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2012 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

2013 USC Women's Soccer • Schedule •

(as of Aug. 21, 2013) DATE DAY Aug. 18 Sunday USD Tournament Aug. 23 Friday Aug. 25 Sunday

OPPONENT ALUMNI GAME

PLACE McAlister Field

vs. San Diego State at San Diego

San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif.

Aug. 30

Cal State Northridge

McAlister Field

Minnesota Gold Classic Sept. 6 Friday Sept. 8 Sunday

Mississippi LSU

Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn.

^Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 29

Friday Sunday Thursday Sunday Sunday

Pepperdine (Pac-12 Net.) Loyola Marymount Florida Atlantic Cal State Fullerton at Arizona State* (Pac-12 Net.)

McAlister Field McAlister Field McAlister Field McAlister Field Tempe, Ariz.

2:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. MT

Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Oct. 27

Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Friday Sunday

Washington* (Pac-12 Net.) Washington State* (Pac-12 Net.) at California* (Pac-12 Net.) at Stanford* (Pac-12 Net.) Arizona* (Pac-12 Net.) at Colorado* (Pac-12 Net.) at Utah*

McAlister Field McAlister Field Berkeley, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif. McAlister Field Boulder, Colo. Salt Lake City, Utah

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. MT 1 p.m. MT

Nov. 1 Nov. 3 Nov. 7

Friday Sunday Thursday

Oregon* Oregon State* (Pac-12 Net.) at UCLA* (Pac-12 Net.)

McAlister Field McAlister Field Westwood, Calif.

NCAA Tournament NCAA College Cup

Various sites Cary, N.C.

Friday

Nov. 15-Dec. 1 Dec. 6 & 8

* Pac-12 game Home games listed in bold ^ USC Reunion Weekend

TIME 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 4:30 p.m. CT 11 a.m. CT

3 p.m. 11 a.m. 5 p.m.

All times local to game site

(Pac-12 Net.) - televised by Pac-12 Networks

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Location:..................................Los Angeles, Calif., 90089 University Telephone:.............................. (213) 740-2311 Founded:.................................................................1880 Size: ...............................................................150 Acres Enrollment:..........................................................33,000 President:............................................... C. L. Max Nikias Athletic Director:.............................................Pat Haden Senior Woman Administrator:..................... Donna Heinel Colors:................................................Cardinal and Gold Nickname:.................................... Trojans/Women of Troy Fight Song:.....................................................“Fight On” Conference:.......................................................... Pac-12 Home Stadium (surface, capacity):............ McAlister Field ............................................. (natural grass, 1,000) Senior Associate A.D. (soccer responsibilities):......Steve Lopes Women’s Soccer Head Coach:................ Ali Khosroshahin Coach’s Telephone:................................. (213) 740-3849 Record at USC:.......................... 74-43-13 (.619), 6 years Overall Coll. Coaching Record:.150-83-19 (.633), 12 years Assistant Coach.........................................P.J. Woolridge Assistant Coach:...........................................Laura Janke Vol. Assistant Coach:...................................Trevor Mutch Director of Operations:.......................... Marihelen Tomer 2012 Overall Record:............................................ 6-10-3 2012 Postseason:................................................... None 2012 Conference Record/Finish:....................3-6-2, t-6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost:................................ 22 / 7 Starters Returning/Lost:......................................... 10 / 1 First Women’s Soccer Team:.....................................1993 All-Time Record:.................. 231-143-40 (.606), 20 years NCAA Appearances (record):.......................12 (13-11-1) NCAA Best Finish:........................2007 NCAA Champion Women’s Soccer SID:....................................Darcy Couch SID Office Phone:................................... (213) 740-8480 SID Fax:.................................................. (213) 740-7584 SID Cell (Couch):.................................... (213) 725-3447 SID Email:.............................................dcouch@usc.edu

Quick Facts..................................................... 1 2013 Season Outlook................................. 2-3 McAlister Field............................................... 3 Head Coach Ali Khosroshahin...................... 4 Assistant Coaches.......................................... 5 2013 Team Roster.......................................... 6 Support Staff................................................. 6 Player Bios • Seniors................................. 7-11 Player Bios • Returners........................... 12-18 Player Bios • Newcomers....................... 20-23 2012 Statistics.............................................. 24 2012 Game Results...................................... 25 2012 Pac-12 Conference Recap................... 26 All-Time Win-Loss Records.......................... 27 Honors & Awards................................... 28-29 Individual & Team Records.................... 30-31 All-Time Roster & Individual Statistics...... 32-33 2007 NCAA Championship Collage....... 34-35 Year-by-Year Results............................... 36-38 Opponent Series Records....................... 39-40 Credits The 2013 USC women’s soccer media guide was written and designed by Darcy Couch, assistant sports information director. Photos by Figge Photography, AP Images, Dan Avila, Bill Barrett, Tony Duffy, Sam Haythorn, Heston W. Quan and Jeff Sipsey.

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D/MF Autumn Altamirano

here’s been some moving and shaking going on at USC. The Trojan women’s soccer team has been in the midst of a culture shift, but the dust has settled. And the Women of Troy are now ready to shake things up in the soccer scene. What was a young roster with a limited amount of senior leadership in 2012 is now a more experienced and supremely captained group of Trojans in 2013. The bright future to come began to flash late last season, as a tumultuous year began to find some stability at the tail end of Pac-12 play when USC went toe-to-to with its national ranked conference foes and capped the year with an overtime win over then-No. 2 UCLA. That was a long-awaited proof that the Trojans were finally carving their own path, and that the balance of power was finally tipping toward Troy. Eight juniors and seniors and 10 sophomores return to provide that core of stability for the Women of Troy this year, joined by a load of 12 newcomers that USC head coach Ali Khosroshahin believes present a perfect fit into this new culture club of Trojans. “It’s a completely different vibe since I’ve been here,” Khosroshahin said. “This is a year where the way we go about our business should be entrenched into the program. We know the type of player it takes to be successful, and at USC it takes a special type of kid. We have a team of believers. A team that wants to represent USC and will do anything to get that job done and accomplish the mission.” Mission control is largely manned by USC’s eight upperclassmen this season. They’ve been in the trenches for the Trojans as the program took hits and rosters thinned due to injuries. The 2013 USC roster is five seniors strong this year, marking a changing of the guard that has brought some standout leadership to the forefront. A transfer last season, Jordan Marada not only was the Trojans’ top scorer in 2012, she has fit into USC’s veteran core like a charm, as she takes up her senior season as a Trojan alongside Autumn Altamirano, Haley Boysen, Mia Bruno and Elizabeth Eddy. There are three juniors on the list this year, but only Jessica Musmanno began her collegiate career at Troy. Alex Quincey and Caroline Stanley played their first seasons as Trojans last year, but, like Marada, they’ve taken a natural shine to Cardinal and Gold as they continue to be key forces in the USC game plan. “The older ones have been doing a really good job of getting the younger ones acclimated. They’ve already done more things to educate the younger ones this year than we probably we have in the last three years,” Khosroshahin said. “I think as a whole they want it together. It’s been good that they’ve been able to spread out the responsibilities not only to the seniors, but juniors and sophomores. It’s all about team this year.” For the USC sophomore class, freshman year is but a distant memory. The current group, which came into 2012 as a set of 10 new Trojans looking to make their mark. At the close of their first season, they accomplished

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something that few freshmen classes had managed -- a dramatic win over rival UCLA, which was then ranked No. 2 in the nation. That was the confidence boost the young Trojans needed to charge them up for the next stage in their USC careers, and the 2013 class of sophomores are undoubtedly locked in for more success. Six of them are entering 2013 already with goals on their career count. Katie Johnson had three in 2012, joined by Marlee Carrillo, Erin Owen, Megan Borman, Jamie Fink and Whitney Pitalo with goal tallies last season. USC played a program-record nine overtime games last year, going 2-43 in that span. What’s more, 13 games finished as one-goal decisions, of which the Trojans were on the losing end eight times. In Pac-12 play, all but three conference matches stretched into OT. Safe to say the name of the game this season will be to get the job done in the first 90 minutes, and the 2013 Trojans certainly have the balance, backbone and firepower to make it happen. “When you have that many overtime games and one-goal games, and look at how many of these games we dominated until it fell apart, that’s attributed to other things than soccer. One of the things was chemistry,” Khosroshahin said. “Our chemistry was off, and this year the chemistry feels pretty special. We have a quality group of young women this year.” USC welcomes 12 new Women of Troy to the turf for 2013. It’s a crew packed with talent and potential for immediate impact on the pitch. U.S Under-20 national teamers Mandy Freeman and Kayla Mills may be the headliners, but the 12-pack of new Trojans is clearly deep and versatile. Natalie Donaldson is the only transfer in the mix this season, as the California native comes back west from Auburn. The rest of the new crew are all freshmen -- a class near the size and with similarly diverse skills to last year’s group of now-seasoned newcomers. Khosroshahin’s confidence in his 2013 incoming group is already ironclad, as their addition to the roster has only intensified the chemistry of this 2013 Trojan roster. “If a team doesn’t have a good rapport and good trust, it’s hard to fake it in a game,” Khosroshahin said. “The commitment level from everyone is very high. They’re focused. Their ideas of the game plan are already pretty advanced for this time of the year, so we’re excited to see where we can take it.”

FORWARDS

Depth has been a luxury that loomed just out of reach of the Trojans the past few seasons. This year, however, USC is cashing in. Even with Jeanette Jimenez and Jensen Toner on the sidelines with injuries, every position is covered, with backup, and further backup for that backup. USC’s battalion of forwards make the Trojan front lines especially daunting for opponents. With 10 career goals accumulated in her previous three seasons at Troy, senior Elizabeth Eddy stands out as USC’s top gun on the attack. Sophomore Katie Johnson’s skill on the ball is undeniable, and she’ll again be a lock up front. A starting role is also in the cards for freshman Kayla Mills, whose speed and international experience as a member of

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the U.S. Under-20 National Team has her prepped for impact as a Trojan. Another freshman with international experience is Tanya Samarzich, who has been competing for Mexico through the Under-17 and Under-20 levels and has also played on the full Mexican National Team. In addition to Eddy, more veteran experience comes from junior Jessica Musmanno, who has a nose for goal along with the strength to get there. Returners Heather Davis and Tamara Mejia, too, are tabbed for duty up front, along with exciting newcomers Savannah Levin, Rachel Smith, Natalie Donaldson and Natalie Gigg. “We definitely have depth up front,” Khosroshahin said. “They’re very dynamic, and I think the depth is going to be a lot for teams to have to deal with.”

MF Jordan Marada

last season, and the 6-1 Trojan returns to the defensive corps along with the speedy and versatile sophomore Whitney Pitalo. That crew will take a stand in front of USC’s goalkeeping unit, which led by junior Caroline Stanley, who logged 1,721 minutes of action in 18 appearances last year. She’s joined by freshman goalkeeper Ashylnn Ramos for 2013 to form a potent Trojan tagteam in goal. “This team has been working really hard, but more importantly they’ve been working pretty smart,” Khosroshahin said. “The only thing we’re worried about it is executing our gameplan, efficiently executing our jobs on the field, and how well we work together. That’s it. That’s our focus.”

MIDFIELD

The heart of the USC gameplan also happens to boast a powerful beat in the form of seasoned and skilled midfielders Jamie Fink, Jordan Marada and Haley Boysen. That trio provided eight goals and seven assists last season. Now a sophomore, Fink stands tall as the centering force in the midfield, with seniors Marada and Boysen providing further strength on the outside. There’s a depth charge in the middle as well. Alex Quincey, who was a quick fit in the midfield as a sophomore transfer last season, brings back her height and savvy, as does sophomore Megan Borman. Quincey and Borman combined for five goals last year in their first season as Trojans. Meanwhile, sophomore Dana Schwartz is in line for increased time in the midfield, and freshman Darya Fenton has midfield duties on her docket as well. “We’ve got just as much depth in the midfield as we do up front, Khosroshahin said. “We almost feel like we could play one group on Friday and another group on Sunday. Going into this season, this is the first time in a long time that our healthy returners outnumber our incoming kids.”

McAlister Field

Beginning with the 1998 season, the USC women’s soccer team no longer had to share a practice field with the football team, as the Women of Troy received a field all their own. Thanks to a $150,000 donation from Hobart and Soni McAlister, a new field was built on the corner of 30th and Hoover. During the 2000 season, a permanent scoreboard was installed. USC boasts a 71-29-11 (.689) record at McAlister Field, with the 2002 season representing the first time that every regular-season home game was played at the facility. Before 2002, several games were held at the Los Angeles Coliseum, and the Trojans have played a few select games at the Coliseum as well in the past six years.

DEFENSE

In past seasons, the Trojan back line had felt almost like a revolving door as injuries peppered the lineup and new faces filled the gaps. For 2013, the USC defense has a shape and a stability that Khosroshahin feels good about. The Trojan defense won’t have to be piecemeal anymore. Senior Autumn Altamirano, who was called to defensive duties last season when injuries cut into the depth in the back, returns with her speed and savvy to a defender’s role. Fellow senior Mia Bruno is USC’s most veteran defender, boasting vision and experience as a defensive anchor. Sophomore Marlee Carrillo reprises her role in the center of the Trojan defense, from which she also manufactured five assists in her freshman season. The youth movement, too, is alive and well in the back to bring even more reliable depth to the defense. Under-20 National Team defender Mandy Freeman has a starting role in her near future as a freshman. Fellow freshmen Moriah Earley and Nosa Ogiamien are also athletic options for the Trojans, accompanied by Dominique Randle, who was sidelined last year by injury. Sophomore Erin Owen was a lock on defense for USC

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Coaching Staff

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Ali KHOSROSHAHIN

Ali Khosroshahin enters his seventh season at the helm of the USC women’s soccer program, having guided the Women of Troy to a National Championship in his first season and to NCAA appearances in four of the past six years. In 2007, Khosroshahin became the first coach to win the national title in his first season with his program, and accumulated a number of other firsts for himself and the Trojans.After leading USC to the first NCAA title for the program and for the Pac-10, Khosroshahin was named the National Coach of the Year by the NSCAA, SoccerBuzz and Soccer America. Also named the SoccerBuzz West Region Coach of the Year, Khosroshahin had garnered a career-best win total with USC’s 20-3-2 overall record in 2007. In 2008, Khosroshahin (pronounced ho-SRO-sha-HEEN) guided the Trojans into the NCAA Tournament once again, reaching the NCAA Third Round and finishing with a 16-5-2 overall record. Khosroshahin’s 2009 and 2010 Trojans also reached the NCAA Tournament, appearing in the First Round in 2009 and the Second Round in 2010, where USC fell to eventual champion Notre Dame. His overall coaching career record now stands at 150-83-19 (.633) with a 74-43-13 (.619) mark in six seasons at USC. In his 12 seasons as a head coach, Khosroshahin’s teams have made a combined seven NCAA appearances, including USC’s four straight trips in his first four seasons at Troy. Khosroshahin also coaches in the Olympic Development Program as the assistant coach for the Cal South ‘96 born girls, which won the national championship in March 2013. In the summer of 2012, he saw three of his former players compete for their respective countries at the 2012 Women’s World Cup. U.S. Olympic gold-medalist Amy Rodriguez was a member of the World Cup champion Team USA squad, while Marlene Sandoval competed for Mexico and Karen Bardsley played for England. In summer 2008, Khosroshahin traveled to Africa to participate in workshops supporting the Sport for Social Change Initiative, which is working to establish a network for organizations promoting the development of girls soccer programs in Kenya. Also, as assistant coach of the Under-17 Mexican National Team, Khosroshahin was in Trinidad & Tobago to coach Mexico at the CONCACAF qualifying tournament for the 2008 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup. Khosroshahin came to Troy after spending six years as the head women’s coach at Cal State Fullerton. While coaching the Titans, he was honored as the Big West Coach of the Year three times, as he guided the team to three NCAA Tournament appearances. The Titans had winning seasons in each of Khoroshahin’s six years there (2001-2006). Khosroshahin recorded a number of milestones during his time at Cal State Fullerton after taking over a fledgling program that had posted winning records only twice in its previous eight-year history. He won 64.8% of his matches (76-40-6), including a 34-13-3 (71.0%) league mark. His 76 overall wins and 34 Big West victories were more than the school had totaled in either category before he took over. Before taking over at Cal State Fullerton, he was an assistant with the Titans’ women’s and men’s programs for four years (1997-2000). He began his coaching career in 1992 as the boys varsity head coach at Canyon High in Anaheim (Calif.), where he was the Century League Coach of the Year in 1993. He then was the girls varsity head coach at

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7th Season 74-43-13 (.619) at USC

2007 NSCAA National Coach of the Year 2007 SoccerBuzz National Coach of the Year 2007 Soccer America National Coach of the Year 2007 SoccerBuzz West Region Coach of the Year

Ali's Head Coaching Record Year School 2001 CSF 2002 CSF 2003 CSF 2004 CSF 2005 CSF 2006 CSF 2007 USC 2008 USC 2009 USC 2010 USC 2011 USC 2012 USC USC/Pac-12 6 years CAREER 12 years

W 13 12 9 11 19 12 20 16 12 13 7 6 74 150

OVERALL L T PCT 7 0 .650 5 1 .694 8 2 .526 8 1 .575 4 0 .826 8 2 .591 3 2 .840 5 2 .739 6 3 .643 6 3 .659 13 0 .350 10 3 .395 43 13 .619 83 19 .633

CONFERENCE W L T PCT (Conf.) 8 1 0 .889 (Big West) 6 3 0 .667 (Big West) 3 5 1 .389 (Big West) 7 1 1 .833 (Big West) 6 1 0 .857 (Big West) 4 2 1 .643 (Big West) 6 2 1 .722 (Pac-10) 5 3 1 .611 (Pac-10) 4 3 2 .556 (Pac-10) 5 3 1 .611 (Pac-10) 4 7 0 .364 (Pac-12) 3 6 2 .364 (Pac-12) 27 24 7 .526 61 37 10 .611

San Marino (Calif.) High in 1994. He broke into the collegiate ranks in 1994, serving as a graduate assistant with the men’s team at his alma mater, Cal State Los Angeles. He then became a full-time women’s and men’s assistant there for three seasons (1995-97). Khosroshahin also has coached at the international level. He was an assistant with Mexico during the 1999 Women’s World Cup, was on the staff of Mexico’s U-19 Women’s National Program in 2004 and the U-20 squad in 2005 and helped the Mexican women’s team prepare for the 2004 Olympics. He also assisted during the U.S. Women’s Indoor Soccer Victory Tour following their 1999 Women’s World Cup title and even coached the U.S. National team during a match. Khosroshahin was a two-year (1989-90) letterman at Cal State Fullerton before transferring to Cal State Los Angeles for his final two seasons (1991-92). He played two years (1995-96) with the Standard Falcons and then 1997 with the Valley Eagles in the United Systems of Independent Soccer Leagues (USISL). He has his “A” coaching license, with the U.S. Soccer Federation. Born Feb. 26, 1970, Khosroshahin received his bachelor’s degree in business administration (marketing management emphasis) from Cal State Los Angeles in 1994. He and his wife Allison reside in Los Angeles.

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Laura Janke enters her seventh season as assistant coach at USC. A previous assistant to and former player for Ali Khosroshahin at Cal State Fullerton, Janke’s responsibilities at Troy largely have involved working with the defense and goalkeepers — an aspect of the game with which she has a considerable amount of experience. Her work with USC goalkeeper Kristin Olsen in 2007 helped push the Trojans to the 2007 NCAA Championship, as Olsen set a program record with 12 shutouts and was named a Honda Award finalist. “Laura is the glue that keeps this program run-

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ning,” head coach Ali Khosroshahin says of Janke. “She is well on her way to becoming an excellent head coach herself. Her work with the goalkeepers is truly under-appreciated by everyone on the outside, but we know what an impact she has with our keepers.” As a player at Cal State Fullerton, Janke was a four-year letterwinner and a two-time All-Big West Conference selection. She holds school career records in goalkeeper victories (24), saves (234), shutouts (13) and minutes played (4,513) and set the Titans’ single-season shutouts record with six in her senior year. As a sophomore, she notched 99 saves to stand No. 2 all-time in single-season saves at CSF. Janke graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 2004 with her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and completed her master’s in kinesiology in 2006.

P.J. WOOLRIDGE

P.J. Woolridge enters his third season as assistant coach with USC women’s soccer. He came to Troy from the University of San Diego, and also spent eight seasons at Cal Poly. Woolridge spent three seasons as an assistant at San Diego after serving as an assistant at Cal Poly for eight seasons. The Mustangs won four straight Big West championships during that time, and reached the NCAA Tournament five times. It was at Cal Poly that Woolridge and Khosroshahin first began their competitive coaching clashes, as Khosroshahin was at the helm of another Big West power, Cal State Fullerton. During Woolridge’s three seasons at San Diego, he continued to face off with Khosroshahin’s teams at USC, and the Toreros made runs to the NCAA Tourna-

Trevor MUTCH

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ment all three seasons that Woolridge was there. As a player, Woolridge was a four-year starter at Cal Poly, where he helped lead the Mustangs to the 1995 Division I playoffs and also was a two-time first-team all-conference honoree. He still holds Cal Poly program records with career matches played (72) and started (72) as well as game-winning goals in a season. He is a 2000 graduate of Cal Poly with a degree in psychology. Woolridge grew up in San Jose, Calif., and is a 1995 graduate of Leland High School, where he lettered four times in soccer as a midfielder and forward and served as team captain for two seasons. His four teams posted a combined 7015-5 record and Woolridge was named All-City four times and All-Santa Clara County twice as he scored 55 goals and 68 assists in his prep career. He also was a two-time High School All-American (1994, 1995) and played on the Youth National Team in 1991 and 1993. Woolridge and his wife Alli and daughter Rylan live in Long Beach.

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS Eloy INTERN LOPEZ • 4th Season

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Trevor Mutch enters his third season as a volunteer assistant coach at USC. A competitive youth club coach for U-9 to U-17 levels for the past eight years, Mutch holds a USSF National C coaching license. As a player, Mutch was an All-American at Claremont McKenna, where he also was a First-Team All-SCIAC player in each of his four years as a starter. During his time at Claremont McKenna, he set the school’s all-time scoring record with 80 career goals, which currently ranks him 11th in the NCAA Div. III record books. Following his undergraduate studies, Trevor spent a year coaching soccer at Loyola College Preparatory before attending graduate school at Santa Clara. He became heavily involved in coaching youth club soccer while pursuing a dual JD/MBA program at Santa Clara University School of Law and Business, which he completed in March 2007. Raised in La Cañada, Calif., Mutch attended St. Ignatius of Loyola College Preparatory in Los Angeles. During his senior year of high school, he led his team to the 1998 CIF Division I title and was named the CIF Division I Offensive Player of the Year. The school subsequently retired his #9 jersey.

Eloy Lopez is in his fourth season with the women’s soccer program and is currently working to promote the program in the Trojan Family and strengthen alumni relations. He runs the team’s social media platforms and handles alumni relations. Lopez has prior experience in promoting as student-officer for the “Orange Curtain” student cheering section for athletic events at Cal State Fullerton. He also worked in Community Relations with the Los Angeles Galaxy. As an athlete, he was three-year letter-winner in cross-country and track and field at El Rancho High School (Pico Rivera, Calif.) and went on to compete in at Cerritos College (Norwalk, Calif.). Born in Bellflower, Calif., and raised in Pico Rivera, he earned his bachelor’s degree in American Studies (2009) from Cal State Fullerton. Lopez is currently pursuing a master’s in educational counseling as USC’s Rossier School of Education.

Marihelen TOMER Marihelen Tomer is in her first season as Director of Operations for USC women’s soccer. A legendary Trojan, Tomer scored the game-winning goal to claim the 2007 NCAA Championship for the Women of Troy as USC became the first Pac-12 team to win a women’s soccer national title. A 2007 NCAA All-Tournament Team honoree, Tomer graduated from USC in 2009 with degrees in sociology and psychology. After redshirting her first season at Troy due to a knee injury, Tomer came back strong and finished her USC career not only as a national champion, but also at No. 4 all-time in game-winning goals (9) and No. 11 in scoring (14 goals).

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Following graduation, the Diamond Bar native participated in the World Race, where she spent 11 months doing volunteer work in 11 different countries around the world. She has remained devoted to service, and recently started her own nonprofit organization, Luv Way Ministries. The mission of Luv Way is to build and run a children’s home in Kenya, where Tomer hopes to save the lives of Kenyan children. For more information, visit luvway.org

Coaching Staff

Laura JANKE

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2012 Roster

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2013 USC Soccer Roster

NO. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 33

NAME

Ashlynn Ramos Caroline Stanley Marlee Carrillo Jessica Musmanno Whitney Pitalo Dominique Randle Haley Boysen Mia Bruno Elizabeth Eddy Jeanette Jimenez^ Jordan Marada Autumn Altamirano Mandy Freeman Savannah Levin Natalie Gigg Erin Owen Jensen Toner Natalie Donaldson Kayla Mills Megan Borman Jamie Fink Heather Davis Darya Fenton Rachel Smith Moriah Earley Nosa Ogiamien Alex Quincey Dana Schwartz Tanya Samarzich Tamara Mejia Katie Johnson

* Has utilized redshirt season

POS.

GK GK D F F/D D MF D F/MF F MF D/MF D/MF F/MF F/MF D MF F/MF F/MF MF MF D MF F D/MF D/MF MF MF F F/MF F

HT.

5-9 5-10 5-11 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-3 5-6 6-1 5-8 5-3 5-9 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-4 5-10 5-10 5-7 6-1 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-9

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HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/UNIV.)

Fr. El Monte, Calif. (Vivian Webb School) Jr. Kansas City, Mo. (Lee’s Summit North HS/Missouri) So. San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS) Jr. Succasunna, N.J. (Roxbury HS) So. Salem, Ore. (South Salem HS) Fr.* Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline HS) Sr. Moorpark, Calif. (Harvard-Westlake HS) Sr. Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. (PV Peninsula HS) Sr. Newport Beach, Calif. (Newport Harbor HS) Fr.* San Dimas, Calif. (San Dimas HS) Sr. Mission Viejo, Calif. (Capistrano Valley HS/Saint Mary’s) Sr. Tustin, Calif. (Arnold O. Beckman HS) Fr. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (Atlantic HS) Fr. Newport Coast, Calif. (Tarbut V’Torah HS) Fr. Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Marymount HS) So. Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. (Chadwick School) Fr. Honolulu, Hawai’i (Punahou HS) So. Westminster, Calif. (Los Alamitos HS/Auburn) Fr. West Covina, Calif. (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy) So. Redlands, Calif. (Redlands HS) So. Calabasas, Calif. (Calabasas HS) So.* Newbury Park, Calif. (Thousand Oaks HS) Fr. Irvine, Calif. (University HS) Fr. Goleta, Calif. (Dos Pueblos HS) Fr. La Mirada, Calif. (La Serna HS) Fr. Placentia, Calif. (Esperanza HS) Jr. Chino, Calif. (St. Lucy’s Priory HS/UC Riverside) So. Sunnyvale, Calif. (Homestead HS) Fr. Upland, Calif. (Upland HS) So. Fort Worth, Texas (All Saints’ Episcopal School) So. Monrovia, Calif. (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy)

^ Will redshirt 2013 season

Head Coach: Ali Khosroshahin (Cal State Los Angeles 1994) Athletic Trainer: Hillery Magness Assistant Coach: P.J. Woolridge (Cal Poly 2000) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Kelly Dormandy Assistant Coach: Laura Janke (Cal State Fullerton 2004) Sports Psychology Consultant: Ken Ravizza Vol. Assistant Coach: Trevor Mutch (Claremont McKenna 2002) External Affairs Intern: Eloy Lopez Director of Operations: Marihelen Tomer Student Managers: Madison Kaplan & Nicole Zerunyan

Pronunciation Guide

Jessica Musmanno.......................muss-MAHN-oh Nosa Ogiamien........... noh-sah oh-gee-YA-myen Whitney Pitalo........................................pit-ALL-oh Tanya Samarzich............................sah-MAR-zitch Dana Schwartz....................................... DAWN-ah

Autumn Altamirano................. all-tah-mer-AHN-oh Marlee Carrillo....................................... car-EE-yo Laura Janke............................................ JANE-kee Ali Khosroshahin.......all-EE ho-SRO-sha-HEEN Tamara Mejia.............. ta-MARE-ah meh-HEE-ya

USC WOMEN’S SOCCER SUPPORT STAFF

Susie Cognetta

Academic Counselor

Darcy Couch

Women's Soccer Sports Information Director

Kelly Dormandy Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Madison Kaplan Student Manager

Hillery Magness Athletic Trainer

Ken Ravizza

Sports Psychology Consultant

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

Senior • 5-4 • D/MF

Tustin, Calif. • Arnold O. Beckman HS

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2010 (Fr.)

22-3

23

5

2

12

2

2011 (So.)

20-20

6

1

0

2

0

2012 (Jr.)

18-18

9

1

1

3

0

CAREER

60-41

35

7

3

17

2

THIS SEASON Autumn Altamirano enters her senior season at USC as an extremely versatile impact player for the Women of Troy. 2012: Team captain Altamirano started all 18 games in which she played in 2012, lined up primarily on defense for the Trojans... She scored an equalizer in the 89th minute at Arizona State and had an assist against Portland... Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2011: Altamirano assumed a new role on the back line for the Trojans following injuries to teammates... Started all 20 games for the Trojans... Scored one goal against Texas on Sept. 11... Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2010: Altamirano appeared in all 22 games and started five as a freshman... Was second on the team with five goals, also adding two assists to rank third on the team with 12 points in the season... Had two game-winning goals, first in overtime at Gonzaga and another in the 86th minute vs. UCLA... Her first career goal was vs. Oklahoma, when she also assisted on the game-winner. HIGH SCHOOL: Altamirano earned All-CIF First Team honors as a senior at Arnold O. Beckman High in Irvine, Calif.... A three-time all-league first-teamer, earned all-country second team honors as a senior... Team reached 2010 CIF section and regional finals... Named to ESPN RISE Winter All-America Team for California as a senior... Named U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete and earned Spirit of Victory and CIF Pursuing Victory with Honor awards in 2010... Selected to allleague second team as a freshman and a finalist for Rookie of the Year... Played club for Arsenal and CRSC Infinity... Also selected for 1992 ODP pool... An honor student and scholar athlete. PERSONAL: Altamirano is majoring in psychology and would like to pursue a career as a criminal profiler with the FBI... Parents are Gene and Yolunda... Her father played basketball at UC Riverside and overseas... Her aunt and uncle also attended USC... Enjoys watching basketball with her dad and shopping and watching movies with friends in her spare time... Lists Didier Drogba as her biggest sports hero... Would like to travel to Ecuador, Africa and Spain... Born Oct. 11, 1992.

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USC Seniors

11Autumn ALTAMIRANO

USC Seniors

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

6 Haley BOYSEN Senior • 5-5 • MF

Moorpark, Calif. • Harvard-Westlake HS

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GWG

2010 (Fr.)

22-8

26

3

2

8

1

2011 (So.)

20-10

13

2

1

5

1

2012 (Jr.)

18-11

9

2

1

5

0

CAREER

60-29

48

7

4

18

2

THIS SEASON Haley Boysen enters her senior season at USC as a weapon in the Trojan attack, boasting speed and skill on the ball. 2012: Boysen played in 18 games and started 11 as a junior... Scored two goals — against ASU and an equalizer against UCLA — and added an assist vs. San Diego... Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2011: Boysen appeared in all 20 games and started 10 as a sophomore... Had the game-winning goal at Illinois on Sept. 2... Also scored in opener vs. Long Beach State... Had an assist on USC’s fastest goal in program history, a score by Samantha Johnson 14 seconds into the match with WSU... Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2010: Boysen appeared in all 22 games and started eight as a freshman... Scored three goals and had two assists to finish with eight points in the season... Her first career goal was the game-winner in USC’s overtime win vs. Auburn... Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com’s All-Rookie Second Team. NATIONAL TEAMS: Boysen has been a member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team player pool... Invited to summer 2011 U-20 training camp. HIGH SCHOOL: Boysen was named to ESPN RISE Winter All-America Team for California as a senior out of Harvard-Westlake High in North Hollywood, Calif.... Team won Divison II CIF Championship in 2010 and reached 2009 finals... A two-time All-CIF first-team selection... As a senior, was named the Mission League MVP... Member of 2010 NSCAA/adidas High School All-American Team... Named the Mission League offensive MVP as a junior... Played club for Real SoCal and won the Far West Regional Championships in the Fall of 2009... Also played three years with the Eagles... Was a member of ODP for four years and won the national championship in 2008.... An honor student. PERSONAL: Boysen is majoring in communications... Parents are Hans and Terry... Has two siblings, Hans and Ryanne... Enjoys going to the beach with her friends in her free time... Lists Kobe Bryant as her biggest sports hero... Would like to travel to Italy, Greece, Spain, England and Puerto Rico some day... After graduation she hopes to play soccer professionally and then get a marketing job with Nike... Born Feb. 2, 1992.

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2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

Senior • 5-7 • D

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Asts

Pts

GWG

2010 (Fr.)

22-21

5

2

0

4

0

2012 (RS-So.)

13-12

3

0

0

0

0

CAREER

35-33

8

2

0

4

0

Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. • PV Peninsula HS THIS SEASON A lock on defense for the Trojans, Mia Bruno brings experience and savvy to the Trojan back line in her final season of action for USC. 2012: Back in action after being sidelined by a knee injury the previous year, Bruno played in 13 games and started 12 as a redshirt sophomore. 2011: Bruno missed the 2011 season due to a torn ACL sustained in the spring. 2010: Bruno appeared in all 22 games and started 21 as a freshman defender... Scored two goals to hold four points in the season... First career goal was vs. Northern Arizona... Also scored vs. Stanford. NATIONAL TEAMS: Bruno is a member of the U.S. Under-18 National Team Pool... Also a member of the Cal South Olympic Development Team since 2005... Attended 2006 U-14 ID National Camp, and was a member of the U-15 National Team in 2006 & 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: Bruno was named a 2008 and 2009 NSCAA All-American out of Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in Palos Verdes, Calif.... Also named to the 2008 and 2009 All-Area Bay League Team… Played club for Slammers FC, winning the State Championship in 2007 and 2010... A member of Spanish Honors Society and a CSF Gold Seal Bearer in 2010. PERSONAL: Bruno is majoring in communications… Parents are Steve and Elizabeth... Has two sisters, Natalie and Hannah, and one brother, Joseph... Her favorite food is curry and her favorite movies are ‘Donnie Darko’ and ‘The Graduate’… Would like to take a road trip across the country with friends and go backpacking in Europe… Enjoys going to the beach, biking, and reading… Lists Kobe Bryant as her biggest sports hero… Born April 18, 1992.

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USC Seniors

7 Mia BRUNO

USC Seniors

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

8

Elizabeth EDDY Senior • 5-5 • F/MF

Newport Beach, Calif. • Newport Harbor HS

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GWG

2010 (Fr.)

21-20

35

5

3

13

0

2011 (So.)

20-17

31

4

2

10

2

2012 (Jr.)

18-18

26

1

3

5

0

CAREER

59-55

92

10

8

28

2

THIS SEASON Elizabeth Eddy enters her senior season at USC as a sneaky and skilled striker for the Trojans. 2012: Eddy played in and started 18 games as a junior... Scored the equalizer in the 86th minute at San Diego... Also had three assists on the season — one vs. UCLA and two game-winning assists in victories over Washington and Utah... Earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2011: Eddy was USC’s top goal-scorer as a sophomore with four goals, including two game-winners... Also added two assists to finish with 10 points on the year... Earned All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention... Also picked up Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention... First career game-winner was vs. Washington on Oct. 14... Next game-winning goal was vs. Arizona... Also scored vs. Pacific and Purdue, with assists at Portland and vs. ASU. 2010: Eddy was second on the team in scoring with five goals as a freshman... Also was second in points with 13, thanks to three assists on the year... Had a hat trick vs. Cal on Oct. 10, which was the first three-goal outing by a Trojan in a Pac-10 game since 1997... Assisted on the overtime game-winner vs. Gonzaga... Named to Pac-10 All-Freshman Team... Earned TopDrawerSoccer.com’s All-Rookie Honorable Mention. NATIONAL TEAMS: Eddy has been a member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team player pool... Won silver at the 2008 U-17 Women’s World Cup as a member of the U.S. U-17 National Team... A member of the U-20 Women’s National Team that won the 2010 CONCACAF Championship to qualify for the World Cup... Also trained with U-16 and U-18 teams. HIGH SCHOOL: Eddy was named a 2009 and 2010 PARADE All-American out of Newport Harbor High in Newport Beach, Calif.... Named to ESPN RISE Winter All-America Team for California as a senior... Nominated for Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior and senior... Earned two all-league first-team honors... Also competed as a sprinter in track and was on the surf team.. Team won the state surf championship her senior year, and she was an individual state champion as a junior... Named Orange Coast League MVP in 2006 as a freshman after leading the league in goals (14) and assists (15)... Also a member of the sailing team, placing fifth in 2006 at the West Coast Regionals... Played club soccer for SoCal Blues, winning the 2007 National Championship and reaching three state cup finals... An honor student. PERSONAL: Eddy is majoring in business... Parents are Park and Linda... Father Park played water polo at USC and was a member of the U.S. National Team... He also sailed in the Americas Cup... Has three siblings, Parker, Clara and Hunter... Brother Parker is a member of the USC men’s water polo team... Uncle Andy Eddy played football at USC in 1985... Great grandfather Arnold Eddy was a head administrator in the USC Athletic Department in the 1930s and early 1940s... Has always wanted to sail around the South Pacific and go sky diving... After graduation she hopes to play for the Olympic team... Her biggest sports heroes are Tim Tebow and Mia Hamm... Has worked as a surf instructor and as a youth group leader... Born Sept. 13, 1991.

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2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER 2012 (Jr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-19

56

5

5

15

3

Senior • 5-8 • MF

Mission Viejo, Calif. • Capistrano Valley HS/St. Mary’s THIS SEASON Jordan Marada enters her second season at USC as one of the most dangerous players on the field for the Trojans, wielding a strong foot for set plays and finishing as well as deft skills on the ball. 2012: Marada played her first season at USC as a junior transfer... She played in and started all 19 games... Scored a team-high five goals and led the team with three game-winners... Also provided a team-high five assists to finish as the team leader in points with 15... Scored in her first game as a Trojan, tallying the game-winner in the 74th minute against Cal State Fullerton... Also had her first assist in that game... Also scored the game-winner against Utah and later had the winner in overtime against UCLA. AT SMC: Marada was a two-time All-WCC First Team honoree at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif... Was the first SMC freshman since 1992 to be named to the first team... Set a school record with 12 assists as a sophomore... Scored 16 goals and had 17 assists, with five total game-winning goals in her two seasons... Led team with 30 points in sophomore season and with 19 points as a freshman... Registered two two-goal games... Twice named WCC Player of the Week... Started 37 games with 38 appearances... Also named to the 2010 WCC All-Freshman Team. HIGH SCHOOL: Marada was a four-time all-league honoree out of Capistrano Valley High... Also earned first-team all-county and all-CIF as a senior... A threetime all-league first-teamer, led league in scoring as a senior... As a junior, again led league in assists with 15 and was third in goals with 11... Named to the Orange Country Register Player to Watch list in 2009 and 2010... Also earned ESPN Rise Top Player and All-American State honors in 2010... Played club for Laguna Hills Eclipse and SoCal Blues, winning two league championships and 2010 USYSA national title... An honor student. PERSONAL: Marada is majoring in psychology... Parents are John and Julie... Has one brother, Jake... Grandfather Orin Hertzmann also attended USC... Enjoys photography, baking and going to the beach in her free time... Lists Lionel Messi and Julie Foudy as her biggest sports heroes... Has always wanted to learn to play the guitar... Hopes to travel to Germany and Manchester, England... Would like to work for the Lakers and continue to play soccer after graduation... Born Feb. 25, 1992.

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USC Seniors

10Jordan MARADA

USC Returning Players

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

20Megan BORMAN

2012 (Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-5

35

2

0

4

1

Sophomore • 5-10 • MF

Redlands, Calif. • Redlands HS THIS SEASON Megan Borman enters her second season at USC as a key in USC’s attacking game, boasting strength in the air as well as a dangerous ground game. 2012: Borman played in all 19 games and started five as a freshman... Scored two goals, both in a win over Saint Mary’s in which she recorded the game-winner with her first goal as a Trojan. HIGH SCHOOL: Borman was her team’s top scorer for two seasons at Redlands (Calif.) High with 31 goals... Named to All-CIF Southern Section DII Third Team in 2010 and Second Team in 2009... A two-time all-league honoree... Team reached CIF semifinals in 2009... Also added 16 assists in two seasons... Played club for SoCal Blues, FC Breakaway and Arsenal FC... Won 2008, 2009 and 2010 National Cup championships... A member of 1994 ODP Player Pool in 2007... An honor student. PERSONAL: Borman has not declared a major, but hopes to pursue a career in writing... Parents are Rich and Kristin... Has two sisters, Ana Esail and Samantha Borman... Sister Samantha ran cross country at Cal State San Bernardino... Says her most thrilling sports moment was winning National Cup championships with three different club teams... Enjoys snowboarding in fresh powder, going to the beach and spending time with friends and family in her free time... Lists Lionel Messi as her biggest sports hero... Has always wanted to drive a Rolls Royce, design a dream house, write a book, finish a marathon and go helicopter snowboarding... Would like to travel to Venice, Paris, Manchester City, Sydney and Madrid... Hopes to be a sports writer for the New York Times or write for the Wall Street Journal after graduation... Born Sept. 21, 1994.

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Marlee CARRILLO

2012 (Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-15

15

1

5

7

0

Sophomore • 6-0 • D

San Clemente, Calif. • San Clemente HS THIS SEASON Marlee Carrillo enters her second season at USC with the height and the skill to remain a force on the Trojan back line while also bringing power in the air for set plays. 2012: Carrillo played in all 19 games and started 15 as a freshman... Provided a team-high five assists and scored one goal... First career goal was in USC’s opener against Cal State Fullerton... First career assist was against Saint Mary’s. HIGH SCHOOL: Carrillo reached the state final in 2010 with San Clemente (Calif.) High... Also won 2010 and 2011 league championships and reached CIF Division I finals in 2010 and 2011... Played club for West Coast Futbol and United Futbol... Trained at U.S. Under-18 camp in October 2011... Also played volleyball as a freshman... An honor student. PERSONAL: Carrillo is majoring in human performance with plans to pursue a career in physical therapy... Parents are Mark and Tiffany... Has one sister, Mikaela... Mother Tiffany played volleyball at LMU, and sister Mikaela plays soccer at Idaho State... Enjoys playing beach volleyball with friends in her free time... Favorite food is cereal... Has always wanted to be able to whistle... Hopes to travel to Greece, Spain, Mexico, Portugal, Switzerland... Active as a soccer coach for the Boys & Girls Club... Born July 16, 1994.

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2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER 2012 (RS-Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

1-0

0

0

0

0

0

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-19

12

1

1

3

0

RS Sophomore • 6-1 • F/D

Newbury Park, Calif. • Thousand Oaks HS THIS SEASON Heather Davis is a lofty addition to the USC defensive unit as she enters her second season of action with the Trojans. 2012: Davis played in one game as a redshirt freshman, making an appearance vs. Portland. 2011: Davis missed her first season at USC due to a torn ACL sustained in high school. HIGH SCHOOL: Davis earned first team all-league honors as a senior our of Thousand Oaks (Calif.) High... Was team captain as a junior and senior... Team won 2009 Marmonte League championship... Played club for Slammers FC, CZ Elite and Camarillo Eagles... An honor student. PERSONAL: Davis is majoring in psychology... Parents are Brett and Sandy Davis... Father is the captain of the Los Angeles Fire Department, and played basketball at San Diego State and Cal State Northridge... Has two sisters, Lisa and Kristi, and one brother, Brian... Her grandfather Loren also attended USC... Most thrilling sports moment was when the Angels won the 2002 World Series on her birthday... Enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding and camping in her free time... Lists Cristiano Ronaldo as her biggest sports hero... Would like to travel to Australia and Hawai’i, and hopes to play pro soccer and backpack through Europe after graduation... Born October 29, 1993.

21Jamie FINK

2012 (Fr.)

Sophomore • 5-9 • MF

Calabasas, Calif. • Calabasas HS THIS SEASON Jamie Fink enters her second season at USC as the Trojans’ linchpin in the middle, offering up stellar distribution skills and vision. 2012: Fink played in and started all 19 games as a freshman... Was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team... Scored one goal and had one assist... First career goal as a Trojan was against Oregon State... Assisted on USC’s game-winner vs. San Diego in the 90th minute. HIGH SCHOOL: Fink was named to the 2012 All-CIF Southern Section First Team as a freshman out of Calabasas (Calif.) High... Also named league MVP as a senior and was the league’s offensive co-MVP in 2011... A twotime all-county team selection... Played club for Real SoCal, winning 2004 State Cup, 2004 Cal South National Cup and 2005 and 2011 Surf Cup... Also won 2010 Region IV ODP title and 2011 ODP State Team National Championship... An honor student. PERSONAL: Fink is majoring in communications and hopes to pursue a career in sports or entertainment marketing or management... Parents are Howard and Laurie... Has one sister, Amanda, who was an All-American tennis player at USC... Enjoys hanging out with her friends in her free time... Lists her sister Amanda as her biggest sports hero... Born March 21, 1994.

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USC Returning Players

22Heather DAVIS

USC Returning Players

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

9 Jeanette JIMENEZ

finish first at 2010 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying tournament. HIGH SCHOOL: Jimenez was named to the all-area first team by the San Gabriel Valley Tribune as a senior out of San Dimas (Calif.) High... Finished career undefeated in league play... Also earned All-CIF Southern Section honors in 2012.. A two-time all-league honoree and league all-academic recipient... Team reached CIF Division VI Championship game in 2011... Played in 69 games with 61 career goals and 38 assists... Played club for Real SoCal, LAFC and Crown City... Active in student government, an honor student.

RS Freshman • 5-7 • F

San Dimas, Calif. • San Dimas HS

THIS SEASON Jeanette Jimenez enters her first season of competiPERSONAL: Jimenez is majoring in kinesiology and hopes to pursue a career as tion after being sidelined last year by injury. a sports medicine physician... Parents are Alvaro and Lourdes... Has two siblings, 2012: Jimenez redshirted her first season due to Christian and Israel... Brother Christian played collegiate soccer at South Florida and professionally for Chivas USA and Real Salt Lake... Lists Mia Hamm as her injury. biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are chiliquiles, carne picada and chicken NATIONAL TEAMS: Jimenez was a member of the alfredo pasta... Has always wanted to skydive, surf and swim with dolphins... Mexican Under-17 National Team... Helped Mexico Would like to travel to Brazil, Spain and Germany... Born May 16, 1994.

33Katie JOHNSON

2012 (Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-15

29

3

1

7

0

Sophomore • 5-9 • F

Monrovia, Calif. • Flintridge Sacred Heart Acad. THIS SEASON Katie Johnson enters her second season at USC with a nose for goal and on-ball skills that make her a big threat for opposing defenses. 2012: Johnson played in all 19 games and started 15 as a freshman... Scored three goals and added one assist... First career goal was against Minnesota... Also scored twice vs. Portland... First career assist was vs. ASU. HIGH SCHOOL: Johnson was an All-American and a three-time all-league firstteam selection out of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Canada, Calif.... Named league MVP as a senior... Also a two-time all-CIF first team honoree... Named league’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2010... Team won 2011 CIF Southern Section DI championships and was league champions in 2009 and 2011... Scored 57 goals in her career... An All-Academic Team honoree 2009-11... Won 2011 ODP National Championship with Region IV team... Member of Under-18 National Team pool... Played club for Crown City United and Arsenal FC... Won 2010 National Cup title with Arsenal FC... An honor student. PERSONAL: Johnson is majoring in policy, planning and development and is interested in pursuing a career in business... Parents are Dennis and Esther... Has one sister, Isabelle, who also is on the USC soccer team... Lists winning the CIF championship as her most thrilling sports moment... Says Alex Morgan is her biggest sports hero... Has always wanted to be on a game show... Active in her church youth group... Hopes to one day travel to Bora Bora... Would like to play pro soccer overseas and travel the world after graduation... Born Sept. 14, 1994.

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2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER 2012 (Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

5-0

0

0

0

0

0

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USC Returning Players

32Tamara MEJIA

Sophomore • 5-8 • F/MF

Fort Worth, Texas • All Saints’ Episcopal School THIS SEASON Tamara Mejia enters her second season at USC as an athletic member of the Trojan roster. 2012: Mejia played in five games as a freshman... First appearance was vs. San Diego on Sept. 2. HIGH SCHOOL: Mejia was a three-sport athlete at All Saints’ Episcopal School in Fort Worth, Texas, competing in soccer, track and field hockey... A four-time AllNorth Zone honoree and two-time all-league pick... Team finished as league runner-up in 2011... Played club for Sting ECNL and Solar Red... Won 2010 and 2011 USYS national championships and 2010 Region III and ECNL titles... An honor student. PERSONAL: Mejia has not decided on a major... Parents are Cesar and Cecilia... Has three siblings, Tatiana, Giovanni and Jahir... Father Cesar played basketball for the Panama National Team and at Case Western Reserve University... Has always wanted to travel abroand and hopes to visit Africa and Panama... Born Sept. 8, 1994.

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Jessica MUSMANNO Junior • 5-4 • F

2011 (Fr.)

14-5

0

0

1

1

0

2012 (So.)

14-1

8

0

2

2

0

CAREER

28-6

8

0

3

3

0

Succasunna, N.J. • Roxbury HS THIS SEASON Jessica Musmanno enters her third season at USC as a physical and versatile member of the Trojan roster. 2012: Musmanno played in 14 games and started one as a sophomore... Provided two assists — first on the game-winner vs. Cal State Fullerton and one on the equalizer vs. Cal State Northridge. 2011: Musmanno appeared in 14 games and started five as a freshman... Had one assist vs. San Diego on Aug. 21... Sidelined by injury late in the season. HIGH SCHOOL: Musmanno is a two-time all-county first-teamer out of Roxbury High in Succasunna, N.J.... Selected a Wendy’s High School Heisman Finalist as senior in 2010... Also earned First Team All-State honors in 2010... Named to Daily Record All-Area First Team in 2008 and 2009... All-conference first team pick in 2008 and 2010... Team won conference championship in 2007 and 2008 and county championship in 2007... Played club for Jersey Crew, Montclaire Thunderbolts and PDA Tsunami... Played on New Jersey State team from 2005-10 and was a member of the Region I player pool... An honor student. PERSONAL: Musmanno is majoring in business... Parents are Christopher and Leticia... Has three sisters, Alyssa, Lydia and Gianna... Enjoys watching movies and going to the beach in her free time, and enjoys baking and decorating... Lists fellow New Jersey native Heather O’Reilly as her biggest sports hero... Born March 6, 1993.

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USC Returning Players

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

15Erin OWEN

2012 (Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-18

15

1

3

5

0

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Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

19-6

9

2

0

4

0

Sophomore • 6-1 • D

Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. • Chadwick School THIS SEASON Erin Owen enters her second season at USC as a reliable force in the back as well as a lofty option for the Trojans on the attack. 2012: Owen played in all 19 games and started 18 as a freshman... Scored one goal and had three assists... First career goal was against Saint Mary’s... Had assists vs. Portland and ASU. HIGH SCHOOL: Owen was a four-time all-league honoree our of Chadwick School in Palos Verdes, Calif... Named to All-CIF third team in 2009... As a sophomore, named to All-CIF first team and selected to Daily Breeze all-area team... Played club for Slammers, reaching 2012 national championship. PERSONAL: Owen has not declared a major but would like to pursue a career in marketing... Mother is Erin... Has two siblings, Billy and Kelly... Kelly is a member of the USC track and cross country teams... Enjoys cooking, going to the beach and kayaking in her free time... Lists Peyton Manning as her biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are steak and chocolate milk... Has always wanted to scuba dive at the Great Barrier Reef... Would like to travel to Costa Rica and Italy... Active in community service as a teacher’s aid at schools around Los Angeles... Born March 10, 1994.

4 Whitney PITALO

2012 (Fr.)

Sophomore • 5-8 • F/D

Salem, Ore. • South Salem HS THIS SEASON Whitney Pitalo enters her second season at USC as a speedy member of the Trojan transition game and front-line force. 2012: Pitalo played in all 19 games and started six as a freshman... Scored two goals... First career goal as a Trojan was vs. Saint Mary’s... Also scored at Arizona. HIGH SCHOOL: Pitalo competed in soccer, basketball and track and field at South Salem High in Oregon... Was a three-time all-league first-teamer and three-time all-valley selection...Named 2010 and 2011 Offensive Player of the Year by the Statesman Journal... Honored as 2011 Female Athlete of the Year by Salem Sports and Breakfast Club... Earned first-team all-state honors from The Oregonian in 2010 and 2011... A nominee for Oregon Sports Awards 2010 Prep Athlete of the Year... Scored 66 goals and had 47 assists in career, including 24 goals and 19 assists as a senior... Played club for Cascade FC, Osurego Southside and Portland Rain, winning State Cup with Cascade in 2008... Competed for Region IV and Oregon ODP... An honor student. PERSONAL: Pitalo is majoring in sociology and hopes to pursue a career in social work or criminal profiling... Parents are Thomas and Jeanette... Has four siblings, Ben Johnson and Valerie, Alicia and Holly Pitalo... Enjoys spending time with friends and family, relaxing and watching movies in her free time... Lists Hope Solo as her biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are macaroni and cheese, watermelon and Mexican... Would like to travel to Egypt and Brazil... Hopes to play for the U.S. National Team... Active in volunteer work with Face Aids... Born Jan. 25, 1994.

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2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER 2012 (So.)

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Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

10-7

15

3

2

8

0

Junior • 6-1 • MF

Chino, Calif. • St. Lucy’s Priory HS/UC Riverside THIS SEASON Alex Quincey enters her second season at USC as a important physical presence in the midfield. 2012: Playing in her first season at USC as a sophomore transfer from UC Riverside, Quincey appeared in 10 games with seven starts... Scored three goals in that span, with her first career goal as a Trojan coming against Duke... Also had a two-goal outing at ASU... Provided two assists — against Saint Mary’s and Minnesota. AT UCR: Quincey played one season at UC Riverside... Started 11 games and appeared in 18... Scored one game-winning goal and had three assists... An honor student. HIGH SCHOOL: Quincey was a two-sport star in soccer and basketball at St. Lucy’s Priory in Glendora, Calif.... A two-time all-league first-team selection in basketball in three years... Played soccer as a senior, named to allleague first team... Selected for 1992 ODP Pool... Played club soccer for Arsenal FC, winning 2007 regionals and 2006 U.S. Club Soccer National Championship... An honor student. PERSONAL: Quincey is majoring in communication and hopes to pursue a career in sports... Parents are Robb and Bernadette... Has one brother, Nick... Mother Bernadette played volleyball at UC Riverside... Enjoys going to the beach and hanging out with friends and family in her free time... Lists Rafael Nadal as her biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are paella and fish tacos... Has always wanted to go skydiving... Would like to travel to New Zealand and Switzerland... Hopes to participate in Soccer Without Borders and go to grad school after graduation... Born Nov. 22, 1992.

5 Dominique RANDLE RS Freshman • 5-6 • D

Sammamish, Wash. • Skyline HS THIS SEASON Dominique Randle enters her first season of competition at USC. 2012: Randle redshirted her first season at USC due to injury. HIGH SCHOOL: Randle was named ESPN Rise’s Player to Watch as a sophomore at Skyline High in Sammamish, Wash.... Team won league and state

28Dana SCHWARTZ

titles in 2008... In 2009, won state championship again and was named to all-league second team... As a junior, named to all-league first team... Won league title and reached state semifinals... Received 2010 all-state honorable mention... Injured in senior season after named to ESPN Rise’s Fall Starting Eleven... As a junior, anchored defense that had 13 shutouts and allowed a record-low nine goals, while adding four assists... 2009 team had nine shutouts... Played club for Eastside FC, winning 2012 state championship... Played in ODP for Region IV and Washington State... Active in student government, an honor student. PERSONAL: Randle is majoring in human performance and hopes to pursue a career in physical therapy... Parents are Cathy and Ivory... Has three siblings, Brittanee, Ivory and Kaelani... Father Ivory played football at Washington... Sister Brittanee plays soccer at Missouri... Enjoys watching TV, playing in the sun and eating in her free time... Lists Kobe Bryant as her biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are pizza and ice cream... Has always wanted to swim with dolphins... Would like to travel to Paris, Rome, Greece, London and Australia... Born Dec. 10, 1994.

2012 (Fr.)

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Asts

Pts

GWG

1-0

0

0

0

0

0

Sophomore • 5-6 • MF

Sunnyvale, Calif. • Homestead HS THIS SEASON Dana Schwartz enters her second season at USC. 2012: Schwartz played in one game as a freshman, against Saint Mary’s on Aug. 24. HIGH SCHOOL: Schwartz earned all-league honors as a freshman out of Homestead High in Cupertino, Calif... Played club for PSV Union... Involved in Cal North ODP... A scholar-athlete and honor student. NATIONAL TEAMS: Schwartz is a member of Israel’s Under-19 National Team. PERSONAL: Schwartz is majoring in business... Parents are Gadi and Yolanda... Has one sister, Lee... Enjoys reading, hiking and spending time with friends and family in her free time... Lists FC Barcelona player Xavi as her biggest sports hero... Favorite food is her mom’s pizza... Has always wanted to ride in a hot air balloon... Would like to travel to Greece, Italy and Spain... Hopes to play soccer professionally after graduation... Born Sept. 10, 1994.

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27Alex QUINCEY

USC Returning Players

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Caroline STANLEY

2012 (So.)

GP-GS

GA

Avg.

Saves

Pct.

W-L-T

Minutes

SO

18-17

32

1.67

95

.748

5-10-3

1721:47

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Junior • 5-10 • GK

Kansas City, Mo. • Lee’s Summit North HS/Missouri THIS SEASON Caroline Stanley enters her second season at USC as the Trojans’ go-to goalkeeper, who boasts great hands and athleticism in backing up the USC defense. 2012: A spring addition to the Trojan program, Stanley played in 18 games and started 17 as a sophomore... Made 95 saves on the year with 32 goals allowed... Posted shutouts vs. Washington and Utah... Set her career high with 12 saves vs. ASU... Also hit double figures with 10 saves vs. Oregon State... Had nine saves vs. Oregon... Went 5-10-3 in goal in 2012. AT MISSOURI: Stanley played one season at Missouri before transferring to USC in spring 2012... Appeared in four games, making four saves and allowing no goals. NATIONAL TEAMS: Has competed with the U.S. Under-20 National Team... With U.S. Under-17 team, played in CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying... With Under-15 team, had the penalty kick save to beat Costa Rica. HIGH SCHOOL: Stanley earned back-to-back Goalkeeper of the Year honors from the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association... Posted 11 shutouts and allowing just 18 goals in 21 games during her senior season at Lee’s Summit North High in Lee’s Summit, Mo.... Had at least two saves in every shootout she’s played in... Earned 2010 and 2011 Class 3 first-team all-state honors and was an Examiner All-Area first team selection... Played club for KCFC Intensity, Scream and Pink Panthers... Won four state titles and won 2011 summer nationals with KCFC, making three saves in a shootout to win... An honor student... Was class treasurer. PERSONAL: Stanley is majoring in psychology... Parents are David and Kelly... Has two siblings, Abbey and Logan... Father David played football at Oklahoma State and Bethany College... Says her most thrilling sports moment was winning the 2011 summer nationals with KCFC... Enjoys photography, drawing and writing in her free time... Also enjoys outdoor activities... Favorite food is sushi... Has always wanted to skydive, swim with sharks and travel around the world... Hopes to one day visit New Zealand and Greece... Would like to either continue to play soccer or work for ESPN after graduation... Active in Athletes in Action and Campus Crusade... Born March 16, 1993.

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17Natalie DONALDSON Sophomore • 5-6 • F/MF

Huntington Beach, Calif. • Los Alamitos HS/Auburn

against South Carolina on Sept. 28. HIGH SCHOOL: Donaldson was an All-County and First Team All-CIF selection out of Los Alamitos High... Also named to the 2012 All-Star Team and the ESPN Rise Dream Team... An honor student... Played club for Slammers FC. PERSONAL: Donaldson has not decided on a major... Parents are John and Julie... Has one brother, Kevin.

THIS SEASON Natalie Donaldson enters her first season at USC as a transfer from Auburn. AT AUBURN: Donaldson played in 25 games and started 12 as a true freshman at Auburn, which reached the NCAA Second Round in 2012... Scored one goal and had four assists... First career goal was

25Moriah EARLEY

Scored the game-winner in the 2013 CIF semifinals... Played club for Tustin United. PERSONAL: Earley is majoring in human biology... Parents are Sonya and Darin... Has four siblings, Micah, Melody, Melea and Mishael... Her brother Micah also attends USC... Enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing music and walking her dogs in her free time... Lists Kobe Bryant as her biggest sports hero... Hopes you travel to Europe... Born July 19, 1995.

Freshman • 5-10 • D/MF

La Mirada, Calif. • La Serna HS THIS SEASON Moriah Earley enters her first season at USC. HIGH SCHOOL: Earley was named CIF Division V MVP as a senior out of La Serna High... Helped La Serna to the 2013 CIF Championship... Also named league MVP and the Daily News Player of the Year...

23Darya FENTON

PERSONAL: Fenton is majoring in international relations and hopes to pursue a career in international law... Parents are Maryam and Michael... Has one brother, Devin... Her father sailed at Univ. of Rhode Island, and her grandfather Bud Fenton played soccer at Penn State... Enjoys hiking, reading, surfing and camping in her free time... Has always wanted to backpack across Europe... Hopes to travel to Prague, Italy, Spain and Ireland... Active in Exchange Club of Irvine... Involved in student government in high school... Has traveled to Mexico for community service projects... Born Sept. 23, 1995.

Freshman • 5-4 • MF

Irvine, Calif. • University HS THIS SEASON Darya Fenton enters her first season at USC. HIGH SCHOOL: Fenton was a second team allleague honoree at University High in Irvine, Calif.... Earned her team’s Coaches Award in 2012... Played club for West Coast FC, SoCal Blues and FC Blades... An honor student.

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Freshman • 5-8 • D/MF

Royal Palm Beach, Fla. • Atlantic HS

PERSONAL: Freeman has not decided on a major... Parents are Hazel Lucas and Mark Freeman... Has three siblings, Ashley Harris, Tiara Smith and William Freeman... Her sister Ashley played soccer, softball and ran track at Florida... Her sister Tiara played soccer at South Alabama... Her mother Hazel was on NATIONAL TEAMS: Freeman is a member of the the track and field team and danced at Rutgers... Lists beating Canada in the U.S. Under-20 National Team... Competed in Un- Under-17 World Cup qualifiers as her most thrilling sports moment... Enjoys der-17 World Cup qualifying... Has also been a drawing, painting and reading in her free time... Has always wanted to work member of the U.S. Under-15 and Under-14 teams. on a farm and go cave-diving... Hopes to travel to Italy, Australia, China and Japan... Born March 23, 1995. THIS SEASON Mandy Freeman enters her first season at USC.

14Natalie GIGG

Freshman • 5-6 • F/MF

more... Led league in scoring in 2012 and 2013... Won league titles in 2020, 2012 and 2013 and was 2012 CIF Southern Section Division IV champion... State runner-up in 2013 and Division IV SoCal Regional champion in 2012... Reached 2013 CIF Southern Section final... Also ran track... Played club for Westside Breakers... An honor student. PERSONAL: Gigg is majoring in business administration and hopes to become

Pacific Palisades, Calif. • Marymount HS a CEO of a Fortune 500 company... Parents are Paul and Irene... Has one brother,

Andrew, who also attends USC... Says her most thrilling sports moment was watching the USA women win the 1999 World Cup... Enjoys going to the beach, running, hiking and horseback riding in her free time... Lists Lionel Messi as her HIGH SCHOOL: Gigg was named league MVP as a biggest sports hero... Has always wanted to go hang-gliding... Hopes to travel junior and senior out of Marymount High in Los An- to Brazil, Argentina, Great Barrier Reef, China and Africa... A member of USC geles... Also a two-time All-CIF Division IV first team Marshall Partners... Born Nov. 9, 1994. honoree... Was a second team all-league pick as a freshman and all-league first-teamer as a sophoTHIS SEASON Natalie Gigg enters her first season at USC.

13Savannah LEVIN

championships from 2008-2011 and the national championship in 2011... A class representative and honor student.

PERSONAL: Levin has not decided on a major... Parents are Desmond and Diane... Has one sister, Camille, and one brother, Jay... Jay also attends USC, and Camille played soccer at Stanford... Lists watching Spain beat Holland in Freshman • 5-3 • F/MF the 2010 World Cup final as her most thrilling sports moment... Enjoys watchNewport Coast, Calif. • Tarbut V’Torah HS ing TV, reading, going to the beach and spending time with family in her free time... Has always wanted to go deep-sea scuba diving... Hopes to travel to THIS SEASON Tahiti and Greece... In high school, went on trips to Cook Islands and Thailand Savannah Levin enters her first season at USC. for volunteer community service... Hopes to go on to graduate school... Born HIGH SCHOOL: Levin was named league MVP all May 21, 1995. four years at Tarbut V’Torah in Irvine, Calif.... Led her team in scoring and was a four-time first team allleague selection... Played club for Slammers FC... Competed with Cal South ODP, winning regional

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12Mandy FREEMAN

HIGH SCHOOL: Freeman was named an NSCAA High School All-American from 2011-13 out of Atlantic Community High in Delray Beach, Fla.... Scored 10 goals and had 12 assists as a senior... A two-time all-county first team pick and four-time all-conference first team selection... Also was the district champion in the 100m, 200m and long jump form 2010-13... Played club for Boca United, Team Boca and Renegades/Coral Springs United.

USC Newcomers

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

18Kayla MILLS

at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy... A two-time All-American... Named 2013 league MVP and to All-CIF Southern Section First Team... Helped team win 2012 CIF Division I championship... Played club for Slammers FC and Barcelona FC... Won regional and national championships in ODP... An honor student.

PERSONAL: Mills is majoring in human biology... Parents are Karen and Kevin... Has three siblings, Korinne, Kiara and Keyon... Korinne played soccer at Carnegie West Covina, Calif. • Flintridge Sacred Heart Acad. Mellon... Enjoys reading, watching TV, eating and spending time with friends in her free time... Has always wanted to go on a cruise... Hopes to travel to THIS SEASON Greece... Would like to travel and continue to play soccer after graduation... Kayla Mills enters her first season at USC. Born Nov. 8, 1995. NATIONAL TEAMS: Mills is a member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team... Has also competed for the U.S. Under-17 Team.

Freshman • 5-9 • F/MF

HIGH SCHOOL: Mills competed in soccer and track

26Nosa OGIAMIEN

and 2012... As a senior, was named to all-county third team and 2013 league Defensive MVP... Helped Esperanza win 2010, 2011 and 2012 league titles and 2010 CIF and state championships... Team held 39-game unbeaten streak from 2010-11... Played club for Jusa Select, Chelsea SC and West Coast FC... An honor student.

Freshman • 5-7 • D/MF

PERSONAL: Ogiamien is majoring in occupational therapy... Parents are Iyamu and Ebegue... Has three siblings, Ehis, AB and Amen... Lists scoring the final penalty kick as a freshman in the 2010 CIF final as her most thrilling sports THIS SEASON moment... Enjoys listening to music and watching movies in her free time... Nosa Ogiamien enters her first season at USC. Lists Thierry Henry as her biggest sports hero... Has always wanted to attend a HIGH SCHOOL: Ogiamien was a four-time all- World Cup... Hopes to travel to London, France and her home country, Nigeria... league first team selection out of Esperanza High in Plans to go on to grad school to become an occupational therapist... Born Oct. Anaheim, Calif... Named a 2012 NSCAA All-Ameri- 19, 1995. can along with All-CIF first team and all-county second team honors... Picked as league MVP in 2011

Placentia, Calif. • Esperanza HS

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Ashlynn RAMOS

Arsenal FC, Legends FC and Eagles SC... An honor student.

Freshman • 5-9 • GK

El Monte, Calif. • Vivian Webb School THIS SEASON Ashlynn Ramos enters her first season at USC. HIGH SCHOOL: Ramos was a three-time all-league first team honoree out of Vivian Webb School in Claremont, Calif... Named league MVP as a senior... Also ran track and cross country... Played club for

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PERSONAL: Ramos has not decided on a major... Parents are Michelle and Richard... Has two brothers, Brendan and Richard... Her mother Michelle received her bachelors and masters degrees at USC... Enjoys rock climbing and listening to music in her free time... Favorite foods are Asian foods... Has always wanted to skydive, ride a horse, go on a hot air balloon ride and visit all the California beaches... Hopes to travel to Amsterdam, Thailand, Australia, Chile and New Zealand, and wants to see the Northern Lights and go to the top of the Statue of Liberty... Born Aug. 20, 1995.

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Freshman • 5-8 • F

Upland, Calif. • Upland HS THIS SEASON Tanya Samarzich enters her first season at USC.

HIGH SCHOOL: Samarzich was an all-league first team selection all four years at Upland High... Named 2013 Inland Valley Player of the Year... Played in 72 games in her high school career, scoring 91 goals with 52 assists... Played club for Legends FC. PERSONAL: Samarzich has not decided on a major... Parents are Ivan and Coco... Has four siblings, Ivan, Alex, Nadia and Erika... Has always wanted to go skydiving... Would like to continue playing soccer after graduation... Born Dec. 29, 1994.

NATIONAL TEAMS: Samarzich is a member of the Mexican Under-20 National Team and has also been a member of the Mexican Under-17 Team... Competed at the 2012 FIFA Under-20 World Cup and 2010 FIFA Under-17 World Cup for Mexico.

24Rachel SMITH

career, scoring 40 goals with 25 assists... Played club for Santa Barbara Soccer Club and Eagles... Was in ODP summer pool in 2010 and 2011... A member of Dos Pueblos Triathlon Club... An honor student.

PERSONAL: Smith has not decided on a major... Parents are Scott and Michelle, Has one sister, Megan... Her father Scott went to grad school at USC after playing football at Cal (1980-84)... Her uncle David played rugby at Cal; aunt Sue Goleta, Calif. • Dos Pueblos HS Eccleston played basketball at Chico; uncle Tom Eccleston played baseball at Chico State and for the Brewers; Her grandfather Jim Smith played football at THIS SEASON Penn State and for the Rams... Grandfather Tom Eccleson played baseball at Rachel Smith enters her first season at USC. West Point... Enjoys going to the beach and playing in the ocean in her free HIGH SCHOOL: Smith was a three-time all-league time... Lists Michelle Akers as her biggest sports hero... Hopes to travel to Fiji, first team pick out of Dos Pueblos High in Goleta, Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia and Zimbabwe... Active in her church... Born Jan. Calif.... Earned All-CIF Southern Section honors in 21, 1995. 2012 and 2013... A second team all-league pick as a freshman in 2010... Played in 72 games during her

Freshman • 5-10 • F

16Jensen TONER Freshman • 5-8 • MF

Honolulu, Hawai’i • Punahou HS

championships with Leahi... Playing with the Abunai Boys Soccer Academy, won many state championships... An ODP state team member and 2011 Region IV player pool member... An honor student. PERSONAL: Toner has not decided on a major... Parents are Aundrea and John... Has four siblings, Jocelyn, Janelle, Jet and Leo... Enjoys going to the beach in her free time... Has always wanted to visit New York... Also hopes to travel to Australia and Japan... Born Sept. 10, 1994.

THIS SEASON Jensen Toner enters her first season at USC. HIGH SCHOOL: Toner was an all-state first team selection as a senior out of Punahou High in Honolulu, Hawaii... Also named to 2011 Meadow Gold AllTournament Team... Played club for Abunai Soccer Academy and Leahi 95 Premier... Won three state

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2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER 2012 Statistics

Record

Score

Overall: 6-10-3 (Home: 4-7-0; Away: 2-3-3; Neut: 0-0-0) Conf: 3-6-2 — 6th place (Home: 3-3-0; Away: 0-3-2)

Attendance

Overall: 12,158 (640 average) Home: 6,610 (601 average) Away: 5,548 (694 average) Neutral: 0 (0 average) # Player 10 Marada, Jordan 17 Johnson, Samantha 27 Quincey, Alex 33 Johnson, Katie 2 Carrillo, Marlee 6 Boysen, Haley 8 Eddy, Elizabeth 15 Owen, Erin 20 Borman, Megan 4 Pitalo, Whitney 21 Fink, Jamie 11 Altamirano, Autumn 3 Musmanno, Jessica 31 Juarez, April 13 Noriega, Kristina 16 Caparis, Elizabeth 7 Bruno, Mia 26 Moehling, Hannah 23 Garcia, Courtney 18 Shields, Darrah 32 Mejia, Tamara 28 Schwartz, Dana 24 Baptiste, Arielle 22 Davis, Heather 1 Stanley, Caroline 00 Sugerman, Faith Total Opponents

Player Statistics

G-S 19-19 18-16 10-7 19-15 19-15 18-11 18-18 19-18 19-5 19-6 19-19 18-18 14-1 10-0 8-7 14-2 13-12 8-0 11-1 1-0 5-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 18-18 2-1 19 19

Goals 5 5 3 3 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 34

Goalkeeper Statistics Goalkeeper Sugerman, Faith Stanley, Caroline TEAM Total Opponents

Assists 5 2 2 1 5 1 3 3 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 35

G-S Minutes GA GAA 2-1 111:05 2 1.62 18-17 1721:47 32 1.67 0-0 0:00 0 0.00 19 1832:52 34 1.67 19 1832:52 27 1.33

Points 15 12 8 7 7 5 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 81 103

SV 7 95 2 104 118

Shots 56 51 15 29 15 20 26 15 35 9 12 9 8 1 9 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 321 288

SV% W-L-T .778 1 -0 -0 .748 5 -10 -3 1.000 0 -0 -0 .754 6 -10 -3 .814 10 -6 -3

GW 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 SO 0.0 2.0 0.0 2 5

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Results — Team Comparisons Goals

Assists

Shots

CKs

YCs

(USC / Opp) (USC / Opp)

(USC / Opp)

(USC / Opp)

3/2

2/2

17/19

8/5

2/1

Marada

4/1

4/1

26/8

7/3

2/2

Borman

1/4

2/3

16/15

3/5

0/1

1/2

1/3

13/14

3/4

1/1

1/2

0/3

21/8

3/2

2/1

1/1

1/2

24/10

9/4

3/0

3/2

2/3

18/8

6/4

0/0

2/3

4/2

22/10

4/3

0/0

1/0

1/0

24/9

10/3

0/0

4/5

5/6

14/35

4/9

1/2

1/1

1/1

15/24

1/2

0/1

1/1

0/0

26/21

8/2

1/4

0/1

0/1

13/21

0/6

2/2

0/4

0/2

12/11

4/10

0/2

1/0

1/0

9/12

2/1

1/1

0/1

0/1

12/11

2/9

2/0

0/1

0/2

12/25

3/10

1/1

0/1

0/0

15/14

3/4

0/0

3/2 27/34

3/3 27/35

12/13 321/288

2/7 82/93

0/0 18/19

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM / OPPONENT for each category * Pac-12 game Home games in CAPS

USC Opponents

GWG

(USC / Opp)

at Cal State Fullerton W 3-2 SAINT MARY’S W 4-1 MINNESOTA L 1-4 DUKE L 1-2 SAN DIEGO L 1-2 at Cal State Northridge T 1-1 at San Diego W 3-2 PORTLAND L 2-3 WASHINGTON * W 1-0 at Arizona State * L 4-5 at Arizona * T 1-1 at Oregon State * T 1-1 at Oregon * L 0-1 at Washington State * L 0-4 UTAH * W 1-0 COLORADO * L 0-1 STANFORD * L 0-1 CALIFORNIA * L 0-1 UCLA * W 3-2 Totals 27-34

1st 8 11

Score by Periods 2nd 17 19

1OT 2 1

2OT 0 3

Miscellaneous

Corner Kicks: USC 82, Opponents 93 Fouls: USC 235, Opponents 207

Total 27 34

S. Johnson

S. Johnson

Marada

Marada

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USC 1, Washington 0 (OT) — Sept. 21 (McAlister Field) Scoring: USC — S. Johnson (Eddy), 99:49. Saves: Stanley (USC) 4, Davidson (UW) 7. Shots: USC 24, UW 9 Corners: USC 10, UW 3 Fouls: USC 12, UW 13 Att.: 275

W USC 4, Saint Mary’s 1 — Aug. 24 (McAlister Field) Scoring: USC — Owen (Quincey, Carrillo), 9:30; USC — Borman (Marada),

L Arizona State 5, USC 4 (2OT) — Sept. 28 (Tempe, Ariz.) Scoring: USC — Boysen (S. Johnson), 21:19; ASU — Farquharson (Williams,

23:58; SMC — Minissian (Roby), 52:25; USC — Borman, 62:16; USC — Pitalo (Marada), 63:09. Saves: Stanley (USC) 5, Sugerman (USC) 1, Brenot (SMC) 6, Jones (SMC) 4. Shots: USC 26, SMC 8 Corners: USC 7, SMC 3 Fouls: USC 14, SMC 7 Att.: 340

Tinnin), 26:24; ASU — Farquharson (Goodman), 43:20; ASU — Tinnin (Roth), 59:43; USC — Quincey (Marada), 69:23; USC — Quincey (Owen), 82:38; ASU — Farquharson (McCarter), 88:12; USC — Altamirano (Carrillo, K. Johnson), 88:12; ASU — Goodman (Farquharson), 100:40. Saves: Stanley (USC) 12, Morris (ASU) 3. Shots: USC 14, ASU 35 Corners: USC 4, ASU 9 Fouls: USC 9, ASU 4 Att.: 404

L Minnesota 4, USC 1 — Aug. 26 (McAlister Field) Scoring: USC — K. Johnson (Carrillo, Quincey), 24:57; MINN — Uhl (Helver-

T USC 1, Arizona 1 (OT) — Sept. 30 (Tucson, Ariz.) Scoring: USC — Pitalo (Juarez), 36:49; ARIZ — Culver (Ponce), 87:27.

son), 25:50; MINN — Wodnick, 27:16; MINN — Uhl (Phillips), 68:35; MINN — Phillips (Uhl), 72:29. Saves: Stanley (USC) 5, Parkhill (MINN) 5. Shots: USC 16, MINN 15 Corners: USC 3, MINN 5 Fouls: USC 11, MINN 9 Att.: 673

L #4 Duke 2, USC 1 — Aug. 31 (McAlister Field) Scoring: USC — Quincey (Marada), 5:43; DUKE — DeCesare (Weinberg),

62:15; DUKE — DeCesare (Doria, Weinberg), 69:49. Saves: Stanley (USC) 5, Cambell (DUKE) 4. Shots: USC 13, DUKE 14 Corners: USC 3, DUKE 4 Fouls: USC 16, DUKE 11 Att.: 646

L San Diego 2, USC 1 — Sept. 2 (McAlister Field) Scoring: USC — Marada, 7:12; USD — Ferreira (Dillon, Dotson), 21:33; USD — Butera (Dillon), 69:09. Saves: Stanley (USC) 3, Tollack (USD) 7. Shots: USC 21, USD 8 Corners: USC 3, USD 2 Fouls: USC 14, USD16 Att.: 397

T USC 1, Cal State Northridge 1 (OT) — Sept. 9 (McAlister Field) Scoring: CSUN — Sakajian (Norton, Fernandez), 72:06; USC — S. Johnson

(Musmanno), 73:52. Saves: Stanley (USC) 1, Jacobo (CSUN) 15. Shots: USC 24, CSUN 10 Corners: USC 9, CSUN 4 Fouls: USC 16, CSUN 10 Att.: 1027

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USC 3, San Diego 2 — Sept. 14 (San Diego, Calif.) Scoring: USD — Butera (Hobbs, Dotson), 25:21; USD — Ferreira (McCloskey), 39:25; USC — Marada (Boysen), 51:04; USC — Eddy, 85:37; USC — S. Johnson (Fink), 89:45. Saves: Stanley (USC) 2, Tollack (USD) 5. Shots: USC 18, USD 8 Corners: USC 6, USD 4 Fouls: USC 6, USD 3 Att.: 850

L #19 Portland 3, USC 2 — Sept. 16 (McAlister Field) Scoring: PORT — Frisbie (Cruz), 34:50; PORT — Frisbie, 58:31; USC — K.

Johnson (Altamirano, S. Johnson), 60:03; USC — K. Johnson (Owen, Carrillo), 66:44; PORT — Cameli (Johnson), 68:24. Saves: Stanley (USC) 3, Dees (PORT) 5. Shots: USC 22, PORT 10 Corners: USC 4, PORT 3 Fouls: USC 13, PORT 10 Att.: 404

Saves: Stanley (USC) 9, Kaufman (ARIZ) 10. Shots: USC 15, ARIZ 24 Corners: USC 1, ARIZ 2 Fouls: USC 27, ARIZ 10 Att.: 490

T USC 1, Oregon State 1 (OT) — Oct. 5 (Corvallis, Ore.) Scoring: USC — Fink, 70:33; OSU — OWN GOAL, 73:18.

Saves: Stanley (USC) 10, Prudhomme (OSU) 8. Shots: USC 26, OSU 21 Corners: USC 8, OSU 2 Fouls: USC 16, OSU 20 Att.: 332

L Oregon 1, USC 0 (1OT) — Oct. 7 (Eugene, Ore.) Scoring: ORE — Parr (Wagoner), 95:32.

Saves: Stanley (USC) 9, Steele (ORE) 3. Shots: USC 13, ORE 21 Corners: USC 0, ORE 6 Fouls: USC 18, ORE 10 Att.: 711

L Washington State 4, USC 0 — Oct. 12 (Pullman, Wash.) Scoring: WSU — Bremer, 6:55; WSU — Doyle (Vega), 41:36; WSU — Vega

(Jeffers), 81:27; WSU — Castain, 89:24. Saves: Stanley (USC) 3, Byrd (WSU) 4. Shots: USC 12, WSU 11 Corners: USC 4, WSU 10 Fouls: USC 12, WSU 24 Att.: 671

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USC 1, Utah 0 — Oct. 19 (McAlister Field) Scoring: USC — Marada (Eddy), 33:09. Saves: Stanley (USC) 5, Luke (UTAH) 4. Shots: USC 9, UTAH 12 Corners: USC 2, UTAH 1 Fouls: USC 15, UTAH 17 Att.: 333

L Colorado 1, USC 0 (2OT) — Oct. 21 (McAlister Field) Scoring: COLO — Barczuk (Stuller), 104:42.

Saves: Stanley (USC) 6, Brunner (COLO) 5. Shots: USC 12, COLO 11 Corners: USC 2, COLO 9 Fouls: USC 13, COLO 15 Att.: 373

L #1 Stanford 1, USC 0 (2OT) — Oct. 26 (Los Angeles Coliseum) Scoring: STAN — Garciamendez (Quon, Nogueira), 102:01.

Saves: Stanley (USC) 7, Oliver (STAN) 6. Shots: USC 12, STAN 25 Corners: USC 3, STAN10 Fouls: USC 9, STAN 7 Att.: 2235

L #21 California 1, USC 0 — Oct. 28 (McAlister Field) Scoring: CAL — Onumonu, 73:31.

Saves: Stanley (USC) 3, Kruger (CAL) 3. Shots: USC 15, CAL 14 Corners: USC 3, CAL 4 Fouls: USC 10, CAL 5 Att.: 406

W

USC 3, UCLA 2 (OT) — Nov. 2 (McAlister Field) Scoring: UCLA — Bywaters (Killion, Cline), 41:55; USC — Boysen, 54:44; USC — S. Johnson (Eddy), 80:01; UCLA — Mewis (Richmond), 88:29; USC — Marada (Owen, Carrillo), 99:57. Saves: Stanley (USC) 3, Rowland (UCLA) 2. Shots: USC 12, UCLA 13 Corners: USC 2, UCLA 7 Fouls: USC 8, UCLA 6 Att.: 528

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2012 Game Recaps

USC 3, Cal State Fullerton 2 — Aug. 17 (Fullerton, Calif.) Scoring: CSF — Burkenroad (Fox), 56:14; USC — Carrillo (Marada), 63:53; USC — S. Johnson (penalty kick), 73:51; USC — Marada (Musmanno), 74:43; CSF — Tangorra (Chapman), 88:15. Saves: Sugerman (USC) 6, Pulliam (CSF) 5. Shots: USC 17, CSF 19 Corners: USC 8, CSF 5 Fouls: USC 6, CSF 10 Att.: 1063

2012 Pac-12 Recap

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS POINTS 1. Bywaters, Zakiya-UCLA 2. Courtney Verloo-STAN 3. Onumonu, Ifeoma-CAL 4. Lindsay Elston-WASH 5. Farquharson, Cali-ASU Castain, Micaela-WSU 7. Miller, Megan-OSU 8. Chioma Ubogagu-STAN Vega, Brandi-WSU 10. Marshall, Devin-ASU Smith, Taylor-UCLA

GP Goals Ast. Pts. Avg/G 23 15 4 34 1.48 23 10 11 31 1.35 21 11 6 28 1.33 21 11 5 27 1.29 20 10 4 24 1.20 20 11 2 24 1.20 20 8 6 22 1.10 18 5 11 21 1.17 20 8 5 21 1.05 16 9 2 20 1.25 23 8 4 20 0.87

GOALS 1. Bywaters, Zakiya-UCLA 2. Castain, Micaela-WSU Onumonu, Ifeoma-CAL Lindsay Elston-WASH 5. Farquharson, Cali-ASU Courtney Verloo-STAN 7. Marshall, Devin-ASU 8. Stuller, Anne-COLO Vega, Brandi-WSU Miller, Megan-OSU Ponce, Jazmin-ARIZ Smith, Taylor-UCLA

GP 23 20 21 21 20 23 16 20 20 20 20 23

No. Avg/G 15 0.65 11 0.55 11 0.52 11 0.52 10 0.50 10 0.43 9 0.56 8 0.40 8 0.40 8 0.40 8 0.40 8 0.35

ASSISTS 1. Chioma Ubogagu-STAN Courtney Verloo-STAN 3. Tinnin, Courtney-ASU Richmond, Jenna-UCLA Rachel Quon-STAN 6. Killion, Sarah-UCLA Miller, Megan-OSU Onumonu, Ifeoma-CAL Dydasco, Caprice-UCLA 10. Carrillo, Marlee-USC Marada, Jordan-USC Krier, Quinn-COLO Vega, Brandi-WSU Guetlein, Kourtney-WSU Lindsay Elston-WASH Cline, Chelsea-UCLA

GP 18 23 20 23 24 17 20 21 23 19 19 20 20 20 21 22

No. Avg/G 11 0.61 11 0.48 7 0.35 7 0.30 7 0.29 6 0.35 6 0.30 6 0.29 6 0.26 5 0.26 5 0.26 5 0.25 5 0.25 5 0.25 5 0.24 5 0.23

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Bywaters, Zakiya-UCLA 2. Castain, Micaela-WSU Lindsay Elston-WASH Courtney Verloo-STAN 5. Onumonu, Ifeoma-CAL Alex Doll-STAN

GP 23 20 21 23 21 24

No. Avg/G 6 0.26 5 0.25 5 0.24 5 0.22 4 0.19 4 0.17

GOALS AGAINST AVG 1. Emily Oliver-STAN 2. Rowland, Katelyn-UCLA 3. Clair, Gurveen-WSU 4. Kruger, Emily-CAL 5. Kari Davidson-WASH 6. Steele, Abby-ORE 7. Luke, Lindsey-UTAH 8. Brunner, Annie-COLO 9. Prudhomme, Sammy Jo-OSU 10. Kaufman, Gabby-ARIZ

GP 16 20 16 21 20 19 17 20 13 20

GA 8 11 14 21 20 20 20 23 17 33

SAVES 1. Kaufman, Gabby-ARIZ 2. Stanley, Caroline-USC 3. Kari Davidson-WASH 4. Luke, Lindsey-UTAH 5. Prudhomme, Sammy Jo-OSU 6. Steele, Abby-ORE Kruger, Emily-CAL 8. Morris, Chandler-ASU 9. Brunner, Annie-COLO 10. Emily Oliver-STAN

GP 20 18 20 17 13 19 21 21 20 16

No. Avg/G 108 5.40 95 5.28 89 4.45 85 5.00 84 6.46 78 4.11 78 3.71 72 3.43 70 3.50 60 3.75

SHUTOUTS 1. Rowland, Katelyn-UCLA 2. Brunner, Annie-COLO Kruger, Emily-CAL 4. Kari Davidson-WASH Steele, Abby-ORE 6. Morris, Chandler-ASU

GP Shutouts Sho/G 20 11 0.55 20 7 0.35 21 7 0.33 20 6 0.30 19 6 0.32 21 5 0.24

Minutes GaAvg 1339:53 0.54 1740:58 0.57 1281:01 0.98 1856:19 1.02 1745:25 1.03 1710:06 1.05 1603:26 1.12 1814:42 1.14 1204:39 1.27 1883:01 1.58

FINAL STANDINGS W L Stanford 11 0 UCLA 8 2 California 8 3 Washington St. 6 4 Arizona St. 6 4 Oregon St. 3 5 Washington 3 6 USC 3 6 Utah 3 7 Oregon 3 7 Colorado 2 7 Arizona 2 7 ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM Zakiya Bywaters...........F...........Sr............................. UCLA Rachel Quon.................D...........Sr......................... Stanford Alina Garciamendez.....D...........Sr......................... Stanford Mariah Nogueira......... MF..........Sr......................... Stanford Betsy Hassett............. MF..........Sr,...................... California Emily Oliver................ GK.......... Jr......................... Stanford Sarah Killion............... MF......... So............................ UCLA Ifeoma Onumonu..........F........... Fr....................... California Abby Dahlkemper.........D.......... So............................ UCLA Chioma Ubogagu..........F.......... So........................ Stanford Jazmin Ponce...............F........... Jr.......................... Arizona ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM Brandi Vega..................F...........Sr.......... Washington State Jenna Richardson.........F........... Jr................. Oregon State Taylor McCarter.......... MF..........Sr................. Arizona State Rachael Doyle..............D........... Jr.......... Washington State Micaela Castain............F........... Jr.......... Washington State Devin Marshall..............F........... Jr................. Arizona State Lucretia Lee..................D...........Sr............................. UCLA Samantha Mewis........ MF......... So............................ UCLA Amy Barczuk.............. MF..........Sr........................ Colorado Emi Lawson..................D........... Jr....................... California Katelyn Rowland......... GK......... So............................ UCLA ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick (California, Jr., MF); Samantha Johnson (USC, Sr., MF/F); Scout Libke (Oregon, Sr., MF); Jenna Richmond (UCLA, Jr., MF); Courtney Verloo (Stanford, RS Jr., F); Lindsay Elston (Washington, Jr., MF); Lo’eau LaBonta (Stanford, RS So., MF); Caprice Dydasco (UCLA, So., MF); Cali Farquharson (Arizona State, Fr., F); Avery Ford (Utah, So., D); Kari Davidson (Washington, RS Sr., GK). PAC-12 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Ifeoma Onumonu..........F........... Fr....................... California Cali Farquharson..........F........... Fr................. Arizona State Taylor Smith..................F........... Fr............................. UCLA Laura Liedle..................D........... Fr......................... Stanford Isabel Farrell............... MF.......... Fr....................Washington Mariah Powers..............D........... Fr...........................Oregon Jamie Fink................. MF..........Fr............................... USC Maya Theuer................D........... Fr......................... Stanford Sammy Jo Prudhomme.GK........... Fr.................... Oregon State Madison Krauser........ MF.......... Fr........................ Colorado Lindsey Luke.............. GK....... RS Fr............................ Utah

TEAM RANKINGS POINTS 1. Stanford 2. UCLA 3. California 4. Washington State 5. Arizona State 6. Oregon State 7. USC 8. Colorado 9. Washington 10. Utah 11. Arizona 12. Oregon

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GP 24 23 22 20 21 20 19 20 21 19 20 20

No. Avg/G 172 7.17 160 6.96 123 5.59 110 5.50 91 4.33 84 4.20 81 4.26 75 3.75 74 3.52 60 3.16 58 2.90 47 2.35

Pac-12 T PCT. 0 1.000 1 .773 0 .727 1 .591 1 .591 3 .409 2 .364 2 .364 1 .318 1 .318 2 .273 2 .273

Overall W L T 21 2 1 18 3 2 16 6 0 12 6 2 10 9 2 11 6 3 10 8 3 6 10 3 8 8 3 8 10 2 8 8 4 6 11 3

PCT. .896 .826 .727 .650 .524 .625 .548 .395 .500 .450 .500 .375

GOALS 1. Stanford 2. UCLA 3. California 4. Washington State 5. Arizona State 6. Oregon State 7. Washington 8. Colorado USC 10. Arizona Utah 12. Oregon

GP 24 23 22 20 21 20 21 20 19 20 19 20

No. Avg/G 59 2.46 53 2.30 45 2.05 40 2.00 33 1.57 31 1.55 29 1.38 27 1.35 27 1.42 22 1.10 22 1.16 19 0.95

ASSISTS 1. Stanford UCLA 3. California 4. Washington State 5. USC 6. Arizona State 7. Oregon State 8. Colorado 9. Washington Utah 11. Arizona 12. Oregon

GP 24 23 22 20 19 21 20 20 21 19 20 20

No. Avg/G 54 2.25 54 2.35 33 1.50 30 1.50 27 1.42 25 1.19 22 1.10 21 1.05 16 0.76 16 0.84 14 0.70 9 0.45

SHOTS 1. Stanford 2. UCLA 3. Arizona State 4. California 5. USC 6. Washington State 7. Utah 8. Arizona 9. Colorado 10. Oregon 11. Washington 12. Oregon State

GP 24 23 21 22 19 20 19 20 20 20 21 20

No. 428 403 352 334 321 281 274 271 250 248 246 241

GOALS ALLOWED 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Utah Oregon 5. Washington 6. Washington State Colorado California 9. Oregon State 10. Arizona Arizona State 12. USC

GP 23 24 19 20 21 20 20 22 20 20 21 19

No. Avg/G 13 0.57 15 0.62 21 1.11 21 1.05 22 1.05 23 1.15 23 1.15 23 1.05 25 1.25 33 1.65 33 1.57 34 1.79

SHUTOUTS 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Washington State 4. Colorado California 6. Oregon Oregon State Washington 9. Utah 10. Arizona State 11. Arizona 12. USC

GP 23 24 20 20 22 20 20 21 19 21 20 19

No. Avg/G 14 0.61 11 0.46 9 0.45 8 0.40 8 0.36 7 0.35 7 0.35 7 0.33 6 0.32 5 0.24 4 0.20 2 0.11

Avg/G 17.83 17.52 16.76 15.18 16.89 14.05 14.42 13.55 12.50 12.40 11.71 12.05

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER USC’s Year-By-Year Leaders Record Goals Leader Assists Leader 2-15-2 Peterson 8 Merritt 6 10-7-3 Bailey 10 Merritt 5 9-8-1 Koleski 11 Koleski 10 15-5-0 Harvey 20 Harvey 11 16-3-1 Barham 14 Clark 17 14-7-1 Clark 10 Harvey 12 14-6-0 Harvey 11 Clark 9 14-6-2 Edwards 11 Edwards/Harvey 7 10-7-2 Cross/Savelkoul 4 Fennell/Blais 3 11-8-3 Fennell 9 Casas 3 9-8-4 Tantillo 7 Casas 4 9-9-1 Tantillo 9 Leche 5 13-6-2 Rodriguez 9 Tantillo 11 11-5-5 Tantillo 5 Tantillo 9 20-3-2 Rodriguez 10 Sandoval 11 16-5-2 Rodriguez 8 Sandoval 9 12-6-3 Dávila 9 Butcher/Dávila 5 13-6-3 Sandoval 6 Haug 6 7-13-0 Eddy 4 Kerridge 9 6-10-3 S. Johnson/Marada 5 Carrillo/Marada 5

Points Leader GW Goals Leader Saves Leader Peterson 17 Merritt/Peterson 1 Zoccoli 226 Bailey 24 Bailey 4 Badagliacco 115 Koleski 32 Four players with 2 Badagliacco 99 Harvey 51 Harvey 9 Puccinelli 49 Clark 43 Barham 5 Badagliacco 65 Harvey 28 Harvey 5 Puccinelli 88 Harvey 30 Harvey 4 Fernandes 59 Edwards 29 Edwards 4 Arase 80 Cross 10 Cross 3 Fernandes 82 Fennell 19 Fennell 5 Peterson 92 Tantillo 16 Tantillo 3 Peterson 74 Tantillo 21 Tantillo 4 Peterson 42 Rodriguez 25 Rodriguez 4 Simonton 74 Tantillo 19 Brown 3 Simonton 54 Rodriguez 23 Dávila/Tomer 4 Olsen 76 Sandoval 21 Dávila/Rodriguez/Tomer 3 Olsen 63 Dávila 23 Dávila 4 Olsen 107 Sandoval 14 Sandoval 3 Church 82 Kerridge 15 Eddy 2 Church 48 Marada 15 Marada 3 Stanley 95

Annual USC Win-Loss Record Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

W 2 10 9 15 16 14 14 14 10 11 9 9 13 11 20 16 12 13 7 6 231

OVERALL L T 15 2 7 3 8 1 5 0 3 1 7 1 6 0 6 2 7 2 8 3 8 4 9 1 6 2 5 5 3 2 5 2 6 3 6 3 13 0 10 3 143 40

PCT .158 .575 .528 .750 .825 .659 .700 .682 .579 .568 .524 .500 .667 .643 .850 .739 .643 .659 .350 .395 .606

CONFERENCE W L T PCT — — — — — — — — 3 4 0 .429 4 3 0 .571 7 2 0 .778 7 2 0 .778 7 2 0 .778 5 3 1 .611 5 3 1 .611 5 4 0 .556 5 3 1 .611 3 6 0 .333 6 2 1 .722 3 2 4 .556 6 2 1 .722 5 3 1 .611 4 3 2 .556 5 3 1 .611 4 7 0 .364 3 6 2 .364 87 60 15 .583

CONF. FINISH — — T-5th T-4th 2nd T-1st 2nd 5th 4th 4th T-3rd 9th 3rd 5th 2nd 3rd 4th 3rd 8th 6th

TOTAL GOALS POSTSEASON GOALS AGAINST COACH — 23 65 Karen Stanley — 33 28 Karen Stanley — 41 36 Karen Stanley — 54 22 Jim Millinder — 61 24 Jim Millinder NCAA 2nd Round 42 26 Jim Millinder NCAA 1st Round 44 22 Jim Millinder NCAA 2nd Round 41 25 Jim Millinder NCAA 1st Round 24 20 Jim Millinder NCAA 2nd Round 21 25 Jim Millinder NCAA 1st Round 28 25 Jim Millinder — 28 27 Jim Millinder NCAA 2nd Round 37 20 Jim Millinder NCAA 2nd Round 29 13 Jim Millinder NCAA CHAMPION 47 13 Ali Khosroshahin NCAA 3rd Round 51 18 Ali Khosroshahin NCAA 1st Round 31 21 Ali Khosroshahin NCAA 2nd Round 39 25 Ali Khosroshahin — 22 35 Ali Khosroshahin — 27 34 Ali Khosroshahin 723 524

USC All-time Coaching Records Overall at USC Conference NCAA NCAA Coach Years W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Appearances Record Karen Stanley 1993-1995 21 30 6 .421 3 4 0 .429 None 0-0 Jim Millinder 1996-2006 136 70 21 .645 57 32 8 .629 8 5-8 Ali Khosroshahin 2007-present 74 43 13 .619 27 24 7 .526 4 9-3 TOTALS 231 143 40 .606 87 60 15 .583 12 14-11

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Year-by-Year History

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Marihelen Tomer

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Honors & Awards

COACHES AWARDS 2007

NSCAA National Coach of the Year Ali Khosroshahin

SoccerBuzz National Coach of the Year**

2007

Ali Khosroshahin

Soccer America National Coach of the Year

2007 1997

1996 1998

2007

Ali Khosroshahin

NSCAA West Region Coach of the Year Jim Millinder

Soccer Buzz West Region Coach of the Year**

1997 2007

1997 1999 2003 2005

2007

Jim Millinder Ali Khosroshahin

Pac-10 Conference Coach of the Year Jim Millinder Jim Millinder

2010

NATIONAL AWARDS 2008 2009 2007 1994 1997 1998 1999 2000 2005 2007 2008 2009

Hermann Trophy

Amy Rodriguez ...........................(semifinalist) Kristin Olsen ...............................(semifinalist)

Honda Award

Kristin Olsen ...................................... (finalist)

NSCAA All-Americans

Rhiannon Tanaka..................... (second team) Kim Clark.......................................(third team) Kim Clark.......................................(third team) Isabelle Harvey..............................(third team) Isabelle Harvey .............................(third team) Amy Rodriguez..............................(third team) Ashley Nick............................... (second team) Kristin Olsen............................. (second team) Amy Rodriguez..............................(third team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team)

1997 1998

Kim Clark.......................................(third team) Isabelle Harvey......................... (second team) Kim Clark.........................(honorable mention) Isabelle Harvey......................... (second team) Isabelle Harvey ..............................(first team) Amy Rodriguez................(honorable mention) Ashley Nick............................... (second team) Kristin Olsen............................. (second team) Janessa Currier.......................... (fourth team) Amy Rodriguez..............................(third team)

1999 2000 2005 2007 2008 2005

1999

1996 1997 2007

1996

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2007

2008

Soccer Buzz All-Americans**

2009 2010

1996 1997

SoccerTimes All-Americans^

Amy Rodriguez..............................(third team) Meagan Holmes..............(honorable mention)

College Soccer Online All-Americans

Kim Clark.................................. (second team) Isabelle Harvey..............................(third team)

Soccer News All-Americans

Isabelle Harvey................(honorable mention) Kim Clark.........................(honorable mention)

Soccer America All-Freshman

Kasey Johnson...............................(first team) Megan Ohai.............................. (second team) Ashli Sandoval.......................... (second team)

SoccerBuzz Freshman All-Americans**

Isabelle Harvey..............................(third team)

NCAA College Cup All-Tournament

Kristin Olsen ........................(Defensive MVP) Amy Rodriguez .....................(Offensive MVP) Janessa Currier.................... (All-Tournament) Kasey Johnson..................... (All-Tournament) Marihelen Tomer................... (All-Tournament)

TopDrawerSoccer.com All-Rookie Team

Shelby Church................................(first team) Haley Boysen.........................(second team) Elizabeth Eddy............ (honorable mention)

REGIONAL AWARDS

Soccer America MVPs

2007 2009

Katie Ticehurst.................(honorable mention) Ali Fennell......................................(third team) Rosa Anna Tantillo.........................(third team) Amy Rodriguez...............................(first team) Meagan Holmes.............................(first team) Stacey Strong..................(honorable mention) Megan Ohai....................................(first team) Kasey Johnson......................... (second team) Ashli Sandoval.......................... (second team)

1998 1999 2000 2003 2005 2006 2007

NSCAA All-Region

Rhiannon Tanaka...........................(first team) Tara Koleski.............................. (second team) Isabelle Harvey......................... (second team) Kim Clark........................................(first team) Meghan Reppe..............................(third team) Kim Clark........................................(first team) Meghan Reppe......................... (second team) Isabelle Harvey..............................(third team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Kim Clark.................................. (second team) Christina Kushnir...........................(third team) Ashley Nick.....................................(first team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team) Janessa Currier........................ (second team) Amy Rodriguez......................... (second team) Megan Ohai...................................(third team) Ashli Sandoval........................... (third team) Amy Rodriguez...............................(first team) Janessa Currier........................ (second team) Ashley Nick............................... (second team) Ashli Sandoval........................... (third team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team) Meagan Holmes............................(third team) Alyssa DĂĄvila.................................(third team) Karter Haug.............................. (second team) Megan Ohai.............................. (second team)

2008

1997

Amy Rodriguez......................... (second team) Amy Rodriguez...............................(first team) Ashley Nick.....................................(first team) Janessa Currier........................ (second team) Ashli Sandoval........................... (third team)

Soccer News All-West Region

Kim Clark........................................(first team)

Soccer Buzz West Region All-Freshman Team**

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2003 2005 2007 2008

Isabelle Harvey Katie Ticehurst Erin Reed Ali Fennell Jessica Edwards Rosa Anna Tantillo Meagan Holmes Amy Rodriguez Stacey Strong Kasey Johnson Megan Ohai Ashli Sandoval Brittany Kerridge

PAC-12 AWARDS 1998

Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year Isabelle Harvey

Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year

2001 2003 2005

Megan Kakadelas Rosa Anna Tantillo Amy Rodriguez

1995 1996

Tara Koleski....................................(first team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Courtney Barham..................... (second team) Carol Hatcher........................... (second team) Courtney Barham...........................(first team) Kim Clark........................................(first team) Meghan Reppe......................... (second team) Kim Clark........................................(first team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Courtney Barham..................... (second team) Meghan Reppe......................... (second team)

1997 1998

All-Pac-12 Conference

Soccer Buzz All-West Region**

Isabelle Harvey......................... (second team) Kim Clark........................................(first team) Meghan Reppe......................... (second team) Courtney Barham..........................(third team) Kim Clark........................................(first team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Meghan Reppe......................... (second team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Kim Clark.................................. (second team) Christina Kushnir...................... (second team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Megan Abbamonto........................(third team) Amy Rodriguez...............................(first team) Rosa Anna Tantillo.................... (second team) Janessa Currier........................ (second team) Rosa Anna Tantillo.................... (second team) Janessa Currier..............................(first team) Ashley Nick.....................................(first team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team) Megan Ohai.............................. (second team)

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Amy Rodriguez (2005-08)

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Meghan Reppe (1995-98)

2005

2008 2009 2010 2012

2008

2009 2010

2011

ACADEMIC AWARDS 1993

1994 1995 1996 1997 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003

2004 2005

2006

2007

2008 2009 2010

2011 2012

Kim Clark........................................(first team) Isabelle Harvey...............................(first team) Christina Kushnir............................(first team) Ali Fennell................................. (second team) Isabelle Harvey ..............................(first team) Jessica Edwards ..................... (second team) Ali Fennell................................. (second team) Megan Abbamonto .................. (second team) Megan Kakadelas .................... (second team) Kaitlyn Pruett...................(honorable mention) Megan Abbamonto................... (second team) Ali Fennell................................. (second team) Jessica Edwards ............(honorable mention) Megan Abbamonto.........................(first team) Julie Peterson........................... (second team) Rosa Anna Tantillo...........(honorable mention) Nikki Goza.......................(honorable mention) Rosa Anna Tantillo..........................(first team) Nikki Goza................................ (second team) Amy Rodriguez...............................(first team) Rosa Anna Tantillo..........................(first team) Meagan Holmes..............(honorable mention) Nini Loucks......................(honorable mention) Rosa Anna Tantillo..........................(first team) Meagan Holmes....................... (second team) Stacey Strong........................... (second team) Lauren Brown..................(honorable mention) Nini Loucks......................(honorable mention) Ashley Nick.....................................(first team) Kristin Olsen............................. (second team) Amy Rodriguez......................... (second team) Kasey Johnson................(honorable mention) Megan Ohai.....................(honorable mention) Ashley Nick.....................................(first team) Amy Rodriguez...............................(first team) Ashli Sandoval.......................... (second team) Kristin Olsen...................................(first team) Alyssa Dávila............................ (second team) Meagan Holmes..............(honorable mention) Karter Haug.............................. (second team) Megan Ohai.............................. (second team) Alyssa Dávila...................(honorable mention) Ashli Sandoval.................(honorable mention) Brittany Kerridge....................... (second team) Elizabeth Eddy............ (honorable mention) Samantha Johnson.........(honorable mention)

1998

1999 2000 2001 2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Pac-12 All-Academic Teams

Heidi Brandl.............................. (second team) Laura Servis............................. (second team) Amanda Shearer...................... (second team) Jodi Tagawa............................. (second team) Lisa Ligouri......................(honorable mention) Jenny Leavitt............................ (second team) Suzi Fraser............................... (second team) Karin Puccinelli......................... (second team) Meghan Reppe................(honorable mention) Carol Hatcher.................................(first team) Karen Norgaard...............(honorable mention) Karin Puccinelli................(honorable mention) Carol Hatcher.................................(first team) Karin Puccinelli...............................(first team) Karen Norgaard........................ (second team) Katie Ticehurst.................(honorable mention) Andrea Warner................(honorable mention) Liane Nakano..................(honorable mention) Katie Ticehurst.................(honorable mention) Kaylee Whitfield...............(honorable mention) Kim Abbamonto........................ (second team) Ali Fennell.......................................(first team) Megan Abbamonto................... (second team) Ali Fennell................................. (second team) Megan Abbamonto..........(honorable mention) Shannon Cross................(honorable mention) Jackie Fodor....................(honorable mention) Julie Peterson..................(honorable mention) Amanda Roach................(honorable mention) Megan Abbamonto..........(honorable mention) Shannon Cross................(honorable mention) Jessica Edwards.............(honorable mention) Jenna Killion....................(honorable mention) Julie Peterson..................(honorable mention) Amanda Roach................(honorable mention) Hillary Schwarzbach .......(honorable mention) Tracy Lansing........................... (second team) Lindsay Parker......................... (second team) Kelly Blais........................(honorable mention) Shannon Cross................(honorable mention) Rachel Field....................(honorable mention) Jocelyn Hein....................(honorable mention) Julie Peterson..................(honorable mention) Lauren Shepherdson.......(honorable mention) Tina Sutorius...................(honorable mention) Tracy Lansing.................................(first team) Lindsay Parker...............................(first team) Lauren Brown..................(honorable mention) Jocelyn Leche.................(honorable mention) Hillary Schwarzbach........(honorable mention) Kat Stolpa........................(honorable mention) Tina Sutorius...................(honorable mention) Lindsay Parker...............................(first team) Tracy Lansing.................................(first team) Janessa Currier ..............(honorable mention) Kelley Finch.....................(honorable mention) Nini Loucks......................(honorable mention) Ashley Nick......................(honorable mention) Stacey Strong..................(honorable mention) Janessa Currier...............(honorable mention) Kelley Finch.....................(honorable mention) Stacey Strong..................(honorable mention)

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2012

Janessa Currier...............(honorable mention) Kelley Finch.....................(honorable mention) Karter Haug.....................(honorable mention) Nini Loucks......................(honorable mention) Stacey Strong..................(honorable mention) Karter Haug.....................(honorable mention) Brittany Kerridge..............(honorable mention) Karter Haug.....................(honorable mention) Brittany Kerridge..............(honorable mention) Morgan Morrow...............(honorable mention) Claire Schloemer.............(honorable mention) Autumn Altamirano.... (honorable mention) Haley Boysen.............. (honorable mention) Elizabeth Eddy............ (honorable mention) Brittany Kerridge..............(honorable mention) Claire Schloemer.............(honorable mention) Autumn Altamirano.... (honorable mention) Haley Boysen.............. (honorable mention) Elizabeth Eddy............ (honorable mention) Courtney Garcia..............(honorable mention) Jessica Musmanno.... (honorable mention)

CoSIDA District 8 Academic All-America

2006

Tracy Lansing................................(third team)

2008

Amy Massey

2008

Amy Massey

Rhodes Scholar Finalist Walter Byers Award

WEEKLY AWARDS Pac-12 Player of the Week

Oct. 14, 1996 ......................................Courtney Barham Oct. 21, 1996 ......................................... Isabelle Harvey Sept. 2, 1997 .................................................. Kim Clark Sept. 15, 1997 ............................................Carol Hatcher Sept. 22, 1997 ............................................ Megan Orach Nov. 10, 1997 ......................................Courtney Barham Oct. 19, 1998 .......................................Christina Kushnir Nov. 2, 1998 ......................................Courtney Barham Sept. 13, 1999 ................................................. Ali Fennell Sept. 20, 1999 ................................................. Ali Fennell Nov. 1, 1999 ......................................... Isabelle Harvey Sept. 10, 2002 ........................................... Julie Peterson Nov. 8, 2005 ......................................... Amy Rodriguez Oct. 15, 2007 ..............................................Kristin Olsen Nov. 11, 2008 ..............................................Kristin Olsen Sept. 22, 2009 ..............................................Kristin Olsen Sept. 29, 2009 ..............................................Kristin Olsen Oct. 25, 2010 ...............................................Karter Haug

Soccer America Team of the Week

Oct. 5, 1998 ......................................... Isabelle Harvey Oct. 12, 1998 ..........................................Andrea Warner Nov. 2, 1998 .......................................Christina Kushnir Nov. 16, 1998 ......................................Courtney Barham Nov. 16, 1998 .................................................. Kim Clark Sept. 15, 1999 ................................................. Ali Fennell Sept. 22, 1999 ................................................. Ali Fennell Sept. 29, 1999 .................................................. Kim Clark Sept. 11, 2002 .............................................Kaitlyn Pruett Nov. 9, 2005 ......................................... Amy Rodriguez Oct. 2, 2007 ......................................... Amy Rodriguez Oct. 20, 2009 ............................................ Alyssa Dávila Sept. 7, 2011 ....................................... Brittany Kerridge

Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week**

Sept. 20, 2006 ........................................Meagan Holmes Oct. 24, 2007 ............................................Lauren Brown Oct. 2, 2007 .............................................. Megan Ohai **Soccer Buzz awards discontinued in 2009 ^SoccerTimes awards discontinued in 2006

Honors & Awards

2007

Pac-12 All-Freshman Team

Amy Rodriguez Meagan Holmes Nini Loucks Stacey Strong Kasey Johnson Megan Ohai Ashli Sandoval Brittany Kerridge Samantha Johnson Elizabeth Eddy Jamie Fink

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Program Records

Individual Records GAMES PLAYED Career:...................................................................91 ............................................. Alyssa Dávila, 2007-10 ............................................... Megan Ohai, 2007-10 ........................................... Ashli Sandoval, 2007-11 Season:................................................25 (10 times)

Isabelle Harvey (1996-2000)

GOALIE WINS Career:...................................................................46 .............................................. Kristin Olsen, 2006-09 Season:.................................................................20 ....................................................Kristin Olsen, 2007

GAMES STARTED Career: ..................................................................88 ............................................... Karter Haug, 2007-10 Season:.................................................................25 ...............................................Janessa Currier, 2007 ..................................................... Ashley Nick, 2007 ....................................................Kristin Olsen, 2007

GOALIE SAVES Career:.................................................................319 .....................................Laura Badagliacco, 1994-97 Season:...............................................................226 .................................................. Cathy Zoccoli, 1993 Match:....................................................................23 .............................Cathy Zoccoli, vs. Stanford, 1993

POINTS Career:.................................................................135 .......................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996-00 Season:.................................................................51 ............................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996 Match:......................................................................8 ............................... Amy Peterson, vs. Pacific, 1993 .......................Megan Orach, vs. CS Fullerton, 1997 ........................ Rosa Anna Tantillo, at Oregon, 2005 Consecutive Matches:...........................................12 ...................................... Kim Clark (27 points), 1997 GOALS Career:...................................................................48 .......................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996-00 Season:.................................................................20 ............................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996 Match:......................................................................4 ............................... Amy Peterson, vs. Pacific, 1993 Consecutive Matches:.............................................4 .............................Courtney Barham (5 goals), 1996

Veronica Simonton (2004-06)

MULTIPLE-GOAL MATCHES Career:...................................................................10 .......................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996-00 Season:...................................................................6 ............................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996 Consecutive:............................................................2 ................................ Isabelle Harvey (5 goals), 1996 ............................... Kaylee Whitfield (4 goals), 1997 .............................Courtney Barham (4 goals), 1998 ........................... Rosa Anna Tantillo (4 goals), 2004 Hat Tricks:.................................................................. Katie Johnson...........vs. Loyola Marymount (9/15/2013) Elizabeth Eddy.......................vs. California (10/10/2010) Amy Rodriguez.........vs. Cal St. Bakersfield (10/2/2008) Megan Orach................vs. Cal St. Fullerton (9/19/1997) Isabelle Harvey............................. vs. Hawaii (9/17/1996) Tara Koleski.................vs. UC Santa Barbara (9/3/1995) Courtney Barham....vs. Cal St. Sacramento (9/29/1995) Amy Peterson................................vs. Pacific (9/27/1993)

SHUTOUTS (non-shared) Career:...................................................................29 .............................................. Kristin Olsen, 2006-09 Season:.................................................................12 ....................................................Kristin Olsen, 2007 Consecutive Matches:.............................................6 ..........................................Veronica Simonton, 2006 LOWEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE Career:................................................................0.69 .............................................. Kristin Olsen, 2006-09 ......................................... (minimum 2,000 minutes) Season:..............................................................0.52 ....................................................Kristin Olsen, 2007 ................. (must have played half of team’s games) GOALIE MINUTES PLAYED Career:..............................................................5,876 .............................................. Kristin Olsen, 2006-09 Season:............................................................2,253 ....................................................Kristin Olsen, 2007 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED Season:...................................................................8 ..........................................Veronica Simonton, 2004 ................. (must have played half of team’s games)

Team Records WINS Season:................................................................. 20, 2007 Win Streak:.............................................................. 9, 2008 Unbeaten Streak:................................................... 13, 1997 Fewest Wins in a Season:....................................... 2, 1993 Home Win Streak (single-season):.......................... 7, 2008 Home Unbeaten Streak (single-season):................ 9, 2007 Overall Home Win Streak:................................ 13, 2007-08 Overall Home Unbeaten Streak:....................... 19, 2006-08

GAME-WINNING GOALS Career:...................................................................21 .......................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996-00 Season:...................................................................9 ............................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996 ASSISTS Career:...................................................................39 .......................................... Isabelle Harvey, 1996-00 Season:.................................................................17 ........................................................ Kim Clark, 1997 Match:......................................................................3 ...............................Maggie Merritt, vs. Pacific, 1993 ................................... Erin Bailey, vs. Arizona, 1994 ................Tara Koleski, vs. Sacramento State, 1995 ...................Kim Clark, vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1997 .......................Rosa Anna Tantillo, vs. Indiana, 2005 ......................... Alyssa Dávila, vs. San Diego, 2009 Consecutive Matches:.............................................6 .......................................Kim Clark (6 assists), 1997 ..............................Isabelle Harvey (7 assists), 1998

SHOTS Career:.................................................................252 .......................................... Amy Rodriguez, 2005-08 Season:.................................................................97 .............................................Jessica Edwards, 2000 Match:....................................................................12 ............................... Amy Peterson, vs. Pacific, 1993

WINNING PERCENTAGE Season:................................................ .840 (20-3-2), 2007 POINTS Season:............................................................... 178, 1997 Fewest in a Season:.............................................. 58, 1993 Match:............................ 20, 2008 vs. Cal State Bakersfield

Ashley Nick (2005-08)

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GOALS Season:................................................................. 61, 1997 Fewest in a Season:.............................................. 21, 2002 Match:................................................................................ 7 ................................................................... 1993 vs. Pacific .................................................... 1995 vs. CS Sacramento ................................................................2008 vs. Alabama ............................................ 2008 vs. Cal State Bakersfield

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Career Leaders

48 39 33 31 25 24 23 22 16 15 14

39 36 25 24 21 17 16 15 13 12

252 233 227 224 220 195 187 171 159 130 21 12 11 9 8 7 6 5

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GOALS Isabelle Harvey..........................1996-00 Courtney Barham.......................1995-98 Kim Clark....................................1996-99 Amy Rodriguez...........................2005-08 Rosa Anna Tantillo......................2003-06 Amy Peterson.............................1993-96 Ali Fennell..................................1999-02 Alyssa Dávila..............................2007-10 Jessica Edwards........................2000-03 Megan Ohai................................2007-10 Ashli Sandoval........................... 2007-11 Samantha Johnson....................2009-12 Carol Hatcher.............................1996-98 Maggie Merritt............................1993-94 Marihelen Tomer.........................2006-09 ASSISTS Isabelle Harvey..........................1996-00 Kim Clark....................................1996-99 Rosa Anna Tantillo......................2003-06 Ashli Sandoval........................... 2007-11 Carol Hatcher.............................1996-98 Amy Rodriguez...........................2005-08 Amy Peterson.............................1993-96 Brittany Kerridge........................ 2008-11 Courtney Barham.......................1995-98 Stacey Strong.............................2005-08 Andrea Warner...........................1997-00 Jessica Edwards .......................2000-03 Megan Ohai................................2007-10 SHOTS Amy Rodriguez...........................2005-08 Kim Clark....................................1996-99 Courtney Barham.......................1995-98 Rosa Anna Tantillo......................2003-06 Jessica Edwards........................2000-03 Isabelle Harvey..........................1996-00 Amy Peterson.............................1993-96 Ali Fennell..................................1999-02 Maggie Merritt............................1993-94 Megan Abbamonto.....................2000-02 GAME-WINNING GOALS Isabelle Harvey..........................1996-00 Rosa Anna Tantillo......................2003-06 Amy Rodriguez...........................2005-08 Alyssa Dávila..............................2007-10 Courtney Barham.......................1995-98 Ali Fennell..................................1999-02 Marihelen Tomer.........................2006-09 Jessica Edwards........................2000-02 Kim Clark....................................1996-00 Shannon Cross..........................2001-04 Megan Ohai................................2007-10 Megan Orach.............................1997-00 Amy Peterson.............................1993-96 Andrea Warner...........................1997-00 Megan Abbamonto.....................2000-02 Ashli Sandoval........................... 2007-11 Ashley Freyer............................. 2008-11 Courtney Garcia.........................2009-12 SHUTOUTS Kristin Olsen...............................2006-09

51 43 33 32 30 29 28 26 25 24 23

20 14 13 11 10 9

17 12 11 10 9

8 7

97 92 86 78 77 71 69 67 64 63

12 11 9 8 7 6

POINTS Isabelle Harvey...............................1996 Kim Clark.........................................1997 Courtney Barham............................1997 Tara Koleski.....................................1995 Isabelle Harvey...............................1999 Jessica Edwards.............................2000 Isabelle Harvey...............................1998 Kim Clark.........................................1998 Amy Rodriguez................................2005 Erin Bailey.......................................1994 Maggie Merritt.................................1994 Megan Orach..................................1997 Isabelle Harvey...............................2000 Amy Rodriguez................................2007 Alyssa Dávila...................................2009 GOALS Isabelle Harvey...............................1996 Courtney Barham............................1997 Kim Clark.........................................1997 Tara Koleski.....................................1995 Isabelle Harvey...............................1999 Jessica Edwards.............................2000 Erin Bailey.......................................1994 Kim Clark.........................................1998 Amy Rodriguez................................2007 Courtney Barham............................1998 Courtney Barham............................1995 Maggie Merritt.................................1994 Ali Fennell.......................................2002 Rosa Anna Tantillo...........................2004 Amy Rodriguez................................2005 Alyssa Dávila...................................2009 ASSISTS Kim Clark.........................................1997 Isabelle Harvey...............................1998 Isabelle Harvey...............................1996 Rosa Anna Tantillo...........................2005 Ashli Sandoval................................2007 Tara Koleski.....................................1995 Kim Clark.........................................1999 Rosa Anna Tantillo...........................2006 Ashli Sandoval................................2008 Brittany Kerridge............................. 2011 Carol Hatcher..................................1997 Isabelle Harvey...............................1999 Carol Hatcher..................................1996 Amy Peterson..................................1996 Megan Orach..................................1997 Jessica Edwards.............................2000 Isabelle Harvey...............................2000 Amy Rodriguez................................2005 Stacey Strong..................................2008 SHOTS Jessica Edwards ............................2000 Maggie Merritt.................................1994 Amy Rodriguez................................2007 Amy Rodriguez................................2008 Kim Clark.........................................1997 Isabelle Harvey...............................1996 Tara Koleski.....................................1995 Courtney Barham............................1997 Maggie Merritt.................................1993 Amy Peterson..................................1994 Kim Clark.........................................1998 Rosa Anna Tantillo...........................2004 SHUTOUTS Kristin Olsen....................................2007 Veronica Simonton..........................2005 Kristin Olsen....................................2009 Kristin Olsen....................................2008 Julie Peterson.................................2002 Julie Peterson.................................2003 Shelby Church.................................2010 Shaelyn Fernandes.........................2001

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Opponent Individual Records POINTS Match:...................................................................................7 Erin Martin, Stanford, 1993 Melissa Bennett, Washington, 2002 Cali Farquharson, ASU, 2012 GOALS Match:...................................................................................3 Jennifer Evans, Pepperdine, 1993 Erin Martin, Stanford, 1993 & 1995 Sonja Munevar, UCLA, 1993 Melissa Bennett, Washington, 2002 Alex Morgan, California, 2010 Cali Farquharson, ASU, 2012 SHOTS Match:.................................................................................12 Jazmine Ponce, Arizona, 2012 ASSISTS Match:...................................................................................3 Vicky Haring, Stanford, 1993 Patty Geesman, Cal Poly SLO, 1995 Kim Taylor, Washington, 2002 Zakiya Bywaters, UCLA, 2011 GOALIE SAVES Match:.................................................................................17 Kerry Yarak, Loyola Marymount, 1993

Opponent Team Records POINTS Season:...................................................................168, 1993 Fewest in a Season:.................................................37, 2006 Match:....................................................... 30, Stanford, 1993 GOALS Season:.....................................................................64, 1993 Fewest in a Season:.................................13, 2006 and 2007 Match:....................................................... 10, Stanford, 1993 SHOTS Season:...................................................................434, 1993 Fewest in a Season:...............................................175, 2005 Match:.................................................... 39, San Diego, 1993 Fewest in a Match:........................0, Washington State, 2005 ASSISTS Season:.....................................................................40, 1993 Fewest in a Season:................................................. 11, 2006 Match:....................................................... 10, Stanford, 1993 GOALIE SAVES Season:...................................................................160, 2008 Fewest in a Season:.................................................73, 2005 Match:.............................................................18, SMU, 2008 CORNER KICKS Season:...................................................................121, 2002 Fewest in a Season:.................................................66, 1997 Match:....................................... 14, Loyola Marymount, 1994 Fewest in a Match:...............................................0 (22 times) last Sept. 13, 2009 vs. Michigan FOULS Season:...................................................................329, 2002 Fewest in a Season:............................................... 165, 2011 Match:.........................................24, Washington State, 2012 Fewest in a Match:................................................................2 Utah, 1995 Washington State, 2004

Rosa Anna Tantillo (2003-06)

School/Opponent Records

135 102 91 79 75 64 58 56 55 54 49

POINTS Isabelle Harvey..........................1996-00 Kim Clark....................................1996-99 Courtney Barham.......................1995-98 Amy Rodriguez...........................2005-08 Rosa Anna Tantillo......................2003-06 Amy Peterson.............................1993-96 Ali Fennell..................................1999-02 Jessica Edwards........................2000-03 Alyssa Dávila..............................2007-10 Ashli Sandoval........................... 2007-11 Carol Hatcher.............................1996-98

Single-Season Leaders

All-Time Roster & Stats

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Name Abbamonto, Kim Abbamonto, Megan Almaraz, Barbara ALTAMIRANO, AUTUMN Ayala, Christi Aylor, Ami Bailey, Erin Baptiste, Arielle Barham, Courtney Baroni, Chris Blais, Kelly BORMAN, MEGAN BOYSEN, HALEY Brandl, Heidi Briers, Corinne Brown, Lauren BRUNO, MIA Buehning, Chelsea Butcher, Carly Cajahuanca, Monica Cale, Whitney Callier, Christy CAPARIS, ELIZABETH CARRILLO, MARLEE Casas, Ashley Chiang, Sharla Clark, Christine Clark, Kim Clarke, Alexis Currier, Janessa Cross, Shannon Dávila, Alyssa DAVIS, HEATHER DeCastro, Stephanie De Vitis, Erica DiLuigi, Corinne Dolder, Stacy EDDY, ELIZABETH Edwards, Jessica Fennell, Ali Fernandes, Elizabeth Fernandes, Shaelyn (GK) Field, Rachel Finch, Kelley FINK, JAMIE Flores, Tawny Fodor, Jackie Foster, Laura Fraser, Suzi Freyer, Ashley Furniss, Kristina Gallegos, Leah Garcia, Courtney Gautreau, Shellee Gayton, Donna Gong, Kate Goza, Nikki Graumann, Geena Gray, Jessica Green, Lindsey Harrison, Allie Harvey, Isabelle Hatcher, Carol Haug, Karter Hein, Jocelyn Herman, Stephanie Hoffman, Stephanie Holmes, Meagan Irick, Julie Jablonsky, Heather Janes, Paige Johnson, Isabelle Johnson, Kasey JOHNSON, KATIE Johnson, Samantha Johnston, Jacquelyn Jones, Heather Juarez, April Kakadelas, Megan Kerridge, Brittany Killion, Jenna Kim, Joyce Kirst, Katie Koleski, Tara Krawczyk, Amy Kushnir, Christina Lacy, Shannon Lansing, Tracy Larson, Kirsten Leavitt, Jenny Leche, Jocelyn Ligouri, Lisa Loucks, Nini Lowe, Kristine Mann, Amy MARADA, JORDAN Martinez, Suzzanna Massey, Amy McBreen, Megan

OFFENSIVE STATS G-GS Shots Goals

Years 2000 2000-01-02-03 1999-00 2010-11-12 1994-95-96-97 1997-98 1994 2012 1995-96-97-98 1994-95 2001-02-03-04 2012 2010-11-12 1993 1998-99 2004-05-06-07 2010-12 2008-09-10-11 2008-09-10-11 1993 2000 1998-99-00-01 2011-12 2012 2001-02-03-04 1996-97-98 1993 1996-97-98-99 1998 2005-06-07-08 2001-02-03-04 2007-08-09-10 2012 1993-94-95-96 1997-98 1996 1994-95 2010-11-12 2000-01-02-03 1999-00-01-02 2011 1998-99-00-01 2001-02-03-04 2005-06-07-08 2012 1999 1999-00-01 1999 1994-95-96 2008-09-10-11 1999 2005 2009-10-11-12 1993 1995-96-97 2007-08 2000-01-02-03-04 2011 2004 2001-02-03 2010-11 1996-97-98-99-00 1996-97-98 2007-08-09-10 2003-04-05-06 1993 1999 2005-06-07-08-09 1993 2002 2003 2010-11 2007-08 2012 2009-10-11-12 2006-07 1996 2012 2001 2008-09-10-11 2002-03 2003 2004 1995 1998 1996-97-98-99 2007 2003-04-05-06 1993 1993-94 2002-03-04-05 1993 2005-06-07-08 1993 2002-03-04-05 2012 1995-96 2007-08 1998

22-5 78-74 13-0 60-41 60-57 19-1 20-20 1-0 75-71 19-5 80-71 19-5 60-29 16-14 16-0 72-39 35-33 37-28 83-55 1-0 11-0 75-39 34-4 19-15 76-56 36-8 7-4 78-75 4-0 90-85 53-14 91-43 1-0 24-13 41-26 20-16 37-37 59-55 73-65 83-83 1-0 45-43 24-5 75-6 19-19 7-0 59-26 18-2 51-39 83-24 4-0 16-4 67-28 14-11 19-5 2-0 81-62 11-2 9-0 50-5 16-3 81-79 61-58 90-88 81-20 3-0 16-0 75-74 9-2 9-0 2-0 12-0 36-32 19-15 82-63 14-0 15-0 10-0 18-16 83-80 36-6 4-0 8-1 17-17 2-0 80-67 9-1 82-43 4-3 13-3 80-39 14-13 75-43 17-8 82-22 19-19 27-1 15-4 1-0

11 130 1 35 83 4 54 0 227 8 62 35 48 2 1 81 8 5 139 0 2 53 7 15 93 4 2 233 1 89 63 109 0 4 58 4 41 92 220 171 0 1 2 30 12 2 51 2 2 91 2 7 47 16 1 1 9 0 5 14 4 195 115 35 71 0 6 34 3 0 0 5 26 29 158 3 9 1 33 75 3 0 0 71 0 39 0 69 2 9 40 4 94 2 27 56 18 0 0

0 9 0 7 3 0 10 0 39 1 6 2 7 0 0 13 2 1 7 0 0 5 0 1 5 1 0 33 0 8 11 23 0 0 8 0 5 10 22 24 0 0 0 1 1 1 6 0 0 12 0 3 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 48 14 3 9 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 3 15 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 11 0 7 0 7 1 0 4 1 12 0 3 5 1 0 0

32

Assists 2 6 0 3 6 2 4 0 13 1 5 0 4 0 0 11 0 1 8 0 1 7 0 5 9 1 0 36 0 4 5 9 0 0 4 3 4 8 12 10 0 0 0 4 1 0 6 1 0 7 0 3 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 39 21 11 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 7 0 1 0 0 15 1 0 0 10 0 4 0 5 0 0 11 0 6 0 1 5 0 0 0

Points 2 24 0 17 12 2 24 0 91 3 17 4 18 0 0 37 4 3 22 0 1 17 0 7 19 3 0 102 0 20 27 55 0 0 20 3 14 28 56 58 0 0 0 6 3 2 18 1 0 31 0 9 19 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 135 49 17 20 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 8 7 37 0 1 0 6 29 1 0 0 32 0 18 0 19 2 0 19 2 30 0 7 15 2 0 0

GW 0 5 0 2 1 0 4 0 11 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 3 7 12 0 0 1 0 3 2 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 21 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 0

Megan Abbamonto (2000-03)

Kim Clark (1996-99)

Julie Peterson (2001-04)

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

Name Arase, Lauren Badagliacco, Laura Boynton, Katy Church, Shelby Fernandes, Shaelyn Lopez, Elena Massro, Brittany Olsen, Kristin Pennington, Carley Peterson, Julie Puccinelli, Karin Simala, Sheri Simonton, Veronica STANLEY, CAROLINE SUGERMAN, FAITH Zoccoli, Cathy TEAM Totals

Years 1994-95-96-97 2004-05-06-07 2012 1993-94 1994 2000 1995 2012 1997-98-99-00 2009 2009 2010-11 1995 2011-12 1998-99-00-01 1995-96-97 2005-06-07-08 1995-96-97-98 2011-12 2002 1994 2004 2007-08-09-10 2006-07-08-09 1997-98-99-00 2012 1999 2009 2003-04-05-06 2002 1995 1993-94-95-96 2006-07-08-09 1999 2012 2005-06 1999-00 2001 2012 2009-10 1998-99-00-01 1995-96-97-98 1993 2000-01-02-03 1993-94 2004 2005-06-07-08 1996 1993 2007-08-09-10-11 1998-99-00-01 2008-09-10-11 1999-00-01 2012 2002-03-04-05 1993 2004 1994 1993 2003-04 2012 2004-05-06 2004 2001 2004-05 2005-06-07-08 2002-03-04-05 1993-94 1994 2003-04-05-06 1995-96 1997-98-99-00 1993-94 2006-07-08-09 1997 2011-2012 1997-98-99-00 1996-97-98-99 2001, 2006

G-GS 76-65 28-19 5-0 38-38 1-0 21-1 7-0 8-0 78-46 10-2 14-7 21-20 15-4 28-6 36-6 30-2 90-74 47-30 28-27 9-0 17-15 5-0 91-82 68-65 84-72 19-18 2-0 16-5 74-47 8 2-0 76-75 46-6 6-0 19-6 7-1 31-2 18-18 10-7 8-0 83-68 80-80 7-0 71-55 33-26 2-0 82-73 3-0 10-1 91-81 79-26 64-55 45-16 1-0 65-64 19-19 8-0 19-17 18-15 31-19 1-0 52-51 15-0 19-7 35-25 86-77 82-66 30-21 20-19 81-78 29-10 81-77 38-28 89-63 5-0 13-0 84-62 61-24

Shots 52 1 0 159 0 1 4 2 6 3 0 12 2 8 3 3 117 12 20 0 2 2 148 0 118 15 0 3 18 0 0 187 31 2 9 0 26 1 15 0 21 44 3 8 7 0 252 1 3 213 40 12 36 0 12 4 1 17 8 6 1 0 1 15 10 67 80 22 13 224 16 74 11 99 2 5 72 73 6,181

GOALKEEPING STATS G-GS Minutes GA GAA Saves

Years 1999-00 1994-95-96-97 2002,05 2010-11 1998-99-00-01 1994 2006-07-08-09 2006-07-08-09 2011 2001-02-03-04 1995-96-97-98 1994-97 2004-05-06 2012 2012 1993

24-21 59-56 4-2 36-36 45-43 1-0 14-4 68-65 6-6 53-52 40-38 4-2 52-51 18-17 2-1 19-19

2,048 5,226 227 3,334 4,009 45 623 5,876 544 4,877 3,430 238 4,744 1,722 111 1,830

17 85 6 51 53 0 7 45 9 65 43 3 41 32 2 65

0.75 1.46 2.38 1.38 1.19 0.00 1.01 0.69 1.49 1.20 1.13 1.13 0.78 1.67 1.62 3.20

38,884

524

1.21

101 319 6 130 205 0 25 253 19 211 169 17 157 95 7 226 23 1,963

Goals 9 0 0 14 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 0 3 0 0 0 16 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 2 0 7 0 3 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 31 0 0 15 7 2 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 7 3 1 25 3 5 1 14 0 1 11 13 2 723 SO 8 14 1 7 12 0 2 29 3 15 9 0 25 2 0 1 23 151

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Assists 7 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 11 2 1 0 0 0 12 1 11 3 0 0 3 0 0 16 5 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 2 5 1 5 0 0 17 1 0 24 5 2 3 0 4 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 13 9 1 1 25 0 5 1 11 0 0 12 10 621 W-L-T 17-2-2 33-18-5 1-1-0 20-17-3 23-18-2 0-0-0 2-2-0 46-12-8 4-2-0 23-22-7 27-10-1 1-1-0 30-13-7 5-10-3 1-0-0 2-15-2 231-143-40

Points 25 2 0 39 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 33 2 7 0 0 0 44 1 35 5 0 0 3 0 0 64 5 1 4 0 17 1 8 0 2 7 3 11 2 0 79 1 0 54 19 6 5 0 4 4 0 8 0 6 0 2 0 0 4 23 23 7 3 75 6 15 3 39 0 2 34 36 4 2,067

GW 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 12 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 12 1 3 0 9 0 0 5 3

Shannon Cross (2001-04)

Janessa Currier (2005-08)

230

Andrea Warner (1997-2000)

All-Time Roster & Stats

Name McCorduck, Brittany McKee, Laura MEJIA, TAMARA Merritt, Maggie Michalopoulou, Ekaterini Miller, Becky Miller, Heather MOEHLING, HANNAH Mora, Susie Morgan, Kelly Morgan, Stephanie Morrow, Morgan Mullen, Kelsey MUSMANNO, JESSICA Nakano, Liane Navarra, Adrienne Nick, Ashley Norgaard, Karen Noriega, Kristina Nowell, Ali Nunez, Diana Nunn, Natalie Ohai, Megan Olsen, Kristin (GK) Orach, Megan OWEN, ERIN Pagano, Jessica Parker, Kat Parker, Lindsay Pedersen, Marie Peitzke, Megan Peterson, Amy Petrossi, Jamie Pickett, Kaley PITALO, WHITNEY Potter, Jessica Prigmore, Jennifer Pruett, Kaitlyn QUINCEY, ALEX Ransom, Lainie Reed, Erin Reppe, Meghan Ring, Suzanne Roach, Amanda Roberts, Stephanie Robertson, Maggie Rodriguez, Amy Ruark, Pam Sachirarwe, Chipo Sandoval, Ashli Savelkoul, Brittany Schloemer, Claire Scholl, Stephanie SCHWARTZ, DANA Schwarzbach, Hillary Servis, Laura Shabestari, Taviana Shearer, Allison Shearer, Amanda Shepherdson, Lauren Shields, Darrah Simonton, Veronica (GK) Smith, Taylor Staples, Carolyn Stolpa, Kat Strong, Stacey Sutorius, Tina Tagawa, Jodi Tanaka, Rhiannon Tantillo, Rosa Anna Thorrington, Paula Ticehurst, Katie Todd, Regan Tomer, Marihelen Trutanich, Kristin Vangsness, Erica Warner, Andrea Whitfield, Kaylee OWN GOALS Totals

2007 NCAA Champions

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER NCAA First Round (Columbia, Missouri) NCAA Second Round (Columbia, Missouri) USC 1, Missouri 0 (2OT) USC 3, Creighton 0

HISTORY

NCAA Third Round (L.A. Coliseum) USC 1, Florida 0

IN

THE

NCAA Quarterfinals (Morgantown, West Virginia) USC 1, West Virginia 0

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NCAA Semifinal (College Station, Texas) USC 2, UCLA 1

NCAA

NCAA Championship (College Station, Texas) USC 2, Florida State 0

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2011 NCAA Champions

2007

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Year-by-Year Results

1993: A30 S5 S8 S11 S13 S18 S22 S27 O1 O2 O8 O9 O15 O16 O22 O27 O29 N3 N6

Karen Stanley (2-15-2 overall)

Biola Loyola Marymount Cal State Fullerton Loyola Marymount UCLA Oregon State Pepperdine Pacific UC Santa Barbara Westmont San Diego State Stanford New Mexico Cal Poly SLO San Diego UC San Diego UCLA Cal State Fullerton Pepperdine

W L T L L L L W L L L L L L L L L T L

5-1 1-2 1-1 (OT) 0-3 0-6 1-3 2-7 7-0 0-2 1-3 0-5 0-10 1-2 (OT) 0-4 0-6 2-3 0-2 2-2 (OT) 0-2

H (CT) A A H (CT) H (CT) H (CT) A H (CT) A A A N H (CT) A A N A H (CT) H (CT)

1994: S3 S7 S9 S11 S13 S16 S21 S25 S27 S30 O2 O5 O8 O12 O14 O16 O22 O28 N1 N5

S3 S6 S10 S15 S19 S23 S27 S29 O1 O5 O7 O11 O15 O20 O22 O27 O29 N5

Karen Stanley (10-7-3 overall)

Cal State Hayward Loyola Marymount Cal Poly SLO UC Santa Barbara San Diego Cal State Chico Pepperdine Oregon State UCLA San Diego State Arizona Loyola Marymount Cal State Fullerton UCLA UC San Diego UC Irvine Westmont Pepperdine Cal State Fullerton Hawai‘i

W T L W W W W L L W W W T L T L L W W L

3-0 H (HJF) 2-2 (OT) A 1-3 H (HJF) 1-0 A 3-1 A 6-2 H (DF) 1-0 A 1-2 H (HJF) 0-1 H (HJF) 1-0 H (HJF) 4-3 (OT)H (HJF) 2-1 H (HJF) 1-1 (OT)H (HJF) 1-3 (OT) A 0-0 (OT) A 0-3 A 2-3 H (HJF) 2-0 H (HJF) 2-1 A 0-2 H (HJF)

1995: Karen Stanley (9-8-1 overall, 3-4-0 Pac-10)

UC Santa Barbara Loyola Marymount UC Irvine Westmont * UCLA San Diego State Cal State Fullerton CS Sacramento * Washington * Arizona Utah Pepperdine * Washington State * Stanford * California Nebraska Cal Poly SLO * Oregon State

W W T L L L L W W L W W W L L W L W

* — Pacific-10 match

A31 S7 S10 S15 S17 S20 S22 S27 S30 O4 O6 O9 O13 O18 O20 O23 N1 N3 N6 N10

A29 A31 S5 S7 S11 S14 S19 S21 S26 O1 O5 O10 O12 O17 O19 O26 O31 N2 N7 N9

1996: Jim Millinder (15-5-0 overall, 4-3-0 Pac-10)

Cal State Chico Fresno State San Diego State Oregon Hawai‘i * Oregon State * Washington San Jose State * Washington State * California UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge UC Irvine * Arizona Arizona State * UCLA * Stanford Utah Cal State Fullerton Pepperdine

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

3-0 A 1-2 H (HJF) 1-3 H (HJF) 5-1 H (COL) 6-0 H (COL) 5-1 A 2-3 A 3-1 H (HJF) 3-1 N 0-1 H (HJF) 3-2 (OT) A 3-0 A 2-1 A 3-1 A 3-0 A 3-2 H (COL) 0-1 H (ELAC) 2-0 H (COL) 4-2 (OT) A 2-0 H (COL)

1997: Jim Millinder (16-3-1 overall, 7-2-0 Pac-10)

Iowa State Nebraska Pepperdine UC Santa Barbara Fresno State San Diego State Cal State Fullerton San Jose State Loyola Marymount Cal State Northridge UC Irvine * Stanford * California * Oregon State * Oregon * UCLA * Arizona State * Arizona * Washington State * Washington

4-2 H (HJF) 1-0 A 2-2 (OT)H (HJF) 2-3 A 1-4 A 0-1 A 2-3 A 7-0 H (HJF) 1-0 H (HJF) 2-3 A 3-1 N 3-2 A 2-1 H (HJF) 1-6 A 0-1 A 4-0 H (HJF) 1-5 A 5-2 H (HJF)

! — NCAA Tournament match

Home Site Guide: COL = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum; CT = Cal Tech; DF = Dedeaux Field; ECC = El Camino College; ELAC = East L.A. College; HJF = Howard Jones Field; McA = McAlister Field Note: All home matches from 2002-present played at McAlister Field unless otherwise designated

W L W W W W W T W W W W W W W L L W W W

5-1 A 1-2 A 2-0 A 3-1 H (COL) 2-1 A 4-1 A 6-0 H (COL) 0-0 (OT)H (COL) 4-1 H (COL) 4-0 H (COL) 1-0 H (COL) 3-2 A 2-1 A 4-3 (OT) A 5-1 A 1-3 A 2-3 H (COL) 6-3 H (COL) 2-0 H (ECC) 4-1 H (COL)

S4 S6 S11 S13 S18 S20 S22 S25 S27 O1 O4 O9 O11 O16 O18 O23 O25 N1 N6 N8 N11 N15

A29 S4 S6 S10 S12 S17 S24 S26 S30 O3 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O24 O29 O31 N7 N14

1998: Jim Millinder (14-7-1 overall, 7-2-0 Pac-10)

San Diego State Pepperdine Maryland Towson Baylor Nebraska Brigham Young Fresno State Loyola Marymount Cal State Fullerton UC Irvine * Washington State * Washington * Stanford * California * Oregon State * Oregon * UCLA * Arizona State * Arizona ! Washington ! San Diego State

Courtney Barham

scored both goals, including the game-winner, for a 2-1 victory over Washington in USC’s first NCAA Tournament match. Barham scored at 110:54 off an assist from Megan Orach in a match played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

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0-2 H (McA) 3-0 H (McA) 0-3 A 4-0 N 1-0 N 0-2 H (COL) 1-0 H (COL) 2-2 (OT)H (COL) 0-2 A 3-1 A 3-0 A 0-2 A 2-3 A 2-1 H (COL) 2-0 H (COL) 4-1 H (COL) 4-0 H (COL) 5-4 H (COL) 2-0 A 2-1 (OT) A 2-1 (OT)H (COL) 0-1 (OT) A

1999: Jim Millinder (14-6-0 overall, 7-2-0 Pac-10)

UC Irvine Maryland Florida Portland Connecticut Brigham Young Duke North Carolina Fresno State Montana * Arizona * Arizona State * Washington * Washington State * California * Stanford * Oregon * Oregon State * UCLA ! SMU

‘SC Scrapbo ok...

On Nov. 11, 1998,

L W L W W L W T L W W L L W W W W W W W W L

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

4-0 H (COL) 3-0 H (McA) 1-3 H (McA) 1-0 N 2-1 (OT) N 2-1 H (COL) 2-0 A 0-5 N 1-2 A 4-0 H (COL) 6-0 H (COL) 2-0 H (McA) 2-1 H (COL) 4-0 H (COL) 2-1 (OT) A 2-3 A 3-1 A 3-0 A 0-3 A 0-1 (OT)H (COL)

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER

A31 S3 S9 S18 S21 S23 S26 S30 O7 O12 O14 O21 O26 O28 N2 N4 N9 N11 N16

UC Irvine Colorado Michigan Baylor Vanderbilt Florida Central Florida Loyola Marymount BYU Utah * UCLA * Oregon * Oregon State Santa Clara * Washington * Washington State * California * Stanford * Arizona * Arizona State ! San Diego ! UCLA

W W W W W L W W T W T W W L L W L L W W W L

2-0 A 1-0 N 2-1 N 3-1 H (McA) 3-0 H (McA) 1-2 (OT) A 2-1 N 1-0 H (McA) 1-1 (OT) A 4-1 A 1-1 (OT)H (COL) 3-0 H (McA) 5-2 H (McA) 1-2 A 0-1 A 2-1 (OT) A 1-2 (OT)H (McA) 2-4 H (COL) 3-1 A 1-0 (OT) A 2-1 H (COL) 0-3 A

‘SC Scrapbo ok...

The 1998 USC women’s soccer team went 14-7-1 overall, going 7-2 to claim a share of the Pac-10 regular season championship. After losing back-to-back matches in Washington, the Women of Troy rattled off eight straight wins. USC made its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament, defeating Washington in a rematch by a 2-1 score at the Coliseum on Nov. 11.

2001: Jim Millinder (10-7-2 overall, 5-3-1 Pac-10)

BYU Tennessee Nebraska San Diego UC Irvine Oakland St. Mary's Loyola Marymount San Diego State * Arizona State * Arizona * UCLA * Oregon State * Oregon * Washington State * Washington * Stanford * California ! Pepperdine

L W L L W W T W W W W L W W W L T L L

0-2 A 1-0 N 2-3 H (COL) 0-1 A 3-2 (OT)H (McA) 3-1 H (McA) 0-0 (OT) A 3-0 A 2-1 A 3-2 H (McA) 2-0 H (McA) 1-2 A 1-0 A 1-0 A 1-0 H (McA) 0-3 H (McA) 1-1 (OT) A 0-1 (OT) A 0-1 N

‘SC Scrapbo ok...

A30 S1 S6 S8 S13 S15 S21 S27 S29 O4 O6 O11 O13 O18 O20 O27 N1 N3 N8 N10 N15 N17

2002: Jim Millinder (11-8-3 overall, 5-4-0 Pac-10)

Wisconsin North Carolina Penn State Virginia Vanderbilt Wake Forest BYU San Diego UC Irvine Loyola Marymount Santa Clara * Stanford * California * Arizona State * Arizona * UCLA * Oregon State * Oregon * Washington State * Washington ! San Diego ! UCLA

L L W T W L W T W T W L W W W L W W L L W L

0-2 0-2 1-0 0-0 2-0 1-2 1-0 0-0 2-1 2-2 1-0 0-2 2-0 2-1 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 0-2 2-1 (OT) 1-0 (OT) 1-4 0-5 1-0 (OT) 0-1 (OT)

N N N N N A H H A H H H H A A H H H A A N A

A29 A31 S5 S7 S12 S14 S19 S21 S26 S28 O3 O9 O11 O17 O19 O24 O26 N2 N7 N9 N14

A27 A29 S3 S5 S10 S12 S16 S19 S24 S26 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O24 O29 O31 N7

Former USC defender Susie Mora (left) played for Mexico at the 1999 World Cup. Isabelle Harvey (right) is USC’s only four-time All-American (1996-2000) and represented Canada at the 1999 World Cup.

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2003: Jim Millinder (9-8-4 overall, 5-3-1 Pac-10)

Florida State Florida Marquette Michigan Penn State Virginia St. Mary's UC Irvine Santa Clara Loyola Marymount BYU * Washington * Washington State * California * Stanford * Arizona * Arizona State * UCLA * Oregon * Oregon State ! Pepperdine

W L T W L L W T W T L T W W L L W L W W L

2-1 3-4 0-0 (OT) 2-1 2-3 0-3 3-2 0-0 (OT) 3-0 0-0 (OT) 1-2 1-1 (OT) 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-1 3-1 0-2 3-1 3-0 0-1

2004: Jim Millinder (9-9-1 overall, 3-6-0 Pac-10)

Rhode Island Florida State Hawai'i Rutgers Mississippi State Tennessee BYU San Diego Saint Mary’s UC Irvine * Oregon * Oregon State * Washington * Washington State * California * Stanford * Arizona * Arizona State * UCLA

W L L W W L T W W W W W L L W L L L L

3-2 1-2 1-2 3-2 (OT) 4-1 1-2 1-1 (OT) 2-0 2-1 2-1 2-0 1-0 1-2 (OT) 0-2 2-1 (OT) 0-1 0-3 0-1 2-3 (OT)

A A N A N A H H A A A H H A A H H A A A N

N A H H N A H A A A H H A A H H A A H

Year-by-Year Results

A27 S1 S3 S8 S10 S15 S17 S22 S28 S30 O8 O13 O15 O18 O20 O22 O27 O29 N3 N5 N8 N11

2000: Jim Millinder (14-6-2 overall, 5-3-1 Pac-10)

Year-by-Year Results

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER A26 A28 S4 S9 S11 S16 S18 S23 S27 S30 O7 O14 O16 O21 O23 O28 O30 N4 N6 N11 N13

2005: Jim Millinder (13-6-2 overall, 6-2-1 Pac-10)

Florida State Indiana UC Irvine Colorado Penn State Georgia Oakland Southern Methodist Long Beach State Loyola Marymount * UCLA * Oregon State * Oregon * Washington State * Washington * Stanford * California * Arizona State * Arizona ! Gonzaga ! Cal State Fullerton

L W W W L T W L W W L T W W W W L W W W L

0-4 6-0 4-0 2-0 1-3 1-1 (OT) 3-0 1-2 2-0 3-0 2-3 (OT) 0-0 (OT) 2-1 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 (OT) 1-0 1-0 1-3

H H A N N N N A H H A A A H H A A H H N A

2006: Jim Millinder

A25 A27 S1 S3 S8 S10 S15 S17 S22 S24 O6 O8 O15 O20 O22 O27 O29 N3 N5 N10 N12

A31 S2 S7 S9 S14 S16 S21 S23 S28 S30 O12 O14 O19 O21 O26 N2 N4 N9 N11 N16 N18 N24 N30 D7 D9

(11-5-5 overall, 3-2-4 Pac-10)

UC Santa Barbara UC Irvine Notre Dame Harvard Drake North Texas Eastern Washington UNLV San Diego Loyola Marymount * Stanford * California * UCLA * Arizona State * Arizona * Washington State * Washington * Oregon State * Oregon ! Santa Clara ! Stanford

T W L W W W W W W L T T L W T T W W L W L

0-0 (OT) 4-1 0-2 2-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 4-0 2-0 1-2 0-0 (OT) 0-0 (OT) 1-2 (OT) 1-0 0-0 (OT) 0-0 (OT) 2-0 3-1 1-3 1-0 0-2

2007: Ali Khosroshahin (20-3-2 overall, 6-2-1 Pac-10) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Weber State UC Santa Barbara Maryland Indiana Georgia Tennessee Oakland Michigan Long Beach State Portland * Oregon * Oregon State * California * Stanford * UCLA * Arizona * Arizona State * Washington * Washington State ! Creighton ! Missouri ! Florida ! West Virginia ! UCLA ! Florida State

W W W L W T W W W W W W W T L W W W L W W W W W W

5-1 2-0 2-1 1-2 (OT) 1-0 0-0 (OT) 2-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 1-0 5-0 3-0 1-1 (OT) 0-2 3-1 1-0 2-1 1-2 3-0 1-0 (OT) 1-0 1-0 2-1 2-0

H H A N N N H H H A H H H A A H H A A A N

H A N A H H A A A H H H A A A H H A A N A COL A N N

A22 A30 S1 S5 S7 S12 S14 S21 S26 O2 O5 O10 O12 O17 O19 O24 O31 N2 N7 N9 N13 N15 N22

A22 A30 S4 S6 S11 S13 S18 S20 S25 S27 O2 O9 O11 O16 O18 O23 O25 O30 N6 N8 N13

A20 A27 A29 S3 S5 S10 S12 S17 S24 S26 O1 O8 O10 O15 O17 O22 O29 O31 N5 N7 N12 N14

2008: Ali Khosroshahin (16-5-2 overall, 5-3-1 Pac-10)

San Diego Portland State Portland Santa Clara Alabama Georgia Clemson SMU Loyola Marymount Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Northridge * Washington * Washington State * Arizona * Arizona State * UCLA * California * Stanford * Oregon * Oregon State ! Boston Univ. ! BYU ! UCLA

W W L W W W W W W W W W T W L L W L W W W T L

1-0 (OT) A 2-0 A 1-0 (OT) A 2-1 H 7-1 H 3-2 (2OT) A 6-2 A 4-0 H 3-0 H 7-0 H 2-1 H 3-2 (OT) H 0-0 (OT) H 2-0 A 1-0 A 2-1 COL 2-0 H 3-1 COL 1-0 A 1-0 A 2-0 N 1-1 (4-2 PKs) A 1-0 A

2009: Ali Khosroshahin (12-6-3 overall, 4-3-2 Pac-10)

Texas A&M St. John’s Cal State Fullerton Ohio State Gonzaga Michigan Oklahoma State Oklahoma Pacific Santa Clara San Diego * Arizona State * Arizona * Stanford * California * Oregon State * Oregon * UCLA * Washington State * Washington ! Oklahoma State

L L W L W W W W W W W W W L W L W L T T T

3-0 2-1 4-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 3-2 2-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 4-0 3-2 (OT) 2-1 1-0 2-1 0-0 (OT) 2-2 (OT) 0-0 (4-5 PKs)

2010: Ali Khosroshahin (13-6-3 overall, 5-3-1 Pac-10)

San Diego TCU Texas UNC Greensboro Purdue Auburn Northern Arizona Oklahoma Gonzaga Eastern Washington San Diego * Stanford * California * Oregon State * Oregon * UCLA * Washington State * Washington * Arizona State * Arizona ! Illinois ! Notre Dame

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L W T T W W W W W W L L W L T W W W L W W L

1-0 1-0 1-1 (OT) 0-0 (OT) 1-0 1-0 (OT) 3-1 4-1 2-1 (OT) 5-1 1-0 2-1 5-4 (OT) 1-0 1-1 (OT) 1-0 3-2 2-0 3-0 5-0 3-1 4-0

A H N N H H A A A A H H H A A H H A A A N

H A A N N H H H A A A COL H A A COL H H A A N A

A19 A21 A26 A28 S2 S4 S9 S11 S18 S25 S30 O2 O7 O9 O14 O21 O23 O28 O30 N4

2011: Ali Khosroshahin (7-13-0 overall, 4-7-0 Pac-12)

Long Beach State San Diego Kansas Pacific Illinois Purdue Oklahoma State Texas Portland * Washington State * Oregon State * Oregon * Stanford * California * Washington * Arizona State * Arizona * Utah * Colorado * UCLA

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

2-1 3-1 3-2 2-1 3-1 2-1 (OT) 1-0 2-1 (OT) 2-1 2-1 1-0 (OT) 2-1 3-0 2-0 1-0 2-1 (OT) 1-0 3-0 1-0 5-2

H H N N A A H H H A H H A A A H H A A A

2012: Ali Khosroshahin (6-10-3 overall, 3-6-2 Pac-12) A17 A24 A26 A31 S2 S9 S14 S16 S21 S28 S30 O5 O7 O12 O19 O21 O26 O28 N2

at Cal State Fullerton Saint Mary’s Minnesota Duke San Diego at Cal State Northridge at San Diego Portland * Washington * Arizona State * Arizona * Oregon State * Oregon * Washington State * Utah * Colorado * Stanford * California * UCLA

W W L L L T W L W L T T L L W L L L W

3-2 4-1 4-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 (OT) 3-2 3-2 1-0 (OT) 5-4 (OT) 1-1 (OT) 1-1 (OT) 1-0 (OT) 4-0 1-0 1-0 (OT) 1-0 (OT) 1-0 3-2 (OT)

A H H H H A A H H A A A A A H H COL H H

* — Conference match ! — NCAA Tournament match

Home Site Guide: COL = Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum; CT = Cal Tech; DF = Dedeaux Field; ECC = El Camino College; ELAC = East L.A. College; HJF = Howard Jones Field; McA = McAlister Field Note: All home matches from 2002-present played at McAlister Field unless otherwise designated

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER Alabama (1-0) California (10-7-1) Connecticut (1-0) Long Beach State (2-1) Notre Dame (0-2) USC (MF)

W

7-1

10-2-94 10-5-95 10-18-96 11-2-97 11-8-98 10-8-99 11-3-00 10-14-01 10-20-02 10-24-03 10-29-04 11-6-05 10-22-06 11-2-07 10-17-08 10-11-09 11-7-10 10-23-11 9-30-12

USC (HJF) Tucson, AZ Tucson, AZ USC (C) Tucson, AZ USC (C) Tucson, AZ USC (MF) Tucson, AZ USC (MF) Tucson, AZ USC (MF) Tucson, AZ USC (MF) Tucson, AZ USC (MF) Tucson, AZ USC (MF) Tucson, AZ

W L W W W W W W W L L W T W W W W W T

4-3 (OT) 2-3 3-1 6-3 2-1 (OT) 6-0 3-1 2-0 2-1 (OT) 0-1 0-3 1-0 0-0 (OT) 3-1 2-0 2-0 5-0 1-0 1-1 (OT)

—— rizona (14-3-2)

A

—— rizona State (12-5)

A

10-20-96 10-31-97 11-6-98 10-10-99 11-5-00 10-12-01 10-18-02 10-26-03 10-31-04 11-4-05 10-20-06 11-4-07 10-19-08 10-9-09 11-5-10 10-21-11 9-28-12

Tempe, AZ USC (C) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ USC (MF) Tempe, AZ

——

Auburn (1-0) 9-10-10 USC (MF)

—— aylor (2-0)

B

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

3-0 2-3 2-0 2-0 1-0 (OT) 3-2 2-1 (2OT) 3-1 0-1 1-0 (OT) 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-3 2-1 (OT) 4-5 (2OT)

W 1-0 (OT)

9-18-98 Westwood, CA W 9-8-00 USC (MF) W

—— iola (1-0)

B

1-0 3-1

10-22-95 10-4-96 10-12-97 10-18-98 10-22-99 10-27-00 11-11-01 10-13-02 10-17-03 10-22-04 10-30-05 10-8-06 10-19-07 10-31-08 10-18-09 10-10-10 10-9-11 10-28-12

Berkeley, CA USC (HJF) Berkeley, CA USC (C) Berkeley, CA USC (MF) Berkeley, CA USC (MF) Berkeley, CA USC (MF) Berkeley, CA USC (MF) Berkeley, CA USC (MF) Berkeley, CA USC (MF) Berkeley, CA USC (MF)

—— al Poly (0-3)

C

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

10-16-93 San Luis Obispo, CA L 9-9-94 USC (HJF) L 10-29-95 San Luis Obispo, CA L

—— SU Bakersfield (1-0)

C

0-4 1-3 1-5

2-0 1-2

9-15-06 USC (MF) 9-26-10 Cheney, WA

W W

2-0 5-1

9-6-99 9-15-00 8-31-03 11-24-07

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

——

Eastern Washington (2-0) ——

Florida (1-3)

——

Florida State (2-2) 8-29-03 8-29-04 8-26-05 12-9-07

Tallahassee, FLW Tallahassee, FL L USC (MF) L College Station, TXW

9-7-96 9-11-97 9-25-98 9-30-99

USC (HJF) Fresno, CA USC (C) Fresno, CA

9-3-94

USC (HJF)

W

3-0

3-0 4-0 2-1

H

——

USC (MF) Gainesville, FL Gainesville, FL USC (C)

——

Fresno State (1-2-1) ——

Georgia (2-0-1) G

——

Cal State Northridge (3-0)

2-1

9-14-08 Clemson, SC W

6-2

—— entral Florida (1-0)

C

—— lemson (1-0)

C

—— olorado (3-1)

C

9-1-00 9-9-05 10-30-11 10-21-12

Tempe, AZ Westwood, CA Boulder, CO USC (MF)

——

2-1 1-2 0-4 2-0

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

—— onzaga (3-0)

11-11-05 Fullerton, CA W 1-0 9-11-09 USC (MF) W 2-0 9-24-10 Spokane, WA W 2-1 (OT)

——

11-5-94 USC (HJF) 9-17-96 USC (C) 9-3-04 USC (MF)

L W L

0-2 6-0 1-2

South Bend, IN W

2-0

11-12-10 South Bend, IN W 9-2-11 Champaign, IL W

3-1 3-1

—— arvard (1-0)

9-3-06

I

—— llinois (2-0) ——

Indiana (1-1)

8-28-05 USC (MF) W 6-0 9-9-07 Bloomington, IN L 1-2 (OT) W 1-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 L 1-0 (2OT)

I

—— owa State (1-0)

8-29-97 Ames, IA

W

5-1

8-26-11 San Diego, CA L

2-3

—— ansas (0-1)

K

——

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9-27-05 USC (MF) W 9-28-07 Long Beach, CA W 8-16-11 USC (MF) L

2-0 3-0 1-2

—— oyola Marymount (7-4-3)

L

9-5-93 9-11-93 9-7-94 10-5-94 9-6-95 9-26-97 9-27-98 9-22-00 9-30-01 10-4-02 9-28-03 9-30-05 9-24-06 9-26-08

Westchester, CAL 1-2 Cal Tech L 0-3 Westchester, CAT 2-2 (OT) USC (HJF) W 2-1 Westchester, CAW 1-0 USC (C) W 4-1 Westchester, CAL 0-2 USC (MF) W 1-0 Westchester, CAW 3-0 USC (MF) T 2-2 (OT) Westchester, CAT 0-0 (OT) USC (MF) W 3-0 Westchester, CAL 1-2 USC (MF) W 3-0

——

Marquette (0-0-1) 9-5-03

9-16-05 Westchester, CA T 1-1 (OT) 9-14-07 USC (MF) W 1-0 9-12-08 Athens, GA W 3-2

Cal State Hayward (1-0) Hawai’i (1-2)

9-17-00 Gainesville, FL W

——

W L

1-1 (OT) 2-2 (OT) 1-1 (OT) 2-1 2-3 4-2 (OT) 6-0 3-1 1-3 4-0 3-2

2-0

W 1-0 W 2-1 T 1-1 (OT) L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-2 T 1-1 (OT) T 1-1 (USC 4-2 PKs)

9-24-99 Durham, NC 8-31-12 USC (MF)

D

T T T W L W W W L W W

W

USC (C) USC (C) Provo, UT Provo, UT USC (MF) Provo, UT USC (MF) Provo, UT

3-0

Fullerton, CA Cal Tech USC (HJF) Fullerton, CA Fullerton, CA Fullerton, CA USC (C) Fullerton, CA Fullerton, CA San Diego, CA USC (MF)

C

3-0

W

9-8-93 11-3-93 10-8-94 11-1-94 9-27-95 11-6-96 9-19-97 10-1-98 11-13-05 9-4-09 8-17-12

—— al State Fullerton (6-2-3)

Lincoln, NE

—— uke (1-1)

6-2 3-0

11-13-08 Provo, UT

9-22-98 9-17-99 9-28-00 8-31-01 9-21-02 10-3-03 9-16-04 11-15-08

9-8-06

W W

5-1

B

——

Drake (1-0)

9-16-94 USC (DF) 8-31-96 Chico, CA

——

Cal State Chico (2-0)

W 2-1 (OT)

11-16-07 Columbia, MO W

7-0

W

—— YU (3-2-3)

C

W

8-30-93 Cal Tech

B

—— reighton (1-0)

10-2-08 USC (MF)

10-9-96 Northridge, CA W 10-1-97 USC (C) W 10-5-08 USC (MF) W

—— oston Univ. (1-0)

9-12-99 Lincoln, NE

M

Ann Arbor, MI T 0-0 (OT)

—— aryland (2-1)

9-11-98 College Park, MD L 9-4-99 USC (MF) W 9-7-07 Bloomington, IN W

0-3 3-0 2-1

9-3-00 9-7-03 9-23-07 9-13-09

W W W W

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

L

1-4

9-10-04 Knoxville, TN W

4-1

——

Michigan (4-0)

Tempe, AZ Ann Arbor, MI Ann Arbor, MI USC (MF)

——

Minnesota (0-1) 8-26-12 USC (MF)

M

—— ississippi State (1-0)

M

—— issouri (1-0)

M

—— ontana (1-0)

11-18-07 Columbia, MO W 1-0 (2OT)

10-3-99 USC (C)

W

4-0

10-27-95 8-31-97 9-20-98 9-9-01

W L L L

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

—— ebraska (1-3)

N

USC (HJF) Lincoln, NE USC (C) USC (C)

——

New Mexico (0-1) 10-15-93 Cal Tech

L 1-2 (OT)

9-26-99 Durham, NC 9-1-02 Lincoln, NE

L L

0-5 0-2

9-10-06 Lincoln, NE

W

2-0

9-12-10 USC (MF)

W

3-1

—— orth Carolina (0-2)

N

——

North Texas (1-0)

—— orthern Arizona (1-0)

N

——

9-1-06 South Bend, IN L 11-14-10 South Bend, IN L

0-2 0-4

9-23-01 USC (MF) W 9-18-05 Westchester, CAW 9-21-07 Rochester, MI W

3-1 2-0 2-0

9-20-09 Norman, OK 9-17-10 USC (MF)

1-0 4-1

——

Oakland (3-0)

——

Oklahoma (2-0) ——

W W

Oklahoma State (1-1-1)

9-18-09 Stillwater, OK W 1-0 11-13-09 Santa Clara, CA T 0-0 (OkSt 4-5 PKs) 9-9-11 USC (MF) L 0-1

——

Ohio State (0-1) 9-6-09

San Diego, CA L

9-15-96 10-19-97 10-25-98 10-29-99 10-13-00 10-28-01 11-3-02 11-7-03 10-8-04 10-16-05 11-5-06 10-12-07 11-7-08 10-25-09 10-17-10 10-2-11 10-7-12

USC (C) Eugene, OR USC (C) Eugene, OR USC (MF) Eugene, OR USC (MF) Eugene, OR USC (MF) Eugene, OR Eugene, OR USC (MF) Eugene, OR USC (MF) Eugene, OR USC (MF) Eugene, OR

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

9-18-93 9-25-94 11-5-95 9-20-96 10-17-97 10-23-98 10-31-99 10-15-00 10-26-01 11-1-02 11-9-03 10-10-04 10-14-05 11-3-06 10-14-07 11-9-08 10-23-09 10-15-10 9-30-11 10-5-12

Cal Tech USC (HJF) USC (HJF) Corvallis, OR Corvallis, OR USC (C) Corvallis, OR USC (MF) Corvaills, OR USC (MF) Corvallis, OR USC (MF) Corvallis, OR Corvallis, OR USC (MF) Corvallis, OR USC (MF) Corvallis, OR USC (MF) Corvallis, OR

L L W W W W W W W W W W T W W W L L L T

1-3 1-2 5-2 5-1 4-3 (OT) 4-1 3-0 5-2 1-0 2-1 (OT) 3-0 1-0 0-0 (OT) 3-1 5-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 (OT) 1-1 (OT)

9-27-93 Cal Tech W 9-25-09 Stockton, CA W 8-28-11 San Diego, CA W

7-0 3-2 2-1

O

—— regon (13-3-1)

——

0-1

Oregon State (13-5-2)

——

Pacific (3-0)

Opponent Series Records

9-7-08

2013 USC WOMEN’S SOCCER San Diego State (3-5)

——

Opponent Series Records

Penn State (1-2)

9-6-02 Westwood, CA W 9-12-03 Charlottesville, VA L 9-11-05 Westwood, CA L

1-0 2-3 1-3

9-22-93 11-6-93 9-21-94 10-28-94 10-11-95 11-10-96 9-5-97 9-6-98 11-16-01 11-14-03

2-7 0-2 1-0 2-0 3-2 2-0 2-0 3-0 0-1 0-1

——

Pepperdine (6-4) Malibu, CA Cal Tech Malibu, CA USC (HJF) Malibu, CA USC (C) Malibu, CA USC (MF) Westwood, CA Westwood, CA

—— ortland (2-3)

P

9-10-99 9-30-07 9-1-08 9-18-11 9-16-12

Lincoln, NE USC (MF) Portland, OR Portland, OR USC (MF)

L L W W W W W W L L

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

—— ortland State (1-0)

P

8-30-08 Portland, OR

—— urdue (2-0)

P

9-5-10 9-4-11

W

Fullerton, CA W 1-0 West Lafayette, IN W 2-1 (OT)

——

Rhode Island (1-0) 8-27-04 Tallahassee, FL W

3-2

——

Rutgers (1-0) 9-5-04

USC (MF)

—— t. John’s (0-1)

S

2-0

W 3-2 (OT)

8-30-09 USC (MF)

L

1-2

9-26-01 9-19-03 9-24-04 8-24-12

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

—— t. Mary's (3-0-1)

S

Moraga, CA USC (MF) Moraga, CA USC (MF)

——

Sacramento State 9-29-95 USC (HJF)

W

—— an Diego (8-6-1)

S

10-22-93 9-13-94 11-8-00 9-18-01 9-27-02 11-15-02 9-19-04 9-22-06 8-22-08 10-2-09 8-20-10 10-1-10 8-21-11 9-2-12 9-14-12

(1-0) 7-0

San Diego, CA L 0-6 San Diego, CA W 3-1 USC (C) W 2-1 San Diego, CA L 0-1 USC (MF) T 0-0 (OT) Los Angeles, CAW 1-0 (OT) San Diego, CA W 2-0 USC (MF) W 2-0 San Diego, CA W 1-0 (OT) USC (MF) W 4-0 USC (MF) L 0-1 San Diego, CA L 0-1 USC (MF) L 1-3 USC (MF) L 1-2 San Diego, CA W 3-2

——

10-8-93 9-30-94 9-23-95 9-10-96 9-14-97 9-4-98 11-15-98 10-7-01

San Diego, CA USC (HJF) San Diego, CA USC (HJF) San Diego, CA USC (MF) San Diego, CA San Diego, CA

——

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

—— an Jose State (1-0-1)

S

9-27-96 USC (HJF) 9-21-97 USC (C)

W 3-1 T 0-0 (OT)

—— anta Clara (5-1)

S

9-18-00 10-6-02 9-26-03 11-10-06 9-5-08 9-27-09

Santa Clara, CA L USC (MF) W Santa Clara, CA W Santa Clara, CA W USC (MF) W Santa Clara, CA W

1-2 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-1 2-0

—— outhern Methodist (1-2)

S

11-14-99 USC (C) 9-23-05 Dallas, TX 9-21-08 USC (MF)

——

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

Stanford (3-14-3) 10-9-93 10-20-95 11-1-96 10-10-97 10-16-98 10-24-99 10-29-00 11-9-01 10-11-02 10-19-03 10-24-04 10-28-05 10-6-06 11-12-06 10-21-07 11-2-08 10-16-09 10-8-10 10-7-11 10-26-12

San Diego, CA L Palo Alto, CA L East L.A. Coll. L Palo Alto, CA W USC (C) W Palo Alto, CA L USC (C) L Palo Alto, CA T USC (MF) L Palo Alto, CA L USC (MF) L Palo Alto, CA W USC (MF) T Santa Clara, CAL Palo Alto, CA T USC (C) L Palo Alto, CA L USC (C) L Palo Alto, CA L USC (C) L

0-10 1-6 0-1 3-2 2-1 2-3 2-4 1-1 (OT) 0-2 0-2 0-1 1-0 0-0 (OT) 0-2 1-1 (OT) 3-1 0-4 1-2 0-3 1-0 (OT2)

8-27-10 Fort Worth, TX W

1-0

TCU (1-0)

——

—— ennessee (1-1-1)

T

UC Irvine (10-1-2) 10-16-94 9-10-95 10-13-96 10-5-97 10-4-98 8-29-99 8-27-00 9-21-01 9-29-02 9-21-03 9-26-04 9-4-05 8-27-06

Irvine, CA USC (HJF) Irvine, CA USC (C) Irvine, CA USC (C) Irvine, CA USC (MF) Irvine, CA USC (MF) Irvine, CA Irvine, CA USC (MF)

——

UC San Diego (0-1-1)

10-27-93 La Mirada, CA L 2-3 10-14-94 La Jolla, CA T 0-0 (OT)

——

UC Santa Barbara (5-1-1) 10-1-93 9-11-94 9-3-95 10-6-96 9-7-97 8-25-06 9-2-07

Santa Barbara, CA L Santa Barbara, CAW

USC (HJF) USC (C) USC (MF)

W T Santa Barbara, CAW

—— LA (5-20-1)

UC

9-13-93 10-29-93 9-27-94 10-12-94 9-19-95 10-23-96 10-26-97 11-1-98 11-7-99 10-8-00 11-11-00 10-20-01 10-27-02 11-17-02 11-2-03 11-7-04 10-7-05 10-15-06

Cal Tech Westwood, CA USC (HJF) Westwood, CA Westwood, CA USC (C) Westwood, CA USC (C) Westwood, CA USC (C) Westwood, CA Westwood, CA USC (MF) Westwood, CA Westwood, CA USC (MF) Westwood, CA USC (MF)

——

8-22-09 College Station, TX L

0-3

9-13-98 College Park, MD W

4-0

—— owson (1-0)

T

USC (C) Westwood, CA Westwood, CA USC (C) Westwood, CA USC (MF)

L L L W L W

0-2 2-1 1-2 0-1 1-2 1-0 2-5 3-2 (OT)

—— NC Greensboro (0-0-1)

U

9-3-10

Fullerton, CA

——

UNLV (1-0)

9-17-06 USC (MF)

T 0-0 (OT)

W

4-0

W W Salt Lake City, UT W Salt Lake City, UT L USC (MF) W

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

9-10-00 USC (MF) W 9-13-02 Winston-Salem, NCW

3-0 2-0

—— tah (4-1)

U

10-7-95 11-3-96 9-30-00 10-28-11 10-19-12

Tucson, AZ USC (C)

——

Vanderbilt (2-0) ——

Virginia (0-1-1)

9-8-02 Los Angeles, CA T 0-0 (OT) 9-14-03 Charlottesville, VA L 0-3

——

L L L L L W L W L T L L L L L L L L

0-6 0-2 0-1 1-3 (OT) 1-4 3-2 1-3 5-4 0-3 1-1 (OT) 0-3 1-2 0-2 0-1 (2OT) 0-2 2-3 (OT) 2-3 (2OT) 1-2 (OT)

Wake Forest (0-1) 9-15-02 Winston-Salem, NC L

——

Washington (11-6-2) 10-1-95 9-22-96 11-9-97 10-11-98 11-11-98 10-15-99 10-20-00 11-4-01 11-10-02 10-9-03 10-15-04 10-23-05 10-29-06 11-9-07

USC (HJF) Seattle, WA USC (C) Seattle, WA USC (C) USC (C) Seattle, WA USC (MF) Seattle, WA USC (MF) Seattle, WA USC (MF) USC (MF) Seattle, WA

1-2

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

Alyssa Dávila and Megan Ohai

won an NCAA Championship as freshmen in 2007 and finished their USC careers having played in a program-record 91 games each, both ranked in the top-10 for career goals and game-winners.

T 1-1 (OT) L 1-2 (2OT)

Texas A&M (0-1)

0-2 1-0 4-2 3-2 (OT) 3-1 0-0 (OT) 2-0

Westwood, CA L College Station, TX W

‘SC Scrapbo ok...

——

8-29-10 Austin, TX 9-11-11 USC (MF)

W

Santa Barbara, CAW

9-3-01 Provo, UT W 1-0 9-12-04 Knoxville, TN L 1-2 9-16-07 USC (MF) T 0-0 (OT)

Texas (0-1-1)

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

10-26-07 12-7-07 10-24-08 11-22-08 10-30-09 10-22-10 11-4-11 11-2-12

40

10-10-08 11-9-09 10-31-10 10-14-11 9-21-12

USC (MF) Seattle, WA USC (MF) Seattle, WA USC (MF)

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

10-15-95 9-30-96 11-7-97 10-9-98 10-17-99 10-20-00 11-2-01 11-8-02 10-11-03 10-17-04 10-21-05 10-27-06 9-25-11 11-11-07 10-12-08 11-6-09 10-29-10 10-12-12

USC (HJF)

W

——

Washington State (9-6-3)

2-1 3-1 2-0 0-2 4-0 2-1 (2OT) 1-0 1-4 1-0 0-2 2-0 0-0 (OT) 1-2 1-2 0-0 (OT) 0-0 (OT) 3-2 0-4

San Luis Obispo, CAW

El Camino Coll. W Pullman, WA L USC (C) W Pullman, WA W USC (MF) W Pullman, WA L USC (MF) W Pullman, WA L USC (MF) W USC (MF) T USC (MF) L Pullman, WA L USC (MF) T Pullman, WA T USC (MF) W Pullman, WA L

——

Weber State (1-0) 8-31-07 USC (MF)

W

5-1

10-2-93 Santa Barbara, CA L 10-22-94 USC (HJF) L 9-15-95 Santa Barbara, CA L

1-3 2-3 2-3

—— estmont (0-3)

W


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