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2013 BULLDOG SOCCER

On the Cover An NSCAA All-Central-Region Third Team selection last fall, senior captain forward Dani Potter will lead the steady offensive attack for the UMD Bulldogs in 2013.

Contents & Features 2013 Outlook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Credits CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Joe Hansen Evan Smegal

Malosky Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Bob Nygaard

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. . . . . . . . . . . 8-9

PHOTOGRAPHERS Brett Groehler Dave Harwig

2013 Opponents Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Coach Greg Cane. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Assistants & Sports Performance Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

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2013 Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Arrowhead Printing

Season Preview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

ADVERTISING SALES Brian Nystrom Justin May

Player Bios • Seniors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-24

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• Juniors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-38

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• First-Year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-47 2012 Season Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-49 Record Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-52 All-Time Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53-55 Individual Honors & Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-57 All-Time Alumnae. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-59

The University of Minnesota Duluth is an equal oppor tunity educator and employer.

DID YOU KNOW? The Bulldogs own an outstanding record against Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference competition. Entering their 14th season as league members, UMD sports an all-time winning percentage of .820 and has five NSIC titles—the most recent in 2009. The Bulldogs have also won five NSIC playoff crowns in their 13 years of competing in the conference.


2013 Outlook

UMD Fast Facts Name: Founded: Enrollment: Chancellor: Nickname: Colors:

University of Minnesota Duluth 1895 11,500 Dr. Lendley C. Black Bulldogs Maroon and Gold

National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conf. (NSIC) NSIC Members: Augustana College, Bemidji State University, Concordia University, St. Paul, University of Mary, University of Minnesota-Crookston, University of Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota State University Mankato, Minnesota State UniversityMoorhead, Minot State University, Northern State University, University of Sioux Falls, Southwest Minnesota State University, St. Cloud State University, Upper Iowa University, Wayne State College, Winona State University Stadium: Malosky Stadium (4,500) Surface: A-Turf (artificial) Press Box Phone: (218) 726-7224 Athletic Director: Josh Berlo Senior Woman Administrator: Karen Stromme Faculty Athletic Representative: Allen Mensinger Head Coach: Greg Cane (St. Scholastica, 1983) Record at School: 203-112-32 (20th season) Overall Women’s Collegiate Record: 218-142-34 (23rd season) Overall Men’s Collegiate Record 106-53-12 (nine) Office Phone: (218) 726-6229 Assistant Coach: Office Phone:

Kelly Grgas-Wheeler (218) 726-8937

Team Physician: Dr. Steve Harrington Athletic Trainer: Brittany Dufault Strength and Conditioning Coach: Matt Bauman Team Physical Therapist: Malcolm Macaulay

2013 Schedule

Legend Home Match (Malosky Stadium) *NSIC Match

Sept. 5 Northern Michigan Duluth, Minn.

7 p.m.

Sept. 8 North Dakota State

Fargo, N.D.

1 p.m.

St. Cloud, Minn.

3 p.m.

Sept. 21 * Upper Iowa Duluth, Minn.

1 p.m.

Sept. 22 * Winona State Duluth, Minn.

1 p.m.

Sept. 28 * Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, S.D.

1 p.m.

Sept. 29 * Southwest Minnesota State

Marshall, Minn.

1 p.m.

Oct. 4 * Wayne State Duluth, Minn.

6 p.m.

Oct. 6 * Augustana Duluth, Minn.

1 p.m.

Sept. 15 * St. Cloud State

Oct. 12 * Minot State

Minot, N.D.

1 p.m.

Oct. 13 * University of Mary

Bismarck, N.D.

1 p.m.

Oct. 18 * Concordia-St. Paul

St. Paul, Minn.

7 p.m.

Oct. 20 * Minnesota State Mankato

Mankato, Minn.

1 p.m.

Oct. 26 * Minnesota State-Moorhead Duluth, Minn.

1 p.m.

Oct. 27 * Northern State Duluth, Minn.

1 p.m.

Nov. 1 * Bemidji State

Bemidji, Minn.

1 p.m.

Nov. 3 * Minnesota-Crookston Duluth, Minn.

1 p.m.

All-Time Record (Year): 203-112-32 (20th) All-Time Wining Percentage: .631 NCAA II Playoff Appearances: 2 (’09, ’00) Conference Championships: 4 (’97, ’98, ’01, ’02) 2012 Overall Record: 2012 NSIC Record (Place): Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: 2013 Team Captain:

8-7-3 7-5-3 (Eighth) 18/7 8/3 Dani Potter

Director of Athletic Communications: Bob Nygaard Soccer SID Contact: Joe Hansen SID Email: hanse895@d.umn.edu SID Cell: (218) 343-8654 SID Fax: (218) 726-6529 Web Site: Twitter:

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Northern Minnesota’s premier outdoor athletic venue, James S. Malosky Stadium has been the home of Bulldog soccer for all 20 seasons since the program’s inception in 1994. The University of Minnesota Duluth’s advantage on its home turf is well known. In 148 lifetime appearances, the Bulldogs have posted a 102-36-10 overall record (good for a .723 winning percentage) at the complex named after legendary Bulldog football head coach Jim Malosky. UMD has also had three

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perfect home seasons (10-0 in 1995, 7-0 in 1998 and 8-0 in 2009) and only two losing records (1994, 2005) on its own turf. Five summers ago, a $6.5 million, fourlevel structure, which houses a concession area, suites and press facilities, was added to the grandstand. In 2004, the playing surface was replaced with synthetic grass (A-Turf). , and this year, the Bulldogs added a brand new 22-foot-by-12-foot video scoreboard, a project funded by an anonymous donor and dedicated

to “walk-on” athletes. Malosky Stadium is also home to the Bulldogs football team and the facility is equipped with an eight-lane allweather track for track and field. In addition to housing the football, women’s soccer, and track and field Bulldogs, the 4,500-seat Malosky Stadium also hosts a number of high school and junior college football, soccer and track events throughout the year as well as various UMD intramural activities.

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2013 opponents Northern Michigan Wildcats Location: Marquette, Mich. All-Time Series: 11-3-3 Last Meeting: W 4-0 (Aug. 30, 2012 President: David Haynes Athletic Director: Forrest Karr Head Coach: Matt Granstrand 2012 Record: 4-13-0 Conf. Record: 3-10-0 (GLIAC) Website: nmuwildcats.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Tevun Sellers 4-0-8 Kim Reitveld 2-1-5 Gabriella Garza 2-0-4

Winona State Warriors Location: All-Time Series: Last Meeting: President: Athletic Director: Head Coach: 2012 Record: Conf. Record: Website: Top Returning Players Caitlin Lilly Bolton Mehan Devon Richards

Winona, Minn. 8-12-3 L 2-0 (Sept. 15, 2012) Dr. Scott Olson Eric Schoh Ali Omar 16-5-0 13-2-0 (NSIC) winonastatewarriors.com G-A-Pts. 5-3-13 5-2-12 4-0-8

Augustana Vikings Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. All-Time Series: 9-3-1 Last Meeting: T 1-1 [2OT] (Sept. 29, 2012) President: Rob Oliver Athletic Director: Bill Gross Head Coach: Brandon Buckus 2012 Record: 6-10-2 Conf. Record: 5-8-2 (NSIC) Website: goaugie.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Payton Pry 4-1-9 Kara Bartels 3-2-8 Katie Hurd 2-1-5

North Dakota State Bison

Sioux Falls Cougars

Location: Fargo, N.D. All-Time Series: 4-2-2 Last Meeting: L 4-3 (Sept. 14, 2003) President: Dean L. Bresciani Athletic Director: Gene Taylor Head Coach: Mark Cook 2012 Record: 8-10-0 Conf. Record: 5-3-0 (Summit League) Website: gobison.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Anisha Kinnarath 6-7-19 Steph Jacobson 3-1-7 Katie Tallas 0-1-1

Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. All-Time Series: 1-0-0 Last Meeting: W 6-0 (Sept. 23, 2012) President: Mark Bendetto Athletic Director: Kevin Hasser Head Coach: Mekonnen Afa 2012 Record: 0-17-1 Conf. Record: 0-14-1 (NSIC) Website: usfcougars.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Desiree Parmenter 1-0-2 Corin Cook 82 saves, 3.11 GAA Maria Gonzalez 24 Shots

St. Cloud State Huskies

Southwest Minnesota State Mustangs

Location St. Cloud, Minn. All-Time Series: 14-7-4 Last Meeting: L 2-1 (Sept. 9, 2012) President: Earl Potter III Athletic Director: Heather Weems Head Coach: Becky McCabe 2012 Record: 9-8-2 Conf. Record: 8-6-1 (NSIC) Website: scsuhuskies.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Gabby Fleck 4-4-12 Haley Greving 3-0-6 Michelle Cornell 3-0-6

Location: Marshall, Minn. All-Time Series: 21-0-0 Last Meeting: W 1-0 (Sept. 22, 2012) President: Dr. Connie Gores Athletic Director: Chris Hmielewski Head Coach: TJ Buchholz 2012 Record: 7-9-1 Conf. Record: 5-9-1 (NSIC) Website: smsumustangs.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Mirandas Cadena 6-2-14 Kayla Williams 3-0-6 Autumn Hayes 3-0-6

Upper Iowa Peacocks

Wayne State Wildcats

Concordia-St.Paul Golden Bears

Location: Fayette, Iowa All-Time Series: 4-1-0 Last Meeting: L 2-0 (Sept. 16, 2012) President: Dr. William Duffy II Athletic Director: David Miller Head Coach: Brian Diaz 2012 Record: 15-3-2 Conf. Record: 11-2-2 (NSIC) Website: upperiowaathletics.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Kali Loescher 7-3-17 Corinnie Wronski 2-5-9 Lauren Rohrmeier 2-4-8

Location: Wayne, Neb. All-Time Series: 10-0-2 Last Meeting: T 2-2 [2OT] (Sept. 30, 2012) President: Curt Frye Athletic Director: Mike Powicki Head Coach: Tom Cliff 2012 Record: 3-14-1 Conf. Record: 3-11-1 (NSIC) Website: wscwildcats.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. McKenna Adams 7-4-18 Kelly Voigt 2-0-4 Mallory Hoyt 1-2-4

Location: St. Paul, Minn. All-Time Series: 14-0-0 Last Meeting: W 4-2 (Oct. 14, 2012) President: Tom Ries Athletic Director: Tom Rubbelke Head Coach: Steve Belllis 2012 Record: 8-9-1 Conf. Record: 7-7-1 (NSIC) Website: cugoldenbears.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Chloe Moore 7-4=18 Jess Bianchi 5-4=14 Brittany Kapala 4-3=11

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Minot State Beavers Location: All-Time Series: Last Meeting: President: Athletic Director: Head Coach: 2012 Record: Conf. Record: Website: Top Returning Players Zoe Fisher Jamie MacParlane Emilie Rebelo

Minot, N.D. 0-1-0 L 1-0 (Oct. 7, 2012) Dr. David Fuller Rick Hedberg Jason Spain 15-4-3 11-3-1 (NSIC) msubeavers.com G-A-Pts. 10-9-29 4-0-8 3-2-8

Mary Marauders Location: All-Time Series: Last Meeting: President: Athletic Director: Head Coach: 2012 Record: Conf. Record: Website: Top Returning Players Alex Bachman-Williams Andrea Muller Emily Christensen

Bismarck, N.D. 6-3-1 W 2-0 (Oct. 6, 2012) James Shea Roger Thomas Sarah McNulty 10-8-0 10-5-0 (NSIC) goumary.com G-A-Pts. 9-2-20 7-0-14 1-2-4

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2013 opponents Minnesota State Mankato Mavericks Location: All-Time Series: Last Meeting: President: Athletic Director: Head Coach: 2012 Record: Conf. Record: Website: Top Returning Players Tori Meinhardt Emily Moris Caitlin Graboski

Mankato, Minn. 8-14-3 L 5-0 (Oct. 31, 2012) Richard Davenport Kevin Buisman Peter McGahey 17-1-5 14-0-1 (NSIC) msumavericks.com G-A-Pts. 5-10-20 5-7-17 6-4-16

Minnesota State-Moorhead Dragons Location: Moorhead, Minn. All-Time Series: 14-3-1 Last Meeting: W 3-1 (Oct. 21, 2012) President: Dr. Edna Szymanski Athletic Director: Doug Peters Head Coach: Rollie Bulock 2012 Record: 4-12-2 Conf. Record: 3-10-2 (NSIC) Website: msumdragons.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Erin Nyberg 7-2-16 Alyson Beare 1-1-3 Anna Hulteng 1-0-2

Northern State Wolves Location: Aberdeen, S.D. All-Time Series: 11-1-1 Last Meeting: W 4-2 (Oct. 20, 2012) President: Dr. James Smith Athletic Director: Josh Moon Head Coach: Steve Kehm 2012 Record: 3-12-3 Conf. Record: 2-10-3 (NSIC) Website: nsuwolvesathletics.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Tia Lopez 1-2-4 Khachirha Tugas 1-1-3 Miranda Brower 1-0-2

All-Time Bulldog Opponents Opponent Record Augsburg College 0-1-0 Augustana College 9-3-1 Bemidji State 14-3-2 Carleton College 1-0-0 Christian Brothers (Tenn.) 0-1-0 ColoradoMines 0-1-1 Concordia College (Minn.) 1-0-0 Concordia-St. Paul 14-0-0 Emporia State 0-1-0 Fort Lewis College 0-2-0 Grand Valley State 0-1-0 Harding (Ark.) 1-0-0 Hillsdale College 1-0-0 Indianapolis 2-0-0 Iowa State 0-1-0 Kansas 1-0-0 Macalester College 0-2-0 Univ. of Mary 6-3-1 Mesa State College 0-2-0 Metro State 0-0-1 Michigan Tech 0-1-0 Minnesota 0-4-0 Minnesota-Crookston 11-0-0 Minnesota-Morris 7-0-0 Minnesota State Mankato 8-14-3 Minnesota State-Moorhead 14-3-1 Minot State 0-1-0 Missouri-St. Louis 0-2-0 Nebraska-Omaha 1-7-0 North Dakota 2-6-3 North Dakota State 4-2-2 Northern Colorado 0-1-0

Bemidji State Beavers

Minnesota-Crookston Golden Eagles

Location: Bemidji, Minn. All-Time Series: 14-3-2 Last Meeting: T 1-1 [2OT] (Oct. 28, 2012) Chancellor: Tracy Dill Athletic Director: Dr. Rick Goeb Head Coach: Jim Stone 2012 Record: 10-7-2 Conf. Record: 8-5-2 (NSIC) Website: bsubeavers.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Mary O’Brien 10-4-24 Jessie Voeller 4-5-13 Tiffany VanHaaften 3-6-12

Location: Crookston, Minn. All-Time Series: 11-0-0 Last Meeting: W 4-0 (Oct. 26, 2012) Chancellor: Dr. Fred Wood Athletic Director: Stephanie Helgeson Head Coach: Joe Alianiello 2012 Record: 2-15-1 Conf. Record: 2-12-1 (NSIC) Website: goldeneaglesports.com Top Returning Players G-A-Pts. Racheal Halligan 3-2-8 Elizabeth Busch 2-1-5 Courtney Armborst 1-2-4

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Opponent Record Northern Kentucky 0-1-0 Northern Michigan 11-3-3 Northern State 11-1-1 Northland College 1-0-0 Northwest Missouri State 2-0-0 Oklahoma 1-0-0 Regis 0-2-0 Rockhurst 0-1-0 Sioux Falls 1-0-0 St. Benedict College 1-1-0 St. Cloud State 14-7-4 St. Joseph’s College (Ind.) 2-1-0 St. Mary’s U. (Minn.) 0-1-0 St. Scholastica 8-2-0 St. Thomas (Minn.) 0-3-1 Univ. of South Dakota 2-5-0 Upper Iowa 4-1-0 South Dakota State 1-0-1 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 0-1-0 Southwest Minnesota State 21-0-0 Truman State 2-2-1 Washburn (Kan.) 0-1-0 Wayne State (Neb.) 10-0-2 Winona State 8-12-3 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1-1-0 Wisconsin-Parkside 0-2-0 Wisconsin-River Falls 2-0-1 Wisconsin-Superior 1-0-0 2013 Opponents in boldface.

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NSIC Founded in 1932, what is now known as the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference has enjoyed a varied but successful existence in the Upper Midwest region it calls home. In the spring of 1992, the NSIC was formed by merging the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (men), and the women’s Northern Sun Conference, which had existed since 1979. The NSIC is currently made up of institutions from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. During the 2008-09 season, the NSIC expanded to a 14-team league with the addition of Augustana College, the University of Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota State UniversityMankato and St. Cloud State University. Minot State University and the University of Sioux Falls will compete as members of the NSIC for the first time in 2012, bringing the conference to a total of 16 teams. Since the league’s inception, various institutions have competed in the NSIC. Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University Moorhead and Winona State University are charter members and have remained in the conference for its entire 80-year history. Minnesota State University,Mankato and St. Cloud State were also charter members, but left the league in 1981 (MSU departed in 1969 only to return eight years later). UMD, which left and rejoined the league on two occasions, was also an original member. Other current league participants joined in later years: Southwest Minnesota State University in 1969; Northern State University in 1978; Wayne State (Neb.) College in 1998; Concordia University-St.

Augustana College Nickname: Vikings Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. Enrollment: 1,750 Colors: Navy & Gold Year Joined: 2008 Stadium: Morstad Field

Minot State University Nickname: Beavers Location: Minot, N.D. Enrollment: 3,642 Colors: Red & Green Year Joined: 2012 Stadium: Herb Parker Stadium 7

Paul and the University of Minnesota-Crookston in 1999; ALL-TIME NSIC SOCCER STANDINGS and the University of Mary and W-L-T P ct . T itles L ast Upper Iowa University in 2006. T eam Winona State 145-13-7 .920 11 2011 The University of Minnesota51-10-6 .844 1 2012 Morris became a NIC member Minnesota State Mankato Minnesota Duluth 96-22-8 .820 5 2003 in 1966, but the Cougars opted 11-3-1 .793 0 ---to join the NCAA Division III Minot State University of Mary 49-26-10 .675 0 ---ranks in 2003. Michigan Tech, 37-23-7 .638 0 ---now of the Great Lakes Athletic St. Cloud State Upper Iowa 40-30-15 .613 0 ---Conference, was a part of the Augustana 33-27-7 .575 0 ---NIC from 1969 to 1977. Northern State 67-72-22 .520 0 ---Before the NSIC became 65-84-16 .465 0 ---eligible for National Collegiate Bemidji State 59-92-14 .418 0 ---Athletic Association (NCAA) Southwest Minnesota State 16-24-2 .415 0 ---championship competition in Minnesota-Morris # 55-98-12 .384 1 1996 1995, its member institutions Minnesota State-Moorhead 50-89-11 .384 0 ---had an extremely rich tradition Wayne State Concordia-St. Paul 49-94-7 .358 0 ---in the National Association of 21-118-7 .172 0 ---Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Minnesota-Crookston Sioux Falls 0-14-1 .033 0 ---The NIC and NSC’s tenure # No longer member of the NSIC. in the NAIA included several national championship teams NCAA Division II men’s basketball title game, and individuals as well as winning the 2006 and 2008 crowns and falling many national qualifiers. In addition to soccer, the NSIC holds in the 2007 championship on a last-second championships in seven other sports for women shot. The league then laid claim to a national (cross country, golf, indoor track, outdoor track, title in women’s hoops when Minnesota State softball, tennis and volleyball) while men’s Mankato won a national championship in 2009. Concordia-St. Paul won its sixth consecutive programs compete in baseball, basketball, cross national volleyball title in 2011, while UMD country, football, golf, indoor track, outdoor track took home NCAA II football titles in 2008 and and wrestling. In recent years the NSIC has put itself on 2010 on identical 15-0 records (the only NCAA the map with national titles in several sports. II program to put up a 15-0 mark more than Winona State made three straight trips to the once.)

Bemidji State University Nickname: Beavers Location: Bemidji, Minn. Enrollment: 5,360 Colors: Green & White Year Joined: 1932 Stadium: BSU Soccer Complex

Northern State University Nickname: Wolves Location: Aberdeen, S.D. Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Maroon & Gold Year Joined: 1978 Stadium: Jerde Field

Concordia University, St. Paul Nickname: Golden Bears Location: St. Paul, Minn. Enrollment: 2,702 Colors: Blue & Gold Year Joined: 1999 Stadium: Sea Foam Stadium

Southwest Minnesota State University

Nickname: Mustangs Location: Marshall, Minn. Enrollment: 3,200 Colors: Brown & Gold Year Joined: 1969 Stadium: Regional Event Center

University of Minnesota-Crookston Nickname: Golden Eagles Location: Crookston, Minn. Enrollment: 1,700 Colors: Maroon & Gold Year Joined: 1999 Stadium: UMC Soccer Field

St. Cloud State University Nickname: Huskies Location: St. Cloud, Minn. Enrollment: 16,882 Colors: Black & Red Year Joined: 1932, 2008 Stadium: Husky Stadium UMDBULLDOGS.COM


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Member Schools Augustana Bemidji State Concordia-St. Paul Univ. of Mary Minnesota-Crookston Minnesota Duluth Minn. State Mankato Minn. State-Moorhead Minot State Northern State Sioux Falls Southwest Minnesota State St. Cloud State Upper Iowa Wayne State Winona State

Minnesota State University Mankato

University of Mary

Nickname: Mavericks Location: Mankato, Minn. Enrollment: 14,036 Colors: Purple & Gold Year Joined: 1932, 1970, 2008 Stadium: Taylor Center

Nickname: Vikings Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Blue, Orange & White Year Joined: 2006 Stadium: Bismarck Community Bowl

University of Sioux Falls Nickname: Cougars Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. Enrollment: 1,519 Colors: Purple, White & Black Year Joined: 2012 Stadium: Sanford Sports Complex 8

Upper Iowa University Nickname: Peacocks Location: Fayette, Iowa Enrollment: 6,700 Colors: Blue & White Year Joined: 2008 Stadium: Pattison Field

University of Minnesota Duluth

Minnesota State University-Moorhead

Nickname: Bulldogs Location: Duluth, Minn. Enrollment: 11,500 Colors: Maroon & Gold Year Joined: 1932, 1976, 2008 Stadium: Malosky Stadium

Nickname: Dragons Location: Moorhead, Minn. Enrollment: 7,500 Colors: Scarlett & White Year Joined: 1932 Stadium: Alex Nemzek Soccer Field

Wayne State College Nickname: Wildcats Location: Wayne, Neb. Enrollment: 3,500 Colors: Black & Gold Year Joined: 2008 Stadium: WSC Soccer Field

Winona State University Nickname: Warriors Location: Winona, Minn. Enrollment: 8,000 Colors: Purple & White Year Joined: 1932 Stadium: Verizon Wireless Stadium UMDBULLDOGS.COM


Coaches & staff 1997 NSIC Coach of the Year

Greg Cane Head Coach, 20

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Few collegiate coaches in any sport can claim to have literally built his or her squad from the ground up. University of Minnesota Duluth head coach Greg Cane has been t h e r e f o r eve r y single step of the Bulldogs’ transition from club-level to the NCAA Division II ranks and then a perennial Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference contender. Cane officially became the first head soccer coach in Bulldog history in 1994, and has paced the sideline for each of the team’s 347 matches during the program’s 20-year existence. During that time, the Duluth native has won at a .631 clip, piling up an overall record of 203-112-32. Following a debut season that produced a 2-4-1 overall record, UMD went on to post double-digit win totals every year from 19952003 under Cane. The Bulldogs joined the upstart NSIC in 1996 and claimed five regular season titles in the conference’s first eight

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years of existence, locking down league crowns in 1997, 1998, 2001-03. Cane has twice led UMD to unblemished conference marks (4-0 in 1997 and 8-0 in 2003), both times being named NSIC Coach of the Year. In 13 seasons of NSIC competition (the Bulldogs spent four seasons in the now-defunct North Central Conference from 2004-07) Cane has come away with at least a share of the league title five times and boasts five conference tournament titles (1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2009). A big step on UMD’s road to establishing a legitimate program occurred in 1999, when Cane guided the Bulldogs to their first-ever national ranking. One year later, UMD set a team record with 17 wins and would be ranked as high as eighth nationally en route to capturing the program’s initial NCAA Tournament berth. Nearly a decade after cracking the tourney field for the first time, Cane administered a 10-game turnaround -- the second-largest improvement in the nation that season -- rolling up an overall mark of 17-3-2 in 2009 as the Bulldogs returned to the national tournament for the second time ever. UMD made some noise in its second NCAA playoff appearance, with Cane and the Bulldogs notching their first NCAA postseason victory with

Coach Cane’s Year-by-Year Results

Overall Year School W L T Pct. 1990 St. Scholastica 2 8 1 .227 1991 St. Scholastica 3 9 1 .269 1992 St. Scholastica 3 9 0 .250 1993 St. Scholastica 7 9 0 .438 1994 UMD 2 4 1 .357 1995 UMD 13 4 1 .750 1996 UMD 10 9 1 .525 1997 UMD 11 4 2 .706 1998 UMD 11 5 0 .688 1999 UMD 14 3 1 .806 2000 UMD 17 2 2 .857 2001 UMD 15 4 1 .775 2002 UMD 15 5 2 .727 2003 UMD 14 3 3 .775 2004 UMD 3 8 4 .333 2005 UMD 8 11 0 .421 2006 UMD 8 8 3 .500 2007 UMD 7 9 1 .441 2008 UMD 7 11 2 .400 2009 UMD 17 3 2 .818 2010 UMD 12 6 2 .650 2011 UMD 11 6 1 .676 2012 UMD 8 7 3 .528 Totals............................... 203 112 32 .631

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2 2 0 .500 4 0 0 1.000 5 1 0 .830 8 1 0 .889 8 0 1 .944 7 1 1 .833 8 1 0 .889 8 0 0 1.000 1 4 1 .250 3 9 0 .250 4 6 2 .417 5 5 1 .500 7 4 2 .615 11 1 1 .885 10 3 0 .769 10 3 0 .769 7 5 3 .567 108 46 12 .687

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St. Scholastica 2, Wis.-Stout 0 (Sept. 29, 1990)

First UMD Win 4-0 vs. Wis.-Superior (Sept. 21, 1994)

50th UMD Win 9-0 vs. Southwest Minn. State (Oct. 25, 1997)

100th UMD Win 3-1 vs. Southwest Minn. State (Sept. 30, 2001)

150th UMD Win 6-0 vs. Concordia-St. Paul (Aug. 30, 2006)

200th Career Win 1-0 vs. Northern State (Oct. 8, 2011)

200th UMD Win 4-2 vs. Northern State (Oct. 20, 2012)

a 2-0 shutout of league-rival Minnesota StateMankato Nov. 13, 2009 in Denver, Colo. For a three-year period, Cane doubled as the head coach of UMD women’s tennis starting in 1995. Under the watch of Cane -- UMD’s longest tenured head coach in any sport -- the Bulldogs produced a 30-15 overall record and won three straight NSIC titles. In his first season, UMD set a single-season record for victories and winning percentage with a 15-2 mark as the Bulldogs made their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional. For his efforts, Cane was named the 1995 NSIC Coach of the Year. Following his graduation from Duluth’s Cathedral High School, Cane played varsity soccer for three seasons at the College of St. Scholastica. After graduating from CSS in 1983 with bachelor’s degrees in both secondary education and history, he remained at his alma mater as the head coach of the men’s soccer varsity team. In his nine years with the Saints, Cane rolled up a 106-53-12 mark while winning two National Small Colleges Athletic Association National Championships and five NAIA District 12 titles. The 1988 NSCAA Coach of the Year Award recipient averaged 12 wins per campaign with CSS and endured just one losing season. Cane later played an integral role in establishing the St. Scholastica women’s soccer program in 1990 and posted an overall mark of 15-35-2 as the team’s head coach from 1990-93. In September 2013, Cane will be inducted into the St. Scholastica Athletic Hall of Fame. Cane lives in Duluth with his wife, Patti. Their daughter, Amanda, is a 2011 graduate of St. Scholastica.

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Coaches & Staff

Kelly Grgas-Wheeler

Kelsey Gratz

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A name certainly familiar to those in the Duluth area soccer circles, Kelly GrgasWheeler will embark on her tenth season as a Bulldog assistant coach in 2013. The longest-serving UMD assistant in program history, Grgas-Wheeler joined the Bulldog staff in 2004 with four years of previous high-level collegiate coaching experience tucked under her belt. That included a two-season assistant stint at NCAA Division-I University of Texas El Paso. While in El Paso, she helped mold the Miners into one of the most potent offensive clubs in the nation (UTEP led the nation in goals scored in 2002). In addition to duties behind the bench, her responsibilities with the Miners also consisted of scheduling, game management and recruiting. Before accepting the UTEP post, Grgas-Wheeler was an assistant coach at Cochise College (Ariz.) for two years. She also served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Ottawa (Kan.) University, in 1999 after completing a three-year soccer career at

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the institution and graduating with a bachelor’s degree in English. While in Ottawa, she served as the Ottawa Middle School head girl’s soccer coach in 2000. As a forward at Ottawa, Grgas-Wheeler was a three-time All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) First Team selection (199698). A two-year captain, she was voted the team’s Most Valuable Player three times while rewriting the school’s record books. She left Ottawa owning all-time marks for goals, assists, and points and still owns the No. 3 mark for assists in a season (10 in 1997) and the eight spot for points in a single season (32 in 1997). Grgas-Wheeler was also a four-year letterwinner for the Braves on the basketball court. Grgas-Wheeler received her NSCAA National Diploma in June of 2007. Locally, she has spent the last 12 summers in the Duluth area as a Gitchi Gummi Club soccer coach. She has led a pair of club teams to the MYSA state tournament, claiming a U-13 state title in 2003 and guiding a second youth squad to the state tournament in 2010. Grgas-Wheeler is a graduate of Duluth East High School and also serves as the women’s hockey sports information director at UMD, a position she has held for each of the past six seasons.

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Kelsey Gratz joins the Bulldog coaching staff after finishing up a fouryear playing career at UMD in 2012. Gratz finished her UMD career with five goals and five assists (15 points) with 66 games under her belt as a midfielder and a defender. As a player, Gratz received NSIC AllAcademic Team honors in both her junior and senior seasons. Additionally, she was named an All-NSIC Honorable Mention in 2011. A 2009 graduate of Eagan high school in Minnesota, Gratz is continuing her academic career at UMD in pursuit of an exercise science degree and hopes to attend nursing school. This summer, she participated in a medical internship which brought her to Africa.

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Matt Bauman

Brittany Dufault

Dr. Xan Corville

Dr. Sam Hokie

Strength & Conditioning

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Team Surgeon

Team Surgeon

Dr. Justin Cummins

Dr. Ben Nelson

Dr. Jay Butcher

Team Surgeon

Team Physician

Team Physician

Ann Sudoh Team Physician

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The 2013 Bulldogs

Back Row: Kelly Grgas-Wheeler, Jenna St. Ger main, Taylor Johnson, Leah Nesheim, Nicole Becker, Kailey Beatt, Megan Burditt, Kelsey Gratz, Greg Cane Middle Row: Katie Peterson, Madie Bar r, Megan Helberg , Emily Jenson, Kelsey Woodland, Dani Potter, Sally Stromme, Kaleigh Solheim, Marissa Ganske, Brittany Dufault Front Row: Cour tney Driscoll, Kelli Klun, Katie Schneider, Jennifer Smith, Maureen Stor mont, Jordan Melby, Marissa Rosa, Riley Allen, Ana Zdechlik, Jackie Sorenson, Hannah Keil

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

Player Marissa Rosa Courtney Driscoll Marissa Ganske Hannah Keil Kate McMahon Maddie Barr Emily Jenson Sally Stromme Kelli Klun Katie Schneider Jackie Sorenson Megan Helberg Taylor Johnson Jennifer Smith Kelsey Woodland Leah Nesheim Dani Potter Riley Allen Maureen Stormont Ana Zdechlik Megan Burditt Jenna St. Germain Nicole Becker Kailey Beatt Kaleigh Solheim Jordan Melby Katie Peterson

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

Head Coach: Greg Cane Assistant Coach: Kelly Grgas-Wheeler Team Captain: Dani Potter

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Hometown (Previous School) Champlin, Minn. (Champlin Park H.S.) Apple Valley, Minn. (Eastview H.S.) Eagan, Minn. (Eagan H.S.) Plymouth, Minn. (Wayzata H.S.) Fitchburg, Wis. (Madison Edgewood H.S.) St. Michael, Minn. (St. Michael-Albertville H.S.) Champlin, Minn. (Champlin Park H.S.) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley H.S.) Duluth, Minn. (Duluth East H.S.) Brookings, S.D. (Brookings H.S.) Hastings, Minn. (Hastings H.S.) Lakeville, Minn. (Centennial H.S.) White Bear Lake, Minn. (White Bear Lake H.S.) Bloomington, Minn. (Bloomington Jefferson H.S.) Waconia, Minn. (Waconia H.S.) Eagan, Minn. (Eastview H.S.) White Bear Lake, Minn. (White Bear Lake H.S.) Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie H.S.) Stillwater, Minn. (Stillwater H.S.) Woodbury, Minn. (New Life Academy) Adel, Iowa (Adel-DeSoto-Minburn H.S.) Ashland, Wis. (Ashland H.S.) Chanhassen, Minn. (Chanhassen H.S.) Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove H.S.) Eagan, Minn. (Eagan H.S.) Burnsville, Minn. (Chanhassen H.S.) Eagan, Minn. (Eagan H.S.) Athletic Trainer: Brittany Dufault Strength & Conditioning Coach: Matt Bauman

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The 2013 Bulldogs

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Marissa Rosa

Courtney Driscoll

Marissa Ganske

Hannah Keil

Kate McMahon

Maddie Barr

GK • 5-7 • So. Champlin, Minn.

F • 5-5 • Jr. Apple Valle y, Minn.

M/F • 5-3 • Fr. Eagan, Minn.

M • 5-5 • Jr. Plymouth, Minn.

F • 5-7 • So. Fitchburg , Wis.

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Emily Jenson

Sally Stromme

Kelli Klun

Katie Schneider

Jackie Sorenson

Megan Helberg

M/D • 5-5 • Sr. Champlin, Minn.

M • 5-5 • Sr. Overland Park, Kan.

M • 5-5 • Jr. Duluth, Minn.

M • 5-5 • Jr. Brookings, S.D.

D • 5-5 • Fr. Hastings, Minn.

D • 5-6 • Jr. Lake ville, Minn.

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Taylor Johnson

Jennifer Smith

Kelsey Woodland

Leah Nesheim

Dani Potter

Riley Allen

F • 5-7 • Fr. White Bear Lake, Minn.

M • 5-6 • Jr. Bloomington, Minn.

D • 5-6 • Sr. Waconia, Minn.

F/M • 5-7 • So. Eagan, Minn.

F • 5-6 • Sr. White Bear Lake, Minn.

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Maureen Stormont

Ana Zdechlik

Megan Burditt

Jenna St. Germain

Nicole Becker

Kailey Beatt

F • 5-9 • Jr. Stillwater, Minn.

D • 5-8 • Jr. Woodbury, Minn.

F • 5-4 • Fr. Adel, Iowa

F • 5-5 • Fr. Ashland, Wis.

M • 5-6 • Fr. Chanhassen, Minn.

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Kaleigh Solheim

Jordan Melby

Katie Peterson

Greg Cane

Kelly Grgas Wheeler

F • 5-3 • Fr. Eagan, Minn.

GK • 5-10 • Fr. Burnsville, Minn.

F/M • 5-7 • So. Eagan, Minn.

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Roster Breakdown

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Seniors - 4 Emily Jenson, Dani Potter, Sally Stromme, Kelsey Woodland

Minnesota - 22 • Riley Allen, Maddie Barr, Kailey Beatt, Nicole Becker, Courtney Driscoll, Marissa Ganske, Megan Helberg, Emily Jenson, Taylor Johnson, Hannah Keil, Kelli Klun, Jordan Melby, Leah Nesheim, Katie Peterson, Dani Potter, Marissa Rosa, Jennifer Smith, Kaleigh Solheim, Jackie Sorenson, Maureen Stormont, Kelsey Woodland, Ana Zdechlik

Juniors - 9 Riley Allen, Courtney Driscoll, Megan Helberg, Hannah Keil, Kelli Klun, Katie Schneider, Jennifer Smith, Maureen Stormont, Ana Zdechlik Sophomores - 5 Kate McMahon, Leah Nesheim, Katie Peterson, Marissa Rosa, Jackie Sorenson Freshmen - 9 Maddie Barr, Kailey Beatt, Nicole Becker, Megan Burditt, Marissa Ganske, Taylor Johnson, Kaleigh Solheim, Jenna St. Germain

Wisconsin - 2 • Jenna St. Germain, Kate McMahon

Iowa - 1 • Megan Burditt

Kansas - 1 • Sally Stromme South Dakota - 1 • Katie Schneider

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Season Preview 2013 NSIC Preseason Coaches’ Poll Rank School (First Place Votes)

The University of Minnesota Duluth soccer team snuck into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament with a five-match undefeated streak to close the 2012 regular season, but tabbed as the number-five team in the NSIC Preseason Coaches Poll, the 2013 Bulldogs find themselves with greater expectations as a top contender in the league. Coach Greg Cane returns eight starters from the 2012 squad that finished 8-7-3, led by it senior team captain, forward Dani Potter. Potter finished second on the team in scoring last season with five goals and eight assists (18 points), including two game-winners. Fellow seniors Sally Stromme, Emily Jenson, and Kelsey Woodland will also contribute as leaders of a team with 14 underclassmen. The junior class features six of the Bulldogs’ returning starters, with none more notable than 2013 NSCAA AllCentral Region selection, forward Maureen Stormont. Stormont paced UMD in 2012 with 24 points and 11 goals – a mark that topped the NSIC. A trio of junior midfielders in Jennifer Smith, Hannah Keil, and Kelli Klun also return to the starting line-up. They finished third, fourth, and fifth in scoring, respectively, for last year’s campaign, playing in all 18 games and missing just two starts among the three. Sophomores Leah Nesheim and Kate McMahon also saw time on the Bulldogs’

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front line in 2012 and will look to contribute more this season. Offense was at a premium for the Bulldogs in 2012, with UMD finishing fourth in the conference in shots at 18 per game, second in points (6.39 per game), and sixth in goals. On the defensive side, juniors Riley Allen and Megan Helberg return after starting every game last season in front of sophomore goalkeeper Marissa Rosa. Junior defender Ana Zdechlik also returns after playing in 16 games for the UMD in 2012. The Bulldogs allowed just 100 shots, and 69 on goal, compared to 166 (132 SOG) for UMD’s offense. Rosa took over starting duties halfway through her freshman season, posting a 7-4-2 overall record and 1.66 GAA with 48 saves. She shut out three opponents, all in conference. Her experience as a first-year player will no doubt help her as she finds herself firmly ensconced in a starting role. The Bulldogs will trend younger on their bench, as Coach Cane returns five sophomores and adds nine first-year players to the roster. The 2013 additions include five forwards, three midfielders, and a goalkeeper. First-year forwards Megan Burditt, Jenna St. Germain, Kailey

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Winona State (10)

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Minn. State Mankato (5)

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Minot State (1)

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Upper Iowa

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Minnesota Duluth

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Bemidji State

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St. Cloud State

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Southwest Minn. State

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Concordia-St. Paul

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Minn. State Moorhead

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Northern State

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Wayne State

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Beatt, Kaleigh Solheim, and Taylor Johnson will compete for time on the front line, while Marissa Ganske, Maddie Barr, and Nicole Becker are slated to contribute in the midfield. Goalkeeper Jordan Melby will take over as the primary back-up to Rosa in her freshman year. The Bulldogs kick off the season at home against non-conference foe Northern Michigan on Sept. 5. UMD will open NSIC play on the road Sept. 15 at St. Cloud State, and take on preseason conference favorite Winona State on Sept. 22 in Duluth. The road will not be easy for the Bulldogs as they evolve from pesky underdog to one of the favorites in the NSIC, but an improving defense and a strong returning offense should lead them on the path to success.

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Player Biographies

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Dani Potter Senior • Forward • 5-6 • Exercise Science White Bear Lake, Minn. (White Bear Lake H.S.) 2010 All-NSIC Second Team

2012 All-NSIC Second Team

2011 All-NSIC First Team

2012 NSCAA All-Central Region

2011 NSIC All-Academic Team

2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Junior [2012] - Started 17 games for the Bulldogs in her third season • Named to All-NSIC second team • Earned AllCentral Region honors from the NSCAA • Scored game-winning goals against Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) and Mary (Oct. 6) • Scored her second goal of the day against Mary on the team’s lone penalty kick chance on Oct. 6 • Had two assists vs. Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) and Minnesota Crookston (Oct. 26) • Named to NSIC All-Academic Team. As a Sophomore [2011] - Followed up an all-conference freshman campaign by finishing third on the UMD scoring charts with five goals and three assists for 13 points • repeated as an All-NSIC performer, this time being named to the league’s first team by conference coaches • recognized as an All-Central region performer (first team) by the National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) • started all 18 outings (a feat matched by just five of her Bulldog teammates) in helping UMD to a record of 5-1-1 in games in which she recorded a point • struck for a pair of goals, including the game-winner in a 3-2 win over Concordia-St. Paul Oct 1 • named to the NSIC All-Academic team. As a Freshman [2010] - Started out her collegiate soccer career with a bang and, as a result, was aptly named to the NSIC AllConference second team as a freshman • sat at the top of the 2010 Bulldog rankings in numerous categories including: points (19), goals (8), shots (56) and game-winning goals (4) • was the only Bulldog last season to contribute two goals in one game during UMD’s 6-0 victory over Minnesota-Crookston on Sept. 18, 2010 • contributed three assists last season which placed her third on the Bulldogs leader board • walked away from the 2010 season with two team awards -- the Newcomer Award and Attacker of the Year • finished out last season with a .143 shots percentage • saw a starting assignment for 14 games last season and was the lone freshman to participate in all 20 games.

BEFORE UMD Is a 2010 graduate of White Bear Lake Area High School • earned four letters while playing for the Bears • was voted captain by her teammates for her senior season and Most Valuable Player as a sophomore • was All-Conference for the Suburban East Conference, a member of the All Tournament Team, and head coach Jim Pelletier’s leading scorer for her senior and sophomore seasons • was a member of the All-State Team her senior year • presented with Academic All-State honors for three varsity years • also played basketball and was awarded three letters for the Bears as a guard • was voted Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 and captain of the team for her junior and senior years • earned four letters for the WBLAHS track and field team • voted captain her senior year and received All-Conference honors in 2008 and 2009 as well as holding school records those same years • a member of the National Honor Society for WBLAHS. PERSONAL: Born Danielle Lynne Potter on December 11, 1991 in Maplewood, Minn. • daughter of Curt Potter and Kirsten Allen • has one younger sibling (Reid).

Potter’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2010 20-14 56 8 3 19 4 2011 18-18 13 5 3 13 1 2012 18-18 37 5 8 18 2 Totals 56-50...... 106......... 18...........14......... 50........... 7 15

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Emily Jenson Senior • Defender • 5-5 • Criminology Champlin, Minn. (Champlin Park H.S.)

BULLDOG CAREER As a Junior [2012] - After a preseason injury sidelined her for the first half of the season, returned to play in 11 games while coming off the bench for the Bulldogs’ defensive corps. As a Sophomore [2011] - Took on additional responsibility in her first season as a regular fixture in the Bulldog lineup • made each of her 17 appearances as a starter, entering all but one of UMD’s 18 outings • made the majority of her contributions on defense, finishing the season with just two shots attempted. As a Freshman [2010] - Was called to play for seven of the Bulldogs’ contests as a freshman.

Jenson’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2010 7-0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 17-17 1 0 0 0 0 2012 11-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35-17........... 1...............0..............0..............0.............. 0

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BEFORE UMD Is a 2010 graduate of Champlin Park High School • earned three letters during her varsity career with the Rebels • helped Champlin Park capture the Northwest Suburban Conference title as a sophomore • was voted the Rebels’ Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Defender • presented with All-Northwest Suburban Conference honors in each of her final two prep seasons • participated for two years in track and field (sprinter) and hockey (forward) during her time as a Rebel • was active outside of sports at Champlin Park as well belonging to Business Professional Association, the Leadership Academy Program and Link Crew. PERSONAL: Born Emily Rebecca Jenson on October 20, 1991 • daughter of Brian and Becky Jenson • has two older brothers (Matthew and Andrew).

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Sally Stromme Senior • Midfielder • 5-5 • Health Education Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley H.S.)

BULLDOG CAREER As a Junior [2012] - Played important minutes off the bench in 14 games for the Bulldogs • Scored her first career goal in the season opener against Northern Michigan (Aug. 30) • Earned her second goal of the season against Sioux Falls (Oct. 23) • Had an assist in the Bulldogs’ 4-2 win against Concordia-St. Paul (Oct. 14). As a Sophomore [2011] - Became a full-time contributor as a sophomore as one of nine Bulldogs to crack the lineup for all 18 outings • made four starts and put up a pair of assists for two points on the year • fired a total of eight shots, sending six of them on goal • put three shots on target in a 1-0 loss at Winona State on Sept. 24. As a Freshman [2010] - Saw the field for 12 games in 2010 as a rookie • scored her lone collegiate point to date off of an assist on Dani Potter’s lone goal in the Bulldogs’ 1-0 win over St. Cloud State on Oct. 2, 2010 • contributed seven shots as a freshman.

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BEFORE UMD Is a 2010 graduate of Blue Valley High School in Stillwell, Kan. • started three seasons and was a four-year letterwinner for the Tigers • attained Eastern Kansas Soccer League honorable mention honors her sophomore and senior years • was also awarded two letters in basketball as a point guard at Blue Valley. PERSONAL: Born Sally Lynn Stromme on Jan. 21, 1992 in Overland Park, Kan. • daughter of Jeff and Geneva Stromme • has both an older brother (Jesse) and a younger brother (Danny).

stromme’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2010 12-0 7 0 1 1 0 2011 18-4 6 0 2 2 0 2012 14-0 4 2 1 5 0 Totals 44-4........... 17..............2..............4..............8.............. 0

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Kelsey Woodland Senior • Defender • 5-6 • Exercise Science Waconia, Minn. (Waconia H.S.) 2011 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Junior [2012] - Appeared in four games for the Bulldogs in her second season with the team. As a Sophomore [2011] - Used sparingly in her first season as a walk-on at UMD, making three appearances on the back line as a reserve • named to the NSIC All-Academic team. BEFORE UMD Is a 2010 graduate of Waconia High School • was a three year letterwinner for head coach Gretchen Fritz • played both center midfield and defense for the Wildcats • Played C-1 soccer three years for Eden Prairie • participated on the basketball team for two seasons as a freshman and a sophomore • earned two letters as a member of the Waconia track and field team as a sprinter and triple jumper • was a member of the Student Council for three years and was named treasurer for that club • was also in the National Honor Society for the full four years of her high school campaign. PERSONAL: Born Kelsey Leigh Woodland on December 20, 1991 in St. Paul, Minn. • daughter of Philip and Rebecca Woodland • has one older brother (Gavin).

woodland’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 7-0.......... 0............ 0.............0........... 0............ 0 18

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Courtney Driscoll Junior • Forward • 5-4 • Psychology & Criminology and Hispanic Studies Apple Valley, Minn. (Eastview H.S.) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER

BEFORE UMD

As a Sophomore [2012] - Appeared in nine games off the bench for the Bulldogs • After an injury sidelined one of UMD’s goalkeepers, served as the back-up to Marissa Rosa for the last half of the season • Named to the NSIC All-Academic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Made 14 appearances off the bench in her debut season • scored her first career goal in a 2-0 win over St. Cloud State Oct. 2 at Malosky Stadium.

Is a 2011 graduate of Eastview High School • was the leading goal scorer for the Lightning under coach David Herem •was named co-captain for Eastview as a senior • is a two-time All-Conference Honorable Mention athlete in the South-Suburban Conference for both her junior and senior seasons • participated in the Section 3AA championship games as both a junior and a sophomore • helped her team achieve a 4th place finish in the 2008 Minnesota State Soccer Tournament • held membership to the National Honor Society, Student Council and the Spanish National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Born Courtney Jo Driscoll on February 12, 1993 in Burnsville, Minn. • daughter of Dave and Kim Driscoll • has one younger brother (Zach).

Driscoll’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 14-0 2 1 0 2 0 2012 9-0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 23-0.......... 3............ 1.............0........... 2............ 0

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Hannah Keil Junior • Midfielder • 5-5 • Finance & Human Resources Management Plymouth, Minn. (Wayzata H.S.) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Started all 18 games for the Bulldogs in her sophomore season, finishing with 13 points via three goals and seven assists • Scored a season-high two goals and five points, including the game winner against Northern State (Oct. 20) • Scored game-winning goal against Minnesota-Crookston (Oct. 26) • Named to the NSIC All-Academic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Contributed as a regular in the Bulldog lineup as a rookie, seeing action in all but one game on the year • made 15 consecutive starts from Sept. 11 - Nov. 2 and finished the season with two assists • notched her first collegiate point with a helper in an Oct. 29 win over conference rival Southwest Minnesota State.

Keil’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 17-15 9 0 2 2 0 2012 18-18 16 3 7 13 2 Totals 35-33.......... 25..............3..............9.............15............. 2

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BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Wayzata High School • assisted the Trojans in taking home two section championships for both 2010 and 2011 • earned the Minnesota State High School AA Championship title for Wayzata as a junior and nabbed runner-up status for the same tournament the following year • contributed the most assists during her senior season •proved to be a top-notch student as well, being named to the Academic All-State Team as both a junior and as a senior • was also recognized as a 4.0 GPA player for the Trojans • was a member of the National Honor Society during her junior and senior years. PERSONAL: Born Hannah M. Keil on September 28, 1992 in St. Louis Park, Minn. • daughter of Alan and Lynda Keil • Her two older sisters (Meghan Brown and Emilee) are both UMD graduates, and Meghan was a member of the 2004 Bulldog soccer squad.

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Kelli Klun Junior • Midfielder • 5-5 • Communications Duluth, Minn. (Duluth East H.S.) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Started 16 games while playing in all 18 Bulldog matches • Scored game-winning goal against Minnesota State Moorhead (Oct. 21) • Had five assists including one during the season opener vs. Northern Michigan (Aug. 30) • Took a season-high four shots on goal against Wayne State (Sept. 30) • Named to the NSIC All-Academic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Hit the ground running in her first season as a Bulldog, entering all 18 games at the midfielder position • flashed offensive capability, finishing the season with two goals and four assists for eight points, good for fifth on the UMD scoring charts • registered first collegiate point by burying a goal in a 4-2 win at Upper Iowa Sept. 25 • put up points in three consecutive games from Sept. 25 - Oct. 2 as the Bulldogs rattled off a trio of wins against conference opponents • cracked the starting lineup for the first time on a Oct. 15 matchup against Wayne State and never looked back, serving as a starter in UMD’s final seven outings • helped lead the Bulldogs to a 6-0 record in games in which she scored a point. BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Duluth East High School • is the 18th native Duluthian to suit up for the Bulldogs’ soccer team • was a two-year captain for the Greyhounds • led her team to the state tournament in 2010 despite an injury that kept her sidelined • earned the “Most Inspirational Award” as a junior • was the Duluth News Tribune’s Player to Watch for the 2008 season • was a single-year letter winner on the Duluth East basketball team as a point guard • laced up her cleats for the Greyhound softball team as an outfielder and earned three letters in the spring.

PERSONAL: Born Kelli Lynn Klun on October 7, 1992 in Duluth, Minn. • daughter of Dan and Julie ‘Hay’ Klun, who participated on the UMD women’s track and field team in the mid-eighties and was a former Bulldog All-American as well as a member of the UMD Athletics Hall of Fame (class of 2001) • has one older brother (Sean) and one younger brother (Derek).

Klun’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 18-7 9 2 2 8 0 2012 18-16 16 1 5 7 1 Totals 36-23....... 25........... 3.............7.......... 15........... 1

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Katie Schneider Junior • Midfielder • 5-5 • Biochemistry Brookings, S.D. (Brookings H.S.) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER

BEFORE UMD As a Sophomore [2012] - Appeared in all 18 games for the Is a 2011 graduate of Brookings High School • owns the Bulldogs in her second season. Scored her first career goal in the distinction of being the first-ever soccer Bulldog from the state season opener vs. Northern Michigan (Aug. 30) • Named to the of South Dakota • a four-year starter and letterwinner for the 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team. Bobcats • was named to the South Dakota All-State Second Team As a Freshman [2011] - Came off the bench to enter each of as both a junior and a senior • was voted Most Valuable Player UMD’s 18 outings as a rookie midfielder • racked up nine shots for two straight years (2009 and 2010) • held a two year reign on the year, firing a season-high three attempts in a 4-2 win at as captain for the Bobcats for both her junior and senior year • earned the Varsity Athlete Scholar Award from 2007-2010 • was Upper Iowa Sept. 25. very involved outside of athletics as she was vice-president for the National Honor Society, in both the concert and jazz bands Schneider’s Career Statistics and was a South Dakota Girl’s State Representative for 2010. Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 18-0 5 0 0 0 0 PERSONAL: Born Katelyn Lane Schneider on November 4, 1992 2012 18-0 1 1 0 2 0 in San Antonio, Texas • daughter of Todd and Chelli Schneider • Totals 36-0.......... 6............ 1.............0........... 2............ 0 has one older brother (Jacob) and one younger brother (Chris).

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Megan Helberg Junior • Defender • 5-6 • Criminology Lakeville, Minn. (Centennial H.S.) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Started all 18 games for the Bulldogs in her second season with the team • Earned an assist against Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) and against Concordia-St. Paul (Oct. 14) • Took a season-high three shots against St. Cloud State (Sept. 9) • Named to the NSIC All-Academic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Served as a backup defender in her first collegiate season, making nine appearances off the bench • Registered first collegiate point with a helper on the final Bulldog goal (scored by fellow freshman Maureen Stormont) in a 5-3 UMD win over Augustana Oct. 16 at Malosky Stadium. BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Centennial High School • helped the Cougars achieve three conference championship titles in 2010, 2009 and 2007 under former UMD goalkeeper Ginger Flohaug • participated in the state tournament as a junior • held positions in the student council for her freshman and sophomore years. PERSONAL: Born Megan Holly Helberg on July 12, 1993 in St. Paul, Minn. • daughter of Scott and Teresa Lombard • has one younger brother (Jake).

Helberg’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 9-0 0 0 1 1 0 2012 18-18 4 0 2 2 0 Totals 27-18........ 4............ 0.............3........... 3............ 0

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Jennifer Smith Junior • Midfielder • 5-6 • Communication Science Bloomington, Minn. (Jefferson H.S.) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Started all 18 games for the Bulldogs in her second season • Scored game-winning goals against Northern Michigan (Aug. 30) and Southwest Minnesota State (Sept. 22) • Had a season team-high three assists against Concordia-St. Paul (Oct. 14) • Scored a goal and an assist against Northern State (Oct. 20) • Had a season team-high ten shots including five on goal against Wayne State (Sept. 30) • Named to the All-NSIC Academic Team As a Freshman [2011] - Combined with fellow rookie Maureen Stormont to hold down the top two spots on the UMD scoring chart • started every game and finished the season with five goals and five assists for 15 points • tied for second among league rookies in scoring • attempted 47 shots on the year, the second-highest total of any Bulldog • earned first collegiate point with an assist in a season-opening draw with Northern Michigan Sept. 1 • was not held off the score sheet more than three consecutive outings, and was kept pointless on consecutive occasions just twice all year • yielded five points (one goal, three assists) over a four-game scoring streak Sept. 25 - Oct. 8 • Buried the game-winner at Bemidji State. BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Bloomington-Jefferson High School • cocaptained the Jaguars her senior year • was All-Conference in the South Suburban Conference that same year • in 2010, the four-year starter and letterwinner led Bloomington Jefferson in assists • helped the Jaguars reach the section final game her senior year • received the State Academic Gold Award for three years (2007-09) • was a Student Council representative as a junior and a senior. PERSONAL: Born Jennifer Erin Smith on June 21, 1993 in Minneapolis, Minn. • daughter of Bill and Becky Smith • has two older twin sisters (Amy and Allison).

Smith’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 18-18 22 5 5 15 1 2012 18-18 21 4 7 15 2 Totals 36-36....... 43........... 9............12......... 30........... 3 24

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Riley Allen Junior • Defender • 5-10 • Marketing Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie H.S.) 2011 Daktronics All-Central Second Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Started all 18 games as an anchor of the Bulldogs’ defense in her second season • Scored a goal in the Bulldogs’ 6-0 victory over Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) • Earned an assist against Wayne State (Sept. 30) • Named to the All-NSIC Academic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Contributed mostly off the bench as a rookie, putting away two goals and adding three assists for seven points over 13 games • made four consecutive starts from Oct. 16 Oct. 30 and recorded a goal and two assists in that span • showed a knack for coming through in big spots, as both of her goals as a freshman were game-winners • named to the Daktronics All-Central Region second team • registered first collegiate point with the winning goal in a 4-2 victory at conference rival Upper Iowa Sept. 25.

2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Eden Prairie High School • captained the undefeated 2010 AA MN State High School Champion Eden Prairie Eagles • her team was also ranked No. 1 in the nation by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for the 2011 season • assisted Eden Prairie in capturing the 2010 Lake Conference as well as the 2010 Section 6AA Championship titles • was a four year letterwinner and two year starter under head coach Tony Bidwell • named the Eagles’ Defender of the Year during her senior season • was also a standout defensive player on the Eden Prairie Lacrosse team, earning four letters and starting for three years • was named to the 2010 Minnesota State High School Lacrosse All-State Team • helped the Eagles claim a Minnesota state championship in 2009 as well as runner-up status in 2008, ’10, and ’11 • earned Academic All-American honors from the U.S. Lacrosse Association for her senior season accomplishments. PERSONAL: Born Riley E. Allen on January 17, 1993 in Edina, Minn. • daughter of Christopher and Sarah Allen • has one younger brother (Cole).

ALLEN’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 18-4 5 2 3 7 2 2012 18-18 2 1 1 3 0 Totals 36-22........ 7............ 3.............4.......... 10........... 2

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Maureen Stormont Junior • Forward • 5-9 • Communication Science Stillwater, Minn. (Stillwater H.S.) 2011 All-NSIC First Team

2012 NSCAA All-Central Region

2012 All-NSIC Second Team

2012 Daktronics All-Central Second Team 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Played in all 18 games with 17 starts in her second season with the Bulldogs while leading the team in goals, shots, points, and shots on goal • Received All-Central Region Team honors from the NSCAA and Daktronics • Scored a natural hat trick against Minnesota-Crookston (Oct. 26) • Scored game-tying goal late against Augustana (Sept. 29) • Had two assists against Northern State (Oct. 20) • Scored game-tying goal late against Augustana (Sept. 29) • Scored a goal in five straight matches from Oct. 14 to 28 • Took a season team-high 10 shots include five on-net against Bemidji State (Oct. 28) • Had three or more shots on goal in seven matches • Named to NSIC AllAcademic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Burst on the scene in her first collegiate campaign, scoring 10 goals to go along with six assists for a teamleading 26 points while starting every game • made her presence felt as an offensive force, cracking the top 10 in the conference in a host of statistical categories including points (6th), goals (5th), assists (6th), shots (3rd), and game-winning goals (2nd) • wasted no time recording her first collegiate points by having a hand (one goal, one assist) in both of UMD’s goals in a 2-2 tie with Northern Michigan during the Sept. 1 season-opener • was held off the score sheet in consecutive outings just once all year, and recorded at least one point in 12 of 18 contests • rattled off a season-best five-game scoring streak from Oct. 9 - Oct. 29, posting 11 points in helping UMD to a 4-1 record over that stretch • named to the All-NSIC second team and earned a spot on the NCAA’s All-Central Region third team • came away with a trio of three-point outings on the year.

BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Stillwater High School • was recognized by the NSCAA after her senior season as the State Player of the Year • held places on the NSCAA All-Region and All-American teams • earned All-Metro and first team All-State honors for her senior campaign • is both a three-time leading scorer for the Ponies and a three-time All-Conference recipient • was a one year letterwinner on the Stillwater basketball team as a guard • displayed her leg power on the Ponies’ track and field team as both a high and long jumper and earned two letters in her two years on the team • was both a state qualifier and held All-Suburban East honors in 2009 for her performances in the high jump. PERSONAL: Born Maureen Keegan Stormont on June 13, 1993 in Rochester, Minn. • daughter of Thomas and Dorothy Stormont • has both one older brother (Joe) and an older sister (Sheila).

Stormont’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 18-18 38 10 6 26 5 2012 18-18 39 11 2 24 0 Totals 36-36....... 77.......... 21............8.......... 50........... 5 26

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Ana Zdechlik Junior • Defender • 5-8 • Celland Molecular Biology Woodbury, Minn. (New Life Academy) 2012 NSIC All-Academic Team

BULLDOG CAREER As a Sophomore [2012] - Appeared in 16 games off the bench for the Bulldogs in her second season as the Bulldogs’ primary back-up on defense • Earned her first career assist in UMD’s 6-0 victory over Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) • Named to NSIC AllAcademic Team. As a Freshman [2011] - Served in a reserve role on the back line in her debut season, making 11 appearances on the year.

Zdechlik’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2011 11-0 1 0 0 0 0 2012 16-0 1 0 1 1 0 Totals 27-0.......... 2............ 0.............1........... 1............ 0

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BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of New Life Academy • was a six-year starter and letterwinner • was a three-time All-Conference recipient • captained the Eagles in both 2009 and 2010 • voted Most Valuable Player for two seasons under head coach Lynn Atkinson • was a two year letterwinner and captain of the cheerleading squad • graduated valedictorian of her 2011 class • was awarded Dean’s List honors and was a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Born Ana Rose Zdechlik on August 12, 1992 in St. Paul, Minn. • daughter of Greg and Lynn Zdechlik • her father, Greg, was a graduate of UMD • has one older brother (Pete).

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Marissa Rosa Sophomore • Goalkeeper • 5-7 • Psychology Champlin, Minn. (Champlin Park H.S.)

BULLDOG CAREER As a Freshman [2012] - Rosa posted a 1.62 GAA in her first year as the Bulldogs’ primary ’keeper, starting 13 games • Earned her first career victory in a 1-0 shutout against Southwest Minnesota State (Sept. 22) • Earned her second shutout in as many games with four saves against Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) • Shut out Mary on Oct. 26 • Saved eight shots—a season team-high —against Upper Iowa (Sept. 16) and Minnesota State Mankato (Oct. 12)

Received Redshirt in 2011 as first-year player. BEFORE UMD Is a 2011 graduate of Champlin Park High School • was a two-year letterwinner for head coach Meghann Witchger • captained the Rebels for her senior season • was voted All-Northwest Suburban Conference in 2010. PERSONAL: Born Marissa Ruth Rosa on June 11, 1993 in Minnesota • daughter of Jeff and Kristen Hartung.

Rosa’s Career Statistics Year MP-MS W-L-T Minutes GAA Saves Pct SO 2012 15-13 7-4-2 1168:05 1.62 48 .696 3 Totals 15-13....... 7-4-2.......1168:05........ 1.62......... 48..........696......3

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Kate McMahon Sophomore • Forward • 5-7 • Biochemistry Fitchburg, Wis. (Madison Edgewood H.S.)

BULLDOG CAREER As a Freshman [2012] - Played in 10 games during her debut season with the Bulldogs • Had a season-high two shots on goal against Minnesota-Crookston (Oct. 26).

McMahon’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2012 10-0 2 0 0 0 0 Totals 10-0.......... 2............ 0.............0........... 0............ 0 28

BEFORE UMD Spent three years at forward with the highly successful Madison Edgewood prep team under coach Chris Martinelli • helped Edgewood to state titles in 2009 and 2011, registering a pair of game-winning goals at the 2011 state tournament • garnered an all-conference honorable mention selection as a senior. PERSONAL: Born Katherine Renee McMahon in Fitchburg, Wis. • is the daughter of Joseph and Susan McMahon • has one sister (Kelly) and one brother (Jack).

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Leah Nesheim Sophomore • Midfielder • 5-7 • Undeclared Eagan, Minn. (Eastview H.S.)

BULLDOG CAREER As a Freshman [2012] - Appeared in 16 games off the bench during her debut season with UMD • Scored her first career goal in the Bulldogs’ 6-0 victory over Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) • Had two shots on goal, a season-high, against Mary (Oct. 6)

Nesheim’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2012 16-0 6 1 0 2 0 Totals 16-0.......... 6............ 1.............0........... 2............ 0

BEFORE UMD Started three years for the Eastview Lightning • earned an AllSouth Suburban Conference honorable mention selection in 2010 • Earned All-Conference honors and helped Eastview to the state tournament as a senior captain • Finished fifth in alltime scoring at Eastview • Named to the All-State track team in 2011. PERSONAL: Born Leah Kristine Nesheim on April 28, 1994 in Burnsville, Minn. • is the daughter of Greg and Sue Nesheim • has one sister (Sarah) and a brother (Kyle).

Katie Peterson Redshirt (Sophomore) • Forward• 5-7 • Biochemistry Eagan, Minn. (Eagan H.S.)

BULLDOG CAREER Peterson will receive a medical redshirt in 2013. As a Freshman [2012] - Played in 15 games during her debut season with the Bulldogs • Earned her first career assist in UMD’s 6-0 victory over Sioux Falls (Sept. 23) • Took a season-high four shots against Wayne State (Sept. 30).

Peterson’s Career Statistics

Year MP-MS SOG Goals Assists Points GWG 2012 15-0 7 0 1 1 0 Totals 15-0.......... 7............ 0.............1........... 1............ 0

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BEFORE UMD Spent two years as a starter at midfield, helping the Eagan Wildcats win the South Suburban Conference and reach the state tournament as a junior in 2010 • Received an All-Conference honorable mention selection that fall, in addition earning a spot on the Section 3AA All-Academic team • earned an honorable mention nod from the South Suburban conference and a spot on the Section 3AA All-Academic team again as a senior in 2011. PERSONAL: Born Kathryn Ann Peterson on Jan. 25, 1994 in Burnsville, Minn. • is the daughter of Paul and Pat Peterson • has an older brother (Michael) and an older sister (Laura).

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Marissa Ganske Freshman • Midfield/Forward• 5-3 • Undeclared Eagan, Minn. (Eagan H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of Eagan High School • was coached by Mark Obarski and played alongside fellow newcomer Kaleigh Solheim for three years at EHS • named to the all-tournament team during the Wildcats’ state tournament run in 2010 • racked up a bevy of honors in her first full high school season as a sophomore, claiming honorable mentions in the Pioneer Press all-state team and the all-South Suburban conference team • highly touted as an offensive machine, leading the team in scoring en route to team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year honors as a junior • maintained her offensive explosion by ending her prep career with all-conference honors in addition to being named the team’s MVP for the second consecutive season

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PERSONAL: Born Marissa Sue Ganske on April 4, 1995 in Burnsville, Minn. • daughter of John and Sharon Ganske • has one older sister (Camye) and three half-siblings (Janet, Jason, and Jamie) • is undecided on a major at UMD.

M addie Barr Freshman • Midfielder • 5-1 • Undeclared St. Michael, Minn. (St. Michael-Albertville H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of St. Michael-Albertville High School • coached by Megan Johnson for four years as a midfielder/forward • dubbed captain her senior season and named a member of the alltournament team • was a Mississippi 8 all-conference selection from 2010-2012, earned the conference midfielder of the year award as a junior and a senior as well as receiving the league’s Rookie of the Year award • presented with the Mississippi 8 Academic Achievement award for four consecutive years • was voted the STMA Hardest Worker in consecutive years from 2010-2012.

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PERSONAL: Born Madison Nicole Barr on May 25, 1995 in Edina, Minn. • daughter of Tom and April Barr • has two younger sisters (Victoria and Jessica).

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Jackie Sorenson Freshman • Defense• 5-5 • Pre-Business Hastings, Minn. (Hastings H.S.)

Received redshirt in 2012 as a first-year player. BEFORE UMD Served as a two-year captain and four-year starter for the Raiders of Hastings HS • Named best defender and team’s MVP in her sophomore season • Received All-Conference Honorable Mention in sophomore year and All-Conference selection in both junior and senior seasons • Selected to Minnesota Section 3AA AllTournament Team three straight seasons (2010-12).

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PERSONAL: Born Jackie Elizabeth Sorenson on Jan. 6, 1994 in St. Paul, Minn. • Daughter of Stan Sorenson and Lori Sorenson • Graduated from Hastings H.S. in 2012 • Participated in show choir and link crew • Has three sisters, Jenna, Kristin, and Nicole, the last a graduate of UMD • Hobbies include shopping and fishing.

Taylor Johnson Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • Biochemistry & Psychology White Bear Lake, Minn. (White Bear Lake H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of White Bear Lake Area High School • played with senior Dani Potter for a year at White Bear Lake • played four years as a varsity midfielder and a forward, serving as the team captain in her last season with the Bears • displayed great field awareness and passing, leading the team in assists and earning all-conference recognition as a senior • received the Academic award each year in high school for maintaining a 3.7 GPA or higher • hobbies include volunteering as a youth leader at church and playing recreational softball.

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PERSONAL: Born Taylor Rose Johnson on June 8, 1995 in White Bear Lake, Minn. • is the daughter of Bob and Paula Johnson • has one older sister (Aleisha).

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Megan Burditt Freshman • Midfield • 5-4 • Exercise Science Adel, Iowa (Adel-DeSoto-Minburn H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of Adel-Desoto-Minburn High School • started all four years at midfield for the Tigers • guided the team as captain of the squad to three-straight state qualifiers in 2011, ’12, and ’13 • decorated with all-state accolades her junior and senior seasons • was also a four-time Raccoon River Conference selection • voted by her teammates as the Most Valuable Player and Best Team Player • earned three letters as a guard for the Tigers’ hoops team • also captained the basketball squad her final prep year.

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PERSONAL: Born Megan Lea Burditt on Dec. 28, 1994 in Glendale, Ariz. • daughter of Robert and Brenda Burditt • has one older brother (Alex).

Jenna St. Germain Freshman • Forward • 5-5 • Chemistry Ashland, Wis. (Ashland H.S.)

BEFORE UMD PERSONAL: Born Jenna Rose St. Germain on Feb. 22, 1995 in Is a graduate of Ashland High School • started all four seasons for Ashland, Wis. • daughter of Tom and Janet • has one younger sister the Oredockers • attained all-conference honors in the Northern (Kaitlyn). Lights Conference her final three years at Ashland • starred as a co-captain and received the coaches award during her senior campaign for her hard work and dedication to the program • led the team twice in scoring in final two seasons • also lettered twice in both basketball (as a point guard) and volleyball (as a setter and defensive specialist) at Ashland • spent time outside of sports serving as the vice president of two organizations (student council and the National Honor Society) and also was a Link Crew leader, Study Hall mentor and a member of the Spanish Club. 32

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Nicole Becker Freshman • Midfield • 5-6 • Exercise Science Chanhassen, Minn. (Chanhassen H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of Chanhassen High School • played four seasons for the Storm of the Missota Conference along with current freshman keeper Jordan Melby • laced up her cleats as a midfielder under the direction of head coach Jon Peterson • was an All-Missota conference honorable mention selection • received the Storm award and was the team captain in her senior campaign • also played defense on the Chanhassen varsity lacrosse team her freshman year.

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PERSONAL: Born Nicole Ryan Becker on Dec. 11, 1994 in Forest Lake, Minn. • daughter of John and Denise Becker • has one younger brother and sister (Katy and Luke).

Kailey Beatt Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • Pre-Law Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of Maple Grove High School • was a four-year starter at forward and lettered each year • assisted in the club’s first Northwest Suburban Conference championship in seven years in 2012 • attained all-conference and all-state statuses in her final two seasons with the crimson • wrapped up the Star Tribune’s allmetro honors in 2012 • was given the award of Offensive MVP in her senior campaign, leading MGHS with 15 goals and 9 assists • leaves the program third all-time in goals and second in assists • enjoys boating and reading outside of soccer.

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PERSONAL: Born Kailey Allaine Beatt on Sept. 1, 1994 in St. Louis Park, Minn. • daughter of Russell and Kimberly Beatt • has one older sister, Andrea, who plays collegiate soccer in Duluth at St. Scholastica.

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Kaleigh Solheim Freshman • Midfield• 5-3 • Undeclared Eagan, Minn. (Eagan H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of Eagan High School • letterwinner four years with three seasons as a starter • was a participant in a pair of state tournaments, placing third in her rookie season • was a team captain and corralled the Wildcat leadership award and team MVP honors, as well as an All-South Suburban Conference selection while leading the team in goals in her senior campaign • also earned all-conference honorable mention her junior year • was named most improved player as a sophomore • named rookie of the year in 2009.

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PERSONAL: Born Kaleigh Renee Solheim on Sept. 15, 1994 in Burnsville, Minn. • daughter of Bruce and Stacey Solheim • has one younger sister (Allie).

Jordan Melby Freshman • Goalkeeper • 5-10 • Communications Victoria, Minn. (Chanhassen H.S.)

BEFORE UMD Is a graduate of Chanhassen High School • played alongside fellow newcomer Nicole Becker during her prep career • was the team captain and team MVP while receiving All-Missota Conference and all-state honors during her senior season • capped off her sophomore season with all-conference honorable mention and most improved player award at CHS • also lettered in two different sports, twice hitting the links for the storm, earning most improved player and once running the 4x200 relay and triple jump • was a member of FCA, Key Club, DECA, CAP and Link Crew at Chanhassen.

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PERSONAL: Born Jordan Elizabeth Mae Melby on Dec. 1, 1994 in Burnsville, Minn. • daughter of Jeff and Charla Melby • has one younger sister (Dylan).

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2012 Season Review Game-by-Games Results

Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 Northern Michigan W 4-0 Sept. 7 Grand Valley State L 0-5 Sept. 9 * St. Cloud State L 1-2 Sept. 15 * Winona State L 0-2 Sept. 16 * Upper Iowa L 0-2 Sept. 22 * Southwest Minnesota State W 1-0 Sept. 23 * Sioux Falls W 6-0 Sept. 29 * Augustana T 1-1 (OT) Sept. 30 * Wayne State T 2-2 Oct. 6 * Mary W 2-0 Oct. 7 * Minot State L 0-1 Oct. 12 * Minnesota State Mankato L 0-5 Oct. 14 * Concordia-St. Paul W 4-2 Oct. 20 * Northern State W 4-2 Oct. 21 * Minnesota State-Moorhead W 3-1 Oct. 26 * Minnesota-Crookston W 4-0 Oct. 28 * Bemidji State T 1-1 (OT) Oct. 31 # Minnesota State Mankato L 0-5 * Denotes NSIC match # NSIC Tournament Home Matches in bold.

Location Marquette, Mich. Mankato, Minn. Malosky Stadium Winona, Minn. Fayette, Iowa Malosky Stadium Malosky Stadium Sioux Falls, N.D. Wayne, N.D. Malosky Stadium Malosky Stadium Malosky Stadium Malosky Stadium Aberdeen, S.D. Moorhead, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Malosky Stadium Mankato, Minn.

Attendance 127 52 443 404 150 178 267 181 107 112 125 148 189 73 76 53 218 164

Individual Statistics

Player GP G A Pts. SOG GWG Maureen Stormont 18 11 2 24 39 0 Dani Potter 17 5 8 18 17 2 Jennifer Smith 18 4 7 15 21 2 Hannah Keil 18 3 7 13 16 2 Kelsey Gratz 18 2 3 7 8 1 Kelli Klun 18 1 5 7 16 1 Ashley Brown 18 1 5 7 8 0 Sally Stromme 14 2 1 5 4 0 Abby Serreyn 18 1 2 4 6 0 Kristi Mehrman 18 1 1 3 7 0 Riley Allen 18 1 1 3 2 0 Leah Nesheim 16 1 0 2 6 0 Katie Schneider 18 1 0 2 1 0 Megan Helberg 18 0 2 2 4 0 Katie Peterson 15 0 1 1 7 0 Ana Zdechlik 16 0 1 1 1 0 Kate McMahon 10 0 0 0 2 0 Courtney Driscoll 9 0 0 0 1 0 Lizzy Larson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Emily Jenson 11 0 0 0 0 0 Kelsey Woodland 4 0 0 0 0 0 Bulldogs 18................. 34.......... 46......... 114............... 166.................. 8 Opponents 18................. 31.......... 35.......... 97................ 100.................. 7

Maureen Stormont paced the 2012 Bulldogs in scor-

Goalkeepers W-L-T GP Minutes GA Avg Svs Sv% SO ing for the second consecutive year tallying 26 points on 11 goals and two assists. Marissa Rosa 7-4-2 15 1168:05 21 1.62 48 .696 3 Hannah Iaizzo 1-3-1 7 509:15 10 1.77 20 .667 1 Bulldogs 8-7-3........ 18....... 1677:20...........31...... 1.66..... 69......... .690........ 5 Totals 7-8-3........ 18....... 1677:20...........34...... 1.82.... 132........ .795........ 5 35

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2012 season review Team Individual Leaders

Marissa Rosa saw action in 15 games last season making 13 starts, winning over half of her starts (7) as a rookie ’keeper. The Champlin, Minn. native, helped the Bulldogs catch fire on the back half of the schedule with four straight wins to clinch the final playoff spot in the conference.

Goals

No. Name 1. Maureen Stormont 2. Dani Potter 3. Jennifer Smith 4. Hannah Keil 5. Sally Stromme Kelsey Gratz 7. Ashley Brown Abby Serreyn Kristi Mehrman Riley Allen Kelli Klun Leah Neiheim Katie Schneider

G 11 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

GP-GS 18-17 17-17 18-18 18-18 14-0 18-18 18-18 18-4 18-18 18-18 18-18 16-0 18-0

Game-Winning Goals

No. Name 1. Hannah Keil Dani Potter Jennifer Smith 4. Kelsey Gratz Kelli Klun

GWG 2 2 2 1 1

Player Marissa Rosa Hannah Iaizzo

Player Marissa Rosa Hannah Iaizzo

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GP-GS 18-18 18-17 18-18 18-18 18-16

Assists

No. Name 1. Dani Potter 2. Jennifer Smith Hannah Keil 4. Ashley Brown Kelli Klun 6. Kelsey Gratz 7. Maureen Stormont Megan Helberg Abby Serreyn 10. (5 tied)

Shots

No. Name 1. Maureen Stormont 2, Jennifer Smith 3. Dani Potter 4. Hannah Keil 5. Kelli Klun 6. Kelsey Gratz 7. Katie Peterson 8. Ashley Brown Megan Helberg 10. Abby Serreyn

GP-GS 15-13 7-4

A 8 7 7 5 5 3 2 2 2 1

GP-GS 17-17 18-18 18-18 18-18 18-16 18-18 18-17 18-18 18-4 -

Points

No. Name 1. Maureen Stormont 2. Dani Potter 3. Jennifer Smith 4. Hannah Keil 5. Kelsey Gratz Ashley Brown Kelli Klun 8. Sally Stromme 9. Abby Serreyn 10. Kristi Mehrman Riley Allen

Shots on Goal

S 67 48 37 29 25 18 14 13 13 12

GP-GS 18-17 18-18 18-17 18-18 18-16 18-18 15-0 18-18 18-18 18-4

No. Name 1. Maureen Stormont 2. Jennifer Smith 3. Dani Potter 4. Hannah Keil Kelli Klun 6. Ashley Brown Kelsey Gratz 8. Katie Peterson Kristi Mehrman 10. Abby Serreyn Leah Nesheim

Goals Against Average Minutes 1168:05 509:15

Goals Allowed 21 10

Saves and Shutouts Saves 48 20

G A Pts. GP-GS 11 2 24 18-17 5 8 18 17-17 4 7 15 18-18 3 7 13 18-18 2 3 7 18-18 1 5 7 18-18 1 5 7 18-16 2 1 5 14-0 1 2 4 18-4 1 1 3 18-18 1 1 3 18-18

Shutouts 3 1

SOG 39 21 17 16 16 8 8 7 7 6 6

GP-GS 18-17 18-18 18-17 18-18 18-16 18-18 18-18 15-0 18-18 18-4 16-0

GAA 1.62 1.77

W-L-T 7-4-2 1-3-0

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Record Book Single-Game Records Team Points........................................................ 56 UMD 16, Bemidji State 0 (Oct. 19, 1997) Goals......................................................... 16 UMD 16, Bemidji State 0 (Oct. 19, 1997) Goals Allowed............................................... 9 Minnesota 9, UMD 0 (Sept. 13, 1995) Goals in a Half........................................... 12 UMD 16, Bemidji State 0 (Oct. 19, 1997) Goals Allowed in a Half................................. 5 (three occasions) Assists..................................................... 24* UMD 15, Bemidji State 0 (Sept. 15, 1996) Shots......................................................... 68 UMD 16, Bemidji State 0 (Oct. 19, 1997) Shots Allowed............................................. 30 Minnesota 5, UMD 0 (Oct. 6, 1996) Shots on Goal............................................ 58 UMD 15, Bemidji State 0 (Sept. 15, 1996) Fewest Shots on Goal................................... 0 Minnesota 9, UMD 0 (Sept. 13, 1995) Individual Points.......................................................... 8 Jenny Warrick vs. Bemidji State (Oct. 10, 1998) Erika Ludwig vs. MSU-Moorhead (Oct. 15, 1995) Goals........................................................... 4 Erika Ludwig vs. MSU-Moorhead (Oct. 15, 1995) Assists......................................................... 5 Jessica Nelson vs. Bemidji State (Oct. 19, 1997) Saves......................................................... 18 Kim Zelinsky vs. Minnesota (Sept. 13, 1995) * NCAA Division II Record

Team Single-Season Records

Wins 17...................................................................2000 and 2009 Losses 11...................................................................2005 and 2008 Goals Scored 76................................................................................... 1997 Fewest Goal Scored 10................................................................................... 1994 Goals Allowed 43................................................................................... 2005 Fewest Goals Allowed 10................................................................................... 2000 Shutouts 17*.................................................................................. 2000 Consecutive Shutouts 9.........................................................Sept. 23-Oct. 22, 2000 Shutouts Against 8.................................................................................... 2007 Saves 158.................................................................................. 1995 Goals Against Average 0.46.................................................................................. 2000 Consecutive Wins 9..........................................................Sept. 27-Oct.25, 1998 ............................................................Sept. 2-Oct. 16, 1999 ...........................................................Sept. 17-Oct.20, 2001 ................................................................. Sept. 22-Oct. 20, 2002 ..........................................................Sept. 28-Oct. 31, 2003 Unbeaten Streak 14.......................................................... Sept. 27-Nov.8, 2003 Winless Streak 7........................................................ Aug. 28-Sept. 20, 2008 Consecutive Losses 6........................................................ Aug. 28-Sept. 12, 2008 Overtime Games 7.................................................................................... 2004 Consecutive Overtime Games 5......................................................... Sept. 5-Sept. 26, 2004 One-Goal Games 14........................................................................ 2008 (3-11) Games Played 22...................................................................2002 and 2009 Home Wins 10................................................................................... 1995 Home Losses 6.................................................................................... 2005 Home Ties 3.................................................................................... 2004 Road Wins 8.................................................................................... 2000 Road Losses 6.................................................................................... 1996 Road Ties 3.................................................................................... 2003 Winning Percentage .857...................................................................2000 (17-2-2) * NCAA Division II Record

All-Time Scoring Leaders Goals No. Name 1. Jenny Warrick (1998-2001) 2. Beth Byers (1996-99) 3. Nicole Fietz (2000-03) 4. Cathy Wallace (2000-03) 5. Amy Bruno (1994-97) 6. Pam Lensing (2002-05) 7. Sarah Noonan (2002-05) 8. Erica Ludwig (1994-96) Clare Dahmen (2006-09) Maureen Stormont (2011- )

G 52 41 35 32 27 24 23 21 21 21

Points No. Name 1. Jenny Warrick (1998-2001) 2. Beth Byers (1996-99) 3. Nicole Fietz (2000-03) 4. Cathy Wallace (2000-03) 5. Pam Lensing (2002-05) 6. Amy Bruno (1994-97) Sarah Noonan (2002-05) 8. Clare Dahmen (2006-09) 9. Erica Ludwig (1994-96) 10. Leslie Stoen (2000-03) 37

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Assists

Pts. 125 105 103 88 78 62 62 59 57 51

No. Name 1. Nicole Fietz (2000-03) 2. Pam Lensing (2002-05) 3. Becky Anderson (2007-10) Cathy Wallace (2000-03) 5. Beth Byers (1996-99) 6. Jenny Warrick (1998-2001) 7. Leslie Stoen (2000-03) Holly Eggebraaten 9. Liz Smith (1999-2001) 10. Clare Dahmen (2006-09) Misty Olson (1996-99) Kristine Kruger (2001-03)

A 33 30 24 24 23 21 19 19 18 17 17 17

Goals...................................................52 Jenny Warrick (1998-2001) Assists.................................................33 Nicole Fietz (2000-03) Points................................................125 Jenny Warrick (1998-2001) Games Played......................................83 Nicole Fietz (2000-03) Game-Winning Goals............................19 Jenny Warrick (1998-2001) Games Played (GK)..............................56 Briana Francicso (2004-07) Wins (GK)............................................39 Michele Flilipczak (1997-2000) Saves.................................................334 Ginger Jeffrey (1995-98) Shutouts...........................................28.5 Michele Flilipczak (1997-2000) Consecutive Games with a Goal..............6 Jenny Warrick (1998-2001)

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Year- by-Year Results 1994 Overall: 8-4-1 | Varsity: 2-4-1 Home: 5-2-0 | Road: 3-2-1 Head Coach: Greg Cane, 1st Season Captain: Erika Ludwig

Opponent (Date) Minn. State Mankato (9/16) Minn. State Mankato (9/17) St. Cloud State (9/18)* Wis.-Superior (9/21)* Wis.-Stout (9/24) Concordia-Moorhead (10/7)* North Dakota State (10/8) Minn. State-Moorhead (10/9) St. Scholastica (10/12)* St. Cloud State (10/15)* Lakehead (10/16) St. Scholastica (10/22)* St. Thomas* (10/24)

Result Score W 3-0 W 3-0 T 0-0 W 4-0 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 7-0 L 0-2 L 1-2 W 2-1 L 2-4 L 0-2

*Varsity Teams

1995 Overall: 13-4-1 Home: 10-0-0 | Road: 1-3-1 | Neutral: 2-1-0 Head Coach: Greg Cane, 2nd Season Captain: Anne Johnson

Opponent (Date) North Dakota State (9/2) St. Mary's (9/4) Mary (9/9) North Dakota State (9/10) Minnesota (9/13) St. Cloud State (9/17) Winona State (9/23) St. Scholastica (9/27) Moorhead State (9/30) Wis.-Parkside (10/1) Kansas (10/6) Wis.-River Falls (10/8) Concordia-St. Paul (10/14) Minn. State-Moorhead (10/15) St. Benedict (10/21) St. Thomas (10/22) St. Cloud State (10/27) Minn. State Mankato (10/28)

Result Score W 2-0 L 0-3 W 2-0 W 2-0 L 0-9 L 0-3 W 12-0 W 5-2 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 5-0 W 8-0 W 2-1 T 2-2 W 2-0 W 2-0

1996 Overall: 10-9-1 | NSIC: 2-2-0 (Third) Home: 4-3-0 | Road: 5-7-1 Coach: Greg Cane, 3rd Season Captains: Anne Johnson, Amanda Neils, Kelly Byers

Opponent (Date) Augsburg (8/31) St. Thomas (9/1) Indianapolis (9/7) St. Joseph's (Ind.) (9/8) Northern Michigan (9/13) Bemidji State (9/15) St. Scholastica (9/18) Oklahoma (9/21) Iowa State (9/22) Wis.-Eau Claire (9/27)

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Result Score L 0-1 L 1-2 W 3-1 L 0-6 W 8-0 W 15-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 0-2 W 1-0

Legend Home Match * NSIC Match (NCC 2004-2007) # NSIC Tour. Match % NCAA Division-II Tour. Match

Wis.-River Falls (9/29) Minnesota (10/6) Macalester College (10/11) Southwest Minn. State (10/12)* St. Benedict (10/16) Southwest Minn. State (10/19)* Minn. State Moorhead (10/20)* Minn. State Mankato (10/26) St. Cloud State (11/2) Winona State (11/3)*

W 3-1 L 0-5 L 0-5 W 7-0 L 0-1 W 10-0 L 0-1 W 4-2 T 2-2 L 3-4

1997 Overall: 11-4-2 | NSIC: 4-0-0 (First) Home: 7-2-2 | Road: 2-2-0 | Neutral: 2-0-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 4th Season Captains: Amanda Neils, Sarah Opheim Opponent (Date) St. Joseph's (Ind.) (8/31) St. Cloud State (9/7) St. Thomas (9/13) Wis.-Eau Claire (9/14) Macalester (9/16) Carleton (9/20) St. Scholastica (9/21) Minn. State Mankato (9/27) Northland (Wis.) (9/29) Winona State (10/4)* Minn. State Moorhead (10/5)* Wis.-River Falls (10/11) Minn.-Crookston (10/12) Southwest Minn. State (10/14)* Bemidji State (10/19)* Southwest Minn. State (10/25)# Minn. State Moorhead (10/26)#

Result Score W 3-1 T 0-0 L 1-4 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 2-0 L 1-3 W 10-1 W 2-0 W 3-1 T 1-1 W 13-0 W 10-1 W 16-0 W 9-0 W 2-0 OT

1998 Overall: 11-5-0 | NSIC: 5-1-0 (First) Home: 7-0-0 | Road: 4-4-0 | Neutral: 0-1-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 5th Season Captains: Kelly Fritz, Ann Goldade

Opponent (Date) St. Scholastica (9/6) Minnesota (9/7) Northern Michigan (9/13) North Dakota State (9/18) Minn. State Moorhead (9/19) Minn. State Mankato (9/27) Minn. Morris (10/3)* Northern State (10/4)* Bemidji State (10/10)* Southwest Minn. State (10/11)* Winona State (10/16)* Minn.-Morris (10/23)# Minn. State Moorhead (10/24)# Winona State (10/25)# So. Ill. Edwardsville (10/31) Mo.-St. Louis (11/1)

Result Score W 8-1 L 0-7 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 1-0 W 5-0 W 1-0 W 11-0 W 4-1 W 2-1 W 5-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 2-6 L 0-2

1999 Overall: 14-3-1 | NSIC: 8-1-0 (Second) Home: 5-1-1 | Road: 7-1-0 | Neutral: 2-1-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 6th Season Captains: Beth Byers, Sara Hay, Emily Opheim

Opponent (Date) Result Score Minn. State Mankato (8/27) W 2-1 Mo.-St. Louis (8/28) L 1-2 St. Cloud State (9/2) W 2-0 Northern Michigan (9/12) W 5-0 Moorhead State (9/25)* W 2-1 Minn.-Crookston (9/26)* W 7-0 Bemidji State (10/1)* W 10-0 St. Scholastica (10/6) W 6-0 Northern State (10/9)* W 1-0 Minn.-Morris (10/10)* W 3-0 Concordia-St. Paul (10/16)* W 6-0 Winona State (10/17)* L 0-1 Southwest Minn. State (10/23)* W 4-3 Wayne State (NE) (10/24)* W 5-2 Bemidji State (10/29) # W 4-1 Southwest Minn. State (10/30) # W 3-1 Winona State (10/31) # L 1-3 North Dakota State (11/7) T 0-0 2000 Overall: 17-2-2 | NSIC: 8-0-1 (T-First) Home: 6-1-0 | Road: 8-1-1 | Neutral: 3-0-1 Coach: Greg Cane, 7th Season Captains: Linda Kalweit, Heather Lowinske, Michele Filipczak

Opponent (Date) Result Score Indianapolis (8/26) W 2-1 St. Joseph's (IN) (8/27)^ W 1-0 St. Cloud State (9/1) W 1-0 Truman State (Mo.) (9/3)$ W 3-0 Northern Michigan (9/4) W 7-0 North Dakota State (9/9) W 1-0 North Dakota (9/10) W 3-0 Minn. State Mankato (9/16) L 1-2 Minn. State Moorhead (9/23) * W 3-0 Minn.-Crookston (9/24) * W 2-0 Bemidji State (9/28) * W 3-0 Northern State (10/7) * W 2-0 Minn.-Morris (10/8) * W 2-0 Concordia-St. Paul (10/14) * W 7-0 Winona State (10/15) * T 0-0 Southwest Minn. State (10/21) * W 1-0 Wayne State (Neb.) (10/22) * W 2-0 Minn. State Moorhead (10/27) # W 4-1 Wayne State (Neb.) (10/28) # T 0-0 Southwest Minn. State (10/29) # W 4-0 Northern Kentucky (11/11) % L 2-6

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Year-by-Year Results 2001 Overall: 15-4-1 | NSIC: 7-1-1 (First) Home: 5-1-0 | Road: 5-1-1 | Neutral: 5-2-0

2003 Overall: 14-3-3 | NSIC: 8-0-0 (First) Home: 5-2-0 | Road: 7-1-3 | Neutral: 2-0-0

Coach: Greg Cane, 8th Season Captains: Linda Kalweit, Andi Perrizo, Jenny Warrick

Coach: Greg Cane, 10th Season Captain: Nicole Fietz

Opponent (Date) Minn. State Mankato (8/25) Neb.-Omaha (9/1) St. Cloud State (9/2) Truman State (MO) (9/8) Northern Colorado (9/9) North Dakota State (9/17) Hillsdale (Mich.) (9/22) Northern Michigan (9/23) Wayne State (Neb.) (9/29)* Southwest Minn. State (9/30)* Minn.-Crookston (10/6)* Minn. State Moorhead (10/7)* Bemidji State (10/12)* Minn.-Morris (10/20)* Northern State (10/21)* Winona State (10/27)* Concordia-St. Paul (10/28)* Minn.-Morris (11/2) # Northern State (11/3) # Winona State (11/4) #

Opponent (Date) Neb.-Omaha (8/29) St. Scholastica (9/9) South Dakota State (9/13) North Dakota State (9/14) Bemidji State (9/20)* North Dakota (9/21) Truman State (9/27) Northwest Mo. State (9/28) Winona State (10/4)* Northern State (10/11)* Southwest Minn. State (10/12)* Wayne State (10/18)* Concordia-St. Paul (10/19)* Minn.-Crookston (10/25)* Minn. State Moorhead (10/26)* St. Cloud State (10/31) Minn. State Mankato (11/1) Concordia-St. Paul (11/4) # Wayne State (11/7) # Winona State (11/8) #

Result Score L 1-2 W 3-2 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 2-4 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 T 0-0 L 1-2 W 10-0 W 5-2 W 3-0 W 2-0

2002 Overall: 15-5-2 | NSIC: 8-1-0 (First) Home: 8-1-0 | Road: 4-3-2 | Neutral: 3-1-0

Result Score L 2-0 W 7-0 T 0-0 L 4-3 W 5-0 L 2-1 T 0-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 5-0 W 2-1 W 5-0 W 5-0 W 4-0 W 3-1 T 0-0 W 5-0 W 8-1 W 2-1

2004 Overall: 3-8-4 | NCC: 1-4-1 (Sixth) Home: 2-2-3 | Road: 1-4-1 | Neutral: 0-2-0

Coach: Greg Cane, 9th Season Captain: Nicole Fietz

Coach: Greg Cane, 11th Season Captains: Patty Kelly, Pam Lensing

Opponent (Date) Result Score Harding (Ark.) (8/30) W 4-3 Christian Brothers (Tenn.) (9/1) L 0-6 Minn. State Mankato (9/7) L 2-4 Northwest Missouri State (9/8) W 4-0 St. Cloud State (9/14) W 3-0 Neb.-Omaha (9/21) L 0-3 South Dakota State (9/22) W 1-0 Wayne State (Neb.) (9/28)* W 4-0 Southwest Minn. State (9/29)* W 2-0 Minn. Crookston (10/5)* W 4-0 Minn. State Moorhead (10/6)* W 4-0 Bemidji State (10/10)* W 10-0 Northern Michigan (10/12)* W 2-1 Minn.-Morris (10/19)* W 2-0 Northern State (10/20)# W 2-0 Winona State (10/26) L 0-2 Concordia-St. Paul (10/27) W 4-1 North Dakota State (11/2) T 0-0 North Dakota (11/3) T 1-1 Concordia-St. Paul (11/5) # W 3-0 Southwest Minn. State (11/8) # W 3-0 Winona State (11/9) # L 0-2

Opponent (Date) Result Score Truman State (8/29) L 0-4 St. Scholastica (9/1) W 4-1 Bemidji State (9/2) L 4-5 Rockhurst (9/5) L 1-2 Northern Michigan (9/6) T 1-1 Mary (9/10) T 2-2 Winona State (9/12)* T 0-0 Northern Michigan (9/26) W 3-2 South Dakota (10/1)* L 1-3 Augustana (10/3)* W 1-0 Neb.-Omaha (10/10)* L 0-4 North Dakota (10/15)* L 1-4 St. Cloud State (10/17)* T 1-1 Minn. State Mankato (10/23)* L 0-1 North Dakota (10/31)* L 0-1

Legend Home Match * NSIC Match (NCC 2004-2007) # NSIC Tour. Match % NCAA Division-II Tour. Match

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2005 Overall: 8-11-0 | NCC: 3-9-0 (Fifth) Home: 3-5-0 | Road: 3-6-0 | Neutral: 2-0-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 12th Season Captains: Pam Lensing, Sarah Noonan, Rachael Ferrin

Opponent (Date) Truman State (8/26) Southwest Minn. State (8/27) Concordia-St. Paul (8/30) Winona State (9/2) St. Scholastica (9/7) Northern Michigan (9/10) Minn. State Mankato (9/16)* St. Cloud State (9/18)

Result Score W 1-0 W 4-3 W 6-2 L 0-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 2-5 W 3-2

Augustana (9/23)* Neb.-Omaha (9/25)* St. Cloud State (10/1)* South Dakota (10/7)* Minn. State Mankato (10/14)* Augustana (10/15)* North Dakota (10/23)* South Dakota (10/28)* Neb.-Omaha (11/5)* North Dakota (11/6)*

W L L L L W L L L L

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

2006 Overall: 8-8-3 | NCC: 4-6-2 (Fifth) Home: 4-2-1 | Road: 2-5-2 | Neutral: 2-1-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 13th Season Captain: Lisa Lerud

Opponent Southwest Minn. State (8/24) Washburn (Kan.) (8/26) Concordia-St. Paul (8/30) Emporia State (9/2) Northern State (9/3) Minn. State Mankato (9/8)* St. Cloud State (9/10)* Augustana (9/15)* Neb.-Omaha (9/17)* St. Cloud State (9/23)* South Dakota (9/29)* Bemidji State (10/2)* Minn. State Mankato (10/6)* Augustana (10/8)* North Dakota (10/15)* South Dakota (10/20)* Northern Michigan (10/22)* Neb.-Omaha (10/27)* North Dakota (10/29)%

Result Score W 6-0 L 1-3 W 6-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 L 0-2 T 1-1 L 2-4 T 1-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 T 1-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-1

2007 Overall: 7-9-1 | NCC: 5-6-1 (Third) Home: 5-3-0 | Road: 2-5-1 | Neutral: 0-1-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 14th Season Captain: Brianna Francisco

Opponent Mesa State (8/31) Fort Lewis (9/2) Bemidji State (9/10) Neb.-Omaha (9/15)* North Dakota (9/16)* South Dakota (9/21)* Concordia-St. Paul (9/23) North Dakota (9/30)* Minn. State Mankato (10/5)* Augustana (10/7)* South Dakota (10/12)* Northern Michigan (10/14)* St. Cloud State (10/19)* Augustana (10/26)* Neb.-Omaha (10/28) Minn. State Mankato (11/2)* St. Cloud State (11/4)*

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

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Year-by-Year Results 2008 Overall: 7-11-2 | NSIC: 7-4-2 (Fifth) Home: 4-4-1 | Road: 3-5-1 | Neutral: 0-2-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 15th Season Captains: Stacy Prodaniuk, Danielle Scheuer, Clare Dahmen

Opponent Wis.-Parkside (8/28) St. Cloud State (8/30) Bemidji State (8/31) Mesa State (9/4) Fort Lewis (9/7) Minn. State Mankato (9/20)* Southwest Minn. State (9/21)* Minn. Crookston (9/26)* Minn. State Moorhead (9/28)* Upper Iowa (10/4)* Winona State (10/5)* St. Cloud State (10/11)* Concordia-St. Paul (10/12)* Mary (10/18)* Northern State (10/19)* Bemidji State (10/24)* Augustana (11/1)* Wayne State (11/2)* Mary (11/5)#

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

2009 Overall: 17-3-2 | NSIC: 11-1-1 (Second) Home: 8-0-0 | Road: 6-3-1 | Neutral: 3-0-1 Coach: Greg Cane, 16th Season Captains: Kelly Duchene, Clare Dahmen

Opponent Minn. State Mankato (8/30) Northern Michigan (9/7) St Cloud State (9/12) Southwest Minn. State (9/13)* Minn. State Mankato (9/20)* Minn. State Moorhead (9/25)* Minn.-Crookston (9/27)* Winona State (10/2)* Upper Iowa (10/4)* Concordia-St. Paul (10/10)* St. Cloud State (10/11)* Northern State (10/17)*

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Result Score L 0-2 W 3-2 T 0-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 6-1 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 2-1

Mary (10/18)* W 2-0 Bemidji State (10/23)* T 1-1 Wayne State (10/30)* W 5-1 Augustana (11/1)* W 1-0 Northern State (11/4) W 1-0 St. Cloud State (11/6)* W 2-1 Winona State (11/8)* W 2-1 Minn. State Mankato (11/13)* W 2-0 Metro State (11/15) % L 1-2 2010 Overall: 12-6-2 | NSIC: 10-3-0 (Second) Home: 7-1-0 | Road: 4-5-2 | Neutral: 1-0-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 17th Season Captain: Maria Leider

Opponent Colorado Mines (9/2) Regis University (9/4) Northern Michigan (9/10) Michigan Tech (9/12) Minn. Crookston (9/18)* Minn. State Moorhead (9/19)* Upper Iowa (9/25)* Winona State (9/26)* St. Cloud State (10/2)* Concordia-St. Paul (10/3)* Mary (10/9)* Northern State (10/10)* Augustana (10/16)* Wayne State (10/17)* Bemidji State (10/22)* Minn. State Mankato (10/30)* Southwest Minn. State (10/31)* Mary (11/3)# Bemidji State (11/5) # Winona State (11/7) #

Result Score T 1-1 L 1-2 T 1-1 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 6-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 3-1 W 1-0 L 2-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-3

2011 Overall: 11-6-1 | NSIC: 10-3-0 (Third) Home: 7-2-1 | Road: 4-4-0 | Neutral: 0-0-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 18th Season Captain: Reegan Lloyd

Opponent Northern Michigan (9/1) Regis (9/3)

Colorado Mines (9/11) L 1-0 Minn. State Moorhead (9/17) L 1-2 Minn. Crookston (9/18)* W 3-0 Winona State (9/24)* L 0-1 Upper Iowa (9/25)* W 4-2 Concordia-St. Paul (10/1)* W 3-2 St. Cloud State (10/2)* W 2-0 Northern State (10/8)* W 1-0 Mary (10/9)* L 1-2 Wayne State (10/15)* W 1-0 Augustana (10/16)* W 5-3 Bemidji State (10/21)* W 4-1 Southwest Minn. State (10/29)* W 2-0 Minn. State Mankato (10/30)* W 1-0 Augustana (11/2) # W 2-1 Minn. State Mankato (11/4) # L 0-4 2012 Overall: 8-7-3 | NSIC: 7-5-3 (Eighth) Home: 4-3-1 | Road: 4-3-2 | Neutral: 0-1-0 Coach: Greg Cane, 19th Season Captain: Kristi Mehrman Opponent Result Score Northern Michigan (8/30) W 4-0 Grand Valley State (9/7) L 0-5 St. Cloud State (9/9)* L 1-2 Winona State (9/15)* L 0-2 Upper Iowa (9/16)* L 0-2 Southwest Minn. State (9/22)* W 1-0 Sioux Falls (9/23)* W 6-0 Augustana (9/29)* T 1-1 Wayne State (9/30)* T 2-2 Mary (10/6)* W 2-0 Minot State (10/7)* L 0-1 Minn. State Mankato (10/12)* W 5-0 Concordia-St. Paul (10/14)* W 4-2 Northern State (10/20)* W 4-2 Minn. State Moorhead (10/21)* W 3-1 Minn.-Crookston (10/26)* W 4-0 Bemidji State(10/28)* T 1-1 Minn. State Mankato (10/30) # L 0-4

Result Score T 2-2 L 1-3

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Postseason Honors & Awards NSCAA All-Central Region

2012 Dani Potter................................. Third Team 2012 Maureen Stormont..................... Third Team 2010 2010 2010 2010

Maria Leider................................ First Team Reegan Lloyd............................... First Team Hannah Bengtson....................... Third Team Mallory Fox................................. Third Team

2009 2009 2009 2009

Clare Dahmen............................. First Team Maria Leider........................... Second Team Reegan Lloyd.......................... Second Team Hannah Bengston....................... Third Team

NSCAA All-American

2012 Maureen Stormont................. Second Team

NSCAA Scholar All-America

2011 Reegan Lloyd............................... First Team 2011 Riley Allen.............................. Second Team

2010 Maria Leider ............................... First Team

2010 Maria Leider................................ First Team 2010 Reegan Lloyd............................... First Team

2012 Dani Potter................................. Third Team 2009 Clare Dahmen............................ Third Team 2009 Maria Leider............................... Third Team 2005 Pam Lensing .......................... Second Team 2003 Nicole Fiet.................................. Third Team

2006 Abbey Bollig .............................. Third Team 2006 Briana Francisco......................... Third Team

2001 Jenny Warrick.............................. Third Team

2005 Pam Lensing........................... Second Team

2000 Jenny Warrick.............................. Third Team

2003 2003 2003 2003

1997 Sharon Lahti........................... Second Team

Nicole Fietz................................. First Team Leslie Stoen................................ First Team Cathy Wallace......................... Second Team Mira Muikku............................... Third Team

2002 Nicole Fietz................................. First Team 2001 Linda Kalweit.......................... Second Team 2001 Liz Smith................................ Second Team 2000 2000 2000 2000

Linda Kalweit............................... First Team Jenny Warrick.......................... Second Team Nicole Fietz............................ Second Team Cathy Wallace......................... Second Team

1999 Jenny Warrick.......................... Second Team 1999 Michele Filipczak.................... Second Team 1998 Beth Byers.............................. Second Team 1998 Jenny Warrick.......................... Second Team

NSCAA Academic All-Central Region

2010 Maria Leider................................ First Team 2010 Lauren Graydon.......................... Third Team 2010 Whitney Wilson.....................Honorable Mention 2009 2009 2009 2009

Clare Dahmen............................. First Team Maria Leider................................ First Team Kelly DuChene........................ Second Team Alex Paffrath............................... Third Team

2003 Nicole Fietz................................. First Team 2001 Jenny Warrick............................... First Team 2000 Jenny Warrick............................... First Team 1999 Sara Hay................................ Second Team

1997 Beth Byers.............................. Second Team 1997 Sharon Lahti .......................... Second Team

1998 Kelly Fritz................................ Second Team 1998 Sara Hay................................ Second Team

1995 1995 1995 1995

1997 Sharon Lahti................................ First Team 1997 Kelly Fritz................................ Second Team

Erika Ludwig................................ First Team Ginger Jeffrey.......................... Second Team Kelly Fritz....................... Honorable Mention Jen Thompson................... Honorable Mention

Kristi Mehrman (’12) received several All-Academic honors in her senior season with the Bulldogs, including the NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic Award.

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Daktronics All-Central Region

2010 Maria Leider........................... Second Team

2009 Clare Dahmen............................. First Team 2009 Hannah Bengston........................ First Team 2008 Maria Leider................................ First Team 2006 Clare Dahmen.......................... Second Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District VII

2012 Kristi Mehrman............................ First Team 2011 Kristi Mehrman............................ First Team 2010 Becky Anderson........................... First Team 2010 Maria Leider................................ First Team 2009 Becky Anderson........................... First Team 2009 Alex Paffrath............................... Third Team 2008 Becky Anderson........................... First Team 2008 Alex Paffrath................................ First Team 2003 Nicole Fietz................................. First Team

CoSIDA Academic All-American

2010 Becky Anderson.......................... First Team 2010 Maria Leider............................... Third Team

ESPN Magazine Academic All-District V

2005 Pam Lensing..........................Second Team

Kelsey Gratz (’12) was named al All-NSIC Honorable Mention in both her junior and senior seasons for the Bulldogs.

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Postseason Honors & Awards

The 2012-13 Bulldogs were honored as a team for their academic excellence, receiving the UMD Chancellor’s Cup as the team with the highest GPA during the school year, a longtime point of pride for Coach Cane’s Bulldogs.

NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic Award

2012 Kristi Mehrman

2010 Becky Anderson

NSIC Willis R. Kelly Award

2010 Becky Anderson

NSIC Defensive Player of the Year

2011 Reegan Lloyd

2009 Hannah Bengston

NSIC Player of the Year

1999 Jenny Warrick 1997 Sharon Lahti

All-NSIC

2012 Maureen Stormont...................... First Team 2012 Dani Potter.............................Second Team 2012 Kelsey Gratz.................. Honorable Mention 2011 2011 2011 2011

Reegan Lloyd.............................. First Team Dani Potter.................................. First Team Maureen Stormont.................Second Team Kelsey Gratz.................. Honorable Mention

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Maria Leider................................ First Team Reegan Lloyd.............................. First Team Hannah Bengtson...................Second Team Dani Potter.............................Second Team Mallory Fox................................. Third Team Molly Nepote.............................. Third Team Becky Anderson ........... Honorable Mention

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Hanna Bengtson.......................... First Team Clare Dahmen............................. First Team Maria Leider ............................... First Team Reegan Lloyd ............................. First Team Alex Paffrath...........................Second Team Kelly Duchene............... Honorable Mention

2008 Clare Dahmen............................. First Team 2008 Hannah Bengtson...................Second Team 2008 Stacey Prodaniuk ...................... Third Team

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2008 Maria Leider............................... Third Team 2008 Meghan Roth.............................. Third Team 2008 Kelly Duchene............... Honorable Mention

1997 Sharon Lahti................................ First Team 1997 Amanda Neils.............................. First Team 1997 Sarah Opheim............................. First Team

2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

Leslie Stoen................................ First Team Nicole Fietz.................................. First Team Cathy Wallace............................. First Team Mira Muikku.................. Honorable Mention Kristine Kruger............... Honorable Mention

1996 Sharon Lathi................................ First Team 1996 Missy Sulzbach............................ First Team

2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

Nicole Fietz.................................. First Team Kristine Kruger............................. First Team Mira Muikku................................ First Team Camilla Andersson........ Honorable Mention Pam Lensing................. Honorable Mention Katy Murphy.................. Honorable Mention

2001 2001 2001 2001

Nicole Feitz.................................. First Team Linda Kalweit ..............................First Team Andi Perrizo ................................ First Team Jenny Warrick................ Honorable Mention

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

Michele Filipczak......................... First Team Nicole Fietz.................................. First Team Linda Kalweit............................... First Team Liz Smith..................................... First Team Jenny Warrick.............................. First Team

1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

Jenny Warrick ............................. First Team Beth Byers................................... First Team Sara Hay..................................... First Team Erin Munkeby.............................. First Team Andi Perrizo................................. First Team Michele Filipczak......................... First Team Holly Eggebraaten......... Honorable Mention Liz Smith....................... Honorable Mention

1998 Jenny Warrick.............................. First Team 1998 Beth Byers................................... First Team 1998 Ginger Jeffrey.............................. First Team 1997 Amy Bruno.................................. First Team 1997 Beth Byers................................... First Team 1997 Ginger Jeffrey.............................. First Team

All-NCC

2007 Heather Cutter 2007 Briana Francisco 2006 2006 2006 2006

Abbey Bollig Lisa Leurd Briana Francisco Clare Dahmen

2005 Abbey Bollig 2005 Pam Lensing

NSIC Tournament Team

2011 Kelsey Gratz

2010 Reegan Lloyd 2010 Maria Leider 2009 2009 2009 2009

Maria Leider Reegan Lloyd Hannah Bergtson Clare Dahmen**

2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

Mira Muikku Katy Murphy Leslie Stoen Nicole Fietz Cathy Wallace**

2002 Nicole Fietz 2002 Cathy Wallace 2001 2001 2001 2001

Mira Muikku Katy Murphy Nicole Fietz Jenny Warrick**

1998 Jenny Warrick** ** All-Tournament MVP

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All-Time Alumnae

A

Shannon Adams (Coon Rapids, Minn.)...................... 1999-2000 Becky Anderson (Duluth, Minn.).....................................2007-10 Camilla Andersson (Ransta, Sweden).............................2001-02 Jessica Arne (Blaine, Minn.)...........................................2003-04

B

Jaime Baker (Maple Grove, Minn.)..................................1996-98 Caitlin Barnaby (Baxter, Minn.)............................................ 2008 Rachelle Belott (Weston, Wis.)............................................ 2012 Hannah Bengtson (Lino Lakes, Minn).............................2008-10 Meghan Boies (Eden Prairie, Minn.).................................... 1998 Abbey Bollig (Oregon, Wis.)............................................2005-06 Abby Boreen (Wayzata, Minn.)........................................2007-10 Ashley Brown (River Falls, Wis.)......................................2009-12 Brittany Brown (Eau Claire, Wis.)....................................2007-10 Amy Bruno (Duluth, Minn.).............................................1994-97 Beth Byers (Lakeville, Minn.)..........................................1996-99 Kelly Byers (Lakeville, Minn.)..........................................1994-96

C

Dawn Calliguri (Bloomington, Minn.)................................... 1996 Sammy Case (Apple Valley, Minn.)..................................2006-08 Laura Cheney (Duluth, Minn.).........................................1997-00 Angie Claggett (Coon Rapids, Minn.)..............................1994-95 Alyssa Clayton (Pulaski, Wis.).........................................2005-06 Elisa Cottingham (Big Lake, Minn.).................................2001-04 Heather Cutter (Chaska, Minn.)......................................2004-07

D

Clare Dahmen (Hopkins, Minn.).....................................2006-09 Katie DeSanto (Minneapolis, Minn.).................................... 2000 Kelly DuChene (Chanhassen, Minn.)..............................2007-09

E

Holly Eggebraaten (Menasha, Wis.)................................1999-03 Katie Erickson (Eau Claire, Wis.).....................................2001-02 Katy Eriksson (Birchwood, Minn.)........................................ 2001

F

Lindsay Fast (Bemidji, Minn.).........................................1995-98 Rachael Ferrin (Duluth, Minn.)........................................2002-05 Nicole Fietz (Green Bay, Wis.).........................................2000-03 Michele Filipczak (Brooklyn Park, Minn.).........................1997-00 Christina Fontana (Minneapolis, Minn.)..........................2003-05 Mallory Fox (West St. Paul, Minn.)..................................2007-10 Briana Francisco (Eden Prairie, Minn.)............................2004-07 Jodi Frestedt (Duluth, Minn.)............................................... 1999 Kelly Fritz (Eden Prairie, Minn.).......................................1995-98 43

G

Toni Giuliani (Duluth, Minn.)................................................ 2010 Ann Goldade (Bloomington, Minn.)................................1996-98 Lisa Good (Burnsville, Minn.).........................................1995-97 Julie Grandson (Duluth, Minn.).......................................1994-95 Anna Gradeen (Vaxjo, Sweden)........................................... 2009 Kelsey Gratz (Eagan, Minn.)............................................2009-12 Lauren Graydon (Thunder Bay, Ont.)...............................2007-10

H

Kayla Haldeman (Eau Claire, Wis.)...................................... 2008 Sara Hay (Maple Grove, Minn.).......................................1997-99 Leah Headrick (Burnsville, Minn.)...................................2006-08 Christine Heinzmann (Spring Lake Park, Minn.)...............1996-98 Jen Hennek (Proctor, Minn.)...........................................2001-02 Carolina Hernandez (Bogota, Colombia).................... 1997-2000 Sarah Hockett (Duluth, Minn.)............................................ 2010 Sierra Hogan (Ham Lake, Minn.)......................................... 2010 Stephanie Hood (La Crosse, Wis.)..................................2006-07

I

Laura Imen (Fargo, N.D.)..................................................... 1999 Hanna Iaizzo (White Bear Lake, Minn.)...........................2009-12

J

Molli Janni (Coon Rapids, Minn.)......................................... 2008 Ginger Jeffrey (Coon Rapids, Minn.)................................1995-98 Anne Johnson (White Bear Lake, Minn.).........................1994-96 Bryn Johnson (Wayzata, Minn.)............................................ 2004 Keri Johnson (Bloomington, Minn.)...................................... 1995 Kendra Johnson (Bloomington, Minn.)................................. 1994 Nikki Johnson (Apple Valley, Minn.)...................................... 1995

K

Linda Kalweit (Burnsville, Minn.)............................... 1998-2001 Hillary Keefer (Eagan, Minn.)..........................................2000-01 Meghan Keil (Plymouth, Minn.)........................................... 2004 Patty Kelly (Bloomington, Minn.......................................2001-04 Lindsay Kolar (Duluth, Minn.).........................................1997-98 Rachel Krambeer (Brooklyn Park, Minn.)........................2007-08 Nora Krohse (Duluth, Minn.)................................................ 1994 Kristine Kruger (Bloomington, Minn.)..............................2001-03 Darci Kuklock (Plymouth, Minn.)......................................... 2006

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All-Time Alumnae

L

Sharon Lahti (Box) (Moreno Valley, Calif.).......................1994-97 Bridget Larson (Lakeville, Minn.).....................................2004-07 Lizzy Larson (Burnsville, Minn.)............................................ 2012 Maria Leider (Duluth, Minn.)...........................................2007-10 Pam Lensing (Mounds View, Minn.)................................2002-05 Lisa Lerud (Fargo, N.D.)..................................................2003-06 Marie Lerud (Fargo, N.D.)...............................................2001-04 Rita Lerud (Fargo, N.D.)..................................................2006-08 Ida Lindwall (Rottne, Sweden)............................................. 2003 Reegan Lloyd (Woodbury, Minn.) ...................................2008-11 Anna Lovegren (Hugo, Minn.).........................................1994-95 Heather Lowinske (Blaine, Minn.)...................................1997-00 Erica Ludwig (Robbinsdale, Minn.).................................1994-96 Katie Lukanich (Bloomington, Minn.)................................... 2007 Brittany Lyons (Coon Rapids, Minn.).................................... 2007

M

Amy Malloy (Circle Pines, Minn.)......................................... 1994 Stephanie Martin (Apple Valley, Minn.)................................ 1994 Janie May (Edina, Minn.)................................................1999-02 Laura Mayerle (Bloomington, Minn.)...............................2004-07 Shannon McCafferty (Duluth, Minn.)..............................1997-00 Kristi Mehrman (Duluth, Minn.)................................. 2009-2012 Megyn Mereness (Eagan, Minn.)......................................... 2004 Jacqui Merryman (Fridley, Minn.)....................................2000-03 Abby Metz (Minnetonka, Minn.)......................................2002-04 Laura Miles (Maplewood, Minn.)....................................2006-07 Kelli Mooney (Maple Grove, Minn.)...................................... 2002 Mira Muikku (Helsinki, Finland)......................................2001-03 Adriann Munkeby (Hopkins, Minn.).................................1996-99 Erin Munkeby (Hopkins, Minn.).......................................1996-99 Katy Murphy (Blaine, Minn.)...................................... 1999-2003 Jeanette Musser (Mankato, Minn.)...................................... 1999

N

Amanda Neils (Bloomington, Minn.) ..............................1994-97 Jessica Nelson (Duluth, Minn.).......................................1996-97 Molly Nepote (Mendota Heights, Minn.).........................2009-10 Meghan Nichols (Ham Lake, Minn.)................................2004-06 Sarah Noonan (Fort Frances, Ont.).................................2002-05 Hannah Nygaard (Chaska, Minn.)...................................2006-08

O

Misty Olson (Duluth, Minn.)............................................1996-99 Emily Opheim (Burnsville, Minn.)....................................1998-99 Sarah Opheim (Burnsville, Minn.)...................................1994-97

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P

Alex Paffrath (Owatonna, Minn.).....................................2007-09 Elicia Pearce (Blaine, Minn.)..........................................2000-02 Heidi Pelttari (Tampere, Finland).....................................2009-10 Andi Perrizo (Plymouth, Minn.)...................................... 1998-01 Stacey Prodaniuk (Thunder Bay, Ont.).............................2005-08

R

Kaisa Ranki (Leppakoski, Finland)....................................... 2006 Kaitrin Rathe (Cloquet, Minn.)............................................. 2011 Tanya Rimer (Bloomington, Minn.)..................................2005-06 Carolina Rojas-Alford (Minnetonka, Minn.).....................1994-95 Meghan Roth (Farmington, Minn.)..................................2005-08

S

Danielle Scheuer (Cloquet, Minn.)..................................2005-08 Kelly Schroeder (Sheboygan, Wis.).................................2004-06 Kristin Schwen (Rochester, Minn.)..................................2001-02 Annie Sevy (Harrisonville, Mo.)............................................ 2006 Abby Serreyn (Wyoming, Minn.)......................................2009-12 Elizabeth Smith (Maple Grove, Minn.).............................1999-01 Sarah Smith (Minneapolis, Minn.)....................................... 1994 Carolyn Sprowls (Brooklyn Park, Minn.)..........................1994-96 Kari Stellmaker (Duluth, Minn.)......................................2004-05 Nicole Stewart (Coon Rapids, Minn.)..............................1994-95 Leslie Stoen (Apple Valley, Minn.)...................................2000-03 Melissa Sulzbach (Prior Lake, Minn.)................................... 1994

T

Jen Thompson (West St. Paul, Minn.)..............................1994-97 Meghan Turanski (Hudson, Wis.)................................ 1998-2000

U

Amanda Ullrich (Rosemount, Minn.).................................... 1996

W

Cathy Wallace (Bloomington, Minn.)...............................2000-03 Laura Wallace (Bloomington, Minn.).................................... 2003 Jenny Warrick (Lino Lakes, Minn.)...................................1998-01 Whitney Wilson (Albert Lea, Minn.).................................2007-10 Cassie Wirth (Duluth, Minn.)................................................ 2006 Karen Wojtowich (Maple Grove, Minn.)................................ 1994 Chelsey Wolfgram (White Bear Lake, Minn.)......................... 2005

Z

Kim Zelinsky (Minneapolis, Minn.)..................................1994-95 Ali Zobel (Duluth, Minn.)..................................................... 2004

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