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THE RECORD

2013 » SCHEDULE & RECORD Overall Record:

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SEC 0-0-0 Non-conference 0-0-0 Home 0-0-0 Away 0-0-0 NEUTRAL 0-0-0

„ THE SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT (TV) TIME/RESULT Aug. 16 at Duke [EXHIBITION] L, 2-0 Aug. 23 OKLAHOMA 7:30 p.m. Aug. 25 at Samford 7 p.m. Aug. 30 at UCF 7 p.m. Sept. 1 JAMES MADISON 1 p.m. Sept. 6 DAYTON 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Mercer 1 p.m. Sept. 13 at Middle Tennessee State 8 p.m. Sept. 15 WESTERN KENTUCKY 1 p.m. Sept. 20 l TEXAS A&M 7 p.m. Sept. 27 l at LSU 8 p.m. Sept. 29 l at Alabama* 2 p.m., CSS Oct. 4 l OLE MISS 7 p.m. Oct. 6 l SOUTH CAROLINA* 3 p.m., ESPNU Oct. 11 l at Kentucky 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 l AUBURN 7 p.m. Oct. 20 l at Arkansas 2 p.m. Oct. 25 l FLORIDA 7 p.m. Oct. 27 l at Missouri 2 p.m. Oct. 31 l at Vanderbilt 7 p.m. Nov. 6-10 SEC Tournament Nov. 15-17 NCAA First Round Nov. 22-24 NCAA Second & Third Rounds Nov. 29- NCAA Quarterfinals Dec. 1 Dec. 6-8 NCAA Women’s College Cup BOLD indicates home game l indicates SEC game

* indicates TV game SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. NCAA Women’s College Cup in Cary, N.C. All times listed are Eastern Time

2013 » TEAM INFORMATION Returning Players 16 Returning Starters 8 Players Lost 11 (6 seniors) Newcomers 15 (13 freshmen)

2012 » IN REVIEW Overall Record 14-5-3 SEC Record 9-3-1 SEC Finish 2nd East/3rd overall Postseason NCAA First Round Final NCAA RPI 18 Final Rankings Soccer America No. 25 NSCAA RV - 52 votes NSCAA All-America Hannah Wilkinson (3rd) NSCAA All-Region Hannah Wilkinson (1st) Ali Hall (2nd) All-SEC Hannah Wilkinson (1st) Ali Hall (2nd)

FIRST TENNESSEE FRIDAY - AUGUST 23, 2013 5 p.m. - TENNESSEE TECH (H) VS. KENNESAW STATE (A) 7:30 p.m. - TENNESSEE VS. OKLAHOMA KNOXVILLE, TENN. l REGAL SOCCER STADIUM (3,000)

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TENNESSEE TECH KENNESAW ST. 2012 Record: 5-12-1, 3-7-0 Ohio Valley 2012 NCAA RPI: 265 2013 NSCAA Poll: NR Conf Finish: 10th in OVC Goals/Match: 0.94 Goals Allowed/Match: 2.00 Saves/Match: 6.89

2012 Record 10-8-1, 6-2-1 Atlantic Sun 2012 NCAA RPI: 148 2013 NSCAA Poll: NR Conf Finish: 3rd in A-Sun Goals/Match: 1.84 Goals Allowed/Match: 1.21 Saves/Match: 4.37

TOP RETURNING FIELD PLAYERS F #22 Ellie Iaciofano (1,428 min., 8 G, 4 A, 20 PTS) F/M #2 Amanda Koch (537 min., 2 A, 2 PTS) D #17 Taylor Hicks (1,598 min., 1 A., 1 PT) M #25 Taylor Sutton (460 min., 1 G, 2 PTS)

M #4 Katrina Frost (1,648 min., 10 G, 3 A, 23 PTS) M #21 Danielle Gray (1,570 min., 8 G, 3 A, 19 PTS) D #22 Jewelia Strickland (1,380 min., 2 G, 9 A, 13 PTS) M #3 Kelsey Barr (1,715 min., 4 G, 1 A, 9 PTS)

TOP RETURNING GOALKEEPER #20 Jordan Brown (5-12, 1.96 GAA, 124 saves)

ONLY GK IS A FRESHMAN

NOTEWORTHY NOTES FIRST TENNESSEE FRIDAY

The 2013 soccer season is here! Welcome to First Tennessee Friday at Regal Soccer Stadium! The action starts at 5 p.m. with a match between Tennessee Tech and Kennesaw State. At 7:30 p.m., Tennessee will open its 2013 season against Oklahoma.

TENNESSEE IN SEASON OPENERS

Tennessee has won six consecutive season openers, dating back to 2007. UT is 8-0 all-time when opening the season at home. The Orange and White’s last loss in a season opener was on Aug. 25, 2006, when it fell to Maryland, 1-0, in the Penn State Invitational. Current UT head coach Brian Pensky was the head coach of the that Maryland team in 2006.

LAST 6 SEASON OPENERS

Date Opponent Score 8/17/12 Samford W, 4-0 8/19/11 at Kansas W, 2-1 OT 8/20/10 Western Kentucky W, 3-0 8/22/09 ETSU W, 2-0 8/22/08 at Chattanooga W, 5-0 8/31/07 #7 Penn State W, 2-1

ALL-TIME VS. THE SOONERS

Tennessee and Oklahoma will square off for the third time ever today. UT has won the previous two meetings. The first time the teams met was in 2003 when Tennessee took a 1-0 win over Oklahoma in Knoxville in the NCAA Tournament First Round. Lyndsey Patterson

TENNESSEE

OKLAHOMA

2012 Record: 14-5-3, 9-3-1 SEC 2012 NCAA RPI: 18 2013 NSCAA Poll: RV Conf Finish: 3rd in SEC Goals/Match: 1.68 Goals Allowed/Match: 0.73 Saves/Match: 3.41

2012 Record 7-9-4, 3-3-2 Big 12 2012 NCAA RPI: 121 2013 NSCAA Poll: NR Conf Finish: 5th in Big 12 Goals/Match: 1.15 Goals Allowed/Match: 1.35 Saves/Match: 5.15

TOP RETURNING FIELD PLAYERS F #17 Hannah Wilkinson M #13 Emily Bowman (1,089 min., 8 G, 1 A, 4 GW) (1 G, 3 A, 5 PTS, 11 SHOTS) F/M #25 Caroline Brown D #24 Molly Richey (1,057 min., 5 G, 7 A, 3 GW) (1 G, 1 A, 3 PTS, 12 SHOTS) M #10 CC Cobb M #8 Abby Hodgen (1,083 min., 1 G, 5 A, 7 PTS) (1 A, 1 PT, 18 SHOTS) F #9 Katie Lenz M #6 Bailey Boulware (893 min., 1 G, 5 A, 7 PTS) (1 A, 1 PT, 5 SHOTS)

TOP RETURNING GOALKEEPER #00 Julie Eckel ALL 3 GKs ARE FRESHMEN (14-5-3, 0.70 GAA, 71 saves)

scored the only goal of the game in the 23rd minute off an assist from Rhian Wilkinson. On Aug. 21, 2011, Tennessee took a 3-1 win in Norman, Okla. Kylie Bono scored the first goal off a PK in the 23rd minute. Caroline Brown snapped a 1-1 tie in the 60th minute with a score off an assist from Chelsea Hatcher. Brown added one more score off a deflection in the 66th minute.

RETURNING A LOT

The 2013 Tennessee soccer team returns a large portion of the 2012 squad that went 14-5-3 and earned the program’s 10th NCAA Tournament berth. UT brings back leading scorer and NSCAA AllAmerican forward Hannah Wilkinson up top (eight goals in 2012) and assist leader Caroline Brown (seven in 2012). Most of the team’s formidable back line is also back for 2013. Defenders Allie Sirna, Brittney Wade and Caroline Capocaccia and goalkeeper Julie Eckel helped Tennessee set a new program record for consecutive shutout minutes (533:22) from Aug. 19- Sept. 9.

IMPACT TRANSFERS

In 2012, Tennessee got a major boost from transfers CC Cobb and Katie Lenz. Cobb joined UT from Florida State and Lenz came to Knoxville by way of West Virginia. Cobb and Lenz combined for two goals and 10 assists and served both as sparks off the bench and dependable starters throughout the season. For 2013, UT has another pair of big-impact transfers in Cheyenne Spade (NC State) and Megan Erskine (San Diego State/Ventura College). Look out for them!

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tennessee Roster

No. Name 00 Julie Eckel 0 Hannah Steadman 1 Jessica Rolfs 2 Caroline Capocaccia 3 Tori Bailey 4 Mackenzie Moore 5 Peyton Thomas 6 Cheyenne Spade 7 Suzanne Capocaccia 8 Kathryn Culhane 9 Katie Lenz 10 CC Cobb 11 Amalie Thestrup 12 Michele Christy 13 Jamilah Tejan 14 Amy Neal 15 Cali Hutson 16 Allie Sirna 17 Hannah Wilkinson 18 Maddie Gangi 20 Susan Ferguson 21 Emily Morrow 22 Megan Erskine 24 Gabby Santorio 25 Caroline Brown 26 Aaran Parry 27 Bailey Beattie 28 Brittney Wade 31 Maddie Fancher 36 Madison Del Duca 96 Eleanor Gabriel

Pos. Ht. Class Hometown/High School 5-6 GK JR Cordova, Tenn./St. Benedict at Auburndale 5-8 GK RS SO Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon 5-11 GK RS SR Normal, Ill./Normal Community 5-7 D SR Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy 4-11 M/D SR Fenton, Mich./Fenton 5-8 M SO Franklin, Tenn./Franklin 5-11 M/D SO Hixson, Tenn./Baylor School 5-4 F JR Richfield, Pa./Midd-West HS/NC State 5-7 M/D SO Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy 5-8 D FR Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic 5-6 F SR Mechanicsburg, Pa./Trinity/West Virginia 5-4 M SR Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage/Florida State 5-6 F FR Hellerup, Denmark/Oregard Gymnasium 5-5 M FR Loveland, Ohio/Ursuline Academy 5-5 M FR Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Mission Viejo 5-8 F FR Los Alamos, N.M./Los Alamos 5-1 F FR Fairfax, Va./Paul VI Catholic 5-3 D JR Solon, Ohio/Solon Whangarei, New Zealand/Kamo/Auckland University of Technology 5-11 F JR 5-3 D FR Frisco, Texas/Centennial 5-6 M SO Arlington, Va./Washington & Lee 5-4 M FR Argyle, Texas/Marcus HS 5-6 D JR Ventura, Calif./Buena HS/San Diego State, Ventura College 5-11 D SO Schenectady, N.Y./Schenectady 5-9 M/F SR Hershey, Pa./Hershey 5-9 F FR Frederick, Md./Tuscarora 5-5 F FR Summerfield, N.C./Northern Guliford 5-5 M/D JR Houston, Texas/Clear Lake 5-11 GK FR Noblesville, Ind./Noblesville 5-3 F FR Palm Harbor, Fla./East Lake 5-4 F FR Louisville, Ky./Sacred Heart Academy

Head Coach: Brian Pensky (Emory ’91) Assistant Coaches: Joe Mallia (Old Dominion ’92), Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ’98) Vol. Asst. Coach: Kevin Keck Director of Soccer Operations: Hemant Sharma (Cornell ’97) Team Managers: Whitney Carter, Luke Thomas Team Intern: Ashlee Burt (Miami ’12) Sports Medicine: Greg Mytyk Strength & Conditioning: Greg Adamson Media Relations: Stephen K. Lee

SEPTEMBER Sept. 6: Maddie Gangi OCTOBER Oct. 1: Emily Morrow Oct. 6: Katie Lenz Oct. 8: Cheyenne Spade Oct. 14: Hannah Steadman Oct. 22: Suzanne Capocaccia Oct. 28: CC Cobb NOVEMBER Nov. 2: Bailey Beattie Nov. 11: Julie Eckel Nov. 12: Brittney Wade Nov. 13: Jamilah Tejan DECEMBER Dec. 5: Kathryn Culhane Peyton Thomas Dec. 15: Gabby Santorio Dec. 30: Tori Bailey

TENNESSEE ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

3 Tori Bailey M/D SR 27 Bailey Beattie F FR 25 Caroline Brown M/F SR 2 Caroline Capocaccia D SR 7 Suzanne Capocaccia M/D SO 12 Michele Christy M FR 10 CC Cobb M SR 8 Kathryn Culhane D FR 36 Madison Del Duca F FR 00 Julie Eckel GK JR 22 Megan Erskine D JR 31 Maddie Fancher GK FR 20 Susan Ferguson M SO 96 Eleanor Gabriel F FR 18 Maddie Gangi D FR 15 Cali Hutson F FR 9 Katie Lenz F SR 4 Mackenzie Moore M SO 21 Emily Morrow M FR 14 Amy Neal F FR 26 Aaran Parry F FR 1 Jessica Rolfs GK RS SR 24 Gabby Santorio D SO 16 Allie Sirna D JR 6 Cheyenne Spade F JR 0 Hannah Steadman GK RS SO 13 Jamilah Tejan M FR 11 Amalie Thestrup F FR 5 Peyton Thomas M/D SO 28 Brittney Wade M/D JR 17 Hannah Wilkinson F JR

16 RETURNING LETTERWINNERS 8 RETURNING STARTERS

(Bailey, Bono, Brown, C. Capocaccia, Eckel, Hall, Harrison, Sirna)

PROUNCIATIONS

BIG ORANGE BIRTHDAYS :) AUGUST Aug. 25: Amy Neal Aug. 26: Susan Ferguson

2013 » ROSTER

JANUARY Jan. 4: Caroline Brown FEBRUARY Feb. 3: Maddie Fancher Feb. 11: Jessica Rolfs Feb. 28: Michele Christy Feb. 29: Caroline Capocaccia MARCH March 17: Amalie Thestrup March 21: Megan Erskine APRIL April 4: Madison Del Duca April 8: Allie Sirna MAY May 11: Aaran Parry May 28: Hannah Wilkinson JUNE None JULY July 2: Mackenzie Moore July 14: Cali Hutson

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2 Caroline Capocaccia CAP-uh-kotch-ee-uh 5 Peyton Thomas PAYT-en 7 Suzanne Capocaccia CAP-uh-kotch-ee-uh 16 Allie Sirna SIR-nuh 24 Gabby Santorio SAN-tor-EE-oh Brian Pensky PEN-ski Joe Mallia MAL-EE-uh Hemant Sharma HEE-mant

BY CLASS

SENIORS (6): Tori Bailey, Caroline Brown, Caroline Capocaccia, CC Cobb, Katie Lenz, Jessica Rolfs (RS) JUNIORS (6): Julie Eckel, Megan Erskine, Allie Sirna, Cheyenne Spade, Brittany Wade, Hannah Wilkinson SOPHOMORES (6): Suzanne Capocaccia, Susan Ferguson, Mackenzie Moore, Gabby Santorio, Hannah Steadman (RS), Peyton Thomas FRESHMEN (13): Bailey Beattie, Michele Christy, Kathryn Culhane, Madison Del Duca, Maddie Fancher, Eleanor Gabriel, Maddie Gangi, Cali Hutson, Emily Morrow, Amy Neal, Aaran Parry, Jamilah Tejan, Amalie Thestrup


THE BOOK ON OKLAHOMA ¢ The Sooners are coming off back-to-back disappointing seasons. Since the making the NCAA tournament in 2010, OU has gone 1422-4 (7-13-0 in 2011 and 7-9-4 in 2012). ¢ The team lost 87 percent of its scoring from 2012. The biggest loss was leading scorer Renae Cuellar, who accounted for 12 of OU’s 23 goals last season. ¢ Sixteen of Oklahoma’s 26 players are either true or redshirt freshmen. OU’s three goalkeepers are true freshmen Kaitlyn Fahrner and Miranda Larkin and redshirt freshman Kassidie Stade. Stade saw action in both of Oklahoma’s exhibition matches and could be the team’s starter in goal. ¢ In exhibition play this month, Oklahoma had a scoreless tie against Idaho on Aug. 16 and fell to Gonzaga, 2-1, on Aug. 18. Both matches were on the road. Against Idaho, the Sooners outshot the Vandals, 17-6, with seven shots on goal. In the loss to Gonzaga, OU managed just four shots while the Bulldogs fired 15. The Sooners’ lone goal in that match was an own goal that came off a Gonzaga defender. ¢ Despite its struggles in 2012, Oklahoma finished the season with some good wins, going 3-2 over its final five contests. ¢ OU faced two SEC teams in 2012 and played two very tight matches. On Aug. 20, 2012, the Sooners fell to LSU, 1-0, in double overtime. On Aug. 26, 2012, Oklahoma and Vanderbilt played to a 1-1 tie. ¢ Sooners coach Matt Potter is in his second year at the helm. He was previously the head coach at Washington State from 2003-11. In 10 years as a head coach, he has compiled a 96-78-30 career record.

OKLAHOMA Roster

No. Name Pos. 0 Miranda Larkin GK 1 Kaitlyn Fahrner GK 2 Caren Nelson F 3 Madison Kinzer D 4 Shiloh Price M 5 Zoe Dickson F 6 Bailey Boulware M 7 Devin Barrett F 8 Abby Hodgen M 00 Kassidie Stade GK 10 Jemma Cota M 11 Madison Saliba D/F 13 Emily Bowman M 14 Kathryn Watson D 15 Rachel Ressler D 16 Kenzie Sublett D 17 Lisa Robinson F 19 Paige Jacobs M 20 Elise Romano M 23 Daisy Cardona F 24 Molly Richey D 25 Smith, Madison D 27 Katie Sheinfeld D 28 Courtney Forte D 29 Katie Marcheso M 90 Jamie Iurato F

Ht. Class Hometown/High School 5-8 Fr. Rockwell, Texas/Rockwell 5-8 Fr. Las Vegas, Nev./Coronado 5-8 Fr. Colorado Springs, Colo./Air Academy 5-9 Fr. Tucson, Ariz./Ironwood Ridge 5-3 Fr. Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow H.S. 5-6 Sr. Orange, Calif./Modena 5-6 Sr. Mustang, Okla./Mustang 5-5 So. Corona, Calif./Mater Dei 5-5 Jr. Yukon, Okla./Mustang 5-10 RFr. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Trabuco Hills 5-3 Fr. Gilbert, Ariz./Gilbert 5-1 Fr. Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow H.S. 5-9 Jr. Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine 5-8 Sr. Richardson, Texas/J.J. Pearce 5-5 Fr. Phoenix, Ariz./Desert Vista 5-5 RFr. Norman, Okla./Norman North 5-2 Fr. Edmond, Okla./Edmond Memorial 5-9 Fr. Coppell, Texas/Coppell 5-5 So. Basking Ridge, N.J./Colorado/Ridge H.S. 5-3 Jr. Ventura, Calif./Ventura College 5-4 RJr. Tyler, Texas/Bishop T.K. Gorman 5-5 So. Edmond, Okla./Deer Creek 5-7 RFr. Dallas, Texas/Purdue/Greenhill H.S. 5-8 Fr. Flower Mound, Texas/Edward Marcus 5-4 RFr. Littleton, Colo./Green Mountain 5-4 Fr. Mesa, Ariz./Heritage Academy

Head Coach: Matt Potter Associate Head Coach: Graeme Abel Assistant Coach: Kacey Burke Vol. Asst. Coach: Matt Armstrong Student-Athlete Performance Enhancement: Buddy Huttanus 2012 In Review Record: 7-9-4, 3-3-2 Big 12 Conf Finish: 5th in Big 12 NCAA RPI: 121

KENNESAW STATE TENNESSEE TECH No. Name Pos. Ht. Class 2 Tasia Williams D 5-6 R-Sr. 3 Kelsey Barr M 5-5 Sr. 4 Katrina Frost M 5-5 R-Jr. 5 Elizabeth Johnson D/M 5-7 So. 6 Nicole Calder D 5-7 Jr. 7 Maggie Gaughan F 5-7 Fr. 8 Hannah Churchill M 5-5 So. 9 Monica Herrera M 5-7 Fr. 10 Suzanne Arafa M 5-6 Fr. 11 Alma Gardarsdottir D 6-0 R-Jr. 12 Cassidy Kemp M/F 5-3 Fr. 13 Shannon Driscoll F 5-8 Fr. 14 Heather Joyce F 5-9 Jr. 15 Casey Kincheloe M/F 5-4 Fr. 18 Jana Eady D 5-7 Jr. 19 Olivia Sturdivant GK 5-9 Fr. 20 Julia Nelson M 5-4 Jr. 21 Danielle Gray M 5-8 So. 22 Jewelia Strickland D 5-7 R-Jr. 23 Iyani Hughes F 5-3 Jr. 27 Brittney Reed D 5-9 R-Fr. Head Coach: Rob King Assistant Coaches: Rebecca Nolin, Matthew Carr

No. Name Pos. Ht. Class 1 Allison Barlow GK 5-7 So. 2 Amanda Koch F/M 5-6 Jr. 3 Chelsea Ladd M 5-5 Jr. 4 Leigh Heffner D 5-8 R-Sr. 5 Shannon Rountree M 5-3 Sr. 6 Hayley Morton D 5-5 Jr. 7 Ashlyn Flaherty M 5-6 Fr. 9 Katie Phillips M/D 5-9 Jr. 10 Kelsey McGohan F/M 5-0 Jr. 12 Kalyn Pruett F/M 5-6 Fr. 13 Tarah Piccirilli F/M 5-8 Fr. 15 Maddie Karas F/M 5-8 Fr. 17 Taylor Hicks D 5-2 Sr. 18 Paige Overstreet GK 5-6 Fr. 19 Jessica Wilson F/M 5-6 Sr. 20 Jordan Brown GK 5-7 So. 21 Emily Williams D 5-3 Fr. 22 Ellie Iaciofano F 6-0 Sr. 23 Mackenzie Miller F/M 5-3 So. 24 Taylor Blazei F/M 5-7 So. 25 Taylor Sutton M 5-6 So. 29 Abi Gearing F 5-9 Fr. 30 Micki Dye D 5-4 Fr. 33 Skyler Brown M/D 5-4 Fr. Head Coach: Daniel Brizard Assistant Coaches: Rachel Yepez, Corey Boyd

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2012 IN REVIEW

THE RECORD

2012 » SCHEDULE & RECORD Overall Record:

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SEC 9-3-1 Non-conference 5-1-2 Home 7-3-1 Away 7-2-1 NEUTRAL 0-0-1

„ THE SCHEDULE

The 2012 season was Tennessee’s first under the direction of head coach Brian Pensky. UT went 14-5-3 and finished third in the SEC with a 9-3-1 conference record, far exceeding preseason expectations after league coaches picked the team to finish 11th. The team made its 10th appearance in the NCAA Tournament, falling in the First Round to Miami (Ohio). UT finished at No. 18 in the final NCAA Women’s Soccer RPI and the Lady Vols ranked 25th in the final Soccer America poll of 2012.

2012 » UT SOCCER HONORS TORI BAILEY, M/D NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention Caroline Brown, M/F NSCAA Second Team Scholar All-South Region #3 in Top Drawer Soccer’s Top 20 SEC Players #25 in Top Drawer Soccer’s Women’s Upperclassmen Top 100 National Players SEC Preseason Player to Watch List CAROLINE CAPOCACCIA, D NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention KYLIE BONO, M #16 in Top Drawer Soccer’s Top 20 SEC Players SEC Preseason Player to Watch List Julie Eckel, GK CollegeSoccer360.com National Primetime Player of the Week (Oct. 23) Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week (Oct. 23) SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22) SEC Preseason Player to Watch List ALI HALL, D NSCAA Second Team All-South Region Second Team All-SEC SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 8) AMY HARRISON, M Soccer America Women’s Nat. Team of the Week (Aug. 22) Top Drawer Soccer College Player of the Week (Aug. 20) SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 20) SEC Preseason Player to Watch List ALEXIS OWENS, F SEC Community Service Team NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention ALLIE SIRNA, D Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Aug. 27) HANNAH WILKINSON, F NSCAA Third Team All-American NSCAA Second Team All-South Region First Team All-SEC Soccer America Women’s Nat. Team of the Week (Oct.25) Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Oct. 22) TSWA Women’s College Soccer Player of the Week (Oct. 22) SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22)

Tennessee boasted one of the nation’s elite defenses in 2012. The team’s 0.69 goals-against average set a new program record and the Lady Vols recorded 11 shutouts. UT also produced the longest shutout streak in school history with 533:22 of scoreless defense from Aug. 19 through Sept. 9. Sophomore forward Hannah Wilkinson was named an NSCAA Third Team All-American, an NSCAA First Team All-South Region pick and a First Team All-SEC selection in her debut season with the Orange and White. Senior back Ali Hall was a key anchor on that recordsetting defense and earned NSCAA Second Team All-South Region honors and Second Team All-SEC accolades. Tennessee also thrived in the classroom as junior Caroline Brown was tabbed to the NSCAA Scholar All-South Region second team. Senior Alexis Owens and juniors Tori Bailey and Caroline Capocaccia were named honorable mentions. Brown and Caroline Capocaccia were named Co-Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year at the 2013 Volscars. NON-CONFERENCE PLAY Tennessee enjoyed a hot start to the 2012 season, going 5-1-2 in eight non-conference games. In those first eight contests, UT outscored its opponents by a combined score of 13-2. The team took a 4-0 win over Samford in the season opener on Aug. 17, marking its sixth consecutive seasonopening victory. Tennessee followed that with a 4-1 win at Western Kentucky. Amy Harrison had back-toback two-goal games to start the year and garnered numerous national awards. UT improved to 4-0 with a pair of wins in the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic. Brown had a clutch matchwinning PK to lift the team to a 1-0 2OT win over William & Mary. Two days later the team beat VCU, 2-0. After a 2-0 win at Kennesaw State on Aug. 31, the team headed to the West Coast for matches at Cal State Northridge and No. 1 UCLA. Wilkinson made her UT debut in a 0-0 2OT tie at Northridge. UCLA scored a scored a second half goal to end Tennessee’s program record shutout streak of 533:22 and lift the Bruins to a 1-0 win. SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE PLAY Tennesee went 9-3-1 in SEC play and was in the hunt for the conference regular season title through the final week of the regular season. Wilkinson scored all eight of her goals in SEC play. Those 13 games featured three overtime contests, starting with a 2-1 OT win over Alabama at home. That game featured Wilkinson’s first collegiate goal and an overtime winner by Kylie Bono.

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DATE OPPONENT (TV) TIME Aug. 17 Samford W, 4-0 Aug. 19 at Western Kentucky W, 4-1 Aug. 24 William & Mary# W, 1-0 2OT Aug. 26 VCU# W, 2-0 Aug. 31 at Kennesaw State W, 2-0 Sept. 7 at Cal State Northridge T, 0-0 2OT Sept. 9 at #1 UCLA (Pac-12 Network) L, 1-0 Sept. 14 Alabama* W, 2-1 OT Sept. 16 Vanderbilt* T, 1-1 2OT Sept. 21 at Florida* L, 2-1 Sept. 23 at Mississippi State* W, 6-0 Sept. 28 Arkansas* L, 1-0 Sept. 30 #11 Missouri* W, 1-0 Oct. 5 at South Carolina* W, 1-0 Oct. 7 at Auburn* (CSS, ESPN3) W, 1-0 Oct. 12 Kentucky* L, 1-0 Oct. 14 LSU* W, 3-2 OT Oct. 19 at #9 Texas A&M* W, 1-0 Oct. 21 at Ole Miss* (SportSouth, ESPN3) W, 2-1 Oct. 25 Georgia* W, 3-2 Oct. 31 vs. Auburn & T, 0-0 (PK) Nov. 11 #24 Miami (Ohio)$ L, 3-2 OT $ NCAA Tournament # First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic; *SEC Game, & SEC Tournament All times listed are Eastern Time

After a 1-1 home tie against Vanderbilt and a 2-1 loss at Florida, Tennessee had its best offensive game of the season with a 6-0 victory at Mississippi State. Arkansas scored early in a match in Knoxville on Sept. 28 to take a 1-0 upset. UT followed that with three straight 1-0 wins. Bailey had a clutch goal from six yards out in the 58th minute to lift UT past No. 11 Missouri. A 58th minute goal by Brown pushed Tennessee past South Carolina. Bono netted a 60th-min goal to give the team a victory at Auburn. Kentucky edged the Volunteers, 1-0, on Oct. 12, but Tennessee closed out the regular season with four straight wins. Wilkinson netted a 96th-minute winner in a 3-2 OT win over LSU two days later. Julie Eckel set a personal high with an 11-save effort in a 1-0 upset over No. 9 Texas A&M. Wilkinson had an 80th-minute winner against Ole Miss. On senior day, Alexis Owens scored an incredible 84th minute match-winner from three yards out to lift Tennessee past Georgia, 3-2. SEC TOURNAMENT No. 19 Tennessee and Auburn played 110 scoreless minutes, but the Tigers came out on top, winning on penalty kicks, 5-3. NCAA TOURNAMENT Tennessee’s soccer season came to a dramatic conclusion on Nov. 11 as Miami (Ohio) scored with nine seconds left in regulation then tallied the winner in OT for a 3-2 finale at Regal Soccer Stadium.


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FINAL NCAA RPI of 2012 Dec. 5, 2012 Rank School 1 Stanford 2 North Carolina 3 San Diego St. 4 Florida St. 5 Penn St. 6 UCLA 7 BYU 8 Virginia 9 Florida 10 Baylor 11 Duke 12 Marquette 13 Santa Clara 14 Notre Dame 15 Texas A&M 16 Michigan 17 Ohio St. 18 TENNESSEE 19 Wake Forest 20 UCF 21 Texas Tech 22 Portland 23 Boston College 24 California 25 Denver

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Top 25 Preseason Ranking Record Aug. 13, 2013 21-2-1 Rank School (1st Pl) Prev. Record 15-5-3 1 North Carolina (31) 1 15-5-3 21-2-1 2 Stanford (1) 3 21-2-1 20-4-0 3 Florida State 4 20-4-0 21-4-2 4 Penn State 2 21-4-2 18-3-2 5 UCLA 6 16-3-2 20-2-2 6 BYU 5 20-2-2 18-5-1 7 Duke 8 15-6-2 19-5-1 8 Virginia 10 16-5-1 19-1-5 9 Florida 8 19-5-1 15-6-2 10 Notre Dame 13 16-6-2 18-2-3 11 San Diego State 7 21-2-1 12-4-6 12 Texas A&M 14 19-5-1 16-6-2 13 Baylor 11 19-1-5 19-5-1 14 Marquette 12 18-2-3 16-5-3 15 Wake Forest 15 14-6-3 16-4-2 16 Santa Clara 18 12-4-6 14-5-3 17 Maryland 16 14-7-2 14-6-3 18 Georgetown 17 16-4-3 17-5-2 19 Michigan 19 16-5-3 16-6-1 20 California 21 16-6-0 11-5-5 21 UCF 20 17-5-2 11-8-3 22 Portland 24 11-5-5 16-6-0 23 Ohio State 23 16-4-2 17-3-4 24 Texas Tech 25 16-6-1 25 Denver 22 17-3-4

SOCCER America

Top 25 Preseason Ranking Aug. 21, 2013 Rank School Record 1 North Carolina 15-5-3 2 Penn State 21-4-2 3 UCLA 16-3-2 4 Stanford 21-2-1 5 Notre Dame 16-6-2 6 Florida State 20-4-0 7 Virginia 16-5-1 8 Duke 15-6-2 9 Santa Clara 12-4-6 10 Wake Forest 14-6-3 11 San Diego State 21-2-1 12 BYU 20-2-2 13 Marquette 18-2-3 14 Georgetown 16-4-3 15 Michigan 16-5-3 16 Texas A&M 19-5-1 17 Maryland 14-7-2 18 California 16-6-0 19 West Virginia 11-5-4 20 Portland 11-5-5 21 Florida 19-5-1 22 Baylor 19-1-5 23 UCF 17-5-2 24 Denver 17-3-4 25 I llinois 10-9-4

Others receiving votes: TENNESSEE 48, Pepperdine 37, Illinois 31, West Virginia 29, Boston College 28, USC 15, Auburn 15, Virginia Tech 10, Miami (Ohio) 8, Missouri 2, Stephen F. Austin 1, Kentucky 1, LSU 1, Dartmouth 1, Arizona State 1

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2013 Preseason Rank School 1 North Carolina 2 Florida State 3 Virgina 4 Duke 5 Florida 6 Stanford 7 UCLA 8 Penn State 9 Texas A&M 10 Wake Forest 11 Boston College 12 Virginia Tech 13 Maryland 14 Baylor 15 TENNESSEE 16 Auburn 17 Marquette 18 Miami (Fla.) 19 Missouri 20 BYU 21 Ohio State 22 LSU 23 Portland 24 Notre Dame 25 Illinois

Soccer Times

Women’s Top 25 Poll Oct. 21, 2012 Rank School (1st Pl) 1 North Carolina (15) 2 Penn State 3 Stanford 4 Florida State 5 Brigham Young 6 UCLA 7 Duke 8 Virginia 9 San Diego State 10 Baylor 11 Marquette 12 Florida 13 Notre Dame 14 Texas A&M 15 Wake Forest 16 Santa Clara 17 Maryland 18 Michigan 19 Georgetown 20 California 21 Central Florida 22 Denver 23 Boston College 24 Ohio State 25 Virginia Tech

Record 15-5-3 21-4-2 21-2-1 20-4-0 20-2-2 18-3-2 15-6-2 18-5-1 21-2-1 19-1-5 18-2-3 19-5-1 16-6-2 19-5-1 14-6-3 12-4-6 14-7-1 16-5-3 16-4-3 16-6-0 17-5-2 17-3-4 11-8-3 16-4-2 13-6-1

Others receiving votes: Pepperdine 15, TENNESSEE 15, Portland 13, Princeton 11, Texas Tech 10, Missouri 9, Illinois 7, Kentucky 6, Auburn 5, La Salle 5, Rutgers 3, Miami (Ohio) 2, Navy 2, West Virginia 2, Stephen F. Austin 1.

FINAL 2012 SeC STANDINGS Eastern Division SEC Florida 11-2-0 TENNESSEE 9-3-1 Kentucky 8-4-1 Missouri 8-5-0 South Carolina 3-7-3 Georgia 3-8-2 Vanderbilt 2-7-4

Pct. .846 .731 .654 .615 .346 .308 .308

GF GA Overall Pct. GF GA Home Away Neutral Last 10 33 10 19-5-1 .780 54 22 10-2 5-3 4-0 8-2 22 11 14-5-3 .705 37 16 7-3 7-2 0-0 7-2-1 21 14 14-7-1 .659 33 25 10-1 4-3 0-3 6-4 19 14 14-7-1 .659 38 24 8-2 5-4 1-1 4-5-1 9 17 7-10-4 .429 21 23 5-5 1-4 1-1 4-5-1 14 17 7-11-2 .400 24 23 3-4 2-7 2-0 2-7-1 13 28 5-10-5 .375 24 36 0-6 5-4 0-0 1-7-2

Streak L1 L1 L1

Western Division SEC Texas A&M 10-2-1 Auburn 7-6-0 Arkansas 6-6-1 LSU 5-6-2 Ole Miss 5-8-0 Alabama 3-8-2 Mississippi State 2-10-1

Pct. .808 .538 .500 .462 .385 .308 .192

GF GA Overall Pct. GF GA Home Away Neutral Last 10 Streak 29 7 19-5-1 .780 48 16 11-2 6-2 2-1 7-3 L1 21 17 13-11-1 .540 35 29 8-4 3-6 2-1 5-4-1 L1 19 25 9-10-1 .475 25 35 6-4 3-5 0-1 5-5 L2 19 21 9-8-4 .524 28 27 5-5 4-2 0-1 5-4-1 L1 17 22 13-9-0 .591 45 27 7-4 5-4 1-1 4-6 L1 17 27 8-9-2 .474 37 30 4-5 4-4 0-0 2-7-1 L2 10 33 9-10-1 .475 29 36 8-6 1-4 0-0 2-8 W 1

L1 L2 L6

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2013 QUICK FACTS General University Information

Location (Founded): ................................................................................Knoxville, Tenn. (1794) Conference: ...................................................................................................................Southeastern Enrollment: .................................................................................................................................27,523 Colors: ....................................................................................................................... Orange & White Nickname: ................................................................. Volunteers/Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols) Mascot: ................................................................................................................................. Smokey X President: .................................................................................................................. Dr. Joe DiPietro Chancellor: ........................................................................................................Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek Faculty Representative: .....................................................................................Dr. Donald Bruce Vice Chancellor/Dir. of Athletics: ................................................................................. Dave Hart Athletic Dept. Phone: ................................................................................................865-974-1220 Athletics Website: ..................................................................................................... UTSports.com

Facility Information

Facility (Opened): ....................................................................... Regal Soccer Stadium (2007) Capacity:...................................................................................................................................... 3,000 Surface: ......................................................................................................................Bermuda Grass Record at Regal Soccer Stadium: ......................................................40-16-5 (entering 2013)

History

First Year of Soccer: ....................................................................................................................1996 All-Time Overall Record: ..................................................................................... 211-129-25 (.612) All-Time SEC Record: ........................................................................................... 108-52-12 (.663) SEC Regular Season Championships: ......................................................... 2003, 2004, 2005 SEC Tournament Championships: ....................................................2002, 2003, 2005, 2008 NCAA Tournament Appearances: ....................................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, ............................................................................................................ 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 NCAA Sweet 16: ........................................................................ 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 All-Americans: ..........Keeley Dowling (2002, 2003, 2004), Ali Christoph (2005, 2006), ................................ Jaimel Johnson (2007), Kylee Rossi (2007), Hannah Wilkinson (2012)

Soccer Staff

Head Coach: .......................................................................................... Brian Pensky (Emory ‘91), .............................................................2nd season at Tennessee, 9th season as a head coach Pensky’s Career Record: ................................................................. 81-57-23 (.606, 8 seasons) Pensky’s NCAA Tournament Record: ................................................................................... 5-3-1 ................................................(4 appearances - 2009-11 with Maryland, 2012 at Tennessee) Assistant Coach: .......................................................................... Joe Mallia (Old Dominion ‘92) Assistant Coach: ...................................................................Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ‘98) Director of Soccer Operations: ................................................ Hemant Sharma (Cornell ‘97) Volunteer Assistant Coach: ............................. Dean Ward (Manchester Metropolitan ‘06) Team Managers: .......................................................................... Whitney Carter, Luke Thomas Soccer Office Phone: .................................................................................................865-974-4515 Coaches’ Fax: ............................................................................................................ 865-974-6380

2013 Team Information

2012 Overall Record: ............................................................................................................... 14-5-3 2012 SEC Record: ........................................................................................9-3-1 (Finished Third) 2012 Finish: ................................................................................. NCAA Tournament First Round 2012 Final Ranking: ............................................................. NCAA RPI: 18; Soccer America: 25 Returning Players: .............................................................................................................................16 Newcomers: ........................................................................................................................................15 Players Lost: .......................................................................................................................................12 Starters Returning/Lost: ..............................................................................................................8/3

Media Relations

Mailing Address: ................................. 1551 Lake Loudoun Blvd., Brenda Lawson Addition, ........................................................................................................Room 009, Knoxville, TN 37916 Assistant Director/Soccer Contact: ................................................................... Stephen K. Lee Media Relations Office: ..............................................................................................865-974-1212 Lee’s Direct Line: .......................................................................................................865-974-7478 Lee’s Cell Phone: ......................................................................................................504-259-0907 Lee’s e-mail: ............................................................................................................... sklee@utk.edu Regal Soccer Stadium Press Box: ........................................................................ 865-974-8130

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Returning Statistical Leaders from 2012 Category Goals Assists Points Minutes Shots Shot Pct. (10 min) SOG SOG Pct. (10 min) Match-winners

Stat Leader 8 Hannah Wilkinson 7 Caroline Brown 17 Hannah Wilkinson, Caroline Brown 1943 Brittney Wade 50 Hannah Wilkinson .160 Hannah Wilkinson 231 Hannah Wilkinson .500 Caroline Brown 4 Hannah Wilkinson

Minutes in Goal GAA Saves Save Pct. Wins Shutouts

1938:23 0.70 71 .826 14 9

Julie Eckel Julie Eckel Julie Eckel Julie Eckel Julie Eckel Julie Eckel

2013 TENNESSEE SOCCER SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT LOCATION Aug. 23 OKLAHOMA Knoxville, Tenn. Aug. 25 at Samford Birmingham, Ala. Aug. 30 at UCF Orlando, Fla. Sept. 1 JAMES MADISON Knoxville, Tenn. Sept. 6 DAYTON Knoxville, Tenn. Sept. 8 at Mercer Macon, Ga. Sept. 13 at Middle Tennessee State Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sept. 15 WESTERN KENTUCKY Knoxville, Tenn. Sept. 20 TEXAS A&M Knoxville, Tenn. Sept. 27 at LSU Baton Rouge, La. Sept. 29 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. Oct. 4 OLE MISS Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 11 at Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Oct. 18 AUBURN Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 20 at Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. Oct. 25 FLORIDA Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 27 at Missouri Columbia, Mo. Oct. 31 at Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn.

TIME (ET) 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.


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Tori Bailey

bailey beattie

CAROLINE BROWN

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 3, vs. Richmond 8/29/10 Goals: 1, 4x, vs. Missouri 9/30/12 Assists: 1, 4x, vs. LSU 10/14/12 Shots: 3, vs. William & Mary 8/24/12 SOG: 2, 2x, vs. Kentucky 10/12/12 Min.: 110, 3x, vs. Auburn 10/31/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 4, 2x, last vs. Samford, 8/17/12 Goals: 2, 2x, last vs. Charlotte, 9/9/11 Assists: 2, 5x, last vs. LSU, 10/14/12 Shots: 7, vs. William & Mary 8/24/12 SOG: 4, 2x, vs. Kentucky 10/12/12 Min.: 110, 3x, vs. Auburn 10/31/12

2012 • NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • 21 matches started, 21 matches played, used mostly as a midfielder • Assisted Amy Harrison’s header into the back of the net against LSU (10/14) • Scored the game winning goal vs. #11 Missouri (9/30) • Had assist on equalizer in 17th minute vs. Alabama (9/14) • Set new career high with 110 minutes played at Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Took two shots in 2-0 win over VCU (8/26) • Played 100 minutes in the overtime victory over William and Mary (8/24) and fired three shots • Started against both Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19) • Record her first goal of the season at WKU (8/19) in the ninth minute

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a three-year soccer letterwinner and a two-year indoor track letterwinner at Northern Guliford High School • Was a varsity starter as a freshman • Earned all-area honors in 2012 • Top Drawer Soccer ranked her at No. 24 in the South Atlantic Region • Was named MaxPreps Player of the Week on March 6, 2012 • Played club ball for Charlotte Soccer Academy from 2009-12 • Was part of ODP soccer from 2007-11 • Was an ODP Coaches Pick in 2007 at Sub-Regionals • Attended to ODP Region 3 camp in 2009

2012 • NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Second Team • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • #3 in Top Drawer Soccer’s Top 20 SEC Players • #25 in Top Drawer Soccer’s Women’s Upperclassmen Top 100 National Players • SEC Preseason Player to Watch List • Scored vs. Miami (Ohio) in NCAA First Round (11/11) • Scored in the 48th minute in UT’s 3-2 victory over Georgia (10/25) • Had the game-winning assist on Hannnah Wilkinson’s overtime goal to beat LSU (10/14) • Scored at South Carolina (10/5) • Named MVP of the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team • Fired three shots (two SOG) in win over VCU (8/26) • Scored the game winning PK in overtime to beat William & Mary (8/24) and took career-high seven shots • Recorded 2 assists at Western Kentucky (8/19) • Scored first goal of the season at the 16th minute against Samford (8/17) and had two assists • Was ranked at No. 25 at Top Drawer Soccer’s preseason2012 Women’s Underclassmen Top 100. Also ranked No. 3 in TDS’ Womens’ SEC Top 20.

3 M/D, 4-11, Sr., Fenton, Mich.

f, 5-5, fr., sUMMERFIELD, n.c.

M/F, 5-9, Sr., HERSHEY, PA.

2011 • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • SEC All-Tournament Team • Started all 22 matches on the back line

PERSONAL • Plans to major in business (logistics) • Chose Tennessee because loved the UT atmosphere and felt that Tennessee could be her second home • Enjoys cooking, the outdoors and spending time with friends • Parents are Rob and Bonnie Beattie • Bailey Ann Beattie was born on Nov. 2, 1994, in Augusta, Ga.

2010 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Played in 19 matches with nine starts in midfield or up top

CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

PERSONAL • Majoring in Therapeutic Recreation • Bailey’s mother ran track and cross country for Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich. • Chose Tennessee over other high-profile soccer programs Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan State • Her parents are Michael and Dawnali Bailey • Has a brother, Matthew, and a sister, Amanda • Victoria Margaret Bailey was born Dec. 30, 1991, in Flint, Mich. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2010 19 9 1 2 4 8 2011 22 22 1 0 2 7 2012 21 21 2 2 6 23 2013 -TOTAL 62 52 4 4 12 38

Shot% GW PK-Att .125 1 0-0 .143 1 0-0 .087 2 0-0 .105 4 0-0

2011 • Capital One Academic All-America Third Team • NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Third Team • Capital One Academic All-District III First Team • All-SEC Second Team • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Started all 22 matches and enjoyed a breakout season with 11 goals and eight assists for 30 points • Had six match-winners 2010 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Played in 18 matches with one start PERSONAL • Majoring in Sport Management • Holds family ties to Tennessee as her grandfather (Donald Yates), father, mother, sister and brother all possess degrees from Rocky Top • Her parents are David and Donna Brown • Has one sister, Rebecca, and a brother, Jonathan • Caroline Rose Brown was born Jan. 4, 1992, in Bluefield, W. Va. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2010 18 1 3 2 8 22 2011 22 22 11 8 30 66 2012 18 10 5 7 17 38 2013 -TOTAL 58 33 19 17 55 126

Shot% GW PK-Att .136 2 0-0 .167 6 2-3 .132 3 1-1 .151

11 3-4

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PLAYER NOTES

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2

12

CAROLINE CAPOCACCIA

SUZANNE CAPOCACCIA

MICHELE CHRISTY

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 2, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 SOG: 1, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Min.: 105, at Kentucky 10/14/11

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 11, at Kennesaw State 8/31/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

2012 • NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention • Played a big role on the back line, helping UT set a new program record of 533:22 consecutive shutout minutes from Aug. 19 - Sept. 9 • Aided UT in its 1-0 shutout win over Texas A&M (10/19) • Helped UT to its fifth shutout of the year, starting and playing 84 big minutes against Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Made fifth consecutive start of season at Kennesaw State (8/31), helping UT earn its fourth shutout win on the year • Played a season-high 90 minutes in UT’s 6-0 win at Miss. State (9/23) • Started in season opener against Samford (9/17) and at WKU (9/19), recording one shot in each contest

2012 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Totaled 25 minutes of action over three contests as a rookie in 2012 • Played career-high 11 minutes off the bench in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Made her Lady Vol debut in season opener against Samford (8/17) • Played 7 minutes at WKU (8/19)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year soccer letterwinner and a two-year captain at Ursuline Academy • Also lettered three years for basketball and was a oneyear captain • Earned first-team all-state honors as a senior in 201213 • First team all-city in 2011-12 and 2012-13 • First team All-GGCL in 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 • Scored match-winner in the district finals as a senior • Played club ball for Cincinnati United Premier and was a captain from 2005-13 • With CUP, won the National League in 2011-12 and 2012-13 and was state runner up in 2011-12 • Also played club basketball for MBA Elite • Was part of the ODP G95 state team that competed at ODP Nationals and the ODP Region 2 team that competed at Inter-regionals • Placed third at ODP Nationals

D, 5-7, D, Sr., Memphis, Tenn.

2011 • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Emerged as a key starting defender, playing 1,395 minutes on defense and starting 17 of 19 matches 2010 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

M/D, 5-7, SO., Memphis, Tenn.

PERSONAL • Majoring in Kinesiology • Parents are Robert and Sarah Capocaccia • Older sister is fellow UT player Caroline Capocaccia and younger sister is Melissa Capocaccia • Suzanne Marie Capocaccia born on Oct. 22, 1993 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 2013 -TOTAL 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL • Majoring in Kinesiology • Chose Tennessee over Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Memphis • Parents are Robert and Sarah Capocaccia • Has two younger sisters, Suzanne (who is also on the team) and Melissa • Caroline Michelle Capocaccia was born Feb. 29, 1992, in Memphis, Tenn. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2010 1 0 0 0 0 0 2011 19 17 0 0 0 1 2012 21 20 0 0 0 7 2013 -TOTAL 41 37 0 0 0 8

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

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M, 5-5, FR., LOVELAND, OHIO

PERSONAL • Plans to major in biomedical engineering • Chose Tennessee over Dayton, Purdue and Michigan State • Has lucky socks, shoes, hairbands, shorts, shirts, etc. • Enjoys country music and favorite musician is Luke Bryan • Parents are Mark and Denise Christy • Has one older brother, Michael • Michele N. Christy was born on Feb. 28, 1995, in Cincinnati, Ohio CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --


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8

10 CC COBB

KATHRYN CULHANE

MADISON DEL DUCA

CAREER HIGHS (INCLUDES STATS @FSU 2010-11) PTS: 2, 2x, vs. VCU 8/26/12 Goals: 1, 2x, vs. VCU 8/26/12 Assists: 1, 5x, vs. Georgia 10/25/12 Shots: 4, 3x, vs. Arkansas 9/28/12 SOG: 3, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Min.: 90 vs. Wake Forest 11/3/10 ***with FSU***

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

2012 • Set new career highs with 20 matches played, 10 starts and five assists • Scored the team’s first PK against Auburn in the SEC Tournament (10/31) • Assisted Caroline Brown’s 48th minute goal in UT’s 3-2 win over Georgia (10/25) • Had back-to-back assist efforts at Texas A&M (10/19) and Ole Miss (10/21) • Tied career high with four shots and season high with 75 minutes played vs. Arkansas (9/28) • Set career high with two SOG at Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Has fired two shots in each of last three games (William & Mary, VCU, Kennesaw State) • Scored an unassisted goal off a cornerkick against VCU (8/26) • Played 46 minutes against William and Mary (8/24) • Had an assist in her season game as a Lady Vol at WKU (8/19) • Made her UT debut in season opener against Samford (8/17)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year letterwinner and one-year starter for Knoxville Catholic High School • Named rookie of the year as a freshman and as a sophomore was team MVP and earned All-KIL first team and all-region honors • Sat out her junior season due to an injury, but came back strong as a senior, earning all-state and All-KIL first team honors. • Was also named the MVP of her region, district and team as a senior • Played club soccer for FC Alliance, serving as a team captain for four years and making the state finals from 2008-12 • In 2011, her FC Alliance team was the state champion and the Las Vegas champion • In 2012, she helped lead FC Alliance to another Las Vegas championship and a Disney championship

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year letterwinner in both soccer and track & field and was a soccer captain as a junior and a senior • She set the East Lake High School record for goals at 79 and also posted 31 assists • As a senior, she was named the Tampa Bay Times AllPinellas County Girls Soccer Player of the Year, tying for the county lead with 32 goals to go with 11 assists • Led East Lake to the Class 5A state semifinals as a senior • Garnered all-county honors each year • As a junior: 21 goals, 9 assists and led her team to regional and district titles • As a sophomore: 15 goals, 5 assists • As a freshman: 11 goals, 6 assists • Played club soccer for HC United and the Tampa Bay United • Led the Tampa Bay United to the State Cup Elite 8 I 2011 and 2012 • Was also a member of the ODP state team from 200810 • As a track athlete, was a regional finalist in the 100m hurdles, 100m dash, long jump and 4x100m relay

M, 5-4, Sr., Delray Beach, Fla.

D, 5-8, Fr., KNOXVILLE, TENN.

2011 AT FLORIDA STATE • Played in seven matches with one start and one assists 2010 AT FLORIDA STATE • Played in 18 matches and scored her first collegiate goal in a 6-0 rout of Stetson PERSONAL • Parents are Geoff Cobb and Melinda Cobb • Christina Cobb was born on Oct. 28, 1991 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2010 18 1 1 0 2 4 2011 7 1 0 1 1 0 2012 20 10 1 5 7 29 TOTAL 45 12 2 6 10 33

Shot% GW PK-Att .250 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .034 0 0-1 .061 0 0-1

PERSONAL • Plans to major in engineering • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Ohio), Western Kentucky, Penn • Favorite band is The Beatles • Favorite vacation destination is the Cayman Islands • Hobbies include painting, drawing and camping • Parents are Wayne Eberenz and Donna Culhane • Has one older sister, Molly • Kathryn Helen Culhane was born on Dec. 5, 1994, in Durham, N.C. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

F, 5-3, FR., PALM HARBOR, FLA.

PERSONAL • Undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Mississippi State, USF and Pittsburgh • Enjoys swimming, going to the beach and spending time with family • Was involved in student government in high school and made the honor roll each year • Parents are Mike and Holly Del Duca • Has one younger brother, Michael • Madison Lynn Del Duca was born on April 4, 1995, in Whittier, Calif. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

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00

22

JULIE ECKEL

MEGAN ERSKINE

MADDIE FANCHER

CAREER HIGHS Saves: 11, at Texas A&M 10/19/12 Min: 110, 3x, vs. Auburn 10/31/12

CAREER HIGHS (UT ONLY) PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS Saves: N/A Min: N/A

GK, 5-6, JR., CORDOVA, TENN.

D, 5-6, JR., Ventura, Calif.

2012 • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • CollegeSoccer360.com National Primetime Player of the Week (Oct. 23) • Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week (Oct. 23) • SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22) • SEC Preseason Player to Watch List • Had an outstanding sophomore season, playing in 22 matches with 21 starts in goal and posting a 0.70 GAA with 71 saves and nine solo shutouts. • Posted nine complete shutouts on the season, shutting down Samford, William & Mary, VCU, Cal State Northridge, Missouri, South Carolina, Auburn, Texas A&M, Auburn • Shut down Auburn for 110 minutes in the SEC Tournament in a 0-0 tie, but UT lost on PKs • Recorded shutout against Texas A&M (10/19) • Played a career-high 110 minutes at Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Contributed the majority of the minutes in goal in program-record stretch of 533:22 without allowing a goal • Recorded 12th career shutout and played career-high 110 minutes at Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Improved to 5-0 and played first half of shutout against Kennesaw State (8/31) • Named to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic AllTournament Team • Recorded third shutout of season against VCU (8/26) • Recorded her 10th career shutout in overtime win against William and Mary (8/24) • Started and played all 90 minutes as goalkeeper in the home opener vs. Samford (8/17) • Started and played all 90 minutes at WKU (8/19) 2011 • SEC All-Freshman Team • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Enjoyed a breakout freshman season, starting all 22 games and posting eight solo shutouts with a 0.94 GAA and 105 saves

2012 • Did not play soccer 2011 AT VENTURA COLLEGE • NSCAA JC First Team All-American (Division III) • Totaled 14 assists and five goals for 24 points • Helped lead Ventura College to an 18-4 record and a No. 11 final ranking in the NSCAA/Continental Tire Coaches Poll • Was also part of the U20 National Team Pool and attended the U20 National Team Camp in 2011 2010 AT SAN DIEGO STATE • Played in 21 matches with 16 starts • Recorded one assist and tallied 11 shots PERSONAL • Intends to major in communications • Chose Tennessee over UCLA, Ohio State and Oklahoma • Parents are Jeff and Lisa Erskine • Megan Belle Caroline Erskine was born on March 21, 1992, in Ventura, Calif. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2010 21 16 0 1 1 11 .000 0 0-0 2011 N/A N/A 5 14 24 N/A N/A N/A N/A 2012 DNP 2013 -TOTAL N/A N/A 5 15 25 11 N/A N/A N/a

PERSONAL • Majoring in finance • Won the USA Triathlon National Female Championship at age 10 on Sept. 8, 2002, in Sacramento, Calif. • Won the Iron Kids Triathlon as part of its National Championship Series at ages seven, eight and 10 (runnerup at age nine) • Intends to get back into triathlon training following the completion of her collegiate playing career • Her parents are Lance and Becky Eckel • Julie Nicole Eckel was born Nov. 11, 1992, in Wichita, Kan. CAREER STATS GP GS Min. 2011 22 22 2004:37 2012 22 21 1938:23 2013 -TOT 44 43 3943:00

GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T Sho 21 0.94 105 .833 15-7-0 8 15 0.70 71 .826 14-5-3 9 36 0.82 176

.830 29-12-3 17

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GK, 5-11, FR., Noblesville, Ind.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Three-year soccer letterwinner and one-year team captain at Noblesville High School • Earned all-state honors in 2011 and 2012 • Garnered all-conference and all-district accolades from 2010-12 • Played club soccer for Carmel United and was a three-year captain, helping the team win the 2011 state championship • Also swam for Noblesville and was a team captain PERSONAL • Plans to major in communication studies • Chose UT over Purdue, Louisville and Notre Dame • Has a habit is of touching the crossbar before every match • Graduated high school with an honors diploma • Enjoys wake boarding, swimming and working with Best Buddies and the Special Olympics • Parents are Scott and Susan Fancher • Has one older sister, Katie • Madeline Grace Fancher was born on Feb. 3, 1995, in Springfield, Ill. CAREER STATS GP GS Min. 2013 -TOT --

GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T Sho


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20

96

SUSAN FERGUSON

ELEANOR GABRIEL

MADDIE GANGI

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2, at Kennesaw State, 8/31/12 Goals: 1, at Kennesaw State, 8/31/12 Assists: 1, at Mississippi State, 9/23/12 Shots: 3, vs Alabama, 9/14/12 SOG: 2, vs. Alabama, 9/14/12 Min.: 65 vs. Miami (Ohio), 11/11/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

2012 • Played career-high 65 minutes in NCAA First Round loss to Miami (Ohio) (11/11) • Contributed off the bench during UT’s 3-2 win over Georgia on Senior Night (10/25) • Made her first career start for the Lady Vols against LSU (10/14) • Played significant minutes (54) in UT’s 3-2 ovetime victory over LSU (10/14) • Set career highs with three shots and two shots on goal vs. Alabama (9/14) • Scored first goal of career in the 38th minute of 2-0 win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Contributed off the bench for the Lady Vols against VCU (8/26) • Saw action against Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19) • Played a season high 57 minutes at Miss. State (9/23)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Three-year soccer letterwinner and a two-year swimming letterwinner at Sacred Heart Academy • Enjoyed a sensational junior season, scoring 31 goals and to go with 14 assists while helping her team to the state finals • Was named to the all-state tournament team and earned all-state second-team honors in 2011 • Also was named to all-district team and All-Catholic first team in 2011 • As a sophomore, she had 12 goals and seven assists • Did not play her senior year due to injury • Was A-State Academic 2nd Team in 2010 and 2011 for soccer and swimming • played club soccer for Javanon ‘96 and Javanon ‘97 • With Javanon ‘97, competed in Las Vegas for the National League title and reached in the regionals in Michigan

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Four-year soccer letterwinner at Centennial HS • Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-district honors for three consecutive years • Top Drawer Soccer ranked her as the No. 21 player in Texas • She totaled eight goals and 56 assists in her four-year career at Centennial • As a senior: 2 goals, 18 assists • As a junior: 1 goal, 16 assists • As a sophomore: 2 goals, 12 assists • As a freshman: 3 goals 10 assists • Played club soccer for Solar 95 ECNL and was a oneyear captain • Helped Solar 95 ECNL to a tournament wins in Colorado Springs (2009), the Denver Cup (2010), the North America Memorial Cup (2011) and the Disney Tournament (2010)

PERSONAL • Undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Ohio), Louisville and Colorado • Has a lucky rabbit’s foot • Earned academic honors in high school as a freshman and sophomore and was on the principal’s list as a junior and a senior • Favorite musicians include One Direction, Taylor Swift and Wiz Khalifa • Parents are Thomas and Shari Gabriel • Has three siblings: Alex Gabriel, Aaron Gabriel, Estelle Gabriel • Eleanor Jeanne Gabriel was born on August 2, 1996, in Reston, Va.

PERSONAL • Intends to major in journalism • Chose Tennessee over Arkansas, Tulsa and Louisiana Tech • Favorite musicians include Keith Urban and Maroon 5 • Enjoys reading and writing • Parents are Chris and Cynde Gangi • Has one older brother, Nick Gangi • Madeline Elise Gangi was born on Sept. 6, 1994, in Frisco, Texas

M, 5-6, SO., ARLINGTON, Va.

PERSONAL • Plans to major in business administration (logistics) • Parents are Edward and ElsPeth Ferguson • Has one older brother, William Ferguson • Susan Loring Ferguson was born on Aug. 26, 1994 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 21 3 1 1 3 14 .071 0 0-0 2013 -TOTAL 21 3 1 1 3 14 .071 0 0-0

F, 5-4, FR., Louisville, Ky.

D, 5-3, FR., FRISCO, TEXAS

CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

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9

4

CALI HUTSON

KATIE LENZ

MACKENZIE MOORE

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS (INCLUDES STATS @WVU 2010-11) PTS: 4, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Goals: 1, 2x, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Assists: 2, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Shots: 4, vs. Syracuse 10/9/11 **With WVU** SOG: 2, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Min.: 68, vs. Vanderbilt 9/16/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 17, at Kennesaw State 8/31/12

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer, a four-year letterwinner in track (indoor and outdoor) and a two-year letterwinner in swimming at Paul VI Catholic High School • Top Drawer Soccer ranked her as the No. 16 player in the Mid Atlantic Region • Over four years, she tallied 60 goals and 60 assists • She was an All-Met second-team pick as a senior in 2012 and an All-Met honorable mention in soccer in 2009, 2010 and 2011 • Was named offensive player of the year three times and was tabbed for the First Team WCAC four times • Also named a Fall ESPN Rise all-star in 2011 • As a senior in 2012, she won the Virginia Catholic Schools state title in the 300m hurdles • Played club soccer for McLean MPS Power Soccer, helping the team win the 2010 Disney Showcase Championship and the 2012 ECNL National Championship

2012 • Recorded an assist in NCAA First Round loss vs. Miami (Ohio) (11/11) • Played 43 minutes off the bench for the Lady Vols against Auburn in the SEC Tournament (10/31) • Contributed a career four points in the win over Miss. State (9/23) • Started vs. Vanderbilt (9/16) and assisted on a goal in the 12th minute • Made first start of career against Alabama (9/14) • Recorded her first shot-on-goal of the season against William and Mary (8/24) • Saw action aginst Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19) • Played 42 minutes against Samford (8/17)

2012 • Played a career-high 17 minutes off the bench in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Saw action in UT’s games against Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19)

F, 5-1, FR., FAIRFAX, VA.

PERSONAL • Intends to major in kinesiology and special education • Chose Tennessee over James Madison, George Mason and Miami • Has served as a peer mentor for students with disabilities and volunteer at INOVA Fairfax Hospital • Is related to Dennis Hutson, a football player at James Madison • Enjoys diving, running track and singing • Parents are Dennis and Pam Hutson • Has two younger siblings: Caleb Hutson and Chase Hutson • Cali T. Hutson was born on July 14, 1995, in Arlingotn, Va. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

F, 5-6, SR., MECHANICSBURG, pa.

M, 5-8, SO., FRANKLIN, Tenn.

2011 AT WEST VIRGINIA • Played in 22 games, recording one goal and four assists for six points • Seven of 14 shots were on-goal • Scored first goal of career and added one assist in 5-0 win over Seton Hall in BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals (10/30) 2010 AT WEST VIRGINIA • Appeared in 13 matches in rookie season • First career assist came on Frances Silva goal at Bowling Green PERSONAL • Parents are Christopher Lenz and Lisa Lenz • Has four siblings • Father played basketball at Moravian College • Katie Lenz was born on Oct. 6, 1991 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts 2010 13 0 0 1 1 2011 22 0 1 4 6 2012 22 9 1 5 7 2013 -TOTAL 57 9 2 10 14

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Shots 1 14 16

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .071 0 0-1 .063 0 0-0

31

.065 0 0-1

2011 • Was a vital member of UT’s stifling back line and was chosen to SEC All Tournament team • Scored first career SEC goal at Vanderbilt, blasting the match-winner in the 84th minute PERSONAL • Step-grandfather ran track in the Olympics • Parents are Brian and CeCe Moore • Has three siblings, Hunter, Beau-Gabriel and Dawson • Mackenzie Anne Moore was born on July 2, 1994 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2013 -TOTAL 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0


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26

14

EMILY MORROW

AMY NEAL

AARAN PARRY

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Four-year soccer letterwinner and one-year captain at Marcus High School • Enjoyed her best year as a junior, when she scored six goals and had 15 assists • As a junior, she earned Dallas Morning News first-team all-area, first-team All-District 8-5A, All-VYPE Denton County MVP and District 8-5A co-MVP honors • As a sophomore, she had five goals and five assists to earn first-team All-District 8-5A accolades • Played club soccer for Solar Chelsea 95

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer, diving and track at Los Alamos High School • Two-time State 4A Player of the Year (2011-12) • State scoring champ in 2011, regular-season scoring champ in 2012 • District Player of the Year form 2009-12, leading her team to district championships each season • Her 2009 Los Alamos team was the state runner-up • Was the 2012 state champion in the 200m • As a senior: 32 goals, 20 assists • As a junior: 33 goals, 19 assists • As a sophomore: 19 goals, 14 assists • As a freshman: 12 goals, 9 assists • Played club soccer for the Fusion and won the State Cup each year from 2009-12

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a 2012 and 2011 NSCAA/Adidas Regional High School All-American • Was a four-time all-state selection, a two-time firstteam Washington Post All-Met pick an Area Player of the Year and a four-time all-area and All-MVAL selection • Led Tuscarora to a 48-11-9 record, a state championship and two region titles • Totaled 67 goals and 37 assists over her high school career • Was a team captain and also played two years of lacrosse at THS • Her 22 goals as a freshman and a junior are a school record and 67 goals are also a school record • Was a four-sport athlete in high school, playing soccer, lacrosse, basketball and unified bocce • As a senior: 11 goals, 7 assists • As a junior: 22 goals, 12 assists • As a sophomore: 12 goals, 10 assists • As a freshman: 22 goals, 8 assists • Member of Bethesda ECNL Team, Region I and Maryland ODP Teams and FC Frederick • Recorded a goal in all four games of 2012 ECNL Championships

M, 5-4, FR., Argyle, Texas

PERSONAL • Intends to major in nutrition • Chose Tennessee over Arkansas, Oklahoma State and Middle Tennessee State • Went on a mission trip to Guatemala with NEXT Worldwide • Was a member of the student council in high school • Parents are Doug Morrow and Lori Donoghue • Has two younger brothers: Tyler Morrow and Matthew Morrow • Emily Lynn Morrow was born on Oct. 1, 1994, in Dallas, Texas CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

F, 5-8, FR., LOS ALAMOS, N.M.

F, 5-9, FR., FREDERICK, Md.

PERSONAL • Intends to major in civil engineering • Chose Tennessee over Colorado School of Mines and New Mexico • Was a National Honor Society member in high school and worked with the Youth United Way and Los Alamos Youth Leadership • Enjoys drawing and making art • Parents are John and Ruth Ann Neal • Has two older siblings: John “Avery” William Neal and Kelsey Ann Neal • Amelia Bennett Neal was born on Aug. 25, 1994, in Los Alamos, N.M. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

PERSONAL • Intends to major in special education • Chose Tennessee over Maryland, Notre Dame and Virginia • Enjoys the outdoors, camping and hiking • Enjoys country music and favorite musician is Taylor Swift • Favorite all-time athlete is Larry Bird • Participated in sign language club, unified helper, Spanish club and spirit club in high school • Parents are Jim and Donna Parry • Has a younger brother, Jacob, and a younger sister, Samantha • Aaran Marie Parry was born on May 11, 1995 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

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JESSICA ROLFS

GABBY SANTORIO

ALLIE SIRNA

CAREER HIGHS Saves: N/A Min: 7, vs. Charlotte 9/9/11

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Goals: 1, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Assists: N/A Shots: 1, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 SOG: 1, at Mississippi State 9/23/12 Min.: 45 at Mississippi State 9/23/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 110, 3x, last vs. Auburn 10/31/12

2010 • Suffered a broken left arm during preseason training and didn’t see playing time during the 2010 season for the Lady Vols

2012 • Saw playing time during UT’s 3-2 win over Georgia on Senior Night (10/25) • Scored her first career goal in the 59th minute at Miss. State (9/23) • Played 14 minutes in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Saw action at Western Kentucky (8/19), playing 29 minutes off the bench • Played season-high 45 minutes at Miss. State (9/23)

2009 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Saw no game action during her rookie campaign and was redshirted

PERSONAL • Parents are Giulio and Linda Santorio • Has two siblings, Lauren Santorio and Giulio Santorio • Gabrielle Lynn Santorio born Dec. 15, 1993

PERSONAL • Enrolled in the College of Business and interested in studying statistics at UT • Parents are Phil and Jane Rolfs • Has two brothers: Adam and Jake Rolfs • Jessica Lynn Rolfs was born on February 11, 1991, in Normal, Ill.

CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 8 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 0 0-0 2013 -TOTAL 8 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 0 0-0

2012 • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Aug. 27) • Led the team in minutes played with 2,022 • Played the full 110 minutes in tie vs. Auburn in SEC Tournament (10/31) • Contributed on the Lady Vol backline that shut out #9 Texas A&M(10/21) • Tied career high with 110 minutes played vs. Vanderbilt (9/16) • Played career-high 110 minutes in scoreless tie at Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Played team-high 76 minutes in 2-0 shutout at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Named a member of the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team • Contributed to the team’s third shutout of the season against VCU (8/26) • Played 107 minutes in the overtime win against William and Mary (8/24) • Started against both Samford (8/17) and WKU (8/19) • Averaged 83 minutes on the pitch against Samford (8/17) and WKU (8/19)

GK, 5-11, RS SR., Normal, ill.

D, 5-11, SO., SCHENECTADY, N.Y.

2012 • Missed entire season due to preseason injury due to leg injury 2011 • Received the first official playing time of her career at Tennessee by finishing off the last 6:15 of the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9).

CAREER STATS GP GS Min. 2009 -2010 -2011 1 0 6:15 2012 -2013 -TOT 1 0 6:15

GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T Sho 0 0.00 0

.000 0-0-0 0

0 0.00 0

.000 0-0-0 0

D, 5-3, JR., SOLON, OHIO

2011 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Ranked #75 on Top Drawer Soccer’s list of its Top 100 National Freshmen of 2011 • Was one of six players to start all 22 matches for the Big Orange in 2011 • Led the team in minutes played at 2,006 PERSONAL • Majoring in management • Chose to come to Tennessee from a list of soccer programs that included Ohio State, Wisconsin and Miami(Ohio) • Her parents are Tom and Patty Sirna • Has two sisters: Natalie, and Andrea, and one brother, Anthony • Alexandra Lauren Sirna was born April 8, 1993 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts 2011 22 22 0 0 0 2012 22 22 0 0 0 2013 -TOTAL 44 44 0 0 0

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Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 0 .000 0 0-0 0 .000 0 0-0 0

.000 0 0-0


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0

13

CHEYENNE SPADE

HANNAH STEADMAN

JAMILAH TEJAN

CAREER HIGHS (INCLUDES STATS @ NC STATE 2011-12) PTS: 2, 3x, last vs. Elon 9/2/12 **with NC STATE** Goals: 1, 2x, last at LSU 8/26/12 **with NC STATE** Assists: 2, vs. Elon 9/2/12 **with NC STATE** Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS Saves: N/A Min: 45, at Mississippi State 9/23/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

F, 5-4, JR., RICHFIELD, PA.

GK, 5-8, RS SO., KINNELON, N.J.

2012 AT NC STATE • Played in all 19 matches and made 14 starts • Tallied one goal and four assists • Ranked second on team with 26 shots • Scored the match-winner in a 2-1 road victory at LSU (8/26) • Had one assist against The Citadel (8/31) and two assists against Elon (9/2) • Recorded one assist in season finale vs. UNC (10/25) 2011 AT NC STATE • Scored first collegiate goal in a 1-1 tie with Miami (9/29) PERSONAL • Plans to major in Political Science and English and hopes to attend law school • Chose Tennessee over West Virginia, Florida International and College of Charleston • Parents are Bryan and Candy Spade • Has one older sibling, Ty Spade • Cheyenne Spade was born on Oct. 8, 1993 in Lewisburg, Pa. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2011 20 1 1 0 2 13 2012 19 14 1 4 6 26 2013 -TOTAL 39 15 2 4 8 39

Shot% GW PK-Att .077 0 0-0 .038 1 0-0 .051 1 0-0

M, 5-5, FR., Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

2012 • Saw season-high 45 minutes at Mississippi State (9/23), earning part of the shutout • Made career debut at Kennesaw State (8/31), starting the second half and tending goal for 26:07 with no goals allowed. 2011 • Did not seen action after sustaining an injury during the preseason. PERSONAL • Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT • Chose Tennessee over Virginia Tech, Santa Clara and Wake Forest • Parents are Tom and Carol Steadman • Has one younger brother, Harrison • Hannah D. Steadman, born Oct. 14, 1992, in Chicago, Ill. CAREER STATS GP GS Min. 2011 -2012 2 0 71:07 2013 -TOT 2 0 71:07

GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T Sho 0 0.00 0

.000 0-0-0 0

0 0.00 0

.000 0-0-0 0

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a three-year soccer letterwinner and one-year captain at Mission Viejo High School • Top Drawer Soccer ranked her at No. 12 in its 2010 Top 20 Girls Soccer Players in Southern California • 2013 1st Team All-CIF and District MVP • As a midfielder and a forward, she totaled 18 goals and one assist in her career • Was twice named the OC Varsity Player of the Week (2011 and 2013) • As a senior: 3 goals, 1 assist • As a junior: 4 goals • As a sophomore: 4 goals • As a freshman: 7 goals • Tejan played club soccer for WCFC and won the National Cup Championship in 2009 and 2010 playing for WCFC Premier • Her club team also won Far West Regionals in 2010 PERSONAL • Intends to major in nursing and aspires to become a pediatrician • Chose Tennessee over Princeton, UCSB and Iowa State • Was a Scholar Athlete and on the Principal’s Honor Roll • Wrote for her high school newspaper • Enjoys traveling, shopping, reading, running, baking, go-carting and hanging out with friends • Parents are Mohamed and Joan Tejan • Has two older siblings: Johmed Tejan and Hamid Tejan • Jamilah I. Tejan was born on Nov. 13, 1995, in Rochester, N.Y. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

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5

28

AMALIE THESTRUP

PEYTON THOMAS

BRITTNEY WADE

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 1, 3x, last at Auburn 10/7/12 SOG: 1, at Auburn, 10/7/12 Min.: 49, at Mississippi State, 9/23/12

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 1, 3x, last vs. LSU 10/14/12 Goals: N/A Assists: 1, 3x, last vs. LSU 10/14/12 Shots: 1, 5x, last vs. LSU 10/14/12 SOG: 1, at Cal State Northridge 9/7/12 Min.: 110, 3x, last vs. Auburn 10/31/12

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL • Will play in 2013 UEFA European Women’s Under-19 Championship final tournament from Aug. 19-31 in Wales • Has also been a member of the Danish National Team for U16, U17, U18 and U19 • Her U17 Danish National Team took third place at the U17 2012 Euros • Her U17 Danish National Team took third place at the U17 2012 Euros • This past spring, Thestrup scored in three straight games to lead Denmark to the final tournament of the 2013 UEFA European Women’s Under-19 Championship in Wales, which will be held in late August

2012 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Totaled 128 minutes of action over nine games • Recorded one shot and one shot on goal at Auburn (10/7) • Played a career-high 49 minutes off the bench in win at Miss. State (9/23) • Played 27 minutes in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Saw action in both of UT’s opening games vs. Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19)

2012 • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Played 110 minutes of shutout defense vs Auburn (10/31) • Helped Tennessee shut down Texas A&M, 1-0 (10/19) • Aided the Tennessee backline in a shut out against Ole Miss (10/21) • Recorded her second career assist against LSU (10/14) • Tied career high with 110 minutes played vs. Vanderbilt • Recorded first assist of career with a cross into the box in the 12th minute vs. Vanderbilt (9/16) • Played career-high 110 minutes and recorded one shot at Cal State Northridge (9/7)) • Played the full 90 minutes in 2-0 shutout of VCU (8/26) • Played a career-high 107 minutes in the overtime victory against William and Mary (8/24) and took first shot of career • Started and saw 75 minutes action at Western Kentucky (8/19) • Played 76 minutes against Samford (8/17)

F, 5-6, FR., HELLERUP, DENMARK

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Attended Oregard Gymnasium in Hellerup, Denmark • Played club ball for B93-HIK-SKJOLD and Brondby IF • Led her Brondby IF team to U18 Danish National Championships in 2011 and 2012 and the National Cup title in 2012 • In 2012, she led the Danish National League in scoring with 25 goals in 23 matches • Was the leading scorer during the 2012-13 season for her B93/HIK/Skjold club team in the highest league in Denmark, 3F Ligaen

M/D, 5-11, FR., HIXSON, Tenn.

PERSONAL • Majoring in kinesiology • Has two sisters, Abby Thomas and McKenzie Thomas • Parents are Charles and Holley Thomas • Laura Peyton Thomas born Dec. 5, 1993 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 9 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0-0 2013 -TOTAL 9 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0-0

PERSONAL • Intends to major in sports management • Chose Tennessee over Miami and USF • Has done charity work to help children in Africa • Enjoys skiing and spending quality time with friends and family • Parents are Niels and Dorthe Thestrup • Has two younger siblings: Gustav Thestrup and August Thestrup • Amalie Gronbak Thestrup was born on March 17, 1995, in Gentofte, Denmark CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 -TOTAL --

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M/D, 5-5, JR., Houston, Texas

2011 • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Garnered six minutes of action in helping finish off the Big Orange’s 5-0 rout over Charlotte (9/9) • Received the first playing time of her collegiate career as a sub with three minutes during Tennessee’s 1-0 upset of #18 Texas A&M (8/28) PERSONAL • Majoring in kinesiology • Picked Tennessee from a group of schools that included Oklahoma, Pepperdine and San Diego • Has two siblings, Brandon, and Jackie • Brittney Lee Wade was born Nov. 12, 1992, in Melbourne, Australia • Her parents are Rick and Maria Faria-Wade CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2011 2 0 0 0 0 0 2012 22 22 0 3 3 5 2013 -TOTAL 24 22 0 3 3 5

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0


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F, 5-11, JR., Whangarei, New Zealand CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2, 8x, last vs. Georgia 10/25/12 Goals: 1, 8x, last vs. Georgia 10/25/12 Assists: 1, vs. Missouri 9/30/12 Shots: 10, vs. Georgia 10/25/12 SOG: 4, vs. Georgia 10/25/12 Min.: 90 vs. Vanderbilt 9/16/12 2013 • NSCAA MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List 2012 • NSCAA Third Team All-American • NSCAA Second Team All-South Region • First Team All-SEC • Soccer America W Nat. Team of the Week (Oct.25) • Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Oct. 22) • TSWA W College Soccer Player of the Week (Oct. 22) • SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22) • Scored the team’s third PK against Auburn in the SEC Tournament (10/31) • Scored in the 16th minute in win over Georgia (10/25) • Scored the game-winning goal to lift Tennessee over then #9 Texas A&M (10/21) • Scored the overtime game-winning goal to lift the Lady Vols past LSU 3-2 (10/14) • Recorded first career assist as the Lady Vols defeated #11 Missouri (9/30), 1-0 • Scored her fourth goal in four games at MSU (9/23) • Scored in the 12th minute from six-yards out against Vanderbilt (9/16) • Scored first goal of UT career against Alabama (9/14), running down the left side and breaking past two defenders to score the equalizer in the 17th minute • Made career debut at Cal State Northridge (9/7), playing 53 minutes and recording one SOG NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL • 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup: Totaled 271 minutes played and three starts over three games. Helped force an own goal by Japan in the Kiwis 2-2 tie with the host nation on Aug.22. • 2012 London Olympics: Represented New Zealand, which reached the quarterfinals. Saw action in against Great Britain, Brazil and the U.S.,and totaled 248 minutes of play with two shots and one shot on goal • 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Played in three games. Came off the bench vs. Mexico and scored equalizer in extra time (7/5/11) • 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup:Started two of three games. In FIFA debut vs. Sweden (7/13/10), started and scored in 33rd minute • International senior debut: Started in match against Australia in Feb. 2010 PERSONAL • Attended Auckland University of Technology for one year • Intends to study psychology and go into the field of sports medicine • Plays the drums and the guitar • Parents are Simon Wilkinson and Karen Wilkinson • Has two brothers, Tom and Samuel • Hannah Lillian Wilkinson born May 28, 1992

stadium records TENNESSEE AT UT SOCCER COMPLEX/ REGAL SOCCER STADIUM

Year Record Pct. 1996 3-4-0 .429 1997 7-2-0 .778 1998 5-4-0 .556 1999 6-4-0 .600 2000 8-2-0 .800 2001 5-2-0 .714 2002 9-1-0 .900 2003 9-2-0 .818 2004 11-0-1 .958 2005 6-2-0 .750 2006 9-1-1 .864 2007 9-0-0 1.000 2008 5-3-1 .611 2009 4-4-2 .500 2010 7-3-1 .682 2011 8-3-0 .727 2012 7-3-1 .682 Totals: 118-40-7 .736

UT SOCCER COMPLEX/ REGAL SOCCER STADIUM ATTENDANCE

Year Matches Total Avg. 1996 7 5,541 792 1997 9 6,705 745 1998 9 8,435 937 1999 10 6,131 613 2000 10 5,446 546 2001 7 6,826 975 2002 10 6,239 624 2003 11 7,480 680 2004 12 10,259 855 2005 8 6,781 848 2006 11 7,881 716 2007 9 8,188 910 2008 9 7,097 789 2009 10 10,114 1,011 2010 11 10,379 944 2011 11 15,437 1,404 2012 11 11,879 1,080 Totals: 165 140,818 854

UT SOCCER COMPLEX/ REGAL SOCCER STADIUM RECORDS ¢ Team - Match

Points: 29 by UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Goals: 9 by UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Goals Scored in Defeat 3 by UT vs. Clemson, 9/23/01 & by UT vs. Virginia, 10/2/98 Combined Goals: 9, UT (9) & Arkansas State (0), 9/6/02 Margin of Victory: 9 by UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Margin of Victory, Shutout: 9 by UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Margin of Defeat: 9 by Arkansas State vs. UT, 9/6/02 Margin of Defeat, Shutout: 9 by Arkansas State vs. UT, 9/6/02 Assists: 11 by UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Shots: 56 by UT vs. MTSU, 10/8/97 Goalkeeper Saves: 18 by Chattanooga vs. UT, 8/30/96 Corner Kicks: 18 by Minnesota vs. UCF, 8/31/07 Fouls: 22 by UT vs. Arkansas, 9/15/96 1st Half Goals: 6 by UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 2nd Half Goals: 5 by UT vs. MTSU, 10/8/97

¢ Individual - Match Points: Goals: Assists:

8 (4G) by Allison Campbell of UT vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 4 by Allison Campbell of UT vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 3 most recently by Iyana Moore vs. Samford 8/17/12 Lyndsey Patterson & Rhian Wilkinson of UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Shots: 14 by Chelsea Hatcher of UT vs. Ole Miss, 10/7/11 Goalkeeper Saves: 11, most recently by Jaimel Johnson of UT vs. Florida, 9/30/07

¢ Tennessee - Season Matches Played: Victories: Defeats: Ties: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: Points: Fewest Points: Goals: Fewest Goals: Assists: Fewest Assists: Shots: Fewest Shots: Shutouts: Consecutive Shutouts: Opponent Shutouts:

12, 2004 11, 2004 4, 1996, 1998, 1999 & 2009 2, 2009 10, 9/12/04-11/14/04 4, 10/2-10/25/98 112, 2002 33, 2008 35, 2002 12, 2005 & 2008 42, 2002 9, 2008 299, 1999 82, 1996 7, 2003, 2004 & 2007 6, 9/30/07-11/18/07 3, 2008

¢ UT Individual - Season Points: 24 (8G, 8A), Rhian Wilkinson, 2000 Goals: 9, Allison Campbell, 1999 Kylee Rossi, 2007 & Mick Imgram, 2009 Assists: 8, Rhian Wilkinson, 2000 & 2002 Shots: 60, Chelsea Hatcher, 2010 Goalkeeper Victories: 11, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2004 Goalkeeper Saves: 52, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2004

CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 16 13 8 1 17 50 .160 4 0-0 2013 -TOTAL 16 13 8 1 17 50 .160 4 0-0 2013 TENNESSEE SOCCER » UTSPORTS.COM » @LADYVOL_SOCCER


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Overall Individual Statistics (as of Aug 15, 2013) All games Overall: 14-5-3 Conf: 9-3-1 Home: 7-3-1 Away: 7-2-1 Neut: 0-0-1 ## 17 25 8 22 6 23 10 21 3 20 28 14 24 19 9 11 2 5 15 18 31 16 12 7 4 0 00

Player

gp-gs

min

g

Hannah Wilkinson Caroline Brown Kylie Bono Amy Harrison Iyana Moore Alexis Owens CC Cobb Katie Lenz Tori Bailey Susan Ferguson Brittney Wade Ashlee Burt Gabby Santorio Lexi Krause Ali Hall Alison Clarke Caroline Capocaccia Peyton Thomas Kelsey McQuaid Kaelyn Angelo RB Wyatt Allie Sirna Mackenzie Reynolds Suzanne Capocaccia Mackenzie Moore Hannah Steadman Julie Eckel Total Opponents

16-13 18-10 22-22 22-22 17-10 18-5 20-10 22-9 21-21 21-3 22-22 9-2 8-0 7-0 22-22 20-7 21-20 9-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 22-22 3-0 3-0 5-0 2-0 22-21 22 22

1089 1057 1627 1850 738 814 1083 893 1744 722 1943 487 149 131 1929 739 1401 128 22 46 64 2022 22 25 45 71 1939 -

8 5 5 6 4 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 16

## 0 00 31 TM

Goalie

gp-gs

Hannah Steadman Julie Eckel RB Wyatt Team Total Opponents

2-0 22-21 2-1 22 22

sh

sh%

sog

sog%

yc

1 17 50 7 17 38 6 16 54 1 13 41 3 11 38 3 7 17 5 7 29 5 7 16 2 6 23 1 3 14 3 3 5 0 2 14 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 17 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 112 378 17 49 237

a

.160 .132 .093 .146 .105 .118 .034 .062 .087 .071 .000 .071

21 19 23 15 18 10 11 5 11 5 1 6 1 0 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 155 91

.420 .500 .426 .366 .474 .588 .379 .312 .478 .357 .200 .429

2 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 21 15

Goal Average min ga

71:07 1938:23 63:53 0:00 2073:23 2073:23

0 15 1 0 16 37

pts

gaavg

0.00 0.70 1.41 0.00 0.69 1.61

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .098 .068

Saves saves

0 71 1 3 75 118

1.000

.000 .176 .286 .143 .333 .500 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .410 .384

pct

w

.000 .826 .500 1.000 .824 .761

0 14 0 0 14 5

rc gwg

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

4 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 5

pk-att

foul

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

1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 241 201

Record l

0 5 0 0 5 14

t

sho/cbo

0 3 0 0 3 3

0/2 9/2 0/1 2/0 11 5

Team saves: 3 Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

16 8

18 7

1st 2nd

170 183 100 122 1st 2nd

33 52

38 57

OT OT2

2 1

1 0

OT OT2

14 10

11 5

OT OT2

3 4

1 5

Total 37 16

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

Total 378 237

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

Total 75 118

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

1st 2nd

61 37

75 38

1st 2nd

108 122 78 110

OT OT2

5 1

3 1

OT OT2

6 8

5 5

UT 11879 11/1080 1/0

Total 144 77 Total 241 201 Opponent 8850 10/885


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Game Results (as of Aug 15, 2013) All games Date Aug 17

Opponent SAMFORD

W

Score 4-0

Overall 1-0-0

Conf 0-0-0

Aug 19

at WKU

W

4-1

2-0-0

0-0-0

Aug 24

WILLIAM & MARY VCU

WO2

Aug 26

W

1-0 2-0

3-0-0 4-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

Aug 31

at Kennesaw State

W

2-0

5-0-0

0-0-0

Sep 07

at Cal State Northridge at #1 UCLA ALABAMA

TO 2

0-0 0-1 2-1

5-0-1 5-1-1 6-1-1

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

1-1 1-2 6-0

6-1-2 6-2-2 7-2-2

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

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

7-3-2 8-3-2 9-3-2 10-3-2 10-4-2 11-4-2

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

Sep 09

L

*

Sep 14

*

Sep 16

*

9/21/2012

*

Sep 23

*

Sep 28

*

Sep 30

*

Oct 05

*

Oct 07

*

Oct 12

*

Oct 14

*

Oct 19 Oct 21

at #9 Texas A&M at Ole Miss

W

*

W

1-0 2-1

12-4-2 13-4-2

7-3-1 8-3-1

*

Oct 25

GEORGIA

W

3-2

14-4-2

9-3-1

Oct 31

vs Auburn #24 MIAMI (OHIO)

TO 2

0-0 2-3

14-4-3 14-5-3

9-3-1 9-3-1

Nov 11

VANDERBILT at Florida at Mississippi State

ARKANSAS #11 MISSOURI at South Carolina at Auburn KENTUCKY LSU

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 14-5-3 9-3-1 7-3-1 7-2-1 0-0-1 3-1-3

WOT

TO 2 L W

L W W W L WOT

LOT

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 22 11 10 1

Total 20729 11879 8850 0

Att. Goals scored 783 Caroline Brown (Iyana Moore) Amy Harrison (Caroline Brown;Iyana Moore) Amy Harrison (Caroline Brown;Iyana Moore) Kylie Bono (Katie Lenz) 268 Amy Harrison (Caroline Brown) Tori Bailey (Caroline Brown) Amy Harrison (Kylie Bono) Ashlee Burt (CC Cobb) 1588 Caroline Brown (penalty kick) 657 Kylie Bono (unassisted) CC Cobb (unassisted) 843 Iyana Moore (Kylie Bono) Susan Ferguson (unassisted) 502 1454 1610 Hannah Wilkinson (Tori Bailey) Kylie Bono (unassisted) 768 Hannah Wilkinson (Katie Lenz;Brittney Wade) 679 Hannah Wilkinson (Alexis Owens) 552 Hannah Wilkinson (Kylie Bono) Iyana Moore (unassisted) Katie Lenz (unassisted) Gabby Santorio (Susan Ferguson;Katie Lenz) Iyana Moore (Lexi Krause) Iyana Moore (Katie Lenz) 884 773 Tori Bailey (Hannah Wilkinson;Caroline Brown) 682 Caroline Brown (Brittney Wade;CC Cobb) 950 Kylie Bono (unassisted) 1351 745 Kylie Bono (Brittney Wade) Amy Harrison (Tori Bailey;Caroline Brown) Hannah Wilkinson (Caroline Brown) 2481 Hannah Wilkinson (CC Cobb) 439 Amy Harrison (Kylie Bono;CC Cobb) Hannah Wilkinson (Alexis Owens) 1884 Hannah Wilkinson (Kylie Bono;Alexis Owens) Caroline Brown (CC Cobb) Alexis Owens (Kylie Bono;Amy Harrison) 836 Alexis Owens (unassisted) Caroline Brown (Katie Lenz)

Avg. 942 1080 885 0


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Aug 21, 2013) All games Tennessee - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

17 14 6 4 4 6 5 5 33 31 15 13 11 8 14 11 20 16

at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs Samford (Aug 17) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) at WKU (Aug 19) vs Samford (Aug 17) vs Samford (Aug 17) vs Georgia (Oct 25) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs LSU (Oct 14) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) vs Auburn (Oct 31) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) vs Auburn (Oct 31) vs Vanderbilt (Sep 16) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

8 7 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 23 22 11 8 12 11 10 6 21 15

vs Miami (Ohio) (Nov 11) vs Georgia (Oct 25) vs Miami (Ohio) (Nov 11) vs Georgia (Oct 25) vs LSU (Oct 14) at Florida (9/21/2012) vs Georgia (Oct 25) vs Miami (Ohio) (Nov 11) at Florida (9/21/2012) vs Alabama (Sep 14) at UCLA (Sep 09) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) vs Auburn (Oct 31) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) vs Auburn (Oct 31) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) at Auburn (Oct 07) vs Vanderbilt (Sep 16) vs LSU (Oct 14)


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Aug 21, 2013) All games

Tennessee - GAME LOWS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

CORNER KICKS FOULS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 7 7 7

at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at UCLA (Sep 09) vs Arkansas (Sep 28) vs Kentucky (Oct 12) vs Auburn (Oct 31) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at UCLA (Sep 09) vs Arkansas (Sep 28) vs Kentucky (Oct 12) vs Auburn (Oct 31) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) vs VCU (Aug 26) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at UCLA (Sep 09) vs Arkansas (Sep 28) at Auburn (Oct 07) vs Kentucky (Oct 12) vs Auburn (Oct 31) at UCLA (Sep 09) at Florida (9/21/2012) at UCLA (Sep 09) vs Missouri (Sep 30) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) vs Georgia (Oct 25) vs Miami (Ohio) (Nov 11) at South Carolina (Oct 05) vs Samford (Aug 17) vs Alabama (Sep 14) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs Arkansas (Sep 28)


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Aug 21, 2013) All games

Opponent - GAME LOWS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES CORNER KICKS

FOULS

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

vs Samford (Aug 17) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) vs VCU (Aug 26) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs Missouri (Sep 30) at South Carolina (Oct 05) at Auburn (Oct 07) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) vs Auburn (Oct 31) vs Samford (Aug 17) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) vs VCU (Aug 26) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs Missouri (Sep 30) at South Carolina (Oct 05) at Auburn (Oct 07) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) vs Auburn (Oct 31) vs Samford (Aug 17) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) vs VCU (Aug 26) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs Missouri (Sep 30) at South Carolina (Oct 05) at Auburn (Oct 07) at Texas A&M (Oct 19) vs Auburn (Oct 31) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) vs Samford (Aug 17) vs VCU (Aug 26) vs Missouri (Sep 30) at Auburn (Oct 07) at UCLA (Sep 09) vs Missouri (Sep 30) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) vs William & Mary (Aug 24) at Cal State Northridge (Sep 07) at Mississippi State (Sep 23) vs Arkansas (Sep 28) at Kennesaw State (Aug 31) at Ole Miss (Oct 21)


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Aug 21, 2013) All games Tennessee - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES

6 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 10 8 5 4 4 11 8

Iyana Moore at Mississippi State (Sep 23) Katie Lenz at Mississippi State (Sep 23) Amy Harrison at WKU (Aug 19) Amy Harrison vs Samford (Aug 17) Caroline Brown vs Samford (Aug 17) Iyana Moore at Mississippi State (Sep 23) Amy Harrison at WKU (Aug 19) Amy Harrison vs Samford (Aug 17) Iyana Moore vs Samford (Aug 17) Kylie Bono vs Georgia (Oct 25) Caroline Brown vs LSU (Oct 14) Katie Lenz at Mississippi State (Sep 23) Caroline Brown at WKU (Aug 19) Caroline Brown vs Samford (Aug 17) Hannah Wilkinson vs Georgia (Oct 25) Hannah Wilkinson vs Alabama (Sep 14) Kylie Bono vs LSU (Oct 14) Hannah Wilkinson vs Georgia (Oct 25) Caroline Brown vs William & Mary (Aug 24) Julie Eckel at Texas A&M (Oct 19) Julie Eckel vs Auburn (Oct 31)

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