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2009 UNCP WOMEN’S SOCCER Aug. 20, 2009 Aug. 27, 2009 Aug. 29, 2009 Sep. 9, 2009 Sep. 12, 2009 Sep. 15, 2009 Sep. 16, 2009 Sep. 19, 2009 Sep. 22, 2009 Sep. 26, 2009

at Belmont Abbey (Exh.) at Mount Olive at Lenoir-Rhyne ST. ANDREWS at Columbus State* QUEENS ERSKINE FLAGLER* at Wingate at Montevallo*

4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

Oct. 3, 2009 Oct. 7, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 13, 2009 Oct. 17, 2009 Oct. 21, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 28, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009

at Clayton State * 3:30 p.m. 5 p.m. USC AIKEN* GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN* 1 p.m. 7 p.m. at Catawba LANDER* 4:30 p.m. at Georgia College* 5 p.m. ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC* 6 p.m. at Barton 5 p.m. at North Georgia* 1 p.m. * indicates Peach Belt Conference Event

Nov. 3, 2009 Nov. 6, 2009 Nov. 8, 2009 Nov. 13, 2009 Nov. 15, 2009 Nov. 20, 2009 Nov. 22, 2009 Dec. 4, 2009 Dec. 6, 2009

PBC Tournament (Campus Sites) PBC Tournament (Augusta Ga.) PBC Tournament (Augusta, Ga.) NCAA Tournament First Round (Campus Sites) NCAA Tournament Second Round (Campus Sites) NCAA Tournament Third Round (Campus Sites) NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals (Campus Sites) NCAA Tournament Semifinals (Tampa, Fla.) NCAA Tournament Championship (Tampa, Fla.)

2009 Women’s Soccer Roster

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Back Row (L to R): Anna Svensson, Brittany Greaves, Jenessa Mikolowski, Elke Groothuis, Amber Fillhart, Rea Segoviano, Emily DesJarlais, Jenny Irvine, Heather Jones, Rebecca Womack. Front Row (L to R): Fanny Forsman, Ashley Anctil, Cassie Adams, Britney Joiner, Karmi Dagnachew, Sam Dunn, Faye Corbett, Sheena Mature, Andrea Collen, Melanie Kiser, Brittany Padilla.

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Lady Braves Soccer 2009 OFFICIAL SOCCER GUIDE General Info Quick Facts/Media Outlets .......................................................... 2 UNCPBraves.com ....................................................................... 3 NCAA Recruiting ....................................................................... 4 NCAA History and Values .......................................................... 5 CHAMPS/Life Skills .................................................................. 6 Peach Belt Conference ................................................................. 7 2009 Opponents .......................................................................... 8 2009 Preview ............................................................................ 10

History H i 2008 Game Summaries ............................................................ 42 2008 Season Statistics ...............................................................46 2008 PBC Review .....................................................................47 UNCP Records ....................................................................... 48 Series Records ..........................................................................48 Awards and Honors .................................................................49 Year-by-Year Results ................................................................50

The Lady Braves Head Coach Lars Andersson ..................................................... 14 Asst. Coach Pauline Privitera .................................................... 15 Support Staff ............................................................................ 16 2009 Roster ............................................................................... 18 Squad Analysis ......................................................................... 19 Cassie Adams ...................................................................... 20 Faye Corbett ........................................................................ 21 Karmi Dagnachew .............................................................. 22 Emily DesJarlais .................................................................. 23 Sam Dunn ........................................................................... 24 Brittany Greaves .................................................................. 25 Jenny Irvine ........................................................................ 26 Britney Joiner ...................................................................... 27 Heather Jones ...................................................................... 28 Melanie Kiser ...................................................................... 29 Sheena Mature .................................................................... 30 Rebecca Womack ................................................................ 31 Ashley Anctil ...................................................................... 32 Andrea Collén ......................................................................32 Fanny Forsman .................................................................... 33 Elke Groothuis ..................................................................... 33 Janessa Mikolowski ............................................................. 34 Brittany Padilla ................................................................... 34 Rea Segoviano ..................................................................... 35 Anna Svensson .................................................................... 35

UNC Pembroke Dr. Charles R. Jenkins, UNCP Chancellor .................................54 Dan Kenney, Athletic Director ................................................. 55 The University ..........................................................................56 Student Life ............................................................................ 60 Athletic Facilities .....................................................................62 Varsity Grounds ...................................................................... 64

Credits: The 2009 UNC Pem-

broke Women’s Soccer Guide is an official publication of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Athletic Department and was written, compiled, designed and edited by Media Relations Assistant Carlie Boese. Cover and graphic creation by Boese. Additional assistance provided by Todd Anderson and Matt Pellegrin. Photographs by Raul Rubiera and Bobby Ayers.

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UNCP Quick Facts

UNC Pembroke Information

Location: ........................................................... Pembroke, N.C. C C. Founded: ............................................................................1887 7 Enrollment: ..................................................................... 6,664 4 d Colors: ............................................................. Black and Gold Nickname: ..................................................................... Braves es Mascot: ........................................................... Redtailed Hawk wk k Conference: .............................................Peach Belt Conference ce National Affiliation: ...................................... NCAA Division IIII Chancellor: .............................................. Dr. Charles R. Jenkins ns Director of Athletics: .............................................. Dan Kenney ey y Senior Women’s Administrator: ........................... Robin Langley ey Faculty Representative: ..................................... Dr. Jeff Fredrick ck Director of Athletic Compliance: ........................... Khary McGhee ee n Head Women’s Soccer Coach: ............................ Lars Andersson 1 Record at UNCP: .................................................... 87-56-11 Career Record: .......................................................277-92-14 4 42 2 Soccer Office Phone: ........................................ 910.521.6442 raa Asst. Women’s Soccer Coach: ............................ Pauline Privitera tt Game Operations Manager: ..................................... Jake Barkett C Head Athletic Trainer: ........................ Michael Blackburn, ATC C Asst. Athletic Trainer: ................................ Skye Livermore, ATC nt Strength Coach: ..................................................... Joey Hannant d Asst. Strength Coach: ............................................ Omar Ahmad -1 2008 Game Record: .......................................................... 19-3-1 d) 2008 Peach Belt Record (Finish): ........................ 6-1-1 PBC (2nd) 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: .........................................13/12 Newcomers: ............................................................................. 7

Media Relations

Key Athletic Dept. Phone #s

A Athletic Dept.: ......................................................... 910.521.6227 McGee Khary, Director of Athletic Compliance: ............. 775.4108 M Langley, Robin, Senior Women’s Administrator: .............. 521.6809 L B Barkett, Jake, Game Operations Manager: ....................... 521.6227 Hannant, Joey, Head Strength Coach: .............................. 775.4257 H B Boese, Carlie, Women’s Soccer SID: ................................ 775.4353 B Blackburn, Michael ATC, Head Athletic Trainer: ............. 522.5727

Media Outlets The Robesonian T Phone: ...........................................................910.739.4322 Fax: .............................................................. 910.739.6553 The Fayetteville Observer T Phone: ...........................................................800.682.3476 Fax: .............................................................. 910.486.3545 The Pine Needle (UNCP Student Paper) T Phone: ...........................................................910.521.6204 Fax: .............................................................. 910.522.5795 The Laurinburg Exchange T Phone: ...........................................................910.276.2311 Fax: .............................................................. 910.276.3811

The Red Springs Citizen T Phone: ...........................................................910.843.8171 Athletic Media Relations Director: ...................... Todd Anderson n Fax: ............................................................................. NA Assistant Media Relations Director: ...................... Matt Pellegrin n Media Relations Assistant: ...................................... Carlie Boesee or R Administrative Assistant: .............................. Regenia H. Maynor Raleigh News & Observer SID Phone: ............................................................ 910.775.4353 3 Phone: ...........................................................919.829.4500 SID Fax: ................................................................ 910.521.6551 1 Fax: .............................................................. 919.829.4888 Internet Address: ............................................ UNCPBraves.com m Address: C Charlotte Observer Phone: ...........................................................704.358.5125 Regular Mail Overnight Mail Fax: .............................................................. 704.358.5110 Athletic Media Relations Athletic Department Athletic Department 1 University Drive The Robeson Journal T P.O. Box 1510 Pembroke, NC 28372 Phone: ...........................................................910.738.1996 Pembroke, NC 28372 Fax: .............................................................. 910.738.1998

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UNCPBRAVES.com Your Braves Sports Page! Get the latest in Braves sports news via the official internet home of UNC Pembroke athletics. Visit the UNCP home page 24 hours a day for scores, stats and other information on every intercollegiate sport in Pembroke. UNCPBraves.com also offers real-time game statistics for many of UNCP athletic contests, which allows fans from around the world to follow the action as it happens. In addition, listen to live calls of all football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, soccer, softball and volleyball games.

Pembroke Ranked Fourth in Preseason Poll For Immediate Release: August 12, 2009 AUGUSTA, GA – In a poll voted on by thee Peach Belt Conference’s head coaches, thee UNCP women’s soccer team was picked to o finish fourth this season out of the PBC’ss eleven teams, it was announced this afternoon.. The Lady Braves brought in a total of 73 votes in n the coaches poll, falling only eight points behind d third place Armstrong Atlantic, while holdingg off fifth place Montevallo by 14 points. Coachess were not permitted to vote for their own teams.. First place went undisputed to Columbus Statee whose Lady Cougars picked up all 10 avail-able first-place votes to lock down the poll’ss top spot for the fourth consecutive year. Co-lumbus State won their fourth-straight PBC C Championship and third-straight PBC Tour-nament title in 2008, setting conference re-cords for most consecutive titles won in both.. 3 The Lady Cougars were ranked as high as #3 in the nation last season, finishing 21-4-1 afterr advancing to the NCAA national quarterfinals.. For 2009, the Lady Cougars welcome back thee potent scoring duo of Gina Goforth and Steph-anie Parrish, who combined to score 33 goalss and nine assists. Also back are midfielders and d n team co-captains Jill Walthall and Kate Walton along with defensive standout Leslie Mathews.. The Lady Braves, who were ranked as high as #6 6 in the National Soccer Coaches Association lastt season, return six starters from their 2008 team in--

ccluding PBC Freshman of the Year Britney Join-eer. UNCP finished their record-breaking season n 1 19-3-1 after falling to #18 Carson-Newman, 1-0,, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.. T The 2009 season will have a different look ass th the PBC welcomes Flagler and Montevallo.. F n Flagler played as an independent last season w while Montevallo finished second in the Gulff S South Conference with a 11-6-3 overall record.. A Also joining the PBC is new Georgia South-w western head coach Tony Economopoulos.. T The 2009 season begins on Aug. 27 with confer-eence play beginning Sept. 12. The PBC Tourna-m ment will begin with first-round games on homee ssites on Nov. 3 with the final four returning to o B Blanchard Woods Park in Evans, Ga., Nov. 6 and 8..

Lady Braves Start 2009 Season Nationally Ranked For Immediate Release: August 18, 2009 K KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The UNCP wom-een’s soccer team achieved another first forr it y itself on Tuesday morning as the Lady B n Braves garnered their first-ever preseason national ranking, checking in at No. 21 in n n the initial top 25 listing by the Nationall th S Soccer Coaches Association of America.. A Also appearing in the preseason poll weree

fellow Peach Belt Conference member fe Columbus State (ranked 6th) and CarsonC Newman (13th). The Lady Braves, who N were ranked as high as #6 in the NSCAA w top 25 last season, return six starters from to th their 2008 team including PBC Freshman of the Year Britney Joiner. UNCP finished o their record-breaking season with a 19-3-1 th rrecord and fell to #18 Carson-Newman, 1 1-0, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Seattle Pacific of the Great T Northwest Athletic Conference was N rranked first in this year’s preseason listing. Carson-Newman went on to finish out C th their 2008 season in their next round m match-up against Columbus State losing 1 1-0 to the Lady Cougars. Although they aadvanced to the quarterfinals, Columbus S State could not carry their momentum fr from their win over Carson-Newman aand did not advance any further in the tournament, losing 1-0 to West Florida. to T The NSCAA conducts the most widely rrecognized national and regional soccer rranking system in the country as a service to the general public and its members. The in intent of the rankings program is to stimulate greater interest in men’s and women’s la ssoccer at the intercollegiate and intersscholastic levels and to recognize those p programs that are enjoying remarkable ssuccess on a regional and national level.

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NCAA Recruiting

UNC Pembroke is committed to absolute

compliance with all NCAA and Peach Belt Conference rules and regulations. Institutional control of athletics is a fundamental principle of NCAA legislation. It requires each institution to conduct its intercollegiate athletics programs in accordance with the rules and regulations of the NCAA. This responsibility includes ensuring that coaches, staff, and other groups representing the institution’s athletics interests comply with all applicable rules. As a result, it is important for prospects, fans, and alumni to have some understanding of the principles governing college athletics. Below are a few definitions and rules that apply to all athletic boosters.

NCAA DEFINITIONS REPRESENTATIVE OF ATHLETICS INTERESTS (BOOSTER)

A “representative of athletics interests” (booster) is any individual or group that has ever: •Been a member of an organization promoting UNC Pembroke athletics. •Contributed to the Athletics Department or its booster organizations. •Assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes. •Provided benefits (e.g. employment) to prospective student-athletes, enrolled studentathletes or their family members. •Otherwise promoted the UNC Pembroke athletics program. Keep in mind that it is very easy to meet one or more of these criteria and once you become an athletics representative, you retain this status FOREVER!

PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETE

A “prospect” is a high school student that has started classes for the ninth grade and also any junior college student. A student that has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospect if the student receives any benefits that the institution does not provide to all prospective students in general. An individual remains a prospect until he or she starts classes at UNCP or reports for practice, whichever occurs first.

STUDENT-ATHLETE

A “student-athlete” is a student whose enrollment was solicited by an athletics staff member with the expectation that the student would participate in intercollegiate athletics.A student not solicited by an athletics staff member becomes a student-athlete when he or she joins an intercollegiate team or reports for practice.

RECRUITING

“Recruiting” is any solicitation of a prospect or the prospect’s family by an authorized

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institutional staff member for the purpose of securing the prospect’s enrollment at UNCP and participation in athletics. Athletics representatives may not be involved in the recruitment of prospects except as outlined in the following section.

CONTACT

A “contact” is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletics representative during which any dialogue occurs.

GUIDELINES AND REMINDERS FOR BOOSTERS

•A booster may not contact a prospect, prospect’s family, friends, coach or school administrator in an attempt to evaluate or recruit the prospect. •A booster may not expend funds to entertain or provide transportation for a prospect or the prospect’s family or friends. •A booster may not write, make phone calls, or otherwise communicate with a prospect or the prospect’s family or friends for recruiting purposes. •A booster may not contribute funds to a prospect’s high school or club team as a form ofrecruiting inducement or if solicited to do so by a collegiate coach. •A booster may attend a prospect’s athletic events without contacting the prospect or his/her family. •A booster may send recommendation letters and newspaper clippings about a prospect in their area to UNCP’s coaches. •A booster may continue a pre-existing relationship with a prospect and his/her family as long as the relationship pre-dated the prospect’s recruitment or notoriety as an athlete and the nature of the relationship is not enhanced after his/her notoriety as an athlete. Such a relationship may not be for recruiting purposes. •A booster may host a current student-athlete or an entire team in their home for a meal, but only on an occasional basis. •A booster may provide a job for a student-athlete, but the job responsibilities must be legitimate and the pay commensurate for the task.

GUIDELINES FOR EXTRA BENEFITS

An “extra benefit” is any special arrangement by an institutional employee or athletics representative to provide a prospect, a student-athlete or his or her family with a benefit not expressly authorized by the NCAA. Boosters may not provide any special arrangement considered to be an extra benefit. Examples of extra benefits include, but are not limited to: •Gifts of money, awards or other tangible items.

•Use of vehicles or payment of transportation costs incurred by prospect, prospect’s relatives or friends. •Free or reduced housing arrangements. •Promise of employment after graduation or employment of prospect’s relatives or friends. •Special discounts or payment arrangements.

RECRUITING GUIDELINES FOR PROSPECTS LETTERS & NOTES

Coaches may begin to write notes and letters to prospects beginning September 1 of their junior year in high school (September 15 after sophomore year for men’s basketball prospects). PHONE CALLS •Prospect Calling: A coach may receive a call initiated by a prospect and paid for by the prospect at any time, including the prospect’s freshman or sophomore years. Prospects may call coaches collect at any time. •Football: Coaches may call a prospect at their discretion during a contact period after June 15 in the summer preceding his senior year. •Men’s Basketball: Coaches may call a prospect at their discretion during a contact period after June 15 in the summer preceding his senior year. •Women’s Basketball: Coaches may call a prospect at their discretion during a contact period after June 15 in the summer preceding her senior year. •Other Sports: Coaches may call a prospect at their discretion during a contact period after June 15 in the summer preceding his or her senior year.

UNOFFICIAL VISITS

There are no limits on the number of unofficial (unpaid) visits to UNCP a prospect may make and no age restriction on who may make unofficial visits. At each unofficial visit, a prospect may receive three (3) complimentary admissions to a home athletic event. No other expenses may be paid by UNCP. At certain times of the year, unofficial visits are prohibited so please coordinate your visit with the coaching staff.

OFFICIAL VISITS

A prospect may only make a total of five official (paid) visits and only one official visit to UNCP. A prospect may not make an official visit until the first day of classes of their senior year (January 1 of junior year for men’s basketball prospects). All official visits will be coordinated by the coaching staffs. For further information regarding NCAA rules, please contact the Athletic Compliance Office at 910.522.5728 or by mail at P.O. Box 1510, Pembroke, NC 28372 or visit UNCPBraves.com.


NCAA History & Values

It was the flying wedge, football’s major

offense in 1905, that spurred the formation of the NCAA. The game’s rugged nature, typified by mass formations and gang tackling, resulted in numerous injuries and deaths and prompted many institutions to discontinue the sport. Others urged that football be reformed or abolished from intercollegiate athletics. President Theodore Roosevelt summoned college athletics leaders to two White House conferences to encourage such reforms. In early December 1905, Chancellor Henry M. MacCracken of New York University convened a meeting of 13 institutions to initiate changes in football-playing rules. At a subsequent meeting December 28 in New York City, the Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States (IAAUS) was founded by 62 members. The IAAUS officially was constituted March 31, 1906, and took its present name, the NCAA, in 1910. For several years, the NCAA was a discussion group and rules-making body; but in 1921, the first NCAA national championship was held: the National Collegiate Track and Field Championships. Gradually, more rules committees were formed and more championships were held. A series of crises brought the NCAA to a crossroads after World War II. The “Sanity Code” - adopted to establish guidelines for recruiting and financial aid - failed to curb abuses involving student-athletes. Postseason football games were multiplying rapidly. Member institutions were increasingly concerned about the effects of unrestricted television on football attendance. The complexity and scope of these problems and the growth in membership and championships demonstrated the increasing need for full-time professional leadership. In 1951, Walter Byers, who previously had served as a part-time executive assistant, was named executive director. A national headquarters was established in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1952. A program to control live television of football games was approved, the annual Convention delegated enforcement powers to the Association’s Council and legislation was adopted governing postseason bowl games. The Association’s membership was divided into three legislative and competitive divisions - I, II and III - in 1973. Five years later, Division I members voted to create subdivisions I-A and I-AA (subsequently renamed the Football Bowl Subdivision and the Football Championship Subdivision) in football. The NCAA began administering women’s athletics programs in 1980 when Divisions II and III established 10 championships for 1981-

82. A year later, the historic 75t Convention adopted an extensive governance plan to include women’s athletics programs, services and representation. The delegates expanded the women’s championships program with the addition of 19 events. On August 1, 1997, the NCAA implemented a change in its governance structure that provides greater autonomy for each membership division and more control by the presidents of member colleges and universities. Walter Byers retired October 1, 1987, after 36 years as the Association’s executive director. He was replaced by University of Virginia Athletics Director Richard D. Schultz, who resigned in 1993. He was replaced by University of Arizona Athletics Director Cedric Dempsey, who led the Association beginning in 1994 and served as president until December 2002. Today, the national office staff of more than 380 employees based in Indianapolis is led by President Myles Brand. Brand assumed office in January 2003 after serving as president of Indiana University, Bloomington. Core Ideology The NCAA’s core ideology consists of two notions: core purpose - the organization’s reason for being - and core values - essential and enduring principles that guide an organization. Core Purpose

and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student-athlete is paramount. Core Values The Association - through its member institutions, conferences and national office staff - shares a belief in and commitment to: • The collegiate model of athletics in which students participate as an avocation, balancing their academic, social and athletics experiences. • The highest levels of integrity and sportsmanship. • The pursuit of excellence in both academics and athletics. • The supporting role that intercollegiate athletics plays in the higher education mission and in enhancing the sense of community and strengthening the identity of member institutions. • An inclusive culture that fosters equitable participation for student-athletes and career opportunities for coaches and administrators from diverse backgrounds. • Respect for institutional autonomy and philosophical differences. • Presidential leadership of intercollegiate athletics at the campus, conference and national levels.

Our purpose is to govern competition in a fair, safe, equitable and sportsmanlike manner,

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ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC

CLAYTON STATE

Location: Morrow, Ga. Founded: 1969 Location: Savannah, Ga. Facility: Laker Field Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 6,000 Facility: AT&T Field Colors: Blue, Orange and White Enrollment: 6,215 Nickname: Lakers Colors: Maroon and Gold Athletic Director: Mason Barfield Nickname: Pirates SID Contact: Lee Wright Athletic Director: Andy Carter SID Phone: 678.466.4681 SID Contact: Chad Jackson Fax: 678.4664699 SID Phone: 912.334.3114 Email: leewright@clayton.edu Fax: 912.344.3422 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 1-6-1 (8th) Email: chad.jackson@armstrong.edu Record: 1-14-2 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 4-2-2 (5th) Head Coach: T.O. Totty Record: 11-6-3 Assistant Coaches: Nkiru OkosieHead Coach: Eric Faulconer me, Tiffany Cavin, Malu Omeonga Assistant Coaches: Leeanna Woodworth, Hilary George http://aasupirates.edu

http://athletics.clayton.edu

COLUMBUS STATE Location: Columbus, Ga. Founded: 1958 Facility: Walden Soccer Complex Enrollment: 7,500 Colors: Blue, Red and White Nickname: Cougars Athletic Director: Jay Sparks SID Contact: Lorin Baeta SID Phone: 706.569.3032 Fax: 706.569.3435 Email:baeta_lorin@colstate.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 7-0-1 (1st) Record: 21-4-1 Head Coach: Jay Entlich Assistant Coaches: Dan Muns, Sarah Rahko, Megan Kolts, Lindsey Morgan

Location: St. Augustine, Fla. Founded: 1968 Facility: Flagler Field Complex Enrollment: 2,537 Colors: Crimson and Gold Nickname: Saints Athletic Director: Jud Damon SID Contact: John Jordan SID Phone: 904.819.6465 Fax: 904.810.2369 Email: jjordan@flagler.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: did not compete Record: 6-11-1 Head Coach: Teddy Meyer Assistant Coach: Breanne Mooi

www.csucougars.com

www.athletics.flagler.edu

GEORGIA COLLEGE

GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN

Location: Milledgeville, Ga. Founded: 1889 Facility: Bobcat Field Enrollment: 5,100 Colors: Navy Blue and Hunter Green Nickname: Bobcats Athletic Director: Wendell Staton SID Contact: Al Weston SID Phone: 478.445.1779 Fax: 478.445.1790 Email: alan.weston@gcsu.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 5-1-2 (3rd) Record: 13-2-4 Head Coach: Juan Pablo Favero Assistant Coach: Chris Davidovicz

Location: Americus, Ga. Founded: 1906 Facility: GSW Soccer Field Enrollment: 2.420 Colors: Navy, Gold and Silver Nickname: Hurricanes Athletic Director: Jaclyn Kaylor SID Contact: Keith Michlig SID Phone: 229.931.2217 Fax: 229.931.2143 Email: kmichlig@canes.gsw.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 0-7-1 (9th) Record: 5-14-1 Head Coach: Tony Econopoulos Assistant Coach: Brooke Reagan

2009 PBC Opponents

www.gcsubobcats.com

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FLAGLER

www.gswcanes.com

LANDER

MONTEVALLO

NORTH GEORGIA

USC AIKEN

Location: Greenwood, S.C. Founded: 1872 Facility: Lander Soccer Field Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Bearcats Athletic Director: Jeff May SID Contact: Bob Stoner SID Phone: 864.388.8962 Fax: 864.388.8999 Email: bstoner@lander.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 2-5-1 (6th) Record: 7-9-1 Head Coach: Chris Ayer Assistant Coach: Jacob Wyman

Location: Montevallo, Al. Founded: 1896 Facility: Varsity Field Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Falcons Athletic Director: Jim Herlihy SID Contact: Sean Forrester SID Phone: 205.665.6606 Fax: 205.665.6586 Email: sforrester1@montevallo.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: did not compete Record: 11-6-3 Head Coach: Patricia Hughes Assistant Coach: Stacey Balaam

Location: Dahlonega, Ga. Founded: 1873 Facility: NGCSU Soccer Complex Enrollment: 5,000 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Saints Athletic Director: Randy Dunn SID Contact: David Beall SID Phone: 706.867.3250 Fax: 706.867.2799 Email: jdbeall@ngcsu.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 5-3 (4th) Record: 8-7-2 Head Coach: Chris Adams Assistant Coaches: Jonathan Harvey, Chaz Frisco

Location: Aiken, S.C. Founded: 1961 Facility: Pacer Pit Enrollment: 3,078 Colors: Cardinal, Navy and White Nickname: Pacers Athletic Director: Randy Warrick SID Contact: Brian Hand SID Phone: 803.641.3252 Fax: 803.641.3759 Email: bhand@usca.edu 2008 Peach Belt Finish: 1-6-1 (7th) Record: 3-15-2 Head Coach: Sue Vodicka Assistant Coach: Hank Deer

www.landerbearcats.com

www.montevallofalcons.com

www.saintssports.com

www.pacersports.com


2009 Opponents

BARTON

CATAWBA

ERSKINE

Location: Wilson, N.C. Founded: 1902 Facility: Barton Soccer Field Enrollment: 1,130 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Bulldogs Athletic Director: Gary W. Hall SID Contact: John Hackney SID Phone: 252.399.6515 Fax: 252.3996516 Email: jhackney@barton.edu 2008 Conference Carolinas Finish: 7-3-1 (4th) Record: 8-7-3 Head Coach: Michael Michalakis

Location: Salisbury, N.C. Founded: 1851 Facility: E.B. Frock Enrollment: 1,000 Colors: Navy Blue and White Nickname: Catawba Indians Athletic Director: Dennis Davidson SID Contact: Jim Lewis SID Phone: 704.637.4720 Fax: 704.637.5705 Email: jdlewis@catawba.edu 2008 South Atlantic Conference Finish: 6-1-1 (2nd) Record: 16-5-2 Head Coach: Chad Miller Assistant Coaches: Kim Crowley, Nick Whiting

Location: Due West, S.C. Founded: 1839 Facility: Huggins Field Enrollment: 600 Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Flying Fleet Athletic Director: Mark Peeler SID Contact: John Sell SID Phone: 864.379.8799 Fax: 864.379.2197 Email: jsell@erskine.edu 2008 Conference Carolinas Finish: 5-6 (6th) Record: 5-15 Head Coach: Gary Winchester

www2.barton.edu/athletics/

http://gocatawbaindianas.athleticsite.com

www.erskinecollegesports.com

LENOIR-RHYNE

MOUNT OLIVE

QUEENS

Location: Hickory, N.C. Founded: 1891 Facility: Bear Field at Moretz Sports Athletic Complex Enrollment: 1,600 Colors: Cardinal and Black Nickname: Bears Athletic Director: Neill McGeachy SID Contact: John Karrs SID Phone: 828.328.7174 Fax: 828.267.3445 Email: karrsjd@lr.edu 2008 South Atlantic Conference Finish: 4-3-1 (4th) Record: 13-6-2 Head Coach: Adrian Blewitt Assistant Coaches: Cally Morrill, Emily Montgomery, Tom Gott

Location: Mount Olive, N.C. Founded: 1951 Facility: Amon Field Enrollment: 2,500 Colors: Green and White Nickname: Trojans Athletic Director: Jeff Eisen SID Contact: David Shulimson SID Phone: 919.658.7802 Fax: 919.658.1753 Email: dshulimson@moc.edu 2008 Conference Carolinas Finish: 4-7 (8th) Record: 6-14 Head Coach: Matt Hisler Assistant Coach: Reid Clewis

Location: Charlotte, N.C. Founded: 1857 Facility: Queens Sports Complex Enrollment: 2,300 Colors: Navy and Vegas Nickname: Royals Athletic Director: Jeannie King SID Contact: Sarah Waple SID Phone: 704.337.2585 Fax: 704.337.2237 Email: waples@queens.edu 2008 Conference Carolinas Finish: 10-0-1 (1st) Record: 11-8-2 Head Coach: Katie Talbert Assistant Coach: John D. Hannon

www.lrbears.com

www.moc.edu/athletics/

www.queensathletics.com

ST. ANDREWS

WINGATE

Location: Laurinburg, N.C. Founded: 1958 Facility: Knights Field Enrollment: 808 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Knights Athletic Director: Glenn Batten SID Contact: Kevin Buczek SID Phone: 910.277.5751 Fax: 910.277.5272 Email: buczekkc@sapc.edu 2008 Conference Carolinas Finish: 4-5-2 (7th) Record: 8-7-3 Head Coach: Jennifer Montgomery

Location: Wingate, N.C. Founded: 1896 Facility: Pride Park Enrollment: 2,000 Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Bulldogs Athletic Director: Steve Posten SID Contact: David Sherwood SID Phone: 704.233.8186 Fax: 704.233.8169 Email: dsherwood@wingate.edu 2008 South Atlantic Conference Finish: 5-3-0 (3rd) Record: 14-6-0 Head Coach: Gary Curneen Assistant Coach: Faith Bicknell

www.sapc.edu/athletics/

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Lady Braves 2009

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2009 Season Preview A CONVERSATION WITH HEAD COACH LARS ANDERSSON UNCP Soccer Has High Expectations • By: Joe Myers • August 26, 2009

In

2008, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke women’s soccer team had its best season in school history.The Braves went 19-3-1, advancing to the finals of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament, losing to Columbus State in overtime and then making it to the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournamentbefore falling to Carson-Newman, 1-0.

at ACC basketball, everyone knows who was recruited as well as who’s returning and who was lost. Here, you don’t know about recruits. Given our losses, I think being picked No. 4 is fair. “That being said, I do think we’ll have another year where we compete for a conference championship. When it gets down to it, it really doesn’t matter. If you want to make it bulletin board material, go ahead. But it doesn’t matter.” The rebuilding job for the Braves starts in goal, where freshman newcomer Rea Segoviano replaces Beverly, who played every minute of UNCP’s 23 matches last season. “Rea played a half (in a scrimmage at Belmont Abbey last week),” said Andersson. “she is raw and athletic.”

Now, UNCP must replace five starters, including All-American goalie Whitney Beverly and All-American forward Melanie Cobb. Add in the expectations that come with a No. 21 preseason national ranking — another first for the Braves — and it’s not too surprising UNCP was picked fourth in the Peach Belt Conference’s preseason poll.

The defensive corps is led by a trio of returnees, senior Heather Jones and juniors Sheena Mature and Brittany Greaves. Jones started 22 of UNCP’s 23 matches, Mature appeared in all 23 matches (making nine starts) and Greaves was a starter in 21 of her 22 appearances for the Braves in 2008. She added two goals and six assists to earn second-team All-Conference honors.

UNCP head coach Lars Andersson said that while the preseason poll’s assessment might be reasonable, it won’t stop him from having high expectations for the upcoming season.

A newcomer to watch in the back is freshman Fanny Forsman, a Swedish recruit who has played at the youth national level in her home country.

“I think given the players we lost, it was reasonable to put us fourth,” said Andersson, whose team opens its season Thursday at Mount Olive. “If you look

“We’ve got a solid backline,” said Andersson. “(Greaves and Jones) have been mainstays for us the last two years. Fanny played at high level in Sweden and her English is good enough where

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she can communicate. She will be huge organizing that defense based on what I’ve seen so far.” The midfield should be another area strength for UNCP with several returnees mixed in with high-level newcomers. Leading the way is junior Faye Corbett, a first-team AllConference pick who had four goals and eight assists on 34 shots last season. She’s not afraid to be physical, as she was second on the team with 23 fouls. Also back is junior center midfielder Sam Dunn. Like Corbett, Dunn started all 23 matches for UNCP last year and while she did net three goals on 34 shots, Dunn was also a physical presence with a team-leading 24 fouls. With Corbett on the right and Dunn holding down the middle, the left midfield position is one where sevral players could see time. Two of

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2009 Season Preview A CONVERSATION WITH HEAD COACH LARS ANDERSSON UNCP Soccer Has High Expectations • By: Joe Myers • August 26, 2009 the leading candidates are junior Karmi Dagnachew, who had a goal and

to us with a tremendous amount of experience and it’s shown so far during the preseason. She’s a playmaker that can run the midfield. She’s physical with great vision and works well with (Dunn) already.” Preseason All-Conference pick Britney Joiner is the top returning forward, netting 11 goals and four assists in 23 matches (12 starts) as a freshman in 2008. She cranked out 71 shots, notched five match-winning goals and was named the Peach Belt Conference’s Freshman of the Year for her work.

DUNN three assists in 17 matches last year, and sophomore Rebecca Womack, who had two goals in 16 appearances. Another position that doesn’t have a definitive starter is left halfback, where Andersson said three or four players could play at different times this season.

successful this year, they need to settle on a goalie and win the midfield battle more consistently. “No. 1, we’re going to have a new goalie and we need somebody who’s comfortable working with the defense and comfortable in that position,” said Andersson. “We’ve relied on (Beverly) to bail us out and now she’s not back there anymore. We need to find that goalie and get back to playing how we did last year.

She’ll likely be joined up top by another Swedish freshman, Anna Svensson, to start with and if either needs a rest, expect Womack or freshman Ashley Anctil to enter the lineup. “Anna Svensson is a big, strong kid who makes great runs, gets behind the backs and stretches the field for us,” said Anderssson. “Ashley Anctil was a player that I was hoping to develop over the course of this season, but she’s getting better every training session. I thought she was more of a long-term prospect, but she’ll see time this year. (Womack) is another player we’ll put at forward and she can be effective up there, too.” .

Another newcomer Andersson is high on is freshman Andrea Collén. Like Forsman, Collén is a Swede who has a lot of high-level experience JOINER UNCP starts its seaprior to coming to the U.S. son out with three road matches in its for college. “I think Andrea Collén will come in first four contests — including a Sept. and make an immediate impact in our 12 showdown at Columbus State — and midfield,” said Andersson. “She comes Andersson said if the Braves are to be

JONES “In the midfield, we can get better down the middle than we were last year. We won some matches when we didn’t win the midfield battle. We have to be more physical and win more 50-50 balls. We also need more goal-scoring production from our midfielders to take some of the pressure off our forwards.” UNCP’s first home match is Sept. 9 against St. Andrews. Kickoff for that match is scheduled for 7 p.m.

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Head Coach Lars Andersson.......14 Asst. Coach Pauline Privitera ....15 Support Staff ............................ 16 2009 Roster .............................. 18 Squad Analysis ......................... 19 The Braves ................................ 20 Cassie Adams................ 20 Faye Corbett ................. 21 Karmi Dagnachew ........ 22 Emily DesJarlais ........... 23 Sam Dunn .................... 24 Brittany Greaves ........... 25 Jenny Irvine .................. 26 Britney Joiner ............... 27 Heather Jones ............... 28 Melanie Kiser ............... 29 Sheena Mature .............. 30 Rebecca Womack .......... 31 Ashley Anctil ................ 32 Andrea CollĂŠn .............. 32 Fanny Forsman ............. 33 Elke Groothuis ............. 33 Jenessa Mikolowski ....... 34 Brittany Padilla ............. 34 Rea Segoviano .............. 35 Anna Svensson ............. 35

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LARS ANDERSSON HEAD WOMEN’S SOCCER COACH 9th Year: 87-56-11 Cumblerland, 1994

H

aving made his mark as the only coach in the history of the UNCP women’s soccer program, Lars Andersson enters his ninth season as the coach of the Braves, compiling a 277-92-14 clip in 15 seasons as a collegiate head coach.

Currently holding a 87-56-11 record as the UNCP gaffer, Andersson has led the Black and Gold to final listings in the NSCAA Southeast Region rankings in five out of the last six seasons as well as an appearance in the second round of the 2008 NCAA DII Tournament. The 2003 Peach Belt Conference coach of the year has mentored a trio of PBC Freshman of the Year recipients, 10 all-conference players, six all-region players and three all-Americans. In the classroom, the Braves have produced one PBC Female Student-Athlete of the Year honoree, while also sending 40 student-athletes to the league’s presidential honor roll. Prior to his time in Pembroke, Andersson served as the women’s soccer head coach at Cumberland College in Williamsburg, Ky., as well as the men’s coach at Reinhardt College in Waleska, Ga. In his two-year stint at Cumberland, Andersson coached two all-Americans, a pair of all-region players, 11 all-conference players, four academic all-Americans and 16 academic all-conference recipients. On his way to 1999 Mid-South Conference coach of the year accolades, he also led the Indians to the league’s regular season title, as well as a No. 14 national ranking. While compiling a 62-25-3 record as coach of the Reinhardt men’s team, An-

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QUICK FACTS PERSONAL Year at UNCP: 9th Date of Birth: May 31, 1969 Hometown: Vuollerim, Sweden Spouse: Carla Children: Aspen, Isabella, Emelia, with baby expected in November.

EDUCATION Cumberland (1994): B.A. Physical Education Union College (1998) (1998):: M.A. Physical Education

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Club: Vuollerim SK (1985-87) High School: Clarksville (1987)

COACHING EXPERIENCE Women’s Soccer UNCP Head Coach: 2001-Present Cumberland College Head Coach: 1999-2000

Men’s Soccer Reinhardt College: 1995-98 dersson helped guide the 1998 Eagles to a 21-1-1 record, as well as spot in the NJCAA national championship game. Having earned region and district coach of the year honors at season’s end, he was one of just four candidates for national coach of the year honors as well.

A native of Vuollerim, Sweden, as well as a former player on Vuollerim SK (1985-87), Andersson made the trek to Clarksville, Tenn., as a high school exchange student in 1987. Following the completion of his freshman year at Austin Peay State, he returned to his native land to fulfill his duties as an army ranger in the Swedish Military before returning back to the U.S. to complete his education. Andersson graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cumberland College in 1994 and earned his master’s degree from Union College in 1998. Andersson and the former Carla Kehrier of Plymouth, Mich., are the proud parents of three daughters – Aspen (7), Isabella (5) and Emelia (3) and are expecting another child in November. The family currently resides in Clayton.


PA U L I N E PRIVITERA ASSISTANT WOMEN’S SOCCER COACH 3rd Year: 31-9-2 Salem International, 2005

P

auline Privitera enters her third season as an assistant coach with the Lady Braves after a standout playing career at Salem International and a brief stint in the Women’s Premiere Soccer League. Privitera was a starter at center midfield for the Tigers for four seasons earning all-conference honors in each year in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. In 2004 and 2005, she was named team captain at SIU. Privitera received the Leadership Award in 2004 and was named the team’s most valuable player in 2005, her final year with SIU. That year saw Privitera score six goals while also tallying 11 assists, leading the WVIAC in assists per game in only 10 contests.

After graduation, she travelled to Miami, Fla., to play in the WPSL for the now defunct Miami Surf. While serving as a starter for the Surf, Privitera worked as an instructor at the Hurricane Soccer Camps for the University of Miami and Coral Springs Christian Academy. In the Fall of 2006 she returned to Salem International as a graduate assistant for the women’s soccer team. A native of Toronto, Canada, Privitera graduated from SIU in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management and a minor in Psychology. She received her master’s degree in Education in July 2007, completing student teaching terms at the elementary and high school levels to earn her degree. Privitera is currently working on her 2nd master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Science at UNCP.

QUICK FACTS PERSONAL Year at UNCP: 3rd Date of Birth: August, 13, 1982 Hometown: Toronto, Canada

EDUCATION Salem International (2005): B.S. Sports Management Salem International (2007): M.S. Education

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Club: East York Soccer Club College: Salem International (200205) WPSL: Miami Surf (2006)

COACHING EXPERIENCE Women’s Soccer: UNCP Asst. Coach: 2007-Present Salem Int’l. G.A.: 2006

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SUPPORT STAFF JOEY HANNANT

CARLIE BOESE

Strength and Conditioning Coach Western Illinois (2005)

Athletic Media Relations Indiana, 2009

Beginning his first year as a member of the UNC Pembroke athletic department, Joey Hannant is a nationally-certified strength coach that has been charged with the conditioning of the student-athletes in all 16 varsity sports for the Braves. He assumed his current position as UNCP’s head strength and conditioning coach in August, 2009. A native of Griggsville, Ill., Hannant began his career in strength and conditioning as a student at Western Illinois, before honing his skills as a coach when he undertook an internship on the strength and conditioning staff at Iowa where he assisted with strength and conditioning training with the Hawkeyes’ football team. Following his brief stint in Iowa City, Iowa, Hannant moved on to a graduate assistant position at The Citadel, working directly with the Bulldogs’ volleyball, cross country and cheerleading squads. Prior to his current stint in Pembroke, Hannant spent seven months as a sports performance coach at Velocity Sports Performance in Lakeland, Fla., implementing sports performance training protocols that emphasized speed development for athletes ages 8-24. While with the organization, Hannant was also charged with designing programs to help athletes achieve tangible results that were continuously updated with the help of world-renowned sports performance coaches whose backgrounds included the coaching of numerous elite and professional athletes, collegiate national champions, and all-Americans. A 2005 graduate of Western Illinois with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science, Hannant completed his graduate work in the same field at The Citadel in 2007. He is certified through the National Strength Coaches Association as a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and through USA Weightlifting as a certified weightlifting club coach. He currently resides in Lumberton.

A recent graduate of Indiana University and a former collegiate athlete, Carlie Boese (pronounced Bay-see) begins her first year in athletic administration as an assistant in the athletic media relations office. She will serve as the primary media contact for the sports of women’s soccer, cross country, women’s basketball and track & field. Boese will also handle the day-to-day athletic media relations duties of UNCP’s cheerleading and dance squads. A three-time all-America scholar-athlete at Ernest W. Seaholm High School in her native Bloomfield, Mich., Boese was a two-time captain for the water polo team, while also serving as a senior captain for SHS’s swimming team as well. Her athletic talents would land her an athletic scholarship at IU where she excelled immediately as a coxswain on the Hoosier rowing team. In just her first year on the varsity level in 2006, she helped the second novice eight to a school record seven victories, while also coxing the first novice eight to wins over Cincinnati and Dayton. A recipient of the Indiana Faculty award, as well as Phi Beta Kappa and Michigan Merit laurels, Boese was also very active in her Kappa Alpha Theta sorority where she served as a member of the Finance and Administrative Focus Group, while also competing as a part of the chapter’s competitive cycling team. In addition, she was an integral part of IU’s Dance Marathon which made its mark as just the second student-run organization to raise more than $1 million in donations. Boese earned her degree in sports broadcasting from Indiana in May. The daughter of Cindy and Tom Boese has two sisters, Darby and Bailey, and one brother, Cameron.

Robin Langley

Senior Women’s Admin.

Khary McGhee Compliance Director

Jake Barkett

Game Operations

Omar Ahmad

Asst. Strength & Conditioning

Todd Anderson

Athletic Media Relations Dir.

Matt Pellegrin

Asst. Athletic Media Relations

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ATHLETIC TRAINERS MICHAEL BLACBURN

SKYE LIVERMORE

Head Athletic Trainer Winona State (2000)

Asst. Athletic Trainer New Mexico State (2002)

Beginning his first year as a member of the UNC Pembroke athletic training staff, Michael Blackburn is a nationally-certified and state-licensed trainer who oversees the athletic training department at UNCP. He is specifically responsible for, and handles the day-to-day operations of, the prevention and care of injuries for the Braves football and wrestling teams.

Skye Livermore is in her second year as an assistant athletic trainier at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. She has been charged with the day-to-day responsibilities of women’s soccer, women’s basketball and tennis.

Blackburn has spent the previous two seasons as an assistant athletic trainer at Western Illinois University where he was responsible for the daily medical healthcare of the men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf teams. He was charged with overseeing one of WIU’s athletic training rooms, while also serving as a mentor for six graduate assistant athletic trainers. He also served as an instructor in the Department of Kinesiology at WIU.

Livermore has been in Pembroke working as a graduate assistant since 2005. As a G.A. for the Braves, Livermore has worked with softball, track and field and volleyball.

A native of Medford, Wisc., Blackburn first got involved in athletic training as an undergraduate at Winona State (Minn.), where he completed a CAATE-accredited athletic training education program. While with the Warriors, Blackburn undertook athletic training responsibilities with the women’s soccer, men’s basketball and baseball programs. In serving in those capacities, he assisted with the treatments and rehabilitation of other Winona State student-athletes as well. Following his graduation from WSU, Blackburn applied for and received a graduate assistant athletic training position at East Tennessee State University where he was responsible for the daily medical coverage of the Bucs women’s soccer, women’s track & field and cross country squads. He also assisted with the implementation of a comprehensive medical healthcare program for all 16 Division I sports. His longest-tenured job would come under the auspices of Ferris State (Mich.) where he was charged with the management of eight intercollegiate sports, including both men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and the track & field programs from 2002-07. While in Big Rapids, he managed the daily operations of one of FSU’s athletic training rooms and directed studentathlete orthopedic clinics and vision screening schedules. He also coordinated medical coverage for the 2005 NCAA Great Lakes Regional Cross Country Championships, as well as the 2006 GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

Prior to her time in Pembroke, Livermore spent two years at Fayetteville State University (2003-05) as an assistant athletic trainer. She has also logged an additional year in the training room at Methodist College (now Methodist University) as an assistant athletic trainer. Livermore completed her undergraduate double major in athletic training education and French at New Mexico State University in 2002 where she earned Crimson Scholar honors. In 2007, she earned her master’s degree from UNC Pembroke in public administration with an emphasis in healthcare. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Livermore currently resides in Fort Bragg with her husband of six years SFC James Brasher.

Emily Beeson

Asst. Athletic Trainer

James Daley

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Josiah Hagemann Asst. Athletic Trainer

In addition to his duties at the college and university levels, Blackburn also logged time as the certified athletic trainer at the USA Bantam Hockey Camp in 2003, as well as the coordinator of medical coverage for the 2004 Michigan High School Sports Association Basketball Regional in 2004. A board certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association, Blackburn is certified in CPR, as well as in American Red Cross First Aid. Blackburn received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Winona State in 2000 and his master’s of arts certificate in physical education from East Tennessee State in 2002. He currently resides in Lumberton.

Shay Huntley

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Natalie Myers

Asst. Athletic Trainer

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2009 Roster

# 00 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 15 16 17 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 30 32

Name Rea Segoviano Andrea Collén Britney Joiner Sam Dunn * Emily y DesJarlais Sheena Mature Faye Corbett * Jenny Irvine Melanie Kiser Fanny y Forsman Karmi Dagnachew Brittany Padilla Anna Svensson Heather Jones * Cassie Adams Jenessa Mikolowski Brittany Greaves Ashley Anctil Rebecca Womack Elke Groothuis

00 3 6 7 11 16

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

Ht. 5-6 5-4 5-3 5-4 5-9 5-1 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-5 5-2 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-2 5-7 5-9 5-4 5-1 5-10

Cl. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School Jacksonville, N.C./White Oak HS Umeå, Sweden/Dragonskolan Jacksonville, N.C./Jacksonville HS Swansboro, N.C./Swansboro HS Anchorage, g , AK/Service HS Swansboro, N.C./Swansboro HS Gothenburg, Sweden/Katrinelund Fayetteville, N.C./Jack Britt HS Richlands, N.C./Richlands HS Borås, Sweden/Sven Eriksongymnasiet gy Jacksonville, N.C./Jacksonville HS Jacksonville, N.C./Jacksonville HS Norrköping, Sweden/Kunskapsgymnasiet Waxhaw, N.C./Parkwood HS Raeford,, N.C./Hoke County y HS Clayton, N.C./Clayton HS Wake Forest, N.C./Southeast Raleigh HS Jacksonville, N.C./Richlands HS Thomasville, N.C./North Davidson HS Alkmaar, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands/Bergen SG

Pronunciation Guide

Rea Segoviano … Ray-uh Suh-go-vee-ah-no 17 Karmi Dagnachew … Kar-mee Duh-nacho Andrea Collén … On-dray-ah Co-len 20 Brittany Padilla … Puh-dee-ah Emily DesJarlais … Dees-jar-lay 21 Anna Svensson … Onna Sheena Mature … Ma-toor 27 Ashley Anctil … Ank-til Jenny Irvine … Err-vin 30 Rebecca Womack … Whoa-mack Fanny Forsman … Fonny 32 Elke Groothuis … Ell-kuh Grow-tis Pauline Privitera … Pree-vuh-tare-uh


Squad Analysis BRAVES BY POSITION Forwards

Ashley Anctil

Britney Joiner

Elke Groothuis

Melanie Kiser

Anna Svensson

Midfielders Cassie Adams Andera CollĂŠn

Sam Dunn

Heather Jones Brittany Padilla

Emily DesJarlais Rebecca Womack

Faye Corbett

Defenders

Karmi Dagnachew Jenny Irvine Fanny Forsman

Brittany Greaves

Sheena Mature

Jenessa Mikolowski

Goal Keeper Rea Segoviano

*alphabetical order within position

2009 Team Captains

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CASSIE A DA M S Defender/Midfielder Sophomore • 5-6 Raeford, N.C. (Hoke County)

23 As a Freshman • 2008 Played in six games for UNCP … Took the field for the first time against St. Andrews with 14 minutes of playing time … Picked up seasonbest playing time in the game against Georgia Southwestern with 24 minutes.

High School / Club Prepped at Hoke County High School for coach Derek Butler … Played in all 24 games as a prep senior and helped pace the Bucks to a 14-7-3 record and a state playoff appearance … Scored 14 points on six goals and two assists en route to her second-straight all-conference and team most outstanding defensive player laurels … Also earned North Carolina scholar-athlete accolades … Scored eight points on four goals during her junior season and earned coach’s award recognition at season’s end … Also lettered in cross country at HCHS.

Personal The daughter of Deborah and Buddy Adams … Has an older sister, Gretchen, two older brothers, Ryan and Derrick, and three younger sisters, Courtney, Taylor and Jodi … Born in Bavaria, Germany … Graduated 19th in her 319-member senior class at Hoke County while maintaining a 3.8 cumulative grade point average … A mathematics education major at UNCP.

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C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

2008

6

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

Totals

6

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000


F AY E CORBETT Midfielder/Defender Junior • 5-6 Gothenburg, Sweden (Katrinelund)

10

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2007

19

17

2

4

8

26

.007

11

.423

2008

23

23

4

8

16

34

.118

19

.559

Totals

42

40

6

12

24

60

.100

30

.500

As a Sophomore • 2008 Awarded NSCAA All-Region and Daktronics All-Region honors … Named to the PBC’s All-Conference 1st Team … Played and started in all 23 games for the Braves … Nabbed 16 points with four goals and eight assists … Took 34 shots, 19 of which were on goal (.559) … Had five games totaling over 90 minutes of play including a season-high 97 minutes of play against Armstrong Atlantic.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

Coach Bjorn-Ulf Palm ... Named most valuable player of both the Fargelanda

and Tidahem tournaments ... Also garnered all-star accolades ... Helped lead Molnlycke to a pair of Dana Cup titles, as well as to the Haarlem Cup and Gothia B.

Personal The daughter of Mia and Joseph Corbett ... Has two brothers, Joseph and Kevin ... Enrolled in pre-major studies at UNCP.

* 2009 Co-Captain

As a Freshman • 2007 Played in 19 games for UNCP with 17 starts to her credit … Scored eight points on two goals and four assists … Took 26 shots, 11 of which were on goal (.423) … Scored first collegiate goal against Queens and tallied a pair of assists in a win over St. Andrews … Registered at least three shots in each of the first four games of the season … Played at least 90 minutes in three different outings, including a season-best 96 minutes in UNCP’s tie with Armstrong Atlantic.

High School / Club Prepped at Katrinelund Gymnasium ... Played club soccer for Molnlycke IF and

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KARMI DAGNACHEW Defender Junior • 5-2 Jacksonville, N.C. (Jacksonville HS)

17 As a Sophomore • 2008 Played in 17 games and started in seven for the Braves … Netted five points with one game-winning goal and a trio of assists … Took 12 shots, five of which were on goal (.417) … Also put up points with assists against North Georgia, Georgia Southwestern and Chowan … Played a season-best 74 minutes against North Georgia.

As a Freshman • 2007 Played in 14 games for UNCP with one start to her credit … Scored one point on an assist against Mount Olive … Took seven shots, three of which were on goal (.429) … Logged a pair of shots against Pfeiffer and earned first career start at Limestone … Played a season-best 62 minutes at Georgia College.

High School / Club Prepped at Jacksonville High School for coach Dave Miller … Played club soccer for Coastal Crew and coach Ray Colley … Earned first team allconference accolades after pacing the Cardinals to a 21-6-0 record as a prep senior and a deep run in the state playoffs … Earned all-area and all-region honors as a junior, as well as an invitation to the junior/senior showcase game … A regular in the Coastal Crew starting lineup, she also had a pair of stints with the Wilmington Hammerheads Super Y organization

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C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2007

14

1

0

2

2

7

.000

3

.000

2008

17

7

1

3

5

12

.083

5

.417

Totals

31

8

1

5

7

19

.053

8

.421

… Was also a member of the NCYSA ODP player pool … Also earned three most valuable player laurels as a member of Jacksonville’s cross country team.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

Personal The daughter of Elsie and Ted Dagnachew … Has a younger brother, Daweet, and two older sisters, current UNC Charlotte track and cross country standout Tsehaye and former UNCP soccer standout Sarah … A criminal justice major at UNCP.


E M I LY DESJARLAIS Forward/Midfielder Sophomore • 5-9 Anchorage, AK (Service HS)

6 Personal

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2008

17

3

2

0

4

18

.111

9

.500

Totals

17

3

2

0

4

18

.111

9

.500

As a Freshman • 2008 Played in 17 games for the Braves and started in three … Nabbed four points with a pair of goals … Took 18 shots, nine of which were on goal (.500) … Picked up her first collegiate goal in UNCP’s first match-up of the season against St. Andrews … Scored the game winning goal against North Georgia while also racking up a season-best 93 minutes of play ... Played as #12 for the Braves.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

also a member of SHS’s track squad … Also helped lead AYSC to a second place finish at the state tournament.

The daughter of May and Eugene DesJarlais … Has a younger sister, Yvonne, and a younger brother, Eugene … Earned three honors awards while maintaining a 3.6 cumulative grade point average at Service … An athletic training major at UNCP.

High School / Club Prepped at Service High School for coach Mark Cascolan … Played club soccer for Alaska Youth Soccer Association and coach Mark Cascolan … Played in 21 games as a prep senior and helped lead Cougars to a 16-4-1 record and the state championship … Earned all-state and all-conference honors as a member of Service, while also taking home most valuable player and all-sportsmanship team accolades at the state tournament … Paced Cougars to a 12-4-4 mark and a runner-up finish in the region as a junior … Earned all-conference, utility player and defensive player of the laurels as a member of the flag football team, most improved honors in basketball and was

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SAM DUNN Midfielder Junior • 5-4 Swansboro, N.C. (Swansboro HS)

5 As a Sophomore • 2008 Named to PBC’s All-Academic 1st Team holding a 4.0 grade point average … Played and started in all 23 games for the Braves … Registered six points with three goals, including the game-winner against Georgia Southwestern … Took 34 shots, 16 of which were on goal (.471) … Nabbed season-highs against Barton in shots (seven) and shots on goal (four).

As a Freshman • 2007 PBC Presidential Honor Roll selection (gold level) … Played and started in all 19 games for UNCP … Scored three points on one goal and an assist … Took 19 shots, nine of which were on goal (.474) … Scored the first points of her collegiate career with a goal and an assist in a win over Queens … Logged 90 or more minutes of playing time in nine outings, including a season-best 110 in UNCP’s tie with Armstrong Atlantic.

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2007

19

19

1

1

3

19

.053

9

.474

2008

23

23

3

0

6

34

.088

16

.471

Totals

42

42

4

1

9

53

.075

25

.472

lected to play in the East-West All Star Game … As a junior, ranked second in the area with 35 goals and led the Pirates to a 23-1-1 record, a conference and state championship and a No. 1 ranking in the state … At season’s end, was named East Central Conference player of the year … Helped lead Coastal Crew to a semifinal appearance in the USYS NCYSA U-17

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

state cup and a No. 3 ranking in the state … A two-sport athlete at Swansboro, she also was an all-conference performer in track for Swansboro.

Personal The daughter of Tammy and Michael Dunn … Has a younger brother, Andy … An accounting major at UNCP.

High School / Club Prepped at Swansboro High School for coach Derrick Jenkins … Played club soccer for Coastal Crew and coach Ray Colley … Scored 32 points on 16 goals as a prep senior en route to capturing her second consecutive all-conference, all-area, all-region and all-state accolades … Also named her team’s player of the year for the second-straight season and was se-

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* 2009 Co-Captain


BRITTANY G R E AV E S Defender Junior • 5-9 Wake Forest, N.C. (Southeast Raleigh HS)

25

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

2007

17

17

2

1

5

15

.133

6

.400

2008

22

21

2

6

10

17

.118

10

.588

Totals

39

38

4

7

15

32

.125

16

.500

As a Sophomore • 2008

High School / Club

Awarded Daktronics All-Region honors while also being named the Peach Belt Player of the Week on Sept. 23 … Played in 22 games while starting in 21 … Picked up a total of 10 points with a pair of goals and six assists … Took 17 shots, 10 of which were on goal (.588) … Scored the game-winning goal while also picking up an assist against Catawba … Played in 11 games that amassed 90 minutes or more of playing time with her season-best 110 minutes against Armstrong Atlantic.

Prepped at Southeast Raleigh High School for coach Jonathan Hasbrouck ... Played club soccer for Triangle Futbol Club and coach Pete Sadin, as well as the Stingers and coaches Jon Hasbrouck and Larry Gibbs ... Led Southeast Raleigh in assists and captained the Bulldogs to the conference regular season and tournament title ... An all-conference and all-region selection, she also garnered

academic all-conference honors for the second-straight year ... Played and started every game as a prep junior and captained Bulldogs to state cup championship, scoring 24 points on six goals and 12 assists ... Helped pace Triangle Futbol Club to an appearance in the semifinals at the state tournament ... Scored five goals and added two assists over the last three seasons with the Stingers in helping to lead the club organization to a pair of state cup titles, as well as an appearance in the finals in 2004 ... Also lettered in volleyball at Southeast Raleigh.

Personal The daughter of Dionne and Trey Wells ... Has a younger brother, Cameron ... A nursing major at UNCP.

As a Freshman • 2007 Played and started in 17 games for UNCP … Scored five points on two goals and one assist … Took 15 shots, six of which were on goal (.400) … Scored first collegiate point on a goal at Limestone, while also adding a score against Mount Olive … Tallied lone assist of the season against St. Andrews … Registered a season-best four shots against Mount Olive … Played every minute of nine contests, including a season-best 110 in UNCP’s tie with Armstrong Atlantic.

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JENNY I RV I N E Defender/Midfielder Senior • 5-7 Fayetteville, N.C. (Jack Britt HS)

11 As a Sophomore • 2008 Played in seven games for the Braves … Had a pair of shots against Georgia Southwestern, one of which was on goal (.500) … Recorded a seasonhigh playing time of 59 minutes in the teams first game against St. Andrews on August 28.

As a Freshman • 2007 PBC Presidential Honor Roll selection (gold level) … Played in nine games for UNCP with one start to her credit … Took three shots, one of which was on goal (.333) … Earned first career start at Columbus State … Logged shots against both Queens and USC Aiken, as well as a shot on goal against Georgia Southwestern … Played a season-best 68 minutes against Mount Olive.

High School / Club Prepped at Jack Britt High School for coach Nat Bunphithak ... Played and started every game as a prep senior en route to leading the Buccaneers to a 15-3 record and a runner-up finish in the conference for the second-straight year … Earned all-conference and team most valuable player accolades … Earned all-conference honors as a junior in helping to pace the Buccaneers to a 14-4 clip, while also being decorated with Jack Britt’s studentathlete of the week laurel.

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C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

2007

9

1

0

0

0

3

.000

1

.333

2008

7

0

0

0

0

2

.000

1

.500

Totals

16

1

0

0

0

5

.000

2

.400

Personal The daughter of Linda Irvine Galvano and Tony Galvano … Has an older sister, Melissa … A special education major at UNCP.


BRITNEY JOINER Forward Sophomore • 5-3 Jacksonville, N.C. (Jacksonville HS)

4 Personal

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

2008

23

12

11

4

26

71

.155

33

.465

Totals

23

12

11

4

26

71

.155

33

.465

The daughter of Samantha and George Turnley … Has a younger sister, Tiffany, and a younger brother, Stefan … An exercise and sports science major at UNCP.

As a Freshman • 2008 Took home PBC’s Freshman of the Year award … Played in 23 games while starting in 12 … Scored 26 points with 11 goals and four assists … Took 71 shots, 33 of which were on goal (.465) … Scored two game winning goals in the regular season against Limestone and Lander … Also netted three PBC Tournament goals USC Aiken, GCSU and Pfeiffer.

High School / Club Prepped at Jacksonville High School for coaches David Miller and John Sweeney … Helped lead Cardinals to a 16-7-1 record and a runner-up finish in 3A/4A conference as a senior … Earned all-state laurels, while also grabbing her secondstraight all-conference and all-region honors … Also earned offensive player of the year accolades, the Brittany Willis sportsmanship award and an invitation to the East-West games … Prepped at Southwest Onslow High School for coach John Sweeney as a junior where she earned all-area laurels … A threesport athlete, also participated in track and volleyball at Jacksonville.

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H E AT H E R JONES Defender/Midfielder Senior • 5-8 Waxhaw, N.C. (Parkwood HS)

22 As a Junior • 2008 Played 23 games and started in 22 … Netted one point for UNCP with an assist against Erskine … Took five shots, two of which were on goal (.400) … Had season-high pair of shots against Carson Newman … Played an notable 12 games totaling more than 90 minutes of play with her season-best 110 minute game against Armstrong Atlantic.

As a Sophomore • 2007 PBC Presidential Honor Roll selection (bronze level) … Played in all 19 games for UNCP with 14 starts to her credit … Took 12 shots, nine of which were on goal (.750) … Registered a season-best three shots (two on goal) against Mount Olive … Played at least 90 minutes in five outings, including a season-best 110 in UNCP’s tie with Armstrong Atlantic.

As a Freshman • 2006 Played in 19 games for UNCP with 16 starts to her credit ... Took six shots, five of which were on goal (.833) ... Logged first career start in a 3-0 win over Chowan ... Took a season-best two shots in a 2-0 win over USC Aiken in the regular season finale.

High School / Club Attended Parkwood High School in Charlotte … Also earned three letters in basketball … Was named all-conference her junior and senior seasons

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C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2005

19

16

0

0

0

6

.000

5

.833

2007

19

14

0

0

0

12

.000

9

.750

2008

23

22

0

1

1

5

.000

2

.400

Totals

61

52

0

1

1

23

.000

16

.696

… Team won their conference her last two seasons … Was named MVP and all-region her senior season … Was team captain her senior year.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

Personal The daughter of Jan and Tom Jones … Has an older sister, Jessica … Enrolled in pre-major studies at UNCP.

* 2009 Co-Captain


MELANIE KISER Forward Sophomore • 5-4 Richlands, N.C. (Richlands HS)

15 As a Freshman • 2008

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

2008

3

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

Totals

3

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

Played in three games for the Braves … Took the field on Sept. 10 for her first collegiate game against Queens where she had a season-best 17 minutes of play.

High School / Club Prepped at Richlands High School for coach P.J. McManus … Helped lead Wildcats to a 15-7-2 record and the third round of the state playoffs as a senior … Earned all-conference laurels, as well as an invitation to the East/West Showcase, after an outstanding junior season that saw her scored 26 points on 10 goals and six assists in pacing RHS to a 17-82 record and the fourth round of the state playoffs … Was also a volleyball standout for the Wildcats, earning a pair of all-conference and all-region awards.

Personal The daughter of Leanna and Howard Kiser … Has an older brother; Josh … Graduated in the top 17 percent (36th) of her 206-member senior class at RHS while maintaining a 3.928 cumulative GPA … A nursing major at UNCP.

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S H E E NA M AT U R E Defender Junior • 5-1 Swansboro, N.C. (Swansboro HS)

7 As a Sophomore • 2008 Played in all 23 games while starting in nine for UNCP … Tallied five points with a pair of assists … Had five shots, three of which were on goal (.600) … Season included four games with 90 of more minutes of playing time, including season-best 93 minutes against North Georgia.

As a Freshman • 2007 PBC Presidential Honor Roll selection (silver level) … Played in 17 games for UNCP with four starts to her credit … Scored one point after logging an assist on Jamie Clarke’s goal at Barton … Took five shots, three of which were on goal (.600) … Earned first career start at Columbus State … Turned in a pair of shots on goal, her first shots of the season, against Mount Olive … Played 90 or more minutes on three occasions, including 100 minutes of playing time against North Georgia.

High School / Club Prepped at Swansboro High School for coach Derick Jenkins … Played club soccer for Coastal Crew and coach Ray Colley … Played and started every game and helped lead the Pirates to a 23-1-1 record, a conference and state championship and a No. 1 ranking in the state … Earned her third consecutive all-conference nod … Selected defensive player of the year by the Jacksonville Daily

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C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

2007

17

4

0

1

1

5

.000

3

.600

2008

23

9

0

2

2

5

.000

3

.600

Totals

40

13

0

3

3

10

.000

6

.600

News … Helped pace Coastal Crew to a semifinal appearance in the USYS NCYSA U-17 state cup and a No. 3 ranking in the state … Was also an all-conference performer in track for Swansboro.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

Personal The daughter of Erma and Charles Mature … Has an older sister, Krystle, and a younger sister, Kristina … An art studio major at UNCP.


REBECCA WO M AC K Midfielder Sophomore • 5-1 Thomasville, N.C. (North Davidson HS)

30 As a Freshman • 2008

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S Year

GP GS

G

A

Pts.

Shots Shot% SOG SOG%

2008

16

0

2

0

4

3

.667

3

1.00

Totals

16

0

2

0

4

3

.667

3

1.00

Played in 16 games to start off her collegiate career with the Braves … Picked up four points for UNCP with a pair of goals … Took three shots, all of which were on goal (1.00) … Took the field for the first time against St. Andrews where she found 35 minutes of playing time … Netted her first collegiate goal against Pfeiffer.

High School / Club Prepped at North Davidson High School for coach Greg Beall ... Holds the record for assists in a season and points in a career ... also broke the alltime leading scorer record ... Helped the Black Knights to a 15-7-0 record and the second round of the state playoffs as the squad’s captain her senior year ... Was awarded offensive player of the year ... Recorded 22 goals, eight assists, and 150 points and earned all-conference and team MVP honors her junior year while advancing to the second round of the state playoffs. Traveled to Trinidad and Tobago in 2005 to train with the National Team ... Also ran cross country for North Davidson for three years earning all county honors all three seasons.

Personal The daughter of Lisa and Johnny Womack ... Has one brother; Zane ... Was on the academic honor roll in ninth and 10th grade ... Biology major at UNCP.

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ASHLEY ANCTIL Forward Freshman • 5-4 Jacksonville, N.C. (Richlands HS)

27 High School / Club

Personal

Prepped at Richlands High School for Coach PJ McManus ... Started in all 26 games during her final year with McManus … Recorded 25 goals and 18 assists on 90 shots, 51 of which were on goal … Garnered all-area allregion and all-conference 1st Team honors as well as the most valuable offensive player award for leading the Wildcats to a 17-8-1 record.

The daughter of Mitchell and Angela Oltmann … Has one younger brother; Andrew … When she signed with the Braves, Anctil was ranked 11th in her class of 216 carrying a 3.931 GPA into graduation … A member of Beta Club and the World Languages Club … Undecided in her major at UNCP.

ANDREA COLLÉN Midfielder Freshman • 5-4 Umeå, Sweden (Dragonskolan)

3

High School / Club

Personal

Prepped with the Mariehem SK in Sweden under coach Christer Oscarsson.

The daughter of Jamshid Khodadadi and Annika Collén … Has two brothers, Oskar and Niclas as well as two sisters, Anna and Anja … Received a scholarship as the most ambitions student in the commune of Umeå during her high school years … Participated in the school’s assembly of environmental development at Dragonskolan.

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FA N N Y FORSMAN Defender Freshman • 5-5 Borås, Sweden (Sven Eriksongymnasiet)

16

High School / Club

Personal

Prepped with the Dalsjoförs in Sweden under coach Ethem.

The daughter of Lennart and Tove Forsman … Has two brothers, Philip and Fabian.

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Forward Freshman • 5-10 Alkmaar, The Netherlands (Bergen SG)

High School / Club

Personal

Prepped with the BSV Bergen soccer team under Wesley Louwe in The Netherlands … Also played as a Junior in the United States as a foreign exchange student at Richmond Senior High School under coach Bennie Howard … Earned all-conference honors at Richmond Senior HS.

The daughter of Ron and Jantien Groothuis … Has one sister, Lotte … Was a foreign exchange student in the United States during 2007 living with Jeffrey and Joy Starling.

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JENESSA MIKOLOWSKI 24 High School / Club Prepped at Clayton High School for Coach Sena Maziarz ... Led the Comets to an 18-5 clip during her junior year … During her high school career Mikolowski was named Defensive Player of the Year for the Greater Neuse River Conference and AllConference team member in addition to being a two-time All-Region team

Defender Freshman • 5’7” Clayton, N.C. (Clayton HS)

member … During her years at Clayton, her team was the conference champions and advanced to the first round of the state playoffs … Mikolowski was also named a three-time all-academic team member while holding a 4.4 weighted GPA.

Personal Mikolowski is the daughter of Leon and Josefa Mikolowski … Has two sisters, Alishia and Selina … Mikolowski graduated 33rd in her class of 408 students … After living in Germany for 10 years, Mikolowski is fluent in German and is also a member of National Honor Society and Art Club … A Sports Science and Exercise major at UNCP.

BRITTANY PA D I L L A Midfielder Freshman • 5-6 Jacksonville, N.C. (Jacksonville HS) High School / Club Prepped at Jacksonville High School for Coach D. Miller … A four-year letterman for the Cardinals in soccer and basketball … Twice named Female Athlete of the Year and was a two-time All-Area honorable mention in basketball … Played for the OCSA ’90 Coastal Crew team

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20

coached by Roger Carrol … Prior to coming to UNCP Padilla helped the Coastal Crew team roll to a 29-2-2 record … A member of the Coastal Crew team when they were named 2009 U.S. club national champions as well as CESA Classic champions, two-time Region III Premiere league champions, NICK Cup champions, Matt Helms Cup champions and the Raleigh Shootout champions.

Personal The daughter of Carlos and Teresa Padilla … Has two siblings, Broderick and Cassandra … Held a 3.3 GPA and graduated 103rd in her class of 306 … A member of Math Club and the former junior class representative … An Elementary Education major at UNCP.


REA S E G OV I A N O Goal Keeper Freshman • 5-6 Jacksonville, N.C. (White Oak HS) High School / Club Prepped at White Oak High School for Coach Buddy Carroll … A letterman with the Vikings in soccer (four years) and basketball (three years) … Garnered 2008 NCHSAA All-Region laurels … Picked up All-Region team member while also being named to the Jacksonville Daily News All-Conference team … Led the Lady Vikings to a NCHSAA

00

3A State Championship during her senior year … Anchored the defense that allowed the OCSA ’90 Costal Crew, coached by Roger Carroll, to bring home a US Club National Championship.

Personal

a sister, Aja and brother, Enrique … Graduated 28th in her glass of 262 while maintaining a 4.0 grade points average … A member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and the Spanish Club at White Oak High School … A Sports Science and Exercise major at UNCP.

The daughter of Enrique and Donella Segoviano … Has two younger siblings

A N NA SVENSSON Forward Freshman • 5-8 Norrkoping, Sweden (Kunskapsgymnasiet)

21 High School / Club

Personal

Prepped with the Eneby BK soccer team in Sweden under coach Peter Gustafsson.

The daughter of Anders and Christine Svensson … Has one brother, Calle, and two sisters, Jenny and Sanna.

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Jenny Irvine


JUNIORS Cla ss of 201 1

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42 46 47 48 48 49 50

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2008 Game Summaries 2008 Season Statistics 2008 PBC Review UNCP Records Series Records Awards and Honors Year-By-Year Results


2008 Game Summaries

UNC Pembroke St. Andrews

August 28, 2008 Knights Field • Laurinburg, N.C.

UNC Pembroke St. Andrews

(1-0-0) (0-1-0)

1 2 0 0

3 0

UNC Pembroke Limestone

3 0

UNC Pembroke Limestone

30:24 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Akins) 51:59 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Corbett) 64:47 UNCP Emily DesJarlais (Corbett, Greaves) UNCP 25 12 4 10 13

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

SAPC 6 4 9 1 11

Cautions and Ejections: none

St. Andrews: Brown (4), Frazer (1), Miller (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 4 saves; Burton (SAPC) 90:00, 9 saves, 3 goals.

UNC Pembroke Queens

September 10, 2008 Queens Sports Complex • Charlotte, N.C.

(4-0-0) (0-4-1)

3 0

UNC Pembroke Pfeiffer

24:00 UNCP Britney Joiner (Corbett) 33:57 UNCP Melanie Cobb (unassisted) 47:01 UNCP Faye Corbett (Cobb) UNCP 44 15 1 7 12

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

LC 2 1 12 0 8

3 1 0 0

UNCP 12 3 6 5 21

Limestone: Carter (1), Brothers (1).

UNC Pembroke Lenoir-Rhyne

4 0

UNC Pembroke Lenoir-Rhyne

September 13, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

(5-0-0) (5-1-0)

1 2 0 1

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (5), Nisa Akins (3), Britney Joiner (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Faye Corbett (2), Brittany Greaves (2), Sam Dunn (1), Hanna Pirinen (1), Emily DesJarlias (1), Meredith Pierson (1). Queens: Byzewski (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 1 save; Kornacki (QU) 45:00, 4 saves, 3 goals, Landry (QU) 45:00, 3 saves, 1 goal.

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 10 6 5 3 9

(3-0-0) (0-1-0)

1 1 0 0

UNCP 13 7 4 3 14

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

2 0

PU 12 4 5 3 9

Cautions and Ejections: none Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Kayla Peevy (3), Britney Joiner (2), Hanna Pirinen (2), Lauren Townsend (2), Sam Dunn (1), Melanie Cobb (1), Faye Corbett (1), Brittany Greaves (1), Meredith Pierson (1). Pfeiffer: Hawkins (4), Wombwell (3), Bartsch (2), Reale (1), Moulton (1), Reaves (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 4 save; Hinman (PU) 90:00, 12 saves, 3 goals.

3 1

UNC Pembroke Wingate

3 1

UNC Pembroke Wingate

38:06 UNCP Britney Joiner (unassisted) 54:49 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Akins) 79:06 UNCP Britney Joiner (unassisted) 80:27 LRU Lauren Rosch (Shope) QU 18 9 3 6 12

September 1, 2008 N.E. Lesko Field • Misenheimer, N.C.

2 0

7:45 UNCP Own Goal 69:42 UNCP Rebecca Womack (Pirinen, Akins)

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (13), Britney Joiner (9), Hanna Pirinen (4), Faye Corbett (4), Emily DesJarlais (3) Sam Dunn (2), Nisa Akins (2), Meredith Pierson (2), Brittany Greaves (2), Heather Jones (1), Ashley McManus (1), Sheena Mature (1).

4 0

Cautions and Ejections: none

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2 1 0 0

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 1 save; Boyce (LC) 90:00, 12 saves, 3 goals.

13:33 UNCP Hanna Pirinen (Corbett) 16:55 UNCP Nisa Akins (Cobb) 44:31 UNCP Brtitney Joiner (unassisted) 63:00 UNCP Faye Corbett (Akins, Pirinen) Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

(2-0-0) (0-1-0)

UNC Pembroke Pfeiffer

Cautions and Ejections: YC-LC #TM (50:32), YCUNCP Brittany Greaves (56:59)

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (13), Hanna Pirinen (4), Sam Dunn (2), Nisa Akins (1), Faye Corbett (1), Karmi Dagnachew (1), Brittany Greaves (1), Kayla Peevy (1), Emily DesJarlais (1).

UNC Pembroke Queens

August 30, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

3 0

September 17, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

(6-0-0) (5-2-0)

2 1 1 0

3 1 3 1

16:37 WU Own Goal 27:55 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Akins) 38:58 UNCP Meredith Pierson (Cobb) 77:53 UNCP Hanna Pirinen (Joiner) LRU 12 6 3 3 14

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 17 9 5 6 10

WU 14 6 6 5 11

Cautions and Ejections: YC-LRU #17 Stevie Dillenger

Cautions and Ejections: YC-UNCP #9 Melanie Cobb (69:57); YC-WU #22 Kerstin Williams (89:40).

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Britney Joiner (2), Nisa Akins (1), Hanna Pirinen (1), Rebecca Womack (1).

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Britney Joiner (5), Hanna Pirinen (4), Melanie Cobb (3), Sam Dunn (2), Nisa Akins (1), Brittany Greaves (1), Meredith Pierson (1). Clayton State: Madi Welch (4), Lisa Service (2), Julie Zielinski (2), Ashlee Pentony (2), Jordan Mayer (1), Kerstin Williams (1), Katelyn Butler (1), Kelly Adams (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 5 saves, 1 goal; Smith (WU) 90:00, 6 saves, 3 goals.

Lenoir-Rhyne: Laura Linehan (3), Kaelia Frazier (2), Kelsey Eidson (2), Marianna Shackelford (2), Lauren Rosch (1), Audrey Moore (1), Stevie Dellinger (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 5 saves, 1 goal; Burwell (LRU) 90:00, 3 saves, 3 goals.


2008 Game Summaries

UNC Pembroke Georgia College

September 20, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

UNC Pembroke Georgia College

(7-0-0) (3-1-1)

1 0 0 0

1 0

UNC Pembroke Armstrong Atlantic

1 0

UNC Pembroke Armstrong Atlantic

September 22, 2008 AT&T Field • Savannah, Ga.

(7-0-1) (4-2-2)

0 0 0 0

0 0

UNC Pembroke Columbus State

0 0

UNC Pembroke Columbus State

40:51 UNCP Nisa Akins (Mature) UNCP 12 3 3 3 17

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

GCSU 5 3 2 1 8

Cautions and Ejections: YC-GCSU #TM (76:01) Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Britney Joiner (5), Melanie Cobb (2), Hanna Pirinen (2), Nisa Akins (2), Faye Corbett (1). Georgia College: Lyric Burnett (2), Hayley Ferrell (1), Leah Frazer (1), Jessica Newland (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 3 saves; Plunkett (CLSU) 90:00, 2 saves, 1 goal.

UNCP 18 9 7 6 9

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

AASU 17 7 9 2 8

Cautions and Ejections: YC-AASU #3 Emily Latner (97:06); YC-UNCP #TM (108:48)

October 1, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

UNC Pembroke Catawba

(8-1-1) (7-3-0)

3 0 2 0

Armstrong Atlantic: Kristin Burton (7), Emily Latner (4), Bjorg Magnea Olafs (4), Jennifer Brian (1), Pordis Petursdottir (1).

3 2

UNC Pembroke Clayton State

3 2

UNC Pembroke Clayton State

1:57 UNCP Britney Joiner (Corbett) 4:23 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Greaves) 26:50 CATW Tasha Wilhelm (unassisted) 33:43 UNCP Brittany Greaves (unassisted) 41:05 CATW Leala Ghorbani (unassisted) Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 17 7 3 7 9

Cautions and Ejections: none Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (6), Britney Joiner (5), Brittany Greaves (2), Kayla Peevy (1), Karmi Dagnachew (1), Nisa Akins (1), Sheena Mature (1). Catawba: Suarez (3), Nichols (3), Ghorbani (2), Schwertner (2), McFarland (2), Retundie (1), Wilhelm (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 3 saves, 2 goals; Binder (CATW) 90:00, 4 saves, 3 goals.

(7-1-1) (9-2-0)

1 0 1 2

1 3

1:33 CSU Gina Goforth (Walthall) 9:56 UNCP Faye Corbett (Cobb) 74:42 CSU Melinda Bush (Mathews) 81:26 CSU Gina Goforth (MacEachern, Parrish) UNCP 11 4 5 6 9

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

CSU 16 8 3 10 9

October 3, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

(6-3-1) (5-3-1)

3 0 0 0

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 12 3 6 5 21

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Britney Joiner (4), Karmi Dagnachew (3), Melanie Cobb (2), Faye Corbett (2). Columbus State: Gina Goforth (4), Stephanie Parrish (3), Sarah Hawkins (2), Kellie Myles (1), Lindsey Morgan (1), Rachel Walthall (1), Leslie Mathews (1), MacEachern (1), Floyd (1), Bush (1) . Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 5 saves, 3 goals; Sanchez (CSU) 90:00, 3 saves, 1 goal.

3 0

UNC Pembroke Erskine

3 0

UNC Pembroke Erskine

5:42 UNCP Melanie Cobb (unassisted) 18:06 UNCP Faye Corbett (unassisted) 22:49 UNCP Nisa Akins (Cobb)

CATW 14 5 4 4 8

September 26, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

Cautions and Ejections: none

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Britney Joiner (6), Melanie Cobb (4), Faye Corbett (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Hanna Pirinen (1), Lauren Townsend (1), Brittany Greaves (1).

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 110:00, 6 saves; Mitchell (AASU) 110:00, 9 saves.

UNC Pembroke Catawba

1 3

CCSU 18 9 3 6 12

Cautions and Ejections: none

October 8, 2008 Huggins Field • Due West, S.C.

(10-1-1) (2-6-0)

2 3 0 0

5 0

6:20 UNCP Nisa Akins (Jones) 24:37 UNCP Sam Dunn (unassisted) 46:30 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Corbett) 48:00 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Peevy) 70:00 UNCP Britney Joiner (unassisted) Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 10 10 1 8 2

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (4), Faye Corbett (3), Emily DesJarlais (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Nisa Akins (2), Britney Joiner (2), Ashley McManus (1), Caroline Schmidt (1), Anna Wommack (1), Karmi Dagnachew (1).

Cautions and Ejections: none

Clayton State: Dreasler (2), Smith-Dack (2), Mueller (2), Powell (1), Durham (1).

Erskine: Patterson (2), Tinker (1).

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 4 saves; Jowers (CCSU) 6:42, 0 saves, 1 goal; Bettis (CCSU) 85:18, 9 saves, 2 goals.

5 0

EC 3 1 10 0 2

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Sam Dunn (3), Melanie Cobb (3), Faye Corbett (2), Nisa Akins (1), Britney Joiner (1).

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 1 save; Lawson (EC) 90:00, 10 saves, 5 goals.

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2008 Game Summaries

UNC Pembroke Lander

October 11, 2008 Lander Soccer Field • Greenwood, S.C. UNC Pembroke (11-1-1) 1 2 Lander (6-4-0) 0 1

3 1

UNC Pembroke North Georgia

3 1

UNC Pembroke North Georgia

23:46 UNCP Hanna Pirinen (Joiner) 68:25 UNCP Britney Joiner (unassisted) 71:05 UNCP Sam Dunn (Cobb) 75:35 LU Kelley Maupin (unassisted) Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

October 16, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

(12-1-1) (6-4-2)

0 0 1 0 0 0

1 0 1 0

93:26 UNCP Emily DesJarlais

UNCP 13 10 4 3 8

LU 8 5 7 4 3

Cautions and Ejections: YC-LU #6 Katrina Lyytikainen (65:38) Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (6), Britney Joiner (3), Sam Dunn (1), Hanna Pirinen (1), Meredith Pierson (1). Lander: Finnberg (4), Maupin (1), Polhamus (1), Hall (1), Hine (1).

UNCP 12 5 1 2 16

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

NGCSU 4 1 4 2 21

Cautions and Ejections: none Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Sam Dunn (2), Melanie Cobb (2), Karmi Dagnachew (2), Britney Joiner (1), Sheena Mature (1), Faye Corbett (1), Emily DesJarlais (1), Lauren Townsend (1), Brittany Greaves (1). North Georgia: Martin (2), Douglass (1), Nunnery (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 93:26, 1 save; English (NGCSU) 93:26, 4 saves, 1 goal.

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 4 saves, 1 goal; Baltz (LU) 90:00, 7 saves, 3 goals.

UNC Pembroke Georgia Southwestern

October 25, 2008 GSW Soccer Field • Americus, Ga. UNC Pembroke (14-1-1) 3 4 Georgia Southwestern (5-12-1) 0 0

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 40 21 2 8 5

UNC Pembroke Chowan

7 0

UNC Pembroke Lander

Cautions and Ejections: YC-GSW #13 Kalila Lincoln (65:15) Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (10), Faye Corbett (5), Ashley McManus (3), Britney Joiner (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Sam Dunn (2), Lauren Townsend (2), Karmi Dagnachew (2), Jenny Irvine (2), Hanna Pirinen (2), Alisia Gustafson (2), Nisa Akins (1), Heather Jones (1), Brittany Greaves (1), Caroline Schmidt (1), Emily DesJarlais (1). Georgia Southwestern: Kesha Thompson (3), Elizabeth Keller (1), Stephanie Patrylo (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 2 saves; Richardson (GSW) 90:00, 13 saves, 7 goals.

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5 0

8:49 UNCP Nisa Akins (Corbett, Greaves) 27:41 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Greaves) 47:30 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Corbett) 83:20 UNCP Anna Wommak (Cobb) 85:57 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Mature) UNCP 48 23 1 14 6

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

BC 2 1 18 1 5

Cautions and Ejections: none Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (12), Sam Dunn (7), Ashley McManus( Emily DesJarlais (6), Nisa Akins (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Anna Wommack (2), Hanna Pirinen (2), Alisia Gustafson (2), Faye Corbett (1), Heather Jones (1), Brittany Greaves (1), Britney Joiner (1), Sheena Mature (1). Barton: Wilkerson (2).

October 29, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

(15-1-1) (7-10-1)

2 2 0 0

4 0

UNC Pembroke USC Aiken

4 0

UNC Pembroke USC Aiken

0:54 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Corbett) 8:10 UNCP Nisa Akins (Cobb) 54:51 UNCP Nisa Akins (Peevy) 56:48 UNCP Brittany Greaves (Dagnachew)

GSW 5 2 13 2 4

October 22, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C. UNC Pembroke (13-1-1) 2 3 Barton (7-6-2) 0 0

5 0

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 1 save; Macri (BC) 90:00, 16 saves, 5 goals.

7 0

27:28 UNCP Sam Dunn (Greaves) 30:58 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Joiner) 36:15 UNCP Britney Joiner (unassisted) 50:40 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Greaves) 51:59 UNCP Ashley McManus (unassisted) 53:48 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Dagnachew) 59:00 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Akins)

UNC Pembroke Barton

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 12 7 0 5 5

November 1, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

(16-1-1) (3-12-2)

2 0 0 0

2 0 2 0

6:40 UNCP Karmi Dagnachew (Cobb) 34:50 UNCP Melanie Cobb (unassisted)

CU 2 0 5 2 13

Cautions and Ejections: none Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (7), Nisa Akins (6), Hanna Pirinen (5), Kayla Peevy (2), Ashley McManus (2), Brittany Greaves (2), Sam Dunn (1), Karmi Dagnachew (1), Caroline Schmidt (1), Britney Joiner (1), Emily DesJarlais (1). Chowan: McCarthy (2), Danzeisen (2), Bradford (1), Duncan (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 2 saves; Brown (CU) 90:00, 9 saves, 4 goals.

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 12 3 6 5 21

USCA 2 0 5 2 13

Cautions and Ejections: none Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (4), Sam Dunn (2), Faye Corbett (2), Nisa Akins (1), Emily DesJarlais (1), Kami Dagnachew (1), Brittany Greaves (1). USC Aiken: Whitley (1), Marshall (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00; Westphal (USCA) 90:00, 5 saves, 2 goals.


2008 Game Summaries

UNC Pembroke USC Aiken

November 4, 2008 Varsity Grounds • Pembroke, N.C.

UNC Pembroke USC Aiken

(17-1-1) (3-15-2)

0 1 0 0

1 0

UNC Pembroke Georgia College

1 0

UNC Pembroke Georgia College

75:45 UNCP Britney Joiner (Peevy) UNCP 26 10 1 7 10

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

USCA 1 1 9 1 12

Cautions and Ejections: YC-UNCP #TM (68:06) Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (8), Britney Joiner (7), Ashley McManus (3), Kayla Peevy (2), Sam Dunn (2), Faye Corbett (2), Sheena Mature (1), Lauren Townsend (1). USC Aiken: Goodwin (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 1 save; Westphal (USCA) 90:00, 8 saves, 1 goal.

UNC Pembroke Pfeiffer

November 15, 2008 McCown Field • Jefferson City, Tenn.

UNC Pembroke Pfeiffer

(19-2-1) (14-9-0)

1 1 0 1

UNCP 19 11 2 6 23

(18-1-1) (13-2-4)

0 2 0 1

UNC Pembroke Columbus State

2 1

UNC Pembroke Columbus State

62:57 UNCP Own Goal (unassisted) 64:41 UNCP Britney Joiner (Akins) 87:59 GCSU Tawney Moffat (Owen) UNCP 18 9 6 2 5

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

November 9, 2008 Blanchard Woods Park • Evans, Ga.

(18-2-1) (19-3-1)

0 1 0 1

0 1

1 2 1 2

61:35 UNCP Rebecca Womack (Townsend) 80:58 CSU Stephanie Parrish (Walthall) 93:22 CSU Stephanie Parrish (Morgan) GCSU 19 7 7 5 8

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 6 4 9 4 9

CSU 21 11 3 10 10

Cautions and Ejections: YC-GCSU #2 Daria Owen (55:05)

Cautions and Ejections: YC-CSU #23 Kim Gaughan (80:29)

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Britney Joiner (6), Melanie Cobb (5), Sam Dunn (3), Nisa Akins (2), Faye Corbett (1), Lauren Townsend (1).

Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Britney Joiner (1), Sam Dunn (1), Nisa Akins (1), Melanie Cobb (1), Lauren Townsend (1), Rebecca Womack (1).

Georgia College: Ferrell (7), Nevin (4), Emerson (2), Owen (2), McAlpin (1), Frazer (1), Teresi (1), Moffat (1).

Columbus State: Parrish (8), Goforth (4), Walthall (3), Myles (2), Morgan (1), Gaughan (1), MacEachern (1), Floyd (1).

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 5 saves, 1 goal; Plunkett (CLSU) 90:00, 7 saves, 2 goals.

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 7 saves, 2 goals; Sanchez (CSU) 90:00, 3 saves, 1 goal.

2 1

UNC Pembroke Carson-Newman

2 1

UNC Pembroke Carson Newman

14:49 UNCP Melanie Cobb (Akins) 48:46 PU Ashleigh Rhoads (Blevins) 65:03 UNCP Britney Joiner (Peevy) Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

November 7, 2008 Blanchard Woods Park • Evans, Ga.

2 1

November 16, 2008 McCown Field • Jefferson City, Tenn.

(19-3-1) (16-5-1)

0 0 1 0

0 1 0 0

25:47 CN Brittany Moore (unassisted)

PU 8 3 9 1 12

Cautions and Ejections: YC-PU #22 Lindsey Minthorn (73:26), YC-PU #13 Ashley Hawkins (81:16) Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (4), Ashley McManus (4), Britney Joiner (3), Faye Corbett (3), Kayla Peevy (1), Sam Dunn (1), Nisa Akins (1), Lauren Townsend (1), Brittany Greaves(1). Pfeiffer: Blevins (3), Bartsch (1), Kerth (1), Caudle (1), Hawkins (1), Rhoads (1).

Shots Shots on Goal Saves Corner Kicks Fouls

UNCP 8 4 8 3 9

CN 16 9 4 6 12

Cautions and Ejections: YC-CN #10 Maggie Alexander (56:32) Shots Taken: UNC Pembroke: Melanie Cobb (2), Heather Jones (2), Britney Joiner (1), Sam Dunn (1), Lauren Townsend (1), Hanna Pirinen (1). Carson Newman: Howell (4), Wright (3), Moore (3), Gruenenfelder (2), Hunter (2), Perea (1), Morris (1). Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 7 saves, 1 goal; MacKenzie (CN) 90:00, 4 saves.

Goalkeeper Stats: Beverly (UNCP) 90:00, 2 saves, 1 goal; Alcala (PU) 90:00, 9 saves, 2 goals.

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2008 Statistics

RECORD ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

19 - 3 - 1 6-2-1 13 - 1 - 0

10 - 1 - 0 4-1-0 6-0-0

7-1-1 2-0-1 5-1-0

2-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0

Individual Leaders

Individual Statistics #

9 4 6 10 25 13 5 17 12 30 2 14 20 16 8 7 22 21 3 11 23 15

Player

Cobb, Melanie Joiner, Britney Akins, Nisa Corbett, Faye Greaves, Brittany Pirinen, Hanna Dunn, Sam Dagnachew, Karmi DesJarlais, Emily Womack, Rebecca Peevy, Kayla Townsend, Lauren McManus, Ashley Pierson, Meredith Wommack, Anna Mature, Sheena Jones, Heather Gustafson, Alisia Schmidt, Caroline Irvine, Jenny Adams, Cassie Kiser, Melanie

TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP 23 23 23 23 22 21 23 17 17 16 21 23 18 12 10 23 23 8 7 7 6 3

23 23

G

19 11 7 4 2 3 3 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

59 13

A

10 4 8 8 6 2 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

49 9

PTS

SH

48 26 22 16 10 8 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

167 35

SH%

120 71 29 34 17 30 34 12 18 3 22 11 21 6 3 5 5 4 3 2 0 0

.158 .155 .241 .118 .118 .100 .088 .083 .111 .667 .000 .091 .048 .167 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

450 202

.131 .064

SOG

GW

64 33 13 19 10 15 16 5 9 3 7 9 7 3 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 0

4 5 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

223 92

18 3

## GOALIE GP 31 Beverly, Whitney 23

Min. 2093:31

GA 13

GA Avg. 0.56

Saves 74

% .851

W 19

L 3

T 1

SO 14

TOTAL OPPONENTS

2093:31 2093:31

13 59

0.56 2.54

74 169

.851 .741

19 3 3 19

1 1

14 2

23 23

## POINTS 9 Melanie Cobb 4 Britney Joiner 6 Nisa Akins

GP 23 23 23

G 19 11 7

A 10 4 8

PTS 48 26 22

SHOTS 120 71 29

## GOALS 9 Melanie Cobb 4 Britney Joiner 6 Nisa Akins

GP 23 23 23

G 19 11 7

A 10 4 8

PTS 48 26 22

SHOTS 120 71 29

GP 23 23 23

No. 5 4 2 SHOTS 120 34 29

## GAME-WINNING GOALS 4 Britney Joiner 9 Melanie Cobb 6 Nisa Akins ## ASSISTS 9 Melanie Cobb 10 Faye Corbett 6 Nisa Akins

GP 23 23 23

G 19 4 7

A 10 8 8

PTS 48 16 22

## SHOTS 9 Melanie Cobb 4 Britney Joiner 10 Faye Corbett 5 Sam Dunn

GP 23 23 23 23

G 19 11 4 3

A 10 4 8 0

SHOTS 120 71 34 34

## SHOT % 30 Rebecca Womack 8 Anna Wommack 6 Nisa Akins

GP 16 10 23

G 2 1 7

A 0 0 8

SHOTS 3 3 29

## SHOTS ON GOAL 9 Melanie Cobb 4 Britney Joiner 10 Faye Corbett

SHOTS 120 71 34

## SOG % 30 Rebecca Womack 14 Lauren Townsend 8 Anna Wommack

G 2 1 1

GP 16 23 10

A 0 1 0

SOG 64 33 19 SHOTS 3 11 3

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UNCP 59-450 2.57 .131 223-450 .496 19.6 134 0-0

OPP 13-202 0.57 .064 92-202 .455 8.8 66 0-1

225 4 0

202 12 0

1040 11/95

790 9/88

SHOT % .667 .333 .241 SOG % .533 .465 .559

SOG 3 9 2

Team Statistics SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot Attempts Goals Scored Average Shot % Shots On Goal - Attempts SOG% Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Fouls Yellow Cards Red Cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg. Per Date Neutral Site #/Average 3/79

SHOT % .158 .155 .118 .088

GOALS BY PERIOD UNC Pembroke Opponents

1st 31 5

2nd 27 7

OT 1 1

OT2 0 0

TOTAL 59 13

SHOTS BY PERIOD UNC Pembroke Opponents

1st 226 72

2nd 221 124

OT 5 4

OT2 2 2

TOTAL 454 202

SAVES BY PERIOD UNC Pembroke Opponents

1st 28 83

2nd 48 84

OT 1 2

OT2 2 0

TOTAL 79 169

CORNERS BY PERIOD UNC Pembroke Opponents

1st 62 23

2nd 71 42

OT 0 1

OT2 1 0

TOTAL 134 66

FOULS BY PERIOD UNC Pembroke Opponents

1st 100 101

2nd 122 99

OT 3 1

OT2 0 1

TOTAL 225 202

SOG% 1.000 .818 .667


2008 PBC Review I------------Conference----------I W L T Pts 7 0 1 22 6 1 1 19 5 1 2 17 5 3 0 15 4 2 2 14 1 6 1 4 1 5 1 4 1 6 1 4 0 7 1 1

FINAL STANDINGS Columbus State UNC Pembroke GCSU North Georgia Armstrong Atlantic Clayton State *Lander USC Aiken Georgia Southwestern

I----------------------------Overall-------------------------I GP W L T Win % 26 21 4 1 .827 23 19 3 1 .848 20 13 3 4 .750 17 8 7 2 .529 20 11 6 3 .625 16 1 14 2 .118 20 6 9 1 .406 17 3 15 2 .200 19 5 14 1 .275 * one victory nullified .

Point Leaders ## POINTS 1. Columbus State. 2. UNC Pembroke. 3. Armstrong Atlantic 4. GCSU 5. North Georgia 6. Georgia Southwestern 7. Lander 8. USC Aiken 9. Clayton State

No. 209 167 136 125 99 59 47 36 35

Avg. 8.04 7.26 6.80 6.25 5.82 2.95 2.76 1.80 2.06

## POINTS 1. Burton, Kristin-AASU 2. Cobb, Melanie-UNCP 3. Goforth, Gina-CSU 4. Parrish, Stephanie-CSU 5. Ferrell, Hayley-GCSU Joiner, Britney-UNCP 7. Schenk, Lauren-NGCSU Akins, Nisa-UNCP Bush, Melinda-CSU 10. Hill, Brittney-GSW Walthall, Rachel-CSU

G 22 19 18 15 10 11 9 7 9 8 7

## GOALS 1. Columbus State 2. UNC Pembroke. 3. Armstrong Atlantic. 4. GCSU 5. North Georgia 6. Georgia Southwestern 7. Lander 8. USC Aiken 9. Clayton State

No. 75 59 49 43 34 23 18 14 12

Avg. 2.88 2.57 2.45 2.15 2.00 1.15 1.06 0.70 0.71

## ASSISTS 1. Columbus State 2. UNC Pembroke 3. GCSU 4. Armstrong Atlantic 5. North Georgia 6. Georgia Southwestern 7. Lander Clayton State 9. USC Aiken

No. 59 49 39 38 31 13 11 11 8

Avg. 2.27 2.13 1.95 1.90 1.82 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.40

A 6 10 4 5 6 4 4 8 4 3 5

Pts. 50 48 40 35 26 26 22 22 22 19 19

Save Leaders

Shot Leaders ## SHOTS 1. UNC Pembroke 2. Columbus State 3. Armstrong Atlantic 4. GCSU 5. North Georgia 6. Georgia Southwestern 7. Lander 8. USC Aiken 9. Clayton State

No. 450 430 384 325 242 217 201 165 120

Avg. 19.57 16.54 19.20 16.25 14.24 10.85 11.82 8.25 7.06

## SHOTS 1. Cobb, Melanie-UNCP 2. Burton, Kristin-AASU 3. Parrish, Stephanie-CSU 4. Goforth, Gina-CSU 5. Joiner, Britney-UNCP 6. Ferrell, Hayley-GCSU 7. Keller, Elizabeth-GSW 8. Finnberg, Jannica-LANDER 9. Hill, Brittney-GSW 10. Craine, Jamie-AASU

No. 120 88 83 72 71 54 49 45 44 43

Avg. 5.22 4.40 3.19 2.77 3.09 2.70 2.45 3.46 2.20 2.15

## SHOTS PER GAME 1. Cobb, Melanie-UNCP 2. Burton, Kristin-AASU 3. Finnberg, Jannica-LANDER 4. Parrish, Stephanie-CSU 5. Joiner, Britney-UNCP 6. Goforth, Gina-CSU 7. Ferrell, Hayley-GCSU 8. Keller, Elizabeth-GSW 9. Moss, Christin-LANDER 10. Hill, Brittney-GSW

GP 23 20 13 26 23 26 20 20 9 20

No. 120 88 45 83 71 72 54 49 20 44

Avg. 5.22 4.40 3.46 3.19 3.09 2.77 2.70 2.45 2.22 2.20

Foul Leaders ## FOULS 1. Columbus State 2. UNC Pembroke 3. Armstrong Atlantic 4. North Georgia 5. GCSU 6. USC Aiken 7. Lander 8. Clayton State 9. Georgia Southwestern

No. 254 225 214 194 191 166 132 126 90

## SAVES 1. Westphal, Nicole-USCA 2. Drabek, Christy-GSW 3. Jowers, Whitney-CLAYTON 4. Beverly, Whitney-UNCP 5. Plunkett, Mary Rob-GCSU 6. Mitchell, Tracey-AASU 7. Sanchez, Monica-CSU 8. Baltz, Katherine-LANDER 9. English, Jessica-NGCSU 10. Richardson, Lindsey-GSW

No. 117 108 83 74 70 68 67 58 54 40

Avg. 5.85 7.20 5.53 3.22 3.50 3.40 2.58 5.27 3.86 8.00

## SAVE % Saves GA Save% 1. Plunkett, Mary Rob-GCSU 70 9 .886 2. Beverly, Whitney-UNCP 74 13 .851 3. Sanchez, Monica-CSU 67 15 .817 4. English, Jessica-NGCSU 54 17 .761 5. Baltz, Katherine-LANDER 58 19 .753 6. Mitchell, Tracey-AASU 68 23 .747 7. Jowers, Whitney-CLAYTON 83 29 .741 8. Westphal, Nicole-USCA 117 41 741 9. Drabek, Christy-GSW 108 66 .621

## SHUTOUTS 1 .Beverly, Whitney-UNCP 2. Plunkett, Mary Rob-GCSU 3. Sanchez, Monica-CSU 4. Hine, Rachael-LANDER 5. Mitchell, Tracey-AASU English, Jessica-NGCSU 7. Jowers, Whitney-CLAYTON Westphal, Nicole-USCA Baltz, Katherine-LANDER 10. Ross, Kirsten-NGCSU Baggett, Rachel-LANDER Drabek, Christy-GSW Richardson, Lindsey-GSW

No. 14 9 8 5 4 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Avg. 0.61 0.45 0.31 0.71 0.20 0.29 0.13 0.10 0.18 0.25 0.33 0.07 0.20

Avg. 9.77 9.78 10.70 11.41 9.55 8.30 7.76 7.41 4.50

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UNCP Records

Individual Records

Team Records

GAME

GAME

Goals 4 - Simonae Taylor vs. Peace (2001); Melanie Cobb at Georgia Southwestern (2008) Assists 3 - Mary Kresse vs. Converse (2001); Simonae Taylor vs. Meredith (2001) Saves 14 - Hillary Helms at North Florida (2004)

Goals 12 - UNCP vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (2003) Assists 10 - UNCP vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (2003) Shots 48 - UNCP vs. Converse (2001) Largest Margin Of Victory 12 - UNCP vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (2003)

SEASON

SEASON

Goals 19 - Melanie Cobb (2008) Assists 10 - Jamie Clarke (2007); Melanie Cobb (2008) Points 48 - Melanie Cobb (2008) Saves 91 - Amanda Morrow (2002) Shutouts 14 - Whitney Beverly (2008)

Goals 44 - Melanie Cobb (2005-06, 2008) Assists 19 - Jamie Clarke (2003-05, 2007) Saves 240 - Hillary Helms (2003-06) Shutouts 24 - Whitney Beverly (2005-08) Games Played 68 - Simonae Taylor (2001-04)

W 7 4 13 12 13 7 12 19

L

9 11 5 5 6 11 6 3

T

PCT.

TOTALS

87

56

11

.601

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

1 4 0 2 1 1 1 1

.441 .316 .722 .684 .675 .395 .658 .848

MISCELLANEOUS

Victories 19 - UNCP in 2008 Goals 63 - UNCP in 2003 Assists 49 - UNCP in 2008 Shots 450 - UNCP in 2008 Saves 128 - UNCP in 2002 Shutouts 14 - UNCP in 20048 Fewest Goals Allowed 13 - UNCP in 2008 Fewest Shots Allowed 180 - UNCP in 2003 Consecutive Victories 11 - UNCP in 2008

CAREER

YEAR

Career Hat Tricks 3 - Melanie Cobb (2005-06, 2008) Single Season Hat Tricks 2 - Melanie Cobb (2008) Consecutive Hat Tricks 2 - Melanie Cobb (2008) Career Multi-Goal Games 9 - Melanie Cobb (2005-06, 2008) Single Season Multi-Goal Games 4 - Melanie Cobb (2005, 2008)

Team Records Opponent

W

Armstrong Atlantic 0 Barton 5 Belmont Abbey 1 Carson-Newman 0 Catawba 2 Chowan 4 Clayton State 3 Coker 3 Columbia 1 Columbus State 1 Converse 3 Erskine 1 Francis Marion 0 Georgia College 4 Georgia Southwestern 3 Kennesaw State 0 Lander 4 Lenoir-Rhyne 5

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

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0

Pct. .200 .611 1.000 .000 .500 .800 .333 1.000 1.000 .214 1.000 1.000 .000 .750 1.000 .000 .500 .600

Last Mtg. 2008 2008 2004 2008 2008 2008 2008 2006 2001 2008 2003 2008 2004 2008 2008 2004 2008 2008

Streak

Opponent

W

L

T

Pct.

L3, T2 W3 W1 L1 W1 W4 W1 W3 W1 L5 W3 W1 L6 W2 W3 L4 W1 W3

Limestone 4 Mars Hill 0 Meredith 1 Methodist 3 Mount Olive 4 Newberry 3 North Carolina Wesleyan1 North Florida 0 North Georgia 3 Peace 1 Pfeiffer 7 Queens 2 St. Andrews 6 Tusculum 0 USC Aiken 7 USC Upstate 2 Wingate 4

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 3

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0

.800 .000 1.000 .875 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .750 1.000 .875 1.000 .929 .000 .938 .417 .571

Last Mtg. 2008 2003 2001 2005 2007 2004 2003 2004 2008 2001 2008 2008 2008 2006 2008 2006 2008

Streak W4 L2 W1 W3, U4 W4 W3 W1 L4 W2 W1 W3 W2 W5, U7 L2 W7, U8 L1 W2


Awards & Honors

National/Region NSCAA ALL-AMERICA 2008 Whitney Beverly (1st Team) Melanie Cobb (3rd Team) DAKTRONICS ALL-AMERICA 2007 Lefke Boysen (H.M.) 2008 Whitney Beverly (H.M.) NSCAA ALL-REGION 2003 Jamie Clarke 2004 Jamie Clarke Simonae Taylor 2005 Melanie Cobb 2006 Melanie Cobb 2008 Whitney Beverly Melanie Cobb

Faye Corbett Lauren Townsend

DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION 2006 Melanie Cobb 2007 Lefke Boysen Alex McManus 2008 Whitney Beverly Melanie Cobb Faye Corbett Lauren Townsend Brittany Greaves

Peach Belt Conference

ALL-PEACH BELT CONFERENCE 2001 Simonae Taylor 2003 Jamie Clarke Hillary Helms 2004 Jamie Clarke Simonae Taylor 2005 Melanie Cobb Kelly Jones Katie Stokes 2006 Melanie Cobb 2007 Lefke Boysen Jamie Clarke Alex McManus 2008 Britney Joiner PBC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2001 Simonae Taylor 2003 Jamie Clarke 2008 Britney Joiner PEACH BELT COACH OF THE YEAR 2003 Lars Andersson PEACH BELT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2008 Sam Dunn (1st Team) Lauren Townsend (1st Team) Ashley McManus (2nd Team) ALL-PEACH BELT TOURNAMENT 2001 Tamara Marshburn 2002 Simonae Taylor 2005 Jamie Clarke Kelly Jones 2006 Melanie Cobb 2007 Lefke Boysen 2008 Melanie Cobb Whitney Beverly Lauren Townsend

All Time Top 5

SEASON GOALS 1. 19 Melanie Cobb (2008) 2. 15 Simonae Taylor (2001) 3. 14 Lefke Boysen (2007) 14 Lefke Boysen (2003) 5. 13 Melanie Cobb (2005) CAREER GOALS 1. 44 Melanie Cobb (2005-06, 2008) 2. 36 Simonae Taylor (2001-04) 3. 28 Lefke Boysen (2003, 2007) 4. 27 Kelly Jones (2003-06) 5. 24 Jamie Clarke (2003-05, 2007) SEASON ASSISTS 1. 10 Jamie Clarke (2007) 10 Melanie Cobb (2008) 3. 9 Lefke Boysen (2003) 4. 8 Mary Kresse (2001) 8 Lefke Boysen (2007) 8 Nisa Akins (2008) 8 Faye Corbett (2008) CAREER ASSISTS 1. 19 Jamie Clarke (2003-05, 2007) 2. 17 Lefke Boysen (2003, 2007) 17 Melanie Cobb (2005-06, 2008) 4. 16 Nisa Akins (2005-08) 5. 12 Simonae Taylor (2001-04) 12 Faye Corbett (2007-Present) CAREER SHUTOUTS 1. 24 Whitney Beverly (2005-08) 2. 23 Hillary Helms (2003-06) 3. 1 Amanda Morrow (2001-02) 1 Kristen Parker (2004-07)

PEACH BELT PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2003 Lefke Boysen (November 3) 2004 Simonae Taylor (September 28) 2007 Lefke Boysen (October 29) 2008 Whitney Beverly (September 3; Goalkeeper) Whitney Beverly (September 16; Goalkeeper) Lauren Townsend (September 16; Defender) Whitney Beverly (September 23; Goalkeeper) Brittany Greaves (September 23; Defender) Melanie Cobb (October 28; Offensive) Melanie Cobb (November 4; Offensive)

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Year-By-Year Results 2001

2004

8/25 8/27 8/31 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/30 10/4 10/10 10/18 10/23 10/27 10/31 !

WINGATE at St. Andrews at Limestone MOUNT OLIVE at Columbia at Lander PEACE at Meredith at Newberry at Barton CLAYTON STATE at Converse at Lenoir-Rhyne USC UPSTATE FRANCIS MARION at North Florida at Francis Marion

2007

12-6-1 Overall • 3-4-1 PBC (6th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 6-1-1 • Away: 6-5-0 • Neutral: 0-0-0

12-5-2 Overall • 3-3-2 PBC (5th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 6-2-0 • Away: 6-3-2 • Neutral: 0-0-0

7-9-1 Overall • 0-4-1 PBC (T-6th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 2-3-1 • Away: 5-6-0 • Neutral: 0-0-0 L, 1-4 W, 5-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 W, 4-0 L, 2-3 W, 7-0 W, 9-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 L, 3-4 W, 5-0 L, 0-5 T, 1-1 L, 1-4 L, 1-4 L, 1-6

8/27 9/4 9/8 9/11 9/15 9/18 9/21 9/25 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/13 10/14 10/16 10/20 10/23 10/27 10/30 11/3 !

at Belmont Abbey at Pfeiffer ST. ANDREWS at Limestone LENOIR-RHYNE at Lander at Coker CLAYTON STATE USC AIKEN at Methodist KENNESAW STATE at USC Upstate at Newberry GEORGIA COLLEGE BARTON at North Florida FRANCIS MARION at Columbus State at Clayton State

W, 1-0 (OT) W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 8-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 (OT) L, 1-2 T, 3-3 (2OT) L, 0-4

8/23 9/1 9/5 9/8 9/12 9/15 9/19 9/22 9/26 9/29 10/3 10/6 10/10 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/23 10/27 10/30 !

2005

2002

PFEIFFER W, 1-0 at Limestone W, 4-0 QUEENS W, 4-1 at Chowan W, 2-0 at Wingate W, 2-0 at Georgia College L, 0-1 #11 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC T, 1-1 (2OT) at Columbus State L, 0-3 MOUNT OLIVE W, 8-0 at Clayton State L, 0-3 at Barton W, 3-0 LANDER L, 0-1 at Catawba L, 2-3 (OT) at North Georgia W, 2-1 at Lenoir-Rhyne W, 2-0 GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN W, 3-0 ST. ANDREWS W, 7-0 USC AIKEN W, 3-0 at Lander L, 0-2

2008

4-11-4 Overall • 0-6-1 PBC (8th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 2-4-2 • Away: 2-7-2 • Neutral: 0-0-0

13-6-1 Overall • 5-2-1 PBC (4th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 8-0-1 • Away: 5-6-0 • Neutral: 0-0-0

19-3-1 Overall • 6-1-1 PBC (2nd) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 10-1-0 • Away: 7-1-1 • Neutral: 2-1-0

8/31 9/4 9/7 9/8 9/10 9/14 9/18 9/24 9/26 9/28 10/2 10/5 10/15 10/17 10/19 10/26 10/28 11/1 11/6 !

8/27 9/6 9/10 9/13 9/14 9/17 9/19 9/21 9/24 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/8 10/12 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/29 11/1 ! 11/4 !

8/28 8/30 9/1 9/10 9/13 9/17 9/20 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/4 10/8 10/11 10/17 10/22 10/25 10/29 11/1 11/4 ! 11/7 !^ 11/9 !^ 11/14 $ 11/16 $

at Mars Hill at Mount Olive LENOIR-RHYNE at Chowan BARTON NEWBERRY at Francis Marion ST. ANDREWS at Pfeiffer at USC Upstate at USC Aiken LANDER CONVERSE at Methodist KENNESAW STATE at Clayton State at Wingate NORTH FLORIDA at Kennesaw State

L, 0-1 W, 7-0 L, 1-4 L, 1-3 T, 1-1 W, 6-0 L, 0-2 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 2-1 L, 0-3 T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 1-3 W, 2-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-4 L, 0-2 L, 1-4

PFEIFFER CATAWBA LIMESTONE at Coker at St. Andrews COLUMBUS STATE at Tusculum at Wingate at Armstrong Atlantic METHODIST NORTH GEORGIA at Barton USC UPSTATE at Georgia College at Clayton State at Lenoir-Rhyne LANDER at USC Aiken LANDER at Columbus State

W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 5-2 W, 5-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 (2OT) W, 9-0 W, 6-1 L, 0-2 (2OT) W, 3-0 W, 3-2 (OT) L, 0-3 L, 0-5 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 0-2

2006

2003 13-5-0 Overall • 4-3-0 PBC (T-4th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 6-1-0 • Away: 7-4-0 • Neutral: 0-0-0

7-11-1 Overall • 3-5-1 PBC (T-6th) Head Coach: Lars Andersson Home: 4-4-1 • Away: 3-7-0 • Neutral: 0-0-0

8/30 9/6 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/20 9/24 10/4 10/7 10/8 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/25 10/27 10/30 11/1 11/4 !

8/24 8/26 8/29 9/2 9/6 9/9 9/16 9/19 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/14 10/16 10/18 10/21 10/25 !

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at Mars Hill L, 2-3 PFEIFFER W, 3-2 at Barton W, 5-2 at Lenoir-Rhyne W, 3-2 (OT) at North Carolina Wesleyan W, 12-0 at Kennesaw State L, 1-5 at Francis Marion L, 0-1 NORTH FLORIDA L, 2-3 (2OT) METHODIST W, 7-0 CHOWAN W, 3-0 USC UPSTATE W, 1-0 at St. Andrews W, 5-0 LANDER W, 3-0 at Clayton State W, 2-0 at Converse W, 6-0 WINGATE W, 2-1 at USC Aiken W, 6-1 at Francis Marion L, 1-2

CHOWAN LENOIR-RHYNE COKER at Pfeiffer at Mount Olive at Columbus State GEORGIA COLLEGE at Catawba at North Georgia at Georgia Southwestern at USC Upstate BARTON CLAYTON STATE at Wingate at Lander #3 TUSCULUM ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC USC AIKEN at Armstrong Atlantic

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

at St. Andrews LIMESTONE at Pfeiffer at Queens LENOIR-RHYNE WINGATE GEORGIA COLLEGE at Armstrong Atlantic T, 0-0 #12 COLUMBUS STATE CATAWBA CLAYTON STATE at Erskine at Lander NORTH GEORGIA at Barton at Georgia Southwestern CHOWAN at USC Aiken USC AIKEN vs. #19 Georgia College vs. #5 Columbus State vs. Pfeiffer at #18 Carson-Newman

! - Peach Belt Conference Tournament ^ - PBC Tournament Final Four $ - NCAA Southeast Regional

W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 (2OT) L, 1-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 (OT) W, 5-0 W, 7-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 2-1 L, 0-1


SENIORS Heather Jones

Jenny Irvine

JUNIORS Brittany Greaves

Amber Fillhart

Faye Corbett

Sheena Mature

Karmi Dagnachew

Sam Dunn

SOPHOMORES Rebecca Womack

Emily DesJarlais

Britney Joiner

Melanie Kiser

Cassie Adams

FRESHMEN Jenessa Mikolowski Anna Svensson Brittany Padilla Fanny Forsman Elke Groothuis Ashley Anctil Rea Segoviano Andrea CollĂŠn

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Dr. Charles R. Jenkins, Chancellor Dan Kenney, Athletic Director The University Student Life Athletic Facilities

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00 Segoviano

3 CollĂŠn

4 Joiner

5 Dunn

6 DesJarlais

7 Mature

10 Corbett

11 Irvine

15 Kiser

16 Forsman

17 Dagnachew

20 Padilla

21 Svensson

22 Jones

23 Adams

24 Mikolowski

25 Greaves

27 Anctil

30 Womack

32 Groothuis

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2009 UNCP Women's Soccer Media Guide  

2009 UNCP Women's Soccer Media Guide

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