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UCLA SOCCER 2010

The 2010 UCLA Bruins

Front Row (L-R): Amelia Mathis, Natalia Ledezma, Zakiya Bywaters, Chelsea Cline, Ahsha Smith, Charney Burk, Summer Williams. Second Row (L-R): Jalissa Freeman, Sierra Mack, Courtney Lovelace, Chelsea Braun, Crystal Shaffie, Lauren Barnes, Ariana Martinez. Third Row (L-R): Lucretia Lee, Kylie Facinelli, Jenna Richmond, Kylie Wright, Sydney Leroux, Dana Wall Fourth Row (L-R): Elise Britt, Liz Zadro, Chante’ Sandiford, Alana Munger, Yiana Dimmitt, Taylor Cochran, Iman Bearde.

TABLE OF CONTENTS The 2010 Bruins Radio/TV Chart Roster

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The Coaching Staff Head Coach Jillian Ellis Assistant Coaches

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The Players Returning Player Biographies Newcomer Biographies

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2009 Season in Review Final Statistics Scoring & Results Box Scores

Coaching History Yearly Leaders NCAA Tournament History Final NSCAA/adidas Polls (Since 1993) National Team Players Bruins in Professional Soccer UCLA’s All-Time Record vs. Opponents Drake Stadium Facility Records UCLA Athletic Department Personnel

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Recruiting Section The UCLA Experience

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UCLA History All-Time Letterwinners All-Time Numerical Roster NSCAA/adidas All-Americans All-Time Game-by-Game Results Single-Season Records Career Records Bruin Award Winners Team & Individual Records Year-by-Year Team Statistics All-Time Player Statistics

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About This Publication Writing, layout and cover design by Danny Harrington, UCLA Assistant Sports Information Director. Photos provided by Don Liebig (ASUCLA Photography), Scott Chandler, Scott James, Paul Olden, Milt Crossen and Tony Duffy. Special thanks to Jeff Sipsey for his NCAA College Cup photography and U.S. National Team images. Thanks to Getty Images, ASUCLA Photography, Berliner Studios, Andrew Bernstein, Ruth Chambers, the Los Angeles Visitors and Convention Bureau, and Scott Quintard for providing photos for the “UCLA Experience” section.

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QUICK FACTS Location Los Angeles, CA Athletic Dept. Address 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 Athletics Phone (310) 825-8699 Ticket Office (310) UCLA-WIN Soccer Office Phone (310) 794-6443 Chancellor Dr. Gene Block Director of Athletics Daniel G. Guerrero Sr. Women’s Administrator Petrina Long Assoc. Athletic Director (Soccer) Ken Weiner Faculty Athletic Rep. Donald Morrison Home Field (Capacity) Marshall Field at Drake Stadium (11,700) All-Time Home Record 160-21-7 Enrollment 39,984 Founded 1919 Colors Blue and Gold Nickname Bruins Conference Pacific-10 National Affiliation NCAA Division I Head Coach Jillian Ellis (William & Mary, ‘88) Record at UCLA (Years) 216-37-12 (11 years) Career Record (Years) 235-55-12 (13 years) Assistant Head Coach B.J. Snow (Indiana ‘00) Assistant Coach Louise Lieberman (UCLA ‘00) Volunteer Asst. Coach Nat Gonzalez (UCLA ‘95) Team Manager Kerry Bradley Women’s Soccer SID Danny Harrington SID Phone (310) 206-8075 2009 Record 21-3-1 2009 Pac-10 Record (Finish) 8-1 (2nd) 2009 NCAA Finish T-3rd 2009 Final National Ranking 3rd (NSCAA/adidas) All-Time College Cup Appearances 7 (2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) All-Time Pac-10 Championships 9 (1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008


RADIO/TV CHART

1

2

4

#2 Sydney

#3 Lauren

BARNES

Jr. l Redwood City, CA

Jr. l Vancouver, BC

#7 Jenna

5 LEDEZMA

BYWATERS

#6 Amelia

Sr. l Upland, CA

Fr. l La Mirada, CA

So. l Las Vegas, NV

Jr. l Ventura, CA

#8 Summer

#9 Ahsha

#10 Charney

#11 Chelsea

#12 Chelsea

Fr. l Centreville, VA

Jr. l Orinda, CA

So. l Oakland, CA

Jr. l North Tustin, CA

So. l Des Moines, IA

Fr. l Woodside, CA

#13 Courtney

#14 Sierra

#15 Crystal

SHAFFIE

ZADRO

#16 Liz

#17 Lucretia

#18 Kylie

So. l San Diego, CA

So. l Anaheim, CA

Fr. l San Jose, CA

Sr. l Huntington Beach, CA

So. l Bothell, WA

Sr. l Ranch Santa Margarita, CA

RICHMOND

LOVELACE

#19 Jalissa

LEROUX

WILLIAMS

MACK

SMITH

#4 Natalia

6 #5 Zakiya

DIMMITT

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#1 Yiana

BURK

CLINE

LEE

MATHIS

BRAUN

WRIGHT

FREEMAN

FACINELLI

#20 Kylie

#21 Elise

#22 Dana

WALL

MARTINEZ

#23 Ariana

#24 Iman

Fr. l Modesto, CA

Fr. l San Diego, CA

Sr. l Santa Rosa, CA

Sr. l Scottsdale, AZ

Fr. l Moorpark, CA

Sr. l Oakland, CA

#25 Taylor

BRITT

COCHRAN

SANDIFORD

#27 Chante’

#32 Alana

MUNGER

ELLIS

SNOW

LIEBERMAN

Sr. l Lake Stevens, WA

RJr. l Owings Mills, MD

So. l Honolulu, HI

Head Coach l 12 Yr.

Asst. Coach l 5th Yr.

Asst. Coach l 2nd Yr.



University of California, Los Angeles

Jillian

B.J.

BEARDE

Louise


UCLA SOCCER ROSTERS

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 32

Name Yiana Dimmitt Sydney Leroux Lauren Barnes Natalia Ledezma Zakiya Bywaters Amelia Mathis Jenna Richmond Summer Williams Ahsha Smith Charney Burk Chelsea Cline Chelsea Braun Courtney Lovelace Sierra Mack Crystal Shaffie Liz Zadro Lucretia Lee Kylie Wright Jalissa Freeman Kylie Facinelli Elise Britt Dana Wall Ariana Martinez Iman Bearde Taylor Cochran Chante’ Sandiford Alana Munger

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

Ht. 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-2 5-1 5-4 5-9 5-5 5-4 5-3 5-1 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-9 6-0

Yr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. RJr. So.

Hometown (High School/College) Redwood City, CA (Woodside) Vancouver, BC, Canada (Horizon) Upland, CA (Upland) La Mirada, CA (La Mirada) Las Vegas, NV (Rancho) Ventura, CA (Buena) Centreville, VA (Centreville) Orinda, CA (Miramonte) Oakland, CA (Skyline) North Tustin, CA (Foothill/Portland) Des Moines, IA (Shattuck-St. Mary’s) Woodside, CA (Woodside) San Diego, CA (Westview) Anaheim, CA (Fullerton) San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty) Huntington Beach, CA (Mater Dei) Bothell, WA (Cedar Park Christian) Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Tesoro) Modesto, CA (James C. Enochs) San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic) Santa Rosa, CA (Montgomery) Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral) Moorpark, CA (Moorpark) Oakland, CA (Bishop O’Dowd/Portland State) Lake Stevens, WA (Lake Stevens) Owings Mills, MD (McDonogh School/Villanova) Honolulu, HI (Punahou)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 3 24 12 21 10 5 11 25 1 20 19 4 17 2 13 14 23 6 32 7 27 15 9 22 8 18 16

Name Lauren Barnes Iman Bearde Chelsea Braun Elise Britt Charney Burk Zakiya Bywaters Chelsea Cline Taylor Cochran Yiana Dimmitt Kylie Facinelli Jalissa Freeman Natalia Ledezma Lucretia Lee Sydney Leroux Courtney Lovelace Sierra Mack Ariana Martinez Amelia Mathis Alana Munger Jenna Richmond Chante’ Sandiford Crystal Shaffie Ahsha Smith Dana Wall Summer Williams Kylie Wright Liz Zadro

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

Ht. 5-5 5-8 5-5 5-8 5-3 5-1 5-1 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-2 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-3 5-4 6-0 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-9

Yr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. RJr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Hometown (High School/College) Upland, CA (Upland) Oakland, CA (Bishop O’Dowd/Portland State) Woodside, CA (Woodside) Santa Rosa, CA (Montgomery) North Tustin, CA (Foothill/Portland) Las Vegas, NV (Rancho) Des Moines, IA (Shattuck-St. Mary’s) Lake Stevens, WA (Lake Stevens) Redwood City, CA (Woodside) San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic) Modesto, CA (James C. Enochs) La Mirada, CA (La Mirada) Bothell, WA (Cedar Park Christian) Vancouver, BC, Canada (Horizon) San Diego, CA (Westview) Anaheim, CA (Fullerton) Moorpark, CA (Moorpark) Ventura, CA (Buena) Honolulu, HI (Punahou) Centreville, VA (Centreville) Owings Mills, MD (McDonogh School/Villanova) San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty) Oakland, CA (Skyline) Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral) Orinda, CA (Miramonte) Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Tesoro) Huntington Beach, CA (Mater Dei)

TEAM STAFF Head Coach: Jillian Ellis (12th Year, William & Mary ‘88) Assistant Head Coach: B.J. Snow (5th Year, Indiana ‘00) Assistant Coach: Louise Lieberman (2nd Year, UCLA ‘00) Vol. Assistant Coach: Nat Gonzalez (1st Year, UCLA ‘95) Team Managers: Kerry Bradley, Marissa Campbell Staff Athletic Trainer: Pamela Guglietti

ROSTER BREAKDOWN By Height

By Position

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

Forwards (5): Bearde, Freeman, Leroux, Smith, Zadro

Munger Richmond Sandiford Zadro Bearde Britt Cochran Dimmitt Facinelli Lee Leroux Wright Freeman Lovelace Mack Shaffie Wall Barnes Braun Williams Mathis Smith Burk Martinez Ledezma Bywaters Cline

By Class Freshmen (7): Braun, Facinelli, Freeman, Ledezma, Martinez, Richmond, Shaffie Sophomores (7): Bywaters, Cline, Lee, Lovelace, Mack, Munger, Smith

Midfielders (13): Braun, Britt, Burk, Bywaters, Cline, Cochran, Facinelli, Ledezma, Mack, Richmond, Shaffie, Wall, Wright Defenders (6): Barnes, Mathis, Williams, Lovelace, Lee, Martinez Goalkeepers (3): Dimmitt, Munger, Sandiford

By State Arizona (1): Wall California (18): Barnes, Bearde, Braun, Britt, Burk, Dimmitt, Facinelli, Freeman, Ledezma, Lovelace, Mack, Martinez, Mathis, Shaffie, Smith, Williams, Wright, Zadro Hawai’i (1): Munger Iowa (1): Cline Maryland (1): Sandiford Nevada (1): Bywaters Virginia (1): Richmond Washington (2): Cochran, Lee

Internationals Canada (1): Leroux

Juniors (6): Burk, Dimmitt, Leroux, Mathis, Sandiford, Williams Seniors (7): Barnes, Bearde, Britt, Cochran, Wall, Wright, Zadro

Pronunciation Guide Iman Bearde Zakiya Bywaters Yiana Dimmitt Sydney Leroux Alana Munger Chante’ Sandiford

Beard Za-KEE-uh YEE-ahn-a Le-Roo A-LON-Uh Shon-Tay www.uclabruins.com

NUMERICAL ROSTER

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HEAD COACH JILLIAN ELLIS

Jillian

ELLIS Head Coach 12th Season William & Mary ‘88

Jillian Ellis enters her 12th season at the helm of the UCLA women’s soccer program. She was hired on July 8, 1999 as the third head coach in program history following previous coaches Joy Fawcett (1993-97) and Todd Saldana (1998). During her 11 seasons in Westwood, Ellis has transformed the Bruins into one of the premier programs in the nation, as UCLA is annually in the hunt for the national title. She has led UCLA to eight appearances in the NCAA College Cup, including seven in a row from 2003-09. Her College Cup appearances have been highlighted with three trips to the championship match (2000, 2004 and 2005). Ellis owns a record of 216-37-12 (.838) at UCLA, while her overall coaching record, which includes two seasons at the University of Illinois, stands at 235-55-12 (.798). Ellis’ impact on the UCLA program was felt almost immediately, as she led the Bruins to the school’s first-ever NCAA College Cup in just her second season as head coach in 2000. UCLA entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 6 seed that season, marching all the way to the NCAA Final against perennial power North Carolina. Although the Bruins would lose a hard-fought battle 2-1, UCLA made it clear to the rest of the country that it had arrived as one of college soccer’s elite programs. Ellis was awarded the NSCAA/adidas National Coach of the Year Award for her efforts with the 2000 team. Ellis’ first Pac-10 Championship came the following season in 2001, as the Bruins finished the conference season with a 8-1 record. That season also marked the first time in program history that UCLA reached the 20-win mark, as the Bruins finished the year with a 20-3 overall record. After narrowly missing the NCAA College Cup in 2001 and 2002, Ellis led UCLA back to the Final Four in 2003. It would begin an incredible run of five straight appearances in college soccer’s biggest event. Ellis has guided the Bruins to two more NCAA Finals appearances since the first in 2000, as UCLA fell to Notre Dame in the first-ever championship match decided by penalty kicks in 2004, and to Portland in 2005. The 2005 team would set the school record for wins in a season, ending the year 22-2-2 overall. UCLA has enjoyed tremendous success the last two years, making the program’s fifth and six straight appearances in the NCAA College Cup, along with posting a perfect 18-0 record in Pac-10 play. After posting another undefeated conference season in 2008, UCLA became the only school in Pac-10 history to win six straight league titles. Ellis was rewarded for her coaching at the end of the 2007 campaign, as she was named Pac-10 Coach of the Year for the second time in her career.

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Ellis’ Year-By-Year Coaching Record (1997-2008) Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

School Illinois Illinois UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Record 7-10-0 12-8-0 15-5-1 19-4-1 20-3-0 18-4-0 20-2-3 18-7-0 22-2-2 21-4-0 20-2-2 22-1-2 21-3-1

Career Totals 235-55-12 (.798)



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NCAA Finish N/A N/A T-9th 2nd T-5th T-9th T-3rd 2nd 2nd T-3rd T-3rd T-3rd T-3rd

Conference Finish 10th 8th 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st T-1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Head coach Jillian Ellis with seniors Kylie Wright (left) and Lauren Barnes.

A master recruiter, Ellis continues to attract some of the top players in the country to Westwood year in and year out. Ellis’ recruiting classes have twice been named No. 1 overall by Soccer Buzz Magazine (2000 and 2007), while eight of her classes have been ranked in the top 10 nationally. Seven of those classes have been ranked in the top five. In addition to her efforts in the college game, Ellis has also excelled at the international level, recently serving as assistant coach for the gold-medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team at the 2008 Beijing Games. She has also enjoyed several successful coaching stints with both the U-20 and U-21 U.S. Youth National Teams, leading the U-21s to Nordic Cup titles in 2000 and 2005. She also coached her current team, the U-20s, to a CONCACAF Championship in January of this year. Ellis’ other projects with U.S. Soccer include serving as a consultant with 2000 U.S. Olympic Team in Sydney, Australia, and working extensively with the Under-16 U.S. National Team. Ellis came to Westwood after heading the University of Illinois women’s soccer program for two years. In 1998, she brought the Fighting Illini to a 12-8 record and a first-ever Big-Ten Tournament berth. In the program’s first year in 1997, the Illini ranked among the leaders in the Big Ten in attendance. Prior to heading up the University of Illinois program, Ellis served as an assistant coach at the University of Virginia for one year (1996-97), at Maryland for three years (1994-96) and at North Carolina State for another three years (1988-90). As an assistant coach at North Carolina State, Ellis helped the Wolfpack secure the 1988 Atlantic Coast Conference title and an NCAA Final Four appearance. In 1993, at the University of Maryland, she helped lead the Terrapins to the 1995 NCAA quarterfinals. A forward at the College of William & Mary from 1984-87, Ellis was a third-team AllAmerican in 1987 and an honorable mention all-region selection in 1985. She was also a member of the Intercollegiate Soccer Association of America Senior Recognition Team in 1987. In 1984, Ellis led the Braddock Road Club in Virginia to the Under-19 national championship. Ellis is the daughter of legendary soccer coach John Ellis, who is a former assistant coach with the U.S. Women’s National Team and has directed the Soccer Academy in Manassas, Virginia since 1984. John was a longtime soccer ambassador for the British government, helping to create soccer programs worldwide. He also served as head coach for the Trinidad and Tobago national team. Ellis’ brother, Paul Ellis, is also a soccer coach. In 1998, he was head coach for the Region I U-17 team. A former assistant coach at George Mason University, he currently works full-time with his father at the Soccer Academy. Jillian Ellis grew up in Portsmouth, England and came to the United States in 1981 at the age of 15. She also lived in Singapore for two years while her father helped to develop a national soccer program in that country. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in English Literature and Composition from the College of William & Mary in 1988 and currently resides in Los Angeles.

Winningest Active Coaches (NCAA Division I) Name 1. Anson Dorrance, North Carolina 2. Bill Irwin, Portland 3. Jillian Ellis, UCLA 4. Randy Waldrum, Notre Dame 5. Mark Krikorian, Florida St. 6. Becky Burleigh, Florida 7. Chris Petrucelli, Texas 8. Jennifer Rockwood, BYU 9. Len Tsantiris, UConn 10. Jerry Smith, Santa Clara

Yrs. 31 7 13 20 16 20 20 15 29 23

Record 696-36-22 137-19-7 235-55-12 339-84-21 260-71-18 346-93-29 318-95-31 246-74-23 474-145-43 356-109-36

(Pct.) .938 .862 .798 .787 .771 .770 .751 .751 .749 .747


ASSISTANT COACHES

B.J.

Louise

Assistant Head Coach Fifth Season Indiana ‘00

Assistant Coach Second Season UCLA ‘00

SNOW

B.J. Snow enters his fifth season on the UCLA coaching staff, and second year as assistant head coach after being elevated to the position in February of 2009. Prior to being named assistant head coach, Snow served as an assistant from 2007-08. He joined the program as a volunteer assistant coach in 2006. “B.J. has been a valuable part of our program’s success,” says Ellis. “His commitment and passion for UCLA is evident every day he works with our players.” Snow arrived at UCLA after spending four years as the head men’s coach at his former high school, Portage Central in Kalamazoo, Mich. During his tenure at PCHS, he led the Mustangs to three Southern Michigan Athletic Conference (SMAC) titles, including three district championships. In addition, Portage Central set the school record for wins in both 2004 (19) and 2005 (20). He also coached NSCAA/adidas National High School Player of the Year Eric Alexander, who now plays at Indiana. Snow was an assistant with the girl’s team at the school. A four-year starter on defense at Indiana from 1996-99, Snow helped the Hoosiers capture four-straight Big Ten titles, including back-to-back national championships in 1998 and 1999. Indiana’s record during his time in Bloomington was 81-8-3. In addition to his efforts in the college game, Snow is also an assistant with the Under-20 U.S. Women’s National Team, which recently competed at the 2010 FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Germany. Snow is married to U.S. Women’s National team member Lindsay Tarpley.

Nat

GONZALEZ

LIEBERMAN

Former Bruin player Louise Lieberman enters her second season on the UCLA coaching staff. She was named assistant coach in 2009, replacing Shannon MacMillan, who served two seasons on the Bruin coaching staff. Lieberman returned to UCLA after serving the last three years as Director of Coaching for the highly-competitive LA Rampage Futbol Club. Her primary position with the club included overseeing all 27 youth teams, while managing a staff of roughly 15 coaches. As director, she was also heavily involved in all parent/player relations with the club. Lieberman was hired by the Rampage to be the Director of Women’s Coaching in 2005 and was elevated to the main director position after just one year. Prior to her time with the Rampage, she served as former Bruin Paul Caligiuri’s assistant for both the men’s and women’s teams at Cal Poly Pomona in 2002. Lieberman has also been extensively involved with the Cal-South ODP team, coaching at both the U-14 and U-16 levels. As a player, Lieberman was a second-team All-Pac-10 selection at UCLA in 1995. She played in 78 games during her four-year career, helping the program claim its first two Pac-10 Championships in 1997 and ‘98. Lieberman’s career totals include 31 points on seven goals and 17 assists, and she still ranks in the top 10 all time (10th) at the school in career assists. UCLA made the NCAA Tournament in three of her four seasons, reaching the quarterfinals in 1997. Following her UCLA playing days, she played one year for the WUSA’s Washington Freedom during the league’s inaugural season of 2001. Lieberman was a standout at Beverly Hills High School from 1991-95, earning multiple MVP, all-league and All-CIF honors. She was named one of Soccer America’s Elite 11 Recruits as a senior in 1995. She also led her club team, the Fountain Valley Spirit, to a national championship in 1994. Lieberman served one year as an undergraduate assistant coach at UCLA in 1999 while finishing up her degree in sociology.

Volunteer Assistant Coach First Season UCLA ‘95

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Former Bruin men’s soccer player Nat Gonzalez, who was a member of UCLA’s 1990 NCAA Championship team, begins his first season on head coach Jillian Ellis’ staff. It actually marks Gonzalez’s second stint with the program, as he served as an interim coach while former head coach Joy Fawcett was playing with the Olympic team during the spring of 1996. Gonzalez comes to UCLA from San Diego State, where he served as an associate head coach for three seasons (2007-09). He recently helped the Aztecs to their first conference championship in 11 years, as the team went on to reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament before falling to UCLA. SDSU finished the 2009 season with a 15-4-5 overall record. An associate head coach at USC from 2004-06, Gonzalez worked with the team’s goalkeepers while dealing with all aspects of recruiting. Under his tutelage, the 2006 USC squad allowed just 21 goals, a mark which was the fewest in the Pac-10 that year and ranked 15th in the nation. In 2005, the Women of Troy’s recruiting class was ranked No. 1 in the country. Prior to joining the Women of Troy, Gonzalez started the men’s program at UC Riverside, serving as head coach for three seasons. He has also had assistant coaching stops at Cal Poly Pomona and the University of Washington. During his time in Seattle, Gonzalez helped the Huskies to consecutive Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) titles in 1998 and 1999. The team posted a 61-15-5 record over his five years.

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RETURNER BIOS

Lauren

BARNES 5-5 / Sr. / Defender Upland, Calif. Upland HS

Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 24-24 25-24 25-25 74-73

Shots 11 19 17 47

Goals 1 0 2 3

GWG 0 0 1 1

Assists 3 6 10 19

Points 5 6 14 25

U.S. National Team Member of the U.S. Under-23 National Team Recently helped the U-23s win the 2010 Four Nations Tournament in England l Has been a member of the U.S. National Team Program since the U-15 age group l Played for coach Jillian Ellis at the 2007 Pan American Games in Brazil (U-20) l Traveled with the U-20s to Mexico in 2007 l l

2009 Second-team All-Pac-10 selection One of just three players who started all 25 matches l Ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 14 points (2g, 10a) l Tied with Lauren Cheney for the team lead in assists with 10 l Scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 double-overtime victory over ASU on Oct. 11 l l

2008 Appeared in all 25 matches, starting 24 Ended the season with six points (0g, 6a) l Assisted on a 2-1 double-overtime victory against Oregon State on Nov. 7 l Also had an assist in a 6-1 victory over Duke in the NCAA Quarterfinals l Helped the UCLA defense rank No. 1 in the country in goals against average (0.23) l Member of a Bruin defense that surrendered just six goals in 25 matches l l

2007 Soccer America Freshman All-American Second-team Freshman All-American by Soccer Buzz Magazine l Named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team l One of six players to start all 24 matches l One of just two freshmen (Kylie Wright was the other) to start every match l Finished the season with five points (1g, 3a) l Scored her lone goal on the season in a 3-1 victory over Arizona State on Nov. 2 l Assisted on the game-winning goal in a 3-2 NCAA Quarterfinal victory over Portland l l

High School/Club Rated as the No. 2 overall recruit in the nation by RISE Magazine and Soccer Buzz Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of California l 2006 Parade All-American l 2006 NSCAA/adidas Girls Youth All-American l 2006 CIF-Southern Section Co-Player of the Year l Four-time first-team All-CIF selection l Played club soccer for Arsenal FC l l

Personal Born May 31, 1989 in Arcadia, Calif. Daughter of Joyce and Gary Barnes l Has one brother, Tyler l Enjoys drawing in her spare time l Sociology major

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RETURNER BIOS

Iman

Elise

5-8 / Sr. / Forward Oakland, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd HS Portland State

5-8 / Sr. / Midfielder Santa Rosa, Calif. Montgomery HS

BEARDE

BRITT

Career Statistics Year 2007* 2008* 2009 Totals

GP-GS 19-9 20-14 14-0 53-23

Shots 12 21 2 35

Career Statistics Goals 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

Assists 1 1 1 3

Points 1 1 1 3

Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 2-0 10-0 18-4 30-4

Shots 0 4 6 10

Goals 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 3 3

Points 0 0 3 3

* at Portland State

2009

2009

Appeared in 14 matches as a reserve l Notched an assist in the team’s 7-1 victory over Boise State in the NCAA First Round l Also had two shots on the season

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2007-08 @ Portland State

2008

Lettered two seasons at Portland State l Played in all 19 matches as a freshman in 2007 l Appeared in all 20 matches, making 14 starts, as a sophomore l Recorded first career point with an assist in a 4-1 win over North Florida (2007) l Also tallied an assist in 2-1 win over Northern Colorado (2008).

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High School/Club Four-year letterwinner at Bishop O’Dowd High School Helped the Dragons to the 2004 and 2005 Hayward Athletic League championship, and the 2005 NCS 2A championship l Played for the California Northstars U18 club team l Represented the West Region in the summer of 2006 on the USASA Regional team

Second-team All-Pac-10 Academic selection Played in 18 matches making four starts l Ended the season with three assists l Tallied two assists in a 5-1 victory over Oregon on Oct. 23 l

Appeared in 10 of the team’s 25 matches Tallied four shots on the season l Saw action in two matches during the NCAA Tournament (Fresno State and Duke) l

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Appeared in two matches as a true freshman in 2007 Saw action in regular-season wins over Hawai’i and San Diego State

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Personal Born December 17, 1988 Daughter of Nicolas and Darlene Bearde l 2004 NCS Scholar-Athlete l 2003-2004 Certificate of Merit recipient l Named to the Honor Roll in 2004 and 2005 l Is fluent in French

High School/Club Earned first-team All-North Bay League honors as a sophomore and junior Led Montgomery High School to three North Coast Section 3A titles l Earned North Coast Section MVP honors in 2006 l Played club soccer for the Santa Rosa United l Helped her club team capture the California State Cup in 2004 l Also claimed two Surf Cup titles in 2003 and 2004. l l

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RETURNING PLAYER BIOS

Zakiya

BYWATERS 5-1 / So. / Forward Las Vegas, Nev. Rancho HS

Career Statistics Year 2009

GP-GS 25-23

Shots 20

Goals 2

GWG 0

Assists 7

Points 11

U.S. National Team Was a member of the U.S. team that won the 2010 CONCACAF U-20 Championships in Guatemala in January of 2010 l Played in four matches during qualifying and had one assist l Played in 14 total matches for the USA in 2010 heading into the World Cup, including 12 international games l Scored one international goal, that coming against Mexico in a pre-World Cup friendly l Called into her first U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team camp in January of 2009 l Represented the U.S. Under-17 National Team at the Future Stars Tournament in New Zealand in 2008 l Earned five caps and scored one goal for the USA at the U-17 level, but was one of the last roster cuts for the World Cup Team l Played for the Under-16 U.S. National Team in 2007 l Attended the U.S. U-14 Development I.D. Camp in 2005 l

2009 Named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team Only freshman to play in all 25 matches l Made 23 starts l Ended the season with 11 points on three goals and seven assists l Registered a goal and an assist in a 3-2 double-overtime victory over ASU l Also had a goal and an assist in 5-1 win over Oregon l l

High School/Club Parade All-American (2009) ESPN RISE Top 50 Recruit (No. 17 overall) in class of 2009 l Listed as a four-star recruit (No. 21 overall) in the class of 2009 by Top Drawer Soccer l NSCAA/adidas Youth Girls All-Region IV selection (2008) l NSCAA/adidas Girls Youth All-American (2008) l NSCAA/adidas Girls Youth All-American (2007) l Played club soccer for Southern California Blues l Named to the adidas ESP Camp (2007) l l

Personal Full name is Zakiya Abeni Bywaters Born July 24, 1991 in Las Vegas, Nev. l Daughter of Thomas and Beverly Bywaters l Brothers are Omar and Jelani l Sister’s name is Kamilah l Admires Argentina’s Lionel Messi l Enjoys singing, dancing and reading in her spare time l

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Chelsea

Taylor

5-1 / So. / Midfielder Des Moines, Iowa Shattuck-St. Mary’s HS

5-8 / Sr. / Midfielder Lake Stevens, Wash. Lake Stevens HS

CLINE

COCHRAN

Career Statistics

Career Statistics Year 2009

GP-GS 23-13

Shots 11

Goals 3

GWG 1

Assists 6

Points 12

2009 Named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team Highest-scoring freshman on the team with 12 points (3g, 6a) l Scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 victory over Washington State l Other goals came in wins over Pepperdine and Oregon State l Had a team season-high three assists in a 7-1 win over Boise State in the NCAA First Round l Assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over No. 18 USC

Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 8-0 1-0 4-0 13-0

Shots 1 1 1 3

Goals 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0 0

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2007

Three-time Parade All-American (2007-09) l ESPN RISE Top 50 Recruit (No. 19 overall) in class of 2009 l Listed as a four-star recruit (No. 13 overall) in the class of 2009 by Top Drawer Soccer l Attended Shattuck-St. Mary’s High School l Named the school’s Women’s Athlete of the Year her sophomore through senior seasons l Two-time NSCAA/adidas Girls Youth All-American l NSCAA/adidas Youth Girls All-Region II selection (2008) l Has extensive experience with the U.S. Youth National Team Program l Former member of the U-15 and U-17 National Teams l Currently in the U-20 pool … Region II ODP Team (2004-09) l Iowa ODP State Team (2000-09) l Golden Boot winner at 2005 National Championships as a member of the Chicago Eclipse l adidas ESP Camp participant (2007) l Nike Premier 50 Camp (2006 & 2007)

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Full name is Chelsea Rae Cline Born November 2, 1990 in Des Moines, Iowa l Parents are Jim and Kim Cline l Older brother’s name is Nico l Admires former Chicago Bull Michael Jordan l Enjoys photography l l

Saw action in eight total matches Made her collegiate debut in a 3-0 win over San Francisco on Sept. 9 l Also played in two NCAA Tournament matches (CS Fullerton and Oklahoma State) l Recorded one shot on the season l

High School/Club Named a Top-75 Recruit Nationally by Soccer Buzz Magazine Two-time Washington All-State selection (1st-Team) l Former Region-IV ODP Team member l Played for Lake Stevens High School l Four-time first-team all-conference selection l Two-time Seattle Times All-Area l Three-time Everett Herald All-Area l Played club soccer for the NWN Fusion. l l

Personal Born March 25, 1989 in Everett, Wash. Daughter of Kevin and Jill Cochran l Has one sister, Whitney l Enjoys water skiing l Involved in Young Life l Has three dogs, Geeg, Hunter and Oliver l Environmental Science major. l

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Yiana

DIMMITT 5-8 / Jr. / Goalkeeper Redwood City, Calif. Woodside HS

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 7-1 6-1 13-2

Min. 130 186 316

Saves 4 12 16

Shutouts 0 0 0

GAA 0.00 3.39 1.99

W-L-T 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

2009 Appeared in six matches, starting her lone match at North Carolina on Aug. 22 Tallied a season-high six saves against UNC l Ended the season with a 3.39 goals against average, playing a total of 186 minutes l Appeared as a reserve in NCAA Tournament wins over Boise State and SDSU l l

2008 Played in seven matches, making one start Registered the first start of her career in a 0-0 draw with Brown on Sept. 14 l Recorded four saves on the season l Made two saves at UConn l Also tallied saves against Brown and Miami l Played 130 minutes on the year. l l

High School/Club Named one of the top 150 recruits in the country by Soccer Buzz Four-year letterwinner at Woodside High School in Woodside, Calif. l First-team All-Peninsula Athletic League selection as a freshman l Named a second-team selection by the Palo Alto Daily News as a sophomore l Team captain as a sophomore and senior l Three-time team MVP l Four-year member of the Cal-North ODP Team (2004-07) l Played on the Region IV ODP Team in 2005 and 2006 l Helped her club team, the MVLA Mercury, to a state championship in 2006 l The team also reached the state finals in 2007 l Attended the adidas ESP Camp in 2007 l Also played for her high school’s badminton team as a junior and senior l l

Personal Full name is Yiana Nicole Dimmitt Born January 29, 1990 in San Mateo, Calif. l Parents are Scott and Voula Dimmitt l Has two sisters, Alexa and Kristina l Enjoys traveling, playing badminton and staying active with other sports l Admires Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar l English major l

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Lucretia

LEE

5-7 / So. / Defender Bothell, Wash. Cedar Park Christian HS

Career Statistics Year 2009

GP-GS 22-7

Shots 5

Goals 0

GWG 0

Assists 1

Points 1

2009 Appeared in 22 matches, making seven starts Played in all five matches during the NCAA Tournament l Notched an assist in a 3-0 victory over Virginia in the NCAA Round of 16 l Helped UCLA’s defense surrender less than a goal per game (0.88) l l

High School/Club ESPN RISE Top 50 Recruit (No. 40 overall) in class of 2009 Listed as a three-star recruit (No. 70 overall) in the class of 2009 by Top Drawer Soccer l NSCAA/adidas Youth Girls All-Region IV selection (2008) l First-team All-State selection at Cedar Park Christian High School l Metro League Rookie of the Year (2005) l Played club soccer for the Washington Crossfire Premier l Super Y-League ODP National Camp (2007) l Under-16 U.S. National Team Camp (2007) l Washington State Champion in track & field (400m) l Holds high school records for the 100m, 200m, 400m and 4x400 (anchor) l l

Personal Full name is Lucretia Rachelle Lee Born February 27, 1991 in Bellevue, Wash. l Father Mark played 11 years in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints l Mother’s name is Lorrie l Has two older siblings, Mark and Monique l Admires former Bruin sprinter and world record holder Florence Griffith-Joyner l Enjoys hiking and water skiing l

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Sydney

High School/Club Played high school soccer for Johnston Heights Secondary School in Surrey, BC Led the team in scoring as a freshman and sophomore l Also won Provincials in the 4x100 as a member of the track team l Youngest player to play for the Vancouver Whitecaps Club at the age of 15 l Won Provincials three years in a row with the Coquitlam City Wild l Won a championship with Team BC at the Canada Games in 2005 l Helped Eastside HS (Seattle, Wash.) to a state title in 2006 l Also helped Sereno HS (Scottsdale, Ariz.) to state titles in 2007 and 2008 l

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5-7 / Jr. / Forward Vancouver, BC, Canada Horizon HS

Personal Full name is Sydney Rae Leroux Born May 7, 1990 in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada l Parents are Ray and Sandi l Sisters are Shayla and Novara l Brothers are Tye and Tory l Has a dog named Bella l Admires former club coaches Les Armstrong and Chico Munoz l l

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 19-18 24-24 43-42

Shots 50 98 148

Goals 5 23 28

GWG 2 7 9

Assists 6 2 8

Points 16 48 64

U.S./Canada National Team One of the most dangerous forwards in the world at the U-20 level The USA’s most capped player and highest scorer at the U-20 level l Has scored 30 U-20 goals in 36 total international games l A member of the U.S. team that won the 2010 CONACAF U-20 Women’s Championships in Guatemala l Scored the winning goal in the final minutes of the 1-0 victory over Mexico in the champion game l Started all five games in Guatemala and led the USA in scoring with six goals, scoring two each against Jamaica and T&T and two against Mexico, one in group play and one in the final l Also a key member of the U.S. team that won the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Chile l Became the first American since Carin Gabarra in 1991 to win the Golden Ball as the tournament’s top player at a FIFA Women’s World Cup l Also won the Golden Shoe as the tournament’s stop scorer with five goals, including the first one in the 2-1 championship game victory over North Korea l Has also represented Canada at the youth national team level l Member of Canada’s U-19 World Cup team in 2004 l Was the youngest player in the tournament at the age of 14 l Captain of Canada’s U-15 team that traveled to Germany in 2005 l Moved over to the U.S. side as a 16-year old l l

2009 Semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy NSCAA/adidas third-team All-American l Named to Soccer America’s MVP second team l Second-team All-Pac-10 selection l Named to the 2009 NCAA All-Tournament Team l Led UCLA in scoring with 48 points (23g, 2a) l Also ranked third in the Pac-10 in scoring l Ranked second in the Pac-10 in goals with 23 l Her 23 goals tied Lauren Cheney for the single-season school record l Set a new UCLA single-season NCAA scoring record with 16 points (8g, 0a) l l

2008 Played in 19 matches, making 18 starts Member of the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team l Third-team Freshman All-American by Soccer Buzz l Missed the NCAA Tournament while competing at the Under-20 World Championships l Scored in her first collegiate match, tallying the game winner in a victory over UCSB l Other game-winning goal came in a 3-0 victory at UConn l Ranked sixth on the team in scoring with 16 points (5g, 6a) l

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Courtney

Sierra

5-6 / So. / Defender San Diego, Calif. Westview HS

5-6 / So. / MF-D Anaheim, Calif. Fullerton HS

LOVELACE

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High School/Club

High School/Club

ESPN RISE Second-Team All-American (2009) l Four-year letterwinner at Westview High School in San Diego, Calif. l Team captain and MVP as a senior l Helped Westview to three straight CIF Section Championships l CIF All-Section Division I Player of the Year (2009) l Union Tribune All-Valley League Player of the Year (2009) l North County Times All-Valley League Player of the Year (2009) l CIF San Diego All-Section First Team (2009) l Union Tribune All-Section First Team (2009) l North County Times All-CIF First Team (2009) l All-North County First Team (2009) l Union Tribune All-Academic First Team (2009) l Also, ran track (varsity hurdles) and played volleyball in high school l Played club soccer for San Diego Surf, helping lead them to an appearance in the 2007 Region 4 championships l Played for the SeaLions of the WPSL.

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High School/Club Full name is Courtney Nicole Lovelace Born December 28, 1990 l Daughter of Miles and Patty Lovelace l Has one brother, Ryan, and a sister, Brittany l Enjoys playing beach volleyball, snowboarding, hanging out with friends, and vacationing with her family. l l

Region IV ODP team (2006-08) Cal-South ODP team (2006-09) l Helped Cal-South team to two regional championships (2007 & 2008) l All-CIF selection (2006 & 2007) l First-team All-Freeway League (2006-08) l Freeway League Defensive Player of the Year (2007) l Led Fullerton High School to a league championship as a freshman (2006) l Finished her senior season with 23 goals and 16 assists (ranked fourth in Orange County) l Helped her club team, the Irvine Strikers, to a U.S. Club Soccer National Cup Championship (2007) l Also a member of Irvine Strikers’ USYSA National Championship (2006) l Also played club soccer for the Slammers FC l

Personal Full name is Sierra Alisha Mack Born October 24, 1991 in Newport Beach, Calif. l Parents are Wayne and Jamie Mack l Has two younger sisters, Shianne and Skyler l Admires Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant l Enjoys hanging out with friends and shopping in her spare time l l

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Amelia

Alana

5-4 / Jr. / Defender Ventura, Calif. Buena HS

6-0 / So. / Goalkeeper Honolulu, Hawai’i Punahou HS

MATHIS

MUNGER

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 23-1 16-0 39-1

Shots 3 1 4

2009 Goals 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

Assists 0 2 2

Points 0 2 2

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High School/Club Member of the ESPN RISE Winter Girls’ All-America Team (2nd team) Four-year letterwinner at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawai’i l Attended the same high school as President Barack Obama l Helped Punahou to the 2009 Hawai’i State Championship l Hawai’i ODP State Team (2004-07) l Member of the HHSAA Girls Soccer Championships Division I All-Tournament Team (2009) l Played club soccer for the Leahi SC, helping the team to six straight Hawai’i State Championships (2003-08) l Also helped the team to a U-19 Surf Cup Championship (2008) l l

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Called into camp with the Under-18 U.S. National Team in February of 2008

2009 Appeared as a reserve in 16 matches Ended the season with two points on two assists l Assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over No. 11 Illinois on Sept. 4 l Other assist came in a 5-1 victory over Oregon on Oct. 23 l l

2008 Played in 23 of 25 matches l Lone start came in the season opener against UC Santa Barbara l Member of a UCLA defense that ranked No. 1 in the country in GAA (0.23) l Helped the team surrender just six goals in 25 matches l Team also posted a school record 19 shutouts l The Bruin defense never allowed more than one goal in any match l Took three shots on the season. l

High School/Club Excelled at both track and basketball at Buena High School in Ventura, Calif. Did not play high school soccer l Plays for the Eagles Soccer Club out of Camarillo, Calif. l First-team Los Angeles Times selection for soccer in 2008 l Helped the Eagles to a pair of U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in 2004 (U-14) and 2007 (U-17) l Also won a national championship with the Cal-South ODP team in 2006 l Two-time first-team all-league selection as a point guard on Buena’s basketball team l Named second-team all-county as a senior l Four-time Defensive Player of the Year l Four-time first-team all-league selection in track & field l Ran a 2.14.65 in the 800-meters, breaking Buena’s 16-year record l Placed third in the 400 at the Ventura County Championships in 2007 l Ventura Chamber of Commerce Female Student of the Year l l

Personal Full name is Amelia Rochelle Mathis Born March 4, 1990 in Ventura, Calif. l Daughter of Reece and Elaine Mathis l Three brothers are Reece, Ronnie and Dewayne l Sister’s name is Veronica l First cousin Eric Turner played football at UCLA before going on to the NFL l Other first cousin Derek Swafford played football at Cal l Enjoys playing basketball, running and hanging out with family and friends l Would like to someday work in a school and possibly coach l

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Personal Full name is Alana Mary Munger Born October 14, 1990 in Honolulu, Hawai’i l Parents are Brenner and Lisa Munger l Father is an engineer and mother is a lawyer l Older sister’s name is Kate l Admires U.S. National Team goalkeeper Hope Solo l Enjoys cooking, watching classic movies and hanging out with friends l Favorite TV show is I Love Lucy l Also enjoys musical theatre l l


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Chante’

SANDIFORD 5-9 / RJr. / Goalkeeper Owings Mills, Md. McDonogh School Villanova Career Statistics Year 2009

GP-GS 24-23

Min. 2101

Saves 60

Shutouts 9

GAA 0.64

W-L-T 21-2-1

2009 Appeared in 24 matches, making 23 starts Ranked second in the Pac-10 with nine shutouts l Also ranked second in the Pac-10 in goals against average (0.64) l Posted a 21-2-1 record in goal l Her 21 wins ranks second all-time on the UCLA single-season charts l Surrendered just 15 goals all season l Notched a season-high five saves in a 1-1 tie at San Diego l l

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2007 @ Villanova l

Redshirted as a freshman at Villanova

High School/Club Second team all-state and All-Metro selection at the McDonogh School Team was ranked in the top 20 in the nation l Scored 66 goals during her scholastic career l Also lettered for three years in track and one year in basketball l School record holder in the shot put and discus l Won three Maryland state titles with her club team the Bethesda Rapids l l

High School/Club Full name is Chante’ Sherese Sandiford Born Jan. 1, 1990 in Bethpage, New York l Daughter of Wendell and Stella Sandiford l Youngest of four children l Brother’s name is Creus l Sisters are Isha and Keisha l Lists beating the Ottawa Fury in the W-League semifinals this past summer as her greatest athletic thrill l Admires U.S. Men’s National Team goalkeeper Tim Howard l Enjoys playing the clarinet and saxophone l Has sang the National Anthem at several Bruin soccer games l Career objective is to join the FBI l

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Ahsha

SMITH 5-4 / So. / Forward Oakland, Calif. Skyline HS

Career Statistics Year 2009

GP-GS 14-3

Shots 11

Goals 1

GWG 0

Assists 3

Points 5

2009 Appeared in 14 matches, making three starts Ended the season with five points on a goal and three assists l Lone goal came in a 6-1 home win over Utah l Had assists in wins over Florida, UCSB and Arizona State l Took 11 shots on the season l l

High School/Club Parade All-American (2009) ESPN RISE Top 50 Recruit (No. 24 overall) in class of 2009 l Under-16 U.S. National Team Camp (2007) l Current pool player with Under-18 U.S. National Team l Four-year member of Region IV ODP team l Four-year member of Cal-North ODP State team l Teammate of fellow freshman Sophie Metz on the Pleasanton Rage l Helped the Rage to a pair of regional championships in 2007 and 2009 l Team also finished third at nationals those two seasons l Also led the Rage to a regional championship at the U-16 level l l

Personal Full name is Ahsha Chanee Smith Born Jan. 21, 1991 in Hayward, Calif. l Parents names are Rik and Lisa Smith l Brother’s name is Indar l Sister is Sumariya l Admires LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers l Enjoys doing yoga l Brother-in-law Michael Norris is a former member of the UCLA football team l

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Dana

WALL 5-6 / Sr. / MF-F Scottsdale, Ariz. Chaparral HS

Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 24-1 11-0 16-0 51-1

Shots 3 3 3 9

Goals 0 1 0 1

GWG 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0 0

Points 0 2 0 2

2009 Appeared in 16 matches as a reserve Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 Academic selection l Played in NCAA Tournament matches against Boise State and San Diego State l l

2008 Played in 11 matches Scored her first career goal, capping the scoring in the 72nd minute in a 6-1 victory over Duke in the NCAA Quarterfinals l Also played in NCAA Tournament games against USC (round of 16) and North Carolina (semifinals) l Saw action at both defender and midfielder l Ended the year with six shots l l

2007 Played in all 24 matches, making one start One of just three freshmen to play in every match l Used primarily on defense l Helped the Bruin defense surrender just 16 goals in 24 matches l Also helped UCLA rank in the top 20 nationally (#17) in goals against average in 2007 (0.65) l Took three shots on the year l l

High School/Club Five-year Member of Arizona’s ODP State team Also played on the ODP Region-IV team from 2002-04 l Played club for the Sereno Soccer Club l Helped Sereno capture the Arizona State Cup in 2004, advancing to regionals l Did not play high school soccer l l

Personal Born Sept. 27, 1988 in Lewiston, New York Parents are Susan and Clarence Wall l Sister April played soccer at Stanford l Enjoys photography l Communications Studies major l

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Summer

WILLIAMS 5-5 / Jr. / Defender Orinda, Calif. Miramonte HS

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 17-0 20-4 37-4

Shots 8 4 12

Goals 1 0 1

GWG 0 0 0

Assists 1 4 5

Points 3 4 7

2009 Appeared in 20 matches, making four starts Ended the season with four points on four assists l Notched a pair of assists in a 5-1 victory over Oregon on Oct. 23 l Also had assists in wins over Long Beach State (8/30) and Utah (9/18) l l

2008 Appeared in 17 of 25 matches as a freshman Ended the season with three points on a goal and an assist l Scored her only goal of the year in a 3-0 victory over UC Irvine on Sept. 7 l Assist came in a 6-1 win over Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament l Ended the season with eight shots. l l

High School/Club Four-year letterwinner at Miramonte High School in Orinda, Calif. Named one of the top 75 recruits in the country by Soccer Buzz l Diablo Foothill Athletic League MVP in 2006 and 2007 l Led the league in goals and assists in 2007 l Helped Miramonte to a pair of league championships as a junior and senior l Also led her high school to the North Coast Section Championship in 2008 l Named one of the top 100 Bay Area Athletes in 2007 by the Contra Costa Times l Member of the NorCal ODP State Team in 2006 and 2007 l Selected to the Region IV ODP Team in 2007 l Helped her club team, the Mustang Fury, to the State Cup final in 2008 l Team also reached the semifinals 2006 and 2007 l Played tennis and ran track as a freshman in high school l Qualified for the North Coast Section Championships in the mile l l

Personal Parents are Maile and Randy Williams Brother, Ford, attends Cal l Father played water polo at Cal l Enjoys playing all sports and spending time in Lake Tahoe l Attended the same high school as former UCLA goalkeeper Valerie Henderson l Sociology major l

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Kylie

Personal Born May 13, 1989 in Newport Beach, Calif. Daughter of Karen and Todd Elgin l Has two younger brothers, Troy and Mikah l Enjoys going to the beach, shopping, surfing l Sociology major l

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5-7 / Sr. / Midfielder Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Tesoro HS

Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 24-24 24-24 20-19 68-67

Shots 16 27 28 71

Goals 0 1 3 4

GWG 0 0 1 1

Assists 2 1 2 5

Points 2 3 8 13

U.S. National Team Member of the U.S. Under-23 National Team Recently helped the U-23s win the 2010 Four Nations Tournament in England l Traveled to Northern Ireland with the Under-23 National Team in May of 2009 l Member of the U-20 squad that traveled to the Pan American Games in Brazil in the summer of 2007 l Has also traveled to England with the U-20s l Former member of the U-17 U.S. squad l Has been involved with the National Team Program since the U-15 level l l

2009 Played in 20 matches, making 19 starts Ended the season with eight points on three goals and two assists l Scored the team's first goal in a 2-1 victory over No. 2 Portland in the NCAA Quarterfinals l Also had a goal in the team’s 5-0 victory over SDSU in the NCAA Second Round l Assisted on the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Stanford in the NCAA Semifinals l l

2008 Started 24 of 25 matches Second-team All-Pac-10 selection l Third-team All-Region selection by Soccer Buzz l Scored her first career goal in a 3-0 victory over Miami on Sept. 19 l Notched her lone assist of the year in a 6-1 victory over Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament l Ended the year with three points l Also had 27 shots l l

2007 One of just six players, and two freshmen, to start all 24 matches Second-team Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American l Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection l Also named to the Pac-10’s All-Freshman Team l Ended the season with two points on two assists l First assist came in a 6-0 win over Hawai’i on Sept. 23 l Also had an assist in a 3-0 victory over Arizona on Nov. 4 l l

High School/Club Listed as the No. 6 recruit in the nation by RISE Magazine Also rated as the No. 8 overall recruit by Soccer Buzz Magazine l First-team Parade All-American l Member of the 2006 NSCAA/adidas Girls Youth All-America team l First-team All-CIF selection at Tesoro High School l Played club soccer for the Southern California Blues l Played volleyball as a freshman in high school l

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Liz

ZADRO 5-9 / Sr. / Forward Huntington Beach, Calif. Mater Dei

Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 6-0 17-0 22-0 45-0

Shots 1 3 8 12

Goals 0 2 3 5

GWG 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 1 1

Points 0 4 7 11

2009 Appeared in 22 matches as a reserve Ended the season with seven points on three goals and an assist l Had a goal in the team’s 7-1 victory over Boise State in the NCAA First Round l Also had goals in wins over Long Beach State and Oregon State l Lone assist of the year came in a 6-1 victory over Utah l l

2008 Played in 17 of 25 matches Tallied four points on the year with two goals l Scored her first career goal in a 7-0 win at Portland State on Aug. 30 l Also scored in a 3-0 victory over New Mexico on Sept. 21 l Appeared in three of the team’s four matches during the NCAA Tournament l Ended the season with four shots l l

2007 Came off the bench to appear in six matches Tallied her lone shot of the year against Cal State Northridge on Sept. 16 l Also saw time against USF, Hawai’i, San Diego State, Oregon and Arizona State l l

High School/Club Played with the Cal South ODP State team First-team All-CIF selection l First-team All-Trinity League as a senior l First-team All-Orange County l Second-team All-Serra League selection as a sophomore l MVP at the Southern California All-Star Game l Also a member of Southern California All-Star Team l Plays club soccer for the Cypress FC l Helped Cypress FC capture the League Cup title in 2006 l l

Personal Born April 13, 1989 in Newport Beach, Calif. Daughter of Zlatko and Becky Zadro l Has one brother, Alex l Would possibly like to pursue a career in business after college l Anthropology major l

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Chelsea

Charney

5-5 / Fr. / Midfielder Woodside, Calif. Woodside HS

5-3 / Jr. / Midfielder North Tustin, Calif. Foothill HS University of Portland

BRAUN

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mention ESPN RISE All-American in 2009 for Woodside High School and her club team the De Anza Force l Led Woodside in goals and assists her sophomore through senior years l Four-year team MVP l Four-time first-team all-conference selection l Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year in 2010 l Also a three-time member of the San Mateo County Elite 11 Team l Scholar-Athlete Award recipient from 2007-09 l Helped her club team, the De Anza Force, to three State Cup Championships (200810) l The team also reached the Surf Cup Finals in 2008 l Member of the CalNorth State Team since 2007 l Region-IV Camp player in 2008 and 2009 l Captain

PERSONAL l Full

name is Chelsea Sarah Braun February 26, 1992 in Redwood City, Calif. l Daughter of Doron and Lauren Braun l Older brother Jared plays rugby at Cal l Younger brother is named Alec l Enjoys snowboarding, filmmaking and hanging out with friends l Born

Career Statistics Year 2008* 2009* Totals

GP-GS 22-20 20-6 42-26

Shots 55 30 85

Goals 3 3 6

GWG 1 1 2

Assists 5 4 9

Points 11 10 21

* at Portland

U.S. National Team Has been involved with the U.S. National Team Program since the U-15 level Played in Holland with the U-16s l Also traveled to Spain with the U-18s l l

2008 @ Portland l Started

20 of 22 games in the Pilot midfield career goal came in an 8-0 win over Kennesaw State l Logged first multi-goal game with two strikes against Northern Arizona in a 7-0 win l Recorded assists in two of first three collegiate games played l Second highest freshman scorer on the team with 11 points l Played the fourth most minutes of any field player (1,619) l First

2009 @ Portland l Played

in 20 matches, starting six sixth on the team in scoring with 10 points (3g, 4a) l Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over No. 22 Oregon State l Scored a pair of goals in a 6-0 win at Pepperdine l Ranked

High School/Club l 2007

NSCAA Youth All-American Parade Magazine All-American l Four-year varsity player for head coach Steve Patterson at Foothill High School l MVP of the Sea View League as a senior l Three-time All-Sea View League First Team l Led team in goals and assists all four years l Cal South team captain from 2005-08 l 2008

l

Led state team to 2006 National Championship and 2005 and 2006 Regional Championships

l Region

IV Team (2004-08) with regional team to Italy in 2006

l Traveled l

Played club soccer for Slammers FC leading the squad to U.S. Club National Championships at the U-15 and U-16 levels

l Also

led the Southern California Blues to the 2004 club national championship

Personal l Full

name is Charney Albright Burk August 5, 1990 in Long Beach, Calif. l Parents are Bill and Robin Burk l Father played baseball at USC l Older brother is named Chad l Admires Argentina’s Diego Maradona l Born

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Kylie

Jalissa

5-8 / Fr. / Midfielder San Diego, Calif. Cathedral Catholic

5-6 / Fr. / Forward Modesto, Calif. James C. Enochs HS

FACINELLI

FREEMAN

U.S. National Team

High School/Club

l Currently

l

in the Under-18 U.S. National Team Player Pool l Has also played with the U.S. Under-15s

High School/Club l Member

of CalSouth ODP Team since 2005 Team member since 2007 l Helped the Region-IV Team to championship in 2009 l Played club soccer for the San Diego Surf from 2001-08 l Surf Club Player of the Year in 2005 l Joined the So. Cal Blues in 2008 l Invited to both the Nike Premier 50 and adidas ESP Camps l Three-year varsity letterman at Cathedral Catholic High School l Led the team in scoring as a junior l Named MVP that same season l Has helped Cathedral Catholic to a pair of league and CIF Championships l Also helped CCHS to a Southern California Regional Championship in 2008 l Graduated high school early to enroll at UCLA for the spring quarter l Region-IV

PERSONAL l Full

name is Kylie Alexis Facinelli June 26, 1992 in San Diego, Calif. l Mother’s name is Terri and stepdad’s name is Gus l Father’s name is Anthony l Three older stepbrothers are Augie, Will and Chris l Four younger half-sisters are McKenna, Shea, Kaelin and Dakota l Peaked the two highest mountains in Colorado in the same day l Enjoys cooking, traveling, listening to music and hanging out with friends l Admires Steve Nash of the NBA’s Phoenix Suns

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Played club soccer for the Pleasanton Rage Member of the CalNorth ODP State Team l Also a Region-IV Team member l Helped the Rage to a CalNorth State Cup semifinal appearance in 2008 l Also a member of the Mustang Earthquakes that advanced to the CalNorth State Cup and Region-IV finals in 2006 l Did not play high school soccer l Excelled in both track and basketball at James C Enochs High School in Modesto, Calif. l Lettered two years in basketball l Second-Team all-league selection as a freshman l First-team all-district selection as a sophomore l Lettered her freshman year as a sprinter on the track team l League champion in the 100m, 200m l Also anchored 4x100 relay team l San Joaquin Sub-Sections finalist in the 100m (12.6) l Holds high school record in the 100m (12.4) l Graduated from hight school a year early l

PERSONAL Full name is Jalissa Mariah Freeman December 3, 1992 in Modesto, Calif. l Daughter of James and Uen Freeman l Three sisters are named Jeneya, Justyce and Jaydyn l Enjoys watching football, basketball and spending time with family l Hopes to someday become and orthopedic surgeon l Admires Michael Jordan l

l Born


NEWCOMER BIOS

Natalia

Ariana

5-2 / Fr. / Midfielder La Mirada, Calif. La Mirada

5-3 / Fr. / Defender Moorpark, Calif. Moorpark

LEDEZMA

MARTINEZ

U.S. National Team

U.S. National Team

Has represented the U.S. at the U-15, U-17 and U-18 levels l Currently in the Under-18 U.S. National Team Player Pool l Starter on the U-18 Team that defeated Canada’s U-20s, 5-1 in July of 2009

l

High School/Club

High School/Club

Second-Team ESPN RISE All-American in 2009 l Member of ODP Region-IV Team since 2005 l Starter on ODP State Team l Won a national championship as a member of the Irvine Strikers before joining the Slammers FC l Played varsity soccer as a freshman at La Mirada High School l Named the team’s 2006 Rookie of the Year l Suburban League Division-lll Player of the Year in 2006 l Attended the adidas ESP Camp in 2008 l CIF Southern Section Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore

l

l

PERSONAL

l

Currently in the Under-18 U.S. National Team Player Pool Represented the U-18s in a 5-1 victory over Canada’s U-20s in July of 2009 in Boulder, Colo.

Named MVP at the Surf Cup in 2009 Member of the CalSouth ODP Team since 2005 l Region-IV ODP Team member since 2006 l Traveled with the Region-IV Team to San Jose, Costa Rica in 2007 l Helped the CalSouth Team to an ODP National Championship in 2009 l Four-year First-Team All-Marmonte League selection in both soccer and track l Holds high school track records in both the 4x100 and 4x400 events l Moorpark High School Soccer MVP in 2009 l MVP Sprinter for the track team in 2008 and 2009 l First-Team All-Ventura County in 2009 (track) l Played club soccer for Real So Cal l

l

Personal

l Born

l

Full name is Natalia Brittanny Ledezma March 3, 1992 in Lakewood, Calif. l Daughter of Jose and Debra Ledezma l Three older brothers are Christopher, Joey and Joshua l Older sister is named Chantel

Full name is Ariana Giselle Martinez is Yaya l Born January 25, 1992 in Pasadena, Calif. l Daughter of Jose and Julie Martinez l Younger sister’s name is Xandrie l Admires soccer players David Villa (Spain) and Marta (Brazil) l Also admires UCLA’s Jackie Robinson l Enjoys going to the beach and hanging out with family and friends l Mother also attended UCLA l Nickname

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Jenna

Crystal

5-9 / Fr. / Midfielder Centreville, Va. Centreville HS

5-6 / Fr. / Midfielder San Jose, Calif. Archbishop Mitty HS

RICHMOND

SHAFFIE

U.S. National Team

High School/Club

A member of the U.S. team that won the 2010 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championships in Guatemala l Started three games in the tournament l Also a member of the U-20 U.S. team that competed at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in Germany l Played in 13 matches for the USA in 2010 before the U-20 Women’s World Cup including nine international games l First training camp with the U.S. U-20s cam in January of 2009 l An ACL injury knocked her out of what was likely a spot on the 2008 U-17 Women’s World Cup Team l Played for the U.S. U-17s during most of 2008 l Played for the U.S. U-16s and U-15 in 2007 l Attended the U.S. Soccer U-14 I.D. Camp in 2006

l

l

High School/Club Consensus No. 1 recruit in the class of 2010, earning the distinction by Top Drawer Soccer, ESPN and Takkle.com l 2007 and 2008 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American l 2009 and 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Virginia l Fairfax Sports Woman of the Year l 2009 and 2010 Parade All-American l Played U-18 and U-19 for the MPS Dragons l Played U-16 through U-18 with the McLean Freedom and U-12 through U-15 with the GSC Team America Premier l Won four consecutive State Cup titles with GSC (U-12, U-13, U-14, U-15) and U-17 and U-18 State Cup titles with the Freedom l Won Regionals at U-16s with the Freedom and went on to win the National Championship, where she received the Golden Boot as top scorer. l Participated in both soccer and cross-country at Centreville High School in Clifton, Va. l Washington Post Player of the Year in 2010 l Washington Post All-MET First-Team selection as a freshman, junior and senior l Two-time All-Northern Region selection in cross-country l Concorde District Champion in cross-country as a freshman l National Honor Society Member l Academic Award Recipient for both cross-country and soccer l

Personal Full name is Jenna Carroll Richmond Born December 18, 1991 in Alexandria, Va. l A member of the Key Club as well as the National Honor Society l On the Student Government Association Board as a senior l Likes to run, hang out with family and fiends and watch TV l Also likes to play street hockey l Favorite athletes are Lionel Messi and Larry Bird l

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Named to the 2010 ESPN Rise All-America Team Region-IV Team member in 2006, 2007 and 2009 l Traveled with Region-IV ODP team to Costa Rica in 2007 l Participated in the 2006 Interregional Championships in Coral Springs, Fla. and the 2009 Interregionals in Jackson, Miss. l CalNorth ODP State Team member l Participated in USL National ODP Camp in Cocoa, Fla. in 2007 l Played Varsity soccer at Presentation High School as a Freshman l Three-year varsity letterwinner at Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, Calif. l Mitty Team captain in 2008 and 2009 l West Coast Athletic League (WCAL) First-Team selection and WCAL Junior of the Year in 2009 l Played club soccer for the MVLA Avalanche l San Jose Mercury News second-team selection in 2008 and 2009 as a forward l San Jose Mercury News first team selection in 2009 and 2010 as a defender l Helped the team win CalNorth State Cup Championship in 2007 and reach Far West Regional semifinals and CalNorth State Cup Finals in 2008. l Also earned a varsity letter on the track & field team (800m) l

Personal Full name is Sheida Crystal Shaffie Born September 10, 1992 in San Jose, Calif. l Daughter of Moe and Mali Shaffie l Older siblings are Shawn and Michelle l Enjoys hiking, road trips and going to the beach l Is fluent in Farsi l l


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2009 STATS/RESULTS

SCORING & RESULTS

Sydney Leroux

Lauren Cheney

Chante’ Sandiford

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Overall Record: 21-3-1 (Home: 12-0-0; Away: 8-2-1; Neutral: 1-1-0) Pac-10 Record/Finish: 8-1-0/2nd NCAA Finish/Final NSCAA Ranking: T-3rd/3rd Player Sydney Leroux Lauren Cheney Kristina Larsen Lauren Barnes Chelsea Cline Zakiya Bywaters Kylie Wright Jenna Belcher Kara Lang Liz Zadro Dea Cook Ahsha Smith Lauren Wilmoth Summer Williams Elise Britt Sophie Metz Amelia Mathis Lucretia Lee Iman Bearde Whitney Sharpe Dana Wall Taylor Cochran

GP-GS 24-24 23-22 22-20 25-25 23-13 25-23 20-19 25-25 9-9 22-0 25-25 14-3 22-21 20-4 18-4 19-5 16-0 22-7 14-0 13-1 16-0 4-0

G 23 18 9 2 3 2 3 1 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

Pts. 48 46 24 14 12 11 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0

Shots 98 98 74 17 11 20 28 10 23 8 7 11 4 4 6 6 1 5 2 1 3 1

GWG YC-RC 7 3-1 5 3-0 3 4-0 1 1-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 1-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 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 1-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

UCLA Totals Opponent Totals

25-25 25-25

70 22

74 23

214 67

438 219

GOALKEEPING Player Chante’ Sandiford Yiana Dimmitt

GP-GS 24-23 6-1

Min. Saves 2101 60 186 12

SHO 9 0

GA 15 7

GAA W-L-T 0.64 21-2-1 3.39 0-1-0

UCLA Totals Opponent Totals

25-25 25-25

2287 74 2287 149

9 1

22 70

0.87 21-3-1 2.76 3-21-1

21 3

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS

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Goals-shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot percentage Shots on goal-attempts SOG percentage Shots/Game Corner Kicks Penalty Kicks Yellow cards/red cards Total attendance Dates/average per date Neutral site #/average

UCLA

Opponents

70-438 2.80 .160 219-438 .500 17.5 118 1-2 13/2 12,209 12/1,017 2/4,138

22-219 0.88 .100 96-219 .438 8.8 83 1-2 11/0 12,462 11/1,133

13-1 11-0

Date Opponent Result Aug. 22 at #1 North Carolina L, 2-7 Aug. 28 at #15 San Diego T, 1-1 (2OT) Aug. 30 at Long Beach State W, 4-0 Sept. 4 at #11 Illinois W, 2-1 Sept. 6 vs. #6 Florida W, 3-0 Sept. 13 GONZAGA W, 2-0 Sept. 18 UTAH W, 6-1 Sept. 20 MISSOURI W, 5-0 Sept. 25 at Cal State Northridge W, 2-0 Sept. 27 at UC Santa Barbara W, 3-1 Oct. 2 at Pepperdine W, 2-0 Oct. 9 ARIZONA* W, 2-0 Oct. 11 #20 ARIZONA STATE* W, 3-2 (2OT) Oct. 16 at #17 California* W, 1-0 Oct. 18 at #1 Stanford* L, 0-2 Oct. 23 OREGON* W, 5-1 Oct. 25 OREGON STATE* W, 3-0 Oct. 30 #18 USC* W, 2-1 Nov. 6 at Washington* W, 2-1 Nov. 8 at #17 Washington State* W, 2-0 Nov. 13 BOISE STATE (NCAA 1st Rd.) W, 7-1 Nov. 15 SDSU (NCAA 2nd Rd.) W, 5-0 Nov. 20 VIRGINIA (NCAA Rd. of 16) W, 3-0 Nov. 28 #2 PORTLAND (NCAA QF) W, 2-1 Dec. 4 #1 STANFORD (NCAA SF) L, 1-2

Scoring Leroux (Bywaters) Leroux (Larsen) Larsen (Lang) LEROUX (Williams) Leroux (Larsen) Cheney (Un.) Zadro (Wilmoth) Leroux (Cheney) CHENEY (Mathis, Leroux) LEROUX (Larsen) Larsen (Smith) Lang (Un.) LARSEN (Bywaters) Larsen (Barnes) Cheney (Cook) LANG (Cheney) Barnes (Belcher) Cheney (Belcher) Leroux (Bywaters, Cline) Smith (Williams, Zadro) LEROUX (Bywaters) Lang (Barnes) Larsen (Belcher, Wright) Wright (Un.) Larsen (Barnes) LARSEN (Metz) Cheney (Britt, Sharpe) Leroux (Smith) BELCHER (Barnes) Leroux (Un.) LEROUX (PK) Cline (Un.) LARSEN (Cline) Cheney (Un.) Bywaters (Leroux) Cheney (Smith, Bywaters) BARNES (Un.) LEROUX (Cheney) — Leroux (Britt, Williams) CHENEY (Williams) Cheney (Bywaters, Britt) Bywaters (Cheney, Barnes) Leroux (Mathis) LEROUX (Barnes) Cline (Cheney, Bywaters) Zadro (Cheney) Cheney (Belcher) CHENEY (Cline) Cheney (Un.) CHENEY (Barnes) CLINE (Barnes) Larsen (Un.) Leroux (Cheney, Cline) LEROUX (Cheney) Cheney (Cline, Wilmoth) Leroux (Un.) Leroux (Wilmoth, Larsen) Cheney (Cline) Zadro (Bearde, Metz) WRIGHT (Larsen) Cheney (Belcher) Leroux (Un.) Cook (Belcher) Leroux (Cheney, Wilmoth) COOK (Barnes) Leroux (Cheney, Lee) Leroux (Un.) Wright (Larsen) CHENEY (Barnes) Cheney (Wright, Wilmoth)

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2008 BOX SCORES

UCLA 2, Illinois 1

UCLA 2, North Carolina 7

Sept. 4, 2009 @ Champaign, Ill.

Aug. 22, 2009 @ Chapel Hill, N.C. 1st 0 3

2nd 2 4

F 2 7

Scoring Summary UNC – Heath (Un.) - 0:41 UNC - Hawkins (Jones) - 3:44 UNC - Nogueira (McDonald, Jones) - 12:55 UNC - Nogueira (Bartok, Jones) - 59:45 UNC - Jones (Heath, Bartok) - 61:07 UCLA - Leroux (Bywaters) - 75:10 UNC - Klimczak (Brooks, Pfankuch) - 86:14 UCLA – Leroux (Larsen) - 86:39 UNC - Pfankuch (Un.) - 88:08 Goalkeepers UCLA: Dimmitt (6/90) UNC: Harris (2/76) UNC: Daly (0/14) Shots: UCLA 11, UNC 24; Corners: UCLA 6, UNC 8; Fouls: UCLA 8, UNC 6 Attendance: 3372

UCLA 1, San Diego 1 Aug. 28, 2009 @ Drake Stadium Scoring USD UCLA

1st 2nd OT O2 F 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

Scoring Summary USD – Mock (PK) - 26:01 UCLA - Larsen (Lang) - 29:24 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sandiford (5/102) UCLA: Dimmitt (0/8) USD: Parsons (11/110)

2nd 1 0

F 2 1

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Cheney) - 3:15 Illinois - Nweke (Read, Mutz) - 36:54 UCLA - Cheney (Mathis, Leroux) - 78:11 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/90) Illinois: Kapicka (8/90) Shots: UCLA 23, ILL 10; Corners: UCLA 2, ILL 3; Fouls: UCLA 13, ILL 7 Attendance: 971

UCLA 3, Florida 0 Sept. 6, 2009 @ Champaign, Ill. Scoring Florida UCLA

1st 0 0

2nd 0 3

F 0 3

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Larsen) - 50:14 UCLA - Larsen (Smith) - 74:13 UCLA - Lang (Un.) - 87:04 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) Ill.: Kapicka (9/90)

The 2009 Bruins registered the school’s seventh straight NCAA College Cup appearance, ending the season with a 21-3-1 overall record.

UCLA 2, Gonzaga 0 Sept. 13, 2009 @ Drake Stadium

UCLA 4, Long Beach State 0 Aug. 30, 2009 @ Long Beach, Calif. 1st 1 0

1st 1 1

Shots: UCLA 22, Florida 4; Corners: UCLA 5, Florida 3; Fouls: UCLA 18, Florida 15 Attendance: 250

Shots: UCLA 26, USD 10; Corners: UCLA 9, USD 3; Fouls: UCLA 9, USD 5 Attendance: 1543

Scoring UCLA Long Beach St.

Scoring UCLA Illinois

2nd 3 0

F 4 0

Scoring Summary UCLA – Leroux (Williams) - 21:39 UCLA - Leroux (Larsen) - 45:16 UCLA - Cheney (Un.) - 68:29 UCLA - Zadro (Wilmoth) - 88:15 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sandiford (3/90) LBSU: Harris (7/72), Daly (3/18) Shots: UCLA 19, LBSU 7; Corners: UCLA 2, LBSU 1; Fouls: UCLA 8, LBSU 13 Attendance: 975

Scoring Gonzaga UCLA

1st 0 1

2nd 0 1

F 0 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Larsen (Bywaters) - 1:37 UCLA - Larsen (Barnes) - 45:23 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) Gonzaga: Thalman (4/90)

UCLA 6, Utah 1 Sept. 18, 2009 @ Champaign, Ill. 1st 1 2

2nd 0 4

F 1 6

Scoring Summary UCLA - Cheney (Cook) - 16:49 UCLA - Lang (Cheney) - 22:58 Utah - Hair (Isleib) - 34:34 UCLA - Barnes (Belcher) - 61:09 UCLA - Cheney (Belcher) - 68:49 UCLA - Leroux (Bywaters, Cline) - 77:35 UCLA - Smith (Williams, Zadro) - 86:30 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (2/90) Utah: Turpen (2/78) Utah: Rogers (0/12) Shots: UCLA 15, Utah 7; Corners: UCLA 5, Utah 2; Fouls: UCLA 18, Utah 8 Attendance: 683

UCLA 2, UCSB 0

Sept. 20, 2009 @ Drake Stadium Scoring Missouri UCLA

1st 0 4

Sept. 27, 2009 @ Santa Barbara, Calif.

2nd 0 1

F 0 5

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Bywaters) - 1:17 UCLA - Lang (Barnes) - 7:17 UCLA - Larsen (Belcher, Wright) - 13:23 UCLA - Wright (Un.) - 31:51 UCLA - Larsen (Barnes) - 62:42 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (4/79), Dimmitt (3/11) Missouri: Dittamore (5/90)

Shots: UCLA 17, Gonzaga 5; Corners: UCLA 6, Gonzaga 2; Fouls: UCLA 5, Gonzaga 8 Attendance: 427

Scoring Utah UCLA

UCLA 5, Missouri 0

Shots: UCLA 17, UM 12; Corners: UCLA 7, UM 1; Fouls: UCLA 7, UM 15 Attendance: 681

2nd 2 0

F 3 1

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Smith) - 4:33 UCSB - Ortega (Sanchez) - 42:54 UCLA - Belcher (Barnes) - 49:51 UCLA - Leroux (Un.) - 62:42 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/90) UCSB: Cutler (2/90) Shots: UCLA 12, UCSB 7; Corners: UCLA 2, UCSB 6; Fouls: UCLA 13, UCSB 11 Attendance: 714

Oct. 2, 2009 @ Malibu, Calif.

Sept. 25, 2009 @ Northridge, Calif. 1st 2 0

1st 1 1

UCLA 2, Pepperdine 0

UCLA 2, CSUN 0 Scoring UCLA CSUN

Scoring UCLA UCSB

2nd 0 0

F 2 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - Larsen (Metz) - 17:48 UCLA - Cheney (Britt, Sharpe) - 43:00 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/45), Dimmitt (3/45) CSUN: Drenner (3/90) Shots: UCLA 19, CSUN 9; Corners: UCLA 5, CSUN 1; Fouls: UCLA 9, CSUN 3 Attendance: 425

Scoring UCLA Pepperdine

1st 1 0

2nd 1 0

F 2 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (PK) - 6:55 UCLA - Cline (Un.) - 89:17 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) Pepperdine: Barker (5/90) Shots: UCLA 12, Pepperdine 6; Corners: UCLA 2, Pepperdine 5; Fouls: UCLA 9, Pepperdine 9 Attendance: 409

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2008 BOX SCORES

UCLA 2, Arizona 0

UCLA 5, Oregon 1

UCLA 2, Washington State 0

UCLA 3, Virginia 0

Oct. 9, 2009 @ Drake Stadium

Oct. 23, 2009 @ Drake Stadium

Nov. 8, 2009 @ Stanford, Calif.

Nov. 20, 2009 @ Drake Stadium

Scoring Arizona UCLA

1st 0 1

2nd 0 1

F 0 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Larsen (Cline) - 4:41 UCLA - Cheney (Un.) - 62:47 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (2/90) Arizona: Wharf (6/90) Shots: UCLA 17, UA 3; Corners: UCLA 7, UA 1; Fouls: UCLA 8, UA 6 Attendance: 859

UCLA 3, Arizona State 2 Oct. 11, 2009 @ Drake Stadium Scoring ASU UCLA

1st 2nd OT O2 F 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3

Scoring Summary ASU - Elston (McCarter) - 14:12 UCLA - Bywaters (Leroux) - 54:30 UCLA - Cheney (Smith, Bywaters) - 67:54 ASU - Williams (Elston) - 79:51 UCLA - Barnes (Un.) - 103:14 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/104) ASU: Dittamore (14/104) Shots: UCLA 34, ASU 13; Corners: UCLA 7, ASU 2; Fouls: UCLA 12, ASU 12 Attendance: 668

UCLA 1, California 0 Oct. 16, 2009 @ Berkeley, Calif. Scoring UCLA California

1st 0 0

2nd 1 0

F 1 0

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Cheney) - 76:35 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) California: Pellegrini (3/90) Shots: UCLA 10, Cal 9; Corners: UCLA 3, Cal 4; Fouls: UCLA 9, Cal 11 Attendance: 544

UCLA 0, Stanford 2 Oct. 18, 2009 @ Stanford, Calif. Scoring UCLA Stanford

1st 0 0

2nd 0 2

F 0 2

Scoring Summary STAN - Own Goal (Un.) - 71:01 STAN - Levin (Riley) - 72:57 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) Stanford: Maker (5/90)

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Shots: UCLA 14, Stan 24; Corners: UCLA 0, Stan 6; Fouls: UCLA 9, Stan 5 Attendance: 2400

Scoring Oregon UCLA

1st 0 3

2nd 1 2

F 1 5

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Britt, Williams) - 3:32 UCLA - Cheney (Williams) - 17:46 UCLA - Cheney (Bywaters, Britt) - 20:06 UCLA - Bywaters (Cheney, Barnes) - 56:17 UCLA - Leroux (Mathis) - 58:52 ORE - Stoltenberg (Kuhns) - 59:17 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (2/90) ORE: Proulx (4/90)

1st 2 0

2nd 0 0

F 2 0

Scoring Virginia UCLA

1st 0 2

2nd 0 1

F 0 3

Scoring Summary UCLA - Cline (Barnes) - 14:38 UCLA - Larsen (Un.) - 44:44 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/90) WSU: Berlingo (2/31) WSU: Byrd (2/59)

Scoring Summary UCLA - Cook (Barnes) - 3:23 UCLA - Leroux (Cheney, Lee) - 41:26 UCLA - Leroux (Un.) - 88:41 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) UVA: Jones (6/90)

Shots: UCLA 17, WSU 3; Corners: UCLA 4, WSU 2; Fouls: UCLA 7, WSU 10 Attendance: 611

Shots: UCLA 14, UVA 7; Corners: UCLA 7, UVA 3; Fouls: UCLA 12, UVA 11 Attendance: 921

Shots: UCLA 15, Ore 3; Corners: UCLA 6, Ore 1; Fouls: UCLA 7, Ore 7 Attendance: 1517

UCLA 7, Boise State 1

UCLA 2, Portland 1

UCLA 3, Oregon State 0

Scoring Boise St. UCLA

Oct. 25, 2009 @ Drake Stadium Scoring Oregon St. UCLA

1st 0 1

2nd 0 2

F 0 3

Scoring Summary UCLA - Leroux (Barnes) - 14:37 UCLA - Cline (Cheney, Bywaters) - 65:50 UCLA - Zadro (Cheney) - 80:20 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/90) OSU: Boyd (4/90) Shots: UCLA 17, OSU. 5; Corners: UCLA 2, OSU 2; Fouls: UCLA 7, OSU 10 Attendance: 651

UCLA 2, USC 1 Oct. 30, 2009 @ Drake Stadium Scoring USC UCLA

1st 0 1

2nd 1 1

F 1 2

Scoring Summary UCLA - Cheney (Belcher) - 43:03 USC - Garcia (Johnson, Freyer) - 72:30 UCLA - Cheney (Cline) - 77:04 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/90) USC: Olsen (8/90) Shots: UCLA 15, USC 7; Corners: UCLA 3, USC 7; Fouls: UCLA 9, USC 5 Attendance: 3210

UCLA 2, Washington 1 Nov. 6, 2009 @ Seattle, Wash. Scoring UCLA Washington

1st 2 1

2nd 0 0

F 2 1

Scoring Summary UCLA - Cheney (Un.) - 6:50 WASH - Perez (Deines) - 15:15 UCLA - Cheney (Barnes) - 24:06 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (4/90) WASH: Davidson (4/90)

University of California, Los Angeles

Nov. 13, 2009 @ Drake Stadium 1st 1 3

2nd 0 4

Nov. 28, 2009 @ Drake Stadium F 1 7

Scoring Summary BSU - Fitzgerald (Saxton) - 6:16 UCLA - Leroux (Cheney, Cline) - 12:12 UCLA - Leroux (Cheney) - 15:10 UCLA - Cheney (Cline, Wilmoth) - 23:43 UCLA - Leroux (Un.) - 47:17 UCLA - Leroux (Wilmoth, Larsen) - 51:31 UCLA - Cheney (Cline) - 59:14 UCLA - Zadro (Bearde, Metz) - 86:24 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/72) UCLA: Dimmitt (0/18) BSU: Ruiz (3/45) BSU: Burns (3/45) Shots: UCLA 24, BSU 3; Corners: UCLA 6, BSU 0; Fouls: UCLA 10, BSU 9 Attendance: 743

UCLA 5, San Diego State 0 Nov. 15, 2009 @ Drake Stadium Scoring SDSU UCLA

Shots: UCLA 9, Wash 10; Corners: UCLA 6, Wash 5; Fouls: UCLA 9, Wash 9 Attendance: 498

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Scoring UCLA Stanford

1st 0 3

2nd 0 2

F 0 5

Scoring Summary UCLA - Wright (Larsen) - 8:16 UCLA - Cheney (Belcher) - 18:41 UCLA - Leroux (Un.) - 29:18 UCLA - Cook (Belcher) - 53:41 UCLA - Leroux (Cheney, Wilmoth) - 58:12 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (3/78) UCLA: Dimmitt (0/12) SDSU: Southwick (5/90) Shots: UCLA 17, SDSU 5; Corners: UCLA 8, SDSU 6; Fouls: UCLA 12, SDSU 4 Attendance: 501

Scoring Portland UCLA

1st 1 2

2nd 0 0

F 1 2

Scoring Summary POR - Foxhoven (Chandoke) - 2:01 UCLA - Wright (Larsen) - 30:27 UCLA - Cheney (Barnes) - 33:56 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (1/90) POR: Davis (7/90) Shots: UCLA 19, Portland 7; Corners: UCLA 6, Portland 7; Fouls: UCLA 14, Portland 12 Attendance: 1348

UCLA 1, Stanford 2 (OT) Dec. 4, 2009 @ College Station, TX Scoring UCLA Stanford

1st 0 0

2nd OT F 1 0 1 1 1 2

Scoring Summary STAN - O’Hara (Press) - 63:13 UCLA - Cheney (Wright, Wilmoth) - 75:07 STAN - Press (Un.) - 93:25 Goalkeepers UCLA: Sanidford (4/94) STAN: Maker (6/94) Shots: UCLA 16, Stan 19; Corners: UCLA 2, Stan 2; Fouls: UCLA 17, Stan 5 Attendance: 8026


BRUIN LETTERWINNERS

E

Bethany Bogart

F

A Altman, Janine Arkenberg, Traci Arrigo, Courtney Adams, Danesha Appezzato, Lindsey

1996-99 1998 1998-2001 1993-94 2000-02 2003 1994

1997-98 1994-97 1999 2004-07 2004

Fazio, Amy Flamson, Brooke Friedberg, Nicki

2001-04 1999 2007

B Barnes, Lauren Barnes, Molly Bartling, Sherice Bean, Meredith Bearde, Iman Belcher, Jenna Billingsley, Kendal Bjazevich, Katherine Blankinship, Kristi Bloom, Victoria Bogart, Bethany Boling, Breana Boling, Krista Britt, Elise Brittingham, Kristine Brown, Tiffany Bywaters, Zakiya

2007-09 1993-94 1995-96 1993 2009 2007-09 2001-04 2000--03 1993 2000-02 1998-2001 1998-2001 1998-2001 2007-09 2000-01 1994-97 2009

Rivera, Katie Robson, Kelly

S

Stacy Lindstrom

Skylar Little

Leroux, Sydney Lieberman, Louise Lieberman, Michele Lindstrom, Stacy Little, Skylar Loeffler, Jodi Lombardo, Sarah Lovelace, Courtney Luke, Anne

2008-09 1995-98 1994-96 2002-06 1996-99 1993 2001-03 2009 1996

Amy Fazio

Lindsay Greco

G Gil, Barbie Gleason, Michelle Greco, Lindsay

1993-94 2003-06 2000-04

H Hammoud, Sommer Hampton, Karissa Hardy, Erin Harris, Jessica Harwood, Jaclyn Henderson, Valerie Hom, Melanie Hoshizaki, Julie Howard, Kristy

Inlay, Erika Bristyn Davis

C Calvert, Catherine Cargnoni, Jayme Carlson, Jennifer Castelanelli, Mary Cheney, Lauren Clark, Vanessa Cline, Chelsea Cochran, Taylor Connell, Sarah Cook, Dea Cosso, Courteney Criscione, Arianna Culp, Lindsay

2005-08 2002 1993 2003--06 2006-09 1998-99 2009 2007-09 1994-97 2006-09 1998-99 2003-04 1996-99

D Dankworth, Brittany Dartt, Gina Davis, Bristyn Davis, Kelsey Devine, Kim DiMartino, Christina Dimmitt, Yiana Duncan, Staci Durbin, Kelly Dutton, Robyn

2004 1993-95 03-04-05-06 2005 2004-04 2005-08 2008-09 1998-2001 2001 2008-09

Salazar, Sarah Sanders, Christine Sandiford, Chante’ Sayles, Jennifer Scannell, Britney Sharpe, Whitney Skenderian, Sue Smith, Ahsha Stamp, Jessica Stuart, Mary Swanson, Sarah-Gayle Sweetman, Nicole Switzer, Lauren

2007 1993-95 2009 2004-06 2006-07 2008-09 1993-96 2009 2001 1999 2000-03 2007-08 2006

M

1997-98 1997-2000 2005-08 2003-06 2000-03 2004-07 1994-95 2004 1993

Mack, Sierra Mac Kechnie, Caitlyn Mac Kechnie, Hannah Mangiardi, Michelle Manwaring, Adrienne Mathis, Amelia McGrath, Brynn Meinhart, Mari Metz, Sophie Mikacenic, Nancy Milburn, Tracey Miller, Sarah Monroe, Mary-Frances Mora, Iris Morgan, Sarah Munevar, Sonja Munger, Alana

2009 2005-08 2008 2001-02 1993 2008-09 2004 1993-96 2009 2001 1998-2000 1994-97 2001 2002-05 1999-2000 1993 2009

2001-04 1997-2000 2002 2000-03

Sarah Lombardo

1996-97 1994-97 2005-08 1996-99 2004-05 2002 1993

U 2003-06

2005 1993

Caitlyn Mac Kechnie

Alma Playle

N 1994-95 1997

Oakes, Jill Oda-Burns, Theresa Ouchi, Rochelle Overgaard, Gretchen

2002-05 2005-06 1996-99 1994-95

Wall, Dana West, Allison Whalen, Brittany Whalen, Chrissy Willemse, Liz Williams, Cheryl Williams, Summer Wilmoth, Lauren Winton, Jessica Winzen, Tracey Wright, Courtney Wright, Kylie

2007-09 1993-94 2000-01 1994-97 1995-98 1994-95 2008-09 2006-09 1999 1999-2002 2000 2007-09

P

K 1997-98 1994-95 1995-98 2005-08 1994-96 2003-06 2006

L Lang, Kara Larsen, Kristina Lazaro, Sarah Lee, Kathryn Lee, Lucretia

Tanaka, Rhiannon Thomas, Shannon Thompson, Ashley Thompson, Beth Toney, Camille True, Allie Tully, Christy

W

O

Kapcala, Julie Kaping, Michelle Kiremidjian, Larisa Kleinert, Coco Koudelka, Julie Kron, Stephanie Kruger, Molly

T

Vandenberg, Rose Viloria, Paige

Nolin, Amy Norris, Kerry

Karissa Hampton

Shannon Thomas

V 1993

J James, Crystal James, Venus Jones, Julia Jones, Whitney

Sarah-Gayle Swanson

Ursini, Caitlin

I Katherine Bjazevich

2002-03 1993-95

2005-09 2006-09 1998 2000-03 2009

Palmer, Amy Parsa, Miriam Peterson, CiCi Playle, Alma Polnaszek, Wendy Pryce, Nandi

1993 1994-95 1998-2001 2004-07 1996 2000-03 Tracey Winzen

Q Quinlivan, Joanna Quinn, Megan

1994-95 1998

R Ratner, Jill Rigamat, Stephanie

1993 2000-01

McCall Zerboni

Z Zadro, Liz Zaplatosch, Emily Zappaterreno, Cassie Zerboni, Blake Zerboni, McCall

2007-09 2003 1993 2005-07 2005-08

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Tiffany Brown

Edwards, Bree Elliott, Chrysta Emblem, Lauren Eng, Shanelle Ernsdorf, Emily Eskridge, Christina Everett, Mary


ALL-TIME NUMBERS

00

8

15

Amy Moreno (1995-96) Leila Duren (1997)

Jodi Linker (1993) Tiffany Brown (1994-97) Breana Boling (1998-01) Vicky Bloom (2002) Julia Jones (2003) Lindsey Appezzato (2004) Jennifer Sayles (2005) Lauren Cheney (2006-09)

Marisol Meinhart (1993-96) Beth Thompson (1997-99) Jessica Stamp (2000) Kristine Brittingham (2001) Jayme Cargnoni (2002) Kara Lang (2005-09)

0 Joanna Quinlivan (1995) Maria Jeffers (1996)

1 Amy Palmer (1993) Joanna Quinlivan (1994) Gretchen Overgaard (1994-95) Amy Moreno (1994) Shanelle Eng (1993, 94, 96) Julie Kapcala (1997-98) Emily Koch (1999) Sarah Lombardo (2001-04) Valerie Henderson (2005-07) Yiana Dimmitt (2008-09)

Christy Tully (1993) Traci Arkenberg (1994-97) Staci Duncan (1998-01) Katherine Bjazevich (2002-03) Bristyn Davis (2004-05-06) Danesha Adams (2007) Ahsha Smith (2009)

Sarah Harrison (1993) Amy Nolin (1994-95) Wendy Polnaszek (1996) Venus James (1997-00) Jessica Stamp (2001) Bristyn Davis (2003) Rose Vandenberg (2005) Lauren Switzer (2006) Liz Zadro (2007-09)

10

17

Jennifer Carlson (1993) Carrie Templin (1994) Lari Kiremidjian (1996-98) Stephanie Rigamat (1999-01) Stacy Lindstrom (2002-05-06) Sarah Salazar (2007) Sydney Leroux (2008-09)

Adrienne Manwaring (1993) Julie Koudelka (1994-96) Sommer Hammoud (1997-98) Jessica Winton (1999) Brittany Whalen (2000-01) Iris Mora (2002-2005) Molly Kruger (2006) Lauren Wilmoth (2007-09)

Barbie Gill (1993-94) Sherice Bartling (1995-96) Megan Quinn (1997-98) Brooke Flamson (1999) Michelle Mangiardi (2000-02) Caitlin Ursini (2003-05-06) Ashley Thompson (2007-08) Lucretia Lee (2009)

3

11

18

Sue Skenderian (1993) Shannon Thomas (1994-97) Krista Boling (1998-01) Kim Devine (2002-2004) Mary Castelanelli (2005-06) Lauren Barnes (2007-09)

Erika Inlay (1993) Melanie Hom (1994-95) Beth Thompson (1996) Janine Altman (1997-99) Nandi Pryce (2000-03) Brynn McGrath (2004) Caitlin Mac Kechnie (2005-08) Chelsea Cline (2009)

Jill Ratner (1993) Sarah Miller (1994-97) Vanessa Clark (1998-99) Lindsay Greco (2000-2004) Stephanie Kron (2005-06) Kylie Wright (2007-09)

2

4 Allison West (1993-94) Louise Lieberman (1995) Rochelle Ouchi (1996-97) Bethany Bogart (1998-01) Kendal Billingsley (2002-04) Blake Zerboni (2005-07) Summer Williams (2008-09)

5 Kristy Howard (1993) Miriam Parsa (1994-95) Sarah Connell (1996) Liz Willemse (1997-98) Rochelle Ouchi (1999) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (2000-03) Jennifer Sayles (2004) Christina DiMartino (2005-08) Zakiya Bywaters (2009)

6 Jodi Loeffler (1993) Kelly Robson (1994-95) Louise Lieberman (1996-98) Tracey Winzen (1999-02) Stephanie Kron (2003-04) McCall Zerboni (2005-07) Amelia Mathis (2008-09)

7 www.uclabruins.com

16

Meredith Bean (1993) Michele Lieberman (1994-96) Sarah Connell (1997) Lauren Emblem (1998-01) Amy Fazio (2002-2004) Alma Playle (2005-07) McCall Zerboni (2008)

30

9

12 Kendra Mayfield (1993) Molly Barnes (1994) Cheryl Williams (1995) Anne Luke (1996-97) Mary Stuart (1999) Courtney Wright (2000) Kelly Durbin (2001) Katie Rivera (2002-03) Brittany Dankworth (2004) Erin Hardy (2005-08) Sophie Metz (2009)

13 Sonja Munevar (1993) Chrissy Whalen (1994-95) Kerry Norris (1996-97) Tracey Milburn (1998-2000) Nancy Mikacenic (2001) Allie True (2002) Christina Eskridge (2003) Julie Hoshizaki (2004) Coco Kleinert (2005-08) Courtney Lovelace (2009)

14 Cassie Zappaterreno (1993) Sue Skenderian (1994-96) Karissa Hampton (1997-00) Emily Ernsdorf (2001-02) Mary Castelanelli (2003-04) Catherine Calvert (2005-08) Sierra Mack (2009)

University of California, Los Angeles

19 Christine Sanders (1993-95) Chrissy Whalen (1996-97) Courteney Cosso (1998-99) Emily Ernsdorf (2000) Mary-Frances Monroe (2001) Jill Oakes (2002-05) Lauren Wilmoth (2006) Jenna Belcher (2007-09)

20 Kelly Robson (1993) Cheryl Williams (1994) Lari Kiremidjian (1995) Lindsay Culp (1996-99) Jaclyn Harwood (2000-03) Valerie Henderson (2004) Kristina Larsen (2006-09)

21 Gina Dartt (1993-95) Bree Edwards (1996-99) Whitney Jones (2000-03) Theresa Oda-Burns (2005-06) Elise Britt (2007-09)

22 Kristi Blankinship (1993) Katie Bernacchi (1994) Liz Willemse (1995-96) CiCi Peterson (1997-01) Arianna Criscione (2003-2004) Kelsey Davis (2005) Jennifer Sayles (2006) Dana Wall (2007-09)

Jill Oakes wore the No. 19 jersey all four years at UCLA.

23

27

Paige Viloria (1993) Jessie Skenderian (1994-95) Skylar Little (1996-99) Kathryn Lee (2000-03) Camille Toney (2004-05) Dea Cook (2006-09)

Kristy Kirkeide (1994) Sarah Morgan (1998-00) Amy Fazio (2001) Britney Scannell (2006-07) Iman Bearde (2009)

24

Sarah Connell (1994-95) Kristine Brittingham (2000) Kendal Billingsley (2001) Julia Jones (2002) Jessica Harris (2003-05-06) Nicki Friedberg (2007) Robyn Dutton (2008-09)

Molly Barnes (1993) Mary Everett (1994) Shanelle Eng (1995) Rhi Tanaka (1996-97) Sarah Lazaro (1998-99) Victoria Bloom (2000-01) Michelle Gleason (2003-05-06) Hannah Mac Kechnie (2008) Iman Bearde (2009)

25 Kellie Williams (1994) Cassie Campbell (1995) Chrysta Elliott (1998) Katherine Bjazevich (2000-01) Danesha Adams (2004-07) Taylor Cochran (2007-09)

26 Michelle Kaping (1994-95) Courtney Arrigo (1998-99) Alma Playle (2004) Whitney Sharpe (200-09)

28

29 Crystal James (2001-2004) Nicole Sweetman (2007-08)

30 Katie Greenwood (1999-00) Ashley Thompson (2004-05-06)

32 Alana Munger (2009)


NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS

YEAR 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

YEAR 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP-GS 25-23 26-26 19-19 24-24 94-92

GP-GS 18-18 20-20 18-18 22-22 78-78

GP-GS 21-20 23-23 22-21 23-22 89-86

GP-GS 26-26 21-21 24-24 25-24 96-95

GP-GS 25-25 21-21 15-15 24-24 85-85

Valerie Henderson (2004-08) GK • Orinda, CA

Jill Oakes (2002-05) D/MF • West Hills, CA

• NSCAA All-American (2005-07) • Soccer America All-American (2005 & ‘07) • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2004 & ‘05) • Ranks 2nd in career scoring (140 pts.)

• NSCAA All-American (2005) • Soccer America Freshman All-American (2004) • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2004) • UCLA career win leader (76)

• NSCAA All-American (2004-05) • Soccer America MVP Team (2005) • MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist (2005) • All-Pac-10 selection (2003-05)

SH 78 95 80 67 320

GLS 12 21 12 15 60

GWG A PTS 5 4 28 9 4 46 7 4 28 5 8 38 26 20 140

YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 Totals

GP-GS 25-25 25-24 21-21 24-24 95-94

Min. 2278 2057 1869 2100 8305

Sv. 65 45 61 69 240

SHO 12 10 8 8 38

GA 17 12 15 14 58

GAA 0.67 0.53 0.72 0.60 0.63

W-L-T 18-7-0 20-2-2 18-3-0 20-2-2 76-14-4

YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP-GS 19-18 19-18 25-25 26-26 89-87

SH 39 24 35 34 132

GLS 3 1 3 3 10

GWG A 1 4 1 2 2 2 0 6 4 14

PTS 10 4 8 12 34

Traci Arkenberg (1994-97) F • Palos Verdes Estates, CA

Sydney Leroux (2000-09) F • Vancouver, BC, Canada

Nandi Pryce (2000-03) D • Casselberry, FL

• UCLA’s first All-American • NSCAA All-American (2007) • 1997 Pac-10 Player of the Year • UCLA’s career scoring leader (169 pts.)

• NSCAA All-American (2009) • MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist (2009) • Soccer America MVP Team (2009) • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2009)

• NSCAA All-American (2002-03) • Soccer America MVP Team (2002-03) • Co-Pac-10 Player of the Year (2003) • NCAA All-Tournament Team (2003)

SH 110 106 106 129 451

GLS 14 18 17 22 71

GWG A PTS 7 4 32 6 7 43 6 8 42 7 8 52 26 27 169

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS 19-18 24-24 43-42

SH 50 98 148

GLS 5 23 28

GWG 2 7 9

A 6 2 8

PTS 16 48 64

YEAR 2000 2001 2002 2003 Totals

GP-GS 6-4 14-13 21-21 25-24 66-62

SH 6 13 13 24 56

GLS 0 0 1 0 1

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 1 5 7

PTS 1 0 3 5 9

Lauren Cheney (2006-2009) F • Indianapolis, IN

Tracey Milburn (1998-2000) F • Moorpark, CA

Stephanie Rigamat (2000-01) F • La Crescenta, CA

• NSCAA first-team All-American (2006-09) • Soccer America Player of the Year (2007) • MAC Hermann Trophy finalist (2007 & 2009) • Honda Award finalist (2007 & 2009)

• NSCAA All-American (2000) • Pac-10 Player of the Year (2000) • Three-time All-Pac-10 selection (1998-2000) • Played on school’s first College Cup team (2000)

• NSCAA All-American (2001) • Hermann Trophy candidate (2001) • Soccer America All-American (2000) • Played on school’s first College Cup team (2000)

SH 96 88 99 98 381

GLS 19 23 11 18 71

GWG A PTS 8 1 39 9 11 57 6 9 31 5 10 46 28 31 173

YEAR 1998 1999 2000 Totals

GP-GS 22-15 21-21 24-24 67-60

SH 66 50 83 199

GLS 11 9 13 33

GWG A 2 3 2 6 1 6 5 15

PTS 25 24 32 81

YEAR 2000 2001 Totals

GP-GS 24-18 23-23 47-41

SH 55 67 122

GLS 13 13 26

GWG A 8 11 4 4 12 15

PTS 37 30 67

Christina DiMartino (2005-08) MF • Massapequa, NY

Mary-Frances Monroe (2001) MF • Tariffville, CT

Rhi Tanaka (1996-97) D • Huntington Beach, CA

• NSCAA All-American (2006-08) • MAC Hermann Trophy finalist (2008) • Soccer America MVP Team (2006-08) • Pac-10 Player of the Year (2008)

• Four-time NSCAA All-American (1998-01) • NSCAA All-American at UCLA (2001) • Three-time All-American at UConn (1998-00) • MAC & Hermann Trophy finalist (1999-01)

• NSCAA All-American (1997) • NSCAA All-Far-West Region (1996-97) • First-team All-Pac-10 (1997) • Transfer from USC

SH 37 46 53 40 176

GLS 5 5 6 6 22

GWG A 2 5 1 7 1 12 2 6 6 30

PTS 15 17 24 18 74

YEAR 2001

GP-GS 23-23

SH 106

GLS 12

GWG 6

A 4

PTS 28

Erin Hardy (2005-08) D • Costa Mesa, CA

Iris Mora (2002-05) F • Cancun, Mexico

• NSCAA All-American (2008) • All-Pac-10 selection (2006-08) • NSCAA All-Region selection (2007) • Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (2005)

• NSCAA All-American (2003-05) • UCLA’s career assist leader (38) • Ranks fourth in career scoring (104 pts.) • Member of Mexico’s Olympic Team (2004)

SH 2 0 0 3 5

GLS 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 2 2

PTS 0 0 0 2 2

YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP-GS 14-6 25-22 19-19 26-26 84-73

SH 27 61 34 35 157

GLS 7 13 4 9 33

YEAR 1996 1997 Totals

GP-GS 13-12 22-22 35-34

SH 3 4 7

GLS 1 0 1

GWG 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

PTS 2 1 3

GWG A PTS 1 0 14 6 14 40 3 9 17 4 15 33 14 38 104

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Danesha Adams (2004-07) F/MF • Shaker Heights, OH

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

In the school’s second-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, the 1997 Bruins advanced all the way to the NCAA Quarterfinals.

1993

1995

Joy Fawcett — 10-6-1

Joy Fawcett — 14-4-2 / 5-2 Pac-10 (2nd)

Joy Fawcett — 19-3 / 9-0 Pac-10 (1st) 8/30 9/2 9/5 9/7 9/10 9/19 9/20 9/26 9/29 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/26 10/31 11/2 11/7 11/9 11/16 11/22 11/29

9/7 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/16 9/26 9/29 10/6 10/8 10/9 10/17 10/22 10/26 10/29 10/30 11/6 11/7

@ So. Cal. College Pepperdine vs. USC Cal State Fullerton UCSD CS San Bernardino Cal Baptist @ Pepperdine @ LMU Chico State UC Irvine @ Cal State Fullerton LMU USC Washington State @ San Diego St. @ San Diego

W L W W L L W L W T W W W W L W L

11-0 2-4 (OT) 6-0 3-1 2-3 (OT) 1-2 1-0 0-4 1-0 1-1 (OT) 3-1 1-0 3-1 2-0 2-4 (OT) 4-1 0-1

9/2 9/3 9/8 9/9 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/4 10/6 10/13 10/17 10/22 10/30 10/27 10/30 11/4 11/11

W W L T W W L W W T W L W W W T L W

4-1 2-1 0-2 0-0 (OT) 1-0 2-1(OT) 0-2 (OT) 1-0 4-0 0-0 (OT) 1-0 0-2 3-1 (OT) 1-0 1-0 1-1 (OT) 0-1 3-1

1996

1994

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Joy Fawcett — 11-4-3 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/15 9/16 9/18 9/25 9/27 10/1 10/3 10/6 10/9 10/12 10/21 10/23 10/30 11/5 11/6

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@ LMU San Diego Santa Clara vs. Washington St. vs. Hawaii @ New Mexico Cal Poly SLO @ USC Arizona @ UC Irvine @ Pepperdine UCSB USC Cal State Fullerton SDSU Stanford @ Cal @ San Francisco

University of California, Los Angeles

1997 vs. Colgate vs. Virginia @ San Diego St. @ San Diego @ Arizona USC @ UC Santa Barbara St. Mary’s Washington UC Irvine @ Cal State Fullerton Cal Washington State LMU @ Stanford @ Cal State Northridge @ Oregon St. Nebraska vs. San Francisco Washington (NCAA 1st Rd.)

W T T W W W W W W L W W W W L W L W W L

5-1 1-1 (OT) 2-2 (OT) 1-0 3-1 4-1 4-0 2-0 1-0 1-3 (OT) 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-1 1-2 3-0 0-3 1-0 (OT) 3-1 1-2

Joy Fawcett — 11-7-1 / 4-3 Pac-10 (4th) 9/5 9/8 9/10 9/13 9/15 9/22 9/25 9/27 9/29 10/2 10/6 10/16 10/18 10/20 10/23 10/27 10/29 11/1 11/3

@ Cal Poly SLO Arizona @ Cal State Northridge @ North Carolina Duke Hawai’i Fresno State San Diego @ UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton San Diego State @ Pepperdine @ Washington @ Washington St. @ USC @ Cal @ San Francisco Oregon State Stanford

L W L L L W W T W W W W W W L L W W L

0-1 6-0 1-2 1-3 1-2 2-0 3-0 0-0 (OT) 5-1 1-0 2-1 3-2 1-0 (OT) 2-0 2-3 1-2 (OT) 3-2 (OT) 2-0 1-2 (OT)

@ San Diego St. San Jose State @ Cal State Fullerton Pepperdine UC Irvine @ Rutgers vs. Connecticut @ San Diego BYU San Francisco @ California @ Stanford @ Oregon @ Oregon St. USC Arizona ASU Washington Washington State @ Portland (NCAA 1st Rd.) @ SMU (NCAA 2nd Rd.) @ Notre Dame (NCAA Quarterfinal)

W W W W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W L

2-0 4-1 4-1 3-0 3-2 2-0 0-1 4-1 1-3 3-1 1-0 2-1 6-0 3-0 3-1 2-1 3-0 2-0 4-0 1-0 3-2 0-8

1998 Todd Saldana — 17-4-1 / 7-2 Pac-10 (T-1st) 9/1 9/4 9/6 9/12 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/3 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23

Navy Cal Poly SLO San Diego State vs. Loyola (Baltimore) vs. UNC-Charlotte Nebraska vs. Baylor Cal State Fullerton San Diego @ UC Irvine vs. Villanova @ Hawaii @ Washington @ Washington St. California Stanford Oregon

W 3-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 5-0 W 1-0 W 5-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 (2OT) T 2-2 (2OT) W 1-0 W 1-0 W 4-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 L 1-2 (2OT) W 2-1 W 2-0


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 10/25 11/1 11/6 11/8 11/14

Oregon State @ USC @ Arizona @ ASU BYU (NCAA 2nd Rd.)

W L W W L

4-1 4-5 4-0 2-1 0-2

1999 Jillian Ellis — 15-5-1 / 6-2-1 Pac-10 (3rd) @ Cal State Fullerton vs. Florida vs. Maryland vs. UNC-Charlotte @ Wake Forest UC Irvine Cal Poly SLO @ San Diego St. vs. North Carolina vs. Texas Christian ASU Arizona Washington State Washington @ Stanford @ California @ Oregon St. @ Oregon USC San Diego (NCAA 2nd Rd.) @ Santa Clara (NCAA Rd. of 16)

W L W W W W W W L W W W W T L W W L W W L

4-1 1-3 1-0 7-0 1-0 2-0 5-1 3-0 0-4 1-0 5-0 6-1 2-1 3-3 (OT) 0-6 3-2 (OT) 2-0 1-2 3-0 2-1(OT) 0-7

The 2004 UCLA team reached the NCAA Final in Cary, NC.

2000 Jillian Ellis — 19-4-1 / 6-2-1 Pac-10 (3rd) 8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/27 10/29 11/3 11/5 11/11 11/19 11/25 12/1 12/3

@ Clemson vs. Georgia State vs. Georgia @ Florida vs. Vanderbilt vs. Baylor @ San Diego Fresno State @ LMU Marquette @ USC Oregon State Oregon @ Washington St. @ Washington Stanford Cal @ Arizona St. @ Arizona USC (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Texas A&M (NCAA 3rd Rd.) @ Clemson (NCAA Quarterfinal) vs. Portland (NCAA Semifinal) vs. North Carolina (NCAA Final)

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

2001 Jillian Ellis — 20-3 / 8-1 Pac-10 (1st) 9/1 9/3 9/7 9/9 9/21 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/21 10/26 10/28

vs. Portland vs. Denver vs. Louisville vs. Syracuse @ San Diego @ James Madison @ William & Mary LMU Princeton Arizona ASU @ Santa Clara USC @ Oregon @ Oregon State

W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L

1-0 5-1 7-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 3-2 0-3 2-1 2-0 1-2

11/2 11/4 11/9 11/11 11/16 11/18 11/25 12/2

Washington Washington State @ California @ Stanford Cal State Fullerton (NCAA 1st Rd.) Pepperdine (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Dayton (NCAA Rd. of 16) Florida (NCAA Quarterfinal)

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

2002 Jillian Ellis — 18-4 / 8-1 Pac-10 (2nd) 8/30 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/25 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/18 10/20 10/27 11/1 11/3 11/8 11/10 11/15 11/17 11/23

USD Virginia Penn State vs. San Francisco @ Hawaii @ Fresno State Cal State Northridge BYU Santa Clara @ LMU Cal Stanford @ Arizona @ Arizona State @ USC Oregon Oregon State @ Washington @ Washington State LMU (NCAA 1st Rd.) USC (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Texas A&M (NCAA Rd. of 16)

W 6-0 W 4-3 (OT) L 0-1 (2OT) W 4-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 6-0 L 1-2 (OT) W 3-2 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 4-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 4-0 W 1-0 (2OT) L 0-0 (PKs)

2003 Jillian Ellis — 20-2-3 / 8-0-1 Pac-10 (1st) 8/29 8/31 9/3 9/5 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21

@ Santa Clara @ Pepperdine UC Santa Barbara St. Mary’s vs. Wisc.-Milwaukee vs. Oakland vs. North Carolina @ Duke

T 1-1 (2OT) W 2-0 T 0-0 (2OT) W 1-0 (OT) W 4-0 W 6-2 L 2-5 W 2-1

10/3 10/7 10/9 10/11 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/29 11/2 11/7 11/9 11/14 11/16 11/21 11/28 12/5

@ UNLV @ San Diego Washington State Washington @ Stanford @ California ASU Arizona LMU USC @ Oregon State @ Oregon San Diego (NCAA 1st Rd.) Pepperdine (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Kansas (NCAA Rd. of 16) Penn State (NCAA Quarterfinal) vs. North Carolina (NCAA Semifinal)

W 1-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 (OT) W 3-2 (2OT) T 0-0 (2OT) W 1-0 W 4-1 W 4-0 W 5-0 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 (2OT) W 2-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 4-0 L 0-3

2004 Jillian Ellis — 18-7 / 6-3 Pac-10 (T-1st) 8/27 8/29 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 1/31 11/7 11/12 11/14 11/20 11/27 12/3 12/5

San Diego @ Loyola Marymount UCSB @ Virginia vs. Maryland @ SMU @ Texas A&M Pepperdine Utah Santa Clara Oregon State Oregon @ Washington State @ Washington Stanford Cal @ Arizona State @ Arizona @ USC Pepperdine (NCAA 1st Rd.) San Diego (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Duke (NCAA Rd. of 16) @ Ohio State (NCAA Quarterfinal) vs. Princeton (NCAA Semifinal) vs. Notre Dame (NCAA Final)

W 4-0 W 2-1 W 6-1 L 1-3 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 4-1 W 6-0 L 0-1 W 5-1 W 1-0 L 0-1 (2OT) W 1-0 L 0-1 W 3-2 (2OT) W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 L 1-1 (PKs)

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8/28 9/4 9/6 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/22 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31 11/7 11/13 11/20


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2005 Jillian Ellis — 22-2-2 / 7-0-2 Pac-10 (1st) 8/26 8/28 9/2 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/23 9/28 10/2 10/7 10/14 10/16 10/21 10/23 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/6 11/11 11/13 11/19 11/25 12/2 12/4

Long Beach State @ San Diego vs. Princeton vs. Florida Atlantic Penn State Colorado @ Santa Clara @ St. Mary’s Denver @ UC Santa Barbara @ Pepperdine USC @ Oregon @ Oregon State Washington Washington State @ Cal @ Stanford Arizona ASU Miss. Valley St. (NCAA 1st Rd.) Colorado (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Marquette (NCAA Rd. of 16) Virginia (NCAA Quarterfinal) vs. Florida State (NCAA Semifinal) vs. Portland (NCAA Final)

W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W T W T W W W W W W W L

3-0 4-1 1-0 2-0 0-1 (2OT) 2-0 2-1 (OT) 4-0 1-0 5-0 2-1 3-2 (2OT) 3-0 3-0 4-0 0-0 (2OT) 2-0 0-0 (2OT) 2-1 (2OT) 2-1 9-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 4-0 0-4

2006 Jillian Ellis — 21-4 / 8-1 Pac-10 (1st) @ Penn State vs. Maryland San Diego State Long Beach State Texas A&M UCONN Cal State Northridge @ Santa Clara Pepperdine San Diego Gonzaga CAL Stanford @ USC @ Arizona @ Arizona State Washington

L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W

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1-3 3-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-0 1-0 0-3 3-0 3-0 1-0 4-1 2-0 2-1(OT) 1-0 2-1 2-0

10/29 11/3 11/5 11/10 11/12 11/17 11/24 12/1

Washington State @ Oregon @ Oregon State UNLV (NCAA 1st Rd.) Cal State Fullerton (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Florida (NCAA Rd. of 16) Portland (NCAA Quarterfinal) vs. North Carolina (NCAA Semifinal)

W L W W W W W L

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

2007 Jillian Ellis — 20-2-2 / 9-0 Pac-10 (1st) 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 11/2 11/4 11/9 11/11 11/16 11/18 11/23 11/30 12/7

vs. Texas Illinois San Francisco @ San Diego @ Cal State Northridge @ Pepperdine Hawai’i Portland @ San Diego State Santa Clara Oregon State Oregon @ Stanford @ Cal USC Arizona State Arizona @ Washington State @ Washington Cal State Fullerton (NCAA 1st Rd.) Oklahoma State (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Virginia (NCAA Rd. of 16) Portland (NCAA Quarterfinal) USC (NCAA Semifinal)

L 1-2 W 4-2 W 3-0 T 0-0 (2OT) W 3-1 T 1-1 (2OT) W 6-0 W 2-1 (OT) W 5-1 W 4-1 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 4-0 W 2-1 (OT) W 3-2 (2OT) L 1-2

2008 Jillian Ellis — 22-1-2 / 9-0 Pac-10 (1st) 8/26 8/30 9/1 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/25

UCSB @ Portland @ Portland State UC IRVINE @ UConn vs. Brown MIAMI NEW MEXICO @ Santa Clara

W 2-1 W 1-0 W 7-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 T 0-0 (2OT) W 3-0 W 3-0 T 0-0 (2OT)

10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/31 11/2 11/7 11/9 11/14 11/17 11/22 11/19 12/5

Pepperdine San Diego Washington State Washington @ Arizona State @ Arizona @ USC Stanford Cal @ Oregon State @ Oregon Fresno State (NCAA 1st Rd.) San Diego (NCAA 2nd Rd.) USC (NCAA Rd. of 16) Duke (NCAA Quarterfinal) vs. North Carolina (NCAA Semifinal)

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

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

2009 Jillian Ellis — 21-3-1 / 8-1 Pac-10 (2nd) 8/22 8/28 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/25 9/27 10/2 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/6 11/8 11/13 11/15 11/20 11/28 12/4

@ North Carolina at San Diego at Long Beach State at Illinois vs. Florida Gonzaga Utah Missouri at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine Arizona Arizona State at Cal at Stanford Oregon Oregon State USC at Washington at Washington State Boise State (NCAA 1st Rd.) SDSU (NCAA 2nd Rd.) Virginia (NCAA Rd. of 16) Portland (NCAA Quarterfinals) vs. Stanford (NCAA Semifinals)

L 2-7 T 1-1 (2OT) W 4-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 6-1 W 5-0 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 3-2(2OT) W 1-0 L 0-2 W 5-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 7-1 W 5-0 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 (OT)

The 2008 Bruins (Below) tied the school record for wins in a season, ending the year with a 22-1-2 record.


SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

Points 1. Lauren Cheney, 2007 2. Traci Arkenberg, 1997 3. Sydney Leroux, 2009 4. Lauren Cheney, 2009 Danesha Adams, 2005 6. Traci Arkenberg, 1995 7. Traci Arkenberg, 1996 8. Kara Lang, 2005 Iris Mora, 2003 10. Lauren Cheney, 2006

57 52 48 46 46 43 42 40 40 39

Goals 1. Sydney Leroux, 2009 Lauren Cheney, 2007 3. Traci Arkenberg, 1997 4. Danesha Adams, 2005 5. Lauren Cheney, 2006 6. Lauren Cheney, 2009 Traci Arkenberg, 1995 8. Kara Lang, 2005 Traci Arkenberg, 1996 10. Danesha Adams, 2007

23 23 22 21 19 18 18 17 17 15

Assists 1. Iris Mora, 2005 2. Iris Mora, 2003 3. Christina DiMartino, 2007 4. Lauren Cheney, 2007 Stephanie Rigamat, 2000 6. Lauren Cheney, 2009 Lauren Barnes, 2009 Kristy Howard, 1993 9. Kara Lang, 2008 Lauren Cheney, 2008 Lauren Wilmoth, 2007 Iris Mora, 2004 Staci Duncan, 1998

15 14 12 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

Shots 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8.

Traci Arkenberg, 1997 Traci Arkenberg, 1994 Mary-Frances Monroe, 2001 Traci Arkenberg, 1996 Traci Arkenberg, 1995 Kara Lang, 2005 Lauren Cheney, 2008 Sydney Leroux, 2009 Lauren Cheney, 2009 Bristyn Davis, 2004

129 110 106 106 106 101 99 98 98 98

Ashley Thompson owns the UCLA single-season record for shutouts with 13.

Game-Winning Goals 1. 3. 5. 9.

Lauren Cheney, 2007 Danesha Adams, 2005 Lauren Cheney, 2006 Stephanie Rigamat, 2000 Sydney Leroux, 2009 Danesha Adams, 2006 Traci Arkenberg, 1997 Traci Arkenberg, 1994 Lauren Cheney, 2008 Iris Mora, 2003 Mary-Frances Monroe, 2001 Traci Arkenberg, 1995 Traci Arkenberg, 1996

Shutouts 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

Saves 1. Gretchen Overgaard, 1994 2. Lindsay Culp, 1996 3. Ashley Thompson, 2008 4. Lindsay Culp, 1998 5. CiCi Peterson, 2001 6. Amy Palmer, 1993 7. Valerie Henderson, 2007 8. Lindsay Culp, 1997 9. Valerie Henderson, 2004 10. Valerie Henderson, 2006

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 9.

Ashley Thompson, 2008 Valerie Henderson, 2004 CiCi Peterson, 2000 CiCi Peterson, 2001 Valerie Henderson, 2005 Sarah Lombardo, 2002 Lindsay Culp, 1998 Chante’ Sandiford, 2009 Valerie Henderson, 2007 Valerie Henderson, 2006 Lindsay Culp, 1997 Lindsay Culp, 1996 Gretchen Overgaard, 1994

Goals Against Average 13 12 12 11 10 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 8

Wins 103 91 82 81 74 70 69 68 65 61

1. Ashley Thompson, 2008 2. Chante’ Sandiford, 2009 3. Valerie Henderson, 2007 Valerie Henderson, 2005 5. CiCi Peterson, 2000 6. Valerie Henderson, 2006 Valerie Henderson, 2004 Sarah Lombardo, 2002 CiCi Peterson, 2001 10. Lindsay Culp, 1998 Lindsay Culp, 1997

22 21 20 20 19 18 18 18 18 17 17

(Minimum 500 minutes played)

1. Ashley Thompson, 2008 2. CiCi Peterson, 2000 3. Gretchen Overgaard, 1994 4. Valerie Henderson, 2005 5. Sarah Lombardo, 2002 6. CiCi Peterson, 2001 7. Valerie Henderson, 2007 8. Chante’ Sandiford, 2009 9. Valerie Henderson, 2004 10. Arianna Criscione, 2003

0.25 0.44 0.52 0.53 0.56 0.57 0.60 0.64 0.67 0.68

NCAA TOURNAMENT SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

Points 1. 2. 3. 5.

Sydney Leroux, 2009 Kara Lang, 2005 Lauren Cheney, 2009 Danesha Adams, 2005 Danesha Adams, 2006

16 15 14 14 11

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4.

Sydney Leroux, 2009 Kara Lang, 2005 Danesha Adams, 2005 Lauren Cheney, 2009 Danesha Adams, 2006

8 7 6 5 5

Assists

Sydney Leroux

Traci Arkenberg

Christina DiMartino, 2007 Lauren Cheney, 2009 Lauren Wilmoth, 2009 McCall Zerboni, 2005 Iris Mora, 2005 Iris Mora, 2004

5 4 4 4 4 4

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CAREER RECORDS

Saves

Shots 1. Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 2. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 3. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 4. Bristyn Davis, 2002-06 5. Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 6. Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 7. Kara Lang, 2005-09 8. Tracey Milburn, 1998-00 9. Staci Duncan, 1998-01 10. Venus James, 1997-00

1. Lindsay Culp, 1996-99 2. Valerie Henderson, 2004-07 3. CiCi Peterson, 1998-01 4. Gretchen Overgaard, 1994-95 5. Ashley Thompson, 2004-08 6. Amy Palmer, 1993 7. Chante’ Sandiford, 2009-Pres. 8. Sarah Lombardo, 2001-04 8. Arianna Criscione, 2003-04 9. Joanna Quinlivan, 1994-95 10. Yiana Dimmit, 2008-Pres.

451 381 320 227 225 213 200 199 197 192

Hat Tricks 1. 2.

Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 Danesha Adams, 2004-07 Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 14 players tied with one

Shutouts

5 2 2

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

Games Played Lauren Cheney

Points 1. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 173 2. Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 169 3. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 140 4. Iris Mora, 2002-05 104 5. Staci Duncan, 1998-01 88 6. Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 87 7. Tracey Milburn, 1998-00 81 Venus James, 1997-99 81 9. Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 77 10. Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 74

1. McCall Zerboni, 2005-08 2. Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 3. Dea Cook, 2006-09 Lauren Wilmoth, 2006-09 Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 6. Valerie Henderson, 2004-07 Stacy Lindstrom, 2002-06 Kendal Billingsley, 2001-04 9. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 10. Bristyn Davis, 2003-06

98 97 96 96 96 95 95 95 94 93

Goals 1. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 3. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 4. Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 Staci Duncan, 1998-01 6. Iris Mora, 2002-05 Tracey Milburn, 1998-00 8. Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 Venus James, 1997-00 10. Lindsay Greco, 2000-04

Iris Mora, 2002-05 Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 Lauren Wilmoth, 2006-09 Venus James, 1997-00 Danesha Adams, 2004-07 Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 Kara Lang, 2005-09 Staci Duncan, 1998-01

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Game-Winning Goals 1. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 2. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 4. Iris Mora, 2002-05 Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 6. Staci Duncan, 1998-01 7. Stephanie Rigamat, 2000-01 8. Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 9. Venus James, 1997-00 10. Sydney Leroux, 2008-Pres.

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28 26 26 14 14 13 12 11 10 9

Games Started 1. Lauren Wilmoth, 2006-09 Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 3. Valerie Henderson, 2004-07 4. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 5. Whitney Jones, 2000-03 6. Jill Oakes, 2002-05 Breana Boling, 1998-01 8. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 Dea Cook, 2006-09 10. Erin Hardy, 2005-08 Lindsay Greco, 2000-04

95 95 94 92 88 87 87 86 86 85 85

1. Traci Arkenberg, 1994-97 18 2. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 16 3. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 15 4. Sydney Leroux, 2008-09 8 5. Kara Lang, 2005-09 6 Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 6 7. Iris Mora, 2002-05 5 Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 5 Staci Duncan, 1998-01 5 10. Venus James, 1997-00 4 Tracey Milburn, 1998-00 4

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

Valerie Henderson

Multiple Goal Games

71 71 60 35 35 33 33 30 30 29

265 240 177 160 100 70 60 54 39 18 16

Valerie Henderson, 2004-07 Lindsay Culp, 1996-99 CiCi Peterson, 1998-01 Ashley Thompson, 2004-08 Gretchen Overgaard, 1994-95 Sarah Lombardo, 2001-04 Chante’ Sandiford, 2009-Pres. Arianna Criscione, 2003-04 Amy Palmer, 1993

38 31 26 16 15 14 9 7 5

Goals Against Average (Min. 1,000 minutes played)

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

Ashley Thompson, 2004-08 0.39 Valerie Henderson, 2004-07 0.63 Sarah Lombardo, 2001-03 0.64 Arianna Criscione, 2003-04 0.66 Gretchen Overgaard, 1994-95 0.66 CiCi Peterson, 1998-01 0.76 Lindsay Culp, 1996-99 0.96 Amy Palmer, 1993 1.39

Wins 1. Valerie Henderson, 2004-07 2. Lindsay Culp, 1996-99 3. CiCi Peterson, 1998-01 4. Sarah Lombardo, 2001-03 5. Ashley Thompson, 2004-08 6. Chante’ Sandiford, 2009-Pres. 7. Gretchen Overgaard, 1994-95 8. Arianna Criscione, 2003-04 9. Amy Palmer, 1993 10. Joanna Quinlivan, 1994-95 Shanelle Eng, 1993-96

76 52 45 26 25 21 20 14 9 3 3

Iris Mora

NCAA TOURNAMENT CAREER RECORDS

Points

Goals

Assists

1. Danesha Adams, 2004-07 41 2. Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 38 3. Kara Lang, 2005-09 24 4. McCall Zerboni, 2005-08 21 Iris Mora, 2002-05 21 6. Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 19 7. Sydney Leroux, 2008-Pres. 16 Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 16 9. Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 14 10. Bristyn Davis, 2003-06 13 Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 13

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

1. 2. 4. 6.

University of California, Los Angeles

Danesha Adams, 2004-07 19 Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 14 Kara Lang, 2005-09 10 Sydney Leroux, 2008-Pres. 8 McCall Zerboni, 2005-08 7 Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 6 Iris Mora, 2002-05 6 Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 5 Bristyn Davis, 2003-06 5 Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 5 Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 2000-03 5

Lauren Cheney, 2006-09 10 Christina DiMartino, 2005-08 9 Iris Mora, 2002-05 9 Lauren Wilmoth, 2006-09 7 McCall Zerboni, 2005-08 7 Lauren Barnes, 2007-Pres. 4 Kristina Larsen, 2006-09 4 Kara Lang, 2005-09 4 Jill Oakes, 2002-05 4 Lindsay Greco, 2000-04 4


AWARD WINNERS

2003 2007

Sarah Lombardo (CoSIDA) Valerie Henderson (NSCAA)

CoSIDA Academic All-District 1997 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Shannon Thomas Sarah Lombardo (2nd) Sarah Lombardo Kendal Billingsley (2nd) Mary Castelanelli Mary Castelanelli (3rd) Valerie Henderson Kara Lang (2nd) Jenna Belcher (3rd)

NSCAA Coach of the Year 2000

Jillian Ellis

NSCAA All-Region

Kendal Billingsley was named to Soccer America’s MVP Team in 2004.

NSCAA All-Americans

Soccer Buzz All-Americans

1997 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Traci Arkenberg Rhiannon Tanaka (3rd) Tracey Milburn (2nd) Mary-Frances Monroe Stephanie Rigamat (2nd) Nandi Pryce Nandi Pryce Iris Mora Jill Oakes (2nd) Iris Mora (3rd) Jill Oakes Danesha Adams (2nd) Valerie Henderson (2nd) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Danesha Adams (3rd) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino (2nd) Danesha Adams (3rd) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy (2nd) Lauren Cheney Sydney Leroux (3rd)

Soccer America MVPs 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Stephanie Rigamat Nandi Pryce Nandi Pryce Kendal Billingsley Jill Oakes Danesha Adams Christina DiMartino Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams (2nd) Christina DiMartino (2nd) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Lauren Cheney Sydney Leroux (2nd)

Krista Boling Nandi Pryce Jill Oakes Nandi Pryce Iris Mora Jill Oakes (2nd) Bristyn Davis (HM) Jill Oakes Danesha Adams Kara Lang Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Danesha Adams (2nd) Erin Hardy (4th) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino (2nd) Danesha Adams (3rd) Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy Lauren Cheney (2nd)

Freshman All-Americans 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kathryn Lee (SB) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (SA, SB) Jill Oakes (SA, SB) Danesha Adams (SA, SB) Valerie Henderson (SA, SB 3rd) Kara Lang (SB) Christina DiMartino (SB) Lauren Cheney (SB)* Lauren Wilmoth (SB 2nd) Lauren Barnes (SA, SB 2nd) Kylie Wright (SB 2nd) Sydney Leroux (SB 3rd) Zakiya Bywaters (SA 2nd) Chelsea Cline (SA 2nd)

First-team unless indicated SB - Soccer Buzz, SA - Soccer America * Indicates National Freshman of the Year

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Traci Arkenberg Rhiannon Tanaka (2nd) Traci Arkenberg Rhiannon Tanaka Shannon Thomas (2nd) Skylar Little Staci Duncan (2nd) Lindsay Culp (3rd) Sommer Hammoud (3rd) Venus James (3rd) Venus James (3rd) Skylar Little (3rd) Tracey Milburn (HM) Tracey Milburn Krista Boling (2nd) Venus James (3rd) Mary-Frances Monroe Stephanie Rigamat Krista Boling (2nd) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (2nd) Nandi Pryce Jill Oakes (2nd) Whitney Jones (3rd) Nandi Pryce Iris Mora Sarah-Gayle Swanson (2nd) Whitney Jones (2nd) Jill Oakes (3rd) Iris Mora Jill Oakes Bristyn Davis (3rd) Danesha Adams Jill Oakes Valerie Henderson Iris Mora (2nd) Mary Castelanelli (3rd) Christina DiMartino Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Valerie Henderson (3rd) Danesha Adams Christina DiMartino Lauren Cheney Erin Hard (2nd) Valerie Henderson (3rd) Lauren Cheney Ashley Thompson Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy McCall Zerboni (3rd)

2009

Lauren Cheney Sydney Leroux Lauren Barnes (2nd) Kristina Larsen (2nd) Lauren Wilmoth (3rd)

Soccer Buzz All-Region 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Traci Arkenberg^ Rhi Tanaka Shannon Thomas (2nd) Sommer Hammoud (3rd)* Skylar Little Lindsay Culp (2nd) Staci Duncan (3rd) Breana Boling (3rd) Venus James (3rd) Tracey Milburn (2nd) Skylar Little (3rd) Tracey Milburn Krista Boling (2nd) Stephanie Rigamat (3rd) Karissa Hampton (3rd) Stephanie Rigamat Mary-Frances Monroe Krista Boling (2nd) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (3rd) Nandi Pryce Whitney Jones (2nd) Jill Oakes (2nd) Iris Mora Nandi Pryce^ Sarah-Gayle Swanson (2nd) Whitney Jones (2nd) Bristyn Davis Jill Oakes Iris Mora (2nd) Kendal Billingsley (3rd) Danesha Adams Jill Oakes Kara Lang (2nd) Iris Mora (3rd) Mary Castelanelli (3rd) Lauren Cheney^* Danesha Adams Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy Valerie Henderson (3rd)

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AWARD WINNERS 2007 2008

Danesha Adams Lauren Cheney^ Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy (2nd) Valerie Henderson (2nd) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy Lauren Wilmoth (2nd) Ashley Thompson (2nd) Kylie Wright (3rd) ^ West Region Player of the Year * West Region Freshman of the Year

NCAA All-Tournament 2000 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009

Karissa Hampton Venus James Nandi Pryce Kendal Billingsley Danesha Adams Iris Mora Valerie Henderson Bristyn Davis Danesha Adams Jill Oakes Iris Mora Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Sydney Leroux

Pac-10 Coach of the Year 1997 2003 2007

Joy Fawcett Jillian Ellis Jillian Ellis

Pac-10 Player of the Year 1997 2000 2003 2007 2008

Traci Arkenberg Tracey Milburn Nandi Pryce (co) Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino

Pac-10 Freshman of the Year 1997 1999 2006

Sommer Hammoud Jessica Winton (co) Lauren Cheney

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Traci Arkenberg Shannon Thomas Tiffany Brown (2nd) Louise Lieberman (2nd) Traci Arkenberg Rhiannon Tanaka (2nd) Shannon Thomas (2nd) Traci Arkenberg Rhiannon Tanaka Shannon Thomas Sommer Hammoud (2nd) Beth Thompson (2nd) Staci Duncan Tracey Milburn Breana Boling (2nd) Venus James (2nd) Tracy Milburn Staci Duncan (2nd) Venus James (2nd) Skylar Little (2nd)

Sarah Lombardo earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honors in 2003.

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

University of California, Los Angeles

Krista Boling Karissa Hampton Tracey Milburn Breana Boling (2nd) CiCi Peterson (HM) Krista Boling Mary-Frances Monroe Stephanie Rigamat Sarah-Gayle Swanson Whitney Jones (2nd) Nandi Pryce (2nd) Breana Boling (HM) Bethany Bogart (HM) Whitney Jones Jill Oakes Nandi Pryce Iris Mora (2nd) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (2nd) Kat Lee (HM) Nandi Pryce Iris Mora Whitney Jones Sarah-Gayle Swanson Jill Oakes (2nd) Iris Mora Jill Oakes Bristyn Davis (2nd) Kendal Billingsley (HM) Danesha Adams Jill Oakes Valerie Henderson Iris Mora (2nd) Mary Castelanelli (HM) Kara Lang (HM) Christina DiMartino (HM) Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Christina DiMartino Valerie Henderson (2nd) Erin Hardy (HM) Stacy Lindstrom (HM) Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Christina DiMartino Valerie Henderson Erin Hardy (2nd) Kara Lang (2nd) Kylie Wright (HM)

2008 2009

Lauren Cheney Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy Ashley Thompson Lauren Wilmoth (2nd) Kylie Wright (2nd) McCall Zerboni (HM) Lauren Cheney Sydney Leroux (2nd) Lauren Wilmoth (2nd) Lauren Barnes (2nd) Kristina Larsen (HM) Dea Cook (HM)

Pac-10 All-Freshman Team 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kara Lang Christina DiMartino Erin Hardy Lauren Cheney Kristina Larsen Lauren Barnes Kylie Wright Sydney Leroux Zakiya Bywaters Chelsea Cline

Pac-10 All-Academic 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Kelly Robson (2nd) Mari Meinhart (HM) Shannon Thomas Tiffany Brown (2nd) Melanie Hom (HM) Mari Meinhart (HM) Gretchen Overgaard (HM) Miriam Parsa (HM) Cheryl Williams (HM) Shannon Thomas Sarah Connell (2nd) Tiffany Brown (HM) Larisa Kiremidjian (HM) Mari Meinhart (HM) Shannon Thomas Lindsay Culp (2nd) Tiffany Brown (HM) Larisa Kiremidjian (HM) Beth Thompson (HM) Lindsay Culp Larisa Kiremidjian (2nd)

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Lindsay Culp Bethany Bogart (HM) Bethany Bogart (HM) Brittany Whalen (HM) Bethany Bogart (HM) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (HM) Brittany Whalen (HM) Sarah Lombardo Kendal Billingsley (HM) Sarah Lombardo Jill Oakes (HM) Kathryn Lee (HM) Kendal Billingsley (HM) Kim Devine (HM) Kendal Billingsley (HM) Kim Devine (HM) Mary Castelanelli (HM) Michelle Gleason (HM) Julie Hoshizaki (HM) Crystal James (HM) Jill Oakes (HM) Mary Castelanelli (HM) Valerie Henderson (HM) Mary Castelanelli (2nd) Catherine Calvert (2nd) Valerie Henderson (HM) Christina DiMartino (HM) Catherine Calvert (HM) Dea Cook (HM) Valerie Henderson (HM) Kara Lang (HM) Catherine Calvert (HM) Kara Lang (HM) Jenna Belcher Elise Britt (HM) Dana Wall (HM) Kara Lang (HM) Dea Cook (HM)

UCLA Female Athlete of the Year 1997

Traci Arkenberg

All honors are first-team unless otherwise indicated

UCLA Hall of Fame 2008*

Traci Arkenberg * Indicates induction year


TEAM RECORDS

1. 2009 2. 2000 3. 2005 4. 2007 5. 2008

1. 2003 2. 2008 3. 2001 4. 2000 5. 2005

214 205 198 190 181

Saves

Goals 1. 2000 2. 2009 2005 4. 2007 5. 2008

1. 1994 2. 1996 3. 2008 4. 1998 5. 2007

76 70 70 63 60

109 91 88 83 78

1. 2008 2. 2000 3. 2005 4. 2002 1994

74 64 61 58 57

Goals Against Avg.

OT Games (Rec.)

Winning Pct.

1. 2008 2. 2000 3. 2005 4. 2002 5. 2001

0.23 0.41 0.45 0.57 0.60

1. 2003 1994 3. 2005 4. 2007 2002

1. 2008 (22-1-2) 2. 2005 (22-2-2) 3. 2007 (20-2-2) 4. 2001 (20-3-0) 5. 1997 (19-3-0)

Best Home Record

Wins

1. 2008 (14-0-0) 2007 (14-0-0) 2006 (16-0-0) 2009 (12-0-0) 2000 (8-0-0)

1. 2008 2005 3. 2006 2009 5. 2007 2003 2001

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

Best Road Record

Goals Allowed

Assists 1. 2009 2007 3. 2008 4. 2005 5. 2003

501 492 470 465 456

6 10 12 13 13

1. 2008 (8-0-1) 2005 (8-0-1) 3. 2001 (10-1-0) 1997 (10-1-0) 5. 2003 (7-0-2)

Team (Single Game)

Year Shots 1993 256 1994 331 1995 301 1996 296 1997 371 1998 372 1999 307 2000 465 2001 470 2002 416 2003 501 2004 367 2005 456 2006 452 2007 392 2008 492 2009 438 Totals 6674

Individual (Single-Game) Most Goals 4, Sydney Leroux (11/13/09 vs. Boise State) 4, Lauren Cheney (9/23/07 vs. Hawai’i) 4, Danesha Adams (11/25/05 vs. Virginia) 4, Traci Arkenberg (9/29/96 vs. UC Irvine) Most Assists 3, Chelsea Cline (11/13/09 vs. Boise State) 3, Christina DiMartino (9/23/07 vs. Hawai’i) 3, Iris Mora (10/11/03 vs. Washington) 3, Stephanie Rigamat (10/6/01 vs. Marquette) 3, Michele Lieberman (10/12/94 vs. USC) Most Points 9, Traci Arkenberg (9/29/96 vs. UC Irvine) Most Saves 17, Gretchen Overgaard (10/29/94 vs. Stanford) Quickest Goal Scored 00:11, Stephanie Rigamat (9/24/00 vs. USD)

Streaks (Team) Consecutive Wins Unbeaten Streak Consecutive Home Wins Home Unbeaten Streak Consecutive Shutouts

17 (9/23/07 - 11/30/07) 22 (8/26/08 - 11/29/08) 62 (11/4/05 - Present) 67 (9/11/05 - Present) 10 (8/30/08 - 10/5/08)

Streaks (individual Single-Season) Consecutive Shutouts 6, CiCi Peterson (9/3/00 - 10/1/00) Consecutive Shutout Minutes 540, CiCi Peterson (9/3/00 - 10/1/00) Consecutive Games With a Point 12, Traci Arkenberg (9/26 - 11/9/97) Consecutive Games With a Goal 9, Traci Arkenberg (9/26 - 10/31/97)

Freshman Records Goals Assists Points Game-Winning Goals Shots Saves Shutouts Wins GAA (Min. 10 Games)

19, Lauren Cheney (2006) 9, Staci Duncan (1998) 40, Kara Lang (2005) 8, Lauren Cheney (2006) 110, Traci Arkenberg (1994) 103, Gretchen Overgaard (1994) 12, Valerie Henderson (2004) 18, Valerie Henderson (2004) 0.52, Gretchen Overgaard (1994)

22 22 21 21 20 20 20

1. 2008 2. 2005 3. 2003 2000 5. 2006 2004 2001

19 18 15 15 13 13 13

.944 .944 .909 .909 .888

Cumulative Statistics (UCLA) C-E 5-1 6-0 4-1 8-0 5-0 7-0 7-0 9-0 13-1 9-0 9-0 22-0 21-1 12-0 11-1 6-0 13-1 167-6

.920 .885 .875 .870 .864

Shutouts

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Most Goals Scored (All Games) 11 vs. So. Calif. College (9/7/93) Most Goals Scored (vs. Division-I) 9 vs. Miss. Valley St. (11/11/05) Most Goals Allowed 8 vs. Notre Dame (11/29/97) Most Shots Taken (All Games) 49 vs. So. Calif. College (9/7/93) Most Shots Taken (vs. Division I) 41 vs. Louisville (9/7/01) Fewest Shots Taken (All Games) 2 vs. Santa Clara (11/20/99) Fewest Shots Taken (vs. Division I) 2 vs. Santa Clara (11/20/99) Fewest Shots Allowed (All Games) 0 vs. So. Calif. College (9/7/93) Fewest Shots Allowed (vs. Division I) 0 vs. Miss. Valley St. (11/11/05) 0 vs. Texas A&M (11/23/02)

7 (4-0-3) 7 (3-1-3) 6 (3-1-2) 5 (3-0-2) 5 (2-3-0)

G 43 24 39 37 56 50 52 76 51 55 57 50 70 53 63 60 70 906

A 32 22 34 34 44 41 39 53 27 44 57 43 58 39 64 61 74 776

Pts GA 118 23 70 13 112 18 108 21 156 23 141 18 143 32 205 10 129 14 154 13 171 19 143 17 198 12 145 19 190 16 181 6 214 22 2578 296

GAA 1.25 0.64 0.84 1.02 1.05 0.79 1.50 0.41 0.60 0.57 0.73 0.66 0.45 0.75 0.65 0.23 0.87 0.75

SHO Svs W-L-T (conf.) 6 71 10-6-1 (—) 8 109 11-4-3 (—) 9 75 14-4-2 (5-2-0, 2nd) 8 91 11-7-1 (4-3-0, T-4th) 10 73 19-3-0 (9-0-0, 1st) 11 83 17-4-1 (7-2, T-1st) 9 68 15-5-1 (6-2-1, 3rd) 15 66 19-4-1 (6-2-1, 3rd) 13 76 20-3-0 (8-1-0, 1st) 12 38 18-4-0 (8-1-0, 2nd) 15 60 20-2-3 (8-0-1, 1st) 13 70 18-7-0 (6-3-0, T-1st) 18 57 22-2-2 (7-0-2, 1st) 13 73 21-4-0 (8-1-0, 1st) 12 78 20-2-2 (9-0-0, 1st) 19 88 22-1-2 (9-0-0, 1st) 12 74 21-3-1 (8-1-0, 2nd) 203 1250 298-65-20 (108-18-7)

Cumulative Statistics (Opponents) Year Shots C-E 1993 158 4-0 1994 252 4-1 1995 210 7-1 1996 234 8-0 1997 201 11-1 1998 203 10-2 1999 182 18-2 2000 151 5-0 2001 173 15-1 2002 109 12-0 2003 166 9-0 2004 192 5-1 2005 155 10-1 2006 202 10-0 2007 178 7-0 2008 201 10-0 2009 219 11-0 Totals 3186 156-10

G A 23 15 13 9 18 12 21 16 23 19 18 15 32 22 10 9 14 5 13 8 19 16 17 9 12 13 19 21 16 15 6 5 22 23 296 232

Pts GA 61 43 35 24 48 39 58 37 65 56 51 50 86 52 29 76 33 51 34 55 54 57 43 50 37 70 59 53 47 63 17 60 67 70 824 906

GAA SHO 2.35 2 1.18 6 1.83 1 1.79 2 2.55 2 2.20 2 2.43 3 3.09 3 2.19 2 2.43 3 2.18 3 1.94 3 2.61 4 2.10 2 2.54 1 2.33 3 2.76 1 2.28 43

Svs Total Min 103 1650 110 1830 103 1920 105 1860 123 1980 137 2047 122 1925 170 2213 180 2099 153 2039 177 2352 149 2321 146 2414 140 2275 137 2228 176 2315 149 2287 2380 35755

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ALL-TIME PLAYER STATS

Player Courteney Cosso (1998-99) Brittany Dankworth (2004) Gina Dartt (1993-95) Bristyn Davis (2003-06) Kim Devine (2002-04) Christina DiMartino (2005-08) Staci Duncan (1998-01) Kelly Durbin (2001) Robyn Dutton (2008) Bree Edwards (1996-99) Lauren Emblem (1998-01) Emily Ernsdorf (2000-02) Christina Eskridge (2003) Mary Everett (1994) Amy Fazio (2001-03) Brooke Flamson (1999)

Player Nicki Friedberg (2007) Barbie Gil (1993-94) Michelle Gleason (2003-06) Lindsay Greco (2000-04) Sommer Hammoud (1997-98) Karissa Hampton (1997-00) Erin Hardy (2005-08) Jessica Harris (2003-06) Melanie Hom (1994-95) Julie Hoshizaki (2004) Kristy Howard (1993) Erika Inlay (1993) Venus James (1997-00) Crystal James (2001-04) Julia Jones (2002) Whitney Jones (2000-03)

Sarah-Gayle Swanson played on UCLA’s first College Cup team in 2000.

Player Danesha Adams (2004-07) Janine Altman (1997-98) Lindsey Appezzato (2004) Traci Arkenberg (1994-97) Courtney Arrigo (1999) Lauren Barnes (2007-09) Molly Barnes (1993-94) Sherice Bartling (1995-96) Meredith Bean (1993) Iman Bearde (2009) Jenna Belcher (2007-09) Kendal Billingsley (2001-04) Katherine Bjazevich (2000-03) Kristi Blankinship (1993) Victoria Bloom (2000-02) Bethany Bogart (1998-01)

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Player Breana Boling (1998-01) Krista Boling (1998-01) Elise Britt (2007-09) Kristine Brittingham (2000-01) Tiffany Brown (1994-97) Zakiya Bywaters (2009) Catherine Calvert (2005-08) Jayme Cargnoni (2002) Jennifer Carlson (1993) Mary Castelanelli (2003-06) Lauren Cheney (2006-09) Vanessa Clark (1998-99) Chelsea Cline (2009) Taylor Cochran (2007-09) Sarah Connell (1994-97) Dea Cook (2006-09)

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GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 94 30 6 78 2 74 25 38 13 14 32 95 54 17 30 89

92 11 0 78 0 73 22 24 13 0 26 59 1 17 0 75

320 5 1 451 0 46 9 68 14 2 11 69 35 16 18 40

60 0 0 71 0 3 0 7 3 0 1 12 4 3 2 3

26 0 0 26 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 2

20 3 0 27 0 19 0 11 1 1 7 5 4 0 1 16

140 3 0 169 0 25 0 25 7 1 9 29 12 0 5 22

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 90 87 30 2 79 25 86 3 4 62 89 32 23 13 46 96

87 80 4 0 79 23 39 0 0 56 86 23 13 0 16 86

University of California, Los Angeles

160 12 10 0 17 20 10 0 1 35 381 23 11 3 36 20

18 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 3 71 2 3 0 2 4

7 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 28 1 1 0 1 2

9 3 3 0 7 7 2 0 1 12 31 3 6 0 5 2

45 7 3 0 9 11 4 0 1 18 173 7 12 0 9 10

Player Michelle Kaping (1994-95) Larisa Kiremidjian (1995-98) Coco Kleinert (2005-08) Julie Koudelka (1994-96) Stephanie Kron (2003-06) Molly Kruger (2006) Kara Lang (2005-09) Kristina Larsen (2006-09) Kathryn Lee (2000-03) Lucretia Lee (2009) Sydney Leroux (2008-09) Louise Lieberman (1995-98) Michele Lieberman (1994-96) Stacy Lindstrom (2002-06) Skylar Little (1996-99) Jodi Loeffler (1993)

Player Anne Luke (1996) Caitlyn Mac Kechnie (2005-08) Hannah Mac Kechnie (2008) Michelle Mangiardi (2001-02) Adrienne Manwaring (1993) Brynn McGrath (2004) Amelia Mathis (2008-09) Mari Meinhart (1993-96) Sophie Metz (2009) Nancy Mikacenic (2001) Tracey Milburn (1998-00) Sarah Miller (1994-97) Mary-Frances Monroe (2001) Iris Mora (2002-05) Sarah Morgan (1999-00) Sonja Munevar (1993)

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 21 2 51 93 72 96 89 8 1 73 58 20 3 1 86 8

0 0 24 82 37 95 59 0 0 51 12 0 0 0 56 2

14 0 35 227 97 176 197 1 1 22 38 6 0 0 18 2

2 0 2 26 16 22 35 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 1 4 6 6 13 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 17 5 30 18 0 0 7 3 1 0 0 10 1

4 0 7 69 37 74 88 0 0 9 15 1 0 0 12 1

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 2 15 57 97 43 78 85 32 26 16 17 7 89 45 3 92

0 5 11 85 41 67 85 3 16 0 16 1 63 16 0 88

0 36 19 213 37 41 5 5 28 0 35 4 192 38 0 146

0 6 0 29 2 1 0 0 3 0 3 1 30 4 0 11

0 2 0 7 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 10 3 0 3

0 2 2 19 4 5 2 0 2 1 10 1 21 10 0 12

0 14 2 77 8 7 2 0 8 1 16 3 81 18 0 34

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 18 74 8 41 57 19 74 92 91 22 43 78 41 95 84 11

10 63 0 39 15 2 72 53 84 7 42 37 33 83 68 0

12 95 3 10 60 10 264 225 5 5 148 101 38 118 13 6

0 14 0 0 5 0 32 30 0 0 28 7 5 9 0 2

0 2 0 0 0 0 7 11 0 0 9 2 2 1 0 0

3 7 0 2 8 0 19 11 3 1 8 17 6 16 5 0

3 35 0 2 18 0 83 71 3 1 64 31 16 34 5 4

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 6 61 1 20 8 12 39 72 19 12 67 72 23 84 28 17

0 5 0 0 8 6 1 56 5 0 60 46 23 73 0 16

3 36 0 12 3 1 4 74 6 4 199 63 106 157 13 49

0 5 0 1 0 1 0 8 0 0 33 7 12 33 0 13

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 3 6 14 0 3

0 13 0 0 0 0 2 7 2 0 15 5 4 38 3 6

0 23 0 2 0 2 2 23 2 0 81 19 28 104 3 32


ALL-TIME PLAYER STATS

Player Amy Nolin (1994-95) Kerry Norris (1996-97) Jill Oakes (2002-05) Theresa Oda-Burns (2005-06) Rochelle Ouchi (1996-97, ’99) Miriam Parsa (1994-95) Wendy Polnaszek (1996) Alma Playle (2004-07) Nandi Pryce (2000-03) Megan Quinn (1998) Jill Ratner (1993) Stephanie Rigamat (2000-01) Katie Rivera (2002-03) Kelly Robson (1993-95) Sarah Salazar (2007) Christine Sanders (1993-95)

Player Jennifer Sayles (2004-06) Britney Scannell (2006-Pres.) Whitney Sharpe (2008-09) Sue Skenderian (1993-96) Ahsha Smith (2009) Jessica Stamp (2001) Mary Stuart (1999) Sarah-Gayle Swanson (2000-03) Nicole Sweetman (2007-Pres.) Lauren Switzer (2006) Rhiannon Tanaka (1996-97) Shannon Thomas (1994-97) Beth Thompson (1996-99) Camille Toney (2004-05) Allie True (2002) Caitlin Ursini (2003-05)

Player Rose Vandenberg (2005) Paige Viloria (1993) Dana Wall (2007-09) Allison West (1993-94) Brittany Whalen (2000-01) Chrissy Whalen (1994-97) Liz Willemse (1995-98) Cheryl Williams (1994-95) Summer Williams (2008-09) Lauren Wilmoth (2006-09) Jessica Winton (1999) Tracey Winzen (1999-02) Courtney Wright (2000) Kylie Wright (2007-09) Liz Zadro (2007-09) Cassie Zappaterreno (1993) Blake Zerboni (2005-07) McCall Zerboni (2005-08)

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 12 1 89 3 33 11 8 60 65 2 4 47 23 38 10 25

0 0 87 1 23 1 2 8 62 0 0 41 6 21 0 7

9 0 132 0 15 4 1 19 56 1 0 122 20 44 2 20

1 0 10 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 26 6 5 0 3

0 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 2 2 0 0

0 0 14 0 5 0 1 1 7 0 0 15 4 0 1 1

2 0 34 0 11 2 1 1 9 0 0 67 16 10 1 7

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 17 18 34 65 14 9 2 88 2 21 35 72 56 13 22 54

0 0 6 57 3 0 0 70 0 13 34 71 39 0 17 28

3 1 5 18 11 3 1 180 0 15 7 93 38 4 30 33

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 35 0 1 1 12 2 0 1 3

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 6 1 0 1 2

0 0 2 4 3 0 0 17 1 4 1 8 2 0 4 3

0 0 2 6 5 0 0 87 1 6 3 32 6 0 6 9

Goalkeeping Statistics Player

0 2 1 1 4 3 8 17 4 95 10 41 1 67 0 0 1 73

0 5 9 1 4 11 47 9 12 69 42 59 1 71 12 10 25 99

0 0 1 0 1 2 8 0 1 5 12 6 1 4 5 1 4 13

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 5

0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 5 23 5 6 0 5 1 3 1 17

1493 6255 298 316 438 276 8305 309 2967 3014 1482 5178 466 2101 2778 78

Sv Sho GA GAA W-L-T 39 265 8 16 7 8 240 7 54 160 70 177 18 60 100 3

7 31 1 0 1 0 38 1 14 15 5 26 2 9 16 0

11 67 0 7 4 1 58 5 21 22 23 44 5 15 12 1

0.66 14-1-0 0.96 52-15-2 0.00 2-0-0 1.99 0-1-1 0.82 3-1-0 0.33 0-0-0 0.63 76-14-4 1.46 2-0-0 0.64 26-6-3 0.66 20-5-5 1.39 9-6-1 0.76 45-10-2 0.97 3-2-0 0.64 21-2-1 0.39 25-2-1 1.13 0-0-0

UCLA Head Coaching History Joy Fawcett (1993-97) Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Record NCAA 10-6-1 — 11-4-3 — 14-4-2 T-17th 11-7-1 — 19-3 T-5th 65-24-7

Pac-10 Rec. — — 5-2/2nd 4-3/T-4th 9-0/1st 18-5

Todd Saldana (1998)

GP GS Sh G GWG A Pts 1 16 51 10 21 12 42 29 37 96 20 67 12 68 45 9 51 98

GP-GS Min

Arianna Criscione (2003-04) 22-15 Lindsay Culp (1996-99) 73-69 Kelsey Davis (2005) 8-2 Yiana Dimmitt (2008-09) 13-2 Shanelle Eng (1993-94) 7-5 Jaclyn Harwood (2000-02) 9-2 Val Henderson (2004-07) 95-94 Julie Kapcala (1997-98) 7-2 Sarah Lombardo (2001-03) 39-31 Gretchen Overgaard (1994-95) 31-31 Amy Palmer (1993) 16-15 CiCi Peterson (1998-01) 64-58 Joanna Quinlivan (1994-95) 5-4 Chante’ Sandiford (2009) 24-23 Ashley Thompson (2005-2008) 41-28 Emily Zaplatosch (2003) 2-1

Year 1998

0 0 2 0 2 5 22 1 7 33 29 18 2 13 11 5 9 33

Record 17-4-1

NCAA T-17th

Pac-10 Rec. 7-2/T-1st

Jillian Ellis (1999-Present) Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Record NCAA 15-5-1 T-9th 19-4-1 2nd 20-3 T-5th 18-4 T-9th 20-2-3 T-3rd 18-7 2nd 22-2-2 2nd 21-4-0 T-3rd 20-2-2 T-3rd 22-1-2 T-3rd 21-3-1 T-3rd 216-37-12

Pac-10 Rec. 6-2-1/3rd 6-2-1/3rd 8-1/1st 8-1/2nd 8-0-1/1st 6-3/T-1st 7-0-2/1st 8-1-0/1st 9-0/1st 9-0/1st 8-1/2nd 83-11-5

Mark Carr Merry Eyman Michelle French Drew Leonard Louise Lieberman Shannon MacMillan Joe Mallia

2003-2006 1994 2002 1993 2009-Present 2007-2008 2005-2006

Katherine Mertz Paul Ratcliffe Todd Saldana Lisa Shattuck B.J. Snow David Vanole

2000-04 1995-97 1993 1997-2001 2007-Present 1995-99

CiCi Peterson won 45 games as UCLA’s goalkeeper from 1998-2001.

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All-Time Assistant Coaches


YEARLY LEADERS 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Sarah-Gayle Swanson Stephanie Rigamat Bethany Bogart Staci Duncan Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Michele Lieberman Kristy Howard

Wins

6 11 7 9 8 8 7 4 4 10

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Game-Winning Goals

Stephanie Rigamat

Points 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Sydney Leroux Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Bristyn Davis Iris Mora Lindsay Greco Stephanie Rigamat Stephanie Rigamat Jessica Winton Staci Duncan Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Sonja Munevar

48 31 57 39 46 34 40 21 30 37 29 31 52 42 43 32 32

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Sydney Leroux Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Danesha Adams Iris Mora Sarah-Gayle Swanson Mary-Frances Monroe Stephanie Rigamat Staci Duncan Staci Duncan Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Sonja Munevar

7 6 9 8 9 5 6 5 6 8 4 5 7 6 6 7 3

Sydney Leroux Kristina Larsen Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Bristyn Davis Iris Mora Sarah-Gayle Swanson Stephanie Rigamat Sarah-Gayle Swanson Jessica Winton Staci Duncan Tracey Milburn Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Sonja Munevar

23 13 23 19 21 14 13 9 13 14 12 11 11 22 17 18 14 13

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Lauren Cheney Lauren Barnes Lauren Cheney Kara Lang Christina DiMartino Christina DiMartino Iris Mora Iris Mora Iris Mora Lindsay Greco

10 10 9 9 12 7 15 9 14 7

Kara Lang

Shots 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

University of California, Los Angeles

Sydney Leroux Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Lauren Cheney Kara Lang Bristyn Davis Bristyn Davis Lindsay Greco Mary-Frances Monroe Tracey Milburn Staci Duncan Tracey Milburn Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Traci Arkenberg Sonja Munevar

98 98 99 88 96 101 98 82 65 106 83 54 66 129 106 106 110 49

21 22 20 18 20 18 13 18 18 19 8 17 17 11 11 9 9

Goals Against Average Danesha Adams

Saves 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Chante’ Sandiford Ashley Thompson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Arianna Criscione Sarah Lombardo CiCi Peterson CiCi Peterson CiCi Peterson Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Gretchen Overgaard Gretchen Overgaard Amy Palmer

60 82 69 61 45 65 37 36 74 60 43 81 68 91 57 103 70

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Chante’ Sandiford Ashley Thompson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Arianna Criscione Sarah Lombardo CiCi Peterson CiCi Peterson Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Gretchen Overgaard Gretchen Overgaard Amy Palmer

Shutouts

Goals 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Chante’ Sandiford Ashley Thompson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Valerie Henderson Arianna Criscione Sarah Lombardo CiCi Peterson CiCi Peterson CiCi Peterson Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Lindsay Culp Gretchen Overgaard Gretchen Overgaard Amy Palmer

2009 Chante’ Sandiford 2008 Ashley Thompson 2007 Valerie Henderson 2006 Valerie Henderson 2005 Valerie Henderson 2004 Valerie Henderson 2003 Arianna Criscione 2002 Sarah Lombardo 2001 CiCi Peterson 2000 CiCi Peterson 1999 Lindsay Culp 1998 Lindsay Culp 1997 Lindsay Culp 1996 Lindsay Culp 1995 Gretchen Overgaard 1994 Gretchen Overgaard 1993 Amy Palmer

9 13 8 8 10 12 7 9 12 15 6 11 9 8 7 8 5

Chante’ Sandiford

0.64 0.25 0.60 0.72 0.53 0.67 0.68 0.56 0.57 0.44 1.25 0.82 0.96 1.02 0.80 0.52 1.39


ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS

1995

2005

Seed: None / NCAA Finish: T-17th

Seed: #1 / Finish: 2nd

L, 1-2

Washington

First Round @ Los Angeles

1997 Seed: None / NCAA Finish: T-5th Nov. 16 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

W, 1-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-8

Portland SMU Notre Dame

1st Round @ Portland, OR Round of 16 @ Dallas, TX Quarterfinals @ South Bend, IN

Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 19 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 4

W, 9-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 W, 5-0 W, 4-0 L, 0-4

Mississippi Valley State 1st Round @ Los Angeles Colorado 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Marquette Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Virginia Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles Florida State Semifinals @ College Station, TX Portland Final @ College Station, TX

2006

1998

Seed: #2 / Finish: T-3rd

Seed: None / NCAA Finish: T-17th

Nov. 10 Nov. 12 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1

Nov. 14

L, 0-2

BYU

2nd Round @ Los Angeles

1999 Seed: None / NCAA Finish: T-9th Nov. 13 Nov. 20

W, 2-1 (OT) L, 0-7

San Diego Santa Clara

2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Santa Clara, CA

2000 Seed: #6 / NCAA Finish: 2nd Nov. 11 Nov. 19 Nov. 25 Dec. 1 Dec. 3

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

USC Texas A&M Clemson Portland North Carolina

2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Clemson, SC Semifinals @ San Jose, CA Final @ San Jose, CA

2001 Seed: #3 / NCAA Finish: T-5th Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 0-1 (OT)

CS Fullerton Pepperdine Dayton Florida

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles

Seed: #7 / NCAA Finish: T-9th W, 4-0 W, 1-0 (2OT) L, 0-0 (PKs)

Loyola Marymount 1st Round @ Los Angeles USC 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Texas A&M Round of 16 @ Los Angeles

2003 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 L, 0-3

San Diego Pepperdine Kansas Penn State North Carolina

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles Semifinals @ Cary, NC

2004 Seed: #14 / NCAA Finish: 2nd Nov. 12 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 5

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles Semifinals @ Cary, NC

2007 Seed: #1 / Finish: T-3rd Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7

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

Cal State Fullerton Oklahoma State Virginia Portland USC

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles Semifinals @ College Station, TX

2008 Seed: #1 / Finish: T-3rd Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 5

W, 5-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 6-1 L, 0-1

Fresno State San Diego USC Duke North Carolina

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles Semifinals @ Cary, NC

2009

W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-1 (PKs)

Pepperdine San Diego Duke Ohio State Princeton Notre Dame

Nov. 13 Nov. 15 Nov. 20 Nov. 28 Dec. 4

W, 7-1 W, 5-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-2

Boise State San Diego State Virginia Portland Stanford

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Los Angeles Semifinals @ College Station, TX

Record vs. Opponents in NCAA Play (42-14)

Seed: #4 / NCAA Finish: T-3rd Nov. 14 Nov. 16 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5

UNLV Cal State Fullerton Florida Portland North Carolina

Seed: #1 / Finish: T-3rd

2002 Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 23

W, 6-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 2-1 L, 0-2

1st Round @ Los Angeles 2nd Round @ Los Angeles Round of 16 @ Los Angeles Quarterfinals @ Columbus, OH Semifinals @ Cary, NC Final @ Cary, NC

Boise State BYU Cal State Fullerton Clemson Colorado Dayton Duke Florida Florida State Fresno State Kansas Loyola Marymount Marquette Mississippi Valley State North Carolina Notre Dame

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

Ohio State Oklahoma State Penn State Pepperdine Portland Princeton San Diego San Diego State Santa Clara SMU Stanford Texas A&M UNLV USC Virginia Washington

1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 5-1 1-0 4-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 3-1 3-0 0-1

Record at NCAA College Cup (3-8) Florida State Portland Princeton North Carolina

1-0 1-1 1-0 0-4

Notre Dame Stanford USC

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0-1 0-1 0-1

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FINAL NSCAA POLLS

1993 1. North Carolina 2. Stanford 3. Notre Dame 4. Santa Clara 5. Massachusetts 6. William & Mary 7. Portland 8. Duke 9. Wisconsin 10. George Mason 11. Connecticut 12. Southern Methodist 13. California 14. Dartmouth 15. Florida International 16. UC Santa Barbara 17. Hartford 18. Tulsa 19. Virginia 20. Washington

5. Connecticut 6. Nebraska 7. Maryland 8. Florida 9. Wisconsin 10. Penn State 11. Texas A&M 12. Massachusetts 13. Harvard 14. James Madison 15. San Diego 16. Duke 17. Vanderbilt 18. Clemson 19. Virginia 20. Wake Forest 21. UNC Greensboro 22. George Mason 23. Dartmouth 24. Kentucky 25. California

1994

1997

1. Notre Dame 2. North Carolina 3. Stanford 4. Duke 5. William & Mary 6. Connecticut 7. Portland 8. Hartford 9. Santa Clara 10. Virginia 11. Wisconsin 12. Brown 13. Clemson 14. Dartmouth 15. Oregon State 16. George Mason 17. Massachusetts 18. Washington 19. Vanderbilt T20. George Washington T20. Washington State

1995

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1. North Carolina 2. Portland 3. Southern Methodist 4. Connecticut 5. Notre Dame 6. Maryland T7. Duke T7. Santa Clara 9. Stanford 10. Virginia 11. Hartford 12. North Carolina St. 13. Texas A&M 14. William & Mary 15. Massachusetts 16. Clemson 17. Minnesota 18. Wisconsin 19. San Diego 20. Vanderbilt 21. Cal Poly 22. Kentucky 23. Penn State 24. UCLA 25. James Madison

1996 1. North Carolina 2. Notre Dame 3. Santa Clara 4. Portland

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1. North Carolina 2. Connecticut 3. Notre Dame 4. Santa Clara 5. William & Mary 6. Harvard 7. Nebraska 8. UCLA 9. Hartford 10. Clemson 11. Portland 12. Texas A&M 13. Minnesota 14. Florida 15. Virginia 16. Southern Methodist 17. George Mason 18. Michigan 19. Maryland 20. Duke 21. UNC Greensboro T22. Brigham Young T22. Massachusetts 24. Penn State 25. Vanderbilt

1998 1. Florida 2. North Carolina 3. Santa Clara 4. Portland 5. Notre Dame 6. Connecticut 7. Penn State 8. Dartmouth 9. William & Mary 10. Nebraska 11. Clemson 12. San Diego State 13. Brigham Young 14. Northwestern 15. Hartford 16. Georgia 17. Vanderbilt 18. Baylor 19. Michigan 20. Virginia 21. UCLA 22. Southern California 23. Harvard 24. Wake Forest 25. James Madison

University of California, Los Angeles

1999 1. North Carolina 2. Notre Dame 3. Santa Clara 4. Penn State 5. Nebraska 6. Clemson T7. Hartford T7. Stanford 9. Connecticut 10. Florida 11. Texas A&M 12. Wake Forest 13. William & Mary 14. UCLA 15. Southern Methodist 16. Virginia T17. Harvard T17. USC 19. Kentucky 20. Brigham Young 21. Michigan 22. Duke 23. Maryland 24. San Diego 25. James Madison

2000 1. North Carolina 2. UCLA 3. Notre Dame 4. Portland 5. Clemson 6. Penn State 7. Santa Clara 8. Connecticut 9. Nebraska 10. Brigham Young 11. Washington 12. Texas A&M 13. Virginia 14. Florida State 15. California 16. Dartmouth 17. Duke 18. Harvard 19. Florida 20. Stanford 21. Southern California 22. Hartford 23. Wake Forest 24. Marquette 25. Michigan

2001 1. Santa Clara 2. North Carolina 3. Portland 4. Florida 5. UCLA 6. Penn State 7. Texas A&M 8. Virginia 9. Stanford 10. Connecticut 11. Clemson 12. Nebraska 13. Dartmouth 14. Rutgers 15. Cincinnati 16. Dayton T17. Notre Dame T17. St. Mary’s 19. Washington 20. Florida State 21. SMU

22. Pepperdine 23. Princeton 24. Michigan 25. California

2002 1. Portland 2. Santa Clara 3. North Carolina 4. Penn State 5. Stanford 6. Texas A&M 7. UCLA 8. Connecticut 9. Pepperdine 10. Tennessee 11. Michigan 12. West Virginia 13. Nebraska 14. Texas 15. Notre Dame 16. Richmond 17. Virginia 18. California 19. Florida State 20. SMU 21. Purdue 22. Southern California 23. Brigham Young 24. Maryland T25. Charlotte T25. Clemson

2003 1. North Carolina 2. UConn 3. UCLA 4. Florida State 5. Santa Clara 6. Penn State 7. Portland 8. Florida 9. Notre Dame 10. West Virginia 11. Texas A&M 12. Tennessee 13. Kansas 14. BYU 15. Villanova 16. Michigan 17. Virginia 18. Illinois 19. Duke 20. Pepperdine 21. Colorado 22. Arizona State 23. Nebraska 24. Utah 25. Boston College

2004 1. Notre Dame 2. UCLA 3. Santa Clara 4. Princeton 5. North Carolina 6. Portland 7. Virginia 8. Ohio State 9. Penn State 10. Washington t11. Duke t11. Tennessee 13. UConn 14. Illinois 15. Texas A&M

16. Texas 17. Boston College 18. Kansas t19. Auburn t19. Stanford 21. Florida 22. Nebraska 23. Villanova 24. Maryland 25. Arizona

2005 1. Portland 2. Penn State 3. UCLA 4. Florida State 5. North Carolina 6. Notre Dame 7. Santa Clara 8. Virginia 9. Cal 10. Boston College 11. Texas A&M 12. Cal State Fullerton 13. Yale 14. Marquette 15. Tennessee 16. Duke 17. Arizona 18. Pepperdine 19. West Virginia 20. Illinois T21. Nebraska T21. Colorado 23. USC 24. Florida 25. UConn

2006 1. North Carolina 2. Notre Dame 3. UCLA 4. Florida State 5. Texas A&M 6. Portland 7. Penn State 8. Texas 9. Santa Clara 10. Florida 11. Boston College 12. Colorado 13. Rutgers t14. Clemson t14. Illinois 16. Stanford 17. Oklahoma State 18. Virginia t19. Cal t19. Wake Forest 21. UConn 22. West Virginia 23. Utah 24. Louisville 25. Tennessee

2007 1. USC 2. Florida State 3. UCLA 4. Notre Dame 5. Portland 6. North Carolina 7. West Virginia 8. Virginia 9. UConn 10. Stanford

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Texas Penn State Texas A&M Tennessee Duke Purdue Florida Georgia California Wake Forest Indiana Santa Clara Oklahoma State Boston College Missouri

2008 1. North Carolina 2. Notre Dame 3. UCLA 4. Stanford 5. Portland 6. Florida State 7. Texas A&M 8. USC 9. Duke 10. Florida 11. Boston College 12. Virginia 13. Oklahoma State 14. West Virginia 15. Minnesota 16. San Diego 17. Missouri 18. Texas 19. James Madison 20. BYU 21. Rutgers 22. Colorado 23. Illinois 24. Wisc.-Milwaukee 25. Wake Forest

2009 1. North Carolina 2. Stanford 3. UCLA 4. Notre Dame 5. Portland 6. Florida State 7. Boston College 8. Wake Forest 9. South Carolina 10. Santa Clara 11. Maryland 12. Virginia Tech 13. Texas A&M 14. LSU 15. Florida 16. Rutgers 17. Central Florida 18. Washington State 19. Virginia 20. BYU 21. Oregon State 22. Penn State 23. Ohio State 24. USC 25. Dayton

Note: Poll conducted by the Intercollegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America until 1995. The National Soccer Coaches Association of America assumed responsibility in 1996.


NATIONAL TEAM BRUINS

Kara Lang

Iris Mora

Lauren Cheney

Full National Team Bruins

Player Status

Below is a list of players who have at least one cap with their country’s full national team.

Below is a list of current and former Bruin players and their 2010 player pool status according to U.S. Soccer and the Canadian Soccer Association. (Listings are U.S. unless otherwise indicated).

Name Danesha Adams Lauren Cheney Tina DiMartino Kara Lang Mary-Frances Monroe Iris Mora Jill Oakes Nandi Pryce Stephanie Rigamat

Country USA USA USA Canada USA Mexico USA USA USA

Olympians Name Lauren Cheney Jillian Ellis^ Kara Lang Iris Mora Nandi Pryce*

Country (Yr.) USA (2008) USA (2008) Canada (2008) Mexico (2004) USA (2000)

Name Lauren Barnes Zakiya Bywaters Lauren Cheney Chelsea Cline Tina DiMartino Kara Lang Kristina Larsen Natalia Ledezma Sydney Leroux Ariana Martinez Jenna Richmond Whitney Sharpe Ahsha Smith Lauren Wilmoth Kylie Wright

Team U-23s U-20s Full Team U-20s Full Team Full Team (Canada) U-23s U-18s U-20s U-18s U-20s U-20s U-20s U-23s U-23s

* alternate / ^ Assistant Coach

Name Kara Lang Iris Mora

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World Cup Players Country (Yr.) Canada (2003, 2007) Mexico (1999, 2003)

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Lauren Cheney was selected by the Boston Breakers as the No. 2 overall pick in the 2010 Women’s Professional Soccer Draft in Philadelphia.

Photo: Robyn McNeil

Valerie Henderson is in her first season with the Philadelphia Independence after playing with the LA Sol.

Photo: Robyn McNeil

Photo: Robyn McNeil

BRUINS IN THE PROS

After stints with the FC Gold Pride and LA Sol, Christina DiMartino currently plays for the Philadelphia Independence. Photo: Perry McIntyre

Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) Draft 2008 Name Jill Oakes Danesha Adams

Round 1st 1st

Overall Pick 2nd 6th

Team FC Gold Pride Chicago Red Stars

Round 1st 3rd 7th

Overall Pick 3rd 33rd 47th

Team FC Gold Pride Los Angeles Sol Los Angeles Sol

Round 1st 2nd 7th

Pick 2nd 17th 59th

2009 Name Christina DiMartino Valerie Henderson McCall Zerboni

2010 Name Lauren Cheney Kristina Larsen Lauren Wilmoth

Team Boston Breakers St. Louis Athletica FC Gold Pride

After being drafted by Chicago in 2008, Danesha Adams is now in Philadelphia.

McCall Zerboni played her first season in LA and is now with the Atlanta Beat.

Women’s United Soccer Assn. (WUSA) Draft Name Skylar Little Traci Arkenberg Tracey Milburn Venus James Louise Lieberman

Round 4th 7th 9th 11th 15th

Overall Pick 26th 50th 71st 88th 119th

Team Washington Freedom San Diego Spirit Washington Freedom Bay Area CyberRays Washington Freedom

Round 1st

Overall Pick 6th

Team San Diego Spirit

Round 2nd 3rd

Overall Pick 13th 18th

Team Philadelphia Charge Washington Freedom

2001

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Name Karissa Hampton

2002 Name Mary-Frances Monroe Stephanie Rigamat

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Photo: Michael Pimentel

2000

Mary-Frances Monroe played with the Boston Breakers in 2009.

Tracey Milburn was a ninth round pick by the Washington Freedom in 2000.


RECORD VS. OPPONENTS

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 2-1 (2ot) (H) L, 0-1 (A) W, 4-0 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 8-0 (A) W, 6-1 (H) W, 4-0 (A) W, 2-1 (H) W, 6-0 (H) W, 3-1 (A) W, 4-0 (H)

ASU (12-1) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

W, 3-2 (2OT) (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 3-1 (H) W, 2-1 (A) W, 2-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 4-1 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 3-2 (H) L, 0-1 (ot) (A) W, 5-0 (H) W, 2-1 (A) W, 3-0 (H)

Baylor (2-0) 2000 1998

W, 4-0 (N) W, 1-0 (N)

Boise State (1-0) 2009

W, 7-1 (H)

Brown (0-0-1) 2008

T, 0-0 (2ot) (N)

BYU (1-2) 2002 1998 1997

W, 6-0 (H) L, 0-2 (H) L, 1-3 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 4-1 (H) W, 2-0 (A) L, 0-1 (2ot) (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 4-1 (H) W, 3-2 (ot) (A) L, 1-2 (ot) (H) W, 1-0 (A) L, 1-2 (ot) (A) W, 2-0 (H) L, 0-1 (A)

Cal Baptist (1-0) 1993

W, 1-0 (H)

Cal Poly SLO (2-2) 1999 1998 1996 1994

W, 5-1 (H) W, 1-0 (H) L, 0-1 (A) L, 0-2 (ot) (H)

CS Fullerton (11-0) 2007 2006 2001 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

W, 3-1 (H) W, 3-1 (H) W, 3-0 (H) W, 4-1 (A) W, 2-1 (ot) (H) W, 4-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 3-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A)

CS Northridge (5-1) 2009 2007

W, 1-0 (H) W, 4-0 (H) L, 1-2 (A) W, 3-0 (A)

CS San Bernardino (0-1) 1993

L, 1-2 (H)

Chico State (0-0-1) 1993

T, 1-1 (ot) (H)

Clemson (1-1) 2000

L, 0-1 (H) W, 2-1 (A)

Colgate (1-0) 1995

W, 3-1 (H)

W, 2-0 (A) W, 3-1 (A)

W, 2-1 (A) W, 5-0 (H) W, 3-2 (A) W, 4-0 (H) W, 3-0 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 2-1 (H) W, 4-1 (A) W, 1-0 (A) W, 3-1 (H)

2005 2000

W, 4-0 (H) W, 5-1 (H)

2006 2004 1999

W, 3-0 (N) L, 1-2 (N) W, 1-0 (N)

Miami (1-0) W, 3-0 (H)

Miss. Valley State (1-0) 2005

Denver (2-0) W, 1-0 (H) W, 5-1 (N)

Duke (3-1)

W, 9-0 (H)

Missouri (1-0) 2009

W, 5-0 (H)

Navy (1-0)

2008 2004 2003 1996

W, 6-1 (H) W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-1 (A) L, 1-2 (N)

Florida (3-2) 2009 2006 2001 2000 1999

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1995 1994 1993

2008

Dayton (1-0)

2005 2001

LMU (10-0)

Maryland (2-1)

W, 3-0 (A) W, 3-0 (H) L, 0-1 (N)

2001

W, 5-0 (N)

W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-0 (H)

Connecticut (2-1) 2008 2006 1997

1998

Marquette (2-0)

Colorado (2-0) 2005

Loyola-Baltimore (1-0)

W, 5-1 (N)

W, 3-0 (N) W, 3-2 (H) L, 0-1 (2ot) (H) W, 4-0 (A) L, 1-3 (N)

Florida Atlantic (1-0) 2000

W, 2-0 (N)

Florida State (1-0)

Cal (12-4) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

2006 2002 1996 1995

2005

W, 4-0 (N)

Fresno State (4-0) 2008 2002 2000 1996

W, 5-0 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 3-0 (H)

Georgia (1-0) 2000

1998

W, 3-0 (H)

Nebraska (2-0) 1998 1995

W, 5-1 (H) W, 1-0 (ot) (H)

New Mexico (2-0) 2008 1994

W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-1 (ot) (A)

North Carolina (0-8) 2009 2008 2006 2003 2000 1999 1996

L, 2-7 (A) L, 0-1 (N) L, 0-2 (N) L, 2-5 (N) L, 0-3 (N) L, 1-2 (N) L, 0-4 (N) L, 1-3 (A)

Notre Dame (0-2) 2004 1997

L, 1-1 (PKs) (N) L, 0-8 (A)

Oakland (1-0) W, 6-1 (N)

2003

W, 6-2 (N)

Georgia State (1-0)

Ohio State (1-0)

2000

2004

W, 5-0 (N)

Gonzaga (2-0) 2009 2006

Oklahoma State (1-0) W, 2-0 (H) W, 1-0 (H)

Hawai’i (5-0) 2007 2002 1998 1996 1994

W, 6-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 4-1 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 1-0 (ot) (N)

Illinois (2-0) 2009 2007

W, 2-1 (A) W, 4-2 (H)

James Madison (1-0) 2001

W, 2-1 (A)

Kansas (1-0) 2003

W, 1-0 (H)

Long Beach St. (3-0) 2009 2006 2005

W, 4-0 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 3-0 (H)

Louisville (1-0) 2001

W, 1-0 (A)

W, 7-0 (N)

2007

W, 4-0 (H)

Oregon (11-2) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

W, 5-1 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 3-0 (H) L, 1-2 (ot) (A) W, 3-0 (A) W, 6-0 (H) W, 3-2 (2ot) (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 8-0 (H) L, 1-2 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 6-0 (A)

Oregon State (13-2) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-1 (2ot) (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 4-0 (A) W, 3-0 (A) W, 4-1 (H) W, 3-1 (A) W, 4-1 (H) L, 1-2 (A) W, 3-0 (H)

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

W, 2-0 (A) W, 4-1 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) L, 0-3 (A)

Penn State (1-3) 2006 2005 2003 2002

L, 1-3 (A) L, 0-1 (2ot) (H) W, 4-0 (H) L, 0-1 (2ot) (H)

Pepperdine (12-2-1) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2001 1997 1996 1994 1993

W, 2-0 (A) W, 1-0 (H) T, 1-1 (2ot) (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 1-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-1 (H) W, 3-0 (H) W, 3-2 (A) W, 1-0 (A) L, 2-4 (ot) (H) L, 0-4 (A)

Portland (8-1) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2001 2000 1997

W, 2-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 3-2 (2ot) (H) W, 2-1 (ot) (H) W, 2-1 (H) L, 0-4 (N) W, 1-0 (N) W, 1-0 (N) W, 1-0 (A)

Portland State (1-0) 2008

W, 7-0 (A)

Princeton (3-0) 2005 2004 2001

W, 1-0 (N) W, 2-0 (N) W, 2-0 (H)

Rutgers (1-0) 1997

W, 2-0 (A)

San Francisco (6-0)

USC (19-3-1)

2007 2002 1997 1996 1995 1994

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

W, 3-0 (H) W, 4-1 (N) W, 3-1 (H) W, 3-2 (ot) (A) W, 3-1 (N) W, 3-1 (A)

San Jose State (1-0) 1997

W, 4-1 (H)

Santa Clara (3-5-2) 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1999 1994

T, 0-0 (2ot) (A) W, 4-1 (H) L, 0-3 (A) W, 2-1 (ot) (A) W, 1-0 (2ot) (H) T, 1-1 (2ot) (A) L, 1-2 (ot) (H) L, 0-3 (A) L, 0-7 (A) L, 0-2 (H)

SMU (2-0) 2004 1997

W, 2-0 (A) W, 3-2 (A)

So. California College (1-0) 1993

W, 11-0 (A)

2000

Syracuse (1-0) Texas (0-1)

T, 1-1 (2OT) (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 1-0 (H) T, 0-0 (2ot) (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 4-1 (A) W, 4-0 (H) W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 6-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 3-0 (A) W, 2-1 (ot) (H) T, 2-2 (ot) (H) W, 4-1 (A) T, 0-0 (ot) (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 2-1 (H) L, 0-1 (A)

SDSU (8-1-1) 2009 2007 2006 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

W, 5-0 (H) W, 5-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 3-0 (A) L, 0-1 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-1 (H) T, 2-2 (ot) (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 4-1 (A)

W, 6-1 (H) L 1-2 (H)

Vanderbilt (1-0)

L, 1-2 (N) L, 0-2 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) T, 0-0 (2ot) (A) W, 1-0 (H) T, 0-0 (2ot) (A) L, 0-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 5-0 (H) L, 0-6 (A) W, 2-1 (H) W, 2-1 (A) L, 1-2 (ot) (H) L, 1-2 (A) T, 1-1 (ot) (H)

2001

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

2009 2004

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

2005 2003 1995

San Diego (15-1-4)

Utah (1-1)

Stanford (9-6-2)

St. Mary’s (3-0) W, 4-0 (A) W, 1-0 (ot) (H) W, 2-0 (H)

W, 2-1 (H) W, 2-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) L, 1-2 (N) W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-1 (ot) (A) W, 3-2 (2ot) (H) W, 3-2 (2ot) (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 1-0 (2ot) (H) W, 2-1 (H) T, 1-1 (A) W, 3-0 (H) W, 3-0 (H) L, 4-5 (A) W, 3-1 (H) L, 2-3 (A) W, 4-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 3-1 (ot) (H) W, 6-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H)

W, 2-0 (N)

2007

L, 1-2 (N)

Texas A&M (3-1) 2006 2004 2002 2000

W, 2-0 (H) W, 1-0 (A) L, 0-0 (PKs) (H) W, 4-0 (H)

TCU (1-0) 1999

W, 1-0 (N)

UC Irvine (6-1-1) 2008 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-0 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 3-2 (H) W, 5-1 (A) L, 1-3 (ot) (H) T, 0-0 (ot) (A) W, 3-1 (H)

UCSD (0-1) 1993

L, 2-3 (ot) (H)

UCSB (5-1-1) 2009 2008 2005 2004 2003 1995 1994

W, 3-1 (A) W, 2-1 (H) W, 5-0 (A) W, 6-1 (H) T, 0-0 (2ot) (H) W, 4-0 (A) L, 0-2 (H)

UNC-Charlotte (2-0) 1999 1998

W, 7-0 (N) W, 1-0 (N)

W, 2-0 (N)

Villanova (1-0) 1998

W, 1-0 (N)

Virginia (4-1-1) 2009 2007 2005 2004 2002 1995

W, 3-0 (H) W, 2-1 (ot) (H) W, 5-0 (H) L, 1-3 (A) W, 4-3 (ot) (H) T, 1-1 (ot) (N)

Wake Forest (1-0) 1999

W, 1-0 (N)

Washington (13-2-1) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

W, 2-1 (A) W, 4-0 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 4-0 (H) W, 5-1 (A) W, 3-2 (2ot) (H) W, 2-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) L, 0-1 (A) T, 3-3 (ot) (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 1-0 (ot) (A) W, 1-0 (H) L, 1-2 (H)

Washington St. (13-2-2) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-1 (2ot) (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) T, 0-0 (2ot) (H) L, 0-1 (A) W, 2-1 (ot) (H) W, 2-1 (A) W, 3-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A) W, 2-1 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 4-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 1-0 (H) T, 0-0 (ot) (N) L, 2-4 (ot) (H)

William & Mary (1-0) 2001

W, 2-0 (A)

Wisc.-Milwaukee (1-0) 2003

W, 4-0 (N)

UNLV (2-0) 2006 2003

W, 6-1 (H) W, 1-0 (A)

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Arizona (15-1)


DRAKE STADIUM

Marshall Field at Drake Stadium has served as the home facility for the UCLA women’s soccer team since 2000.

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MARSHALL FIELD AT DRAKE STADIUM The UCLA women’s soccer team will begin its 11th year of play on Marshall Field at Drake Stadium when the 2010 home season kicks off against on Aug. 22. The Bruins, who have not lost a home match in more than four years, take a 67-match home unbeaten streak into the year, the longest such streak in the nation. The stadium, which has served as the on-campus home of the Bruin men’s and women’s track and field teams since 1969, took on a new look in the spring of 1999 when it was transformed into a state-of-the-art soccer/track & field facility. The stadium provides seating for 11,700 spectators. The cost of the project was $1.5 million and was made possible by a lead gift from Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy. Marshall is a longtime UCLA soccer fan and was a member of UCLA’s first NCAA men’s soccer team in 1967. The grass infield, named Marshall Field, houses a regulation 75-yard by 120-yard soccer field. The UCLA men’s Home Attendance Records Win-Loss Records by Facility and women’s soccer teams use this field for competiNo. Date Opponent Attendance Drake Stadium North Athletic Field tion and the adjacent North Athletic Field for practice. 1. 10/14/01 ASU 3,466 The Bruins previously played their games on the North 2000 4-0-0 1993 5-4-1 2. 10/26/07 USC 3,345 Athletic Field, as well as on Spaulding Field and Murdock 2001 8-1-0 1994 5-3-1 3. 10/30/10 USC 3,210 Stadium at El Camino College. UCLA’s all-time record 2002 9-4-0 1995 7-2-0 4. 11/22/08 USC 3,114 on Frank W. Marshall Field is 52-8-1. 2003 10-0-0 1996 2-0-1 5. 11/7/99 USC 2,962 2004 10-2-0 1998 2-1-1 Marshall Field at Drake Stadium hosted its first-ever 6. 10/29/06 Washington St. 2,815 2005 11-1-1 1999 2-0-1 regular season soccer game on Sunday, Sept. 17, 7. 11/13/99 San Diego 2,665 2006 16-0-0 2008 1-0-0 2000 when the UCLA men defeated the University of 8. 10/26/97 USC 2,373 2007 14-0-0 Overall 24-10-5 San Francisco, 3-0. The UCLA women first played on 9. 11/2/08 Cal 2,324 2008 13-0-0 the field on Oct. 15, 2000, defeating Oregon, 8-0 in Spaulding Field 10 10/14/07 Oregon 2,310 2008 12-0-0 front of 1,742 fans in attendance. 11. 10/13/02 Stanford 2,104 1996 3-1-0 Overall 107-8-1 The past nine seasons, Marshall Field has served as 12. 11/2/03 USC 2,069 1997 5-0-0 host of early-round NCAA Women’s Soccer TournaEl Camino College 13. 11/3/02 Oregon State 2,064 1998 2-1-0 ment games. In fact, the Bruins take a 19-match 14. 9/29/06 San Diego 1,891 1996 1-0-0 1999 4-0-0 NCAA home winning streak into the season. UCLA’s 15. 10/23/05 Washington St. 1,859 1997 4-1-0 2000 4-0-0 last tournament loss at home came against Texas 16. 10/24/04 California 1,858 1998 3-0-0 2001 2-0-0 A&M back in 2002. 17. 10/5/08 San Diego 1,822 Overall 8-1-0 2003 1-0-1 Since playing in its first match at Drake Stadium in 18. 11/29/08 Duke 1,797 Overall 21-2-1 2000, UCLA has lost just eight times at home, taking 19. 11/25/05 Virginia 1,782 a 107-8-1 record into the 2010 season. 20. 10/15/00 Oregon 1,742

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DEPARTMENT STAFF

Dan Guerrero

Ken Weiner

Dr. Gene Block

Director of Athletics Ninth Year UCLA ‘74

Associate Athletic Director 17th Year UCLA ‘78

Chancellor Fourth Year Stanford ‘77

In just eight years as UCLA’s Director of Athletics, Daniel G. Guerrero has boldly placed his imprint on the school’s highly-successful athletic program. Guerrero, one of the most respected and talented administrators in intercollegiate athletics, has placed his mark on the program as the director of athletics at UCLA. He is currently serving as the chair of the NCAA’s Division I Men’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group. He is also a member of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. In addition, he is the third vice-president of NACDA, serves on the NACDA Executive Committee and is also on the executive board of the Division I Athletic Directors Association. In June of 2007, he was named NACDA Division I West Region Athletic Director of the Year. In his first eight years, Guerrero has clearly established a pattern of “image and substance” that few in his profession can match. UCLA stands as the No. 1 University in the nation for NCAA team championships (106) won, a number that continues to grow under his direction. In those eight years, UCLA teams have won 20 NCAA team titles (the highest total in the nation in that span) in 11 different sports, finished second 16 times and have had an additional 28 Top Five finishes. A staggering 152 teams (of 184 possible) have qualified for NCAA post-season competition and the football team has appeared in seven bowl games. The program has also won 45 conference championships in 15 different sports, produced 400 All-Americans and featured four Honda Award winners, including the 200304 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Guerrero came to UCLA in 2002 from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s fifth Director of Athletics for 10 years. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, he was the Athletic Director for five years at Cal State Dominguez Hills (1988-92). He received his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1974 and played second base in the Bruin baseball program for four years. Born on November 10, 1951 in Tucson, AZ, he is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello and they have two daughters: Jenna and Katie.

Ken Weiner enters his 17th year overseeing the business operations for the UCLA Athletic Department and is in his 30th year overall with the university. His duties include the administration and supervision of six Bruin sport programs, including baseball, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s swimming and diving, and men’s and women’s water polo. During his tenure at UCLA Athletics, his sports have garnered 16 national championships and numerous conference championship titles. He also oversees new business and project development, and capital improvements for the department. Weiner spearheaded the negotiations that resulted in a 20-year agreement between UCLA and the Rose Bowl, including much needed facilities improvements for the football program. In addition, he supervises the athletic facilities division, the operations of UCLA’s sports practice and competition venues, game and event operations, department and team travel and UCLA Camps and Clinics. Weiner is responsible for major capital improvements for Athletics. Project include the renovated J.D. Morgan Intercollegiate Athletics Center and Acosta Student Athlete Training Center and Knapp Football Center, the new Hall of Fame, the Jackie Robinson baseball and Easton softball clubhouse construction and stadium renovations, the Drake Track/Marshall Field renovation, a new golf practice facility, Pauley Pavilion interior upgrades and the North soccer field construction. Future projects include a major renovation of the historic Pauley Pavilion, upgrade of the baseball stadium clubhouse and practice facilities and construction of a new Academic Studies Center. Weiner is a member of NACDA and IAAM. He has served on various committees for the NCAA, most recently as chairman of the Men’s Water Polo Committee. Prior to his appointment at UCLA Athletics, Weiner cofounded and served as Associate Director of the UCLA Central Ticket Office and continues to serve as the liaison between the Athletic Department and the CTO. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from UCLA in 1978. He and his wife, Caren, have two children, Nicole, 23, and Kevin, 20.

Dr. Gene Block became chancellor of UCLA in summer 2007, taking the helm of a world-class institution comprising 37,000 students and 27,000 faculty and staff, with an annual budget of $3.7 billion. As chief executive officer, he oversees all aspects of the university’s three-part mission of education, research and service. He also holds appointments on the UCLA faculty in the department of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences in the David Geffen School of Medicine and in the department of physiological science in the College of Letters and Science. Previously, Dr. Block served as vice president and provost of the University of Virginia, where he also held the Alumni Council Thomas Jefferson Professorship in Biology. With academic expertise in biological clocks, he conducts research on the neurobiology of circadian rhythms in higher organisms, leading a research lab funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). From 1991 to 2002, he directed the National Science Foundation’s Science and Technology Center for Biological Timing. In 1997, he was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has invented a number of devices and holds a patent for a non-contact respiratory monitor for the prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Chancellor Block joined the faculty of the University of Virginia in 1978 as an assistant professor of biology. He served as vice provost for research from 1993 to 1998 and then as vice president for research and public service until his appointment as vice president and provost in 2001. Dr. Block also headed an NIH graduate training program aimed at increasing the number of scientists from underrepresented groups. In 1998, he received the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Outstanding Public Service Award for his work with Virginia’s business community. A native of Monticello, NY, Chancellor Block holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford and a master’s and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oregon. He also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford. Dr. Block and his wife Carol have two adult children.

Michael Sondheimer

Paul Brown

Don Morrison

Rich Herczog

Craig Sowers

Aaron Giacosa

Academic Admissions Services

Event Management

Faculty Athletic Rep.

Compliance

Strength & Conditioning

Academics

Kerry Bradley

April Anthony

Pamela Guglietti

Nancy Ishiki

Leah Waller

Team Manager

Student Athletic Trainer

Staff Athletic Trainer

Scorekeeping Assistant

Administrative Assistant

2009 Women’s Soccer Media Guide

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Nation’s #1 Overall College Experience 10 SIGNIFICANT Reasons to Attend UCLA 1. #1 in NCAA Titles (106) 1st ever to reach the 100 title milestone; 20 NCAA Titles in the last 8 years (#1 nationally) since Dan Guerrero became UCLA Athletic Director; #1 in Olympians and Olympic Gold Medals from 1984-2008; leader in producing professional athletes; nation’s finest overall combined academic, athletic and career resources for student-athletes; the best is possible at UCLA!

2. Prestigious Academic Degree / A National Leader in Producing Top Students Ranked in the top ten among universities in most academic surveys; professional schools ranked among top five in most areas and top ten in others; #1 in the nation for undergraduate student applications every year since 1999; among all-time leaders in producing NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners; #1 in Kaplan Report survey of student resources for the college experience

3. Highest Quality of Life/Best Place to Live Best in West and #2 overall public university in ‘Princeton Review’ in on-campus housing options and dorm food; 334 sunshine days a year; average year-round temperature of 74 degrees F.; 5 miles from the beach; thriving campus community of Westwood as part of UCLA; surrounded by Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Century City, Brentwood, and Santa Monica

4. World Class Facilities Historic Pauley Pavilion; the Rose Bowl (SI’s #1 venue of all college sites); Los Angeles Tennis Center; Drake Stadium for track & soccer; Jackie Robinson Stadium; Easton Stadium; the new Spieker Aquatic Center; Sunset Canyon Recreation Center; numerous championship golf courses; on-campus golf practice facility; Acosta Athletic Training Complex for the best in sports medicine, athletic performance, and finest training equipment

5. Legendary Coaching, Tremendous Sport Stability, Consistently Training Winners UCLA has Olympic, National and USA Team coaches on its staff and individuals who have trained at the highest level and know how to win! No university can match UCLA’s coaching stability in that only one Bruin head coach has left for another Division I head coaching position over the past 40 years

6. Exceptional Academic Support for All Student-Athletes 12 full-time staff working in academic and student services. This includes academic counseling, learning specialist, life skills coordinator, priority pre-enrollment in classes, academic mentors, individual and group tutoring, academic awards banquet, lecture notes, laptop lending program and career guidance

7. Your Future at the Highest Level USA’s #1 Career Center for full-time, part-time or internship positions; average personal income for a UCLA graduate is $77,500; average home value for UCLA grads is over $500,000; the UCLA degree means success across the world

8. Complete National Sports Media Coverage/ L.A. is the Place More overall national, regional and local television team exposure than any other college in the nation; numerous daily newspapers; #1 in former student-athletes and students in sportscasting, news broadcasting, sports writing, acting, etc. to act as contacts for current athletes; #1 in Sports Illustrated cover appearances; Major media outlets like ESPN, Fox Sports and USA Today have offices in L.A.

9. Nation’s #1 Tradition of Athletic Excellence With Historic Long-Term Success Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Troy Aikman, Arthur Ashe, Lauren Cheney, Jimmy Connors, Lisa Fernandez, Troy Glaus, Natalie Golda, Rafer Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Karch Kiraly, Liz Masakayan, Ann Meyers, Jonathan Ogden, Corey Pavin, Jackie Robinson, Al Scates, Sharon Shapiro, Chase Utley, Bill Walton, and John Wooden are just a few of the most significant people that have attended/coached at UCLA. UCLA is the #1 school world-wide in name recognition

10. UCLA Intangibles/Best College Location UCLA’s overall success combining prestigious academics, top athletic finishes and tremendous social life cannot be matched by any other university. UCLA has great resources available on a daily basis for our studentathletes to be the best in any area they select. UCLA’s axiom is Champions Made Here!

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UCLA Top National, International Sports Power NCAA Division I Team Championships by School (Through Spring 2010)   School

Men

Women

Total

1.

UCLA

71

35

106

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

Stanford USC Oklahoma St. Arkansas LSU Texas Penn State No. Carolina Michigan

60 77 49 43 17 18 29 10 31

39 14 0 0 25 22 9 26 2

99 91 49 43 42 40 38 36 33

Top Countries in Olympic Gold Medals (1984-2008) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

USA USSR/Russia China Germany UCLA Athletes Italy Australia

UCLA’s Hall of Champions includes NCAA titles in 17 different sports among its nation-leading 106 total. Since Dan Guerrero became Athletic Director in 2002-03, UCLA has won a nationleading 20 NCAA crowns over the past 8 years.

UCLA #1 for Overall Program Awards (men began in 1971; women in 1977; combined in 1993; NACDA in 1994)   School

#1 Titles

1. UCLA

UCLA’s Previous National Finishes in Overall Athletic Program Surveys FIRST PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1973, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92 Women: 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91

2. Stanford 20 3. Texas 8 4. USC 6 5. No. Carolina, 1 Michigan, Arkansas, Arizona St.

SECOND PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1971, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82 Women: 1977. 83, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93 OTHER PLACES: Men: 4th 84; 3rd 85; 6th 90; 10th 91; 5th 93 COMBINED FINISHES: First: 1993 Second: 1996, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008 Third: 1994, 95, 97, 2004, 2005 Fourth: 1998, 2010 Fifth: 1999, 2002 Sixth: 2003

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NCAA Titles Since 2002-03 School

#1 Titles Won

1. UCLA

20

2. Stanford

18

3. USC

14

4. Auburn

11

5. Penn State

9

6. Georgia

8

6. North Carolina

8

NACDA Director’s Cup Athletic Program Overall Rankings (1994-2010) (Schools ranked in the top 6 every year of the athletic poll)   School

Years Ranked Top 6 Nationally

1. Stanford

17

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

16 13 12 10 7 5 3 3 3

UCLA Florida Michigan No. Carolina Texas Arizona Georgia USC Virginia

Only 23 schools have ever been ranked in top ten of the survey—other schools are Duke, Arizona State, Washington, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Florida State and Texas A&M.


2010 Women’s Gymnastics

WOMEN’S Additional Titles: Golf – 1971; Crew – 1974; Volleyball – 1972, 1974, 1975; Track & Field – 1975, 1977; Badminton – 1977; Basketball – 1978; Softball – 1978; Tennis – 1981; Water Polo – 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000

2010 Women’s Softball

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UCLA: Simply The Best Overall! UCLA ‘Most Complete’ Athletic Program

UCLA ‘Most Interesting College’

From Sports Illustrated on Campus in, April 2005: “UCLA has the most complete athletic program in the country.”

The 2003 Kaplan Publication on ‘Most Interesting Colleges’, has UCLA #1 overall blending their 6 categories of Academic Facilities, Freshman Housing, Career Services, Highest Academic Standards, Hot & Trendy Universities and Best Value.

Bruin Weather Helps Athletic Success US Weather Service records for the Westwood area indicate the UCLA campus averages 334 ‘Sun Days’ a year with an average year round temperature of 74 degrees.

‘Dream College’ Where Parents & Students Want to Attend The 2010 Princeton Review survey of parents and future college students had UCLA ranked #6 nationally by parents and #7 by students as their ‘Dream College’ to attend. UCLA was the only public university in the top 10.

UCLA ‘Most Popular’ College for Applications UCLA continues as the ‘Most Popular’ college for students to apply for admission in the 21st century. UCLA annually receives over 50,000 applications for 5,000 admission spots. It has been that way every year since 1999.

UCLA ‘Hottest University’ to Attend Newsweek ’08 College Guide: UCLA is selected as the ‘Hottest University’ to attend in the major college category.

UCLA One of 25 ‘New Ivies’ Newsweek magazine article in 2006 on the 25 ‘New Ivies’ among colleges: “The nation’s elite colleges include more than the top Ivies. A range of schools are getting fresh bragging rights like UCLA.”

UCLA Campus Receives Most Media Attention Scenic parts of the UCLA campus are utilized for more movies, television shows, and commercials than any other college. The UCLA name appears daily in more publications than any other school according to Newswatch Magazine.

4 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

UCLA #1 Hospital in West Since 1989 UCLA was ranked #5 overall and again #1 in the West (every year since 1989) by U.S. News. The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which opened in 2008, is a one million square foot facility. It has been labeled as ‘the hospital of the future.’

UCLA #1 in Female ‘Athlete of the Year’ Awards UCLA is #1 all-time in women’s collegiate history in Honda-Broderick Female Athlete of the Year Awards. Ann Meyers, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Lisa Fernandez and Natasha Watley have all won from UCLA.

‘Public Good’ and ‘Eco-Friendly’ National Leader Washington Monthly Magazine for 2010 rated UCLA #3 nationally among colleges in its contributions to the nation’s ‘Public Good’ through Service, Social Mobility, and Research. The Sierra Club’s 2010 list of top colleges committed to advancing sustainability on their campuses had UCLA #9 overall in having an ‘eco-friendly’ environment.

UCLA ‘Coolest’ School to Experience Seventeen Magazine ranked UCLA as one of the ’10 coolest schools’ where you can get the best college experience. The criteria included professor’s involvement, great shopping, campus safety and parties.

UCLA Has #1 Career Center Business Week magazine has ranked the UCLA Career Center as #1 in the nation when blending opportunities for students for internships, parttime work, full-time jobs, and other needed services to prepare a person for today’s job market.


5 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA: A Prestigious & Influential University UCLA ranks as one of the Top Ten Universities according

to the American Council of Education and Gourman Report of national educational ratings.

UCLA Ranks in the Top Ten Academic Departments among all American Universities Anthropology Applied Science j Art & Design j Asian Studies j Bacteriology/Microbiology j Biochemistry j Biology j Chemistry j  Economics/Business j  Engineering/ Computer Science j  French j  Geography j  Geology j  German

Linguistics Music j  Philosophy j  Physiology j  Physiological Science j  Pre-Business Education j  Pre-Education Field j  Pre-Legal Education j  Pre-Medical Education j  Psychology j  Sociology j  Spanish j  Theater Arts/ Communications

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Kaplan Survey of 320 Most Interesting Colleges (Based on academic facilities, housing, career services, value, highest academic standards & being trendy)

1. UCLA* 2. Stanford 3. Texas A & M 4. Texas 5. Penn State *UCLA was the only institution ranked in the top 15 in all six categories

“Leading Universities” in terms of influence, according to CHANGE Magazine • UCLA • Chicago University • Columbia University • Harvard University • Michigan University • MIT • Stanford University • UC Berkeley • Virginia University

UCLA Ranked among Top Ten Professional Schools—Cartier Report (alphabetical order after UCLA) Business Schools UCLA Carnegie–Mellon University Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University MIT Northwestern University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley

Medicine UCLA Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University Illinois University John Hopkins University Michigan University Stanford University UC Berkeley Yale University

School of Education UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

Law Schools UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University Yale University

Quality Institutions UCLA Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University Michigan University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

CURRICULUM UCLA Chicago University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

6 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


UCLA-NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (65)

Elisabeth Bachman Volleyball, 2001

Kate Richardson Gymnastics, 2005

Chris Joseph Football, 2008

Drew Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

Kyle Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (65) Football (17) 1966-67 Ray Armstrong* 1966-67 Dallas Grider 1969-70 Greg Jones 1973-74 Steve Klosterman 1975-76 John Sciarra 1976-77 Jeff Dankworth 1977-78 John Fowler 1982-83 Cormac Carney 1983-84 Rick Neuheisel 1985-86 Mike Hartmeier 1989-90 Rick Meyer 1992-93 Carlton Gray 1995-96 George Kase 1998-99 Chris Sailer Shawn Stuart 1999-00 Danny Farmer 2007-08 Chris Joseph

Men’s Basketball (5) 1968-69 Kenny Heitz 1970-71 Terry Schofield 1979-80 Kiki Vandeweghe 1992-93 Richard Petruska 1994-95 George Zidek*

Men’s Gymnastics (1) 1991-92 Scott Keswick

Men’s Track and Field (5) 1977-78 Willie Banks 1994-95 John Godina 1997-98 Josh Johnson 2008-09 Drew & Kyle Shackleton

Men’s Soccer (1) 1997-98 Josh Keller

Men’s Swimming (8) 1975-76 Tim McDonnell 1978-79 Dan Stephenson 1984-85 Bruce Hayes 1984-85 Pat Thomas 1985-86 Steve Martz 1986-87 Brian Jones 1991-92 Andrea Cecchi 1992-93 David Fleck (diving) Men’s Tennis (1) 1995-96 Srdjan Muskatirovic

ESPN The Magazine All-American Hall of Fame (7) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009

Donn Moomaw, FB Jamaal Wilkes, BB Bill Walton, BB Coach John Wooden, BB John Fowler, BB Cormac Carney, FB Karch Kiraly, VB

NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (8) 1978 Rev. Donn Moomaw, Football ‘53 1981 Willie Naulls, Basketball ‘56 1994 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Basketball ‘69 1999 Bill Walton, Basketball ‘74 2003 Ann Meyers, Basketball ‘78 2008 Dot Richardson, Softball, ’82 Cormac Carney, Football, ’82 2010 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, BB-Track, ‘85

Men’s Volleyball (4) 1970-71 Ed Machado 1981-82 Karch Kiraly 1986-87 Asbjorn Volstad 1996-97 Trong Nguyen* Men’s Water Polo (4) 1982-83 Brian Black 1995-96 Thomas Wong 1999-00 Parsa Bonderson 2000-01 Sean Kern Women’s Basketball (1) 1985-86 Anne Dean Women’s Golf (1) 1985-86 Kay Cockerill Women’s Gymnastics (4) 1989-90 Jill Andrews 2002-03 Kristin Parker 2002-03 Onnie Willis 2005-06 Kate Richardson

Softball (2) 1992-93 Lisa Fernandez 1994-95 Jennifer Brundage Women’s Swimming (5) 1995-96 Annette Salmeen 1999-00 Keiko Price 2000-01 Brigid Dwyer 2001-02 Katie Younglove 2003-04 Kristen Lewis Women’s Tennis (1) 1983-84 Karen Dewis Women’s Track and Field (3) 1996-97 Amy Acuff 1997-98 Nada Kawar 2006-07 Jacqueline Nguyen Women’s Volleyball (2) 1993-94 Julie Bremner 2000-01 Elisabeth Bachman

*Alternate Selections

Rhodes Scholarships (5)

NCAA Top Eight Award (14)

1925 1962 1969 1996 2008

1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2001-02 2003-04 2006-07

John Olmsted, Tennis William Zeltonoga, Wrestling Harold Griffin, Football Annette Salmeen, Swimming Chris Joseph, Football

NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award (4) 1977 Tom Bradley, Former LA Mayor 1984 Rafer Johnson, Calif. Special Olympics 1996 John Wooden, Former UCLA BB Coach 2003 Donna de Varona, Commission on Title IX

7 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

John Sciarra, FB Jeff Dankworth, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Cormac Carney, FB Carnell Lake, FB Jill Andrews, GYM Carlton Gray, FB Scott Keswick, GYM Lisa Fernandez, SB Julie Bremner, VB Annette Salmeen, SW Stacey Nuveman, SB Onnie Willis, GYM Kate Richardson, GYM


All UCLA head coaches stress involvement with the campus and the community. Whether it’s volunteering at an inner-city youth clinic, speaking to children at elementary and middle schools in the area, or assisting in campus programs such as ‘Marathon Kids’ and ‘I’m Going to College,’ community service is an important aspect of being a Bruin. These outreach opportunities give student-athletes a chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

Community Outreach Bruin student-athletes, coaches and staff have the opportunity to participate in community service activities on campus and throughout the Los Angeles area. Examples of these events include; • Marathon Kids • Dribble for the Cure • Mattel Children’s Hospital • Elementary/Middle School Visits • Team Prime Time/Prime Time Games • UCLA Lab School Jogathon • I’m Going to College • Adopt a Classroom • Special Requests/Events These outreach opportunities give student-athletes a chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

8 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Wooden Academy: Teamwork, Leadership and Character The Wooden Academy is a comprehensive leadership development program designed to educate and support the standards of leadership for Bruin student-athletes. The pillars of the Wooden Academy are teamwork, leadership and character. The program is named after legendary Coach John Wooden, and strives to teach the values and principles of his Pyramid of Success. We believe that these skills will assist student-athletes in their pursuit to be successful leaders and teammates at UCLA, and as they prepare to be champions in life. Student-athletes will have the opportunity to participate in the Wooden Academy each year by attending seminars and learning practical leadership lessons from coaches, administrators and Bruin alumni.


Websites, Quarter System, UCLA Weather UCLA MAIN WEBSITES FOR RECRUITS UCLA Official Sports Site: www.uclabruins.com UCLA Internet Broadcasts: www.uclabruins.com/multimedia/ucla-stretch.html Bruin Cam/Wooden Tribute: http://www.spotlight.ucla.edu/john-wooden http://maps.ucla.edu/camtest.htm?d=d&d=d&d=d&d=d UCLA University Official Site: www.ucla.edu UCLA Facebook Site: http://www.facebook.com/uclaathletics UCLA Sports Nutrition Site: www.fuelingbruins.blogspot.com

UCLA TWITTER SITES UCLA Athletics: http://twitter.com/UCLAAthletics UCLA Football Coach Rick Neuheisel on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CoachNeuheisel UCLA Basketball Coach Ben Howland On Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ben_Howland UCLA Basketball Coach Nikki Caldwell on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NikkiCaldwell UCLA Gymnastics Coach Valorie Kondos Field on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclagymnastics

Softball won UCLA’s record 106th NCAA Team Title. All student-athletes receive free tickets to UCLA home regular season sports events to support our great teams.

UCLA Academic Quarter System Dates

UCLA Men’s Golf on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLA_bruin18

Fall Quarter: Late September-Mid-December

UCLA Women’s Golf On Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawomensgolf

Spring Quarter: Late March-Mid-June

UCLA Men’s Tennis on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclatennis

*Quarters are 10 weeks of instruction with a final exam in week 11

UCLA Women’s Tennis on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawtennis UCLA Women’s Volleyball on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLAWomensVB UCLA Water Polo On Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawaterpolo

9 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Winter Quarter: Early January-Mid-March Summer Sessions: Late June-Mid-September

UCLA Weather • 74 degrees average year-round high temperature • 55 degrees average year-round low temperature • 334 average sun days a year


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11 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


The Best On-Campus Housing Options; plus Great Food UCLA On-Campus Housing Options:

The UCLA Residential Community

All include up to 19 meals a week between 7 am and 2 am and student-athletes are guaranteed priority housing all 4 years if they desire A. R  esidence Halls (Dykstra, Sproul, Rieber, Hedrick as traditional high-rises) 1. Have separate showers for men and women, community bathrooms, study lounges, and laundry facilities on each floor;

BUILDING TYPES

Residence Halls Residential Plazas Residential Suites Proposed Construction

B. R  esidential Plazas (Sunset Village, De Neve, Hedrick Summit, Rieber Terrace and Rieber Vista) 1. Single/double/triple rooms with two shared bathrooms, air conditioning, study space, lounges, laundry;

Scholarship student-athletes are guaranteed a two person dorm room for as long as they want to stay on campus

C. Residential Suites (Hitch, Saxon) 1. Furnished two-bedrooms with own entrance, living room, shared bathroom. Each has its own laundry room and sundeck/recreation area;

Standard On-Campus Housing Amenities: • Basic Cable Television • High Speed Internet

Numerous amenities are available for student-athletes

• Student Technological Center • O  vernight Shipping and Full Copying Services • Recreation/Game Rooms • F  ree access to basketball, volleyball, pools, tennis • E  arly morning/late night restaurants • ‘To-Go’ Meals • Bruin Card Charge Services • Weekly Maid Services

12 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Student-athletes live in both high rise dorms and apartment-style suites


13 — Nation’s #1 College Experience


The UCLA campus is home to numerous first class facilities for student-athletes of all sports. •  Spaulding Field — practice home for the Bruin football team, features SPRINTURF field, along with one natural grass field •  Rose Gilbert Learning Center — located in the J.D. Morgan Center, has 24 computers and numerous printers for all of the academic needs of student-athletes •  Acosta Center — houses locker rooms, the Athletic Performance Center and Sports Medicine Center •  Easton Stadium — houses the 11-time NCAA Championship softball team •  Drake Stadium & Marshall Field — home to the nationally-ranked soccer and track and field teams •  Jackie Robinson Stadium — home to the Bruin baseball team and was recently renovated with new batting areas and playing surface •  Pauley Pavilion — home to the Bruin basketball, gymnastics and volleyball teams •  Spieker Aquatics Center — opened in the Fall of 2009, this state-of-the-art aquatics center is the home to the water polo and swimming and diving teams •  Gifford Golf Facility — A 3,000 square-foot bermuda bentgrass putting green, greenside/fairway bunker, and a 3,000 square foot tee-box to hit balls onto the field for the golf teams to use.

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UCLA: The #1 Tradition in College Sports

Top Row (L to R) – Reggie Miller, basketball; Troy Aikman, football; Jimmy Connors, tennis; Cobi Jones, soccer; Amy Acuff, track & field. Second Row (L to R) – Troy Glaus, baseball; Liz Masakayan, volleyball; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball; Florence Griffith-Joyner, track & field; Karch Kiraly, volleyball.

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Third Row (L to R) – Jackie Robinson, football, baseball, track & field and basketball; Lisa Fernandez, softball; Arthur Ashe, tennis; Bill Walton, basketball; Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track & field. Bottom Row (L to R) – Kim Hamilton, gymnastics; John Godina, track & field; Dot Richardson, softball; Denise Curry, basketball; Ken Norton, football.


UCLA Student-Athletes Have Job Market Success

Cormac Carney, Football U.S. District Court Judge

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Gary Beban, Football

Sr. Exec. Dir., CB Richard Ellis

Eric Biefeld, Soccer

Firefighter, La Habra, CA

Pete Blackman, Basketball

UCLA Vice-Chancellor

Bethany Bogart, Soccer

Lawyer, Los Angeles

Ato Boldon, Track & Field

Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Jamie Brown, Basketball

L.A. County Fire Captain

Cormac Carney, Football

US Dist. Court Judge (So. Calif)

Kay Cockerill, Golf

Golf Analyst, NBC-Golf Channel

Alex Decret, Tennis

Landscape Architect, Los Angeles

Roy Hamilton, Basketball; VP Production, Fox Sports

Maura Driscoll-Farden, Gymnastics Broadcaster Lifetime, USA Network

Ato Boldon, Track & Field Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Joel Farkas, Golf

Chairman, JF Real Estate Dev.

Lisa Fernandez, Softball

Broadcaster, ESPN; UCLA Coach

Jen Gardner, Softball

Real Estate Attorney, No. Calif.

Roy Hamilton, Basketball

VP of Production, Fox Sports Net

Tim Harris, Soccer

Sr. VP of Business, Los Angeles Lakers

Melanie Hom, Soccer

Ophthalmologist, San Francisco

Tim Kelly, Volleyball

President, Bring It Promotions

Eric Lin, Tennis

Residency, UCLA Medical Center

Ryan McGuire, Baseball

UCLA MBA; Manager, Bus. Dev.

Bob Myers, Basketball

Attorney, Sports Agent for WMG

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics

Hollywood Stunt Woman, TV-Movies

Heath Montgomery, Tennis

Dentist, Santa Barbara, CA

Paul Nihipali, Volleyball

Movie Director, Video Producer

Anita Ortega, Basketball

Captain, Los Angeles Police Dept.

Doug Partie, Volleyball

President, A.B. Technical Systems

Tim Harris, Soccer Los Angeles Lakers VP

James Puffer, Water Polo Exec. Dir. Amer. Family Practice, Louisville

Eric Lin, Tennis Medical Doctor

Paula Rasmussen, Gymnastics

Pediatrician, Cedar-Sinai Med. Ctr.

Jill Ratner, Soccer

VP of Litigation, Fox Broadcasting

Mike Reider, Golf

Sr. VP/Manager, Union Bank of Calif.

Mary Ricks, Softball President; Commercial Real Estate, Beverly Hills Dr. Julie Romias, Volleyball

Doctor, Kaiser, Los Angeles

Sinjin Smith, Volleyball

Broadcaster, Fox Sports Net

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics Movie Stuntwoman

LaRee Sugg, Golf Senior Women’s Admin., Richmond Univ. Tasha Schwikert, Gymnastics ABC Family ‘Make It or Break It’, Sports Broadcasting

Anita Ortega, Basketball LAPD Captain

Stacy Sunny, Softball

Production Manager, Fox Sports Net

Necie Thompson, Basketball

FBI Agent, California

Kevin Walker, Basketball

UCLA MBA; GM Amer. Assoc Hockey

Jeff Williams, Volleyball

Sr. Acct. Executive, EMC Corp.

Chuck White, Golf

Voice-over Actor, Bus. Consultant

Dr. Bryan Wiley, Football

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Joel Wolfe, Baseball

Attorney, Sports Agent for WMG

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Chuck White, Golf Voice-Over Actor


UCLA Alumni Span The World / Job Market A Key List of Significant UCLA Alumni Accomplishments   Name

Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy

Francis Ford Coppola Six-time Academy Award winner (The Godfather I, II, III)

Carrie Ann Inaba Judge for “Dancing with the Stars’

Gabrielle Union Movie Actress “Bring It On”

Significant Accomplishment

Val Ackerman Former WNBA President; US Olympic Committee Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy, Actor in other major roles, “24” Catherine Bell Actress; movies and TV Show “Jag”, “Army Wives” Sara Bareilles Singer/Composer; Grammy Nominee for “Love Song” Howard L. Berman Calif. Congressman in U.S. House of Rep. Jack Black Actor; “School of Rock”, “Nacho Libre” Gina Prince-Bythewood Wrote ‘Love & Basketball’, ‘Secret Life of Bees’ Ran track Brooke Burke TV Host; Winner ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Carol Burnett Actress, Emmy Award Winner Nancy Cartwright Voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons” Ted Chen Co-Anchor KNBC “Today in LA” Francis Ford Coppola 6 Academy Awards (The Godfather I, II, III) Marilyn McCoo Davis 7-time Grammy Award winner (Fifth Dimension) Brad Delson Lead Guitarist, ‘Linkin Park’; Multi-Grammy winner Giada DeLaurentis Food Network “Everyday Italian” Rick Dickert Skyfox, Fox-11 Meteorologist, Emmy Winner Brenda Ross Dulan Sr. VP Wells Fargo Bank; Nat. Spokesperson James Franco Actor; “Milk”, “Spiderman”, “Fly Boys” Brad Garrett Won Emmy as Robert in “Everybody Loves Raymond;” 1st Star Search $100,000 winner Mariska Hargitay Actress: “Law & Order”; 2005 Golden Globe winner, Emmy nominee Mark Harmon Actor and Producer; CBS “Navy NCIS”; People Magazine “Man of the Year” Carrie Ann Inaba Choreographer; Judge on “Dancing w/the Stars” Heather Locklear Actress: “Dynasty,” “Melrose Place,” “Spin City” Frank Marshall President of Kennedy-Marshall; helped produce “Indiana Jones” and “Back to the Future” series Megan McArthur Astronaut; Space Shuttle Atlantis Danica McKellar Actress: Winnie in “The Wonder Years;” Featured in TV’s “West Wing;” Published for mathematics research Billy Mills 1st black graduate, UCLA Law School; 1st black elected to L.A. City Council: Superior Court Judge Michael Nash Presiding Judge, L.A. Juvenile Court Michael Ovitz Former CEO, Disney Corporation Kal Penn Obama advisor; actor ‘House’, ‘Harold-Kumar’ Tim Robbins Actor/Producer; 2003 Academy Award winner “Mystic River”; 2003 UCLA Alumnus of the Year Nobutada Saji CEO, Suntory, Ltd.; Int. Businessman Henry Samueli UCLA Samueli Engineering School; Owner 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks Darren Star Golden Globe, Emmy nominee as producer of HBO’s “Sex In The City;” Assisted “BH 90210” and “Melrose Place” Robert R. Takasugi Judge, U.S. District Court; 1st JapaneseAmerican appointed Fed. Court Judge Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the California Assembly Gabrielle Union Actress; “Bring It On”, “Breakin’ All the Rules”, “Daddy’s Little Girl”, “Meet Dave” Casey Wasserman President, Owner WMG, Businessman Jaleel White Actor: Urkel in “Family Matters”, Director Jane Yamamoto Newscaster-Field Reporter for Fox News-LA Zev Yaroslavsky Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District

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Kal Penn Obama Advisor, Actor

Mark Harmon Actor, Former Football Player People Mag. “Man of Year” Star of Navy NCIS

Heather Locklear Actress Melrose Place, Spin City

Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the Calif Assembly


UCLA Alumni Networks Cover The World UCLA Alumni in the United States (3% live in foreign countries) W ashington

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Oregon Idaho

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Kansas

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District of Columbia

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North Carolina Tennessee

Arizona

Oklahoma Arkansas

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Texas

Alabama

Georgia

TOTAL UCLA ALUMNI IN THE U.S.

259,544 4,000 – 6,000

Louisiana

2,000 – 3,999 1,000 – 1,999

Alaska Florida

500 – 999 300 – 499

Hawaii

200 – 299 100 – 199 less than 99

UCLA Alumni Groups Exist World-Wide (www.UCLAlumni.net/FindBruins)

In California • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Los Angeles’ Westside Downtown Los Angeles LA-South Bay/Beach Cities Lake Arrowhead Area Orange County Greater Pasadena Palm Springs Inland Empire (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties) Sacramento San Diego County San Fernando Valley San Francisco/Bay Area Santa Clarita Ventura County Whittier

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Boston, MA Chicago, IL Honolulu, HI New York City Phoenix, AZ Portland, OR Seattle, WA Washington DC

International • • • • • • •

China Hong Kong Japan Korea Singapore Taiwan Thailand

The Portfolio of the Typical UCLA Graduate (almost 300,000 alumni were utilized for the figures below along with career center and local area housing statistics)

$77,500 Average yearly personal income $765,355 Average investment portfolio value $522,500 Average value of home ownership 92% Own their own homes or condominiums 51% Own other real estate properties 68% Hold management/professional positions 67% Have done postgraduate studies after UCLA 65% Donate up to 10% of income to charity 75% Have traveled outside U.S. in last 2 years

Where UCLA Graduates Live 45% Live in Los Angeles County 62% Live in Southern California 77% Live in the State of California 97% Live in the United States

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14 Jack Nicholson

26 Antonio Banderas

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15 Ben Affleck/ Jennifer Garner

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29 Jackie Chan

6 Nicolas Cage

17 Al Pacino

30 Arnold Schwarzenegger

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18 Eddie Murphy

31 Michael Douglas/ Catherine Zeta-Jones

8 Warren Beatty/ Annette Bening

20 Harrison Ford/ Calista Flockhart

32 Whoopi Golberg

9 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

21 John Lithgow

10 Lionel Richie

34 Mark Harmon

22 Paris Hilton

11 Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie

35 David Beckham

23 Casey Wasserman

36. Reese Witherspoon

Sean Astin

19 Halle Berry

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28 Jim Carrey

33 Lindsay Lohan

Adjacent Sites A Westwood Village, UCLA’s Mall B Bel Air Country Club C Beverly Center D Century City Mall E Santa Monica Promenade UCLA Sites aa Morgan Center bb Pauley Pavilion cc Drake Stadium dd LA Tennis Center ee Spieker Aquatics ff Easton Stadium gg Robinson Stadium

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2010 UCLA Women's Soccer Media Guide