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USC AIKEN WOMEN’S SOCCER

Caroline Gillespie

Ella McDaniels

Table of Contents ...............................................................3 USC Aiken...........................................................................4 Peach Belt Conference.......................................................5 Chancellor/Athletic Director............................................6 Administration...................................................................7 Support Staff........................................................................8 Pacer Pit...............................................................................9 2013 Season Preview..................................................10, 11 2013 Schedule...................................................................11 2013 Roster........................................................................12 2013 Roster Breakdown...................................................13 Head Coach Sue Vodicka..........................................14, 15 Alli Edens..........................................................................16 Joi Chrishon......................................................................17 Aubrey Danielson.............................................................18 Kyle Maguire.....................................................................19 Melissa Westphal..............................................................20 Deirdre Ball/Kim Beyer...................................................21 Caroline Gillespie/Ella McDaniels.................................22 Haley Pipkin/Jenna Beauregard.....................................23 Akeyla Furbert/Taylor Simmons....................................24 Megan Smits/Olivia Stiltner............................................25 Heaven Tylee/Hannah Allison........................................26 Cyndle McGuinness/Hazel Kelley..................................27 Emily May.........................................................................28 2012 Statistics....................................................................29 2012 Peach Belt Standings...............................................30 All-Time Opponents........................................................30 2013 Opponents................................................................31 Year-by-Year Results........................................................32 Year-by-Year Results........................................................33 Record Book/Honors.......................................................34

The 2013 women’s soccer media guide is a publication of the USC Aiken sports information office. It was written by Brent C. Hager with assistance from Brian Hand and Mike Kucharski. It was edited by Hager. Photography by Scott Webster and CSI Photography. Design by Hager. Cover design by Jackie Paquette. A special thanks to head coach Sue Vodicka for her assistance with the publication.

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THIS IS USC AIKEN The University of South Carolina Aiken was chartered in 1961 after entering into an agreement with the University of South Carolina to establish a two-year center in Aiken. The Aiken Center opened its doors in September 1961 to 139 students. Temporarily housed in Banksia, a renovated mansion in Aiken, the Center consisted of three full-time faculty members (one of whom served as Director of the Center). In 1968, the Center underwent an institutional self-study and was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as a branch of the University of South Carolina and as a junior college. The first associate degrees were awarded in June 1968. The campus of USC Aiken moved from Banksia to its present site in 1972 and physical changes began to occur rapidly. At first, the permanent campus consisted of 100 acres and one multipurpose building which housed all university operations. A library was completed in 1975, and additional land was donated that increased the campus to 144 acres. In October 1977, the Student Activities Center was opened. A classroom building was occupied in 1978, and one year later, an auxiliary services building was added. An apartment complex for students, Pacer Downs, was ready for occupancy in the fall of 1984. More construction additions to the campus included completion of the Etherredge Center, Ruth Patrick Science Education Center, the Business and Education Building, and the Alan B. Miller Nursing Building. Additional land was acquired increasing the campus to 400 acres. Academic and organizational changes also occurred rapidly. The faculty formalized its organizational structure and redefined its role in the governance of the institution in 1974-75. Also, the students reorganized their governing body and more precisely defined their role on campus; the administration and staff structures were overhauled and expanded to meet the demands of the growing academic programs. When the full-time equivalent student enrollment reached 1,066 in the fall of 1975, the USC Aiken campus was permitted to plan for senior level courses and to create a number of

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baccalaureate degree programs. In that same year, USCA received approval as a four-year branch campus by the Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina, and USCA was designated a Recognized Candidate for Senior College Accreditation. In September 1976, the Board of Trustees granted academic autonomy to the Aiken Campus. The first bachelor’s degrees were granted in May 1977, and USCA became a fully accredited senior college. Presently, the college community is comprised of more than 3,200 students, over 100 full-time faculty, approximately 110 staff members, and 28 administrators. USCA awards bachelor’s degrees in more than 20 major areas of study, master’s degrees in two areas, and offers a varied program of continuing education courses for the wider community. Today USC Aiken offers students a liberal education designed to develop an understanding of human experience which will equip them for life in a free society. To accomplish this, the University provides students with an opportunity to discover learning processes which enable them to grow personally and socially. It promotes students’ interaction within a community of active scholars and artists, and it encourages students to use the knowledge which they gain to deal with the problems of a rapidly changing world.


PEACH BELT CONFERENCE Vision Statement: The Peach Belt Conference is committed to providing through its dependent collegiate members, a forum for student participation in athletic, academic and co-curricular events under the auspices of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division II. We will exemplify the characteristics of a premier intercollegiate conference that prides itself on the inclusion of students of all demographic groups who wish to participate in a well-rounded sports program. Our institutions, our academic goals, our athletic aspirations reflect a communality of purpose and a commitment to excellence in the classroom and on the playing field. History: Entering its 23rd year of existence in 2012-13, the Peach Belt Conference has cemented its status as one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 32 national championships and 28 national finalists. Starting with only two championships in 1991, men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 15 championship sports with the addition of men’s and women’s track and field in the spring of 2013. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others, formed the Peach Belt and began play in fall 1990. The Peach Belt was less than a year old before capturing a national championship. The Columbus State golf team took the honor by winning the 1992 national crown, the first of three golf championships the Cougars own. One year later, the Lander men’s tennis team began their record-breaking run of eight straight national titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA men’s golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06.

Dave Brunk Commissioner

Ken Gerlinger Assistant Commmissioner

The PBC is in the midst of another dynasty as the Armstrong men’s and women’s tennis teams captured the 31st and 32nd national championships for the conference last year. The Pirates have won four women’s and three men’s national championships since 2008. Armstrong’s achievement was the highlight to one of the most successful seasons in league history. Peach Belt teams advanced to the national championship round of competition in 10 of our 13 sports. The Armstrong women’s soccer team reached the Final Four while the Flagler volleyball team went to the Elite Eight. The Montevallo men’s basketball team played in the National Championship game while the Lander women’s team reached the Elite Eight. The Flagler softball team reached the world series while the Georgia College and USC Aiken men’s golf teams reached the final eight match play at the National Championships. In all, 59 Peach Belt teams made appearances in the NCAA postseason, including seven men’s tennis teams and six each in the sports of men’s golf and women’s tennis. The seven charter members of the conference were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion University, Georgia College & State University, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC Upstate. The name Peach Belt Athletic Conference was adopted in January of 1990 and modified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000. Augusta State joined the conference in 1991 and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, Clayton State University on July 1, 1995 and the University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. Kennesaw State and North Florida departed for the Division I ranks in 2005, USC Upstate did the same in 2007, and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern State University in 2006. In 2009-10, the Peach Belt added Montevallo and Flagler. For the 2012-13 season, the league is expanding once again with the addition of Young Harris College, giving the Peach Belt 14 members for the first time in its history. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC commissioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged with continuing the strong growth of the conference as its second era begins. Dr. Fred Carter, president of Francis Marion University, begins his two-year term as president of the Peach Belt this year. The conference currently holds championships in 14 sports, six for men and eight for women. They are men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf and women’s track and field.

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USC AIKEN ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Sandra Jordan Chancellor Second Year Sandra J. Jordan, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Georgia College & State University, was named chancellor of the University of South Carolina Aiken in 2012. Jordan became the fourth chancellor of USC Aiken, succeeding Thomas L. Hallman who retired after 12 years in the position. “I am tremendously honored and humbled by this opportunity to serve the campus, community and the University of South Carolina system,” Jordan said. “USC Aiken’s mission, unwavering dedication to student success and vibrant partnerships with the community, make this an exceptional and exciting position. I am thrilled to accept this invitation to join the Pacers during this pivotal time in the history of the institution and I look forward to working closely with President Pastides, the USC Aiken faculty, staff and students as well as our alumni and friends to build upon the successes that defined this university’s first 50 years.”

Jordan’s appointment marks a return to the state where her higher education career began. From 1986-1989, she was an assistant professor of art history at Lander University and director of the Monsanto Gallery of Art. Jordan earned her bachelor’s degree in art from the University of Alabama, and her doctorate in art history from the University of Georgia. She has also attended the Management Development Program at Harvard University’s Institute for Higher Education, the 21st Century Leadership Institute and was a summer fellow at Vanderbilt University’s Institute for Higher Education Management. A student of leadership, she is often asked to mentor new leaders at the state and national level. Jordan has been married for 30 years to Michael Jordan, an architect and graduate of Clemson University. They have a son, Matthew, who is a graduate student at the University of Alabama.

Randy Warrick Director of Athletics 27th Year Randy Warrick is in his 27th year as Director of Athletics at the University of South Carolina Aiken. He was hired at USCA in 1978 as head baseball coach and intramural director and has served many different duties during his tenure. While coaching baseball for 11 years, Warrick also served as an assistant basketball coach during the 1978-79 season and acting golf coach in 1989-90. As baseball coach, Warrick compiled a 392-146 record, while earning various coaching awards. In 1986 his team advanced to the College World Series, the highlight of his coaching career. Warrick was born in Rocky Mount, N.C. and attended Rocky Mount High School. He was an All-Conference player in football, basketball and baseball. Upon graduation from high school, Warrick went to Louisburg Junior College where he played baseball for two years.

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In 1975, Warrick earned his Associate of Arts degree from Louisburg and was drafted by the Kansas City Royals, but decided to stay in school. Warrick then moved on to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received a two-year baseball scholarship. While at North Carolina he earned Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic honors two straight years. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education in 1977 and then his Master of Arts in Teaching in 1978. While earning his master’s degree, he served as a graduate assistant baseball coach. In the same season, the team advanced to the College World Series. Warrick is a member of the College Athletic Management’s Editorial Board, PBC Awards Committee, NCAA Division II AD’s Association Board of Directors, Greater Augusta Sports Council Board, and is the most recent past chairman of the NCAA Division II National Golf Committee. Warrick is married to Martha Blankenship Warrick of Augusta, Ga. They have one son, Tripp, who recently graduated from USC Aiken. The Warrick family resides in North Augusta, S.C.


USC AIKEN ADMINISTRATION Tim Hall Associate Athletic Director 23rd Year Tim Hall is in his 23rd year as a member of the USC Aiken athletic department. Hall first joined the program in 1990 as a graduate assistant. In 1993 he was hired on as the university’s full-time NCAA Compliance Coordinator. In August 1997, the Batesburg-Leesville native was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director. In September 2003, Hall was promoted again, this time to the position of Associate Athletic Director for Administration and External Services. In this role, Hall oversees NCAA compliance and academic support. In addition, he assists with home game administration and fundraising. A 1990 graduate of the University of South Carolina, Hall received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Administration. In 1992, he earned a Master’s in Student Personnel Services from USC as well. In his time at USC Aiken, Hall has been on a number of campus committees including the first year academic advisor program and the enrollment management action team in the strategic planning process. Hall is married to the former Jenny Fulmer and they have three sons, Jordan, Ethan and Wyatt.

Angie Osbon Assistant Athletic Director/SWA 14th Year Angie Osbon is in her 14th year as a member of the USC Aiken athletic department. Osbon became the department’s business manager in 1999. Through the years she has earned a number of other titles, including Senior Woman Administrator, Student Athlete Advisory Committee Advisor and Cheerleading, Mascot and Dance Team Director. In 2007, Osbon received the Outstanding Committment to Student Development Award from the Office of Student Life. In September 2003, the Aiken, S.C., native was promoted to the position of Assistant Athletic Director for Business and Student Services. Osbon earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from USC Aiken in 1992. In 1996, Osbon received her Master’s in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina. In 2002, Osbon was named student organization advisor of the year and was selected to the Who’s Who Among Cheerleading Coaches. In addition, she has been a member of the first year academic advisor program and a staff facilitator for orientation. The former Angie Mathis is married to Rick Osbon and they have three children, Reagan, Gemma and Sterling.

Brent C. Hager

Brandon Aiken

Assistant Athletic Director 1st Year

Assistant Athletic Director 14th Year

Brent C. Hager is in his first year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Communications/Sports Information Director at USC Aiken. Hager comes to USC Aiken after serving as the Associate Commissioner for External Affairs at the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference where he handled the promotion of all 16 sports. During his time at the WVIAC Hager featured the league’s only two Division II National Champions and a National Player of the Year. In addition, he ran multiple championships and redesigned the WVIAC web site. Prior to the WVIAC, Hager spent two years as the Director of Sports Information and Game Operations at Presbyterian College. He was the primary contact for football, volleyball, men’s basketball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse and men’s and women’s tennis. Hager spent two and a half years at Gardner-Webb as the Assistant Sports Information Director. He handled 13 sports throughout his time with the Bulldogs. He also spent two years at Virginia Tech as an intern in the sports information office. Hager got his start at UNC-Pembroke in 2002. After being hired as the Assistant Sports Information Director, he was promoted to the Interim Sports Information Director Position five months later. The Tallahassee, Fla., native attended Wingate University where he received a bachelors of science degree in business administration and sport management. He earned an MBA at UNC-Pembroke in 2004.

Brandon Aiken is in his 14th year as head athletic trainer and 16th overall at USC Aiken. Aiken, a native of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., joined the USC Aiken training staff in 1997 as a graduate assistant. He served in that capacity for three years until stepping into the head position in 2000. He was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine prior to the 2009-10 athletic year. A 1997 graduate of Saint Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, N.C., Aiken received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine. Aiken is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Aiken also served as assistant and head athletic trainer at Hitchcock Rehabilitation Center in Aiken, S.C., for more than three years. At Hitchcock, he worked with high school, college, and professional athletes as well as general outpatient rehabilitation. Aiken guided the USC Aiken athletic training staff to back-to-back (2007-08 and 2008-09) Peach Belt Conference Athletic Training Staff of the Year awards. Aiken, who resides in Graniteville, is married to Malinda and the couple has a son, Liam.

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SOCCER SUPPORT STAFF Joe Kucharski

Voice Of The Pacers 12thYear Joe Kucharski is in his 12th year as the “Voice of the Pacers.” A native of St. Louis, Mo., Kucharski graduated from St. Louis University in 1977. While at SLU, he provided statistics and analysis for the Billiken hockey and softball teams. Kucharski completed his graduate studies at the University of Utah, where he bowled for the Utes in the Inter-Mountain Collegiate Conference. He briefly held the record for the highest three-game series ever bowled in Salt Lake City. He has bowled a 300 game and is a member of the Bowling Hall of Fame. Kucharski and his family moved from New Jersey to Aiken in 1994. He works in operations for GlaxoSmithKline in Aiken. When not at USC Aiken sporting events, Kucharski enjoys playing golf and heads the chain gang for Schofield football.

Billie Murphy

Administrative Assistant 7th Year Billie Murphy was hired April 2006 as Administrative Specialist to the Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and transferred to the Department of Athletics in September of 2008. Murphy is a native of Aiken County and a 1971 graduate of North Augusta High School. She moved to Dallas, Texas after graduation and returned to this area in 1983. Prior to joining the staff at USCA she was employed by the Medical College of Georgia - Department of Neurology as an EEG Technician with the Comprehensive Epilepsy Evaluation Program. She spent several years as the EEG Surgical Technician and Research Assistant before joining the Department of Medicine working in clinical and outcomes research. Murphy actively volunteers for campus functions such as student orientation, parent activities in the USCA Library during student orientation, SEED (Science Education Enrichment Day), Family Fund, United Way. She has also served as Chair for the Enrichment Committee and served on the Nominating Committee and most recently developed the CEA Book Club for the USC Aiken campus. Prior to joining the Athletic Department she did extensive volunteering for the Peach Belt Conference Tournaments for basketball and baseball. Murphy is responsible for the daily administrative duties in the athletic department, overseeing and recruiting volunteers for special events and tickets for all home games.

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Kirk Richardson

Assistant Athletic Trainer 2nd Year Kirk Richardson was named the Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of South Carolina Aiken in August of 2012. Richardson comes to USC Aiken after spending a year in the Washington Nationals organization. During his time with the Gulf Coast League Nationals in Viera, Fla., Richardson helped with the overall care of athletes and the prevention of injury. Prior to joining the GCL Nationals in May of 2011, Richardson spent two years as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of South Carolina. During his first year at South Carolina in the 2009-10 athletic year, Richardson was part of an outreach to South Carolina State University. Richardson worked with the SC State volleyball and softball programs. During the 2010-11 athletic year, Richardson worked with the South Carolina men’s tennis program. Richardson received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from James Madison University (2009). He just recently obtained his Masters of Science in Physical Education at South Carolina. Certified by the Board of Certification (BOC), Richardson is a South Carolina State Certified Athletic Trainer.


USC AIKEN SOCCER COMPLEX “PACER PIT” Known to fans as “Pacer Pit,” the USC Aiken soccer complex has been the home of the men’s and women’s soccer programs since their inception. The men began NCAA play in 1990-91 while the women’s program began in 1997. In 2001, a building was constructed at the field in which the men’s and women’s locker rooms and coaches’ offices are located. The building also provides facilities for visitors and game officials. The 700-seat complex has been the backdrop for numerous Pacer victories. Since 2001, 29 of the 47 victories for the men have come at “Pacer Pit.” In the same period of time, 27 of the women’s 42 wins have occurred in the friendly confines. The Pacer men and women achieved an unprecedented amount of success in 2006, with the majority of their highlights occurring at “Pacer Pit.” For the men, a remarkable 10-win turnaround gave the Pacers a 12-6-2 record. Seven of the team’s school-record win total took place at home, including a 2-1 double-overtime victory over North Georgia on Oct. 24, in the First Round of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament. The contest marked the first postseason game held at the field since 2001. In front of a raucous crowd of 245, the Pacers also earned one of the most impressive upset wins in the program’s history when they defeated No. 20 Lander 2-1 on Oct. 4.

For the Pacer Women, their home field was the venue for five of their seven victories in 2006, including three of the squad’s four conference wins. USC Aiken provided some excitement for the home fans when they rattled off four straight home wins, including back-to-back overtime wins over Presbyterian and USC Upstate. As the PBC’s fourth-seed, the Pacer Women also earned the right to host a postseason game at “Pacer Pit,” but fell to USC Upstate 1-0 on October 25. Prior to the start of the 2007 season, a new sound system was added to the grounds at “Pacer Pit.” In 2008, a new state-of-theart scoreboard was added as well.

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SEASON OUTLOOK Coming off a 2012 season that featured an extremely young team, head coach Sue Vodicka’s 2013 USC Aiken women’s soccer team looks as though it should be experienced and up for the challenges that are ahead. The 2012 squad, although young, dropped five one-goal contests. With an influx of talented players, along with the experience gained from last year, the Pacers look to make a name for themselves in arguably the toughest conference in Division II. “We had a good spring,” Vodicka said. “We have all but three student-athletes returning from last year’s squad. This year, we have a solid senior class of student-athletes that understands what it takes to win at this level. There is good leadership on the team. “I am excited because the team has been training hard and there is great chemistry on the field. Additionally, we have more home games than not since I’ve been here – and with great fan support, it will build a tremendous atmosphere that I think we can thrive in.”

Megan Smits Goal Keepers In goal, Alli Edens and Melissa Westphal – both seniors – return for the Pacers. The duo combined to play every minute between the pipes last year and have an experienced back line in front of them this season. With that, the squad will not see as many shots on frame as in the past. However, the pair combined for 96 saves a season ago.

Caroline Gillespie

Forwards Scoring was a total team effort in 2012 and the experience should pay off this season. Leading the way is Megan Smits. She paced the squad in 2012 with four goals and nine points. An extremely good forward, she will be working with a newcomer up top. Hannah Allison, despite not having played in two seasons, has made tremendous strides in camp. Allison and Smits have formed great chemistry, but the forward positions could be by committee. Senior Joi Chrishon has a wealth of experience and has been good in training camp. Chrishon has helped create a lot of scoring opportunities and could see time up top.

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SEASON OUTLOOK Midfield

McGuinness will also push forward and help create scoring opportunities.

An abundance of talent returns in the midfield for Vodicka this year. In 2012, Aubrey Danielson notched seven points from the midfield, which was second best on the squad. Heaven Tylee’s three assist from her midfield/defender spot was tops on last year’s team. Caroline Gillespie logged huge minutes last year and brings a wealth of experience to the position. Jenna Beauregard, Akeyla Furbert and Olivia Stiltner all produced well during their rookie campaigns. Furbert spent time playing for the World Cup Qualifyer for Bermuda and that experience should only strengthen the midfield for USC Aiken.

Emily May is a sophomore transfer from Georgia Perimeter College. She will be fighting for playing time at the center back spot. Rookie Joanna Reeves brings outstanding vision to the program. She also has a good touch on the ball and will vie for playing time.

Defender Kim Beyer, Kyle Maguire, and Ella McDaniels all played the last two seasons together on the back line. The three should be completely synched together and could not only play outstanding defense, but can help tremendously in the transition game.

Diedre Ball transferred from Navy a season ago and same time in every match. With her prowess as a central midfielder, the depth that Vodicka has is tremendous.

Taylor Simmons is a terrific player that will see lots of time as a defender, but could also see time in the midfield after a good freshman season.

Chrishon saw time in 15 matches during her first year with the squad after transferring from Pfeiffer prior to the 2012 season. She could see time in the midfield as well.

Junior Haley Pipkin is coming off a good spring and has played in 30 matches during her career. Rookie Hazel Kelley has a lot of potential with great raw ability.

Junior newcomer Cyndle McGuinness has a lot of potential and will be pushing for playing time on the edge.

Schedule

2013 SCHEDULE

Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 25 Sept. 28

Rollins USC Beaufort Coker at Barton Brevard at Georgia College Young Harris at Columbus State

Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 30

at Lander Georgia Southwestern Flagler at Columbia (S.C.) Lincoln Memorial at Montevallo Armstrong Clayton State at UNC-Pembroke

Nov. 2 Nov. 5 Nov. 8-10

North Georgia PBC Tournament (First Round) PBC Championships

5 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

The USC Aiken women’s soccer team has 11 home matches this season, including five non-conference contests. “Our non-conference opponents present different challenges for us,” Vodicka said. “All are outstanding teams with great class and caliber. We open against a perennial power in Rollins before hosting USC Beaufort and Coker. On Sept. 13, we head to Barton for our first road match before hosting Brevard. We open conference play on the road at Georgia College.” The schedule, although tough, should be one that this experiences squad can handle. Should the team come together like one cohesive unit, there is no limit for the 2013 USC Aiken women’s soccer program.

5 p.m. TBA TBA

*PBC First-Round Match hosted by higher seeds. **PBC Championships will be played in Evans, Ga.

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MEET THE PACERS

No.

Name

Pos.

Yr.

Ht.

Hometown/Previous School

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Alli Edens Melissa Westphal Aubrey Danielson Cyndle McGuinness Emily May Heaven Tylee Akeyla Furbert Olivia Stiltner Jenna Beauregard Hannah Allison Haley Pipkin Deirdre Ball Kim Beyer Ella McDaniels Megan Smits Joi Chrishon Kyle Maguire Taylor Simmons Hazel Kelley Caroline Gillespie

GK GK M F/M D M/D M M M F/M D/M M/D D D/M F M/F D M/D D F/M

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr.

5-7 6-0 5-6 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-6

Lexington, S.C./Lexington H.S. Springfield, Va./Paul VI Catholic H.S. Spartanburg, S.C./Dorman H.S. Lexington, S.C./Gilbert H.S. Acworth, Ga./East Cobb H.S. Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park H.S. Shorewarwick, Bermuda/Monteverde Academy Lexington, S.C./Lexington H.S. Charleston, S.C./Academic Magnet Beaufort, S.C./Riverside H.S. West Columbia, S.C./Airport H.S. Columbia, S.C./Naval Academy Huntingtown, Md./Huntingtown H.S. Evans, Ga./Greenbrier H.S. Manassas, Va./Stonewall Jackson H.S. Fayetteville, N.C./Fayetteville Academy Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork H.S. North Charleston, S.C./Fort Dorchester H.S. Goose Creek, S.C./Goose Creek H.S. Greenville, S.C./JL Mann H.S.

Head Coach: Sue Vodicka (Ninth Season) Assistant Coach: Andrew Hammer (First Season)

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Student Assistant Coach: Bria Andress (First Season)


ROSTER BREAKDOWN By Class

By Position

By State/Country

Seniors (5) Joi Chrishon Aubrey Danielson Alli Edens Kyle Maguire Melissa Westphal

Midfielder (8) Deirdre Ball Jeanna Beauregard Joi Chrishon Aubrey Danielson Akeyla Furbert Taylor Simmons Olivia Stiltner Heaven Tylee

South Carolina (12) Hannah Allison Deirdre Ball Jenna Beauregard Aubrey Danielson Alli Edens Caroline Gillespie Hazel Kelley Kyle Maguire Cyndle McGuinness Haley Pipkin Taylor Simmons Olivia Stiltner

Juniors (7) Hannah Allison Deirdre Ball Kim Beyer Caroline Gillespie Ella McDaniels Cyndle McGuinness Haley Pipkin Sophomores (8) Jenna Beauregard Akeyla Furbert Hazel Kelley Emily May Taylor Simmons Megan Smits Olivia Stiltner Heaven Tylee

Defender (6) Kim Beyer Hazel Kelley Kyle Maguire Emily May Ella McDaniels Haley Pipkin Forwards (4) Hannah Allison Caroline Gillespie Cyndle McGuinness Megan Smits Goalkeepers (2) Alli Edens Melissa Westphal

Virginia (3) Megan Smits Heaven Tylee Melissa Westphal Georgia (2) Emily May Ella McDaniels Maryland (1) Kim Beyer North Carolina (1) Joi Chrishon Bermuda (1) Akeyla Furbert

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Sue Vodicka Head Coach Ninth Season USC Aiken women’s soccer coach Sue Vodicka completed her eighth season heading the Pacers in 2012, and during her first eight seasons the Pacers have compiled a 37-98-10 record. The 2012 Pacers finished the year with a 4-11-3 record overall. USC Aiken was 3-7-1 in Peach Belt Conference action in the 2012 season. USC Aiken commenced Peach Belt Conference play a perfect 2-0 after wins over Georgia College (Sept. 15) and Young Harris (Sept. 19) for the first time in program history The 2011 edition of the Pacers went 4-12, while going 2-4 at the Pacer Pit. The Pacers also earned a Peach Belt Conference victory by defeating Georgia Southwestern 1-0 at home Oct. 8, 2011. The 2010 USC Aiken women’s soccer team concluded its year by producing a positive result in four of its final five games. The Pacers earned three wins in the final five games to end the year with a 5-11-2 (0-8-2 PBC) record overall. The 2009 USC Aiken women’s soccer team was honored as one of the top 20 most improved NCAA Division II women’s soccer team. The rankings are done by calculating a team’s improvement by comparing its final 2009 rating to an adjusted 2008 rating. A team’s rating roughly equates to net goals (goals scored minus goals against). The criteria allowed the Pacers to obtain a 1.34 rating to leave them with the 15th-best improvement in all of Division II women’s soccer. USC Aiken improved its win total by three games in 2009. The 2009 USC Aiken women’s soccer campaign ended with the Pacers owning a 6-11 record overall. USC Aiken finished the season winning four of its final five games.

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The Pacers concluded the 2009 Peach Belt Conference season with a 2-8 record. In a season full of close contests for the Pacer women, USC Aiken ended its 2009 Peach Belt Conference slate having been on the losing side of three overtime games in PBC action. In total, USC Aiken finished its 2009 season with nine one-goal losses. The Pacers lost six of their eight games in PBC play by just one goal. USC Aiken’s defensive unit had a tremendous season-ending stretch of not allowing a goal. The Pacer defense had not given up a goal in just over 501 minutes before surrendering the first goal of the match to GCSU in their season finale. The Pacers had played the entire 90 minutes of the previous four matches without surrendering a goal. In 2008, Vodicka guided the Pacers to a 3-15-2 record, which included a 1-7-1 record in Peach Belt Conference games.

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Vodicka engineered a remarkable turnaround in 2006, guiding her squad to a fourth place finish in the Peach Belt Conference after being predicted to place ninth. USC Aiken finished the season 7-11-2, including a 4-4-1 mark in PBC play. The four conference wins marked the combined total for the program’s previous six seasons of league play. The conference coaches took notice of the work Vodicka had done and voted her the 2006 PBC Coach of the Year, the first USC Aiken women’s soccer coach to earn that award. Vodicka was named the second head women’s soccer coach at USC Aiken in the program’s history on July 20, 2005. In her first season with the Pacers, Vodicka began laying the building blocks for a successful program moving forward. Hired late in the summer, Vodicka fielded a team that was short on numbers, but not on excitement and hard work.


Vodicka came to USC Aiken with 11 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience, including one season as the head coach at Virginia Commonwealth University. She served as an assistant at the College of William & Mary, Washington State and George Mason University. Prior to her arrival, USC Aiken head men’s soccer coach Ike Ofoje had served as head coach of both the men’s and women’s teams since the Pacers began play in 1997. As a student-athlete at George Mason, Vodicka was a member of three NCAA Tournament teams. The 1983 squad made it to the national championship game and her 1985 team claimed the NCAA National Championship by beating North Carolina in the title match. She earned a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in English from GMU in 1986 and a Virginia Secondary Teaching Certificate in 1992. The George Mason graduate served as assistant coach at her alma mater from 1999 to 2003. During her five seasons, the Patriots were 49-48-7 overall but went 25-11-3 in Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) play. GMU tied for first place in the CAA in 2000 and 2001, and finished second in 2002. The team was the CAA Tournament runner-up in 2000 and 2002.

At GMU, Vodicka coached six NSCAA All-Region selections, 13 All-CAA selections and 10 AllCAA Tournament selections. More impressively, while overseeing the team’s academics for all five seasons, 41 Patriot women’s soccer players received the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and the squad posted George Mason’s highest team GPA in six of nine semesters. Before accepting the position at her alma mater, Vodicka served as head coach for one season at Virginia Commonwealth. The Rams posted a 7-9-2 overall record and a 2-5-1 mark in the CAA. While she spent just one season at the helm of the program, her impact was strong. VCU earned the program’s first ever conference wins over James Madison and American University, and they tied 10th-ranked Virginia. In addition, her squad produced two All-CAA selections. Vodicka made her collegiate head coaching debut after serving two seasons as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Washington State. In her first season in Pullman, Wash., the Cougars doubled their win total from the previous season. In two seasons combined, Vodicka coached four All-PAC-10 selections while nine Cougars earned PAC-10 All-Academic honors.

Vodicka began her collegiate coaching career at the College of William & Mary where she served as assistant coach from 1993 to 1995. During Vodicka’s three seasons at William & Mary, the Tribe made three NCAA Tournament appearances, posted a 43-16-2 record and went unbeaten in the CAA at 15-0-1. The team captured two CAA Championships and finished as the runner-up once. The 1994 squad went 17-4-0 (6-0-0 CAA) on its way to winning the CAA Championship and making the NCAA’s Sweet 16.

EDUCATION • Bachelor’s of Arts in English George Mason, 1986 HEAD COACHING RECORD (Eight Seasons)

Overall Conference

Year School W L T Pct. W L T

1998 VCU 7 9 2 .444 2 5 1 2005 USCA 3 14 0 .176 0 8 0 2006 USCA 7 11 2 .400 4 4 1 2007 USCA 5 13 1 .289 1 6 1 2008 USCA 3 15 2 .200 1 7 1 2009 USCA 6 11 0 .353 2 8 0 2010 USCA 5 11 2 .333 0 8 2 2011 USCA 4 12 0 .333 1 9 0 2012 USCA 4 11 3 .306 3 7 1 Totals 9 yrs. 44 107 12 .381 14 62 7 *Virginia Commonwealth was a member of the Division I Colonial Athletic Association (CAA).

ASSISTANT COACHING RECORD (10 Seasons) Overall Conference Year School W L T Pct. W L T Pct. 1993 W&M 12 5 1 .694 2 0 1 .853 1994 W&M 17 4 0 .810 6 0 0 1.000 1995 W&M 14 7 1 .659 7 0 0 1.000 1996 WSU 8 7 2 .529 3 4 0 .429 1997 WSU 7 11 0 .389 2 7 0 .222 1999 GMU 9 11 0 .450 5 3 0 .625 2000 GMU 12 9 0 .571 6 2 0 .750 2001 GMU 9 11 1 .452 4 1 0 .800 2002 GMU 10 11 0 .476 7 2 0 .778 2003 GMU 9 6 6 .574 3 3 3 .500 Totals 10 yrs. 107 82 11 .563 45 22 4 .662 W&M=College of William & Mary (CAA) WSU=Washington State (Pac-10) GMU=George Mason (CAA)

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Alli Edens 5-7 • Sr. • GK Lexington, S.C. • Lexington H.S. 2012: Picked as an honorable mention PBC all-academic performer … Started 18 games between the pipes and played 1552:26 minutes … Made 89 saves on the year while earning a 1.62 goals-against average … Posted three clean sheets on the year, one of them coming in conference play against Georgia College … Was named South Carolina Education Lottery USC Aiken Athletic Department Student Athlete of the Week on Oct. 7 for allowing only one goal in 220 minutes during a week that saw draws against Flagler and Coker. 2011: Played 1212:52 minutes in goal … Appeared in 16 matches, starting 13 … Made 73 saves and owned a 1.63 goals against average ... PBC Goalkeeper of the Week on Sept. 7. 2010: Logged 403:27 minutes between the pipes ... Appeared in eight matches in goal, starting four ... Made 24 saves and owned a win-loss record of 2-2. High School: Was named the Female Athlete of the Year in 2009 for the Lexington H.S. Personal: Daughter of Marshall and Beth Edens ... Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA 2010 8-4 403:27 5 1.12 2011 16-13 1212:52 22 1.63 2012 18-18 1552:26 28 1.62 Totals 42-35 3168:45 55 1.56

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5-6 • Sr. • MF/F Fayetteville, N.C. • Fayetteville Academy 2012: Saw action in 15 games, nine of them in PBC play … Managed one shot during the year. Pfeiffer: Member of the soccer team for two years ... 2010 Conference Carolinas Tournament Champions ... Scored two goals in 2010 and 2011 each, adding a penalty kick in the Confrerence Championship in 2011. High School: Member of both the Eagle varsity soccer and basketball teams at Fayetteville Academy... Earned All-Conference in soccer 2008-10 ... Also selected All-Region and NCISAA All-State in 2010 ... Member of the Spanish Club Personal: Daughter of James Chrishon and Dr. Shirley Burt-Chrishon ... Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-15 0 0 0 11

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Aubrey Danielson 5-6 • Sr. • MF Spartanburg, S.C. • Dorman H.S. 2012: Named to the PBC Women’s Soccer All-Academic Team … Started all 18 games … Second on the team with seven points coming on three goals and one assist … Led the team with two game-winning goals, both coming in PBC play against Georgia College and Georgia Southwestern … Took 38 shots during the season, 18 of which were on goal. 2011: Missed season due to injury. 2010: Played in 17 games, starting 16 ... Totaled 13 points on five goals and three assists ... Collected first career hat trick in 8-1 win over Coker ... Finished season with 21 shots, including 13 on goal. High School: Was a four-year starter for Dorman H.S. ... Winner of the Wendy’s High School Heisman award ... Two-time all-region selection (2008-2009) ... Captained the team her senior season after ending her junior campaign as the team’s second leading scorer ... Played club ball for Carolina FC in the Region 3 Premier League. Personal: Daughter of Todd and Rae Danielson ... Majoring in chemistry.

Year GP-GS 2010 17-16 2011 DNP 2012 18-18 Totals 35-34

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G A Pts. Sh. 5 3 13 21 3 1 7 38 8 4 20 59

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Kyle Maguire

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5-5 • Sr. • D Irmo, S.C. • Dutch Fork H.S. 2012: Named an honorable mention PBC all-academic player … Started all 18 games … Took three shots, all of which were on goal … Dished out one assist against UNC Pembroke on Oct. 24. 2011: Appeared in all 16 matches for USC Aiken, getting the starting nod in 15 … Finished the year taking five shots (one on goal). 2010: One of just three to start all 18 matches for USC Aiken ... Claimed first career assist in USC Aiken’s win over Coker on Oct. 25 ... The defender finished the year with one shot. High School: A three-year member of the Dutch Fork H.S. squad, Maguire graduated early from high school to join the Pacer Soccer program in the spring ... Selected to the all-region squad ... Played club ball for Columbia United of the Region 3 Premier League where she was chosen the MVP for her squad. Personal: Daughter of James Maguire and Susan Cox ... Majoring in industrial mathematics.

Year GP-GS 2010 18-18 2011 16-15 2012 18-18 Totals 52-51

G 0 0 0 0

A Pts. 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1

Sh. 1 5 3 9

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Melissa Westphal 6-0 • Sr. • GK Springfield, Va. • Paul VI Catholic H.S. 2012: Saw action in three games on the year for 127:34 minutes played in net … Made seven saves on the year. 2011: Appeared in six games, including two starts … Logged 233:08 minutes in goal … Concluded year with 20 saves. 2010: Made nine appearances, including two starts ... Logged 410:56 in between the pipes in total ... Concluded year with 28 saves ... Owned a 1-3-1 win-loss record. High School: Four-year member of the varsity squad at Paul VI Catholic ... Three-year starter between the pipes for the Panthers ... Was also a two-year starter for the women’s basketball team. Personal: Daughter of Kevin and Janeen Westphal ... Majoring in communications.

Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA 2010 8-4 410:56 5 1.12 2011 5-2 233:08 11 4.25 2012 3-0 127:34 5 3.53 Totals 16-6 771:38 21 2.45

20

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Deirdre Ball 5-6 • Jr. • MF/D Columbia, S.C. • Naval Academy 2012: Played in all 18 matches, starting 15 at midfield … Took 11 shots, two of which were on frame. 2011: Attended the Naval Academy where she played in six games and scored one goal. High School: Two time all-region player and team MVP as a senior at Lexington H.S. ... Selected team captain of the South in South Carolina’s North-South State All-Star game ... Member of Air Force JROTC where awarded Tuskeegee Airmen Award and Order of the Purple Heart for Leadership. Personal: Daughter of Daryl and Dagmar Ball ... Majoring in sociology.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-15 0 0 0 11

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Kim Beyer 5-8 • Jr. • D Huntingtown, Md. • Huntingtown H.S. 2012: Selected as an honorable mention PBC all-academic performer … Chosen as Team MVP ... Started at defender in all 18 games during the season … Took four shots, two of which were on goal … Scored two goals on the season, tallying four points … Knocked in the game-winning goal at Young Harris in the 90th minute. 2011: Started all 16 matches for the Pacers … Scored first career goal against Brevard on Sept. 7 … Finished the year with two shots on goal ... Chosen Team Most Valuable Player. High School: Named all-state tennis and all-county volleyball while at Huntingtown H.S. ... Was a four-year Honor Roll member ... Voted Most Athletic in 2010. Personal: Daughter of Louis and Patricia Beyer ... Majoring in nursing.

Year GP-GS 2011 16-16 2012 18-18 Totals 34-34

G 1 2 3

A Pts. 0 2 0 4 0 6

Sh. 2 4 6

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Caroline Gillespie

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5-6 • Jr. • F/MF Greenville, S.C. • JL Mann H.S. 2012: Played in 17 games, starting in eight … Took 20 shots during the season, nine of which were on goal. 2011: Started all 16 matches … Scored her first career goal, and added another goal in a win at Newberry on Sept. 4 … Finished the year with 20 shots, nine of which were on goal. High School: Picked up all-region honors while at JL Mann H.S. ... Member of the Olympic Development program in South Carolina from 2009-11. Personal: Daughter of Ronny and Kari Gillespie ... Father played baseball at Lenoir-Rhyne ... Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year GP-GS 2011 16-16 2012 17-8 Totals 33-24

G 3 0 3

A Pts. 0 6 0 0 0 6

Sh. 20 20 40

Ella McDaniels 5-4 • Jr. • D/MF Evans, Ga. • Greenbrier H.S. 2012: Started 17 games and played in all 18 as a defender … Took three shots on the year, including one on goal. 2011: Started all 16 matches … Finished the year taking 4 shots (2 on goal). High School: Garnered all-area, all-region and all-county first-team selection at Greenbrier H.S. ... Won Most Valuable Defensive Player award. Personal: Daughter of Rodney and Pennie McDaniels ... Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year GP-GS 2011 16-16 2012 18-17 Totals 34-33

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G 0 0 0

A Pts. 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sh. 4 3 7

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Haley Pipkin 5-8 • Jr. • D/MF West Columbia, S.C. • Airport H.S. 2012: Saw action in 14 games for the Pacers … Earned one assist against PBC foe Montevallo … Managed seven shots, five of which were on goal. 2011: Appeared in all 16 matches for the Pacers, making 15 starts … Concluded the year with 12 shots (five on goal). High School: Earned all-area and all-region honors at Airport H.S. … Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Kim Pipkin and Sherri Moore ... Majoring in chemistry.

Year GP-GS 2011 16-15 2012 14-0 Totals 30-15

G 0 0 0

A Pts. 0 0 1 1 1 1

Sh. 12 7 19

Jenna Beauregard

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5-7 • So. • MF Charleston, S.C. • Academic Magnet 2012: Saw action at midfield in all 18 games, starting three … Attempted 16 shots during the season, seven of which were on frame. Academic Magnet: Team Captain for all four years for the Raptors ... Four-time selection to the all-LowCountry Team ... Three-sport standout that played basketball and golf … Owned highest GPA in Honors Statistics ... Member of FCA. Personal: Jenna is the daughter of Phil and Kathy Beauregard ... She is majoring in communications

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-3 0 0 0 16

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Akeyla Furbert 5-5 • So. • MF Shorewarwick, Bermuda • Monteverde Academy 2012: Played in 14 contests during the season … Managed one shot on goal. High School: Member of the varsity soccer and basketball teams at Monteverde Academy ... Selected as an All-Star 2009-11 ... Earned basketball All-Star MVP 2010 and 2012 and Best Defensive Player in 2012 ... Earned soccer All-Star MVP in 2011 ... Also a member of the Honor Roll and Games Captain. Personal: Daughter of Pandora Furbert ... Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 14-0 0 0 0 1

Taylor Simmons

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5-7 • So. • MF/D North Charleston, S.C. • Fort Dorchester H.S. 2012: Saw playing time in all 18 games for the Pacers, getting the starting nod in four … Scored one goal during the year coming against UNC Pembroke … Took eight shots, four of which were on goal. High School: Standout on the Fort Dorchester H.S. soccer team. Personal: Daughter of Art and Jill Simmons ... Majoring in nursing.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-4 1 0 2 8

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Megan Smits

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5-5 • So. • F Manassas, Va. • Stonewall Jackson H.S. 2012: Started all 18 games at forward on the season … Smits led the team in points with nine … Also team leader in goals with four … Team leader in shots and shots on goal with 61 and 27, respectively. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Stonewall Jackson H.S. … Started every game for four years and was the team’s leading scorer each year ... Four-time all-district selection ... Was the leading scorer in MidAtlantic Region for U-17 Super-Y ball. Personal: Daughter of Thierry Smits and Nancy Cullen-Smits ... Majoring in elementary education.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-18 4 1 9 61

Olivia Stiltner

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5-5 • So. • MF Lexington, S.C. • Lexington H.S. 2012: Played in all 18 games during the season, while starting five at midfield … Took 19 shots during the year, 10 of them on goal. High School: Member of the Wildcat soccer team at Lexington H.S. Personal: Daughter of Harry and Cindy Stiltner ... Majoring in exercise and sports science.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-5 0 0 0 19

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Heaven Tylee

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5-7 • So. • MF/D Manassas, Va. • Osbourn Park H.S. 2012: Started all 18 games for the Pacers as a midfielder … Led the team dishing out three assists … Added one goal for a total of five points … All five points came against PBC opponents … Took 14 shots during the season, 10 of them on goal. High School: Member of the varsity soccer team four years at Osbourn Park H.S. ... Two-time all-district selection … Two-time team MVP … Guided her club team to a second-place finish at Nationals in 2011 … Four-year member of Super-Y club team … Member of the Future Educators of America. Personal: Daughter of Dustin and Venus Tylee ... Majoring in elementary education.

Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh. 2012 18-18 1 3 5 14

Hannah Allison 5-5 • Jr. • F/MF Beaufort, S.C. • Riverside H.S. High School: Four-year all-state selection at Riverside H.S. … Guided her team to two Class 3A state championships … Named a North-South All-Star … Tabbed the South Carolina Player of the Year as a junior. Personal: Daughter of Bo and Vicki Allison … Has two older siblings, Ben and Lauren … Majoring in communications.

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Cyndle McGuinness

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5-3 • Jr. • F/MF Lexington, S.C. • Gilbert H.S. Previous School: Attended and played for USC Lancaster … Totaled 17 goals and 15 assists … Tabbed the National Player of the Week. High School: Played for Gilbert H.S. Personal: Daughter of Kevin and Leigh Ann McGuinness … Majoring in exercise science and special education.

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Hazel Kelley 5-7 • So. • D Goose Creek S.C. • Goose Creek H.S. High School: Played for Goose Creek H.S. … Two-time team captain … Earned all-region honors as a junior … Won the Gator Award her junior campaign ... Two-sport student-athlete that also played volleyball. Personal: Born Nov. 27, 1994 in Rockville, Md. … Majoring in communications.

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Emily May 5-5 • So. • D Acworth, Ga. • East Cobb H.S. Previous School: Attended Georgia Perimeter. High School: Played for North Cobb H.S. … Guided her club team to the No. 4 ranking in Georgia … Led the team to a semifinal appearance in the state cup … Helped her team reach the national tournament. Personal: Daughter of Teresa May … Born Apr. 21, 1994 in Acworth, Ga. … Has siblings Ryan, Andrew, Josh and Mackenzie … Majoring in business marketing.

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2012 PBC Tournament USC Aiken Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 13, 2013) All games

STATISTICS

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * * * * * *

Aug 30 09/01/12 Sep 04 Sep 08 Sep 10 Sep 12 Sep 15 Sep 19 Sep 22 Sep 26 Sep 29 Oct 03 Oct 06 Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 20 Oct 24 Oct 27

Opponent NEWBERRY at VMI at Lincoln Memorial at Brevard WINGATE at South Carolina State GEORGIA COLLEGE at Young Harris #18 COLUMBUS STATE LANDER at Georgia Southwestern at Flagler at Coker College MONTEVALLO at #2 Armstrong at Clayton State UNC PEMBROKE at North Georgia

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Sh o t s / G a m e CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE To t a l Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 4-11-3 3-7-1 1-4-2

To2 L L W L L W W L L W To2 To2 L L L L L

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

Att. 152 231 105 80 156 169 181 150 242 243 68 73 346 213 145 150 265 185

USCAW

OPP

15-261 0.83 .057 130-261 .498 14.5 104 1-1

33-249 1.83 .133 132-249 .530 13.8 88 4-4

20 1

11 0

1452 7/207 0/0

1702 11/155

HOME 1-5-1 1-4 0-1-1

AWAY 3-6-2 2-3-1 1-3-1

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Player

15 2 19 5 12 9 18 3 10 17 23 7 8 11 26 13 16 6 1 0

Megan Smits Aubrey Danielson Alex Cohen Heaven Tylee Kim Beyer Courtney Szabo Taylor Simmons Jenny Pineiro Haley Pipkin Kyle Maguire Caroline Gillespie Olivia Stiltner Jenna Beauregard Deirdre Ball Emily Dodd Ella McDaniels Joi Chrishon Akeyla Furbert Melissa Westphal Alli Edens Total Opponents

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Goalie

0 1

Alli Edens Melissa Westphal Total Opponents

Goals by Period USC Aiken Opponents Shots by Period USC Aiken Opponents

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 18 4 1 18 3 1 16 2 2 18 1 3 18 2 0 8 1 1 18 1 0 18 0 1 14 0 1 18 0 1 17 0 0 18 0 0 18 0 0 18 0 0 16 0 0 18 0 0 15 0 0 14 0 0 3 0 0 18 0 0 18 15 11 18 33 20 GP 18 3 18 18

Min. 1552:26 127:34 1680:00 1680:00

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

9 61 .066 27 .443 0 7 38 .079 18 .474 2 6 28 .071 16 .571 1 5 14 .071 10 .714 0 4 4 .500 2 .500 1 3 7 .143 3 .429 0 2 8 .125 4 .500 0 1 17 .000 9 .529 0 1 7 .000 5 .714 0 1 3 .000 3 1.000 0 0 20 .000 9 .450 0 0 19 .000 10 .526 0 0 16 .000 7 .438 0 0 11 .000 2 .182 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 41 261 .057 130 .498 4 86 249 .133 132 .530 10 GA

28 5 33 15

GAAvg Saves

1.62 3.53 1.77 0.80

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

5 12

10 21

0 0

0 0

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

111 144 121 121

5 1

1 6

Saves by Period USC Aiken Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

53 46

44 67

0 2

2 0

Corners by Period USC Aiken Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

56 49

46 38

1 0

1 1

Fouls by Period USC Aiken Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

98 124 70 96

2 3

2 1

89 7 99 115

Pct

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 4-4

W-L-T

Sho

.761 4-10-3 .583 0-1-0 .750 4-11-3 .885 11-4-3

3/0 0/0 3 10

Total 15 33 Total 261 249 Total 99 115 Total 104 88 Total 226 170

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PEACH BELT STANDINGS 2012 Final Standings School

Conference Record

Overall Record

Armstrong 11-0 Columbus State 8-2-1 Lander 8-2-1 Clayton State 6-3-2 North Georgia 6-3-2 Georgia College 5-5-1 UNC Pembroke 5-5-1 Montevallo 4-6-1 USC Aiken 3-7-1 Flagler 2-7-2 Young Harris 2-9 Georgia Southwestern 0-11

Last 10

19-2-2 18-3-2 10-4-3 10-7-2 15-5-2 10-8-1 10-7-3 7-9-2 4-11-3 7-7-3 7-10 2-14-2

Streak

8-1-1 L1 6-2-2 T1 6-3-1 L3 4-4-2 L1 5-3-2 L1 6-3-1 L1 5-3-2 L1 3-6-1 L1 1-7-2 L5 1-7-2 L5 2-8 W1 0-9-1 L1

ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent Rec. Stk. Last Alabama-Huntsville 2-2-0 L2 2001 Anderson (S.C.) 6-2-0 L1 2011 Armstrong 0-8-0 L8 2012 Belmont-Abbey 0-5-0 L5 2010 Brescia University 0-1-0 L1 2004 Brewton-Parker 6-2-0 W2 2007 Brevard 3-0-0 W3 2012 Carson-Newman 0-1-0 L1 1997 Catawba 1-3-0 L3 2010 Charleston Southern 0-2-0 L2 2006 Chowan 2-1-0 L1 2008 Clayton State 4-12-0 L3 2012 Coker 7-2-1 T1 2012 Columbus State 0-10-0 L10 2012 Converse 3-0-0 W3 2009 Erskine 2-0-0 W2 2009 Flagler 0-3-1 T1 2012 Florida Southern 0-2-0 L2 2008 Francis Marion 1-7-0 L2 2004

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Opponent Georgia College Georgia Southwestern Kennesaw State Lander Lee Univ. Lees-McRae Lenoir-Rhyne Limestone Lincoln Memorial Mars Hill McMurry (Texas) Milligan Montevallo Mount Olive Newberry North Alabama North Florida North Georgia North Greenville

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Rec. Stk. Last 1-6-2 W1 2012 6-1-1 W2 2012 0-3-0 L3 2003 5-8-3 L6 2012 1-0-0 W1 2002 1-1-0 W1 1998 1-4-0 L1 2003 1-2-1 L1 2007 0-4-0 L4 2012 2-5-0 L3 2009 1-0-0 W1 2005 1-1-0 W1 1998 0-4-2 L2 2012 5-1-1 L1 2007 6-7-1 T1 2012 1-1-0 W1 2001 0-8-0 L8 2004 2-6-2 L5 2012 2-0-0 W2 1998

Opponent Rec. Stk. Last Palm Beach Atlantic 0-1-0 L1 2010 Pfeiffer 0-5-1 L4 2009 Piedmont 1-1-0 W1 1999 Presbyterian 1-3-0 W3 2006 Queens University 0-3-0 L3 2006 Rollins 0-1-0 L1 1997 Saint Andrews 4-1-1 W1 2010 Shorter College 1-0-0 W1 2003 South Carolina St. 0-1-0 L1 2012 Southern Wesleyan 2-0-0 W2 2001 Spelman 3-0-0 W3 2002 Tusculum 0-3-0 L3 2001 UNC Pembroke 0-11-1 L11 2012 USC Upstate 1-6-1 L1 2006 Valdosta State 0-1-0 L1 2011 VMI 0-1-0 L1 2012 Wesleyan College 1-1-0 W1 1998 West Georgia 0-1-0 L1 2008 Wingate 0-10-1 L8 2012 Young Harris 1-0-0 W1 2012 TOTALS 89-175-20


OPPONENTS Name: Armstrong Nickname: Pirates Colors: Maroon & Gold Location: Savannah, Ga. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 19-2-2, 11-0 Web site: armstrongpirates.com

Name: Erskine Nickname: Flying Fleet Colors: Maroon & Gold Location: Due West, S.C. Conference: Carolinas 2012 Record: 3-12-1, 3-8 Web site: erskinesports.com

Name: Rollins Nickname: Tars Colors: Blue & Gold Location: Winter Park, Fla. Conference: Sunshine State 2012 Record: 12-5-2, 7-1 Web site: rollinssports.com

Name: Barton Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Royal Blue & White Location: Barton, N.C. Conference: Carolinas 2012 Record: 4-11-1, 3-8 Web site: barton.edu/athletics

Name: Flagler Nickname: Saints Colors: Red & Gold Location: St. Augustine, Fla. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 7-7-3, 2-7-2 Web site: athletics.flagler.edu

Name: UNC Pembroke Nickname: Braves Colors: Black & Gold Location: Pembroke, N.C. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 10-7-3, 5-5-1 Web site: uncpbraves.com

Name: Brevard Nickname: Tornados Colors: Royal Blue & White Location: Brevard, N.C. Conference: South Atlantic 2012 Record: 1-7-1, 1-15-2 Web site: bctornados.com

Name: Georgia College Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Hunter Green & Navy Blue Location: Milledgeville, Ga. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 10-8-1, 5-5-1 Web site: gcbobcats.com

Name: USC Beaufort Nickname: Sand Sharks Colors: Navy, Sand & Garnet Location: Beaufort, S.C. Conference: The Sun 2012 Record: 9-10, 4-5 Web site: uscbathletics.com

Name: Clayton State Nickname: Lakers Colors: Blue & Orange Location: Morrow, Ga. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 10-7-2, 6-3-2 Web site: claytonstatesports.com

Name: Georgia Southwestern Nickname: gswcanes.com Colors: Navy Blue & Old Gold Location: Americus, Ga. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 2-14-2, 0-11 Web site: Hurricanes

Name: Young Harris Nickname: Mountain Lions Colors: Purple & White Location: Young Harris, Ga. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 7-10, 2-9 Web site: yhcathletics.com

Name: Coker Nickname: Cobras Colors: Navy & Yellow Location: Hartsville, S.C. Conference: South Atlantic 2012 Record: 4-12-2, 3-7-1 Web site: cokercobras.com

Name: Lander Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Blue & Yellow Location: Greenwood, S.C. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 10-4-3, 8-2-1 Web site: landerbearcats.com

Name: Columbia (S.C.) Nickname: Fighting Koalas Colors: Purple & White Location: Columbia, S.C. Conference: Appalachian Athletic 2012 Record: 10-7-1, 4-4-1 Web site: gokoalas.com

Name: Lincoln Memorial Nickname: Railsplitters Colors: Blue & Gray Location: Harrogate, Tenn. Conference: South Atlantic 2012 Record: 7-7-2, 3-4-2 Web site: lmurailsplitters.com

Name: Columbus State Nickname: Cougars Colors: Red, White & Blue Location: Columbus, Ga. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 18-3-2, 8-2-1 Web site: csucougars.com

Name: Montevallo Nickname: Falcons Colors: Purple & Yellow Location: Montevallo, Ala. Conference: Peach Belt 2012 Record: 7-9-2, 4-6-1 Web site: montevallofalcons.com

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2012 4-11-3, 3-7-1 PBC Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. 24 Oct. 27

Newberry at VMI at Lincoln Memorial at Brevard Wingate at South Carolina State Georgia College* at Young Harris* Columbus State* Lander* at Georgia Southwestern* at Flagler* at Coker Montevallo* at Armstrong* at Clayton State* UNC-Pembroke* at North Georgia*

2010 5-11-2, 0-8-2 PBC T L L W L L W W L L W T T L L L L L

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

Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 2 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 OCt. 27

2011 4-12-0, 1-9-0 PBC Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 7 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 27 Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 26 Oct. 29

at Coker (OT) at Newberry Brevard North Georgia* at Anderson at Wingate Armstrong Atlantic* at Montevallo* at UNC Pembroke* Georgia Southwestern* at Valdosta State Flagler* at Lander* at Columbus State* at Georgia College* Claytoon State*

#24 Belmont Abbey at North Georgia* at Brevard at Catawba St. Andrews vs. Palm Beach Atlantic #2 Columbus State* at #9ArmstrongAtlantic State* at Flagler* UNC Pembroke* Montevallo* Lander* at Clayton State* Anderson Newberry at Ga. Southwestern* Coker GC*

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

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1-2 1-3 2-1 0-1 4-0 1-2 0-4 0-6 0-2 2-3 2-2 2-4 1-3 4-1 2-0 0-1 8-1 1-1

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0-1 2-1 0-1 1-2 8-1 1-2 0-5 1-3 2-3 1-2 2-3 0-1 2-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 1-2

2009 6-11, 2-8 in PBC Aug. 30 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 7 Oct. 11 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 28

at Newberry at Anderson (S.C.) at Pfeiffer North Georgia * at Coker Mars Hill at Columbus State * AASU * Flagler * (2OT) at UNCP * at Montevallo * (OT) at Lander * Clayton State * at Erskine Converse Ga. Southwestern * at GC *(OT)

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Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 4 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 4

vs West Georgia vs Florida Southern Coker St. Andrews at Mars Hill Erskine (2OT) Lincoln Memorial (OT) Chowan Lander * (OT) at Clayton State * Pfeiffer at North Georgia * at Converse at GSW * (2OT) GC * (OT) at AASU * Columbus State * at Belmont Abbey UNCP * at #10 UNCP #

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

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

2007 5-13-1, 1-6-1 in PBC Aug. 29 Brewton-Parker Aug. 31 at Mount Olive Sept. 1 vs. Lincoln Memorial Sept. 5 at Limestone Sept. 8 Mars Hill (2OT) Sept. 12 Belmont Abbey Sept. 15 Chowan Sept. 19 at Lander * (OT) Sept. 22 Clayton State * Sept. 26 at St. Andrews Sept. 29 North Georgia * (2OT) Oct. 6 Ga. Southwestern * Oct. 9 at Newberry Oct. 12 #14 AASU * Oct. 15 GC * Oct. 20 at #6 Columbus St. Oct. 23 at Coker Oct. 27 UNC Pembroke * Oct. 30 at #6 Columbus St.#


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 7-11-2, 4-4-1 in PBC Aug. 24 Newberry Aug. 29 Limestone (2OT) Aug. 31 at Brewton-Parker Sept. 2 Queens (N.C.) Sept. 4 at Pfeiffer Sept. 6 St. Andrews Sept. 8 at GC * (2OT) Sept. 11 at Charleston Southern Sept. 16 at GSW * Sept. 19 at Wingate (OT) Sept. 22 #24 Columbus State * Sept. 25 at Belmont Abbey Sept. 30 AASU Oct. 4 at Lander * Oct. 7 North Georgia * Oct. 11 Presbyterian (OT) Oct. 14 USC Upstate * (OT) Oct. 18 at Clayton State * Oct. 21 at UNC Pembroke * Oct. 25 USC Upstate #

2002 8-8-3, 1-4-2 in PBC L T W L L W T L W L L L L W W W W L L L

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

Sept. 3 at North Georgia Sept. 7 at USC Upstate * Sept. 21 at Mount Olive Sept. 23 at #8 Presbyterian Sept. 25 at Lander * (2OT) Sept. 28 at Kennesaw State * Oct. 1 at #11 North Florida * Oct. 2 UNCP * (2OT) Oct. 5 Lee University Oct. 8 at Brewton-Parker Oct. 9 Spelman Oct. 12 Lenoir-Rhyne Oct. 15 Montevallo (2OT) Oct. 23 #9 FMU * (OT) Oct. 26 at Limestone Oct. 28 Newberry Oct. 30 Wingate Nov. 2 Clayton State * Nov. 6 at #20 N. Fla. # (OT)

W W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

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

Aug. 25 Lincoln Memorial L 2-3 Aug. 29 at Clayton State * L 2-4 Sept. 1 Alabama-Huntsville L 0-1 Sept. 2 North Alabama (2OT) W 3-2 Sept. 5 Limestone W 5-0 Sept. 12 USC Upstate * (OT) L 2-3 Sept. 16 Tusculum L 0-2 Sept. 18 Presbyterian L 0-4 Sept. 20 Coker W 6-2 Sept. 26 Lander * (2OT) T 2-2 Sept. 29 at Newberry W 5-0 Oct. 1 at Spelman W 12-0 Oct. 3 Southern Wesleyan W 6-0 Oct. 6 at UNCP* PPD-darkness Oct. 10 at Francis Marion * L 2-7 Oct. 13 at Wingate L 0-2 Oct. 19 North Florida * L 0-5 Oct. 22 Mars Hill W 4-1 Oct. 27 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-3 Oct. 30 at North Florida # L 2-4

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1-1 2-2 1-5 1-5 0-4 0-4 12-0 0-5 0-2 2-5 0-5 0-2 0-3 2-3 2-1 0-2

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1-4 7-0 1-9 0-2 2-1 1-5 0-4 2-5 1-2 4-6 1-2 4-0 0-6 1-6 0-8

2005 3-14, 0-8 in PBC Sept. 1 Anderson Sept. 6 at St. Andrews Sept. 12 McMurry Sept. 14 at Catawba Sept. 17 GC * Sept. 21 Charleston Southern Sept. 24 #8 Clayton State * Sept. 28 Newberry Oct. 1 at Columbus State Oct. 4 Wingate Oct. 5 Pfeiffer Oct. 10 at AASU * Oct. 11 Brewton-Parker Oct. 15 at North Georgia * Oct. 22 at USC Upstate * Oct. 26 at Lander * Oct. 29 UNCP *

2004 2-12-2, 1-7 in PBC Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 27 Oct. 30

North Georgia (2OT) at Pfeiffer Univ. (2OT) at Queens University at Florida Southern #18 Catawba College USC Upstate * at Ga. Southwestern North Florida * at UNC Pembroke * at Clayton State * Brescia University at Francis Marion * at Newberry College Columbus State * Lander* (2OT) at GC *

2003 3-12, 0-7 in PBC Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 4

at Montevallo Mount Olive College Francis Marion * at Lenoir-Rhyne Brewton Parker at North Florida * at Wingate at USC Upstate * at Lander * (2OT) Queens University Clayton State * Shorter College at #2 Kennesaw St. * UNC Pembroke * at #2 Kennesaw St. #

1999 7-7-2 W L W L T L L T W W W W T W L W L L L

3-0 0-2 3-1 1-4 0-0 0-2 1-2 2-2 3-0 5-0 10-0 2-0 2-2 2-1 1-3 4-0 1-3 1-2 0-1

2001 7-11-1, 0-4-1 in PBC

2000 12-8-1, 2-2-1 in PBC Aug. 28 Lenoir-Rhyne Aug. 30 at Anderson Sept. 1 at Al.-Huntsville Sept. 2 vs. North Alabama Sept. 4 Tusculum Sept. 12 at Mars Hill Sept. 19 at #23 Catawba Sept. 25 Newberry Sept. 27 at Lander * Sept. 30 at USCS * (2OT) Oct. 4 Brewton-Parker Oct. 7 at North Florida * Oct. 11 Francis Marion * Oct. 14 at Coker Oct. 16 Wingate Oct. 18 Clayton State * Oct. 22 at Mount Olive Oct. 25 at Southern Wesleyan Oct. 28 Spelman Oct. 31 Lander # Nov. 3 vs. Francis Marion # (OT)

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

Aug. 26 at Lenoir-Rhyne (OT) Aug. 31 at Newberry Sept. 1 Anderson Sept. 4 at Belmont Abbey Sept. 5 vs. Presbyterian Sept. 11 Mount Olive Sept. 19 at Tusculum Sept. 23 at Piedmont Sept. 25 Coker Oct. 2 Mars Hill (OT) Oct. 6 Lander (2OT) Oct. 9 at Francis Marion Oct. 18 at Wingate (2OT) Oct. 20 at Clayton State Oct. 27 at Brewton-Parker Oct. 30 Ala.-Huntsville

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1998 11-5 Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 25 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Oct. 31

at Anderson North Greenville Lees-McRae at Lander at Ala.-Huntsville at Wesleyan at Milligan at Coker Newberry Francis Marion Chowan Clayton State Piedmont Converse Wingate at Mount Olive

1997 7-14-1 Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 22 Oct. 26 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 8 Nov. 10

Mount Olive (2OT) Pfeiffer at Wingate at Brewton-Parker Milligan Wesleyan at Lees-McRae at Saint Andrews Anderson Mars Hill at Clayton State Carson-Newman at Newberry at North Greenville at North Florida at Rollins

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RECORD BOOK/HONORS Peach Belt All-Conference Annie Whitley, 2009 Lauren Myers, 2008 Natasha DaCosta, 2006 Lindsey Mann, 2006 Melissa Schnoering, 2006 Natasha DaCosta, 2005 Melissa Schnoering, 2003 Melissa Schnoering, 2002 Katie Lawrence, 2001 Jacqueline Francois, 2000 Kirsten Haas, 2000

PBC Players of the Week Sept. 7, 2011 Alli Edens (Goalkeeper) Nov. 2, 2010 Madeline Fellabom (Defensive) Oct. 17, 2006 - Melissa Schnoering Oct. 14, 2002 - Jen Mascarin Oct. 8, 2001 - Katie Lawrence Oct. 2, 2000 - Kirsten Haas

PBC Preseason All-Conference Lindsey Mann, 2007

PBC All-Academic Emily Dodd, First Team, 2011 Nicole Westphal, First Team, 2010 Cassey Lloyd, First Team, 2010 Nicole Westphal, First Team, 2009 Annie Whitley, First Team, 2009 Jennifer Goodwin, Fourth Team, 2009 Nicole Westphal, 2008 Jennifer Goodwin, 2008 Annie Whitley, 2008

PBC All-Tournament Annie Whitley, 2006 Melissa Schnoering, 2003 Shannon Hobbs, 2002 Katie Lawrence, 2001 Jacqueline Francois, 2000 Kirsten Haas, 2000

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA All-District Annie Whitley, Third Team 2009

PBC Coach of the Year Sue Vodicka, 2006

Team: Single Game Records Most Goals: 12 vs. Spelman (10/01/01); at Georgia Southwestern (09/22/04) Most Goals Allowed: 16 vs. Brewton-Parker (09/17/97) Most Shots: 45 vs. Spelman (10/09/02) Most Saves: 35 vs. Brewton-Parker (9/17/97) Individual: Single Game Records Most Goals: 5 by Jodi Kulinitch (at Georgia Southwestern - 09/22/04) Most Assists: 3 by four people; Most recent: Allie Young, vs. Georgia Southwestern (10/06/07) Most Points: 10 by Jodi Kulinitch (at Georgia Southwestern - 09/22/04) Most Shots: 9 by Christy Cousins (vs. Converse, 10/28/00); Natasha DaCosta (at Georgia Southwestern (09/22/04); by Alex Cohen (vs. Anderson and St. Andrews, 2010) Most Saves: 35 by Gretchen Honaker (vs. Brewton-Parker - 09/17/97) Individual: Season Records Most Goals: 17 by Katie Lawrence (2001) and Christy Cousins (1998) Most Assists: 8 by Kelly Shemansky (2000) and Alex Cohen (2010) Most Points: 41 by Christy Cousins (1998) Most Shots: 76 by Katie Lawrence (2001) Most Saves: 118 by Kellie Young (2000) Most Shutouts: 7 by Kellie Young (2000) Best Goals Against Average: 0.57 by

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Individual: Career Records Most Goals: 41 by Jackie Francois (1997-01) Most Assists: 20 by Kelly Veas (1998-01) and Christy Cousins (1997-00) Most Points: 88 Jackie Francois (1997-01) Most Shots: 137 by Melissa Schnoering (2002-06) Most Saves: 266 by Shannon Hobbs (2001-04) Most Shutouts: 12.0 by Kellie Young (1998-00) Best GAA (2000 min): 1.75 by Tiffany Thursby (1998-01) Career Scoring Leaders Name GP G A 1. Jackie Francois 69 41 6 2. Kirsten Haas 62 30 17 3. Christy Cousins 67 28 20 4. Melissa Schnoering 72 24 5 5. Kelly Veas 71 15 20 6. Jodi Kulinitch 50 17 8 t7. Natasha DaCosta 65 14 12 t7. Kelly Shemansky 72 12 16 9. Katie Lawrence 18 17 3 t10. Jen Mascarin 35 15 6 t10. Bridget Brennan 70 13 10 12. Jennifer Goodwin 74 11 10 13. Jenny Pineiro 50 12 5 14. Heather Lakatos 30 13 2 t15. Lauren Myers 74 11 4 t15. Alex Cohen 33 8 10 17. Stacey Courtwright 65 9 7 18. Julie Padgett 38 6 10 t19. Kristen Schreiber 16 10 3 t19. Annie Whitley 74 8 7

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