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Quick Facts UNIVERSITY INFORMATION School Name: ............ University of Detroit Mercy Location: ......................................... Detroit, MI Founded: ................................................. 1877 Enrollment: ............................................ 5,700 Nickname: .............................................. ..............................................Titans Titans Colors: ................................ Red, White and Blue Home Field Field:: ...................................... ......................................Titan Titan Field Affiliation: ................................ NCAA Division I Conference: ............................... ...............................Horizon Horizon League President:............... Fr. Gerard L. Stockhausen, S.J ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT INFORMATION Athletic Director: ............................ ............................Keri Keri Gaither Senior Associate AD: ........... Daron Montgomery Assistant AD/Business/SWA: ........ Teri Kromrei Assistant AD for Facilities: .............. ..............Glenn Glenn Knott Assistant AD for NCAA Compliance: ................ ................................................... Steve Corder Director of Marketing & Promotions: .............. ........................................... ...........................................Brandon Brandon Longmeier Director of Ticket Operations/Sales:............... .................................................. Greg Haapala Director of Sports Medicine: ............ Mike Miller Assistant Directors of Sports Medicine: .......... ...................... Chris Hinderliter, Ashley VanMeter Director of Strength & Conditioning:. Joe Tofferi Assistant Director Strength & Conditioning: ... ..................................................... Nick Wilson Equipment Manager: .................. ..................Harvey Harvey Theeck Faculty Athletic Representative: .... Erick Barnes Office Phone: .............................. 313-993-1700 Fax: ............................................. .............................................313.993.2449 313.993.2449 Mailing Address: ............... ...............4001 4001 W. McNichols Rd ............................................ Detroit, MI 48221 SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant AD for Sports Info: ........... ...........Mark Mark Engel Asst. SID’s: ........... P.J. Gradowski, Maggie Walsh Sports Info Asst. (WSC Contact):.................... .............................................. Scott Kretzmann Email: .................. scott.kretzmann@udmercy.edu Sports Info. Office Phone: .......... 313-993-1745 Sports Info. Office Fax:............... 313-993-1765 Website: ......................... .........................www.DetroitTitans.com www.DetroitTitans.com

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WOMEN’S SOCCER STAFF Head Coach: ............ Mike Lupenec (Oakland ‘86) Record at UDM: ......... 152-140-21 (17th season) Career Head Coaching Record:................. .................same same Email: ............................ lupenemi@udmercy.edu Assistant Coach: .............................. Jamie Huff Graduate Assistant: . Nicole Gipson (Detroit ‘09) Women’s Soccer Office: .............. 313-993-1912 TEAM INFORMATION Starters Returning/Lost: .......................... 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Returning/Lost: ................. .................15/5 15/5 Goalkeepers Returning/Lost: Returning/Lost:..................... ..................... 2/1 All-HL Selections Returning/Lost: .............. 1/2 Newcomers: ................................................. 6 2008 IN REVIEW Record:................................................... 8-9-1 HL Record/Finish: ............................ ............................4-4 4-4 (Fifth) HL Tournament:.................. Tournament:.................. Lost to Butler in QF TEAM HISTORY All-Time Record: ............. 152-140-21 (16 years) All-Time HL Record: ........................... 54-34-11 All-Time HL Tournament: ..................... 18-12-1 Horizon League Championships: ................... 2 All-Time NCAA Tournament Record: .......... 1-1 Last NCAA Appearance: ........................... 2004 TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts:.................................................. 1 Facilities:: ..................................................... 2 Facilities Season Preview: ........................................... 4 Head Coach Mike Lupenec: ........................... 6 Assistant Coaches: ....................................... 8 2009 Roster: ................................................ 9 Meet The Titans: .......................................... ..........................................10 10 2008 Season Review: .................................. ..................................21 21 UDM Record Book: ....................................... .......................................23 23 Year-By-Year Results: ................................. .................................27 27 The Horizon League: .................................... ....................................30 30 2009 Schedule:............................................ ............................................32 32

2009 Yearbook Credits The 2009 UDM Women’s Soccer Yearbook is a production of the UDM Sports Information Office. The guide was written, designed and edited by Assistant SID P.J. Gradowski and Sports Information Assistant Scott Kretzmann. Editorial assistance provided by UDM Sports Information and soccer staff. Information presented in student-athletes and coaches biographies provided by Gradowski and Kretzmann. Photos by Mary Ellen Fortenberry, Tim Bush, and the UDM Sports Information staff. Cover/poster designed by Jeff Mitchell.

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Titan Field The UDM athletic department proudly unveiled its new, oncampus soccer-track facility in October of 2007. The new facility is on the site of the old naturalgrass Titan Field, and includes an A-Turf field, along with a six-lane polyurethane track and areas for the steeplechase and field events. The first event held in the new facility was a women’s soccer match against Wright State, which ended in a 1-1 tie. The Titans’ Trina Kochanski scored the new field’s first goal just 20 minutes into the contest. Two weeks later, the women would post the first Titan victory in the updated facility with a 4-0 blanking of Youngstown State. The field is also utilized by the UDM men’s and women’s track and field program as well as the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams, the only Division I programs in the state of Michigan. Phase 2 of the project, when completed in the future, will include stadium seating for 2,500-3,000 fans, concession stands, rest rooms, a press box, new scoreboard, lights and a building with space for offices, locker rooms and storage. “The construction of our new synthetic field and

track is another big step forward for the Titan Athletics Program. I am excited that our studentathletes and coaches, who work so hard day in and day out, will have the on-campus facilities they need to train and compete,” Titans athletic director Keri Gaither said. “The University’s substantial commitment for the new facilities is a critical component of our sport expansion plans.”

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Facilities The Titans condition and train in the Larry Bleach Fitness Center, located in Calihan Hall. All UDM student-athletes are trained under the supervision of two full-time certified strength and conditioning coaches, as well as two intern assistants. Every member of the Titan strength and conditioning staff is assigned a team, which allows daily interaction between the athletes and the coaches. Such interaction is a tremendous asset when developing a program that best serves the athlete and the team. In the past two years, the fitness center expanded by over 400 square feet. Four new Olympic style platforms, three squat racks and other auxiliary speed equipment have also been added, all designed and implemented to improve the Titans’ speed and power. The center also features the ONS Performance nutritional shake, which is designed to help every athlete recover from training and conditioning with a supplement increase in their protein and carbohydrate intake. The Titan strength and conditioning staff has also hosted the Motor City Strength & Conditioning Clinic the last two years. The clinic helped to educate and provide further awareness in the field of strength and conditioning. The speakers have included Javair Gillett, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator of the Detroit Tigers, Jason Arapoff, Director of Physical Development for the Detroit Lions, and Tom Palumbo, Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach at Ohio State University to name a few. The UDM strength and conditioning staff has not only helped the Titan student-athletes, but professional athletes as well. UDM graduate and current Philadelphia 76ers’ guard Willie Green comes back to use the facilities during the offseason, and before the Tigers hit Florida for spring training in 2009, starting pitcher Nate Robertson visited Calihan Hall to train with the staff.

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Season Preview University of Detroit Mercy women’s soccer head coach Mike Lupenec will begin the 2009 season with only five upperclassmen on the roster. That means the other 16 roster spots are occupied by seven freshmen and nine sophomores, or nearly one underclassman for each of Lupenec’s 17 seasons at the helm. But with many of this year’s sophomores returning with a considerable amount of playing experience, a strong core of upperclassmen to provide leadership and some talented rookies in the mix, Lupenec remains optimistic that the Titans can improve on their fifth-place Horizon League showing from a year ago. “Every year the younger players have a big impact on every team in the league,” said Lupenec. “There are freshmen that are going to come in and do some good things, and there are going to be other players that have made a lot of improvement that will make a team better.” GOALKEEPER As a freshman in 2008, Joanna Hinde was quickly elevated into the starting lineup because of injury, starting the Titans’ season opener against Central Michigan. She recorded three saves in the losing effort, but it didn’t take long for her to find her groove. Hinde recorded shutouts in her next three games, including a 12-save performance in a double overtime draw against Eastern Michigan, and was named the Horizon League Player of the Week. She ended the season with a 6-5-1 record in net, four shutouts, was third in the league with 5.25 saves per game, and 1.55 goals against average. “Last year was a great learning experience for her,” said Lupenec. “It will go a long way in helping her this year. “She’s a good athlete and was really able to develop a better understanding for the game. She learned that organizing her Joanna Hinde posted defense and putting four shutouts in just 12 everyone in position starts as a freshman. is very important at

this level.” Lupenec expects fellow sophomore Madeline Franko to see playing time as well. “Madeline has worked d very hard in the off season,” Lupenec said. “She continues to improve and she’ll be pushing Joanna every day in practice for that spot in goal.” DEFENSE Last year the Titans boasted a strong defense, posting six Alexandra Suschak shutouts and allowing was named to the HL 1.74 goals per game. All-Newcomer Team. Lupenec looks for the defense to be strong again despite losing last year’s defensive MVP, Melanie Slusher, to graduation. Anchoring the back line will be former Horizon League All-Newcomer Team selections senior Alauna Pierce and sophomore Alexandra Suschak. Pierce, who has struggled with injury during her career, played in 16 games each of the last two seasons, recording 15 starts in 2007 and 13 starts in 2008. “Alauna has had some issues with her knee in the past and played well, but she comes into this season 100 percent healthy,” Lupenec said. Suschak made an immediate impact as a freshman in 2008 and started all 18 games. She tallied three points last season, recording an assist in a 2-0 victory over Madonna and scoring a goal in a 4-0 win over Cleveland State. Suschak was awarded the team Coaches Award for her efforts. “Alexandra and Alauna are going to be the backbone of the defense,” said Lupenec. “Having those two back there is really going to solidify us.” Competition in the backfield won’t be lacking. Junior Archana Wadhawan, sophomore Rebecca Pidgeon, and freshmen Mary Leone and Rebekah Dornbos will all contend for the playing time. Wadhawan has appeared in every game in her first two seasons, contributing on defense as a freshman before moving up and playing midfield last season where she accumulated five points on two goals and one assist and put seven shots on goal. Pidgeon played in all 18 of Detroit’s games as a freshman and recorded five shots, all of them on goal.

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Season Preview MIDFIELD Lupenec likes the speed he sees among this year’s crop of midfielders. Senior Trina Kochanski will fill the center midfielder position. Kochanski led the Titans in goals last season with six, and also added an assist to record 13 points for the year. But Kochanski brings more than just her Senior Trina Kochanski goal-scoring to the led UDM with six goals Detroit lineup. “She’s got a last season. lot of in-game experience, she’s a very hard worker and she’s a great athlete,” Lupenec said. “She will be a huge team leader for us this year.” Also expected to be seeing action at the midfield position is Wadhawan and sophomores Lauren Roffey, Alison Suschak, twin sister of Alexandra, and Alyssa Korson. Roffey made a quick impact as a freshman, taking seven shots with four on goal while starting all 18 games for the Titans. She ended the season with three points on one goal and one assist, notching the game-winning goal in a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Horizon League foe Valparaiso. Suschak was another quick contributor in her rookie season, finishing fourth on the team with six points and second with four assists in addition to scoring one goal, a game-winner at Madonna. A standout as a freshman on the Titans’ defense, Korson started every game in 2008. From the back line she attempted 10 shots, scoring the decisive goal with under four minutes remaining in a 2-1 victory over Youngstown. A trio of freshmen including Sarah Dzuris, Danielle Goszczynski and Nina Carter will also compete for playing time. “This group has some great speed and could really help us out offensively,” said Lupenec. FORWARD It will be no easy feat replacing Emily Kiely up front, a second-team All-Horizon League performer in 2008 as well as the Titans’ MVP and Offensive MVP. But Detroit still returns firepower up front in

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junior Selena Stanski, who led the team with 16 points. Stanski led the team and was sixth in the Horizon League with eight assists last season. She also ranked second amongst the Titans in shots (24) and third in shots on goal (10), scoring four times. “She’s our best goal-scorer and will be our biggest offensive weapon,” Lupenec said. Likely joining Stanski in the attack will be a trio of freshmen including Carter, Janae Paveglio and Lindsay Saunders. “They all bring a lot of strength and speed to the forward position,” said Lupenec. HORIZON LEAGUE After posting an 18-3-2 record in 2008 (71-HL) and making an appearance in the NCAA tournament, Milwaukee was picked as the team to beat in the coaches’ preseason poll. Lupenec also looks at Loyola (14-9-0, 7-1-0 HL in 2008), Wright State (10-9-1, 4-3-1) and Butler (11-11-0, 4-4-0) as the top teams in the league, but believes the Titans have what it takes to compete with them. Last October, UDM topped Wright State 1-0 in overtime on the road, and was edged, 3-2, against Butler, rallying from a 3-0 second-half deficit. “I think we’re faster, stronger and all-around more dangerous than a year ago,” said Lupenec. “With what we’ve got I think we can certainly compete with the teams in the upper echelon in the league.” Detroit opens up conference play at Cleveland State on Oct. 2 before their conference home opener two days laterr against Youngstown State. In Indianapolis s on Oct. 9, Detroit will get the chance to avenge their HL tournament loss to Butler before traveling to Valparaiso o on the 11th. On Oct. 16 the Titans will host Milwaukee, and Green Bay comes into o town on Oct. 18. On the final weekend of the regular season the Titans travel to Chicago to face Loyola on Oct. 23 Selena Stanski led the and return to Titan Titans offensively with Field for the finale 16 points on eight assists against Wright and four goals. State on the 25th.

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Head Coach

As the only head coach in the 17-year history of the Titan women’s soccer program, Mike Lupenec - the dean of Horizon League coaches - has seen the Titans rise from a first-year Division I squad to a premier power in the Horizon League. Lupenec enters the season as the conference’s active coaching leader in overall victories with 152. His Titans reached new heights in the last six years, reaching the Horizon League championship game four times. In addition to three runner-up

finishes, the Titans brought home the league’s tallest trophy in 2004, defeating Youngstown State, Green Bay and Milwaukee – and giving up just one goal in the process – to move on to the NCAA Tournament. There, Detroit scored a stunning victory over Michigan in the opening game before falling to sixth-ranked Ohio State in the second round of the tourney. His team finished that year with 14 victories, just one shy of the school record. That 2004 title was the second league championship Lupenec’s team has delivered to UDM, as they also won in 1995, winning 15 games to establish a school record that was equaled a year later. His Titans also won a regular-season co-championship in 1996. He has twice (2000 and 2005) been voted league Coach of the Year by his peers. Lupenec’s Titans have recorded seven winning seasons compiling a 152-140--21 record in his 16 years at the helm. Heading into his 17th season as the leader of the Titans, Lupenec was the first Horizon League coach to reach the career 100-win plateau. He reached that mark on Sept. 3, 2003 with a 3-0 victory over Bowling Green. He is also the only current head coach at UDM to have recorded a win in NCAA Tournament play.

LUPENEC’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS 152 - Total Victories As A Head Coach 57 - All-League Selections, Including Three Horizon League Player Of The Year Honorees 17 - Seasons At Detroit, The Dean Among All Horizon League Head Coaches 2 - Time Horizon League Coach Of The Year (2000, 2005) 2 - Horizon League Championships (1995, 2004) 1 - NCAA Tournament Appearance (2004) 1 - NCAA Tournament Victory Defeating Michigan 3-2 In The First Round iN 2004 1 - Horizon League Regular Season Championship (1996)

The Only Head Coach In UDM History

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Mike Lupenec Throughout his tenure at UDM, he has continually shown the ability to combine his coaching and playing experience into a winning formula. He has registered impressive triumphs over such regional powers as Cincinnati, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota and Texas A&M during his 17 seasons. When he came to UDM in 1991, Lupenec first served as an assistant coach for the men’s soccer program for two seasons, including the 1992 campaign where he joined forces with his twin brother and current men’s head coach Morris. When the opportunity to begin a women’s program on the Division I level arose, Lupenec was there to take the challenge of building a successful program and he has made it work. He was also closely involved in the planning of UDM’s new artificial surface soccer/track facility, which was completed in the fall of 2007. It was only fitting that Lupenec, who has built the Titans from the ground up, would lead his team to the field’s first ever Titan victory as the women’s soccer team blanked Youngstown State 4-0. A native of Welland, ON, Lupenec is a 1986 graduate of nearby Oakland University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in human resources and development. He and his twin brother played soccer for the Pioneers (as they were known then) from 1981-83, with Morris a star forward and Mike a starting defender. The 1982 Oakland team was the first in school history to make the NCAA Division II semi-finals, and the following year OU posted an 18-3 record, the best in school history. Lupenec continued his soccer career after college, playing professionally in Canada with the Windsor Wheels. Not only has he been successful coaching on the collegiate level, but also on the club level, where he has won several national championships. His Vardar U-17 squad was the first in the history of Michigan to claim both outdoor and indoor national titles. The 48-year-old Lupenec and his wife Lydia are the proud parents of three children – Alexa (16), Mark (13) and Julianna (10). The family resides in Macomb Township.

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Asst. Coaches Jamie Huff is in his eighth season on the sidelines for UDM. A veteran of almost two decades of coaching soccer, Huff assists head coach Mike Lupenec with on-field coaching, practice and game strategy, recruiting, travel and every-day office administration. Huff has been an integral part of the Titans’ recent success – including four straight trips to the Horizon League Championship games from 2003-06 – and that hasn’t gone unnoticed by coach Lupenec. “Jamie has a love for the game that not everyone can match,” Lupenec said. “His enthusiasm and knowledge of the game are great assets for our soccer program.” After graduating from Clinton Township’s Chippewa Valley High School in 1988, Huff turned professional a year later, playing from 1989-94 and 1996-2000 in the NPSL for the Detroit Rockers. He competed in the USISL and the PDL, as well. Huff started his coaching career in 1989 while still an active player, as he joined the coaching ranks of the prestigious Vardar Soccer Club. He remains a Vardar coach to this day. While with the Michigan-based club, Huff’s teams have captured numerous State Cup titles, a Regional championship and seven small-sided national crowns. In addition to his long-running stint with

Vardar, Huff has also coached at the professional level. While still an active player, Huff coached the Detroit Wheels of the USISL and moved onto the Lansing Locomotive a year later. From 1999-01 he was on the staff of the Grand Rapids Explosion. A native of Yale, MI and an avid golfer in his spare time, Huff is finishing the requirements for his BA in elementary education at UDM this fall. He is the father of 11-year old Madison.

Nicole Gipson joins the coaching staff as a graduate assistant for the 2009 season following a successful four-year career as a member of the Titans. “Nicole was a blue collar player for us as well as a team captain,” said Lupenec. “She was a very experienced player who led by example in and out of the classroom and I believe she will do a great job for us acting as that go-between the head coach and the players.” During her four years as a Titan (2005-08), Gipson played in 76 games with 69 starts. She tallied five goals and eight assists for 18 points wearing the red, white

and blue, including three game-winning goals. One of those game winners came against Youngstown State on Oct. 28, 2007, a game Detroit won 4-0 giving UDM its first-ever victory on the newly renovated Titan field. She started her career helping the Titans reach the HL Championship as a freshman, where Detroit tied Milwaukee, 0-0, in double overtime, before falling in penalty kicks. For her efforts, which included an assist on the game-winning goal in the semi-finals victory over Loyola, she was named to the All-Tournament Team. Gipson graduated in May from Detroit with a 3.431 GPA in criminal justice and is currently pursuing her master’s in intelligence analysis. She was a three-year member of both the Horizon League and UDM’s Athletic Director’s honor roll.

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2009 Titans Numerical Roster No. 0 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23

Name Joanna Hinde Madeline Franko Alyssa Korson Gloria Soyad Nina Carter Archana Wadhawan Rebecca Pidgeon Alexandra Suschak Selena Stanski Mary Leone Bridget Green Lauren Roffey Trina Kochanski Janae Paveglio Rebekah Dornbos Danielle Goszczynski Sarah Dzuris Alison Suschak Alauna Pierce Caitlin Clemence Lindsey Saunders

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

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

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

Hometown/High School (Last School) Shelby Township, MI/Eisenhower Dearborn, MI/Dearborn Suttons Bay, MI/Lake Leelanau St. Mary’s Harper Woods, MI/Regina (Schoolcraft College) Clinton Twp., MI/Chippewa Valley Troy, MI/Troy Ann Arbor, MI/Huron Brecksville, OH/Brecksville Tecumseh, ON/St. Anne’s Secondary St. Clair Shores, MI/Lakeview Avon Lake, OH/Avon Lake West Bloomfield, MI/West Bloomfield Royal Oak, MI/Kimball Flushing, MI/Flushing Midland, MI/Midland Harrison Twp. MI/L’ Anse Creuse Rochester Hills, MI/Rochester Brecksville, OH/Brecksville Toronto, ON/Mowat Lake Orion, MI/Lake Orion Pasadena, MD/Northeast

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

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

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

Hometown/High School (Last School) Clinton Twp., MI/Chippewa Valley Lake Orion, MI/Lake Orion Midland, MI/Midland Rochester Hills, MI/Rochester Dearborn, MI/Dearborn Harrison Twp. MI/L’ Anse Creuse Avon Lake, OH/Avon Lake Shelby Township, MI/Eisenhower Royal Oak, MI/Kimball Suttons Bay, MI/Lake Leelanau St. Mary’s St. Clair Shores, MI/Lakeview Flushing, MI/Flushing Ann Arbor, MI/Huron Toronto, ON/Mowat West Bloomfield, MI/West Bloomfield Pasadena, MD/Northeast Harper Woods, MI/Regina (Schoolcraft College) Tecumseh, ON/St. Anne’s Secondary Brecksville, OH/Brecksville Brecksville, OH/Brecksville Troy, MI/Troy

Alphabetical Roster No. 5 22 16 18 1 17 12 0 14 3 11 15 7 21 13 23 4 10 8 19 6

Name Nina Carter Caitlin Clemence Rebekah Dornbos Sarah Dzuris Madeline Franko Danielle Goszczynski Bridget Green Joanna Hinde Trina Kochanski Alyssa Korson Mary Leone Janae Paveglio Rebecca Pidgeon Alauna Pierce Lauren Roffey Lindsey Saunders Gloria Soyad Selena Stanski Alexandra Suschak Alison Suschak Archana Wadhawan

Head Coach - Mike Lupenec (17th Season) Assistant Coach - Jamie Huff (Eighth Season) Graduate Assistant Coach - Nicole Gipson (First Season)

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Senior #14 Trina Kochanski 5-8 - Midfielder Royal Oak, MI - Kimball 2008 - Junior: Led the Titans for the second straight season with six goals, while finishing second on the team with 13 points…Started all 18 games attempting 15 shots with 11 coming on goal…Was scoreless through the first eight games before erupting on offense during a six-game stretch in the middle of the season leading UDM to a 5-1 record during that span…Posted her first goal of the year at Oakland and followed that with a game-winning marker against HL foe Cleveland State…Collected her first career multi-goal game with two scores in a tough 3-2 setback at Butler… Added game-winning goals in back-to-back games in a 3-0 win against IPFW, where she also had a helper, as well as beating the keeper in a 1-0 double overtime victory at Wright State…Following those performances, she was selected as the U.S. Army Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Week… Selected to the Horizon League’s Fall Academic All-League team for the first time in her career as well as to the AD’s honor roll for the third-straight season. 2007 - Sophomore: Topped the Titans with six goals and 13 points, while tying for the team lead in shots (26) and shots on goal (17)…Scored her first goal of the season at Toledo...Tallied the gamewinning goals against IPFW, Oregon State, and Green Bay, with the winner against Oregon State coming with less than two minutes remaining in the first overtime…Scored Detroit’s lone goal in a 1-1 tie against Wright State…Put one past the keeper with less than five minutes to play in regulation to force a 2-2 tie against Cleveland State…Fed Selena Stanski’s second goal against IPFW for her only helper on the year…Named to the Athletic Director’s and Horizon League Academic Honor Rolls for the second-straight season...Also received the Dad Butler Award for her determination in recovering from an athletic injury at the annual UDM President’s Athletic and Academic Honors Luncheon. 2006 - Redshirt Freshman: Did not see any game time until Sept. 21 at Hawaii - the Titans’ seventh game of the year - due to pre-season surgery on the same knee that kept her out all of 2005...Saw time in 11 contests overall - six league games and all three Horizon League tournament

games...Named to the Athletic Director’s and Horizon League Academic Honor Rolls. 2005 - Freshman: Sat out the 2005 season while recovering from an ACL injury. Prior to Detroit: Three-year letter winner at Kimball HS...Two-Time All-OAA, All-District, AllRegion and All-State selection...Led the team in scoring as a junior...Five-time State Cup winner with Vardar Club team...Was a Vardar captain in 2005…Played with former Titan teammate Megan Canty at Kimball. Personal: Majoring in accounting...Is the daughter of Mark and Stacey Kochanski...Has two brothers, Brent and Noah, and three sisters, Ashly, Clare and Elinor...Born Nov. 13, 1987.

Kochanski’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2005 Did not play due to injury 2006 11-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2007 19-19 6 1 13 26 17 3 2008 18-18 6 1 13 15 11 3 Career 48-37 12 2 26 41 28 6

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Senior #4 Gloria Soyad 5-1 - Midfielder Harper Woods, MI/Regina 2008 - Junior: Part of a stingy Titan backline that posted six shutouts and gave up an average of just 1.74 goals per game…She saw action in 12 games recording two shots, one on goal, both coming against IPFW…A member of the Athletic Director’s honor roll. Prior to Detroit: Played two years for Schoolcraftt College, leading the Ocelots in assists both years, while taking home the Athletic Department’s Athletic Achievement Award as a freshman... Led the Saddlelites in assists as a freshman, sophomore and senior... Named All-Catholic as a freshman when she led her school to the district championship… Received All-District, All-League and nd All-Regional honors as a junior and senior, as well as All-State accolades her senior season. Personal: Majoring in nursing... Is the daughter off Layla and Pierre Soyad… Has two sisters, Christine e and Angela ... Born Aug. 1, 1987.

Soyad’s Year GP-GS G 2008 12-0 0 Career 12-0 0

Career Stats A Pts. Sh SOG GW 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0

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Senior #21 Alauna Pierce 5-2 - Midfielder/Defender Toronto, ON - Mowat 2008 - Junior: Missed the first two games of the year, but came back to play in 16 games earning 13 starts in the backfield for Detroit…Part of a defensive unit that recorded six shutouts and gave up just 1.74 goals per game…Had one shot on the season on goal at Loyola. 2007 - Sophomore: A member of the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team in her first season of play with the Titans…Played in 16 matches, with 15 appearances in the starting line up…Played primarily y on the back line combining her speed and great footwork to give UDM one of the top defensive teams in the conference...Slowed at the end of 2007 by a nagging knee injury which caused her to miss the last three matches of the year, including the Horizon League Tournament. 2006 - Freshman: Sat out to complete eligibility requirements. Prior to Detroit: Played four years of soccer at Sir Oliver Mowat in Toronto...Was a three-sport standout at Mowat, starring on the soccer pitch as well as being a setter on the volleyball court and the starting point guard for the basketball team...She comes from the same club program, The Unionville Milliken Soccer Club (UMSC), which produced former Titan Alex Moraca...A three-time Team MVP selection, Pierce helped lead her 2005 soccer squad to the City Championship and the Provincial Finals…On the basketball court, she led Mowat to another City title in 2004 and served as a team captain in 2005...Helped her club teams to five tournament titles, including the UMSC Indoor U21 Cup and the UMSC U18 Invitational League and d Cup titles. Personal: Majoring in elementary education…Is the daughter of Michelle Pierce...Has one brother, Preston, and a sister, Breia…Born April 5, 1988.

Year 2007 2008 Career

Pierce’s GP-GS G 16-15 0 16-13 0 32-28 0

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Career Stats A Pts. Sh SOG GW 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0


Junior #10 Selena Stanski 5-2 - Midfielder/Forward Tecumseh, ON/St. Anne’s 2008 - Sophomore: Led the team with 16 points on four goals and a team best eight assists…Her 16 points were tied for 10th in the Horizon League, while her eight helpers ranked sixth…She was also second on the team with 24 shots and third with 10 shots on goal…Started scoring right from the start netting goals in back-to-back games with the game-winner in a 1-0 victory over IUPUI and securing a Titan 2-0 win at Madonna…Her third tally y of the season came off a penalty kick at Michigan State…Added another point on her first assist of the e season at Youngstown State…Went on to record a pair of three-point performances with a career-high three assists against Cleveland State and a goal and d a helper versus Valparaiso…Had her second multi assist game of the season setting up two goals against IPFW…Assisted on Archana Wadhawan’s goal in the Horizon Tournament setback at Butler…A A member of the AD’s honor roll. 2007 - Freshman: Played in 16 games with 13 starts…Finished third among teammates with with two goals and four points…Both of her goals came in UDM’s 4-0 victory over IPFW. Prior to Detroit: Played four years of soccer at St. Anne’s High School, winning team MVP honors in 2005, ‘06 and ‘07...The team won WECSSAA (city) and SWOSSAA (regional) championships in 2005 and 2006...Played soccer for the Ontario Provincial Team at the U15 and U16 levels...Was a Canada Summer Games bronze medalist in 2005...Won a State Cup title in 2006 and an 18-Under national championship with her club team, the Bloomfield Force, in 2007. Personal: Majoring in education and history...Is the daughter of James and Elaine Stanski...Has one e brother, Daniel, and two sisters, Kayla and Natalja, a junior midfielder on Grand Valley State’s soccer team…Born July 15, 1989.

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Stanski’s Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 16-13 2 0 4 14 7 0 17-17 4 8 16 24 10 1 33-30 6 8 20 38 17 1

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Junior #6 Archana Wadhawan 5-3 - Midfielder/Forward Troy, MI/Troy 2008 - Sophomore: Appeared in all 18 games making six starts for the Titans…Fifth on the squad with five points on two goals and an assist… Seven of her 12 shots were on goal…Tallied her first collegiate goal and assist in the same game finishing with three points in a 4-0 win over Cleveland State…Scored the Titans’ lone goal in the Horizon League Tournament at Butler…Earned a spot place on the Athletic Director’s honor roll. 2007 - Freshman: Played in every game for the Titans, getting the starting nod on nine occasions… … Helped to anchor a tough UDM back line that recorded six shutouts on the year…Took two shots at IPFW…Had a shot on goal in 2-2 tie at Cleveland d State. Prior to Detroit: Was a four-year varsity letter winner for Troy High... Wadhawan and the Colts won the OAA league title and a district championship in 2004, and another district championship as well as a regional crown in 2005... .... Scored five goals in six state tournament games in n 2005...The Colts were district finalists in 2006 and d again in 2007, Wadhawan’s senior season...Led the e team in goals and points as a junior... Played club soccer with the Michigan Gators, captaining the team to a state championship...Five high school teammates have gone on to play college soccer. Personal: Majoring in pre-med...Is the daughter of Arun and Mayuree Wadhawan...Has one sister, Mallika...Born Aug. 23, 1989.

Wadhawan’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2007 19-9 0 0 0 4 1 0 2008 18-6 2 1 5 12 7 0 Career 37-15 2 1 5 16 8 0

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Sophomores #22 Caitlin Clemence 5-3 - Midfielder Lake Orion, MI Lake Orion

#1 Madeline Franko 5-5 - Goalkeeper Dearborn, MI Dearborn

2008 - Freshman: In her first collegiate season, appeared in four games as a reserve…Did not attempt a shot from her midfield position…Earned AD honor roll status after the season. Prior to Detroit: Earned captain status as a senior as well as the U.S. Marines Distinguished Athletes Award…Selected as an OAA Scholar Athlete three times…Tabbed First-Team All-District as a senior… Played her club soccer with the LOBOS, Michigan Gators and Vardar, leading Vardar to the 2007 Premier 2 championship. Personal: Enrolled in the Five-Year Physicians Assistant Program... The daughter of Sharon and Keith Clemence…Has two sisters Kristen and Megan…Her cousin, Ashley Hamilton, was a four-year starter on the UDM women’s golf team and graduated in May of 2008...Born August 22, 1990.

2008 - Freshman: Saw action in one game not allowing a goal in 27:40 minutes of action against IPFW. Prior to Detroit: A four-year letterwinner in field hockey and a three-year starter in goal on the soccer field for the Pioneers…Named team captain as a senior…Tabbed All-City three times and All-Conference as a junior and senior…Finished her career with an 80.23 saves percentage…Also earned academic honors all three years…A two-time All-State performer in field hockey, leading the team in scoring as a junior. Personal: Majoring in biology...The daughter of Tracy and Peter Franko…Has one brother, Peter, and one sister, Lillian...Born June 16, 1990.

Clemence’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2008 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Franko’s Career Stats Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA Svs W-L-T SO 2008 1-0 27:40 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 Career 1-0 27:40 0 0 0 0-0-0 0

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Sophomores #12 Bridget Green 5-8 - Forward Avon Lake, OH Avon Lake

#0 Joanna Hinde 5-4 - Goalkeeper Shelby Township, MI Eisenhower

2008 - Freshman: Appeared in five games, all off the bench, in her rookie season at Detroit…Did not record a shot…Made her collegiate debut against in-state rival Eastern Michigan. Prior to Detroit: Earned five letters in soccer and track at Avon Lake HS...Tallied three goals and an assist on as a senior leading her team to a 9-7-3 mark and a sectional championship...Following her senior season, she was named Academic All-Ohio...Played two years of club soccer with the West Side Stars. Personal: Majoring in nursing...Is the daughter of Mary and Paul Green…Her grandfather, Aloysius Weimer II, graduated from the University of Detroit in 1958, while her great grandfather, Dr. Aloysius Weimer, was an Art Professor at the University…Has one brother, r,, D Dan, an, a an n,, and and tw an two wo si s sisters stter st ers er rs Cl C Claire aire and Monica... Born Bo orrn nA April prill 2 pr 22, 2, 1 2, 199 1990. 990. 99 0.

2008 - Freshman: Started 12 games leading the team with a 6-5-1 mark with four shutouts…Won her first game versus IUPUI preserving a 1-0 victory with five saves…That game started a streak of three consecutive shutouts…She blanked Eastern Michigan at home in double overtime with a season-high 12 saves in a scoreless draw and stopped five shots for a 2-0 victory at Madonna…She was named Horizon League Player of the Week after those outings as she totaled 17 saves and 200 scoreless minutes in net… Took a tough 1-0 defeat at UC Irvine ending the game with seven saves... The game also ended a streak of 385:51 scoreless minutes in goal …Had her fourth shutout of the year turning away five shots in a 4-0 win over Cleveland State…Had eight saves in her final appearance of the season in a Titan 2-1 edging against Valparaiso…Earned AD honor roll status. Prior to Detroit: Lettered for three years in goal for Eisenhower HS...A three-time AllDistrict performer who was named Team MVP as a junior…Tabbed All-County and All-State as a senior after leading the Eagles to a 21-1-1 mark and a conference, district and regional championship as well as a Division 1 state semi-finals appearance…Yielded just three goals in a 16-game span as a senior, ending the season with 16 shutouts in 20 games. Personal: Majoring in bio-chemistry...Is the daughter of Debra and William Hinde…Has one sister, Rachel (10)...Born Feb. 3, 1990.

Clemence’s C Cl ’ Career C Stats St t Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2008 5-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 5-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Hinde’s Career Stats Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA Svs W-L-T SO 2008 12-12 1100 19 1.55 63 6-5-1 4 Career 12-12 1100 19 1.55 63 6-5-1 4

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Sophomores #3 Alyssa Korson 5-4 - Defender Suttons Bay, MI Lake Leelanau St. Mary’s

#7 Rebecca Pidgeon 5-7 - Defender Ann Arbor, MI Huron

2008 - Freshman: A young standout defender who started all 18 games as a freshman…Attempted 10 shots on the year with six on goal coming away with one marker…That score came at Youngstown State and it proved to be the game winner as she took a feed from rookie teammate Lauren Roffey and put it past the keeper with 3:35 left in the contest for a 2-1 triumph. Prior to Detroit: Lettered for three years in soccer and basketball and four years in track...Led the Norsemen to a d district st ct a and d regional eg o a c championship a p o s p as well as a state semi-finals appearance as a senior…A threetime First-Team All-District and A All ll Region honoree… … Also earned Second Team All-State as a senior and Third Team All-State as a junior…A member of the National Honor Society holding the position of Vice President as s a junior. Personal: Enrolled in the Five-Year Physician Assistant program... The daughter of Mary Ann and Don Korson…Has three brothers Kyle, Colin and Layton... Born March 15, 1990.

2008 - Freshman: Primarily came off the bench in her rookie season appearing in all 18 contests earning three starts…Her first career start came on the west coast at UC Irvine…All five of her shots were on goal and came in a four-game span in the middle of the year…Was named to the Athletic Director’s honor roll following the season. Prior to Detroit: A three-time All-District First Team honoree... Named team MVP as a senior after leading the River Rats to a conference, regional and state championship... Also named dA All All-Conference, ll-C -C Con o fe ere enc nce, ce,, All A All-Region Region Reg gion and an Honorable Mention All-State performer as a senior… Claimed All-Area Third Team accolades as a junior and Second Team as a senior…Played club b soccer with the Ann Arbor Arsenal, l,, leading them to a pair of semifinal state cup appearances. Personal: Majoring in nursing... The daughter of Betsy, y,, a graduate of Mercy College, and Bill Pidgeon… Has two sisters, Megan and Carrie,, and a twin brotherr Michael who also attends UDM... Born Sept. 7, 1990.

Korson’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2008 18-18 1 0 2 10 6 1 Career 18-18 1 0 2 10 6 1

Pidgeon’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2008 18-3 0 0 0 5 5 0 Career 18-3 0 0 0 5 5 0

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2009 UDM Women’s Soccer


Sophomores #13 Lauren Roffey 5-7 - Midfielder West Bloomfield, MI West Bloomfield 2008 - Freshman: An immediate contributor as a freshman, Roffey started all 18 games finishing the year with a goal and an assist…Took only seven shots, but four were on goal…Assisted on the game-winning score in a Titan 2-1 come from behind effort at Youngstown State for her first collegiate point…Tallied her first career goal in another UDM come from behind win adding the contest decider in a 2-1 victory against Valparaiso…Attempted a season-high three shots versus IPFW…A member of the AD’s honor roll. Prior to Detroit: Earned four letters in soccer and two in cross country...Named OAA Scholar Athlete all four years...Also tabbed OAA All-League as a sophomore and junior and an Honorable Mention AllState performer as a junior…A member of the National Honor Society and the Medical Mentorship program… Played her club soccer with Vardar, leading the team to a Midwest Regional Championship and a State Cup semifinals appearance. Personal: Majoring in nursing...The daughter of Nicolene and Chris Roffey…Has a sister Michele, a junior on the Western Michigan soccer team, and a brother Matthew...Born April 3, 1990.

Roffey’s Year GP-GS G 2008 18-18 1 Career 18-3 1

Career Stats A Pts. Sh SOG GW 1 3 7 4 1 1 3 7 4 1

#8 Alexandra Suschak 5-7 - Defender Brecksville, OH Brecksville 2008 - Freshman: Named to the Horizon League’s All-Newcomer Team after starting every contest as a member of the strong UDM defense…Totaled three points for the Titans ans wh while hil ile e he h help helping elp ping ing De in D Detroit’s etr troi oit’ ts b ba backline ack ackli ck kli line ne ne record six shutouts ts s during the regularr season…Her first career point was on an assist to her err twin sister, Alison,, and was the gameewinning goal in Detroit’s 2-0 win over Madonna… She netted her first career goal in n UDM’s 4-0 triumph ph h over Cleveland State… Received the Coaches Award at the end of the season at the annual soccerr banquet and was also named to the e Athletic Director’s h honor roll. ll Prior to Detroit: Earned four letters in soccer at Brecksville HS in Ohio... Named Team MVP and a First-Team All-Conference honoree as a senior... Also received GCSSCA All-Cleveland Honorable Mention accolades as a senior… As a junior, she was tabbed Second-Team All-Conference as well as the team’s Defensive MVP…Led the Bees to the Southwest Conference Championship as a junior and two state cup semi-final runs as a junior and senior. Personal: Undecided on a major... The daughter of Barbara and John Suschak…Has three brothers John (22), Matt (19), and Paul (16) as well as her twin sister and current Titan forward Alison… Born Feb. 13, 1990.

Suschak’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2008 18-18 1 1 3 8 5 0 Career 18-18 1 1 3 8 5 0

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Sophomore/Freshmen #19 Alison Suschak 5-6 - Forward Brecksville, OH Brecksville 2008: Freshman: A rookie who appeared in 17 games, including 16 starts, up front for UDM…Fourth on the team with six points on four assists, which tied her for second, and a goal…Got off 14 shots with five on goal…Made an immediate impact in her first collegiate game assisting on Emily Kiely’s goal, the first Detroit score of the season…Posted her first career goal which proved to be the game winner at Madonna… Also had helpers at Youngstown State and versus Butler and IPFW…A member of the AD’s honor roll. Prior to Detroit: Helped Brecksville to the Southwest Conference Championship as a senior and two state semi-finals appearances... Earned NSCAA/adidas AllRegion, OSSCA Second Team All-State and All-SWC accolades as a senior...Named GCSSCA All-Cleveland and SWC Honorable Mention honors as a junior…Also tabbed adidas National Showcase MVP as a jjunior… unior… Ended her HS career with 33 goals and 16 assists. Personal: Majoring in architecture..... The daughter of Barbara and d John Suschak… … Has three brothers John (22), Matt (19), and Paul (16) as well as s her twin sister and current Titan defenderr Alexandra… Born Feb. 13, 1990.

Suschak’s Career Stats Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh SOG GW 2008 17-16 1 4 6 14 5 1 Career 17-16 1 4 6 14 5 1

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#5 Nina Carter 5-7 - Forward Clinton Twp., MI Chippewa Valley Prior to Detroit: Earned four letters in soccer and track and field...Named All-District in soccer from 2006-08...Team won the MAC Red division in 2009... Played three years of club with the Michigan Gators and three years with Vardar..Won 2006 Vardar Cup and was a 2006 Michigan State Cup quarterfinalist... Personal: Undecided on major...The daughter of Lisa Wiegand and Nick Carter...Has one sister, Olivia (15)... Born April 25, 1991 in Grosse Pointe, MI.

#16 Rebekah Dornbos 5-5 - Defender/Midfielder Midland, MI Midland

Prior to Detroit: Earned four varsity soccer letters at Midland under head coach Dick Campbell…Named AllSaginaw Valley four times, All-District three times, as well as third-team All-State once and second-team AllState twice…Spent five years playing with the Vardar Soccer Club, winning three division championships. Personal: Majoring in education…Daughter of Jim and Robin Dornbos…Has a brother, RJ (22), and sister, Rachel (20)…Born July 24, 1991 in Midland, MI.

#18 Sarah Dzuris 5-6 - Defender Rochester Hills, MI Rochester

Prior to Detroit: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Rochester High School…Won OAA Division I in her sophomore and junior years, advancing to the regional finals in 2006 and the state finals in 2007…Named team captain as a senior and earned All-League and All-District honors…Played three years for the Vardar Red Soccer Club, winning the Division II Championship in 2008. Personal: Undecided on major…Daughter of Liz and Dave Dzuris…Has a brother, Brian (20), and stepbrother and stepsister, Carson (20) and Abbey (18)…Born July 10, 1991 in Pontiac, MI.

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Freshmen #17 Danielle Goszczynski 5-4 - Midfielder/Forward Harrison Twp. MI L’Anse Creuse Prior to Detroit: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at L’Anse Creuse High School…Was named team offensive MVP as a freshman…Earned All-Conference honors three times and was named first-team AllDistrict in 2008 after scoring 27 goals and tallying seven assists, and again in 2009…Played for the Michigan Gators FC soccer club from 2004-05 and then the NMSC from 2006-09. Personal: Majoring in pre-med…Daughter of Claudia and Daniel Goszczynski…Has brothers Chevon (23) and Derek (16)…Born December 31, 1991 in Detroit, MI.

#15 Janae Paveglio 5-6 - Forward/Midfielder Flushing, MI Flushing Prior To Detroit: Earned four varsity letters in soccer and basketball…Left Flushing HS second in school history with 53 goals and 136 points and fourth with 30 assists…Tabbed third team All-State as a junior and senior leading her team to two Division 1 district championships as well as a state quarter-finals appearance in 2009…Voted team captain and best offensive player as a sophomore, junior and senior as well as team MVP in her final season…Also selected to the All-Big Nine Conference first team three times. Personal: Enrolled in the physician’s assistant program …The daughter of Stacie and Thomas Paveglio…Her dad wrestled at Ferris State and was a Division II All-American as well as an Academic AllAmerican…Has two younger siblings Trent (15) and Maria (6)… Born on January 14, 1991.

#11 Mary Leone 5-3 - Defender St. Clair Shores, MI Lakeview Prior To Detroit: A four-year starter in soccer who scored 54 goals and handed out 36 assists in her career… Earned All-State second team honors in 2009… Named All-Region first team as a sophomore, junior and senior as well as All-State honorable mention as a sophomore and junior and All-County, All-Conference, All-District and All-Academic first team all four years… Took home Macomb Area Conference (MAC) Blue MVP accolades as a junior after notching 13 goals and 10 assists…Led her team to two district championships, earning district MVP honors as a senior in the process… Also lettered for four years in track and cross country. Personal: A nursing major…The daughter of Rose and Nick Leone…Has an older sister Gina (21) and younger brother Michael (14)…Her uncle played football for the Titans…Born on July 12, 1991

#23 Lindsey Saunders 5-7 - Midfielder Pasadena, MD/ Northeast Prior to Detroit: Four year varsity letterwinner in lacrosse and soccer… Ended each season first among teammates in scoring in soccer, while leading the Eagles in points for three years in lacrosse…In soccer, earned All-County second team honors in 2005-07 and first team honors senior season… Served as team captain junior and senior years… Tabbed as Capitol Gazette Athlete of the Week in 2008… Garnered AllMaryland Honorable Mention Honors senior season… Also played basketball for two years…Member of the National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society and Varsity Club…Plans to also play for the Titans lacrosse team in the spring. Personal: Undecided on major...Is the daughter of Wanda and Donald Saunders…Has two sisters, Lauren (20) and DJ (16)...Born on February 12, 1991.

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2008 Review Record: All Games Conference Non-Conference

OVERALL 8-9-1 4-4-0 4-5-1

Game-By-Game Results Date Opponent Aug. 22 Central Michigan Aug. 25 IUPUI Sept. 02 Eastern Michigan Sept. 05 at Madonna Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept.

12 17 19 26

at at at at

Result L, 3-1 W, 1-0 T, 0-O W, 2-0

UC Irvine L, 0-1 Michigan State L, 5-1 Bowling Green L, 4-0 Youngstown State* W, 2-1

HOME 4-3-1 2-2-0 2-1-1 Att. 130 37 83 62 183 165 166 112

Sept. 29 at Oakland

W, 2-1

183

Oct. 03

Cleveland State*

W, 4-0

101

Oct. 05

Butler*

L, 3-2

109

Oct. 10

Valparaiso*

W, 2-1

109

Oct. 14

IPFW

W, 3-0

77

Oct 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Nov. 02

at Wright State* Loyola at #18 Milwaukee* at Green Bay* at Butler*%

W, 1-0 (ot) 268 L, 2-0 83 L, 3-0 443 L, 2-1 103 L, 6-1 205 2 05 5

AWAY 4-6-0 2-2-0 2-4-0

NEUTRAL 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

UDM Goals scored (Assists) Emily Kiely (Alison Suschak) Selena Stanski (Lauren Moss, Emily Kiely Alison Suschak (Alexandra Suschak Suschak)) Selena Stanski (unassisted) Selena Stanski (penalty kick) Nicole Gipson ((Alison Alison Suschak Suschak,, Selena Stanski Stanski)) Alyssa Korson (Melanie Slusher, Lauren Roffey) Trina Kochanski (unassisted) Melanie Slusher (Emily Kiely) Kiely) Trina Kochanski ( (Selena Selena Stanski) Stanski) Archana Wadhawan (Emily Kiely Kiely) ) Emily Kiely (Selena Stanski) Stanski) Alexandra Suschak ( (Archana Archana Wadhawan, Wadhawan, Selena Stanski) Trina Kochanski (Nicole Gipson) Trina Kochanski ( (Alison Alison Suschak) Suschak) Selena Stanski (unassisted) Lauren Roffey ( (Selena Selena Stanski, Stanski, Emily Kiely Kiely) ) Trina Kochanski ( (Selena Selena Stanski) Stanski) Emily Kiely ( (Trina Trina Kochanski Kochanski) ) Emily Kiely ( (Alison Alison Suschak, Suschak, Selena Stanski) Stanski) Trina Kochanski (unassisted) Melanie Slusher ((Nicole Nicole Gipson Gipson)) Archana Ar A Arch rchan ch hana an a na Wadhawan Wadh Wadh Wa dhaw dhaw awan wa an n

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2009 UDM Women’s Soccer


2008 Review Scoring Totals ## Name GP-GS 10 Selena Stanski 17-17 14 Trina Kochanski 18-18 15 Emily Kiely 18-18 19 Alison Suschak 17-16 11 Archana Wadhawan 18-6 18 Melanie Slusher 18-18 2 Nicole Gipson 17-10 8 Alexandra Suschak 18-18 13 Lauren Roffey 18-18 3 Alyssa Korson 18-18 17 Lauren Moss 9-5 23 Rebecca Pidgeon 18-3 4 Gloria Soyad 12-0 21 Alauna Pierce 16-13 22 Caitlin Clemence 4-0 16 Shelley Marick 2-2 12 Bridget Green 5-0 9 Ashley Ostrowski 3-0 Total 18 Opponents 18 Goalkeeping Totals ## Name 00 Madeline Franko 0 Joanna Hinde 1 Katie Fortenberry TM Team UDM Totals Opponents

G 4 6 4 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 32

A Pts. Sh Sh% SOG SOG% YC-RC GWG PK-Att 8 16 24 .167 10 .417 2-0 1 1-1 1 13 15 .400 11 .733 0-0 3 0-0 4 12 33 .121 16 .485 3-0 0 0-0 4 6 14 .071 5 .357 0-0 1 0-0 1 5 12 .167 7 .583 0-0 0 0-0 1 5 10 .200 6 .600 0-0 1 0-0 2 4 13 .077 5 .385 0-0 0 0-0 1 3 8 .125 5 .625 1-0 0 0-0 1 3 7 .143 4 .571 0-0 1 0-0 0 2 10 .100 6 .600 0-0 1 0-0 2 2 4 .000 3 .750 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 5 .000 5 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0-0 0 0-0 25 71 158 .146 85 .538 7-0 8 1-1 31 95 264 .121 128 .485 3-0 9 1-1

Goal GP-GS Min. 1-0 27:40 12-12 1100:00 6-6 524:02 -0.00 18 1651:42 18 1651:42

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Penalty Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards

DET 23-158 1.28 .146 85-158 .538 8.8 25 23 1 5 1 1.25 49 1-1 7 0

Average Saves Record Shots GA Avg. Saves Pct. W-L-T Sho Faced 0 0.00 0 . 000 0-0-0 0.0 0 19 1.55 63 .768 6-5-1 4.0 175 13 2.23 31 .705 2-4-0 1.0 88 0 0.00 2 1.000 0-0-0 1.0 0 32 1.74 96 .750 8-9-1 6.0 263 23 1.25 62 .729 9-8-1 5 157 TEAM GAME HIGHS OPP Points 13 vs. Cleveland State (Oct. 03) Goals 4 vs. Cleveland State (Oct. 03) 32-264 Assists 5 vs. Cleveland State (Oct. 03) 1.78 Shots 22 vs. IPFW (Oct. 14) .121 SOG 11 at Madonna (Sept. 05) 128-264 Saves 12 vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 02) .485 Corner Kicks 8 at Oakland (Sept. 29) 14.7 8 at Youngstown State (Sep 26) 31 Fouls 16 vs. Cleveland State (Oct. 03) 32 INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS 1 Points 4 Emily Kiely vs IPFW (Oct. 14) 9 4 Trina Kochanski vs Butler (Oct. 05) 0 Goals 2 Emily Kiely vs IPFW (Oct. 14) 1.74 2 Trina Kochanski vs Butler (Oct. 05) 70 Assists 3 Selena Stanski vs Clev. St. (Oct. 03) 1-1 Shots 5 Nicole Gipson vs Loyola (Oct. 19) 5 Emily Kiely vs IPFW (Oct. 14) 3 SOG 4 Melanie Slusher at Green Bay (Oct 26) 0 4 Trina Kochanski vs Butler (Oct. 05) Saves 12 Joanna Hinde vs EMU (Sept. 02)

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Career Records

Cindy Fix was one of the original Titans when the program began in 1993. She played in the first four seasons in UDM history and still holds the school record for points and goals. Goals 1. 54 - Cindy Fix - 1993-96 2. 53 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1998-01 3. 47 - Mary Parker - 2003-06 4. 39 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995-98 5. 34 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993-96 6. 26 - Claire Wilson - 1993-96 7. 23 - Judith Atwood - 2001-04 8. 22 - Nichola Pierfelice - 1994-97 9. 21 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999-02 10.15 - Miriam Cavanaugh - 1993-96 Assists 1. 43 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995-98 2. 42 - Cindy Fix - 1993-96 3. 40 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993-96 4. 31 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999-02 5. 24 - Claire Wilson - 1993-96 6. 23 - Mandi Jasky - 2001-04 7. 17 - Mary Parker - 2003-06 8. 14 - Miriam Cavanaugh - 1993-96 9. 13 - Debbie Messing - 1993-94 10. 12 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1998-01

Points 1. 150 - Cindy Fix - 1993-96 2. 121 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995-98 3. 118 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1998-01 4. 111 - Mary Parker - 2003-06 5. 108 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993-96 6. 76 - Claire Wilson - 1993-96 7. 73 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999-02 8. 55 - Nichola Pierfelice - 1994-97 9. 53 - Judith Atwood - 2001-04 10. 44 - Miriam Cavanaugh - 1993-96

Saves 1. 429 - Alisson Dube - 2001-04 2. 314 - Katie Fortenberry – 2005-08 3. 289 - Nikki Thomas - 1993-96 4. 230 - Erika Rust - 1997-00 5. 191 - Kristi Elliott - 1997-99 6. 98 - Erika Freiburger - 1993-94 7. 62 - Joanna Hinde - 2008-pre. 8. 46 - Jori Welchans - 1993 9. 4 - Genevieve Young - 1997-00 10. 2 - Danielle Wiley - 1994

Goals Per Game 1. 0.71 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1998-01 2. 0.69 - Cindy Fix - 1993-96 3. 0.57 - Mary Parker - 2003-06 4. 0.51 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995-98 5. 0.44 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993-96 6. 0.33 - Claire Wilson - 1993-96 7. 0.32 - Debbie Messing - 1993-94 8. 0.30 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999-02 9. 0.29 - Judith Atwood - 2001-04 10. 0.28 - Nichola Pierfelice - 1994-97

Saves Per Game 1. 5.56 - Nikki Thomas - 1993-96 2. 5.48 - Erika Rust - 1997-00 3. 5.25 - Joanna Hinde - 2008-pre. 4. 5.23 - Alisson Dube - 2001-04 5. 5.16 - Kristi Elliott - 1997-99 6. 4.80 - Katie Fortenberry - 2005-08 7. 4.18 - Jori Welchans - 1993 8. 2.65 - Erika Freiburger - 1993-94

Assists Per Game 1. 0.56 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995-98 2. 0.54 - Cindy Fix - 1993-96 3. 0.53 - Jody Handley - 1997 4. 0.52 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993-96 5. 0.44 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999-02 6. 0.35 - Debbie Messing - 1993-94 7. 0.31 - Claire Wilson - 1993-96 8. 0.28 - Mandi Jasky - 2001-04 9. 0.24 - Francine DesLauries - 1993 9. 0.24 - Selena Stanski - 2007-pre. Points Per Game 1. 1.92 - Cindy Fix - 1993-96 2. 1.57 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1998-01 3. 1.57 - Monica Kaltreider- 1995-98 4. 1.40 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993-96 5. 1.34 - Mary Parker - 2003-06 6. 1.04 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999-02 7. 1.00 - Debbie Messing - 1993-94 8. 0.97 - Claire Wilson - 1993-96 9. 0.95 - Jody Handley - 1997 10. 0.77 - Shelly Piccirillo - 2004

Goals Against Average 1. 1.34 - Katie Fortenberry – 2005-08 2. 1.40 - Nikki Thomas - 1993-96 3. 1.42 - Alisson Dube - 2001-04 4. 1.55 - Joanna Hinde - 2008-pre. 5. 1.61 - Kristi Elliott - 1997-99 6. 2.69 - Erika Freiberger - 1993-94 7. 3.71 - Erika Rust - 1997-00 Wins 1. 38 - Alisson Dube - 2001-04 2. 26 - Katie Fortenberry – 2005-08 3. 23 - Nikki Thomas - 1993-96 4. 18 - Erika Rust - 1997-00 5. 13 - Kristi Elliott - 1997-99 6. 9 - Erika Freiberger - 1993-94 7. 6 - Joanna Hinde - 2008-pre. 7. 6 - Jori Welchans - 1993 9. 2 - Danielle Wiley - 1994 Shutouts 1. 23 - Alisson Dube - 2001-04 2. 23 - Katie Fortenberry - 2005-08 3. 12 - Nikki Thomas - 1993-96 4. 10 - Kristi Elliott - 1997-99 5. 4 - Joanna Hinde - 2008-pre. 6. 3 - Jori Welchans - 1993 Bold Indicates Active Player

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Season Records Goals 1. 20 2. 18 3. 17 4. 16 4. 16 6. 13 6. 13 6. 13 9. 12 9. 12 9. 12 -

Cindy Fix - 1993 Monica Kaltreider - 1996 Mary Parker - 2006 Mary Parker - 2004 Gwen Kilfoy - 1999 Cindy Fix - 1994 Gwen Kilfoy - 2001 Leslie-ann Graham - 1993 Gwen Kilfoy - 2000 Cindy Fix - 1995 Gwen Kilfoy - 1998

Assists 1. 14 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995 1. 14 - Cindy Fix - 1993 3. 13 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1996 3. 13 - Cindy Fix - 1996 5. 11 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993 5. 11 - Mandi Jasky - 2004 5. 11 - Monica Kaltreider - 1997 8. 10 - Jody Handley - 1997 8. 10 - Tanya Tiselj - 1999 10. 9 - Monica Kaltreider - 1998 Points 1. 54 - Cindy Fix - 1993 2. 45 - Monica Kaltreider - 1996 3. 40 - Mary Parker - 2006 4. 37 - Mary Parker - 2004 4. 37 - Leslie-ann Graham- 1993 6. 34 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1999 7. 33 - Cindy Fix- 1994 8. 32 - Cindy Fix - 1995 9. 31 - Cindy Fix - 1996 10. 30 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995 Goals Per Game 1. 1.11 - Cindy Fix - 1993 2. 0.89 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1999 3. 0.81 - Mary Parker - 2006 4. 0.86 - Monica Kaltreider - 1996 5. 0.72 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993 6. 0.70 - Mary Parker - 2004 7. 0.68 - Cindy Fix - 1994 8. 0.68 - Gwen Kilfoy - 2001 9. 0.63 - Gwen Kilfoy - 2000 9. 0.63 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1998 Assists Per Game 1. 0.78 - Cindy Fix - 1993 2. 0.70 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995 3. 0.62 - Cindy Fix - 1996 3. 0.62 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1996 5. 0.61 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993

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Monica Kaltreider - 1997 97 Tanya Tiselj - 2002 Monica Kaltreider - 1998 98 8 Tanya Tiselj - 1999 Jody Handley - 1997

Points Per Game 1. 3.00 - Cindy Fix - 1993 2. 2.14 - Monica Kaltreider - 1996 96 3. 2.06 - Leslie-ann Graham - 1993 93 4. 1.90 - Mary Parker - 2006 5. 1.89 - Gwen Kilfoy - 1999 6. 1.74 - Cindy Fix - 1994 7. 1.61 - Mary Parker - 2004 8. 1.60 - Cindy Fix - 1995 9. 1.53 - Gwen Kilfoy - 2001 10. 1.50 - Monica Kaltreider - 1995 95 5 Saves 1. 142 - Alisson Dube - 2004 2. 141 - Nikki Thomas - 1996 3. 102 - Nikki Thomas - 1995 4. 100 - Alisson Dube - 2003 5. 99 - Katie Fortenberry - 2006 6. 98 - Erika Freiberger - 1994 7. 95 - Katie Fortenberry - 2007 8. 94 - Alisson Dube - 2001 9. 93 - Alisson Dube - 2002 10. 90 - Erika Rust - 2000 Wins 1. 15 - Nikki Thomas - 1995 2. 14 - Alisson Dube - 2004 3. 10 - Erika Rust - 2000 3. 10 - Katie Fortenberry - 2005 3. 10 - Katie Fortenberry - 2006 6. 9 - Erika Freiberger - 1994 6. 9 - Alisson Dube - 2003 8. 8 - Alisson Dube - 2001 9. 8 - Kristi Elliott - 1997 10. 7 - Alisson Dube - 2002 Single Game Records Individual Goals: 5 - Mary Parker vs. Cleve. St., 10-8-04 Assists: 4 - Leslie-ann Graham vs. Loyola, 10-13-96 Saves: 26 - Erika Rust at Notre Dame, 8-27-00 Points: 12 - Mary Parker vs. Cleve. St., 10-8-04

Leslie-ann Graham is atop the school record books in a number of catorgories, including fifth in school history with 108 points. Team Goals: 13 - vs. Cleve. St., 10-8-04 Opp. Goals: 7 - Xavier, 9-28-94 Shots: 63 - vs. Albion, 9-22-93 Corner Kicks: 16 - vs. Valpo, 10-11-94 Most Goals in First Half: 8 - vs. Cleveland. State., 10-8-04 Most Goals in Second Half: 7 - at Georgetown, 9-14-93 Season Records – Team Wins: 15 - 1996 and 1995 Losses: 13 - 1999 and 1998 Ties: 5 - 2002 & 2005 Goals: 74 - 1993 Assists: 63 - 1996 Points: 206 - 1993 Shots on Goal: 422 - 1993 Corner Kicks: 100 - 2004 Saves: 142 - 2004 GAA: 1.00 – 2005 and 2006 Shutouts: 9 - 2005 Fewest Goals Allowed: 20 - 2005 Most Goals Allowed: 51 - 1994

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Yearly Leaders Goals 1993 Cindy Fix..................... 20 1994 Cindy Fix..................... 13 1995 Cindy Fix..................... 12 1996 Monica Kaltreider ......... 18 1997 Monica Kaltreider ........... 7 1998 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 12 1999 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 16 2000 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 12 2001 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 13 2002 Judith Atwood .............. 11 2003 Judith Atwood ................ 5 2004 Mary Parker ................. 16 2005 Mary Parker ................. 10 2006 Mary Parker ................. 17 2007 Trina Kochanski .......... 6 2008 Trina Kochanski .......... 6

Shots 1993 Cindy Fix..................... 65 1994 Cindy Fix..................... 49 1995 Monica Kaltreider ......... 62 1996 Monica Kaltreider ......... 83 1997 Monica Kaltreider ......... 53 1998 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 35 1999 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 90 2000 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 53 2001 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 56 2002 Judith Atwood .............. 55 2003 Judith Atwood .............. 48 2004 Mary Parker ................. 70 2005 Mary Parker ................. 66 2006 Mary Parker ................ ................113 113 2007 Trina Kochanski, Emily Kiely ..26 26 2008 Emily Kiely .................. 33

Goals Against Average 1993 Jori Welchans ............ ............1.12 1.12 1994 Erika Freiburger ......... .........2.69 2.69 1995 Nikki Thomas ............. .............1.16 1.16 1996 Nikki Thomas ............. .............1.53 1.53 1997 Kristi Elliott ............... ...............1.34 1.34 1998 Kristi Elliott ............... ...............2.12 2.12 1999 Erika Rust ................. .................2.50 2.50 2000 Erika Rust ................. .................1.59 1.59 2001 Alisson Dube ............. .............1.89 1.89 2002 Alisson Dube ............. .............1.29 1.29 2003 Alisson Dube ............. .............1.28 1.28 2004 Alisson Dube ............. .............1.28 1.28 2005 Katie Fortenberry ....... .......1.00 1.00 2006 Katie Fortenberry ....... .......0.99 0.99 2007 Katie Fortenberry ....... .......1.70 1.70 2008 Joanna Hinde ......... 1.55

Assists 1993 Cindy Fix..................... 14 1994 Cindy Fix....................... 7 1995 Monica Kaltreider ......... 14 1996 Cindy Fix, Leslie-ann Graham . 13 1997 Monica Kaltreider ......... 11 1998 Monica Kaltreider ........... 9 1999 Tanya Tiselj ................. 10 2000 Tanya Tiselj ................... 7 2001 Tanya Tiselj ................... 5 2002 Tanya Tiselj ................... 9 2003 Mandi Jasky................... 6 2004 Mandi Jasky................. 11 2005 Nicole Gipson, Liz Hardy, Lauren Moss, Mary Parker, Rachel Stesney Stesney... ... 4 2006 Mary Parker, Megan Canty . 6 2007 Emily Kiely .................... 2 2008 Selena Stanski ............ 8

Game Winning Goals 1993 Cindy Fix....................... 4 1994 Cindy Fix....................... 3 1995 Nichola Pierfelice ............ 4 1996 Monica Kaltreider ........... 4 1997 Monica Kaltreider ........... 3 1998 Gwen Kilfoy ................... 3 1999 Gwen Kilfoy ................... 5 2000 Gwen Kilfoy ................... 4 2001 Gwen Kilfoy ................... 3 2002 Judith Atwood ................ 3 2003 Mary Parker ................... 4 2004 Mary Parker ................... 5 2005 Mary Parker ................... 4 2006 Mary Parker ................... 5 2007 Trina Kochanski .......... 3 2008 Trina Kochanski .......... 3

Win/Loss Record 1993 Jori Welchans .......... 6-1-1 1994 Erika Freiburger .......... 8-9 1995 Nikki Thomas ............ 15-5 1996 Nikki Thomas ......... 15-5-1 1997 Kristi Elliott ............. 8-9-1 1998 Erika Rust .................. 3-5 1999 Erika Rust ............. 4-10-0 2000 Erika Rust .................. 9-7 2001 Alisson Dube ............ 8-11 2002 Alisson Dube ........... 7-8-5 2003 Alisson Dube ........... 8-9-1 2004 Alisson Dube ......... 14-8-1 2005 Katie Fortenberry ... 10-4-5 2006 Katie Fortenberry ..... .....10-11 10-11 2007 Katie Fortenberry ... 4-11-4 2008 Joanna Hinde ........ ........6-5-1 6-5-1

Saves 1993 Nikki Thomas, Jori Welchans. 46 1994 Erika Freiburger ........... 98 1995 Nikki Thomas .............. ..............102 102 1996 Nikki Thomas .............. ..............141 141 1997 Kristi Elliott ................. 86 1998 Kristi Elliott ................. 82 1999 Erika Rust ................... 84 2000 Erika Rust ................... 90 2001 Alisson Dube ............... 84 2002 Alisson Dube ............... 93 2003 Alisson Dube ............... 96 2004 Alisson Dube .............. ..............142 142 2005 Katie Fortenberry ......... 89 2006 Katie Fortenberry ......... 99 2007 Katie Fortenberry ......... 95 2008 Joanna Hinde ............ 63

Shutouts 1993 Nikki Thomas, Jori Welchans . 3 1994 Erika Freiburger ............. 2 1995 Nikki Thomas ................. 6 1996 Nikki Thomas ................. 3 1997 Kristi Elliott ................... 8 1998 Kristi Elliott ................... 1 1999 Erika Rust ..................... 2 2000 Erika Rust ..................... 2 2001 Alisson Dube ................. 5 2002 Alisson Dube ................. 6 2003 Alisson Dube ................. 6 2004 Alisson Dube ................. 6 2005 Katie Fortenberry ........... 9 2006 Katie Fortenberry ........... 7 2007 Katie Fortenberry ........... 6 2008 Joanna Hinde .............. 4

Points 1993 Cindy Fix..................... 54 1994 Cindy Fix..................... 33 1995 Cindy Fix..................... 32 1996 Monica Kaltreider ......... 45 1997 Monica Kaltreider ......... 25 1998 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 28 1999 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 34 2000 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 27 2001 Gwen Kilfoy ................. 29 2002 Judith Atwood .............. 22 2003 Judith Atwood, Mary Parker . 10 2004 Mary Parker ................. 37 2005 Mary Parker ................. 24 2006 Mary Parker ................. 40 2007 Trina Kochanski ........ 13 2008 Selena Stanski .......... 16

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Award Winners First-Team All-League Selections Judith Atwood ................... ...................2002 2002 Alisson Dube ..................... .....................2003 2003 Allison Epple ........... ...........2002, 2002, 2003, ........................... ...........................2004, 2004, 2005 Leslie-ann Graham ... ...1993, 1993, 1996 Jody Handley .................... ....................1997 1997 Monica Kaldtreider .. ..1996, 1996, 1997, .................................... ....................................1998 1998 Gwen Kilfoy ............ ............1998, 1998, 1999, ........................... ...........................2000, 2000, 2001 Mary Parker ............ ............2003, 2003, 2004, ........................... ...........................2005, 2005, 2006 Nathalee Thompson ........... ...........1996 1996 Tanya Tiselj ..1999, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Second-Team All-League Selections Judith Atwood ................... ...................2003 2003 Kathy Banjavcic................. .................2004 2004 Allie Bullard ............. .............2003, 2003, 2005 Alisson Dube ............ ............2002, 2002, 2004 Cindy Fix ................. .................1994, 1994, 1996 Erika Freiberger ................ ................1993 1993 Katie Fortenberry .............. ..............2007 2007 Jenny Golovska ................. .................2000 2000 Leslie-ann Graham ............ ............1994 1994 Mandi Jasky ...................... ......................2004 2004 Liz Hardy.......................... ..........................2004 2004 Jessica Herdzik..................1999 .................. 1999 Emily Kiely ....................... .......................2008 2008 Danielle McIntyre ............. .............1997 1997 Shelley Marick................... ...................2006 2006 Lauren Moss ..................... .....................2005 2005 Nichola Pierfelice ...... ......1995, 1995, 1997 Melanie Slusher . 2006, 2007, 2008 Jennifer Tanguay ............... ...............1993 1993 Stacey Westbrook .............. ..............2000 2000 All-Newcomer Team Selections Judith Atwood ................... ...................2001 2001 Jessy Barrett .................... ....................2002 2002 Allie Bullard ...................... ......................2003 2003 Andrea DiPace................... ...................2006 2006 Alisson Dube ..................... .....................2001 2001 Allison Epple ..................... .....................2002 2002 Cindy Fix .......................... ..........................1993 1993 Erika Freiberger ................ ................1993 1993 Blair Gilleland ................... ...................2005 2005 Leslie-ann Graham ............ ............1993 1993 Jody Handley .................... ....................1997 1997 Liz Hardy.......................... ..........................2004 2004 Mandi Jasky ...................... ......................2001 2001 Carrie Johnston ................. .................2000 2000 Monica Kaltreider............... ...............1995 1995 Gwen Kilfoy ...................... ......................1998 1998

Sally Koop ........................ ........................2000 2000 Shelley Marick................... ...................2005 2005 Lauren Moss ..................... .....................2005 2005 Mary Parker ...................... ......................2003 2003 Tegan Phillips .................... ....................1998 1998 Alauna Pierce ................ 2007 Alexandra Suschak ........ 2008 Nathalee Thompson ........... ...........1995 1995 Tanya Tiselj ...................... ......................1999 1999 Jenny Whaley ................... ...................2006 2006 All-Tournament Selections Judith Atwood . 2002, 2003, 2004 Kathy Banjavcic................. .................2004 2004 Jessy Barrett .................... ....................2002 2002 Alisson Dube ............ ............2004, 2004, 2003 Allison Epple ..... 2003 MVP, 2004 Katie Fortenberry ..... .....2005, 2005, 2006 Nicole Gipson .................... ....................2005 2005 Leslie-ann Graham ... ...1995, 1995, 1996 Jody Handley .................... ....................1997 1997 Gwen Kilfoy ...................... ......................2001 2001 Danielle McIntyre .............. ..............1996 1996 Shelley Marick.................. 2006 Lauren Moss ..................... .....................2005 2005 Mary Parker .... 2003 MVP, 2004, ........................... ...........................2005, 2005, 2006 Nichola Pierfelice ...... ......1995, 1995, 1996 Nathalee Thompson ........... ...........1997 1997 Anita Tiselj ....................... .......................1995 1995 Tanya Tiselj ............. .............2000, 2000, 2001 Claire Wilson.....................1995 ..................... 1995

Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region Jody Handley . All-Freshman, 1997 Monica Kaltreider. Third Team, 1998 Gwen Kilfoy . All-Freshman, 1998 Tanya Tiselj . All-Freshman, 1999 Mary Parker .... Third Team, 2004 Mary Parker . Second Team, 2005 Mark Parker ..... First Team, 2006 NSCAA/adidas College Women Scholar All-America Mary Parker .... Third Team, 2006 NSCAA/adidas College Women Scholar All-Central Region Mary Parker ..... First Team, 2006 UDM Hall Of Fame Cindy Fix (1993-96) ........... ...........2007 2007

Horizon League Player of the Year Monica Kaltreider............... ...............1998 1998 Mary Parker ............. .............2004, 2004, 2006 Horizon League Newcomer of the Year Jody Handley .................... ....................1997 1997 Horizon League Coach of the Year Mike Lupenec ...... 2000, 2005 CoSIDA Academic All-American Mary Parker ..... First Team, 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Alisson Dube .... First Team, 2003 Mary Parker . Second Team, 2004 Mary Parker ..... First Team, 2005 Allison Epple ... Third Team, 2005 Mary Parker ..... First Team, 2006

Mary Parker was a dominant force during her time at Detroit finishing third in school history with 47 goals. Parker was also named first team All-Horizon League four times, league MVP twice and was presented with the HL’s Cecel N Coleman Medal of Honor as a senior.

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Yearly Results 1993 Record: 11-5-2 (2-2-2 MCC) Date Opponent ................. W/L 9/8 at Indiana ............... ...............L L 3-2 9/11 at La Salle ....... T 2-2 (OT) 9/12 at Swarthmore...... W 12-1 9/18 at Virginia Tech ....... .......W W 4-0 9/19 at Georgetown ....... .......W W 9-0 9/22 Albion ..................W .................. W 12-0 9/25 Adrian ................. .................W W 11-0 9/26 NIU ....................... .......................W W 3-1 10/1 at Loyola ................ ................W W 5-0 10/2 at Valparaiso .......... ..........W W 5-1 10/6 at Michigan State ..... .....L L 3-1 10/8 Evansville Evansville........ ........ T 2-2 (OT) 10/10 at Texas A&M.......... ..........W W 3-2 10/11 at NIU ................... ...................W W 1-0 10/17 at Xavier ................ ................W W 2-1 10/24 Notre Dame Dame............. .............L L 3-0 10/30 at Butler ................. .................L L 1-0 11/4 Butler $ .................. ..................L L 3-0 1994 Record: 10-9-0 (4-2 MCC) 9/3 NIU ....................... .......................W W 5-2 9/5 Green Bay ..............W ..............W 3-1 9/11 at Milwaukee ........... ...........L L 4-3 9/14 at Michigan ............. .............L L 1-0 9/18 La Salle ................. .................W W 2-1 9/21 Michigan State ......... .........L L 3-1 9/25 at Niagara .............. ..............W W 5-0 9/28 Xavier..................... .....................L L 7-2 9/30 Oakland ................. .................W W 4-1 10/2 at Wright St ........... ...........W W 5-0 10/7 at Evansville ........... ...........W W 3-2 10/9 at Louisville ............ ............W W 3-1 10/11 Valparaiso .............. ..............W W 5-1 10/14 at Cincinnati ............ ............L L 5-1 10/16 Loyola .................. ..................W W 4-3 10/19 Butler ..................... .....................L L 3-1 10/23 at Notre Dame ......... .........L L 6-1 10/28 at Dayton ................ ................L L 4-0 11/3 Xavier $ .................. ..................L L 6-2 1995 Record: 15-5-0 (4-2 MCC) 9/2 at Oakland ............. .............W W 4-1 9/5 Cincinnati ............... ...............W W 3-2 9/8 at Michigan State ..... .....L L 4-1 9/13 Wright St ............... ...............W W 1-0 9/18 at Toledo ................ ................W W 2-1 9/22 Green Bay ..............W ..............W 4-0 9/24 at Valparaiso .......... ..........W W 8-1 9/27 Dayton .................. ..................W W 1-0 10/1 at Butler ................. .................L L 1-0 10/4 Michigan ................ ................W W 2-1 10/8 at Minnesota ........... ...........L L 3-1 10/14 Milwaukee .............. ..............W W 3-0

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EMU ...................... ......................W W at Rutgers ............... ...............L L at LaSalle ............... ...............W W at Loyola ................ ................W W at NIU .................... ....................L L Loyola (MCC) .......... ..........W W NIU $ .................... ....................W W Milwaukee $ ........... ...........W W

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1996 Record: 15-5-1 (5-1 MCC) 9/3 at WMU ................. .................W W 2-1 9/6 at Cincinnati ............ ............L L 2-0 9/8 at Xavier ................ ................W W 3-1 9/13 at Wisconsin ............ ............L L 6-2 9/17 Michigan State ........ ........W W 5-2 9/20 Kentucky ........ T 1-1 (OT) 9/22 Butler ..................... .....................L L 3-2 9/24 at EMU .................. ..................W W 2-1 9/27 at Milwaukee .......... ..........W W 2-1 9/29 at Green Bay .......... ..........W W 2-1 10/2 Toledo ................... ...................W W 2-0 10/9 at Wright St ........... ...........W W 1-0 10/11 Marquette .............. ..............W W 4-0 10/13 Loyola ................ ................W W 10-1 10/16 at Dayton ............... ...............W W 2-1 10/20 NIU ....................... .......................W W 4-1 10/25 Buffalo................... ...................W W 4-0 10/31 at Michigan ............. .............L L 4-2 11/7 Loyola $ ................. .................W W 7-1 11/8 NIU$ ..................... .....................W W 2-1 11/10 Butler $ .................. ..................L L 3-1 1997 Record: 9-9-1 (3-1-1 MCC) 8/29 Green Bay ..............W ..............W 5-0 9/5 vs. Wash. St. .......... ..........W W 4-0 9/7 vs. Cincinnati........... ...........L L 2-1 9/12 Dayton* ......... L 1-0 (OT) 9/14 at Michigan State ..... .....L L 2-0 9/16 EMU ...................... ......................L L 2-1 9/21 at Loyola ................ ................W W 5-0 9/24 WMU ..................... .....................W W 3-0 9/26 Oakland .................. ..................L L 2-0 9/28 Western Illinois ....... .......W W 9-1 10/3 at Kentucky ............. .............L L 4-0 10/5 at Miami (OH) ......... .........W W 4-1 10/14 Wright St. ...... T 0-0 (OT) 10/17 at Butler ................ ................W W 1-0 10/19 Milwaukee ............... ...............L L 1-0 10/22 Michigan ................. .................L L 6-0 10/24 at Florida Atlantic .... ....W W 5-0 10/26 FIU ....................... .......................W W 3-0 11/6 Butler $ .................. ..................L L 3-1

1998 Record: 6-13-0 (3-2 MCC) 9/4 at WMU .................. ..................L L 2-1 9/6 at Wright St ........... ...........W W 2-0 9/8 Loyola .................... ....................L L 3-2 9/11 at Evansville ............ ............L L 4-2 9/13 at Michigan ............. .............L L 3-1 9/16 St. Bonaventure .. W 3-2 (OT) 9/18 at St. Joseph’s L 2-1 (OT) 9/20 at Fordham ............. .............L L 2-1 9/23 at EMU ................... ...................L L 1-0 10/6 at Oakland .............. ..............L L 4-1 10/9 at Green Bay ........... ...........L L 4-3 10/11 at Milwaukee .......... ..........W W 4-2 10/16 at Florida Atlantic ..... .....L L 5-1 10/18 at Lynn Univ. ........... ...........L L 4-1 10/21 CMU ...................... ......................W W 2-1 10/25 at Ohio State ........... ...........L L 4-0 10/27 Bowling Green ........ ........W W 6-4 10/31 Butler .................... ....................W W 2-1 11/4 Butler $ .................. ..................L L 6-0 1999 Record: 6-13-0 (2-3 MCC) 9/3 at CMU ................... ...................L L 3-1 9/5 Michigan State ......... .........L L 2-1 9/10 at Buffalo ................ ................L L 5-1 9/12 at St. Bonaventure .. ..L L 2-1 9/15 at Toledo ................. .................L L 4-0 9/18 at Loyola ................ ................W W 4-1 9/19 vs. St. Peter’s . W 4-3 (OT) 9/21 Ohio State....... L 3-2 (OT) 9/24 at Butler ................. .................L L 1-0 9/27 Oakland .................. ..................L L 6-1 10/6 WMU ...................... ......................L L 2-1 10/8 Milwaukee ....... L 2-1 (OT) 10/10 Green Bay ..............W ..............W 4-1 10/17 Wright State ............ ............L L 2-1 10/20 at Bowling Green .... ....W W 6-0 10/27 EMU ...................... ......................W W 2-0 10/29 at UNLV .................. ..................L L 2-1 10/31 vs. Portland St ........ ........W W 1-0 11/4 Loyola $ .................. ..................L L 3-0 2000 8/27 8/30 9/1 9/3 9/6 9/8 9/10 9/18 9/21 9/28 10/1 10/6

Record: 10-9-0 (4-1 MCC) at Notre Dame ......... .........L L 6-0 Toledo ................... ...................W W 3-2 at Michigan State ..... .....L L 3-0 at WMU .................. ..................L L 3-2 Bowling Green ........ ........W W 6-3 at Northwestern ....... .......L L 6-2 vs. Minnesota ......... .........W W 2-1 Kalamazoo ........... ...........W W 7- 1 at Oakland .............. ..............L L 3-0 at Youngstown St .... ....W W 5-1 Butler .................... ....................W W 2-0 at Milwaukee ........... ...........L L 2-0

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at Green Bay .......... ..........W W 5-4 at Wright St ........... ...........W W 3-1 Ashland ........ W 2-1 (OT) at EMU ................... ...................L L 1-0 CMU ....................... .......................L L 3-0 Loyola ................... ...................W W 1-0 at Wright St $ .. L 1-0 (OT)

2001 Record: 8-11-0 (3-3 HL) 8/31 at UTEP ................. .................L L 2-1 9/2 vs. Incarnate Word ... ...L L 4-1 9/5 WMU .................... ....................W W 2-1 9/7 at Loyola ................ ................L L 3-0 9/17 at Michigan ............. .............L L 4-0 9/23 at CMU .................. ..................L L 3-2 10/9 at Wright St ........... T 1-1 10/13 Loyola ................... W 1-0 10/18 at Oakland .............. L 3-0 10/20 at Michigan State ..... L 4-0 10/23 IPFW ..................... W 5-1 10/25 at Youngstown St .... W 5-0 10/27 CMU ...................... T 0-0 11/7 vs. Green Bay $ ...... W 3-0 11/8 vs. Butler $ ............. L 2-0 2003 Record: 9-10-1 (3-3 HL) 9/3 WMU ..................... W 2-1 9/7 Michigan State ......... L 4-0 9/9 at Niagara .............. W 2-0 9/12 Bowling Green ........ W 3-0 9/26 at Toledo ................. L 2-0 9/28 Youngstown St ........ W 3-0 9/30 EMU ...................... W 3-1 10/3 Green Bay .............. W 1-0 10/5 Wright St ................ L 2-1 10/10 Milwaukee ............... L 2-1 10/14 at IPFW .................. L 2-0 10/17 at Loyola ................ W 1-0 10/19 Oakland .................. L 1-0 10/24 at IUPUI .......... T 1-1 (OT) 10/26 at Butler ................. L 5-0 10/31 at Central Florida ..... L 2-0 11/2 at Stetson .............. L 1-0 11/6 vs. Wright St.$ W 2-1 (OT) 11/7 vs. Milwaukee $W 1-0 (OT) 11/9 at Loyola $ .............. L 1-0 2004 8/27 8/29 9/3 9/9 9/10 9/14 9/17

Record: 14-8-1 (6-1 HL) Ball State ............... L 1-0 at CMU ................. W 2-1 at Youngstown St .... W 3-2 at Michigan State ..... L 2-0 vs. IUPUI ......... L 1-0 (OT) at EMU ............ T 2-2 (OT) Niagara.................. W 6-4

9/19 9/23 9/27 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/22 10/24 10/28 10/31 11/4 11/5 11/7 11/12 11/14

Centenary .............. W 6-1 IPFW ..................... W 2-1 at Oakland ....... L 1-0 (OT) Butler .................... W 1-0 Cleveland St ......... W 13-0 Loyola ................... W 2-0 at Wright St ........... W 2-0 at Green Bay .......... W 1-0 at Milwaukee .... L 2-1 (OT) at Loyola Marymount . L 2-0 at Pepperdine .......... L 3-0 vs. Youngstown St. $W 2-1 (OT) vs. Green Bay $ ...... W 3-0 vs. Milwaukee $ ...... W 1-0 vs. Michigan % ....... W 3-2 at #6 Ohio State % . L 3-0

2005 Record: 10-4-5 (5-1-1 HL) 8/26 DePaul .................. W 3-0 8/28 Cal Poly .................. L 3-0 9/2 At Toledo ............... W 1-0 9/6 at IPFW ................. W 2-0 9/13 EMU ................ T 0-0 (OT) 9/16 at Colorado ............. L 3-0 9/18 vs. Denver .............. L 4-2 9/21 at Michigan State . T 2-2 (OT) 9/23 Wright St ......... T 1-1 (OT) 9/30 Green Bay .............. W 2-0 10/3 at Niagara ........ T 2-2 (OT) 10/7 at Cleveland St ....... W 2-1 10/14 at Loyola ................ W 2-1 10/16 Milwaukee ............... L 2-1 10/23 at Bulter ................ W 4-1 10/28 Youngstown St. ....... W 2-0 11/3 vs. Youngstown St.$ W 4-0 11/4 vs. Loyola $............ W 2-1 11/6 vs. Milwaukee $ T 0-0 (OT) 2006 Record: 10-11-0 (4-3 HL) 8/25 at Eastern Kentucky . L 2-0 9/1 at CMU ................... L 1-0 9/5 at EMU ................... L 1-0 9/8 Toledo ................... W 1-0 9/12 at Michigan State ..... L 1-0 9/17 Saginaw Valley ...... W 2-1 9/22 at Hawaii ................ L 2-1 9/24 vs. Cal-Northridge ..L L 2-1 (OT) 9/26 IUPUI ..................... L 1-0 9/29 Cleveland St ........... W 7-0 10/1 Loyola .................... L 1-0 10/4 IPFW ..................... W 2-0 10/8 Butler .................... W 3-2 10/13 at Youngstown St .... W 3-0 10/15 Niagara.................. W 4-2 10/20 at Milwaukee ........... L 1-0

10/22 10/25 10/28 11/3 11/5

at Green Bay .......... W 1-0 at Wright St ..... L 2-1 (OT) Green Bay$ ............ W 1-0 at Milwaukee$ ........ W 1-0 vs. Loyola$.............. L 2-1

2007 Record: 4-11-4 (2-3-3 HL) 9/4 at EMU ................... L 4-0 9/7 at Toledo ................. L 5-1 9/9 Eastern Kentucky ..... L 1-0 9/12 at Michigan State ..... L 3-0 9/14 Niagara .................. L 2-0 9/18 at IPFW ................. W 4-0 9/21 at Montana .............. L 2-1 9/23 vs. Oregon St .. W 1-0 (OT) 9/28 Green Bay ..............W ..............W 2-0 9/30 Milwaukee ....... T 0-0 (OT) 10/2 IUPUI ............. T 0-0 (OT) 10/12 Wright St. ....... T 1-1 (OT) 10/14 Oakland .................. ..................L L 3-1 10/19 at Loyola ................. .................L L 2-0 10/28 Youngstown St. ....... .......W W 4-0 10/26 at Cleveland St T 2-2 (OT) 11/3 at Wright St. $ ......... .........L L 6-0 2008 Record: 8-9-1 (4-4 HL) 8/22 Central Michigan ...... L 3-1 8/25 IUPUI ................... W 1-0 9/2 Eastern Michigan . T 0-0 (OT) 9/5 at Madonna ............ ............W W 2-0 9/12 at UC Irvine ............ ............L L 1-0 9/17 at Michigan State .... ....L L 5-1 9/19 at Bowling Green ..... .....L L 4-0 9/26 at Youngstown State . W 2-1 9/29 at Oakland ............. .............W W 2-1 10/3 Cleveland State ...... ......W W 4-0 10/5 Butler ..................... .....................L L 3-2 10/10 Valparaiso .............. ..............W W 2-1 10/14 IPFW ..................... .....................W W 3-0 10/17 at Wright State ..W W 1-0 (OT) 10/19 Loyola ................... ...................L L 2-0 10/24 at Milwaukee .......... ..........L L 3-0 10/26 at Green Bay .......... ..........L, L, 2-1 11/2 at Butler$ ............... ...............L L 6-1 $ HL Tournament Match % NCAA Tournament Match

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All-Time Series Opponent Record Last Game - Result - H/A Adrian 1-0-0 9/25/93 - W, 11-0 - H Albion 1-0-0 9/22/93 - W, 12-0 - H Ashland 1-0-0 10/15/00 - W, 2-1 (OT) - H Ball State 0-1-0 8/27/04 - L, 1-0 - H Bowling Green 4-2-0 9/19/08 - L, 4-0 - A Buffalo 1-1-0 9/10/99 - L, 5-1 - A Butler 7-15-0 11/2/08 - L, 6-1 - A Cal Poly 0-2-0 8/28/05 - L, 3-0 - H Cal State Northridge 0-1-0 9/24/06 - L, 2-1 (OT) - N Centenary 1-0-0 9/19/04 - W, 6-1 - H Cincinnati 1-3-0 9/7/97 - L, 2-1 - N Central Florida 0-1-0 10/31/03 - L, 2-0 - A Central Michigan 2-5-1 8/22/08 - L, 3-1 - H Cleveland State 4-0-1 10/3/08 - W, 4-0 - H Colorado 0-1-1 9/16/05 - L, 3-0 - A Dayton 2-2-0 9/12/97 - L, 1-0 (OT) - H Denver 0-1-0 9/18/05 - L, 4-2 - N DePaul 1-0-0 8/26/05 - W, 3-0 - H Drake 0-0-1 9/1/02 - T, 1-1 (OT) - N Eastern Michigan 4-6-3 9/2/08 - T, 0-0 - H Eastern Kentucky 0-2-0 9/9/07 - L, 1-0 - H Evansville 1-1-1 9/11/98 - L, 4-2 - A Florida Atlantic 1-1-0 10/24/97 - W, 5-0 - A Florida International 1-0-0 10/26/97 - W, 3-0 - N Fordham 0-1-0 9/20/98 - L, 2-1 - A Georgetown 1-0-0 9/19/93 - W, 9-0 - A Green Bay 16-1-1 10/26/08 - L, 2-1 - A Hawaii 0-1-0 9/22/06 - L, 2-1 - A Incarnate Word 0-1-0 9/2/01 - L, 4-1 - N Indiana 0-1-0 9/8/93 - L, 3-2 - A IPFW 7-1-0 10/14/08 - W, 3-0 - H IUPUI 3-2-1 8/25/08 - W, 1-0 - H Kalamazoo 1-0-0 9/18/00 - W, 7-1 - H Kentucky 0-1-1 10/3/97 - L, 4-0 - A La Salle 2-0-1 10/22/95 - W, 4-1 - A Louisville 1-0-0 10/9/94 - W, 3-1 - A Loyola (IL) 13-8-0 10/19/08 - L, 2-0 - A Loyola Marymount 0-1-0 10/28/04 - L, 2-0 - A Lynn 0-1-0 10/18/98 - L, 4-1 - A

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Opponent Record Last Game - Result - H/A Madonna 1-0-0 9/5/08 - W, 2-0 - A Marquette 1-0-0 10/11/96 - W, 4-0 - H Miami (OH) 1-0-0 10/5/97 - W, 4-1 - A Michigan 2-5-0 11/12/04 - W, 3-2 (NCAA) - N Michigan State 1-13-1 9/17/08 - L, 5-1 - A Milwaukee 7-12-2 10/24/08 - L, 3-0 - A Minnesota 1-1-0 9/10/00 - W, 2-1 - N Montana 0-1-0 9/21/07 - L, 2-1 - A Niagara 5-2-1 9/14/07 - L, 2-0 - H Northern Illinois 6-1-0 11/3/95 - W, 2-1 0 H Northwestern 0-1-0 9/8/00 - L, 6-2 - A Notre Dame 0-3-0 8/27/00 - L, 6-0 - A Oakland 3-9-0 9/29/08 - W, 2-1 - A Ohio State 0-3-0 11/14/04 - L, 3-0 (NCAA) - A Oregon State 1-0-0 9/23/07 - W, 1-0 (OT) - N Pepperdine 0-1-0 10/31/04 - L, 3-0 - A Portland St 1-0-0 10/31/99 - W, 1-0 - N Rutgers 0-1-0 10/20/95 - L, 1-0 - A St. Bonaventure 1-1-0 9/12/99 - L, 2-1 - A St. Joseph’s 0-1-0 9/18/98 - L, 2-1 (OT) - A St. Peter’s 1-0-0 9/19/99 - W, 4-3 (OT) - N Saginaw Valley St. 1-0-0 9/17/06 - W, 2-1 - H Stetson 0-1-0 11/2/03 - L, 1-0 - A Swarthmore 1-0-0 9/12/93 - W, 12-1 - A Texas A&M 1-0-0 10/10/93 - W, 3-2 - A Texas-El Paso 0-1-0 8/31/01 - L, 2-1 - A Toledo 6-3-0 9/7/07 - L, 5-1 - A UC Irvine 0-1-0 9/12/08 - L, 1-0 - A UNLV 0-1-0 10/29/99 - L, 2-1 - A Valparaiso 4-1-0 10/10/08 - W, 2-1 - H Virginia Tech 1-0-0 9/18/93 - W, 4-0 - A Washington State 1-0-0 9/5/97 - W, 4-0 - N Western Illinois 1-0-0 9/28/97 - W, 9-1 - H Western Michigan 5-3-0 9/3/03 - W, 2-1 - H Wisconsin 0-1-0 9/13/93 - L, 6-2 - A Wright State 8-5-4 10/17/08 - W, 1-0 (OT) - A Xavier 2-2-0 11/3/94 - L, 6-2 - A Youngstown St. 11-0-0 9/26/08 - W, 2-1 - A 2009 Opponents In Bold

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Horizon League Entering its 31st season of operation in the 2009-10 academic year, the Horizon League continues to aspire toward its goal of being one of the nation’s leading athletics conferences while being recognized as a leader in the development of student-athletes as leaders and role models. The Horizon League membership features ten public and private institutions that have impressive academic reputations and a storied tradition of broad-based athletic programs. Current membership includes Butler University, Cleveland State University, the University of Detroit Mercy, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Valparaiso University, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of WisconsinMilwaukee, Wright State University and Youngstown State University. The Horizon League’s primary focus is on adding value to the educational experience through its four platforms: athletic performance, academic achievement, community outreach, and personal responsibility and accountability. It is the League’s belief that athletics is a powerful and visible resource tool that can be used to enhance studentathletes’ collegiate experience. The Horizon League’s goals are to enhance the holistic university experience for the student-athlete, to create an affiliation of institutions with similar athletic goals, and to adhere to the principals of integrity, diversity, excellence and growth. The Horizon League sponsors competition in 19 sports – nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and ten for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis and volleyball). The League receives automatic bids to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, and for the first time in League history, women’s golf.

The Horizon League is headquartered in Indianapolis, the “Amateur Sports Capital of the World,” with offices in the Pan American Plaza (201 S. Capitol Avenue), located a block from Lucas Oil Stadium and just minutes from Conseco Fieldhouse, the State Capitol Building, Victory Field (home of the Indianapolis Indians) and the NCAA national office. A PROUD HISTORY Founded on June 16, 1979, as the Midwestern City Conference with six charter members, the League changed its name to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1985 and added women’s sports for the 1986-87 academic year. Charter members of the conference included current members Butler and Loyola as well as the University of Evansville, Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University and Xavier University. Among other current members, Detroit joined in 1980, and Cleveland State, UIC, Green Bay, Milwaukee and Wright State came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern Illinois University) in the largest non-merger conference expansion in history. Youngstown State joining in 2001 and Valparaiso in 2007. On June 4, 2001, the Horizon League unveiled its current name and ushered in a new dynamic direction that has brought the League closer to its stated goal of being one of the nation’s top ten collegiate athletic conferences with a focus on enhancing the student-athletes’ experience by upgrading the League’s market and competitive positions.

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Horizon League ATHLETIC SUCCESS In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed unprecedented success on the national stage, highlighted by three Sweet Sixteen appearances (Butler 2003, 2007; Milwaukee 2005) and nine wins in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in the past seven seasons. In other sports, League teams have won at least one game in their respective NCAA Championships each of the last seven seasons in men’s soccer (Milwaukee 2002-05, UIC 2006-08), with UIC just one win away from the College Cup in 2007. In softball, League teams won a game in the national tournament four straight years earlier in the decade (UIC 2002, 2004; Wright State 2003; Green Bay 2005) while advancing into the second round in women’s soccer three of the last five seasons (Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 2005-06). Green Bay’s women’s basketball team added to that résumé with a victory in the 2007 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship. Butler’s Victoria Mitchell became the League’s first NCAA individual champion when she won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. ACADEMIC SUCCESS Horizon League student-athletes also excel in the classroom as more than 500 have been named to the Academic Honor Roll each of the past seven semesters for carrying a grade-point average of 3.2 or better, including more than 600 for the last four semesters. Twenty-five student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 2008-09, while eight earned Academic All-America honors. COMMUNITY SERVICE In addition to its athletics success, the Horizon League has secured a well-earned reputation for its community service initiatives. Each January, member institutions partner with local elementary schools for an art, music and essay contest highlighting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with winners recognized at League games on the weekend of MLK Day. The Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) also has continued a tradition of working with youth in Indianapolis during its annual summer meeting. In addition, several League men’s basketball coaches coached barefoot to support Samaritan’s Feet, and the League’s schools and fans donate to Komen for the Cure for breast cancer awareness during its annual women’s basketball championship.

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On campus, studentathletes have raised money and awareness for such causes as breast cancer, diabetes and hurricane relief, while hosting blood drives, neighborhood clean-ups, Big Brother/ Big Sister programs and more. SPORTSMANSHIP One of the Horizon League’s points of emphasis is fostering collegial environments for competition among student-athletes, Horizon League coaches, administrators Commissioner and fans in a pro-active Jon LeCrone approach. Among the 18th Year vehicles is the Ethical Conduct Pledge, which is signed each season by student-athletes, coaches, officials, and campus and League administrators. Its purpose is to make all the involved groups aware of the Horizon League expectations of behavior during conference events. DEMOGRAPHICS Horizon League institutions boast a combined enrollment of more than 130,000 plus nearly a quarter-million living alumni centered in the League’s Midwest footprint. League media markets include five of the nation’s top 35 in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Indianapolis and Milwaukee, covering more than ten million television households and encompassing more than nine percent of the nation’s television audience. LEADERSHIP Jonathan B. (Jon) LeCrone is in his 18th year as Commissioner of the Horizon League, having been named to the position on May 11, 1992, and is the fifth-longest tenured commissioner among the 31 Division I conferences. He is the fifth commissioner in League history, succeeding Daniel B. “Tucker” DiEdwardo (1989-92), James W. Shaffer (198489), Cecil N. Coleman (1980-84) and James J. McCafferty (1979-80). LeCrone is in the second year of a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Leadership Council after completing a five-year term on the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee.

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2009 Schedule

Bottom (R-L) - Archana Wadhawan, Alyssa Korson, Madeline Franko, Joanna Hinde, Caitlin Clemence, Mary Leone Middle (R-L) - Alauna Pierce, Danielle Goszczynski, Sarah Dzuris, Alison Suschak, Alexandra Suschak, Selena Stanski, Gloria Soyad Top (R-L) - Assistant coach Jamie Huff, Rebekah Dornbos, Nina Carter, Janae Paveglio, Bridget Green, Lauren Roffey, Trina Kochanski, Rebecca Pidgeon, Head coach Mike Lupenec Date Aug. 21 Aug. 25 Aug. 29 Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 26 Sept. 27 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 6 Nov. 8

Day Opponent Location Time Fri. Madonna (exh.) Titan Field 4:00 p.m. Tues. at Saginaw Valley (exh.) Saginaw Valley, MI 4:00 p.m. Sat. Alumni Game Titan Field 12:00 p.m. Wed. Notre Dame College (Ohio) Titan Field 4:00 p.m. Fri. Bowling Green Titan Field 4:00 p.m. Tues. at Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, MI 4:00 p.m. Fri. at IUPUI Indianapolis, IN 6:00 p.m. Sun. at IPFW Fort Wayne, IN 7:00 p.m. Tues. at Michigan State East Lansing, MI 4:00 p.m. Fri. at Central Michigan Mt. Pleasant, MI 4:00 p.m. Tues. Oakland Titan Field 12:00 p.m. Sat. at Hawaii & Honolulu, HI 1:00 a.m. Sun. at Hawaii & Honolulu, HI 1:00 a.m. Fri. at Cleveland State * Cleveland, OH 7:00 p.m. Sun. Youngstown State* Titan Field 3:00 p.m. Fri. at Butler* Indianapolis, IN 4:00 p.m. Sun. at Valparaiso* Valparaiso, IN 3:00 p.m. Fri. Milwaukee* Titan Field 3:00 p.m. Sun. Green Bay* Titan Field 12:00 p.m. Fri. at Loyola * Chicago, IL 5:00 p.m. Sun. Wright State*^ Titan Field 1:00 p.m. Sun. HL Tournament – Quarter-Finals at higher seed TBA Fri. HL – Semi-Finals at No. 1 seed TBA Sun. HL – Championship at No. 1 seed TBA *-Horizon League game; &- OHANA Hotels and Resorts Shootout; ^-Senior Day Home games in BOLD (Game dates and times remain subject to change. All times are Eastern.)

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2009 UDM Women's Soccer Yearbook