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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER TABLE OF CONTENTS

2011 PREVIEW Table of Contents......................................................... 1 Roster........................................................................... 2 Schedule/Quick Facts................................................... 3 Season Preview.........................................................4-5 Opponents................................................................6-7 ULM Soccer Complex...............................................8-11 COACHES/STAFF Stacy Lamb...........................................................14-15 Aaron Cline................................................................. 16 Support Staff.............................................................. 17 PLAYERS Alex Holland............................................................... 20 Megan Lindholm........................................................ 21 Brittany Parker........................................................... 22 Emily LyBarger........................................................... 23 Alyssa Lopez............................................................... 24 Taylor Epperson.......................................................... 25 Kelly Riley.................................................................. 26 Kylie McIntyre............................................................ 27 Stacey Carmack.......................................................... 28 Alyssa McAtee............................................................ 29 Haleigh Harrell........................................................... 30 Maddy Ocon............................................................... 31 Hannah Linzay........................................................... 31 Newcomers...........................................................32-34

2010 RECAP Results and Statistics.................................................. 35 Sun Belt Standings..................................................... 36 Sun Belt Leaders...................................................37-38

Dr. Nick Bruno - President.......................................... 68 Bobby Staub - Director of Athletics............................ 69 The Sun Belt Conference............................................ 70 ULM Media Relations................................................. 71

HISTORY & RECORDS History....................................................................... 39 Year-by-Year Results.............................................40-41 Record vs. All Opponents.......................................42-43 Game Records............................................................ 44 Team Records............................................................. 45 Season Records.....................................................46-47 Career Records......................................................48-50 Honors & Awards........................................................ 51 All-Time Letterwinners.............................................. 52

CREDITS This production is a production of the ULM Media Relations department, under the direction of Adam Prendergast. The guide was designed, edited and produced by Jeremy Stevens, Assistant Media Relations Director. Photography courtesy of Jeremy Stevens and ULM archives. Additional thanks to the 2011 opponents for their assistance.

THIS IS ULM The Campus of ULM................................................... 53 Student-Athlete Living............................................... 54 Health & Conditioning................................................ 55 Academics - The Colleges of ULM............................... 56 Academic Sports Services........................................... 57 Compliance...........................................................58-59 We are the Warhawks................................................. 60 A Tradition of Winning................................................ 61 2010-11 in Review................................................62-63 This is Monroe, La..................................................64-65 ULM’s Prominent Alumni........................................... 66 The Athletic Foundation............................................. 67

ULM NAME USAGE We are ULM. Please note that there are only two correct versions of our institution’s name, the preferred acronym ULM and the full name, the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Any other reference, including LouisianaMonroe, UL-Monroe, La.-Monroe, LAM, or simply Monroe, are incorrect. Additionally, all women’s athletic teams are known simply as Warhawks -- not Lady Warhawks or Lady Hawks. FOLLOW THE WARHAWKS ON... WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/WARHAWKS WWW.TWITTER.COM/ULMWARHAWKS

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER ROSTER BY STATE

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 23 26 27 77

PLAYER Alex Holland Megan Lindholm Brittany Parker Bethany Park Cerene Arsenault Emily LyBarger Alyssa Lopez Taylor Epperson Amanda Williams Taylor Bonetti Alyssa Wooden Liz Thompson Kelly Riley Kylie McIntyre Caydence Leber Maddy Ocon Stacey Carmack Alyssa McAtee Haleigh Harrell Katherine Cuntz Alex Neumann Hannah Linzay Lexi Wilkerson

POS. GK D/F D MF MF D/MF F MF D/MF F F MF F/MF MF F D/F D/MF D D MF/F D GK D/MF

HT. 5-4 5-11 5-8 5-2 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-2 5-4 5-6 5-1 5-5 5-5 5-2 5-2 5-6 5-1 5-3 5-10 5-7

YR. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Fr.

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS) Southlake, Texas (Carroll HS) Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) Cave Creek, Ariz. (Cactus Shadows HS) Key Largo, Fla. (Coral Shores HS) Edwards, Colo. (Battle Mountain HS) Bedford, Texas (Trinity HS) Southlake, Texas (Keller HS) Miami, Fla. (Gulliver Prep) Las Vegas, Nev. (Arbor View HS) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite HS) Nacogdoches, Texas (Tyler JC) Flower Mound, Texas (Edward Marcus HS) The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS) Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS) Granbury, Texas (Granbury HS) Lake Charles, La. (Barbe HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Edward Marcus HS) Mandeville, La. (Saint Mary’s Dominican HS) Oak Park, Illinois (Mississippi Valley State) Cheneyville, La. (LSU) Mesquite, Texas (Ralph H. Poteet HS)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. 5 11 19 23 8 21 1 16 2 27 7 6 20 15 26 18 4 3 14 13 77 9 12

PLAYER Cerene Arsenault Taylor Bonetti Stacey Carmack Katherine Cuntz Taylor Epperson Haleigh Harrell Alex Holland Caydence Leber Megan Lindholm Hannah Linzay Alyssa Lopez Emily LyBarger Alyssa McAtee Kylie McIntyre Alex Neumann Maddy Ocon Bethany Park Brittany Parker Kelly Riley Liz Thompson Lexi Wilkerson Amanda Williams Alyssa Wooden

POS. MF F D MF/F MF D GK F D/F GK F D/MF D MF D D/F MF D F/MF MF D/MF D/MF F

HT. 5-8 5-6 5-2 5-1 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-11 5-10 5-7 5-8 5-2 5-1 5-3 5-5 5-2 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-2

YR. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Key Largo, Fla. (Coral Shores HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Arbor View HS) Granbury, Texas (Granbury HS) Mandeville, La. (Saint Mary’s Dominican HS) Southlake, Texas (Keller HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Edward Marcus HS) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS) Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) Southlake, Texas (Carroll HS) Cheneyville, La. (LSU) Bedford, Texas (Trinity HS) Edwards, Colo. (Battle Mountain HS) Lake Charles, La. (Barbe HS) The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS) Oak Park, Illinois (Mississippi Valley State) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS) Cave Creek, Ariz. (Cactus Shadows HS) Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Edward Marcus HS) Nacogdoches, Texas (Tyler JC) Mesquite, Texas (Ralph H. Poteet HS) Miami, Fla. (Gulliver Prep) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite HS)

Texas......................................................................... 10 Louisiana................................................................... 4 Nevada...................................................................... 3 Florida....................................................................... 2 Arizona...................................................................... 2 Colorado.................................................................... 1 Illinois....................................................................... 1 BY CLASS Seniors.......................................................................3 Juniors.......................................................................3 Sophomores...............................................................9 Freshmen...................................................................8 PRONUNCIATION CERENE ARSENAULT..........................................Sir-ene .................................................................... Arsen-owe Emily LYBARGER............................................Lie-barger Taylor BONETTI................................................. Bon-etti Kylie MCINTYRE............................................Mac-in-tire Caydence LEBER................................................ Lee-ber Maddy OCON......................................................Oh-con Stacey CARMACK.............................................Car-mack Alyssa MCATEE.............................................. Mac-a-tee HALEIGH Harrell................................................ Hay-lee Kat CUNTZ...........................................................Coontz Alex NEUMANN..............................................New-man

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Stacy Lamb, Lees-McRae, 1997 Assistant Coach: Aaron Cline, Saint Joseph’s College, 2003 Graduate Assistant: Dustin Stein, Southwestern Oklahoma State, 2010

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER SCHEDULE DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

Friday

Aug. 19

at Central Arkansas

Conway, Ark.

4:00 p.m

Sunday

Aug. 21

at Nicholls State

Thibodaux, La.

1:00 p.m.

Tuesday

Aug. 23

NORTHWESTERN STATE

MONROE

4:30 p.m.

Sunday

Aug. 28

SOUTHERN

MONROE

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 2

MCNEESE STATE

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Wednesday

Sept. 7

at Centenary

Shreveport, La.

7:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 9

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 16

GRAMBLING

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 18

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE

MONROE

2:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 23

at Troy*

Troy, Ala.

3:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 25

at South Alabama*

Mobile, Ala.

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 30

NORTH TEXAS*

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 2

DENVER*

MONROE

12:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 7

at UALR*

Little Rock, Ark.

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 9

at Arkansas State*

Jonesboro, Ark.

12:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 14

WESTERN KENTUCKY*#

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 16

MIDDLE TENNESSEE*#

MONROE

1:00 p.m.

Thursday

Oct. 20

FIU*

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 23

at Florida Atlantic*

Boca Raton, Fla.

11:00 a.m.

Friday

Oct. 28

UL-LAFAYETTE *^

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

SUN BELT CHAMPIONSHIP Wednesday

Nov. 2

First Round

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

TBA

Thursday

Nov. 3

Semifinals

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

TBA

Saturday

Nov. 5

Finals

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

TBA

All times Central BOLD CAPS denotes home matches * denotes Sun Belt Match # denotes Parent’s Weekend ^ denotes Senior Day

ULM QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Name.................... ULM (University of Louisiana at Monroe) Location.................................Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish) Founded....................................................................... 1931 Enrollment.................................................................. 8,858 Nickname/Mascot.........................................Warhawks/Ace Colors............................................................Maroon & Gold Conference.............................................................. Sun Belt President........................................................ Dr. Nick Bruno Director of Athletics......................................... Bobby Staub Senior Woman Administrator............................ Tasha Fisher Faculty Athletics Representative...................Dr. Kevin Unter STADIUM INFORMATION Name...................................................ULM Soccer Complex Capacity......................................................................... 500 All-Time Record........................................................15-28-1 TEAM HISTORY Founded....................................................................... 1999 All-Time Record....................................................79-144-20 Years in Sun Belt Conference.............................................. 5 All-Time Sun Belt Record............................................8-44-3 Sun Belt Tournament Appearances.............................. none NCAA Tournament Appearances................................... none COACHING STAFF Head Coach.................................. Stacy Lamb - 11th season Alma Mater..............................................Lees-McRae, 1997 ULM Record..........................................................69-115-19 Career Record.......................................................69-115-19 Assistant Coach..........................Aaron Cline - fourth season Alma Mater.....................Saint Joseph’s College (Ind.), 2003 Graduate Assistant....................... Dustin Stein - first season Alma Mater.................Southwestern Oklahoma State, 2009 2010 REVIEW Overall Record............................................................2-17-1 Sun Belt Record.............................................................0-11 Home..............................................................................2-7 Away............................................................................0-9-1 Neutral............................................................................0-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................12/10 Starters Returning/Lost...................................................8/3 Newcomers (HS/TR).................................................10 (8/2) MEDIA RELATIONS Director of Media Relations..................... Adam Prendergast Assistant Director/Soccer Contact.....Jeremy Stevens Office Phone.....................................(318) 342-5462 Cell Phone........................................(318) 547-5134 Office Fax.........................................(318) 342-5464 E-mail........................................ jstevens@ulm.edu Athletics Web Site.........................www.ulmwarhawks.com Mailing Address...................................... 308 Warhawk Way ................................................................Monroe, LA 71209

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER SEASON PREVIEW

ULM SOCCER STOCKED WITH YOUNG TALENT IN 2011 ULM enters the 2011 soccer season with high hopes due to a surge of young talent. Entering her 11th season as head coach of the Warhawks, Stacy Lamb has reeled in quite possibly her two best recruiting classes back-to-back in an effort to build ULM into a Sun Belt contender. The Warhawks seek to qualify for the Sun Belt Conference Tournament for the first since joining the league in 2006. “Our No. 1 goal hands down is to make the conference tournament,” Lamb said. “Certainly it has been our goal every year, but what makes this year different is the quality of players and the depth of players that we have.” The Warhawks return eight starters and 12 letterwinners from last season, while also welcoming 10 newcomers to the squad, including Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year Kat Cuntz. In all, 17of the 23 players on the 2011 roster are either sophomores or freshmen, something Lamb credits to the upgrades in facilities over the past few years. “This recruiting class coming in represents the first class that we recruited while all the positive enhancements to our facility have been going on,” Lamb said. “We were able to use our new locker room, our new offices and our field to recruit. All the positive changes that are going on at the University, specifically within our program right now, have had an immediate impact on our recruiting class and we have really seen that this year.”

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RETURNERS With such a young team, the Warhawks will rely heavily on the leadership of senior defender Emily LyBarger to anchor the team. LyBarger started in all 20 matches last season and has made 45 career starts, the most of any player on the team. “Emily is a big-time player for us,” Lamb said. “Her commitment to the team and her leadership on and off the field, she sets the standard. We’re looking for Emily to really have a good senior year and continue to lead us the way that she has in the past.” Another experienced player for the Warhawks is junior midfielder Kylie McIntyre. After missing the first match of the season due to injury, McIntyre came back to start the final 19 matches for the Warhawks and notched one assist on the season. She will once again be relied on to create opportunities for the offense. “You can’t talk about the leadership of this group without talking about Kylie McIntyre,” Lamb said. “Consistency is what you get from her. She is going to work for 90 minutes no matter what, she is going to be the fittest player on the field and she’s just going to battle. Consistency is huge and that is what Kylie brings to us. Every year she becomes more and more of a leader and that is irreplaceable.” Sophomore Alyssa Lopez returns as the Warhawks’ leading scorer from last season. Lopez made an impact as a freshman, notching two goals, including a game-tying goal in the final minute against Nicholls State.

The Warhawks have a favorable non-conference schedule in 2011, with six of their nine matches at home. ULM opens the season with road matches at Central Arkansas (Aug. 19) and Nicholls State (Aug. 21) before coming for home for three straight matches. Following a road contest at Centenary (Sept. 7), the Warhawks close out their non-conference schedule with three more at home, including a match with former Southland rival Southeastern Louisiana (Sept. 9).

“Alyssa is a returner who I think really made an impact as a freshman, and sometimes we forget that she was just a freshman,” Lamb said. “She really worked to get healthy in the offseason and she came into camp and has continued to work hard. She has the ability to get into the attack and create a lot of problems for opposing defenders.”

“We believe our schedule once again enables us some challenges but some success in the nonconference portion heading into conference play,” Lamb said. “We have a good mix of in-state and out-of-state teams. I believe it’s challenging, but I think it also sets us up for some early success and I think that is important when you have such a large group of newcomers.”

Sophomore goalkeeper Hannah Linzay will make her debut for the Warhawks after missing last season due to injury. Linzay transferred to ULM after playing her freshman season at LSU in 2009. Lamb feels confident at goalkeeper with Linzay and returning starter Alex Holland pushing each other to get better.

In addition, the Warhawks have a generous conference schedule with home matches against some of the toughest teams in the league. ULM has home matches against North Texas (Sept. 30), league champion Denver (Oct. 2), Western Kentucky (Oct. 14), tournament champion Middle Tennessee (Oct. 16), FIU (Oct. 20) and in-state rival UL-Lafayette (Oct. 28).

“We missed having Hannah last year from the standpoint of having goalkeepers who could compete against one another throughout the entire year and continue to push and stay on that competitive edge,” Lamb said. “Now we have two healthy goalkeepers and both of them are very talented. Between Hannah and Alex, as hard as they compete and as talented as both of them are, regardless of who is between the pipes, our goalkeepers will set the tone and the rest of our team will get confidence no matter whoever is back there.”


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER SEASON PREVIEW Sophomore Brittany Parker returns after missing the second half of last season with an injury. Lamb expects Parker to be one of the anchors of the defense from the central back position this season.

“She really bridges the gap on this team between new players and returners. She’s been on the field and she’s battled through injuries.”

“Brittany would have started every match as a freshman, but an injury late in the season kind of limited her,” Lamb said. “She had a great spring and a tremendous summer and came in fitter and stronger than I have ever seen her. She will be starting again for us at center back. She has been the backbone of our defense all preseason.”

NEWCOMERS Cerene Arsenault is one of two freshmen that played for one of the top teams in the state of Florida (Coral Shores HS). Arsenault is primed to make an immediate impact at the midfield position.

Taylor Epperson is another talented sophomore who returns after getting valuable experience during her freshman season. Epperson played in all 20 matches and made 18 starts last season as a midfielder. “Taylor’s a physically talented player and strong,” Lamb said. “She came into camp in great shape this year and last year’s minutes will pay off for her this season.” Senior Stacey Carmack brings quality leadership and experience to the team. Carmack had appeared in 50 matches over her career and made nine starts. She netted her second career goal last season and enters her senior season with four career points. “Stacey is another senior leader that comes to us with experience at outside back and outside midfield,” Lamb said. “Her fitness and pace will help make us more competitive.” Sophomore Alyssa McAtee was a mainstay on defense last season, as she was one of just five players to start in every match. “Alyssa worked hard this offseason to get healthy and now she is back and ready to go,” Lamb said. “She started every game at outside back last year and that is where she will be again this season. A year of experience will only make her better and ready to be one of the anchors of our defense.” Sophomore Kelly Riley appeared in all 20 matches and made 13 starts last season during her freshman campaign. Riley notched one goal on the season and attempted 11 shots. “Kelly came in very fit to camp this year,” Lamb said. “She is going to be an outside midfielder for us and I feel like the experience she gained last season will help her have a breakout sophomore season.” Sophomore Meghan Lindholm provides an intimidating presence with her 6-foot-1 frame. Lindholm appeared in 15 matches and scored one goal during her first season.

“Cerene is a fantastic freshmen who played at a very high level in high school,” Lamb said. “She is very composed on the ball and good in the air and she reads the game well.” Taylor Bonetti is one of the fastest players to ever play at ULM, and will have an impact as either a forward or defender. “Taylor is hands down the fastest player on our team and will be one of the fastest players in the Sun Belt,” Lamb said. “She has played in the back and played up top and she is very versatile. Whichever position she plays for us, she will have an immediate impact. She will create chances to score with her work ethic and pace, and should be a fun player to watch.” Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year Kat Cuntz headlines a strong group of newcomers this season for the Warhawks. Cuntz brings the ability to score goals and set up teammates from the midfield position and should make an immediate impact for ULM this season. “Kat was one of the most fit players reporting to camp this year,” Lamb said. “Her work rate and hunger to get better and hunger to compete makes us better every day. She has a motor that doesn’t stop and she brings a worth ethic and passion that no one else brings.” Caydence Leber is another local product who earned All-State honors as a senior for Captain Shreve HS in Shreveport, La. Leber brings the ability to score goals from the forward position, as she led her district with 39 goals last season. “She will be competing for minutes up top at forward this year,” Lamb said. “She has the ability and a knack to score goals. She strikes the ball well and she’s dangerous around the goal.” Alex Neumann joins the Warhawks after transferring from Mississippi Valley State. Neumann, who will be a sophomore, gives ULM valuable experience in the midfield with a year of collegiate experience under her belt.

“As a freshman, consistency was something we focused on with Meghan,” Lamb said. “She has a physical presence being 6-foot-1. I think her hard work this past spring will pay off for her this year.”

“I was very pleased with Alex when she reported to preseason camp this year,” Lamb said. “She is a hard worker and she brings personality and maturity to the team. She’s a vocally quiet player, but she leads by example.”

Sophomore Haleigh Harrell has battled through injuries in the preseason, but should be a factor once the season gets started. Harrell played in 19 matches last season and made two starts on defense.

Bethany Park is another freshman that joins the Warhawks after playing at a very high level in high school. Park played club soccer with fellow freshman Alyssa Wooden for SC del Sol 93G.

“When she gets healthy, Haleigh is another one of our sophomores who played a lot of minutes last season, which will definitely pay off for her as well,” Lamb said.

“At 5-2, Bethany has the ability to dominate in the air and win balls out of air,” Lamb said. “She will see time in the central midfield because of her ability to win balls and distribute. She is another very creative player.”

Maddy Ocon is one of three seniors on the team. Due to injury, Ocon will not play this season, but has remained one of the leaders on the team. “I don’t want to underestimate Maddy’s importance and the role she plays on this team,” Lamb said.

Liz Thompson transferred to ULM from Tyler JC and will sit out this season. Thompson will have two years of eligibilty remaining beginning next season. Lexi Wilkerson is a versatile player that Lamb envisions as both an attacker and a defender. Wilkerson brings athleticism to the team and should make an impact this season. “Lexi is another newcomer that is athletically gifted,” Lamb said. “She has proven in the preseason that her strength really is as an attacker.” Amanda Williams played for one of the best high school teams in the country (Gulliver Prep) and brings a winning mentality to the Warhawks. “Amanda could very well be the most versatile player that we have on our roster,” Lamb said. “She is projected to play centrally for us, whether as a center back or as a midfielder. She’s athletic, she’s good in the air and she’s a very vocal player. She has a good composure on the ball.” Wooden has the ability to make an immediate impact for the Warhawks this season with her ability to score goals from the forward position.

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“Alyssa will be one of the most talented forwards, and I am looking forward to watching her and Alyssa Lopez combine and score goals,” Lamb said. “She will definitely score goals and be one of those players we count on as a freshman.”

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER OPPONENTS CENTRAL ARKANSAS BEARS • FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 • CONWAY, ARK. Location: Conway, Ark. Head Coach: Tina Banham 2010 Record: 6-8-4

Series History: ULM leads 3-0-1 Last Meeting: W, 1-0 (8/20/2010) Athletics Website: www.ucasports.com

Soccer SID: Charlie Skinner E-mail: ucasid@gmail.com Phone: (479) 387-0881

NICHOLLS STATE COLONELS • SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 • THIBODAUX, LA.

Location: Thibodaux, La. Head Coach: Dylan Harrison 2010 Record: 6-10-2

Series History: ULM leads 11-3-1 Last Meeting: L, 2-3 (OT) (9/5/10) Athletics Website: www.geauxcolonels.com

Soccer SID: Charlie Gillingham E-mail: Charlie.Gillingham@nicholls.edu Phone: (985) 448-4282

NORTHWESTERN STATE LADY DEMONS • TUESDAY, AUGUST 23 • MONROE, LA.

Location: Natchitoches, La. Head Coach: Jimmy Mitchell 2010 Record: 8-11-1

Series History: NSU leads 12-4-1 Last Meeting: L, 0-1 (9/10/10) Athletics Website: www.nsudemons.com

Soccer SID: Matt Fowler E-mail: mfowler002@student.nsula.edu Phone: (318) 357-6467

SOUTHERN LADY JAGUARS • SUNDAY, AUGUST 28 • MONROE, LA.

Location: Baton Rouge, La. Head Coach: John Knighten 2010 Record: 1-14-1

Series History: ULM leads 2-0 Last Meeting: W, 2-0 (8/31/07) Athletics Website: www.gojagsports.cstv.com

Soccer SID: Christopher Jones E-mail: jones_chrisk@yahoo.com Phone: (225) 771-2601

MCNEESE STATE COWGIRLS • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 • MONROE, LA.

Location: Lake Charles, La. Head Coach: Scooter Savoie 2010 Record: 4-12-3

Series History: 7-7-1 Last Meeting: L, 2-3 (OT) (9/12/10) Athletics Website: www.mcneesesports.com

Soccer SID: Pam LaFosse E-mail: plafosse@mcneese.edu Phone: (337) 475-5926

CENTENARY LADIES • WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 • SHREVEPORT, LA.

Location: Shreveport, La. Head Coach: Glenn Evans 2010 Record: 4-14-0

Series History: ULM leads 6-2-1 Last Meeting: W, 3-2 (2OT) (9/3/10) Athletics Website: www.gocentenary.com

Soccer SID: Allison McClain E-mail: amcclain2@centenary.edu Phone: (318) 869-5092

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA LADY LIONS • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 • MONROE, LA.

Location: Hammond, La. Head Coach: Blake Hornbuckle 2010 Record: 15-3-3

Series History: SLU, 10-6-2 Last Meeting: T, 1-1 (2OT) (9/17/10) Athletics Website: www.LionSports.net

Soccer SID: Kemmler Chapple E-mail: kchapple@selu.edu Phone: (985) 549-3221

GRAMBLING LADY TIGERS • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 • MONROE, LA.

Location: Grambling, La. Head Coach: Marcia Oliveira 2010 Record: 2-15-0

Series History: ULM leads 3-1 Last Meeting: L, 1-2 (9/2/07) Athletics Website: www.gsutigers.com

Soccer SID: Roderick Mosely E-mail: mosleyr@gram.edu Phone: (318) 274-6562

MISSISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE DEVILETTES • SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 • MONROE, LA. Location: Itta Bena, Miss. Head Coach: Sonia Curvelo 2010 Record: 7-13-0

Series History: 1-2-0 Last Meeting: L, 0-1 (9/21/07) Athletics Website: www.MVSU.edu/Athletics

TROY TROJANS • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 • TROY, ALA.

Location: Troy, Ala. Head Coach: Chris Bentley 2010 Record: 11-8-1

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Series History: 3-3-0 Last Meeting: L, 0-1 (9/24/10) Athletics Website: www.TroyTrojans.com

Soccer SID: William Bright, Jr. E-mail: sportsinfo@mvsu.edu Phone: (662) 254-3011

Soccer SID: Ben Maxwell E-mail: bmaxwell34306@troy.edu Phone: (334) 670-5655


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER OPPONENTS SOUTH ALABAMA JAGUARS • SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 • MOBILE, ALA. Location: Mobile, Ala. Head Coach: Mike Varga 2010 Record: 5-14-1

Series History: USA leads 8-0 Last Meeting: L, 0-4 (9/26/10) Athletics Website: www.usajaguars.com

Soccer SID: Lauren Logan E-mail: Llogan@usouthal.edu Phone: (251) 414-8022

NORTH TEXAS MEAN GREEN • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 • MONROE, LA. Location: Denton, Texas Head Coach: John Hedlund 2010 Record: 12-7-2

Series History: NT leads 4-1 Soccer SID: David Waxman Last Meeting: L, 0-4 (10/1/10) E-mail: David.Waxman@unt.edu Athletics Website: www.MeanGreenSports.com Phone: (940) 565-3671

DENVER PIONEERS • SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2 • MONROE, LA. Location: Denver, Colo. Head Coach: Jeff Hooker 2010 Record: 19-2-1

Series History: DU leads 6-0 Last Meeting: L, 0-4 (9/3/10) Athletics Website: www.denverpioneers.com

Soccer SID: Mike Kennedy E-mail: michael.kennedy@du.edu Phone: (303) 871-7555

UALR TROJANS • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 • LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Location: Little Rock, Ark. Head Coach: Freddy Delgado 2010 Record: 7-12-1

Series History: UALR leads 6-5 Last Meeting: L, 1-3 (10/8/10) Athletics Website: www.ualrtrojans.com

Soccer SID: Patrick Newton E-mail: pcnewton@ualr.edu Phone: (501) 569-3403

ARKANSAS STATE RED WOLVES • SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9 • JONESBORO, ARK. Location: Jonesboro, Ark. Head Coach: Tafadzwa Ziyenge 2010 Record: 7-11-1

Series History: ASU leads 5-1-1 Last Meeting: L, 1-2 (10/10/10) Athletics Website: www.asuredwolves.com

Soccer SID: Anthony Reynolds E-mail: areynolds@astate.edu Phone: (870) 972-3547

WESTERN KENTUCKY HILLTOPPERS • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 • MONROE, LA. Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Head Coach: Jason Neidell 2010 Record: 9-8-3

Series History: WKU leads 5-0 Last Meeting: L, 0-5 (10/15/10) Athletics Website: www.wkusports.com

Soccer SID: Mike Haase E-mail: michael.haase@wku.edu Phone: (270) 745-2599

MIDDLE TENNESSEE BLUE RAIDERS • SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16 • MONROE, LA. Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Head Coach: Aston Rhoden 2010 Record: 13-9-2

Series History: MT leads 7-0 Last Meeting: L, 0-4 (10/17/10) Athletics Website: www.GoBlueRaiders.com

Soccer SID: Travis Woods E-mail: woods@goblueraiders.com Phone: (615) 898-5270

FIU PANTHERS • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 • MONROE, LA. Location: Miami, Fla. Head Coach: Thomas Chestnutt 2010 Record: 11-9-1

Series History: FIU leads 4-0-1 Last Meeting: L, 0-5 (10/21/10) Athletics Website: www.fiusports.com

Soccer SID: Adrian Martinez E-mail: amart612@mac.com Phone: (305) 348-2084

FLORIDA ATLANTIC OWLS • SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 • BOCA RATON, FLA. Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Head Coach: Brian Dooley 2010 Record: 6-13-0

Series History: FAU leads 4-1 Last Meeting: L, 0-2 (10/24/10) Athletics Website: www.fausports.com

Soccer SID: Dale Long E-mail: dlong16@@fau.edu Phone: (561) 756-0653

UL-LAFAYETTE RAGIN’ CAJUNS • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 • MONROE, LA. Location: Lafayette, La. Head Coach: Scot Wieland 2010 Record: 10-11-0

Series History: ULL leads 5-2-2 Last Meeting: L, 0-6 (10/29/10) Athletics Website: www.RaginCajuns.com

Soccer SID: Christian Lemon E-mail: TBD Phone: (337) 482-6329

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER ULM SOCCER COMPLEX ULM SOCCER COMPLEX FACTS AND RECORDS FIRSTS AND STREAKS First Game.........................................................McNeese State (8.27.06) First ULM Win....................................................6-1 vs Southern (9.5.06) First ULM Goal..................................................................Rachel Hobson ............................................................................ Nicholls State (9.3.06) First ULM Shutout...........................................................Mallory George ............................................................1-0 vs Grambling State (9.10.06) Most Consecutive Wins............................................3 (9.5.06 to 9.17.06) Longest Unbeaten Streak........................................4 (9.3.06 to 9.17.06) Most Consecutive Losses.......................................4 (9.22.06 to 10.8.06) TEAM RECORDS (SINGLE GAME) Most Goals Scored................................................ 6 vs Southern (9.5.06) Most Assists.............................................5 vs Arkansas State (10.22.07) ............................................................................ 5 vs Southern (9.5.06) Most Points........................................................ 17 vs Southern (9.5.06) Most Shots......................................................... 31 vs Southern (9.5.06) Most Saves............................................15 vs Central Arkansas (9.17.06) TEAM RECORDS (SEASON) Most Goals Scored.................................................................. 16 in 2006 Most Assists............................................................13 in 2006 and 2007 Most Points............................................................................ 45 in 2006 Most Saves............................................................................. 77 in 2006 Most Shutouts.......................................................................... 2 at 2006 Most Wins.................................................................4 in 2006 and 2007 ULM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (SINGLE GAME) Most Goals Scored.............................................................2 by Sara Islas ...............................................................................vs Southern (9.5.06) ..............................................................................2 by Tiffany Bombard ......................................................................... vs North Texas (9.28.08) Most Assists...........................................................2 by Tiffany Bombard .................................................................... vs Arkansas State (10.5.07) Most Shots............................................................... 7 by Allison Matson ................................................................. vs Central Arkansas (9.17.06) Most Saves............................................................ 14 by Mallory George ................................................................. vs Central Arkansas (9.17.06) OPPONENT RECORDS (SINGLE GAME) Most Goals Scored..................................5 by Northwestern St. (9.19.07) ............................................................................. 5 by Denver (9.24.06) Most Assists.......................................................... 4 by Denver (9.24.06) Most Points......................................................... 14 by Denver (9.24.06) Most Shots....................................... 23 by Western Kentucky (10.19.07) Most Saves..................................................16 by Nicholls State (9.3.06)

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After sharing Brown Stadium with the track and field squad for the first seven seasons of the program’s history, the Warhawks moved into the ULM SOCCER COMPLEX in conjuncture with the program’s move to the Sun Belt Conference in 2006. Needing to match the facilities from across the conference, the Warhawks current home features a 120-by-80 meter manicured natural surface of Bermuda and Rye. Breaking ground during the summer of 2006, construction on the field officially began on May 22, 2006. Now in its sixth season as the home of the Warhawks’ soccer squad, ULM’s newest athletic facility is located next to the scenic Pecan Grove on campus. The Complex has received many improvements over the years, including the addition of a soccer fieldhouse which houses a locker room, player’s lounge and coach’s office suites. Most recently, permanent structures were added to both the home and visitor benches and a permanent press area was also added. The ULM Soccer Complex also received a new scoreboard for the 2011 season. The improvements are all part of head coach Stacy Lamb’s plan to make the ULM Soccer Complex one of the finest facilities in the state of Louisiana and the Sun Belt Conference.


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER ULM SOCCER COMPLEX YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE Year Record 2006 4-6-1 2007 4-5-0 2008 2-5-0 2009 3-5-0 2010 2-7-0 TOTAL 15-28-1 TOP 10 ATTENDANCES 1. Belhaven (8/22/09) 2. Arkansas State (10/5/07) 3. Louisiana Tech (9/16/07) 4. Troy (9/24/10) 5 UALR (10/2/09) 6. South Alabama (10/22/06) 7. North Texas (9/22/06) 8. Central Arkansas (8/20/10) 9. North Texas (9/28/08) 10. Denver (9/24/06)

Attend 1,414 1,434 1,154 1,272 1,286 6,560

Average 129 159 165 159 143 149 278 273 243 237 236 230 220 217 212 210

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NEW SOCCER FIELDHOUSE WHICH FEATURES LOCKER ROOM, OFFICE SUITES AND A PLAYER LOUNGE!

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STACY LAMB HEAD COACH - 11TH SEASON 69-115-19 RECORD AT ULM

STACY LAMB begins her 11th season as the head coach of the ULM soccer program in 2011. Lamb is the face of the program as she has been with the Warhawks for all but one season since its inception in 1999. More than just the coach of the Warhawks, Lamb has become the most visible and outspoken ally of the sport in Northeast Louisiana. Working with the Olympic Development Pool, conducting youth camps and helping with the continued development of the Northeast Louisiana Soccer Association (NELSA), she has become one of the region and state’s most ardent sponsors of youth soccer. Her annual soccer camp, conducted on the campus of ULM by Warhawk staff and current and former student-athletes, continues to be one of the most popular summer activities in Monroe. There is plenty to be excited about around the soccer program at ULM entering the 2011 season. The Warhawks have added talented players while the ULM Soccer Complex has received a major face lift over the past three seasons to better facilitate the fans, coaching staff and players. Lamb had arguably her best recruiting class at ULM in 2011 with 10 new players, including Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year Katherine Cuntz. With fresh talent and a solid core of returners, the Warhawks will look to qualify for the Sun Belt Conference Tournament for the first time in program history this season. In addition to the upgrade in talent, Lamb is also responsible for the major changes to the ULM Soccer Complex, the home of the Warhawks since 2006. The facility now includes a soccer fieldhouse that houses an on-site locker room, player lounge and coach’s office suite. Other improvements include permanent bench covers for the players and a permanent press area and a new scoreboard. The improvements are one step in Lamb’s plan to make the ULM Soccer Complex one of the premier soccer facilities in the state and region. Lamb has also made her mark at ULM by producing outstanding student-athletes as 28 ULM soccer players have made the Sun Belt’s Commissioner’s List since 2006. In addition, four ULM players have earned Academic All-District honors, including Rachel Hobson who earned ESPN The Magazine District VI honors in 2008. Lamb became ULM’s second women’s soccer head coach on January 25, 2001, after serving as an assistant coach with the program for one season under Rena Richardson during the 2000 campaign. After being named head coach of the Warhawks, it didn’t take long for Lamb to elevate the program. In her rookie season as a head coach, Lamb guided ULM to a 9-10-2 overall record and the program’s first ever postseason tournament appearance. ULM defeated all but one of its Southland Conference opponents and made a statement to the collegiate soccer world by posting a 2-2 double-overtime tie against Southeastern Conference power and in-state rival LSU. In the first year with Lamb as the head coach, the ULM soccer program nearly doubled its all-time win production. Lamb was honored by being named Coach of the Year in 2001 by both the Southland Conference and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. In 2002, her second season as the Warhawks head coach, Lamb continued to move the program in the right direction and posted a 6-3-3 conference record. ULM advanced to the conference tournament for the second consecutive season.

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ULM’s next jump came during the 2003 season. After once again advancing to the Southland Conference Tournament, Lamb led the school to a historic victory and defeated Northwestern State, 4-1, for the program’s first ever postseason win. That year, ULM advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament for the first time before falling, 1-0, to the eventual league champions. ULM continued to improve under Lamb’s guidance in the following season and posted a schoolrecord 14-6-2 mark. The Warhawks advanced to the conference tournament championship game and pushed eventual victor Texas State to the wire before falling by a 1-0 score in the overtime period. With all her successes on the pitch in the Southland Conference, it only made sense when the Warhawks entered the Sun Belt Conference in 2006 that Lamb was once again on the sidelines to lead the program. After a difficult first season in the elevated competition, the Warhawks saw a three-win improvement in their overall and Sun Belt Conference record in the 2007 season. Despite a roster loaded with underclassmen, Lamb was able to guide the Warhawks past a slow start and the team posted a 0.88 goals against average over the final 10 matches. ULM out scored its opponents 12-9 during the stretch, but five one-goal losses, including at defending conference champion Denver (1-0) and at home against 2007 conference champion Western Kentucky (2-1) kept the Warhawks half a game out of the final spot in the conference tournament. The Warhawks went on the road and posted back-to-back shutouts in Florida against Florida Atlantic and Florida International during the 10-match stretch run. From the first year in the Sun Belt to the second, the Lamb led Warhawks shaved more than a goal per game off their opponents scoring average. The 2008 campaign provided another challenge for the Warhawks and Lamb. As the team reported to campus, Hurricane Gustav ravaged the southern portion of the state and dumped feet of rain on the team’s playing surfaces during the preseason. Despite going nearly a month before playing or practicing on their field for the first time, Lamb led her Warhawks to the first 3-0 start in program history. Later in the season, the Warhawks led nationally-ranked Denver late into the second half and defeated perennial Sun Belt Conference power North Texas to provide the highlights of an injury-depleated and weather shortened campaign. Prior to coming to ULM, Lamb coached three seasons at Midwestern State University where she helped the team to a pair of conference titles and a 49-11-1 overall record. Lamb has also been on the sidelines as the head coach of several club teams.

As a player, Lamb was a three-time All-American at Lees-McRae College, a member institution of Conference Carolinas (formerly the Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference). Her career points and assists totals are still ranked at the top at Lees-McRae. In the fall of 2006, Lamb was named to the CVAC All-Time Women’s Soccer Team. Most recently, Lamb became the first woman inducted into her prep alma mater, Battle Ground Academy’s Hall of Fame in recognition of her accomplishments as an athlete, coach and ambassador of the game. With her tireless work ethic and drive to succeed, the awards should continue to come for the Warhawk soccer coach as she continues to guide the program to new heights in the 2009 campaign. A native of Franklin, Tenn., Lamb earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in communication and a bachelor’s of sciences degree in English literature from Lees-McRae in 1997. She went on to earn a master’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise science from Midwestern State University in 1999 and a master’s degree in English with an emphasis on creative writing from ULM in 2002. She is the middle daughter of three of Jim and Margaret Lamb.

LAMB PROFILE COACHING HISTORY 2001-present, ULM head coach 2000, ULM assistant coach 1997-99, Midwestern State assistant coach PLAYING CAREER Lees-McRae College, 1994-97 PLAYING HONORS Three-time NCAA Division II All-American Four-time All-Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference Named to CVAC All-Time Women’s Soccer Team EDUCATION Lees-McRae - B.A. in communication, 1997 B.S. in English literature Midwestern State - M.S. in kinesiology, 1999 ULM - M.A. in English, 2002

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AARON CLINE ASSISTANT COACH FOURTH SEASON

AARON CLINE begins his fourth season as assistant coach for the ULM soccer program. Cline has played a key role in the Warhawks’ recruiting efforts over the past few seasons, helping to bring in some of the top recruiting classes in school history. Most recently, Cline helped bring in the 2011 class, which included Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year Katherine Cuntz. It marked the first time in program history that ULM snatched Louisiana’s top prep soccer player. In all, the Warhawks added 10 newcomers for the upcoming season with expactations of qualifying for the Sun Belt Tournament for the first time. In addition to work as ULM’s top assistant, Cline also coaches the Louisiana ‘96 girls Olympic Development team and the West Monroe High School boys’ team, where he has guided the Rebels to back-to-back district championship. He served as the head coach of the ‘95 girls ODP team from 2008-10. Cline was hired by head coach Stacy Lamb on July 1, 2008 to be the program’s newest assistant coach. Enthusiastic and energetic, the East Peoria, Ill., native became the fourth assistant coach in the program’s all-time history and joined a group that includes a pair of individuals that would go on to become Division I head coaches. With Cline joining Lamb on the sidelines, the Warhawks experienced several successes in 2009. Despite a preseason hampered by heavy rains, ULM got off to the first 3-0 start in the 10-year program’s history. The Warhawks also made a statement in the opening weekend of Sun Belt Conference play by leading a ranked Denver squad late into the second half and defeating perennial league power North Texas. Cline joined the Warhawks staff after spending the previous five seasons in multiple capacities with the Zionsville Youth Soccer Association in Zionsville, Ind. Since the 2004 season he served as the organization’s Director of Coaching and Player Development. As the Director of Player Development, Cline evaluated all the organization’s players and coaches and their interactions with each other. He also suggested and implemented training programs for coaches to assist with improvement and development. In only five years time with ZYSA, he helped to turn the program into one of the larger soccer associations in the state of Indiana. The club grew from seven travel teams at the time of his appointment to 28 travel teams by the time he joined the Warhawks’ staff. The recreational program at ZYSA also grew to include more than 950 individuals with Cline serving in his executive role. Cline also served as the head coach of the ‘94 Boys since the summer of 2003. While with the group, his team was promoted in classification three times, going from the Indiana Youth Soccer ‘B’ Division to the Indiana State League. During the 2007 season, the Cline-led ‘94 Boys were Indiana State Challenge Cup Semi-Finalists. Cline also coached the Zionsville Eagles ‘91 Select team, a U17 Girls program while with ZYSA. A four-time letterwinner as an outside and central midfielder, Cline earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Ind., in May of 2003. Since graduating he has earned multiple coaching licenses including a United States Soccer Federation National ‘B’ License in 2008. He also holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America state and regional goalkeep-

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CLINE PROFILE COACHING HISTORY 2008-present, ULM assistant coach PLAYING CAREER Saint Joseph’s College, 1999-2002 EDUCATION Saint Joseph’s College - B.A. in marketing, 2003

diploma, USSF National Youth License and served as a trainer and assistant coach for the Indiana Olympic Development Program. The oldest of three children, Cline is the son of Steve and Cheryl Cline. He is pursuing his master’s degree in history at ULM.


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DUSTIN STEIN GRADUATE ASSISTANT FIRST SEASON

JEREMY STEVENS MEDIA RELATIONS SECOND SEASON

DUSTIN STEIN begins his second season with the women’s soccer team and his first season as the graduate assistant. In addition, to helping out with the everyday duties of the soccer program, Stein also serves as the team trainer.

JEREMY STEVENS is in his second year as the Assistant Director of Media Relations at ULM. Stevens is responsible for coordinating publicity for soccer, men’s basketball and track & field for the Warhawks.

Stein graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 20101 with a degree in athletic training and a minor in allied health. Prior to attending SWOSU, Stein played soccer at Southwestern Christian University and Southern Nazarene University.

Prior to joining the staff at ULM, Stevens served as the Assistant Sports Information Director for Oklahoma City Univerity. At OCU, Stevens was the primary contact for men’s and women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s track and field. He also served as the secondary contact for men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball and men’s and women’s golf. His other responsibilities included the writing and editing of several media guides and serving as the team photographer for all 21 sports.

A native of Cashion, Okla., Stein is currently pursuing his master’s degree in exercise science at ULM. He was married to his wife, Alyssa, on July 31, 2010.

COURTNEE BUTLER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING FIRST SEASON

Stevens served as a student assistant in sports information for two years at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, helping with photography and designing media guides. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communication from USAO in 2005. A native of Edmond, Okla., Stevens is a member of CoSIDA and is currently pursuing his master’s degree in mass communication at ULM.

COURTNEY BUTLER enters her first season as the strength and conditioning coach for the ULM soccer team. Butler also works with the ULM volleyball and football teams. Butler came to ULM from Olathe, Kan., where she interned at MidAmerica Nazarene University. Prior to that, Butler earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a minor in business from the University of Kansas in 2010. Butler is certified (SCCC) through the Strength and Conditioning Coaches association. A native of Ottawa, Kan., Butler graduated from Pomona High School in 2006 where she played volleyball and basketball.

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ALEX HOLLAND

JUNIOR - GOALKEEPER LAS VEGAS, NEV. - BISHOP GORMAN HS

1

2010 [Sophomore]: Started all 20 matches at goalie for the Warhawks … Recorded 119 saves in 165 chances … Helped ULM to a 1-0 shutout victory against Central Arkansas (Aug. 20) in the season opener … Had a season-high 11 saves twice – against Portland State (Aug. 27) and at Denver (Oct. 3) ... Played in 1863.07 of 1873.45 minutes ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. 2009 [Freshman]: Played in 10 matches, making seven starts … Finished the season with a record of 2-5-1 … Made 52 total saves on the season and registered a save percentage of .675 … Recorded a shutout in a 2-0 victory over UALR on Oct. 2 …. Also defeated Belhaven in her first collegiate contest (Aug. 22), playing the full 90 minutes, making seven saves … Had a season-best 12 saves at Oral Roberts (Sept. 4) ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. Prep: Four-year soccer letterwinner at Bishop Gorman High School … Three-time all-conference, all-region, and all-state selection while leading her team to three Southwest Division Championships and two Zone Championship Finals appearances ... Named to the all-state academic team as a freshman ... Posted 11 shutouts during her sophomore season in being named all-conference and all-state and leading BGHS to the Southwest Division Conference Championship ... Repeated as Southwest Division Champions as a junior ... Three-time scholar athlete from 2006-08 ... Also lettered one season in softball ... While playing club soccer with Rebelsselect, posted Nevada state championships in 2004, 2005, and 2007 ... Also recruited by Oregon, Nevada, UC-Santa Barbara, Idaho and Idaho State ... Joined FC Las Vegas and won her fourth club state championship during a five-year period. Personal: Born Nov. 24, 1991, in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Full name is Alexandria Marie Holland ... Is the daughter of Anna Holland and the late Henry Holland ... Has two younger brothers, twins Joshua and Jacob, who play club soccer for FC Las Vegas ... Uncle Anthony Kurcz was a four-year letterwinner in soccer at UNLV ... Cousin Aaron Kurcz played baseball at the Airforce Academy ... Went to the same high school as current teammate Maddy Ocon and former Warhawks Tiffany Bombard and Samantha Cashman ... Majoring in political science and criminal justice.

CAREER STATISTICS

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SEASON

GP-GS

MINUTES

GA

SAVES

PCT.

W-L-T

SHO

2009 2010

13-7 20-19

599:42 1863:07

25 56

52 119

.675 .680

2-5-1 2-17-1

0 1

TOTAL

33-26

2462:49

81

171

.679

4-22-2

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MEGAN LINDHOLM SOPHOMORE - DEFENDER/FORWARD SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS - CARROLL HS

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2010 (Freshman): Played in 15 matches … Made back-to-back starts against Southeastern Louisiana (Sept. 17) and Troy (Sept. 24) … Scored on her only shot attempt of the season, against Arkansas PineBluff (Sept. 14) ... Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll. Prep: Two year letterwinner at Southlake Carroll High School … Helped her team reach the District 6-5A Area Finals as a senior … Member of Southlake’s 2008 Texas 5-A State Championship team … Played club soccer with the DFW Tornados 92 Blue. Personal: Born April 23, 1992, in Denver, Colo. … Full name is Megan Ulla Lindholm … Daughter of Thomas and Rebekah Lindholm … Has an older brother, Jordan, and a younger sister, Morgan … Majoring in mathematics.

CAREER STATISTICS GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

SEASON

15-2

1

0

2

1

1

0

TOTAL

15-2

1

0

2

1

1

0

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BRITTANY PARKER SOPHOMORE - DEFENDER CARROLLTON, TEXAS - CREEKVIEW HS

3

2010 [Freshman]: Started in nine of the first 10 matches before suffering an injury … Missed all but two matches during Sun Belt play due to injury … Recorded assists against Nicholls State (Sept. 5) and Arkansas Pine-Bluff (Sept. 14) … Finished the season with two points ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. Prep: Played soccer at Creekview High School … Twice named first team all-district and once named second team all-district … Played club soccer for the Sting Soccer Club, where she was a teammate of fellow Warhawk Alyssa Lopez. Personal: Born Dec. 9, 1991, in Dallas, Texas … Full name is Brittany Marie Parker … Daughter of David and Bonnie Parker … Has a younger sister, Presleigh … Majoring in pre-pharmacy and minoring in spanish.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

22

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

11-9

0

2

2

2

0

0

TOTAL

11-9

0

2

2

2

0

0


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EMILY LYBARGER SENIOR - DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER EDWARDS, COLO. - BATTLE MOUNTAIN HS

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2010 [Junior]: Anchored the ULM defense with starts in all 20 matches … Helped ULM shutout Central Arkansas (Aug. 20) in the season opener ... Did not register a shot attempt all season ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. 2009 [Sophomore]: Appeared in 17 contests, making 16 starts … Registered one assist on the season … Had three shots … Recorded her lone assist in a 3-2 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct. 31), also had a season-high two shots in the contest … Played a season-high 110 minutes in double overtime games against Central Arkansas (Sept 16) and Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Sept. 22) … Played the full 90 minutes (or more with overtime) in 12 contests … Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll. 2008 [Freshman]: Appeared in and started the Warhawks first nine games before sustaining a season-ending knee injury ... Playing forward, finished tied with three others for the team-lead in assists with three and ended the campaign tied for fourth place in the Sun Belt Conference in assists per game (0.33) ... Had helpers in the season opener against Lamar (8/29), the home opener against Central Arkansas (9/7), and the league opener against Denver (8/26) ... Attempted 14 shots on the season including a team-high five at Centenary (9/9) ... Six of her shots came against goal ... Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll. Prep: Lettered four years in soccer, four years in basketball, and two years in softball at Battle Mountain High School ... Earned all-conference and all-state honors in softball and honorable mention allconference honors in basketball twice ... Four-time all-conference selection in soccer, two-time Western Slope Player of the Year, and first team all-state following her senior season ... Also earned honorable mention all-state accolades ... Ranks second all-time at her high school in assists ... Competed with the Rush Nike Club, where she helped win back-to-back State Cup Championships, a 2008 Region IV Championship, and the 2008 National Championship. Personal: Born Nov. 21, 1989, in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... Full name is Emily Kate LyBarger ... Is the daughter of Tim and Mary Ann LyBarger ... Has one older sister, Sara, one younger sister, Madelyn, and one younger brother, Joe ... Father Tim played football and mother Mary Ann played softball at Adam’s State College ... Majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in prephysical therapy.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2008 2009 2010

9-9 17-16 20-20

0 0 0

3 1 0

3 1 0

14 3 0

6 1 0

0 0 0

TOTAL

46-45

0

4

4

17

7

0

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ALYSSA LOPEZ SOPHOMORE - FORWARD BEDFORD, TEXAS - TRINITY HS

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2010 [Freshman]: Played in 19 matches and made seven starts … Top returning scorer from last season … Took 17 shots, including 10 shots on goal … Scored her first career goal against Nicholls State (Sept. 5) … Her goal against Nicholls came in the final minutes and sent the match into overtime … Also scored a goal at McNeese State (Sept. 12) ... Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll. Prep: Four year letterwinner at Trinity High School … Named first team all-district three times in high school … Scored the game-winning goal in Trinity’s first playoff victory in more than 15 years … Also recruited by Louisiana Tech, UAB and Portland State … Played club soccer for the Sting West 92 team, where she was a teammate of fellow Warhawk Brittany Parker. Personal: Born May 3, 1992, in Fremont, Calif. … Full name is Alyssa Ellen Lopez … Daughter of Jerry and Jennifer Lopez … Has a younger brother, Austin ... Majoring in psychology.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

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GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

19-7

2

0

4

17

10

0

TOTAL

19-7

2

0

4

17

10

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TAYLOR EPPERSON SOPHOMORE - MIDFIELDER SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS - KELLER HS

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2010 [Freshman]: Started 18 of ULM’s 20 matches … Made starts in each of the final 12 matches of the season … Was one of just eight Warhawks to play in every match … Took 17 shots, including six shots on goal ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. Prep: Lettered in both soccer and cross country at Keller High School … Named a captain as a senior … Named second team all-district as a junior and honorable mention as a senior … Helped Keller reach the District 5-A playoff every season in high school … Played club soccer for the Polaris Soccer Club. Personal: Born Aug. 26, 1992, in Fort Worth, Texas … Full name is Taylor Marie Epperson … Daughter of Jeff and Laura Epperson … Has two older brothers, Derek, who plays football at Baylor, and Ryan, who plays football at Texas A&M … Majoring in pre-pharmacy.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

20-18

0

0

0

17

6

0

TOTAL

20-18

0

0

0

17

6

0

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KELLY RILEY

SOPHOMORE - FORWARD/MIDFIELDER FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS - EDWARD MARCUS HS

14

2010 [Freshman]: Made starts in 13 of 20 matches, including starts in the final six matches … Recorded her first career goal in a 3-2 overtime victory against Centenary (Sept. 3) … Took 11 shots and five shots on goal during the season ... Sun Belt Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Prep: Played soccer at Edward S. Marcus High School … Helped her team reach the regional quarterfinals in 2009 … High school teammate of fellow Warhawk Haleigh Harrell … Played club soccer for the DFW Tornados 92 Blue. Personal: Born May 11, 1992, in Stony Brook, N.Y. … Full name is Kelly Erin Riley … Daughter of David and Janet Riley … Majoring in psychology.

CAREER STATISTICS

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SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

20-13

1

0

2

11

5

0

TOTAL

20-13

1

0

2

11

5

0


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER PLAYER BIOS

KYLIE MCINTYRE

JUNIOR - MIDFIELDER THE COLONY, TEXAS - THE COLONY HS

15

2010 [Sophomore]: Made starts in 19 matches in the midfield for the Warhawks … Had an assist against Nicholls State (Sept. 5) … Took four shots, all of which were on goal ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. 2009 [Freshman]: Played in all 19 matches, making nine starts … Made her first career start at Northwestern State (Aug. 26) … Recorded three total shots … Had shots against UALR (Oct. 2), at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 9) and against Middle Tennessee (Oct. 16) … Played a season-high 90 minutes at North Texas (Sept. 27) … Averaged 56 minutes of action per game ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. Prep: Four-year letterwinner for The Colony High School ... Was named first team all-district as a sophomore and helped lead the Cougars to a class 4A Texas State Championship ... Garnered second team all-district honors as a junior in helping TCHS to a District Championship ... Also named to the all-freshman team following the 2005-06 season and academically was a threetime President’s List honoree for making all A’s ... Lettered one season in track & field ... Played club soccer for the Dallas Texans. Personal: Born Jan. 18, 1991, in The Colony, Texas ... Full name is Kylie Michelle McIntyre ... Daughter of Thomas and Laurie McIntyre ... Has two older brothers, Tanner and Corey, and one younger brother, Hayden ... Grandfather Jim Sexton played basketball at Texas Tech from 1950-54, great uncle Bo Sexton played football at Texas from 1952-56 ... Father was a track & field letterwinner at Texas Tech from 1974-77 and uncle John McIntyre played baseball at Texas Tech from 1965-68 ... Both older brothers competed at the collegiate level, Tanner in cross country at Texas-Dallas from 2007-08 and Corey at Lon Morris in 2007 and Brookhaven in 2008 in baseball ... Majoring in elementary education and minoring in spanish.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2009 2010

19-9 19-19

0 0

0 1

0 1

3 4

3 4

0 0

TOTAL

38-28

0

1

1

7

7

0

27


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STACEY CARMACK SENIOR - DEFENDER GRANBURY, TEXAS - GRANBURY HS

19

2010 [Junior]: Played in 19 matches, making six starts at both midfield and defender … Started in each of the first five games … Scored her first career goal against Portland State (Aug. 27) … Fired eight shots on the season, including five shots on goal. 2009 [Sophomore]: Played in 15 matches, making two starts … Started the season opener against Belhaven (Aug. 22) and again at Troy (Oct. 25) … Recorded two total shots … Had a shot against Belhaven (Aug. 22) and at Central Arkansas (Sept. 16) … Played a season-high 70 minutes on two occasions, at Tulsa (Sept 6) and at Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Sept. 22) … Averaged 37 minutes of action per game. 2008 [Freshman]: Primarily used as a back-up midfielder for the Warhawks, but saw time at defender as well ... Made 16 appearances on the season and picked up one start against South Alabama (10/24) ... Finished with a season-high three shot attempts at Centenary (9/9) ... Scored her only goal of the campaign against the Ladies ... Finished the year with six total shots, including three against goal. Prep: Four-year letterwinner in soccer and two-year letterwinner in track and field at Granbury High School ... Earned all-district honors twice, including First Team accolades as a senior, and was twice named Defensive Player of the Year ... Started every game of her high school career ... Also placed sixth in her Texas district in the 100 meter dash ... Competed on the Texas Lightening club team, leading it in total goals scored twice. Personal: Born Oct. 4, 1989, in Fort Worth, Texas ... Full name is Stacey Lynn Carmack ... Is the daughter of Ricky and Wanda Carmack ... Has one older brother, Heath Shane ... Father Ricky ran track at Cisco Jr. College ... Majoring in marketing.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

28

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2008 2009 2010

16-1 15-2 19-6

1 0 1

0 0 0

2 0 2

6 2 8

3 2 5

0 0 0

TOTAL

50-9

2

0

4

16

10

0


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER PLAYER BIOS

ALYSSA MCATEE SOPHOMORE - DEFENDER LAKE CHARLES, LA. - BARBE HS

20

2010 [Freshman]: Became a mainstay at defender for the Warhawks, starting in all 20 matches … Took two shot attempts against Centenary (Sept. 3) … Also had a shot attempt against McNeese State (Sept. 12) ... Sun Belt Academic Commissioner’s List. Prep: Played soccer at A.M. Barbe High School … Helped Barbe reach the Division I State Championship game in 2008 … Scored the game-winning goal in a district tie-breaker in 2007 … Five year member of the Louisiana Olympic Development Program … Played club soccer with the Baton Rouge SC 92 team. Personal: Born June 2, 1992, in Harrisburg, Pa. … Full name is Alyssa May McAtee … Daughter of Scott and Sally McAtee … Has an older sister, Anne, who played soccer at Mississippi College … Undecided on major.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

20-20

0

0

0

3

1

0

TOTAL

20-20

0

0

0

3

1

0

29


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HALEIGH HARRELL SOPHOMORE - DEFENDER

FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS - EDWARD MARCUS HS

21

2010 [Freshman]: Appeared in 19 matches … Made starts against Northwestern State (Sept. 10) and Denver (Oct. 3) … Attempted two shots on the season. Prep: Lettered in soccer and track and Edward Marcus High School … Named District 6-5A Second Team as a senior … Helped her team reach the regional quarterfinals in 2009 … Earned best defender honors in 2008 … High school teammate of fellow Warhawk Kelly Riley … Played club soccer for the DFW Tornados Girls 92. Personal: Born May 13, 1992, in Dallas, Texas … Full name is Haleigh Lynne Harrell … Daughter of Bill and Pattie Harrell … Has two brothers, Garret and Cayse … Majoring in psychology.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON

30

GP-GS

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SOG

GW

2010

19-2

0

0

0

2

1

0

TOTAL

19-2

0

0

0

2

1

0


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER PLAYER BIOS

MADDY OCON

SENIOR - DEFENDER/FORWARD LAS VEGAS, NEV. - BISHOP GORMAN HS

18

HANNAH LINZAY SOPHOMORE - GOALKEEPER CHENEYVILLE, LA. - LSU

27

2010 [Junior]: Sat out due to injury.

2010: Redshirted due to injury ... Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll.

2009 [Sophomore]: Sat out due to injury ... Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll.

2009 [Freshman at LSU]: Made two appearances … Played in her first collegiate match against Kentucky (Oct. 9) … Also saw time at Florida (Oct. 22) … Did not allow a goal in 24 minutes combined between the two contests.

2008 [Freshman]: In an injury plagued freshman campaign, appeared in 12 matches for the Warhawks while picking up a trio of starts in non-conference play ... Played as both defender and midfielder ... Scored the first goal of her career, a game winner, at Centenary (9/9) ... Tallied an assist at Belmont (9/12) to finish the season with three total points ... Attempted three shots on the campaign with one coming against goal. Prep: Four-year letterwinner in soccer at Bishop Gorman High School ... Helped the Gaels to back-toback undefeated conference slates as a junior and senior ... Named all-conference as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Scored one goal and added 22 assists during her prep career ... With her club team, Rebels Select, claimed Nevada State Championship and US Club Soccer regional championship following the 2007 season.

Prep: Lettered in soccer, basketball, softball and track and field at Bolton High School … Received the Coaches Award as the team’s MVP in each of her four years at Bolton ... Served as team captain as a junior and senior ... Earned first-team all-district, all-Cenla and all-state honors in 2008 ... Was a three-time first team all-district selection during her high school career ... Also received District 3-3A Defensive MVP honors in 2007 and 2008 ... A three-year member of the Louisiana State Olympic Development Program Team (2006-08) ... Played club soccer with the Baton Rouge Soccer Club. Personal: Born May 23, 1991 … Full name is Hannah Alyssa Linzay … Daughter of Roy and Tammy Linzay … Has an older brother, Trey ... Majoring in kinesiology.

Personal: Born Nov. 20, 1990, in La Canada, Calif. ... Full name is Madeline Patricia Ocon ... Is the daughter of Lawrence and Kristin Ocon ... Has two younger sisters, Ally and Casey, and one younger brother, Nick ... Father Lawrence played water polo for the University of Southern California ... Came from the same high school as teammate Alex Holland and former ULM teammates Tiffany Bombard and Samantha Cashman ... Majoring in business administration and minoring in accounting.

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BETHANY PARK

FRESHMAN - MIDFIELDER CAVE CREEK, ARIZ. - CACTUS SHADOWS HS

FRESHMAN - MIDFIELDER KEY LARGO, FLA. - CORAL SHORES HS

5

Prep: Letter two years at Cactus Shadows High School … Earned first-team all-region as a senior … Tallied 11 goals and a team-best 17 assists and helped her team to a 19-3-1 record and a trip to the 4A Division I state semifinals … Earned second-team all-region honors as a freshman … Coached by Jeff Vittorio … Played club soccer for SC del Sol 93G and coach Ally Maxwell.

Prep: Lettered four years at Coral Shores High School … Tallied 24 goals and 60 assists during her career … twice named team captain … Earned all-county honors as a junior and senior … Helped team to the regional quarterfinals all four years … Named Most Outstanding Midfielder three times … Coached by Arthur Patterson.

Personal: Full name is Bethany Lee Park … Born April 6, 1993, in Bedford, Texas … Daughter of Bart and Cheryl Park … Has one brother, Hayden (20) … Undecided on major.

Personal: Full name is Cerene MacConnnachie Arsenault … Born Oct. 31, 1992, in Homestead, Fla. … Daughter of Clint Arsenault and Kathleen MacConnnachie … Has one sister, Cara (25) … Undecided on major.

AMANDA WILLIAMS FRESHMAN - DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER MIAMI, FLA. - GULLIVER PREP

32

4

CERENE ARSENAULT

9

TAYLOR BONETTI FRESHMAN - FORWARD LAS VEGAS, NEV. - ARBOR VIEW HS

11

Prep: Lettered four years at Gulliver Prep … Helped team to its first ever state championship during senior season … Gulliver Prep finished 29-0 and ranked No. 9 in ESPN’s Powerade Fab 50 … Contributed five goals and four assists in 26 games as a senior … One of five players from Gulliver Prep to earn 3A all-state honors in 2011 … Garnered first-team all-county honors as a sophomore and second-team all-county honors as a junior … Coached by Everton Edwards … Played club soccer for the Kendall Soccer Coalition and coach Thomas Chestnutt.

Prep: Lettered three years at Arber View High School … Earned All-Southern Nevada, All-Sunset Region and All-Northwest League honors as a senior … Finished the regular season tied for 25th in Nevada 4A with seven assists during senior season … Was a key member on the 2009-10 squad that won the Nevada 4A State Championship … Coached by Jay Howard … Played club soccer for Las Vegas Premier and coach Vinny Magliulo … Also ran track, helping the 4X100-meter relay team to a state runner-up finish.

Personal: Full name is Amanda Jayne Williams … Born Sept. 29, 1992, in Miami, Fla. … Daughter of Stewart and Marny Williams … Has two brothers, Pierce (19) and Spencer (11) … Undecided on major.

Personal: Full name is Taylor LeeAnn Bonetti … Born Oct. 14, 1992, in Las Vegas, Nev. … Daughter of Jim and Tonya Bonetti … Plans to major in pre-dental hygiene and minor in kinesiology.


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER PLAYER BIOS

ALYSSA WOODEN FRESHMAN - FORWARD GILBERT, ARIZ. - MESQUITE HS

12

LIZ THOMPSON

JUNIOR - MIDFIELDER NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS - TYLER JC

13

Prep: Lettered one year at Mesquite High School … Posted 11 goals and eight assists during her senior season … Earned honorable mention Arizona 5A all-state … Coached by Scott Smith … Also a member of the seven-time Arizona champion club team, SC Del Sol 93.

Previous School: Played two seasons for Tyler Junior College … Part of 2009 team that won the NJCAA Division I national championship … Her team finished with a 19-0-1 record … Appeared in six matches, scoring one goal … Coached by Corey Rose.

Personal: Full name is Alyssa Kristen Wooden … Born Aug. 7, 1992, in Woodinville, Wash. … Daughter of Glen and Liz Wooden … Has one brother, Cody (21) … Plans to major in criminal justice.

Prep: Letter four years at Nacogdoches High School … Earned first-team all-district and honorable mention all-area as a senior … Named second-team all-area and district defensive MVP during junior season … Coached by Gari Dial … Named academic all-district all four years. Personal: Full name is Elizabeth Camile Thompson … Born Dec. 26, 1989, in Nacogdoches, Texas … Daughter of Tim Thompson and Susan Cox … Has three brothers, Trey (29), Chris (26) and John (22) … Plans to major in general studies.

CAYDENCE LEBER

FRESHMAN - FORWARD SHREVEPORT, LA. - CAPTAIN SHREVE HS

16

Prep: Lettered four years at Captain Shreve High School … Earned second-team LHSSCA All-State honors as a senior … Led her district with 39 goals to go with seven assists … Three-time all-district selection … Two year team captain … Three-time team offensive MVP … Tallied 22 goals and 11 assists as a freshman and was an honorable-mention selection on the Division I All-State freshmen team … coached by Mark Matlock …played club soccer for Shreveport United Elite and coach Mark Matlock … led her club team in scoring three consecutive seasons. Personal: Full name is Caydence Leigh Leber … Born Dec. 20, 1992, in Shreveport, La. … Daughter of Rona Leber … has one brother, Zach, and one sister, Lari … Plans to major in kinesiology and minor in business.

KAT CUNTZ

FRESHMAN - MIDFIELDER/FORWARD MANDEVILLE, LA. - SAINT MARY'S DOMINICAN HS

23

Prep: Lettered four years at Saint Mary’s Dominican High School … 2011 Gatorade Louisiana Player of the Year … Louisiana Division I Player of the Year and first-team LHSSCA All-State selection as a senior … Tallied 12 goals and 15 assists while helping her team to the Louisiana Class 5A State Championship in 2011 … Scored two goals in the championship game against St. Scholastica on her way to being named Most Outstanding Player … District 10 Offensive MVP as a senior … Four-time all-district selection … Earned first-team LHSSCA All-State accolades as a freshman … Coached by Al Silvas … Played club soccer for the Baton Rouge Soccer Club and coach Bo Cassidy … Also competed in cross country … Member of the national honor society and honor roll. Personal: Full name is Katherine Mary Cuntz … Nickname is Kat … Born July 11, 1992, in New Orleans, La. … Daughter of Warren and Marianne Cuntz … Has two brothers, Alex (18) and Kyle (15) … Plans to major in kinesiology and minor in exercise physiology.

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ALEX NEUMANN

SOPHOMORE - DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER OAK PARK, ILL. - MISS. VALLEY STATE

26

Previous School: Started in all 19 matches that she appeared in as a freshman for Mississippi Valley State … Helped the Delta Devilettes to the title game of the SWAC Soccer Championships … Tallied two goals and an assist … Tied for fourth on the team with five points … Took nine shots on the season, including six shots on goal. Prep: Lettered three years at Oak Park and River Forest High School … Earned all-conference honors (2008) … Scored three goals in a regional game … Coached by Paul Wright … Nominee and finalist for the J. Kyle Braid Leadership Award. Personal: Full name is Alexandria Anne Neumann … Born Dec. 8, 1991, in Chicago, Ill. … Daughter of Scott and Lisa Neumann … Has three brothers, Max (17), Ben (15) and Quinn (14) … Plans to major in kinesiology.

LEXI WILKERSON

FRESHMAN - DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER MESQUITE, TEXAS - RALPH H. POTEET HS

Prep: Lettered four years at Ralph H. Poteet High School … Earned District 23-4A MVP and firstteam all-region honors as a senior … Named District Defensive Player of the Year as a junior … First-team all-district as a sophomore and honorable mention all-district as a freshman … Coached by Kelly Thomas … Played club soccer for Sting Royal ’93 and coaches Angie Rigsby and Brad Flanagan … Was scouted and selected to take part in the Pro Select Brazil Training Program in June 2009. Personal: Full name is Alexis Morgan Wilkerson … Born June 3, 1993, in Dallas, Texas … Daughter of Jason and DeeDee Wilkerson … Has one brother, Austin (10) … Plans to major in dental hygiene and minor in education.

SOPHOMORE

FRESHMEN

JUNIOR

SENIOR

34

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER 2010 RECAP 2010 RESULTS DATE 8/20 8/27 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/14 9/17 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29

OPPONENT CENTRAL ARKANSAS vs Portland State1 at UNLV1 CENTENARY NICHOLLS STATE at Northwestern State at McNeese State ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF at Southeastern La. TROY* SOUTH ALABAMA* at North Texas* at No. 25 Denver* UALR* ARKANSAS STATE* at Western Kentucky* at Middle Tennessee* at FIU* FLORIDA ATLANTIC* at UL-Lafayette*

W/L W L O2 L W O2 L OT L L OT L T O2 L L L L L L L L L L L

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

ATT. 217 400 443 106 203 424 165 70 108 237 126 515 342 92 117 268 428 258 118 278

* Sun Belt Conference Game 1 Games played in Las Vegas, Nev.

SAMANTHA CASHMAN

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS -- OVERALL PLAYER Samantha Cashman Tiffany Bombard Alyssa Lopez Amy Porch Kelly Riley Stacey Carmack Ashley Moore Christian Moreno Megan Lindholm Brittany Parker Kylie McIntyre Kardajha Simpkins Taylor Epperson Adison Adams Ashleigh Fitterer Alysaa McAtee Haleigh Harrell Brooke Farmer Tracey Rogers Emily Lybarger Alex Holland Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 20-20 15-15 19-7 20-20 20-13 19-6 20-3 17-13 15-2 11-9 19-19 14-0 20-18 19-9 16-4 20-20 19-2 4-0 2-0 20-20 20-20 20 20

G 4 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 59

A 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 47

PTS 8 6 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 165

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS -- CONFERENCE ONLY SH 24 32 17 56 11 8 5 3 1 2 4 2 17 9 7 3 2 0 0 0 0 203 339

GW 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 17

PK-ATT 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

PLAYER Tiffany Bombard Samantha Cashman Amy Porch Taylor Epperson Alyssa Lopez Adison Adams Stacey Carmack Kylie McIntyre Ashleigh Fitterer Christian Moreno Kelly Riley Ashley Moore Haleigh Harrell Brittany Parker Brooke Farmer Kardajha Simpkins Tracey Rogers Alysaa McAtee Emily Lybarger Megan Lindholm Alex Holland Total............... Opponents...........

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS GOALKEEPER Alex Holland Tracey Rogers Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS MIN 20-20 1863:07 2-0 10:38 20 1873:45 20 1873:45

GA 56 3 59 14

GAA 2.71 25.39 2.83 0.67

GP-GS 8-8 11-11 11-11 11-11 11-4 11-7 11-1 10-10 8-2 11-10 11-7 11-3 11-1 2-1 4-0 7-0 2-0 11-11 11-11 9-1 11-11 11 11

G 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 40

A 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 30

Pts 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 110

Sh 14 10 28 12 10 8 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 101 202

GW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11

PK-AT 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

Save W-L-T 73 0-11-0 1 0-0-0 74 0-11-0 49 11-0-0

SHO 0 0 0 9

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS SA W-L-T 119 2-17-1 1 0-0-0 120 2-17-1 83 17-2-1

SHO 1 0 1 11

GOALTENDERS Alex Holland Tracey Rogers Total............... Opponents...........

GP Minutes 11-11 979:22 2-0 10:38 11 990:00 11 990:00

GA 37 3 40 2

GAA 3.40 25.39 3.64 0.18

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER 2010 RECAP 2010 SUN BELT REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS TEAM Denver Middle Tennessee North Texas FIU Troy Western Kentucky Florida Atlantic Louisiana-Lafayette Arkansas State South Alabama UALR ULM

------------------CONFERENCE------------------- W L T PCT. STR. 11 0 0 1.000 W11 9 2 0 .818 W6 7 3 1 .682 L1 7 4 0 .636 W1 6 5 0 .545 W1 6 5 0 .545 L3 5 6 0 .455 L1 5 6 0 .455 W2 3 7 0 .300 L2 3 8 0 .273 L1 2 7 1 .250 L1 0 11 0 .000 L11

--------------------OVERALL---------------------W L T PCT. 19 2 1 .886 13 8 2 .609 12 7 2 .619 11 9 1 .548 11 8 1 .575 9 8 3 .525 6 12 0 .333 10 11 0 .476 7 10 1 .417 5 14 1 .275 6 12 1 .342 2 17 1 .132

STR. T1 T2 L2 L1 L1 T1 L1 L1 L2 L1 L1 L11

SUN BELT CONFERENCE 2010November SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP 3-6, 2010 > Bowling Green, KY

FIRST ROUND • NOVEMBER 3 NO. 1 DENVER

SECOND ROUND • NOVEMBER 4 2 NO. 1 DENVER

MATCH 1, WED., NOV. 3 • 10 AM NO. 8 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE

FINALS • NOVEMBER 6

1

1 NO. 1 DENVER

MATCH 5, THURS., NOV. 4 • 4 PM NO. 4 FIU

2 NO. 4 FIU

MATCH 2, WED., NOV. 3 • 1 PM NO. 5 TROY

NO. 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE

1

0

SUN BELT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH 7, SAT. NOV. 6 • 1 PM

NO. 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE

1

1 NO. 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE

36

0

0 NO. 6 WKU

MATCH 4, WED., NOV. 3 • 7 PM NO. 6 WKU

* Middle Tennessee Wins SBC Title on Penalty Kicks 3-2

* Middle Tennessee Advances on Penalty Kicks 4-3

MATCH 6, THURS., NOV. 4 • 7 PM NO. 3 NORTH TEXAS

* The Sun Belt Conference Champion earns the automatic bid to the Women’s NCAA Soccer Tournament.

3

MATCH 3, WED., NOV. 3 • 4 PM NO. 7 FLORIDA ATLANTIC

0

3

1 NOTE: The host team reserves the right to choose the playing time for their first round game only. All times are subject to change.


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER 2010 RECAP TEAM STATISTICS -- SUN BELT SHOTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 384 ....... 17.45 2. North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 351 ....... 16.71 3. Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 341 ....... 14.83 4. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 282 ....... 14.10 5. FIU .........................................................................................21 . ......... 278 ....... 13.24 6. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 263 ....... 12.52 7. Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 239 ....... 12.58 8. UALR . ....................................................................................20 . ......... 230 ....... 11.50 9. South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 229 ....... 11.45 10. Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 204 ....... 10.74 11. ULM........................................................................ 20 ........ 203 ...... 10.15 12. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 197 ....... 9.85 POINTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 142 ....... 6.45 2. North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 125 ....... 5.95 3. Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 113 ....... 4.91 4. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 91 ......... 4.55 5. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 89 ......... 4.24 6. FIU .........................................................................................21 . ......... 84 ......... 4.00 7. UALR . ....................................................................................20 . ......... 80 ......... 4.00 8. South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 77 ......... 3.85 9. Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 74 ......... 3.89 10. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 69 ......... 3.45 11. Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 54 ......... 2.84 12. ULM........................................................................ 20 ........ 35 ....... 1.75 GOALS GP NO. AVG. 1. North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 48 ......... 2.29 2. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 47 ......... 2.14 3. Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 38 ......... 1.65 4. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 33 ......... 1.65 5. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 31 ......... 1.48 6. FIU .........................................................................................21 . ......... 30 ......... 1.43 7. UALR . ....................................................................................20 . ......... 28 ......... 1.40 8. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 26 ......... 1.30 9. Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 25 ......... 1.32 South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 25 ......... 1.25 11. Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 19 ......... 1.00 12. ULM ....................................................................... 20 ........ 14 ....... 0.70

5. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 24 ......... 1.20 6. Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 25 ......... 1.09 7. Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 27 ......... 1.42 8. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 28 ......... 1.33 9. South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 38 ......... 1.90 Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 38 ......... 2.00 11. UALR . ....................................................................................20 . ......... 48 ......... 2.40 12. ULM ....................................................................... 20 ........ 59 ....... 2.95 SAVES GP NO. AVG. 1. South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 139 ....... 6.95 2. UALR . ....................................................................................20 . ......... 138 ....... 6.90 3. ULM ....................................................................... 20 ........ 120 ...... 6.00 4. Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 105 ....... 5.53 5. Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 104 ....... 4.52 6. Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 100 ....... 5.26 7. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 98 ......... 4.90 8. FIU .........................................................................................21 . ......... 92 ......... 4.38 9. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 91 ......... 4.33 10. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 85 ......... 4.25 11. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 77 ......... 3.50 12. North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 72 ......... 3.43 SHUTOUTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 12 ......... 0.55 2. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 9 ........... 0.45 North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 9 ........... 0.43 4. FIU . .......................................................................................21 . ......... 8 ........... 0.38 Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 8 ........... 0.35 6. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 7 ........... 0.33 7. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 6 ........... 0.30 8. Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 4 ........... 0.21 Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 4 ........... 0.21 10. UALR .....................................................................................20 . ......... 2 ........... 0.10 South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 2 ........... 0.10 12. ULM ....................................................................... 20 ........ 1 ......... 0.05 ALYSSA MCATEE

ASSISTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 48 ......... 2.18 2. Middle Tennessee ..................................................................23 . ......... 37 ......... 1.61 3. North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 29 ......... 1.38 4. Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................................................21 . ......... 27 ......... 1.29 South Alabama ......................................................................20 . ......... 27 ......... 1.35 6. Troy . ......................................................................................20 . ......... 25 ......... 1.25 7. Florida Atlantic ......................................................................19 . ......... 24 ......... 1.26 FIU .........................................................................................21 . ......... 24 ......... 1.14 UALR . ....................................................................................20 . ......... 24 ......... 1.20 10. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 17 ......... 0.85 11. Arkansas State .......................................................................19 . ......... 16 ......... 0.84 12. ULM ....................................................................... 20 ........ 7 ......... 0.35 GOALS ALLOWED GP NO. AVG. 1. Denver ...................................................................................22 . ......... 15 ......... 0.68 2. North Texas ............................................................................21 . ......... 17 ......... 0.81 3. FIU .........................................................................................21 . ......... 19 ......... 0.90 4. Western Kentucky . ................................................................20 . ......... 21 ......... 1.05

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER 2010 RECAP INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS -- SUN BELT SHOTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Nicholette DiGiacomo-DEN.....................................................22 . ......... 82 ......... 3.73 2. Vanessa Mueggler-MT ...........................................................23 . ......... 77 ......... 3.35 3. Michelle Young-NT . ...............................................................21 . ......... 62 ......... 2.95 4. Chelsea Leiva-FIU ..................................................................21 . ......... 59 ......... 2.81 5. Amy Porch-ULM....................................................... 20 ........ 56 ....... 2.80 Kaitlin Bast-DEN ....................................................................22 . ......... 56 ......... 2.55 7. Ruth Sutcliffe-TROY ...............................................................20 . ......... 54 ......... 2.70 8. Kelsey Hodges-NT . ................................................................20 . ......... 53 ......... 2.65 9. Mallory Outerbridge-WKU . ...................................................20 . ......... 51 ......... 2.55 Ellen Scarfone-NT ..................................................................21 . ......... 51 ......... 2.43 POINTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Kaitlin Bast-DEN ....................................................................22 . ......... 32 ........ 1.45 2. Vanessa Mueggler-MT ...........................................................23 . ......... 31 ......... 1.35 3. Kalie Vaughn-DEN . ................................................................22 . ......... 28 ......... 1.27 4. Ruth Sutcliffe-TROY ...............................................................20 . ......... 25 ......... 1.25 5. Mallory Outerbridge-WKU . ...................................................JR ........... 24 ......... 1.20 6. Ellen Scarfone-NT ..................................................................SO .......... 23 ......... 1.10 Nicholette DiGiacomo-DEN ....................................................FR . ......... 23 ......... 1.05 8. Chelsea Leiva-FIU ..................................................................FR . ......... 22 ......... 1.05 Kristen Hamilton-DEN . ..........................................................FR . ......... 22 ......... 1.00 Whitney Jorgenson-MT . ........................................................SO .......... 22 ......... 0.96

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rebecca Cushing-MT . ............................................................23 . ......... 99 ......... 4.30 Courtney Zwetsch-FAU . .........................................................18 . ......... 96 ......... 5.33 Melanie Raimo-FIU . ..............................................................21 . ......... 90 ......... 4.29 Ashley Branham-TROY ...........................................................17 . ......... 81 ......... 4.76 Libby Stout-WKU ...................................................................19 . ......... 77 ......... 4.05 Lara Campbell-DEN . ..............................................................22 . ......... 76 ......... 3.45 Amanda Moorefield-ULL .......................................................20 . ......... 72 ......... 3.60

SHUTOUTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Lara Campbell-DEN . ..............................................................22 . ......... 9 ........... 0.41 2. Libby Stout-WKU ...................................................................19 . ......... 8 ........... 0.42 3. Rebecca Cushing-MT . ............................................................23 . ......... 7 ........... 0.30 Melanie Raimo-FIU . ..............................................................21 . ......... 7 ........... 0.33 5. Mandy Hall-NT . .....................................................................20 . ......... 6 ........... 0.30 6. Ashley Branham-TROY ...........................................................17 . ......... 5 ........... 0.29 7. Courtney Zwetsch-FAU . .........................................................18 . ......... 4 ........... 0.22 Amanda Moorefield-ULL .......................................................20 . ......... 4 ........... 0.20 9. Susan Brown-ASU . ................................................................11 . ......... 3 ........... 0.27 10. Melissa Drish-USA . ................................................................20 . ......... 2 ........... 0.10

GOALS GP NO. AVG. 1. Kaitlin Bast-DEN ....................................................................22 . ......... 14 ......... 0.64 2. Vanessa Mueggler-MT ...........................................................23 . ......... 12 ......... 0.52 3. Mallory Outerbridge-WKU . ...................................................20 . ......... 10 ......... 0.50 Chelsea Leiva-FIU ..................................................................21 . ......... 10 ......... 0.48 Kalie Vaughn-DEN . ................................................................22 . ......... 10 ......... 0.45 6. Ruth Sutcliffe-TROY ...............................................................20 . ......... 9 ........... 0.45 Kelsey Hodges-NT . ................................................................20 . ......... 9 ........... 0.45 8. Mary Morris-TROY . ................................................................20 . ......... 8 ........... 0.40 Michelle Young-NT . ...............................................................21 . ......... 8 ........... 0.38 Julie Lackey-NT . ....................................................................21 . ......... 8 ........... 0.38 ASSISTS GP NO. AVG. 1. Nicholette DiGiacomo-DEN ....................................................22 . ......... 15 ......... 0.68 2. Ellen Scarfone-NT ..................................................................21 . ......... 9 ........... 0.43 3. Kristen Hamilton-DEN . ..........................................................22 . ......... 8 ........... 0.36 Kalie Vaughn-DEN . ................................................................22 . ......... 8 ........... 0.36 Whitney Jorgenson-MT . ........................................................23 . ......... 8 ........... 0.35 6. Linsey Snavely-USA ...............................................................19 . ......... 7 ........... 0.37 Ruth Sutcliffe-TROY ...............................................................20 . ......... 7 ........... 0.35 Vanessa Mueggler-MT ...........................................................23 . ......... 7 ........... 0.30 Regina Thomas-MT ................................................................23 . ......... 7 ........... 0.30 10. Jacquelyn Paz-UALR ..............................................................20 . ......... 6 ........... 0.30 GAME-WINNING GOALS GP NO. AVG. 1. Chelsea Leiva-FIU ..................................................................21 . ......... 5 ........... 0.24 Kaitlin Bast-DEN ....................................................................22 . ......... 5 ........... 0.23 3. Ruth Sutcliffe-TROY ...............................................................20 . ......... 4 ........... 0.20 Kristen Hamilton-DEN . ..........................................................22 . ......... 4 ........... 0.18 Whitney Jorgenson-MT . ........................................................23 . ......... 4 ........... 0.17 Vanessa Mueggler-MT ...........................................................23 . ......... 4 ........... 0.17 SAVES GP NO. AVG. 1. Melissa Drish-USA . ................................................................20 . ......... 127 ....... 6.35 2. Jane Picarelli-UALR . ..............................................................20 . ......... 120 ....... 6.00 3. Alex Holland-ULM ................................................... 20 ........ 119 ...... 5.95

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER HISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS YEAR COACH 1999 Rena Richardson 2000 Rena Richardson 2001 Stacy Lamb 2002 Stacy Lamb 2003 Stacy Lamb 2004 Stacy Lamb 2005 Stacy Lamb 2006 Stacy Lamb 2007 Stacy Lamb 2008 Stacy Lamb 2009 Stacy Lamb 2010 Stacy Lamb

OVERALL RECORD CONFERENCE 5-15-0 Southland 5-14-1 Southland 9-10-2 Southland 6-11-4 Southland 9-11-2 Southland 14-6-2 Southland 9-9-2 Southland 5-13-2 Sun Belt 8-11-1 Sun Belt 4-13-1 Sun Belt 3-14-2 Sun Belt 2-17-1 Sun Belt

CONFERENCE RECORD (PLACE) 3-9-0 (6th) 4-7-1 (5th) 7-5-0 (2nd) 6-3-3 (3rd) 6-5-1 (5th) 7-4-1 (4th) 2-3-2 (5th) 1-9-1 (10th) 4-6-1 (9th) 1-9-1 (12th) 2-9-0 (11th) 0-11-0 (12th)

GOALS 17 17 32 23 29 40 39 23 23 27 19 14

ASSISTS POINTS 13 47 10 44 16 80 14 60 16 74 23 103 26 104 18 64 19 65 19 73 16 54 7 35

SHOTS 226 267 335 295 362 321 305 279 278 222 216 203

SAVES 173 118 148 208 162 163 97 150 125 99 120 120

GA 48 41 42 46 34 33 29 40 36 45 65 59

GAA 2.34 1.94 1.90 2.09 1.54 1.43 1.41 1.94 1.78 2.47 3.32 2.83

SHO 4 3 2 3 3 5 7 4 5 2 1 1

COACHING HISTORY

Rena Richardson

1999-2000 Overall Record: 10-29-1 Conference Record: 7-16-1

Stacy Lamb

2001-Present Overall Record: 69-115-19 Conference Record: 36-64-10

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS RENA RICHARDSON YEARS: 1999-2000 (2) OVERALL RECORD: 10-29-1 SOUTHLAND RECORD: 7-16-1

1999 5-15-0 Overall, 3-9-0 Southland Head Coach: Rena Richardson Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 16 Oct. 22 Oct. 24

at LSU at UALR at Tennesssee Tech at Middle Tennesssee at McNeese State* SOUTHEASTERN LA.* STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* SOUTH ALABAMA at Southeastern La.* at Nicholls State* NORTHWESTERN STATE* vs. Loyola (N.O.) # at Stephen F. Austin* McNEESE STATE* at Texas State* at Southern Miss at Northwestern State* TEXAS STATE* NICHOLLS STATE* at Centenary

2003 9-11-2 Overall, 6-5-1 Southland Southland Conference Tournament: 1-1 Head Coach: Stacy Lamb

STACY LAMB YEARS: 2001-Present (10) OVERALL RECORD: 69-115-19 SOUTHLAND RECORD: 28-20-7 SUN BELT RECORD: 8-44-3

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0-5 0-3 1-0 1-3 0-4 2-4 2-1 0-4 0-2 1-2 1-0 3-0 0-3 0-2 0-2 0-7 1-2 2-3 3-0 0-1

* Southland Conference Match # Played in Lafayette, La.

2001 9-10-2 Overall, 7-5-0 Southland Southland Conference Tournament: 0-1 Head Coach: Stacy Lamb Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 2

vs. Birmingham Southern # at Arkansas State # UALR at South Alabama at Northwestern State* STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* McNEESE STATE* LSU at Nicholls State* at Southeastern La.* at UL-Lafayette at Texas State* at Tulane TEXAS STATE* NORTHWESTERN STATE* SOUTHEASTERN LA.* NICHOLLS STATE* CENTENARY at McNeese State* at Stephen F. Austin* vs. Southeastern La. $

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

Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 Nov. 6 Nov. 7

Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 6 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22

at Alabama LSU at Memphis UL-LAFAYETTE McNEESE STATE* SOUTHERN MISS at Centenary at McNeese State* SOUTHEASTERN LA.* at Nicholls State* NORTHWESTERN STATE* at Texas State* STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* at Colorado College at Denver at Northwestern State* TEXAS STATE* at Southeastern La.* NICHOLLS STATE* at Stephen F. Austin*

* Southland Conference Match

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

at Alabama at Weber State # vs. IUPUI # at UALR at LSU UL-LAFAYETTE NORTHWESTERN STATE* at McNeese State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Arkansas SOUTHEASTERN LA.* NICHOLLS STATE* at Centenary TEXAS STATE* at Northwestern State* at Texas State* at Nicholls State* STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* McNEESE STATE* at Southeastern La. $

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* Southland Conference Match # Wildcat Tournament in Ogden, Utah $ Southland Conference Tournament in Hammond, La.

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

2004 14-6-2 Overall, 7-4-1 Southland Southland Conference Tournament: 2-1 Head Coach: Stacy Lamb

2002 6-11-4 Overall, 6-3-3 Southland Southland Conference Tournament: 0-1 Head Coach: Stacy Lamb Sept. 1 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 3 Nov. 8

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* Southland Conference Match # UTEP Tournament in El Paso, Texas & Middle Tennessee Tournament in Murfreesboro, Tenn. $ Southland Conference Tournament in Natchitoches, La.

* Southland Conference Match # Arkansas State Tournament in Jonesboro, Ark. $ Southland Conference Tournament in San Marcos, Texas 2000 5-14-1 Overall, 4-7-1 Southland Head Coach: Rena Richardson

at UTEP # vs. Northern Iowa # at Middle Tennessee & vs. Alabama A&M & CENTENARY at UL-Lafayette ARKANSAS STATE UALR at Northwestern State* at Nicholls State* SOUTHEASTERN LA.* at Sam Houston State* at Texas State* at Stephen F. Austin* at McNeese State* SAM HOUSTON STATE* TEXAS STATE* at Nicholls State* at Southeastern La. NORTHWESTERN STATE* at Northwestern State $ vs. Southeastern La. $

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

Aug. 27 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 29 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Nov. 7

at Tulane UTEP at UALR at Tennessee-Martin vs. Murray State # GRAMBLING JACKSON STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE* at Sam Houston State* at Texas State* STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* McNEESE STATE* NICHOLLS STATE* SOUTHEASTERN LA.* at Stephen F. AUSTIN* at McNeese State* SAM HOUSTON STATE* TEXAS STATE* at Northwestern State at Southeastern La. $ vs. Stephen F. Austin $ vs. Texas State $

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* Southland Conference Match # Played in Martin, Tenn. $ Southland Conference Tournament in Hammond, La.

0-0 1-7 3-1 2-0 1-0 3-0 6-0 1-3 4-2 2-1 0-6 1-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 1-2 4-3 2-1 0-1


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Aug. 26 Aug. 28 Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Nov. 3

vs. Alabama A&M # vs. Tennesse-Martin # at Georgia PRAIRIE VIEW UALR ALCORN STATE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY at Grambling at South Alabama vs. Troy & vs. Utah Valley State ^ at UTEP NORTHWESTERN STATE* at Texas State* at McNeese State* at Nicholls State* at Southeastern La.* STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* SAM HOUSTON STATE* vs. Sam Houston State $

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

* Southland Conference Match # Played in Mobile, Ala. ^ Played in El Paso, Texas $ Southland Conference Tournament in Natchitoches, La.

Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 2

McNEESE STATE at Northwestern State NICHOLLS STATE SOUTHERN at Mississippi Valley Grambling at Centenary at Alabama A&M CENTRAL ARKANSAS NORTH TEXAS* DENVER* at Arkansas State* at UALR* FIU* Florida Atlantic* at Western Kentucky* at Middle Tennessee* TROY* SOUTH ALABAMA* at UL-Lafayette*

* Sun Belt Conference Match

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at Southern at Grambling CENTENARY at Oral Roberts # at (17) Oklahoma State # at Nicholls State LOUISIANA TECH NORTHWESTERN STATE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY at North Texas* at Denver* ARKANSAS STATE* UALR* at FIU* at Florida Atlantic* WESTERN KENTUCKY* MIDDLE TENNESSEE* at Troy* at South Alabama* UL-LAFAYETTE*

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2-0 1-2 2-0 1-4 0-7 2-0 2-1 1-5 0-1 0-7 0-1 5-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 2-1 0-1 3-1

* Sun Belt Conference Match # Cowgirl Classic in Tulsa/Stilwater, Okla.

2006 5-13-2 Overall, 1-9-1 Sun Belt Head Coach: Stacy Lamb Aug. 27 Aug. 30 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 19 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27

2009 3-14-2 Overall, 2-9-0 Sun Belt Head Coach: Stacy Lamb

2007 8-11-1 Oveall, 4-6-1 Sun Belt Head Coach: Stacy Lamb

2005 9-9-2 Overall, 2-3-2 Southland Southland Conference Tournament: 0-1 Head Coach: Stacy Lamb

Aug. 22 Aug. 26 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 31 Nov. 1

Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct. 31

vs. Lamar # CENTRAL ARKANSAS at Centenary at Belmont & vs. Murray State & vs. Boise State ^ at Northern Arizona ^ DENVER* NORTH TEXAS* at UALR* at Arkansas State* FLORIDA ATLANTIC* FIU* at Middle Tennessee* at Western Kentucky SOUTH ALABAMA* TROY* at UL-Lafayaette*

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* Sun Belt Conference Match & Belmont/Mafioza’s Tournament in Nashville, Tenn. ^ NAU Classic in Flagstaff, Ariz.

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

* Sun Belt Conference Match ^ Tulsa Invitational in Tulsa, Okla.

2008 4-13-1 Overall, 1-9-1 Sun Belt Head Coach: Stacy Lamb 0-2 1-2 1-1 6-1 0-1 1-0 3-0 1-2 1-0 2-4 0-5 0-4 0-3 1-2 0-2 0-2 2-6 4-2 0-1 0-0

Belhaven (Miss.) at Northwestern State at Oral Roberts ^ vs. Tulsa ^ SOUTHEASTERN LA. at Central Arkansas McNEESE STATE at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Denver* at North Texas* UALR* at Florida Atlantic* at FIU* MIDDLE TENNESSEE* WESTERN KENTUCKY* at South Alabama* at Troy* UL-LAFAYETTE* ARKANSAS STATE

2010 2-17-1 Overall, 0-11-0 Sun Belt Head Coach: Stacy Lamb 5-0 3-1 3-0 2-3 0-3 0-3 2-5 1-2 3-2 0-2 1-1 3-4 1-2 0-3 0-3 1-4 0-2 2-5

Aug. 20 Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 29

CENTRAL ARKANSAS vs. Portland State ^ at UNLV ^ CENTENARY NICHOLLS STATE at Northwestern State at McNeese State ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF at Southeastern La. TROY* SOUTH ALABAMA* at North Texas* at (25) Denver* UALR* ARKANSAS STATE* at Western Kentucky* at Middle Tennessee* at FIU* FLORIDA ATLANTIC* at UL-Lafayette*

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

* Sun Belt Conference Match ^ Las Vegas Invitational in Las Vegas, Nev.

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER RECORD VS. ALL OPPENENTS ALABAMA (O-2) Tuscaloosa, Ala. L, 1-4 Aug. 25, 2000 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L, 0-4 Sept. 1, 2002 ALABAMA A&M (1-2) Murfreesboro, Tenn. W, 3-1 Monroe, La. L, 1-2 Huntsville, Ala. L, 1-2 (ot)

Sept. 7, 2003 Aug. 25, 2005 Sept. 15, 2006

ALCORN STATE (1-0) Monroe, La. W, 9-0

Sept. 9, 2005

ARKANSAS (0-1) Fayetteville, Ark. L, 0-6

Oct. 10, 2002

UALR (5-6) Little Rock, Ark. Monroe, La. Little Rock, Ark. Monroe, La. Little Rock, Ark. Monroe, La. *Little Rock, Ark. *Monroe, La. *Little Rock, Ark. *Monroe, La. *Monroe, La.

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

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF (0-1-1) Pine-Bluff, Ark. T, 1-1 (2ot) Monroe, La. L, 1-2

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Aug. 29, 1999 Sept. 5, 2001 Sept. 10, 2002 Sept. 21, 2003 Sept. 8, 2004 Sept. 7, 2005 Oct. 1, 2006 Oct. 7, 2007 Oct. 3, 2008 Oct. 2, 2009 Oct. 8, 2010 Sept. 22, 2009 Sept. 14, 2010

ARKANSAS STATE (1-5-1) Jonesboro, Ark. L, 0-2 Monroe, La. L, 1-2 *Jonesboro, Ark. L, 0-4 *Monroe, La. W, 5-1 *Jonesboro, Ark. T, 1-1 *Monroe, La. L, 1-5 *Monroe, La. L, 1-2

Sept. 2, 2001 Sept. 19, 2003 Sept. 29, 2006 Oct. 5, 2007 Oct. 5, 2008 Nov. 1, 2009 Oct. 10, 2010

BELHAVEN COLLEGE (1-0) Monroe, La. W, 5-1

Aug. 22, 2009

BELMONT (0-1) Nashville, Tenn. L, 2-3

Sept. 12, 2008

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN (0-0-1) Jonesboro, Ark. T, 1-1 (2ot)

Aug. 31, 2001

BOISE STATE (0-1) Flagstaff, Ariz. L, 0-3

Sept. 19, 2008

CENTENARY (6-2-1) Shreveport, La. L, 0-1 (ot) Shreveport, La. W, 2-1 Monroe, La. W, 2-1 Shreveport, La. L, 0-3 Monroe, La. T, 2-2 (2ot) Shverport, La. W, 3-0 Monroe, La. W, 2-0 Shreveport, La. W, 3-0 Monroe, La. W, 3-2 (2ot)

Oct. 24, 1999 Sept. 15, 2000 Oct. 23, 2001 Oct. 9, 2002 Sept. 12, 2003 Sept. 12, 2006 Sept. 5, 2007 Sept. 9, 2008 Sept. 3, 2010

CENTAL ARKANSAS (3-0-1) Monroe, La. W, 1-0 (ot) Monroe, La. W, 3-1 Conway, Ark. T, 0-0 (2ot) Monroe, La. W, 1-0

Sept. 17, 2006 Sept. 7, 2008 Sept. 16, 2009 Aug. 20, 2010

COLORADO COLLEGE (0-1) Colorado Springs, Colo. L, 0-3

Oct. 6, 2000

DENVER (0-6) Denver, Colo. L, 1-5 *Monroe, La. L, 0-5 *Denver, Colo. L, 0-1 *Monroe, La. L, 1-2 *Denver, Colo. L, 0-6 *Denver, Colo. L, 0-4

Oct. 8, 2000 Sept. 24, 2006 Sept. 30, 2007 Sept. 26, 2008 Sept. 25, 2009 Oct. 3, 2010

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (1-4) *Monroe, La. L, 0-2 *Boca Raton, Fla. W, 1-0 *Monroe, La. L, 3-4 *Boca Raton, Fla. L, 1-4 *Monroe, La. L, 0-2

Oct. 8, 2006 Oct. 14, 2007 Oct. 10, 2008 Oct. 9, 2009 Oct. 24, 2010

FIU (0-4-1) *Monroe, La. *Miami, Fla. *Monroe, La. *Miami, Fla. *Miami, Fla.

L, 1-2 T, 0-0 (2ot) L, 1-2 L, 1-5 L, 0-5

Oct. 6, 2006 Oct. 12, 2007 Oct. 12, 2008 Oct. 11, 2009\ Oct. 21, 2010

GEORGIA (0-1) Athens, Ga. L, 0-5

Aug. 31, 2005

GRAMBLING STATE (3-1) Monroe, La. W, 3-0 Grambling, La. W, 4-1 Monroe, La. W, 1-0 Grambling, La. L, 1-2

Sept. 16, 2004 Sept. 14, 2005 Sept. 10, 2006 Sept. 2, 2007

IUPUI (0-1) Ogden, Utah

Sept. 7, 2002

L, 1-2

JACKSON STATE (1-0) Monroe, La. W, 6-0

Sept. 19, 2004

LAMAR (1-0) Lake Charles, La. W, 5-0

Aug. 29, 2008

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (2-5-2) Monroe, La. L, 2-3 (ot) Lafayette, La. L, 0-1 Monroe, La. T, 3-3 (2ot) Lafayette, La. L, 0-1 (ot) *Lafayette, La. T, 0-0 (2ot) *Monroe, La. W, 3-1 *Lafayette, La. L, 2-5 *Monroe, La. W, 3-2 (2ot) *Lafayette, La. L, 0-6

Sept. 3, 2000 Oct. 3, 2001 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 14, 2003 Oct. 27, 2006 Nov. 2, 2007 Oct. 31, 2008 Oct. 31, 2009 Oct. 29, 2010

LOUISIANA TECH (1-0) Monroe, La. W, 2-1

Sept. 16, 2007

LOYOLA-NEW ORLEANS (1-0) Lafayette, La. W, 3-0

Oct. 3, 1999

LSU (0-3-1) Baton Rouge, La. L, 0-5 Monroe, La. L, 2-4 Monroe, La. T, 2-2 (2ot) Baton Rouge, La. L, 0-4 MCNEESE STATE (7-7-1) *Lake Charles, La. L, 0-4 *Monroe, La. L, 0-2 *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 (2ot)

Aug. 27, 1999 Aug. 27, 2000 Sept. 26, 2001 Sept. 13, 2002 Sept. 8, 1999 Oct. 8, 1999 Sept. 6, 2000

*Lake Charles, La. *Monroe, La. *Lake Charles, La. *Lake Charles, La. *Monroe, La. *Lake Charles, La. *Monroe, La. *Lake Charles, La. *Lake Charles, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Lake Charles, La.

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

Sept. 19, 2000 Sept. 23, 2001 Oct. 26, 2001 Sept. 27, 2002 Nov. 3, 2002 Oct. 12, 2003 Oct. 3, 2004 Oct. 17, 2004 Oct. 14, 2005 Aug. 27, 2006 Sept. 18, 2009 Sept. 12, 2010

MEMPHIS (0-1) Memphis, Tenn. L, 0-3

Sept. 1, 2000

MIDDLE TENNESSEE (0-7) Murfreesboro, Tenn. L, 1-3 Murfreesboro, Tenn. L, 0-5 *Murfreesboro, Tenn. L, 2-6 *Monroe, La. L, 0-1 *Murfreesboro, Tenn. L, 0-3 *Monroe, La. L, 1-6 *Murfreesboro, Tenn. L, 0-4

Sept. 5, 1999 Sept. 5, 2003 Oct. 15, 2006 Oct. 21, 2007 Oct. 17, 2008 Oct. 16, 2009 Oct. 17, 2010

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (1-2) Monroe, La. W, 2-1 Itta Bena, Miss. L, 0-1 Monroe, La. L, 0-1

Sept. 11, 2005 Sept. 8, 2006 Sept. 21, 2007

MURRAY STATE (1-1) Martin, Tenn. W, 1-0 Nashville, Tenn. L, 0-3

Sept. 12, 2004 Sept. 14, 2008

NICHOLLS STATE (11-3-1) *Thibodaux, La. L, 1-2 *Monroe, La. W, 3-0 *Thibodaux, La. W, 1-0 *Monroe, La. W, 1-0 *Thibodaux, La. L, 1-2 *Monroe, La. W, 6-1 *Monroe, La. W, 4-0 *Thibodaux, La. W, 2-1 *Thibodaux, La. W, 3-2 (ot) *Thibodaux, La. W, 2-1 *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 *Thibodaux, La. W, 6-0 *Monroe, La. T, 1-1 (2ot) Thibodaux, La. W, 2-0 Monroe, La. L, 2-3 (ot)

Sept. 26, 1999 Oct. 22, 1999 Sept. 24, 2000 Oct. 20, 2000 Sept. 28, 2001 Oct. 21, 2001 Oct. 6, 2002 Oct. 25, 2002 Sept. 26, 2003 Oct. 24, 2003 Oct. 8, 2004 Oct. 16, 2005 Sept. 3, 2006 Sept. 14, 2007 Sept. 5, 2010

NORTH TEXAS (1-4) *Monroe, La. L, 2-4 *Denton, Texas L, 0-7 *Monroe, La. W, 3-2 *Denton, Texas L, 0-4 *Denton, Texas L, 0-4

Sept. 22, 2006 Sept. 28, 2007 Sept. 28, 2008 Sept. 27, 2009 Oct. 1, 2010

NORTHERN ARIZONA (0-1) Flagstaff, Ariz. L, 2-5

Sept. 21, 2008

NORTHERN IOWA (0-1) El Paso, Texas L, 0-1

Aug. 31, 2003

NORTHWESTERN STATE (4-12-2) *Monroe, La. W, 1-0 (ot) *Natchitoches, La. L, 1-2 *Monroe, La. L, 0-3 *Natchitoches, La. L, 0-2 *Natchitoches, La. W, 3-2 (2ot)

Sept. 29, 1999 Oct. 15, 1999 Sept. 26, 2000 Oct. 11, 2000 Sept. 19, 2001


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER RECORD VS. ALL OPPENENTS *Monroe, La. *Monroe, La. *Natchitoches, La. *Natchitoches, La. *Monroe, La. Natchitoches, La. *Monroe, La. *Natchitoches, La. *Monroe, La. Natchitoches, La. Monroe, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La.

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

Oct. 17, 2001 Sept. 25, 2002 Oct. 16, 2002 Sept. 24, 2003 Oct. 31, 2003 Nov. 6, 2003 Sept. 21, 2004 Oct. 29, 2004 Oct. 5, 2005 Aug. 30, 2006 Sept. 19, 2007 Aug. 26, 2009 Sept. 10, 2010

OKLAHOMA STATE (0-1) Stillwater, Okla. (17) L, 0-7

Sept. 9, 2007

ORAL ROBERTS (0-2) Tulsa, Okla. L, 1-4 Tulsa, Okla. L, 1-4

Sept. 7, 2007 Sept. 4, 2009

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (1-0) Monroe, La. W, 6-0

Sept. 2, 2005

PORTLAND STATE (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev.

L, 2-3 (2ot)

Aug. 27, 2010

SAM HOUSTON STATE (4-1-1) *Huntsville, Texas W, 4-1 *Monroe, La. W, 1-0 *Huntsville, Texas W, 4-2 *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 *Monroe, La. T, 1-1 (2ot) Natchitoches, La. L, 1-2

Oct. 3, 2003 Oct. 17, 2003 Sept. 24, 2004 Oct. 22, 2004 Oct. 30, 2005 Nov. 3, 2005

SOUTH ALABAMA (0-8) Monroe, La. L, 0-4 Mobile, Ala. L, 0-2 Mobile, Ala. L, 0-1 *Monroe, La. L, 0-1 *Mobile, Ala. L, 0-1 *Monroe, La. L, 1-4 *Mobile, Ala. L, 0-1 *Monroe, La. L, 0-4

Sept. 19, 1999 Sept. 7, 2001 Sept. 16, 2005 Oct. 22, 2006 Oct. 28, 2007 Oct. 24, 2008 Oct. 23, 2009 Sept. 26, 2010

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA (6-10-2) *Monroe, La. L, 2-4 *Hammond, La. L, 0-2 *Monroe, La. W, 1-0 (ot) *Hammond, La. L, 1-2 *Hammond, La. W, 1-0 *Monroe, La. L, 1-3 San Marcos, Texas L, 1-2 *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 *Hammond, La. T, 2-2 (ot) Hammond, La. L, 0-5 *Monroe, La. L, 1-4 *Hammond, La. L, 0-4 Natchitoches, La. L, 0-1 *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 Hammond, La. W, 4-3 *Hammond, La. W, 1-0 Monroe, La. L, 0-2 Hammond, La. T, 1-1 (2ot)

Sept. 11, 1999 Sept. 24, 1999 Sept. 22, 2000 Oct. 15, 2000 Sept. 30, 2001 Oct. 19, 2001 Nov. 2, 2001 Oct. 4, 2002 Oct. 27, 2002 Nov. 8, 2002 Sept. 28, 2003 Oct. 26, 2003 Nov. 7, 2003 Oct. 10, 2004 Nov. 4, 2004 Oct. 21, 2005 Sept. 13, 2009 Sept. 17, 2010

SOUTHERN (2-0) Monroe, La. W, 6-1 Baton Rouge, La. W, 2-0

Sept. 5, 2006 Aug. 31, 2007

SOUTHERN MISS (0-2) Hattiesburg, Miss. L, 0-7 Monroe, La. L, 2-4

Ogden, Utah Oct. 12, 1999 Sept. 10, 2000

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (3-7-3) *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 (ot) Sept. 17, 1999 *Nacogdoches, Texas L, 0-3 Oct. 6, 1999 *Monroe, La. L, 0-1 Oct. 3, 2000 *Nacogdoches, Texas T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 22, 2000 *Monroe, La. W, 4-3 Sept. 21, 2001 *Nacogdoches, Texas L, 0-4 Oct. 28, 2001 *Nacogdoches, Texas L, 0-6 Sept. 29, 2002 *Monroe, La. T, 1-1 (2ot) Nov. 1, 2002 *Nacogdoches, Texas L, 0-2 Oct. 10, 2003 *Monroe, La. L, 0-6 Oct. 1, 2004 *Nacogdoches, Texas T, 1-1 (2ot) Oct. 15, 2004 Hammond, La. W, 2-1 Nov. 5, 2004 *Monroe, La. L, 0-3 Oct. 28, 2005 TENNESSEE-MARTIN (1-1) Martin, Tenn. W, 2-0 Monroe, La. L, 0-2

Sept. 10, 2004 Aug. 28, 2005

TENNESSEE TECH (1-0) Cookeville, Tenn. W, 1-0

Sept. 3, 1999

TEXAS-EL PASO (0-3) El Paso, Texas L, 0-1 (2ot) Monroe, La. L, 1-7 El Paso, Texas L, 1-5

Aug. 29, 2003 Sept. 5, 2004 Sept. 25, 2005

TEXAS STATE (4-10) *San Marcos, Texas L, 0-2 *Monroe, La. L, 2-3 *San Marcos, Texas L, 0-2 *Monroe, La. L, 0-1 *San Marcos, Texas L, 0-2 *Monroe, La. L, 0-4 *Monroe, La. L, 0-1 *San Marcos, Texas W, 2-1 (ot) *San Marcos, Texas L, 1-2 *Monroe, La. W, 2-0 *San Marcos, Texas W, 2-1 *Monroe, La. W, 2-1 Hammond, La. L, 0-1 (ot) *San Marcos, Texas L, 1-2

Oct. 10, 1999 Oct. 16, 1999 Oct. 1, 2000 Oct. 13, 2000 Oct. 5, 2001 Oct. 14, 2001 Oct. 13, 2002 Oct. 20, 2002 Oct. 5, 2003 Oct. 19, 2003 Sept. 26, 2004 Oct. 24, 2004 Nov. 7, 2004 Oct. 9, 2005

TROY (3-3) Mobile, Ala. W, 4-1 *Monroe, La. W, 4-2 *Troy, Ala. W, 2-1 *Monroe, La. L, 0-2 *Troy, Ala. L, 0-4 * Monroe, La. L, 0-1

Sept. 18, 2005 Oct. 20, 2006 Oct. 26, 2007 Oct. 26, 2008 Oct. 25, 2009 Sept. 24, 2010

TULANE (0-1-1) New Orleans, La. L, 0-5 New Orleans, La. T, 0-0 (2ot)

Oct. 8, 2001 Aug. 27, 2004

TULSA (0-1) Tulsa, Okla. L, 0-7

Sept. 6, 2009

UTAH VALLEY STATE (1-0) El Paso, Texas W, 1-0

Sept. 23, 2005

UNLV (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev.

Aug. 29, 2010

L, 0-4

L, 0-1

Sept. 6, 2002

WESTERN KENTUCKY (0-5) *Bowling Green, Ky. L, 0-2 *Monroe, La. L, 1-2 *Bowling Green, Ky. L, 0-3 *Monroe, La. L, 2-6 *Bowling Green, Ky. L, 0-5

Oct. 13, 2006 Oct. 19, 2007 Oct. 19, 2008 Oct. 18, 2009 Oct. 15, 2010

• - Denotes conference opponent/regular season match-up

WEBER STATE (0-1)

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER GAME RECORDS ULM GAME HIGHS GOALS SCORED....................................................................................................................... 9 vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 9, 2005) ASSISTS.................................................................................................................................. 5 vs. Southern (Sept. 5, 2006) vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 9, 2005) vs. Jackson State (Sept. 19, 2004) vs. Nicholls State (Oct. 21, 2001) POINTS..................................................................................................................................23 vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 9, 2005) SHOTS...................................................................................................................................36 vs. Northwestern State (Sept. 17, 2001) CORNER KICKS.......................................................................................................................15 vs. Stephen F. Austin (Oct. 3, 2000) SAVES....................................................................................................................................20 vs. UTEP (Sept. 5, 2004) vs. Texas State (Oct. 13, 2002) OPPONENT GAME HIGHS GOALS SCORED...................................................................................................................... 7 vs. Southern Miss (Oct. 12, 1999) vs. UTEP (Sept. 5, 2004) vs. Oklahoma State (Sept. 9, 2007) vs. North Texas (Sept. 28, 2007) ASSISTS................................................................................................................................. 8 vs. Southern Miss (Oct. 12, 1999) vs. Oklahoma State (Sept. 9, 2007) POINTS................................................................................................................................ 22 vs. Southern Miss (Oct. 12, 1999) vs. Oklahoma State (Sept. 9, 2007) SHOTS................................................................................................................................. 46 vs. Georgia (Aug. 31, 2005) SAVES.................................................................................................................................. 17 vs. Northwestern State (Oct. 19, 2001) ULM PLAYER GAME HIGHS GOALS SCORED....................................................................................................................... 3 Kortney Harris (9/16/04) Julia McVarish (9/22/02) Chelsea Shriner (9/21/01) ASSISTS.................................................................................................................................. 2 12 players tied POINTS................................................................................................................................... 7 Chelsea Shriner (9/21/01) SAVES....................................................................................................................................20 Rachel Marcom, twice

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER TEAM RECORDS GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. 12.

40....................................................................................................................2004 39....................................................................................................................2005 32....................................................................................................................2001 29....................................................................................................................2003 27....................................................................................................................2008 23....................................................................................................................2002 23....................................................................................................................2007 23....................................................................................................................2006 19....................................................................................................................2009 17....................................................................................................................1999 17....................................................................................................................2000 14....................................................................................................................2010

SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12.

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9. 10. 11. 12.

24....................................................................................................................2005 23....................................................................................................................2004 19....................................................................................................................2008 19....................................................................................................................2007 18....................................................................................................................2006 16....................................................................................................................2003 16....................................................................................................................2001 16....................................................................................................................2009 14....................................................................................................................2002 13....................................................................................................................1999 10....................................................................................................................2000 7......................................................................................................................2010

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

103 (40g 23a)..................................................................................................2004 102 (39g 24a)..................................................................................................2005 80 (32g 16a)....................................................................................................2001 74 (29g 16a)....................................................................................................2003 73 (27g 19a)....................................................................................................2008 65 (23g 19a)....................................................................................................2007 64 (23g 18a)....................................................................................................2006 60 (23g 14a)....................................................................................................2002 54 (19g 16a)....................................................................................................2009 47 (17g 13a)....................................................................................................1999 44 (17g 10a)....................................................................................................2000 35 (14g 7a)......................................................................................................2010

362 (29 goals)..................................................................................................2003 335 (32 goals)..................................................................................................2001 321 (40 goals)..................................................................................................2004 305 (39 goals)..................................................................................................2005 295 (23 goals)..................................................................................................2002 279 (23 goals)..................................................................................................2006 278 (23 goals)..................................................................................................2007 267 (17 goals)..................................................................................................2000 226 (17 goals)..................................................................................................1999 222 (27 goals)..................................................................................................2008 216 (19 goals)..................................................................................................2009 203 (14 goals)..................................................................................................2010

1.41 (29 GA, 1856 min)....................................................................................2005 1.43 (33 GA, 2076 min)....................................................................................2004 1.54 (34 GA, 1982 min)....................................................................................2003 1.78 (36 GA, 1820 min)....................................................................................2007 1.90 (42 GA, 1991 min)....................................................................................2001 1.94 (40 GA, 1858 min)....................................................................................2006 1.94 (41 GA, 1901 min)....................................................................................2000 2.09 (46 GA, 1979 min)....................................................................................2002 2.34 (48 GA, 1846 min)....................................................................................1999 2.47 (45 GA, 1643 min)....................................................................................2008 2.83 (59 GA, 1874 min)....................................................................................2010 3.32 (65 GA, 1762 min)....................................................................................2009 WINS

1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 10. 11. 12.

SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

208 (46 GA, 208 saves).....................................................................................2002 173 (48 GA, 173 saves).....................................................................................1999 163 (33 GA, 163 saves).....................................................................................2004 162 (34 GA, 162 saves).....................................................................................2003 150 (40 GA, 150 saves).....................................................................................2006 148 (42 GA, 148 saves).....................................................................................2001 125 (36 GA, 125 saves).....................................................................................2007 120 (65 GA, 120 saves).....................................................................................2009 120 (59 GA, 120 saves).....................................................................................2010 118 (41 GA, 118 saves).....................................................................................2000 99 (45 GA, 99 saves).........................................................................................2008 97 (29 GA, 97 saves).........................................................................................2005

14 (14-6-2)......................................................................................................2004 9 (9-10-2)........................................................................................................2001 9 (9-9-2)..........................................................................................................2005 9 (9-11-2)........................................................................................................2003 8 (8-11-1)........................................................................................................2007 6 (6-11-4)........................................................................................................2002 5 (5-15-0)........................................................................................................1999 5 (5-13-2)........................................................................................................2006 5 (5-14-1)........................................................................................................2000 4 (4-12-1)........................................................................................................2008 3 (3-14-2)........................................................................................................2009 2 (2-17-1)........................................................................................................2010 SHUTOUTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9. 12.

7......................................................................................................................2005 6......................................................................................................................2004 5......................................................................................................................2007 4......................................................................................................................2006 4......................................................................................................................1999 3......................................................................................................................2003 3......................................................................................................................2000 3......................................................................................................................2002 2......................................................................................................................2001 2......................................................................................................................2009 2......................................................................................................................2008 1......................................................................................................................2010

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER SEASON RECORDS POINTS

GOALS 1. 3. 5. 8. 12. 16.

10.........................Chelsea Shriner...................................................................2001 10.........................Kortney Harris.....................................................................2004 8...........................Julia McVarish.....................................................................2002 8...........................Alicia Hamilton...................................................................2004 7...........................Tara Balogh.........................................................................2005 7...........................Tiffany Bombard.................................................................2008 7...........................Sara Islas.............................................................................2006 6...........................Rachel Hobson....................................................................2005 6...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2004 6...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2000 6...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2002 5...........................Megan Moore.....................................................................2004 5...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2001 5...........................Alicia Hamilton...................................................................2003 5...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2003 4...........................Allison Matson....................................................................2007 4...........................Lindsey Tubbs......................................................................2009 4...........................Samantha Cashman............................................................2010 4...........................Allison Matson....................................................................2006 4...........................Jamie Pawlik.......................................................................2000 4...........................Erin Mosely.........................................................................1999 4...........................Kelly Browne.......................................................................2008 4...........................Stephanie Little..................................................................2005 4...........................Tiffany Bombard.................................................................2007 4...........................Erin Sherry..........................................................................2001 4...........................Sara Islas.............................................................................2007 4...........................Megan Moore.....................................................................2005 4...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2005 4...........................Chelsea Shriner...................................................................2000 ASSISTS

1. 2. 5. 9.

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8...........................Chelsea Shriner...................................................................2001 5...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2005 5...........................Chelsea Shriner...................................................................2002 5...........................Rachel Hobson....................................................................2007 4...........................Lindsey Tubbs......................................................................2009 4...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2002 4...........................Laurie Arnold......................................................................2004 4...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2004 3...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2003 3...........................Kendall Dawkins.................................................................2008 3...........................Rosie Campbell...................................................................2001 3...........................Rachel Hobson....................................................................2008 3...........................Leslie Barron.......................................................................1999 3...........................Kendall Dawkins.................................................................2006 3...........................Britnie Markham.................................................................2008 3...........................Megan Moore.....................................................................2005 3...........................Alicia Hamilton...................................................................2004 3...........................Erin Sherry..........................................................................2003 3...........................Tiffany Bombard.................................................................2007 3...........................Rachel Casillas.....................................................................1999 3...........................Kortney Harris.....................................................................2004 3...........................Emily LyBarger....................................................................2008 3...........................Elena Vazquez.....................................................................2007 3...........................Jessica Rodriguez................................................................1999 3...........................Amy Porch...........................................................................2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 9. 11. 14. 16. 19.

28.........................Chelsea Shriner (10g 8a).....................................................2001 23.........................Kortney Harris (10g 3a).......................................................2004 19.........................Alicia Hamilton (8g 3a).......................................................2004 16.........................Tara Balogh (7g 2a).............................................................2005 16.........................Amanda Wing (6g 4a).........................................................2004 16.........................Cindy Barker (6g 4a)...........................................................2002 16.........................Sara Islas (7g 2a).................................................................2006 16.........................Julia McVarish (8g)..............................................................2002 14.........................Rachel Hobson (6g 2a)........................................................2005 14.........................Tiffany Bombard (7g)..........................................................2008 13.........................Cindy Barker (5g 3a)...........................................................2003 13.........................Cindy Barker (6g 1a)...........................................................2000 13.........................Amanda Wing (4g 5a).........................................................2005 12.........................Megan Moore (5g 2a).........................................................2004 12.........................Lindsey Tubbs (4g 4a).........................................................2009 11.........................Megan Moore (4g 3a).........................................................2005 11.........................Cindy Barker (5g 1a)...........................................................2001 11.........................Tiffany Bombard (4g 3a).....................................................2007 10.........................Allison Matson (4g 2a)........................................................2006 10.........................Stephanie Little (4g 2a)......................................................2005 10.........................Erin Mosely (4g 2a).............................................................1999 10.........................Alicia Hamilton (5g)............................................................2003 10.........................Sara Islas (4g 2a).................................................................2007 GAME-WINNING GOALS

1. 5.

3...........................Tara Balogh.........................................................................2005 3...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2004 3...........................Chelsea Shriner...................................................................2001 3...........................Alicia Hamilton...................................................................2004 2...........................Julia McVarish.....................................................................2002 2...........................Sara Islas.............................................................................2007 2...........................Rachel Hobson....................................................................2005 2...........................Laura Arnold.......................................................................2001 2...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2002 2...........................Erin Sherry..........................................................................2001 2...........................Jamie Pawlik.......................................................................2000 2...........................Erin Mosely.........................................................................1999 2...........................Alicia Hamilton...................................................................2003 2...........................Megan Moore.....................................................................2004 2...........................Megan Moore.....................................................................2005 2...........................Tara Balogh.........................................................................2004

TIFFANY BOMBARD


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER SEASON RECORDS SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 20.

76.........................Chelsea Shriner (10 goals)...................................................2001 69.........................Cindy Barker (6 goals).........................................................2002 63.........................Chelsea Shriner (4 goals)....................................................2000 56.........................Kortney Harris (10 goals)....................................................2004 56.........................Amy Porch (0 goals)............................................................2010 51.........................Cindy Barker (6 goals).........................................................2000 51.........................Allison Matson (4 goals)......................................................2006 49.........................Jamie Pawlik (4 goals)........................................................2000 47.........................Alicia Hamilton (5 goals).....................................................2003 46.........................Amanda Wing (6 goals).......................................................2004 45.........................Chelsea Shriner (2 goals)....................................................2002 44.........................Cindy Barker (5 goals).........................................................2001 43.........................Allison Matson (4 goals)......................................................2007 41.........................Julia McVarish (8 goals)......................................................2002 40.........................Cindy Barker (5 goals).........................................................2003 40.........................Rachel Hobson (6 goals)......................................................2005 39.........................Megan Moore (4 goals).......................................................2005 39.........................Megan Moore (3 goals).......................................................2006 39.........................Jessica Rodriguez (2 goals).................................................1999 37.........................Tiffany Bombard (3 goals)...................................................2009 37.........................Tara Balogh (7 goals)..........................................................2005 PENALTY KICKS MADE

1. 3. 4.

3...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2004 3...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2003 2...........................Megan Moore.....................................................................2005 1...........................Alicia Hamilton...................................................................2004 1...........................Erin Sherry..........................................................................2003 1...........................Rachel Hobson....................................................................2007 1...........................Rachel Marcom...................................................................2005 1...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2002 1...........................Julia McVarish.....................................................................2005 1...........................Tara Balogh.........................................................................2005 1...........................Amanda Wing.....................................................................2005 1...........................Tiffany Bombard.................................................................2010 1...........................Cindy Barker........................................................................2001

20.

SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

44.........................Kortney Harris (10 goals)....................................................2004 37.........................Chelsea Shriner (10 goals)...................................................2001 31.........................Chelsea Shriner (4 goals)....................................................2000 29.........................Rachel Hobson (6 goals)......................................................2005 27.........................Amy Porch (0 goals)............................................................2010 27.........................Cindy Barker (5 goals).........................................................2003 25.........................Cindy Barker (6 goals).........................................................2000 25.........................Jamie Pawlik (4 goals)........................................................2000 25.........................Jessica Rodriguez (2 goals).................................................1999 25.........................Cindy Barker (5 goals).........................................................2001 24.........................Allison Matson (4 goals)......................................................2006 24.........................Chelsea Shriner (2 goals)....................................................2002 24.........................Amanda Wing (6 goals).......................................................2004 24.........................Alicia Hamilton (5 goals).....................................................2003 24.........................Cindy Barker (6 goals).........................................................2002 23.........................Megan Moore (4 goals).......................................................2005 22.........................Tiffany Bombard (4 goals)...................................................2007 21.........................Erin Sherry (3 goals)............................................................2003 21.........................Allison Matson (4 goals)......................................................2007

188.......................Rachel Marcom (41 GA, 188 saves)......................................2002 158.......................Rachel Marcom (31 GA, 158 saves)......................................2004 137.......................Jessica Robinson (39 GA, 137 saves)....................................2001 133.......................Mallory George (33 GA, 133 saves)......................................2006 120.......................Mallory George (36 GA, 120 saves)......................................2007 119.......................Alex Holland (56 GA, 119 saves)..........................................2010 108.......................Jennifer Doran (21 GA, 108 saves).......................................1999 97.........................Rachel Marcom (29 GA, 97 saves)........................................2005 92.........................Mallory George (45 GA, 92 saves)........................................2008 73.........................Rachel Marcom (14 GA, 73 saves)........................................2003 71.........................Jennifer Doran (27 GA, 71 saves).........................................2000 66.........................Mallory George (40 GA, 66 saves)........................................2009 63.........................Jessica Robinson (18 GA, 63 saves)......................................2003 52.........................Alex Holland (25 GA, 52 saves)............................................2009 48.........................Tori Watson (23 GA, 48 saves)..............................................1999 47.........................Jessica Robinson (14 GA, 47 saves)......................................2000 15.........................Jessica Robinson (4 GA, 15 saves)........................................2002 15.........................Caryn Andrews (4 GA, 15 saves)..........................................1999 13.........................Christine Ellis (7 GA, 13 saves).............................................2006 11.........................Megan Grigus (3 GA, 11 saves)............................................2001 SHUTOUTS

1. 2. 4. 7.

7...........................Rachel Marcom...................................................................2005 5...........................Rachel Marcom...................................................................2004 5...........................Mallory George...................................................................2007 3...........................Mallory George...................................................................2006 3...........................Jennifer Doran....................................................................1999 3...........................Rachel Marcom...................................................................2002 2...........................Jessica Robinson.................................................................2001 2...........................Jessica Robinson.................................................................2003 2...........................Jennifer Doran....................................................................2000 2...........................Mallory George...................................................................2008 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE

SHOTS ON GOAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 11. 16. 17. 18.

20.........................Amanda Wing (4 goals).......................................................2005 20.........................Kendall Dawkins (2 goals)...................................................2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1.39......................Rachel Marcom.................................................................. 2004 1.40......................Rachel Marcom.................................................................. 2003 1.41......................Rachel Marcom.................................................................. 2005 1.50......................Jessica Robinson................................................................ 2003 1.74......................Mallory George.................................................................. 2006 1.75......................Jessica Robinson................................................................ 2000 1.76......................Jennifer Doran................................................................... 1999 1.78......................Mallory George.................................................................. 2007 1.87......................Jessica Robinson.................................................................2001 1.97......................Rachel Marcom.................................................................. 2002 2.05......................Jennifer Doran................................................................... 2000 2.35......................Megan Grigus..................................................................... 2001 2.41......................Kiley Gatz........................................................................... 2004 2.50......................Mallory George.................................................................. 2008 2.67......................Caryn Andrews................................................................... 1999 2.71......................Alex Holland...................................................................... 2010 3.10......................Mallory George.................................................................. 2009 3.24......................Tori Watson........................................................................ 1999 3.45......................Cindy Barker....................................................................... 2002 3.75......................Alex Holland...................................................................... 2009

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22.........................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 17.........................Tiffany Bombard........................................................... 2007-10 16.........................Chelsea Shriner............................................................. 2000-02 13.........................Alicia Hamilton............................................................. 2003-04 13.........................Megan Moore............................................................... 2003-06 11.........................Sara Islas....................................................................... 2006-07 11.........................Tara Balogh................................................................... 2001-05 10.........................Amanda Wing............................................................... 2004-06 10.........................Erin Sherry.................................................................... 2000-03 10.........................Kortney Harris.....................................................................2004 9...........................Rachel Hobson.............................................................. 2005-08 9...........................Julia McVarish............................................................... 2002-05 8...........................Britnie Markham........................................................... 2006-09 8...........................Allison Matson.............................................................. 2003-07 7...........................Kelly Browne................................................................. 2007-09 7...........................Kendall Dawkins........................................................... 2005-08 6...........................Jamie Pawlik................................................................. 1999-00 5...........................Hope Davidson.............................................................. 2000-03 5...........................Nicole Nichols............................................................... 2002-05 5...........................Samantha Cashman...................................................... 2007-10 5...........................Lindsey Tubbs................................................................ 2007-09

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 16. 17. 19. 20.

GAME-WINNING GOALS

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 10. 14. 18.

13.........................Chelsea Shriner............................................................. 2000-02 12.........................Rachel Hobson.............................................................. 2005-08 9...........................Amanda Wing............................................................... 2004-06 9...........................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 8...........................Amy Porch..................................................................... 2007-10 8...........................Rosie Campbell............................................................. 2001-04 7...........................Megan Moore............................................................... 2003-06 6...........................Kendall Dawkins........................................................... 2005-08 6...........................Laurie Arnold................................................................ 2002-04 5...........................Tiffany Bombard........................................................... 2007-10 5...........................Britnie Markham........................................................... 2006-09 5...........................Lindsey Tubbs................................................................ 2007-09 5...........................Tara Balogh................................................................... 2001-05 4...........................Sara Islas....................................................................... 2006-07 4...........................Emily LyBarger.............................................................. 2007-10 4...........................Allison Matson.............................................................. 2003-07 4...........................Erin Sherry.................................................................... 2000-03 3...........................Leslie Barron.......................................................................1999 3...........................Hope Davidson.............................................................. 2000-03 3...........................Jamie Pawlik................................................................. 1999-00 3...........................Alicia Hamilton............................................................. 2003-04 3...........................Kortney Harris.....................................................................2004 3...........................Rachel Spady................................................................ 2005-08 3...........................Julia McVarish............................................................... 2002-05 3...........................Crystal Johnston........................................................... 2000-03 3...........................Elena Vazquez.....................................................................2007 3...........................Brittany Lee.................................................................. 2005-08 3...........................Erin Mosely................................................................... 1999-00 3...........................Rachel Casillas.....................................................................1999 3...........................Megan Theriot............................................................... 2004-07 3...........................Kelly Browne................................................................. 2007-09 3...........................Jessica Rodriguez................................................................1999

53.........................Cindy Barker (22g 9a)................................................... 2000-03 45.........................Chelsea Shriner (16g 13a)............................................. 2000-02 39.........................Tiffany Bombard (17g 5a)............................................. 2007-10 33.........................Megan Moore (13g 7a)................................................. 2003-06 30.........................Rachel Hobson (9g 12a)................................................ 2005-08 29.........................Amanda Wing (10g 9a)................................................. 2004-06 29.........................Alicia Hamilton (13g 3a)............................................... 2003-04 27.........................Tara Balogh (11g 5a)..................................................... 2001-05 26.........................Sara Islas (11g 4a)......................................................... 2006-07 24.........................Erin Sherry (10g 4a)...................................................... 2000-03 23.........................Kortney Harris (10g 3a).......................................................2004 21.........................Julia McVarish (9g 3a)................................................... 2002-05 21.........................Britnie Markham (8g 5a)............................................... 2006-09 20.........................Allison Matson (8g 4a).................................................. 2003-07 20.........................Kendall Dawkins (7g 6a)............................................... 2005-08 17.........................Kelly Browne (7g 3a)..................................................... 2007-09 15.........................Jamie Pawlik (6g 3a)..................................................... 1999-00 15.........................Lindsey Tubbs (5g 5a)................................................... 2007-09 14.........................Laurie Arnold (4g 6a).................................................... 2002-04 13.........................Hope Davidson (5g 3a).................................................. 2000-03

1. 2. 4. 7. 12.

6...........................Tara Balogh................................................................... 2001-05 5...........................Alicia Hamilton............................................................. 2003-04 5...........................Tiffany Bombard........................................................... 2007-10 4...........................Chelsea Shriner............................................................. 2000-02 4...........................Megan Moore............................................................... 2003-06 4...........................Amanda Wing............................................................... 2004-06 3...........................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 3...........................Rachel Hobson.............................................................. 2005-08 3...........................Sara Islas....................................................................... 2006-07 3...........................Erin Sherry.................................................................... 2000-03 3...........................Jamie Pawlik................................................................. 1999-00 2...........................Laura Arnold.......................................................................2001 2...........................Britnie Markham........................................................... 2006-09 2...........................Erin Mosely................................................................... 1999-00 2...........................Randa Helmers...................................................................2003 2...........................Allison Matson.............................................................. 2003-07 2...........................Julia McVarish............................................................... 2002-05

TARA BALOGH

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CINDY BARKER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

SAVES

SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

204.......................Cindy Barker (22 Goals)................................................. 2000-03 184.......................Chelsea Shriner (16 Goals)............................................ 2000-02 129.......................Allison Matson (8 Goals)............................................... 2003-07 129.......................Tiffany Bombard (17 Goals)........................................... 2007-10 122.......................Megan Moore (13 Goals)............................................... 2003-06 112.......................Amy Porch (2 Goals)...................................................... 2007-10 97.........................Erin Sherry (10 Goals)................................................... 2000-03 93.........................Kendall Dawkins (7 Goals)............................................. 2005-08 93.........................Rachel Hobson (9 Goals)............................................... 2005-08 87.........................Tara Balogh (11 Goals).................................................. 2001-05 82.........................Raydan Phillips (4 Goals)............................................... 2006-09 82.........................Jamie Pawlik (6 Goals).................................................. 1999-00 81.........................Alicia Hamilton (13 Goals)............................................. 2003-04 80.........................Amanda Wing (10 Goals).............................................. 2004-06 72.........................Julia Mcvarish (9 Goals)................................................ 2002-05 70.........................Crystal Johnston (4 Goals)............................................. 2000-03 69.........................Britnie Markham (8 Goals)............................................ 2006-09 66.........................Hope Davidson (5 Goals)............................................... 2000-03 64.........................Kelly Lanter (4 Goals).................................................... 2004-06 64.........................Laurie Arnold (4 Goals)................................................. 2002-04 PENALTY KICKS

1. 2. 3. 4.

5...........................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 4...........................Amanda Wing............................................................... 2004-06 2...........................Megan Moore............................................................... 2003-06 1...........................Julia McVarish............................................................... 2002-05 1...........................Alicia Hamilton............................................................. 2003-04 1...........................Rachel Marcom............................................................. 2002-05 1...........................Tiffany Bombard........................................................... 2007-10 1...........................Erin Sherry.................................................................... 2000-03 1...........................Rachel Hobson.............................................................. 2005-08 1...........................Tara Balogh................................................................... 2001-05

101.......................Cindy Barker (22 goals)................................................. 2000-03 92.........................Chelsea Shriner (16 goals)............................................. 2000-02 75.........................Tiffany Bombard (17 goals)........................................... 2007-10 67.........................Rachel Hobson (9 goals)................................................ 2005-08 64.........................Megan Moore (13 goals)............................................... 2003-06 58.........................Allison Matson (8 goals)................................................ 2003-07 58.........................Amy Porch (2 goals)...................................................... 2007-10 51.........................Kendall Dawkins (7 goals)............................................. 2005-08 51.........................Erin Sherry (10 goals).................................................... 2000-03 46.........................Amanda Wing (10 goals)............................................... 2004-06 44.........................Kortney Harris (10 goals)....................................................2004 44.........................Jamie Pawlik (6 goals).................................................. 1999-00 43.........................Alicia Hamilton (13 goals)............................................. 2003-04 42.........................Tara Balogh (11 goals).................................................. 2001-05 38.........................Britnie Markham (8 goals)............................................ 2006-09 37.........................Julia McVarish (9 goals)................................................ 2002-05 35.........................Hope Davidson (5 goals)............................................... 2000-03 35.........................Raydan Phillips (4 goals)............................................... 2006-09 34.........................Sara Islas (11 goals)...................................................... 2006-07 33.........................Kelly Lanter (4 goals).................................................... 2004-06 33.........................Kelly Browne (7 goals).................................................. 2007-09 33.........................Crystal Johnston (4 goals)............................................. 2000-03

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

516.......................Rachel Marcom (115 GA, 516 saves).............................. 2002-05 411.......................Mallory George (154 GA, 411 saves).............................. 2006-09 262.......................Jessica Robinson (75 GA, 262 saves).............................. 2000-03 179.......................Jennifer Doran (48 GA, 179 saves)................................. 1999-00 171.......................Alex Holland (81 GA, 171 saves).................................... 2009-10 48.........................Tori Watson (23 GA, 48 saves)..............................................1999 15.........................Caryn Andrews (4 GA, 15 saves)..........................................1999 13.........................Christine Ellis (7 GA, 13 saves).............................................2006 11.........................Megan Grigus (3 GA, 11 saves)............................................2001 5...........................Kiley Gatz (2 GA, 5 saves)....................................................2004 4...........................Cindy Barker (1 GA, 4 saves).......................................... 2000-03 2...........................Ashleigh Fitterer (0 GA, 2 saves).................................... 2007-10 1...........................Tracey Rogers (3 GA, 1 saves)........................................ 2009-10 SHUTOUTS

1. 2. 3. 5.

16.........................Rachel Marcom............................................................. 2002-05 11.........................Mallory George............................................................. 2006-09 5...........................Jennifer Doran.............................................................. 1999-00 5...........................Jessica Robinson........................................................... 2000-03 1...........................Alex Holland................................................................. 2009-10 1...........................Tori Watson.........................................................................1999 WINS

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

34.........................Rachel Marcom (34-30-9)............................................. 2002-05 18.........................Mallory George (18-44-5)............................................. 2006-09 14.........................Jessica Robinson (14-23-4)........................................... 2000-03 8...........................Jennifer Doran (8-18-0)................................................ 1999-00 4...........................Alex Holland (4-22-2)................................................... 2009-10 1...........................Tori Watson (1-4-0).............................................................1999

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER CAREER RECORDS 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

75.........................Erin Caulk...................................................................... 1999-02 74.........................Amy Porch..................................................................... 2007-10 63.........................Rachel Marcom............................................................. 2002-05 73.........................Mallory George............................................................. 2006-09 70.........................Megan Theriot............................................................... 2004-07 GAMES STARTED

RACHEL MARCOM

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

44.........................Mallory George (18-44-5)............................................. 2006-09 30.........................Rachel Marcom (34-30-9)............................................. 2002-05 23.........................Jessica Robinson (14-23-4)........................................... 2000-03 22.........................Alex Holland (4-22-2)................................................... 2009-10 18.........................Jennifer Doran (8-18-0)................................................ 1999-00 4...........................Tori Watson (1-4-0).............................................................1999 1...........................Caryn Andrews (0-1-0).......................................................1999 1...........................Christine Ellis (0-1-0)..........................................................2006

1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

81.........................Erin Sherry.................................................................... 2000-03 81.........................Julia McVarish............................................................... 2002-05 78.........................Rachel Hobson.............................................................. 2005-08 76.........................Samantha Cashman...................................................... 2007-10 74.........................Tasha Moore.................................................................. 2000-03 74.........................Raydan Phillips............................................................. 2006-09 74.........................Hope Davidson.............................................................. 2000-03 73.........................Rachel Marcom............................................................. 2002-05 73.........................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 70.........................Britnie Markham........................................................... 2006-09 68.........................Mallory George............................................................. 2006-09 67.........................Amy Porch..................................................................... 2007-10 65.........................Nicole Nichols............................................................... 2002-05 62.........................Tara Balogh................................................................... 2001-05 60.........................Chelsea Shriner............................................................. 2000-02 59.........................Tiffany Bombard........................................................... 2007-10 58.........................Megan Moore............................................................... 2003-06 56.........................Kelly Lanter................................................................... 2004-06 55.........................Rosie Campbell............................................................. 2001-04

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

1.56......................Rachel Marcom............................................................. 2002-05 1.80......................Jessica Robinson........................................................... 2000-03 1.92......................Jennifer Doran.............................................................. 1999-00 2.20......................Mallory George............................................................. 2006-09 2.35......................Megan Grigus......................................................................2001 2.41......................Kiley Gatz............................................................................2004 2.67......................Caryn Andrews....................................................................1999 2.96......................Alex Holland................................................................. 2009-10 3.24......................Tori Watson........................................................................ 1999 3.45......................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 4.10......................Christine Ellis......................................................................2006 25.39....................Tracey Rogers................................................................ 2009-10 GAMES PLAYED

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 10. 11. 13. 15.

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85.........................Julia McVarish............................................................... 2002-05 84.........................Nicole Nichols............................................................... 2002-05 84.........................Hope Davidson.............................................................. 2000-03 83.........................Erin Sherry.................................................................... 2000-03 82.........................Cindy Barker.................................................................. 2000-03 82.........................Crystal Johnston........................................................... 2000-03 81.........................Tara Balogh................................................................... 2001-05 81.........................Megan Moore............................................................... 2003-06 81.........................Tasha Moore.................................................................. 2000-03 80.........................Rosie Campbell............................................................. 2001-04 78.........................Rachel Hobson.............................................................. 2005-08 78.........................Kendall Dawkins........................................................... 2005-08 77.........................Britnie Markham........................................................... 2006-09 77.........................Samantha Cashman...................................................... 2007-10 76.........................Raydan Phillips............................................................. 2006-09

RAYDAN PHILLIPS


2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER HONORS & AWARDS ALL-LOUISIANA 2001 Chelsea Shriner - First Team Cindy Barker - Honorable Mention PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chelsea Shriner COACH OF THE YEAR Stacy Lamb 2002 Cindy Barker - Honorable Mention Julia McVarish - Honorable Mention 2004 Kortney Harris - First Team Rachel Marcom - First Team Alicia Hamilton - Honorable Mention Amanda Wing - Honorable Mention 2006 Rachel Hobson - Honorable Mention 2007 Tiffany Bombard - Honorable Mention Rachel Hobson - Honorable Mention 2008 Tiffany Bombard - Honorable Mention Rachel Hobson - Honorable Mention 2009 Raydan Phillips - Honorable Mention

2004 Kortney Harris - Second Team Julia McVarish - Second Team Amanda Wing - Second Team Alicia Hamilton - Honorable Mention Kelly Lanter - Honorable Mention Rachel Marcom - Honorable Mention Megan Moore - Honorable Mention Nicole Nichols - Honorable Mention

2006 COMMISSIONER’S LIST Amanda Wing, Kendra O’Leary, Britnie Markham, Molly Kissler, Brittany Lee, Rachel Hobson, Allison Matson, Jessica Gerbus

2005 Tara Balogh - First Team Amanda Wing - First Team Julia McVarish - Second Team Rachel Marcom - Second Team Rachel Hobson - Honorable Mention Megan Moore - Honorable Mention Nicole Nichols - Honorable Mention

2007 COMMISSIONER’S LIST Krista Brien, Samantha Phillips-Gleason, Rachel Hobson, Molly Kissler, Brittany Lee, Amanda Wing-Strope

ALL-SUN BELT (2006-Present) 2009 Raydan Phillips - Second Team

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2002 Hope Davidson - Second Team 2003 Hope Davidson - Second Team 2005 Amanda Wing - ESPN The Magazine Distict VI 2008

ALL-SOUTHLAND (1999-2005) 1999 Jamie Pawlik - Second Team Jessica Rodriguez - Second Team 2000 Erin Mosely - Second Team 2001 Chelsea Shriner - First Team Victoria Lamb - Second Team Cindy Barker - Honorable Mention 2002 Cindy Barker - Second Team Julia McVarish - Honorable Mention Rosie Campbell - Honorable Mention 2003 Cindy Barker - Honorable Mention Tasha Moore - Honorable Mention Nicole Nichols - Honorable Mention Jessica Robinson - Honorable Mention Erin Sherry - Honorable Mention

Rachel Hobson - ESPN The Magazine District VI

ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTHLAND (1999-2005) 2000 Erin Caulk 2001 Erin Caulk, Hope Davidson 2002 Laurie Arnold, Tara Balogh, Cindy Barker, Shanda Boyles, Rosie Campbell, Hope Davidson, Crystal Johnston, Victoria Lamb, Rachel Marcom, Nicole Nichols, Shanna Revenaugh

ACADEMIC ALL-SUN BELT (2006-Present)

HONOR ROLL Catherine Thompson, Megan Theriot, Megan Moore, Mallory George

HONOR ROLL Tiffany Bombard, Rachel Spady, Kendall Dawkins, Megan Theriot, Britnie Markham, Samantha Cashman, Jessica Gerbus, Ashleigh Fitterer, Mallory George, Megan Payne 2008 COMMISSIONER’S LIST Mindi Giroir, Rachel Hobson, Brittany Lee, Rachel Spady, Amanda Wing-Strope HONOR ROLL Kelly Browne, Samantha Cashman, Jeana Chesnik, Kendall Dawkins, Mallory George, Emily LyBarger, Megan Payne, Raydan Phillips, Amy Porch 2009 COMMISSIONER’S LIST Mindi Giroir, Alex Holland, Kylie McIntyre, Raydan Phillips, Amy Porch, Melissa Stewart, Natasha Tagalog, Jennifer Watkins HONOR ROLL Adison Adams, Tiffany Bombard, Samantha Cashman, Mallory George, Emily LyBarger, Madeline Ocon, Tracey Rogers, Amanda Sircy 2010 COMMISSIONER’S LIST Samantha Cashman, Taylor Epperson, Brooke Farmer, Mindi Giroir, Alex Holland, Emily LyBarger, Alyssa McAtee, Kylie McIntyre, Ashley Moore, Brittany Parker, Amy Porch HONOR ROLL Tiffany Bombard, Megan Lindholm, Hannah Linzay, Alyssa Lopez, Kelly Riley

2003 Cindy Barker, Hope Davidson, Crystal Johnston, Victoria Lamb, Nicole Nichols 2004 Nicole Nichols, Amanda Wing 2005 Tara Balogh, Kelly Lanter , Rachel Marcom, Megan Moore, Nicole Nichols, Amanda Wing

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2011 ULM WARHAWK SOCCER LETTERWINNERS A

Adams, Adison........................................................2009-10 Andrews, Caryn............................................................ 1999 Arnold, Laura............................................................... 2001 Arnold, Laurie.........................................................2002-04

B

Balogh, Tara............................................................2001-05 Barker, Cindy...........................................................2000-03 Barron, Leslie............................................................... 1999 Bass, Lindsey................................................................ 2005 Berbling, Jessica......................................................1999-00 Bertrand, Emily............................................................ 2009 Blanchard, Jessica........................................................ 2001 Bombard,Tiffany.....................................................2007-10 Boyles, Shanda........................................................2000-02 Braswell, Jeanne.....................................................1999-00 Brooks, Autumn......................................................1999-00 Brown, Jessica.............................................................. 2009 Brown, Meredith.......................................................... 2006 Browne, Kelly..........................................................2007-09

C

Haifley, Glynis.............................................................. 2004 Hamilton, Alicia......................................................2003-04 Harrell,Haleigh............................................................. 2010 Harris, Kortney............................................................. 2004 Helmers, Randa............................................................ 2003 Hobson, Rachel.......................................................2005-08 Holland, Alex...........................................................2009-10 Holliday, Emily............................................................. 2001

I

Islas, Sara................................................................2006-07

J

Johnson, Jade.........................................................2000-01 Johnston, Crystal.....................................................2000-03

K

Kissler, Molly...........................................................2006-07

L

Campbell, Rosie......................................................2001-04 Carmack, Stacey......................................................2007-10 Cashman,Samantha................................................2007-10 Casillas, Rachel............................................................. 1999 Caulk, Erin...............................................................1999-02 Chapman, Courtney..................................................... 2001 Chenault, Jamie........................................................... 1999 Chesnik,Jeana.........................................................2007-08

Lamb, Victoria.........................................................2000-03 Langford, Leslie............................................................ 2006 Lanter, Kelly............................................................2004-06 Lee, Brittany............................................................2005-08 Lindholm,Megan......................................................... 2010 Little, Stephanie........................................................... 2005 Lopez,Alyssa................................................................ 2010 LyBarger, Emily.......................................................2008-10 Lyn Edge, Rikki............................................................. 2001

D

M

Davidson, Hope.......................................................2000-03 Dawkins, Kendall....................................................2005-08 Doran, Jennifer.......................................................1999-00 Dupuis, Samantha........................................................ 2005

E

Ellis, Christine............................................................... 2006 Epperson,Taylor........................................................... 2010 Evans-Simpkins,K......................................................... 2010

F

Farmer,Brooke.............................................................. 2010 Fitterer,Ashleigh......................................................2007-10 Flanigan, Briana........................................................... 2005 Fralicks, Elissa..........................................................2007-09

G

Gatz, Kiley.................................................................... 2004 George, Mallory......................................................2006-09 Gerbus, Jessica........................................................2005-07 Giroir, Mindi............................................................2007-09 Grigus, Megan.............................................................. 2001

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H

Marcom, Rachel......................................................2002-05 Markham, Britnie....................................................2006-09 Matson, Allison.......................................................2003-07 Mcatee,Alyssa.............................................................. 2010 McDonald, Dana........................................................... 1999 McIntyre, Kylie........................................................2009-10 McVarish, Julia........................................................2002-05 Migliaro, Alyse............................................................. 2003 Moore,Ashley............................................................... 2010 Moore, Megan.........................................................2003-06 Moore, Tasha...........................................................2000-03 Moreno, Christian....................................................2009-10 Morgan, Kristie.......................................................2004-05 Mosely, Erin.............................................................1999-00 Myers, Heather........................................................2000-02

N

Ney, Jamie...............................................................2002-03 Nichols, Nicole.........................................................2002-05

O

O'Bryan, Kathie............................................................ 1999 O'Leary, Kendra.......................................................2005-06 Ocon, Maddy...........................................................2007-09

P

Palmer, Lindsey............................................................ 2006 Parella, Megan........................................................2003-05 Parker,Brittany............................................................. 2010 Pawlik, Jamie..........................................................1999-00 Payne,Megan..........................................................2007-09 Perry, Samantha.......................................................... 1999 Phillips, Raydan......................................................2006-09 Phillips-Gleason,Sa...................................................... 2007 Porch,Amy...............................................................2007-10

R

Rea, Jenni.................................................................... 2004 Revenaugh, Shannan................................................... 2002 Riley,Kelly.................................................................... 2010 Robinson, Jessica....................................................2000-03 Rodriguez, Jessica........................................................ 1999 Rogers, Tracey.........................................................2009-10

S

Schultz, Kara................................................................ 2001 Scott, Rachel................................................................ 2000 Sheppard, Jennifer..................................................2002-03 Sherry, Erin.............................................................2000-03 Shriner, Chelsea......................................................2000-02 Shriver, Britni..........................................................2007-08 Sircy, Amanda.............................................................. 2009 Sizemore-Gardner, M................................................... 2009 Sosa, Abby..............................................................2007-08 Spady, Rachel..........................................................2005-08 Stewart, Melissa........................................................... 2009 Strong, Laura................................................................ 2001 Strope, Amanda......................................................2007-08

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THIS IS ULM...

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THE CAMPUS OF ULM

Entertainment options range from nationally renowned speakers to ski shows.

Interactive labs and a great environment for study make ULM one of the South’s leaders in education. This is ULM SOCCER


THE CAMPUS OF ULM The UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE has everything the prospective student could ask for all rolled into one scenic and tranquil setting on the Bayou DeSiard. Since its foundation in 1931, ULM has remained large enough to provide a multitude of academic and social options and small enough to ensure every student gets the handson attention they deserve. Combining Southern hospitality with the bustling pace of a collegiate campus, ULM provides the perfect atmosphere for all the needs of the students of today!

Oozeball and Spring Fever remain annual events on the ULM campus.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE LIVING LIVING THE WARHAWK WAY

Featuring all the amenities of a growing Division I university, day-to-day life for the Warhawk student-athlete rivals that of any campus across the nation. Recently remodeled apartments and dorms located a mere stones throw away from the athletic facilities, a newly remodeled student-center, a brand new on campus Starbucks, and the latest in dining options gives ULM’s athletes the best of both worlds - the strong academic and social atmospheres to match the athletic facilities.

STARBUCKS & BAYOU VILLAGE APARTMENTS

SCHULZE CAFETERIA & THE STUDENT UNION

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HEALTH AND CONDITIONING STAYING HEALTHY

Under the direction of head athletic trainer James (J.D.) Dunivant, the ULM athletic training staff provides studentathletes with a comprehensive Sports Medicine Program focused on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. Staffed by three full-time certified athletic trainers, a minimum of five graduate assistants, and several student trainers, the Warhawk athletes have an army of individuals caring for their health and safety. Viewing health care as a key component to the success of a student-athlete, sports medicine facilities in Malone Stadium and Fant-Ewing Coliseum are in action year round. Opening at 6:30 a.m. and remaining so until each studentathlete’s needs have been met, the sports medicine staff diligently takes care of needs ranging from taping and daily treatment to more major rehabilitations. In addition to the on-site staff, the ULM sports medicine team includes a partnership with the top health care professionals in the region. Teaming with the North Louisiana Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic, ULM ensures that the health needs of its student-athletes are given top priority.

STAYING COMPETITIVE

Annually producing the best conditioned and most prepared student-athletes for competition at the highest level of collegiate competition, the strength and conditioning program has been turning heads at the regional and national level. The Warhawk strength and conditioning staff under the direction of John Grieco tailors a program to meet the specific needs of studentathletes in each respective sport. Inside the 10,000 square foot ULM Athletics Fitness Center training needs are isolated and a combination of power and endurance programs are employed. Measures to increase explosiveness, reaction speed, flexibility, overall strength, and many more are worked on as pillars of the ULM strength and conditioning program to ensure that Warhawk student-athletes remain BIGGER, STRONGER, and FASTER than their competition. ulmwarhawks.com


ACADEMICS - THE COLLEGES OF ULM COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

DEAN: Dr. Denny G. Ryman (ryman@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Health Studies, Radiologic Technology, Speech Language Pathology, Dental Hygiene, Clinical Laboratory Science NOTABLES: • ULM’s is the only comprehensive College of Health Sciences in the University of Louisiana system, a governing board that includes eight Division I universities across the state • Has received $1.5 million in grants and donations since the summer of 2008, including an award of $471,000 from the United States Senate for the purchase of a mobile dental unit • Opened a 5,000 square foot speech language pathology clinic in May of 2009 • Nursing students gain hands-on experience in ULM’s unique, state of the art nursing simulation lab • Students in ULM’s College of Health Sciences enjoy a near 100-percent graduation rate on certification and state license exams after completion of core curriculum

• One of the top construction management programs in the nation, ULM enjoys 100 percent placement of graduates and was the first in the nation to be accredited by the ACCE • Aviation Department features three new full motion flight simulators and a competitive flight organization, ‘Warhawk Flight’ • Students in the College of Business have access to state of the art facilities at the Center for Business & Economic Research, the ULM Small Business Development Center, and the Louisiana Small Business Development

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

DEAN: Dr. Sandra M. Lemoine (slemoine@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Art Education, Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Earth Science Education, Elementary Education, English Education, Family and Consumer Science Education, French Education, Mathematics Education, Music Education-Instrumental, Music Education-Vocal, Music Education-Instrumental/ Vocal, Social Studies Education, Spanish Education, Speech Education, Kinesiology, Psychology NOTABLES: • ULM’s elementary education program was named one of only 10 in the nation to receive full passing marks for its preparation of future mathematics teachers • Features a digital media studio that provides multimedia resources and workspace for the creation of technology-enriched projects • The department of kinesiology remains amongst the industry leader and was recently recognized by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education • ULM’s faculty operates a Community Counseling Center and Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, and offers doctoral curriculum ranked in the top 20 in the nation • Charter member of TEACH Delta Region, a five-year, $5.3 million Transition to Teaching program that recruits, trains and places highly-qualified teachers into the region

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

DEAN: Dr. Jeffrey D. Cass (jcass@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Agribusiness, Art, Atmospheric Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, Dance, English, Family & Consumer Sciences, Foreign Languages, General Studies, Geosciences, Gerontology, History, Mass Communication, Mathematics & Physics, Military Science, Music, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology, Theatre, Visual & Performing Arts NOTABLES: • Offers the only undergraduate atmospheric sciences program in the state of Louisiana through the department of geosciences • Funded through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the biology department administers phage genomics research program for undergraduate majors • ULM’s criminal justice department oversees a local police academy and Institute of Law Enforcement, the only university entity in the state of Louisiana • Through the English department, academic and creative writing journals turnrow and Tennessee Williams Review are produced and include the work of ULM students • Sponsors many ‘Study Abroad’ programs through the Ancient World Association

INTERIM DEAN: Dr. Benny Blaylock (blaylock@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Toxicology, Pharmacy, MS of Pharmaceutical Sciences NOTABLES: • ULM’s College of Pharmacy is the only state supported pharmacy program in Louisiana • ULM features one of only seven undergraduate toxicology programs in the United States including the only one located in the South • ULM College of Pharmacy faculty work with local, national, and international researchers to build and sustain programs focusing on drug development and delivery, patient outcomes, pharmacy practice, and toxicology • Recently moved into a new, 132,000 square foot, pharmacy-only building that houses nationally recognized pharmacy care teaching laboratory and 12 stateof-the-art research laboratories • The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) named ULM’s practice laboratory as the ‘national paradigm’

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

DEAN: Dr. Ronald R. Berry (rberry@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Accounting, Aviation, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Construction Management, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Management, Marketing, Risk Management & Insurance NOTABLES: • ULM’s College of Business is fully accredited at both the undergraduate and graduate (MBA) level and features unique, cutting-edge programs in construction management, entrepreneurship, and risk management & insurance

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ACADEMIC SPORTS SERVICES As part of the ULM Athletics academic improvement plan, the department added new staff, increased tutoring opportunities, improved the administrative technology, and expanded the supervised study program. Continuing its committment to academic excellence, ULM opened the doors of the CLARK M. WILLIAMS STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER for the 2008-09 school year, an academic-oriented building containing computer lab, individual and group study rooms, and counseling areas. ULM recently honored the first 66-person class in the ‘Maroon and Gold Society’, an honors program for ULM athletes based on their academic successes. With the increase in resources and availibility, Warhawk student-athletes have reaped the benefits of the renewed focus on academics. Over 50 current and former student-athletes graduated from ULM during the 2009-10 school year. Additionally, more than 200 were recognized with placement on the AD’s honor roll during the period. The scholastic recognitions aren’t just happening at ULM either. Tennis’ Claire Clark garnered Academic All-America status for the second consecutive season. The Sun Belt Conference also recognized 37 Warhawks with placement on the Commissioner’s List and another 69 on the Academic Honor Roll. Under the direction of Assistant Athletic Director Tasha Fisher, the ULM Student Athlete Services program focuses on five areas of committment: • ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Academic counseling and assessment, time management, study skills, tutorial assistance, study halls, scholarship applications, communication skills, mentor programs, awards, honors and recognitions • ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE: Broad athletic programs, quality facilities and equipment, coaching and support staff, competitive scheduling, media relations and exposure, athletic training and health care, spirit groups, and administrative support • CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Career counseling, applying and interviewing for jobs, networking, placement, summer and vacation employment, graduate school, and internships • PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Social development, personal health, alcohol and drug education, fundamental values, ethics awareness, values clarification, emotional health, support groups, stress management, spiritual needs, peer counseling, and fiscal responsibility • SERVICE: Active community outreach participation, volunteer work in schools and the community, leadership training, and citizenship

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DR. KATHY PARKER

Coordinator of Academic Counseling

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MAURICE NELSON Academic Counselor

ELIZABETH HOLBERT

Academic Counselor

MICHAEL ANDERSON

Academic Counselor


COMPLIANCE KEY DEFINITIONS: Booster (Representative of Athletics Interest ) The NCAA defines a booster as any individual who: • Is a member of the institution’s athletics booster club. • Has made donations to the booster club or to the Department of Athletics. • Is involved in recruiting prospects or providing benefits (e.g., summer jobs) to enrolled student-athletes. • Is involved in promoting the institution’s athletics program (e.g., buying season tickets). Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect/Recruit) Any individual who has started classed for the 9th grade. In Men’s Basketball, a prospect is an individual who has started classes for the seventh grade. Also, any student-athletes enrolled in preparatory schools or two-year colleges are considered prospects. A prospective student-athlete remains a prospect until he or she attends the first day of classes for the fall or spring semester. Student-Athlete A student who participates in intercollegiate athletics at ULM. This includes those students who were recruited by coaches as well as walk-ons. Recruiting Any solicitation of a prospect (or family members) by a staff member of the Department of Athletics at ULM to encourage him/her to enroll at ULM and ultimately participate in intercollegiate athletics at ULM. Extra Benefit Any special arrangement by an ULM employee or booster to provide a studentathlete, or that student-athlete’s friends or relatives, a benefit not authorized by the NCAA. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Q: Can boosters contact prospects to encourage them to attend ULM? A: No. Any such contact could result in the prospect being declared ineligible to participate in ULM athletics. Recruiting contact must be made by countable coaches. Q: May a booster attend a public event (e.g., high school awards banquet) at which prospects are present? A: Yes, as long as you do not make contact with the prospect or his/her family nor attempt to recruit the prospect.

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TASHA FISHER

CATHERINE

Assistant AD - Academic COLWELL & Compliance Director of Compliance

Q: What extra benefits are prohibited for current studentathletes, prospects, their relatives and friends? A: Prohibited benefits include (and are not limited to) the following: cash or loans, promise of employment after graduation, special discounts, employment of relatives or friends of prospects, use of an automobile, providing transportation to and from a summer job or other site, co-signing a loan, a loan or gift or money or other tangible times (clothing, jewelry, etc.), free or reduced cost housing arrangements, entertainment costs on or off-campus, educational expenses, or summer camp registration. Q: Is it permissible for a booster to entertain high school, preparatory, or junior college coaches at any location? A: No. However, ULM may provide two complimentary tickets to the coaches for home athletics contest. Q: What is the definition of an in-person contact? A: In-person contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect, or the prospect’s parents or legal guardian, where the exchange of a greeting is exceeded. Additionally, any face-to-face encounter which is prearranged and takes place on either the grounds of the prospect’s educational institution, the site of organized competition or at proactive that involves the prospect or the team the prospect represents is an in-person contact. Q: Is the contact rule applicable to established friends and neighbors? A: No. However, if you know a prospect who might want to attend University of Louisiana at Monroe, the only permissible recruiting activity for a booster is to notify the appropriate coach. This is ULM SOCCER


COMPLIANCE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Q: Can boosters contact prospects to encourage them to attend ULM? A: No. Any such contact could result in the prospect being declared ineligible to participate in ULM athletics. Recruiting contact must be made by countable coaches. Q: May a booster attend a public event (e.g., high school awards banquet) at which prospects are present? A: Yes, as long as you do not make contact with the prospect or his/her family nor attempt to recruit the prospect. Q: What extra benefits are prohibited for current studentathletes, prospects, their relatives and friends? A: Prohibited benefits include (and are not limited to) the following: cash or loans, promise of employment after graduation, special discounts, employment of relatives or friends of prospects, use of an automobile, providing transportation to and from a summer job or other site, co-signing a loan, a loan or gift or money or other tangible times (clothing, jewelry, etc.), free or reduced cost housing arrangements, entertainment costs on or off-campus, educational expenses, or summer camp registration. Q: Is it permissible for a booster to entertain high school, preparatory, or junior college coaches at any location? A: No. However, ULM may provide two complimentary tickets to the coaches for home athletics contest. Q: What is the definition of an in-person contact? A: In-person contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect, or the prospect’s parents or legal guardian, where the exchange of a greeting is exceeded. Additionally, any face-to-face encounter which is prearranged and takes place on either the grounds of the prospect’s educational institution, the site of organized competition or at proactive that involves the prospect or the team the prospect represents is an in-person contact. Q: Is the contact rule applicable to established friends and neighbors? A: No. However, if you know a prospect who might want to attend University of Louisiana at Monroe, the only permissible recruiting activity for a booster is to notify the appropriate coach.

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WE ARE WARHAWKS THE RISE OF THE WARHAWKS

Moving into the Sun Belt Conference for the 2006-07 season, ULM’s athletic department completed a transformation of sorts. The old Indian mascot was ceremonially honored and retired at the end of the previous athletic campaign and the ULM WARHAWKS were born. Unique to the program, ULM’s new moniker is the only one at the highest level of NCAA competition and one of only two Warhawks at any collegiate level in the entire nation. ULM’s Warhawks provide fans with multiple points of pride to rally behind. The new mascot holds local historical connection to the P-40 ‘Warhawk’ airplane flown by northeast Louisiana’s General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers of WWII. The Warhawk is also symbolic of the redshouldered hawk, a local predatory bird commonly found nesting along Bayou DeSiard and soaring above ULM’s athletic facilities year round. On August 30, 2006, ULM mascot ‘ACE THE WARHAWK’ was born. Wearing bomber jacket, flight helmet and goggles, Ace has provided a perfect representation of the dual meaning of ULM’s mascot. Less than two months later, WARHAWK I, a live red-shouldered hawk permanently housed at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, La., was added to the ULM family of mascots. Since their arrival, ACE and Warhawk I have become vital parts of the ULM community. Including appearances at home athletic events and other activities around campus, the duo have rallied fans to help the Warhawks achieve victory. The pair also make appearances across the Monroe community, providing educational opportunities for ULM’s youngest fans.

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A TRADITION OF WINNING The rafters at Fant-Ewing Coliseum are full and the trophy cases across campus are overflowing with the fruits of ULM’s athletic successes. Beginning with a men’s cross country and track and field conference championship in 1958-59, the Warhawks have had a storied run at the top of the standings in each sport over the athletic program’s history. From national championships to basketball Final Fours and collegiate baseball World Series appearances, fans at ULM have become accustomed to watching their teams compete - and win - at the highest level. The Warhawks have advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports and ULM has claimed more than 90 conference championships. The ULM men’s squads have claimed all-sports titles14 times, including four in the Gulf States Conference (1963, ‘64, ‘65, ‘69), the Atlantic Sun (1980, ‘81, ‘82), and the Southland Conference (1984, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94). The ULM women have grabbed allsports titles six times in the Southland Conference (1984, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘90, ‘94). During the 1984 SLC season, ULM became the first program in conference history to win all sports titles on both the men’s and women’s side. The Warhawks would accomplish the feat three more times. After conquering the Southland Conference, ULM made the move to the Sun Belt Conference and has continued its winning ways. Before the Warhawks had even become full members of their new league, the team had won a football conference championship in 2005. One year later, ULM won a divisional title in men’s basketball and followed that up one season later with a 2008 regular season championship in baseball.

ALL-TIME CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS MEN Sun Belt Conference Football (2001-present) 2005: Football Sun Belt Conference All Sports (2006-present) 2008: Baseball (season) 2006-07: Basketball (division) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2003-04: Men’s Golf 2001-02: Baseball (season) 1999-00: Baseball (season) 1998-99: Baseball (season) 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (season), Basketball (both), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tour.), Tennis (tour.) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (both), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (both) 1989-90: Basketball (both), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis 1987-88: Football (National Champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (both), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football, Baseball Atlantic Sun Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball, Basketball (tour.), Cross Country, Tennis 1980-81: Cross Country, Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

All-American Eun Jung Lee-Ok, now associate head coach for the women’s basketball team, led her squad to the 1985 Final Four

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Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (national runner-up), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball, Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball, Golf 1965-66: Baseball 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country, Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season) 2002-03: Tennis (tour.) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Basketball 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tour.), Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tour.) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball


WARHAWK ATHLETICS

2010 - 11

ATHLETIC SUCCESSES Tennis won 17 consecutive matches and peaked at No. 46 in the national rankings. The win streak was the second longest in the NCAA this season. Daniel Mutai earned Co-Men’s Outstanding Track Performer at the Sun Belt Outdoor Championships. He also became the first ULM male athlete to ever qualify for the NCAA Cross Country Championships Baseball defeated No. 25 Southern Miss 7-2 at home on March 22 Quarterback Kolton Browning was named Louisiana Freshman of the Year and a freshman AllAmerican by College Football News. Gustaf Kocken was tabbed Louisiana and Sun Belt Freshman Golfer of the Year. He finished tied for 11th place at the NCAA Southwest Regional Softball’s Brianna Love earned first-team All-Sun Belt, firstteam All-Loiuisiana and firstteam NFCA All-Region Men’s Golf tied for second place at the Sun Belt Championships, It’s best finish in school history. J.D. Malone was named Sun Belt Track & Field Coach of the Year after guiding the men’s team to a runner-up finish at the Sun Belt Outdoor Championships.

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Freshman quarterback Kolton Browning tied the school record by throwing for over 200 yards in eight straight games in 2010. His 2,937 yards of total offense were the second most in a singleseason in ULM history and the third most by a freshman in the NCAA this season.

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2010-11 - A SEASON OF EXCELLENCE TENNIS

Senior Claire Clark was recognized as Louisiana’s Player of the Year while also being named a Capital One First-Team Acadamic All-American and earning firstteam All-Conference honors. She finished her four-year career at ULM with a record of 63-4 in singles dual matches.

TRACK & FIELD

Junior Richard McKay earned second-team AllAmerica honors as he finished 13th in the javelin at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

SOFTBALL

Senior Brianna Love broke ULM career and singleseason records for home runs.

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THIS IS MONROE, LA. A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT Welcome to the Twin Cities of Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana. Hopefully, during your time here you can experience some of the local history and flavor and see why we consider our Twin Cities a special place. Monroe is located along the Ouachita River, which was named one of the most beautiful rivers in the world by National Geographic. Although the area is growing and developing at a great place, Monroe is still a small town at heart. There are many points of interest that draw visitors to the area. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta Airlines and the first place west of the Mississippi River to bottle Coca-Cola. The oldest human dwelling site in North America, Poverty Point, is located near Monroe. For arts and theater enthusiasts the Twin Cities offers the Masur Museum of Art; Twin City Ballet Company; Monroe Symphony Orchestra; Madrigal Dinners; Brown Bag Concerts and University of Louisiana at Monroe Concert Series. The Strauss Playhouse offers regular performances throughout the year

and Impresario’s Choice offers a Broadway Series at the Monroe Civic Center. The Monroe Civic Center has a variety of performances and concerts each year. Embracing the outdoors, northeast Louisiana has been coined Sportsman’s Paradise, a description that fits the diverse area perfectly. With rivers and bayous dotting the landscape, residents of the area can frequently be found fishing, canoeing, and enjoying a wide assortment of outdoor activities. The area also features the Louisiana Purchase Zoo as well as many botanical gardens. A BIT OF HISTORY Ouachita Parish is located in northeastern Louisiana approximately halfway between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Memphis, Tennessee. The Ouachita River runs through the Twin Cities. On its east bank is Monroe, with approximately 56,000 residents and encom-

passing 31.2 square miles. The parish is 643 square miles in size and has a total population of roughly 150,000. Years before the Louisiana Purchase unified American colonization efforts, the present site of Monroe was an established trade center on the banks of the Ouachita River. The word “Ouachita” has been variously translated to have meant “silver water”, “clear water”, or “good hunting”. In 1780, a primitive French settlement called Prairie de Canots (Prairie of the Canoes) marked the real beginnings of Monroe. It’s political beginnings may be traced to the year 1783 when Jean Baptiste Filhoil, also known as Don Juan Filhoil, was appointed by the Spanish crown to oversee the sparsely populated “Poste de Washitas” region of what is now northeast Louisiana. By 1790, Filhiol had established a for (Fuerte Miro) on or near the present day site of Monroe. A land grant of 1,680 acres from the King of Spain, settled in the territory. Soon after, a prohibition ordinance was enacted, and Fort Miro was constructed to protect his village. The Monroe-West Monroe area is a medical hub for a 16-parish radius serving 442,000 people. Over 200 physicians and 71 dentists work with many people and other para-medical health professionals and health care organizations. There are eight hospitals and specialty centers in the area. The Twin Cities’ two school systems, Monroe City and Ouachita Parish, operate elementary schools, junior and high schools. More than 28,000 students attend the two systems. There are 16 private and denominational schools in the Monroe-West Monroe area, offering classes from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Ouachita’s college community had its advent in 1931 with the founding in Monroe of Northeast Louisiana University. Today the University of Louisiana at Monroe, one of the state’s leading insti-

tutions of higher learning, is a four-year university with an enrollment of more than 8,500 students. ULM offers 85 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels through its college of Business Administration, Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Pharmacy, Education and Human Development, and Graduate School. The “Twin Cities” of Monroe and West Monroe continue as the urban center for a parish which is itself the focus of commerce in northeast Louisiana. With a diversified economic base and air rail, water and highway connections to the major metropolitan areas of the central United States, Ouachita Parish continues as one of the increasingly important locations in the development of Louisiana and of the South. The climate consists of an average yearly

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temperature of 65 degrees with a mild winter and Monroe thrives as a business and industrial establishment, as well as a university town. Monroe is the heartland for festivals, special events, tours and conventions. Take a look at our bustling city, our hometown, Monroe, Louisiana. HOW TO GET TO ULM The Twin Cities are easily accessible by car or by plane. By car, Monroe-West Monroe is accessible from the east or west by Interstate 20, U.S. Highway 80 and Louisiana Highways 2, 15, and 34. Major north-south routes to the Twin Cities include U.S. Highway 165 and Louisiana Highway 139.

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By plane, four major airlines (American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Continental Express, and Northwest Airlink) provide service to the Monroe Regional Airport with 15 flights daily. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta Airlines. Non-stop flights are available to Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, and Memphis. Ground transportation is available through car rental agencies, taxi and limousine services. ACCOMMODATIONS Monroe-West Monroe has more than 1,500 quality hotel rooms which are convenient to numerous meeting facilities and two convention centers. Among the major hotels in the area are: Holiday Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn, LaQuinta Inn, Days Inn, the Atrium Hotel and Suites, and Best Western. The Holiday Inn Holidome is centrally located in Monroe and features 261 rooms. It has a meeting facility with a capacity of 375 and can hold 350 people for a private meal or banquet. ATTRACTIONS Monroe is not only the birthplace of Delta Airlines, but it is also the place where the first Coca-Cola bottling plant began operations. Overall, the Twin Cities are a place where

HELPFUL WEBSITES: www.monroe-westmonroe.org and www.ci.monroe.la.us. ulmwarhawks.com

visitors will meet warm and friendly people, sample superb cuisine, and find delightful shopping opportunities. Major chain restaurants in Monroe and West Monroe include: Applebee’s, Outback Steakhouse, Lone Star Steakhouse, Chili’s, Bennigan’s, Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden, Copeland’s, O’Charley’s and Red Lobster. Among the attractions in Monroe and West Monroe are the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, which features over 750 rare animals, landscaped gardens, waterways, boat and train rides, and picnic areas, and the Pecanland Mall, the largest of its kind between Jackson, Miss., and Dallas, Texas. Monroe also remains close enough to some of the South’s major historical and scenic hubs for those looking for an easy weekend getaway. The French Quarter and waterways of New Orleans are less than five hours to the south while the opportunities of Dallas and Shreveport are conveniently located to the west on Interstate 20. Historic Vicksburg, Miss., is one hour to the east and Little Rock, Ark., is located three hours to the north.


ULM’S PROMINENT ALUMNI KEN R. ANTEE, JR. Former Chief Administrative Officer City of Shreveport ROBERT BARHAM Secretary of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries QUINN BECKER U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired) JOHN C. BLITCH Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering TIM BRANDO ESPN and CBS sports personality, Nationally syndicated radio host GEORGE M. CAMPBELL President Regions Bank of Louisiana EARL CASEY CNN GEORGE W. COLE President & CEO, Atlanta, Inc. JOHN DANA CUNY President & CEO, Acordia Benefits of Florida KRISTY CURRY Head coach Texas Tech women’s basketball KELSI CRAIN Miss Louisiana 2010 TIM BRANDO COL. WILLIAM G. DAVIES Secretary of Defense Health Affairs ESPN and CBS Sports Personality Nationally syndicated radio host LADD ELLIS, JR. Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS CHUCK FINLEY Former MLB All-Star BREAUX GREER Four-time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder (Javelin) BRUCE HANKS Former Director of Athletics, ULM, Former CEO CenturyLink ERNEST HILL Author FRANK HOFFMANN Louisiana District 15 Representative KELSI CRAIN LINDA HOLYFIELD CEO, P&S Surgery Center 2010 Miss Louisiana STAN HUMPHRIES Retired NFL quarterback RONNIE JOHNS Former District 33 Representative SUNIL KUMAR President & CEO International Specialty Products, Inc. TERRY MATHEWS Former MLB pitcher JAMIE MAYO Mayor City of Monroe CHARLES MCDONALD Former District 14 Representative TIM MCGRAW Grammy Award Winner Country Music Singer/Songwriter MARK MITCHELL Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC TIFFANY MOCK 1994 Miss Louisiana, Actress BILL MONTGOMERY Former District 9 Representative JAMES W. MOORE Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company TIM MCGRAW Grammy Award Winner CALVIN NATT Former NBA All-Star Country Singer/Songwriter KENNY NATT NBA assistant coach, 2008-09 Interim HC Sacramento Kings DR. DAVID NORRIS Mayor City of West Monroe DOUG PEDERSON Former NFL Quarterback, AC Philadelphia Eagles WILLIAM PRYOR Federal Judge, Former Attorney General for Alabama JOE PROFIT President & CEO Telecommunications International, Former NFL Player KATHERINE PUTNAM Miss Louisiana 2009 B.J. ROBISON Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired) BEN SHEETS MLB All-Star, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist KATHRYN M. SULLIVAN President & CEO, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Louisiana FRANCIS THOMPSON Senator HARRY WALKER U.S. Army General (retired) MIKE WALSWORTH Senator District 33 BEN SHEETS JAMES H. WHARTON Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University Major League Baseball All-Star 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist ANITA WHITAKER Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress TOMMY WRIGHT Former District 22 Representative This is ULM SOCCER


THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The primary support group for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics is the ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION. The Athletic Foundation, organized in 1956, is the main fundraising organization for the athletics department. WHAT IS THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION? The ULM Athletic Foundation is the pillar of support for Warhawk Athletics. It is composed of individuals and businesses with a common mission: to raise financial support and awareness for Warhawk Athletics, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of more than 300 student-athletes. FIVE WAYS YOU CAN HELP ULM ATHLETICS 1. Donate to the Athletic Foundation and “Give 110 percent” of your previous year’s giving. Your gift to the Athletic Foundation allows us to provide much needed financial assistance to the athletics department. Increased funding is vital to improving and maintaining competitiveness in all 16 varsity sports. 2. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and donate to the Athletic Foundation. Increased financial support comes from many different revenue sources. Whether participating in a special event, attending home games or making a donation, your financial support is vital to providing a championship experience to every studentathlete! 3. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades If you are interested in making a once-in-a-lifetime gift to the Athletic Foundation, we will work with you to make sure that your wishes for such an important gift are satisfied. When you make such a gift, we will continue to partner with you in shepherding the contribution as you wish. 4. Let us know if your company has a matching gift program Over 1,000 companies participate in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department to determine if your company matches gifts for athletic scholarships. 5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan. Many donors choose to make gifts such as trusts

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P-40 Red-Tailed Warhawk Hawk $500 $750

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Silver Hawk $2,500

Gold Hawk $5,000

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Tax Deduction ULMAF Car/Business Decal ULMAF Special Events Opportunity to Purchase Preferred Season Tickets

Away Game Tickets

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and annuities when revising their estates and wills. These instruments allow the donor to see the benefit of planned giving while they are still able to stay involved in the athletics program. Another course of action is an outright gift as part of a will or estate plan. Both planned giving and bequests are a great plan to link your legacy to Warhawk Athletics. Tax Information The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified taxexempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service. Please consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. The ULM Athletic Foundation tax deduction identification number is 23-7399232.

To make a gift or find additional information, please call the ULM Athletic Foundation at (318) 342-5428 or visit us online at ulmwarhawks.com.

ULM Athletic Foundation Anna Gray Noe Alumni Center Room 105 Monroe, LA 71209 318-342-5428 www.gowarhawks.net


DR. NICK BRUNO - ULM PRESIDENT Dr. Nick J. Bruno became the eighth president of the University of Louisiana at Monroe on Nov. 8, 2010, after more than 30 years of work in Louisiana higher education. A Louisiana native, President Bruno arrived at ULM from the University of Louisiana System, where he managed the business, financial and facility operations as the System’s vice president for business affairs.

President Bruno has contributed numerous articles in various higher education publications and presented programs on campus services management, quality management, outsourcing of campus services, and strategic management. He and wife, Linda, have a son, Steven, 32, and two daughters, Victoria, 17, and Christina, 15.

“I am excited about my return to ULM where I will join with students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community in continuing the University’s long tradition of excellence”

--- President Dr. Nick J. Bruno

Prior to his appointment at the UL System, he served as vice president for business affairs at ULM, helping revitalize the campus during a critical juncture in the university’s history. ULM’s sister school, Southeastern Louisiana University, also benefited from Dr. Bruno’s leadership. While there, he served in several capacities, including assistant vice president for special initiatives, handling such areas as continuing education and international activities. In addition to his higher education experience, President Bruno is regionally and nationally recognized for his consulting expertise in areas such as organizational efficiencies and alternatively financed facility construction. He has also conducted numerous professional development programs for several national professional organizations including the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). President Bruno earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA from Southeastern Louisiana University. He earned a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Mississippi. He has served as an adjunct member of Southeastern Louisiana University’s College of Business faculty where he taught Strategic Management.

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BOBBY STAUB - DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS As he begins his seventh year at ULM, director of athletics BOBBY STAUB can already look back at a tenure that has reshaped and redefined the Warhawks athletics program. A new conference affiliation, a new mascot, NCAA certification, a sweeping overhaul of athletic facilities, development and implementation of a new strategic plan, increases in athletic program support – all of these occurred since Staub took the helm in the summer of 2004. Staub has played a major role in the continuing improvement of the athletic facililities at ULM. Most recently, new scoreboards were added for baseball, softball and socccer, and a state-of-the-art high definition video board was added to football’s Malone Stadium. The new 15-millimeter display board is one of the largest in the Sun Belt Conference in addition to being the second largest on-campus board in the state. In addition, Staub has overseen over $3.5 million in renovations and improvements to every competition and practice facility in the past four years. Malone Stadium has a fresher look with a new state-of-theart playing surface, renovated locker rooms and meeting rooms, and an exterior face lift with new paint all around the stadium. Fant-Ewing Coliseum’s basketball playing floor was repainted with a bold new look prior to the 2006-07 season with the new Warhawk and Sun Belt logos. Groseclose Track was resurfaced and a hammer cage was added. The ULM Softball Complex added a new two-story building that houses the Warhawks’ locker room, coaches’ offices and game-day operations area and additionally a brick backstop was installed. The visitors’ locker room and public restrooms are located in yet another new building. The soccer team moved into a new home at the brand-new ULM Soccer Complex, located to the east of Malone Stadium along Bon Aire Drive which includes a fieldhouse with a locker room/meeting room and offices. Heard Stadium – home to the tennis team – received a makeover in 2008 as the courts were stripped down and resurfaced. Volleyball moved into a new competition arena at the ULM Activity Center. Staub was named ULM’s 12th director of athletics on June 30, 2004. His first challenge was the impending transition of the department conference membership from the Southland Conference to the Sun Belt. ULM had previously joined the Sun Belt Conference as a football-only member in 2001 and later opted to bring all programs under the Sun Belt umbrella. That meant Staub was faced with the end of decades-long rivalries with Southland foes McNeese State, Southeastern Louisiana and Northwestern State, to be replaced by new rivalries with Louisiana-Lafayette, the University of New Orleans, Arkansas State, Arkansas-Little Rock and North Texas. “Our fans had become accustomed to the familiar opponents we were facing in the Southland,” said Staub of the move. “However, we knew Warhawk fans to be very sports-savvy and were confident they’d quickly realize the high level of competition we’d stepped up to.” The Warhawks have already achieved on-the-field success in their new league, winning titles in men’s basketball and baseball in the first two years. Staub also led efforts to bring Sun Belt Conference championship events to Monroe. ULM hosted the 2008 tennis championships and will host the 2009 cross country and 2011 baseball championships. ulmwarhawks.com

Staub’s influence has been noted in areas away from the playing field as well. Under his watch, ULM athletics has twice received recognition for achievements in diversity. Honored in 2005-06 and 2006-07, ULM was the only school in the state of Louisiana or the Sun Belt Conference to be named to the list either year. Staub has also emphasized academic achievement in the department and has put in place new measures to spur student-athletes success in the classroom. Chief among the initiatives were the addition of an academic support staff member through a grant from the NCAA. That support saw immediate results as a record number of student-athletes received recognition through the AD’s Honor roll (130 in Fall ’08), the ULM Dean’s and President’s lists (47 in Fall ’08) and the Sun Belt Conference’s academic awards (107 in ’07’08). With all this in place, Staub recognized the need to make a plan to guide the program’s future. He led the effort to author a new strategic plan and saw it put in place prior to the ’07-’08 year. That plan included the successful completion of the department’s NCAA Second-Cycle Certification process during the ’08-’09 year which included a detailed self study and hosting an on-campus visit from a peer review team. That process culminated this past spring with a notice of unconditional certification from the NCAA. Before coming to ULM, Staub literally worked his way through the ranks to become an NCAA Division I-A athletic director. He spent 20 years at UAB, advancing from his initial role as the assistant ticket manager to marketing and promotions manager to senior associate athletics director. He also founded UAB’s chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was the organization’s advisor. A native of Birmingham, Ala., he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Auburn in 1982. He is married to the former Laura Vaughan of Gainesville, Ga., and the couple resides in Monroe. Staub is currently the Sun Belt Conference athletic directors chairman and serves on the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. He is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association.


THE SUN BELT CONFERENCE The Sun Belt Conference enters its 36th season in 2011-12 with several constants evident during the over three decade span of the league. Success, progress, and academic excellence have always been at the core of the league and in the second decade of the 21st century those constants could not be more clear. The Sun Belt Conference was founded on August 4, 1976 with New Orleans, South Alabama, Georgia State, Jacksonville, North Carolina-Charlotte and South Florida participating in four men’s sports: basketball, golf, soccer and tennis. With the onset of the 21st century the Sun Belt Conference began sponsoring football at the Division I-A level (now known as the Football Bowl Subdivision) in 2001 and generated an automatic bowl tie-in for its conference champion in the New Orleans Bowl. Prior to the 2001 season only Louisiana-Lafayette had competed at the Division I-A level for the entirety of its program’s history. New members North Texas, Middle Tennessee and New Mexico State would take on the task of maturing into I-A programs along with Arkansas State and football only members Idaho and ULM. The conference’s automatic berth into the New Orleans Bowl gave the league credibility, but wins would be needed to show that the league could contend at the highest level of the game. North Texas carried that responsibility well in the early years of Sun Belt Conference football. The Mean Green would represent the league for four consecutive seasons in the New Orleans Bowl. One of the first shining moments in Sun Belt football history came in the second New Orleans Bowl in 2002 when North Texas defeated Conference USA co-champion Cincinnati 24-19. More memorable moments would soon follow, but not before the league’s membership took on additional changes. Utah State joined the league briefly as a football playing member but departed along with Idaho and New Mexico State following the 2004 season. Troy joined the league as a football only in 2004 and would join as an all-sports member soon thereafter. Florida Atlantic joined initially as a football only member in 2005 and would also enter competition in all sports a couple of years later. FIU, a league member since the late 1990s, began competition in football in 2005 and WKU, a longtime league member, began competition in 2009. ULM, a founding member of the football league, would join as all-sports member as well. As the Sun Belt Conference evolved with new members and new found success – the league earned two bowl berths for the first time in 2004 – the state of the Football Bowl Subdivision would also evolve. The Sun Belt Conference entered the ranks of the Bowl Championship Series when the BCS restructured prior to the 2006 season. The Sun Belt Conference now found itself as one of 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, but the league was now one of only 11 to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS). With that lofty standing, expectations for the Sun Belt Conference are as high as ever and the league and its member institutions have consistently delivered in the past few years. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 18-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in January of 2009 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Additionally, ESPN televised the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 30th straight season in 2010, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history. The Sun Belt Conference has also partnered with JumpTV Sports, Inc. to deliver a fullservice, customized, public and premium website to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conference’s athletic teams. The Sun Belt is one of the few conferences in the nation to provide video highlights and features on its website from each of the league’s respective championships. This technology serves as a great recruiting tool for schools by enabling anyone in the world with internet access to view the conference’s championship events. Success has been easy to find in recent years. Over the last four seasons the Sun Belt Conference has represented itself well in the football postseason. In fact the Sun Belt Conference boasts a winning record of 4-3 in its

seven bowl appearances in the last four seasons. With Middle Tennessee’s victory in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the Sun Belt Conference has now won four bowl games in its last seven appearances. Since 2005 football season, the first year after conference realignment, the Sun Belt Conference ranks 6th out of 11 conferences in composite bowl game winning percentage. The Sun Belt Conference set an all-time league high for players selected in the NFL Draft in 2010 with seven total players selected - topping the previous record of five in 2007. The world has taken notice of the Sun Belt Conference as well. Proof of that comes as the league now has two automatic tie-ins to postseason bowl games. The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl recently extended its agreements with the Sun Belt Conference ensuring that a Sun Belt team will play in that bowl game through 2013 (the league has sent a team to that game every year since the game’s inception in 2001). The Sun Belt Conference also signed an agreement this past offseason with the GMAC Bowl, played annually in Mobile, Alabama, that will ensure a Sun Belt team plays in that bowl game through 2013. The league also has secondary tie-ins with the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl, the St. Petersburg Bowl and the PapaJohns.com Bowl. There has been no shortage of success in the league’s other sports as well in recent years. The Sun Belt Conference has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Baseball Tournament for 23 consecutive seasons. Since 2000 the Sun Belt Conference has sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in a season six times – that is six times in the last decade that the Sun Belt has been worthy of having three teams in the NCAA Tournament. In women’s basketball, Sun Belt Conference ranked in the top half of the final league RPI rankings for the 2009-10 season – making it the 12th consecutive season that the Sun Belt Conference has placed in the top half of league RPI. Most impressively In six of those 12 seasons, Sun Belt Conference women’s basketball has placed in the national top 10 for RPI. The Sun Belt Conference has also sent multiple teams to the Women’s NCAA Basketball Championship in two of the last four season. This past season UALR and Middle Tennessee both represented the league in the NCAA postseason. Men’s basketball has seen noted highlights as well in recent years, with none greater than Ty Rodger’s magical last second three-point shot as WKU defeated No. 5 seed Drake in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in 2008. The Hilltoppers would go on to reach the Sweet 16 that season and followed up with a trip to the second round the following year. South Alabama also reached the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in 2008 as the Jaguars qualified for an at-large bid. The Denver women’s golf team has been among the nation’s best for a number of years as well. The Pioneers held a national ranking throughout the entire 2009 season and capped the year with its first-ever regional championship, winning the NCAA East Regional at the Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. Denver came away with a top-five finish in the national competition, taking fifth place at the 2009 NCAA National Championship. Each of the 19 sports has seen numerous team and individual accomplishments, but in the realm of academic excellence nearly every Sun Belt Conference school is currently graduating its student-athletes at a rate higher than its respective school’s student body. For the third consecutive year Sun Belt Conference student-athletes topped the previous year’s record number of Commissioner’s List and Academic Honor Roll awards winners. 1,700 Sun Belt student-athletes earned a GPA over 3.0 for the previous school year and were named to either the Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll or Sun Belt Commissioner’s List. Sun Belt schools combined to have 756 student-athletes land on the Commissioner’s List, which honors all student-athletes recording a 3.5 GPA or better during the 2008-09 academic year. The league also had a total of 944 student-athletes named to the Academic Honor Roll, which is awarded to those maintaining a 3.0-3.49 GPA. The total of 1,700 student-athletes that were honored tops the previous highs of 1,503 set during the 2007-08 school year and 1,429 for the 2006-07 school year. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (Denver), NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas), forner All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), Boston Red Sox baseball player Mike Lowell (MLB All-Star and 2007 MLB World Series MVP, FIU), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (ULM), and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 34 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan, who received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985.

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ULM MEDIA RELATIONS ULM WARHAWKS PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT

New Orleans Times-Picayune

Doug Tatum, Sports Editor Ted Lewis, Beat Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax (504) 826-3401

The News Star

Fred Phillips, Sports Editor Tabby Soignier, ULM Beat Jerit Roser, ULM Beat 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0287 Fax: (318) 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com

ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly) University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: (318) 342-5452

Ouachita Citizen (Weekly)

Cody Futrell, Sports Editor 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 325-2285

Alexandria Town-Talk

Randy Benson, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 487-6315

P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: (318) 322-6936

ESPN 97.7 FM

Sean Fox, Program Director Nick White, Assistant Program Director P.O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: (318) 255-5084

KXUL-FM

University of Louisiana at Monroe Stubbs Hall, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 342-5660 Fax: (318) 342-5664

TELEVISION

KNOE-TV 8 (CBS)

Aaron Dietrich, Sports Director P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 388-8888, ext. 274 Fax: (318) 325-3405

Shreveport Times

Scott Ferrell, Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3300 Fax: (318) 459-3301

Baton Rouge Advocate

ASSOCIATED PRESS

Bret Martel 1515 Poydras, Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA 70112 Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531

RADIO

The Radio People (Flagship)

KTVE-TV 10 (NBC)

Butch Muir, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 383-1111 Fax: (225) 388-0318

Gene Ponti, Sports Director Hobie Artigue 200 Pavilion Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292 Office: (318) 323-1972, ext. 151 Fax: (318) 807-0588

ULM MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Adam Prendergast Director of Media Relations

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5463 Cell: ............................................................................................ 318.953.4234 E-mail: ..................................................................... prendergast@ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: ............................. Football, Tennis, Men’s Golf

Jeremy Stevens Assistant Director of Media Realtions

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5462 E-mail: .......................................................... stevenj@warhawks.ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: .................................. Soccer, Men’s Basketball, ....................................................................................................... Track & Field

Adam Prendergast Director

Jeremy Stevens Assistant Director Soccer Contact

Tony Jones Intern

- The Athletic Media Relations department is located on the main concourse level of FantEwing Coliseum next to the basketball ticket booth in room 123. - The mailing & overnight address for the ULM Athletic Media Relations Department is: ULM Media Relations 308 Warhawk Way Monroe, LA 71209-4108

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Tony Jones Media Relations Intern

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5461 E-mail: .................................................................................ajones@ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: .............Cross Country, Women’s Basketball, ................................................................................................................Baseball

Rachel Williams Media Relations Graduate Assistant

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5461 E-mail: ........................................................... williart@warhawks.ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: ..................................Volleyball, Women’s Golf, .................................................................................................................Softball


2011 ULM SOCCER SCHEDULE Friday

Aug. 19

at Central Arkansas

Conway, Ark.

4:00 p.m

Sunday

Aug. 21

at Nicholls State

Thibodaux, La.

1:00 p.m.

Tuesday

Aug. 23

NORTHWESTERN STATE

MONROE

4:30 p.m.

Sunday

Aug. 28

SOUTHERN

MONROE

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 2

MCNEESE STATE

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Wednesday

Sept. 7

at Centenary

Shreveport, La.

7:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 9

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 16

GRAMBLING

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 18

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE

MONROE

2:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 23

at Troy*

Troy, Ala.

3:00 p.m.

Sunday

Sept. 25

at South Alabama*

Mobile, Ala.

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Sept. 30

NORTH TEXAS*

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 2

DENVER*

MONROE

12:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 7

at UALR*

Little Rock, Ark.

7:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 9

at Arkansas State*

Jonesboro, Ark.

1:00 p.m.

Friday

Oct. 14

WESTERN KENTUCKY*#

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 16

MIDDLE TENNESSEE*#

MONROE

1:00 p.m.

Thursday

Oct. 20

FIU*

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Sunday

Oct. 23

at Florida Atlantic*

Boca Raton, Fla.

11:00 a.m.

Friday

Oct. 28

UL-LAFAYETTE *^

MONROE

4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 2-Saturday, Nov. 5 Sun Belt Conference Tournament

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

All times CT. BOLD CAPS denotes home matches. * denotes Sun Belt Match. # denotes Parent’s Weekend. ^ denotes Senior Day.


2011 ULM Soccer Guide