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2006 Women’s Soccer Media Guide


QUICK FACTS / TABLE OF CONTENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

UCSD QUICK FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ..............................La Jolla, Calif. Founded: ..............................................1960 Enrollment: ........................................25278 Colors: .................................. Blue and Gold Nickname: ........................................ Tritons Affiliation: ...................... NCAA Division II Conference: .......................................CCAA Facility: ............Triton Soccer Field (1,750) Chancellor: ................. Dr. Marye Anne Fox Athletics Director:.............Earl W. Edwards UCSD Athletics Phone: ........ 858-534-4211 UCSD Athletics Fax: ............858-534-8172

Head Coach Brian McManus ................................... 2

WOMEN’S SOCCER HISTORY First Year of Women’s Soccer: .............1981 All-Time Record: ........... 367-106-42 (.753) NCAA Appearances: ..........19 (Last - 2005) National Championships: .....7 (Last - 2001) SPORTS INFORMATION Associate AD/SID: .......... David Wahlstrom Office Phone: ........................858-534-8437 Cell Phone: ............................858-967-5346 E-Mail: ....................dwahlstrom@ucsd.edu Assistant SID: ...................... Mark Oshidari Office Phone: ........................858-534-8451 Cell Phone: ............................209-518-0759 E-Mail: .......................moshidari@ucsd.edu SID Fax: ................................858-534-8475 WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF Head Coach: ...................... Brian McManus Record at UCSD (years): .... 323-43-21 (19) Assistant Coach:......................Kristin Jones Assistant Coach:................ Vinny Fulchiron Women’s Soccer Office:........858-534-8456 TEAM INFORMATION 2005 Overall Record: ........................18-4-0 2005 CCAA Record: ......10-3-1 (1st-South) 2005 CCAA Finish: ........... CCAA Champs 2005 Postseason: ............NCAA 2nd Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............. 20/2 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................... 9/2 MEDIA SERVICES Internet Home Page: ......UCSDTritons.com CCAA Home Page: ................ goCCAA.org NCAA Soccer: ............... NCAASports.com

Coaching Staff/2006 Schedule ................................. 3 2006 Roster .............................................................. 4 2006 Student-Athlete Bios .................................. 5-12 2006 Opponents ................................................ 13-14 2005 Results/Statistics ........................................... 15 2005 CCAA Year in Review .................................. 16 Record Book/Honors ............................................. 17 Individual Honors .................................................. 18 All-Time Roster ..................................................... 19 All-Time Record vs. Opponents ............................ 20 Year-By-Year Records ...................................... 21-24 UCSD Athletics...................................................... 25 Community Outreach ............................................. 26 Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine ............ 27 UCSD - Youngest of the Best ................................ 28 San Diego - America’s Finest City......................... 29 CREDITS The UC San Diego women’s soccer media guide was written, edited and designed by David Wahlstrom, Associate A.D. and Sports Information Director, with help from Mark Oshidari, Assistant SID. Cover design by UCSD Sports Information. Photographs by Jimmy Gekas, David Wahlstrom, the UCSD Sports Facilities Office and the UCSD Regents Office.

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HEAD COACH DEREK ARMSTRONG 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Head Coach

Brian McManus 20th Year 323-43-21 Record Brian McManus begins his 20th season as head coach of the UC San Diego women’s soccer team in 2006. Widely regarded as one of the best women’s soccer coaches at any collegiate level, McManus has racked up the third-highest win percentage in NCAA women’s soccer history, winning 86.2% of his games. McManus has an all-time record of 323-43-21 in his 19 previous years on the La Jolla campus. After consecutive national titles in UCSD’s first two years at the NCAA Division II level, McManus led his squad to a third straight conference crown, and an appearance in the Division II Far West Region Final in 2002. In 2003 he guided the Tritons to a fourth consecutive California Collegiate Athletic Association title, while in 2004 his team won its fifth-straight CCAA South Division title before falling in the semifinals of the CCAA Championships. Following a oneyear hiatus from winning the CCAA crown in 2005, McManus guided his squad back to the top with a 4-3 victory over Cal State Dominguez Hills on November 6, 2005. In six years of Division II and CCAA competition, McManus’ Tritons have won the CCAA South Division six times and the CCAA Championship on five occassions. His squads have qualified for the NCAA Far West Region four times and the NCAA Championship game twice, winning both times. Triton Soccer Stadium played host to the CCAA Championship and each round of the NCAA Tournament in 2001, with standing-room-only stadium record crowds for the National Semifinals and National Championship. McManus has led the Tritons to a total of five NCAA Division III National Championships, including a title in 1999, their final season at the Division III level. Under his direction in Division III, UCSD was the only team in the nation to participate in every NCAA Tournament since 1986. In all, the Tritons were crowned NCAA Regional Champions nine times and National Champions five. Remarkably, UCSD lost just one regular-season game to a Division III opponent in the school’s history. In 2002, McManus’ squad produced two All-American, four All-West Region and five All-CCAA selections, including the CCAA Freshman of the Year in defender Heather Szafraniec. The 2005 team boasted the CCAA Player of the Year and an NSCAA/adidas All-American in Megan Dickey, along with five All-CCAA and three more NSCAA All-Far West Region honorees.

McManus’ Record at UC San Diego

Year Record Pct. Postseason Finish 2005..........18-4-0 ........ .818 .........NCAA D-II Regional Qualifiers 2004..........14-4-1 ........ .763 ............................. CCAA Semifinalist 2003..........18-3-1 ........ .841 ................... NCAA D-II Semifinalists 2002..........15-3-1 ........ .816 .........NCAA D-II Regional Qualifiers 2001..........21-1-0 ........ .913 .... NCAA D-II National Champions 2000..........21-2-0 ........ .913 .... NCAA D-II National Champions 1999..........19-1-2 ........ .909 ...NCAA D-III National Champions 1998..........12-3-1 ........ .781 ........NCAA D-III Regional Qualifiers 1997..........20-2-0 ........ .909 ...NCAA D-III National Champions 1996..........21-1-0 ........ .955 ...NCAA D-III National Champions 1995..........19-2-0 ........ .904 ...NCAA D-III National Champions 1994..........14-1-3 ........ .861 .... NCAA D-III National Runners-Up 1993..........17-1-1 ........ .921 ... NCAA D-III National Semifinalists 1992..........12-2-3 ........ .794 ... NCAA D-III National Semifinalists 1991..........15-2-2 ........ .842 ... NCAA D-III National Semifinalists 1990..........14-3-1 ........ .806 ........NCAA D-III Regional Qualifiers 1989..........19-1-1 ........ .929 ...NCAA D-III National Champions 1988..........20-1-2 ........ .913 .... NCAA D-III National Runners-Up 1987..........14-5-2 ........ .714 ........NCAA D-III Regional Qualifiers Totals .....323-43-21 ..... .862 .................. 7 NCAA Championships

A three-time NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year honoree, McManus was the NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year in 2001 and the West Region and CCAA Coach of the Year in 2000, 2001 and 2003. He has also received All-Time UCSD Coaches’ Records UCSD’s Excellence in Coaching Award a total of three times, in 2001, 1998 and Coach Years Record Pct. 1996. Brian McManus ..................1987-05 (19) ......323-43-21....... .862 McManus, who came to UCSD as an assistant coach in 1986, is a native of Scotland. He played professionally for Raith Rovers and Aberdeen and spent 11 years as a semi-professional player and coach. He also coached semi-pro soccer in Los Angeles, and previously coached the boy’s team at Torrey Pines High School.

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John Leaney .........................1984-86 (3) .........28-27-9......... .508 Jeff Comfort ......................... 1983 (Fall) ...........4-10-3.......... .324 Ed Kalin ............................. 1983 (Spring)..........4-9-2........... .333 Tre Conrique ........................1981-82 (2) ..........8-17-8.......... .364 Totals ...................................1981-05 (24) .....367-106-43...... .753


COACHING STAFF / 2006 SCHEDULE 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Kristin Jones

Vinny Fulchiron

3rd Year

3rd Year Vinny Fulchiron is in his third year as a volunteer assistant coach at UC San Diego. He has lived in San Diego for six years and in that time he has coached at almost every level. Past experiences include three years at Alliant International University as a head coach and assistant, one year at Grossmont Junior College, fours years at Santana High School, and six years at the club level. Presently, Fulchiron is the Athletics Director and a Physical Education teacher at The Preuss School located on the campus of UCSD.

Kristen Jones is in her third year as an assistant coach for the program she spent four years playing for. She was recently promoted to the top assistant prior to the start of the 2006 campaign. Jones will assist with all aspects of the program including scheduling, recruiting, budgets, camps and travel. A two-time All-American at UCSD, Jones ranks 10th on the career points list with her 81 that was accumulated between 2000 and 2003. As a senior she was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Year after posting 10 goals and 12 assists and leading the Tritons to their fourthstraight CCAA Championships and their third appearance at the NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Final Four.

Fulchiron received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from the University of Evansville, Indiana. He has since gone on to complete his California Teaching Credential. In addition, Fulchiron has also furthered his coaching education by successfully completing his United States Soccer Federation, National “A” License and National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Premier Diploma.

2006 UCSD WOMEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE DATE Aug. 24 Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27-29 Nov. 2 or 3 Nov. 4 or 5 Nov. 10-12 Nov. 17-20

DAY Thursday Friday Monday Friday Sunday Tuesday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Wednesday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Fri.-Sun. Thu.-Sun. Sat.-Sun. Fri.-Sun. Fri.-Mon.

OPPONENT Grand Canyon Central Washington Seattle University *Cal State San Bernardino *Cal Poly Pomona *Cal State Dominguez Hills *Cal State Stanislaus *Chico State *Cal State Bakersfield *Cal State L.A. *Sonoma State *Humboldt State *Cal State Dominguez Hills *Cal Poly Pomona *Cal State San Bernardino *Cal State L.A. *Cal State Bakersfield *San Francisco State *Monterey Bay CCAA Championship NCAA Division II First Round NCAA Division II Second Round NCAA Division II Quarterfinals NCAA Division II Championship

*California Collegiate Athletic Association Matches

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LOCATION UC San Diego Ellensburg, WA Seattle, WA UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Turlock Chico Bakersfield Los Angeles UC San Diego UC San Diego Carson Pomona San Bernardino UC San Diego UC San Diego San Francisco Monterey TBA TBA TBA TBA Pensacola, Fla.

TIME 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 12:30 PM 4:30 PM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:30 PM 7:00 PM 4:30 PM 12:30 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 12:30 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


2006 ROSTER 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

2005 ROSTER

No. 01 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 RS RS

Name Jessica McGovern Mia Shirley Stacy Johnson Kelly Cochran Alise Malley Kelly Mayo Heather Sugg Natasha Belak-Berger Chelsey Campbell Kathy Sepulveda Megan Dickey Alexia Zatarain Lauren Segars Brittany Jensen Rachel Lindenfeld Ali Lai Laura Davey Amanda Esquivel Nicole Pepper Caitlin Ryan Laura Borenstein Sera Akkas Jennifer Lundergan

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

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

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

Head Coach: Brian McManus, 20th year Assistant Coaches: Kristin Jones , Vinny Fulchiron

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Hometown/Previous School Reseda, Calif./Chaminade College Prep Healdsburg, Calif./Healdsburg HS San Diego, Calif./La Jolla HS Westlake Village, Calif./Westlake HS Carlsbad, Calif./Carlsbad HS Oakland, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd HS Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro HS Thousand Oaks, Calif./Thousand Oaks HS San Diego, Calif./Rancho Bernardo HS Brea, Calif./Brea Olinda HS Del Mar, Calif./Torrey Pines HS Canyon Country, Calif./Canyon HS San Diego, Calif./University City HS La Palma, Calif./Long Beach City College La Jolla, Calif./La Jolla HS Danville, Calif./Monte Vista HS Laguna Niguel, Calif./Aliso Niguel HS San Diego, Calif./Preuss College Prep Rancho Santa Magarita, Calif./Trabuco Hills HS Chula Vista, Calif./University HS La Jolla, Calif./La Jolla HS Mission Viejo, Calif./Trabuco Hills HS Novato, Calif./International HS


2006 RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Jessica McGovern

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Sophomore - Goalkeeper Reseda, Calif. Chaminade Collge Prep

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Made five appearances in goal during her rookie season... played in just over 110 minutes of action, making four saves, allowing no goals and chipping in on five shutouts... played the entire second half of the Tritons’ 11-0 victory over Central Washington on September 8... logged over 26 minutes in the 7-0 win over Western Oregon on September 1... longest action in CCAA play came in the 6-0 win at home over Cal State Monterey Bay, playing the final 17:41 of that match. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from Chaminade College Prep... lettered in soccer... posted nine shutouts, six of which were in league play, while allowing only four goals in league play during her senior season. PERSONAL: Born February 10, 1987... parents are Timoth and Andria... father is a video effects supervisor and mother is a legal secretary... plans on majoring in Psychology in Revelle College... enjoys photography and listening to music in her spare time. McGOVERN’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS Min. GA GAA Saves Save % Sho 2005 5 0 110:28 0 0.00 4 1.000 0

Mia Shirley

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Stacy Johnson

Freshman - Goalkeeper Healdsburg, Calif. Healdsburg High School

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Junior - Defender San Diego, Calif. La Jolla High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Played in nine contests during second year in Triton uniform, including five CCAA matches... team posted a 90 record in those games, out-scoring opponents by a 45-5 margin... in those contests, Johnson spent every minute in the backfield. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Started five of the 10 contests she played in during her inaugural season on the La Jolla campus... team was 7-3-0 in matches she played, outscoring opponents by a 26-10 margin... notched first career point with an assist in the 6-1 win over Cal State Bakersfield at home on October 30. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of La Jolla High School… lettered in soccer, cross country, track and swimming… led team to CIF playoffs in all four years, reaching the finals in 2001, the semifinals in 2002 and 2003 and the quarterfinals in 2004… earned second team all-district honors in each of her four years… was a member of the California Scholastic Federation, Link Crew and was nominated for the National Student Leadership Conference. PERSONAL: Born October 31, 1985 in San Diego, Calif… parents are Ron and Salley Johnson… has two sisters named Carrie and Ginny… older sister, Carrie, is also a UCSD student and participated in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, competing in Kayak for the United States… is a Human Biology major in Sixth College… enjoys surfing, swimming and hiking in her spare time. JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 10 5 0 1 1 0 .000 0 2005 9 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 TOTAL 19 5 0 1 1 0 .000 0

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Started all 22 matches for the Tritons during inagural season on the La Jolla campus... logged 1901:53 minutes of play, notching eight shutouts in the process... made 68 saves and allowed only 17 goals on the year... combined with Jessica McGovern on another five shutouts... had a consecutive minute scoreless streak of 590:50 that began on September 17 and ran to October 12... racked up a career-high seven saves in the 2-0 victory at Cal State Dominguez Hills on September 21. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from Healdsburg High School... led soccer team to a third place finish in the Sonoma County League (SCL), qualifying the team for a North Coast Sesction playoff appearance for the first time in school history as a senior... was a member of the District V Olympic Development Pool from 2002-04 and the ODP State Pool in 2003 and 2004... led her club team to the state semifinals in 2002 and 2003. PERSONAL: Born September 12, 1987... parents are William and Jackie Shirley... father attended Sonoma State University... plans on majoring in Mathematics and Economics in Eleanor Roosevelt College... aspires to be a lawyer... enjoys snow skiing, reading, listening to music and spending time with her friends in her spare time. SHIRLEY’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS Min. GA GAA Saves Save % Sho 2005 5 0 110:28 0 0.00 4 1.000 0

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2006 RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Kelly Cochran

Player of the Year… qualified for the CIF finals in both the 300m hurdles and the 4x100m relay in 2003… also qualified for the 300m CIF finals as a junior in 2002. PERSONAL: Born June 18, 1985 in Westlake Village, Calif… parents are Senior - Mid./Forward Victor Cochran and Dana Cochran… has one older brother named Keith… Westlake Village, Calif. is a Psychology major in John Muir College… enjoys surfing and music Westlake High School in her spare time. COCHRAN’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Started all 22 matches 2003 22 18 8 6 22 33 .242 3 for the Tritons... finished in a tie for second on 2004 19 19 8 7 23 36 .222 4 the team in scoring with 21 points... netted a 2005 22 22 9 3 21 51 .373 4 career-high TOTAL 63 59 25 16 66 120 .208 11 nine goals to go along with three assists... earned first team All-CCAA honors for the third-straight season... named to the second team NSCAA/adidas All-Far Senior - Forward West Region squad... scored in eight different contests during the year, Carlsbad, Calif. including two goals in the Tritons’ Carlsbad High School 11-0 win over Central Washington at home on September 8... had four gamewinning goals, all of which came in AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Played in 20 matches league play... netted a goal and notched for the Tritons, starting 11 of those contests... an assist in three different matches, the finished fourth on the team in scoring with 19 first of which came at home in the 3points... had career-highs in both goals scored 1 victory over Cal State Bakersfield on and assists with six and seven, respectively... September 17... also scored and assisted scored one goal and assisted on three others in the 11-0 win over Central on a goal in back-to-back matches Washington on September 8... had two assists in the 7-0 win over Western against San Francisco State and Cal Oregon on September 1... posted four game-winning goals on the season, State San Bernardino on October 2 and two of which came in CCAA play... took 26 shots on the season, 12 of October 5... took 51 shots on the season, which were on the mouth of the goal... had a .231 shot percentage, netting the second highest total on the team... six of the 26 shots she took on the year. was 2-for-2 on penalty kicks during the AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Started 13 of the 17 matches she played season, ranking second on the team. in during her second year on the La Jolla campus... took 16 shots, scoring AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Started all 19 games for the Tritons in her once and picking up three assists on the year... her five points ranked her in second year... was a first team All-CCAA performer, her second-straight a tie for 11th place on the team... lone goal of the year came in the 3-1 win year on the all-league’s top squad... was the team’s leading scorer with 23 at Cal Poly Pomona on September 25... also tallied an assist in the Cal Poly points... notched a team high eight goals and was tied for the team lead in Pomona win... had first assist of the year in the 3-0 win over Westmont on assists with seven... had three matches in which she scored four points... September 7... came back three nights later and put up another assist in the had a goal and two assists in the 4-0 win over Grand Canyon at home on 4-0 win over Grand Canyon. September 10... had a goal and two assists in the 6-1 win over Cal State AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Appeared Bakersfield at home on October 30... tallied two goals in the 4-0 win over in 21 matches for the Tritons during her Cal State San Bernardino at home on November 1... four of her eight goals rookie campaign… scored two goals were game-winners... game-winning goals came against Westmont on and assisted on three others for a total September 7, at Cal State Bakersfield on September 18... at Cal State San of seven points… only took nine shots, Bernardino on October 6 and at home against CSUSB on November 1... four of which were on goal… recorded accounted for one goal and one assist in the Tritons’ 3-1 win over Sonoma a goal and one assist in the Tritons’ 14State on October 1. 0 win over Grand Canyon at home on AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Appeared in all 22 games as a rookie, November 1… scored first collegiate starting 18 of those contests… earned CCAA Freshman of the Year, first goal in the 5-2 victory over Cal State team All-CCAA and first team All-Far West Region honors… was the San Bernardino at home on September team’s second leading scorer with 22 points, coming on eight goals and 10… first collegiate assist came in the six assists… tallied one goal and one assist in four different games… 1-0 victory over Cal State Stanislaus in notched game winning goals against Grand Canyon, UC Davis and Cal Turlock, Calif. On October 10. State Bakersfield… averaged 1.5 shots and 1.0 point per contest. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of Westlake High School in Westlake of Carlsbad High School in nearby Village, Calif… played soccer for coach Frank Marino while also running Carlsbad, Calif… played soccer for track for coach Gus Gardino… guided team to four straight Miramonte coaches Carl Higham and Jay Luff… League soccer championships… helped team to a perfect 21-0-0 record helped team reach the 2003 CIF and the 2003 CIF Division 2 championship… earned CIF Offensive Player Division I semifinals… was named of the Year honors as a senior… named the 2003 Ventura County Offensive the team’s MVP during both her junior

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Alise Malley

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Kelly Mayo

#5

Sophomore - Midfielder Oakland, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd High School

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Played in 20 contest for the Tritons, starting three times... notched two goals and two assists on the season... scored first collegiate point with an assist in the 11-0 win over Central Washington on September 8... registered first goal of career with the game-winner in the 2-0 win over Cal State Dominguez Hills on September 21... added second assist of the year in the 6-0 win over Cal State Monterey Bay on October 9... netted second career goal in the 3-0 victory at Cal State San Bernardino on October 26... took eight shots on the year... assessed only one yellow card on the season, coming in the CCAA Championship match with CSUDH on November 6. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from Bishop O’Dowd High School in the Bay Area... led team to the North County Section Championship in 2005 after a semifinals appearance in 2004. PERSONAL: Born July 5, 1987... mother is Kathlenn Mayo... is an undeclared major in Revelle College... enjoys reading, shopping, ping pong, tennis, raquetball and going to movies in her spare time. MAYO’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2005 20 3 2 2 6 8 .250 1

Heather Sugg

#6

Senior - Midfielder Lake Forest, Calif. El Toro High School

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Played in 19 matches, getting the starting nod in 11 of those contests... team was 15-4-0 in matches Sugg played... had one assist on the year, which came in the 6-0 victory at home over Cal State Monterey Bay on October 9... took 20 shots on the season, four of which were on goal... was a force in corner kicks, often times being the target for headers on the set pieces. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Started 17 of the 19 games she played in... scored three goals on the year, one of which was the game-winner in

the team’s 3-1 win at Cal Poly Pomona on September 25... other two goals also came agianst Cal Poly Pomona, both of which were in the 4-3 loss at home to the Broncos on October 25. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Played in 20 matches during rookie campaign… scored four goals and assisted on one other for a point total of nine… had one multi-point match, scoring a goal and assisting on one other in the Tritons’ 4-2 win at Cal State Bakersfield… notched two game-winning goals… first collegiate goal was the game-winner in UCSD’s 2-1 victory at Cal Poly Pomona… second game-winner came in the 2-1 victory at Sonoma State… seven of her 21 shots were on frame. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of El Toro High School in Lake Forest, Calif… led team to the CIF Semifinals and earned team MVP honors in 2003… played soccer for coach Kevin Otsuji… also earned a letter in track. PERSONAL: Born June 6, 1985 in West Minister, Calif… parents are Ralph and Deborah Sugg… has one sister named Katie and one brother named Erik… is an undeclared major in Thurgood Marshall College… enjoys all sports in her spare time. SUGG’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2003 20 0 4 1 9 21 .190 2 2004 19 17 3 0 6 13 .231 1 2005 19 11 0 1 1 20 .000 0 TOTAL 58 28 7 2 16 54 .130 3

Natasha Belak-Berger

#7

Sophomore - Forward Thousand Oaks, Calif. Thousand Oaks High School

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Played in 20 matches for the Tritons, coming off the bench in each contest... ranked in a tie for second place on the team in points scored with 21... netted eight goals and assisted on five others in rookie season... scored first collegiate goal in the 3-2 victory over Humboldt State in the season opener... scored two goals in the 4-2 win over #2 Seattle University at home on September 10... dished out two assists in the 3-0 win at Cal State San Bernardino on October 26... had a big week at home on October 5 and 9, scoring a goal and assisting on one other in each of the two victories over CSUSB and CSUMB... had a .421 shot percentage, making eight of the 19 shots she took on the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from Thousand Oaks High School... led team to a 16-3-3 overall record, 9-3-2 in league play, and a CIF semifinal appearance with her 22 goals and seven assists in 2005. PERSONAL: Born March 23, 1987... parents are Martin and Kathryn Belak-Berger... is an undeclared major in Thurgood Marshall College. BELAK-BEGER’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2005 20 0 8 5 21 19 .421 2

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2006 RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Chelsey Campbell

#8

Kathy Sepulveda

Junior - Midfielder San Diego, Calif. Rancho Bernardo High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Started four of the 18 matches she played in during her second season on the La Jolla campus... scored one goal and assisted on two others... Tritons outscored opponents 50-16 in the 18 matches Campbell played in... lone goal of the season came in the 4-2 victory over #2 Seattle University on September 10 in La Jolla... had an assist in the 11-0 win over Central Washington on September 8 and another one in the 2-1 loss at home to Cal State Dominguez Hills on October 22. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Played in all but one of the 19 team games for UCSD during her inaugural season... started 13 of those matches... scored three goals and finished with six points on the year which was tied for the ninth highest total on the team... two of her three goals were for game-winners... first goal of the season was a game-winner, coming in the Tritons’ 1-0 season-opening win over Bryant University at home on August 28... scored the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss at Cal State L.A... scored the game-winner in the 1-0 win at CSUDH on September 22. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego, Calif… played soccer for head coach Raffi Rutolo… helped team to a second place league finish in 2003 and third place finishes in both 2002 and 2004… was the team captain as a senior and team MVP… earned first team All-CIF, first team All-North County and first team all league… was named a 2003-04 Union Tribune Scholar Athlete… earned the Silver Star at Rancho Be\rnardo for receiving a perfect 4.0 GPA during the entire 2002-03 school year. PERSONAL: Born November 11, 1986 in San Francisco, Calif… parents are E. Michael and Corinne Campbell… has one younger brother named Nicholas and one older sister named Heather… is a Sociology major in Eleanor Roosevelt College… enjoys surfing, dancing and going to the beach in her spare time. CAMPBELL’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 18 13 3 0 6 19 .158 2 2005 18 4 1 2 4 13 .077 0 TOTAL 36 17 4 2 10 32 .125 0

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Junior - Forward Brea, Calif. Brea Olinda High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Started all 22 matches for the Tritons in her second season in a Triton uniform... scored one goal and assisted on six others during the season... netted her only goal of the year and the fifth of her career in the 4-3 victory over Cal State Dominguez Hills on November 6 to help UCSD capture the 2005 CCAA Championship... had two assists in the 11-0 victory over Central Washington on September 8... three of her six assists came during the CCAA regular season... took 26 shots on the year. AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2003: Played in all 19 matches during her second year on the La Jolla campus... started four of those contests... was tied for fifth on the team in points scored with eight... notched two goals and four assists on the year... both goals came in the Tritons’ 6-1 win at home against Cal State Bakersfield on October 30... also added an assist in that match... had one assist in each of UCSD’s wins over Westmont, Grand Canyon and San Francisco State, all of which were at home. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of Brea Olinda High School in Brea, Calif… played soccer for coach Mike Knaus… also lettered in cross country and track… helped team to the CIF semifinals… was a three time all-league performer… earned first team All-CIF honors as a senior… set personal bests times of 12.6 in the 100m, 25.7 in the 200m, 57.6 in the 400m, 2:17 in the 800m and 4:45 in the 1600m for the Brea Olinda track team. PERSONAL: Born July 17, 1985 in Whittier, Calif… parents are Irineo and Margie Sepulveda, both of whom attended Cal Poly Pomona… has one brother named Scott… is a Bio Antropology major in John Muir College. SEPULVEDA’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2003 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2004 19 4 2 4 8 10 .200 0 2005 22 22 1 6 8 26 .038 0 TOTAL 41 26 3 10 16 36 .083 0

Megan Dickey

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Senior - Midfielder Del Mar, Calif. Torrey Pines High School

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Was named the 2005 CCAA Most Valuable Player of the Year and garnered First Team All-CCAA accolades... named to the NSCAA/adidas First Team All-Far West Region squad... became the eighth UCSD women’s soccer player to earn NSCAA/adidas All-America honors at the Division II level when she was selected to the Second Team... led the league in scoring with her 35 points on the year... scored 13 goals and assisted on nine others... had three games in which she scored at least one goal and assisted on at least one other... netted a careerhigh four goals in the 11-0 romp over Central Washington on September

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2006 RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER 8... took 82 shots on the year, 33 of which were on the mouth of the goal... had three game-winning goals, including the only one scored in the 1-0 victory over Chico State in the first round of the CCAA Tournament on November 4 in Turlock, Calif... had two goals and one assist in the 7-0 trouncing of Western Oregon on September 1... had a goal and an assist in the 3-1 victory at home over Cal State Bakersfield on September 17... netted a goal and assisted on one other in the 3-0 victory at Cal State San Bernardino on October 26... averaged 1.59 points per game while taking 3.73 shots per contest. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Started all 19 games for the Tritons at center midfield... was second on the team in points scored with 19... had eight goals and three assists on the year... three of her eight goals were game-winners... earned first team All-CCAA honors and second team All-NSCAA West Region honors... first goal of the year was the gamewnnining tally in the 2-0 win over Pace University at home on August 30... had one assist in each of UCSD’s wins over Westmont and Grand Canyon while notching third assist of season in loss to Cal Poly Pomona, all of which were played at home... had a stretch in which she scored six goals during six matches from September 25 to October 15... scored one goal in each win over Cal Poly Pomona, Sonoma State and San Francisco State to begin stretch, while tallying two goals against Cal State Monterey Bay and one more against Chico State to conclude run... her game-winning goal against San Francisco State on October 3 came in double overtime and gave head coach Brian McManus career win No. 300... her other game-winning goal came just two days prior as it helped UCSD to a 3-1 win over Sonoma State on October 1. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Started in 12 of the 20 matches in which she appeared for the Tritons during her rookie season… notched six goals and eight assists for 20 points, making her the third leading scorer on the team… had back-to-back game winning goals, the first coming on September 5, a 1-0 UCSD win at Seattle University… the next was on September 10 at home in the Tritons’ 5-2 rout of Cal State San Bernardino… scored twice in the 5-1 victory at Cal State Dominguez Hills on November 9… had two assists in the season opening 6-0 victory over Central Washington on the road on September 3. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of nearby Torrey Pines High School… played soccer for coaches Dennis Costello, Colin Chesters and Ada Greenwood… helped team to the CIF Championship in both 2000 and 2003… member of the Avocado League Championships squad in 2000 and the three time Palomar League Champions in 2001, 2002 and 2003… named the Palomar League MVP in 2003 in addition to first team allleague honors… was named to the All-Scholar team in each of her four years at Torrey Pines… volunteered at St. Vincent De Pual in 2002 and 2003. PERSONAL: Born April 8, 1985 in San Diego, Calif… parents are Dan and Barbara Dickey… has one brother named Jason… is a Psychology major in Eleanor Roosevelt College… enjoys all sports, knitting and reading in her spare time. DICKEY’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2003 20 12 6 8 20 48 .125 2 2004 19 19 8 3 19 59 .136 3 2005 22 22 13 9 35 82 .159 3 TOTAL 61 53 27 20 74 189 .143 8

Lauren Segars

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Sophomore - Midfielder San Diego, Calif. University City High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Played in 16 matches during her second season in a Triton uniform... netted five goals and assisted on one other during the year... took 16 shots, scoring on five of those for a shot percentage of .312... scored two goals in the 7-0 win over Western Oregon on September 1... added a goal in the 3-0 win at San Francisco State on October 2... posted two goals, including the game-winner, in the 4-3 victory over Cal State Dominguez Hills in the CCAA Championship match on November 6. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Played in 14 matches during inaugural season on the La Jolla campus, starting seven of those contests... scored two goals and had one assist on the season... first goal of career came in 2-0 win over Pace University at home on August 30... also tallied an assist on the game-winner against Pace... scored second goal of career in 4-0 win over Grand Canyon at home on September 10, which was the game-winner. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2004 from nearby University City High School… lettered in cross country, track and soccer… team finished as the CIF Co-Champions in both 2002 and 2003… team finished as Western League Co-Champions in both 2003 and 2004… earned first team All-Western League honors as a sophomore, junior and senior. PERSONAL: Born July 9, 1986 in San Diego, Calif… parents are Lance and Jennifer Segars, both of whom attended the University of Pittsburgh… has one sister named Caroline… is a Communications major in Revelle College. SEGARS’ CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 14 7 2 1 5 7 .286 1 2005 16 0 5 1 11 16 .312 1 TOTAL 30 7 7 2 16 23 .304 2

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Rachel Lindenfeld

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Junior - Midfielder La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Appeared in nine matched for the Tritons in her second season on the La Jolla campus... scored one goal on three shots during the year... lone goal was one of two shots in the 11-0 victory at home over Central Washington on September 8... only other shot came in the 3-1 victory over Cal State Bakersfield on September 17 at home. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Played in 18 games during inaugural season as a Triton, starting nine of those contests... scored three goals and assisted on one other... had a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win over Westmont on September 7... had a goal in the 4-3 loss at home against Cal Poly Pomona on October 25... scored in the 4-0 win over Cal State San Bernardino at home on November 1. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of nearby La Jolla High School… played soccer for coach Stevie Hill… also lettered in track… team was a CIF Finalist in 2001… earned accolades on the Union Tribune All-Academic squad… earned first team All-Western League honors… earned the Blue Ribbon in Physics at the San Diego Science Fair… was involved in the JCC Maccabi community service program. PERSONAL: Born January 12, 1986 in San Diego, Calif… parents are Michael and Elizabeth Lindenfeld… has two sisters named Sharon and Sara… is a Sociology major in John Muir College… enjoys music and creative writing in her spare time. LINDENFELD’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 18 9 3 1 7 21 .143 0 2005 9 0 1 0 2 3 .667 0 TOTAL 27 9 4 1 9 24 .167 0

Ali Lai

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Junior - Midfielder Danville, Calif. Monte Vista High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Appeared in all 22 contests for the Tritons in her second season the La Jolla campus, getting the starting nod in all 22 matches... scored eight goals and assisted on two others... her 18 points on the year were the fourth highest total on the team... netted her first collegiate

hat trick with three goals on only five shots in the 6-0 victory at home over Cal State Monterey Bay on October 9... had a goal and two assists in the 11-0 thumping of Central Washington on September 8... scored the only goal of the game in the 1-0 victory over Sonoma State on September 30 in Rohnert Park... her eight goals came on 34 shots, giving her a .235 shot percentage for the season. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Started all 17 of the contests she played in during her first year in a Triton uniform... scored four goals and was tied for the team lead in assists with seven... finished third on the team in scoring with 15 points... scored twice, including the game-winner, and had an assist in the 6-1 win over Cal State Bakersfield at home on October 30... had a goal and as assist in the 3-1 win over Sonoma State at home on October 1... tallied first career goal in 3-0 win over Westmont at home on September 7 HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Monte Vista High School in Danville, Calif… played soccer for coaches Greg Fish and Jon Moore… helped team to a 54-8-11 record in three seasons… team was a section finalist in both 2002 and 2003, winning the championship in 2003… earned second team All-EBAL honors in 2002 and 2003… named to the CIF All-Scholastic Team in 2003… earned first team All-EBAL honors in 2004. PERSONAL: Born April 28, 1987 in Sacramento, Calif... parents are Donald and Rose Lai… has three brothers named Mike, Phil and Wes… is an undeclared major in Sixth College… enjoys snowboarding and basketball in her spare time. LAI’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 17 17 4 7 15 33 .121 1 2005 22 22 8 2 18 34 .235 1 TOTAL 39 39 12 9 33 67 .179 2

Amanda Esquivel

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Sophomore - Midfielder San Diego, Calif. Preuss College Prep

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Started one of the 14 matches she appeared in during her rookie campaign on the UCSD campus... scored one goal and took two shots on the year... netted her first collegiate goal in the 5-0 victory at home over Cal State San Bernardino on October 5... got her first collegiate start in the 1-0 victory at Cal Poly Pomona on September 24. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from the Preuss College Prep, located on the UC San Diego campus... also played volleyball, appearing on the Coastal South All Star Team.... played internationally for the Costa Rican U-19 team, scoring four international goals PERSONAL: Born September 16, 1987... mother is Lydia Flores and father is Santiago Esquivel... has two younger siblings named Jose and

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2006 RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER Alessandrois a Psychology major in Marshall College... aspires to be a sports psychologist after her time at UC San Diego. ESQUIVEL’SCAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2005 14 1 1 0 2 2 .500 0

Tots… participated in the All Star’s Ministry at Saddleback Church. PERSONAL: Born December 21, 1985 in Humble, Texas… parents are David and Pam Pepper… has one older sister named Krystal… is a PreMed/Biomedical Services major in Sixth College… enjoys sewing, arts & crafts, reading and running in her spare time. PEPPER’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 19 19 0 0 0 2 .000 0 2005 22 21 0 1 1 5 .000 0 TOTAL 41 40 0 1 1 7 .000 0

Caitlin Ryan

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Nicole Pepper

#18

Junior - Defender Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Trabuco Hills High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Started 21 of the 22 contests she appeared in during her second year in a Tritons uniform... notched her first career point with an assist in the 11-0 victory over Central Washington on September 8... took five shots on the year, two of which came in the Cal State L.A. match on October 29... helped anchor a defense that allowed only 17 goals on the season in 22 matches. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Started all 19 of the Tritons’ matches during rookie year... helped anchor a defense that limited opponents to only 14 goals on the year... took two shots on the season. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Trabuco Hills High School in Mission Viejo, Calif… played soccer for Coach Moreno… also lettered in track… helped team qualify for the CIF playoffs as a senior… was named the team’s Outstanding Defender as a freshman and junior… earned the CIF Character is First Award as a junior… posted a personal best time of 2:19.04 in the 800m for track… was a member of the Ceramics Club, the National Honor Society and Link Crew… volunteered for the Special Olympics and Toys for

Junior - Midfielder Chula Vista, Calif. University High School

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Started three of the 21 matches she appeared in... scored two goals and assisted on four others... had a goal and an assist in the 11-0 victory over Central Washington on September 8... netted her first goal of the season in the 7-0 win against Western Oregon on September 1... had three assists during CCAA regular season play, including one on the game-winner in the 1-0 victory over Chico State in the CCAA semifinals on November 4. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Started two of the 12 matches she played in during rookie year... scored first career goal in only second match, tallying in the 4-0 win over Grand Canyon on September 10... scored the first goal in the 2-1 win at Cal State San Bernardino on October 6... notched the game-winner in the 1-0 win over Cal State Stanislaus at home on October 17... registered first assist in her first collegiate start during the 5-1 win at Cal State Monterey Bay on October 10. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of the University of San Diego High School… played soccer for coach Dawn Lee… also played lacrosse… team posted a 68-26-9 record during her four years at USDHS, earning Western League Championships in each of those four seasons… team won the CIF Division 3 Championships three times… was named the team’s Most Improved Player as a sophomore… earned Defensive MVP honors as a junior… earned first team All-Western League honors as a senior and was named to the Union Tribune AllAcademic Team… was a member of the Irish Club. PERSONAL: Born September 20, 1985 in Guam… parents are Kevin and Patricia Ryan… has two siblings named Chris and Courtney… is an Anthropology major in John Muir College. RYAN’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2004 12 2 3 1 7 7 .429 1 2005 21 3 2 4 8 9 .222 0 TOTAL 33 5 5 5 15 16 .312 1

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Laura Borenstein

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Alexia Zatarain

Sophomore - Midfielder La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla High School

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AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005: Started 13 matches during rookie season while making appearances in all 22 of the Tritons’ matches... scored two goals on the year while taking 15 shots... first collegiate goal came in the 5-0 victory over Cal State San Bernardino at home on October 5... scored the game-winner in the 2-1 victory at Chico State on October 14... had two shots in the season-ending loss to #2 Seattle Pacific in the NCAA D-II West Region Finals. HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from nearby La Jolla High School. PERSONAL: Born June 10, 1987... is an undeclared major in Revelle College. BORENSTEIN’S CAREER STATS: Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW 2005 22 13 2 0 4 15 .133 1

Freshman - Midfielder Canyon Country, Calif. Canyon High School

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Canyon High School in Canyon Country, Calif... helped soccer team to the CIF semifinals as a freshman in 2002... team advanced to the CIF quarterfinals in both 2003 and 2004.. PERSONAL: Born April 29, 1988... parents are Eduardo and Barbara Zatarain... has two younger siblings named Daniel and Samantha... is a Pre-Dental major in Revelle College.

Brittany Jensen

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Junior - Midfielder La Palma, Calif. Long Beach City College

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Comes to UCSD by way of Long Beach City College... was an allconference performer at LBCC... notched 23 goals and 12 assists during the 2005 campaign... helped team to the California and NJCAA Championships in 2005, going 25-1-3. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 2003... lettered in both soccer and women’s basketball at JFKHS... broke and still holds nine school records in basketball... helped her team to the CIF playoffs in 2002 and 2003. PERSONAL: Born April 15, 1985... parents are Hal Jensen and Jan Jensen... has four siblings named Nick, Rachel, Monica and Sarah... desires to work for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation upon graduation from UCSD... is a Communications major in Marshall College... enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends in her spare time.

Laura Davey

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Sophomore - Midfielder Laguna Niguel, Calif. Aliso Niguel High School

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to UCSD from Aliso Niguel High School in Laguna Niguel... helped her high school squad to four-straight Sea View League Championships... played club soccer for the West Coast Futbol Club during 2004 and 2005 after two years with the So Cal Blues. PERSONAL: Born November 17, 1987... parents are Gerard and Martha Davey... has two older siblings named Matt and Kelly... brother Matt was a three-time soccer All-American at UCSD and ranks in the top-10 all-time in goals, assists and points... is an undeclared major in Sixth College... enjoys going to the beach and playing tennis and golf in her spare time.

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2006 OPPONENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER GRAND CANYON QUICK FACTS Location: ....................................Phoenix, Ariz. Enrollment: .............................................5,100 Nickname: ........................................ Antelopes Colors: ...................................Purple and White Conference: ...................................Pacific West Athletic Director: ..................... B. Keith Baker SID: ..........................................Vincent Briedis Office: ........................................602-639-6035 Fax: ............................................ 602-639-7811 E-Mail: ................................ vbriedis@gcu.edu Head Coach: ................................Petar Draksin Career Record: ............................... 15-41-1 (4) Record at Grand Canyon:.........................Same 2005 Record .............................................. 12-6 League Record: ........................................None LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 14/6 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 5/6 CENTRAL WASHINGTON QUICK FACTS Location: ..............................Ellensburg, Wash. Enrollment: .............................................9,418 Nickname: .......................................... Wildcats Colors: ................................Crimson and Black Conference: ........................................... GNAC Athletic Director: .......................... Jack Bishop SID: ....................................... Jonathan Gordon Office: ........................................509-963-1485 Fax: ............................................509-963-2351 E-Mail: ................................ gordonj@cwu.edu Head Coach: ........................... Michael Farrand Career Record: .....................................38-78-5 Record at Central Washington: ................Same 2005 Record ...........................................7-12-1 League Record: ............................... 4-7-1 (6th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 16/5 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 9/2 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location: ....................................Phoenix, Ariz. Enrollment: .............................................5,100 Nickname: ........................................ Antelopes Colors: ....................... Purple, Black and White Conference: ...............NCAA D-II Independent Athletic Director: ..................... B. Keith Baker SID: ..........................................Vincent Briedis Office: ........................................605-589-2795 Fax: ............................................602-589-2015 E-Mail: ................................ vbriedis@gcu.edu Head Coach: .............................Scott Mossman Career Record: ...................................72-55 (5) Record at CWU:.................................13-16 (1) 2005 Record ............................................ 13-16 League Record: ..........................................N/A LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ..................... 4/9 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 3/2 CSU SAN BERNARDINO QUICK FACTS Location: .......................San Bernardino, Calif. Enrollment: ............................................17,000 Nickname: ........................................... Coyotes Colors: ..................... Columbia Blue and Black Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: .................... Nancy Simpson SID: .................................... Michael J. Murphy Office: ........................................909-537-3001 Fax: ............................................909-537-5037 E-Mail: ........................... michael j@csusb.edu Head Coach: ............................. Noah Kooiman Career Record: ............................... 13-21-4 (2) Record at CSUSB: ...................................Same 2005 Record: ..........................................5-12-2 League Record: ........................... 3-10-1 (10th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ....................11/8 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 7/2

CAL POLY POMONA QUICK FACTS Location: .................................. Pomona, Calif. Enrollment: ............................................19,600 Nickname: .......................................... Broncos Colors: .................................... Green and Gold Conference: ........................................... CCAA Athletic Director: .................... Brian Swanson SID: ............................................... Paul Helms Office: ....................................... 909-869-2812 Fax: ........................................... 909-869-2814 E-Mail: .................... phelms@csupomona.edu Head Coach: ............................ Isabelle Harvey Career Record: .................................. First Year Record at CPP: .................................. First Year 2005 Record ...........................................7-10-2 League Record: ............................... 6-6-2 (6th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 13/6 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 5/6

Sunday, Sept. 10 at UCSD 1:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6 at CPP 4:30 p.m.

CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS QUICK FACTS Location: .................................... Carson, Calif. Enrollment: ...........................................13,500 Nickname: ............................................... Toros Colors: ................................. Cardinal and Gold Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: ..................... Patrick Guillen SID: ..............................................Mel Miranda Office: ........................................310-243-3764 Fax: ............................................310-516-4488 E-Mail: ......................... mmiranda@csudh.edu Head Coach: .................................Joe Flanagan Career Record: ............................. 56-22-10 (4) Record at CSUDH: ..................................Same 2005 Record ...........................................14-7-2 League Record: .............................. 8-4-2 (2nd) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 18/8 Starters Returning/Lost ............................... 9/2

Tuesday, Sep. 12 at UCSD 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4 at CSUDH 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 24 at UCSD 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Sep. 1 at Central Washington 4:00 p.m.

Monday, Sep. 4 at Seattle Universtiy 3:00 p.m.

Friday, Sep. 8 at UCSD 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 8 at CSUSB 12:30 p.m.

CAL STATE STANISLAUS QUICK FACTS Location: ................................... Turlock, Calif. Enrollment: ..............................................8,000 Nickname: ...........................................Warriors Colors: ............................Red, Gold, and White Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: ............. Dr. Milton Richards SID: ............................................... Brian Blank Office: ........................................209-667-3168 Fax: ............................................209-667-3313 E-Mail: ............................ bblank@csustan.edu Head Coach: ..............................Gabriel Bolton Career Record: ................................. 11-8-1 (1) Record at CSUS: ......................................Same 2005 Record: ..........................................15-4-2 League Record: ..........................11-2-1 (T-3rd) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 15/8 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 7/4 CHICO STATE QUICK FACTS Location: ...................................... Chico, Calif. Enrollment: ............................................16,000 Nickname: .......................................... Wildcats Colors: ............................... Cardinal and White Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: .........................Anita Barker SID: ........................................ Teresa Clements Office: ........................................530-898-4658 Fax: ..........................................530-8986-0905 E-Mail: ......................tclements@csuchico.edu Head Coach: ................................... Kim Sutton Career Record: ......................... 107-75-29 (11) Record at CSUC:.......................... 52-33-15 (5) 2005 Record: ..........................................14-5-3 League Record: ........................... 9-2-3 (T-3rd) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 16/7 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 9/2

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Friday, Sep. 15 at CSUS 4:00 p.m.

Sunday, Sep. 17 at Chico State 12:30 p.m.


2006 OPPONENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD QUICK FACTS Location: ............................. Bakersfield, Calif. Enrollment: ..............................................7,000 Nickname: .................................... Roadrunners Colors: ....................................... Blue and Gold Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: ...................... Rudy Carvajal SID: .......................................... Kevin Gilmore Office: ........................................661-654-6071 Fax: ............................................661-654-6978 E-Mail: ............................. kgilmore@csub.edu Head Coach: .......................... Nicole Van Dyke Career Record: ............................... 35-19-7 (3) Record at CSUB:............................... First Year 2005 Record: ..........................................6-13-1 League Record: ............................... 5-9-1 (8th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 13/5 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 7/4 CAL STATE L.A. QUICK FACTS Location: ............................Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: ............................................21,000 Nickname: ................................ Golden Eagles Colors: ................................... Black and Gold Conference: ........................................... CCAA Athletic Director: .................... Carol M. Dunn SID: ............................................ Chris Hughes Office: ....................................... 323-343-5308 Fax: ........................................... 323-343-3199 E-Mail: .................... chughes3@calstatela.edu Head Coach: ...........................Chris Chamides Career Record: ............................... 22-30-2 (3) Record at CSULA:...................................Same 2005 Record .............................................9-8-1 League Record: ............................... 6-7-1 (7th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 13/5 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 7/4 SONOMA STATE QUICK FACTS Location: ........................... Rohner Park, Calif. Enrollment: .............................................7,500 Nickname: ....................................... Seawolves Colors: .......... Navy, Columbia Blue and White Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: ............................. Bill Fusco SID: ...................................... Brandon Bronzan Office: ........................................707-664-2358 Fax: ............................................707-664-3291 E-Mail: ............brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu Head Coach: ............................ Luke Oberkirch Career Record: ......................... 140-61-20 (11) Record at GCU:........................................Same 2005 Record: ............................................8-8-3 League Record: ............................... 7-4-3 (5th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 16/5 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 8/3 HUMBOLDT STATE QUICK FACTS Location: .....................................Arcata, Calif. Enrollment: ..............................................7,550 Nickname: ....................................Lumberjacks Colors: ..................................... Green and Gold Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: ........................... Dan Collen SID: ......................................... Dan Pambianco Office: ........................................707-826-3631 Fax: ............................................707-826-5961 E-Mail: ...........................dmp1@humboldt.edu Head Coach: ................................Andy Cumbo Career Record: .....................................65-65-9 Record at HSU: .............................. 49-43-8 (5) 2005 Record: ............................................9-9-2 League Record: ................ 5-5-2 (4th - GNAC) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 16/7 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 8/3

Friday, Sep. 22 at CSUB 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15 at UCSD 1:00 p.m.

Sunday, Sep. 24 at CSULA 3:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13 at UCSD 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Sep. 29 at UCSD 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 1 at UCSD 1:30 p.m.

SAN FRANCISCO STATE QUICK FACTS Location: ......................... San Francisco, Calif. Enrollment: ............................................27,000 Nickname: ............................................. Gators Colors: ................................... Purple and Gold Conference: ........................................... CCAA Athletic Director: ....... Dr. Michael J. Simpson SID: ............................................. Joe Danahey Office: ....................................... 415-338-1579 Fax: ........................................... 415-338-6572 E-Mail: ..................................... joed@sfsu.edu Head Coach: .....................................Jack Hyde Career Record: ....................... 281-387-86 (26) Record at SFSU: .................... 168-231-53 (22) 2005 Record ...........................................6-12-0 League Record: ............................. 4-10-0 (9th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 10/6 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 5/6 CSU MONTEREY BAY QUICK FACTS Location: ................................... Seaside, Calif. Enrollment: .............................................2,700 Nickname: ...............................................Otters Colors: ..................................... Green and Gold Conference: ............................................CCAA Athletic Director: .......................... John Kasser SID: ................................................ Mike Bond Office: ........................................831-582-4873 Fax: ............................................831-582-4023 E-Mail: .................. michael_bond@csumb.edu Head Coach: ................................. Erin Roberts Career Record: ............................... 27-28-2 (4) Record at CSUMB: ..................................Same 2005 Record ...........................................1-16-1 League Record: ........................... 0-13-1 (11th) LetterwinnersReturners/Lost: ................... 13/5 Starters Returning/Lost ............................... 6/5

Friday, Oct. 20 at SFSU 3:00 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 22 at CSUMB 12:30 p.m.

2006 CCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships October 27-29 Site: TBD Game Times: TBD

2006 NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Championship First and Second Rounds: November 2-5 Site: TBD Quarterfinals: November 10-12 Site: TBD Final Four: November 17-20 Site: Pensacola, Fla.

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2005 UCSD RESULTS/STATISTICS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER 2005 UC San Diego Soccer

UC San Diego Overall Individual Statistics (Final Stats) Overall: 18-4-0 Conf: 11-3-0 Home: 9-1-0 Away: 6-3-0 Neut: 3-0-0 No. 10 3 7 4 15 12 19 9 5 16 11 20 8 13 21 14 17 6 18 2 01 1

Player DICKEY, Megan COCHRAN, Kelly BELAK-BERGER, Natasha MALLEY, Alise LAI, Ali SEGARS, Lauren RYAN, Caitlin SEPULVEDA, Kathy MAYO, Kelly SZAFRANIEC, Heather DE LA ROSA, Kristina BORENSTEIN, Laura CAMPBELL, Chelsey AVINA, Alie WARINO, Sereena LINDENFELD, Rachel ESQUIVEL, Amanda SUGG, Heather PEPPER, Nicole JOHNSON, Stacy McGOVERN, Jessica SHIRLEY, Mia UCSD TOTALS OPPONENTS

GP-GS G 22-22 13 22-22 9 20-0 8 20-11 6 22-22 8 16-0 5 21-3 2 22-22 1 20-3 2 22-22 1 22-22 1 22-13 2 18-4 1 21-21 1 8-0 1 9-0 1 14-1 1 19-11 0 22-21 0 9-0 0 5-0 0 22-22 0 22 63 22 17

No. 01 1 TM

Goalkeeper McGOVERN, Jessica SHIRLEY, Mia TEAM UCSD TOTALS OPPONENTS

GP-GS 5-0 22-22

2005 Results Date 8/26 9/1 9/8 9/10 9/13 9/17 9/21 9/24 9/30 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/14 10/16 10/22 10/26 10/29 11/4 11/6 11/10 11/12

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Opponent W/L HUMBOLDT STATE W O2 WESTERN OREGON W CENTRAL WASHINGTON W #2 SEATTLE W at Cal State L.A.* L O2 CS BAKERSFIELD* W at #12 CS Dominguez Hills* W CAL POLY POMONA* W at Sonoma State* W at San Francisco State* W CS SAN BERNARDINO* W CS MONTEREY BAY* W at CS Bakersfield* W at #18 Chico State* W at CSU Stanislaus* L CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS* L at CS San Bernardino* W CAL STATE L.A.* W vs Chico State! W vs CS Dominguez Hills! W vs #19 CS Dominguez Hills^ W at #2 Seattle Pacific^ L

*CCAA Match !CCAA Tournament (Turlock, Calif.) ^NCAA Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

A 9 3 5 7 2 1 4 6 2 3 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 50 14

Pts 35 21 21 19 18 11 8 8 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 176 48

Minutes 110:28 1901:53 0:00 2012:21 2012:21

Score 3-2 7-0 11-0 4-2 0-1 3-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 5-0 6-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 3-0 2-0 1-0 4-3 1-0 0-2

Attend 431 202 318 391 113 401 153 551 266 139 412 399 442 467 250 591 278 457 200 175 105 465

GA 0 17 0 17 63

Sh 82 51 19 26 34 16 9 26 8 11 5 15 13 23 4 3 2 20 5 0 0 0 372 184 Avg 0.00 0.80 0.00 0.76 2.82

Shot% .159 .176 .421 .231 .235 .312 .222 .038 .250 .091 .200 .133 .077 .043 .250 .333 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .169 .092

SOG 33 19 14 12 16 6 2 5 2 4 3 6 2 6 2 2 1 4 1 0 0 0 140 84

Saves 4 68 0 72 97

SOG% .402 .373 .737 .462 .471 .375 .222 .192 .250 .364 .600 .400 .154 .261 .500 .667 .500 .200 .200 .000 .000 .000 .376 .457

Pct 1.000 .800 .000 .809 .606

2005 Team Stats

YC-RC 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-2 22-3

W 0 18 0 18 4

GW 3 4 2 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 4

L 0 4 0 4 18

T 0 0 0 0 0

PK-ATT 0-0 2-2 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-7 0-1 Sho 0 8 4 12 2

GOALS BY PERIOD UC San Diego Opponents

1st 21 5

2nd 41 11

OT 0 0

OT2 1 1

Total 63 17

SHOTS BY PERIOD UC San Diego Opponents

1st 179 73

2nd 186 110

OT 5 0

OT2 2 1

Total 372 184

SAVES BY PERIOD UC San Diego Opponents

1st 27 46

2nd 45 49

OT 0 2

OT2 0 0

Total 72 97

CORNER KICKS BY PRD 1st UC San Diego 68 Opponents 31

2nd 65 41

OT 4 0

OT2 6 3

Total 143 75

FOULS BY PERIOD UC San Diego Opponents

2nd 104 139

OT 2 2

OT2 1 0

Total 186 282

1st 79 141

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

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UCSD 4153 10/415 3/160

OPP 2573 9/286


2005 CCAA YEAR IN REVIEW 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER 2005 CCAA WOMEN’S SOCCER STANDINGS - FINAL NORTH DIVISION Cal State Stanislaus `Chico State Sonoma State San Francisco State CSU Monterey Bay

CCAA W 11 9 7 4 0

L 2 2 4 10 13

T 1 3 3 0 1

Pts 34 30 24 12 1

Overall W 15 14 8 6 1

L 4 5 8 12 16

T 2 3 3 0 1

SOUTH DIVISION *UC San Diego `Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal Poly Pomona Cal State L.A. Cal State Bakersfield Cal State San Bernardino

W 11 8 6 6 5 3

L 3 4 6 7 9 10

T 0 2 2 1 0 1

Pts 33 26 20 19 15 10

W 18 14 7 9 6 5

L 4 7 10 8 13 12

T 0 2 2 1 1 2

*CCAA Champion and NCAA D-II Championship participant

` NCAA D-II Championship participant

2005 CCAA WOMEN’S SOCCER HONORS MVP - Megan Dickey (UC San Diego) Frosh of Year - Khadijah Greenwood (Cal State L.A.) Coach of Year - Nicole Van Dyke (Cal State Stanislaus)

ALL-CCAA FIRST TEAM GK - Breanna Vaughan (CSU Stanislaus) D - Liz Malm (Chico State) D - Grace Cochrun (CSU Stanislaus) D - Kristina De La Rosa (UC San Diego) MF - Megan Dickey (UC San Diego) MF - Kelly Cochran (UC San Diego) MF - Lexi Sheridan-Coons (Chico State) AL - Erica Rodriguez (Cal Poly Pomona) AL - Taylar Sklar (Cal State Bakersfield) AL - Khadijah Greenwood (Cal State L.A.) AL - Rachele McDonald (CSUDH) AL - Katie Roche (CSUDH) AL - Marti Teunissen (CSU Stanislaus) AL - Tara Senff (CSUDH) AL - Heather Szafraniec (UC San Diego)

ALL-CCAA SECOND TEAM GK - Vanessa Richardson (CP Pomona) D - Leah Woolfolk (Cal State Bakersfield) D - Elizabeth Arreola (CSUDH) D - Christine Duff (Cal State L.A.) MF - Erin Taylor (Cal State Stanislaus) MF - Emily Thompson (Sonoma State) MF - Cherie Early (Cal State Stanislaus) AL - Katie Brown (Cal State Stanislaus) AL - Amanda Harris (Sonoma State) AL - Corrie Hirokawa (CSUDH) AL - Grisell Ramirez (Cal State L.A.) AL - Valerie Evans (CSUSB) AL - Alie Avina (UC San Diego) AL - Jennifer Hogans (Chico State) AL - Domi Roberts (CSU Stanislaus)

ALL-CCAA HONORABLE MENTION Ashley Licata (Cal State San Bernardino) Heather Gravett (Chico State) Jacqueline Ragudos (Cal Poly Pomona) Erin Clark (San Francisco State) Sandra Lloyd (Cal State Dominguez Hills) Moriah Neville (Cal State Bakersfield) Kristen Boskovich (CSUDH) Courtney Oates (Sonoma State) Candice Silva (San Francisco State) Ashley Gunther (Chico State) Katherine Bagwell (Chico State) Natalie Macias (San Francisco State) Tessa Troglia (Cal State L.A.) Kari Gonzales (Chico State)

2005 CCAA WOMEN’S STATS

POINTS ## Player-Team 1. DICKEY, Megan-UCSD 2. McDONALD, Rachele-CSUDH 3. TEUNISSEN, Marti-CSUS

GP Goals Ast. 22 13 9 23 9 12 21 10 6

GOALS ## Player-Team 1. DICKEY, Megan-UCSD 2. TEUNISSEN, Marti-CSUS T3. COCHRAN, Kelly-UCSD

GP 22 21 22

No. 13 10 9

Avg/G 0.59 0.48 0.41

GOALS AGAINST AVG ## Player-Team 1. AMIRAL, Carissa-SSU 2. GONZALES, Kari-CSUC 3. SHIRLEY, Mia-UCSD

ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. McDONALD, Rachele-CSUDH 2. DICKEY, Megan-UCSD T3. MALLEY, Alise-UCSD

GP 23 22 20

No. 12 9 7

Avg/G 0.52 0.41 0.35

SHUTOUTS ## Player-Team 1. GONZALES, Kari-CSUC T2. VAUGHAN, Breanna-CSUS SHIRLEY, Mia-UCSD

Pts. Avg/G 35 1.59 30 1.30 26 1.24

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GAME-WINNING GOALS ## Player-Team T1. MALLEY, Alise-UCSD TEUNISSEN, Marti-CSUS COCHRAN, Kelly-UCSD GP 16 22 22

GP 20 21 22 GA 12 18 17 GP 22 21 22

No. 4 4 4

Avg/G 0.20 0.19 0.18

Minutes 1465:50 2074:13 1901:56 Shutouts 10 8 8

GaAvg 0.74 0.78 0.80 Sho/G 0.45 0.38 0.36


UCSD WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORD BOOK 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

UCSD ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS GOALS Heather Mauro ................70 ........... 1986-89 Katy Dulock ....................54 ..... 1988-89, 91-92 Ele Johnson .....................53 ........... 1993-96 Lauren Johnson ...............48 ........... 1994-97 Carin Pugh ......................41 ........... 1992-95 Erika Alfredson ...............40 ........... 1998-01 Karin Lindsay..................34 ........... 1988-91 Felicia Faro .....................34 ........... 1986-89 Cindy Dostalek................32 ........... 1997-00 Adriene Clark ..................30 ........... 1984-86

ASSISTS Teresa Schwaar ...............39 ........... 1986-89 Christy Abizaid ...............36 ........... 1997-00 Lauren Johnson ...............36 ........... 1994-97 Felicia Faro .....................36 ........... 1986-89 Cindy Dostalek................29 ........... 1997-00 Katy Dulock ....................29 ..... 1988-89, 91-92 Heather Mauro ................29 ........... 1986-89 Ele Johnson .....................28 ........... 1993-96 Kalyn Shea ......................25 ........... 1988-91 Carin Pugh ......................22 ........... 1992-95

POINTS Heather Mauro ...............169 .......... 1986-89 Katy Dulock ...................137 .... 1988-89, 91-92 Ele Johnson ....................134 .......... 1993-96 Lauren Johnson ..............132 .......... 1994-97 Carin Pugh .....................104 .......... 1992-95 Felicia Faro ....................104 .......... 1986-89 Erika Alfredson ..............101 .......... 1998-01 Cindy Dostalek................93 ........... 1997-00 Karin Lindsay..................86 ........... 1988-91 Kristin Jones....................81 ........... 2000-03

UCSD ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON LEADERS GOALS Lauren Johnson ...............24 .................1996 Heather Mauro ................23 .................1989 Katy Dulock ....................21 .................1988 Felicia Faro .....................18 .................1989 Heather Mauro ................18 .................1987 Adriene Clark ..................18 .................1985 Erika Alfredson ...............17 .................2001 Ele Johnson .....................17 .................1995 Erika Alfredson ...............16 .................2000 Heather Mauro ................16 .................1988

ASSISTS Katy Dulock ....................16 .................1992 Lauren Johnson ...............15 .................1995 Julia Cuder ......................13 .................2000 Dawn Lee ........................13 .................1994 Felicia Faro .....................13 .................1988 Teresa Schwaar ...............12 .................1988 Teresa Schwaar ...............12 .................1987 Christy Abizaid ...............11 .................1998 Ele Johnson .....................11 .................1996 Three Others....................11 ..... 87, 91 & 96

POINTS Lauren Johnson ...............60 .................1996 Heather Mauro ................56 .................1989 Katy Dulock ....................47 .................1988 Felicia Faro .....................46 .................1989 Ele Johnson .....................42 .................1995 Erika Alfredson ...............41 .................2001 Heather Mauro ................41 .................1988 Erika Alfredson ...............40 .................2000 Heather Mauro ................39 .................1987 Lynn Bailey .....................37 .................1986

UCSD RECORD BOOK TRITON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

MOST GOALS Game .................. 5, Lauren Johnson vs. Pomona-Pitzer (9/11/96) ....................................... 5, Heather Mauro vs. Whittier (9/17/89) Season ................................................ 25, Lauren Johnson (1996) Career ............................................. 70, Heather Mauro (1986-89) MOST ASSISTS Game ................................................. 4, Five Times, Most Recent ....................................................... Julia Cuder vs. USIU (9/1/00) Season ..................................................... 16, Katy Dulock (1992) Career ............................................ 39, Teresa Schwaar (1986-89) MOST POINTS Game ............... 10, Lauren Johnson vs. Pomona-Pitzer (9/11/96) ..................................... 10, Heather Mauro vs. Whittier (9/17/89) Season ................................................ 60, Lauren Johnson (1996) Career ........................................... 169, Heather Mauro (1986-89) LOWEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE Season .....................................................0.18, Julie Friess (1989) Career .................................0.35, Kelly Pearson (1992-93, 95-96) MOST SHUTOUTS Season ...........................................18, Julie Friess (1988 & 1999) Career ................................................... 49, Julie Friess (1986-89) MOST SAVES Game ........................... 14, Jenelle Welling vs. CSUDH (11/2/91) Season .......................................................91, Kami Poma (2001) Career .................................................284, Kami Poma (2000-03)

TRITON TEAM RECORDS

Wins ........................................................21 (1996, 2000 & 2001) Best Record .................................................... 21-1-0, .955 (1996) Consecutive Wins...... 22 (9/30/96 - 9/16/97 & 9/24/00 - 9/12/01) Consecutive Games w/o Loss ....................27 (10/12/92 - 11/7/93 Goals in a Game ....................................... 15 vs. Redlands, (9/14/86) Goals in a Season ...........................................................81 (1986) Assists in a Game ................................... 13 vs. Briar Cliff (10/17/99) Assists in a Season .........................................................71 (1999) Shutouts in a Season .........................................18 (1988 & 1989) Consecutive Shutouts ..................................................... 11 (1989) Lowest Goals-Against Average...................................0.18 (1989)

NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

2001...................... 21-2-0 (.913) Defeated Christian Brothers 2-0 2000.................... 21-2-0 (.913) Defeated Northern Kentucky 2-1 1999.................... 19-1-2 (.909) Defeated Macalester College 1-0 1997...............20-2-0 (.909) Defeated William Smith College 1-0 1996............... 21-1-0 (.955) Defeated College of New Jersey 2-1 1995......................19-2-0 (.904) Defeated Methodist College 3-0 1989............................ 19-1-1 (.929) Defeated Ithaca College 3-2

NCAA HOME ATTENDANCE CHAMPIONS

By Average Attendance 2003..........................................................................................528 2001..........................................................................................547 By Total Attendance 2003................................................................ 5,288 (10 Matches) 2001................................................................ 8,744 (16 Matches) 1999................................................................ 4,837 (14 Matches)

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

INDIVIDUAL HONORS All-Americans (Division II) Megan Dickey, Second Team..................2005 Kristin Jones, Second Team ....................2003 Kristen Conahan, Second Team ..............2002 Kristin Jones, Second Team ....................2002 Julia Cuder, First Team ...........................2001 Megan Mendoza, First Team ..................2001 Erika Alfredson, Second Team................2001 Cindy Dostalek, First Team (POY) .........2000 Julia Cuder, First Team ...........................2000 All-Americans (Division III) Janine Harispe (Player of the Year).........1999 Lauren Johnson (Player of the Year) .......1997 Ele Johnson (Player of the Year) .............1996 Dian Muchowski .....................................1995 Toni Krumme ..........................................1989 Katy Dulock ............................................1988 Adriene Clark ..........................................1986 NCAA All-Tournament (Division II) Megan Dickey .........................................2003 Kristin Jones............................................2003 Kristin Jones (Offensive MOP) ..............2001 Jessica Cordova (Defensive MOP) .........2001 Erika Alfredson .......................................2001 Megan Mendoza......................................2001 Cindy Dostalek (Offensive MOP) ..........2000 Kara Morris (Defensive MOP) ...............2000 Erika Alfredson .......................................2000 Julia Cuder ..............................................2000 Elizabeth Hughes ....................................2000 NCAA All-Tournament (Division III) Erika Alfredson (Offensive MOP) ..........1999 Julia Cuder (Defensive MOP).................1999 Janine Harispe .........................................1999 Jennifer Hetland ......................................1999 Elizabeth Hughes ....................................1999 Lauren Johnson (Offensive MOP) ..........1997 Cindy Dostalek........................................1997 Beth Freeburg..........................................1997 Janine Harispe .........................................1997 Maricela Oceguera ..................................1997 Toni Nunez (Offensive MOP) .................1996 Beth Freeburg (Defensive MOP) ............1996 Ele Johnson .............................................1996 Lauren Johnson .......................................1996 Christa Wemmer .....................................1996 Ele Johnson (Offensive MOP) ................1995 Diana Muchowski (Defensive MOP)......1995 Beth Freeburg..........................................1995 Amanda Johnson .....................................1995

NCAA All-Tournament (DIII - Cont’d ) Carrie Peer ..............................................1995 Amanda Johnson .....................................1994 Ele Johnson .............................................1994 Dawn Lee ................................................1994 Diana Muchowski ...................................1994 Carrie Peer ..............................................1994 Ele Johnson .............................................1993 Carrie Peer ..............................................1993 CCAA History 2005 - CCAA Tourn. and So. Div. Champs Megan Dickey (POY) ....................First Team Kelly Cochran ................................First Team Kristina De La Rosa .......................First Team Heather Szafraniec .........................First Team Alie Avina ................................. Second Team 2004 - CCAA South Division Champs Kelly Cochran ................................First Team Megan Dickey ................................First Team Jamie Lautenschleger .....................First Team Heather Szafraniec .........................First Team 2003 - CCAA Tourn. and So. Div. Champs Kelly Cochran (FOY) ....................First Team Kristin Jones (POY) .......................First Team Molly Carlson ........................... Second Team Christine Wensel ....................... Second Team Megan Mendoza........................ Second Team Kristen Conahan........................ Second Team Brian McManus ................. Coach of the Year 2002 - CCAA Tourn. and So. Div. Champs Kristen Conahan.............................First Team Kristin Jones...................................First Team Megan Mendoza.............................First Team Shannon Harrelson .................... Second Team Heather Szafraniec (FOY) ......... Second Team Kami Poma...................... Honorable Mention 2001 - CCAA Tourn. and So. Div. Champs Julia Cuder (POY)..........................First Team Erika Alfredson ..............................First Team Megan Mendoza.............................First Team Kristen Jones ............................. Second Team Brian McManus ................. Coach of the Year 2000 - CCAA Tourn. and So. Div. Champs Julia Cuder .....................................First Team Cindy Dostalek...............................First Team Erika Alfredson ......................... Second Team Brian McManus ................. Coach of the Year

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NCAA Division II Honors NSCAA All-West Region Megan Dickey, First Team ......................2005 Heather Szafraniec, First Team ...............2005 Kelly Cochran, Second Team..................2005 Megan Dickey, Second Team..................2004 Heather Szafraniec, Second Team ..........2004 Molly Carlson, First Team ......................2003 Kristen Jones, First Team ........................2003 Megan Mendoza, First Team ..................2003 Kelly Cochran, Second Team..................2003 Kriten Conahan, First Team ....................2002 Kristin Jones, First Team ........................2002 Shannon Harrelson, Second Team ..........2002 Megan Mendoza, Second Team ..............2002 Julia Cuder, First Team ...........................2001 Megan Mendoza, First Team ..................2001 Erika Alfredson, First Team ....................2001 Kristin Jones, Second Team ....................2001 Erika Alfredson, First Team ....................2000 Julia Cuder, First Team ...........................2000 Cindy Dostalek........................................2000 CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII Megan Mendoza, First Team ..................2002 Elizabeth Hughes, First Team .................2000 NSCAA National Coach of the Year Brian McManus ......................................2001 NSCAA/adidas West Region Coach of the Year Brian McManus ......................................2003 Brian McManus ......................................2001 Brian McManus ......................................2000


ALL-TIME ROSTER 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER A-A-A-A Erin Aafedt ..................... 1982-85 Christy Abizaid .............. 1997-00 Brenda Acosa ...................... 1983 Erika Alfredson .............. 1998-01 Amanda Arban ............... 1995,97 Lydia Arce ........................... 2005 Katie Ashley ................... 1990-91 Alie Avina ........................... 2005 B-B-B-B Lynn Bailey .................... 1985-86 Rachel Baker ....................... 1997 Cheryl BeCotte.................... 1982 Natasha Belak-Berger ......... 2005 Alyson Berger ..................... 2003 Laura Borenstein ................. 2005 Heidi Bork........................... 1999 Emma Borst ........................ 1999 Tomi Lin Bortolazzo ........... 1983 Kathy Bouic ................... 1982-83 Jaymie Bradford ............. 1991,93 C-C-C-C Carolyn Cadei ................ 2000-02 Chelsey Campbell .......... 2004-05 Michelle Carbone ........... 1990-93 Molly Carlson ................ 2000-03 Karin Carper........................ 1990 Adrienne Clark .......... 1982,84-86 Kyle Clark ........................... 1989 Kelly Cochran ................ 2003-05 Kristen Conahan............. 2000-03 Hilary Copeland .................. 1982 Jessica Cordova.............. 1998-01 Brenna Cox ............... 1994-95,97 Chris Craun ......................... 1998 Julia Cuder ..................... 1999-01 D-D-D-D Joanne daLuz ............ 1989-90,92 Sandy DaSilva................ 1984-86 Jennifer Davis ................ 1987-89 Thalia Davis ........................ 1985 Kristina De La Rosa ....... 2002-05 Anita Del Bello .............. 1984-87 Celeste DeLeon ................... 1991 Deanna Dick................... 1986-87 Megan Dickey ................ 2003-05 Trish Diegnan ................. 1982-83 Meira Dinsmore .................. 2004 Laura Dolkas .................. 1998-99 Michele Domico............. 1991-92 Laura Dooly ................... 1998-01 Cindy Dostalek............... 1997-00 Andrea Droeger ................... 2000 Katy Dulock .........1988-89,91-92 E-E-E-E Cindy Eddy ......................... 1991 Danielle Elie........................ 1983 Elke Ekelund .................. 1986-87 Christina Eschborn .............. 2004

Amanda Esquivel ................ 2005 Jennifer Ewert ................ 1992-95 F-F-F-F Daphne Farnum.............. 1992-94 Felicia Faro .................... 1986-89 Beth Freeburg................. 1994-97 Julie Freiss ..................... 1986-89 G-G-G-G Melanie Gephart............. 1998-99 Monica Gilman ................... 1993 Amy Goker..................... 2000-03 Tish Grammer ................ 1982,84 H-H-H-H Helen Hamilton ................... 1983 Janine Harispe ................ 1996-99 Shannon Harrelson ......... 2002-03 Brandie Hayungs............ 1993-96 Jennifer Hetland ............. 1996-99 Beth Hirsh ...................... 1995-96 Kimberly Howard ............... 1987 Elizabeth Hughes ........... 1998-01 Pam Hughy.......................... 1984 Alison Hurley ................. 1995-98 I-I-I-I Wendy Inouye ................ 1984-85 J-J-J-J Lauren Jacobs................. 1999-02 Amanda Johnson ............ 1992-95 Elli Johnson.................... 1993-96 Lauren Johnson .............. 1994-97 Stacy Johnson................. 2004-05 Kristin Jones................... 2000-03 K-K-K-K Wendy Kaneko ............... 1984-86 Laura Kaspick ..................... 1998 Jocelyn Kenton.................... 1982 Rachel King ................... 1984-85 Eva Kingsbury ............... 1990-93 Jennifer Kingsbury ......... 1987-90 Diana Klintworth ................ 1990 Jodie Knott ..................... 1994-97 Susan Kraft.......................... 1982 Kelly Kramer ............ 1992,94-96 Susan Kramer ................. 1985-88 Toni Krumme ............ 1986,88-89 Christine Kwon .............. 2001-02 L-L-L-L Chris Ladish .............. 1982,84-86 Natalie Lagomarcino ...... 1992-93 Ali Lai ............................ 2004-05 Courtney Landis .................. 1997 Katie Larkin ................... 1990-93 Kate Larsen .................... 1994-97 Jamie Lautenschleger ..... 2001-04 Dawn Lee ....................... 1992-94

Roberta Levene .............. 1986-88 Rachel Lindenfield ......... 2004-05 Karin Lindsay................. 1988-91 Amy Litteral ........................ 1998 Julia Loudenback ................ 1997 Lisa Lubeley................... 1986-88 M-M-M-M Alise Malley ................... 2003-05 Angie Mann ................... 1997-98 Karen Matten ...................... 1984 Katie Mau............................ 1998 Heather Mauro ............... 1986-89 Kelly Mayo ......................... 2005 Jessica McGovern ............... 2005 Heather McIssac.................. 1986 Erin McLellan ................ 1984-85 Jacquelyn Melnik ................ 1990 Megan Mendoza............. 2000-03 Gina Merchant .................... 2004 Anne-Marie Miklos............. 2001 Katherine Miles................... 2004 Heidi Mitchem ............... 1986-87 Melissa Moelter .................. 1988 Kara Morris .................... 1999-01 Ann Moses .......................... 1985 Diana Muchowski .......... 1992-95 N-N-N-N Cathy Naughton ............. 1982-83 Toni Nunez ..................... 1996-97 0-0-0-0 Erin O’Brien........................ 1983 Maricela Oceguera ......... 1994-97 Laurie O’Connell ...... 1982,84-86 Dena Olyaie ........................ 2004 Marisa Ortiz ................... 1986-87 Elizabeth Ota....................... 2005 P-P-P-P Cheryl Parker ................. 1990-91 Nancy Payne ....................... 1983 Kelly Pearson .......1992-93,95-96 Carrie Peer ..................... 1992-95 Caitlin Peluffo ..................... 2005 Laura Penny ................... 1982-83 Nicole Pepper ................. 2004-05 Lori Pietila ..................... 1984-85 Danielle Placek .............. 1988-91 Kami Poma..................... 2000-03 Erica Porter ......................... 2002 Carin Pugh ..................... 1992-95 R-R-R-R Tara Rhoads ........................ 1983 Nicolette Richards.......... 2000-01 Andrea Rivas....................... 2003 Stephanie Roach.................. 1993 Jodie Robertson.............. 1989-92 Yanina Romero ................... 1992 Lindsey Roon ...................... 1995

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Caitlin Ryan ........................ 2005 S-S-S-S Stacy Sadowski .............. 1982-83 Gigi Salas ............................ 1987 Viki Salazar ......................... 1982 Sheela Saneinejad ............... 2005 Stephanie Savoy ............. 1986-88 Caitlin Schauer .................... 2004 Emily Scheese ................ 1997-99 Lizzy Schilling ............... 1998-99 Barbi Schindler ................... 1991 Sarah Schopbach ............ 2002-03 Loni Schultz ........................ 1989 Teresa Schwaar .............. 1986-89 Cari Schwartz ................. 1992-94 Heather Sears ................. 1991-94 Lauren Segars................. 2004-05 Kathy Sepulveda ............ 2004-05 Stefanie Seskin ............... 1982-83 Jaclyn Shaffer................. 2002-04 Kalyn Shea ..................... 1988-91 Mia Shirley.......................... 2005 Stacy Simmon ................ 1982-85 Karen Stevens ................ 1982-83 Marcy Stolarow.............. 1982-83 Kimberly Strub.................... 1983 Yasmin Suarez................ 1996-99 Heather Sugg.................. 2003-05 Marcia Swan ....................... 1983 Heather Szafraniec ......... 2002-05 T-T-T-T Sheila Takahashi ............ 1986-89 Christina Tepley .................. 1985 Shelbi Thiele .................. 1995-98 Ashley Thorner ................... 1985 Lindsey Treankler .......... 2002-03 U-U-U-U Ana Uranga ......................... 1995 W-W-W-W Nancy Wada ........................ 1983 Sereena Warino ................... 2005 Dawn Warriner ............... 1982-83 Amy Wayte .................... 1988-91 Sally Weigand ................ 1990-91 Jenelle Welling ............... 1989,91 Christa Wemmer ............ 1993-96 Britni Wenck .................. 2001-02 Christine Wensel ............ 2000-03 Lisa Wilkinson ............... 1994-97 Barbara Wilson.................... 1985 Alice Wolff ..................... 1982-83


ALL-TIME RECORD VS. OPPONENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER Opponent W-L-T Alliant International ...........................................................10-0-0 Amherst College (MA) ........................................................1-0-0 Azusa Pacific........................................................................8-1-1 Biola ....................................................................................2-0-0 Briar Cliff College ...............................................................1-0-0 Bryant...................................................................................1-0-0 Cal Baptist..........................................................................10-0-0 Cal Lutheran.......................................................................13-1-0 Cal Poly................................................................................0-2-0 Cal Poly Pomona ...............................................................20-9-3 Cal State Bakersfield ............................................................8-0-0 Cal State Dominguez Hills...............................................10-13-2 Cal State Fullerton ...............................................................2-0-0 Cal State Long Beach...........................................................0-8-1 Cal State Los Angeles ..........................................................6-3-0 Cal State Monterey Bay .......................................................2-0-0 Cal State Northridge ............................................................0-2-1 Cal State San Bernardino ...................................................21-3-2 Cal State Stanislaus ..............................................................5-1-1 Central Oklahoma ................................................................1-0-0 Central Washington ..............................................................2-0-0 Chapman ............................................................................15-0-3 Chico State ...........................................................................5-1-0 Christian Brothers ................................................................1-0-0 Claremont...........................................................................19-0-3 College of New Jersey .........................................................2-0-0 College of St. Benedict(MN) ...............................................1-1-0 Franklin Pierce(NH).............................................................1-1-0 Fresno state ..........................................................................1-0-0 Grand Canyon ......................................................................9-0-0 Gustavus Adolphus ..............................................................3-0-0 Hawaii ..................................................................................1-0-0 Hawaii Pacific ......................................................................1-0-0 Humboldt State ....................................................................4-0-0 Incarnate World(TX) ............................................................1-0-0 Ithaca College ......................................................................1-1-0 La Verne ...............................................................................2-0-0 Loyola Marymount ..............................................................1-0-1 Macalester(MN) ...................................................................5-1-0 Mary Washington .................................................................1-0-0 Master’s College. The ..........................................................3-0-0 Methodist College(NC)........................................................1-0-0 Metro State(CO)...................................................................1-0-0 Nazareth College..................................................................1-0-1 North Carolina Wesleyan .....................................................1-0-0

Opponent W-L-T Northern Kentucky...............................................................2-0-0 Occidental ..........................................................................17-1-0 Pace ......................................................................................1-0-0 Plymoth State College..........................................................1-1-0 Point Loma Nazarene...........................................................1-0-0 Pomona-Pitzer ....................................................................16-0-0 Puget Sound .........................................................................3-0-0 Randolph Macon College(VA) ............................................1-0-0 Redlands...............................................................................9-0-0 Rochester University............................................................1-1-0 San Diego State ....................................................................0-5-4 Savannah College(GA) ........................................................1-0-0 San Francisco State ..............................................................7-1-1 Seattle Pacific .......................................................................0-1-0 Seattle University .................................................................3-0-0 Sonoma State .....................................................................10-0-0 Southern Cal College ...........................................................5-0-1 St. Mary’s College ...............................................................4-1-0 St. Thomas University(MN) ................................................5-1-0 SUNY-Cortland ....................................................................1-0-2 SUNY-StonyBrook ..............................................................1-0-0 Trenton State College(NJ) ...................................................0-1-0 Trinity University(TX) .........................................................3-0-0 Tusculum(TN) ......................................................................1-0-0 UC Berkeley.........................................................................1-3-0 UC Davis..............................................................................6-3-3 UC Irvine ...........................................................................11-2-3 UCLA...................................................................................2-4-0 UC Riverside........................................................................2-1-2 UC Santa Barbara ..............................................................0-12-0 UC Santa Cruz .....................................................................6-1-1 University of Chicago ..........................................................1-0-0 University of San Diego.......................................................1-0-0 University of San Francisco .................................................1-0-0 University of Southern California........................................1-0-1 Vanguard ..............................................................................1-0-0 Vassar(NY)...........................................................................1-0-0 Washington University(MO) ...............................................2-0-0 Western Oregon ...................................................................1-0-0 Western Washington.............................................................1-0-0 Westmont ...........................................................................13-5-4 Whittier ................................................................................7-0-0 Whitman College .................................................................1-0-0 William Smith(NY)..............................................................2-0-0 Wisconsin-Stevens Point......................................................2-0-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

2005

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 18-4-0 CCAA Champions Date Opponent Score Aug. 26 Humboldt State W 3-2 (2OT) Sep. 1 Western Oregon W 7-0 Sep. 8 Central Washington W 11-0 Sep. 10 Seattle University W 4-2 Sep. 13 at Cal State L.A. L 0-1 (2OT) Sep. 17 Cal State Bakersfield W 3-1 Sep. 21 at CS Dominguez Hills W 2-0 Sep. 24 Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 Sep. 30 at Sonoma State W 1-0 Oct. 2 at San Francisco State W 3-0 Oct. 5 CS San Bernardino W 5-0 Oct. 9 CSU Monterey Bay W 6-0 Oct. 12 at Cal State Bakersfield W 2-1 Oct. 14 at Chico State W 2-1 Oct. 16 at Cal State Stanislaus L 1-2 Oct. 22 CS Dominguez Hills L 1-2 Oct. 26 at CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Oct. 29 Cal State L.A. W 2-0 Nov. 4 vs. Chico State! W 1-0 Nov. 6 vs. CS Dominguez Hills! W 4-3 Nov. 10 vs. CS Dominguez Hills^ W 1-0 Nov. 12 at Seattle Pacific^ L 0-2 !CCAA Tournament ^NCAA Tournament

2004

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 14-4-1 Date Opponent Score Aug. 28 Bryant W 1-0 Aug. 30 Pace W 2-0 Sep. 7 Westmont W 3-0 Sep. 10 Grand Canyon W 4-0 Sep. 14 at Cal State LA L 1-2 Sep. 18 at CS Bakersfield W 1-0 (OT) Sep. 22 CS Dominguez Hills W 1-0 Sep. 25 at Cal Poly Pomona W 3-1 Oct. 1 Sonoma State W 3-1 Oct. 3 San Francisco State W 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 6 at CS San Bernardino W 2-1 Oct. 10 at CSU Monterey Bay W 5-1 Oct. 15 Chico State T 1-1 (2OT) Oct. 17 Cal State Stanislaus W 1-0 Oct. 23 at CS Dominguez Hills L 0-1 Oct. 25 Cal Poly Pomona L 3-4 Oct. 30 CS Bakersfield W 6-1 Nov. 1 CS San Bernardino W 4-0 Nov. 5 CS Dominguez Hills! L 0-1 !CCAA Tournament

2003

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 18-3-1 CCAA Champions Date Opponent Score Sep. 3 at Central Washington W 6-0 Sep. 5 at Seattle (WA) W 1-0 (2OT) Sep. 10 CS San Bernardino W 5-2 Sep. 13 at Cal Poly Pomona W 2-1 (OT) Sep. 16 at Grand Canyon W 1-0 Sep. 19 at Sonoma State W 2-1 Sep. 21 at San Francisco State W 5-1 Sep. 26 Cal State LA W 2-0 Sep. 28 CS Dominguez Hills L 2-3 Oct. 3 Chico State W 4-2 Oct. 5 UC Davis W 2-1 Oct. 10 at Cal State Stanislaus W 1-0 Oct. 12 at CS Bakersfield W 4-2 Nov. 1 Grand Canyon W 14-0 Nov. 3 at CS San Bernardino W 2-1 Nov. 5 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-2 Nov. 7 Sonoma State! W 1-0 Nov. 9 at CS Dominguez Hills! W 5-1 Nov. 15 CS San Bernardino^ W 1-0 Nov. 17 CS Dominguez Hills^ T 0-0 (2OT) Nov. 23 Metro State (CO)^ W 3-2 Dec. 4 Franklin Pierce (NH)^ L 1-2 (OT) !CCAA Tournament ^NCAA Tournament

2002

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 15-3-1 CCAA Champions Date Opponent Score Sep. 2 Tusculum (TN) W 1-0 Sep. 10 at CS San Bernardino W 1-0 Sep. 14 Cal Poly Pomona W 2-1 Sep. 17 Grand Canyon W 3-0 Sep. 20 Sonoma State W 2-1 Sep. 22 San Francisco State W 2-0 Sep. 27 at Cal State LA L 1-2 Sep. 29 at CS Dominguez Hills W 2-1 (OT) Oct. 4 at Chico State L 0-2 Oct. 6 at UC Davis W 1-0 Oct. 11 CS Stanislaus W 2-1 Oct. 13 CS Bakersfield W 4-0 Oct. 19 Humboldt State W 2-0 Oct. 26 CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Oct. 29 at Cal Poly Pomona W 2-0 Nov. 7 CS Dominguez Hills! W 5-1 Nov. 9 UC Davis! W 2-1 Nov. 17 UC Davis^ T 1-1 (2OT) !CCAA Tournament ^NCAA Tournament

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2001

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 21-2-0 NCAA D-II National Champions CCAA Champions Date Opponent Score Aug. 26 Humboldt State W 5-0 Aug. 30 Alliant International W 5-0 Sep. 4 at CS San Bernardino W 5-1 Sep. 8 at Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 (2OT) Sep. 12 at Grand Canyon W 5-0 Sep. 15 at San Francisco State L 0-1 Sep. 17 at Sonoma State W 2-1 (OT) Sep. 21 CS Dominguez Hills W 3-0 Sep. 23 Cal State LA W 4-0 Sep. 30 Chico State W 5-0 Oct. 5 at CS Bakersfield W 2-1 Oct. 7 at CS Stanislaus W 2-1 Oct. 13 Western Washington W 1-0 Oct. 19 CS San Bernardino W 4-1 Oct. 22 UC Davis W 2-0 Oct. 24 Cal Poly Pomona L 0-1 (OT) Oct. 27 Grand Canyon W 1-0 Nov. 2 UC Davis! W 5-1 Nov. 4 Cal Poly Pomona! W 2-0 Nov. 10 Cal Poly Pomona^ W 1-0 Nov. 18 Incarnate Word (TX)^ W 2-0 Nov. 30 Northern Kentucky^ W 3-2 Dec. 2 Christian Brothers^ W 2-0 !CCAA Tournament ^NCAA Tournament

2000

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 21-2-0 NCAA D-II National Champions CCAA Champions Date Opponent Score Sep. 1 U.S. International W 9-1 Sep. 9 at CS San Bernardino L 2-4 Sep. 12 Cal Poly Pomona W 2-1 (OT) Sep. 15 San Francisco State W 5-0 Sep. 17 Sonoma State W 1-0 (OT) Sep. 22 at CS Dominguez Hills L 1-3 Sep. 24 at CS Los Angeles W 7-0 Sep. 29 at UC Davis W 1-0 Oct. 1 at Chico State W 2-0 Oct. 6 CS Bakersfield W 2-0 Oct. 8 CS Stanislaus W 2-0 Oct. 13 Grand Canyon W 4-1 Oct. 16 Cal Baptist W 3-0 Oct. 20 at Grand Canyon W 4-0 Oct. 24 CS San Bernardino W 3-1 Oct. 27 at Cal Poly Pomona W 3-1 Oct. 28 Point Loma Nazarene W 1-0 Nov. 2 Cal Poly Pomona! W 2-1 (OT) Nov. 5 Sonoma State! W 1-0 Nov. 11 Sonoma State^ W 2-0 Nov. 19 Central Oklahoma^ W 6-2 Nov. 30 Franklin Pierce (NH)^ W 2-1 (OT) Dec. 2 Northern Kentucky^ W 2-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER !CCAA Tournament

^NCAA Tournament

1999

1997

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 19-1-2 NCAA D-III National Champions Date Opponent Score Sep. 1 Vanguard W 2-1 Sep. 8 at CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Sep. 10 at Pomona-Pitzer W 4-0 Sep. 12 Claremont College W 8-0 Sep. 14 Azusa Pacific T 1-1 (OT) Sep. 19 at Puget Sound W 3-0 Sep. 21 at Seattle W 2-1 Sep. 25 at Westmont L 0-1 Sep. 27 Occidental W 12-0 Oct. 1 Chapman W 2-0 Oct. 4 Whittier W 6-0 Oct. 7 Nazareth College W 2-0 Oct. 10 at Cal Lutheran W 3-0 Oct. 17 Briar Cliff College W 12-0 Oct. 23 UC Santa Cruz W 2-1 Oct. 26 The Masters College W 3-0 Oct. 28 U.S. International W 4-0 Nov. 6 Cal Lutheran^ T 1-1 Nov. 7 Puget Sound^ W 1-0 Nov. 14 Trinity^ W 1-0 Nov. 20 The College of New Jersey^ W 1-0 Nov. 21 Macalester College (MN)^ W 1-0 ^NCAA Tournament

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 20-2-0 NCAA D-III National Champions Date Opponent Score Aug. 29 Southern California College W 5-1 Sep. 3 at Cal Baptist W 4-0 Sep. 5 at Hawaii Pacific W 2-0 Sep. 6 Puget Sound W 1-0 Sep. 9 Claremont College W 5-0 Sep. 13 Westmont College W 1-0 Sep. 16 at Pomona-Pitzer W 2-0 Sep. 23 at CS Dominguez Hills L 0-1 Sep. 29 The Masters College W 7-0 Oct. 5 at Cal Lutheran W 1-0 Oct. 10 Savannah College (GA) W 1-0 Oct. 15 Cal Baptist W 5-0 Oct. 17 Chapman W 1-0 Oct. 19 Hawaii W 3-0 Oct. 22 U.S. International W 1-0 Oct. 27 Occidental W 4-0 Nov. 1 at CS San Bernardino L 1-2 Nov. 8 University of Chicago^ W 2-1 Nov. 9 Gustavus Adolphus^ W 3-1 Nov. 16 at Mary Washington^ W 2-1 Nov. 21 Washington University (MO)^ W 2-0 Nov. 22 William Smith College (NY)^ W 1-0 ^NCAA Tournament

1998

1996

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 12-3-1 Date Opponent Score Sep. 2 at So. California College T 0-0 (OT) Sep. 7 University of St. Thomas (MN) W 1-0 Sep. 9 at Claremont College W 3-0 Sep. 12 Pomona-Pitzer W 4-0 Sep. 19 Westmont L 1-2 Sep. 25 at Cal Baptist W 4-1 Sep. 28 at Azusa Pacific L 1-2 Oct. 5 at Occidental W 10-0 Oct. 11 Cal Lutheran W 3-2 (OT) Oct. 14 CS San Bernardino W 1-0 Oct. 16 The Masters College W 9-0 Oct. 19 Humboldt State W 2-1 Oct. 21 Vassar College (NY) W 2-0 Oct. 26 at U.S. International W 3-0 Oct. 30 at Chapman W 2-0 Nov. 7 College of St. Benedict (MN)^ L 0-1 ^NCAA Tournament

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 21-1-0 NCAA D-III National Champions Date Opponent Score Aug. 31 at Southern California College W 1-0 Sep. 7 at U.S. International W 2-0 Sep. 11 Pomona-Pitzer W 7-0 Sep. 13 at Claremont College W 7-0 Sep. 16 CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Sep. 20 Westmont W 1-0 (OT) Sep. 25 CS Dominguez Hills L 1-2 Sep. 30 Cal Lutheran W 5-0 Oct. 4 at Chapman W 7-0 Oct. 8 at Cal Baptist W 5-1 Oct. 12 College of St. Benedict (MN) W 2-0 Oct. 13 Univ. of St. Thomas (MN) W 3-0 (OT) Oct. 16 Azusa Pacific W 5-0 Oct. 19 Sonoma State W 3-2 Oct. 21 CS Los Angeles W 4-0 Oct. 28 at Occidental W 5-0 Nov. 2 Grand Canyon W 4-0 Nov. 6 Cal Lutheran^ W 3-0 Nov. 9 Randolph Macon College (VA)^ W 5-1 Nov. 10 at Trinity University (TX)^ W 2-0 Nov. 16 at Amherst College (MA)^ W 2-1 Nov. 17 at College of New Jersey^ W 2-1 ^NCAA Tournament

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1995

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 19-2-0 NCAA D-III National Champions Date Opponent Score Sep. 2 Southern California College W 3-1 Sep. 8 at Univ. of St. Thomas (MN) W 4-0 Sep. 10 at Macalester College W 4-1 Sep. 13 at Pomona-Pitzer W 4-0 Sep. 16 San Francisco State W 4-0 Sep. 20 Cal Baptist W 2-0 Sep. 24 at Cal Lutheran W 2-1 Sep. 28 at CS Los Angeles W 3-0 Oct. 2 at Azusa Pacific W 2-0 Oct. 6 Chapman W 4-0 Oct. 8 at CS San Bernardino L 0-1 Oct. 13 Westmont L 0-1 Oct. 16 Claremont College W 8-0 Oct. 21 UC Santa Cruz W 5-0 Oct. 23 Occidental W 5-0 Oct. 26 at CS Dominguez Hills W 1-0 Nov. 1 Cal Lutheran^ W 2-0 Nov. 4 Washington University (MO)^ W 2-0 Nov. 5 at Gustavus Adolphus Col.^ W 2-1 (OT) Nov. 11 William Smith College (NY)^ W 1-0 Nov. 12 Methodist College (NC)^ W 3-0 ^NCAA Tournament

1994

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 14-1-3 NCAA D-III National Runners-Up Date Opponent Score Sep. 1 at Cal Baptist W 3-0 Sep. 11 Pomona Pitzer W 2-0 Sep. 14 Cal Poly Pomona W 3-1 Sep. 17 at San Francisco State T 1-1 (OT) Sep. 19 at UC Santa Cruz W 1-0 Sep. 26 at Claremont College W 3-0 Oct. 3 La Verne W 14-0 Oct. 5 Azusa Pacific W 4-0 Oct. 7 Westmont College T 1-1 (OT) Oct. 11 at CS Fullerton W 1-0 (OT) Oct. 14 USC T 0-0 (OT) Oct. 19 at Southern California College W 7-1 Oct. 23 Cal Lutheran W 3-0 Oct. 29 at Chapman W 3-2 Nov. 5 St. Mary’s College (MN)^ W 1-0 Nov. 6 at Wisconsin-Stevens Point^ W 3-1 Nov. 12 North Carolina Wesleyan ^ W 2-0 Nov. 13 Trenton State College (NJ)^ L 3-4 ^NCAA Tournament


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

1991

1993

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 15-2-2 Date Opponent Score Sep. 8 Macalester College W 6-0 Sep. 13 Cal Lutheran W 1-0 Sep. 18 at Westmont W 2-0 Sep. 22 at Occidental W 9-0 Sep. 25 at CS San Bernardino T 1-1 (OT) Sep. 27 UC Irvine W 2-1 Sep. 29 Chapman W 4-0 Oct. 2 at Pomona-Pitzer W 4-0 Oct. 7 Claremont College W 7-1 Oct. 14 Cal Baptist W 6-0 Oct. 16 at Cal Poly Pomona W 3-0 Oct. 19 CS San Bernardino W 2-0 Oct. 25 at Redlands W 4-0 Oct. 26 Azusa Pacific W 6-0 Oct. 30 at San Diego State T 1-1 (OT) Nov. 2 at CS Dominguez Hills L 0-2 Nov. 9 St. Mary’s College^ W 5-0 Nov. 10 Cal Lutheran^ W 2-0 Nov. 16 at Ithaca College^ L 0-1 ^NCAA Tournament

1992

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 14-3-1 Date Opponent Score Sep. 4 at Univ. of San Francisco W 1-0 Sep. 6 at San Francisco State W 1-0 Sep. 14 San Diego State L 0-1 Sep. 17 at Azusa Pacific W 2-0 Sep. 21 at CS San Bernardino W 3-1 Sep. 22 Redlands W 8-0 Sep. 24 CS Dominguez Hills T 0-0 (OT) Sep. 26 at USIU W 1-0 Oct. 1 at Chapman W 1-0 Oct. 7 at UC Irvine W 1-0 Oct. 10 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-4 Oct. 12 Westmont W 3-1 Oct. 15 Pomona-Pitzer W 6-0 Oct. 17 UC Irvine W 1-0 Oct. 20 Occidental W 1-0 Oct. 22 Claremont College W 2-0 Oct. 28 CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Nov. 3 at Macalester College^ L 0-1 ^NCAA Tournament

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 17-1-1 Date Opponent Score Sep. 8 at Westmont W 1-0 (OT) Sep. 10 Claremont College T 0-0 ((OT0 Sep. 19 at UCLA W 3-2 (OT) Sep. 22 CSU Fullerton W 2-1 (OT) Sep. 24 University of San Diego W 3-1 Sep. 27 at Cal Poly Pomona W 2-1 (OT) Oct. 2 Chapman W 1-0 Oct. 4 at La Verne W 5-0 Oct. 13 Southern California College W 14-0 Oct. 15 at Azusa Pacific W 1-0 Oct. 18 at Pomona-Pitzer W 3-0 Oct. 22 Cal Baptist W 1-0 Oct. 25 at Occidental W 3-0 Oct. 27 at USC W 3-2 (OT) Oct. 31 UC Santa Cruz W 6-0 Nov. 3 Cal Lutheran^ W 1-0 Nov. 6 at Gustavus Adolphus College^ W 2-0 Nov. 7 at Wisconsin-Stevens Point^ W 2-0 Nov. 13 at Plymouth State College^ L 0-1 ^NCAA Tournament

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 12-2-3 Date Opponent Score Sep. 13 Occidental College W 9-0 Sep. 21 at St. Mary’s College (TX) W 3-0 Sep. 23 at Trinity University (TX) W 1-0 Sep. 27 at Claremont College W 3-0 Sep. 30 CS Dominguez Hills L 1-4 Oct. 5 at UC Irvine W 2-0 Oct. 7 at CS San Bernardino T 2-2 (OT) Oct. 9 Cal Lutheran L 0-2 Oct. 12 at Cal Baptist W 2-0 Oct. 16 Westmont W 7-0 Oct. 19 Pomona-Pitzer W 2-0 Oct. 23 Azusa Pacific W 7-0 Oct. 25 Cal Poly Pomona T 2-2 (OT) Oct. 28 CS San Bernardino W 4-0 Nov. 7 Macalester College (MN)^ W 1-0 Nov. 8 Cal Lutheran^ W 3-2 Nov. 14 at SUNY-Cortland^ T 0-0 ^NCAA Tournament

1990

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1989

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 19-1-1 NCAA D-III National Champions Date Opponent Score Sep. 10 USIU W 3-0 Sep. 13 at Pomona-Pitzer W 9-0 Sep. 15 at CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Sep. 17 Whittier W 9-0 Sep. 20 at UC Irvine W 1-0 Sep. 22 at Occidental W 7-0 Sep. 25 at Redlands W 4-0 Sep. 28 at Claremont College W 6-0 Oct. 7 at Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 Oct. 9 at Whittier W 8-0 Oct. 13 Azusa Pacific W 4-0 Oct. 15 at CS Dominguez Hills L 0-1 Oct. 18 Cal Lutheran W 7-0 Oct. 20 CS San Bernardino W 3-0 Oct. 22 Cal Poly Pomona W 2-0 Oct. 27 Claremont College W 6-0 Oct. 30 UC Irvine T 0-0 Nov. 4 at Macalester College^ W 1-0 Nov. 5 at College of St. Thomas^ W 2-1 Nov. 11 Plymouth State^ W 1-0 Nov. 12 Ithaca College^ W 3-2 ^NCAA Tournament

1988

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 20-1-2 NCAA D-III National Runners-Up Date Opponent Score Sep. 5 USIU W 3-2 Sep. 9 at Occidental W 3-0 Sep. 10 at Pomona-Pitzer W 10-0 Sep. 10 at Whitman College W 2-0 Sep. 12 Claremont-Scripps College W 4-0 Sep. 18 at Whittier W 3-0 Sep. 21 Occidental W 7-0 Sep. 24 at Rochester University W 5-2 Sep. 25 at SUNY-Stony brook W 3-0 Sep. 27 at Claremont-Scripps Coll. T 0-0 (OT) Oct. 1 at Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 Oct. 3 Redlands W 11-0 Oct. 7 Pomona-Pitzer W 4-0 Oct. 10 CS Dominguez Hills W 1-0 Oct. 15 Westmont W 4-1 Oct. 18 Chapman W 3-0 Oct. 23 UC Irvine W 4-1 Oct. 26 at USIU W 1-0 Oct. 31 Cal Poly Pomona T 0-0 (OT) Nov. 5 at College of St. Thomas^ W 3-0 Nov. 6 at Cortland State^ W 2-0 Nov. 12 Ithaca College^ W 2-0 Nov. 13 William Smith College^ L 0-1 ^NCAA Tournament


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S SOCCER

1987

Coach: Brian McManus Overall Record: 14-5-2 Date Opponent Score Sep. 1 at CS Dominguez Hills L 0-3 Sep. 10 at Westmont W 2-1 Sep. 11 at Occidental W 5-0 Sep. 13 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps W 3-0 Sep. 15 at Chapman W 2-0 Sep. 20 at UC Irvine W 2-0 Sep. 25 Occidental W 4-0 Sep. 27 at Pomona-Pitzer W 3-0 Oct. 6 U.S. International W 1-0 Oct. 9 at Redlands W 6-0 Oct. 12 Cortland State T 1-1 Oct. 17 at UC Santa Cruz W 3-0 Oct. 17 at UC Santa Barbara L 0-2 (OT) Oct. 18 at UC Berkeley L 0-4 Oct. 20 Redlands W 6-0 Oct. 23 at Cal Poly Pomona W 2-1 Oct. 27 Chapman W 3-1 (OT) Oct. 30 Cal Poly Pomona T 1-1 (OT) Nov. 1 St. Mary’s L 0-1 Nov. 3 Whittier W 5-0 Nov. 8 at St. Thomas^ L 0-1 ^NCAA Tournament

1985

Date Sep. 8 Sep. 10 Sep. 13 Sep. 14 Sep. 17 Sep. 20 Sep. 24 Sep. 27 Sep. 28 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Nov. 2

Coach: John Leaney Overall Record: 9-10-2 Opponent UC Irvine Cal Poly Pomona at Westmont Cal Poly SLO Redlands Chapman at Pomona-Pitzer Claremont Mudd Westmont Long Beach State UC Riverside UC Davis UC Irvine at CS Dominguez Hills Pomona-Pitzer at Claremont Mudd at Long Beach State at Cal Poly Pomona at UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara at Chapman at Occidental

Date Sep. 8 Sep. 16 Sep. 18 Sep. 21 Sep. 23 Sep. 25 Sep. 26 Sep. 28 Sep. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Nov. 2

Coach: John Leaney Overall Record: 3-12-3 Opponent Long Beach State at San Diego State UC Santa Barbara at Chapman College San Diego State Cal Poly Pomona UC Irvine at Westmont at UC Santa Barbara UC Davis UC Riverside UCLA Westmont at Cal Poly Pomona at Long Beach State at UC Irvine Chapman at UCLA

1986

Coach: John Leaney Overall Record: 15-5-4 Date Opponent Sep. 10 at UC Santa Barbara Sep. 11 at Westmont Sep. 14 at Redlands Sep. 16 at Claremont Sep. 19 Occidental Sep. 20 Westmont Sep. 22 at Chapman Sep. 27 Pomona-Pitzer Sep. 30 at Whittier Oct. 1-3 UCLA Oct. 1-3 UC Davis Oct. 1-3 UC Irvine Oct. 1-3 UC Santa Cruz Oct. 7 Long Beach State Oct. 10 at Occidental Oct. 12 UC Irvine Oct. 14 Chapman Oct. 17 at Cal Poly Pomona Oct. 18 Whittier Oct. 21 Redlands Oct. 24 CS Dominguez Hills Oct. 26 Claremont Nov. 9 St Mary’s^ Nov. 15 Univ. of Rochester^ ^NCAA Tournament

1983

Score L 1-3 L 0-2 L 0-6 L 0-2 W 12-0 T 2-2 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 2-0 L 0-1 W 9-0 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 7-0 W 5-0 L 1-3 L 0-4 W 1-0 L 0-1 T 0-0 W 5-0

1984

Score L 1-2 W 2-0 W 15-0 W 7-0 W 5-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 7-0 W 6-0 W 2-0 T 0-0 T 0-0 T 0-0 L 0-1 W 6-1 T 0-0 W 4-1 L 0-1 W 9-0 W 9-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 W 1-0 L 0-2

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Score L 1-4 T 3-3 L 0-5 T 1-1 L 2-3 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 2-0 L 0-3 T 1-1 L 0-2 L 0-4 L 1-3 W 2-1 L 0-3

Date Sep. 2 Sep. 9 Sep. 14 Sep. 21 Sep. 24 Sep. 28 Sep. 30 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 29

Coach: Jeff Comfort Overall Record: 4-10-3 Opponent Score San Diego State L 0-3 Fresno State W 1-0 UCLA L 1-3 at UC Santa Barbara L 0-6 Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 (OT) San Diego State L 0-2 at Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 at Long Beach State T 2-2 UC Berkeley L 0-6 UC Santa Barbara L 0-4 UC Davis T 1-1 at San Diego State T 1-1 Long Beach State L 0-2 at UC Irvine W 2-1 at San Diego State L 0-1 UC Santa Barbara L 0-3 at CS Northridge L 2-4

Date Feb. 6 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Mar. 24 Mar. 27 Apr. 3 Apr. 7 Apr. 12 Apr. 14

Coach: Tre Conrique Overall Record: 8-3-4 Opponent at CS Northridge Claremont-Mudd at Biola Westmont UC Davis UC Berkeley UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Westmont Claremont-Mudd UC Riverside Biola CS Northridge

Date Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 11 Mar. 14 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 2 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 May. 1 May. 2

Coach: Tre Conrique Overall Record: 0-14-4 Opponent UC Berkeley UC Santa Cruz at UC Santa Barbara at UC Riverside at Occidental at Westmont at UC Santa Barbara at Long Beach State Cal Poly SLO UC Santa Barbara at UCLA Claremont Mudd UCLA at Claremont Mudd at San Diego State Long Beach State UC Riverside

1982

Score T 2-2 W 1-0 W 10-0 T 2-2 L 0-1 W 4-1 L 0-3 W 4-0 T 0-0 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-1 T 0-0 W 3-0 L 2-3

1981

Score L 0-3 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 1-3 T 1-1 L 0-6 L 0-3 L 0-5 L 0-3 L 0-4 T 1-1 L 0-6 T 1-1 L 0-6 L 0-3 T 0-0


UCSD INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

A Proud Tradition of Academic and Athletic Excellence!

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS •

Triton teams have captured 29 National Championships while 35 teams have finished as National Runners-Up. 33 others have achieved National Third Place honors.

Individually, 110 Triton student-athletes have captured National Championships and a remarkable 850 student-athletes have been named to All-America teams.

Women’s Volleyball 1981 • 1984 • 1986 • 1987 1988 • 1990 • 1997

UCSD student-athletes have excelled academically as well, earning 21 prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships and 127 Academic All-America selections. Consistently, over 55 percent of the student-athletes earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, placing them on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

Women’s Water Polo 1986 • 1990 • 1991 1992 • 1994

UCSD was awarded the 1998 Sears Directors’ Cup for NCAA Division III, recognizing the nation’s top overall athletic program. Since moving to Division II in 2000, the Tritons have finished fourth, third, 12th, second, and sixth respectively.

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Provide a broad base of men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports. Attract students of high academic capabilities and athletic talent who are representative of the diversity of the people of the state of California. Promote healthy physical activity, athletic competition, communications and interpersonal skills, teamwork, and overall personal growth. Promote the principles of ethical conduct, fair play, and respect and understanding of others. Promote the academic advancement and graduation of student-athletes and prepare student-athletes for lifelong learning, future careers, and engaged citizenship. Foster the development of student-athletes’ abilities to live successfully in a diverse and global society. Enhance student life at UCSD and foster campus pride and community support. Participate competitively in an athletic conference that complements and supports the mission and goals of the UCSD Intercollegiate Program and the campus.

Women’s Soccer 1989 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 1999 • 2000 • 2001

Women’s Tennis 1985 • 1987 • 1989 • 1994 Men’s Soccer 1988 • 1990 • 1993

Men’s Volleyball 1970 • 2000

Men’s Golf 1993

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Our Mission...

Earl W. Edwards - Director of Athletics Earl W. Edwards accepted the position of Director of Athletics at UC San Diego in March, 2000. Under his guidance, the 23-sport program has made a successful transition from the NCAA Division III to Division II. In fact, UCSD has surpassed all expectations in Division II, capturing women’s soccer national championships in both 2000 and 2001, and finishing in the top-10 of the Director’s Cup standings in four of its first five seasons. Edwards’ move to UC San Diego represented a homecoming, as he had previously served as Associate Athletic Director at UCSD from 1987 to 1993. He then took a position as Director of Athletics at East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. During his seven-year tenure at the NCAA Division II institution, he served on numerous NCAA committees, including a 1999 appointment to the Division II Management Council. Edwards is also currently a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Executive Committee. Edwards is a 1972 graduate of East Stroudsburg with a master’s degree in Physical Education and Sports Administration from the University of Massachusetts. In addition to East Stroudsburg, he has athletic administration experience at UMass, UC Davis, the University of Michigan, Drexel University and UC San Diego. While previously serving at UCSD, Edwards initiated the Triton Athletic Associates, the athletic department’s primary fund-raising source. Edwards now presides over a UC San Diego program which is recognized nationally for both its athletic and academic achievements.


COMMUNITY OUTREACH UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The University of California, San Diego Department of Athletics is committed to actively participating in the community through a variety of outreach events and services. Student-athletes from 23 sports participate in a wide range of service and outreach programs in and around the San Diego area. In 2003-04 the Tritons began the “Team Up!” program. This program assists local elementary schools that do not have a physical education component in their current curriculum. UCSD student-athletes provide healthy physical activity and create an environment for elementary school students that foster positive thinking and team building. The program was run at the Del Mar Heights Elementary School in the morning hours prior to school starting and during the students’ lunch periods during the past two years. Triton student-athletes make the holidays brighter for 12 families in the San Diego area on an annual basis, providing a plethora of gifts and holiday cheer. Triton teams paired up and each tandem purchased presents, food, and goodies to deliver to their adopted family before the holidays. Families were selected by the Neighborhood House Association which runs the Head Start programs throughout San Diego County. Student-athletes contacted the families to find out what special presents the children wanted, as well as what sort of clothing or other needs could be met. Teams delivered the presents in person and spent time with the families, often playing games with the children. Families each received approximately $300-$500 worth of gifts, depending on the number of children. Presents ranged from a bike for one child to clothing and food for the parents. In conjuction with the California Collegiate Athletic Association as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Triton student-athletes have gone to work to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in each of the last two years. The student-athletes held a bake sale during the Annual Sun God Festival on the UCSD campus. Each team brought baked goods for a sale in the evening prior to the festival’s main event. The goal at each CCAA member institution was to raise $1 per student-athlete. Triton student-athletes far exceeded this goal, raising over $1,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2005. Additionally, the Intercollegiate Athletics Department holds an annual Blood Drive to benefit the American Red Cross. All coaches, staff and out of season student-athletes participated in the blood drive, while those student-athletes who were in season recruited other students on campus to donate blood on their behalf.

UCSD ATHLETICS COMMUNITY OUTREACH Volunteer Connection Adopt-A-Family Thanksgiving Program Hands Across America St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen Row for the Cure Preuss School Clinics Starlings Volleyball Club Habitat for Humanity San Diego Special Olympics California Half Ironman Volunteers Mission Bay - Beach Clean Up Race for the Cure Boy’s and Girl’s Club Sports Clinics


ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE / SPORTS MEDICINE UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

Two integral parts of the UC San Diego athletic department are the Athletic Performance Program and the Sports Medicine Program, both of which provide a tremendous advantage to all 23 of the UCSD intercollegiate sports. The Athletic Performance Program is geared toward teaching each student-athlete how to achieve the highest level of athletic development through enhancement of all components of strength and conditioning. Athlete workouts are monitored and planned out by Matt Kritz, UCSD’s Director of Athletic Performance who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Triton athletics. Kritz represents the only full-time strength and conditioning coach in the entire CCAA. The Tritons work out in the RIMAC weight room that is over 12,000 square feet in size with state of the art equipment. The UCSD Athlete Performance Program is truly designed with the student-athlete’s enhancement in mind. Very few programs at the Division II level have such expertise and first class facilities at the disposal of the student-athlete helping to further distinguish the Triton Athletic Department as one of the premier intercollegiate programs in the country. The UC San Diego Sports Medicine Center is the hub for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries suffered by Triton studentathletes. Under the supervision of head athletic trainer Marcia Klaiber MA, ATC and her staff, UCSD athletes receive the highest quality medical care and access to an extensive network of physicians and other medical specialists. Alongside Klaiber is assistant athletic trainer Kevin Messey MS, ATC, CSCS, who assists in every aspect of the training room.

Marcia Klaiber

Kevin Messey

The rest of the training room staff is comprised of two part-time ATCs and an average of 10 athletic training students (ATS). The UCSD athletic training room is a clinical site for San Diego State University’s accredited athletic training education program where some of the athletic training students fulfill their clinical experience. Additionally the UCSD Sports Medicine Center offers a wide variety of options for examination and rehabilitation. From acupuncture to a group of six highly specialized sports medicine, family practitioners and orthopedic surgeons, the UCSD training room has a multitude of options at your disposal to get you health and back on the field of competition in no time.

Rob Mamula


UCSD - YOUNGEST OF THE BEST UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UCSD: THE INSTITUTION Innovation is our tradition: Nestled along the Pacific Ocean on 1,200 acres of coastal woodland, UCSD is a powerful magnet for those seeking a fresh, next-generation approach to education and research. Since its founding four decades ago, UCSD is one of the ten campuses in the worldrenowned University of California system and has rapidly achieved the status as one of the top institutions in the nation for higher education and research. UCSD’s interdisciplinary ethos and tradition of innovation and risk-taking, underlie its research strength and ability to recruit top scholars and students. Students: The average high school GPA of admitted freshmen was 4.05, and average SATI score was 1300. UCSD ranks 2nd nationally among major research universities sending students abroad in full-year programs, and 4th in the nation in graduation rates, at 79%. Specialized Resources: UCSD’s graduate and professional schools include Scripps Institution of Oceanography; School of Medicine; School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Jacobs School of Engineering (graduate and undergraduate), and Rady School of Management. The campus also is home to the San Diego Supercomputer Center; California Institute for Information Technology and Telecommunications; Center for Research in Computing and the Arts; Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, and Institute of the Americas.

The Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Oceanography Institution.

UCSD: ACADEMIC RANKINGS The National Research Council ranks UCSD 10th in the nation in the quality of its faculty and graduate programs. (The top ten, in rank order, are: UC Berkeley, MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, CalTech, Yale, Chicago, Cornell and UCSD.) The NRC ranks oceanography and neurosciences 1st in the nation. UCSD ranks 6th in the nation in National Academy of Sciences membership while also being ranked as the 7th best public university in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report. A U.S. News and World Report survey of graduate programs ranks the Jacobs School of Engineering 13th in the nation and 7th among public engineering schools, and the School of Medicine as 17th among medical schools with a research focus, and 6th among public schools. In Master of Fine Arts programs, UCSD’s multimedia/visual communications program ranked 6th in the nation. The most recent US News rankings also place these programs in the nation’s top 10: Theatre and Dance (3rd); Bioengineering (3rd); Political Science (7th); Cellular and Developmental Biology (8th); Biochemistry (9th); Molecular Biology (10th), and Neurosciences (10th). UCSD: CURRENT FACULTY HONORS Nobel Prize: George E. Palade, 1974, physiology/medicine; Renato Dulbecco, 1975, physiology/ medicine; Harry Markowitz, 1990, economics; Paul Crutzen, 1995, chemistry; Mario J. Molina, 1995, chemistry; Sydney Brenner, 2002, medicine; Clive W.J. Granger and Robert F. Engle, 2003, economics. Fields Medal: Professor of mathematics Efim Zelmanov. Balzan Prize: Freeman Gilbert, SIO professor (1990), and Wolfgang Berger, SIO professor (1993). National Medal of Science: Astrophysicist Margaret Burbidge and oceanographer Walter Munk (1985); physician/scientist George Palade (1986); nuclear physicist Marshall N. Rosenbluth (1998); bioengineer Yuan-Chen Fung (2000), and oceanographer Charles D. Keeling (2002). National Humanities Medal: Latin American history scholar Ramon Eduardo Ruiz (1998) Pulitzer Prize: Roger Reynolds (1989) Music. Kyoto Prize: Oceanographer Walter Munk (1999) Enrico Fermi Award: Physicist Herbert F. York (2000). MacArthur Foundation Awards: Guillermo Algaze, anthropology; Patricia Churchland, philosophy; Ramon Gutierrez, history and ethnic studies; Edwin Hutchins, cognitive science; Russell Lande, biology; George Lewis, music; and Michael Schudson, communications.

Geisel Library in the heart of the UCSD Campus

The Pier at the Scripps Oceanography Institution.


SAN DIEGO - AMERICA’S FINEST CITY UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The UCSD campus is located in La Jolla, Calif., just minutes north of America’s sixth largest city, San Diego. Spanish for ‘the jewel’, La Jolla is one of San Diego’s first neighborhoods to be settled. The city of La Jolla has spectacular beaches and park areas that are popular for great diving, swimming, surfing, hiking, romantic sunset strolls, and family fun. La Jolla’s village area boasts a beautiful Mediterranean charm and a cool Southern Californian vibe, and rolls out the red carpet when it comes to it’s fine dining, theatre, cultural activities, boutique shopping, art galleries and fine lodging establishments. It is no wonder why La Jolla’s Prospect Street was dubbed ‘San Diego’s Rodeo Drive’. Named “America’s Finest City” due to its hospitality, beauty and ideal climate, San Diego is located at the southern tip of California, just north of Mexico. The residents of San Diego county are so physically active that Sports Illustrated magazine once called it “Sportstown, U.S.A.” San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches are a haven for swimmers, surfers, divers, boaters and sunbathers. The city of San Diego is a major commercial business center with more than 2.6 million residents and a varied economy based in agriculture, manufacturing, aerospace, technology, electronics, aircraft, shipbuilding, scientific research and tourism. The city is one of the largest biotech centers in the U.S.


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