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UCF’s Conference Championships (11) Atlanc Sun (9) 1993 - 1994 - 1995 - 1996 - 1998 1999- 2001 - 2002 - 2003 Conference USA (2) 2005 - 2007

UCF WOMEN’S SOCCER - ARMOR UP

UCF’s NCAA Tournament Appearances (13) 1982 - 1984 - 1987 - 1988 - 1991 1998 - 1999 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 2004 - 2007 - 2008

ith several excing academic programs to choose from, a breathtaking campus and naonally recognized athlecs facilies, UCF offers a college experience unlike any other.

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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. -In 28 seasons, the Knights have had a winning record 25 mes. -Leads all Florida schools with 13 NCAA Tournament appearances. -UCF’s 13 NCAA trips ranks as the 16th most of any Division I program. -Has posted seven seasons of 14 wins or more in 10 years under head coach Amanda Cromwell. -Speaking of Cromwell, she not only played with the U.S. Naonal Team from 1991-98, she was an assistant coach for the Naonal Team in January 2009 and the U-20 Women’s Team that won the World Cup in the fall of 2008.

The Knights celebrate one of several goals at home in 2008.

-Always forms one of the toughest, most challenging schedules in the naon, including a 2009 slate highlighted by North Carolina, Duke, LSU, Florida State, South Carolina as well as another journey through the 11 very talented teams that make up Conference USA. So take a look inside and discover the success, passion, history and excitement that is UCF women’s soccer. The 2009 UCF women’s soccer yearbook was wrien and edited by Brian Ormiston. Editorial assistance provided by Joe Hornstein, Doug Richards and Sarah Tarasewicz. Covers designed by Sarah Tarasewicz, Jay Hatch and Brian Ormiston. Photography courtesy of Sideline Sports, UCF archives and Sports Illustrated. Printed by DME, located in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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A HISTORY OF CHAMPIONS 1981

1988

1995

11-3-0 Inaugural Season AIAW Finals

10-3-2 NCAA Tournament Second Round

10-6-4 Atlanc Sun Champions

-UCF fights UNC to a 2-1 loss in Chapel Hill, N.C., in the NCAA Tournament aer knocking Virginia out in the first round. -Michelle Akers posted 26 points (11-4--26). -Keeper Karen Richter recorded a 0.69 GAA. -All 10 Knight wins were via the shutout.

1991

-Junior Amy Jones earned All-America honors. -Jones set school records for goals with 20 and total points with 46, and was named the A-Sun Player of the Year. -Kelly Stout set a school record for assists with 13, breaking Akers’ mark of 12 set in 1986. -The Knights won their third-straight A-Sun tle, but missed a berth into the NCAA Tournament.

10-5-1 NCAA Tournament First Round

1996

-Outscored first five opponents 76-0. -Seeded 11th out of 12 teams in the AIAW Naonal Championship. -Won three-consecuve shootouts to reach the final against North Carolina. -Amy Ford, Linda Gancitano, Pam Baughman and Nancy Lay were on the All-Tournament Team.

1982 10-1-2 NCAA Tournament Finals -First year when women’s soccer was recognized as an NCAA sport. -UCF advanced to the championship game against North Carolina while hosng the postseason tournament. -Mary Varas was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament. -Keepers Amy Ford and Kim Wyant allowed just six goals all season.

1984 10-4-0 NCAA Tournament Second Round -North Carolina defeated the Knights for the third me in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. -Freshman Michelle Akers led UCF with 32 points (14 goals, four assists). -Kim Wyant recorded seven shutouts.

1987 14-4-0 NCAA Final Four -UCF advanced to the NCAA Final Four only to be defeated by Massachuses, 2-1. -Michelle Akers and Amy Allman were named All-Americans. -Allman was selected as the adidas/ISAA Goalkeeper of the Year. -Akers led the team with 36 points (13-10--36). -Allman posted 12 shutouts and a 0.76 GAA.

-Freshman Kelly Kochevar and goalkeeper Heather Brann led UCF to its sixth NCAA Tournament appearance. -Kochevar scored 16 goals and helped on seven others totaling 39 points. -Brann finished with six shutouts and a 1.32 GAA.

13-7-1 Atlanc Sun Champions

1993

-UCF defeated Florida Internaonal in the ASun Conference Championship, 1-0. -Amy Jones led the team in scoring with 29 points (10-9--29). -Goalkeeper Alyssa O’Brien set an A-Sun record with 11 shutouts and finished with a 0.89 GAA.

8-7-1 Atlanc Sun Co-Champions

1998

-The Knights won a share of their first A-Sun Championship aer compleng the regular season with a 5-1-0 league record. -UCF finished the season with five-straight wins that clinched the tle. -Kelly Kochevar totaled 36 points (17-2--36). -Heather Brann compiled seven shutouts and a 1.56 GAA on the year.

1994 13-5-1 Atlanc Sun Champions -UCF finished the year winning nine of its last 10 games. -The Knights entered the Soccer America poll for the first me at No. 19. -UCF won the inaugural A-Sun Tournament after beang rival FIU in the tle game, 2-0. -Senior Kelly Kochevar led the Knights in scoring with 33 points (15-3--33). -Heather Brann recorded a 0.82 GAA and 9.5 shutouts on the season.

12-8-0 Atlanc Sun Champions/ NCAA Tournament First Round -UCF clinched its fih league tle in six years. -Goalkeeper Alyssa O’Brien was named the ASun Tournament MVP by posng two shutouts. -The Knights earned an automac berth into the NCAA Tournament against Wisconsin, marking their first trip to the dance since 1992. -O’Brien finished her career at UCF as the allme leader in saves. -Danya Harris finished her career in the top 10 in five offensive categories.

1999 16-6-1 Atlanc Sun Champions/ NCAA Tournament Second Round -The Knights fought into the NCAA Second Round with a first-round win over Furman. -UCF recorded a seven-game winning streak and an 11-game unbeaten streak.


UCF’s Top NCAA Performances 1982 Runner-Up 1984 Second Round 1987 Final Four 1988 Second Round 1999 Second Round 2004 Second Round 2007 Second Round 2008 Second Round

A HISTORY OF CHAMPIONS

-Thirteen shutouts ranked UCF sixth in the naon in shutouts per game. -Every starng defender earned a spot on one of the conference’s three All-A-Sun teams. -Cally Howell earned recognion as a first-team All-A-Sun, second-team All-NSCAA Southeast Region and third-team SoccerBuzz.com AllSoutheast region member.

2001 14-6-0 Atlanc Sun Champions/ NCAA Tournament First Round -UCF defeated FAU 2-1 in the A-Sun tle match for a berth into the NCAA Tournament. -The Knights racked up their seventh A-Sun Championship. -Senior Michelle Anderson was named A-Sun Player of the Year, MVP of the A-Sun Tournament, First Team All-A-Sun and Third Team AllSoutheast Region. -The A-Sun All-Academic Team named 13 Knights to its roster. -SoccerBuzz.com selected UCF as the sixth most improved team in the naon.

2002 18-5-0 Atlanc Sun Champions/ NCAA Tournament First Round -The Knights posted a school record 18 wins. -UCF compiled its second-consecuve A-Sun Championship and NCAA Tournament berth. -Jennifer Montgomery scored 17 goals and had 12 assists for a conference-leading 46 points. -Montgomery was named A-Sun Freshmen of the Year and NSCAA Second-Team All-South Region.

2003

2007

16-5-1 Atlanc Sun Champions/ NCAA Tournament First Round

15-4-4 Conference USA Co-Champions NCAA Tournament Second Round

-The Knights defeated Florida Atlanc 3-0 on penalty kicks to claim the A-Sun tle. -Allison Blagriff was named the A-Sun Tournament MVP for the second-consecuve season. -Becca Eshelman picked up NCSAA and SoccerBuzz.com All-Southeast Region honors.

-UCF received an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, defeang Auburn in round one and tying Florida in the second round before falling on penalty kicks. -The offense scored the game-winner or gametying goal at the 86 minute mark or beyond six mes. -On the defensive side, the Knights posted shutouts in six of eight C-USA matches. -UCF led the league with seven C-USA player of the week selecons. -Jennifer Manis was selected as the C-USA Defensive Player of the Year and Danielle dos Santos was the C-USA Newcomer of the Year. - Manis, Hanna Wilde and Nikki Moore were all members of the All-C-USA First Team.

2004 17-4-2 NCAA Tournament Second Round -The 17 wins were the second most in UCF history. -The Knights earned the first A-Sun at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, where they eliminated Florida in the first round. -The Knights finished the season with a 9-0 record against teams from the state of Florida. -Courtney Baines was named the A-Sun Defensive Player of the Year. -Amanda Cromwell was named coach of the year for the Southeast Region by SoccerBuzz.com.

2005 12-10-0 Conference USA Co-Champions -UCF won its regular-season tle by posng an 8-1-0 record in first year in Conference USA. -Courtney Baines was named the C-USA Defensive Player of the Year. -Roberta Pelarigo and Jennifer Montgomery were voted onto the C-USA postseason teams.

2006 11-6-2 Conference USA Second Place -UCF only lost one regular season conference match for the second-consecuve season. -The Knights defeated No. 15 SMU 2-1 in a naonally televised game on CBS College Sports. -Roberta Pelarigo and Hanna Wilde were selected to the All-Conference USA First Team.

2008 14-6-3 NCAA Tournament Second Round -The Black and Gold earned its 13th NCAA berth, and went on to defeat Miami in the first round for its second-straight trip to the second round. -UCF averaged 360 fans per home game, the most in the Amanda Cromwell era. -The Knights were naonally ranked during seven different weeks of the season. -At the conclusion of 2008, UCF had six selecons to the All-C-USA Teams, ed for the most in the league. -Goalkeeper Aline Reis was named an NSCAA All-American, serving as one of just three freshmen in the country to be on either the first or second team.


THE UCF SOCCER COMPLEX The UCF Soccer Complex plays host to both women’s and men’s soccer matches, as well as home track meets. Built in 1991, the UCF soccer field is natural grass and is lined to the dimensions of 347 feet by 200 feet (115.7x66.7 yards). The facility has a capacity of 1,000. In 2006, the bleachers were upgraded to feature more comfortable chairback seats. In 2007, UCF set a complex aendance record when 956 fans came out to see the Knights erase a 3-1 halime deficit to e No. 11 Florida State, 3-3. It was the largest crowd to watch a UCF women’s soccer home match since the NCAA Championship tle contest against North Carolina in 1982. Last season, the Knights averaged 360 fans per home game, the most in 10 years under head coach Amanda Cromwell.

The UCF Knights Locker Room.

The Knights’ home field is perfectly located within dorms, shops, restaurants and other athlec facilies.


WOMEN’S SOCCER IN THE UCF ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME The UCF Athlecs Hall of Fame was established in 1998 to honor those individuals who, through their demonstrated athlecs achievement or service, have disnguished themselves and the University of Central Florida. Below are the five representaves from the women’s soccer program currently in the hall of fame: Michelle Akers, Amy Allmann, Kelly Kochevar, Karen Richter and Jim Rudy.

MICHELLE AKERS UCF Women’s Soccer: 1984, 1986-88 Class of 1998 Michelle Akers, regarded by many as the best female soccer player in the world during her career, was a four-me All-America selecon at UCF. She was the recipient of the first Hermann Award for women in 1988, soccer’s version of the Heisman Trophy. She led UCF to three NCAA Tournaments, including a berth in the Final Four in 1987. She went on to play professionally in Sweden aer graduaon and was

a long-me member of the U.S. Naonal Team. In 1991 she led the U.S. to its first Women’s World Cup Championship, earning the Golden Boot as the tournament’s leading scorer. She was a vital part of the gold medal-winning U.S. Naonal squad in the Olympics in 1996 and the World Cup team in 1999. In 1999, she was also named the FIFA Women’s Player of the Century.

AM Y ALLMANN UCF Women’s Soccer: 1984-87 Class of 1999 Amy Allmann was a starng goalkeeper during her career at UCF, which culminated with her being named NCAA Goalkeeper of the Year in 1987. That same year she helped UCF reach the Final Four. A versale

athlete, Allmann also competed in cross country and rowing while at UCF. She went on to compete for the U.S. Naonal Team that won the Women’s World Cup in 1991.

KELLY KOCHEVAR UCF Women’s Soccer: 1991-94 Class of 2008 Kelly Kochevar helped UCF build upon its success in the 1980s by guiding the Knights from 1991-94. The forward was part of the 1991 squad that reached the NCAA Tournament, as well as the 1993 and 1994 teams that were the first to play a conference schedule in school history. Those two seasons witnessed Kochevar and the Knights claim two conference

tles. Kochevar finished her career as UCF’s all-me leading goal scorer with 53 tallies, and she also sll ranks first in game-winning goals with 20, including a season-high seven in 1991. The school’s single-match record-holder in goals (five) and points (10), Kochevar received Soccer America All-Freshman and NSCAA AllSoutheast Region recognion in 1991.

KAREN RICHTER UCF Women’s Soccer: 1987-90 Class of 2000 Karen Richter played from 1987-90, earning adidas/ ISAA and NCAA Goalkeeper of the Year honors in 1990. In 1989, she was named to the Soccer America MVP Team and the adidas scholar-athlete team in 1989 and 1990. She set the school record for lowest

career goals-against average (0.59), lowest singleseason goals-against average (0.25) and career shutouts (30.5). As a junior she led the team to an 111-2 record and allowed only four goals in 14 games.

J I M RUDY UCF Women’s Soccer Coach: 1981-87 Class of 2001 Jim Rudy coached the men’s soccer team from 1975-87 and the women’s team from 1981-87. He started the women’s soccer program and led it to four postseason appearances in seven years and a 73-22-6 overall record. His teams advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament twice, including an appearance in the first NCAA championship game in 1982. His 1981

squad finished runner up in the AIAW, the forerunner to the NCAA. He coached nine All-Americans, and finished his career as the winningest coach in the history of UCF men’s soccer with a 129-58-18 record and two NCAA Tournament appearances. He coached three All-Americans on the men’s side, including UCF Athlecs Hall of Fame inductee Winston DuBose.


The Freshmen: Boom Row - Tiia Tikkanen, Amy Carhart, Caroline Bond, Kristen Poulton, Jusne Quick. Top Row - Nicolee Radovcic, Alex Brandt, Chloe Stokes, Stacy Kadell, Marleigh Howard. Not Pictured - Paige Goodwin, Tishia Jewell, Bianca Joswiak.

CLASS SNAPSHOTS The Juniors: Top to Boom - Amanda Martorana, Kacie Horner, Kim Newsome, Lauren Halbert, Chrisna Petrucco.

The Sophomores: Boom Row - Heather Dooley, Andrea Rodrigues. Top Row - Stacie Hubbard, Aline Reis, Kae Jackson.

The Seniors: Foreground Le - Brianna Schooley, Yvonne George. Foreground Right - Nikki Moore, Becca Thomas. Background Center - Courtney Whidden, Lynzee Lee. Background Right - Amaka Ofuani, Emily Maynard.


REFLECTION POND

UCF - THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME UCF is the university that seeks opportunies, creates opportunies and brings them to fruion. The school’s culture of opportunity is driven by the diverse people it aracts, its Orlando environment, its history of entrepreneurship, and its youth, relevance and energy. Located in one of the most vibrant cies in the world, UCF is among the fastest-growing research universies in the country.

UCF offers degrees through its 13 colleges: College of Arts and Humanies College of Business Administraon College of Educaon College of Engineering and Computer Science College of Graduate Studies College of Health and Public Affairs College of Medicine College of Nursing College of Opcs and Photonics College of Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies Rosen College of Hospitality Management The Burne Honors College

One of Florida’s 11 public universies, UCF opened its doors to students in 1968. The school has grown quickly and UCF now offers almost 200 bachelor’s and master’s degrees and 29 doctoral programs. In 2009, UCF began offering a doctor of medicine degree program. The M.D. Program enrolled an inial class of 40 students and will eventually produce about 120 medical graduates each year. UCF RECREATION & WELLNESS CENTER

FORGING AHEAD With a total enrollment of 50,254, UCF has the fih-largest student populaon in the country and has become a prominent player in undergraduate educaon naonwide offering innovave corporate partnerships, world-renowned faculty, and cung-edge technology and undergraduate research opportunies.


UCF STUDENT UNION

UCF - THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME

University Profile Student Populaon: 50,254 Undergraduate Enrollment: 42,910 Graduate: 7,344 Student/Faculty Rao: 24 to 1

We have a talented and unique student body. UCF has a diverse student body, with students coming from 63 Florida counes, 50 states and 142 countries. We have connecons. Internaonally known companies such as Disney, Universal, Google, Marrio, Anheuser-Busch and many others recruit on the campus regularly and are partners with the university. We’ll help you land a job. Our career services professionals help students gain praccal work knowledge during their collegiate experience at schools, hospitals, hightech companies, local municipalies and in the entertainment industry. Students typically enjoy success in landing employment thanks to their due diligence, their preparaon at UCF and the university’s fine reputaon among employers.

CHARGING KNIGHT Don Reynolds’ statue, “The Charging Knight,” at the Insurance Office of America Plaza outside Bright House Networks Stadium, symbolizes UCF’s excellence in academics, partnerships and athlecs.


UCF LEISURE POOL

CAMPUS LIFE CF’s 1,415-acre campus provides a safe, serene seng for learning with 600 acres of natural lakes and woodlands. At UCF, there is always something to do. Students aend Division I athlecs events, concerts and shows at UCF Arena and are offered a wide array of cultural events and opportunies.

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Personal development programs and acvies in a broad range of educaonal, recreaonal and social-awareness topics allow students a chance to expand their understanding of the world. Among the things available to all students are an 85,000-square foot recreaonal fitness center, a 181,000-gallon outdoor recreaonal pool and several sandy beach volleyball courts. UCF’s excing campus includes a variety of on-campus residenal communies, and the addion of new housing, a new alumni center and a full-service medical clinic provides expanded opportunies for acvies.

SPIRIT SPLASH UCF’s Spirit Splash is one of the most unique Homecoming events in the naon. Once a year, thousands of students gather in the Reflecon Pond at the center of campus for a pep rally and concert.


DR. JOHN C. HITT • PRESIDENT John C. Hi became the fourth president of the University of Central Florida on March 1, 1992, aer nineteen years of administrave experience and a disnguished academic career. A nave of Houston, Texas, he graduated cum laude in 1962 from Ausn College in Sherman, Texas, earning a B.A. degree in psychology. He completed his M.S. degree in 1964 and his Ph.D. degree two years later, both in physiological psychology at Tulane University. His graduate study was supported by fellowships from the Danforth Foundaon and the Naonal Science Foundaon. Dr. Hi served as an assistant professor of psychology at Tulane before moving to Texas Chrisan University as an associate professor of psychology in 1969. Three years later, he became associate dean of the university. In 1974, he was appointed vice president of the Texas Chrisan University Research Foundaon and was named dean of the graduate school in 1975. In 1977, Dr. Hi le Texas Chrisan University to become provost and vice president for academic affairs and professor of psychology at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. In 1987, he moved to the University of Maine as vice president for academic affairs and professor of psychology. In 1991, Dr. Hi was named Maine’s interim president.

FIVE GOALS

Early in his tenure, President Hi outlined the following five major goals for UCF: • offer the best undergraduate educaon in Florida • achieve internaonal prominence in key programs of graduate study and research • provide an internaonal focus to the curricula and research programs • become more inclusive and diverse • become America’s leading partnership university Under President Hi ’s leadership, enrollment at UCF has more than doubled, the number of doctoral degrees awarded each year has increased sevenfold, and research funding has increased from $6.2 million to $121 million a year. President Hi has conferred more than 130,000 degrees during his presidency. One of President Hi ’s greatest achievements occurred when the Florida Board of Governors approved the UCF College of Medicine, and the Lake Nona Medical City was founded. This mul-billion dollar development includes new facilies for medical educaon, hospital care, and biomedical research. The Lake Nona Medical City will be a principal driver of the central Florida economy for decades to come. President Hi ’s current civic service includes membership on the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission Fundraising Campaign leadership cabinet and the MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando’s Council of Governors. He serves on the boards of the American Heart Associaon, Central Florida Partnership, the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission, SunTrust N.A., and United Arts. President Hi is a member of the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment Leadership Circle. He is also a member, vice-chair, and chair-elect of the Conference USA Board of Directors. President Hi is two-term past-chair of the State University Presidents Associaon, a member of the Florida Council of 100, and founder of the Florida High-Tech Corridor Council. He is a two-term past-president of the Florida Associaon of Colleges and Universies. He chaired the Governor’s Select Task Force on Healthcare Professional Liability Insurance and was a member of the Florida Distance Learning Task Force. He was a member of the Orange County Chairman’s Transportaon Commission, and in 2008, he co-chaired the Orange County Underage Drinking Task Force. President Hi is a former member of the boards of the American Associaon of State Colleges and Universies, EDUCAUSE, Orlando Health, and the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. He is a former member of the NCAA President’s Commission and the former Chair of Board of the Atlanc Sun Athlecs Conference. In recent years, the Central Florida community has honored President Hi with a number of presgious awards. He was the recipient of the 2008 Junior Achievement Spirit of Achievement Award. He has been listed for a number of years among the Orlando Sennel’s 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida and the Orlando Magazine’s 50 Most Powerful People. He received the Seminole Chamber of Commerce Lifeme Achievement award in 2007. In 2006, he received the Orlando Business Journal’s first-ever Legacy Award, and in 2005 he was named the Orlando Sennel’s Central Floridian of the Year. In 2002, he received the James B. Greene award from the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission; in 1999, he was awarded the Tree of Life from the Jewish Naonal Fund and the Jack Halloway Star of Gratude from United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida; and in 1998, he earned the John Young Award from the Greater Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. President Hi is an avid fisherman and golfer. He has been married to the former Martha Halsted for 47 years, and they have two children and two grandchildren.


KEITH R. TRIBBLE • DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS he thread that has bridged together nearly three decades working in and around the collegiate community has been Keith Tribble’s history of building programs with strong foundaons and dynamic structure.

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Since his start as Director of Athlecs and Execuve Vice President for the University of Central Florida Athlecs Associaon on June 6, 2006, Tribble has quickly taken hold of the program’s blueprints and promised to lead with a principle that everyone associated with the program will also share - to “finish.”

Keith Tribble is commied to the concept of the well-rounded studentathlete, emphasizing the importance of their academic prowess off the field as well as championship results on.

COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

In addion, the other focal point of his concentraon is the oversight of the construcon, expansion and compleon of the noted UCF Athlecs Facilies Master Plan. When finished, the plan will touch all areas of the student-athletes’ well-being, including residenal housing, academic and mentoring support facilies and state-of-the-art performance venues where UCF fans and supporters can cheer on the Knights. To date, Tribble has overseen $150 million in new construcon and improvements to UCF athlec facilies since his arrival. Through a renewed commitment, Tribble has been most proud of the record academic achievement of the UCF student-athletes during his first two years in Orlando. The Knights, for the third-straight year in 2008-09, placed the highest number of student-athletes on the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll with 224 representaves maintaining a 3.0 grade-point average or beer. Much of UCF Athlecs went from transioning into Conference USA to compeng for its tles in just a few short years. The football program has played for two C-USA tles since 2005, winning the championship and coveted AutoZone Liberty Bowl berth in 2007. In 2007-08, other programs such as women’s soccer and soball, and members of the women’s track and field team, claimed C-USA tles. In 2008-09, men’s golf reigned over the league, in addion to a big Conference USA Tournament championship from women’s basketball. Over half of UCF’s programs have competed in NCAA postseason tournaments the past two years.

David Chambers

David Hansen

Successful student-athletes start with top-notch coaching and at UCF the commitment to coaching excellence has been evident. Among Tribble’s transacons so far has been the renewal of several successful veteran coaches, including Amanda Cromwell (women’s soccer), Renee Luers-Gillispie (soball), George O’Leary (football) and Kirk Speraw (men’s basketball). Addionally, Tribble was instrumental in the hiring of several new head coaches, including Bryan Cunningham (men’s soccer), Todd Dagenais (women’s volleyball), Becky Frost (women’s rowing), Stephanie Nickitas (women’s tennis), Terry Rooney (baseball), Caryl Smith-Gilbert (women’s track and field/cross country) and Joi Williams (women’s basketball).

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Tribble aended the University of Florida where he played offensive guard for three bowl teams. He graduated in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism (public relaons and markeng). Tribble and his wife, Terri, have a daughter, Carlyn, and a son, Kyle.

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION Jessica Reo


ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE UCF student-athletes are supported by a nine-person professional staff of advisors and program coordinators from the Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA). The ASSA mission is to support student-athletes’ academic development while exceeding sasfactory progress toward their degrees. ASSA advisors coordinate tutoring, mentoring, study sessions, and priority class registraon for all current student-athletes and assist new Knights through the recruitment process. UCF student-athletes receive specific academic and athlec informaon at orientaon as well as study skills and me management instrucon throughout the year. More than 50 computers are available for student-athlete’s use anyme during the academic year. During the 2008-09 academic year, UCF placed a league-record 224 student-athletes on the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. Student-athletes must maintain a cumulave grade point average of 3.0 or beer to earn a spot on the honor roll.

MAKING THE GRADE Not only did Danielle dos Santos’ cleats need some cleaning aer every goal like the one against Miami above, but her grades helped her be named a NSCAA/adidas Collegiate Scholar All-American.

NATIONAL HONORS Jenny Heppert became the first UCF volleyball player to garner ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® honors during the 2008-09 season. The middle blocker graduated with a 4.0 GPA and earned her degree in biology.


TOWERS AT KNIGHTS PLAZA Numerous UCF student-athletes reside at the Towers at Knights Plaza, modern apartment-style dormitories on the north side of campus which allow student-athletes to live within close proximity to UCF’s athlecs facilies. The apartments feature common kitchen and living room areas as well as four single bedrooms with full-size beds. Each bedroom includes high-speed Internet access, cable television and local phone service. The Towers at Knights Plaza feature 100,000-square feet of retail shops and restaurants. Tenants include Barnes & Noble bookstore, Subway and Knightro’s cafeteria, where UCF student-athletes dine. The apartments are located near the majority of the athlecs facilies, including Bright House Networks Stadium, UCF Arena, The Venue at UCF, Jay Bergman Field, the UCF Soball Complex and the UCF Track and Field and Soccer Complex. The Towers at Knights Plaza are also in close proximity to the Wayne Densch Sports Center and Nicholson Fieldhouse.

APARTMENT-STYLE LIVING The apartments in the Towers at Knights Plaza feature common kitchen and living room areas as well as four single bedrooms with full-size beds.

SHOPPING CONVENIENCE Students living in the Towers can dine and shop at establishments like Tailgaters Smoked-Grill Restaurant, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, Knightro’s Cafeteria, Red Brick Oven Pizza, Jimmy John’s, Subway, Papa John’s and Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream.


BRIGHT HOUSE NETWORKS STADIUM

UCF ARENA

ATHLETICS FACILITIES UCF SOFTBALL COMPLEX

UCF SOCCER COMPLEX

From Bright House Networks Stadium to the UCF Arena, UCF student-athletes play and train in top-notch venues. The school’s always growing and improving athlecs complex is part of UCF’s commitment to provide student-athletes with exceponal and modern facilies. In the past few years, this commitment has assured that the UCF athlecs facilies are not only among the best in Conference USA, but across the naon. The 45,000-seat Bright House Networks Stadium, the home of the UCF program, shared its debut season on campus in 2007 with another brand new facility - UCF Arena. Home to the Knights’ men’s and women’s basketball programs, the 10,000-seat venue also opened in the fall of 2007. The arena, which also hosts concerts and UCF commencement ceremonies, includes luxury boxes and suites, open concourse areas and numerous concession opons.

THE VENUE AT UCF

NICHOLSON FIELDHOUSE

Other facilies that have seen upgrades in recent years are Jay Bergman Field – home to the baseball program - and The Venue at UCF, the renovated previous arena which now houses exclusive modern pracce facilies and offices for the men’s and women’s basketball programs, as well as an equally-spacious home facility for volleyball. Off campus, two new facilies opened in 2009 - the UCF Intercollegiate Rowing Center and the UCF Golf Pracce Facility. UCF ROWING CENTER

UCF’s Facilies Master Plan includes numerous facility enhancements in the coming years, including the planned construcon of a new stadium and entrance structure at the UCF Soccer and Track and the expansion of Jay Bergman Field. The vision for a new academic services center is imminent, one which will provide student-athletes greater access to resources near their new Athlecs Village residences, and further assist their progress towards their degrees and post-graduate success.

UCF TRACK & FIELD COMPLEX

When UCF Athlecs completes its Facilies Master Plan during the next decade, every sport and every student-athlete will have received the benefit of an improved facility to pracce, train and compete for championships in. UCF GOLF PRACTICE FACILITY

JAY BERGMAN FIELD

UCF TENNIS COMPLEX


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING/SPORTS MEDICINE The strength and condioning program is an integral component of UCF’s 16-sport athlec family. The most visible sign of the Knights’ commitment in this area is an 11,200-square foot weight room located in the middle of the Wayne Densch Sports Center. The state-of-the-art facility contains the finest free weight and machine equipment, cardio equipment and treadmills. UCF also houses a weight room in The Venue, which is ulized by the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. Five cerfied strength and condioning coaches monitor the progress of UCF’s student-athletes. The UCF sports medicine facilies are fully equipped with the most up to date technology, including a SwimEx aquac therapy pool, used to aid in advanced rehabilitaon of the elite student-athlete. The main athlec training room is located in the Wayne Densch Sports Center with addional locaons at The Venue, Jay Bergman Field, the UCF Soball Complex and the brand-new UCF Intercollegiate Rowing Center. The sports medicine staff consists of six fullme athlec trainers, seven graduate assistant athlec trainers and approximately 60 undergraduate athlec training students. SwimEx resistance pools

offer a complete isokinec aquac therapy system - pung rehabilitaon programs into a new league. Starng with 0 to 30,000 gallons per minute water flow, paents in inial stages of rehab can begin aquac therapy sooner due to the buoyancy of water. Aquac therapy treatment can extend into a full range of training and condioning.

SWIMEX THERAPY


WELCOME TO ORLANDO UCF students have easy access to one of the world’s most vibrant cies – Orlando. Looking for theme parks, aracons, museums, world-class shopping, great restaurants, golf courses, jogging trails and nature preserves? You can find it all here in Orlando. Orlando is one of the most popular vacaon desnaons in the world. In 2007, 48.8 million visitors traveled to the region. Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando and Sea World are just a short drive away from the UCF campus. The Kennedy Space Center, state parks and sandy beaches off the coast of the Atlanc Ocean are also all nearby. Orlando is a frequent desnaon for today’s top naonal musical acts, who visit popular venues like Hard Rock Live at Universal’s CityWalk and House of Blues, which is located at Downtown Disney. The city’s world-renowned theme parks have added a variety of new entertainment experiences, including Disney’s Cirque de Soleil and Universal’s Blue Man Group performances. Beyond the theme parks, downtown Orlando features an ever-changing skyline, fine dining opons and a newly developed arts district. Cultural desnaons in the city include the Orlando Museum of Art, the Orange County Regional History Center and Lake Eola Park.

SUNSHINE STATE One of the area’s biggest aracons is its yearround mild weather. At the heart of the Sunshine State, the region’s average annual temperature is a comfortable 72.4 degrees.


ORLANDO SPORTING OPTIONS With top-notch events occurring year round, Orlando is a premier desnaon for sports fans. The region is home to professional franchises, college football bowl games, world-famous auto races, several professional golf tournaments and much more. The Orlando Magic of the Naonal Basketball Associaon brought excitement to the city last season with a tremendous run to the NBA Finals. The Magic will open the 2010-11 season in a new arena in downtown Oralndo. The region’s sports calendar is busy with baseball each spring as Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex hosts the Atlanta Braves for Major League Baseball spring training. The Houston Astros train in nearby Kissimmee and the Washington Naonals prepare for the regular season close to UCF in Viera. The Florida Citrus Bowl, the former home of UCF football, hosts a pair of college bowl games each winter - the Champs Sports Bowl and the CapitalOne Bowl. The stadium has also been the site of World Cup and Olympic soccer contests. In 2006, the World Baseball Classic held part of its inaugural event in Orlando.

HOMETOWN PRIDE In addion to UCF athlecs events, the region also features the most prominent NASCAR race, the Daytona 500. Several other NASCAR races, PGA Tour golf tournaments and numerous acon sports championships are also held in Central Florida.


C-USA CHAMPIONS Emma Cannon’s 16 points and 15 rebounds led the UCF women’s basketball team past Southern Miss in overme, 65-54, to claim the 2009 Conference USA Women’s Basketball Championship.

CONFERENCE USA Conference USA features 12 naonally prominent, tradion-rich members in East Carolina, Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP, along with soccer affiliate Colorado College. All C-USA instuons sponsor football, along with several other men’s and women’s athlec programs, many which compete regularly for NCAA Championships. C-USA sponsors compeon in 19 sports – nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 10 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The conference’s footprint is concentrated with 12 members in nine states and a combined area populaon of nearly 17 million. Along with the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and SEC, C-USA is one of the seven conferences having significant representaon in the NCAA governance structure. C-USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the naon’s top conferences. The league’s charter members included Charloe, Cincinna, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquee, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and aer nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Brion Banowsky was named commissioner in 2002. Aer celebrang is 10th anniversary during the 2004-05 season, C-USA began a new chapter the following year when its current membership came together to form the new look of the league.

C-USA CHAMPIONS Behind the play of junior Simon Ward and freshman Blayne Barber, the UCF men’s golf team claimed the 2009 Conference USA Championship at the RedTail Golf Club. The league tournament championship was the first for the Knights.


WOMEN’S SOCCER

2009 UCF WOMEN’S SOCCER 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 32

Name Caroline Bond Lynzee Lee Aline Reis Courtney Whidden Yvonne George Becca Thomas Brianna Schooley Amanda Martorana Chloe Stokes Lauren Halbert Andrea Rodrigues Heather Dooley Paige Goodwin Emily Maynard Kim Newsome Kae Jackson Amaka Ofuani Nikki Moore Amy Carhart Kacie Horner Stacie Hubbard Stacy Kadell Chrisna Petrucco Nicolee Radovcic Tiia Tikkanen Marleigh Howard Tishia Jewell Alex Brandt Jusne Quick Bianca Joswiak Kristen Poulton

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

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

Year Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Last School Hunngton, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Kailspell, Mont./University of Utah Campinas, Brazil/Anglo Campinas Palm Harbor, Fla./Palm Harbor University HS Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs Burlington, Wash./Home Schooled Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas Middleburg, Fla./St. John’s Country Day Hobe Sound, Fla./Jensen Beach Niceville, Fla./Niceville St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Pembroke Pines, Fla./American Heritage Tampa, Fla./Tampa Prep Chicago, Ill./University of Maryland Apopka, Fla./Polk CC Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite Tallahassee, Fla./Armstrong Atlanc State University Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate School Manalapan, N.J./Manalapan Franklin, Tenn./Franklin Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin Upper Saddle River, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional Plantaon, Fla./American Heritage Rockaway, N.J./Morris Knolls Naantali, Finland/Aurajoki Niceville, Fla./Niceville Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite Mechanicsburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Area Fleming Island, Fla./St. John’s Country Day Berlin, Germany Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas

Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell (Virginia, ’92) – 11th Season at UCF Associate Head Coach: Colby Hale (Oral Roberts, ’99) – Seventh Season at UCF Assistant Coach: Donna Fishter (Anderson, ’95) – 10th Season at UCF Volunteer Assistant Coach: Michelle Akers (UCF, ’89) – 11th Season at UCF Athlec Trainer: Leah Schoen Strength & Condioning: TBA Equipment Manager: John Whiord Academic Advisor: Sarah Hill

TABLE OF CONTENTS This is UCF Soccer ............................ 1 A History of Champions ................ 2-3 UCF Soccer Complex ........................ 4 In the UCF Hall of Fame ................... 5 Class Snapshots ............................... 6 The Opportunity of a Lifeme ...... 7-8 Campus Life ..................................... 9 Dr. John C. Hi, President .............. 10 Keith R. Tribble, Director of Athlecs .. 11 Academic Excellence ..................... 12 Towers at Knights Plaza ................. 13 Athlecs Facilies .......................... 14 Strength & Condioning/ Sports Medicine ........................ 15 Welcome to Orlando ..................... 16 Orlando Sporng Opons.............. 17 Conference USA............................. 18 2009 Roster ................................... 19 Season Preview ............................. 20 Head Coach Amanda Cromwell ..... 21 Associate Head Coach Colby Hale .. 22 Assistant Coach Donna Fishter ...... 23 Assistant Coach Michelle Akers ..... 23 Player Bios ................................ 24-32 (Historical stats, records and awards available at UCFAthlecs.com)

PRONUNCIATIONS Yvonne George .................... yuh-VON Tishia Jewell........................... TIH-sha Emily Maynard....................MAY-nerd Amaka Ofuani .................................... ................. ah-MOCK-ah oh-FWAN-ee Chrisna Petrucco .........pah-TRUE-ko Nicolee Radovcic ...ra-DOHV-cheech Aline Reis ................. ah-LIN-ee RAY-is Chloe Stokes ........................... CLO-ee Tiia Tikkanen.........TEE-ah TEE-ka-nen

UCF QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Locaon ....................................... Orlando, Fla. 32816 Founded ..............................................................1963 Enrollment ........................................................50,254 Nickname ........................................................ Knights Colors ..................................................... Black & Gold Home Facility (Cap.) ...... UCF Soccer Complex (1,000) Affiliaon ............................................ NCAA Division I Conference .......................................Conference USA President ............................................. Dr. John C. Hi Director of Athlecs ........................... Keith R. Tribble Associate AD/SWA ..................................... Jessica Reo NCAA Faculty Representave ...Dr. Consuelo Stebbins Athlecs Department Phone .............. (407) 823-3213 Ticket Office Phone.............................(407) UCF-1000 Official Athlecs Website ...... www.UCFAthlecs.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach .......... Amanda Cromwell (Virginia/1992) Record at UCF (Years) .......................... 141-63-14 (10) Overall Record (Years) ......................... 161-78-15 (12) Associate Head Coach ... Colby Hale (Oral Roberts/1997) Season at UCF .................................................Seventh Hale Office Phone ............................... (407) 823-5819 Assistant Coach/GK......... Donna Fishter (Anderson/1995) Season at UCF ...................................................... 10th Fishter Office Phone ........................... (407) 823-6611 2008 Overall Record/C-USA ........... 14-6-3/7-2-2 Third Starters Returning/Lost ......................................... 8/3 Leerwinners Returning/Lost ............................. 17/6

SOCCER HISTORY First Season .........................................................1981 All-Time Record .............................. 327-148-38 (.674) NCAA Division I Tournament Appearances..............13 Last NCAA Postseason Year/Results ....................2008 ................................................ First Round def. Miami .......................................Second Round lost to Florida ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Assistant SID/Women’s Soccer ........... Brian Ormiston Office Phone ....................................... (407) 823-2409 Cell Phone .......................................... (407) 920-1233 E-Mail ........................... bormiston@athlecs.ucf.edu

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SE ASON P RE V IE W Almost as soon as UCF closed its 2008 season in the NCAA Tournament, the Knights started geng excited about what was in store for 2009. The Black and Gold easily has one of the most entertaining schedules in the country, return the majority of its starters and welcome another solid recruing class into the mix.

level early on. Last year we started at Florida State and Florida, we lost vs. FSU and turned around and beat Florida five days later. We showed that we had the will to win, and it was fun to rebound like that. For non-conference, we can’t have peaks and valleys. We have to be on the rise constantly.

With a lot to look forward to, head coach Amanda Cromwell opens her 11th year with the Knights and provides some insight on the 2009 campaign.

There are a lot of newcomers, and with most starters returning, the only glaring vacancy from the 2008 forwards was the departure of Danielle dos Santos. Who could break through the lineup right away to fill that gap? We have a lot of players coming in that could contribute to the aack, especially our two internaonals. Tiia Tikkanen is a pure forward from Finland, and Bianca Joswiak from Germany is a lile more versale, she can be in the aack but played everywhere for the German U-20s. Other incomers who will compete to be in the aacking lineup are Tishia Jewell, Amy Carhart, Nicolee Radovcic and Chloe Stokes. From the returning players, Kacie Horner and Amanda Martorana have been geng fit and healthy so they could see some more me up front. We have a core group of very talented aackers who bring different strengths and will fill that role by scoring goals and geng assists.

CROMWELL Q&A What is the first thing you think of when you start talking about the upcoming season? The first thing I think of is our extremely hard schedule. Non-conference we have the defending naonal champion North Carolina, Duke, FSU, South Florida, LSU, South Carolina, FGCU and FIU. There are a lot of quality teams there and the strength of Conference USA from top to boom is growing tremendously. It will be even more cuhroat this season because there will be only six teams going to the conference tournament (instead of eight). There is a lot at stake each game, especially since the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the standings get a bye going into the tournament. Everyone is going to be fighng to get into the postseason along with trying to finish in the top two. Since the schedule never seems to let up, will it be difficult for your players to stay at their highest level from August all of the way to the postseason? We definitely don’t want to peak too early in the season but we need to be playing well in August. Early on every team goes through some growing pains and figures out where their rookies fit in. Most teams aren’t playing their best yet in August and September, so we want to capitalize on that. Somemes you can catch teams early that aren’t quite seled yet. Our focus in our preseason is to get things seled, like our formaon, expectaons, what the players’ roles are going to be, so going forward we can play at a high

Only one starter is lost from the midfield (Hanna Wilde) and back (Sarah de Leon) as well, but so much returns. Who might be some of the players that we will see more of this season? Emily Maynard, Amaka Ofuani, Chrisna Petrucco, Lauren Halbert and Nikki Moore are the returners who will be seeing a lot of minutes in the back but we have tough and talented rookies Kim Newsome and Stacy Kadell joining us and they will fight for a spot as well. Andrea Rodrigues played with the U-20 Brazilian Team at le back so that will be a posion she fights for, Carhart could be a dangerous aacking outside back and center back opons are Jusne Quick and Kristen Poulton.

Halbert will also play in the defensive-mid along with ball-winner Stacie Hubbard. Our mainstays in midfield are Becca Thomas, our workhorse, Kae Jackson and Brianna Schooley. Martorana is a speedy outside-midfield opon and rookie Marleigh Howard is a skillful player who can send in a great cross. Other newcomers who will compete for me in the aacking midfield are skillful playmakers Alex Brandt and Stokes. Goalkeeper Aline Reis is coming off an All-America season. It’s hard to achieve that two years in a row, so how do you think she will respond as a sophomore? Considering Aline was in Brazil’s full naonal team camp this summer, we have no doubt that she will be ready to repeat her All-American performance. Her consistency in college is going to help her get a spot on the Brazilian team and I think she knows that. Lynzee Lee, though, was in goal all spring and played extremely well and she is one of our fiest players who has been working hard to get ready for 2009. We are very lucky to have two high level goalkeepers and they both know they have to be ready when called upon.

Nikki Moore has been selected to an AllC-USA postseason team all three years.

THE OPPONENTS Florida Gulf Coast Eagles

Florida State Seminoles

East Carolina Pirates

Aug. 21 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 10-4-3

Sept. 10 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 17-3-3 Postseason: Elite Eight

Oct. 4 - Greenville, N.C. 2008 Record: 14-4-4, 7-0-4

Aug. 28 - Chapel Hill, N.C. 2008 Record: 25-1-2 Postseason: Naonal Champions

USF Bulls

Oct. 9 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 13-7-1, 6-4-1

Duke Blue Devils

South Carolina Gamecocks

North Carolina Tar Heels

Sept. 13 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 7-8-3

Aug. 30 - Chapel Hill, N.C. 2008 Record: 15-6-3 Postseason: Elite Eight

Sept. 18 - Columbia, S.C. 2008 Record: 11-7-4 Postseason: First Round

LSU Tigers

UAB Blazers

UTEP Miners Colorado College Tigers Oct. 11 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 13-7-2, 6-4-1

Rice Owls Oct. 16 - Houston, Texas 2008 Record: 10-9-0, 6-5-0

Sept. 4 - Tampa, Fla. 2008 Record: 14-4-2 Postseason: First Round

Sept. 25 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 7-11-2, 5-4-2

FIU Golden Panthers

Sept. 27 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 15-5-2, 8-2-1 Postseason: First Round

SMU Mustangs

Marshall Thundering Herd

Tulsa Golden Hurricane

Oct. 2 - Hunngton, W.Va. 2008 Record: 5-10-4, 3-8-0

Oct. 25 - Tulsa, Okla. 2008 Record: 8-9-3, 3-6-2

Sept. 6 - Tampa, Fla. 2008 Record: 4-12-3

Memphis Tigers

Houston Cougars Oct. 18 - Houston, Texas 2008 Record: 7-10-1, 3-7-1 Oct. 23 - Dallas, Texas 2008 Record: 6-13-1, 4-7-0

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Oct. 30 - Orlando, Fla. 2008 Record: 5-13-1, 1-10-0


AMANDA CROMWELL

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Head coach - 11th season with the Knights It is very difficult to describe the UCF women’s soccer program in one sentence. With head coach Amanda Cromwell connuously pung the Knights on the naonal stage, one needs to use terms such as NCAA Tournaments, conference championships, top-25 rankings and All-Americans just to get a start on what this program is all about. Team Success Since taking over the helm of UCF women’s soccer in 1999, Cromwell has guided her team to a 141-63-14 record, seven NCAA Tournaments, four Atlanc Sun Tournament championships and two Conference USA regular-season tles. The Knights have capped off the last eight seasons ranked among the top squads in the Southeast Region by SoccerBuzz.com, including a No. 7 ranking in 2003 and 2004 and a No. 9 ranking in 2007. In 2008 alone, UCF spent seven weeks in the naonal polls and achieved its highest Southeast Region ranking in program history when it was fih in October. Individual Honors In addion 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 64 allconference honors and 24 Naonal Soccer Coaches Associaon of America (NSCAA) All-Region selecons. In 2008, she helped Aline Reis develop into UCF’s first 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 A-Sun Freshman of the Year and Michelle Anderson earned 2001 A-Sun Player of the Year recognion. In the classroom, Cromwell’s student-athletes have collected 203 conference academic awards. In 2005, Baines received ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America honors and the C-USA Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete Award. Dos Santos later would become the sixth player in UCF history to earn NSCAA/adidas Women’s Collegiate Scholar All-America honors in 2008, joining former Cromwell protégés Baines, Jennifer Manis, Jackie VanLooven and Allison Blagriff.

Individually, Jennifer Manis, Hanna Wilde and Moore all earned a spot on the 2007 All-C-USA First Team, and Manis and Kate Begley were on the C-USA All-Academic Team. During its sophomore campaign in C-USA in 2006, UCF posted a record of 11-6-2, including wins over No. 9 Rice and No. 15 SMU. Five Knights were named to the all-conference teams as Roberta Pelarigo and Becca Thomas grabbed first-team honors and goalkeeper Jennifer Manis received a spot on the C-USA All-Academic 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 mark and an 8-1 record in conference play to earn a share of the regular season championship. The season also marked a milestone in Cromwell’s career with the Black and Gold as she won her 100th match as the Knights’ mentor, taking a 2-1 win against Houston on Oct. 30. During the team’s final year in the Atlanc 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 before falling to Boston College, 2-1, in the second round. Cromwell led UCF to a 16-5-1 record in 2003 as the team won the A-Sun Tournament crown for the third-consecuve season. The Black and Gold advanced to the NCAA Tournament, where Florida topped the Knights, 3-2, in double overme 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. Aer defending both the A-Sun regular season and tournament tles, UCF returned to the NCAA postseason for the second-consecuve year. 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 me 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. Aer a 7-5 start in 1999, UCF rebounded with a 10game 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 naonal crown. They finished the year with a 16-61 overall record and an 8-0-1 conference mark.

Cromwell helped Team USA claim the U-20 FIFA World Cup in 2008.

Year-By-Year Highlights Cromwell and the Knights put together a grueling schedule for 2008, and the results did not disappoint. UCF completed the year at 14-6-3, 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 it secure an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament, where it topped Miami to reach at least the second round for the eighth me in school history. UCF finished 2008 by ranking first in All-C-USA Team selecons, with Becca Thomas and Nikki Moore leading the way as members of the first team. The 2007 season gave the Knights yet another ring, as the Knights claimed a share of the C-USA regular-season tle and finished 15-4-4. 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 naonal rankings.

Cromwell Prior to UCF A nave of Annandale, Va., Cromwell led the Annandale High School team to a state championship and earned NSCAA All-America honors. The school rered her jersey aer she graduated.

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. Represenng 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 connues 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’ Naonal 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 Naonal 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 Naonal Team as an assistant coach as it prepared for the Algarve Cup in Portugal. In 2002-06, Cromwell was appointed to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports as part of President George W. Bush’s Healthier U.S. Iniave. The council is charged with promong fitness and acvies to Americans of all ages. She was also selected for the Athletes in Acon Women’s Advisory Board, a commiee whose goal it is to idenfy and equip potenal leaders in women’s sports. Cromwell holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Virginia. She resides in Winter Park.

Cromwell connued 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 selecons and four All-Atlanc Coast conference awards. She earned Soccer America’s MVP award twice, captured three all-south region selecons and was a finalist for the Hermann Trophy. 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. She is currently ed for fourth on the Cavaliers’ career goals list (35) and seventh on the career scoring list (84 points). Following her standout career in Charloesville, Cromwell connued 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 Atlanta aer coming back from a serious knee injury. She earned 55 caps while represenng 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 Associaon (WUSA). She began her career

THE CROMWELL FILE Born: June 15, 1970 - Resides: Winter Park Educaon: University of Virginia, 1992, B.A. in biology Coaching Career: UCF, Head Coach, 1999-Present University of Maryland-Balmore County, Head Coach, 1996-98 University of Virginia, Assistant Coach, 1992-94 Playing Career: San Jose CyberRays, 2003 Maryland Pride, 1997 Atlanta Beat, 2002 Hammarby IF, Sweden, 1994 Washington Freedom, 2001 U.S. Naonal Team, 1991-98 Charloe Eagles, 2000 Virginia, 1988-92 Tampa Bay Extreme, 1998

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COLBY HALE Associate head coach - Seventh season with the Knights Colby Hale has evolved into one of the premier assistant coaches in the country. In his seventh year with UCF and his third as an associate head coach, Hale serves as the program’s recruing coordinator while his on-field responsibilies include coaching the Knights’ aack. The UCF offense has scored 270 goals during his six-year tenure, and was ranked among the top 25 scoring offenses for two-consecuve seasons. It also placed 35th in the country in 2007 by amassing 46 goals. Hale has guided 18 offensive players to all-conference honors, while 14 received all-region recognion. Meanwhile, Hale’s recruing classes have also garnered naonal aenon. In 2006, UCF’s incoming class was listed at 24th by SoccerBuzz.com, the program’s highest naonal ranking. The Knights were also ranked among the top 75 in 2004 and 2005. Prior to the 2007 cam-

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paign, Hale witnessed UCF claim the top recruing spot in C-USA and was ranked 39th in the naon. Over the past six years, Hale’s recruits have earned four conference player of the year awards, 39 allconference honors and 24 all-region disncons, while Aline Reis was named an NSCAA All-American in 2008. During Hale’s first two seasons at UCF, the Knights won Atlanc Sun Championship tles 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-Connent Conference regular season tles 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 Born: Aug. 8, 1976 - Resides: Orlando Educaon: 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 FIS HT E R

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Assistant coach - 10th season with the Knights UCF has always been known for its dynamic and impressive goalkeepers. And in her 10th season as an assistant coach, Donna Fishter connues to lead the way in net. Since Fishter arrived in Orlando for the 2000 campaign, the Knights have posted 77 total shutouts and a 1.13 goals-against-average. 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-Atlanc Sun Conference honors in 2002 and finished her career with 19.8 shutouts, good for fih all-me at UCF. Aer posng 1.07 overall GAA and four shutouts, Manis was named Second-Team All-Conference USA and earned a spot on the Naonal Soccer Coaches Associaon 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 CUSA Defensive Player of the Year and an NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-American. During 2008, Fishter mentored redshirt

freshman into becoming UCF’s first starng freshman keeper since 1995, as Reis went on to post six shutouts and 107 saves, the fih-most 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. In addion to her dues with the keepers, Fishter provides the team with leadership training throughout the year. A 1995 graduate from Anderson University in Indiana with a degree in graphic design and communicaons, Fishter started in goal for the Ravens from 1992-94. Upon graduaon, she joined the coaching staff at her alma mater. Fishter spent three years playing in the United Soccer Leagues women’s division. She started her career with the Indiana Blaze in 1997. Aer moving to Florida, Fishter spent me with the Orlando Ladyhawks and the Tampa Bay Extreme. Aer a one-year snt 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 organizaon dedicated to leading and training generaons to connuously pursue the abundant life in Christ. Over the last six years, she has traveled throughout the country delivering the organizaon’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 administraon and operaon of the Central Florida Soccer Academy each summer.

THE FISHTER FILE Resides: Orlando with her jack russel terrier/ schnauzer named Condi Educaon: Anderson University, 1995, B.A. in graphic design and communicaons. 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

MICHELLE AKERS Volunteer assistant coach - 11th season with the Knights A UCF alumnus and one of the greatest soccer players of all-me, Michelle Akers is entering her 10th year as a volunteer assistant coach with the Knights. Akers spent 15 years with the U.S. Naonal Team and was named FIFA’s Female Player of the Century in 2002. The second all-me leading goal scorer in UCF history, Akers played with the Knights from 1984-88 and

was a four-me All-America selecon. In 1987, she guided UCF to the NCAA College Cup. A year later, she won the inaugural Hermann Trophy, given to the top player in the naon. Akers finished her collegiate career with 52 goals, 30 assists and a school-best 134 total points. She was inducted into the UCF Athlecs Hall of Fame in 1998. Akers played on the first U.S. Women’s Naonal Team in 1985 and scored the first goal in the history of the program. In the inaugural FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1991, she scored a tournament-high 10 goals, including five in one game. She guided her country to a win over Norway in the championship match, scoring two goals, and took home the tournament’s Golden Boot for the most goals.

Akers was awarded the FIFA Order of Merit in 1998 for her contribuons to the game of soccer. She rered in 2000 and finished her naonal team career with 105 goals and 37 assists in 153 contests. Along with Mia Hamm, Akers was one of only two women named to the FIFA 100, a list of the 100 greatest living soccer players, in 2004. That same year, she was inducted into the U.S. Naonal Soccer Hall of Fame.

Akers also was a member of the U.S. Women’s World Cup squad in 1999, which also won the tle. In 1996, she won a gold medal with the U.S. team at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Ga. Michelle Akers played a dynamic role for the United States’ 1999 World Cup victory. 23


UCF KNIGHTS

YVONNE GEORGE Sr. - 5-9 - F - Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs 2008 - Named to the All-C-USA Second Team - Led the Knights and ranked fourth in C-USA with seven assists - Chipped in five goals for a total of 17 points, which ed for 11th in C-USA - Ripped off 43 shots with 17 of them on goal in 20 starts and 23 games played - Selected as the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week by scoring the game-winner in the 84th minute to defeat No. 19 Florida, and also added an assist in 1-0 victory over Harord - Collected a season-high two helpers against Marshall, as well as five points on two goals and an assist vs. Houston - Registered a goal against No. 21 Kansas and the game-winner at Southern Miss - Also earned assists against UC Davis, No. 17 Illinois and East Carolina

2007 - Voted onto the All-C-USA Second Team, as well as the Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Second Team and the NSCAA All-Southeast Second Team - Second on the team with eight goals and 21 points, and also collected five assists and three game-winners in 22 matches - Tied for sixth in C-USA in points and ninth in assists - Registered an assist in the opener vs. Minnesota en route to earning a spot on the

CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/GS 8/0 22/22 23/20 53/42

G 0 8 5 13

A 0 5 7 12

PTS 0 21 17 38

SH 2 44 43 89

SOG 0 23 17 40

GWG 0 3 2 5

GTG 0 0 0 0

#3

Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team - Named the UCF Invitaonal Tournament MVP and the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week aer posng a goal and an assist against UNLV and UC Davis - Had a point in six-straight games, including hitng the back of the net on five-straight occasions, from Sept. 19-Oct. 12 - Had a three-point affair vs. Loyola and Tulsa, while connecng for the game-winner against Marshall and East Carolina - Scored twice in a win over UTEP

2006 - Saw limited acon in eight matches due to injury - Recorded two shots, both against Conference USA opponents

Prior to UCF - A four-year leerwinner at Winter Springs High School - Named first team all-conference and all-county - A member of the Michelle Akers Classic All-Tournament Team - Played with the Florida ODP State Team - Selected Orlando Sennel Athlete of the Week in December 2005 - Also ran track at WSHS - Was a state finalist in long jump and triple jump

Personal - Daughter of Kenneth and Giovanna George - Sister Stacey played for the Knights from 2004-06 - Majoring in interdisciplinary studies

LYNZEE LEE Sr. - 5-7 - GK - Kailspell, Mont./University of Utah

# 00

2008

Prior to UCF

- Earned one start in three games played - Finished with four saves and just one goal against - Made one save in 33:53 vs. Marshall, and another in 5:24 against Houston - Got the start at Southern Miss, stopping two shots before leaving for an injury

- Served as Utah’s starng keeper in 2007, going 11-4-4 with five shutouts - In two years at Utah, posted a 1.31 GAA and 83 saves - Played senior year at Alta High School in Utah, leading the team to the 2004 state tle - Also suited up for Montana’s Flathead High School - Was an all-state selecon final three high school seasons - Member of the FC Bozeman club team in Montana from 2002-03 and the Celc Storm in Utah in 2004 - Guided each squad to their respecve state cup tles

C A REER STA TS

* - University of Utah

Year G/GS W-L-T MIN GA 2006* 6/1 1-0-0 139:15 0 2007* 20/18 11-4-4 1857:16 29 2008 3/1 0-0-0 74:06 1 Totals 29/20 12-4-4 2070:37 30

GAA 0.00 1.41 1.21 1.30

SV 7 76 4 87

SV% 1.000 .724 .800 .744

SO 1 5 0 6

Personal - Daughter of Sco and Kelly Lee - Major is interdisciplinary studies - focusing on sociology, mass comm and art

EMI LY M A Y N A RD Sr. - 5-3 - D/M - Chicago, Ill./University of Maryland Prior to UCF

- Completed the season in UCF’s top-five in minutes played with 1,811, helping the defense collect eight shutouts - Split me as a midfielder and a defender during the year - Scored one goal while taking 24 shots, eight on net - Played all 110 minutes against UC Davis, taking two shots - Amassed four aempts, scoring in the 32nd minute in a victory over Marshall - Took three shots against East Carolina and Rice - Competed in all 90 minutes of both games of the C-USA Championship, as well as the NCAA Tournament win over Miami

- Spent two years at the University of Maryland, recording three goals and three assists in 30 games - Made 10 starts and had two game-winners, one vs. No. 10 Tennessee and the second vs. No. 11 Virginia, as a freshman - Selected to Soccer America’s Team of the Week for her performance against Tennessee - Was the 2004 and 2005 Independent Schools Player of the Year and set The Lan School of Chicago record with 66 career assists - Credited with the fastest goal in Illinois history by scoring 12 seconds into a match - Helped Eclipse Select club team to the 2004 and 2005 U.S. Youth Soccer Associaon naonal tles - Spent five years as a member of the Region II ODP

C A R EER STATS

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#13

2008

Year 2006* 2007* 2008 Totals

G/GS 16/2 14/10 23/20 53/32

G 0 3 1 4

A 1 2 0 3

* - University of Maryland

PTS 1 8 2 11

SH 14 22 24 60

SOG 3 --8 ---

GWG 0 2 0 2

GTG ----0 ---

Personal - Daughter of Dudley and Anne Maynard - An interdisciplinary studies major


WOMEN’S SOCCER

NIKKI MOORE

#17

Sr. - 5-3 - D - Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate 2008 - Voted onto the Preseason All-C-USA Team, and finished the year by being selected to the All-C-USA First Team and the NSCAA All-Southeast Region Team - Also named to the Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Second Team - Served as one of just two players to make a start in all 23 games, pung in 1,824 minutes of me - Logged over 100 minutes twice, the first against UC Davis and the second vs. Rice - Helped the defense collect eight shutouts - Added two assists and placed two of four overall shots on goal - Picked up a helper in a 2-1 win over Illinois State - Earned another assist at Southern Miss

2007 - Selected to the All-C-USA First Team and to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region Second Team - Made 22 starts in 23 matches, playing in 1,756 minutes - Scored once and added six goals for eight points - Tied for fourth in C-USA in assists - Notched an important assist in a 2-1 win over UNLV - Hit the back of the net and tallied a helper for a three-point affair at Mississippi State - Played all 110 minutes against Miami and No. 11 Florida State - Earned an assist in the e with the Seminoles - Also recorded assists against Tulsa, UTEP and East Carolina in the C-USA quarterfinals - Worked at least 90 minutes in both NCAA Tournament games

2006 - Played in all 19 games while making 18 starts - Selected to the All-Conference USA Second Team and the C-USA All-Freshman Team - Earned All-Southeast Region Freshman Team and Third Team honors from SoccerBuzz.com - Named to the C-USA Commisioner’s Honor Roll

- Anchored the UCF defense that recorded shutouts of Florida Atlanc, Fresno State, No. 9 Rice, UAB and Marshall - Recorded first collegiate point on an assist on Hanna Wilde’s opening goal at Houston - Registered three shots, two on goal

Prior to UCF - A six-year leerwinner at Cape Henry Collegiate School - Ranked among the top 50 recruits by SoccerBuzz.com - Received All-America status from the NSCAA - Earned first-team all-conference honors all four years - Twice named All-Tidewater, including first-team honors in 2005 - Selected varsity MVP 2002 and 2003 - Team was state champions in 2002 and 2004 and state runner-up in 2003 and 2005 - A member of Beach FC Frye club soccer team, which advanced to the Jefferson Cup semifinals in 2003 and 2004 - A member of the U17 Naonal Pool - Traveled to Brazil with the Region I ODP team

Personal - Daughter of Max and Patricia Moore - Majoring in polical science

CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/GS 19/18 23/22 23/23 65/63

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 6 2 9

PTS 1 8 2 11

SH 3 6 4 13

SOG 2 4 2 8

GWG 0 0 0 0

GTG 0 0 0 0

AMAKA OFUANI Sr. - 5-6 - D - Tallahassee, Fla./Armstrong Atlanc State Univ. 2008 - One of only two Knights to start all 23 matches, leading the enre team with 2,146 minutes played - Helped guide the defense to eight shutouts - Competed in every minute of UCF’s first nine games of the season, logged 73 minutes at Memphis, then finished the year by never sing on the bench the rest of 2008 - Notched a point by assisng on a goal at UAB

2007 - Played in all but one match for the Knights, taking three shots in 642 minutes - Saw at least 20 minutes of acon 14 games during the year

C A REER STATS Year G/GS 2006* 23/8 2007 22/1 2008 23/23 Totals 68/32

G 10 0 0 10

A 3 0 1 4

* - Armstrong Atlanc State University

PTS 23 0 1 24

SH 49 3 0 52

SOG 25 1 0 26

GWG 3 0 0 3

GTG 0 0 0 0

#16

- Posted a shot against Minnesota, Miami and East Carolina - Made the start and played a season-high 90 minutes in the C-USA tle game vs. Memphis

Prior to UCF - Transferd to UCF aer playing one year at Armstrong Atlanc State University, a Division II school located in Savannah, Ga. - Averaged a point per game in 2006, scoring 10 goals and adding three assists for 23 points in 23 matches - Earned All-Peach Belt At-Large honors for her performance - Prior to aending AASU, was a four-me leerwinner for Lincoln High School, where she held the school record for most career goals with 70 - Also set the record for goals in a game with seven - Served as team captain as a senior - Selected as All-Big Bend by the Tallahassee Daily Democrat all four years

Personal - Daughter of Sharon and Reginald Ofuani - Majoring in Spanish

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UCF KNIGHTS

BRIANNA SCHOOLEY

#5

Sr. - 5-9 - M - Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas 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 e 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

2006 - Played in all 19 matches, starng four - Earned a spot on the C-USA Commisioner’s Honor Roll - Scored three goals for six points - Fih on the team in shots with 26

- Recorded first collegiate goal against Florida Atlanc - Need 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 tle three mes - Received All-America recognion from both EA Sports and the Naonal Soccer Coaches Associaon of America (NSCAA) - Also selected Florida Player of the Year by the NSCAA - Named Miss Soccer by Florida Dairy Farmers Associaon - Claimed first-team all-state honors for three years - Twice named Sun-Sennel and Miami Herald Player of the Year - A five-me club state champion, regional champion and U16 naonal final four - Also played for the Florida State and Region III ODP team pool teams

Personal - Daughter of Nick and Donna Schooley

CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/GS 19/4 22/14 23/14 64/32

G 3 6 2 11

A 0 3 6 9

PTS 6 15 10 31

SH 26 33 41 100

SOG 15 14 15 44

GWG 1 4 0 5

GTG 0 0 0 0

BECCA THOMAS Sr. - 5-7 - M - Burlington, Wash./Home Schooled 2008 - An All-C-USA First Team, NSCAA All-Southeast Region Second Team and Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Third Team selecon aer recording five goals and six assists for 16 points - Also placed fourth in the league with three game-winners and fih by taking 55 shots - Put 25 of those 55 shots on goal in 22 starts and 23 games played - Led all UCF midfielders and forwards with 1,848 minutes played - Notched back-to-back game-winners in 1-0 victories over Harord and Pacific - Scored in her third-straight game in a e vs. UC Davis - Picked up a goal against No. 21 Kansas - Earned two assists in wins over Colorado College and Houston - Had a three-point night on the game-winning goal and a helper in the C-USA Championship vs. Rice

2007 - Led Conference USA with 11 assists and ed for 10th with 19 points (4-11--19) - Finished with 23 shots in 21 matches - Added an assist in the opener vs. Minnesota - Picked up UCF Invitaonal All-Tournament Team honors aer connecng for the game-winner vs. UNLV and an assist against UC Davis - Completed the win over Mississippi State with a pair of assists - Scored once and assisted on another against Miami

CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

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G/GS 17/15 21/21 23/22 61/58

G 4 4 5 13

A 4 11 6 21

PTS 12 19 16 47

SH 41 48 55 144

SOG 19 23 25 67

GWG 1 1 3 5

GTG 0 0 0 0

#4

- Had a helper vs. No. 11 Florida State, UTEP and Memphis - Picked up two more assists against Southern Miss - Assisted on the lone goal in a 1-0 win over Rice in the C-USA semifinals - Recorded two goals in the 3-1 NCAA Tournament First Round win vs. Auburn

2006 - Played in 17 games, earning 15 starts - Selected to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team - Named to the C-USA Commisioner’s Honor Roll, and received the Academic Medal for having a GPA of at least a 3.75 - Second on the team in scoring with four goals and four assists for 12 points - Also second on the squad in shots with 41 - Registered her first assist on Hanna Wilde’s opening tally at Florida Internaonal - First collegiate goal came as the game-winner against UC Santa Barbara - Recorded two goals and an assist on the game-winner at Houston - Also scored against Memphis in the following match - Posted an assist at Southern Miss and against UAB

Prior to UCF - Played club soccer for FC Royals - Team won the state tle six mes - A 2004 ODP Naonal Champion and 2005 runner-up - A member of the U14 naonal pool and U15 naonal pool - Captured the naonal championship with the U16 state ODP team - Also played for the regional team in 2005

Personal - Daughter of Jeff and Darlys Thomas


WOMEN’S SOCCER

COURTNEY WHIDDEN

#2

Sr. - 5-7 - F - Palm Harbor, Fla./Palm Harbor University High 2008

2006

- Second on the team with six goals, and finished the season with 13 points - Ranked in a e for fourth in C-USA with three game-winners - Placed 13 of 22 shots on net, while playing in all 23 matches - Of the Knights who had at least 10 shots, her .591 shot-on-goal percentage led the enre team - First goal of the year helped UCF defeat Illinois State, 2-1 - Notched a pair of goals, including the game-winning tally, vs. Marshall - Picked up goals vs. Houston, Tulsa and Southern Miss - Added an assist during the regular season vs. Memphis

- Saw acon in 16 matches, starng seven - Fourth on the team in scoring with three goals and an assist for seven points - Five of her 11 shots were on net - Recorded a pair of goals at Marshall - Assisted on Brianna Schooley’s tally before scoring the game-winning goal in overme against No. 15 SMU

2007 - Led UCF with 13 goals, 28 points and five game-winners while starng all 23 matches - Tied for first in C-USA in goals scored, while ranking first in game-winners and second in points - Opened the year by scoring the game-winner vs. Minnesota - Earned UCF Invitaonal Offensive MVP honors by hing the back of the net vs. UNLV and UC Davis - Delivered a pair of goals, including the game-winner, at Mississippi State - Named the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week aer registering a goal vs. Miami and No. 11 Florida State - Picked up an assist vs. Marshall and East Carolina, while scoring a goal at Tulsa - Tallied game-winners vs. UTEP and Memphis - Scored twice in the C-USA quarterfinal win over East Carolina

Prior to UCF - A leerwinner at Palm Harbor University High School - Named 2005 Pinellas County Female Player of the Year by the St. Petersburg Times - A member of the Florida All-State First Team - Recorded 29 goals, making her the top goal scorer at Palm Harbor in 2005 - Team was state runner-up in 2005 - Also played for the Region III Premier League and Countryside Lightning

Personal - Daughter of Jim and Andrea Whidden - Majoring in educaon

CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G/GS 16/7 23/23 23/12 62/42

G 3 13 6 22

A 1 2 1 4

PTS 7 28 13 48

SH 11 38 22 71

SOG 5 22 13 40

GWG 1 5 3 9

GTG 0 1 0 1

LA U R E N HA L B E RT

#8

Jr. - 5-9 - D/M - Niceville, Fla./Niceville 2008 - Baled back from an early injury to play in 12 matches with one start - Although in a shortened season, sll 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 regulaon 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 cumulave GPA of 3.75 or beer - 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 e against Florida

Prior to UCF - A four-year leerwinner under coaches Michael Denton and Tim Brown at Niceville High School - Three-me first-team all-area and all-county

- Received the Golden Boot award three mes - Scored 31 goals and added eight assists, receiving all-state honorable menon 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 tle - Was a member of the Northwest Florida Force that captured the Orange Classic Championship in 2005 and 2006 - A starng 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 - Majoring in health sciences

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2007 18/0 2008 12/1 Totals 30/1

G 1 3 4

A 0 2 2

PTS 2 8 10

SH 9 7 16

SOG 4 4 8

GWG 0 2 2

GTG 0 1 1

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UCF KNIGHTS

KACIE HORNER

#19

Jr. - 5-6 - F - Franklin, Tenn./Franklin Prior to UCF

2008 - Sat out the month of September with an injury, but did see me 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 - 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

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2007 16/0 2008 11/0 Totals 27/0

G 1 0 1

A 1 0 1

PTS 3 0 3

SH 15 3 18

SOG 6 2 8

GWG 0 0 0

GTG 0 0 0

- Played four years for head coach Jimmy Burche at Franklin High School - Two-me 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 aer leading the team in scoring during sophomore campaign - A senior captain and need eight goals - Named all-mid-state that same year - Also played for the TNFC `89 Blue club team, which won five state tles - Was the state runner-up and a regional semi-finalist in 2006 - Captured the 2006 Premier League Champions - Inducted into the Naonal Honor Society - Named an Internaonal Baccalaureate Diploma candidate

Personal - Daughter of Stephen and Karen Horner - Majoring in science educaon - biology

AMANDA M A RT O RA N A

#6

Jr. - 5-4 - M/F - Middleburg, Fla./St. John’s Country Day 2008 - 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

2007 - 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

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2007 22/7 2008 17/0 Totals 39/7

G 1 4 5

A 4 0 4

PTS 6 8 14

SH 13 9 22

SOG 9 8 17

GWG 1 0 1

GTG 0 0 0

- Had two assists in the UCF Invitaonal - Posted a helper at Tulsa and SMU - Scored the game-winner against Auburn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

Prior to UCF - Played under head coach Mike Picke at St. John’s Country Day School - During her senior year, team claimed its secondstraight Florida 2A state tle, outscoring opponents 33-0 in the tournament - The program’s all-me 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 tle in the 100m and 200m in 2006

Personal - Daughter of Carmelo and Paula Martorana - Plans to major in pre-physcial therapy

CHR I STIN A P E T RU CC O

#22

Jr. - 5-9 - D - Plantaon, Fla./American Heritage 2008 - Started 18 of 19 matches at defender, guiding the Knights to eight shutouts - Registered 1,662 minutes of playing me, 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 overme - 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, posng 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 leerwinner 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 recognion from the Miami Herald and South Florida SunSennel three mes 28

- 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 naon by the Naonal Soccer Coaches Associaon 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 - Plans to major in forensic science

CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 Totals

G/GS 17/11 19/18 36/29

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 2 2

SH 3 5 8

SOG 1 2 3

GWG 0 1 1

GTG 0 0 0


WOMEN’S SOCCER

HE ATH E R D O O L E Y

#11

So. - 5-3 - F/M - Pembroke Pines, Fla./American Heritage 2008 - Saw me 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 Chrisna Petrucco - Scored 93 goals and added 71 assists during her career - Three-me all-state honoree, and led the team twice in scoring

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2008 3/0 Totals 3/0

G 0 0

A 1 1

PTS 1 1

SH 1 1

SOG 1 1

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0

- Named offensive player of the year in 2004 and 2005 - Earned second-team all-state recognion as a freshman before being selected first-team allstate as a sophomore and a junior - Received all-county honors from the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun-Sennel three consecuve seasons - AHHS squad won the state championship and was ranked No. 1 naonally by the Naonal Soccer Coaches Associaon 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 - Plans to major in sports management

STACIE HUBBARD

#20

So. - 5-7 - M/F - Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin 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 pung in 1,621 minutes of work - Finished with three assists and 15 total shots - Earned first collegiate point by seng 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 tle game - Played in the 2006 Florida Youth Soccer Associaon 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 tle 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 naonal championships

Personal - Daughter of Jeff and Karrie Hubbard - Plans to major in athlec training

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2008 23/16 Totals 23/16

G 0 0

A 3 3

PTS 3 3

SH 15 15

SOG 3 3

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0

KATIE JACKSON

#15

So. - 5-7 - M - Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite 2008 - Played in all 23 matches as a freshman, making eight starts and finishing with 1,012 minutes of acon - Totaled three goals and four assists for 10 points, which ranked in a e for fih 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

Prior to UCF - Two-me co-captain at Satellite High School - Selected as the 2007-08 Florida Gatorade Player of the Year

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2008 23/8 Totals 23/8

G 3 3

A 4 4

PTS 10 10

SH 16 16

SOG 5 5

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0

- Named an Orlando Sharks 2007-08 Annual Elite 11 Pro Prospect - Won Satellite’s Golden Boot Award, was an AllSpace 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 tle 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 Indialanc Force, finished in second in points in the Region III Premier League - Also parcipated with the Florida ODP 89’s from 2004-07

Personal - Daughter of Amy and Jeff Jackson - A biology major

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ALINE REIS

#1

So. - 5-3 - GK - Campinas, Brazil/Anglo Campinas Spent part of her 2009 summer as a keeper in the Brazil Naonal Team camp.

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 ed for fih 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

CAREER STATS Year G/GS W-L-T MIN GA 2008 22/21 13-6-3 2003:26 28 Totals 22/21 13-6-3 2003:26 28

GAA 1.26 1.26

SV 107 107

SV% .793 .793

SO 6 6

- 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-me All-Conference USA First-Team selecon Roberta Pelarigo

Personal - Daughter of Rubens Chagas Reis and Naara Crisna Villares - Majoring in sports and fitness

AND R E A RO D RIG U E S

#9

So. - 5-6 - M - St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Parcipated in Brazil’s Under-19 Naonal Team Camp over the summer.

2008 - Saw me 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

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 - Need 82 goals and had 87 assists during her high school career

- Was an Internaonal Baccalaureate student - Selected to the Florida “A” Team ODP from 200307, compeng on the 2006 Naonal 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 tle

Personal - Daughter of Hortencia and Adelino Rodrigues - An adversing/public relaons major

CAREER STATS Year G/GS 2008 13/0 Totals 13/0

G 1 1

A 2 2

PTS 4 4

SH 6 6

SOG 4 4

GWG 0 0

GTG 0 0

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NEWCOMERS CAROLINE BOND

PAIGE GOODWIN

Fr. - 5-4 - GK Hunngton, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Prior to UCF

#0

Fr. - 5-4 - F Tampa, Fla./Tampa Prep Prior to UCF

#12

- A captain senior year at St. Anthony’s High School - Team won the New York Catholic High School Athlec Associaon state tle with a 19-0-0 record and was ranked second naonally in 2007 - Also helped St. Anthony’s to the CHSAA finals in 2008 - Competed for the Commack Blasters GU/18 Region One Premier League Team before joining UCF

- Four-year member of the Tampa Prep High School soccer team - Helped squad claim the 2008 Class 2A state tle, and was a three-me district champion - Three-me All-Hillsborough County First Team honoree - Led the county in scoring as a freshman - At the club level for RSL Florida, was the U-17 state champion and the U-16 state runner-up

Personal

Personal

- Daughter of Donald and Elizabeth Bond - Majoring in environmental studies

- Daughter of Jim and Natalie Goodwin - Major is psychology - pre-med track

ALEX BRANDT

M A R L EIG H H OW AR D

Fr. - 5-3 - M Mechanicsburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Area Prior to UCF

#27

Fr. - 5-3 - M Niceville, Fla./Niceville Prior to UCF

#25

- Three-me First Team Mid-Penn League selecon at Mechanicsburg Area High School - Named all-state and a Patriot News Big 11 and a Sennel News Big 11 performer as a sophomore and a junior - Recorded seven goals and a school-record 22 assists for 36 points to help Mechanicsburg reach the District-3AAA playoffs during her junior season - Olympic Development Program PA State Team in 2007 and 2008 - Olympic Development Program Region I Team in 2007 and 2008 - Club team reached the regional finals - Member of the Spanish Naonal Honors Society

- Four-year starter at Niceville, serving as the only freshman on the varsity team in 2006 - Team advanced to the 5A final four aer 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 Naonal 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 Naonal Cup naonal semifinalist - Olympic Development Program Florida State Team regional pool 2005-08

Personal

- Daughter of Blevins and Jennifer Howard - Major is undecided

- Daughter of Diane and Dave Brandt - Undecided on a major

T IS H IA J EW EL L

AMY CARHART Fr. - 5-7 - M/D Manalapan, N.J./Manalapan Prior to UCF

#18

- 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 tle - 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 naonal champions with the PDA Pride - 2006 USYSA naonal 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 tle in 2006 and 2007, and was the naonal champions in 2006 while serving as a naonal finalist in 2007 - Invited and aended the 2005 interregional training event

Personal

Personal

Fr. - 5-6 - F Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite Prior to UCF

#26

- 2008-09 captain for Satellite High, which finished second at states in 2008 and claimed the 5A tle 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 - 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 - A psychology major

- Daughter of Brian and Denise Carhart - Majoring in educaon

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NEWCOMERS B I AN CA JOS WIAK Fr. - 5-6 - M/F Berlin, Germany Prior to UCF

J US T INE Q UIC K

#29

- Member of the U20 German Naonal Team for the 10 Naons Cup - Suited up for the U17 and U15 German Naonal 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

Fr. - 5-5 - D Fleming Island, Fla./St. John’s Country Day Prior to UCF

#28

- 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-me Junior Olympian in swimming - Played three seasons for Clay County United, the Florida State Cup champions in 2006 and 2007

Personal

STACY KADELL Fr. - 5-4 - D Upper Saddle River, N.J./N. Highlands Reg. Prior to UCF

- Daughter of Tim and Mindy Quick - Major is health science

#21

- 2008 all-league first team, all-county third team and all-state recognion at Northern Highlands Regional - Previously a member of Immaculate Heart Academy - 2006 Northern New Jersey Interscholasc League (NNJIL) champions - 2005 and 2006 All-NNJIL First Team - 2008 U.S. Club Soccer Naonal Champions with the PDA Pride - 2006 USYSA Naonal Finalists and N.J. State Cup semifinalists in 2006 and 2007 - Olympic Development Region I Team from 2007-08 and 2008-09 - Invited to aend the Kuban Spring Tournament in March 2009 in Krasnodar, Russia, with the U-19 Region One Team and played against the U-19 Russian, Polish, Ukranian and Croaan Naonal Teams - Parcipated in the 2007 Interregionals in Coral Springs, Fla. - Member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Team, as it was the 2007 Naonal Champions and 2008 Naonal Runner-Up

Personal

KIM NEWSOME

#14

- Two-me 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 naonals - Member of the 2006-07 U-23 Naonal 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 naonals

Personal - Daughter of Roosevelt and Geneiva Newsome

K R I STEN PO U LTON Fr. - 5-10 - D Coral Springs, Fla./Douglas Prior to UCF

#32

- Member of the Douglas High School squad which claimed the state tle 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-Sennel 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 - Major is undecided

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Fr. - 5-4 - F Rockaway, N.J./Morris Knolls Prior to UCF

#23

- Ranked among the top 10 leading scorers in Morris County - Earned New Jersey Girls Soccer Associaon all-state accolades - Was a first-team all-county, all-area and all-conference honoree - 2008 U.S. Club Soccer Naonal Champions with the PDA Pride - 2006 USYSA Naonal Finalists - New Jersey State Cup semifinalists in 2006 and 2007

Personal - Daughter of Boris and Angela Radovcic

CHLOE STOKES Fr. - 5-5 - M/F Hobe Sound, Fla./Jensen Beach Prior to UCF

- Daughter of Lewis and Michele Kadell - A biology major

Jr. - 5-7 - D Apopka, Fla./Polk C.C. Prior to UCF

NICOLETTE RADOVCIC

#7

- Top goal scorer and recorded the most assists in the county - All-area selecon her first three seasons - Team MVP as a freshman, sophomore and junior and MVP Aacking Player three years - Collected over 90 goals in her career and posted over 50 assists at the high school level - Led the Region III Premier League in goals and assists with the Parkland Predators - Won the U-14 state cup, and parcipated in the final four every year since U-13 - Member of the Olympic Development Region III Team - Captained the 91 Girls A Team every season

Personal - Daughter of Mark and Lori Stokes

TIIA TIKKANEN Fr. - 5-9 - F Naantali, Finland/Aurajoki Prior to UCF

#24

- Played in 40 Finnish Naonal Team games and had 14 goals from 2005-08 - Competed in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship in Russia - Also parcipated in the UEFA Women’s U-19 qualifying tournaments in Boznia and Herzegovina, Wales, Belarus and Austria - Member of teams that played in the Women’s U-18 Open Nordic Championship Tournament and the Women’s U-17 Four Naons Tournament - Collected 13 goals in the Finnish women’s league in 2008

Personal - Daughter of Kirsi and Jouko Tikkanen - Majoring in chemistry


WOMEN’S SOCCER

2 008 statistic s OVERALL: 14-6-3 CONF: 7-2-2 HOME: 6-2-1 AWAY: 6-3-2 NEUT: 2-1-0 ## 9 3 4 2 15 5 12 6 8 24 20 13 7 22 17 21 11 16 19 25 23 1 0 00

Name DOS SANTOS, Danielle GEORGE, Yvonne THOMAS, Becca WHIDDEN, Courtney JACKSON, Kae SCHOOLEY, Brianna WILDE, Hanna MARTORANA, Amanda HALBERT, Lauren RODRIGUES, Andrea HUBBARD, Stacie MAYNARD, Emily DE LEON, Sarah PETRUCCO, Chrisna MOORE, Nikki HINCE, Sheri DOOLEY, Heather OFUANI, Amaka HORNER, Kacie KRATCH, Kaci LARRETT, Elise REIS, Aline GARDNER, Jessie LEE, Lynzee Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 23-14 23-20 23-22 23-12 23-8 23-14 22-18 17-0 12-1 13-0 23-16 23-20 23-19 19-18 23-23 14-2 3-0 23-23 11-0 12-0 1-0 22-21 2-1 3-1 23 23

Min 1463 1408 1848 918 1012 1213 1359 482 475 249 1621 1811 1514 1662 1824 293 43 2146 139 221 3 2003 94 74 23875 -

G 8 5 5 6 3 2 3 4 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 29

A 5 7 6 1 4 6 3 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 26

Pts 21 17 16 13 10 10 9 8 8 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 130 84

Sh 46 43 55 22 16 41 39 9 7 6 15 24 12 5 4 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 352 328

Shot% .174 .116 .091 .273 .188 .049 .077 .444 .429 .167 .000 .042 .083 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .122 .088

SOG 27 17 25 13 5 15 15 8 4 4 3 8 7 2 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 161 147

SOG% .587 .395 .455 .591 .312 .366 .385 .889 .571 .667 .200 .333 .583 .400 .500 .667 1.000 .000 .667 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .457 .448

YC-RC 0-0 4-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 14-0 14-0

## 0 00 1 TM

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

GP-GS 2-1 3-1 22-21 23 23

Minutes 93:32 74:06 2003:26 0:00 2171:04 2171:04

GA 0 1 28 0 29 43

Avg 0.00 1.21 1.26 0.00 1.20 1.78

Saves 4 4 107 3 118 118

Pct 1.000 .800 .793 1.000 .803 .733

W 1 0 13 0 14 6

L 0 0 6 0 6 14

T 0 0 3 0 3 2

Sho 0 0 6 2 8 3

GOALS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 20 15

2nd 21 13

OT 1 0

OT2 1 1

Total 43 29

SHOTS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 140 138

2nd 186 169

OT 13 11

OT2 13 10

Total 352 328

SAVES BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 58 44

2nd 56 63

OT 2 7

OT2 2 4

Total 118 118

CORNER KICKS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 48 43

2nd 50 48

OT 2 3

OT2 6 3

Total 106 97

FOULS BY PERIOD UCF Opponents

1st 102 101

2nd 111 108

OT 8 8

OT2 6 2

Total 227 219

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

UCF 3238 9/360 3/564

OPP 5655 11/514

GW 1 2 3 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 6

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0

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u c f al l - tim e r o ster A Akers, Michelle**** Allmann, Amy*** Ames, Julia* Anderson, Michelle*** Anthony, Beki Asby, Brooke**** Auffant, Margree****

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, Krisn*** Black, JoAnna**** Blackwell, Jennifer**** Blagriff, Allison**** Bleakney, Tara Boles, Kathy Bortz, Cara Brandt, Becky* Brann, Heather**** Brassil, Irene* Brown, Noelle*** Buckstein, Krisn 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 2006 2002-04 1990-94 1983-84 1998-01 1990 1981-82

C Caicedo, Kris*** Carter, Sandy**** Chesney, Grace Cieslack, Nicole**** Clarkson, Andrea Clippinger, Cindy** Coble, Amanda Coley, Kelly** Conner, Kit**** Cornell, Sarah Coshland, Jill Creighton, Rena**** Cushman, Briany D DaPrato, Karyln* DeBellas, Lauren DeCespedes, Michelle** de Leon, Sarah*** Desans, Mary Jo* Doerger, Chris Dooley, Heather* dos Santos, Danielle** Drake, Karen**** Dryden, Laura**** Dunning, Stacy E Ebright, Brandi Edstrom, Ida* Ellis, Samantha* Eraso, Julia Eshelman, Becca**** F Farkasfalvy, Garbriela Fellner, Melissa** Fireall, Monique** Flock, Kendra* Ford, Amy*** Foster, Leanne Freeman, Melanie* Fritz, Deanna* Fulsang, Tammy** 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**** Gozley, Liza** Griffin, Lisa Griffis, Lisa* Gringer, Stephanie**** Guillan, C.C.**** Gumina, Sarah* Gwaltney, Tami*

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1981-83 1986-89 1983 1999-02 2000 1981-82 1998-00 1983-84 1987-90 2000-01 1988 1987-90 2003 1996 2000-01 2005-06 2006-08 1985 1989 2008-present 2007-08 1990-93 1981-85 1983 1992 2000 1998 1999 2001-04 2002 1987-89 2003-04 2004-05 1981-83 2003 1993-94 1982 1990-91 1985 2008 1984 1981-84 2004-08 2001-02 1991-94 2004-06 2006-present 2003-04 1992-96 1985-88 1985-86 1991 1981 1991-94 1999-02 1996-97 1981

H Haarhues, Courtney**** Haglund, Lynee* Halbert, Lauren** Hallgren, Jessica*** Harless, Beth* Harris, Danya*** Harris, Mauri*** Harris, Michele*** Hayden, Laurie** Heintz, Renee** Hernandez, Grey Heubner, Sue*** Hince, Sheri* Hipp, Kris* Hoekstra, Vickie* Hoffmann, Wendee* Holapa, Mary** Holschauer, Monica**** Hoover, Dana**** Hopkins, Erin** Horbelt, Carolyn Horner, Kacie** 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 1997-00 2003 2008-present 2002 2004

J Jackson, Jessica** Jackson, Kae* Jardine, Michelle** Johnson, LeKenya** Johnson, Shawna**** Johnson, Stephanie** Jones, Amy**** Jones, Cindy*** Jones, Lydia**

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

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

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 Laboran, Donna*** Larre, Elise Lay, Nancy** Leathers, Sarah Pharr*** Lee, Lynzee* Lewis, Carol* Lindsay, Gretchen*** Lundin, Inger*

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

M MacDowell, Pay**** Madden, Lori Maier, Lindsay**** Mannarion, Nicole* Manis, Jennifer*** Martell, Chrisne* Martorana, Amanda** Mascia, Chrisne Maheus, Pam* Mawyer, Mandi* Maynard, Emily* McCain, Kate**** McCarthy, Kelly* McDevi, 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, Chrise

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

N Neal, Shannon Nelson, Stacey* Newport, Jessica* Nicolas, Terry

1996 1982 2005-07 1985

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

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

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

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

R 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**

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* Sanpadri, 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 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 1992-95 1988-90 1987-90

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

1989-92 1996-99 2006-present 1985-88 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, Chrisna** 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-present 2004 2005-08 1996-99 2003-06 2003-06 1982-85

Y Young, Liz** * - Leers Earned

1989-90


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al l - tim e vs. o p p o nents 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 Charloe Cincinna Clemson Colgate College of Charleston Colorado College Conneccut Cornell Cortland State Creighton Davidson Dayton Detroit Duke East Carolina Erskine Florida Florida Atlanc* Florida Internaonal Florida State Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgetown Georgia Georgia State Harvard Harord Houston Howard Hunngdon Illinois Illinois State Jacksonville Jacksonville State Kansas Keene State Kentucky Liberty Lipscomb Loyola (Md.) Lynn Marshall Mary Washington Massachuses Memphis Methodist Mercer Miami (Fla.) Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State

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 3 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 2 2 16 25 2 0 1 3 1 4 0 0 6 1 2 4 1 3 1 1 9 5 0 1 1 1 3 1 5 4 1 1 3 1 11 5 2 0 1

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 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 1 0 0 5 3 0 1 4 0 2 0

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 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 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 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, 2-1 (2008) 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) L, 3-0 (2002) T, 1-1 (2008) W, 4-0 (1986) L, 2-0 (2008) W, 2-0 (2006) W, 3-1 (2006) L, 5-0 (2008) 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, 6-0 (2008) 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 (1993) W, 4-0 (2008) W, 6-0 (1986) T, 2-2 (1995) L, 2-0 (2008) W, 2-0 (1989) W, 3-1 (2004) W, 3-1 (2008) W, 2-1 (2007) L, 1-0 (2007) W, 3-2 (2007)

School W L T Missouri-St. Louis 3 0 2 Navy 0 1 0 New Hampshire 1 0 0 New Mexico 1 0 0 North Carolina 0 15 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 Pisburgh 1 1 0 Purdue 1 1 0 Quinnipiac 1 0 0 Radford 6 1 0 Rhode Island 1 0 0 Rice 4 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 4 3 0 South Alabama 0 1 1 Southern California 0 1 0 Southern Miss 4 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 3 0 1 UAB 2 3 1 UNLV 2 0 0 USF 3 1 0 UTEP 1 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 2 1 UW-Milwaukee 0 3 0 Wright State 2 0 0 TOTAL 317 148 38 *Includes forfeit win for Florida Atlanc in 1996

Last Match W, 6-0 (1987) L, 6-1 (2000) W, 5-0 (1989) W, 2-0 (1998) L, 8-0 (1999) 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 (2008) 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 (2008) L, 1-0 (2001) L, 1-2 (2000) W, 4-1 (2008) 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, 3-0 (2008) L, 4-1 (2008) W, 2-1 (2007) W, 5-0 (2004) T, 2-2 (2008) 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, 2-0 (1998) L, 1-0 (2005) W, 3-1 (1999) (.668)

When opponent was a club team 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

327

148

38

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UCF KNIGHTS

year - b y-year r esu l ts 1981 (11-3-0)

1984 (10-4-0)

1987 (13-5-0)

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 Invitaonal (Orlando, Fla.) % AIAW Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.) & AIAW Championship (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Jim Rudy Barry W 6-0 vs. William & Mary ^ W 2-0 at George Mason ^ 2-3 L at Barry W 2-0 North Carolina 0-1 L Stanford & W 5-0 Radford & W 2-0 Texas A&M & W 4-0 Erskine W 10-0 Radford # W 3-1 at North Carolina # 1-3 L 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 Invitaonal (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 1-2 L North Carolina 0-2 L Missouri-St. Louis W 6-0 UC Santa Barbara 1-3 L California 1-3 L Cincinna W 5-1 Barry W 1-0 Lynn W 4-0 Boston College W 2-1 St. Thomas W 7-0 Hunngdon W 3-0 St. Thomas W 10-0 William & Mary W 2-0 vs. George Mason^ W 5-0 Florida Internaonal W 1-0 Barry # W 3-0 at NC State % W 3-0 at Massachuses $ 2-1 L ^ at William & Mary (Williamsburg, Va.) # NCAA First Round (Orlando, Fla.) % NCAA Second Round (Raleigh, N.C.) $ NCAA Semifinals (Amherst, Mass.)

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. Cincinna # W 7-0 Massachuses $ W 2-0 Conneccut ! W 3-1 North Carolina % 0-2 L ^ UM-St. Louis Invitaonal (St. Louis, Mo.) & UCF Invitaonal (Orlando, Fla.) # Brine Invitaonal (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 Cincinna at William & Mary at Wisconsin at Missouri-St. Louis at Boston College at Conneccut at Massachuses George Mason SIU-Edwardsville at Texas A&M (OT)

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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 T

1985 (9-3-1) Head Coach: Jim Rudy at NC State W 2-1 at North Carolina 0-2 L Barry (OT) W 2-0 at Florida Internaonal 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 Internaonal W 1-0 Barry W 6-0 # WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.)

1988 (10-3-2) T

1986 (15-3-1) Head Coach: Jim Rudy vs. George Mason $ (OT) 1-2 L at North Carolina (OT) 1-1 T Florida Internaonal 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 Internaonal 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 Hunngdon % 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 Invitaonal (Lyman HS-Winter Springs, Fla.) & at Bishop Moore HS (Casselberry, Fla.) ! UCF Halloween Classic (Orlando, Fla.)

NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Bill Barker Barry W 3-0 at Barry (OT) 0-0 at Florida Internaonal W 1-0 at Lynn W 4-0 at George Mason 0-1 L at Conneccut W 2-0 North Carolina (OT) 0-0 Alabama W 6-0 Florida Internaonal 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.)

T

T

1989 (11-1-2) 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. Hunngdon # W 13-0 Lynn W 1-0 at Massachuses (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 Internaonal W 4-0 Keene State W 4-0 # at Berry College (Mount Berry, Ga.) ^ UMass Tournament (Amherst, Mass.)

T

T


WOMEN’S SOCCER

year - b y-year r esu l ts 1990 (9-4-3)

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

Head Coach: Bill Barker at Florida Internaonal 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 Massachuses 0-1 L # at Florida Internaonal (Miami, Fla.) ^ WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.) $ WAGS Tournament (Fort Belvoir, Va.)

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 Atlanc * W 4-0 College of Charleston * W 13-0 at Florida Internaonal * W 2-0 Stetson * W 12-1 Dayton W 2-0 Florida Internaonal * 1-2 L * A-Sun Match ^ at Florida Internaonal (Miami, Fla.) # Hardees/adidas Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

T T

T

1991 (10-5-1) NCAA First Round Head Coach: Bill Barker Mercer W 6-0 West Florida W 9-0 Florida Atlanc W 11-1 at Massachuses 0-2 L at Harord W 4-0 UC-Santa Barbara W 5-1 Florida Internaonal (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.)

at Florida Atlanc * 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 (Fayeeville, Ark.) ^ Mercer Invitaonal (Macon, Ga.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.)

1996 (13-7-1, 6-3-1 A-Sun) T

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

T

1992 (10-5-1) 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 Internaonal 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 Massachuses 0-1 L ^ NC State Invitaonal (Raleigh, N.C.) # Notre Dame Tournament (South Bend, Ind.) & at Florida Internaonal (Miami, Fla.)

A-Sun Champions Head Coach: Karen Richter Mercer (OT) 0-0 NC State W 4-2 at Florida Internaonal * 0-1 L at Stetson * W 6-0 Florida Internaonal * W 2-0 at Massachuses $ 1-2 L vs. Conneccut $ 1-2 L at Florida Atlanc * 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 Atlanc * W 4-0 vs. Kentucky & W 3-0 at Duke & 0-2 L Mercer ** W 5-1 Florida Internaonal ** W 2-0 * A-Sun Match $ UMass Classic (Amherst, Mass.) ^ UCF Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Georgia State Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) & Duke Invitaonal (Durham, N.C.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)

T

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

L

L L L L L T L

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) Stetson * W Florida Atlanc * W Florida Internaonal * W vs. Creighton # W at Arkansas # (OT) at Mercer ^ (OT) vs. Clemson ^ at C. of Charleston * (OT) W Davidson (OT) Colorado College (OT) Massachuses (OT) C. of Charleston * at Stetson * W at Florida Internaonal * (OT) Alabama W

A-Sun Champions Head Coach: Karen Richter Florida Internaonal * 1-2 College of Charleston * W 2-0 at Charloe W 1-0 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 Atlanc * + 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 Internaonal * (OT) 0-0 Florida Atlanc * W 1-0 at Auburn W 1-0 at Alabama 1-2 vs. Centenary ** W 3-1 at Florida Internaonal** W 1-0 *A-Sun Match # Triad Area Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) + FAU Forfeit ** A-Sun Tournament (Miami, Fla.)

L

T T L L L

Head Coach: Karen Richter Georgia ^ (OT) 1-2 Duke ^ 0-4 Florida Internaonal * W 1-0 South Alabama (OT) 3-3 Florida Atlanc * 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 Charloe 0-2 at Florida Internaonal * W 2-0 at Florida Atlanc * 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.)

L L T

L L L L L

L L T L

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UCF KNIGHTS

year - b y-year r esu l ts 1998 (12-8-0, 4-0-0 A-Sun)

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

2002 (18-5-0, 10-1-0 A-Sun)

A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round Head Coach: Karen Richter Florida 0-3 L at Georgia & 0-1 L vs. Syracuse & 1-5 L at Stetson * W 4-0 Miami W 2-1 at Jacksonville * W 5-1 Florida State W 1-0 West Virginia (OT) 1-2 L at New Mexico % W 2-0 vs. UTEP % 1-4 L Campbell * W 6-0 UNC-Greensboro W 3-0 at USF 0-4 L Purdue $ W 2-1 UW-Milwaukee $ 0-1 L Florida Internaonal W 4-1 Florida Atlanc * 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 Invitaonal (Albuquerque, N.M.) $ UCF Soccer Classic (Orlando, Fla.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) ! NCAA First Round (Madison, Wis.)

Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Texas A&M 0-5 L at Texas 0-4 L Florida Internaonal $ 1-4 L Alabama A&M $ W 11-0 at Navy # 1-6 L vs. Georgetown # 0-1 L Florida Atlanc * W 1-0 Boston College 0-2 L vs. Southern California & 1-2 L at Florida State % 1-3 L vs. East Carolina % 0-0 T at Mercer * 0-1 L at Troy * W 3-0 Jacksonville * 0-4 L Jacksonville State * W 4-0 Samford * W 5-0 at Georgia State * W 3-2 at Campbell * W 8-0 at Stetson * W 3-0 at Florida Atlanc ** 1-2 L * A-Sun Match $ Kappa Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Navy Invitaonal (Annapolis, Md.) & at Florida (Gainesville, Fla.) % Seminole Soccer Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.)

A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Quinnipiac # W 3-0 George Washington # W 1-0 Florida Internaonal W 2-0 Florida Atlanc * W 2-0 vs. Duke ^ 0-3 L vs. Syracuse ^ W 3-1 at Colorado College W 3-2 at Air Force 0-1 L at Georgia State (OT) W 1-0 at Campbell (OT) W 3-2 at Florida State 1-3 L Belmont * W 9-0 at Mercer * W 3-0 at Troy * W 7-0 Jacksonville * 2-3 L Jacksonville State * W 3-0 Samford * W 5-2 at Miami W 5-3 at Gardner-Webb * W 3-0 at Stetson * W 2-0 vs. Jacksonville State ** W 3-0 vs. Jacksonville ** W 3-2 vs. Auburn $ 0-2 L * A-Sun Match # UCF Invitaonal (Orlando, Fla.) ^ Gator Invitaonal (Gainesville, Fla.) ** A-Sun Tournament (Buies Creek, N.C.) $ NCAA First Round (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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 Internaonal W 3-1 at Miami 0-4 L Campbell * W 5-0 Georgia State * W 2-0 at Pisburgh (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 Atlanc * % 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.) $ Hunngton Banks/Reebok Classic (Orlando, Fla.) # Boilermaker Cup (West Lafayee, Ind.) % FAU Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.) + NCAA First Round (Greenville, S.C.) & NCAA Second Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

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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 Atlanc 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 Atlanc ** W 2-1 at Florida ^ 0-4 * A-Sun Match ** A-Sun Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) ^ NCAA First Round (Gainesville, Fla.)

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

L

A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Pisburgh 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 Atlanc * 1-2 L at Florida Internaonal 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 Atlanc ** (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.)

T


WOMEN’S SOCCER

year - b y-year r esu l ts 2004 (17-4-2, 8-2-0 A-Sun) NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell Florida Internaonal 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 Atlanc * 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 L at UC Santa Barbara W 4-0 Ole Miss ^ 0-2 L Buffalo ^ W 2-1 Florida State 0-3 L Wisconsin-Milwaukee (OT) 0-1 L Loyola 0-1 L Florida 0-2 L Florida Internaonal W 4-0 Southern Miss * (OT) W 3-2 at Florida Atlanc 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 Invitaonal (Orlando, Fla.) ** C-USA Championship (Houston, Texas)

L T L L L

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 L UNLV ^ W 2-1 UC Davis ^ W 3-0 at Mississippi State W 3-2 at Mississippi 0-1 L 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 L at Memphis * (OT) W 2-1 Southern Miss * W 2-0 vs. East Carolina ** W 2-0 vs. Rice ** W 1-0

T T

T

vs. Memphis ** 0-2 L 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 Invitaonal (Orlando, Fla.) ** C-USA Championship (El Paso, Texas) $ NCAA First and Second Rounds (Gainesville, Fla.)

2008 (14-6-3, 7-2-2 C-USA) NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Florida State 0-5 L at Florida W 1-0 Harord 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.)

year-by-year summary

2006 (11-6-2, 7-1-1 C-USA) Head Coach: Amanda Cromwell at Miami 0-2 at Florida Internaonal W 3-1 Florida Atlanc W 2-0 Fresno State (OT) 0-0 at UNLV # W 3-2 vs. Arizona State # 0-2 at Florida State 0-2 at Kansas 0-2 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 Invitaonal (Las Vegas, Nev.) ** C-USA Championship (Dallas, Texas)

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Overall 11-3-0 10-1-2 4-4-2 10-4-0 9-3-1 15-3-1 13-5-0 10-3-2 11-1-2 9-4-3 10-5-1 10-5-1 8-7-1 13-5-1 10-7-4 13-7-1 8-10-2 12-8-0 16-6-1 8-11-1 14-6-0 18-5-0 16-5-1 17-4-2 12-10-0 11-6-2 15-4-4

Conference ------------------------5-1-0 5-1-0 6-1-1 6-3-1 6-0-0 4-0-0 8-0-1 7-2-0 9-1-0 10-1-0 9-1-0 8-2-0 8-1-0 7-1-1 7-1-1

Head Coach Jim Rudy Jim Rudy Jim Rudy Jim Rudy Jim Rudy Jim Rudy Jim Rudy Bill Barker Bill Barker Bill Barker Bill Barker Bill Barker Karen Richter Karen Richter Karen Richter Karen Richter Karen Richter Karen Richter Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell Amanda Cromwell

2008 Totals

14-6-3 327-148-38

7-2-2 112-18-7

Amanda Cromwell

Notes AIAW Finals NCAA Finals NCAA Second Round NCAA Final Four NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round A-Sun Co-Champions A-Sun Champions A-Sun Champions A-Sun Champions A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round A-Sun Champions/NCAA Second Round A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round A-Sun Champions/NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round C-USA Regular Season Co-Champs C-USA Regular Season Co-Champs/ NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round 39


UCF KNIGHTS

team awar ds 2007

2000

1990

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

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

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

2006

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

MVP ........................................ Roberta Pelarigo Defensive MVP ............................ Kelsey Kravec ................................................... Jennifer Manis Offensive MVP ........................ Roberta Pelarigo Unsung Hero................................... Krisn 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, Krisn 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 ................................................Pay MacDowell Coaches’ Award ..................Courtney Haarhues Golden Knight Award ................. Lindsay Maier

1998 MVP ............................................Alyssa O’Brien Rookie of the Year ...............Michelle Anderson Most Improved .............................. Cally Howell Unsung Hero.................... Sarah Pharr Leathers Coaches’ Award ........................ Chrisna Webb

1997 MVP ............................................Alyssa O’Brien Rookie of the Year ........... Sarah Pharr Leathers Most Improved ......................... Chrisna Webb Unsung Hero.................................... Kim Shrum Coaches’ Award ....................Margree 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

2002

1993

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

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

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

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1999

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

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


WOMEN’S SOCCER

r egio nal & natio nal aw ar d s H A 1988

NSCAA P     W Michelle Akers, F

NSCAA A -A  2008 1995 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

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

* First-team selecon

NSCAA F  A -A  2004 2002

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

NSCAA A -S   R  2008

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

1999 1998 1996 1995 1992 1991 1990

1989

1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

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 Blagri, M Becca Eshelman, F Nicole Cieslak, F Jennifer Montgomery, F Jackie VanLooven, D Allison Blagri, 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 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

2006

NSCAA/  C   S   A -A  2008 2007 2005 2004 2002 1990 1989

Danielle dos Santos, F Jennifer Manis, GK Courtney Baines, D Allison Blagri, M Jackie VanLooven, D Karen Richter, GK Karen Richter, GK

NSCAA A  A -R  2005 2005 2004

Kelsey Kravec, D Courtney Baines, D Courtney Baines, D Allison Blagri, M Allison Blagri, M

2003

NCAA G     Y 1990

Karen Richter, GK

NCAA T A

1982 1982 1982 1987

2004

Roberta Pelarigo, F

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

S  A  P     Y 1987

Michelle Akers, F

S  A  MVP 1989

Karen Richter, GK

S  A  A -A  1989

Karen Richter, GK

S  A  A -F  2008 1991

Aline Reis, GK Kelly Kochevar, F

S  A  T    W 2006 2004 1997 1996

2003 2002 2001 1999 1998 1996

Courtney Baines, M Allison Blagri, 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

S B.  S   R  A -F  T 2008 2006 2004

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

S F .  F     Y 2004

Kendra Flock, F

S F .  A -F   T 2005

Courtney Baines, D Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D Allison Blagri, M Kendra Flock, F

2004

S F .  P     W 2006 2004

Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D

  /ISAA P     Y 1988

Michelle Akers, F

  /ISAA G     Y 1990 1987

Karen Richter, GK Amy Allmann, GK

ISAA S  R    Jennifer Manis, GK Kendra Flock, F Danya Harris, F Danya Harris, F

1994 1991 1990

Stephanie Gringer, D Kelly Kochevar, F Jennifer Blackwell, D Karen Richter, GK Leslie Suder, MF Sandy Carter, F Michelle Akers, F

S B.  S   R  C    Y

1989 1988

2004

C F   C     NISOA C    Y

Amanda Cromwell

S B.  F  A -A  2008 2004

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

S B.  E  F A 1998

Danya Harris, F

2004

Amanda Cromwell

NCAA S-A  D A 1997 1996 1995 1994

Alyssa O’Brien, GK Kelly Stout, MF Karen Plizga, F Kelly Stout, MF

S B.  T    W

NCAA G  S A F 



2007 2006 2004

CSIDA A  A -A 

1995

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

S B.  A -S   R  2008 2007 2006 2005

Nikki Moore, D Becca Thomas, MF Jennifer Manis, GK Yvonne George, F Roberta Pelarigo, F Courtney Baines, D Roberta Pelarigo, F

2005 2004

Kelly Stout, MF Courtney Baines, D Courtney Baines, D

CSIDA A  A -D

  2007 2005 2004

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

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UCF KNIGHTS

al l - conf er enc e honor s conference usa D

 P     Y Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Courtney Baines ................................. 2005

N     Y Danielle dos Santos ............................ 2007

F   T 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

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

F  T Stacie Hubbard ................................... 2008 Aline Reis ............................................ 2008 Chrisna Petrucco .............................. 2007 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2006 Becca Thomas..................................... 2006

A -T T Danielle dos Santos ............................ 2008 Aline Reis ............................................ 2008 Kate Begley ......................................... 2007 Kelsey Kravec ...................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Kelsey Kravec ...................................... 2005 Roberta Pelarigo ................................. 2005

A -A  T Sarah de Leon ..................................... 2008 Kate Begley ......................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2007 Jennifer Manis .................................... 2006

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A  M Sarah de Leon ..................................... 2008 Kae Jackson ...................................... 2008 Elise Larre......................................... 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

C

' H R Arranged Alphabecally Jennifer Baker ..................................... 2006 Kate Begley ....................................2006-07 Cara Bortz ........................................... 2006 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 Lauren Halbert...............................2007-08 Jessica Hallgren .................................. 2006 Sheri Hince ......................................... 2008 Erin Hopkins ..................................2005-06 Kacie Horner ..................................2007-08 Stacie Hubbard ................................... 2008 Jessica Jackson...............................2005-07 Kae Jackson ...................................... 2008 Lydia Jones.....................................2005-06 Bridgee Khoury ................................ 2007 Kelsey Kravec .................................2005-07 Elise Larre......................................... 2008 Lynzee Lee .......................................... 2008 Jennifer Manis ...............................2005-07 Kae McCain..................................2005-06 Jaclyn Meade ...................................... 2007 Nikki Moore ........................................ 2006 Jessica Newport.............................2006-07 Amaka Ofuani ................................2007-08 Arielle Orr ......................................2006-07 Roberta Pelarigo ............................2005-07 Chrisna Petrucco .........................2007-08 Aline Reis .......................................2007-08 Andrea Rodrigues ............................... 2008 Brianna Schooley ...........................2006-07 Becca Thomas................................2006-08 Shana Weldon .................................... 2006 Hanna Wilde ..................................2007-08 Shannon Wing .................................... 2006 Jessalyn Withers ................................. 2005

atlantic sun C    Y Karen Richter ...................................... 1998

P     Y Michelle Anderson ............................. 2001 Amy Jones .......................................... 1995

D

 P     Y Courtney Baines ................................. 2004

F     Y Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2002

F   T Courtney Baines ................................. 2004 Allison Blagri .................................... 2004 Shannon Wing .................................... 2004 Kendra Flock ....................................... 2004 Allison Blagri .................................... 2003 Becca Eshelman .................................. 2003 Nicole Cieslak ..................................... 2002 Jessica Kuhlman .................................. 2002 Jennifer Montgomery ......................... 2002 Jackie VanLooven ............................... 2002 Michelle Anderson ............................. 2001 Nicole Cieslak ..................................... 2001 Jackie VanLooven ............................... 2001 Michelle Anderson ............................. 2000 Cally Howell ........................................ 2000 Jackie VanLooven ............................... 2000 Cally Howell ........................................ 1999 Margree Auant............................... 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


WOMEN’S SOCCER

al l - conf er enc e honor s S  T

A -T T

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

Arranged Alphabecally Michelle Anderson* ...... 1998-99, 00*, 01* Brooke Asby ........................................ 1999 Margree Auant..........................1997-98 Courtney Baines ........................... 2002, 04 Maria Banuls ...................................... 1999 Allison Blagri .................... 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

T  T 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

F  T 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 Blagri .................................... 2001 Ida Edstrom ........................................ 2000

A -A  T Arranged Alphabecally Michelle Anderson ............................. 1999 Beki Anthony ...................................... 1999 Brooke Asby .............................1999, 01-02 Courtney Baines ............................2002-04 Kate Begley ....................................2003-04 Allison Blagri ...............................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 Briany 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 Pay MacDowell ...........................2001-03 Lindsay Maier ............................... 2000, 03 Pam Maheus .................................... 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 Chrisna Webb ................................... 1998 Allison Weber ..................................... 1999 Chrissy Welsh ..................................... 1995 Rachel Whiteaker ............................... 2004 Wendy Wiltsey ..............................1997-99 Shannon Wing ...............................2003-04

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UCF KNIGHTS

ind ividu al c ar eer r ecor ds S 

T P 

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. Kelly Kochevar .............. 1991-94 ...........194 6. Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 ......... 190* 7. Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 ...........189 8. Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 ...........183 9. Hanna Wilde ................. 2005-08 ...........176 10. Ali Blagri ..................... 2001-04 ...........169

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

G

G-W   G

1. 2. 3. 4.

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

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. Leslie Suder .................. 1987-90 .............31 7. Michelle Anderson ....... 1998-01 .............30 Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 .............30 9. Nicole Cieslak ............... 1999-02 .............29 Jean Varas..................... 1984-87 .............29

A



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

Cally Howell .................. 1997-00 .............35 Danielle Thomas ........... 1985-88 .............33 Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 .............30 Courtney Baines ........... 2002-05 .............29 Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 .............28 Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 .............27 Danya Harris ................. 1996-98 .............26 Kelly Stout .................... 1992-95 .............26 Jennifer O’Connor ........ 1992-95 .............26 10. Becca Eshelman............ 2001-04 .............25

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 10. Danya Harris ................. 1996-98 .............76

Kelly Kochevar .............. 1991-94 .............20 Leslie Suder .................. 1987-90 .............12 Danya Harris ................. 1996-98 .............11 Michelle Akers .............. 1984-88 .............10 Courtney Whidden ...2006-present ...........9 Amy Geltz ..................... 1991-94 ...............8 Amy Jones .................... 1993-96 ...............8 Nicole Cieslak ............... 1999-02 ...............8 Allison Blagri .............. 2001-04 ...............8 Jennifer Montgomery... 2002-05 ...............8 Roberta Pelarigo ........... 2005-06 ...............8

S

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. Amy Allman .................. 1984-87 ...........166 6. Julie Snaman ................ 2002-05 ...........138 7. Karen Richter ................ 1987-90 ...........135 8. Kim Wyant .................... 1982-85 ...........122 9. Maria Banuls ................ 1998-00 ...........109 10. Aline Reis ..................2008-present .......107

ucf coaching history Head Coach Years Record Jim Rudy 1981-87 73-22-6 Bill Barker 1988-92 50-18-9 Karen Richter 1993-98 64-44-9 Amanda Cromwell 1999-present 161-78-15

G -A   A (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. Heather Brann .............. 1991-94 ..........1.13 7. Jessica Kuhlman ........... 1999-02 ..........1.20 8. Aline Reis ..................2008-present ......1.26 9. Alyssa O’Brien .............. 1995-98 ..........1.35

S 

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

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Consecuve Starts 76, Amy Jones, 1993-96 Games Started 87, Jennifer Montgomery, 2002-05 Games Played 90, Courtney Baines, 2002-05 *Totals include compeon against club teams

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T P 

S

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

1.

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G-W   G

G -A   A

1. 2.

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

G

1. 2.

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

4. 5.

5.

9.

A



1. 2. 3. 4.

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

7. 9.

Kelly Kochever ................1991 ................. 7 Danya Harris...................1998 ................. 6 Leslie Suder ....................1990 ................. 6 Kelly Kochever ................1994 ................. 6 Courtney Whidden.........2007 ................. 5 Claire Kohake .................1999 ................. 5 Kelly Kochever ................1993 ................. 5 Laura Dryden..................1982 ................. 5 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

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. Alyssa O’Brien ................1996 ............... 82

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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

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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

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

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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 Atlanc ...... 9/15/91 ................13

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

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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 Atlanc ...... 9/15/91 ... 35 (11-13) 10. Miami* .................... 1981........ 34 (13-8) Brevard (S.C.) ........... 1986........ 34 (15-4)

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

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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 compeon against club teams

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1. 13, Michelle Akers ............................Rutgers ........................10/21/88 2. 12, Pam Baughman ......................Florida State* ..........................1981 12, Donna Laboran ........................ Alabama ..............................1981 12, Sandy Carter ............................. Cincinna ........................9/19/87 5. 11, Nancy Lay ...............................Florida State* ..........................1981 11, Amy Jones ...................... at Florida Internaonal ............10/15/95 11, Amy Jones ................................... Mercer ........................10/19/96 8. 10, Cindy Clippinger .....................Florida State* ..........................1981 10, Mary Varas .................................... Duke .................................1981 10, Donna Laboran ......................... 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 Internaonal ................10/5/85 3, Lisa Gozley .................................... Mercer ........................10/18/85 3, Michelle Akers .......................... Hunngdon.......................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 Atlanc ....................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

H T  C  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 ....................... Hunngdon.......................10/1/86 3, Sandy Carter .......................Florida Internaonal ..................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 Harord .......................9/22/91 3, Kelly Kochevar .......................UC-Santa Barbara ..................10/2/91 3, Tiany Schreiner .....................Florida Atlanc ....................9/15/91 3, Kelly Kochevar .............................at Stetson ........................9/13/94 3, Kelly Kochevar .......................at Florida Atlanc ..................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, Chrise Martell ....................... Alabama A&M ......................9/3/00 3, Ansley Gascoigne ......................... Belmont .........................10/6/02 3, Danielle dos Santos....................... at SMU ........................10/14/07

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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, Chrise 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 Laboran(4-0)....................Miami* ...............................1981 8, Pam Baughman (3-2) .................Vanderbilt* ............................1981

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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 ........................ Conneccut ......................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 ...................... Massachuses ....................9/24/94 14, Alyssa O’Brien ...........................at Georgia ..........................9/5/98 9. 13, Heather Brann ........................... Stanford .........................10/2/92 13, Alyssa O’Brien ....................... Massachuses ....................10/1/95 * Totals include compeon against club teams

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

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