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TENNESSEE 2011 LADY VOL SOCCER

Three SEC Regular Season Titles 2003, 2004, 2005

Four SEC Tournament Titles 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008

Three SEC Regular Season Championships | Four SEC Tournament Titles | Nine All-Americans

#14 UT (11-3, 4-2 SEC) at Kentucky (10-4, 3-3 SEC) -- 7 p.m.

2011 LADY VOL SOCCER SCHEDULE

Oct. 14, 2011 | UK Soccer Complex | Lexington, Ky.

#14 UT (11-3, 4-2 SEC) at Vanderbilt (8-6, 2-4 SEC) -- 1 p.m. CT -- CSS

Oct. 16, 2011 | Vanderbilt Soccer Complex | Nashville,Tenn.

Big Orange Slices... Chalk Up Another Rare Feat Achieved  Only once before in Lady Vol soccer history had two players totaled 10 or more goals during the same season. That occurred back during 1998 as Allison Campbell (17 goals) and Laura Lauter (12 goals) crossed into double-digits. Well Tennessee sophomore forward Caroline Brown (10 goals) and senior forward Emily Dowd (10 goals) have now joined that duo in 2011. Brown scored her 10th during the thrilling rally past Ole Miss on Oct. 7, while Dowd hit double figures with her match-winner against Mississippi State on Oct. 9. It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over!  The old adage proved especially true for the Big Orange soccer squad on Fri., Oct. 7, as Tennessee showed its match truly wasn’t over till it was over against Ole Miss. UT spotted the Rebels a 3-0 lead at the half before the Lady Vols began a stirring rally to post a 4-3 (OT) victory on senior forward Chelsea Hatcher’s “golden goal” at 91:33. The occurrence marked the LARGEST COMEBACK IN UT SOCCER HISTORY and also just the fourth time in UT annals that the team allowed three goals during a match and still managed to win. The Orange & White spotted #15 Duke a 3-1 halftime lead back on Aug. 27, 2004, before rallying for a 4-3 (OT) triumph. Tennessee also emerged victorious over Georgia (4-3, OT) on Oct. 27, 2000, and Colorado College (7-5) on Nov. 1, 1998. Looking at the Trends  At this point in any season certain trends begin developing statistically with a team and Tennessee soccer in 2011 is certainly no different. Entering the weekend of Oct. 14-16, the Lady Vols are an impressive 7-0-0 during day matches but just 4-3-0 during night contests. UT is a perfect 7-0-0 when leading at the half, but only 1-2-0 when behind at the break. The Big Orange is 10-0-0 in contests in which they total at least two goals and just 1-2-0 when scoring a single tally or less. Tennessee is also 9-0-0 when permitting one goal or less and just 2-3-0 when allowing two or more scores. Eckel Closing in on Freshman Keeper Records  Rookie net minder Julie Eckel is closing in on some long time freshman standards in Lady Vol goalkeeping history. Former Big Orange keeper Ellen Dean set the rookie records of 11 victories and 5.3 shutouts back in 1998 in helping Tennessee to a 12-8 overall record. Eckel currently sits at 11 WINS AND FIVE SOLO SHUTOUTS THROUGH JUST HER FIRST 14 MATCHES in the Orange & White, leaving the Cordova, Tenn., native with plenty of opportunity to surpass Dean’s standards down the stretch in 2011. Former Lady Vol GK Sarah Kitchin set the rookie mark for goals-against-average at 1.05 over just 10 matches as a sub back in 2006. Eckel is currently ahead of that standard in possession of a 0.92 GAA. Happened for the First Time Since 2006  Senior forward Emily Dowd has accomplished something that no Lady Vol has pulled off since Kylee Rossi back in 2006. What is that feat you ask? Why she’s the first UT player since 2006 to score two goals in a match at least three times in a single season. The Gainesville, Fla., native has already tallied a pair of scores during wins over Middle Tennessee, Coastal Carolina and Arkansas. In fact, since Head Coach Angela Kelly took over the program in 2000, Dowd and Rossi are the only Tennessee players to accomplish it. During Kelly’s time at Rocky Top no one has ever scored two or more goals in a match four times in a year.

CONTACT

A Career Match & Week for Alexis Owens!  Junior Alexis Owens truly made her first start of the 2011 campaign a memorable one by registering the FIRST TENNESSEE HAT TRICK since Kayla Lockaby turned the feat back on Sept. 8, 2002, and only the 10th in UT history, during the Big Orange’s 4-2 victory over #6 Florida (9/25). She had entered the match with just two career goals over 43 matches to that point in her collegiate career.

 2011 TENNESSEE SOCCER MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT Brian Davis | Assistant Media Relations Director | Office 865.974.7478 Cell 865.696.7947 | Email bdavis16@utk.edu

Date Opponent (TV) Time/Result Aug. 19 Kansas W, 2-1 (OT) Aug. 21 Oklahoma W, 3-1 _________________________________________ FIRST TENNESSEE LADY VOL CLASSIC Aug. 26 #8/7 Florida vs. #18/NR Texas A&M UF, 3-2 #15/8 UCLA vs. Tennessee L, 1-2 Aug. 28 Tennessee vs. #18/NR Texas A&M W, 1-0 #8/7 Florida vs. #15/8 UCLA UCLA, 2-0 Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 28 Nov. 2-6 Nov. 11-13 Nov. 18-20 Nov. 25-27 Dec. 2-4

Middle Tennessee W, 2-0 UNC Greensboro W, 2-0 Charlotte W, 5-0 Coastal Carolina W, 4-0 South Carolina* L, 1-2 (2OT) #6/11 Florida* (CSS) W, 4-2 LSU* L, 0-2 Arkansas* W, 4-0 Mississippi* W, 4-3 (OT) Mississippi State* W, 2-0 Kentucky* 7:00 p.m. Vanderbilt* (CSS) 1:00 p.m. (CT) Alabama* 7:00 p.m. (CT) Auburn* (FSN) 1:00 p.m. Georgia* 7:00 p.m. SEC Tournament TBA NCAA First Round TBA NCAA Second Round TBA NCAA Third Round & Quarterfinals TBA NCAA Women’s College Cup TBA

The Scouting Report Scouting Kentucky

 Tennessee maintains an 11-8 all-time advantage in its series versus Kentucky, and the two squads have split the last six meetings, 3-3. UT is 5-2 at the UK Soccer Complex, having won the last five in Lexington, Ky.  The Wildcats enter this weekend with a 10-4 overall record and a 3-3 mark in SEC action. Its last time out UK dropped a 2-0 decision at home versus LSU. Kentucky’s league triumphs have come against Alabama (4-1), South Carolina (1-0) and Arkansas (2-1, OT). UK is 0-3 versus ranked teams in 2011.  Junior F Kelsey Hunyadi leads the Kentucky offense with eight goals and seven assists, while sophomore F Caitlin Landis owns four goals and a helper. Freshman GK Kayla Price possesses a 1.23 GAA, 56 saves and a 10-4 record with four solo shutouts between the pipes.

Scouting Vanderbilt

 Tennessee trails Vanderbilt 7-9-2 in the all-time series, making VU one of just two SEC teams (Florida) to own a winning record versus the Lady Vols. UT hasn’t had much success in Nashville against the Commodores as witnessed by a 2-4-1 mark.  The ‘Dores begin this weekend with an 8-6 overall record and a 2-4 tally in SEC play. VU is currently riding a two-match winning streak, however, after stunning then-SEC leading LSU (2-1, 2OT on Oct. 7) and topping Arkansas (2-0 on Oct. 9).  Senior F/MF Candace West guides the way for the Vandy offense with four goals and two assists for 10 total points, one of a quartet of VU players with at least two scores in 2011. Junior GK Jessica Amlaw has seen the most action in net (547:35), posting a 1.15 GAA, 23 saves and a 3-2 record with two shutouts.

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 Lady Vol Soccer 2011 Numerical Roster

 Alphabetical

No. 0 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 28 31

No. 26 3 8 25 2 11 21 20 00 9 22 12 6 15 4 19 18 7 5 23 1 17 10 16 0 28 31

Name Hannah Steadman Julie Eckel Jessica Rolfs Caroline Capocaccia Tori Bailey Chelsea Kephart Iyana Moore Chelsea Hatcher Tyler Law Kylie Bono Ali Hall Emily Shore Alison Clarke Ashley Hartert Hannah Hut Allie Sirna Sanna Saarinen Lara Langworthy Lexi Krause Emily Dowd Carlee Dimry Amy Harrison Alexis Owens Caroline Brown Kaelyn Angelo Brittney Wade RB Wyatt

Pos. GK GK GK D M/D D F M/F M M D M D M D D M/F M/F M F D M D/F M/F F M GK

Yr. Fr. Fr. R-So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. R-So.

Ht. 5-8 5-6 5-11 5-7 4-11 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-10 5-8 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-5 5-8

Hometown/Previous School/Previous College Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon Cordova, Tenn./St. Benedict at Auburndale Normal, Ill./Normal Community Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy Fenton, Mich./Fenton Cumming, Ga./South Forsyth/Georgia Southern Marietta, Ga./Wheeler Cincinnati, Ohio/Seven Hills Jacksonville, Fla./St. John’s Country Day School Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza Hawthorn Woods, Ill./Adlai Stevenson Gainesville, Fla./Oak Hall Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada/Kelvin Marvin, N.C./Marvin Ridge Highlands Ranch, Colo./Mountain Vista Solon, Ohio/Solon Espoo, Finland/Etela-Tapiola Murfreesboro, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Plainfield, Ill./Joliet Catholic Academy Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville Carlsbad, Calif./Classical Academy Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada/Vincent Massey Collegiate Carmel, Ind./Carmel Hershey, Pa./Hershey Oak Ridge, Tenn./Oak Ridge Houston, Texas/Clear Lake Aiken, S.C./South Aiken

Name Kaelyn Angelo Tori Bailey Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Caroline Capocaccia Alison Clarke Carlee Dimry Emily Dowd Julie Eckel Ali Hall Amy Harrison Ashley Hartert Chelsea Hatcher Hannah Hut Chelsea Kephart Lexi Krause Lara Langworthy Tyler Law Iyana Moore Alexis Owens Jessica Rolfs Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Allie Sirna Hannah Steadman Brittney Wade RB Wyatt

Pos. F M/D M M/F D D D F GK D M M M/F D D M M/F M F D/F GK M/F M D GK M GK

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE >>> 2 4 5 8

Caroline Capocaccia Chelsea Kephart Iyana Moore Kylie Bono

CAP-uh-kotch-ee-uh kep-HEART EYE-yah-nuh ky-LEE

17 18 26

Sanna Saarinen SAH-nuh SAR-uh-nen Lara Langworthy LAH-ruh Kaelyn Angelo KAY-lynn

 Letterwinners/Starters Returning >> LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (16) M/F Chelsea Hatcher Lara Langworthy Sanna Saarinen Caroline Brown M/D Tori Bailey D/F Alexis Owens

M Emily Shore Kylie Bono Amy Harrison D Chelsea Kephart Hannah Hut Ali Hall Caroline Capocaccia

F Emily Dowd GK Jessica Rolfs RB Wyatt

>> LETTERWINNERS LOST (8) M/F Julie Edwards M/D Grace Cuenin

F Anna Fisher Ashley Owens GK Molly Baird

M Tanya Emerson D Melissa Speros Molly Delk

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TENNESSEE SOCCER /// VS. OLE MISS & MISSISSIPPI STATE

 Alphabetical STARTERS RETURNING/LOST STARTERS RETURNING: 7

STARTERS LOST: 4 (+GK)

M/F Chelsea Hatcher (20 matches/20 starts in 2010) F Emily Dowd (19 matches/17 starts) M Kylie Bono (20 matches/20 starts) M Emily Shore (20 matches/19 starts) M Amy Harrison (19 matches/16 starts) D Ali Hall (11 matches/10 starts) D Chelsea Kephart (14 matches/11 starts)

D D M F

Melissa Speros (20 matches/13 starts) Grace Cuenin (19 matches/19 starts) Tanya Emerson (20 matches/20 starts) Anna Fisher (20 matches/15 starts)

GK Molly Baird (20 matches/20 starts)


Notes...

2011 LADY VOL SOCCER HONORS

As a result of her incredible effort, the Carmel, Ind., native also got to celebrate a highly-acclaimed week. The 5-6 forward was chosen as both the UT program’s first-ever Soccer America Women’s National Player of the Week and NSCAA/Disney National Soccer Player of the Week. She was also included on the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week, as one of CollegeSoccer360.com’s National Primetime Performers and as the Southeastern Conference’s Co-Offensive Player of the Week. For her selection as the NSCAA/Disney National Soccer Player of the Week, Owens was recognized on FOX Soccer Channel’s live broadcast of the North Carolina-Duke men’s soccer match on Fri., Sept. 30. Brown/Dowd and the Single Season Top 10  Tennessee sophomore forward Caroline Brown has now entered the Lady Vol single season Top 10 for points, rating in a tie for eighth at 27. The Hershey, Pa., native currently possesses 10 goals and seven assists in 2011, needing just one more of each to move into the top 10 in both categories. Senior forward Emily Dowd is also nearing the top 10 in all three single season ratings, requiring one more point (26 pts. in 2011), one more goal (10) and two assists (six) to enter the lists. For the single season Tennessee soccer marks go to page six of these notes. Making The First Shot Count  The Lady Vols have made a habit of making their first shot really count. Four times over the last eight matches (Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, #6 Florida, Arkansas) Tennessee has scored a goal on its initial attempt of the contest. Sophomore forward Caroline Brown turned the feat in back-to-back matches at 1:51 versus Charlotte (5-0 on 9/9) and at 4:04 against Coastal Carolina (4-0 on 9/16), junior forward Alexis Owens found paydirt at 4:05 of the 4-2 victory over the sixth-ranked Gators (9/25) and most recently, senior forward Emily Dowd tickled the twine on the first shot at 6:44 during the 4-0 rout at Arkansas (10/2). Looking at the Ratings Percentage Index (RPI)  The latest NCAA Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) for women’s soccer has been released (10/12) and the Southeastern Conference boasts eight of the top 50 teams in the listing. Florida leads the way at #2, followed by Kentucky (#14), Auburn (#22), TENNESSEE (#26), LSU (#27), South Carolina (#37), Vanderbilt (#42) and Georgia (#46). The RPI is one of the factors utilized by the NCAA in handing out tourney seeds and slots in the annual NCAA Field of 64. It consists of three factors that are weighted as follows: a team’s Division I winning percentage (25%), opponent strength of schedule (50%) and opponents’ opponent strength of schedule (25%). Off to Our Best Start EVER!  At 11-3 overall through its first 14 matches, Tennessee is off to the best start to a campaign in program history. The best previous 14-match openings to a season were 10-2-2 (both 2004 & 2007). With contests this weekend against Kentucky and Vanderbilt, the Big Orange has a chance to post its best 15- and 16-match starts in program history. A list of the top such openings is below:

 Several Lady Vol soccer players have already received either preseason or in-season accolades in 2011.

Chelsea Hatcher, Sr., M/F Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award (Preseason Candidate) SEC Preseason Player to Watch List Caroline Brown, So., M/F SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 22) CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer (Aug. 23) SEC Preseason Player to Watch List First Tennessee Classic All-Tournament Team Emily Dowd, Sr., F SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 19) SEC Preseason Player to Watch List Kylie Bono, Jr., M SEC Preseason Player to Watch List Allie Sirna, Fr., D First Tennessee Classic All-Tournament Team Julie Eckel, Fr., GK First Tennessee Classic All-Tournament Team Alexis Owens, Jr., F/D Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (Sept. 26) Soccer America Women’s National Player of the Week (Sept. 27) CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer (Sept. 27) NSCAA/Disney National Soccer Player of the Week (Sept. 28) SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 26)

NATIONAL SOCCER POLLS 

 NSCAA/Continental Tire October 11, 2011 Rk School Pts 1 Stanford (33) 824 2 Oklahoma State 791 3 Duke 759 4 Wake Forest 694 5 Pepperdine 647 6 UCLA 640 7 Marquette 603 8 Memphis 582 9 Boston College 568 10 North Carolina 549 11 Florida 526 12 Wisc.-Milwaukee 469 13 Santa Clara 430 14 Virginia 382 15 Penn State 333 16 Maryland 307 17 Florida State 282 18 Oregon State 258 19 TENNESSEE 202 20 Boston University 184 21 Dayton 164 22 Long Beach State 129 23 William & Mary 82 24 West Virginia 76 25 Central Florida 46

 Soccer America October 10, 2011 Rk School 1. Stanford 2. Oklahoma State 3. Duke 4. Boston College 5. UCLA 6. Wake Forest 7. Memphis 8. Virginia 9. North Carolina 10. Maryland 11. Florida State 12. Wisc.-Milwaukee 13. Marquette 14. TENNESSEE 15. Florida 16. Pepperdine 17. Penn State 18. LSU 19. Santa Clara 20. West Virginia 21. William & Mary 22. La Salle 23. UCF 24. Boston University 25. Washington State

 Top Drawer Soccer October 10, 2011 Rk School 1. Stanford 2. Oklahoma State 3. North Carolina 4. Duke 5. Boston College 6. Florida 7. Wake Forest 8. UCLA 9. Marquette 10. Virginia 11. Santa Clara 12. Maryland 13. Georgetown 14. Texas A&M 15. Penn State 16. Florida State 17. Pepperdine 18. California 19. Wisc.-Milwaukee 20. Memphis 21. Notre Dame 22. UC Irvine 23. Dayton 24. West Virginia 25. UCF 39. TENNESSEE

 Soccer Times October 10, 2011 Rk School Record Pts Pv 1 Stanford (15) 13-0-1 399 1 2 Oklahoma State (1) 15-0-0 375 3 3 Duke 13-1-1 370 4 4 UCLA 10-1-2 345 2 5 Wake Forest 11-1-2 335 5 6 North Carolina 9-2-0 315 7 7 Florida 12-3-0 305 8 8 Boston College 9-1-2 287 6 9 Virginia 9-3-2 268 10 10 Pepperdine 10-0-4 244 12 11 Memphis 13-0-1 240 9 12 Marquette 14-2-0 229 11 13 Wisc.-Milwaukee 13-1-0 203 14 14 Santa Clara 8-1-4 176 15 15 Maryland 8-2-4 169 16 16 TENNESSEE 11-3-0 144 17 17 Oregon State 10-3-1 139 18 18 Florida State 9-5-0 135 19 19 Penn State 12-3-0 121 20 20 Dayton 11-2-0 63 19 21 Virginia Tech 9-4-1 58 23 22 Notre Dame 7-5-3 52 22 23 California-Irvine 9-3-2 44 24 24 Washington State 10-4-1 34 nr 25 California 9-3-2 29 nr Also receiving votes: LSU 21, Auburn 15, La Salle 14, Texas A&M 14, William & Mary 12, Central Florida 11, West Virginia 10, Long Beach State 8, Boston University 4, Miami (Fla.) 4, Wisconsin 4, Baylor 3, Louisville 3, South Carolina 2.

Pv 1 2 4 5 8 3 9 6 7 10 11 12 14 16 18 17 13 19 20 21 15 23 RV RV 24

Record 13-0-1 15-0-0 13-1-1 11-1-2 10-0-4 10-1-2 14-2-0 13-0-1 9-1-2 9-2-0 12-3-0 13-1-0 8-1-4 9-3-2 12-3-0 8-2-4 9-5-0 10-3-1 11-3-0 12-2-1 11-2-0 10-3-1 11-1-2 11-4-0 8-2-3

Also receiving votes: LSU 41, California 35, Auburn 23, Washington State 23, UC Irvine 22, Illinois 20, La Salle 20, Texas A&M 15, Wisconsin 7, Hartford 6, Notre Dame 6, Virginia Tech 2, Central Michigan 2.

Record 13-0-1 15-0-0 13-1-1 9-1-2 10-1-2 11-1-2 13-0-1 9-3-2 9-2-0 8-2-4 9-5-0 13-1-0 14-2-0 11-3-0 12-3-0 10-0-4 12-3-0 10-4-1 8-1-4 11-4-0 11-1-2 12-0-1 8-2-3 12-2-1 10-4-1

Pv 1 3 4 5 2 6 7 8 9 11 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 14 20 22 24 25 NR NR NR

Record 13-0-1 15-0-0 9-2-0 13-1-1 9-1-2 12-3-0 11-1-2 10-1-2 14-2-0 9-3-2 8-1-4 8-2-4 11-5-0 10-5-0 12-3-0 9-5-0 10-0-4 9-3-2 13-1-0 13-0-1 7-5-3 9-3-2 11-2-0 11-4-0 8-2-4 11-3-0

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2011 PRESEASON COACHES POLL

Notes... Best 15-Match Starts 2007 11-2-2 2004 11-2-2 2003 11-4-0 2001 11-4-0

Tennessee was chosen to finish fourth in the annual poll of the SEC Coaches prior to the start of the 2011 campaign. The complete totals are listed below: SEC Champion: Florida (11); S. Carolina (1) Eastern Team (First-place votes) Florida (11) South Carolina (1) Georgia TENNESSEE Vanderbilt Kentucky

Poll Pts. 66 51 48 35 26 20

Western Team (First-place votes) Auburn (7) LSU (5) Ole Miss Alabama Arkansas Miss. State

Poll Pts. 62 60 39 37 30 18

LADY VOLS’ RECORD WHEN... Playing at Night 4-3-0 Playing During the Day 7-0-0 Playing at Home 7-2-0 Playing on the Road 4-1-0 Playing at a Neutral Site 0-0-0 Playing a Conference Match 4-2-0 Playing a Non-Conference Match 7-1-0 Scoring First 9-1-0 Scoring Second 2-1-0 Involved in a Shutout 7-1-0 Leading at Half 7-0-0 Trailing at Half 1-2-0 Tied at Half 3-1-0 Playing Overtime 2-1-0 Scoring One Goal 1-2-0 Scoring Two Goals 4-0-0 Scoring Three+ Goals 6-0-0 Allowing No Goals 7-0-0 Allowing One Goal 2-0-0 Allowing Two Goals 1-3-0 Allowing Three+ Goals 1-0-0 Out-Shot Opponent 8-1-0 Out-Shot by Opponent 3-2-0 Playing a Ranked Opponent 2-1-0 Playing an Unranked Opponent 9-2-0 All-Time Record 193-120-22 All-Time SEC Record 96-48-9 All-Time Home Record 110-36-6 All-Time Road Record 61-64-11 All-Time Neutral Site Record 22-20-5 All-Time OT Record 31-17-21 All-Time vs. Ranked Opp. 27-56-8

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Best 16-Match Starts 2007 12-2-2 2004 11-3-2 2003 11-4-1 2001 11-5-0

The Defense Kept Putting Up Zeroes!  Tennessee’s defensive backline made quite a statement from Aug. 26-Sept. 23 by continually putting zeroes up on the opponent’s side of the scoreboard. The Orange & White pitched a school record FIVE CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS (#18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina) and held the opposition scoreless over a PROGRAM RECORD STRETCH OF 471:10 from a Bruin goal at 84:22 during UT’s 2-1 loss to then-#8 UCLA on Aug. 26 until the 15:32 mark of the 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina on Sept. 23 (parts of seven matches). Between the pipes freshman Julie Eckel stopped 23 straight opponent shots on frame during the shutout streak. Longest Tennessee Shutout Streaks 471:10 AUG. 26-SEPT. 23, 2011 457:35 Sept. 7-21, 2007 415:13 Oct. 23-Nov. 11, 2005 391:03 Sept. 16-30, 2005 386:59 Oct. 26-Nov. 9, 2003 Dowd’s Doing Work  Senior forward Emily Dowd was wreaking havoc early on in 2011 by drawing three separate penalty kick calls inside the 18 that were often cashed in by others. Now the Gainesville, Fla., native is inputting herself on the stat sheet in a major way, having scored 10 GOALS AND DISHED SIX ASSISTS over Tennessee’s last 10 matches (Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, South Carolina, #6 Florida LSU, Arkansas, Ole Miss and Mississippi State). Included in that output are her THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH-CAREER MULTIPLEGOAL EFFORTS (vs. Middle Tennessee, Coastal Carolina, at Arkansas), five-point performances with two scores and an assist during both 4-0 routs of Coastal Carolina and Arkansas and a goal and an assist in the 4-2 win over the sixth-ranked Gators. Her effort against Coastal Carolina earned Dowd her first career nod as the Southeastern Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 19). Loads of Success Against NCAA Teams  Tennessee has come up big during the early season against programs that were a part of the 2010 NCAA Tournament. UT is already 5-2 against last year’s entrants into the NCAA Field of 64 with wins over Oklahoma, #18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro and #6 Florida and razor-thin losses to #8 UCLA (2-1) and South Carolina (2-1, 2OT). The Big Orange still has one more opportunity to make a mark with 2010 NCAA participant Auburn left on its schedule. Back in the Rankings Again!  The stay in the national soccer polls continues for the Tennessee Lady Vols during the week of Oct. 10-16. UT is No. 14 in the Soccer America rankings after entering that poll on Sept. 5 for the first time since September 2008 and No. 16 in the SoccerTimes.com listing. The Big Orange is #19 in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Continental Tire poll. After starting off the campaign at 3-1 and upsetting then-#18 Texas A&M (1-0), Tennessee appeared in the national rankings for the first time since Aug. 24, 2009, (#23 in the Top Drawer Soccer poll) on Aug. 30, 2011, climbing to #23 in the NSCAA/Continental Tire coaches poll and to #18 in the SoccerTimes.com listing. The last time UT had previously found itself among those teams in the weekly NSCAA coaches poll was on Sept. 9, 2008, also at #23. Call Her “Caroline Clutch”  Tennessee sophomore Caroline Brown wasted little time in demonstrating her offensive prowess to open her second season in the Orange & White. The Hershey, Pa., native tallied three goals, including posting the first two-goal match of her career (vs. Oklahoma), with two of those being match-winners as the Lady Vols toppled Kansas (2-1, OT) and Oklahoma (3-1). Brown was called upon for another penalty kick, this one against #18 Texas A&M in the 34th minute, and she knocked it home as UT posted a 1-0 upset of the high-powered defending Big 12 champion Aggies. The 5-9 forward now owns 13 career scores while amazingly, SEVEN OF THOSE GOALS ARE OF THE MATCH-WINNING VARIETY. With Tennessee locked in a scoreless duel late in regulation against Middle Tennessee (9/2), Brown delivered the first two-assist match of her career on a pair of perfect passes from the left wing to the far post that Emily Dowd buried in the twine just 1:17 apart as UT posted a 2-0 victory. In a 5-0 romp over Charlotte (9/9), she recorded her second two-goal effort of the season and set the early tone offensively for the Lady Vols with a score just 1:51 into the match. Versus Coastal Carolina (9/16), she again registered the winner on a goal just 4:04 into the 4-0 rout of the Chanticleers. Most recently, Brown scored the tying goal at 53:16 of an eventual 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina, dished two more assists in UT’s 4-2 victory over #6 Florida and posted a goal and an assist as Tennessee routed Arkansas, 4-0 (10/2). With 27 total points (10 goals, seven assists) over the Big Orange’s opening 14 contests of 2011, Brown has long surpassed her entire freshman season point output of eight points (three goals, two assists) done over 18 matches. For her efforts during the road wins at KU and OU, Brown received nods as both the Southeastern Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week (8/22) and as one of CollegeSoccer360.com’s Primetime Performers of the Week.

TENNESSEE SOCCER /// VS. OLE MISS & MISSISSIPPI STATE


SEC DIVISIONAL STANDINGS (AS OF OCTOBER 10) EASTERN DIVISION Team Florida Georgia S. Carolina TENNESSEE Kentucky Vanderbilt

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

Pts. 15.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 9.0 6.0

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

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

Div. 3-1-0 1-1-0 2-2-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-2-0

ALL 12-3-0 10-4-0 10-5-0 11-3-0 10-4-0 8-6-0

Pct. .800 .714 .667 .786 .714 .571

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

A 5-1-0 4-1-0 4-3-0 4-1-0 3-3-0 1-4-0

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

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

Streak W4 W2 W3 W3 L1 W2

WESTERN DIVISION Team SEC LSU 5-1-0 Auburn 3-3-0 Arkansas 2-4-0 Alabama 1-4-1 Miss. State 1-4-1 Ole Miss 1-5-0

Pts. 15.0 9.0 6.0 4.0 4.0 3.0

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

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

Div. 2-0-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-1 1-2-1 1-3-0

ALL 10-4-1 9-4-1 4-9-0 6-6-2 4-7-3 5-8-1

Pct. .700 .679 .308 .500 .393 .393

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

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

N 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-1

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

Streak W1 L3 L4 L4 L2 L2

Notes... Referees Keep Pointing to the Spot!  Through the opening 12 matches of the 2011 campaign, Tennessee soccer has already drawn five penalty kick calls against the opposition. That’s already more than the Big Orange has ever drawn in any SINGLE SEASON! Twice previously the Lady Vols had attempted four PK’s in a season, 2001 (2-for-4) and 2003 (3-for-4). UT is 3-for-5 on opportunities this year with two put away by Caroline Brown and one by Kylie Bono. Senior forward Emily Dowd has wreaked the most havoc inside the 18, drawing three of those penalties via her quick footwork in the box, while Brown and junior forward Alexis Owens also drew PK’s. Check Us Out On the Tube in 2011  Tennessee soccer fans have three opportunities to check out the Big Orange on television during the 2011 regular season. UT already topped Florida (Sept. 25 at 1 p.m. ET on CSS), 4-2, and will play at Vanderbilt (Oct. 16 at 1 p.m. CT) live on Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS), while the Lady Vols will host Auburn on Fox Sports Net (FSN) on Oct. 23 at 1 p.m. The Orange & White has seen a great deal of success on television during the program’s 16-year history, boasting a 26-9-3 (.724) RECORD IN 38 ALL-TIME APPEARANCES on the tube. Last season, Tennessee was 2-2 overall on TV with wins over Ole Miss (CSS) and Alabama (CSS) and losses at #13 Florida (SUN Sports) and at #14 South Carolina (ESPNU). Getting Off to a Good Start in SEC Play is Important  Tennessee is 9-6-1 all-time in SEC lidlifters and 7-4-1 in such match-ups under the guidance of 12th year head coach Angela Kelly. At the Regal Soccer Stadium in SEC schedule openers, UT is 6-2-0 with the only losses occurring to No. 17 Vanderbilt back during the inaugural season of 1996 and to South Carolina this season (2-1, 2OT) on Sept. 23. Early Success on the Road Has Often Been Elusive  By defeating Kansas and Oklahoma on the road over Aug. 19 & 21, the occurrence marked the first time that Tennessee soccer emerged victorious from its first two true road matches of the season since back during the 2001 season when UT toppled #13 BYU and James Madison in Provo, Utah, and Harrisonburg, Va., respectively. WITH ITS 2-0 WIN AT UNC GREENSBORO (9/4), TENNESSEE WON ITS FIRST THREE TRUE ROAD MATCHES IN A SEASON FOR THE FIRST TIME IN PROGRAM HISTORY. Perhaps every more stunning is the fact that the back-to-back victories at KU and OU marked the first time in program history that Tennessee won its first two matches of the season away from Knoxville (including neutral site contests). The closest the Big Orange had come previously was a 1-0-1 record back in 2009 against #19 Minnesota (0-0, 2OT) and Wisconsin (1-0) in Minneapolis, Minn. Once again the rugged scheduling of UT Coach Angela Kelly has often played a role in an earlyseason defeat. Home Sweet Home  The Lady Vols have long made winning on their home pitch a priority. At 110-36-6 (.743) all-time at the Regal Soccer Stadium (previously the UT Soccer Complex) and 7-2 thus far in 2011 (with wins over #18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, #6 Florida, Ole Miss and Mississippi State), Tennessee has averaged nearly seven wins a campaign in the friendly confines over program history. Last season, the Big Orange were 7-3-1 in Knoxville with victories over Western Kentucky, Richmond, Chattanooga, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Alabama and Georgia. One of the Top Players in the Nation!  Tennessee senior forward Chelsea Hatcher found her way onto the 2011 preseason release of Top Drawer Soccer’s Top 100 Women’s Collegiate Soccer Players in the Nation. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native comes in at #84, joining seven other Southeastern Conference soccer players in the listing. Thus far in 2011, Hatcher owns three goals and four assists over the opening 14 contests. Loads of Success for Tennessee in Home Openers  The Big Orange maintains a 13-3 all-time record in home openers, having suffered a tough, 2-1 loss to #15/8 UCLA during the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic on Aug. 26. Under the guidance of Angela Kelly, UT is 9-3 in home openers with victories over rated foes including #6 Virginia (2006), #7 Penn State (2007), #15 Duke (2004) and #16 Wake Forest (2001). First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic History  Tennessee hosted the 12th First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic over Aug. 26 & 28 at the Regal Soccer Stadium with the Big Orange finishing tied with #8/7 Florida for second with identical 1-1 records. #15/8 UCLA went 2-0 to take the overall prize while #18 Texas A&M finished its stay in Knoxville at 0-2. UT freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel, freshman defender Allie Sirna and sophomore forward Caroline Brown were selected to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team.

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LADY VOL SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Points 1. Allison Campbell 2. Laura Lauter 3. Kim Patrick Rhian Wilkinson 5. Rhian Wilkinson Kim Patrick 7. Kylee Rossi 8. Caroline Brown Mick Imgram Kylee Rossi 11. Emily Dowd Lyndsey Patterson Allison Campbell

46, 1998 34, 1998 33, 2002 33, 2000 31, 2002 31, 2001 30, 2007 27, 2011 27, 2009 27, 2008 26, 2011 26, 2003 26, 1999

Goals 1. Allison Campbell 2. Kylee Rossi 3. Mick Imgram Kylee Rossi Kim Patrick Kim Patrick Rhian Wilkinson Laura Lauter 9. Lyndsey Patterson Allison Campbell 11. Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Kylee Rossi Kayla Lockaby Kendyl Michner

17, 1998 13, 2008 12, 2009 12, 2007 12, 2001 12, 2002 12, 2000 12, 1998 11, 2003 11, 1999 10, 2011 10, 2011 10, 2006 10, 2004 10, 1997

Assists 1. Rhian Wilkinson 2. Allison Campbell 3. Ali Christoph Lyndsey Patterson Laura Lauter 6. Kim Patrick Rhian Wilkinson 8. Genna Gorman Genna Gorman Ali Christoph Sue Flamini Kelly Berrall

15, 2002 12, 1998 10, 2003 10, 2002 10, 1998 9, 2002 9, 2000 8, 2004 8, 2005 8, 2004 8, 2003 8, 2000

Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Victories -- Goalkeeper 1. Ellen Dean 2. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 4. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 5. Jaimel Johnson 6. Julie Eckel Ellen Dean Ellen Dean 9. Molly Baird Jaimel Johnson Cori Stevens

18, 2002 17. 2004 17, 2003 16, 2005 15, 2007 11, 2011 11, 2000 11, 1998 10, 2010 10, 2008 10, 2001

Shutouts -- Goalkeeper 1. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 2. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 3. Jaimel Johnson 4. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 5. Molly Baird 6. Ellen Dean 7. Ellen Dean 8. Julie Eckel Molly Baird Jaimel Johnson Jaimel Johnson 12. Sarah Shivley

12, 2003 11, 2004 10, 2007 9, 2005 7, 2009 6.3, 2002 5.3, 1998 5, 2011 5, 2010 5, 2006 5, 2008 4.5, 1997

Goals Against Average 1. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 2. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 3. Jaimel Johnson 4. Julie Eckel 5. Ellen Dean 6. Jaimel Johnson Sarah Kitchin 8. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 9. Molly Baird 10. Jaimel Johnson

6

7, 2011 6, 2011

Never Started 3-0  Did you know that despite all the success the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer program has had throughout the years, the squad has never started a season 3-0. The 1997, 2003, 2007 and 2011 teams all opened a perfect 2-0 before dropping their next matches. A 2-1 loss to #15/8 UCLA on Aug. 26 dashed UT’s hopes of accomplishing the feat this season. Of course the major reason a loss has often materialized during the early part of the year is the daunting non-conference schedule played by head coach Angela Kelly to prepare her team for the league and postseason slates. Among squads that UT has faced in that second or third match throughout the years (often on the road) are such foes as perennial national titlist North Carolina and nationally-rated squads such as Portland, Southern California, Washington, West Virginia, Penn State, Virginia, Maryland and UCLA just to name a few. The scheduling system has often seemed to pay dividends down the road as UT has won three SEC regularseason crowns, four SEC Tournament titles and been to five NCAA Sweet 16’s. Tennessee Season Openers  UT is 11-5 all-time in season openers, playing on the road or at a neutral site on eight occasions (3-5). The Big Orange has won seven of its last nine lidlifters including its 2011 opener, a 2-1 (OT) victory over Kansas on Aug. 19 at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex in Lawrence, Kan. A “Senior CLASS” Act!  Tennessee Lady Vol midfielder/forward Chelsea Hatcher was chosen as one of 30 national nominees for the 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Women’s Soccer Award®. The accolade is given each season to a player who excels both on and off the pitch and best exemplifies the true definition of a “student-athlete.” At the end of last season, Hatcher was honored with a spot on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region Second Team and a place on the All-Southeastern Conference First Team after leading the Big Orange in goals (eight), points (20) and shots (105). The 5-7 midfielder/forward began the 2011 campaign with 11 career goals, six assists and 28 total points over 58 matches played during her three-year stint at Rocky Top. She had also moved into fifth all-time in UT history by launching 224 total shots (64 on frame). The Opening Prelude...  The Big Orange opened the year with an exhibition match by traveling to Birmingham, Ala., on Fri., Aug. 12, for a 0-0 deadlock at Samford. In all, 20 different Lady Vol players saw action in the contest, including eight freshmen who drew their first playing time while clad in the Orange & White. Tennessee rookie goalkeeper Julie Eckel managed five saves while combining with redshirt sophomore net minder Jessica Rolfs on the shutout. UT senior forward Chelsea Hatcher led the Tennessee offensive effort with three total shots, two on frame, while junior midfielder Kylie Bono, senior forward Lara Langworthy and junior midfielder Amy Harrison were each credited with a drive on frame. 2011 Lady Vol Soccer...A Brief Preview  Tennessee enters the new campaign returning 16 letter-winners from last season’s squad that posted a 109-1 overall record while finishing third in the Southeastern Conference’s overall standings at 7-3-1. Included are players who scored 32 of UT’s 34 total goals and registered 89 of 97 combined points. Among the returnees for the Big Orange (with last season’s stat total in parentheses) are 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) All-South Region and first team All-Southeastern Conference midfielder/ forward Chelsea Hatcher (eight goals, four assists; Cincinnati, Ohio), forward Emily Dowd (seven goals, one assist; Gainesville, Fla.) and defender/forward Alexis Owens (one goal, two assists; Carmel, Ind.), experienced midfielders Kylie Bono (five goals, three assists; Yorba Linda, Calif.), Emily Shore (one goal, five assists; Gainesville, Fla.) and Amy Harrison (two goals; Winnipeg, Alberta, Canada), midfielder/forwards Caroline Brown (three goals, two assists; Hershey, Pa.), Sanna Saarinen (two goals, three assists; Espoo, Finland) and Lara Langworthy (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), midfielder/defender Tori Bailey (one goal, two assists; Fenton, Mich.) as well as battle-tested defenders Ali Hall (one goal, two assists; Hawthorn Woods, Ill.), Chelsea Kephart (1033 minutes in 2011; Cumming, Ga.) and Hannah Hut (Highlands Ranch, Colo.). A high-profile group of 11 freshmen have now arrived at Rocky Top to bolster Tennessee Head Coach Angela Kelly’s 27-member roster, including goalkeepers Julie Eckel (Cordova, Tenn.) and Hannah Steadman (Kinnelon, N.J.), forwards Iyana Moore (Marietta, Ga.) and Kaelyn Angelo (Oak Ridge, Tenn.), midfielders Brittney Wade (Houston, Texas), Tyler Law (Jacksonville, Fla.), Ashley Hartert (Marvin, N.C.) and Lexi Krause (Plainfield, Ill.) as well as defenders Alison Clarke (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada), Allie Sirna (Solon, Ohio) and Carlee Dimry (Carlsbad, Calif.). Strength of Schedule  Four of Tennessee’s 2011 opponents, Florida (#9), Texas A&M (#11), UCLA (#16) and South Carolina (#21), entered the season ranked in the initial NSCAA poll of the year (Aug. 9) (rankings in parentheses are preseason NSCAA).  UT will face eight squads that received bids into last year’s NCAA Field of 64 consisting of Auburn, Florida, Middle Tennessee, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas A&M, UCLA and UNC Greensboro. Four of those teams (Florida, South Carolina, Texas A&M and UCLA) reached the NCAA Second Round before being eliminated.

0.68, 2004 0.73, 2003 0.88, 2007 0.92, 2011 1.01, 2002 1.05, 2006 1.05, 2006 1.06, 2005 1.14, 2009 1.24, 2008

TENNESSEE SOCCER /// VS. OLE MISS & MISSISSIPPI STATE


MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 1: KANSAS Fri., Aug. 19, 2011 - Lawrence, Kan. Jayhawk Soccer Complex (430) 1 2 0

Tennessee (1-0-0) Kansas (0-1-0)

2 1 0

MATCH 2: OKLAHOMA Sun., Aug. 21, 2011 - Norman, Okla. OU Soccer Complex (399) F 3 0

LAWRENCE, Kan. - A penalty drawn inside the 18-yard box by Lady Vol senior forward Emily Dowd at 97:16 was converted via a match-winning penalty kick by sophomore midfielder/forward Caroline Brown as Tennessee (1-0) fought back from an early one-score deficit to top Kansas, 2-1 (OT), on Fri., Aug. 19, in both teams’ 2011 season-opener at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex in Lawrence, Kan. Kansas managed to out-shoot the Big Orange by a razor-thin, 15-14 total and registered a 7-6 advantage in shots on frame, while each squad earned six corner kicks in the contest. UT freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel earned her first career victory between the pipes by making six saves, including a match-saving stop by racing off her line with 3:31 left in overtime to thwart a breakaway by Kansas forward Ingrid Vidal. Brown led the Lady Vol offense with four shots, including the penalty kick score. Dowd and senior forward Chelsea Hatcher each tallied a trio of shots, with the former launching all three of her drives successfully on frame. The Jayhawks broke the scoreless dead-lock 13:18 into the match-up as a through ball from Whitney Berry up the middle to Jamie Fletcher gave her a step on her marker. One-on-one against Eckel, Fletcher scored from 14 yards out into bottom left corner. In the 33rd minute of action, Tennessee crossed into the middle of the 18-yard box. Kansas midfielder Liana Salazar attempted to clear the ball but her sliding attempt ended up in the back of her own net to grant UT a match-tying own goal. The Big Orange came oh so close to getting the winner in regulation in the 86th minute as Dowd made a great move to beat a KU player in the midfield. She fed up the right wing to Hatcher who crossed a ball to the left post. Brown was making a run to a spot, but just couldn’t quite get there as her sliding tap at the left post just drifted wide. With approximately 1:31 remaining, UT again had a golden opportunity as Brown moved up the right side, got some space and fired a ball that appeared to be going into the net. A Lady Vol stationed at the left post tapped the shot in to make sure of the goal, but was ruled offside as the score was disallowed. After Eckel saved the day by racing off her line with 3:31 left in the initial overtime to thwart a breakaway by KU’s Vidal, Dowd was taken down on the other end of the pitch inside the 18 to earn a penalty call. Brown was summoned to seal the deal and did her job by burying the ball in the left side of the net past Jayhawk keeper Kat Liebetrau to complete the season-opening triumph. KU: Jamie Fletcher (Whitney Berry), 13:18 UT: OWN GOAL (unassisted), 32:53 UT: Caroline Brown (penalty kick), 97:16 Goalkeepers UT - Julie Eckel (97:16) KU - Kat Liebetrau (97:16) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 14 6 6 6 7

Saves 6 4 KU 15 4 8 6 0

1 1 1

Tennessee (2-0-0) Oklahoma (1-1-0)

2 2 0

MATCH 3: #15/8 UCLA Fri., Aug. 26, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (2,046) F 3 1

NORMAN, Okla. - The first two-goal game of sophomore midfielder/forward Caroline Brown’s collegiate career helped guide the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer squad (2-0) to a commanding 3-1 victory over Oklahoma (1-1) at the OU Soccer Complex in Norman, Okla. Tennessee out-shot the Sooners by a 12-11 total and registered a 4-2 advantage in corner kicks. In addition to Brown’s impressive scores at 59:45 and 65:38, junior midfielder Kylie Bono added a goal via a penalty kick at the 22:25 mark. Senior forward Chelsea Hatcher and freshman forward Iyana Moore tallied their first assists of the season. Things got a little hairy for the Orange during the ninth minute as a lead pass found Oklahoma’s Zoe Dickson in the clear. Eckel held her ground in a one-on-one situation, however, diving to her right and utilized her legs to make an incredible stop. Tennessee’s initial goal-scoring sequence began with a long free kick taken from 40 yards out on the right wing by freshman defender Alison Clarke. Kylie Bono leapt and flicked a header from the middle of the 18 wide left of goal. Oklahoma keeper Kelsey Devonshire grabbed the ball and made a throw that ended up traveling right to UT senior forward Emily Dowd. She raced in quickly and made a move to beat the net minder as Devonshire tripped Dowd inside the box. The head referee ordered a penalty kick, and Bono stepped up and buried it in the left side of the twine to grant the Big Orange a 1-0 lead at 22:25. The Sooners equalized at 30:35 as a through ball between Lady Vol defenders found Sage Coralli with a step on her marker out even with the right post. She moved in one-on-one against Eckel and fired over the UT freshman’s out-stretched hands from about eight yards to dead-lock the count at 1-1. Tennessee moved back in front on the scoreboard at 59:45 via one of the toughest shots you’ll ever see succeed in the sport of soccer. Off a Big Orange throw-in, Hatcher lifted a ball that landed at Brown’s feet just inside the right boundary of the 18. From a very sharp angle off the side of frame, the Hershey, Pa., native lifted a shot over the keeper that traveled in at the top left corner and nestled in the netting just inside the left post. The Lady Vols managed an insurance goal at 65:36 to nab a commanding 3-1 advantage over the Sooners. Located about 25 yards out in the middle of the pitch, Moore lifted an ambitious, high-arcing shot towards frame that’s trajectory literally saw the ball come down inches from the crossbar. OU’s keeper Devonshire had no choice but to leap and try to parry it over the bar, but her attempt popped straight up in the air and landed about three yards out near the right post. Brown was waiting right there to tap in her second goal of the match and provide Moore with her first collegiate assist. UT: Kylie Bono (penalty kick), 22:25 OU: Sage Coralli (Dria Hampton), 30:35 UT: Caroline Brown (Chelsea Hatcher), 59:45 UT: Caroline Brown (Iyana Moore), 65:38 Goalkeepers UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) OU - Kelsey Devonshire (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 12 2 5 4 5

Saves 2 2 OU 11 2 8 2 5

1 0 0

#15/8 UCLA (2-0-0) Tennessee (2-1-0)

2 2 1

F 2 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of the fifth-largest crowd in Regal Soccer Stadium history (2,046) on the opening evening of the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic, the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer squad battled valiantly but saw its upset bid undone by #8 UCLA scores at 80:27 and 84:22 as the Bruins rallied for a 2-1 victory. Big Orange senior forward Chelsea Hatcher granted UT the lead at 62:02 by registering her initial goal of the 2011 campaign off an assist from junior midfielder Kylie Bono. For the match UCLA out-shot the Lady Vols, 21-11, but led Tennessee only 7-4 in both shots on frame and corner kicks. UT freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel made five saves between the pipes, while her counterpart, UCLA’s Katelyn Rowland, stopped three shots. The best early chance for the Lady Vols occurred at 20:21 as a lazer from approximately 22 yards out on the right wing by Caroline Brown ricocheted off the inside of the left post before being cleared. In the opening half’s final seconds it appeared as if the Bruins had gone in front as a cross from the right wing was blasted home near the left post. The sideline official had his flag up, however, to signal that UCLA was offside as the two teams ventured to the break at 0-0. During the 52nd minute Sydney Leroux unleashed another drive from about 16 yards out in the middle that Eckel stopped. The ball escaped from her grasp, however, and rolled over toward the right post as UT’s rookie net-minder quickly raced over and dove to corral the rebound before an approaching Bruin player could fire off a shot. Tennessee’s opening salvo of the second half was a big one as Hatcher took a feed from Bono out on the right side of frame. With UCLA’s keeper apparently expecting a cross, Hatcher absolutely ripped a bending drive right inside the upright from a ridiculously sharp angle to grant the Big Orange a 1-0 advantage. The Bruins finally managed an equalizer at 80:27 as a feed from Ally Courtnall from the middle of the 18 towards the right post was settled by forward Zakiya Bywaters about five yards out. She pivoted quickly and managed to beat Eckel from a sharp angle to dead-lock the count at 1-1. During the 82nd minute Bono had a golden chance to push Tennessee back in front, but saw her drive from out front blocked by a UCLA defender. With regulation time beginning to run short a shot by UCLA midfielder Sam Mewis was deflected by Eckel but the sphere bounced back into play. Leroux found herself in the right spot near the left post to clean up the deflection from six yards out and complete the 2-1, comeback victory. UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Kylie Bono), 62:02 UCLA: Zakiya Bywaters (Ally Courtnall), 80:27 UCLA: Sydney Leroux (Sam Mewis), 84:22 Goalkeepers UCLA - Katelyn Rowland (90:00) UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UCLA 21 3 10 7 3

Saves 3 5 UT 11 5 5 4 2

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MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 4: #18 TEXAS A&M Sun., Aug. 28, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (747) 1 0 1

#18/NR Texas A&M (1-3-0) Tennessee (3-1-0)

2 0 0

F 0 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - An outstanding Lady Vol defensive effort and a first-half penalty kick conversion from sophomore forward Caroline Brown helped the Tennessee soccer squad (3-1-0) to an impressive 1-0 victory over #18 Texas A&M at the Regal Soccer Stadium during final day action of the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic. The crucial penalty call was drawn by the slick footwork of UT junior Alexis Owens at 34:16. The Carmel, Ind., native managed to get past diving Aggie goalkeeper Jordan Day inside the 18-yard box, forcing the net-minder into a tripping call that left no option but for the head official to point to the penalty spot. For Brown the penalty kick conversion raised her team-leading total to four goals over the first four matches of 2011. In a very physical match that saw each team whistled for 15 fouls with five total yellow cards issued (three for the Aggies), Texas A&M out-shot the Lady Vols by a 15-8 margin and 6-3 in shots on frame, but the Big Orange managed a 4-3 advantage on corner kicks. On her way to earning First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament honors alongside her teammates Brown and freshman defender Allie Sirna, rookie goalkeeper Julie Eckel made five stops in securing the third triumph of her brief collegiate career and her first solo shutout. Things got a little hairy for the Lady Vols in the 32nd and 33rd minutes as Kelley Monogue launched back-to-back shots over a 1:06 time frame that ricocheted off the crossbar and right post. After UT escaped the close calls unscathed, it was Owens’ chance to shine at 34:16 as a ball played into the middle of the 18 by freshman forward Iyana Moore landed at the feet of Owens. She pivoted quickly and managed to get around the keeper Jordan Day whose only option was to trip the UT player to save a potential score. The head official pointed at the spot and Brown calmly stepped up to drive home her fourth goal of the season for a vital 1-0 lead. At 57:44 the UT backline again saved the day as a Lady Vol positioned near the goal line managed to keep a shot from A&M defender Meghan Streight from going in the net via a vital team save. With the Aggies ramping up the heat in a desperate attempt to draw even, things got a little chippy as the head official ended up displaying five total yellow cards, including two on each team over a stretch from 74:27 to 84:11. As regulation time began to ebb away, Eckel continued her inspired play between the pipes, stopping shots from Merritt Mathias at 80:46 and 82:04. On the latter of the two stops the Cordova, Tenn., native managed to deflect the drive outside the right post, but saw the ball land about a foot over the end line. On the resulting A&M corner, Eckel managed to leap high in the midst of a crowd inside the six-yard box to punch the cross out of danger.

MATCH 5: MIDDLE TENNESSEE Fri., Sept. 2, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1150)

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

8

TXAM 16 2 15 3 3

2 0 2

F 0 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - With the Big Orange in need of a late spark in a scoreless contest, Tennessee senior forward Emily Dowd provided just that by tallying goals in both the 82nd and 83rd minutes, off assists from sophomore forward Caroline Brown, to lead the Lady Vol soccer squad (4-1-0) past Middle Tennessee, 2-0. With the victory, UT equaled its best fivematch start in program history done by both the 2002 and 2003 Orange & White squads on the way to eventual NCAA Sweet 16 appearances. Dowd’s scores marked her first two of the campaign, while Brown surpassed her entire 2010 point total (eight) over just five matches in 2011 with four goals and two assists (10 points). Junior midfielder Kylie Bono fired a game-high five shots for the Lady Vols, while junior defender Ali Hall, seeing her first match action of the season, tantalizingly hit the crossbar with a sliding drive at 54:36. Tennessee out-shot the Blue Raiders, 21-15, including a staggering 12-3 advantage during the second half of the contest, and won the corner kick battle, 12-7. UT freshman keeper Julie Eckel made a careerhigh eight saves in posting her second consecutive solo shutout as the Lady Vol defense hasn’t allowed a goal over the last 185:38 of game action. With regulation time beginning to ebb away, the Big Orange finally struck at 81:24 as a Brown cross from the left wing was perfectly placed to Dowd charging in toward the right post. An easy tap-in from about two yards was all that was required to grant UT a 1-0 lead. It seemed like a near replay just 1:17 later as Brown fed a through ball to Dowd in the clear racing up the right side. She moved in on frame oneon-one versus Cushing and easily deposited her second goal of the night in the lower left corner of the twine. From there UT burnt off the remaining time, refusing to allow Middle Tennessee much possession and zero shots in the offensive end to secure the 2-0 victory. UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 81:24 UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 82:41 Goalkeepers MTSU - Rebecca Cushing (90:00) UT - Julie Eckel (90:00)

UT: Caroline Brown (penalty kick), 34:16 Goalkeepers TXAM - Jordan Day (90:00) UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) UT - TEAM

1 0 0

Middle Tennessee (1-3-0) Tennessee (4-1-0)

MATCH 6: UNC GREENSBORO Sun., Sept. 4, 2011 - Greensboro, N.C. UNCG Soccer Stadium (196)

Saves 2 6 1 UT 8 7 15 4 4

TENNESSEE SOCCER /// VS. OLE MISS & MISSISSIPPI STATE

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

MTSU 15 6 6 7 2

Saves 6 8 UT 21 8 10 12 5

1 1 0

Tennessee (5-1-0) UNC Greensboro (1-3-0)

2 1 0

F 2 0

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Goals from junior midfielder Kylie Bono and junior forward Alexis Owens proved plenty on Sun., Sept 4, at the UNCG Soccer Stadium in Greensboro, N.C., as Tennessee soccer improved to 5-1 overall with a commanding 2-0 victory over the UNC Greensboro Spartans. The Big Orange posted its third consecutive shutout and have kept the opposition scoreless for a streak of 275:38 since the 82nd minute of its match against #15/8 UCLA on Aug. 26. At 5-1 to start the year, the Lady Vols also equaled the 2002 & 2003 UT squads for the best six-match start in program history. Tennessee out-shot the Spartans by a commanding 16-5 total, including 8-2 in the opening frame and 8-3 over the second stanza. For Bono the first half goal and her assist on Owens’ score marked the second of the campaign for the Yorba Linda, Calif., native in each category. Owens’ goal was her initial tally of 2011 and just the second of her career in the Orange & White. Freshman forward Iyana Moore was credited with the second assist of her brief career on Bono’s goal. Senior forward Chelsea Hatcher, junior midfielder Amy Harrison, sophomore forward Caroline Brown and Bono each led the Lady Vol offensive change with three shots each. Freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel posted five saves between the pipes in improving to 5-1-0 overall with three straight solo blankings. With the Big Orange offense controlling the majority of possession, senior forward Emily Dowd made a run into the right side of the 18 during the 29th minute. As the keeper raced off her line in an attempt to thwart a scoring chance, Dowd beat her with a right-to-left move as the GK brought her down inside the box. The head official pointed to the spot, giving Tennessee its fifth penalty kick in six matches and marking the third PK drawn by Dowd in 2011. Unfortunately, the penalty try by Bono was stopped by Kelsey Kearney and cleared away to maintain the 0-0 dead-lock. After literally dominating possession throughout the opening stanza, Tennessee finally got on the scoreboard at 43:20. A quick shot by Moore from out front was blocked by the UNCG defense. The ball caromed right to the feet of Bono who pivoted and fired a drive from approximately 15 yards out in the middle that hit off the inside of the right post before traveling all the way across the mouth of the goal and into the lower left corner to make it 1-0. It seemed just a matter of time before Tennessee found a second goal, and it was delivered at 82:22. Bono played a through ball up the middle of the pitch that located Owens with a step on her marker. She took a quick dribble and beat the keeper to the right side from approximately 14 yards out for her first goal of the season and a 2-0 advantage. UT: Kylie Bono (Iyana Moore), 43:20 UT: Alexis Owens (Kylie Bono), 82:22 Goalkeepers UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) UNCG - Kelsey Kearney (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT UNCG 16 5 5 5 10 8 5 2 6 0

Saves 5 5


MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 7: CHARLOTTE Fri., Sept. 9, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,445) 1 0 3

Charlotte (2-3-2) Tennessee (6-1-0)

2 0 2

MATCH 8: COASTAL CAROLINA Fri., Sept.16, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,017) F 0 5

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee soccer’s shutout streak improved to four straight matches as the Lady Vols scored early and often in blanking Charlotte, 5-0, in front of 1,445 fans on Fri., Sept. 9, at the Regal Soccer Stadium. The occurrence marked just the second time in program history that UT registered four consecutive shutouts (Oct. 28 -Nov. 6, 2007), while the opposition’s scoreless streak of 365:38 marked the fifth-longest such skein in Big Orange annals. UT got the team-leading fifth and sixth goals of the season from sophomore forward Caroline Brown, the third goal of the campaign as well as two assists from senior forward Emily Dowd, the first tally of the year by junior midfielder Amy Harrison and the initial goal of freshman midfielder Lexi Krause’s brief career at Rocky Top during the rout. Junior midfielder Kylie Bono (team-leading third assist of 2011), junior forward Alexis Owens (first assist), sophomore midfielder Sanna Saarinen (first assist) and senior forward Chelsea Hatcher (second assist) were each credited with assists. Lady Vol freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel made three saves while lowering her goals-against-average to 0.57, combining with redshirt sophomore Jessica Rolfs (6:15 of action) on the squad’s fourth straight shutout. Tennessee managed to get a total of 22 players into the contest. Included was the first collegiate action for freshmen Kaelyn Angelo and Tyler Law (six minutes each). UT out-shot the 49ers by a 23-10 total, including 12-5 in the first half and 11-5 in the second stanza, and won the corner kick category by a commanding 10-2 count. UT: Caroline Brown (unassisted), 1:51 UT: Amy Harrison (Emily Dowd, Kylie Bono), 5:18 UT: Caroline Brown (Alexis Owens), 32:48 UT: Emily Dowd (Chelsea Hatcher), 66:20 UT: Lexi Krause (Sanna Saarinen, Emily Dowd), 78:02 Goalkeepers CHAR - Alex Kubrick (90:00) CHAR - TEAM UT - Julie Eckel (83:45) UT - Jessica Rolfs (6:15) UT - TEAM Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

CHAR 10 6 7 2 2

Saves 5 1 3 0 1 UT 23 4 11 10 5

1 0 3

Coastal Carolina (0-7-1) Tennessee (7-1-0)

2 0 1

MATCH 9: SOUTH CAROLINA Fri., Sept.23, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (2,846) F 0 4

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - With a commanding 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina on Friday night in front of 1,017 fans at the Regal Soccer Stadium, the Tennessee soccer team made program history. At 7-1 overall the Lady Vols got off to the best start in school annals, while the blanking of the Chanticleers marked UT’s school record fifthconsecutive shutout. The Big Orange have now held the opposition scoreless over a stretch of 455:38, the second longest such skein in school history, just 1:57 from equaling the program’s longest shutout streak of 457:35 that occurred from Sept. 7-21, 2007. Tennessee out-shot Coastal Carolina by a staggering 27-4 total, including 14-2 in the first half and 13-2 over the second stanza, and tallied a 12-1 advantage on corner kicks. Sophomore forward Caroline Brown continued her incredible clutch efforts by registering her team-leading seventh goal of the season and NCAA Division I best fifth match-winning score just 4:04 into the contest. Senior forward Emily Dowd registered her second two-goal effort of the campaign by tickling the twine at 18:46 and 54:22 to give the Gainesville, Fla., native five tallies for the year while also adding an assist for five total points. Junior midfielder Kylie Bono picked up her third goal of 2011 at 12:08 off helpers from Brown and Dowd. Senior forward Chelsea Hatcher and junior midfielder Amy Harrison were credited with their third and first assists of the season, respectively. Between the pipes, freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel worked the first 81:04 of match time and wasn’t forced to make a single save in participating in her fifth consecutive shutout. Redshirt sophomore RB Wyatt finished off the blanking by working the final 8:56 of the contest in her first action of the season. For the second straight contest, Tennessee scored on its first shot of the match as Brown tallied just 4:04 in. UT: Caroline Brown (unassisted), 4:04 UT: Kylie Bono (Caroline Brown, Emily Dowd), 12:08 UT: Emily Dowd (Amy Harrison), 18:46 UT: Emily Dowd (Chelsea Hatcher), 54:22 Goalkeepers CCU - Alex Kubrick (90:00) UT - Julie Eckel (81:04) UT - RB Wyatt (8:56) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

CCU 4 5 11 1 1

Saves 5 0 0 UT 27 0 5 12 0

1 South Carolina (6-4-0, 1-0-0 SEC) 1 Tennessee (7-2-0, 0-1-0 SEC) 0

2 OT 2OT F 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of the second largest crowd in Lady Vol soccer history (2,846 fans) on Fri., Sept. 23, at the Regal Soccer Stadium, #11 Tennessee managed to set an all-time program shutout record at 471:10 of game action but lost a 2-1 (2OT) heartbreaker to South Carolina in the league opener for both squads. The Big Orange out-shot the Gamecocks 24-20 for the match and managed a 7-5 advantage on corner kicks. UT received the team-leading eighth goal of the season from sophomore forward Caroline Brown at 53:16, while senior forward Chelsea Hatcher picked up her squad-high fourth assist of the campaign. Freshman goalkeeper Julie Eckel was required to make six saves over her 106:54 of action between the pipes. When S.C. scored 15:32 into the contest, Tennessee saw an end to its shutout streak at 471:10, but that total surpassed the previous program benchmark of 457:35 that was established from Sept. 7-21, 2007. In all, the Lady Vols strung together their record skein over portions of seven matches, originally starting late in the 2-1 defeat to #8 UCLA on Aug. 26. UT got oh-so-close to scoring first at 14:27 as a pass from the right wing by senior forward Emily Dowd was tapped from the middle to the left post. Sophomore midfielder Sanna Saarinen flicked a header towards goal that proved just inches high, landing on top of the netting for a goal kick. Unfortunately, the Gamecocks took advantage of the near miss by registering the match’s opening goal just 1:05 later. A header from the left post into the middle was volleyed home from 12 yards out by midfielder Kortney Rhoades to make it 1-0. Right out of the halftime locker room, Tennessee had a golden chance as Dowd broke in one-on-one against D’Angelo at 47:25. The Gainesville, Fla., native’s initial shot was saved, but the ball got past the keeper and headed towards the net. South Carolina’s Christa Neary raced back quickly and cleared the potential goal away only about two yards out to maintain the advantage. With the Lady Vols applying strong pressure, UT finally struck pay dirt at 53:16. A cross by Hatcher from the right wing to the left post was volleyed home from approximately eight yards out by Brown to dead-lock the score at 1-1. The end came suddenly in the second overtime during the 106th minute of play as a long through ball up the middle from Kayla Grimsley found Rhoades in some space. She managed to beat Eckel from 12 yards out to end the match via “sudden victory.” SC: Kortney Rhoades (Maria Petroni), 15:32 UT: Caroline Brown (Chelsea Hatcher), 53:16 SC: Kortney Rhoades (Kayla Grimsley), 105:34 Goalkeepers SC - Sabrina D’Angelo (106:54) SC - TEAM UT - Julie Eckel (106:54) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

SC 20 6 9 5 4

Saves 5 1 6 UT 24 6 5 7 2

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MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 10: #6/11 FLORIDA Sun., Sept. 25, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,480) 1 0 3

#6/11 Florida (8-3-0, 1-1-0 SEC) Tennessee (8-2-0, 1-1-0 SEC)

2 2 1

F 2 4

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Behind the first career hat trick from junior forward Alexis Owens in her initial start of 2011, the 11th-ranked Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team powered past the sixth-ranked Florida Gators, 4-2, in front of 1,480 fans (including U.S. soccer legend Mia Hamm) at the Regal Soccer Stadium. With the triumph the Lady Vols improved to an impressive 5-0-1 over their last six matches against Florida in Knoxville and haven’t lost to the Gators on the home pitch since Oct. 5, 1999. The four goals also are the most tallies for UT in a league contest since topping Mississippi State, 4-0, back on Oct. 21, 2007. The three-goal performance by Owens marked the first for a Tennessee soccer player since Kayla Lockaby’s hat trick against Murray State way back on Sept. 8, 2002. Owens, a Carmel, Ind., native, had entered today’s match against UF with just two career goals over 43 previous matches. Lady Vol senior forward Emily Dowd chipped in her sixth goal of the season to complete the scoring for UT and assisted on Owens’ initial tally to make it four multiple-point efforts for the Gainesville, Fla., product over UT’s last six contests. Sophomore forward Caroline Brown contributed a pair of assists, improving her team-high point total to 21 on eight goals and five helpers in 2011. For the third time in 2011, Tennessee scored on its initial shot of the match as Dowd delivered a perfect through ball up the right wing to Owens who buried a shot from 10 yards out past Florida keeper Taylor Burke just 4:05 in. Tennessee continued to press the advantage on the Florida end for the majority of the first half. At the 22:37 mark, Dowd granted the Lady Vols a 2-0 lead, taking a through ball from Brown and blasting it to the far side of the net from 12 yards out for her sixth goal of the campaign. With the Gators owning just a single shot to that point in the opening stanza via a header wide from forward McKenzie Barney at 13:01, Owens continued the Big Orange onslaught 13 minutes later. She won a one-on-one battle with a Gator defender, taking the ball into the box and sliding it past Burke to improve the advantage to a staggering 3-0 at the 35:48 mark. That marked the first time in the history of the series between the two schools that UT had recorded three scores in a match versus UF. With Florida within 3-2, pressing hard for an equalizer and having shots by Annie Speese and Havana Solaun blocked by UT defenders, it proved to be Tennessee that would finally seal things at 85:11. Brown delivered another perfect feed up the left wing to Owens, who scored from six yards out near the left post to finalize the huge victory. UT: Alexis Owens (Emily Dowd), 4:05 UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 22:37 UT: Alexis Owens (unassisted), 35:48 UF: Erika Tymrak (penalty kick), 46:38 UF: Havana Solaun (unassisted), 63:48 UT: Alexis Owens (Caroline Brown), 85:11 Goalkeepers UF - Taylor Burke (90:00) UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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MATCH 11: LSU Fri., Sept.30, 2011 - Baton Rouge, La. LSU Soccer Stadium (1,284) 2 0 1

F 0 2

BATON ROUGE, La. - Goals by Natalie Ieyoub at 33:36 and Addie Eggleston at 61:10 proved enough for LSU (8-3-1, 3-0-0 Southeastern Conference) in front of 1,284 fans at the LSU Soccer Complex as the Tigers scored during each half in topping the #10 Tennessee Lady Vols (8-3-0, 1-2-0 SEC), 2-0. The Bayou Bengals out-shot the Big Orange by a 14-7 count and 4-2 in shots on frame, while UT registered an 8-1 advantage on corner kicks in the contest. Senior forward Chelsea Hatcher led the Lady Vol offense by taking four total shots, one on goal, while senior forward Emily Dowd was credited with Tennessee’s other drive on net. Freshman keeper Julie Eckel made two saves over 90 minutes of work in falling to 8-3 on the season. The Big Orange managed its initial shot of the contest at 24:10 as a long try from well out front by Hatcher was blocked by the LSU defense. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native was right back at it just 35 seconds later as her drive on target forced Bayou Bengal keeper Mo Isom into her initial save of the match. It proved a quick shot from the top of the box at 33:36 by LSU substitute Natalie Ieyoub that finally broke the scoreless dead-lock. Off a pair of quick touch passes, Ieyoub received the ball at her feet, moved quickly to her right into the middle of the pitch and blasted a shot from the top of the box. The blast just eluded a leaping Eckel, hit off the underside of the crossbar and bounced on into the net for a 1-0 Tiger lead. Perhaps the most dangerous offensive chance for the Big Orange in the contest came at 60:20 after some solid work against two defenders on the left side of goal by junior forward Alexis Owens. The Carmel, Ind., product delivered a pass towards the middle that found Dowd standing about 12 yards out. She turned quickly and ripped a blast that was barely parried away by the LSU keeper Isom for a corner kick. It proved an unfortunate slip on a quick cut by a member of UT’s backline way up in LSU’s offensive zone that eventually resulted in a two-goal Bayou Bengal lead. With Tennessee threatening offensively, the Lady Vol slip resulted in a turnover and a quick Tiger counter attack. With the advantage of numbers, Allysha Chapman located forward Addie Eggleston racing up the pitch with a small step on her marker. The Bayou Bengal fired in a virtual one-vs.-one situation, beating a charging Eckel from approximately 10 yards out to make it 2-0. LSU: Natalie Ieyoub (Kaley Blades, Natalie Martineau), 33:36 LSU: Addie Eggleston (Allysha Chapman), 61:10 Goalkeepers UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) LSU - Mo Isom (90:00)

Saves 0 2 UF 13 0 8 10 1

1 0 1

Tennessee (8-3-0, 1-2-0 SEC) LSU (8-3-1, 3-0-0 SEC)

UT 6 2 16 3 0

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Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

Saves 2 2 UT 7 2 10 8 2

LSU 14 2 10 1 1

MATCH 12: ARKANSAS Sun., Oct. 2, 2011 - Fayetteville, Ark. Razorback Field (743) 1 2 0

Tennessee (9-3-0, 2-2-0 SEC) Arkansas (4-7-0, 2-2-0 SEC)

2 2 0

F 4 0

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - – In front of 743 fans at Razorback Field in Fayetteville, Ark., the #10 Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (9-3-0, 2-2-0 Southeastern Conference) bounced back from a disappointing Friday night defeat in a major way by routing the Arkansas Razorbacks (4-6-0, 2-2-0 SEC), 4-0. Senior forward Emily Dowd led the UT offense, recording her fifth-career multiple-goal effort by tallying her seventh and eighth goals of 2011 and dishing an assist for five total points. Sophomore forward Caroline Brown registered her teamleading ninth goal of the campaign at 69:22 to finalize the Big Orange scoring. UT also got a Razorback own goal at 53:54 as UA defender Courtney Williams chipped a cross into her own net on a clearing attempt. The Lady Vols out-shot the Razorbacks by an 18-17 count, including 12-9 in shots on frame, while each squad posted seven corner kicks in the match. Freshman net minder Julie Eckel made a career high nine saves in recording her fourth career solo and first SEC shutout. Tennessee’s offense wasted no time getting on the board in the match as sophomore midfielder Sanna Saarinen located Brown on the right side near the end line. The Hershey, Pa., native delivered a pass into the middle that Dowd finished from approx. seven yards out for a quick 1-0 lead at 6:44. The occurrence marked the fourth time this season that the Lady Vols had scored on their initial shot of the contest. Before the UT fans in attendance had even stopped celebrating the first UT score, Dowd delivered again just 1:05 later. The Gainesville, Fla., product broke a tackle and made a quick left-to-right move to beat Arkansas keeper Emily Lillard before an easy finish from six yards out for a 2-0 advantage. The Big Orange got a little assistance at 53:54 to move in front 3-0 as senior forward Chelsea Hatcher crossed a ball into the middle of the sixyard box. Back defending on the play, Arkansas’ Courtney Williams ended up in front of her keeper and kicked the ball into her own net while attempting to chip the ball up and over the cross bar. With 23:15 left Dowd came oh so close to totaling the hat trick, receiving a long ball up the middle from Hatcher, moving to her right and firing just wide left of the post. A perfect through ball from the middle of the pitch up the right wing resulted in UT’s fourth tally of the match at 69:17. Dowd delivered the feed between Arkansas defenders right to Brown who quickly deposited the shot to the left of Lillard for a 4-0 Tennessee advantage. UT: Emily Dowd (Sanna Saarinen, Caroline Brown), 6:44 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 7:49 UT: OWN GOAL (unassisted), 53:54 UT: Caroline Brown (Emily Dowd), 69:22 Goalkeepers UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) ARK - Emily Lillard (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 18 9 9 7 5

Saves 9 8 ARK 17 8 7 7 0


MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS MATCH 13: OLE MISS Fri., Oct. 7, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,215) Ole Miss (5-7-1, 1-4-0 SEC) Tennessee (10-3-0, 3-2-0 SEC)

1 3 0

2 0 3

OT F 0 3 1 4

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In what will surely go down as one of the wildest matches in Regal Soccer Stadium history, the #15 Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team fought back from a three-goal halftime deficit to register a thrilling, 4-3 (OT) triumph over Ole Miss in front of 1,215 fans on Fri., Oct. 7. The final blow came just 1:33 into the initial “sudden victory” overtime period as UT senior forward Chelsea Hatcher blasted home her second goal of the year on a drive into the upper left corner of the twine from a position just inside the right edge of the 18-yard box. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native took a school single-match record 14 shots during the contest, while putting a staggering eight of those on frame. The Big Orange began its rally behind the second score of the year from junior midfielder Amy Harrison at 58:27. The Lady Vols completed their comeback to force extra-time behind the ninth tally of the campaign from senior forward Emily Dowd at 60:24 and the team-leading 10th goal of 2011 from sophomore forward Caroline Brown at 79:53. Seeing her first SEC action this season after dealing with an injury, senior midfielder Emily Shore recorded her initial assist. Brown was credited with her squad-high seventh helper of the campaign via Dowd’s 61st minute score, and junior midfielder Kylie Bono delivered her fourth assist on Hatcher’s match-winner. For the match Tennessee out-shot the Rebels by a staggering 30-8 count, including 14-2 in the second stanza and had a 13-4 edge on corner kicks. UT also forced Ole Miss into 10 saves in the contest, nine of those coming courtesy of freshman net minder Kelly McCormick. Ole Miss midfielder Dylan Jordan, a native of Palmyra, Tenn., put up a natural hat trick against the Lady Vols over the match’s first 31:20 before Tennessee began its stirring rally. UM: Dylan Jordan (Rafaelle Souza, Emily Reid), 12:43 UM: Dylan Jordan (Kendyl Mygatt), 30:37 UM: Dylan Jordan (unassisted), 31:20 UT: Amy Harrison (Emily Shore), 58:27 UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 60:24 UT: Caroline Brown (unassisted), 79:53 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Kylie Bono), 91:33 Goalkeepers UM - Kelly McCormick (91:33) UM - TEAM UT - Julie Eckel (91:33) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UM 8 10 8 4 0

MATCH 14: MISSISSIPPI STATE Sun., Oct. 9, 2011 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,378) Mississippi State (4-7-3, 1-4-1 SEC) Tennessee (11-3-0, 4-2-0 SEC)

1 0 1

2 0 1

F 0 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The team-high-tying 10th goal of the season from senior forward Emily Dowd and the third score of the year by senior forward Chelsea Hatcher proved plenty as the #15 Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team turned in a workmanlike effort on Sunday afternoon in front of 1,378 fans at the Regal Soccer Stadium by dispatching Mississippi State, 2-0. Dowd registered her third match-winner of the season and, in the process, also tallied the 20th goal of her career by scoring at 15:05 off the fifth assist of 2011 from junior midfielder Kylie Bono. Hatcher slammed home her third goal of the campaign at 48:52, while Dowd was credited with her sixth helper on the score. By registering her 10th goal, Dowd joined fellow Lady Vol Caroline Brown (10 goals) as the first Tennessee soccer duo to each cross the doubledigit scoring plateau during the same season since Allison Campbell (17 goals) and Laura Lauter (12 goals) completed the feat way back in 1998. UT rookie goalkeeper Julie Eckel also equaled former Lady Vol Ellen Dean’s (1998-2000, 2002) freshman victory record at Rocky Top by recording her 11th win between the pipes. The Cordova, Tenn., native made five saves in picking up her fifth solo shutout of the year and her second in league action. Overall, Tennessee out-shot the Bulldogs, 18-10, including 10-5 in shots on goals and managed an 8-0 advantage on corner kicks. UT: Emily Dowd (Kylie Bono), 15:05 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Emily Dowd), 48:52 Goalkeepers MSU - Skylar Rosson (90:00) MSU - TEAM UT - Julie Eckel (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

MSU 10 8 14 0 1

Saves 7 1 5 UT 18 5 10 8 4

Saves 9 1 0 UT 30 0 8 13 3

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EMILY DOWD 5-6 -- SENIOR -- F GAINESVILLE, FLA. -GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AS A SENIOR (2011): Has totaled 37 shots, including 22 on frame, while starting all 14 matches at forward for Tennessee...Currently owns single-season career highs with 10 goals, six assists and 26 total points in 2011...On Oct. 9, joined Caroline Brown in becoming the first Lady Vol duo to record double-figure goal totals in the same campaign since 1998 and only the second such scoring duo in UT history...Has registered every point she has this season over the Big Orange’s last 10 contests from Sept. 2-Oct. 9 (Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, South Carolina, #6 Florida, LSU, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Mississippi State)...Totaled her 10th goal of the season and, in the process, the 20th of her career at 15:05 of the 2-0 win over Mississippi State (10/9)...Helped UT rally from a three-goal deficit against Ole Miss (10/7) by scoring at 60:24 to cut the gap to a single goal on the way to an eventual 4-3 (OT) victory...Was at her havoc-producing best at Arkansas (10/2), registering her third two-goal match of the season (match-winner was included at 6:44) to go along with an assist as UT routed the Razorbacks, 4-0...Picked up her fourth multi-point effort of the year by blasting home a goal and distributing a helper during the 4-2 victory over #6 Florida (9/25)...Was chosen as the Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Week for Sept. 19 after scoring two goals and dishing an assist during UT’s 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Posted her second four-point effort of the year with a 67th minute goal and two assists during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...With her fancy footwork inside the 18-yard box against UNC Greensboro (9/4), Dowd drew her third penalty kick call over UT’s initial six contests as Spartan keeper Kelsey Kearney had little choice but to tackle the 5-6 forward to prevent an almost certain score...Got in the scoring column in a major way by registering the third two-goal match of her career, and second career match-winner, with a pair of scores over a 1:17 span (82nd & 83rd minutes) during the 2-0 triumph over Middle Tennessee (9/2)...Drew penalty kick-worthy fouls inside the 18 during victories at Kansas (8/19) and Oklahoma (8/21) that were converted by Caroline Brown (match-winner at 97:16 in OT) and Kylie Bono (22:25), respectively...Was credited with three shots on goal during the 2-1 (OT) victory at Kansas. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Finished the campaign second on the Lady Vol squad with seven goals (a career single-season high) and 15 total points on 47 shots, 18 shots on frame...Tallied her first career “golden goal” at 104:33 from about six yards out in the middle of the pitch to down Alabama (10/24), 1-0 (2OT)...Hit the left upright with a shot from 14 yards out on the right wing during the 40th minute of the eventual overtime triumph at Auburn (10/21)...Picked up her first assist of the 2010 campaign by delivering the pass to Chelsea Hatcher that led to Tennessee’s initial goal at #13/12 Florida (10/15)...Sealed the Lady Vols’ 3-1 win at Ole Miss (10/10) by scoring from a sharp angle near the left end line at 87:51...Scored twice over a 3:51 stretch during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), missing a hat trick late only because her 87th minute shot rolled about a foot wide left of the post...Was tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team...Posted the initial two-goal match of her career and the first for Ten-

 DOWD’S CAREER STATS

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nessee since Mick Imgram during the 2009 campaign d during i UT’ UT’s 4 4-2 2 loss at #24 Arizona State (9/10)...Started at forward and played 73 minutes at #1 North Carolina (9/4), drawing the foul inside the 18 that led to Emily Shore’s second-half penalty kick to get UT on the scoreboard a6 61:03 versus the Tar Heels...Drew the start up top against #12 Maryland (8/27) and made her 83 minutes of action count by scoring an unassisted goal (her first of 2010) at 23:56 to cut UT’s deficit against the Terrapins to 2-1. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Tied for third on the Lady Vol squad in points with seven on two goals and three assists...Played in all 20 matches in 2009 while drawing nine starting nods...Tallied a pair of shots in 69 minutes as a sub at forward during a 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament...Posted a pair of shots on goal in 53 minutes of playing time at Alabama (10/25) and one shot as a sub in 42 minutes at Georgia (10/30)...In 54 minutes in relief against Auburn (10/22), Dowd fired five total shots, two on goal...Battled to draw the crucial penalty inside the box during the 82nd minute6against Ole Miss (10/11), allowing Mick Imgram the chance to tally the match-tying penalty kick in the 1-1 (2OT) tie...Posted one of UT’s five total shots on goal at LSU (9/27)...Drew a red card against an Arkansas player by getting fouled from behind on a breakaway at 65:05, forcing the Razorbacks to play the last 25 minutes of its 1-0 defeat (9/25) a woman down...Picked up her second goal of the campaign at 39:58 to grant UT a 1-0 lead over Memphis (9/11) and delivered her third helper of the year on Imgram’s match-winning score to down Western Carolina (9/13)...Assisted on Jayden Barrett’s gamewinning tally just 2:47 into the Wisconsin match, granting Dowd a career-high four points (one goal, two helpers) through her first five matches as a sophomore...Scored her initial goal of the season and just the second of her brief career in the 3-2 (2OT) defeat to Arizona State (8/28), granting UT a quick 1-0 advantage...Starting at forward against ETSU (8/22), Dowd recorded her second career assist on a perfect cross to Imgram who scored at 15:13. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Made 21 appearances, including six starts during her rookie campaign…Had an immediate impact, scoring her first career goal in the opener against Chattanooga…Dished out her first career assist in the 3-0 win over Western Carolina to cap non-conference play…Saw action in nine conference matches, starting three…Registered 14 shots during league play…Saw time in each of the Lady Vols’ three SEC Tournament matches.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Three-time Golden Boot Award winner at Gainesville High School…All-time scoring leader in Alachua County with 163 goals during her four-year high school career…Helped the Lady ‘Canes to two District 4-5A championships while earning two Most Valuable Player awards and one Florida Sports Writers Association All-State Team selection in 2004-05...Played club soccer for the Gainesville Hotshots…Helped lead the Hotshots to three straight Florida State Cup Final Fours from 2003-05…Played one season with the Countryside Lightning in 2007… Moved on to IMG Soccer Academy team which is currently ranked as the No. 1 club team in the country…Part of the IMG teams that won both the Region III Premier League and the prestigious Disney Showcase Championship…Has accumulated over 300 goals during club competition since 1999…A member of both the Florida State ODP squad and the ODP Region III team…Traveled to ODP National Championships in 2007...Was tabbed as one of The Gainesville Sh. GWG Sun’s “Players of the Decade.”

OVERALL Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 21/6 20/9 19/17 14/14 74/46

G 1 2 7 10 20

A 1 3 1 6 11

P 3 7 15 26 51

27 36 47 37 147

0 0 1 3 4

SEC Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 9/3 11/3 11/9 6/6 37/21

G 0 0 2 5 7

A 0 0 1 3 4

P 0 0 5 13 18

Sh. 14 22 33 16 85

GWG 0 0 1 2 3

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PERSONAL: Majoring in sociology and criminal justice… Chose Tennessee over the University of Florida, Florida State and Santa Clara…Played with fellow juniors Emily Shore and Chelsea Hatcher on the IMG Academy team… Will face off against former teammates Lindsay Thompson (Florida) and Kayla Grimsley (South Carolina) during conference play…Enjoys hanging out with friends and going to the beach in her spare time…Has two brothers, Kevin, 23, and Sean, 19…Emily Alyssa Dowd was born on Jan. 17, 1990, in Gainesville, Fla….Her parents are Don and Lisa Dowd...Recipient of the Linda Evers Women’s Athletic Endowed Scholarship.


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CHELSEA HATCHER 5-7 -- SENIOR -- M/F CINCINNATI, OHIO -SEVEN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL AS A SENIOR (2011): Owns three goals and four assists while starting all 14 matches at forward...Has fired 52 shots thus far in 2011... Sealed the 2-0 victory over Mississippi State (10/9) with her score at 48:52 off a feed from Emily Dowd...Launched a Lady Vol alltime single-game record 14 shots against Ole Miss (10/7), with eight of those on frame (57% rate)...Completed Tennessee’s staggering rally from a three-goal deficit by tallying a “golden goal” just 1:33 into the first overtime to top Ole Miss, 4-3 (OT)...Delivered a cross from the right wing into the six-yard box that was misplayed into her own net at 53:54 by Arkansas defender Courtney Williams for a UA “own goal” as UT rolled over the Razorbacks, 4-0 (10/2)...Fed Caroline Brown for the tying goal at 53:16 of the eventual 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina (9/23)...Played a perfect long ball up the right wing for an assist on Emily Dowd’s score at 54:22 during UT’s 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Launched a ball from out on the right wing that looked like a shot but turned into a helper as Emily Dowd deflected the ball past Charlotte keeper Alex Kubrick from eight yards during the 5-0 rout of the 49ers (9/9)...Scored her first goal of 2011 and the 12th of her career from a ridiculous angle out on the right wing as her bending drive traveled just inside the right post to give Tennessee a lead at 62:02 over #8 UCLA (8/26)...Totaled three shots, including two on frame against the Bruins...Was credited with an assist on Caroline Brown’s match-winning score at 59:45 during the 3-1 rout of Oklahoma (8/21)...Was named as one of 30 preseason national nominees for the prestigious 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Soccer Award given annually to the player who best epitomizes the true meaning of the term “student-athlete.” AS A JUNIOR (2010): Was tabbed first team All-Southeastern Conference and second team National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-South Region after leading the Big Orange with eight goals and 20 total points...Hatcher also added four assists, to trail only Emily Shore’s five helpers for the team lead, while starting all 20 UT contests...Finished the year ranked fourth in goals and sixth in assists in the league with five of her eight scores occurring during SEC play...Launched a Tennessee singleseason high 105 total shots with 29 on frame...Blasted a squad-high seven shots during the SEC Tournament quarterfinal loss to LSU (11/4)...Scored another remarkable goal with a running shot from the top of the 18 that bent into the upper left corner at 37:16 to deadlock an eventual 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Delivered the crucial cross for an assist to Emily Dowd in the 105th minute that led to the “golden goal” to top Alabama (10/24), 1-0 (2OT)...Posted an outstanding individual weekend during the road trip to battle #13/12 Florida (10/15) and #14/13 South Carolina (10/17), scoring twice against the Gators (her first career two-goal match) and once versus the Gamecocks...Versus UF and SC, Hatcher scored three times on just four shots on goal, a 75% conversion percentage on shots on frame...Her score at South Carolina was incredible as Hatcher battled two Gamecock defenders for space before blasting a left-footed shot from 28 yards out on the left wing into the upper right corner in the 78th minute...Launched 10 shots, including five on frame at Mississippi State (10/8) and hit the crossbar with an effort in the 25th minute at Ole Miss (10/10), one of her six total shots versus the Rebels...Picked up her first career selection as the SEC Offensive Player of the Week for her heroics during the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24), scoring her third career match-winning goal with just 2:48 left on the clock...With time running short in regulation play against the Razorbacks, Hatcher fired off one of her team-high 10 shots in the match, just beating keeper Britni Williams inside the right post from about 22 yards out on the right wing...Was tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team...Picked up her third assist of 2010 on Ali Hall’s goal at 30:05 of the 8-0 victory over Chattanooga (9/19)...Tallied her third goal of 2010 at 87:56 of the contest versus Arizona (9/12), tickling the twine from out front off Sanna

 HATCHER’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 21/10 17/15 20/20 14/14 72/59

G 0 3 8 3 14

A 1 1 4 4 10

P 1 7 20 10 38

Sh. 43 76 105 52 276

SEC Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 11/5 11/10 11/11 6/6 39/32

G 0 2 5 2 9

A 0 1 1 1 3

P 0 5 11 5 21

Sh. 22 58 61 30 171

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Saarinen’s first career assist...Scored on a long, deflected shot from 35 yards out at 77:26 to cut UT’s deficit against #1 North Carolina (9/4) to 5-2...Was tabbed to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team after totaling 10 shots (one on frame) over consecutive starts against #12 Maryland and Richmond...Looked to have scored against Richmond during the 23rd minute but was ruled offside by the linesman...With UT down 2-1 to the nationally-ranked Terrapins late in the first half, Hatcher hit the crossbar with a potential match-tying drive...Totaled a team-high six shots and totaled both her first goal and assist of the year during the season-opening, 3-0 victory over Western Kentucky (8/20)...Was chosen as one of 15 players to the 2010 Preseason All-Southeastern Conference squad. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Tied Jayden Barrett for second on the team in goals with three while playing in 17 matches (15 starts) in 2009, including all 11 during Southeastern Conference action...Fired a squad-best 76 shots during the year with 58 of those occurring in league play...Totaled a team-high six shots against Georgia (10/30)...Was credited with her first assist of the year on the match-winning goal by Amy Harrison at 10:15 of a 2-0 win at Alabama (10/25)...Totaled a half-dozen shots, one on frame, in 79 minutes as a starting forward versus Auburn (10/22)...Started up top against both #5 South Carolina (10/18) and #11 Florida (10/16)...Tied the match with the nationally-ranked Gators on a goal at 34:14, her third of the year, after corralling a bad Gator defensive clear and scoring to the right of the keeper...Registered four of UT’s eight total shots on goal during the 1-1 (2OT) tie against #24 Ole Miss (10/11)...Scored her second goal of the season and first match-winner at 15:15 of the 3-0 rout of Mississippi State (10/9)...Started at forward at both Vanderbilt and Kentucky...Had five shots, including one on frame in the 1-0 win at UK (10/4) and seven shots (two on goal) in the overtime loss at VU (10/2)...Just missed tying the contest at #25 West Virginia (9/20) at 88:04 as her shot from in the middle clanked off the left post and away over the endline...Recorded her initial goal of the season and just the second of her career at 30:10 against Western Carolina (9/13) to pull the Lady Vols even at 1-1 in a match they would eventually win, 2-1...Returned from a bone bruise of the right knee during the tie at #19 Minnesota (9/4) and started against Wisconsin (9/6), firing six total shots and one on goal...The injury occurred during the second half of Tennessee’s exhibition loss to #16 Duke (8/15)...Received her second consecutive Academic All-SEC selection. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Appeared in 21 games as a rookie…Made 10 starts…Finished the season third on the team in shots…Became a staple in the central midfield after recovering from an illness in the preseason… Recognized on the Soccer Buzz Central Region All-Freshman Team...Led all freshmen in minutes played, helping fill the hole left by an injury to senior Leslie Vineyard…Notched her first career point against Western Carolina, assisting on senior Kylee Rossi’s game winner…Saw time in every conference match, starting five…Earned a spot on the SEC All-Freshman Team for her efforts during league play…Made her presence felt during the Lady Vols’ SEC Tournament championship run…Played all but six minutes during the tournament, leading the team with 14 shots on the weekend…Converted the deciding penalty against LSU in the SEC Tournament semifinals…Was one of four UT players named to the SEC All-Tournament Team...Also reaped a selection to the SEC Freshman Honor Roll for her work in the classroom. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year letterwinner, who spent two years at Berkeley Prep in Tampa, Fla., and two years at Seven Hills School in Cincinnati, Ohio…Four-time all-state first team selection…Helped Berkeley Prep earn a regional semifinal berth in 2004 and a spot in the Florida state semifinals in 2005…Pushed Seven Hills to an undefeated regular season and the regional final in 2006…Amassed 107 goals and 79 assists during her high school career…First-team all-state, all-district, all-city and all-conference selection in her final two seasons with the Stingers…Plays her club soccer with IMG Academy in Florida, the No. 1 club team in the country…Led the squad to three Florida State Cup titles…Was a member of two regional semifinal teams with IMG…Reached the finals of the prestigious Disney Showcase three times with IMG…Part of the 2007 Region III Premier League and 2008 Disney Showcase championship teams…Also earned three varsity letters in track and field…Spent one year as a GWG varsity cheerleader and played club volleyball...Was a member of the 0 National Society of High School Scholars and the Latin, Spanish and 1 Service Clubs at Seven Hills…Was a four-year Dean’s List honoree.

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GWG 0 1 1 1 3

PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences…Interested in pursuing a degree in political science and English...Played club soccer alongside fellow Lady Vols Emily Shore and Emily Dowd… Father, Billy Hatcher, is the first base coach for the Cincinnati Reds and played outfield in the major leagues with the Reds, Cubs, Astros, Pirates, Red Sox, Phillies and Rangers…Brother, Derek, 23, was a defensive back for the University of Richmond football team, the 2008 NCAA FCS National Champions…Chelsea Ryan Hatcher was born on April 3, 1990, in Houston, Texas…Her parents are Billy and Karen Hatcher...Recipient of the Mallicote Family Women’s Athletic Endowed Scholarship.

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HANNAH HUT 5-5 -- SENIOR -- D HIGHLANDS RANCH, COLO. -MOUNTAIN VISTA HIGH SCHOOL AS A SENIOR (2011): Played 333 of 367 possible minutes in the defensive backline while starting UT’s opening four contests before suffering a high right ankle sprain versus #18 Texas A&M that has forced her to the sidelines...Was on the field for every minute of the matches against Kansas (8/19), Oklahoma (8/21), #8 UCLA (8/26) and played the first 56 minutes of the shutout vs. #18 Texas A&M before subbing off because of the injury. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in four matches for Tennessee and registered 89 total minutes of action in the defensive backline...Was summoned in as a sub to play 40 minutes in the back during the 4-2 loss at #13/12 Florida (10/15) and 21 minutes in the 2-1 defeat at #14/13 South Carolina (10/17)...Played 16 minutes as a sub during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), totaling one of UT’s 43 total shots in the contest...Drew her first action of 2010 as a substitute for 12 minutes during the 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12). AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Saw playing time in 14 matches during 2009, while drawing 10 starts...Also made appearances in six Southeastern Conference matches (two starts)...Subbed in for 21 minutes in the backline at Alabama (10/25)...Received 69 minutes of playing time on defense during the 3-0 home rout of Mississippi State (10/9)... Drew starting nods at #25 West Virginia (9/20), at Arkansas (9/25) and at LSU (9/27)...Played a key role in a UT backline that tallied a shutout streak of 323:36 (starting during the Pepperdine match on Aug. 30th and ending versus Memphis on Sept. 11th -- a span of four contests) and seven clean sheets during 2009...Started both matches against Arizona State (8/28) and Pepperdine (8/30)...Played a part in Tennessee’s defensive effort against ETSU (8/22) by earning a start on the backline and helping limit the Bucs to five total shots in a shutout.

Tournament championship run…Helped hold opponents to just two goals during the conference tournament…Made her NCAA Tournament debut in the loss to Charlotte, playing all 90 minutes. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year varsity letterwinner at South Forsyth High in Cumming, Ga., Brookwood High in Snellville, Ga., and Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch...Led Mountain Vista to a Colorado 5A state quarterfinal berth in 2007…Named firstteam All-Continental League as a senior…Helped South Forsyth to the Georgia 5A State Championship game as a freshman… Guided Brookwood to the state quarterfinals during her sophomore year… Hut played for three years with the GSA Phoenix ‘90 in Georgia…Led the Phoenix to the 2004 and 2005 Region III Premier League Championship…Was a member of the 2004 Georgia State Championship team...Played with Real Colorado, where she was a member of the 2006 U.S. Youth Soccer National title winning team...Also participated on state ODP teams in Kansas and Georgia between 2002-06… Earned a spot in the Region III ODP pool in 2004 and 2005…Was a member of the 2005 Georgia ’89 ODP team that reached the national championships. PERSONAL: Majoring in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at UT…Lists going to ODP National Championships as her biggest thrill in sports…Enjoys shopping, spending time with friends and relaxing when not on the pitch…Models herself after her mother, who she cites as her biggest inspiration…Has two brothers, Sam, 27, and Jacob, 19, and one sister, Amanda, 26…Hannah Caitlin Hut was born Dec. 9, 1989, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Mike and Cathy Hut... Recipient of the Marilyn & Bobbie Elrod Thornton Center Endowed Scholarship.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Made 20 appearances with nine starts on the backline during her rookie campaign…Was a key piece of the defense that recorded six shutouts in 2008…Helped the backline post a goals against average of 1.23 on the year…Saw action in all 11 conference matches, starting three…Assisted on Tennessee’s lone goal in a 1-1 draw with Alabama to record her first career point…Played full time in both the semifinal and final during the Lady Vols’ SEC

 HUT’S CAREER STATS

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OVERALL Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 20/9 14/10 4/0 4/4 42/23

SEC Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS G 11/3 0 6/2 0 2/0 0 Has Not Played 19/5 0

G 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0 0 1

P 1 0 0 0 1

Sh. 2 0 1 1 4

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0

P 1 0 0

Sh. 1 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

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CHELSEA KEPHART 5-6 -- SENIOR -- D CUMMING, GA. -SOUTH FORSYTH HIGH SCHOOL/GA. SOUTHERN AS A SENIOR (2011): Has participated in 10 matches as part of the defensive backline with two starts, totaling 263 minutes of playing time...Played six minutes as a sub during the 4-0 romp over Arkansas (10/2) and 19 minutes in the 2-0 win over Mississippi State (10/9)...Contributed to UT’s defensive effort that posted five straight shutouts for the first time in program history (#18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina) and a school record opponent scoreless streak of 471:10 from Aug. 26-Sept. 23...Received 32 minutes of playing time in the 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina (9/23)...Was credited with her first shot on frame of the year in 39 minutes of time versus Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Saw 17 minutes as a sub during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...Drew the start in the back during the Lady Vols’ 2-0 victory over Middle Tennessee (9/2), playing 45 total minutes...Reaped 59 minutes of action on defense while helping UT to a shutout of high-powered Big 12 defending champion #18 Texas A&M (8/28)...Totaled 27 minutes on the pitch in the 3-1 rout of Oklahoma (8/21)...Started in the backline during the 2-1 (OT) win at Kansas (8/19). AS A JUNIOR (2010): Saw playing time in 14 matches with 11 starts during her initial campaign as a Lady Vol...Totaled four shots with one on frame...Was a key cog in a Big Orange defense that posted a shutout string of 261:12, from the second half of UT’s loss at #14/13 South Carolina through the OT wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24) and into the first half of the 2-1 triumph over Georgia (10/29)... One of four Lady Vols to play all 192 possible minutes during road victories over Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10)...Started and played all 90 minutes at defender in the contests against Vanderbilt (10/1) and Kentucky (10/3)...Subbed in the back for 28 minutes of action in the 1-1 (2OT) tie versus LSU (9/26)...Picked up her first career start at Tennessee during the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24), drawing 22 minutes of playing time at defender...Played 35 minutes as a substitute during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Tallied 52 minutes as a sub and launched a shot on frame against Arizona (9/12) in her first official match action wearing a UT uniform. AS A SOPHOMORE AT GEORGIA SOUTHERN (2009): As a team captain Kephart totaled 19 shots, eight on goal, while starting all 18 of GSU’s matches…Scored her first career goal off a header during the 83rd minute to force overtime in an eventual 2-1 loss against Jack-

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sonville (Sept. 6)…Served as a Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative during her sophomore season. AS A FRESHMAN AT GEORGIA SOUTHERN (2008): Started all 18 matches for the Eagles during her initial campaign…Recorded 10 total shots with five coming on frame… Dished out an assist against the College of Charleston (Oct 12)...Recorded a career high of three shots against The Citadel (Oct 10) and Appalachian State (Oct 19)... Tallied shots during a four-game stretch from Oct. 10-19. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year letter winner at South Forsyth H.S., Kephart helped lead her War Eagle squad to 2004 (undefeated) and 2008 Region 7-AAAAA championships and a pair of runner-up finishes in the Georgia Women’s Soccer State Tournament (2005, 2008)…A four-time all-county selection and a two-year team captain (2007, 2008), she also received “Best Midfielder” honors during her junior and senior campaigns (2007, 2008)…Kephart was tabbed to the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s 2008 All-Northside Team and was named the 2008 War Eagle “Female Athlete of the Year”…She played four years as a captain for the Atlanta Fire United (AFU) Club Team (2004-07), helping lead AFU to the 2006 Georgia State Cup Championship and a 2005 semifinal berth and the 2005 RBC Liberty Soccer Classic crown…Kephart led her Norcross Soccer Association squad to the 2004 Capital Area Soccer League (CASL) Shootout title… Was a member of the Georgia State Olympic Development Program (ODP) player pool during 2005-06…A member of the National Honor Society at S.F.H.S., she also received numerous academic and extracurricular accolades including a U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Business at UT with plans on majoring in business management and international business…Claims to have modeled her game after former U.S. Women’s Soccer legend Michelle Akers...Moment in history she would like to have witnessed would be Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech…Her favorite sports figure is North Carolina head men’s basketball coach Roy Williams while Kansas men’s basketball is her favorite sports team…Has a sister, Andrea, 24…Chelsea Nicole Kephart was born Jan. 4, 1990, in Tulsa, Okla….Her supportive parents are Mike and Sherri Kephart.

 KEPHART’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2008 (at GS) 2009 (at GS) 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 18/18 18/18 14/11 10/2 60/49

G 0 1 0 0 1

A 1 0 0 0 1

P 1 2 0 0 3

Sh. 10 19 4 2 35

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

SEC Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 11/10 3/0 14/10

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

Sh. 3 0 3

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LARA LANGWORTHY 5-7 -- SENIOR -- M/F MURFREESBORO, TENN. -BRENTWOOD ACADEMY AS A SENIOR (2011): Has drawn 166 total minutes of action while playing as a sub against Oklahoma (20 mins. - 8/21), #8 UCLA (seven mins. - 8/26), Middle Tennessee (18 mins. - 9/2), UNC Greensboro (17 mins. - 9/4), Charlotte (16 mins. - 9/9), Coastal Carolina (a season-high 34 mins. - 9/16), #6 Florida (11 mins. - 9/25), Arkansas (32 mins. - 10/2) and Mississippi State (11 mins. 10/9)...Registered her first shot and shot on goal of the season in the 5-0 rout of Charlotte. AS A JUNIOR (2010): Drew playing time during eight matches (two starts), totaling three shots and two on frame...Picked up her second start of the campaign during Tennessee’s 1-0 (2OT) victory over Mississippi State (10/8) and was credited with a shot on goal in her 19 minutes of action...Received 37 minutes as a sub during UT’s 1-0 loss to Kentucky (10/3)...Registered her first start of the year during the 1-1, 2OT tie against LSU (9/26), contributing 18 minutes at forward... Totaled 66 minutes of combined playing time in the midfield for Tennessee during matches against Western Kentucky (12 min.-8/20), at #1 North Carolina (two min.-9/4) versus Arizona (24 min.-9/12) and against Chattanooga (28 min.-9/19). AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Drew starts in the midfield during 14 of her 19 matches played and received playing time in all 11 Southeastern Conference contests (10 starts)...Tallied a single assist during the 2009 campaign...Played 68 minutes in the 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament...Started against #5 South Carolina (10/18), #11 Florida (10/16), #24 Ole Miss (10/11) and at Alabama (10/25)...Was credited with the initial assist of her Lady Vol career on Amy Harrison’s goal at 27:52 to down Kentucky (10/4), 1-0...Subbed into the Western Carolina (9/13) contest and blasted a shot on goal... Drew a start in the midfield and fired off one shot in the 1-0 victory over Wisconsin (9/6) in Minneapolis, Minn....Registered a shot on goal as a starter in the midfield during the 3-2 (2OT) loss to Arizona State (8/28) and entered as a sub versus Pepperdine (8/30)...Started in the midfield for the Big Orange during UT’s 2-0 victory over ETSU (8/22) in the season opener and recorded one shot...Received her second consecutive Academic All-SEC selection.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Saw action in 16 matchess as a rookie rookie, ma making three starts…Served as a valuable reserve on the backline…Part of the defense post a 1.23 goals against average on the year…Helped the Lady Vols record six shutouts…Notched her first appearance in the opener against Chattanooga…Saw all three of her starts come during conference play…Played in eight league matches, including all 103 minutes of the double-overtime loss at Auburn...Received a selection to the SEC Freshman Honor Roll for her work in the classroom. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year letterwinner at Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn….Helped the Eagles to a regional championship in 2006…Served as a captain in 2007…Was forced to sit out her sophomore year due to injury…Earned 2006 and 2007 all-state selections…Was named to the National Christian School Athletic Association All-America Team in 2006…Collected All-South Region honors in 2007, despite suffering a torn ACL...Club credentials include seven state championships with Real Madrid…Helped the squad to four straight state titles from 2004-07...In 2007, Real Madrid earned a regional semifinal berth and was ranked seventh in the nation... Participated with the ODP Regional team in 2006...Also a four-year letterwinner in track and field, reaching the regional championships each year…Earned all-state honors in 2004 and all-region nods from 2005-07. PERSONAL: Majoring in communication studies…Interested in entering the communications studies program…Goal is to eventually join the Peace Corps...Was a volunteer with Junior Girls Bible Study, Big Sister/Little Sister and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation while at Brentwood…Enjoys dancing, running, going to the beach, doing community service and spending time with friends when not on the pitch…Chose Tennessee over SMU, Ole Miss and South Carolina…Has played the piano for over six years…Has one older sister, Megan, 24, and one younger brother, John, 12…Lara Alexandra Langworthy was born Feb. 15, 1990, in Murfreesboro, Tenn…. Daughter of Warren and Lucy Langworthy.

 LANGWORTHY’S CAREER STATS

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OVERALL Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 16/3 19/14 8/2 9/0 52/19

G 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 0 1

P 0 1 0 0 1

Sh. 4 10 3 3 20

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

SEC Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 8/3 11/10 4/2 3/0 26/15

G 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 0 1

P 0 1 0 0 1

Sh. 1 6 1 0 8

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

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EMILY SHORE 5-5 -- SENIOR -- M GAINESVILLE, FLA. -OAK HALL HIGH SCHOOL AS A SENIOR (2011): Has played 788 of 1284 possible minutes and started all 10 matches she’s played in as one of the cornerstones in the Tennessee midfield in 2011...Returned from injury to start during the thrilling, 4-3 (OT) rally past Ole Miss (10/7), earning her initial assist of the season on the very first corner she delivered as Amy Harrison scored via header at the far post at 58:27 to cut UT’s deficit to 3-1...Played 73 minutes in her return from injury versus Ole Miss and 70 minutes in a starting role against Mississippi State (10/9)...Suffered a sprained left ankle in training and missed the first four league contests against South Carolina (9/23), #6 Florida (9/25), at LSU (9/30) and at Arkansas (10/2)...Continues to serve this season as the primary free kick/corner kick taker for the Lady Vols...Was credited with her first three shots of the season in 72 total minutes of action during the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16). AS A JUNIOR (2010): Started 19 of UT’s 20 matches in the midfield... As the squad’s primary corner/free kick taker, Shore led the Lady Vols with five assists to go along with a goal on 16 shots (four on frame)... Played every possible minute during the 1-0 (OT) loss to LSU (11/4) in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal and in the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Recorded her fifth helper of the season on Tanya Emerson’s “golden goal” at 96:27 of the first overtime during UT’s 1-0 (OT) win at Auburn (10/21)...After receiving a pass from Emerson, delivered a perfect ball over the Mississippi State backline to Caroline Brown allowing her the chance to tally the “golden goal” at 102:22 to top the Bulldogs...Delivered another perfect cross off a corner to the back post (for her third assist) where Kylie Bono headed it home at 82:04 to top Vanderbilt (10/1), 1-0...Picked up her second helper over a twomatch stretch by taking the corner that led to Bono’s tying score at 16:41 during the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24)...Was credited with an assist on Bono’s opening goal at 17:48 of the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Scored her first career goal via a penalty kick at 61:03 of the match at #1 North Carolina (9/4) while playing 29 minutes as a midfield substitute. AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Started 14 of 19 matches played in 2009, and drew time in all 11 Southeastern Conference matches...Tallied the first assist and point of her career at UT...Played 101 minutes in UT’s 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) in the SEC Tournament... Started in the midfield and played the entire match at Alabama (10/25)...Recorded a shot while playing all 90 minutes in the midfield against Auburn (10/22)...One of five Lady Vols to play all 200 possible

 SHORE’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 19/9 19/14 20/19 10/10 68/52

G 0 0 1 0 1

A 0 1 5 1 7

P 0 1 7 1 9

Sh. 5 17 16 4 42

SEC Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 11/7 11/9 11/11 2/2 35/29

G 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 4 1 5

P 0 0 4 1 5

Sh. 5 12 9 1 27

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minutes against #11 Florida (10/16) and #5 South Car Carolina li a (10/18) (10/18)... Started and fired three shots during the 3-0 rout of Mississippi State (10/9)...Credited with a pair of shots as a substitute against Arkansas (9/25)...Started in the midfield against Memphis (9/11) and subbed in and directed two shots against Western Carolina (9/13)...Saw action as a substitute during the 0-0 (2OT) tie at #19 Minnesota (9/4)...Drew a starting nod in the midfield against Arizona State (8/28) and entered the contest as head coach Angela Kelly’s initial sub in the 1-0 defeat to Pepperdine (8/30)...Shore recorded the first point of her Lady Vol career by assisting on Mick Imgram’s first goal against ETSU (8/22)... On a cross from the left side by Emily Dowd, Shore managed to get a quick foot on the ball helping settle it to Imgram who then scored the game’s initial goal...Received her second consecutive Academic All-SEC selection. AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Saw time in 19 matches as a rookie, making nine starts…Made her first appearance in the 5-0 win over Chattanooga in the opener…Earned her initial start at UC Santa Barbara, playing 77 minutes…Served as a key reserve on the backline that posted six shutouts and a 1.23 goals against average…Started seven conference matches…Notched all five of her shots during SEC play… Started in the first round of the SEC Tournament against Auburn… Made her NCAA Tournament debut against Charlotte, notching 21 minutes as a substitute. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Spent four years as a captain of the varsity squad at Oak Hall School in Gainesville...Helped the Lady Eagles capture three district championships…Earned the Gainesville Sun Player of the Year Award each year from 2005-07...Scored in every game for Oak Hall during her junior season…Finished her career with 133 goals and 79 assists…Scored five goals in a game as a senior in 2007…Began her club career with the Gainesville Hotshots, serving as a captain for five seasons…Later played with the Countryside Premier Under-17 squad that made the regional finals in 2006-07... Has played with the IMG Academy club team since 2007…Helped IMG to the 2007 Region III Premier League Championship and the 2008 Disney Showcase title...Participated in the ODP regional pool in 2006 and 2007…Member of the ODP state team from 2002-07…Led the Florida ’90 team to the regional title and a spot in ODP National Championships in 2006…Also earned a varsity letter in track as a junior...Was on Oak Hall’s honor roll in her final two years there. PERSONAL: Majoring in political science at UT…Played alongside fellow Lady Vols Chelsea Hatcher and Emily Dowd with IMG Academy… Enjoys fishing and all other water activities…Will face off against former teammates Kayla Grimsley and Lauren Hyden (South Carolina) as well as Lindsay Thompson (Florida) during the SEC season…Chose Tennessee over Florida and Florida State…Has one older sister, Ashley Jones, 31, and one older brother, Danny, 25… Emily Anne Shore was born April 12, 1990, in GainesGWG ville…Daughter of Fred and Kelly Shore...Recipient of 0 the A. Dean & Ann Skadberg Fund for Student-Athlete 0 Academic Excellence. 0 0 0 GWG 0 0 0 0 0 FOLLOW ON TWITTER @LADYVOL_SOCCER /// WWW.UTLADYVOLS.COM

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KYLIE BONO 5-8 -- JUNIOR -- M YORBA LINDA, CALIF. -ESPERANZA HIGH SCHOOL AS A JUNIOR (2011): A midfield stalwart for the Big Orange, Bono has started all 14 matches and played 1131 of 1284 possible minutes...She owns three goals and five assists for 11 total points on 36 shots...Was credited with her fifth helper of the year via Emily Dowd’s match-winner at 15:05 of the 2-0 win over Mississippi State (10/9)...Delivered the assist that led to Chelsea Hatcher’s “golden goal,” completing UT’s thrilling threegoal , second-half comeback to top Ole Miss (10/7), 4-3 (OT)...Fired off four shots, including one on frame, during the 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Caroina (9/23)...Made it three consecutive contests with at least one point (UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina) by scoring her third goal of the season at 12:08 of the 4-0 win over Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Picked up her third assist of the year by helping on Amy Harrison’s tally at 5:18 during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...Registered a three-point effort, including the fourth match-winning goal of her career (43:20) and an assist, in UT’s 2-0 victory at UNC Greensboro (9/4)... Delivered a perfect feed to Chelsea Hatcher up the right wing for her first assist of 2011 to help grant UT a 1-0 lead over #8 UCLA (8/26) at 62:02...Helped set an early tone during the road victory at Oklahoma (8/21), converting a penalty kick at 22:25 for her sixth career goal as Tennessee went on to roll past the Sooners, 3-1...Versus OU, Bono recorded four total shots including one on frame. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Started all 20 of UT’s matches in the midfield and fired 54 total shots, 25 on frame...Ranked third on the Lady Vol squad in both goals (five) and points (13) to go along with three assists...Hit the right post with a potential match-winning shot at 62:44 during UT’s 1-0 (OT) SEC Tournament quarterfinal loss to LSU (11/4)...Picked up her third match-winning goal of the season and fifth score overall by tickling the twine from four yards out at 67:44 to beat Georgia (10/29), 2-1...Recorded three shots, including one on frame, at #14/13 South Carolina (10/17)...With an assist (her third of 2010) on Caroline Brown’s eventual match-winner at Ole Miss (10/10), Bono made it 10 points over a seven-match stretch from Sept. 19Oct. 10...Made it four goals in four-match swing (Chattanooga, Arkansas, LSU, Vanderbilt) and registered her second match-winning goal of the campaign by scoring via a header off a corner kick to the back post at 82:04 to down Vanderbilt (10/1), 1-0...Was named Lady Vol Athlete of the Week for her heroics against the Commodores... Scored her third goal of 2010 off a header at 16:41 to tie the contest against Arkansas (9/24), her third goal in the last two matches for the

Lady Vols...Registered her first two career goals to go along l with an assist during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), only missing a hat trick because of hitting the crossbar twice during the first half...Bono equaled Sanna Saarinen with five points versus the Lady Mocs on the way to posting the first five-point matches for any Lady Vol since Emily Redberg performed the feat back on Oct. 21, 2007, versus Mississippi State...Launched three shots, including one on goal, during UT’s 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12)...Recorded her first career assist and point on Anna Fisher’s goal at 21:11 of the season-opening, 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20). AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Drew five starts out of 16 total contests played during her rookie season...Bono received playing time in eight Southeastern Conference matches...Played 35 minutes off the bench during the 3-0 rout of Mississippi State (10/9), 22 minutes as a sub versus #5 South Carolina (10/18) and also reaped time in relief against both #24 Ole Miss (10/11) and at Alabama (10/25)...Started at #25 West Virginia (9/20)...Started in the midfield against Memphis (9/11) and Western Carolina (9/13), posting three shots and one on frame versus the Tigers...Managed two shots while starting versus Wisconsin (9/6) and one drive as a sub at #19 Minnesota (9/4)...Played as a substitute in UT’s 3-2 (2OT) loss against Arizona State (8/28) and started at defender versus Pepperdine (8/30), being credited with one shot...One of five Lady Vol freshmen to earn playing time in the regular season opener against ETSU (8/22)...Entered the match-up in relief and helped the backline limit the Bucs to just five shots and no goals. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year letterwinner at Esperanza High School in Anaheim, Calif., Kylie Bono was a 5-8 forward and threetime all-league selection out of Yorba Linda...As a freshman and junior, Bono led the Aztecs to the Sunset League title, earning the league’s offensive MVP award from 2007-09...In 2008-09, Bono led Esperanza in goals and assists, guiding it to the quarterfinals of the California Interscholastic League (CIF) Southern Section Championships...Bono also comes from Slammers FC where she helped the club and fellow Lady Vol Jayden Barrett to five Surf Cup titles, two state championships, the 2008 Region IV crown and a runner-up finish at U.S. Youth Nationals...She also traveled with Slammers to Sweden in 2005, where it topped IF Brommapojkarna of Sweden to capture the Gothia World Youth Cup...Bono is also a three-year letterwinner and two-time captain for the Esperanza track team, boasting a 400-meter best time of 59 seconds.

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OVERALL Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 16/5 20/20 14/14 50/39

G 0 5 3 8

A 0 3 5 8

P 0 13 11 24

Sh. 8 54 36 98

GWG 0 3 1 4

SEC Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 8/0 11/11 6/6 25/17

G 0 3 0 3

A 0 1 2 3

P 0 7 2 9

Sh. 1 34 16 51

GWG 0 2 0 2

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PERSONAL: Enrolled in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at UT…A strong student during her stay at Esperanza H.S., Bono was a silver award member for owning a GPA from 3.0-3.9...Chose to come to play soccer at Tennessee over Texas, California and Ohio State... Among former teammates who have played collegiate soccer are Courtney Garcia (USC), Mary Grace Schmidt (Texas A&M) and Lindsay Brown (Notre Dame)...Has an older brother, Justin, 23, who played baseball at UCSD... Kylie Katherine Bono was born April 27, 1991, in Fullerton, Calif….Daughter of Tony and Gina Bono...Recipient of the P. Kay Coleman & Janice Montle Women’s Soccer Scholarship Endowment.


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ALI HALL 5-7 -- JUNIOR -- D HAWTHORN WOODS, ILL. -ADLAI STEVENSON HIGH SCHOOL AS A JUNIOR (2011): Has played in 10 contests with nine consecutive starts for the Lady Vols in the defensive backline dating back to Sept. 4...Started and was on the pitch for all 829 combined minutes against UNC Greensboro (9/4), Charlotte (9/9), Coastal Carolina (9/16), South Carolina (9/23), #6 Florida (9/25), LSU (9/30), Arkansas (10/2), Ole Miss (10/7) and Mississippi State (10/9)...Contributed to Tennessee’s school record five straight shutouts and 471:10 opponent scoreless skein over a stretch from Aug. 26-Sept. 23...Hit the crossbar with a sliding shot from about eight yards out at 54:36 during the 2-0 triumph over Middle Tennessee (9/2)...Returned to the pitch the weekend of Sept. 2 & 4, playing 56 minutes against Middle Tennessee (9/2) before drawing the start and playing all 90 minutes in the 2-0 win at UNC Greensboro (9/4). AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Started 10 of 11 matches, played 873 minutes and totaled 11 shots for Tennessee from the defensive backline during 2010...Tallied a goal, two assists and four total points...Did not see action over the remainder of the season following 90 minutes of playing time in the match versus Kentucky (10/3) while dealing with a foot injury...Her header off the crossbar against LSU was finished off on the rebound by Amy Harrison at 18:59 of the 1-1, 2OT tie versus LSU (9/26), marking Hall’s second assist of the season...Tallied three points by recording the first goal of her career off a header at 30:05 and also assisting on Kylie Bono’s first score (17:48) during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Hit the right post with a header early in the second half of the 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20), one of her three shots in the contest. AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Played in 19 matches, starting 10, during her initial campaign as a member of the Big Orange...Registered a pair of assists while recording 17 total shots and three on frame...Played 101 minutes in the backline during Tennessee’s 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament, also tallying a pair of shots... Played 29 minutes at Alabama (10/25)...Credited with a shot against #5 South Carolina (10/18) in 30 minutes of sub work and garnered 38 valuable experience minutes versus #11 Florida (10/16)...Subbed in against both Mississippi State (10/9) and Ole Miss (10/11), seeing 80 minutes of action versus the latter...Recorded her second assist of 2009 on Chelsea Hatcher’s goal against Western Carolina (9/13)...

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Was a big contributor on defense during UT’s shutoutt skein 323:36 k i off 3 from Pepperdine (8/30) through almost 60 minutes against Memphis (9/11)...Drew a red card for a collision in midfield at 58:52 against #19 Minnesota (9/4)...Tallied the first point of her career at UT by assisting on fellow freshman Jayden Barrett’s goal against Arizona State (8/28) that granted the Big Orange a 2-0 lead at 53:50...As a freshman Hall earned a start in her very first match at Rocky Top during Tennessee’s 2-0 shutout of ETSU (8/22), helping the backline limit the Bucs to just five shots overall and three on goal...Also posted three total shots in the match with ETSU. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Hailing from Hawthorn Woods, Ill., Ali Hall was a 5-7 defender and a four-year letterwinner at Adlai Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill...In 2008, Hall led the Patriots to a section title while earning all-conference, all-area, all-state and allsection honors...Hall played her club soccer with Eclipse Select...The 2007 NSCAA/adidas All-American helped guide Eclipse to a national championship (2005), three appearances in the national finals (last in 2010), two U.S. Youth Soccer Region II titles, the 2008 Illinois state title, the 2008 Disney Showcase U18-19 championship, second place at the U17 Nationals and both 2008 U17 regional and state titles...Hall has participated in U.S. Youth National Team training camp five times and was an ODP national pool player in 2005 & 2006...Hall was also selected to the Region II ODP pool in 2004 and 2005. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences…Considering opening a business after her collegiate career…Aspires to make the U.S. women’s national team…Chose to attend Tennessee over Santa Clara…Models herself after former U.S. National Team player Michelle Akers on the pitch…Has played the piano for over five years... Had both an uncle and a grandfather that played football for Drake University...Has one sister: Lauren…Alexandria Elizabeth Hall was born March 27, 1991, in Parkridge, Ill.…Parents are Hilton and Karin Hall...Recipient of the Dr. Sheryl Cowan Women’s Athletic Endowed Scholarship.

 HALL’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 19/10 11/10 10/9 40/29

G 0 1 0 1

A 2 2 0 4

P 2 4 0 6

Sh. 17 11 8 36

GWG 0 0 0 0

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GP/GS 11/2 3/2 6/6 20/10

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 1

P 0 1 0 1

Sh. 5 3 2 10

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AMY HARRISON 5-6 -- JUNIOR -- M WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA -VINCENT MASSEY COLLEGIATE AS A JUNIOR (2011): Has started all 14 contests, playing 1199 of 1284 possible minutes in the midfield for Tennessee...Currently owns two goals and one assist on 19 shots... Started UT’s thrilling comeback from a three-goal deficit against Ole Miss (10/7) by heading home a corner kick at 58:27 of an eventual 4-3 (OT) win over the Rebels...Delivered a perfect cross that was cashed in for her first assist of 2011 by Emily Dowd at 18:46 of the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Slammed home her initial goal of the year from 14 yards out just 5:18 in during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...In playing all 90 minutes at UNC Greensboro, launched three of the Lady Vols’ 16 total shots...Was credited with a shot on goal during UT’s 2-0 victory over Middle Tennessee (9/2)...Posted a pair of shots, including one on frame, during the 2-1 defeat to #8 UCLA (8/26)...Was also credited with single shots at Kansas (8/19) and vs. #18 Texas A&M (8/28). AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Started 16 of her 19 matches for Tennessee in the midfield during 2010...Totaled two goals and four points on 24 total shots, 10 on frame...Returned from an injury to draw 44 minutes of action in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal contest versus LSU (11/4)...Only played 10 minutes against Georgia (10/29) before coming off the pitch with a lingering injury...With Tennessee trailing 4-2 during the second half at #13/12 Florida (10/15), Harrison launched a header that was going in the upper right corner of the net at 72:35 but was saved at the last second by a leaping UF defender... Totaled three shots, including one on goal, in 86 minutes during the 1-0 victory over Vanderbilt (10/1)...Scored for the second time in three matches by tickling the twine at 18:59 of the 1-1, 2OT deadlock against LSU (9/26), her fourth career score...Found paydirt for the first time in 2010 from six yards out at 39:17 off a feed from Alexis Owens during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Appeared to score off a rebound of Ali Hall’s second half header in the season opener versus Western Kentucky (8/20), but was ruled offside. AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Was tabbed as a Southeastern Conference All-Freshman choice after leading Tennessee with four assists to go along with a pair of goals and eight points during her initial campaign at Rocky Top...Started 19 of 20 matches in the midfield...Was second on the team in points (seven) during SEC action...Was credited with a shot in 101 minutes of playing time versus #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament...Had a late shot versus Georgia (10/30) get saved by a diving keeper and rattle off the right post with approximately 30 seconds remaining as UT lost 2-1...Picked up her team-high fourth

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assist of the year on Jayden Barrett’s goal at 69:45 in the defeat at Georgia...Scored her second career goal and match-winner by hammering a shot in the back of the twine at 10:15 of the contest at Alabama (10/25)...Contributed 79 minutes of effort in the midfield during the 3-1 loss to Auburn (10/22)...Fired a shot on goal during a 74-minute stint of playing time versus #11 Florida (10/16)...Recorded the first two-assist game of her career in the 3-0 rout of Mississippi State (10/9), helping on Chelsea Hatcher’s game winner at 15:15 and on Mick Imgram’s second goal of the match at 56:07...Was chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week (10/5) for her efforts at UK...Scored her first career goal (her initial match-winner) at 27:52 on the road at Kentucky (10/4) as Tennessee prevailed, 1-0...Got credit for her initial career assist on Imgram’s match-winner against Memphis (9/11) at 87:14 of regulation...Also returned from an illness to start in the midfield against #19 Minnesota (9/4) and Wisconsin (9/6)...Fired four of Tennessee’s 19 total shots at Golden Gopher goalkeeper Cat Parkhill on Sept. 4...Drew starts in both matches against Arizona State (8/28) and Pepperdine (8/30), but was forced to leave the latter at halftime with an illness...One of five Lady Vol freshmen to get playing time in the regular season opener against ETSU (8/22)...Entered the contest as a sub and managed two total shots and one on frame. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, native Amy Harrison was a 5-7 midfielder and member of the Canadian Under-17 Women’s World Cup squad...Harrison traveled with Team Canada to the 2008 FIFA U17 World Cup in New Zealand, starting two contests and seeing time in each of the squad’s four matches before it was bounced out in the quarterfinals by Germany...She now has nine career caps for Canada in international competition...Harrison competed with the U17 team for two years and gave an impressive performance in the 2008 CONCACAF Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago, helping Canada finish third and qualify for the World Cup with two goals in group play, including the game winner against Jamaica...Prior to joining the U17 squad, Harrison spent 2006 training and competing with Canada’s U15-16 team...Harrison is also a Manitoba Provincial Team veteran, spending each summer from 2003-07 at tournaments with Manitoba squads, earning the 2009 Manitoba Soccer Association President’s Award for her efforts....As a five-year captain with Winnipeg South End United, Harrison helped her club squad to the 2008 Manitoba Championship and three straight city and league championships between 2005 and 2007...In 2006, Harrison took home both the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association and South End United Player of the Year Awards after garnering MVP honors at the Golden Boy International Tournament, where South End United claimed the U18 girls’ title...Harrison played high school soccer with Shattuck St. Mary’s in Faribault, Minn., and played ice hockey for Vincent Massey Collegiate in Winnipeg.

OVERALL Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 20/19 19/16 14/14 53/49

G 2 2 2 6

A 4 0 1 5

P 8 4 5 17

Sh. 23 24 19 66

GWG 2 0 0 2

SEC Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 11/11 11/10 6/6 28/27

G 2 1 1 4

A 3 0 0 3

P 7 2 2 11

Sh. 14 20 7 41

GWG 2 0 0 2

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PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Business at UT… Among her soccer ambitions are to receive a nod to join the Canadian National Team and win the FIFA World Cup…Lists competing for Team Canada in the inaugural Women’s U17 FIFA World Cup as her biggest thrill to date in soccer...Plays hockey as a hobby...Picked UT over UCF, Wisconsin and UTEP...Has a brother, Mark, 21… Born Aug. 5, 1991, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada... Parents are Ian and Wendy Harrison...Recipient of the Wayne Basler Women’s Soccer Endowed Scholarship.


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ALEXIS OWENS 5-6 -- JUNIOR -- D/F CARMEL, IND. -CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL AS A JUNIOR (2011): Has totaled 537 minutes of action as a sub up top while playing in all 14 Tennessee matches with two starts (#6 Florida, LSU)...Possesses four goals and an assist for nine points on 11 shots with seven of those on frame... Named the Soccer America Women’s National Player of the Week (9/27), the NSCAA/Disney National Soccer Player of the Week (9/28), one of CollegeSoccer360.com’s Primetime Performers of the Week (9/27), to Top Drawer Soccer’s National Team of the Week (9/26) and as the Southeastern Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/26) after her hat trick performance against the Gators...Owens scored on all three shots she took versus UF and tallied the eventual match-winner at 35:48...Played the match of her collegiate career during the 4-2 win over #6 Florida (9/25), recording the first Lady Vol hat trick (and 10th in program history) since Kayla Lockaby turned the feat back on Sept. 8, 2002...Played 50 minutes during the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Picked up her first assist of the year by delivering a perfect cross that was cashed in by Caroline Brown at 32:48 of the 5-0 rout over Charlotte (9/9)...Scored her initial goal of the season via a through ball up the middle from Kylie Bono at 82:22 to seal the 2-0 win at UNC Greensboro (9/4)...Drew the crucial penalty kick, via a tripping call inside the 18 by keeper Jordan Day, at 34:16 against #18 Texas A&M (8/28) as the Lady Vols went on to upset the Big 12 defending champion Aggies, 1-0...Was credited with a shot during a season-high 34 minutes of playing time in UT’s 2-1 (OT) win at Kansas (8/19). AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Received playing time in 16 of Tennessee’s contests with two starts, one in the midfield versus #1 North Carolina (9/4) and one at forward vs. Kentucky (10/3)...Tallied a goal and two assists on just six total shots, five on frame...Picked up her second assist of the campaign on Kylie Bono’s winning score at 67:44 during the 2-1 victory over Georgia (10/29)...Played 25 minutes in the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24) and 19 minutes during the 1-1, 2OT tie against LSU (9/26)...Picked up her first career assist on Amy Harrison’s score at 39:17 of the 8-0 victory over Chattanooga (9/19)...Appeared to have netted the equalizer at 81:27 of Tennessee’s eventual 1-0 loss to Wisconsin (9/17), but was ruled offside on the play...Delivered the match-tying goal (the first of her career) off a feed from teammate

 OWENS’ CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 18/3 16/2 14/2 48/7

G 0 1 4 5

A 0 2 1 3

P 0 4 9 13

Sh. 2 6 11 19

SEC Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 10/3 7/1 6/2 23/6

G 0 0 3 3

A 0 1 0 1

P 0 1 6 7

Sh. 1 1 7 9

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Tori Bailey at 57:31 to start UT’s 2-1 comeback victory over Richmond during the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic. AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Started three matches while receiving playing time in 18 contests during her initial campaign in the Orange & White...Was credited with two total shots, one on frame in 2009... Participated in 10 of UT’s 11 SEC match-ups...Played 56 minutes as a sub against Alabama (10/25)...Started at forward during the 1-1 (2OT) tie against Ole Miss (10/11), tallying a shot on goal in 19 minutes of action...Actually started as a defender against Arkansas (9/25) before returning to forward versus LSU (9/27)...Subbed in for playing time versus #19 Minnesota (9/4), Wisconsin (9/6), Memphis (9/11) and Western Carolina (9/13)...Saw action as a substitute against Arizona State (8/28) and Pepperdine (8/30)...Posted a shot and, as a substitute, earned her first career cap wearing the Orange & White in a 2-0 season-opening win over ETSU (8/22)...Was named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A two-sport athlete at Carmel H.S., in Carmel, Ind., Owens earned nine varsity letters during her interscholastic career, including two as a varsity manager for the basketball team... Played a part in three straight conference championship teams (2006-08), one regional (2007) and one sectional titlist (2007)...A three-time All-Hamilton County soccer selection (2007-09)...Chosen 2007-08 Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) and was a 2008 Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) state finalist in track as well as a 2008 IHSAA All-State choice...In 2009, was the “Most Valuable Female Athlete” for track at Carmel H.S., as well as Hamilton County’s “Top Scoring Female Athlete”...Helped her track squad to a 2009 Hamilton County championship...Was a two-time state finalist in the 400-meter dash...Played club soccer for the Dynamo, the Indy Revolution and the Carmel United-Sparx...Was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars and the recipient of the Youth in Community Service Award at Carmel H.S. PERSONAL: Majoring in business management at Tennessee…Her father Barrington is currently listed as a Board Associate on the Board of Visitors for the University of Tennessee’s Arts & Sciences Department...Lists beating rival Noblesville in the run up to the 2007-08 state tourney as her biggest thrill in soccer to date...Her cousin, Horace Owens, is currently an assistant men’s basketball coach at LaSalle University (Pa.)... Has one sister: Alexandria, 25…Alexis Nicole Owens was born on July 18, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn.…Her parents are Barrington and Cassandra Owens. GWG 0 0 1 1 GWG 0 0 1 1 FOLLOW ON TWITTER @LADYVOL_SOCCER /// WWW.UTLADYVOLS.COM

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JESSICA ROLFS 5-11 -- R-SOPHOMORE -- GK NORMAL, ILL. -NORMAL COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (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). AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2010): Suffered a broken left arm during preseason training and didn’t see playing time during the 2010 season for the Lady Vols.

Roll student at Normal Community H.S., Rolfs also participated in the Spanish Club, Key Club and the ROCS Mentor Program. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Business and interested in studying statistics at UT…Enjoys reading and watching movies when not on the pitch…Has modeled her game after current U.S. Men’s National team goalkeeper Tim Howard...Has two brothers, Adam, 19, and Jake, 16…Jessica Lynn Rolfs was born on February 11, 1991, in Normal, Ill., to Phil and Jane Rolfs.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Saw no game action during her rookie campaign and redshirted...Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll for her efforts in the classroom. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Hailing from Normal, Ill., Jessica Rolfs was a four-year letterwinner at Normal Community High School...A twoyear captain with the Lady Ironmen, Rolfs helped lead her squad to the 2007 and 2009 intercity and regional titles...During 2009, the Lady Ironmen advanced to the elite eight while earning a sectional title, the farthest the school has ever advanced in women’s soccer... Rolfs was a four-time first team all-Big 12 Conference selection, a twotime all-section team member and was named to the all-state squad following her senior season...She also garnered four straight conference scholar athlete awards from 2006-09...Rolfs posted a combined 29 shutouts over her final two campaigns, notching a 36-8-0 record during that span...A member of the KUFC Cosmos, Rolfs guided her U18 squad to the 2008 Illinois State Cup championship, topping the Eclipse Select in the final...Rolfs also helped KUFC to a runner-up performance at 2007 U.S. Club Soccer nationals and to back-to-back U.S. Club Soccer Region D championships in 2005 and 2006...An Honor

 ROLFS’ CAREER STATS OVERALL Year GP/GS Min. GA 2009 Redshirted 2010 Did Not Play 2011 1/0 6:15 0 Totals 1/0 6:15 0 SEC Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals 22

GP/GS Min. GA Redshirted Did Not Play Has Not Played 0/0 0:00 0

GAA

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ShO

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0-0-0 0-0-0

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GAA

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ShO

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RB WYATT 5-8 -- R-SOPHOMORE -- GK AIKEN, S.C. -SOUTH AIKEN HIGH SCHOOL AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2011): Took over in relief between the pipes for the last 8:56 of the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16), helping finish off UT’s school record fifth consecutive shutout. AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2010): Received her first 13 minutes of collegiate action between the pipes during the second half of the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19) by combining with senior keeper Molly Baird on the shutout. AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Saw no game action during her rookie campaign and was redshirted...Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll for her efforts in the classroom. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A two-sport letterwinner at South Aiken High School in Aiken S.C., Wyatt played four years of soccer and two seasons of basketball...A nominee for South Carolina Gatorade State Player of the Year for soccer in 2009, Wyatt was chosen in both 2008 & 2009 as an Augusta Chronicle all-area selection...After reaping a second team nod in ‘08, she nabbed a first team selection as a goalkeeper after posting eight shutouts and a 0.76 GAA during her senior campaign... In 2008, Wyatt was tabbed as a Top Three 4-A keeper in South Carolina and shared duties in setting a school record for single-season shutouts...Helped guide her squad to the Airport H.S. Lady Eagle Classic title in 2009 with a 13-2 record...On the hardwood, Wyatt served one year as a captain for the basketball team at South Aiken, received a selection as the team’s Defensive MVP in 2007...Helped her club team,

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the Augusta Arsenal, to the 2009 Aiken Cup championship and both the 2007 Red Star Challenge and Sugar and Spice titles. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources…Majoring in Animal Science/Bioscience…Lists Lady Vol basketball head coach Pat Summitt as her biggest sports influence because of her passion for her sport and teaching...Wyatt’s grandfather, aunt, father, mother and brother all attended the University of Tennessee…Excelled in the classroom at Aiken as part of the school’s honor roll, reaped a scholar-athlete award, was a member of the national Honor Society as was chosen as a Wendy’s High School Heisman school winner...Chose to come to Tennessee over Georgia, Clemson and the College of Charleston...Has two older brothers, Zachary, 32, and Adam, 29…Rebecca (RB) Suzanne Wyatt was born Oct. 25, 1990, in Aiken, S.C….Daughter of Doug and Mary Sue Wyatt.

 WYATT’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year GP/GS Min. GA 2009 Redshirted 2010 1/0 12:42 0 2011 1/0 8:56 0 Totals 2/0 21:38 0 SEC Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS Min. GA Redshirted Did Not Play Has Not Played 0/0 0:00 0

GAA

Saves

Save%

Record

ShO

0.00 0.00 0.00

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

0 0 0

GAA

Saves

Save%

Record

ShO

0.00

0

.000

0-0-0

0

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TORI BAILEY 4-11 -- SOPHOMORE -- M/D FENTON, MICH. -FENTON HIGH SCHOOL AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Has started all 14 matches as a newlyconverted member of UT’s defensive backline, having played 1247 of 1284 possible minutes this season... Was a key cog in UT’s backline that posted a school record five straight shutouts (#18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina) and a school record opponent scoreless streak of 471:10 that stretched from Aug. 26-Sept. 23...Helped Tennessee to a blanking of high-powered Big 12 champion #18 Texas A&M, 1-0 (8/28). AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Started nine of her 19 matches in the midfield or up top...Registered a goal and two assists on just eight shots, four on frame...Was credited with a shot on goal during 15 minutes of playing time in the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Drew action as a substitute in the overtime wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24)...Played 16 minutes as a sub against Vanderbilt (10/1) and eight minutes versus Kentucky (10/3)...After assisting on Alexis Owens’ tying goal against Richmond (8/29), Bailey launched a shot from approximately 22 yards out that ricocheted off the left post and then a surprised keeper’s head before bouncing into the twine at 68:23 for her first career goal and match-winner...Was tabbed to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team for her efforts against #12 Maryland (8/27) and Richmond...Posted her first career helper and point on Chelsea Hatcher’s goal just 3:33 into the WKU contest...Her first match at Tennessee also proved to be her first career collegiate start as Bailey played 64 minutes during the season opening 3-0 victory over Western Kentucky (8/20).

freshman) at Fenton H.S…On the pitch Bailey has ttoiled il d ffor numerous seasons with the Michigan Olympic Development Program (ODP, 2004-09), for three years with the Region II ODP, as part of adidas ESP and served as part of the U.S. National Pool back in 2005…In her travels with the ODP program, Bailey got the opportunity to venture through both Europe and Brazil playing soccer…She also played club soccer for the Vardar Soccer Club U-18 and for numerous seasons with the Michigan Hawks (U-9 through U-17)…A long-time captain, Bailey helped guide the Hawks to a 2006 State Cup Championship, while picking up Most Valuable Player honors, and a third place finish at nationals…Proved her ability in the classroom at Fenton H.S. by receiving high academic honors (for a 3.75 GPA or above) during all four years of her high school career…Bailey was chosen to the National Honor Society, participated as a mentor and tutor and was part of the 2009 Fenton Homecoming Court. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at UT...Bailey’s mother ran track and cross country for Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich., setting several records in the process…Chose Tennessee from a group of high-profile soccer programs that included Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan State…Lists country star Taylor Swift as her favorite musician…Has a brother, Matthew, 23, and a sister, Amanda, 20…Victoria Margaret Bailey was born Dec. 30, 1991, in Flint, Mich….Her parents are Michael and Dawnali Bailey...Recipient of the James H. Thomas Women’s Soccer Scholarship Endowment.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Bailey ventured to Rocky Top as a highly decorated player out of Fenton High School in Fenton, Michigan…The 4-11 midfielder/forward tallied an impressive 39 goals and 38 assists during her interscholastic career while helping the 2009 Fenton soccer squad to Metro league, district and regional championships and her 2008 team to the Michigan state semifinals…A 2009 honorable mention ESPN/RISE Magazine All-American, a 2009 Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) “Dream Team” choice, and a four-time all-Metro and Division II All-State selection in soccer, Bailey also excelled in a myriad of other sports…She finished ninth overall in the 2004 AAU National Cross Country Championships, won a 2004 Junior Golf Club title and played both basketball and volleyball (as a

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OVERALL Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 19/9 14/14 33/23

G 1 0 1

A 2 0 2

P 4 0 4

Sh. 8 4 12

GWG 1 0 1

SEC Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 10/1 6/6 16/7

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

Sh. 1 2 3

GWG 0 0 0

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CAROLINE BROWN 5-9 -- SOPHOMORE -- M/F HERSHEY, PA. -HERSHEY HIGH SCHOOL AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Currently tied for the Lady Vol lead in goals (10), and is first in assists (seven), points (27) and match-winners (five) while starting all 14 matches at forward... Of her 13 career goals over 32 contests played, a staggering seven of them have served as match-winners...Rated fifth in all of NCAA Division I in match-winning goals (as of 10/4)...On Oct. 9, joined Emily Dowd in becoming the first Lady Vol duo to record double-figure goal totals in the same campaign since 1998 and only the second such scoring duo in UT history...Blasted home the crucial tying goal at 79:53 (her 10th) and also dished a helper as Tennessee rallied from a three-goal deficit to record a stunning, 4-3 (OT) victory over Ole Miss (10/7)...Picked up her sixth assist of the year via Dowd’s match-winner just 6:44 in and scored herself at 69:22 to finalize the offensive onslaught during the 4-0 rout at Arkansas (10/2)...Assisted on scores by Dowd (22:37) and Alexis Owens (85:11) as UT powered past #6 Florida, 4-2 (9/25)...Blasted home the tying goal during the 54th minute of the eventual 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina (9.23)...Set the tone just 4:04 into the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16) by beating her defender near the right endline and scoring from seven yards out...Continued her incredible early season offensive production by registering her second two-goal effort of the year, including the eventual winner just 1:51 in, during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...Picked up her initial two-assist game at Rocky Top by delivering perfect feeds from the left wing to the back post for both Dowd goals during the 2-0 win over Middle Tennessee (9/2) and in the process surpassed her entire 2010 point output in just five matches in 2011...Also did stellar work inside the 18-yard box versus MTSU to earn a penalty kick call at 70:16... Needed just four contests to surpass her goal tally from 19 contests as a freshman in 2010 (three goals, eight points)...Was chosen to the First Tennessee Classic All-Tournament Team...Scored her second penalty kick of the campaign at 34:16 of the match against #18 Texas A&M (8/28) as her try from the spot hit the Aggie keeper before caroming on into the twine as the eventual winning score...Tantalizingly hit the left post with a 22-yard drive at 20:21 of the eventual 2-1 loss to #8 UCLA (8/26)...For her match-winning efforts at Kansas and Oklahoma, Brown was honored as the Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Week as well as one of just eight national “Primetime Performers of the Week” by CollegeSoccer360.com...Proved deadly at Oklahoma (8/21), hurting the Sooners with her first career two-goal match via scores at 59:45 (match-winner) and 65:38 as UT rolled past OU, 3-1... Picked up her first goal of the season via penalty kick at 97:16 in overtime as UT downed Kansas (8/19). AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Saw action in the midfield in 18 matches with one start versus #24 Arizona State (9/10)...Ranked fourth on the Lady Vol squad with eight points on three goals and two assists, while recording 22 total shots, 10 on frame...Fired a pair of shots on frame in 60 minutes of work during the 1-0 (OT) loss to LSU (11/4) in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal...Drew 39 minutes of action in the midfield during the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Was chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week

 BROWN’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 18/1 14/14 32/15

G 3 10 13

A 2 7 9

P 8 27 35

Sh. 22 40 62

SEC Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 9/0 6/6 15/6

G 2 3 5

A 0 4 4

P 4 10 14

Sh. 9 15 24

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for her match-winning heroics at Mississippi State (10/8) and Ole Miss (10/10), despite not starting either contest...Made it two match-winning tallies in a row by scoring at 23:06 to break a tie during the Big Orange’s eventual 3-1 triumph at Ole Miss (10/10)...Scored her first career SEC goal and, in the process, her initial “golden goal” at 102:22 of UT’s 1-0 (2OT) win at Mississippi State (10/8)...Recorded an assist on Emily Dowd’s second goal during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Was credited with her first career assist on Dowd’s goal at 23:18 of the match at #24 ASU... Drew her first collegiate action as a sub and scored her first career goal at 69:42 during the season-opening, 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A midfielder out of Hershey, Pa., Brown arrived at Tennessee with numerous accolades in tow, finishing her interscholastic career at Hershey H.S. with a school-record 93 career goals…Reaped a No. 58 ranking in Top Drawer Soccer’s 2010 National Top 100 Girls and a No. 2 nod on the organization’s Region I listings, respectively, as well as a rating as a four-star “Player to Watch”…Was chosen as one of ESPN/RISE Magazine’s Top 2010 Players in the state of Pennsylvania and picked up a selection to the 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Girls High School All-America Team as a forward…Helped lead Hershey High School to four consecutive Keystone Division titles, the 2008 & 2010 Mid-Penn Conference championships, the 2009 Pennsylvania State semifinals (21-3-1 and NSCAA rating of No. 19) and the 2010 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) AAA State Championship (over Cumberland Valley) with a 27-1 record and No. 3 national NSCAA ranking…During her senior campaign, Brown was chosen to the 2010 NSCAA Pennsylvania All-State Team, reaped her third career selection to the Patriot News “Big 11” Team (2008, 2009, 2010) while being selected as both the Mid-Penn Conference and Keystone Division Player of the Year…She reaped 2009 NSCAA/adidas High School Girls All-Region II Team status as well as nods to the ESPN/RISE All-American Team as an honorable mention choice, to the Pennsylvania State Coaches Association (PSCA) All-State Team and was named as the Keystone Division Player of the Year after a junior season that saw her tally a staggering 29 goals and 12 assists…Brown was tabbed three times as a Mid-Penn Conference First Team All-Star (2008, 2009, 2010)…She participated with the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA) Olympic Development Program (ODP) (2003-08) and Region I ODP (2007-08) teams and at the adidas ESP camp in California (2008)…Among the numerous titles she has won as part of the Hershey Attack Soccer Club are 2004, 2007 and 2009 State Cup Championships, the 2006 Region I title, the 2009 Disney College Showcase and Discovery Cup titles and the 2006 Region I Premier League crown…At Hershey H.S. Brown was a member of both the National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society and the Distinguished Honor Roll…She also received the school’s “Most Athletic Girl” and the Marine Corps’ Distinguished Student-Athlete awards. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at UT with plans on majoring in sports management… Owns major family ties to the University of Tennessee as her grandfather (Donald Yates), father, mother and sister all possess various degrees from Rocky Top while her brother (senior) is currently enrolled at Tennessee…Enjoys hobbies including art and photography during her time off the pitch…Lists country group Rascal Flatts as her favorite musical artist…Has one sister, Rebecca, 23, and a brother, Jonathan, 21…Caroline Rose Brown was born Jan. 4, 1992, GWG in Bluefield, W. Va….Her parents are David and Donna 2 Brown...Recipient of the Ned & Lorna Matheny Women’s 5 Soccer Scholarship Endowment. 7

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CAROLINE CAPOCACCIA 5-7 -- SOPHOMORE -- D MEMPHIS, TENN. -ST. AGNES ACADEMY AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Has played 749 total minutes on defense (11 matches and nine starts)...Was on the pitch for a career-high 92 minutes during the 4-3 (OT) win over Ole Miss (10/7) and 71 ticks of the clock in the 2-0 victory over Mississippi State (10/9)...Started and played 45 minutes at LSU (9/30) and all 90 minutes at Arkansas (10/2)...Helped UT post a school record five consecutive shutouts and a program record 471:10 opposition scoreless streak, stretching from Aug. 26-Sept. 23...Started against both South Carolina (9/23) and #6 Florida (9/25), playing 90 minutes in the 4-2 win over the Gators...Drew 73 minutes as a starter in the back during UT’s 5-0 whitewashing of Charlotte (9/9) and 77 minutes in the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)...Picked up her first career start on defense, helping Tennessee to a 2-0 blanking at UNC Greensboro (9/4)...Subbed in versus Middle Tennessee for 45 total minutes of action during the 2-0 victory over the Blue Raiders (9/2)...Garnered her initial action of 2011 by drawing six minutes off the bench in the back during Tennessee’s 1-0 upset of #18 Texas A&M (8/28). AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Saw the initial playing time of her career clad in the Orange & White by receiving 13 minutes of action on defense during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19).

matches…Was tabbed as one of ESPN/RISE Magazine’s Top Players in the state of Tennessee (2010)…A member of The Commercial Appeal’s “Best of the Preps” listing in 2007 and a finalist for player of the year in 2009, she was twice named both the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) West Region Defender of the Year (2007, 2009) and a TSSAA All-West Region selection (2007, 2009)…Received nods to the 2007, 2008 & 2009 Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Division II All-State squads and was nominated for the EastWest Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association (THSSCA) All-Star Game…At the club level, Capocaccia played for the Fury Soccer Club, where she was part of a 2007 Tennessee State title, as well as for both the MidSouth and Collierville Lobos Soccer Clubs…Was a member of both the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society and an Academic All-Star in Science while graduating summa cum laude from St. Agnes Academy. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT with plans on majoring in biology…Aspires to become a doctor following her playing days at Rocky Top…Lists skiing as a hobby she enjoys off the pitch…Chose to venture to Tennessee over Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Memphis…Has two sisters: Suzanne, 16, and Melissa, 15…Caroline Michelle Capocaccia was born February 29, 1992, in Memphis, Tenn….Her parents are Robert and Sarah Capocaccia.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: An in-state product out of St. Agnes Academy in Memphis, Tenn., defender Caroline Capocaccia helped guide her high school program to a pair of Division II AA Tennessee State Soccer Championships in 2006 (23-0 record) and 2009 (17-0-4 record), being named the Most Valuable Player in the latter event as the St. Agnes Academy defense permitted just one goal over three state tourney

 CAPOCACCIA’S CAREER STATS

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OVERALL Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 1/0 11/9 12/9

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

Sh. 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

SEC Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS G Did Not Play 6/6 0 6/6 0

A

P

Sh.

GWG

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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SANNA SAARINEN 5-5 -- SOPHOMORE -- M/F ESPOO, FINLAND -ETELA-TAPIOLA AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): A late returnee to campus while finishing up a stint playing in her native Finland...Has played in 11 matches with two starts...Was credited with a pair of shots over 39 minutes during the 2-0 victory over Mississippi State (10/9)...Picked up her second assist of the year via Emily Dowd’s match-winning goal at 6:44 of the 4-0 romp over Arkansas (10/2)... Started her first match of the season and played all 107 minutes with three shots, including a header that just missed by landing on the top netting, during the 2-1 (2OT) loss to South Carolina (9/23)...Drew 119 total minutes of action as a sub during UT’s six matches vs. #8 UCLA (18 mins. - 8/26), #18 Texas A&M (11 mins - 8/28), Middle Tennessee (eight mins. - 9/2), UNC Greensboro (13 mins. - 9/4), Charlotte (31 mins. - 9/9) and Coastal Carolina (38 mins. - 9/16)...Picked up her first assist of the season via a feed from the left wing to freshman Lexi Krause at 78:02 during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 17 of Tennessee’s contests (with two starts: Arizona - 9/12 & Vanderbilt - 10/1) while firing 15 shots, 10 on frame...Tied Emily Shore for fifth on the Lady Vol squad in points with seven via two goals and three assists...Forced a 70th minute save on a 22-yard drive during UT’s eventual 1-0 (OT) SEC Quarterfinal loss to LSU (11/4)...Delivered the key helper (her third of 2010) from the left wing that resulted in Kylie Bono’s winning goal at 67:44 of the 2-1 victory over Georgia (10/29)...Drew 52 minutes of action as a sub in the midfield during UT’s 1-0 (2OT) win over Alabama (10/24), firing one shot...Received 30 total minutes of playing time during the trip through Mississippi (10/8-10)...Started and played 34 minutes at forward in the 1-0 win over Vanderbilt (10/1)...Played 43 minutes against Arkansas (9/24), in her first career SEC action, and 17 versus LSU (9/26), both as a sub in the midfield...Scored her first two career goals and dished an assist during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)... Saarinen equaled Kylie Bono with five points versus the Lady Mocs on the way to posting the first five-point matches for any Lady Vol since Emily Redberg performed the feat back on Oct. 21, 2007, versus Mississippi State...Was tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic AllTournament Team after registering her first career assist and point via Chelsea Hatcher’s goal at 87:56 of the 3-1 loss to Arizona...Was stopped on a sliding save in a one-vs.-one situation with the keeper late in the 2-1 win over Richmond (8/29)...Drew her first collegiate

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action as a sub during the season opening 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A native of Espoo, Saarinen became the first player from Finland to don the Orange & White uniform for the Lady Vol soccer program in its history…She received eight caps during 2009-2010 as a member of Finland’s Under-19 Women’s National Team against squads such as Italy, Australia, France, England and Denmark…A part of a 2009 women’s first division champion with PK-35 Vantaa, Saarinen tallied nine goals and nine assists over 18 total matches…She once scored a staggering five goals and dished a pair of helpers during a single 2008 contest for F.C. Espoo, still the all-time record for goals in a single junior championship match… Helped lead F.C. Espoo to a 2007 juniors’ first division crown…With both F.C. Honka and Espoo, she garnered several victories in major tournaments such as the Helsinki Cup and Orebro Cup…Played in a national tournament as part of the Uusimaa regional squad. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT with plans on majoring in psychology...Lists her first game with the Finland U-19 National Team as her greatest thrill to date in the sport of soccer…Decided to venture to Tennessee over schools such as Ole Miss, Campbell (where former teammate with PK-35 Pirjo Leppikangas is currently a sophomore on the soccer team) and Hofstra… Cites floorball, photography and reading as hobbies she undertakes off the pitch…Claims to have modeled her game after Finnish National Team player Essi Sainio, someone Saarinen has been watching since she was 10 years old…Has a brother, Olli, and a sister, Anne… Sanna Maria Saarinen was born Sept. 4, 1991, in Espoo, Finland….Her parents are Timo and Pirkko Saarinen...Recipient of the Carolyn C. & Larry G. Templeton Women’s Soccer Scholarship Endowment.

 SAARINEN’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 17/2 11/2 28/4

G 2 0 2

A 3 2 5

P 7 2 9

Sh. 15 10 25

GWG 0 0 0

SEC Year 2010 2011 Totals

GP/GS 9/1 5/2 14/3

G 0 0 0

A 1 1 2

P 1 1 2

Sh. 1 7 8

GWG 0 0 0

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KAELYN ANGELO 5-4 -- FRESHMAN -- F OAK RIDGE, TENN. -OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Played five minutes in relief in the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)... Garnered her first playing time at Rocky Top by drawing six minutes as a sub up top during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9).

Picked Tennessee from a list of schools including Belmont, Middle Tennessee, East Tennessee State and UNC Asheville…Has two sisters, Marigrace, 21, and Chelsea, 19, who both currently attend Tennessee…Kaelyn Elizabeth Angelo was born April 16, 1993, in Idaho Falls, Id….Her parents are Peter and Bonnie Angelo.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: An in-state product out of Oak Ridge High School in Oak Ridge, Tenn., Angelo scored 65 goals and dished 32 assists during her four-year varsity playing career…Helped guide the Lady Wildcats to three consecutive Tennessee Class 3A State Tournament berths, finishing as state semi-finalists in 2007 (16-6-3) & 2009 (19-5-1) and quarterfinalists in 2008 (21-4-1)…Also was a part of three straight Class 3A District 3 winners (2007, 2008, 2009) and two Region II titlists (2008, 2009)…Was chosen by the Knoxville News Sentinel to its 2009 “PrepXtra” Second Team, was named Tennessee Athletics Coaches Association (TACA) All-State and was the District 3 Forward of the Year after scoring 27 goals and dishing 12 assists as a junior… Picked up All-Region II and All-District 3 nods four straight seasons from 2007-2010…Played for the Soccer Club of Oak Ridge (2002-08) and FC Alliance ’92 (2009-10), helping the latter to the 2009 and 2010 Tennessee State Championships and the Region 3 Premier League crown…Also was a part of the Tennessee ’93 Olympic Development Program (ODP) from 2009-10. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Communication & Information at UT…Cites scoring a “golden goal” in double overtime to send her Oak Ridge H.S. squad on to the region championship game as her biggest thrill to date in soccer…Hopes to go into advertising following the completion of her collegiate playing career…

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OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 2/0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

A

P

Sh.

GWG

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ALISON CLARKE 5-10 -- FRESHMAN -- D WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA -KELVIN HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has seen action in the Tennessee backline in eight matches with four starts during her brief career at Rocky Top while totaling 317 total minutes of action...Played 10 minutes as a sub to wrap-up the 4-0 rout at Arkansas (10/2)...Contributed in UT’s defensive effort that posted a school record five straight shutouts (#18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina) and a program record opponent scoreless streak of 471:10...Started and played 34 minutes in the back during the 2-0 win over Middle Tennessee (9/2)...Helped UT shutout the high-powered offense of the defending Big 12 champions from #18 Texas A&M, 1-0 (8/28). HIGH SCHOOL/INTERNATIONAL/CLUB: Joined Tennessee soccer having earned 15 caps of international soccer experience in the starting 11 for the Canadian Under-17 Women’s National Team…Earned a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2010 CONCACAF Women’s U-17 Championship in Alajuela, Costa Rica (March 2010), also represented the Red & White at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Trinidad & Tobago (September 2010) and played in an international friendly at Chile…Clarke scored the first penalty in the U-17 CONCACAF Championship semifinal against the United States to top the Americans on kicks, 5-3, and qualify for the 2010 FIFA U-17 World Cup…Team Canada advanced on to down Mexico in the CONCACAF final, 1-0… Participated in four sports at Kelvin High School, including soccer, cross country, basketball and ultimate frisbee…Played as part of the Manitoba Provincial Team from 2005-2009 and was the team captain for the Canada Summer Games squad in 2009…Helped guide the 2008 Bonvital Flames U-18 squad, the 2009 South End United Women’s and the 2010 WSA Northstars to national club titles…Among her

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club accolades are selections as the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Player of the Year, the South End United Female Soccer Player of the Year and the Manitoba Soccer Association Youth Soccer Player of the Year… Clarke was also nominated for the 2011 Sport Manitoba Junior Female Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Her uncle is former National Hockey League (NHL) enforcer Stu Grimson (nicknamed “The Grim Reaper”), who played 729 total games for eight different teams over a career that spanned from 1989-2002…Lists playing for the Canadian Senior Women’s National Team as her highest ambition in the sport of soccer…Clarke has obtained her Canadian Senior Coaching License…Among former teammates playing collegiately are Sabrina D’Angelo, currently a freshman goalkeeper at South Carolina, and Kylie Davis, a rookie forward/midfielder at the University of Memphis…Chose Tennessee from a list of programs that included North Carolina and Vanderbilt…Has a sister, Emily, 21, and a brother, Hugh, 13…Alison Mary Clarke was born March 23, 1993, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada...Her parents are Brendan and Nancy Clarke.

 CLARKE’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 8/4

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS 1/0

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

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CARLEE DIMRY 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- D CARLSBAD, CALIF. -CLASSICAL ACADEMY AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has yet to play after suffering an injury during the preseason. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: After a freshman season as her squad’s soccer captain at La Costa Canyon High, Dimry moved to Classical Academy in Escondido, Calif., choosing to concentrate on club soccer full time for the San Diego Surf and the Slammers Football Club, Top Drawer Soccer’s #1 Top Youth Girls Club in the U.S in 2009…Dimry helped guide Slammers FC to consecutive CalSouth National Cup State Championships in 2008 and 2009, the 2008 Surf Cup Super Group and Surf College Classic crowns, the 2009 FWRL Spring title and to the 2009 Far West Region semifinals…She also proved her ability on the track as a 100-meter runner by being nationally ranked in her age group from ages 9-14 by USA Track & Field.

lings including Erin, 19, Christopher, 16, Sophie, 9, 9 Soleil, S l il 5 and d Gia, 1…Carlee Anne Dimry was born Aug. 5, 1992, in Littleton, Colo….Her parents are dad, Charles, and stepmom, Erin Dimry...Recipient of the Howard & Jeanette Hamilton Women’s Soccer Scholarship Endowment.

PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Her father Charles Dimry was a cornerback in the National Football League (NFL) from 1988-1999 during which he nabbed 21 career interceptions in stints with the Atlanta Falcons (1988-1990), Denver Broncos (1991-1993), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1994-1996), Philadelphia Eagles (1997) and the San Diego Chargers (1998-99)… Lists winning state with her club team Slammers FC as her greatest thrill to date in soccer…Chose Tennessee from a list of programs that included Missouri, Wake Forest and Washington…Has numerous sib-

 DIMRY’S CAREER STATS

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OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

A

P

Sh.

GWG

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

A

P

Sh.

GWG

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JULIE ECKEL 5-6 -- FRESHMAN -- GK CORDOVA, TENN. -ST. BENEDICT AT AUBURNDALE AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has played 1270 of 1284 possible minutes between the pipes for Tennessee as a rookie, posting an 11-3 overall record, a 0.92 GAA, 59 saves and a .819 save percentage...Equaled former Lady Vol goal keeper Ellen Dean’s (1998-2000, 2002) UT freshman victory record (11) by corralling five stops while picking up her fifth shutout of the year during a 2-0 win over Mississippi State (10/9)... Registered her fourth solo and first career SEC shutout by making a career-high nine saves during the 4-0 rout of Arkansas (10/2)...Stopped 23 consecutive shots on goal from Aug. 26-Sept. 23 in helping run the Big Orange’s shutout streak to a school record five consecutive matches and 471:10 of playing time...Made a pair of stops in UT’s 4-2 victory over #6 Florida (9/25)...Nabbed a trio of shots during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)... Made it three consecutive solo blankings with five saves during a 2-0 win at UNC Greensboro (9/4)...Made eight saves in blanking Middle Tennessee (9/2), 2-0...Was chosen to the First Tennessee Classic AllTournament Team...Made six stops in registering her first collegiate solo shutout during UT’s 1-0 upset of #18 Texas A&M (8/28)...Blanked #8 UCLA (8/26) for 80:27 before allowing a pair of late goals as the high-powered Bruins prevailed via comeback, 2-1...Was forced to make just two stops during the Lady Vols’ 3-1 road romp over Oklahoma (8/21), but one of those came on a breakaway by OU’s Zoe Dickson in the ninth minute...Versus the Jayhawks, the young netminder saved the day with 3:31 left in OT by racing off her line to thwart a breakaway by Ingrid Vidal...In her first collegiate action, Eckel earned her first win at Rocky Top by registering six saves and allowing just a single score on 15 shots as UT topped Kansas (8/19) in overtime, 2-1. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A goalkeeper out of St. Benedict at Auburndale, Eckel arrived at Tennessee with numerous accolades in tow as a three-sport scholastic athlete in soccer, basketball and track…Was a three-time Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association (THSSCA) All State selection (2009, 2010, 2011) and a four-time Division II-AA West All Region choice (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) on the pitch…Eckel wrapped up her senior campaign for the St. Benedict soccer squad as a Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” finalist and a state finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman award after posting 11 shutouts and 32 saves between the pipes and 14 goals and four assists up top as a forward…She was tabbed to the 2011 THSSCA/TACA Girls All-Star Team, was named as both a 2009 & 2011 Division II-AA All Region goalkeeper and as the 2010 All Region Most

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Valuable Player…Was also selected by the Commercial Appeal to its “Best of Preps” listing following her sophomore and junior soccer seasons (2009, 2010)…On the hardwood as a four-year point guard for the St. Benedict basketball squad, Eckel helped her program to back-to-back Tennessee state semifinal berths in 2009 and 2010, two district titles (2009, 2010) and a 2009 Division II-AA West Region crown…As a freshman in 2008, she tallied an assist-to-turnover ratio of 4-to-1 while helping her team qualify for the state tournament… Qualified for the Tennessee state track meet and picked up another Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” listing as a junior in both the 1600 (seventh place, 4:16.61) and 3200-meter (sixth place, 9:55.71) relays while finishing sixth in the Division II-AA West Region in the pentathlon with a new school record of 2,352 points…Was a member of the Tennessee Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region 3 Soccer Team in 2009 & 2010 and was the Tennessee ODP State Team Goalkeeper from 2006-2009…Has played club soccer with the Tennessee Rush/Memphis Kickers from 2005-present and the Memphis Futbol Club (2000-2005)…Eckel has helped guide her various teams to 2008 & 2010 John Talley Showcase Tournament crowns, back-toback semifinal berths in the Tennessee State Championships (2009, 2010) and the 2008 Memphis Invitational Tournament title…Was also a part of the championship team at the 2007 Turneo Internazionale “Citta di Agripoli,” as her squad won the title on a ninth penalty kick….In the classroom at St. Benedict, Eckel posted a 4.1 GPA while earning membership in the National Honor Society and picking up four consecutive Student Athlete Awards of Merit. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Business at UT… Won the USA Triathlon National Female Championship at age 10 on Sept. 8, 2002, in Sacramento, Calif., and also won the Iron Kids Triathlon as part of its National Championship Series at ages seven, eight and 10 (runner-up at age nine)…Intends to get back into triathlon training following the completion of her collegiate playing career… Eckel’s uncle Rick Ford was a collegiate wrestler at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa…Her brother Brad is currently enrolled at the University of Tennessee (Class of 2012) in the mechanical engineering program…Enjoys snowboarding, running, biking and going to the lake when not on the soccer pitch…Played previously alongside current Lady Vol senior Lara Langworthy and former UT forward Anna Fisher as part of the Tennessee ODP Alumni squad against the South Korean National U-17 squad…Julie Nicole Eckel was born Nov. 11, 1992, in Wichita, Kan….Her parents are Lance and Becky Eckel.

 ECKEL’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year GP/GS Min. GA 2011 14/14 1269:12 13

GAA 0.92

Saves 59

Save% .819

Record 11-3-0

ShO 5

SEC Year 2011

GAA 1.45

Saves 24

Save% .727

Record 4-2-0

ShO 2

GP/GS 6/6

Min. GA 557:07 9

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ASHLEY HARTERT 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- M MARVIN, N.C. -MARVIN RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has yet to draw playing time during her rookie campaign. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A three-year varsity member of the soccer squad at Marvin Ridge High School, Hartert helped her squad to three consecutive state tournament berths (2008 - quarterfinals, 2009 - semifinals, 2010 – champions) while posting a 65-2-2 overall record in the school’s brief, three-year existence…Her team’s efforts culminated in a 1-0 victory over Cardinal Gibbons in the 2010 North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) Class 3A State Championship Match as Marvin Ridge won its first state soccer crown with a perfect 24-0 record…Her 2010 scholastic team finished its title campaign rated sixth nationally by ESPN/RISE, 12th by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and first in the state of North Carolina…Hartert was her school’s point leader in both 2010 (18 goals and 10 assists) and 2008 (24 goals and eight assists) and was chosen to the 2010 all-region, all-conference and all-county squads as a senior…Played club soccer for the Charlotte Soccer Academy where she participated as a member of the ’92 CSC Blue (2005-2008) and the ’92 CSA Predator (2009-10)…With CSC Blue, Hartert was a part of the 2007 & 2008 United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) North Carolina State Champions…Her CSA Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) squad was USYSA North Carolina State Finalists in both 2009 & 2010…Played in the Region III Premier League from 2007-2011 and was the 2010 ECNL Game Most Valuable Player in Las Vegas, Nev…Was part of the North Carolina Olympic Development Program (ODP) state pool before joining the 2008 NC ’93 State Team and participating in 2008 Region III Camp.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in psychology at UT…Among former teammates playing soccer collegiately are Carson Trobich at Villanova and Liska Dobberstein at Clemson...Chose Tennessee from a list of soccer programs that included South Carolina, UNC Wilmington and Charlotte...Has two sisters, Marissa, 17, who will play soccer at Mercer beginning in 2012, and Alexis, 14, as well as a brother, Todd Jr., 11…Ashley Hartert was born May 29, 1993, in Laurel, Md….Her parents are Todd and Lisa Hartert.

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OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

A

P

Sh.

GWG

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

A

P

Sh.

GWG

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LEXI KRAUSE 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- M PLAINFIELD, ILL. -JOLIET CATHOLIC ACADEMY AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has now played in 11 of UT’s 14 matches in 2011 (296 total minutes)...Played 45 minutes at LSU (9/30), 51 minutes at Arkansas (10/2) and 36 minutes versus Mississippi State (10/9)...Saw her first SEC action by receiving four minutes off the bench during the 4-2 win over #6 Florida (9/25)... Registered the first goal of her collegiate career at 78:02 via a volley from 10 yards out to finish off the Big Orange’s 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...Was credited with a shot on goal in a career-high 34 minutes of action during Tennessee’s 2-0 win over Middle Tennessee (9/2)... Received playing time in the midfield during UT’s victories at Kansas (8/19) and Oklahoma (8/21) as well as during the 1-0 upset of #18 Texas A&M (8/28)...Played 29 minutes versus the Aggies while registering a shot on goal. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Krause ventured to Tennessee having played club soccer year-round for the Eclipse Select 92/93 soccer program… She helped guide her ES 92/93 squads to a 2011 ECNL National Club Championship, a 2009 Disney Select Showcase Championship, five consecutive Illinois Youth Soccer Association (IYSA) State Cup crowns (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011), three straight Region II Semifinal berths (2007, 2008, 2009), back-to-back United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) Midwest Regional League titles (2006, 2007) and the 2006 Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS) Tournament Championship…Was also a member of the Illinois Olympic Development Program (ODP) State Team in 2007 & 2008…Despite not playing soccer for Joliet Catholic Academy because of her club obligations, Krause did star for her high school in track, becoming the first athlete in school history to qualify for the 400-meter dash

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at the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Girls State Track & Field Championships…She qualified for the 400 meters at the state championships over three consecutive years in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and was both all-conference and the Joliet Catholic Academy track MVP in the 400 in ’08. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Hopes to attend medical school and become a physical therapist following her playing career…Krause’s father was a punter on the football team at Western Illinois from 1985-1989, and as of 2011, owned the Missouri Valley Conference career records for total punts (277) and punting yardage (11,313)…Among a staggering 16 of her former teammates who have gone on to play collegiate soccer are Sammy Scofield of Notre Dame and Oklahoma’s Kelly Price…Has one brother Adam, 11…Alexia E. Krause was born January 19, 1993, in Winfield, Ill….Her parents are Michael and Martha Krause.

 KRAUSE’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 11/0

G 1

A 0

P 2

Sh. 3

GWG 0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS 4/0

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

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TYLER LAW 5-10 -- FRESHMAN -- M JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -ST. JOHNS COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Played a career-high 18 minutes and was credited with her first shot in a Lady Vol uniform during the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)... Picked up the first playing time of her collegiate career at Tennessee by earning six minutes in the midfield to wrap up the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Owning staggering career scoring numbers of 67 goals (sixth all-time in her school’s history) and 52 assists during her scholastic career, Law helped guide her St. Johns Country Day School to both the 2007 and 2009 Florida Class AA State Championships as well as five consecutive region and district titles from 2007-2011…The midfielder joined the high school varsity during the state playoff round as a seventh grader…Picked up Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) First Team All-State Class 2A accolades as a senior (2010), second team All-State in 2009 and garnered an honorable mention choice in 2008…Also lettered six times in high school in track and field, with career bests of 17.20 in the 100-meter hurdles, 5-0 in the high jump and a 2:40 split as part of the 4x800meter relay…Played her club soccer for the Ponte Vedra Storm, helping her side to 2009 Florida State Cup, Southern Regional and Disney Soccer Showcase Copa Blue National Tournament victories as well as 2010 Florida State Cup and Region III Premier League crowns…Also helped the Storm to 2008 CASL Elite Copa, Score at the Shore and the WAGS Showcase Division titles…Was part of the Florida Olym-

pic Development Program (ODP) State Team from 2007-2009 and on the region roster in 2009…Demonstrated her classroom prowess by graduating Cum Laude from St. Johns Country Day School. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Chose to come to Tennessee from among a group of programs including Georgia, South Carolina and Central Florida…Her former teammate Theresa Diederich is a member of the soccer squad at Alabama, while Annie Bobbitt is on the roster at Florida…Enjoys drawing, fishing, kayaking and surfing during her time away from the pitch…Has one brother Will, 21, who currently plays football as a defensive lineman at Sewanee: The University of the South…Tyler Slater Law was born April 2, 1993, in Jacksonville, Fla….Her parents are Whatley and Polly Law.

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OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 2/0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 1

GWG 0

A

P

Sh.

GWG

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IYANA MOORE 5-6 -- FRESHMAN -- F MARIETTA, GA. -WHEELER HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has drawn playing time in 10 Lady Vol matches as a substitute at forward (187 total minutes)...Saw her first SEC action by drawing seven minutes off the bench in the 4-2 win over #6 Florida (9/25)...Was credited with a shot on goal in 25 minutes of action during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)...Fired a drive in the 44th minute that was initially saved by UNC Greensboro keeper Kelsey Kearney, but the rebound was blasted home by Kylie Bono, granting Moore her second helper of the season during UT’s 2-0 win (9/4)...Picked up her first collegiate assist and point on Caroline Brown’s goal at 65:38 of the win at Oklahoma (8/21) as her shot on goal was tipped by the Sooner keeper right to Brown’s feet for an easy tip-in. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Joined Tennessee rated both #9 overall in the South Atlantic Region and as a four-star athlete by Top Drawer Soccer in its 2011 scholastic listing...Also chosen as a 2011 Scout.com and Top Drawer Soccer “Player to Watch”...As a seventh and eighth-grade starter, helped the Ridgeland High School (Miss.) varsity soccer team to Mississippi State titles in 2005 & 2006, respectively...Also starred in track at Ridgeland in 2006 by winning the 100-, 200-, 400- meter and high jump MS State Games titles as well as the 4x400 Ridgeland High School varsity track team state crown as a seventh grader...Played club soccer for the United Futbol Academy (UFA), the North Atlanta Soccer Association (NASA) G12 Elite II and the MS Fire Juniors…Assisted the UFA to the 2011 Georgia U-17 State Championship and also helped the squad advance to the 2011 Region III Regional Semifinals…Also played in the 2010-11 United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) U-17 National League Tournament…Helped guide the NASA G12 Elite II to the 2010 USYSA U-16 National Champion-

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ships, to both a 2009-10 USYSA U-16 National League ague crown crow and Georgia State title, to a 2009 USYSA Region III Regional finalist berth, to the 2008 CASL Showcase, Region III Premier League and Georgia State Championships, the 2007 WAGS title and both the 2006 CASL Showcase and Atlanta Cup titles...Her MS Fire Juniors won the 2005 Mississippi State Championship...Was part of the Georgia Olympic Development Program (ODP) 2010 Region III Team and the Region III pool in 2009 & 2010 and was on the ODP squad from 2005-2010...Was part of Georgia’s 93G ODP Region III titlists and played in the 2010 ODP National Championships in Phoenix, Ariz., and the Algarve Cup in Algarve, Portugal...Participated in the 2008 National Team Camp in Pomona, Calif....Was a member of the Magnet Program, an Honor Student, was part of the 2009 National Scholars Leadership Committee and a 2010 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) winner while at Wheeler H.S. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Chose to come to Tennessee out of a group of schools that included Miami (Fla.), Vanderbilt and Rutgers…Cites her first successful bicycle kick as her greatest thrill to date in the sport…Hopes to become an oncologist or an engineer following her playing career… Lists making the U.S. Senior Women’s National Team as her greatest ambition in soccer…Has one sister Lanesha, 19…Iyana Mykel Moore was born Aug. 1, 1993, in New York, N.Y….Her mother is Shannon Moore...Recipient of the Joan W. & Neal M. Allen Women’s Athletics Scholarship Endowment.

 MOORE’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 10/0

G 0

A 2

P 2

Sh. 4

GWG 0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS 2/0

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

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ALLIE SIRNA 5-3 -- FRESHMAN -- D SOLON, OHIO -SOLON HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has started all 14 games for the Big Orange in 2011 and has drawn the most playing time of any Lady Vol at 1271 of 1284 possible minutes... Was a key cog in the defensive backline as the Lady Vols posted a school record five consecutive blankings (#18 Texas A&M, Middle Tennessee, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina), and the longest shutout skein in school annals (471:10) from Aug. 26-Sept. 23...Helped Tennessee blank the high-powered offense of the defending Big 12 champions, #18 Texas A&M, 1-0 (8/28)...For her efforts, Sirna was chosen to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Rated by Top Drawer Soccer as #90 on its 2011 listing of the top players in the nation as well as one of the organization’s top nine players in the Great Lakes Region, Sirna entered Tennessee after serving as a four-year starter and defensive stalwart for Solon High School…Was also chosen by College Soccer Recruiting News as one of its 2011 Top 100 Club Soccer Players to Watch listing…Her high school’s winner of the Wendy’s Heisman Award as a senior and one of ESPN RISE’s 2010 Fall State All-Stars for Ohio, Sirna served two years as a captain (2009, 2010) while helping guide Solon H.S. to three consecutive sectional soccer crowns in 2008, 2009 & 2010…Was tabbed to the 2010 Cleveland Plain Dealer High School All-Star Girls Soccer Team as well as second team All-Ohio, and first team all-conference, All-Greater Cleveland and All-Sun East as a senior after scoring five goals and two assists while helping her defense allow just 12 goals in setting a school record for shutouts… Also picked up second team All-Ohio, All-Greater Cleveland and all-

conference soccer accolades as a junior (2009) while tabulating three goals and a pair of helpers…Was All-Greater Cleveland, all-conference and Solon’s Most Valuable Player as a sophomore (2008)…Has played club soccer for the Cleveland Football Club since beginning in the organization’s U-9 program…Helped guide Cleveland FC to U-15, U-16 and U-17 State Cup Championships and Midwest League Spring titles from 2008-2010 and six consecutive state crowns in a seven-year span over 2004-2010…A member of the Ohio Olympic Development Program (ODP) from 2006-2009, Sirna was a participant on the 2008 Region II International Tour through Germany, the 2007 U-14 and 2008 U-15 National Team Training Camps in Pomona, Ca., and the 2007 Region II squad that played in the Thanksgiving Interregional Tournament. Sirna is equally adept in the classroom as witnessed by her membership in the National Honor Society as well as being chosen from 2007-2010 as a Solon H.S. Scholar-Athlete and Northeast Ohio Conference Scholar Athlete. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Business at UT… Chose to come to Tennessee from a list of soccer programs that included Ohio State, Wisconsin and Miami of Ohio…Among her former teammates playing collegiate soccer are Florida’s Jillian Graff and Taylor Burke…Cites Lady Antebellum as her favorite musical group and Ashton Kutcher as her favorite movie star…Has two sisters: Natalie, 32, and Andrea, 29, and a brother, Anthony, 21…Alexandra Lauren Sirna was born April 8, 1993, in Mayfield Heights, Ohio...Her parents are Tom and Patty Sirna.

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OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 14/14

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS 6/6

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

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HANNAH STEADMAN 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- GK KINNELON, N.J. -KINNELON HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Has not seen action because of an injury sustained during the preseason. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A goalkeeper out of Kinnelon High School in Kinnelon, N.J., Steadman helped her scholastic soccer team to consecutive Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference titles in 2009 and 2010 with records of 19-2-1 and 18-3-1, respectively…Was chosen to ESPN/RISE’s 2010 New Jersey High School Starting 11 as well as to the The Star-Ledger All-State Team…Selected as a 2011 ESPN/RISE Third Team Fall All-American and an ESPN/RISE New Jersey State Winter All-Star…As a keeper Steadman posted a career winning percentage in goal of 84 % with a 35-5-4 overall record…As a senior in 2010, she received New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association (NJGSCA) Sectional recognition on the way to tallying the best goals-against-average (0.45) and most shutouts (13) in a single season in Kinnelon H.S. history while also stopping five penalty kicks…As a junior Steadman was named The Star-Ledger All-State, all-conference and all-county while being chosen as the North Jersey Athlete of the Week, tying the single season record for most shutouts with 12 and being named the Morris County Tournament Most Valuable Player…She reaped Trinity League First Team honors in 2008…Steadman played club soccer for the Laguna Hills Eclipse, the West Coast F.C. and the Montclair Thunderbolts, helping the latter to the 2009 State Cup title…Traveled with the Montclair Thunderbolts to Florida, Texas and Las Vegas, Nev., for

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national tournaments…Was a member of the Spanish Honors Society and picked up a scholar-athlete award at Kinnelon H.S. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Lists becoming a member of the U.S. Women’s Senior National Team and a professional soccer player as her greatest ambitions in soccer…Hopes for a career in sports medicine following her collegiate career…Lists Brad Paisley and Kings of Leon as her favorite musical acts…Cites U.S. Senior Men’s National Team goalkeepers Tim Howard and Brad Friedel as athletes after whom she has modeled herself…Chose Tennessee from a group of programs that included Virginia Tech, Santa Clara and Wake Forest…Has one brother Harrison, 15…Hannah D. Steadman was born October 14, 1992, in Chicago, Ill….Her parents are Tom and Carol Steadman.

 STEADMAN’S CAREER STATS OVERALL Year GP/GS Min. GA 2011 Has Not Played

GAA

Saves

Save%

Record

ShO

SEC Year 2011

GAA

Saves

Save%

Record

ShO

GP/GS Min. GA Has Not Played

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BRITTNEY WADE 5-5 -- FRESHMAN -- M HOUSTON, TEXAS -CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2011): 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). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played soccer and ran cross country during all four years of her scholastic career at Clear Lake High School…On the pitch as a forward, Wade totaled a staggering 72 career goals and dished 38 assists while helping lead the Falcons to the Texas State Class 5A Tournament three consecutive years from 2009-2011 and to back-to-back regional titles in 2008 (17-3-4 record) and 2009 (22-14)…ESPN/RISE selected her to its 2011 Winter All-American Second Team as well as to its Winter All-Star list for the state of Texas…Was an honorable mention choice as an ESPN/RISE Girls’ Soccer National Player of the Week on Feb. 23, 2011…During her senior season at Clear Lake, Wade totaled 36 goals and 12 helpers on her way to being chosen as the All-Greater Houston Soccer Player of the Year…Tabbed as the District 24-5A Most Valuable Player and first team all-region and all-district by the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches (TASCO) after totaling 19 goals and six helpers as a junior in 2010…Was named second team All-District 24-5A as a sophomore in 2009 after registering 11 scores and nine assists…Was a part of the Texas State Team and the Region III camp with the South Texas Olympic Development Program (ODP) from 2006-2009…Played club soccer for the Albion

Hurricanes Football Club (92 & 93 Blue)…Wade was selected as first team all-state in cross country in 2008 & 2010 while helping Clear Lake to regional runner-up finishes…She was also a four-time finalist in the Texas District 24 and Class 5A State Cross Country meets… Wade’s career best in the two-mile was 11:08. PERSONAL: Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT…Hopes to potentially go into sports medicine or psychology following her playing career…Among former teammates playing collegiate soccer are Annalisa Hall of Oklahoma and both Alex Arlitt and Victoria Sample of LSU…Picked Tennessee from a group of schools that included Oklahoma, Pepperdine and San Diego…Has two siblings, Brandon, 23, and Jackie, 22…Brittney Lee Wade was born Nov. 12, 1992, in Melbourne, Australia….Her parents are Rick and Maria Faria-Wade.

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OVERALL Year 2011

GP/GS 2/0

SEC Year 2011

GP/GS G Has Not Played

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

A

P

Sh.

GWG

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The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2011) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

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Aug 19 Aug 21 Aug 26 Aug 28 Sep 02 Sep 04 Sep 09 Sep 16 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 02 Oct 07 Oct 09

Opponent at Kansas at Oklahoma #15 UCLA #18 TEXAS A&M MIDDLE TENNESSEE at UNCG CHARLOTTE COASTAL CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA #6 FLORIDA at LSU at ARKANSAS OLE MISS MISSISSIPPI STATE

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 11-3 4-2 7-1 Score 2-1 3-1 1-2 1-0 2-0 2-0 5-0 4-0 1-2 4-2 0-2 4-0 4-3 2-0

Wot W L W W W W W Lo2 W L W Wot W

HOME 7-2 3-1 4-1

Att. 430 399 2046 747 1150 196 1445 1017 2846 1480 1284 743 1215 1378

TN

OPP

35-235 2.50 .149 102-235 .434 16.8 103 2 3-5

13-179 0.93 .073 74-179 .413 12.8 57 0 1-1

7 0

9 0

13324 9/1480 0/0

3052 5/610

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Player

25 20 8 6 23 22 19 17 5 10 9 3 18 4 15 7 31 28 26 16 11 2 1 00

Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Chelsea Hatcher Alexis Owens Amy Harrison Lexi Krause Sanna Saarinen Iyana Moore Emily Shore Ali Hall Tori Bailey Lara Langworthy Chelsea Kephart Hannah Hut Tyler Law RB Wyatt Brittney Wade Kaelyn Angelo Allie Sirna Alison Clarke Caroline Capocaccia Jessica Rolfs Julie Eckel Total Opponents

Goalie 31 RB Wyatt 1 Jessica Rolfs 00 Julie Eckel ##

Total Opponents Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents

AWAY 4-1 1-1 3-0 gp 14 14 14 14 14 14 11 11 10 10 10 14 9 10 4 2 1 2 2 14 8 11 1 14 14 14 GP 1 1 14 14 14

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

g

a

10 7 10 6 3 5 3 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 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 35 29 13 12 Min. 8:56 6:15 1269:12 1284:23 1284:23

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

27 40 .250 23 .575 5 26 37 .270 22 .595 3 11 36 .083 11 .306 1 10 52 .058 18 .346 1 9 11 .364 7 .636 1 5 19 .105 6 .316 0 2 3 .333 3 1.000 0 2 10 .000 4 .400 0 2 4 .000 1 .250 0 1 4 .000 0 .000 0 0 8 .000 1 .125 0 0 4 .000 1 .250 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 99 235 .149 102 .434 11 38 179 .073 74 .413 3 GA

0 0 13 13 35

GAAvg Saves

0.00 0.00 0.92 0.91 2.45

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

16 7

17 5

2 0

0 1

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

112 119 84 92

4 0

0 3

Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

29 33

31 34

0 0

1 0

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

42 24

58 33

3 0

0 0

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

58 62

65 66

1 1

1 0

0 0 59 61 67

Total 35 13 Total 235 179 Total 61 67 Total 103 57 Total 125 129

Pct

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

W-L-T

Sho

.000 0-0-0 .000 0-0-0 .819 11-3-0 .824 11-3-0 .657 3-11-0

0.0 0.0 5.0 7 1


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2011) Conference games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date * * * * * *

Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 02 Oct 07 Oct 09

Opponent SOUTH CAROLINA #6 FLORIDA at LSU at ARKANSAS OLE MISS MISSISSIPPI STATE

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 4-2 4-2 0-0 Score 1-2 4-2 0-2 4-0 4-3 2-0

Lo2 W L W Wot W

HOME 3-1 3-1 0-0

Att. 2846 1480 1284 743 1215 1378

TN

OPP

15-103 2.50 .146 49-103 .476 17.2 46 1 0-0

9-82 1.50 .110 33-82 .402 13.7 27 0 1-1

1 0

4 0

6919 4/1730 0/0

2027 2/1014

##

Player

20 25 23 6 22 8 17 10 9 3 19 18 16 11 5 4 2

Emily Dowd Caroline Brown Alexis Owens Chelsea Hatcher Amy Harrison Kylie Bono Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Ali Hall Tori Bailey Lexi Krause Lara Langworthy Allie Sirna Alison Clarke Iyana Moore Chelsea Kephart Caroline Capocaccia Total Opponents

Goalie 00 Julie Eckel

##

Total Opponents

AWAY 1-1 1-1 0-0

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 6 5 3 6 3 4 6 3 0 6 2 1 6 1 0 6 0 2 5 0 1 2 0 1 6 0 0 6 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 6 15 12 6 9 8 GP 6 6 6

Min. 557:07 557:07 557:07

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

13 16 .312 10 15 .200 6 7 .429 5 30 .067 2 7 .143 2 16 .000 1 7 .000 1 1 .000 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 42 103 .146 26 82 .110 GA

9 9 15

10 8 4 15 3 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 33

GAAvg Saves

1.45 1.45 2.42

Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

6 5

8 3

1 0

0 1

Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

44 36

56 43

3 0

0 3

Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

10 16

13 18

0 0

1 0

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

17 10

26 17

3 0

0 0

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

27 24

29 32

1 0

1 0

.625 .533 .571 .500 .429 .312 .429 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .476 .402

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

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 1-1

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

24 .727 24 .727 34 .694

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

2.0 2 1

Total 15 9 Total 103 82 Total 24 34 Total 46 27 Total 58 56


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Category Leaders (as of Oct 13, 2011) All games

##

Points

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots

GP

G

A

Shots

Shot%

25 20 8 6 23 22 19 17 5 10

Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Chelsea Hatcher Alexis Owens Amy Harrison Lexi Krause Sanna Saarinen Iyana Moore Emily Shore

14 14 14 14 14 14 11 11 10 10

10 10 3 3 4 2 1 0 0 0

7 6 5 4 1 1 0 2 2 1

27 26 11 10 9 5 2 2 2 1

40 37 36 52 11 19 3 10 4 4

6 25 20 8 22 23 17 9 5 3

Chelsea Hatcher Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Amy Harrison Alexis Owens Sanna Saarinen Ali Hall Iyana Moore Tori Bailey

14 14 14 14 14 14 11 10 10 14

3 10 10 3 2 4 0 0 0 0

4 7 6 5 1 1 2 0 2 0

52 40 37 36 19 11 10 8 4 4

. 058 . 250 . 270 . 083 . 105 . 364 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000

##

Goals

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots on Goal

GP

G

A

Shots

SOG

SOG%

20 25 23 8 6 22 19 TM

Emily Dowd Caroline Brown Alexis Owens Kylie Bono Chelsea Hatcher Amy Harrison Lexi Krause TEAM

14 14 14 14 14 14 11 14

10 10 4 3 3 2 1 2

6 7 1 5 4 1 0 0

26 27 9 11 10 5 2 4

37 40 11 36 52 19 3 0

##

Assists

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

25 20 6 8 23 22 17 19 18 9

Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Alexis Owens Amy Harrison Sanna Saarinen Lexi Krause Lara Langworthy Ali Hall

14 14 14 14 14 14 11 11 9 10

10 10 3 3 4 2 0 1 0 0

7 6 4 5 1 1 2 0 0 0

40 37 52 36 11 19 10 3 3 8

23 22 18 11 7 6 4 3 2 1

. 575 . 595 . 346 . 306 . 636 . 316 . 400 1.000 . 667 . 125

25 20 8 6 5 17 22 23 10

Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Chelsea Hatcher Iyana Moore Sanna Saarinen Amy Harrison Alexis Owens Emily Shore

14 14 14 14 10 11 14 14 10

10 10 3 3 0 0 2 4 0

7 6 5 4 2 2 1 1 1

27 26 11 10 2 2 5 9 1

40 37 36 52 4 10 19 11 4

##

Game-winning Goals

GP

No.

25 20 8 23 6

Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Alexis Owens Chelsea Hatcher

14 14 14 14 14

5 3 1 1 1


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Oct 13, 2011) All games Tennessee - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS

FOULS

16 12 5 4 4 4 4 6 4 30 27 14 12 9 8 13 12 12 16 15

vs Charlotte (Sep 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Charlotte (Sep 09) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Florida (Sep 25) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Charlotte (Sep 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) vs Florida (Sep 25) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES

CORNER KICKS

FOULS

9 7 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 21 20 9 8 8 10 8 8 10 7 7 7 15 14

vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) at LSU (Sep 30) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) at LSU (Sep 30) vs Florida (Sep 25) vs South Carolina (Sep 23) vs UCLA (Aug 26) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) at LSU (Sep 30) vs UCLA (Aug 26) vs South Carolina (Sep 23) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs South Carolina (Sep 23) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) vs Mississippi State (Oct 09) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Florida (Sep 25) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) vs UCLA (Aug 26) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) vs Mississippi State (Oct 09)


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Oct 13, 2011) All games

Tennessee - GAME LOWS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS

FOULS

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

at LSU (Sep 30) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) at LSU (Sep 30) vs UCLA (Aug 26) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) vs South Carolina (Sep 23) at Kansas (Aug 19) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) at LSU (Sep 30) vs Florida (Sep 25) at LSU (Sep 30) at LSU (Sep 30) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) vs Florida (Sep 25) at Oklahoma (Aug 21) vs UCLA (Aug 26) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) at Oklahoma (Aug 21) vs UCLA (Aug 26) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs South Carolina (Sep 23)


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Oct 13, 2011) 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 4 5 0 3 3 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 6 7 7

vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) at UNCG (Sep 04) vs Charlotte (Sep 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Mississippi State (Oct 09) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) at UNCG (Sep 04) vs Charlotte (Sep 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Mississippi State (Oct 09) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) at UNCG (Sep 04) vs Charlotte (Sep 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) vs Florida (Sep 25) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) vs Mississippi State (Oct 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) at UNCG (Sep 04) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) at Oklahoma (Aug 21) vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) vs Florida (Sep 25) at Oklahoma (Aug 21) vs Texas A&M (Aug 28) at LSU (Sep 30) vs Mississippi State (Oct 09) vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) at LSU (Sep 30) vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) vs Charlotte (Sep 09) at ARKANSAS (Oct 02)


The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Oct 13, 2011) All games Tennessee - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

6 5 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 14 7 8 4 9 8

Alexis Owens vs Florida (Sep 25) Emily Dowd at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) Emily Dowd vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) Alexis Owens vs Florida (Sep 25) Emily Dowd at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) Emily Dowd vs Coastal Carolina (Sep 16) Caroline Brown vs Charlotte (Sep 09) Emily Dowd vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) Caroline Brown at Oklahoma (Aug 21) Caroline Brown vs Florida (Sep 25) Emily Dowd vs Charlotte (Sep 09) Caroline Brown vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02) Chelsea Hatcher vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) Kylie Bono vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) Chelsea Hatcher vs Ole Miss (Oct 07) Chelsea Hatcher vs Mississippi State (Oct 09) Julie Eckel at ARKANSAS (Oct 02) Julie Eckel vs Middle Tennessee (Sep 02)


Tennessee Soccer Notes vs. KY-Vandy