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2012 Schedule Day Date

August

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Aug. 17 Aug. 17 Aug. 21 Aug. 24

September

Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun. Thu. Fri. Tue. Fri. Thu. Fri Thu. Fri.

Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 21 Sept. 27 Sept. 28

October

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Tue. Sat. Tue. Fri. Tue. Thu. Sat.

Oct. 2 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Oct. 27

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at Oklahoma Wesleyan% at Southern Nazarene% at Southwestern Christian% Baker College (Kan.)

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3 p.m. 5 p.m. 4/6 p.m. 3/5 p.m.

Bartlesville Bethany Bethany Chickasha

at Bethel University (Tenn.) v. Hastings College (Neb.)+ v. Cumberland University+ v. Midland University (Neb.)+ v. Oklahoma Christian Lyon College at Texas Wesleyan Northwood University (Texas) at Bethany College (Kan.) Bethany College (Kan.) Saint Gregory’s* Friends University

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10 a.m. Noon 10 a.m. Noon 7 p.m. 3/5 p.m. 4/6 p.m. 3/5 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2/4 p.m. 2/4 p.m.

Bethel, Tenn. Bethel, Tenn. Bethel, Tenn. Bethel, Tenn. Edmond (ESC#4) Chickasha Fort Worth, Texas Chickasha Lindsborg, Kan. Chickasha Chickasha Chickasha

Rogers State* at John Brown* Mid-America Christian*$ at Oklahoma City* Oklahoma Baptist*# at Lubbock Christian* at Wayland Baptist*

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2/4 p.m. 1/3 p.m. 2/4 p.m. 5/7 p.m. 1/3 p.m. 2/4 p.m. 1/3 p.m.

Chickasha Siloam Spring, Ark. Chickasha Oklahoma City Chickasha Lubbock, Texas Plainview, Texas

Conference Tournament Women - Nov. 2-8 Men - Nov. 3-9

National Tournament

Opening Round - Nov. 17 Final Site - Nov. 26-Dec. 1 Women – Orange Beach, Ala. Men – Montgomery, Ala.

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Bold indicates home games * Sooner Athletic Conference games % exhibition games $ Pink Out Cancer game # Senior Day + at Bethel University in Tennessee

Location


Name.............................University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Location................................................................. Chickasha, Okla. Enrollment...............................................................................1,087 Founded...................................................................................1908 Team Nickname....................................................................Drovers School Colors............................................................ Green and Gold Facility........................................................................... Drover Pitch President.................................................................. Dr. John Feaver Athletic Website.............................................. www.usao.edu/sports Conference Affiliation.............................. Sooner Athletic Conference National Affiliation..... National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Women’s Sports................Soccer, Cross Country Basketball, Softball Men’s Sports..................Soccer, Cross Country, Basketball, Baseball Media and Community Relations Office Phone......... (405) 574-1318

About the University................................................................. 6-7 Drover History.......................................................................... 8-9 USAO Coaches..................................................................... 10-11

2012 Drover Women Season Preview.........................................................................14 2012 Roster...............................................................................15 Player Bios.......................................................................... 16-21

Women’s History 2011 Statistics..........................................................................22 All-Time Results........................................................................23 USAO Records..................................................................... 24-25

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Men’s History 2011 Statistics..........................................................................40 All-Time Results........................................................................41 USAO Records..................................................................... 42-43

The 2012 USAO Soccer Media Guide was produced by the USAO Office of Media and Community Relations, with the assistance of coaches, team members and other staff. The media guide may be purchased at any home game for $3 each or by contacting Sports Information at (405) 574-1210.

Mission Statement The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is the state’s public liberal arts college. Its mission is to provide the public with a distinctive and accessible liberal arts and sciences education. In combination with an interdisciplinary core curriculum with superior instruction in major fields of study, USAO aims to provide a thorough education that prepares students for meaningful, purposeful lives.

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Sports Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessica Jackson Printed by . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . USAO Printing Services Director of Media and Community Relations. . . . . Randy Talley

Working space for reporters at USAO’s Drover Pitch is available but limited. Please notify Jessica Jackson in the USAO Sports Information office in advance to reserve space in the press box. Rosters, standings, season statistics, box scores and play-byplay will be available before and after each game to media. Final scores can be found following the games at www.usao.edu/sports. Contact Jessica Jackson at (405) 574-1210 with any questions. Additionally, Sports Information offers live stats during Drover home games. Visit www.usao.edu/sports/live-stats to follow the games live.

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Credits

Media Information

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Sooner Athletic Conference Opponents......................................46 SAC Preseason Polls..................................................................47 Preseason Polls.........................................................................47

Athletic Director................................................ Brisco McPherson (405) 574-1249; facmcphersonb@usao.edu Sports Information...............................................Jessica Jackson (405) 574-1210; jjackson@usao.edu Soccer Head Coach.............................................Jimmy Hampton (405) 574-1358; fachamptonj@usao.edu Athletic Trainer........................................................... Chris Basco (405) 574-1398; cbasco@usao.edu

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Season Preview.........................................................................28 2012 Roster...............................................................................29 Player Bios.......................................................................... 30-37

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University Overview

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About the university

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USAO is one of the most unique and progressive universities in the nation. It is Oklahoma’s only public liberal arts college. As a liberal arts institution, we believe it is important that students always have before them the simultaneous experience of specialized and general learning. We believe it is important that they be challenged to relate their academic concentration to the broader realm of knowledge and that they be continually encouraged to develop meaningful and useful associations between diverse bodies of information. This is the meaning of interdisciplinary education, and it is what truly distinguishes the learning experience at USAO. Many of the classes are taught by faculty teams, where two, three and sometimes four instructors plan the course and teach it together. For example, “American Civilization” may be taught by a historian, philosopher and artist. “World Thought and Culture” could include a philosopher, sociologist and a literature professor. “Math in the Modern World” might involve a mathematician, computer scientist and musician. Instructors interact in dealing with complex topics, all bringing his or her particular academic concentration into a conversation of perspectives. This form of education is not easy. We intend that the rigors students face in interdisciplinary learning will result in significant personal growth and development. Difficulty is a necessary prerequisite of growth and development. Challenge is what interdisciplinary education is all about. It is what USAO is all about. USAO has one of the best-prepared faculties in the state to offer and help conquer this challenge. Now, almost 90 percent of professors have earned the highest degree available in their field. In 2011, USAO joined the prestigious list of “National Liberal Arts Colleges” in the U.S. News and World Report’s annual ranking — the only institution in Oklahoma, public or private, to be included on this select, national list. The same list includes Trinity, Amherst, Swarthmore and hundreds of other respected, private liberal arts colleges. USAO also received an ‘A’ grade from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) for the strength of its IDS curriculum, making it one of only 19 universities nationwide to score this near perfect score. As of fall 2011, no institution in Oklahoma has higher admission standards. This is only one of the ways this institution is being transformed by its 10-year Mission Enhancement Plan. In addition to the unique curriculum, USAO is a National Historic District and is the only college or university in Oklahoma to be on the National Register of Historic Places. It was given this status because of its history and the preservation of numerous original buildings on campus. Originally founded as Oklahoma College for Women in 1908, the school was the first college created by Oklahoma’s first Legislature. Additionally, it was one of only seven colleges nationwide created with the mission of catering to women. Along with a rich history, USAO has the oldest original mission of any state college of university. Its original motto states:

Not for livelihood but for life.


President John Feaver

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affairs. Off campus, Feaver serves on the boards of Preservation Oklahoma, Oklahoma Academy for State Goals, Oklahoma Creativity Project and others in education and economic development. Statewide, he is recognized for his leadership on economic development issues, the liberal arts, creative and private funding strategies for higher education and the preservation and restoration of historic buildings. Feaver is set to be inducted into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in October, joining a very short list of sitting presidents to be so honored. Feaver was a history instructor at the University of Oklahoma. He obtained his master’s degree from OU in European history with an emphasis in the Russian and Soviet area. Feaver completed the requirements for his doctorate in United States’ diplomatic history at OU in 1980.

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John and Marilyn Feaver

In 2000, John Feaver was named the 12th President of USAO, and since then the institution has been named among the top public colleges in America by U.S. News and World Report, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine and the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. Feaver’s Mission Enhancement Plan seeks to establish USAO’s reputation as an affordable, high-quality, public liberal arts education. Its 51-hour core curriculum is like none other in Oklahoma, aimed entirely at producing creative, entrepreneurial graduates who think critically, globally and resourcefully. No other university in Oklahoma has higher admission standards than USAO. Feaver’s first major achievement as president was to earn national status for USAO as a National Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. Before he became president, Feaver spent eight years on the faculty and 12 years as vice president for academic


Drover History

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The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma was well into its history before introducing its first sports teams in 1973 — teams that became known as the Drovers and the Droverettes, named after the rich heritage of cattle driving in the Chickasha area. Today, both teams are referred to as the Drovers. The athletic programs began when the school was still named Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts. It started with 10 baseball games and two golf matches scheduled in the spring of 1973. The Drovers’ most prominent sport — basketball — began in the fall of 1973. Before the Drovers took on their current green and gold, OCLA sported blue, gold and white. In the school’s second season, the OCLA Drovers became the USAO Drovers when the university’s colors changed along with the name. The first Drover basketball games were set against Bethany Nazarene College on Nov. 17, 1973. Two days later, on Nov. 19, then Chickasha Mayor Samuel E. Evans declared “Drovers Day” as the university celebrated its first home game in Myers Fieldhouse, which was owned by Chickasha Public Schools. In 1981, the Drovers broke ground on the USAO Fieldhouse, which gave the teams a place to practice and play in their own backyard. Phase I of the building was completed during the 1981-82 season. Three more phases added dressing rooms, training areas and a swimming pool. Long-time head basketball coach Brisco McPherson played for the first Drover basketball team and has been connected with the program ever since. In 1984, basketball star Gordon Musgrove earned the university’s first All-American honor. A few seasons later, in 1987, Herb Blunt became USAO’s first All-America First Team recipient and earned Player of the Year honors in the Sooner Athletic Conference and NAIA’s District 9. In 2002, the men’s basketball team went on to claim the Drovers first NAIA National Championship, beating out conference rival Oklahoma Baptist 96-79. After a 17-year hiatus, baseball was reborn in 1994, when the USAO Board of Regents voted to expand USAO’s sports programs to include baseball, softball and cross country. Long-time Drover supporter and USAO administrator Bill Smith donated his personal baseball memorabilia to auction off for funds to help re-establish the Drover baseball and softball programs. In 1995, he became the namesake of the Drovers’ ballpark. Both programs have served the university well, with baseball earning the Red River Conference North Division Championship in 1999 and softball claiming the SAC Championship in 2004. The softball program earned three straight NAIA National Tournament appearances in the

mid-2000s. USAO proudly supported a tennis teams for years. The women’s tennis team in 1999 became the first in school history to win a regional championship. That year, both the men’s and women’s team’s qualified for the NAIA National Tournament. While golf team served the college with pride for many seasons, it and tennis were discontinued in lean years. In 1998, the Drovers began the men’s and women’s soccer programs under Coach Jimmy Hampton. The Drover men have claimed numerous Sooner Athletic Conference championships and have been to the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship tournament three times. In 2010 and 2011, the Drover men made it all the way to the quarterfinals of the tournament, making history for the young program. In 2011, the Drover women’s soccer team competed in their first NAIA National Tournament and won the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament title for the first time in the program’s history. Beginning in fall of 2012, the Drovers brought back cross country, which served the university a few seasons in the mid-1990s. USAO began play as part of a five-school group that started the Sooner Athletic Conference. USAO dropped out of the SAC in 1994 to join the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Conference. The Drovers played in the OIC for just four seasons before moving on to the Red River Athletic Conference. After only two seasons with the RRAC, USAO applied for and was granted membership back into the SAC for the 2000-01 season. The Drovers have a rich history of winning and producing quality student-athletes. The university boasts 30 All-Americans, 53 NAIA Scholar-Athletes and 175 All-Conference coaches and athletes throughout its history.


Distinguished Drovers USAO is proud to boast their 30 All-Americans, 53 NAIA Scholar-Athletes and 175 All-Conference athletes and coaches.

NAIA All-Region/ All-District

John Hudson Euvaughn Jackson Alexis Vizarelis Hollie Gauntt Kristen Kauk Hollie Gauntt Kristin Minton Ashley Grider NeNe Coulibally NeNe Coulibally Jonathan Oman Dana Askins Kindra Gregory Courtney Foley Destiny Rachal Alex Cernigliaro

2009-10 2010-11

David Otieno Calli Cooper Jimmy Hampton Jimmy Hampton

Red River Athletic 1998-99 1999-00

Kyle Kester Adrian Anderson Mark Chaney Alexis Vizarelis Robbie Williams Dave Kunitz Janice Corkery Jennifer Shoffit Kyle Kester Donyell Beal Alexis Vizarelis Mark Chaney Robbie Williams Gladys Mohochi

Sooner Athletic 1974-75 1989-90 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 — 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Dudley Edwards Staci Watson Peketa Hurley Victor Parish Peketa Hurley Peketa Hurley Robert Smith Brisco McPherson Theron Jackson Mike Williamson Kristen Kauk April McAlister Adrian Anderson Randy Hughes Michael Williamson Scarlet Baker Hollie Gauntt Kristen Kauk Katrina Hall Boniface Oballa Alexis Vizarelis Kevin Kester Julie Vergenz Katrina Hall Michael Williamson Boniface Oballa NeNe Coulibally Serida Thompson Summer Holman Hollie Gauntt Ashley Grider Kristin Kauk Kristin Minton Melissa Andrews Jamie Pendley Corey Wicker Jamille Green Smeitha Hawkins Julie Vergenz

Leslie Beaty Caitlyn Crotty Amy Tice Brandt Lierle Luke Krobath Ricardo Moreira Nikola Cakarevic Wesley Costa Charitie Lewis Tim Nelson Ivaney Marquez 2009-10 David Otieno Calli Cooper Jimmy Hampton Nate Hammons Regulo Moy Charitie Lewis Niall Crick Aiden Ashmore Brittany Jay Gabby Martinez Taylor Fain Fred Savoie 2010-11 Nikola Cakarevic Nicolas Alberto Niall Crick Taylor Fain Annie Zoch Elizabeth Agpalo John Gardner Scott Parkinson Neesha Sorrell Conner Bridgman Caleb Martin Aita Gueye Thomas Peters Sahlih Butts Laci Weger-Garrett 2011-12 Kyle Hunt Ben Berry Scott Parkinson Bryan Byars Jared Coon Calli Cooper Niall Crick Taylor Fain John Gardner Jimmy Hampton Annie Zoch Gabby Martinez Barros Zach Gonzalez Taylor Smith Kalokwera Okot Neesha Sorrell Heath Wilda Chelsea Zuchnik Phillip Harris Tashina Ototivo Norris Rumph

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Marcus Thompson Stephanie Liebl

Dana Askins Jamie Pendley NeNe Couilbaly Adam Day Jason Reid Summer Holman Sam Pecore Kristin Minton Kristin Kauk Alissa Cordes Kindra Gregory Bello Illiassou Ravon Justice Wayne Gibson Wayne Gibson Leigh Merchant Dana Askins Sam Pecore Tiffany Tredwell Marcus Williams Jonathan Oman Adam Day Brandon Brantley Kindra Gregory Crystal Judkins Morgan Skelley Stephanie Hey NeNe Coulibaly Katie Sterling Jonathan Oman Adam Day Katie Sterling Dana Askins Kindra Gregory Courtney Foley Stephanie Hey Amanda Cotton Shane Flanagan Danny Rodriguez Marcus Hines Sha’Donna Stewart Nikki Yager Adam Day Morgan Thompson Leslie Beaty Jennifer Bridgforth Hillary Brown Marina Poddubskaya Shane Flanagan Jonathan Oman Jessie Brown Avery Stevenson Yesi Castillo Leslie Beaty Tim Nelson Leah Merchant Jonathan Oman Dusan Rasovic Charitie Lewis John Gardner Annie Zoch Nate Hammons

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1974-75 1990-91 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

1995-96

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

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Sherrie McDougal Staci Watson Kimber Maddox Dave Kunitz Juan Garcia Allison Tobala Kate Nosova Allison Tobala Alexis Vizarelis Oisin Fagan Molly Warren Celio Suziki Amy Patterson Molly Warren Amy Ryan Chad Jerman Josh McMartin Alexis Vizarelis Michelle Blake Molly Warren Oisin Fagan Jamile Green Stephanie Barnett Laura Parker Laura Parker Jessica Darling Courtney Foley

2010-11 Nikola Cakarevic John Gardner Gabby Martinez 2011-12 Gabby Martinez Barros Leslie Bross Niall Crick

Oklahoma Intercollegiate

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1983-84 1989-90 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

Academic All-District

All-Conference

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Scholar-Athletes

2005-06 Jessie Brown Jessica Darling Courtney Foley Morgan Thompson 2006-07 Jessie Brown Kayce Godwin Jennifer Bridgforth Morgan Thompson 2007-08 Wesley Costa Paulo Kubis Amanda Caldeira 2009-10 John Gardner 2010-11 Gabby Martinez Lexxa Kever John Gardner Dusan Rasovic Nikola Cakarevic Maggie Oliver Caleb Martin 2011-12 Gabby Martinez Barros Leslie Bross Erin Coggan Niall Crick John Gardner Lexxa Kever Tyrone Tarbitt

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Gordon Musgrove Herb Blunt Rod Kindred Marcus Thompson Theron Jackson Randy Hughes Delvin Washington Michael Williamson Boniface Oballa Alexis Vizarelis Katrina Hall Michael Williamson NeNe Coulibally Dana Askins Jamie Pendley Dana Askins Kendra Gregory Crystal Judkins Adam Day Adam Day Tim Nelson Leslie Beaty John Gardner Charitie Lewis David Otieno Calli Cooper Niall Crick Nikola Cakarevic Kyle Hunt Calli Cooper Niall Crick Scott Parkinson

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1983-84 1987-88 1990-91 1995-96 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

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NAIA All-Americans


Jimmy Hampton Head Coach

In his 14-season tenure as the head coach of USAO men’s and women’s soccer teams, Jimmy Hampton has built the programs from the ground up and quickly turned them into powerful, nationally-competitive teams. He has led both teams to a combined 321-184-27 record. Hampton was named Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2011 by the Sooner Athletic Conference. In 2009 and 2010, he was named the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Southwest Region Coach of the Year. In 2011, for the third year in a row, the Drover men received a bid to the coveted NAIA National Tournament and found their way to the NAIA Quarterfinals for the second year in a row. Making history for the women’s soccer program, USAO won the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament and played in the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament in 2011. ampton s The Drover men have seven conference tournament championships under their belt ecord and in 2006, the Drover women were NAIA Region IV qualifiers. That same year, the 14 seasons men went on to become regional runners Season Men Women up. 1998 11-5 9-8 In addition to talented players on 1999 14-6 11-7 the field, Hampton continues to recruit 2000 8-6 9-11 players who excel off the field as well. In 2001 9-9 11-7 2002 9-8-2 10-9-1 2010, the Drover women were given the 2003 17-6 13-6-3 NSCAA Team Academic Award for stellar 2004 13-8-1 9-7-2 scholastics. Hampton also has had 32 2005 14-4-1 8-9-2 players named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar2006 14-3-3 11-5-3 Athletes. 2007 8-8 5-10-1 Hampton doubles as the director of 2008 13-3-2 6-9-4 coaching for the Oklahoma Football Club, 2009 17-2-1 13-6 which was created in 2009 when the 2010 16-5 10-7-1 2011 18-5 15-6 Edmond Soccer Club and North Oklahoma Total 181-77-10 140-107-17 City Soccer Club merged to form the biggest club in the state. There, he’s coached three national runner up teams and grabbed 22 state club titles. Hampton also led his Women’s Premier Soccer League team to the Big Sky Conference Championship title three of the last four years and was named Coach of the Year in 2010. He took his players to the final four in the summer of 2012. Before becoming USAO’s coach, Hampton spent eight seasons building championship-caliber teams at Chickasha High School. In that time, Hampton and the Fightin’ Chicks collected five state championships. He won nearly 90 percent of his games in his years at CHS and ranks as one of the all-time winningest soccer coaches in Oklahoma prep history. He is one of the few soccer coaches in the Southwest to obtain a national “A” coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation. As a player, Hampton was successful at nearly every level. As an all-state selection his senior year at Tulsa Union High School, Hampton played two seasons at the NCAA Division I Western Illinois University. He transferred to Northeastern State University, where he was named team captain and earned all-conference honors as a senior. Hampton also played professionally for the Tulsa Roughnecks in 1991 and 1992 and the four years following for the Oklahoma City Warriors. Hampton and his wife, Kerri, have three children — Alexandria (21), Butch (15) and Dax (13).

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Hampton Briefly Personal

• Born: Sept. 13, 1966 • Family: Wife, Kerri; daughter, Alexandria; sons, Butch and Dax • Education: B.A., education, Northeastern State, 1993 • Interesting Fact: Has had his lucky shoes for nine years

Playing Career • • • •

Mid-field at NCAA Division I Western Illinois, 1986-88 Mid-field at Division II NSU, captain, 1990-92 Mid-field at Tulsa Roughnecks, 1994-96 Mid-field at Oklahoma City Warriors, 1996-00

Coaching Highlights

• 1998-Present: Head soccer coach, USAO NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year, 2009, 2010 SAC Coach of the Year, 2009, 2011 NAIA National Quarterfinals, 2010, 2011 NAIA National Tournament, 2009, 2010, 2011 NAIA Region IV Runner Up, 2006 NAIA Regional Tournament, 2006 Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Champions, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2011 Red River Conference Champions, 1998, 1999 • 2009-Present: Director of Coaching, Oklahoma Football Club Won Divisional Crown, 2008, 2010 22 State Club titles Region 3 Semi-Finalist • 2000-2009: Coach, Edmond Soccer Club National Runner Up, 2004, 2005, 2006 • 1994-2002: Head soccer coach, Chickasha HS 4A State Champions, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002 • 1991-1994: Head Coach, Tulsa Memorial HS


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Title: Women’s Graduate Assistant Born: Dec. 14, 1989 Education: B.S., business, USAO, 2012 Playing Career: Defender at USAO, 2008-11 Interesting Fact: Can do a flip throw in

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Hubbard is coaching his fourth season at USAO, joining the coaching staff in 2009. He became the head trainer for the Edmond North High School in 2010. He helped lead the Lady Huskies to a threepeat State Championship appearance. Additionally, he is a coach at the Oklahoma Football Club. He recently earned a National “C” coaching license. As a player, Hubbard helped lead the Drovers to three SAC tournament championships. He is tied for fifth in the USAO record books in career goals with 32. He’s also tied for third in hat tricks.

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Orsi begins his sixth season as an assistant coach for the Drovers, taking over as lead assistant for the women’s program in the summer of 2012. In addition to his role at USAO, he has been a coach with the Oklahoma Football Club since 2006. He coaches three teams, one of which won the 2012 President’s Cup State Championship and represented OFC in South Carolina for the President’s Cup Regionals. Additionally, he is an assistant coach for the OFC Women’s Premier Soccer League, the highest women’s league in the country. This year, as well as in 2010, the team made it to the national final four tournament. They are three-time Big Sky Conference Champions. In 2006, Orsi was the head soccer coach at Chickasha High School. He also coached three years at Deer Creek High School, where he took his team to become two-time state semifinalists. In 2009, he was named Title: Assistant Women’s Coach District Coach of the Year. Born: Nov. 21, 1981 Education: B.S., health and physical education, He earned a National “C” coaching license in 2006. University of Central Oklahoma, 2006 As a player, Orsi started four seasons for Playing Career: Defender at SWOSU, 2000-04 Coaching Career: Assistant coach, USAO, Southwestern Oklahoma State University as a defender. His senior season, he was named 2007-present; Coach, OFC, 2006-present Interesting Fact: Once bit on the heel by a chicken All-Conference for the Lone Star Conference and served as the team captain. at a flower shop

Title: Assistant Coach Born: June 25, 1985 Education: B.S., business, USAO, 2007; M.E., sports administration, East Central, 2009 Playing Career: Forward at USAO, 2003-06 Coaching Career: Assistant coach, USAO, 2009-present; Head trainer, Edmond NHS, 2010-present Interesting Fact: Favorite TV show is Friday Night Lights

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Alexis Vizarelis has been with the Drovers program since it began in 1998, first as one of the school’s best goalkeepers and then as an assistant under Hampton. While coaching at USAO, Vizarelis has helped develop players to become NAIA All-Americans and serves as recruiting coordinator and goalkeeper coach for the programs. His goalkeeping ability and defensive philosophy are almost unprecedented. Hampton has said Vizarelis is one of the best goalkeepers he’s seen and someone who has made a difference coaching USAO goalies. As a player, Vizarelis is one of the most decorated goalkeepers in USAO’s history. At one time, he has held every school goalkeeping record. For his career (1998-01), Vizarelis notched 21 shutouts, which is also a school record. He posted a goals against average of 1.41. In February of 2007, Vizarelis was inducted into the USAO Athletic Hall of Fame. Title: Assistant Men’s Coach In addition to his coaching position at Born: Jan. 25, 1978 USAO, he is the director of goalkeeping for Family: Wife, Janice; son, Dimitri the Oklahoma Football Club, the largest club Education: B.S., physical education; B.A., in the state. communication, USAO, 2001 Vizarelis is a native of Chemsford, Essex, Playing Career: Goalkeeper at USAO, 1998-01 near London. He and his wife, former USAO Coaching Career: Assistant coach, USAO, basketball player Janice Corkery, live in 2002-present Edmond. They have a son, Dimitri. Interesting Fact: Wears the same thing to a game if the Drovers win


‘About Getting Better Every Day’

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finding their way to the NAIA National Tournament both for the first time in school history in 2011. They ended the season 15-6 overall and 7-4 in conference play. The Drovers are returning two-time NAIA All-American Calli Cooper as well as starters Erin Coggan, Kelli Korleski, Megan Wilkerson and Jordyn Yates. Additionally, Hampton got word less than a week before the first game that senior Taylor Fain would be returning unexpectedly for another season. Fain, who earned All-Conference honors all three years at USAO, had decided to forgo her senior season and graduate early. She even was admitted to graduate school but decided to spend one last season with the Drovers. Hampton said the coaching staff is relying on the seniors to lead the way for the new underclassmen. Some of the key newcomers who will be counted on right away are Ryah Vyse, from England, Britani Soesbee, from Edmond North, Jentry Yates, from Midlothian, Texas, and Linda Addo, from Ghana. Addo redshirted last season. The biggest question mark on the women’s side is at keeper. Last year’s starter, Addie Tipton, did not return, and the coaches have filled the position with Lucy Gardner, a freshman from England. Also in the mix is Brooke Worcester, from Southmoore High School, who was originally placed on the squad as a defender. Worcester filled in for Gardner, who was sick, in a preseason game and impressed the coaching staff, Hampton said. Hampton said the goal for the 2012 team is the same as those before and will remain the same until accomplished. “We want to compete for a SAC title and play in the NAIA round of 32,” he said. “Every year at USAO, these are our goals. We are just hoping one day to make a run at the national title.”

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The question on each coach’s and player’s mind is a simple one: Will we compete for a national title? The potential is there, Head Coach Jimmy Hampton said. While the Drovers lost some talented players due to graduation, the women have several new players, eight of which could start immediately. “The women have been working tactically as we are fairly fit and ready to compete,” Hampton said. “We will find where the pieces are and grow. It will just be about getting a bit better every day.” The Drovers must live up to high expectations, as they are ranked preseason second in the Sooner Athletic Conference and 24th nationally. “I think the women can live up to it and possibly surprise a few folks,” Hampton said. “And I think by the end of the season, they could be really tough match up for folks. We still have a lot of growing to do but we have the pieces.” Preseason rankings rely some on reputation, and the Drovers earned that by winning the SAC Tournament and


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Head Coach: Jimmy Hampton Assistant Coaches: Tony Orsi, Tommy Hubbard Graduate Assistant: Annie Zoch

Ht. 5’9 5’7 5’7 5’5 5’7 5’5 5’2 5’6 5’5 5’5 5’3 5’11 5’5 5’8 5’10 5’5 5’10 5’7 5’2 5’3 5’7 5’8

Hometown/Previous School Banbury, England/Oxford & Cherwell Valley College Hertfordshire, England/Southgate College Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield HS Nanaimo, B.C./Dover Bay Secondary Yukon, Okla./Yukon HS Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill HS Midlothian, Texas/Midlothian HS Midlothian, Texas/Midlothian HS Edmond, Okla./Edmond North HS Norman, Okla./Norman North HS Kumasi, Ghana/Konadu Yiadom Senior HS Curitiba, Brazil/Cisco JC Sapulpa, Okla./Sapulpa HS Oklahoma City/Southmoore HS Glasgow, Scotland/St. Andrew’s R.C. Secondary Edmond, Okla./University of Tulsa Portsmouth, England/Oaklands Catholic School Tema, Ghana/Tema Methodist Day Secondary Norman, Okla./Norman North HS Marlow, Okla./Marlow HS Chickasha, Okla./Chickasha HS Mustang, Okla./Mustang HS

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

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Name Lucy Gardner Ryah Vyse Kelli Korleski Vanessa Yates Megan Wilkerson Erin Coggan Jordyn Yates Jentry Yates Britani Soesbee Calli Cooper Priscilla Mensah Fran Monfron Brittni Kent Brooke Worcester Gemma McElhinney Taylor Fain Daisy Simms Linda Addo Katelyn Howard Katie Fikes Taylor Smith Kaitlyn Witty

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Calli Cooper

Erin Coggan

Linda Addo 16

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Position: Forward Height: 5’7 Class: Sophomore Major: Math/Economics Hometown: Tema, Ghana Previous School: Tema Methodist Day Secondary Parents: Owusu Addo Interesting Fact: Is camera shy

Position: Mid-fielder/Forward Height: 5’5 Class: Senior Major: Elementary Ed. Hometown: Cedar Hill, Texas Previous School: Cedar Hill High School Parents: Barry and Karen Coggan Interesting Fact: Enjoys outdoor rock climbing

Position: Mid-fielder/Forward Height: 5’5 Class: Senior Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Norman, Okla. Previous School: Norman North High School Parents: Len and Traci Cooper Interesting Fact: Loves candy

2011: Redshirt High School: Addo joins the Drovers from Tema, Ghana, where she learned to play the sport.

2011: As a junior, Coggan played in every game for the Drovers and saw 12 starts. Both her goals came against conference rival Oklahoma City. The first one was the last regular season game in late October, which ended in a USAO loss. But a few weeks later, Coggan scored the lone, game-winning goal against OCU in SAC Tournament Championship to earn the women their first title and send them to the NAIA National Tournament. 2010: In her second season with USAO, Coggan played in nearly every game, starting in five throughout the season. While she had no goals on the year, Coggan played an integral role helping the Drovers to 10 wins. 2009: Coggan started in nearly every game as a defender. Her two goals came in wins against Mount Marty College and Oklahoma Christian, both in September. She also set a season-high three shots against Mount Marty. She helped the Drovers with an additional four assists throughout the season. Coggan came in second among the Drover defenders in total points in the season with eight. High School: Coggan was named AllDistrict Second Team in 2008 and 2009 and All-District Honorable Mention in 2006 and 2007. She was named captain her senior year. In addition to soccer, she played tennis and ran track and cross country.

2011: Starting in all 21 games, Cooper scored 23 goals — 10 of which were gamewinners. She led the team in shots (121), shots on goal (71) and points (46). She scored a hat trick with five goals in a 8-0 shutout over Saint Gregory’s, for which she earned SAC Player of the Week honors. Cooper scored the game-winning goal in the first and second rounds of the SAC Tournament. Cooper ranked first in the division in gamewinning goals and ninth in total goals and tops USAO record books in nearly every offensive category. She was named an NAIA All-America Honorable Mention and AllConference First Team. 2010: Cooper knocked in 16 goals and helping out with 10 assists in the 18 games she played. Cooper had back-to-back hat tricks against Bethel and Tabor colleges in late September. 2009: Cooper had a stellar year as a true freshman. She easily led the team in goals (26), assists (18), points (70), shots (145) and shots on goal (67). Cooper recorded two hat tricks on the season and ranked No. 1 in the division in assists per game (1) and No. 2 in points per game (3.89). She was named SAC Newcomer of the Year, NAIA All-America Honorable Mention and National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American Third Team. She was named a SAC Player of the Week in September. High School: Cooper helped lead her team to become 2009 Regional Champions.

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 21 12 2 2 6 16 8 2010 15 5 0 0 0 7 4 2009 19 18 2 4 8 16 7 TOTAL 55 35 4 6 14 39 19

Year 2011 2010 2009 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 21 21 23 0 46 121 71 18 15 16 10 42 86 43 18 18 26 18 70 145 67 57 54 65 28 158 352 181


Katelyn Howard

Katie Fikes

Taylor Fain

2011: Redshirt 2010: Coming in as a freshman, Howard played in 14 of 18 games for the Drovers. Playing mostly defense, Howard’s lone assist came in the first game of the season in a 3-2 win over Delta State University. High School: Howard joined the Drovers from Norman North High School, where she played varsity four years. She was named All-State and to the regional team while in high school.

Year 2011 2010 2009 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 21 21 0 10 10 28 12 18 18 9 13 31 46 24 16 13 15 7 37 52 33 55 52 24 30 78 126 69

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2010 14 2 0 1 1 5 3 TOTAL 14 2 0 1 1 5 3

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2011: As a freshman, Fikes appeared in two games, coming in on defense as a sub in two September shutouts. High School: Before attending USAO, Fikes went to Marlow High School.

men’s history

2011: Fain started in every game for the Drovers, leading the team in assists. For the season, Fain recorded 10 assists, propelling her to the top of the record books with 30 career assists. She was named AllConference First Team for her efforts. 2010: In her second season with the Drovers, Fain started in every game of the season and had nine goals and 13 assists overall. In a 7-1 win over Tabor College in September, Fain had two goals and an assist. Fain scored one of the goals and helped with an assist in a tie game against East Central, scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Rogers State and scored USAO’s only goal in a Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament game against John Brown. She was named All-Conference First Team. 2009: Fain started in 13 of the 16 games she played in her first season at USAO. She scored 15 goals for the Drovers, including a hat trick in a November contest against Wayland Baptist. Additionally, she scored two goals a piece in wins against Texas Wesleyan and Saint Gregory’s universities. Fain ended the season second on the team in goals and had seven assists. She was named All-Conference Second Team. 2008: Fain redshirted a season at the University of Tulsa before playing for USAO. High School: At Edmond North High School, she helped her team become threetime state runners up. She earned several personal honors as well.

men

Position: Defender Height: 5’2 Class: Junior Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Norman, Okla. Previous School: Norman North High School Parents: James and JoAnna Howard Interesting Fact: Loves sushi

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Position: Defender Height: 5’3 Class: Sophomore Major: Communication Hometown: Marlow, Okla. Previous School: Marlow High School Parents: Mark and Tamra Fikes Interesting Fact: Favorite actor is John Wayne

women’s history

Position: Forward Height: 5’5 Class: Senior Major: Speech Pathology Hometown: Edmond, Okla. Previous School: University of Tulsa Parents: Tim and Erica Fain Interesting Fact: Is attending grad school in the spring

women

19

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university overview

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’5 Class: Junior Major: Psychology/Biology Hometown: Sapulpa, Okla. Previous School: Sapulpa High School Parents: Steve Kent and Darby Santa Maria Interesting Fact: Once wrestled a stuffed bear

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2011: After redshirting a year, Kent came out playing in 13 games. She saw her first career start in September against Ottawa University. She also started in two conference games against Oklahoma Baptist and Wayland Baptist. She scored her lone goal in a 6-0 shutout over Texas College in September. Kent plans to run cross country for the university this fall. 2010: Redshirt High School: Kent helped Sapulpa High School to the state playoffs before coming to USAO. She was named All-State Honorable Mention in soccer, but she also competed in cross country, where she was named AllState Second Team. Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 13 3 1 0 2 5 2 TOTAL 13 3 1 0 2 5 2

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Megan Wilkerson

Kelli Korleski

Brittni Kent

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Position: Defender Height: 5’7 Class: Senior Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Mansfield, Texas Previous School: Mansfield High School Parents: Karmon and Tina Korleski Interesting Fact: Is very indecisive

Position: Mid-fielder/Defender Height: 5’7 Class: Sophomore Major: Elementary Ed. Hometown: Yukon, Okla. Previous School: Yukon High School Parents: Jim and Julie Wilkerson Interesting Fact: Earned her black belt in karate

2011: As a junior, Korleski started in all but one game for the Drovers. Her two goals of the season came in back-to-back conference games against Oklahoma Baptist and Northwestern Oklahoma State. In the game against OBU, Korleski scored the first goal of the game less than a minute into the match. 2010: In her second season at USAO, Korleski started in every game for the Drovers playing mostly defense. Her lone goal was in a 5-0 shutout over Emmanuel College in the second game of the season. She also helped out with an assist late in the season against Northwestern Oklahoma State. 2009: Korleski was one of only four to start in every game in the season, and she quickly became an integral part of the USAO defense. She scored her lone goal in a win over Rogers State and recorded assists against Mount Marty College and HustonTillotson University. High School: While at Mansfield High School, Korleski was named All-District Second Team and Academic All-District. She helped her team become district champions and regional qualifiers.

2011: Wilkerson came out and started in every game for the Drovers as a true freshman. Her lone goal was the team’s first in the third game of the season, taking on Oklahoma Wesleyan. The Drovers ended up winning the game 2-1 in overtime. Wilkerson also had assists against Texas College and Saint Gregory’s. High School: Wilkerson played for Yukon High School and her honors included All-State, All-District two years and AllConference two years.

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 21 20 2 1 5 11 5 2010 18 18 1 1 3 28 12 2009 19 19 1 2 4 12 5 TOTAL 58 57 4 4 12 51 22

Year 2011 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 21 21 1 2 4 50 25 21 21 1 2 4 50 25


Jordyn Yates

Kaitlyn Witty Year 2011 2010 2009 TOTAL

GP GS 10 0 13 2 9 2 32 4

G A Pts. Shots SOG 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 4 4 2 1 5 7 5 2 1 5 15 11

GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 19 18 2 2 6 15 6 18 18 1 3 5 8 4 19 19 0 0 0 5 3 56 55 3 5 11 28 13

drover competition

Year 2011 2010 2009 TOTAL

19

men’s history

2011: Yates played in 19 games, starting in almost all of those as a junior. She scored the game-winning goal in overtime in a September game against Texas Wesleyan. It was her only shot of the game. Her other goal came a few weeks later to tie Oklahoma Christian in the 67th minute, a game the Drovers went on to win in overtime. Yates had assists against Saint Gregory’s and Southern Nazarene. 2010: As a sophomore, Yates started in every game of the season. She scored her first career goal against conference opponent Saint Gregory’s in October. In the same game, she also had an assist. Yates also helped out with assists in wins against Bethel College and Wayland Baptist. 2009: Yates played and started in every game her first season at USAO — and she was one of only four players to do so that year. While Yates didn’t score any goals for the Drovers, she was integral in helping defend the goal and keep the team on the attack. High School: Yates was named All-District Second Team her freshman and sophomore years at Midlothian High School and was named All-District First Team the following two years. All four years, she and her team were regional semi-finalists.

men

2011: As a junior, Witty made 10 appearances. She had four shots and two shots on goal for the season. 2010: Witty made 13 appearances in her sophomore season. She had starts in backto-back games against Bethel and Tabor colleges in September. 2009: In her first season at USAO, Witty started in two of the nine games she played. She scored both her season’s goals in the 10-0 win over Wayland Baptist late in the season. Additionally, she assisted a goal against Huston-Tillotson University in September. High School: Witty was named All-District Honorable Mention and helped Mustang High School to the state semifinals while in high school.

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Position: Mid-fielder/Defender Height: 5’2 Class: Senior Major: Elementary Ed. Hometown: Midlothian, Texas Previous School: Midlothian High School Parents: Max and Liz Yates Interesting Fact: Has a family language

women’s history

Position: Forward Height: 5’8 Class: Senior Major: Elementary Ed. Hometown: Mustang, Okla. Previous School: Mustang High School Parents: Terry and Lynda Witty Interesting Fact: Is allergic to shellfish

women

7

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Megan Wilkerson

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Position: Goalkeeper Height: 5’9 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Banbury, England Previous School: Oxford & Cherwell Valley College Parents: Richard Gardner Interesting Fact: Nicknamed “Spud”

Position: Defender Height: 5’10 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland Previous School: St. Andrew’s R.C. Secondary Parents: Robert and Anne McElhinney Interesting Fact: Is a twin

2010-12: Gardner served as team captain for the Leamington Lions Football Club. She helped lead her team to become league champions two years. High School: Gardner went to Oxford & Cherwell Valley College in England.

High School: McElhinney was named team captain for Glasgow girls team. She was named Player’s Player of the Year. She helped lead her team win the league cup.

Priscilla Mensah

Gemma McElhinney

Lucy Gardner

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’3 Class: Freshman Major: Biology Hometown: Kumasi, Ghana Previous School: Konadu Yiadom Senior High Parents: Yaw Owusu Mensah and Josephine Forsuaah Interesting Fact: Doesn’t give up easily High School: Mensah attended Konadu Yiadom Senior High School in Ghana before traveling to the states to play soccer. There, she was the top goal scorer and one of the team’s best mid-fielders.

17

Taylor Smith

12

Daisy Simms

Fran Monfron

20

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’11 Class: Junior Major: Business Hometown: Curitiba, Brazil Previous School: Cisco Junior College Parents: Celso and Silvia Monfron Interesting Fact: Loves getting to know new cultures

Position: Forward Height: 5’10 Class: Freshman Major: Communication Hometown: Portsmouth, England Previous School: Oaklands Catholic School Parents: Mel and Lee Simms Interesting Fact: Nicknamed “Crouchy”

Position: Defender Height: 5’7 Class: Freshman Major: Business Hometown: Chickasha, Okla. Previous School: Chickasha High School Parents: Tim and Lisa Smith Interesting Fact: Likes to bake

2010-11: Monfron played two seasons at forward and midfield for Cisco Junior College in Cisco, Texas. High School: Before attending Cisco JC, Monfron went to high school in Brazil, where she helped her team become city and state champions.

High School: Simms played forward for two years at Oaklands Catholic School in Waterlooville, England. There, she was the top goal scorer with 28 goals and served as team captain. In 2010, she was named Player’s Player of the Year and Manager’s Player of the Year.

High School: At Chickasha High School, Smith was named All-District as a sophomore and as a senior. Those same years, she was named defensive MVP. Her junior year, she served as team captain. The Chickasha Chicks earned district championships her junior and senior years.


Brooke Worcester

Ryah Vyse

Britani Soesbee

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High School: She helped lead her team to become city champions in 2011-2012 while at Southmoore High School.

High School: Yates was named All-District First Team as both as sophomore and a senior while playing for Midlothian High School.

High School: Yates was named the 201112 captain of the Dover Bay Secondary Senior Girls Soccer Team. In 2010, she earned the “Most Dedicated” honor for U15 Upper Vancouver Island Metro Team. She helped her team win second place with Mid Isle Highlanders in the Pacific Coast Soccer League in 2012.

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’5 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Nanaimo, B.C. Previous School: Dover Bay Secondary Parents: Alan and Trudy Yates Interesting Fact: Also a competitive swimmer

Kaitlyn Witty

men’s history

Position: Mid-fielder/Defender Height: 5’6 Class: Freshman Major: Elementary Ed. Hometown: Midlothian, Texas Previous School: Midlothian High School Parents: Max and Liz Yates Interesting Fact: Loves extra crunchy Jif Peanut Butter

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Vanessa Yates

2010-11: At Southgate College in London, Vyse played center midfield. She was the top goal scorer her first year and was captain both years.

Jentry Yates

High School: Soesbee earned several honors while at Edmond North High School. Her senior year, she was named team captain, All-District, All-Conference and All-State. She helped lead her team to a threepeat appearance in the State Championship game. Additionally, Soesbee earned the President Leadership Scholarship at USAO.

women’s history

Position: Defender Height: 5’8 Class: Freshman Major: Biology Hometown: Oklahoma City Previous School: Southmoore High School Parents: Brent and Laura Worcester Interesting Fact: Tore her ACL playing basketball

women

Position: Defender Height: 5’7 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed./Psychology Hometown: Hertfordshire, England Previous School: Southgate College Parents: Mark and Sharon Vyse Interesting Fact: Played penalty shootout with Tottenham men’s first team

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’5 Class: Freshman Major: Undecided Hometown: Edmond, Okla. Previous School: Edmond North High School Parents: James Soesbee and Heather McFarland Interesting Fact: Went on a mission trip to Africa


2011 Statistics Date Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 16 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Nov. 11 Nov. 19

2011 Team Leaders

Opponent Score W/L/T Record Attend at Lyon College 2-1 W 1-0 100 Texas College 6-0 W 2-0 125 Texas Wesleyan 2-1 OT W 3-0 125 at Friends University 1-0 W 4-0 100 at Ottawa University 1-0 2OT W 5-0 100 Saint Gregory’s* 8-0 W 6-0, 1-0 134 at Oklahoma Baptist* 2-3 OT L 6-1, 1-1 100 at Northwestern OSU* 4-2 W 7-1, 2-1 150 Oklahoma Christian* 2-1 OT W 8-1, 3-1 155 v. Lindenwood 1-3 L 8-2 125 Mid-America Christian* 1-0 W 9-2, 4-1 134 Wayland Baptist* 1-0 W 10-2, 5-1 134 Lubbock Christian* 2-1 W 11-2, 6-1 225 Rogers State* 0-1 L 11-3, 6-2 150 at John Brown* 1-0 W 12-3, 7-2 100 Southern Nazarene* 2-3 L 12-4, 7-3 203 at Oklahoma City* 2-3 L 12-5, 7-4 200 Mid-America Christian** 1-0 2OT W 13-5 320 at Southern Nazarene** 2-0 W 14-5 125 at Oklahoma City** 1-0 W 15-5 250 at Point Loma Nazarene^ 0-3 L 15-6 170

Bold home games; *Sooner Athletic Conference games; **SAC tournament; ^NAIA National Tournament

22 Player Gabby Barros Leslie Bross Calli Cooper Erin Coggan

GP-GS G A PTS G/SH 21-21 1 0 2 0.143 20-0 2 1 5 0.250 21-21 23 0 46 0.190 21-12 2 2 6 0.125 Brooke DeGraffenreid 16-6 0 0 0 0.000 Taylor Fain 21-21 0 10 10 0.000 Katie Fikes 2-0 0 0 0 0.000 Andrea Geiger 16-2 1 1 3 0.091 Jessie Jones 5-0 0 0 0 0.000 Brittni Kent 13-3 1 0 2 0.200 Lexxa Kever 3-0 0 0 0 0.000 Kelli Korleski 21-20 2 1 5 0.182 Devon Legaard 21-21 0 3 3 0.000 Brennan Miller 17-0 1 1 3 0.050 Mistery Neal 19-13 4 2 10 0.235 Emily Stevenson 21-11 1 1 3 0.083 Megan Wilkerson 21-21 1 2 4 0.020 Kaitlyn Witty 10-0 0 0 0 0.000 Jordyn Yates 19-18 2 2 6 0.133 Annie Zoch 20-20 0 1 1 0.000 Total 21 42 27 111 0.115 Opponents 21 22 12 56 0.113 Player Tipton, Addie Total Opponents

GP-GS MIN GA 21-21 1940:01 22 21 1940:01 22 21 1940:01 42

SH SOG GW PK-ATT 7 6 0 0-1 8 2 1 0-0 121 71 10 1-2 16 8 1 0-0 13 5 0 0-0 28 12 0 0-1 0 0 0 0-0 11 4 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 5 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 11 5 0 0-0 18 5 0 0-0 20 9 0 0-0 17 13 2 0-0 12 6 0 0-0 50 25 0 0-0 4 2 0 0-0 15 6 1 0-0 9 3 0 0-0 366 185 15 1-4 195 88 6 1-1

GAA SV PCT W-L SHO 1.021 65 0.747 15-6 10 1.021 65 0.747 15-6 10 1.948 143 0.773 6-15 0.17

Goals Calli Cooper Mistery Neal Leslie Bross Erin Coggan Kelli Korleski Jordyn Yates

23 4 2 2 2 2

Game-Winning Goals Calli Cooper Mistery Neal Leslie Bross Erin Coggan Jordyn Yates

Assists

Taylor Fain Devon Legaard Erin Coggan Mistery Neal Megan Wilkerson Jordyn Yates

Points

Calli Cooper Taylor Fain Mistery Neal Erin Coggan Jordyn Yates

Shots

Calli Cooper Megan Wilkerson Taylor Fain Brennan Miller Devon Legaard

Shots on Goal Calli Cooper Megan Wilkerson Mistery Neal Taylor Fain Brennan Miller

10 2 1 1 1

10 3 2 2 2 2

46 10 10 6 6

121 50 28 20 18

71 25 13 12 9

Shooting Percentage (at least two goals)

Leslie Bross Mistery Neal Calli Cooper Kelli Korleski Jordyn Yates

0.250 0.235 0.190 0.182 0.133


All-Time Results 1998

W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 1-7 L, 1-4 W, 5-0 L, 0-4 W, 4-1 W, 4-0 W, 1-0 (OT) W, 3-0 L, 0-7 L, 0-5 W, 6-0

8/28 8/31 9/2 9/8 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/24 9/25 10/5 10/7 10/8 10/12 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/26 10/29

2005 8/30 9/1 9/6 9/10

at Lyon College (Ark.) W, 3-0 Oklahoma Christian W, 2-1 Southwestern OSU T, 0-0 (OT) at Saint Gregory’s L, 0-1 Bacone College W, 4-1 Friends University W, 2-1 (OT) at Bethany College W, 4-1 College of Southwest W, 2-1 (OT) Texas Wesleyan W, 2-0 at Northwestern OSU* L, 0-2 at Oklahoma Baptist* T, 2-2 (OT) v. TAMU-International L, 3-4 at Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-1 John Brown* W, 2-1 (2OT) Southern Nazarene* W, 4-1 at Oklahoma City* L, 1-2 (OT) Saint Gregory’s* L, 0-2 Oklahoma City** L, 0-1 Record: 9-7-2 (2-4-1) at Northwood University W, 2-1 at Oklahoma City L, 0-1 at McPherson College W, 7-0 at Friends University T, 0-0 (2OT)

2007

8/28 8/30 9/4 9/13 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/25 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/27

2008

8/24 9/5 9/12 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/10 10/13 10/18 10/21 10/24 10/27 10/30 11/1 11/4 11/8

at Bacone College W, 2-0 Northwood W, 3-1 at Bethany, Kan. W, 7-1 McPherson, Kan. W, 4-1 Northwestern OSU* T, 1-1 (2OT) at Saint Gregory’s* W, 1-0 at John Brown* L, 0-1 Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-3 at Oklahoma City* T, 0-0 (2OT) Southern Nazarene* W, 1-0 at Oklahoma Baptist* L, 0-4 at Northwestern OSU* W, 2-1 (OT) John Brown* W, 2-0 Saint Gregory’s* W, 5-0 at Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-3 Oklahoma City* W, 1-0 at Southern Nazarene* T, 1-1 Oklahoma Baptist* W, 1-0 at Oklahoma Baptist^ L, 0-2 Record: 11-5-3 (7-4-3) at Northwood Univ. W, 4-3 (OT) at Tabor College W, 8-1 at McPherson College L, 1-3 v. Missouri Valley W, 3-2 at MidAmerica Nazarene L, 0-5 Texas Wesleyan T, 0-0 Southern Nazarene* L, 0-6 at Rogers State* L, 0-3 Saint Gregory’s* W, 2-0 Wayland Baptist* W, 5-2 at Oklahoma Christian* L, 1-7 at Northwestern OSU* L, 0-3 John Brown* L, 0-4 at Oklahoma Baptist* L, 0-1 at Oklahoma City* L, 0-4 at John Brown** L, 0-5 Record: 5-10-1 (2-7) at Our Lady of the Lake T, 1-1 East Central L, 1-4 Northeastern State T, 2-2 McPherson College L, 1-2 at Bethel College (Kan.) W, 1-0 Tabor College W, 3-1 at Mid-America Christian* W, 3-0 at John Brown* L, 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist* T, 1-1 at Southern Nazarene* L, 0-3 Northwestern OSU* W, 2-1 at Saint Gregory’s* T, 0-0 Oklahoma City* L, 0-5 Rogers State* L, 0-2 at Wayland Baptist* L, 1-2 at Texas Wesleyan W, 3-2 at Bacone College W, 1-0 Oklahoma Christian* L, 1-2 at Oklahoma City** L, 0-4 Record: 6-9-4 (2-6-2)

at Northeastern State L, 3-4 (OT) Mount Marty College W, 10-0 at Briar Cliff University W, 7-1 Huston-Tillotson University W, 11-0 Our Lady of the Lake W, 3-2 Texas Wesleyan W, 5-0 at East Central L, 3-4 at Tabor College W, 6-2 at Oklahoma Christian* W, 3-1 Mid-America* W, 3-2 (2OT) Southern Nazarene* L, 2-3 Saint Gregory’s* W, 6-0 at Rogers State* W, 5-1 John Brown* L, 0-1 at Northwestern OSU* W, 6-0 at Oklahoma City* W, 3-2 at Oklahoma Baptist* L, 1-2 Wayland Baptist* W, 10-0 Oklahoma City** L, 3-4 (OT) Record: 13-6 (7-3)

2010

9/3 v. Delta State Univ. W, 3-2 (2OT) 9/4 v. Emmanuel College W, 5-0 9/17 v. East Central T, 3-3 (2OT) 9/19 at Central Oklahoma L, 1-4 9/21 at Bethel College (Kan.) W, 6-1 9/24 Tabor College W, 7-1 9/28 Oklahoma City* L, 0-3 10/1 Oklahoma Christian* W, 4-2 10/5 at Mid-America* L, 2-3 (OT) 10/8 at Southern Nazarene* L, 1-2 10/12 at Oklahoma Baptist* L, 0-1 10/16 Lubbock Christian* W, 3-1 10/19 Saint Gregory’s* W, 10-0 10/23 Rogers State* W, 1-0 10/26 at John Brown* L, 1-7 10/29 at Wayland Baptist* W, 3-0 11/2 at Northwestern OSU* W, 3-0 11/6 at John Brown** L, 1-2 (2OT) Record: 10-7-1 (6-5)

2011

9/3 at Lyon College W, 2-1 9/8 Texas College W, 6-0 9/16 Texas Wesleyan W, 2-1 (OT) 9/20 at Friends University W, 1-0 9/23 at Ottawa University W, 1-0 (2OT) 9/27 Saint Gregory’s* W, 8-0 9/30 at Oklahoma Baptist* L, 2-3 (OT) 10/4 at Northwestern OSU* W, 4-2 10/7 Oklahoma Christian* W. 2-1 (OT) 10/9 v. Lindenwood L, 1-3 10/11 Mid-America Christian* W, 1-0 10/13 Wayland Baptist* W, 1-0 10/15 Lubbock Christian* W, 2-1 10/18 Rogers State* L, 0-1 10/22 at John Brown* W, 1-0 10/25 Southern Nazarene* L, 2-3 10/28 at Oklahoma City* L, 2-3 11/5 Mid-America Christian** W, 1-0 (2OT) 11/8 at Southern Nazarene** W, 2-0 11/11 at Oklahoma City** W, 1-0 11/19 Point Loma Nazarene^ L, 0-3 Record: 15-6 (7-4)

*Conference **Conference Tournament ^NAIA Regional/National Tournament

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at Southwestern OSU Dallas Baptist at Northwestern OSU Oklahoma City Southern Nazarene at Wayland Baptist Oklahoma Christian Bellevue University Bethany College at Saint Gregory’s* Northwestern OSU* at Oklahoma City* at Huron (S.D.) v. Concordia (S.D.)

2004

at Texas Wesleyan L, 3-4 at Southwestern OSU W, 2-0 at College of Southwest L, 0-2 at Texas-Permian Basin W, 3-0 at Mary Hardin-Baylor W, 2-0 Eastfield (Texas) W, 12-0 Friends University W, 2-1 Bethany College W, 12-0 at Oklahoma Christian T, 1-1 (OT) (6) Northwood University L, 1-3 Bacone College W, 1-0 Northwestern OSU* L, 0-1 Lyon College (Ark.) W, 5-0 Texas-Permian Basin W, 5-0 at Saint Gregory’s* W, 3-2 (OT) at Southern Nazarene* T, 1-1 (OT) at John Brown* L, 0-1 at Wayland Baptist* W, 3-1 Oklahoma Christian* T, 0-0 (OT) Oklahoma City* W, 2-0 at John Brown** W, 3-1 v. Oklahoma City** L, 0-1 Record: 13-6-3 (3-2-2)

8/25 8/31 9/5 9/8 9/12 9/14 9/16 9/23 9/26 9/29 10/3 10/10 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/24 10/27 10/31 11/3

8/28 9/4 9/5 9/8 9/12 9/18 9/25 9/26 9/29 10/2 10/6 10/16 10/20 10/24 10/27 10/30 11/2 11/3 11/7

men’s history

8/30 9/8 9/11 9/15 9/18 9/21 9/25 9/28 9/29 10/2 10/4 10/6 10/12 10/13

W, 2-1 L, 0-2 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-2 L, 1-3 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 L, 0-2 L, 0-4 Record: 9-11

8/23 8/28 9/6 9/7 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/27 10/1 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/ 9 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/25 11/1 11/4

2006

2009

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2001

at Southwestern OSU at Dallas Baptist v. Northwood at Tabor College Southwestern OSU at Southern Nazarene at Bethany College v. Huron (S.D.) Midwestern State Texas Lutheran at Saint Gregory’s Oklahoma City College of Southwest Oklahoma Christian Saint Gregory’s at Oklahoma City Friends University Bethel College at Oklahoma Christian Southern Nazarene

2003

Southwestern OSU T, 1-1 (OT) at Northeastern State L, 1-7 at Bethany College W, 4-1 at Bethel College W, 10-0 at Missouri Valley W, 1-0 (OT) v. Missouri Baptist L, 1-4 at Northwestern OSU L, 0-1 Northwood University W, 2-1 Bacone College W, 3-2 Northwestern OSU* L, 0-2 at Newman University L, 0-2 Southwestern College W, 6-0 Oklahoma Christian* W, 2-1 Southern Nazarene* L, 1-2 (OT) at Oklahoma City* W, 1-0 at Oklahoma Christian* L, 1-2 Saint Gregory’s* L, 1-2 (2OT) Wayland Baptist W, 12-0 at Southern Nazarene** W, 2-0 at Oklahoma City** L, 0-1 Record: 10-9-1 (2-4)

at Oklahoma Christian L, 1-2 Eastern New Mexico L, 0-2 Saint Gregory’s W, 1-0 Bethany College W, 7-1 TAMU-International W, 4-0 Bacone College W, 4-0 at Southern Nazarene* L, 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist* W, 3-2 at John Brown* L, 2-5 Northwestern OSU* L, 0-1 at Texas Wesleyan L, 0-2 Oklahoma Christian* W, 2-1 Oklahoma City* L, 0-4 at Saint Gregory’s* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Oklahoma Christian** L, 0-2 Record: 8-9-2 (2-4-1)

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9/1 9/8 9/9 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/28 9/30 10/7 10/8 10/10 10/12 10/15 10/21 10/23 10/24 10/30

8/30 9/9 9/14 9/17 9/19 9/20 9/24 9/27 9/28 10/2 10/4 10/5 10/8 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/25 10/27 11/2 11/6

9/13 9/16 9/20 9/23 9/24 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/11 10/14 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/25 10/28

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2000

at Oklahoma City L, 0-3 College of Southwest L, 1-2 Tabor College W, 2-1 (2OT) Southern Nazarene L, 0-2 Dallas Baptist L, 1-4 East Central L, 1-3 v. Bethel College W, 5-0 at McPherson College W, 22-0 Southwestern OSU W, 3-1 Southwestern College W, 7-0 Bethany College W, 5-1 Oklahoma City L, 1-4 Southwestern OSU W, 4-1 Southwestern College W, 7-0 Oklahoma Christian W, 2-1 Saint Gregory’s L, 0-2 Friends University W, 2-1 Saint Gregory’s L, 1-3 Record: 10-8

2002

Saint Gregory’s* L, 0-1 Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-3 Wayland Baptist* W, 10-0 at Southern Nazarene* W, 2-1 Record: 11-7 (4-3)

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9/4 9/5 9/11 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/24 9/25 9/28 10/2 10/3 10/5 10/9 10/11 10/14 10/20 10/22 10/24

10/16 10/18 10/21 10/23

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1999

Central Oklahoma L, 0-2 v. West Texas A&M L, 0-4 at Tabor College W, 8-1 East Central W, 2-1 (OT) Saint Gregory’s L, 0-2 at Oklahoma City L, 0-2 at Southern Nazarene L, 0-10 at Southwestern W, 1-7 at Bethany College W, 1-0 Central Christian W, 4-0 at Sterling College W, 1-6 Southwestern College W, 3-0 at Northwood University W, 3-0 Oklahoma City L, 0-3 at Hendrix College W, 4-1 at Saint Gregory’s L, 0-2 at Dallas Baptist L, 2-4 Record: 9-8

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9/9 9/12 9/19 9/20 9/22 9/25 9/26 10/2 10/12 10/16 10/17 10/19 10/21 10/22 10/25 10/31 11/6


Individual Records Single-Season Goals 26 23 22 22 18

Calli Cooper Calli Cooper Summer Holman Sereida Thompson Jennnifer Childers

Assists 18 13 12 10 10

Calli Cooper Taylor Fain Brittany Jay Taylor Fain Calli Cooper

Points 70 53 46 46 42

Calli Cooper Summer Holman Calli Cooper Sereida Thompson Calli Cooper

Game-Winning Goals 10 6 5 5 4

Calli Cooper Sereida Thompson Summer Holman Jennifer Childers Calli Cooper

Multiple-Goal Games 8 6 6

Calli Cooper Calli Cooper Summer Holman

6 5

Jennifer Childers Calli Cooper

1998 2010

2009 2011 2003 2001 1998

Goals Against Average

2009 2010 2009 2011 2010

Saves

2009 2003 2011 2001 2010 2011 2001 2002 1998 2009 2009 2011 2003

0.75 0.95 1.00 1.02 1.07

Katy Newville Destiny Rachal Emily Stephens Addie Tipton Katy Newville

203 161 127 125

Jessie Ray Rachel Case Jessie Ray Destiny Rachal

1998 2000 1999 2008

Wins 15 12 12 10 9 9

Addie Tipton Destiny Rachal Wilson Katy Newville Jessie Ray Katy Newville Jessie Ray

Shutouts 10 8 6 5 5

2003 2006 2006 2011 2002

Addie Tipton Katy Newville Rachel Case Katy Newville Rachel Case

2011 2009 2003 1999 2004 1998

Game Records Goals 5 5 5 4 4

Calli Cooper v. Saint Gregory’s Calli Cooper v. Mount Marty Summer Holman v. Wayland Baptist Annie Zoch v. Saint Gregory’s Summer Holman v. Bethany (Kan.)

Assists 5 3 3 3 3

Brittany Jay v. Saint Gregory’s Taylor Fain v. Delta State Calli Cooper v. Rogers State Erika Griffith v. Huston-Tillotson Stephanie Barnett v. Bethel (Kan.)

Points 11 10 10 9 8 8

Calli Cooper v. Mount Marty Calli Cooper v. Saint Gregory’s Summer Holman v. Wayland Baptist Summer Holman v. Bethany (Kan.) Calli Cooper v. multiple opponents Sereida Thompson v. Concordia

Saves 26 26 23 23 20

Jessie Ray v. Oklahoma City Jessie Ray v. Southern Nazarene Jessie Ray v. Central Oklahoma Jessie Ray v. East Central Rachel Case v. Southern Nazarene

2011 2009 2002 2010 2003 2010 2010 2009 2009 2002 2009 2011 2002 2003 2010 2001 1998 1998 1998 1998 2000

2011 2003 2001 2005 2000

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Career Records 65 53 42 29 24

Calli Cooper 2009-present Sereida Thompson 1999-02 Summer Holman 2001-03 Brittany Jay 2007-10 Taylor Fain 2009-present

Assists 30 28 27 26 17

Taylor Fain Calli Cooper Laura Parker Brittany Jay Jessie Brown

2009-present 2009-present 2001-04 2007-10 2003-06

Points 158 118 100 84 78

Calli Cooper 2009-present Sereida Thompson 1999-02 Summer Holman 2001-03 Brittany Jay 2007-10 Taylor Fain 2009-presnt

Game-Winning Goals 17 13 9 6 5

Calli Cooper 2009-present Sereida Thompson 1999-02 Summer Holman 2001-03 Brittany Jay 2007-10 Jennifer Childers 1998

Multiple-Goal Games 19 11 9

Calli Cooper 2009-present Sereida Thompson 1999-02 Summer Holman 2001-03

Hat Tricks 5 4

Calli Cooper 2009-present Sereida Thompson 1999-02

Goals Against Average (two seasons minimum) 1.06 1.29 1.32 1.84 1.85

Katy Newville Nikki Thomas Addie Tipton Destiny Wilson Rachel Case

2002-05 2009-11 2010-11 2006-09 2000-02

Saves 365 330 329 271

Katy Newville 2002-05 Jessie Ray 1998-99 Destiny Rachal Wilson 2006-09 Rachel Case 2000-02

Wins 28 23 20 17 14

Katy Newville 2002-05 Destiny Rachal Wilson 2006-09 Jessie Ray 1998-99 Addie Tipton 2010-11 Rachel Case 2000-02

Shutouts 19 11 11 7 7

Katy Newville Addie Tipton Rachel Case Destiny Wilson Jessie Ray

2002-05 2010-11 2000-02 2006-09 1998-99

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Goals


Game Records Goals

v. McPherson (Kan.) v. Bethany (Kan.) v. Eastfield (Texas) v. Huston-Tillotson v. mutliple opponents

Margin of Victory

22 12 12 11 10

v. McPherson (22-0) v. Bethany (Kan.) (12-0) v. Eastfield (Texas) (12-0) v. Huston-Tillotson (11-0) v. multiple opponents

v. Bethany (Kan.) v, Saint Gregory’s v. Huston-Tillotson v. Tabor (Kan.) v. Eastfield (Texas) v. Wayland Baptist

Shots on Goal

v. Bethel (Kan.) v. Tabor (Kan.) v. Wayland Baptist v. Bethany (Kan.) v. Huston-Tillotson

Goals Against 10 7 7 7

v. Southern Nazarene v. John Brown v. Oklahoma Christian v. Oklahoma City (twice)

Shots on Goal Against

2001 2001 2001

71.4 2011 68.4 2009 68.4 2003 58.3 2010 57.9 2006

Fewest Losses

5 2006 6 2011 6 2009 6 2003 7 2010 7 2004 7 2001

Shutouts

Fewest Wins

5 2007 6 2008 8 2005 9 2004 9 2000 9 1998

Worst Winning Percentage

31.3 2007 31.6 2008 42.2 2005 45.0 2000

Goals

90 2009 64 1999 61 2003 54 2010

10 2011 10 2003 8 2006 8 2001 6 2009 6 2005

Assists

Most Losses

272 1999 251 2003 243 2002 236 2009

11 2000 10 2007

68 2009 50 2010 53 2003

Points

248 2009 166 1999 158 2010 112 1998 111 2011

Most Goals Allowed

49 2007 38 2010 34 2001 34 1998 33 2008

Fewest Goals Allowed

19 2003 22 2011 23 2005

Goals Against Average

0.84 2003 0.97 2006 1.02 2011 1.17 2004 1.28 2005

Shots on Goal

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v. Oklahoma City v. Southern Nazarene v. Oklahoma Christian

1998 2010 2007 2001

Best Winning Percentage

9 2009 9 2008 9 2005 9 2002

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2002 2007 2001 2003 2009

15 2011 13 2009 13 2003 11 2006 11 2001

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44 34 33 30 29

2003 2010 2009 2007 2003 2002

Wins

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12 11 9 9 8 8

1999 2003 2003 2009

Season Records

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1999 2003 2003 2009

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Doing it the Drover Way

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Quarterfinals with an overall record of 18-5. They won the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament and regular season championships, earning a conference record of 9-1. Preseason polls put USAO at the top of the SAC and seventh in the NAIA. Preseason polls are predominantly based on the previous year’s success. “The worst thing we can do is compare the men’s team to last years’ group,” Hampton said. “That graduating class may go down as the most successful in Drover history. We have to make our own way, be coachable, and learn to do it the Drover way. If they buy into it, we can be there in the end.” The Drover will have little time to adapt to the Drover way, as they start the season with two of the toughest teams in the league. First, they take on No. 2 Baker College. A week later, they travel to Tennessee to play Hastings College from Nebraska on a neutral site. While Hastings isn’t officially ranked preseason, they knocked off the Drovers in the NAIA Quarterfinals and went on to end the 2011 season as national runners up. They were unranked only because their conference failed to turn in paperwork on time. They were expected to be ranked No. 2. “To be the best you have to compete against the best, so absolutely we built this schedule for a reason,” Hampton said. “If we want to play for a conference or national title, we need to find out what it is we are not good enough at, and the only way to do that is to find those quality opponents. We learn a ton about our teams in tight matches, win or lose.” Hampton said the goal was the same every year — to compete for a conference title and play in the NAIA National Tournament. Every team competing in the tournament has a shot at the national title, and that is exactly what Hampton hopes for each season.

Kris Andrews

After three NAIA National Tournament appearances in a row, the Drover men have a lot to aim for in 2012, but it could take a lot of work to get there, Head Coach Jimmy Hampton said. “This group will have to make its own way with so many newcomers,” Hampton said. “We probably will go through some tough, tough growing pains.” The preseason focus for the men has been on fitness and teaching the new players how to compete and what to expect out of the strong league. While the Drovers only lost five starters, so many of the new players are young and still need to mature into college soccer. The Drovers could have some hiccups this season without four-year starters John Gardner, Sam Shaddick, Chris Lee, Niall Crick and Dusan Rasovic. “They were not only quality players, but they were leaders of the team,” Hampton said of his graduated seniors. “We will count heavily on returners Scott Parkinson, Bryan Byars, Kris Andrews and Phil Pryor to lead the men.” Andrews is the only senior on the team. Hampton expects Ryan Clougherty, a forward from Scotland, and Niall Burley, a midfielder from England, to play integral roles immediately for USAO. The Drovers ended the 2011 season in the NAIA


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Head Coach: Jimmy Hampton Assistant Coaches: Alexis Vizarelis, Tommy Hubbard

Wt. 195 185 215 150 170 190 190 165 170 180 185 165 180 165 155 170 145 160 165 175 155 145 165 180 160 145 165 155 160 145

Hometown/Previous School Oklahoma City/Midwestern State University London/Harris City Academy Crystal Palace Glasgow, Scotland/St. Ambrose HS High Wycombe, England/Amersham & Wycombe Liverpool, England/Gateacre Comprehensive Shrewsbury, England/Walford & North Shropshire Liverpool, England/Wade Deacon HS Belgrade, Serbia/Nikola Tesla London/Borehamwood College Colchester, England/Cloud County CC Paris/Marie Curie HS Accra, Ghana/Anton HS Paris/Coopers Technology College Monterrey, Mexico/Preparatoria Abierta SEP London/Coopers Technology College Glasgow, Scotland/Bearsden Academy Accra, Ghana/University of Mobile Dumbarton, Scotland/Our Lady and St. Patrick’s London/Ealing Hammersmith West London Warrington, England/St. Aelred’s Catholic College Glasgow, Scotland/Mearns Castle HS Zaragoza, Spain/Sagrado Corazon de Jesus Huddersfield, England/Huddersfield New College Bournemouth, England/The Purbeck School St. Albans, England/St. George’s School Guayaquil, Ecuador/German School of Guayaquil Coatbridge, Scotland/St. Ambrose HS London/Haberdashers Aske’s Knights São Paulo, Brazil/Colegio Objetivo Tampico, Mexico/ITESM Tampico

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drover competition

Ht. 6’1 6’4 6’1 5’10 5’7 6’4 6’0 5’11 6’0 5’11 6’1 5’5 6’2 5’10 6’1 6’0 5’5 5’11 5’9 6’1 5’11 5’8 5’10 6’3 5’8 5’6 6’0 6’0 5’11 5’8

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

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Name Bryan Byars Alexander Salsano Conor Vaughan Phil Pryor Paul McGuire Sam Rimmer Scott Parkinson Luka Rasovic Kalokwera Okot Perry Sansford Nicolas Alberto Stephen Owusu Jean Gnapi Rodrigo Ulibarri Ogba Ubredi Ryan Clougherty Ebenezer Amoah Liam Madden Morel Kartel Niall Burley Kyle Maxwell Alejandro Rubio Kris Andrews Nat Scott Richard Murray Rodrigo Pólit Sean McLaughlan Joseph Merry Arthur Silva Carlos Rivera

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Position: Forward Height: 6’1 Class: Junior Major: Business Hometown: Paris Previous School: Marie Curie High School Parents: Victor and Valerie Alberto Interesting Fact: Both his parents have roots in Africa

Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’10 Class: Senior Major: Bus. Admin/Phys. Ed. Hometown: Huddersfield, England Previous School: Huddersfield New College Parents: Les and Jane Andrews Interesting Fact: Spent summer coaching young kids

Position: Goalkeeper Height: 6’1 Class: Sophomore Major: Phys. Ed./Bus. Mang. Hometown: Oklahoma City Previous School: Midwestern State University Parents: Danny and Pauline Byars Interesting Fact: Has no ligaments in his left shoulder

2011: As a sophomore, Alberto played in every game for the Drovers and saw 17 starts. He scored six goals for the Drovers, including one in the Sooner Athletic Conference Championship game against Lubbock Christian. Also, he came in second on the team in assists, helping out with five goals on the season. 2010: In his first season at USAO, Alberto was named the Sooner Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year after 11 goals and seven assists on the season. He scored two goals a piece in wins against Tabor College and Southern Nazarene. He earned the game-winning goal in USAO’s National Tournament opening round victory over University of Texas at Brownsville. High School: Alberto played soccer while he attended Marie Curie High School in Versailles, France.

2011: Andrews played in 21 games for the Drovers and saw 12 starts for the season. Both his goals for the season came in a 5-0 shut out over conference foe Rogers State. He also had assists in wins over Oklahoma Baptist and Lubbock Christian. 2010: Andrews played in 16 games — and started in five — at mid-field for the Drovers. His lone assist came in a 3-1 win over conference opponent Southern Nazarene in October. 2009: Redshirt 2008: Andrews played in eight games throughout the season, bringing in both a goal and an assist in a late-season shutout over Bacone College. His lone start came against John Brown in October. 2006-07: Before joining the Drovers, he played mid-field for two seasons at Huddersfield New College in Huddersfield, England. He helped lead his team to both league and cup championships. He served as captain in 2007. High School: During his high school career, he was a trialist for English College Schools FA Representative.

2011: Coming in as a redshirt freshman, Byars was USAO’s starting keeper, only missing one start all season. Spending almost 2,000 minutes in the box, Byars allowed just 16 goals while collecting 67 saves. He had a season-high nine saves against Missouri Valley in the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament. The Drovers went on to shut out MVC. For the season, Byars earned 17 wins and 10 shutouts. He ended the season with a goals against average of 0.744, which is eighth in the NAIA and first in the conference. For his efforts, Byars earned SAC All-Conference First Team honors. 2010: After high school, Byars went to Midwestern State, where he redshirted one season. High School: At Putnam City North High School, Byars was named All-America and All-State his senior year. He also was named All-District three years in a row. In 2008, he was a Gatorade National Player nominee. He helped lead his team to become state runners up in 2007.

Year 2011 2010 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots 23 17 6 5 17 51 21 19 11 7 29 70 44 36 17 12 46 121

SOG 26 31 57

Year 2011 2010 2008 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots 21 12 2 2 6 16 16 5 0 1 1 6 8 1 1 1 3 3 45 18 3 4 10 25

SOG 5 0 1 6

Year GP Min. GA Avg. Sv. W-L SHO 2011 23 1935:06 16 .744 67 17-5 10 TOTAL 23 1935:06 16 .744 67 17-5 10


Kalokwera Okot

Sean McLaughlan

Jean Gnapi

2011: As a freshman, Gnapi played in nearly every game for the Drovers, earning eight starts. He scored four goals for the Drovers, including the game-winning goal in double overtime against conference opponent Wayland Baptist in mid-October. He also scored USAO’s only goal in a loss to Lindenwood University. High School: Originally from Paris, Gnapi played three seasons at Coopers Technology College in Chilsehurst, England, where he led his team in goals and turned up second in the conference in goals made with 16. His team became Ryman Youth League runners up in 2010.

2011: Redshirt High School: McLaughlan was named Player of the Year and Players Player of the Year for the Milan Boys Club in 2006-07. He helped the team win the Division I League Cup and had the most assists in the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons.

2011: As a freshman, Okot played in the final 18 games for the Drovers, starting in all but one of those. He scored his first goal for USAO in a shutout over conference opponent Rogers State, and then scored both USAO’s goals in a 2-0 win over Missouri Valley in the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament. He also had an assist in back-to-back-to-back mid-October games. Okot earned All-Conference Second Team honors as a strong mid-fielder. 2009-10: Before USAO, Okot played two seasons at Borehamwood College in London, where he was named Player of the Year and earned the Player’s Player Award. Year 2011 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 18 17 3 3 9 28 8 18 17 3 3 9 28 8

men’s history

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 22 8 4 2 10 39 14 TOTAL 22 8 4 2 10 39 14

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 6’0 Class: Sophomore Major: Business Hometown: London Previous School: Borehamwood College Parents: Ruth Abe Interesting Fact: Has 18 aunts and uncles

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 6’0 Class: Sophomore Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Coatbridge, Scotland Previous School: St. Ambrose High School Parents: Thomas and Karen McLaughlan Interesting Fact: Touches Gnapi “the Side Man” in FIFA

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Position: Forward Height: 6’2 Class: Sophomore Major: Business Hometown: Paris Previous School: Coopers Technology College Parents: Ciprien and Clemence Gnapi Interesting Fact: Nicknamed General Gnapstar

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Position: Defender Height: 6’0 Class: Junior Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Liverpool, England Previous School: Wade Deacon High School Parents: James and Susan Parkinson Interesting Fact: Is the Head Soccer Coach at CHS

Position: Defender Height: 5’10 Class: Junior Major: Phys. Ed./Business Hometown: High Wycombe, England Previous School: Amersham & Wycombe College Parents: Tony and Hiliary Pryor Interesting Fact: Has a “stupidly long” throw

Position: Defender Height: 5’11 Class: Sophomore Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Belgrade, Serbia Previous School: Nikola Tesla Parents: Mirko and Dragica Rasovic Interesting Fact: Lives in Serbia

2011: Parkinson anchored a defense that earned 11 shutouts for the season and allowed the fewest goals against for a season for USAO. He was named Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive MVP and NAIA All-America Third Team. As a defender who excelled in headers, Parkinson came in third on the team in goals made with seven. Parkinson was named SAC Defensive Player of the Week in late October after scoring two goals and offering an assist in a shutout over Rogers State. He also had two assists for the season. In addition to his USAO duties, Parkinson is the head boy’s and assistant girl’s coach at Chickasha High School. 2010: As a freshman, Parkinson played and started in all but one game of the season. The defender scored four goals, two of which were game winners. Parkinson was named SAC Defensive Player of the Week in late October after scoring goals in two games in a row. His first career goal was in a 7-2 win over Saint Gregory’s. He followed that up with a second — and his first game winner — in the 108th minute of play in double overtime against Rogers State. He also scored goals in back-to-back games against Wayland Baptist and Oklahoma Christian. He was named All-Conference Second Team at the end of the season. High School: Before joining the Drovers, Parkinson played soccer while attending school at Wade Deacon High School in England.

2011: Pryor played in 16 games and saw three starts as a sophomore. His lone assist came in the game-winning goal against Azusa Pacific in the NAIA National Tournament. The Drovers went on to win 2-1 and advance to the NAIA Quarterfinals for the second year in a row. 2010: Coming in as a freshman, Pryor made 10 appearances, starting in a single game. His only assist came in a late-October win over Wayland Baptist. 2008-09: Pryor played at Amersham & Wycombe College for two years before joining the Drovers. He was named team captain and led his team to win the college’s conference twice and make it to the quarterfinals of the English College’s Cup. High School: Pryor played five sports in high school. He was team captain of the soccer team for three years and was captain of the school’s athletics team as well. His soccer team earned the Regional Championship. He was named All-District in soccer, athletics, tennis, badminton and hockey.

2011: Rasovic played in 10 games for the Drovers before sustaining a season-ending injury. His lone goal was the game-winner against Mid-America Christian in October. He also had an assist in a late-September win over Saint Gregory’s. High School: Before joining the Drovers, Rasovic attended Nikola Tesla in Belgrade, Serbia.

Year 2011 2010 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots 21 20 7 2 16 38 20 20 4 0 8 24 41 40 11 2 24 62

SOG 14 11 25

Year 2011 2010 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots 16 3 0 1 1 8 10 1 0 1 1 1 26 4 0 2 2 9

SOG 3 0 3

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 10 8 1 1 3 8 2 TOTAL 10 8 1 1 3 8 2


Alejandro Rubio

Carlos Rivera

Sam Rimmer

2011: As a freshman, Rimmer made 12 appearances and had five starts for the Drovers, including the NAIA Quarterfinal game. While he scored no goals, he was part of a strong defensive line. High School: Rimmer attended Walford & North Shropshire College in England before attending school in the United States.

2011: As a freshman, Rivera made five appearances for the Drovers early in the year. His lone assist came in one of the Drovers’ first games, a 7-0 shut out over Texas College. 2008-10: Before attending USAO, Rivera played defense for three years at ITESM Tampico in Tampico, Mexico.

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 12 5 0 0 0 2 0 TOTAL 12 5 0 0 0 2 0

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 TOTAL 5 0 0 1 1 0 0

2011: As a true freshman, Rubio played in 16 games, scoring three goals for the Drovers. He scored goals in shutouts against Texas College, Texas Wesleyan University and Ottawa University. He also had an assist in the conference game against Oklahoma Christian. Of players scoring three goals or more on the season, Rubio led the team in shooting percentage with 0.429. High School: Rubio attended Sagrado Corazon de Jesus in Zaragoza, Spain, before joining the Drovers. Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 16 0 3 1 7 7 5 TOTAL 16 0 3 1 7 7 5

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’8 Class: Sophomore Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Zaragoza, Spain Previous School: Sagrado Corazon de Jesus Parents: Carlos Rubio and MaJose Solanas Interesting Fact: Loves sports

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Position: Defender Height: 5’8 Class: Sophomore Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Tampico, Mexico Previous School: ITESM Tampico Parents: Carlos Rivera and Sandra Felizardo Interesting Fact: Speaks English and Spanish

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Position: Defender Height: 6’4 Class: Sophomore Major: Business Hometown: Shrewsbury, England Previous School: Walford & North Shropshire College Parents: Stu and Kathy Rimmer Interesting Fact: Has an extremely high opinion of himself

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Position: Forward Height: 5’11 Class: Junior Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Colchester, England Previous School: Cloud County Community College Parents: Perry and Ordelia Sansford Interesting Fact: Loves playing Football Manager

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2011: Sansford was one of only three players to start in every game of the season for the Drovers. He led the team in goals with 12 on the season. He also leads the team in game-winners (6), points (28), shots (81) and shots on goal (40). He was 10th in the division and second in the conference in total game-winners as well. Sansford scored two goals a piece against Oklahoma Baptist in the conference semifinals and early in the season against Ottawa University. He also had another four assists to help the Drovers. 2010: Before joining the Drovers, Sansford played forward a season at Cloud County Community College, where he was AllAmerica Second Team and the top goal scorer with 19 goals. High School: In high school, Sansford was the top scorer for Colchester with 20 goals. He helped the team become runners up in the Colchester school final.

Year 2011 TOTAL

GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 23 23 12 4 28 81 40 23 23 12 4 28 81 40

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Arthur Silva

Nat Scott

Perry Sansford

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Position: Defender Height: 6’3 Class: Sophomore Major: Economics Hometown: Bournemouth, England Previous School: The Purbeck School Parents: Simon and Debbie Scott Interesting Fact: Lives by the sea in England

Position: Defender Height: 5’11 Class: Sophomore Major: Economics Hometown: São Paulo, Brazil Previous School: Colegio Objetivo Parents: Dimas Silva and Nadir Xavier Interesting Fact: Prefers to play soccer barefoot

2011: Scott saw appearances in 15 games in his first year at USAO. His lone goal of the season came in the conference quarterfinals against Wayland Baptist. He scored the team’s second goal to help solidify the lead. The Drovers went on to win the game 3-1. He also had an assist in an early October game against Lindenwood University. High School: Scott was named the team captain all of the five years he attended the upper school. He helped his team win the Southern Counties Cup and was a County Championship long jump champion.

2011: Silva played in three games for the Drovers, starting in the first game of the season against Lyon College. High School: Silva attended Colegio Objetivo in Brazil before joining the Drovers.

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 15 0 1 1 3 4 2 TOTAL 15 0 1 1 3 4 2

Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG 2011 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 3 1 0 0 0 0 0


Ryan Clougherty

Niall Burley

Ebenezer Amoah

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2010-11: Amoah attended the University of Mobile for two seasons before joining the Drovers. There, he helped lead his team to the NAIA National Tournament. High School: In Ghana, Amoah was named the Best Player of the Year.

High School: Burley attended school in England and helped his team win the League Cup every year he was in high school.

High School: Clougherty attended school in Scotland. In his playing career, he was named Player’s Player of the Year in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2010 and was the top goal scorer several years. In a single season, he scored 84 goals. He helped his team win the league several years.

women’s history

Position: Forward Height: 6’0 Class: Freshman Major: Business Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland Previous School: Bearsden Academy Parents: John and Marie Clougherty Interesting Fact: Has a screw wrist

women

Position: Mid-fielder Height: 6’1 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Warrington, England Previous School: St. Aelred’s Catholic College Parents: Kenny and Bernadette Howell Interesting Fact: Used to Irish Dance

2012 drover

Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’5 Class: Junior Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Accra, Ghana Previous School: University of Mobile Parents: John Mensah Interesting Fact: Played for Reading United

university overview

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Liam Madden

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Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’11 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Dumbarton, Scotland Previous School: Our Lady and St. Patrick’s Parents: Vincent and Teresa Madden Interesting Fact: Has had three operations

2010-11: Kartel attended Ealing Hammersmith West London College for two seasons, playing right back. High School: Before college, Kartel attended Holland Park School, where he was named captain of the team and has been named to the Hall of Fame. He helped them to two league titles. He also was named Player of the Year.

High School: Madden played soccer in his native Scotland before coming to USAO.

drover competition

Position: Defender Height: 5’9 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: London Previous School: Ealing Hammersmith West London Parents: Valentine Kore Interesting Fact: Has lived in three different continents

men’s history

Nicolas Alberto

men

17

2012 drover

Morel Kartel

35


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Position: Forward Height: 5’11 Class: Freshman Major: Business Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland Previous School: Mearns Castle High School Parents: Andrew and Marina Maxwell Interesting Fact: Can’t peel bananas

Position: Defender Height: 5’7 Class: Freshman Major: Drama Hometown: Liverpool, England Previous School: Gateacre Comprehensive Parents: Kathleen McGuire Interesting Fact: Grew his hair out for a bet

High School: Maxwell played in Scotland and was named Player of the Year in 2007, 2009 and 2010-12. He was the top goal scorer for the school and the league in 2009 and 2010-12. For the 2011-12 season, he scored 40 goals in competitive games. He helped his team become fourtime league champions ans well as Scottish Cup Finalists, West Region Champions and League Cup Champions.

High School: McGuire attended Gateacre Comprehensive in England before coming to the states to play.

Joseph Merry

Paul McGuire

Kyle Maxwell

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Position: Defender Height: 6’0 Class: Freshman Major: Communication Hometown: London Previous School: Haberdashers Aske’s Knights Parents: Richard Merry and Jaqui Portman Interesting Fact: Considers himself a “good-looking ginger” High School: Before attending USAO, Merry helped his team in London, Haberdashers Aske’s Knights Academy, attend the finals of the Gothia Cup, the youth world cup. They were three-time London Cup winners and national semi-finalists. He served as captain of the district team, Blackheath District.

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Rodrigo Pólit

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Stephen Owusu

Richard Murray

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Position: Defender Height: 5’8 Class: Freshman Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: St. Albans, England Previous School: St. George’s School Parents: Nick and Nicola Murray Interesting Fact: Broke his hand by tripping

Position: Forward Height: 5’5 Class: Freshman Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: Accra. Ghana Previous School: Anton High School Parents: Kwabena Owusu Interesting Fact: Loves to meet people from around the world

Position: Mid-fielder Height: 5’6 Class: Freshman Major: Business Hometown: Guayaquil, Ecuador Previous School: German School of Guayaquil Parents: Rodrigo Pólit and Verónica García Interesting Fact: Can turn his tongue upside-down

High School: Murray helped his team to become runners up in the Hertfordshire County Cup.

High School: In 2007, Owusu was named the inter-school best player in high school in Ghana. That same year, he helped his team get its third trophy.

High School: Pólit played attacking mid-field at German School of Guayaquil in Ecuador before traveling to the United States to play for USAO.


Ogba Ubredi

Alexander Salsano

university overview

1

13

High School: Ubredi helped his team, Dartford Football Club, win the Kent Cup and the League Cup.

women’s history

High School: Salsano played goalkeeper for Harris City Academy Crystal Palace for five years before joining the Drovers. There, he was named Player of the Year two years and helped his team win the league five years in a row.

women

Position: Mid-fielder Height: 6’1 Class: Freshman Major: Bus. Admin. Hometown: London Previous School: Coopers Technology College Parents: Ebi Ubredi Interesting Fact: Can jump really high

2012 drover

Position: Goalkeeper Height: 6’4 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: London Previous School: Harris City Academy Crystal Palace Parents: Luigi Salsano and Kim Kennedy Interesting Fact: Is half Italian and half Scottish

1

High School: Ulibarri attended school in Mexico before joining the Drovers.

High School: While at St. Ambrose High School, Vaughan helped his team become Scottish Cup Finalists in 2008 and League Champions in 2010.

Jean Gnapi

Position: Goalkeeper Height: 6’1 Class: Freshman Major: Phys. Ed. Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland Previous School: St. Ambrose High School Parents: Tommy and Anne Vaughan Interesting Fact: Played rugby until he was 17

drover competition

Position: Forward Height: 5’10 Class: Freshman Major: Business Hometown: Monterrey, Mexico Previous School: Preparatoria Abierta SEP Parents: Carlos Ulibarri and Fabiola Gomez Interesting Fact: Is a beast at FIFA

men’s history

Conor Vaughan

men

12

2012 drover

Rodrigo Ulibarri

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2011 Statistics

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. 10 Nov. 19 Nov. 29 Nov. 30

Opponent at Lyon College Texas College Texas Wesleyan Bethel University at Friends University at Ottawa University Saint Gregory’s* at Oklahoma Baptist* Oklahoma Christian* v. Lindenwood Mid-America Christian* Wayland Baptist* Lubbock Christian* Rogers State* at John Brown* Southern Nazarene* at Oklahoma City* Wayland Baptist** Oklahoma Baptist** Lubbock Christian** at Missouri Valley College^ v. Azusa Pacific (Calif.)^ v. Hastings (Neb.)^

2011 Team Leaders

Score W/L Record Attend 0-1 L 0-1 100 7-0 W 1-1 150 3-0 W 2-1 132 2-3 L 2-2 123 2-1 W 3-2 100 5-0 W 4-2 100 2-0 W 5-2, 1-0 125 1-0 W 6-2, 2-0 150 5-1 W 7-2, 3-0 165 1-2 L 7-3 125 5-0 W 8-3, 4-0 143 2-1 2OT W 9-3, 5-0 175 2-0 W 10-3, 6-0 230 5-0 W 11-3, 7-0 186 1-0 W 12-3, 8-0 125 1-0 W 13-3, 9-0 214 1-2 L 13-4, 9-1 200 3-1 W 14-4 200 2-1 W 15-4 234 4-0 W 16-4 243 2-0 W 17-4 100 2-1 W 18-4 113 1-3 L 18-5 201

Bold home games; * Sooner Athletic Conference games ** SAC Tournament games; ^ NAIA National Tournament games

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Player GP-GS G A PTS G/SH SH SOG GW PK-ATT Nicolas Alberto 23-17 6 5 17 0.118 51 26 3 0-1 Kris Andrews 21-12 2 2 6 0.125 16 5 1 0-0 Modesto Arostegui 15-0 0 1 1 0.000 9 2 0 0-0 Niall Crick 23-23 6 12 24 0.143 42 17 1 0-0 Breno Figuieredo 3-0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0-0 John Gardner 23-22 1 2 4 0.067 15 4 0 0-0 Jean Gnapi 22-8 4 2 10 0.103 39 14 1 0-0 Tyler Groh 15-2 0 0 0 0.000 4 2 0 0-0 Graham Hunter 20-6 5 4 14 0.217 23 10 0 1-1 Chris Lee 23-23 0 5 5 0.000 3 1 0 0-0 Anthony Nesbit 6-0 0 0 0 0.000 3 0 0 0-0 Kalokwera Okot 18-17 3 3 9 0.107 28 8 1 0-0 Scott Parkinson 21-20 7 2 16 0.184 38 14 2 0-0 Phil Pryor 16-3 0 1 1 0.000 8 3 0 0-0 Dusan Rasovic 17-16 8 3 19 0.205 39 22 1 1-1 Lucas Rasovic 10-8 1 1 3 0.125 8 2 1 0-0 Sam Rimmer 12-5 0 0 0 0.000 2 0 0 0-0 Carlos Rivera 5-0 0 1 1 0.000 0 0 0 0-0 Alex Rubio 16-0 3 1 7 0.429 7 5 0 0-0 Perry Sansford 23-23 12 4 28 0.148 81 40 6 1-1 Pete Sansford 17-2 0 0 0 0.000 4 2 0 0-0 Nat Scott 15-0 1 1 3 0.250 4 2 1 0-0 Sam Shaddick 22-22 0 1 1 0.000 4 1 0 0-0 Arthur Silva 3-1 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0-0 Tyrone Tarbitt 14-0 0 0 0 0.000 7 2 0 0-0 Total 23 59 51 169 0.136 435 182 18 3-4 Player Bryan Byars Ryan Mcentee Total

GP-GS MIN 23-22 1935:06 3-1 145:28 23 2080:34

GA 16 1 17

GAA 0.744 0.619 0.735

SV 67 4 72

PCT W-L SHO 0.807 17-5 10 0.800 1-0 0 0.809 18-5 11

Goals

Perry Sansford Dusan Rasovic Scott Parkinson Nicolas Alberto Niall Crick

12 8 7 6 6

Game-Winning Goals Perry Sansford Nicolas Alberto Scott Parkinson Several players

Assists

Niall Crick NIcolas Alberto Chris Lee Graham Hunter Perry Sansford

Points

Perry Sansford Niall Crick Dusan Rasovic Nicolas Alberto Scott Parkinson

Shots

6 3 2 1

12 5 5 4 4

28 24 19 17 16

Perry Sansford

81

Nicolas Alberto Niall Crick Jean Gnapi Dusan Rasovic

51 42 39 39

Shots on Goal Perry Sansford Nicolas Alberto Dusan Rasovic Niall Crick Jean Gnapi Scott Parkinson

40 26 22 17 14 14

Shooting Percentage (at least three goals)

Alex Rubio Graham Hunter Dusan Rasovic Scott Parkinson Perry Sansford

0.429 0.217 0.205 0.184 0.148


All-Time Results 1998

at Southwestern Oklahoma L, 0-1 John Brown W, 2-0 Columbia University L, 2-5 Oklahoma City W, 4-0 Southern Nazarene W, 1-0 at Texas-Permian Basin W, 6-2 Oklahoma Christian L, 2-3 (OT) Bellevue University W, 2-0 Bethany College L, 1-2 (OT) at Saint Gregory’s L, 0-2 Southwest Adventist L, 0-2 at Oklahoma City* L, 1-6 at Concordia (S.D.) W, 4-0 at Huron (S.D.) W, 2-0 Saint Gregory’s* L, 2-3 Oklahoma Christian* L, 1-2 at Southern Nazarene* L, 0-1 at John Brown* L, 0-2 + Record: 9-9 (1-4)

Opponents ineligible players led to two forfeits

+

8/28 8/31 9/8 9/10 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/24 9/25 10/1 10/2 10/7 10/8 10/12 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/26 10/30 11/2 11/6 11/12

2005 8/30 9/1 9/6 9/10 9/20

at Lyon College (Ark.) L, 0-1 Oklahoma Christian L, 0-3 at Saint Gregory’s W, 2-0 v. Missouri Baptist T, 1-1 (2OT) Bacone College W, 4-0 Friends University W, 3-0 at Bethany College W, 3-1 College of the Southwest W, 3-2 Texas Wesleyan W, 2-0 at William Carey (Miss.) W, 1-0 at Belhaven (Miss.) L, 2-5 at Oklahoma Baptist* W, 2-1 v. TAMU-International L, 1-4 at Oklahoma Christian* W, 2-1 John Brown* L, 2-4 Southern Nazarene* L, 0-3 at Oklahoma City* W, 3-0 Saint Gregory’s* L, 0-2 Saint Gregory’s** W, 3-1 Oklahoma Christian** W, 5-1 at Southern Nazarene** W, 4-3 (3OT) at Southern Nazarene^ L, 1-2 Record: 13-8-1 (3-3) at Northwood University at Oklahoma City at McPherson College at Friends University Saint Gregory's

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

2007 8/24 8/28 8/30 9/4 9/13 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/12 10/16 10/19 10/23 10/26

2008 8/23 8/24 9/5 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/10 10/14 10/18 10/21 10/24 11/1 11/7 11/10 11/13

at Bacone College W, 4-0 Northwood University W, 6-0 at Bethany College (Kan.) W, 13-0 McPherson College (Kan.) W, 5-0 Bethel College (Kan.) W, 3-1 at Saint Gregory’s* W, 3-1 at John Brown* T, 0-0 (2OT) Oklahoma Christian* W, 4-2 at Oklahoma City* T, 1-1 (20T) Southern Nazarene* L, 0-2 at Oklahoma Baptist* W, 1-0 John Brown* W, 5-1 Saint Gregory’s* W, 4-2 at Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-2 Oklahoma City* W, 4-0 at Southern Nazarene* T, 0-0 (2OT) Oklahoma Baptist* W, 3-1 Huston-Tillotson^ W, 4-0 at Oklahoma Christian^ W, 2-1 at Southern Nazarene^ L, 0-2 Record: 14-3-3 (7-2-3) Union (Tenn.) W, 2-1 at Northwood (Texas) W, 5-1 at Tabor (Kan.) W, 8-0 at McPherson (Kan.) L, 0-1 v. Missouri Valley L, 1-3 at MidAmerica Nazarene L, 1-4 Texas Wesleyan W, 3-0 Southern Nazarene* L, 1-2 at Rogers State* L, 0-3 Saint Gregory’s* W, 2-1 at Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-1 Bethel (Tenn.) W, 2-1 (OT) John Brown* W, 6-0 at Oklahoma Baptist* W, 2-1 (OT) at Oklahoma City* L, 1-4 at Oklahoma City** L, 2-3 (2OT) Record: 8-8 (3-4) Huston-Tillotson W, 2-0 at Our Lady of the Lake W, 2-1 Hillsdale College W, 11-0 McPherson College (Kan.) W, 2-0 at Bethel College (Kan.) W, 2-1 Tabor College W, 3-1 at Mid-America Christian* W 7-0 at John Brown* W,1-0 Oklahoma Baptist* T,1-1 at Southern Nazarene* L, 1-2 Oklahoma Christian* W, 2-0 at Saint Gregory’s* W, 1-0 Oklahoma Christian* L, 2-3 Rogers State* W, 5-1 at Bacone College W,15-0 Oklahoma Christian** T, 1-1 at Oklahoma City** W, 2-1 at Southern Nazarene** L, 0-1 Record: 13-3-2 (5-2-1)

8/29 9/4 9/5 9/8 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/26 9/29 10/2 10/6 10/16 10/20 10/24 10/30 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/12 11/21

Hillsdale College W, 16-0 v. Mount Marty College W, 5-3 at Briar Cliff L, 3-4 Huston-Tillotson W, 3-1 Our Lady of the Lake W, 3-2 Bacone College W, 6-0 Texas Wesleyan W, 2-0 at Tabor College W, 4-0 (2OT) at Oklahoma Christian* W, 1-0 Mid-America Christian* W, 3-0 Southern Nazarene* W, 3-1 Saint Gregory’s* W, 4-2 at Rogers State* W, 2-0 John Brown* W, 3-0 at Oklahoma City* T, 1-1 (2OT) at Oklahoma Baptist* W, 5-3 Wayland Baptist* W, 10-0 Rogers State** W, 4-0 Oklahoma City** W, 2-0 at Hastings College^ L, 1-2 Record: 17-2-1 (10-0-1)

2010

9/3 v. Delta State University W, 2-0 9/4 v. Emmanuel College W, 4-0 9/10 Brescia University W, 3-1 9/11 Univ. of Saint Thomas W, 8-2 9/21 at Bethel College (Kan.) W, 3-1 9/24 Tabor College W, 11-0 9/28 Oklahoma City* L, 0-2 10/1 Oklahoma Christian* W, 4-1 10/5 at Mid-America* W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/8 at Southern Nazarene* W, 3-1 10/12 at Oklahoma Baptist* L, 0-1 (2OT) 10/16 Lubbock Christian* W, 4-0 10/19 Saint Gregory’s* W, 7-2 10/23 Rogers State* W, 2-1 (2OT) 10/26 at John Brown* L, 1-2 (OT) 10/29 at Wayland Baptist* W, 4-1 11/5 Oklahoma Christian** W, 5-1 11/8 Oklahoma City** L, 1-2 11/20 at Texas at Brownsville^ W, 3-0 11/29 v. Great Falls (Mont.)^ W, 4-3 (OT) 12/1 v. William Jewell^^ L, 1-3 Record: 16-5 (7-3)

2011

9/3 at Lyon College L, 0-1 9/8 Texas College W, 7-0 9/16 Texas Wesleyan W, 3-0 9/17 Bethel University L, 2-3 9/20 at Friends University W, 2-1 9/23 at Ottawa University W, 5-0 9/27 Saint Gregory’s* W, 2-0 9/30 at Oklahoma Baptist* W, 1-0 10/7 Oklahoma Christian* W, 5-1 10/9 v. Lindenwood L, 1-2 10/10 Mid-America Christian* W, 5-0 10/13 Wayland Baptist* W, 2-1 (2OT) 10/15 Lubbock Christian* W, 2-0 10/18 Rogers State* W, 5-0 10/22 at John Brown* W, 1-0 10/25 Southern Nazarene* W, 1-0 10/28 at Oklahoma City* L, 1-2 11/4 Wayland Baptist** W, 3-1 11/7 Oklahoma Baptist** W, 2-1 11/10 Lubbock Christian** W, 4-0 11/19 at Missouri Valley College^ W, 2-0 11/29 v. Azusa Pacific (Calif.)^ W, 2-1 11/30 v. Hastings (Neb.)^^ L, 1-3 Record: 18-5 (9-1)

*Conference **Conference Tournament ^NAIA Regional/National Tournament ^^NAIA Quarterfinals

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drover competition

8/30 9/5 9/8 9/15 9/18 9/21 9/25 9/28 9/29 10/2 10/4 10/6 10/12 10/13 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/30

2004

8/25 8/31 9/5 9/8 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/23 9/26 9/29 10/3 10/13 10/17 10/20 10/24 10/27 10/31 11/4 11/7 11/10

2009

men’s history

2001

at Southern Nazarene L, 0-2 at Bethany College L, 0-1 v. Huron (S.D.)^ W, 2-1 (2OT) John Brown W, 4-1 Southwest Adventist W, 5-0 at Saint Gregory’s L, 2-3 Oklahoma City W, 2-1 Oklahoma Christian W, 3-2 Saint Gregory’s* L, 0-3 Oklahoma City* L, 1-2 (OT) Southwest Adventist W, 8-1 v. Friends University W, 1-0 at Oklahoma Christian* W, 3-1 Southern Nazarene* L, 0-3 Record: 8-6 (1-3)

at Texas Wesleyan L, 2-5 at Southwestern Oklahoma W, 3-2 at College of the Southwest W, 2-1 at Texas-Permian Basin W, 3-1 at Mary Hardin-Baylor W, 1-0 Bethel College W, 9-0 Robert Morris (Ill.) W, 4-0 Bethany College W, 3-0 at Oklahoma Christian L, 0-1 Northwood University W, 2-0 Bacone College W, 2-0 Saint Gregory’s W, 2-0 Lyon College (Ark.) W, 3-0 Texas-Permian Basin W, 4-3 (OT) at Saint Gregory’s* L, 0-4 at Southern Nazarene* W, 3-2 (OT) at John Brown* L, 1-3 Oklahoma Christian* L, 0-1 (OT) Oklahoma City* W, 3-0 at Saint Gregory’s** W, 2-1 (OT) John Brown** W, 1-0 Southern Nazarene** W, 5-4 (3OT) John Brown^ L, 1-2 Record: 17-6 (2-3)

2006

Bethany College W, 8-1 TAMU-International W, 2-1 Bacone College W, 8-1 Oklahoma Baptist* L, 1-2 (OT) Southern Nazarene* L, 0-1 at John Brown* W, 2-1 at Texas Wesleyan T, 3-3 (2OT) Oklahoma Christian* W, 4-1 Oklahoma City* W, 3-2 at Saint Gregory's* W, 6-1 Oklahoma Christian** W, 1-0 (3OT) at Oklahoma Baptist** W, 1-0 (OT) Oklahoma City** W, 1-0 v. Oklahoma Baptist^ L, 0-1 Record: 14-4-1 (4-2)

men

9/19 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/28 9/30 10/7 10/10 10/12 10/18 10/19 10/20 10/24 10/26

8/23 8/28 9/6 9/7 9/10 9/13 9/14 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/27 9/30 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/9 10/15 10/21 10/25 11/1 11/4 11/8 11/14

9/23 9/24 9/27 10/4 10/6 10/11 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/25 10/29 11/1 11/5 11/11

2012 drover

2000

2003

Southwestern Oklahoma L, 0-2 Sioux Falls W, 4-1 at Northeastern State W, 2-1 at Bethany College L, 0-1 at Bethel College W, 4-0 at Missouri Valley L, 3-4 at Columbia College L, 2-3 Northwood University L, 2-3 Bacone College W, 4-1 John Brown* W, 2-1 (OT) at Newman University L, 0-2 Southwestern College W, 11-0 Oklahoma Christian* W, 2-1 (OT) Southern Nazarene* W, 3-0 at Oklahoma City* L, 2-3 at Oklahoma Christian* T, 2-2 (2OT) Saint Gregory’s* T, 1-1 (2OT) Southern Nazarene** W, 3-2 (OT) John Brown** L, 1-4 Record: 9-8-2 (2-1-2)

women’s history

at Oklahoma City L, 1-5 Tabor College L, 1-2 Southern Nazarene W, 3-0 UT-Permian Basin* W, 2-0 at Saint Gregory’s W, 1-0 Friends University W, 5-2 McPherson College W, 5-1 Southwestern Oklahoma W, 2-1 Southwestern College W, 2-0 Bethany College L, 1-2 Oklahoma City L, 4-6 at Southwestern Oklahoma L, 4-5 SW Assemblies of God* W, 1-0 Oklahoma Christian L, 1-2 at Jarvis Christian* W, 10-0 at Wiley College* W, 4-0 Saint Gregory’s W, 4-3 Huston-Tillotson* W, 4-0 Southwest Adventist* W, 6-0 at Northwood University* W, 1-0 Record: 14-6 (7-0)

8/30 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/17 9/19 9/20 9/27 9/28 10/2 10/4 10/5 10/8 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/25 11/5 11/9

women

9/4 9/11 9/14 9/18 9/19 9/24 9/25 9/28 10/2 10/3 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/14 10/16 10/17 10/20 10/23 10/25 10/30

2002

2012 drover

1999

Huston-Tillotson L, 2-3 (OT) Dallas Baptist W, 6-2 at Tabor College W, 4-0 Saint Gregory’s L, 1-2 at Oklahoma City L, 1-6 at Southern Nazarene W, 3-2 (OT) Mid-America Bible W, 14-1 at Southwestern College W, 9-0 at Bethany College (Kan.) W, 3-1 Williams Baptist College W, 3-1 at Sterling College W, 2-0 Southwestern College (Kan.) W, 4-1 Oklahoma City L, 2-3 at Hendrix College (Ark.) W, 3-0 at Oklahoma Christian W, 3-1 at Saint Gregory’s L, 0-1 Record: 11-5

university overview

9/12 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/28 10/2 10/12 10/15 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/25 10/29 10/31


Individual Records Single-Season 24 21 18 18 17

David Otieno Boniface Oballa Adam Day Kyle Kester NeNe Coulibally

2009 1999 2005 1998 2003

Assists

22 19 17 16 15

Mark Chaney Niall Crick Kyle Kester Adam Day Kyle Kester

1999 2009 1999 2005 1998

Points 57 52 51 46 45

David Otieno Adam Day Kyle Kester Boniface Oballa Mark Chaney

2009 2005 1998 1999 1998

Game-Winning Goals 7 6 6 4 3

David Otieno Perry Sansford NeNe Coulibally Mark Chaney Mutliple players

Multiple-Goal Games 7 6 6

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Boniface Oballa Nikola Cakarevic David Otieno

2009 2011 2003 1999

5 5 5

Adam Day NeNe Coulibally Kyle Kester

2005 2003 1998

Goals Against Average 0.43 0.61 0.66 0.74 0.74

Shane Flanagan Ryan Mcentee Ricardo Moreira Bryan Byars Ryan Mcentee

Saves 202 121 106

Alexis Vizarelis Elliott Ballmann Elliott Ballmann

1998 2002 2003

Wins 17 17 15 14 14

Bryan Byars Elliott Ballmann Ryan Mcentee Ryan Mcentee Shane Flanagan

2011 2003 2010 2009 2006

Shutouts

10 9 9 7 7

2005 2011 2008 2011 2009

Bryan Byars Ryan Mcentee Shane Flanagan Elliott Ballmann Alexis Vizarelis

2011 2009 2006 2003 1999

1999 2010 2009

Career Records Goals

49 44 38 35 32 32

Boniface Oballa Nikola Cakarevic NeNe Coulibally Kyle Kester Adam Day Tommy Hubbard

Assists

46 43 43 35

Adam Day Niall Crick Kyle Kester Mark Chaney

Points

113 111 110 109 89

Kyle Kester Boniface Oballa Adam Day Nikola Cakarevic Niall Crick

1999-02 2007-10 2002-06 1998-99 2003-06 2003-06 2003-06 2008-11 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1999-02 2003-06 2007-10 2008-11

Game-Winning Goals 15 11 9 7

NeNe Coulibally Nikola Cakarevic Boniface Oballa David Otieno

2002-06 2007-10 1999-02 2009-10

Multiple-Goal Games 11 11 11 9 8

Nikola Cakarevic NeNe Coulibally Boniface Oballa Kyle Kester Adam Day

2007-10 2002-06 1999-02 1998-99 2003-06

Hat Tricks

4 3 2 2 2 2

Boniface Oballa Adam Day Nikola Cakarevic David Otieno Tommy Hubbard Rafael de Silva

1999-02 2003-06 2007-10 2009-10 2003-06 2005-06

Goals Against Average 0.61 0.79 0.94 1.41 1.47

(two seasons minimum)

Shane Flanagan Ricardo Moreira Ryan Mcentee Alexis Vizarelis Elliott Ballmann

Saves 453 354 125 114

Alexis Vizarelis Elliott Ballmann Shane Flanagan Corey Allen

Wins 45 44 30 21

Elliott Ballmann Alexis Vizarelis Ryan Mcentee Shane Flanagan

Shutouts

21 15 14 13

Alexis Vizarelis Elliott Ballmann Shane Flanagan Ryan Mcentee

Phil Pryor

Goals

2005-06 2008-09 2009-11 1998-01 2002-05 1998-01 2002-05 2005-06 1998-00

Game Records Goals 5 5 4 4 3

Nikola Cakarevic v. Tabor College Nikola Cakarevic v. Bacone College David Otieno v. Hillsdale College David Otieno v. Mount Marty Multiple players

Assists 5 4 4 4 4

Niall Crick v. Hillsdale College David Otieno v. Tabor College Mark Chaney v. Jarvis Christian Kyle Kester v. Dallas Baptist Mark Chaney v. Mid-America Bible

Points 2002-05 1998-01 2009-11 2005-06 1998-01 2002-05 2005-06 2009-11

12 11 10 9 8

Nikola Cakarevic v. Bacone College Nikola Cakarevic v. Tabor College David Otieno v. Hillsdale College Niall Crick v. Hillsdale College Multiple players

Saves 19 18 17 16

Shane Flanagan v. John Brown Alexis Vizarelis v. Dallas Baptist Alexis Vizarelis v. Southern Nazarene Elliott Ballmann v. Missouri Valley

2010 2008 2009 2009

2009 2010 1999 1998 1998 2008 2010 2009 2009

2005 1998 2000 2002


Team Records

Game Records Goals

v. Hillsdale College v. Bacone College v. Mid-America Bible v. Bethany (Kan.) v. Tabor College v. Hillsdale College v. Southwestern (Kan.)

Margin of Victory

Assists

14 14 11 11 9

v. Hillsdale College v. Bacone College v. Bethany (Kan.) v. Southwestern (Kan.) v. Bacone College

46 32 30 30 28

v. Bacone College v. Tabor (Kan.) v. Hillsdale College v. Northwood (Texas) v. Hillsdale College

Goals Against 6 6 6

v. Oklahoma City v. Oklahoma City v. Oklahoma City v. John Brown v. Missouri Valley v. Columbia College

2001 1999 1998 2005 2002 2002

0.85 2009 0.782 2011 0.762 2010 0.739 2003 0.737 2005

Fewest Losses

2 2009 3 2008 3 2006 4 2005 5 2011 5 2010 5 1998

Shutouts

12 2009 11 2011 10 2003 9 2006 7 2008

Most Losses

9 2001 8 2007

Fewest Wins

8 2007 8 2000 9 2002 9 2001

Worst Winning Percentage

0.474 2002 0.500 2007 0.500 2001 0.591 2004

Goals

81 2009 71 2010 62 2006 61 1999 60 2008

Assists

70 2009 51 2011 50 2010 47 2005 45 2006

199 2010 187 2003 182 2011

Points

232 2009 192 2010 169 2011 169 2006 158 2003

Most Goals Allowed

32 2004 32 2002 30 2003

Fewest Goals Allowed

13 2011 13 2008 16 2006 17 2009 17 2005

Goals Against Average

0.74 2011 0.78 2006 0.95 2009 1.02 2005 1.10 2010

Shots on Goal

227 2008 211 2009

2011 SAC Champs

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men

20 20 15

2008 2007 2009 2007 2008

Best Winning Percentage

8 2004 8 2002 6 2003 6 2000 6 1999

2012 drover

Shots on Goal Against

2009 2008 2006 2002 2005

18 2011 17 2009 17 2003 16 2010 14 2006 14 2005 14 1999

women’s history

Shots on Goal

2009 2008 2006 1998 2010 2008 2002

Wins

women

v. Hillsdale College (16-0) v. Bacone College (15-0) v. Bethany (Kan.) (13-0) v. Mid-America Bible (14-1) v. Tabor College (11-0) v. Hillsdale College (11-0) v. Southwestern (Kan.) (11-0)

Season Records

2012 drover

16 15 13 13 11 11 11

2009 2008 1998 2006 2010 2008 2002

university overview

16 15 14 13 11 11 11

men’s history drover competition


Mascot/Nickname.............................Bison School Colors.....................Green and gold Location........................... Shawnee, Okla. Enrollment....................................... 1,700 Men’s Head Coach................ Brent Coates Women’s Head Coach..............Mike White 2011 Men’s Record............ 10-9-1 (5-4-1) 2011 Women’s Record....... 7-10-2 (6-3-2) Men v. USAO.................................... 4-7-1 Women v. USAO............................... 6-2-2 Soccer Program Founded.................. 2004 Website..................... www.obubison.com Sports Information.......................Ray Fink SID Phone Number...........(405) 585-5304

Home: Sept. 27, 2012 Mascot/Nickname.......................Cavaliers School Colors................ Navy blue and red Location........................... Shawnee, Okla. Enrollment.......................................... 800 Men’s Head Coach............Andrew Rundell Women’s Head Coach........... Tommy Riley 2011 Men’s Record............ 3-11-3 (0-8-2) 2011 Women’s Record............ 1-17 (0-11) Men v. USAO.................................. 7-15-1 Women v. USAO............................. 9-10-2 Soccer Program Founded.................. 1997 Website................ www.sgucavaliers.com Sports Information..................Brad Collins SID Phone Number...........(405) 878-5375

Mascot/Nickname.................... Chaparrals School Colors.............. Blue, white and red Location........................... Lubbock, Texas Enrollment....................................... 2,000 Men’s Head Coach....................Kyle Beard Women’s Head Coach...........Alex Denning 2011 Men’s Record............ 14-4-3 (6-2-2) 2011 Women’s Record....... 5-10-2 (3-6-2) Men v. USAO........................................0-3 Women v. USAO...................................0-2 Soccer Program Founded.................. 2010 Website......................www.lcuchaps.com Sports Information..................... Chris Due SID Phone Number...........(806) 720-7283

Mid-America Christian

Lubbock Christian

Away: Oct. 25, 2012

Home: Oct. 9, 2012 Mascot/Nickname....................... Evangels School Colors............Red, black and white Location.............................Oklahoma City Enrollment....................................... 1,180 Men’s Head Coach................ Evan Dresel* Women’s Head Coach.............. Zach Bice* 2011 Men’s Record............ 2-12-2 (0-8-2) 2011 Women’s Record....... 12-7-1 (6-4-1) Men v. USAO........................................0-5 Women v. USAO...................................1-4 Soccer Program Founded.................. 2006 Website..............www.macuatheltics.com Sports Information................. Levi Convirs SID Phone Number...........(405) 692-3140

* co-coaches of both programs

Away: Oct. 12, 2012

Home: Oct. 2, 2012

Mascot/Nickname............................. Stars School Colors............Royal blue and white Location.............................Oklahoma City Enrollment....................................... 3,770 Men’s Head Coach................ Brian Harvey Women’s Head Coach........... Brian Harvey 2011 Men’s Record.............. 7-6-4 (5-3-2) 2011 Women’s Record..... 17-3-2 (10-0-1) Men v. USAO.................................. 13-9-2 Women v. USAO............................. 19-6-1 Soccer Program Founded.................. 1986 Website.................... www.ocusports.com Sports Information............... Rich Tortorelli SID Phone Number...........(405) 208-5304

Mascot/Nickname..........................Hillcats School Colors................ Navy blue and red Location..........................Claremore, Okla. Enrollment....................................... 4,667 Men’s Head Coach................ Derek Larkin Women’s Head Coach........... Derek Larkin 2011 Men’s Record............ 11-8-1 (5-4-1) 2011 Women’s Record....... 10-7-3 (6-4-1) Men v. USAO........................................1-4 Women v. USAO...................................3-2 Soccer Program Founded.................. 2007 Website....................www.rsuhillcats.com Sports Information............... Sara Williams SID Phone Number...........(918) 343-7989

Away: Oct. 27, 2012 Mascot/Nickname........................Pioneers School Colors.......................Blue and gold Location.......................... Plainview, Texas Enrollment....................................... 1,600 Men’s Head Coach.......... Jamath Shoffner Women’s Head Coach........... Shiloh Posey 2011 Men’s Record.............. 7-9-3 (4-5-1) 2011 Women’s Record....... 6-10-2 (1-8-2) Men v. USAO........................................0-4 Women v. USAO...................................1-8 Soccer Program Founded.................. 2007 Website................www.wbuathletics.com Sports Information..................Kevin Lewis SID Phone Number...........(806) 291-3805

Rogers State

Home: Oct. 16, 2012

Oklahoma City

Mascot/Nickname............... Golden Eagles School Colors..............Royal blue and gold Location.................... Siloam Springs, Ark. Enrollment....................................... 2,100 Men’s Head Coach............ John Miglarese Women’s Head Coach.....Scott Marksberry 2011 Men’s Record.............. 8-9-2 (5-3-2) 2011 Women’s Record.............8-8-2 (6-5) Men v. USAO.................................. 6-10-1 Women v. USAO...................................9-4 Soccer Program Founded........ 1978, 2002 Website................. www.jbu.edu/athletics Sports Information.............. Nick Robinson SID Phone Number...........(479) 524-7304

Wayland Baptist

Saint Gregory’s

46

Oklahoma Baptist

John Brown

Away: Oct. 6, 2012


SAC Competition

Preseason Top 25

School Oklahoma City (7) Science and Arts (2) Oklahoma Baptist John Brown Rogers State Mid-America Christian Lubbock Christian Wayland Baptist Saint Gregory’s

Pts. 63 58 45 40 37 34 24 14 9

2011 SAC 2011 Overall 10-0-1 17-3-2 7-4 15-6 6-3-2 7-10-2 6-5 8-8-2 6-4-1 10-7-3 6-4-1 12-7-1 3-6-2 5-10-2 1-8-2 6-10-2 0-11 1-17

2012 Men’s Preseason Poll Pts. 64 52 48 40 39 34 21 13 13

2011 SAC 2011 Overall 9-1 18-5 5-3-2 7-6-4 5-4-1 10-9-1 6-2-2 14-4-3 5-3-2 8-9-2 5-4-1 11-8-1 4-5-1 7-9-3 0-8-2 2-12-2 0-8-2 3-11-3

47

men

2012 drover

men’s history drover competition

Alex Rubio

School Science and Arts (8) Oklahoma City Oklahoma Baptist (1) Lubbock Christian John Brown Rogers State Wayland Baptist Mid-America Christian Saint Gregory’s

women’s history

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

women

Pl. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2012 drover

Men 2011 Record 1 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) (19) 23-0-0 2 Baker (Kan.) 20-2-1 3 Southern Poly (Ga.) 17-3-2 4 Rio Grande (Ohio) 19-3-0 5 William Carey (Miss.) 16-4-3 6 Grand View (Iowa) 18-3-2 7 Science & Arts (Okla.) 18-5-0 8 Hannibal-LaGrange (Mo.) 16-5-1 9 Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) 12-5-4 10 Missouri Valley 14-3-1 11 Bethel (Tenn.) 14-3-2 12 Mobile (Ala.) 16-3-1 13 Huston-Tillotson (Texas) 18-3-1 14 Biola (Calif.) 13-5-3 15 Kansas Wesleyan 17-4-0 16 Concordia (Ore.) 16-2-1 17 Belhaven (Miss.) 16-5-0 18 Concordia (Calif.) 14-4-1 19 Benedictine (Kan.) 15-3-0 20 Taylor (Ind.) 19-2-1 21 Great Falls (Mont.) 16-5-0 22 Columbia (Mo.) 15-3-1 23 Oklahoma Wesleyan 14-5-2 24 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 13-5-2 25 Saint Xavier (Ill.) 14-9-0 Others receiving votes: Mount Mercy (Iowa) 100; Vanguard (Calif.) 83; MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 52; Ashford (Iowa) 51; Texas at Brownsville 50; Menlo (Calif.) 38; The Master’s (Calif.) 34; Thomas (Ga.) 24; Tennessee Wesleyan 20; Lubbock Christian (Texas) 15; Cumberlands (Ky.) 14; Robert Morris (Ill.) 7; McPherson (Kan.) 4; Oklahoma Baptist 3.

2012 Women’s Preseason Poll

university overview

Women 2011 Record 1 Lee (Tenn.) (20) 23-2-0 2 Concordia (Ore.) 19-5-1 3 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 19-1-2 4 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 18-3-1 5 Mobile (Ala.) 19-4-1 6 Baker (Kan.) 15-3-2 7 Martin Methodist (Tenn.) 14-2-2 8 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) 17-3-2 9 Westmont (Calif.) 13-6-1 10 Spring Arbor (Mich.) 19-3-1 11 Oklahoma City 17-3-2 12 Hastings (Neb.) 19-3-1 13 Cal State San Marcos 15-4-1 14 Judson (Ill.) 16-3-2 15 Northwood (Fla.) 15-3-1 T16 Trinity Christian (Ill.) 16-4-2 T16 Graceland (Iowa) 10-7-4 18 Concordia (Calif.) 13-5-2 19 Robert Morris (Ill.) 14-5-2 20 Bellevue (Neb.) 14-2-3 21 Texas at Brownsville 17-3-1 22 Westminster (Utah) 12-7-2 23 Kansas Wesleyan 16-2-2 24 Science & Arts (Okla.) 15-6-0 25 Carroll (Mont.) 12-4-2 Others receiving votes: Siena Heights (Mich.) 90; Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) 85; St. Ambrose (Iowa) 78; William Carey (Miss.) 46; Southern Oregon 31; Ottawa (Kan.) 19; Grand View (Iowa) 15; Biola (Calif.) 11; Northwest (Wash.) 10; Reinhardt (Ga.) 9; Brenau (Ga.) 7; Ashford (Iowa) 7; Oklahoma Wesleyan 4; Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) 3; Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 3; St. Thomas (Fla.) 3; Aquinas (Mich.) 3.



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