hartford W 1-0 at Pacific W 1-0 at UC Davis (OT) 2-2 T Illinois State W 2-1 Illinois W 2-0 Kansas 2-3 L at UAB * 1-4 L at Memphis * (OT) W 2-1 Marshall * W 4-0 East Carolina * (OT) 1-1 T at UTEP * (OT) 2-2 T at Colorado College * (OT) W 2-1 Rice * (OT) 1-2 L Houston * W 6-0 SMU * W 1-0 at Tulsa * W 3-0 at Southern Miss * W 4-1 vs. Rice ** W 2-1 vs. Memphis ** 0-2 L vs. Miami $ W 3-1 at Florida $ 0-2 L * C-USA Match ** C-USA Championship (Houston, Texas) $ NCAA First and Second Rounds (Gainesville, Fla.)

2009 (17-5-1, 10-1-0 C-USA)

C-USA Regular Season Champions NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Florida Gulf Coast W 2-0 at North Carolina # 0-4 L vs. Duke # W 3-2 vs. LSU ^ (OT) 0-0 T vs. FIU ^ W 5-0 Florida State (OT) W 1-0 USF W 1-0 at South Carolina 0-1 L UAB * W 3-1 Memphis * 0-1 L at Marshall * W 4-1 at East Carolina * W 2-0 UTEP * W 3-2 Colorado College * W 4-1 at Rice * W 2-1 at Houston * W 2-1 at SMU * W 1-0 at Tulsa * W 2-1 Southern Miss * W 4-0 vs. UAB ** W 1-0 vs. Memphis ** 0-3 L vs. UW-Milwaukee $ W 3-0 at Wisconsin $ 0-1 L * C-USA Match # Carolina Nike Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) ^ USF Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) ** C-USA Championship (Dallas, Texas) $ NCAA First and Second Rounds (Madison, Wis.)

Year-By-Year Summary

Year Overall Conference Head Coach Notes 1981 11-3-0 --Jim Rudy AIAW Finals 1982 10-1-2 --Jim Rudy NCAA Finals 1983 4-4-2 --Jim Rudy 1984 10-4-0 --Jim Rudy NCAA Second Round 1985 9-3-1 --Jim Rudy 1986 15-3-1 --Jim Rudy 1987 13-5-0 --Jim Rudy NCAA Final Four 1988 10-3-2 --Bill Barker NCAA Second Round 1989 11-1-2 --Bill Barker 1990 9-4-3 --Bill Barker 1991 10-5-1 --Bill Barker NCAA First Round 1992 10-5-1 --Bill Barker 1993 8-7-1 5-1-0 Karen Richter A-Sun RS Co-Champions 1994 13-5-1 5-1-0 Karen Richter A-Sun T & RS* Champions 1995 10-7-4 6-1-1 Karen Richter A-Sun T & RS* Champions 1996 13-7-1 6-3-1 Karen Richter A-Sun T & RS* Champions 1997 8-10-2 6-0-0 Karen Richter 1998 12-8-0 4-0-0 Karen Richter A-Sun T & RS* Champions/NCAA First Round 1999 16-6-1 8-0-1 Amanda Cromwell A-Sun T & RS Champions/NCAA Second Round 2000 8-11-1 7-2-0 Amanda Cromwell 2001 14-6-0 9-1-0 Amanda Cromwell A-Sun T & RS Champions/NCAA First Round 2002 18-5-0 10-1-0 Amanda Cromwell A-Sun T & RS Champions/NCAA First Round 2003 16-5-1 9-1-0 Amanda Cromwell A-Sun T & RS Champions/NCAA First Round 2004 17-4-2 8-2-0 Amanda Cromwell NCAA Second Round 2005 12-10-0 8-1-0 Amanda Cromwell C-USA RS Co-Champs 2006 11-6-2 7-1-1 Amanda Cromwell 2007 15-4-4 7-1-1 Amanda Cromwell C-USA RS Co-Champs/NCAA Second Round 2008 14-6-3 7-2-2 Amanda Cromwell NCAA Second Round 2009 17-5-1 10-1-0 Amanda Cromwell C-USA RS Champs/NCAA Second Round Totals 344-153-39 122-19-7 RS - Regular Season. T - Tournament. * - Regular Season Division Champions.


Team Awards 2009

MVP ............................................Becca Thomas Defensive MVP .............................. Nikki Moore ...................................................Lauren Halbert Offensive MVP .................... Courtney Whidden Unsung Hero.....................................Lynzee Lee Rookie of the Year ..................... Bianca Joswiak Most Improved .................. Amanda Martorana Julie Weber Braveheart Award ..Emily Maynard Noble Knight Award....................Becca Thomas

2008

MVP ................................................... Aline Reis Defensive MVP .................................. Aline Reis Offensive MVP ....................Danielle dos Santos Unsung Hero..............................Emily Maynard Rookie of the Year .................... Stacie Hubbard Most Improved ........................... Amaka Ofuani Coaches Award .......................... Jessie Gardner Noble Knight Award....... Kyle Iketani (manager)

2007

MVP ........................................... Jennifer Manis Defensive MVP ............................ Kelsey Kravec Offensive MVP .................... Courtney Whidden Unsung Hero................................... Kate Begley Rookie of the Year ................Christina Petrucco ...................................................Lauren Halbert Most Improved ........................... Amaka Ofuani Noble Knight Award........................... Kate Begley

2006

MVP ........................................ Roberta Pelarigo Defensive MVP ............................ Kelsey Kravec ................................................... Jennifer Manis Offensive MVP ........................ Roberta Pelarigo Unsung Hero................................... Kristin Bilby Rookie of the Year ......................... Nikki Moore Most Improved ................... Courtney Whidden Coaches Award ................................Lydia Jones Golden Knight Award............... Katherine Parsons

2005

MVP .........................................Courtney Baines Defensive MVP ............................ Kelsey Kravec Offensive MVP ........................ Roberta Pelarigo Unsung Hero............ Julie Snaman, Kristin Bilby Rookie of the Year ........................ Hanna Wilde Most Improved ..............................Erin Hopkins Golden Knight Award......... Jennifer Montgomery

2004

MVP ..................... Allison Blagriff, JoAnna Black Defensive MVP .............................JoAnna Black Offensive MVP .............................. Kendra Flock Unsung Hero.................................Julie Snaman ................................................. Becca Eshelman Rookie of the Year ....................... Kendra Flock, ..................................................Jessica Hallgren Most Improved ............................ Kelsey Kravec Coaches’ Award .......................Courtney Baines

2003

MVP ............................................Allison Blagriff Defensive MVP .............................JoAnna Black Offensive MVP ......................... Becca Eshelman Rookie of the Year ..................... Shannon Wing Most Improved ..................... Rachel Overstreet Unsung Hero.................................Julie Snaman ................................................Patty MacDowell Coaches’ Award ..................Courtney Haarhues Golden Knight Award.................. Lindsay Maier

2002

MVP ................................ Jennifer Montgomery Defensive MVP ......................Jackie VanLooven Defensive MVP ........................Jessica Kuhlman Rookie of the Year .......... Jennifer Montgomery Most Improved .............................JoAnna Black Unsung Hero............................ Becca Eshelman Coaches’ Award ...........................Nicole Cieslak Golden Knight Award.......................Carol Lewis .................................................... Allison Weber

2001

MVP .............................................Nicole Cieslak Offensive MVP .....................Michelle Anderson Defensive MVP ........................Jessica Kuhlman ...............................................Jackie VanLooven Rookie of the Year ......................Allison Blagriff Most Improved ........................... Amanda Sidor Unsung Hero............................. Sara McDonald Coaches’ Award .......................... Jackie Kutudis

2000

MVP ............................................ Claire Kohake, Offensive MVP ............................... Cally Howell Defensive MVP ......................... Sara McDonald Rookie of the Year ..........................Ida Edstrom Most Improved ........................... Jackie Kutudis Unsung Hero.................................Kassia Panzik .......................................................... Alice Uhlir

1999

MVP ............................................... Cally Howell Offensive MVP ............................. Claire Kohake Defensive MVP .....................Margrette Auffant Rookie of the Year .........................Brooke Asby Most Improved ...............................C.C. Guillian Unsung Hero..............................Wendy Wiltsey

1998

MVP ............................................Alyssa O’Brien Rookie of the Year ...............Michelle Anderson Most Improved .............................. Cally Howell Unsung Hero.................... Sarah Pharr Leathers Coaches’ Award ........................ Christina Webb

1997

MVP ............................................Alyssa O’Brien Rookie of the Year ........... Sarah Pharr Leathers Most Improved ......................... Christina Webb Unsung Hero.................................... Kim Shrum Coaches’ Award ....................Margrette Auffant

1996

MVP ............................................. Leslie Golden Rookie of the Year ........................ Danya Harris Most Improved ..........................Wendy Wiltsey Unsung Hero...............................Alyssa O’Brien Coaches’ Award ..................................Amy Jones

1995

MVP ..................................................Amy Jones Rookie of the Year ........................... Kim Shrum Most Improved ............................Chrissy Welsh Unsung Hero.........................Jennifer O’Connor Coaches’ Award ..............................Karen Plizga

1994

MVP ........................................... Heather Brann Rookie of the Year .................Melanie Freeman Most Improved .................................Kelly Stout Unsung Hero .................................. Leslie Golden Coaches’ Award ..................................Amy Jones

1993

MVP ........................................... Heather Brann Rookie of the Year ............................Amy Jones Most Improved .......................... Kerry Musante Unsung Hero.................................. Karen Drake Coaches’ Award .........................Nicole Bauguss

1992

MVP ...................................................Tina Theis Rookie of the Year .................. Frankie Sandven Most Improved .................................... Liz Shaw Unsung Hero.................................. Karen Drake ........................................................ Karen Kopp

1991

MVP ..............................................Jen Blackwell Rookie of the Year ......................Kelly Kochevar Most Improved .....................Stephanie Gringer Unsung Hero................................ Kelley Barnes

1990

MVP ........................ Karen Richter, Leslie Suder Rookie of the Year ......................... Karen Drake Most Improved ......................... Julie Tombragel Unsung Hero............................. Rena Creighton

1989

MVP ............................................. Karen Richter Rookie of the Year ................... Michele Koshan Most Improved ............................ Kelley Barnes Unsung Hero .................................Alyson Barnes

1985

MVP ................................................. Kim Wyant Rookie of the Year .................... Vickie Hoekstra ......................................................... Lisa Gozley Most Improved .............................Terry Schuler Unsung Hero..................................Chris Kessler Coaches’ Award ........................... Laura Dryden

1984

MVP ........................................... Michelle Akers Rookie of the Year ..................... Michelle Akers Most Improved ................................. Lisa Galish Unsung Hero................................... Cindy Jones Coaches’ Award .......................Linda Gancitano

1983

MVP .................................................Mary Varas Rookie of the Year ............... JoEllen Murchland Most Improved ................................Amy Simons Unsung Hero...............................Kim Kurkowski Coaches’ Award ................................. Amy Ford

1982

MVP .................................................Mary Varas Rookie of the Year ........................... Kim Wyant Most Improved ................................. Lisa Korba Unsung Hero.................................. Kris Caicedo

1981

MVP ..........................................Pam Baughman ........................................................... Amy Ford .........................................................Mary Varas .................................................Linda Gancitano Rookie of the Year ....................Pam Baughman Most Improved ............................. Mary Holapa Unsung Hero...............................Kim Kurkowski

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Regional & National Awards U.S. NATIONAL TEAM PLAYER

Michelle Akers, F Amy Allmann, GK Kim Wyant, GK

PORTUGAL NATIONAL TEAM PLAYER 2010

Andrea Rodrigues, M/D

HERMANN AWARD 1988

Michelle Akers, F

HERMANN AWARD WATCH LIST 2009

Class of 1998 Class of 1999 Class of 2000 Class of 2001 Class of 2008

Michelle Akers, F Amy Allmann, GK Karen Richter, GK Jim Rudy, Head Coach Kelly Kochevar, F

NSCAA ALL-AMERICA 2009 2008 1995 1988 1987

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 * First-team selection

Becca Thomas, M Aline Reis, GK Amy Jones, M Michelle Akers, F* Michelle Akers, F Amy Allmann, GK Jean Varas, M Michelle Akers, F Kim Wyant, GK Michelle Akers, F* Mary Varas, M Laura Dryden, M Michelle Sedita, F* Pam Baughman, F* Linda Gancitano, D Nancy Lay, F

NSCAA FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2002

Kendra Flock, F Jessica Hallgren, D Jennifer Montgomery, F

NSCAA ALL-CENTRAL REGION 2009

Nikki Moore, D Aline Reis, GK Becca Thomas, F Courtney Whidden, F

NSCAA ALL-SOUTHEAST REGION 2008

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

1999 1998 1996 1995 1992 1991 1990

1989

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Michelle Akers, F Michelle Akers, F Amy Allmann, GK Leslie Suder, MF Michelle Akers, F Kim Wyant, GK Michelle Akers, F Mary Varas, MF Laura Dryden, MF Michelle Sedita, F Pam Baughman, F Linda Gancitano, D Nancy Lay, F

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Aline Reis, GK

UCF ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

2004

1988 1987

Danielle dos Santos, F Nikki Moore, D Aline Reis, GK Becca Thomas, MF Nikki Moore, D Yvonne George, F Hanna Wilde, MF Jennifer Manis, GK Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D Roberta Pelarigo, F JoAnna Black, D Kendra Flock, F Allison Blagriff, M Becca Eshelman, F Nicole Cieslak, F Jennifer Montgomery, F Jackie VanLooven, D Allison Blagriff, M Cally Howell, MF Alyssa O’Brien, GK Danya Harris, F Amy Jones, MF Leslie Golden, D Amy Jones, MF Karen Kopp, MF Tina Theis, MF Kelly Kochevar, F Karen Kopp, MF Kit Conner, D Karen Richter, GK Leslie Suder, MF Liz Young, F Alyson Barnes, D Sandy Carter, F Kit Conner, D Karen Richter, GK Leslie Suder, MF

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SOCCERBUZZ.COM FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 2008 2004

Aline Reis, GK Kendra Flock, F Jessica Hallgren, D

SOCCERBUZZ.COM ELITE FEET AWARD 1998

Danya Harris, F

SOCCERBUZZ.COM TEAM OF THE WEEK

NSCAA REGION COACH OF THE YEAR

2007 2006 2004

NSCAA PLAYER OF THE WEEK

SOCCERBUZZ.COM ALL-SOUTHEAST REGION

2009

Amanda Cromwell

2009 2006

Aline Reis, GK Roberta Pelarigo, F

NSCAA/ADIDAS COLLEGIATE SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2002 1990 1989

Becca Thomas, M Danielle dos Santos, F Jennifer Manis, GK Courtney Baines, D Allison Blagriff, M Jackie VanLooven, D Karen Richter, GK Karen Richter, GK

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

NSCAA ACADEMIC ALL-REGION

2001 1999 1998

2008 2007

1996

2009

Lauren Halbert, D Becca Thomas, M Danielle dos Santos, F Jennifer Manis, GK Kelsey Kravec, D Kelsey Kravec, D Kelsey Kravec, D Courtney Baines, D Courtney Baines, D Allison Blagriff, M Allison Blagriff, M

2006 2005 2004 2003

NCAA GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR 1990

Karen Richter, GK

NCAA TOURNAMENT AWARDS 1982 1982 1982 1987

Offensive MOP - Mary Varas, MF Defensive MOP - Linda Gancitano, D MVP - Kim Wyant, GK Offensive MOP - Michelle Akers, F

SOCCER AMERICA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1987

SOCCER AMERICA MVP 1989

Michelle Akers, F Karen Richter, GK

SOCCER AMERICA ALL-AMERICA 1989

Karen Richter, GK

SOCCER AMERICA ALL-FRESHMAN 2008 1991

SOCCER AMERICA TEAM OF THE WEEK 2009 2006 2004 1997 1996

Aline Reis, GK Kelly Kochevar, F

Becca Thomas, M Jennifer Manis, GK Kendra Flock, F Danya Harris, F Danya Harris, F

Danielle dos Santos, F Roberta Pelarigo, F Kendra Flock, F

Nikki Moore, D Becca Thomas, MF Jennifer Manis, GK Yvonne George, F Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, M Allison Blagriff, M Kendra Flock, F Becca Eshelman, F Jackie VanLooven, D Jennifer Montgomery, F Michelle Anderson, M Cally Howell, MF Danya Harris, F Alyssa O’Brien, GK Amy Jones, MF Leslie Golden, D

SOCCERBUZZ.COM SOUTHEAST REGION ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2008 2006 2004

Aline Reis, GK Nikki Moore, D Kendra Flock, F Jessica Hallgren, D

SOCCERFLA.COM FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2004

Kendra Flock, F

SOCCERFLA.COM ALL-FLORIDA TEAM 2005 2004

SOCCERFLA.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2006 2004

Courtney Baines, D Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D Allison Blagriff, M Kendra Flock, F

Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D

ADIDAS/ISAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1988

Michelle Akers, F

ADIDAS/ISAA GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR 1990 1987

Karen Richter, GK Amy Allmann, GK

CENTRAL FLORIDA CHAPTER OF THE NISOA COACH OF THE YEAR 2004

Amanda Cromwell

NCAA GIANT STEPS AWARD FINALIST 1995

Kelly Stout, MF

TOPDRAWERSOCCER.COM TEAM OF THE SEASON

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

COLLEGESOCCER360.COM PRIMETIME PERFORMER OF THE WEEK

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

2009

2009

Becca Thomas, M

Stacie Hubbard, M

SOCCERBUZZ.COM SOUTHEAST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2004

Amanda Cromwell

2005 2004 2007 2005 2004

Courtney Baines, D Courtney Baines, D Jennifer Manis, GK Courtney Baines, D Courtney Baines, D


All-Conference Honors Conference USA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Danielle dos Santos ............................ 2007

Lauren Halbert.................................... 2009 Amanda Martorana ............................ 2009 Becca Thomas..................................... 2009 Danielle dos Santos ............................ 2008 Aline Reis ............................................ 2008 Kate Begley ......................................... 2007 Kelsey Kravec ...................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Kelsey Kravec ...................................... 2005 Roberta Pelarigo ................................. 2005

COACH OF THE YEAR

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Courtney Baines ................................. 2005

MIDFIELDER OF THE YEAR Becca Thomas..................................... 2009

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Amanda Cromwell .............................. 2009

FIRST TEAM Nikki Moore ........................................ 2009 Aline Reis ............................................ 2009 Becca Thomas..................................... 2009 Courtney Whidden ............................. 2009 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2008 Becca Thomas..................................... 2008 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2007 Hanna Wilde ....................................... 2007 Roberta Pelarigo ................................. 2006 Hanna Wilde ....................................... 2006 Courtney Baines ................................. 2005 Roberta Pelarigo ................................. 2005

Lauren Halbert.................................... 2009 Sarah de Leon ..................................... 2008 Kate Begley ......................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2006

COMMISSIONER'S ACADEMIC MEDAL

Aline Reis ............................................ 2008 Yvonne George ................................... 2008 Yvonne George ................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2006 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2006 Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2005

Lauren Halbert.................................... 2009 Bianca Joswiak .................................... 2009 Sarah de Leon ..................................... 2008 Katie Jackson ...................................... 2008 Elise Larrett......................................... 2008 Kate Begley ......................................... 2007 Lauren Halbert.................................... 2007 Jaclyn Meade ...................................... 2007 Jennifer Baker ..................................... 2006 Kate Begley ......................................... 2006 Cara Bortz ........................................... 2006 Sarah de Leon ..................................... 2006 Becca Thomas..................................... 2006 Courtney Baines ................................. 2005 Kate Begley ......................................... 2005 Arielle Orr ........................................... 2005

THIRD TEAM

COMMISSIONER'S HONOR ROLL

SECOND TEAM

Yvonne George ................................... 2009 Bianca Joswiak .................................... 2009

FRESHMAN TEAM Alex Brandt ......................................... 2009 Bianca Joswiak .................................... 2009 Nicolette Radovcic .............................. 2009 Stacie Hubbard ................................... 2008 Aline Reis ............................................ 2008 Christina Petrucco .............................. 2007 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2006 Becca Thomas..................................... 2006

Arranged Alphabetically Jennifer Baker ..................................... 2006 Kate Begley ....................................2006-07 Cara Bortz ........................................... 2006 Alex Brandt ......................................... 2009 Amy Carhart ....................................... 2009 Sarah de Leon ................................2006-08 Michelle Decespedes.....................2006-07 Danielle dos Santos .......................2007-08 Stephanie Gagnon .............................. 2008 Jessie Gardner ...............................2005-08 Stacey George................................2005-06 Paige Goodwin ................................... 2009 Lauren Halbert...............................2007-09 Jessica Hallgren .................................. 2006 Sheri Hince ......................................... 2008 Erin Hopkins ..................................2005-06 Kacie Horner ..................................2007-09 Marleigh Howard................................ 2009 Stacie Hubbard ................................... 2008 Jessica Jackson...............................2005-07

Katie Jackson .................................2008-09 Tishia Jewell........................................ 2009 Lydia Jones.....................................2005-06 Bianca Joswiak .................................... 2009 Stacy Kadell ........................................ 2009 Bridgette Khoury ................................ 2007 Kelsey Kravec .................................2005-07 Elise Larrett......................................... 2008 Lynzee Lee .......................................... 2008 Jennifer Manis ...............................2005-07 Katie McCain..................................2005-06 Jaclyn Meade ...................................... 2007 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2006 Jessica Newport.............................2006-07 Amaka Ofuani ................................2007-09 Arielle Orr ......................................2006-07 Roberta Pelarigo ............................2005-07 Christina Petrucco .........................2007-09 Kristen Poulton ................................... 2009 Justine Quick ...................................... 2009 Nicolette Radovcic .............................. 2009 Aline Reis .......................................2007-09 Andrea Rodrigues ..........................2008-09 Brianna Schooley ...........................2006-07 Becca Thomas................................2006-09 Shana Weldon .................................... 2006 Courtney Whidden ............................. 2009 Hanna Wilde ..................................2007-08 Shannon Wing .................................... 2006 Jessalyn Withers ................................. 2005

Atlantic Sun COACH OF THE YEAR Karen Richter ...................................... 1998

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Michelle Anderson ............................. 2001 Amy Jones........................................... 1995

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Courtney Baines ................................. 2004

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2002

FIRST TEAM Courtney Baines ................................. 2004 Allison Blagriff .................................... 2004 Shannon Wing .................................... 2004 Kendra Flock ....................................... 2004 Allison Blagriff .................................... 2003 Becca Eshelman .................................. 2003 Nicole Cieslak ..................................... 2002 Jessica Kuhlman .................................. 2002 Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2002 Jackie VanLooven ............................... 2002 Michelle Anderson ............................. 2001 Nicole Cieslak ..................................... 2001

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All-Conference Honors Jackie VanLooven ............................... 2001 Michelle Anderson ............................. 2000 Cally Howell ........................................ 2000 Jackie VanLooven ............................... 2000 Cally Howell ........................................ 1999 Margrette Auffant............................... 1998 Alyssa O’Brien..................................... 1998 Danya Harris ....................................... 1997 Alyssa O’Brien..................................... 1997 Kim Shrum .......................................... 1997 Amy Jones........................................... 1996 Leslie Golden ...................................... 1996 Danya Harris ....................................... 1996 Alyssa O’Brien..................................... 1996 Leslie Golden ...................................... 1995 Amy Jones........................................... 1995 Jennifer O’Connor............................... 1995 Kelly Stout .......................................... 1995 Heather Brann .................................... 1994 Amy Geltz ........................................... 1994 Leslie Golden ...................................... 1994 Stephanie Gringer .............................. 1994 Kelly Kochevar .................................... 1994 Karen Drake ........................................ 1993 Kelly Kochevar .................................... 1993 Amy Geltz ........................................... 1993

SECOND TEAM Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2004 Courtney Baines ................................. 2003 Patty MacDowell ................................ 2003 Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2003 Allison Blagriff .................................... 2002 Brooke Asby ........................................ 2001 Claire Kohake ...................................... 2000 Sara McDonald ................................... 2000 Michelle Anderson ............................. 1999 Brooke Asby ........................................ 1999 Margrette Auffant............................... 1999 Maria Banuls ...................................... 1999 Noelle Brown ...................................... 1999 Claire Kohake ...................................... 1999 Danya Harris ....................................... 1998 Cally Howell ........................................ 1998 Sarah Pharr Leathers .......................... 1998 Kim Shrum .......................................... 1998 Margrette Auffant............................... 1997 Michele Harris .................................... 1996 Karlyn DaPrato .................................... 1996 Michele Harris .................................... 1995 Alyssa O’Brien..................................... 1995 Amy Jones........................................... 1994

THIRD TEAM Sarah Pharr Leathers .......................... 1999 Jackie VanLooven ............................... 1999 Claire Kohake ...................................... 1998 Wendy Wiltsey ................................... 1997 Sara Kane ............................................ 1996 Kim Shrum .......................................... 1995 Dana Hoover....................................... 1994 Heather Brann .................................... 1993 Stephanie Gringer .............................. 1993

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Kendra Flock ....................................... 2004 Jessica Hallgren .................................. 2004 Monique Fireall .................................. 2003 Kate McCain ....................................... 2003 Shannon Wing .................................... 2003 Courtney Baines ................................. 2002 Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2002 Summer Savage .................................. 2002 Allison Blagriff .................................... 2001 Ida Edstrom ........................................ 2000

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Arranged Alphabetically Michelle Anderson* ...... 1998-99, 00*, 01* Brooke Asby ........................................ 1999 Margrette Auffant..........................1997-98 Courtney Baines ........................... 2002, 04 Maria Banuls ...................................... 1999 Allison Blagriff .................... 2002*, 03*, 04 Heather Brann .................................... 1994 Becca Eshelman .................................. 2003 Kendra Flock ....................................... 2004 Amy Geltz ......................................... 1994* Leslie Golden ...................................... 1994 Danya Harris ....................................... 1998 Cally Howell ...................................... 1999* Amy Jones......................................1995-96 Amanda King ...................................... 1999 Kelly Kochevar .................................... 1994 Claire Kohake ................................ 1997, 99 Jessica Kuhlman .............................2000-02 Lindsay Maier ................................2000-01 Jennifer Montgomery ....................2002-03 Alyssa O’Brien................................1995-98 Jennifer O’Connor............................... 1995 Summer Savage .............................2002-03 Liz Shaw ............................................ 1995* Kim Shrum .................................... 1996, 98 Amanda Sidor ................................2000-01 Kelly Stout .......................................... 1995 Jackie VanLooven ..........................2000-02 Wendy Wiltsey ................................... 1998 Shannon Wing ...............................2003-04 *Tournament MVP

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Arranged Alphabetically Michelle Anderson ............................. 1999 Beki Anthony ...................................... 1999 Brooke Asby .............................1999, 01-02 Courtney Baines ............................2002-04 Kate Begley ....................................2003-04 Allison Blagriff ...............................2001-03 Tara Bleakney ..................................... 1995 Kathy Boles ....................................1998-99 Heather Brann ...............................1993-94 Noelle Brown ...................................... 2001 Nicole Cieslak ............................... 1999, 02

Amanda Coble ...............................1998-99 Sarah Cornell ...................................... 2001 Brittany Cushman ............................... 2003 Lauren Devellas .................................. 2001 Karen Drake ........................................ 1993 Becca Eshelman ............................ 2001, 03 Kendra Flock ....................................... 2004 Melanie Freeman ............................... 1994 Jessie Gardner .................................... 2004 Ansley Gascoigne................................ 2002 Amy Geltz ........................................... 1994 Stacey George..................................... 2004 Stephanie Gringer .............................. 1994 C.C. Guillian .................................. 1999, 02 Courtney Haarhues............................. 2001 Jessica Hallgren .................................. 2004 Beth Harless ................................. 2002, 04 Danya Harris ....................................... 1997 Monica Holschauer........................1997-98 Kristen Huang ..................................... 2003 Sarah Hughes...................................... 2002 Carey Hummel .................................... 2004 Katye Kalivoda .................................... 2003 Claire Kohake ...................................... 1999 Kelsey Kravec ...................................... 2004 Jessica Kuhlman .......................1999, 01-02 Sarah Pharr Leathers .....................1997-98 Carol Lewis ......................................... 2001 Gretchen Lindsay ................................ 1996 Patty MacDowell ...........................2001-03 Lindsay Maier ............................... 2000, 03 Pam Mattheus .................................... 2002 Kate McCain ..................................2003-04 Sara McDonald ........................1999, 01-02 Kellie Miller......................................... 1995 Kerry Musante .................................... 1993 Alyssa O’Brien................................1996-98 Arielle Orr ........................................... 2004 Rachel Overstreet ..........................2003-04 Karen Plizga .................................. 1995, 97 Laurie Reeves ..................................... 1994 Shaina Ross ......................................... 2002 Rebecca Ruth ...................................... 1993 Summer Savage ............................ 2002, 04 Liz Shaw .............................................. 1994 Amanda Sidor ................................2000-03 Julie Snaman....................................... 2002 Kelly Stout .....................................1994-95 Alison Thomas ...............................1996-98 Alice Uhlir ......................................1997-00 Jackie VanLooven ..........................1999-02 Darcie Varga ....................................... 1993 Erin Volz ........................................ 1996, 98 Christina Webb ................................... 1998 Allison Weber ..................................... 1999 Chrissy Welsh ..................................... 1995 Rachel Whiteaker ............................... 2004 Wendy Wiltsey ..............................1997-99 Shannon Wing ...............................2003-04


Individual Career Records SHOTS

TOTAL POINTS

1. Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 ...........229 2. Sandy Carter ................. 1986-89 ......... 224* 3. Michelle Anderson ....... 1998-01 ...........223 4. Danya Harris ................. 1996-98 ...........200 5. Becca Thomas .............. 2006-09 ...........198 6. Kelly Kochevar .............. 1991-94 ...........194 7. Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 ......... 190* 8. Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 ...........189 9. Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 ...........183 10. Hanna Wilde ................. 2005-08 ...........176

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

GOALS

GAME-WINNING GOALS

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kelly Kochevar .............. 1991-94 .............53 Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 .............52 Sandy Carter ................. 1986-89 .............41 Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 .............38 Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 .............38 6. Courtney Whidden ....... 2006-09 .............33 7. Leslie Suder .................. 1987-90 .............31 8. Michelle Anderson ....... 1998-01 .............30 Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 .............30 10. Nicole Cieslak ............... 1999-02 .............29 Jean Varas..................... 1984-87 .............29

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Cally Howell .................. 1997-00 .............35 Danielle Thomas ........... 1985-88 .............33 Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 .............30 Courtney Baines ........... 2002-05 .............29 Becca Thomas .............. 2006-09 .............29 6. Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 .............28 7. Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 .............27 8. Danya Harris ................. 1996-98 .............26 Kelly Stout .................... 1992-95 .............26 Jennifer O’Connor ........ 1992-95 .............26

Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 ...........134 Kelly Kochevar .............. 1991-94 ...........122 Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 ...........104 Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 ...........103 Sandy Carter ................. 1986-89 .............97 Michelle Anderson ....... 1998-01 .............81 Danielle Thomas ........... 1985-88 .............81 8. Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 .............77 Nicole Cieslak ............... 1999-02 .............77 Courtney Whidden ....... 2006-09 .............77

Kelly Kochevar .............. 1991-94 .............20 Courtney Whidden ....... 2006-09 .............13 Leslie Suder .................. 1987-90 .............12 Danya Harris ................. 1996-98 .............11 Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 .............10 Becca Thomas .............. 2006-09 .............10 7. Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 ...............8 Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 ...............8 Nicole Cieslak ............... 1999-02 ...............8 Allison Blagriff .............. 2001-04 ...............8 Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 ...............8 Roberta Pelarigo ........... 2005-06 ...............8

SAVES 1. Alyssa O’Brien .............. 1995-98 ...........424 2. Heather Brann .............. 1991-94 ...........338 3. Jessica Kuhlman ........... 1999-02 ...........208 Jennifer Manis .............. 2005-07 ...........208 5. Aline Reis ..................2008-present .......189 6. Amy Allman .................. 1984-87 ...........166 7. Julie Snaman ................ 2002-05 ...........138 8. Karen Richter ................ 1987-90 ...........135 9. Kim Wyant .................... 1982-85 ...........122 10. Maria Banuls ................ 1998-00 ...........109

UCF Coaching History Head Coach Years Jim Rudy 1981-87 Bill Barker 1988-92 Karen Richter 1993-98 Amanda Cromwell 1999-pres.

Record 73-22-6 50-18-9 64-44-9 158-68-15

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (Since 1986) 1. Karen Richter ................ 1987-90 ..........0.59 2. Amy Allman .................. 1986-87 ..........0.74 3. Beth Harless ................. 2003-05 ..........0.79 4. Julie Snaman ................ 2002-05 ..........0.86 5. Jennifer Manis .............. 2005-07 ..........1.02 6. Aline Reis ..................2008-present ......1.12 7. Heather Brann .............. 1991-94 ..........1.13 8. Jessica Kuhlman ........... 1999-02 ..........1.20 9. Alyssa O’Brien .............. 1995-98 ..........1.35

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

Karen Richter ................ 1987-90 ..........30.5 Alyssa O’Brien .............. 1995-98 ..........30.0 Heather Brann .............. 1991-94 ..........29.5 Amy Allman .................. 1984-87 ..........24.5 Jessica Kuhlman ........... 1999-02 ..........19.8 Julie Snaman ................ 2002-05 ..........19.0 Kim Wyant .................... 1982-85 ..........18.0 Jennifer Manis .............. 2005-07 ..........15.0

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER RECORDS Consecutive Starts 76, Amy Jones, 1993-96 Games Started 87, Jennifer Montgomery, 2002-05 Games Played 90, Courtney Baines, 2002-05 *Totals include competition against club teams

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TOTAL POINTS

SAVES

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

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sandy Carter ..................1986 ............. 112 Roberta Pelarigo ............2005 ............. 106 Amy Jones ......................1995 ............... 91 Leslie Suder ....................1990 ............... 76 Michelle Anderson .........1999 ............... 72 Tina Theis .......................1991 ............... 69 Danya Harris...................1998 ............... 69 8. Michelle Akers................1986 ............... 68 Jennifer O’Connor ..........1995 ............... 68 10. Danya Harris...................1997 ............... 67 Kendra Flock...................2004 ............... 67

GOALS 1. 2. 4. 5.

Amy Jones ......................1995 ............... 20 Jennifer Montgomery ....2002 ............... 17 Kelly Kochevar ................1993 ............... 17 Kelly Kochevar ................1991 ............... 16 Leslie Suder ....................1990 ............... 15 Danielle Thomas ............1986 ............... 15 Sandy Carter ..................1986 ............... 15 Kelly Kochevar ................1994 ............... 15

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

7. 9.

Cally Howell ...................2000 ............... 17 Danya Harris...................1996 ............... 15 Kelly Stout ......................1995 ............... 13 Jennifer Montgomery ....2002 ............... 12 Cally Howell ...................1999 ............... 12 Jennifer O’Connor ..........1995 ............... 12 Michelle Akers................1986 ............... 12 Becca Thomas ................2007 ............... 11 Kelly Stout ......................1994 ............... 11 Michelle Akers................1987 ............... 10 Danielle Thomas ............1988 ............... 10 Danielle Thomas ............1987 ............... 10 Courtney Baines .............2004 ............... 10

Jennifer Montgomery ....2002 ............... 46 Amy Jones ......................1995 ............... 46 3. Michelle Akers................1986 ............... 40 4. Danielle Thomas ............1986 ............... 39 Kelly Kochevar ................1991 ............... 39 6. Michelle Akers................1987 ............... 36 Kelly Kochevar ................1993 ............... 36 8. Leslie Suder ....................1990 ............... 35 Sandy Carter ..................1986 ............... 35 10. Jennifer O’Connor ..........1995 ............... 34

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 2.

Kelly Kochever ................1991 ................. 7 Danya Harris...................1998 ................. 6 Leslie Suder ....................1990 ................. 6 Kelly Kochever ................1994 ................. 6 5. Becca Thomas ................2009 ................. 5 Courtney Whidden.........2007 ................. 5 Claire Kohake .................1999 ................. 5 Kelly Kochever ................1993 ................. 5 Laura Dryden..................1982 ................. 5 10. Courtney Whidden.........2009 ................. 4 Brianna Schooley ...........2007 ................. 4 Roberta Pelarigo ............2006 ................. 4 Roberta Pelarigo ............2005 ................. 4 Kendra Flock...................2004 ................. 4 Jennifer Montgomery ....2004 ................. 4 Becca Eshelman .............2003 ................. 4 Danya Harris...................1997 ................. 4 Amy Jones ......................1996 ................. 4 Michelle Akers................1988 ................. 4

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

10.

Opponent ............... Date................ No. Miami* .....................1981...................20 Alabama ................ 9/27/86 ................17 Florida State* ...........1981...................15 Florida* ....................1981...................14 Vanderbilt* ...............1981...................14 Miami* .....................1981...................13 Huntingdon ........... 9/18/89 ................13 Savannah .............. 10/13/90 ...............13 C. of Charleston .... 10/17/93 ...............13 Mercer .................. 10/18/85 ...............12

ASSISTS Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 30

Opponent ............... Date................ No. Alabama ................ 9/27/86 ................16 Mercer .................. 10/18/85 ...............15 Alabama A&M ........ 9/3/00 .................14 C. of Charleston .... 10/17/93 ...............14 Florida Atlantic ...... 9/15/91 ................13

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6. 7.

St. Thomas ............ 10/18/87 ...............11 Miami* .....................1981...................10 Huntingdon .......... 10/11/86 ...............10 Savannah .............. 10/13/90 ...............10 West Florida .......... 9/14/91 ................10

1. 2. 4. 5.

Amy Allman ....................1986 ............ 13.0 Karen Richter .................1989 ............ 11.0 Alyssa O’Brien ................1996 ............ 11.0 Amy Allman ....................1987 ............ 10.5 Jennifer Manis................2007 ............ 10.0 Karen Richter .................1988 ............ 10.0 Jessica Kuhlman .............2002 .............. 9.8 Heather Brann................1994 .............. 9.5 Maria Banuls ..................1999 .............. 9.0 Julie Snaman ..................2004 .............. 9.0

SAVES Rank 1. 2. 3. 4.

TOTAL POINTS Rank Opponent ............... Date................ No. 1. Miami* .....................1981...... 50 (20-10) Alabama ................ 9/27/86 ... 50 (17-16) 3. Mercer .................. 10/18/85 .. 44 (12-15) 4. C. of Charleston .... 10/17/93 .. 40 (13-14) 5. Vanderbilt* ...............1981........ 37 (14-9) 6. Alabama A&M ........ 9/3/00 .... 36 (11-14) Savannah .............. 10/13/90 .. 36 (13-10) 8. Florida State* ...........1981...... 35 (15-15) Florida Atlantic ...... 9/15/91 ... 35 (11-13) 10. Miami* .....................1981........ 34 (13-8) Brevard (S.C.) ............1986........ 34 (15-4)

Karen Richter .................1989 ............ 0.25 Amy Ford ........................1982 ............ 0.30 Beth Harless ...................2004 ............ 0.50 Kim Wyant......................1982 ............ 0.60 Amy Allman ....................1986 ............ 0.62 Julie Snaman ..................2004 ............ 0.62 Karen Richter .................1988 ............ 0.69 Heather Brann................1994 ............ 0.82 Kim Wyant......................1985 ............ 0.83 Kim Wyant......................1983 ............ 0.83

SHUTOUTS

7. 8. 9.

Team Match Records GOALS

Heather Brann................1994 ............. 129 Jennifer Manis................2007 ............. 126 Alyssa O’Brien ................1995 ............. 121 Alyssa O’Brien ................1998 ............. 114 Aline Reis .......................2008 ............. 107 Alyssa O’Brien ................1997 ............. 107 7. Amy Allman ....................1986 ............... 91 8. Heather Brann................1993 ............... 87 9. Jessica Kuhlman .............2002 ............... 86 10. Aline Reis .......................2009 ............... 82 Alyssa O’Brien ................1996 ............... 82

7. 9.

Opponent ............... Date................ No. Texas A&M............. 10/3/93 ................19 North Carolina ....... 8/24/86 ................18 Florida ................... 8/29/99 ................16 Connecticut ........... 9/25/94 ................15 Florida ................... 10/3/95 ................15 UW-Milwaukee ...... 9/26/97 ................15 Massachusetts ....... 9/24/94 ................14 Georgia ................... 9/5/98 .................14 Stanford ................. 10/2/92 ................13 Massachusetts ....... 10/1/95 ................13

OTHER TEAM RECORDS Most Shots ................. 64 vs. Erskine, 10/22/84 Shots Allowed ................41 vs. Florida, 8/29/99 Most Corner Kicks .....21 vs. Alabama A&M, 9/3/00 Corner Kicks Allowed .... 18 vs. Minnesota, 8/31/07 * Totals include competition against club teams


Individual Match Records SHOTS

ASSISTS

1. 13, Michelle Akers ............................Rutgers ........................10/21/88 2. 12, Pam Baughman ......................Florida State* ..........................1981 12, Donna Laboranti ........................Alabama ..............................1981 12, Sandy Carter ............................. Cincinnati ........................9/19/87 5. 11, Nancy Lay ...............................Florida State* ..........................1981 11, Amy Jones .......................at Florida International ............10/15/95 11, Amy Jones ................................... Mercer ........................10/19/96 8. 10, Cindy Clippinger .....................Florida State* ..........................1981 10, Mary Varas ....................................Duke .................................1981 10, Donna Laboranti ......................... Erskine ........................10/22/84 10, Sandy Carter .................................Barry ............................10/6/86 10, Melissa Fellner ......................... St. Thomas ............................1987 10, Sandy Carter ........................... Keene State.....................10/30/89 10, Tina Theis ................................West Florida ......................9/14/91 10, Amy Geltz...................................Arkansas .........................10/9/92 10, Amy Jones ...................................Stetson ..........................9/21/96 10, Roberta Pelarigo ................. at Southern Miss.................10/21/06

1. 5, Jennifer O’Connor .........................Stetson ........................10/26/93 2. 4, Pam Baughman .............................Miami* ...............................1981 4, Cindy Clippinger ............................Miami* ...............................1981 4. 3, Pam Baughman ...............................Duke .................................1981 3, Michelle Akers ................................Barry ............................9/23/84 3, Terry Schuler .......................Florida International ................10/5/85 3, Lisa Gozley .................................... Mercer ........................10/18/85 3, Michelle Akers .......................... Huntingdon.......................10/1/86 3, Jean Varas .................................. St. Thomas .....................10/18/87 3, Danielle Thomas ..........................Alabama .......................10/14/88 3, Melinda Miller ............................ Savannah ......................10/13/90 3, Kerry Musante ........................Florida Atlantic ....................9/15/91 3, Kelly Stout .....................................Stetson ........................10/20/94 3, Danya Harris ..........................Northern Illinois ...................10/6/96 3, Danya Harris ................................. Mercer ........................10/19/96 3, Sara Kane ...................................... Auburn ..........................11/2/97 3, Cally Howell ................................ Campbell.......................10/21/00 3, Cally Howell ............................ Alabama A&M ......................9/3/00 3, Michelle Anderson ........................ Liberty...........................9/31/01 3, Becca Eshelman .............................Tulane ...........................9/10/04 3, Courtney Baines...............................Troy ...........................10/24/04

HAT TRICK CLUB 1. 5, Kelly Kochevar ...............................Stetson ........................10/26/93 2. 4, Danielle Thomas .........................Alabama* ........................9/27/86 4, Mauri Harris ............................... St. Thomas .....................10/18/87 4, Sandy Carter ............................... at Mercer ........................9/16/89 4, Michelle Anderson .................. Alabama A&M ......................9/3/00 6. 3, Nancy Lay ................................... McMurry*........................9/25/82 3, Mary Varas ................................. McMurry*........................9/25/82 3, Laura Dryden ............................... Florida*..........................10/2/82 3, Laura Dryden ..................................Duke ..........................10/23/82 3, Jean Varas .......................................Barry ............................9/23/84 3, Kris Hipp........................................ Mercer ........................10/18/85 3, Cindy Jones ............................... Brevard (JC)............................1986 3, Sandy Carter ...............................Alabama* ........................9/27/86 3, Danielle Thomas ....................... Huntingdon.......................10/1/86 3, Sandy Carter .......................Florida International ..................9/7/86 3, Sandy Carter .............................. St. Thomas ............................1987 3, Michelle Akers ..............................Rutgers ........................10/21/88 3, Leslie Suder ...........................NE Missouri State ..................9/30/90 3, Julie Tombragel ........................... Savannah ......................10/13/90 3, Kelly Kochevar ............................ at Hartford .......................9/22/91 3, Kelly Kochevar .......................UC-Santa Barbara ..................10/2/91 3, Tiffany Schreiner .....................Florida Atlantic ....................9/15/91 3, Kelly Kochevar .............................at Stetson ........................9/13/94 3, Kelly Kochevar .......................at Florida Atlantic ..................9/29/94 3, Amy Geltz...................................... Mercer ..........................11/4/94 3, Amy Jones ........................at College of Charleston .............9/25/95 3, Sara Kane ....................................at Stetson ........................10/9/96 3, Amy Jones ..................................... Mercer ........................10/19/96 3, Michelle Anderson ................ Jacksonville State ..................10/8/00 3, Michelle Anderson .................... at Campbell.....................10/21/00 3, Christie Martell ....................... Alabama A&M ......................9/3/00 3, Ansley Gascoigne ......................... Belmont .........................10/6/02 3, Danielle dos Santos....................... at SMU ........................10/14/07

TOTAL POINTS 1. 10, Kelly Kochevar (5g-0a) ................Stetson ........................10/26/93 2. 9, Michelle Anderson (4-1) ......... Alabama A&M ......................9/3/00 9, Mauri Harris (4-1) ...................... St. Thomas .....................10/18/87 9, Danielle Thomas(4-1)...................Alabama .........................9/27/86 9, Pam Baughman (4-1) ...............Florida State* ..........................1981 6. 8, Danielle dos Santos (3-2) .............. at SMU ........................10/14/07 8, Christie Martell (3-2)............... Alabama A&M ......................9/3/00 8, Amy Jones (3-2) ............................ Mercer ........................10/19/96 8, Sandy Carter (4-0) ....................... at Mercer ........................9/10/89 8, Sandy Carter (3-2) ........................Alabama .........................9/27/86 8, Cindy Clippinger(2-4) ....................Miami* ...............................1981 8, Donna Laboranti(4-0)....................Miami* ...............................1981 8, Pam Baughman (3-2) .................Vanderbilt* ............................1981

SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4.

19, Heather Brann ......................... Texas A&M .....................10/13/93 18, Amy Allman........................... North Carolina ....................8/24/86 16, Maria Banuls ............................... Florida...........................8/29/99 15, Heather Brann ........................ Connecticut ......................9/25/94 15, Alyssa O’Brien ........................... at Florida...........................9/3/95 15, Alyssa O’Brien .....................at UW-Milwaukee ..................9/26/97 7. 14, Heather Brann ...................... Massachusetts ....................9/24/94 14, Alyssa O’Brien ...........................at Georgia ..........................9/5/98 9. 13, Heather Brann ........................... Stanford .........................10/2/92 13, Alyssa O’Brien ....................... Massachusetts ....................10/1/95 * Totals include competition against club teams

MISCELLANEOUS MATCH RECORDS Consecutive Match Scoring 9, Amy Jones, 1995 Consecutive Match Goals Scored 6, Michelle Akers (2x), 1984 6, Kelly Kochevar, 1993

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