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University Facts Location....................................................................Greensboro, N.C. Founded......................................................................................1891

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Enrollment.................................................... 18,500 (14,00 undergrad)

Quick Facts....................................................................................... 2

Nickname.............................................................................. Spartans

Class Photos/Team Photos.............................................................. 4-5

Colors.................................................................... Gold, White & Navy

This is UNCG................................................................................ 6-11

Stadium.................................................. UNCG Soccer Stadium (3,540) Affiliation..................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................................Southern

UNCG Soccer Stadium................................................................ 12-13 Coaching Staff........................................................................... 14-16

Chancellor...................................................................Frank Gilliam Jr.

Athletic Training & Strength & Conditioning.................................. 17-18

Director of Athletics............................................................ Kim Record

2015 Roster.................................................................................... 19

Alma mater.....................................................................Virginia, 1984

Player Profiles............................................................................ 20-46

Athletics Department phone............................................ 336-334-5952

2015 Schedule................................................................................ 47

Athletics Communications Office Assistant AD...............................................................Matt McCollester Email..................................................... matt.mccollester@uncg.edu

Southern Conference.................................................................. 48-49 2014 Season Recap.................................................................... 50-51 All-Time Honors......................................................................... 52-53

Cell phone................................................................. 336-676-3407

UNCG Record Book..................................................................... 54-56

Assistant Director............................................................... Olivia Coiro

All-time Results.......................................................................... 57-61

Email...................................................................oacoiro@uncg.edu

Series Records........................................................................... 62-65

Cell phone................................................................. 336-402-0174

All-time Roster................................................................................ 66

Director of New Media/Marketing...................................... Dacia Ijames

Championship Tradition................................................................... 67

Email................................................................ dnijames@uncg.edu Athletics Communications phone..................................... 336-334-5615 Press box phone............................................................ 336-334-5625

UNCG Administration.................................................................. 68-69 Spartan Club.............................................................................. 70-71

Athletics Communications Office address........................ UNCG Athletics

Spartan success......................................................................... 72-73

......................................PO Box 26168, Greensboro, NC 27402-6168

UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame....................................................... 74-78

Website........................................................... www.uncgspartans.com

Campus Map................................................................................... 79

Women’s Soccer Twitter...............................................@UNCGWSoccer UNCG Women’s Soccer Team Information Head coach....................................................Michael Coll (3rd Season) Alma mater......................................................................... Penn State Record at UNCG...................................................................... 18-17-6 Career record.........................................................................59-59-18 Assistant coach.................................................Jeff Gross (3rd Season) ............................................... Univeristy Maryland Baltimore County Assistant coach...................................... Megan Kinneman (1st Season)

2015 Women’s Soccer Guide Credits The 2015 UNCG women’s soccer guide was designed and edited by Assistant Director of Athletcs Communications Olivia Coiro. Editorial assistance was provided by Assistant Athletic Director of Communications & Marketing, Matt McCollester. Photography was provided by Carlos Morales, Tim Cowie, Dano Keeney, WG Sports, Willis Glasgow, Chris English, John Bell, Houston Dynamo, UNCG University Relations Photographers and others.

................................................................ Louisiana State University 2015 overall record..................................................................... 9-9-3 2015 SoCon record...................................................................... 6-2-1 Returning/lost.............................................................................. 16/6 Starters returning/lost.................................................................. 3/11 Newcomers..................................................................................... 12

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) athletic department is on probation for a two-year period, which began on June 25, 2015 and will end on June 24, 2017. UNCG received the final decision from the NCAA Committee on Infractions on June 25, 2015, regarding its Level II case of NCAA violations that were initially discovered by the University in the fall of 2011. As part of our penalties imposed by the NCAA Committee on Infractions, UNCG will vacate all wins and records in which ineligible student-athletes competed during the 2007-08 through 2012-2013 academic year. Those records are notated in this guide with an asterisk. For more details on the NCAA Committee on Infractions report, please visit www.uncgspartans.com.


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- Student/faculty ratio is approximately 17:1. - Over the past five years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a gradepoint average of 3.0 or better, including 51% of them last year.


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HEAD COACH Third year Penn State, 1997

Michael Coll

Michael Coll is in his third year as head women’s soccer coach in 2016. Coll was named the head coach March 11, 2014. He guided the Spartans to a 9-8-3 overall record in his first year, including a 5-3-1 record in Southern Conference play. In his second season, Coll led the Spartans to a 9-9-3 overall record, 6-2-1 mark in the SoCon and a No. 3 seed in the conference tournament. 2015 saw UNCG earn seven all-conference awards including Caylin Prillaman being named SoCon Freshman of the Year. Chesney White and Georgia Brown earned first team honors while Zoe Fishman, Ashley Eddleman and Regan Lehman were picked for the All-SoCon Second Team. In addition to being named SoCon Freshman of the Year, Prillaman was selected for the All-Freshman team with Gabbi Charles. In 2015, UNCG faced three nationally ranked teams in Kentucky (23), Virginia Tech (10) and defending national champions Florida State (2). The Spartans topped NC State on the road, 2-0, for their first win over an ACC team since defeating Wake Forest in 2012. In Coll’s first season, four Spartans made All-Conference honors in Chesney White (first team), Georgia Brown (second team), Rebecca Burrows (second team) and Chloe Buehler (freshman team) during the 2014 season. Academically, six UNCG players were named to the SoCon All-Academic team in Coll’s first season. Coll has 20 total years of Division I soccer coaching experience including previous experience at University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), Penn State University and Saint Francis University of Pennsylvania. Coll came to Greensboro from Las Vegas where he spent the previous two years as the head coach at UNLV posting a 22-12-7 overall record. In his first season at the helm of the team, Coll simply guided the Rebels to a school-record 12-4-4 season, as the .700 winning percentage is the highest in UNLV soccer history. The 12 wins accomplished by the squad is also tied for the second-highest in school history, and the four losses were the fewest in a season ever at UNLV. After a slow 1-2-1 start to begin the 2012 season, Coll’s coaching began to take effect on the squad, leading to a schoolrecord seven-game win streak, which started with one of the highlight victories of the year, a double-overtime victory over Oklahoma. The streak also led into a nine-game unbeaten streak, also a UNLV record, which was only snapped in a one-goal loss to nationally 7th ranked San Diego State. The Rebels would reach the semifinals of the Mountain West Tournament for the third straight year before falling to San Diego State on its home field. At the end of the 2012 season a school-record three Rebels were named all west region, while four players earned first team All-Mountain West conference honors, also a program best. During his second season at UNLV (2013) Coll helped lead UNLV to its second-straight 10-win season, despite starting between 5 and 7 freshmen in most games. Prior to Las Vegas, Coll spent the previous eight years at Penn State, where he was an assistant coach for the women’s soccer program. During his tenure on the Nittany Lions’ staff, he helped guide the squad to five appearances in the NCAA Sweet 16, as well as a trip to the national semifinals in 2005. Penn State claimed eight straight Big Ten championship titles during Coll’s tenure in Happy Valley. While at Penn State, Coll was the recruiting coordinator for the Nittany Lions, as well as handling other aspects of the team, including individual and team training, scouting and game preparation, video analysis, alumni relations, and running


the camp and clinic programs for PSU. Coll served under head coach Erica Walsh for the past five years at Penn State, and took on added responsibilities during the past few years when Walsh was named as assistant coach for the U.S. National Team in 2008. Prior to joining the PSU staff, Coll was the head coach for the women’s soccer program at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pa., during the 2001-03 seasons. Coll began his coaching career as an assistant coach for the men’s program at Penn State, where he was on the staff from 1997-2000. A four-year starter for Penn State, Coll was a two-time all-Big Ten conference selection and an All-American for the Nittany Lions. A native of Derry, Ireland, he represented his country at the World University Games in 1993 (USA), 1995 (Japan) and in 1997 (Italy). Coll received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport science from Penn State and a master’s degree in Education/Leadership from Saint Francis University. He holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) premier diploma, advanced national and national diplomas from the NSCAA, and an Irish Football Associate “C” License. Coll and his wife, Katie, were married in 2010 and currently reside in Greensboro.

What they’re saying about Michael Coll: ‘I’m thrilled for Michael and Katie and believe his coaching and teaching philosophy are a great fit for the UNCG athletic department. He is extremely hard working and the players genuinely enjoy playing for him. As a student of the game, he is always working to improve as a coach and is one of the best motivators I have had the good fortune to work with in my career.” – Erica Walsh, Penn State women’s soccer head coach “In my twenty years of collegiate coaching, I have not worked with a better coach or person. Michael has a true passion and knowledge for the game of soccer, but more importantly he is a great mentor and leader. I am truly excited for Michael and the UNCG women’s soccer program.” – Paula Wilkins, Wisconsin women’s soccer head coach

Michael Coll Coaching File Date

Record

School

Title

1997-2000

Penn State

men’s soccer assistant coach

2001

7-10-1

Saint Francis

women’s soccer head coach

2002

7-10-1

Saint Francis

women’s soccer head coach

2003

5-10-3

Saint Francis

women’s soccer head coach

2004-11 Penn State women’s soccer assistant coach 2012 12-4-4 UNLV women’s soccer head coach 2013 10-8-3 UNLV women’s soccer head coach 2014 9-8-3 UNCG women’s soccer head coach 2015 9-9-3 UNCG women’s soccer head coach


ASSISTANT COACH Third year UMBC, 1991

Jeff Gross

Jeff Gross is in his third year as an assistant coach at UNCG under women’s head coach Michael Coll in 2015. Gross helped the Spartans to a 9-8-3 overall record in his first year, including a 5-3-1 record in Southern Conference play. In Gross’ second season the Spartans posted a 9-9-3 record and improved to 6-2-1 in the Southern Conference. The team earned a No. 3 seed in the SoCon Tournament, it’s highest in four seasons and seven players earned All-SoCon honors. Gross came to UNCG after being the Director of Coaching for the East Meadow Soccer club in Long Island, New York after finishing his fifth year with the club in 2014. He has been instrumental in the club’s ability to gain entry into the Elite Clubs National League for girls, the National Premier League for boys and into every major tournament and showcase in the country for both boys and girls. Prior to working with the East Meadow Soccer Club, Gross worked five years as the Director of Coaching at the Football Club Frederick in Frederick, Maryland from 2004-2009. During his time there he led the U-16 Girls team to the Maryland State Cup Championship in 2009 and a Region I finalist. Over a coaching career that spans 20 years to this point, Gross has been involved in several high level soccer environments including boys elite leagues/cups, girls elite leagues/cups and several tournament championships. He has worked with players that have played in the youth national teams, at all ages, and a multitude of players that have gone onto successful college soccer careers. From 1994 through 2004, Gross was the head coach of the Maryland Olympic Development Program leading the U-16 squad to a ODP National Championship finalist in 2000. Also his U-15 team was a Region I Regional Champion in 1999. Gross played his collegiate soccer career at the University of Maryland Baltimore County earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology in 1991. Gross holds the USSF “A” license and the NSCAA “Premier Diploma” and the US Soccer National Youth License.

HEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH Seventh year Virginia Tech, 1997

Danny Wheel

Danny Wheel is entering his seventh year as head strength and conditioning coach at UNCG in the 2016-17 season. Wheel brings more than 17 years experience to the Spartans in 2015. Prior to his arrival in Greensboro, Wheel spent 10 years as a member of East Carolina University’s Strength and Conditioning department. He spent six years as the coordinator of Olympic sports at ECU. He worked directly with the men’s basketball, women’s basketball, softball, volleyball and women’s soccer programs while also assisting with football. During Wheel’s first four years at East Carolina, he was the assistant director of strength and conditioning. He also assisted in organization and design of the new weight room in the Murphy Center. Wheel graduated from Virginia Tech in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, and received his master’s degree in health education from Virginia Tech in 2001. While receiving his graduate degree, Wheel served as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant under the direction Mike Gentry. He played football for Frank Beamer’s Hokies from 1993-1998, finishing his career as a three-year letterman and a two-year starter. Wheel was also a member of the corps of cadets for four years. Wheel is a certified member of the Collegiate Strength Coaches Association. He is also certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Wheel closes out his certifications by being an Olympic Club Coach certified. Wheel also competes in strongman and power lifting events.


ASSISTANT COACH First year LSU, 2013

Megan Kinneman

Megan Kinneman was hired as the assistant women’s soccer coach May 2, 2016. Kinneman has a vast knowledge of soccer and has competed at the collegiate and professional levels. Kinneman joins the Spartans after playing a season with the Arna Bjornar Professional Football Club in Bergen, Norway. Arna Bjornar is part of the highest level of professional soccer in Norway. Prior to her stint overseas, Kinneman was a reserve for the Houston Dash in Houston, Texas. She was called up the several first team matches in the National Women’s Soccer League during her year 16 months with the Dash. A four-year letter winner at Louisiana State University, Kinneman was the team captain for two years and was a representative on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. She started three years in Southeastern Conference play for the Tigers and earned 2010 SEC All-Tournament Team and All-Freshman Team honors. Kinneman excelled both on and off the field during her time at LSU. She was named to the SEC All-Academic Honor Roll twice and collected multiple weekly honors during her time in Baton Rouge. Brian Lee, who Kinneman played for at Louisiana State University, believes she will have a positive impact on the program at UNCG. She helped the Tigers to a 2011 SEC West Division Championship and a year prior was named to the LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana Team. All throughout her professional career she gained experience coaching through representing her club at youth clubs and clinics. While in Bergen, Kinneman coached the 8-12 year olds in the Arna Bjornar club’s academy program. While playing in Houston, Kinneman also spent time as a personal coach in the Huston Dynamo/Dash Academy Goalkeeper Program. Kinneman got her start in coaching at the Dynasty Goalkeeping Camp in Raleigh, N.C., where she has been a staff coach since 2011. At Dynasty, she has coached elite goalkeepers ages 14-21 and educated them on the physical, technical, tactical and psychological dimensions of goalkeeping. She was the boy’s soccer goalkeeper coach at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge and served a summer internship wit the Baton Rouge Soccer Club where she developed skills in management, communications as well as assisting in the tryout process and evaluations.

ATHLETIC TRAINER Ninth year Furman, 2000

Molly Weber

Molly Weber joined the athletic training staff in 2013. She works primarily with women’s soccer and the men’s and women’s indoor track teams at UNCG. This is her second stint as an athletic trainer at UNCG previously working with the men’s soccer team from 2008-2012. After her first go-around with UNCG, Weber spent 2012 at Delaware as an Orthopedic Physical Therapy Resident and 2013 at Towson as a vounteer athletic trainer. Weber has also made stops at University School of Nova Southeastern, CORA Rehabilitiation, Southeastern Orthopedic Specialists and Sport Medicine & Joint Replacement as the Athletic Trainer for Gate City FC. She is a 2000 graduate of Furman and has two Masters degrees, on from UNCG (‘04) and one from University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (‘02)


2016 Women’s Soccer Team Pictures


2015 UNCG Numerical Roster No.

Name

Pos.

Ht.

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

00

Jamie Phelps

GK

5-8

So.

Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll

0

Haleigh Fletcher

GK

5-10

Jr.

Gastonia, N.C./Lees-McRae

1

Chloe Buehler

GK

5-7

R.-Jr.

Perrysburg, Ohio/Penn State

2

Kimberly Shaver

D

5-5

R.-Jr.

Blacksburg, Va./Blacksburg

3

Gabi Charles

D

5-7

So.

Noblesville, Indiana/Noblesville

4

Lauren Daniels

F/M

5-10

Fr.

Clayton, N.C./Clayton

5

Ashley Hurley

F/M

5-6

Jr.

Northport, N.Y./Northport

6

Melanie Spensiero

M/D

5-7

Jr.

Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Santa Margarita Catholic

7

Melissa Canizalez

D

5-4

Sr.

Las Vegas, Nev./New Mexico State

8

Georgia Brown

D

5-7

Sr.

Queenstown, New Zealand/St. Hilda’s Collegiate

9

Dena Cisic

M

5-3

So.

Lawrenceville, Ga/Collins Hill

10

Cienna Rideout

F/M

5-7

Fr.

Henderson, Nev./Coronado

11

Marissa Ferrantino

M/D

5-6

Fr.

Woodbridge, Va./Osbourn Park

12

Hannah Hoeksema

M

5-10

Jr.

Auckland, New Zealand/Avondale College

13

Grace Regal

F

5-5

Fr.

Ellicott City, Md./Howard

14

Jess Logue

D

5-6

Fr.

Arlington, Va./Wakefield

15

Diarra Simmons

F

5-9

Sr.

Toronto, Ontario/Dayton

16

Rebekah McFadden

M

5-6

Fr.

Tampa, Fla./Plant

17

Katelyn Mountjoy

F/M

5-6

Sr.

Highland Village, Texas/Marcus

18

Maddie Hoffmann

D

5-8

Fr.

Raleigh, N.C./Leesvville Road

19

Melanie Formosa

M

5-5

Sr.

New York, N.Y./Monroe

20

Kaley Tucker

F/M

5-6

Fr.

Littleton, Colo./Thunder Ridge

23

Megan Linde

F/M

5-3

Fr.

Milothian, Va./Monocan

24

Regan Lehman

D

5-8

Jr.

Wilmington, Del./Padua Academy

26

Caylin Prillaman

F

5-3

So.

High Point, N.C./Wesleyan Christian Academy

27

Ashton Duty

D

5-5

Fr.

Waxhaw, N.C./Cuthbertson

28

Emily Stump

D

5-8

Fr.

Wyomissing, Penn./Wyomissing

30

Grace Kennedy

M

5-9

Fr.

Fuquay-Varina, N.C./Middle Creek

Head Coach: Michael Coll (Penn State, 3rd Season) Assistant Coach: Jeff Gross (UMBC, 3nd Season) Assistant Coach: Megan Kinneman (Louisiana State, 1st Season) Manager: Hope Maske


#8 Georgia Brown SENIOR • DEFENSE • 5-7 • QUEENSTOWN, NZL/ST. HILD’AS COLLEGIATE 2015 (Junior) Named to the SoCon All-Conference First Team... Earned All-SoCon Tournament Team honors... started and played in all 21 games for the Spartans logging 1,893 minutes on the field, 17 of which were complete games... dished her first assist of the season at NC State (Sept. 10) in a 2-0 victory for the Spartans first win over an ACC opponent since 2012... notched her first goal of the season against Western Carolina (Sept. 25)...also tallied goals against Chattanooga (Oct. 9) and The Citadel (Oct. 18)..finished the season with three goals and one assist for seven points 2014 (Sophomore) Named to the SoCon All-Conference second team ... Started and played in all 20 games ... Played a full-90 minutes at West Virginia (Sept. 7), ECU (Sept. 12), NC State (Sept. 14) that included 20 minutes of overtime, James Madison (Sept. 21), at Mercer (Sept. 26) which was 110 minutes, Samford (Oct. 12), at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) and at ETSU (Oct. 19) ... Had an assist against NC State, at The Citadel (Sept. 28), Chattanooga (Oct. 10) and 91 minutes at ETSU (Nov. 2) in the SoCon quarterfinal game that went to overtime ... Helped UNCG earn shutouts against Chattanooga and at Western Carolina ... Finished with a career high four assists on 15 shots and played a career high 1,655 minutes ... Made the SoCon honor roll. 2013 (Freshman) Named to the 2013 Southern Conference All-Freshman team ... Played in 20 games, starting 19 in her first collegiate season … Finished with three goals and two assists … Selected to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team … Third on the team with three goals … Assisted on the game-winning goal in double overtime at Hawai’i (Aug. 23) … Scored her first collegiate goal at East Carolina (Aug. 30) proving to be the game winner in a 1-0 victory … Picked up an assist against UNCW (Sept. 2) … Scored back-to-back goals at Francis Marion (Oct. 4) and at The Citadel (Oct. 6) … Moved to defense helping UNCG shutout five opponents in its last seven games … Held SoCon player of the year Elon’s Nicole Dennion to just one shot in a 2-2 draw … Took 26 total shots with 11 on goal. International Helped the Under-20 national team win its Oceania qualifying round in Auckland, New Zealand ... Guided the team to a 3-0 record with wins against Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia and Samoa ... Scored her first two international goals against New Caledonia, playing half a game in all three contests ... Traveled with the team in the FIFA Under-20 women’s World Cup in Japan. High School Attended St. Hilda’s collegiate high school playing multiple sports including basketball, skiing, cross country and soccer ... Named MVP of the soccer team and was third at nationals as asprinter on the cross country squad ... In the classroom, Brown achieved NCEA level one with excellence - which is the highest mark you can receive ... Played club soccer with Three Kings United under head coach Andy Clay ... Helped the team win the national club knockout cup in 2012. Personal Georgia Logan Brown … Born Oct. 18, 1993 … Daughterof Derek and Anna Brown ... Has a younger brother Monty Brown ... Majoring in interior architecture.


#17 Katelyn Mountjoy SENIOR • MIDFIELD • 5-6 • HIGHLAND VILLAGE, TEXAS/MARCUS 2015 (Junior) Played in 20 games earning nine starts... saw 879 minutes on the field... played a season-high 94 minutes in a 1-1 draw against Appalachian State (Sept. 20)... had an assist against NC State in a 2-0 win for the Spartans first victory over an ACC opponent since 2012... had one assist in SoCon play against VMI (Oct. 25)... finished the season with two assists for two points 2014 (Sophomore) Appeared in19 games, starting nine at West Virginia (Sept. 7), ECU (Sept. 12), NC State (Sept. 14), James Madison (Sept. 21), at Mercer (Sept. 26), at VMI (Oct. 5), Chattanooga (Oct. 10), Samford (Oct. 12) and at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) ... Took a season high five shots versus Indiana State (Sept. 5) ... scored a goal with three assists against Chattanooga ...Added her second goal at ETSU (Oct. 19) ... Scored her third goal at ETSU (Nov. 2) in the SoCon quarterfinal game ... Finished with career highs in goals (3), assists (3), shots (21) and minutes (855) ... Made the SoCon honor roll. 2013 (Freshman) Appeared in all 20 games, starting seven in the midfield … Finished with two goals and three assists for seven points … Had 18 shots, nine on goal … Scored her first two career goals at High Point (Sept. 6), had the game-winner and her first two-goal game on her birthday … Went three-straight games with an assist against Samford (Oct. 25), Chattanooga (Oct. 27) and Elon (Oct. 30) … Played mostly as an attacking midfielder in her first season. High School Four-year varsity letterwinner at Marcus High School ... Two-time Soccer Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009 ... 5A All-District Forward of the Year and Marcus High School MVP ... VYPE (High School Sports Magazine) Readers’ Choice MVP for DFW ... Three-time All-District first team selection in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... Led the team in goals scored in 2011 ... Named Midfielder of the Year and ESPN Player of the Week during junior season (2011) ... Named captain for senior season (2013) ... Team won the District 8 5A champions ... Ranked No. 1 by ESPN Rise for three weeks in 2011 ... Team was a regional semifinals winner in 2012 ... Invovled with Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) ... Played club soccer for Dallas Texans under club coach Sean Bubb ... Midfielder/forward and a part of ODP North Texas 94 state team ... Played for Sting Soccer Club winning three national titles at the USYS U-16, USYS U-15 and ECNL U-15 in 2010 ... Three-time NTX State Cup champion (2008-10) ... During 2009-10 was the champion of the Final IV, Disney and Las Vegas Cup ... Two-time Surf Cup champion in 2006 and 2008. Personal Katelyn Marie Mountjoy ... Born September 6, 1994 in Lewisville, Texas ... Daughter of Chris and Laura Mountjoy ... Has two siblings, Jessica Mountjoy and Michael Mountjoy ... Majoring in communiation studies.


#15 Diarra Simmons SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-9 • TORONTO, ONTARIO/DAYTON

2015 (Junior) Played in all 21 games this season earning 14 starts... started in the first 11 games of the season... earned four starts in SoCon play... played 1,167 minutes at forward... scored her first goal as a Spartan at Eastern Kentucky (Aug. 30)... scored her second goal of the season in a 2-0 victory over NC State (Sept. 10) for the Spartans first win over an ACC opponent since 2012... tallied her only SoCon goal agaisnt VMI (Oct. 25) in the final game of the regular season and dished out her first assist at UNCG that same game... tallied her first post-season point with an assist against Western Carolina (Oct. 31) in the first round of the SoCon tournament... finished the season with three goals and two assists for eight points to rank fourth on the team in points At Dayton Played two seasons at Dayton … Appeared in 14 games in two years, playing seven games each season as a reserve forward. High School Attended Mary Ward Catholic Secondary school in Toronto … Also lettered for two years in track and field and volleyball … Played for the Trinidad and Tobago National U17 Team, participating in the 2010 FIFA U17 World Cup … Scored the opening goal of the U17 World Cup, scoring against Chile … Played club soccer for the Durham Women’s Team for one year … Played for the Pickering Soccer Club … Helped Pickering to the Ontario Cup Championship in 2011 and Canadian National Club Championship in 2011 … Guided team to another Ontario Cup Championship in 2013 and a Bronze Medal in the 2013 Canadian National Club Championship … Played three years with the provincial program, winning one national title. Personal Full name is Diarra J Simmons … September 11, 1995 … Daughter of Gerry and Lindy-Ann Simmons … Has two siblings, Nykosi and Zara … Majoring in biology.


#2 Kimberly Shaver SENIOR • DEFENSE • 5-5 • BLACKSBURG, VA./BLACKSBURG 2015 (Redshirt-Sophomore) Appeared in 18 games logging 385 minutes on the field... scored her first and only goal of the season in a 3-1 victory over Western Carolina (Oct. 31) in the first round of the SoCon tournament... ended the season with one goal for two points... logged a season-high 36 minutes on two occasions, against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21) and The Citadel (Oct. 18) 2014 (Redshirt-Freshman) Played in 17 games, making two starts ... Played a full-90 minutes at West Virginia (Sept. 7) ... Helped the UNCG defense earn a shutout at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Part of the UNCG defense to shutout High Point (Sept. 19) ... Scored a goal in the second half at VMI (Oct. 5) ... Took a career-high five shots against Chattanooga (Oct. 10) ... Finished with one goal and seven shots ... Played in over 500 minutes ... Made the SoCon honor roll. 2013 (Freshman) Did not see any game action during freshman season. High School Four-year varsity letterwinner at Blacksburg High School ... Played center mid and was a defender ... Ran varsity track for four years running the 55 meter dash, 55 meter hurdles, 300 meter dash, 4x200 meter relay, long jump and high jump ... Holds the school record in the 4x200 meter relay with a time of 1:46.12 ... Awarded outstanding performance at the 2011 AA State championship ... Second team All-District in 2010 ... First team All-District in 2011-12 ... First team All-Region in 2011-12 ... Second team All-State in 2011-12 ... 2013 Blacksburg High School Female Athlete of the Year ... 2013 River Ridge Player of the Year ... 2013 Region IV Player of the Year ... 2013 All-Timesland Player of the Year ... First team All-State in 2013 ... Chosen to play in the VHSCA All-Star Game (held on July 10, 2013 in Newport News, Va.) ... Played club soccer at New River United for eight years before coming to Roanoke Star this past season under club coach Matt Neal ... Played in a national tournament in Chicago ... Final four of State Cup championship in Virginia ... Won the Regional Championship. Personal Kimberly Ellen Shaver ... Born April 12, 1995 in Blacksburg, Va. ... Daughter of Doug and Barbara Shaver ... Has two siblings, Kelly and Kevin Shaver ... Major is pre-kinesiology.


#7 Melissa Canizalez SENIOR • DEFENSE • 5-4 • LAS VEGAS, NEV./NEW MEXICO STATE

2015 (Junior) Played in three games for 99 minutes this season... made her first career appearance for the Spartans at Chattanooga in a 3-0 victory (Oct. 9)... played a season-high 65 minutes against The Citadel (Oct. 18) 2014 (Sophomore at New Mexico State) Played in eight games, starting four on defense before suffering an injury ... Part of three shutouts, including a double-overtime tie, 0-0, against Northern Colorado. 2013 (Freshman at New Mexico State) Finished the season with 18 appearances and 13 starts as a defender ... Played a total of 1,254 minutes including four games where she played more than 100 minutes ... Helped stall Bakersfield in double overtime as the Aggies picked up the 2-1 win to close out the season ... Part of the Aggie defense helped force nine extra-time games while holding three teams scoreless on the year ... Named to the Academic All-WAC Freshman/Transfer team. High School Played at Shadow Ridge High School ... Led the Mustangs to a 13-4-2 reocrd in the 2011-12 season ... Earned All-Northwest League honors ... Named the best defensive player for the Mustangs ... Selected for the player development program camp for her conference in the Elite Clubs National League in 2012 and 2013 ... Received an invite to the ID2 Camp for the U.S. National Team in 2011 ... Guided her club team to a regionals win in 2007, which was the first team from Nevada ever to win that regional titiel ... Led the Heat FC to five state cup titles. Personal Daughter of Danilo Canizalez and Mercedes Canizalez ... Born in Panorama City, Calif. ... Has two brotherts Andy and Christian ... Majoring in political science.


#19 Melanie Formosa SENIOR • MIDFIELD • 5-5 • NEW YORK, N.Y./MONROE

2015 (Junior) Played in 13 games earning five starts... logged 604 minuts of field time... made her career debut at High Point (Aug. 23) where she played 60 minutes... made her first career start at Kentucky (Aug. 28)... scored her first-career and first game-winning goal at Eastern Kentucky (Aug. 30)... played a season-high 69 minutes at Virginia Tech (Sept. 4)... tallied her first career assist in a 1-1 draw against Appalachian State (Sept. 20)... finished the season with one goal and one assist for three points 2014 (Sophomore at Monroe College) Started and played in 17 games as the team went 18-1-1 en route to a 2-1 overtime win in the national championship against Iowa Western ... Scored four goals, dished out three assists and had three game-winning goals in the midfield ... Tallied three game-winning goals came against Ocean County College, Community College of Rhode Island and Owens Community College ... Scored the tying goal in the national championship game against Iowa Western. 2013 (Freshman at Monroe College) Played 11 games, started nine games in the midfield ... Notched two assists and played 711 minutes, including three full 90-minute contests. High School Played four seasons at Cathedral High School in New York, N.Y. and was a team captain for the squad ... Played club soccer for the Manhattan Soccer Club. Personal Melanie Formosa ... Born October 10, 1994 in New York, N.Y. ... Daughter of Joe and Esther Formosa ... Has one sibling Warren Formosa ... Majoring in economics.


#0 Haleigh Fletcher JUNIOR • GOALKEEPER • 5-10 • GASTONIA, N.C./LEES-MCRAE

2015 (Sophomore) Did not see any action in 2015 Lees-McRae Played volleyball at Lees-McRae for coach David Schmidlen … Played in 10 total matches. High School Four-year letterwinner at Hunter Huss High School for coach Mike Pond … Three-year all-conference selection in the Big South Conference … Set the Hunter Huss single-season record for saves … Four-year letterwinner in volleyball, including name three-time All-Conference selection … Lettered four years in swimming, two years in track and one year in basketball. Personal Full name is Haleigh Christine Fletcher … Born on July 12, 1996 … Daughter of Thomas Fletcher and Jennifer Culbertson … Has one sister, Erin … Majoring in pre-kinesiology.


#1 Chloe Buehler SENIOR • DEFENSE • 5-4 • LAS VEGAS, NEV./NEW MEXICO STATE 2014 (Redshirt-Sophomore) Played and started in all 21 games in goal for the Spartans totaling 1,950:29 minutes in goal... had a 1.38 goals against average and totaled 99 saves this season...had a 9-9-3 overall record and 6-2-1 in Southern Conference play... made 43 saves in SoCon action with a 0.66 GAA and .878 save percentage with four complete-game shutouts... had six shutouts on the season and one combined shutout... led the SoCon in goalkeeper minutes and finished the season ranked second in saves per game (4.71)... Was named the NSCAA National Player of the Week and Southern Conference Player of the week Sept. 15 for a 1-0-1 week in which she recorded a 2-0 shutout against NC State for the Spartans first win over an ACC opponent since 2012... she tallied a season-high 11 saves in a 1-1 draw against Elon (Sept. 13) and played a season-high 104:20 minutes in goal in the 3-2 double-overtime loss in the season opener against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21)... finished the season ranked second in the SoCon in shutouts, second in saves, fourth in saves per game and seventh in goals against average 2014 (Redshirt-Freshman) Named to the 2014 Southern Conference All-Freshman team ... Played in 18 games, starting 16 in her first season as a Spartan ... Played 10 complete games, including two overtimes ... Finished with 1,499:32 minutes played and made 87 total saves, good for eighth best in school history ... Earned her first shutout at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Made seven saves at Georgia (Aug. 24) and had 12 saves at West Virginia (Sept. 7) ... Split time earning the start against High Point (Sept. 19) making two saves ... Earned her second shutout against James Madison (Sept. 21) ... Had a career-best 13 saves at Mercer (Sept. 26) in a double-overtime draw ... Picked up her third shutout at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) ... Made nine saves against ETSU (Nov. 2), including a PK stop in the SoCon quarterfinals ... Awarded a SoCon Commissioner’s Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... Made the SoCon honor roll. 2013 (Freshman at Penn State) Redshirted. High School Coached by Jorge Diaz at Perrysburg High ... Four-year starter and earned All-League second team honors in 2012 ... Helped the Yellow Jackets win their first Ohio State Division I State Soccer Championship and finish with a perfect season of 23-0 ... Holds the school record for most individual shutouts in a season (19) as well as most shutouts in a career … Played for the Pacesetter Soccer Club, coached by former Penn State men’s soccer coach Jimmy Walker ... Helped her team win the 2013 State Cup Championship and finish as runner-up in 2010 and 2011. Personal Full name is Chloe Rae Buehler ... Born on May 25, 1995 in Toledo, Ohio ... Parents are Dave and Mary Buehler ... Has one brother, Logan ... Majoring in marketing.


#5 Ashley Hurley JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-6 • NORTHPORT, N.Y./NORTHPORT

2015 (Sophomore) Appeared in four games.. made her first-career appearance at Kentucky (Aug. 28) where she logged 16 minutes... played a season-high 20 minutes against The Citadel (Oct. 18) 2014 (Freshman) Did not see any action during her freshman season ... Made the SoCon honor roll. High School Two-year letterwinner at Northport High School … Played seven seasons of club soccer for Fury in Albertson, N.Y. under club coach Paul Riley and Mike DeMakis ... Made the New York state team and the regional team during her club career. Personal Full name is Ashley Ann Hurley … Born February 9, 1996 in New York … Daughter of Edward Hurley and AnnMarie Collica … Has a sister Jessica … Majoring in consumer, apparel and retail studies.


#12 Hannah Hoeksema JUNIOR • MIDFIELD • 5-10 • AUCKLAND, NZL/AVONDALE COLLEGE

2015 (Sophomore) Played in all 21 games earning 11 starts... two complete games Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21) and Florida State (Sept. 17)... tallied her only assist of the season in a 2-0 victory over Western Carolina (Sept. 25)... finished the season with one assist for one point in 1,164 minutes played 2014 (Freshman) Started 14 of 20 games during her first season at UNCG ... Took 11 shots, including a season high four at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Played five complete games against Charlotte (Aug. 22), at Liberty (Aug. 26), an overtime game versus NC State (Sept. 14), Furman (Oct. 24) and Wofford (Oct. 26) ... Picked up an assist against High Point (Sept. 19) ... Finished with one assist and played 1,456 minutes in the midfield ... Awarded a SoCon Commissioner’s Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... Made the SoCon honor roll. High School Attended Avondale college high school playing multiple sports including lacrosse, cross-country and soccer … Played at the center midfield position earning Most Valuable Player twice and won the highest award at the school named Head Girl of Avondale college in 2012 … Played club soccer with Three Kings United under head coach Andy Clay … Helped the team win the national club knockout cup in 2012 along with UNCG teammates Rebecca Burrows and Georgia Brown … Played for the Glenfield Rovers club team placing second in the Northern Football Federation as a part of the National Women’s Youth League in 2013 … Was called in to participate with the New Zealand women’s under-20 national team in 2012 and 2013. Personal Hannah Esme Hoeksema … Born June 19, 1994 in Auckland, New Zealand … Daughter of Saul and Kirsty Hoeksema … Has two siblings, sister Estner and brother Benjamin ... Majoring in nutrition.


#6 Melanie Spensiero SENIOR • DEFENSE • 5-7 • RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CALIF./SANTA MARGARITA

2015 (Sophomore) Played in all 21 games earning 11 starts... started the last nine games of the season... logged 1,313 minutes of field time with six complete games... made her first career start in the season opener against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21)... took her first career shot against Eastern Kentucky (Aug. 30)... recorded her first career goal in a 3-0 win at Chattanooga (Oct. 9)... scored her second goal of the season against The Citadel (Oct. 18)... finished the season with two goals and four points ... named to the Academic All-SoCon Team. 2014 (Freshman) Played in 11 games, starting five in her first season as a Spartan ... Scored a goal in her collegiate debut against High Point (Sept. 19) ... Made appearances against James Madison (Sept. 21), at Mercer (Sept. 26) ... Made back-to-back starts at The Citadel (Sept. 28) and at VMI (Oct. 5) ... Earned starts at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) and at ETSU (Oct. 19) ... Helped earn shutouts against Chattanooga (Oct. 10) and Western Carolina ... Finished with one goal on one shot and played a total of 519 minutes ... Awarded a SoCon Commissioner’s Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... Made the SoCon honor roll. High School Ranked as a three-star recruit according to TopSoccerDrawer.com after her junior season … Helped her team win the CIF Southern California Southern Section Division I and a CIF state regional semi finalist division II as a senior … Helped her team capture the CIF Southern California Division II regional championship in 2012 … Led her team to three Trinity League titles (2011-13) … First team Trinity League award winner in 2013 … Named Santa Margarita Catholic defensive Player of the Year in 2013 … Earned a 4.0 GPA each semester … Played club soccer for West Coast FC under club coach Doug Swanson … Named team captain of the West Coast FC from 2011-14. Personal Melanie Brooke Spensiero … Born November 13, 1995 in Laguna Hills, Calif. … Daughter of Scott and Linda Spensiero … Has two siblings, Darren and Danielle … Majoring in pre-kinesiology.


#24 Regan Lehman JUNIOR • DEFENSE • 5-8 • WILMINGTON, DEL./PADUA ACADEMY

2015 (Sophomore) Named to the SoCon All-Conference Second Team... Played and started in all 21 games as a defender... played every minute of every game for 1,964 minutes this season... made her first career-appearance and start in a 2-3 double-overtime loss against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21)... was a key component in the Spartans back line that allowed just 1.33 goals against and seven shutouts this season... 2014 (Freshman) Played in 14 games, starting 12 at defender and in the midfield ... Played in four overtime contests ... Posted two full-90 minute games against Charlotte (Aug. 22) and Army (Aug. 29) ... Helped the UNCG defense earn a shutout at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Part of the UNCG defense that shutout High Point (Sept. 19), James Madison (Sept. 21) ... Played a season-high 110-minutes at Mercer (Sept. 26) in a 1-1 double-overtime draw ... Tallied two shots against Furman (Oct. 24) ... Finished with four shots and 971 total minutes. High School A center midfielder from Wilmington, Del., was a four-time all-state award winner, including being selected to the Top-11 team as a junior … Named to the 2014 NSCAA High School Winter-Spring All-America team and the 2014 Delaware Girls high school Soccer Player of the Year ... Led her team also was a three-time state champion and Lehman scored the game-winning goal on a header in double-overtime against rival high school Caesar Rodney as a sophomore in 2012 … Played 11 seasons of club soccer for Delaware Rush in Hockessin, Del. under club coach Mark Hagerty … Was a five-year club captain and an eight-time Delaware state champion … Her team also was a 2011 Region 1 finalist and a 2013 Region 1 semifinalist. Personal Regan Walsh Lehman … Born September 20, 1995 in Newark, Delaware … Daughter of Breck and Michele Lehman … Has two siblings, Schuyler and Peyton … Majoring in pre-kinesiology.


#00 Jamie Phelps SOPHOMORE • GOALKEEPER • 5-8 • SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS/SOUTHLAKE CARROLL

2015 (Freshman) Played in one game logging 13:51 minutes in goal against Chattanooga (Oct. 9) making one save and allowing no goals for a combined 3-0 shutout... High School Played four seasons for Southlake Carroll high school and set a new school record with 40 career shutouts ... Helped her team reach the 5A quarterfinals and was District 4-5A champs after going 23-2-1 in 2014 ... In 2014, Phelps had 18 shutouts which was the third highest in school history and won the AP Scholar award ... Made Academic All-District 4-5A and was the goalkeeper MVP for District 4-5A ... Played club soccer for the prestigious Dallas Texans in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) and was a state finalist in 2013 ... Helped her team become a regional finalist in 2014 and the team finished fourth in the nation at nationals. Personal Jamie Mara Phelps ... Born June 7, 1997 in Dallas, Texas ... Daughter of Steven and Patricia Phelps ... Has two siblings, Regina and Georganne ... Majoring in environmental studies.


#3 Gabbi Charles SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 5-7 • NOBLESVILLE, IND./NOBLESVILLE

2015 (Freshman) Named Southern Conference First Team All-Freshman... Appeared in all 21 games earning 20 starts as a defender... made her first career start at High Point (Aug. 23) where she played a complete game... logged 17 complete games during the season... played 1816 minutes... finished the season with two assists for two points... tallied her first career shot against Elon (Sept. 13)... recorded her first career assist in a 3-1 loss to ETSU (Sept. 27)... notched her second assist against Western Carolina (Oct. 31) in the first round of the SoCon tournament High School Defender from Noblesville, Indiana, played four years varsity for Noblesville High School ... Named to the Hoosier Crossroads All-Conference team ... Ran indoor track as a long jumper, high jumper and ran 400 meters ... Played club soccer for the Indiana Fire Juniors out of the ECNL ... She was a part of 2011 Indiana ODP and helped her club team to the playoffs in 2013-14 in the U-17 champions league ... Made the honor roll in High School and had a 3.91 GPA. Personal Gabrielle Christine Charles ... Born October 23, 1996 in Indianapolis, Indiana ... Daughter of David Charles and Susan Gillard ... Has three siblings in Matt Charles, Danny Charles and Ali Charles ... Undecided on a major.


#9 Dena Cisic SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELD • 5-3 • LAWRENCEVILLE, GA./COLLINS HILL

2015 (Freshman) Played and started in her first career game against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21) in the season opener... played in 19 games earning five starts.. logged a season-high 104 minutes against Loyola-Chicago... took her first career shot against Appalachian State (Sept. 20)... finished the season with 728 total minutes played High School Attacking midfielder from Lawrenceville, Ga., played four years varsity for Collins Hill High School ... Led the team in goals and assists while being named All-County, All-State and made the All-Region team ... According to topdrawersoccer.com she has been rated a four-star recruit ... Played club soccer from 2010 to present with GSA 97 Red and was a State cup finalist in 2010 ... Her team qualified for nationals and was a ECNL U15 A flight champion in 2011-12 ... Her brother Nomis plays men’s soccer for Georgia State. Personal Dena Cisic ... Born September 21, 1996 in Lawrenceville, Ga. ... Daughter of Goran and Irma Cisic ... Has one brother Nomis who plays collegiate soccer at GSU ... Majoring in elementary education.


#26 Caylin Prillaman SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-3 • HIGH POINT, N.Y./WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

2015 (Freshman) Named Southern Conference Freshman of the Year and to the SoCon All-Conference Freshman Team... played in all 21 games earning 12 starts this season... made her career debut against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21) when she earned the start and logged 45 minutes on the field... scored her first career goal against Western Carolina (Sept. 25)... tallied her first multi-point game when she scored the game-winning goal and tallied her first career assist at Chattanooga (Oct. 9)... scored goals in three-consecutive games during SoCon play; Mercer (Oct. 16), The Citadel (Oct. 18) and VMI (Oct. 25)... played a season-high 86 minutes in a 0-0 draw against Furman (Oct. 2)... scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Mercer (Oct. 16)... notched an assist in the SoCon tournament against Western Carolina (Oct. 31) in the first round... finished the season with five goals and two assists for 12 points... ranked second on the team in goals, points and game-winning goals... High School Forward from High Point, N.C., played four years varsity for Wesleyan Christian Academy ... Helped her team win conference championships in 2011 and 2014 ... Named All-State, All-Region and All-Conference during her high school career ... According to topdrawersoccer.com she has been rated a three-star recruit ... Played club soccer for Charlotte Soccer Academy since 2010 ... Attended ODP development training camp in Las Vegas in 2012 and was a 2011 NC State Cup semi-finalist. Personal Caylin Alyle Prillaman ... Born Februrary 26, 1997 in High Point, N.C. ... Daughter of Michael and Cheryl Prillaman ... Has three siblings, Jackson, Logan and Ashton ... Majoring in communication studies.


#4 Lauren Daniels FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-10 • CLAYTON, NC./CLAYTON

High School Earned four varsity letters at Clayton High School... named 4A Greater NEuse River Conference All-Conference as a junior and senior.... Earned All-Region honors as a junior and senior and was named GNRC 2014 Offensive Player of the Year... member of the National Honors Society and Junior Marshall as well as a four-time scholar athlete at CHS Personal Born July 6, 1998... daughter of Chad and Tracey Daniels... has a younger sister named Kayla... her father Chad was a four-year letterwinner at North Carolina in track and cross country... played seven years with the Capital Area Soccer League under head coach Jim Wright where she won the 2012 Hamilton Sportsmanship Award... Helped her CASL team to a 2015 State Cup Final Four, 2011 Kepner State Cup Semifinals and gained international experience at the 20111 Denmark International Tournament

#10 Cienna Rideout FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-7 • HENDERSON, NEV./CORONADO

High School Attended Coronado High School in Henderson, Nev., where she participated in DECA from 2014-16 and served as a tutor for children with Autism Personal Born February 27, 1998... played for the Heat FC in the Elite Club National Soccer League... majoring in Business


#11 Marissa Ferrantino FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • 5-6 • WOODBRIDGE, VA./OSBOURN PARK High School Played at Osbourn Park High School where she earned four varsity letters in soccer... earned All-District four times, All-Region three times, All-State three times and All-Met honors as a junior and senior... Personal Born May 30, 1998... daughter of Michelle Ferrantino... has five siblings; sisters Elisa, Kat and Danielle and brothers Thomas and James... played three years for the McLean Soccer Club of ECNL... undeclared major

#13 Grace Regal FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-5 • ELLICOTT CITY, MD./HOWARD High School Attended Howard High School in Ellicott City, Md., where she was a multi-sport athlete... played three years of varsity soccer where she earned All-County honors in 2015, All-State in 2016 and was selected for the State All-Star Game in 2016... was selected to the 2014 and 2015 Crabdraw High Maryland State High All-Star Game for lacrosse and also lettered in basketball for two seasons at HHS... in 2015 she was the leading scorer for the Lions and helped them to a 2014 Maryland State 4A Runner Up finish after winning the 4A Regional Championships... was a member of the National Honor Society Personal Born August 26, 1998... daughter of Mark and Kara Regal... has two sisters named Sarah and Madeline who plays lacrosse at Manhattan College... played for ASA Azzurri under head coach Kerri Brimmer since 2012... helped her team to back-to-back-to-back State Cup Championships... majoring in Biology


#14 Jess Logue FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 5-6 • ARLINGTON, VA./WAKEFIELD High School Played three years at Wakefield High School where she was a guard on the women’s basketball team and helped her team to a District Championship in 2015 Personal Born December 19, 1997... daughter of Gary and Judy Logue... has one older sister named Rachel... her father Gary was a football player at Salisbury and mother was a swimmer at Frostburg.... played eight years for the Arlington Rowdies Red for Sam Bader... helped the Rowdies Red to the 2015 Jeff Cup Championship and the 2013 Arlington Tournament Title and Disney Tournament Championship... majoring in Interior Architecture

#16 Rebekah McFadden FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • 5-6 • TAMPA, FLA./PLANT High School Played for the Panthers at Plant High School in Tampa, Fla., for head coach Pam Smith... won the team’s Best Offensive Player award from 2013-15 and was twice given the Team Scorer Award... earned All-Hillsborough County Honorable Mention for 2014-15 and was named First Team All-Hillsborough County for 2015-16... was a member of the Beta Honor and National Honor Society.... was on the board for Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) and the Student Advisory Committee... Personal Daughter of Doublas and Deborah McFadden.... has three brothers Sean, Micah and Luke who is a football player at Johns Hopkins... mother was a member of the Arkansas women’s soccer team from 1986-1988... played two years for the West Florida Flames of the ECNL in Brandon, Fla., for head coach Jorge Zavala


#18 Maddie Hoffmann FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 5-6 • ARLINGTON, VA./WAKEFIELD High School Played four years of varisty soccer at Leesville Road High School in Raleigh, N.C., where she earned All-Conference honors four times during her career with the Lions... she was an All-Region selection all four years and was an All-State selection as a sophomore... helped her team to the Cap-8 Championship during both her freshman and sophomore year... was on the A-B honor roll all four years and was the senior editor of the school paper The Mycenaen Personal Born December 3, 1997... daughter of Jeff and Kristin Hoffmann.... has one older sister named Ryan who is a UNCG graduate... her father was a football player at Samford... played 11 years for the Capital Area Soccer League and was on the ECNL team where she helped her team to qualify for nationals in Richmond in 2015

#20 Kaley Tucker FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • 5-6 • LITTLETON, COLO./THUNDER RIDGE High School Played four years at Thunder Ridge High School in Littleton, Colo., where she was an All-Continental League selection as a freshman and sophomore... earened First Team Academic All-State honors for 2014-15 and ws the teams top scorer when she was a starting freshman on the varsity squad... helped the Grizzlies to the 2014-15 5A State Semifinals.... Personal Born April 24, 1998... daughter of Chris and Michele Tucker... has two siblings a bother Zach and a sister Sydney... played 12 years and was captain of the Colorado United U16/U18 Select Team and helped her team (Westminister U16 Samba) to the 2014 Farwest Regional Championships... spent two seasons with Real Colorado of the ECNL where she played for Scott Dedydker... with the ECNL she helped her team to the 2014-15 playoffs in the Champions League and the U17 National Finals and in 2015-16 played in the U18 Champions League... majoring in communications


#23 Megan Linde FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-3 • MILOTHIAN, VA./MONOCAN High School Attended Monacan High School in North Chesterfield, Va., where she was a two-time All-District honorree for the Chiefs... she earned All-Region First Team and All-State Second Team accolades as a junior and was named both captain and team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior... also was a member of the track team during her junior season... was Senior Class Vice President and was a member of the Leadership Council, Tribe Council, Junior Class Council, TRIBE club, National Beta Club and the Spanish National Honor Society Personal Born January 19, 1998... daughter of Christopher Linde and Laura Amory... has two siblings Manning and Mia... played 11 years with FC Richmond and was a member of the Select Team that traveled to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, in 2014

#27 Ashton Duty FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 5-5 • WAXHAW, N.C./CUTHBERTSON High School Played four years of varsity soccer at Cuthbertson High School in Waxhaw, N.C., where she earned All-Conference honors as a junior and All-Region accolades as a freshman and junior... led the team in assists during her freshman and junior seasons... helped the Cavaliers to a 3A State Semifinalist appearence back-to-back seasons (2014, 2015) and a second place finish in the Southern Carolina Conference those same years... helped CHS to a Rocky River Conference Championship in 2013... was a multi-sport athlete also participating in indoor and outdoor track as s senior and qualified for the 2016 Indoor State Track Championships... was in the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Honor Society and was on the A Honor Roll all four years... volunteered her time at the Special Olympics Personal Born April 27, 1998... daughter of Blake and Dawn Duty... has four siblings, Aubryn, Andrew, Alexis and Aimee... played club for the Charlotte Soccer Academy for seven years for Dan Dudly and Philliip Poole... led the CSA ECNL in assists and was captain from 2011-16... majoring in Kinesiology


#28 Emily Stump FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 5-8 • WYOMISSING, PA./WYOMISSING High School Attended Wyomissing High School where she was a four-year letterwinner and three-year captain for the Spartans... was named All-County three times and All-Division as a junior... led the county in assists with 17 and had 15 goals as a sophomore... helped her team to a County Championship game and a 2015 Division Championship... played varsity lacrosse as a freshman and was on the swimmming team as a junior... member of the Latin Club, WyoSlive, Service Club, Spanish Club, and servedas Senator of the Latin Club... was sophmore class secretary, class prothonotary and a member of Little Spartan, Big Spartan... Personal Born August 26, 1997... daughter of Jerry Stump and Catrina Schrufer and Stepdad Matt Schrufer... has an older sister named Hannah and three step-siblings Meredith, Lauren and Matthew Schrufer... played 11 years for FC Revolution in Reading, Pa.,... was a member of the Eastern PA ODP U-15 and U-17 teams... was a starting defender for her ODP team helped the U-17 squad to an Eastern PA Regional Championship... undecided major

#30 Grace Kennedy FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • 5-9 • FUQUAY-VARINA, N.C./MIDDLE CREEK High School Played four years at Middle Creek High School in Apex, N.C., playing as a midfielder and centerback for the Mustangs... she earned Second Team All-SWAC honors... was a four-time academic all-conference recipient Personal Born February 19, 1998... daughter of Tod and Chris Kennedy... has one older sister named Sarah... played four years for the Triangle Futbol Club Alliance under coach Stephen Glass where she helped her team to the 2013 Disney Showcase Championship... TFCA on the 2014-15 Premier Division Championship as well as the 2015 State Championship and 2015 Greensboro Labor Day Shoot Championship... has competed with the U-20 Super Y Team... majoring in Speech Pathology


2016 Women’s Soccer Schedule Date Opponent Aug. 19 HIGH POINT Aug. 21 TENNEESEE TECH Aug. 26 Elon Aug. 28 WAKE FOREST Sep. 02 Army Sept. 04 Hofstra Sept. 08 LIBERTY Sept. 11 WILLIAM & MARY Sept. 15 South Carolina Sept. 18 East Carolina Sept. 25 VMI * Sept. 30 WOFFORD * Oct. 02 FURMAN * Oct. 07 ETSU * Oct. 09 Western Carolina * Oct. 14 The Citadel * Oct. 16 Mercer * Oct. 21 SAMFORD * Oct. 23 CHATTANOOGA * Oct. 26 SoCon First Round Oct. 29/30 SoCon Quarterfinals Nov. 04 SoCon Semifinals Nov. 06 SoCon Championship

Location GREENSBORO, N.C. GREENSBORO, N.C. Elon, N.C. GREENSBORO, N.C. West Point, N.C. West Point, N.Y. GREENSBORO, N.C. GREENSBORO, N.C. at Columbia, S.C. at Greenville, N.C. at Lexington, Va. GREENSBORO, N.C. GREENSBORO, N.C. at Johnson City, Tenn. at Cullowhee, N.C. at Charleston, S.C. at Macon, Ga. GREENSBORO, N.C. GREENSBORO, N.C. TBD TBD Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City, Tenn.

* Southern Conference matches All times Eastern

Time 7 PM 1 PM 7 PM 4 PM 5 PM 11:30 AM 7 PM 2 PM 6 PM 2 PM 1 PM 7 PM 2 PM 7 PM 2 PM 3 PM 2 PM 7 PM 2 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA


The Southern Conference The Southern Conference, which began its 94th season of intercollegiate competition in 2014-15, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 10 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are The Citadel, ETSU, Furman, Mercer, UNCG, Samford, Chattanooga, VMI, Western Carolina and Wofford. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on January 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda which has improved competition, upgraded compliance-related matters, launched the conference’s Hall of Fame and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 2001-2005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C., to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts.


2015 Women’s Soccer Review


HONORS

NATIONAL

NSCAA All-American 1989 Tracie Foels 1996 Ali Lord

First Team Third Team

NSCAA Scholar All-American 2009 Lauren Lopez Third Team 2010 Kelsey Kearney Third Team Soccer Buzz All-American 1996 Ali Lord Third Team 1997 Kati Kantanen Third Team Top Drawer Soccer All-American 2005 Amy Carnell Fourth Team Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-American 2009 Lauren Lopez Second Team Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American 1996 Heather Bernard Third Team 1997 Lynsey McLean Third Team CoSIDA Academic All-American 1990 Heather Duryea Third Team 1991 Heather Duryea Second Team Laura Mussulman Third Team Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award nominee (30 nationally) 2009 Lauren Lopez 2011 Kelsey Kearny Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award finalist (10 nationally) 2009 Lauren Lopez NSCAA Coach of the Year 1990 Jack Poland NSCAA Team Academic Award 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week 2005 Amy Carnell (Nov. 1) 2006 Shannon Donovan (Nov. 7) 2007 Kristin Player (Sept. 5) CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer 2009 Kelsey Kearney (Sept. 1) 2010 Lauren Hein (Aug. 31) 2011 Kristin Player (Oct. 10) 2012 Jamie Simmons (Aug. 28) 2012 Katherine Rodriguez (Oct. 24)

REGION/DISTRICT/STATE NSCAA All-Region 1988 Tracie Foels First Team Laura Mussulman First Team Julie Carson Second Team Heather Duryea Hon. Mention Meghan Guarnotta Hon.

Mention Lisa Leisten Hon. Mention 1989 Tracie Foels First Team Jill Adams Second Team Kara Lee Second Team Laura Mussulman Second Team Lisa O’Brien Second Team 1990 Caroline Coberth First Team Heather Duryea First Team Tracie Foels First Team Lisa Leisten First Team Laura Mussulman First Team Meghan Guarnotta Second Team Kerry Powell Second Team 1991 Tracie Foels Second Team 1993 Joy Scott Third Team 1995 Kati Kantanen First Team Joy Scott Second Team 1996 Ali Lord First Team Joy Scott Third Team 1997 Kati Kantanen Second Team Ali Lord Second Team Danica Baker Third Team Raila Maisonlahti Third Team 1998 Ali Lord First Team Danica Baker Third Team 2000 Lynsey McLean First Team 2001 Lynsey McLean Second Team 2003 Rakel Logadóttir Third Team 2004 Rakel Logadóttir Second Team 2006 Shannon Donovan Third Team 2007 Jamie Corti Third Team 2009 Lauren Lopez Second Team Tabitha Padgett Third Team 2010 Kelsey Kearney Second Team Cat Barnekow Second Team Tabitha Padgett Second Team Jenn Partenheimer Third Team Soccer Buzz All-Region 1996 Ali Lord Second Team Raila Maisonlahti Second Team Joy Scott Second Team Kati Kantanen Third Team 1997 Danica Baker Second Team Kati Kantangen Second Team Raila Maisonlahti Second Team Ali Lord Third Team 1998 Ali Lord First Team 2000 Lynsey McLean Second Team Kathryn Clewley Third Team 2001 Kathryn Clewley Second Team Lynsey McLean Second Team 2003 Rakel Logadóttir Second Team 2004 Rakel Logadóttir Second Team 2005 Shannon Donovan Third Team 2006 Shannon Donovan Second Team Deven Beachum Third Team 2007 Jamie Corti Third Team 2008 Katelynn Donovan Third Team Lauren Lopez Third Team Soccer Buzz Region All-Freshman 2003 Shannon Donovan 2004 Karla Davis 2006 Jen Bronson 2007 Kristin Player NSCAA Region Coach of the Year 1996 Jack Poland 2010 Eddie Radwanski NSCAA Scholar All-Region 2006 Deven Beachum Hon. Mention 2007 Katherine Ryan Second Team

2008 2009 2010

Lauren Lopez Third Team Jen Bronson Third Team Lauren Lopez Second Team Jenn Partenheimer Third Team Kelsey Kearney First Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District III 2001 Jill Barrett Megan Bynum Kathryn Clewley 2004 Jaime Ableman Second Team 2006 Deven Beachum Third Team 2007 Katherine Ryan Third Team 2008 Kelly Attayek Third Team 2009 Kelly Attayek Second Team Lauren Lopez Second Team NCCSIA All-State 2003 Shannon Donovan Rakel Logadóttir 2004 Shannon Donovan Rakel Logadóttir Amy Carnell 2006 Shannon Donovan Jennifer Bronson Deven Beachum 2007 Jamie Corti Karla Davis Kristin Player 2008 Kelsey Kearney Katelynn Donovan 2009 Lauren Lopez Jenn Partenheimer Tabitha Padgett 2010 Kelsey Kearney Katie Evans Cat Barnekow Jenn Partenheimer Kristen Schmidbauer Tabitha Padgett 2011 Kirsten Player Karin Sendel 2012 Cat Barnekow Karin Sendel 2013 Jamie Simmons Chesney White Georgia Brown Rebecca Burrows 2014 Georgia Brown Rebecca Burrows Chesney White Ashley Stokes

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Player of the Year 1997 Kati Kantanen 1998 Ali Lord 2001 Lynsey McLean 2004 Amy Carnell 2006 Shannon Donovan 2008 Katelynn Donovan 2009 Tabitha Padgett Freshman of the Year 1997 Lynsey McLean 2003 Shannon Donovan 2004 Karla Davis 2006 Jen Bronson 2007 Kristin Player 2009 Tabitha Padgett Coach of the Year 1997 Jack Poland 2006 Eddie Radwanski 2007 Eddie Radwanski 2008 Eddie Radwanski

Coleman Lew Leadership Award 2006-07 Karla Davis 2009-10 Jenn Partenheimer 2010-11 Kelsey Kearney All-Southern Conference 1997 Danica Baker First Team Shannon Carey First Team Paula Domitrovits First Team Kati Kantanen First Team Ali Lord First Team Raila Maisonlahti First Team Lynsey McLean First Team 1998 Danica Baker First Team Paula Domitrovits First Team Ali Lord First Team Pa’tra Glavin Second Team Lynsey McLean Second Team 1999 Kathryn Clewley Second Team Jennifer Kennedy Second Team 2000 Kathryn Clewley First Team Lynsey McLean First Team Rebecca Shivers First Team Jennifer Kennedy Second Team 2001 Kathryn Clewley First Team Jennifer Kennedy First Team Lynsey McLean First Team Kate Dylag Second Team 2002 Rakel Logadóttir First Team Cara Hammond Second Team 2003 Rakel Logadóttir First Team Amy Carnell Second Team Cara Hammond Second Team 2004 Amy Carnell First Team Rakel Logadóttir First Team Shannon Donovan First Team Deven Beachum Second Team Nicollette DeLaine Second Team 2005 Amy Carnell First Team Shannon Donovan First Team Cara Hammond First Team Deven Beachum Second Team Tyson Davis Second Team Nicollette DeLaine Second Team 2006 Deven Beachum First Team Karla Davis First Team Jessica Patterson First Team Shannon Donovan First Team Kelly Attayek Second Team Katherine Ryan Second Team 2007 Kristin Player First Team Kelly Attayek First Team Karla Davis First Team Jen Bronson First Team Jamie Corti First Team Katherine Ryan First Team Lauren Lopez Second Team 2008 Katelynn Donovan First Team Jen Bronson First Team Jamie Corti First Team Lauren Lopez First Team Kelsey Kearney First Team Nicole Danford Second Team 2009 Tabitha Padgett First Team Jen Bronson First Team Jenn Partenheimer First Team Lauren Lopez First Team Kristin Player Second Team Cat Barnekow Second Team Kelsey Kearney Second Team 2010 Tabitha Padgett First Team Cat Barnekow First Team Jenn Partenheimer First Team Katie Evans First Team


Team 2011 Team 2012 Team 2013 2014

Kelsey Kearney First Team Kristen Schmidbauer Second Kristin Player First Team Karin Sendel Second Team Steph. Partenheimer Second Kelsey Kearney Second Team Cat Barnekow First Team Lauren Hein Second Team Karin Sendel Second Team Steph. Partenheimer Second Jamie Simmons Second Team Georgia Brown Second Team Chesney White Second Team Chesney White First Team Rebecca Burrows Second Team Georgia Brown Second Team

All-Freshman 2008 Kelsey Kearney Nicole Danford 2009 Tabitha Padgett Lauren Hein 2010 Morgan Kennedy Kristen Schmidbauer Stine Schoening 2011 Ashley Stokes 2012 Jamie Simmons Chesney White Katherine Rodriguez 2013 Georgia Brown Rebecca Burrows 2014 Chole Buehler Academic All-Southern Conference 2003 Jaime Ableman Dacia Beachum Cheryl Stewart 2004 Jaime Ableman Dacia Beachum Deven Beachum Karla Davis Nicollete DeLaine Skye Dregalla Cara Hammond Jessie Jay Megen Kepley Carolyn Lindsay Rakel Logadóttir Kelly Murphy Jessica Patterson Katherine Ryan Mary Kate Towne Amanda Zimmerman 2005 Dacia Beachum Nicollette DeLaine Karla Davis Mary Kate Towne Deven Beachum Amanda Zimmerman Megan Kepley Carolyn Lindsay 2006 Katherine Ryan Megan Kepley Becca Voss Carolyn Lindsay Jessie Jay Jessica Patterson Karla Davis Deven Beachum 2007 Kelly Attayek Karla Davis Lauren Lopez Jessica Patterson Katherine Ryan Mary Kate Towne Jen Bronson Heather Mitrisin 2008 Mary Kate Towne

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Carolin Feierabend Heather Mitrisin Kelly Attayek Jen Bronson Lauren Lopez Lauren Lopez Nicole Danford Kelsey Kearney Kelly Attayek Casey Godwin Heather Mitrisin Jenn Partenheimer Jenn Partenheimer Cat Barnekow Nicole Danford Jaimey Etten Casey Godwin Kelsey Kearney Stephanie Partenheimer Katie Durst Jessi Gulledge Lauren Hein Lauren Lover Nicole Danford Kelsey Kearney Casey Godwin Stephanie Partenheimer Kaytee O’Brien Jaimey Etten Lauren Hein Tinna Bergsthorsdottir Lauren Hein Lauren Lover Stephanie Partenheimer Karin Sendel Ashley Stokes Ashley Eddleman Zoe Fishman Lauren Lover Jamie Simmons Ashley Stokes Chesney White Ashley Eddleman Nicole Epstein Zoe Fishman Ashley Stokes Alexis Thomas Chesney White

All-Tournament 1997 Danica Baker Kati Kantanen Ali Lord Kim Rosenberg 1998 Danica Baker Kathryn Clewley Ali Lord Jenny Moore 2000 Kathryn Clewley Lynsey McLean Jenny Moore Meredith Seawell 2001 Kathryn Clewley Lynsey McLean Kara Mirarchi Rebecca Shivers 2002 Jennifer Kennedy Rakel Logadóttir 2003 Amy Carnell Shannon Donovan Rakel Logadóttir Jennifer Stillman 2004 Nicollette DeLaine Rakel Logadóttir 2005 Dacia Beachum Tyson Davis 2006 Katherine Ryan Deven Beachum Leigh Riordon Jamie Corti 2007 Mary Kate Towne

2008 2009 2010

Leigh Riordon Katelynn Donovan Kelsey Kearney Lauren Lopez Mary Kate Towne Jen Bronson Lauren Lopez Lauren Hein Morgan Kennedy Jenn Partenheimer Kelsey Kearney

Tournament MVP 1997 Kim Rosenberg 1998 Ali Lord 2000 Lynsey McLean 2001 Kathryn Clewley 2003 Rakel Logadóttir 2006 Shannon Donovan 2010 Kelsey Kearney Player of the Week 1997 Ali Lord (Week 2, Week 5) Kati Kantanen (Week 3) 1998 Ali Lord (Week 2, Week 8) Jenny Moore (Week 3) 1999 Jenny Moore (Week 2) 2000 Kathryn Clewly (Oct. 16) 2001 Kate Dylag (Oct. 30) 2002 Cara Hammond (Sept. 17) Rakel Logadóttir (Nov. 5) 2003 Rakel Logadóttir (Sept. 2) Jennifer Stillman (Oct. 21) 2004 Amy Carnell (Oct. 26) 2005 Jennifer Stillman (Oct. 4) Amy Carnell (Nov. 1) 2006 Shannon Donovan (Oct. 17) 2007 Kristin Player (Sept. 4) Kelly Attayek (Oct. 23) 2008 Kelsey Kearney (Sept. 16, Oct. 14) 2009 Lauren Hein (Sept. 22) 2010 Kelsey Kearney (Aug. 31) Tabitha Padgett (Oct. 5) 2011 Kristin Player (Sept. 27, Oct. 11) 2012 Jamie Simmons (Aug. 21, Oct. 9) Katherine Rodriguez (Oct. 24) 2014 Chesney White (Sept. 23) Player of the Month 2004 Deven Beachum (October) 2006 Shannon Donovan (November) 2007 Kelly Attayek (October) 2008 Katelynn Donovan (October) 2012 Jamie Simmons (November) 2014 Chesney White (September) Student-Athlete of the Week 2007 Kelly Attayek (Oct. 24) 2012 Lauren Hein (Oct. 3) 2014 Chesney White (Sept. 4) Student-Athlete of the Month 2007 Kelly Attayek (October) 2012 Jamie Simmons (November)

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Player of the Year 1994 Penny Rich 1996 Ali Lord Rookie of the Year 1994 Raila Maisonlahti 1995 Kati Kantanen Coach of the Year 1994 Jack Poland 1996 Jack Poland Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1994 Brandy Palmer

All-Big South Conference 1993 Caroline Coberth First Team Kerry Powell First Team Liz Wedemeyer First Team Susie Williams First Team Heather Bridgewater Second Team Brandy Palmer Second Team Joy Scott Second Team 1994 Liza Levine First Team Brandy Palmer First Team Penny Rich First Team Joy Scott First Team Stephanie Guy Second Team Susie Williams Second Team 1995 Kati Kantanen First Team Raila Maisonlahti First Team Joy Scott First Team Liz Wedemeyer First Team Susie Williams First Team Amy Gray Second Team Ali Lord Second Team Margaret Malloy Second Team Sanna Råsånen Second Team Penny Rich Second Team 1996 Danica Baker First Team Kati Kantanen First Team Ali Lord First Team Raila Maisonlahti First Team Joy Scott First Team Paula Domitrovitz Second Team Kelly Merriss Second Team Academic All-Big South Conference 1996 Kati Kantanen All-Tournament 1993 Liz Wedemeyer 1994 Raila Maisonlahti Margaret Malloy Penny Rich Susie Williams 1995 Shannon Carey Kati Kantanen Raila Maisonlahti Margaret Malloy Sanna Rasanen Liz Wedemeyer Susie Williams 1996 Shannon Carey Stephanie Dearlove Paula Domitrovits Ali Lord Kim Rosenberg Tournament MVP 1994 Margaret Malloy 1996 Raila Maisonlahti Player of the Week 1993 Joy Scott (Oct. 9) Kerry Powell (Oct. 24) 1994 Stephanie Guy (Sept. 24) Joy Scott (Oct. 8) 1995 Amy Gray (Sept. 24) Ali Lord (Oct. 15) 1996 Ali Lord (Sept. 8, Sept. 28, Oct. 6, Oct. 20) Danica Baker (Sept. 15, Sept. 21) Kati Kantanen (Oct. 12)


SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Goals

Player Year G 1. Ali Lord ............................... 1996.......................... 26 2. Ali Lord................................ 1997.......................... 24 Kati Kantanen...................... 1997.......................... 24 4. Ali Lord................................ 1998.......................... 22 5. Kerry Powell........................ 1990.......................... 15 Kerry Powell........................ 1992.......................... 15 Kerry Powell........................ 1993.......................... 15 Chesney White....................2014......................... 15 9. Jenny Moore........................ 1998.......................... 14 Kate Dylag............................ 2001.......................... 14 11. Heather Duryea................... 1988.......................... 12 Kara Lee............................... 1989.......................... 12 Kati Kantanen...................... 1996.......................... 12 Deven Beachum.................. 2004.......................... 12 Katelynn Donovan.............. 2008.......................... 12 16. Heather Duryea................... 1990.......................... 11 Kati Kantanen...................... 1995.......................... 11 Amy Carnell........................ 2004.......................... 11

Assists

1. 2. 3. 4.

Player Year A Kati Kantanen...................... 1997.......................... 20 Rakel Logadรณttir.................. 2004.......................... 15 Cat Barnekow...................... 2010.......................... 14 Rakel Logadรณttir.................. 2002.......................... 13

5. Rakel Logadรณttir...............2003........................ 12 Ali Lord................................ 1996.......................... 12 7. Meghan Guarnotta.............. 1988.......................... 11 Nicollette DeLaine.............. 2004.......................... 11 Nicollette DeLaine.............. 2005.......................... 11 Kelly Attayek........................ 2008.......................... 11 11. Shannon Carey.................... 1997.......................... 10 Kati Kantanen...................... 1996.......................... 10 13. Cara Hammond.................. 2002.............................9 Amy Carnell........................ 2005.............................9 Shannon Donovan.............. 2006.............................9 Karla Davis........................... 2006.............................9

RAKEL LOGADOTTIR

Points

Player

Year G-A Pts 1. Kati Kantanen...................... 1997......... 24-20....... 68 2. Ali Lord................................ 1996......... 26-12....... 64 3. Ali Lord................................ 1997......... 24-8......... 56 4. Ali Lord................................ 1998......... 22-6......... 50 5. Chesney White....................2014.........15-7......... 37 6. Jenny Moore........................ 1998......... 14-8......... 36 Kerry Powell........................ 1993......... 15-6......... 36 8. Kate Dylag............................ 2001......... 14-7......... 35 9. Kati Kantanen...................... 1996......... 12-10....... 34 Kerry Powell........................ 1990......... 15-4......... 34 11. Kerry Powell........................ 1992......... 14-3......... 33 12. Rakel Logadottir.................. 2003......... 9-12......... 30 Deven Beachum.................. 2004......... 12-6......... 30 14. Cara Hammond.................. 2002......... 10-9......... 29 15. Danica Baker....................... 1997......... 10-8......... 28 Katelynn Donovan.............. 2008......... 12-4......... 28

Shots

Player Year Shots 1. Ali Lord................................ 1998........................ 104 2. Ali Lord................................ 1996........................ 101 3. Ali Lord................................ 1997.......................... 91 4. Kati Kantanen...................... 1997.......................... 85 5. Jenny Moore........................ 1999.......................... 86 6. Chesney White....................2014......................... 83 7. Rakel Logadottir.................. 2002.......................... 80 8. Kerry Powell........................ 1993.......................... 77 9. Kara Lee............................... 1989.......................... 72 10. Rakel Logadottir.................. 2001.......................... 69 11. Penny Rich........................... 1994.......................... 67 12. Cara Hammond.................. 2002.......................... 65 13. Rakel Logadottir.................. 2003.......................... 64 14. Jenn Partenheimer.............. 2010.......................... 63

Saves

Player Year Svs 1. Jennifer Stillman................. 2003........................ 110 2. Katherine Ryan.................... 2006........................ 108 3. Kathryn Clewley................. 2001........................ 101 4. Jamie Simmons ................... 2012.......................... 97 4. Jamie Simmons.................... 2013.......................... 97 5. Kathryn Clewley................. 2000.......................... 94 6. Laura Mussulman............... 1989.......................... 91 7. Kathryn Clewley................. 1999.......................... 90 8. Katherine Ryan.................... 2007.......................... 84 9. Laura Mussulman............... 1988.......................... 81 10. Laura Mussulman............... 1990.......................... 80 11. Jennifer Stillman................. 2002.......................... 73 12. Paula Domitrovits............... 1996.......................... 69 Paula Domitrovits............... 1997.......................... 69 14. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2011.......................... 68

Goals Against Average (min. 1,000 minutes)

Player Year GAA 1. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2008....................... 0.48 2. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2010....................... 0.55 3. Jennifer Stillman................. 2004....................... 0.74 4. Jamie Simmons.................... 2013....................... 0.77 5. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2009....................... 0.80 6. Kathryn Clewley................. 2000....................... 0.84 7. Katherine Ryan.................... 2006....................... 0.90 8. Jennifer Stillman................. 2005....................... 0.91 9. Laura Mussulman............... 1990....................... 0.94 10. Heather Bridgewater........... 1993....................... 0.99 11. Katherine Ryan.................... 2007....................... 1.00 12. Jamie Simmons ................... 2012....................... 1.05 13. Laura Mussulman............... 1991....................... 1.15 Jennifer Stillman................. 2003....................... 1.15 14. Paula Domitrovits............... 1997....................... 1.16

KATHRYN CLEWLEY Shutouts

Player Year Sho 1. Paula Domitrovits............... 1997.......................... 12 Kelsey Kearney.................... 2010.......................... 12 3. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2008.......................... 11 4. Katherine Ryan.................... 2007.......................... 10 Jennifer Stillman................. 2003.......................... 10 6. Kathryn Clewley................. 2000.............................9 Jamie Simmons.................... 2013.............................9 7. Kathryn Clewley................. 2001.............................8 Katherine Ryan.................... 2006.............................8 Kelsey Kearney.................... 2009.............................8 Jamie Simmons ................... 2012.............................8 10. Laura Mussulman............... 1990.............................7 Laura Mussulman............... 1991.............................7 Jennifer Stillman................. 2004.............................7 Jennifer Stillman................. 2005.............................7 14. Laura Mussulman............... 1989.............................6 Paula Domitrovits............... 1995.............................6

Goalkeeper Minutes

Player Year Min. 1. Jennifer Stillman................. 2003................ 2,190:59 2. Paula Domitrovits............... 1997................ 2,178:26 3. Kathryn Clewley................. 2001................ 2,109:53 4. Katherine Ryan.................... 2006................ 2,092:09 5. Paula Domitrovits............... 1996................ 1,973:00 6. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2010................ 1,952:07 7. Jamie Simmons.................... 2013................ 1,858:07 7. Kim Burnette....................... 1994................ 1,796:57 8. Jamie Simmons.................... 2012................ 1,795:02 9. Kathryn Clewley................. 2000................ 1,715:54 10. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2008................ 1,682:34 11. Kelsey Kearney.................... 2009................ 1,678:31 12. Katherine Ryan.................... 2007................ 1,624:16 13. Kelsey Kearney..................... 2011................ 1,608:32 14. Jennifer Stillman................. 2005................ 1,583:08 15. Paula Domitrovits............... 1995................ 1,575:00


CAREER RECORDS Goals

Player Years G 1. Ali Lord............................... 1995-98...................... 78 2. Kerry Powell....................... 1990-93...................... 53 3. Kati Kantanen..................... 1995-97...................... 47 4. Amy Carnell....................... 2002-05...................... 35 5. Heather Duryea.................. 1988-91...................... 32 6. Kristin Player...................... 2007-11...................... 31 7. Jenny Moore....................... 1997-00...................... 29 8. Megan Bynum.................... 1998-01...................... 26 Deven Beachum................. 2003-06...................... 26 Chesney White...................2012-pres.................. 26 11. Rakel Logadóttir................. 2001-04...................... 25 Cara Hammond................. 2005-05...................... 25 13. Penny Rich.......................... 1992-95...................... 23 14. Stephanie Guy.................... 1991-94...................... 22 Kate Dylag........................... 1998-01...................... 22 16. Lisa Leisten......................... 1988-91...................... 21 Danica Baker...................... 1995-98...................... 21 Kelly Attayek....................... 2006-09...................... 21

Assists

Player Years A 1. Rakel Logadóttir................. 2001-04...................... 44 2. Kati Kantanen..................... 1995-97...................... 35 3. Ali Lord............................... 1995-98...................... 29 Meghan Guarnotta............. 1988-91...................... 29 5. Kristen Player..................... 2007-11...................... 24 6. Nicollette DeLaine............. 2002-05...................... 23 Kelly Attayek....................... 2006-09...................... 23 Cat Barnekow..................... 2009-12...................... 23 8. Shannon Donovan............. 2003-06...................... 22 9. Danica Baker...................... 1995-98...................... 20 Caroline Coberth............... 1990-93...................... 20 11. Shannon Carey................... 1994-97...................... 19 Amy Carnell....................... 2002-05...................... 19 Karla Davis.......................... 2004-07...................... 19 14. Pa’tra Glavin........................ 1997-00...................... 18 Joy Scott............................... 1993-96...................... 18

Points

Player Years G-A Pts. 1. Ali Lord.......................1995-98......... 78-29......... 185 2. Kati Kantanen.............1995-97......... 47-35......... 129 3. Kerry Powell...............1990-93......... 53-15......... 121 4. Rakel Logadóttir.........2001-04......... 25-44........... 94 5. Amy Carnell...............2002-05......... 35-19........... 89 6. Kristin Player..............2007-11......... 31-24........... 88 7. Heather Duryea..........1988-91......... 32-11........... 75 8. Jenny Moore...............1997-00......... 29-15........... 73 9. Deven Beachum.........2003-06......... 26-14........... 66 10. Kelly Attayek...............2006-09......... 21-23........... 65 11. Megan Bynum............1998-01......... 26-10........... 62 Danica Baker..............1995-98......... 21-20........... 62 Cara Hammond.........2002-05......... 25-12........... 62 14. Chesney White............2012-pres.......26-9............ 61 14. Meghan Guarnotta.....1988-91......... 15-29........... 59 15. Stephanie Guy............1991-94......... 22-14........... 58 Penny Rich..................1992-95......... 23-12........... 58

Career Matches Played

Player Years MP 1. Lynsey McLean................... 1997-01...................... 94 2. Ali Lord............................... 1995-98...................... 89 Kate Dylag........................... 1998-01...................... 89 Megan Bynum.................... 1998-01...................... 89 5. Jenny Moore....................... 1997-00...................... 88 Jen Bronson........................ 2006-09...................... 88 Heather Mitrisin................ 2005-09...................... 88 8. Kelly Attayek....................... 2006-09...................... 87 Katie Evans.......................... 2007-10...................... 87 10. Rakel Logadóttir................. 2001-04...................... 86 Shannon Carey................... 1994-97...................... 86 12. Dacia Beachum.................. 2002-05...................... 84 Deven Beachum................. 2003-06...................... 84 Lauren Lopez...................... 2006-09...................... 84 Leigh Riordon..................... 2006-09...................... 84

Career Matches Started

Player Years MS 1. Lynsey McLean................... 1997-01...................... 93 2. Jen Bronson........................ 2006-09...................... 88 3. Raila Maisonlahti............... 1994-97...................... 85 4. Rakel Logadóttir................. 2001-04...................... 84 5. Lauren Lopez...................... 2006-09...................... 83 6. Kristy Bell............................ 1997-00...................... 80 Ali Lord............................... 1995-98...................... 80 Jennifer Kennedy............... 1999-02...................... 80 9. Shannon Donovan............. 2003-06...................... 78 Kate Dylag........................... 1998-01...................... 78 Jenn Partenheimer............. 2007-10...................... 78 12. Kelsey Kearney................... 2008-11...................... 77 13. Caroline Coberth............... 1990-93...................... 76 14. Paula Domitrovits.............. 1995-98...................... 74 15. Tracie Foels......................... 1988-91...................... 73 Deven Beachum................. 2003-06...................... 73

Saves

Player Years Svs 1. Kathryn Clewley............1998-01........................ 347 2. Jennifer Stillman............2002-05........................ 308 3. Laura Mussulman..........1988-91........................ 301 4. Kelsey Kearney...............2008-11........................ 254 5. Paula Domitrovits..........1995-98........................ 229 6. Jamie Simmons ..............2012-13........................ 194 7. Katherine Ryan...............2004-07........................ 190 8. Heather Bridgewater......1992-93........................ 104 9. Angie Rudy.....................1998-02.......................... 84 10. Kim Burnette..................1993-94.......................... 75

JENNIFER STILLMAN

AMY CARNELL Goals Against Average

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

Player Years GAA Kelsey Kearney...............2008-11....................... 0.87 Kelly Hobbs.....................1989-92....................... 0.90 Katherine Ryan...............2004-07....................... 0.90 Jamie Simmons...............2012-13....................... 0.91 Kim Burnette..................1993-94....................... 1.19 Jennifer Stillman............2002-05....................... 1.19 Heather Bridgewater......1992-93....................... 1.28 Laura Mussulman..........1988-91....................... 1.30 Paula Domitrovits..........1995-98....................... 1.33 Kathryn Clewley............1998-01....................... 1.42

Goalkeeper Minutes Played

Player Years Min. 1. Kelsey Kearney...............2008-11................ 6,921:44 2. Kathryn Clewley............1998-01................ 6,653:25 3. Paula Domitrovits..........1995-98................ 6,624:38 4. Jennifer Stillman............2002-05................ 6,261:24 5. Laura Mussulman..........1988-91................ 5,175:00 6. Katherine Ryan...............2004-07................ 3,880:43 7. Jamie Simmons...............2012-13................ 3,653:09 8. Heather Bridgewater......1992-93................ 2,385:07 9. Kim Burnette..................1993-94................ 2,259:10 10. Angie Rudy.....................1998-02................ 1,517:11

Shutouts

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

Player Years Sho Kelsey Kearney...............2008-11.......................... 34 Jennifer Stillman............2002-05.......................... 25 Kathryn Clewley............1998-01.......................... 21 Paula Domitrovits..........1995-98.......................... 20 Katherine Ryan...............2004-07.......................... 19 Laura Mussulman..........1988-91.......................... 18 Jamie Simmons...............2012-13.......................... 17 Heather Bridgewater......1992-93.............................6 Kim Burnette..................1993-94.............................6


MATCH/TEAM SEASON RECORDS Team Season Records

Most wins......................................................19 (1997, 2010) Most losses....................................................12 (1999, 2002) Most ties..................................................................... 4 (2013) Fewest wins..................................................... 8 (1999, 2011) Fewest losses.............................................................. 2 (2010) Most games played................................................. 25 (1997) Fewest games played....................................17 (1988, 1989) Longest winning streak.......................................... 16 (2010) Longest unbeaten streak........................................ 16 (2010) Longest losing streak................................................ 7 (2002) Most home victories............................................... 12 (1996) Fewest home losses................................................... 0 (2010) Most away victories.................................................. 8 (1997) Fewest away losses.......................................... 1 (2007, 2010) Most goals................................................................ 93 (1997) Fewest goals........................................ 28 (1999, 2003, 2013) Most assists.............................................................. 88 (1997) Fewest assists........................................................... 22 (2013) Most points............................................................ 274 (1997) Fewest points........................................................... 78 (2013) Most goals allowed................................................. 41 (2002) Fewest goals allowed.............................................. 13 (2010) Most shutouts..................................... 13 (1990, 1997, 2007) Fewest shutouts......................................................... 3 (2011) Most times shut out.................................................. 8 (1999) Most shots............................................................. 345 (2002) Fewest shots allowed............................................ 137 (1993) Winning percentage........................................... .886 (2010) Longest regular-season conference unbeaten streak .............................................................................33 (2006-09) Longest overall conference unbeaten streak..25 (2006-07)

PAULA DOMITROVITS Individual Match Records

Most points.............................................................11 (4g, 3a) ................ Kati Kantanen, vs. Chattanooga – Oct. 17, 1997 Most first-half points..............................................9 (3g, 3a) ................ Kati Kantanen, vs. Chattanooga – Oct. 17, 1997 Most second-half points................................................6 (3g) ...................Ali Lord, vs. Georgia Southern – Oct. 23, 1998 Most goals................................................................................4 ..........................................................................Four occasions Most first-half goals............................................................... 3 ......................................................................... Four occasions Most second-half goals.........................................................3 ..................Ali Lord, vs. Georgia Southern – Oct. 23, 1998 Most assists.............................................................................4 ...................... Meghan Guarnotta at Salem – Sept. 21 1988 ....Nicollette DeLaine vs. Western Carolina – Nov. 4 2004 Most first-half assists.............................................................3 ................ Kati Kantanen, vs. Chattanooga – Oct. 17, 1997 Most second-half assists.......................................................3 .....Katie Bullington vs. Appalachian State – Sept. 30 1997 ....Nicollette DeLaine vs. Western Carolina – Nov. 4 2004 Saves.......................................................................................15 ................................Jamie Simmons , vs. Furman - Oct. 5, 2012 ................ Kathryn Clewley, vs. Wake Forest – Oct. 3, 2001 Shots......................................................................................10 ............... Ali Lord, at Charleston Southern – Sept. 4, 1995 ..................... Amy Carnell, vs. The Citadel – Oct. 20, 2002

............................................(10-0) at ETSU – Sept. 13, 1997 ................................... (10-0) at The Citadel – Oct. 28, 2001 Largest margin of defeat.......................................................6 .............................. (1-7) vs. North Carolina – Sept. 6, 1989 ...........................................(0-6) at Clemson – Sept. 2, 1995 ..............................................( 0-6) at Florida – Oct. 9, 1998 Largest margin of defeat, shutout........................................6 ...........................................(0-6) at Clemson – Sept. 2, 1995 ...............................................(0-6) at Florida – Oct. 9, 1998 Largest margin of defeat, home...........................................6 .............................. (1-7) vs. North Carolina – Sept. 6, 1989 Largest margin of defeat, away............................................6 ...........................................(0-6) at Clemson – Sept. 2, 1995 ...............................................(0-6) at Florida – Oct. 9, 1998 Most shots............................................................................50 ....................................................... vs. ETSU – Oct. 28, 1997 Most shots allowed..............................................................36 .........................................................at Florida – Oct. 9, 1998 Fewest shots............................................................................0 ............................................... vs. California – Sept. 26, 1999 Fewest shots allowed.............................................................0 ......................................................at Liberty – Sept. 10, 1993 ........................................................at ETSU – Sept. 13, 1997 ....................................................... vs. ETSU – Oct. 28, 1997 Quickest goal, first half....................................................0:22 ................................ Jill Barrett vs. Wofford – Oct. 23, 2002 Quickest goal allowed, first half......................................0:31 ......................................Chelsey Stark, Elon – Oct. 28, 2010 Quickest goal, second half.............................................45:45 ......................... Dana Arrowood, at ETSU – Sept. 17, 1999 Quickest goal allowed, second half..............................45:37 ..................... Carmie Landeen, at Clemson – Sept. 2, 1995 Quickest goal, overtime................................................. 90:15 ....................... Stephanie Guy, vs. Kentucky – Oct. 26, 1992 Quickest goal allowed, overtime..................................97:40 .....................Betsy Coverdale, at Arkansas – Oct. 19, 1992 Shortest span between goals...........................................0:20 ... Kelly Merriss (64:05), Ali Lord (64:25) vs. UCF – Sept. 26, 1996 Shortest span between goals allowed.............................0:09 ..........................................vs. George Mason – Nov. 3, 1996 Attendance, home...........................................................2,844 ......................................vs. North Carolina – Sept. 12, 2007 Attendance, away............................................................2,578 ........................................at North Carolina – Aug. 30, 2009

Team Match Records

LYNSEY McLEAN

Most goals scored................................................................12 ................................(12-0) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne – Oct. 8, 1990 Most goals allowed................................................................7 .............................. (1-7) vs. North Carolina – Sept. 6, 1989 ................................................(3-7) at Duke – Oct. 24, 1989 Most goals, both teams.......................................................12 .................. (12-0 UNCG) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne – Oct. 8, 1990 Largest margin of victory...................................................12 ................................(12-0) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne – Oct. 8, 1990 Largest margin of victory, shutout....................................12 ................................(12-0) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne – Oct. 8, 1990 Largest margin of victory, home........................................12 ................................(12-0) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne – Oct. 8, 1990 Largest margin of victory, away.........................................10 ............................................(10-0) at Salem – Sept. 21, 1988

KATI KANTANEN


ALL-TIME RESULTS

The inaugural 1988 squad dropped its first match to Virginia, but responded with six consecutive wins. Despite a schedule laden with Division I teams, the Spartans ended that season ranked eighth in NCAA Division II.

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1988 Record: 10-7 Head coach: Jack Poland at Virginia L 0-5 N.C. WESLEYAN W 2-1 (OT) MARYLAND W 2-0 (OT) LYNCHBURG W 6-1 MARYVILLE W 11-0 at Salem W 10-0 RANDOLPH-MACON W 5-1 at Radford L 0-1 LOUISVILLE W 10-0 at Methodist L 0-3 at Guilford W 5-0 NC STATE L 0-1 Keene State# L 0-3 at Barry L 0-1 at North Carolina L 0-4 DUKE W 2-1 (OT) ELON W 5-1 # at Miami, Fla.

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1989 Record: 11-5-1 Head coach: Jack Poland BUFFALO W 2-0 NORTH CAROLINA L 1-7 at Maryland W 3-2 at Roanoke W 5-0 VIRGINIA L 0-5 DAVIDSON W 10-0 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS T 1-1 (OT) BARRY L 1-3 at NC State L 1-2 CHARLESTON (W.VA.) W 4-0 at Elon W 4-1 METHODIST W 3-1 (OT) vs. Keene State# W 2-1 vs. Adelphi# W 1-0 at St. Andrews W 7-0 at Duke L 3-7 at Erskine W 1-0 # at Kutztown, Pa.

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1990 Record: 14-5-0 Head coach: Jack Poland at Virginia MARYLAND

L 0-4 W 1-0

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NOTRE DAME RADFORD at Erskine NC STATE BARRY QUINCY at Davidson JAMES MADISON ST. ANDREWS ROANOKE LENOIR-RHYNE at Denver at Regis at Northern Colorado KUTZTOWN at North Carolina ELON

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1991 Record: 12-8-0 Head coach: Jack Poland at American at Maryland DUKE ERSKINE at Elon GEORGE WASHINGTON# VANDERBILT# at James Madison DAVIDSON DAYTON ARKANSAS at Radford at Florida International at UCF at NC State BARRY NORTH CAROLINA at Lenoir-Rhyne VIRGINIA N.C. WESLEYAN

W 5-1 L 0-2 W 3-0 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 6-0 W 5-0 W 12-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 8-0 L 0-4 W 2-0

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

# Triad Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

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1992 Record: 10-8-1 Head coach: Jack Poland at Campbell W 9-0 vs. UCF* L 0-1 (OT) vs. Villanova* W 5-0 ELON W 2-0 JAMES MADISON L 0-1 at Methodist W 4-0 SMU# L 3-4 GEORGE MASON# T 2-2 (2OT) NC STATE W 2-1 (OT) MERCER W 2-1 RADFORD W 4-1 at Davidson W 2-0 at Duke L 0-2 at Vanderbilt L 0-2 at Arkansas L 2-3 (OT) NEW HAMPSHIRE W 3-2 KENTUCKY W 6-1 (OT) at North Carolina L 0-3 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL L 0-3

* Wolfpack Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) # Triad Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 1993 Record: 12-7-0 (7-0-0 Big South, 1st) Big South Regular Season Champions Head coach: Jack Poland 9/6 at Virginia L 1-3 9/10 at Liberty* W 9-0 9/12 MARYLAND L 1-3 9/15 at NC State L 0-1 9/17 DAVIDSON L 0-1 9/19 at James Madison W 2-0 9/22 CAMPBELL* W 7-2 9/25 VIRGINIA TECH W 6-0 9/28 at UNC Asheville* W 3-0 10/1 TULSA# L 2-3 10/3 OHIO STATE# W 2-0 10/6 RADFORD* W 1-0 (OT) 10/9 ARKANSAS W 3-1 10/12 DUKE L 0-1 10/16 at Mercer W 4-2 10/18 at Charleston Southern* W 2-1 10/22 TOWSON STATE* W 5-0 10/24 UMBC* W 8-0 10/29 vs. Campbell^ L 0-1 * Big South Conference match # Triad Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ Big South tournament (Baltimore, Md.)

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1994 Record: 11-6-3 (5-0-0 Big South, 1st) Big South Regular Season Champions Big South Tournament Champions Head coach: Jack Poland at George Mason L 0-4 at Maryland L 0-4 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* W 7-0 CLEMSON L 1-2 at Davidson W 3-1 LIBERTY* W 7-0 at Campbell W 4-1 NC STATE T 0-0 (OT) UNC ASHEVILLE W 4-0

Jack Poland led UNCG to six straight undefeated seasons in league play. His teams never lost a league match in four years of Big South Conference action, and went 15-0 over their first two years in the Southern Conference.


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TEXAS A&M# CINCINNATI# RADFORD* JAMES MADISON DUKE at Tulsa at SMU at UMBC* at Towson State* vs. Radford^ vs. Charleston Southern^

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

* Big South Conference match # Triad Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ Big South tournament (Baltimore, Md.) 1995 Record: 13-5-0 (5-0-0, Big South 1st) Big South Regular Season Champions Head coach: Jack Poland 9/2 at Clemson L 0-6 9/4 at Charleston Southern* W 6-0 9/8 CHARLOTTE W 2-0 9/10 at James Madison W 3-2 9/15 DAVIDSON W 2-1 9/17 GEORGIA W 7-0 9/20 at NC State L 2-3 9/23 UMBC* W 6-1 9/26 at UNC Asheville* W 3-2 9/29 CAMPBELL W 2-0 10/10 at Liberty* W 4-0 10/14 at Florida International W 4-1 10/20 at Ohio State W 1-0 10/22 at Cincinnati L 1-2 10/24 at Duke L 2-3 10/30 RADFORD* W 5-0 11/3 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN^ W 5-1 11/5 UNC ASHEVILLE^ L 0-1

* Big South Conference match # Triad Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) + WAGS (Fairfax, Va.) $ Post Oak Mall Classic (College Station, Texas) ^ Big South tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) % NCAA tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

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1997 Record: 19-6-0 (7-0-0 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Regular Season Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Jack Poland VIRGINIA TECH W 1-0 at Wofford* W 4-3 at George Mason L 1-2 at NC State W 1-0 at East Tennessee State* W 10-0 CAMPBELL W 5-0 FURMAN* W 3-1 at College of Charleston W 3-2 (OT) WASHINGTON# L 0-5 OREGON# W 6-0 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 7-0 FLORIDA STATE W 3-2 at Davidson* W 3-0 FLORIDA L 1-2 at Duke L 0-2 CHATTANOOGA* W 8-0 CLEMSON W 2-1 (OT) at Georgia Southern* W 3-0 at James Madison L 0-2

* Big South Conference match ^ Big South tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 1996 Record: 16-6-1 (5-0-0 Big South, 1st) Big South Regular Season Champions Big South Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Jack Poland 9/1 at Kentucky L 1-2 9/3 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON W 8-0 9/7 GEORGE MASON W 4-1 9/10 DUKE W 2-1 9/18 at Radford* W 4-2 9/22 PORTLAND L 0-3 9/24 UNC ASHEVILLE* W 4-2 9/27 UCF# W 3-0 9/29 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL# W 4-1 10/2 at Davidson W 4-1 (OT) 10/4 NC STATE W 4-3 10/11 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* W 3-0 10/13 vs. Florida+ L 1-4 10/16 at Virginia Tech W 1-0 10/19 at UMBC* W 4-2 10/23 LIBERTY* W 5-0 10/26 JAMES MADISON W 3-1 10/29 at Campbell W 4-1 (OT) 11/1 at Texas A&M$ L 0-2 11/3 vs. George Mason$ L 1-5 11/8 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN^ W 6-2 11/10 UNC ASHEVILLE^ T 1-1 (4OT) 11/17 JAMES MADISON% L 1-3

The 1996 UNCG squad recorded its fourth straight undefeated Big South regular season before winning its second Big South tournament title. The Spartans also made their first appearance into the NCAA tournament.

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EAST TENNESSEE STATE^ W 11-0 at Davidson^ W 4-0 vs. Wofford^ W 9-0 SOUTH ALABAMA% W 5-0 at Duke& W 3-1 (OT) at Clemson! L 0-5

* Southern Conference match # adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Davidson, N.C.) % NCAA play-in game (Greensboro, N.C.) & NCAA tournament first round (Durham, N.C.) ! NCAA tournament second round (Clemson, S.C.) 1998 Record: 13-9-1 (8-0-0 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Regular Season Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament

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Head coach: Jack Poland at Charlotte L 1-2 at Washington W 2-1 at Oregon L 0-2 NC STATE W 3-1 GEORGE MASON L 0-2 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* W 10-2 at College of Charleston* W 5-1 at Chattanooga* W 5-0 DUKE L 1-2 (OT) JAMES MADISON# T 1-1 (OT) SAN DIEGO STATE# L 1-3 at Appalachian State* W 1-0 DAVIDSON* W 4-1 at Florida L 0-6 at UCF L 0-3 at Wake Forest L 2-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 4-3 at Furman* W 2-1 (OT) WOFFORD* W 3-1 vs. East Tennessee State^ W 9-0 vs. Wofford^ W 6-0 vs. Furman^ W 2-0 (OT) at Vanderbilt% L 1-5

* Southern Conference match # adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greenville, S.C.) % NCAA tournament first round (Nashville, Tenn.)

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1999 Record: 8-12-0 (6-3-0 SoCon, 3rd) Head coach: Jack Poland at Old Dominion L 0-1 at Richmond L 0-4 CHARLOTTE L 0-5 at NC State W 3-0 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* W 5-0 at Wofford* W 1-0 at East Tennessee State* W 3-0 CHATTANOOGA* W 4-0 FURMAN* L 0-3 WILLIAM & MARY# L 0-2 CALIFORNIA# L 0-4 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 3-0 WAKE FOREST L 0-2 at James Madison W 2-1 at Clemson L 0-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* W 2-0 at Davidson* L 1-2 (OT) at Georgia Southern* L 2-4 at Duke L 0-2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN^ L 1-2

* Southern Conference match # adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

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2000 Record: 14-8-1 (7-2-0 SoCon, 2nd) SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Jack Poland at Wake Forest L 0-3 SOUTH CAROLINA W 2-0 at George Mason L 0-2 NC STATE T 0-0 (2 OT) at Charlotte W 3-2 vs. Old Dominion# L 1-2 at William & Mary# L 1-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* W 1-0


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CHATTANOOGA* W 5-0 at Georgia Southern* W 2-0 at College of Charleston* L 0-2 JAMES MADISON L 2-3 (OT) DUKE W 2-0 WOFFORD* W 1-0 FURMAN* L 0-1 at East Tennessee State* W 5-1 at Appalachian State* W 1-0 DAVIDSON* W 4-0 at College of Charleston^ W 1-0 vs. Western Carolina^ W 3-1 vs. Furman^ W 1-0 WILLIAM & MARY% W 3-2 (2OT) at Virginia& L 1-6

* Southern Conference match # Nike/Tribe Invitational (Williamsburg, Va.) ^ SoCon tournament (Charleston, S.C.) % NCAA tournament first round (Greensboro, N.C.) & NCAA tournament second round (Charlottesville, Va.)

* Southern Conference match # adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greenville, S.C.) % NCAA tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

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2002 Record: 7-12-2 (4-5-1 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Eddie Radwanski at Old Dominion W 1-0 LIBERTY W 4-0 MARSHALL L 1-2 at George Mason# L 1-5 vs. William & Mary# W 2-0 at East Tennessee State* W 1-0 at Appalachian State* L 0-1 at Wake Forest L 2-4 WESTERN CAROLINA* L 0-1 CHATTANOOGA* L 0-2 at Air Force L 4-5 at Colorado College L 1-2 at Georgia Southern* L 2-3 at College of Charleston* T 3-3 (2OT) THE CITADEL* W 2-0 WOFFORD* W 3-0 FURMAN* L 2-5 DAVIDSON* W 4-3 SOUTH CAROLINA L 0-2 DAVIDSON^ T 1-1 (2OT) FURMAN^ L 1-2

* Southern Conference match # George Mason Tournament (Fairfax, Va.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

UNCG’s 2000 team captured its third SoCon title in four years and advanced past the first round of the NCAA tournament for the second time in school history.

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2001 Record: 15-8-0 (8-2-0 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Co-Regular Season Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Eddie Radwanski OLD DOMINION W 1-0 at NC State W 2-1 (2OT) VIRGINIA TECH# L 2-3 PITTSBURGH# W 3-1 CHARLOTTE L 0-1 at Wofford* W 3-0 at Furman* L 0-3 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* W 8-1 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 6-1 WAKE FOREST L 0-5 at James Madison L 2-3 (2OT) at Western Carolina* L 1-2 (2OT) at Chattanooga* W 3-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 3-0 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* W 1-0 UNC WILMINGTON W 3-2 (OT) at The Citadel* W 10-0 at Davidson* W 3-0 at South Carolina L 0-2 vs. Davidson^ W 1-0 at Furman^ W 2-0 vs. Western Carolina^ W 2-1 (2OT) at North Carolina% L 0-3

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2003 Record: 15-7-2 (9-2-0 SoCon, 2nd) SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Eddie Radwanski OLD DOMINION W 4-3 (2OT) at UNC Wilmington W 2-1 HOFSTRA# L 0-2 GEORGE MASON# T 0-0 (2OT) at Princeton! L 0-3 vs. Penn! T 3-3 (2OT) WAKE FOREST L 1-3 THE CITADEL* W 7-0 DUKE L 0-2 at Furman* L 1-2 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* W 5-1 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 2-0 ELON* W 1-0 at Wofford* W 1-0 at Western Carolina* W 1-0 at Chattanooga* L 0-1 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* W 1-0 (OT) GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 5-0 at Davidson* W 3-1 WOFFORD^ W 2-0 APPALACHIAN STATE^ W 1-0 FURMAN^ W 2-0 vs. Wake Forest% W 2-1 at North Carolina% L 0-5

* Southern Conference match # UNCG/adidas Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ! Princeton Tournament (Princeton, N.J.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) % NCAA tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 2004 Record: 14-5-1 (9-1-1 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Regular Season Champions

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Head coach: Eddie Radwanski at Old Dominion W 1-0 (OT) at Wake Forest L 2-3 vs. Fresno State% W 2-1 at Oregon State% L 1-2 PITTSBURGH# W 2-0 COASTAL CAROLINA# W 7-1 PRINCETON L 0-2 FURMAN* W 2-0 at College of Charleston* L 0-1 at Appalachian State* W 3-1 at Elon* W 2-1 WOFFORD* W 2-0 WESTERN CAROLINA* W 2-1 CHATTANOOGA* T 1-1 (2OT) at East Tennessee State* W 5-0 at Georgia Southern* W 2-1 DAVIDSON* W 2-0 at The Citadel* W 7-0 WESTERN CAROLINA^ W 7-0 DAVIDSON^ L 2-3

* Southern Conference match % OSU Nike Invitational (Corvallis, Ore.) # adidas/Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

8/26 9/2 9/4 9/6 9/10 9/16 9/18 9/21 9/25 9/28 10/2 10/14 10/16 10/23 10/25 10/28 10/30 11/3 11/4

2005 Record: 11-7-1 (6-3-1 SoCon, 3rd) Head coach: Eddie Radwanski at Duke L 0-1 (OT) OREGON STATE# W 1-0 (OT) OLD DOMINION# L 1-2 (2OT) HIGH POINT W 6-0 JAMES MADISON W 1-0 (OT) WAKE FOREST L 0-1 at Virginia Tech W 1-0 at Western Carolina* W 2-1 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* L 1-2 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 4-0 ELON* W 3-0 at Chattanooga* L 0-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 3-0 at Davidson* T 2-2 (2OT) at Wofford* W 2-0 The Citadel* W 8-1 at Furman* L 3-4 (2OT) vs. Chattanooga^ W 2-0 at Furman^ L 0-1 (OT) * Southern Conference match # UNCG Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greenville, S.C.)

8/25 8/29 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/12 9/15 9/17 9/24 9/29 10/1

2006 Record: 13-8-2 (9-0-1 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Regular Season Champions SoCon Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Eddie Radwanski at William & Mary L 1-3 at North Carolina L 0-1 VIRGINIA TECH# L 0-1 MIAMI (FLA.)# L 1-3 at Tennessee! L 0-2 vs. Mercer! W 1-0 at Wake Forest L 0-1 PENN L 2-3 INDIANA T 1-1 (2OT) at Elon* W 1-0 WOFFORD* W 1-0 WESTERN CAROLINA* T 1-1 (2OT)


10/6 10/8 10/12 10/15 10/21 10/27 10/29 10/31 11/3 11/5 11/10

CHATTANOOGA* at Georgia Southern* at Appalachian State* DAVIDSON* FURMAN* at The Citadel* at College of Charleston* ELON$ at Western Carolina^ vs. Furman^ vs. Oklahoma State%

W 3-1 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 4-1 W 4-2 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 0-2

* Southern Conference match # UNCG Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) ! Tennessee Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.) $ SoCon tournament first round (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) % NCAA tournament (Clemson, N.C.) 2007 Record: 16-5-1 (10-0-0 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Regular Season Champions NCAA Tournament Head coach: Eddie Radwanski 8/31 WILLIAM & MARY W 2-0 9/2 CENTRAL MICHIGAN W 2-0 9/7 vs. Northwestern! L 2-3 9/9 vs. Ball State! W 1-0 9/12 NORTH CAROLINA L 0-3 9/15 WAKE FOREST T 1-1 (2OT) 9/21 TENNESSEE L 1-2 9/27 at Wofford* W 2-0 9/30 at Western Carolina* W 2-0 10/4 at Chattanooga* W 4-1 10/7 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 3-0 10/14 at Davidson* W 3-0 10/18 THE CITADEL* W 7-0 10/21 at Furman* W 2-0 10/25 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 2-1 10/28 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* W 3-2 (OT) 11/1 ELON* W 3-0 11/4 ELON$ W 1-0 11/9 vs. College of Charleston^ W 1-0 11/11 vs. Furman^ L 1-3 11/16 vs. Memphis% W 1-0 11/18 at North Carolina% L 1-3 * Southern Conference match ! Florida Atlantic Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.) $ SoCon tournament first round (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Davidson, N.C.) % NCAA tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

2008 Record: 0-4-0 (0-0-0 SoCon, 1st) ** SoCon Regular-Season Champions ** Head coach: Eddie Radwanski 8/22 COASTAL CAROLINA W 3-2 (2OT)** 8/24 UTAH L 1-2 (2OT) 8/29 GEORGE MASON W 6-3** 8/31 at Duke L 0-1 9/5 vs. Stetson& W 4-1** 9/7 vs. Virginia Commonwealth& W 2-1** 9/12 vs. Santa Clara@ W 1-0** 9/14 at Stanford@ L 0-2 9/19 at Wake Forest L 0-3 9/26 at Chattanooga* W 4-1** 9/28 at Samford* T 0-0 (2OT)** 10/3 THE CITADEL* W 5-0**

10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/30 11/2 11/7 11/9

C. OF CHARLESTON* W 1-0 (OT)** WESTERN CAROLINA* W 2-0** at Appalachian State* W 2-0** at Wofford* W 1-0** at Furman* W 3-2** GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 5-1** DAVIDSON* W 1-0** at Elon* W 2-0** APPALACHIAN STATE$ W 6-0** vs. Furman^ T 0-0 (2OT)** vs. Western Carolina^ T 0-0 (2OT)**

* Southern Conference match & Residence Inn North Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.) @ Stanford/Nike Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) $ SoCon tournament first round (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Mt. Pleasant, S.C.) 2009 Record: 0-7-0 (0-2-0 SoCon, 1st) ** SoCon Regular Season Champions ** Head coach: Eddie Radwanski 8/23 WAKE FOREST L 1-2 8/28 vs. Duke& W 1-0** 8/30 at North Carolina& L 0-1 9/4 STANFORD# L 0-1 9/6 VCU# W 1-0** 9/11 at Virginia Tech$ L 0-4 9/13 vs. Duquesne$ W 2-1 (OT)** 9/17 HIGH POINT W 4-0** 9/25 FURMAN* W 4-0** 9/27 WOFFORD* W 3-0** 10/2 at Davidson* L 1-2 10/4 at Georgia Southern* W 3-0** 10/8 at Western Carolina* W 3-0** 10/11 APPALCHIAN STATE* W 3-1** 10/16 SAMFORD* L 1-2 10/18 CHATTANOOGA* W 1-0** 10/23 at College of Charleston* W 1-0** 10/25 at The Citadel* W 2-1** 10/29 ELON* W 1-0** 11/6 DAVIDSON^ L 0-1 * Southern Conference match & Carolina Nike Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) # UNCG Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ Hilton Garden Hokie Classic (Blacksburg, Va.) ^ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

2010 Record: 2-2-0 (0-0-0 SoCon, 1st)** SoCon Regular Season Champions ** SoCon Tournament Champions ** NCAA Tournament ** Head coach: Eddie Radwanski 8/20 EAST CAROLINA W 2-0** 8/23 at Wake Forest W 2-1** 8/29 vs. Utah& W 1-0** 9/3 vs. Southern Cal# T 0-0 (2OT)** 9/5 at Cal State Fullerton# L 0-2 9/10 CHARLOTTE W 2-1** 9/19 OLD DOMINION W 3-1** 9/24 at Chattanooga* W 5-2** 9/26 at Samford* W 1-0** 10/1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 5-1** 10/3 DAVIDSON* W 4-0** 10/8 THE CITADEL* W 3-0** 10/10 C. OF CHARLESTON* W 2-1** 10/15 at Wofford* W 3-0** 10/17 at Furman* W 4-1** 10/21 WESTERN CAROLINA* W 2-0** 10/24 at Appalachian State* W 1-0** 10/28 at Elon* W 2-1** 10/31 WOFFORD$ W 1-0** 11/5 vs. Elon^ W 2-0** 11/7 vs. Samford^ W 1-0** 11/12 vs. South Carolina% L 1-2 * Southern Conference match & Georgia Nike Invitational (Athens, Ga.) # Under Armour Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.) $ SoCon tournament first round (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ SoCon tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) % NCAA tournament (Charlottesville, Va.) 2011 Record: 8-10-1 (7-3-1 SoCon, 2nd) Head coach: Steve Nugent 8/19 VIRGINIA TECH L 0-4 8/26 #14 WAKE FOREST L 0-5 9/2 at George Mason W 4-1 9/4 #23 TENNESSEE L 0-2 9/9 vs. #1 North Carolina$ L 0-2 9/11 at #10 Duke$ L 0-2 9/16 GEORGIA L 1-4 9/24 CHATTANOOGA* W 6-1 9/26 SAMFORD* L 0-1 9/30 at Georgia Southern* W 2-1 10/2 at Davidson* W 1-0 10/7 at The Citadel* W 4-2 10/9 at College of Charleston* W 2-1 10/14 WOFFORD* T 1-1 (2OT) 10/16 FURMAN* W 1-0 (2OT) 10/21 at Western Carolina* W 2-0 10/23 APPALACHIAN STATE* L 1-2 10/26 ELON* L 0-1 10/30 GEORGIA SOUTHERN^ L 1-2 *Southern Conference match $ Duke Nike Classic (Durham, N.C.) ^SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

The 2007 squad turned in UNCG’s second straight unbeated SoCon regular season, going 10-0-0 in league play. In the NCAA tournament, the Spartans beat Memphis in the first round before falling to No. 1 seed North Carolina in the second round.

8/17 8/24 8/26 8/31

2012 Record: 12-7-1 (9-1-1 SoCon, 1st) SoCon Regular Season Champions Head coach: Steve Nugent at Georgia L 0-1 (2OT) at #7 Wake Forest W 1-0 UNC Asheville W 7-0 at Kentucky L 0-2


9/2 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/23 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/24 10/28

vs. Louisville$ L 0-3 HIGH POINT W 1-0 at Santa Clara% L 2-4 vs. #3 Stanford% L 0-4 APPALACHIAN STATE* W 3-2 (2OT) WESTERN CAROLINA* L 1-0 C. OF CHARLESTON* W 2-1 (OT) THE CITADEL* W 2-1 at Furman* T 1-1 (2OT) at Wofford* W 1-0 DAVIDSON* W 1-0 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* W 1-0 at Samford* W 1-0 at Chattanooga* L 0-4 at Elon* W 2-0 GEORGIA SOUTHERN^ L 0-1

*Southern Conference match $ UK Tropical Smoothie Invite (Lexington, K.Y.) % Santa Clara tournament (Santa Clara, Calif.) ^SoCon tournament (Birmingham, Ala.) 2013 Record: 10-6-4 (5-2-3 SoCon, Third) Head coach: Steve Nugent 8/23 at Hawai’i% W 1-0 (2OT) 8/25 vs. Washington% L 0-1 (2OT) 8/30 at East Carolina$ W 1-0 9/2 vs. UNC Wilmington W 2-0 9/6 at High Point W 3-1 9/8 GEORGIA L 0-1 9/12 LIBERTY L 0-2 9/20 at James Madison L 0-2 9/26 APPALACHIAN STATE* T 1-1 (2OT) 9/29 at Western Carolina* W 2-0 10/4 at Francis Marion W 2-0 10/6 at The Citadel* W 5-3 10/11 FURMAN* L 0-3 10/13 at Wofford* T 0-0 (2OT) 10/18 at Davidson* W 1-0 10/20 at Georgia Southern* L 0-1 10/25 SAMFORD* W 3-0 10/27 CHATTANOOGA* W 5-0 10/30 ELON* T 2-2 (2OT) 11/3 WOFFORD^ T 0-0 (2OT L, 5-4 PKs) *Southern Conference match % Hawaii Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) $ ECU Tournament (Greenville, N.C.) ^SoCon tournament first round (Greensboro, N.C.) 8/22 8/24 8/26 8/29 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19

2014 Record: 9-8-3 (5-3-1 SoCon, fifth) Head coach: Michael Coll CHARLOTTE L 0-1 at Georgia L 0-3 at Liberty W 1-0 ARMY W 2-1 vs. Indiana State$ T 2-2 (2OT) at #13 West Virginia$ L 0-2 EAST CAROLINA L 0-1 NC STATE T 2-2 (2OT) HIGH POINT W 3-0 JAMES MADISON W 1-0 at Mercer* T 1-1 (2OT) at The Citadel* W 4-1 at VMI* W 4-1 CHATTANOOGA* W 9-0 SAMFORD* L 0-1 at Western Carolina* W 1-0 at ETSU* L 1-3

10/24 10/26 11/2

FURMAN* WOFFORD* vs. ETSU^

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

*Southern Conference match $ WVU Tournament ^SoCon tournament first round (Johnson City, Tenn.) 2015 Record: 9-9-3 (6-2-1 SoCon, third) Head Coach: Michael Coll 8/21 8/23 8/28 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/10 9/13 9/17 9.20 9/25 9/27 10/2 10/5 10/9 1/11 10/16 10/18 10/25 10/31 11/6

LOYOLA CHICAGO High Point Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Virginia Tech EAST CAROLINA NC State ELON #2 FLORIDA STATE APPALACHIAN STATE WESTERN CAROLINA * ETSU * Furman * Wofford * Chattnooga * Samford * MERCER * THE CITADEL * VMI * WESTERN CAROLINA ^ Furman ^

L 3-2 (2OT) L, 0-2 L, 0-3 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 W, 20 T 1-1 (2OT) L, 0-6 T 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-0 L 1-3 T 0-0 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 2-1

*Southern Conference match ^SoCon tournament (Birmingham, Ala.)

**Denoted wins, ties, overall record, awards and championships were vacated due to a ruling by the NCAA Committee on Infractions in 2015


UNCG Women’s Soccer Coaching History Year Coach..................... Big South........................... SoCon............................................... Overall

JACK POLAND (163-92-8, 22-0-0 Big South, 28-5-0 SoCon)

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Jack Poland............................................................................................................................ 10-7-0 Jack Poland............................................................................................................................ 11-5-1 Jack Poland............................................................................................................................ 14-5-0 Jack Poland............................................................................................................................ 12-8-0 Jack Poland............................................................................................................................ 10-8-1 Jack Poland.....................7-0-0.............................................................................................. 12-7-0 Jack Poland.....................5-0-0.............................................................................................. 11-6-3 Jack Poland.....................5-0-0.............................................................................................. 13-5-0 Jack Poland.....................5-0-0.............................................................................................. 16-6-1 Jack Poland.............................................................. 7-0-0..................................................... 19-6-0 Jack Poland.............................................................. 8-0-0..................................................... 13-9-1 Jack Poland.............................................................. 6-3-0..................................................... 8-12-0 Jack Poland.............................................................. 7-2-0..................................................... 14-8-1

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 8-2-0..................................................... 15-8-0 Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 4-5-1..................................................... 7-12-2 Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 9-2-0..................................................... 15-7-2 Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 9-1-1..................................................... 14-5-1 Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 6-3-1..................................................... 11-7-1 Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 9-0-1..................................................... 13-8-2 Eddie Radwanski..................................................10-0-0..................................................... 16-5-1 Eddie Radwanski..................................................10-0-1..................................................... 16-4-3 Eddie Radwanski.................................................... 9-2-0..................................................... 13-7-0 Eddie Radwanski..................................................11-0-0....................................................... 19-2-1

EDDIE RADWANSKI (139-65-13, 85-15-5 SoCon)

STEVE NUGENT (30-23-6, 21-6-5 SoCon)

2011 2012 2013

Steve Nugent........................................................... 7-3-1..................................................... 8-10-1 Steve Nugent........................................................... 9-1-1..................................................... 12-7-1 Steve Nugent........................................................... 5-2-3..................................................... 10-6-4

2014 2015

Michael Coll............................................................ 5-3-1....................................................... 9-8-3 Michael Coll............................................................ 6-2-1....................................................... 9-9-3

Totals 27 Years

............................... Big South........................... SoCon............................................... Overall .....................................22-0-0...................... 145-31-12......................................... 350-197-33

MICHAEL COLL (9-8-3, 5-3-1 SoCon)

1989

Adelphi (1-0) Kutztown, Pa.

2002

Air Force (0-1) Colorado Springs, Colo.

1991

American (1-0) Washington, D.C.

W 2-0

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Appalachian State (16-2-2) Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.* Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.* Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C.

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

W 1-0 L 4-5

2013 2015

Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

1991 1992 1993

Arkansas (1-2) Greensboro, N.C. Fayetteville, Ark. Greensboro, N.C.

2014

Army (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

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

2007

Ball State (1-0) Boca Raton, Fla.

W 1-0

1988 1989 1990 1991

Barry (1-3) Miami Shores, Fla. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

L 0-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 2-3

1989

Buffalo (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 2-0

1999

California (0-1) Greensboro, N.C.

L 0-4

2010

Cal State Fullerton (0-1) Fullerton, Calif.

1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Campbell (6-1) Buies Creek, N.C. W 9-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 7-2 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Buies Creek, N.C. W 4-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Buies Creek, N.C. W 4-1 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 5-0

1991 1992 1996 1998

UCF (2-2) Orlando, Fla. Raleigh, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Orlando, Fla.

2007

Central Michigan (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 2-0

1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996

Charleston Southern (7-0) Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

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

L 0-2

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

1996

Greensboro, N.C.

W 6-2

1989

Charleston (W.Va.) (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 4-0

1995 1998 1999 2000 2001 2010 2014

Charlotte (3-4) Greensboro, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

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

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Chattanooga (16-3-1) Greensboro, N.C. W 8-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 5-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 5-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 3-1 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-2 Chattanooga, Tenn. L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (2OT) Chattanooga, Tenn. L 0-1 Greenville, S.C.* W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 4-1 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 4-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 5-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 6-1 Chattanooga, Tenn. W 4-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 5-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 9-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. W, 3-0

1994 1995

Cincinnati (0-2) Greensboro, N.C. Cincinnatti, Ohio

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

The Citadel (15-0) Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C.

1994 1995 1997 1997 1999

Clemson (1-4) Greensboro, N.C. L 1-2 Clemson, S.C. L 0-6 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 (OT) Clemson, S.C.^ L 0-5 Clemson, S.C. L 0-3

2004 2008

Coastal Carolina (2-0) Greensboro, N.C. W 7-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-2 (2OT)

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

College of Charleston (15-3-1) Greensboro, N.C. W 8-0 Charleston, S.C. W 3-2 (OT) Charleston, S.C. W 5-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 5-0 Charleston, S.C. L 0-2 Charleston, S.C.* W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Charleston, S.C. T 3-3 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 5-1 Charleston, S.C. L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. L 1-2 Charleston, S.C. W 2-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-2 (OT)

L 1-2 L 1-2 W 10-0 W 2-0 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 8-1 W 6-0 W 7-0 W 5-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 5-3 W 4-1 W, 5-0


2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Davidson, N.C.* Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C.

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

2002

Colorado College (0-1) Colorado Springs, Colo.

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Davidson (23-5-2) Greensboro, N.C. W 10-0 Davidson, N.C. W 4-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 5-0 Davidson, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Davidson, N.C. W 3-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 Davidson, N.C. W 4-1 (OT) Davidson, N.C. W 3-0 Charleston, S.C.* W 4-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-1 Davidson, N.C. L 1-2 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 4-0 Davidson, N.C. W 3-0 Greenville, S.C.* W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-3 Greensboro, N.C.* T 1-1 (2OT) Davidson, N.C. W 3-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C.* L 2-3 Davidson, N.C. T 2-2 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 4-1 Davidson, N.C. W 3-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Davidson, N.C. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C.* L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-0 Davidson, N.C. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Davidson, N.C. W 1-0

1991

Dayton (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 1-0

1990

Denver (0-1) Denver, Colo.

L 0-1

1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000 2003 2005 2008 2009 2011

Duke (5-13) Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C.^ Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Durham, N.C.

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

2009

Duquesne (1-0) Blacksburg, Va. W 2-1 (OT)

2010 2013 2014 2015

East Carolina (2-2) Greensboro, N.C. Greenville, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

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

2015

Eastern Kentucky (1-0) Richmond, Ky.

W, 2-0

1997

ETSU (10-3) Johnson City, Tenn.

L 1-2

W 10-0

1997 1998 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2014 2014

Greensboro, N.C.* W 11-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 10-2 Greensboro, N.C.* W 9-0 Johnson City, Tenn. W 3-0 Johnson City, Tenn. W 5-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 8-1 Johnson City, Tenn. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 (OT) Johnson City, Tenn. W 5-0 Johnson City, Tenn. L, 1-3 Johnson City, Tenn. L, 2-3 (OT)

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 2003 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015

Elon (17-1-1) Greensboro, N.C. W 5-1 Elon, N.C. W 4-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Elon, N.C. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Elon, N.C. W 2-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-0 Elon, N.C. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C.* W 4-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-0 Greensboro, N.C.* W 1-0 Elon, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Elon, N.C. W 2-1 Cullowhee, N.C.* W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Elon, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. T 2-2 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. L, 1-3

1989 1990 1991

Erskine (3-0) Due West, S.C. Due West, S.C. Greensboro, N.C.

W 1-0 W 3-0 W 7-0

1996 1997 1998

Florida (0-3) Fairfax, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Gainesville, Fla.

L 1-4 L 1-2 L 0-6

1991 1992 1995 1996

Florida International (2-2) Miami, Fla. L 0-2 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-3 Miami, Fla. W 4-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-1

1997 2015

Florida State (1-1) Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

W 3-2 L, 0-6

2013

Francis Marion (1-0) Florence, S.C.

W 2-0

2004

Fresno State (1-0) Corvallis, Ore.

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

Furman (14-12-3) Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1 Greenville, S.C. W 2-1 (OT) Greenville, S.C.* W 2-0 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. L 0-3 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Charleston, S.C.* W 1-0 Greenville, S.C. L 0-3 Greenville, S.C.* W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 2-5 Greensboro, N.C.* L 1-2 Greenville, S.C. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C.* W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Greenville, S.C. L 3-4 (2OT) Greenville, S.C.* L 0-1 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 4-2 Cullowhee, N.C.* W 3-1 Greenville, S.C. W 2-0 Davidson, N.C.* L 1-3 Greenville, S.C. W 3-2 Mt. Pleasant, S.C.* T 0-0 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 4-0

W 2-1

UNCG’s 1997 team knocked off several big-name schools, including Clemson, Duke, Florida State, NC State and Virginia Tech. The win over the Blue Devils came in the first round of the NCAA tournament. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2015

Greenville, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greenville, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Spartanburg, S.C. *

1992 1994 1996 1996 1997 1998 2000 2002 2003 2008 2011

George Mason (3-6-2) Greensboro, N.C. T 2-2 (2OT) Fairfax, Va. L 0-4 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-1 College Station, Texas L 1-5 Fairfax, Va. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-2 Fairfax, Va. L 0-2 Fairfax, Va. L 1-5 Greensboro, N.C. T 0-0 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 6-3 Fairfax, Va. W 4-1

1991

George Washington (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

1995 2011 2012 2013 2014

Georgia (1-4) Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Athens, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Athens, Ga.

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

W 2-1

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

1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013

Georgia Southern (14-5) Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C.* Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Statesboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C.* Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.* Statesboro, Ga.

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

1988

Guilford (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 5-0

2013

Hawai’i (1-0) Honolulu, Hawaii W 1-0 (2OT)

2005 2009 2012 2013 2014 2015

High Point (5-1) Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. High Point, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. High Point, N.C.

2003

Hofstra (0-1) Greensboro, N.C.

2006

Indiana (0-0-1) Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (2OT)

2014

Indiana State (0-0-1) Morganton, WVa. T 2-2 (2OT)

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2005 2013 2014

James Madison (7-6-2) Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Harrisonburg, Va. W 3-2 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Harrisonburg, Va. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. T 0-0 (OT) Harrisonburg, Va. W 3-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1 Greensboro, N.C.^ L 1-3 Harrisonburg, Va. L 0-2 Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (OT) Harrisonburg, Va. W 2-1 Harrisonburg, Va. L 2-3 (OT) Harrisonburg, Va. L 2-3 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 (OT) Harrisonburg, Va. L 0-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0

1988 1989

Keene State (1-1) Miami, Fla. Kutztown, Pa.

1992 1996 2012 2015

Kentucky (1-3) Greensboro, N.C. W 6-1 (OT) Lexington, Ky. L 1-2 Lexington, Ky. L 0-2 Lexington, Ky. L, 0-3

1990

Kutztown (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

1993 1994 1995 1996 2002 2013 2014

Liberty (6-1) Lynchburg, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Lynchburg, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Lynchburg, Va. Lenoir-Rhyne (2-0)

W 6-0 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 L, 0-2 L 0-2

L 0-3 W 2-1

W 8-0 W 9-0 W 7-0 W 4-0 W 5-0 W 4-0 L 0-1 W 1-0


1990 1991

Greensboro, N.C. Hickory, N.C.

W 12-0 W 6-1

1988 2012

Louisville (1-1) Greensboro, N.C. Lexington, Ky.

2015

Loyola Chicago (0-1) Greensboro, N.C. L, 2-3 (2OT)

1988 1991

1988

Lynchburg (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

1990

Northern Colorado (1-0) Greeley, Colo.

2002

Marshall (0-1) Greensboro, N.C.

2007

Northwestern (0-1) Boca Raton, Fla.

1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994

Maryland (4-2) Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 (OT) College Park, Md. W 3-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 College Park, Md. W 3-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 1-3 College Park, Md. L 0-4

1990

Notre Dame (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

1993 1995

Ohio State (2-0) Greensboro, N.C. Columbus, Ohio

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2010

Old Dominion (5-3) Norfolk, Va. L 0-1 Williamsburg, Va. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Norfolk, Va. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-3 (2OT) Norfolk, Va. W 1-0 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. L 1-2 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1

W 10-0 L 0-3

W 6-1 L 1-2

Maryland Baltimore-County (4-0) 1993 Greensboro, N.C. W 8-0 1994 Baltimore, Md. W 3-1 1995 Greensboro, N.C. W 6-1 1996 Baltimore, Md. W 4-2

1999 2000 2001 2014 2015

Raleigh, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Raleigh, N.C.

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

1990

Greensboro, N.C.

W 5-0

1988

Salem (1-0) Salem, W.Va.

W 10-0

North Carolina Wesleyan (2-0) Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0

2008 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Samford (4-4-1) Birmingham, Ala. T 0-0 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. L 1-2 Birmingham, Ala. W 1-0 Cullowhee, N.C.* W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Birmingham, Ala. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Birmingham, Ala. L, 0-1

W 5-1

1998

San Diego State (0-1) Greensboro, N.C.

W 2-0 W 1-0

2008 2012

Santa Clara (1-1) Palo Alto, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif.

W 1-0 L, 2-4

1997

South Alabama (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.^

W 5-0

2000 2001 2002 2010

South Carolina (1-3) Greensboro, N.C. Columbia, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charlottesville, Va.^

W 2-0 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 1-2

2010

Southern Cal (0-0-1) Fullerton, Calif. T 0-0 (2OT)

1992 1994

SMU (0-2) Greensboro, N.C. Dallas, Texas

1989 1990

St. Andrew’s (2-0) Laurinburg, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

T 3-3 (2OT) L 2-3

2008 2009

Stanford (0-2) Palo Alto, Calif. Greensboro, N.C.

L 0-2 L 0-1

W 3-1 W 2-0

2008

Stetson (1-0) Raleigh, N.C.

W 4-1

2006

Tennessee (0-3) Knoxville, Tenn.

W 1-0 L 2-3

1988

Maryville (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

2007

Memphis (1-0) Chapel Hill, N.C.*

W 1-0

2006

1992 1993 2006 2014 2015

Mercer (4-0-1) Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 Macon, Ga. W 4-2 Knoxville, Tenn. W 1-0 Macon, Ga. T 1-1 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. W, 1-0

1997 1998

Oklahoma State (0-1) Clemson, S.C.^ Oregon (1-1) Greensboro, N.C. Eugene, Ore.

2004 2005

Oregon State (1-1) Corvallis, Ore. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 (OT)

1988 1989 1992

Methodist (2-1) Fayetteville, N.C. L 0-3 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1 (OT) Fayetteville, N.C. W 4-0

2003 2006

Penn (0-1-1) Princeton, N.J. Greensboro, N.C.

2006

Miami (Fla.) (0-1) Greensboro, N.C.

2001 2004

Pittsburgh (2-0) Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

1989

Missouri-St. Louis (0-0-1) Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (OT)

1996

Portland (0-1) Greensboro, N.C.

L 0-3

1992

New Hampshire (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 3-2

Princeton (0-2) Princeton, N.J. Greensboro, N.C.

L 0-3 L 0-2

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 2001 2003 2006 2007 2007 2009 2011

North Carolina (0-12) Chapel Hill, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C.^ Chapel Hill, N.C.^ Chapel Hill, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C.^ Chapel Hill, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

2003 2004

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

1990

Quincy (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 1-0

Radford (5-3-1) Radford, Va. L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-2 Radford, Va. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1 Greensboro, N.C.& T 0-0 (OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 5-0 Radford, Va. W 4-2

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

NC State (7-6-3) Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 1-2 Greensboro, N.C. L 1-2 Raleigh, N.C. L 0-2 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 (OT) Raleigh, N.C. L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. T 0-0 (OT) Raleigh, N.C. L 2-3 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-3 Raleigh, N.C. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1

1988 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1994 1995 1996 1988

Randolph-Macon (1-0) Greensboro, N.C.

W 5-1

1990

Regis (1-0) Denver, Colo.

W 2-0

1999

Richmond (0-1) Richmond, Va.

L 0-4

1989

Roanoke (2-0) Roanoke, Va.

W 5-0

W 11-0

L 1-3

L 0-2 W 6-0 L 0-2

L 1-3

L 3-4 L 1-3 W 7-0 W 6-0

L 0-2

2007 2011

Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

L 1-2 L 0-2

1994 1996

Texas A&M (1-1) Greensboro, N.C. College Station, Texas

W 2-1 L 0-2

1993 1994

Towson (2-0) Greensboro, N.C. Towson, Md.

W 5-0 W 4-0

1993 1994

Tulsa (1-1) Greensboro, N.C. Tulsa, Okla.

L 2-3 W 2-0

1993 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 2012

UNC Asheville (5-1-1) Asheville, N.C. W 3-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-0 Asheville, N.C. W 3-2 Greensboro, N.C.& L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. W 4-2 Greensboro, N.C.& T 1-1 (4OT) Greensboro, N.C. W 7-0

2001 2003 2013

UNC Wilmington (3-0) Greensboro, N.C. W 3-2 (OT) Wilmington, N.C. W 2-1 Greenville, N.C. W 2-0

2008 2010

Utah (1-1) Greensboro, N.C. Athens, Ga.

1991 1992 1998

Vanderbilt (1-2) Greensboro, N.C. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn.^

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

1992

Villanova (1-0) Raleigh, N.C.

W 5-0

1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 2000

Virginia (0-6) Charlottesville, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Charlottesville, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va.^

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

2008 2009

VCU (2-0) Raleigh, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

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

W 2-1 W 1-0

The 2003 edition of the Spartans won the Southern Conference tournament title, topping Wofford, Appalachian State and Furman. UNCG then downed Wake Forest in the first round of the NCAA tournament before falling to eventual champion North Carolina.


1993 1996 1997 2001 2005 2006 2009 2011 2015

Virginia Tech (4-5) Greensboro, N.C. Blacksburg, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Blacksburg, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Blacksburg, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Blacksburg, Va.

W 6-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 2-3 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-4 L 0-2

2014 2015

VMI (2-0) Lexington, Va. Greensboro, N.C.

W 4-1 W, 3-1

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Wake Forest (3-12-1) Winston-Salem, N.C. L 2-3 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-2 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 0-3 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-5 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 2-4 Greensboro, N.C. L 1-3 Chapel Hill, N.C.^ W 2-1 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 2-3 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 0-1 Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (2OT) Winston-Salem, N.C. L 0-3 Greensboro, N.C. L 1-2 Winston-Salem, N.C. W 2-1 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-5 Winston-Salem, N.C. W 1-0

1997 1998 2013

Washington (1-2) Greensboro, N.C. L 0-5 Seattle, Wash. W 2-1 Honolulu, Hawaii L 0-1 (2OT)

1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Western Carolina (18-3-2) Cullowhee, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 Charleston, S.C.* W 3-1 Cullowhee, N.C. L 1-2 (2OT) Greenville, S.C.* W 2-1 (2OT) Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Cullowhee, N.C. W 1-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 Greensboro, N.C.* W 7-0 Cullowhee, N.C. W 2-1 Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (2OT) Cullowhee, N.C.* W 1-0 Cullowhee, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Mt. Pleasant, S.C.* T 0-0 (2OT) Cullowhee, N.C. W 3-0 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 Cullowhee, N.C. W 2-0 Greensboro, N.C. L 0-1 Cullowhee, N.C. W 2-0

2014 2015 2015

Cullowhee, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. *

W 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-1

2014

West Virginia (0-1) Morganton, WVa.

1999 2000 2000 2002 2006 2007

William & Mary (3-3) Greensboro, N.C. L 0-2 Williamsburg, Va. L 1-3 Greensboro, N.C.^ W 3-2 (2OT) Fairfax, Va. W 2-0 Williamsburg, Va. L 1-3 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0

L 0-2

Wofford (21-0-3) 1997 Spartanburg, S.C. W 4-3 1997 Charleston, S.C.* W 9-0 1998 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-1 1998 Greenville, S.C.* W 6-0 1999 Spartanburg, S.C. W 1-0 2000 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 2001 Spartanburg, S.C. W 3-0 2002 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-0 2003 Spartanburg, S.C. W 1-0 2003 Greensboro, N.C.* W 2-0 2004 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-0 2005 Spartanburg, S.C. W 2-0 2006 Greensboro, N.C. W 1-0 2007 Spartanburg, S.C. W 2-0 2008 Spartanburg, S.C. W 1-0 2009 Greensboro, N.C. W 3-0 2010 Spartanburg, S.C. W 3-0 2010 Greensboro, N.C.* W 1-0 2011 Greensboro, N.C. T 1-1 (OT2) 2012 Spartanburg, S.C. W 1-0 2013 Spartanburg, S.C. T 0-0 (2OT) 2013 Greensboro, N.C.* T 0-0 (2OT) 2014 Greensboro, N.C. W 2-1 2015 Spartanburg, S.C. W, 2-1 * Southern Conference tournament & Big South tournament ^ NCAA tournament

The 2008 squad completed UNCG’s third straight undefeated SoCon regular season and knocked off a ranked team in then-No. 15 Santa Clara.

Opponent Adelphi Air Force American Appalachian State Arkansas Army Ball State Barry Buffalo California Cal State Fullerton Campbell UCF Central Michigan Charleston Southern Charleston (W.Va.) Charlotte Chattanooga Cincinnati The Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Colorado College Davidson Dayton Denver Duke Duquesne East Carolina Eastern Kentucky East Tennesse State Elon Erskine Florida Florida International Florida State Francis Marion Fresno State Furman George Mason George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Guilford Hawai’i High Point Hofstra Indiana Indiana State James Madison Keene State Kentucky Kutztown Liberty Lenoir-Rhyne Louisville Loyola Chicago Lynchburg Marshall Maryland UMBC

W L T 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 16 2 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 6 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 0 3 4 0 16 3 1 0 2 0 15 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 0 15 3 1 0 1 0 23 5 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 13 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 10 3 0 17 1 2 3 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 14 12 3 3 6 2 1 0 0 1 4 0 14 6 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 8 5 2 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 6 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 0 4 0 0

Opponent W L T Maryville 1 0 0 Memphis 1 0 0 Mercer 4 0 1 Methodist 2 1 0 Miami (Fla.) 0 1 0 Missouri-St. Louis 0 0 1 New Hampshire 1 0 0 North Carolina 0 12 0 NC State 7 6 3 N.C. Wesleyan 2 0 0 Northern Colorado 1 0 0 Northwestern 0 1 0 Notre Dame 1 0 0 Ohio State 2 0 0 Old Dominion 5 3 0 Oklahoma State 0 1 0 Oregon 1 1 0 Oregon State 1 1 0 Penn 0 1 1 Pittsburgh 2 0 0 Portland 0 1 0 Princeton 0 2 0 Quincy 1 0 0 Radford 5 3 1 Randolph-Macon 1 0 0 Regis 1 0 0 Richmond 0 1 0 Roanoke 2 0 0 Salem 1 0 0 Samford 4 4 1 San Diego State 0 1 0 Santa Clara 1 1 0 South Alabama 1 0 0 South Carolina 1 3 0 Southern Cal 0 0 1 SMU 0 2 0 St. Andrew’s 2 0 0 Stanford 0 3 0 Stetson 1 0 0 Tennessee 0 3 0 Texas A&M 1 1 0 Towson 2 0 0 Tulsa 1 1 0 UNC Asheville 5 1 1 UNC Wilmington 3 0 0 Utah 1 1 0 Vanderbilt 1 2 0 Villanova 1 0 0 Virginia 0 6 0 Virginia Commonwealth 2 0 0 Virginia Tech 4 5 0 VMI 1 0 0 Wake Forest 3 12 1 Washington 1 2 0 Western Carolina 18 3 2 West Virginia 0 1 0 William & Mary 3 3 0 Wofford 21 0 3


ALL-TIME ROSTER AAAA Michelle Ackerman......................... 1994 Jaime Ableman............................2001-04 Jill Adams....................................1988-91 Shannon Alger................................. 2002 Liza Rojas-Alford........................1998-99 Lacy Allen....................................1990-93 Klarie Ake......................................... 2011 Dana Arrowood..........................1998-01 Liz Aruta........................................... 1990 Kelly Attayek...............................2006-09 Elizabeth Auwarter.....................1989-92

Jaime Ableman

Danika Baker

Shannon Donovan

Tracie Foels

Rakel Logadottir

BBBB Julie Baird......................................... 2001 Danika Baker..............................1994-98 Cat Barnekow..............................2009-12 Jill Barrett.....................................1999-02 Meg Barrett..................................1999-02 Dacia Beachum...........................2002-05 Deven Beachum..........................2002-06 Kristy Bell....................................1997-00 Kim Benningfield............................ 2002 Heather Bernard.........................1996-99 Tinna Bergthorsdottir................2011-12 Nicole Blake...................................... 1988 Melissa Boythe............................1998-01 Heather Bridgewater..................1992-93 Jennifer Bronson.........................2006-09 Amy Bullard................................1991-92 Katie Bullington..........................1994-97 Kim Burnette...............................1993-94 Chrissie Burns.................................. 1993 Megan Bynum.............................1998-01 CCCC Jessica Cafiero.................................. 1991 Jennifer Caldwell............................. 1990 Amy Cannon...............................1991-92 Shannon Carey............................1994-97 Amy Carnell................................2002-05 Julie Carson...................................... 1988 Christina Chai Chang................2011-13 Astrid Chedid.................................. 2003 Krista Chilauski............................... 1988 Stephanie Clark................................ 1992 Kathryn Clewley.........................1998-01 Kaysie Clemmons............................ 1995 Rachel Collins.............................2012-13 Caroline Corbeth........................1990-93 Jamie Corti..................................2004-08 Michelle Crowder.......................2003-06 Kelli Cummins................................. 1988 Keri Currutt.................................1995-98 DDDD Nicole Danford...........................2008-11 Natalie Daniel.................................. 1992 Karla Davis..................................2004-07 Tyson Davis.................................2002-05 Stephanie Dearlove.....................1993-96 Christine DeGregorio.............................. Nicollette DeLaine......................2002-05 Dareth Delles................................... 1998 KK Deutrich.......................2012-present Heather Deutschle......................2005-08 Andi Diffenderfer............................ 1988 Michelle Dines................................. 1989 Paula Domitrovits.......................1995-98 Katelynn Donovan.....................2007-08 Shannon Donovan......................2003-06 Skye Dregalla...............................2003-05 Courtney Duncan.......................1993-94 Katie Durst..................................2009-13 Heather Duryea..........................1988-91 Kate Dylag...................................1998-01 EEEE Bridget Eaton................................... 1993 Kristine Edner.................................. 1995 Ashley Eddleman...............2012-present Andrea Ellison................................. 1988 Elise Epp......................................1994-95 Teresa Ericsson...........................1993-94 Jaimey Etten................................2008-11 Katie Evans..................................2007-10 Amanda Eutzler............................... 2001

FFFF Carolin Feierabend.....................2005-08 Zoe Fishman......................2012-present Tracie Foels..................................1988-91 Candice Forbes..................2012-present Natalie Friddle................................. 1999 GGGG Christine Galke................................ 1999 Diana Gardner................................. 2003 Pa’tra Glavin................................1997-00 Shea Glaspey.................................... 2011 Joni Gomez....................................... 2002 Casey Godwin.............................2008-11 Amy Gray....................................1994-95 Meghan Guarnotta.....................1988-91 Jessi Gulledge..............................2009-12 Robyn Gurinsky..........................1989-90 Stephanie Guy.............................1991-94 HHHH Sam Haber........................................ 1991 Holly Hall......................................... 1995 Tiffany Hallenbeck.......................... 2003 Cara Hammond..........................2002-05 Carolyn Handy................................. 2007 Ashley Hartsell............................1993-94 Lauren Hein................................2009-12 Kelly Hobbs...................................... 1989 Jennifer Holder................................ 1989 Laura Hollingsworth....................... 1994 Ashley Horton.............................1998-01 Jordan Huber.......................... 1996-1999 Silke Huttig....................................... 1995 JJJJ Allie Jackson................................1992-95 Jessie Jay.......................................2003-06 Christine Jodrie..........................2005-06 Carol Johnson.................................. 1984 Harmony Johnson......................1995-96 Nitang Jones..................... 2009, 2011-12 KKKK Kati Kantanen.............................1995-97 Tina Karam.................................2007-09 Kelsey Kearney............................2008-11 Melyssa Kemp.................................. 1989 Jennifer Kennedy........................1999-02 Morgan Kennedy............................. 2010 Megen Kepley..............................2003-06 LLLL Lisa Leisten..................................1989-91 Kara Lee............................................ 1989 Liz Lee............................................... 1997 Liza Levine..................................1991-94 Carolyn Lindsay..........................2003-06 Rakel Logadottir.........................2001-04 Lauren Lopez..............................2006-09 Ali Lord........................................1995-98 Lauren Lover...............................2010-13

Mandy Owen...............................1988-90 PPPP Tabitha Padgett...........................2009-10 Meredith Paisley.........................2003-05 Brandy Palmer............................1991-94 Lynn Pantuosco............................... 1995 Jenn Partenheimer......................2007-10 Stephanie Partenheimer............2009-12 Jessica Patterson..........................2004-07 Alex Perry....................................2008-11 Holly Peterson.............................1988-89 Kristin Player................... 2007-09, 2011 Sherri Pollans................................... 1990 Kerry Powell................................1990-93 Heather Puckett..........................1990-93 RRRR Theresa Ramos................................. 1990 Sanna Rasanen................................. 1995 Tiffany Renard............................2000-03 Penny Rich...................................1992-95 Lisa Riggioni.................................... 1998 Jen Rincon...................................2007-10 Leigh Riordon.............................2006-09 Karina Rodriguez............................ 2011 Katherine Rodriguez..................2012-14 Kim Rosenberg...........................1994-97 Angie Rudy..................................1998-02 Sandy Rupolo..............................1989-90 Sally Rush......................................... 1993 Rori Rushing...............................1988-91 Katherine Ryan...........................2004-07 SSSS Brynn Saunders............................... 2000 Zoe Schlegel..................................... 1999 Stine Schoening............................... 2010 Kristen Schmidbauer...................... 2010 Lara Schmitz...............................1988-89 Joy Scott.......................................1993-96 Dani Scouler................................1992-93 Meredith Seawell........................1999-01 Karin Sendel................................2011-12 Paula Shelton...............................1988-90 Rebecca Shivers...........................1998-01 Jamie Simmons...........................2012-13 Kory Spotts....................................... 2010 Emilie Stewart.............................2004-06 Cheryl Stewart............................2000-03 Jennifer Stillman.........................2002-05 Hilary Stocker.............................1990-93 Ashley Stokes..............................2011-14 Becky Sutorius............................1990-94

Kelsey Kearney

Jen Partenheimer

TTTT Dana Tilley..................................1995-97 Millicent Thorton............................ 1990 Mary Kate Towne.......................2004-08 Katherin Trevillian.....................1999-02 UUUU

MMMM Raila Maisonlahti........................1994-97 Melissa Malick................................. 1993 Margaret Malloy.........................1991-95 Tanell Martin...............................1989-90 Tara McCarroll................................. 1991 Casey McCavitt................................ 2011 Lynsey McLean...........................1997-01 Kelly Merriss...............................1994-97 Lea Meyer......................................... 1991 Kara Mirarchi..............................2000-01 Heather Mitrisin.........................2005-09 Jenny Moore................................1997-00 Kristi Munchel............................1996-97 Ellen Murray.................................... 1988 Kelly Murphy..............................2001-05 Kimberly Murphy............................ 2008 Laura Mussulman.......................1988-91

VVVV Barrie Vogel.................................2007-09 Becca Voss...................................2005-06

NNNN Deana Nowak..............................1992-93

Active players in bold

OOOO Kaytee O’Brien............................2010-11 Lisa O’Brien.................................1988-91 Jenna Olson...................................... 2010

Meghan Guarnotta

WWWW Liz Wedemeyer...........................1992-95 Chesney White...................2012-present Ashlee Wilhelmsen.....................2010-11 Erika Williams................................. 1988 Susie Williams.............................1992-95 Jennifer Withrow........................1999-01 Tracey Withrow..........................2000-03 Tracy Wolf..........................2012-present Janice Wols..................................1989-90

Heather Puckett

ZZZZ Amanda Zimmerman................2004-05

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Franklin D. Gilliam Jr. - Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. was elected as the eleventh Chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, by the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina, effective September 8, 2015. Chancellor-Elect Gilliam brings to UNCG and the UNC system a wealth of experience from a career that spans over thirty years in higher education. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Gilliam served as Dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs for seven years and Board of Trustees was a longtime UCLA Professor of Public Policy and Political Charles Blackmon Science. His research focused on strategic communications, Frances Bullock public policy, electoral politics, and racial and ethnic politics. Linda Carlisle As Dean of UCLA Luskin, Gilliam shepherded a $50 million naming gift, and he led the Vanessa Carroll school’s charge to redefine its critical advantage and transform its scholarly and practical influNathan Duggins ence with innovation and impact. Dr. Gilliam launched UCLA Luskin’s strategic plan in October Brad Hayes 2011 with such new initiatives as Global Public Affairs, Digital Cities, Inequality and DemocRandall R. Kaplan racy, Arts and Culture Policy, and Leadership, Dr. Gilliam focused on identifying society’s most M. Lee McAllister pressing problems and establishing the school as a leader in addressing these concerns. Ward Russell Prior to his appointment as Dean at UCLA, Gilliam served as the inaugural Associate Vice Dr. Richard L. Morre Chancellor of Community Partnerships in the University of California system from 2002 to Susan M. Safran 2008. As Vice Chancellor, he championed UCLA’s civic engagement by supporting engaged Harriett Smalls scholarship and community collaborations to improve the quality of life for residents of Los Angeles. David Sprinkle Dr. Gilliam is the author of Farther to Go: Readings and Cases in African-American Politics Simone Stephens (Harcourt Brace) and his work has been published in many leading academic journals. He is (SGA President) frequently interviewed or cited by national and international news outlets such as CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR, HuffingtonPost and the BBC. Gilliam is a senior fellow with the FrameWorks Institute (winner of the 2015 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions), where he has served as director for the “Framing Race in America” project and has contributed to research and training on health care, racial equity, early child development, youth and rural issues, and criminal justice. Gilliam chairs the Board of Trustees for the Blue Shield of California Foundation, and serves on the boards of Southern California Grantmakers, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and FrameWorks Institute. He was honored with the 2015 Upton Sinclair Award by the Liberty Hill Foundation for his renowned work advancing civic engagement and commitment to social justice. Twice nominated for UCLA’s Luckman Distinguished Teaching Award, Gilliam has also taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grinnell College and the University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, and was a Visiting Scholar at Brandeis University. In addition, he taught at Columbia University, Fisk University and Middle Tennessee State University with former Vice President Al Gore. Dr. Gilliam received his B.A. from Drake University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Iowa.


Kim Record - Director of Athletics Kim Record is in her eighth year as the Director of Athletics at UNCG in 2015-16. Record was named to the post Sept. 27, 2009 and leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in 17 sports, over 250 student-athletes and 70 employees. She was recently honored as one of 28 Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year award recipients at the 2014 NACDA Convention in Orlando in the NCAA Division I-AAA category. Since arriving, Record has reshaped and revamped the athletic department across the board. UNCG has seen improvements on the field and has stimulated interest within the campus and Greensboro communities. During her first five years at UNCG, Record has implemented ‘The Spartan Way’ strategic plan in an effort to ensure the continued success and future improvement of Spartan Athletics. The plan includes five core values and six goals for the department summarized with the motto – ‘We discover and develop champions in life.’ Record has guided UNCG to success on and off the court during her time in Greensboro. In 2011-12 alone, the Spartans posted five regular season titles under her watch, including championship banners in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s tennis and a divisional title in men’s basketball. UNCG also had five Southern Conference Player of the Year award winners and five conference Coach of the Year honorees last season. The Spartans have excelled in the classroom, having 92 student-athletes named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll in 2011-12. Additionally, UNCG senior cross country student-athlete Ashley Schnell earned an NCAA winter sport postgraduate scholarship. Schnell and men’s soccer student-athlete Peyton Ford picked up SoCon postgraduate scholarship honors. Women’s basketball student-athlete Amy Clapper also earned the NCAA Women’s Enhancement post-graduate scholarship. Record guided UNCG through the NCAA Division I Certification process in 201112, which must be completed at least once every 10 years. The certified designated denotes that an institution operates its athletics program in compliance with operating principles adopted by the Division I membership. Record, who served on the NCAA Championships cabinet in 2012-13, is also the vice-chair of the Greensboro Sports Commission, an active member with the Greensboro Rotary, a member of the Greensboro Sports Council and a member of the Women’s Professional Forum. Record, in conjunction with Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady, helped develop school spirit-building campaigns such as Move In, Sunday Funday, Go Blue Preview and Blue & Gold Fridays. Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which underwent a major shift in men’s basketball. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10 and enjoyed success last season under SoCon Coach of the Year Wes Miller winning the North Division title. The Spartans will play in the Greensboro Coliseum for the fourth year in 2012-13, hosting 15 games in one of the premier facilities in the region. Record coordinates fundraising and operation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She oversees efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. The Spartan Club surpassed its annual scholarship fund goal for the 2012 fiscal year and set a new all-time record for the scholarship fund. The Spartan Club increased its annual scholarship fund by 20.7% over last year’s mark, increasing their efforts by over $50,000 and surpassing the previous high that was set in 1987. Record also has a lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities development. She helped complete the facility upgrades at the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovations of the HHP locker room facilities. The 12,000 square foot HHP facility hosts team lounges, shower facilities and general locker room areas for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s cross country and track, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and softball. Within the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Record has served on both the executive committee and the Director’s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Women’s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated from Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 26 who lives in California and Josh, 21, a junior student-athlete at the College of Charleston.


The Spartan Club The mission of the Spartan Club is to secure the financial support that provides our student-athletes with the opportunities to achieve athletic and academic excellence. MONTHLY DRAFT OF CREDIT CARD The Spartan Club can draft your credit card account on a monthly basis. Drafts may be authorized on the pledge form. MATCHING GIFTS Many companies have a matching gifts program that doubles the value of your gift. Consult your employer for information concerning a matching gift for higher education in support of scholarships for student-athletes. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with your gift. ENDOWMENTS Athletic endowments provide a perpetual source of funding for our student-athlete scholarships and can also support team operational budgets. These gifts ensure financial support in perpetuity. It allows your generosity and your named legacy to live on as a permanent part of UNCG Athletics. BEQUESTS, STOCKS & SPECIAL GIFTS When you name the UNCG Spartan Club as a beneficiary in your will or establish a life-income trust, you help to ensure the lasting strength and vitality of the athletic program at UNCG. Bequests, trusts and gifts of appreciated securities, insurance policies and real estate may offer you excellent tax advantages as well. We welcome an opportunity to discuss these giving options with you.

Endowed Athletic Scholarships A name endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to a student-athlete on an annual baisis. Lynne C. Agee James H. Allen Alma W. Barrier Smith Barrier William S. Barrier Richard A. and Sharon M. Beavers Irwin Belk Aaron Bobb Nelson E. Bobb Richard Brenner Jim and Lynn Burgio Michael and Nancy Burke Marge Burns Bush Family Bobbi Carson Celebration of Women in Sport Mildred Curlee Cooper Caroline McHardy Elliot Michael B. Fleming Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Stanley and Dorothy Frank Athena and Gus Gallins J. Douglas Galyon Ellen Griffin

Lester Earl Gross, III Doug Hamilton Charles A. Hayes George G. Hoyle and Kathleen A. Kelly Becky Jackson Nathan W. and Robyn E. Jameson David Bates Knight C. Thomas Martin Karl Mayer Jim Melvin Charles C. Moyer Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Michael H. Parker Frederick S. and Madelyn S. Phillips Nancy Ann Porter Charles M. Reid Malinda B. and David L. Richbourg Safrit-Ennis Rayna Matea Taylor Edward and Carolyn Uprichard Vann, Frances and Linda L. Warren H. Michael Weaver

Annual Scholarships An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period Bill and Laura Barrier Richard and Shari Beavers Chris and Laura Bott Linda Brady and Steve Heyer David and Martha Brown Marc and Janis Bush Mike and Cherry Callahan Randy and Amanda Clarida Craig and Carmela Cook Larry and Judy Garner Graphic Visual Solutions, Inc. Hawthorne Residential Partners Brad and Kim Hayes Scott and Jennifer Henegar Ray and Mary Lou Holoman Joe and Cindy Hughes Becky Jackson Kurt and Joy Kronenfeld Pete and Kathy LaMuraglia LindBrook Development

Charles Byrnes and Bud Matthews Mike and Jill Murray Dale and Barbara Phipps Piedmont Orthopedic Association Mark and Lisa Reynolds David and Jami Schuck David and Pam Sprinkle Mike and Jeanne Twilley Steve and Debbie Vetter Well Spring Retirement Community Jim and Brenda Wilson Art and Mary Winstead David and Cheryl Wyrick


Women’s Soccer Enrichment Fund You can now make a gift to the UNCG women’s soccer program through an enrichment fund for their sport. Each donation will see 80% go directly to the women’s soccer program to help fund the team’s highest priorities and 20% goes into the athletic scholarship fund, which supports all athletic scholarships, including men’s soccer, so 100% of your gift is going to help the women’s soccer program. If you are interested in making a gift to the men’s soccer enrichment fund, contact the Spartan Club office at 336-334-5156.

Spartan Club Staff Craig Fink, Associate AD for Advancement Mike Roach, Director of the Spartan Club Rachel Farlow, Assistant Director of the Spartan Club Susan McDonald, Athletic Development Assistant Tatiana Alcala, Spartan Club Intern

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-4063 www.spartanclub.org


UNCG ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME 2014 Hall of Fame Class

1985 Men’s Soccer Team

Team Inductions

1986 Men’s Soccer Team

1987 Men’s Soccer Team

1982 Men’s Soccer Team

(Inducted 2004) Won the first national championship of any kind for UNCG, competing in the AIAW National Tournament in Massachusetts … defeated Rollins College on the final hole for the championship.

(Inducted 2004) Won the NCAA Division III National Championship without a home field … facilities at UNCG were under renovation at the time, forcing the team to play its games at near-by Grimsley High School … the team finished 19-3-0, including a 3-0 win over Wake Forest during the regular season and a 2-1 win over Plymouth State in double overtime in the NCAA quarterfinals.

1981-82 Women’s Basketball Team

1983 Women’s Tennis Team

1973 Women’s Golf Team

(Inducted 2007) National runners-up in the first-ever NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Tournament … amassed a record of 25-3, losing in overtime at Elizabethtown College (Pa.) … began a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons for the women’s basketball program.

(Inducted 2008) With four freshmen and two sophomores, team compiled a 20-4 record, including 14-2 in the spring, and finished the NCAA Division III national runners-up … Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

1994 Baseball Team 1983 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 23-1-1 on the year, including outscoring its seven conference foes by a combined 44-1. Twelve of its first 13 matches were won by shutout. Won a then-NCAA record 23 matches, including rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the national title match to defeat Claremont.

1995-96 Men’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2012) The 1995-96 men’s basketball team was the first men’s basketball team to reach the NCAA Division I Tournament after posting a 20-10 overall record and an 11-3 mark in Big South Conference play ... The Spartans, under the direction of head coach Randy Peele, won the Big South Tournament title in just their second appearance all-time, posting victories over Coastal Carolina (78-67), Charleston Southern (69-60) and Liberty (69-53) ... UNCG advanced to the NCAA Tournament at the Southeast Region in Orlando, Fla., falling to No. 7 Cincinnati, 66-61.

(Inducted 2010) The 1994 Spartan baseball squad became the first team in school history to record a victory in an NCAA tournament at the Division I level … In just its fourth year of existence, UNCG went 39-18 on the way to a Big South Conference title and 2-2 at the NCAA South Regional, defeating Southeast Louisiana and Tulane while falling twice to national power Southern California. 1987-88 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2013) The 1987-88 women’s basketball team becomes the eighth team inducted into the UNCG Hall of Fame ... The squad posted a 26-7 overall record and a 13-1 mark in conference play before advancing all the way to the NCAA Division III National Semifinals ... The Spartans’ 26 wins are second most in program history, while their 13 conference wins are the most in program history ... The Spartans owned one of the most prolific scoring teams in program history in 1987-88 as they broke the 100-point barrier seven times that season ... Additionally, that team still holds five of the top eight single-game scoring outputs in program history, including a program-record 139 points against Averett College. ... In fact, the victory over Averett was the largest in program history as UNCG won by 100 points (139-39).


“The Big Five” (shown left to right) Chuck Hayes, Mike Weaver, Jim Melvin, Stanley Frank, Charlie Reid

Mike Berticelli - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … guided UNCG to 70-9-5 record (86.3%) in four seasons.

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Participated from 195256 at Women’s College … competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

Jill Masterman - Field Hockey (Inducted 2000) In the days of AIAW, a four-year standout on field hockey team and was a co-captain as a senior in 1977.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-toback Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … two-time Division III All-American (1983 and 1984) … No. 1 draft pick in the 1985 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Dallas Sidekicks.

Jim Allen - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Former vice chancellor for student affairs … had oversight on program’s move from Division III to I.

Marge Burns - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Holds record of 10 North Carolina State Amateur Golf titles … named Carolinas Outstanding Amateur five times … qualified and played in 14 USGA Amateur Championships, as well as six US Open Tournaments.

Lewis Johnstone - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to three straight national playoff appearances … third all-time leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran Administrator (Inducted 2000) Served as Chancellor from 1979-94 … guided UNCG from Division III to Division I in 1991 … created the Spartan Club.

Bruce Shaw - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG’s first-ever men’s basketball teams … scored 1,401 points, becoming UNCG’s first 1,000-point scorer … two-time All-Dixie Conference honoree.

Mike Burke - Supporter (Inducted 2001) Led UNCG’s charge in scholarship fundraising … created first athletic endowment in 1987 … raised funds toward a total endowment now valued at more than $4 million.

Mike Fleming - Supporter (Inducted 2000) UNCG supporter for more than two decades … UNCG named its basketball gymnasium the Michael Fleming Gymnasium on Dec. 1, 1994.

Ethel Martus Lawther - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Served 26 years as head of Department of Physical Education (194871) … developed both men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs after Women’s College became UNCG in 1963.

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (1985-89) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to state NCAIAW title and AIAW regional appearance in 1972 … led UNCG in scoring for four straight seasons and finished with 1,347 career points.

Renee Coltrane - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2001) All-American as a junior (1983-84) … first women’s basketball player to exceed 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.


Jason Haupt - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2001) Two-time first-team All-American … led UNCG to a Division III national championship in 1987 … UNCG’s all-time leader in goals scored with 77.

Carol Mann - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2002) LPGA Hall of Fame member … earned 38 LPGA victories in 22 years on tour.

Laura Mussulman - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Member of first women’s soccer team … UNCG’s first great goalkeeper in women’s soccer with 18 career shutouts.

Ellie Jones - Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2003) One of UNCG’s most versatile student-athletes ever as she excelled in tennis, basketball and field hockey from 1969-73.

Lynne Agee - Women’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2004) The first active head coach to be enshrined … first coach in NCAA history to lead her team to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions … more than 500 career wins to her credit.

Brian Moehler - Baseball (Inducted 2005) UNCG’s first player to be drafted in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft … earned UNCG’s first-ever win over a Division I opponent and went onto pitch for Detroit and Florida in the major leagues.

Pat Hielscher - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2001) Coached UNCG’s first volleyball team in 1970 … guided Spartans to a 106-30 record and a NCAIAW state title in 1974.

Tom Martin - Men’s Basketball, Supporter (Inducted 2002) UNCG’s first male president of Alumni Board of Directors … served as tri-captain of the first two UNCG men’s basketball teams.

Maxine Allen - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2001) Garnered national attention as duckpin bowler … set world records and earned a top national ranking.

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (198083) … member of 1982 and 1983 NCAA III national championship teams … led the team in scoring in 1981 and 1982 and was a first-team All-American in 1983.

Dr. David B. Knight - Administrator (Inducted 2004) Not only a leader in the transition from Division III to Division I, but a leader on the national scene as UNCG’s Faculty Athletics Representative … became the only FAR to serve on the Div. I, II and III levels … served as chair of the NCAA’s first Division I Academics / Eligibility / Compliance Cabinet and served as a consultant to the NCAA on numerous academic reform issues.

Michael Parker - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2005) Second active coach to be inducted (first male) … winner of more than 400 collegiate matches, including more than 300 at UNCG … led Spartans to NCAA Division III national championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

Wendy Engelmann-Gettings - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2002) Scored 1,378 points and dished out a school-record 574 assists … was a third-team All-American in 1983-84.

Andrew Mehalko - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Led UNCG to three (1983, 1985 and 1986) NCAA Division III national championships in his four seasons with the Spartans.

Elizabeth House - Media / Supporter (Inducted 2003) Former sports writer for The Carolinian and The News & Record covering UNCG athletics.

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball (Inducted 2003) Volleyball standout at UNCG (1970-73) … active contributor to the sport through coaching … part of officiating crew at 1996 Olympics and 1993 World University Games.

Winn Hazlegrove - Softball (Inducted 2005) Three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree … one of UNCG’s greatest softball players, still ranked in the Top 10 in 20 statistical categories at the time of her induction (10 years after her graduation).

Nancy Porter, Women’s Golf Coach (Inducted 2005) One of the pioneers of women’s athletics at UNCG … coached the UNCG women’s golf team to the 1973 national championship … also considered one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, participating in women’s golf in the 1940s.


Liz Gremillion - Volleyball (Inducted 2006) One of the best setters to ever play for the Spartans, recording over 4,000 assists in her career … named 1995 Big South Conference Player of the Year.

Jo Ann Messick - Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970’s … four-year standout in field hockey, earning Deep South All-Star accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

Tonka Maynor - Baseball (Inducted 2007) Ten years after graduation, still ranked on the top 10 list at UNCG in every offensive statistical category … hit .363 in his four seasons at UNCG, logging 239 hits … holds UNCG record for career RBI with 171.

Larry Hargett - Men’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2007) Coached UNCG to its first NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament berth, coming at the Division III level … finished the 1979-80 season 16-12 to earn its first NCAA bid.

Cathy Roberts - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Has spent virtually entire career - beginning as a student - working in athletics at UNC Greensboro, overseeing athletic facilities and operations and serving as the Senior Women’s Administrator.

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball (Inducted 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in top six in 12 offensive categories … led UNCG to 14986-2 mark and three NCAA play-in series during her time at UNCG.

Scott Hartzell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2006) Led UNCG to its first Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid, in which UNCG nearly upset Cincinnati … graduated as UNCG’s all-time leading scorer and set every UNCG 3-point shooting standard in his career … led the team in scoring in three of his four seasons.

Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator (Inducted 2006) Pioneer in men’s athletics at UNCG … served as men’s basketball coach from 1968-75 and started men’s golf program, serving as coach from 1967-79 … also served as the university’s second Men’s Intercollegiate Division Coordinator.

Becky Morgan - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2007) One of the most notable athletic alumni as a member of the LPGA Tour … won the Big South individual championship three times and earned Big South Player of the Year (1995, 1996, 1997) … a three-time All-American, won medalist honors 10 times … qualified for the NCAA Regional all four years, earning a spot in the national event three times … an Academic All-American in 1997.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Served as the Coordinator of Women’s Athletics until her passing in 1974, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer (Inducted September 2008) Three-time All-American and two-time Academic All-American … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 185 points, recording 75 goals and 35 assists in his four seasons.

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team All-American selection in 1979 ... was the first male student-athlete to earn All-American honors in any sport ... finished 10th in the 1979 NCAA Division III Championship.

Dock Kelly - Wrestling (Inducted 2006) One of UNCG’s first-ever qualifiers for the NCAA Championships (1996) … compiled a 50-34 mark despite competing with birth defects that left him without part of an arm and a leg. Honored by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with its Medal of Courage.

Ali Lord - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2007) UNCG’s record holder for single-season and career goals … tallied 20 or more goals in three seasons … had a single-season record 26 goals in 1996, earning All-American honors … Big South Player of the Year in 1996 and SoCon Player of the Year in 1998.

Nelson Bobb - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) UNCG’s Director of Athletics for more than 25 years … Led the program through its transition from Division III to Division II to Division I and from the Big South Conference into the Southern Conference.

Dr. Frank Pleasants - Administrator (Inducted 2007) Served as the Coordinator of Men’s Athletics, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG beginning in 1967.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling (Inducted 2008) Compiled a 98-25 mark in his four seasons at UNCG, qualifying for three NCAA championships to make him the first male to qualify for an NCAA championship as an individidual … was UNCG’s winningest wrestler for 11 years.

Christine Hornak - Softball (Inducted 2009) Won 52 games over two seasons pitching for UNCG. Led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997 while earning Big South Pitcher of the Year honors.


Missi Olson Kovachev - Volleyball (Inducted 2009) Led UNCG to 108 wins in her four seasons as a Spartan, despite the program being in transition during its climb to Division I ... helped the Spartans to 32 wins and an NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 1990 ... compiled 1,600 career kills.

Alex Lehnhoff - Men’s Tennis (Inducted 2010) The 1999 Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year … as a junior, he won the Southern Conference’s No. 1 flight singles title … won a school-record 27 matches in 1996-97, a mark that stood for 13 years … went 94-37 in singles play during his career and also won more than 60 doubles matches.

Melinda Goodson - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) One of just two women’s basketball players to have her number retired, Goodson (1997-2000) finished her career as the school’s No. 2 all-time leading scorer with 1,464 points – tops in UNCG’s Division I era ... Led the Spartans to their first NCAA Division I tournament appearance in 1998 as UNCG posted a 21-8 overall record.

Dominic Pattie - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartans, playing second base and helping UNCG post a 148-78 record ... Holds the career records for hits (299), runs (218), at-bats (867) and stolen bases (115), while ranking third all-time in total bases (400) ... Third Team All-America honoree in 1997 when he helped the Spartans post a program-record 45 victories.

Melody Cope - Softball Head Coach (Inducted 2013) Melody Cope was the Spartans’ softball head coach for six seasons from 1992-1997 and led UNCG to a 220-129-3 record (.629) during her tenure ... She is the all-time leader in wins in UNCG softball history and helped the Spartans to four conference tournament championships along with four appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

Ty Buckner - Administrator (Inducted 2010) Helped build the foundation of the Athletics Hall of Fame and served as the school’s first-ever full-time sports information director when the university was transitioning from Division III to Division I.

Eric Cuthrell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) Two-time First-Team AllBig South selection and a key member of UNCG’s first Division I NCAA Tournament squad ... Scored 983 points, grabbed 859 rebounds and blocked a then-UNCG career record 183 shots ... Led the Spartans to a Big South Conference Tournament championship and subsequent NCAA Tournament berth in 1996.

Doug Hamilton - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2011) Four-year letter winner (1981-83, 1985) at UNCG and was a key member of three NCAA Division III national championship squads (1982-83, 1985) ... A co-captain in 1985, Hamilton was a first-team all-South Region and all-Dixie Conference selection in 1985. UNCG was 78-11-2 (.868) during his four seasons.

Jack Poland - Women’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2012) Spent 13 seasons at the helm of the Spartans, guiding UNCG from its inaugural season in 1988 through the transition to NCAA Division I ... Led his teams to a 163-92-8 record (.620) during his career and seven regular season titles in the Big South and Southern Conferences (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 & 2000).

Raila Maisonlahti - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2010) During her four seasons (1994-97), the Spartans compiled a 59-234 mark, including a perfect 22-0-0 record in Big South and Southern Conference play … the 1997 squad set school marks for wins (19), shutouts (13), overall points, goals and assists.

Tere Dail - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2011) Served as UNCG’s women’s volleyball head coach from 1979-1999, amassing a career record of 490-259 (.654), leading the Spartans to four NCAA Tournaments and 14 seasons of 20 or more victories ...Dail’s victory total represents a UNCG record, 384 more than second place. Her 1984 & 1989 teams set the school record for wins in a season with 34.

Jason Parsons - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartan baseball program as a right-handed pitcher, helping UNCG post a 148-78 record during his career ... Spartans’ all-time leader in wins (34) and saves (19), while placing second in appearances (118), third in innings pitched (324.2) and fourth in career ERA (3.31) ... Owns a 34-8 career record.

David Whiteside - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2012) Two-year letterwinner for the Spartans as a post player, helping UNCG to a 33-20 overall record and a 22-6 mark in the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ... Averaged 16.4 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per contest in 51 outings while connecting on 64.0 percent (319-of-560) from the field and 86.2 percent (200-of-232) from the free throw line in his career.

Alejandro Moreno - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2013) Alejandro Moreno was a four-year letterwinner and starter for the men’s soccer program from 1998-2001 helping the Spartans record a 57-27-3 record (.672) during his career ... He was a fourtime First Team All-Region selection and a four-time All-Conference recipient.

Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402

2016 UNCG Women's Soccer Digital Guide  
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