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2013 Information Guide & Record Book


2013 Sand Shark Soccer

Chelsie Poppy Taylor 00Fred Gallman 1Mummert 2Arrowood 3Miller

4Olivia Dizon

6Brittany Pacifico 7Megan Benoist

11Shannon Blair 10Jessica Tooley

GK • 5-7 • Jr. Gaffney, S.C. Gaffney HS

D • 5-4 • Fr. Palm Coast, Fla. Flagler Palm Coast HS

GK • 5-7• Jr. Summerville, S.C. Summerville HS

D/MF • 5-8 • Fr. Trenton, Mich. Trenton HS

D • 5-8 • Fr. Nottingham, England Lincoln Minster School

F• 5-1 • So. Matthews, N.C. East Gaston HS

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9Pascale Rocca

Hunter Dye

MF/F • 5-3 • So. Sudbury, Ontario Cardinal Newman HS

F• 5-7 • So. Gilbert, S.C. Gilbert HS

5Sinead Byrne

D/MF • 5-10 • Sr. Coventry, England Tri-County Technical College

F • 5-4• So. Charleston, S.C. West Ashley HS

MF • 5-8 • Fr. Fort Mill, S.C. Nation Ford HS

MF/F • 5-2• So. Tega Cay, S.C. Fort Mill HS

Emily Caroline Aly Bridgette 12Stephanie 13Sam Satterlee 14Bowman 15Mentrup 16Richards 17Noonan Moldenhauer

MF • 5-3 • Jr. Savannah, Ga. St. Vincent’s Academy

MF • 5-6• So. Clover, S.C. Clover HS

19Jamie Smith 18Brittany LorenTz F • 5-10 • Fr. Burlington, Ontario Notre Dame Catholic HS

MF • 5-6 • Fr. Locust Grove, Ga. Locust Grove HS

D • 5-6 • So. North Augusta, S.C. North Augusta HS

D• 5-4 • Fr. Shelby, N.C. East Gaston HS

F/MF • 5-5 • Fr. Blythewood, S.C. Blythewood HS

MF • 5-2 • Fr. Hilton Head Island, S.C. Hilton Head Island HS

Cameron KimBerly 20Alexa Muffley 21Johnson 22 23Claire Kennedy MF • 5-10 • Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. East Carolina University

Croney-Clark

F • 5-4 • Fr. Paris, Ky. The Sayre School

F • 5-1 • Fr. Charleston, S.C. West Ashley HS

Cristen 27Roxanne Hopkins 29Stubbs 25Megan Atkinson 26Sturkie 24Marissa Hamm

D • 5-9 • So. Columbia, S.C. Irmo HS

Sarah Grace

MF • 5-3 • So. Rincon, Ga. Effingham County HS

D • 5-8• Jr. Waterford, N.J. Hammonton HS

D • 5-5 • Fr. Swansea, S.C. Swansea HS

D • 5-10 • Fr. Summerville, S.C. Ashley Ridge HS

MF • 5-5 • So. Marietta, Ga. The Darlington School


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2013 SChedule

AUGUST

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30 MILLIGAN (TENN.) Project sole shoe drive

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1 HASTINGS (Neb.) Project sole shoe drive 7 at USC Aiken 12 BREWTON-PARKER (ga.) 17 ERSKINE 22 at Alabama State 27 at Florida Memorial* 29 at St. Thomas*

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SEPTEMBER

Thomas (ga.)* 3 p.m. homecoming Embry-Riddle (fla.)* 1 p.m. pup club day at Webber International (Fla.)* 3 p.m. at Warner (Fla.)* 2 p.m. at SCAD Savannah (Ga.)* 7 p.m. at St. Andrews (N.C.) Noon SOUTHEASTERN (fla.)* 3 p.m. faculty/staff appreciation day AVE MARIA (fla.)* 1 p.m. senior day

Meet The Sand Sharks

Roster & Pronunciation Guide................................... 4 Coaching staff............................................................. 4 Returning Letterwinners........................................ 5-9 Newcomers............................................................ 10-12

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NAIA............................................................................ 14 Champions of Character........................................... 15 About USCB................................................................ 16 Fin Land Field............................................................ 16 Who’s Who AT USCB.................................................. 17

CONFERENCE & opponents

The Sun Conference................................................. 18 Non-Conference Opponents..................................... 19

History & record book

2012 Season Review.............................................. 20-21 Team and Coaching Records...................................... 22 Individual Records.................................................... 23

On The Cover: Clockwise from top-left — Emily Mentrup, Marissa Hamm, Claire Kennedy, Pascale Rocca, Chelsie Mummert. Photos by Jim Killian.

home games in all caps *Sun Conference opponent

All times and dates subject to change. Please visit USCBAthletics.com for updated schedule information.

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Season Preview......................................................... 2-3 2013 preseason polls................................................. 2 Gameday Staff.............................................................. 3 Media Policies.............................................................. 3

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OCTOBER

6 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

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23 JOHNSON & WALES (fla.) 24 WEST Virginia TECH Youth Day

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FINAL 2012 TOP 25

Results of the NAIA Women’s Soccer Coaches’ 2012 Postseason Top 25 Poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, final 2012 record and total points. Rank 2012 Record Pts 1. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) [20] 20-4-1 560 2. Lee (Tenn.) 20-1-2 533 3. Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) 19-4-1 514 4. Spring Arbor (Mich.) 20-3-2 504 5. Vanguard (Calif.) 18-2-1 492 6. Concordia (Ore.) 17-3-2 483 7. Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 17-6-0 448 8. Mobile (Ala.) 15-4-2 411 9. Texas at Brownsville 16-4-1 394 10. Oklahoma City 20-2-0 393 11. Kansas Wesleyan 20-2-0 392 12. Northwood (Fla.) 14-5-1 363 13. Martin Methodist (Tenn.) 15-4-0 340 14. Cumberland (Tenn.) 19-3-0 331 15. William Carey (Miss.) 14-5-1 311 16. Robert Morris (Ill.) 16-6-0 278 17. Cal State San Marcos 11-6-3 271 18. Graceland (Iowa) 17-3-1 256 19. Westmont (Calif.) 12-6-1 250 20. Ashford (Iowa) 14-5-2 203 21. Benedictine (Kan.) 15-3-3 201 22. Davenport (Mich.) 17-3-1 164 23. Brenau (Ga.) 13-5-0 163 24. Baker (Kan.) 13-7-1 123 25. Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 14-2-2 109 Others receiving votes: Judson (Ill.) 108; Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) 92; Carroll (Mont.) 61; Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) 57; Viterbo (Wis.) 55; Bellevue (Neb.) 24; Biola (Calif.) 17; Northwest (Wash.) 14; Grace (Ind.) 9; Southern Oregon 6; Westminster (Utah) 3. 2013 USCB opponents in bold

Sand Sharks Seek

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ven as the 2012 season concluded with the USCB women’s soccer team achieving its preseason goal of reaching the Sun Conference Tournament, it also ended with the notion that the Sand Sharks were capable of much more. That feeling carried over to the spring, when the returning players dedicated themselves to improving and the coaching staff assembled an impressive recruiting class to fill the gaps created by graduation and add depth at every position. It seeped into the summer, when the Sand Sharks devoted much of their free time to an offseason workout plan that ensured they would return to campus in top physical condition. And it manifested itself in the preseason, when the team returned Aug. 1 to begin an intense three-week training camp leading up to the season opener against Johnson & Wales on Aug. 23. Evidence of the Sand Sharks’ discontent can

also be seen before every match, emblazoned across the back of their warm-up tops in a message that serves as a rallying cry for the coming season: #NeverSatisfied. Never Satisfied. But coach Ed Heberling and his team hope to move closer to self-fulfillment in Year 3 of Sand Shark Soccer, thanks to a strong nucleus of returning players and an influx of capable newcomers. “I’m really excited about this year,” Heberling said. “The returning players have really bought into the system and understand what we’re trying to do here, and the new players are talented and hard-working and have mixed in well.” Among those returners is Sinéad Byrne, the Sand Sharks’ lone senior. Byrne has emerged as a team leader and is one of the most improved players on the roster heading into the season. She has moved forward to help solidify the midfield, where juniors Alexa Muffley and Steph Moldenhauer and sophomores

Sun Conference preseason poll

Results of the Sun Conference Preaseason Coaches Poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 2012 overall and conference record and total points. Rank Overall TSC Pts 1. Embry-Riddle (5) 17-6 8-1 115 2. Northwood (6) 14-5-1 8-0-1 113 3. SCAD Savannah 11-6-1 6-2-1 92 3. St. Thomas (1) 11-4-2 6-1-2 91 5. Thomas 10-8-1 4-5 74 6. Webber International 11-5-1 5-3-1 65 7. Southeastern 8-8-1 4-4-1 62 8. USC Beaufort 9-10 4-5 52 9. Johnson & Wales 8-8 2-7 46 10. Warner 3-13 2-7 33 11. Florida Memorial 1-15 1-8 27 12. Ave Maria 3-12 1-8 22

In her third season at USCB, senior Sinéad Byrne has emerged as one of the team’s leaders.

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Satisfying Results In Year 3

Quin Monahan.................... Director of Athletics Kelley Ard........................... Gameday Manager Brandi Laval............. Athletics Academic Advisor Genia Montford....... Athletics Business Manager Joey Wilson..................Certified Athletic Trainer Justin Jarrett..............Sports Information Director Jody Vermilyea........ PA/Play-By-Play Announcer Jim Glasson......................... Color Commentator James Duffy........................ Color Commentator Brackin Lambert.......................Student Assistant

Media Policies

Credentials are not required to cover USCB athletics events, but we do request advance notice of 48 hours so we can make the necessary arrangements. When covering USCB home soccer games, please check in at the admissions gate to receive a press badge that will grant you entrance to the press or photography areas. Please return this badge to the press area before leaving. Gameday interviews should be conducted after the game only. The sports information staff will be happy to assist you by retrieving players and coaches for postgame interviews. Rosters and game notes will be provided before the game, and complete game statistics will be available within 10-15 minutes after the conclusion.

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Sand Sharks were picked in the preseason to We have a group duplicate last year’s eighth-place finish in the Sun Conference, but Heberling has his sights of players who are set on making the top six — the top half of the willing to put forth 12-team league — and has seen enough to believe his team has the talent to do so. the effort to build a “We’ve looked good in the preseason,” successful program. Heberling said. “We were able to accomplish some things that we weren’t able to do quite — USCB Coach Ed Heberling as well last year. We still need work, because we’re young, but we have a group of players who are willing to put forth the effort to build a successful program.” The Sand Sharks will again take on a challenging slate of opponents, including the usual difficult lineup of Sun Conference foes. National powers Embry-Riddle and Northwood are picked atop the conference in the preseason, with SCAD Savannah and St. Thomas close behind. The middle of the pack figures to be extremely competitive with Webber International, Southeastern, Thomas, USCB, Johnson & Wales and Warner all fighting to move into the upper tier of the standings. The Sand Sharks also have non-conference tests against NCAA Division I Alabama State and NCAA Division II Erskine and USC Aiken.

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Jessica Tooley and Pascale Rocca also lend experience and freshman Bridgette Noonan should be a factor. Moldenhauer tied for the team lead with four goals a year ago, while Tooley led the team with 10 points despite missing six games because of injury. Noonan and sophomore forward Taylor Arrowood, a transfer from Catawba College, provide a boost in team speed and should help make the attack more dynamic than in 2010. The recruiting class is loaded with height, which should make the Sand Sharks stronger in the air, one of the team’s weaknesses a year ago. Freshman Brittany Lorentz, a 5-foot-10 forward from Ontario, will give USCB a target in the air on set pieces, and freshmen Megan Benoist and Shannon Blair add size and athleticism at the center back positions. The imposing presence of Benoist and Blair in the middle, along with sophomore Claire Kennedy and Emily Mentrup on the outside, gives the Sand Sharks a strong back line. That should take some of the pressure off junior goalkeeper Chelsie Mummert, who led the Sun Conference with 140 saves a year ago. Heberling hopes all of that adds up to another year of dramatic improvement. The

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2013 Sand Shark Soccer Head Coach ED HEBERLING

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Heberling joined USCB in February 2011 as the school’s first women’s soccer coach, quickly assembling a team to begin play in August 2011. A native of Taylorville, Ill., Heberling came to USCB after serving as head men’s and women’s soccer coach at Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton, S.C. Heberling launched the Tri-County Tech women’s program in May 2010 and guided both teams for one season. Before that, Heberling served as head men’s and women’s soccer coach at his alma mater, Iowa Wesleyan College, where he was a second-team all-conference goalkeeper and forward. Heberling was the head coach of the Iowa Wesleyan women from 2003-10 and director of soccer operations from 2004-10. He served as an assistant for the men’s team from 2003-08 and took over as head coach for the 2009 and 2010 seasons. In Iowa, Heberling also coached at Mount Pleasant Community High School, serving as head coach of the boys team in 2005 and head coach of the girls team in 2010.

Assistant HEAD Coach HILARY GEORGE

George joined the USCB coaching staff in July 2012 after six seasons as an assistant at Armstrong Atlantic State, where the Pirates went 91-25-13 during her tenure and reached the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2011. During her playing career, she was a first-team All-America selection by the National Christian College Athletic Association as a goalkeeper at GardnerWebb, where she still ranks second in school history in shutouts in a season (7.5) and career (14.5).

Assistant Coach Mike Manning

Manning is entering his third year with the Sand Sharks. A goalkeeper and defender at Olivet (Mich.) College, Manning is now the head girls soccer coach at Bluffton High School coaches the Southside Soccer Club.

Assistant COACH Dan Waymont

Waymont is in his first season with the Sand Sharks. A native of England, Waymont played collegiately at Mars Hill College in North Carolina and played in the National Professional Soccer League before beginning his coaching career. He is now the director of Storm Soccer Academy on Hilton Head Island.

Position Ht.

00 Krystan “Fred” Gallman GK 1 Chelsie Mummert GK 2 Taylor Arrowood F 3 Poppy Miller D 4 Olivia Dizon F 5 Sinéad Byrne D/MF 6 Brittany Pacifico D 7 Megan Benoist D/MF 8 Hunter Dye F 9 Pascale Rocca MF/F 10 Jessica Tooley MF/F 11 Shannon Blair MF/D 12 Stephanie Moldenhauer MF 13 Sam Satterlee MF 14 Caroline Bowman D 15 Emily Mentrup D 16 Aly Richards MF/F 17 Bridgette Noonan MF 18 Brittany Lorentz F 19 Jamie Smith MF 20 Alexa Muffley MF 21 Kimberly Johnson F 22 Cameron Croney-Clark F 23 Claire Kennedy D 24 Marissa Hamm MF 25 Megan Atkinson D 26 Cristen Sturkie D 27 Roxanne Hopkins D 29 Sarah Grace Stubbs MF

ALPHABETICAL roster No. Name

Position Ht.

2 Taylor Arrowood F 25 Megan Atkinson D 7 Megan Benoist D/MF 11 Shannon Blair MF/D 14 Caroline Bowman D 5 Sinéad Byrne D/MF 22 Cameron Croney-Clark F 4 Olivia Dizon F 8 Hunter Dye F 00 Krystan “Fred” Gallman GK 24 Marissa Hamm MF 27 Roxanne Hopkins D 21 Kimberly Johnson F 23 Claire Kennedy D 18 Brittany Lorentz F 15 Emily Mentrup D 3 Poppy Miller D 12 Stephanie Moldenhauer MF/F 20 Alexa Muffley MF 1 Chelsie Mummert GK 17 Bridgette Noonan MF 6 Brittany Pacifico D 16 Aly Richards MF/F 9 Pascale Rocca MF/F 13 Sam Satterlee MF 19 Jamie Smith MF 29 Sarah Grace Stubbs MF 26 Cristen Sturkie D 10 Jessica Tooley MF/F

Pronunciation guide

Class Hometown/Previous school

5-7 Jr. Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney HS 5-7 Jr. Summerville, S.C./Summerville HS 5-1 So. Weddington, N.C./Catawba College 5-8 Fr. Nottingham, England/Lincoln Minster School 5-4 So. Charleston, S.C./West Ashley HS 5-10 Sr. Coventry, England/Tri-County Technical College 5-4 Fr. Palm Coast, Fla./Flagler Palm Coast HS 5-8 Fr. Trenton, Mich./Trenton HS 5-7 So. Gilbert, S.C./Gilbert HS 5-3 So. Sudbury, Ontario/Cardinal-Newman (S.C.) HS 5-2 So. Tega Cay, S.C./Fort Mill HS 5-8 Fr. Fort Mill, S.C./Nation Ford HS 5-3 Jr. Savannah, Ga./St. Vincent’s Academy 5-6 So. Clover, S.C./Clover HS 5-4 Fr. Stanley, N.C./East Gaston HS 5-6 So. North Augusta, S.C./North Augusta HS 5-5 Fr. Blythewood, S.C./Blythewood HS 5-2 Fr. Hilton Head Island, S.C./Hilton Head Island HS 5-10 Fr. Burlington, Ontario/Notre Dame Catholic HS 5-6 Fr. Locust Grove, Ga./Locust Grove HS 5-10 Jr. Jacksonville, Fla./East Carolina 5-1 Fr. Charleston, S.C./West Ashley HS 5-4 Fr. Paris, Ky./The Sayre School 5-9 So. Columbia, S.C./Irmo HS 5-3 So. Rincon, Ga./Effingham County HS 5-8 Jr. Waterford, N.J./Hammonton HS 5-5 Fr. Swansea, S.C./Swansea HS 5-10 Fr. Summerville, S.C./Ashley Ridge HS 5-5 So. Marietta, Ga./The Darlington School

Class Hometown/Previous school

5-1 So. Weddington, N.C./Catawba College 5-8 Jr. Waterford, N.J./Hammonton HS 5-8 Fr. Trenton, Mich./Trenton HS 5-8 Fr. Fort Mill, S.C./Nation Ford HS 5-4 Fr. Stanley, N.C./East Gaston HS 5-10 Sr. Coventry, England/Tri-County Technical College 5-4 Fr. Paris, Ky./The Sayre School 5-4 So. Charleston, S.C./West Ashley HS 5-7 So. Gilbert, S.C./Gilbert HS 5-7 Jr. Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney HS 5-3 So. Rincon, Ga./Effingham County HS 5-10 Fr. Summerville, S.C./Ashley Ridge HS 5-1 Fr. Charleston, S.C./West Ashley HS 5-9 So. Columbia, S.C./Irmo HS 5-10 Fr. Burlington, Ontario/Notre Dame Catholic HS 5-6 So. North Augusta, S.C./North Augusta HS 5-8 Fr. Nottingham, England/Lincoln Minster School 5-3 Jr. Savannah, Ga./St. Vincent’s Academy 5-10 Jr. Jacksonville, Fla./East Carolina 5-7 Jr. Summerville, S.C./Summerville HS 5-2 Fr. Hilton Head Island, S.C./Hilton Head Island HS 5-4 Fr. Palm Coast, Fla./Flagler Palm Coast HS 5-5 Fr. Blythewood, S.C./Blythewood HS 5-3 So. Sudbury, Ontario/Cardinal-Newman HS 5-6 So. Clover, S.C./Clover HS 5-6 Fr. Locust Grove, Ga./Locust Grove HS 5-5 So. Marietta, Ga./The Darlington School 5-5 Fr. Swansea, S.C./Swansea HS 5-2 So. Tega Cay, S.C./Fort Mill HS

Benoist (buh-NOYST) Dizon (DEE-zahn) Gallman (GAHL-muhn) Heberling (HEBB-ur-ling)

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Lorentz (la-RENTZ) Rocca (ROW-kuh) Sinéad (SHA-nade)


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As a Sophomore in 2012: Appeared in two games, making her Sand Shark debut against Florida Christian (9/17). In High School: Competed in varsity soccer, swimming and track. … Member of Student Council and Key Club. Personal: Plans to major in nursing. … Favorite athlete is Mia Hamm. … Lists horseback riding and riding four-wheelers as favorite things to do. … Favorite quote is, “Impossible is nothing.” … Brother played college soccer at Chestnut Hill College. … Parents are Marge and John Atkinson. … Born May 29, 1992, in Sicklerville, N.J.

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5-8 • Junior • Defender Waterford, N.J. Hammonton HS

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CAREER STATS AT USCB

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0

As a Junior in 2012: Played in 10 games and made two starts. As a Sophomore in 2011: Played in 15 games, starting 10. … Had one of team’s three shots on goal against national power Embry-Riddle.

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5-10 • Senior • Defender Coventry, England Tri-County Technical College

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5-4 • Sophomore • Forward Charleston, S.C. West Ashley HS

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GS 10 2 12

G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 0 3 0.000 1 0.333 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0.000 1 0.333 0 0-0

As a Freshman in 2012: Played in 17 games, making five starts. ... Tied for the team lead with four goals. ... Scored the first two of her four goals against Florida Christian (9/17). ... Scored game-winning goals vs. St. Andrews (9/24) and Ave Maria (10/13). In High School: Played varsity soccer and volleyball. … Nominated for all-region and North-South all-star teams as a senior. … Member of Interact Club and Honor Roll. Personal: Majoring in Nursing. … Favorite athlete is Mia Hamm. … Has a younger sister and a younger brother. … Enjoys going to the beach, hanging out with friends and boating. … Parents are Jon and René Dizon. … Born July 20, 1994, in Charleston, S.C.

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Dizon

GP 15 10 25

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CAREER STATS AT USCB

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 17 5 4 0 8 13 0.308 8 0.615 2 0-0 17 5 4 0 8 13 0.308 8 0.615 2 0-0

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At Tri-County Tech: Personal: Majoring in history with a pre-law track. ... Favorite athlete is Sergio Ramos. ... Lists Irish dancing, choreographing hip-hop dance and singing as your favorite things to do. ... Favorite quote is, “I’d miss you even if we’d never met,” from “The Wedding Date.” ... Parents are Dee and George Byrne. ... Born Feb. 25, 1991, in Coventry, England.

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Dye

5-7 • Sophomore• Midfielder Gilbert, S.C. Gilbert HS

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5-7 • Junior • Goalkeeper Gaffney, S.C. Gaffney HS

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5-3 • Sophomore • Midfielder Rincon, Ga. Effingham County HS

As a Freshman in 2012: Played in two games, making her Sand Shark

debut against Columbia College (9/8) and scoring her first collegiate goal against Florida Christian (9/17). In High School: Played soccer and volleyball. … All-county selection as a senior. ... Member of Honor Choir, Health Occupations Students of America and Lexington One Community Coalition. Personal: Majoring in Biology. … Favorite athlete is Mia Hamm. … Lists relaxing on the beach and participating in mission work as her favorite things to do. … Father played college baseball. … Parents are Debra Reeder and Paul Dye. … Born Jan. 21, 1995, in Lexington, S.C.

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GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 2 0 1 0 2 2 0.500 2 1.000 0 0-0 2 0 1 0 2 2 0.500 2 1.000 0 0-0

As a Sophomore in 2012: Named to Sun Conference Academic All-Conference team. ... Played one half in goal vs. Florida Christian (9/17), allowing just one goal. As a Freshman in 2011: Made five starts in goal and six overall. … Averaged five saves in 12 games played in goal. … Ranked second on team with 60 saves, including careerhigh 13 vs. Embry-Riddle. In High School: Named all-region, team MVP, team captain as a senior. Personal: Majoring in Nursing. … Favorite athletes are Hope Solo and Alex Morgan. … Lists reading, cooking and chilling as her favorite things to do. … Parents are Mark and Kathleen Gallman. … Born Sept. 17, 1992, in Gaffney, S.C.

Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 11 1 12

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GS Min 5 522:01 0 45:00 5 567:01

GA GAAvg SV Pct W L 37 6.38 60 0.619 0 1 1 2.00 0 0.000 0 0 38 6.03 60 0.612 0 1

T SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0

As a Freshman in 2012: Played in 18 games, making 11 starts. ... Scored goals

in three consecutive games in Sun Conference play, including the game-winner in a 1-0 win vs. Southeastern (10/11). In High School: Selected All-Region 2-AAAA all four years. … Competed in soccer and cross country. … Member of honor roll, Spanish Club, FBLA and HOSA. Personal: Majoring in Biology. … Favorite athlete is David Beckham. … Lists playing soccer, woodworking and hanging out with friends as favorite things to do. … Favorite quote is, “Pain is weakness leaving the body,” by Gen. Lewis B. Puller. … Parents are Christine and Curtis Hamm. … Born March 21, 1994, in Würzburg, Germany.

Season 2012 TOTAL

CAREER STATS AT USCB

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 18 11 3 0 6 12 0.250 7 0.583 1 1-1 18 11 3 0 6 12 0.250 7 0.583 1 1-1

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vs. Columbia College (9/8) and Warner (9/30). In High School: Helped Yellowjackets win 2011 region title and finish 2012 ranked ninth in Class 4A. … Also ran cross country, earning all-region honors in 2008. … Member of Interact Club, Senior Board, Spanish Club and National English Honors Society. … Elected Homecoming Queen. … Received Academic Excellence Award three consecutive years. Personal: Plans to major in fine arts and humanities. … Favorite athlete is David Beckham. … Lists working out, riding horses, off-loading, painting and playing soccer among her favorite things to do. … Parents are Debbie and Dru Kennedy. … Born April 14, 1994, in Columbia, S.C.

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5-9 • Sophomore • Defender Columbia, S.C. Irmo HS

As a Freshman in 2012: Appeared in 15 games, starting nine. ... Scored gamewinning goal vs. Converse College (9/1) and recorded first assist vs. SCAD Savannah (9/19). In High School: Three-time all-region selection. … Named to Augusta Chronicle’s AllArea Team. … Member of SADD and FBLA. … Teammate of fellow Sand Shark freshmen Jen Salizzoni and Ashlyn Sharp on Georgia-S.C. Bulls club team. Personal: Plans to major in nursing. … Lists shopping, watching movies, taking photos and walking as favorite things to do. … Has five sisters and four brothers. … Parents are Pam and Steve Mentrup. … Born Feb. 23, 1994, in Augusta, Ga.

Emily

Mentrup

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Moldenhauer 5-3 • Junior • Midfielder Savannah, Ga. St. Vincent’s Academy

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GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 15 9 1 1 3 7 0.143 5 0.714 1 0-0 15 9 1 1 3 7 0.143 5 0.714 1 0-0

As a Sophomore in 2012: Played in 18 games, starting nine. ... Ranked second on the team with nine points and tied for the team lead with four goals. ... Scored game-winning goals against Florida Christian (9/17) and Johnson & Wales (10/7). As a Freshman in 2011: Started 14 of 16 games. … Nine of 12 shots were on frame. In High School: Named Honorable Mention All-Greater Savannah by Savannah Morning News as a senior. … Helped Saints go undefeated in region play and reach Class 2A Elite Eight in 2011. Personal: Majoring in Early Childhood Education. … Parents are Jill and Steve Moldenhauer. … Born June 30, 1993, in Royal Oak, Mich.

Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 15 18 33

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GS 14 9 23

G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 0 12 0.000 9 0.750 0 0-0 4 1 9 14 0.286 10 0.714 2 1-1 4 1 9 26 0.154 19 0.731 2 1-1

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5-6 • Sophomore • Defender North Augusta, S.C. North Augusta HS

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GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 19 18 0 2 2 5 0.000 4 0.800 0 0-0 19 18 0 2 2 5 0.000 4 0.800 0 0-0

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As a Freshman in 2012: Played in all 19 games, starting 18. ... Recorded assists

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Muffley 5-10 • Junior • Midfielder Jacksonville, Fla. East Carolina University

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5-3 • Sophomore • Midfielder/Forward Sudbury, Ontario Cardinal Newman HS

As a Sophomore in 2012: Played in 16 games, starting 12. ... Scored three goals, including the game-winner vs. Warner (9/30). ... Recorded first collegiate assist vs. Ave Maria (10/13).

As a Freshman in 2011: Started 11 games after transferring from East Carolina.

… Recorded first career shot on goal vs. Florida Memorial. At East Carolina: Did not play as a freshman for the Pirates. In High School: First-team all-county selection as a junior and senior. … All-First Coast Team as a junior and senior. … EACA All-State team as a senior. Personal: Majoring in hospitality management. … Favorite athlete is Abby Wambach. … Lists eating, sleeping and playing soccer as favorite things to do. … Parents are Tammy and Barry Muffley. … Born Aug. 22, 1992, in Jacksonville, Fla. Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 11 16 27

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GS 11 12 23

G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 0 0 0 4 0.000 2 0.500 0 0-0 3 1 7 7 0.429 6 0.857 1 0-0 3 1 7 11 0.273 8 0.727 1 0-0

As a Sophomore in 2012: Honorable mention All-Sun Conference. ... Led the Sun

Conference in saves (140) and saves per game (7.37). ... Made a career-high 14 saves vs. Columbia College (9/8) and St. Thomas (11/1). ... Recorded a goal and an assist vs. Florida Memorial (9/17). As a Freshman in 2011: Started 13 games, including two in goal. … Made career-high nine saves vs. Columbia (S.C.) College. In High School: All-State selection as a senior at Summerville HS. … Two-time allregion selection and three-time selection to the Post & Courier’s All-Lowcountry team Personal: Majoring in Studio Art. … Favorite athlete is Hope Solo. … Lists drawing, reading and playing soccer as favorite things to do. … Parents are Marc and Heidi Mummert. … Born Jan. 28, 1993, in North Dakota.

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GS Min GA GAAvg 2 116:05 9 6.98 14 1590:45 52 2.94 16 1706:50 61 3.22

SV Pct 11 0.550 140 0.729 151 0.712

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L 0 10 10

T SHO 0 0 0 5 0 5

As a Freshman in 2012: Played in 17 games, starting 13. ... Led team in shots

(42) and shots on goal (23). ... Assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Converse College (9/1) and scored goals vs. Florida Christian (9/17) and St. Andrews (9/24). In High School: Won a state championship as a senior at Cardinal Newman. … Awarded team’s Love of the Game Award as a senior. … Named MVP of the Oshawa Soccer Tournament in 2010 and 2011 while playing for Oakville (Ontario) Soccer Club. … Oakville Soccer Club’s Young Volunteer of the Year Award winner in 2009. Personal: Plans to major in psychology. … Favorite athlete is Abby Wambach. … Favorite quote is, “Don’t take life too seriously, because you’ll never get out alive,” by Elbert Hubbard. … Parents are Pat and Colette Rocca. … Born June 14, 1994, in Sudbury, Ontario.

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GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 17 13 2 1 5 42 0.048 23 0.548 0 0-0 17 13 2 1 5 42 0.048 23 0.548 0 0-0

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season cut short by a knee injury. ... Recorded first collegiate goal and assist vs. Columbia College (9/8). In High School: Earned 2010 Offensive Award and 2011 Best Midfielder Award for Clover High School. … Named all-region in 2011. … Member of BiSciChem Club. … On A/B Honor Roll all four years. Personal: Plans to major in business. … Favorite athlete is Hope Solo. … Lists soccer, fishing and hanging out with friends as favorite things to do. … Favorite quote is, “Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you,” by Dr. Seuss. … Parents are Wade and Elaine Satterlee. … Born Sept. 6, 1994, in Miami, Fla.

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Tooley 5-2 • Sophomore • Midfielder/Forward Tega Cay, S.C. Fort Mill HS

As a Freshman in 2012: Played in 13 games, starting 11. ... Led team with 10

points, recording three goals and four assists. ... Scored game-winning goal vs. Emmanuel (9/14) and recorded school-record three assists vs. Florida Christian (9/17). In High School: Four-year player on varsity team at Fort Mill High School. … Enjoyed outstanding senior season, earning All-State and All-Region honors, as well as team’s offensive MVP award. … Named to SCSoccer.com Super XXII Team as a senior. … Member of Beta Club and honor roll. Personal: Plans to major in nursing. … Favorite athlete is Carlos Tevez. … Lists working out, baking cupcakes and reading as favorite things to do. … Father played soccer and mother played field hockey at University of Scranton. … Older sister Caitlyn played soccer at Newberry, and older sister Rachel ran cross country at Newberry. … Parents are Bill and Janet Tooley. … Born Jan. 13, 1994, in Kingston, Pa.

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GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 13 11 3 4 10 23 0.130 12 0.522 1 0-0 13 11 3 4 10 23 0.130 12 0.522 1 0-0

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GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 15 2 0 0 0 3 0.000 1 0.333 0 0-0 15 2 0 0 0 3 0.000 1 0.333 0 0-0

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Academy, a year-round training program. Personal: Plans to major in studio art. … Favorite athlete is Abby Wambach. … Favorite quote is, “Vincent Van Gogh — Everyone told him, ‘You only have one ear. You can’t be a great artist.’ And all he said to them was, ‘What? I can’t hear you,’ “ by Steve Carell’s character in “Dinner For Schmucks.” … Parents are Cameron and Beth Stubbs. … Born March 12, 1994, in Huntsville, Ala.

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5-5 • Sophomore • Midfielder Marietta, Ga. The Darlington School

GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att 7 5 1 1 3 11 0.091 3 0.273 0 0-0 7 5 1 1 3 11 0.091 3 0.273 0 0-0

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As a Freshman in 2012: Played in seven games, starting five, before having her

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5-8 • Freshman • Defender/Midfielder Trenton, Mich. Trenton HS

At Catawba: Played in 19 games as a freshman, making seven starts. ... Had four goals on 14 shots, including two gamewinners, and contributed five assists. Personal: Majoring in Business. ... Favorite thing to do is eat. ... Parents are Kim and Brian Arrowood. ... Born Jan. 8, 1993, in Weddington, N.C.

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In High School: Two-time all-state selection in Michigan, also earned three all-region, three all-league and three all-district nods. ... Scored 13 goals to go with eight assists in 24 games as a senior. Personal: Plans to major in psychology. ... Also played basketball in high school. ... Parents are Lisa and Richard Benoist. ... Born Feb. 12, 1995, in Trenton, Mich.

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5-4 • Freshman • Defender Stanley, N.C. East Gaston HS

In High School: Second-team All-Area selection by the Rock Hill Herald after helping Yellow Jackets to 18-4-1 record as a senior. Personal: Plans to major in Psychology. ... Favorite athlete is Alex Morgan. ... Older sisters played soccer at Lander and softball at Utica College. ... Parents are Patricia and Wayne Blair. ... Born Aug. 23, 1995, in Albany, N.Y.

In High School: Three-time MEGA-7 All-Conference performer. ... First East Gaston HS player to earn a scholarship to play soccer in college. Personal: Plans to major in Biology. ... Also ran cross country in high school. ... Oldest of four siblings. ... Parents are Eddie and Leslie Bowman. ... Born Sept. 21, 1995, in Charlotte, N.C.

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5-4 • Freshman • Forward Paris, Ky. The Sayre School

In High School: Two-time All-City and All-Region selection. ... Named team’s best offensive player and MVP. ... Also participated in basketball and swimming. Personal: Has not decided on a major. ... Favorite athletes are Alex Morgan and Willie Cauley-Stein. ... Parents are James Clark and Elizabeth Croney. ... Born Jan. 20, 1995.

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5-10 • Freshman • Defender Summerville, S.C. Ashley Ridge HS

Brittany

5-1 • Freshman • Forward Charleston, S.C. Charleston County School of the Arts

In High School: Played for coach Drew McNealy at West Ashley HS. ... Helped the Wildcats to a 17-7 mark as a senior in 2012. Personal: Majoring in Psychology. ... Favorite athlete is Ronaldinho. ... Parents are Allen and Natalie Johnson. ... Born July 25, 1994, in Georgia.

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5-10 • Freshman • Forward Burlington, Ontario Notre Dame Catholic HS

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5-8 • Freshman • Defender Nottingham, England Lincoln Minster School

In High School: Played soccer, netball, field hockey and ran cross country. ... Key back on Mansfield Town club team in England. Led team to first place in league and promotion to next level. Personal: Plans to major in English with an interest in broadcast journalism. ... Favorite athlete is Jessica Ennis. ... Parents are David and Jacqueline Miller. ... Born Oct. 17, 1994, in Nottingham, England.

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In High School: Lettered in soccer and volleyball as a junior and senior and earned academic honors all four years. ... Won the Notre Dame Visser/Thompson Award for Athletics. Personal: Plans to major in Studio Art. ... Enjoys photography and drawing. ... Parents are Darlene and Jim Lorentz. ... Born April 3, 1995, in Burlington, Ontario.

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In High School: Helped the Swamp Foxes to a 14-4 overall record and a 10-0 Region 8-AAAA mark as a senior. Personal: Plans to major in Psychology. ... Enjoys riding horses and playing with her dog. ... Favorite athlete is Mia Hamm. ... Parents are Rose and Rich Hopkins. ... Born July 5, 1995, in Allentown, Pa.

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Noonan

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Pacifico 5-4 • Freshman • Defender Palm Coast, Fla. Flagler Palm Coast HS

In High School: Played on three consecutive state championship teams at Hilton Head High. ... Played with Olympic Development Team for four years. Personal: Plans to major in Nursing. ... Older brother played soccer at USC Aiken. ... Favorite athlete is Abby Wambach. ... Parents are Walter and Janet Noonan. ... Born March 10, 1995, in Mineola, N.Y.

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In High School: Honorable Mention All-Area selection by the Daytona Beach News-Journal as a junior and senior. ... Part of two district championship teams. Personal: Plans to major in sociology. ... Favorite athlete is Lionel Messi. ... Older brother played football at Shaw University. ... Parents are Vincent and Donna Pacifico. ... Born May 10, 1995.

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Smith

5-5 • Freshman • Forward/Midfielder Blythewood, S.C. Blythewood HS

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5-6 • Freshman • Midfielder Locust Grove, Ga. Locust Grove HS

In High School: Two-year letterwinner at Blythewood HS. ... Participated in Olympic Development Program and played on S.C. United club team and travel team that traveled to Germany. Personal: Plans to major in Hospitality Management. ... Favorite athlete is Brett Favre. ... Parents are Christopher and Shaye Richards. ... Born Dec. 9, 1994.

In High School: Played volleyball, basketball and soccer. ... Team MVP in soccer as a freshman, junior and senior. ... Firstteam All-Region 4-AAAA as a senior. Personal: Plans to follow a pre-med track at USCB. ... Chose USCB over Clayton State and Berry College. ... Parents are Chuck and Johnette Smith. ... Born Jan. 31, 1995.

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5-5 • Freshman • Defender Swansea, S.C. Swansea HS

In High School: Selected for North-South All-Star Game as one of the top seniors in the state of South Carolina. ... All-Region 5-AAA and All-Area selection by The State newspaper as a junior. Personal: Plans to major in Biology. ... Favorite things to do are hunting, fishing and baking. ... Parents are Sonny and Denise Sturkie. ... Born Aug. 15, 1995, in Gaston, S.C.

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the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, a dedication to leadership development is balanced with sports accomplishment. A trailblazer in providing equal opportunity for all studentathletes. An expectation of ethical behavior, fairness in competition, access to athletic scholarship, sportsmanship and leadership development. At the core of all of this — character. The seed of the NAIA began in 1937 with the tip-off of a men’s basketball tournament that has become the longest running basketball tournament in the country, celebrating 75 years in 2012. Out of the tournament grew the NAIA, an association of close to 300 member schools and more than 60,000 student-athletes. Since 1937, the NAIA has administered programs and championships in proper balance with the overall educa-

tional experience. In 2000, the NAIA reaffirmed its purpose to enhance the character-building aspects of sport. Through Champions of Character, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through five core values: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership. Most recently, the association opened the doors to the NAIA Eligibility Center, where prospective student-athletes are evaluated for academic and athletic eligibility. It delivers on our larger promise of integrity by leveling the playing field, guiding student-athlete success, and ensuring fair competition. Providing student-athletes a chance to connect with NAIA schools and coaches helps them make the best decision to prepare them for success in both college and athletics.

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pose to achieve victory, and sharing in the proper winning (or losing) spirit-can be instilled in sports participants. At the same time, the expectations that coaches and parents have for the athletes they support have led to conduct that detracts from the sports experience. Poor demonstrations of character are easily copied by young athletes. However, when athletes develop their skills in an environment in which adults’ actions foster character-driven conduct, they are bound to do the same. Inherent to the Champions of Character process is the belief that character is handed down from one generation to the next. When those who provide athletic opportunities are willing to commit to character-driven athletics and put the athlete first both the game and society overall benefit. Today, the NAIA is committed to making a difference in the culture of sport. Are you?

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he mission of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character Program is to provide training to ensure character is demonstrated through conduct as well as competition, so students know, do and value the right thing in all areas of life. Research shows that the longer a student spends in sports, their social reasoning - sacrificing for the good of the team - rises, however, their moral reasoning skills - doing what is fair, just, honest, and noble - decline. The result is athletes are willing to lie, cheat, and steal to get their teammates ahead. Through the Champions of Character program, the NAIA is promoting five core character values that are crucial to the development of our youth: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership. Over time, valuable life lessons — working together for team goals, building personal strength of pur-

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The University of South Carolina Beaufort is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in the nation. Its lineage dates back to the original 1795 charter of Beaufort College. In 1959, by another official act, the South Carolina Legislature created the Beaufort campus of the University of South Carolina on the original site of historic Beaufort College and authorized it to offer the same courses taught at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. In 1994, USCB embarked on a major expansion program. International Paper, a global leader in the paper and packaging industry, donated 80 acres of land to build an additional full-service campus for the university in Bluffton, the region’s fastest growing area. The county government agreed to finance construction of the campus if the university would designate it as a four-year institution of higher learning. When the state approved its new, four-year status, construction began. In June 2002, the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education granted USCB baccalaureate status. In 2004, it was accredited as a Level II baccalaureate degree-granting university. Today, South Carolina’s newest four-year university offers baccalaureate degrees, access to USC’s Extended Graduate Campus classes, and degrees and a wide variety of continuing-education programs at its two full-service campuses — the Historic Beaufort Campus and the Hilton Head Gateway Campus.

Fin Land Field Fin Land Field opened in 2011 as USCB’s first on-campus athletics facility. Fin Land has been the home of the Sand Shark soccer team since its inception. Located on USCB’s Hilton Head Gateway Campus, Fin Land can be accessed from U.S. 278 by turning onto University Parkway (opposite Walmart), making a left turn at the Palmetto Village guard gate and following signage to the field on the right.

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who’s who at USCB Dr. Jane T. Upshaw, Chancellor

sand shark athletics staff Genia Montford

academic advisor/ eligibility & compliance

Kelley Ard

Justin Jarrett

Joey Wilson

Larry Kimball

Bryan Lewallyn

Wes Gilmer

Chris Cuneo

Alexis Bennett

sports information/ Marketing director

Administrative assistant

Head Coach Men’s & women’s Track & XC

Laura Heberling Head coach softball

head coach baseball

head coach men’s golf

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business manager

certified athletic trainer

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Quin Monahan

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When coaches and student-athletes at the University of South Carolina Beaufort say Dr. Jane Upshaw is the No. 1 Sand Shark fan, they aren’t just paying lip service to the university’s chancellor. Dr. Upshaw has come by that title honestly, providing support for athletics that is unparalleled by her peers. And she comes by her affinity for USCB honestly, too. Dr. Upshaw’s tenure of more than three decades at USCB began in 1981 as an adjunct math professor. In 1986, she was appointed to a full-time faculty position, and in 1996 she moved into the administration as Director of Development. She left the school in 1998, only to return a year later as Dean of the Beaufort campus. In 2002, the Board of Trustees and the Commission on Higher Education granted USCB its baccalaureate status, and Dr. Upshaw was named the school’s first Chancellor.

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he Sun Conference, formerly the Florida Sun Conference, is in its 23rd season of competition and continues to be one of the most successful intercollegiate athletic conferences in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The league unveiled its new name on Aug. 18, 2008, to be inclusive of member schools from Georgia and South Carolina. The institutions in the conference believe in strong educational commitment combined with balanced athletic competition. The league sponsors championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field and women’s volleyball.

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Florida Memorial

Johnson & Wales

Location: Ave Maria, Fla. Nickname: Gyrenes Colors: Tanzanite Blue, Kelly Green Enrollment: 886 Head Coach: Frank Frostino Alma Mater: Bowling Green Record At School: 7-21-2 (3rd season) 2012 Record: 3-12 (1-8 TSC) Athletics Phone: 239.304.7887 Soccer SID: Elizabeth Baux SID Phone: 239.304.7881 SID Email: elizabeth.baux@my.avemaria.edu Fax: 239.304.7875 Website: avemariagyrenes.com

Location: Daytona Beach, Fla. Nickname: Eagles Colors: Royal Blue, Gold Enrollment: 4,358 Head Coach: Samantha Bohon Alma Mater: Duke Record At School: 78-38-4 (7th season) 2012 Record: 17-6 (8-1 TSC) Athletics Phone: 386.323.5000 Soccer SID: Alison Smalling SID Phone: 386.323.5001 SID Email: smallina@erau.edu Fax: 386.323.5002 Website: erauathletics.com

Location: Miami Gardens, Fla. Nickname: Lions Colors: Royal Blue, Orange, White Enrollment: 2,200 Head Coach: Gus San Juan Record At School: 1-15 (2nd season) 2012 Record: 1-15 (1-8 TSC) Athletics Phone: 305.626.3166 Soccer SID: Damian Alexander SID Phone: 305.626.3194 SID Email: damian.alexander@fmuniv.edu Fax: 305.626.3169 Website: fmuniv.edu/athletics

Location: North Miami, Fla. Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue, Gold Enrollment: 2,220 Head Coach: Eric Dobrzanski Alma Mater: Florida State Record At School: 13-33-1 (4th season) 2012 Record: 8-8 (2-7 TSC) Athletics Phone: 305.892.7022 Soccer SID: Lucia Sanchez SID Phone: 970.590.7482 SID Email: lsanchez@jwu.edu Fax: 305.892.5392 Website: northmiami.jwuathletics.com

Northwood

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ST. THOMAS

Location: Lakeland, Fla. Nickname: Fire Colors: Red, Black, White Enrollment: 2,779 Head Coach: Bronson Gambale Alma Mater: North Central (Minn.) Record At School: 1st season 2012 Record: 8-9-1 (4-5-1 TSC) Athletics Phone: 863.667.5046 Soccer SID: Donnie Smith SID Phone: 863.667.5213 SID Email: dsmith@seu.edu Fax: 863.667.5200 Website: seufire.com

Location: Miami Gardens, Fla. Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Columbia Blue, Burgundy Enrollment: 2,500 Head Coach: Michelle Smith Alma Mater: St. Thomas Record At School: 54-53-7 (8th season) 2012 Record: 11-4-2 (6-1-2 TSC) Athletics Phone: 305.628.6678 Soccer SID: Phil de Montmollin SID Phone: 305.628.6681 SID Email: pdemontmollin@stu.edu Fax: 305.628.6790 Website: stubobcats.com

Location: West Palm Beach, Fla. Nickname: Seahawks Colors: Columbia Blue, Navy, White Enrollment: 1,000 Head Coach: Matt Dunn Alma Mater: Northwood Record At School: 30-8-2 (3rd season) 2012 Record: 14-5-1 (9-0 TSC) Athletics Phone: 561.681.7986 Soccer SID: Chris Kendrick SID Phone: 561.681.7908 SID Email: kendricc@northwood.edu Fax: 561.478.5593 Website: seahawks.gonorthwood.com

Location: Savannah, Ga. Nickname: Bees Colors: Black, Gold Enrollment: 10,461 Head Coach: Andy Williamson Alma Mater: Trinity (Texas) Record At School: 118-76-16 (13th season) 2012 Record: 11-6-1 (6-2-1 TSC) Athletics Phone: 912.525.4781 Soccer SID: Robert Belloir SID Phone: 912.525.4815 SID Email: rbelloir@scad.edu Fax: 912.525.4808 Website: scadathletics.com

THOMAS

WARNER

Location: Thomasville, Ga. Nickname: Night Hawks Colors: Hunter Green, White Enrollment: 1,150 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski Alma Mater: Florida International Record At School: 1st season 2012 Record: 10-8-1 (4-5 TSC) Athletics Phone: 229.226.1621, ext. 1144 Soccer SID: Ricky Zambrano SID Phone: 229.226.1621, ext. 1062 SID Email: rzambrano@thomasu.edu Fax: 229.584.2432 Website: thomasu.edu/athletics.html

Location: Lake Wales, Fla. Nickname: Royals Colors: Royal Blue, Gold Enrollment: 1,000 Head Coach: George Arroyo Alma Mater: Southeastern (Fla.) Record At School: 3-13 (2nd season) 2012 Record: 3-13 (2-7 TSC) Athletics Phone: 863.638.7213 Soccer SID: Kendal Sherrouse SID Phone: 863.638.7126 SID Email: sid@warner.edu Fax: 863.638.3776 Website: warnerroyals.com

WEBBER International Location: Babson Park, Fla. Nickname: Warriors Colors: Green, Gold, White Enrollment: 700 Head Coach: Ashley Cockrell Alma Mater: Jacksonville State Record At School: 1st season 2012 Record: 11-5-1 (5-3-1 TSC) Athletics Phone: 863.638.2953 Soccer SID: Bradley Hutzelman SID Phone: 863.638.2980 SID Email: sid@webber.edu Fax: 863.638.2915 Website: webberathletics.com

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Location: Montgomery, Ala. Nickname: Hornets Colors: Old Gold, Black Affiliations: NCAA Division I, SWAC Enrollment: 5,627 Head Coach: Jodie Smith Alma Mater: LSU Record At School: 16-85-3 (7th season) 2012 Record: 7-9-2 (2-2 SWAC) Athletics Phone: 334.229.4507 Soccer SID: John Westbrook SID Phone: 334.229.5217 SID Email: jwestbrook@alasu.edu Fax: 334.262.2971 Website: bamastatesports.com

Location: Mt. Vernon, Ga. Nickname: Barons Colors: Orange, Blue Affiliations: NAIA, Southern States Enrollment: 778 Head Coach: Jayme Dye Alma Mater: Ottawa (Kan.) Record At School: 1-34-1 (3rd season) 2012 Record: 0-17-1 (0-11 SSAC) Athletics Phone: 912.583.2241 Soccer SID: Michael Dye SID Phone: 912.583.3181 SID Email: mdye@bpc.edu Fax: 912.583.4352 Website: gobaronsgo.com

Location: Due West, S.C. Nickname: Flying Fleet Colors: Maroon, Gold Affiliations: NCAA Division II, Conference Carolinas Enrollment: 550 Head Coach: Gary Winchester Alma Mater: Lander Record At School: 29-73-3 (7th season) 2012 Record: 3-12-1 (3-8 Conference Carolinas) Athletics Phone: 864.379.8745 Soccer SID: Bart Walker SID Phone: 864.379.8859 SID Email: bwalker@erskine.edu Fax: 864.379.2197 Website: erskinesports.com

hastings

milligan

st. andrews

Location: Hastings, Neb. Nickname: Broncos Colors: Crimson, White Affiliations: NAIA/Great Plains Athletic Conference Enrollment: 1,190 Head Coach: Mark Hiemenz Alma Mater: DePauw Record At School: 12-7-1 2012 Record: 12-7-1 (10-0-1 GPAC) Athletics Phone: 402.461.7331 Soccer SID: Adam Maser SID Phone: 402.461.7798 SID Email: amaser@hastings.edu Fax: 402.461.7489 Website: hastingsbroncos.com

Location: Milligan College, Tenn. Nickname: Buffaloes Colors: Black, Orange Affiliations: NAIA/Appalachian Athletic Conference Enrollment: 1,200 Head Coach: Lisa Buckley Alma Mater: Milligan Record At School: 44-31-1 (6th season) 2012 Record: 10-7-1 (6-2-1 AAC) Athletics Phone: 423.461.8990 Soccer SID: Matt Laws SID Phone: 423.461.8980 SID Email: sportsinfo@milligan.edu Fax: 423.461.8738 Website: milliganbuffs.com

Location: Laurinburg, N.C. Nickname: Knights Colors: Royal Blue, White Affiliations: NAIA/Appalachian Athletic Conference Enrollment: 500 Head Coach: Rick Parlow Alma Mater: Middle Tennessee Record At School: 7-24-4 (2nd season) 2012 Record: 5-9-3 (2-6-1 AAC) Athletics Phone: 910.277.5556 Soccer SID: Troy Baranik SID Phone: 910.277.5751 SID Email: baraniktn@sapc.edu Fax: 910.277.5272 Website: sauknights.com

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Location: Aiken, S.C. Nickname: Pacers Colors: Cardinal, Navy, White Affiliations: NCAA Division II, Peach Belt Conference Enrollment: 3,250 Head Coach: Sue Vodicka Alma Mater: George Mason Record At School: 37-98-10 (9th season) 2012 Record: 4-11-3 (3-7-1 PBC) Athletics Phone: 803.641.3486 Soccer SID: Brent Hager SID Phone: 803.641.3252 SID Email: brenth@usca.edu Fax: 803.641.3441 Website: pacersports.com

Location: Montgomery, W.Va. Nickname: Golden Bears Colors: Royal Blue, New Gold Affiliations: NAIA, Independent Enrollment: 1,472 Head Coach: Kelly Borck Alma Mater: University of Charleston (W.Va.) Record At School: 10-24 (3rd season) 2012 Record: 3-14 Athletics Phone: 304.442.3121 Soccer SID: TBA Website: goldenbearathletics.com

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espite a one-win campaign in their inaugural season of 2011, the Sand Sharks began their second season of competition with an ambitious goal — a berth in the Sun Conference Tournament. With a strong group of returning players who had committed themselves to coach Ed Heberling’s system and the notion of building a winning program at USCB, as well as a talented recruiting class, the Sand Sharks achieved that goal and set the foundation for future success. The Sand Sharks took on a challenging schedule and dropped their first two non-conference contests against Brenau (Ga.) and St. Xavier (Ill.), but their first road trip of the season produced a first for the young program — a winning streak. A visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains over Labor Day weekend resulted in a pair of 1-0 victories, as Chelsie Mummert recorded shutouts at Converse (S.C.) and Warren Wilson (N.C.) with Emily Mentrup and Becca Kent providing the game-winning goals. The Sand Sharks strung together another winning streak later in the month, gaining a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Emmanuel (Ga.) for their first home win of the year and routing visiting Florida Christian 14-1 for the most lopsided win in the program’s brief history. USCB nearly notched its first Sun Conference victory in the league opener, pushing rival SCAD Savannah to overtime before suffering a tough 2-1 defeat. The Sand Sharks didn’t have to wait long to claim their first conference win, though, as it came less than two weeks later against visiting Warner. The Sand Sharks played their most spirited stretch of soccer in October, recording three consecutive shutouts and clinching a playoff berth in the

process. It began at home with a 3-0 victory over Johnson & Wales and concluded with the “Florida Victory Tour” — a trip that included a 1-0 win at Southeastern and a 4-0 triumph at Ave Maria. After losses to strong conference foes in Thomas and Embry-Riddle, the Sand Sharks loaded the bus for their first playoff road trip to Miami, where the season concluded with an 8-0 defeat to St. Thomas and a 9-10 overall mark. The dramatic improvement on the pitch led to a handful of individual honors, including Mummert being named Honorable Mention All-Sun Conference and senior defender Kathleen Kent earning CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District honors.

Coach Ed Heberling got the water-bucket treatment after the team’s first Sun Conference win over Warner.

2012 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result USCB Goals (Assists) Aug. 24 Brenau (Ga.) L, 0-6 None Aug. 26 St. Xavier (Ill.) L, 0-2 None Sept. 1 at Converse (S.C.) W, 1-0 Mentrup (Rocca) Sept. 3 at Warren Wilson (N.C.) W, 1-0 Be.Kent Sept. 8 at Columbia (S.C.) L, 2-3 Moldenhauer, Satterlee (Satterlee) Sept. 12 Flagler (Fla.) L, 0-4 None Sept. 14 Emmanuel (Ga.) W, 2-1 Anderson, Tooley (K.Kent, Moldenhauer) Sept. 17 Florida Christian W, 14-1 Moldenhauer 2, Dizon 2, Lynn 2, Bl.Kent, Be.Kent, Rocca, Muffley, Mummert, Clark-Dye, Salizzoni, Watkins (Tooley 3, K.Kent 2, Watkins 2, Bl.Kent, Be.Kent, Mummert, Jones, Lynn) Sept. 19 SCAD Savannah (Ga.)* L, 1-2 K.Kent (Mentrup) Sept. 24 St. Andrews (N.C.) W, 3-1 Rocca, Dizon, Zak (Anderson, Tooley) Sept. 28 Webber International (Fla.)* L, 1-4 Tooley Sept. 30 Warner (Fla.)* W, 3-2 Zak, Tooley, Muffley (Kennedy, K.Kent) Oct. 5 Northwood (Fla.)* L, 0-11 None Oct. 7 Johnson & Wales (Fla.)* W, 3-0 Moldenhauer, Hamm, Muffley (Be.Kent) Oct. 11 at Southeastern (Fla.)* W, 1-0 Hamm Oct. 13 at Ave Maria (Fla.)* W, 4-0 Zak 2, Dizon, Hamm (Muffley, Lynn, K.Kent) Oct. 19 at Thomas (Ga.)* L, 0-7 None Oct. 21 at Embry-Riddle (Fla.)* L, 0-5 None Nov. 1 at St. Thomas (Fla.)# L, 0-8 None

*Sun Conference opponent #Sun Conference Tournament

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Sun Conference 2012 Final Standings North TSC PTS OVR

SOUth

Northwood St. Thomas Southeastern Johnson & Wales Ave Maria Florida Memorial

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

24 19 16 12 12 6

17-6 11-6-1 11-5-1 10-8-1 9-10 3-13

TSC PTS OVR

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

25 20 13 6 3 3

14-4-1 11-4-2 8-8-1 8-8 3-12 1-15

Second Team • Defenders: Stinne Laursen, NW; Anna Hall, SEU; Sofia Bonilla, STU • Midfielders: Katelyn LeRoux, SCAD; Ashley Palmer, WIU; Allison Schultz, ERAU • Forwards: Martine Olsen, ERAU; Taryn Pardoe, NW; Shelbry Dieckamp, SCAD Goalkeeper: Mathilda Ojaniemi, NW Honorable Mention • Defenders: Hannah Claessen, TU; Emilie Johansson, STU; Ashley Forgit, NW • Midfielders: Maria Tornqvist, NW; Carina Spengler, TU; Danelle Nguyen, STU • Forwards: Nicole Wittak, SCAD; Jessica Crowe, SEU; Jodi Wright, TU • Goalkeeper: Chelsie Mummert, USCB

Pts SH 3 1 1 8 3 4 8 13 0 2 6 16 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 10 23 8 16 9 14 6 13 2 2 3 7 3 6 3 11 0 0 5 42 7 12 2 5 6 12 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 4 3 7 7 99 226 154 350

# Player GP-GS Min 1 Mummert, Chelsie 19-14 1590:45 3 Kent, Blair 3-1 82:48 00 Gallman, Krystan “Fred” 1-0 45:00 TEAM Totals 1718:33 Opponent TOTALS 1627:47

SH% 1.000 0.000 0.250 0.308 0.000 0.125 0.000 0.500 0.000 0.000 0.130 0.250 0.286 0.154 0.500 0.143 0.167 0.091 0.000 0.048 0.083 0.000 0.250 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.333 0.429 0.159 0.163

GA GAAvg 52 2.94 4 4.35 1 2.00 57 3.00 36 1.89

SOG 1 4 3 8 1 8 0 2 0 0 12 10 10 8 2 5 4 3 0 23 5 4 7 0 0 1 1 2 6 130 206

SOG% GWG PKM-PKA 1.000 0 0-0 0.500 0 0-0 0.750 0 0-0 0.615 2 0-0 0.500 0 0-0 0.500 1 0-0 0.000 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 0.000 0 0-0 0.000 0 0-0 0.522 1 0-0 0.625 0 0-0 0.714 2 1-1 0.615 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 0.714 1 0-0 0.667 0 0-0 0.273 0 0-0 0.000 0 0-0 0.548 0 0-0 0.417 0 0-0 0.800 0 0-0 0.583 1 1-1 0.000 0 0-0 0.000 0 0-0 0.333 0 0-0 0.250 0 0-0 0.667 0 0-0 0.857 1 0-0 0.575 9 2-2 0.589 10 3-3

SV Pct W L T SHO 140 0.729 6 10 0 5 6 0.600 1 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 149 0.723 7 10 0 5 94 0.723 10 6 0 6

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First Team • Defenders: Rebekka Gisladottir, ERAU; Helena Hansson, ERAU; Tova Torstensson, ERAU; Courtney Trujillo, STU • Midfielders: Louis Anderson, NW; Katherine Ebbs, ERAU; Hanna Lindstrom, NW; Melony Poviones, STU • Forwards: Helen Lynskey, NW; Krizzy Menez, ERAU; Sara Mira, STU; Valerie Obita, ERAU • Goalkeeper: Lauren Gallant, ERAU

GP-GS G A 19-18 1 1 16-3 0 1 5-2 1 1 17-5 4 0 16-15 0 0 19-12 2 2 10-2 0 0 2-0 1 0 2-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 13-11 3 4 16-8 4 0 18-9 4 1 19-7 2 2 8-0 1 0 15-9 1 1 18-13 1 1 7-5 1 1 1-0 0 0 17-13 2 1 19-18 1 5 19-18 0 2 18-11 3 0 2-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 15-2 0 0 17-3 0 0 16-3 1 2 16-12 3 1 19 36 27 19 57 40

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# Player 1 Mummert, Chelsie 2 Jones, Taurus 3 Kent, Blair 4 Dizon, Olivia 5 Allen, Kylie 6 Kent, Becca 7 Byrne, Sinead 8 Clark-Dye, Hunter 9 Oros, Sara 00 Gallman, Krystan “Fred” 10 Tooley, Jessica 11 Zak, Maddie 12 Moldenhauer, Steph 13 Lynn, Erin 14 Salizzoni, Jennifer 15 Mentrup, Emily 17 Anderson, DeAngelus 18 Satterlee, Samantha 19 Sharp, Ashlyn 20 Rocca, Pascale 21 Kent, Kathleen 23 Kennedy, Claire 24 Hamm, Marissa 25 Atkinson, Megan 27 Bucaram, Soledad 29 Stubbs, Sarah Grace 34 Powers, Meleah 81 Watkins, Erika 92 Muffley, Alexa TEAM TOTALS OPPONENT TOTALS

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2011

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All-TIME OPPONENTS

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Coach: Ed Heberling Record: 1-15 (0-10 TSC)

Coach: Ed Heberling Record: 9-10 (4-5 TSC)

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Date Opponent Result Score

9/4 Ave Maria* 9/5 Siena Heights 9/9 Southeastern* 9/11 at Flagler 9/15 St. Thomas* 9/17 at SCAD Savannah* 9/24 Florida Memorial* 9/30 at Webber International* 10/2 at Warner* 10/4 Columbia (S.C.) 10/8 at Thomas 10/16 at Johnson & Wales (Fla.)* 10/19 Warren Wilson 10/20 Newberry 10/26 Embry-Riddle (Fla.)* 10/30 at Northwood (Fla.)*

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0-1 1-8 1-5 0-7 0-7 0-6 0-3 0-5 0-3 1-5 1-11 0-7 1-0 0-6 0-8 0-9

8/24 Brenau 8/26 St. Xavier (Ill.) 9/1 at Converse 9/3 at Warren Wilson 9/8 at Columbia (S.C.) 9/12 Flagler 9/14 Emmaneul 9/17 Florida Christian 9/19 SCAD Savannah* 9/24 St. Andrews 9/28 Webber International* 9/30 Warner* 10/5 Northwood (Fla.)* 10/7 Johnson & Wales (Fla.)* 10/11 at Southeastern* 10/13 at Ave Maria* 10/19 at Thomas* 10/21 at Embry-Riddle (Fla.)*

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0-6 0-2 1-0 1-0 2-3 0-4 2-1 14-1 1-2 3-1 1-4 3-2 0-11 3-0 1-0 4-0 0-7 0-5

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Ave Maria Brenau Columbia (S.C.) Converse Embry-Riddle (Fla.) Emmanuel Flagler Florida Christian Florida Memorial Johnson & Wales (Fla.) Newberry Northwood (Fla.) SCAD Savannah Siena Heights Southeastern St. Andrews St. Thomas St. Xavier (Ill.) Thomas Warner Warren Wilson Webber International TOTALS

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1

1-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1

OVR

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

6-15 4-10 10-25

TEAM RECORDS

Longest Winning Streak 3 (Oct. 7-13, 2012) Longest Losing Streak 12 (Sept. 4-Oct. 16, 2011) Largest Margin Of Victory 14-1 (vs. Florida Christian, 9/17/12) Largest Margin Of Defeat 11-0 (vs. Northwood, 10/5/12) Most Goals Scored (GAME) 14 (vs. Florida Christian, 9/17/12) Most Goals Allowed (GAME) 11 (twice) Most Goals (SEASON) 36 (2012) Fewest Goals Allowed (SEASON) 57 (2012) Most Shutouts (SEASON) 5 (2012) Most Consecutive Shutouts 3 (Oct. 7-13, 2012)

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Jessica Tooley (2012- )......................................10 Steph Moldenhauer (2011- )............................... 9 Olivia Dizon (2012- ).......................................... 8 Maddie Zak (2012)............................................ 9 Kathleen Kent (2011-12).................................... 7 Alexa Muffley (2011- )........................................ 7 Olivia Dizon (2012- ).......................................... 4 Steph Moldenhauer (2011- )............................... 4 Maddie Zak (2012)............................................ 4 Jessica Tooley (2012- )....................................... 3 Alexa Muffley (2011- )........................................ 3 Marissa Hamm (2012- )...................................... 3 Lauren Cornett (2011)........................................ 3

Kathleen Kent (2011-12).................................... 5 Jessica Tooley (2012- )....................................... 4 Erin Lynn (2011-12)............................................ 3 Becca Kent (2011-12)......................................... 2 Claire Kennedy (2012- )..................................... 2 Erika Watkins (2012)......................................... 2

Shots

Pascale Rocca (2012- )...................................... 42 Kathleen Kent (2011-12)...................................31 Steph Moldenhauer (2011- )............................. 26 Jessica Tooley (2012- )..................................... 23 Erin Lynn (2011-12).......................................... 22 Maddie Zak (2012)...........................................16 Kre Voight (2011)..............................................14 Olivia Dizon (2012- ).........................................13

Game-Winning Goals

Olivia Dizon (2012- ).......................................... 2 Steph Moldenhauer (2011- )............................... 2 Six players tied with........................................... 1

Goals Against Average

Chelsie Mummert (2011- )............................. 3.22 Blair Kent (2011-12)...................................... 4.94 Fred Gallman (2011- )................................... 6.03

Shutouts

Chelsie Mummert (2011- ).................................. 5

Saves

Chelsie Mummert (2011- )...............................151 Blair Kent (2011-12)......................................... 77 Fred Gallman (2011- )...................................... 60

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Jessica Tooley (2012)........................................10 Steph Moldenhauer (2012)................................. 9 Olivia Dizon (2012)............................................ 8 Maddie Zak (2012)............................................ 9 Kathleen Kent (2012)......................................... 7 Alexa Muffley (2012)......................................... 7

Goals

Olivia Dizon (2012)............................................ 4 Steph Moldenhauer (2012)................................. 4 Maddie Zak (2012)............................................ 4 Jessica Tooley (2012)......................................... 3 Alexa Muffley (2012)......................................... 3 Marissa Hamm (2012)....................................... 3 Lauren Cornett (2011)........................................ 3

Assists

Kathleen Kent (2012)......................................... 5 Jessica Tooley (2012)......................................... 4 Becca Kent (2012).............................................. 2 Erin Lynn (2012)................................................ 2 Claire Kennedy (2012)....................................... 2 Erika Watkins (2012)......................................... 2

Shots

Pascale Rocca (2012)....................................... 42 Jessica Tooley (2012)....................................... 23 Kathleen Kent (2011)........................................19 Maddie Zak (2012)...........................................16 Steph Moldenhauer (2012)................................14 Kre Voight (2011)..............................................14 Olivia Dizon (2012)...........................................13 Erin Lynn (2012)...............................................13

Game-Winning Goals

Olivia Dizon (2012)............................................ 2 Steph Moldenhauer (2012)................................. 2 Six players tied with........................................... 1

Goals Against Average

Chelsie Mummert (2012)............................... 2.94 Blair Kent (2011)...........................................5.01 Fred Gallman (2011)..................................... 6.38

Shutouts

Chelsie Mummert (2012).................................... 5

Saves

Chelsie Mummert (2012).................................140 Blair Kent (2011)............................................. 71 Fred Gallman (2011)........................................ 60

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SEPTEMBER

HASTINGS (Neb.) at USC Aiken BREWTON-PARKER (ga.) ERSKINE at Alabama State at Florida Memorial* at St. Thomas*

1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

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OCTOBER

Thomas (ga.)* Embry-Riddle (fla.)* at Webber Int’l (Fla.)* at Warner (Fla.)* at SCAD Savannah (Ga.)* at St. Andrews (N.C.) SOUTHEASTERN (fla.)* AVE MARIA (fla.)*

3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. Noon 3 p.m. 1 p.m.

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